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2 sections, 20 pages


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Vernon


gets rec


director
CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
Hey kids, listen up.
Vernon finally has a recreation
director who is poised to get the
baseball season under way.
At Monday night's City Coun-
cil meeting, Brad Hall was unani-
mously selected to fill the job. He
submitted a contract proposal to
handle the position for $13,000
per year.
After the meeting was over,
he accepted congratulations from
council, and immediately made
plans to extend sign-ups, which
closed last Saturday.
"We will have sign-ups this
Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon,"
Hall said, and again Monday
and Tuesday from 4 until 7 p.m.,
to catch the parents who don't get
off from work until 5."
Sign-ups will be held at City
Hall.
- In other business, a purchasing
policy prepared by City Attorney
Kerry Adkison was reviewed. Re-
visions will be made to streamline
the document. It will then be resub-
initted for approval.
After Mayor James Boswel1 ex-
plained the city had performed the
task for homeowners in the past,
council agreed to replace a sewer
pipe for a residence on Lazy Bone
Drive.
. Before making the decision, Bo-
swell consulted with Adkison, who
advised precedence had been set,
which would allow the city to con-
tinue with the unwritten policy.
S Councilman John Paul Cook
Jr. made the motion, to include a
provision that set maintenance of
sewer lines on private property as
See REC, Page 8A


David Bevan of Graceville leads a team of calves at Saturday's Old Fashion Day and Youth Fair in
Chipley. Additional photographs are on page 7A.


Commission
CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
Thomas Young, who is digging a
lake on property owned by Richard
Cox, has been ordered to stop.
Young, who appeared before
the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners on Thurs-
day, said Lynda Waller, the coun-
ty's planning official, had issued a
cease and desist order because he
was hauling dirt off the site on Pine
Ridge Lane in southern Washing-
ton County.
Waller explained the operation
would require the the property to be
zoned for a borrow pit since Young R
was, not only hauling it off site, but T
selling it as well. d
Young claimed he did not know
he was doing anything wrong, and c
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halts lake excavation


andy Parker, left, explains the importance of keeping the county informed to
homas Young, who is digging a lake on property under contract to Richard Cox.
irt off the property. Josey Walker, who said no DEP
He explained he had been in permit is needed because there are
contact with Florida Department no endangered species or wetlands
f Environmental Protection's See LAKE, Page 8A


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Chipley JROTC is named 'Honor Unit with Distinction'


The Chipley High School
JROTC cadets held their annual,
formal inspection on Feb. 15.
There were several events that
were to be evaluated by Mr. Mew-
brri and Major Spencer from the
sixth brigade headquarters. All the
JROTC cadets worked hard and
conducted themselves very well.
.. The events that took place were:
tf~e staff briefing, in-ranks inspec-
tion (the overall look at cadet uni-
forms and knowledge), inspection
of the Colorguard and Drill team,
inspection of the staff rooms, cur-
ricular questions to the cadets, and
the results out brief to the cadets
and closing remarks.
The inspection began with the
honor guard welcoming the in-
spectors. Mr Mewborn and Maj.
Spencer were very impressed with
their performance and congratulat-
ed the Honor Guard Commander,
C/1SG Buford Goddin. Next, the
cadet staff briefed the inspectors
with an overview of the program.
The cadets that presented during
the briefing were; Battalion Com-
mander C/LTC Joey Searcy, S-1
C/2LT Julianne Hancock, S-2 C/
1LT Amber Cumbie, S-3 C/CMAJ


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Shrouded in early morning fog, JROTC honor guard members prepare to meet inspectors.
Jimmy Daniels, S-4 C/1LT.Chatara cadets were highly motivated After the inspection, the color
Brown, S-5 C/1LT Summer Thom- and confident. They were asked guard performed their routine. The
as, and C/CSM Skyla Carter. The questions and their uniforms were team consisted of; Commander C/
staff did an outstanding job on the inspected thoroughly. They scored 1LT Amber Cumbie, C/1LT Sum-
briefing. high with only a minimum of defi- mer Thomas, C/2LT Julianne Han-
In the in-ranks inspection, the ciencies. cock, and C/SFC Jonathon Nichols.


They were only four points away
from a perfect score of 35 points.
Next came the cadet drill and
ceremonies portion of the inspec-
tion. The sequence was sharp and
crisp. They showed the highest
degree of military bearing. The
platoon consisted of 12 cadets with
C/LTC Joey Searcy in command.
The team scored 48 out of 50.
During the questioning of ca-
dets, Maj. Spencer asked them
questions on all the subjects being
studied. The cadets showed their
scholastic knowledge by respond-
ing to a battery of questions.
Overall, the Battalion performed
great. The percentage scored after
all areas had been evaluated was
96.3%. The unit once again main-
tained it's ranking as Honor Unit
with Distinction, this is the highest
rating that can be given.
C/MAJ Jimmy Daniels, received
a coin for his outstanding effort
during the inspeciton. Daniels
remarked, "I am very pleased
because the hard work paid off.
Being here since the ninth grade
made me feel proud to maintain
Honor Unit with Distinction and
that every cadet did their best.


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Inside VHS celebrates black history..................3A Weather...
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. Highs around 58. Northwest winds up to
SPerry's Prattle............................................... 5A 5 mph. Wednesday Night: Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of
Redbuds planted........................................A rain. Lows 37 to 42. Northeast winds up to 5 mph. Thursday: Mostly
cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain. Highs 54 to 58. East winds 5
to d ay.. Youth Fair pictures............. .....................7A to 10 mph. Thursday Night: Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance
Su ............................... of rain. Lows 36 to 41. Friday: Partly cloudy. Breezy. Highs around
Lady Tigers bury IN FC........o.....................8.. B 63. Friday Night: Partly cloudy. Lows 41 to 46.


