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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: October 10, 2009
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Saturday,0OCTOBSR 10, 2009 www.citipley plp er.com' V-olume 85, Numbe~r 52 504


Recreation program features 16 secter teams
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
aofelsberg~chipleypaperccom
CHIPLEY Soccer is underway
in Chipley and o~nce again the
City -JRecreation Department is
in charge. The Se~cent decision by
the YMCA of the Emerald Coa'st
toi close its operation in Chiipley
means that the City is once again
running the recreation program.
The Recreation Board is also
being reestablished. ~
City; Administrator Jim 1Vioi'-
ris said that former 16 ;GuyLanehasbeenrehired. Morris
also said tlhat~the Qity department J AY FELSBERG [ Managmng Editor
"ie ECRATION A4 Chipley Recreation Department is back in the swing of things.


City Council member Price Wilson was
Chipley City Council meeting the
evening of Oct. 8.


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Kiwanis C~lub names new
officers, presents honors.
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RMS annouilces
student Council.
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We$jii family_
continues support for
Boys Ranch.
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CHIPLEY City Council
members Price Wilson and"
Chelrl McCallI wrere sworn
in during th~e regularly
scheduled Chipley City~
Council meeting on Oct. 8.
Both w~ere unopposed for
:reelection.
Linda Cain w~as also re-
appointed as Mayor. as well
as appointments of mayor
SPro-Tem Itaren Rustin and
council liaisons to various
City departments.
Easton Nelson with Wa-
ter Urtilities was presented
writh Employ~ee of the Quar-
ter and Cain congratulated
him on receiving his C-Li-
cense in Waste Water.
'The Council also ap-
proved the 2009-2010 final
millage rate at 6.0600 mills,
,which is' greater than the :
rollback rate of 5j.827 niills
by~ 2.9689 percent.
Also approved was Res-
olution Nilmnber 10-01 Flor-
ida Department of T~rans-
portation LAP Agreement
'for the Sidewralk
Enhancement
Project.
11ry'an Con.
,roy,: owner
of Mother's
Grievanlce,
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City Couricil member Cheryl McCall was sworn' in during the regularly scheduled
Chipley City Council meeting the evening of Oct 8~.


received a lot :of c~omple-
ments."
~Conroy~ said there
businessess from
as far aw~ay as
Panamla City
and Dothan that
participated.
He also said
that the music
selection
would
feature
some
cou nt ry


this time.
"We had a really good,
turn out last year," Con-
roy~ said. "This y'ear we've
got more businesses, local
.bands and other organiza-
tions wanting to partici-
pate."
Council approved allow-:
ing Conroy~ to close down'
that portion of Railroad
Avenue between the hours
of 8 a~m. to 10 p.m. pending
on the approval of 90) per-
cent of the downtown mer-
chants in that area.


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Marni0 S0derberg celebrates birthday


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Marnie Soderberg celebrated her birthday at the home of Rhonda Dalton
Dickinson of Vernon with a theme party depicting Alexander McCall
'Smith series of books about the new number one Ladies Detective Agency,
which takes place in Botswana, South Africa.Attending the surprise party
were Paula Dalton, Virginia Dalton,,Patsy Dalton Herring, Rhonda, Nellie
Mitchell and Marnie all dressed in South African inspired attire. Everyone
:enjoyed re~d bush tea and party treats based on the mai'n,c~haracter,
:Precious Ramotswe's, favorite food. pumpkin.


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CONCURRENT NOTICE i
i:iNOTICE' TO PUBLIC OF NO SIGNIFICANT
EFFECT ON THE ENVIRONMrENiT~
AND NOTICE TO PUBLIC .FOR REMOVAL OF
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS-

DATI : October 10, 2009 -. .
RECIPIEN~T: City of Vernon
ADDRESS: 2808 Yellowj\Nacket E rive' P-
TELEPHONE NUMBER: (850) 535-2444
Venriori, FL 32462

To~all Iriterested Agencies, Groups and Perso~ns:
On or about November i, 2009~, the above named City' of Vernon will requIest that the Floridit
Department of Community Affairs, designated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Ujrban
Development, to remove the environmental conditions and release 1-ederaf~funds under T-itle,
1 .of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383) for the following


03Fic Ara~:- -0FParks and P~laygroulnds Impovmet at Shady Grove Palrk and at the Sportsplex Park
which will include the installation of handicapped accessible parking arid wajlkwvays at each .
venue as well as a res corri at: Sportsplex Park. .
SSenrice Area #2:
033 Water Tank/Well Treatm'ent Plant THe construction of a new potable water well, treat-
Smerit plant and itvater transmission line to serve all the customers on the: City's water system in
Service Area #2.
It has been determined that such request for- removal of environmental conditions will not con-
stitute an action significantly affectinlg the' quality of the human envirronment; accordingly, the
'above-named recipient has' decided not to-prepare an Environmental Impact Statement under
the Neitional Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (PL 91-190)).
The reasons for the decision not to prepare sucl statementt are as follows:
1: Project is not harmful to the Entvironment.` r
2. Project calls for no involuntary relocation.
3. Project calls for no forced acquisition of land.
An Environmental Review Record respecting the above project has been made by the above-
named recipient which documents the environmental review of the project and more fully sets
forth the reasons why such Staterilent is not required. The Envirohmental Review Record is on
file at the City Hall and is available for public examination and copying upon request by calling
(850) 535-2444, Sharon Cobb, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. through 5:00 p,m. Monday
through Thuissday.
No further environmental review of such project is proposed to be conducted prior to the
request for removal of environmental conditions. .
All interested .agencies, groups and persons disagreeing~with this decision arel invited to submit
written comments for consideration by the recipient to Albert G. Mani, Mayor, 2808 Yellow
Jacket Drive, Vernon, FL 32462. Such written comments must be received at the address
specified on or before October' 26, 2009. All such comments so received will be considered
and the recipient will not request the removal of environmental conditions' or take any adminis- '
trative action on the above-named project until the date specified in the preceding sentence.
The recipient will undertake the project described above with Block Grant Funds from the U.S.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) under Title 1 of the Housing and Com-
munity Developme~nt Act of 1974 through the State of Florida. The recipient is certifying to
DCA that its environmental certifying officer identified above, in the official capacity as Mayior
consents to accept the jurisdictional responsibilities in relation to environmental reviews, deci- ~
sion making and action; and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. The legal effect
of the certification is that upon its approval the recipient may use the Block Grant funds and
HUD will have satisfied its responsibilities under thii N~ational Environmental Policy Act of 1969.
DCA will accept an objection to its approval only if it is one (1) of the following basis: a) that
the certification was not in fact executed by the certifying officer or other officer of applicant
approved by DCA; or b) that applicant's 'environmerital review record for the project indicates
.I omission of a required decision finding or step applicable to the project in the environmental
review process. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required'
procedure (24 CFR part 58) and may be addressed to Florida Department of Community Af-
fairs, Bureau of Community Assistance, 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida,
32399-2100. ,,
Objections to the removal of environmental conditions on basis other than stated above will
nt be considered by DCA. No objection received after November 18, 2009, will be considered


~Mail-in or Drop-off Entry Form
One recipe submission. per family is free, two' or more entries, $5.00. (Up to five isntries per
family allowed.) Make checks payable to: Thje News He~rald. Mail or drop off at 501 W11 th St.
P.O. Box 1940 Panama City, FI 32402 Deadline: Monday, October 19th by noon (cst).
ROC OeS must be ty ed.


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.Please check the category you wish your recipe to be entered in:
ll~akes OMain Courrses- O]Pies And Other-Desserts OSoups &Chowders

OAppetizers & Hors d'oeuvres' OAccompaniments iVegetables and Side Dishes)
For prizes per category visit the contest page at www newsherald.com.
Top 10 entries per category will be published in The Holid~ay's Best Cookbook!


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tle too cozy for the young
couple, and hilarity en-
sues as the power of love
gets tested to its limits.
Neil Simon is at his best
in this heart-warming
comedy about sacrifices,
new beginnings, and not
letting 'obstacles get in
the way of what truly mat-
ters,
The cast includes Kara
Hewitt as Corie Bratter,
Arthur Obar as the Tele-
phone Repair Man, Kevin
LRussell as Paul Bratter,
Terrie Garrett as Corie's
Mother Mrs. Banks, Dan-
ny Page as Victoi' Velasco,
and Gatrrett Brolund as the
Delivery Man. The. staff
includes Kevin Russell as




your family bye calling
638-0182. Proof of
residence may be
required. The Christian
Fellowship commlitteb
sponsors event.
Volunteers are needed.

Gun and knifeih0W :
GIIPLEY The Outdoor
Expo and Gun and
Knife Show, sponsored
by WTashin~gton County
Chamber of Commerce,
will be held Nov. 21-22 at
the Washington County Ag
Center in Chipley. Hours
.are Saturday, 9 a.m. ~-
6 p.m. and Sunday, noon
- 5 p.m.
Visitors will enjoy a
variety of demnonlstrat ions
exhibitions, wildlife
taxidermy display and
even live animal shows.
Attendees will have
access to the premier Gun
& Knife Show featuring a
select group of veridors
with handguns, rifles,


Director, Rachel Webb as
Producer, Chelsea Bush
as Stage Manager, Jimmy
Miller as Technical Direc-
tor, and Steve Yates as Set
Director.
Neil Simon's Barefoot
In. The Park will take the
stage Oct. 17-18 and Oct.
22-25 with Thursday-Sat-
urday shows starting at 7
p.in, and Sunday's shows
starting at 2 p.m.
The Spanish Trail Play-
house is at 680 Second
Street in Chipley inside
the Historic Chipley High
School. For more infor-
mation, visit www.span-
ishtrailplayhouse.com or
e-mail spanishtrailplay-
house@gmail.com.


