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@2005 Chipley Newspapers Inc.





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A Thursday morning wreck at the intersection of State Road 79
and Douglas Ferry Road (Cook's Corner) sent two people to area
hospitals. According to a local source, Cherry Hall was taken to Bay
Medical Center via AirHeart helicopter, while the driver of the other
vehicle was transported to Doctors Memorial Hospital in Bonifay.
Florida Highway Patrol, Washington County SheriffTs Department,
Five Points Volunteer Fire Department, Holmes County EMS and
Bonifay Volunteer Fire Department responded to the crash scene.




Council reviews


mundane matters


CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
The city of Chipley's monthly
workshop held little in the way of
surprises.
As is normally the case council
met Thursday afternoon to review
reports from various department
heads and the city administrator.
Mayor Tommy McDonald
promptly called the session to order
.at 4 p.m. and immediately delved
into department head updates.
. Although he was not there, Jim
,Lassiter, who heads up the city's
planning and zoning and code
,enforcement department, it was


noted his written report contained
nothing out of the ordinary, pro-
ducing no response from council
members.
Police Chief Kevin Crews also
produced the required written re-
port.
Since he was at the meeting,
McDonald asked him, "What kind
of Christmas did we have?"
Crews replied, "One of the qui-
etest ever."
He also reported that a rash of
vehicle burglaries had apparently
been solved.
Crews explained four vehicles
See COUNCIL, Page 5


CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
James Seaboch, former Ver-
non High School band director,
has been suspended without pay,
pending resolution of a criminal
case against him.
Although details had been
worked out in advance between
lawyers for the school board and
Seaboch, a special called meet-
ing Tuesday night cemented the
action.
Seaboch was arrested on Oct
28 for two counts of lewd and
lascivious molestation. The case
involves two minors and inap-
propriate behavior over several
years.
School Board Attorney Ger-
ald Holley said the meeting
was being held to comply with
school board policy. He dis-
tributed a letter that spells out a
memorandum of understanding
between Seaboch and the school
board.
While the document allows
for suspension without pay, it
does not waive any rights Sea-
boch has to back pay.
"My recommendation is that
you all follow the letter's under-
standing," he said.
Prior to the unanimous vote
to suspend Seaboch without pay,
(he has been suspended with pay
since his arrest), School Board
Chairman Gary Clark asked if
the public wished to comment
on the pending action.
.. Sunny Hills resident and for-
mer District 5 commissioner,
Lou Tracy spoke on Seaboch's
behalf.
"I have had a son and daugh-
ter in the band program," he
said. "They have been all over
the southeastern United States
with Mr. Seaboch.
"We as a family and as a com-
munity are concerned. You need
to make sure a man is guilty be-
fore dismissing his pay.
"Anyone of us at this table
could have charges, brought on
us. Keep in mind that this man
has not been convicted of any-
thing.
"As a family we ask that the
board reconsider eliminating his
pay."
Holley explained the action
had been concurred by Seaboch
on advice of his counsel.
Tracy's wife added, "This
says the board will not support
our teachers."
Johnathon Miller, a senior at
VHS and co-captain of the band
voiced his support of the former


Members of the Vernon High School band are commended at Tues-
day night's special school board meeting. After the meeting, they
discussed matters, from left, John Hawkins, school board member
from District 3, Johnathon Miller, Michael Merring and School


Board Chairman Gary Clark.
band director.
"He is without a doubt one of
the better men I know," Miller
said. "I owe him a lot. He has
given me chances.
"Whatever you decide, you


Lou Tracy expresses concern
over James Seaboch's loss of a
paycheck.

have my support. I would like
him to be paid. He's very dear
to my heart."
Miller went on to explain
that he and band captain,
Michael Merring had been
spending three hours each day
instructing the Vernon Middle
School band.
It seems the person hired
to step in as a temporary re-
placement found the rigors of
teaching at both schools to be


beyond her capabilities, thus the
student involvement.
Miller said this juggling of
schedules will not be possible
with the new schedule because
course loads are too heavy.
When this situation was
brought to the school board's
attention, Superintendent Cal-
vin Stevenson said he would
take care of it immediately, en-
suring band education for VMS
students.
Miller's comments ended
the public input portion of the
meeting.
Clark, however, explained the
situation further.
"Mr. Seaboch personally
chose to have a hearing without
his presence," he explained.
"This board, I can assure you,
will not be the judge and jury."
Clark went on to say the courts
will determine Seaboch's future,
and the Florida Department of
Education will review his teach-
ing certificate.
In addition, Clark took time
to congratulate Miller and Mer-
ring for their service to the VMS
band students. He complimented
their efforts and assured them
Stevenson would see to it that a
band director would be in place
for both schools at the earliest
possible time. According to one
of the parents in attendance at
the meeting, with band concert
season beginning in the very
near future, hiring of an ap-
propriate director would be a
welcome event.


Year in Review:

JANUARY
* Patrick Schlenker brings im-
pressive healthcare credentials to
Washington County.
SNorthwest Florida Healthcare,
'Inc. (NWFH), the corporation
~tat will lease Northwest Florida
Community Hospital (NWFCH)
6fr the next 40 years, is led by
Schlenker.
SSchlenker is acting president
:of the corporation, while his wife,
Vicky, who is also a healthcare
professional, serves as vice pres-
ident.
With over 39 years in the busi-
ness, Schlenker's background in
-healthcare is extensive.
Schlenker is a certified health-
care executive with the American
:College of Healthcare Execu-
:tives.


NWFCH concerns permeate first quarter news.


Chipley Tiger men's basketball
played in the limelight in early Jan-
uary and, much to the surprise of
the experts, came away with a 61-
55 win over the visiting Sydney,
Australia Westfield Sports School
team.
The people operating NASA's
Spirit have received the first color
pictures from the rover and a
congratulatory call from the pres-
ident.
NASA's jet propulsion labo-
ratory, based in Pasadena, Calif.,
is where the mission to Mars is
managed. After the president's
congratulatory call on Tuesday, the
Spirit team awakened the rover with
the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's
rendition of Hail to the Chief.
Spirit sent its first signals to
Pasadena on Saturday, Jan. 3. It


landed within an area known as
Gusev Crater.
Color images from several shots
are used to form the picture accom-
panying this article. Spirit's pan-
oramic camera took 12 contiguous
frames that the camera team com-
bined into the mosaic.
"This is the day we've been
waiting for," said Dr. Jim Bell of
Cornell University, leader of the
panoramic camera team.
Vernon received some bad
news from their engineer at the
first meeting of the new year.
They have been denied for Phase
II funding in the $500,000 hazard
mitigation grant application.
Randy Lane from Baskerville-
Donovan, the, city's engineer of
record, said, "FEMA (Federal
Emergency Management Agency)


has denied phase two funding."
Lane explained the city had
filled out a pre-application in
2002. "As the project is refined,'
that is changed. At the end of
the design phase, the project is
revisited."
A Chipley man ran from
Washington County deputies in
mid-January, without luck on his
side.
Robert Alden Spencer, 49,
of Bonnett Pond Road south of
Wausau, was arrested after a
long chase by deputies and a dog
team.
A deputy ran around.to the
back of the home, and saw Spen-
cer standing on the edge of the
woods.
"When the deputy called out to
Spencer, he ran into the woods,


and the search began," said Sheriff
Fred Peel.
The tracking team from Wash-
ington Correctional Institution
was called in. The dogs were able
to find Spencer's trail and followed
it for several hours, going through
swamps and woods.
The trail later turned back
toward Spencer's home, where
deputies returned to question his
wife.
"The victim was too frightened
to reveal that Spencer had come
back and was hiding from the dep-
uties," Peel said. "The WCI track-
ing team did an excellent job."
Members of Washington
County Board of County Con-

See 2004, Page 5


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2, Washington County News, Saturday, January 8, 2005


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r Years Aol


Taken from the files of the
Washington County News


A


Sunny Hills Garden Club's Christmas decorating contest was won by, left
couple, Pat and Pablo Irizarry, who live at the corner of Sunny Hills Bou-
levard and Quintara Court. The presentation was made Dec. 23 by Margaret
Eckerle and John Michalski.


Following the official presentation of the Outstanding Yard of Merit award,
Pablo Irizarry hastened to the front yard to place the sign designating his
yard as the best decorated in Sunny Hills.


