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Junior
Women's Club
Lassos and Hairbows
sale coming up
A3


'Big Sam'
Event honors
Sam Mitchell
A3


Native dies
The life of William
Daniel Hartzog
A4
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Ten arrested in two-state meth ring bust
Ten, s.... t ,*t


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY - The form of.meth-
amphetamine known as "ice" is
becoming increasingly well known
to law enforcement. Manufactured
at "super labs" in Mexico, ice is


pure and clear in appearance and
is considered even more potent
that regular meth,
Ten suspects, including a Mex-
ican rational in the country ille-
gally, were arrested this week by
local and state law enforcement
for possession and trafficking in
ice and other charges. The arrests


were announced Thursday morn-
ing at a news conference hosted
by Holmes County Sheriff Tim
Brown.
Ice is' smuggled in from Mexico
and distributed by drug cartels
out of cities like Atlanta, and then
to local distributors. In this case,
the cartel connection was Jose,


M. Lopez of Slocomb, Ala. Lopez
used two others as distributors
and they in turn sold to others that
made sales to local users. -
Holmes County Sheriff Tim
Brown said the investigation be-
gan with an arrest several months
See BUST A5


Crystal

Village: Fix

our roads

CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY - Chairman of the
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners Bill How-
ell advocated for the residents of
Crystal Village that all roads in
that area need to get maintenance
and get it soon. Howell made
these remarks during the regu-
larly scheduled BOCC meeting on
,August 27.
'All these people pay taxes just
like every resident of Washing-
ton County and their roads are
in serious need of maintenance,"-
said Howell. "The Board needs to
make a decision on'whither or not
we're going to take and maintain
these roads."
The 'Board agreed to'table the
idea for further review and discus-
sion at the next scheduled Board
meeting.
The Board reviewed a request
from Ebro fo,' a surplus vehicle
and approved of sending them a
'97 Chevy S10 pick-up they had
purchased from the Department
, of Transportation's surplus in
2003.
County Engineer Cliff Knauer
gave his review of the county proj-
ects progress, which included the
completion of St. Mary's Bridge.
"We've had the bridge inspected
and it's open and ready to be used,"
See ROADS A5


Traffic stopleads to two arrests and seizure of drugs


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JAY FELSBERG
SManaging Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY - The Chipley
Police Department and the
Washington County Sher-,
iff's Office worked together'
Wednesday evening, leading
'to two arrests and seizure
of a methamphetamine lab
using the "shake and bake"
method.
On Wednesday, August


26, officers.
with the Chi-
:pley Police
Department
pulled over
a vehicle .
driven. by'
Michelle '
Robin Ad MICHELE
anis. '37, who MICHEL
was wanted' ADAMS
on fraud
charges. During the course
of the investigation, consent


was give
to .search
Adams' resi-
dence.
I nvesti-
gators with
the Wash-
ingtonr Coun-
ty Sheriff's
MACK Office were"
CHESNUT contacted to
search the.
residence at 963 Nearing
Hills Road, located outside


the city limits in Washington
County.
Search of the residence
revealed a: methamphet-
amine lab, listed chemicals-
and narcotic equipment
used in the manufactur-
ing of methamphetamines.
Including equipment used
to produce methamphet-
amines with the qricker
and extremely dangerous
--shake and bake" method.
At the residence, Mack


Arthur Chesnut, 42, was tak-
en into custody and charged
with possession of meth-
amphetamines with intent
to sell/distribute, manufac-
turing methamphetamines
within 1,000 feet of a school,,
and possession of listed
chemicals.
"This is an excellent ex-
ample of a collaborative law
enforcement effort that has


See DRUGS A5


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KIWANIS ENJOY INNER THEATER


. JAY FELSBERG I Washington County News
Chipley Kiwanis Club"hosted its annual dinner theater Thursday night at the
Washington County Ag Center. Gbests enjoyed a ham dinner and were entertained
by the Chi�ey, High School Summer Drama Club's presentation of 'Madness and
Mayhem." Here. a struggling filrihdirector.tries to use her less-than-talented class to
do a mystery:.The attempt to use'superheioes as' the cast includes Batman providing
EMS services. More coverage online at chipleypaper.com






A2 1, Washington County News


Local


Saturday, August 29,' 2009


Changes made to Farm Storage Facility Loan program


GAINESVILLE - Debby Folsom,
acting state executive director of
USDAs Farm Service Agency in
Florida, announced recently that
changes to the Farm Storage Fa-
cility Loan (FSFL) program have
been implemented in accordance
with the 2008 Farm Bill. The USDA
Farm Service Agency (FSA) ad-
ministers FSFL on behalf of the
S USDA Commodity Credit Corpo-
ration (CCC).
"This program helps to ensure
that producers have adequate
- capacity to store their harvested
production until they sell it on
the open market," Folsom said.
"USDA is committed to providing
the'necessary resources to keep,
Producers financially solvent be-.
fore, during and after each crop
year."
The- FSFL Program provides
S low-interest financing for'pro-
'ducers of eligible commodities to
build or upgrade farm storage and.
handling facilities. The maximum


principal amount of a loan through
FSFL is $500,000. Participants are
required to provide a down pay-
ment of 15 percent, with CCC pro-
viding a loan for the remaining 85
percent of the net cost of the eli-
gible storage facility and perma-
nent drying and handling equip,
ment. Loan terms of seven, 10 or
12 years are available depending
on the amount of the loan. Inter-
est rates for each term rate may
be different ,and are based on the
rate that CCC borrows from the
Treasury Department.
Payments are available in the
form of a partial disbursement and
the remaining final disbursement.
The partial disbursement will be
available after a portion ,of the
construction has been completed.
The final fund disbursement will
be made when all construction is
completed. The maximum amount
of the partial disbursement will be
50 percent of the projected and
approved total loan amount.


Applications for FSFL must be
submitted to the FSA county of-
fice that maintains the farm's re-
i cords. An FSFL must be approved
before any site preparation or
construction can begin.
The following commodities are
eligible for farm storage facility
loans:
* Corn, grain sorghum, rice,
soybeans, oats, peanuts, wheat,
barley or minor oilseeds harvest-
ed as whole grain
SCorn, grain sorghum, wheat,
oats or barley harvested as other-
than-whole grain
*Pulse crops - lentils, small
chickpeas and dry peas
*Hay
*Renewable biomass
*Fruits (including nuts) and
vegetables - cold storage facili-
ties
For more information about
FSFL or another FSA price sup-
port program, visit your FSA
county office or www.fsa.usda.gov.


Producers may request environmental evaluation


The 2008 Farm Bill reautho-
rized the Farm Service Agen-
cy's (FSA) Farm Storage Facil-
ity Loan Program (FSFL). The
program provides low-interest'
financing for producers to build
or upgrade farm storage and
handlingfacilities.
To expedite the FSFL ap-
proval process, producers plan-
ning to submit an FSFL applica-
tion to FSA may request an en-
vironmental evaluation of their
proposed project at their county
FSA office.
To comply with the provi-
sions of the National Environ-
mental Policy Act (NEPA), FSA
must evaluate the potential im-
pacts the proposed structure
could have on the environment
for FSFL applications. An FSA-
850 form must be completed
for each FSFL application be-
fore the application can be ap-


proved.
Producers requesting an en-
vironmental compliance deter-
mination are advised that the
FSFL application must be sub-
mitted and approved before site
preparation and construction
can begin on the facility.
Applicants will be required
to identify the type of structure
they wish to construct and the
proposed site by marking the lo-
cation on an aerial photo.
County offices will not accept
requests to complete FSA-850
via telephone.
If a producer is unable to
visit the office, the request must
be submitted in writing and in-
clude the necessary informa-
tion to complete FSA-850.
More information about ini-
tiating a Farm Storage Facility
Loan is available at FSA county
offices.


. News BRIEFS


SFirst Baptist
5th Sunday Sing
First Baptist of Wausau
-will hold a Fifth Sunday
Sing on Aug. 30, with Shane
Obert as guest speaker.
Service starts at 6 p.m.,
Call 726-6541 for more in-.
formation.

After School
Homework Center
CHIPLEY - New Life Fel-
lowship church is offering
after-school homework
help to students in 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.

New Mural in Town
CHIPLEY - There's a new
mural in town and at the
Washington County Rehab
on Usery Road in Chipley.
There will be a reception on
Monday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m. to
meet the Tallahassee artist
and view the new work.

Break-in
results in arrest
MARIANNA - Accord-
ing to a Jackson County
Sheriff's Office press re-


lease, a 911 call Was re-
ceived at 8:20 p.m. Aug. 26
from a residence east of
State Road 71 in Mariana.
The caller reported that an
unknown white male force-
fully entered the residence
by breaking out a window-
pane in the rear door. The
man was later identified at
William Tony McCroan.
According to the sher-
iff's office, as McCroan
was breaking in, the owner
hid in another room, and
McCroan walked through
the residence yelling at the
owner, whom he could not
find. The owner observed
McCroan with a kiife in
his haiJl and watched him
take items belonging to the


owner and put them it in
his pocket.
As McCroan left through
the front door, he was met
by deputies. He was arrest-
ed without further incident,
charged with home inva-
sion robbery and booked.
into the Jackson County
Correctional Facility to
await first appearance.

