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Family of the late Patricia
Ann Coleman receives
Patricia's posthumous
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United Way
celebration
The Washington and
Holmes County United Way
campaign celebrated with
awards and agency
recognition Monday.
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Fourth-graders soar
Lilla Brown's fourth grade
class won Box Top
Challenge at Vernon
Elementary School by
cr:,llr:ining, the most box tops
during this challenge.
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FDOT plans State 79 widening


By CECILIA SPEARS
Florida Freedom Newspapers
NEW HOPE State officials
discussed proposed improve-
ments to State 79 at a public
meeting that drew about 40 peo-
ple Tuesday at the Oak Valley
Opry.
The improvements, from Pot-
ters Springs Road to north of
Miller's Ferry Road, are part of a
plan to eventually widen the two-
lane, 28-mile highway from Ebro
to Interstate 10.
However, a half-mile segment
of the highway will have to
be rerouted around New


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Hope, from Potter Springs
Road to north of Miller's Ferry
Road.


The new segment of the
highway is necessary, Florida
Department of Transportation
and other officials said, because
a home in the original path of the
widening project could be eligi-
ble for the National Register of
Historic Places.
Protected under the Historic
Preservation act of 1966, the des-
ignated Shipes-Holley House
would be affected by widening
State 79.
"This house has been desig-
nated to be historically signifi-
cant," said Kirk Stull, project
manager for HDR Engineering
Inc., which is working on the


hipley's Class of 2008


Chipley High School seniors graduated Thursday night at the
Philip Rountree Memorial Field. One of 133 graduating
seniors receives his diploma along with the class flower,
the tiger lily, from his homeroom teacher.



County celebrates EMS Week


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
Members of the community
gathered at the Blue Lake Com-
munity Center. May 20 to help cel-
ebrate National EMS Week and
to show appreciation for their
local EMS paramedics.
National EMS Week is a week
chosen in the month of May to
show appreciation for the local
E'..1'EMT workers and for the
workers and community a chance
to spend time together in a relaxed
environment.
Tami Stafford. a paramedic who
decided to take it upon herself to

See EMS. page 2


Cecilia Spears S:a" N:'/er
Marie Patterson, EMS paramedic for AirHeart of Sacred Heart
Health, was on hand at EMS appreciation event.


project. "This house needs to be
avoided to obtain federal fund-
ing."
When asked about the impact
a proposed toll road connecting
Montgomery, Ala., and 1-10
would have on the project, Stull
said he saw the projects as being
unrelated, at least for now.
"Right now, it's two totally
separate and unrelated projects,"
Stull said. "The fact that they've
(toll road planners) come
forward now doesn't change
what's going. In fact, if the toll
road is built, it might end up
being an addition to this
project."


Lane

changes

No decision made
on Sunny Hills
Boulevard speeds
By CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
Potentially unsafe condi-
tions on Sunny Hills Boulevard
was the main focus of business
at Thursday's regular meeting
of the Washington County
Board of County Commission-
ers.
The board discussed
whether the road should be
reduced to two lanes, leaving
the other two lanes for bicy-
clists and other slower traffic,
or the speed limit lowered
from 45 mph to 25 mph. The
board decided to research the
issue further before making a
final decision.
The board also considered
options for funding construc-
tion of the Sunny Hills Com-
munity Center. Construction
had been halted because of a
lack of funding.
Board members expressed
concern that materials already
purchased would be ruined by
exposure to the weather if
action is not taken soon.
In other business, the board
designated Tuesday as Sen. Bill
Nelson Day. The public is
invited to a reception with the
senator at the Blue Lake Com-
munity Center starting at
5 p.m.


Collision kills
2 in Caryville
CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
CARYVILLE
Richard Eades, of DeFu-
niak Springs, and Carlton
Jacobs, of Panama City Beach,
were killed late Tuesday when
their vehicles collided near the
junction of Pate Pond Road
and St. Matthews Road, offi-
cials said.
The Florida Highway Patrol
reported that as Jacobs' 2006
Triumph motorcycle was cross-
ing into the oncoming lane, he
See CRASHES, page 5


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2 Saturday, May 24, 2008 0 Washington County News


PET TALK



Professor not


wild about


lions or tigers


COLLEGE STATION
- So you've thought
about buying a neat ani-
mal like a lion or tiger and
making a pet out of it in
the backyard?
Not so fast, say animal
experts.
"There really is not one
good reason for an indi-
vidual to own big exotic
carnivores," says Dr. J. Jill
Heatley, a professor in the
College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences at Texas A&M
University and an expert
in exotic pets.
"There are numerous
reasons why you should
not own one. I would
strongly advise anyone
considering this idea to
think it through very care-
fully. If a person buys one,
it's a good bet that both
the animal and the owner
will end up unhappy."
Big exotic carnivores
include lions, tigers,
jaguars, servals, leopards,
bears and cougars.
Texas is home to more
exotic animals than any
state in the country, and
there are thousands of the
animals living in homes
and ranches across the
state. So many, in fact,
that the state passed some
new laws several years ago
intending to restrict the
widespread ownership of
dangerous exotic animals.
The new laws say each
county must have its own
regulations and enforce-
ment regarding exotic ani-
mals. Many counties have
banned ownership of
exotics, while others have
much stricter laws regard-
ing the animals.
The negatives of owning
an exotic animal far out-
weigh any benefits, Heatley
believes.
First consideration is cost.
Many exotics animals can
cost thousands of dollars
each. "Plus, they need a spe-
cific diet, and that includes
high-quality meat or meat
products, and these diets can
be very expensive," Heatley
adds.
"A large cat like a tiger
or lion can easily consume
6-8 pounds of meat a day.
It's very rare when an
exotic can be trained to
eat cat food like a typical
house cat."
Another huge consider-
ation: personal risk.
It's not uncommon for an
exotic animal to turn on its
owner or others for seem-
ingly no reason, Heatley
explains. Recently, a bear
used in several Hollywood
productions suddenly


attacked its trainer, killing
him.
'An exotic pet can go
from a loving, trusting pet
to an attack animal in a
split second." Heatlev
says. "When a 300- or 400-
pound animal has a mood
change, the damage it can
inflict can be very serious.
We must remember that
these are still wild animals
and as such their reactions
can be difficult if not
impossible to predict.
"There are some
remarkable stories about
owners having the same
animal for years and sud-
denly it attacks them. And
if the animals should ever
escape, many people can
be at risk."
Even those animals
which have been declawed
and have their teeth filed
down or surgically
removed can still inflict
mortal damage to a
human in a few moments,
she adds.
Because exotics are
often kept outdoors, it
means they must be
placed in cages, and rarely
are such cages a healthy
environment, Heatley
notes.
Many cages are too
small, and the living con-
ditions are often less than
ideal for the animal and
can border on outright
abuse and neglect.
The bottom line: leave
caring for exotic animals
to the experts, Heatley
advises.
"We have some wonder-
ful zoos in our area that do
an excellent job caring for
and protecting and preserv-
ing big cats and other large
exotic carnivores, such as the
Houston and Waco zoos,"
Heatley says. "These are
excellent places to view and
enjoy the majesty of these
beautiful creatures without
the danger or expense of pri-
vate ownership."
"Some game preserves
or licensed exhibitors
might have a need for
some exotic carnivores.
But for the average citi-
zen, there is no good rea-
son for him or her to own
such an animal," Heatley
says. "Even for those who
do own exotics, you can
often find several glaring
faults in their ownership
methods."
Pet Talk is a service of the
College of Veterinary Medi-
cine & Biomedical Sciences,
Texas A&M University. Sto-
ries can be viewed on the
World Wide Web at
http://tamunews.tamu.
edu/.


Cecilia Spears / Staff Writer
The new AirHeart helicopter is being inspected at the EMS celebration at Blue Lake Community Center.


