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West Florida
Baptist to hold
golf tournament
West Florida Baptist Asso-
ciation will hold a golf tourna-
ment Oct. 11 as a fund-raiser
for Armstrong House Apart-
ments, a community emergency
shelter.
The four-person scramble
will begin at 8 a.m. at Dogwood
Lake Golf Club, 1934 Country
Club Drive in Bonifay. There
will be a shotgun start.
Cost will be $200 per team.
Fifty-dollar hole sponsorships
are available.
Cash and prizes will be
awarded.
Deadline for applications
is Oct. 3. Mail entries to West
Florida Baptist Association,
P.O. Box 651, Chipley, FL
32428. Include check made
payable to WF Baptist Men.
For more information,
call 850-638-0182 or email
wfba05@bellsouth.net

Cowboy mounted
shooting exhibit
on Saturday
CHIPLEY
A new event commemo-
rating America's western past
is on the way to Washington
County. The Panhandle Peace-
makers will present cowboy
mounted shooting at the Wash-
ington County Equestrian Cen-
ter at Daniels Lake off State 77
south, at 4 p.m.
WCEC Board Member
Susan Crum said the event is
international in interest. "It
shows off horses, horsemanship
and shooting in a timed event,"
Crum said. "It started out as a
demonstration but is now an
actual competitive event."
Admission is $5 and children
seven and under are free. Crum
also said that riders could bring
their horses early and get tips
from the participants.








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CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY
Chipley High School held a me-
morial service Wednesday afternoon
for JROTC Cadet and Chipley High
School student Kevin Michael Ra-
mos, September 19, 1991 Septem-
ber 16, 2008.
Amber Vranich gave the opening
prayer and Michelle Mastison gave a
speech in remembrance to Ramos.
Brittany Brooks, Alisha Bunge
and Sarah Mastison read poems
and Alison Bunge sang "I Can Only
Imagine," a song very important to
Ramos and his new family.
His fiance, DeAnna Sweeney,.
said he-had passed away two days
before the birth of their daughter,
Abigale Marie Ramos.
"He was scared to death at first,
but who isn't before the birth of their
first child?" asked Sweeney. "As I
got further along in the pregnancy,
he became more and more excited
about our new arrival."


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DeAnna Sweeney, fiance, and one-
week-old daughter, Abigale Ramos.


JON MITMORE
Florida Freedom Newswire
CHIPLEY
Medical officials are trying to determine how
a man died after being a passenger in the car of
another man who authorities said led them on a
two-county chase.
The car chase began Tuesday afternoon in
Chipley and ended in Bonifay, leading to the ar-
rest of Jose Antonio Ayala, 52, on several traffic
charges, including driving under the influence


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She said he would often sing
to the unborn baby "I Could Only
Imagine," and "Good Morning
Beautiful."
"Sometimes he'd break down and
cry, saying 'I can't believe how lucky
I am, having a girl like you and you
having my kid," she said. "I never
thought anything like this could've
happened to someone so strong."
Rochelle Wiser gave the closing
prayer followed by the playing of
Taps by Chris Padgett. The presenta-
tion of the memorial wreath was by
Leonard Wiser, JROTC Sergeant
Chris Vickers and the Chipley High
School JROTC Honor Guard.
"The students put together a good
service for him, very appropriate,"
said Col. Steven Miller, USA (ret),
instructor for JROTC. "The service
gave everyone enough time to heal
and that's what's important."
Sweeney said Ramos was "a
dream-come-true."
"He was truly as special person,
my one true love and the only per-
son I could be myself around," she
said. "He didn't care what I looked


like, he always had a way of making
me smile, he always made me feel
special and he loved me despite all
my flaws."
When he visited, she said, he
would clean the house while she was
at work, cook, freeze strawberries
with chocolate and draw her a hot
bath.
"I was so spoiled by him, protect-
ed by him and it only was more so af-
ter he found out that he was going to
be daddy," she said. "It's really going
to.be different around here without
him and I don't think anything's ever
going to be the same."
She said, the way she understood,
he was sick for a year before he went
to Bay Medical.
Before this, nothing had been di-
agnosed-as-to h\ hik ~niornach l ad
been bothering him, then he went to
Bay Medical and found out that his
appendix was swollen and leaking.
The toxins leaking from the swol-
len appendixwere entering the blood
stream and causing him to very sick,
very often.
See RAMOS, Page 2


Friends looked over the memorial display for Kevin Ramos.
Friends looked over the memorial display for Kevin Ramos.


and resisting arrest, according to a Washington
County Sheriff's Office police report.
A man passed out in the back of the vehicle
had the smell of alcohol on his breath and also
was taken into custody according to Washington
County Sheriff Bobby Haddock. Upon arrival at
the Washington County Jail, authorities observed
that the man, later identified as Steven M. Har-
rison, had sores on his legs and other parts of his
body, Haddock said, the man immediately was
transferred to Bay County Medical Center, where
he later died.


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Ledger Road
controversy at
BOCC meeting

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY
Nan Thompson ended
her address to the Washing-
ton County Board of County
Commissioners Thursday by
thumping a dime on the po-
dium and saying, "Here's a
dime for the paralegal; some-
one in this room will know
what that's about." No one
owned up to knowing what
"that's about," but a drive-
way on Ledger Road was a
controversy at the meeting,
with Thompson participating
in the controversy.
The driveway at 1586
Ledger Road was updated
with milled asphalt accord-
ing to Commissioner Eddie
Holman and Road Supervi-
sor Dallas Carter, because,
the driveway caused a serious
drainage problem to the rest
of the road.
Holman talked about the
drainage problem and made
no apologies for having the
driveway fixed. "I've done no
less that any other commis-
sioner would do," he said.
Ledger Road is not on the
County road maintenance
list, Carter said, but it has
always been graded and re-
quires a fair amount of main-
tenance because of drainage
problems. Holman provided
material from his district
stockpiles, including rock, in
an attempt to improve the
road, he said. Pipe work has
also been done.
Holman said the other
commissioners told him he
could work on the driveway
as far as it was necessary, but
Commissioner Ronnie Finch
said, "All the commissioners
didn't say that." Finch also
said the road should not be
graded unless it was on the
maintenance list.
Skyler Carter definitely


"They (hospital officials) are telling me the
preliminary finding was a flesh-eating bacteria,"
Haddock said. "We are educating officers that
come into contact with the prisoners to be aware,
as a preventative measure."
Holmes County Sheriff Dennis Lee said depu-
ties from that county involved in the chase were
also being monitored.
Haddock said Ayala also was taken to the
hospital as a precautionary measure, and offi-
cers have been instructed to be on the lookout
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2 Saturday, September 27, 2008 Washington County News


BOCC approves 2008-2009 budget and millage


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
spears @ chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY The Washington County
Board of County Commissioners approved
the Fiscal Year 2008 2009 budget and mill-
age after the final budget hearing Thursday
evening. The budget totals $37.648 million
and the village rate per $1,000 is 8.087.
Florida Landings came before the Board
to hold a public hearing in regards to their
plans for developing 1,883 acres of land
on the east and west sides of Buckhorn
Boulevard, three miles west of U.S. 231,
in the southeastern corner of Washington
County.
The overall plan is to start building a
community in that area by Spring 2009 and
have stabilized the community's self suffi-
ciency in 10 years.
"Our main focus is building a 'green com-
munity' that is environmentally friendly and
self-sustaining," said Scott Henderson of the


Henderson Planning Group. "There will be
a school, businesses and the community will
have a complete septic-sewer plant."
Henderson said that the water from the
community would be collected in reservoirs,
cleansed and recycled to be used in the ir-
rigation of the golf courses and other areas
needing watered.
A 50-75-foot buffer would surround wet-
land areas and the gopher turtles would be
relocated to a wild life conservation area to
the south.
The Board approved sending the Devel-
opment of Regional Impact (DRI) to the
Department of Community Affairs (DCA).
This will be one of the many steps involved
in presenting, "brain-storming" and making
revisions to plans for the development.
A Visioning Meeting will be held Oc-
tober 15, which will be an open discussion
meeting between the development team of
Florida Landing and citizens to form ideas
and make revisions.
The Board approved adding the Public


Schools Facilities Element to the Washing-
ton County Comprehensive Plan.
This process is normally approved by
DCA after being adopted by the County
and then required agreements would be ne-
gotiated. But, in this case DCA requires the
existing Interlocal Agreement approved in
2006 be amended after the approval of the
amendment that would allow the Planning
Office to add the Public Schools Facilities
Element to the Comprehensive Plan. One
of which was to amend the student capac-
ity for grant applications to be strictly 'brick
and mortar' classrooms and not portables.
County Engineer Cliff Knauer came be-
fore the Board with the project being done
at Falling Waters.
"We've got a potential crisis on State
Park Road regarding the construction of
the Falling Water's Bike Trail," said Knauer.
"There are ruts in the road that have nearly
doubled in depth, making them about seven
inches deep each."
Knauer explained that it was probably a


base failure and that they should repave the
road from the base up. "If not, we're going
to be faced with the same problem every
time we repave it," he said. "It seems this
same thing has been going on every two
years since that road's been paved and as far
as I can tell it just means that the base itself
is collapsing in areas."
He said that some residents have noticed
that it's the same areas that are caving in ev-
ery time the road has been repaved.
It appears that because of the road crack-
ing, the constant rain that has been falling in
that area was pooling water in the open cav-
ities and the heat was expanding it to cause
sinkholes in the road.
"We've got $5,000 left in the project's
funding for lighting, but I don't know which
you'd rather have, lighting or this problem
fixed ahead of time," Knauer said.
Chairman Joel Pate suggested that Knau-
er assess the damage, bring back estimates
for repairs and further discussion would be
made from there.


New health director hired by


CHIPLEY Rick Davis is the new Wash-
ington County Health Department direc-
tor. Davis' recommendation by the state
Department of Health was approved by a
3-2 vote at Thursday's regular meeting of
the Washington County Board of County
Commissioners.
Commissioners Donnie Ray Strickland
and Ronnie Finch voted no, while Board
Chairman Joel Pate and Commissioners Jer-
ry Sapp and Eddie Holman voted yes.
Davis, who is not a native of the county,
said he understood the issues that arose when
he was listed as best qualified by the state.
Those issues included only coming for a few
months and then going elsewhere as well as
not being a native Washington Countian.
"I have no intention of coming here for
six months and leaving," Davis said, noting
that he withdrew his application in Walton
County due to his preference for Washing-
ton County. "My wife is researching real es-
tate here," he said.
Davis also said this was not a "stepping
stone job," and he intended to stay, appar-
ently until retirement. "Unless you run me
out of town, I'm not leaving," he said.
Apparently Washington Countians were
on the short list of applicants, but Davis was
the state's recommendation. Commissioners
also interviewed Davis.


In other business,
the Board:
*Heard that as part of the
Fiscal Year 2008-09 budget
County heavy equipment
would only work three days a
week to save fuel. Use of the
heavy equipment would be
rotated around and County
workers would clean ditches
and do other work on the
fourth day.
*Heard a presentation from
Bob Hughes representing the
Knight property requesting
approval of a resolution sup-
porting creation of a sector
plan to guide development
of the property. The Board
approved the resolution, and
similar resolutions would be
sought from Ebro and Bay
County. There is a "slot" with
the state Department of Com-
munity Affairs for another
sector plan similar to that
being used for the new Bay
County airport.
*Approved accepting grants
and other items involved with
the Emergency Manage-
ment Agency, but also heard


that "site prep" funding has
been cut by the state and the
County could have to find
another way to do that work.
*Heard from Marvin Lassiter,
who was representing the
committee being formed to
represent the 193 landown-
ers on Lucas Lake Road. One
major request the landowners
have is to pave Lucas Lake
Road, the road is now second
on the County resurfacing pri-
ority list after Buckhorn Bou-
levard. Funding for paving the
road would be hard to come
by according to County Engi-
neer Cliff Knauer. Lassiter
announced that everyone
was invited to a get-together
on Saturday, Oct. 25 at 3
p.m. at Fred Apling's pavilion
(signs would provide direc-
tions) to form a Lucas Lake
Landowners Association.
*We want to have a com-
munity down there and help
each other out," Lassiter said.
*Approved advertising for
an ordinance to dissolve the
Sunny Hills Municipal Ser-
vices Benefits Unit. Strickland
voted no.


