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2005 Chipley Newspapers Inc.


Red Head residents win Round 1


CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
The public has spoken, at least
until July.
After unanimously denying a
request by Northern Land Trust to
vacate and cease maintenance of
roadways in the Red Head com-
munity, Washington County Com-
missioners received an enthusiastic
standing ovation for their vote from
the standing-room-only crowd at
Thursday night's marathon public
hearing.
Following the reading of the no-
tice of public hearing by Commis-
sion Chairman Ronnie Finch, Paul
Baines, who represents the Knight
family and the Trust, asked permis-
sion to speak first on the matter.
The public hearing was prompt-
ed by a lawsuit filed by Northern
Land Trust, which demanded
the closing of five roads that run
through their property, which is
commonly known as Moody's
Pasture.
Closing of the roads was
a settlement offered by the
Trust to avoid further litigation on
the matter. According to County
Attorney Gerald Holley, a July
trial date has been scheduled.
As a condition of closing North
Henry Lane, Rocky Landing Road
and portions of Bell Community,
Charley Brown and Potter Springs
roads, Northern Land Trust agreed
to quit claim Henry Lane, and por-
tions of Bell Community and Hol-
mes Valley roads to the county.
When Baines was permitted to
move forward with his presenta-
tion, he told commissioners that
citizens have illegally dumped
garbage, trespassed and poached
on Trust land.
"None of these roads are pri-
mary access roads," said Baines.
"We have confirmed there is no
impact (on emergency services)
with Washington County Sheriff
Bobby Haddock."
Baines also said he has tried
to determine if there are any le-
gitimate concerns about closing
the roads. "There are not," he
declared.
Also, he told commissioners
there is no proof the county built
the roads.
"It is not up to you to decide who
built the roads," Baines advised.
He went on to say the commis-
sion's charge is to discover and






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Northwest Florida Community Hospital is again the center of a
debate that is dividing the county.


Controversy swirls


around NWFCH


CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
Should the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital (NWFCH)
lease be investigated, or not?
Kelly Brock, representing 600
people who signed a petition re-
questing the Washington County
Board of County Commissioners
pull a request to investigate the
lease that put Northwest Florida
Healthcare, Inc. (NFH) in charge
of the local hospital, pled his case
before the Board at their Thursday
meeting.
At last month's meeting, follow-
ing the presentation of a petition
requesting the board to ask for an
investigation of the hospital deal,
commissioners acted to send a let-
ter to the state's attorneys office
Commission Chairman Ron-
nie Finch, who was one of two
commissioners voting against, the
40-year lease that was signed in
February, 2004, openly questioned
why the investigation should be
halted.
"If the air is clear," he said, "I
don't understand the problem."
Brock reasoned the air had been
cleared.
"It should have been clear at the
point the Commission decided to
sign off on the lease," he offered.
Finch recalled he had not voted
for the decision because he did not
hear any valid reasons to move for-
ward with the contract.
"Once a decision is made," said
Brock, "we can make it not OK."
: He reasoned the county should
not request an investigation unless
they have something concrete on
Which to base their request.
Brock was also concerned about
the picture the county was painting
of itself to the outside world.
"A good, positive image," Brock
Said, "usually produces a good,
positive outcome."
Commissioner Lenzy Corbin,
1ihe other Board member casting
).nay vote on the NWFCH deal,
liever misses an opportunity to
question the disappearance of a
Surplus which was in' place when
Sacred Heart Health Systems took
over management of the facility in
May 1999.
Patrick Schlenker, who is the
president and CEO of NFH, was
a Sacred Heart vice president and
acting CEO of NWFCH when the
lease was signed.


"I voted against the deal," Corbin
recalled. "We were offered one-half
million (dollars) for 25 years, in-
stead we gave $3.2 million.
"We had $4.11 million in the
bank, plus a checking account with
$800,000 in it when they (Sacred
Heart) came," Corbin recalled.
He then mentioned the healthcare
giant from Pensacola ran through
that surplus and accumulated a debt
of $2 million in the process.
Corbin said he has been a sup-
porter of the hospital from the
beginning, personally financing a
mass mailing prior to a 1974 elec-
tion, which he claims produced a
73-vote victory at the polls to build
the facility.
He, too, questioned the concern
over the pending investigation.
"If they ain't nothing' to hide,"
said Corbin, "I can't see a prob-
lem."
Brock said the issue was dis-
cussed and debated vigorously
throughout the course of negotia-
tions. He reasoned once the deci-
sion to lease the facility to NFH
was made, it should have been
supported by all commissioners.
Finch said after the 3-2 vote
that leased the facility to NFH, the
Board did move forward.
The petition presented at the last
commission meeting was the first
detractor from that forward prog-
ress, according to Finch.
The vote was 4-1, to move for-
ward with the request, prompting
a letter to State Attorney Steve
Meadows asking for consideration
of the matter.
Commissioner Lynn Cope, the
only remaining member of the
three-vote majority in the afore-
mentioned deal, voted against the
writing the letter to Meadows.
The other two majority voters,
John Hall and Charles Brock, lost
out on their bids to regain positions
on the Board in the 2004 elec-
tions
Kelly Brock restated his po-
sition against the negative attitude
projected by the ongoing hospital
debate.
"We need to be proud of Wash-
ington County," he concluded.
Finch promised the petition
would be forwarded to the state's
attorneys office.
Following Finch's promise, Ole
Ellis asked to speak on the situa-
See NWFCH, Page 5


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Milton Brown, above, voices concerns
over emergency response issues, while
the Northern Trust attorney, below,
explains why that is not a concern.
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help prevent illegal trespassing,
dumping and poaching, as well
as to encourage responsible land
maintenance.
Furthermore, Baines explained
the Knight family has been talk-
ing with Haddock in an effort to
establish a sheriff's annex in the
southwestern part of the county.
Also, the idea of a school bus
garage in that area was being
considered.
In closing, Baines charged
commissioners to listen to well-
reasoned, legitimate objections,
not hyperbole.
Several members of the com-
munity that would be affected by
the road closings were then given
an opportunity to speak.
Milton Brown, who is a mem-
ber of the Florida Highway Patrol,
began by questioning Baines' as-
sessment of Haddock's take on the
situation.
"I talked to the sheriff and he
said if closing the roads was a
condition of getting the build-
ing," Brown said, "he doesn't
want it."


As was the case with several
comments made throughout the
evening, Brown's comments
brought a round of applause from
the audience.
He went on to explain the need
for multiple accesses to the area,
citing forest fire three years ago
that would, in his estimation, have
been much more tragic if the roads
had been close at that point.
"If you closed roads because
they are owned on both sides of
the road by one person," Brown
reasoned, "or for dumping or tres-
passing, you would have very few
county roads left."
Pastor Lewis Brown said fire-
fighters need access to a water sup-
ply at the end of Bell Community
Road.
"I think it would be tragic to
close Bell Community Road,"
he said. "Don't close off our only
water supply in case of another
tragic fire."
Leonard Dean, who summoned
people to the front, lives on Bell
Community Road.
He explained the difficulties
school busses and mail carriers
would have if the roads were
closed.
Bruce Smith, who works for
the forestry service, and lives on
Henry Lane, also talked about the
fire Brown mentioned.
"All the people in this crowd
wouldn't be here if it wasn't im-
portant," he said.
Several other community mem-
bers took time at the microphone,
including Mitchell Brown, who is
also a highway-patrolman. He ad-
dressed the emergency response
time question as well.
"I know," he said. "I have to
respond and minutes do count."
Dean then reviewed the trash
question. He said 99% of the trash
is from Bay County.
"They don't want to go to the
Steelfield Landfill," he said. "They
would rather take it to the black
community and dump it."
Mary Brown Silva, who grew
up in the area, was at the hearing
representing the Tallahassee law
firm where she is employed.
She read a letter from the firm,
which explained its representation
of one of the people adversely af-
fected by the road closings.
She also responded to a com-
See ROADS, Page 5


Lady Tigers travel to Tallahassee
Chipley High School Lady Tigers girls basketball team will
travel to Tallahassee tonight to face North Florida Christian in
the Region 1 finals at 6 p.m. CST.


Winner of Washington County's District Spelling Bee held Tuesday is Hannah Young, right.
Runners-up are Kristen Corley, left, third, and Brittany Dilmore, second. Deputy Superintendent
of Schools Mike Welch stands behind the winners. Story is on Page 4.


Inside today...
Years Ago................ 2
Kiwanis News 2
JROTC 3
Community news 4
SSpelling bee 4


AQUA WATER THERAPY
S hauncey Belser,
4 7 P.T. M.S.M., Owner


Weather..
Saturday: Partly cloudy. Highs in the upper 60s. Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph. Sat-
urday Night: Partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of rain. Isolated thunderstorms.
Lows in the upper 40s. Northeast winds up to 5 mph. Sunday: Mostly cloudy with
rain likely. Isolated thunderstorms. Highs in the mid 60s. East winds 5 to 10 mph.
Chance of rain 70 percent. Sunday Night: Mostly cloudy with showers likely. Isolated
thunderstorms. Lows in the mid 40s. Chance of rain 60 percent. Monday: Partly
cloudy with a 40 percent chance of rain. Highs in the mid 60s. Monday Night: Partly
cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Lows in the lower 40s. Tuesday and
Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy. Highs around 60. Lows in the upper 30s.
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SChipley Kiwanis Hews
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Years Ago

Taken from the files of the Washington County News


Kiwanians Paul Parker, Kim Wilson, and Gene Halley discuss different ways the
club can make a difference in the community.

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Cafeteria. Contact any Kiwanis Member
President Bill Howell talks to Kiwan-
ians about the 50th Annual Pancake
Breakfast that will be held March 18,
2005, from 6-9am at the Kate Smith
Cafeteria. Contact any Kiwanis Member
to purchase your tickets. Howell empha-
sizes to members the impact that the
fundraiser has on various programs in
the community.