Lady


Tigers


head to


Lakeland
(More, page 8B)
Chipley High School Lady
Tigers girls basketball team
made it to the coveted Final
Four, betaing North Florida
Christian 68-50, Saturday night
in Tallahassee.
They will play Miami Dade
Christian at the Lakeland Civic
Center Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
EST. The winner will advance
to the state championship game


County

sues Pitts
CHERYL WITHROW
Managing Editor
Washington County Attorney
Gerald Holley ran several items
before commissioners when
they met in regular session on
Thursday, including one that
has been a tinder box for several
months.
He explained a hearing about
Ovid Lane is set for March 15
before Judge Allen Register.
Hulan Pitts, along with his
brother and sister-in-law, have
been served with lawsuit papers,
prepared by the county and signed
by Commissioner Lenzy Corbin,
demanding he remove posts and
signage from the road.
The suit claims the posts,
which Pitts says are on his land,
not in the county roadway, are a
safety hazard.
See PITTS, Page 8A





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Wednesday, March 2, 2005, Washington County News, 3A


VHS celebrates

Black History Month

with special program


DONNA DYKES
News Staff
Students at Vernon
High School ended their
2005 study of Black
History Month Feb. 25
with a program of song,
drama, speakers and
information on some
well-known African/
American role models
whose "contributions
changed America."
An essay by Lucas
Morris, who chose Dr.
Mae Jemison as his
subject, was read. Morris
wrote that Jemison
had, at the age of 47,
accomplished more than
most people ever dream
of doing.
"Most people would
be proud to say that they
had accomplished just
one of the things she
has done in her life," he
noted.
Jemison, the first
black woman astronaut,
made a trip into space on
Skylab J.
Born in Decatur,
Ga., Oct. 17, 1956,
she graduated from
high school at age 16,
and attended Stanford
University on a .paid
scholarship. She
graduated in 1977
with a BS in chemical
engineering and a BA
in African-American
studies. After earning
a medical degree from
Cornell University in
1981, she joined the
Peace Corps and spent
two years supervising
pharmacy, laboratory and
medical staff. She also
worked with the Center
for Disease Control and
was involved in research
for various vaccines.
Jemison began
graduate classes in
engineering in 1985 and
applied for admission
to NASA's astronaut
program. Her first
application was denied.
When she reapplied, she
was one of 15 people
chosen out of 2,000
applicants.
"She is an aggressive
advocate for science
and technology," Morris
continued. "She also
lectures on the increased
importance of women
and minorities in science
and technology fields,


as well as investing in
the present to secure the
future."
The sixth annual Black
History Program at VHS
honored favorite role
models Oprah Winfree,
Lena Home, B.B. King,
and Bill Cosby, among
others. It also featured
solos and group singing.
,Desmond Brown
entertained as a mime.
Wearing white gloves
and T-shirt, his face
covered with white paint,
he took the stage to "tell"
a story.
The school's JROTC
unit posted the colors at
9 a.m. in the gymnasium.
The invocation and
pledge were given and
"Lift Every Voice," was
sung by Angel Wilson
and Myron Washington.
A mini-drama, "Blast
From the Past," was
presented by LaWanda
Stewart. It featured
a group of students
representing those who
experienced problems
eating at Woolworth's
lunch counter, attending
Birmingham Baptist
Church and Central High
School in Little Rock,
Ark.
Adults singing solos
were Christoria Pittman
and Priscilla Brown.
Myron Washington. a
student, sang "I have
a dream," and joined
members of the VHS
gospel group in several
rousing numbers.
Eugene Pittman,
area director of Rural
Development, introduced
the guest speaker, Elmore
Bryant, former mayor of
Marianna, who gave an
inspiring talk.
The program ended
with the presentation of
gifts, contest awards
and door prizes. Making
the presentations were
Terry Parker, Hazel
Pittman, Erika Dodson,
Priscilla Brown,
Brenda Lovett, LaTina
White, Julia Morales
and Blond Siples, who
distributed awards given
by McQueens Temple
Church. McQueens is a
VHS business sponsor,
along with Shiloh
Missionary Baptist
Church and a number of
area businesses.


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A Special Thank You To All Our
Friends and Patients For Your
Many Phone Calls Concerning Our
Son Matt. We Appreciate Your Acts I
Of Kindness And Are Glad To Live
and Work In Such a Loving and
Caring Community. Please Con-
tinue To Keep Matt and Our Family
In Your Prayers As He Continues to
Recover From His Injuries.
We Love and Appreciate All Of
You.
Dr. Stuart, Connie
and Yannie Steiger


Desmond Brown entertains
guests without words using
white face and gloves to
help mime his part.


The VHS gospel group entertains by singing several songs.
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mayor, of Marianna, was ... .
guest speaker:for the Black
History Month program George and Alma Vann display some of the awards they received from Blond
Feb. 25 at Vernon High Siples of McQueens Temple Church following Friday's Black History Month
School. program at Vernon High School.


Gospel singers Amanda Granger and Ivy Maines rest
following their performance.


Watching the program from the bleachers are mime
Desmond Brown, top; Priscilla Brown, Audreanna
Green and Cassandra Nettles, second row; Shontoe
Staton and Delcena Brown, bottom row.


