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blocked again
Washington County B card
of County Commissioners
voted down an attempt to
'revisit' the proposed limited
access toll road project
Toll Road, Page 2

Classroom skills
handy at crime
Florida State University
Panama City Alumna Melissa
Riley Adams (left) has been a
crime scene investigator with
the Washington County Sher-
iff's Department for the past
three years.
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Pipeline draws controversy

Managing Editor
CHIPLEY Nan Thompson
of Red Deer Road starkly laid out
her case against the expansion of a
major natural gas pipeline through
her property: "I'm afraid I'll be
forced to give up my land to a pri-
vate company that stands to make
Thompson made her case at the
regular monthly meeting of the
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners Thursday
The subject of Thompson's con-
cern is a major expansion of natu-
ral gas transmission capabilities
for Florida Gas Transmission Co.,
LLC, including running new
pipeline, building a new compres-

sor unit and upgrading two other
compressor units in Washington
County. New pipe would be laid
south of company's current lines
and an already abandoned line
would be removed.
The Washington County seg-
ment is part of a massive expan-
sion project designed to add 568.
miles of pipeline in Alabama, Mis-
sissippi and Florida with approxi-
mately 439 miles built parallel to
existing pipelines.
Thompson and her family own
property north and south of the
existing pipeline. She first received
word that the natural gas line
would be expanded in a letter from
Florida Gas in December 2007
asking for permission to survey her
See PIPELINE, page 2

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Expansion of a natural gas pipeline was subject of discussion
at Thursday's meeting of the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners.

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Executive officers and members of the board are: front, from left, Mary Ann Pelletier, secretary;
Carole Richards, treasurer; Dorothy Clarke, board; Elaine Engram, board; Belinda Grantham.
president; Back, same order, are Bret Littlefield, board; Ed Wood, vice president; Paul Smith,
Vonceil Coggins, board; Helen Chambers, board, and Linda Marinaccio, executive director.,

Volunteers, tutors and students honored

Staff Writer
The annual awards day ban-
quet for Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County (LVWC) was
held June 17 at Blue Lake Com-
munity Center in Chipley. The
occasion honored students, tutors
and volunteers who have worked
hard during the past year.
Certificates of appreciation
were presented to those who had
reached completion points and
their goals.
LVWC provides adult learners
with one-on-one instruction in
reading, math, writing and Pre-
Reading camps, held each sum-
mer under the direction of Wash-
ington County Public Library in
Chipley, take place at the satellite

Donna Dykes / Staff writer
Helen Chambers (center) is an LVWC board member and
Volunteer of the Year at the Caryville Learning Center.
centers in Caryville, Country LVWC Executive Director Linda
Oaks, Greenhead and Vernon. Marinaccio.
"We hope to establish learning "We have a wonderful group of
centers in the near future in Ebro,
Sunny Hills and Wausau," said See VOLUNTEERS, page 2



County Chamber
supports Junior
for schools
Managing Editor
CHIPLEY Washington
County students will soon have the
opportunity to take Junior
Achievement classes, and the
Washington County Chamber of
Commerce is fully supporting the
program. Chamber members
received an update at the regular
Third Thursday breakfast meeting
Junior Achievement of North-
west Florida has expanded to'
County, with job
S preparedness
classes, to be
offered to tenth
grade students
-this fall, Several
local business
people have vol-
R nteered to
Leanne Todd teach classes and
is the JANWF more volunteers
regional' said at the meet-'
director. ing that they
were ready to go.
Washington County School Board
has already announced their sup-
port for the progrin.m
JANWF Regional Director
Leanne Todd was on hand to
describe the programs offered by
JA, and was joined by board mem-
bers Darrin Wall and Nicole Bare-
field. Todd said the program has
been serving Gulf and Bay coun-
ties, where over 1,200 stuqlents
took 68 JA classes last school year.
She urged the business community
to support JA.
"We need your commitment to
expand the program," Thdd said.'
She said that when business
people teach classes they provide
students with "hands-on" practical
experience that brings the lessons
to real life. A businessperson
See CHAMBER, page 2

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Toll road goes down for second count

Attempt to 'revisit' road issue rejected by Washington County commissioners

Managing Editor

CHIPLEY Washington
County Board of County Commis-
sioners voted down an attempt to
"revisit" the proposed limited
access toll road project Thursday.
The Board defeated the effort by a
3-2 margin, with Commissioner
Jerry Sapp and Chairman Joel
Pate voting to revisit, and Commis-
sioners Donnie Ray Strickland,
Eddie Holman and Ronnie Finch
voting no.
Sapp called the original vote on

June not to support the ioad "a
hasty decision." Sapp said he
believed the matter needs more
research and consideration. There
are reports that supporters of the
project are looking at Jackson
County, and a citizens' group has
organized an information meeting
at the Cottondale Civic Center
Tuesday night at 7 p.m.
Sapp called the toll road,
designed to be a faster, more direct
connection between Lower
Alabama and the new interna-
tional airport at West Bay, "a once
in a lifetime issue." He and Pate
said the project would include land

for industrial development, and
Sapp noted that fuel tax revenue
generated by the road would go a
long way to alleviating the shortage
of road-maintenance fundA avail-
able due to recent tax cuts.
Sapp also argued against the
fear of some residents that the lim-
ited access road would mean that
beachgoers would not stop in
Washington County. He argued
that if the road went to another
county "75 percent of those who
travel to the beach would take the
toll road without ever seeing
Washington County at all."
Sapp is up for reelection and

said that he would rather see a
project approved that benefits the
county than to be reelected.
Pate also argued that the road
would benefit the county: He said
that there was not going to be a
vote on a resolution June 9 and
that negotiations were underway
to add features to the project that
would be to the county's advan-
tage. The chairman was critical
that the Board only heard three of
21 people signed up to speak at the
meeting and that the Board "was
railroaded" into making a vote.
"They're over there trying to
work with Jackson County right

now," Pate said. "I' just don't get
Pate also blasted rumors that he
was "on the take," saying that, "I
deeply resent that."
Finch said he also regretted that
few'people got to speak on June 9,
but that he still opposed moving
on. "I'm not completely against it,
but I'm certainly against it the way
it was presented," Finch said.
"They should have come here
six months ago and' stated making
their case. They have a $2 billion
road and you don't have any say in
it and they want eminent domain

Continued from page 1

Another letter followed in
January and there was an
open house in Chipley in
April that Thompson said
provided few details. "They
were as vague as possible,"
she said. She also said very
few details have been
released to county officials.
Thompson said in May
that neighbors told her that
people were climbing over
her fence. She found out
they were an archeological
survey team from Louisiana.
"I chased them off," she
said, and called the Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Office.
Thompson said that
another disquieting bit of
information was that instead
of adding a gas line on the
north side of the existing
line, as stated at the April
open house, that instead the
new lines would be added to
the south. Due to develop-
ment of that part of her
property, Thompson said
giving up land in the south
"is non-negotiable."
Thompson and, several
other citizens, as well as
BOCC Chairman Joel Pate
and County Administrator
Pete Herbert, were on hand
at another public hearing in
Crestview on June 2. She
said that more vague infor-
mation was provided, and
that other areas apparently
received more information
than Washington County.
One of Thonipson's
major concerns stems from
provisions in state law allow-
ing the exercise of eminent
domain. Under statute
361.05 a project certified
under the Federal Natural
Gas Act has right of eminent
domain, and Thompson is
afraid it would be exercised.
The pipeline expansion is
not yet federally certified,
"and now is the time to act,"
Thompson said.
At her request the BOCC
approved forming a citizens
committee to gather infor-
mation on safety and future
actions regarding the
pipeline, keep the public and
the BOCC informed, and to
fight use of eminent domain.
For information, call
Thompson at 638-9357.
A complete map of the
project is available at

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Hanna Jo Welzel was honored for administrative
service at Washington-Holmes Technical Center.

Paul Smith was honored with the Essential
Piece, trophy. He has been with LVWC since

Perfect Attendance for the year.

Continued from page 1

adult learners who strive hard to reach
their academic goals-every day," Marinac-
cio added. "We appreciate our board of
directors for team effort as we work
together to reduce illiteracy in Washington.
The group currently has 15 tutors and
150-175 students and families. Belinda
Grantham is president of LVWC. Ed
Wood is vice president; Mary Ann Pel-
letier, secretary, and Carole Richards,
Members of the board are Helen Chatn-
bers, Dorothy Clarke, Vonceil Coggin,
Elaine Engram, Blanche Phillips. Mary
Broxton and Bret Littlefield.
Honors presented include Stevie Russ,
Most Improved Student. Gloria Tetro,

Mary Ann Pelletier, center, of Country Oaks is LVWC's Tutor of the Year.

More photos from
the Literacy
Volunteers banquet

honored for perseverance; Rose Marie
Maxwell, best essay; Scott McCammack,
outstanding volunteer and service to
WHTC; Marshall Hippler, perfect atten-
dance; Christal Brock, certificate of excel-
lence; Bret Littlefield, Carole Richards
and Ed Wood. board membership.
Mary Ann Pelitier is Tutor of the year;
Mary Ann Spear, Student of the Year;
and Helen Chambers, Volunteer of the
Monica Baxley, Volunteer of the Year;
Michelle Touisant, Most Improved; and
Mary Wheeler, Student of the Year, all
of Country Oaks, were unable to be

Linda Marinaccio, left, presents the Best essay
award to Rose Marie Maxwell.

