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Election 2008
Complete local results of Tuesday's
presidential primary and the vote on the
property tax amendment.

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Reed gets life
Jurors heard disturbing
testimony Thursday about
both convicted murderer
Johnny Reed and his victim
and recommended a life
sentence after a lengthy
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Local HS sued
The American Civil Liberties
Union is suing Ponce de Leon
High School for allegedly
denying civil rights to a
homosexual student.
Comment there!

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Fast action saved an occupant of this home on Hwy. 79 just north of Ebro Wednesday.

Woman saved by family, church members in Wednesday fire

Managing Editor
An elderly woman was rescued from a fire
by family and church members as five fire de-
partments responded to a house fire on Hwy.
79 north of Ebro Wednesday night.
Vernon Volunteer Fire Department Chaplain
John Paul Cook, Jr. said Thursday that Robert
Brown Sr. and Robert Brown Jr. were at church
Wednesday evening when they saw their house

Tax amendment

means loss of
revenue to couiUty

Managing Editor
The passage Tuesday of the
statewide property tax amendment
means lower taxes for some hom-
eowners. It also means less revenue
for local government.
A preliminary estimate of that
loss was prepared by Property Ap-
praiser Gil Carter, and means a loss
of at least
six percent
of local ad
valorem tax
"This is I
just a rough
idea," Carter
said. He esti-
mates a loss
of about $64
million in
taxable prop-
erty value. Carter
With figures
based on the.
current rate of 7.66 mils, that means
about $490,000 less the Board of
County Commissioners would have
for county expenses.
That is still open to change based
on other issues.
"My biggest worry is the por-
tability issue," Carter said. Under
portability homestead exemptions
earned on more expensive homes
on other parts of the state would be
"portable" if a homeowner buys a
less-expensive home in Washing-
ton County. The end result would
be the homeowner having a much
lower amount of taxable property,
and therefore less taxable prop-
erty to produce local ad valorem
Unofficially, the property tax
revision passed in Washington
County with 2,997 votes "Yes" and
2,385 "No." Statewide 64.4 percent
of voters approved the amendment,
and 35.6 percent said no.
The constitutional amendment
is expected to save the average

just a few feet away from McQueen's Temple
Church was on fire. The two men and others
at the church rushed to the scene and rescued
Brown Sr.'s mother, who was taken to Doctors
Memorial Hospital in Bonifay for treatment.
Cook said that Vernon VFD joined Ebro,
Sand Hills, West Bay and Red Bay fire depart-
ments at the scene at about 8:30 p.m. and left
the scene at about midnight.
Cook said he contacted the Red Cross, which
rendered assistance to the family.

Estimated Impact on Revenue

in Washington County

*1 percent estimated personal property revenue loss
*5 percent real property revenue loss
*Total revenue 94 percent
Preliminary estimated total loss
of about 6 percent of revenue
Washington County Property Appraiser's Office

homeowner $240 and cut more
than $9 billion in property taxes
statewide, according to Florida
Freedom Newswire. It provides an
additional $25,000 homestead ex-
emption for non-school taxes, puts
in place a 10-percent assessment
cap for other properties and allows
homeowners to keep their savings
if they buy a new home.
The cuts will not go into ef-
fect until Oct. 1, when budgets
for 2008-2009 are officially ap-
State Sen. Don Gaetz, R-Nice-
ville, said he plans to introduce
legislation next week aimed at
addressing various concerns about
administering the tax amendment
concerns. The state senator feels
the Amendment 1 vote gives law-
makers the momentum to further
reduce property taxes.
"This strengthens the hands of

those of us who want to take the
next step," Gaetz said.
Under state law, the Truth In
Millage, or TRIM, process allows
for recalculating millage rates to
compensate for some of the effects
of the tax cut. The more offsetting,
the lower the savings will be for
property owners, as counties could
be required to raise their milliage to
the maximum allowed to get help
from the state. Washington County
can impose 10 mills.
State-mandated budget roll-
backs in Juneof 2007 had Wash-
ington County roll its millage rate
back to 7.66 mills. The amendment
largely exempted school taxes.
When state lawmakers return
to Tallahassee for their regular
session in March, they will pass
an implementing bill that will spell
out how Amendment 1 will work
and when it will take effect.

There were no other injuries to family mem-
bers or fire fighters, Cook said.
The Central Panhandle Chapter of the
American Red Cross responded to the fire. The
three residents of the structure were assisted
by members of the Red Cross Disaster Action
Team. Among the services provided were cloth-
ing, shoes, food and mental health services.
NOTE: If anyone is organizing assistance for
the family letus know at afelsberg@chipleypaper.
com of call 638-0212.

Mobile meth

labs get the

attention of

local law


Caryville man among
those charged
Managing Editor
A cooperative effort by local
law enforcement led to several
arrests as investigators closed in
on suspected meth lab operators
and other drug-related crimes
Wednesday. One of those arrested
was a Caryville man. Much of the
information used in the arrests was
furnished by the Holmes County
Sheriff's Office.
Kyle Lee Taylor, 28, of Caryville,
was charged with attempted manu-
facture of methamphetamine using
a mobile meth lab, an increasingly
popular method used to manufac-
ture the drug throughout the area
according to law enforcement.
All of those arrested are alleg-
edly involved in the manufacturing
of methamphetamine using mobile
meth labs in Holmes, Washington,
and Bay counties, according to the
Bay County Sheriff's Office.
Investigators learned of several
locations in these counties that mo-
bile labs were set up. Mobile or
"box" labs are easily moved and
can be packed up quickly once a
"cook" is complete. They are often
stored in backpacks or large plastic
containers with lids.
The series of arrests began
Wednesday. The Bay County Sher-
iff's Office reported in a news re-
lease that on January 30 the Meth-
amphetamine Drug Unit (MADD
Unit) executed a search warrant
around 2 p.m. at the Sun Harbor

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621 ........................ Mike Huckabee
3........................ Duncan Hunter
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595 .................. John McCain
56........................ Ron Paul
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_ Bonifay police make arrest,

~ information sought from public
Managing Editor
Bonifay Police Department arrested a Bonifay woman
on charges of grand theft following a citizen's tip.
Officer Jaison Carver of the BPD reported that on the
morning of Jan. 14 he was contacted about the theft of jew-
elry by a resident on Jenkins Avenue. Carver said the resident
reported several items missing from her home.
The resident reported that from October to December,
2007, Denise Yvette Redmon, 43, cleaned her home. Carver
immediately checked on other burglaries, and a possible
r pattern soon developed.
"Upon investigating other jewelry thefts in the area where
Redmon had been cleaning homes, I was able to locate sev-
eral pieces of jewelry that Redmon had taken to a local pawn
shop and pawned using identification that was not valid,"
* Carver reported. Redmon has been charged with grand theft.
The Bonifay Police are asking for help from the community.
If anyone believes they have been a victim in a similar, case,
4 call the department at 547-3661.


Fish Pond Management will be the Cost is $50 each, due the
topic for discussion includ- night of the first session.
management ing, weed identification and All registrants will re-
removal, desirable plants, ceive a course notebook of
short course herbicides as well as ap- fact sheets on pond manage-
University of Florida will plication techniques and ment and well as handouts
sponsor a fish pond manage- equipment. form the instructors.
ment short course with live Monday, March 3, Fish Make checks payable to
broadcast in 13 locations in Management will include Field Day and Short Course
the Florida panhandle and topics on fish selection, Fund.
Alabama from 2-8 p.m. (CT) stocking strategies, unwant- Send registration and
and 7-9 (ET) via video-con- ed species, fish removal, check to Fish Pond Manage-
ference. feeding, feed sources and ment Short Course, Jackson
The first session is Mon- recreational harvest recom- County Extension, 2741
day, Feb. 4 and will cover mendations.. Pennsylvania Ave. Suite 3,
Pond Management. Fertil- Monday, April 14, is a Marianna, FL 32448.
izing, types of fertilizer, Pond Management field tour For a location near you,
winterizing pods, fixing at Paul Fish Farms in Boni- call your local Extension
leaky ponds, pond construc- fay. This includes a tour of Office or Clyde Smith at
tion and pond clarity will be the farm pond management 850-482-9620 or email him
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Monday, Feb. 7, Weed necessary recourses.

Continued from page 1

Harbor Road Apartments in
Panama City.
Information was received
from the Holmes County
Sheriff's Office concerning
illegal narcotics activity
by several occupants of an
apartment at that location.
'Two individuals were ar-
rested as a result of this
search warrant.
Deborah Ann Owens, 41,
of 5505 Sun Harbor Road,
Panama City, was charged
with possession of metham-
phetamine, possession of
paraphernalia, and violation
of probation manufacture of
methamphetamine. Jeffrey
Lee Hardin, 36, of 5505 Sun
Harbor Rd, Panama City,
was charged with posses-
sion of methamphetamine
and possession of parapher-
Further information was
developed on Wednesday
that led to an additional
search warrant and two more
arrests. Investigators were
'led to a Centre, Ala. man,

James Darold Lindsey, 28,
who was staying in the Lynn
Haven area.
The Florida Department
of Law Enforcement issued
a warrant on Lindsey out of
Holmes County for drug-re-
lated offenses. Investigators
observed Lindsey leave a
residence -at 3142 Meadow
Lane in Lynn Haven and
a traffic stop was done on
Lindsey. A search of his ve-
hicle revealed over 10 grams
of ICE, an increasingly pop-
ular and very potent form
of meth, and a gram baggie
of methamphetamine with
an estimated street value of
Lindsey also had numer-
ous prescription pills in
the vehicle with no valid
prescription. Investigators
seized a small amount of
U.S. currency from Lindsey
as well as his 2000 GMC
truck valued at $7,000.
Lindsey was arrested and
charged with possession of
methamphetamine with in-
tent to distribute, trafficking
in hydrocodone, possession
of listed chemical ephedrine,

possession of Darvocet,
possession of Ambien, pos-
session of MDMA, posses-
sion of Soma, possession
of Xanax, possession of
* Klonopin, and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Investigators obtained
consent to search the Mead-
ow Lane home and found
a mobile meth lab. The
home owner, Donald Palmer
Schulte, 29, of 3142 Mead-
ows Lane, Lynn Haven was
arrested and charged with
Manufacture of metham-
phetamine, possession of
methamphetamine, and pos-
session of drug parapher-
Further information de-
veloped and led investiga-
tors to arrest Taylor at about
10 p.m. Thursday evening at
a local Beach motel. Taylor
allegedly held a conversation
with a confidential informant
in which Taylor agreed to
come to Panama City Beach
with a mobile meth lab and
cook meth for the informant.
Taylor was charged with
attempted manufacture of

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File photo
The Washington County Arts Council offers a number of events throughout
the year.