Drug arrest made
in Jackson County
MARIANNA - The Jack-
son County Drug Task
Force concluded an ongo-
ing two-month investiga-
tion into the cultivation of
marijuana in the Grand
Ridge area on Aug. 26.
According to a press re-
lease from the sheriff's of-
fice, Carlos Dell Harris of
Grand Ridge was arrested
on cultivation of marijuana
after investigators raided
his growing operation.
Investigators seized ap-
proximately 40 plantsworth
approximately $38,000 at
maturity.
Harris was.taken to the
Jackson County Correc-
tional Facility to await first
appearance.


Planning
Commission to meet
CHIPLEY - The Washing-
ton CountyPlanningDepart-
ment will hold a Planning
Commission meeting Sept.
1 at 5 p.m. in the County
Annex meeting room, 1331
South Blvd. in Chipley.
.On the agenda:
*Variance to establish
legal building lots at 33093-
A Pate Pond Road - Max-
ine Johnson Radford.
*Variance to waive pav-
ing requirements for a
proposed development;
Middle landing subdivision
on Wages Pond Road.
*Workshop on EAR-
based amendments and
revision to the Compre-
hensive Plan. Both EAR
and the current Compre-
hensive plan are available
at www.washingtonfl.com/
planning.
The next BOCC meet-
ing for public hearings
is scheduled for Sept.-24
at 1 p.m. The next Plan-
ning Commission meeting
is scheduled for Oct. 6 at
5 p.m.
For more information,
call the Washington County


Planning Department at
415-5093.

Washington County
TDC to meet
CHIPLEY - The Washing-
ton County Tourist Devel-
opment Council will hold
its monthly meeting on
Monday, Aug. 31, at 5 .p.m.
in the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
boardroom.

Extension Farm
Field Day
MILTON - The University
of Florida West Florida Re-
search & Education Center
in Milton will host its 2009
Extension Farm Field Day
on Thursday, Aug. 27. Reg-
istration begins at 8 a.m.
CT. This field day is free to
the public, but pre-registra-
tion is encouraged. Contact
Robin Vickers at 850-983-
5216, ext. 113, or rvickers@
ufl.edu.
Registration on Aug. 27
begins at 8 a.m.; research
tour begins at 8:30, followed
by a 12:30 p.m. catered lunch.
CCA and CEU Credits
Available.


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'Big Sam' to be honored


MARIANNA - Legendary
leader "Big Sam" Mitchell
will be honored at a cer-
emony, dinner and dance
celebrating his life on Aug.
29 at the National Guard
Armory in. Marianna,
hosted by "Friends of Sam
Mitchell" and sponsored
by the Chipola Apprecia-
tion Club.
A social hour begins at 6
p.m., followed by dinner at
7 p.m. Entertainment will
begin at 8 p.m., featuring
the world-famous Embers,
the Raleigh, N.C., band re-
nowned for its exciting ren-
ditions of nostalgic "beach
music." Also appearing will
be a 1960s era band, the
Villagers, which includes
several Chipola alumni.
The event will honor
the former Florida legisla-
tor's legacy while raising
funds to create a perpetual
-scholarship in his .name
at Chipola College, where
he played on the college's
first football and basketball
tepm- ; 1Q4'7


championship in 1957. He
was chosen basketball
coach of the year in 1957
and football coach of the
year in 1961.
Mitchell was appointed
principal of Vernon High
School in 1967 and served
until 1977. He was elected
to the Board of Directors
of the Florida High School
Activities Association
from 1968-75 and served
as vice-president from
1 /5-7J7


Lteamsmu 111 "iL . . , .i .
"Big Sam" developed, Mitchell was elected by
a larger than life 'persona the people of this area to
during his 40-year career serve in the Florida legis-
as a coach, principal and lature. He served for more
father figure to thousands than 20 years, receiving
of children in Vernon and many legislative awards.
Washington County. He completed his term as
He began his coach- speaker pro-tempore dur-
ing career at Campbellton ing the 1988-90 sessions.
High School in 1952, where At the time of his retire-
he had a 24-2 record in his ment, Mitchell was one of
first season. the longest serving and
He was called to ser- most respected members
vice in the United States, in the history of the Florida
Army, and upon returning legislature. Former Rep.
home from military duty, Robert Trammell, who
Mitchell established him- served alongside Mitchell
self at Vernon High School, in the Florida House, said,
where he compiled an "Big Sam was very proud
overall career record as a of his rural beginnings. He
basketball coach of 396-59. never forgot who he was or
As a football coach, Mitch- where he came from. Even
ell compiled an impressive though he was one of the
record of 113 wins and only most powerful and influ-
17 losses. Mitchell's bas- ential leaders in the state
ketball team won the state of Florida, he always pre-


ferred the simple things in
life and was always a friend
to the little man."
After retiring in 1994,
he worked with the Florida
Lakes Department.
Mitchell was born Aug.
2, 1929, in Chipley. He mar-
ried Nellie Hehders on
Sept. 4, 1951, and they had
two children, Brenda and
Sammie Jean. After re-
,tirement, he settled down
in Vernon, where he ran a
small seafood business as
a hobby, which allowed him
to make new friends un-
til his death in November
2003.
. The event will celebrate
Mitchell's life and contri-
butions to the people of
this area, while helping to
endow a scholarship in his
memory at the school that
gave him his start. Chipola
President Dr. Gene Prough
said, "Sam loved Chipola,
and he gave the college
credit for providing him
the opportunity to earn an
education. I know that Sam
would be proud that we are
establishing this scholar-
ship in his name to ensure
that other people have the
same opportunity that he
had."
For more information,
call Lillie Hamil at 850-718-
2375.


News BRIEFS


Washington County
Senior Day
Washington County
Council on Aging is
coordinating the second
annual Washington
County Senior Day.
Seniors from throughout
Washington County are
invited to celebrate at
Shivers Park in Chipley.
On.Oct. 6, businesses
throughout Washington
County are coming
together to make this
day special for our
seniors. There will be a
variety of entertainment,
i.e., dancing, music, free
food, games, door prizes,
etc.
Donations will be
greatly appreciated
for Washington County
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: Washington County
Council on Aging Inc.
Washington County
.Council on Aging Inc.
1348 South Boulevard
Chipley, Fl 32428
850-638-6216 or 850-
638-6217
E-mail: wccoa@
bellsouth.net.


Mail scam in
Jackson County
MARIANNA - Jackson
County Sheriff's Office
warns of a mail scam
being conducted
through the mail.


A letter is received
via U.S. Mail informing
the recipient that they
have won a substantial
amount of money,
such as $150,000.
Accompanying the letter
is a check for a smaller
amount with instructions
to cash the check and
return a large portion
to pay taxes on the
winnings. There might
even be a phone number
to call.
The check received
with the letter is
counterfeit and has no
value. Do not cash this
check.
Remember, if it
sounds or appears to be
too good to be true, it
is; Anyone who receives
anything in the mail
or by telephone that
seems suspicious should
contact his or her local
sheriff's office or police
department.


Fall Lassos and
Hairbows sale
CHIPLEY - The Junior
Woman's Club of Chipley
will host its annual.Fall
Lassos and Hairbows
sale on Saturday, Sept.
12, from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. at the Washington
County Agricultural .
Center on Highway 90


in Chipley.
Local moms and dads
can sell their kids' gently
used clothes, toys, shoes,
bedding and books more
quickly and easily. Get
great deals on these
quality used items.
New this year: Bring
in 10 non-perishable food
items and get into the
Early Bird Presale on
Friday, Sept. 11, at 6 p.m.
All food will be donated
to local food pantries,
and any unwanted,
unsold clothes and toys
left from the sale will be
donated to local shelters.
For more information
or to download a seller's
packet, visit the Web site
at www.chipleyjuniors,
com or call 638-4555.


Renew tags early
CHIPLEY - Tag and
title fees will increase
by more than 50 percent
Sept. 1.
Anyone with birthdays
in 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.


Inspection CHECKPOINTS


Florida Highway Patrol will con-
duct driver's license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints during the
month of September on the roadways
listed below in Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger present-
ed to the public by defective vehicle
equipment, troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles being operat-


ed with defects, such as bad brakes,
worn tires and defective lighting
equipment. 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


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checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equipment
and driver's license laws of Flori-
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all motorists.