EMS
Continued from page 1

do something for the local
EMS teams, put the event
together.
"I noticed nothing was
being done to recognize
the hard work and dedica-
tion to service the EMS
teams do, so I just put this
event together 4-5 years
ago to show them just how
grateful it is to have them,"
Stafford said.
"The money and food for
the event was donated by so
many organizations and
businesses that there's no
way to list just how many
people helped work up this
event," Stafford said.
Wilburn Baker was
awarded for 30 years of
service as EMS Paramedic
Director for Holmes
County and Randall
Truette was awarded for 33
years of service as EMS
paramedic Director for


ueciia pears / stai "vr"er
EMS/EMT paramedics with their families and friends at the National EMS Week
celebration.
Washington County. more) by his peers in both also received awards for
Given an award for over- Washington and Holmes their EMS support, and
all good character and job County was paramedic Wal-Mart was recognized
performance (and much Seamus O'Neill. AirHeart for their contributions.


VES
Spelling
Bee
winners
Vernon
Elementary
held its first
grade spelling
bee on April
24. Winners are
from the left;
first place,
Austin Hogue
and second
place, Lana
Bush. Not
pictured is
Austin Watson,
third place.


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Washington County News 0 Saturday, May 24, 2008 0 3


Ronnie Laughlin presents


Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Patricia Ann Coleman's diploma and tassel to her parents last week.


Coleman's d


oma


Chipley's 'rising star' receives posthumous bachelor's degree


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Professors
at the University of South
Florida called the late Patri-
cia Ann Coleman of Chipley
"a rising star" in their pro-
grams. One even wrote that
she said he needed to "man
up" and be tougher on stu-
dents that did not work as
hard as she did.
Coleman died before she
could fulfill her promise of
working as a speech patholo-
gist, but her promise was hon-
ored last week as one of her
UCF teacher presented her
family with her diploma and
tassel for Patricia's posthu-
mous bachelor's degree.
A group of friends
and family members
was on hand at the
Coleman home on
Orange Hill High-
way as Ronnie
Laughlin, MA,
director of under-
graduate programs
for the Department
of Communication Patrici
Sciences and Disor- Colem
ders, made the pres-
entation.
"Thank you so much for
giving her to us," Laughlin
said. Professors said Patricia
would have "shined" in grad-
uate school, Laughlin told


Contributed photo
Patricia Ann Coleman was killed in a traffic accident
on Dec. 21, 2007.


a
a


those at the event.
Her parents, Wilfred and
Alfreda Coleman, accepted
the presentation. Alfreda
Coleman praised her daugh-
ter for her dedica-
tion to her studies,
as well as her strong
Christian princi-
ples. The two were
able to enjoy a
cruise together just
before Patricia was
S killed in a traffic
S accident on Dec.
Ann 21,2007.
n "We were
allowed this time
together," Alfreda
said. "I see God in all of this.
She met no strangers, and she
will always be my baby."
Pastor David Woods of
Yes Lord Deliverance


Church of God in Christ also
praised Patricia's Christian
faith. "She was a special per-
son in our congregation,"
Woods said.
Coleman was the 2004
Miss Black Washington
County and a graduate of
Chipley High School, where
she was a member of the
National Honor Society,
and a graduate of Chipola
College.

Scholarship
offered
Friends and family have
established a Chipola College
scholarship endowment in
Patricia's memory.
The scholarship will be
awarded in August of 2008 to


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For information about
the endowment, call Julie
Fuqua at the Chipola
College Foundation at
(850) 718-2478.


Logo contest


Washington County Arts
Council has a vision


The Washington
County Arts Council.
Inc.. a non-profit organi-
zation. is hosting a logo
contest in which a $100
prize will be awarded to
the individual who best
portrays the vision of the
Washington County Arts
Council. Our mission
includes arts education,
publicity of local and
regional arts events, and
nurturing a fertile envi-
ronment for the growth of
the arts within our com-
munity through theatre,
gallery, writers and spe-
cial events.
Criteria:
Maximum size of logo
should be 6 x 6 inches. If
submitted in a printed for-
mat, the paper size should
be no larger than 8 1/2 x 11
inches and have the ability
to be scanned (hence the
size limitation). The logo
may also be transmitted in
electronic (digital) format.
The name "Washing-
ton County Arts Council"
must be incorporated into
the logo.
Should be submitted
in black and white.
The contest is limited
to people who live or
work in Washington
County.
Deadline is July 13,
2008 and entries must be
submitted to one of the
following locations:
e-mailed to tonyapip-
pin@bellsouth.net or
delivered to the Washing-
ton County Library at
1444 Jackson Ave., Chip-
ley, Fl Attn: Linda Nor-
ton.
Printed format
entries must be submitted
in an envelope labeled


Keep in mind
that the logo is
not an art
piece and
intricate
detailing will
not translate
well to a small
image format.

"Washington County Arts
Council Logo Contest."
All entries should include a
cover letter, which include
the artist name, address,
phone number, relation-
ship to Washington
County, and email address
(if applicable).
Disclosures: The Wash-
ington County Arts Coun-
cil reserves the right to
refuse all entries, alter the
fonts, sizes and colors.
The logo becomes the.
property of The Washing-
ton County Arts Council
and will not be returned.
Tips: Keep in mind that
the logo is not an art
piece and intricate detail-
ing will not translate well
to a small image format.
The logo needs to trans-
late well to a line art,
color or black and white
format for printing.
A fixing agent may
need to be applied to
charcoals or pencil to pre-
vent the logo from smear-
ing during the scanning of
the image.
For more information,
please contact Tonya Pip-
pin at (850) 638-8851 or
tonyapippin@bellsouth.n
et or visit www.washing-
toncountyarts.org


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Health Department

Welcomes The


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& CONTROL PROGRAM

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF'

HEALTH

General Facts About Tobacco
*Tobacco use kills more than 400,000 Americans each year-more
than alcohol, AIDS, car crashes, illegal drugs, murders and suicides
combined.
Each day about 4,000 kids (under 18) try smoking for the first time,
and another 1,000 more kids become new regular daily smokers.
*The chemical nicotine found in cigarettes and other tobacco
products is a powerful central nervous system stimulant that is
highly addictive. In high doses it is extremely poisonous, and is
commonly used as an insecticide.
Lung cancer, throat cancer, heart disease, stroke and emphysema
are just some of the painful, life-threatening diseases associated with
smoking. Smoking also is associated with cancers of the mouth,
larynx, esophagus, pancreas, cervix, kidney, stomach and bladder.






Tobacco Advertising and Marketing
*Tobacco companies spend over $23 million a year on lobbying the
U.S. congress and contributions to federal candidates and political
parties.
Cigarette and spit-tobacco companies continue to advertise heavily
at retail outlets near schools and playgrounds, with large ads and
signs clearly visible from outside the stores.
A 1995 study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found
that teens are more likely to be influenced to smoke by cigarette
advertising than by peer pressure.
*Tobacco Companies associate the use of their products with rodeos,
rock stars, and sports heroes, they even sponsor rock concerts,
rodeos, auto racing, and tractor pulls.
*The tobacco industry spends over $13.3 billion a year on advertising,
which is more that $36 million a day, only to attract new customers.


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4 Saturday, May 24, 2008 0 Washington County News



Country Jamboree big hit at KMS


CECILIA SPEARS
Staff writer

Kate Smith Elementary
School third grade teachers put
on a show for their third stu-
dents on May 14, calling it a
Country Jamboree.
Dee Stanton, teacher and
coordinator of the event.
explained that the third graders
have several categories of read-
ing curriculum throughout the
year, these are called reading
units- and each unit has a
theme, this unit's theme was
"The Country Life".
'At the end of every unit we
put together these events for the
children as something special
for all their hard work," said
Stanton.
"Each unit usually lasts about
six weeks each."
Dee Brock, opened the day's
event with a "howdy-ya-do" and
wearing overalls, a straw hat,
painted freckles, blackened
teeth, pig tails and a country
drawl that left the children
laughing and cheering.
The performances opened
with LynnZee Webb, singing
country songs beautifully, fol-
lowed by "Reader's Theater", a
play about one of the stories the
children read called "The City
Mouse and the Country Cecel
Mouse" performed by Cecelia Elemr
Grissett's class.
"I know that they begin to
build a fluency when they read
their books out loud; especially
in front of a crowd as they gain
experience in effective public
speaking," said Dee Brock,
third-grade teacher. "I know
their oral presentations benefit
them greatly."
Rounding out the entertain-
ment was Ken Stanton (hus-
band of Dee Stanton) playing
the banjo, hog calling by
MaryAnn Register (Principle
Jerry Register's wife), a country
band with Peewee Johns and
Milton Strickland, line dancing
provided by Verdell Carter,
banjo and mandolin playing by
Jacob Sewell and John Webb,
and square dancing.
"The kids had a blast," said
Carol Griffin, supervisor of
elections and volunteer. "They
needed to be rewarded for
working so hard." Ken S






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class performs "City Mouse, Country Mouse" during the Jamboree held at Kate Smith


Stanton and Band playing traditional folk music for


education drive


Lilla Brown's fourth grade class won Box Top Challenge at Vernon
Elementary School by collecting the most box tops.during this
challenge. They were rewarded with pizza for the whole class. All
the students at VES did a great job in saving box tops to help out


their school.


