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Northwest Florida Community Hospital was
among the 25 percent of Florida hospitals voted
as the state's best in a magazine survey in 2006.
Here the staff celebrates the event that year.
JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor


Hospital undergoing changes

New patient rooms among improvement projects


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY - Northwest Florida
Community Hospital CEO Pat
Schlenker believes the,hospital has
come a long way since 2003, and
he was on hand Thursday at the
monthly breakfast of the Washing-
ton County Chamber of Commerce
to provide an update.
Schlenker's management took
over the hospital on March 1,2003.
"It was a challenge, and we
knew it would be," he said.
The hospital had lost about $5
million in the previous four years
and lost $1.9 million of that in 2003,
as well as $1.2 million in additional
expenses. Schlenker said that situ-
ation has changed.
"With a lot of hard work and
prayers, we were able to turn
things around and make a substan-
tial contribution to the future of
health care in Washington County,"
he said.
The lease with Washington
County calls for an investment of
$2.8 million in its first 10 years.
"There is $5.5 million invested to
date," Schlenker said.
The hospital is using an aggres-
sive marketing strategy, and Cham-
ber members viewed the hospital's
television commercial that high-
lighted improvements made in the
past nine years, with the theme "We
Treat You better Than Home."
"We could not have done this


without the support of the staff,
community and our 28 volunteers,"
Schlenker said.
The emergency room is much
improved, with what Schlenker
described as the shortest waiting
time compared with 25 top-rated
Critical Access Hospitals in the na-
tion. A close relationship with the
AirHeart medical helicopter ser-
vice is also featured.
The ER is an essential compo-
nent of the community care in the
contract with Washington County
Commission.
"Under the lease agreement,
we have to provide charity care for
a figure not less than that of 2003,
which was $257,000," Schleriker
said.
Last year that figure was $2.6
million, as well as writing off $1.4
million in bad debt.
Added to that is a $2.1 million
shortfall in Medicaid payments, as
the hospital is paid just 40 cents for
every dollar of Medicaid costs.
Despite these additional costs,
Schlenker said the hospital has
made a great deal of improve-
ments.
Patient rooms are due for com-
plete replacement. Wellness En-
vironmental of Nashville, Tenn., is
doing a $1.2 million project in which
it will build completely new rooms
and bring them to Chipley. The
old rooms will be demolished and
new rooms put in their place. The
work would be done in phases so
rooms would always be open. Work


is scheduled to begin in 30-45 days
and would take about three months
per stage.
Other improvements include:
*24/365 imaging reading, with
a 30-minute turnaround to provide
figures to board-certified physi-
cians
*A full surgical suite
*Customized swing bed thera-
py
*There are 55 physicians, 12
nurse practitioners and 73 nurses
associated with the hospital, with a
total of 220 employees
*Home health care serves
six surrounding counties, includ-
ing therapy service in a patient's
home.
*Awide range ofwomen's health
programs
*A number of technology im-
provements, including improved
or new MRI, CAT scan, X-ray, ul-
trasound and nuclear medicine
services
Several Chamber members
complimented the hospital on its
service. Gulf Power manager Dar-
rin Wall said he and his family have
used the hospital numerous times,
"and the care there is as good as
anywhere I have been," he said.
County Commission ,Chairman
Bill Howell added, "As Commis-
sion chairman, I hear a lot of things
about how bad the hospital is, but
I've talked with several people late-
ly that are very pleased with the
service. I just feel they are doing a
great job."


"I've talked with several people lately that are very pleased
with the service. Ijustfeel they are doing a greatjob."

Bill Howell, County Commission Chairman, on Northwest Florida Community Hospital's service


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Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY - Like many health
care professionals, Northwest
Florida Community Hospital
Chief Executive Officer Pat
Schlenker is concerned about
much of the proposed federal
health care legislation. Schlen-
ker believes that changes are
necessary but questions much
of what is coming out of Wash-
ington, D.C. He discussed his
views in an interview Thursday.
"There is no question that we


need changes," Schlenker said,
including costs, portability of
insurance policies and dealing
with patients with pre-existing
conditions and the near monop-
oly major insurance companies
have in many states.
Among Schlenker's concerns
is Blue Cross and Blue Shield of
Alabama charging policy hold-
ers a large co-pay if they have
tests sent to any lab but the one
the insurance company has a
contract with, a policy Schlen-
ker said has caused NFCH to
lose out on about 6,500 lab tests
a year.


While Schlenker believes
changes are necessary, he is
concerned about several ele-
ments of proposed legislation.
"They are talking about pay-
ing 50 percent of health care by
reducing Medicaid and Medi-
care payments to providers," he
said.
"But 50 percent of hospitals
lose money on Medicare, and
now they are talking about re-
ducing it further." With Medic-
aid reimbursement at only 40
cents of every dollar, "this is
See CHAMBER A4


JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
Schlenker describes concerns about
health care legislation.


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arrested in


burglary

Sheriff: Department has
seen more burglaries lately

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
WAUSAU - A Wausau,
woman is behind bars in
Washington County jail
after being charged in a
$20,000 burglary.
Washington County
Sheriff's Office arrested
Samantha McKinney Cart-
er, 39, and M
charged her
with grand
theft, tres-
passing of
an occupied
structure,
and dealing
in stolen SAMANTHA
property. McKINNEY
Jewelry CARTER
was re-
ported stolen from an ad-
dress on Forrest Avenue
in Wausau, Investigators
traced several itemS ofjew-
elry to pawnshops in Wash-
ington and Bay counties
and arrested Carter earlier
in the week in connection
with the July burglary.
See ARREST A4

Women's Network

donates to

pregnancy center
Special to the
Washington County News
CHIPLEY - The West
Florida Pregnancy & Fam-
ily Center of Chipley and
Bonifay benefited from a
newly formed network for
area professional women.
Center volunteer Lydia
Kneiss was on hand at
Gloria's in downtown Chi-
pley to receive the dona-
tion from Gloria Potts on
behalf of the Professional
Women's Network.
Kneiss described the
work of the center, which
opened in April 2002 and
is a support organization
for girls and women in cri-
sis pregnancies and facing
other needs. The center
is Christian-based and is
supported by many area
churches, she said.
See DONATION A4


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Saturday, September 19, 2009