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Holmes County native William Daniel Hartzog dies


"Follow peace with
all men, and holiness,
without which no man
shall see the Lord,"
SHebrews 12:14, was the
favorite verse of William
Daniel Hartzog, born
SJan. 31, 1916, in Esto, and
who died
peacefully
" . in his
. . -''-.-. Clermont
home on
Aug. 11,
'w 2009.
SEWilliam
PERRYS was the
PRATTLE oldest
Perry Wells child born
child born
to John Daniel Hartzog
and his second wife,
S Mattie Watford Hartzog.
S William's Papa came,
to Holmes County in
the early 1900s from
Barbour County, Ala.
S Daniel acquired 160
Acres south of Esto,
property bordering the
present Highway 79. His
first wife, Hester Ann
Woodham, and three
S young daughters, Lillie,
Catherine and Pauline,
comprised the small
family. (In later years,
Lillie Belle married
SVester Myers, Catherine
Married Troy Warren, and
Pauline married Herbert
-Lucas.)
Daniel first built a
small log house, which
is still standing. When
asked why he was
building in such a remote
Area, the Alabamian
replied: "because when
I hear a rooster crow, I
want to know that it's my
rooster!"
He later built a bigger
home on the property
for his growing family.
Lula Mae and J.B. were
born, but Lula Mae died
in infancy the same
day J.B. was born. J.B.
married Vera Carswell,
the sister of noted writer
and author, E.W. "Judge"
Carswell.
The Hartzogs soon
became acquainted with
Mattie Watford Knight,
,who had one child, Bera.
Later, when Hester
became terminally ill,
she is reported to have
appealed to both Mattie
and Daniel to marry after
her own death.
This'marriage did
occur, and the family
prospered, with William.
Daniel being the first


baby to arrive. Others
followed: Sammie,
Willene, Marvin, John
Junior and Betty Jean.
Marvin,'now living in
Winter Garden, is the last
survivor.
Daniel had the
reputation as a hard
worker who provided well
for his large family. He
is remembered as a man
with strong Christian
principles.
Daniel died in 1931
when William was only 15
and had only an eighth-
grade education. By
then, the older children
from the first marriages
of both parents were
themselves married.
William moved to
Sanford, with sister Bera,
where he found work in
the orange groves. In
1936, he and Josephine
(Jo) Minor were married
and.moved to Winter
Garden.
When World War II
began, William enlisted
in the U.S. Navy and
amassed an enviable
record of honorable
service to his country.
Brothers Sanimie, Marvin
and Junior also served
honorably.
On leaving'the Navy,
William rejoined his


wife in Winter Garden
and began his steady
pace to becoming a
well-known and highly
successful businessman
in West Orange County.
He owned Bill Hartzog's
Pool Room and Winter
Garden Hardware before
venturing into the real
estate business. He was
a partner in Hartzog-
Vick Realty, and owned
interest in hundreds of
acres of orange groves.
SHartzog donated
clay to Orange. County
from one of his orange
groves for the building
of a road, which was
ultimately named Hartzog
Road. This seven-mile
loop opened thousands
of acres to citrus
production. Hartzog Road
now lies at the western
entrance to Walt Disney
World.
William and Jo were
childless for the first 23
years of marriage. In
1959, they were blessed
with the arrival of two
nieces, 19-month-old
Denise and 8-month-old
Patsy, the children of
his ailing sister, Betty
Jean. The nieces are now
grown, wetl-educated and
married with families.
Both have successful


WILLIAM DANIEL HARTZOG
working careers in their
chosen professions.
William and Jo were
married 64 years. After
Jo's death, William
married Almeeta Herring
Johnson and enjoyed five
happy years until her
death in 2007.
William's life is a
Who's Who in the Central
Florida cities of Winter
Garden, Windermere,
Ocoee and the western
areas of Orange County
extending into eastern
Lake County. He actively
participated in civic and
governmental affairs,
serving on the board of
directors for West Orange
Memorial Hospital, and
was a member of the
Planning and Zoning
Commission of Orange
Country and the Green
Valley Country Club.
He was an officer in
Winter Garden Citrus
-Cooperative, president of
the Lions Club and Grand
Master of the Masonic
Lodge.
Family members
report that William had "a
love for golf, the Gators
and God." He continued
his regular games of golf
into his later years. He
sat in the same seats at
Gator games for more


than 50 years. He was
active and supported
First Baptist Church
of Windermere, where
his funeral service was
conducted by Pastor Mark
Matheson on Aug. 15,
who remarked that much
of Hartzog's donations
to the church were done
anonymously.
Although William
loved his friends and
associates in his adopted
Central Florida home,
he never forgot his roots,
nor his family remaining
in Holmes County. For
many years, he and his
brother Marvin held
joint Ownership to the
Remaining original
homestead of their father.
They made annual trips
to the home place, kept it
mowed, and fertilized the
pecan trees, which were
then nearing 80 years old.
Timothy H. Wells, great-
nephew of the Hartzog
offspring, currently owns
the last portion of the
original Hartzog land. He
and his family maintain
their home there.
In addition to the
host of William's nieces,
nephews and cousins
currently residing in the
Orlando area, he has
kinsman who continue


to live in Northwest
Florida. Cousins known
as the "Wells Girls" in
Esto include Lynette
Crutchfield, Martha Sue
Register, Jeanette Berry,
Louise McGowan and
Francis Kirkland. Cousin
Billy Wells has also
recently returned to Esto
to make his home.
Third-generation
relatives here are Allen
Wells, Brady Wells, Earl
Wells and Harold Wells,
and Ronnie and Rodney
Watford, twin sons of
Ralph and Inez Watford.
A fourth-generation
relative, Chris Wells, is
police chief in Bonifay.
Hester Lucas Wells,
wife of your correspondent,
is the only surviving niece
residing locally.
William's.life would
easily qualify him as a
member of "The Greatest
Generation," the title Tom
Brokaw gave to his book
released in 1998. Family
members speaking at the
funeral service, outlining
the myriad public service
and accomplishments of
their loved one, agreed
on the central theme that
"William Daniel Hartzog
has left a legacy of faith
for his entire family to
live by"


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S, WHAT?

"I read the arrests column and
cannot believe how the same
people appear in itagain
and again for manufacturing,
possession, and/or traffick-
ing. I wonder how.the heck
they are getting back out on
the streets to commit new of-
fenses. I really hope if I ever
make the poor choice to be-
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netted excellent results,"
said Sheriff Bobby Haddock
"Because of the hard work
of both the officers with the
Chipl#y Police Department
and our narcotics officers,
we were able to shut down
a high level methamphet-
amine operation."
Chipley Police Chief Kev-
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with the results. "This kiad
of teamwork makes good
things happen," he said.
Additional charges are
pending.

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said Knauer.
Also approved was the
reduction of the speed limit
on Clayton Road from State
Road 77 to Falling Waters,
from 55 to 45 miles per
hour.
The Board approved re-
newing the annual contract
between the Board and the
Washington County Health
Department to "continue
Environmental Health Ser-
vices, Communicable Dis-
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Primary Care Services for
the county"
The Board approved
the State Aid to Libraries
Grant Agreement, where
they agree to make an ap-
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Statutes and Guidelines for
the State Aid to Program.
The Board approved:
*The next budget work-
shop to be September 8 at 9
a.m., which will include dis-
cussion of the Fire Depart-
ment Funding Agreement
workshop for volunteer fire
departments.
* The first public hear-
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tember 15 at 5:05 p.m.
*The next Planning
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September 22 at 9 a.m.
*The second 'and final
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ago. Officers from HCSO,
Geneva (Ala.) Sheriff's Of-
fice, Florida Department
of Law Enforcement and
Florida Highway Patrol
Contraband Interdiction
Team.
"Toward the end under-
cover officers were brought
in to make buys," Brown
said. The agencies worked
together from the start.
"If we didn't work to-
gether as a team it wouldn't
happen," said FDLE Re-


gional Agent in Charge
Tommy Ford.
"This can be called
phase one," said HCSO
Chief Deputy John Braxton.
"We expect more arrests.
The following were
charged:
*Jose M. Lopez, 48,
Slocomb, Ala., trafficking
in controlled substance
(meth).
*Sheila Kay Long, 47,
Slocomb, Ala., trafficking
in controlled substance


(meth), possession of con-
trolled substance (meth),
and possession of drug par-
aphernalia.
*Mary Greer Williford,
54, Noma, trafficking in con-
trolled substance (meth)
and possession of drug par-
aphernalia.
*Joseph Dale Myers, 47,
Chipley, purchase of con-
trolled substance (meth),
possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Terry Nobles, 46, West-


ville, purchase of controlled
substance (meth), posses-
sion of controlled substance
(Percocet), and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
*Silas Lavell Nobles, 20,
Westville, purchase of con-
trolled substance (meth)
and possession of controlled
substance (Percocet).
*Lacresha Diane Blair,
36, Bonifay, purchase
of controlled substance
(meth) and possession of
marijuana.


S*Mikecal Leon Sim-
mons, 38, Bonifay, Purchase
of controlled substance
(meth)
* Michael Williams, 40,
Bonifay, purchase of con-
trolled substance (meth)
and possession of mari-
juana.
*Nanci Bottoms, 43,
Abbeville, Ala., trafficking
in controlled substance
(meth), grand theft, and
possession of drug para-
phernalia.


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Aug. 29
Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 8 p.m.
Aug. 30
Nationwide NAPA Auto Parts 200 - ESPN2 @ 1:30 p.m.
Sept. 5
Sprint Cup Series Practice - SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice - SPEED @ noon
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
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S Nationwide Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
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'Camping World Truck Series SetUp - SPEED @ 8:30 p.m.,
Campting World Truck Series Lucas Oil 200 - SPEED @ 8:45 p.m.


The Next Lap


Sept. 6
Atlanta
Pep Boys Auto
500


SNationwide

Sept. 5
Atlanta
Degree Vl 2
300


Busch brothers
Saturday night's win for
Kyle Busch marked the 16th of
his career andjust three behind
big brother Kurt.
Combined the brothers
account for 35 wins in the
Sprint Cup Series, which is 59
behind Bobby and Donnie
Allison.
The Allison's, members of
the famed Alabama Gang, have
94 wins between them to lead
all brother combinations.
Second is Darrell and
Michael Waltrip with 88 wins
followed by Tim, Fonty, and


Sept. 5
Iowa
Lucas Oil
200


Sept. 4
Toledo
ARCA RE/MAX
200


making mark
Bob Flock with 62.
Terry and Bobby Labonte
are the next pair of brothers in
the sights of the Busch Brothers
with 43 wins.
Terry and Bobby are the
only two brothers to win Sprint
Cup Series titles.
Darrell and Michael Waltrip
are the only brother combina-
tion to each have Daytona 500
championships.
The only brother combina-
tions still active are the
Waltrips, Labontes, Busch's,
and Jeff and Ward Burton.


