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Ira Clark, guidance counselor
at Kate M. Smith Elementary
School, was nominated Dec. 17
as "Teacher of the Month" for the
Florida African American Edu-
cation Alliance.
The Alliance accepted nomi-
nations throughout 2004 for cat-
egories of Student of the Month,
Teacher of the Month, School Ad-
ministrator, Community Leader,
and Community Organization of
the Month.
Nominations were submitted
from across Florida.
The winners will be announced
Monday, Jan. 17 during the
Alliance's Annual Recognition
Program as part of Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr.'s annual birthday
celebration in Orlando.
As a finalist, Clark will receive
a complimentary hotel accommod-
ation for the evening of Jan. 16.
She will receive an achievement
award at the program, as well as.
being featured on the Alliance's
website and in the official program
brochure. Key public officials con-
firming their participation include
Gov. Jeb Bush, DOE Commis-
sioner John Winn, Chancellor of
Universities Debra Austin, and


Gail Culbreth, left, and George Rogers are sworn in by Town Clerk Mar-
garet Riley during Thursday night's Wausau Town Council meeting.



Wausau daycare


business in limbo


CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
Wausau's bid to get into the day-
care business, which has consumed
considerable time at recent council
meetings, has been denied.. or
maybe it has not.
An hour-long discussion of the
matter came to a halt when Coun-
cilwoman Gail Culbreth, who was
sworn in prior to tackling the long
agenda Thursday night, made a
motion to stop the pursuit of pro-
viding daycare for children in the
area.
Her motion, which left the
idea somewhat alive when she
added the provision that Town
Clerk Margaret Riley could relay
aniy information about funding to
council, passed 4-1, with Coun-
cilman Roger Hagan casting the
lone no vote.
At issue is the closing of Tiny
Tots Daycare, which presently op-
erates out of the Wausau Assembly
of God Church. It is due to shut its
doors Feb. 25.
According, to Hagan's wife,
Nancy, who directs the daycare
operation, the church's pastor
wants monies spent to subsidize
tie daycare, funneled to missionary
:ideavors.
'*Prior to discussion on the mat-
tr, Riley reported to council that
,*ange Hill Soil and Water Con-
s.rvation District has no money at
i$rs time to contribute to building a
siaructure to house a daycare. Funds
gfr such a project may open up in
pril.
:-.Funds may also be available
1om Rural Development, Riley
iiid, as she announced, during the
course of the daycare discussion,
that Wausau has been pre-qualified


for a 75/25 grant though the same
body for a $142,500 fire truck.
Mayor George Rogers, who won
reelection in the December vote
and was also sworn in at the meet-
ing, asked if audience members had
any questions or comments about
the situation.
One woman queried, "How does
daycare benefit the community?"
An employee of the daycare re-
called an apology that was given
by a juvenile at last month's meet-
ing.
She reasoned that proper day-
care, with appropriate moral val-
ues, would help to curb this type
of destructive behavior.
Another member of the audience
asked about the town's liability.
He was told, increase in work-
man's compensation for six em-
ployees would be $1,047, liability
payment would go up $60, and
building insurance would be $32.
Hagan then answered the orig-
inal question about benefit to the
town.
He said Wausau could see in-
creased revenues through charges
for daycare services, if they op-
erated the business themselves.
If Wausau built and leased a
building to the daycare, they could
accumulate funds through the lease
payments.
Riley said any such project
pursued by the town would not be
exclusively for the benefit of Tiny
Tot Daycare.
She explained any such action,
undertaken with public funding
would require public bidding.
Wausau resident Diane Carter
asked point blank if the town could
See Wausau, Page 3


-g oo i l


Clark nominated for



Teacher of the Month


Ira Clark is honored for her accomplishment at Monday night's
Washington County School Board meeting by, left, Superintendent
Calvin Stevenson and School Board Chairman Gary Clark.


Chancellor of Community Col-
leges David Armstrong.
In a congratulatory letter to
Clark, Bush said, "You inspire and
motivate young people to achieve
in school and succeed in life. You


are benefiting the lives of Florida',s
Children."
Kate M. Smith joined the
governor in thanking Clark for
"shaping the minds of our future
generation."


Chi pley passes o ut hono rs


CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
Chipley City Council was in
the business of handing out hon-
ors when they met for their regular
meeting Tuesday evening.
Mayor Pro Tem Linda Cain han-
dled the ceremonies in the absence
of Mayor Tommy McDonald.
First on tap was the naming
of winners of the city's annual
Christmas decorating contest.
Each voting ward had a winner,
with council members presenting
plaques to the families selected.
"We had so many beautiful
decorations." Cain said, "it was
difficult to choose."
Those honored were:
Ward 1 Ernesto and Marsha
Gonzales, 594 Fourth Street;
Ward 2 Clestus and Willie Mae
Cook, 640 Main Street;
Ward 3 Tony and Gina Smith,
714 Orange Street;
Ward 4 Sanford and Patricia
Spitzer, 768 Third Street. ,
Cain also announced the Chi-
pley Employee of the Quarter for
the fourth quarter of 2004.
Eric Hudson of public works
received a certificate, plaque and
cash award.
Cain acknowledged Hudson's
hard work and expressed the ap-
preciation of Council.


Mayor Pro Tem Linda Cain reads the Chipley Employee of the
Month Certificate to 2004's fourth-quarter recipient, Eric Hud-


Routine matters were dis-
patched in a timely matter.
Council unanimously ap-
proved:
Resolution #05-06, which sets
the roadside beautification agree-
ment with Florida Department of
Transportation;
Resolution #05-07, which is a
contract amendment for the city's
venture into ownership of natural


gas wells. It serves to name contact
people from the city;
Resolution #05-08, which
makes necessary adjustments to
the city's budget because of dona-
tions made during the holidays;
A contract to purchase Falling.
Waters Golf Course, which will be
used as a spray field for the city's
See Chipley, Page 5


SR 77 workshops abound..


FEBRUARY
.;* Members, of the engineering
firms that are orchestrating the
planning phases of a proposed
Widening of State Road 77 were
in Wausau Feb. 12 to explain pre-
liminary findings to town council
members. .
Citizens Advisory Committees
(CAC) have met several times in
the past few months to hash out
issues related to the proposed
project.
* Chris Merritt from PBS&J said


it had been a difficult process, start-
ing with six routes, which, ideally
should have been narrowed down
to three before going before the
public as a whole.
Merritt said Wausau's CAC
could not get beyond four choices.
"Dec. 4 was a good meeting," he
said. "However, a clear consensus
was not evident."
He explained since then repre-
sentatives had been out in the field
weighing the options. "The general
consensus of that opinion, from


.2004 year in review continues


that input, was to put widening
(through town) back in," Merritt
explained.
Council asked what would
happen if there was no clear con-
sensus.
"The no-build alternative is also
a possibility," Stull said. "If there
is no clear consensus at the public
meeting, we will make a recom-
mendation."
"We are looking for input that
will steer us in a certain way,"
he added. "Barring that, we will


consider the engineering and the
costs."
Although Stull professed that
cost was not an option being con-
sidered at this point, widening of
SR 77 through town would cost
approximately $5 million more
that the other three alternatives.
They include:
1) A four-lane west bypass;
2) A four-lane east by-pass;
3) One-way pairs, using Jef-
ferson Street for south-bound
traffic and the existing highway


for north-bound.
Washington County was
well-represented at the 4th An-
nual Northwest Florida Legislative
Days in Tallahassee.
Elected officials and members of
the Chamber of Commerce, as well
as the director of the local Tourist
Development Council presented a
display that was very popular.
Visitors to the county's booth
were able to sample potted pos-
sum pate, and view an old whis-
See 2004, Page 5


Inside today...
Chipley decoration winners 2
Years Ago 2
Surplus food available 3
Chipley Woman's Club news 4
VMS WINGS go to Egypt 5


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2, Washington County News, Saturday, January 15, 2005


Chipley Contest Winners
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- --


Chipley City
Council members
presented plaques
to those homes
in each Ward of
the city that best
exemplified the
Christmas spirt
during the hol-
iday season.
Honored at Tues-
day evening's
council session
are, from top,
Ernesto and Mar-
sha Gonzales,
Ward 1, presen-
tation made by
Councilwoman
Karen Rus-
tin; Willie Mae
(Clestus) Cook,
presentation
made by Council-
woman Marion
Lee; Gina (Tony)
Smith, presen-
tation made by
Councilman Price
Wilson; and San-
ford and Patricia
Spitzer, presen-
tation made by
Councilwoman
Linda Cain.