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'We believe'
Dear Editor:
Bravo! Ole (Ellis) and Tommy (McDonald).
I have been following the news of Washington
County in your paper since October 2000 when
I relocated from Northwest Florida toJonesboro,
Arkansas. The hospital situation has especially
intrigued me since there were continual prob-
lems well before my relocation to Arkansas.
In expressing their free speech rights in their
recent letters to the editor, I believe Ole and
Tommy made some worthwhile and enlightened
comments regarding the current status of the
hospital and its continuing problems. It was ap-
palling for me to read Commissioner Finch's ill


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advised comments regarding Ole's observations
regarding the hospital and its current manage-
ment. In my opinion, the commissioner should
have stated his opinion without impugning the
professionalism of Ole.
It was my distinct pleasure while serving as
the executive director of Tri-County Commu-
nity Council, Inc., between 1997 and 2000 to
work with Ole and with Tommy's father, Mayor
McDonald, on numerous issues affecting the fine
folks who call Washington County home. These
two patriotic veterans always, and I emphasize
always, put the needs of Washington County
residents above their own personal interests.
They truly did, do, and will "Believe in
Washington County" as their way of life in per-
petual service to friends and neighbors living in
this charming Northwest Florida community.
In my professional relationship for nearly four


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Job well done
Dear Editor:
This letter is in regard to work
performed at the old landfill site
located at the end of South Boule-
vard in Chipley.
Washington County employees
cleaned up an eyesore of concrete
rubble, old pipes and mounds
of earth and made the area look
more like the natural environment
it once was.
I found the men responsive,
polite in the discussions we had
and the work was done in a timely
manner.
I would like to commend the
following employees of the East
Side Dump Truck Drivers for a
job well done: Dallas Carter, su-
pervisor; Eddie Holman, Danny
Jackson, Jimmy Carter and Chris
Roberts.
S In view of recent events, I
thought the commission would
like to hear something positive for
a change.


RONALD BUSH
Washington County
R/C Aviators
(Editor's note: This is a copy of a lettersent to
S the county commission chairman )


:-- Vets issue
S- To the Editor:
-. A very important fact, that we
think all veterans in the State of
S- -- Florida and the United States
-should be aware of, has been
_- -, a. brought to our attention. Some
local officials do \not want the
Veteran Affairs Officer from one
county to help a veteran of another
county with his or her needs.
Let me begin by describing my
affiliation with veterans of the
armed forces. My husband is a
,. -- -- 100% disabled veteran. I have two
o Vietnam disabled sons, one is also
100% disabled, both have had a
t rial siege with cancer, one is still taking
te r a chemo treatments. A section of my
S- foyer wall is devoted to the photos
ent of 22 related men and women who
ent f served our country during several
wars. The first is my father, who
,ws P \ro vide rs" served in WWI. Two first cousins
//WVI 1 1 UVI I were killed in WWII. Two first
cousins were killed in WWII. So,
S. I believe I have the right to voice
my opinion.
Our relatives' homes were from
-- different states across these United
States, not just a county. When a
person first joins the military they
take an oath to serve the United
*o States, again, notjust a certain area
-or county. It has been brought to
S, my attention some local officials
do not want the Veteran Affairs
0 Officer from one county to help a
veteran from another county with
.- his or her needs!!!!!!
S --- Remember these veteran fought
and, as the saying goes, "ALL
*- *- GAVE SOME SOME GAVE
S.ALL" for all of our Untied States.
Sw I believe this matter should be
-- brought before the State Veteran
S- Affairs Officer in Tallahassee. The
Holmes County veterans should
S- be able to go to Bay, Jackson, or
S -- Walton counties. In return, if
S-- veterans from other counties are
in our area, we should be able to
-- help them. They served wherever


years with these two extraordinary gentlemen,
I appreciated their advice, counsel, support, and
friendship.
Even more, I welcomed their critical review
of my decisions in serving Washington County.
They made me a better person, more informed
public servant, and a faithful steward of the tax
dollars placed in my trust in designing social
service programs for the citizens of Washington
County.
Mr. Finch, you have a right to your opinion
... so do Ole, Tommy, and every other citizen re-
siding in Washington County. You, as the current
Chairman of the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners, can provide better and
more informed service for the deserving citizens
of your county by embracing honest debate,
reaching out without condemnation to those in
disagreement, and openly welcoming critical re-


view of the decisions of both public servants and
elected officials, including you.
Attacking a private citizen in the local
newspaper in one's official capacity-Mr. Finch
did sign his name and county commission title
to his letter to the editor-is not the honorable
way to perform one's duty as an elected official.
Commissioner Finch you should never use this
medium as your own personal "bully pulpit" to
attack a private citizen.
Rightfully so, the vote of private citizens put
you in a place of honor as a county commission-
er. Conversely, your unfair, biased, and unjusti-
fied criticism of Ole, a private citizen certainly
worthy of your respect, diminished the dignity
of your elected office.
From afar, "I Still Believe in Washington
County!"
ROBERT W. WILFORD


needed, not by county, state, or
country.
We know all this issue is about
the almighty dollar. BUT, how
many hours/days did outgoing
Veteran Affairs Officer, Dan
Woods, donate and volunteer
over the past 12 years? He never
said, "no I can't." It was always,
"If I don't know, I'll find someone
who does know." He has been
known to drive many miles and
volunteer in other counties on his
days off from Holmes County.
So those citizens who are asking
the incoming Veteran Affairs
Officer, Joey Marsh, to see how
many out-of-county veterans
were served by this county office,
should ask themselves "If I was in
the military, would I do what the
officers told me to do, or would I
defend just my little section of the
country and reap the benefits for
me and my family?" Let's let Mr.
Marsh walk in the footprints of
a dedicated man, who gave and
did his very best to help all of his
fellow veterans.
Holmes County's office of
Veteran Affairs should be open to
ALL veterans, regardless of the
county in which they live. After
all, those who may need assistance
fought for ALL of the country, not
just the county in which they live.
ALL of the country should be
available to help them, if needed,
in return.
JUNE DAVIS