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Executive Director Ted Everett presents Yard of the
Month to Jimmy and Bessie Russ of 745 Orange

Continued from page 1

teaching a class on ethics can offer real-
life experience in applying ethics to
business. A businessperson teaching a
class about going on a first job inter-
view could talk about their first inter-
"The success of Junior Achievement
rests solely with the people in this
room," said JANWF board member
Ron Wolff. He noted that students who
go through JA are better motivated,
more likely to stay in high school and
more likely to go to college and suc-
ceed. Wolff read an award-winning
essay by 10th-grade JA student Cody
Farrell of Mosley High School that
provided one student's opinion about
how he improved by taking JA classes.
Farrell said he "came out of his
shell" and became more, team ori-
ente'd. He said he became more

The classes are seven
weeks long and cost about
$500 a class for training
and materials. Any
contributions made for
Washington County stay in
Washington County,
Darrin Wall said.

responsible and once he learned about
business principles, he opened a sea-
sonal shaved ice business on the beach.
He improved his leadership skills and
serves as class president.
'A leader leads but makes others
want to be involved as well," Farrell
High school level JA programs avail-
able include:
JA Company Program 'is an in-
school or after-school curriculum that
focuses on analyzing and exploring
personal opportunities and responsibil-
ities within a company.
JA Economics is a one-semester

course that examines the fundamental,
concepts of micro-, macro-, and inter-
national economics.
JA'Success Skills develops stu-
dents' interpersonal effectiveness and
problem-solving strategies necessary
for the workplace.
JA TITAN School Edition intro-
duces critical economic and manage-
ment decisions through an interactive
Web-based simulation.
JA Personal Finance is a web-
based curriculum that helps students
relate to the real world by showing
them how to make informed decisions
about the effective use of income to
reach personal financial goals.
The classes are seven weeks long
and cost about $500 a class for training
and materials.
Any contributions made for Wash-
ington County stay in Washington
County, Wall said.
For information about volunteering
to work for Junior Achievement or
making a donation, call the Chamber
office at 638-4157.
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President Belinda Grantham honors Marshall Hippler for having

Washington County News Saturday, June 21, 2008 4

Classroom skills handy at crime scene Sheriff

Florida State University
Panama City

Florida State University
Panama City Alumna
Melissa Riley Adams ('05)
has been a crime scene
investigator with the Wash-
ington County Sheriff's
Department for the past
three years.
"The Florida Department
of Law Enforcement han-
dled cases before I got there
or the deputies did the work
themselves," she said. "Most
people in the sheriff's
department welcomed me
because it saved them time
and work. Immediately they
could go and start interview-
ing instead of worrying
about evidence and clean
Investigating a crime
scene can be tedious, involv-
ing dusting for fingerprints,
measuring and photogra-
phy. Adams estimated she
could be at a scene any-
where from two hours for a
burglary to four days for a
homicide. The time it takes
depends on how much evi-
dence there is and the seri-
ousness of the crime.
For Adams, the most
rewarding part of the job
occurs when she is able to
find the one piece of evi-
dence that links everything
together. She recalled one
case where a knife was
involved. Officers quickly
found two knives near the
body but were not able to
connect them to the situa-
tion. After searching the
house, they located a third
knife in the kitchen that was
believed to be the weapon
used in the crime.
Adams believes it is
important for a criminal
investigator to remain unbi-
ased. She feels that he or she
should examine the evi-
dence from all possible

Erin Ciszczon / F
Florida State University Panama City Alumna Melissa Riley Adams (center) has been a crime scene inve
with the Washington County Sheriff's Department for the past three years.

angles and perspectives,
determining what it proves
and not trying to have it
prove something that it does
Not all crimes that Adams
becomes involved with are
homicides. She also helps in
a variety of cases including
suicide and drug overdoses.
She is on call 24 hours a day,
seven days a week. The job
can keep her extremely
busy, like last summer when
there were nine drowning
instances, but there are also
less stressful periods of time.
Even during those slow
times, there is still plenty of
paperwork that needs to be
completed. Every piece of
evidence has to be logged
and accounted for properly.
Adams responsibilities go
beyond crime scene investi-
gation and evidence. She is
also the leader of the Wash-

ington County Sheriff's
Department's dive team.
She was prepared for this
line of work, because in
addition to a bachelor's
degree in criminology, she
earned a certification in
underwater crime scene
investigation from FSU PC.
Being part of the UCSI pro-
gram gave her another view
of criminology.
"If you know how to han-
dle underwater investiga-
tions, then you know you
can handle evidence on
land," she said.
There was a time in
Adams' life when she had
made the 'decision to get her
bachelor's degree, but was
unsure what degree to pur-
sue. A friend recommended
she look into a program at
FSU PC that was receiving
positive attention. After
talking with faculty, in less

than an hour, she decided to
enter the College of Crimi-
nology. It was something
new and interesting to her,
and she has never regretted
"It absolutely changed my
life," Adams said. "It was
definitely the path I needed
to take." Adams enrolled at
FSU PC in the summer of
2003 and finished her
degree in May 2005.
In the UCSI classes the
importance of safety was
stressed, and everyone
depended on each other.
Adams continues to
maintain a professional rela-
tionship with FSU PC
instructors Tom Kelley,
Ph.D., and Dale Nute, Ph.D.
She has sought their advice
on occasion when she
needed to overcome' an
obstacle or resolve a situa-
tion at her job. She said they

are always willing
Adams continue
a desire to learn.
on getting more
her job and hope
master's degree ii
ogy in the future.
rently teaching
Coast Communii
and is on the regi
of the Florida E
International A
for Identification
finds time to ba
professional and
life. She has threi
Tristan, 12, Shan
Sydni, 17.
"There is always
do," she said. "Ev
there never see
enough time, yoi
best and do what

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forum set

for July 17

Substance abuse, whether
it is tobacco, alcohol, or
drugs, is a devastating prob-
lem facing our youth.
Under-aged drinking is a sig-
nificant concern to the Pan-
handle Drug & Alcohol
Abuse Prevention Coalition,
PANDAAP is sponsoring
Sheriff Candidates' Forums
to determine the views of the
candidates running for the
office of Sheriff in Jackson,
Washington, and other
counties in this region.
A Sheriff Candidates'
Forum will be held for
Washington County resi-
dents on Thursday, July 17,
beginning at 6 p.m. at the
Agricultural Center on US
90, Chipley. Any requested
SU-PC Torch questions to pose to Wash-
'stigator ington County Sheriff candi-
dates need to be sent to;
to help. PANDAAP at 4349
ies to have Lafayette Street, Marianna,
She plans FL 32446, no later than July
training in 11.
s to earn a PANDAAP is a group of
n criminol- local agencies and citizens
She is cur- organized for the primary
at Gulf purpose of determining local
ty College alcohol, tobacco, and other
onal board drug problems among our
divisionn of youth; developing programs
association to prevent substance abuse;
. She also and strengthening collabora-
ilance her tive efforts among agencies
personal and the local citizenry. PAN-
e children, DAAP is one of the seg-
e, 19, and ments of health promotion
and disease prevention
ys more to developed by the Panhandle
'en though Area Health Network, Inc.
ms to be Mark your calendar for
u try your July 17 to hear the views of
you can." the candidates running for
sheriff of Washington
mission of County. For more informa-
City Torch tion please call 850-482-7671
or 850-526-2861.

Root Canal
Endodontics, the tech-
nical name for the proce-
dure commonly known
as a root canal, becomes
necessary when a tooth
is infected. A tooth is
made up of three basic
parts. The enamel cov-
ers the outside or crown
of the tooth. The hardest
substance to occur in the
human body, the enam-
el protects the tooth
and provides strength
for chewing. The layer
called dentin, which is
softer than enamel but
still quite hard, lies with-
in the enamel. The cen-
ter, or core, of the tooth
is made up of a com-
plex, loose connective
tissue called the pulp.
Within this connective
tissue core are the blood
vessels, lymphatics, and
nerves, which supply
nourishment and sensa-
tion to the tooth.
When the pulp is dam-
aged or invaded by bac-
teria, the limited blood
supply coming through
the tip of the tooth root
does not supply enough
white blood cells to fight
the infection and the
pulp dies. A dead pulp
soon disintegrates and
becomes food for the
invading bacteria and
the space becomes filled
with suppuration, a po-
lite and scientific way of
saying "pus". The waste
products of these bac-

trial populations are
gases and liquids, which
cause the pressure and
pain of a toothache.
Endodontics are sim-
ply a way to remove the
infection and what is left
in the pulp space with-
out removing the en-
tire tooth with it. After
opening the tooth into
the pulp space, mechan-
ical instruments, and an-
tibiotic medicaments are
used to clean the inside
of the tooth all the way
to the tip of the root and
a filling material, usually
gutta percha, is used to
seal the canals so that
bacteria can not re-en-
ter the tooth.
What caused the pulp
to die? In one word, trau-
ma. That trauma can be
in the form of a physi-
cal blow to the tooth,
but more frequently it
is in a form of caries (or
decay) that is allowed to
advance near or into the
pulp chamber itself.
"Is this going to
hurt?" This is another
frequently asked ques-
tion. Most of the hor-

Larry J. Cook, DMD

ror stories related to
endodontic therapy are
hold-overs from a time
when antibiotics .were
not used as liberally as
they are today. With
proper anesthesia and an
adequate antibiotic regi-
men prior to treatment,
almost all root canals
can be performed com-
pletely without pain.
There was a time
when a dental infec-
tion involving a tooth
invariably meant the
loss of that tooth. With
endodontic therapy and
the appropriate restor-
ative procedures to sup-
port the tooth thereafter,
many times the tooth
can continue to be used
and enjoyed for life.