Schrader is not slowing down, yet


Former Sprint Cup driver,
Ken Schrader, on track to race
in at least 100 events this year
- a pace he's been on for the
last 3.0 years - the Fenton,
Missouri favorite will add five
more next week, including
ARCA RE/MAX Series
events at Toledo Speedway
(Sept. 4) and the DuQuoin
'State Fairgrounds mile-dirt
(Sept. 7).
"Yah, I get tired," said
Schrader, "but I never get tired
of it:" That's a good thing
because Schrader's itinerary
next week is going to keep
him hopping from Wednesday


through Monday. It starts at
Macon Speedway (Illinois)
Wednesday night where
Schrader is scheduled to race a
modified on the tight, high-
banked Macon dirt bullring.
Schrader is a four-time
winner at Toledo with victo-
ries in '97, '04, '05 and '06.
From Toledo, Schrader will
steer west to his own 1-55
Speedway in Pevely, Missouri
where he'll climb in his dirt
late model for more short-
track fun Saturday night. On
Sunday, it's off to Eagle,
Nebraska to race a dirt modi-
fied.


Honeymoon in Vegas for Evernham


Ray Evernham and his
former developmental driver
Erin Crocker were married on
Wednesday night in Las
Vegas.
The ESPN Racing analyst
suffered through a rough time
a few years back when now-
baned driver Jeremy
Mayfield went public over


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the relationship between his
then boss and teammate.
Evemham and Crocker
exchanged vows at a Las
Vegas hotel in front of imme-
diate family members and
friends.
In lieu of the honeymoon,
Erin will spend the weekend
racing in Knoxville, Iowa.


On the

Bubble
Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 1778
Points out of 34th: 122
John Andretti Points ahead of 36th: 115
Owner Driver Points
Max Jones Paul Menard 2010'
Robby Gordon Robby Gordon 1900
Teresa Earnhardt ' John Andretti 1778
Detrich Mateschiltz Scott Speed 1663
Kevin Buckler David Gilliland 1383
James Finch Brad Keselowski 1289


Ron Fellows (No. 5 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet) runs through
200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve: .


Oh, Canada

By BILL GAMBLING
sports'@stcprieigazene com

.Don't laugh, those were \windshield \wipers in vour nightmares
looking back to last season's Nationwide Series stop in Montreal.
Now\ road racip specialist and Canadian name Ron Fello\s looks
to make i t\\o \ins in a ro%\ in his homeland
But Fellow s could ha\e some pretr sitff competition with the likes
of Marcos Amnbrose and Patrick Carpentier.
Some of the local favorites could include Jean-Francois Dumoulin
or how about open-wheel racer Alex Tagliani.
The bi thinm- facin'c all of the drivers this weekend in Montreal is
once .ieii alitcf' ltre i of i.ntin and ilhe u.".' ..t ii'i o)nl.\ rain IIre.. hut tihe
dreaded v. IndshieldJ v, pe l
Of this \ears entn list. whichh includes a tan backed entr\ to0
Kennm Wallace there will be 12 intemationjl drivers overall on this
weekend's entry list
The bigest thing to watchh for is if this ear's race lies up to last
year's experience man% %ill be saying 'Oh, Canada' all o\er again.


CUP SERIES


After Sharpie 500
Driver
1. Tony Stewart
2. Jimmie Johnson
3. Jeff Gordon
4. Denny Hamlin
5. Carl Edwards
6. Kurt Busch
7. Ryan Newman
8. Greg Biffle
9. Juan Montoya
10. Mark Martin


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the rain on his way to winning the NAPA Auto Parts


Nationwide B *
STRUCK SEReIL

After Food City 250 After O'Reilly 200


Behind Driver
Leader 1. Kyle Busch
-220 2. Carl Edwards
-254' 3. Brad.Keselowski
-423 4. Jason Leffler
-454 5. Justin Allgaier
-461 6. Steve Wallace
-569 7. Jason Keller
-578 8. Mike Bliss
-589 9.. Brendan Gaughan
-593 10. Michael McDowell


Behind
Leader
-248
-303
-547
-1057
-1115
-1173
-1187
-1251
-1292


Driver
Ron Hornaday
Matt Crafton
Mike Skinner
Brian Scott
David Starr
Todd Bodine
Colin Braun
Dennis Setzer
Tyler Malsam
Rick Crawford


Behind
Leader
-211
-305
-383
-445
-464
-527
-543
-557
-567


After Allen Crowe 100
Driver Behind
1. Parker Kligerman Leader
2. Justin Lofton -35
3. Frank Kimmel -330
4. Joey Coulter -535
5. Steve Arpini -545
6. Craig Goess -550
7. Brian Silas -585
8. Patrick Sheltra -655
9. Tom Hessert -790
10. Robb Brent -890



2008 Pole Winner (mph)
Scon Pru.n 0 5 082
2008 Race Winner (mph)
Ror Fell.:..-s 014o
Track Qualifying Record
Sccn" Pruen - '5 082 m p h
(20081
Track Race Record
Ron Fell..... 50 14 mp h
(2008)


