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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: September 20, 2008
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Gas station cleared of price gouging claims


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way Washington County
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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
ORANGE HILL
Gas was in the news during Hurricane Ike,
and it wasn't usually good news. Numerous sta-
tions throughout the area completely ran out of
gasoline or were forced to pay higher prices due
to the shortage caused by Ike. All production in
the Gulf of Mexico was effectively halted as the
hurricane arrived, and only late this week are


supplies back to normal.
Higher prices for fuel when it was available
sometimes led to charges of price gouging.
Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum set
up a hotline for complaints, and as of Thurs-
day morning had received more than 7,000 in-
coming calls and emails and had referred 2,511
complaints about gasoline price gouging to the
Economic Crimes Division for review.
One local station that was subject of com-
plaints was the Orange Hill Express on Orange
Hill Highway. Owner Larry Hill discussed the


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CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com


CHIPLEY
Chipley High School and the
Washington/Holmes County Tech-
nical Center (WHCT) held an
introductory meeting at the tech
center Thursday morning to go
over a joint "Growing Green Fuel"
Biodiesel project made possible by
a grant received from the State
Farm Youth Advisory Board.
The grant is awarded to "ad-
dress global environmental di-
sasters," which is classified as di-


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Left: Greg Garrison, SSI Energy owner and consultant
student biodiesel project, going over the machine's fun
and purposes.


sasters caused globally by climate
change or the possibility of an en-
ergy crisis.
Stephanie Halley, marketing
and grants coordinator for WHCT,
welcomed all the visitors to the
meeting.
"I believe this is going to be one
of the biggest projects to impact
our schools and our community,"
said Halley. "Who knows what
may come of these students' hard
work and talents."
Nathan Toro, of Poplar Springs
is at WHCT studying horticulture
and gave a presentation on the ba-
sics of the project.


"The purpose of this pr
to provide interdisciplinary
tion on the production ai
efits of biodiesel fuel on th
ronment, energy security,
economy," said Toro. "We v
be able to provide student
hands-on learning activil
cluding the propagation of
plants, extracting and pro
seed oils using pressers, ex
reactors, centrifuges and
and mixing the fuel for use
school vehicles."
Visiting the school wa
See BIODIESEL, Page 2


issue Thursday. Once the word got out that
gasoline production would be affected by the
storm, pumps throughout the area were crowd-
ed as early as Wednesday. Hill's store was no
exception.
"On Friday, Sept. 12, as'vehicles lined up at
the gas pumps, I realized we would not have
enough fuel to meet demands," Hill said in a
letter to the Washington County News. "I also
received calls from other stations in the area

See GAS PRICES, Page 2

Life sentence
overturned for
probation violation

DAVID ANGLER
News Herald Writer
dangier@pcnh.com
CHIPLEY
The First District Court of Appeal
has overturned a circuit judge's sen-
tence of a man who violated proba-
tion in a rape case because he didn't
have $10.
Judge James R. Wolf wrote in the
three-judge decision released this
week that two of Johnny Easterling's
probation violations that resulted in
a life sentence were not willful and
substantial violations. They sent East-
erling's case back to Circuit Judge
Allen Register's court in Washington
County for "reconsideration of the
(probation) revocation and sentenc-
ing decisions."
In 2005, Easterling entered into a
plea agreement on three charges of
sexual battery on children younger
than 12, felony charges punishable by
life in prison. He was put on two years
community control followed by 13
years probation. He was designated a
-. sexual offender, meaning there were
restrictions on where he could live
and work.
He also had to register as a sexual
offender and get an identification card
with that label. The card costs $10,
but Easterling didn't have the money
when he applied for the card. He left
the office and went to Bonifay to bor-
row the money from a friend. That
trip, however, was not approved by
his probation officer and consti-tuted
a violation of his community control.
Because Easterling did not im-
mediately get the card, he also was
charged with failing to register.
Register sentenced Easterling, 23,
to three concurrent life sentences in
July 2007, based on the probation
violations.
of Public Defender Herman Lara-
ctions more said at the time that Register
was required by law to give Easterling
the life sentences.
project is But Wolf wrote that Register erred
Seduca- by finding Easterling "willfully and
nd ben- substantially" violated the terms of his
he envi- probation.
and our "The uncontradicted evidence
will also demonstrates (Easterling) made a
its with good faith effort to register and obtain
ties in- a license," Wolf wrote. "The only rea-
Svarious son he did not complete the registra-
various tion was because he lacked $10 to ob-
)cessing tain a new license. In fact, (Easterling)
truders, obtained the license after attempting
filters to comply with the require-ment three
e in two days later, as soon as he obtained the
necessary funds. Merely because he
is Greg did not take the wisest course of ac-
tion, we cannot say the failure to reg-
ister was willful and substantial."


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2 Saturday, September 20, 2008 Washington County News


Mature driving


course starting


CHIPLEY
WashingtonCountyCoun-
cil on Aging and AARP are
co-sponsoring a mature driv-
ing class on Tuesday, Sept.
23 and Wednesday, Sept. 23
from 8:00 a.m. 12 p.m. each
day.
The course will be held at
the Shriner's Club on Brick-
yard Road in Chipley.
This course was devel-
oped especially for the se-
nior driver with years of driv-
ing experience. It is geared
to senior safety needs and


helping to compensate for
age related changes. The
National Safety Council
course reviews basic driving
knowledge, new traffic laws
and introduces techniques
to help offset the effects of
the aging process on driver
performance.
This course is approved
by the DHSMV for a three-
year insurance premium re-
duction. Course fee is $10.
To register, call Washington
County Council on Aging at
638-6217.


GAS PRICES
Continued from page 1


that were experiencing simi-
lar demands for fuel. At that
time, our fuel was priced at
$3.65 per gallon.
"As expected, we ran out
of gas by 3:30 p.m. At 4 p.m.
I requested a fuel delivery.
Our supplier delivered 7,500
gallons of unleaded gas a
5:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13."
Hill's invoice was for $4.596
per gallon, and he offers any-
one the opportunity to see
it.
"After applying the usual
markup and after consider-
ing the affect on our custom-
ers, I chose to price the fuel
at $4.65 a gallon to make it
somewhat more affordable,"
Hill said.
Hill soon found out on
Tuesday, Sept. 16, that his
station was turned in for al-
leged' price gouging, and
officials from the Attorney
General's office confirmed
that earlier this week. Un-
der Florida Statute 501.160,
price gouging exists if:
*The amount charged
represents a gross dispar-
ity between the price of the
commodity or rental or lease
of any dwelling unit or self-
storage facility that is the
subject of the offer or trans-
action and the average price
at which that commodity or'
dwelling unit or self-storage
facility was rented, leased,
sold, or offered for rent or
sale in the usual course of
business during the 30 days
immediately prior to a dec-
laration of a state of emer-
gency, and the increase in
the amount charged is not
attributable to additional
costs incurred in connection
with the rental or sale of the
commodity or rental or lease
of any dwelling unit or self-
storage facility, or national
or international market
trends; or


The amount charged
grossly exceeds the average
price at which the same or
similar commodity was read-
ily obtainable in the trade
area during the 30 days im-
mediately prior to a declara-
tion of a state of emergency,
and the increase in the
amount charged is not at-
tributable to additional costs
incurred in connection with
the rental or sale of the com-
modity or rental or lease of
any dwelling unit or self-stor-
age facility, or national or in-
ternational market trends.
'"A state inspector from
Florida Department of Ag-
riculture and Consumer
Services investigated the
charges," Hill said. We pro-
vided him with the appro-
priate documents, including
the fuel invoice and timeline
of our pricing. He found no
wrong doing on our part.
"State law requires that
we cannot sell fuel below
cost. Our current price of
$4.65 has to remain until we
receive a new shipment. This
is often why there are some-
times wide discrepancies
among stations in the same
area."
Hill said he was never
trying to take advantage of
customers.
"We at Orange Hill Ex-
press appreciate our cus-
tomers, you have become
like family to us," Hill said.
We founded our business on
Christian principles of hard
work and honesty.
"We have always tried to
operate at the highest plane
as we serve the public and
support our families.
"We will also continue to
abide by the strictest letter
of the law. These are hard
economic times, but we will
never stoop to unfair or ille-
gal business practices."


BIODIESEL


Continued from page 1

Garrison, owner of Self-Suf-
ficient Sustainable Indepen-
dent Energy (SSI) and con-
sultant for the project.
"Fuel is something we
all need and if we teach the
youth how to utilize these
natural resources to where it
becomes something as natu-
ral as owning a microwave,"
said Garrison. "We have to
be careful though and stick
with the idea of recycling old
organic oils or a variation of
plant stalks to oil."
Garrison explained that if
the biodiesel were to become
industrial and relied on only
one source, such as soybeans,
it would cause for trouble in
the future.
"If something should
happen to that crop and it
was the only crop we would
find ourselves in the exact
same situation as we are in
now," he said. "Besides, I'm
a heavy believer in recycling
what we already have be-
cause it not only helps the
environment, it helps the en-
tire community."
He explained that if used
organic oil could be har-
nessed is a fuel source then


the massive amount of fuel
could be obtained through
large fast food chains and
community members who
have used oil and donated.
"Even if a single family
could only bring in a gallon
of used oil a week, it would
only take 60 families to have
almost 60 gallons of useable
fuel a week and I'm sure
there are more than that in
the City of Chipley who are
willing to donate their used
oil," said Garrison.
With this in mind, the
grantwould allow high school
and tech -center students
to conduct experiments on
school vehicles to see if this
method of alternative fuel
will be help or a hindrance,
Toro said.
Those also participating
were Tommy Smith, Direc-
tor of WHTC; Thomas Lee,
Ag teacher at CHS; Jerry
Corbin, government and
economics teacher at CHS;
Wayne Tharpe, horticulture
professor at WHTC; Caren
Prichard, chemistry and
physics teacher at CHS; and
Linda Pforte, State Farm
agent from Marianna.


Cecilia Spears .i.-ar Wriier
Hannah Finch receives three containers of tabs from ARC members and employees Elaine Dove, Jane Dove,
Janice Dove, Debra Wyatt, Maxie Taylor and Chanell Haddix at the Chipley ARC, accompanied by Shrine
members Kenny Ray Mitchell, Alan Bush and Gary Johns, Monday afternoon.



Hannah Finch is almost there


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY
Members and employ-
ees of the ARC donated
three containers of tabs to
rising star and popularly
proclaimed "Shriner Poster
Child", six-year-old Hannah
Finch Monday afternoon,
bringing the estimated total
to over 750,000 toward her
one million goal.
"We've been collecting
them for a while now, a lot


of them are from the ARC's
kitchen, but most of them
are from members' homes,"
said Chanell Haddix, super-
visor of community explora-
tion. "It took a while to get
a hold of Hannah's mother,
but we finally found her
number in an older newspa-
per article and were able to
give them to Hannah."
Contributors were
Elaine Dove, Jane Dove,
Janice Dove, Debra Wyatt
and Maxie Taylor.
"We're going to continue
to save as many as we can


for her," said Haddix. "It's
not just us wanting to help
her reach her goal, it's ev-
eryone I know who has read
her story."
Shriners Kenny Ray
Mitchell, Alan Bush and
Gary Johns were also pres-
ent for Hannah's new addi-
tion of tabs to the collection
of tabs bound for the Shri-
ners' Children's Hospital in
Tampa.
"We are so very proud of
her and we want her to know
that she has our support all
the way," said Mitchell. "I


think she's doing a wonder-
ful job."
The February 2009 dead-
line countdown continues
as friends, family members,
companies, businesses and
members of the community
still gather and collect jars,
buckets and jugs of tabs for
Hannah.
For more information
about how you can get a
five-gallon jug to start col-
lecting tabs or where to
send them call, Hannah's
mother, De De Finch, at
850 726-0458.


Vernon City Council approves amendments


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com

VERNON
The city council met to review and
approve amendments to the terms and
conditions of two Florida Recreation
Development Assistance (FRDAP)
grants from Department Environmen-
tal Protection for $200,000 each.
These grants have already been
awarded to the City and are to go to-
ward repair and renovation of Shady
Grove Park and the Sportsplex.
The only amendments made were
that the planned bike trial would be re-
placed with a shuffleboard court and a
support fence and security lighting be


built around the track which will sur-
round the playground.
The total for these grants is $400,000.
In conjunction with this the city will uti-
lize $50,000 of its Community Develop-
ment Block Grant funding requested in
the application to install handicapped
accessible parking and walkways at each
venue ($25,000 each).
Council also addressed installation of
new potable water well, water treatment'
plant and water transmission line and is
in the process of requesting funding.
The City water system is currently
operating without a back up well.
The City's potable water system does
not currently serve any residents living
outside the City' of Vernon. The new
system will benefit from the volume and


pressure that will be provided by the
new well.
The funding for this new system
includes: water tank/well treatment
$427,000 (CDBG), engineering $75,000
(CDBG), Administration $48,000
(CDBG), at a total of $550,000.
Including the $300,000 going toward
parks and playgrounds the total applied
grant funding from both FRDAP and
CDBG is $850,000.
The $250,000 of FRDAP funding
the city is committed to expend as a
match for this project will be expended
after the date the Department of Com-
munity Affairs visits the site but prior
to the city's submission of their admin-
istrative closeout for the project to the
department.


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Washington County News Saturday, September 20, 2008* 3


Pumpkin decorating contest


NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

The Washington County Board of Commis-

sioners has tentatively adopted a budget for

Fiscal Year 2008/2009.

A public hearing to make a FINAL DECISION

on the budget AND TAXES will be held on:

September 25, 2008

5:05 P.M.

at the

Washington County Annex

Board Meeting Room

1331 South Boulevard

Chipley, Florida 32428


The fourth annual Pumpkin Decorating
Contest sponsored by Washington County
Public Library will be held Oct. 13-17. The
theme will be book characters.
Children in Kindergarten through eighth
grade may visit any library branch to pick
up a copy of the contest rules and an entry
form.
First of all, kids will have to have a pump-
kin. It can be any size but the display must
fit inside an 18-inch square. Only pump-
kins decorated like book characters will be
judged.
Do not carve or puncture the pumpkin.
Use paint, markers, crayons, glue and so
forth.
Entries will be accepted from 3-5 p.m.