One South celebrates groundbreaking


From staff reports
CHIPLEY - The area's newest bank celebrated its groundbreaking Fri-
day as One South Bank officially began construction of its new building
on Main Street (State 77 South) across from Washington Square Shop-
ping Center.
Management, staff members, local officials and others were on hand
at the event, hosted by the Washington County Chamber of Commerce.
The building is scheduled to be completed in April 2010 and will be 6,000
square feet, featuring four drive-through lanes, a drive-up ATM and a
night depository.
"We appreciate the way our community has embraced and supported
its new local bank and helped us outgrow our temporary facility in the
Washington Square Shopping Center" said One South Bank Chairman
and CEO, Kim Davis Wilson.
"The One South Bank difference is that our local board members are
deeply rooted in this tri-county community and care about the financial
well being of our customers who are also our friends and neighbors. It is
our privilege to bring a new, locally headquartered, well capitalized bank'
to serve Washington, Holmes and Jackson Counties."
"All banking decisions are made here in Chipley by people who un-
derstand our community and know our people - not based on a comput-
er program or consultation with authorities in another town or state,"
said Andrew Fleener, Executive Vice President.
Participating in the design and construction of the new building were
the architectural firm of Jinright, Ryan and Lynn in, David Melvin, Inc.
Engineering and Faulkner Construction Company, along with a host of
local companies.
One South Bank is Washington County's only locally chartered and
headquartered FDIC insured bank. All deposits are insured by the FDIC
up to $250,000, and non-interest bearing deposits are guaranteed by the
FDIC for the entire amount in the account in addition to and separate
from the FDIC's general deposit insurance coverage.
To learn more about One South Bank, call 415-6870 or visit www.one-
southbankcom.


PHOTO BY CECILA SPEARS I Staff Writer
One South Bank management, staff, contractors and local
officials get ready to make the dirt fly at the groundbreaking
for the new building Friday in Chipley.


Southern Scholarship Foundation representatives at Kiwanis


CHIPLEY - Courtney
Stombock, chief develop-
ment officer for the South-
ern Scholarship Founda-
tion was guest speaker at
the weekly Kiwanis Club
luncheon on Tuesday,
Sept. 8. Stombock said
that one of her purposes
in visiting Chipley is to
encourage more students
from the Panhandle of
Florida to apply for assis-
tance to the Foundation.
The Southern Schol-
arship Foundation pro-
vides housing to eligible
students at four universi-
ties in Florida, University
of Florida, Florida State
University, Florida A&M
and Florida Gulf Coast
University in Fort Myers.
The Foundation has
25 houses on the four uni-
versity campuses with
17-20 students in each
house. In order to qualify,
students have to main-
tain a 3.0 or higher grade
point average. All stu-
dents have to drug and


alcohol free.
There are separate
houses for male and fe-
male students. Students
are chosen from all over
Florida. Almost all stu-
-dents'have part time jobs.
The Foundation tries to
choose students who need
assistance the most.
William Lemmon, a
student at FSU, explained
how the houses are run.
Each house has student
officers and each house
has a budget to cover the
cost of utilities and food,
while the Foundation ab-
sorbs maintenance costs.
The residents cook and
clean. The process of bal-
ancing the budget and
Maintaining the house
helps them prepare for
life.
More information
about the Southern Schol-
arship Foundation can be
found at www. southern-
scholarship.org
A group of Kiwanis
members from the Boni-


fay Kiwanis Club also at-
tended. Their spokesman
announced the 65th An-
nual Northwest Florida
Championship Rodeo,
which will be held on Oct.
1, 2 and 3 at Memorial
Field in Bonifay. More in-
formation is available at
www.bonifayrodeo.org.
The next Kiwanis
event is the annual Ki-
wanis Golf Tournament.
It will be held Saturday,
Nov. 14 at the Sunny
Hills Golf and Country
Club course. Chairman
Colby Peel will release
information about team
entries and sponsorships
shortly.
The club meets Tues-
days at Pattillo's Res-
taurant in the middle of
the Washington-Holmes
County Technical Center
(WHTC) at noon. For an
invitation to lunch, con-
tact any Kiwanian or call
Elaine Chadwell, Mem-
bership Chairperson, at
258-3142.


Doctors Memorial learning luncheon on Monday


BONIFAY - Doctor's Me-
morial Hospital will host
its next learning luncheon
on Monday, Sept. 28 from
12 - 1 p.m. in the confer-
ence room. Guest speaker
will be Dr. Timothy Klep-
per, general surgeon for


the hospital. Dr. Klepper
will be providing informa-
tion about a new choice of
treatment for heartburn
and acid reflux. Dr. Klep-
per has been on staff at
Doctors Memorial since
2007 and is board certified


in general and advanced
laparoscopic procedures.
For more information
or to make your reserva-
tion for the Learning Lun-
cheon, call 547-8193.
The cost .is $5 for
lunch.


Washington County Chamber of Commerce




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Sat. & Sun., Nov. 21-22, 2009
Washington County Agricultural Center
Chipley, Florida


Register now for booth space at the 2009 Outdoor Expo and
Gun & Knife Show in Washington County, Fla.
Share your sport and recreation products and services with
thousands of sports enthusiasts in North Florida
and the surrounding area.
The 2009 Outdoor Expo is the host site for the
area's premier Gun & Knife Show.
Multi-media Expo promotion will reach more than 92,000
consumers in an 8-countyarea. All exhibitors also receive FREE
advertising in the official 2009 Outdoor Expo Program, with
12,000-plus distribution in Washington and Holmes counties.
For Exhibitor Application, as well as information on


the show and program advertising:
Visit: www.wcexpo.org
fCh- ber email: info@wcexpo.org
Call 850.638.4157
ofWashington County
SFor additional advertising information in the official program of the
2009 Outdoor Expo contact Washington County News at 850-638-0212.


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SUBMITTED PHOTO
Courtney Stombock and William Lemmon of Southern
Scholarship Foundation spoke at-Kiwanis.


Nurse

charged by

attorney

general's

office
TALLAHASSEE - Attorney
General Bill McCollum to-
day announced that a Jack-
son County nurse has been
taken into custody in con-
nection with the neglect of
a disabled victim under her
care. Sherreca Watford, a
licensed practical nurse,
was arrested-by the At-
torney General's Medicaid
Fraud Control Unit with as-
sistance from the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office.
Investigators with the
Medicaid Fraud Control
Unit began investigating
Watford, 28, after receiving
information from the Flori-
da Department of Children
and Families, Adult Protec-
tive Services.
According to the inves-
tigation, during her eight-
hour shift at Bonifay Nurs-
ing and Rehab Center, Wat-
ford knowingly disregarded
a physician's.orders to suc-
tion a patient's trachea. As
a result, the victim went
into respiratory distress, a
life-threatening situation,
and had to be transported
to a local emergency room,
where care was provided.
Watford also falsified the
victim's medical records to
make it appear as though
she conducted the trachea
suctioning as ordered, ac-
cording to the investiga-
tion.
Watford is charged with
one count of neglect of a
disabled adult, a third-de-
gree felony, and one count
of falsifying medical re-
cords, a misdemeanor. If
convicted, -she faces up to
five years in prison and a
$5,000 fine. The case will be
prosecuted by the State At-
torney's Office for the 14th
Judicial Circuit.