Bad time
Dear County Commissioners:
On Jan. 31 at about 8 a.m., a
county road grader backed into my
1994 Ford Explorer on Greenhead
Road, totaling it out. Washington
County's insurance company did
pay me $5,005. A portion of it,
$3,605.53, went to pay off my 1994
Ford Explorer. They did not'want to
pay off my truck. I bought my truck in
November 2004. When I purchased
my Explorer, I paid $4,495. I put
$1,200 down on my truck, plus taxes
of $237.44, plus finance charges of
$568.48 and tag and fees of $195.74,
which left me owing $4,296.22. I
made two months of payments of
$250, so when my truck was totaled
out by the County road grader, it
left me owing a total of $3,605.53.
It did knock off some of the finance
charges. I feel that the county owes
me my down payment, plus the other
fees that I will now have to pay again
on another car or truck. So, I feel that
I am owed $2,500 for these fees and
the fact that even though some of the
commissioners did try to help me, the
county did not worry about me or my
situation.
The county's insurance agency
expected me to do all the leg work and
for the county to do nothing. I really
don't know how they could expect
me to do all of the leg work, when
I was without a way to go. Myself
or Walter Burnham had to make
all of the phone calls and get talked
to like we were trash and bothering
someone.
I do not appreciate the treatment
that we have received from the
county and your insurance agency.
We are taxpaying residents of
Washington County and to get this
kind of treatment, really makes me
think about the people that I helped
to put into office, when your driver
was at fault.
I have enclosed a copy of the
accident report, for those of you who
have not seen it. Please consider this
matter, because I have printed two
extra copies of this letter and I will be
sending one to WMBB TV-13 and to
the Washington County newspaper. I
want some help, and I totally expect
the county to help me.
I talked to several attorneys and
they all said I could sue the county for
a whole lot more, but all I am asking
for is what I feel that I am owed by the
county, which is what your insurance
will not cover.
MARY GARNETT


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Wednesday, March 2, 2005, Washington County News, 5A


Perri's

Prattle


by Judge Perry E. Wells, ret.


Just as I was getting
ready to give myself a
S top-notch, high marks
report card on my recent
"prattle," 'lo and behold,
a mass of errors popped
up in the Feb. 9 column.
Our son, Tim, along
with the three other sons,
seem to enjoy papa's
efforts as a writer, but
Tim is the one who early
in my writing career,
stressed the importance
of getting the facts and
dates correct in every
writing. He seems to
think that 50 years
down the road someone
may well be in the
Washington County News
archives, read a Perry's
Prattle, and find some
discrepancy, especially
in dates, then that person
is left to wonder who is
right. Of course, it is too
late to ask!
In keeping with the
admonition from my
number one son, Maybe
I better quickly get into
a "Setting it Straight"
heading today, before
proceeding further. This
involves three dates in
the Feb. 9 story. First,
our mother, Marie Harris
Wells, died June 9, 1993.
Secondly, Perry E. Wells
and Hester Lucas Wells
married Oct. 4, 1952.
Third, the correct spelling
of my neighbor's name
is Shumaker, and Bill
and Jane Shumaker were
married Feb. 14, 1954;
Our daughter-in-law,
Donna, who is married
to number four son,


Gordon, is also an ardent
reader of Perry's Prattle,
and even though she's
now been in our family
a number of years, she
constantly tells me she
learns something new
about those I write about
each week. Donna is a
dental hygienist in Dr.
Samuel Miller's dental
office in Chipley. She
comes in contact with
a lot of people. She has
a love for people and
generally speaks well
of every one. When
on rare occasion, she
does say something
uncomplimentary
of some one, she
immediately adds, "I
should be slapped for
saying that."
I have borrowed her
statement many times
as I probably need to
say those words more
often than she does,
as I am more prone to
say regrettable remarks
about those I come in
contact with. Anyway,
I'll just say I need to be
slapped for making so
many errors, all in dates,
in just one little weekly
prattle.
If I could run every
column by Tim's wife,
Debbie, she would detect
all my mistakes in a
heartbeat. She should
have been a proof reader
for every newspaper
and every writer in the
whole ,wide. world. She
is also a speed demon
on the typewriter and
word processor, plus a


computer whiz as well.
Our third son, Grant, is
all the way out in big old
Houston, Texas. I do a
lot of my communication
with him and his gamily
by sending "bundles" of
Perry's Prattle by mail.
Since we don't get to
see his children, Mack
and Virginia, as often
as we see our other six
grandchildren, Grant
accomplishes getting
them acquainted with
their Florida kinfolk by
reading granddaddy's
column to them. His
wife, Lynn, is a Texas
girl, so she gets a lesson
on Washington County
people and happenings
from my efforts. If for
no other reason, the
information I write
should be accurate if
only for the Texas kin.
Don't think my errors
went unnoticed. Nancy
Harwick, who was care
giver to both my mother
and daddy, immediately
detected the wrong date
on mama's death. Nancy
was with her at the time,
which occurred around 2
a.m. in the home. Nancy
has cared for countless
other elderly people and,
just in case I haven't
adequately said thanks
to her for the attention
and care she provided to
our parents, I'll just say
it now. Thanks a million,
Nancy!
Wiley Horton, a
Tallahassee 'lawyer
married to my niece,
Kelly Beth Wells Horton,


