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In The News
The time to trick or
treat is almost here
Chipley merchants will
be distributing candy from
5:30-6:30 p.m. Oct. 31 in a
Woman's Club to host
The Chipley Junior
Woman's Club will hold its
annual membership drive
at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct.
13, at 607 North Fifth St. in
All ladies interested
in joining this service-
oriented club are invited to
The Chipley Junior
Woman's Club serves
the local community
through numerous projects
throughout the year
including the Lassos and
consignment sale, annual
scholarships, trash pick-up
For more information, call
Boo Weekley starts
AMP Energy 500
Milton's Boo Weekley
got things started Sunday,
Oct. 5, to the roar of more
than 150,000 racing fans at
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Father-son drug team charged
On Tuesday, Oct. 7, Wash-
ington County Sheriff's Office
K-9 deputies and investigators,
as part of an ongoing investiga-
tion, served a search warrant on
2999 Lucas Lake Road in the
Greenhead area of Washington
County. A father-and-son grow-
ing "team" was
charged in the
A search of the property re-
vealed marijuana packaged for
sale and marijuana drying in the
attic of the home, totaling about
The marijuana was grown on
the suspects' property, according
Elton Harvey Sapp,. 45, and
Elton Lee Sapp, 22, were taken
into custody. Father and son both
were charged with possession of
marijuana with intent to sell.
"I have to give credit to both
narcotics investigators and a well-
trained K-9 team for this find,"
said Washington County Sheriff
Bobby Haddock. "Because of the
intense training our K-9s com-
plete, they are an invaluable asset
to our officers.
Deputy Jeremy Pelfrey and K-
9 Aix were the K-9 team involved
in finding the marijuana.
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Habitat for Humanity's Thrift Store Volunteer Application Breakfast was Wednesday at Bear's
Habitat honors volunteers
The Habitat for Humanity held a breakfast
Wednesday, Oct. 8, at Bear's BBQ to thank all
of the volunteers working with them at the thrift
The Habitat for Humanity Thrift Store is
scheduled for renovations, and the store is hold-
ing a remodeling sale'Saturday, Oct. 11, and Sat-
urday, Oct. 18.
'All of our volunteers have been doing a
marvelous job, and this is just to show how
much we appreciate their help," said Habitat I
Chairperson Gail Davis. "We are still look-
ing for volunteers and thank everyone for their
The remodeling sale \\ill feature
clothes, including formal ~iear. for $1
a bag, and all merchandise \%ill be
Guest speaker Jackie Pierce.
house manager of I AM Inn
Ministries, presented a check for
$250 to the Habitat store on be-
half of the Inn.
"I AM Inn is a shelter for women who are try-
ing to rebuild their lives," Pierce said. "For what-
ever reason, they are in need of a place to stay
until they can get back on their feet."
I AM Inn Ministry began in September 2005,
Pierce said, starting in Chipley with two women
in a two-bedroom apartment.
"To date, the Inn has helped over 50 women,
See HABITAT, Page 2
House Manager Jackie Pierce
donates $250 to the Habitat for
Humanity via Chairman Gail
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Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Mayor Linda Cain, Mayor Pro
Tern Karen Rustin and Council
Member Tommy McDonald Jr.
are sworn in by County Judge
Chipley City Council re-elected
Linda Cain as mayor and Karen
Rustin as mayor pro tem Thursday
night. County Judge Colby Peel
also swore in Cain, Rustin and
Tommy McDonald Jr. as council
All three were unopposed in
the general election.
The council also approved a
request by Stephen Lassiter, rep-
resenting Washington Invincibles
Camp 1541 of Sons of Confeder-
ate Veterans, to fly "The Bonnie
Blue Flag" for 24 hours on April
26, 2009, to celebrate Confeder-
ate Memorial Day. Lassiter of-
fered the council a choice between
the 1861 National Ensign and the
"flag that bears a single star," and
the latter was chosen.
Lassiter said the local brigade of
SCV would supply a granite base
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some by only a short stay with
a bus ticket home and some
choosing to stay and continue
to strengthen their walk with
God until the time is right for
each one to return to their
families and children," she
Pierce talked about how
she had found herself in a
poor marriage for 26 years
and then spent two years
in jail because her husband
had her arrested for forging
"I have no regrets though,"
Pierce said. "In those two
years, I came to know the
love and lessons of God, and
I believe it has made all the
difference because now I
have the experience needed
to know what it's like to have
to start your life all over
Pierce, thanked Habitat
for its community involve-
ment. Davis was equally
complimentary of Pierce.
"She is quite the inspi-
ration," Davis said. "We
could learn a lot from her
dedicated determination and
For more information on
Habitat store hours, volun-
teering or donations, contact
Ayshia Hatcher at 638-4555.
Pictures courtesy of Rondal Crutchfield
The CHS band performs its 2008 marching show featuring music from Broadway musical "Les Miserables."
IJpist United Pentecostal Church
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The Chipley High School "Spirit of the Tiger" Marching Band marches at the
Southeastern States Marching Band Festival at Troy University.
Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Mayor Linda Cain honors Jan Bossert as Employee of
Continued from page 1
and a flagpole at the William
Dudley Chipley monument
near the depot. A memorial
service also is planned, Las-
siter said. Lassiter said there
are plans for a veterans/heri-
tage park in the future like
that originally planned for
Moss Hill Park.
Council member Cheryl
McCall also presented a
little history to Chamber of
Commerce Executive Direc-
tor Ted Everett: a glass dis-
play with numerous histori-
cal items she has collected.
Items include a Chipley
Centennial button and a his-
toric phone book. The dis-
play will be on exhibit in the
lobby of City Hall until the
chamber moves into the old
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The Chipley High School
"Spirit of the Tiger" March-
ing Band participated in the
Southeastern States March-
ing Band Festival on Oct. 4 at
Troy University. Along with
19 other bands from Ala-
bama, Georgia and Florida,
the CHS band performed
their field show before a large
crowd at the Movie Gallery
.Each band was evalu-
ated in the areas of music
performance, marching and
maneuvering, and general ef-
fect. Additional areas judged
were color guard, percussion
and drum major. A judge in
each area rated every band's
performance on a three-point
scale with "Superior" being
The CHS Band per-
formed its 2008 marching
show featuring music from
the Broadway musical "Les
Miserables." The Chipley
Band received superior rat-
ings from all five judges. The
percussion and drum major
also were awarded "supe-
rior" ratings for their contri-
bution to the band's overall
The 56-member "Spirit
of the Tiger" band was led
on the field by drum major
Justin Woods, band captain
Maxie Boles, percussion cap-
tain Wade Boan and guard
captain Tabitha Shumaker
Band director Richard
Davenport said the band now
is preparing for its perfor-
mance at the Florida Band-
masters Association March-
ing Band Assessment on
Saturday, Oct. 11, in Pensac-
ola, as well as performances
throughout the remainder of
City Hall once renovation is
Jan Bossert was honored as
Employee of the Quarter.
Christine Stevenson of
5th United Holiness church
presented the council with
signatures of residents at
the housing authority on
Old Bonifay Road and
proof of liability insurance,
and the council approved
the church's street fair. The
fair will be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Oct. 18 and is designed to of-
fer positive alternatives for
young people. Everything
would be free.
The council also approved
several change orders for
the wastewater project that
brought the total price to
about $8.8 million. City Ad.
ministrator Jim Morris noted
that this is still well below the
video of local
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Young and old alike are ready to enjoy the Trunk or
Treat in downtown Chipley.
'Trick or Treat'
Plans for trick-or-treating in downtown Chipley have been
made. Merchants will be distributing candy from 5:30-6:30
p.m. Oct. 31. All merchants are urged to take part in this
community event, whether you are located in downtown or
elsewhere in the Chipley/Washington County area.
Because of the large number of children who traditionally
participate, the event is being relocated for safety reasons.
The change includes blocking off north and south Railroad
Avenue from State 77 to Martin Luther King and blocking
the intersection of 7th and Martin Luther King from U.S.
When you have
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our clinical research study.
You may be able to join a
clinical research study if
you suffer from the pain
experienced after having
shingles, which is also called
post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN).
The purpose of this study is to
test an investigational drug
in people who no longer have
shingles but who still have
You may be able to be in
this study if you:
Are at least 18 years old
Have had a diagnosis of
PHN and associated pain
for at least 3 months
The study doctor will go
over other requirements with
you. If you take part in the
study, you can expect at
least 9 clinic visits. Your
time in the study will last
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participants will not be
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office visits, medical exams,
and study medicine.
To find out if you pre-
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90 to Church Street (farmer's market
The streets and parking in this area
will be used for a "Trunk or Treat." Mer-
chants are to use these areas to set up
a booth or use a car or truck and deco-
rate it with emphasis your business and
pass out candy from there.