Arts Council describes opportunities around area

The Washington County
Arts Council (WCAC) seeks
to encourage, inspire and
promote the arts in this area
by providing opportuni-
ties in the performing and
visual arts to local artists.
WCAC meets on the fourth
Tuesday of each month at the
Chipley library, according to
a news release from the Arts
Check out the website at
org and look for upcoming
details on the logo contest
offering $100 to the winning
A $500 scholarship to
graduating seniors in Wash-
ington County pursuing the
arts is also in the-works.
Another local arts group
enjoying a revival is the
Spanish Trail Playhouse, a
community theatre group,
presided over by Kevin Rus-
sell. Russell hopes to take
real-life stories from the
community and craft them
into a folk life play en-

titled, "Watermelon Wine",
a dream of the late Tommy
McDonald, Sr., former may-
or of Chipley.
If the recent success of
"Skits-O-Phrenia" perfor-
mance, scripted by Rus-
sell, and fellow actors Chris
Carlton and Austin Simms,
is any indication, Chipley
audiences will be blessed
with this new local cultural
Whether a spectator or
participant, Washington
County and the surrounding
counties offer food, fun and
friendships at their home-
grown festivals.
"Legends and Lore",
March 28 and 29 at Falling
Waters State Park 'serves
up a slice of old Florida
Cracker life; blacksmithing,
corn grinding, soap making
and Native American crafts,
to name but a few, will be
featured beneath the dappled
sunlight between the pines.
The Marianna Arts Fes-
tival, April 11 and 12 fea-

tures barbecue along with
a dance, music and fun in
the sun at Citizens Lodge in
"A Day in the Park" April
26 at Shivers Park in Chipley
will be a celebration of the
Arts and is free to the public.
Sponsored by the WCAC,
this event offers music, sto-
rytelling and hands on arts
and crafts demonstrations
as well as fine art and hand-
crafts for sale.
There is the Wiregrass
Festival of the Murals in Do-
than, April 28 through May
3. Besides vendors there
will be bluegrass, gospel,
jazz, dance, visual arts and
museum activities.
The 52nd Annual Water-
melon Festival, June 28 at the
Ag Center has a parade, an
Antique Car Show, the Sum-
mertime Magic Art Show
and free watermelon. The
Possum Festival in Wausau,
Aug. 2 is a must.
For information call Kar-
en L. Roland at 638-9968.

Florida Building Commission wants stronger wind codes

The Florida Building
Commission this week rec-
ommended to the Legisla-
ture that new buildings along
Florida's coast that will
be insured by the state-run
Citizens Property Insurance
Corporation be built to stron-
ger standards than current
building codes require.
The recommendations,
which incorporate "Code-
Plus" standards, come in
response to the Legislature's
direction for the Commis-
sion to examine the hurri-
cane risks to structures built
close to the Florida coast.
The proposed requirements
would apply to structures
built within a half-mile of
Florida's coasts beginning
next January 1.
"These buildings are ex-
posed to the strongest winds
and pounding surf of on-
coming hurricanes, and the
risk of building damage and
insurance claims to the state-
backed insurance provider
is enormous," said Raul L.
Rodriguez, AIA, who serves
as chairman of the Florida
Building Commission.
"We considered the
risks and the latest science
in developing the recom-
mendations and concluded

that state-insured buildings
should be required to with-
stand a stronger hurricane
than those mandated by the
state code."
The Legislature last year
directed the Commission,
which is housed within the
Department of Community
Affairs, to recommend Code-
Plus criteria for Citizens-in-
sured buildings constructed
after January 1,2009, within
2,500 feet of the coast.
The Commission selected
a standard based on a 500-
year event, which can carry
winds approximating the
worst storms on record, such
as Hurricane Andrew.
Citizens-insured coastal
buildings would be built to
withstand winds 5 to 25 mph
stronger than the code re-
quires, depending on where
,the building is located along
the coast.
In addition to wind speed,
the recommendations call
for buildings to be elevated 1
to 6 feet higher than current
requirements and to meet the
stringent wind-borne debris
protection requirements for
the High Velocity Hurricane
Wind-driven rain damage
occurs to building interiors

WC Library schedule for February
announced for Chipley branch
February calendar of events for the Washington County
Public Library, Chipley Branch.
Story time at 10:30 a.m. on each Thursday, Feb. 7, 14,
CLAM it UP (Chipley Library Anime Manga) for Teens
will be held Feb. 13 and Feb. 27 from 3-5 p.m.
After school program on Feb. 26 from 3-4:30 p.m. "Where
we will meet, at the second star to the right!"
Register now at the library. For more information, call
Zedra at 638-1314 or e-mail kidsrule@wcplfl.com.
Note: The library will be closed Feb. 18 in observance
of Presidents' Day.


when roof coverings are
blown off, windows are
broken or other parts of
the structure fail. These are
major causes of insurance
claims. While the damage is
not necessarily life-threaten-
ing to the occupants, it does
result in costly repairs and
Estimates from Hurricane
Andrew, as an example, re-
flect that water damage was
responsible for 60 percent of
the insured losses. Stronger
buildings and protection
from wind-borne debris
would reduce damage and
"The primary purpose
of any building code is to
provide for the safety of the
occupants, and the Florida
Building Code does that very
well," said Rodriguez. "The
'Code-Plus' requirements
address occupant safety and
additional property protec-
tion in high-risk areas, which
will in turn reduce insurance

A map illustrating
Florida's wind-borne de-
bris region is available at

0 4

Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
0 a

KMS news
Kate M. Smith Elemen-
tary School will be hosting
a Parent In-service night
with a "Test Your Best Ses-
sion" and a "Make and Take"
workshop for all grade levels
on Tuesday, Feb. 5.
There will be a general
assembly beginning at 5:30
p.m. in the cafeteria. Items to
be discussed will be FCAT
and Stanford 10 testing. Par-
ents for all grade levels are
encouraged to participate in
this event.
Feb. 12, fourth grade
students will participate in
the FCAT Writing (Florida
Writes). Tuesday, March 11,
Grades 1-4 will begin FCAT
and Stanford 10 testing.

Friends of the
Washington County
Library meets
The February meeting of
the Friends of the Washing-
ton County Library will meet
Thursday, Feb. 7, at noon at
the Blue Lake Community
Guest speaker will be
Dianne Smith of Bonifay, a
Bonifay Book Club member.
She will give a brief history
of her club, which has been
in existence over 50 years,
and will then give a book
Those wishing to make
luncheon reservations should
call Rosa Nell Baxley at
638-1470 by noon Monday,
Feb. 4.

Jackson County
burglary arrest
According to a Jackson
County Sheriff's Depart-
ment news release deputies
responded to a call about a
burglary and grand theft at
2659 Gregory Lane north of
Cottondale. Almost imme-
diately another call came in
from the residence at 2685
Lovewood Road concern-
ing a fist fight. Deputies
learned the two incidents
were related.
When the burglary vic-
tims returned home they saw
the suspects fleeing the area.
They chased the suspects to
the Lovewood residence,
confronted them and a fight
A deputy searched the
area and found a blue duffle
bag, in the woods, behind
the residence that contained
all of the stolen items. There
was a Wii system, a PlaySta-
tion 3, an XBox 360 and
several video.games, a total
value over $2,000.
In post Miranda state-
ments both suspects con-

Submitted photo
Take Stock in Children donation
The WestPoint Fund of the Community Foundation
of the Chattahoochee Valley, Inc. have awarded
a second grant of $5,000 to the Take Stock in
Children Scholarship Fund of Washington County.
The WestPoint Fund's purpose is to "promote in-
novative approaches to education and community
building, specifically to support, encourage, initiate
and sustain programs to achieve a lasting benefi-
cial impact." The fund focuses its grant making on
various communities in Alabama and Georgia as
well as the Florida community of Chipley. School
board member Terry Ellis presented the check to
North Central Panhandle Education Foundation
president Don Walters.

fessed to their respective
roles in the incident. They
broke a window to gain entry
and took the items and fled.
They were discovered by
the homeowner when they
returned for their bicycles.

Andrew James Pepples of
Cottondale was arrested and
lodged in the Jackson Coun-
ty Correctional facility.
A 14 year-old black male
was arrested and processed
then released to his father.

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for loved ones.

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The Chipley City Council will conduct a PUBLIC HEARING regard-
ing adoption of the following ordinance on February 14, 2008 at 6:00
p.m., at the City Hall Council Chambers, 1442 Jackson Avenue, Chipley,



Adoption of this ordinance will implement Civil Penalties based on Flor-
ida Statutes Chapter 828 not to exceed $500.00.

All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the public
hearing and to provide written and/or verbal comments on the matter
under consideration. Any person requiring a special accommodation at
this hearing because of disability or physical impairments should contact
the City at (850) 638-6350, 48 hours prior to the hearing.

For further information pertaining to the proposed ordinance, con-
tact Jim Morris, City Administrator.