Kiwanian David Solger informs mem-
bers about various Club and Individu-
al Awards that Kiwanis International
will be presenting in the upcoming
year.


5 YEARS AGO, 2000
A ribbon-cutting cer-
emony and open house
were held at FDOT's
credit unit which had
moved into new and
larger quarters with sev-
eral drive-through lanes.
Kayla Decker, 11,
made her debut as a level
eight gymnast and won
first place all-around for
her age division at the
Fiesta Classic Meet in
Atlanta, Ga.
Peter Mayfield, Mi-
chael Register, Nathan
Riley and Terry Davis
of the Chipley Tigers
weightlifting team quali-
fied for the state meet.
10 YEARS AGO, 1995
Northwest Florida
Community Hospital
contributed $100 to
Roulhac Middle School
in honor of its 11 first-
place winners in an area
science fair.
W.E. (Bill) Waddle an-
nounced his retirement
as district secretary at
Florida Department of
Transportation after 30
years of service.
15 YEARS AGO, 1990
Teddy Spangenburg
III became the third
member of his family to
receive the Eagle Scout
award. His father and
grandfather had received


awards in 1970 and 1946,
respectively.
Chipley students qual-
ifying for the Academic
Scholars Fund included
Jim Sapp, Chad Wil-
liams, Charlotte Riley,
Melissa Holley and Lee
Flatner.
25 YEARS AGO, 1980
Donna Kent was
crowned Miss Chipley
High School. -
James (Jamie) Cream-
er was the first baby born
at the new Washington
County Hospital.
30 YEARS AGO, 1975
Marco Tiller was hired
as road superintendent
at a regular meeting of
the Washington County
Commission.
VHS students par-
ticipating in a band
workshop sponsored by
Florida Bandmasters
District Two were Nancy
Russ, Charles Foder and
Durwin Parish, clarinet;
Nicey Taylor, saxo-
phone; and Marie Lom-
bard, bass clarinet.
40 YEARS AGO, 1965
Dennie Seabolt, a
Panama City herpetolo-
gist, milked rattlesnakes
at the annual Washing-
ton County Rattlesnake
Rodeo sponsored by the
Sportsman's Club.
The purchase of rights-


of-way land to 'build
Interstate 10 was under
way.
50 YEARS AGO, 1955
Kate Leonard of Stu.
art was visiting her niece.
Mrs. Hoyt Armstrong.
and Mr. Armstrong.
Joe Parmer of Panama
City spent Friday with
his sister and brother-in.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Butler.
Martha Jean Car
nazza and little daughter.
Teresa,of Jacksonville
spent some time with her
aunt, Mozelle Cailey,
65 YEARS AGO, 1940
Fuller Warren's first
appearance in Chipley as
candidate for governor
was made on a Saturday
afternoon.
Dr. G.W. Carter
hosted a meeting of the
Washington/Holmes
Medical Society.
90 YEARS AGO, 1915
Miss Vesta Gay of
Panama City was in
Chipley to attend a Sat-
urday evening oyster
roast at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J.J. Willis.
Mrs. Walter Williams
of Graceville was a guest
of Mrs. W.H. Grace.
Leila Grant of Gracev-
ille was working in the
Chipley telephone ex-
change.


FCAT testing begins


Washington .County
public school students in
grades 3-11 will be taking
the FCAT tests Feb. 28 to
March 11. The tests have
two parts, the FCAT SSS
and FCAT NRT.
FCAT SSS is designed
to measure the students'
knowledge of reading,
writing, mathematics and
science benchmarks from
the Sunshine State Stan-
dards (SSS).
The second part is a
Norm-Referenced Test
(NRT) used to compare
Florida student perfor-
mances in reading and
math with the performance
of students nationwide.
All parents should re-
ceive a booklet "Keys to
FCAT" which is designed
to help them learn more
about FCAT and to pro-
vide students with infor-
mation that will help better
prepare them for the test.
Parents and students are
encouraged to use this doc-
ument in preparation for the
upcoming FCAT test.
The schedule, detailed
below, will be strictly fol-
lowed during the testing
period.
Day 1, Mon., Feb. 28
Grade 3, SSS Reading,
Session 1.
Grade 4, SSS Reading,
Session 1.
Grade 5, SSS Mathe-
matics, Session 1.
Grades 6,7,9, SSS Read-
ing, Session 1
Grades 6, 7, 9, SSS Read-
ing, Session 2.
Grades 8,10, SSS Read-
ing, Session 1
Grades 8, 10, SSS Read-
ing, Session 2
Grades 10-adult, SSS
Reading Retake
Day 2, Tues., March 1
Grade 3, SSS Reading,
Session 2.
Grade 4, SSS Reading,
Session 2.
Grade 5, SSS Mathe-
matics, Session 2.
Grades 6, 7, 9, SSS


Mathematics, Session 3
Grades 6, 7, 9, SSS
Mathematics, Session 4
Grades 8, 10, SSS Math-
ematics, Session 3.
Grades 10-adult, SSS
Mathematics Retake
Day 3, Wed., March 2
Grades 3, 4, SSS Mathe-
matics, Session 3,
Grades 3, 4, SSS Mathe-
matics, Session 4.
Grade 5, SSS Reading,
Session 3.
Grade 5, SSS Reading,
Session 4.
Days 4&5, March 3&4
All Grades, make up
testing
Day 6, March 7
Grades 5,8, SSS Science,
Session 5.
Grade 8, SSS Science,
Session 6.
Grade 11, SSS Science,
Session 1.
Grade 11, SSS Science,
Session 2.
Day 7, Tuesday, March 8
Grade 5, SSS Science,
Session 6.
Day 8, Wed., March 9
Grades 3-10, NRT Ses-
sion 1, Reading*
Grades 3-10, NRT Ses-
sion 2, Mathematics*
Days 9 & 10,
March 10 & 11
All Grades Make-up
testing

NRT tests may be ad-
ministered any day during
the testing period on which
there are no SSS sessions
scheduled. You will be
notified by your student's
school should the NRT be
scheduled for a date other
than March 9.
The following sugges-
tions cover ways in which
parents may support their
child during the actual days
of testing:
*Rearrange afterschool
and evening activities on
the days before each section
of the test if possible.
*Ensure that your student
gets a good night's sleep
before the test.


SMonday
*Make sure your student
has a nutritious breakfast
on test days.
*Have your student come
to school prepared with
sharpened #2 pencils and a
good eraser.
*Send a light snack for
your student if he/she needs
something to eat on the lon-
ger testing days to maintain
energy.
*Discuss with your stu-
dent any test review mate-
rials which might be sent
home.
*Realize that your student
may seem more tired than
usual after each day of
testing.
*Express your support and
confidence in your student
to do well on FCAT.
*Help your student under-
stand that testing is a part
of the instructional process
and nothing to be feared.
If you have any questions
concerning FCAT, you may
call the guidance counselor
at your child's school.


Washington County Arrest Report

Abbott, Melissa Dyann, W/F, 30, Chipley; issuing worthless checks; arrested
2/17.
Baker, Tony Alan, W/M, 30, Youngstown; grand theft auto, larceny; arrested
2/17.
Boston, James Carlos, B/M, 40, Chipley; possession of marijuana, possession of
paraphernalia; arrested 2/17.
Brown, Joe Clyde Jr., B/M, 36, Caryville; possession of cocaine; arrested 2/14.
Carswell, Christopher Jovan, B/M, 26, Chipley; burglary, larceny; arrested 2/18.
Coley, Barbara Ann, W/F, 49, Vernon; battery; arrested 2/21.
Creamer, James Dwayne Jr., W/M, 25, Chipley; issuing worthless checks; ar-
rested 2/10.
Harcus, Floyd Childree, W/M, 58, Caryville; producing marijuana, sale of mari-
juana; arrested 2/18.
Hogans, James Acory, B/M, 34, Mobile, Ala.; possession of paraphernlia,sale of
cocaine, driving under the influence; arrested 2/18.
Hughes, Kerstin Alana, W/F, 20, Chipley; possession of narcotic, sale of narcotic;
arrested 2/18.
Joyner, Chad Lawrence, W/M, 26, no address listed; violation of probation; ar-
rested 2/14.
Knox, Lonzell, B/M, 17, Campbellton; flee and attempt to elude; arrested 2/16.
Looney, Charles Marshall, W/M, 26, Bonifay; possession of marijuana; arrested
2/15.
Mareli, Richard Clint, W/M, 22, Bonifay; driving under the influence; arrested
2/16.
Masias, Humberto Carrsco, H/M, 41, Ocala; fraud; arrested 2/19.
Mingo, Kenneth Earl, B/M, 40, Caryville; resist officer, possession of parapher-
nalia; arrested 2/14.
Schimer, Heather Elaine, W/F, 22, Parker; violation of probation; arrested 2/14.
Scott, Sharmaine Leron, B/M, 24, Vernon; violation of probation; arrested 2/14.
Simpson, Wally Leon, W/M, 37, Freeport; violation of probation; arrested 2/18.
Watson, Patricia, W/F, 50, Caryville; robbery; arrested 2/16.



NOTICE
S March 1st is the deadline to apply
re" Open 7 Days for Homestead, Senior Citizen's,
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~SAJII5Y! Classification (Greenbelt).
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Vernon High School
JROTC hosted its third
biannual Quiz Bowl
competition on Dec. 2.
Teams from Vernon,
Chipley and Holmes
County high schools
competed, working to-
gether to answer trivia
questions in the Leader-
ship Education Aptitude
Drill (LEAD) game.
There was a time limit
of only 20 seconds per
question. The winner was
the first team to compile
15 points at the end of the
round.
Holmes County fin-
ished first with Chipley
in second place.
Members of the Hol-
mes County team were
Monica Huff, captain;
Taylon Grenhoff, Jamie
Smith, Damien Needham
and Anthony Berkley.
Representing Chipley
JROTC were Jimmy
Daniels, captain; Sum-
mer Thomas, Chris
Cumbie, Andrew Griggs
and Chatara Brown.
Vernon's team included
Michael Merring, cap-
tain; William Landells,
Brandon Isenhour, Rich-
ard Morris, and Jamie
Wood.