VERNON
The City of Vernon is investigat-
ing a "discrepancy in revenue" as-
sociated with the Water and Sewer
Department. The discrepancy was
included in the annual audit report
from the firm of Grimsley, Cavin &
Co. PA of Marianna and was pro-
vided to city council at its regular
meeting Monday night.
On Page 28 of the report it is
reported that the City discovered a
discrepancy of $24,193 shown as a
reduction in revenue for water and
sewer charges. "The City believes


this unexplained variance will ulti-
mately be a loss to the City result-
ing in reduction of revenues," ac-
cording to the report. "The matter
is current (sic) under investigation
by the City." City officials declined
comment pending completion of
the investigation.
Also under investigation is "a
disbursement ... that did not follow
the policies and procedures of the
City." The disbursement in question
is the payment of $12,500 to former
Fire Chief and Recreation Director
Clarence "Buddy" Baxley for work
he claims he did for the City. The
matter is under investigation by the
State Attorney's Office.


The City of Vernon issued a press
release concerning dyed diesel fuel
VERNON
The furor which erupted because dyed diesel fuel was put in a truck
owned by the city of Vernon as well as allegations of violations of federal
law associated with its use are unfounded.
According to Alice Yates from the Florida Department of Revenue,
the state's governing agency in this mater, the city's use of dyed diesel fuel
is legal.
The city of Vernon's license number 13242462 established July of 2000
authorizes dyed diesel fuel usage. A report, Local Government User of
Diesel Fuel Tax Return, which is filed monthly, perpetuates the license.
Questions concerning this matter may be directed to Vernon City Hall
at 535-2444.


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wanted the road more than a friend or fa
graded. "You pave a private can it be do
drive versus a public road Sunshine Lav
you can't even maintain," asked. She
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Thompson asked the OF PUBLIC
Board several questions: No public off
*Is an engineer used for of an agency,
roadwork, especially with ernment atto:
drainage problems? ruptly use or
.Why is taxpayers' mon- his or her o:
ey being put into a private or any proper


BACTERIA
Continued from page 1
for abscesses.
Bay County Medical Examiner. Michael
Hunter could not confirm the bacteria as the
cause of death.
"There is nothing we can identify as the
underlying cause of death at this time," said
Hunter, who added the hospital is awaiting
test results from cultures. "We still have work
to do, and the cause of death is still pending."


is not properly
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which may be within his or
her trust, or perform his or
her official duties, to secure
a special privilege, benefit,
or exemption for himself,
herself, or others.
Thompson also locked
horns with Holman over
whether the two had talked
about the road. Holman
said no and Thompson said
she had called several times.
"I have to call you a liar
and I will," she said. Then
Thompson thumped her
dime and left.


Tammy Newton, a spokeswoman for Bay
County Medical Center, said she could not
comment on the case, citing privacy laws.
According to the Center for Disease Con-
trol, most people exposed to someone with
necrotizing fasciitis, commonly referred to as
"flesh-eating bacteria," do not need to receive
antibiotic therapy.
The CDC does recommend, however,
that people who come into close contact with
someone with the disease to contact their doc-
tor if they develop flu-like symptoms, such as
sore throat, fever or muscle pain.


RAMOS
Continued from'page 1
"He went into surgery and
after that he seemed to be
fine," said Sweeney. "He was
laughing, picking on his dad
and trying to change the chan-
nels of the hospital's TV"
She said wasn't until he
was given a shot that his
health had taken a turn for
the worst.
"I can't remember if it was
for pain or an antibiotic, but
they said it was an allergic
reaction to it," she said. "It
was then his body just started
shutting down."
She said it was explained
to her that while the body was
shutting down he suffered
brain damage and was sent
to a hospital in Jacksonville.
It was while he was at the
Jacksonville hospital that he
had a seizure and his brain
hemorrhaged.
"They said he had suffered
so much brain damage that
even with the machines keep-
ing him alive he'd only be a
vegetable and that's when
they took him off of them so
he could pass on," she said.
"I think if he could've just
heard my voice he would've
got better."
While she was visiting,
she said, she would hold his
hand and talk to him and he
would respond by squeezing
her hand and his pulse would
rise.
"But because Jackson-
ville's so far away and the
doctors said I couldn't drive
so close to giving birth, I
couldn't go see him," she
said. "I miss him really bad,
though, he did leave a little

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present behind to remember
him by."
She said that soon her last
name would be changed to
Ramos soon.
"We were going to get
married last May on the day
of our first anniversary," she
said. "So we had pushed it
Wiser, friend and fel-
low JROTC member, de-
scribed Ramos as being very
outgoing.
"He wasn't afraid of trying
new things, no matter what it
was," said Wiser. "One word
would sum up his personal-
ity and that's 'determination,'
he'd push himself more than
anyone I knew."
His JROTC classmates
and friends considered Ra-
mos to be athletic, humorous,
positive, energetic and kind.
"He'd listen to anyone
who needed to talk, no mat-
ter what they had to say," said
Wiser.
John Bush, a childhood
friend, said that he hadn't
changed since he was in the
second grade.
"He was a good kid, funny
and best friend anyone could
ask for," said Bush. "He was
always there, always in some-
one's business and could talk
anyone into anything."
He said that Ramos had a
way of keeping everyone mo-
tivated. "All he had to say was
that he could do it and no one
else could," said Bush. "That
or he'd just keep bugging
you until you gave in, it was
never annoying and it always
seemed to work."
Vickers, friend of six years,
also described Ramos as
outgoing.
"He wasn't shy about any-
thing," said Vickers. "He was
always there for anyone who
needed him."
JROTC Battalion Execu-
tive Officer Michelle Masti-
son, a friend of seven years,
said that he was always in a
positive mood.
"He was very loving, al-
ways smiling and always put-
ting others before himself,"


she said. "He was a very
bubbly person and everyone
loved him."
His friends said that he
was an outdoorsy kind of per-
son, energetic and always try-
ing to do better.
"He loved going places,
we'd hunt, fish, go to foot-
ball games or just hang out at
the house," said Wiser. "He
couldn't stand to be stuck
inside for anything in the
world."
Bush said that Ramos
used to on hunting trips,
one a year, with his father in
Indiana.
"He loved hunting and
fishing," said Bush. "Some-
times he'd just go outside to:
take a walk in the woods, any-
thing just to be outside."
Vickers said that he always
seemed to be outside.
"He'd be doing something,
anything, like going down to
the Mud Bog with the four
wheeler every chance he got,"
said Vickers. "He was always
trying to get better physically,
for instance, he'd walk to my
house, which is four miles
away, just so he could jog
to the store and that's three
miles away."
Mastison said that one
memory in particular stands
out to her when she beat
him at paint ball.
"We used to go and play
paint ball every now and
then and we'd play in these
groups," said Mastison.
"Then this one time it was
down to just me and him and
I won."
Everyone had something
about life learned from their
friend:
"Don't give up," said Wis-
er. "He gave more effort in
everything he did more than
anyone else I know."
"Never give up," said
Bush. "Life is too precious."
"He'd tell me to work
as hard I could," said Vick-
ers. "Even if I couldn't, he'd
tell me to keep trying until I
did."
"No matter what, there's
someone out there who
cares," said Mastison.
"There's happiness and smil-
ing faces."


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Washington County News Saturday, September 27, 2008 3



Update from the Washington County courthouse


Arrest report

The following is from the Washington County
Sheriffs Department for the week of Sept. 15
through Sept. 22, 2008.
Juan Barrientos: 4/7/69, Chipley, possession
of paraphernalia.
Damian Coatney: 5/31/89, Chipley, pos-
session of paraphernalia, violation of
probation on possession of controlled
substance.
Mark Fournier: 11/22/66, Clearwater, driv-
ing under the influence, driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked.
Sherman Hanley Jr.: 7/31/49, Bonifay, cru-
elty to animals.
Michael Helton: 5/1/76, Chipley, driving un-
der the influence.
Raymond Holmes: 6/21/58, Caryville, dis-
turbing the peace, aggravated assault
with weapon.
Leonard Jackson: 9/1/49, Chipley, violation


of probation on aggravated battery.
Lewis Johnson: 11/18/86, Chipley, violation
of probation on petit theft.
James Kinman: 4/15/80, Panama City, driv-
ing while license suspended or revoked,
permitting unauthorized person to drive.
Chad Morris: 10/14/74, Chipley, attached
tag not assigned.
Elizabeth Moss: 12/15/77, Chipley, child
neglect.
Michael Pappas: 3/4/86, Bonifay, violation
of probation in Okaloosa County on
battery
Bonnie Rogers: 9/24/43: Fountain, worthless
check.
Michael Strickland Jr.: 8/23/71, Chipley,
grand theft firearm.
Catherine Taylor: 8/26/69, Havana, worth-
less checks (3 counts).
Ryan Tracy: 3/2/90, Grand Ridge, loitering.
Roger Williams: 9/7/64, Chipley, resisting
officer without violence, tampering with
evidence, driving while license suspended
or revoked, flee and elude officer, viola-


tion of probation on carrying a concealed
weapon.
Linda Wood: 8/9/71, Chipley, possession of
paraphernalia, possession of marijuana.

Divorce applications

The following information was taken from re-
cords at the Washington County Courthouse
of unfinalized, recorded divorce actions from
Sept. 11 through Sept. 22, 2008.
Sept. 16, Bobby E. Shirah vs Brenda J.
Shirah.
Sept. 16 Samuel Hayes vs Behety Carmen
Rosa Hayes.
Sept. 18, Felicia May Gilley vs Larry Odell
Gilley.
Sept. 18, Angela Lynn Suggs vs Milledge
Steen Suggs.
Sept. 19, Daniel Morris vs Theresa
AnnMarie Morris.


Marriage license
applications

The following information was taken from ap-
plications for manage licenses at the Washing-
ton County Courthouse from Sept, 1 through
Sept. 16, 2008.
Sept. 5, William Terry Dudley and Stacey
Lott Carter.
Sept. 8, Robert Monroe Berry III and
Linda Ramirez Wink.
Sept. 8, Hugh Alan Kopp and Stacy Jean
Thomas.
Sept. 10, Anthony Charles Macha and
Gerri Lianna Hallman.
Sept. 10, Alvin Dereak Chambers and
Almeanus Ann Works.
Sept. 12, Wendell Corey Webb and Alaina
Marie Pitts.
Sept. 16, William Francis Finch and
Heather Jones.


Wall Raising at VES
After weeks of clearing, digging, and leveling, the con-
struction crew at Vernon Elementary School started rais-
ing walls. If one drives along Highway 277, they can see the
tall monument that represents new beginnings for VES.
The Washington County School District along with
the community of Vernon know that this has been a long
time in the making and that the results will prove to be
phenomenal when construction is over. But, for now, just
hearing the soft purring of engines is a good enough feel-
ing and it is a tremendous joy to see the cinder block walls
climbing to the sky.
This information was provided in a news release from Ver-
non Elementary School.