detected the wrong date
also. He knows that
we expect attorneys to
be keen observers and
catch errors quickly.
Our number four son,
Gordon really detected
the error first. Our mom
was buried on Gordon's
31st birthday, June 11,
1993.
Of course, Hester
noted the wrong date for
our marriage after I read
right over it, thinking
it was correct. It was
only two days off, but
that is too many to let
go uncorrected. Bill and
Jane Shumaker haven't
questioned the wrong
year on their wedding.
That tells you what good
neighbors they are to
look over the "prattler's"
shortcomings with a
mantle of charity.
We do have a number
three son, Emory, whose
wife's name is Robbin.
Emory's name has been
mentioned in recent
writings regarding
WBGC radio. He devoted
a number of years to
the radio endeavor and
made many friends in
his efforts. He was my
strongest critic on radio,
constructive of course,
so hopefully, he would
give the same critique to
dad's effort with the pen.
I guess I'll give myself
a little more time before
I come up with that
glowing report card
which I thought I was
ready for. See you all
next week.


Tractor pull scheduled for March 19 in Vernon


The first annual Holmes
Valley Heritage Day will be
held Saturday, March 19 at
3901 Wilderness Road in
Vernon. The host sponsor
is "Preserving Our Past
Association."
The gates will open at 8
a.m. Exhibitors may set up
on Friday and take down as
late as Sunday.
Registration for tractor
pulls will end at 8:30 a.m
and the pulls will begin at
9.
The event will include a
garden tractor pull, antique
tractor show/pull, antique
stationary engines and an
antique car show.
There will be a parade
of tractors at noon. A chil-
dren's pedal tractor pull will
begin at 12:30 p.m., and
there will be a slow tractor
contest, along with a garden
tractor/lawn mower pull.
Activities also will in-
clude a blind man race,
barrel push race, and egg
race.
A shaded exhibitor area
will feature hit-n-miss


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onstrations. A swap meet
there will offer visitors a
chance to buy items or sell
and swap parts and conces-
sions.
Visitors should take their
own lawn chairs. Portable
rest rooms will be avail-
able.
Camping will be allowed.
Security will be provided
and limited electric/water
hookups will be available.

Carlton K. Johnson
Carlton K. Johnson, 81,
died Sunday, February 13,
2005 in Mariner Nursing
Home, Bonifay, Florida.
He is preceded in death by
his parents, Angus 0. and
Emma C. Johnson, two
sisters, Lucille Cumbaa
and Berniece Johnson.
He was also preceded in
death by four brothers,
Theodore, Elton Homer,
Richard Clyde and Angus
0. Johnson, Jr.
He is survived by two
sisters, Eula Mae Dilmore
of Cottondale and Betty
Jean Brock of Chipley.
Also surviving is Wanda
Johnson, ex-wife and
caretaker, one stepdaugh-
ter, Kiesha Glasscock of
Pensacola and two sisters-
in-law, Alberta Johnson
and Lydia Johnson. Many
nieces and nephews sur-
vive.
Family received friends
Wednesday, February 16,
2005 from 9-10:30am at
the Waters and Hibbert
Funeral Home. Funeral
services with full military
honors were held at Bar-
rancas National Cemetery.
Waters and Hibbert Fu-
neral Home of Pensacola
were in charge of arrange-
ments.


No alcoholic beverages will
be allowed on site.
Admission will be $4 for
adults. Children 12 and un-
der will be admitted free.
For more information,
call John Cook, (850) 535-
2426.


Those wishing to enter
anitque cars and trucks in
the show should call Ace
and Norma Frost at (850)
638-7269.
Prospective vendors
may call Sandra Cook,
535-2426.


Our fourth son, Gordon, and family are shown above.
The "door-step" group starting with the lower one, is:
Deanna Marie, Dan Murray, Donna West Wells and
Gordon Wells.


Chamber banquet set


Washington County
Chamber of Commerce will
host its annual membership
banquet Thursday, March 31,
at the Agricultural Center. It
will begin at 6 p.m. with a
punch reception.
An Asian theme will be
used this year and all attendees
are encouraged to get into the
spirit of the event by dressing
in costume. However, this is.
completely optional and not a
requirement for entry. '
The speaker will be
hypnotist Mike Harvey,
who was just named 2004
Entertainer of the Year by
Carnival Cruise Lines. He
has performed every June,
July and August for the past
25 years on Panama City
Beach. Harvey has recorded
over 27 house records and
worked for more than 580
different nightclubs, colleges,
conventions, restaurants,
dinner theaters and comedy
clubs.
"Mike's own aura of


loving and caring for
humanity has to be a major
factor in his success," a
spokesman said. "He feels
his show offers a warm,
human kind of entertainment
with considerable personal
involvement and audience
participation."
Musical entertainment
will be provided by the
band, AZZ-IZ, which has
performed at this event for
the plast'two years.
A extensive silent auction
will include several trips.
Sponsorship opportunities are
available. Anyone interested
in donating an item for the
silent auction, or becoming a
sponsor for the event should
contact Candace Croft at
(850) 638-4157.
Tickets are currently being
reserved so call the chamber
office at (850) 638-4157 to
secure yours today. Seating
is limited and tickets will
be dispersed on a first-come
basis.


