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INSIDE


Learning time
After-school tutoring
and homework
help offered
A2


Caught.
Walton County
murder suspect
arrested
A3


Back together
Reunions throughout
the area
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In D.C.
Drivers visit
President Obama
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Town ha l meeting


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PHotos by JAY FELSBERG I Washingtbn County News
Elaine Thompson (center) of the Concerned. American Patriots of Jackson County, gets
ready to give U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd "pink slips" filled out by citizens "firing" Boyd as a
member of Congress.


Boyd addresses health care, taxes


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
MARIANNA - U.S. Rep Al-
len Boyd, Allen Boyd, D-Mon-
ticello, faced questions about
health care, carbon taxes and
other issues at a town hall in
Marianna Wednesday morn-
ing. Boyd is doing 14 town
halls throughout the Second
Congressional District.
'While the Marianna town
hall was not as lively as the
one in Blountstown on Tues-
day, there were still tough
.questions f6r the representa-
tive, and a few catcalls from
the roughly 500 persons in at-
tendance at the USDA Center
on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Boyd gave a presentation
on economic problems in re-
cent years and said that im-
proving health care was a vi-
tal part of economic recovery.


U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd greets citizens Wednesday at his
town hall meeting in Marianna.


"We cannot fix the econo-
my unless we have respon-
sible health care reform,"
Boyd said, noting that health
care is about 17 percent of
the' economy. He said that


percentage has doubled
in the last 20 years, "and
we have the highest cost
per capital in the world."
See BOYD A4


Back to School Immunization Party held
CHIPLEY - Washington County
Health Department on South
Boulevard hosted a Back to School
Immunization Party on' Thursday,
Aug. 20. There were water
activities, prizes, popcorn and snow.
cones and free hot dogs. Sponsors
included Community South Bank,
Bank of Bonifay and the Washington
County Tobacco Free Partnership.
Emma Shiver, right, bravely
prepares to get her shots from
Director of Nurses Susie Sewell, RN.
They are joined by Clinic Supervisor
Susan Miller, RN; IKaren Mathis, RN;
Eileen Bray, ARNP; andBarbara
Sanders, HST. More on the program
and more information onr swine flu
will be in Wednesday's Washington
County News. Photo by JAY FELSBERG


CECILIA SPEARS I Washington County News
Carolyn and Wayne Saunders are joined
by WHTC Director Tommy Smith.


Learning Resource

Center dedicated

to Wayne Saunders

Cecilia Spears
StaffWriter
tspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY - The Learning Resource Center
at the Washington/Holmes County Techni-
cal Center was dedicated and named after
Wayne Saunders in a ceremony held Aug. 18
at the Technical Center.
Friends, family members and LRC staff.
members past and present came to show
their support, as did Superintendent of
Schools Dr. Sandra Cook and former super-
intendent Calvin Stevenson.
"Mr. Saunders is more than just the
founding Director of Washington-Holmes
Technical Center; he is an important part of
the community and has served our citizens
in many ways. He is an active member of the
First.Baptist Church, where he has served
as a deacon for 40 years, and he serves as
a Washington County School Board member
and is active in the Kiwanis Club of Chipley,"
said Director Washington-Holmes Technical
Center Tommy Smith. "He has been a de-
voted husband, father and grandfather, and
participates in Vacation Bible School and
Girl Scout cookie sales, and it is without a
doubt Wayne Saunders has made significant
contributions to his church, his community
and workforce education."
SSmith explained they had decided to ded-
icate the building to Saunders some time
ago.
"His lifelong focus has been on helping
others, and we are privileged to know him
and are better people because of him, and
we wanted to give something back," he said:
"So as a group, we went to the Superinten-
dent of Schools, which at the time was Cal-
vin Stevenson, and did our research on what
we needed in order to get started."
He said Stevenson had agreed that it was
a good idea, but there was some delay.
"He kept putting it off and putting it off,
and we couldn't understand why it was tak-
ing so long; then Stevenson showed us why,"
he said. "It was because Stevenson wanted
to make it his last official decision as a super-
intendent before he left so that it would hold
more significance, more meaning behind it."
More background as provided by Smith:
.A bill presented to the Florida Legisla-
ture in 1965 resulted in the establishment
of vocational technical centers within the
state.
,*Upon application by the Washington
County School Board to the Florida Depart-
ment of Education in September of 1965,
Chipley was chosen as one of the cities to
establish a technical center.
*In May 1966, Saunders was approved by
the Washington County School Board as the
founding director of WHTC and officially be-
gan his duties during July of 1966.
SSaunders continued as director until his
retirement in 1989.
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Saturday, August 22, 2009


Community BRIEFS


Homework Center
CHIPLEY - New Life Fellowship
church is offering after-school help
with homework to students kinder-
garten through grade five. Hours
are 2:30-5:30 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Transportation from school
provided by school bus. For more
information, call the church office
at 638-1134 or 638-1140.

AMVETS Membership Drive
CHIPLEY - The Ladies Auxil-
iary and Sons of.AMVETS, Post
007 in Chipley will host a dance
and pig roast on Saturday, Aug.
29. Membership sign-ups start at
4 p.m. and dinner at 6.The dance
.will begin at 7 p.m., BYOB.
To sigh up for membership,
you will need to bring your DD214
and $30 for dues, dinner and the
dance.
The public is welcome to at-
tend. Admission is $15 each or
$25 per couple. For more infor-
mation, call 638-4126.

SCemetery cleaning day
.CHIPLEY - Barfield Cenetery
cleaning day is; scheduled for
Saturday, Aug. 22, starting at 5:30


a.m. Call Brian Pettis at 638-9630
for more information.

Senior Day
Washington County Council on
Aging is coordinating the second
annual Washington County Se-,
nior Day. Seniors from all over the
county are invited to celebrate at
Shivers Park in Chipley. On Oct.
6, businesses all over Washington
County are coming together to
make this day. special. There will
be a variety of entertainment:
Donations will be greatly ap-
preciated for Senior Day. The
donations will go directly to the
Washington County Council on
Aging (501-c3 tax-exempt) for
items needed for seniors in our
community. Sponsors who donate
will reserve space for an exhibit
booth, and the sponsor's name
will be included in our program.
Make check payable to: Wash-
ington County Council on Aging,
Inc., 1348 South Blvd., Chipley, FL
32428; 850-638-6216, 850-638-6217;
e-mail: wccoa@bellsoith.net.

Renew tags early,
CHIPLEY - Tag and title fees


will increase by more than 50
percent on Sept, 1. Anyone with
a birthday i. September, October
and November may renew tags
in August. Two-year renewals are
also available. These increased
fees go to the state, as approved
by the Florida legislature. For
more information, call 638-6275
or 638-6276.

Free tutoring
for eligible students
Attention parents of Kate
Smith Elementary and Vernon
Elementary School - students:
Your child may be eligible for free
tutoring.
To be eligible for free tutoring,
the student must receive free or
reduced lunches. There is no cost
to parents of eligible students.
Funding is provided through
No Child Left Behind - Title I.
Transportation is not provided
for tutoring sessions.
KMS parents are urged to at-
tend and meet the providers at a
Provider Fair at Kate Smith for
grades one and four on Tuesday,
Aug. 25, at 6 p:m. and for grades
two and three on Thursday, Aug.
27, at 6 p.m.


Vernon Elementary held a
Provider Fair on Thursday, Aug.
20.
To sign up or request more in-
formation, please contact:
* Peggy Adams, SES Facilita-
tor, Vernon Elementary School,
535-2486.
* Olin Gilbert, SES Coordina-
tor, Washington County School
Board, 850/638-6222

Yoga classes
CHIPLEY - Washington County
Council on Aging, 1348 South
Blvd. in Chipley, is holding yoga
and stretching classes every
Monday from 1:30-3 p.m. with dis-
cussions on anti-aging and alter-
native medicine.
This is an intermediate class,
but anyone can join at any time.
Cost' is $25 per month. Partici-
pants should wear loose clothing
(no shorts or jeans) and bring a
yoga mat or cotton quilt, two 1-
pound weights or 1-pound cans,
and a pen and notebook.
Several massage mats will be
available for a relaxing end to the
session. The instructor is Sandie
Acosta. Call 638-6217, ext. 113, for
more information.


FHP inspection checkpoints
Florida Highway Patrol will
conduct driver's license and vehi-
cle inspection checkpoints during
the month of August on the road-
ways listed below in Holmes, Jack-
son and Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger pre-
sented to the public by defective
vehicle equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts on ve-
hicles being operated with de-
fects such' as bad brakes, worn
tires and defective lighting equip-
ment. In addition, attention will
be directed to drivers who would
violate the driver's license laws
of Florida.
Officers will be on State Roads
No. 2, 10, 69, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81,
273, 276, 277 and 286 during the
month.
County roads with inspection
points include No. 69A, 162, 164,
165,165A, 167,169,173,177,177A,
179,181,185, 271, 276, 279, 280 and
284, and Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing equipment
and driver's license laws while
ensuring the protection of all mo-
torists.


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PROVIDES EXCEPTIONAL CARE!


Washington Rehabilitation
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and Nursing Center
has achieved its first


Platinum Survey! The care, environment, resident
rights, activities, social services and overall quality of
life at the facility are exceptional and Washington is
truly deserving of this outstanding recognition.
William Blank, Administrator, states, "We're very
-proud of the results of our annual survey. Achieving a
5 star survey is recognition of the care we provide to
our residents and the quality of life afforded to them.
This is the first zero health care deficiency survey for
Washington Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. Zero
health care deficiencies are awarded to only 3% of
facilities, so it's especially fulfilling to be, considered
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quality of life and individualized care we provide our
residents comes from all the employees of the facility
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RESURFACING, RESTORATION &
REHABILITATION (RRR)
IMPROVEMENTS
SR 77 from CR 77A (Falling Waters Road) to
SR 273 (Glenwood Avenue) in Washington County
FPID # 423056-1-52-01

PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING
The Florida Department of Transportation' (FDOT) will host a Public
Information Meeting concerning proposed improvements to SR
77. The meeting will be held Tuesday, August 25, 2009 from 5:30
p.m. until 6:30 p.m. at the Chipley National Guard Armory. This
meeting will provide an opportunity to preview the proposed design,
ask questions and/or submit comments concerning the upcoming


project. Maps,
drawings and other -;
information will be
on display. There
will be no formal '
presentations.
However,
representatives,
from the FDOT
and Alday-Howell '
Engineering, i
Inc. (consultant
engineer) will
be available to
answer questions
and explain the
proposed improvements.