For more information or if you
would like to help with this year's
Trunk or Treat, call 638-7892 or e-mail
Kevin Russell was
born Oct. 5, 1986, in
Jackson Hospital. He
his 22nd birthday
with his family. His
mother is Barbara
aunt, Sherri Biddle;
Calverley. Kevin now
is reviving the Spanish
Trail Playhouse as
well as playing other
Trunks of Treats
St Joseph the Worker Catholic
Church will sponsor its third annual
Trunks of Treats from 6-7:30 p.m. Oct.
31. It will be a safe and fun place for
trick or treating. All children are wel-
come. The church is across from Wal-
Mart, just north of Waffle House on
State 77 in Chipley.
On Monday, Oct. 13, con-
struction begins on State 77 at
Nadia Avenue, the south Wal-
Mart entrance. Crews from 'Taf-
fic Control Devices will install a
new traffic signal with pedestrian
features and reconstruct the turn
out of the entrance.
The $346,000 project will take
80 days to complete. Motorists
can expect periodic lane closures.
Drivers are reminded to use cau-
tion and obey the posted speed
limit when traveling through the
Knights in Armor to be
at Old Town Square
Come see knights in shining
armor doing battle with sword
and shield, fair maidens in me-
dieval dress, dancing and drum-
ming. Everyone is welcome to
watch or join in the dancing.
Knights in Armor will be at
the Old Town Square, 3183 Main
St. in Cottondale, on Saturday
Oct. 11. There is no charge for
Evening with the Arts
scheduled for Oct. 28
The Washington County Arts
Council will host an Evening
with the Arts in appreciation of
its members from 7-9 p.m. Oct.
28 at the Chipley Library.
Chipley artist Dale Es-
tka and harpist Micaela Goines,
along with the CHS Jazz Band,
are scheduled to provide
For more information, visit
Merchants of Historic
Chipley to meet
The Merchants of Historic
Chipley will meet at 5:15 p.m.
Thursday, Oct 16, at Exclusive
Gentlemen, 812 Main St. in
The following information was
taken from applications for mar-
riage licenses at the Washington
County Courthouse from Sept.
Sept. 18,. Joseph Allen Gordy
and Jessica Helen West.
Sept. 22, John Waylon Hawkins
Il and Jessica Jean Owens.
Sept. 23, Robert Eugene
Heistand Jr. and Christian Sharay
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In recognition of Boy Scout Troop 39's hard work, the State Park Service presents each participating scout with a plaque and a volunteer service patch at the Court of
Honor in September. .
Boy Scout 'Toop 39 of Chipley recently helped out at
Falling Waters State Park by assisting Park Ranger Scott
Sweeny dismantle nearly 200 feet of a deteriorating raised
The boys, with the help of a couple of adults, finished
the job in less than three hours. In appreciation and recog-
nition of their hard work, the State Park Service present-
ed each participating scout with a plaque and a volunteer
service patch at the Court of Honor in September.
This was one of the biggest Court of Honor ceremo-
nies held to date, with 63 merit badges awarded, eight
promotions in rank and special awards for six scouts, to-
taling 78 awards presented to the troop as a whole.
The following scouts were advanced to their nexi
Rank of Scout: Arthur Jones
Rank of Tenderfoot: Johnny Cloud
Rank of First Class: Nickolas Butler, Tyler Daniels;
Tristan Hartzog, Jay Padget
Rank of Star: Matt Mosley
Rank of Life: Kirk McKee
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The season for Canada Goose now is
open statewide. Hunting dates are Nov. 22-
30 and Dec. 1 through Jan. 30, 2009. Bag
and possession limits are 5/10.
Other hunts are as follows:
Waterfowl and Coot: Nov. 22-30 and
Dec. 6 to Jan. 25, 2009. Limits are 6/12 for
ducks, 15/30 coots and 5/10 mergansers,
o more than 2/4 of which may be hooded
The six-duck daily bag limit shall con-
sist of no more than four mallards (no
more than two of which may be female);
one black duck; one mottled duck (Florida
duck); one fulvous whistling duck; one pin-
tail; two redheads; three wood ducks and
four scoters. Daily bag limit on scaup is one
through first 40 days (Jan. 5, 2009), then
two for remainder of season (Jan. 5, 2009).
Canvasback season is closed. All other spe-
cies of duck except Harlequin may be taken
up to the six-duck daily limit. Taking or at-
tempting to take brant or harlequin ducks
Limits for the Jan. 31 through Feb. 1
hunting dates will be the same as above.
Snow, blue and Ross' geese can be
hunted Nov. 22-30 and Dec. 6 to Jan. 25,
2009. Bag limit is 15, but there is no limit
tour Oct. 23
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conser-
vation Commission (FWC) and a host of
partners are sponsoring a Forest Steward-
ship field day Oct. 23 near Laurel Hill for
landowners looking for innovative ways to
manage for wildlife, timber and livestock.
The field day and tour involves numer-
ous stops at the farm of Bud and Karen
Turner, 3326 State Road 602, Laurel Hill.
The event will run from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
"Field days are designed to educate
landowners on various ways to manage
wildlife, timber and livestock," said Arlo
Kane, an FWC wildlife biologist. "By look-
ing at a working farm, other landowners
get to see things they might want to do or
things they might want to avoid on their
There will be speakers giving presenta-
tions in the morning and a field tour of the
farm in the afternoon. Topics will include
the control of cogon grass, an exotic plant
costing millions of dollars to control across
the country, quail management, gopher
tortoise mitigation, benefits of using native
"cracker" cattle and cost-share programs
available to private landowners. In addi-
tion, there will be discussions about wildlife
openings, benefits of prescribed burning
and the value of thinning timber.
Lunch is provided free to all who reg-
ister with the Okaloosa County Extension
Service in Crestview by Friday, Oct. 17. The
number is (850) 689-5850.
To reach the site, take State 85 north
from Crestview to State 602; turn left and
travel to Gartman Road; turn left on Gart-
man Road, and travel 400 yards and park at
the power line easement. Vans will pick up
A map to the property can be found at
MyFWC.com under "Calendar of Events."
Bill Gamblin / Press Gazette
PGA golfer Boo Weekley waves the green flag to start the AMP Energy 500
Oct. 5 at Talladega Superspeedway.
Milton's Boo Weekley
starts AMP Energy 500
By BILL GAMBLING
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Boo Weekley got things started
Sunday, Oct. 5, to the roar of more
than 150,000 racing fans at Talladega
With a swing more like that of a base-
ball player in the playoffs, Weekley suc-
cessfully did his job as the official starter
of the AMP Energy 500, which is the
fourth event in the Chase for the Sprint
"I was going to make sure I didn't
drop the flag," Weekley said when asked
if he was using a golf grip or a baseball
grip. "Today was hard to describe be-
cause I have never experienced a thrill
like that before. When the race started,
it was more of a rush of adrenaline, and
I didn't realize the roar and feel of the
cars going past me until lap two or three.
Until then, you don't realize how close
you are, and it makes you tremble."
Weekley is a 1992 Milton High
School graduate and PGA touring pro
who played a major role in last month's
victory by the United States in the Ry-
der Cup. He said he enjoyed the entire
weekend at Talladega, with his family
meeting drivers and savoring the mo-
ment of meeting the Tiger Woods of
NASCAR, Dale Earnhardt Jr.
"Before we met Dale Jr., we went
through the pits and looked around the
track," Weekley said. "It is amazing I get
to play golf and do all I do, but I get to
share experiences like this with my son,
Parker. In my mind and my heart, I get
to do what I love, which is play golf. But
it is also a job."
Weekley said he was in awe of meet-
ing Earnhardt, but it didn't take long for
them to start a conversation.
"When we went over to see him,
he was talking with some kids through
Make-A-Wish, and it was awesome
to see," Weekley said. "He sat down
and treated them just like they were
his cousin or something. But when we
met, it seemed like we were both a little
During an Oct. 4 press conference,
Weekley noted how important meeting
"I know the first thing we want to do
is meet Dale Jr.," said Weekley, who has
frequented the track on many occasions.
"If we don't see Dale Jr., my son is going
to tie me up and skin me like a catfish.
"Parker's room at home is like a
shrine to Dale'Jr. and his daddy," Week-
ley said. "Growing up, I was a Dale Sr.
fan, and after that day in Daytona, I was
kind of heartbroken. Then I decided I
was going to stay with an Earnhardt; I
was going to support Dale Jr., win, lose
During the pre-race ceremonies, only
one person got a louder crowd ovation
than Weekley, and that was because of
nearly everyone wearing green, a crowd
that has been dubbed "Junior Nation."
"When I heard the crowd roar, it
felt like I was back at the Ryder Cup,"
However, the biggest surprise came
during driver introductions as Weekley
got to shake the hand of every driver in
the 43-car field.
"You could tell the ones who played
golf," Weekley said. "They would shake
my hand and say thank you and congrat-
ulations on winning the Ryder Cup. It
amazed me that people like Mike Skin-
ner and Elliott Sadler would follow golf,
but that is what they love to do when
they get a chance to get away."