5 YEARS AGO, 2000
An American flag and
a flag pole, donated by
American Legion Post
42, Graceville, were
dedicated during cere-
monies at Shivers Park
in Chipley.
Washington County
Sheriff's Deputy Rich-
ard Cowan was picked
by VFW officials as their
1999 Officer of the Year.
Catie Renee Owens
wrote the News' Santa to
ask for a go-cart "where I
can hit the road," a horse
"I can ride around with
it," and a 4-willer where
I can ride and ride and
ride around."
10 YEARS AGO, 1995
Chipley Postal Clerk
Wayne Palmer was named
Employee of the Year
by Postmaster Kermit
Wright, who presented
him with an engraved
plaque.
Chipley City Council
voted to set the minimum
wage for city employees
at $4.75, fifty cents above
the state minimum.
30 YEARS AGO, 1975
Cherie Hicks of Vernon
High School was named
a "Voice of Democracy"
contest winner.
Robb Combs was
president of the Student
Government Association
at Washington-Holmes
Area Vocational-Tech-
nical Center. Vice presi-
dents were Donie Combs
and Sherry Hall. Cathy
Roche was treasurer, and.
Latima Register was sec-


retary.
40 YEARS AGO, 1965
Chipley contractor
Bryant Thurman assumed
the duties of sheriff. He
succeeded George Watts,
who had held the office
for a record three terms
in a row.
Farrell Nelson was re-
elected chairman of the
school board at a reorga-
nizational meeting.
50 YEARS AGO, 1955
Marlon Brando and
Jean Simmons were
starring in "Desiree"
at the Vance Theatre in
Chipley.
Peanut growers in
this area were not taking
kindly to a plan to relax
restrictions on peanut
imports.
Chipley High School
band members were col-
lecting money to make
a trip to Tallahassee for
Leroy Collins' inaugural
as governor.
60 YEARS AGO, 1945
Misses Katrina Wil-
liams and Dorothy Wells
came home from Ander-
son Junior College in
South Carolina to spend.
the holidays with friends
and relatives.
Mrs. Eva Shrivalle of
Valdosta, Ga., was spend-
ing the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs.:
S.A. Alford.
Hilliard McClellan,
a senior at Gordon In-
stitute, Barnesville, Ga.,
was home for Christmas.
70 YEARS AGO, 1935
Mr. and Mrs. G.B.


Carter and children ol
Orlando came to spend
the holidays with Mr. and
Mrs. J.J. Williams.
Mrs. Crate Coleman
made a trip to Pensacola
on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. G.C.
Hicks of Millers Ferry
were trading in Chipley
on Thursday.
90 YEARS AGO,1915
Miss, Irene Tuggle,
who had worked in the
local post office for:quite
a while, accepted a po-
sition in the post office
in Marianna.:
Among the many
visitors in town for the
Yuletide season were
the following students:
the Misses Vivian and
Lucy Daniel of Shorter
at Rome, Ga., the Misses
Nela Wells and Zilla
Hutchinson of Talla-
hassee, and Miss Dannie
Williams of Palmer Col-
lege.
Judd Laney left Mon-
day for a visit to his folks
in the Carolinas.
100 YEARS AGO, 1905
Arthur McGeachy
planned to enter the state
university at Chapel Hill,
N.C., as a student.
Two steamers were:
docked in Vernon.
Among those visiting
in Chipley were Walker
Wilson of River Junction,
Julian Wilson of Hattis-
burg, Miss., and Emmett
Wilson of Marianna.
Joe Brown and little
daughter of Noma vis-
ited relatives in Chipley
during the week. --


Dizziness, Balance Workshop


The Irizarrys yard is quite the showplace with lights, giant bulbs, Santa Claus
mounting the rooftop and a manger scene protected from the elements by
the garage eaves.



Commissioners announce


special meeting for Jan. 18


Washington County
Council on Aging is
sponsoring a dizziness/
balance workshop at 10
a.m. on January 10.
The workshop pre-
sented by Vestibular
Balance and Hearing
Services, Inc., could
prove to be valuable to
someone who has fallen,
felt dizzy, or sometimes
loses their balance.
It will explain how
the vestibular system
operates, symptoms of
vestibular disorders,
how testing is done to


.determine if there is a
disorder, and how phys-
ical therapy can benefit
the individual.
Falls are a number one
problem in the elderly.
Approximately 50 per-
cent of them fall at least
once a year, according to
the journal of the Amer-
ican Geriatric Society.
At least one half of the
elderly people who fall
do so repeatedly.
After the workshop,
appointments will be set
up for evaluations for
those elderly that need


testing.
After testing each
elderly person has ar
evaluation report gener-
ated with recommended
rehabilitation and those
reports are given to the re-
habilitation department of
their choice to prescribe
therapy.
This service is ap-
proved by Medicare
B, Medicaid and most
third-party insurance
companies.
Those wishing to attend
the workshop, should call
638-6216 or 638-6217.


There will be a special
called meeting of the
Board of County Com-
missioners of Washington
County at 8 a.m. Jan.
18, 2005, in the regular
meeting room located at
1331 South Boulevard in
Chipley.
At said time and place,
the board will hold both a
public workshop session
and an executive session
to discuss settlement ne-
gotiations and litigation
expenditures in pending
litigation.
The public session will
be called to order at 8
a.m., at which time the
chairman will announce
the commencement and


estimated length of the
attorney-client executive
session. At the conclusion
of the attorney-client ex-
ecutive session, the public
session will be reopened
and the chairman will an-
nounce the termination of
the attorney-client execu-
tive session.
The only persons enti-
tled to attend the attorney-
client executive session
will be the members of the
County Commission, the
chief executive officer of
the County Commission,
and the attorney for the
County Commission.
A certified court re-
porter will record and
transcribe the entire ex-


ecutive session, and the
transcript will be made a
part of the public record
upon conclusion of the
litigation.
SThe agenda for the pub-
lic workshop session is as
follows:
1. To discuss policies
relating to paving and/
or working on county
roads,
2. To discuss building
department issues, in-
cluding permit fees.
3. To discuss any other
issues relating to county
policies and procedures.
Those with questions
may call the adminis-
trative office at (850)
638-6200.


A mature driving class
for individuals age 50 and
over will be held Jan. 11
and 12, beginning at 8:30
a.m. and ending at 12:30
p.m.
The eight-hour course,
co-sponsored by Wash-
ington County Council
on Aging and AARP, was
developed for the senior
driver with years of driv-


ing experience.
The National Safety
Council course reviews
basic driving knowledge,
new traffic laws, and in-
troduces technique to help
offset the effects of the
aging process on driver
performance. It is geared
to your safety needs and
helps to compensenate for
age-related changes.


This mature driving
course is approved by
the DHSMV for a three-
year insurance premium
reduction.
There is no testing and
only a minimal course fee
of $10. To enroll, call the
office of the Washington
County Council on Ag-
ing at (850) 638-6216 or
628-6217


Art Classes


Residents who would
like to try their hand at
painting, learn a new tech-
nique or just gather with
others who share their in-
terest in art should apply
for classes at the Wash-


ington County Council
on Aging (WCOA).
Qualified instructors
meet with students on
Tuesday and Thursday
mornings, as well as
every other Thursday


afternoon, according to
the students' needs.
Costs vary from $9 to
$18 per lesson.
For more information,
call (850) 638-6216 or
638-6217.


Mature Driving Class















Tigers finish fourth in


Bay Barnstorm Classic


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Chipley wrapped up a
busy holiday week with a
fourth-place finish at the
Bay Barnstorm Classic
basketball tournament
on Dec. 31.
The Tigers opened the
tournament with their
usual aggressive play and
dominated the Walton
Braves in their opening
round, 69-50, win.
The Tigers eased out to
an early 16-10 first-quar-
ter lead behind stingy
defense and excellent
passing to set up an in-
side game.
The second quarter
was all Chipley as they
scored the first 18 points
and extended their lead.
Decoya White and
Deon Kennedy hit three
pointers during the run
and practically put the
game out of reach before
halftime.
The Tigers improved
:to 9-0 on the year and
are currently ranked
sixth in the most recent
high school polls.
Chipley Coach Tony
Davis said, "We really
needed to pressure them
to get turnovers, that's
what we did and the
team capitalized on the
'-ni 'stakes. ,
White' led afl scorers
with 21, followed by
SKennedy with 17 and'
Patrick Spencer with 11.
The following night,
Sthe Tigers had the task
of battling tournament
host Bay High.
Bay advanced the
night before with a win
over Cottondale.
The Tornados found a
way to out-last the Tigers
and pulled away in the
waning minutes to post
a 77-73 victory.
The two squads battled
to nearly even with just
over a minute to play.
Bay's Rodney Hayes
Took over from there and