CHIPLEY Tickets for
the Spanish Trail Play-
house production of Bare-
foot In The Park are on
sale. Tickets are $10 each
at the Washington County
Chamber of Commer'ce
located at 672 5th Street in
Chipley.- Call the Cham-
ber at 638-4157. Due to
the subject matter of this
production, children un-
der 12 are not encouraged
to attend.
Trouble in Paradise!
Newlyweds Corie and
Paul Bratter return from
.their honeymoon Iready
to start their exciting new
life~ together, but things
aren't exactly going as
Planned. 'I'ings get a it-


knives, ammunition,and
holstering equiipment will
be on hand.
Concealed weapons
permit courses will also
be offered.
There will be plenty
of hands-on-activities for
children, including BB,
gun, archery and casting
contests, woodcraft
activities and lots of food
and refreshments and
prizes.
Adm~lission is $5 per.
person per day or $8
for both days, includes
adinissionl into the Gun &
Knife Show. Kids under
age it admitted free of
chat-ge. All proceeds help
support the Chamber's
mission of economic
development and business
growth.
Sponsorship and
exhibitor information is
available at,weexpo.org,
emailinfd@weexpo~org
or call 638--115;. Space is
limited.


SLibrary book sal0
GIIPLEY -- Friends of
th~e Washington county
:Library wiill hold its Fall
:Book sale on Friday: Oct.
16 and Saturday, Oct.17
from 9 a~m. until noon
both days. The book sale '
will be held at the Historic
Librajr on 5th Street next
door to the Washington
Chamber of Commerce.
Anyozie interested in
donating used books in
good condition, contact ~
Cynthia Johnson at 638-
1983.


GCIPLEY A
Thanksgivring Day dinner,
for Washington County
residents in need, is
planned for Thursday,
Nov. 26 from 11 a~m. .
2 Pim. in the Washington
County Ag Center,
Highway 90 in Chipley.
Make reservations for


PANAMA CITY


Recipes must be received no later than hlonda. October 19, noon (cst).
T Ihe: top 10 dishes in each category w~ill bejtidged
1\londay. November 2. at the lklartin Theatre-


5 $600~nd ROulnd Judging:
Tojp 10: recip~E6 MJUST pIrgepare their di;h and t.i~ng it
1662dy to servea~l the Martin Theatre between 4-6 p.m. on
Mo[~rlcav NJOrimter 2 1:I; oulr prollgEssinal and cElearely
judging pajnel JudgIng for all emiseas will Degln promp~lip
at 6 30) pm *Please note there are no
heating facilities available, however you
may bring a warmer of your own.
6 A small lrailino lae will 10110@l Ihe ainfounceiTIMI
of winliers between 7:15 agd 7:45 p.m. Only those
individuals who brought a food item, plus onde other
member of their fantily, telli te jllowved 10 participate in
the in~iing wrhile foojd; is availle
:. All cantamneri must be plthed up ov 7:45 p.mn. The
News~v Herjlrl I nol r penslole lo~r broken or lost dishes,
8 All entrants. by Iria act of emeIrlng mne contest gives
Thi Neav5 Herald he rlgnl 10 irublish all recipes accepted
warln thP namre of inr person iunmlnlng the recipe.
9. News Herald associates and their immediate families
are not eligible to participate.


i Reclpcs musa tle Iypej on a :4parate iPr.e or1 paper,
and Iinlud r, ranlrrn 5 nami; blddr 5 s murl jnd phone
number. All entries must include entry lorm or a .
reasonable reproduction. One ri ~e i.utumilr;.:.o ;s free,

allowed.) ,.
2. Ways 2o Enter:
Onl;nr .Nha nl~JiEsie,,j,:, ,mi.:.:n.ind rngki l ~~
Man toli ralE 100KINGr CONTlEST The Neuslr Herjlo P.O.
Bos~ 1940. Pan~ms City, FL 32-101
Drop~o urhd use Nau HeraJ, 501 Wesr illn Streer
s, m -5 p ml. CsT. Monday Frlra,
Etnry lojrm payment (11more twnjnel rcccpel anJ rped
rrtcipc must De received at The Neuslr Herjald Mo~nday
Oclroner 19th tbv noon (CsTI
? loju muSI lidenllr, onl iategrl(r ,:.ur ieilpr: Is 10 DE
judged under: Cakes, Pies and Other De~sserl Sioups
& Chowders, Main Counds~s, Accompenlmenl and
Appetizers & Hors D'0euvres. '
4. Pre'-Judging: i
Recipes will be pre-judged to select the Top 10 recipes in
each dltegory. The Tip 10 recipes in each category,will
be notified no later than October 30th,


'Recipe Na~me:


Person Submitting:
Fmaill


Phone:


'BRrefOot In The Park' tickets on sale






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News BRIEFS


Roulhac Middle School held its annual Student Council Induction Ceremony on Sept.. 30 in the school
auditorium. Honorable Judge Allen Register installed homeroom representatives and -officers in gradeS
6-8. Student Council officers: President, Isaac Guettler; Vice President, Ashlyn .leffries; Secretary,
Farrah Davis; Treasurer, Tristan Hartzo9. Representatives-At-Large: Sixth Grade, Carrington Estes;
Seventh Grade, Mary Rosalyn Taylor; Eighth Grade,'Seth Pemberton. Homeroom Representatives:
Sixth Grade; Whit Pettis, Megan Bethea, Alex Thomas, Brianna Dempsey, Josh Formby, Tea Creamer,:
Jacki Brown, Nikki Hall. Seventh Grade; Bradley Hall, Jesse iGainey, Elizabeth Mdrtinez, Kpcie Crews,
Sydney. Ward, Trent Chatwood, Shea Pate. Eighth Grade; Erin Wright, Kickobe MjcCrary, Jillian
Chance, ~Austin Padgett, Allison Pettis, Hunter Crewhs, Angel Finch, Casey Stricklandc, Cierra Hobjby.
Sponsors; BJ Alderman, Laluana Ma loy, and ~Melissa Whitson.


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continue the century of youth
success, visit www.florida4h.
org/Alumni/rolleall.shtml. .
|f'S TrUnk or Treat time
in (10WnOWH Chil|ley
CHIPLEY Merchants and
Community officials are needed
to help with year's event.
Decorate your vehicle and


b~e prepared to hand out lots
of candy. Over 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 historic Chipley High
School on 5th Street in Chitples.
Mike Lee at 638-7892 or Kevin
Russell at 260-9279 by Oct. 9 to
reserve a space.


Florida 4-H program know the
importance of 4-H's impact on
young people across Florida.
The Florida 4-H Foundation,
Inc. is announcing a Florida 4-H
Alumni Roll Call to build better
connections among alumni,
friends and supporters of 4-H.
If you are a Florida 4rH
alumnus or would like to join
the Florida 4-H Foundation to


ex-smokers for people who want
to be become ex-smokers. No
cost for the class and free NRT
is available for participants.
Call 547-8193 for more
information or to sign up.

Florida 4-H announces
Alumni Roll Call
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By (HRIS SEGAL
Florida Freedom Newspapers

PANAMA GITY Although
Lawton "Bud" Chiles'
route to walk a million
steps for Florida's chil-
dren does not put his soles
on Bay County streets, he
spent time Thursday visit-
ing local after-school pro-
grams.
While walking through
Florida, Chiles is making
stops at programs like the
Chapman Early Learn-
ing Center and the After
School ~Assistance Pro-
gram (ASAP) in Panama
City.
"This demonstrates
that someone really cares,"
Chiles said.
The walk started in Cen-
tury (in Escambia County)
on Sept. 20, and next week
he will walk segments pf
US. 90i Chie Mlans onhit-
:The million steps he
plahs to take during the
next several months~ equal
about 600 miles. The trip
will be broken down thto
~segments of about 25 miles
a weel;, said Chiles, w'ho
is president of the Lawton
Chiles Foundation.
So far, Chiles has walked
more~than 100,000 steps, or
about 75 miles, through


SANDREW WARDLOW | Florida FreedqlQ Newspapers
Bud Chiles is on a 1 million-step statewide journey collecting pledges from.
Floridians to support better investments in children's heath and education.
~At~ left, Bud Chiles greets a student at the After School Assistance Program on
14th Court i~n 'Panama City on Thursday. Chiles is on a one million-step statewide
journey, collecting pledges from Floridians to support better investments in.
children's heath and education.


parts of Escambia,, Gads-
den and Santa Rosa coun-
ties.
The campaign "Worst to
First" is aimed at increas-
ing awareness about the
importance of raising suc-
cessful children. Chiles be-


lives early education and
after-school opportunities
need to be available to stu-
dent~s in addition to access
to health care.
SChiles i's not the first
person to walk from the tip
of Northwest Florida down


to South Florida. His fa-
ther, the late Lawton Chil-
es, Florida's former gov-
ernor and a U.S. senator,
walked from Century to
Key West in 1970 to spark
media coverage of his Sen-
ate campaign.


" Although Chiles does
not currently have plans
to run for any political of-
fices, he decided to use
his dad's journey as a way
to collect stories ,from
communities across the
state and- advocate for s


stronger. programs.
"I am carrying on the
legacy of my father," he
said. "The most important
thing is getting things on
the front end, which means
education -and health care
for children."