So would Weekley want to face off
against Dale Jarrett, the ESPN NAS-
CAR commentator, who is known to be
the closest to a scratch golfer?
"I would love to play golf with him,"
Weekley said. "But not compete with
him. I would love to just play golf and
joke around with him like I do when I
am at home with my friends."
Weekley recently launched his own
Web site, www.booweekley.com. Next up
for him is being inducted into the Milton
Hall of Fame along with fellow PGA pro
Bubba Watson on Friday, when Milton
hosts Pace in football.
"I have only been to one of these
before," Weekley said. "That was when
my Uncle Jim and Heath Slocum were
inducted. But it is an amazing feeling
to be honored like this by your former
Chipley Lions golf
tourney Oct. 18
Chipley Lions Club will sponsor a golf tour-
nament Oct. 18 at Dogwood Lakes Golf Club.
Registration with refreshments will take place
at 8 a.m. The tournament will begin with a shot-
gun start at 9 a.m. Lunch will be provided
Team application will include a select shot
format for a four-person team, shotgun start
and best ball. Entries should be submitted no
later than Saturday, Oct. 13. Team registration
Individual player application is $50. Entries
should be submitted no later than Oct. 13.
Applications should be mailed to Chipley Li-
ons Club, P.O. Box 431, Chipley, FL 32428 with
checks made payable to Chipley Lions Club.
Cart and lunch are included in the $50 per
person fee. Up to two mulligans may be pur-
chased at $5 each.
Awards and door prizes will be presented at
the club house after lunch. For more informa-
tion, call James or Dania Barnes, 258-2166 or
258-2949, or Marty Hinson, 326-1367.
IFA Redfish Tour
Nov. 7-8 in PCB
PANAMA CITY BEACH
The Inshore Fishing Association (IFA) Red-
fish Tour returns for its 2008 championship
tournament Nov. 7-8.
The tournament marks the culmination of
the 2008 Redfish Tour season when the winners
from 18 tournaments gather for this catch-and-
The championship, held at RiverCamps,
is open to the public. The two-day event will
include an array of entertainment for specta-
tors, such as nature walks and eco-tours by the
Audubon of Florida, complimentary kayak and
canoe excursions on Crooked Creek, a boat
show, community tours and open houses, inter-
active exhibits, live music, football, games and
children's activities including youth fishing clin-
ics and a bounce house.
A portion of the Redfish Tour Championship
proceeds will benefit the Audubon of Florida
with funds earmarked specifically to support the
planned Audubon Center at West Bay.
For information about sponsorship opportu-
nities, contact Jim Whitaker at (850) 236-0430
For more information, visitwww.redfishtour.
or call the Panama City Beach Convention and
Visitors Bureau at (850) 233-5070.
VHS QB Club golf
scramble Oct. 24
The Vernon High QB Club will sponsor its
annual golf scramble Oct. 24 at Sunny Hills
Country Club. The entry fee is $50 per person
or $150 per three-person team. Proceeds go to
support Vernon High School athletics. Shotgun
start is at 8 a.m. with sign in from 7:30-7:50 a.m.
The event is during VHS Homecoming Week-
end. All golfers, friends and alumni are invited.
For more information, call Jerry Tyre at
638-4409, cell 373-7874, or Chris Tyre at (850)
Five Points Crime Watch to meet
Five Points Crime Watch will meet at 6 p.m.
Oct. 23 in the Five Points Recreation Center.
5 years ago
The City of Chipley
honored Major McAllister
with a reception Oct. 3 at City
Hall. McAllister had observed
his 103rd birthday earlier in
Dr. Herb Brooks was
named grand marshal for
Bonifay's 2003 rodeo parade,
scheduled for Oct. 4.
Representing the student
government council at
Technical Center were Clay
Burs, president; Virgil
Dilmore, vice president;
Danielle White, secretary;
and Chrissie Yarborough,
Retired Army Lt.
Paul M.Smith of Chipley
was inducted into the
Distinguished Flying Cross
Society. He had been
decorated for heroism during
aerial flight in support of
combat operations in the
Republic of Vietnam.
15 years ago
ceremony was planned by
which would move out of the
old hospital building when
the new ARC facility was
Holmes County's Blue
Devils played the Florida
High Seminoles and won
First United Methodist
Church in Graceville was
destroyed by fire.
The little building that
housed Chipley's first free
public library was being
restored. It was built in 1933.
John Dougherty was
head of the United Way
Campaign, which hoped to
raise $100,000 to help local
30 years ago
Chipley High School's
two FFA judging teams took
one-two honors at the Jackson
County Fair. Members of the
first-place team were Clint
Pate, Brian Solger, Keith West
and Roy Croft. The second-
place team consisted of Taina
Savell, Wes Nelson, Kevin
Williams and Michael Croft.
Chipley Mayor Buddy
Mitchell announced approval
of a $353,000 federal grant to
be used for improvements to
the Sand Hills area.
District I Florida
Federation of Garden Clubs
held its annual meeting in
Sunny Hills. Delegates and
members of 17 garden clubs
held a successful plant sale
to raise money for the world
40 years ago
Drusie Hightower of
Vernon was first runner-up in
the annual selection of Miss
Chipola at Chipola Junior
The first annual
banquet of the reorganized
Washington County Chamber
of Commerce featured an
by Chamber President Calvit
Early frost, low humidity
and steady winds combined
with prolonged drought to
bring forest fire conditions to
near critical proportions over
most of the Florida Panhandle
and adjacent Alabama
55 years ago
The Washington County
News won a double
honor from Florida Press
Association. The paper took
first place in its division for
typography and makeup,
and Publisher L.E. Sellers
was elected president of the
activities at the Chipley-
Slocomb football game was
the introduction of Chipley's
homecoming queen, Edna
Burnette, a junior.
Tully Sapp and Kitty
Neal celebrated their ninth
birthdays with a party at
Shivers Park in Chipley.
80 years ago
Junette Brown returned
from Albany, Ga., where
she had been the guest of
Lt. and Mrs. D.E. Gallops.
R. Johns, proprietor of
the Jitney-Jungle Store in
Chipley, returned from a trip
to Jackson, Miss., where he
attended a meeting of the
and got many new ideas for
Visiting Mrs. H.H. Welch
were Mrs. Sidney Folsom,
Mrs. Stafford and Mrs.
Long and children of
Mrs. Roger Laney Jr.
spent two days during the past
week with friends in Panama
100 years ago
W.O. Daniel visited the
newsroom with a large lemon
grown on a tree in his yard.
The fruit was 13/4 inches in
It was reported that
Campbell and Dekle
Company had on Saturday
night closed the most
successful sale they had ever
Miss Flora Campbell was
a student at Florida Female
College in Tallahassee.
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Ganassi picks teen driver
Bryan Clauson will make
his Sprint Cup debut
Saturday night in the Bank of
America 500 at Lowe's
Motor Speedway when Chip
Ganassi Racing brings its
No. 40 Dodge back on the'
track for the first time since
Dario Franchitti's last Cup
race with the team at New
Hampshire in June.
Clauson, 19, has a pole, a
top-five and a two top-10s in
18 Nationwide Series races
this season and is second in
the Nationwide rookie stand-
ings, one point behind leader
"I couldn't be more excit-
ed about getting onto the
track for my first Sprint Cup
event," Clauson said. "This
weekend I get the opportuni-
ty to live my childhood
dream of actually participat-
ing in Sprint Cup racing
No decision has been
made on whether Clauson
will make more Cup starts
this season, or if he will take
over the No. 41 Dodge when
current driver Reed Sorenson
leaves for Gillett Evemham
Motorsports at the end of the
Milton PGA gi
By BILL GAMBLING
Boo Weekley knows how
to drive, but his forte is hit-
ting a golf ball more than bar-
reling down speedways and
making a hard left turn.
That doesn't mean there
isn't some similarities
between NASCAR and the
PGA Tour, where Weekley
has been a two-time winner.
"NASCAR is a lot more
than just cars," said Weekley.
"Golf and racing are sort of
like each other when it comes
to the fans support, but they
just do it differently. Tiger
might get upset or be both-
ered when the fans are vocal,
but deep down inside all of us
feed off that.
"It would be awesome to
bring in a different crowd of
people to watch golf that did-
n't act so snooty and work
our way to building us and do
a little more TV."
When questioned about
starting Sunday's race,
Weekley admitted he is a lit-
tle nervous if he drops the
green flag at the start of the
"It probably would be a
bad thing if I dropped it,"
joked Weekley. "I hope they
have a little string attached to
the flag that hooks to your
hand so you can actually
hold onto the flag.
"But I am also thinking
about feeling all that air rush-
ing past me at the start of the
race. It is going to be excit-
Each car in NASCAR is a
rolling billboard, but golfers
like Weekley also have spon-
sors to help defray some of
their costs while on the tour.
"We are not allowed to
promote tobacco, golf does-
n't want tobacco onto the
scene," said Weekley. "They
also don't think alcohol is
appropriate, which is why
you don't see Bud on a shirt.