A hdwntinr time of year


It's that time of year
again.
Plans for trick-or-treating
in downtown Chipley have
been made.
Merchants will be distrib-


BUDGET SUMMARY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WASHINGTON COUNTY
FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS ARE .9787% MORE THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.
MILLAGE PER $1,000
GENERAL FUND 8.087
SPECIAL DEBT
GENERAL TRANSPORTATION REVENUE SERVICE TOTAL
FUND FUND FUND FUND BUDGET

CASH BALANCE FORWARD 796,260.00 292,886.00 3,000,823.00 772,575.00 4,862,544.00
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
TAXES:
AD VALOREM TAX 8,256,268.00 444,829.00 8,701,097.00
NON AD VALOREM TAX
SALES, USES & GAS TAX 1,343,189.00 996,263.00 1,900.00 730,299.00 3,071,651.00
BUILDING PERMITS 398,600.00 398,600.00
CHARGES FOR SERVICES 127,600.00 12,000.00 225,600.00 365,200.00
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES 2,075,480.00 972,628.00 13,228,995.00 16,277,103.00
FINES & FORFEITURES 24,000.00 376,000.00 400,000.00
MISCELLANEOUS 93,362.00 85,000.00 178,362.00


TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES 12,716,159.00 2,273,777.00 17,761,747.00 1,502,874.00 34,254,557.00
LESS 5% (595,995.00) (99,045.00) (36,622.00) (731,662.00)
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND
BALANCES 12,120,164.00 2,174,732.00 17,725,125.00 1,502,874.00 33,522,895.00
TRANSFER INS 506,023.00 779,000.00 1,876,377.00 877,614.00 4,039,014.00

HOSPITAL WORKERS COMP 86,250.00 86,250.00
BALANCES 12,712,437.00 2,953,732.00 19,601,502.00 2,380,488.00 37,648,159.00


EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES


GENERAL GOVERNMENT 4,469,878.00 923,225.00 120,000.00 5,513,103.00
PUBLIC SAFETY 4,595,634.00 1,252,579.00 5,848,213.00
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT 74,000.00 400,099.00 474,099.00
TRANSPORTATION 2,938,732.00 316,969.00 3,255,701.00
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 158,524,00 1,456,488.00 1,615,012.00
HUMAN SERVICES 469,556.00 129,000.00 598,556.00
CULTURE/RECREATION 398,706.00 531,905.00 930,611.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY 5,700.00 15,000.00 12,076,302.00 12,097,002.00
DEBT SERVICE 1,029,544.00 1,029,544.00


TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES 10,171,998.00 2,953,732.00 17,086,567.00 1,149,544.00 31,361,841.00
CONTINGENCY 186.00 1,785,174.00 461,944.00 2,247,304.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATED
EXPENDITURES AND CONTINGENCIES 10,172,184.00 2,953,732.00 18,871,741.00 1,611,488.00 33,609,145.00
TRANSFER OUTS 2,540,253.00 729,761.00 769,000.00 4,039,014.00
TOTAL EXPENDITURES 12,712,437.00 2,953,732.00 19,601,502.00 2,380,488.00 37,648,159.00
THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE
OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC
RECORD.


uting candy Thursday, Oct.
30 from 5:30 6:30 p.m. All
merchants are urged to take
part in this community event,
whether you are located
in downtown or elsewhere
in the Chipley/Washington
County area.
Due to the large number
of children that traditionally
participate the event is be-
ing relocated, for the safety
of the children. The change;
blocking off north and south
Railroad Avenue from Hwy
77 to Martin Luther King
and block 7th and Martin
Luther King from Hwy 90
to Church Street (Farmer's


Market Area).
The streets and parking
in this area will be used for
a "Trunk or Treat." Mer-
chants are to use these areas.
to set up a booth or use a car
or truck and decorate it with
emphasis your business and
pass out candy from there.
Mike Lee from the Bank
of Bonifay is chairman of this
year's event. More informa-
tion will be sent out as plans
are developed.
For more information or
if you would like to help with
this year's Trunk or Treat call
638-7892, or e-mail mikelee@
thebankofbonifay.com.


Burglar arrested

WAUSAU
Washington County .Sheriff's Office .
received a report of a burglary at a resi-
dence on Washington Street in Wausau on
Sept. 4.
During the initial investigation, it ap-
peared as if the suspect gained entry to *
the home from a rear window. A firearm, ,
credit cards, personal documents and ap- T
proximately $2,500 worth of jewelry was
taken during the burglary. Tara Tereasa
Working off a tip, officers set up sur- Smith
veillance on a female who was possibly
connected to the burglary. The female, Tara Tereasa Smith,
33-year-old white female, was observed selling items similar
to those taken in the burglary at a local pawn shop. During
a routine traffic stop on Sept. 11, Smith was found in posses-
sion of several items reported stolen from the Washington
Street residence. Search of Smith's home revealed the re-
mainder of the stolen property.
Smith was arrested and charged with driving while license
was suspended, grand theft of a firearm, armed burglary and
grand theft.
"Our investigators and deputies pulled together and with
the help of concerned citizens were able to close another bur-
glary case," said Sheriff Bobby Haddock. "The public rarely
sees the intensive investigation that goes into each one of
these cases and today that hard work paid off."


First reading ordinance
approved by council
CHIPLEY
Chipley City Council approved of the first reading of City
ordinance number 888 Tuesday evening. The ordinance is to
"adopt a variance to place a manufactured office building at
1360 Brickyard Road."
Council has scheduled the second reading at the next
special meeting on September 30. The building is a modular
office building for two doctors' offices at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital.


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


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Oct. 13. Library staff will take pumpkins from
Wausau and Vernon libraries to Chipley for
the judging which will take place 4 p.m. Oct.
29 at the library. There will be three classes:
Kindergarten through 2nd grades; third
through fifth grades; and sixth-eighth
grades.
Judges will grade on Quality of workman-
ship, 30 percent; General appearance, 25
percent, Originality "of design, 25 percent,
and Theme, 20 percent. They will not award
a prize to an entry which, in their determina-
tion, was not done solely by a child, or which
is not a character in a book. Their decisions
will be final.
Winners will be announced 4;30 p.m. Oct.
14 at the Chipley library.


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4 Saturday, September 20, 2008 Washington County News


Lydia Kneiss and Marshall Kneiss removing a steal railing during the renovations to
the old Chipley High School auditorium, September 16.


Kevin Russell, Marshall Kneiss and Chris Kneiss cleaning up debris from the renova-
tions being done to the old Chipley High School's auditorium, Tuesday, September 16.


Auditorium gets make-over


., --7 '
Dick Kneiss and Kevin Russell scrapping the paint off of the back bathroom ceiling during the renovations to
the old Chipley High School auditorium, September 16.


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY
The Spanish Trail Play-
house worked on renovating
the old Chipley High School
auditorium Tuesday after the
Washington County School
Board leased it to them for
a 20-year period for the per-
forming arts.
"Right nowwe are address-
ing the renovation of this old
auditorium," said Kevin Rus-
sell, president of the Spanish
Trail Playhouse. "Sweat is a
key factor in our success and
we are anxious to begin."
The project of renovating
*the auditorium is being over-
seen by Chris Kneiss, licensed
contractor and owner of the
Plantation Builders.
"We are hoping that skilled
people within our commu-
nity will donate their time to
help us along the way," said
Kneiss. "The cost for reno-
vations, lighting, and sound
equipment is staggering, but
we have needed the arts for
so long in our county, we can
not let anything deter us from
this effort."
He explained that the first
workers on the project were
his family, including Polly
Kneiss, Lydia Kneiss, Dick
Kneiss and little Marshall
Kneiss, age 8.
"Our family has volun-


teered for this working crew
and there will be many to
follow as we join together to
build this community a per-
forming arts program," said
Chris. "We are hoping that
other businesses and individ-
uals will join our efforts and
offer services and backing as
we progress."
Polly Kneiss, vice presi-
dent of the Spanish Trail
Playhouse, said that they are
preparing for two workshops
during the summer, each last-
ing a week. Dates have not
been set yet.
"The purpose is to offer
personal challenges for both
adult and youth and the op-
portunity to explore a wide
variety of theatrical and edu-
cational experiences," she
said.
The workshops are from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. and will con-
clude each week with a 30-
minute production in front of
friends, family members and
peers.
"We are excited about this
opportunity to enrich the lives
of our youth and to have the
opportunity to watch as they
find within themselves all the
excitement that live theatre
allows," said Polly.
"We are grateful to the
school board for this oppor-
tunity and we shall give our
best effort to make this a safe
environment for our theatre
programs," said Chris Kneiss.


Surplus food donated to
Washington County households

Surplus food, donated by The United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture, will be distributed to eligible resi-
dents in Washington County, Monday, Sept. 29, from 2
to 4 p.m., at the Chipley Ag Center, and Tuesday, Sept.
30, from 2 to 4 p.m., at the Vernon Canning Center.
The items will be distributed on a first come, first serve
basis, while supplies last. Tri-County Community Coun-
cil, Inc is sponsoring the surplus food distribution.
Households, which receive Aid to Families with De-
pendent Children (AFDC), food stamps, Supplemental
Security Income (SSI), Medicaid, HUD, residents of
public housing, or households whose total household
income is not in excess of the poverty line for the ap-
propriate household size, are eligible to receive the
donated food. Any person certifying for another must
have a signed statement of authorization from the ap-
plicant and proof of their household income. Recipi-
ents must bring some type of container in which to carry
their food, and someone to assist carrying commodities
if unable to do so.
Volunteers who wish to assist with distribution
should call Angie Moore at 547-3688. USDAs Tempo-
rary Food Assistance Program is available to all eligible
residents regardless of race, national origin, age, sex, or
handicap.
Health on Site, a free community service, sponsored
by a local eye institute, will be available at each distribu-
tion site. The screening for cataracts and other vision
problems will be conducted by the Health on Site di-
rector or other trained eye care specialists. Tri-Coun-
ty Community Council, Inc. is an equal opportunity
organization.


School Board passes tentative budget, millage


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY
The Washington County School
Board unanimously passed a tentative
budget and millage for Fiscal Year 2008-
09. The Board also approved transfer-
ring Vernon High School Principal, Dr.
Bobbie Dawson, to the school central
office to coordinate federal programs.
The Vernon position would be adver-
tised, Superintendent Calvin Stevenson
said.
The tentative budget for the District is
$56.3 million minus a little over $526,000
in transfers from the general fund and
capital projects. The capital projects
fund has $10.2 million as work continues
at Vernon Elementary and future work


to replace the 14 relocatables at Kate M.
Smith Elementary School. The Board
plans to add a wing to replace the relo-
catables and hopes to add another new
wing to eventually bring the fifth grade
back from Roulhac Middle School.
The overall tentative budget includes
$46.3 million for Panhandle Area Edu-
cational Consortium and $4.655 million
for the special schools at Dozier and
Okeechobee that are under the Board's
umbrella.
The tentative millage is 7.675, a slight
drop from last year's 7.6940. State re-
quired local effort increased to 5.1770,
discretionary millage decreased to
0.4980 and capital outlay decreased to
1.7500 mills from 2.0000.
Dawson's predecessor at federal pro-
grams, Julia Morales, was on hand to
describe the first few steps at the new


Politics rock the Possum Palace


WAUSAU
The famed Possum Palace
has hosted many a unique
event, and the one planned
for Oct. 26 will be no excep-
tion. Local supporters are
planning the first-ever Wash-
ington County "Rock the
Vote" on that date. Admis-


sion is free.
Christian rockers Bread
of Stone will be the featured
group, accompanied by Me
in Motion, Nate Huss and
several other groups. Elec-
tions officials will be present
to register new voters. Politi-
cal candidates are invited to


speak and to be spo
the event.
Sponsors and ba
invited to call (85
9287 for information
a video presentation
www.youtube.com/sl
ecorbin or www.n
com/washcorockthev


alternative school where she is princi-
pal. Morales made it clear that these
are "baby steps" as administrators and
teachers develop the curriculum and po-
lices at the new school.
Morales said there are 15 students
at the school. "Half of them are sev-
enth graders," Morales said, "and half
are ESE." There is only one girl. "More
than half are significantly behind aca-
demically," she said.
"We're making really small baby
steps."
There are three teachers and Mo-
rales has also been pulling classroom
duty, and the students are a challenge.
They are very materially motivated, but
so far have not put together schoolwork'
and success in the same package. "They
don't see academics as a venue of suc-
cess," Morales told the Board.


Art meeting

nsors of The Washington Coun-
ty Arts Council will hold
inds are its annual meeting at 6
0) 849- p.m. on,Tuesday, Sept. 23,
on. For at 6 p.m. at the Library in
n, go to Chipley. Everyone inter-
han- ested in advancing the arts
nyspace. in the county is encour-
vote. aged to attend.


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Washington County News Saturday, September 20, 2008 5


PET TALK



Best Way To Handle


Wild Baby Birds?


Don't, Says Expert


Funds to boost Take


Stock in Children


COLLEGE STATION
It's probably happened to you: You're
walking down the sidewalk, you hear a faint
chirping sound, and you look down to see a
plump baby bird staring up at you and you
think that a cute new pet has fallen right
into your lap.
But wildlife experts have three words of
advice: leave it alone.
"Take pictures, enjoy them, admire
them, but don't mess with them," says Te-
resa Shisk-Saling, a veterinary technician at
the College of Veterinary Medicine & Bio-
medical Sciences at Texas A&M Univer-
sity. "The absolute worst thing you can do
is pick it up, take it home and try to make
.it a pet."
Touching a bird is a bad idea for several
reasons. Parasites, salmonella and other
bacterial diseases can all be picked up from
wildlife, and although birds are not typically
known for biting, they can do some damage
with their beaks.
In addition, a well-intentioned animal
lover may only do more harm than good by
moving the bird. The most common reason
a young bird ventures out of the nest is be-
cause it is fledging, and human interference
does not help.
"It is a teenager, and it's learning how to
fly and be on its own," Shisk-Saling says.
"You may see it and think it's by itself,
but chances are mom and dad are real
close by keeping an eye on it-and you're
getting in the way."
The only exception to the hands-off rule
is if the bird is injured or in obvious danger,
such as being stranded in the middle of the
road.
"If it is bright, alert, and chirping, it is
not hurt," Shisk-Saling says.
However, if the animal shows none of
these signs, it should be put in a dark, quiet
and warm place, such as a box, and taken to


a veterinarian or wildlife specialist. Shisk-
Saling cautions rescuers not to feed the
bird because it can cause complications,
and the bird may already have a digestive
tract injury.
"If it can't wait a couple of hours to be
fed correctly, it is probably not going to
make it anyway," Shisk-Saling says.
Occasionally, while moving around in
the nest, a baby bird will stumble over the
edge, or high winds and rain can knock a
nest out of a tree, she adds. If this is the
case, Shisk-Saling says that some assistance
can be given to the animal.
"You can put it back in the nest, but if
the nest is too far up, call and get advice
from a vet or wildlife expert in your area,"
Shisk-Saling says.
"It is also important to keep in mind that
some birds pick up their young and carry
them back to the nest, and the parents are
not going to abandon the young bird."
Another way to keep these treetop crit-
ters safe is to minimize their predators.
Some types of birds, such as mocking-
birds, are good at defending their offspring
against predators. Others are not, and cat
wounds are a common injury seen in wild
birds.
Cats should be kept indoors, especially
during spring and early summer. If your
cat does venture outside, put a bell on its
collar to warn baby birds that cannot move
quickly.
Shisk-Saling says that being educated
on how to handle-or not handle-wildlife
will benefit both you and the animal. "If a
baby bird does stumble into your path, sim-
ply enjoy its chirp without thoughts of tak-
ing it home," she adds.
Pet Talk is a. service of the College of Veter-
inary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, Texas
A&M University. Stories can be viewed on the
Web at http://tamunews.tamu.edu/.