Third-graders at Kate
Smith Elementary
enjoyed the Country
Jamboree:

"I think it was cool and I
really liked the dancing
part.
Kara King, age 9.

"It was good. I liked the
dancing.
Octavia Massaline. 9.

"I thought it was good,
but I really liked to watch
the old people dancing the
most."
Iichard Dilmore, 11.

"I think it went great; I
had lots of fun and I loved
the music."
Sidni Lowery, 9.

"It was great, I loved
everything, I wish my aunt
were here."
Katrina Gross, 9.

"It was awesome, I liked
the line dancing and I wish I
could've seen a piglet."
Desiree Beman, 9.

"It was totally awesome
and I loved the music."
Ryan Acock, 9.


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Chipola eyes arts center


MARIANNA The
new Chipola College Center
for the Arts moved one step
closer to curtain time Tues-
day when the Chipola Dis-
trict Board of Trustees
selected the construction
firm of Allstate/Southland of
Tallahassee to design and
build the new $16 million
center.
According to Joan Stad-
sklev, Director of Fine and
Performing Arts, the project
will indeed be a "center" for
the arts for the college com-
munity and beyond.
The theatre within the
center will seat around 650
with a balcony, and will
include new dressing rooms,
a scene shop and costume
shop. An art gallery and
reception area is planned,
along with a small conces-
sion area. The most intrigu-
ing feature of the new com-
plex is a "black box" theater
especially for theater stu-
dents and audiences of 100


or less.
The project will house
Chipola's entire Fine and
Performing Arts Depart-
ment with teaching studios, a
recital hall, recording studios
and offices.
Chipola Capital Projects
and Contracts Administrator
Louy Harris reported that
groundbreaking for the
56,000 square foot center is
set for November with an
estimated 600 days for com-
pletion.
Chipola Theater Director
Charles Sirmon says, "This is
the culmination of five years
of planning and dreaming.
The larger theater will
enable us to stage big musi-
cals and accommodate large
crowds. The size of the the-
ater will also enhance our
educational theater outreach
program so that more stu-
dents will be able to enjoy
theater."
Chipola president Dr.
Gene Prough, said, "This will


be a showplace for the per-
forming arts in the Panhan-
dle of Florida. We want to
thank Rep. Marti Coley and
the rest of our legislative del-
egation for supporting this
project for our students and
community."
The center is to be con-
structed on the college's new
access off of River Forest
Road. The new road is near
completion and will provide
a second major entrance to
campus.
The new center will
replace the current 350-seat
theater, which was con-
structed in 1958. The
Chipola Theater is a busy
place with an estimated
10,000 visitors per year. In
addition to three annual
college theater productions,
the theater also is home to
four annual artist series
events and other perform-
ances for thousands of area
school children.


Scott Top 5 in Navy Recruit Training
Seaman E3 Gregory A. Scott graduated from Navy Recruit Training at
Great Lakes. Ill.. April 11. He was in the Top 5 of his class.
Scott is currently attending Advanced Training School in San Diego.
He is the son of Gene and Sharon Scott of Chipley. A 2002 graduate of
Vernon High School. he is married to Debbie (Taylor) Scott. They have


S two children. Alexis and Liza.


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COMMUNITY NEWS


Washington Rehab

uses pet therapy


united Way presents awards


Virginia Porter, adminis-
trator of Washington Rehab
in Chipley, adopted five six-
week-old rabbits May 1 to
use as pet therapy.
"It has been shown in
multiple studies that caring
for animals helps decrease
emotional and physical
pain," she said. "It reduces
anxiety and boredom and
can reduce blood pressure,
provide stress relief and
make people happy."
Porter, who worked as a
Wildlife Rescuer in the past,
has seen the benefits of
helping animals. Together,
she believes, we not only
help the wildlife, but also
allow our residents to help
with the nurturing process of
caring for something so
small.
"The animals we help will
most likely not become per-
manent residents," she
explained. "They will be
allowed to be adopted from
us with the option for them
to return with their new par-
ents to re-visit their previous
caregivers, allowing the
Pet Therapy process to
continue."
Washington Rehab has
many more exciting and new
changes in the near future.
The public is invited to tour
the facility to learn more
about the renovations and
new programs.
"As always, our goal is to
redefine the care given in a
long-term facility by allow-
ing our residents to continue
Living Life."

Bank teaches
children to save
In late April, associates of
Capital City Bank taught
students at local schools
about the importance of sav-
ing money as part of
National Teach Children To
Save Day, a financial literacy
program sponsored by the
American Bankers Associa-
tion Education Foundation.
Capital City associates
joined thousands of bankers
across the country who
traded in their balance
sheets for blackboards to
help increase financial liter-
acy among young people.
"Studies show that kids
aren't learning the skills they
need to make smart finan-
cial decisions as adults," said
Washington County Presi-
dent Roy Carter. "Commu-
nities and schools teach
other life skills, such as driv-
ing a car, but we don't spend
enough time teaching finan-
cial skills. Capital City
bankers are visiting our
schools to help fill that gap
and prepare future clients
for financial success."
Nearly 80 Capital City
bankers participated in
National Teach Children To
Save Day this year, reaching
more than 3,600 children.
Since the inception of
National Teach Children To
Save Day in 1997, thousands
of bankers have taught
money skills to more than
one million students.

Voluntary Pre-K
Summer Program
Applications are now
being taken for the Volun-
tary Pre-K Summer Pro-
gram sponsored by Early
Learning Coalition of
Northwest Florida, Inc. It is
free for all children, who live
in Florida, and turned four-
years-old on or before Sept.



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collided head-on with
Eades' RAV4.
On impact, Jacobs was
"catapulted" through the
windshield of Eades' vehicle.


Both Jacobs and Eades were
pronounced dead at the


1, 2007.
For more information
regarding this and other
programs provided by the
Early Learning Coalition of
Northwest Florida, Inc., call
(850) 747-5400, or toll free, 1
(866) 289-3022.

Glissons to hold
32nd reunion
The 32nd annual Glisson
Family Reunion and the
14th reunion of the 244th
Port Company of the 495th
Battalion will be held Satur-
day, June 9, at the American
Legion Building on U.S. 90
West in Marianna.
Everyone is invited to
attend and take a favorite
covered dish to share. For
more information, contact
Jeannette Woodham at
(850) 592-2685 or Winton
Glisson at (863) 533-4409.

Benefit for
Sheffield family
A plate dinner benefit for
the Willie Sheffield family
will be held Saturday, June
7, starting at 10:30 a.m. in
the St. Joseph Community
Park. The family home was
destroyed by fire on April
24. Plates are $5 each. An
account has also been set up
at Community South Credit
Union. For more informa-
tion or to make a donation,
call Julie Sheffield (850)
638-4834 or (850) 596-5512.

Chipley City
Council to meet
Chipley City Council will
hold a workshop meeting
Thursday, June 5, at 5 p.m.
in the City Hall Council
chambers at 1442 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley.
Chipley City Council will
hold its regular meeting
Thursday, June 12, at 6 p.m.
in the City Hall Council
chambers at 1442 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley.

Senator Nelson to
speak in Chipley
CHIPLEY According
to a press release, Senator
Bill Nelson will be on hand at
the Washington County cov-
ered ,dish supper held on
Tuesday, May 27, at 5 p.m. at
Blue Lake Community Cen-
ter, 1865 State 77, Chipley.
For more information, call
(850) 942-8415.