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Currently, the FDOT proposes to mill and resurface the portion of SR
77 from CR 77A to SR 273. Other proposed improvements include
Utility patch repair, upgrading pedestrian signals and rehabilitating
.curb cut ramps. The project is approximately 1.5 miles in length and
construction is expected to begin in the fall of 2010.
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color,
national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status. Persons
who require special accommodations under the Americans with
Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of
charge) should contact Clay Hunter, PE at (850) 415-9479 at least
seven days prior to the meeting.
If you have any questions about this project or
this meeting, please call Clay Hunter, PE, FDOT
=.%... Project Manager or email him at clay.hunter@dot.
/\ state.fl.us. You may also contact Tommie Speights,
H ' District Three Public Information Director by email at
tommie.speights@dot.state.fl.us. Your comments are
welcomed and appreciated.

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Saturday, August 22, 2009


Local


Washington County News I A3.


Suspect in Walton


County murder nabbed


KIMBELRY WHITE
Florida Freedom Ncwspapecrs
LAUREL HILL - A man sus-
pected of killing a woman
in north Walton County was
captured early Thursday
evening near here, accord-
ing to lawmen.
Okaloosa County sheriff's
deputies caught 41-year-old
Jeffrey Allen Yates on New
Ebenezer Road near the
Alabama line after Paxton
Mayor Hayward Thomas
spotted a blue 1996 Ford
F-350 pickup truck that be-
longed to Elizabeth "Cook-
ie" Andrews, according to a
news release from the Wal-
ton County Sheriff's Office.
Andrews, 60, was found
shot to death in her home
just south of Gaskin on Mon-
day morning. The Sheriff's
Office issued an arrest war-
rant for Yates on Thursday
morning.
Thomas, who is a retired
Walton County sheriff's lieu-
tenant, recognized the pick-
up from a description issued
by the Sheriff's Office. He
noticed it near intersection
of State Road 85 and County
Road 393 and called 911, ac-
cording to the news release.
Okaloosa deputies spot-
ted the truck and began a
low-speed pursuit, the news
release stated. Yates tossed
a firearm and clothing from
the truck before he pulled
over about a mile later and
surrendered at about 5:15
p.m. according to the news
release.
He was booked into the
Okaloosa County Jail in
Crestview and will ,be re-
turned to Walton County at a
later time, the news-release
said.
Yates faces murder and
other felony charges.
He apparently spent
much time at Andrews'
home off State Road 83..
Kerri Balo, Andrews'
daughter, said in a telephone
interview from her home in
Ohio earlier Thursday that
she never met Yates but
had heard about him. from
her mother, including that
he has an ex-wife and chil-
dren whom he is not allowed


to see.
Balo said she didn't know
much about him, and it was
apparent her mother knew
little about him, either.
"I told her, 'You don't
know this man. Just stay
away,'" she said.
She said Andrews was a
"little woman" with a "big
heart" who could not even
stand up straight to walk
Her mother was "one to
take in strays," Balo said.
"That's why (Yates) did
this, I'm sure," she said
through sobs. "She felt
sorry for him because he
was homeless and living in
a truck My mom, just be-
ing my mom, just felt bad
for him ... There was no"
reason to kill her. None. He
could have taken whatever
he needed from her and not
killed her.... She 'took care
of Daddy for years while he
was sick and she didn't take
care of herself and her own
health and this guy does this
to her? That's just evil, pure
evil."
Bobby Adkison, Andrews'
friend and caretaker, discov-
ered her body about 9 a.m:
Monday when he stopped by
for their morning coffee. The
last time he saw her alive
was the previous morning.
He said he does not know
Yates well, but, that Yates
lived for a 'time with his fa-
ther, who lives about a mile
from Andrews' home about
two miles south of Gaskin off
State Road 83.
Balo is trying to figure
out what to do. She said she
cannot afford to drive to De-
Faniak Springs, much less
afford to ship her mother's
remains to Ohio so she can
be buried in the family plot
next to her husband.
"I'm trying right now to
find the money to bury her,"
Balo sobbed. "It's just a bad
situation all the way around
... All I want is the money
to get her home and get her
buried and I don't know how
any of this works."
The burial alone is ex-
pected to cost about $8,500,
but Balo said she has less
than $100 in her checking
account.


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CHS Cow Chip Festival to be


held Saturday, September 26


CHIPLEY - Chipley High School is
planning a Cow Chip Festival Sat-
urday, Sept. 26 at new CHS Sports
Fields starting at 10 a.m.
Cow Chip Bingo will pit your luck
against the gastronomical actions
of a cow and her ability to do "what
comes naturally." A 50 x 50 yard play-
ing area will be divided into squares.
Each square represents a "land deed
parcel" that can be purchased for $5
"each. Checks should be made pay-
able to Chipley High School.
At noon on Sept. 26 the cows will


be brought onto the field and the first
three "chips' will be recorded and
measured by the Cow Chip Judges.
They will then locate the land deed
parcels and determine the winners.
First chip wins $250; second chip wins
$500 and the third chip wins $1,000,
actual amounts will be based on the
percentage of total parcels sold.
Your "deed" to a Cow Chip Bingo
square confers no actual rights of
ownership to the land. It is only valid
on the day of the event for the dura-
tion of the game.


Other planned events include
Kiss the Cow, Cow Chip Tossing, hay
rides for the kids, 5K "Cow Trot", Jail
and Bail, barbecue, baked goods and
concessions.
Official sponsors are Professional
Printing and Designs, Stones Chi-
pley Packing co., Washington County
Farm Bureau, Washington-Holmes
Cattleman's Association and the
Westerner, Inc.
For more information, contact
Alex Webb or Bryan Lee at Chipley
High.School at 638-6100.


day, but in the end Team lams pro Vic
Vatalaro's one-fish catch Saturday of
1 pound, 9 ounces was enough to win
the Walmart FLW Series� BP East-
ern Division tournament on Lake
Dardanelle. Vatalaro's four-day catch
of 15 bass weighing 39-4 earned him
more than $119,000.
The catch gave him the win by a.
solid 6-pound, 6-ounce margin over
Nate Wellman of Jenison, Mich., who
caught a total of 14 bass weighing 32-
14 and earned $47,331.
Rounding out the top five pros are
Chad Prough of Chipley, (11 bass, 31-
14, $37,865); Team Kellogg's pro Dave
Lefebre of Union City, Pa. (16 bass,
31-14, $28,399) and Tommy Martin
of Hemphill, Texas (13 bass, 29-13,
$18,932).
Jeff Magee of Mendenhall, Miss.,
caught the biggest bass of the tour-
nament in the Pro Division Thursday
- a 6-pound, 2-ounce bass - that
earned him the day's Folger's Big
Bass award of $430.
Coverage of the Lake Dardanelle
tournament, hosted by the Rus-
sellville Advertising and Promotion
Commission, will be broadcast in
high-definition (HD) on VERSUS.
The Emmy-nomiriated "FLW Out-


RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. - Ciad Prough
of Chipley, snuck up through the field
to claim the third-place spot with a
four-day total of 31 pounds, 14 ounces
worth $37,865 in the Walmart FLW
Series BP Eastern Division tourna-
ment onLake Dardanelle.
Prough was working the same sec-
tion of Spadra Creek that Nate Well-
man of Michigan was, but fished a
Lucky Craft RC 1.5 most of the time.
"There were a lot of boats fishing
in there," Prough said. "The second
day we had as many as eight boats in
that little creek Everyone was pitch-.
ing jigs to stumps in there, so I de-
cided to give the fish a little different
look Once I figured out that those fish
would bite a crankbait on those same
stumps that everyone was pitching a
jig to, that became my primary game.
It did not bother me a bit that those
guys were in there fishing, because I
really felt like I was on a different pro-
gram than they were."
Prough noted that repetitivecasts
to the stumps were key.
"I'd bang each stump eight or nine
times with that crankbait, and some-
times they would not bite until the
10th cast," he added.
It came down to the wire Satur-


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SAUNDERS from page Al


*He returned to the WHTC
in 1997 to serve as an interim
director at the request of the
WCSB.
*Saunders is considered di-
rectly responsible for the suc-
cess the Center enjoys today.
His leadership and ability to
choose exemplary individu-
als to work at the school was
second to none. As a result,
the team he selected provided
tlhe Center with a solid founda-
tion.
His steady hand, gentle but
firm nature, and wise deci-
sions established this school
as a model institution, which
has been copied by many other
technical centers. Under his
leadership, many individuals in
.our community gained the voca-
tional, academic and technical
skills, ensuring their success in
the workforce.
*The Learning Resource
Center houses the Adult Edu-
cation program and Media Ser-
vices for the whole campus. Its
mission is to provide adults of
the community and suirround-
ing counties with the academic
training needed to earn- a high,
school diploma, master techni-
cal skills or earn a general edu-
cation diploma.
*Accordingly, the Learning
Resource Center is the center-
piece in the educational pro-
grams offered at WHTC.
The Learning Resource Cen-
ter is special to Saunders for
many reasons.
."Obviously, the Learning Re-
source Center is key to many of
the students enrolled in tech-
nical programs in that it helps
them to learn the supporting
academic skills they need for
success in their chosen voca-
tional area," he said.
It is also special because
Carolyn Saunders (Wayne's
wife) was the coordinator of
the Learning Resource Center


Photos by CECILIA SPEARS I Washington County News
ABOVE: The name of the learning center is unveiled, honoring
longtime educator and community leader Wayne Saunders.
From left are.former Superintendent of Education Calvin
Stevenson, Saunders, WHTC Director Tommy Smith, Assistant
Director Martha Compton, Assistant Director Olin Gilbert
and Superintendent of Education Dr. Sandra Cook. RIGHT:*
Washington-Holmes Technical Center Director Tommy Smith
introduces the man of the hour, Wayne Saunders.


from its inception until her re-
tirement.
This program was so suc-
cessful, it was adopted by many
of the other technical centers
and community colleges in


the state.
"I am extremely proud of the
successful program his wife de-
veloped and credit it to her vi-
sion, dedication and hard work,"
he said.