They don't feel it is appropri-
ate for golf.
"But pro golf doesn't
Carpentier gets pink slip Ia Mt
Patrick Carpentier is out "GEM has great equipment F cts
of the No. 10 Gillett and I'm confident we can BankofAmerica
Evernham Motorsports take these final five races and Bankof Amen c
Dodge, effective immediate-
ly, the organization
Mike Wallace will take
Carpentier's place for
Saturday night's Bank of
America 500 at Lowe's
Motor Speedway. A.J.
Allmendinger, who parted
ways with Red Bull Racing
after the Sept. 28 Sprint Cup
event at Kansas Speedway,
will take the wheel of the No.
10 Dodge for the final five
races of the season.
"I'm excited about this
news," Allmendinger said.
Driver: Robby Gordon
Owner: Robby Gordon
Points out of 34th: 17
Points ahead of 36th: 39
33 Joe Custer
34 Dietrich Mateschitz
35 Robby Gordon
36 Rob Kauffman
37 Roger Penske
38 Jeffery Moorad
get the No. 10 up in points. I
know we have a lot of work
to do, but we are going to
give it our best shot. I'm
looking forward to spending
some time with crew chief
Mike Shiplett and the guys
starting at Martinsville."
Allmendinger already had
agreed to drive the No. 00
Michael Waltrip Racing
Toyota at Lowe's this week-
end (read more). Reed
Sorenson, currently a lame
duck at Chip Ganassi
Racing, will drive the No. 10
for GEM next season.
Scott Riggs 2,383
AJ. Allmendinger 2,341
Robby Gordon 2,324
Michael McDowell 2,285
Sam Hornish, Jr. 2,147
Ken Schrader 1,996
ray to Raceway
olfer Boo Weekley talks about both sports
Press Gazette I Bill Gambli6
(Above) Milton grad Boo Weekley is presented an autographed checkered flag prior
to the start of the AMP Energy 500 at Talladega Speeday by track president Rick
Humphrey. (Below) Weekley talked to the media on Saturday as he was selected to
be the honorary starter for the AMP Energy 500.
think camo is a color so I
definitely don't think they
will allow a snuff can or
Cope on a shirt."
Two years ago at the
British Open, Weekley wore
After AMP Energy 500 After Kansas Lottery 300
1. Jimmie Johnson
2. Carl Edwards
3. Greg Biffle
4. Jeff Burton
5. Clint Bowyer
6. Kevin Harvick
7. Tony Stewart
8. Jeff Gordon
9. Matt Kenseth
10. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
1. Clint Bowyer
2. Carl Edwards
3. Brad Keselowski
4. Mike Bliss
5. David Ragan
6. David Reutimann
7. Kyle Busch
8. Mike Wallace
9. Jason Leffler
10. Marcos Ambrose
a camo shirt underneath his
golf shirt and many in
Europe thought Weekley's
arms were covered in tat-
Weekley, who was on the
After Mountain Dew 250
Leader 1. Ron Hornaday
-196 2. Johnny Benson
-268 3. Matt Crafton
-486 4. Todd Bodine
-506 5. Eric Darnell
-601 6. Mike Skinner
-656 7. Rick Crawford
-893 8. Jack Sprague
-902 9. Dennis Setzer
-936 10. Terry Cook
big stage two weeks ago as
part of Team USA in the
*Ryder Cup at Valhalla in
Louisville, Ky., felt the rush
of being welcomed by rough-
ly 180,000 race fans when he
was introduced at pre-race
ceremonies. The only person
to get a bigger response than
Weekley, was when the pub-
lic address announcer intro-
duced Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
"When I heard the crowd
roar it felt like I was back at
the Ryder Cup," said
So how did Weekley
describe the experience of
waving the green flag to start
the AMP Energy 500?
"Today was hard to
describe because I have nevei
experienced a thrill like that
before," said Weekley.
After ARCA RE/MAX 250
1. Scott Speed Leader
2. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. -85
3. Justin Allgaier -105
4. Frank Kimmel -145
5. Matt Carter -185
6. Patrick Sheltra -765
7. John Wes Townley -795
8. Tom Hessert III -825
9. TylerMalsam -915
10. Ken Butler III -945
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S ington County News Sep- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PATRICK J. FAUCHUEX FERED FOR SALE AT October 20th, 2008 at Chipley, Florida. The pur-
tember 20, 27, October 4, OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL Patrick J. Fauchuex, RA. PUBLIC AUCTION ON OC- 8:00AM at Brock Auto pose of the meeting is to
11,2008. CIRCUIT OF THE STATE 845 Jenks Avenue TOBER 13, 2008 AT THE Body & Towing, 1135 Main hear timely-filed petitions
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR Panama City, FL 32401 WASHINGTON COUNTY Street, Chipley, Florida for adjustment to the Prop-
ESCAMBIA COUNTY, (850) 763-3800 SOD FARM LOCATED AT 32428. erty Appraiser's valuation
N NN JUVENILE DIVISION FL BAR ID# 0273104 651 HWY 273, CHIPLEY 1995 Honda Vin# of real or tangible personal
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1100 Classified Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE INTEREST OF: resentative ANIMAL IS YOURS AND 2000 Dodge Vin# from denial of ad valorem
110 Public Notices FOR WASHINGTON J.C.M. Wendy Varnum, Personal YOU WISH TO CLAIM 1B3ES46COYD570790 exemptions and classifica-
Announcements COUNTY FLORIDA (DOB: 11/21/1994) Representative THEM, YOU MUST DOSO 1999 Duchman Camper tions.
1130 Adoptions CASE NO. 08-145 CC A MINOR CHILD 805 N. Longwood Circle BEFORE THE SCHED- Trailer Vin# Destroyed
1140 Happy Ads Panama City, FL 32405 ULED AUCTION TIME, BY As published in the Wash- If you are a person with a
1150- Personals IRENE G. FISH, AS TRUS- CASE NO. 44096 As published in the Wash- PAYING THE IMPOUND ington County News Octo- disability who needs any
1160- Lost TEE FOR THE IRENE G. CJ#07-DP-125 ington County News Octo- AND BOARDING FEES. ber 11,2008 accommodation in order to
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Plaintiff, MENTS SHOULD BE DI- you are entitled, at no cost
vs. THE STATE OF FLORIDA: RECTED TO ANIMAL SER- to you, to the provision of
ANTOINETTE ELGERT, PUBLIC AUCTION VICES AT 850-638-6306. Public Notice certain assistance, please
Defendant. TO: Dana Huddleston AS PUBLISHED IN THE contact Dianne Glasgow,
LKA: 2502 Highway 79 WASHINGTON COUNTY WASHINGTON COUNTY The Washington County 1293 Jackson Avenue,
NOTICE OF ACTION Vernon, FL 32462 ANIMAL SERVICES IM- NEWS OCTOBER 11, Value Adjustment Board Chipley, Florida,
POUNDED ON 9/18/2008 2008. will meet on October 15, 850-638-6233, extension
TO: ANTOINETTE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- ONE (1) BLACK AND 2008 at 9:00 A.M. at the 239 at least two days be-
N THE CIRCUIT COURT ELGERT FEDthataPetitionforTer- BROWN BALL PYTHON. Public Auction Washington County An- fore the meeting. If you are
IN THE FCIRCUIT CO YOU ARE NOTIFIED that mination of Parental Rights HE ABOVE MENTIONED nex, Board Meeting Room, hearing or voice impaired,
FOR THE FOUURTNEENTH a i ta t ot f Advs NIMAL WILL BE OF- The following vehicles) 1331 South Boulevard, call TDD 1-800-955-8771.
JUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND an action for mortgage and a Notice of Advisory will be sold at auction on
FOR WASHINGTON foreclosure and damages Hearing has been filed in
COUNTY, STATE OF has been filed against you the above-styled Court for
FLORIDA and you are required to the termination of parental
CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-179 serve a copy of your writ- rights of J.C.M., a male
ten defenses, if any, to it child, born on the 21st day
WILLIAM D. DICKENS and on TIMOTHY H. WELLS, of November, 1994, in
wife, FRANCES C. DICK- plaintiff's attorney, whose Escambia County, Florida,
ENS, address is Pe 0. Box 155, to permanently commit
Plaintiffs, Bonifay, FL 32425, on or said J.C.M., to the State of
j!s. and file the original with dren and Family Services E T
the clerk of this court either for subsequent adoption.
jUAN F. IZQUIERDO, before serviceon plaintiff's You are hereby comman- H E A P E R IN T H E
JOHN DOE and JANE attorney or immediately ded to be andappearbe-E
DOE, as UNKNOWN TEN- thereafter; otherwise a de- fore the Honorable Ross only at
ANT NO. 1, UNKNOWN fault will be entered Goodman, or other presid-
TENANT'NO. 2, against you for the relief ing Judge of the Circuit
Defendants. demanded in the com- Court, in and for Escambia
plaint orpetition. County, Florida, on theP F O R T E
CLERK'S NOTICE OF Dated this 17 day of Sep- 28th day of October 2008,
SALE PURSUANT TO FS. tember, 2008. at 9:00 a.m., for a Re-Set
CHAPTER 45 LINDA COOK, Clerk of the Advisory Hearing, at the ,A,- a
Court Juvenile Justice Bruno 1
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in By:K.McDaniel Center, located at 1800 St.
accordance with the Final Deputy Clerk Mary's Street, Pensacola,
judgment of Foreclosure As published in the Wash- FL 32501.