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IN THE C-IRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT TRADE CENTRE SOUTH, Range 14 West Said Plat WARNING: THERE ARE AKC Registered English B&B Furrniture 1342 North
FOR THE FOURTEENTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL SUITE 700 being on file in the Office UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- bulldog puppies, male and RR Avenue, Chipley. We
JUDICOR THE FOURTEENTH IN THE CI RCUIT AND OR WASHINGTON FOR WASHNGTO CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR 100 WEST CYPRESS of the Clerk of the Circuit ERTY WHICH YOU OWN female free to caring pay cashfor clean,quality
UDCALCIRCUT IN AND FOR WASHINGTONCOUNTFLORIDA COUNTY FLORIDA WASHINGTON COUNTY CREEK ROAD, Court of Washington IN WHICH YOU HAVE LE- home. Contactfuriture. 850557-0211 or
COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION CASE NO. 67-09-CA-078 FLORIDA. FORT LAUDERDALE, FL County, Florida. GAL INTEREST THE allenlescott@gmail.com 850-415-6866. Ask for
PROBATE DIVISION Case No. 6709-PR-037 DOROTHY I. CLARK, CASE No 33309 Together with the subject PROPERTY WILL BEasco Carolyn
CASE NO N Case09-No.366709PRPRand others, 67-2008-CA-000377 In accordance with the property share of all Rights SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- German Pasco or Carolyn
IN RE: ESTATE OF In Re: Estate o Plaintiff, EUTSCHE BANK NA- Americans with Disabilities of Way as vacated in Res- TION ON September 30, She/Wolf PupsElliptical
ROYEESTER F.HAYES, RAYMOND -JOSEPH v TIONAL TRUST COM- Act, persons needing a solution recorded in Official 2009 UNLESS THE BACK 1st shots, regular Nordc Track Elliptical
.deceased. VOSIKA, JAMES DEWAN PANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR reasonable accommoda- Records Book 736, 'Page TAXES ARE PAID. TO de-wormings, st heart- Machine.$600 firm. Large
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased. CREAMER, JR., IXIS 2006-HE2 ion to participate in this 309, Public Records of MAKE ARRANGEMENTS worm prevention &heh rocking chr $6 Large
The administration of the Deendan Plaintif proceeding should, no Washington County, Flor- FOR PAYMENT OR TO certificates.$500.$100de h
Estate of Royadmnster Hayes, NOTICE TO CREDITORS . later than seven (?) days ida. , RECEIVE FURTHER IN- posit required. (850) $50 each. 850-415-1152.
deceased, whose date of RoysterF. The administration of the CLERK'S NOTICE OF ALVARO RODRIGUEZ, et. prior, contact the Qlerof Has been filed against you FORMATION, CONTACT 638-4891, (850)532-5808
deceased, whose date of The adminisat of he CLENRKS N CE AA. the Courts disability coor- and you are required to THE CLERK OF COURT .
2009, and whose social SEPH VOSIKA, deceased, TER 45 C Defendants . dinator at PO Box 826, serve a copy of your writ- IMMEDIATELY AT .O. Siamese Kittens
security number is whose date of death was NOTICE ISGIVEN that, in MARIANNA, FL 32447, ten defenses, any, to it BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- 1st shots, regular 3230
XX-981, Fi e Number July 17, 2009, is pending accordance with tFinal NOTICE OFFORECLO- 850-718-0026. If hearing or on Steven L. Applebaum, SON AVE., SUITE 101, de-wormings, litter box
09-36 PR is pending in the in the Circuit Court for Judgment of Partition SURE SALE voice g impaired, contact attorney foPlaintiff, whose CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428, trained, health certificates. Storage Unit Sale @
Circuit Court for Washing- Washington County, Fior- datedAugust 18 2009,in NOTICE IS HEREBY (TDD) (800)955-8771 via address is Post Office Box OR TELEPHONE (850) $350. $100 deposit re- Tharp & Sons Storage
ton County, Florida Pro- ida, Probate Division, the the above-styled cause, I GIVEN pursuant to an Or- Florida Relay System. 9454, Panama City Beach, 638-6008 EXT 224. quired. 850-638-4891 or Units, #526, on 09/05 at
bate Division, the address address of which is Post will sell to the highest and der or Final Judgment en- As published in the Wash- Florida 32417, on or be- 850-532-5808 7:30am. Sofa, TV, enter-
of which is Washington Office Box 647, Chipley, bestbidderforcah, a the red in Case No ngton County News Au- fore Sept. 28, 2009, and AMOUNT TO REDEEM tainment center, dinner ta-
County. Courthouse, Post iL 32428-0647. The northdor oftheWashing-67-2008A-000377 ofthe gust22, 29, 2009. le the original with the FOR August $1,487.95 ble w/chairsante various
Office Box 647, Chipley, names and addresses of -toh County Courthouseat Circuit Court of the 14TH Clerk of this Court before m MUnO Ehousehold items. Priced
Florida 32428. The name the personal representa- Chipley, Florida on Sep- Judicial Circuit n and for CITY OF CHIPLEY service on Plaintiff or in- AMOUNT TO REDEEM 2 10 right
and address of the Per- ive a r proal rep- member 22, 2009,at 11;00 WASHINGTON County OTICE OF PUBLIC medaelythereater. One Laberoodle, one
sonal Representative and resentative's attorney are a~m., the following .de- Florida, wherein, DEUT- HEARING fail to do so a default will $1,509.64 short haired part Lab &
the Persn Represent- setforth below. scrbed property SCHE BANK NATIONAL AMENDMENT TO CITY be entered against you for
tive's attorney are set-forth All'creditors of the dece- TRUST COMPANY, AS CODE 'th relief demandedIn the IN U.S.CURRENCYONLY good wi/children. Shots up
below. derit and other persons Commencing atthesouth- TRUSTEE FOR XIS Complaint NO Personal Checks Ac- to date. 535-9672.
All creditors of ite dece- having claims or demands ast omear of 2 o 26 Plaint ff,ad Te C y Lead Bullets For Sale. 30
dent and other persons against the decedent's es- A, HagermanAddition to RODRIGUZ, ALVARO, t.willconduct aPUBLIC oftheout on this21 day Cashier's ChecksMoney to 50 Cal. cum-
thavingclaims or demands fete onwhom a copy of Chipley, according'to the al., are Defendants, I will HEARING regarding adop- of Aug., 2009. Orders, and Westem Un-111insbulelstand lube.com .
having.claims or demands tate onwhom a copy of Chipley, according to to the hhest bidder tion of the following ordi- Clerk of the Court th oth minsbulletsand lube.com.
against'decedent's estate this notice is required to plat of said Addition on file sell to the highest bidder on of the following ordi- lerk of the Court ion are the only other al- 1Knght BP ine .50 cal
on w~om a copy of this be served mustle their the Clk of or cash at The Washing- dance on Thursday, Sp- By: K alternatives accepted. For Sale: Duks, geese, Rifle. 1-800-741-9707,
notice is required to be claims ith this court he Cicut Curt, in Sec-n o to n County Courthouse o t He r 1, 2 , at 60 Dpulty a, published the Wash- chickens and guineasFor Chiple
served must filetheir WITHIN THE LATER OF tion.33, Township 5 North, cated at 1293 JACSON .m,,1at4the2CityHalCoun- As published hIC n the ington County News Au- Information850-547-3129.
claims with this Court MONTS AFTER THE Range 13 WestthenceTE 100 cl Chambers, 1442 Jack Washington County News gust8August S5,August or Cell # 850-415-2998.
hWITHIN THELATER U T IME OFTH E FIRST P Any persth 113claim tfra T CHIPLEN T Y 32428 0ae, tthe tyo tof ehe Al M -,August9, Septemr 5, 22,Agust9, 2009
THREE MONTHS AFTER LOCATION OF THIS NO- OF BEGINNING; thence our of OT 11:00a .mCEe d. 1 9. Jungle Fowl,
THE TIME OF THE IRST TICEOR 30 DAYS AFTER North 100 feet; thence the following described AN ORDINANCE OF THE In The Circuit Court Of The LEGAL NOTICE Mostly Roosters, $1.5
PUBLICATIONOF THIS THE DATEOF SERVICE West 207 feet; thence CHPL FLOR- Fourteenth Judicial Circuit NOTICE OF SALE Eh C 50-415-6444 Farm, LLC.
NOTICE OR THIRT DAY8 OF A COPY OF THIS NO- South 100 feet;, thence p property: n, LC.
A AFTER THE DATE OF TWICE ON OTWITHEMSTANDINGPARCEL OF LAND IN IDA, RELATING TO ES- In And For Washington Pursuant to Chapter 83,facy I Green Peanuts for
WOYEARSORMORE TIM PERIODS SET JCRogers FEET TO THE POINT OF on the matter under con- CITY OF CHIPLEY ABOLISHING GUIDELINES County, cated at Railroad Av. & U-PICK GRAPES
SER ADVICE OF A COY OF All ter retr o te OF BEGINNING e, BOUNDED BY FOR THE ENFORCEMENT Case No.: 67-09-CA-n R , 06Chiple, 7 Boiling.
DATHIS NOTICE OF DEATHEM.S CLAIM FILED TWO (2) CERTIF- rt in Lot 2 and part in Lot BEGINNING AT A POINT OF CITY ORDINANCE Prosperity Bank, purhe Washingt ton County, Fla | 3120 ow signs on 177A out ofRd
All other creditors of the sons having claims or de- 3, Hagerman Addition to ON THE EASTERN THE YOUTH PROTEC- Plaintiff. Statutes Chapter 83, Part ch;pa ey.
decedent and other per- mands against the dece- the City of Chipley, Wash- BOUNDARY LINE O LOT TION ORDI CE vs. t r8-6Sa,8-1 :30.
sons having.claims or de- dent's estate must file their ington County'Florda. 1, BLOCK B, HAGE AdoTion of this ordinance Daniel Staffa, Page . IV that Mrs Lamar L.
mands against the dece- claims with this courtR CE BLOCK B, HAGERMAN odt2on5 at this ring on r t 5
dent'sestate must filether WITHIN MONTS ATETAF- y C tat a true and ADDITIONTOTHE CITY will declarhef policy or Stand the t 2 , at 80 A. 850-547-232, Ks
claims with this Court TER TH E DATE OF T corr cHpy o - OF CHIPLEY, 265 1/2 purposeofl the Cityr ofStates of Ama est Asu n the highest i MEReC S
al TepREntaths e t OF taerest in the surplus from FEET SOUTH OF.THE Chipley, lorida to 6 h s Defendants. b , Septe er 2, d-
AFTER THE DATE OFTHE THIS NOTICE. the sale, if any, other than NORTHEAST CORNER OF ish guidelines for the en- NOTICE OF SALE bidder, the contents oflo






AFTOBERTS, R OBERTS & Key kison, RA. 's nra t 67335 ft; thence 202010 which has been Bonay quality, Polo shirts, allies.
FIRST PUBICATION OF. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED the property owner as of SA.LOT AND RUNNING forcement of City Ordi- N4OTICE is hereby given po u rted to i e t - - s iz & cors.
IS NOTICE. WITHINTHE TIME PERI- thedate of thelie pendeas THENCE SOUTH ALONG The . that, pursuant to an Order g lessees. Scupernong,
AL CAIMSN FLORIDA iOET RTHINSE - must file a claim within 60 THE EASTE - IN TE C T COUT thence Northea terly alg met Act ARRA av0 Muscadine, Noble.
FILEDWILL BE FOREvETITO '3 7 OTH days after the sale. ARY UNE OF SAID LOT A Al citizens and interested in the- above-capitioned Wanted To Buy antiques, 7 days aweek..
L ON gust, 2009. OF THE FOURTEENTH cuve a radcollectiblus, gold, silver, 5 bs, $4. tum00.
BARRED., , FLORIDA PROBATE CODE Dated: August 25, 2009, DISTANCE OF 105 FEET, partie are encouraged to 'case, I will sell the property THOMAS THOMPSON dinnerware, collectons, ClaytonRd.,Chipley.
NOTWITHSTANDING.THE W6ILL5 BE FOREVER LINDA H COOK THENCE WEST150FEET, attend the public hearing situated n Washington M#79 T de insay & Sat t, io
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH REDFL32428 As published in the Wash Clerk of Curt THENCE NORTH 105 and to provide written County, Florda, describe The same will be held atfore Auti re 8547-5292
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE TIMg PERIODS SET J.C. Rogers FEET TO THE POINT OF on the matter under con- EXHIBIT "A-PICKGRAPES






9 eEE , Deputy Clerk BEGINNING, BEING I sideration. Anype Lot 12, Grassy Pond ated at Railroad Avs & U-PICK GRAPES
AFTER THE DECEDENTS F CHABOVE, d mre! fr lIN e-Griffin Road, Chipley, 1837 Flowing Well Rd, fol-
DATE OF DEATH IS CLAIM FILED TWO (2) CERTIFICATE OF SERV AND A PART OF LOT 1, quiring a special accom- Commence at the ashingon County, Fa. 3120 low signs on 177A out of
BARRED. ' YEARS OR MORE AFTER ICE BLOCK B, HAGERMAN on a n the t ofBeg g on S saturday, Sept. 5, r ,-Sei Bonifay or call
