5 YEARS AGO, 2000
The new Chipley An-
imal Control Facility
opened Jan. 11 with a
ribbon-cutting ceremony
hosted by the chamber of
commerce.
Lt. Gov. Frank Bro-
gan was in Washington
County to attend dedi-
cation ceremonies for the
new Roulhac and Vernon
middle schools.
Several county offices
were moved into the new
courthouse annex on
South Boulevard.
Vernon Garden Club
planted a five-year-old
live oak on the Vernon
Middle School grounds
as a Millennium project
Steve Keator donated the
10-feet tall tree to the
garden club.
10 YEARS AGO, 1995
Alicia Gainer of
Chipley became a junior
member of the American
Angus Association.
Tiffany Bowling of
the KMS fifth-grade re-
searched Florida birds
as a school project. She
called on Iris Owens,
Chipley Garden Club
bid chairman, for infor-
mation.
30 YEARS AGO, 197.5
Visiting Jahaza May
during the holidays were
Bill and Joy Knight and
children of Orlando,
Joan Stancil and boys of
Stuart.
Dr. Michele Marlow
of Duke University Hos-
pital .in.Durham, N.C.,


Taxpayers, especially
those age 60 and older,
with middle and low in-
comes can get free tax
help through AARP's
Tax Aide Program.
New this year: The
Taxpayer must complete
a "Tax Preparation In-
formation Sheet" before
the time of appointment
to have the tax return
prepared. The forms are
available at the Wash-
ington County Council
on Aging and can be
picked up and completed
(preferred method) or the
taxpayer may get to the
appointment early and
complete the form there.
The form must be com-
pleted before the return
can be prepared.
Taxpayers should take
the following items with
them to the appointment:
Copy of last year's tax
return and supporting
documentation, W-2 and
W-2p forms from each
employer, if the taxpayer


and Michael Marlow of
Auburn University spent
the holidays with their
mother, Nell Marlow and
grandmother, Mrs. Sallye
George.
Mr. and Mr. Frank
Finch moved into their
new home in Greenhead.
They had been living in
Sunny Hills while it was
being built.
40 YEARS AGO, 1965
Florida Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission
released two bucks and
two female deer in the
Sand Hills area south 'of
Wausau.
Approximately 400
people gathered at the Na-
tional Guard Armory for
a testimonial dinner that
concluded Harmon R.
Pierce Day in Chipley.
The City of Vernon
secured a longtime lease
on a fire truck from the
forestry service. H.S.
Farabee was mayor of
Vernon.
50 YEARS AGO, 1955
Leonard (Uncle Bud)
Finch was thought to
be the oldest person in
Florida when he died at
age 111 at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. Alex
Hutch.
D.H. Owens was
elected president of the
Wausau Home Dem-
onstration Club.
60 YEARS AGO, 1945
A purebred Duroc pig
donated to a war bond
auction by Jim Dan-
iel brought in $1,000.


earned a salary; unem-
ployment compensation
statements; Social Secu-
rity numbers and date of
birth for taxpayer and all
dependents; SSA-1099
form, if the they were paid
Social Security benefits,
all 1099 forms (1099-Int.,
1099-Misc., and so forth)
showing interest and/or
dividends and original
purchase price of sold as-
sets; 1099R form from the
payer of a pension or an-
nuity; all forms indicating
federal income tax paid;
child care provider infor-
mation (Name, employer,
ID, Social Security num-
ber); and all receipts or
canceled checks if item-
izing deductions.
Any single contribution
to a charitable organiz-
ation of $250.00 or more
requires a receipt from the
receiving organization.
The following tax forms
will be completed at prep-
aration site: Form 1040;
Schedules A, B, D, EIC,


Chipley Mayor A.L.
Wells bought the animal.
Alma Butler of Wash-
ington, D.C., spent the
weekend in Chipley as
guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W.O. Butler.
70 YEARS AGO, 1935
Tom J. Watts, who suf-
fered a broken leg when
he as hit by an automobile
in Pensacola, returned to
Chipley.
C.F. Elliott of West
Bay was seen shopping
in Chipley on a Saturday
morning.
A.R. Williams spent
several days in Jackson-
ville while attending an
auditor's meeting.
90 YEARS AGO, 1915
Alta Davis resumed
her duties as teacher at
the school in Duncan
following the holidays.
Mrs. Addie McGeachy
let the contract for an
attractive home adjoin-
ing the residence of S.E.
McGeachy.
Judge O.A. Harris
of Cuthbert, Ga., spent
the holidays with his
daughter, Mrs. J.A. Mc-
Cormac.
100 YEARS AGO,
1905
J.W. Bowen was the
county's tax assessor-
elect.
L.L. Pratt of Vernon
was appointed notary
public for the state a
large by Gov. Jennings.
Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Mills
of Climax, Ga., moved to
Orange Hill.


R and SE; Form 2441,
Form 8812, Form 8863
and Form 8880.
All eligible tax returns
will be E-filed this year.
Please take one of your
checks with you if you
desire to have your refund
electronically deposited.
Taxpayer and spouse (if
filing joint return) are re-
quired to sign tax forms
and should come to the
tax site together.
The Tax Aide Program
is administered through
the AARP Foundation
in cooperation with the
IRS.
Tax returns will be
prepared each Monday
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. be-
ginning Jan. 31 and con-
tinuing through Marcl
21, and each Monday
morning from 8 a.m. to
noon March 28 through
April 11.
For an appointment,
call the Washington
County Council on Ag-
ing at 638-6216.


Register now for food distribution
Save the Children Christian Center in Chipley will register families for food
distribution on the following dates and times:
Jan. 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the center on 805 Main
Street N.
The center will serve the following localities: S'unny Hills, Wausau, Ebro,
Greenhead, New Hope, Chipley, Caryville, and Vernon.
For more information, call (850) 638-0003. The FAX number is 638-0330.


Flu shots available
Flu shots will be available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 24 at the Washington
County Council on Aging.
Residents, 50 years of age and above, are eligible if they are at high risk or
are living with someone who is high risk.
Cost of the shot is $18 for those not on Medicare.
Washington County Health Department and Washington County Council on
Aging are sponsoring the shots.


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Wausau
afford to get into the day-
care business.
Hagan reasoned it may
not make money right
away, but could in the
long haul.
Rogers was adamant
that the matter be put
to rest one way or the
other.
"This council needs to
make a decision," he said.
"I don't care-what you do,
everybody ain't goin' to
like all your decisions."
When one person sug-
gested the idea be put to
a vote of the people, Rog-
ers countered, "We don't
need an election."
He said the people
of Wausau had elected
council members to
decide issues, which is
what they should do on
this one.
Hagan urged that coun-
cil not bury the idea.
"Don't close the door
on discussion," he said.
"Pursuing it isn't costing
us anything. What does
it hurt for us to keep on
looking?"
His entreaty fell on
deaf ears when the mo-
tion and subsequent vote
put an end to the dis-
cussion.
In other business,
Washington County
Parks and Recreation
Director David Corbin
was on hand to discuss
county-wide animal con-
trol, Attending with him
were Commissioners
Donnie Strickland and
Ronnie Finch.
At a recent Washington
County Commission
meeting, Corbin, who
heads up animal control
as well, was charged
with visiting area coun-
cil meetings to explain
a plan to handle the
burgeoning problem of
animal control.
A committee, formed
at the direction of the
County Commission,
has floated the idea of
having all municipalities
involved by paying a per
capital portion of the total
animal control budget.
They also suggested a
county-wide animal con-
trol ordinance be adopted
by those same entities.
Corbin said Wausau's
portion of the annual
budget would be $1,400.
Council balked at the
idea of spending that


David Corbin explains
proposed changes to the
way Washington County
handles animal control.
much money on animal
control when Riley re-
layed that Wausau had
spent $70 to $140 in the
past two years.
During that time, the
town has operated under
an interlocal agreement,
which costs them $35 for
each animal captured by
the county's animal con-
trol officer.
"I'm not so sure what
we would get for that
$1,400," said Hagan. He
reasoned 40 dogs could
be picked up at that price
tag.
After considerable
discussion on the mat-
ter, it was decided to
have Corbin go back to
commissioners with the
suggestion that they look
at households instead of
population in figuring
Wausau's portion of the
total budget.
Corbin explained his
job is to serve the county
and its citizens.
"This is at Wausau's
discretion and we wish
to serve you all," he
promised.
Corbin left the meeting,
explaining he would make
council's feelings known
to commissioners.
Council also took time
to reorganize their num-
ber.
On a motion by Hagan,
Rogers was reinstated as
mayor by a unanimous
vote.
On a motion by Coun-
cilman Dallas Carter,
Hagan was reinstated as
mayor pro tem.
Other matters brought
before council included:
Approval of Reso-
lution #05-001 pro-
claiming Jan. 23-29, as


Chipley


effluent waste water;
An amendment to the
WestPoint Industrial Park
building contract to include
compensation, at 48 cents
per square foot, for the ad-


edition of air conditioning in
the warehouse;
Donation of $1,000 to the
Dixie Majors Baseball Tour-
nament, which will be held in
Chipley this summer.