NOTICE OF


PROPOSED


TAX INCREASE


The Washington


County


Commissioners has tenta


Board of County

tively adopted a


measure to increase its property levy.


Last year's property-tax levy:

A. Initially proposed tax levy..$8,206,268

B. Less tax reductions due to Value


Adjustment Board and other

assessment changes...........$


13,215


C. Actual property tax levy.....$8,193,053

This year's proposed tax levy.......$8,516,612


All concerned citizens are invited to attend a

public hearing on the tax increase to be held

on

Thursday, September 24, 2009

5:05 p.m.

at

1331 South Boulevard

Chipley, Florida


A FINAL DECISION on the proposed tax

increase and the budget will be made at this

hearing.


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Saturday, September 19, 2009


Local


Washington County News I A3


Football throw contest under way


CHIPLEY - One South
Bank has teamed up with
the Chipley Tigers and
the CHS "Spirit of the Ti-
ger" Band to give fans an
opportunity to showcase
their football skills and
have' a shot at winning a
2009 Husqvarna 4x4 Util-
ity Vehicle loaded with op-
tions, from Lane's Outdoor
Equipment at this season's
home games.
One South Bank will
sponsor a 30-yard Football
Throw Contest during half-
time of each home foot-
ball game this season at
Chipley's Phillip Rountree
Memorial Stadium. One
lucky fan will be selected
during the second quar-
ter of each home game by
random drawing to show-
case their football skills
and attempt to success-
fully throw a 30-yard target
pass. A successful throw
wins,the grand prize.
Tickets will be sold by
CHS "Spirit of the Tiger"
Band Boosters during pre-
game and first quarter of
each game. All funds col-
lected will be used to sup-


port the CHS band pro-
gram.
All participants must be
present to win and are sub-
ject to the rules, terms and
conditions of the contest.
The following shall be
ineligible to participate:
SCurrent or former
professional or semi pro-
fessional football play-
ers or coaches who have
played or coached at that
level anywhere in the
world; current or former
college or Olympic football
players or coaches who
have played or coached at
that level anywhere in the
world; current or former
high school football play-
ers or coaches who have
played or coached at that
level anywhere in the world
within the past five years.
* Current or former
employees, family mem-
bers, agents, successors or
assignees of the One South
Bank or any promotional
agency involved with-this
promotion.
* A limit of two Grand
Prizes will be awarded dur-
ing this contest.


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The cows are coming
The first ever Chipley
High School Cow Chip Fes-
tival will take place on Sat-
urday, Sept. 26, at the new
Chipley High School athlet-
ic complex. This event is a
school wide fundraiser that
is sponsored by the Chipley
FFA Chapter, CHS Baseball,
Volleyball and Golf teams.
Many events are being.
planned, but the highlight
of the event will be the Cow
Chip Bingo that will take
place on the CHS baseball
field beginning at noon.
Three cows will roam the
field and do "what comes
naturally". If one of the
cows does their business
on your square, you will be
a winner. Deeds to squares
are available for a $5 dona-
tion from members of the
FFA, baseball, volleyball
and golf teams. A deed en-
titles you to 1-yard square
on the field. Prizes will be
awarded up to $250, $500,
and $1,000 depending on
the total deeds sold. Other
events are being planned.
Concessions and bake sales
will also be available.


JROTC BBQ
The Chipley High School
JROTC Program is having
a BBQ plate sale on Sept. 26.
The plates will include bar-
beque ribs, baked beans, po-
tato salad or coleslaw, des-
sert and a drink The cost of
the plates will be $6.00 each.
Slabs of ribs can be ordered
at $15.00 each. The plates or
slabs can be picked up from
11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you
would like to buy tickets you
can contact JROTC at 850-
638-6100 extension 503 or
Sherrie at 850-726-0052, or
see any JROTC cadet.

Powder Puff football
The Student Council,
sponsored by Carol C.
Schimpf, is sponsoring the
Powder Puff football game;
which will be held on Fri-
day, Sept. 25 at 6:30 p.m. at
the Philip Rountree football
stadium. All grades will be
participating and earning
points for the Homecom-
ing class competition. The
game will be open to the
public for an admission fee
of $3.


The game schedule will
be as follows:
* First Quarter - Ju-
niors vs. freshmen ,
* Second Quarter - Se-
niors vs. sophomores
* Third Quarter - Los-
ing teams from first and
second quarter play for
third and fourth place
* Fourth Quarter- Win-
ning teams from first and
second quarter play for first
and second place
The games will be played
as flag football (no tackling).
There will be referees and
announcers. Girls will be
players. Boys from each
grade will be cheerleaders.


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Football players from each
grade will be team coaches.
Team shirts will be avail-
able. See Schimpf for order
forms.
Practices will be on Sat-
urday, Sept. 19 from 9 a.m.-
noon (optional practice) and
the mandatory practice on
Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. on campus at the
practice fields behind the
CHS. Students are respon-
sible for their own transpor-
tation.
Note: Only those stu-
dents participating as
players, coaches, or cheer-
leaders will be allowed in
. the practice areas.


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FLOOD PLAINS AND WETLANDS,
EARLY PUBLIC NOTICE

DATE: September 19,2009

RECIPIENT: City of Vernon

ADDRESS: 2808 Yellow Jacket Drive
Vernon, FL 32462

CONTACT: Sharon Cobb, City Clerk

The City of Vernon, Florida is considering making
improvements at Shady Grove Park and Sportsplex
Park in Service Area #1 and installing a new potable
water well, water treatment plant and water transmission
line to serve all of the customers on the City's water
system in Service Area #2 as part of a Small Cities
Community Development Bl.,[ Grant Neighborhood
Revitalization Project #09DB-4N-02-77-02-N 6. A
portion of the project will be located in the 100 year
flood plain. The activities include the installation of
handicapped accessible parking as well as a restroom
at Sportsplex Park and walkways at each venue in
Service Area #1 and the construction of a new potable
water well. treatment plant and water transmission line
to serve all the customers on the City's water system in
Service Area #2.