4, Washington County News, Saturday, February 2, 2008


Florida Highway Pa-
trol will conduct driver li-
cense and vehicle inspec-
tion checkpoints during the
month of February on the
roadways listed below in
Holmes, Jackson and Wash-
ington counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles be-
ing operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn
tires and defective lighting
equipment. In addition, at-
tention will be directed to
drivers who would violate
the driver license laws of
Officers will be on State
Roads No. 2, 10, 69, 71,7,3,
77, 79, 81, 273, 276, 277,
and 286 during the month.
Country roads with in-
spection points include No.
69A, 162, 164, 165, 165A,
167, 169, 173, 177, 177A,
179, 181, 185, 271, 276,
279, 280, 284, and Snow
Hill Road.
The Patrol has found
these checkpoints to be an
effective means of enforcing
the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while
ensuring the protection of all

Wausau Garden
Club tree planting
Wausau Garden Club
rescheduled its tree planting
ceremony for Florida Arbor
It will be 2 p.m. Feb. 9 at
the entrance to the Fitness
Trail next to Possum Palace,
and the public is invited.

Tax help for seniors
available at WCOA
Washington County
Council on Aging and AARP
are taking appointments for
assistance for the 2007-08
tax season.
Tax returns will be pre-

Submitted photo
'The Music Man' at Chipley High
The Chipley High School spring musical produc-
tion, 'The Music Man,' announces cast selections.
Returning students Ben Grande (Harold Hill) and
Sarah Lovins (Marian the Librarian) will be play-
ing the romantic leads (above). Band members
will also be performing as traveling salesmen and
townspeople. Cast: Justin Wood, A.J. Thompson,
Ben Grande, Mark Lent, Jeff Flickinger, Phillip De-
monbreun, Chris Spenser, Lacey Aukema, Joe Ev-
ans, Aven Pitts, Alex Squires, Sarah Lovins; Brenna
Kneiss, Brittani Wolfe, Richard Wayne Davenport,
Leah Page, Brittany Hawk, Amber Lunsford, Tabitha
Shumaker, Allison Bunge, Stepha ie Calix, Brittany
Brooks; China Robriguez, Kristen Stone, Katherine
Stone, Joni Barfield, Ashlyn Hadden Ana Medina,
Rochelle Wiser, Eliza Carlisle, and Taylor Sloan.
The Spring Musical will be will be performed Fri-
day April 25 and Saturday April26 at7 p.m. in the
CHS auditorium.

pared from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
each Monday beginning Feb.
4 and continuing through
March 17.
The schedule will con-
tinue each Monday after
that, from March 24 through
April 14, with returns be-
ing prepared from 8 a.m. to
Call the Council on Aging
at 638-6216 or 638-6217 to
schedule an appointment.

Aircraft Association
Fly-In March 8
Emerald Coast EAA
Chapter 1464 Tri-County
Aviation, LLC Southeast
Alabama EAA Chapter 351
will host the Fifth Annual
Experimental Aircraft As-
sociation Fly In on March.
8 from 7 a.m. 4 p.m. at the
Tri-County Airport on High-

way 162 in Holmes County.
Concessions will be avail-
able. Don't forget to take
your camera. Call 547-6519
for more information.

'After School at the
Library' Feb. 26
Register now for "After
School at the Library" on
Tuesday, Feb. 26, from 3-
4:30 p.m. Program theme
is "Never Grow Up in Nev-
Call 638-01314 or email
kidsrule@wcplfl.com, for
more information.

'Books Alive' book
fair in Bay County
Bay County Library and
Florida State University are
sponsoring the Ninth Annual
"Books Alive,"A Festival of
Reading event.
Friday, Feb. 8 FSU pres-
ents a creative writing class
at Panama City campus from
10 a.m. 4 p.m.. Cost is $50
for the day.
Saturday, Feb. 9 The
book fair starts a 9 a.m. and
is free of charge. A Literary
Luncheon will be heldfrom
12:30 2:15 p.m. ,with
keynote speakers, Ms. Lee
Smith and Hal Crowther.
Tickets for luncheon are
$20 each. Book 'sales and
signing will be held from
2:15-4 p.m.
The Literary Gala will be
held in Gulf Coast Commu-
nity College, East Confer-
ence Center from 7-9 p.m.
For more information,
call Betinna Mead at 850-
872-7500, ext. 31 or email

AARP Driver Safety
Program Feb. 3
AARP will sponsor and
driver safety course at Jim's
Buffet in Marianna on Sat-
urday, Feb. 3 beginning at
8 a.m.
This course was devel-
oped especially for the se-


Washington County
candidates list
*Robert "Bobby" Had-
dock (Democrat) .1167
Mockingbird Lane Chipley,
FL 32428
*Virginia Ruschmeier
(Democrat) 1327 Old Church
Road Chipley, FL 32428
*Michael Walker (Repub-
lican) 2716-B Alton Lane

Chipley, FL 32428
*Rick Warden (No Par-
ty Affiliation) 1552 South
BLVD Chipley, FL 32428
*Chris Welch (Demo-
crat) 1110 Pine Bluff Drive
Chipley, FL 32428

County Commissioner-
District 1 ,
*Donnie Ray Strickland
(Democrat) 2461A Pleasant
Hill RD Bonifay, FL 32425
*Hilton Kelly (Republi-
can) PO Box 125 Vernon,.

Vote by mail
The Supervisor of Elections office now offers the op-
tion to Vote By Mail in the 2008 elections. It is simple and

Three very important items that you need to know it order
to Vote By Mail:
*Have your signature up to date. Each signature on a Vote
By Mail ballot is verified with the signature on file with the
Elections office..
*Please make sure your Washington County residential
address is up to date. Vote By Mail ballots cannot be for-
*Vote By Mail request forms must be received at the Su-
pervisor of Elections office no later then six (6) days prior
to an election.

To request Vote By Mail ballots or to receive additional
information, please contact our office at 638-6230, or visit
our website at: www.wcsoe.org.
*Primary Election -- August 26, 2008
*General Election -- November 4, 2008

FL 32462

County Commissioner-
District 5
*James E. Guy (Repub-
lican) 1844 Pettis Road
Chipley, FL 32428
*Ronnie B. Finch (Dem-
ocrat) 1278 Booth RD.
Chipley, FL 32428
*John A. Harmon (Demo-
crat) 1625 Old Mill RD
Chipley, FL 32428
*Bill Howell (Republican)
PO Box 613(1473 Gainer

RD) Chipley, FL 32428

School Board
District 2
*Wayne C. Saunders
847 Candy LN Chipley, FL
All school board races
are non partisan

Superintendent of
*Calvin Stevenson
(Democrat) 3163 River RD
Chipley, FL 32428


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nior driver with years of
driving experience. It is
geared to senior safety needs
and helping to compensate
for age related changes.
The National Safety
Council course reviews ba-
sic driving knowledge, new
traffic laws and introduces
techniques to help off-set the
effects of the aging process
on driver performance. This
course is approved by the
DHSMV for a three-year
insurance premium reduc-
There is no testing and
only a minimum course fee
of $10 to cover materials.
RSVP Lilia at 850-526-

CHS Valentine Jazz
Dinner Feb. 9
The Chipley High School
Band Boosters will hold its
annual Valentine Jazz Dinner
from 6:30,- 8 p.m. on Satur-
day, Feb. 9, at the Wash-
ington County Ag Center.
Dinner to be accompanied
by live music performed by
the CHS Tiger Jazz Band.
Tickets are $40 per cou-
ple or $25 for singles, and
may be purchased from any
band booster, or by calling
the CHS Band Office at 638-
6100, ext. 525, or email at
band@ chipleyhighschool.
Reservations will be tak-
en until February 5.
Funds raised from this
event will be used by the
CHS Band Boosters to sup-
port the band program at
Chipley High School.

TCC transportation
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc. provides non-

emergency transportation
to medical appointments
and referred destinations.
Please arrange appointments
within these time frames.
All routes are coordinated
and a 24-hour advance res-
ervation is required and next
day appointments need to be
in by 12 p.m. the previous
working day.
*Marianna Tuesday and
Thursday 9 a.m. to 12
*Panama City Monday
through Friday 9 a.m. to
12 p.m.
*Dothan Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday 9
a.m. to 12 p.m.
Medical trips to Defuniak
Springs, Geneva, Crestview,
Niceville, Fort Walton, and
Fort Rucker can be sched-
For more information on
the program, call 547-3688,
Monday Friday from 8 a.m.
-4:30 p.m.

Senior companions
Senior companions are
needed by Elder Care Ser-
vices, Inc. Anyone 60 or
older and living on a limited
income is invited to investi-
gate the program.
Volunteers will receive
assistance with an annual
physical examination. They
will be reimbursed each
month at 44.5 cents per
mile and receive a tax-free
stipend (hourly pay, not
counted as income).
The Senior Companion
Program "gives you an op-
portunity to serve your com-
munity," reports Gina Smith
of Elder Care Services.
For more information,
call her at 547-2511.