Mean, green, recycling machines

Vernon Elementary School is going green with one re-
cyclable container at a time.
Students, teachers, administrators and the community
are teaming together to recycle. VES students are col-
lecting aluminum, plastic, and paper that will be reused
rather than being dumped in a landfill. Aluminum cans
are collected and turned in for money that will be used to
help beautify the building additions that are presently be-
ing constructed on the campus. The school is also calling
out to community members and asking them to save and
donate their aluminum cans for the cause.
This is a great way to save the environment and help
the "mean green recycling machines" at VES all at the
same time. For information on how you can donate your
aluminum, contact the school at 1-850-535-2486.


Candidates to attend forum
Sunny Hills Civic Association is hosting a forum for the
county officials running for office in November.
The October 2 meeting will be devoted to questions for
the BOCC.
The forum is open to all residents of Washington Coun-
ty. Residents can register their questions on the comment
section of the home page of their web site at www.sun-
nyhillsfl.org



Flu vaccinations offered
Washington County Health Department in conjunc-
tion with Washington Council on Aging will be giving flu
shots at the Council on Aging, Oct. 1 from 8:30 a.m. until
noon.
Be sure to take your Medicare card and driver's license
or other picture ID. Cost is $33.06 without Medicare.
More dates will be announced at a later time.












I, James David Collins, would like to
take this opportunity to apologize to the
citizens of Washington County, for the
unlawful possession of a listed chemical.
Thanks for your time.
James David Collins.


ESTIMATED REVENUES
Taxes:
Advalorem Taxes 2.294
Sales & Use Taxes
Franchise Fees
Public Safety (Fire Prot)
Occupational Licenses
Utility Tax
Other Miscellaneous
Parks & Recreation
Interest Bank Accounts
Florida Forever Stormwater
FRDAP Sportsplex
FRDAP Shady Grove
Legislative Appropriation (Hwy. 79)
City Hall Fund/Community Ctr./Gym
Water/Sewer/Garbage Revenues
Total Sources
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets
Total Revenues, Transfers &
Balances

Expenditures
Financial & Administrative
Public Safety (Fire Department)
Streets
Parks & Recreation
Library
Florida Forever Stormwater
FRDAP Sportsplex
FRDAP Shady Grove
Legislative Appropriation
CityHall Fund/Comm. Ctr./Gym
Water/Sewer/Garbage
Total Expenditures
Fund Balances/Reserves/Net Assets

Total Appropriated Expenditures
Transfers, Reserves & Balances


Oscar O'Steen continues to lend his financial support to the Take Stock in Children
program by presenting another donation to Don Walters, Washington County TSIC
local program coordinator. This donation is matched by Orange Hill Soil and Water
Conservation District, which is then 'matched by the Florida Prepaid Scholarship
Foundation. The total of these funds will allow one student to realize their dream of
a four-year college education.


NOTICE OF

BUDGET HEARING

The City of Vernon has tentatively adopted a
budget for 2008-2009. A public hearing to make
a FINAL DECISION on the budget
AND TAXES will be held on:
SEPTEMBER 22, 2008
7:00 P.M.
At

VERNON CITY HALL
COUNCIL CHAMBERS

2808 YELLOW JACKET DR., VERNON


BUDGET SUMMARY
CITY OF VERNON

FISCAL YEAR 2008-2009


General Fund
Millage per $1000
34,965.00
134,225.00
30,000.00
55,400.00
400.00
59,058.00
550.00
25,000.00
750.00


Special Revenues


Enterprise Fund


Total All Funds


34,965.00
134,225.00
30,000.00
55,400.00
400.00
59,058.00
550.00
25,000.00
750.00
200,000.00
200,000.00
200,000.00
95,575.33
2,400.00


200,000.00
200,000.00
200,000.00
95,575.33
2,400.00


255,930.00 255,930.00
$ 340,348.00 $ 697,975.33 $ 255,930,00 $ 1,294,253.33
132,805.10 300,000.00 98,506.07 531,311.17

$ 473,153.10 $ 997,975.33 $ 354,436.07 $ 1,825,564.50


135,107.43 135,107.43
85,821.04 85,821.04
118,243.02 118,243.02
70,676.51 70,676.51
10,500.00 10,500.00
200,000.00 200,000.00
200,000.00 200,000.00
200,000.00 200,000.00
95,575.33 95,575.33
2,400.00 2,400.00
275,930.00 275,930.00
$ 420,348.00 $ 697,975.33 $ 275,930.00 $ 1,394,253.33
52,805.10 300,000.00 78,506.07 431,311.17


$ 473,153.10 $


997,975.33 $ 354,436.07 $


1,825,564.50


The tentative adopted, and/or final budgets are on file in the office of the above taxing authority as public record


THE DEADLINE
TO REGISTER
TO VOTE IN
THE NOV. 4th
GENERAL
ELECTION IS
OUrOWnn 6th.
VISIT
WWW.WCSOE.ORG






6 Saturday, September 20, 2008 Washington County News



Georgia fugitive arrested in Jackson County


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
MARIANNA
Trapped in a tree stand north of Grand
Ridge, Anthony Robbins of Cobb County,
Ga., made his stand as he leaped to the
ground. Armed with a stick and a box cut-
ter, Robbins prepared to fight the law.
And as is usually the case, the law won.
Tracking dogs found Robbins Wednesday
night and with the help of mace and the ef-
forts of 8-10 officers the suspect was arrested
on multiple charges in two states. The arrest
capped off a busy day that began Wednes-
day afternoon. Jackson County Sheriff John
McDaniel held a news conference Thursday
morning to provide an update on the case.
Robbins is charged locally with aggravat-
ed assault on a law enforcement officer and
resisting arrest with violence. He is charged
with kidnapping, motor vehicle hijacking
and aggravated assault with a weapon in
Georgia.
Investigators with the Cobb County
Sheriff's Department called around 3 p.m.
asking local officers to be on the lookout for
Robbins, who has family in Jackson County.
McDaniel said the relatives "want nothing
to do with him," but officers still were on
the lookout and a bolo was issued.
Robbins, 39, was wanted in Georgia on


charges of kidnapping his
girlfriend, Lisa Ambrose,
41 of Kennesaw, Ga. Out-
side Town Center Plaza in
Kennesaw. Robbins al-
legedly stabbed Ambrose
in her 2006 silver Mazda.
"The incident was wit-
nessed by a retired or off- -
duty officer," Mc Daniel Anthony
said, who shot at the car. Robbins
The right-front passen-
ger window was shot out and there were
two bullet holes in the front window of the
vehicle. The car is in the hands of Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.
JCSO received a call at 5:57 p.m. that a
woman had been dropped off at Jackson
Hospital. Witnesses said a man identified
as Robbins came around to the driver's side
and pulled Ambrose out with the help of a
passerby and sped off.
A JCSO investigator found the aban-
doned car just north of Grand Ridge on
Reddick Road off Hwy. 69 at about 8:30
p.m. Tracker dogs from Apalachee Correc-
tional Institute and Jackson Correctional
Institute were called and tracked the driver
westward into a wooded area.
Robbins was found about 100 yards off
the highway in a treestand. "He ignored sev-
eral verbal commands to get out of the tree
and finally jumped out," McDaniel said.


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source officer More photos onli
had mace." More ol
McDan-
iel said it still
took a few
minutes to bring Robbins under control.
The suspect then claimed he had been shot,
and he was taken to Jackson Hospital where
he remains under guard awaiting pickup by
Cobb County authorities. The sheriff said it


has not been determined if Robbins actu-
ally has a gunshot wound. The suspect has
not given a reason for fleeing to Jackson
County nor has he given a motive for the al-
leged attack on Ambrose, McDaniel said.
McDaniel said that Ambrose was rushed
to Shand's Teaching Hospital in Gainesville
in critical condition for surgery to repair her
carotid artery.
The Florida Wildlife Commission was
also involved in the manhunt.


'Healthy choices' goal of new program


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY
Washington County School District is implementing a
new program in the Fall 2008 semester provided by Panhan-
dle Area Educational Consortium. The "youth-and-parent-
focused prevention program" is called Guiding Students
Toward Safe and Healthy Choices," and it was described
Monday night to the Washington County School-Board.
Linda Booth of PAEC described the program as a col-
laboration between Florida State University's Center for
Prevention Research and a partnership with the Washington
County Family and Communities Council.
Funding is provided by Florida Department of Juve-
nile Justice and is supported by the School Board, Teen
Court, "other community, agencies," and the Sheriff's Of-
fice, and will support the Washington, Jackson and Gadsden
districts.
According to a handout provided at the meeting, the in-


tention of the program is to reduce the number of school
referrals to DJJ, and to "reduce disproportionate minority
contact with DJJ."
"It's probably the best program on the market," Booth
said.
According to handout the program includes the follow-
ing features:
*School administrators refer students they believe would
benefit from the program to the Teen Court coordinator,
who would send names of the students to DJJ for screening
and as a courtesy. Deadline for referrals is Oct. 7.
*Target student group would be sixth-through-ninth-
graders that do not have a documented charge with DJJ.
The course would be open to 20 students and their parents
or guardians per semester. "We're hoping for 15 to com-
plete," Booth said.
*The three-hour course for Fall 2008 would begin Oct.
28 and run every Tuesday through Nov. 25 from 6-9 p.m. at
Vernon Middle School.
*A parent or guardian of the student would be issued a
civil citation by a law enforcement officer "to ensure parent


participation in the course." If parents and guardians and
students do not complete the course, the parent or guardian
must pay a $500 fine. It is mandatory the same parent or
guardian attend all five sessions.
*Students would be trained in the Life Skills Training
curriculum, "which provides young teens with confidence
and skills necessary to successfully handle challenging situa-
tions," according to the handout.
*Parents would be trained in the Guiding Good Choices
curriculum, "designed to increase family involvement that
is rewarding and enhance parent-child bonds," according to
the handout.
*Trainers would provide follow-up to parents and stu-
dents for six months. The student must remain "incident
free" for those six months, and students and parents would
sign a pledge acknowledging all requirements.
*If students take part in the program in lieu of a criminal
charge, failure to complete all requirements could result in
the student being referred to DJJ.
*Parents that complete the course are eligible for a $50
check.


Orthodontics
The first orthodon-
tist was Dr. Edward H
Angle who limited his
practice to straighten-
ing teeth in the 1880is.
Traditionally, early
orthodontists did not
want to see the patient
until all of the perma-
nent teeth were present
in the mouth, about age
12-14. At that point,
the orthodontist would
extract enough teeth to
make it mathematically
possible to fit all the
remaining teeth in the
arch and move them
around until they were
istraight.i In the 1970is
orthodontists realized
that by catching de-
velopmental problems
earlier, they could, by
use of appliances, di-
rect the growth of the
upper and/or lower
arches to accommodate
the size of the teeth.
That is why your den-
tist may recommend an
orthodontic as early as
six or seven of years of
age.
The process of or-
thodontics is possible
because of the ability
to move teeth bodily
through bone by ap-
plying physical pres-
sure to the tooth. The
bone breaks down on
the side away from the
pressure and new bone
is laid down behind it
as it moves. Actually,
o.ur teeth remain where
they are in our mouths


because of continuous
orthodontic pressures.
The tongue is constant-
ly pushing from the in-
side, the lips push from
the outside. Along with
stabilizing positional
forces resultant from
the bite relationship,
*the consequences of
all the above is that our
teeth remain in their
same relative positions
throughout our adult
life.
The newest orth-
odontic development
in the last few years has
been ilnvisalign.i The
biggest drawback to
traditional orthodon-
tics has always been the
discomfort and incon-
venience of the brack-
ets and wires that are
actually glued to the
teeth. Invisalign is a
process of moving the
teeth by the use of a se-
ries of removable clear
plastic aligners. This
extremely convenient
and patient-friendly
technology is very pop-
ular because, unlike tra-
ditional braces, the ap-
pliance is invisible and


Mosey on down to the rodeo


Larry J. Cook, DMD


can be removed while
brushing and flossing
or, unfortunately, any
time the patient wishes.
Therein lies one of the
only disadvantages, the
patient must wear the
appliances for them to
work and the treatment,
unlike traditional or-
thodontics, relies upon
patient compliance.
Nevertheless, many
adult patients embrace
with the Invisalign pro-
cess who would never
consider traditional or-
thodontics.
Your dentist can help
you decide if orthodon-
tics is the appropriate
treatment for your spe-
cific problem.