Affordable homes
expo on June 7
Residents will have a
chance to make their dream
house a reality at the
Holmes County Affordable
Home Expo planned for
Saturday, June 7. It will be
held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the Agricultural Center on
U.S. 90 East in Bonifay.
There will be informative
short seminars by S.H.I.P.,
HUD, Extension services,
credit bureau and others.
Lenders, closing agents,
contractors and credit
bureau will be available on
site, as well as building sup-
ply dealers and state and
federal agencies. Prices will
be based on Rural Develop-
ment Guaranteed Housing
Program income limits.
They range from $49,550 for
one person to $93,400 for
eight people. Adjustments
can be made if income
exceeds stated range.


scene, according to an FHP
news release.
Washington County
emergency dispatch was
notified at 10:27 p.m. and
law enforcement officers
arrived at 10:37 p.m. Traffic
was restricted through this
area as late as 10 a.m.
Wednesday to avoid inter-


ference with the traffic
homicide investigation.


Local businesses and agencies were
recognized Monday for their contributions to
the 2007 United Way of Northwest Florida
campaign. Washington County Campaign.
Pictured above, from left: Tommy McDonald,
Jr. resource development director for
UWNWF; Hope Payne of Tri-County
Community Council, a UW agency, Chris
Brown of Washington Correctional Institution,
Washington County Campaign Chairman
Darrin Wall, Terry Herr of WestPoint Home,
Greg Vickery of District 3 Florida Department
of Transportation, and Nicole Barefield,
publisher of the Washington County News.
Wall (right) is also joined by Chris Owens of
the Girl Scouts, a United Way agency. Other
agencies representatives attending the
meeting were, below, from left: Payne; Sandy
Pritchard, ARC of Washington and Holmes
Counties; Jerry Haviland, Elder Care
Services; and Mary Enfinger, Washington
County Council on Aging.


2003
5 years ago
Residents of Sunny Hills
who used Florida Water
Services were told they
should boil water before
using it.
The second fishing com-
petition at Blue Lake Park
attracted more than 200
youngsters.
There were five valedic-
torians at Chipley High
School Chloe Dames,
Kacy Gilbert, Brandon
Sasser, Chris Shaw, and
Brian Wilder.
Boat Lake in Sunny Hills
reopened after it had been
put back in shape and the
water had returned.
A street fair was being
planned and downtown
Chipley merchants were
urged to set up a sidewalk
display for their products.
Lloyd White led singing
at the reunion for the VHS
classes of 1942 and 1943.
Betty McKinnie of Chip-
ley was crowned Mother of
the Year in a competition
held May 10 at Roulhac
Community Center. She
had eight children.

1993
15 years ago
Caryville Mayor George
Walker Anderson suggested
a speed limit be enacted on
Church Street since it was
being used as a drag strip.
Members of the Poplar
Springs High School faculty
spent a night on the
school's roof to honor a
vow to "camp out if 100
percent of the graduates
signed the prom promise to
avoid alcohol."

1978
30 years ago
Honored for having 50-
year membership in Chipley
Woman's Club were Mil-
dred Campbell, Mrs. Ira
Blackburn, Mrs. Evelyn
Carmichael, Mrs. Ruby


Gunn, Mrs. Fleda Huggins,
Mrs. Annie Bennett and
Mrs. Frankie McGeachy.
Richard "Dick" Wilder
was picked to succeed Rus-
sell Cole as president of
Chipley Kiwanis Club.
Vernon City Councilman
Larry Carter tried to with-
draw his resignation, but
City Attorney Owen Powell
said it became final when
submitted.

1968
40 years ago
Two members of the local
National Guard unit retired
after spending more than
20 years in the service. Cap-
tain Grady Wood, and
F/Sgt. Curtis McAdams
were honored during a spe-
cial ceremony.
Deltona Corporation
bought approximately
23,000 acres, most of it in
Washington County. An
entire new Mackle-built
community was planned for
the area.
Col. and Mrs. James
Hiley, who recently
returned from a tour of
duty in France, visited Mr.
and Mrs. E.T Hiley on Sat-
urday. They were en route
to his new duty station in
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Malloy of Chipley
and Mrs. Roy L. Kingry Sr.
of Graceville were their
children, Capt. and Mrs.
Roy L. Kingry and twins of
Birmingham, Ala.

1963
45 years ago
Many residents took


their first airplane ride
when local Shriners sold
tickets at one penny for
each pound of the
customer's weight. John
Hardin was club president.
Mr. and Mrs. Les Griffin
had as guests their son and
his bride, Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin Griffin of Plant
City.

1958
50 years ago
Mr. and Mrs. Denton
Coker and daughter,
Anne, of Wake Forest,
N.C., were houseguests of
her mother, Mrs. V.D.
McGeachy.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cutts
made a trip to Searcy, Ark.,
where they would see their
daughter, Lanelle Cutts,
graduate from Harding
College.
Little David Hart spent
Saturday in Marianna with
his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. L.D. Hart Sr.

1938
70 years ago
E.J. Johns, a Route One
farmer, brought two large


turnips to the News office.
One weighed better then six
pounds while the two
weighed a total of 12
pounds.
Mrs. George Watts, Miss
Eleanor Watts and Miss
Annie Merle Coleman
spent a week down on the
Gulf.
Cecil Brock, owner of
Hayes Barber Shop,
announced that Ned Brock,
well known barber in this
section, is now connected
with his shop.
Harry White of the
Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation in Washington left
following a visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.D.
White in Chipley.

1908
100 years ago
Eldred Van Horn of
Caryville came to Chipley
to visit home folks. He had
a position in the Planning
Department of the George
E Wood Lumber Co.
Mrs. T.J. Watts and
children were on a lengthy
visit with relatives in
Clayton, Ala.


DENTAL

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Montoya gets his


third crew chief


Juan Montoya will have
his third crew chief in a
month when Brian Pattie
takes over the No. 42 Dodge
for this week's race at Lowe's
Motor Speedway.
Pattie replaces Jimmy
Elledge, who was put in
charge of the car four races
ago in a crew shakeup at
Chip Ganassi Racing.
Elledge initially swapped
places with Donnie Wingo,
who guided Montoya's tran-
sition from Formula One to
NASCAR but was moved to
Reed Sorenson's crew in the


swap.
Montoya is 16th in
points with one top-10 finish
this season, a second last
month at Talladega
Superspeedway in Elledge's
first race leading the crew.
He then finished 32nd in
Richmond, 23rd in
Darlington and was 14th in
Saturday. night's Sprint All-
Star Race.
Pattie, a crew chief on
Ganassi's Nationwide Series
teams, moves to Montoya's
pit box for Sunday's Coca-
Cola 600.


Fans show huge support

for NASCAR Day telethon
Give yourselves a round industry but to the fans. We
of applause, NASCAR fans, had a lot more fans out here [at
you've earned it. the Sam Bass gallery] captur-
While the final totals for ing their favorite drivers on the
the fifth annual NASCAR Day phone and the phones were
telethon and fund-raiser won't ringing off the hook so I'm
be known for some time, it's pleased, I think it's wonderful."
safe to say that this year's "five On Friday alone,
years of caring" could go NASCAR Day netted a $1.275
down as the best ever. million in total donations, and
"I think it's going great this that number has climbed to
year," said Sandy Marshall, more than $1.3 million head-
executive director of the ing into Sunday. Last year,
NASCAR Foundation. "This NASCAR Day brought home
is our second annual telethon a total of $1.64 million and the
and I think word has spread -- hope is to raise at least that
not only to the drivers and the much again this year."