December
JROTC Christmas
.Ball
Vernon High School
JROTC hosted its an-
nual Christmas Ball at
Boardwalk Beach Re-
sort in Panama City on
Dec. 4.
The formal event in-
cluded awards and pro-
motions, plus fun and
dancing, for the cadets.
VHS Vice Principal
Julia Morales was guest
speaker.
Among those receiving
awards were the winners
of an impromptu vote
for best dressed: Crystal
Boop won in the female
category; Jonathan Miller
was picked as best dressed
male; and Crystal Boop
and Todd Perronne won
best dressed couple.
Special guests were
School Board Superin-
tendent, Calvin Steven-
son and wife; School
Board Member, Wayne
Saunders, and wife; and
VHS Principal Bill Lee.
JROTC Angels
Members of Vernon's
JROTC participated in a
Pick an Angel fund-raiser
for needy Washington
County children. They
chose two boys and two


girls.
Keeping within their
budget of $400, the
cadets purchased jack-
ets, watches, shoes and
clothes for the boys, as
well as clothing, jewelry,
a bike, CDs and purses
for the girls.
Informational Field Trip
Preparations for this
trip began early in the
semester. They included
choosing a destination
that would be interesting
as well as historically
significant. They choose
the Eglin Air Force Base
Air Armament Museum
in Destin.
LET 6 senior cadets
Dewey DeSalvo, Bran-
don Isenhour, and Ernest
Bishop made the trip on
Dec. 8, along with the
LET 5 cadets.
Approximately 29 air-
craft have been restored
as close to the original
design as possible. They
date back to the World
War II era and include
some of the most current
planes.
The 15 cadets had time
to tour exhibits of weap-
ons and aircraft models
used in all wars since
WWII.


October, November


JROTC cadets from
Vernon High School
made a couple of inter-
testing field trips during
October and November.
Coastal Systems Tour
The cadets visited the
Coastal Systems Station
(CSS) in Panama City
Oct. 28.
Visiting the Naval
Diving and Salvage
Training Center, the ca-
dets learned what Navy
divers go through, in
their training... and on
the job.
Diving suits from
World War II were dis-
played, as well as suits
that are in use these
days.
Men and women were
undergoing confidence
training in a big pool dur-
ing their visit. The driv-
ers were put through un-
expected situations that
could lead to pressure. It
is interesting to see how
divers "keep their cool"


while facing life- threat-
ening occurrences.
The cadets toured the
air operations hangar
where air craft is re-
paired, and stored while
not in use, and saw
the Landing Craft Air
Cushion hover craft, an
amphibious vehicle that
transports Marines and
their tank-like machines
from the ship to land.
Heritage Day Events
On Nov. 5, eligible
cadets were among those
who attended the annual
Heritage Day (portraying
activities of the 1800s) at
Marianna Caverns State
Park. I
Heritage Day is a time
to remember people from
that time and the olden
ways. Quilting was dem-
onstrated, as well as bis-
cuit making.
Liquid was squeezed
from sugar cane using
an old fashioned ex-
tractor with a couple of


horses to crush the cane
stalks and release the
juice which can be used
as a sweet drink or boiled
into syrup.
Also enjoyed at HeriL
tage Day was homemade
butter, cracklings, and
flavored honey.
Demonstrations and
exhibits included candle
and soap making, arrow-
heads, tomahawks and
antique iron cookware.
There was a Civil War
enactment with uni-
formed "soldiers" firing
weapons of that period.
A Civil War cannon was
fired fairly often through-
out the day.
Many of the exhibits
allowed hands-on expe-
rience so the cadets tried
using old fashioned tools
like a hand drill and two-
man saw.
Jumping into present,
the cadets visited a pizza
place for lunch before re-
turning to school.


The Emergency Home
Energy Assistance Pro-
gram (EHEAP) for the
Elderly, announces that
funds are available for
eligible households in
the following counties:
Bay, Calhoun, Franklin,
Gadsen, Gulf, Holmes,
Jackson, Jefferson,
Leon, Liberty, Madi-
son, Taylor, Wakulla,
and Washington.
To be eligible, the
applicant must be 60
or older and not have
received any prior as-
sistance toward their
utility/gas bill since
October 2004.
If the applicant is ap-


proved, a benefit of up
to $300 will be allowed
toward full payment of
a past due or current bill.
No reimbursements are
provided. The funding
is based on a prioritiza-
tion method and will be
available until the funds
are exhausted.
Eligibility criteria in-
cludes, but is not limited
to: at least one person
age 60 or older must re-
side in the home; total
household income must
not exceed 150% of the
federal poverty level;
proof of income for all
household members
must be verifiable; and


assistance has not been
received on any of their
utility/gas bills since
October 2004.
The EHEAP can be
reached by calling the
Elder Helpline at 1-800-
963-5337 or through the
local senior service pro-
vider in their area.
The Area Agency on
Aging for North Flor-
ida is a not-for-profit
organization charged
with the responsibility
of administering aging
programs in 14 North
Florida counties through
contracts with the State
of Florida's Department
of Elder affairs.


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AARP//CCOA Offerings)


Income Tax


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Deputy School Superintendent Mike Welch presents awards to this year's runners-
up: Lauren Hall of VMS, Brittany Davis, VMS, Josh Johnson, KMS, Matthew
Weisensale, KMS, and Chandler Young, VMS, who finished fourth.


Young takes district spelling bee


Hannah Young, a sixth
grader at Roulhac Middle
School, will attend the
March 5 spelling bee in
Panama City as repre-
sentative of Washington
County.
The youngster outlasted
Brittney Dilmore, also
of the RMS sixth grade,
Feb. 22 at the District
Level Spelling Bee for
fifth- through eighth-grade
students who had moved
up to that level through
contests that began last
year in their classrooms.
Those competing in the
recent contest held at the
School Board offices in
Chipley, consisted of Josh
Johnson and Matthew
Weisensale of Kate Smith
fifth grade; Dilmore and
Young of the RMS sixth
grade.
Seventh-graders Brit-
tany Davis of the Vernon
Middle School (VMS) and
Kristen Corley of RMS
also competed, along with


eighth-graders Chandler
Young and Lauren Hall,
both of VMS.
Brenda Miller pro-
nounced words for the
contest coordinated by
Jenny Strickland.
Mary Wagner, adminis-
trative secretary, was in
charge of the tape recorder.
Judges were Neal Mixon,
Angia Morris and Sandy
French.
The bee began about
10:15 a.m., shortly after
Strickland had introduced
the contestants, judges and
other guests. One speller
sat down after the eighth
round, but it was almost
11 a.m. before the second
took a seat.
Then another sat down
and the remaining five
continued spelling words
until only three were left.
Kristen Corley had third
'place wrapped up when she
sat down so she watched
the duel between Dilmore
and Young with the parents


and grandparents rooting
for their student. It went
on until there were no more
words on the list the young-
sters had studied.
Strickland called for a
break and words from an
advanced list were called
when the girls returned to
the stage. The words were
too advanced so a new list,
Paidcia, was introduced.
Spelling continued until
Hannah Young was de-
clared the winner. The time
was nearly 12:00 noon.
Joining Hannah in
the winner's circle were
Brittney Dilmore, second
place, and Kristen Corley,
third, both of Roulhac.
Trophies were awarded
by Deputy Superinten-
dent Mike Welch, who
presented coupons to all
participants.
Chipley. Kiwanis, Club
furnished the trophies and
other supporters provided
coupons for movies and
fast-food treats.


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


Washington County
Council On Aging, Inc. and
AARP are co-sponsoring
a mature driving class on
Saturday, March 19, from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The class will be held at
Washington County Council
on Aging in Chipley.
The eight-hour class


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 organiza-
tion of $250.00 or more
requires a receipt from
the receiving organiza-
tion. The following tax
forms will be completed
at preparation site: Form
1040; Schedules A, B, D,


was developed especially for
the senior driver with years
of driving experience.
The class reviews basic
driving knowledge, new
traffic laws, and introduces
techniques to help off-set the
effects of the aging process
on driver performance.
This mature driving


EIC, 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 March
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.


course is approved by the
DHSMV for a three-year
insurance premium re
duction.
There is a minimal fee of
$10 for the course.
To enroll call, Wash.
ington County Council on
Aging at (850) 638-6216 or
638-6217.


RSVP Volunteers


As we kick off the new
year, with some still making
resolutions, others amending
theirs forclarification; Jerry
Haviland of RSVP, would
like to share a thought.
"Rather than pick a worn
out theme, why not resolve


to be committed to whatever of time." So go Latin
endeavor comes to mind" he "Carpe diem"- seize the
said. day.
"You will have several op- There are many volunteer
portunities this year to make choices with RSVP.
a difference." For more information
There is an old saying, call Jerry Haviland at 638-
"procrastination is the thief 6217.


c


News of


Friends of the Library


Friends of the Wash-
ington County Library
will meet on Thursday,
March 3, at 12 noon at
the Chipley Women's
Club.
The program this
month is entitled "Ice-
land: A Personal Look at
its People and Govern-


ment, Geography, and
Myths and Legends."
Speakers, Dr. Beverly
Helms and Ruth McCrary
will share their visits to
Iceland.
For more information
or to make luncheon res-
ervations, contact Pauline
Davis at 638-0232


5-Points Crime Watch
Five Points Crime Watch will hold the next meeting
on March 3, at 6 p.m.
There will be no entire furnished. Keep this in mind
and plan your covered dish accordingly.
For more information, contact Henry, or Jerry Havi-
land at 535-2747.

Jam Session


It's time to rosin up your
bow move to head down to
the Chipley Shiner's Club
for an old-fashion jam ses-
sion.
According to Herschel
Yocum, who is 89 years
young, heads up the get
together, the session has
been moved to the club in
advance of the colder winter
weather.