BOYD from page Al


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n Boyd also used figures of
45-50 million Americans
without health insurance.
Boyd repeated his op-
position to the bdst-known
�'Ty'. proposed health care leg-
,; isolation, the 1,000-page plus
, HB3200.
"The Blue Dogs thought
legislation was moving too
quickly," Boyd said, refer-
ring to a group of moderate
and conservative Demo-
crats in the House of Rep-
resentatives.. "We wanted
it to slow down and let the
nation have a conversation
. . 'about health care.
"Arbitrary time lines are
not important. We have to
get it right."
There was plenty of con-
versation about health care
on Wednesday. Irving Mer-
rell of Graceville 'noted a
provision in HB 3200 about
patient choice that included.
the term "acceptable."
"Who defines that?". he
asked.
Homer Hurt of Sneads
noted that "spending starts
with your House."
Hurt also talked about
reports that Congress
would not use the proposed
health insurance.
"We can't count on a
or good Congress untilyou are
or . receiving the same benefits
and liabilities as we are."
One woman told Boyd
ly by that she-was unemployed
Avenue, and had no health insur-
pers Inc. ance, "but I don't want the
government sticking its fin-
gers into my life.
hington "We people are not cotn-
nnot be vinced that you can expand
expressed coverage, keep the cost
down and there not be ra-
ATES tioning. We think we are be-
ing lied to."
$2730; "If it doesn't lower costs
:r$273; I won't vote for it," Boyd
TY said.
:$34.65; Boyd listed four things
he and other Blue Dogs
needed to support health
care reform: patient choice
of physicians, reduction
RE? of costs, getting the "45-50
million" uninsured into the
nentary by system and a deficit-neu-
ind it all at tral plan.


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of this paper or Freedom
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JAY FELSBERG I Washington County News
U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd listens to Jeff Ward on gun control at the town hall meeting


in Marianna Wednesday.

"It's got to be paid for,"
he said.
While Boyd was not
heckled often, many of
those present called for
him to answer questions
when he appeared to drift
off the subject. One subject
was energy, particularly
Boyd's affirmative vote on
the House "cap-and-trade"
legislation. Boyd defended
his vote in part based on
the need to end America's
dependence on imported
oil.
Farmer Mike McKinney
responded, "We've been
hearing ever since Carter
was in office that we need to
become energy sufficient.
How do we believe you are
serious? Most of the people
here do not trust Washing-
ton or Tallahassee."
Cap and trade "specula-
tors" were also criticized,
including one statement
that former Vice-President
Al Gore was expected. to
earn about $1 billion in the
trade of CAT taxes.


Boyd also defended his
record on the right to bear
arms when Jeff Ward asked
about HB 45, a bill that he
said would make gun own-
ers pay a $50 fee and list
their guns starting in 2010.
Ward said the bill was "run-
ning under the radar" with
little public notice.
"I'm not questioning
your record," Ward said
to Boyd, "I'm question-
ing your knowledge of the
bill."
The Town Hall was
hosted by the Government
Affairs Committee of the
Jackson County Cham-
ber of Commerce and the
Jackson County Chamber
of Commerce.
The Concerned Ameri-
can Patriots of Jackson
County had another town
hall the Monday before
featuring State Rep. Brad
Drake, R-Eucheeanna,
and Elaine Thompson of
the CAP asked everyone
that planned to attend
Boyd's town hall to obey a


few rules:
"Be polite," she said.
"Don't try and talk over
other people. Be specific,
and back it up with facts.
"Don't get into a con-
frontation, and don't, get
into a shouting match."
The large contingent of
Patriots at the Boyd town
hall and almost everyone
else present followed those
rules, While Boyd was sub-
ject to tough questions,
and his answers didn't ap-
pear to satisfy everyone,
the meeting was civil.
"It was a very good fo-
rum," said Chamber ex-
ecitive Director Art Kim-
brough. He praised the
crowd for its courtesy, but
also noted that there were
"aggressive, direct ques-
tions and good interaction
on a range of ideas."
As part of that range of
ideas, Thompson present-
ed Boyd with "pink slips"
filled out by citizens "fir-
ing" Boyd as a congress-
man after the meeting.


"We can't count on a good Congress until you
are receiving the same benefits and liabilities as we are."

Homer Hurt, Sneads






Saturday, August 22, 2009


Local


YVashington County News I AS


Reunions

Baxley reunion
The annual Will
Baxley's reunion will be
held Sept. 5 at the home
of WT. Baxley's in Leonia.
Relatives and friends in-
vited. Take a favorite cov-
ered dish to share.

Finch family reunion
CHIPLEY - William Dal-
las Finch descendents
reunion is planned for
Sept. 5 in the Washington,
County Ag Center in Chi-
pley. Lunch will be served
at 12:30 p.m. Everyone
encouraged to arrive early
with a well-filled basket
and any photos and sto-
ries to share. For more
information, call Kenneth
Finch, 638-5307.

Noma community
reunion
NOMA - The annual
Noma community reunion
,is planned for Saturday,
Sept. 5 in the town hall
building. Doors will open
at 10 a.m. and lundh will be
served at noon.
All past and present
residents and their guests
are invited. Take a well-
filled basket to share and
tea, if that is your prefer-
ence. Soft drinks, ice, pa-
per plates, napkins and
eating utensils will be fur-
nished.
For more information,
call Ludine Riddle at 850-
974-8438

Yarbrough family
reunion
NEW HOPE - The annual
Yarbrough family reunion
will be held on Sept. 6
starting noon at the New
Hope Fire Department,
just off of State 2 in Hol-.
mes County. Family and
friends are invited to take
a covered dish to share.

USS Columbus
reunion
U.S.S. Columbus Vet-
erans Association is ex-
tending an invitation to all
Navy and Marine Corps
shipmates who served on
the USS Columbus CA-74/
CG-12 from 1944 through
1976 and the USS Colum-
bus (SSN-762) past and
present to attend a re-
union Sept. 30 - Oct. 3 at
the Holiday Inn Select in
Nashville, Tenn.
Contact Allen R. Hope,
3828 Hobson Road, Fort
Wayne, IN 46815-4505 or
call 1-260-486-2221 from
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. ET; Fax:
260-492-9771 or email
hope4391@comcast.net

Worthington family
reunion
The Worthington fam-
ily reunion is scheduled
for Oct. 10 at Hinson
Crossroads' Fire House.
A covered-dish meal will
be served at poon. Fam-
ily and friends are invited
to take a well-filled bas-
'ket to share. Call Johnny
Worthington at 535-0310..

BES staff reunion
BONIFAY - The Bonifay
Elementary School staff
reunion committee is try-
ing to locate the follow-
ing people: Kathi Spezia,
Diane Brown, Julianne
Dillinger, Sue Elze, Janis
Hunter, Barbara Lank and
Leonore Kerr.
Anyone with informa-
tion, address or telephone
number is asked to contact
Wanda Howell at 547-2828.


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CHIPLEY - The Chipley High School offensive line poses at Media Day Thursday. CHS,
Vernon, Holmes County, Cottondale and Graceville will be previewed in the special
Football Preview edition on Sept. 2.




Fifth annual food drive for senior citizens in need


During the month of August
Gentiva Home Health will col-
lect food and personal items in
Jackson, Washington, Holmes,
Calhoun and Liberty coun-
ties. All items collected will be
donated to senior citizens in
need.
The following items are


needed: Low-sodium soup,
crackers, sugar free snacks,
coffee, tea, cereal, instant oat-
meal and grits, juice, instant
mashed potatoes, rice, canned
meat, fruits and vegetables,
Ensure, adult diapers, adult
pads, cleaning supplies-vin-
egar, Clorox wipes, etc., paper


Counterfeit money

discovered in circulation


GRACEVILLE - The
Graceville Police Depart-
ment has been working
on several ongoing cas-
es involving counterfeit
money. They have recov-
ered counterfeit $10 and
$100 bills. The bills are
of very poor quality, and
are considerably smaller
than an original bill. The
ink will also run if the


bill becomes wet. Other
agencies have recovered
$5s and $20s.
All businesses are
encouraged to observe
each bill carefully. Any-
one with information
concerning the manu-
facture of counterfeit
money is asked to con-
tact their local law en-
forcement agency.


Chipley Kiwanis Club
Dinner Theater
%S The Chipley High School
. . , Summer Drama Club presents

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offering students K-5 extra help with
homework. Hourt are 2:30-5:30,
Monday-Friday. Transportation from
school provided by school bus.
For more information, call the
church office at 850-638-1134 or


towels, toilet paper and any
other non-perishable items.
Drop off sites include 2491
Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna and local senior citi-
zens offices. Deadline Aug. 27.
Fbr collection information,
call Christy Bloechl at 693-0760
or 850-526-1932.


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Harvest Festival Pageant

to be held Sept. 12
The 2009 Harvest Festival Pageant will
be held Saturday, Sept. 12, at 2 p.m. and
at 6:30 p.m. in the Graceville Civic Center.
The entry fee is $50 with all proceeds going
to Graceville Harvest Day celebrations.
This is an open pageant, sponsored by
the City of Graceville, and would be an
excellent opportunity for National Peanut
Festival (NPF) pageant participants as it
will be the final pageant prior to the NPF
event.
The younger categories start at 2 p.m.
and should arrive at the Civic Center no
later than 1:15 p.m.
Baby Miss, 0-12 months, should be
dressed in Sunday wear; Toddler Miss,
13-23 months, heirloom or Sunday attire;
Tiny Miss, 2-3 years, pageant wear; Future
Little Miss; 4-5 years, pageant wear; and
Little Miss, 6-7 years, pageant wear.
The following categories start at 6:30
p.m. All contestants must wear pageant
wear.
Petite Miss, 8-9 years; Miss Pre-Teen,
10-12 years; Jr. Miss, 13-14 years; Teen
Miss, 15-16 years; and Miss, 17-21 years.
Applications can be picked up at Bush
Paint and Supply, Graceville City Hall,
Graceville News, Carolyn's Fashiohs in
Chipley arid Forget Me Not Photography
in Bonifay.
Deadline for applications is Sept. 4 along
with the entry fee. Check should be made
payable to the City of Graceville.
Applications may be dropped by or
mailed to Bush Paint and Supply, Attn:
Teresa Bush, Pageant Director, 971 Sixth
Ave., Graceville, FL 32440. Applications
can be personally delivered by the Sept. 18
deadline.
Winners will receive a large trophy,
large crown and banner. Alternates and
participants Will receive trophies. Photo
packages will be available.
Admission at the door will be $4 for
adults. This applies to all individuals with
the exception of contestants. Admission is
free for children three and under.
For more information, call Teresa Bush
(day) 850-263-4744 or (night) 850-263-3072.
You can also call, Michelle Watkins, City of
Graceville, 850-263-3250.


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How about a chase for the consistent and the vtoous?


How about a chase for the consistent and the victorious?