EARN OMW PROPEIC SYMBOLS REVEAL TH FITKRE!
Meetings begin Friday, March 4, at 6pm.
Area meetings will be held at the
Bonifay Seventh-day Adventist church just off
Highway 90 West. The church is located at the back
of the Bonifay IGA grocery store parking lot.


From The Heart of

Marie Fry &Family
"Thank-You" to all my family, friends
and strangers. Twice you have come to my
rescue lifting me out of the chasm of despair
and holding me above it with love, comfort,
kindness and support, the first time was
when my son Raymond died and again
when my husband, Kenneth was ill.
I don't know how to thank you. I only
hope in my lifetime, I have the opportunity
to serve you or a member ofyour family.
Your prayers, financial support and
positive energy through prayers and love
kept me from being tired or weary.
I want to thank my family and Kenneth's
family for their loving support. I want to
express special thanks to Diane Miner &
Miner's Video, Alice Wood, Marlene Brock
and family, Mary Holstead, Arlette Kingery,
Francis Owens and The Evangelistic Church,
Pam Brock at the Post Office & Southside
Baptist Church, Debra & Debbie Holstead,
Goco, SouthSide Stop, Tom Thumb, Dee's
& Home Spun Restaurant for the containers
they graciously displayed. All the people who
helped with the quilt raffle and the people
who gave. I want to thank all the prayer
chains and Buddhist Monks who prayed for
us unceasingly, Bless you all! I am in awe at
how you all wrapped me with all this energy
that enabled me to minister to my husband
until his death.
I am in aweyou cared so muchfor usyou
sent us unbounded positive energy.
I am grateful deep in my soul. I am
thankful to the bottom of my heart. We have
been truly blessed.
With Love,
Marie Fry


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6A, Washington County News, Wednesday, March 2, 2005



SOnthe Calendar )



Friends of the Library

Friends of the Wash- and Myths and Legends."
ington County Library will Speakers, Dr. Beverly
meet on Thursday, March Helms and Ruth McCrary
3, at 12 noon at the Chipley will share their visits to
Women's Club. Iceland.
The program this month For more information
is entitled "Iceland: A Per- or to make luncheon res-
sonal Look at its People and ervations, contact Pauline
Government, Geography, 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 Haviland
at 535-2747.



Cholesterol Screening


On Wednesday, March 9, at 10 a.m. the Washington
County Council on Aging will hold cholesterol screening
tests at the voting building in Greenhead, next to the New
Vision Methodist Church.
The screening test will be held Wednesday, March 9 at
1:30 p.m. at the Council on Aging in Chipley.
Fish Fry
On March 22 at 10 a.m. the Council on Aging will
hold a "Celebrating Easter" fish fry at Shivers Park in
Chipley.
Call the Council on Aging at 638-6216 or 638-6217
for reservations. .


Fish Fry-

On March 22 at 10 a.m. the Council on Aging will
hold a "Celebrating Easter" fish fry at Shivers Park in
Chipley.
Call the Council on Aging at 638-6216 or 638-6217
for reservations.



AARP Driving Class


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 Coun-
cil on Aging in Chipley.
The eight-hour class
was developed especially
for the senior driver with
years of driving experi-
ence.
The class reviews basic
driving knowledge, new


traffic laws, and introduces
techniques to help off-set
the effects of the aging
process on driver perfor-
mance.
This mature driving
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.


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-


KMS helps

St. Jude Children's
Hospital has announced
the successful completion
of a Math-A-Thon at
Kate Smith Elementary in
Chipley. Math-A-Thon,
now in its 26th year, is an
educationally based fund-
raising program. Students
obtain sponsors for the
number of math problems
completed in special
workbooks provided
for students in grades K
through 9. The program
is sponsored nationally by
Six Flags Theme Parks.
They provide free passes
to their parks for every
student raising $35 or
more.
Students participating
in the program learn to
do more than just math
problems. They also learn
the importance of helping
children who are less
fortunate than themselves.
Through the Math-A-
Thon, they are able to help
provide a future for St.
Jude Children's Research
Hospital. Children with
more than 200 forms
of cancer and other
catastrophic diseases find
hope at St. Jude.


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.


St. Jude's

Since it was founded
in 1962 by the late
entertainer, Danny
Thomas, the survival rates
for more than 70% of all
children with cancer have
risen dramatically. Today
more than 70% of all
children with cancer will
survive their bout with
the disease. St. Jude fully
credits these successes to
the generous support of
people around the world,
including the students at
Kate Smith Elementary.
"We are very proud of
our students for working so
hard on the Math-A-Thon,"
said Jan Jeeter, volunteer
coordinator. "With their
help, St. Jude Hospital
will be able to create new
treatments that may one
day lead to a cure for
many forms of cancer that
will benefit the children of
our state, our country, and
around the world. I also
want to extend our thanks
to the Chipley community
for supporting our students.
It takes all of us to make a
difference in the lives of
children with cancer, and
we can feel proud of our
response."


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Master Gardener

John Foster, plant -

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trees at the group's

property on Fifth

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who participated in L

the Friday afternoon .

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are, from left,

Gracie Zick with her V ,

grandmother, Liz

Corbin, Mary Porter,

Madeline Pippin,

Wanda Owens, .