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
* 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
* Women who smoke prior to pregnancy are about twice as likely
to experience a delay in conception and have approximately
30% higher odds of being infertile
* Pregnant women who smoke have a 30% higher chance of de-
livering pre-term and delivering a low birth weight baby
* Secondhand smoke is defined by the American Lung Association
as a mixture of smoke from a burning cigarette, pipe or cigar
plus the smoke exhaled from the lungs of the smoker
* There is no amount of risk free exposure to secondhand smoke.
* 20 minutes of exposure to secondhand smoke each day is
equivalent to smoking one pack of cigarettes per day.
* Secondhand smoke causes between 1,900-2,700 cases of SIDS
each year.
* SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) this is the sudden death of
an infant under the age of 1 year, the death remain unexplained
after thorough investigation

For more information please contact the Washington County
Health Department's Tobacco Prevention Specialist: Kara Green
850638.6240 x138


4307 Third Avenue
Marianna, FL 32446
(850) 526-4220


4 9 Saturday, June 21, 2008 Washington County News

County Board gets report on road work

Budget cuts mean 1
Managing Editor

CHIPLEY County Engi-
neer Cliff Knauer of Preble Rish
presented his regular report on
the state of the county's road
The report was delivered at
the regular meeting of the Wash-
ington County Board of County
Knauer told the Board that a
steep vertical curve Falling Waters
Road is a possible safety hazard.
One solution would be placing
flashing solar-powered lights on
approaches to that section of road.
The lights have gone down in price
and go for $2,100 to $3,000 apiece.
There may be funding available
from the bike path part of the
Falling Waters project to buy the
The bike path project is com-
ing along well, Knauer said. The
Board acted on Kauer's request
to lower the speed limit to 45
mph for better safety for bikers

ess for resurfacing
and pedestrians.
Seeding and mulching are
almost done on Corbin Road, and
Knauer said the County is in bad
need of a new sod field.
The County has saved about
$140,000 on various projects by
using its own sod and having
inmates put it in place.
The Board approved Knauer's
recommendation to advertise for
site prep for the new Emergency
Operations Center in Wausau,
with bids to be opened on July 10.
The Board will apply for a $700-
800,000 grant to fund additional
site work, a 250kw generator and
transfer switches, $75,000 for new
computers and supplemental
building costs.
Knauer also reported on the
ongoing cleanup at the old county
burn pit on Firetower Road. The
water management district
requires a stormwater permit for
the pit in addition to permits from
the Department of Environmental
The Board authorized Chair-
man Joel Pate to sign the request.



Jay Felsberg / Managing Editor
Cliff Knauer delivers the road report to the Board of County Commissioners Thursday.

Budget getting tighter
A request by residents of Long
Lake Road and Greenhead Road
for maintenance help or even
resurfacing led to a discussion of
the County budget, which looks
like it will be much leaner for the
next fiscal year.
'"After the budget meeting this
morning we don't know when we

can pave again," said Commis-
sioner Ronnie Finch. "Even if we
get grants we can't provide the
Pate agreed. "We lost $2 mil-
lion out of the budget and it
doesn't look any better this
year," he said.
"We've got 780 miles of dirt
roads," said Commissioner
Eddie Holman. "Everybody

wanted lower taxes, and you're
getting lower taxes, but now we
have to cut.
"You've got to have money to
make things happen and right
now we don't have money." Hol-
man noted that the Board was
limited to 7.66 mills of property
tax by the state last year, and
there is no idea yet what millage
can be charged next fiscal year.

Board works on budget

Staff Writer

CHIPLEY Roger Hagen,
EMA director, and Stacy Webb,
grants coordinator, approached
the Washington County Board
of County Commissioners with
an application for a $1 million
Hope Grant. The action was
taken at the BOCC's budget
workshop Thursday morning
"A couple of days ago we got
an e-mail from the DEM ...
apparently there is some money,
I don't know where the source of
these money is except that it's
linked with Homeland Secu-
rity," said Hagen.
"We also heard from Home-
land Security that there is $14.5
million dollars available to the
state of Florida for EOC con-
struction and renovation."
Hagen said that originally he
thought that he was going to get
funding to renovate a section of
the old Vernon High School,
and on further review, the grant
was for a primary EOC building.
"We are waiting for the con-
struction of the new EOC now
and, after meeting with our engi-
neers, there are some items that
have to be worked out about our
current budget," said Hagen.
He said that they could apply
for up to $1 million, however,
the estimated funding needed
comes to $800,000 and the
County would have to match the
grant by 25 percent of the asking
"The Board has some local
money, approximately $500,000
left and there was the $150,000
that [the Board] got for proper-
ties, so there's about $650,000
that [the Board] has for the
EOC budget," said Hagen.
"What I'd like for the Board to
do is commit a portion of that
cash money as a match to this
The way the grant works,
according to Hagen, is that the
money committed by the Board
to the Hope Grant can still be
used for whatever its original
purposes were for the County. It
was only the commitment
required for the grant to be
"We have two different
phases: phase one in this project
is the planning and design and
we're just about finished with
that," said Webb.
"We had the design and specs
done, then sent to Tallahassee

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and haven't heard back from
them to see whether they have
been approved or not."
Webb said that she was 100
percent certain that the grant
will be coming in and that every-
thing will be approved and that
the County could break ground
at the site for the new EOC in
"We can break ground, but
you have to be very careful,"
said Webb. "If you just going out
there for a ceremonial-type of
thing, turn over some dirt, dedi-
cate it, it's perfectly fine and I
got that permission from Talla-
hassee." The Board approved
this proposal.
Chairman Joel Pate spoke up
about a current issue with
County personnel.
"Apparently the budget is in
critical condition and David
Corbin has some problems with
fuel, the public works has prob-
lems with salary and the building
department is approaching
some problems of its own," said
"So as we go along, keep in
mind that some time, possibly
today, we'll have to make a few
budget amendments to possibly
help with these."
The auditor said that the goal
of the meeting was to get the
packets of budget information
to the commissioners.
"The budget committees have
met several times over the past
couple of weeks, we've met with
the property appraiser and Mr.
Pate and I went to a small
county coalition meeting in Tal-
lahassee and we talked a lot
about budgeting," he said.
He went on about how this
year's budget was going to be a
"rough one", but Washington
County wasn't the only county
suffering from Amendment
"The state revenue sharing is
down, fuel prices are up and every-
one is feeling impacts from it ...
we're going to need a lot of guid-
ance from The Board on this
budget to get it balanced, especially
in the area of transportation," said
the auditor.
Pate said that this year's pro-
jection for the fuel budget is

based on diesel being at $4.36
per gallon.
"If everything stays the same
and there isn't a rise in fuel
price, [the city] will be in a
deficit of $76.488 this year," said
As far as salary goes, accord-
ing to Pate, there is still eight
pay periods remaining for the
fiscal year and the money avail-
able is; public works:
$347,527.20, special projects
crew: $18,918.40, the shop:
$40,838.40; what they're paying
is: special projects for public
works: $353,257.26, leaving a
salary deficit of $13.188.34 and
benefit deficits of $1,857.98.
"And that's only the current
budget if for the next four
months none of the prices
should change." said Pate.
There are going to be fund
shortage for the grants depart-
ment this year because the
money acquired for it from
administrative fees from the
CDBG grant on Quail Hallow
was used to pave County roads,
according to the auditor.
Pate discussed alternative
methods of reducing the cost on
"I'll say again, there are areas
where people are trying to
change the way they operate,
and I commend them for chang-
ing the way they get to work or
to their [service] vehicles," said
Pate then went from fuel sav-
ing to possibly eliminating the
use of work-related cell phones.
"I don't think we just need a
mass cut of cell phones, I think
some of the employees need
one," said Commissioner Ron-
nie Finch. "I think Pete [Her-
bert] needs one, I think I need
one ... I don't have to have it,
but maybe our department
heads do."
Pate said that employees with
a County cell phone should be
evaluated for the necessity of
their cell phone.
A four-day workweek was put
on the back burner till the Board
could have more research done
to see if the change would really
be a cost saver.
The Board agreed on a hiring
freeze, except for the new super-
visor need for the two crews that
will be working on the EOC
A spending freeze was also
put in effect. Herbert must
approve any purchase over $100
including office supplies.

Contributed photo
Gary F. Clark, vice president- Member Services, West Florida
Electric Cooperative Association, Inc. (WFECA), used a
PowerPoint presentation to emphasize his primary topics and
present data during the weekly Kiwanis meeting on Tuesday,
June 17.

Kiwanis hear

about energy

CHIPLEY During the
weekly luncheon meeting on Tues-
day, June 17, members of Kiwanis
Club experienced a thought stimu-
lating presentation about various
sources of energy, energy short-
ages, and the rising costs for energy
in everyone's' lives. Gary E Clark,
vice president- Member Services,
West Florida Electric Cooperative
Association, Inc. (WFECA), used
a PowerPoint presentation to
emphasize his primary topics
and present data. According to
Clark's presentation:
"The two primary sources for fuel
to generate electric power are coal
and natural gas. In the last 6 years
the cost of natural gas to generator
plants has doubled, while in the last
10 years the cost of coal has doubled.
Electric cost for homes has been ris-
ing in recent years about four per-
cent per annually and will continue
to do so in the future. The electric
cost to operate a computer, monitor,
and printer is about $30 per month if
it's left on 24/7, so just by turning-off
some of the more common house-
hold electrical conveniences like
electronic games, the television and
entertainment centers when not
being actively used, lights in rooms
not occupied, etc., can result in sig-
nificantly monthly household sav-
ings for electricity.
Electric usage in the average U.S.
home has risen from about 7,500
kilowatt hours per year (KWH) in
1970 to over 12,000 KWH/year in

2005. In Florida, the average has
risen to over 16,000 KWH/year due
to the use of air conditioners.
Homes are larger than 35 years ago
and have several times the electronic
appliances, devices, lighting, and
technical accessories dependent
upon electricity.
Electric generation in the U.S. is
50 percent coal dependent, 20 per-
cent nuclear, 18 percent natural gas,
nine percent renewable sources
(water, wind, biomass), and three
percent petroleum dependent.
Renewable sources for electrical
power have been newsworthy
because the general public is becom-
ing very much aware of the benefits
of "living green" with all the empha-
sis on green building. Almost seven
percent of the nine percent of elec-
tricity generated by renewable
sources is based upon hydroelectric
plants and water reuse.
Biomass is an emerging renew-
able source to power electrical gen-
eration because of methane gas gen-
erated from land fills. At the
Springhill landfill near Campbell-
ton, methane gas that previously was
burned into the atmosphere gener-
ates enough electricity to power
about 5,000 average homes.
We are all paying for the high
costs of energy because we are
demanding more and using more. In
the U.S. in the last 100 years, the
investment in energy sources was
$750 billion, but in the next 15 years
it will be $900 billion.

Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher

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5 years ago
Fortv-tour seventh and
eighth-grade students
from Roulhac Middle
School visited Rock City
and other Tennessee sites.
along with CNN. Stone
Mountain and presidential
homes in Atlanta. Ga.,
while on a field trip.
A new learning center
was opened in the Country
Oaks community.
Sixty degrees were
bestowed on 59 graduates
at Baptist College of
Chipley Dixie Ponytails
saw action in the District
fast-pitch softball tourna-
ment for 11 and 12-year-
Blake Balcom of Chip-
ley was drafted in the fifth
round of the 2003 Major
League baseball draft by
the Anaheim Angels.

10 years ago
Participants in the 4-H
Tr6picana Public Speaking
contest were Justin Kirk-
land of Kate Smith Ele-
mentary, who won first
place for a speech on the
Roswell incident, and Tara
Mashburn, also of KMS,
second place for a speech
about gymnastics.
A ground-breaking cer-

emony was held for a new
Winn-Dixie store on Main
Street in Chipley.
Dianne Nellums won a
two-seat padded stroller at
the 1998 Happy Healthy
Birthday Party for Wash-
ington County children
from birth to five years of
Parents of more than
350,000 Florida children
entering kindergarten and
seventh grade were told
the kids needed immu-
nization against preventa-
ble diseases in order to
enter school for the 1998-
99 year.

30 years ago
Mr. and Mrs. Vandeleek
of Sunny Hills had as
house guests their son and
daughter-in-law, David
and Garbie, and two
young sons of Holland,
Donald A. Corbin took
his Army re-enlistment
oath at a rodeo arena in

Lawton, Okla. Afterwards,
he celebrated by riding a
Brahma bull.

40 years ago
Mr. and Mrs. S.C.
Spivey returned from a
visit with relatives in
Gainesville and Starke.
Friends of Lawrence
Miner were happy to learn
that he was home and
recuperating nicely follow-
ing hospitalization in Mar-

55 years ago
Gov. Dan McCarty
appointed Olin G. Shivers,
Chipley hotel operator
and former state senator,
to the State Improvement
A Washington County
boy was re-elected to
office by the State Boys
Club Council during the
closing session of the 34th
annual 4-H Short Course
held at the University of

Florida. Julian Webb Jr. of
Chipley retained his seat
as secretary.
Very high quality bogus
$5 bills were being distrib-
uted in Central Florida
and along the Gulf Coast.

80 years ago
Bob Minchin made a
trip to Lake City where he
attended the wedding of
his brother, J.N. Minchin.
Misses Marguerite
Wells, Louise Pickel,
Verna McCrary, Katie
Mae McGeachy and
Bertha Daniel were
attending summer school
in Tallahassee.

100 years ago
Gladi Yates and son,
prosperous and progres-
sive farmers living west of
Holmes Creek, were visit-
ing in Chipley on Thurs-
They also stopped by
the newspaper office.


Author/comedian to perform in Chipley

CHIPLEY Nationally known author and comedian
Al Fike will be performing at First Baptist Church in
Chipley on June 22, at 6 p.m. Admission is free.
This is a great story and will be a fun event for the
whole family.

Bluegrass/gospel sing canceled
GREENHEAD United Methodist Church in
Greenhead is canceling its third Friday bluegrass/

southern gospel sing for June and July.
The third Friday sing will resume in August.

Gospel Sing June 29 at Wausau A/G
WAUSAU Wausau Assembly of God Church will
host a gospel sing on June 29 starting at 6 p.m.
Spirit Filled Singers will be performing. The Church is
on'State 77 in Wausau.
For more information, call 638-0883.

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WAUSAU Emerald
Coast Wrestling Alliance
(ECWA) will bring its
World Tag Team Champi-
ons to the Possum Palace
in Wausau Saturday, June
The ECWA World Title
Match, Mountain Man
w/Kenny Rhodes vs Ever-
green McQueen, will be
featured among others.
There will be special
appearances by ECWA
Women's Champion Miss
Fire, The Medic and
Lighting Jack. The night
will be filmed for ECWA's
first DVD by Tripp Norris.
The matches, "Be a
Hero," are part of a
special fund-raiser for the
Salvation Army's Disaster
Services and food pantry.
Spectators can get $1
off the $6 admission by
donating a canned food
item at the door. Children
five and under and handi-
capped persons will be
admitted free.

Law enforcement,
EMS, firefighters, and
military in uniform also
will be admitted free.
Sponsors are D&H
Records, the Salvation
Army, Gulf Coast
Wrestling.com, News
Channel 7, Capt. Ander-
son's Restaurant and
Printing by Advisions.
The card and wrestlers
are subject to change.
Visit Gulf Coast
Wrestling.com for more

wrestling June 14
Bethlehem High School
will host Lower Alabama
Wrestling June 14 at the
It will begin at 8 p.m.
Admission will be $6 for
adults, $3 for children ages
6-12. Children, 5 and
under accompanying a
paid adult, will be admit-
ted free.

James Dry Cfeaners

709 South Street, Suite 1
(Beside Chipley Florist & Gifts)



The Board of County Commission-

ers has contracted with Anderson

Columbia to resurface Pine Grove

Road. Anderson Columbia will move

equipment to Piney Grove Road on

Monday, June 23, 2008. Construc-

tion will begin on June 24, 2008

and will include a temporary travel

lane for north bound traffic. Please

be prepared to drive slowly and we

apologize for any inconvenience.


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June 21
Nationwide Series Practice ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR Live SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 11:30 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
GARRA SPEED @ 4 p.m.
Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 7 p.m.
Nationwide Series Milwaukee 250 ESPN2 @ 7:30 p.m.
June 22
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
NASCAR on TNT Live! TNT @ 2:30 p.m.
Allstate Countdown to Green TNT @ 3:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Toyota/SaveMart 350 TNT@ 4 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7:30 p.m.
June 27
NASCAR Live SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Nationwide Series Final Practice SPEED @ 12:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 2 p.m.
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
June 28
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 8 a.m.
Nationwide Series Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 9 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
NASCAR Live SPPED @ noon
Nationwide Series Countdown ABC @ 1:30 p.m.
Nationwide Camping World 200 ABC @ 2 p.m.
Truck Series Keystone Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 5 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series Set-up SPEED @ 7:30 p.m.
Craftsman Truck Series O'Reilly 200 SPEED @ 8 p.m.
June 29
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 9:30 a.m.
NASCAR on TNT! TNT@ 11:30 a.m.
Sprint Cup Countdown to Green TNT @ 12:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Lenox Industrial Tools 301 TNT@ 1 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7 p.m.

The Next Lap

a V Nat onwide

June 29 June 28 June 28 June 29
Loudon, N.H. Loudon, N.H. Memphis Ontario, Can.
LENOX Camping O'Reilly CayugaARCA
301 World 200 200 250

2009 will be 'Year

of the Cat' at RCR

Richard Childress
Racing will construct a new
look in 2009 for the No. 31
Chevy Impala driven by Jeff
Wednesday, Caterpillar
Inc. and RCR agreed to a
multi-year partnership.
Next season will mark
the 17th season Caterpillar
has been involved in
NASCAR and since 1999
has sponsored the No. 22
owned by Bill Davis Racing.
During those 10 seasons
Caterpillar has visited victo-

ry lane at the Daytona 500,
Southern 500, and two other
occasions when the car was
driven ironically by Jeff's
brother Ward.
Jeff Burton is currently
second behind Kyle Busch
in the Sprint Cup Series
The last two years
Burton has made the Chase
finishing seventh in 2006
and eighth last year after
leading the points at one
time during the final 10

Wallace to make 400th

start at Milwaukee Mile

Kenny Wallace is a
sponsors dream, but has
never been given his full
Saturday he will accom-
plish something only two
other drivers have in the
Nationwide Series, his 400th
Tommy Houston was the
first and retired with 418
starts, while Jason Keller
holds the all-time mark at
438 and counting.
Wallace made his first
Nationwide Series start at

On the


Driver: Michael McDowell
Owner: Bob Kauffman
Points: 1,157
Points out of 34th: 6
Points ahead of 36th: 7
Place Owner
33 Roger Penske
34 Michael Waltrip
35 Bob Kauffman
36 Joe Custer
37 Dietrich Mateschi
38 Jeffery Moorad

Martinsville in 1988 and has
visited victory lane nine
times with 63 top-five and
156 top-ten finishes.
"The Hermanator" start-
ed his career at the
Milwaukee Fairgrounds
back in 1986 driving against
Joe Shear and Dick Trickle
in the ASA Series.
That same year Wallace
won the Pat Schauer
Memorial Rookie of the
Year in the touring
Midwestern short track

Michael McDowell

Sam Hornish, Jr.
Michael Waltrip
Michael McDowell
Scott Riggs
tzA.J. Allmendinger
J.J. Yeley


Brian Vickers looks at some of the numbers turned in by his Toyota Camry following a test session at Lowe's Motor Speedway.
Photo courtsey of NASCAR

Others now seeing Red

sports @srpressgaczette.comnr
Last season the owners of Team Red Bull were seeing red
when it came to the Sprint Cup Series.
But following two top five finishes by Brian Vickers and two
top-10 finishes by A.J. Allmendinger, it
is the competition that is seeing 'red.'
Vickers, who was hand picked
by the late Ricky Hendrick. to
replace him in the Nationwide .... "
Series, is starting to see
some greener pastures
since leaving the organi-
zation that gave him his
"Well, you
know, we
have definite-
ly been run-
ning better late-

sure." said Vickers.
"It's always hard to
pinpoint exactly what
the causc is. and it's
rarely one single event or
one cause, but I think it's a
culmination of a lot of things."
Off and on this season each
driver had their moments until the All-
Star Weekend when everything clicked.
Vickers and his crew won the NASCAR Sprint Pit
Crew Challenge, while Allmendinger won the Sprint
Showdown in order to qualify his Canry for the NASCAR
Sprint All-Star race.
One of the biggest things is what you will find under the
hood of the Red Bull Camnry.