Monte Dutton,
Freedom Newspapers
mdutton@gastongazette.com
BRISTOL, Tenn. - NASCAR
celebs have been honored
at the White House. Sat-
urday night's race is sold
out in advance. President
Obama says he wants to
come to a race and said
it was important that the
.(once) Big Three partici-
pate.
Things are looking up.
The Chase race is tight.
Two of the big winners,
Mark Martin and "Kyle
Busch, may not make it. If
they do, it should be seen
as a strength, not a flaw, of
the system. If two drivers
can combine to win seven
races, yet still not .stay
within 800 points of the
lead, why should they get a
shot at a championship?
I'm not proposing any
changes in the Chase,
other than my standard
position, which would be
to do away with it. I'm old-


fashioned. There doesn't
have to be an artificially
*razor-sharp title race to,
sustain my ,interest. I'd be
happier if the races them-
selves sustained my inter-
est more.
I mean, like, if it wasn't
my job.
If, in fact, under the cur-
rent job description of just
what comprises a NASCAR
champion, there are dual
considerations - winning
races and being consistent
(collecting points) - then
why not make mutual ex-
clusions?
If a guy who's won four
races can't make the Chase
because he's inconsistent,
why not also exclude con-
sistent drivers who can't
.win races? The Chase is
too big, not too small.
Keep the top 12. Just,
close the Chase to drivers
who also win races. Then
you'd have contenders who
truly belong.
The top 12 at present,
three races from the end


FREEDOM NEWSPAPERS
Dale Earnhardt Jr. has been a casualty of the Sprint Cup Series' generic cars.


of the Sprint Cup regular
season, includes four driv-
ers - Carl Edwards, Juan
Pablo Montoya, Ryan New-
Smad and Greg Biffle - who
haven't won yet.
How much do you think


it would increase the ten-
sion if those four knew they
were out if, they couldn't
take a checkered flag?
No one would be worried
about the quality of racing
at Bristol Motor Speedway


...or Atlanta in a couple
more weeks.. or Richmond
the week after that.
I'm against inviting
in every driver who has
won a race, by the way. It
wouldn't be wise to have


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Brad Keselowski, with a
win but only eight starts,
starting the Chase virtual-
ly tied with the full-timers.
So what if the Chase
is a field of eight? That'd
be better than what's go-
ing to happen now. What
if Clint Bowyer catches
Martin but doesn't win one
of these next three races.
That would reduce the
Chase to seven, and Bow-
yer could spend the rest
of the season shooting for
eighth place.
Martin has four victo-
ries. He's also 709 points
behind Stewart, which av-
*erages out 31 points a race.
Yet, if the Chase started
now, Martin would begin
with 'a 10-point edge over
Stewart. The 12th seed
would be the first seed.
The Chase ought to
consist of drivers who can
both win and stay out of
trouble.
One flaw is that NAS-
CAR doesn't really have
playoffs pimply because,
in playoffs, in each round,
somebody loses. Given the
unique nature of the sport,
itmakes perfect sense to
require a driver to win in
, order to get in.
Could this change hap-
pen? Nah. Makes too much
sense.

No luck at Michigan
The mastermind of
three consecutive Sprint
Cup championships, Chad
Knaus, ran his driver, Jim-
mie Johnson, out of gas in
both the races at Michigan
International Speedway
this year.
In both cases; John-
son's No. 48 Chevrolet was
utterly dominant. He led
279 of the 400 laps run in
the LifeLock 400 on June
14 and the Carfax 400 on
Sunday. Both times John-
son ran out of fuel with two
laps to go. The result was
22nd in June and 33rd in
August.
Johnson is the Road-
runner. Normally, his crew
chief isn't Wile E. Coyote.
Knaus conducted the two
Michigan races from the
pit box as if he were wait-
ing for a shipment from
Acme.
"We had the fastest car
by a bunch, and I hate it
for Jimmie and I hate it for
all my guys," said Knaus.
"We just really didn't have
a choice."
Sure, Johnson is going
to the Chase, and, sure,
that presumption makes
racing for points irrelevant
at this point in the season.
It wasn't, however, irrel-
evant in the earlier race.
It's one thing to go for the
win. It's quite another to
Throw one away.
"That's the way it goes,"
said Johnson. "We did all
we could. I did all I could
inside the car and really
felt like if the '83' (Brian
Vickers' winning Toyota)
could make it, we could
make it. Unfortunately, we
didn't"

Generic cars
Regardless of cause
and effect, it's' a .fair as-
sessment to note that Dale
Earnhardt Jr. has been
a casualty of the Sprint,
Cup Series' generic cars.
Maybe it's a coincidence,
but the advent of a new
car aggravated a career
slump and accompanied
Earnhardt's decline.
Earnhardt ruffled a few
NASCAR feathers by say-
ing the car - whether it
be of "tomorrow," 'a "next
generation". or generic
(personal preference) --
needs some work. It's not
altogether, sour grapes.
The driver with the most
victories in the design,
Kyle Busch, doesn't keep
his distaste for it a secret,
either.
Earnhardt and Busch
aren't alone. Most of their


peers want no part of the
debate, that is, on the re-
cord.
You may contact Monte
'Dutton at mdutton@gas-
tongazette.com.
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CLASSIFIED ADS. Classified ads are published in the Wednesday issues of the Washington County News, Holmes County Times-Advertiser; Weekly Advertiser and the Weekend Edition. Cost is $6.50 per
week for the first 20 words, plus 25 cents per word for each word over 20. -
Deadlines for insertion, correction or cancellation are Monday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekly Advertiser, Holmes County Times-Advertiser and Wednesday News; Thursday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekend
Edition. The News/Times-Advertiser will be responsible for errors in the first insertion only. Any errors after the first insertion are the responsibility of the customer. Credit will be given on the first insertion for errors
only for the portion of'the ad in which they occur. ADS WILL BE PUBLISHED ONLY AFTER PAYMENT RECEIVED. For your convenience, you may charge your classified ads to your Visa or Mastercard. MAILING ADDRESSES
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SI oo 1100 oo00. I oo I I x0o 1I oo 0 | | loo100,
set forth below. Kerry Adkison, RA. 2009, and entered in Case FEET TO THE INTER- proceeding should contact SURE SALE
All creditors of the dece- Post Office Box 669' No.672009 CA000121, of SECTION OF . THE the ADA Coordinator at NOTICE IS HEREBY
dent and other persons Chipley, FL 32428-0669 the Circuit Court of the SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF 1293 Jackson Avenue, GIVEN pursuant to an Or-
having claims or demands (850) 638-2643 14TH Judicial Circuit in WAY LINE OF COUNTY Chipley, FL 32428 or Tele- der or Final Judgment en-
against the decedent's es- Florida Bar No. 0843253 and for Washington ROAD #276 (CLAYTON phone Voice/TDD (904) tered in Case No.
NNOUNCEMENTS tate on whom a copy of Personal Representative: County, Florida, wherein ROAD) AND THE WEST- 763-9061. prior' to such 67-2008-CA-000377 of the
1100 - Legal Advertising this notice is required to SHARON VOSIKA JPMORGAN CHASE ERLY MAINTAINED RIGHT proceeding. Circuit Court of the 14TH
1110 - Classified Notices be served must file their 658 Rays Place BANK, N.A. is the Plaintiff OF WAY LINE OF GAINER Dated this 6 day of August, Judicial Circuit in and for
1120 - Public Notices/ claims with this court Chipley, FL 32428. and JODI K. CAUDLE; ROAD (COUNTY MAIN- 2009. WASHINGTON County,
Announcements WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 As published in the Wash- CARL S. REDISH, AS PER- TAINED); SAID POINT BE- Linda Hayes Cook Florida, wherein, DEUT-
1125 - Carpools & MONTHS AFTER THE ington County News Au- SONAL REPRESENTATIVE ING THE POINT OF BE- Clerk Of The Circuit Court SCHE BANK NATIONAL
- ideshaire TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- gust 22, 29, 2009. OF THE ESTATE OF GINNING; THENCE S 01 By: JC Rogers TRUST COMPANY, AS
1130 -Adoptions
1140 -HappyAds LOCATION OF THIS NO- DORRIS S. REDISH, AK/A DEG. 01' 08" W, ALONG Deputy Clerk TRUSTEE FOR IXIS
1150 - Personals TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER D.S. REDISH, A/K/A MAINTAINED RIGHT OF Submitted by: 2006-HE2, Plaintiff, and,
11ao- Lo st THE DATE OF SERVICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DORRIS SLATTER WAY LINE OF GAINER Law Office of Marshall C. RODRIGUEZ, ALVARO, et.
1170- Found OF A COPY OF THIS NO- OF THE 14T-H JUDICIAL REDISH; JAMES G. ROAD, 378.15 FEET; Watson al., are Defendants, I will
TICE ON THEM. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR CAULE; UNKNOWN TEN- THENCE N88 DEG..43'31" 1800 NW 49th Street, Suite sell to the highest bidder
All other creditors of the WASHINGTON COUNTY ANT (S) A/K/A ALEX GON- W, 518.64 FEET; THENCE 120 for cash at The Washing-
S 1100 decedent and other per- FLORIDA ZALEZ; JOHN DOE; JANE N 01 DEG. 01' 08" E, Fort Lauderdale, Florida ton County,Courthouse lo-
IN THE CI T C T sons having claims or de- VILDIVISION DOE AS UNKNOWN TEN- 378.15 FEET TO THE IN- 33309 cated at 1293 JACKSON
IN TH I IT OT mands against the dece- O 209 CA ANT (S) IN POSSESSION TERSECTION WITH THE Telephone: (954) 453-0365 AVENUE, SUITE 100
FOR WASHINGTON dent's estate must file their 00121 O THE SUBJECT PROP- SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF Facsimile: (954) 771-6052 CHIPLEY, FL 32428, at the
COUNTY FLODRIDA claims with. this court MO AN CHASE ERTY ae,defendants. Will WAY LINE OF COUNTY Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 hour of 11:00 a.m., on the
PROBATE DIVISION WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- NK, N.A., sell to the highest and best ROAD #276 (CLAYTON As published in the Wash- 5th day of October,.2009,
Case No. 67-09-PR037 TER THE DATE OF THE PBANK, N" bidder for cash at the AT ROAD); THENCE S 88 ington County News Au- the following described
FIRST PUBLICATION OF PlaintiffFRONT STEPS OF DEG. 43' 21" E, ALONG gust 15, 22, 2009. property:
In Re: Estae THIS NOTICE. JODI K AUD A COURTHOUSE at the THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT A PARCEL OF LAND IN
RAYMOND JOSEPH ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED REDSH AS ERSOAL Washington County Court-OF WAY LINE 518.64 -THE CITY OF CHIPLEY,
Deceased.KA, WITHIN THE TIME PERI- RESENTATIVE OF house in Chipley, Florida, FEET TO THE POINT BE- FLORIDA, BOUNDED BY
Deceased. ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- ESTATE OFD at 11:00 a.m. on the 9th GINNING. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BEGINNING AT A POINT
TION 733.702 OF THE THE ESTATE OF DORRIS day of September, 2009, ANY PERSON CLAIMING OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL ON THE EASTERN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS FLORIDA PROBATE CODE S REDDISH, AK/NA DS the following described AN INTEREST IN THE CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR BOUNDARY LINE OF LOT
The administration of he ILL BE FOREVER REDISH A/K/A DORRIS property as set forth in SURPLUS FROM THE WASHINGTON COUNTY, 1, BLOCK B, HAGERMAN
estate IiR JO- BARRED AL SLATER REDDISH; JAMES said Final Judgment, to SALE, IF ANY, OTHER. FLORIDA. ADDITION TO THE CITY
SEPH VOSIKA, deceased, NOTWITHSTANDING THE G. CAULE; UNKNOWN wit: THAN THE PROPERTY CASE No. OF CHIPLEY 265 1/2
whose date of death was TIME PERIODS SET TENANT COMMENCE AT NAIL IN OWNER AS OF THE DATE 67-2008-CA-000377 FEET SOUTH OF THE
July 17, 2009, is pending FORTH ABOVE, ANY GONZALEZ; IN POSSES- PAVEMENT MARKING OF THE LIS PENDENS DEUTSCHE BANK NA- NORTHEAST CORNER OF
in the Circuit Court for CLAIM FILED TWO (2) SION O TE UBJE THE NORTHEAST COR- MUST FILE A CLAIM TIONAL TRUST COM- SAID LOT AND RUNNING
Washington County, Flor- YEARS OR MORE AFTER PROPERTY, NER OF SECTION 5, WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER PANY AS TRUSTEE FOR THENCE SOUTH ALONG
Ida, Probate Division, the THE DECEDENT'S DATE Defendants. TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, THE SALE. IXIS 2006-HE2, THE EASTERN BOUND-
address of which is Post OFDEATH ISBARRED. RANGE 13 WEST, WASH- In accordance with the Plaintiff, ARY LINE OF SAID LOT A
Office Box 647, Chipley, The date of first publica- NOTICE OF FORECLO- INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- Americans with Disabilities vs. DISTANCE OF 105 FEET
FL 32428-0647. The tion of this notice is August SUN E SA EE IDA; THENCE N88 DEG. Act of 1990 (ADA), disa- ALVARO RODRIGUEZ, et. THENCE WEST 150 FEET,
names and addresses of 22,2009.TI prsnt to a Fn 33'36" W, ALONG NORTH bled persons who, be- al., THENCE NORTH 105
the personal representa- Attorney for Personal Rep- pursuantto a Final LINE OF SAID SECTION 5, cause of their disabilities, Defendants. FEET; THENCE EAST 150
tive and the personal rep- resentative: 20.64 TENCE FEET TO THE POINT OF
resentative's attorney are KERRY ADKISON datedthe 6 dayofAugust DEG. 01' 0 W, 53.74 nation to participate in this NOTICE OF FORECLO- BEGINNING, BEING' IN
C OEGO1�OW ;c