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Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-4220

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Members of the Boni-
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like to invite everyone to
their 64th Annual North-
west Florida Champion-
ship Rodeo Oct. 2- Oct. 4,
starting at 7:30 p.m. night-
ly. Gates will open at 5:30
p.m. The rodeo is a PRCA
sanction Dodge Series Ro-
deo. In conjunction with
the rodeo, there will be a
two-day Rodeo Parade on
Friday and Saturday at 2
p.m. through downtown
Bonifay.
The official start for
Rodeo Weekend is 7:30


p.m. at Memorial Field on
Thursday, Oct. 2. Thurs-
day night is designated as
"Kids Night". Children
10 and under are admit-
ted free and they can meet
The Incredible Hulk and
Spider Man along with sev-
eral other friends from the
Holmes County Library.
Friday, Oct. 3 at 2 p.m.
the Rodeo Parade winds
through in downtown Bon-
ifay and will end in front
on Memorial Field on
Veterans Boulevard. The
Friday night is designated
as "Tough Enough to Wear
Pink Night". Everyone
who wears pink on Friday
Night will receive a raffle
ticket for the opportunity


to win some terrific prizes.
A portion of the proceeds
will go to P.I.N.K. (Protec-
tion Is In Knowledge) to
help detect breast cancer
through early screening.
Saturday, Oct. 4, the pa-
rade begins at 2 p.m. with a
special appearance by the
Ft. Rucker Army Band.
Closingout the weekend
is Dodge Series Rodeo
Appreciation Night and a
chance for fabulous give-
a-ways from the 2008 Ro-
deo Sponsors and Friends
of the Rodeo.
For more information
on the 2008 NWFC Rodeo,
visit the Bonifay Kiwanis
Club website at www.boni-
faykiwanis.org


Volunteers needed for elderly

Washington County Council on Aging needs volunteers to help with activities at the
senior center.
An art teacher 'is needed to teach beginning art or a more advanced class. Volun-
teers are also needed to plan activities or sing and play piano for the seniors.
Anyone interested in any of these volunteer jobs may call Mary Enfinger at 638-
6217 or 638-6216.


PUBLIC MEETING

The Town of Ebro will hold a public meeting
on Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 12:00
p.m. the sole purpose of this meeting will
be to discuss the Town applying for a grant
under the Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program (FRDAP) during the 2009-
2010 funding cycle. The applications are due
September 30, 2008. The grant application
includes improvements to the "Obie T. Morrell
Park Phase III".

The Town of Ebro will hold the meeting at
the Town of Ebro Town Hall. The public is
invited to attend. Handicapped persons
wishing to attend, who will need special
accommodations, should contact Ms. Linda
Marlow, Town Clerk, Town of Ebro, at (850)
535-2842.


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Ads that lie


For several years,
Floridians have been
working hard to get
what is called the
Marriage Amend-
ment, 'Amendment
2" on the ballot, so
That we, the people
of Florida, can pro-
tect our children
and families. Just as
expected, there are
some who oppose
the defining of mar-
riage as being be-
tween one man and
one woman. Some
Sof these people call-


sz:


From The
Heart
Tim Hall


ing themselves "Florida Red & Blue" have
began running ads to persuade actu-
ally trying scare people to vote against
'Amendment 2".
The first thing they fail to tell everyone
is that 27 other states already have passed
the same amendment, and while we here in
Florida are voting on "'Amendment 2", Cali-
fornia and Arizona also will be voting on the
same amendment.
As a child, I was taught to tell an untruth
was to lie. But the opponents seem to have
come to the conclusion that the only way
they can convince people to vote against
Amendment 2 is to lie. The first lie "Florida
Red & Blue" tells is that Amendment 2 was
created by the state to give more govern-
ment control over the people. Do they really
think the people of Florida will forget all the
work "we the people" did to get this amend-
ment on the ballot? It was not government
out asking people to sign the petition but
people who fear God, love this country and
desire to protect our children and families.
Secondly, they say the "Democrats are
united against Amendment 2 in Florida."'
The ads say "Barack Obama, Hillary Clin-
ton, Representatives Debbie Wassermann
Schultz and Robert Wexler all say 'Vote No
on 2' because it will ban domestic partner
agreements, hurting many seniors, and let
government into our personal lives." What
they don't realize is that we "the people" of
this great state know the politicians men-
tioned in the ad, who say they would vote no
are all for "socialized medicine" and taking
guns from good citizens and opposed to pri-
vate and home schooling. In other wordsm
they are all for more government control in
our lives, not less. "Florida Red & Blue" did
not ask the hometown democrats how they
would vote, ,.because they know God-fear-
ing Americans who love America and their
families will vote for Amendment 2.
The very simply written 'Amendment 2"
changes nothing about civil unions, domes-
tic partners or any other .type of contracts or


EARLY
VOTING
WILL BE
HELD
OCT. 20th
- NOV. 2nd


agreements that people may make. "Durable
power of attorney" is what makes it possible
for people who are not relatives to visit oth-
ers in prison or the hospital, and "durable
power of attorney" still will be what allows
non-family members to visit after Amend-
ment 2 is passed. Again, Amendment 2 does
one thing: It takes that which we all already
know and do from being a Florida statute
and puts it in the Florida Constitution.
This big question everyone should be ask-
ing is why would these who call themselves'
"Florida Red & Blue" lie about Amendment
2? Why would they spend money on ads and
go to the news to report these lies, and why
would these politicians lend their name to
such false advertising? The truth is, because
they are trying to hide their true agenda,
which is to get this amendment to fail so
when the right couple stands before the right
liberal judge and challenges the Florida stat-
ute, Florida will then have to issue marriage
license to homosexuals. But don't think it
will stop there, because if it remains a stat-
ute and is challenged, and homosexuals are
given marriage license, then what is to keep
those who desire multiple marriage partners
from doing the same? Then what would stop
those who want human and animal unions or
older adults united with small children from
following the same path, which would make
it legal for pedophiles to abuse children, and
who knows what else?
In one of the ads that "Florida Red &
Blue" run, Alex' Sink, Kathy Castor and
Kendrick Meek say they "oppose Amend-'
ment 2 because personal marriage issues
should be decided by you, your family and
clergy, not government." Apparently they.
have never heard of God the creator of all
things, including marriage, and apparently
they have never read Genesis 1, 2 and 3,
which declares that God decided that issue a
long time ago. God proclaims that ,marriage
is to be between one man and one woman
for life.
The most important thing that they for-
get to mention is that if Amendment 2 fails
because of their lies, and then the law is
changed to recognize the union of two men
or two women, then they know the opinions
of people will change. Because we have be-
come a people who believe, "that if some-
thing is legal then it must be right" (For
example Alcohol, the drug of Tobacco and
Abortion).
Please don't let those that lie, scare you
from voting. "Yes" on 'Amendment 2". Be-
cause if it fails, what is next? Marriage be-
tween one man and one woman as God de-
signed it will first die, and then commitment
will die, followed by the death of the family,
society and America. For more information
about 'Amendment 2" please check out
"www.yes2marriage.org".


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CITY OF CHIPLEY

BUDGET SUMMARY

FISCAL YEAR 2008 2009

Millage Per $1,000

General Fund 5.8000

DEBT CAPITAL
GENERAL SERVICE PROJECTS ENTERPRISE TOTAL
FUND FUND FUND FUNDS BUDGET

ESTIMATED REVENUES:
Ad Valorem Taxes Millage of 5.8000 $ 828,157.00 $ $ $ $ 828,157.00
Intergovernmental Revenue 1,833,634.00 179,261.00 523,611.00 0.00 2,536,506.00
Sanitation 0.00 0.00 0.00 706,000.00 706,000.00
Water 0.00 7,000.00 0.00 603,000.00 610,000.00
Gas 0.00 0.00 0.00 708,250.00 708,250.00
Sewer 0.00 206,652.00 7,400,000.00 771,600.00 8,378,252.00
TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES $ 2,661,791.00 $ 392,913.00 $ -7,923,611.00 S 2,788,850.00 S 13,767,165.00

EXPENDITURES:
General Government $ 2,661,791.00 $ 179,261.00 $ 523,611.00 $ - $ 3,364,663.00
Sanitation 0.00 0.00 0.00 706,000.00 706,000.00
Water 0.00 7,000.00 0.00 603,000.00 610,000.00
Gas 0.00 0.00 0.00 708,250.00 708,250.00
Sewer 0.00 206,652.00 7,400,000.00 771,600.00 8,378,252.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES S 2,661,791.00 S 392,913.00 $ 7,923,611.00 $ 2,788,850.00 S 13,767,165.00
Reserves 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
TOTALAPPROPRIATED
EXPENDITURES AND RESERVES $ 2,661,791.00 $ 392,913.00 S 7,923,611.00 S 2,788,850.00 $ 13,767,165.00

THE TENTATIVE, ADOPTED, AND/OR FINAL BUDGETS ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED TAXING
AUTHORITY AS A PUBLIC RECORD.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT PATRICE YATES, CITY CLERK AT (850) 638-6350.


2003
5 Years Ago
The recently installed elevator at
Washington County Court House was
named after retired county judge Perry
Wells.
Ashley Marie Wilberding won a $1,500
scholarship given by Florida Association of
Housing and Redevelopment.
Chipley Newspapers, Inc. acquired the
assets of the Holmes County Advertiser.and
Washington County Post.
During a special ceremony, Chipley
Garden Club gave single roses and gold
cards to members who had spent 50 or more
years as members.

1988
20 Years Ago
Several teachers from Kate Smith
Elementary School were chosen by the
Department of Education to participate in
a summer school enhancement initiative
program. Among them were elementary
supervisor Sue Kelley and assistant principal
Jayne Peel.
Sunshine Foods planned to close its
Chipley store. Don Register was local
manager.
The only contested seat in a Chipley
municipal election was between
councilman-at-large Dewey Harper and
Junior Estee Carter.

1978
30 Years Ago
Chipley sorta won over Wausau in a
donkey baseball game. The game was called
when the animals got too tired to play. "It's
useless to try to persuade a donkey to play
baseball when he'd rather, do something
else," said Buddy Cummings, leader of the '
Chipley team.
Steve Melvin was the new owner of
Cook's Pharmacy on South Boulevard in
Chipley.
Water fountains were placed on Railroad
Avenue. The Downtown Merchants
Association of Chipley funded them.
A local farmer offered to donate $10,000
toward the purchase of a kidney dialysis


machine provided it remained in the county.
A countywide fund-raiser was planned to
raise the rest of the money needed for the
expensive machine.

1968
40 Years Ago
Sonny Raley was named head football
coach at Chipley High School, according to
C.C. Coleman Jr., principal.
Among those from Washington County
attending the annual meeting of the Florida
Association of Conservation District
supervisors in Gainesville were VJ. Collins,
EL. Nelson, R.Q. Padgett and Mike Gainer.

1948
80 Years Ago
Walter Harvey Jr., one of Chipley's most
respected young men was licensed to preach
by Chipley Baptist Church He planned
to hold his first service at the church the
coming Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B.E Whittington and
children of McDavid were the Sunday
guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
Noles.
D.W. Gardner, the chicken and egg
man had workers remodeling his store. He
planned to have "as neat and conveniently
arranged a grocery store room as there is in
town."
Mr. and Mrs. WT. Weaver were making
plans to move to River Junction where he
had purchased a business.

1908
100 Years Ago
Rufus Harrell, a former resident,
was a visitor in Chipley. He was living in
Graceville at the time.
TA. Dekle was visiting Chicago, Ill.,
while on a trip through the west.
Wilmer Mitchell, Jack Campbell, Jerry
Tyre and John Scruggs were top finishers in
a weekend golf tournament held at Falling
Waters Country Club.
George Reddick of Enterprise, a former
resident of Chipley, spent Sunday and
Monday with friends. He was en route to St.
Andrews for a short vacation.


NOTICE OF


PROPOSED


TAX INCREASE



The City of Chipley has tentatively adopted a

measure to increase its property levy.



Last year's property tax levy:

A. Initially proposed tax levy..$803,191.

B. Less tax reductions due to Value

Adjustment Board and other

assessment changes............$ 10,572.

C. Actual property tax levy.....$813,763.

This year's proposed tax levy.......$871,744.



All concerned citizens are invited to attend a

public hearing on the tax increase to be held

on

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

5:05 p.m.

at

Chipley City Hall-Council Chambers

1442 Jackson Avenue, Chipley, Florida



A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax

increase and the budget will be mrade at this

hearing.






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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.
Sept. 26
Sprint Cup Series Practice ESPN2 @ 11:30 a.m.
NASCAR Live SPEED @ 1 p.m.
Nationwide Series Practice SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Qualifying ESPN2 @ 3 p.m.
NASCR Now ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
Trackside at Kansas SPEED @ 6:p.m.
Sept. 27
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 11:30 a.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
Nationwide Kansas Lottery 300 ESPN2 @ 2:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
Sept. 28
Sprint Cup Series Countdown ABC @ noon
Sprint Cup Kansas 400 ABC @ 1 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7 p.m.



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Sept. 28
Kansas City
Camping World
RV 400


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Sept. 27
Kansas City
Kansas Lottery
300


Oct. 4
Talladega
Mountain lew
250


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Sept. 28
Miliville, N.J.
Loud Energy
Drink 150


Penalties issued for


NH truck race melee


NASCAR announced
Wednesday the No. 30, No.
11 and No. 9 teams that
compete in the NASCAR
Craftsman Truck Series
have been penalized due to
their involvement in a post-
race altercation on pit road
at New Hampshire Motor
Speedway following
Saturday's race.
They were penalized for
actions detrimental to stock-
car racing and team mem,
bers involved in an alterca-
tion with another competi-
tor on pit road after the race
had concluded.
Three crew members
have been suspended from
the next Craftsman Truck
Series event and suspended
from NASCAR until Sept.
24, including:
Mike Hillman Jr., crew
chief for the No. 30 truck
driven by Todd Bodine
Mark Hillman, crew
member for the No. 30
William Divel, crew
member for the No. 11 truck
driven by David Starr
Mike Hillman Jr. has also
been fined $2,500 and had
his NASCAR probation
extended through Dec. 31.
Both Mark Hillman and
Divel have been fined
$1,500 and placed on proba-
tion until Dec. 31.


On the

Bubble
Driver: Robby Gordon
Owner: Robby Gordon
Points: 2,033
Points out of 34th: 13
Points ahead of 36th: 15
Place Owner
33 Bill Davis
34 Rob Kauffman
35 Robby Gordon
36 Dietrich Mateschitz
37 Roger Penske
38 George Gillett, Jr.


Starr also has been fined
$10,000 and placed on pro-
bation until Dec. 31.
Richard Gay, crew chief
for the No. 11 truck, and
Jason Overstreet, crew chief
for the No. 9 truck driven by
David Reutimann, have
both been fined $1,000 and
placed on probation until
Dec. 31. Additionally, two
crew members -- Brandon
Hopkins for the No. 30
truck and Tony Jilson for
the No. 9 truck -- have been
placed on probation until
Dec. 31.
All three owners -- Steve
Germain of the No. 30, Tom
DeLoach of the No. 11 and
Bob Germain of the No. 9 -
- have had each of their
respective teams placed on
probation until Dec. 31.
Crew members of the
No. 30 and No. 11 teams
were upset following con-
tact on the track following
the cool down lat in the
Camping World RV 200.