Surplus food available


in Chipley and Vernon


The United States De-
partment of Agriculture
donated surplus food,
sponsored by Tri-County
Community Council, Inc.
and the Florida Depart-
ment of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, will
be distributed to eligible
residents in Washington
County on Wednesday,
Jan. 19 at the Chipley
Ag Center, and Thursday,.
Jan. 20, at Vernon Canning
Center, from 2 until 4 p.m.
This is on a first come, first
serve basis, while supplies
last.
Household which re-
ceive Aid to Families
with Dependent Children
(AFDC), Supplemental


Security Income (SSI),
Medicaid, HUD, resi-
dents of Public Housing,
or households whose total
household income in not in
excess of the poverty line
for the appropriate house-
hold size, are eligible to
receive the donated food.
Any person certifying
for another must have a
signed statement of autho-
rization from the applicant
and proof of their house-
hold income. Recipients
must bring some type of
container in which to carry
their food, and someone
to assist carrying com-
modities if unable to do
so. Volunteers who wish
to assist with distribution


should call Lisa Biddle at
638-4520.
USDA's temporary
food assistance program
is available to all eligible
residents regardless of
race, national origin, age,
sex, or handicap. Health
On Site, a free commu-
nity service, sponsored
by a local eye institute,
will be available at each
distribution site. The
screening for cataracts
and other vision problems
will be conducted by the
Health On Site director
or other trained eye care
specialists. Tri-County
Community Council, Inc.
is an Equal Opportunity
Organization.


Saturday, January 15, 2005, Washington County News, 3


NEW YEAI'S SP CIALS!

---------- M-- -- --trlllAL)


From Page 1
Hazardous Materials
Awareness Week in
Wausau;
Advisement of a 3.2%
increase, 38 cents, in gar-
bage collection fees, dud
to a CPI increase assessed
by Waste Management;
Were told parking
on State Road 77 is le-
gal according to Florida
Department of Transpor-
tation standards;
A pre-construction
meeting with Fred Fox
Enterprises and Basker-
ville-Donovan, Inc. gave
an overview of the town's
$600,000 CDBG project,
which will provide for
emergency generators
for Wausau's wells, get
their second well up to
standard and run piping
between the two, so they
could operate at peak ef-
ficiency;
Set the annual pa-
rades, Funday/Possum
Festival for Aug. 6, and
Christmas for Dec. 10.
Both will be at 10 a.m.;
Advised residents a
newsletter will go out in
the February utility bills;
The SR 77 four-lane
project will be reviewed
at the March Council
meeting, with a pub-
lic hearing to be held
sometime in April, and a
decision on the preferred
route published in June;
Received quotes and
approved investigation of
financing for a $22,883,
30 horsepower, four-
wheel-drive backhoe/
front-end loader;
Gave consideration
to finance options for the
25% match for the new
fire truck. Council will
either get a local loan
or pursue a bond issue,
whichever is more cost-
effective;
Heard the town is
in compliance with their
comprehensive plan
amendments;
Agreed to donate $100
to Project Graduation for
Vernon and Chipley high
schools;
Were told there was
nothing out of the ordi-
nary in the recent loan of
town property to a private
citizen;
Decided to put Riley
on full time. She will
work Monday through
Friday, from 7 a.m. until
4 p.m., with one hour for
lunch, beginning Jan. 31.

From Page 1
It was also announced the
grand opening ceremonies
for Northside Park will be
held Friday, Jan. 28, at 4
p.m. The public is invited
to attend.


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4, Washington County News, Saturday, January 15, 2005


Chipley Woman's i
CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
The Woman's Club of
Chipley handed out checks
to local organizations at
their first meeting of the !
new year.
DARE, Literacy Volun-
teers of Washington County,
Juniorettes, Habitat for Hu-
manity, Friends of the Li-
brary and Library services,
all received envelopes with
checks from the Woman's a
Club. Carol Worley discusses the
New members Leslie horrors of identity theft.
Cole, Mary Porter and
Elizabeth Godin were rec- It is estimated 80% of all
ognized during the course ID thefts are never reported
of the meeting. to authorities.
After consuming a lunch In addition, it is estimated
of vegetable beef soup, that five months ago there
tossed salad, corn muffin was an identity theft every
and coconut-iced cake, the 79 seconds, now there is one
membership heard a presen- every four seconds. DeJ
station about identity theft. There was $745 million eri
Carol Worley was the in losses due to ID theft
guest speaker, reviewing reported in 1997.
ways to limit the chances of In 2002 (the last year fig-
losing a person's identity to ures are available) that had
criminals, risen to $53 billion.
"The thieves are very in- Many things can be done
geniuss" Worley warned, to reduce risk of ID theft.
She explained there are They.include:
three types of identity theft, Order a copy of your S
financial, character. and credit report at least once a
medical. year to check for fraudulent
Worley recounted nu- activity;
merous stories of people Monitor your monthly
whose lives were turned bank, credit card, and utility
upside down by identity statements for fraudulent or
thieves, unauthorized charges;
"It is up to you to prove Say no to free trial of-
the person using your in- fers;
formation is not you," she Never give out infor-
advised. mation on the telephone
Children can also be vic- unless you initiate the call;
timized. Shred checks, receipts it
According to Worley, a and statements before dis- 111
16-year-old boy was trying carding; Bec
to get a drivers license. He Don't carry extra credit fro'
was told he already had one, cards;
and was being pursued for Only carry your Social
$5,000 in back child support Security card, birth cer-
for his 12-year-old son! tificate or passport when
Government statistics needed.
report there were 15,000 There are many more
murders in 200.3, 500,000 suggestions .that can help.
armed robberies and 9.9 prevent identity theft. Con-
million reported identi- tact the Better Business Bu-
fication thefts. reau of Northwest Florida.


New members and their sponsors, from left, Leslie Cole,
Kathleen Rogers, Mary Porter, Elizabeth Godin and Cath-
erine Upchurch.


Club supports many local causes


Marjorie Sangaree, right, accepts Friends of the Library
donation from Woman's Club President Sybil Compton.


ky Yates, right, accepts a check for
m Ann Christmas.


Stephanie Halley, right, accepts a check for Juniorettes from
Sybil Compton.


imanity Linda Norton, left, accepts a
from Catherine Upchurch.


Dorothy Clarke, right, receives a donation for Literacy Vol-
unteers of Washington County from Catherine Upchurch.


Special commission workshop is Tuesday
There will be a special estimated length of the ecutive session, and the
called meeting of the attorney-client executive transcript will be made a
Board of County Com- session. At the conclusion part of the public record
missioners of Washington of the attorney-client ex- upon conclusion of the
County at 8 a.m. Jan. ecutive session, the public litigation.
18, 2005, in the regular session will be reopened The agenda for the pub-
meeting room located at and the chairman will an- lic workshop session is as
1331 South Boulevard in nounce the termination of follows:
Chipley. the attorney-client execu- 1. To discuss policies
At said time and place, tive session, relating to paving and/
the board will hold both a The only persons enti- or working on county
public workshop session tled to attend the attorney- roads,
and an executive session client executive session 2. To discuss building
to.discuss settlement ne- will be the members of the department issues, in-
gotiations and litigation County Commission, the cluding permit fees.
expenditures in pending chief executive officer of 3. To discuss any other
litigation, the County Commission, issues relating to county
The public session will and the attorney for the policies and procedures.
be called to order at 8 County Commission. Those with questions
a.m., at which time the A certified court re- may call the adminis-
chairman will announce porter will record and trative office at (850)
the commencement and transcribe the entire ex- 638-6200.