In this file photo, Decoya White makes his magic work
against arch-rival, Holmes County.


put his team on his back,
scoring the final seven
points and securing the
win.
Bay jumped out to an
early lead and held a 15-7
lead at the end of the first
period.
The Tigers cut into
the lead behind a big
three-pointer by Deon
Kennedy.
Bay regrouped and
pulled away to secure a
41-33 lead.
Torrey Simmons
pulled the game within
one at 59-58, late in the
fourth period.
The loss was the first
for the Tigers this year.
In the consolation
game tie foi]dwing night -
t e Tigers were matched
up against the team from
Lowndes Ga.
The Tigers showed
signs of the battle against
Bay the night before and
struggled most of the
night.
In what was certainly
the worst game of the
year for the Tigers, they
suffered their second
straight loss in as many
nights, falling 60-52.
Lowndes possessed a
bigger lineup and was
able to pass over the Chi-
pley press, and handled
the pressure. Without
the luxury of a press-
ing defense the Tigers'


size proved to be their
downfall.
Lowndes took advan-
tage of the Tigers tired
legs and pulled away in
the second quarter be-
hind a 15-3 run.
The run gave Lowndes
a 31-27 halftime edge.
The third period
proved to be the break-
ing point as the Tigers
were held scoreless for
over nine minutes, and
fell behind by 16.
The Tigers were led by
Patrick Spencer with 17
points. Decoya White
finished with 12, while
James Staten added 13.
The Tigers didn't have
time to lick their wounds
as- they opened district
pla4y againsts. ai t'6ough
Ponce de Leon team on
Tuesday night.
The Team found a way
to win as they held off the
Pirates for a 49-48 vic-
tory.
A last second attempt
was off target giving the
Tigers the all-important
district win.
Decoya White led all
scorers with 17 points.
The win improves
Chipley to 10-2, 1-0 in
district.
Chipley Coach Tony
Davis said, "It's been a
tough few weeks, but we
came through it and we
moving forward."


American Wrestling
Federation will have a
show this evening, Sat-
urday, Jan. 8, at the T.J.
Roulhac Center in Chi-
pley. The show begins at
8 p.m.
A spokesperson for
the AWF said "Season's
Beatings" on Christmas
night was a huge suc-
cess.
Mr. Irresistible de-
feated Bad Boy Leroy,
Chris Impact defeated
Bombzaloco, as ordered


by the Board of Directors,
Dandy Jack was forced to
wrestle.
Dandy Jack and Ghost
Face had to wrestle Cam-
eron Frost in a handicap
match. In the end it was
Dandy Jack who was
pinned by Cameron Frost
for the win.
Bombzaloco, Ghost
Face, Chris Impact, and
Mr. Irresistible wrestled
in a four-corner's match.
The winner gets a
TV title match at 'a later


date.
In the end it was Chris
Impact who was victo-
rious in the match.
Mr. Hardcore took on
T-Bolt for the AWF cham-
pionship. Mr. Hardcore
tried everything to win,
and even with the help of
Chris Impact, he was still
unsuccessful in defeating
the champ.
T-Bolt was the winner.
For more information
about AWF, call (850)
638-7183.


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Austin Adkison, with sister Ashley Adkison, show off their Grand Champion Li-
misouin at the North Florida Fair.


Justin Sewell wins 12th-Grade Showmanship and has the Grand Champion
Simmetal heifer at the North Florida Youth Fair in Tallahassee.


4-H'ers shop 'til t
Washington County 4-H seven. They had collected
Livestock Club is con- money from club members
tinuing one of their goals and were able to spend close
to perform community to $500 to bring Christmas
service activities through- to a family that might not
out the year. This year, the have been able to enjoy the
club chose to do some shop- season.
ping for an underprivileged The members met later
family...and best of all, they with other club members
had fun doing it. at the Marco home to wrap
Six members and one the gifts which were taken
alumni took time out of to Children and Family
their busy holiday sched- Services for delivery to the
ule to shop for a family os family.


hey drop
Helping with the shop-
ping were Club President
Ethan Solger, Vice President
Phillip Draayom; Chaplain
Kaitlyn Prichard; LynnZee
Webb, Aven Pitts, Allison
Marco, and alumni Alaina
Pitts, along with their driv-
er, Diane Webb, and Club
Leader Katie Marco.
A spokesman said "they
enjoyed it so much that they
plan on doing it again next
year."


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Calie Gilbert wins Reserve Champion Simmetal heifer in Tallahassee.


WC Livestock Club members

make fine showing in Tallahassee


In early December Washington County 4-H Livestock Club member Lynn Zee Webb
attended Livestock Judging Evaluation School in Gainesville at the University of
Florida. She is seen here with, from left, Dr. Tim Marshall, professor of animal
science youth extension; Larry Eubanks, meat science specialist; and Jesse Savell,
beef teaching unit manager.


Members of the Wash-
ington County 4-H Live-
stock Club participated
again this year in the
North Florida Fair. The
show wrapped up their
2004 season.
Austin Adkison had
the Grand Champion
Limousin.
Justin Sewell showed
the Grand Champion
Simmental.


Callie Gilbert had the
Reserve Grand Champion
Simmental.
"These kids have
worked very hard pre-
senting their animals",
a club spokesman said.
"Most of them have been
working with the animals
since before June. Their
work does not end in the
show ring. Most feed
their animals twice a day


and regularly groom them
to keep them looking
their best." The 2004-05
season culminates with
the Washington County
Youth Fair in Chipley the
last week of February.
Anyone who has not
seen a show may want
to mark their calendars
to stop by the Ag Center
and support the local 4-H
Livestock Club.


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Council
around the bingo hall at Harrell
Square had been broken into in
recent weeks.
"We set up a sting operation
and cleared them up," he said.
Also reporting was Parks and
Recreation Director Guy Lane.
He said maintenance is on-
going at the four city parks.
Also, basketball registration for
the 2005 season is underway, with
games slated to begin Jan. 22.
"We are doing work on the
ball fields (at PALS Park),"
Lane reported. ""We're doing
construction on the top field and
building," he added.
Councilwoman Karen Rustin
commended the work.
"Those upper fields are look-
ing good," she commented.
It was also mentioned a grand
opening for the city's newest ad-
dition, Northside Park, should
be arranged sometime in late
January.
Tod Barfield, who heads up the
city's public works office, was the
recipient of words of appreciation
for his crews' work on the city's
Christmas decorations.
"Downtown looks mighty bare
without those Christmas lights,"
McDonald complained.
"Tod, you folks did a great
job," he quickly complimented
Barfield and his staff.
Fire Chief Floyd Aycock's
report indicated three new mem-
bers have been voted into the
department. They are Mathew
Cook, Steven Shelley and Heath
Riley.
All will begin a 220-hour
Firefighter I class, made available
through Chipola College. Aycock
said the new members will take
a state board examination at the
conclusion of instruction.
Councilman Price Wilson
asked what qualifications were
necessary to become a fire-
fighter.
The chief explained anyone
who is considering this line
of volunteer work would have
to fill out an application, be
physically able, voted in by the
standing membership, attend
firefighter training and pass the
state board.
It was also mentioned that the
Toys for Kids campaign, which
was a joint operation between

2004
sioners, Northwest Florida
Community Hospital (NW-
FCH) and Northwest Florida
Healthcare, Inc. (NWFH)
were served with a lawsuit
in January.
Cbouty Attorney Gerald
Holley made the announce-
ment during Washington
County Commission's Jan-
uary meeting.
The suit, which asks for in-
junctive and declaratory relief
regarding two leases recently
executed, was filed in circuit
court on Wednesday. It was
brought by James A. Clem-
mons, M.D. and Ronnie B.
Finch, both members of the
hospital's board of trustees.
"The whole thing is to make
sure the money is accounted
for," Finch said. "There has
been no accounting so far and
that disturbs me."
A lawsuit aimed at stop-
ping the lease of Northwest
Florida Community Hospital
came to a screeching halt-
at the hands of Judge Glen
Hess.
Speedy trial?
Maybe not trial, but a
speedy hearing is what
hospital trustees Ronnie B.
Finch and Dr. James Clem-
mons got in the most recent
attempt to put the brakes on
the lease of Northwest Florida
Community Hospital (NW-
FCH) to Patrick and Vickie
Schlenker's recently-formed
corporation, Northwest Flor-
ida Healthcare, Inc.
In a hearing, which was
held in Washington County
Court Monday afternoon,
Judge Glenn Hess granted
motions to dismiss filed
by attorneys for the defen-
dants, NWFCH, NWFH and
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners.
"I always thought we had
a right to bring issues to the
court for resolution," Finch
said. "Hess said individual
taxpayers cannot be allowed
to disrupt governmental pro-
cess by bringing suit.
"He said that even if it is
perceived as a bad decision,
taxpayers would have to abide