Y ATTEN D MCOLLEGE ONINE I at prblic sowes to he the Workforce Board of- 8r0AMf Hwy 26,1 N., const equipment,
The date of the first pulli- THE DECEDENT'S DATE ICERTIFY that a true and ADDITION TO THE CITY because of disability or 2009, at 8:00 A.M.850-547-2326, Klaus Dius
cation of this Notice is u- OF DEATH IS BARRED correctopyoftheorego- OF CHIPLE IN SECTION physical impa cents highest n est ie As published in the Cottage, a

















nrrt Thp - **Business, ' *Paralegal, TO ALL PERSONS WHO the Washington County As published in the Contractor dispersal, ,Conict
gust29, 2009. The date first pubic ing Notice of Sale under 33 TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, should contact the City at Nh, n, Washington County News I Estat C seLOSING LAST I ca
LARRY-MITCHELL HAYES 22, 2009. . furnished by hand delivery INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- prior to the hearing. 3064.4 feet; thence 2009.sy.off, uniqueday. Sal- 30
















Advertising Networks of.HeaTnting/rTng, mina H ABOVDSCIBE Fd 1 AM on August 29, September 5, "county, plus mentcom
Florida2463 UGG ROAD Attor ey for ek accelerated program. Justice IDA. Job pFor fulacemen rather information per- 883405"E, 1871.86 feet PUBC NOTICE rdy or by appon-432
CHIPLEYFLORIDA 32428 resentate: othy Wee Point of Beg inn ing; m n 850-547-39 For Sale:backtoschool
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ROBERTS, ROBERTS & KrryAdksHOMES FOR RENT Train for high payingy, oththan CityAdministrator. 673.35 feet; theandce 2009-2010 which has ben Bnay quancete, aolo shirt, all
ROBERTS ost Office Box 69 ant James . Creamer, Jr, the property As published in the N47 "E, 60.05 feet to updated to include receipt s & color. $5. per
2879 MADISON STREET Chipey, FL 32428-0669 Turtle Lake Apartments, thedateofthelispenanens Washington County News the beginning of a curve offundsfrotheAmecn85-547-5244
POST OFFICEBOX 1544 (850) 638-2643 4324 W. 20th Street APT mustfile a claim within 60 August 29, 2009. conca the right; Recovery ad R -
MARIANNA, FLORIDA T N 5% daBar down 15 ye N248, Panama City, Flor- days afterthe iation o econ to w
32447 . Personal Representative: ida 32405. DATED this 17 day of Au- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT thence Northeasterly along ment Act (ARRA) is availa- 3130 Jewelry top dollar paid
Fr(850) 526-3865 StrRO vOSKA J. C. Rogers u ENTH curve with a radius f ble for review and co- AUCTION OPR2Y for gold, silver & costume
S FLORIDA NO 58 Ra a T 592.42 feet, an arc di- meant. Yo can review t Tuesday & Saturday, live jewelry.- Nobody pays
0131441 ChipeyFL32428 As published in the Wash- Clerk Circuit Court FOR WASHINGTON music before Auton more 850547-5292
As published in the Wash- As published in the Wash- ington County Nevw Au S By:JC Rogers COUNTn FLORIDA of curve; thence Norteas gonal Wordoce DvloIe-a
ington County News.Au- ington County News .Aij- gust ?9, 2009 September Deputy Clerk CASE NO. 67-09-CA-336 y along a curve concave ment oard office located (family atospher)Hwy.
gust 29, & September 5, gust 2 , 29, 2009. 6, 2009. Submitted by: GREEN- IN RE: FORFEITURE OF' to the right with a radius of at 4636 Highway 90 East, 79, Esto. Maxie Yates Auc-
2009. BUILDING SUPPLIES SPOON MARDER$9,90, 1994 Chevroletd cause10 558.26 feet, an ar ue K , F. vw tion Company
2009.distance of 18.04 feet; it on-line at our website AU3137, A280.
Up META Rthence N32'41'37"W, www.onestopahead. cdm, 3017, AB2343.
e -72) I I # 563,73 feet; thence or attend a Public Forum 850-263-7500,
ANNOUNEMENTS Chevy and more! for listings MISCELLANEO US t1GCDC14Z2RZ2ee 61386tand the names in cARh . t ted pbA
urer (800)366-9813 ext 9499l to te Point of lf2009, at 9:00 A.M:(CT) at Sat., Sept., 12th. I buy or sll
Advertise in Over -100 ATTENDCOLLEGEONLINE at public sale, tothe the Workforce Board of- 8:00AM. Hwy26,1 N., I. consul equipment,
stock, wall highest and best biddaccessories. OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS Excellent .financing. Callfor fe. For further Information CaFla. Bapbelton, L.No.: Dozrs Loaders
Quick turn arOne Call- One HELP WANTED from Home. *Medical, ICE OF FORFEITU cash,atthefrontdor f call (850)7180456. 2Frdera, Excavators Forre ,

rudHtS pFlorida, at 110A4sMftocat nGof WATERFRONT PROPEonTIES August 2 St m county, plu0 i3




























BUSINESS hrm-b ed lry BiORTEGA . L..ANDING Fo uenthud ut itlsUH 6, ubdis
Florida - Put Us to work for week accelerated program. Justice. Job placement THERABOVE-DESCRIBEDCH WAS September 24, 2009. Any. 29, eame consignment. --
OPPORTUNIHands on environment, assistance. Comp outer SEIZED ON OR ABOT arson other than the MasonAuction&Reny,
Youin sale. Owner retiring marina on Ortega River Book 2 Pages 60 Tax Sece Open 5 days S Mn Warehousesf you
iYou! (866)742-13$739.State of the Art Lab. available. Financial Aid if JULY 12,2009,N WASH pe owner as of the e tLLCi#642, o
nationaL-classifieds.com, e INGTON COUNTY f , FLOR- d sa of t Washington (p 850-263-473, Doffice
Local Machines and Candy nationwide certifications qualified! $999K. Private elevator (866)858- IDA . Osheskyclaiming an interest n any 850-258-7652Panhandle area. Free















$9,995. (888)629-9968 $9,900 Only $238/Mo! access, covered parking r r mewu Hellners and Vinyl estimates. Call night or
B20000info@nie and Local Job Placement 2121, www.CenturaOnline. Said property isain the cus- surpl s from the ToopsMo85r-84bile0 Gerald.
com , tody of the Washington sale; must file a cl Gaim for CO l assif e A i c - e, On TimeE Handyman &
woml " Assistance! CALL NOW: com. saidfund with the clerk of Get Your Cl ed Ad
County oSheriff's Depart- court within 60 days from . 1n I . Lawn Services.
(877)994-9904. 1 1 ment. Any owner entity, the date of the sale. COLORI.
AUTO DONATIONS ( _79- 9904"nd__DE' AIRLINES ARE HIRING - bona fide lienholderor h dateths ayCoORtaI I WEEOKLY
HOMES FOR RENT Train for high paying Aviation persoo in possession of DATED this 25 day of CalnowfordelAM I NEUenrypaint-
______________________ the property when seized August, I AUCTION Concrete, carpentry, paint-
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE Maintenance Career. FAA 'has the rightto contest the CLERK OF COURT 1 638-0212 3234 Main St Vermon, FL., ing,pressure washing,
RECEIE $100 GROCERY 4Br 2Ba Forecsure approvedprogram.Financial Forfeiture il- I H-Ay 9 South land clearing, machine
n tRECEIVE $1000 G lROCERY nBr 2Ba ForelosreWash! i ga nt ers5479414 SATuRE-Ai' r, GHTS 7RM. work, deep cleaning, addi-
COUPON UNITED BREAST $11,500! Only $2i7/Mo! aid, if, qualified - Housing Circuit Court within 20A published in the Wash-u.Sirs Selection tionalphoneacks.
CANCER FOUNDATION 5% down 15 years @ 8% available. CALL Aviation days of thepublication of ington County News Au-* will vary from week to The most reasonable.
Free Mammograms, Breast apr. Buy, 3 Br $199/Mo! for Institute -, of Maintenance tirRspnse se t 2t 9,_Se1170CASH ONLY. No lob too small.
Cancer Infb. www.ubcf. listings (800)366-9783 ext, (888)349-5387. NancyD. OConner, Attor- NOTICE OF APPLICATION Rescued Bring Copy of Sales Tax ULic. & Ins.
ny for Washington FOR TAX DEED Healer Mix, male, apprx2 Certifidate. Reference available.
infoREE.. yrs old, neutered, UT on Michelle Roof . 30+ Years Experience..
Deductible, Non-Runners REAL ESTATE ment, 204 N. Havey Elba- Notice is hereby given, sot, makl great f Michlle Estimate;
A ( -C Aida 32425. A Petition for Fr- holder othefollowing car- you would like to provide a FLAU3014AB2224. hourly or by the iob.
FORECLOSED HOME WITH DOCKABLE nal Order Forfeiture has ificate has fied said car- forevehome: 850-547-9140.850-37308
N suiPPLIES AUCTION 500+ FLORIDA ILAKEFROtIT only $69,900. been filed in the tificate for a Tax Dee
Homes REDC V I Free '1680 sf' log cabin kit.on NANCY 0. O'CONNER certificate number a
METAL ROOFING. 40 yr Brochure www.Auction.com 5 'acres with lakefront on 204 N. Harvey Etheridge acription of the prop
Warranty-Buy" direct from RE No. CQ1031187 .12,000 acre recreational Street . and the names in na ,
manufacturer 30/colors in . � lake. Boat to Gulf of Mexico. (o50y F lo ws a
stock, w/all accessories. OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS!!! Excellent financing. Call Fle. Bar No.:324231
Quick turn around. Delivery Ocala, FL 55+ active now (866)952-5339, x1560 County Shriffsh YEARonCE ISSUACE O3
available. Gulf Coast Supply community. Decorator 2/2/2 www.grandviewharbor.com Department. DESCRIPTION OF PROP.
& Mfg, (888)393-0335 www. with spacious family room,. As published in the
GulfCcastSupply.com 2,034sqft _oaonGofWA RRNT _RRT _ August 22, 29, 2009. .
Course. Cadillac, Golf Cart i nTheCiruiCourtfTha Lot8, 8iock342,of Sunny
BUSINESS & home-basedJewelry Bi ORTEGA LANDING Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Hills Unit 6, a subdivision
OPPORTUNITIES (175k inventory) included Waterfront condos and In And For Washington according to the Plat
in sale. Owner retiring, marina on Ortega River County, Florida thereof, as recorded in Plat C&C Bookkeeping and For Rent first In Chipley,
Case No.: 67-09-CA-126 Book 2,' Pages 60 Tax Service. Open 5 days ' ' " : Mini Warehouses. If you
$299,000 TAKES ALL! Call in Jacksonville, FL. 3 Prosperity Bank, through 76, of the Public a week. 8am to 5pm. Call Hayes Cleaning Service, don't have the room, "We
ALL CASH VENDI IG! Do (954)850-8293. � bedroom, 3 bath condos Plaintiff. Records of Washington (850)638-1483 Professionalel.Omeraing , overDo"Lamar Tonosend
you earn $800 in a day? 25 approx. 2,600 SF from vs. County, Florida. r / Townsends.
Wholesale Land, LLC, Tim- NAME IN WHICH AS- cesdpncist.uorin
Local Machines and Candy 6Br 4Ba Foreclosure! $999K. ' Private elevator othy E. Oshesky, Mark SESSED : Roberta cleans, punchlist. Working
$9,995. (888)629-9968 $29,900! Only $238/Mo! access, covered parking, Klemeyyer, William Morgan Odimegwu estimates Call night or
and Edward Rogers, Jr., Headllnere and Vinyl
B02000033 CALL US: 'We 5% down 30 years @ 8% GE-Monogram appliances, Defendants. Said property being in the' Tops Mobile Unit. I do the day, 260-5382 or email;
will not be undersold!, apr. Buy,4 Br $269/Mo! for 9 ft ceilings. Marina .slip' county of Washington, work' at your home or Phayes740@hotiail.com.
. .. tl r n tinn Rt, ,nfF Flnririr I nh .r workplace. Reasonable American owned, opar- Bush Hoaalng, Disklng,