Help may be available for GCEC bills
Gulf Coast Electric Coop- Helping Hand monies, Gulf Coast approve or decline candidates.
erative is implementing Project Electric Cooperative members Family Service Agency will use
Helping Hand, an assistance must have identification with the their databases, personal inter-
program with the mission of same address as the Gulf Coast views and payment histories to
providing emergency assistance Electric Cooperative account; make their decisions.
to GCEC members who cannot a plan to pay future bills; and
afford to pay their utility bills, possess a delinquent Gulf Coast Gulf Coast Electric Co-
The program will assist the el- Electric Cooperative account; a operative members who are
derly, the disabled, the low-in- final notice; a disconnect notice; interested in contributing to the
come, the unemployed, the sick, and a current bill that they may Project Helping Hand fund and
the military and others who are not be able to pay. assisting their fellow members
experiencing financial hardships. *In order for a Gulf Coast Elec- may call 265-3631 or 639-2216
Eligibility requirements for the tric Cooperative member to re- for more information about en-
program are as follows: ceive Project Helping Hand mon- rolling in the program.
*Project Helping Hand funds ies, they must apply for assistance Members have the option of
shall be used only for members with Family Service Agency, a choosing a set amount of $1, $3
of Gulf Coast Electric Coop- United Way Agency, by calling or $5 to be deposited into the
erative, Inc.; (850) 785-1721. Their mission Project Helping Hand account
*Assistance from Project is to socially and economically each time they pay their utility
Helping Hand will be used assist and direct disadvantaged bill.
for the sole purpose of supple- families in resolving immediate This will be a perpetual
meeting and extending current problems by providing assistance agreement that will continue
available resources, but not to with food, rent, utilities, medi- until one party initiates contact
substitute or reimburse ongoing cation and clothing. Gulf Coast that they would like it removed.
programs and services; Electric Cooperative will have The pledge will be added to the
*Funds will be used for mem- no part in deciding who receives member's bill. Gulf Coast Elec-
bers who show a temporary need assistance. Gulf Coast Electric tric Cooperative will control
in paying their utility bill; Cooperative has given Family the depositing of funds that it
*To be considered for Project Service Agency the authority to receives from its members.


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washington County News, Saturday, January 15, 2005, 5


VMS


WINGS


study


Egypt
WINGS students at VMS
have been studying Egypt's
history last semester.
Since studying Egypt,
students have made their
own ancient scarabs (Egyp-
tian good luck charms) and
hyieroglyphic necklaces.
In order for the students
to truly understand the in-
teresting history of Egypt,
WINGS organized an all-
day field trip to the McWane
Center in Birmingham, Ala.
on Nov. 20, to explore the
traveling "Mysteries of
Egypt" exhibition.
Fifty-two students saw
magnificent replicas of
some of the most famous
Egyptian artifacts of all
times. From King Tut's
ornate mask to the amaz-
ing writings of the past,
students were amazed by
the delicate pieces.
One eighth grade WINGS
student, Jinal Patel, pre-
pared to participate in the
museum's hands on dig!
The McWane Center is
a wonderful museum de-
signed for all ages.
It consists of several
floors of hands-on sci-
ence concepts, a unique
aquarium, and one of the
"largest" IMAX theaters in
the world, all of which the
students explored.
Live demonstrations in
which students participat-
ed were fun and exciting.
Students were even able to
experience the concept of
weight distribution by lay-
ing on a bed of nails without
getting hurt!


2004


key still.
A Fear Factor-type "Tastes
Like Chicken Challenge" was
a big hit.
Samples of frog legs, rat-
tlesnake and soft-shelled
turtle, with the object of the
game being to name the type
of meat.
A fly-over by two F-15 and
two F-16 fighter jets buzzed
the Capitol building at noon,
courtesy of the 40th Flight Test
Squadron out of Eglin AFB.
Dollars and cents were the
deciding factors in foregoing
an appeal for mitigation mon-
ies for the city of Vernon.
During the Feb. 23 City
Council meeting, Vernon Fire
Chief James Boswell asked,
"How much would an appeal
cost?"
Lane said in the neighbor-
hood of $10,000 to $11,000.
After this revelation, coun-
cil unanimously decided to
forego the appeals process.
At the same meeting, Kirk
Stull from HDR Engineering
appeared with photos and
charts. He went before coun-
cil to explain his company
had been contracted to design
a new four-lane bridge over
Holmes Creek.
Construction of the struc-
ture will begin in 2009. Land
acquisition will start in 2006.
According to Stull, this
will involve the west side of
Vernon from between McFat-
ter and Court streets, north to
Pate Pond Road.
All businesses on the west


From Page 1


side of the road, including
Vernon City Hall, will be de-
molished in the process.
Stull explained his firm has
been working on the project
for only two days. A public
meeting, explaining the pro-
cess, will be held sometime in
the next nine to 12 months.
The original project was
studied in 2002. It included
four-laning State Road 79 from
the Washington/Bay county
line to Interstate Highway 10.
That portion of the project has
not yet been funded.
The bridge, however, has
received state funding in the
most-recent five-year plan.
Because of a state-man-
dated Better Educated Stu-
dents and Teachers (BEST)
teaching salary career ladder
plan, Washington County
School Board met Feb. 23 to
consider a proposal to adopt
such a plan for the district.
Five broad principles are
identified in the proposal that
focuses on teacher compen-
sation and professional devel-
opment principles. They are:
*Multiple career paths;
*Market-driven compen-
sation;
*Performance-based ac-
countability;
*Ongoing, applied profes-
sional growth;
*High-quality instruction of
low-performing students.
Implementation of the
program is required by the
beginning of the 2004-2005
school year. It is anticipated


that Florida Department of
Education (FDE) will provide
full funding of at least $250
per student, earmarked for the
program.
After discussion of the var-
ious elements included in the
lengthy report, members voted
5-0 to accept and submit the
BEST district plan to FDE.
Evasive action taken by
Washington County school
bus driver, Tonya Lee Boston,
averted tragedy Friday morn-
ing, Feb. 27.
Travelling along Pioneer
Road, Boston was transporting
students from Wausau to Ver-
non. As she approached the
intersection of Bonnet Pond
Road, she saw a log truck
approaching from the south.
Realizing the driver, Billy
Gene Barfield, 66, of Sneads,
was not going to stop, and
knowing she could not stop,
Boston accelerated.
As a result, the log truck hit
the left rear of the bus, sending
it into a nearby field.
Although no serious in-
juries were reported, several
children were transported to
Northwest Florida Community
Hospital.
When contacted at his of-
fice, Supt. Jerry Tyre said, "We
are very, very thankful that a
tragedy did not occur. Also, we
are very complimentary of our
driver's professionalism and
quick thinking."
The mood was jovial; the
hall was packed; and Perry
Wells finally got his elevator.


At ceremonies Feb. 26,
Wells, members of his family,
and local dignitaries and poli-
ticians gathered to officially
designate the elevator in the
Washington County Court-
house as "The Judge Perry
Wells Elevator."
What started as a joke
in Wells' weekly column,
Perry's Prattle, published
in The Washington County
News, ended wifh a motion
by Commissioner Ronnie B.
Finch to name the elevator
after Wells.
"Be careful what you ask
for judge, you may get it,"
Finch joked during the cere-
monies.
Chamber Executive Di-
rector Tommy McDonald said,
"Now everyone knows Perry's
elevator goes all the way to the
top," which brought a round of
laughter from the packed hall-
way. After which, he added,
"That's only two floors."
When a red ribbon was
stretched across the walkway,
Wells took the opportunity to
say a few words.
He explained his father's
name was on the plaque in
the hall signifying the con-
struction of the courthouse.
"I was born the same year,"
said Wells.
In addition, he responded
to McDonald's joke about his
elevator going to the top. "I've
heard you're going around
saying my elevator goes all
the way to the bottom, too,"
he shot back.


McDonald, who is also
Chipley's mayor, did not leave
it alone when he explained his
idea about what to name after
Wells if he didn't get his ele-
vator. "I talked it over with
(Chipley) city council," he
explained. "If you didn't get
your elevator, I was going to
name a lift station after you."
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital (NWFCH)
was officially leased to North-
west Florida Healthcare, Inc.
(NWFH), headed by present
hospital CEO, Patrick Schlen-
ker, on Feb. 27.
Approval of County At-
torney Gerald Holley's request
to transfer $2.9 million of loan
proceeds to NWFCH paved
the way for the closing. As
has been the case in matters
connected with recent hospital
negotiations, the vote to trans-
fer the funds was approved 3-
2, with Commissioners Lenzy
Corbin and Ronnie Finch dis-
senting.
On the eve of signing a
lease that transfers Northwest
Florida Community Hospital
(NWFCH) to the hands of
Northwest Florida Heathcare,
Inc., current hospital trustees,
Dr. James A. Clemmons and
Ronnie B. Finch, filed an ap-
peal of a recent Circuit Court
decision.
The appeal, filed Feb. 26,
questions a decision to dismiss
a lawsuit filed by Clemmons
and Finch, which was aimed
at stopping the lease of the
hospital to NWFH.