On the


Bubble

Driver: Dave Blaney
Owner: Bill Davis
Points: 824
Points out of 34th: 11
Points ahead of 36th: 18
Place Owner
33 Michael Waltrip
34 Teresa Earnhardt
35 Bill Davis
36 Roger Penske
37 Jeffery Moorad
38 Felix Sabates


Dave Blaney
Driver Points
Michael Waltrip 851
Regan Smith 835
Dave Blaney 824
Sam Hornish, Jr. 806
J.J. Yeley 730
Sterling Marlin 690


i lOTOR SPEEDWAY

C H A R L 0 T T


In April 2006, Wheeler joined an elite group of those who shaped motorsports history when he was inducted into the presti-
gious International Motorsports Hall of Fame. He is also a member of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame; the National
Motorsports Press Association Hall of Fame; and the North Carolina Public Relations Hall of Fame.
Photo by HHP / Harold Hinson



Racing's P.T. Barnum resigns


By BILL GAMBLING

If NASCAR has a P.T. Barum, the only track promoter or
president who could compare would be H.A. "Humpy" Wheeler.
Sunday will mark the end of a dynamic era as one of the
most recognizable names and faces in NASCAR will leave
Lowe's Motor Speedway following the Coca Cola 600.
When Wheeler arrived at Lowe's Motor Speedway back in
1975 it was Charlotte Motor Speedway and has since trans-
formed into one of the biggest jewels on the Sprint Cup Series
circuit.
"While it is with sadness that I announce my retirement
fromr Speedway Motorsports and Lowe's Motor Speedway, it is
time for me to move on to other things,' said Wheeler, a native
of Belmont, N.C., who attended the University of South Carolina
on a football scholarship. "I have devoted my entire life to rac-
ing and I don't intend on leaving it, just serving it in different
ways.
"I have made arrangements with a well-known author to co-
write a unique book interweaving my various experiences in the
sport with the wonderful human drama and rich characters that -
abound in it."
One of those human drama and rich characters happened to
be one of the series' biggest names, but until recent years the for-
mer sports writer, real estate manager and dirt track promoter
never got much credit for the discovery.
In 1978 as the track's general manager, Wheeler was trying
to introduce the first black driver to NASCAR since Wendell
Scott retired in 1973 and named Willy T. Ribbs as his entry in the
World 600, which is now the Coca-Cola 600
Ribbs would be driving the No. 96 Ford built and owned by
Will Cronkrite with Harry Hyde as the crew chief. Hyde was the
inspiration for the crew chief character in the movie, "Days of
Thunder" starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman.
Wheeler's plan went awry as Ribbs skipped two practice
sessions and had a run in with the law after he would not stop for
cops after they tried to pull him over for turning the wrong way
down a one way street.
Ribbs ditched the speedway pace car he was driving in
Charlotte's Queens Road neighborhood and ran into the gym at
Queens College to shoot basketball and pose as a college stu-
dent.


2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Ryan Newman- 185.312
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Casey Mears 130.222
Track Qualifying Record
Scott Riggs 187.865
m.p.h. (2006)
Track Race Record
Bobby Labonte 151.952
m.p.h. (1995)


Ribbs didn't realize Queens was predominantly white and
all-female at the time.
The racing genius Wheeler didn't panic as he helped
Cronkrite sign at the time little-known Dale Earnhardt, who
would made only his fifth cup start.
This led to Earnhardt's signing with Rod Osterlund.
Earnhardt who won Rookie-of-the Year honors in 1979 and a
series championship in 1980 with Osterlund.
Bruton Smith, chairman and chief executive officer of
Speedway Motorsports, had high praises for his employee for
the past 33 years.
"'Humpy' Wheeler is a true legend in motorsports and his
contributions will be missed," said Smith. "His career with
Lowe's Motor Speedway and Speedway Motorsports, Inc. has
been filled with many innovative promotions and I am sure that
he will be remembered as one of the greatest promoters in rac-
ing history."
Wheeler, who was also an outstanding amateur boxer with
a record of 40-2 including a dozen Golden Gloves
Championships, is looking to resuming the 'Humpy Show' on
SPEED Channel, serve as chairman of the Charlotte Regional
Partnership in 2009, and is expected to lecture and work with the
motorsports management program at Belmont Abbey College.
"I am grateful to the fans, the staff, the media, the sponsors
and everyone who has helped me throughout my racing career,"
said Wheeler. "I have been blessed with a wonderful family and
many close and dear friends who I hope to spend more time
with.
"The people I've met along the way-from the Salt Flats of
Bonneville, to Indianapolis, to my early dirt-track days. to the
wide ride of NASCAR to the top-have furnished me with expe-
riences beyond my wildest dreams. For a boy from the little
town of Belmont, N.C., who dreamed of a racing career, I can
only say that it ain't over yet."
Smith knows the impact Wheeler, who was inducted into
the International Motorsports Hall of Fame in April of 2006, had
as a promoter, general manager, and president.
"We owe Humpy a tremendous debt of gratitude for all he
has done for Speedway Motorsports and Lowe's Motor
Speedway," said Smith. "We wish him all the best in any future
endeavors and hope that he and his wife Pat have a great retire-
ment with their family."


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Driver
I. Kvle Busch
2. Jef Burton
,. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
4. Dennv Hamlin
5. Clint Bo.,\er
6. limmie lo'hnvonr
7. Carl Edwarcds
8. Ton\ Stewart
9. Kc_\in HIlarick
10. Jeff Gordron


Behind
Leader
-79
-134
-190
-200
-248
-290
-293
-294
-364


After Diamond Hill
Driver
1. Clint Bo',aer
2. Kyle Busch
3. Carl Ecvards
4. Dakid Reutimann
5. Mike Bliss
6. Da\icl Ragan
7 Brad Keseirrski
8. Jason Lenler
9. Mike \,allace
10. Daicl Stremme


200 After NC Lottery 200
Behind Driver
Leader 1. Ron Hornaday
-112 2. Rick Crawford
-150 3. Todd Bodine
-168 4. Malt Crafion
-195 5. Dennis Setzer
-158 6. Chad McCumbee
-219 7. Kyle Busch
-260 8, Johnnv Benson
355 9. Eric Darnell
-413 10. Terr mCook


Behind
Leader
-5
-38
-45
-57
-66
-77
-78
-103
-114


After Kentucky 150
Driver Behind
1. Ricky Stenhouse r. Leader
2. Frank Kimmel -5
3. John Wes Townlev -45
4. Matt Carter -50
5. Tom Hessert III -70
6. Scott Speed -125
7. Justin Allgaier -135
8. Patrick Sheltra -150
9. Ken Butler III -200
10. Tayler Malsam -225


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

Case No. 67-08-CP-44
In Re: Estate of
JUUA W. SCHUBKEGEL,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DE-
MANDS AGAINST THE
ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified
that an Order Admitting
Foreign Will to Record has
been entered in the estate
of JULIA W.
SCHUBKEGEL, deceased,
Case No. 67-08-CP-44, by
the Circuit Court for Wash-
ington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the ad-
dress of which is Post Of-
fice Box 647, Chipley, FL
32428-0647; that the de-
cedent's date of death was
August 2, 2007; that the
estimated total value of the
estate is $87,100.00 and
that the names and ad-
dresses of those to whom
it has been assigned by
such order are:

Barbara Hogan,
1221 E. Veterans Highway,
Jackson, NJ 08527
Daniel Applegate,
1121 E. Veterans Highway,
Jackson, NJ 08527

ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:

All creditors of the estate


1100
of the decedent and
persons having claims or
demands against the es-
tate of the decedent other
than those for whom provi-
sion for full payment was
made in the Order of Sum-
mary Administration must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS AS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE. ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED. NOTWITH-
STANDING ANY OTHER
APPLICABLE TIME PE-
RIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of first publica-
tion of this Notice is May
24,2008.
Attorney for the Person
Giving Notice:
KERRY ADKISON
Post Office Box 669.
Chipley, Florida 32428
(850) 638-2643
Florida Bar No. 0843253
Person Giving Notice:
BARBARA HOGAN
1221 E. Veterans Highway
Jackson, NJ 08527
As published in the Wash-
ington County News May
24,31,2008.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 67-08-CA-122

INDYMAC BANK, F.S.B.
Plaintiff,
vs.
WAYNE EDWARDS;
ONEKA EDWARDS; UN-
KNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY;
Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

To the following
Defendant's:
WAYNE EDWARDS
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
ONEKA EDWARDS
(RESIDENCE UNKNOWN)
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that


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1100 1100
WITNESS my hand and Chipley.
the seal of this Cour: tnis 850)263-2817.