Foster, and Kathy "

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
)onald Carlson the holder of the
allowing certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed to be
sued thereon. The certificate
umber and year of Issuance,
he description of the property,
nd the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

-ERTIFICATE NO. 1590
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 01
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
ot 16, Block 356, of Sunny Hills
Init 6, a subdivision according
o the Plate thereof, as recorded
n Plat Book 2, Pages 60 through
6, of the Public Records of
lashington County, Florida.
AME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
dith NaO
aid property being in the county
f Washington, State of Florida.
unless such certificated shall be
deemed according to the law,
he property described shall be
old to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on March 30.
Q05 at 10:00 AM.
)ated this 25day of January.

INDA HAYES COOK
LERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
VASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
)A
Y:. J CRoger Deputy Clerk
WARNING:


-HERE ARE UNPAID TAXES ON
PROPERTYY WHICH YOU OWN
N WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL IN-
"ES:T T R DPERTD'Y WLL I


Cashier'sChecks, MoneyOrders, AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
and Western Union are the only March 795.16 IN U.S. CUR-
other alternatives accepted. RENCY ONLY.


As Published In the Washington
County News February 9,16,23,
& March 2, 2005

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Donald Carson the holder of the
following certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance,
the description of the property,
and the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE NO. 01-1324
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 01
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
Lot 30, Block 66, of Sunny Hills
Unit 1, subdivision according to
the Plate thereof, as recorded In
Plat Book 2, Pages 9 through 27,
of the Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Catherine Gillece Est
Said property being in the county
of Washington, State of Florida.
Unless such certificated shall be
redeemed according to the law,
the property described shall be
sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on March 30.
2005 at 10:00 AM.
Dated this 2fLday of January.
-2005
UNDA HAYES COOK
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY. FLOR-
IDA


3E SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
)N March 30. 2005 UNLESS BY:J C Rog
-HE BACK TAXES ARE PAID.
'0 MAKE ARRANGEMENTS WARNING:
'OR PAYMENT OR TO RECEIVE
-URTHER INFORMATION, CON- THERE ARE
'ACT THE CLERK OF COURT PROPERTY
IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. 647 OR INWHICH Y
1293JACKSONAVE..SUITE101, TEREST. TH
3HIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428, OR BE SOLD A
ELEPHONE (850) 638-6285. ON March
THE BACK
AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR TO MAKE
:ebruary$ 8922IN U.S. CUR- FOR PAYME
IENCY ONLY. FURTHER IN
TACT THE
\MOUNT TO REDEEM FOR IMMEDIATE
Aarch $911.10 IN U.S. CUR- 1293JACKS
IENCY ONLY. CHIPLEY, F
40 PERSONAL CHECKS AC- TELEPHONE
'EPTED.
AMOUNT
ashier'ss Checks, Money Orders, February $
md Western Union are the only CURRENCY
theirr alternatives accepted. AMOUNT
AMOUNT
os Published in the Washington March 1855
County News February 9,16,23, RENCYONI
k March 2, 2005 NO PERSO
CEPTED.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
)onaldCarison theholderof the
following certificate, has filed said
certificatee for a Tax Deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance,
he description of the property,
md the names in which it was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1380
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 01
DESCRIPTIONN OF PROPERTY
.ot 6, Block 108, of Sunny Hills,
Jnit 1, a subdivision according
o the Plate thereof, as recorded
n Plat Book 2, Pages 9 through
!7, of the Public Records of
'ashington County, Florida
4AME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
-Ibert F Wilmerding
Said property being In the county
)f Washington, State of Florida.
Jnless such certificated shall be
deemed according to the law,
he property described shall be
told to the highest bidder at the
courthousee door on March 30.
i0_5 at 10:00AM.
)ated this 25day of Januay.

.INDA HAYES COOK
,LERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURTT
VASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
DA
3Y: J C Rogers, Deputy Clerk
WARNING:

HERE ARE UNPAID TAXES ON
PROPERTYY WHICH YOU OWN
N WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL IN-
-EREST. THE PROPERTY WILL
3E SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
)N March 30. 2005 UNLESS
-HE BACK TAXES ARE PAID.
-0 MAKE ARRANGEMENTS
:OR PAYMENT OR TO RECEIVE
FURTHERR INFORMATION. CON-
ACT THE CLERK OF COURT
IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. 647 OR
1293 JACKSON AVE., SUITE 101,
3HIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428, OR
ELEPHONE (850) 638-6285.

\MOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
february $ 89B.82 IN U.S.
CURRENCYY ONLY.
\MOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
arch $11.80 IN U.S. CUR-
IENCY ONLY.
10 PERSONAL CHECKS AC-
3EPTED.


ers, Deputy Clerk


UNPAID TAXES ON
WHICH YOU OWN
OU HAVE LEGAL IN-
IE PROPERTY WILL
T PUBLIC AUCTION
30. 2005 UNLESS
TAXES ARE PAID.
ARRANGEMENTS
ENT OR TO RECEIVE
FORMATION, CON-
CLERK OF COURT
LY AT PO. 647 OR
ON AVE, SUITE 101,
LORIDA 32428, OR
E (850) 638-6285.
TO REDEEM FOR
843.03 IN U.S.
'ONLY.
TO REDEEM FOR
i.11 IN U.S. CUR-
LY.
'NAL CHECKS AC-


NO PERSONAL CHECKS AC-
CEPTED.