MARCH
At the Washington County
Youth Fair livestock sale,
Calie Gilbert's 1235-pound
grand champion steer was
purchased by Orange Hil:
Soil and Water Conservation
District. The group paid $2.60
per pound. On resale, the steer
brought 91 cents per pound
from Gilbert Mill Farm. Tay-
lor Parker's 238-pound grand
champion hog was bought by
Chipley Fire Department and
Gary's Flamin' Grill, for $3.36
per pound. Ronnie Outlaw paid
$1.05 on resale.
Kirk Stull, from HDR
Engineering, presented op-
tions for a proposed four-lane
project- through the town of
Wausau and the city of Chipley,
to Washington County Board
of County Commissioners.
When all input is weighed
and options decided, a public
hearing will be held to review
the choices.
Kirk reminded commis-
sioners that a "no-build" option
would also be considered if it
was the wish of the people.
"Bottom line," he said, "we
want the best alternative; not
necessarily the cheapest."
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital (NWFCH) was the
site of its present board of trustees
last meeting.
Following a steak and lobster
dinner provided by Northwest
Florida Healthcare, Inc. (NWFH),
the new lessee of the facility, a
brief meeting was held in the
facility's cafeteria.
After the dinner meeting, hand-
shakes, smiles and good wishes
were exchanged by most of the old
trustees and the new president.
To be continued...













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LOCAL DEALER HAS 3
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GILBERT CATFISH
POND open $1.50/Ib,
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for sale. (850)535-4369
EASY GO GOLF Cart
$950. Also, we buy & re-
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COMPLETE BEE KEEP-
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HAY FOR SALE Bahia
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only $18 a roll. (850)258-
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1003
REMODELING! AL-
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24ft side by side water/ice
in door refrigerator, stain-
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In good condition. 638-
4266
FOR SALE CDRW for a
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Phone 547-3541 eve-,
nings.
NEW WOLFF TANNING
bed, Sun Quest Pro
16SX, 16 bulbs for a
home, $1500. (850)258-
9569
2 BLACK ALUMINUM
toolboxes, (1) for full size
pick-up & (1) for small
pick-up. 638-5308
HAY FOR SALE Large
rolls fertilized Argentine
Bahia $25. 638-8823
LARGE CEDAR TREES
for sale. 638-3483
1996 30FT HURRICANE
Motor Home. Well-main-
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14 CU FT Fridgedaire
Upright Freezer, used
about 4 months. $150.
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$150. 547-5088




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PUPPIES 3 males $250
each. Miniature Pinscher
Puppies males $250, fe-
males $300. Pug Puppies
males $400. (334)588-
0919
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-
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date. 547-9196


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MOVING SALE FURNI-
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dining suite, living room,
miscellaneous. To see,
call 773-7970, leave
message. Most items like
new. Negotiable.
MATTRESS SET NEW
king pillow-top mattress
and base. In original
plastic, factory warranty,
$295. (850)222-2113
DINING ROOM TABLE
leaf and six chairs. $600.
Sofa server table $300.
850-222-2113
FURNITURE & SERTA
MATTRESSES Low,
low, low overhead guar-
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P&S Discount Furniture,
Chipley. (Since 1973)
850-638-4311
BEDROOM SET 6
pieces new in boxes.
Headboard, frame,
dresser, mirror, chest,
nightstand. $595.
(850)222-9879
LEATHER SOFA SUG-
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100% new, sell $500.
850-222-7783
2 RECLINERS BLUE
fabric; 4yrs old. $200
OBO. Call 535-0421
NEW QUEEN
PILLOWTOP mattress
set. In factory plastic with
warranty. Can deliver.
Must sell $175. 850-545-
7112
CHERRY SLEIGH BED
still in box, never used.
Sacrifice $295.
,-(850)222-N7783 ., .I,
NEW LIVING ROOM set,
suggested list $1400, sell
sofa $275, loveseat
$225, chair $175, set
$625. Hardwood frames
with lifetime warranty.
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84 T-BIRD lots of new
parts. $500. 63p-0924
1999 CADILLAC SEDAN
Deville, pewter/burgundy
leather. Fully loaded.
Lifetime tire balancing.
Trailer hitch. 41,000
miles. Luxurious
$20,999. (850)547-3342
or 763-6872
1991 4 DOOR Chevrolet
Corsica, high mileage,
well cared for, but needs
paint. $1500. (850)535-
2972
2002 CHEVY MALIBU
23K miles, fully loaded,
leather interior, sun-roof,
gold package, automatic,
tinted windows. Great
Condition. $13,000. OBO
850-209-8771
2002 OLDSMOBILE IN-
TRIGUE $8145. Com-
munity South Credit
Union Repo Sale
(850)638-8376
ONE OWNER 98 Chevy
Cavalier, 2 door, new
shocks, new starter, new
fuel pump & filter, good
tires, $3500. 956-4672
2000 LEXUS ES 300,
black, 94,000 miles,
loaded, clean, excellent
condition $13,900. Call
638-8573
92 CHEVY CAPRI Clas-
sic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
'for Karl. 547-4465
98 HONDA PRELUDE
green, automatic, A/C,
sunroof, Kenwood disc
player, 72,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition, asking
$11,000. OBO. 548-
5084
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-
3545
2003 INFINITI G35 2DR
Coupe. Fully loaded, au-
tomatic. & manual,
leather, 6 disc CD player,
silver, sunroof, sporty,
well taken care of.
$28,000. Call (850)527-
9592; (850)547-5070,
ask for Tyler.
2003 FORD ESCAPE 4
door, V6, AT, loaded, very
low miles. Blue book
$18,150. 548-9091 af-
ter 5:30pm weekdays.
1989 FORD CROWN
Victoria, 4-door, AC, tilt
steering, many new parts
on motor, still runs good
$1200 neg. 548-9232


87 CHRYSLER New
Yorker, white, cruise, tilt
steering, AC, power locks,
windows, automatic. AM/
FM radio. 624-9773
81 CORVETTE NEW en-
gine, mechanically great,
garage kept for 13 yrs.
$8900. 535-1778
1999 CHEVROLET LU-
MINA $4700. Community
South Credit Union Repo
Sale (850)638-8376
2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Malibu. 55,000 miles, AC,
CD player, tinted power
windows, new stock
speakers. Like new!
$10,000. Call 849-1143
88 HONDA ACCORD 4
door, all power, AT, good
tires, cold air, looks, runs
& drives good $2100.
638-4106
1999 MERCURY SABLE
35,000 miles, like new,
must sell, excellent con-
dition. Pay off only. 415-
6683; 638-0083
1988 CAMARO $900
638-0556
1967 FORD MUSTANG
Pony. 390 Big Block, 3
speed, 4BBL carb, com-
pletely restored. New
tires. Must see! $5995.
263-7892
1994 FORD MUSTANG
5.0, 5-speed, AC, low
miles. $7200 OBO. Call
638-1531
87 MERCEDES 420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
sage.
2000 OLDSMOBILE IN-
TRIGUE $4883. Commu-
nity South Credit Union
Repo Sale (850)638-
8376
FOR SALE 1993 Gold
Cadillac Fleetwood, very
good condition. $6000.
638-5551
99 MERCURY COUGAR
V6, auto, CD, black. 638-
9140; 596-0386
2002 NISSAN SENTRA
white spoiler, tinted win-
dows, tan interior. Take
over payments, 547-2961
after 5pm
1998 ASTRO MARKIII
loaded, leather seats, rear
air, much more. 45,500
miles, clean, must see.
$14,000. Chipley. 415-
5736 or 849-1222
2001 FORD EXPLORER
white, automatic, fully
loaded, 6 CD changer,
running boards, custom-
ized bra, $8000.
(334)588-3141, cell
(850)418-0031
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
seats seven, excellent
shape inside & out, cold
air, loaded $5995. 547-
9233
2001 PONTIAC
MONTANA Van, 3 seat,
well equipt. Red, V6, Am/
Fm CD, rear A/C, right
power door, 55K.
$10,900. 547-4606
2001 MUSTANG BLACK
V6, leather, automatic,
46k, like new, $9800. Call
547-5181
1986 FORD 4X4 Bronco,
Eddie Bauer edition, very
clean. $2800 OBO.
(850)773-2043
FOR SALE 1999 Cadillac
Deville Elegance, 24,400
low mileage, Pearl White,
loaded. Asking $18,000.
One owner. (850)258-
5890; (850)258-5824
1979 CORVETTE "EV-
ERYTHING" brand new!
Must see to appreciate.
415-6820 $8000 or trade
for pick-up of equal value.
1995 GRAND AM SE
Coupe $1683. Commu-
nity South Credit Union
Repo Sale (850)638-
8376
1965 MUSTANG GREAT
condition, AC, auto,
$5800.OBO 638-3483