Upcoming Events in Chipley


Halloween in Downtown Chipley
October 31, 5-6:30 p.m.
For the safety of the children, Trick or Treat activities will
be relocated to the Gazebo Green on Seventh Street near
the railroad station. Roads will be blocked off on North and
South Railroad Railroad from Hwy. 77 to Martin Luther
King, and from 7th Street and Martin Luther King to Church
Street (Farmer's Market Area) to Hwy 90. The streets will be
used to have a "Trunk or Treat."
Take your car or truck and decorate with emphasis your
business and pass out candy from there. For more informa-
tion, or to volunteer to help, contact event chair Mike Lee,
Bank of Bonifay at 638-7892 or mikelee@thebankofbonifay.
corn, or Sherri Biddle at 638-4157.

Annual Christmas Parade and
Festival on December 6
December 6, the downtown Chipley Christmas Festival
begins at 10 a.m. The parade begins 3:30 p.m.
This year's holiday event includes live entertainment
throughout the downtown area, as well as local artist works,
courtesy of the Washington County Arts Council, placed at
selected businesses downtown.
There will also be horse and carriage rides, food and craft
vendors, and more. Santa will read T'was the Night Before
Christmas after the parade at the Farmers Market. For more
details contact festival chair Donna Gunter, Celebrations, at
638-3541.


Paw Prints now
for sale
Chipley High School's
2008-2009 Paw Prints is now
available for purchase on-
line. To purchase on-line,
, visit jostensyearbooks.com
and follow the prompts to
pre-order your student's an-
nual. Yearbooks are on-sale
for $45 on-line for a limited
time only.


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Construction crews preparing the ground before beginning construction at Vernon Elementary School.


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ONE DAY ONLY!
FREE DISPOSAL OF:
* 12 Waste Tires Per Household
* 3 Used Major Appliances per
Household
* Household Hazardous Waste


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HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS
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Cardboard


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Conditionally accept small quantity generators.
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Second grade 4-H club members are Abigail Ander-
son, Jack Bau, Austin Berry, Cody Boname, Nathaniel
Bowen, Emily Broom, Katie Burdeshaw, Conner Brown,
Kaitlin Cumbie, Jade Koch, Ciara McIntyre, Abby Sapp,
Christian White and Elissa Maddux.
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Third and fourth grade 4-H club members, Tucker
Alderman, Emily Anderson, Terence Blackmon, Brian
Hall, Kaitlyn Bland, Abigail Bridges, Jayde Collins,
Dallas Jones, Madison Kincaid, Kristian Mitchell, Taylor
Munroe, Austin Sapp, Ric'Kina Williams, Jaden Clark
and Canaan Hall.


During September, the club elected officers. Casey Strickland was elected president, Sarah Gilbert is vice-presi-
dent, Cary Laird, secretary, Robin Harr, treasurer, Misti Sasser, reporter and Codi Smith is club historian.


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Fifth and sixth grade club members are Madison Bau,
Dalton Canipe, Kendal Daniels, Ethan Draayom, Whit
Pettis, Nathan Spencer, Wyatt Brock, Ashlyn Jeffries,
Billy Bradley, McKenzie Faison, Kaitlin Hogue.


new year



2008-09 club officers announced


Project Challenge 4-H Club, a col-
laborative partnership between Wash-
ington County 4-H and the Washing-
ton County School District has begun
its new 4-H year. Second grade club
members will be "Exploring the Trea-
sures of 4-H" while members in grades
3-8 will be "Discovering the Treasure
of Public Speaking."


Julie Pigott Dillard, 4-H Youth De-
velopment agent, will meet monthly
with members in grades 3-8 to help
develop their research, speech writing
and public speaking skills. The second
grade students will be learning about
the many projects, events and activi-
ties Florida 4-H has to offer youth.
Throughout the year, the club has


several activities planned including
field trips, participating in National
4-H Science Day, exhibiting in the
North Florida Fair and the Wash-
ington County Youth Fair, as well as
monthly hands-on activities. Jennifer
Sapp, 4-H Club leader and teacher
of gifted students works with the stu-
dents weekly.


. .... -. .. .. . ...
Seventh grade 4-H club members are Erik Beck, Ben
Bridges, Sarah Gilbert, Hunter Harden, Robin Harr,
Devon James, Stephen Kauffman, Cary Laird, Mysti
Sasser, Codi Smith, Casey Strickland, Morgan McKen-
zie and Kyle Middlemass.


FPU financial classes
offered for families
CHIPLEY
Financial Peace University (FPU), a
13-week course helps families change their
financial future. It teaches people how
to handle their money through common-
sense principles and accountability. FPU is
available for churches, companies, military
bases, financial literacy programs and other
community groups.
FPU classes will be at St. Joseph the
Worker, 1640 Main Street in Chipley
(across from Walmart) beginning Sunday,
Sept. 28 at 1 p.m.
Each participant needs a kit. Special
rates are available on line at www.dav-
eramsey.com or by calling 888-227-3223. A
lifetime membership to FPU is included in
the kit, allowing the participant to return to
any class at anytime for a refresher course.


For more information or to register, con-
tact Steve Walter at 850-849-9306 or email
him at stevenmel2003@yahoo.com.

Immunization
Awareness Week starts
Sept. 21
Florida Department of Health, Bureau
of Immunization announces the 2008 Na-
tional Adult Immunization Awareness
Week (NAIAW) theme: 'Adult Immuniza-
tion Supporting a Healthier Life Through-
out the Lifespan!". This year, NAIAW is
scheduled Sept. 21 27,
Washington County Health Department
in conjunction with Washington Council
on Aging has scheduled Adult Flu Vaccine
Clinics at the following locations:
Washington County Council on Aging,
Wednesday, Oct. 1, from 8:30 a.m. until
noon.


Vernon Council Chambers (old VHS Li-
brary), Oct. 1, 1:30 4 p.m.
Wausau Town Hall, Thursday, Oct. 2,
from 9 a.m. noon.
St. Theresa Catholic Church in Sunny
Hills, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 9 a.m. noon.
Take your Medicare card and driver's
license or other photo ID. Medicare Part
B will be billed. If you don't have Medicare
the cost is $33.06.


refreshments will be served.
The class will focus on signs and symp-
toms of diabetes, keeping blood glucose on
target as a key to managing diabetes, mak-
ing healthy food choices and incorporating
physical activity as a means of controlling
diabetes and complications of diabetes.
Call 638-6240 ext.162, to register due to
limited seating. If you have questions or
would like more details, contact Julie Tin-
dall at the Health Department.


Health Dept. offers free Benefit yard sale to be
diabetes class Benefit yard sale to be
hold nn int T1


Washington County Health Department
will offer free diabetes education classes for
the newly diagnosed diabetic or the diabetic
who simply needs a refresher course.
The class is on Sept. 30 at the Wash-
ington County Health Department, 1338
South Boulevard in Chipley. One class will
be at 10 a.m. and another at 6 p.m. Light


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Family Dentistry of Chipley will hold a
benefit yard sale at its Chipley offices on
Brickyard Road, Oct. 11 from 6 11:30 a.m.
A dental hygiene necessities basket will also
be raffled off. Tickets are $2 each or three
for $5. All proceeds will go to help Family
Dentistry adopt a family for Christmas.


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Local artist wins Arts Council logo contest


CHIPLEY
Local artist, Dale Estka,
of Sunny Hills was awarded
a $100 prize for winning the
logo contest recently held
by the Washington County
Arts Council.
The purpose of the con-
test was to develop a logo
that best portrays the vision
of the council. The mission
of the WCAC includes arts
education, publicity of lo-
cal and regional arts events,
and nurturing a fertile envi-
ronment for the growth of
the arts within our commu-
nity through theatre, gallery,
writers and special events.
In other news, the WCAC
will host 'An Evening with
the Arts" on Oct. 28, from
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Chi-
pley Library. The event is
being held in appreciation
of current members and
also will serve as a member-
ship drive. Local artists will


Washington County


provide Art and entertain-
ment. The public is invited
to attend.
New officers for the
2009-2010 fiscal year [f
were recently installed. .
Officers include: Chair- C OU rc1
man, Karen Roland;
Vice-Chairman, Kathy
Foster; Treasurer, Linda The new logo for the
Norton and Secretary, Ra- Washington County Arts
chel Webb. Council.


Mark your calendar for a series of upcoming events:
* December 6 Local artist and entertainment at the Downtown Chipley Christmas Festival.
* April 25 Second Annual "A Day in the Park", Shivers Park in Chipley. Submitted Photo
* March 8 Culinary Art Program and Cajun Cook-Off in Chipley Outgoing Chairman Jim Ackerman with Arts Council logo contest winner Dale Estka.



Department of Agriculture donates surplus food


Surplus food, donated by The United
States Department of Agriculture, will be
distributed to eligible residents in Washing-
ton County, Monday, Sept. 29, from 2 to 4
p.m., at the Chipley Ag Center, and Tues-
day, 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 Council, Inc is spon-


scoring the surplus food distribution.
Households, which receive Aid to Fami-
lies with Dependent Children (AFDC),
food stamps, Supplemental Security Income
(SSI), Medicaid, HUD, residents of public
housing, or households whose total house-
hold income is not in excess of the poverty
line for the appropriate household size, are
eligible to receive the donated food. Any
person certifying for another must have a


signed statement of authorization from the
applicant and proof of their household in-
come. Recipients 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 dis-
tribution should call Angie Moore at 547-
3688. USDAs Temporary Food Assistance
Program is available to all eligible residents


regardless of race, national origin, age, sex,
or handicap.
Health on Site, a free community ser-
vice, sponsored by a local eye institute, will
be available at each distribution site. The
screening for cataracts and other vision
problems will be conducted by the Health on
Site director or other trained eye care spe-
cialists. Tri-County Community Council, Inc.
is an equal opportunity organization.


Rock Hill Church to host fish fry
A workday and fish fry fundraiser is scheduled at Rock Hill Church and Cemetery on
Saturday, Sept. 27. Anyone with family buried in the cemetery is encouraged to come
help clean. Take a covered dish share at the noon meal. Donations are needed to help
pay for monthly mowing. Call Whit Gainey at 648-0966 for directions or donation.

Sunny Hills to host candidate 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 County. Residents can register their
questions on the comment section of the home page of their web site at www.sunnyhillsfl.
org.

Blood drive, coming to a town near you
The SCBC blood drive mobile unit is scheduled at the following locations and times:
The Marianna center located at 2503 Commercial Park Drive is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. Anyone can stop by the center to donate blood if you can't stop
by one of the following mobile units. The Center will be closed Friday, Oct. 3.
*Tuesday, Sept. 30, Vernon High School from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
*Wednesday, Oct. 1, Popular Springs High School from 7:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
OFriday, Oct. 3, Chipley Wal-Mart from 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
*Wednesday. Oct. 8, Chipley High School from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
*Friday, Oct. 10, Rahal Miller Chevrolet from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Marianna Toyota from
1-4 p.m.

Democrats meeting on Sept 27
A rally and "get out the vote" meeting for Democrats will be held 11 a.m. Saturday,
Sept. 27, at the CWA Union Hall, 208 W Railroad Avenue in Chipley.
"Come and help plan your Washington County state representative, congressional
and Obama/Biden campaigns for the general election," urges party leaders.
For more information, contact Ira Burch at 638-4003 or Mikey Burch at WCDEC@
wmconnect.com.

Council on Aging needs volunteers
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. Volunteers
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.