1100
AND A PART OF LOT 1,
BLOCK B, HAGERMAN
ADDITION TO THE CITY
OF CHIPLEY IN SECTION
33, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH,
RANGE 13 WEST, WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA.
Any person claiming an in-
terest in the surplus from
the sale, if any, other than
the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens
must file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
DATED this 17 day of Au-
gust, 2009.
LINDA COOK
Clerk Circuit Court
By: JC Rogers
Deputy Clerk
Submitted by: GREEN-
SPOON MARDER, P.A.,
TRADE CENTRE SOUTH,
SUITE 700
100 WEST CYPRESS
CREEK ROAD,
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL
33309
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a
reasonable accommoda-
tion to participate in this
proceeding should, no
later than seven (7) days
prior, contact the Clerk of
the Court's disability coor-
dinator at PO Box 826,
MARIANNA, FL 32447,
850-718-0026. If hearing or
voice g impaired, contact
(TDD) (800)955-8771 via
Florida Relay System.
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Au-
ist 22, 29, 2009.


1100 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE . NO.
2009 CA-000110
DIVISION:
BRANCH BANKING AND
TRUST COMPANY
Plaintiff,
v.
DWAYNE CLEIN; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF
DWAYNE CLEIN; SALLY
CLEIN; 'UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF SALLY
CLEIN, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given,
pursuant to Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure for
Plaintiff entered in this
cause, in the Circuit Court
of WASHINGTON County,
Florida, I will sell the prop-
erty situated in WASHING-
TON County, Florida de-
scribed as:
LOT 17, CYPRESS
CROSSING, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF'
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGES 46 AND
47, OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
and commonly known as:
Lot 17, Cypress Crossing,
Vernon, Florida 32462, at.
public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash,
at the front steps of the
Courthouse located at