1993 FORD 4X4 w/ex-
tended cab. Call Paul 1-
866-732-7607 I'm in P.C.
$3500.
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good. 547-
2180
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
97 FORD F-150, 4 wheel
drive, 8 cyl, quad cab, 3rd
door, brand new tires.
Excellent condition.
$8800 Call 535-2276


2002 FORD F-250 Cargo
Van with shelving. 33,000
miles, still under warranty.
$13,000. Excellent condi-
tion. Call 638-2524
1988 S10 W/1996 3.1
motor w/5 speed au-
tomatic. Custom paint
and interior, with topper.
$2000 cash. Call Dan
638-7683
1988 DODGE DAKOTA
Sport, 4-wheel drive w/
roll bar, running lights. As
is $500. **needs motor**
has two brand new tires.
(850)535-0003
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-door.
$9500. 263-3105 eve-
nings.
'99 DODGE 1 ton Dually.
Gas standard transmis-
sion. $14,500. Firm. 547-
5941 If no answer, leave
message.
1982 CHEVROLET
SCOTTSDALE LWB V-8,
automatic, new tires,
good work truck. $1250.
263-0044
FORD RANGER XLT
1999, low mileage, V-6,
automatic, power steer-
ing-drive, locks, cruise,
keyless entry. $8000.
547-4854
86 GMC 4-wheel drive
short bed truck. $2500.
Call after 6pm. 535-4602
1966 FORD F-150 runs
great $2,000. 258-4428
FOR 'SALE 1999
Chevrolet Astro Van LS.
Rear air, power windows.
Excellent condition.
$8500. 547-3817 after
2pm
1995 EXT CAB S-10, 4
cyl, 5-spd, $3000. Call
after 9pm (850)849-2528
1980 DODGE EX-
TENDED work van
$1500. 773-3892
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox;, cabsteps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
2002 DODGE PICKUP
$12,307.50. Community
South Credit Union Repo
Sale (850)638-8376
1999 DODGE DURA-
NGO loaded, also 3rd
seat, low mileage. $9450.
258-6822
1987 CHEVY C-20 Van
fully customized with front
& rear air. $3500 OBO.
548-4798; 548-5763
1999 CHEVY. S-10
Pickup. 4 cylinder, 5-
speed, cold AC, extra
clean. $3995. Call Dale
638-4630; (850)258-
2734
1990 DODGE TRUCK A/
C, AM/FM radio, auto,
some work needed.
$1500. Call 535-0811
1996 GRAND CARAVAN
loaded with leather seats.
Must see! 75,000 miles.
$10,000. 638-8917
2001 MITSUBISHI MON-
TERO Limited. Fully
loaded, excellent condi-
tion, V-6, Black/tan leath-
er, under 30,000 miles
$14,900. 638-6233 ext.
249.
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
1994 F-350 XLT Dually,
5-speed, power stroke
diesel 7.3 c turbo direct
injection, fold down
goose neck ball $8500.
547-4354
87 CHEVY SUBURBAN
3/4 ton, Heavy Duty 4x4,
new A/C, tow package.
350 motor, AT, PS, PB,
new paint, parts & battery,
850-547-0448
2001 MAZDA TRUCK
loaded, new condition,
low miles. $10,800. 415-
6207
1997 CHEVY 1500 4X4,
5 Speed, Red, CD ad AC,
New Motor, $7000 OBO.
Call 415-1129 leave mes-
sage.
1993 GMC SUBURBAN
w/350 motor, color red,
dual air, loaded. New
transmission. Good con-
dition. $5500. Call Dan
638-7683
1999 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, hunter green exte-
rior, tan interior, approx
82,000 miles. $7200.
638-7166
2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste-
reo, dual A/C, 23,000
miles, very clean, must
sell, make offer. 850-
773-7737


1961 CHEVY APACHE
Stepside, primed, ready
for restoration. $1000
OBO. 638-9188
FOR SALE 1995 Ford
F150 XLT, ext. cab, 4-
wheel drive, power tran,
loaded. $5500. 638-8335
89 FORD RANGER
truck. 5-speed, $2000
cash OBO. 548-5924
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
1998 OLDSMOBILE SIL-
HOUETTE Van dual air,,
CD player, leather, etc.
Tan, 77,000 miles. Must
see and drive to appreci-
ate. 638-1138
1990 FORD RANGER 5-
speed, AC, power steer-
ing, power brakes,
$2000. 548-5332
1988 FORD F350 custom
dually, AC, AT, excellent
condition $2900.
(850)415-5831
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
SUV 98 MITSUBISHI
Montero, full size, 7 pas-
senger, V6, gas saver,
103K, sunroof, luggage
rack. $10,500. (850)263-
7664
1997 S-10 automatic,
77,000 miles. Garnet &
Gold. New hard top &
tires. Runs good, looks
good. $4200 OBO. CD
Player. 547-5086
TAKE UP PAYMENTS
White 2002 S-10 V6
Chevrolet Pickup truck.
Call after 6pm. 638-7189
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
97 DODGE 4-wheel
.drive, 155,000.miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
FOR SALE 1987 Chevro-
let Walk-in, Step Van. 350
V-8, auto-trans., alumn.'
body, heavy duty, duel
wheels. Good condition.
(formerly Lance Truck)
547-1688. $2500. OBO
1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Cornvertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
ing $6500. 773-5720,
leave message
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. $12,000.
(850)579-2977
1994 FORD F150 4x4
XLT, power everything,
dual tanks, tinted wind-
ows, bedliner, 117K
miles, $9500. 258-3921,
leave message.




4BR/2BA 1925 REMOD-
ELED older home on
2.5+acres inside city lim-
its at 1193 S. Blvd., Chip-
ley. New metal roof, wood
floors, above ground
pool, 2 car carport, 3 util-
ity sheds. $150,000. 638-
2055
HOUSE FOR SALE by
owner, 3 bedroom, 2
bath. 2,400 sq.ft. 2.75
acres, barn, 2 miles North
of Bonifay. 258-9391




BEAUTIFUL 3 BED-
ROOM 2 bath, country
brick home for sale,
houses & apartments for
rent. 547-2531, one hour
to beaches!
3BR/2BA LARGE COUN-
TRY brick home on large
lot. CH/A. 1st & last
month rent & references.
547-2091
3 BEDROOM 2 bath brick
home with 20, 40, 60 or
80 acres of pasture, near
Bonifay. 263-2748




BONIFAY AREA FOR
sale by owner. 1.5 acres,
1800 sq.ft. home. 3BR/
2BA w/den, beautifully
landscaped,, hwy fron-
tage, $69,900. Call
(850)547-5070, ask for
MaryAnn.
1987 FLEETWOOD
2BR/2BA CH/A, wood
fireplace, stove, all elec-
tric with front porch. Ex-
cellent condition. Trailer
was setup with updated
code regulations. Must
be moved. $6000. Call
850-535-2826


I HAVE TYNDALL Repos
on lot. 4 SW's, 3DW's.
Special financing on
these homes. If you have
a lot or place to put them.
Call Brad 866-732-7607.
NEW 3 + 2 SW w/ply-
wood floors, set up w/air
& skirting. Pmts low as
$350 mth. Call Brad to
qualify. 1-866-732-7607
SEVERAL OLDER 14'
wide mobile homes left to
sell. Minor repairs
needed. Must be moved.
Buy one or all. Cash only.
These units are a real
bargain if you can use
them. Call Rev. Lewis
Burns (850)547-4995 in
Bonifay.
91 SOUTHERN DREAM
MH, 14x80, 2 bedrooms,
2 full baths, fireplace,
DW, refrigerator, W/D,
you move, asking PO.
(850)527-5317
FOR SALE 5 acres in
Fountain FL, Well & sep-
tic tank, meter pole & 500
gallon gas tank. 2 bed-
room trailer as is.
$45,000. (850)535-2198