by it."
"I just think it's a shame the
public can't be heard," Finch
concluded.
Members of Washington
County Firefighters Asso-
ciation met for their annual
banquet and awards ceremony
at Sunny Hills Community
Center in mid-January.
The get-together was a
celebration of the volunteer
spirit, which is obviously
alive and well in Washington


the fire department, Chipley Po-
lice Department and Washington
County EMS, provided toys and
food for 90 children and their
families this year.
Aycock also announced a
grant of $1,500 had been applied
for, and, if successful, the money
will be used to purchase and dis-
tribute smoke alarms throughout
the city's fire district.
A written report from Water
Utilities Department Director
Tim Ray indicated nothing out
of the ordinary.
In Ray's absence, City Ad-
ministrator Jim Morris said the
Blackman well is operating as
expected, with no problems
reported.
Morris's own report was an
update on ongoing projects, with
little change over the holiday
month.
SIt was mentioned, however,
that the new water tank on the
north side of town is 90% com-
plete. It will be painted light blue,
and will include the city's logo.
City Clerk Patti Yates' report
indicated 60 residents had util-
ity disconnects in the month of
December.
She also said the city's audit
is ongoing.
"Everything is OK so far," she
said. "It's going real smoothly."
Following the reports, council
heard from Andy Compton, who
is heading up the Dixie Majors
Baseball Tournament.
He said 20 teams from all over
the state will converge on Chipley
to play the annual set of games.
Boys between the ages of 15 and
18 will make the county seat their
home for one week in July.
Compton reasoned the eco-
nomic impact of such an event
should justify support of ev-
eryone in the county.
At last month's Washington
County Commission meeting,
Compton secured a promise
$1,000 in funding from com-
missioners.
He told council that Morris
was at the meeting where Coun-
ty Commissioner Lenzy Corbin
challenged the city, through
its administrator, to match the
county's contribution.
McDonald advised Yates to
put the question on the Tuesday


From Page 1
meeting agenda.
In other business, Rustin
gave the monthly animal control
report.
She said shelter personnel
handled 113 calls, picked up 126
animals, euthanized 69, with
eight adoptions and five animals
returned to their owners.
Rustin also asked if the city
had ever given any thought
to limiting the number of an-
imals residents can have at their
homes.
She said the question was
raised because of complaints
about one party who has over 20
cats at her house.
Morris was advised to research
the matter.
When given an opportunity
to bring individual matters to the
table, Councilwoman Linda Cain
asked about progress on Church
Street upgrades.
Morris told her it was 85%
complete.
Assistant City Administrator
Dan Miner advised striping,
grass and other minor improve-
ments had to be finished in order
to call the project finished.
Cain then announced the city
did not get additional grant mon-
ies for refurbishing the old city
hall.
She said the state funded 47
applications, with Chipley fin-
ishing 75th overall.
"One thing that was against
us," Cain advised, "is that we
didn't use previous monies."
It was determined that an
item would be placed on the
regular meeting agenda, which
would allow council to consider
putting architectural services out
for bid.
Primary concerns are win-
dows, roofing, and heating and
air conditioning.
"If we don't fix the roof," Cain
advised, "we're going to lose the
building."
ANational Register of Historic
Places designation for the struc-
ture should be forthcoming on
Jan. 28. "This will open up federal
funding," McDonald said.
Cain also said council should
consider longevity awards for city
employees. This matter, as well,
will be considered at January's
regular council meeting.


Saturday, January 8, 2005, Washington County News, 5



Dec. 27-Jan. 3
Blackmon, Eddie Clyde Sr., B/M, 49, Chipley; possession of cocaine, pos-
session of paraphernalia; arrested 12/30.
Blackmon, Stacy Tyrone, B/M, 29, Chipley; violation of probation; ar-
rested 12/30.
Bowers, Eric Alonzo, B/M, 36, Ebro; no charges listed; arrested 12/28.
Carter, James Cary, W/M, 36, Chipley; no charges; arrested 12/28.
Cone, Shawn Patrick, W/M, 28, Vernon; violation of probation; arrested
12/29.
Davis, James Willie, B/M, 27, Chipley; violation of probation; arrested
12/29.
Ferguson, Kay Ellen, W/F, 37, Panama City; driving under the influence,
driving while license suspended; arrested 12/28.
Fortune, Penny Marie, W/F, 37, Panama City; trespassing; arrested 12/
28.
Friedrich, Vincente Braga, W/M, 27, Pensacola; driving while license
suspended; arrested 1/1.
Gibson, Tony Ray, W/M, 45, Bonifay; battery; arrested 12/31.
Green, Kelly Robin, W/F, 23, Chipley; violation of probation; arrested
1/1.
Harrison, Linda Diane, W/F, 40, Chipley; burglary, larceny; arrested 12/
31.
Hayes, Lamont Jerome, B/M, 28, Campbellton; possession of cocaine;
arrested 12/31.
Hudson, Arthur Lee, B/M, 23, Caryville; violation of probation; arrested
12/27.
Kent, Shane Daniel, W/M, 24, Graceville; issuing worthless checks, bur-
glary; arrested 12/27.
Kirkland, Randy Eugene Jr., W/M, 19, Chipley; burglary, larceny; arrested
12/30.
Mathis, Sara Marlene, W/F, 54, Tampa; burglary, larceny; arrested 1/2.
Phillips, Brian Edward, W/M, 31, Bonifay; sexual assault; arrested 1/1.
Prather, Sandra Irene, W/F, 42, Chipley; violation of probation; arrested
12/30.
Thomas, Robert Lee, W/M, 50, Chipley; possession of cocaine; arrested
12/30.
Trimachi, Taryn Concetta, W/F, 23, Caryville; battery; arrested 1/1.
Troublefield, Tavares Geneard, B/M, 26, Caryville; trafficking cocaine,
possession of marijuana; arrested 12/31.
Warren, Alvin Geneard Sr., W/M, 46, Wausau; sexual offense against
child; arrested 12/29.
Whidden, Wesley Shannon, W/M, 40, Vernon; driving while license sus-
pended, attached tag not assigned, failure to appear; arrested 12/28.
Williams, Stephen Brian, W/M, 28, Westville; violation of probation; ar-
rested 12/31.
Information in this column is taken from official public records on file
with the Washington County Sheriff's Department.


From Page 1


County.
As is the case in such
circles, those in the select
brotherhood are honored by
their peers for meritorious
service, among other things.
This year's recipients of
the Al Pyfrom M'r-itoridtus
Award, Jason Alderman,
Floyd Aycock, Steve Os-
trowski and Kris Parker, from
Chipley's Fire Department,
responded to a crash on May
22, 2003.
While at the scene, an-
other vehicle hydroplaned
and ended up in a farm pond.
The four firemen entered the
body of water and rescued the
occupants of the car.
Wayne Wright, who works
out of the Greenhead fire sta-
tion, received a certificate of
recognition for his valiant ef-
forts in trying to save the life
of an infant.
New this year was the
Leon Sexton Distinguished
Service Award, which was
presented to Bryan Pierce of
Five Points VFD, who is also
a paramedic.
Pierce was recognized for
his unselfish commitment
to his craft. He spent 20
Saturday of his own time
teaching basic fire fighting to
fellow firefighters.
Vernon City Council was
once again bombarded with
rhetoric about an off again,
on again cemetery at Vernon
Evangalistic Church.
At what can best be de-
scribed as an exercise in
futility, two lawyers, several
residents and four Vernon
City Council members were
unable to bring to a conclu-
sion an issue that has been on
the table for two and one half
years.
Attorneys Stan Trappe
and Kerry Adkison ex-
changed conflicting ideas
about the cemetery, Adkison
representing Hayward Brock,
who opposes the land use;
and Trappe, representing the
church.
Councilman Thomas
Reynolds made a motion to
approve the cemetery, which
was followed by a second, for
discussion, by Councilwoman
Narvel Armstrong.
She said the only problem
she had with the cemetery was
the planning commission's
refusal to recommend ac-
ceptance. "Why didn't they
accept it?" she asked.
Some mumbled discussion
at the council table indicated
they would rather wait until
the full council was in atten-
dance. They were cautioned