1100
an action for Foreclosure
of Mortgage on the follow-
ing described property:

LOT 15, BLOCK 395 OF
SUNNY HILLS UNIT SIX. A
SUBDIVISION ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED IN
THE PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGES 60 THROUGH 76
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
a/k/a LOT 15 BLOCK 395
OF SUNNY HILLS UNIT 6,
SUNNY HILLS. FLORIDA
32428

has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it,
on Kahane & Associates,
PA., Attorney for plaintiff,
whose address is 1815
Griffin Road, suite 104, Da-
nia Beach, FLORIDA
33004 on or before June 4.
2008, a date which is
within thirty (30) days after
the first publication of this
Notice in the THE WASH-
INGTON COUNTY NEWS
and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or imme-
diately thereafter; other-
wise a default will be en-
tered against you for the
relief demanded in the
complaint.
This notice is provided
pursuant to Administrative
Order No. 2.065.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act, If you are a person
with a disability who needs
any accommodation in or-
der to participate in this
proceeding, you are enti-
tled, at no cost to you, to
provisions of certain assis-
tance. Please contact the
Court Administrator at
1293 Jackson Avenue,
Building 100, 1st Floor,
Chipley, Fl 32428, Phone
No. (850)638-6285 within 2
working days of your re-
ceipt of this notice or
pleading; if you are hear-
ing impaired, call
1-800-955-8771 (TDD); if
you are voice impaired,
call 1-800-995-8770 (V)
(Via Florida Relay Ser-
vices).


Unit 5
Cindy Koch
Chipley. FL
Furniture
Unit 13


14 day of May. 2008.
LINDA HAYES COOK
As Clerk of the Court
By K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
As published in the Wash-
ington County News May
24,31,2008.

IN THE FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT IN WASH-
INGTON COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA
IN RE: The Guardianship
of ADAM ISAIAH
SHAKLES, a minor.
Case No. 67-08-GA-02
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: CHARLES ADAM
SHAKLES, domicile, resi-
dence and address un-
known.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
to appoint a guardian for
the minor child, Adam
Isaiah Shakles, has been
filed, and you are required
to serve a copy of your
written claims or defenses,
if any, to it on Frank A.
Baker, petitioner's attor-
ney, whose address is
4431 Lafayette Street, Mar-
ianna, Florida, 32446, on
or before June 15, 2008,
and file the original with
the clerk of this court either
before service on
petitioner's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; other-
wise a judgment will be
entered for the relief de-
manded in the petition.

DATED this May 5, 2008.
As Clerk of the Court
BY: C. Davidson
As Deputy Clerk
As published in the Wash-
ington County News, May
10,17,24,31,2008.

Public Auction

Orange Hill Road Self Stor-
age in accordance with FS
83.801-83.809 "Self Stor-
age Facility Act" gives no-
tice that personal property
stored in the following
units will be sold or other-
wise disposed of on June
9, 2008 at 10:00 am. Or-
ange Hill Road Self Stor-
age 897 Orange Hill Road,


1)


638-0212


638-4242


547-9414

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wil not discminate during Registered AmeN-
the selection process on ADBA Registered Amei
the basis of age. sex. race. a Ponth bld adults. 3
national origin, r hand- I m leonths ol. adults fre
cap status. The Town of males. i blue 2 years. 1
Ebro is an Equal ndle 2 ears 1) black.
S is an Equal months. 850-373-7075
Opportunity Affirmative
Action ADA Employer and
a Drug Free Work Place Registered Blue Tick
As published in the Puppies for sale. Call
Washington County News 850-773-3313.
May 24. 31.2008.


1100
June 12 2008 ai 1200
3 mm, ioca; time for Profes-
scna Engineering Ser-
vices for ,.lo project' 1i
producing a Feasibility
Study for the provision of a
Town-owned and operate
central water and waste-
water system and 2) the
selected civil engineering
firm wllM also be proposing
funding mechanisms and
will be charged to produce
the necessary drawings.
documents, and update
reports to the Town for the
planned project and con-
struction management
once project is underway.
Proposals shall be labeled
"PROFESSIONAL ENGI-
NEERING SERVICES FOR
THE TOWN OF EBRO".
Any person desiring their
proposal to be considered
is responsible for making
certain their proposal is re-
ceived at Town Hall by
12:00 pm. No oral, tele-
graphic, electronic, fac-
simile, or telephonic pro-
posals or modifications will
be considered. Proposals
received after the sched-
uled submittal deadline will
be returned unopened.
The contract will be gov-
erned by Florida Statutes
287.055 (Consultants'
Competitive Negotiations
Act) and Florida Adminis-
trative Code Rule 9B-43
and CFR 85.36.

The Town seeks to engage
a firm with Florida office
within 100 miles of Ebro
who's Engineers are li-
censed in the State of Flor-
ida and which has the ex-
tensive experience in all
facets of the services re-
quired.
Additional information con-
cerning the RFP and the
ranking criteria used to
evaluate the proposals
may be obtained from 8:00
am to 12:00 pm at the
Town Clerk's Office, 6629
Dog Track Road, Ebro,
Florida, 32437 or (850)
535-2842.

The Town of Ebro reserves
the right to accept or reject
any or all proposals, and
award in the best interest
of the Town of Ebro. The
Town further certifies that it


Cindy Koch
Chipley. Fl.
Furniture
As published in the Wash-
ington County News May
24.31.2008.

Public Notice
INVITATION TO NEGOTI-
ATE

The Chipola Regional
Workforce Development
Board, Inc.. is seeking
faith-based/community
based organizations to
provide specialized out-
reach to Hispanic individu-
als and/or individuals with
hearing impairments who
reside in Calhoun, Liberty,
Holmes, Jackson and
Washington Counties. For
more information or to ob-
tain a copy of the Invitation
to Negotiate, call
850-718-0456 or you can
access a copy from our
w e b s i t e
www.onestopahead.com
by clicking on the link that
says 2008 Invitation to Ne-
gotiate Specialized Out-
reach. Responses are due
May 27, 2008 by 3:00 PM.
CT Minority owned busi-
nesses are encouraged to
apply. The CRWDB is an
equal opportunity
employer/program. Auxil-
iary aids and services are
available upon request to
individuals with disabilities.
Voice telephone numbers
may be reached by per-
sons using TTY/TDD
equipment via the Florida
Relay Service at 711.
As published in the Wash-
ington County News May
17, 24,2008.

REQUEST FOR PRO-
POSALS FOR ENGI-
NEERING SERVICES
FOR THE TOWN OF
EBRO, FLORIDA

The Town of Ebro, Florida
hereby gives notice that
sealed proposals will be
received at Town Hall,
6629 Dog Track Road,
Ebro, Florida, 32437 until


S2110
Free to good homes. 3
cute, playful, yellow, male
kittens. Call 547-5239.



2130
Square Bale Hay for
horses. $4.00 a bale.
850-263-7051


Western Saddle, bridle,
girth, pad. Like-new condi
tion. $300 OBO. 638-9181
or 532-2801.


Public Auction

The following vehicles)
will be sold at auction on
JUNE 6TH, 2008 at
8:00AM at Brock Auto
Body & Towing. 1135 Main
Street, Chipley, Florida
32428.
1988 Ford
1FMCU14T1JUC82330
2000 Toyota
1NXBR12E6YZ313910
As published in the Wash-
ington County News May
24,2008.




COLOR SELLS!
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I in
COLOR!. I
Call now for details
S and be noticed!
I 638-0212 I
or
547-9414


S 1120
Miss Freedom Pageant
(formally Miss-Firecracker
Pageant) Discount dead-
line June 1st, entries ac-
cepted at the door. Con-
tact Vernon City Hall for
application 850-535-2444.


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3100


Wanted To Buy antiques.
collectibles -s '.'r
dinnerware, i '. i,
paintings. call Al Schmidt
850-638-7304



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

Furniture & Mattresses
Low, low, low overhead
guarantees low, low, low
prices. P&S Discount Fur-
niture, Chipley. (Since
1973) 850-638-4311


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Chipley, 948 Clayton Rd,
Saturday, May 24th. Furni-
ture, electronics, clothes &
more.