Funds available for elderly
The Area Agency on Aging for North Florida, Inc. has announced the availability of
Elder Care funds in Washington County. Funds may be available for seniors or the primary
caregiver of a senior, whose income falls at or near the poverty line.
Home Care for the Elderly provides a subsidy payment to help caregivers maintain low-
income elders in their own home or in the home of a caregiver.
The monthly basic subsidy payment is made to the caregiver for support and health
maintenance, and to assist with food, housing, clothing and medical care of the client.
There is also a special subsidy available to assist with specialized health care needs. An
eligible HCE participant must be at risk for nursing home placement.
Call 1-800-963-5337, or call Council on Aging at 638-6217 for more information.


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5 Years Ago
The Covenant Hospice great golf ball
drop provided four lucky hole winners at a
Marianna Golf Tounament.
Chipley Tigers won, 44-7, over
Cottondale in an area football game.
Arfea dignitaries attended a ground-
breaking ceremony at the site of the new
Vernon High School.
Kelcie Walsingham .had quite a crowd
watching when she got her first hair cut. She
was having her tresses shortened so she
could make a donation to "Locks of Love."
The fifth-grade classes at Kate M. Smith
Elementary School presented a patriotic
play. Salem Acuff sang "God Bless the
USA." Hannah Young and Allie Brock
rendered 'America."


1998
10 Years Ago
Josephine Robertson of Chipley was
elected chair of the Chipola Junior College
district board of trustees.
Washington County Library System
was looking for a parcel of land for the
construction of a new library.
Stephanie Young of Vernon won a cash
prize for taking first place in the SWAT
logo contest.
Maria Peel, CHS grad, signed a
scholarship agreement for full tuition to
attend Gulf Coast Community College.
She was one of 15 scholarship athletes
chosen for the school's first volleyball team.


1993
15 Years Ago
Phil Flater was technical instructor at
Roulhac Middle School and Chipley High.
Washington County Convalescent
Center was named "Employer of the Year"
by the Florida Panhandle Private Industry
Council.
Chipley Lions Club collected more than
1,500 pair of used eyeglasses to be given to
needy people.
Sonya Renee James won a Self Help
Scholarship to Troy State University in
Dothan, Ala.
William than Bell received the first
"Books on Babies" packet from Chipley Jr.
Woman's Club.


30 Years Ago
Five of Vernon's Yellow Jackets put
points on the board to help the team roll
past Baker, 35-7.
Gene Prough and Tommy Brill won the
Wausau Jaycee bass tournament with a
catch weighing 15 pounds, 4 ounces.
Junior running back Anthony Worlds
scored all14 of Chipley's points in a Friday
Night football game against Vernon. Hal
Gore was quarterback.
Jane Home told members of the Sunny
Hills Garden Club 'All there is to know
about Begonias" when she spoke to the
group at their September meeting.


1973
35 Years Ago
Rod Parrish, a Vernon High School
graduate, received the Thurlow Nelson
award presented to outstanding junior
scientists by the National Shell Fisheries
Association.
Parrish was employed by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency in Gulf
Breeze.
First Sgt. Frank E. Boston of the U.S.
Army earned a meritorious service award.
Pandi Peel was named little Miss
Chipley in a local beauty pageant. Kim
Gilmore was first runner up.


1913
95 Years Ago
A newspaper article announced that
Robert Cook had "installed a new set of
rocks," and was prepared to serve good
meals at all times.
Master Marvin Tharp made a trip to
Vernon on his wheel and was back in town
before noon.
The paper announced that EL. Home
of Orange Hill was in Chipley with some
fine watermelons.
Dr. J. Tiller of Alpine was a Monday
visitor in Chipley.


1908
100 Years Ago
The children of E.S. Craven of
Pensacola were spending some time with
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Campbell.


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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.
Oct. 3
Craftsman Truck Series Keystone Light Qualifying SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 1 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
NASCAR Live SPEED @ 3:30 p.m.
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
ARCA-RE/MAX 250 SPEED @ 4 p.m.
Trackside at Talladega SPEED @ 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 4
Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ noon
Craftsman Truck Series Set-Up SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Mountain Dew 250 SPEED @ 3 p.m.
Oct. 5
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR in a Hurry SPEED @ 9:30 a.m.
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Countdown ABC @ noon
Sprint Cup AMP Energy 500 ABC @ 1 p.m.
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Benson leads by one


With six races remaining,
it looks as though once again
the Craftsman Truck Series
championship is not even
close to being locked up.
Johnny Benson, who fin-
ished 27th at Las Vegas with
a DNF (cut tire leading to a
crash into the wall) doesn't
have any cushion in which to
find comfort. He holds only a
single-point lead over Ron
Homaday, the closest
between first and second.
after 19 races in series histo-
ry.
Benson went into the race
a 74-point lead over Ron
Hornaday Jr. While the two
swapped the points lead a
number of times throughout
the night, Hornaday's fifth-

Tale of two
The Nationwide Series
makes one visit to the Land
of Oz, also known as Kansas.
For two drivers who call The
Sunflower State home, this is
their one opportunity for a
special homecoming, despite
the fact the duo are racing for
completely different goals.
For Emporia, Kan., native
Clint Bowyer, the Kansas
Lottery 300 at Kansas
Speedway on Saturday is a
chance to extend his 186-
point lead in the point stand-
ings, inching him closer to
his first ever NASCAR
national series title.
On the other end of the


On the

Bubble
Driver: Robby Gordon
Owner: Robby Gordon
Points: 2,130
Points out of 34th: 3
Points ahead of 36th: 8
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Dietrich Mateschitz
35 Robby Gordon
36 Rob Kauffman
37 Roger Penske
38 George Gillett, Jr.


place finish left him second.
Speaking of making histo-
ry, should Homaday's
momentum continue, the
three-time champion has an
opportunity to become the
series' first back-to-back
champion.
With the Benson-
Hornaday battle heating up, a
watchful eye should be kept
on the three drivers right
behind them.
After a solid third-place
finish at Las Vegas, Matt
Crafton hangs on to the third
spot only 164 out of first.
Erik Darnell 'gave Mike
Skinner a run for his money
in his second photo finish of
the 2008 Craftsman Truck
Series season.

Oz natives
spectrum is Jennifer Cobb, a
Kansas City native attempt-
ing to make her third career
Nationwide Series start and
first in 2008. For Cobb, just
making the race could be
considered a victory.
Cobb has raced before at
the 1.5-mile track located in
her hometown. She has four
ARCA starts with a best fin-
ish of ninth in 2004 and a
16th at the track in 2002. In
her two attempts in a nation-
al series race though, the
results haven't been quite as
impressive -- in fact it's safe
to say they couldn't have
gone worse for Cobb.


Robby Gordon
Driver Points
Scott Riggs 2,195
A.J. Allmendinger 2,133
Robby Gordon 2,130
Michael McDowell 2,122
Sam Hornish, Jr. 2,052
Patrick Carpentier 1,877


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The Red Bulls at LoweDs


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com


weekend's Loud Energy
Drink 150 in Millville, New
Jersey.
Speed will be replacing
former open-wheel driver
A.J. Allmendinger.
Allmendinger and Team
Red Bull have agreed to part
company at the end of this
season according to Jay Frey,
vice president and general
manger for Red Bull Racing.
Wednesday night's test
session at Lowe's Motor
Speedway saw Speed post the
second fastest time of the ses-
sion. Greg Biffle was the
fastest at 184.881 miles per
hour.