The City of Vernon is interested in discussing alternatives
to this project and securing public perceptions of possible
adverse impacts that could result from the project and
possible minimization measures. Please send written
comments to: Sh.,,r-n Cobb. City Clerk. 2808 Yellow
Jacket Drive. Vernon. FL 32462. Written comments
will be received until October 5. 2009.


CHS PLANS FAMILY WEEKEND


Fisher L. Alberson

Fisher L. Alberson, 96, of Atlanta, GA
passed away on September 12, 2009.
He had a distinguished career as a
residential builder and land developer.
He is survived by his wife of 72 years,
Marjorie, and his son, Larry. He was
predeceased by his daughter, Brenda
Alberson Thompson, and his son, Gary
Alberson. He was a devoted grandfather
to eight grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren. He was a charter member
of Northside Drive Baptist Church.
Funeral Services were held at Northside
Drive Baptist Church, Thursday,
September 17, 2009. Interment followed
in Arlington Memorial Park.

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BUDGET SUMI ARY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
WASHINGTON COUNTY
FIsCAL YEAR 2009 - 1010
D ESOPORPE HT OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF WASHINGTON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONS ARE 1 5 %


LESS THAN LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES.

MILLAGE PER $1,000.00
GENERAL FUND 8.6185

SPECIAL DEBT
GENERAL TRANSPORT REVENUE SERVICE TOTAL
FUND FUND FUND FUND. BUDGET
CASH BALANCE FORWARD 378,236.00 292,886.00 3,209.444.00 525,000.00 4,405,566.00
ESTIMATED REVENUES:
TAXES:_
AD VALOREM TAX 8,566,612.00 460,000.00 9,026,612.00
NON AD VALOREM TAX
SALES, USES & GAS TAX 1,241,356.00 965,419.00 1,400.00 664,879.00 2.873,054.00
BUILDING PERMITS _205,800.00 205,800.00
CHARGES FOR SERVICES 126,588.00 5,000.00 172,170.00 303,758.00
INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES 2,289,240.00 904,230.00 12,379,446.00_ 15,572,916.00
FINES & FORFEITURES 24,000.00 354,400.00 378,400.00
MISCELLANEOUS 81,000.00 962,208.00 1,043,208.00

TOTAL REVENUES AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES 12,707,032.00 2,167,535.00 .17,744,868.00 1,189,879.00 33,809,314.00
SLESS 5% (616,440.00) (93,733.00) (23,000.00) (733,173.00)
TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES AND 12,090,592.00 2,073,802.00 17,721,868.00 1,189,879.00 33,076,141.00
BALANCES
TRANSFER INS 473,372.00 664,879.00 2,510,597.00 832,340.00 4,481,188.00
BALANCES 12,563,964.00 2,738,681.00 20,232,465.00 2,022,219.00 37,557,329.00

EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 4,243,245.00 928,55700 5,171,802.00
PUBLIC SAFETY 4,103,814.00 2,611,480.00 6,715,294.00
PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT 86,000.00 523,326.00 609,326.00
TRANSPORTATION 2,727,681.00 5.845,869.00 8,573,550.00
ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 174,561.00 1,346,248.00 1,520,809.00
HUMAN RESERVICES 469,556.00 36,000.00 505,556.00
CULTURE/RECREATION 432,456.000 540,901.00 973,357.00
CAPITAL OUTLAY 17,165.00 11,000.00 5,869,312.00 5,897,477.00
DEBT SERVICE 1,026,841.00 1,026,841.00

TOTAL EXPENDITURES/EXPENSES 9,526,797.00 2,738,681.00 17,701,693.00 1,026,841.00 .' 34,012.00
COiN T',iGENC r 1,751,630.00 _ 330,499.00 2.082,129.00
TOTAL APPROPRIATED ____
EXPENDITURES AND CONTINGENCIES 9,526,797.00 2,738,681.00 19,453,323.00 1,357,340.00 33,076,141.00
TRANSFER OUTS 3,037,167.00 779,142.00 664,879.00 4,481,188.00
TOTAL E -PEND':TUPES 12.563,964.00 2,738,681.00 , 20,232,465.00 2,022,219.00 37,557.329.00

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DONATION from page Al


"It's a great opportunity
and a mission opportunity,"
Kneiss said, "because when-
ever someone walks in the
door, they need something."
That something is every-
thing from moral support
to references for adoption,
baby supplies and mater-
nity clothes. Kneiss told the
story of one girl that came
in recently that the cen-
ter found a job for. Another
thought she was going to get
an abortion, but after "tak-
ing every single pamphlet,"
the 16-year-old girl decided
to keep her baby.
The center does not pro-
vide referral to abortion ser-
vices, because of its Chris-
tian principles, Kneiss said.
"We, are getting more
calls thinking we are an
abortion clinic that ever,"
she said, with many women
saying they can't afford to
have a baby in the current
economic climate.
The center has seen 650
clients and has seen 80 cli-
ents make Christian com-
mitments. Mothers that
came to' the center have
given birth to 240 babies.


The center also offers
parenting classes, men's
classes, reading tutorials
and other services. For more
information, call 638-0611.

About the network
The all-volunteer Pro-
fessional Women's Network
has little formal organi-
zational structure and no
.attendance requirements,
but offers opportunities for
businesswomen in the area
to come together to share
resources and support ser-
vices.
"There are no dues or
officers," said Paula Waller.
"We want to truly network
and provide support."
"It's an informal network
of women to provide oppor-.
tunities for information and
to network," she added.
The next meeting is at
Gloria's on Oct. 15 at 5 p.m.
For more information about
the Professional Women's
Network, call Paula Waller
at 638-1336 or Zena Corbin
at 638-1503, or visit www.
BusinessWomensNetwork.
biz.


JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
Gloria Potts presents donation to Lydia Kneiss for the West Florida Pregnancy & Family Center.


legal activity as a result of
both the downward turn of
the economy and the rise in
drug activity," Sheriff Bobby
Haddock said. "People need
to vigilant to protect their
homes by initiating basic
security measures, as well
as, being extremely care-
ful of whom they let in their
home."