It is still being held the
second and fourth Saturdays
of each month, between the
hours of 2 and 4 p.m.
"Bring your chairs," Yo-
cum says, "and come listen
and any person who can
play or sing is welcome to
join in."
Plans to return to the old
railroad depot in the spring
are progressing.


Special Community Interest


Old Fashion Day


Washington County
Farm Bureau has planned
its Old Fashion Day ac-
tivities for Saturday, Feb.
26. The event is held each
year in conjunction with
the annual Youth Fair. It
begins with a spaghetti.
supper from 4:30-6:30
p.m. Friday, Feb. 25.
Youth will set up their
exhibits Thursday eve-
ning and the fair will
be open on Friday with
rabbit and dairy shows
to be held that evening.
Livestock shows will be
held on Saturday.
Tickets to the spaghetti
supper will cost $5 adult
and $3 children with
proceeds going to "Ag
in the Classroom" and
other youth activities.
Old Fashion Day will
open Saturday morning
with the sale of hot bis-
cuits cooked on a wood
stove. Other country-
style activities, including
contests, entertainment,
exhibits and craft booths
will be held throughout
the day.
Saturday's attractions


will feature an antique
tractor display, with dem-
onstrations on log sawing,
cream separating, quilt-
ing, blacksmithing and
other activities.
Entertainment Satur-
day morning in the Ag
Center auditorium will
include a gospel group
at 8:30 a.m.; appearances
by "Four Old Dudes and
a Drummer" at 9 and 10:
15 a.m.; Kountry Folks
Cloggers, 9:45; and the
Dance Center of Bonifay,
11 a.m.
"It will be worth your
while to come just for the
entertainment," a spokes-
man said. "The day's ac-
tivities will also include
other fun. Be sure to be
present for an old-fashion
good time by all."
Anyone interested in
securing booths to dis-
play and market their
crafts and other materi-
als, as well as purchase
tickets for the spaghetti
supper, should visit the
Washington County Farm
Bureau on Hwy. 90, or
call (850) 638-1756.


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Save the Children
Save the Children Christian Center will distribute
food in Washington County March 16, 17, 18, 21
22.
The distribution will take place from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. at 805 Main Street N. in Chipley.
Volunteers are asked to call, or stop by the center
on March 14 for assignments.

Grease


Chipley High School's
drama department will
perform the 50's musical
"Grease" on April 22 and
23 in the Chipley High
School auditorium at 7
p.m.
The two-hour show
will include songs such
as "Summer Nights,"
"Greased Lightning," and
"We Go Together."
The performance is ap-


propriate for ages 10 and
up. Tickets are $7 for stu-
dents and $10 for adults.
Ticket sales information
begins in March.
The cast includes Kevin
Russell, Sara Watkins, Kai-
la Richards, David Hoover.
Thomas Laney, Alex May.
Josh Ward, Christon Pat-
rick, Jamie Wood, Jared
Holt, Justin Mashburn, and
Melissa McMickle.


Divorces
The following information was taken from records at the
Washington County Courthouse of unfinalized, recorded
divorce actions.
Feb. 07, James Erik Conway vs Amanda Linn
Conway.
Feb. 08, Tracie Matthew Jordan vs Debra Enfinger
Jordan.
Feb. 11, Stephanie Burress Halley vs Clarence Eu-
gene Halley.


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Road


ment made early on by
Baines, which questioned
the name Charley Brown
for one of the road. He
said Charley Brown
didn't even live on the
road.
Brown said Charley
Brown Jr. lived there on
a part-time basis, visit-
ing on weekends and
holidays.
In addition, Brown
questioned the county
attorney's handling of
the matter.
"I am the attorney in
opposition to closing the
roads," Holley said. "I
need your help."
He explained the public
hearing was a result of a
tentative settlement offer
made, that the commis-
sioners had looked at it
in an executive session
and agreed to move
forward to avoid further
litigation.
"If I had witnesses
(pertaining to who built
the roads)," he continued,
'we wouldn't be here to-
night."
Finch then asked how
closing the roads would
benefit Northern Trust.
Baines said it would
allow them to fence the
area to stop trespassing.
and dumping.
He also said that even
though highway patrol-
men had stated their
positions, the Board had
not heard from anyone
else,including the school
board and mail carries.
Joe Taylor, who over-
sees the bus garages for
Washington County Dis-
trict Schools, then spoke
up.
He said, "If you aban-


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Charles Brock speaks against the proposed road close.
ings.


A crl ii i i
A SRO crowd packs the commission meeting room Thursday night.


don maintenance, we con-
sider the roads closed.
Taylor went through
the criteria followed
when establishing a new
bus stop. He said the first
question asked is, 'Is
this a county-maintained
road?'
He explained that it
would have to be an ex-
ceptional case to traverse
a private road.
Mike Marlow, who is
a member of Ebro Town
Council, and a former
fire chief for the town's
volunteer fire department,
gave his opinion of clos-
ing the roads.
He echoed other senti-
ments concerning emer-
gency response times
and was particularly
concerned about getting
to a water source.
"We have always used
the cemetery branch to fill
the trucks," he said.
Milton Brown then
retook the microphone,
explained the Trust was


trying to take away a
quality life-style for the
Red Head community.
In an impassioned plea,
he said, "What they're
trying to do is condemn
these people to a less than
good life."
Local Attorney Kerry
Adkison, who represents
Dean and by extension,
the community as a
whole, asked the Trust to
allow Haddock time to do
his job, explaining Had-
dock has only been on the
job two months.
He said two years ago,
when the suit was first
filed, Holley took depo-
sitions from two people
who testified the roads
were built with county
funds.
With that thought fresh
in everyone's mind, Adki-
son went on, "Really, I do
not understand why we're
here."
One person, citing
statutes, questioned the
Trust's standing in filing


the lawsuit.
Holley explained the
law in question was
changed in July 2003.
As a result of the Leg-
islative action, the Trust
had one year to get roads
closed under the old law,
which required proof a
road was built by public
funds in order to keep it
open.
Former commissioner
Charles Brock also spoke
to the overflow crowd.
He reviewed many of
the issues already ad-
dressed.
"They are not the only
land owner with garbage
problems," he said. Brock
then mentioned Hicks
Lake Road and an area
north of Caryville that
are in the same shape.
When Commissioner
Lenzy Corbin asked if
the Knight family was
concerned about fire,
Baines was. quick to ask
SCorbin what he meant by
the question, implying


Joe Taylor speaks for Washington County District
Schools.


fire threats had been re-
ceived by the Trust.
His comments were
met with boos and gasps
of disbelief from the au-
dience.
Corbin then said the
county would work with
the Trust to clean up the
area.
Baines said he was hap-
py to hear that because in
the past the county had
removed fences.
Brock then popped
back up, accusing Baines
of presenting half-truths
to the Board
He explained fences
had been placed across
county roads, North
Henry Lane and Rocky
Landing.
"I'd pull them up
again," Brock exploded.


"You don't put posts in
the middle of a county
road."
Following that ex.
change, Corbin made a
motion to forego closing
of the roads. A second by
Commissioner Donnie
Strickland, and the unan
imous decision was heard
in a roll-call vote.
In between the mo.
tion and the vote, Robert
Brown, who was born in
1928, and was raised in
the community, recalled
the horse and buggy days
and the days long before
State Road 79 was even
being considered.
When questioned from
Finch about who built the
roads, he agreed the roads
were built during the de
pression by WPA.


Family tax tips offered


Kelly Brock makes a point.


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tion.
"One point needs to be
made," he said, "We need
to move on and stop throw-
ing rocks at the hospital."
He also mentioned no
money had been given to
the hospital.
Ellis reminded commis-
sioners the $2.9 million
that was put in hospital
accounts as a condition
of the lease, was a loan,
which, according to lease
documents, has to be repaid
without interest, beginning
in year 11 of the lease.
Finch asked if Ellis had
read the lease.
He assured him he had
read every word and all
associated documents. El-
lis said that was not the


point.
"The point is to stop
throwing rocks at North-
west Florida Healthcare,
Inc." he demanded.
"If you have a problem
with the decision (to lease
the hospital)," Ellis sug-
gested, "you need to inves-
tigate your decision."
Finch, ignoring Ellis'
comment, asked if he was
aware NFH has the option
to refinance the loan back to
the original amount, some-
thing Finch was obviously
not pleased about,
Ellis repeated the fact
that he had read the entire
document and was well
aware of all its aspects,
following the exchange,
the discussion ended.


As families statewide tear open
their W-2 forms, many may not be
aware of the tax savings made avail-
able by recent changes in the federal
tax code. Because, many families
cannot aff rd the services of private
tax advis6ts, Florida's Child Care
Resource :nd Referral (CCR&R)
Network is providing tax tips to
ensure families take advantage of
the new laws.
"Filing taxes can be an intimi-
dating process and with tax laws
changing every year, families may
not even be aware of the current
tax credits available," said Phyllis
Kalifeh, president of the Florida
Children's Forum, administrator of
the CCR&R Network. "For work-
ing families with children, the fed-
eral income tax credit alone could
be worth as much as $4,300.
The CCR&R Network is a state-
wide service that assists families in
finding information about child
care, locating child care and early
education services, as well as other
valuable information such as saving
money on taxes. From resources
about choosing au pair services
to choosing quality summer camp
programs, local CCR&R service
providers help parents make sound
decisions for their children.
"By providing tax tips for parents
we may alleviate yet another burden
felt by families who are trying to
make ends meet," said Kalifeh.
"The potential savings and refunds
garnered by taking advantage of
these tax credits will help families
keep money in their pockets."
Families should check to see if
they are eligible for any of these tax
credits or refunds. For more infor-
mation or to locate free tax prepara-
tion sites call (800) TAX-1040.
Federal Credits for Child and
Dependent Care Expenses
If your family spent money on
work-related child or dependent
care expenses last year, you may be
able to lower your taxes or increase
your refund on your tax return if:
You paid for child care or de-
pendent care so that you (and your
spouse, if you are married) could
work or look for work, and the care
was for your child that you claim
as a dependent (younger than 13),
a disabled individual whom you
claim as a dependent, or a disabled
spouse.
In general, the lower your in-
come and the higher your expenses,
the greater your credit will be. You
may be eligible for:
Up to $2,100 in federal tax
benefits, if you have two or more
children or dependents; or up to
$1,050 if you have one child or
dependent.