S BY JAY FELS8ERG I Managing Editor
ue' soccer features 16
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never really "shut down" even when
the YMCA was running ree programs.
It turned out to be a gopd thing.
"We were in the middle of soccer
signiups when they pulled out," Morris
said. Signups were enough for 36 teams
in different age groups. Volunteers Rey
Gustasen- and John Floyd spearheaded
getting soccer set up, Morris said.
"They- worked with the parents and.
got things going," Morris said. While:
inmate crews did a good deal of work to
get the fields ready ait Pals Park, Morris
noted that Lane and volunteers have.
also been hard~ at it. Volunteers are also
running concessions.
"It was in a little bit of disarray but
nothing we couldn't handle," Morris
said. "Guy has been working his tail off
andwe have good quality volunteers on
board."
The City has a budget of $97,P000
with $25,000 coming from the Board of
County ~Commissioners to cover util-
ity bills. "We are very grateful for that
help," Morris said.
"It's working out well and we hope it
will work out better," Morris said. "Ev-
~erything is carrying forward. It's not PHOTOI
perfect but it will be."-
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PUBLIC; NOTICE

WASHINGTONCOUNTYWILLBEACCEPTING
.APPLICATIONS FOR PARTICIPATION IN
THE FLORIDA HOMEBUYER OPPORTUNITY
PROGRAM (FHOP)
Notice is hereby given that, starting

Orn office will beadet tg~ aopnpli atins
for- Down Payment ~Loan Assistance not
exceed 10% of the purchase price ~or
$a,ooo.00, whichever is less, for the first_
time homeh~uyers, eligible to receive the
federal first-time homebuyer. tax credit
created through The American Recovery
and Reinvestinent Act of 2009"
The County will receive $350,000,00
(including admi~nistr-ative costs) for FY
.2009-2010 from the Florida Homebuyer
Opportunity Program (FHOP), which will
be made available through the Washington
County Grants Office. Assistance must be
repaid when applicant receives federal tax
refund or within 60 months. from thd~ date :
of closing,
Applicants participating in the Local
Housing ~Assistance Program rnust meet
the following requirements:
1. Income Level: the maximum income
i~mit shall be Adjusted~ Gross. Income
up to' $75,000.00 for single, households
Sor $715 000.00 'for joint-filing taxpayer
households. '
2. Credit Verificatiori: an applicant shall
have a satisfactory credit rating.
3. Homnebuyer Status:. No member of
household shall have owned a home
Sfor at least three (3) years before being
approved to receive down payment/closing
cost assistance.
4. Purchase Price Limitation: The purchase
price for a home, may not exceed the
purchase price of, $225,000.00 for new
construction and $200,000.00 for existing
home.
Information and applications may be"
obtained from and completed application
must be submitted to the Washington
County Grant Office located at 1331 South
Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, 32428, or~call
1(850)638-6058 ;


NOTICE OF EXPLANATION
TO PUBLIC OF FLOOD PLAINS
AND WETLANDS

DATE: October 10, 2009
RECIPIENT: City~ of Vernon
ADDRESS: 2808 Yellow jacket Drive

CONTACT: SVao ,C b, Cit Cerk

The City of Vernon, FL intends to make Community
Development Block Grant funded improvements
within the City. These improvements include:
ACTIVITY(IES):
Service Area #1:
03F Parks and Playgrounds Improvements at
Shady Grove Park and at the Sportsplex ~Park which
will include the installation of handicapped acces-
sible parking and walkways at each venue as well as
a restroom at Sportsplex Park..
Service Area #f2:
033 Water Tank/Well Treatment Plant The 'con-
struction of a new potable water'well,,treatment
plant and water transmission line to serve all the
customers on the City's water system in Senrice
Area #2.
The proposed improvements conform to all appli-
cable State Flood Plain protection standards where
feasible and are~ part of the community's long' range
flood plain,management plan. The proposed action
will not affect natural or beneficial flood plain values
as it represents an improvement to the City.
Failure to provide these improvements would result
in the continued deterioration of the infrastructure
within the community.. It is the City's judgment
that the continued viability of the community out-
weighs~ consideration of Executive Orders 11988 and
11990.
Additional agencies involved in this project include
the State of Florida Department of Community Af-
fairs and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
Development.
Comments on the proposed project will be accepted.
.until October 26, 2009. Please send your comments
to the address below.
Albert G. Mani
City of vernon
2808 Yellow jacket Drive
Vernon, FL 32462
A more detailed description of the project and' the
FIA flood maps are available for citizen review at the
City H all,


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Local


Saturday October 10, 2009


class reunion on Nov
7 at Tom Hammond's
Place starting at 11
a.m. For more infor-
mation, contact Etta
Carter at 850-476-
3962 or by e-mail at-
tecarter@yahoo.com
Information on
the following class"
mates is being
sought: Jeff Ander-
son, Gary Martin and
Carlton Miler.

Swinging for
Scholarships
Tri-County Home
Builders Association
will host its annual
Swinging for Schol-
arships golf tourna-
ment on Nov. 7 at
Indian Springs Golf
Club. Shotgun start
is at 8:30 a.m. with
lunch and awards to
follow.
Thi i four-
perso assejsecta shot
format. Entry fee is
$70 per person with
proceeds going to the
scholarship funds at
Chipola College and
Washington Holmes
Technical Center
Hole sppnsorships
are also available for
$100 each. For more
information, .call
Debbie McCrary at
638-4436 or~ Tammy
Dean at 48-8802.


chips in joints. Jumpers on the
other hand tend to have more
soft tissue injuries.
"Probably the greatest
number of cases we see are
soft tissue injuries in the
foot and lower limb," Carter
noted. "Foot lameness can be
caused by traumatic injuries
or as a result of a degenerative
process."
Of course, your horse
doesn't have to be an elite
athlete to suffer an injury.
Some can happen as the result
of accidents, such as stepping
in a hole or on a rock during -
a trail ride and twisting an
ankle. Horses can even injure
themselves while bucking and
playing in a pasture.
"You should be as aware as
possible of the terrain on which
you are riding and make sure
that your horse has the proper
conditioning for the activity you
are having it perform," Carter
said. "With that said, even with
the best care an animal can
always injure itself."
As a horse owner, it is fairly
easy to recognize if your horse
is lame as most likely there will
be some limping. If the injury
is further up in the leg it is also
possible to see swelling of the
leg,
"If you notice that your
horse is limping or its leg
is swollen the first thing
you want to do is stop
exercising them. If you are
knowledgeable you can also
apply a pressure wrap around


the leg," Carter advised. "If it
is not getting better or if the
limp is severe you should take
them to their veterinarian as
soon as possible."
Depending on the type,
severity and location of the
injury there are many types of
treatment that a veterinarian
can perform. .
"We prefer to start with
rest and support wraps, but
when the injury is more severe
we can do anything from
~pain killers and injections of
anti-inflammatory drugs to
surgery," Carter said.
Of course you can't treat
a problem until you can
diagnose what the problem is
and some lamenesses don't
present at all pr not fully until
a rider is on the horse.
"The Texas A&M
University College of
Veterinary Medicine recently
added a state of the art
lameness arena to our facility,"
Carter said. "The surface of
this arena helps us to better
diagnose specific lattlenesses
by putting a rider on a horse
and having them ride."
Once the problem is
identified and the veterinarian
performs the treatment
regimen there is always a
chance that the horse will
either not heal completely
or will require additional
rehabilitation. .
"WYhile I would say that
for the most part we can at
least benefit most horses


with lameness, we can't heal
everyone," Carter said. "We
can, however, improve the
outcome in the majority of
cases."
Most horses with lameness
problems will probably
have to have some form of
rehabilitation. While most
rehab is done at home by
owners, in more severe cases
the horses can be sent to
rehabilitation centers.
"Rehab centers will have
specialized equipment to deal
with more difficult cases,"
Carter explained. "This can be
anything from 24/7 monitoring
to water treadmills."
With all the options for
the treatment of lameness,
the cost of these procedures
can range from relatively
inexpensive to thousands of
dollars. .
"It's highly dependent
on what we do. We can give
a simple injection of anti-
inflammatory for less than
$100 while sonie surgeries can
cost over $4,000," Carter said.
In order to avoid expensive
procedures and painful
injuries the best prevention
is to be aware of your horse s*
surroundings and try your
best to keep them in good
physical condition for their
activities. Of course when :
injuries do occur, it's important
Imow how to spot them and
what to do in order to keep
your four legged athlete in tip
top shape.


October stor
tim0 Of library
CHIPELY Follow
ing is the October
Story Time Schedule '
for the Washington
County Library in
Chipley: Oct. 15
Bats; Oct. 22 Pump-
kins. All events start
at 10:30 a.m. each
Thursd y
There will be no
store time on Oct. 29
due to the fall breal,

Harvest Day
OSV 00ti al pla nd
VERNON Area
Churches are spon-
soring, a .Harvest
Day Festival on Nov
7 from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. The festival will
be held at the Sport- -
splex across from
Vernon High School
on SR 279.
Plenty of free en-
tertainment, games
food, prizes for ev>
eryone to enjoy. For
more information,
call Travis .Mask at
850-303-9521.

ifHS CIOSS
of I 957
The Vernon High
School of 1957 will
celebrate their 52nd


marked "Outdoor Expo
Shoot Out", age group and
categoryAl complete list of
rules and entry forms 11ay
be picked up at the Washing-
ton County Chamber ofCom-
merce office from 8:30 a.m.
to~ 5:00 p.m. Monday through
Friday. For more informa-
tion, please contact Candace
Croft at 263-3231 or e-mail
coroft@westflorida.coop


~from all contest entries. First
Place Over-all will receive a
cash prize of $75; Second
Place over-all will receive a
cash prize of $50 and Th~ird
Place Over-all will receive
$25. First place winners will
be chosen in each category
and awarded a prize to be
determined at a later date. A
"Best in Show" prize will be
determined by a vote of the


`people attending the Washi-
ingtoni Coi~mty Chamber
of2 Commerce's Noverhiber
Third Thursday meeting on
Nov. 19 at 7:30 a.m. at Pa-
tillo's on the campus of the
Washington-Holmes Techni-
.cal Center. .
Winners will be an-
nounced at the Washington
County Outdoor Expo on
Nov. 21 at the Washington


County Ag Center where all
photos entered into the con-
test will be on~display.
Entry deadline is Nov
2 at 5 pan. Entries inay be
dropped off at the Wash-
ington County Chamber of
Commerce office located at
672 5th Stre in Chipley or
mailed to EO. Box 457, Chi-
pley, Florida 32428. Entries
should be in an' envelope


A photography contest
will be held ih conjunction
with the Washington county
Outdoor Expo taking place
Nov. 21-22, 2009 at the Wash-
ington County Ag Center.
All contest entrants must
be students in Washington
County public, private or
home schooled and age sev-
en to eighteen.
SThere are two age groups


to choose from: 7-12 and 13-18
and five categories: Wildlife,
Nature/Landscapes,. Out-
door Activities/Recreation/
People Enjoying the Out-
doors,'Agriculture and Other.
The Each student may enter
a total of five photos into the
contest, but there is a limiit of
one photo per category. .
A panel of judges will se-
lect three over-all winners