Livestock report
For the week ending Jan. 31., 2008:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled $6,948,
compared to $6,492 last week and $6,120 a year ago. Ac-
cording to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market News
Service, compared last week, slaughter cows and bulls were
$1 to $2 higher,, feeder steers and heifers were steady to $2
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $121.00 175.00
300-400 lbs. $110.00 140.00
400-500 lbs. $ 98.00 120.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $105.00 155.00
.300-400 lbs. $ 95.00 115.00
400-500 lbs. $ 84.00 110.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean .
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $44'00 50.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $58.00 70.00

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5 YEARS AGO, 2003
A tall sycamore tree at a
home on Hard Labor Road
- the largest of its kind in
Florida was scheduled to
be cut down. The tree had
fallen victim to a fungus and
an infestation of beetles that
could not be contained.
Temperatures dipped into
the teens during late January
Sheena Harris of Vernon
High School received a full
softball scholarship to North
Florida Community College
in Madison.
Chelsea Laney of Chipley
was named an academic top
scholar with Florida Bright
10 YEARS AGO, 1998
Sheriff Fred Peel pre-
sented a builder's certificate
to Chuck Holub, owner
of Sunny Hills Golf Club.
It was in recognition of
Holub's donations to Florida
Sheriff's Youth Ranches.
Members of the hospital
board of trustees voted to
sell the Chipley-based facil-
ity to Community Health
Systems of Tennessee.
Florida State Highway
Trooper Milton Brown was
honored for pulling Karen
Gilley from her burning ve-
hicle and saving her life.
10 YEARS AGO, 1998
Hinson Crossroads Vol-
unteer Fire Department
sponsored a turkey shoot and
barbecue pork dinner to raise
funds for its operation.
Boys from Troop 39 and
Cub Scout Pack 739 helped
plant Cypress tree seedlings
taken from Florida's largest
tree the senator located on
the grounds between North-
west Florida Community
Hospital and the Convales-
cent Center in Chipley.
Following contract ne-
gotiations, Glenn Brown of
Dothan, Ala., was returned
to his job as administrator
of Northwest Florida Com-

munity Hospital.
30 YEARS AGO, 1978
Coleman Register opened
Surplus and Salvage on
Hwy. 90 in Chipley.
A $5,000 reward was
posted by Jackson County
cattlemen who were seek-
ing information -about the
person or persons who stole
200 head of cattle from a
Greenwood ranch.
James Harrell resigned
as football coach at Vernon
High School.,
Four students at Washing-
ton-Holmes Area Vocational
Technical Cefiter in Chipley
built a small solar heating
unit at the school. Encour-
aged, they began work on
a device that would heat a
1,000 gallon tank using two
10x16 foot coils.
The H.W. Corbin home
south of Chipley was com-
pletely consumed by fire of
undetermined origin.
40 YEARS AGO, 1968
Washington County News
aimed its news spotlight on
the town of Caryville for
the month of February.The
promotion said the town had
outstanding recreational fa-
cilities hunting, fishing and
camping;, fine churches and
excellent schools. Calvit L.
Walker was mayor.
Henry Pitts of Wausau
was a Democratic candidate
for Sheriff of Washington
Gus Alford was the new
president of Pioneer Rifle
and Pistol Club of Chipley.
Dow Gilmore was the execu-
tive officer.
Vernon Garden Club met
at the home of Mrs. Lillian
McFatter, who gave a talk on
"Making Flowers and Vases
with Crystals."
50 YEARS AGO, 1958
The Rev. and Mrs,. Fred
Schell of Ridgecrest, N.C.,
were visiting local friends
and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Boone

of Lynn Haven spent the
weekend at their home in
Mrs. Earl Kinbrough and
little daughter, Katrina, of
Waycross, Ga., were visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Cutts.
Mrs. J.W. Allen of Mont-
gomery was a guest of her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth
70 YEARS AGO, 1938
Dr. Howard B. Tiller at-
tended a West Florida Den-
tal Association meeting in
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin But-
ler spent Sunday in Quincy
with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer.
Mrs. P.L. Noles of Com-
pass Lake spent Monday
night in the B .F. Whittington
Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Cra-
ven and children came from
Pensacola to spend the week-
end with relatives.
95 YEARS AGO, 1913
P.L. Wilburn of Tampa
arrived Saturday for a visit
with his brother, J.C, Wil-
Miss Leota Fisher of
Compass Lake was a guest
in the Alford home during
the weekend.
M.L. Harmon of Panama
City was a Thursday visitor
in Chipley.
Mrs. Charlie Setterlind of
St. Andrews returned home
after several days visit with
her sister, Mrs. J.B. Farrior.
A singing school in
Chipley was said to be pro-
gressing nicely under the
direction of Professor Rich-
Attending a quarterly
meeting at the Moss Hill
Church were B.F. Garner
and E.B. Tiller.
Uncle Joe Wachob of
White Oak was in Chipley
tending to business.


District Spelling
Bee on Feb. 7
Washington County
School District will hold
its 2007/08 Spelling Bee on
Saturday, Feb. 7, in the board
room at the School Board
office at 652 Third Street in
The spelling bee starts at
8:30 a.m.

KMS hosts
In-service night
Kate M. Smith Elemen-
tary will host a parent in-
service night on Tuesday,
Feb. 5, with a "Test Your
Best Session" and a "Make
and Take" workshop for all
grade levels.
There will be a general
assembly at 5:30 p.m. in the
Topics for discussion will
be FCAT and Stanford 10
Parents for all grade lev-
els are encouraged to par-
Note: Feb. 12, fourth
grade students will par-
ticipate in the FCAT Writing
(Florida Writes). March 11,
grades 1-4 will begin FCAT
and Stanford 10 testing.

formation you, contact: Sue
Jefferson at 850-638-9332.

Diabetes support
group news
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital Diabetes
Support Group presents:
"Chair Exercises": You
Can Do It! February 19 at
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital cafeteria at
5:30 p.m.
NFCH hosts monthly
diabetes support group meet-
ings. If you or a loved one is
a diabetic, please join us for
free informative educational
sessions and be a part of our
group. Corey Wilmot, will
show you how to exercise
right from your chair.
Diabetics and caregivers

Elder support
Elder Support Services
will meet the first and third
Thursday every month
at Holmes Council onAg-
ing, 210 West Kansas Ave. in
Bonifay. Meetings begin at
10- 11 a.m.
Caregivers will be able
tn share different ideas on

Beef Conference
& Trade Show
The Northwest Florida
Beef Conference & Trade
Show will be held on Thurs-
day, Feb. 7 at the Agriculture
Conference Center located
behind the Jackson County
Extension Office just north
of 1-10 at exit 136 in Mari-
anna. Registration and the
Trade Show will open at
8 a.m., the program will
start at 9. The program will
conclude with a steak lunch
at 12:30 p.m.This year the
focus of the conference will
be on drought management.
Four major topics of discus-
sion will be presented.
Dennis Hancock, Uni-
versity of Georgia Forage
Specialist, will discuss Pas-
ture Management during
long term drought to help
producers adjust their stock-
ing rate, use optimal grazing
techniques, make wise use of
fertilization, and emergency
forage crops. Curt Lacey,
University of Georgia Live-
stock Economist, will fo-
cus on Drought Economics.
Producers may be forced to
make a number of difficult
choices with rising input
costs, and reduced income

Saturday, January 26, 2008 Washington County News, 5

Bananas are a popular nutritional treat

SYears of the Washington ountews

taken from the files of the Washington County News

According to an Indian
legend, the banana was the
fruit of choice for Adam and
was nicknamed "the fruit of
Bananas grow in bunches
of 10 to 25 fruit, called
"hands," and they take about
a year to grow.
Bananas like tropical and
subtropical climates and are
one of the top three-most
popular fruit consumed (the
other two are the apple and
the mango).
As you know, the skin
color is the indication of
the degree of ripeness in a
banana (and also if they've
been used as an edible boo-
merang by any bored shop-
pers). Really green bananas
may ripen too slowly but
are good for cooking (as a
starchy side dish), green-
tipped bananas will ripen
in a day or two and yellow
bananas are ready to go.
Store bananas at room
temperatures (cold will
actually stop the ripening
process, and may cause a
browning of the skin and
flesh which is particularly
unpleasant, unless you like
bananas that have liquefied
in the skin).
If you want to speed up
the ripening process (who
ever has that problem?),
put bananas in a paper bag
or wrap them in newspaper
(this traps the natural gasses
which speed ripening, but
doesn't trap air or moisture,

keep the immune and ner-
vous systems going, as well
as helping to prevent birth
defects and strengthen the
Nancy Berkoff is a regis-
tered dietitian and chef with
more than 20 years of expe-
rience in the food industry.
E-mail her atfoodprof@ix.

Makes 5 servings
5 long wooden skewers or
wooden chopsticks
5 peeled bananas
1/2 cup chocolate or car-
ob chips
1. Skewer each banana
down the middle with the
wooden skewer.
2. Place on a sheet of
waxed paper in the freezer.
3. Place chips in a small
bowl and add two teaspoons
of water. Microwave on
medium for two minutes or
until very soft. Remove from
microwave and mix to form
a smooth sauce.
4. Dip frozen bananas in
chocolate to coat. Serve im-
mediately or freeze in waxed
paper until ready to use.
Nutritional information
per serving: 375 calories per
serving, 32 percent calories
from fat, 13.3 fat grams,
59.8 carbohydrate grams,
3.7,protein grams, 65 sodium
milligrams, 2.4 fiber grams.
Source: Nancy Berkoff


Puppies are a wonderful
addition to any home, but
with them comes one change
that can be anything but
wonderful house training
It's a process that can be
slow and frustrating, but Dr.
Bonnie Beaver, a veterinar-
ian and Texas A&M College
of Veterinary Medicine &
Biomedical Sciences, has a
few helpful tips that may al-
leviate some of the pain.
Beaver says that the first
thing puppies learn when
being house trained is what
surfaces can be used for
potty training and what sur-
faces cannot. A fundamental
principle in puppy training is
establishing what surfaces
are appropriate, she says, and
she recommends establish-
ing acceptable surfaces with
the use of praise and treats.
Different surfaces include
grass, concrete, newspaper,
puppy pads or any other
place the pet owner always
wants the puppy to use to go
to the bathroom.
She believes this principle
should be established young,
because once the puppy
understands what surface is
appropriate to be eliminated
on, the puppy will usually
only waste on that surface.
"The pet owner should
take the puppy to the surface
frequently to ensure that
the puppy only eliminates
there," Beaver explains.
"The pet should definitely
be taken to the surface after
eating, before sleeping, after
waking up, and after peri-
ods of activity, since these
are the the instances when the
puppy will likely need to
urinate. It is also important
to take the puppy to go to the
bathroom at least once dur-
ing the night, since puppy's
bladders are small."
It is critical that owners
understand that the surface
that the pet is taught to use
will always be used. When
pet owners begin training
- + -* _+ -- l +_

gets older, the owner decides
he or she does not want the
60-pound dog eliminating
on the pad in the laundry.
room, but by this time the
behavior is too engrained in
the pet's mind, and is often
The owner should always
go to the surface with the
pet .to ensure that the pet
.does eliminate. Beaver rec-
ommends using a leash if
the owner wants the pet to
eliminate outside.
The action of walking
makes the, puppy want to
eliminate while also get-
ting the puppy used to the
owner being around while

it is eliminating. This can
be very helpful if the owner
chooses to relocate to an area
where dogs must be kept on
leashes if outside.
Going to the surface with
the pet also allows the,owner
to know definitively that
the puppy has gone to the
bathroom, and this will help
alleviate some accidents,
she notes.

Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences, Texas A&M Univer-
sity. Stories can be viewed
on the World Wide Web at

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If you've over done your
banana purchase, peel them,
puree them, add a little vi-
tamin C (to prevent brown-
ing, lemon or orange juice
will do), store in air-tight
plastic or glass and freeze.
Used thawed bananas for
sauces and baking, or make
your own banana ice cream
The banana has great
nutrition: a medium-sized
banana has only about 100
calories and is a good source
of potassium, B6, vitamin
C, riboflavin, folic acid and
magnesium. This means
bananas can help your body

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wise a judgment may be NOTICE OR THIRTY WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA WHICH YOU OWN IN White VIN abilities Act, any person
entered against you for DAYS AFTER THE DATE FLORIDA BY: J C Rogers, Deputy WHICH YOU HAVE LE- #3FAKP1132XR215351 requiring special accom- .
the relief demanded in the OF SERVICE OF A COPY Clerk GAL INTEREST. THE modations to participate in
t- Petition. OF THIS NOTICE ON BY: J C Rogers, Deputy WARNING: PROPERTY WILL BE 02/29/08 these meetings is asked
NON T WITNESS my hand and All other creditors of the TAXES ON PROPERTY TION ON February 26, #2GCEK19R2W1182885 Caryville at 850-548-5571 Antiues
1100 Legal Advertising seal of said Court on Jan- decedent and persons WARNING: WHICH YOU OWN IN 2008 UNLESS THE BACK As published in the Wash- at least 48 hours before 0 Appiances
1110 Classified Notices uary15, 2008. having claims or demands WHICH YOU HAVE LE- TAXES ARE PAID. TO ington County News Feb- the meeting. "If any per- 3120 Arts & Crafts
1120- Public Notices/ LINDA H. COOK against the decedent's es-, THERE ARE UNPAID GAL INTEREST. THE MAKE ARRANGEMENTS ruary 2, 2008. son decides to appeal any 3130 Auctions
1130 Adoptions Clerk of Court tate must file their claims TAXES ON PROPERTY PROPERTY WILL BE FOR PAYMENT OR TO decision made by the 3140 Baby Items
1140 Happy Ads BY: C. Davidson with this Court WITHIN WHICH YOU OWN IN SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- RECEIVE FURTHER IN- PUBLIC NOTICE board, agency, or com- 3150 Building Supplies
1150- Personals Deputy Clerk THREE MONTHS AFTER WHICH YOU HAVE LE- TION ON February 26, FORMATION, CONTACT mission, with respect to 3160 Business
116 -Lost As published in the Wash- THE DATE OF THE FIRST GAL INTEREST. THE 2008 UNLESS THE BACK THE CLERK OF COURT You are hereby notified any matter considered at Equipment
1170 Fond ington County News Janu- PUBLICATION OF THIS PROPERTY WILL BE TAXES ARE PAID. TO IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. that a Public Hearing will such meeting or hearing, 3170 Collectibles
ary 19, 26, February 2, 9, NOTICE. SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- MAKE ARRANGEMENTS BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- be held on February 12, he or she will need a rec- 3180- Computers
2008. TION ON February 26, FOR PAYMENT OR TO SON AVE., SUITE 101, 2008, at the Caryville ord of the proceedings, 3190- Electronics
0 2008 UNLESS THE BACK RECEIVE FURTHER IN- CHIPLEY, FLORIDA Town Hall, located at 4436 and that for such purpose, 320 Firewood
3210- Free Pass It On
11 00 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS TAXES ARE PAID. TO FORMATION, CONTACT 32428, OR TELEPHONE Old Spanish Trail, he or she may need to en- 3220 Furniture
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL AND OBJECTIONS NOT MAKE ARRANGEMENTS THE CLERK OF COURT (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. Caryville, Florida at 6:00 sure that a verbatim rec- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
IN AND FOR WASHING- OF FLORIDA, IN AND EVER BARRED. RECEIVE FURTHER IN- BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- FOR January $ 5,273.14 ble thereafter. Public made, which record in- 3250 Good Things to Eat
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, FOR WASHINGTON FORMATION, CONTACT SON AVE., SUITE 101, IN U.S. CURRENCY hearings may be contin- cludes the testimony and 3260- Health & Fitness
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL COUNTY The date of the first publi- THE CLERK OF COURT CHIPLEY, FLORIDA ONLY ued from time to time as evidence upon which the 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
CIRCUIT. cation of this Notice is IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. 32428, OR TELEPHONE AMOUNT TO REDEEM may be necessary. You appeal is based." .FS 3280 Machinery/
IN RE: The Estate of January 30, 2008. BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. FOR February $ 5,349.50 are further notified that the 286.0105 Equipment
CASENO. 67-07-CA-119 CASE NO 67-07-124CP SON AVE., SUITE 101, AMOUNT TO REDEEM IN U.S. CURRENCY matter to be considered As published in the Wash- 3290 Medical Equipment
Attorney for Person Giving CHIPLEY, FLORIDA FOR January $ 1,508.32 ONLY. by the Town of Caryville ington County News Janu- 3310 Musical nstla ments
ALGIRDAS SAVICKAS, in- WILLIAM DOYLE LEE, Notice: 32428, OR TELEPHONE IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY No Personal Checks Ac- as to such public hearing ary 26, 2008 and February 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
dividually, and as Guard- ROY LAKE (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. cepted. will be the abandonment 2,2008. Supplies
ian of Louis Grebliunas; Deceased. 202 North Waukesha AMOUNT TO REDEEM Cashier's Checks, Money and cessation of any 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
and EUGENE Z. GREY; Street FOR February $ 1,529.94 Orders, and Western Un- maintenance by the Town 3340- Sporting Goods
and NOTICE TO CREDITORS Bonifay, Florida 32425 IN U.S. CURRENCY ion are the only other al- of Caryville and Washing- m '3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
Plaintiffs (Summary Administration) Florida Bar No 0714811 AMOUNT TO REDEEM ONLY ternatives accepted. ton County Public Works
-vs- Person Giving Notice: FOR January $1,256.33 IN No Personal Checks Ac- As published in the Wash- Department on Washing 11 A U
VYTAS P GREBLIUNAS; TO ALL PERSONS HAV- GORDON WESLEY LEE U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. cepted. ington County News Janu- ton Street right-of-way es. COLOR SELLS!3 oo I
KRISTINA M. ING CLAIMS OR DE- 2600 Melvin Road Cashier's Checks, Money ary 26, February 2, Febru- described below: Get Your Classified Wanted To Buy antiques,
GREBLIUNAS PARKER; MANDS AGAINST THE Cottondale, Florida 32431 AMOUNT TO REDEEM Orders, and Western Un- ary 9, February 16, 2008 Ad in Buy antiques,
SUZANNE GREBLIUNAS ABOVE ESTATE: As published in the FOR February $1,274.10 ion are the only other al- Only that portion of the fcl. COLOR!. collectibles, gold, silver,
HAIGHT; and LUCILLE You are hereby notified Washington County News IN U.S. CURRENCY ONLY ternatives accepted. PUBLIC AUCTION lowing 40-foot right-of-way Call now for details dinnerware, collections,
GREBLIUNAS, that an Order of Summary January 26, February 2, No Personal Checks Ac- As published in the Wash- that runs east and west; and be noticed! paintings, call Al Schmidt
Defendants. Administration has been 2008. cepted. ington County News Janu- Tharp & Sons Mini Stor- Washington Street that 638-0212 850-638-7304
entered in the Estate of ary 19, 26, February 2, 9, age in Chipley, .Florida will lies within Parcel Numbers or
NOTICE OF ACTION WILLIAM DOYLE LEE, de- NOTICE OF APPLICA- Cashier's Checks, Money 2008. hold either a private or 5906-0000, Lot 1, Block 2, 547-9414
ceased, case number TION FOR TAX DEED Orders, and Western Un- NOTICE OF APPLICA public sale on these units and 5920-0000, Lot 10,
TO: LUCILLE 67-07-124CP by the Cir- ion are the only other al- NTION FOR TAXDEED for non-payment of rent, in Block 3; in Section 11, _1 --- 3200 1
GREBLIUNAS cuit Court for Washington Notice is hereby given, ternatives accepted. NotiN her ivene accordance with the Flor- Township 4 North, Range Firewood For Sale;
355-W WINDSOR DR, County, Florida, the ad- that Simon Price the As published in the Wash- Notice is hereby given, ida Statue Law 16 West as shown on the ---10 pickup or delivery, 4, 2,
BLOOMINGDALE, IL. dress of which is Post Of- holder of the following cer- ington County News Janu- that Robert LPribbenow "Self-Storage Storage Fa- plat of record filed with the or fullcord. All seasoned
60108 fice Box 647, Chipley, tificate, has filed said cer- ary 12, January 19, Janu- Trust, RL Pribbenow Trus- cility" Act 83.801-83.809". Clerk of Court and known Female mini-snauzer hardwood. Call for prices
Florida 32428; that the to- tificate for a Tax Deed to ary 26, February 2, 2008 tee the holder of the fol- Tenants will have until as the R.E.L. McCaskill's gray w/purple collar with hardwood. Availability
KRISTINA M. tal cash value of the estate be issued thereon. The lowing certificate, has filed February 13, 2008 to pay Addition to the Town of Cede on tag and phone 50-209-5370and availability.
GREBLIUNASPARKER does not exceed certificate number and NOTICE OF APPLIC saidcertificate for a ax in full. No Checks will be Caryville, Florida, accord- 850-263-0403, missing on850-209-5370
5 3 8 4 does not exceed certificate number and NOTICE OF APPLICA Deed to be issued accepted. ing to the Plat thereof on 1/21/08, between
WALWORTH/ONTARIO $25,000.00; and that the year of issuance, the de- TION FORTAXDEED thereon. The certificate 1. DiannaSmithfilein the Officethereofthe Graceville/Chipley on
W R T T names and addresses of scription of the property, Notice is hereby given, number and year of issu- Dianna Smt fler in the Offircei Cofrthe Gcy eh
DR. those to whqm it has been and the names in which it that B M Wright the holder ance, the description of Chipley, FL. Clerk of the Circuit Court Hwy.773220
ONTARIO, NY 14519 assigned jb such order was assessed are as fol of the following certificate, the property, and the 2. Gregory Long oWashington County Lost Pet- Male Jack1342
YO R EEY are:hsflewsarChipleyFLFlorida. Deed of record o Lost Pet- Male Jack B&B Furniture 1342
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- CERTIFICATE NO. 259 has filed said certificate for names in which it was as- 3. Mary Carter ownership is recorded in Russel. W e ei North RR Avenue, Chip-
FIED that an action to par- ERFI E 5 Tax Deed to be issued sessed are as follows : Wausau, FL ORB 753, Page 216. brown spots Lst seen ly. We pay cash for
FIED that an action to par- NAME, ADDRESS, YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 thereon. The certificate CERTIFICATE NO. 832 4.Unknown Customer on Mallory Rd. in New clean, quality furniture.
titi real property on the ASSET SHARE OR number and year of iss- YEAR OF ISSUANCEs is Hope. 527-2047. $100 650 2 Ask fr
following described real AMOUNT DESCRIPTION OF PROP- the o A copy of this plat is avail. 850-557-0211 or
dance, the description Of DESCRIPTION OF PROP- The sale is scheduled for ablefor examination at the Reward. 850-415-6866. Ask for