against this course of action
because a motion had already
been made and seconded, re-
quiring a vote.
The resulting 2-2 vote,
CouncilwomanVivianBrewer
was absent from the proceed-
ings, killed the request:
Reynolds then made a mo-
tion to approve, with condi-
tions, which was not seconded
because he refused to state the
conditions.
He went on to say the mat-
ter was between two neighbors
and the city had no business
handling the issue, which has
been his stand on many other
zoning and code enforcement
problems Vernon has faced in
recent months.
Even though no decision
was made, discussion after
the meeting indicated it is
not a dead issue. The city
can expect to see it raised at
a future meeting.
Officers from the Wash-
ington County Sheriff's
Department and Bay County
Meth Drug Task Force
(MADD) served a search war-
rant Jan. 22, without incident,
at a home at 5363 Amethyst
Lane, Chipley. The house is
1/4 mile north of the Bay-
Washington county line.
Washington County Sheriff
Fred Peel said the bust, which
uncovered over 6,000 grams
of methamphetamine oil,
may be the largest ever in the'
Panhandle.
Officers arrested Mikel Ste-
phen Carroll, 33, who lives in
the Southport area. He faces
a multitude of charges after
a small quantity of finished
meth, lab paraphernalia and
the oil was discovered. Car-
roll was the only person found
at the scene.
Methamphetamine oil is in
a precursor state and can be
converted to the crystal form
of meth.
"Processing a lab, re-
gardless of size, is time and
manpower consuming," Peel
explained. "Because of the
volatile nature of some of
the chemicals, great care is
needed to protect the search-
ing officers from contami-
nation." He also commended
all participating agencies
for their teamwork and as-
sistance.
Carroll was booked into the
Washington County Jail and
charged with possession of
cannabis less than 20 grams,
possession of drug para-
phernalia, possession of listed
chemicals (pseudoephedrine),
manufacture of drug para-
phernalia, possession of listed


chemical (ether), manufacture
of methamphetamine, traf-
ficking in methamphetamine
greater than 200 grams and
possession of listed chemical
(acetone).
FEBRUARY
A la% suit that has dogged-
Sacred Heart Health System
and Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital for over two
years was finally settled.
According to Bob Cox,
attorney for former NWFCH
emergency physicians; who
brought the suit after they
were fired by Sacred Heart, an
agreement has been reached.
Although Cox would not
divulge the monetary award
involved, he did say, "Both
sides compromised."
Hospital CEO Patrick
Schlenker echoed Cox's
sentiment. "We've agreed to
agree. I am very, very pleased
at that," he said. "We look for-
ward to a new day."
The lawsuit concerned the
emergency room,contracts
of Drs. Ahmad Ismail, Mo-
hammad Yunus, Muhammad
Amin, Sohail Khan, Amer
Malik and Muhammad Za-
far.
According to court doc-
uments, the doctors were
dismissed by Sacred Heart
because their credentials
did not satisfy the Health
System's requirements.
Patrick Schlenker and his
company, Northwest Florida
Healthcare Inc., may not
have formally taken over
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital (NWFCH) in
early February, but he moved
forward with aggressive plans
to upgrade, staff, and improve
the facility.
A $1 million emergency
room expansion will incor-
porate state-of-the-art tech-
nology and an open floor plan
that will have nine, glass-en-
closed emergency treatment
rooms wrapped around a
central nurse's station. There
will also be a comfortable
waiting room for patients
needing treatment and their
families.
Sidney Jack Roche Sr.
of Washington County was
awarded the Meritorious Ser-
vice Medal by the Sons of the
American Revolution.
This is the highest award
a Chapter may make to a
member.
Col. Roache received his
medal at a joint meeting of
the St. Andrew Bay Chapter
of the Daughters of the Amer-
ican Revolution and the Pan-
ama City Chapter of the Sons


of the American Revolution,
of which he is a member.
While the citation says
much about Roache, it does
not adequately reflect that he
is a member of an historically
significant and distinguished
Washington County family.
His family settled in the
territory of Florida near
Vernon and have contributed
countless outstanding leaders
throughout the state.
Members of Basker-
ville-Donovan, Chipley's
engineering firm of record
in the aggressive multi-mil-
lion dollar facilities upgrade
plan, visited a city council
workshop to give an update
on their progress.
Tom Bryant and Tami Ray
explained financing options
that will allow the city to
install a much-needed cen-
trifuge. Because of continuing
costly maintenance issues,
this installation is considered
of primary importance.
Speaking at the city's
monthly workshop, Ray said
the city could take committed
funds, place them in an in-
terest-bearing CD, because of
Chipley's purchasing policy.
The city could then bor-
row the money needed for
the project. Bryant added the
process would satisfy state
requirements.
It was mentioned, during
the course of the discussion,
that $100,000 of the money
was sitting in Tallahassee,
earmarked for Chipley. It,
of course, is drawing no in-
terest.
City Administrator Jim
Morris said, "If we get enough
money in grants over the next
30 years, we may never have
to pay the loan back."
Planning on infuriating
a group of landlords, just tell
them they will be responsible
for their tenant's utility bills.
Chipley City Council tried
to do just that and opened a
hornet's nest.
When council members
arrived at their Feb. 10 meet-
ing, they found a room full of
home owners ready to do bat-
tle over a proposed city ordi-
nance that would have placed
the ultimate responsibility for
tenant's water, sewer, gas and
garbage collection bills smack
dab in their laps.
Mayor Tommy McDonald
short-circuited the land own-
ers' ire by removing the of-
fending piece of legislation
from the agenda before the
meeting began in earnest.
He immediately called for a
workshop on the matter.


When considered for
adoption, another ordinance,
number 845, draw negative
feedback from one of the
home owners, John Ostrows-
ki. The proposed ordinance
is code enforcement-related
and serves to refine language,
on what creates a hazard to
residents.
It updates language in
Section 11, Private Property
Standards, of the City Code,
to make it uniform with cur-
rent Florida Statutes.
Ordinance Number 845
defines public nuisance, au-
tomobile abandonment and
attractive nuisance dangerous
to children and the welfare of
the general public.
Ostrowski took issue with
the increased role code en-
forcement is playing in Chi-
pley. "We moved to Chipley
because it's easy going," he
said. "Now it's almost like a
police state."
When City Administrator
Jim Morris explained the
intent of revising the sec-
tion was to protect children,
Ostrowski accepted the
reasoning and withdrew his
objection.
After which, council unan-
imously adopted the proposed
ordinance.
At the workshop later that
same week, council reached
an understanding with land
owners.
In what was perceived as
an apology for the misun-
derstanding, Chipley City
Councilwoman Marion Lee
said, "We got some wrong
information. We were told
this was legal." She made the
comment during Thursday
evening's ordinance work-
shop.
Morris explained, "The la-
dies in the office have worked
hard on different scenarios.
Our view is we don't want to
penalize good- paying cus-
tomers for those who don't
pay their bills."
A hand-out, which ad-
dressed the issue at hand
showed a proposal for in-
creased utility deposits tc
eliminate a portion of the
bad debt.
According to Morris' fig-
ures, deposits for utilities will
go up approximately 33%,
across the board.
This action, coupled with
a reduction in the number of
grace period days and the in-
stallation of a state-of-the-art
meter reading system, will
serve to recoup a significant
portion of the lost funds.
... To Be Continued












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S WOOD split and deliv-
ered. Call for prices 547-
2961 or 850-253-5298
S1996 30FT HURRICANE
SlMotor Home. Well-main-
'iined. 547-3817, must
see!
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washington
County News, downtown
Chipley.
FOR SALE CEDAR lum-
ber. 1x8's, 1x10's, 1x12's,
all 8ft long. (850)638-
4860; cell 415-0385
HAY FOR SALE Bahia
hay rolls $20. You load for
only $18a roll. (850)258-
7191; 638-0165; 638-
1003
SLATE POOL TABLE
regulation size $700. 7
piece Marble & Oak liv-
ing room furniture set
$600. Oak Roll top com-
puter desk $400. 773-
3586 Mon-Thur after
4pm.
FOR SALE CDRW for a
PC. 48x42x48 new $18.
Phone 547-3541 eve-
nings.
LARGE CEDAR TREES
for sale. 638-3483




FOR SALE 1995 Red
Honda Shadow VLX
600cc. $3000. Looks &
runs like new. Call 547-
9942