Community BRIEFS


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An athlete's body is trained
to handle an amazing amount
of work and stress. From
runners to swinuners, all
athletes train to handle the
specific stress their sport
requires. Unfortunately, it is
still not uncommon for these
athletes to injure themselves
performing the very actions
they trained for. This is also
true of a horse's body.
Many horses are trained
athletes that are bred and
conditioned for a specific
sport such as racing, jumping,
western performance or
dressage. While these sports
are relatively safe, just like a
human athlete, there is always
a possibility of injury and in
most cases with horses the
injury tends to be lameness.
Lameness is an abnormality
of gait that is caused by pain or
restriction of movement.
"Most of the injuries' we
see are muscular/skeletal
lameness," said Dr. Kent
Carter, professor of equine
lameness and chief of medicine
at the Texas A&MV University
College of Veterinary Medicine
& Biomedical Sciences
Large Animal Hospital. "The
lameness can be a result of
things such as ~chipped bones,
bowed tendons and other soft
tissue injuries." -
The type of lameness is
generally di~pendent on the
horse's use. For example, race
horses tend to present injuries '
such as bowed tendons or bone


Washington countyy Outdoor Expo "Shoot Out" Photography Contest deadline for entries Nov. 1


WHTC Offers Short CourseS
for New Computer AlpphcationS

.Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the fast'
changes in technology?~ Washington-Holmes
Technical Center is, always on top of the latest
computer applications. W/HTC wvill offer the
followving-short courses to help you update
your computers skills. This provides great
opportunities for full-time workers, retirees,
and students to expand their computer
knowledge in a variety of applications.
SFor further information or to enroll in a
class, please call Student Services at
850-638-1180, ext 317
*Oct 13 Creating a Holiday Newsletter
using Word 2007 1 night (3 hours)
Tuitio $14.97

*Oct 15 Creating Mailing list and labels
using Word 2007 Eniiight (3 hours)
Tuition $14.97
*Nov 3, 5, 10 FastCourse Excel 2007:
Level 1- 3 nights (9 hours) Tuition $44.91
*Nov 12, 17, 19 FastCourse Word 2007:
Level 1 3 nights (9 hours)~ Tuition $44.91
*Nov 24 Transfer pictures from camera
to computer to E-mail 1 night (3 hours)
Tuition $14.97
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SUBMITTED PHOTOS New Kiwanis Club president Malcolm Gainey
President David Darrow observes while Dell Corbin presents a donation' for Pee Wee Football to Daryl recognizes out-going president David Darrow with an
and Shannon Foor on behalf of the Kiwanis Youth Services Comm~ittee. award.


President David Darrow~ presents Catherince Nelson ci
memento recognizing her late father, Farrell Nelson's
35 years in Kiwanis.


President David Darrow observes while Vickie
Wiilliams, Dinner Theatre C~hair recognizes Krisfi
H~inson for her efforts with the Chipley H-igh Schocil
Drama Club summer program.


David Solger presents the Kiwani-an~ of the Year
award to Laura Join~er with assistance from president
David Darrow.


Gainey a~s new president
seven years; and Darrin Wall. ington County Scholarship son a special plaque.
and Henry Stone with ~five Foundation in 2009 to oper- The Kiwanis Club of Chi-
years. ate the TPake Stock Ir Chil- pley has been providing sup-
Laura~ Joiner was ree- dren scholarship program in porttoyouth oriented events
ognized as the Kiwanian of Washington County, which is ,and programs for 68 years
the Year for her efforts on an extension of local club ini- and last year supported 36
behalf of the Kiwanis Club; tiatives in service to youth. organizations throughoutf
during the past year, ~and to During the meeting, the the county. The next fund
also recognize her 14 years club also presented a dona- raising event will be the
of active membership. To be tion to Daryl and Shannon Mlarvin Engram Memorial
eligible for the award, the Foor to help support the 'Kiwanis Golf Tournament
person must have provided .Pee Wee Football and junior pn Saturday, Novl4, at. the
outstanding leadership in, cheerleaders programs. Sunny HillsGolf and Country
a' position of responsibility, This program is for ages Club with an 8a.m. teetime.
had perfect attendance dur- six to 12 with football teams, Also, from mid-November,
ing the year, recruited` new cheerleader squads, and a the club will be conductirig
members, actively support- league organization that in- its annual fruit salewith de-
ed local club activities and volves both home and away liveries in mid-December.
personify the Kiwanis mis- games. Theeclub meets'lllesdays
sion of "Changing the world, In, recognition for her at Pattillo's Restaurant in
one child and one commu- work with.the Chipley High the middle of the Washing-
nity at a time." Joiner; has School Drama Club slimmer tdn-Htolmes Couinty Techni-
served the club as president program, which resulted in cal Center (WHTC) at Noon.
and in officer positions, as a the highly entertaining show For an invitation to lunch,
director, and has been sec- for the Kiwanis Dinner The- contact any Kiwanian or call
retaryforseveralyears.She atre on August 27, Dinner Mark Collins, Membership
was also akey person in the Theatre Chair Vickie Wil- Chairperson, at .850-258-
establishment of the ash- liams presented KrisQti Hin- 9453.


late father, Farrelllielson, for
his 35 years of Kiwanis mem-
bership! and 32 years of per-
feet: attendance. Nelson was
very, active in Kiwanis C~lub
projects aind for many years
was the top fruit sales mem-
ber, which helped the annual
fruit sale to become the larg-
est- fundraiser for Kiwanis-
Farrell Nelson's personal ef-
forts over many years made
a significant contribution to
the betterment of youth pro-
grams throughout Washing-
ton County.
Outgoing. committee
chairs recognized for their
service by president Dh-
vid Darrow were: LaMerle
Feitsma, Community Ser-
vice; Patsy Justice, Young
Children/Priority One; Bi)1
Howell, Scholarships; Andy
Andreasen, Programs; Dell
Corbin, ~Youth~ Ser~rices;
Jim 'Ibwn, Publicity, Elaink
Chadwell,' Membership;


GIIPLEY At the weekly
club' luncheon on Tuesday,
Sept. 29, the Kiwanis Clu~b
in ChipleyI completed the an-
nual ,transition of directors
and officers effective from
Oct. 1.~ Malcolm Gainey was
installed as president, Gar-
. rett MI/artin as vice: president,
'Ibdd Abbott as treasurer,
and Laura Joiner was- re-
elected as secretary. .
The new president-elect,
for next year, is David Corbin
and David Darrow becomes
the immediate past presi-
dent. New directors joining
the -board are: Rick Djavis,
Sam Fowler and Kathy Rud,
who will be serving along
with returning directors
1Mark Collins, Davrid Corbin,
Vickie Williams, Furak Cum-
baa, LaMerle -Feitsma, and
'Ibmmy Smith.
David Darrow presented
a special'award to Catherine
Nelson' in recognition of her


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Tommy Smith, Meetings; Co.
lin Adcock, Inter club; Gene
Halley, Sponsored Youth;
and Price Wilson, Spirlital
Aims. .
Ftmndraising event chairs
recognized by president Dar.
row were: Dinner Theatre
Vickie Williams; Fruit Sales,
David Solger; Golf 'lburna-
ment, Colby Peel and Pan-
cake Brealdast, Jim Ibwn;
Membership awards
were presented with Bruce
-Christmas being recognized
for 44 years of membership.
Ger~ald Holley received the
Kiwanis International Le-
glon of Honor piri recogniz-
ing 40 years of membership.
Others recognized for five
or more years of member-
ship were David Solger, 17
years; Chuck Yates, 12 years;
Laura Joiner, 10 years; Joe
Jlohnson, nine years; Gene
Halley, eight years; 'Ibdd Ab-
bott, eight years; Dell Corbin,


operated with defects such
as bad brakes.` worn tires
and defective lighting equip-
ment. In addition, attention
will be directed to drivers
who would violate th'edriver


these checkpoints to be an
-effective means of enforcing
the equipment and driver li-
cense laws of Florida while
erisuring the protection of all
motorists.


Florida. Highway Patrol
will conduct driver license
andvehicleinspectioncheck-
points during the month of
October on the roadways list-
ed below in Holmes, Jackson


and Washingtoin counties.
SRecognizing the danger
presented to the public .by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles being


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 inspec-


tion points include No. 69A,
162, 164, 165, 165A, 167, 169, -
173, 177, 177A1, 179,,181, 185,
271, 276, 279' 280, 284, and
Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found


can be decorated with all
kinds of items including
paint, ~~markers, crayons,
glue on eyres and hair, etc.
Stop by: any .library~
branch to pick up a copy of
contest rules' and an entry
form. Decorated pumpkins
may be dropped on at the
Chiply Library starting


.DepfOSSIOH ROcoveff
Pfogflm OlVailable
BONIFAY -- A Depression
Recovery program is be-
ing offered at the ~Bonifay
Seventh Day Adventist
Church on Oct 19 start-


Ibroths and canned poul-
try,. V8@ vegetable juices,
V8: Splash@ juice drinks;
V8 Flasion@~ juice. drinks,
V8@ soups, Campb~ell's@
tomato juice, Pepperidge
Farm@ breads, cookies,
and ~frozen products, Pep-
peridge IFarrm@ Goldfish@
crackers, and Campbell@
Foodservice products.
Labels for Education is
also addiihg new partner-
ships, programs, resources
and incentives to help gen-
erate more support fol- our
school.