S4 S BEVERLY CATES 00-1170-0010d names in which it was as- 00-4151-014 ions on office of the Caryville Pasco or Carolyn
Lot. 13, Block 267, of SubdiviSunny 442 Pleas Circle sessed are as follows: Lot AM IN WH A ary 26, and February 16, Tencouragd to attend. ,
Hills Unit 2, a subdivision Chipley, FL 3242 The N 1/2 of Lot 2, of a CERTIFICATE NO. 1191 Leisure Lake, a subdivi- 2008, DeFuniak Springs Spanish Trail Caryville Furniture & Mattresses
CERTdiIEaccording to the Plat 2% ubrdivon oot sARda10:00AMBonfayl:00PM Florida, or the Board of1 1170 Low, low, low overhead
thereof, recorded in Plat 25% 42bdivisi Book 18 oe 239 public OFISSUANCE05 ion according the PlatChiple2:00PM Were- Countyld be present at g found 2 Family Movingw, Sale-ow

Plat Book 2, Pages 20-37, Y e 1/2 of the SW 1/4 DESCRIPTION OF PROP- thereof, as recorded rt in serth e The rfollowing vehicancel 1331 South Boulevard, LeeRd in Bonfay Call to prices. P&S Discount Fur-Baby .
of the Public Records of SONYAGRANGER of Section 3ty Township 4 ERTY: Parcel # Plat Book 3, Pages 179 ofbe sale wit Punotice. Suite 209, Chipley, identity items, toys furniture, Chipley. (Since
Washington County, Flor-f 442 Pleas Circle North, Range 13 West ac- 01-004-0007 the Public Records of As published in the Wash- Florid 1a. All interested 331 Deerpath Rd, off Or-
WashiLot 19ngt Blok 33, of SuntyFlor-Chipley, FL 32428 cording to they plat of errell t 7,BlockAr, af SunnyWashingtondeCounty, so n Ave Chipley, FL. of the Washington Countyd 712p.m. Rain or

Hs Unit 1, a subdivision 25% Dekle Land Company i ington County News Janu- memb C a ers of the public aree.
Lot. 13, Block 267,-of Subdivision said SD of according to the Plt NAME IN WHICH AS- ary 26, and February 2, encourage to attend .
Sunny Hills Unit 2, a sub- JEFF LEE Lots 1 .2 bero :or2,r,:. thereof, as record.edsi be
Pat th ereof ,Pre ceaeor iniPageshl9 Mooure&hCo nie2 J oor e o Public Auction heard at said public hear-

ington County, FlRecords lof O County, FL. County, Florida. State of Florida. Unlesson be sold at Public Auction tingent upon approval, a items, toys furniture, misc.
ida;WasnoCnd yF 11 EwaAvAMLORI MONK NAME IN WHICH AS- such certificated shall be at Nichols Auto Repair copy of such resolution 1331 Deerpath Rd, off Or-
Lot 19, Block 33, of Sunny EowaAve NAME IN WHICH AS- SESSED : Moises Arenas redeemed according to and Towing @ 1146 Jack- will be filed in the offices PETS&.A.I' range Hill Hwy, south of
Bonifay, FLL32428 ,SESSED: Roy Lee Ferrell &VictoriaRArenas the law, the property de- son Ave., Chipley, FL. of the Washington County -1- I-10. 7-12p.m. Rain or
Hills Unit 1, a subdivision Shin%.
according to the P dent and other persons aid property y de- d property being ins the scribed shall be sold to 3242, @ :00#1FMRU17L3XLAM on the Clerk's Office and duly reante- 2100- PtsShine.
has been filed against having claims or demandbeing in the county of Washington, the highest bidder at the following dates: corded inthe public re- 2110 -Pets Free to
BoereokPaes NN E es n t l U c h o bords of Washington Good Home Huge Yard Sale-1Lots of
you, and you are re ed against decedents estate the highest bidder at the courthoustate of Flor l on Fe b 021/0 County. Further informa- 2120- Pet Supplies furnitureGoo ds ale; Friday & Sat
Boto serve a copy of your on whom a copy of this courthouse door on ruary 262008 at 10 00 COURT 92 GMC 2DR. PUP Black through Friday 210- i s urday, February ist andes

written defenses, if any, to nice is served within February 26, 2008 at AM WASHINGTON COUNTY V I N 2 2 ond, 2008.
Public Records of Wash- THAT: such certificated shall be redeemed according to AM. u9 Ford Expedition Bur tion is available by calling 2 applies Church St., Vernon.
ington County, Florida. All credit mors of the dece- redeemed according Datedthise property ofJanude- FLORIDA #1GTCS14R3N8523625 DN Connie Anby orderson at (50he 2140MaleShih-tzupuppies 8:00A.M.-5:RM. Lo-

whose address is PtO. of this notice must file Dated this 4 day of Janu- LlNDA HAYES COOK pe rtygers, Deputy 0/708 day of January 2008. Christmas day, ready for (Maple Avenue) Geneva,
Box268 le Flor dent and other persons the aw, the008 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT WARNING 93 Pontiac 4DR White VIN #ValenFMRU17L3XLA1164 415-5093, between the WantedNear Courthouse.

has b32428;eeand filed ariginstal IHIN THE LATER OF COURT THERE ARE UNPAID #1G2WH54T1PF248001 Pursuant to the provisions 850-638-9907 .
withand you are required having claims ordemands scribed shall be old to the highest bidder at the LINDA HAYES COOK hours of :00 am. and Free Golden Retriever, Large Abandoned
you,aagainst decedent's estate the highest bidder at the courthouse door on Feb- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 02/21/08 4:00 p.m., Monday Goods Sale; Friday &Sat-

,sterd Court on or before ouEthouseOoorHEnFFeb CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT naood is S -Doo one baitas Sale Frid and
to serve a copy of your on whom a copy of this courthouse door on ruary 26,2008 at 10:00 COURT 92 GMC 2DR. PUP Black through Friday.

written defenses, if any, to notice is served within February 26, 200 at AM. WASHINGTON COUNTY, V I N 2nd,2008.
it, on EA HOLLEY three months after the 10:00AM Dated this15day of Janu- FLORIDA #1GTCS14R3N8523625 Done by order of the 2 Male Shih-tzu puppies, 8:A.M.-5: 0rM. Lo-
Attorney for Plaintiff, date of the first publication ary200BY J C Rogers, Deputy Town of Caryville this 8th AKC approved. Born cated on the bypass
whose address is nO. of this notice must file Dated this 4 day of Janu- DYY er u y 02/27/08 day of January2008. Christmas day, ready for (Maple Avenue) Geneva,
Box 268, Chipley, Florida, their claims with this Court ary, 2008 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 93 Pontiac 4DR White VIN Valentine's. $500 each. AL. Near Courthouse.
Se lek the. C all WITHIN THE LATER OF COURT THERE ARE UNPAID #1G2WH54T1PF24800 Pursuant to the provisions 850-638-9907
with the Clerk of the above THREE MONTHS AFTER LINDA HAYES COOKFtr Retiring from fleamarket,
t-,,d Court on or before THE ELTE OF THE -FIRT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Free Golden Retrever, baby items, tables and
name is Scooby-Doonechairs, misc cookware,
year old, good with chil- everything must goo
S9:00 m :00 cheap Venders wellcome.
S50-63-9520 CoHwy 79 in Vernon.cOpen
Nr tFri, Sat andyun.

a R eas hYARD SALE 8:00am
Jerseys Steers, 175 2-2-08 Sat. Orange Hill
tComse pounds and up. $150.00 Area off Corbin Rd, Jarous
Am38 5 ahnd up. Call 850-956-5090 Rd and Rooks Circle
lwork in ... .............. ....a.