FREE!! 2 CATS call Will-
iam. 638-2836
FOR SALE 2 year old
Filly, 9 month old Filly, 7
year old Gelding, 9 year
old Mare; all Registered
Black and White Paints.
850-326-3388 cell; 850-
547-9235 home.
7 YR OLD pony & 6
month old. $300 each.
263-5588; 527-0714
FOR SALE Shih-tzu, 8
month old male, to a good
home. $200 OBO. 547-
1688




ARBOR LANE NURS-
ERY High quality land-
scape trees & shrubs at
great prices. Winter is the
best time to plant. 2636
Bruner Dairy Rd.,
i Vernon. 535-9886
FOR RENT 17 acres, Ar-
gentine Bahia, $20 an
acre, 547-2307



DINING ROOM TABLE
leaf and six chairs. $600.
Sofa server table $300.
850-222-2113


MATTRESS SET NEW 81 CORVETTE NEW en- 2001 MITSUBISHI MON- 19980LDSMOBILE SIL-
king pillow-top mattress gine, mechanically great, TERO Limited. Fully HOUETTE Van dual air,
and base. In original garage kept for 13 yrs. loaded, excellent condi- CD player, leather, etc.
plastic, factory warranty, $8900. 535-1778 tion, V-6, Black/tan leath- Tan, 77,000 miles. Must
$295. (850)222-2113 2001 PONTIAC er, under 30,000 miles see anddrivetoappreci-
NEW LIVING ROOM set, MONTANA Van, 3 seat, $14,900. 638-6233 ext. ate. 638-1138
suggested list $1400, sell well equipt. Red, V6, Am/ 249. 1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
sofa $275, loveseat Fm CD, rear A/C, right 1982 CHEVROLET extended cab, V8, auto,
$225, chair $175, set power door, 55K. SCOTTSDALE LWBV-8, power window,locks,
$625. Hardwoodframes $10,900. 547-4606 automatic, new tires, toolbox, cab steps, rails,
with lifetime warranty. 1989 FORD CROWN good work truck. $1250. rims, AM/FM cassette,
850-222-9879 Victoria, 4-door, AC, tilt 263-0044 $7000 638-9630
FOR SALE BUNKBEDS steering, many new parts 89 FORD RANGER 1990 FORD RANGER S-
etc. 547-0150, 547- on motor, still runs good truck. 5-speed, $2000 speed, AC, power steer-
5633, 326-3126 $1200 neg. 548-9232 cash OBO. 548-5924 ing, power brakes,
FURNITURE & SERTA 98 HONDA PRELUDE 1996 F150 XL Extended $2000. 548-5332
MATTRESSES Low, green, automatic, A/C, cab, bedliner, dualtanks, 1998Z71 extcab,3-door.
low, low overhead guar- sunroof,.Kenwood disc 120K, good condition $9500. 263-3105 eve-
anteeslow,low, lowpric- player, 72,000 miles, ex- $7000. 547-9396 nings.
es. cellent condition, asking
P&S Discount Furniture, $11,000. OBO. 548-5084 1994 F-350 XLT Dually, FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
Chipley. (Since 1973) RYSLER New 5-speed, power stroke plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
850-638-4311 Yore87 CHRYSLER New diesel 7.3 c turbo direct leather, loaded, custom
850-638-4311 Yorker, white, cruise, tilt injection, fold down rims, Alpine stereo sys-
BEDROOM SET 6 steering,AC, powerlocks, goose neck ball $8500. tem, tinted windows
pieces new in boxes, windows, automatic. AM/ 547-4354 $11,000. 547-2502
Headboard, frame, FM radio. 624-9773
dresser, mirror, chest, ONE OWNER 98Che 2002 FORD F-250Cargo 97 DODGE 4-wheel
nightstand. m $595 ONE OWNER 98 Chevy Vanwith shelving. 33,000 drive, 155,000 miles,
(850222-987nightstand. $595. Cavalier, 2 door, new miles, stillunderwarranty. looks and runs great
(850)222-9879 shocks, new starter, new $13,000. Excellentcondi- $6500 OBO. 263-9711
NEW QUEEN fuel pump & filter, good tion. Call 638-2525
PILLOWTOP mattress tires, $3500. 956-4672 1994 CONVERSION
set. In factory plastic with ALE 1999 Cadillac 87 CHEVY SUBURBAN VAN V-6, cruise, power
warranty.FOR SALE 1999 Cadillac 3/4 ton, Heavy Duty 4x4, windows, 106 k miles,
warranty. Can deliver. Deville Elegance, 24,400 new A/C, tow package. looks and runs good.
Must sell $175. 545 low mileage, PearlWhite, 350 motor, AT, PS, PB, 547-2180
7112 loaded. Asking $18,000. newpaint, parts & battery,
SOFA & LOVESEAT el- One owner. (850)258- 850-547-0448 SUV 98 MITSUBISHI
egant, great condition. 5890; (850)258-5824 18 FD Montero, full size, 7 pas-
$300. 773-2106 1988 FORD F350custom senger, V6, gas saver,
$300. 773-2106 FOR SALE 1997 Silver dually, AC, AT, excellent 103K- sunroof, luggage
LEATHER SOFA SUG- Camaro, T-Tops, 65K condition $2900. rack. $10,500. (850)263-
GESTED list $1400. miles $10,500. 547-3545 (850)415-5831 7664
100% new, sell $500. 2002 OLDSMOBILE IN- 2001 MAZDA TRUCK 1999 CHEVY S-10
850-222-7783 TRIGUE$8145. Commu- loaded, new condition, Pickup. 4 cylinder, 5-
CHERRY SLEIGH BED nity South Credit Union low miles. $10,800. 415- speed, cold AC, extra
still in box, never used. Repo Sale (850)638- 6207 clean. $3995. Call Dale
Sacrifice $295. 8376
(850 7783 $295 837 99 FORD EXPEDITION 638-4630; (850)258-
(850)222-7783 87MERCEDES420SEL 100,000 miles, excellent 2734
new trans-Alt, recent condition. $12,000. 1996GRANDCARAVAN
A valve job. $6995. neg. (850)579-2977 loaded with leather seats.
527-1722, leave mes-
1999 CHEVROLET LU- sage. 1966 FORD F-150 runs Must see! 75,000 miles.
MINA $4700. Commu- 1995 GRAND AM SE great,000.258-4428 $10,000. 638-8917
nity South Credit Union Coupe $1683. Commu- FOR SALE1987Chevro- 1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Repo Sale (850)638- nity South Credit Union letWalk-in,StepVan.350 Convertible, brand new
8376 Repo Sale (850)638- V-8, auto-trans., alumn. clutch, transmission,
1979 CORVETTE "EV- 8376 body, heavy duty, duel starter, timing belts. Ask-
wheels. Good condition, ing $6500. 773-5720,
ERYTHING" brand new! 2003 FORD ESCAPE 4 (formerly Lance Truck) leave message
Must see to appreciate door, V6, AT loaded, very 547.1688 $259,Q0 ,Q 9,.,93 GMC SUBURBAN
415-6820$8000ort low miles. BIEe; kr r
for pick-up of eoial $18,150. 548-90cy a495 EXT-GAB,64_.WIO"/850 motor, color red.
value. 5:30pm weekdays. cyl, 5-spd, $3500. Call dual air, loaded. New
after 9pm (850)849-2528 transmission. Good con-
1999 CADILLAC SEDAN 2001 MUSTANG BLACK edition. $5500. Call Dan
Deville, pewter/burgundy V6, leather, automatic, 1988 S10 W/1996 3.1 638-7683