Jeff Burton celebrates his victory at Dover, which resulted in him leading the
Chase for the Sprint Cup back in 2006. Burton got off to an early lead in
the Chase and was atop the points for our weeks, but it didn't last to the end
as Jimmie Johnson eventually won the title.


Track


Facts 2







2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Clint Bowyer- 130.412
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Clint Bowyer 110.475 ,
Track Qualifying Record
-Ryan Newman 133.357 m.p.h.
(2003)
Track Race Record
Jeff Burton 117.134 m.p.h.
(1997)


'Memo


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Jeff Burton has been in the spot Greg
Biffle finds himself in heading into the
second race in the Chase of the Sprint
Cup at D6ver this Sunday.
Burton was in the hunt, but a win in
Dover back in 2006 propelled the
Richard Childress Racing driver into the
top spot in the points, which he held onto
for four weeks before eventually losing
the title to Jimmie Johnson.
If the driver of the No. 31 AT&T
Mobility Chevy Impala had any advice
following New Hampshire, it would be to
the media and the fans.
"Don't read too much into one week,"
said Burton. "I think it is important to
understand that this is a 1.0 week, stretch.
I mean so much happens in 10 weeks and
we have already seen it in one week with
Matt Kenseth.
"He obviously got into a wreck and he
started with a deficit anyway because of
the race wins versus Jimmie and Kyle.
Now he is at a bigger deficit and those are
things you can't count on."
So what is Burton looking ahead to as
there are nine tracks remaining on the
Chase schedule?
"As far as racetracks I'm looking for-
ward to, honestly, I look at the tracks,"
said Burton. "I think we won at six of the
10 racetracks that we go to.
"I know we haven't won at Talladega.
I know we haven't won at Homestead. I
know we haven't won at Kansas. But I
feel good about those racetracks."
Burton has his own opinions on the
Chase and the format after Kyle Busch
went from first to eighth in one week and
if his eight wins were counterproductive.
"I don't know how winning eight
races was counterproductive in any form
or fashion," said Burton. "Winning eight
races didn't cause, this problem at New
Hampshire.
"I think a lot of people think we go
.into a race, it's in their mind if we finish
tenth, it's a good day. It's ndc like that. We
go into every race trying to win the race.
You want to finish as high as you can."
Burton, who is a huge family man,
will tell you the job is not as glamorous as
it looks to some.
"You are not going to get me to tell
you that I don't have the best job in the
world," said Burton. "But it's certainly
not just showing up on a Sunday after-
noon and driving a car around, it's cer-
tainly not like that.
"This is a very difficult way to make a
living. It's a lot of time away from home.
I've spent well over 200 days from home
last year. I think it was 250 days from
home last year."


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Driver Points
Dave Blaney 2,093
Michael McDowell 2,046
Robby Gordon 2,033
A.J. Allmendinger 2,018
Sam Hornish, Jr. 2,015
Patrick Carpentier 1,837


Driver
1. Carl Edwards
2. Jimmie Joshson
3. Greg Biffle
4. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
5. Jeff Burton
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Tony Stewart
8. Kyle Busch
9. Clint Bowyer
10. Kevin Harvick


Behind
Leader
Leader
-30
-50
-50
-72
-73
-74
-83
-86


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


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Leader
-207
-279
-484
-505
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Johnny Benson
Ron Hornaday
Matt Crafton
Rick Crawford
Todd Bodine
Erik Darnell
Mike Skinner
Jack Sprague
Dennis Setzer
Terry Cook


Behind
Leader
-74
-242
-309
-313
-317
-330
-400
-491
-499


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Driver Behind
1. Scott Speed Leader
2. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. -90
3. Matt Carter -135
4. Frank Kimmel -215
5. Justin Allgaier -255
6. Tom Hessert III -820
6. John Wes Townley -820
8. Ken Butler -835
9. Patrick Sheltra -840
10. Tayler Malsam -865


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heirs, beneficiaries, devi- said centerline of survey;
sees, legatees, spouses, thence departing said cen-
and creditors of Jessie terline of survey, run North
Miller, Deceased 8624'18" West 26.59 feet
Any interest claimed by Al- to an intersection of the
bert D. Liles and Richard existing westerly right of
H. Haskins, Trustees of the way line of said State
1100 Legal Advertising Church of Christ, an Unin- Road 79, as shown on said
1110 Classified Notices
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Announcements easterly extension of the
1130-Adoptions ITEM NO. 4071671 S.R. northerly line of that cer-
1140 Happy Ads 79 WASHINTON tain property as described
1150 Personals COUNTY in Official Records Book
1160 Lost DESCRIPTION 285, Page 562 of the Pub-
1170 Found FEE SIMPLE lic Records of Washington
RIGHT OF WAY County, Florida, and
Parcel 105R POINT OF BEGINNING;
A parcel of land being in thence North 8624'18"
,qL j y Section 35, Township 3 West 77.84 feet along said
-- 1100 North, Range 15 West, northerly property line, and
Washington County, Flor- the easterly extension
ida, described as follows: thereof, to the easterly line
Commence at a 2 1 inch of that certain property as
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT by 3 inch concrete monu- described in Official Rec-
FOR WASHINGTON ment (marked "BH") mark- ords Book 334, Page 290,
COUNTY, FLORIDA ing the southeast corner of said Public Records of
CASE NO. 67-08-CA-403 the Northeast 1/4 of said Washington County, Flor-
Section 35; thence North ida; thence North
STATE OF FLORIDA 8708'51" West 2,629.61 0 1 0 3 6 0 5 "
DEPARTMENT OF TRANS- feet along the south line of East 30.06 feet along said
PORTATION, said Northeast 14 of Sec- easterly property line to
Petitioner, tion 35 to the centerline of the southerly line of that
vs. survey of State Road 79, certain property as de-
P&CGROCERS, INC., as shown on F.D.O.T. scribed in Official Records
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and others 4071671 (said map being Public Records of Wash-
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NOTICE OF ACTION IN Office, Chipley, Florida); thence South 8624'27"
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NOTICE OF HEARING East 1,303.28 feet along southerly property line,
FOR CONSTRUCTIVE said centerline of survey; and the easterly extension
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East 19.52 feet along said westerly right of way line of
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FENDANTS thence departing said cen- South 0314'48" West
WESTERN MOUNTAIN terline of survey, run North 30.04 feet along said right
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A WYOMING CORPORA- to an intersection of the BEGINNING; Containing
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The unknown heirs, benefi- on said Right of Way Map SUBJECT TO: Peggy A.
ciaries, devisees, legatees, and POINT OF BEGINN- Riley, Peggy Angelique
spouses and creditors ING; thence South Strickland, and the un-
ADRON E. COATNEY, De- 10040'53" West 22.65 feet known heirs, beneficiaries,
ceased PARCEL 107 along said westerly right of devisees, legatees, and
The unknown heirs, benefi- way line; thence South creditors of Adron E.
ciaries, devisees, legatees, 0314'47" West 55.67 feet Coatney, Deceased
spouses and creditors of along said westerly right of
JAMES HASKINS, De- way line to the easterly ex- ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R.
ceased PARCEL 116 tension of the northerly line 79 WAS H IN GTO N
The unknown heirs, benefi- of that certain property as COUNTY
ciaries, devisees, legatees, described in Official Rec- DESCRIPTION
spouses and creditors ords Book 35, Page 141 of FEE SIMPLE
GARY HODGES, De- the Public Records of RIGHT OF WAY
ceased PARCEL 122 Washington County, Flor- Parcel 116
The unknown heirs, benefi- ida; thence North A parcel of land being in
ciaries, devisees, legatees, 8 6 0 2 4 2 7 Section 35, Township 3
spouses and creditors of West 78.70 feet along said North, Range 15 West,
MITCHELL B. HOWELL, extension and said prop- Washington County, Flor-
Deceased PARCEL 130R erty line to the westerly line ida, described as follows:
The unknown heirs, benefi- of said property as de- Commence at a 2 1/2 inch
ciaries; devisees, legatees, scribed in Official Records by 3 inch concrete monu-
spouses and creditors Book 35, Page 141; thence ment (marked "BH") mark-
JESSIE MILLER, South 01036'05" West ing ir,, ;.:,.,r,. i .:i,:.-,., ,:,i
Deceased 30.06 feet along said west- the ,.:,nre.o:-, ', 13,0
PARCEL 104 early property line to the Section 35; thence North
The unknown heirs, benefi- northerly line of that cer- 8708'51" West 2,629.61
ciaries, devisees, legatees, tain property as described feet along the south line of
spouses and creditors in Official Records Book said Northeast 1/4 of Sec-
EMMA DEE ROACH, De- 285, Page 562, said Public tion 35 to the centerline of
ceased PARCEL 116 Records; thence North survey of State Road 79,
all parties claiming inter- 86030'10" West 10.02 feet as shown on F.D.O.T.
ests by, through, under, or along said northerly prop- Right of Way Map F.R No.
against the named defend- erty line to the northwest 4071671 (said map being
ants; and all parties having corner thereof, being the on file at F.D.O.T. District 3
or claiming to have any northeast corner of that Office, Chipley, Florida);
right, title, or interest in certain property as de- thence North 0311'15"
and to the property de- scribed in Official Records East 1,303.28 feet along
scribed: Book 641, Page 390, said said centerline of survey;
ITEM NO. 4071671 S.R. Public Records, thence thence North 09057'45"
79 WASHINGTON continue North 8630'10" East 31.16 feet along said
COUNTY West 25.56 feet along the centerline of survey of
DESCRIPTION northerly line of said prop- State Road 79 to the cen-
FEE SIMP LE erty as described in Offi- terline of construction of
RIGHT OF WAY cial Records Book 641, State Road 277, as shown
Parcel of land bein in Page 390; thence depart- on said Right of Way Map;
A parcel of land being in ing said property line, run thence South 86006'52"
Section 35, Township 3 North 03011'15" East 83.84 East 192.32 feet along said
North, Range 15 West, feet; thence North centerline of construction
Washington County, Flor- 32057'46" West 27.77 feet of State Road 277 to a
ida, described as follows: to said existing southerly point on a tangent curve to
Commence at a 2 1/2 inch right of way line of Court the left (concave north-
by 3 inch concrete monu- Avenue; thence South westerly); thence south-
ment (marked "BH ) mark- 8719'00" East 132.84 feet easterly, easterly and
ing the southeast corner of along said southerly right northeasterly along said
the Northeast c1 of said of way line of Court Ave- centerline of construction
Section 35; thence North nue to POINT OF BEGINN- and said curve, having a
870851" West 2,629.61 ING; Containing 10,036 radius of 716.00 feet, for a
feet along the south line of square feet, more or less. distance of 174.00 feet,
said Northeast 1/ of Sec- OWNED BY: MON- through a central angle of
tion 35 to the centerline of ROE FRANK EAST- 13055'27" to end of curve;
survey of State Road 79, ERLING thence departing said cen-
as shown on FD.O.T. SUBJECT TO: U n r e terline of construction, run
Right of Way Map FR No. corded lease, if any, to South 10002'19" East
4071671 (said map being Frank's Auto Parts, Inc. 4 3 3 1
on file atFD.O.T. District 3 Mortgage recorded in OR feet to an intersection of
Office, Chipley, Florida); Book 286 at Page 84, in fa- the existing southerly right
thence North 0311 15" vor of, The Bank of Bonifay of way line of Court Street,
East 879.89 feet along said as shown on said Right of
centerline of survey; ITEM NO. 4071671- S. R. Way Map, with the north-
thence departing said cen- 79 WASHINGTON east corner of Lot 1, Block
terline of survey, run North COUNTY Two, Parish Addition to
86048'45" West 26.94 feet DESCRIPTION Vernon as recorded in Plat
to an intersection of the FEE SIMPLE Book 1, Page 41, of the
existing westerly right of RIGHT OF WAY Public Records of Wash-
way line of said State Parcel 107 ington County, Florida;
Road 79, as shown on said "A certain parcel of land thence South 02043'41"
Right of Way Map, with the beginning at a point 95 West 117.00 feet along the
easterly extension of the feet South from the North- east line of said Lot 1 to
northerly line of that cer- east Corner of the SE 1 of the southerly line of that
tain property as described NW 1/ of Section 35, certain property as de-
in Official Records Book Township 3 North, Range scribed in Official Records
39, Page 325 of the Public 15 West and running Book 68, Page 455, said
Records of Washington thence South 30 feet; Public Records of Wash-
County, Florida, and thence West 60 feet; ington County, Florida,
POINT OF BEGINNING thence North 30 feet; and POINT OF BEGINN-
thence North 87058'33 thence East 60 feet to ING; thence South
West 113.09 feet along point of beginning, lying 8728'50" East 40.00 feet
said northerly property line and being in Section 35, along said southerly prop-
and the easterly extension Township 3 North, Range erty line to the westerly line
thereof; thence departing 15 West."; of that certain property as
said line, run North BEING MORE PARTICU- described in Official Rec-
0311'15" East 6. feetto LARLY DESCRIBED AS ords Book 91, Page 133,
the southerly line of that FOLLOWS: said Public Records of
certain property as de- A parcel of land being in Washington County, Flor-
scribed in Official Records Section 35, Township 3 ida; thence South
Book 490, Page 297, said North, Range 15 West, 0243'41" West 109.16 feet
Public Records of Wash- .Washington County, Flor- along said westerly prop-
ngton County, Florida; ida, described as follows: erty line to the northerly
thence South 87 5833li Commence at a 2 inch line of that certain property
East 113.09feetalong said by 3 inch concrete monu- as described in Official
southerly property line and ment (marked "BH") mark- Records Book 273, Page
the easterly extension ing the southeast corner of 552, said Public ,Records
thereof, to said existing the Northeast of said of Washington County,
westerly right of way line of Section 35; thence North Florida; thence North
State Road 79; thence 8708'51" West 2,629.61 8805'21" West 40.00 feet
South 030 1448 West 6.00 feet along the south line of to the easterly line of said
eetalong said right of way said Northeast / of Sec- property as described in
line to POINT OF BEGINN tion 35 to the centerline of Official Records Book 273,
ING; Containing 679 survey of State Road 79, Page 552; thence North
square eet, more or lessI as shown on FD.O.T. 0243'41" East 57.10 feet
OWNED BY: JESSIE Right of Way Map F.R No. along said easterly prop-
MILLSUBJECTTO: Interest of 4071671 (said map being erty line to the southeast
SUB T T: Ierestof on file at ED.O.T. District 3 corner of said Lot 1;
Will Ruth Miller Johnson, Office, Chipley, Florida); thence continue North
Cindy Griggs and Marilea thence North 0311'15" 0243'41" East 52.48 feet
Pierce and the unknown East 1,217.37 feet along along said east line of Lot
i -