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 MOBILE
HOME in Cottondale
near High School. Has
new carpet, no pets $400/
per month. Deposit and
references required. 850-
638-8570
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/1 BA $200/mo.
547-3746



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



11 ACRES W/ TRAILER
with ponds, peach trees
& apple trees on Hwy 160
in Bonifay, FL. 91+ acres
in Caryville, butts up to
Choctawhatchee River,
great for hunting, recre-
ation. Coastal Living Re-
alty 1-850-267-2747
BY OWNER 4.47 acres,
8 miles North of Bonifay,
mostly cleared, some re-
strictions to protect buy-
ers. $12,500 or $500
down, $129 a month. Call
Richard at 547-2637
FOR RENT STORE
building on Main St., Chi-
pley. 638-1918
MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance. 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
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
TRAILER PARK FOR
sale. Owner finance. 20%
down, balance in 60
monthly payments. No
interest. Call 638-5195,
leave message.
FOR SALE BY owner: 65
acres, 1/2 mile of high-
way frontage. A beautiful
5 acre cypress fish pond.
Will sell 10-20 acre tracts
or all together, Near
Holmes Creek at Vemon,
Florida. Call 850-535-
0983


FOR RENT-OFFICE
space. 1100 sq.ft., cor-
ner of S. Blvd/7th St.,
Chipley. '638-2124



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.
FORECLOSURE?
DON'T LOSE IT! We can
help any type loan or
property. (850)638-1035




MOVING SALE Thur, Fri,
Sat. 8am-until. Power
Tools, household items,
antiques, dishes, furni-
ture, washer, store dis-
play. 5th Street, Chipley
across from Woman's
Club.
LARGE YARD SALE for
The Wausu PH Church
Building Fund. Jan. 15.
8am-until. Hwy 77 in
Wausau.
SAT JAN 15 7am-until.
Old Checkerboard Ware-
house. behind Capital
City Bank, Chipley. Look
for signs. King Size Cot-
tage Bed made by local
artist, Duncan Phyfe din-
ing table 5/chairs excel-
lent condition, Duncan
Phyfe couch needs re-
covering. 100 pieces of
Gingerbread used under
porch railing, pattem over
100yrs. old. Super Single
Waterbed on pedestal,
Oak Farm Table," beauti-
ful antique lamps, an-
tique twin bed/mattress
great shape, antique col-
lectibles. Surveying
equipment 1 blue line
printer 42 inches, one.
Multi Pen Plotter works,
several old computers,
misc survey rods, one top
Con Distance Meter, one
large desk & much, much
more. Come rain or
shine! Cell 258-8672
JANUARY14 & 15, two
family yard sale. Wash-
ers, dryers, electric hos-
pital bed & furn. size 2x
clothes. 769 East Blvd.,
& 1182 5th St. Dollar
signs from Gulf Power
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
SATURDAY SALE
Sunny Hills Community
Church Outreach Center
3768 Country Club Blvd,
Jan. 15. 8a-lp. Lots of
everything, furniture,
household, kitchen fun.
Come join us for coffee.



ABSOLUTE AUCTION
HOUSE has been sold,
contents of house must
be auctioned off Jan. 15,
2005, viewing from 8 un-
til 9, auction starts at
10:00 am, 2441 Park
Ave., Alford, Fl, all kinds
of tools & misc. items,
Complete sell out. Owner
must move. Jerry
Johnson Blue Moon Auc-
tion Co. FI lic.#362, Busi-
ness lic.#205. For further
information contact 850-
535-4006 (home), 850-
258-5209 (cell)
TRI-COUNTY AUCTION
Sat., January 15,2005 at
Chipley Agriculture Cen-
ter Hwy 90 West in Chi-
pley, FL. This is a partial
estate sale that includes:
farm parts, tillers, mule
breaking lows, wooden
barrels, sharpening
stone, assorted tools,
outboard motors, nails,
nuts, bolts, cane strip-
pers, old wood stove,
glass jug, single trees &
much more. Misc. auc-
tion 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


MARIANNA GOAT and
SHEEP Auction every
Thursday night starting at
5pm. Misc., goats, sheep,
chickens, ducks, guineas.
Held at Auction Drive,
Marianna. Phone
(850)535-4006; cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson
#AU362
PUBLIC AUCTION Sat
Jan 15th, 6:30pm, pre-
view 5:30pm. Caryville
Community Ctr. Caryville,
FL. Appr. 500' S. of Hwy
90 on Hwy 279. Miscella-
neous auction. Multi-sell-
ers!!! Partial list includes:
86 Chevrolet S10,51/2x9
utility trailer, small boat
axle, telescope, small re-
frigerator, water pump
with 5hp Briggs motor, old
handsaws, mirrors, John-
ny Walker & sons limited
pitchers, rods & reels, 3/
8 drill, tool boxes, wrench
sets, 1Ohp generator, 4hp
generator, rollaway bed,
camouflage caps, work
gloves, crock pot, mi-
crowave, claw hammers,
trolling motor, knives, col-
or tv, crossbows, blan-
kets, large socket set,
John Deer picture, Bunn
coffee maker, collector's
pie plates, saddles, blan-
kets, new dishes, lots of
kitchen and household
items, box deals and
many more items too nu-
merous to list. Refresh-
ments available, rain or
shine. Auctioneer:
Michelle Roof AU 3014.
Michelle & HC's Auctions
AB 2224. (850)547-9140.
Cash or checks W/ID, 5%
buyers premium.




EXPANDING COMPANY
SEEKING applicants to
learn the truss building
trade. Paid on-the-job
training, bi-weekly bonus-
es. For appointment
please call Arban & Asso-
ciates from 7am-3pm @
850-836-4362
EXPERIENCED wai-
tresses & cooks, in Ver-
non area.. 535-0112
AVON CALLING JOIN
the fun with the Avon
team. Earn spending
money. Phone Dwayne
Atkins, Appointment fee
$15. 547-1640 ISR
CARPENTER NEEDED
EXPERIENCED MUST.
HAVE OWN TOOLS AND
TRANSPORTATION. WE
ARE A DRUG FREE
WORKPLACE. EOE. AP-
PLYAT RIDLEY'S TOWN
& COUNTRY BUILDERS
949 ORANGE HILL RD.
7:30AM-4:OOPM.
(850)638-4436
DRIVERS GREAT HOME
time & benefits! Dedicat-
ed & shorthaul runs. 2 yrs
OTR exp, 25YOA; lease
purchase also available.
Shelton Trucking. 800-
877-3201
NHC HOMECARE RN/
LPN/HHA Does indepen-
dence, flexibility, a great
working environment, and
appreciation on a daily
basis sound inviting? Our
Chipley homecare pro-
gram is seeking RNs,
PRN, LPNs and HHAs to
provide skilled care to our
homebound patients.
Mileage reimbursed; ben-
efits. Interested parties
may contact Melissa
Finch in Chipley at 850-
638-8118. EOE/DFWP


TRAVELCENTERS OF
America is now hiring for
the following positions:
Fuel/Store Customer
Service Reps (2); Truck
Service Advisors (1); Die-
sel Mechanics (4); 401k
plan, paid vacation & holi-
days, health and dental
insurance. Apply in per-
son at 1-10 & S.R. 71.
Marianna, Florida.
LPN OR MEDICAL Assis-
tant needed for a busy
family practice. Prior
doctor's office experience
a plus. Mail resume to PO
Box 692, Chipley, FL
32428.
CASHIER/DELI PER-
SON needed. Competi-
tive wage, benefits. 638-
0811
NOW HIRING: A highly
motivated, dependable
person to implement a
substance abuse preven-
tion, after-school pro-
gram for youth in
Washington and Jackson
Counties. Must be profi-
cient in Microsoft Office
and able to work indepen-
dently. Position is part
time with potential to be
full time. Please fax re-
sume to Heather Saun at
850-482-9298
NEEDED EXPERI-
ENCED ROOFERS Now
hiring immediately
Foremans & laborers.
Call 548-9137, experi-
enced only.
WEEKEND RECEP-
TIONIST WANTED Sat-
urday and Sunday 8am-
6:30pm. Must be depend-
able and have general
office skill knowledge.
Apply in person at
Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab Center 306 W. Brock
Ave., Bonifay, Florida
MIDNIGHT SHIFT
LAUNDRY person
7:30pm-5:30am. 6 days
on, 8 days off. 30hrs/wk.
Starting pay $6.25 per
hour. Call for application
information. 850-547-
3708 ..... .
NEED CAREGIVER
FOR elderly lady 4 days
a week & every other
Saturday. 8am-1:30pm.
Call after 4pm. (850)773-
3366
CHILDCARE WORKER
NEEDED Experience
preferred. Must apply in
person at Kids World of
Chipley. FL lic#
C02WS0339
EBRO GREYHOUNp
PARK Now hiring waiters/
waitresses, cocktail wait-
resses, bar back and a0-
missions. Please apply in
person or call 535-4048
for appointment.