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spouses and creditors 8630'10" West 10.02 feet on file at F.D.O.T. District 3 along said existing north- Mitchell B. Howell property as described in line; thence departing said thence run North 235 feet;
EMMA DEE ROACH, De- along said northerly prop- Office, Chipley, Florida); erly right of way line of Official Records Book 555, right of way line, run North thence West 52 feet;
ceased PARCEL 116 erty line to the northwest thence North 0311'15" Court Street to the south- ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R. Page 538 of the Public 75030'33" East 4.83 feet to thence South 235 feet, to
so all parties claiming inter- corner thereof, being the East 1,303.28 feet along west corner of said Lot 25 79 WASHINGTON Records of Washington a point on a non-tangent the Point of Beginning
A iN tests by, through, under, or northeast corner of that said centerline of survey; (southeast corner of Lot COUNTY County, Florida, and curve to the left (concave
against the named defend- certain property as de- thence North 09057'45" 26, said Map of Vernon); DESCRIPTION POINT OF BEGINNING; northeasterly); thence from has been filed against you
1100o Legal Advertising ants; and all parties having scribed in Official Records East 31.16 feet along said thence North 0211'57" FEE SIMPLE thence continue North a tangent bearing of South and you are required to
1110 Classified Notices or claiming to have any Book 641, Page 390, said centerline of survey of East 27.18 feet along the RIGHT OF WAY 5333'16" West 100.00 feet 1429'28" East run south- serve a copy of your writ-
1120 Public Notices/ right, title, or interest in Public Records; thence State Road 79 to the cen- westerly line of said Lot 25 Parcel 134 along said northerly prop- easterly along said curve, ten defenses, if any, to it
1130-Adoptions and to the property de- continue North 8630'10" terline of construction of (easterly line of said Lot "A parcel of land located in erty line; thence departing having a radius of 1,440.00 on Timothy H. Wells, plain-
1140 Happy Ads scribed: West 25.56 feet along the State Road 277, as shown 26) to a point on a Vernon, Florida, in Section said property, line, run feet, for a distance of tiffs' attorney, whose ad-
1150- Personals ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R. northerly line of said prop- on said Right of Way Map; non-tangent curve to the 35, Township 3 North, North 3628'32" East 96.49 919.52feet, through a cen- dress is Post Office Box
1160 Lost 79 WASHINGTON erty as described in Offi- thence South 86'06'52" left (concave northwest- Range 15 West, Washing- feet; thence South tral angle of 3635'12" to 155, Bonifay, Florida
1170 Found COUNTY cial Records Book 641, East 192.32 feet along said erly); thence from a tan- ton County, Florida, being 5331'28" East 7.00 feet; end of curve; thence South 32425-0155 on or before
SDESCRIPTION Page 390; thence depart- centerline of construction gent bearing of North more particularly de- thence North 3628'32" 3628'32" West 140.12 feet November 4,2008, and file
FEE SIMPLE ing said property line, run of State Road 277 to a 86030'36" East run north- scribed as follows: To lo- East 600.00 feet; thence to POINT OF BEGINNING; the original with the clerk
S 1100 | RIGHTOFWAY North 0311'15" East 83.84 point on a tangent curve to easterly along said curve, cate the point of beginning North 5331'28" West Containing 1.794 acres, of this court either before
Parcel 104 feet; thence North the left (concave north- having a radius of 676.00 commence at a nail at the 3 3 0 0 more or less. service on plaintiffs' attor-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT A parcel of land being in 32057'46" West 27.77 feet westerly); thence south- feet, for a distance of 96.08 Southeast corner of the feet; thence North OWNED BY: WEST- ney or immediately there-
FOR WASHINGTON Section 35, Township 3 to said existing southerly easterly, easterly and feet, through a central an- Northeast Quarter of the 36028'32" East 350.00 feet; E R N after; otherwise a default
COUNTY, FLORIDA North, Range 15 West, right of way line of Court northeasterly along said gle of 0808'38" to the Northwest Quarter of said thence South 5331'28" MOUNTAIN CAPITAL will be entered against you
CASE NO. 67-08 CA 233 Washington County, Flor- Avenue; thence South centerline of construction e a s t Section 35; thence East 27.00 feet; thence CORPORATION, A for the relief demanded in
ida, described as follows: 8719'00" East 132.84 feet and said curve, having a erly line of said Lot 25 and N0301'29"E, 406.32 feet to North 3628'32" East W Y O M the complaint of petition.
WACHOVIA BANK, N.A., Commence at a 2 1/2 inch along said southerly right radius of 716.00 feet, for a end of curve; thence South a nail at the intersection 550.00 feet; thence North ING CORPORATION
as custodian for the Roger by 3 inch concrete monu- of way line of Court Ave- distance of 174.00 feet, 0231'24" West 44.11 feet West right-of-way of Flor- 3739'20" East291.41 feet; Dated September 19,
H. Brooks IRA U/A, dated meant (marked "BH") mark- nueto POINT OF BEGINN- through a central angle of along said east lot line to ida Highway 79 and the thence South 1421'26" A petition in eminent do- 2008.
July 1, 1993, ing the southeast corner of ING; Containing 10,036 1355'27" to end of curve; POINT OF BEGINNING; North right-of-way of East 119.95 feet to said main has been filed to ac-
Plaintiff, the Northeast 1/4 of said square feet, more or less. thence departing said cen- Containing 3,258 square Washington Street to the existing northwesterly right quire certain property in- LINDA H. COOK
vs. Section 35; thence North OWNED BY: MON- terrine of construction, run feet, more or less. point of beginning; thence of way line of State Road terests in Washington Clerk of the Circuit Court
THOMAS R. SCHMIITT, 8708'51" West 2,629.61 ROE FRANK EAST- South 1002'19" East OWNED BY: MARY N8617'40"W and on the 79; thence South County, Florida.
Defendant. feet along the south line of ERULING 4 3 3 1 HODGES or GARY North right-of-way of said 3 6 2 8 3 2 Each defendant is required By: K. McDaniel
said Northeast 1A of Sec- SUBJECT TO: U n re feet to an intersection of HODGES Washington Street, 142.05 West 1,812.03 feet along to serve written defenses As Deputy Clerk
NOTICE OF ACTION tion 35 to the centerline of corded lease, if any, to the existing southerly right SUBJECTTO: If Gary feet; thence N0356'11"E, said right of way line to to the petition on As published in the
TO THOMASCHIi" survey of State Road 79, Frank's Auto Parts, Inc. of way line of Court Street, Hodges is deceased, his 198.69 feet to a point on POINT OF BEGINNING; petitioner's attorney, Washington County News
TO: THOMAS SCHMITT as shown on F.D.O.T. Mortgage recorded in OR as shown on said Right of spouse Mary Hodges, and the Southerly bank of Containing 4.326 acres, whose name and address September 27, October 4,
YOU ARENOTIFIED that Right of Way Map F.R No. Book286at Page 84, infa- Way Map, with the north- children Patricia Ann Holmes Creek; thence more or less. are shown below, on or 11,18,2008.
an action for mortgage 4071671 (said map being vor of, The Bank of Bonifay east corner of Lot 1, Block Hodges n/k/a Patricia Ann N8627'40"E and on the ALSO: before November 12,
foreclosure and damages on file at FD.O.T. District 3 Two, Parish Addition to Herndon and Steven Southerly bank of said C. A parcel of land being 2008, and to file the origi- Legal Notice Public Hear-
has been filed against you Office, Chipley, Florida); ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R. Vernon as recorded in Plat Hodges, along with the un- Holmes Creek, 135.00 feet in Section 26, Township 3 nal of the defenses with ing
and you are required to thence North 0311'15" 79 WASHINGTON Book 1, Page 41, of the known heirs, beneficiaries, to a point on the West North, Range 15 West, theclerkofthiscourteither
serve a copy of your writ- East 879.89 feet along said' COUNTY Public Records of Wash- devisees, legatees, right-of-way of said Florida Washington County, Flor- before service on the The Area Agency on Aging
ten defenses, if any, to it centerline of survey; DESCRIPTION ington County, Florida; spouses and creditors of Highway 79; thence ida, described as follows: petitioner's attorney or im- for North Florida, Inc. has
on TIMOTHY H. WELLS,' thence departing said cen- FEESIMPLE thence South 0243'41" Gary Hodges S0145'36"W and on the Commence at a 5/8 inch mediately thereafter, show- scheduled three Public
plaintiff's attorney, whose terrine of survey, run North RIGHT OF WAY West 117.00 feet along the West right-of-way of said iron rod and cap stamped ing what right, title, inter- Hearings for the 2009 Area
address isf R Box 155, o 8648'45" West 26.94 feet Parcel 107 east line of said Lot 1 to ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R. Florida Highway 79, 55.60 "LB 6816" marking the est, or lien defendant has Plan on Aging in Marianna,
Bonay, FL 32425, on or to an intersection of the "A certain parcel of land the southerly line of that 79 WASHINGTON feet to an iron pin; thence northeast corner of the in or to the property de- Crawfordville and Madi-
before October 24, 2008, existing westerly right of beginning at a point 95 certain property as de- COUNTY continue "W and on the Southeast 1/4 of said Sec- scribed in the petition, and son. Special emphasis will
and file the original with way line of said State feet South from the North- scribed in Official Records DESCRIPTION West right-of-way of said tion 26; thence North to show cause why that be on the Area Agency.on
the clerk of this court either Road 79, as shown on said east Corner of the SE 1/ of Book 68, Page 455, said FEE SIMPLE Florida Highway 79, 55.60 8637'48" West 934.18 feet property should not be Aging's implementation of
before service on plaintiffs Right of Way Map, with the NW 1/ of Section 35, Public Records of Wash- RIGHT OF WAY feet to an iron pin; thence along the north line of said taken for the uses and pur- the Aging Resource Center
attorney or immediately easterly extension of the Township 3 North, Range ington County, Florida, Parcel 130R continue S0l145'36"W and Southeast V1 to the cehter- poses set forth in the peti- and a discussionof the
thereafter; otherwise a de- northerly line of that cer- 15 West and running and POINT OF BEGINN- A portion of Lots 34 and on the west right-of-way of line of survey of State tion. If any defendant fails known or perceived needs
fault will be entered tain property as described thence South 30 feet; ING; thence South 35, Map of Vernon as per said Florida Highway 79, Road 79, as shown on to do so, a default will be of elders in the commu-
against you for the relief in Official Records Book thence West 60 feet; 8728'50" East 40.00 feet plat recorded in Plat Book 160.24 feet to the point of Florida Department of entered against that de- nity. Th e dates and loca-
demanded in the com- 39, Page 325 of the Public thence North 30 feet; along said southerly prop- 1, Page 23 of the Public beginning."; Containing Transportation (F.D.O.T.) fendant for the relief de- tions are as follows:
plaint or petition. Records of Washington thence East 60 feet to erty line to the westerly line Records of Washington 0.525 acres, more or less. Right of Way Map F.P.R manded in the petition.
Dated this 17 day of Sep- County, Florida, and point of beginning, lying of that certain property as County, Florida, being in OWNED BY: P & C #4071671 (said map be- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Tuesday, September 30,
Itember, 2008' r h POINT OF BEGINNING; and being in Section 35, described in Official Rec- Section 35, Township 3 GROCERS, INC., AN ALA- ing on file at F.D.O.T. Dis- that a declaration of taking 2008: Jackson County
LINDA COOK, Clerk of the thence North 8758'33" Township 3 North, Range ords Book 91, Page 133, North, Range 15 West, BAMA CORPORATION trict 3 Office, Chipley, Flor- has been filed in this Senior Center, 2931 Opti-
Court West 113.09 feet along 15West."; said Public Records of Washington County, Flor- SUBJECTTO: Mortgage ida); thence South cause and that petitioner mist Drive, Marianna, Flor-
By: K. McDaniel said northerly property line BEING MORE PARTICU- Washington County, Flor- ida, described as follows: recorded in OR Book 525 3628'32" West 886.05 feet will apply for an order of ida, 1:00 p.m 2:00 p.m.,
Deputy Clerk and the easterly extension LARLY DESCRIBED AS ida; thence South Commence at a 2 1/2 inch at Page 331, in favor of, along said centerline of taking and any other order Central Time.
As published in the Wash- thereof; thence departing FOLLOWS: 0243'41" West 109.16feet by 3 inch concrete monu- BLX Capital, LLC. n/k/a survey; thence departing the court deems proper
ington County News Sep- said line, run North A parcel of land being in along said westerly prop- ment (marked "BH") mark- Ciena Capital Funding, said centerline of survey, before the Honorable Allen Wednesday, October 15,
member 20, 27, October 4, 0311'15" East 6.00 feet to Section 35, Township 3 erty line to the northerly ing the southeast corner of LLC run North 5329'09" West L. Register, one of the 2008, Wakulla County Sen-
11, 2008. the southerly line of that North, Range 15 West, line of that certain property the Northeast 1/4 of said Mortgage recorded in OR 50.00 feet to an intersec- judges of this court, on ior Center, 33 Michael
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT certain property as de- Washington County, Flor- as described in Official Section 35; thence North Book 628 at Page 0003, in tion of the existing north- November 26th, 2008, at Drive, Crawfordville, Flor-
FOR WASHINGTON scribed in Official Records ida, described as follows: Records Book 273, Page 8708'51" West 2,629.61 favor of, H.B. Paulk Gro- westerly right of way line of 8:30 a.m. Central Standard ida, 10:00 a.m. 11:00
COUNTY FLORIDA Book 490, Page 297, said Commence at a 2 /2 inch 552, said Public Records feet along the south line of cery Company, Inc, erro- said State Road 79, as Time, at the Washington a.m., Eastern Time.
CASE NO. 08-145 CC Public Records of Wash- by 3 inch concrete monu- of Washington County, said Northeast 1/ of Sec- neously named therein as shown on said Right of County Courthouse at
ington County, Florida; ment (marked "BH") mark- Florida; thence North tion 35 to the centerline of H.L. Paulk Grocery Com- Way Map, with the south- Chipley, Florida. All de- Friday, October 17, 2008,
IRENE G. FISH, AS TRUS- thence South 8758'33" ing the southeast corner of 8805'21" West 40.00 feet survey of State Road 79, pany, Inc. erly line of that certain fendants in this action may Madison County Extension
TEE FOR THE IRENE G. East 113.09 feet along said the Northeast 1/4 of said to the easterly line of said as shown on F.D.O.T. property as described in request a hearing at the Office, 184 .NW College
FISH TRUST, southerly property line and Section 35; thence North property as described in Right of Way Map F.R No. ITEM NO. 4071671 S.R. Official Records Book 472, time and place designated Loop, Madison, Florida,
Plaintiff, the easterly extension 8708'51" West 2,629.61 Official Records Book 273, 4071671 (said map being 79 WASHINGTON Page 533, of the Public and be heard. Anydefend- 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.,
vs. thereof, to said existing feet along the south line of Page 552; thence North on file at F.D.O.T. District 3 COUNTY Records of Washington ant failing to file a request Eastern Time.
ANTOINETTE ELGERT, westerly right of way line of said Northeast 1/4 of Sec- 0243'41" East 57.10 feet Office, Chipley, Florida); DESCRIPTION County, Florida, and for hearing shall waive any
Defendant. State Road 79; thence tion 35 to the centerline of along said easterly prop- thence North 0311'15" FEE SIMPLE POINT OF BEGINNING; right to object to the order Documents for the Public
South 0314'48" West 6.00 survey of State Road 79, erty line to the southeast East 1,303.28 feet along RIGHT OF WAY thence South 3628'32" oftaking. Hearings will be available
NOTICE OF ACTION feet along said right of way as shown on F.D.O.T. corner of said Lot 1; said centerline of survey; Parcel 142R West 878.34 feet along WITNESS my hand and for distribution at each of
line to POINT OF BEGINN- Right of Way Map F.R No. thence continue North thence North 09057'45" A. A parcel of land being in said existing northwesterly the seal of this court on the locations above at the
TO: ANTOINETTE ING; Containing 679 4071671 (said map being 0243'41" East 52.48 feet East 31.16 feet along said Section 26, Township 3 right of way line of State 9/16/08. time of each hearing. In
ELGERT square feet, more or less. on file at F.D.O.T. District 3 along said east line of Lot centerline of survey of North, Range 15 West, Road 79 to the existing LINDA HAYES COOK addition, you may request
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that OWNED BY: JESSIE Office, Chipley, Florida); 1 to POINT OF BEGINN- State Road 79 to the cen- Washington County, Flor- easterly right of way line of As Clerk of Court a copy by contacting the
an action for mortgage MILLER thence North 0311'15" ING; Containing 4,680 terline of construction of ida, described as follows: County Road 279 (Pate By K. McDaniel Area Agency on Aging for
foreclosure and damages SUBJECT TO: Interest of East 1,217.37 feet along square feet, more or less. State Road 277, as shown Commence at a 5/8 inch Pond Road), as shown on As Deputy Clerk North Florida at
has been filed against you Willa Ruth Miller Johnson, said centerline of survey; OWNED BY: JAMES on said Right of Way Map; iron rod and cap stamped said Right of Way Map; (850)488-0055 or by email-
and you are required to Cindy Griggs and Marilea thence departing said cen- HASKINS thence South 8606'52" "LB 6816" marking the thence North 1414'43" TIMOTHY H. WELLS ing your request to
serve a copy of your writ- Pierce and the unknown terline of survey, run North SUBJECTTO: Retained East 192.32 feet along said northeast corner of the West 108.52 feet along Attorney for Petitioner aaanf@elderaffairs.org.
ten defenses, if any, to it heirs, beneficiaries, devi- 8624'18" West 26.59 feet interest in Emma Dee centerline of construction Southeast 1A of said Sec- said existing easterly right Post Office Box 607
on TIMOTHY H. WELLS, sees, legatees, spouses, to an intersection of the Roach according to that of State Road 277 to a tion 26; thence North of way line of County Road Chipley, Florida 32428 Comments may be sub-
plaintiff's attorney, whose and creditors of Jessie existing westerly right of instrument at OR Book 13, point on a tangent curve to 8637'48" West 934.18 feet 279; thence departing said (850) 415-9289 mitted to Janice D. Wise,
address is R O. Box 155, Miller, Deceased way line of said State Page 25 the left (concave north- along the north line of said right of way line, run North Florida Bar No.: 559806 Executive Director, 2414
Bonifay, FL 32425, on or Any interest claimed by Al- Road 79, as shown on said Bobbie J. Haskins as the westerly); thence south- Southeast 1 to the center- 3628'32" East 377.55 feet As published in the Wash- Mahan Drive, Tallahassee,
before October 24, 2008, bert D. ULiles and Richard Right of Way Map, with the surviving spouse of James easterly, easterly and line of survey of State to a point on a ington County News Sep- Florida 32308. Deadline
and file the original with H. Haskins, Trustees of the easterly extension of the Haskins, and the unknown northeasterly along said Road 79, as shown on non-tangent curve to the tember 20, 27, 2008. for consideration of com-
the clerk of this court either Church of Christ, an Unin- northerly line of that cer- heirs, beneficiaries, devi- centerline of construction Florida Department of right (concave northeast- ments in our Area Plan is
before service on plaintiffs corporate Church tain property as described sees, legatees, and credi- and said curve; having a Transportation (F.D.O.T.) erly); thence (from a tan- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Friday, October 24, 2008.
attorney or immediately in Official Records Book tors of James Haskins radius of 716.00 feet, for a Right of Way Map F.R gent bearing of South FOR WASHINGTON As published in the Wash-
thereafter; otherwise a de- ITEM NO.4071671 S. R. 285, Page 562 of the Pub- The unknown heirs, benefi- distance of 410.36 feet, 4071671 (said map being 51004'40" East) southeast- COUNTY, FLORIDA ington County News Sep-
fault will be entered 79 WASHINTON lic Records of Washington ciaries, devisees, legatees, through a central angle of on file at F.D.O.T. District 3 erly along said curve, hav- CASE NO. 67-08-CA-0003 tember 27, 2008.
against you for the relief COUNTY County, Florida, and spouses and creditors of 3250'17" to end of curve; Office, Chipley, Florida); ing a radius of 1,440.00 PUBLIC NOTICE
demanded in the com- DESCRIPTION POINT OF BEGINNING; Emma Dee Roach thence North 6102'52" thence South 36028'32" feet, for a distance of 5.00 JOHN S.OSTROWSKIlandP
plaint or petition. FEE SIMPLE thence North 8624'18" East 85.90 feet along said West 1,369.04 feet along feet, through a central an- SANDRA OSTROWSKI NOTICE OF PUBLIC
Dated this 17 day of Sep- RIGHT OF WAY West 77.84 feet along said ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R. centerline of construction said centerline of survey; gle of 0011'57" to end of Plaintiffs, HEARING ON APPLICA-
tember, 2008. Parcel105R northerly property line, and 79 WASHINGTON to a point on a tangent thence departing said cen- curve; thence North v TION FOR SPECIAL EX-
LINDA COOK, Clerk of the A parcel of land being in the easterly extension COUNTY curve to the right (concave terline of survey, run South 3445'38" East 432.55 feet MARY W. RUSSELL, and CEPTION TO THE WASH-
Court Section 35, Township 3 thereof, to the easterly line DESCRIPTION northwesterly); thence 5331'28" East 50.00 feet to said southerly property others, INGTON COUNTY LAND
By: K.McDaniel North, Range 15 West, of that certain property as FEE SIMPLE northeasterly along said t o line as per Official Records Defendants DEVELOPMENT CODE
Deputy Clerk Washington County, Flor- described in Official Rec- RIGHT OF WAY curve, having a radius of the existing southeasterly Book 472, Page 533; (LDC)
As published in the Wash- ida, described as follows: ords Book 334, Page 290, Parcel 122 A 1,528.00 feet, for a dis- right of way line of said thence South 5329'09" NOTICE OF ACTION
ington County News Sep- Commence at a 2 1/2 inch said Public Records of portion of Lot 25, Map of tance of 328.43 feet, State Road 79, as shown East 91.95 feet along said Washington County is con-
tember 20, 27, October 4, by 3 inch concrete monu- Washington County, Flor- Vernon as per plat re- through a central angle of on said Right of Way Map, southerly property line to TO:Leila Gladys House sidering an application for
11,2008. ment (marked "BH") mark- ida; thence North corded in Plat Book 1, 12018'55" to end of curve; and POINT OF BEGINN- POINT OF BEGINNING; 4114 Sherwood Ave a Special Excqption Type
ing the southeast corner of 0 1 3 6 0 5 Page 23 of the Public Rec- thence North 7321'46" ING; thence departing said Containing 1.642 acres, Columbus GA31904 V for the parcel described
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the Northeast 1/4 of said East 30.06 feet along said ords of Washington East 71.11 feet along said right of way line, continue more or less. by the legal description
FOR WASHINGTON Section 35; thence North easterly property line to County, Florida, being in centerline of construction; South 5331'28" East OWNED BY: W E S T Polly Kent presented below.
COUNTY, FLORIDA 8708'51" West 2,629.61 the southerly line of that Section 35, Township 3 thence departing said cen- 2 6 0 0 E R N 2300 N Highway 77
CASE NO. 67-08-CA-403 feet along the south line of certain property as de- North, Range 15 West, terline of construction, run feet; thence South MOUNTAIN CAPITAL Waxahachie TX In accordance with the
said Northeast %1 of Sec- scribed in Official Records Washington County, Flor- South 1638'14" East 47.75 3628'32" West 187.30 feet CORPORATION, A 75165-6219 Washington County Land
STATE OF FLORIDA tion 35 to the centerline of Book 274, Page 2116, said ida, described as follows: feet to an intersection of to the northerly line of that W Y O M Development Code (LDC)
DEPARTMENT OF TRANS- survey of State Road 79, Public Records of Wash- Commence at a 2 '/ inch the existing southeasterly certain property as de- ING CORPORATION Henry J. Chalkley a public hearing will be
PORTATION, as shown on F.D.O.T. ington County, Florida; by 3 inch concrete monu- right of way line of State scribed in Official Records 18 Webb Road held by the Washington
Petitioner, Right of Way Map F.R No. thence South 8624'27" ment (marked "BH") mark- Road 277, as shown on Book 574, Page 222 of the ITEM NO. 4071671 S. R. Phenix City AL 36369-2500 County Planning Commis-
vs. 4071671 (said map being East 78.70 feet along said ing the southeast corner of said Right of Way Map, Public Records of Wash- 79 WASHINGTON sion (the designated Local
P&CGROCERS, tNC., on file at F.D.O.T. District 3 southerly property line, the Northeast %, of said with the westerly line of ington County, Florida; COUNTY Gordon C. Chalkley Planning Agency) and the
an Alabama Corporation, Office, Chipley, Florida); and the easterly extension Section 35; thence North said Lot 35 and POINT OF thence North 5308'56" DESCRIPTION 811 9th Street Washington County Board
and others thence North 0311'15" thereof, to said existing 8708'51" West 2,629.61 BEGINNING; said point West 26.00 feet along said FEESIMPLE Phenix City AL 36867-6662 of County Commissioners
Defendants. East 1,303.28 feet along westerly right of way line of feet along the south line of being on a non-tangent northerly property line to RIGHTOFWAY to solicit and consider
NOTICE OF ACTION IN said centerline of survey; State Road 79; thence said Northeast %, of Sec- curve to the left (concave said existing southeasterly Parcel 1104 Gordon S. Chalkley public input concerning
EMINENT DOMAIN AND thence North 0957'45" South 0314'48" West tion 35 to the centerline of northwesterly); thence right of way line; thence A parcel of land being in 1708 18th Street the proposed Special Ex-
NOTICE OF HEARING East 19.52 feet along said 30.04 feet along said right survey of State Road 79, (from a tangent bearing of North 3628'32" East Section 26, Township 3 Columbus GA 31901 ception Type V as defined
FOR CONSTRUCTIVE centerline of survey; of way line to POINT OF as shown on F.D.O.T. North 7606'35" East) 187.13 feet along said North, Range 15 West, by the Washington County
SERVICE OF PROCESS thence departing said cen- BEGINNING; Containing Right of Way Map F.R No. northeasterly along said existing southeasterly right Washington County, Flor- Lawrence C. Davis Land Development Code
terline of survey, run North 2,351 square feet, more or 4071671 (said map being right of way line and said of way line to POINT OF ida, described as follows: Route 4 Box 80 (LDC), and- applied for by
TO: OUT OF STATE DE- 8002'15" West 26.03 feet less. on file at F.D.O.T. District 3 curve, having a radius of BEGINNING; Containing Commence at a 5/8 inch Buena Vista GA 31803 Mike and Tammi Swear-
FENDANTS to an intersection of the OWNED BY: Office, Chipley, Florida); 1,960.08 feet, for a dis- 4,868 square feet, more or iron rod and cap stamped ington, the property
WESTERN MOUNTAIN existing westerly right of WILLIAM SHELTON thence North 0311'15" tance of .131.17 feet, less. "LB 6816" marking the RonaldW. Davis ownerss. This Special Ex-
CAPITAL CORPORATION, way line of said State COATNEY, ADRON E. East 1,303.28 feet along through a central angle of ALSO: northeast corner of the 3157 Montwood Dr ception if granted will allow
A WYOMING CORPORA- Road 79 with the existing COATNEY Deceased said centerline of survey; 0350'04" to end of curve; B. A parcel of land being Southeast ', of said Sec- Montgomery AL 36116 for the location of a Mining
TION SERVE:Wyoming southerly right of way line SUBJECTTO: Peggy A. thence North 09057'45" thence South 1743'30" in Section 26, Township 3 tion 26; thence North Operation (Sand/Borrow
Corporate Services, Inc of Court Avenue (Court Riley, Peggy Angelique East 31.16 feet along said East 43.00 feet to a point North, Range 15 West, 8637'48" West 992.68 feet Reginald D. Davis Pit) to be developed and
2710 Thomas Avenue Street per plat), as shown Strickland, and the un- centerline of survey of on a non-tangent curve to Washington County, Flor- along the north line of said 240 Bear Road operated in an area desig-
Cheyenne, WY 82001-3029 on said Right of Way Map known heirs, beneficiaries, State Road 79 to the cen- the right (concave north- ida, described as follows: Southeast % to the center- Eufaula AL 36027 nated for
PARCEL 1,42R, 1104 and POINT OF BEGINN- devisees, legatees, and terline of construction of westerly); thence (from a Commence at a 5/8 inch line of construction of Agriculture/Silviculture Fu-
RESIDENCE UNKNOWN ING; thence South creditors of Adron E. State Road 277, as shown tangent bearing of South iron rod and cap stamped State Road 79, as shown Jimmy Cupp ture Land Use.
The unknown heirs, benefi- 10o40'53" West 22.65 feet Coatney, Deceased on said Right of Way Map; 7216'31" West) southwest- "LB 6816" marking the on F.D.O.T. Right of Way Post Office Box 760
ciaries, devisees, legatees, along said westerly right of thence South 8606'52" erly along said curve, hav- northeast corner of the Map F.R #4071671 (said Cloudcroft NM 88317 A public hearing to review
spouses and creditors way line; thence South ITEM NO. 4071671 S.R. East 192.32 feet along said ing a radius of 2,003.08 Southeast % of said Sec- map being on file at the application for the Spe-
ADRON E. COATNEY, De- 0314'47" West 55.67 feet 79 WASHINGTON centerline of construction feet, for a distance of 38.04 tion 26; thence North F.D.O.T. District 3 Office, Ralph Michael cial Exception Type V will
ceased PARCEL107 along said westerly right of COUNTY of State Road 277 to a feet, through a central an- 8637'48" West 934.18 feet Chipley, Florida); thence 2548 Old Alabama Road be held by the Washington
The unknown heirs, benefi- way line to the easterly ex- DESCRIPTION point on a tangent curve to gle of 0105'17" to end of along the north line of said South 3628'32" EastThomastonGA30286 Count Pannin Commis-