The federal credit is offered to
tax filers at all income levels, but
you cannot get more from the fed-
eral credit than you owe in federal
income taxes.
Federal Earned Income
Credit
In 2004, the federal income
credit increased. In general, the
lower your income and the larger
your family, the larger your credit
will be. Even if you don't owe
income taxes, you could get your
credit as a substantial tax refund.
You may be eligible for:
Up to $4,300 in federal tax
benefits, if you have two or more
qualifying children* and in 2004
you earned $34,458 or less (if you
are single), or $35,458 or less (com-
bined with your spouse's income,
if married), or up to $2,604 if you
have one qualifying child and in
2004 you earned $30,338 or less (if
you are single), or $31,338 or less
(together with your spouse, if you
are married).
*A qualifying child is: your child
(grandchild, great-grandchild, etc.)
or a stepchild who lived with you
in the United States for more than
six months during 2004; who was
younger than age 19, or younger
than age 24 and a full-time student
by Dec. 31, 2004; or any age and
permanently and totally disabled.
There are special rulesfor siblings,
nieces and nephews, and married,
adopted and foster children who
live with you.
Federal Child Tax Credit
You may be eligible for a federal
child tax credit of as much as $1,000
per child if:
You have a child (grandchild,
great-grandchild, etc.) or stepchild
who was younger than age 17 by
Dec. 31, 2004, who is a U.S. citizen
or resident alien, and whom you are
claiming as a dependent on your fed-
eral income tax return; and you had
income of $94,000 or less (if single),
or $129,000 or less, (together with
your spouse, if married).
Even if you owe little or nothing
in federal taxes, you may be able to
get a refund of some or all of your
federal child tax credit if you earned
at least $10,750 in 2004. There are
special rules for siblings, nieces and
nephews, and married, adopted and
foster children.
Funded by the Agency for Work-
force Innovation's Office of Early
Learning and administered by the
Florida Children's Forum, 29 lo-
cal CCR&R service providers help
families statewide, free of charge.
To locate your local CCR&R of-
fice visit the Florida Children's
Forum website at wwwflchild.coml
R&Rprogram.


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NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGULATION
AFFECTING THE USE OF LAND
Washington County is considering changing the use of land within the
areas shown within the map in this advertisement.
In accordance with the Small Scale Amendment Review Provisions of the
Florida Administrative Code a Public Hearing will be held by the Washing-
ton County Planning Commission (the designated Local Planning Agency)
to solicit public comment concerning the proposed Land Use Changes/
Comprehensive Plan Amendment.
The Public Hearing to review these proposed changes will be held on
March 8, 2005 at 5:00 PM or as soon thereafter as possible at the County
Commissioners Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida. All
interested members of the public are encouraged to attend.
Information concerning the proposed land use change is available for
review at the Washington County Board of County Commissioners Office at
1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida.






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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCELS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED
AMENDMENT
PARCEL K Proposed Change from Agriculture/Silviculture Use to Com-
mercial (General) Use (9.9 acres). Petition for Land Use Change Submitted
by Robert and Janet Webb, the property owners.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plan Amendment
is to allow for development of a secure storage facility (mini-warehouses).
The parcel is described as follows:
Begin at the Southwest corner of Section 20, Township 1 North, Range 14
West, and run NOO deg. 36 mih. 49 sec. East, along the section line 369.16
feet; thence departing said section line run N41 deg. 29 min. 51 sec. East
1253.28 feet to the forty line; thence run along the forty line S89 deg. 10
min. 25 sec. East, 388.63 feet to the westerly right of way line of State Road
77; thence run S42 deg. 19 min. 46 sec. West, along said right of way line
1762.15 feet to the south line of Section 20; thence run N89 deg. 11 min. 33
sec. West, along said line 36.33 feet to the point of beginning. Containing
9.9 acres more or less.
PARCEL H Proposed Change from Agriculture/Slviculture Use to Com-
mercial (General) Use (7.0 acres). Petition for Land Use Change Submitted
by Bernard and Susan Belanger, the property owners.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plan Amendment is
to allow for development of a Recreational Vehicle Park and Campground.
The parcel Is described as follows:
A 7.0 acre portion of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 14,
Township 2 North, Range 16 West, lying East and with frontage on State
Road 79. Containing 7.0 acres more or less.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will not be kept. It shall be the
responsibility of any person deciding to appeal any decision made by Wash-
Ington County with respect to any matter considered at this public hearing,
to Insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings Is made.


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6, Washington County News, Saturday, February 26, 2005


HAY LARGE ROLLS Fer-
tilized Argentine Bahai,
barn stored. $25. 638-
8823 '
BEDROOM SUIT PLUS
other furniture, antiques
and misc. 415-1090 or
(850)508-0669
BERMUDA HAY ROLLS,
well fertilized, $20, 547-
9299
SOD SOD SOD Quality
you can depend on! Irri-
gated, weed & pest con-
trolled. Centipede and St.
Augustine. Delivery and
installation available. 8
mi. SW of Chipley for
easy customer hauling
Call anytime! Billy & Leo-
la Brock. (850)638-1202
or (850)326-1500
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washington
County News, downtown
Chipley.
FOR SALE CDRW for a
PC. 48x42x48 new $18.
Phone 547-3541 eve-
nings.
(14) 10"X8" 12FT Creo-
soted bridge timbers $12
ea. 6-railroad crossties
$6 ea. 25 gal. spray rig 3
pt. hitch $175. 5' scraper
blade 3pt hitch $125.
10'x10' 6' tall chain link
dog pen $150. 2- 30' pole
barn metal trusses $275.
1-Sears big wheel puch
mower, like new $125.
Phnne f38-43fin6 cell


DINING ROOM TABLE
leaf and six chairs. $600.
Sofa server table $300.
850-222-2113
FURNITURE & SERTA
MATTRESSES Low,
low, low overhead guar-
antees low, low, low pric-
es.
P&S Discount Furniture,
Chipley. (Since 1973)
850-638-4311
CHERRY SLEIGH BED
still in box, never used.
Sacrifice $295.
(850)222-7783
NEW LIVING ROOM set,
suggested list $1400, sell
sofa $275, loveseat
$225, chair $175, set
$625. Hardwood frames
with lifetime warranty.
850-222-9879
LEATHER SOFA SUG-
GESTED list $1400.
100% new, sell $500.
850-222-7783
BEDROOM SET 6
pieces new in boxes.
Headboard, frame,
dresser, mirror, chest,
nightstand. $595.
(850)222-9879
NEW QUEEN
PILLOWTOP mattress
set. In factory plastic with
warranty. Can deliver.
Must sell $175.850-545-
7112

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326-6616 1967 FORD MUSTANG
Pony. 390 Big Block, 3
10X12 UTILITY BUILD- speed, 4BBLcarb, com-
ING wired, insulated, pletely restored. New
needs floor $150. You tires. Must see! $5995.
move. 535-9672 263-7892
FIREWOOD SPLT & de- 99 MERCURYCOUGAR
livered. 547-9291 V6, auto, CD, black.
FORSALE CEDARlum- 638-9140; 596-0386
ber. 1x8's, lx10's, 1x12's, 1994 FORD MUSTANG
all 8ft long. (850)638- 5.0, 5-speed, AC, low
4860; cell 415-0385 miles. $7200 OBO. Call
SOD FOR SALE on the 638-1531
farm, delivered or in- FOR SALE 04 Red Pon-
stalled. Centipede andl,-ia jrand Am, AM/FM
49 e 'mudape W EST .....AT "A
'., ,,.muda. WEST Radio ,-CD Player, Tint
FLORIDA TURF- Windows, Visors, Key-
(850)638-4860. 24 less, Warranty. Cash.
Years experience! 28,000 Miles. $ 13,500
CERTIFIED TIFTON 9 638-7845
Bahia grass seed, Argen- 2000 BRONZE CHEVY
tine or Pensacola Bahia Malibu. 55,000 miles,
gsdor a uk Malibu. 55,000 miles,
grass seed for sale. Paulk AC, CD player, tinted
Farms (850)547-9408 AC, CD player, tinted
Farms (850)547-9408 powerwindows,new
power windows, new
HAY FOR SALE Bahia stock speakers. Like
hay rolls'$20. You load for new! $10,000. Call 849-
only$18aroll. (850)258- 1143
7191; 638-0165; 638-
1003 :...FORiSALE 1999 Cadil-
lac 'Deville Elegance,
2004 ARCTIC CAT 400, 24,400 low mileage,
4x4, automatic, 70 miles, Pear White, loaded. Ask-
$4800 Call 415-5844 ing $18,000. One owner.
SQUARE BALE HAY (850)258-5890;
Coastal Bermuda Argen- (850)258-5824
tina Bahai. 850-547- 81 CORVETTE NEWen-
1204; 850-547-2900 gine, mechanically great,
GILBERT CATFISH garage kept for 13 yrs.
POND open $1.50/Ib, $8900. 535-1778
stainless steel fish cooker NT TRAN
for sale. (850)535-4369 1998PORT m AC 6TANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
FISH FOR STOCKING seats seven, excellent
ponds and lakes. Chan- shape inside & out, cold
nel Catfish, Coppernose air, loaded $5995. 547-
Bluegill, Shellcracker and 9233
Largemouth Bass. LAKE
GENEVA FISHERIES 2001 FORD EXPLORER
334-684-6473 white, automatic, fully
GASOLINE GOLF CART loaded, 6 CD changer,
Yamaha, 4-wheel $950. running boards, custom-
Yamaha, 4-wheel $950.
Also we repair & buy golf sized bra, $8000.
carts. Also, Electric Carts (334)588-3141,
for sale. 535-4121 (850)418-0031
87 CHRYSLER New
BYorker, white, cruise, tilt
steering, AC, power
locks, windows, automat-
FR SLE 15 Rd ic. AM/FM radio. 624-
FOR SALE 1995 Red 9773
Honda Shadow VLX
600cc. $3000. Looks & 1979 CORVETTE "EV-
runs like new. Call 547- ERYTHING" brand new!
9942 Must see to appreciate.
415-6820 $8000 or trade
for pick-up of equal
value.
2003 FORD ESCAPE 4
HORSE BOARDING door, V6,AT, loaded, very
Good pastures, reason- low miles. Blue book
able rates. 638-2446 $18,150. 548-9091 af-
HORSES 1 APP Bla-n- ter 5:30pm weekdays.
keted Filly, 1 App Spotted FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Colt, 1 App Sorrel Colt, 2 Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
yrs old, $450 each. miles $10,500. 547-
(850)527-9582 3545
PUPPIES REGISTERED 98 HONDA PRELUDE
CHOCOLATE Labs. Will green automatic A/C,
be 8 weeks old March sunroof, Kenwo disc
th. Call 1-850-547-408 player, 72,000 miles, ex-
Scellent condition, asking
$11,000. OBO. 548-
5084
AZALEAS ONLY $1.50! 1988 SEDAN DEVILLE
Other shrubs $1.75. Fruit, high mileage, but good
flowering & shade trees, service, asking $900.
All Ways Growin' Nurs- 547-3359
ery, 1658 Hwy 177-A, 11
miles NW Bonifay. 850- 1999 CADILLAC SEDAN
547-2938. Open Tuesday Deville, pewter/burgundy
thru Saturday. leather. Fully loaded.
Lic#47222563 Lifetime tire balancing.
Trailer hitch. 41,000
miles. Luxurious
$20,999. (850)547-3342
or.763-6872
MATTRESS SET NEW r7636872
king pillow-top mattress 2001 MUSTANG BLACK
and base. In original plas- V6, leather, automatic,
tic, factory warranty, 46k, like new, $9800.
$295. (850)222-2113 Call 547-5181