C&CBookeeinogn la oss&o s For Rent first in Chipley.

mini Warehouses. If you b 5 t

Trim; Crowax Service Open Moldng, Sod For Sale on the farm, don't have the room We 90 am 6:00 po want

workplacemin Reasmodelinab. delive red or installed. Does your child need ex- P ana ma Cit y, FL 32407

Framing, Remode inol delivered or installed. Does your child need ax- ralfla, *C7 ( TT,

Licensed/Insured. Free Centipede and 419 Ber- perienced help with-tutor- iniiiil!u i
Estimates. John McDon- muda. West Florida Turf ing (all ages) or assis- For more information please call: (850) 230-4098
aid (850) 638-2270 ( 8 5 0 ) 6 3 8 4 8 6 0 ; tance with preparing for ET TH CGSM OV /'.G
(850415-0385. Established College SAT/ACT prep- PT/FT, Seasonal and Year Round, Competitive Salaries, w (r IjHE CLG, SS 1 FED |
aaitn rmletin col- e I W = T11ECL SSY S

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lege applications and
Sod Sod Sod Quality you scholarship research. Ref-
y erences available. Please
can depend on. Irrigated, call 850-415-5579
LOCAL CHILD CARE weed & pest controlled.
In home childcare located Centipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine and
in Ponce de Leon. Clean, tine. Delivery and installa- Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
caring, and fun environ- tion available. 8 miles SW guaranteed service on all
ment for your child. For of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Free
more details contact tomer hauling. Call any- estimates. Western Auto,
LeaAnn Byrd at 850- time. Billy and Leola Brock 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
836-4143 or 850-259-1570 (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 fay. 547-3910

Medical Dental Life Insurance, HSA with employer
contribution up to $1200.00, Sick Days, Paid Vacation and Holidays, Safety
Incentive Bonuses, Worldwide Discounted Room Rates, and more!