WHTC offers short


bring your prepared letter
and at least one picture
you wish to include in your
letter to the class. You will
take home at least one copy
of .your work. Prerequi-
site:- Beginning computer
knowledge and some typ-
ing skills; Tuition is $14.97
Oct. 15 LCreating Mail-
ing list and labels using
Word 2007. This is a one
night course and is three
hours long,
Participants W~ill set-up
and print a mailing list and
mailing labels using Mlicro-
soft Word. Each participate
'must bring a list of names
and addressesp ton the~l class


a. Tulti-page document
and work wi~th Word Help;
how to create and edit
business letters; create a
memoranduni, a press re-
lease and a simple report:
You will also learn to use
mail merge.. Basic Com-
puter knowledge and some
typing needed. Tuition is
$442.91.
Nov. 24 Transfer-
pictures from camera to
computer to email. This is
a one night course and is
three hours long.
Learn how to connect
your camera to your PC,
transfer your pictures to
htr trmnrn h \ltn s e


Sday will begin with a pep
rally at 10 a.m. in the CHS
gym where the finalists for
homecoming quieen will be
presented to the student
.body. There will also be
a spirit bonfire and tug of
war beginning at 6 p.m. on
Thursday, Oct. 15.
Class spirit. competi-
tion will take place Oct.
12-16,- with. various 'activi-
.ties including style wars,
' boy hush/girl hush,. pen-
ny wars,~ alid tug of war.
Classes will also receive
spirit points for float con-
struction and' bonfire at-
tendance, and points have
already accumulated from


Amnesty Da
For :all Washingtori
County residents, Amnesty
Day ~will be' on today from
8 a.m. 12 p.m. at the Recy-
cling Center on Hw~y 77 just
north of Wausau.

KM~rS collects Labels
For`Educaltion
CHIPLEY-- Kate Smith El-
ementary is collecting la-
bels to earn free merchan-
dise such as computers,
audio/visual equipment,
physical education equip-
ment, reference books,
uin sical instrumentsor


.ve e compuan erpl oy~~S frnwnl;~II)I Iw C ~~ hlOYePf aeta n ot av p Teprg
evez a mni-vn, smplyby CUFS9 10fHOW Prerequisite: Beginning them in a folder and trans tePwe-f aeta n t7pm h rga
collecting Campbell UPCs COM Uter ap ficai0HS computer k~now~ledge and fer a picture as an attach- < took place last month- will cover how -to identify
arid sending them to Kate P Psome typing skills. Tuition ment in an email. Bring Parade participants depression and its causes
Smith Elementary. CHIPLEY Washington- is $14.97., ocasyu aea S need to line up at the pairk- and different ways to treat
"This year our goal is. Holmes Technical Cen- Nov. 3, 5, 10 Fast- cable and camera soft- ing lot at the old CHS track depression.
to collect 3,000 points, and ,ter will offer the following Course Exce1'2(07: Level~l. ware. Prerequisite: Begin- at 11 a.m. Contact Jerry The church address
we're asking the communi- short courses to help you This is a three night course ning Computer knowledge. Corbin at 638-6100, ext. 518 is, 604 Mathtishek Street,
ty to help," said Ayshia El- update your computers and is nine hours long. Tuition is $14.97. with any questions regard-` across from the IGA Store
lis Hatcher the coordinator skills. This provides great You will learn how to For more information or ing the parade- in Bon~ifay. For more in-
for. Kate Smith Elementa- opportunities for full-time work with tabs and ribbons, to enroll in a class, please Pre-game activities be- formation call Pastor Jeff
ry's Labels for Education workers, retirees, and stu- enter data in Excel, edit, call Student Services at gin at 6:30 p.m., at which Westherg at 850-982-1852.
program. "If we work to- dents to expand their com- view and print worksheets; 5-3-18,et31. time the homecoming
gether, we can build better puter knowledge in a vari- work with formulas and queen will be crowned. HafVOSt D0f
schools for our children." ety of applications. functions; format the con- Kickoff is at 7 p.rh. when
Simplyr save product Oct. 13 Creating a tents of cells; change the Chipley High the Chipley Tigers face the FSrilVal planned
UPCs from any of the fol- Holiday.Newsletter using appearance of worksheets School's homecoming ~McClayMarauders. VERNON -Area Church-
lowing eligible Campbell Word 2007. This is a one and much more. Basic SO# f0r Oct. I6 Pupi est Daresia posorng a Har
products and send them night course and is three Computer knowledge and F~kHvs~yetvlno.
to Kate Smith Elementary: hourS long. some typing needed; Tu- CHIPLEY L-Chipley High's dcrti one from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
Campbell's~ soups, Camp- Create a holiday news- ition $44.91. student council is finalizing deoaigcnet festival will be held at the
bell's@ Select Harvesto letterto sendltofriends and Nov 12, 17, 19 Fast- plans for the 2009 home- CHIPLEY Washington Sportsplex across from!
soups, Campbell's Supper relatives. You will learn to Course Word 2007: Level 1. coming festivities on Fri- County Library will hold Vernon High School on SR~
Bakes~ mealkits, Spaghet- type your text into columns, This is a three night course day, Oct. 16, which include its fifth annual Pumpkin 279.
tiOs@ Pasta (Original and scan~ pictures, and insert and is nine hours long, a parade through down- Decoration Contest Oct. 19 Plenty of free entertairi-
Meatball), Campbell's@ clip art and pictures into You will learn how .to town Chipley at 12:30 p.m., 23. This year's theme is ment, games, food, prizes
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9:00' a.m. at the Washington County Annex
Board meeting room, 1331 South Boulevard,
Chipley, Florida. The purpose of the meeting
is to:
1. Hear timely-filed petitions for adjustment
to the Property Appiaiser's valuation of Real
or Tangible Personal Properties.
2. Appeals from denial of ad valorem
exemptions and classifications.
3. Consideration of proposals for Special
Magistrate ~and 'appointment .of Special
MagiStrate.
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assistance. Please contact Dianne Glasgow,
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SUBMITTEDPHOTOs The Webb Family is donating -this framed portrait of '
Washington County Sheriff Bobby Haddock accepts Sonya Webb and her horse, Moon, for the Live Oak
a donation from Bill and Sybil Webb. Boys Ranch.

Webb Family legacy continues for Boys Ranch


From staff reports
CHIPLE In the early
1960's Cecil Webb, owner of
Dixie Lily Milling Company,
joined several other key
individuals as a Trustee/
Board Member of the Boys
Ranch. Naming of the main
road on the Boys Ranch Ce-
cil Webb Place recognizes
his silpport and leadership.
Through his wife Helen's es-
tate they gave a substantial
gift to the Youth Ranches in
2005.
The Webb's shared their
passion for the Youth Ranch-


the Boys Rancl;/Live Oak,
Youth Villa/Bartow,' Youth
Ranch/Safety Harbor, Youth
Ranch-Bradenton/Sara-
sota, Caruth Camp- Ing-
lis/Yankeetown and Youth
Camp/Barberville.
Additionally, it provides
commnunity-based services,
family counseling, and fos-
ter care to as many of Flor-
ida's neglected, troubled
children as funds will per-
mit.' Sinice 1957, the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Ranches has
touched the lives of thou-
sands of boys, girls, and
their families.


es with their family. Their
children, Bill and Sybil have
been continuous supporters
of the organization since the
1970's. They are consistent
donors who help provide the
solid foundation of' care the
boys and girls of the Youth
Ranches need to become
lawful, productive citizens.
Upon the passing of Bill
and Syrbil's daughter, So-
nya, they made a gift in her
memory: Sonya was an avid
equestrienne who had com-
passion for the less fortu-
nate, especially children. A
plaque featuring a photo of


Sonya on her horse, Mloon,
will memorialize her at the
Boys Ranch in Live Oak.
The Florida Sheriffs
Youth Ranches are grateful
for families like the Webb's
whose family legacy makes
a difference in the lives of
the children they serve.
The Florida Sheriffs
Youth Ranches, Inc., a
charitable, nonprofit cor-
poration founded .by the
Florida Sheriffs Associa-
tion, manages and operates
four residential child-care
campuses an~d two Yolth
Camps. These include


drugs and alcohol, and gen-
erally be a good citizen and
active in school and com-
munity events outside the
classroom. Over 9,000 high
school graduates across
Florida have received TSIC
scholarships since 1999.
This year, in Wa~shington
County a total of 18 scholar-
ships were awarded; 12 at
CHS and six at VHIS., Com-
bined in 2009 and 2008s, a to-
tal of 25. scholarships have
been awarded to Washing-
`ton County graduates. The
key element' of the TSIC
program is the weekly
meeting between the stu-
dent and the mentor.
In Florida, the students
with TSIC scholarships
have a high school gradua-
tion rate above 93 percent;
the .program works be-
cause of the early selection
of the student with several
years of school remain-,
ing, and the adult mentor
program along with family
commitment. The reason
that TSIC has the mentor


program is that state-wide dent's application for the
studies validate that stu- program.
dents who have an adult New students will be
mentor outside the family selected in October for the
are 59 percent more likely program with a presenta-
to get better grades, 52 ~tion of contracts to the stu-
percent less likely to skip dents and families on Nov.
school, 64 percent more 10 at special dinner.
likely to develop higher ley- Since each new student
els of self confidence, and participant must have a
46 percent less likely to be- mentor upon selection for
gin using drugs. the program, TSIC is seek-
To obtain the TSIC com- ing additional adult men-
mitment for a scholarship, tors for both the Vernon
a student must be~ingrades -and Chipley areas. To ob-
6-11, sign a contract to meet tain a mentor application,
certain standards during contact David Solger at
the remaining school years 638-1276.
until high~ school gradua- Locally, the Washington
tion, and have family sup- County Scholarship Foun-
port; theparents/guardians dation, Inc., has operated
also sign contract to sup- the TSIC program since
port their student. Famnily January 2009. To obtain
incomes must be below a more information, volun-
:certain level based upon teer, or discuss student op-
the number of children in portunities, contact David
the family at the time the Solger at 638-1270, or to
qualification for TSIC is es- make a donation, contact
tablished. Family income ~Rey Gustason at 638-5663,
is validated with income :or visit the state program
tax' inforin~ition for t'he .tax Web: site at www~takestock-
year just prior to the stu- inchildren.com.