2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Jamie McMurray 92.414
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Juan Montoya 74.547
Track Qualifying Record
jeff Gordon 94.303 m.p.h.
Track Race Record
Ricky Rudd 81.007 m.p.h.

"One thing that I think people don't realize is that Toyota
Racing Development (TRD) builds our engines and builds
Michael Waltrip engines, and Gibbs builds their own engines,"
said Vickers. "TRD has come a long way, I mean, a long way. We
started out at the end of last year having a lot of mechanical prob-
lems. and NASCAR changed a lot of dimensions for Toyota,
which really threw them for a curve ball right at the very last sec-
"They were kind of in the Cup Series expecting
/ to run the block they had been running for years in
the Truck Series and had to start over basically.
That was tough to overcome, but they did
a good job."
For Allmendinger his
recent back-to-back top-10
finishes are a nice thing
compared to when he
was replaced by Mike
Skinner during the early
part of the season.
"It really wasn't so
much learning anything
\ specific, but Mike
Skinner does a great
otob and he dida
great job in the
race car but he
helped me a ton
outside of it,
just more than
anything giving
me a peace of
mind," said
Allmendinger, who
came to Team Red
Bull fi'om the former
Champ Car Series.


After LifeLock 400
1. Kyle Busch
2. Jeff Burton
3. Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
4. Carl Edwards
5. Jimmie Johnson
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Kasey Kahne
8. Greg B iffle
9. Jeff Gordon
10. Kevin Harvick



After Meijer 300
1. Clint Bowyer
2. Brad Keselowski
3. David Reutimann
4. Carl Edwards
5. Kyle Busch
6. David Ragan
7. Mike Bliss
8. Mike Wallace
9. David Stremme
10. Jason Leffler

After Cool City Customs 200


Johnny Benson
Todd Bodine
Ron Hornaday
Matt Crafton
Rick Crawford
Mike Skinner
Chad McCumbee
Jack Sprague
Terry Cook
Eric Darnell

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After Pocono 200
Driver Behind
1. Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. Leader
2. Scott Speed -70
3. Matt Carter -100
4. Frank Kimmel -1 i5
5. John Wes Townley -160
6. Justin Allgaier -190
7. Patrick Sheltra -235
8. Tom Hessert III -270
9. Tyler Malsam -315
10. Ken Butler III -345