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1293 Jackson Avenue, SESSED : Robert CONSULTANT ELIGIBIL- month. Afulldescriptionof
Chipley, FL 32428 at 11:00 Odimegwu ITY: It is a basic tenet of the data elements to be For Sale: Ducks, geese,
a.m., on September 10, the City's contracting pro- reported will be provided chickens and guineas. For
2009. Said property being In the gram that contracts are to you at a later date revi- Information 850-547-3129
ANY PERSON CLAIMING county of Washington, procured in a fair, open, slons to the contract, or Cell # 850-415-2998.
AN INTEREST IN THE State of Florida. Unless and competitive manner. ADVERTISEMENT _
SURPLUS FROM THE such certificated shall be By submitting a Letter of D .A T E S
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER redeemed according to Response, the Consultant August 15, 2009 August Game Chickens & cocks
THAN THE PROPERTY the law, the property de- certifies that they are In 22, for sale. $1.50 each.
OWNER AS OF THE DATE scribed shall be sold to the compliance with FDOT Di- RESPONSE DEADLINE: 850-415-6444.
OF THE LIS PENDENS highest bidder at the court- rective No. 375-030-006. August 31, 2009 at 2:00
MUST 'FILE A CLAIM house door on September This directive is available p.m. local time
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER 30,2009 at10:00AM, on FDOT's Web Site. In FINAL SELECTION: Sep- '" --"
THE SALE. Dated this 3 day of August, addition to the restrictions member 10, 2009 - 6:00
If you are a person with a 2009 identified in Directive No. p.m. local time - City Hall,
disability who needs any 375-030-006, please be 1442 Jackson Avenue,
accommodation in order LINDA HAYES COOK , advised of the following Chipley, FL
to participate in this pro- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT prohibition: A consultant Note: Any changes to
ceeding, you are entitled, COURT, firm or its affiliate who was these dates will be posted
at no cost to you, to the WASHINGTON COUNTY, the Designer or Engineer on the City ofChipley Web
provision of certain assis- FL of Record is precluded Site at McA
tance. Please contact BY: J C Rogers, from-bidding on the same www.cityofchipley.com
Clerk of the Court, P., Deputy Clerk project as the construction As published in the Wash- 3110- Antiuaes
Box 647, 201 W. Jackson contractor, or as a mem- ington -County News Au- 3120 -Arts & Crafts
Avenue, Chipley, Florida WARNING: THERE ARE ber of the construction gust 15, 22, 2009. 3130-Auctions
32428-0647, phone (850) UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- contractor's team . 3140- Baby Items
638-6285 within 2 working ERTY WHICH YOU OWN (subcontractor). . 3150 - Building Supplies
days of your receiptof this INWHICH YOU HAVE LE- FEDERAL DEBARMENT: | 1 o EDuis ent
notice; if you.are hearing GAL INTEREST. THE By submitting a Letter of 3170-Collectibles
or voice impaired, call PROPERTY WILL BE Response, the consultant COLOR SELL ! 3180- Computers
1-800-955-8771. SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- certifies that no principal I e t Ir.efl d Ad 3190- Electronics
ted th gst 6, 2009. NO bc hd p Get Your Classied Ad 3200 tFirewood
Dated this August 6, 2009 TION ON September 30, (Which includes officers, GetI InYourCa f Ad 3210- Frewoe Pass It On
LINDA HAYES COOK 2009 UNLESS THE BACK directors, or executives) is COOR. I - Furniture
Clerk of the Circuit Court TAXES ARE PAID. TO presently suspended, pro- I Call n fordetall 3230 - Garage/Yard ales
By: JC Rogers MAKE ARRANGEMENTS posed for debarment, de- andbe'notlcedl I 3240 - Guns
Deputy Clerk FOR .PAYMENT OR TO dared ineligible or volun- 02 3250 -GoodThings to Eat
As published in th Wash- RECEIVE FURTHER IN tarily excluded from partic- . 63 212 320 - HealthFitn
ington County News Au- FORMATION, CONTACT ipation on this transaction or 3270 - Jewlry/Clothing
�ui' m wvm FO ts 547-9414 3280- Machinery/
gust 15,22,2009. THE CLERK OF COURT by any Federal Depart- I -- ' 4 . .3280. - EqilMpmient
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. ment or Agency. 3290 - Medical'Equipment
OF THE FOURTEENTH BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- SELECTION, PROCE- 11 Tj j ij 3300 - Miscellaneous
JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND' SON AVE., SUITE 101, DURE: This project is cov- 3310 - Musical Instruments
FOR WASHINGTON CHIPLEY FLORIDA 32428, ered by the selection proc- 3320-Plants & Shrubs/
COUNTY, FLORIDA OR TELEPHONE (850) ess detailed in the Rule FOUND, Medium size 3330- Restaurant/Hotel
CASE NO. 67-09-CA-336 638-6008 EXT 224., Chapter 14-75, Florida Ad- male dog, mostly .black 3340 - Sporting Goods
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF: ministrative Code. Selec- w/blue collar. 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
1994 Chevrolet 1500 Pick AMOUNT TO REDEEM tion will be made directly Chipley/Wausau area.
Up, FOR August $1,487.95 from Letters of Response 850-726-0154.
V I ' N # for this project. After rank- Rescued Catahoula, Blue
1GCDC14Z2I.Z261386 AMOUNT TO REDEEM ing of the consultants, the Healer Mix, male, apprx 2 100
JONATHAN LEE SHEL- FOR September contract fee will be nego- yrs old, neutered, UTD on
TON $1,509.64 tiated in accordance with shots, make a great farm Wanted To Buy antiques,
Section 287.055, Florida dog. Call 850-638-4228 if collectibles, gold, silver,
NOTICEOF FORFEITURE IN USCURRENCYONLY Statutes. you would like to provide a dinnerare', collections
PROCEEDING No Pssonal Cheks Ac- Note: The final selection forever home. paintings, call Al Schmidt
TO ALL PERSONS WHO cepted. meeting date and time is 850-638-7304
CLAIM AN INTEREST IN Cashier'S Checks, Money provided in this advertise- .-- .
THE ABOVE-DESCRIBED Orders, and Western Un- ment. Any othefmeetings
PROPERTY, WHICH WAS ion are the only other al- will be noticed on the City ''
SEIZED ON OR ABOUT ternatives accepted; of Chipley Web Site. All
JULY 12, 2009, IN WASH- As published in the Wash- public meetings will be "
INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- ngton County News Au- held in the Council Cham- 3 20
IDA. gust 8,, August 15, August bers located in the Chipley - --
Said property isin thecus- 22, August 29, 2009 City Hall, 1442 Jackson Rose's Vintage
tody of the Washington Avenue Chipley, Florida PETS M L Cottage I
County Sheriff's Depart- Notice of Public Hearing to 32428. Changes tomeet- I CLOSINGAUGUST
ment. Any owner entity, Review School Board 3242g d s and es twl be I-P CLOSING AUGUST
bona fide lienholder or Policy5.302 Corporal Pun- ing dates and times will be 2100 - Pets I 29th , '
person in possession of ishment updated on the City of 2110-Pets: Free to 43-50% off, unique gifts.
person in possession of, ishmentChipley Web Site. In order Good Home I Thursday, Friday. Sat-
the property when seized Washington County Chipley b Site. In order212 - Pet Suppliesday da Sat I
hasthe rightto contestthe School District ty to ensure a fair, competi- 21 - Fam Anmals/ I urdayorbyappoint- I
hasForfeiture Complaint by f- he 2 Third Street - Chipley ive, and open process, Supplies en 850-547-3494, I
ing a Response iby fil- 652 Thd Street - Chipley28 once a project is adver- 2140 - Pets/Livestock 2074 N. Hry 79,.
Circuit Court within 20 Monday; September 14, tsed or Lettersof 2 R - memorials B - -
days of the publication of 2009 at 5:30 pm fiction, all communica-
this notice, with a copy of ; fixation, all communica-
the Response sent to Notice is hereby given that ions betwe ANNOUNCEM ENTS
Nancy D. O'Conner, Attor- on Monday, September firms and the City must be ANNOUNCEM ENT
ney for Washington 14, 2009 at 5:30 pm., the directed to Mr. Dan Miner, "
County Sheriff's Depart- Washington. County Assistant City Administra-
ment, 204 N. Harvey Ethe- School Board will review tor, 850-638-6350. -
ridge Street, Bonifay, Flor- school board policy 5.302 RESPONSEPROCEDURE: Advertise in Over 100
ida 32425. A Petition for.Fi- Corporal Punishment. Qualified consultants are
nal Order of Forfeiture has The purpose and specific enouraedtosubmit a Papers! One Call- One
been .filed In the legal authority under which letter of response, for Oachr
above-styled cause. School Board project in which they're Order - One Payment The
NANCY D. O'CONNER, Policies/Procedures are interested, to the Assistant Orde n
ESQ authorized, and a sum- City Administrator, at1442 Advertising Networks of
204 N. Harvey Etheridge mary, of the estimate of Jackson Avenue, Chipley, Ne or
Street economic impact of the Florida by the Response Florida -Put Us to work
Bonifay, Florida 32425 ". p r o p o s e d Deadline. Selectionwill be
(850) 547-7367 plicies/procedures on all made directly from Letters for You! (866)742-1373
Fla. BarNo.: 324231 affected persons, are of Response. Letters of Re-
Attorney for Washington given sponsee mi to five atinal-classifieds
County Sheriff's Purpose pages for this project. ww national-class
Department. The purpose of this public Letters of Responsenatinal-
As published in the hearing is to meet the re- should at a minimum, in- com, info@national-
Washington County News quirements of SB 1540 elude the following infor- classifieds.com
August 22, 29, 2009.. which mandates that mation:
school board policies re- a. Project Name/DOTFi-
LEGALAD lated to corporal punish- nancial Management Num-
Under Florida State Law ment (Washington County bar APARTM ENT
"Self-Storage Storage Fa- School , Board Policy b. Consultant's name and APARTM ENT
cility" Act 83.8309; Orange 5.302) be reviewed'every address *.
Hill Road Self Storage o- three (3) years. During the c. Proposed responsible FOR RENT
cated at 897 Orange Hill review process, the public office for consultant
Road, Chipley, FL will sell will have the opportunity to d. Contact person, phone
or dispose pf the contents give input into the current numberand Internet Email A 4bdr 3ba $217/mo!
of thp following units on corporal punishment pol- Address A 4bdr 3ba $217mo!
August 31, 20 startingat icy. . Statement rgarding HUD HOME! 3 bdr only
11:30 am. Tenant, prior to Legal Authority prequalification of con-ME!3bdr l
sale date and time may re- The Washington County suitant or proposed sub- Stop
deem units. Orange Hill SchoolBoardisauthorzed consultants n advertised $199/mo! Stop Renting!
Road Self Storage re- underChaper 1001.43of typeof work, 15 y @ 8%
serves the right to dispose the RFlorida K-20 Education f. Proposed key person- 5% dw, 15 yrs @ 8% apr
of the contents in any Code to-develop/revise nel and their proposed o Lisin s (-
manner necessary and re- policy and procedures. roles (do not include re- For Listings (800)366-
serves the right-to cancel Economic Impact sumes)
sale without notice and to The cost of promulgating g.. Subconsuitant(s)that 9783 ext 5669
accept or not accept any these revisions will be ap- may be used for the proj-
offers to purchase. Con- proximately$.15perdocu- act
tentsaredescribedbutnot ment. h. Indication as to
limited to household Individuals wishing to ob- whether theprime fir AUTO DONATIONS
goods,' furniture, boxes tain a copy of the current and/or subconsutants are
and -miscellaneous items corporal punishment may disadvantaged business
in the following units:. contact the Superintend- enterprises (DBE)
S#9 Harry Johnson went's Office at 652 Third The qualifications for pro- DONATE YOUR VEHICLE
Bonifay, FL. Street, Chipley, Florida. fessional Construction En:
#33 Harry Johnson As published in the gineering and Inspection RECEIVE $1000
Boifay, FL RECEIVE $1000
Bonifay, FL Washington County News Services will. be evaluated
#34 Harry Johnson August 12, 22, 2, usinthe following crie- GROCERY COUPON
Bonifay, FL- . September 9, 2009. ria:) 30 Points - Expri- EAST
#38 Harry Johnsons - xpe D
Bonifay, FL Notice to Professional ence with Federal and UNITED EAST
#25 Yajaira Tull Consultants State of Florida Grant
ChipJey, FL City of Chipley, Florida Funding Agencies, 2) 20 CANCER FOUNDATION
As published in the Wash- Points - management and
ington. County News Au- The City of Chipley, Flor- Staffig, 3) 20 Points- Ex- Free Mammograms,
gust 15, 22,2009. ida anticipates seeking parience with Florida Small
APPUCATON professional consultant Cities and Counties and Breast Cancer Info www.
NOTICE OF APPLCATION services for Construction other Governmental Agen-
FORTAXDEED Engineering inspection bn cies, 4) 30 Points - Famili-' ubcf.info FREE Towing,
given, the construction of side- arity with Sidewalk Installa-
Notice is.hreby given, walk on the west side of tion Tax Deductible, Non-
that. BM Wright the SR 77 (Section 61080) This project is funded
holder of the following car- from Washington Square through the American Re- Runners Accepted,
tificate, has filed said cur- Shopping Center (CMP cover and Reinvestment .
tificate for a Tax Deed to 24.841)to Harrel Square Act of 2009(ARRA). Sec- (888)468-5964.
be issued thereon. Th Shopping Center (CMP tions 120 and 1512 ofthe
certificate number and 25.013). The approximate American Recovery and
year of issuance, the de- length of the project is Reinvestment Act require�
scription of the property 0.172 miles. Considera- states to fulfill employment BUILDING SUPPLIES
and the names in which it fion will be given to only reporting obligations for
was assessed are as fol- those firms that are quali- each ARRA funded proj-
lows: fled pursuant to law and ect. The prime consultant .
CERTIFICATENO.' 1385 that have been prequali- on each ARRA;,proJect METAL ROOFING 40 yr
'YEAR OEISSUANCE 05 fled by the Flor~da Depart- shall.domplete an employ-
DESCRIPO OFPR OP- mentof Trnsp lon ment reorfor each Warranty-Buy direct from
ERPI: Parcel # (FDOT) in accordande with month from the date of the
042-0008arcel # Rule Chapter 14-75, Flor- Notice to Proceed until manufacturer 30/colors in
06I0342-0008da Administrative Code to completion of the contract
Lot 8, Bock342,of perform the indicated or September 2012, which- stock, wall accessories.
Lot 8, Block 342, of Sunny Type(s) of Work. ever occurs sooner. Con-
according toa h Major Work Type: 10.1 sultants are required to Quick turn around.
Response Deadliie; provide the necessary in-
thereof, asrecorded inP August 31, 2009 at 2:00 formation for their own Delivery available. Gulf
through 76,. of the Public P.m. local time workforce as well as the
crd6 of Wahi selection Date: workforce of all subcon- Coast SupInnlv & Mfg;
Records of Washington September 10, 2009 at sultans that are active ony & Mfg,
County, Flori CH A. 6:00 p.m. local time their ARRA funded , (888)393-0335 WWW.
NAME N WHICH AS- projects) for the reporting
GulfCoastSupply.com
Labor Day Holiday


(Monday, September 7) BUSINESS
Deadlines OPPORTUNITIES

Washington County Timnes A ASH VNDING! Do
Holmes County Times-Advertiser ALL CASH VENDING! Do
To Run: Due By: you earn $800 in a day?
Wednesday, September 9 Friday, September 4, 10:00 a.m.
(CS) 25 Local Machines and
The classified department and the business offices Candy $9,995. (888)629-
of The Washington County Times and Holmes County Times Advertiser
will beclosed Monday, September 7. 9968 B02000033 CALL
We will reopen Tuesday, September 8 at 8:00 a.m..


AUCTION OPRY:
Tuesday & Saturday, live
music before Auction.
Live-band Friday nite,
(family atmosphere) Hwy.
79, Esto. Maxle Yates Auc-
tion Company LLC
AU3017, AB2343.
850-263-7500,
Auction,
Sat., Sept., 12th.
8:00AM. Hwy 261 N.,
Campbeliton, FL.
2 Farm dispersals,
Contractor dispersal,
Estate sell out, city,
county, plus
consignments.
r al .:.'n 4u.:c'i-., ;. Ale
LLC e#6-l
e50 - ..'.l: -173 .:oflt..:e
85. 258.-65 ' Cr.an
850i.49 i''J - Geral
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WEEKLY
MISCELLANEOUS
AUCTION
323.J MaiSn i1 vernor FL
HUV 79 S:.uiri
SATURDAY NIGHTS 7RM.
Multi-Sellers. Selection
will vary from week to
weekill
CASH ONLY.
Bring Copy of Sales Tax
Certificate.
Michelle Roof
Michelle & HC"s
Auctions
FL AU3014 AB2224.
850-547-9140.