CHIPLEY Take Stock In
Children (TSIC) recently
held a banquet for the men-
tors who work with the 46
students currently partici-
pating in the scholarship
program in Washington
County. Mentors were told
about recent improve-
ments to the total program
and provided a group dis-
'cussion format for sharing
ideas and solutions gained
from working directly with
the students. -
A roast beef dinner was
catered by Henry Stone to
the group meeting at Pattil-
lo's Restaurant on the cam-
pils at WHTC.
'What sets the TSIC
program apart from other
scholarship prop-ams is
the age range for qualifi-
cation, the appointment of
an adult mentor to coordi-
nate with the-sfu~dent on a
frequent basis throughout
the school year, the written
contract with the student to
maintain average or above
grades, stay away from


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Saturday, October 10, 2009


A8 I washington County News


NASCAR


the first time in his career would like to complete the
sweep at Fontana after winning there in February.
Another duo who would like to put on a good show are
teammates Stewart and Newman.
The Hass in Stewart Hass is Hass Automation, Inc.,
which you can find close to the track in nearby Oxnard,
Calif.
Look at these two drivers and what they are bringing
to this weekend's event.
Stewart is coming off a Kansas win and some much
needed momentum
heading into the, fourth
race for the Chase as he
moved up. to fourth in
the standings -and is
just 67 points behind
Martin.
Ironically, if a driver
knows his way around
Auto Club Speed~way, it
Is Newman. He holds
the track qualifying
record at just under'
I87.500I miles per hour.
Ne~wman has-
mjnomlents of greatness,
-~but hlas also seen his
team! struggle at times
this season. despite
makin11g the Chase,
Coulld he capitolize'
o In the Hendrick p~ow-
e~~lalnt Ahenhas inhehis
Ma~libu~?
Some feel this
'~ eekenld could be his
: best shot in his drive

At Auto Clubd
Speedway, Gordon has
U~r~r ~recorded three victories
Inclluding the inaugurall
race back in.1997.
nn chabalsoisphosd
IX races and finished
second to Kenseth this
past F~ebr ary where he


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

"It never rains in California, but girl don 't they warn
ya. It pours, man it pours. Albert Hammond hit in 1972
It could pour this weekend, but the question remains,
whose parade could get doused?
Will it be Jeff Gordon in his homecomitig following his
second place finish this past Sunday in Kansas?
"We definitely made some gains, but I don't think the
big swings come on
days like this," said
Gordon after his finish
at Kansas. "I mean, it
can happen ariy day. But
we can't~expect to make
up 100 points on these
guys in one weekend."
Gordon did make up
some ground and after a
19 point gain Is II.13
points behind series .
leader Mark Martin.
Un forturatel\
,Gordon is not the onis
title contender f'rom --.
California looking~ to
shine irr their hoame
state.
Jimmie Jolpison Is
the defending race \\ln-
ner and winner of the
11at three Sprint Cup
He is also lookingl to
make it three winls In a
row at the fall race~. ~Yf
which will for the first
time be'a part of thle 10 I
race NASCAR p ls w ff
for the title.
Other people to- --
watch out for th:i week~l-
end include Ma~tt
K nd Tyn Ne em~.
Kenseth who is look- "+
ing to find a point e to
the sason aft a t 1' n


Oct. 16
Charlotte
Dollar Gene'ral
300 .


going up atDega
onto the track. Debris from
the accident injured seven
fa soin thebstands, the mos
fered by a teenage girl.
The frontstretch fence at
Talladega will be raised
before the Nov. 1 race, and
the backstretch will be com-
pleted durring the offseason.
Daytona will have its fences
raised- before its first big
event in January.


Fences will be g
The fences at Daytonao
and Talladega will be raised -
from 14 to 22 f tc foll wing

after Carl Edwards' air-
borne flight .into the -
,Alabama track's safety bar-
rier .
SA wreck on the last lap in
April's race at Talladega
sent Edwards sailing into
the fence. It bolved; but `
held and his car ~shot back :


Wi~f,9


NASCAR loaded up! four
cars after Sunday's race in
Kansas. .
Of \he four, NASCAR
included the cars of Jimmie
Johnson and Mark Martin as
the hauler headed to the
NASCAR Research Fact~ility
in Concord, N.C. I
This was somewhat at
break in the routine by
NAS~CAR, who normally
take the wimling car and a
car at random.
Trony .Stewart's car was


loaded ~up by being the win-
ning car at the event, while
Kurt Busch's car was the car
selected at random for fur-
ther inspection.
If you will recall the cars
of Johnson and Martin were
found to be very close to the
tolerance limits last week
following the race at Dovel.
..NASCAR subsequently
warned both Hendrick
teams, although officials
insisted both vehicles were
legal.


S200) .Pole Winner (mph)
Jimmie Johnson 180.397
2008 Race Winner (mph)
Jimmie Johnson 138.857
Track Qualifying Record
SRyan Newmcin 1 87.432
m.p.h. (2002) .
Track Race Record
Jeff Gordon -155.012 m.p.h.
(1997)


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Power of Attorney of the
Bid ac oanied by the
Public Entty Crime State-
mem and Bd B d,nm s
stang ar 2?nis urnish d
bid must conform to Sec-
-,tion 287.133(3) Florida
Statutes, on public entity
crimes. The night is re-
served, as the interest of
the twerar ay~ rqie, t
tb waie en dinformality in
Attention of bidders is
called to the Licensing Law
of Florida. All bidders
aubt cs I n wlt al laples
istaini ad reaI one o
contractors doing busi.
ness in Florida. -
Attention of the bidders is

requiremrgqu a to$ cni
tions of empnodymeit to be

wag rt e to S ai oun-

t r e nae xFac ltes, S c

eaw and~e reuati of t

Ws idgo Cunty is an
Equal Opportunity Em-
pl er and en ouragos nib-

bsnoisepseto partci ate
-cn orad reserves the


1100
lghtato w ive irriorma iie
and/or reject any or all
bids on the whole or in
part with just cause, and to
accept the bid that in their
judgment will be in the
best interest of Washing-
ton County.
As published in the
Washington County News
October 10, 14,2009.
INTHE CIRCUIT C RT
CO 0N FR A L

GEOR E DUREN,
vs.
LONNIE ANDREWS, indi~
vidually, LONNIE AN-
DREWS a/k/a ANDREWS
MASONRY and LONNIE
ANDREWS alla
ANDREWS MASONRY &
CONCRETE,
Defelidants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
NOTICE BY PUBUiCATION
TO: Lonnie Andrews
Lonnie Andrews a//a
Andrews Masonr
.Lonnie Andrews alkla
Andrews Masonry &
Concrete ~
Whose address is: 3219
Shady Grove Road, Ver.
OUT daRHE2R BY NOTI-
FIED that a Complaint for
Contribution has been filed
against you in Gulf
Cut, Florida; C~s laiN

Gerg rru to, and yoa
creo sfue rto sRv a
fe0 P intferrghao ea rn Rb
tr t P. erian ac vernrnna

32502, on or before Nov
Oh,209 e 11rletkhe of g
sa easd fheaditwl bo the

temed against you fr th
tComplai t for, Contribu-
Thsnotice shall be pub-
lishedocm a we k fr fu
Wa hngo~nmount Ned
th s tal ofe sa canntat

blrd ro~n this 2 day o
Rebecca L. Norris
Cler o Saihd Court

Aspublsh in the Wash-
ington County News Octo-

INTE CI 0U COURT
INR TH FIRST JDICOAL
WASHINGTON COUNTY
FORINDA670-A39
W LLIM J. MONGOVEN,

DENNIS CARRASQUILLO,
SALLY AR ASNCUILLOOF
BROWARD, INC.,
ade amns rativ ds
Defendants. -

NOTDCE OFRERESOCSHUERDE

NTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that pursuant to an
asrosrResc~h udin t d
25th d of S pte b r
cae, l scwesllthie f os o
uated ~in WASHINGTON
County, Florida, described
as:
.teWes osid e2offet.Mto#of
ber 237, in the S % of the
NE %/ of Section 4, Town-
ship4a NrthdnRange 1
L.W Mordt dap ofthe City
of Cipley hdria, on fi e

Ccit Cour 10 dWashing,
at public sale, to the high.
est and best bidders for
cash, at the front steps of
the Washington County
Courthouse, at 1293 Jack.
sWanshingvou County FI r
11da, at lof00 am, on the
FLORIDA LAW REQUIRES
THAT ANY PERSON OR
ENTITY, OTHER THAN
ESOF H DRAT E F
U EDENSTChlAMIN
SURPLUS FUNDS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, MUST
FILE A CLAIM FOR SAID
CUD HWTTH HN C U
(6AOLEDAYS AFTER THE

Weal No thismCouhat, tisa 2
y of Sptem b r 209.

ey C RoC k
gt pu lshuend in the Wash
ber 3, 10, 2009.
NOTC OFG

TheCito of bro lrida


1100

anyrlsdent voter desir-
ing to become a candi-
date for the office of
Councilperson may do
so by filing a written no-
tice of candidacy with
the City Clerk. A quali-
fying fee of $:5.00 for
Councilperson will be
re uired. All other forms
ne essary for qualifying
can be pilckedTu a Eibr
ing of candidates will
b gin at 8: 0 a.m.e Oto-
1:00 p.m. on October 22,
2009.
The City o ~Ero aeres
to the Americans with
Disabilities Act and will
make reasonable accom-
modations for access
upon request. Please call
the City Clerk at (850)
535-2842 to make a re-
quest.
As published in the
Washington County
Newis September 23, 26,
30 & October 3, 7, 10,
14, 17, 2009 -


PUBLIC NOTICE
THE WASHINGTON
COUNTY VALUE AD-
JUSTMENT BOARD WILL
209AT 9:00 B.AETd4E
WOUP ANEX, BOARD
SUT GOURLO RD,11
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA. THE
PURPOSE OF THE MEE"
ING IS TO:
1. HEAR 'TIMELY-FILED
PTTOSHFEORR AJSd
APPRAISER'S VALUATION
PRSRO AL PO ENR I
NIALAPOFR FR ALOLEM
S ECMAT ONNSSAND CLAS-

PROPS I ER OSPOE
CIAL MAGISTRATE AND
APPLO TMSENTd F SPE-

LUTAODNO ORN $1F5R E T
fl0N FULINGEF PERSN

EIHDSA DISABILITY WHo
RCCMMODTIRONCIPNg
IN THIS MEETING,
YOUCARSET ENTI LEUD, ATA

HETI PA VIS NANCE.
PLEASE CONTACT
NEG AKSO OA ENUE,
85 -386233, FLTEN
SIAO 239 ATF LEST TWH
M EIG F ~OUEARE.
PAIRED, CALL TDD
1D TD THS THI DAY OF
O ONNE GLSOW

Bspub~l sed thC~ Rash-
ington2Caunty News Octo-


Public Sale

Atatute u38 0 theo da
sonal property stored in
the following units will be
disposed of on October
or, e09 at4 9:0 a~m at 7
Chiplejt, Florida 32428.
-The tenant may pay this
bI pr orc sh acoe a
their property

e Junia Bulr

#37-George Shillaberry
#41-George Shinabery
#48-Sharmin Ho~gue
#52-Laura Barfielld
#60-George Shinaberry
gt pu lshu tinN the a h
ber10,17, 2009.