Iated October 6, 2008, in ington County News Sep- FAILURE TO PERSON-
Case No.: 67-08-CA-179 of member 20, 27, October 4, ALLY APPEAR AT THE
the Circuit Court of the 112008. RE-SET ADVISORY HEAR- V-8, Auto., Pow er
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit ING CONSTITUTES CON-
in and for Washington SENT TO THEER NA W window s, Pow er
County, Florida, in the TION OF PARENTAL
above-styled cause, I will RIG HTS OF THIS CHILD.
seo t ighesandb tIF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR Door Locks, Tilt,
sell to the highest and best IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ON THE DATE AND TIME
bidder for cash in the FOR WASHINGTON SPEED, YOU MA Cruise C
lobby at the north door of COUNTY, FLORIDA LOSE LEGA RIGHTSe, CD
the Washington County CASE NO. 67-08-CA-0003 AS A PARENT TO THE
Courthouse in Chipley, 2CHILD0b F N- NAE INX T H E
Washington County, Flor- JOHN S. OSTROWSKI and H PETITION FOR TEINAH
ida at 11:00 AM on Nov. SANDRA OSTROWSKI TION OF PARENTAL
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MARY W. RUSSELL, and THE AMERICANS WITH
Commence at the South- others, DISABILITIES ACT, ANY
east corner of Section 20, Defendants PERSON(S) WITH A DISA- *All pries include reb.,le an-, muN finance \th C hr, r Fanc
Township 3 North, Range PERSON(S) WITH A DISA-
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County, Florida; thence TIONS SHAL L CONTACT
North 00 Degrees 45 Min- TO:Leila Gladys House THE CLERK OF COURT,
ites 31 Seconds East 4114 Sherwood Ave AT (850) 595-3780. IF
along the East line of said Columbus GA31904 AT (850) 595-3780. IF
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Southerly right of way line Henry J. Chalkley TO YOU, TO THE PROVI- 05TOWN & COUNTRY 4KMs .1,40 05 FORD 250 CREW
of State Road 170; thence 18 Webb Road SION OF CERTAIN ASSIS-
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Seconds West along said Reginald D. Davis 04 NISSAN SENTRAAuMATIC,COLAIC 8,840 07 FORD F10 KNG
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feet; thence Southeasterly Eufaula AL 36027
870.0 feet, more or less, to t06 FORD FOCUS ,.s .,840 06 G coLO
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UNDA HAYES COOK if alive, and if dead, any $ 940 03 FORD Fi50 CREW
Clerk of the Circuit Court unknown parties or entities IN RE: ESTATE OF HYUNDAI TUSCONCLO AUTMATIC.16,940
claiming as heirs, devi- CHARLES ELMER HYU U --- $0
By: K. McDaniel sees, grantees, assignees, PRATER 04HEVY SUBURBAN LT LOAD, NICEa $15,840 06 TOYOTA TUNDR
Deputy Clerk lienors, creditors, trustees Deceased.
As published in the Wash- or as other claimants by, E TO C 04 DODGE DURANGOPOWERWINDOWS AND LOCKS.-____ .',840 05 TOYOTA TCOMA.
ington County News Octo- through, under or against NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ber 11,18, 2008. those defendants named .
above The administration of the
_above estate of CHARLES EL-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that MER RATHER, File No. W e C Hp
an action to quiet title to 6708CP76, is pending in
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT real property on the fol- the Circuit Court for Wash-
FOR WASHINGTON lowing property in Wash- ington County, Florida,
COUNTY FLORIDA ington County, Florida Probate Division, the ad- A P ro g ra m T
CASE NO. 67-08 CA 233 dress of which is PO. Box
Beginning 75 feet East of 56, Chipley, FL 32428. The
WACHOVIA BANK, N.A., the SW Corner of Lot 4, names and addresses of Yu B a c k O n
as custodian for the Roger Block E, Hagerman Addi- the personal representa-
H. Brooks IRA U/A, dated tion, Chipley, Florida; tive and the personal
July 1,1993, thence run East 52 feet; representative's attorney
Plaintiff, thence run North 235 feet; are set forth below.
vs. thence West 52 feet; All creditors of the dece- i--
THOMAS R. SCHMITT, thence South 235 feet, to dent and other persons
Defendant. the Point of Beginning having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
*NOTICE OF ACTION has been filed against you "on whom a copy of this -
and you are required to notice is served within
TO: THOMAS SCHMITT serve a copy of your writ- three months after the date ___________________
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ten defenses, if any, to it of the first publication of
an action for mortgage on Timothy H. Wells, plain- this notice must file their
plaintiff's attorney, whose of this court either before AFTER THE DA urT
foreclosure and damages tiffs' attorney, whose ad- claims with this COPY OF THE ALL NE
has been filed against you dress is Post Office Box WITHIN THE LATER OF
and you are requiredto 155, Bonifay, Florida THREE MONTHS AFTER
serve a copy of your writ- 32425-0155 on or before THE DATE OF THE FIRST
ten defenses, if any, to it November 4, 2008, andfile PUBLICATION OF THIS
on TIMOTHY H. WELLS, the original with the clerk NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
plaintiff's attorney, whose of this court either before AFTER THE DATE OF
address is l O. Box 155, service on plaintiffs' attor- SERVICE OF A COPY OF T IE ALL_ r NEW 4
Bonifay, FL 32425, on or ney or immediately there- THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
and file the original with will be entered against you decedent and persons
the clerk of this court either for the relief demanded in having claims or demands
before service on plaintiff's the complaint of petition, against the decedent's es- 1
attorney or immediately tate must file their claims
thereafter; otherwise a de- Dated September 19, with this court WITHIN
fault will be entered 2008. THREE MONTHS AFTER
against you for the relief THE DATEoFTHEFIRST
demanded in the com- LINDAH. COOK PUBLICATION OF THIS D GHLto Billy GE
plaint or petition. Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS, DE- Come Check OL
Dated this 17 day of Sep- MANDS AND OBJEC-
tember, 2008. By: K. McDaniel TIONS NOT SO FILED 4Boats, Trac
LINDA COOK, Clerk of the As Deputy Clerk WILL BE FOREVER
Court As published in the BARRED.
By: K. McDaniel Washington County News The date of the first publi- ibobnfododgei "-
Deputy Clerk September 27, October 4, cation of this notice is Oc- r
As published in the Wash- 11, 18, 2008. tober 4, 2008.
Dated this 8th day of Octo- Vende
Dianne Glasgow needed
VAB Recording Clerk For the 8th Annual
As published in the
Washington County News Fall Festival
October 11, 2008.
At Bonifay Nursing and
306 West Brock Ave.,
I1O 1 It will be held
rC- ---R S-E i "l 1st, 2008 from 9:00am
COLOR SELLS! to 3:00pm.
Get Your Classified Ad Set-up fee for venders
I In I booths will be $25.00
I COLOR!. I and $35.00.
Call now for details For more information or
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CAB 4X4 LARIAT DIESEL $26,840
CAB 4X4 SLT DIESELa 2KM. $26,840
ED SUPER CAB DIESEL $ 17,840
CAB 4X4 SLTpucnosaTs $19,840
CAB CHASSIS CAB '21,840
0 SLT DUALLY 4X4 DIESELua- 25,840
LY ARIAT 4X4 CREW CAB 21,840
CAB DIESEL FLATBED '29,840
PCK PRICES AROUND!
0 4X4 HEMI 12,840
ANCH 4X4sMPI, $28,840
CAB Z-71 $18,940
104 DOOR 15,840
REGULAR CAB $6,888
SQUAD CAB27nKMus '16,988
,. CAB 4X4 $10,888
X4 EXT. CABNICE RUC 5,988
CAB 4X4 $11,840
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Free Leopard colored Furniture & Mattresses GiganticYard-Sale Leola Brock Nurseries General 2BR/1BA House in Chip- 426 2nd St., Chipley.
puppies, blue eyes to Low, low, low overhead October 4,11, & 18th. LLC Plants, trees and ley. Water, sewer & gar- 2/3BR, 2BA ,like brand
Holmes County High good home. Please call guarantees low, low, low 755 Brown Streetin Chip- shrubs. Landscape design, Wanted musicians for bage included. $600 new beautiful lot w/pond:
School Class of 1988 0-573-2348 Leave mes- pces P&S Discount Fur- ley. 8am until. Lots of new landscape contracting, irri- bluegrass/gospel jams and month $300 deposit 1200 sq ft. 3 acres. Only
Reunion sageniture, Chipley. (Since items. gation systems. 1788 monthly event in Green- 850814-2625. 45 mins. to Panama City
sge 1973) 850-638-4311 SALE. Sat. Oct. 11, 9-5. 3 White Road, Bonifay, FL head. Call Bruce Cobb ESTATE FOR R 3BR/1BA Block home, Beach. Owner may fi-
Join us for this event to Golden-Retriever/Collie TV's, rollaway bed, 32425 (Washington 773-3091. Beginne 6100 BusinessBonifay, no pets. (850) nance, partial trade for
begin 10/17 through Mix. Owner no longer able portable sewing machine, County) (850)638-1202; through professionalwel- Commercial 638-7601 after 6:00pm. boator give cashback.