I 1100 I [ 1100
1 to POINT OF BEGINN- thence North 0957'45"
ING; Containing 4,680 East 31.16 feet along said
square feet, more or less. centerline of survey of
OWNED BY: JAMES State Road 79 to the cen-
HASKINS terline of construction of
SUBJECT TO: Retained State Road 277, as shown
interest in Emma Dee on said Right of Way Map;
Roach according to that thence South 86006'52"
instrument at OR Book 13, East 192.32 feet along said
Page 25 centerline of construction
Bobbie J. Haskins as the of State Road 277 to a
surviving spouse of James point on a tangent curve to
Haskins, and the unknown the left (concave north-
heirs, beneficiaries, devi- westerly); thence south-
sees, legatees, and credi- easterly, easterly and
tors of James Haskins northeasterly along said
The unknown heirs, benefi- centerline of construction
ciaries, devisees, legatees, and said curve, having a
spouses and creditors of radius of 716.00 feet, for a
Emma Dee Roach distance of 410.36 feet,
through a central angle of
ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R. 3250'17" to end of curve;
79 WASHINGTON thence North 61002'52"
COUNTY East 85.90 feet along said
DESCRIPTION centerline of construction
FEE SIMPLE to a point on a tangent
RIGHT OF WAY curve to the right (concave
Parcel 122 A northwesterly); thence
portion of Lot 25, Map of northeasterly along said
Vernon as per plat re- curve, having a radius of
corded in Plat Book 1, 1,528.00 feet, for a dis-
Page 23 of the Public Rec- tance of 328.43 feet,
words of Washington through a central angle of
County, Florida, being in 1218'55" to end of curve;
Section 35, Township 3 thence North 7321'46"
North, Range 15 West, East 71.11 feet along said
Washington County, Flor- centerline of construction;
ida, described as follows: thence departing said cen-
Commence at a 2 1/2 inch terline of construction, run
by 3 inch concrete monu- South 16038'14" East 47.75
ment (marked "BH") mark- feet to an intersection of
ing the southeast corner of the existing southeasterly
the Northeast 1/ of said right of way line of State
Section 35; thence North Road 277, as shown on
87008'51" West 2,629.61 said Right of Way Map,
feet along the south line of with the westerly line of
said Northeast V, of Sec- said Lot 35 and POINT OF
tion 35 to the centerline of BEGINNING; said point
survey of State Road 79, being on a non-tangent
as shown on F.D.O.T. curve to the left (concave
Right of Way Map F.R No. northwesterly); thence
4071671 (said map being (from a tangent bearing of
on file at F.D.O.T District 3 North 76006'35" East)
Office, Chipley, Florida); northeasterly along said
thence North 0311'15" right of way line and said
East 1,303.28 feet along curve, having a radius of
said centerline of survey; 1,960.08 feet, for a dis-
thence North 09057'45" tance of 131.17 feet,
East 31.16 feet along said through a central angle of
centerline of survey of 0350'04" to end of curve;
State Road 79 to the cen- thence South 1743'30"
terline of construction of East 43.00 feet to a point
State Road 277, as shown on a non-tangent curve to
on said Right of Way Map; the right (concave north-
thence South 86006'52" westerly); thence (from a
East 192.32 feet along said tangent bearing of South
centerline of construction 7216'31" West) southwest-
of State Road 277 to a erly along said curve, hav-
point on a tangent curve to ing a radius of 2,003.08
the left (concave north- feet, for a distance of 38.04
westerly); thence south- feet, through a central an-
easterly, easterly and gle of 0105'17" to end of
northeasterly along said curve; thence South
centerline of construction 7321'46" West 55.86 feet;
and said curve, having a 'thence North 87"32'36"
radius of 716.00 feet, for a West 50.57 feet to the
distance of 183.19 feet, southerly extension of the
irr.:.u.gr. a central angle of westerly line of.said Lot 35;
14 '.,' 4 to end of curve; thence North 02005'39"
thence departing said cen- East 30.31 feet along said
terline of construction, run southerly extension (also
South 1046'24" East 2.85 being the west line) of Lot
feet to an intersection of 35 to POINT OF BEGINN-
the existing northerly right ING; Containing 5,632
of way line of Court Street, square feet, more or less.
as shown on said Right of OWNED BY: MITCHELL
Way Map, with the south- B. HOWELL
east corner of said Lot 25, SUBJECT TO: If Mitchell
and POINT OF BEGINN- B. Howell is deceased, his
ING; thence North widow Eleanor B. Howell,
8724'09" West '94.37 feet son Randy Howell, and the
along said existing north- unknown heirs, beneficiar-
erly right of way line of ies, devisees, legatees,
Court Street to the south- spouses and creditors of
west corner of said Lot 25 Mitchell B. Howell
(southeast corner of Lot
26, said Map of Vernon); ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R.
thence North 0211'57" 79 WASHINGTON
East 27.18 feet along the COUNTY
westerly line of said Lot 25 DESCRIPTION
(easterly line of said Lot FEE SIMPLE
26) to a point on a RIGHT OF WAY
non-tangent curve to the Parcel 134
left (concave northwest- '"A parcel of land located in
early ; thence from a tan- Vernon, Florida, in Section
gent bearing of North 35, Township 3 North,
86030'36" East run -north- Range 15 West, Washing-
easterly along said curve, ton County, Florida, being
having a radius of 676.00 more particularly de-
feet, for a distance of 96.08 scribed as follows: To lo-
feet, through a central an- cate the point of beginning
gle of 08008'38" to the commence at a nail at the
e a s t Southeast corner of the
erly line of said Lot 25 and Northeast Quarter of the
end of curve; thence South Northwest Quarter of said
0231'24" West 44.11 feet Section 35; thence
along said east lot line to N03001'29"E, 406.32 feet to
POINT OF BEGINNING; a nail at the intersection
Containing 3,258 square West right-of-way of Flor-
feet, more or less. ida Highway 79 and the
OWNED BY: MARY North right-of-way of
HODGES or GARY Washington Street to the
HODGES point of beginning; thence
SUBJECTTO: If Gary N86017'40"W and on the
Hodges is deceased, his North right-of-way of said
spouse Mary Hodges, and Washington Street, 142.05
children Patricia Ann feet; thence N0356'11"E,
Hodges n/k/a Patricia Ann 198.69 feet to a point on
Herndon and Steven the Southerly bank of
Hodges, along with the un- Holmes Creek; thence
known heirs, beneficiaries, N8627'40"E and on the
devisees, legatees, Southerly bank of said
spouses and creditors of Holmes Creek, 135.00 feet
Gary Hodges to a point on the West
right-of-way of said Florida
ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R. Highway 79; thence
79 WASHINGTON S0145'36"W and-on the
COUNTY West right-of-way of said
DESCRIPTION Florida Highway 79, 55.60
FEE SIMPLE feet to an iron pin; thence
RIGHT OF WAY continue "W and on the
Parcel 130R West right-of-way of said
A portion of Lots 34 and Florida Highway 79, 55.60
35, Map of Vernon as per feet to an iron pin; thence
plat recorded in Plat Book continue S0145'36"W and
1, Page 23 of the Public on the west right-of-way of
Records of Washington said Florida Highway 79,
County, Florida, being in 160.24 feet to the point of
Section 35, Township 3 beginning."; Containing
North, Range 15 West, 0.525 acres, more or less.
Washington County, Flor- OWNED BY: P & C
ida, described as follows: GROCERS, INC., AN ALA-
Commence at a 2 inch BAMA CORPORATION
by 3 inch concrete monu- SUBJECT TO: Mortgage
ment (marked "BH") mark- recorded in OR Book 525
ing the southeast corner of at Page 331, in favor of,
the Northeast % of said BLX Capital, LLC. n/k/a
Section 35; thence North Ciena Capital Funding,
8708'51" West 2,629.61 LLC
feet along the south line of Mortgage recorded in OR
said Northeast V, of Sec- Book 628 at Page 0003, in
tion 35 to the centerline of favor of, H.B. Paulk Gro-
survey of State Road 79, cery Company, Inc, erro-
as shown on F.D.O.T. neously named therein as
Right of Way Map F.R No. H.L. Paulk Grocery Conm-
4071671 (said map being pany, Inc.
on file at F.D.O.T. District 3
Office, Chipley, Florida); ITEM NO. 4071671 S R.
thence North 0311'15" 79 WASHINGTON
East 1,303.28 feet along COUNTY
said centerline of survey; DESCRIPTION