listings (800)366-9783 ext memberships' and leasing To: Wholesale Land, LLC, such certificated shall be rates on new vinyl tops ated.. foodplots, gardens,
CARS FOR SALE 5760 available. (800)800-0895 Timothy E. Oshesky, Mark redeemed according to and auto carpeting. Free ditches, fix roads, move
or www.visitortegalanding. Kleimeyer, William Morgan the law, the property de- estimates. Call anytime dirty. Works only on Satur-
Buy Police Impounds!! LOTS & ACREAGE com and To All Others Whom It highest bidder at the court- 638-7351
01 Honda Civic $550! 98 A -May Concern: house door on September These tiny ads
01 Honda Civic $550! 98 . > You are hereby 'notified 30,2009 at 10:00 AM. These tiny ads
Honda Accord $800! for Owner Must Sell. 4+ acres- \ 1 that a foreclosure action Datedthis 3dayofAugust, sell, hire, rent o /
listings call (800)366-9813 $57,300 Nice oak trees, .,,,.,,.,,,,r, i.: .. on the following parcel of 2009 and inform forge M a
listings call (800)366-9to lake. All real property located in Sewing Machine and Vac-
ext9271 private access to lake. All ,,,,,,i ,, ,,D, ' i Washington County, Flor- LINDA HAYES COOK , thousands of SOD &SEED on thefarm, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
utilities in. Ready to build ida, described as follows: CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT families each delivered or installed. Cen-. anteed service on all
when you are! Financing All of Blocks 1,2,6,7, and COURT, week. Let a little tipede St. Augustine Ber- makes and models. Free
$500! Police Impounds! avail. Call now (866)352- 8, Less and Except Lots WASHINGTON COUNTY,ifid ad muda. West Florida Turf estimates. Westem Auto,
cars, trucks, suv's from 224 Call no b Week Of 1,2,11 and 12, all being In FL Classified ad do (850) 415-0385; 638-4860. 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
cars, trucks, suvs from 2249. www.flandbargans. Block 2, according to the BY:'J C Rogers, big job fdr you. Established 1980 547-3910
$500! Honda, Toyota, com AUG. 29-SEPT 4, 2009 Plat of Greenhead In Sec- Deputy Clerk
m . tlon 8, Township 1 North,
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LOOKING FOR AN Health care 3BR/1BA, Gracevllle. Re-I $ f ' 5 Acres, Part wooded. 2006 Mitsubishi Galant. 82 Chevy LWB must sell
INVESTOR to do a remodeled. Large yard. New Land & Home Package 28x60 3BR/2BA Mobile Very Clean Doublewlde. $10,500. Can been seen $800. firm w/extra parts. 2
nance on my home Value Massage Therapist posi- fridge, carpet, paint, bath, 5.5+ acres, 3BR/2BA Home. 642 Moonseed Ln., New carpet, new paint, at: Community South WD go scoot needs work,
80,000 Need $25000 ton available for fast grow- storage building, vinyl 0- 0 Home. Well & Septic Al- Chipley, FL 32428. Phone; new appliances. Set-up in- credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90 new parts, make offer.
Call80,0 if nteested ing business in Chipley F flooring & AC. $525 lowhnce included. (850 ) 415-61 95, clouded. $17,900. Call Brad ., Chipley, FL. 850-527-3741
850-638-0167. Excellent Earnings Poten- month. 850-691-8318. $105,000.00 9:00a.rh.-7:00p.m. @ 850-763-7780.
850-6380167.n._ a Fax resume to 3R/28A 8For Info: 850-638-71761
tial. Fax resume to 3BR/2BA Home for rent. 5 I16x80 3BR/2BA w/new
Wanted cash paid for an850-415-1967 miles south of 1-10, - carpet, paint, appliances, 8120 11
Wanted, cash paid for an- Caryville exit. $700 d 5 set-up. $18,900. Includes . 06
ties, glassware, collect- Position in Chipley law month, $350 deposit. Reduced . Central air heat. 2000 Chevrolet Subur- 02 Suzuk Intruder,.
blues, gold, silver, tools firm for legal assistant. Fax 85260-9607 Chipley,e2/3BR, 2BA . et -7780. ban. $6,000. Can be seen dressed outS $500 or
some furniture, vcr & dvd resume to 850-638-3409, 80-20-2602 Hwy 173 S. Nice like brand new3b'eautiful 850767780 ' at: Community Southeen desed out $5,00. or
movies. We buy out gat- mall to RO, Box 1129, For Rent: 3BR/2BA brick home on 2.23 acres, ltolw/pond on 3 acres. For Sale: 3BR/2BA mobile 'Credit Union,,1044 Hwy 90 Nissan ruck of equa
age sales. Best prices Chipley, Fl 32428-or drop home and 3BR/1BA brick 3BR/2BA with 1762 sq.ft. Only 45 mins. to Panama home on 5 acres will sell E., Chipley, FL. value. 850-547-2074
1-850-547-5292 off at 844 5th Street Chip- home. 850-638-1918 call $64,900. For more infor- City Beach. Owner may fi- mobile home separately.
aw-ley for info.' nation, contact Eric nance or give $10,000 $60,000. for both or ., i...
SWanted: Junk appl-, For Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom Gleaton Realty @ cash back. $139,900. $12,000. for mobile home. AroMonw E, MAINE . , '
anceslawn-mowers, farm Sales/Business Dev. houses & mobile Homes. 850477-5908 OBO (314) 346-3303. 850-548-5843 130 8210
And garden equipment, 8100Deposit r-Antique & Collectbles 1983 Chevy Silverado
( c art ele o Aeisig I Boniy850547-00 Homes of Merit.3BR/2BA -ars Truck. Long wheel base The City of Vernon is of
free. Home for Sae or rent, a Doublewide with new 12 -SprtsUtilty Vehicles mileage, new battery, fring a 2005 Rhino Lite
free.850-547-0088 upSales For Rent; 2BR/1BA Lease option available; - paint, carpet, vinyl, appli- 8130 - Trucks new batand g ai er r saie
850-5470088Times-Advertiser 3BR/2BAile, good conditioner garage,$79,900 or $1,000.BA with at-cres & One 13 acres on 3br,2baet , 8,140 -Vaners tiercra es power, catowing package, tional information. Dead-
tached garage. acre,$23,900. Call Brad @ a 8150-'Commercial Stereo. Recovered seats. Bida binimumg accepted of
W Ind.ia Arro Washingto I brick homeont. PoLie new. & $ m Gacne r ner anc- te /w, power 8230 - SaibMotorles tr, cr . in far bin nd
- WANTED; Indian Arow Washington I -Leon area. 850-259-9113 Hwy. 2,:Holmes County, 1 850-763-7780 or toll free 8170 - Buorylts s 400$,000 r . 638-4266
Head Points. Please call .; CuntyNews I mile to Choctawatchee Two5acres & One10ac- 1-866-732-7607. Accssores 1997 Ford F-250 hea $1000 Vernon City Hall at
850-638-0718 Holmesou Home forsale or rent. River, huntingfishing res on Buddy Rd. One 10 8 A ss6 17 Fo F heav Ver t Hal at
_ oun8210- iBoats duty, AM/FM, cassette, all 850-535-2444 for addi-
Times-Advertiser 3B/2BA, 2 car garage, $79,900. or $1,000. down acres One 13 aes 1 s on 3br, 2ba, 1995 MH, 16X76, 8220 -Personal Watercraft power, towing package, tional information. Dead-
Sbrick home. Like new. & $500. month. Gainer Rd. Owner financ- Fridge, stove, d/w, power 8230 - Sailboats A/C, CC,blue & white, line for bids is.Monday,