10/19. to care for her. 9 yrs old 3 hardwood chairs, Hoover 326-1500 come." 8110 Apartments 399 Lowered
The reunion events will and spayed. Call upright vacuum, 6120 Beach Rentals 3BR/1BA Graceville. $139,900. Must sell, moving
begin at the Bonifay Ag 850-638-4629. Bag Sale, $3.00, Sr. Mary plant stand. 1828 Porter General 6130- oTownhus Cute, clean, completelyre over seas. (314) 346-3303.
Center with a 5:30 p.m. Francis Waite Rural Out- Rd., mile off Alford Rd. HELP 150- Roommae Wanted age shed. Large yardin to-
dinner reach, 114 Main St6 631683101" HELP- w10Roommater Ranted $550/mO Garbage & pest abaowaun.tin
(Coordinated by Jason (across from Dr. Swindle's)/m Garba pest abalauction.
Hatcher). 9a.m. to04p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11th. Fur- Experienced HVAC Duct/ 6170 Mobile Home/Lot control included. Corn
Price per person is $15,1h niture, spread sets, house- Installer Pay Based on Ex- 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals 850-691-8318.
with paymersn Big Yard Sale, Oct., 1th 190 Timeshare Rentals
with payments in BigYard le, OF ida hold goods, sizes 3x-4x perience 850-638-3611. 6200 Vacation Rentals 3BR/2BA, Two-car gar- Calhoun City
advance to Jason & 1th, Friday & Saturday n men's clothes, some yard -- age. Three blocks from Altha, FL. 3BD/3BA on
@drhatcher.com. from 8:00a.m. until. Behind tools. 557 Davis St. Cau- Healthcare Golf course in the country White Pond.
Armory. (Bonifay), Furni- tion light on Hwy-77 follow EMPLOYMENT Healthcareon 1/2 acre lotin th cunny On-hie now
Saturday's events M HIS ture, knick ks, p hrss o- signstoleft. 4100- Help Wanted ARNP Needed for local 6100 Hills. House is only Live auctionOct. 16,
(coordinated by Patti MERCHANDISE mas tree, books, chea Yard Sale, Fri & Sat, Oct 4130 Employment Medical Practice. Mon- 2yrs-old. Immediate Occu- 2008.
eAntiques clothes of all sis, play10th & 11th. Orange Hill Information day thru Friday. If in- ART Gallery for RENT. pancy. $900/mo plus 850-510-2501. AB2387
begin at 11:00 a.m. with 3100 -Antiquaes o 1 w ot o H Iof aD ss terested, please send Special rate for only $900/deposit. No Pets.
a picnic at 3110 Appliances station 1 ew)t of Hwy7:00am Until. Old items resume to: ARN PO. $250.00 a month. Call: 229-322-2566 or
uMiddlebrooks Park. 30Artsio s oas lit vert mut cth she's, misc. Box 947, Chipley, FL. Water, Sewer and Gar- 478-714-6978.
Sundayev 3140 Baby Items Ya'llCome! items. 4100 For more information, bage pickup included. R BA frame
Sunday events 3150 Building Supplies please .call Call 85047-5244 toFrame Home
(Coordinated by 3160 Business Estate Sale: tools, furni- aAdministrative 850-638-1230. out an application, in Chipley, rent or buy, 7140
____________ __ 3160 Business Estate Sale: tools, furnilarge lot, no pets, refer- 40 Acre Horse Ranch for
Raeann Moore) Equipment ture, antiques, tons of The Washington fences required, first, last & Acre Horse Ranch for
begin at First Baptist 3170- Collectibles stuff, craftman riding 0 Couny B o The Washington e spae g deposit. Call lease in Chipley, lush pas-
Church at 10:45. 3180 Computers mower & trailer. Every County Board of Executive Oick d e deposit. Calltures, fence/cross fence,
3190 Electronics weekend, Hwy. 79 & 160, K & L Farm County I for lease on Brickyard 1850-547-2091. barn and efficiency apt.
Amy Cooley is collect- 3210 Freeass it On inside building. I Commissioners Life Management Rd. Great location Concrete block house, $850/mo. 334-585-0587.
ing3220 Furniture Flee Market in New Hope Green Peanuts is currently accepting Center of Northwest across from Chipley
presentation to show on 3rd e Flee Market in New Hope For Boiling applications for a Florida, Inc. I High School. 638-7700 cI caornet,ay Ideal forch,
raIoh20 GarageYard Sales off Hwy. 2 open daily, 9 to I High School. 638-7700 carport, Bonifay. Ideal for
Friday. f you have pic- 3240 Guns offHwy2 da 9to 1567 PineyGrove Rd. Budget and Finance www.chipleyofflcefor I mature single, requires 1
tures (limit 10 please) 3250 Good Things to Eat 5. Lots items to many to 8-6, Mon-Fri, 8-5, Sat. I Coordinator. *Emergency Services lease.co year lease $350month,
el m ey 3 J la50,27G-53380.At least five (5)years Screening*-- ------- ----------- year lease. $350/month.
you would like included, 3260 Health & Fitness mention. 850-956-4564 638-5002, 260-5003 or At least five (5) years Screening ,, --- -first and last in advance. 7 50 I
e-mail them directly to 3270 Jewelry/Clothing Fri & Sat 7am-12pm, 527-3380. experience in all phases *Outpatient RN or LPN*Office Spaceecde .
our class e-mail address 3280 Machinery/ household items, means, la- - -- of accounting and two *Component Director for rent downtown Chipley.c Tri-County deposit.20 acres,$27,500.00 with
at Equipment boys (2) years experience in 111320 f eet Higway 2 fCountront-y Realty
HCHSclasSof88reunion 3290- Medical Equipment dies, teenage boys e s dula M 638-1918 850-547-4480age. Seller finaing avail-
3300- Miscellaneous clothes, 726 New Pros- ~ demonstrated *Adult Case Manager* age. Seller financing avail-
@gmail.com. 3310 Musicalnstrumens pct Rd 3-miles east off supervisory skills is re- *Foster Parent Training For Rent: VERNON house able. Call Stephanie Brad-
gYouma2a0lo email Pan- Mtsic& hsmbesn/ Hy 3260Shr quired. Three (3) years & Licensing Specialist* Office space for lease, with 2 ponds, very private, ley @ Tri-County Realty
HCHSclassof88reunion Supplies Trapped by Alcohol? experience in a **** 1240 S Blvd (Corner of Ponce De Leon, 2 bed- 850-541-1099
@gmail.com 3330 Restaurant/Hotel Friday, Saturday, October For Medical treatment of governmental agency Job details, benefits & S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, room and 3 bedroom mo-
for further information 3340 Sporting Goods 10th, 11th, 7 to 4, 1514 Alcohol usage preferred, application information $800/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 bile home, 850-849-5068 100x145 ft. lot,
about the reunion 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) Hwy. 177A & JW Miller and abuse Graduation from an is available on line: offices, 1 reception, 1 Nice clean Houses, Apart- Cerro-Gordo campsites,
events. Road. Follow signs. Furni- Call 850-638-4555 accredited university or www.lifemanagement- bath, kitchen, parking ments, Mobile homes for pier, power-pole, Make
If anyone knows a mem- ture, misc items for once a month college with a four (4) center.org or apply in lot, hardwood firs. rent 4BR/2BA brick home reasonable offer, Price to
ber of the Class of 1988, Huge Garage and Estate treatment. year degree in Account- writing to: 407-616-6890. for sale 850-547-5085 or sale. 850-512-3820
please let them know i1 3100 Salel Too many items to ing or Business Ad- 525 E 15th Street 850-547-2531
about the reunion. Wanted To Buy antiques, list! Follow Son-n-Law ministration AND hold Panama City Two 5 acres One 10
collectibles, gold, silver, Road from Hwy. 79 to end. Certified Public Pre-employment drug & Pubisher's acres on Buddy Rd. One
d______innerware, collections, See signs. Friday and Sat- 1 3280 Accountant (CPA) background screening Publish' 10 acres & ne 1B acres
paintings, call Al Schmidt urday, October 10th, 11th, Dozier blade for John required. EOE/eDrug Free lNt on Gainer Rd. For more
850-638-7304 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. each Deere farm tractor, G officer (CGFO) Workplace Apartment for Rent: 2 All real estate advertising i nfo call 850-638-1858.