| 1100 | 1100 1100 11r 1100o
FEE SIMPLE Page 533, of the Public ING CORPORATION DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
RIGHT OF WAY Records of Washington LOCATION OF THIS NO-
Parcel 142R County, Florida, and A petition in eminent do- TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
A. A parcel of land being in POINT OF BEGINNING; main has been filed to ac- AFTER THE DATE OF
Section 26, Township 3 thence South 3628'32" quire certain property in- SERVICE OF A COPY OF
North, Range 15 West, West 878.34 feet along terests in Washington THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Washington County, Flqr- said existing northwesterly County, Florida. All creditors of the dece-
ida, described as follows: right of way line of State Each defendant is required dent and other persons
Commence at a 5/8 inch Road 79 to the existing to serve written defenses having claims or demands
iron rod and cap stamped easterly right of way line of to the petition on against the Decedent's es-
"LB 6816" marking the County Road 279 (Pate petitioner's attorney, tate on which a copy of
northeast corner of -the Pond Road), as shown on whose name and address this notice is served within
Southeast 1% of said Sec- said Right of Way Map; are shown below, on or three months after date of
tion 26; thence North thence North 14014'43" before November 12, the first publication of this
86037'48" West 934.18 feet West 108.52 feet along 2008, and to file the origi- notice must file their
along the north line of said said existing easterly right nal of the defenses with claims with this Court
Southeast 14 to the center- of way line of County Road the clerk of this court either WITHIN THE LATER OF
line of survey of State 279; thence departing said before service on the THREE MONTHS AFTER
Road 79, as shown on right of way line, run North petitioner's attorney or im- THE DATE OF THE FIRST
Florida Department of 36'28'32" East 377.55 feet mediately thereafter, show- PUBLICATION OF THIS
Transportation (FD.O.T.) to a point on a ing what right, title, inter- NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
Right of Way Map FR non-tangent curve to the est, or lien defendant has AFTER THE DATE OF
4071671 (said map being right (concave northeast- in or to the property de- SERVICE OF A COPY OF
on file at FD.O.T. District 3 erly); thence (from a tan- scribed in the petition, and THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
Office, Chipley, Florida); gent bearing of South to show cause why that All other creditors of the
thence South 3628'32" 51004'40" East) southeast- property should not be Decedent and persons
West 1,369.04 feet along erly along said curve, hav- taken for the uses and pur- having claims or demands
said centerline of survey; ing a radius of 1,440.00 poses set forth in the peti- against the Decedents es-
thence departing said cen- feet, for a distance of 5.00 tion. If any defendant fails tate must. file their claims
terline of survey, run South feet, through a central an- to do so, a default will be with this Court WITHIN
53031'28" East 50.00 feet gle of 00011'57" to end of entered against that de- THREE MONTHS AFTER
t o curve; thence North fendant for the relief de- THE DATE OF THE FIRST
the existing southeasterly 34045'38" East 432.55 feet manded in the petition. PUBLICATION OF THIS
right of way line of said to said southerly property PLEASE TAKE NOTICE NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS,
State Road 79, as shown line as per Official Records that a declaration of taking DEMANDS AND OBJEC-
on said Right of Way Map, Book 472, Page 533; has been filed in this TIONS NOT SO FILED
and POINT OF BEGINN- thence South 53029'09" cause and that petitioner WILL BE FOREVER
ING; thence departing said East 91.95 feet along said will apply for an order of BARRED.
right of way line, continue southerly property line to taking and any other order The date of first publica-
South 53031'28" East POINT OF BEGINNING; the court deems proper tion of this Notice is Sep-
2 6 0 0 Containing 1.642 acres, before the Honorable Allen tember 13, 2008.
feet; thence South more or less. L. Register, one of the
36'28'32" West 187.30 feet OWNED BY: WEST- judges of this court, on Attorney for Personal Rep-
to the northerly line of that E R N November 26th, 2008, at resentative:
certain property as de- MOUNTAIN CAPITAL 8:30 a.m. Central Standard Brown and Brown
scribed in Official Records CORPORATION, A Time, at the Washington Attorneys at Law, PA.
Book 574, Page 222 of the W Y 0 M County Courthouse at Thomas J. Brown, Esq.
Public Records of Wash- ING CORPORATION Chipley, Florida. All de- For the Firm
ington County, Florida; fendants in this action may Florida Bar: 0781967
thence North 5308'56" ITEM NO. 4071671 S.R. request a hearing at the 1102 East Tennessee
West 26.00 feet along said 79 WASH INGTON time and place designated Street
northerly property line to COUNTY and be heard. Any defend- Tallahassee, Florida
said existing southeasterly DESCRIPTION ant failing to file a request 32308
right of way line; thence FEE SIMPLE for hearing shall waive any (850) 224-2800
North 3628'32" East RIGHT OF WAY right to object to the order Personal Representative
187.13 feet along said Parcel 1104 of taking. Mrs. Odell Bell Murray
existing southeasterly right A parcel of land being in WITNESS my hand and 4986 Spring Run Road
of way line to POINT OF Section 26, Township 3 the seal of this court on Vernon, Florida 32462
BEGINNING; Containing North, Range 15 West, 9/16/08. As published in the Wash-
4,868 square feet, more or Washington County, Flor- LINDA HAYES COOK ington County News Sep-
less. ida, described as follows: As Clerk of Court tember 13, 20, 2008.
ALSO: Commence at a 5/8 inch By K. McDaniel
B. A parcel of land being iron rod and cap stamped As Deputy Clerk
in Section 26, Township 3 "LB 6816" marking the
North, Range 15 West, northeast corner of the TIMOTHY H. WELLS
Washington County, Flor- Southeast % of said Sec- Attorney for Petitioner
ida, described as follows: tion 26; thence North Post Office Box 607 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Commence at a 5/8 inch 8637'48" West 992.68 feet Chipley, Florida 32428 FOR WASHINGTON
iron rod and cap stamped along the north line of said (850) 415-9289 COUNTY, FLORIDA
"LB 6816" marking the Southeast '/4 to the center- Florida Bar No.: 559806 CASE NO. 67-08 CA 233
northeast corner of the line of construction of As published in the Wash-
Southeast 1/4 of said Sec- State Road 79, as shown ington County News Sep- WACHOVIA BANK, N.A.,
tion 26; thence North on FD.O.T. Right of Way tember 20, 27, 2008. as custodian for the Roger
8637'48" West 934.18 feet Map F.R #4071671 (said H. Brooks IRA U/A, dated
along the north line of said map being on file at July 1,1993,
Southeast '/ to the center- F.D.O.T. District 3 Office, Plaintiff,
line of survey of State Chipley, Florida); thence IN THE CIRCUIT COURT vs.
Road 79, as shown on South 36028'32" East OF THE 14th JUDICIAL THOMAS R. SCHMITT,
Florida Department of 1426.29 feet along said CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR, Defendant.
Transportation (F.D.O.T.) centerline of construction; WASHINGTON COUNTY,
Right of Way Map F.R thence departing said FLORIDA. NOTICE OF ACTION
#4071671 (said map be- centerline of construction, PROBATE DIVISION
ing on file at F.D.O.T Dis- run North 53031'28" West Case No.: 67-07-CP-049 TO: THOMAS SCHMITT
trict 3 Office, Chipley, Flor- 85.00 feet to the POINT OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
ida); thence South BEGINNING; said point In Re the Estate Of: an action for mortgage
36028'32" West 336.02 feet being on a non-tangent THOMAS MURRAY, JR., foreclosure and damages
along said centerline of curve to the right (concave Deceased has been filed against you
survey; thence departing northeasterly); thence from and you are required to
said centerline of survey, a tangent bearing of North NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA- serve a copy of your writ-
run North 5333'16" West 51017'41" West run north- TION ten defenses, if any, to it
50.00 feet to an intersec- westerly along said curve, on TIMOTHY H. WELLS,
tion of the existing north- having a radius of 1,580.00 The administration of the plaintiff's attorney, whose
westerly right of way line of feet, for a distance of Estate of THOMAS MUR- address is R 0. Box 155,
said State Road 79, as 363.33 feet, through a cen- RAY, JR., deceased Case Bonifay, FL 32425, on or
shown on said Right of tral angle of 1310'32" to Number 67-07-CP-049, is before October 24, 2008,
Way Map, with the north- said existing easterly right pending in the Circuit and file the original with
early line of that certain of way line of County Road Court for Washington the clerk of this court either
property as described in 279; thence North County, Florida, Probate before service on plaintiff's
Official Records Book 555, 1414'43" West 633.26 feet Division, the address of attorney or immediately
Page 538 of the Public along said right of way which is Clerk of the Cir- thereafter; otherwise a de-
Records of Washington line; thence departing said cuit Court, Washington fault Will be entered
County, Florida, and right of way line, run North County Courthouse, 1293 against you for the relief
POINT OF BEGINNING; 75030'33" East 4.83 feet to Jackson Avenue, Post Of- demanded in the com-
thence continue North a point on a non-tangent fice Box 647, Chipley, Flor- plaint or petition.
53033'16" West 100.00 feet curve to the left (concave ida 32428. The names Dated this 17 day of Sep-
along said northerly prop- northeasterly); thence from and addresses of the Per- tember, 2008.
erty line; thence departing a tangent bearing of South sonal Representative and LINDA COOK, Clerk of the
said property line, run 14029'28" East run south- her attorney are set forth Court
North 3628'32" East 96.49 easterly along said curve, below. By: K. McDaniel
feet; thence South having a radius of 1,440.00 ALL INTERESTED PER- Deputy Clerk
53o31'28" East 7.00 feet; feet, for a distance of SONS ARE NOTIFIED As published in the Wash-
thence North 36028'32" 919.52 feet, through a cen- THAT: ington County News Sep-
East 600.00 feet; thence tral angle of 3635'12" to All persons upon whom tember 20, 27, October 4,
North 53031'28" West end of curve; thence South this notice is served who 11,2008.
3 3 '. 0 0 36028'32" West 140.12 feet have objections that chal-
feet; thence North to POINT OF BEGINNING; lenge the qualifications of
3628'32" East 350.00 feet; Containing 1.794 acres, the Personal Representa-
thence South 53031'28" more or less. tive, venue, or jurisdiction
East 27.00 feet; thence OWNED BY: WEST- of this Court are required IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
North 36028'32" East E R N to file their objections with FOR WASHINGTON
550.00 feet; thence North MOUNTAIN CAPITAL this Court WITHIN THE COUNTY, FLORIDA
3739'20" East 291.41 feet; CORPORATION, A LATER OF THREE 'CASE NO. 08-145 CC
thence South 14021'26" W Y 0 M MONTHS AFTER THE
East 119.95 feet to said
existing northwesterly right
of way line of State Road
79; thence South -
3 6 2 8 3 2
West 1,812.03 feet along
said right of way line to
POINT OF BEGINNING
Containing 4.326 acres,
more or less.
ALSO: "1 9_ .
C. A parcel of land being
in Section 26, Township 3
North, Range 15, West,
Washington County, Flor- 5 rg
ida, described as follows:
Commence at a 5/8 inch
iron rod and cap stamped
"LB 6816" marking the
northeast corner of the C&C Bookkeeping and For Rent first in Chipley,
Southeast (/ of said Sec- Tax Setrvice. Open 5 days Sod For Sale on the farm, Mini Warehouses. If you
tion 26; thence North a week. 8am to 5pm. Call delivered or installed. Cen- don't have the room, "We
86037'48" West 934.18 feet (850)638-1483 tipede and 419 Bermuda. Do" Lamar Townsend
along the north line of said West Florida Turf (850)638-4539, north of
Southeast to the center- ( 8 5 0) 4 1 5 0 3 8 5 ; Townsends.
line of survey of State (850)638-4860. Estab-
Road 79, as shown on [ished 1980 Mini Storage in Chipley.
Florida Department of W All sizes for rent. We
Transportation (D.O.T.) Headliners and Vinyl heSod Sod Sod uclity you 850)326-2399
Right of Way Map R Tops Mobile Unit. I do the c Sdp d oun. ro Irrig36ted,
#4071671 (said map be- work at your home or can depend on. Irrigated,
ing on file at ED.O.T. Dis- workplace.Reasonable Cend and C Ss Augus.
trict 3 Office, Chipley, Flor- rates on new vinyl eo Centipede and St. Augus-
ida); thence South and auto carpeting. tine. Delivery and instalia
3628'32"West 886.05 feet estimates. Call anti e tion available. 8 miles SW B&M Mower Repair &
along said centerline of leave message. () of Chipley for easy cus- Service. Quality work at a
survey;ln tha ence departing 638o7351 tomer hauling. Call any- fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
said centerline of survey, time. Billy and Leola Brock ery Available. Bill or Mary
run North 53029'09" West (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 (850)638-4492
50.00 feet to an intersec-
tion of the existing north- Sewing Machine and Vac-
westerly right of way line of Top Soil, Mushroom uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
said State Road 79 as Compost, Rock, Yard anteed service on all
shown on said Right of Carpentry, pressure wash- Sand and Cypress Mulch, makes and models. Free
Way Map, with the south- ing, lawn care, patio & win- Call: 773-3349 or estimates. Western Auto,
erly line of that certain dow re-screening, great 850-570-3776. BILANCO. 216N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
property as described in rates. (850)638-4492 547-3910
Official Records Book 472,







10 Saturday, September 20, 2008 0 Washington County News


I 1100 I
IRENE G. FISH, AS TRUS-
TEE FOR THE IRENE G.
FISH TRUST,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANTOINETTE ELGERT,
Defendant.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: ANTOINETTE
ELGERT
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action for mortgage
foreclosure and damages
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on TIMOTHY H. WELLS,
plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is RP 0. Box 155,
Bonifay, FL 32425, on or
before October 24, 2008,
and file the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the com-
plaint or petition.
Dated this 17 day of Sep-
tember, 2008.
LINDA COOK, Clerk of the
Court
By: K.McDaniel
Deputy Clerk
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Sep-
tember 20, 27, October 4,
11,2008.


Lien Sale

Chipley Storage LLC of
1411 Brickyard Road,
Chipley, FL 32428,
pursuant to the provisions
of the Florida "Mini
Self-Storage Landlord and
Tenant Act" (FL Stat.
83.801 et sec.) hereby pro-
vide NOTICE OF SALE un-
der said Act, to wit:
on October 4, 2008 at 7:00
am, Chipley Storage LLC
will conduct a public sale
under Said act, for non
payment of rents, of the
goods and contents of:
Units# 23, 34, 42. Cash
only, No checks, All Sales
are Final.
All of the following storage
units consist of household
goods and unknown
items.
Unit# 23 David and Edna
Kinsey
Unit# 34 Greg Adkins
Unit# 42 David and Edna
Kinsey
As published in the Wash-
ingtin County News Sep-
tember 13, 20, 2008.


COLOR SELLS!'
Get Your Classified Ad
in I
COLOR. I
Call now for details
and be noticed
638-0212 I
or
547-9414





7yr. old Gelding Black
Tennessee Walker, great
with kids, good trail rider.
$3200 OBO. Call
850-271-12,48 or
850-527-6262.





Free To Good Home,
beautiful face, loving
Tabby kitten, female, has a
special story. Call
850-773-8218.



| 2130 |
Goats For Sale. Nannies
and Billies, different sizes.
Call 535-4116.





Wanted To Buy antiques,
collectibles, gold; silver,
dinnerware, collections,
paintings, call Al Schmidt
850-638-7304





B&B Furniture 1342 North
RR Avenue, Chipley. We
pay cash for clean, quality
furniture. 850-557-0211 or
850-415-6866. Ask for
Pasco or Carolyn

Furniture & Mattresses
Low, low, low overhead
guarantees low, low, low
prices. P&S Discount Fur-
niture, Chipley. (Since
1973) 850-638-4311

Call To Place An Ad
In Classifieds.
Washington County
News
(850) 638-0212
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser
(850) 547-9414


ADOPTION


ADOPTION Caring, loving, financially
secure couple is looking to adopt a
baby. Medical, living expenses paid,
counseling. Call Karen @ Atty. Brenner
Office (800)362-9660 *Confidential
#260101.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

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


AUTO DONATIONS


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Info www.ubcf.info FREE Towing, Tax
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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!

Financial Freedom for you. $1000/
day returning phone calls. Not MLM.
No buying or selling products. Legal,
moral and ethical. www.mygoldplan.
com/bigmoney (888)276-8596.

OWN A RECESSION Proof Business
Established accounts with the average
owner Earning over $200K a year call
24/7 (866)622-8892 Code X.

All Cash!!! $500-$3500 Possible Daily.
No Selling. No Products. No Explaining.
CALL NOW!!! (888)995-9333 www.
mygoldplan.com/richone/

CARS FOR SALE

Police Impounds for Sale! 95 Honda
Accord $500! 93 Acura Legend $500!!
For listings call (800)366-9813 Ext
9271.


EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

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.

Post Office Now Hiring! Avg Pay
$20/hr or $57K/yr Including Federal


4 Family Yardsale, Sept
20th, 7am-until. South on
Orange Hill Hwy from
Alford West on Orange Hill
Hwy one mile So. of water
tower on Orange Hill Hwy.
1105 Garner Way. Baby
items, kitchen items,
clothes, toys, computer
and much more.
In Home Moving Sale.
Sat. & Sun., Sept. 20&21,
2:00-5:00 on Sun. Every-
thing must go. Portable
DW, furniture, wall hang-
ings, household items. 4th
Ave. N., Esto.

Saturday Sept. 20th, 8am
until, portable dishwasher,
washing machine, some
home interior and misc
items.. 5276 Alabama St in
Graceville.
YARD SALE; October 4,
2008. 8:00am-1:00pm. On
corner of Hwy 90 and Hwy
77. Directly behind New
Life Fellowship Church.




Cat Fish Pond now open.
$1.501lb. 1608 Hwy 90 in
Chipley. Stop at house
between Surplus Salvage
& Pik Quick.
Eddie's Backyard
Tomatoes-We have Amish
farm pumpkins, peaches,
boil peanuts, tupelo
honey, vine-ripe tomatoes,
Mississippi sweet pota-
toes, sweet yellow onions.
Open Mon-Sat 10am till
6pm. 1602 South Blvd at
Vernon Hwy (277) in Chip-
ley. Call 850-260-9079.
Drive on in the backyard.
r K & L Farm '

Green Peanuts
For Boiling
1567 Piney Grove Rd.
I 8-6, Mon-Fri, 8-5, Sat. I
638-5002, 260-5003 or
527-3380.




Trapped by Alcohol?
For Medical treatment of
Alcohol usage
and abuse
Call 850-638-4555
for once a month
treatment.



3280 o
Wanted- Used lawn
mower trailer, 6x10..
Also, need used equip-
ment trailer w/military
hitch, 8x20. Call 548-5234.


Benefits and OT. Placed by adSource
not affiliated w/USPS who hires. Call
(866)713-4492.


HEALTH


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


HELP WANTED


DRIVERS: CALL ASAP! $$ Sign-On
Bonus $$ 35-41cpm Earn over $1000
weekly! Excellent Benefits Need CDL-
A & 3 mos recent OTR (877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com.

Colonial Life seeks an entrepreneurial
professional with sales experience to


For Sale: tanning bed,
$1,500., 24 bulbs, used 20
hours or less. Baby bed
new $150. Call
850-263-6999
Taxi Service

Dependable Taxi: local &
long distance, great
prices; Call, daytime;
850-849-1315 or night:
850-547-5292



FOR SALE: Pianos,
Drums, Guitars, Band
Instruments.
WANTED; USED INSTRU-
MENTS.
LESSONS: Guitar, Bass,
Drums, Piano, ext.
Covington Music,
850-638-5050
850-557-1918.



4100


S 3320 (

Leola Brock Nurseries
LLC Plants, trees and
shrubs. Landscape design,
landscape contracting, irri-
gation systems. 1788
White Road, Bonifay, FL
32425 (Washington
County) (850)638-1202;
326-1500







A growing church in the
Panhandle is seeking the
Lords direction for a
Bi-vocational youth Minis-
ter. Those interested
should send resumes to
the Gully Springs Baptist
Church, Attention Search
Committee, PC Box 745,
Bonifay, Florida, 32425 or
timhall2000@yahoo.com.