?-enor PARADIS

(850) 638-0212

(850) 547-9414




* 8 Washington County News Saturday, February 2, 2008

1 3230 1I1 3320 1 4100 ] 4100 11 4100 4100 1 1 4100 ] 6100 6170
Yard Sale Saturday, be- Healthcare Trades Permanent full-time posi- General Executive Office The Park at 2350
side Chavers-Brock Fum- Maphls Tree Farm Art/Entertainment/Media tion available. Currently space for lease on 3BR/1BA $425
ture. King mattresses Nursery & Gift Shop NHC HOMECARE Want An Opportunity looking for a salesperson. Seamstress needed for Brickyard Rd. Great 3BR/2BA $450
sofas, chairs, big desk Spring is just around the Reporter/ Quality Care is Our Busi- with a growing company? Preferably from the North- local apparel store. To ap- location across from 547-3746
and chair and much more.comer and now is the time Photographer ness Want to work hard and be west Florida area. ply, Call 850-638-3541. Chlpley High School.
to plant your fruit trees "SIGN ON BONUS AVAIL- rewarded for it? Reed Energetic, well settled, Applications taken till Feb. 638-7700
Yard Sale: 1056 N Hwy. and landscape plants. We Washington County ABLE" Concrete and Construc- and goal oriented. Sales 7,2008. www.chipleyofficefor "
79, Esto. Monday & Tues- have apples, pears, News & Holmes County FULL TIME PHYSICAL tion, Inc., in Bonifay would experience helpful but not leasecorn
day, 9-4pm. Truck topper, peaches, plums, nectar- Times-Advertiser, a divi- THERAPIST & PTA like to talk with you. a must. Excellent Educational e ao c
ror, computer monitor, berries, etc. Our citrus sion of Florida Freedom 850-547-5767 commissions and full Executive Office Space
ror, computer moni trees include satsumas, Newspapers, is seeking Are you looking for a great insurance benefits Tri-County Community for rent downtown Chip-
misc. trmeyers lemons, ruby red a general assignment work environment with op- available. No phone calls. Council, Inc., is ac- ley. 638-1918
Yard Sale; Friday 9-until grapefruit, hamilin anuby red reporter/photographer portunity for flexibility? Educational Apply in person at the new cepting applications for
and Saturday, 7-until, graperued Orhamilinges hn- Excellent company NHC HOMECARE of Jones-Baird Chevrolet 701 Center Assistant for the TT ab k REAl ESTATE FOR SALE
3282 Triple Lane 7 Blood Red Oranges, hon- benefits. company CHIPLEY has an immedi- Teacher Assistant. E. Magnolia Ave, in Ge- Head Start Program in .L. I--
82 Trml ne 79 eybell tangelos, sweet and benefs. ate opening for FULL Tri-County Community neva, AL., ask for Randall DeFuniak Springs. 6110 7100 Homes
north. 7.5 miles from sour kumquats, limes and TIME PHYSICAL THERA- Council Inc. is accept- Lee. 7110- Beach Home/
177-A and 79 Intersection. alemondin. Our land- Send resume to: Editor, ST & PTA to care for our ng applications for the Responsibility: Primary 2 Bedroom apartments Property
scape plants are too nu- Washington County homebound patients in Head Start Program. The Learning Place, we responsibility is tomary for rent. 850-547-0956 7120 Commercial
merous to list, but we News the Holmes/Washington Great Benefits. are accepting applications maintain a clean center. New studio apartments 7140 Farms & Ranches
have everything from or- 1364 N. Railroad Ave. t Coumeashmngtonn ca ertuBenefits.
3270 have everyntalhingrasses to 32428 County Area. /resumes now. You can Assist teacher in all ac- for rent include water, 7150 Lots and Acreage
HOME CARE EXPERI- Responsibility: Assist apply if you have these tivities as needed. sewer, garbage pickup 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
Ladies Nice Plus Size maples, birch and cleve- ail tENCE PREFERRED Teacher in all areas of qualifications CDA Direc- and electricity. Backyard is 7170 Waterfront
clothing, 3 & 4X. Most land pears. Come see us Or email to:*eNCePreFErRedw t eachrinalaresgofsquaificti al Dirc-
never worng, 3 & 4X. MoDresses, at 814 Rattlebox Rd -3 mi- afelsberg@ mileage reimbursed with classroom as desig- tors Credential, 40 clock Minimum Qualifications: available to BBQ with fam- 7180- Investment
neveskirts, pants, tops, swes, at- le south on Orange Hill chipleypapercorn positions. Interested par- nated. hours. Jobs are available High School (GED); 1-3 ily and friends. Call Property
skirts, pants, tops, sweat- les south on Orange Hill chipleypaper.corn ties may fax resume to: now. Please contact months related experi- 850-547-3530 and 7190 Out-of-Town
ers. Also two new leather Rd, Chipley, FL. Watch for 850-638-1635, Attn: Me- Minimum Qualifications: Tammy Ayers @ once or training. 850-547-5244 Real Estate
Jackets. 773-5777. our signs. 850-638-8243 No phonFre Workplace.alls lissa Finch, Administrator, High School (GED); 3-6 850-638-7692 or apply at 7200 Timeshare
maphor visit us on the web at Drug Free Workplace. or May apply in person at months related experi- @ The Learning Place Must have Current Townhouse Apt for rent-
maphistreefarm.com All EOE NHC HomeCare, 1413 erice or training. 1331 Coleman Ave, Chip- driver's license and 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley.
Christmas items 20% off Hwy 90, Chipley, FL ley, FL 32428 proper vehicle insur- $595/mth. 638-1918. = -
1 3300 Don't Forget Us Valentines Avon Representa- 32428 Must have current Other ance coverage. Must ByOw- 71 OO
1999 EZ-GO golf-cart, Day! tives needed in Boni- driver's license and er comply with health and BR/wner 2.0 Sacre
very good condition. fay, Chipley, proper vehicle insur- Mystery Shoppers, get background screening. 6140 feet Large home, Sduble
$1,700.535-4121 Graceville, Wausau, Christian Ministry for ad- ance coverage. Must 6 1 40 1eet, Large home, double
Rolled Argentina Baha Vernon, Caryville, olescent boys, is in need cmply th heth and establishments need un-an
850-638-7469, 638-1280. .about mini-kit. for approximately 100 For additional informa- quality customer service. ministrative Manager, at Call 850-638-9127.depos r 547-2408
or 850-832-2937 85 0 54 7 640. people, must have strong Earn up to $150. a day. ministrative Manager, at Call 850-638-91275
or 850-832-29370 tkins SR leadership skills. Part tin and qualifications Call (888)5231013day (850) 547-3689. 2Bedroom bath home Home
Wanted to Rent- Farm time, Friday-Sunday. Inistrative A locations be for rent. LR, DR, kitchen forSale-3BR/2BA,
land in Graceville, Chip- 2 Positions open at experience. Call (850) 547-3689. Wanted: We are ac- obtained from any and enclosed rear porch, 1,564 SF. Sits on 1
ley, Bonifay area. Or POY2 Positions p at experience. Call cepting applications for Tri-C Com carport. $500. per month. acre. 638-1647.
pasture land for cows. nkiw%-. IHolmes Creek ALF in Ver- 850-547-9011 Applications may be entry level positions Coun offce and 1 month security and ref- C. -
Call anytime, 4100 Help Wanted non. Must be dependable. bid working with youth. If Council offices and 1mntsaNew Construction 10
850-718-1859 or 4130 Employment Duties include supervising obtained. from anysubmittedibylFebr8 new homes starting at
535-4602. Information medication, washing, T-County CPostonmmunity vated and would like to 04, 2008 at 4:30 p.m. For Rent- 2BR house; $119,900. 258-5941.
cooking, cleaning and Part Time Position for lo- Council offices and help troubled youth, we successful applicant One, 3BR trailer; one 2BR
Other daily living require- cal office. Must have submitted by February are the pSace for you. esful eicant traier4,
HELPd trSat- strong computer 11, at 4:30 p.m. athlaWill be subject to
udy3am to 11am. Sun- knowledge with experi- Vacation & holiday pay, pro-employment drug For Rent 3BR/1BA, 7150
3320 1 1 4100urday ence in quickbooks, ac- Successful applicant nsuranctest. CH&A. 1181 1stAve. $595
Leola Brock Nurseries Horizon Health Care, hir- nite, 7pm thru 3a, $800 counts payable and pay- will e oysubje ct to clouded. Applicants must EQUAL OPPORTUNITY accepted. 638-1918 ClHUD eared 936 Joiner
LLC Plants, trees and g for customer service hour with 25 cents raise roll. General office skills pr-employmentt drug be able to pass back- Road. $55,000.
shrubs. Landscape de- and third party billing after 30 days.Oneweek lo ies and EMPLOYER AND For Rent; I BR/BA 638-3959.
sign, landscape contract- Organization, people skills paid vacation and after into a full timepos ition. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY drug screening. IfFR WORKP A E hous Bo y,
ing, irrigation systems. and phone skills required one year and paid sick want to ni dffe REE WORKPLACE. 2BR/1 BA mobile home in FOR SALE BY OWNER
1788 White Road, Bonifay, Call us at 850-638-4719 or days available. No Send sume to D ND SM D ence in y g mans Bonifay. No pets, Deposit *Homesites near Shell
FL 326-14250 ( -Washington 1202;applcomeinand complete an260-1expeence necessary. Bonifay, FL 32425 FREE WORKPLACEND life, plea all. Becky General required. 547-5007 Landing, $22,900 each,
n (850)638-1202 co 260-1871 @ 850-5-524. c ount For Rent-3BR/2BA house owner financing
r Farm Service Agency is in Chipley. 638-1918 or *4.51 acres W/F Home-
ANNOUNCEMENTS FINANCIAL AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high advertising for a Field 638-4478. sites in Crystal Village,
paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA plications will be taken Publisher's n ancing owner f
GET COVERED....Run your ad First Time Home Buyer Programs, approved program. Financial aid if qualified from January 25, 2008 Notice
STATEWIDE! You can run your classified Conventional, VA and FHA programs up to Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation thru close of business *Porter Properties of
ad in over 100 Florida newspapers for 100% financing for qualified home buyers. Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387. February 7, 2008. This All real estate advertising in America Inc. P.O. Box
100% financing for qualified home buyers position will be a Tern- this newspaper is subject to 1155 Chipley, Fl 32428 or
$475. Call this newspaper or (866)742- For more details, contact Brian or Chele porary Intermittent not the Fair Housing Act which call 850-849-2637.
1373 for more details or visit: www.florida- Hicks (888)263-8891. Bank of America is ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home. to exceed 6 months. makes it illegal to advertise
classifieds.com. an Equal Housing Lender. Medical, business, paralegal, computers, Salary will range from discriminatone, basedtion or leMP Enterprisnance5 acres
criminal justice. Job placement assistance. $12.70 to $18.47 per race, color, religion, sex, or more for houses only,
APARTMENTFORRENT FLORIDA REAL ESTATE Financial aid and computer provided if qualifications. This p o- national origin, or an inten- wooded & pasture. 3 mi-
qualified. Call (866)858-2121, www.Onlin sition is for afield tech- tion, to make any such pref- les South of Chipley.
$421/Mo! 4BR/2BA -HUD Home! (5%' Auction Date: February 9th, 10AM 2903 eTidewaterTech.com. nician able to carry out erence, limitation ostdis- Highway ,77,Gainer Rd.,
field work related to criminationd Familial status Houston Rd.,CBeadie Rd.,
down 20 years @ 8% apr) More Homes W. Trilby Ave., Tampa, FL 33611 Great Farm Service Agency includes children under the Duncan Community Rd.,
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AUCTIONS (239)292-1119 Sold at Publix, Hardware Stores. measuring stored com- under18. cash. Low down payment
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HELPmoditls, and verifyingc This newspaper will not Call Milton Peel for infor-
HELP WANTED producer compliance knowingly accept any adver- Caton Poolfor-nfor
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Healthcare Small 2BR House par- FURNITURE & APPLI-
tially furnished with ANCES STAY. $18,000
on Campbellton-Graceville Washer and Dryer. $400 a CALL 850-547-4205 AF-
er Hospital a Critical Ac- month and $350 security TER 5:30PM
de cess Hospital located in deposit. Smoke free envi- -
S the Panhandle of Flor- ronment. No pets. /. ,
sit ida is seeking qualified Call 850-638-1272.
persons for the follow-
ing positions:
M Nurse Practitioner
C fulltime position availa-
le ble, applicants must 2BR/1BA Mobile Home in :Iso : a
id have current Florida Bonifay, $435 month, no AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
e, ARNP License and pets, lease and references -.,,RECREATIONAL.,
e' Emergency Room required, water and sew- 8100 Antique & Collectibles
ig background., age included. 638-2999 8110 Cars
le 2/8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
hi LPN's-fulitime and PRN 2BR/1BA Mobile Home 8130 Trucks
hi LPNs-fultime and PRN New crpet, CH/A, car- 8140-Vans
ed positions available, port, two de ks, no pets. 8150 Commercial
must have current Flor- 850-638-7009 8160 Motorcycles
ida Nursing License. 8170 Auto Partis
Premium pay offered 3BR/2BA, CH/A, in the & Accessories
ou for these positions, country. $550.00 per 8210 Boats
uir month. NO PETS. Leave 8220 Personal Watercraft
RN's to work in the message, 638-7130. 8230 Sailboats
of Emergency Department Rent 2BR/1BA on 8240 Boat & Marine
a. and on patient floor. ForRent 2BR/1BA n Supplies
y Must have a current Mattox Springs Rd in Pate 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
Y M ust have a current Pond 850-535-2657 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
Florida Nursing ,Li- B8330 Campers & Trailers
cense, and be ACLS For Rent, mobile home 8340 Motorhomes
.and PALS certified. 2BR/1BA located City of
W/ Fulitime positions avail- Bonifay, $300.00 a month
gs able. plus deposit. No pets.
ly Leave a message 8S 110 -]
ly Plysical Therapy 850-547-2043 1998 Ford F250,
" snts Fr Rent: 1BR/1BA mo- Automatic, electric
tio'ns available, needs For Rent: 1BR/1BA mo-or lc
tohave current Florida bile home in Bonifay. windows/door locks,
have current Florida $400.00 month bed-liner, good tires. Runs
inse. 850-849-1684 good, looks good. White
I with brown interior. Priced
We offer competitive in Bonifay, quiet mobile below book. $5,000 FIRM.
wages and a benefit home park space $175.00 (850) 209-5241.
m package that includes & 2BR/1bath mobile
0. BC/BS Health Ins., Den- homes for rent. $400.00
0. tal Ins., Life Ins., Retire- month each.
Z" ment Plan and more. 850-547-4234 or 8120
,R Apply or inquire to 850-699-359999suu Amigo, 99K,
Campbellton-Graceville 99 Isuz Amigo, 99
Hospital, 5429 Collage Mobile Home for Rent- V6-AT. $4500.00 OBO.
Drive, Graceville Fl. 2BR/2BA. Water, sewer & 547-3484, after 6:30,
32440. (850)263-4431 lawn maintance furnished, weekend.
ext. 2080. Email resume Access to Blue Springs.
28 t o No pets, smoke free envi- -
8/ jaustin@panhandle.rr.com ronment. $495 a month,
5 or fax to $450 deposit. 8 130
5 (850)263-3312 or Attn: 850-482-5274. 85 Ford F-150, 302, AT.
Personnel Director. Mobile Home for rent $1600 OBO. 5457-3484 af-
Drug Free workplace, 2BR/2BA. On Pioneer Rd ter 6:30, weekends.
EOE. 4 miles East of Vernon. 2002 Chevy Avalanche,
850-638-7315 or 119,903 miles, sealed bid
S'.850-527-4467. vehicle, pick up bid form
SMobile Homes for from Community South
Mobile Homes for rent inCredit Union, 1044 Hwy
.Cottondale on Sapp Road, 90 East, Chipley, bid clos-
8 miles east of Chipley. ing date: Feb 11, 2008.
3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA
available. Total electric. For Sale 2006 Ford F 150
A * .S t (850)258-4868; 209-8847 XLT V8, loaded, 12,300
REAL ESTATEDA FORREN www.charloscountryliv- miles. Phone
ing.com 850-547-3807 If not
available leave message
6100 Business/ Mobile homes for rent,
Commercial furnished and unfur-
6110 Apartments fni B/an unouE
6120 Beach Rentals nished. 2BR/1 BA, no pets.
8130- Condo/Townhouse 4173 Douglas Ferry Rd.
6140 House Rentals 547-4606 For Sale: 2006 Suzuki
610 Rooms forRent Trailer For Rent, small GSX R600, 3,190 miles,
86170 Moblie Home/Lot 2BR/1BA, W/D, nice con- blue & white w/helmet.
6180 -Out-of-Town Rentals edition. Vernon. $350 a Asking $6,900. Call Steve
6190 -Timeshare Rentals month. Call Ron @ 850-547-3378 Cell
6200 Vacation Rentals 535-9650. 850-258-0778

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