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pretty illogical," he added.
One supplement to
health care legislation re-
duces reimbursement by
20 percent, and Schlenker
said dealing with' such a
provision means either
reducing service or cut-
ting staff "big time," and
therefore reducing quality
of service.
Cutting reimbursement
for Medicare also means
consequences for elder
care.
"You cannot cut Medic-
aid reimbursement and not
cut service to the elderly,:'
Schlenker said.
He noted 'that critical-
access facilities like NFCH
get cost-based reimburse-
ment for Medicare service,
but such cuts could affect
care at other hospitals.
One consequence could
be "rationing care," al-
though Schlenker said, "I
can't believe legislators
would pass anything that
would deny seniors hip
replacements or bypass


surgery. But by reducing
payments, in away, it will,"
with waiting lists probable.
Schlehker also noted
plans to bring about 30 per-
cent of the up to 50 million
people uninsured accord-
ing to some figures into the
system.
"That's an awful lot of
people to be paying for,"
Schlenker said.
Schlenker also noted
the question of uninsured
and the 50 million figure.
"There are 10 million
truly indigent we need to
take care of," he said, but
said that 40-50 percent of
the 50 million figure are
self-paid that have the
ability to but elect not to.
He said that much of their
health problems stem from
lifestyle choices, including
smoking, alcohol abuse
and other issues.
The NFCH emergency
room serves about 10,000
patients a year, and about
one-third do not have in-
surance, Schlenker said.


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LaShaun Henderson's death
To Sam, Please understand that
there are those of us who know
your godly character and stand
behind you in this very difficult
time. We trust that this conflict
will be resolved and your name
cleared. To LaShaun's family,
we are so very sorry for your
loss. I could not imagine the
pain of losing a child. Although
the pain is fresh, please un-
derstand that Sam is a good-
hearted, godly young man who
is suffering also. Some of us
who support him are praying
for you with just as much fervor
... that God might comfort you '
in your time of loss. There is no
doubt that your daughter was.a
victim of this circumstance. Sam
shouldn't be the second.
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A young girl died. THIS is tragic
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Fish Fry at
Five Points
FIVE POINTS - Five
Points Crime Watch will
hold a fish fry on Sept. 24
starting at 6 p.m. Bring a
covered dish to share. Call
Henry Day at 535-2657 for
more information.

Junior Achievement
seeks volunteers
Junior Achievement of
Northwest Florida needs
volunteers to help make
a difference by bringing
hands-on eXperiences to a
Junior Achievement class-
room on special event.
Sponsors are also need-
ed. Sponsorships are avail-
able for $500; ,$2,500 and
$5,000.
Call Junior Achieve-
ment of NW Florida at 850-
871-4247 or email jabay@
knology.net for more infor-
mation.

TDC monthly
meeting
The Washington Coun-
ty Tourist Development
Council will hold its month-
ly meeting on Sept. 28, at
5 p.m. in the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce Boardroom, located'
at 672 Fifth St.

It's Trunk
or Treat time
CHIPLEY - Merchants
and community officials
are needed to help with
year's event. Decorate
your vehicle and be pre-
pared to handout lots of
candy. More than 2,000
children participated in
last year's event.
Trunk or Treat is
scheduled for Oct. 31 from
5:30-7:30 p.m. at the his-
toric Chipley High School
on Fifth Street in Chipley.
Contact event coordi-
nators Mike Lee at 638-
7892 or Kevin Russell at
260-9279 by Oct. 9 to re-
serve a space.

Wausau Garden Club
learns about pruning
WAUSAU - Bill Maphis
of Maphis Tree Farm, was
guest speaker at the Sept.
16 meeting of the Wausau
.Garden Club where he
discussed pruning prac-
tices.
Rules to follow include
thinking about why you
are pruning; taking out
the dead limbs for healthi-
er trees and shrubs; never
pruning away more than
one-third of the plant; and
always pruning so the bot-
tom of the plant gets as
much sun as the top.
Maphis also pointed
out that if gardeners use
the right plant for any
location, they would re-
duce their need to prune.
His point was not, to put
a plant that will grow' to
20 feet somewhere that
you only want a 4-foot tall
plant.
Before pruning a plant
Maphis said do some
studying. Know how to
prune and when to prune a
particular plant.
During the business
portion of the meeting two
new members, Wanda Ea-
ton and Margaret Eckerle,
were introduced.
The club will host a
Plant and Yard Sale on Sat-
urday, Oct. 3 across from
the Wausau Post Office on
Highway 77 beginning at 7
a.m.
There will be a District
II Florida Federation of
Garden Clubs meeting
Oct. 8 at the Civic Center
in Graceville.
Club officials also an-
nounced they are looking
into a trip to Callaway Gar-
dens, Ga.; Bellingrath Gar-
dens in Mobile, Ala., or Mc-
Clay Gardens in Tallahas-
see in the spring of 2010.


Jerry Obert Memorial
Golf Tournament
BONIFAY - West Florida
Baptist Association will
sponsor a benefit golf


tournament on Sept. 26
at Dogwood Lakes Golf
Club, 1934 Country Club
Drive, Bonifay. The four-
person scramble begins
with a shotgun start at
8 a.m. Cost is $200 per
team. Hole sponsorships
are available for $50 each.
Proceeds will go to
Love in Action Outreach
Ministries. For more in-
formation and tourna-
ment rules, call 638-0182
or e-mail wfba05@bell
south.net.

Swinging for
Scholarships
Tri-County Home


Builders Association will
host its annual Swinging
for Scholarships golf tour-
nament on Nov. 7 at Indian
Springs Golf Club. Shot-
gun start is at 8:30 a.m.
with lunch and awards to
follow.
This is a four-person/
select shot format. En-
try fee is $70 per person,
with proceeds going to
the scholarship funds at
Chipola College and Wash-
ington Holmes Technical
Center. Hole sponsorships
are also available for $100
each. For more informa-
tion, call Debbie McCrary
at 638-4436 or Tammy
Dean at 48-8802.