3150
'Steel Buildinge Big
I Discount . Available I
30x40-105x105 Call forI
Deal Erecllon Avail
Iwww scg-grp coml
ISo u rc # 1DL
850-391-0204



B&BFumiture 1342 North
RR Avenue, Chipley. We
pay cash for clean, quality
fumiture. 850-557-0211 or
850-415-6866. Ask for
Pasco or Carolyn
Nordic Track Elliptical
Machine. $600 firm. Large
rocking chair, $60. Large
computer desk & chair,
$50 each. 850-415-1152.


3230
August 22nd Saturday
only, 7am-lpm. Marion
Drive, Dogwood Lakes.
Tools, toys, books,
clothes, furniture, movies
and more. Look for signs.
Gigantic Garage Sale.
Furniture, appliances, bed-
ding, antiques. Sat., Aug.
22nd, 9-6. 4048 Pate Pond
Rd, Vernon, FL.
850-251-6608.
Multi-Family yard sale,
too many items to list.
Smith Crossroads Com-
munity Park, off Hwy. 79,
south of Esto, 8/21, 8/22,
Friday, Saturday, 7 until


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




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




Hayes Cleaning Service.
Professional cleaning, over
12years exp. Commercial,
residential/construction
cleans, punch list Working
all Panhandle area. Free
estimates. Call night or
day, 260-5382 or email;
Phayes740@hotmail.com.
American owned, oper-
ated.


US: W willnot b


US: We will not be
undersold!


CARS FOR SALE


'Acura Integra 98 $500!
Honda Civic 01 $550!
Nissan Altima 99 $500Q!
Toyota Corolla 02 $500!
Police Impounds! For
listings call (800)366-9813
ext 9275.


HELP WANTED


RV delivery drivers
needed, ,Deliver RVs,
boats and trucks for PAY!
Deliver to all 48 states and
CN. For details log on to
www.RVdeliveryjobs.com


PTL OTR Drivers. New
Pay Package! Great Miles!
Up to 46cpm. 12 months
experience required. No
felony or DUI past 5 years.
(877)740-6262. www.ptl-
inc.com


HOMES FOR RENT


A Bank Repo! 5bdr 3ba
$317/mo!3 brForeclosure!
$199/mo!! 5% dw, 15 yrs
@ 8% apr For Listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5853


HOMES FOR SALE


FORECLOSED HOME
AUCTION 500+ FLORIDA
Homes REDC I Free
Brochure www.Auction.
com RE No. CQ1031187


LOTS & ACREAGE


Owner Must Sell. 4+
acres- $57,300 Nice oak
trees, private access to
lake. All utilities in. Ready
to build when you are!
Financing avail. Call now
(866)352-2249. www.
fllandbargains.com


3230
Huge Sale: August 20, 21,
22, antiques, collectibles,
vcr & dvd movies, tools.
79N across from Express
Lane, 7 to?

a3250
K&L Farm, LLC.
I Green Peanuts for I
I Boiling. I
I1567.Piney Grove Rd,
Chipley.
I M-F; 8-6 Sat., 84:30 .
S 850-638-5002, I
S 850-260-5003,
850-527-3380.
mL m- k m -- m


Experienced Caregiver
for elderly, light housesitt-
ing and pet care available.
Violette Meadows.
850-547-2884



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



SOD & SEED on the farm,
delivered or installed. Cen-
tipede St. Augustine Ber-
muda.,West Florida.Turf
(850) 415-0385; 638-4860.
Established 1980



For Rent first in Chipley,
Mini Warehouses. If you
don't have the room, "We
Do" Lamar Townsend
(850)638-4539, north .of
Townsends.


1 3250


U-PICK GRAPES
1837 Flowing Well Rd, fol-
low signs on 177A out of
Bonifay or , call
850-547-2326, Klaus.Dittus


Self Storage Units for
rent. Many sizes. Price
range from $35 to $100.
Call 625-6882.



Bush Hogging, Disking,
food plots, gardens,
ditches, fix roads, move
dirty. Works only on Satur-
day & Sunday.
Truckload Sale: 18 yards,
dirt, clay, lime & rock. Site
& prep work. Driveways,
ponds, ect. Free esti-
mates. 850-814-9141.



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


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ONLINE from Home.
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*Paralegal, *Accounting,
*Criminal Justice. Job
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Computer available.
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AIRLINES ARE HIRING
- Train for high paying
Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved
program. Financial aid
if qualified - Housing
available. CALL Aviation
Institute of Maintenance
(888)349-5387.


REAL ESTATE


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ACRE WATERFRONT
only $34,900 DOCKABLE!
8/29/09 Save $10,000!
Wooded park- like setting
on one of Alabama's
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All amenities complete.
Boat to Gulf of Mexico.
Excellent Financing Call
now (866)952-5339 www.
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SERVICES


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MISDEMEANOR,
FELONY? Have them
expunged for $99.95, 30
to 60 days including DUI's.
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6173270 4100 6107 4100.170 �....170...... 7 50
For Sale: back to school ' - ml7stivI ' I Bldg Const/Skilled Trade 2BR/2BA MH, south of 3BR/2BA Mobile Home For Rent: 2 & 3 bed- br 2ba 1995 MH 6X76
Ch Coun For Rent: 2 & 3 bed-setting, Fi bag.; 3br, 2be, 1995 MH, 16X76,
clothing, brand new 1st II Chlpley. Country setting, CH/A. Free garbage, water room'mobile homes in Two 5 acres & One10ac- Fridge, stove, d/w, power
quality, Polo shirts, all I Conty Community Regional Roofing Con- No pets, smoke free envi- & sewer. 2 miles South of Bonfay Call res on Buddy Rd. One 10 e C Clean you
sizes & colors. $5. per, Council Inc I gtratorLoo kingLorers afew rTnment. $450amonth. Bonifay. Also, 2BR/2BA 850-5473462 atres & One 13 acres on move $19,500. 638-4228
shirt. 850-547-5244 accepting ood Laborers If inter TedWhdden, 685-2353. mobil home. Newtrailers. R Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
applications for an 850-541-4675. 2BR/2BA, Great Locaton. Mobile Homes in Cot- ing For more info call Mil-
Offoe Clerk '/Mile from Chipley Mc- Bethlehem area; tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- ton Peel @ 850-638-1858
forth Health care Donalds. 1st and last 2BR/1BA, with new washer las E. of ChIpley. 3br, 2ba,
3280 Admintrative Office. month's rent plus security & dryer, very clean. NO & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
S1 PRIMARYDUTIES: . I Massage Therapist posl- deposit. Smoke free envi- DOGS, CATS, SNAKES, elec. (850)-258-4868 or 7100
S LAdRRY CAGLE I Routineclerical duties; I tion available for fast grow- ronment, no pets. ALLIGATORS, BIRDS, 8 5 0 - 2 0. 9 - 8 8 4 7
S Ifyou need some housekeeping * ing business In Chipley Fl. $550/month. Call GOLD FISH O:K. $450. wWw.charloscountrylv-
S buy or sell. duties, Excellert Earings Poten- 638-4857. month, $200. deposit, ing.com For Sale or Lease option;
coist.equipment; I QUALIFICATIONS: I trial. Fax resume to 850-547-5195 new 2BR/1BA house with 7160
Dozers, Loaders, High Schooliploma 850-415-1987. 3BR/2BA 14X70 Mobile SmallMobile home, fur- attached garage. 1 acre, 7ECR.Elll.
Excavators, Forrestry. '(GED); 1-3 mo related home located in Chipley, iBoniy 3BR/2BA, nished, total electric, rear Hwy. 2, Holmes County, 1
I Contact I experience and/or Management FI., at 1105 South Blvd. 1$450.' mo. 2BR/1BA I deck, 2BR/1BA. Subject.to mile to Choctawatchee
I Icagle@cagleequlp- I I training; or'equIvalent I N Hiri Call 850-209-5696 or 425 mo. credit & background River, hunting/fishing. 5 Acres, Part wooded.
ment.com I I combination. o Now Hiring 850-209-1426. 80695 99 check. 410A Douglas $79,900. or $1,000. down 28x60 3BR/2BA Mobile
ll c11850 49-1432 M haveCunaent for ament at local 85012014. , -,6 - " - Ferry Rd. $395., $300. de- & $500. month. Home. 642 Moonseed Ln, 8130
drivers ilcenseand Subway 3BR/2BA MH for rent. eFL 32428. Phone;
proper venicle " For more info please CH/A. Call 541-3414 or For Rent. 3BR/2BA posit. No pets 850-956-2642 Chipley, FL 32428. Phone;erado
insurrc coverage.' call 850-638-9808. 638-9228. Trailer. Large yard. HUD. 850-547-4606 or 9:00a.m.-7:00p.m. Truck. Long wheel base,
Insucovrag. Chipley. Also 2BR/1BA 850-260-9075 low mileage, new battery,
3300 MuI comply y s ig Position in Chipley law' 3BR/1BA; 3/4 mile from House. Large lot, Cot- tires, carburetor. Sony
SScrap hauling backgroundscreenng firm for legal assistant. Fax Bonifay Elem School. On tondale. Call 638-7555, Transmitter Mobile Home Redced 50K. Stereo. Recovered seats.
done, references. For Sale For onal resume to 850-638-3409, Hwy 177A. Family oriented 547-2014. Park, on Transmitter Rd, in Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA $2,400. 638-4266.
done, refertijizenes. For Sale For ddiia mail to RO. Box 1129, park. Call 547-3746. Panama City 850-960-0619 like brand new, beautiful ForSale: 3BR/2BA mobile
organic fertiizer, $b3.,1a u:if;in ation;and Chipley, FI 32428 or drop Greenhead area. Circle J Mdbile Home Park, lot w/pond on 3 acres. home on 5 acres will sell
30ibs, wholesale by quaifiatinscall oat844 5th Street Chip- 3BR/2BA mobile home in 4BR/2BA. Mobile 'Home in Chipley, 850-691-9224 Only 45 mins. to Panama mobile home separatel 1997 Ford F-250 heavycassetteall
pointment, $7., 100/lbs. Snaron Kenl, I ley Chipley area. Quiet neigh- for rent. $600 per month, 921 N 2nd St.; & qraceville City Beach. Owner.mayfi- mob$60000. for bpth elyor duty, AM/FM, cassette, all
Leave message; Am-nilstrative Manager borhood. CH/A. water fur- $400 security deposit. Im- 5262 Alabama St. 2&3 /BR nance or give $10,000 $12 000 for mobile home C CC. er,t luwi ckagh;te
850-547-0224 . 850-5473689 . rsner, o pets $500 a mediate occupancy units for leni rlarling . casn Back 1,13.9080 650-5485843co
Ai ctHandy . .& morr, 850-638 1171 or 638-8220 Progressive Re- $350 per mo For Info ca l OBO 1314 346-3303 gooa collon .4.000
On Time Handyman & Applications maybe -258594 aly 850-691-92245063- 6
Lawn Services. obtained from any 850 636-
SENIOR' DISCOUNT. I Council office and I
Concrete, carpentry, paint- s submitted by f
ing, pressure washing, August 31. at 4 30 p.m.
land clearing, machine Successful applicant wiill
work, deep cleaning, addi- I 1e subject to e I aas EE
tional phone jacks. pre-employrent drug I mmercial
The most reasonable test 6110 - Apartments
i rates. i I EQUAL OPPORTUNY I 6120 - Beach Renialse A-l,
No job too small.. EMPLOYER AND I 13o - Condolnownhouse
Lic. & Ins. DRUG AND SMOKE 6140 - House Rentals
Reference available. FREE WORKPLACE. I 1 - Roommate Wanted
301- Years Experience. a. -. - - - -. - 6156 - Rooms for Rent
Ca On170 - Mobile HomeTLal
Call On e A imel Domestic s18a - Outol-*own Rentals
Free Estimate; a19 - Timeshre Rentals
hourly or by the job. il 200 EVacations Renasl
o850-373-70c3.Holmes Council.