leather. Fully loaded. 46k, likenew, $9800. Call motor wi5 speed au-
Lifetime tire balancing. 547-5181 tomatic. Custom paint
Trailer hitch. 41,000 OR A od and interior, with topper.
miles. Luxurious SALE 1993 Gold $2000 cash. Call Dan
$20,999. (850)547-3342 Cadillac Fleetwood, very 638-7683
687638od5condition. 51 $60005 1961 CHEVY APACHE HOUSE FOR SALE by
2002 CHEVY MALIBU Stepside, primed, ready owner, 3 bedroom, 2
23K miles, fully loaded, 84 T-BIRD lots of new for restoration. $100 bath. 2,400 sq.ft.'2.75
leather interior, sun-roof, parts. $500. 638-0924 OBO. 638-9188 acres, ba 2 miles North
of Bonifay. 258-9391
gold package, automatic, 2002 NISSAN SENTRA 89 ISUZU TROOPER
tinted windows. Great white spoiler, tinted win- 4WD, $2300 cell 326- BONIFAY AREA FOR
Condition. $13,000. OBO dows, tan interior. Take 3123; work 547-0150, sale by owner. 1.5 acres,
850-209-8771 over payments, 547-2961 home 547-5633 1800 sq.ft. home. 3BR/
after5pm 2BA widen, beautifully
92CHEVYCAPRI Clas- a m FOR SALE 2001 Ford landscaped,, hwy fron-
sic SW. Fully loaded, 1988 CAMARO $900 Expedition XLT, loaded, tage, $69,900. Call
seats9.$28000BO.Ask 638-0556 42,000 miles, $17,000. (850)547-5070 days;
for Karl. 547-4465 88 HONDA ACCORD 4 547-4830 between 6pm (850)547-5683 nights.
1965 MUSTANG GREAT door, all power, AT, good & 8pm only. No collect Ask for MaryAnn.
condition, AC, auto, tires, cold air, looks, runs calls.
$5800.OBO 638-3483 & drives good $2100. 1994 FORD F150 4x4
1994 FORD MUSTANG 638-4106 XLT, power everything,
5.0, 5-speed, AC, low 2000 LEXUS ES 300, dual tanks, tinted wind-
miles. $7200 OBO. Call black, 94,000 miles, ows, bedliner, 117K BEAUTIFUL 3 BED-
638-1531 loaded, clean, excellent miles, $9500. 258-3921, ROOM 2 bath, country
2003 INFINITI G352DR condition $13,900. Call leave message. brick home for sale,
Coupe. Fully loaded, au- 638-8573 1980 DODGE EX- houses & apartments for
tomatic & manual; 1986 FORD 4X4 Bronco, TENDED work van rent. 547-2531, one hour
leather, 6 disc CD player, Eddie Bauer edition, very $1500. 773-3892 to beaches!
silver, sunroof, sporty, clean. $2800 OBO. 1999 DODGE DURA-
well taken care of. (850)773-2043 NGO loaded, also 3rd
$28,000. Call (850)527- 1991 4 DOOR Chevrolet seat, low mileage. $9450.
9592; (850)547-5070, Corsica, high mileage, 258-6822
ask for Tyler. well cared for, but needs FORD RANGER XLT FOR SALE 5 acres in
1998 ASTRO MARKIIl paint. $1500. (850)535- 1999, low mileage, V-6, Fountain FL, Well & sep-
loaded, leather seats, 2972 automatic, power steer- tictank, meter pole & 500
rear air, much more. 1998 PONTIAC TRANS- ing-drive, locks, cruise, gallon gas tank. 2 bed-
45,500 miles, clean, PORT mini-van, 6-cyl, keyless entry. $8000. room trailer as is.
must see. $14,000. Chi- seats seven, excellent 547-4854 $45,000. (850)535-2198
pley. 415-5736 or 849- shape inside & out, cold 1987 CHEVY C-20 Van IHAVETYNDALLRepos
1222 air, loaded $5995. 547- fully customized with front on lot. 4 SW's, 3DW's.
2000 OLDSMOBILE IN- 9233 & rear air. $3500 OBO. Special financing on
TRIGUE $4883. Com- 548-4798; 548-5763 these homes. If you have
Union Repo Sale a TAKE UP PAYMENTS a lotor placetoputthem.
(850)638-8376 White 2002 S-10 V6 Call Brad 866-732-7607.
2001 FOD Chevrolet Pickup truck. 1987 FLEETWOOD
2001 FORD EXPLORER Call after 6pm. 638-7189 2BR/2BA CIA, wood
white, automatic, fully 97 FORD F-150, 4 wheel 1993 FORD 4X4 w/ex- 2BR/2BA CH/A, wood
loaded, 6 CD changer, drive, 8 cyl, quad cab, 3rd tended cab. Call Paul 1- trick with front porch. Ex-
runningboards,custom- door, brand new tires. 866-732-7607'min P.C. excellent condition. Trailer
ized bra, $8000. Excellent condition. $3500 cellent condition. Trailer
(334)588-3141, cell $8800 Call 535-2276 was setup with updated
(850)418-0031 1997 S-10 automatic, code regulations. Must
1997 PONTIAC 2000 DODGE 2500 Ram 77,000 miles. Garnet & be moved. $6000. Call
1997 PONTIAC Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste- Gold. New hard top & 850-535-2826
BONNEVILLESSE, V-6, reo, dual A/C, 23,000 tires. Runs good, looks
4-door, loaded, new tires, miles, very clean, must good. $4200 OBO. CD 91 SOUTHERN DREAM
cold air, runs excellent, sell, make offer. 850-773- Player. 547-5086 MH, 14x80, 2 bedrooms,
nice car, $2000 OBO. 7737 FOR SALE 1999 2 full.baths, fireplace,
547-9233 FOR SALE 1995 Ford F-150, low miles DW, refrigerator, W/D,
1999 MERCURY SABLE F150 XLT, ext. cab, 4- $13,500. OBO. 100,000 you move, asking PO.
35,000 miles, like new, wheel drive, power tran, mile warranty. 547-5960; (850)527-5317
must sell, excellent con- loaded. $5500. 638-8335 547-2228 SEVERAL OLDER 14'
edition. Pay off only. 415- 1990 DODGETRUCKA/ FOR SALE 1999 wide mobile homes left to
6683; 638-0083 C AM/FM radio, auto Chevrolet Astro Van LS. sell. Minor repairs
2000 BRONZE CHEVY some work needed. Rear air, power windows needed. Must be moved.
Malibu. 55,000 miles, $1500. Call535-0811 Excellent condition. BuyoneorallCashonly.
AC, CD player, tinted $8500. 547-3817 after These units are a real
power windows, new 1987 FORD F250 4x4 2pm bargain if you can use
stock speakers. Like 351 motor. Runs good, 1997 CHEVY 1500 4X4, them. Call Rev: Lewis
new! $10,000. Call 849- great shape. $3800. 5Speed, Red,CDadAC, Burns (850)547-4995 in
1143 (850)415-6301 New Motor, $7000 OBO. Bonifay.
Call 415-1129 leave mes-
1967 FORD MUSTANG '99 DODGE 1 ton Dually. sage. NEW 3 + 2 SW w/ply-
Pony. 390 Big Block, 3 Gas standard transmis- wood floors set up w
speed, 4BBL carb, com- sion $14,500. Firmn. 547- 2002 DODGE PICKUP wood floors, setup w/air
pletely restored.New s594l1 If no answer, leave $12,307.50. Community & skirting. Pmts low as
tires. Must see! $5995. South Credit Union Repo $350 mth. Call Brad to
263-7892 message. Sale (850)638-8376 qualify. 1-866-732-7607