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v County, Florida. Records of Washington UNPAID TAXES ON PROP Furniture & Mattresses Leola Brock Nurseries
ERDO INVESTMENT, INC., TIMOTHY C. CAMPBELL County, Florida. has been filed against you ERTY WHICH YOU OWN Low, low, low overhead LLC Plants, trees and
any and all Unknown par- has been filed against you Attorney for Plaintiff and you are required to OR YOU HAVE LEGAL IN- guarantees low, low, low shrubs. Landscape design,
ties claiming by, through, and you are required to 228 E. 4TH Street has been filed against you serve a copy of your writ- TEREST THE PROPERTY prices. P&S Discount Fur- landscape contracting, irri-
Under, and against the serve a copy of your writ- Panama City, FL 32401 and you are required to ten defenses, if any, to it WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC niture, Chipley. (Since gation systems. 1788
herein named Individual ten defenses, if any, to it Phone: (850) 763-8466 serve a copy of your writ- on Timothy C. Campbell, AUCTION ON August 29, 1973) 850-638-4311 White Road, Bonifay, FL
Defendant(s) who are not on Timothy C. Campbell, As published in the ten defenses, if any, to it Esq., Plaintiff's Attorney, 2008 UNLESS THE BACK 32425 (Washington
1100 Legal Advertising Known to be dead or alive, Esq., Plaintiff's Attorney, Washington County News on Timothy C. Campbell, 228 E. 4th Street, Panama TAXES ARE PAID. TO County) (850)638-1202;
1110 Classified Notices whether said Unknown 228 E. 4th Street, Panama June 21, 28, 2008. Esq., Plaintiff's Attorney, City, FL 32401 and file the MAKE ARRANGEMENTS 326-1500
1120 Public Notices/ parties may claim an inter- City, FL 32401 and file the 228 E. 4th Street, Panama original with the Clerk of FOR PAYMENT OR TO 3230
113- Adnouncements visees, grants Or other original with the Clerk of City, FL 32401 and file the the above styled Court no RECEIVE FURTHER IN- AA:Bonifay 504 N Wauke-
1140 Happy Ads claimants, John Doe and the above styled Court no original with the Clerk of later than 30 days from the FORMATION, CONTACT she St Corner of Hwy 79
1150 Personals Jane Doe as unknown ten- later than 30 days from the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the above styled Court no date of the first publication THE CLERK OF COURT and Kansas Sat 8:00 am to
1160 Lost ants in possession date of the first publication OF THE FOURTEENTH later than 30 days from the of this notice of action; IMMEDIATELY AT Attn. 11:00 am
1170- Found Defendants. of this notice of action; JUDICIALCIRCUITINAND date of the first publication otherwise a default will be TAX DEED DEPARTMENT, Yard Sale
otherwise a default will be FOR WASHINGTON of this notice of action; entered against you for the RO. BOX 647 OR 1293 Power Tools, toys, elec-
NOTICE OF LIS PENDENS entered against you for the COUNTY, FLORIDA otherwise a default will be relief demanded in the JACKSON AVE., SUITE tronics, fishing gear,
--h relief demanded in the entered against you for the Complaint filed herein. 101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA Barbies Beanies, videos
S 1100 TO: The above named De- Complaint filed herein. CASE NO. 67-08-CA-153 relief demanded in the 32428, TELEPHONE (850) and more.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT fendants, AND ALL Complaint filed herein. WITNESS my hand and 638-6008 EXT 224.
FORJUDICIAL CIRCUIT ION ANDYOU ARE NOTIFIED of the the Seal of this Court, this 2007 TOYOTA CAMRY WITNESS my hand and 16 day of June, 2008. FOR July $ 1,865.13 IN 8-until. 896 8th St Chipley.
FOR WASHIN situation of this action 16 day of June, 2008. JOHN HUDDLESTON the Seal of this Court, this U.S. CURRENCY ONLY Adult & children summer 4100 Help Wanted
COUNTY, FLORIDA against you by the Plain 16 day of June, 2008. LINDA HAYES COOK, AMOUNT TO REDEEM clothes, purses, bed 4130 Employment
CIVIL COURT DIVISION tiffs, seeking foreclosure LINDA HAYES COOK, NOTICE OF FORFEITURE CLERK OF THE COURT FOR August $ 1,892.34 IN spreads, shoes new exer- InfEmaloen
encumbering the following WASHINGTON COUNTY CLERK OF THE COURT FLORIDA No Personal Checks Ac- misc items.
RATION, a Delaware cor- located in Washington By K. McDaniel CLAIM AN INTEREST IN FLORIDA By K. McDaniel Cashier's Checks, Money 4100
portion County, Florida, and the As Deputy Clerk THE ABOVEDESCRIBED As Deputy Clerk Orders, and Western Un-
Plaintiff, decreeing of a sale of the As Deputy ClerkPROPERTY, WHICH WAS By K.McDaniel ion are the only other alter- 3250
vs. tprope rty un der the TIMOTHY C CAMPBELL SEIZED ON OR ABOUT As Deputy Clerk TIMOTHY C. CAMPBELL natives accepted. r-- -K-L--arm-- :- General
AUGUST HOMES, LLC of the payment in the Attorney for Plaintiff MARCH 20, 2008, IN Attorney for Plaintiff As published in the Wash- I
a Nevada Limited Liability amount found to be due 228 E. 4TH Street WASHINGTON COUNTY, TIMOTHY C. CAMPBELL 228 E. 4TH Street ington County News June Representa-
Company the Plaintiffs under the Panama City, FL 32401 FLORIDA. Attorney for Plaintiff Panama City, FL 32401 21, June 28, July 5, July Tomatoes Watermelons tives needed Bonifay,
Defendant. Note and Mortgage, and Phone: (850) 763-8466 228 E. 4TH Street Phone: (850) 763-8466 12, 2008 Tomatoes, Watermpes. Chipley Grae ville
for other, further and gen- As published in the Wash- Said property is in the cus Panama City, FL 32401 As published in the 11567 PineyGrove Rd. Wausau, Vernon,
NOTICEOFACTION ral re set for the ington County News June tody of the Washington Phone: (850)763-8466 Washington County News, Ponce
TO: AUGUST HOMES, Complaint8County Sheriff's Depart- As published in the June 21,28, 2008. 8-6, Mon-Fi, 8-5, Sat. Caryville, Ponce aoe
LLC, residence unknown, if THE PROPERTY involved ment. Any owner entity, Washington County News 1110 1 638-5002, 260-5003 or I27-3380. Leon. Ask about
alive, and if dead, their un- is that certain parcel, lot or bona fide lienholder or June 21, 28, 2008. NOTICE OF APPLICATION 5-2-. 3 8 0.- .. 1 mini-kit. 850-547-1640.
known spouse, heirs, devi-rnit si uate HINGTON IN THE CIRCUIT COURT peronin possessionzed ofFOR TAX DEED COLOR SELLS! PEACHES, PEACHES. Ga Dwayne Atkins ISR
sees, grantees, creditors C8UNTY, Florida. As set OF THE FOURTEENTH has the right to contest the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Notice is hereby given, Get Your Classified Ad Peaches. at Eddie's Back-
ory, through, under claiming forthin the Mortgagere- JUDICIAL CIRCUITINAND Fofeiture Complaint byfitl- OF THE FOURTEENTH that The Westner the In yard.CornerofSouthBlvd
against them and all other Book 600 at Page 515, FOR WASHINGTON ing a Response with the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND holder of the following cer COLOR and Vernon Hwy. n-S Heat hcare
persons claiming any right, Public Records of Wash- COUNTY, FLORIDA Circuit Court within 20 FOR WASHINGTON tificate, has filed said certif- Call now for details loam-6pm. Other produce Healthcare
title or interest in the real ington County, Florida, CIVIL COURT DIVISION days of the publication of COUNTY FLORIDA icate for a Tax Deed to be I and be notcedl ive and Hot Green BoiledackPea-
property described below, more particularly de- CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-087 this notice, with a copy ot CIVIL COURT DIVISION issued thereon. The certifi- I 638-0212 I nuts. Drive in the back- ARNP Needed for local
property described aL s fo l Ca6ti u ly de- CASE NO 67-08-CA-087 is notice, with a copy CASE NO: 67-08CA-070 cate number and year of or yard. Medical Practice. Mon-
scribedasfolow the Response sent to CASE NO. 67-08-CA 070 description 547-9414 day thru Friday. If inter-
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- LOTS 18, 19 AND 20, THE DELTONA Brandon J. Youn9,.Attor- FDLOaCRef t he d *47-9414 ested, please send re-
EDthtaactontoN BLOCK 770, SUNNY CORPORATION, a Dela ney for Washington THE DELTONA CORPO- of the property, and the - - - sted, please send re-
FlED that an action to fore- HILLS UNIT ELEVEN, AC- ware corporation County Sheriff's Depart- RATION, a Delaware cor- names in which it was as- I sume to: ARNP, RO.
close a mortgage on the CORDING TO THE PLAT Pa ti er RATIO a n sessed are as follows : 3300 Box 947, Chipley, FL.
following property in THEREOF, RECORDED IN Plaintiff, ment, 204 N. Harvey Ethe- Portion CERTIFICATE NO. 1610 For more information,
Washington County, Flor- PLAT BOOK 2, PAGES vs. ridge Street, Bonifay, Flor- Plaintiff, YEAR 01 DESCRIPTIONatfis ca
ida: 120, OF THE PUBLIC GLORIA WILLIAMS ida 32425. A Petition for Fi- vs. OF PROPERTY Parcel # Call For Venders. Vernon Yo cat catfsh $150 8506381230.
RECORDS OF WASHING- An Unmarried Person nal Order of Forfeiture has PEDRO GAMBOA OF P-037-001 Lot 14 Block 4th of July Celebration.F You cand. Gilbert Catfish, $1.50
Lot 22, Block 765, of TON COUNTY, FLORIDA. Defendant. been filed in the a Married Person 370-001 Lot 14, Block 4th of July Celebration caFor pond. Glbcated fish 854 0-638-1230.
SUNNY HILLS UNIT above-styled cause. Defendant. 370, of Sunny Hills Unit 6, more information call Pond, located @ 2854
SUNNY HILLS Ua subdivision according to 535-1555 or 535-9463. Highview Circle, Chipley,
ELEVEN, according to the DATED this 17 day of April, TO: GLORIA WILLIAMS, BRANDON J. YOUNG, TO:PEDRO GAMBOA, re Plat thereofasre-Florida Phone: Management
Plat thereof, as recorded in 2008. residence unknown, if ESQ. TOPEDRO GAMBOA, esi- th rded th o,850-638-8633. Management
Plat Book 2, at Pages 120 JamesABondEsq alive, and if dead, their un- 204 N. Harvey Etheridge dence unk alive, corded in Pt Book 2, of Moving Sale!! Hardee's Franchisee
through 128, of the Public Attorney for Plaintiffs known spouse heirs, dev Street eirPublic Records of Bread maker-DAK $35 owned by Geneva En-
Records of Washington RO. Box 2038 sees, grantees, creditors Bonifay, Florida 32.425 spouse, heirs, devisees ashington County, Flor- Vita Mix $35, Juicer-Oster terprises, LLC is looking
County, Florida. Stuart, FL 34995 or other parties claiming (850) 547-7367 grantees creditors or Washingtn Cunty F $20 Ca Mix $35 Juicer-ster terprises LLC is looking
(772) 287-7100 by, through, under or Fla. Bar No. 0550736 other parties claiming by, ida. $20 Call 850-547-4272 for experienced man-
has been filed against you Florida Bar No.: 327867 against them and all other Attorney for Washington through, under or against NAME IN WHICH AS PEACHES, PEACHES. Ga agement in the following
and you are required to As published in the Wash- persons claiming any right, County Sheriff's Depart- them and all other persons SESSED : Henry Barnehl Peaches. at Eddie's Back- storelocations: Geneva,
serve a copy of your wri ington County News June title or interest in the real ment claiming any right, title or Said property being in the rd ornero hCottondale, Chipley,
ten defenses, if any, to it 14, 21, 2008. property described below. As published in the Wash- interest in the real property coun ty of Washington pErS& AIMs ad. Corner of South Bvdwy. Monat, C oaocheend
on Timothy C. Campbell, ington County News June described below. State of Florida. Unless e t e Chattahoocheeawnd
Esq., Plaintiff's Attorney, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- 14, 21, 2008. 2110-Pets:Faeeend Hot Green Boiled Pea-
228 E. 4th Street, Panama FED that an action to fore- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- redeemed accordingGood Home nuts. Drive in the back- competitive benefits and
City, FL 32401 and file the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT close a mortgage on the FlED that an action to fore- the law, the property de- 2120 Pet Supplies yard. salary is based on expe-
originalwINTHElekCIRCUITOUTENTHfoloCOURTpclose a mortgage on the scribed shall be sold to the 2130 Farm Animals/ rience. For more infor-
theoriginal with the Cleourt no JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Washk of OF THE FOURTEENTH following prton Counperty in IN THE CIRCUIT COURT following property in highest bidder at the court- Supplies Tanning bed, drum set, nation call Kathy Holt at
the above styled Court no JUDICIALCIRCUIT N AND Washington County, Flor- OF THE FOURTEENTH Washington County, Flor- house door on August 29, 2140 Pets/Livestock bunk bed, PA system and (850) 547-9007 or fax re-
date of the first publication COUNTYthe FLORIDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Wda: 2008 at 10:00 AM. Wanted misc. Call 850-291-4070. sume to 850-547-9097.
of this notice of action CIVIL COURT DIVISION Lot 4, Block 1012, of FOR WASHINGTON Dated this 13 day of June
otherwise a default will be CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-081 SUNNY HILLS UNIT OUNT'Y, FLORIDA Lot 20, Block 224. of 2008 COOK3
entered against you for the TWELVE, according to the CIVIL COURT DIVISION SUNNY HILLS UNIT TWO LINDA HAYES COOK 2100
relief demanded in the THE DELTONA CORPO- Plat thereof, as recorded CASENO.:67-08-CA-068 according to the Plat CLERKOF THE CIRCUIT ForSale Matese 3310 their
Complaint filed herein. RATION, a Delaware cor- Plat Book 2, at Pages 129 thereof, as recorded in PtCOUNT W, FLORIDA AKC RegistaleMae Maltese old us i so te, oin Mystery Shoppers, get
WITNESS my hand and Plaintiff, Records of Washington RATION, a Delaware cor through 37, of the Public BY: J C Rogers, Deputy $700. Call 850-773-3473. mandolin, banjo, drums paid to shop! Retail/dining
the Seal of this Court. this vs. County, Florida. oration Records of Washington Clerk I wanted used instruments establishments need un-
16 day of June, 2008. RANJIT SINGH SEEHRA Plaintiff, County, Florida. WARNING: I collectables, ebay sales derercover clients to judge
SA Married Person has been filed against you vs. THERE ARE UNPAID Covington Music quality customer service.
LINDA HAYES COOK, Defendant. and you re required to SOFIA BUCKCANNON has been filed against you TAXES ON PROPERTY 2130 850-638-5050 Earn up to $150. a day.
CLERKOF THE COURT serve a copy of your writ- an Unmarried Person aand you are required to WHICH YOU OWN OR Goats, (4) bucks, (1) 850-557-1918. Call (888)-523'-1013.
WASHINGTON COUNTY TO: RANJIT SINGH ten defenses, if any, to itDefendant. serve a copy of your writ-YOU HAVE LEGAL IN- wether, most are half boer.
FLORIDA SEEHRA, residence un- on Timothy C. Campbell, ten defenses, if any, to i TEREST THE PROPERTY $50-$125 Cummins Farm r - -
By K. McDaniel known, f alive, and if Esq., Plaintiff's At TO:SOFABUCKCANNO n Timothy C. Campbell, WILL BESOLD AT PUBLIC 850-260-1342 Chipley. NEWSPAPER CARRIERS NEEDED
As Deputy Clerk dead, their unknown 228 E. 4th Street, Panama residence unknown, if Esq., Plaintiff's Attorney, AUCTION ON August 29,
As Deputy Clspouse, heirs, devisees, City, FL 32401 and file the alive, and if dead, their un- 228 E. 4th Street, Panama 2008 UNLESS THE BACK The News Herald is seeking an individual interested
TIMOTHY C. CAMPBELL grantees, creditors or original with the Clerk of known spouse, heirs, devil City, FL 32401 and file the TAXES ARE PAID. TO -in providing great service to our customers in the fol-
Attorney for Plaintiff other parties claiming by, the above styled Court no sees, grantees, creditors original with the Clerk of MAKE ARRANGEMENTS O O lowing area:
228 E. 4TH Street through, under or against later than 30 days from the or other parties claiming the abovestyled Court no FOR PAYMENT R TO Sunny Hills
Panama City, FL 32401 them and all other persons date of the first publication ainsby, through, under or later than 30 days from the FORMA TION, CONTACT HER IN Call: Luther Moore @ 850-547-9414
Phone: (850) 763-8466 claiming any right, title or of this notice of action; against them and all other date of the first publication FORMATION, CONTACT Orpick upa carrierapplication at
As published in the Wash- interest in the real property otherwise a default will be persons claiming anyright, of this notice of action; THE CLERK OF COURT I Washington County Newslocated @1364 N Rail-
ington County News June described below, entered against you for the title or interest in the real otherwise a default will be IMMEDIATELY AT Attn. I Washington County News located
ington 00Conty News June described belowenterelief demandedst yinfothe property describedbelow entered against you for the TAX DEED DEPARTMENT MERCHANDISE or The Neroad Ae, Chipley
21,28,o2008.rYTherNewOiH @m5a0n11edtrin
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- Complaint filed herein. relief demanded in the PO. BOX 647 OR 1293 E or The News Herald @ 501 W. 11thStreet,
FlED tAtRa actin Ot-Co mp f- hYOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-Colait hre JACKSON AVE., SUITE 3100 Antiques Panama City
EDthtaactotof Complaint filed herere-Ho mplde ddrein. JACKSONP A ELO0 lAtiques Individual mutt have reliable transportation and be
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT close a mortgage on the WITNESS my hand and FIED that an action to fore- 101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 3110-Appliances
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTEENTH following property in the Seal of thisCourtthis close a mortgage on the WITNESS my hand and 32428, TELEPHONE (850) 3120 Arts & Crafts able to work early a.m. hours. This is an independent
OF THE FOURTEENTH follwifollowing property in the Seal of this Court, this ort in WITN my an 638-6008 EXT 224. 3130 Auctions I contractor position with part-time hours and full time
JUDICIAL CIRCUITHIN AND Washington County, Flor- 16 day of June, 2008. Washington County, Flor- 16edSea of thiJCourtn this AMROUNT TO R3120 Babyi supplies earnings with no collecting necessary.
FOR WASHINGTON ida: Washington County, Flor 16 day of June 2008' AMOUNT TO REDEEM 310- ies earnings wh no collect nec ,
COUNTY, FLORIDA LINDA HAYES COOK, da: FOR July $ 2412.82 IN 3160 Business Come join
Lot 5, BSUNNY HILLS UNIT WASHINGTON COURT Lot 18, Block 291, of CLERKOFHAYES COURT AMOUNT TO REDEEM 3170- Collectibles The News Herald Carrier team and earn above aver-
JUDGCASE NO.:AL67-08-CA-17REGISTER THREESUNNY according t WASHINGTONRIDA COUNTY SUNN HILLS UNIT WASHINGCLERK OF TOHE COUNTY A FOR August $ 2,447.88 IN 3180- Cmpters I age $'s while being your own boss.
Plat thereof, as recorded in THREE, according to the FLORIDA U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. 3190 Electronics
DANIEL MURRAY and.: Plat Book 2, at Pages 38 By K.MlcDaniel Plat thereof, as recorded in By K. McDaniel No Personal Checks Ac- 3200 Firewood i NA LD c.T
JOI MURRY, Plat Book 2, at Pages 38 As Deputy Clerk cepted. 3210 Free Pass It On NJEWSHERALD
Plaintiffs tRecordugh41 of Washe Public As Deputy Clerk through 41, of the Public As Deputy Cashier's Checks, Money 3220 Furniture
PlaintifsRecords of WashingtonOrdersMoarne 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
TIMOTHY C. CAMPBELL Orders, ad Western Un- 340 Guns -----
AttorJuney for Plaintiff ion are the only other alterI 30 siGood Things to Eat
228 E. 4TH Street natives accepted. 3260 Health & Fitness
Panama City, FL 32401 As published in the Wash- 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
Phone: (850) 763-8466 ington County News June 3280 Machinery/
As published in the 21, June 28, July '5, July Equipment J R0 11(
Washington County News 12, 2008 3290 opportunity to launch your career withMedical Equipment