1998 ASTRO MARKIII
loaded, leather seats, rear
air, much more. 45,500
miles, clean, must see.
$14,000. Chipley. 415-
5736 or 849-1222
ONE OWNER 98 Chevy
Cavalier, 2 door, new
shocks, new starter, new
fuel pump & filter, good
tires, $3500. 956-4672
92 CHEVY CAPRI Clas-
sic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
for Karl. 547-4465
2002 CHEVY MALIBU
23K miles, fully loaded,
leather interior, sun-roof,
gold package, automatic,
tinted windows. Great
Condition. $13,000. OBO
850-209-8771
1999 MERCURY SABLE
35,000 miles, like new,
must sell, excellent con-
dition. Pay off only. 415-
6683; 638-0083
84 T-BIRD lots of new
parts. $500. 638-0924
87 MERCEDES 420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
-sage.
FOR SALE 1993 Gold
Cadillac Fleetwood, very
good condition. $6000.
638-5551




1990 DODGE TRUCK A/
C, AM/FM radio, auto,
some work needed.
$1500. Call 535-0811
2002 FORD F-250 Cargo
Van with shelving. 33,000
miles, still under warranty.
$13,000. Excellentcondi-
tion. Call 638-2524
1997 CHEVY 1500 4X4,
5 Speed, Red, CD ad AC,
New Motor, $4500 OBO.
Call 415-1129 leave mes-
sage.
1999 DODGE DURA-
NGO loaded, also 3rd
seat, low mileage. $9450.
258-6822
2001 MAZDA DUAL sport
truck V6, 38K, extras, ex-
cellent condition $9800.
415-6207
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
SUV 98 MITSUBISHI
Montero, full size, 7 pas-
senger, V6, gas saver,
103K, sunroof, luggage
rack. $10,500. (850)263-
7664
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-door.
$9500. .263-3105 eve-
nings.
1987 CHEVY C-20 Van
fully customized with front
& rear air. $3500 OBO.
548-4798; 548-5763
FOR SALE 1987 GMC
Van 2500 Series. 91,842
miles, $1300 or best of-
fer. 638-5519, 326-0782
97 FORD F-150, 4 wheel
drive, 8 cyl, quad cab, 3rd
door, brand new tires.
Excellent condition.
$8800 Call 535-2276
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
97 DODGE 4-wheel drive,
155,000 miles, looks and
runs great $6500 OBO.
263-9711
1999 ISUZUAMIGO Con-
vertible, brand new clutch,
transmission, starter, tim-
ing belts. Asking $6500.
773-5720, leave mes-
sage
1988 FORD F350 custom
dually, AC, AT, excellent
condition $2900.
(850)415-5831
1994 F-350 XLT Dually, 5-
speed, power stroke die-
sel 7.3 c turbo direct in-
jection, fold down goose
neck ball $8500. 547-
4354
FOR SALE 1996 Explorer
XLT, V-8, 4 door, leather,
loaded, custom rims, Al-
pine stereo system, tinted
windows $11,000. 547-
2502
2002 MERCURY MOUN-
TAINEER SUV, V8, 2
wheel drive, 42,000 miles,
Premium Package,
loaded with extras, excel-
lent condition. $17,000.
(850)482-5507
1993 GMC SUBURBAN
w/350 motor, color red,
dual air, loaded. New
transmission. Good con-
dition. $5500. Call Dan
638-7683


1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs' good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
1999 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, hunter green exte-
rior, tan interior, approx
82,000 miles. $7200.
638-7166
TAKE UP PAYMENTS
White 2002 S-10 V6
Chevrolet Pickup truck.
Call after 6pm. 638-7189
04 FORD F-150, Black
Super Cab 4x4,5.4 L, V-
8, leather, keyless entry,
6-disc changer sound
system, Alloy wheels,
Chrome step rails, factory
warranty. $28,890. 638-
2478
1988 S10 W/1996 3.1
motor w/5 speed au-
tomatic. Custom paint
and interior, with topper.
$2000 cash. Call Dan
638-7683
86 GMC 4-wheel drive
short bed truck. $2500.
Call after 6pm. 535-4602
1966 FORD F-150 runs
great $2,000. 258-4428
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
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.
FORD RANGER XLT
1999, low mileage, V-6,
automatic, power steer-
ing-drive, locks, cruise,
keyless entry. $7500.
547-4854
1998 OLDSMOBILE SIL-
HOUETTE Van dual air,
CD player, leather, etc.
Tan, 77,000 miles. Must
see and drive to appreci-
ate. 638-1138
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
1995 EXT CAB S-10, 4
cyl, 5-spd, $3000. Call
after 9pm (850)849-2528
'99 DODGE 1 ton Dually.
Gas standard transmis-
sion. $14,500. Firm. 547-
5941 If no answer, leave
message.
89 FORD RANGER
truck. 5-speed, $2000
cash OBO. 548-5924
1961 CHEVY APACHE
Stepside, primed, ready
for restoration. $1000
OBO. 638-9188
1990 FORD RANGER 5-
speed, AC, power steer-
ing, power brakes,
$2000. 548-5332
2002 MERCURY MOUN-
TAINEER SUV, 4-door,
V8, 4.6 liter engine, 2
wheel-drive, 42k, Premi-
er package, loaded w/ex-
tra's, garage kept, all ma-
intenance records, excel-
lent condition, $18,500.
Serious inquiries only.
(850)482-5507
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. $12,000.
(850)579-2977
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $9750. Call 850-956-
1260
2000 HONDA ODYSSEY
EX Mini-Van, V6, 89,000
miles, good condition,
gray cloth interior, white
exterior, $14,500 OBO.
547-0899
1980 DODGE EX-
TENDED work van
$1500. 773-3892
1997 S-10 automatic,
77,000 miles. Garnet &
Gold. New hard top &
tires. Runs good, looks
good, $4200 OBO. CD
Player. 547-5086
1996 GRAND CARAVAN
loaded with leather seats.
Must seel 75,000 miles.
$10,000. 638-8917
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
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.
547-2180


1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396 .




HOUSE FOR SALE by
owner. 718 Peach St.,
Chipley. Call 547-2937
FOR SALE GRACE-
VILLE 4 bedroom house,
currently rented $300 per
month, zoned residential/
commercial. Needs a lot.
of repair. $25,000. Call
850-956-1260




IN CHIPLEYALL electric,
water furnished, across
from DOT. In Bonifay,
house for sale. 574-4708;
(850)265-3150
LARGE 3 BR 2 BA Exec-
utive home $950/mo.
plus consider lease to
own. No Pets 850-579-
4317




2002 DOUBLEWIDE
24X48 3+2. Must go by
March 1st, special financ-
ing if you have good
down payment. Call Brad
1-866-732-7607
NEW 16X70 3+2 w/ply-
wood floors, setup on
your lot w/payments as
low as $375/mth. Need at
lest 2yrs on job, 3 open
lines of credit, and min
$1600/mth income. Call
Brad 1-866-732-7607
and qualify. In Panama
City.
2002 SINGLEWIDE
clean 14x70, 3+2, pay-
ments low as $300 mth
for 8 yrs. Special financ-
ing for Tyndall Credit
Union Members. Call
Brad 1-866-732-7607




NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
mobile homes for rent, all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228
BONIFAY HUGE 3/2
doublewide, fireplace,
garden tub, Ginn Aire,
storage house, $650.
(850)951-2984
COUNTRY LIVING ES-
TATES 3BR/2BA CH/A,
no pets. 547-5628



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



FOR RENT 1100 sq ft of-
fice or 1 to 2 office shar-
ing arrangements. 1240
S. Blvd., Chipley. 638-
2124
TWO FIVE ACRE tracts,
wooded, houses only. 3
miles South of Chipley.
Call Milton 638-1858
WANTED 80+ ACRES in
Washington County.
Cash or trade 5 lake front
lots on Lucas Lake.
(850)638-1944
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 SALE 8 acres part
wooded, part cleared,
small stream. Located 8
miles West of Geneva,
Alabama, 4 miles North of
Florida line. $21,000.
Owner financing avail-
able. 850-956-2054
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
TWO SIDE BY side ready
to build lots. Northdale
Subdivision, Bonifay, FL.
Call 904-744-1417 or
904-755-6503