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COLOF SELLS! I
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Sin I
Canlno fo d Itas
andbeon~oticedl 1

547 914 I








Bull dog, Young female,
Bridle foud indChipleci


3130

MISCUE QNEUS
AUCTION
3234 Main St. Vernon, FL.,
Hwy. 79 South
-(2nd Building on left)
SATURDAY NIGHTS 7R~M.
Multi-Sellers. Selection
will vary from week to
week!!I
Cash, credit/debit cards.
Michelle Roof
Michele tiHC"s
FL AU304 AB420224.



3220
B&B Furniture 1342 North
RR Avenue, Chipley. We
pay cash for clean,.quality
furniture. 850-557-0211 or
850-415-6866. Ask for
Pasco or Carolyn

Sharp 19" TV, LCD, HDTV,
PC input, Dolby Digital.
Brand new, in original car.
ton. $175. 850-638-0846.


3230 |
3 Family Yard Sale. Sat,
Oct 10th, 7am?-untill. Name
brand clothes, furniture,
seats,atoo much to put. At
West.


S3230 1

BI YaR kSA E. Nex t
Hwy 77, Greenhead. Sat-
urday, October 10th.

HUGE GARAGE/ESTATE
SALE: 1290 HWY. 173, %
mile south of PS school.
Friday & Saturday, Octo-
ber 9th&10th. 91 ranger
pick up, Legend electric
scooter, e oa~dngbc eup
hnd andd pwe tols t
ing equipment and jars
cat sro sk Ilets, uexre
equipment, clothes, 1909
Treddle Singer sewing ma-
chine, trundle bed com-
plete, metal detector,
some furniture, too many
others to list.

Moving Yard Sale. Inside
& out. Sat & Sun,
7am-Untill. 5310 Hwy 77.
South of Sunny Hills. Ap-
pliances, toys,
bed/trundle, lots of house-
hold items.




Mulity-Family Yard Sale
St., October Ith 8-2
bin Way


3230 |
Bg Yarl Sa ,; Octobmnd

743 Third St. 7a.m, till
Multi-Family Yard Sale.
Oct 10 at 1321 Forrest
Ave. 7am-1pm. if it rains,
will be Oct 17th.
SALE, Saturday, Oct.
10th, 6a.m., Hwy 90 East,
730 Sewell Farms Road,
en'ls nNewborn-3T

Ge, Bicor an~du truer
Yard Sale. Frl. & Sat.
Oct. 9e&10. 1H34 10ou6 D.
Kays Corner. 7am-Untill.
Fish plates will be sold.
Yard Sale. Oct. 9&10,
SHwy 90, just past Gully
Springs Church. Turn
right, follow signs to Hew-
ett Drive.
Yard Sale. South of
Chipley on Hwy 77. Corner
of Falling Water Rd & Hwy
77. Sat., 8am-1pm.


|3240
Lead Bullets for reloading.
.30 cal to .45 cal. muzzle
loading projectiles. New 38
special ammo.
cumminsb Mes~andl~u- 7,

Chipley.


3<1/2 FT IGUANA
With 4ft. cage and acces-
sories, Very gentle Female
appiox. 4 years-old Only
$150 (firm) for everything.
contact Jim at 547-4415


UNIQUE CATS
and kittens. Mousers, Get
MCE. Th ray P tsa itd
wtihq e rldely. Inite an
Gutsd~eHcs EMU BeEv
trame and address if ado -
547-4415


White English Bulldog
mix. Shots & neutered. In-
side or outside dog. 3-4yrs
old. 850-482-2808,
850-272-2678.




2130

For Sale: gat family ,
pygmy, nanny, bill and 2
kids, (born 9/11), $200.
Need money for Xbox 360.
85 547-0224, Lev ms
sage


Wanted To Buy antiques,
collectibles, gold, silver,
dinnerware, collections,
paintings, call At Schmidt
850-638-7304




3130 |

AUCTION
Sat., Oct. 10
Leslie MilAe state
4370 Wilderness Road
Vernon, FL.
From Hwy 79 N
Vernon, FL
Wilderness Rd West
App. 5 miles on right
Watch for signs
Selling house contents,
yard &garden tools.
Manyi Antiques.
Info: Gerald Mason, #642
850-849-0792.


Diamond Jim's
Public Auction,
AB2798 AU3432.
1800 E Railrod Ave,
Chipley, FL. 850-547-0397.
Buyers wanted,
EvSg eMody e6


|3250

r K&L Farm, LLC.
I GreenPeanutsforl
I Bqiling. I
I' 1567-Piney Grove Rd, I
Chipley.
SM-F; 8-6 Sat., 8-4:30.
I 850-638-5002, I
S850-260-5003
I850-527-3380 I
Ll. .




S3280

For Sale; set of 3- 14 inch
bottom plows, $300,, Hay
fork, $75., Hay spear,
$150., 2- row cultivator,
$350., single wing hay
rake, 4- wheel, $250., deep
well pump, $250., garden
tiller, 5 HP walk behind
with reverse, $250. Call
850-535-2050 after 6 p.m.
850-260-1157


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I ."buyorsell" .I
I const. equipment; I
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WILL: BE SOLD TO HIGH
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Fine Jewelry, Coins & Eistate
Items: Sat. Oct. 24t~h .@
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1U audy cober 1,2009 eWashington County News


2000 Chevrolet Subur-
ban. $6,000. Can be seen
at: Community South
Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
E., Chipley, FL.



|8160

For Sale. 2006 Yamaha
Morphous Scooter. 250cc
with 130 miles. $4,200.
850-638-0659.




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250 Gal Fuel Tank, $150. Chipley Physical For Rent: 3BR/2BA in Mobile Homes in Cot.
1 Row Covington planter, Therapy, Inc. Ponce de Leon, Country tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi-
never used, $650. Water fll Career Opportunity setting, $525. per month les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
roller, $500. Built by J&H. We are looking for: .plus $400. deposit. & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total
7FT high platform with IA hardworking, energetic 850-265-3166 elec. (850)-258-4868 or
forks on 3 pt hitch, $450. Public Relations Manager ieCen oss at 85 0 -2 09 -88 4 7
850-260-1342. Full time position based in tic dla mobiles hames www.charloscountryliving.c
I our Chipe oh n SEO om

3300 Public Relations Skills, ex- Financing. 850-547-2531. Transmitter Mobile Home
Hay For Sale. 4x5 Rolls, cellent personal presenta- Park n ana 0it 80-061in
Coastal $30, Bahia $25. tion, outgoing personality Pbihn Ciilce J Mobile Home Park
850-323-0595 with good organizational NotiCO in Chipley, 921 N 2nd St.
skills and ability to work & G aeille 5262 Alabama
Wanted: Elderly gentle- autonomously. Experi- All real estate advertsing in St. 23 IBR units for rent
man wanting lady for com- ence is preferred. Graphic this newspaper is subject to starting @ $350 per mo
panion & light housework. design experience is a the Fair Housing Act which For info cal 850691-9224
Room, board free. Lives in plus. Benefits included. makes it illegal to advertise
Bonifay, Must lIve-in, small Applicants must have a "any preference, limitation
salary.Cell#931-628-8939 verifiable history of being or discrimination based on
Waned:Juk aplancsable to get things done. race, color, religion. Sex, A GREA T I
Wantmoed:, Junk alances Please fax resume to (954) handicap, familial status or DA;
lawnmowrs, armand 62-917national origin, or an inten-
garden equipment, golf 86 -57 tion, to make any such pref-
c atllte f feC HOUSEKEEPER cimi tion Fai istdtiu Transmitter Moble Home
wil pigk up. Energetic woman wanted includes children under the Park,on Transmitter Rd, in
850-547-0088 10 -15 hours per week, age of 18 living with parents Palnabia City 850-960-0619
Cleaning and meal prep or legal custodians, preg- Circle J Mobile Home Park
M-F 4p- 7p. Background nant women and people se- in .Chipley, 850-691-9224
.Check Fleq. Contact Paula curing custody of children 921 N 2nd St.; & Graceville
331 O o Jim 547-4415 under 18. 5262, Alabama St. 2&3 /BR
MUSIC LESSONS; Piano, Thisnewsape wil no units for reht, starting @
Guitar, Bass, Drums, $350 perppe mol Fo ifocal
Banjo, Mandolin, Violin, knc5 ~ vesng lyr acepalanestat 850-691-9224
Flute. Covington Music. .: -;-........ i
We buy used musical in- Professional/Church Ie ..-.4 ere.t
struments. Downtown ,,,Ir .. re l.)
Chipley. 850-638-5050. Youth Pastor position j]. n:] ~.3: .. a
p~eeded for Church, calllrr jce. .a.jiser:~ ieavl \
. ~~850-658-6246, Pastor ,. ::n
|, 3350 .:i
'Casino Bound 2nd Fri- Tuftos Needed
1.day, of .every month.l Immediate openings, de- re .." 0 *Eji.
I.Pick up in Bonifay, FL, I green required, flexible I'"--' ''
6 Geneava, AL. $35 per schedules, $20 per tiour
Ipperin will re-mov~re 5il Contact:(888) 434-2582 or
Iln trEe pjla Fror moreI jcrawford@clubzlutoring.com r-~
Ilnto call 1-80(K-23 4978. o1 o I IIURs
L~dvr.Ire our byPalSUN~NY HILLS
6100 watel~-rtroml nrrc~e name~
Executive Office Space *ir. lat e .new
4100. for rent downtown Chipley r. mnsuo~eca
Caregiver position open' All util. inct'd 638-1918 reII.0tr.15.0
at Holmes Creek ALF in HinPLE, Jrsome d-l?51.Ilr