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file their claims with this Wholesale Land, LLC, Tim- Complaint. more particularly de- the Southwest Quarter of der for cash on the front cepted.
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S OF THREE MONTHS AF- Kieimeyer, William Morgan of the Court on this 21 day EXHIBIT A North, Range 13 West to County Courthouse in ington County News Sep- de-wormings, litter box
TER THE DATE OF THIS and Edward Rogers, Jr., of Aug., 2009. Lots 5 and 10 of an unre- the Point of Beginning. Chipley, Florida, at 11:00 member 5, September 12 trained, health certificates.
muCENEw r FIRST PUBLICATION OF Defendants. Clerk of the Court corded subdivision of the Any person claiming an in- a.m. (CT), on the 19 day of September 19, September $350. $100 deposit re-
1100 Legal Advertising THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY By: K.McDaniel Southwest Quarter of the terest in the surplus from October, 2009, the follow- 26, 2009 quired. 850-638-4891 or
1110 - ClassifiedNotices DAYS AFTER THE DATE Notice of Action Deputy Clerk Southwest Quarter of Sec- the sale, if any, other than ing described property set 850-532-5808
1120 - Public Notices/ OF SERVICE OF A COPY To: Wholesale Land, LLC, As published in the tion 27, Township 4 North, the property owner as of forth in the Summary Final LEGAL NOTICE
Announcements OF THIS NOTICE ON Timothy E. Oshesky, Mark Washington County News Range 13 West, Washing- the date of the lis pend- Judgment: REQUEST FOR AUTO,
1125- Carpools & THEM. Kleimeyer, William Morgan August 29, September 5, ton County, Florida, de- ens, must file a claim Lots 43 and 44, Block B of PROPERTY, AND INLAND
Rideshare All other creditors of the and Edward Rogers, Jr., 12,19,2009. scribed as follows: com- within sixty (60) days after Deer Run Ranchettes, ac MARINE 2 130
1140 - HopinAds decedent and persons and To All Others Whom It menacing at the Northwest the sale. cording to the plat thereof
1150 - Personals having claims or demands May Concern: Corner of the Southwest DATED: 8/25/09 as recorded in Plat Book NOTICE IS HEREBY Poultry to buy & or sale.
116 - Lost against the decedent's es- You arehereby notified IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Quarter of the Southwest UNDA HAYES COOK 3, Page(s) 200-203 of the GIVEN that WASHINGTON Ducks, geese, chicken and
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contingent or unliquidated on thfollowing parcelof JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INAND thence run South 89 de- By: J.C. Rogers ington County, Florida In by nd through its Board 850-547-3129 or Cell #
__W____i_____ _ claims, must file dron their real roertlow catedin FOR WASHINGTON agrees 02 minutes 40 sec- Deputy Clerk addition-to a 1991 Destiny of County Commissioners, 850415-2998.
claims with this Court Washington County, Flor COUNTY, FLORIDA bonds East, 353.90 feet to a Garvin B. Bowden, Esq, Mobile Home ID #026580. is requesting proposals
WITHIN THREE MONTHS ida, described as follows: CASE NO.09-CA-221 Point of Beginning; thence Gardner, Bist, Wiener, Any person claiming an in- from qualified firms to pro-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT AFTER THE DATE OF THE All of Blocks 1,2,6,7, and CAPITAL CITY BANK, continue South 89 degrees Wadsworth & Bowden PA. terest in the surplus from vide auto, property, and in-
IN AND FOR WASHING- FIRST PUBLICATION OF 8, Less and Except Lots Plaintiff, 02 minutes 40 seconds 1300 Thomaswood Drive the sale, if any, other than land marine insurance cov-
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, THIS NOTICE. 1,2,11 and 12, all being in vs. East, 650 feet; thence Tallahassee, Florida the property owner as of erage services for the
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Block 2, according to the JOHN ROBERT BROWN, South 0 degrees-33 min- 32308. the date of the Lis Pend- County for the fiscal year
CIRCUIT. FILED WILL BE FOREVER Plat of Greenhead in Sec JANE BROWN, WASHING- utes 35 seconds West, 100 As published in the'Wash- ens must file a claim within commencing October 1,
PROBATE DIVISION. BARRED. tion 8, Township 1 North, TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, feet to a point on a curve ington Qounty News Sep- sixty (60) days after the 2009, and ending Septem-
CASE NO.67-09-CP-041 The date of the first publi- Range 14 West. Said Plat and UNKNOWN concave to the East and temberT9,26,2009. sale. ber 30, 2010. ti
IN RE: ESTATE OF BER- cation of this Notice is: being on file in the Office TENANT(S), having a radius of 50 feet; WITNESS my hand and Proposals must contain M"
NARD DANIEL September 19, 2009. of the Clerk of the Circuit Defendants, thence Southwesterly IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, seal of the Court on the 14qualifications and exper-SE
FEMMINELLA, Charles Joseph Court of Washington alongsaid curve for an arc FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL dayof September,2009. nce for providing insur- 3100-Antiques
DECEASED. Femminella, Jr. County, Florida. NOTICE OF SALE PURSU- distance of 130.90 feet, CIRCUIT OF THE STATE Clerk of the Circuit Court ance coverages for coun- 3110-Appliances
Personal Representative of Together with the subject ANT TO CHAPTER 45 said arc having a chord of OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR By: J.C. Rogers ties and other govemmen- 3120 - Arts & Crafts
NOTICE TO CREDITORS the Estate of BERNARD property share of all Rights NOTICE is given pursuant 96.59 feet bearing South WASHINGTON COUNTY Deputy Clerk tl entities. 3130 - Auctions
The administration of the DANIEL Femminella, De- of Way as vacated in Res- to a Final Judgment of 15 degrees 33 minutes 35 CASE NO. 67-09-108 As published in the Wash- Specification for proposals 310 - Baby t em s
Estate of BERNARD DAN- ceased solution recorded in Official Foreclosure dated August seconds West; thence BAY BANK & TRUST CO., ington County News Sep- can be found at 310 - Business