TRI-COUNTY REALTY
850-547-4480
John Alford 547-2737
Sales Associate
1 Acre on County
Road 160, drive way
installed, power pole
& surveyed $7,500
2 Lots Hwy-90 Bonifay
could be commercial
location older house on
property $33,000
200 Acres W/4BR
2 Bath custom built
home, saw mill, cattle,
farm equipment, timber
inventory, rolling stock.
this Is a complete dis-
persal.
CALL FOR DETAILS
75'x 100' Lot Hamlin St
Bonifay good investment.
Seller says present all
offers!
Mary Coleman
547-3181

2BR 2 Bath central heat/
air on well maintained lot
in Sunny Hills. Shed, car-
port,
appliances. $89,900.
James Wilson
850-773-3655

2 Acres outside Chipley
Well & Septic MH OK
$22,500
5 Houses in Chipley, all
units rented, good invest-
ment.
Income available for seri-
ous buyers. $125,000.
David Lance 638-2856

14 Acres fenced pasture
w/some trees, pond w/
catfish, well & power
pole. fronts two roads
$69,500.
Tri-County Realty
1103 S Waukesha St.
547-4480
Robert Smith, broker
WANTED 80+ ACRES in
Washington County.
Cash or trade 5 lake front
lots on Lucas Lake.
(850)638-1944
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 SALE 8 acres part
wooded, part cleared,
small stream. Located 8
miles West of Geneva,
Alabama, 4 miles North of
Florida line. $21,000.
Owner financing avail-
able. 850-956-2054
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
TWO SIDE BY side ready
to build lots. Northdale
Subdivision, Bonifay, FL.
Call 904-744-1417 or
904-755-6503



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




GREAT SALE St.
Mathews' Episcopal
Church, across from the
Ag Center March 4 and
5. 8am-2pm. Microwave,
broiler oven, TV, 3 ste-
reos and other appli-
ances. Jigsaw, table and
pattern books ($75) Two
wooden chairs, wicker
dresser, bar table, living
room chair, table lamps,
child's desk, an almost
new twin bed set com-
plete with linens ($200)
and much more. Huge
amount of glassware and
other household items.
Large Dish C-Bank satel-
lite system. Clothes and
more. Hot dogs for sale
and free coffee. Join us
for lunch.
YARDSALE 906
BANFILLAve., Sat., Feb.
26. If it rains, Sat., March
5.
YARD SALE every Satur-
dayl Numerous units!
Storage Building 1 mile
East of Tom Thumb on
South Blvd, 8am-until.
YARD SALE MARCH 4 &
5, 8am-2pm. 2485 Beall
Packing House Rd.,
Bonifay, off Hwy 177A
2 FAMILY YARD sale,
Sat, March 5. 8-12 at
1562 S. Blvd., Chipley,
across from Trawick Con-
struction. Medium & large
size clothing, some chil-
dren, misc.


YARD SALE
SATURDAY March 5 at
Dr. Swindle's office.
Children and adult
clothes, toys, baby sup-
plies, pageant wear and
furniture.
YARD SALE SAT Feb.
26, 8am-? 228 Boswell
Road, Bonifay. Power
wheel, bicycles, antique
dresser, children cloth-
ing, Nintendo, much
more. If rain cancel.
HUGE YARD SALE Rain
or Shine! Saturday,
March 5 @ 7am-3pm. At
old AT&T Union Hall,
Railroad Avenue. Sun-
day dresses, large sizes
22-28. New Afghans!
Lots of new shoes,
household items.
YARD SALE 2/26 from 8-
until, at corner of Indiana
& Rangeline in Bonifay.
CARPORT SALE FRI-
DAY March 4 at 1281
Tharp Road (off Falling
Waters) Baby clothes,
toys, furniture.





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
ESTATE AUCTION 1010
E Baldwin Road, Pana-
ma City, Florida. Satur-
day, March 5 & 6, 2005.
Due to the death of Her-
bert Larrimore, items
from his Estate will be up
for Auction. 8am-10am
viewing. Sale-starts at
10am. This is only a par-
tial list of merchandise.
There was no way to list
all of the items to be auc-
tioned off. 1967 Ford 2D,
1973 Dats 2D, 1974
Chry. Stw., 1977 IHC
Bus, 1970 Intl. Bus, 1974
MG,1986 ISU 2 dr.,1967
Jag. 4 dr., 1966 Intl. Pk.,
Offshore Living Quarters,
1979 Datsun 280Z, 1989
Toyota 4 dr., 8 fireproof
safes, 1952 Willis Jeep,
1937 Ford Boom Truck,
1986 Intl. Box Van, fiat, 2
mobile homes, cutting
torch, antique school
desk, verticle band saw,
Baud Saw Blade Welder,
Metal Cutting bench saw,
2 Military Vehicles, 1-600
Allis Chambers Forklift,
1986 Isuzu Impulse 2 dr,
Case Front end loader,
1966 Mustang 6 cyl., 48
Box trailer, 750cc. Yama-
ha Motor Cycle, Suzuki
500 Motorcycle, 16" Le-
land Lathe, air compres-
sor, pipe treading ma-
chine, 10" branch saw, 20"
do-all band saw, Brake
drum lathe, lumber, lots
of tools, 2 Craftsman
Welders, lots more misc.
items. Any announce-
ment day of auction su-
persedes any and all ad-
vertising. Terms and con-
dition: All purchases are
to be paid in American
funds on the day of the
auction, by cash or cash-
iers check. A bank letter
must accompany all
company or personal
checks. No exemptions.
Full statement must be
made on day of sale. We
take Visa or Mastercard.
Sales tax: all sales are
subject to Florida Sales
Tax unless you have the
proper resale exemption.
Purchases by dealer for
resale. ft will be neces-
sary on the day of the
sale, to execute a Certifi-
cate of Resale for all pur-
chases including your
sales tax permit number.
Failure to furnish this in-
formation will require
payment of Sales Tax on
all purchases. Jerry
Johnson Blue Moon Auc-
tion Company. FL
Lic#362-Bus.#205. AL.
Lic#1120. Marty Caudell
AU3175. Home 850-535-
4006. Cell 850-258-
5209. Fax 850-535-4045.




CNAs NEEDED 3-11, 11-
7 and Baylor. Apply in
person Bonifay Nursing
and Rehab Center 306
W. Brock Ave. Bonifay,
FL 32425


THE WASHINGTON
COUNTY Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners is cur-
rently accepting applica-
tions for a part time
FEMA/Projects Manager
for the Washington Coun-
ty Public Works Depart-
ment. Applications and
Job Descriptions may be
obtained at the Washing-
ton County Board of
County Commissioners
office located at 1331
South Boulevard, Chi-
pley, FL 32428. Applica-
tions must be submitted
by 3:00 p.m., on March 4,
2005. Applications may
be picked up at the
Washington County
Board of Commissioners
is an Equal Opportunity
Employer and a Drug
Free Workplace. Final ap-
plicants may be subject to
pre-employment testing
including an FDLE back-
ground check.
CLIENT ELIGIBILITY
SPECIALIST Good com-
munication skills as well
as organizational and
computer skills are need-
ed for this position. Abili-
ty to relate well to clients
from varying back-
grounds is essential. Se-
lected applicants must be
accurate & detail orient-
ed! High school diploma
with at least 2 years ex-
perience is required. Ex-
cellent benefits package.
Send resume to: Early
Education and Care, Inc.,
450 Jenks Ave., Panama
City, FL 32401. EOE M/
F/VID.
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
AVON CALLING JOIN
the fun with the Avon
team. Earn spending
money. Phone Dwayne
Atkins, Appointment fee
$15. 547-1640 ISR
SALES REPRESENTA-
TIVE NEEDED full-time,
40hrs/wk. Hourly pay plus
commission. In Chipley.
(850)557-0231 or 557-
0219
SATELLITE TECHNI-
CIANS NEEDED 11 yr old
company adding motivat-
ed individuals desiring a
rewarding career.' Paid
training program. Great
compensation & benefits
avail, incl medical/401k.
Experience a plus. Must
be at least 21 yrs old and
pass background check.
Drug free workplace. Call
1-800-610-6060 ext 363.
REHAB PROGRAM
MANAGER needed at a
dynamic 180 bed Skilled
Nursing Facility. Must
have knowledge of PPS,
be a team builder, and be
motivated to grow. We of-
fer both inpatient and out-
patient services. Current
Manager is retiring but a
team of great therapists
remain. If you would like
to be part of our team
please send resume to
Bonifay Nursing & Rehab
Center, 306 West Brock
Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
or call 850-547-9289
Brenda Lacy, Administra-
tor or email
BKLacy@sovereignhc.com


COUNSELORS
Eckerd Youth Alterna-
tives, Inc., a leader in al-
ternative treatment pro-
grams for youth-at-risk, is
seeking Juvenile Justice
Counselors for our pro-
gram in Vernon, FL. This
is an extraordinary oppor-
tunity to make a lasting,
positive difference in the
lives of youth. Responsi-
bilities are providing a
safe, secure environment
through the use of group
counseling, individual re-
lationships, mentoring
and the use of crisis in-
tervention and de-escala-
tion techniques. Varied
shift hours, including
some evenings and wee-
kends. High school diplo-
ma or equivalent re-
quired. One year of di-
rectly related work experi-
ence highly preferred. M/
F/D/V. Minorities Encour-
aged to Apply. Send re-
sume and cover letter to:
Renee Hibbler, EYA, 100
N. Starcrest Dr., Clearwa-
ter, FL33765; FAX: 727-
442-5911; ONLINE:
www.eckerd.org.