canes, evisees, legatees, tension of the northerly line FEE SIMPLE the left (concave north- curve; thence South Southeast 1, to the center- 1426.29 feet along said sion at 5:00 PM or as soon
spouses and creditors of of that certain property as RIGHTOFWAY westerly); thence south- 7321'46" West 55.86 feet; line of survey of State centerline of construction; if alive, and .if dead, any thereafter as possible on
JAMES HASKINS, De- described in Official Rec- Parcel 116 easterly, easterly and thence North 8732'36" Road 79, as shown on thence departing said unknown parties or entities October 7, 2008, in the
ceased PARCEL 116 ords Book 35, Page 141 of A parcel of land being in northeasterly along said West 50.57 feet to the Florida Department of centerline of construction, claiming as heirs, devi- Commissioners Meeting
The unknown heirs, benefi- the Public Records of Section 35, Township 3 centerline of construction southerly extension of the Transportation (F.D.O.T.) run North 5331'28" West sees, grantees, assignees, Room located at 1331
ciaries, devisees, legatees, Washington County, Flor- North, Range 15 West, and said curve, having a westerly line of said Lot 35; Right of Way Map F.R 85.00 feet to the POINT OF lienors, creditors, trustees South Boulevard, Chipley,
spouses and creditors ida; thence North Washington County, Flor- radius of 716.00 feet, for a thence North 0205'39" #4071671 (said map be- BEGINNING; said point or as other claimants by, Florida.
GARY HODGES, De- 8 6 2 4 2 7 ida, described as follows: distance of 183.19 feet, East 30.31 feet along said ing on file at F.D.O.T. Dis- being on a non-tangent through, under or against
ceased PARCEL 122 West 78.70 feet along said Commence at a 2 1/2 inch through a central angle of southerly extension (also trict 3 Office, Chipley, Flor- curve to the right (concave those defendants named A public hearing to review
The unknown heirs, benefi- extension and said prop- by 3 inch concrete monu- 1439'34" to end of curve; being the west line) of Lot ida); thence South northeasterly); thence from above the application for the Spe-
ciaries, devisees, legatees, erty line to the westerly line ment (marked "BH") mark- thence departing said cen- 35 to POINT OF BEGINN- 3628'32" West 336.02 feet a tangent bearing of North cial Exception Type V will
spouses and creditors of of said property as de- ing the southeast corner of terline of construction, run ING; Containing 5,632 along said centerline of 5117'41" West run north- YOU ARE NOTIFIED that be held by the Washington
MITCHELL B. HOWELL, scribed in Official Records the Northeast 1/4 of said South 1046'24" East 2.85 square feet, more or less. survey; thence departing westerly along said curve, an action to quiet title to County Board of County
Deceased PARCEL 130R Book 35, Page 141; thence Section 35; thence North feet to an intersection of OWNED BY: MITCHELL said centerline of survey, having a radius of 1,580.00 real property on the fol- Commissioners at 5:00 PM
The unknown heirs, benefi- South 0136'05" West 8708'51" West 2,629.61 the existing northerly right B. HOWELL run North 5333'16" West feet, for a distance of lowing property in Wash- or as soon thereafter as
ciaries, devisees, legatees, 30.06 feet along said west- feet along the south line of of way line of Court Street, SUBJECT TO: If Mitchell 50.00 feet to an intersec- 363.33 feet, through a cen- ington County, Florida: possible on October 23,
spouses and creditors erly property line to the said Northeast 1/4 of Sec- as shown on said Right of B. Howell is deceased, his tion of the existing north- tral angle of 1310'32" to 2008, in the Commission-
JESSIE MILLER, northerly line of that cer- tion 35 to the centerline of Way Map, with the south- widow Eleanor B. Howell, westerly right of way line of said existing easterly right Beginning 75 feet East of ers Meeting Room located
Deceased tain property as described survey of State Road 79, east corner of said Lot 25, son Randy Howell, and the said State Road 79, as of way line of County Road the SW Corner of Lot 4, at 1331 South Boulevard,
, PARCEL 104 in Official Records Book as shown on F.D.O.T. and POINT OF BEGINN- unknown heirs, beneficiar- shown on said Right of 279; thence North Block E, Hagerman Addi- Chipley, Florida. All inter-
Theunknown heirs, benefi- 285, Page 562, said Public Right of Way Map F.R No. ING; thence North ies, devisees, legatees, Way Map, with the north- 1414'43" West 633.26 feet tion, Chipley, Florida; ested members of the pub-
claries, devisees, legatees, Records; thence North 4071671 (said map being 87O24'09" West 94.37 feet spouses and creditors of erly line of that certain along said right of way thence run East 52 feet; lic are encouraged to at-