THE DELTONA ace the description of Wanted To Buy antiques, rowin company! You must be willing
E AJune 21, 28, 2008 NOTICE OF APPLICATION 3310 M cal Instru to travel and have valid ID and SSments
Have a car truck van or ROSEARY MOMANY E 3320- Plants & Shrbs

SIN THE CIRCUIT COUR FOR AX DEED Suppliesemployees such as 401k, group medical

a-OMF T ORTeene Notice is hereby given, 3330-iRestaurant/HotelC ane, s
8 W E EK- r FOR WASHINGTON of the following certificate, 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)uae can endL
COUNTY FLORIDA has filed said certificate for Are you an energetic and dependable
CIVIL COURT DIVISION a Tax Deedto be issued worker? If so, you qualify for an
CASE NO.: 07 0p-ca-083 thereoni. The certificate l-
Sthroughunderoragai number and year of ssu- 3100dispersals, opportunity to launch your career with

W H EL. i -m da otSert Deo SEEDt p ar s er Mont banNnd 0tlerosn pllusln
THE DELTONA A SAVINGS Once, the description of Wanted To Buy antiques, co You must be

THE 2 or growingsoeksmpOneaLOWuPrice YOU AEEBNewll
CORPORATION, a Dela-the property, and collectibles, gold, silver.
S* 7-ware corporation ounty in which it w as dinnerware, collections, to travel And have valid ID and SS card.
v a cr tru c r ROSEMARY MOMANYI oYEAR5 O P an application. (EOE)

A_ known, of the, adifaccording to the Plat and dental insurance, employee stock

O-__- other parties claiming by, of Washington County, 0Campbellton, FL.n
VS.nCE RTI F CA TEN.17 850-638-6866 unde orr 850.638

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"Up to 20 words. Personal ads only, no dealers. ony Foia WARNING:THERE ARE Pasco or Carolyn