IEL FEMMINELLA, De- 1 Oakwood Road, Records Book 736, Page 20, 2009, in Case No. South 0 degrees 33 min- a Florida banking corpora- member 19, 26,2009. www.washingtonfl.com Equipment
ceased, File No. Randolph, NJ-7869 309, Public Records of 09-CA-221, of the Circuit utes 35 seconds West, tion Six copies of your written 3170- collectibles
67-09-CP-041, is pending GERALD HOLLEY Washington County, Flor- Court of the Fourteenth Ju- 145.20 feet; thence North Plaintiff, NOTICE OF APPUCATION proposal to provide insur- 31800- Computers
in the Circuit Court for Attomey for Personal Rep- ida dicial Circuit, in and for 89 degrees 09 minutes 45 FORTAX DEED ance coverage services for 3190 - Electronics
Washington County, Flor- resentative Has been filed against you Washington County, Flor- seconds West, 600 feet; WILLIE JOE NELLUMS Noticeishereby given, WashingtonCounty shall 32 Fre Ps On
ida, Probate Division, the PO Box 268 and you are required to ida, in which CAPITAL thence North 0 degrees 33 and if deceased, his un- that Business Evaluation be fumished the County at 3220 - Furniture
address of which is PO Chipley, Florida 32428 serve a copy of your writ- CITY BANK is the Plaintiff minutes 35 seconds East, known heirs, devisees, & Appraisal Inc the 1331 South Boulevard, 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
Box 647, Chipley, Florida, 850-6384317 ten defenses, if any, to it and JOHN ROBERT 146.78 feet to a point on a creditors grantees and all holder of the following car- Chipley, 32428, no later 3240-Guns
32428. The name and ad- Fla. Bar No. 113722 on Steven L Applebau, BROWN, JANE BROWN, curve concave of the West ons claiming by, tathasfil than 3:00 p.m. on the 23rd 3250 - Good Things to Eat
on Steven L. Applebaum, persons claiming b,'icate, has fled said certt 3260 - Health & Fitness
dress of the Personal Rep- As published in. Ir, Wash- attomey for Plaintiff, whose and WASHINGTON and having a radius of 50 through, under or against icate for a TaxDeed to be day of September, 2009 3270 - Jwry/lothing
resentative and the Per- ington County rye -..B Sep- address is Post Office Box COUNTY, FLORIDA are feet; thence Northeasterly him, issued thereonr The certf- DATED this 9th day of 3280 - Machinery/
sonal Representative's at- timber 19,26,2009. 9454, Panama City Beach, defendants, I will sell to the along said curve for an arc Defendant. icate number and year of September, 2009. ' Equipment
tomey are set.forth below. Florida 32417, -on or be- highest and best bidder for distance of 130.90 feet, issuance, the description Peter Herbert, County 3290 - Medical Equipment
All creditors of the dec- In TheCircuitCourtOfThe fore Sept. 28, 2009, and cash at the front door of said arc having a chord of NOTICE OF SALE of the property, and the Manager3300-Miscellaneous
dent and other per s Fourteenth Judicial Circuit filethe original withthe theWashington County 96.59 feet bearing North NOTICE is hereby given names in which it was as- As published in the Wash- 3310 - Musiallnstruments
having claims or demands nature, din n CForty, Waef-ig 3320: Plants & Shrubs/
against decedent's estate, In And For Washington ClerkCourthouse in Chipley, 14 degrees 26 minutes 25 that pursuant to a Sum- sessed are as follows: ington County News Sep Supplies
against decedent's estate Cou Florida service on Plaintiff or i- Washington County, Flor- seconds West; thence mary Final Judgment in CERTIFICATE NO. 2730 member 12,16,19,2009. 3330- Restaurant/Hotel
includingnt or quoted Case No.: 67-09-CA-126 mediately thereafter. If you ida at 11:00 a.m. on Octo- North 0 degrees 33 min- Foreclosure dated the 14 YEAR OF ISSUANCE 3340 - Sporting Goods
Casd ofl: September,6. 2009 S S inr- 07
cain onwhomuacopyd ProspityBank, fail todo so, a default will be 5 2009, the pperty es 35 seconds East for day of September, 2009 in 07 3350 - Tickets (Buy& Sell)
claims, on whom a co Plaintiff. be entered against you for set forth in the Final Judg- 100 feet to the North line of the above-styled cause, I DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY: Parcel # 1110
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HM Lot 20, Block' 111; of COLORSELLS!
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Plat thereof, as recorded in COLORI. collections,
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through 79, of the Public I and be noticed I 850638-7304
Papers! One Call - One listings call (800)366-9813 approved program. Financial Records of Washington 1 638-0212 �
County, Florida. or
Order - One Payment The ext 9275. aid if qualified - Housing NAME IN WHICH AS- I 547r I
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CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT AUCTION
COLLECTIBLES Placement Assistance! CALL with great view, very private, COURT, WASHINGTON 3234 Main St. Vernon, FL.,
NOW: (877)994-9904. big trees, waterfalls & large By: J C s, (2nd uildng onleft)
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WARNING: THERE ARE Multi-Sellers. Selection
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Weekends Only - Ralph (800) mo! 3 br Foreclosure! $199/ HUNTING BARGAIN 48 AC/ OND ctob P erU AUC - Goopps FLH Au3 o2224.
S200 UNLESS THE BACK 2130 - Farm Animals 85-547-914
210-2606 mo!!"5% dw,"15 yrs @ 8% apr POND- $79,794 Timber Co AXESURESPA TOB 213 plies 850-547-9140.
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FORMATION, CONTACT 3 20
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638-6008 EXT 224. 1st shots, regularPs
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Stricklen's Carpentry. For Rent first in Chipley,
C&C Bookkeepin and Decks, Porches, New Mini Warehouses. If you
Tax Sece Open days Editions, Remodeling, don't have the room, "We
Tax Serviek. to 5 days Demolition, Utility Do" Lamar Townsend
a week 8am to 5p. Call Buildings Pump Sheds (850)638-4539, north of
(850)638-1483 Roof Work Townsends.
O (Shingles & Metal).
Call 850-535-0203.