Moving Sale, Sat, June 7,
7am-12pm, Sun., June 8,
2pm-6pm. 4156 Pate Pond
Rd., Sam Mitchell resi-
dence.



| 3300
Boggy 11 Hunting Club,
Dog hunting lease, looking
for lease members. ASAR
850-638-3518 or
850-258-4858

Catfish
You catch catfish, $1.50
pound. Gilbert Catfish
Pond, located @ 2854
Highview Circle, Chipley,
Florida. Phone:
850-638-8633.



| 3310
Wanted paying cash, Pi-
anos, Hammond organs,
guitars, amps, banjos,
mandolins, violins, dobros,
downtown Chipley, les-
sons available. Covington
Music 557-1918, 638-5050



3320
Leola Brock Nurseries
LLC Plants, trees and
shrubs. Landscape design,
landscape contracting, irri-
gation systems. 1788
White Road, Bonifay, FL
32425 (Washington
County) (850)638-1202;
326-1500


4100 Help Wanted
4130 Employment
Information




Automotive

Buzz Leonard Motors
Used Car Annex
Looking for ambitious
motivated person to
work as
Retail Specialist.
Apply at 1138 Main St.,
Chipley.
Call Steve Hughes @
850-415-1966.

General

Avon Representa-
tives needed Bonifay,
Chipley, Graceville,
Wausau, Vernon,
Caryville, Ponce de
Leon. Ask about
mini-kit. 850-547-1640.
Dwayne Atkins ISR

General
I I
IWanted: Experienced I
power curb machines
operator. Company
Benefits include, insur-I
I ance, IRA, vacation. Ap- I
ply in person to: Porter
Construction Co., Inc.1
'4910 Hartsfield Road,
I Marianna, FL. 324461
1850-482-1010 Phone,
850-482-5517 fax. Equal I
Opportunity Employer.

Healthcare

Immediate Opening
Licensed Physical
Therapist. Salary range
85k to 95K, depending
on experience.Excellent
Benefit Package. Please
fax resume to
850-415-1967 or call
850-596-0218.

Other
Help Wanted-Assisted Liv-
ing Facility. Several Shifts
available. Call for more in-
formation 535-4432.


I MERCHANSE
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160- Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180 -Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3210 Free Pass it On
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


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2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120- Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140- Pets/Livestock
Wanted


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| 4100

Other
Mystery Shoppers, get
paid to shop! Retaildiinng REAL ESTAT FOR RENT
establishments need un-
derercover clients to judge 6100 Business/
quality customer service. Commercial
Earn up to S150 a day. 6110 -Apartments
Call (888)-523-1013. a 6120 Beach Rentals
Call (888)-523-1013 6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
Preschool Teacher 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190- Timeshare Rentals


Local Preschool looking 6200 Vacation Rentals
for an experienced, ener-
getic and outgoing person .E
to teach our 3 year old
class. Call 547-1444 1T
4100
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AUCTIONS

AUCTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF
PARTNERSHIP SATURDAY, May 31, 10
a.m., Cedartown, Georgia, 800+/- Acres
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Ponds (866)789-5169, www.american-
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AUNR2860.

SEALED BID AUCTION, 37.333+/- Acres
Shopping Center Site, Greensboro, NC.
Wednesday, June 4, 2PM. Iron Horse
Auction, NCAL3936, (800)997-2248,
www.ironhorseauction.com

GIGANTIC 3-DAY Auction June 4,5,6,
2008 Montgomery, Alabama (118) Single
Tandem & Tri-Axle Dumps, (55, Are 2008-
2005) Mack (5) 2007 Mack Roll Off Trucks,
Truck Tractors, Lowboys, (48) Crawler
Loaders & Tractors, (52) Excavators, (22)
Motor Graders & Scrapers, (21) Backhoes,
(31) Rubber Tired Loaders, Articulating
Dumps, Compactors Grinders, Forklifts,
Paving Skidders, Feller Bunchers, Log
Loaders, Farm Tractors J.M. Wood
Auction Co., Inc (334)264-3265 Bryant
Wood AL LIC # 1137.

BUSINESS FOR SALE

WELL POSITIONED SUITE HOTELS
FOR SALE BY OWNER: TX-Fort Worth/
DFW ($25K/key), AZ-Yuma (11/12 Cap),
CA-Ontario/LA/Airport/Mall; cherrypick
these & others. www.rareearthdev.
com. Pamela/Marc, (602)944-1500,
pbarnhill@innsuites.com.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE Do you
earn $800 in a day? 30 Local Machines
and Candy $9,995. (888)629-9968
B02000033. CALL US: We will not be
undersold!

CARS FOR SALE

Police Impounds for Sale! 94 Honda
Accord $750! 94 Toyota Camry $750! For
listings call (800)366-9813 Ext 9271.

EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Post Office Now Hiring! Avg Pay $20/hr or
$57K/yr Incl. Fed. Ben, OT. Offer placed
by Exam Services, not aff w/USPS which
does hiring. Call (866)713-4492.

HEALTH

Do you Experience Anxiety? There are
answers in this book. Buy and read Self
Analysis by L. Ron Hubbard. Price $15.00.
Hubbard Dianetics Foundation (813)872-
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HELP WANTED

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6100

Executive Office space
I for lease on Brickyard I
I Rd. Great location
across from Chipley
I High School. 638-7700 I
I www.chipleyofficefor I
lease.com
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Executive Office Soace
for rent downtown Ch,pley
638-1918


Office space for lease.
1240 S Blvd (Corner of
S. Blvd7th St). Chipley,
S800'mo. 1000 sq ft.. 3
offices, 1 reception, 1
bath. kitchen. parking
lot, hardwood firs.
407-616-6890.


Retail Building for rent on
Main Street in Chipley For
information call 638-1918.






ALL LARGE Apartments
1BR, $450 SD $200;
2BR/1BA $500 SD $250.
Downtown Chipley, con-
venient location. Rent in-
cludes stove, refrigerator,
city water, sewer, garbage.
Sorry no pets or HUD.
850-638-3306.


For rent Sleepy Hollow
Duplex Apartments
HUD not accepted
2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA.
Water, garbage, lawn care
included. Spacious, en-
ergy efficient with private
yard. 850-638-7128.


Townhouse Apt for rent.
2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. $550
a month. Call 638-1918 or
638-4478.


6110
For Rent. 1 bearce
aoa~ren: ,cn
850-547-0956


6140
2BR 2BA in Chipley. S700
a month with first. :as and
secunty deposit. Cail
850-638-9127.
3BR 2BA New, win
CH&A Located 2 blocks
from Kate Smrn Elemen-
tary School. S850 per
month, first & last month
rent due on signing.
850-258-7830.
3BR!2BA, New with
CH&A. Located on N. 4tn
Street. S850 per month,
first & last month due @
signing. 850-258-7830.

Publisher's
Notice
All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to
the F?ir i'-oi'in Art whi'h
"., p,,,-,,,:e 1 ,-: .-..
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or
national origin, or an inten-
tion, to make any such pref-
erence, limitation or dis-
crimination" Familial status
includes children under the
age of 18 living with parents
or legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people se-
curing custody of children
under 18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any adver-
tising for real estate which is
in violation of the law. Our
readers are hereby informed
that all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are availa-
ble on a equal opportunity
basis. To complain of dis-
crimination call HUD toll-free
at 1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free number for the hear-
ing impaired is
1-800-927-9275.


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LAND FOR SALE

Auction! 364 acres divided. Saturday,
June 14, 10a.m. Hunting, fishing, pond,
merchantable timber. Great homesites.
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BP; GAL AU-C002594 RowellAuctions.
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REAL ESTATE


6140
3BR 2BA v cen &
large brea-as: area. S650
e-r T3n;' w:h 1 vear
ease aggcerne: dam-
age depose required. Lo-
cated 1579 Davidsor
Ra.. Choie
850-638-1906 after -PM
Chipley. 2 bd. 1 ba
w washer dryer. WSG mcl
CH&A no ets. S600 mtn
- S300 dep 850-814-2625
Nice clean Houses. Apa:-
ments. Mooile homes fcr
rent..... 4BR2BA brcki
home for sale
850-547-5085 or
850-547-2531


6170


6170
3BR 1BA Mobile Home
CH A Cai 5-:7-2C0-3. Leave
message
Triplewide 3 c,. 2 ca.
!anory room. den w FP
5675 c- e ec. S675 aOe
850-620-2620 638-07 3
Two 3BR 2BA Singlewide
CH A 2614 So-rgnil Ro.
2 m9es south of Boniav c7
Jenkins Rd. 850-5-7-498
or 850-373-8922.