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tend. Public hearings may
be continued from time to
time as may be necessary.
Legal Description of Par-
cel:
COMMENCE AT A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT
MARKED LB 2372 AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP
1 NORTH, RANGE 13
WEST, WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA;
THENCE N89E55'56"W
ALONG THE SOUTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID
SECTION 35 AND THE
NORTH RIGHT OF,WAY
LINE OF STATE ROAD
NO. 20 A DISTANCE OF
1112.28 FEET TO AN
IRON ROD MARKED LB
2372; THENCE DEPART-
ING SAID SOUTH
BOUNDARY AND SAID
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY
LINE AND RUN THENCE
N00E29'38"E, 800.00 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT MARKED LB 2372,
SAID CONCRETE MONU-
MENT BEING THE POINT
OF BEGINNING; THENCE
CONTINUE N00E29'38"E,
1860.23 FEET TO A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT
MARKED LB 2372 ON THE
NORTH BOUNDARY OF
THE SOUTH HALF OF
AFORESAID SECTION 35;
THENCE N89E58'14"W
ALONG THE SAID NORTH
BOUNDARY 1412.86 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONU-
MENT MARKED PSM
6017; THENCE
S00E29'38'W, 1859.29
FEET TO AN IRON ROD
MARKED LB 2372;
THENCE S89E55'56"E,
1412.85 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
LESS AND EXCEPT:


WOODRIDGE, AN UNRE-
COMMENCE AT THE CORDED SUBDIVISION: Information concerning
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF this proposed develop-
SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP COMMENCE AT A CON- ment and Application for
1 NORTH, RANGE 13 CREATE MONUMENT Special Exception are
WEST, WASHINGTON MARKED LB 2372 AT THE available for review at the
COUNTY, FLORIDA; SOUTHEAST CORNER OF Washington County Plann-
THENCE N89E55'56"W SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP ing Commission Office at
ALONG THE SOUTH 1 NORTH, RANGE 13 1331 South Boulevard,
BOUNDARY OF SAID WEST, WASHINGTON Chipley, Florida.
SECTION 35 AND THE COUNTY, FLORIDA;
NORTH RIGHT OF WAY THENCE N89E55'56'W Pursuant to the provisions
LINE OF STATE ROAD ALONG THE SOUTH of the Americans with Dis-
NO. 20 FOR A DISTANCE BOUNDARY OF SAID abilities Act, any person
OF 1112.28 FEET TO AN SECTION 35 AND THE requiring special accom-
IRON ROD MARKED LB NORTH RIGHT OF WAY modations to participate in
2372; THENCE LEAVING LINE OF STATE ROAD these meetings is asked to
SAID SOUTH BOUNDARY NO. 20 A DISTANCE OF advise the County at
AND SAID NORTH RIGHT 1112.28 FEET TO AN 850-638-6200 at least 48
OF WAY LINE, IRON ROD MARKED LB hours before the meeting.
N00E29'38"E, FOR A DIS- 2372, SAID IRON ROD BE- "If any person decides to
TANCE OF 800.00 FEET ING THE POINT OF BE- appeal any decision made
TO A CONCRETE MONU- GINNING; THENCE CON- by the board, agency, or
MENT MARKED LB TINUE N89E55'56'W commission, with respect
2372,AND THE POINT OF ALONG SAID SOUTH to any matter considered
BEGINNING; THENCE BOUNDARY AND NORTH at such meeting or hear-
N00E28'58"E (RECORD RIGHT OF WAY LINE ing, he or she will need a
BEARING BEING 60.00 FEET TO AN IRON record of the proceedings,
N00E29'38"E), FOR A DIS- ROD MARKED LB 2372; and that for such purpose,
TANCE OF 465.39 FEET; THENCE DEPARTING he or she may need to en-
THENCE N89E55'56"W SAID SOUTH BOUNDARY sure that a verbatim record
FOR A DISTANCE OF AND SAID NORTH RIGHT of the proceedings is
527.96 FEET; THENCE WAY LINE AND RUN made, which record in-
S00E29'19"W, 465.37 THENCE N00E29'38"E, eludes the testimony and
FEET; THENCE 800.00 FEET TO AN IRON evidence upon which the
S89E56'07"E (RECORD ROD MARKED LB 2372; appeal is based." FS
BEARING BEING THENCE S89E55'56"E, 286.0105
S89E55'56"E), 528.00 60.00 FEET TO A CON- As published in the Wash-
FEET TO THE POINT OF CREATE MONUMENT ington County News Sep-
BEGINNING. SUBJECT MARKED LB 2372; tember 27, 2008.
TO A 60.00 FT. THENCE S00E29'38"W,
INGRESS/EGRESS AND 800.00 FEET TO THE
UTILITY EASEMENT POINT OF BEGINNING.
ALONG THE EAST SIDE. 1110
SAID LANDS LYING IN SUBJECT TO DRIVEWAY r-c-o--- E--
AND BEING A PORTION EASEMENT AS RE- COLOR SELLS!
OF. SECTION 35, TOWN- CORDED IN OFFICIAL Get Your Classified Ad
SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE RECORDS BOOK 429, in
13 WEST, WASHINGTON PAGE 188 OF THE PUB- I COLOR.
COUNTY, FLORIDA, CON- LIC RECORDS OF WASH- Call now for details
TRAINING 5.6410 ACRES INGTON COUNTY FLOR- and be noticed!
MORE OR LESS. IDA. I 638-0212 I
or
TOGETHER WITH: DE- Parcel contains 52.6 acres 547-9414
SCRIPTION OF TRACT B, more or less. -