Ple days No Early birds $1500.00. Wanted farm preferred. The starting bedrooms 2 1/2 baths, this newspaper is subject to
No Early birs 1_ fence wire, barb wire, frred. The sti Townhouse Apartment in the Fair Housing Act which
SHugeyard sale: Friday & chicken wire, etc. hourly rate is $24.00. Sales Representatives: Bonifay. NO pets allowed, makes it illegal to advertise
Saturday, October 1th & 850-212-6964 d tionsma e Avon RepresentativesPhone 850-547-3129 "any preference, limitation or
3130 Saturday, October h & descriptions may be Avon Representatives discrimination based on 7160
11th, from 8a.m. till 4p.m. obtained at the race, color, religion sex
I Jake Spires will not be ANTIQUES & MISCELLA- Lots of miscellaneous Washington County a e nd ng mo lneA For ren Sle epy Hollow adic el gi n, 2BR/1BA Singlewide
responsible for any debts NEOUS AUCTION Satur- items, lots of glassware, Board of County pointment fee $10. Phone HUD no t accepted tional or, gin, or an inten- w/new carpet & paincluded.
made by anybody other day, October 18th, antique claw foot bathtub, 3300 Commissioners'office Dwayne Atkins @ HUD not accepted tion, to make any such pref- $13,900, set up included.
than myself as of October 7:00pm-until. Preview 1920 3 piece living room 2000 Honda 300 4- located at 850-547-1640. ISR 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA. erence, limitation or dis- Call Brad @ 850-763-7780.
1, 2008. 6:00pm. No Buyer's Pre- suit, wood heater, ward- wheeler, $2500. Revelation 1331 South Boulevard, Water, garbage, lawn care crimination" Familial status
mium! 827 Main Street, robe, singer pedal sewing Pump shotgun, $125. Mar- Chipley, FL 32428. included. Spacious, en- includes children under the
___Downtown Chipley, FL. machine, garden table with lin .22 semi-automatic rifle, Applications may also ergy efficient with private age of18livingwth parents 3BR/2BA 2007 General
Plenty of parking, air con- 2 stools, Dewalt wood $85. Smith and Wesson be obtained at yard. 850-638-7128. or legal custodians, preg- Isle, 28x64. Front & back
ditt w odin snao ttedat 0yard. 850-638-7128.om p rchtoverefrigeo
ditioned building, snack planer, new $250.00, lots .38 caliber hand gun, www.washingtonfl.com. 4130curing custody of children DW W/Dpch ook-up, Willing
bar. Wills Antiques and of books & comic books. $125. Call before 8PM. Application deadline- Other For Rent.-1BR/1BA Apart- under 18. to rent. For price or rental
Collectables#AB2770 "1602 North Hwy. 81, next 850-535-0944. Oct. 13, 2008 at 3:00 ment. Full kitchen with info. call Brian Thurman @
J e 850-638-2535 or 260-1151 to Prescott's old Dixie Taxi, oa-- m. Mystery Shoppers get stove & refrigerator. Full This newspaper will not 850-260-5569.
JamieChesnut# AU2837 Dandy and Elaine'sBeauty Depdabl oca All questions regarding aid tohoplRetailinng living room. Has a $300 knowingly accept any adver-
ior long distance, lowj j is
shop in Pinelog Commu- or long stance, lowI this position or other establishments need un- deposit & is $125.00 rising for real estate which is
Auction nity". 334-64-3731 I pns open 24 hours, 71 vacancies should be ercover clients to judge aweek. All utilities in- in violation of the law. Our 3BR/2BA Doublewide
dtotheHuman d v c t readers are hereby informed w/fireplace, new carpet
Sat. Nov. 1st 8:00 AM ovng Sale. 1195 Pine a week Day; directed to the Human quality customer service, eluded. Located on Hwy that all dwellings advertised paint,. $26,900.
IMA H S. No. 1s M g Sale,. i 5 Pne 7-850-547-52, n Resources Department, Earn up to $150. a day. 90. Phone # i this newspaperare availa- New 14x7 3BR/2BA
PETS Sa ANIMALS Hwy 231 N., State Park Rd., leftg then r t .5-5 - 850-415-5151 Call (888)-523-1013. 850-258-7290. ble on a equal opportunity $2590 Cl Brd
........S e F t sobasis. To complain of dis- $25,900. Call Brad @
2 Cmp F. left at Pine Bluff. First For Sale: Fh t sck For Rent Ridgewood criminatn call850-7637780.
210- Pets Farm& construction house on left. Fri & Sat, your pond or lake; cop
2110- Pts: Free tod es equipment county city Oct. 10&11. Furniture, pernose, bluegill, Apartments602S.Weeks at 18006699 The
2120-FPrAt Supplies P co mnt household itemsimshellcracker, channel cat- l Bonifay. Remodeled impaired is
2130S-Fp ials/ Plus consignments and NEW OWNERS. 1, 2, 1-800-92
2130 Farm Animals/ Pius consignments. Oct. 10th & 11th, 8-4 Fri- fish, mosquito fish andI andNEOWNERS 9275
Wanted Sales 1036 Meadowlark Lane. Will sit and Care for -
Just off South Foxworth loved ones. Daily or For Rent; 1 bedroom
LLC#642 Rd. Led Crystal, small ap- hourly. COMPANY INC apartment $500. month Ln 4_ _
ST850-263-473, Office. pliances, hand made Also bake, decoratevarietyCOM INC. artment o$50 month in
woodwork, etc.downtown Bonifay Water
850-258-7652, Chad. woodwork, etc. of cakes. Homemade ewer, Garbage pickup AUTOMOTIVEMARINE
1 210 850-849-0792, Gerald. Sale Sale Sale, Fri. Oct, Fudge. Call 638-9465. Are you an energetic and dependable included. Call E ONA
wwwmasonauctio until 10th & Sat.11th, 8:00am worker? If so, you qualify for an (850)547-5244 to fill out an 6170 8100 -Antique & Collectibles
co until 1:00pm. Bag Sale be- application. 2BR Mobile home, 8110-Cars
Male Pug for ginning 12:30 Saturday. 2- opportunity to launch your career with a completely furnished. No 8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
ale seat,2-drawer files, table Wanted: uents of growing company! You must be willing LARGE- 1BR, $450, S/D pets. Call 850-638-1871. 810 a
Pug9montholdmale ,chairs, gasgrill, con-anykin$250. Large 3BR/1BA 2BR Mobile Home. Total 10ns-Commercal
S3150 and chairs, gas grill, con- any kind in any condition. to travel and have valid ID and SS card. $650, S/D $350. Everyth- electric, stove & ref ra l Motorcycles
Pug 9 month old male, create mixer, toys, books, Fender, Martin, Gibson, Ing Newl Downtown Chip- tr st 817 ef a AuHtoParts
registered. Sweet nature. 18 gauge metal studs and clothes, collectibles and Amps, Guitars, Drums. Come by, introduce yourself and ill out ey, convenient location. fre erontdek. N 810 & Accessories
$250. Call 850-956-4586 track, 1161 pieces, various misc., St. Matthew's Epis- Lessons: Violin, Guitar, an application. (EOE) Rent includes stove, re- free evronment 8 o ats
or 334-449-1173 sizes $1,000.00 firm. copal Church across from Piano, Drums. frigerator, city water, Apply @ The Westerner 820- Personal Watercraft
850-547-3949 Ag Center on Hwy 90. 850-638-5050.We offer great benefits to qualifying sewer, garbage. SorrynoA n Chipl 820 Sailboat ne
ADOPTION Learn to Operate a Crane or Bull AIRLINESAREHIRING-Trainforhigh employees such as 401k, group medical 850-638-3306. Rock Hill ChurchRd 8310- Aceiatin
OH/A, $500/mo, $250 dle-8320 ATV/0ff Road VehIcles
Dozer Heavy Equipment Training. paying Aviation Maintenance Career. and dental insurance, employee stock One bedroom unfurnished posit, water furnished. No 8330 Campers & Trailers
Pregnant? Considering adoption? National Certification. Financial & FAA approved program. Financial Pets. Call850-6388570. 8340 -Molorhomes
Married couple, large extended Placement Assistance. Georgia aid if qualified Job placement purchase, vacation, life and LTD apartment. No pets. WDs
Bait & Tackle, 7th St and 3BR/1BA, newly reno-
family, seeks to adopt. Financially School of Construction. www. assistance. CALL Aviation Institute insurance, uniforms and per diem. South Blvd. vated, near town, parks &
secure. Expenses paid. Call KAREN Heavy5.com Use code "FLCNH" or of Maintenance (888)349-5387. Bonifay Elementary
& KEVIN. (ask for michelle/adam). call (866)218-2763. .110 school. $425. a month.