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Guitar, Bass, Drums, late? If you answered Lovely 1 Bedroom home 0 .330 Campors. &Trales
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nancial reporting, ac- EqualElOpportunity 535-265,'N
counting, budgeting, Emp oyer 2ObrlbA Moba Ho e F or.
forecasting, asset liabil- Drughee Workplace BR1 tA M le om
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and financial planning. Trades posit. 547-4232.
A Bachelor's degree 2Br/2Ba 14x70 MH for
required and a mini- " Waoted; 2BBa x0 Hf
mum of fiveyears expe- EXPERIENCED rent. Total electric, A. On
irk nerConcrete Finisher.Ms e0 Bonnett Pond Rd. $500
ience inr management Concrete Finisher. month, $300 deposit. CallE
role in finance or ac- Company Benefits deposit. 63-1462.
counting preferred. . include; 6 2
'Please submit resume Insurance, IRA and 2BR Mobile Home, good '
and cover letter by vacation, location in Chipley.N No
Sept 9th to Apply in person to: Pets. 850-63-4640.
HR@communitysouth . PORTER I
.net nd reference V B CBONSTRUCTION CO., 2BR/2BA MH, south of
Financeand Account. INC. Chipley.. Country setting.
ing. If you have any 4910 Hartsfield Road, No pets, smoke free envi-
questions aMaurianna, FL 32446. ronment. $450 month. 5AII prices andtlcounts after any factory rebate, factory to dealer cash Olus tax & tag. Subject to presale.
emai te above ad- Eqal pp nity TedWhidden, 5-2353. 2;9on Corolla and 0% On Cary, Ter 1, 2 & 3 S.E. T. Finance, With Approved Credit.
dress or Contact Kay Employer. 2BR/2BA, Great Location.
Albitton at Mile from Chipley Mc-za GreatSe tion-Great Deals!
850-638-8376. Donalds. 1st and last Pr.r.in.Ye e ... ." .. ,'.x r '
,Web 34047156 apmonth'e m' Watpluseurity
' deposit. Smoke free envits 02 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER Ls Clean and Sharp. Priced at Only ...... ......... $9,898
Bldg ConslSkiled rade. f $550/month. Cno all $
Regional Roofing Con- 638-8057ao. 0C 4 CADILLAC ' EDAN DEVILLE LxurytCle, an, Priced o Go At............ 01998
tractor i t looking for a few 3BR/2BA MH for rent., m ..
good Laborers. lf inter- I Ai4 541 3a14 or 06 CHEVY HHRUood and Clean, LowMles. . ..ee , e., i.e... 2,989
ested Please' ,- Call F.3--38-228 $1
850-541-4675. 310 - Business , 3BR,1BA, 3/4 mle Irom 06 SS AN A IA o eda , l Car a Greati........ ..$ 2 98
110o- Apartments Bohifay Elem School. On
Domestic' 5120 - Beach Rentals Hwy 177A: Family oriented n
6130o-Condo/ownhou.e ' park. Calli547-3746. o NISSAN AL 4 Door Seda, Only 3000 Miles!, riced at Only....$20 898
Holmes Co14 - House Rentals
Holma Concl 6150 : Roommate Wanted 3BR/2BA mobile home in 7HUM 3 $23,989
n Ain160 - Rooms for Rent Chipieyarea.Quietnelgh- 07HUMM .RClean, LowMiles, tS 1 1 i ll. a..
is how accepting 6170 - Mobile Home/Lot borhood, CH/IA, water-fur- . . . - ., . .
applications for 810- Oct-of-Town Rantals nished,: no pets. $500. a
Part-time Homemakers 6190- Timeshare Rentals
for Monday- Fridays. - vcaion Rns mnth. 850 -638-1171594 o
At least 20 hours a week 06FORD EXPLORERLIMITED Leather, Power 3rd Seat, Low Miles, Sharp!
or could be asked to Bethlehem area;
work moran Must have 6100 2BR/1BA, with new washer
your own transportation & dryer, very clean, NO 0 CHEVY MALIBU Clean, LowMiles, Great Car, Don't Miss This One!
and proofof vehicle Executive Office Space DOGS, CATS, SNAKES,
insurance. Will have to for rent downtown Chipley. ALLIGATORS, BIRDS, 08 CHEV 15004 4 4 Do Low UMiles, Clean, Sharp Truck - Come Test DriveToday!
travel, but travel will be All until. incl'd 638-1918 GOLD FISH O:K. $450. C EV I0 k E . 4A 4uS'
re-embursed. month, $200. deposit. MW. IC Leather Miles, nt MissIlt!
Anyone interested 9850-547-5195 9832 I CONVERTIBLE atherSeatS, Low MilesNice -DIt
Holmes Council on 6110
speakto ley. Good location No. '

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TIONIST / - rent. No pets. 638-1918. ' home central heat and air.
FtrladxCHIPLEY Boniay 85-57-528 ECHOS . 7 Yar-a, u 100, O il Ai l .' 160, Point Quality
Fast growirigand err- 1BR/1BA,$400, SD$200; For Rent. '3BP/2BA RL S, Lll 'Il War,-anty** ..:., . . .assunc Inepecman
pandilng 2BR/1BA $475, SD $225, Trailer. Large yard. HUD. CELICAS ' 7 Years, �00.000 Mile . .UO-eat Sal ct on Fr-am
located in Chipley, Florida ALL parts w/CH/A, ceiling House. Large lot, Cot I ' A LL SE LL! Y rTS
is currently taking fans, stove & refrigerator. tondale. Call 638-7555, "' ' a .' l *
applications for F R. E E 547-2014. ' , ,
Front Desk/Receptionist. water/sewer/garbagel ' - -"-
If you would liketo work in Sorry no pets, or HUD. For Rent: 2 & 3 bed-
dedicated to helping For Rent: Unique 0Y T Li7i46*C Greats , Lh $ 1 9
people and you have , 2BR/2BA Screened porch r------ SPORT Wheels, and ' $ 1 3
excellent phone skills, a apartment. Non Smoker, 1 eFunlshedl 2BRIBA 05 T RAV4 Alloy Clean Sharp! ,
pleasant, outgoing small' pet, references I mrelee nome.Water &!
personality and very good 850-547-3494 or Igarbage furnished; ve l
organizing skills, then 850-532-2177 clean. NoPet 06 TOYOTA CAMRY XLE Clean CertifiedCar PricedAt Only $ 5 898
youquaifytoworkwithNEW Ridgewood Oeenhf Leather, We e
Experience in dealing with Tle , .P EST' Uu A AV L Greenhead area. 06nofAloy W s arp,
' people is a plus and all RErS 4BR/2BA. Mobile Home . . . . .
applicants must have I RATEES ill BOI~iFAy I for rent; $600 per month,
verifiable history of being slualc' stamrlg ar $275 f $400 s er in-h ' T
Pbleaso get fax sdo$400 Security deposAtuls- 07 4 RUN NER SR5 V 6 Alloy Wheels, Low Miles, Priced To Go! I.I $22 989
P 2ase fax Resume I udes ALL utilities,gar- "I 638-8220. Progressive Re-
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Management tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- ' MORE TO CHOOSE FROM I
les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
Hardees 6130 & 2b, ba, avail8 Total All Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Factory To Dealer Cash Incenllves Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presate.
is looking for experi- elec. '(850)-258-4868 or
enced managers in the 2 br, 2 ba, on Sunny Hills 8 5 0 - 2 0 9 - 8 8 4 7
following locations: Golf Course, new carpet, www.charloscountryliv- Remember, You
Bonifay, Chattahoo- $750/mo+dep incls W/S/G ing.com
chee, Graevil, Cot- & 4rnds of golf 773-3619' meT
tondale, Chipley, and Park, on Transmitter Rd, n
Youngstown. Panama City 850-960-0619
We offer competitive City 850 Us, Just Give Us
offer competitive 6140 Circle J Mobile Home Pas-' 2961 Pe Ave., M arianna, FL
salaries and benefits. I 6140 i Chipley, 850-691-9224 en n . A ve . ar n a iven
please contact pliances furnished. Clean, 5262 Alabama St. 2&3 /BR (850 526-3511 * 1-800-423-800 2 A Ca We'll
Kathy Holt smoke free, no pets. Water units for rent, starting I a .85 6 t 11 4 .- I.t TO YOU
at & garbage pick-up. Near $350 per mo For infq cali Check us out at: www.iariannatoyota.comnI
850-547-9007 Graceville. 263-2748. 850-691-9224hm
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