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slide in Coachman an acceptable equiva- Other Apartments, 602 S. Weeks 2/3R, 2BA ,like brand
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2008. 8:00am-1:00pm. On EOE/Drug Free tion. Rent includes stove,346-3303.
corner of Hwy 90 and Hwy Workplace. refrigerator, city water, 4BR/1%BA, 1078 sq.ft,
77. Directly behind New sewer, garbage. Sorry no 3BR/2BA, 1168 sq. ft.
Life Fellowship Churchr. pets or HUD. both near one acre lot with
feFeli_______ _______-- [ 5100 850-638-3306. fruit-trees, both in Chipley.
__- _Reasonably priced.
Healthcare 850-547-2091.
3240 ARNP Needed for local 6 140 abalauction.
u Sho Medical Practice. Mon- Lawn Care/Outside 2BR/1BA House in Chip- COrn
*GunShow* day thru Friday. If inter- Maintenance ey. Water, sewer & gar-
Sept 27th & 28th ested, please send re- bage eluded. $600 Calhoun City
Nat'l Peanut Festival Bldg. sume to: ARNR RO. i bage included. $600 Calhoun City
NaUS231 SoPeanut Festivalh Box 947, ChipleyBldg. sme to:ARN O. Lawn Care / Pressure month, $300 deposit. Altha, FL. 3BD/31BA on
US 231 South Box 947, Chipley, FL. Washing @ General out- 850-814-2625. White Pond.
Dothan, Alabama For more information, side maintenance Ask for On-line bidding now
OVER 250 TABLES please call James free estimates. 3BR/2BA in Sunny-Hills nLive auction Octn. 16,
Sat, 9-5pm; Sun., 10-4pm 850-638-1230. 260-9508 or 6385997 Aea (Ekcam Blvd) laun- 2008Oct. 16,
__Info: 334-279-9895 dry room with W&D, appli 850-510-2501. AB2387
ances included, 5ft. fence
se Min backyard. $850/mo, For Sale: 2BR/1BA house
giIAili Logistics/Transportation $700' deposit. in country, Gavin Rd, 31
| 3250 6100 | 850-271-1248 or acres, shed, 2 wells, caen-
Cat Fish Pond now open. Tour Bus Driver 850-527-6262. tral heat/air fish pond.
$1.50Ib. 1608 Hwy 90 in needed with tour bus or ART Gallery for RENT For Rent- Like New $85,000. 850-263-6999
Chipley. Stop at house school bus 2 years ex- Special$250.00 rae for only 2BR/2BA. South of Chip-
between Surplus Salvage perience a must. Part time $250.00 a month. 2BR2BA. ke free.South of Chip-
& Pik Quick. leading into full time. (850) Water, Sewer and Gar- ley. No pets, smoke free.
&PikQ773-3900ickbage pickup included.$ 5 0 0 / m o n t h 7120ad
Eddie's Backyard Webld#34007993 Call 850 547-5244 to fill 850-685-2353. For Sale or Lease; Com-
farm pumpkins, peaches, home, secluded, 2 ponds, South Blvd., Chipley. Is set
boil peanuts, tupelo very private. Call up & furnished for Day
honey, vine-ripe tomatoes, 850-849-5068 Care Center but any com-
Mississippi sweet pota- mercial venture will be
toes, sweet yellow onions. For Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom considered. Call for lease
Open Mon-Sat 10am till homes. no pets, deposit rates & terms. Sq footage
6pm. 1602 South Blvd at Home Health Services required, Bonifay 2156. Kitchen, 5(or 6) of-
Vernon Hwy (277) in Chip- 850-547-5007 fices(rooms). Reception
ley. Call 850-260-9079. area. Progressive Realty.
Drive on in the backyard. Nice clean Houses, Apart- 850-638-8220.
Drive on in the backyard. ments, Mobile homes for 850 638 8220.
RECRUITMENT EVENT rent4R/2BAs, Mobie homes for
for sale 850-547-5085 or
Tuesday, September 30, 2008 850-547-2531 7150
I Green Peanuts 4:30-7:00 PM
For Boiling 1 Sq. Acre w/6ft. fence
1567 Piney Grove Rd. Basketcase Cafe Publisher's and well. Located off Hwy
I 8-6, Mon-Fri, 8-5, Sat. 228 South Oates Street Notice 77, near Sunny Hills, on
638-5002, 260-5003 or Dothan, AL 36301 Victory Rd. $40,000. Call
527-3380. All real estate advertising in 850-258-6481 or
L -- ------- 334.671.1117. this newspaper is subject to 850-773-3892.
Refreshments will be providedthe Fair Housing Act which Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
=r_.El^ = Refreshments will be provided., makes it illegal to advertise R -O
^ -2- We will also have drawings for door prizes. "any preference, limitation or res on Buddy Rd. One 10
3260We will also have drawings or door prizes, discrimination based on acres & One 13 acres on
race, color, religion, sex, Gainer Rd. For more info
Trapped by Alcohol? For Alabama opportunities, contact handicap, familial status or call 850-638-1858.
For Medical treatment of Jason Hodges at (866) 299-4733 national origin, or an inten
tion, to make any such pref-
and abousae For Florida opportunities, contact erence, limitation or dis-
and abuse crimination" Familial status 7 --
Call 850-638-4555 Kim Baldwin at (866) 646-0407 includes children under the
for once a month age of 18 living with parents READY TO MOVE IN
treatment. HOT OPPORTUNITIES! or legal custodians, preg- This 1860 Sq. Ft. 3BR/2BA
Recruiting now for ful-time, part-time, nant women and people se- Grand Manor Double Wide
and PRNcuring custody of children and 5 Acres. Central Air,
and PRN under 18. Appliances, Large deck
-vj, Rehab Specialty Director overlooking pond, 15 mi
' 3280 Physical Therapists knowingly accept any adver- SW of Chipley FL. Financ-
Wanted- Used lawn Physical Therapist Assistants tising for real estate which is ing, $86,500.
mower trailer, 6x10. Occupational Therapists in violation of the law. Our (866)471-2005.
Also, need used equip- readers are hereby informed
ent trailer w/military Certified Occupational Therapist Assistants that all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are availa-
hitch, 8x20. Call 548-5234. To serve the patients of our Marianna, FL blie on a equal opportunity 81 10
basis. To complain of dis-
and Ozark, AL agencies crimination call HUD toll-free 1988 Brougham
UXJ_______! at 1-800-669-9777. The D'Elegance Cadillac.
*Sign on bonus available for select positions toll-free number for the hear- Power windows, locks,
3300 www.amedisys.com ing impaired is seats, AC, AM-FM radio
2000 Honda 300 4- EOE M/F/D/V 1-800-927-9275. w/tape. Good tires, very
wheeler, $2500. Revelation clean inside and out.
Pump shotgun, $125. Mar 106,200 miles. $2,500
lin .22 semi-automatic rifle, / OBO. 850-548-1215.
$85. Smith and Wesson \ T 2008 Nissan Sentra, auto-
$125. Call before 8PM .. _, miles, $14,500., 34+ miles
850-535-0944. 'l per gallon. 850-849-1879,
rT- -Sei-------, ce-- --. i 6170 850-547-3621 EXT392
Taxi ServicCOMPANY, / 2 br Singlewide M.H. on Crown Vic, 1996. $2,999.

| Dependable Taxi: local IN .... Corbin Rd at County Line One owner. AC, P/S, P/nW,
& long distance, great All electric. Foe more infor- tinted windows. Clean.
I princes i Call, daytime Are you an energetic and dependable mation call Lou Corbin @ 850-638-4374 or
S850-849-1315 or night: 1 worker? If so, you qualify for an 638-1911. Sorry no pets. 850 726-0812.
'- 7 -"' opportunity to launch your career with a 2BR Mobile Home. Total
electric, stove & refagera-
di Z growing company! You must be willing tor. Front deck. Smoke 8130
31to traveland have validIDandSScard. free environment. No pets. 1988 Ford F-150, needs
StotravelandhavevalidDanApply @ The Westerner, work, new tires, gas tank,
FOR SALE: Pianos Come by, introduce yourself and fill out 638-1124. radiator, new transmission,
Drums, Guitars, Band an application. (EOE) 2BR/1BA Mobile Home a $850-596-2428. a
Instruments. $300. month, plus $300.
WANTED; USED INSTRU- We offer great benefits to qualifying deposit, no pets, Call
MENTS. 547-2043. Leave message.
LESSONS: Guitar, Bass, employees such as 401k, group medical 2BR/1BA Mobile Home in 8140 -
Covington Music, and dental insurance, employee stock Bonifay. $350 month. 99 Ford 350 V-10 ext.van,
8 5 0 -6 3 8 5 0 5 0 purchase, vacation, life and LTD Near Bonifay Elementary tow package, excellent
850-557-1918. prcase, action, le an L School. 850-547-3746. condition. 78,000 miles,
-- insurance, uniforms and per diem. 2BR/2BA mobile home for $6750. Call 850-638-9771.
I S / .rent near Chipley" 1996 Ford Extended Van
,, ,,r/en, t, na (850)638-4689 C i/new motor. $1,500.

Leola Brock Nurseries vCOlUdO-' 644dt4k/V 3BR/1.5BA, Doublewide Van, $1,000. Will sell both
mbhile home nn n,,t for $2200. 850-258-6481 or


LLC Plants, trees and kC e194 6 $400. month with $400. se- 850-773-3892.
shrubs. Landscape design, curity deposit. References '97 Mercury Villager, 7
landscape contracting, irri- We are now taking applications for required, Call: '97 Mercury Villager, 7
gation systems. 1788 t passenger. Duel air, full
White Road, Bonifay, FL -Welders 850-547-0989 power, premium audio.
32425 (Washington -Mechanics 3BR/2BA 14X70 Mobile Perfect paint, tires & inte-
County) (850)638-1202; home located in Chipley, rior. LOW 68,000 miles.
326-1500 -Class A CDL Drivers Fl., at 1105 South Blvd. Bluebook $6,000. Best of-
MUMS ARE INI Azaleas -Equipment Operators $525/mo plus s.-00
$500/deposit. Call
$1.87. Fruit trees $12.00. -Construction Crew Laborers 850-209-5696.
'Little Gem' Mags $35.001
Buy direct from licensed www.trawickconstruction.com 3BR/2BA Mobilehome in 8150
grower, Swanson's All Chipley, W/D hook-up, 1994 Ford Dump Truck.
Ways Growin' Nursery, 1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, Fl CH/A, in park near ele- 647,608 miles. Pick up bid
Uc#48001832. 1658 Hwy. mentary school. No pets. forms at Community South
177-A, 11mi. NW Bonifay, 850.638.0429 $475/mo plus $475 de- Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
Tues-Sat, 850-547-2938. posit. 850-638-0560. E., Chipley, FL.


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