Are you an energetic and dependable
worker? If so, you qualify for an
opportunity to launch your career with a
growing company! You must be willing
to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
Come by, introduce yourself and fill our
an application. (EOE)

We offer great benefits to qualifying
employees such as 401k, group medical
and dental insurance, employee stock
purchase, vacation, life and LTD
insurance, uniforms and per diem.

ki aadtffe/rencew /Otiw
conouuoidy cndur ow industry
jiwe 1946"
We are now taking applications for
-Welders
-Mechanics
-Class A CDL Drivers
-Equipment Operators
-Construction Crew Laborers
www.trawickconstruction.com

1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, Fl
850.638.0429


VAAIN.CL 809094


VACATIONS. CALL (800)910-9941
TODAY! REF #FL08.

REAL ESTATE

South Carolina low country Hunting/
Recreation Tracts for sale. Close to I-
95 in Bamberg CO. Peaceful/secluded
and loaded with deer, turkey, hogs and
timber value too. 42ac-85ac-120ac-
235ac-500ac-730ac- all on the Little
Salkahatchie river. Roads, game plots,
stands new Ready to hunt. Priced
below market!! Call Now (803)826-6033
(Brokers Protected).

STEAL MY MARSHFRONT Owner
sacrifice!!! Drop dead gorgeous
Marshfront. My neighbor paid $389,900.
I'll sell mine for less than the bank
repo's. My six figure loss is your gain.
$229,900. Call: (888)306-4734.


become a District Manager. A Life/
Health license is required. Substantial 35+ Acres from $34,900 First Come,
earnings- potential. Please contact: First Served Saturday, October 4, 2008
meredith.brewer@coloniallife.com or Southern Colorado ranches Excellent
call (904)424-5697. financing available Call for your private
property tour (866)696-5263 x4576.


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


Lakefront living at its finest. Hbmesites
available nestled in the mountains of
NC along 150 miles of shoreline. 30%
discounts for limited time (800)709-
LAKE.


Driver-BYNUM TRANSPORT- needs
qualified drivers for Central Florida- East Tennessee affordable lake lots and
Local & National OTR positions. Food homes minutes from the Great Smoky
grade tanker, no hazmat, no pumps, Mountains on pristine Norris Lake. Call
great benefits, competitive pay & new Lakeside Realty @(888)291-5253 or
equipment. (866)GO-BYNUM. Need 2 visit www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.
years experience.
VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS 2 acres on
Deliver RVs for pay! Deliver "new" RVs mountain top near New River State
to all 48 states and Canada. Get paid Park, great fishing, view, private.
to travel! For details log on to www. $29,500 must.sell, call owner (866)789-
RVdeliveryJobs.com. 8535.

HOMES FOR RENT Beautiful 64 acre farm with 2500-/+
square foot executive home located
Venice New 1 and 2 bedroom homes in Thomas County, GA. Would make a
from $900 per month in active lifestyle great horse farm... 529,900. Call Norris
community with waterfront sites, resort Bishop Realty @ (229)890-1186.
amenities, on-site activities and events.
(866)823-9860. *LOW $ DOWN HOMES* Gov't &
Bank Repos! Little $ Down! Call Now!
3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $12,600! Only (800)861-5890
$199/Mo! 5% down 20 years @ 8%
apr. Buy, 4/BR $259/Mo! For listings TENNESSEE LAND RUSH! 1+acre to
(800)366-9783 Ext 5798. 2acre homesites, wood, views. Starting
at $59,900. Tenn River & Nick-a-Jack
MISCELLANEOUS view tracts now available! Retirement
guide rates this area #2 is U.S. places
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from to retire. Low cost of living, no'impact
Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, fee. (330)699-2741 or (866)550-5263,
*Computers, .*Criminal Justice. Job Ask About Mini Vacation!


placement assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call
(866)858-2121, www.CenturaOnline.
com.

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.

NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST OFFICE
JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO EXPERIENCE,
PAID TRAINING, FED BENEFITS,


ANF
ADVERTISING NIEr'kOPKS OF FLOPIDA

ClasrfiEd I Di CIlay I Metro Dally





| Week Of
September 22-28, 2008


FAdmin/Healthcare

Doctors Memorial
Hospital
has an immediate posi-
I tion available for a
full-time M-F Billing
Clerk. At least one year
of hospital billing
| experience required.
| Interested applicants
can send their resume
S to
I RO. Box 188, Bonifay,
FL.32425,
Attn: Christy Booth,
| Human Resources
I Department.
Or apply in person at
2600 Hospital Drive.
Doctors Memorial
SHospital is a Drug Free
Workplace.
EOE.
Li-.-- - -

Administrative
Administrative Asst.
Excellent computer
skills. Engineering &
Construction field. Flexi-
ble hours,
PT to FT.
$10-$15 an hour
w/benefits.
Minimal travel.
Email resume to
mnance@mtnre-
sources.com
or fax to
1-866-268-9253.

General

POSTAL JOBS
$17.89-$28.27 /HR, Now
Hiring. For application &
Free Government job
info, Call American As-
soc of Labor.
1-913-599-8226, 24hrs.
emp. serv.

General

The Den in Chipley
seeks experienced
seamstresses.
$10 an hour.
Must have experience
with bedding:
Duvets, shams, etc. us-
ing a sewing machine
and a serger.
A prescreen is required.
Please call
(850)638-5554.
No walk-ins.

Healthcare

ARNP Needed for local
Medical Practice. Mon-
day thru Friday. If inter-
ested, please send re-
sume to: ARNR RO.
Box 947, Chipley, FL.
For more information,
please call
850-638-1230.

Healthcare
Southern Health
Partner's Inc. is currently
accepting applications for
reliable HAA"'s and CNA's
in the Bonifay area for
Home care. Shift available
8am to 8pm Call
866-445-2380 for more in-
formation.



Logistics/Transportation

Tour Bus Driver
needed with tour bus or
school bus 2 years ex-
perience a must. Part time
leading into full time. (850)
773-3900.
Webld#34007993

Mechanic

Employment Opportunity
The Holmes County Board
of County Commissioners
is currently accepting
applications for the posi-
tion of Mechanic II at the
Holmes County Road
Department. Eligible appli-
cants may obtain a com-
plete job description and
application at the Holmes
County Commissioners Of-
fice, 201 N Oklahoma
Street, Bonifay, FL 32425,
Monday thru Friday be-
tween the hours of 8 am
and 5 pm or online at
www.holmescountyfl.org.
Application deadline is
2:00
pm September 25, 2008.
All applications should be
turned in to the County
Administrator 's office lo-
cated in the Holmes
C o u n t y
Courthouse.Holmes
County is a Drug-Free
Workplace and Equal Op-
portunity Employer.

Medical

Holmes County Florida is
seeking a Director of
Emergency Medical Ser-
vices. Requires a mini-
mum of an EMT certifica-
tion with two years experi-
ence at that classification,
plus five years manage-
ment experience. An AS
degree is desired, but not
necessary. A bachelor's
degree in the appropriate
discipline can substitute
for two years of experi-
ence. Current Director is
retiring after 30 years serv-
ice. Submit resumes to:
Holmes County Adminis-
trator, 201 N. Oklahoma
St, Suite 203, Bonifay, FL
32425. Deadline for appli-
cations will be October
3rd, 2008 with an antici-
pated start date of Novem-
ber 2nd. Applications and
a complete job description
can be downloaded at
www.holmescountyfl.org
or may be picked up at the
County Administrator's of-


fice.
Holmes County is an
Equal Opportunity Em-
ployer and a Drug Free
Workplace.

Other

Mystery Shoppers, get
paid to shopI Retail/dining
establishments need un-
derercover clients to judge
quality customer service.
Earn up to $150. a day.
Call (888)-523-1013.


'Other

| Prologlx
is looking to hire a mer-
Schandiser in your area
Ito merchandise maga- I
I zines and books in local
retail accounts. Must be
I able to lift 45-65 Ibs re- I
I petitively. Clean driving 1
, record and drug free is
la must. Approx. 7-10I
I hours weekly. Call I
1334-792-5279 for more,
information.
Sales Representatives:

Avon Representatives
Needed; Earn gasoline
and spending money. Ap-
pointment fee $10. Phone-
Dwayne Atkins @
850-547-1640. ISR

Trades

ELECTRICIANS
and helpers
needed.Commercial
experience required.

Top pay, benefits, and
excellent opportunity for
advancement.

Drug free workplace.
Apply Tues-Thurs. at
Coltin Electric,
17203-E Panama City
Beach Parkway, PCB.

Trades

Mediacom
Communications,
the 8th largest cable
company in the United
States and covering
over 23 states, has an
immediate opening in
Bonifay for
Installer
No technical experience
necessary. Performs
installs for cable and
high speed internet.
Positions located in our
Bonifay location. Must
have a valid Driver's
License.
Mediacom offers
competitive pay and
great benefits along
with advancement
opportunities. For
immediate considera-
tion, please fax your
resume to
(850) 916-7785
or mail to
1613 Nantahala Beach
Road, Gulf Breeze, FL.
35263
or email to
gb@mediacomcc.com.
EOE M/F/D




Other

Mystery Shoppers. Earn
up to $100 a day. Under-
cover shoppers needed to
judge retail/ dining estab-
lishments. Exp not re-
quired. Please Call
1-800.308-4616.




ART Gallery for RENT.
Special rate for only
$250.00 a month.
Water, Sewer and Gar-
bage pickup included.
Call 850 547-5244 to fill
out an application.

Executive Office space
I for lease on Brickyard I
Rd. Great location
across from Chipley
I High School. 638-7700 I
I www.chipleyofficefor |
lease.com

Executive Office Space
for rent downtown Chipley.
638-1918
Meeting Space available
for hourly, daily or weekly
rental. Room for your spe-
cial occasion or for profes-
sional seminar. Call
850-260-1151.

Office space for lease,
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.




Apartment for Rent: 2
bedrooms 2 1/2 baths.
Townhouse Apartment in
Bonifay. NO pets allowed.
Phone 850-547-3129

APARTMENTS FOR
RENT
Based on family income
and must Qualify.
Geothermal HVAC.
Apply at 1370 Old Boni-
fay Rd. Application must
be completed at office.
638-0134. Equal Hous-
ing Opportunity.

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


For Rent: Ridgewood
Apartments, 602 S. Weeks
St. Bonifay. Remodeled
and NEW OWNERS. 1, 2,
3, Bedrooms. Call
850-557-7732
LARGE 1BR Apartment
$450, SD $250. Downtown
Chipley, convenient loca-
tion. Rent includes stove,
refrigerator, city water,
sewer, garbage. Sorry no
pets or HUD.
850-638-3306.
One bedroom unfurnished
apartment. No pets. WD's
Bait & Tackle, 7th St and
South Blvd.


U6140

1BR Furnished House.
WD, water/garbage pro-
vided. Smoke free, no
pets. Credit check, appli-
cation required. $550
month, $450 deposit.
850-638-1272.
2BR/1BA House in Chip-
ley. Water, sewer & gar-
bage included. $600
month, $300 deposit.
850-814-2625.
2BR/1BA. CH/A. No pets.
601 2nd Street. $400 de-
posit, $470 month.
850-326-2920.
3BR/1 BA. Graceville.
Cute, clean, completely re-
modeled. Large yard, stor-
age shed, in town. $550
month. Garbage & pest
control included.
850-691-8318.
3BR/1BA Block House in
country between Chipley &
Wausau on Joe Neel Rd.
Central air/heat, fireplace.
HUD accepted. $600
month. 260-2991
2BR/1BA House in town.
CH/A. $450. 638-3514.
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.
For Rent- Like New
2BR/2BA. South of Chip-
ley. No pets, smoke free.

850-685-2353.
For Rent/owner finance:
2BR/1BA block home in
Bonifay on a fenced lot
and a half. Central heat/air.
$1,000.00 to move in and
$500.00 a month. For info
850-849-1684
For Rent; 3BR/2BA Brick
Ranch house 14,00 sq.,
feet $550. Month 3BR/2BA
trailer, Ponce de Leon
area, $325. 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

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S 6170
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/1BA MH on Wages
Pond. Rd. % miles from
Washington Cl. $350
month. 850-373-8760.

2BR/1BA Mobile Home in
Bonifay.. $350 month.
Near Bonifay Elementary
School. 850-547-3746.
2BR/1BA Trailer in town.
Central air/heat. $400
month. 260-2991.
2BR/2BA On Water.
Sewer, water & lawn main-
tenance furnished. No
pets. First month rent plus
deposit. 850-482-5274.
3BR/2BA 14X70 Mobile
home located in Chipley,
FL, at 1105 South Blvd.
$525/mo plus
$500/deposit. Call
850-209-5696.
3BR/2BA real nice Mobile
Home just outside Chipley
city limits. All electric,
deep well water. No pets.
$550 month plus deposit.
Day phone, 638-4630,
night phone, 638-1434.
3BR/2BA Singlewide
CH/A. 2614 Springhill Rd.,
2 miles south of Bonifay off
Jenkins Rd.
850-373-8922.
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.
3BR/2BA Mobile home,
$300. per month. Located
in New Hope area off Hwy.
# 2 on Leavins Rd. Call
850-956-4564


For Rent: 1BR/1BA, mo-
bile home on St. Johns
Road, Bonifay. NO DOGS.
$800. to move in and
$400. a month. For info
850-849-1684
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


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6170
3BR/2BA Doublewide.
Water/sewage included.
Big yard. $650 month.
850-638-2999.


1 7100
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, 3V2
acres, shed, 2 wells, cen-
tral heat/air fish pond.
$85,000. 850-263-6999
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


|- 7120
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.


S 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., Beadie 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!l 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



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. AC, P/S, P/W,
tinted windows. Clean.
850-638-4374 or
850-726-0812.




1997 Jeep Wrangler
Sport. 4.0, 4-wheel drive,
8in. lift, camouflage seat
covers, Hunter Green.
$7,500. Call 850-638-2145
or 850-726-0274.




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.
Antique 1972 Ford F-250
pick-up, needs paint job,
runs well. $650 Firm. Call
850-415-6438.




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.


2007 Yamaha Dirt Bike.
TTR125, 4 stroke. Blue.
LIKE NEWI Only has
around 50 miles. $2,000.
850-638-2145 or
850-726-0274.


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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