BUILDINGS FOR SALE! "AMERICA'S
LEADING MANUFACTURER!" 20x30x12
$4300. 25x40x14 $6890. 30x50x14
$7900. 35x56x16 $11,500. 40x60x16
$14,900. 50x140x19 $41,600. 60x100x18
$32,800. Pioneer since 1980...(800)668-
5422.

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For Sale:
FSBO S2T5K
Bora' H,-.. 79.
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p -*ace. 40. stee% work-
sno 20 acres pond
305-394-3992 c-
866-825-7906.
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7150 _
For Lease
40 Acres Cattle Pasture


Banks have reduced
crCe s on 2 Doo ev,-: es
2003 2x52. 3BSR 2BA
Very goo sheaL're Se:-:o
incL de. S29.90' Asc.
2000 .oce'. 2-x52
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a st-oe & re-rge-a:o.
S27.500 Ca B' ,ad
850-763-7780 or ;: ree
66-732-;8607

Last 2 New Homes re-
a-c.ed to go ASAP Sae
10k for same n cmes at
other dealers 'cs. 14\60.
front kitchen. 2BR 1BA.
525.750 14172 3BR 2BA8
$28.900 Both have p;
wooo flocr construction
Call Brad 1 850-763-7780,


7100 7160


2 MH on 5 Acres; 7100 -Homes Land 10 Acres Hay j- boards tinted windows.
2BR/2BA, 16x80. S650 7110 Beach Home; Fenced, cross fenced 7180 $9.500 OBO. 596-545,
month. S400 deposit Property water. Jackson Co Real Estat
3BR/1.5BA. 12x60, $450 7120- Commercial 850-527-3579. eal Estate:
month, S300 deposit. 7130 CondolTownhouse
Aval June 1st Reference 7140 Farms & Ranches Mobile Home Park for sale, 2002 Chevy Silverado
7150 Lots and Acreage Large Lot. 270 ft from 10 spaces 7, all rented 1500 LS. 5,3. 4WD,
required. 352-463-7097 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots Holmes Creek in New good income, leather, power everything,
2BR2BA MH near Chip- 7170 Waterront Hope Private road, per 850-535-2680 or runs good, needs minor
ley. S400 month 300 7180-Investment manent access to boat 850-849-5068 repairs. $7.000 OBO.
ley. $400 month, S300 P propertyy ramp. $42K. 535-1204. 850-596-7258
deposit. No pets. 7190- Out-of-Town r850-596-7258
547-4232. Real Estate
7200 Timeshare MP Enterprises Land Sale
2BR/1BA, New laminate and Finance. 5 acres or /
flooring, near town, parks ore for houses only,
& elementary school. $375 wooded & pasture. 3 miles
month. Pets allowed. 7100 South of Chipley. Highway 8140
Available June 6.956-2267 3BR/2BA, 2,200 sq.ft., 77, Gainer Rd., Houston
or 547-3746. completely remodeled,Rd., Beadle Rd., Duncan
Bethlehem area; new CH&A, large lot in Community Rd., Buddy AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE 1990 Pontiac Van. Runs
2BR/1BA, water, sewage town near school@ 725 Rd., (4) five acres (8) ten RECREATIONAL good but has body dam-
garbage, new washer & Sinclair St. in Chipley. acres (5) eight acres. 8100 Antique & Collectibles age. Can drive it or use for
dryer, furnished. $450. Price well below market at Owner financing or cash. 8110 -Cars parts. $400 OBO.
month with $200. deposit. $124,900. Call Low down payment, low 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles 850-415-1030.
Call 547-5195 850-638-8360. monthly payments. Call 8130 Trucks
Milton Peel for information 8140 Vans
Mobile Homes for rent in 4BR/1.5BA Home. Large 850-638-1858 8150 Commercial
Cottondale on Sapp Road, lot. Remodeling ongoing. 8160 Motorcycles
8 miles east of Chipley. Located in Chipley. Buy 8170 Auto Parts R C
3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA nowat reduced price. Seri- & Accessories
available. Total electric. ous inquires only. 8210- Boats 8160
8220 Personal Watercraft
(850)258-4868; 209-8847 850-542-2091. 7160 8230 Sailboats
www.charloscountryliv- r -- 8240 Boat & Marine 05' CRF 250R dirt bike
ing.com No B AND NEW 3 Bedroom 14x70 mobile Sppties $2,000. or will trade for
_________No $$ down, owner Ihome all plywood floors, 8310- Aircraft/Aviation bay boat. For information
Ponce De Leon, 1) | pays closing & PMI with Bay window, large porch. 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles call Justin @850-535-1344
2BR/2BA and 2) 2BR/!BA. okay credit. 3BR/2BA, Will sacrifice due to illness. 8330 Campers & Trailers or 850-238-1901
Quiet Park, reasonable Dbl garage, $155,000.1 535-2680 or 850-849-5068 8340 Motorhomes
rent. 850-535-2680 or S u n n y H i I I sl
850-849-5068 850-819-3838.
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Park, $139,500. Owner (866)789-8535.

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7 ACRE LAKEFRONT & LOG CABIN
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kit & spectacular 7 acre hardwood
setting with deep waterfront! Prime AL
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x 1110.

Grand Opening Sale! Saturday, May
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includes FREE boat slips! On 160,000 acre
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LAKEFRONT SALE! 3.5 acres $49,900.
New to market. Gently sloping lakefront
estate on private bass lake. Gorgeous
unspoiled setting -no crowds, no noise.
For the discriminating buyer. Must see.
Excellent low rate financing. Call now
(888)792-5253, x.1850.

20+ ACRES & BARN KIT $89,900. New
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X 1457

Coastal Georgia- Gated Golf/ Waterfront
Community located between Savannah
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nature trails, tennis, boat docks, SPECIAL
PRICING starting at $65k. (877)266-
7376.


C&C Bookkeeping and Would you like more free Sod For Sale on the farm,
Tax Service. Open 5 days time this summer? If so, let delivered or installed. Cen-
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call me do your houseclean- tipede and 419 Bermuda.
(850)638-1483 ing. Great rates. Refer- West Florida Turf
ences upon request. (850)638-4860;
850-260-9125. (850415-0385. Established
W- '1980

Headliners and Vinyl I -O
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the G
work at your home or
workplace.Reasonable Homecare Providerto as- For Rent first in Chipley,
rates on new vinyl tops sist. elderly in your home. Mini Warehouses, If you
and auto carpeting. Free Honest & dependable. don't have the room, "We
estimates. Call anytime, 850-238-9919. Do" Lamar Townsend
leave message. (850) (850)638-4539, north of
638-7351 Townsends.
SMini Storage in Chipley.

Carpentry, pressure wash- furnish the lock.
Stcik s C y ng, lawn care, patio & win- (850)326-2399
Stricklen's Carpentry dow re-screening, great
Decks, Porches, New Edi- rates. (850)638-4492
tions, Remodeling, Demo-___
lition, Utility Buildings,
Pump Houses, Roof Work
(Shingles & Metal). Phone: N B&M Mower Repair &
(850)535-0203. Service. Quality work at a
fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
SSod Sod Sod Quality you ery Available. Bill or Mary
can depend on. Irrigated, (850)638-4492
weed & pest controlled.
Centipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine and Vac-
Summer Tutoring & tine. Delivery and installa- uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
Childcare Assistance with tion available. 8 miles SW anteed service on all
skill assessments to track of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Free
progress. Call tomer hauling. Call any- estimates. Western Auto,
850-773-2345 for addi- time. Billy and Leola Brock 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
tional information. (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 547-3910


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92 Freightliner. good for
ag Truck or long-haul Has
a Fji er transmission and
Detroit engine 60 Senes.
S8.000 OBO. Call
850-527-2229


99 Model Ford Ext-Cab
Lariat 4\4 Low miles.
E\ce' et t:-uC Call Brad
850-326-6560


2002 Chevrolet Z71. 4
Whede Dnve E\tended
Ca. 5 311 VS Engine. Auto
trans. 16t10 wheels.
icather, power windows.
locks. seats. Spray-in bed
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