TRUCKS &
UTILITY


IFRNITURE Ia


TRUCKS &


I AUT


NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
mobile homes for rent, all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228
3BR/2BA MOBILE
HOME for rent, 2 miles
south of Bonifay. 547-
4411
3BR/2BA NO PETS call
between 8am-5pm. 638-
1716
THE PARKAT2350 HUD
approved, 3BR/2BA, in
friendly mobile home
park, near schools, rec.
center, parks & shop-
ping. 2BR/1BA $200/mo.
547-3746
3BR/2BA MOBILE
HOME in Cottondale
near High School. Has
new carpet, no pets $400/
per month. Deposit and
references required. 850-
638-8570
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
trailer for rent in nice
area. HUD approved.
Deposit required. 638-
8462 days; 638-1434
nights.



2 BEDROOM DULUXE
townhouse apartment.
638-1918
FOR RENT 1 & 2 bed-
room apartments.
(850)638-5195 Also, 2 &
3 bedroom trailers.
(850)326-5157
SLEEPY HOLLOW DU-
PLEX apartments. 2 & 3
bedroom units. Senior
Citizen Discount. HUD
not accepted. (850)638-
7128



FOR RENT-OFFICE
space. 1100 sq.ft., cor-
ner of S. Blvd/7th St.,
Chipley. 638-2124
-,MP,, ENTERPRISES
.1rLaSale a Fjaia~e.- 5
acres or more for houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Houston Rd., Duncan
Community Rd., Buddy
Rd. Four (5) acres &
Four (10) acres on Gainer
Rd. Owner financing or
cash. Low down pay-
ment, low monthly pay-
ments. Call Milton Peel
for information 850-638-
1858
FOR RENT-OFFICE
SHARING 1 to 2 offices
available in an office
sharing arrangement w/
reception area/ kitchen/
bathroom/ common
area. 1240 S. Blvd., Chi-
pley. 638-2124
HAVE BUYER FROM Ft.
Lauderdale looking for
home on sm. acreage or
5-40 ac to build on.
Please call Lynda if you
are interested in selling.
*We market your property
in MLS* 547-5357
HolmesCountyRealty.net
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
FOR RENT STORE
building on Main St., Chi-
pley. 638-1918
BY OWNER 2.55 acres
all cleared and useable.
8 miles North of Bonifay,
fronts on two graded
roads. $7500 or $500
down, $100/month.
Some restrictions to pro-
tect buyers. Call Richard
at 547-2637
TRI-COUNTY REALTY
850 547 4480
1 ac. Hwy. 160 A-101
$7,500
10 ac. Hwy. 79
home/commercial
A-102 $50,000
Historic home
R-101 $67,500
2 ac. MH & pond
R-102 $24,900
NORTHDALE
3/2 BRICK
R-104 $78,000
200 Acre Ranch/Saw
Mill R-105 $690,000
Hwy. 90 Cottage +
Extra Lot
R-106 $33,000
Tri-County Realty
1103 S. Waukesha St.
547 4480
Robert Smith, broker

TRAILER PARK FOR
sale. Owner finance. 20%
down, balance in 60
monthly payments. No
interest. Call 638-5195,
leave message.
LAND FOR SALE 4.5
acres, Orange Hill area,
lots of trees $18,000.
638-3483


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BONIFAY GUILD FOR
The Arts is offering 6-
week session Art Class-
es starting Jan. 3. Call
(850)547-5244
FORECLOSURE?
DON'T LOSE IT! We can
help any type loan or
property. (850)638-1035
I AM INTERESTED in
beginning a Support
Group, Christian Based.
If you have someone ad-
dicted to drugs including
alcohol and would be in-
terested in attending a
group meeting weekly.
Please call Dolly @ 547-
9225 if no answer, please
leave a phone number on
answering machine
where you can be
reached.




MOVING SALE SAT Jan
8. 7:30am-lpm. 788
lona St., Chipley. (behind
Amerigas in Chipley) Fur-
niture, clothes, books,
etc....
YARD SALE EVERY
Saturday at Storage
Units on Orange Hill
Highway, 1 mile east of
Tom Thumb on Highway
77.
YARD SALE CERAMIC
tile doesn't tear, curl up,
burn or blister. It will add
value, always look new,
make you smile and last
a lifetime when properly
installed. Morris Tile Co.,
1491 South Blvd., Chip-
ley, Florida. (850)638-
4554



MARIANNA GOAT and
SHEEP Auction every
Thursday night starting at
5pm. Misc., goats,
sheep, chickens, ducks,
guineas. Held at Auction
Drive. Ma1rianna Phone
(851b)535-46b6, cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson
#AU362
TRI-COUNTYAUCTION
Sat., January 15, 2005 at
Chipley Agriculture Cen-
ter Hwy 90 West in Chi-
pley, FL. Misc. auction
at 2:30pm, chickens
6:00pm followed by
goats @ 7:30pm. NOW
SELLING HOGS! Goats,
Pigeons, Guineas, Quail,
Muscovy Ducks needed.
Check in 7am. Consign-
ments welcome. Cash
only NO EXCEPTIONS.
Jamie Chesnut
FLAU2837; FLAB2187,
ALAU1722. More info.
(850)638-1782
AUCTION SAT JAN 15,
2005 9am. Jackson
County Sheriff Dept.,
Hwy 90, Marianna, FL.
Surplus Sheriff Dept. Ve-
hicles, seized & aban-
doned vehicles. 125+
cars, trucks, boats, mo-
torcycles. Term: Cash,
company Or cashiers
checks (no personal
checks). Inspection: Fri.
Jan 14,8-5. Mason Auc-
tion & Sales LLC FL
#642. Campbellton, FL
(850)263-0473. www.ma-
sonauction.com or call for
list.




CARPENTER NEEDED
EXPERIENCED MUST
HAVE OWN TOOLS
AND TRANSPORTA-
TION. WE ARE A DRUG
FREE WORKPLACE.
EOE. APPLY AT RI-
DLEY'S TOWN &
COUNTRY BUILDERS
949 ORANGE HILL RD.
7:30AM-4:00PM.
(850)638-4436
EBRO GREYHOUND
PARK Now hiring de-
pendable, energetic
eadouts. Please apply in
person. Must be 16 years
of age or older. 234-3943
ext. 0.
NEEDED EXPERI-
ENCED ROOFERS Now
hiring immediately
Foremans & laborers.
Call 548-9137, experi-
enced only.
DRIVERS GREAT
HOME time & benefits!
Dedicated & shorthaul
runs. 2 yrs OTR exp,
25YOA; lease purchase
also available. Shelton
Trucking. 800-877-3201
CASHIER/DELI PER-
SON needed. Competi-
tive wage, benefits. 638-
0811
AVON CALLING JOIN
the fun with the Avon
team. Earn spending
money. Phone Dwayne
Atkins, Appointment fee
$15. 547-1640 ISR


PART TIME 9am-lpm, 7
days/wk. Cooking, clean-
ing and watching an eld-
erly person in local area.
Please call 704-847-5824
PARTTIME TYPESET-
TER NEEDED at
Washington County
News. Four afternoons
per week, off Wednes-
days. Pay commensurate
with typing ability and
computer literacy. Apply
in person, no phone calls.
Drug-free workplace.
EOE.
EXPERIENCED wai-
tresses & cooks, in Ver-
non area.. 535-0112
EBRO GREYHOUND
PARK Now hiring waiters/
waitresses, cocktail wait-
resses, bar back and ad-
missions. Please apply in
person or call 535-4048
for appointment.
FIRST ASSISTANT MAN-
AGER Hardee's is look-
ing for a First Assistant.
This is a newly created
position. Openings are in
Bonifay, Chipley and Cot-
tondale. Prior restaurant
management experience
is necessary. Energetic,
self-motivated individuals'
looking for advancement
and opportunities are wel-
come to apply. Minimum
starting salary is $455/
week, but is based on ex-
perience. Excellent ben-
efits. The work week is ar-
ound 50 hours. Serious,
aggressive applicants call
Glenn at 850-326-1185.
LOOKING FOR RE-
SPONSIBLE person to
assist with general kennel
operations. 547-9196
CLASS A CDL training!
No experience? No CDL?
No problem. 15 day CDL
Training. Lifetime job
placement. Flexible fi-
nancing. Call VTC Today.
1-800-838-3803.
www.volunreertraning corn




USED BRICKS please
call 547-2721
TO RENT GOOD farm
land and pasture land for
watermelons! Will pay top
price. (547-3421) leave
message.
WANTED ROOM MATE
to help around home in
exchange for room &
board. Call for details
638-4224,



PARADISE FOUND
HEALTH and Fithess. Of-
fering Spa Services +.
Specializing in Whole
Body Strength and Res-
toration. (850)596-2642;
638-0219. Est #MM8808
C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service. Open 5 days
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call
850-638-1483
WILL TEAR DOWN
houses, barns, sheds and
mobile homes. Also, haul
away junk & clean yards.
638-3509; 415-1172
HANDYMAN 36YRS EX-
PERIENCE in Construc-
tion and repair of almost
every household needs,
reliable, call 547-5688,
leave message.


T AWICK



COMPANY, INC./

Are you an energetic and dependable
worker? If so, you qualify for an
opportunity to launch your career with a
growing company! You must be willing
to travel and have valid ID and SS card
Come by, introduce yourself and fill out
an application. (EOE)

We offer great benefits to qualifying ,
employees such as 401k, group medical
and dental insurance, employee stock
purchase, vacation, life and LTD
insurance, uniforms and per diem.

Makg- a' differenwce in ovu
community ai&d/ouw i&tC tvyr
snice' 1946"
We are now hiring
-WeJders ;
-Mechanics
-Class A CDL Drivers
-Equipment Operators
-Construction Crew Laborers

www.trawickconstruction.com
1555 South Boulevard/ Chipley, FL
850.638.0429


REPAIR SERVICE for
your office or home: type-
writers, calculators, cash
registers, etc. WASHING-
TON COUNTY NEWS,
1364 N. Railroad Ave.,
Chipley. 850-638-0212
CLEAN SLATE COM-
MERCIAL and'Residen-
tial Cleaning. No job too
big or too small! Call
Lessa at 773-1771 or
596-8548
ADULT GROUP HOME
has 2 vacancies. Pay one
price. Everything includ-
ed. (850)638-7567;
(850)638-1898
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality-work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or
956-4758
J&J CABINET shop. For
all your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
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