LAND SURVEYING
WilsonMiller, Inc. has im-
mediate openings for the
following positions in its
Survey/Mapping division.
*Professional Surveyor &
Mapper (PSM) seeking
entry-level PSM with ex-
cellent communication
and written skills for Crew
Supervision, coordina-
tion, scheduling for
Boundary, Topos and oth-
er types of surveys.
*Cadd Technician: Ex-
perience in LDD., min 3
years exp. in civil engi-
neering and surveying.
*Party Chief: experience
in boundary, construction,
topographic with
emphasis in data collec-
tion. GPS and FDOT ex-
perience a plus, min. 4
years experience. *Rod-
man: Experience pre-
ferred.
ENGINEERING
Seeking Engineering In-
tems (El) with land devel-
opment and Storm water
experience for large and
small development pro-
jects with excellent com-
munication and written
skills. Multiple positions
available for each open-
ing. Top pay and full ben-
efits package. Reply to:
WilsonMiller, Inc. 12605
Emerald Coast Pkwy. W.
Suite 2. Destin, Florida
32550.
850-837-7967
850-837-7968 fax
FOOD SERVICE PER-
SONNEL for Correction-
al Feeding Program. 6
months Food Production
experience, a clean back-
ground & be able to pass
drug screening for secur-
ity clearance. Benefits
with advancement oppor-
tunity. (850)415-5043
DIRECT CARE STAFF
ResCare Florida, a com-
pany providing services
to individuals with devel-
opmental disabilities, is
seeking Direct Care Staff
to provide Periodic and
In-Home Support ser-
vices in the area. These
positions require 1 year of
experience. Applications
can be picked up at 1015
Grace Avenue, Suite C in
Panama City. For more
information please call
(850)872-9044. EOE


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words, plus 20 cents per word for each word over 20.
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INTERIM HEALTHCARE
HAS an immediate open-
ing for a CNA or HHA for
night shift in the Chipley
area. This position is ev-
ery weekend 2 five hour
shifts and 2 ten hour
shifts, for a total of 20
hours each week. Please
call 482-2770 between
the hours of 8am-5pm or
stop by 4306 Fifth Av-
enue, Marianna to apply.
LPNS NEEDED FULL
time 7-3 shift, part time 3-
11 shift and Baylor 3p-7a.
Apply in person at Boni-
fay Nursing and Rehab
Center 306 W. Brock
Ave. Bonifay, FL 32425
DEPUTY CLERK POSI-
TION 35 hour work week.
Experienced in data pro-
cessing and accounting.
Applications are avail-
able at City of Vernon,
2996 Main Street, Ver-
non, FL (850)535-2444.
Applicant will be required
to pass a criminal back-
ground check. Deadline
for applications will be
March 4, 2005. An Equal
Opportunity employer.
Drug Free Workplace.
EXPERIENCED SUR-
VEY CREW chief
needed, salary, DOE,
547-5226
WANTED R&R Con-
struction, LLC. Needing
experienced, depend-
able metal-roofers and
carpenters. If qualified
please call 850-352-
2159 or 850-258-2260,
ask for Larry.
RN/HHA NHC
HOMECARE Does inde-
pendence, flexibility, a
great working environ-
ment, and appreciation
on a daily basis sound
inviting? Our Marianna
and Chipley homecare
programs are seeking
RN's and HHA's-to pro-
vide skilled care to our
homebound patients.
Mileage reimbursed;
benefits. Interested par-
ties may contact Sandy
Streetman in Marianna at
850-526-5195 or Melissa
Finch in Chipley at 850-
638-8118. EOE/DFWP
FULL-TIME
ASSISTANT to answer
phone, clean office &
home, run errands. Must
have own transportation
& insurance. Must be
neat & dependable. Ref-
erences required. Apply
in person 8am-10am,
Monday-Friday. See
Gina @ 1284 Jackson
Ave., Chipley.
METAL ROOFING COM-
PANY in need of Super-
visors, Journeymen,
Foremen. Top pay de-
pending on experience.
Call 548-9137
EXPERIENCED
PLUMBER new con-
struction, remodel/repair,
service. Will pay the right
person the right money.
Call Jimmy Davis

RN SUPERVISOR
needed 7am to 7pm Sat-
urday and Sunday. Apply
in person Bonifay Nurs-
ing and Rehab Center
306 W. Brock Ave. Boni-
fay, FL 32425
DRIVERS: SHORT
HAUL & Regional. Pick
your hometime! Big $$$
weekly. Lease/purchase,
available. Own your own
truck. No money/credit?
No problem! CDL-A w/.
2yrs TT exp. Co. Drivers
Welcome.
www.sheltontrucking.com
800-877-3201
TRACTOR DRIVER TO
clean out chicken houses
and spread fertilizer. Call
(850)956-2215
HARDEE'S OF
COTTONDALE is look-


ing for several full & part-
time daytime employers
to get ready for our busy
season. Personable, ag-
gressive, hard working
employees should apply
in persononly at Hard-
ee's of Cottondale bet-
ween 2-5pm daily. No
phone calls! Pay based
on experience. Opportu-
nities exist for advance-
ment. Make your move
nowl


BUSINESS ASSISTANT
AVAILABLE Immediate-
ly. A full-tme, wide range
position with duties that
include shopping for sup-
plies for youth, organiz-
ing and operating on site
store, issuing clothing to
youth, assisting in kitch-
en and filing. Must be
out-going, organized and
efficient. Eckerd Youth Al-
ternatives offers great
benefits, good pay, vaca-
tion and retirement.
Please call 850-535-
6513 or pick up an appli-
cation.
TINY TREASURES IS
accepting applications
for full, part-time &.tem-
porary positions. Apply in
person @ 1567 Hwy. 90,
Chipley.
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Holmes County
Board of Commissioners
will receive applications
for a full-time position as
a Special Projects Man-
ager. Applications will be
received until 4:00 p.m.
on February 25, 2005.
Eligible applicants may
obtain complete job de-
scription and application
at the Holmes County
Board of Commission-
ers, 201 N. Oklahoma
St., Suite 205, Bonifay,
Florida 32425, Monday
through Friday between
the hours of 8:00a.m.
and 4:30 p.m. The Holm-
es County Board of Com-
missioners is an Equal
Opportunity Employer
and a Drug Free Work-
place. Final'applicants
may be subject to pre-
employment testing in-
cluding an FDLE back-
ground check.



WANTED LOCAL
ARTISTS work on draw-
ing, portraits, work on oil,
water color, acrylic, pen-
cil, charcoal, pastel.
Please call Sofia at
(850)547-5244
WANTED LAND-
SCAPER TO trim holly
shrubs at Bonifay Apt
complex. Prefer com-
pany with Workmens
Comp or Comp. exemp-
tion. 974-7118




ADULT FULL BLOODED
female Doberman last
seen Odom Road, off of
Hwy 90. Reward on her
retum. 638-3943
LOST WHITE MINIA-
TURE poodle, 7 months
old, missing since Mon-
day afternoon. Reward.
638-8976



FURNITURE REFINISH-
ING AND repair. 25 years
experience. 638-7752
AUCTIONEER AVAIL-
ABLE 15YRS experience
with or without clerk.
AU2425. Call (850)547-
2238; cell (850)849-2731
HEADLINERS &
VINYL Tops Mobile Unit.
I do the work at your
home or workplace. Rea-
sonable rates on new vi-
nyl tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime, leave message.
(850)638-7351
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
LIGHT-MEDIUM BRUSH
Mowing. (850)527-9582;
Chipley
TIM'S DEVELOPMENT
& DOZIER Service (push
push) Land Clearing,
Bush Hogging, Site
prep., Ponds, & Rock
Hauling. 30 + years. 638-
3222
FRIENDLY CLEANING
SERVICE Will clean your
house weekly, bi-weekly
or monthly. Experienced,
honest and reliable ser-
vice. Will work within 25
mile radius of Esto. Call
Sherry for estimate at
(850)263-7892
ADULT GROUP HOME
has 2 vacancies. Pay
one price. Everything in-


cluded. (850)638-7567;
(850)638-1898
C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service. Open 5
days a week. 8am to
5pm. Call 850-638-1483
FOR HIRE: SMALL trac-
tor with bushhog, finish
mower, disk, tiller. Can
plow up garden spots.
Call 638-1421
REPAIR SERVICE for
your office or home: type-
writers, calculators, cash
registers, etc. WASH-
INGTON COUNTY
NEWS, 1364 N. Railroad
Ave., Chipley. 850-638-
0212


LAND TRAX Heavy Cut-
ting Service We cut and
shred thick brush,
branches & trees to 4" di-
ameter. (850)596-7970
FOR RENT first in Chipley,
Mini Warehouses. If you
don't have the room, "We
Do" Lamar Townsend 850-
638-4539, north of
Townsends.
J&J CABINET shop. For all
your kitchen cabinets &
house repair needs. Call
James S. Howell. 535-
2839
PANHANDLE LAWN SER-
VICE Quality work, afford-
able prices. Senior Citizen
Discount. Free Estimates
956-5070 or 956-4758
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






LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
Ad date is March 22, 2005 at 8:00
am at Brock Auto Body & Towing,
1135 Main Street, Chipley, Florida
32428. The following vehicles willbe
sold at auction on the above date
and time.
VIN#1G2FS21S1JL236404
1988 Pontiac 2 Door
VIN#2G1WL14T6M9243523
1991 Chevy Lumina 2 Door
VIN#1G4GM47Y8GP431463
1986 Buick Regal, Black
VIN#JT2MX63E9E0051665
1984 Toyota Cressida
As Published in the Washington
County News February 26, 2005


LEGALADVERTISEMENT
The following vehicles will be sold
at Public Auction at Nichols Auto
Repair and Towing 1146 Jackson
Avenue Chipley, Florida on the fol-
lowing dates:
3/8/05
1990 Chevy Van
Vin# 1GNEG25K7L7137706
1992 Road Master
Vin# 1G4BT5372NR451161
As Published in the Washington
County News February 26, 2005

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