WE BUY GUNS jewelry,
scrap gold, silver, coins,
etc.. Call 678-5999. 28
Red Pawn, 640E John
Sims, Niceville, FL.




REWARD LOST DOG
14yr old blind white Jaqk
Russell Terrier, lost on
Monday, Jan. 10th in ear-
ly afternoon at Whitq-
head's Crossroads in
Caryville. Please call
547-2238


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STATEWIDE CLASSIFIEDSal


ADULT GROUP HOME
has 2 vacancies. Pay
one price. Everything in-
cluded. (850)638-7567;
(850)638-1898
, LAND TRAX Heavy Cut-
ting Service We cut and
.shred thick brush,
branches & trees to 4"
diameter. (850)596-
:7970
-'PANHANDLE LAWN
:*SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
:-Estimates 956-5070 or
^56-4758
-C&C BOOKKEEPING &
-Tax Service. Open 5
days a week. 8am to
5pm. Call 850-638-1483
J&J CABINET shop. For
all your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
Call James S. Howell.
535-2839
REPAIR SERVICE for
your office or home: type-
- writers, calculators, cash
-registers, etc. WASH-
1NGTON COUNTY
- NEWS, 1364 N. Railroad
Ave., Chipley. 850-638-
0212
C&C CONSTRUCTION
Specializing in Architec-
tural Metal Roofing. In-
stallation and repair on
Commercial or residen-
tial. Free Quotes and 5
year warranty on .work-
manship. Call 548-9137.
License #RC29027043
FOR RENT first in Chip-
ley, Mini Warehouses. If
you don't have the room,
"We Do" Lamar
Townsend 850-638-
4539, north of
Townsends.
Wesley Hall Roofing
.LLC. All types roofing &
repair. Metal roofs, flat
roofs, new roofs & tear
offs. We do it all! 415-
5540 or 638-8335
Lic#RC0066513
ENGLISH GARDENER
LOOKING for work in
Chipley area. (850)722-
7571
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NOTICE OF HEARING TO
ADOPT AND REVISE SCHOOL
BOARD POLICIES AND
PROCEDURES AND STUDENT
CODE OF CONDUCT
WASHINGTON COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE
Monday, February 14. 2005 at
5:30pm
Notice Is hereby given that on
Monday, February 14, 2005 at
5:30pm the Washington County
School Board will consider adopt-
ing and/or revising: School Baord
Policies/Procedures and the Stu-
dent Code of Conduct.
The purpose and specific legal
authority under which School
Board Policies and Procedures
are authorized, and a estimate of
the economic impact of the pro-
posed Policies and Procedures on
all affected persons are given.
PURPOSE:
1. Board Policies: We are adopt-
ing and/or revising School Board
Policies to reflect statutory
changes, current practice and are
also making some minor lan-
guage changes to portions of our
policies to enhance user readabil-

New Policies that will be consid-
ered for adoption are:
5.37 Student Use of Cell Tele-
phones and Other Communica-
tion Devices
6.321 Employee Use of Cellular
Telephones
6.917 Utilization of Sick Leave
Policies that are being revised to
reflect statutory changes, current
practice and minor language
changes are: 2.26, 2.30, 3.11,
3.20,3.90,4.61,4.70,5.10,6.145,
6.17, 6.30, 6.912, 6.913, 6.914,
7.52, 8.14 and 8.80.
2. Procedures: All procedures are
being updated to be consistent
with statutory changes, practice
and language changes to en-
hance user readability.
3. Student Code of Conduct: We
are updating the Student Code of
Conduct to include student disci-
Vlinary action for the following:
violence Against School Board
Personnel Prohibited, Violation of
Transportation Policies Prohibited
and the Use of Cell Telephones
and Other Communication De-
vices.
LEGALAUTHORITY: The Wash-
ington County School Board is
authorized under 1001.43 of the
Florida Statutes to develop/
amend policies and procedures.
ECONOMIC IMPACT: The cost of
promulgating the revision will be
approximately $5.00 per docu-
ment.
Individuals wishing to obtain a
copy of the proposed revisions
may contact the Superintendent's
Office at 652 Third Street, Chip-
ley, Florida.
As published in the Washington
County News January 15, 19,26,
February 2, 9, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 04-512
MORTGAGE ELECTRONICS
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC. AS NOMINEE FOR COUN-
TRYWIDE HOME LOANS, INC.,
Plaintiff
vs.
FRANK A. DEAN A/K/A FRANK
ALLEN DEAN; GLEN DALE
MICHAELS; SARAH SUGGS
MICHAELS. A/K/A SARAH
LOUISE MICHAELS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF FRANKA. DEAN A/
K/A FRANKAILEN DEAN; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANT (S) IN POSSESSION
OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgemnet of
Foreclosure dated the 11 th day of
January, 2005, and entered in


Case No. 04-512, of the Circuit
Court of the 14TH Judicial Circuit
in and for Washington County,
Florida, wherein MORTGAGE
ELECTRONICS REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE
FOR COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS, INC. is the Plaintiff and
FRANK A. DEAN A/K/A FRANK
ALLEN DEAN: GLEN DALE
MICHAELS; SARAH SUGGS
MICHAELS A/K/A SARAH
LOUISE MICHAELS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF FRANK A DEAN A/
K/A FRANK ALLEN DEAN; JOHN
DOE; JANE DOE; AS UNKNOWN
TENANT (S) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are
defendants. I will sell to the high-
est and best bidder for cash at the
AT FRONT STEPS OF COURT-
HOUSE at Washington County
Courthouse, in CHIPLEY, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 23rd day of
February, 2005, the following de-
scribed property as set forth in said
Final Judgement, to wit:
LOTS 1 AND 2, BLOCK 18,
BUCHKHORN CREEK LIMITED
ACRES, A SUBDIVISION AS
SHOWN ON PLAT FILED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, AT PAGE 168, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
WASHIGNTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SUBJECT TO EASE-
MENT FOR DRAINAGE AS
SHOWN ON PLAT.
TOGETHER WITH A 1993
DOUBLE WIDE "HOME" MOBILE
HOME, VIN NUMBERS
FLHMLCP3719990A AND
FLHMLCP3719990B, TITLE
NUMBERS 64551027 AND
64551028, AND RP NUMBERS
R0599061 AND R0599062.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA),
disabled persons who, because of
their disabilities, need special ac-
commodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the
ADA Coordinator at 1293 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, Fl 32428 or Tele-
phone Voice/TDD (904) 763-9061
prior to such proceeding.
Dated this 11th day of January,
2005.
LINDA HAYES COOK
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: K. McDaniel
Deputy Clerk
Submitted by: Law Office of
Marshall C. Watson
1800 NW 49th Street, Suite 120
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309
Telephone:(954) 453-0365/Fac-
simile:(954) 771-6052
As Published in the Washington
County News Jauary 15,22,2005.



REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
The City of Chipley is now accept-
ing bids for Landscape Architec-
ture services for landscape im-
provements in the City of Chipley.
The City will receive "proposals"
until January 24, 2005 at 3:00 p.m.
Proposals will be opened January
24, 2005 at 3:10 p.m..
Scope of proposals consist of pro-.
viding the City of Chipley with pro-
fessional Landscape Architecture
services for landscape improve-
ments in the City of Chipley,
Florida. The construction budget
for irrigation and landscape im-
provements is approximately
$260,000.
Proposals must be sealed and in
an envelope marked "Landscape
Architectural Proposals". They
may be mailed tothe City of Chip-
ley, P.O. Box 1007, Chipley, Fl.
32428, or delivered to City Hall at
1442 Jackson Ave. Chipley, Fl.
The City reserves the right to
waive any further Informality or to
reject any or all proposals. The City
of Chipley is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
As Published in the Washington
County News January 12,15,19,
22, 2005.


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