8 Saturday, June 21, 2008 0 Washington County News

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Bonifay & Chipley Stores, Executive Office Space 2BR/1BA home in Chiploy Country home on 2 & 3 Bedroom mobile
ow-hin all positions for rent downtown Chipley. city limits. $375mo. Call tif 1 a lot homes total electric, 4BR/1.BA Home Large Two-lots: One Large
CoUnter-peison poessets, 638-1918 850-638-1918 o l beautiful ac lot $175., $300., $325. West- lot. Remodeling ongoing. shaded-lot/Chipley,
Professional alterationist. Apply at s, 638918 850-638-4478 or 3BR/2BA w/ large ville area 850-548-5541 Located in Chipley. Buy $40,000/OBO. Other five
Other James Cleaners 402 Hwy For Rent in Dunn Building den/office/4th BR, now at reduced price. Seri- minutes from Santa Rosa
Full time position 90 E., Bonifay on Railroad Ave, 3BR/1BA Brick-house, $850/mo., first, last & de- 2BR/2BA, 16x80, $550 a ous inquires only. Beach, beachside, ready
Direct Care Staff for Youth Pastor to (850)547-2240. Office/retail. 1500 sq. It., $595/mo., available end of posit. Call (850) 326- 0911 monthAvailable $350 July 1 st. 850-542-2091 to build. Sacrifice $75,000
Position available at lin- coordinate and direct office, just remodeled. June. 850-638-1918 or MLISt see! encesrequired8 5 0 5 4 7 2 0 9 1 ;
ted mental health facility, growing yoth ministry $695 plus tax. Call 850-638-4478 352-463-7097. FLOR S BEST 615-500-6060.
Duties include assisting at First UMC of Chipley, 850-579-2821. Z a a ''3267 .FLORIDA'S BEST
resident with cleaning of FL. 4130 Chipley, 2 bd, 1 ba 3BR/2BA Mobile-home, REAL ESTATE
rooms, preparing meals, Background check is re- Office space for lease, w/washer/dryer, WSG incl, 6150 shed, rear wood deck, no 850-258-3092
assisting with ADL's, etc. quired. Work from home 1240 S Blvd (Corner of CH&A, no Jets. $600 mth Elderly man looking for pets. Orange Hill area.
Position starts out at $8.00 Please e-mail resume as a Customer Service S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, + $300 dep 850-814-2625 companionship, either sin- $525mo plus deposit. Leisure Lakes, $79,900, i
an hour with pay raise in to: Agent for an oil firm'and $800/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 gle person or couple. Free 850-894-0265 3 AC. Partially Fenced, |17160
six months. Annual and lumcoc@bellsouth.net earn more. offices, 1 reception, 1 House For Rent. Lake lodging, satellite tv, pro- 3BR/2BA mobilehome 3BR/2BA DBLW, access
sick leave available. Hours or fax to: Job requirements: bath, kitchen, parking Front on Blue Lake just pane spilt 50/50, tenant W/D hook-up, in park near horses welcome. $14,900. Homes have new
are 11:00-7:30 p.m. Call 850-638-0710 Ability to communicate lot, hardwood "firs. South of Chipley. pay full electric. Located town & elementary school horses welcome $14,900. Homes have new
547-3708. or mail to:1285 Jackson in English, Internet ac- 407-616-6890. 2BR/2BA, 2-Story with Holmes County. No pets HUD approved. Leisure Lakes, arpe$69,000,t & aintcluded Set-up n-
Ave. Chipley, FL 32428. cess. Previous working j basement and possible 850-481-0628 pets,U p d Leisure Lakes, $69,000, clouded. Call Brad @
Ave. Chipley, FL 32428. ce. Previous working __basement and possible 850-481-0628 $475/mo plus $475 de- 1 AC. WF, gated com- 850-763-7780.
experience is an added Office/Business space for 3rd bedroom. Garage, posit. 50-638-0560A Wpaedroa
applicant te s should fr- lease in Ponce de Leon. dock, large yard. $1000posi munty, paved roads.
applicants shoud r to Call 850-291-4070. per/mo. Progressive Realty For Rent: 1-1/2 small
r - - - - - - - ward theirresume to 850-638-8220. 6160 bedroom mobile-home, Silver Lake Estate, 3BR/2BA, Very Nice Dou-
Sales Mr. Cathy Brown, Retail Building for rent on 2 br, 1V ba home in washer/dryer, smoke-free $32,000, Jackson Co. blewide. New carpet &
S m i Main Street in Chipley. For Publisher' Sunny H FL Occupa environment. $350mo plus Waterview, 1.25 acres, paint, stove & refrigerator,
Advertising Sales cathybrown40@gmail. information call 638-1918., Pu sherave full use of kitchenpants deposit 850-547-5474. fireplace. Only $27,500. In-
F corm or Notice ing room, 1 ,. ba, 2 car For Rent: spacious 16x80 lotscludes set -up& CH/A. Call
Washington County News Frcall 904-853 8218nformation garage, large fenced yard. 3BR/2BA mobile home lto- ts, $12,900 $ $13,900. Brad @ 850-763-7780.
1 Holmes County Times-Advertiser call 904-853-8218All real estate advertising in Quiet, secluded neighbor- cated on beautiful, quiet Paradise Lakes, corner
S6110 this newspaper is subject to hood, w/security. Access lots in Westville city limits, lot, access to Lake
Do you want a career where you can make a differ- For rent Sleepy Hollow nakes it illegalto advertise to high speed internet and Call 850-836-4191 Dunford, gated commu-
ence? Are you a motivated sales, associate? If you Duplex Apartments, "any preference limitatio or dish network. Small pets/ Home for t f nity, $45,000.
answered yes and yes, take a look at Freedom. We HUD not accepted discrimination based on smokers okay. $700 mno. wished, 1BR/1BA, well /
want youl Freedom wants motivated Multi-media Ad- I 2BR/1BA and 3BR/1BA. race, color, religion, sex $650 dep. 850-773-4039. wished, 1BR/Doulas Rolling Pines Subd, 5
vertising Account Executives. You wilt have the opW handicap, familial slatLs or acres. Fenced, cleared,
vertising Account Executives. You will have the op- Water, garbage, lawn care national origin, or an inten- Ferry Rd. References re- acres. Fenced, cleared,
portunity to join a dynamic and energetic sales pro- included. Spacious, en- tio, to make any h pe quired. $395.00 $61,600.
|gram and channel your initiative innovation, and o- .I ergy efficient with private erence, limitation or dis- 6170 850-547-4606
competitive spirit to make an impact on our custom- I yard. 850-638-7128. crimination" Familial status CUSTOM BUILT, water-
ers, our organization, and your own career. You will AL ETA includes children under the 2BR/1BA Mobile Homes front, split level home, AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE
touch on all media platforms at Freedom, selling print 6100 Business/ For Rent: Ridgewood age of 18 living with parents 1) $300. month and 1) Little Island Pond, Hwy RECREATIONAL
I and online ads. Leverage your creativity as you part- I Commercial Apartments, 602 S. Weeks or legal custodians, preg- $400., plus deposit, no 20 E., 34 SF, 4BR/3BA, 8100 Antique & Collectibles
ner with customers to create custom multi-media so- 6110 Apartments St. Bonifay. Remodeled, nant women and people se- pets, Call 547-2043. Leave Mobile Home for rent. granite counter tops, s/s 8110 Cars
lutions, using our exciting and ever-growing portfolio 6120 Beach Rentals and NEW OWNERS. 1, 2, curing custody of children message. 2BR/2BA, on Pioneer Rd, 4 appl., 2 car garage, 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
of advertising products. Your success inthis role | 6130 Condo/Townhotise 3, Bedrooms. Call under 18. miles East of Vernon. $325,000. 8130 Trucks
could set you up to pursue a variety of career paths I 6140 House Rentals 850-557-7732 This newspaper wilnot BA 14x70 mo 850-638-3254 or 8150- Commercia
in our organization or throughout our parent com- it6150 R roommate Wanted Thinewspp15 e room t W d bilehome, unfurnished, 850-638-7315 or ---a mercts
pany, Freedom Communications, Inc. (FCI), one of i r R Townhouse Apt orrent, owingly accept anwy adver- has appliances. $500 mn.i 850-527-4467. Lease to Ownil Newly Re- 0 MotorcyParcles
th ntion s o largest privately owned media compa- 6170 Mobile Huem/Letrt tisingor real estate which is Plus $300 deposit. Call -8170-Auto Parts
the nation's largest privately owned media compa- 6180 Out-ofTown Renals 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. $595 in violation of the law. Our m50 $3 Mobile Homsodeled, 3BR/1.5BA, 747 & Accessories
ies. 6190 Timeshare Rentals a month. Call 638-1918 or readers are hereby informed 850-638-1462.Mobile Homes for rent in Gilbert Drive in Chipley 8210- Boats
6200 Vacation Rentals 638-4478. that all dwellings advertised 2BR/1BA Mobile home on 8 mileon app 850-547-237. 8220 Peronal Watercraft
Send resume to nbarefield@chipleypaper.com in this newspaper are availa- Brickyard Road, all elec- 8 miles east of Chipley 8230 Sailboats
or pick up an application at bl on a equal oppo trick, H/A, sorry no pets a BA l and 2BR/2BA 8240 Boat & Marine
6 0 crimination call HUD toll-free For more information call (850)258-4868; 209-8847 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
W C1 MW l l 6 O n6140 at 1-800-669-9777. T h 850-638-1911 or www.charloscountryliv- 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
Executive Offce space 3BR/2BA h toll-free number for the hear 850-326-2201. ing.com 71508330 Campers & Trailers
1364 N. Railroad Avenue, Chipley, Florida I for lease on Brickyard I land in impaired s 2BR/1BA Ne laminate 8340- Motorhomes
R 'Great 3-acres of land inhe 1-800-927-9275. 2BR/1BA, Near laminate
For more information or to apply online, visit across from Chipley Pond $700 mth/plus de- & elementary school $375 4d Acres Cattle Pasture
www.freedom.com see "Careers" I I High School. 638-7700 I posit, references required. month. Pets allowed. Land. 10 Acres Hay/
Equal Opportunity Employer Drug-free Workplace I www.chipleyofficefor 850-579-4317 or Available June 6. 956-2267 i Fenced/cross fenced/ 8 10
Equal Opportunity Employer -Drug-free Workplace lease.com 850 water./Jackson Co. 54-76115-2059
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newspaper or (866)742-1373 for AIRLINES ARE HIRING Trainforhigh 71 -tesnenl Owner financing or cash. 2003 Ford Expedition,
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aid if qualified Job placement FallingWatersClub.com, or www. condition, 123K miles.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES assistance. CALL Aviation Institute TranquilityatCartersLake.com O M E S Blue weige t. $10,700
of Maintenance (888)349-5387. (800)200-7458.OBO. (850)527-3851
you earn $800 in a day? 30 Local ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE 131+/- Acres of property in Worth M OVED Rd#.1
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Computer available. Financial Aid. if Realty, LLC (229)890-1186. Worth $96,000. Only $33,400 Cold AC, PS/PB PW/PDL,
DVD player for the kids
Thousands Paid Daily 3-5k weekly qualified. Call (866)858-2121, www. CHIPLEY and is a rich caramel col-
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Details Call (800)679-7042 x 2351 NOW AVAILABLE! 2008 POST AUCTION-Winter Park (Orlando'), MARIANNA sell! The KBB for
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com. EXPERIENCE, PAID TRAINING, bidding June 24th. Auction ends 5397 Brown St., 3/2 beauraig atiful at 850-596-6093.
SA5397 Brown St., 3/2 beautiful Don t miss out on this nice
FED BENEFITS, VACATIONS. CALL July 8th onsite w/live webcast. www. farm home, hardwood floors, solid nice truck.
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES (800)910-9941 TODAY! REF #FLO8. abalauction.com (850)510-2501 wood inside & outside. Would cost
AB2387 $100,000 to build. Will sell for
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$20/hr or $57K/yr Incl. Fed. Ben, STEEL BUILDINGS Others in Vernon, Chatahoochee, 8--
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OT. Offer placed by Exam Services, SWIM-SPA Loaded, Never Used. Price includes home and 92 Freightliner, good for
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REAL ESTATE $14,900. 50x140x19 $41,600. Since 1960 2002 Chevrolet Z71. 4
Wheel Drive Extended
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Life Touch Services For Rent first in Chipley,
C&C Bookkeeping and Providing special care for Mini Warehouses. If you
Tax Service. Open 5 days your loved ones.olight d eon't have the room, "We
a week, 8am to 5pm. Call housekeeping, compan- Do" Lamar Townsend
0- (850)638-1483 ionship, private sitters, etc. (850)638-4539, north of
Call Jeannie: Home(850) Townsends.
in 547-5041, Cell: (850)
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ar ________8Mini Storage in Chipley.
Sl All sizes for rent, We fur-
enish the lock.
9- (850)326-2399
Carpentry, pressure wash-
Headliners and Vinyl ing, lawn care, patio & win- V
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the dow re-screening, great OHR
work at your home or rates. (850)638-4492
workplace.ReasonableM Mower Rpir &
rates on new vinyl tops .B&M M S ervice. Quality work at air &
and auto carpeting. Free Sfair price. Pickup & D aliva
estimates. Call anytime, ery Available. Bill or Mary
leave message. (850) ry Available. Bill or Mary
638-7351 Sod For Sale on the farm, (850)638-4492
delivered or installed. Cen-
tipede and 419 Bermuda. BILanco, Inc.
DA West Florida Turf Specializing in small load
(850)638-4860; delivery top soil, mush-
(850415-0385. Established room compost, rock ma-
CE N 1980 sonry sand and cypress
mulch. Call: 850-570-3776
Sod Sod Sod Quality you or 850-668-0058.
can depend on. Irrigated,
Cleaning or Companion weed & pestcontrolled SewingMachineandVac-
ouse cleaning, compan- Centipede and St. Augus- um Cleaner Repair, guar-
Housen, certified trained, local ineDelivery and install anteed service on all
references. Call tof Chley for easy cums makes and models. Free
-547-58768 or mr ndyf ea Bc estimates. Western Auto,
850-5475878 or tonr hauling, Call any- 216 N, Waukesha, Bonfay,
850-373-7476 time. Billy and Leola Brock 547-3910
(850) 638-1202; 326-1500
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