uday N d etprinh n~ec 851: Fr. 0rr
essay. Must be clean and 6110 :':'4J8'

cokn sil an poseso Cpee Goo l cation EW 2
.ties :include cooking, Npt.340 6170 ,
cleaning and assisting res- 0 0
idents with other daily liv- *2 & 3 & 4 BR utomaCln~!-~~;m
ing requirements. Applica- Lyr'r. avin ~r ennia Mbdel18:
tion bmay be flacedbat te BW 0 =18S P
Bee's Restaurant in Ver-o.806-81 Wtigrae&d'h 68116 .ol o,
non.~5 85-6-81aamobta e $550 di- h.l~ 5ipb HI
SalestBusiness Dev posit. 527-5250. Is.ji ier ~ce rurn 3nej 3
I I CHIPLEY mas East :.r vemnon or.
I Advertising I 18WBR/A $400, SD$200; Flor..-e R" 8-19-6841.
,I Sales I2BR/1BA$475, SD~5 $22, 3893
S 1. rt w C~sSDo in BR MH fr rent wit~hl util
I Washington' 'I fans, stove &refrigerator. .. "d5
I County News 1. F a E E
SHolmes County I water/sewer/garbage! 2 BR 1-1.5BA Molce~l
TimesAdveriser Sorry no pets or HUD. Hs-.rng Ai..:. 38R )BA Mn
i ie-dets .I 638-3306. 1 *-....... e-...... 61 3 TOYO
Do yu wnt caeef For rent Sleepy Hollow '2BR 1BA MH. CnrA 5 me tmtiP
luhere youl can make al Duplex Apartments l es north ofl Verniin .:.r. Mbdel 44
derfearerace' Are you ag nuD jot acepted. PaePr a5.slgS PE
motvatd are asoc jeR( IBA, Wajle garbage, j3.3-7.10 E
late' II you answaerprl Ijur cj, il:se luded~. Spa-
I yes ared ye~s lahe a look II ,::lu, us~~! energyofent with 2BR 2BA M.H. Downlcwn
youl .Freedom.l wants 850-838-7128.` pe.9il E~iirersl c)rld.1.or
Imotivated Multi-mediaIJ '1... per5 iJ50 arr~;nlt
IAdvensincog Accoulnt Ex-I For' Rent: Unique Call535-6425.
ecurs~ei .au v.ll have 2BR/2BA screened porch All prices and disco
Ire pornt10oia apartment. Non Smoker, 1 3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile from
Idnamic and ener~get1 lsall 4<, references a nt P R E -OScool O

I innovation,. and rcompet- I 3R2AMblHoe
g itive sp~r.1 ro, make srl THiE NEW RIDGE- ing C1IA ewer trailers. Free
impct n u. usim- WOOD APARTMENTS ..aI ktr&swr
ers, our Organ1ao3 1 ud130IB530 miles South of Bonifay.
I ard jo~ur or. career I | JBA Wj45 Ind1uceS c.Tyl G al547-4198 373-7610.
IgYOUw l WH lu.:r. cn all mre- II Ialiliier and ppasCtII I conro
dia pajnirml at Frie- 85i155'-7.32 3BR/2BA Doublewide.
Idom; sell1irig prior anall L I I I I Large~ chain link fenced :
lonline ajm Le~ver~a.;l yard. $650 plus deposit.
(your crearnarly a-: youl No pets. Call 638-1716.11 .o
panne wi cusrome 1 140 calls after 8PM.
Imuts..meia~l solutions I Bonltay. 3BRa & 2BiR.
us ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I'; our W~lngad13510 J5 mo uol
I everJlrowerl g portfolio o Pies 850-699-359 9
I advertising: productsts. I 4BR/1BA House for rent in - -
Jlour su(ccYs In Ir..s rolel verrac.r. 5750: amonth, For Rent: 2! & 3 bed- Il ~
coulrl ril youl up 10? pur I '5(: deposit. HUD ndt ac- room mobile homes in
Irue a varlery of .: areer aepled tL. -5250. Bonifay. Call
Spans 1' .r. Our organua 850-547-3462 .
her.or irouhoulour Chipley 3br, 1ba House.
pareni Company Free. Storag6 shed, CH&A, W/D RetB/1AMbl
loojm ComrmunlCal..:.ns I Conn, WS&;G incl. $600 m~ es$0nont h 8RB pMblus
galn Ir j (F oe of m~el g m $00 ,dp ilo it $300. deposit, 'no pets.
naI n lares prl 85-1422 Call 850-fi47-2043. Leave
r.rnea meaCJ~ comp ~ For Lease/Sale~ message.,
1: ~2 br, 1 ba~ House in Chip- For Rent: 2BR/2BA Mo-
Sand rieume to ley $750 month w/WSG & bile, home, $400. month
I nujearef~ljo=2i lawn; maint. included De- plush aeposir WaIEr Sew-
e; n~plEypajpe~rcom 'posit & References Re- age & garbage provided.
Sor pai up qurdOwner Financing 850-547-4232
an apph~CgShor= alj Available 850-333-0133
I' i-For, Rent: Real nice
SI HM~amro irers Ni~i For Rent. 2WBR/1BAt~rpier 3BR/2BA mobile home,
~clean, $250. month. nice location in the coun-
136.2 N] Rajlroad Ave.I 3BR/2BA trailer, $325. try, located between Or-
i n pl. y Fiorl~da 1I nonth, ~Police de Leon ange Hill Road &,Hw) 231
or rn if n area. Call 850-259-9113. 0-R8d6Rod
~~w~ww.freedom.com :IFor Rent/sale: 3BR/2BA 850-638-1434
See *Careers' h ome in Chipley, CH/A,
1 $600. month. Handi-cap IFor Rent; 2 & 3 bedroom
I Equai Oppi'rian~ity eqllipped. Large Lot, Ref-' trailers, total electric, $300.
SEmployer I erences required, deposit, & $350. month, $200. de-
Drug free Walr p~ljae 1st and last. 850-547-(091 posit, 850-548-5541
L ad ;~wsu~


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C&C Bookkeeping and
Tax esvieep ge en dy tl rsit with th~e Elder yin Io 0 en fse ns.Chip ey
(850)638-1483 ehpirnr ne wards hsh don't hv te rom sWe
rates. Call 850-849-2535 or (850)638-4539, north ~of
* 850-547-5041. Townsends.
Headliners and Vlinyl
Too aMobil .Unit. do the
at kplacen ewRsontao
rate on ew vnyl opsCarpentry, pressure wash-
at imteo. carl ati gree ing, lawn care, patio &win- B&M Mower Repair &
leave message. (850) dow re-screening. great Service. Quality workat a
638-7351 rates. (850)638-492 fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
ery Available.. Bill or Mary


Stricklen's Carpentry. Sewing INiachine and Vac-
Decks, Porches, New SOD & SEED on the farm, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
Editions, Remodeling, del vered or installed. Cen- anteed service on all
so,2""'.d'tids, tiped St. A gstine dBer maa -oles ~te

(Shi W etl) bl0 41h 35;0638-4860. 26 1V Waukesha, Bonifay
Call 850-535-0203.


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5.5+ acres, 3BR/2BA
Home. Well & Septic
Allowance included.
$105,000.00
For Info: 850-638-7701



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I acre lots in city with all
City utilities available.1
$500. down and $200.
Imonth:850-699-3599
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6 + acres on Yates Settle-
ment~ Road, Washington
County. Large oaks, high
& dry, quiet country lI ing'
yet close to town. For
more information, Call
day; 850-547-5070 ask for
MaryAnn, Night;
850-573-0253 ask Michael

Two 5 acres & One 10 aq-
res on Buddy Rd. One 10
acres & Orie 13 acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner finanic-
ing For more info call lyil-
ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.


3BR/1BA House for sale
w/1BR/1BA apartment & 6
car garage. In Westville.
$35,000. 850- 260-4654.

Reduced 50K.
Chipley, 2/3Blf, 2BA
like b ad new, beautiful

Only 45 mins, to Panama
CityaBeach. Owner% ma
cash back. $139,900.
OBO. (314) 346-3303.

Large vacant lot for sale
on Spring Pond in
Washing gton Coun y
The lot is on apblkcroad with
minimum deedrestriction. Build
yourown dream home or hold as a
future investment. Close to the new
Panama City Airport. Sellers are
motivated,oilly $60,000.
MLS388290
Call
SCentury 21Commander
'Realty,Inc.
Victor Jed at 850-819-2188
or yoir private viewing or more
`information,


1995 Homes of, Merit,
24x40, 3BR/2BA w/new
carpet & paint for $22,900
including set-up. Call Brad
@ 850-763-7780.




1997 16x80 3BR/2BA
w/new paint, new carpet.
Set-up included. $18,900.
Call Brad @ 850-763-7780.




2006 32x80 4BR/2BA
w/iia kitchen & laundry
rboohm, g~la ur imnacne
available, Call Brad @
850-783-7780.


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2006 Mitsubishi Galant.
$10,500. Can been seen
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Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
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