Wanted, cash paid for an- is now accepting
tiques,Pglassware, collecti- applications for' I 6100
bles, gold, silver, tools Part-tmeHomemakers Executive Office Spare
some future, vcr & dvd for Monday- Fridays. for rent dolrtowa Cr pley
movies. We buy out gar- Atleast 20 hoursaweek All rii ir,:l8i d -618 t9iB8
age sales. Best prices! or could be asked to
1-850-547-5292 work more. Must haveN
____________ your own transportation
Wanted: Junk w anappl- and proof of vehicle 1 6110
ances, lawn'mowers, farm insurance. Will have to nIBR Apartment in Cnp-2
and garden equipment, travel, but travel will be lay Goo location lo
golf carts, satellites for re-embursed. peNTERE RAT 3846 M E; NO . - ..ICKS.
-. ree. I will pick up. Call Anyone interested For Ren HECKB h BOUT!!FA ."#
850-547-0088 " please call For Rent: Bright 2BR2BA " C......
850screaned porch apart. Mc _ . :
WANTED; Indian Arrow Aging @ 547-2345 and rTlen' Norpet Sm er. " .i".
Head Points. Please call speakto -3850.57p3494 or804-9
-850638-0718. Director Amber Wing. 850-532-2177
� FRONT DESK / RECEP- For Rent: One Bedroomn
TIONIST apanmntim '. $35 a
an grinlm no r $2.00 cldepo-st In.
3 10 F gromwng and ex- cluoss water garbage.
MUSIC LESSONS; Piano, pending ' seer 850-547-9340 0'
Guitar, Bass, Drums, Physical Therapy clinic g
Banjo, Mandolin, Violin,� located in Chipley, Florida
Flute. Covington Music, is currently taking :6'
We buy usedpmusical in o applicationsfor B 6130 I .
struments., Downtown FrontDesk/Receptionist. 2 br, 2 ba on Sunny H,5lls . i
Chpley. 850-68-5050l. Ifyouwouldlketoworkin Golf Course. n6ew camel.
a friendly work i 750irro + dep incls WISIG
L" environment that is truly & 4 m s ol god 773-3619 d t
dedicated to helping
people and you have. C
excellent phone skills, a
C pleasant, outgoing 6140
personality and veErygood 3BR 1BA New Homve n MI
organizing skills, then Sur ny Hils $750rno +,
please contact us to see if depos, 625-6882 A
LARGEST you qualify to work with us,
Experience in dealing with 3BR/1BA Gracevlnle Re- .o,
CONCERT people is a plus and allt e ,'O Large yar r Nw
TO HIT applicants'must have a s ,,i, , ircrl pPi301 oenh
verifiable history of being s iorage omu, cng ,rnyl
CHIPLEY able to get things done. o , f A.,C r'
CONCERT>>� Coming Please fax Resume smonn 850-691-83
to Chipley Florida, August 954-862-5917.. For Rent: 2BR/1BA house tanAil'priles ancdilcounts after any factory rebate, factory to dealer'case plus tax & tag. Subject to presale. 0% for 60 mos. on Camrys,'Tier 1,
22nd....Featuring " My in Caryville. $400 per . "V', - '
We,'," , . ,. r o'e .r S.E..T. Financc,'vWtt oAppreved r&dbt.
Own Sin" and "'During the Management rrnorm rent. $400 damrrage r.. Finance th Approved Credit
Drought"....concert starts deposit No Pets S.ales D a
at 7 pm. to 10 Hardees 8503733193 Ve travagaa. e een great
pm....Advanced tickets islooking forexper- Fo Rent: house
$10.00 and $15.00 at he enced managers in the For Rent: 3R1A hous
1. an .in Noma, central fi/A,
gate....all age concert...At followinglocatiorns: 0 C V4 AC0 N6I
Taboo Ink Tattoo.....vist us Bonifay, Chattahoo- smoke free, pet friendly
at'myspace.com/tabooink chee. Graceville, Cot- (outside). 1st month and S
or www.tabooink.orgt for tondade, Chipley, and security deposit. Calla
more information Youngstown. 850-862-1034
We offer competitive For Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom SPU
salaries and,benefts. 'houses & mobile Homes.
, . ' ''. Fri more.Information Deposit required, no pets. H
Please contact Bonifay 850-547-5007
tKatt Holt Lovely 1 BedrooP m home.
i ;850-547_07_ 111Large yard, deck, storage 0 CO R D4 D1 077 H4
e/se D building, Frontline dogs
nSeus sne Dev o:k. Near Boniffay, $600.
S TieAdvr peremonth. 1st, last &Nse-
4100 Help wanted ert ii curl.Call802-496-774
130 - Empl tioyment I Nice Clean Houses,.apart-
I Se s mentsa and mobile homes
for rent, near 1-10 & Hwy
I Washington i 79 850.547.2531
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Ad-inistrative Holmes County I Publisher's *
SI ies-Advertiser Notice
W a 'n t e F .d
Secretary/Receptionist, Do you want a career ii llsisr.11 aieearg ,r O T a omaa
Medical billing preferred Iwhere you carn make a I r irs,- .. :r, ur Ai ~ali. r n nto
neededforDoctor's office . difference? Are you a int,. F3..n, r,~ aS iPE: S Una LU
Salary competitive. Cal l otvled saes assocli ,Ta&A ,i ,E.E' iD T!n-e'
547-4771 or apply at 812S ateI If you ansrwetecl '', .. n:,
ship' and- i communCca7Z .r
tot Fnrees om We want. nar,-,,Cmk $ rr,, $Cll.9,u2 ,9
Bkg. ora yOu( Freedom war, m ",jllT,',r . :,,l �, .rj~e,'.. MORE TO CHOOSE FROM I .
Banking/RMortgage Muli-medla I i,,r, I rr j r, .,j, pr5it
CommunitySouth n Advarltsng Account Ex-l eir, I.mi.ior, oa iiG
Credit Unlo ecutives. You alil fae e1 m'si 'irii SlLE T O
Ain chelo y , is tne opponun6y 4to ion a' ... i .' . kl n
seeking an experienced loynamlc and energellcl ii r ir ED
candidate for the , ssies program ar'd, i O a'c ,,ie' l E H2"5 . 7 Ye. -a r00 00-1 Mile * YO . . 5.60 PO Point Quality
positionof channel your initiallve .RurA, Liurh,,'d Ww-i nnye* -, saurancM n apcGHon 4-RJ NNERS
innovation. ano com- I .uriA.rJ7 O SiUcnS o er, ". AMR
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possess great leader- You wil touch on all me. I ,.: ,, ,,I: . .'l,,.,-, ,1 it,
ship and communica- die pleforms al Free.- ii.,ur,,md c.l , i d.,�irK,,,,
tion skills to succeed in uona selling aI Ir. ..iw.,,,p3
: this institution where Ionline ads Leverage I ,,- , ,a , ,"
honesty, integrity and your creati.lty as you1 :,l'.Crlu,'.rr b,til; T,:.-,:vT,
personal character p3rtrer w,lh customers ri..h- .',i .jiillxhi Ir,iTh,,,1 ..ii
make the difference. .,crea ut -, i iv, , - r,
Excellent technical and muitiredia solutions. I �i,,, r "- rrIs
interpersonal skills and using our exciting and i I" I., ,ui'Uti,-,l h'ilr
the ability to work in a overgrowing porlfoilo of r,,... ,,, .
team environment are a' e n p u
.must. ,. Your success In, rh's role I
Responelbllitles could set you up 1o pur- -
I'uSue a varietl of career I ,. ..
Strategic planning, f. I-Pathl Our organza-
nancial reporting, ac- I tIon or througnout our I
counting, budgeting parent cornpany. Flee-
forcasnting, assgetis, I dom Cbmmunications, I
itymanagement, invest- Inac. (FI), one of the 6170p
ments, product pricing owdied media compa- for rent near Chipley.
and financial planning. Inies8
ABachelor's 850-638-4689,


required and a mini- Send resume to 2br'lbA I.1obile Home For MORE TO CHOOSE FROMI
mum of five years expe- I :nbarefield@ I Renr Quet Fari ,lyPar,6 No
rience in a management
role in finance oramc- I chlpleypaper.com I pe-r .-3(r mrn-in Fius De. All Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Factory To Dealer Cash Incentives. Plus Tax and Tag Subject to Presale.
counting preferred. I or pick up pop o 547 4232
Please submitresume an application at 2B2B 7MH r Remember, f Y
and cover letter by re rI rToal elertP ic H n RbIO
Sept 9th to rW. ,vu___ . Bos'e r Pond Ri 500 T
HR@pommunitysouth I 1364 N. Railroad Ave. aI m.:.nir, 'i3*j'.lpoj. Call T t ome 0T
.net and reference VP, Chlpley, Florida ,38-51462
Finance and Account- For more Information , JUt Gi U
ing. If you have any I or to apply online,'vlsit I 2BR'2BA M.H. 0wrlI:.n \ 29FLUs, Just Give Us
questions you may Io www.freedom.com '.'im fl I d 2961 Penn. Ave., M arianna, FL
email the above ad- See "Careens" pc 1-: ri colin 800 23 8002
Albrtton at I Equal Opportunity I BR Mobile Home 5 525 1 800-423-8002
850-638-8376. Employer- o li'ca"l, in Crpipley .N Check us out at: www.m ariannatoyota.com
Web 34047156 Drug-free Workplace F A.5 63c z- ... .
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