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>*- Bush Hogging, Disking,
3' Will sit with the Elderly in food plots, gardens,
their home. Corn- ditches, fix roads, move
Headliners and Vinyl panionship, run errands, dirty WorksonlyonSatur
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the housekeeping, etc Call dy & Sunday 5474198,
work at your home or (850) 849-2535 or day3738 922.
workplace. Reasonable 850-547-5041.373922.
rates on new vinyl tops
and auto carpeting. Free W
estimates. Call anytime,. O
leave message. (850) . W
638-7351 Carpentry, pressure wash-
ing, lawn care, patio & win- B&M Mower Repair &
dow re-screening, great Service. Quality work at a
rates (850)638-4492 far price. Pckup & Deliv-
ery Available. Bill or Mary
S850)638-4492
Sewing Machine and Vac-
SOD & SEED on the farm, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
delivered or installed. Cen- anteed service on all
SWill Do Housewk or r tipede St. Augustine Br- makes and models. Free
you at your convenience, muda. West Florida Turf estimates. Western Auto,
Call 326-2898 and leave (850) 415-0385: 638-4860. 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
message if no answer. Established 1980 547-3910
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Estate Washer, large ca- LPN needed for fast 1 Bedroom apartment for Mobile Home for Rent: 3BR1BA House for sale rDeuak S springs 2006 Mitsubishi Galant
pacity, $200. Twin Flex paced Physicians office in rent, $350. and 1 apart- 3Bedroom 2 bath, w/1BR/1BA apartment & 6 I acre lots in city with all I $10500. Can been seen
Bed, $50. Small entertain the Bonifay area. Typing meant for $400. a month, $450/month, $200 deposit car garage. In Westville. I city utilities available. at: Community South
ment center, $15. skills required. Office deposit required, includes 850-547-3650 $35,000. 850- 260-4654. $500. down and $200. Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
850-849-0568. hours 8a.m.-6p.m., Mon; all utilities. 850-547-0956 SA Land Home Package mEnth. 850-6993599 AUl MA E , Chipley, FL
day - Thursday. Friday 1Bedroom apartment in Transmitter Mobile Home 5.5+ acres. 3BR/2BA Land For Sale: A Ti., qu&Co
8a.m.-12-noon Call Linda Bnifay, kitchen, living Park, on Transmitter Rd, in 7100 - Homes Home. Well & Septic A- acres on Yates Settle- Antique & Collecars
____ _ 850-768-1211. room, dining room. Panama City 850-960-0619 7105 - Open House lowance included, ashinon Spor uity Vehicles
3230 MedicalHealthFenced yard, water, sew- Circle J Mobile Home Park o711me $105000 CuntLrge oaks hig n810 sUtilityVehicles
Big Yard Sale, 1364 age, garbage, included. In Chipley, 850-691-9224 7120 Commercial For Info: 850638-7701 & dryuiet country living 8140 -Vans 8120
LeAnder Lane. Sat & Sun, physical Thera $425.00 month. 921 N 2nd St.; & Graceville 7130 - Condo/Townhouse quet country ling 8150 - cla
9-2. Free bag of clothes Ten850-547-5244 5262 Alabama St. 2&3/BR 7140 -Farms & Ranches Reduced 50K. et close to town For 81- motorcycles 99 Chevy Blazer. 123K
with $5 purchase Technicianunits for rent, starting @ 7150 -Lots and Acreage Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA more information, Call 170- Auo Paris miles. Runs & looks good.
with $5 purchase Entry level position. 1R Apartment in 350 per m For info ca 710 Moile Homes/Los like brand new beautiful day; 850-547-5070 ask for & Accessories ns.
r----S-T.-SEH No experience Chipley. Good location. 850-691-9224 7170- Waterfront lot w MaryAnn, Night; 8210- Boats $2400 OBO. 535-9672.
CATHOC CHURCH necessary No pets. 638-4640. 7180 - investment pond on 3 acres220 Personal Wtercra
CATHOLIC CHURCH Applications available at Property Only 45 mins. to Panama 850-5738230 - Saoiboats
SANNUAL YARD SALE. I Chipley Physical 2BR/1%2BA Apartment for Wages Pond nice 3 br, 2 7190 - Out-of-Town City Beach. Owner may fi- Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- 8240 - Boat & Marine 2000 Chevrolet Subur-
SepteTherapy, Inc. rent. No pets. 638-1918 ba Country living w/ Real Estate nance or give $10,000 res on Buddy Rd. One 10 8245 - ppis 'ocks an$6,000 Can be seen
September 19, 2009.m 1414Mai Street Fordock-$635 monthly + sec. 7200 - Timeshare cash back. $139,900. acres & One 13 acres on 8310- Boat ps at: Community South
From 8:00-1:00pm. 1414 Main Street For rent Sleepy Hollow 8310- Aircraft/Aviation Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
From 00-100p her Duplex apartments dep., 850-233-4636 OBO. (314)346-3303. Gainer Rd. Owner financ- 8320 - ATV/OffRoad Vehicles E.,Chipley,FL
I SeyOther Dudeep 85-0 ing For more info call Mil- 8330- Campers & Trailers
Rental Tabls Available HUD not accepted. 0 ton Peel@ 850-638-1858. 8340 - Motorhomes
$15.00/1 or$25.00/2. Direct Care Staff for 3B/1BA, Water, garbage, 7100 Peel 850-68858 8340- Motrh m
r lawn care included. Spa- 2602 Hwy 173 S. Nice 7150
Happy Acres Assisted Liv- cious, energy efficient with 6200 2602
Call Parish Office ing Facility. Part-time private y home on 2.23 acres 160 acres Prime Hunting,
Between 9:00-2:00pm, Ihousekeeping staff. Hours r -7 yard Gatlinburg, TN Vacation. 3BR/2BA with 1762 sq.ft. Fishing, pine & Hard 7160 8160
Tues.orThurs., are Friday 11-7:30pm, 850-6387128. ee the fall colors 1BR $64,900. For more infor- wood, Holmes Creek 3br,2ba,1995MH,16X76, 02 Suzuki Intruder
638-7654. Sunday & Monday For Rent: Unique condo, full kitchen. Oct mation, contact Eric Washington County. Fridge, stove, d/w, power dressed out, $5,000.
Sd 7am-3:30pm. Starting pay 2BR/2BA screened porch 19-23. Call 638-7557. Gleaton Realty @ $2,500.00 acre. (850) pole, A/C incld. Clean, you 1995 Mercury Grand Mar- 850547-2074
Yard Sale;Friday & Satur- of $8 an. hour. Call apartment, Non Smoker, 1 $350. 850-477-5908 260-9324 move $19,500. 638-4228 quis. Excellent condition. 50-5
day, 7 a.m. until. East of 547-3708 for more infor- small pet, references $3K. Also, 2 Goodyear ti-
Waffle House @ end of mation. Application's ac- 850-547-3494 or res, like new. 24570x17.
Idlewood Dr. Bonifay cepted daily. 850-532-2177 $150 bothre, . 773-2088,
Yard Sale; Saturday, Sep-2 rSesBus-iness De" - RATE RE-DUCTI ON!1 8110 8-10 8110 81 10 260-1048. 81
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,difference? Are you a, 2D cabin 1BA, no pets.
motivated sales associ- $400 month, 1st, and last
[ 3250 late? If you answered month. Deposit required.
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hipey 850638-5050. 2BR MH for rent with utility
building, window air.
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4100 Hep Wa6130 Condo/Townhouse ,.. pos'.1~2' i2 ' '1
41300-HpWtante 0 140- 8House Rontals 3BR/2BA MH for rent ,'., ,a-. : c ' "
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S 6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
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6190 - Timeshare Rentals CHA Newe aras Fee
4100 200 -Vacation Rentals CH/A. Newer trailers. Free
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Help wanted egg collector 6100
must be reliable and in 3BR, 2BA mobile home in i.,~ . - ,, '"." :
good health. Call Executive Office Space Chipley area. Quiet neigh- _.E;.....I
850-956-1224 for rent downtown Chipley. borhood, CH/A, water fur
Allutil:incl'd638-1918 nished, no pets. $500. a * *: ' "
Local General Contractor month. 850-638-8570 or.;. .
seeking experienced Office Space for rent in 850-258-1594 ; . ' .. .
Estimator/Project man- Dunn Building, 3 private MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
ager Experience a must, offices, carpet, heat/air, 3BR iBA, - ,,i,:
Emtraining resume Dutch 850-579-2821a. HwBoifay 17Ele7A Family oo ented GREAT SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED CERTIFIED VEHICLES FROM COROLLAS TO SEQUOIAS
jrccinc@wfeca.net or PO park. Call 547-3746.
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