(800)790-5260. FL Bar# 0150789. NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST '" akil lc d, vrf_* sut $850-547-3746 ornh B-,hm
AUCTOS HELP WANTED OFFICE JOBS. $18-$20/HR. NO WW Y Ci',,y*J 61. dtt y 40 850-956-2267 D'Elegance Cadillac.
AUCTIONS EXPERIENCE, PAID TRAINING, F r Rent (BR/8BA 48u Poweg windows, locks
No Truck Driver Experience-No FED BENEFITS, VACATIONS. CALL N, oe-'1926 2BR/1BA house for rent For Rent 3Bon/2BAc du Posesr wAC, AMlFMrado
AUCTION OCTOBER 25TH Problem. Wil-Trans Trucking Will (800)910-9941 TODAY! REF #FL08. ar now takinon Maddox Spring Road 37393 w/tape. Good tires, very
Picturesque Lambsburg, VA. 125 Teach You How to Drive. Company We are now taking applations for oss from ate Pond. clean inside and out.
Acres Subdivided. 5+ Acre Tracts Sponsored CDL Training. Be OTR in REAL ESTATE -Welders CH/A, water, garbage & For Rent; 2BR/1BA trailer 106,200 miles. $2,500
Mountain land. Views, Farmhouse. Three Weeks. (888)368-1205. Must sewer included. 30ft. $250/mo Ponce de Leon OBO. 850-548-1215.
Details: www.rogersrealty.com be 23. TENNESSEE LAND RUSHI 1+acre -Mechanics camper for rent, fenced in, area, .850-259-9113
(800)442-7906 or (336)789-2926. to 2acre homesites, wood, views. -Class A CDL Drivers Wrights Creek & Choc- Mobile Home $300. 1988 Chevy Caprise.
VA#2. A PHAT JOB! NOW HIRING 18-24 Starting at $59,900. Tenn River tawhatchee River. Call month, plus $300. deposit, Loaded. Almost mint cond
SHARP ENTHUSIASTIC MOTIVATED & Nick-a-Jack view tracts now -Equipment OperatorS 850-535-2760 no pets, in the Country. inside. Runs great & very
AUTO DONATIONS GUYS & GIRLS FREE TO TRAVEL available! Retirement guide rates -Construction Crew Laborers H in Call 547-2043. Leave mes- good tires. Well cared for.
USA REPRESENTING 150+ this area #2 is U.S. places to retire. u in i- sage. $2,500. 638-6996.
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE RECEIVE LEADING PUBLICATIONS. 2 WEEKS Low cost of living, no impact fee. www.trawickconstruction.com. ley. $425/mo. Callor rn, no----
850-638-8360. Mobile Home for rent, no
$1000GROCERYCOUPON UNITED PAID TRAINING, TRANSPORTATION (330)699-2741 or (866)550-5263, pets, $400/mo plus de- 1995 4-Door Corolla.
BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION PROVIDED. RETURN TRIP Ask About Mini Vacation! 1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, Fl 2B/1BA House for rent posit. Call 850-638-1716 Runs great, cheap on gas,
Free Mammograms, Breast Cancer GUARANTEED. CALL TINA OR JIM 850.638.0429 $425 month. Call between 8am-5pm. 5 speed. $2,200. Call
Info www.ubcf.info FREE Towing, (800)642-6147. STEAL MY MARSHFRONT Owner 638-8360. Mobile Home Park, for 638-1462formoreinfo.
Tax Deductible, Non-Runners sacrifice!!! Drop dead gorgeous rent- 3BR/2BA Cedar Gar-
Accepted, (888)468-5964. Needacareer???BecomeaNationally Marshfront. My neighbor paid dens. 850.896-0520 or 1998 Ford Taurus, engine
Certified Heating/AC Tech. 3.5wk $389,900. I'll sell mine for less than 850-373 8256. 701 Easl runs good, 2 new tires,
BUILDING SUPPLIES Nationally Accredited program. Get the bank repo's. My six figure loss is Hwy 90. Bon.tay, Mud O K new battery, needs AC
EPA/OSHA/NCCER Certified. Local your gain. $229,900. Call: (888)306- wMoblre Homes lor ren$ ,n r 1300.00 or OBO
METAL ROOFING. Buy direct from job placement. Financing Available 4734. Conorndale on Sapp Road 850-956-2025
manufacturer. Over 20 colors in (877)994-9904. 8 miies east of Cnpley
stock, several profiles to choose South Carolina low country Hunting/ 3BR/2BA and 2BR.2BA 2008 Nissan Sentra, auto-
from. Quick turnaround. Delivery DRIVER COMPANY DRIVERS CDL- Recreation Tracts for sale. Close available. Tolal elecir.c matic,4 door sedan, 6,000
available. (352)498-0778, (888)393- A Earn up to 46cpm. Students CDL to 1-95 in Bamberg CO. Peaceful/ (850)258-4868, 209 8847 miles, $14,500., 34+ miles
0335.www.GulfCoastSupply.com welcome. Average 2,500 to 2,800 secluded and loaded with deer, www.charlo.cour.lryli per gallon. 850-849-1879,
miles/week. No forced Northeast. turkey, hogs and timber value too. ing.com 850-547-3621 EXT 392
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES (877)740-6262. Owner operators call 42ac-85ac-120ac-235ac-500ac- Nice 2BR Mobile home
(877)853-3311. www.ptl-inc.com. 730ac- all on the Little Salkahatchie on Corbin Road, all elec- Crown Vic, 1996. $2,999.
Financial Freedom for you. $1000/ river. Roads, game plots, stands trick, deck on front and One owner. AC, P/S, P/W,
day returning phone calls. Not MLM. Drivers: ACT NOW Sign-On Bonus new Ready to hunt. Priced below rear, storage shed on big tinted windows. Clean.
No buying orselling products. Legal, 35-41cpm Earn over $1000 weekly market! Call Now (803)826-6033 lot. Sorry no pets. I fur- 850-638-4374 or
moral and ethical, www.mygoldplan. Excellent Benefits Need CDL-A & 3 (Brokers Protected). nished water, garbage and 850-726-0812.
com/bigmoney (888)276-8596. mos recent OTR (877)258-8782. C&C Bookkeeping and Carpentry, pressure wash- included
Lakefront living at its finest. Tax Service. Open 5 days ing, lawn care, patio & win- For Rent first in Chipley extermination included
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do Driver: DON'T JUST START YOUR Homesites available nestled in the a week.8am to5pm. Call dw re-screening great Mini Warehouses. If you change ac filter and mow
you earn $800 in a day? 30 Local CAREER, START IT RIGHT! Company mountains of NC along 150 miles of (850)638-1483 rates. Do" Lamar Townsend more info call 8140 F
Machines and Candy $9,995. Sponsored CDL training in 3 weeks, shoreline. 30% discounts for limited (850)638-4539, north of 850-638-1911 or
(888)629-9968 BO2000033. CALL Must be 21. Have CDL? Tuition time (800)7091-LAKE. Townsends. Ftow package,350 V10 ext. cellevant
US: We will not be undersold! reimbursement! CRST. (866)917- Nice 3BR/2BA, One acrecondition 78ackage,000 miles,
2778. VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS 2 acres on in Lucs Lakes, includes $750Call 850-638771.
$1,000 A DAY POSSIBLE mountain top near New River State Hed r n iny Light Truck/Tractor Work Mini Storage in Chipley Direct-Tv and garbage.C5 06897.,
RETURNING PHONE CALLS NO HOMES FOR RENT Park, great fishing, view, private. Tops Mobile Unit. I do the ost, Rock, Sand and Cy- f sizes f rent. e 5 9 600 1996 Ford Extended Van
SELLING, NOT MLM (800)479-8033 $29,500 must sell, call owner work at your home or rss Mulch. Pick up or(850)326-2399 w/new motor. $1,500.
WWW.FOCUSONCASH.COM. Venice New 1 and2 bedroom homes (866)789-8535. workplace.Reasonable delivered Call: 773-3349 or "_,_____________ Another 1996 Extended
from $900 per month in active lifestyle rates on new vinyl tops ocnn_,-- .Van. $1,000. Will sell both
OWN A RECESSION Proof Business community with waterfront sites, "FREE Foreclosure Listings"* Over and auto carpeting. Free /. f' or $2200. 850-258-6481or
Establishedaccountswiththeaverage resort amenities, on-site activities 200,000 properties nationwide estimates. Call anytime, Sod ForSaleonthe farm, O( H,,', f $ 850-773-3892.
owner Earning over $200K a year call and events. (866)823-9860. LOW Down Payment. Call NOW! leave message. (850) delivered or installed. Cen-
24/7 (866)622-8892 Code X. (800)817-5434. 638-7351 tipede and 419 Bermuda. '97 Mercury Villager, 7
3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $12,600! Only West Florida Turf B&M Mower Repair & passenger. Duel air, full
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