Cashier's Checks, Money Or-
ders, and Western Union are
the only other alternatives ac-
cepted.
As published in the Washington
County News February 9,16,23,
March 2, 2005.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that The Westerner the holder
of the following certificate, has
filed said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be Issued thereon. The
certificate number end year of
issuance, the description of the
property, and thqenames in which
It was assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1729
YEAR OF ISSUANCE QQ
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
Lot 10, Block 375, of Sunny Hills
Unit 6, a subdivision according
to the Plate thereof, as recorded
in Plat Book 2, Pages 60 through
76. of the Public Records of
Washington County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Donald & Carol Whitehead
Said property being in the county
of Washington. State of Florida.
Unless such certificated shall be
redeemed according to the law,
the property described shall be
sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on Ail 1.2005
at 10:00 AM.
Dated this fday of Februay.
2005

LINDA HAYES COOK
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA


BY: J C Rog
WARNING:


ers, Deputy Clerk


THERE ARE UNPAID TAXES ON
PROPERTY WHICH YOU OWN
IN WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL
INTEREST. THE PROPERTY
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC-
TION ON April 200 UNLESS
THE BACK TAXES ARE PAID.
TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS
FOR PAYMENT OR TO RE-
CEIVE FURTHER INFORMA-
TION, CONTACTTHE CLERK OF
COURT IMMEDIATELY AT P.O.
647 OR 1293 JACKSON AVE.,
SUITE 101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA
32428, OR TELEPHONE (850)
638-6285.


AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
Cashier's Checks, MoneyOrders March $1169.89 IN U.S. CUR-
and Western Union are the only RENCY ONLY.
other alternatives accepted.


As Published In the Washington
County News February 9,16,23,
& March 2, 2005
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Donald Carison the holder of the
following certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax Deed to
be Issues thereon. The certificate
number and year of Issuance,
the description of the property,
and the names In which It was
assessed are as follows:

CERTIFICATE NO. 1323
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 01
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
Lot 29, Block 66, of Sunny Hills
Unit 1,a subdivision according to
the Plate thereof, as recorded In
Plat Book 2, Pages 9 through 27,
of the Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
CatherineGillece Est
Said property being In the county
of Washington, State of Florida.
Unless such certificated shall be
redeemed according to the law,
the property described shall be
sold to the highest bidder at the
courthouse door on March 30.
200 at 10:00 AM.
Dated this 2..day of January
2005

LINDA HAYES COOK
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA


BY: J C Rog
WARNING:


ers, Deputy Clerk


THERE ARE UNPAID TAXES ON
PROPERTY WHICH YOU OWN
IN WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL IN-
TEREST. THE PROPERTY WILL
BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION
ON March 30. 2005UNLESS
THE BACK TAXES ARE PAID.
TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS
FOR PAYMENT OR TO RECEIVE
FURTHER INFORMATION, CON-
TACT THE CLERK OF COURT
IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. 647 OR
1293 JACKSON AVE., SUITE 101,
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428, OR
TELEPHONE (850) 638-6285.
AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
February 783.92 IN U.S. CUR-
RENCY ONLY.


AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
April 1186.12 IN U.S. CUR-
RENCY ONLY.
NO PERSONAL CHECKS AC-
CEPTED.

Cashier's Checks, Money Or-
ders, and Western Union are
the only other alternatives ac-
cepted.
As Published In the Washington
County News February 16,23, &
March 3, 9, 2005.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION DI-
VISION
CASE NO: 67-04-CA-439

NATIONAL CITY MORTGAGE
CO.
PLAINTIFF
VS.
LAURA ANN BRETT, IF LIVING,
AND IF DEAD, THE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS CREDITORS, TRUST-
EES AND ALL OTHER PAR-,
TIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST
BY THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST LAURA ANN BRETT;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF LAURA
ANN BRETT, IFANY; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS UNKNOWN
TENANTS IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANTS)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
2-1-05. 2005 entered in Civil
Case No. 67,04-CA-439 of the
Circuit Court of the 14th Judicial
Circuit In and for WASHINGTON
County. CHIPLEY, Florida, I will
sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at THE FRONT
at the WASHINGTON County
Courthouse located at 1293
JACKSON AVENUE In CHIPLEY,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 16
day of March, 2005 the following
described property as set forth
In said Summary Final Judg-
ment, to-wit:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-
WEST CORNER OF THE
SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF
SOUTHEAST QUARTER OF
NORTHEAST QUARTER, SEC-


TION 24, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH,
RANGE 13 WEST, AS RECORD-
ED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 213, PAGE 137, WITH
THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT, WASHINGTON COUN-
TY, FLORIDA; THENCE NORTH
660 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO
THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF SOUTHWEST QUARTER
OF SOUTHEAST QUARTER
OF NORTHEAST QUARTER
OF SAID SECTION 24, TOWN-
SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 13
WEST, FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE EAST
330 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 330
FEET; THENCE WEST 330 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 330 FEET; TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A NON-EX-
CLUSIVE EASEMENTOVERAND
ACROSS THE WEST 20 FEET
OF THE NW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF
NE 1/4 OF SECTION 24, TOWN-
SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 13
WEST, WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Dated this 3 day of February,
2005.
Linda Hayes Cook
Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: K. McDaniel
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, PA., ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF 801 S. University
Drive Suite 500 Plantation
Fl. 33324
(954)233-8000 04-32060 (NCM)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities
needing a special accommoda-
tion should contact COURT
ADMINSTATION, at the WASH-
INGTON County Courthouse at
904-763-9061, 1-800-955-8771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Services.
As published in the Washington
County News March 2, 9, 2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF: 1994
CHRYSLER 4 DOOR
VIN#2C3ED56F3RH192661
Case No: 67-05-CA-085
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PRO-
CEEDING
TO ALL PERSONS WHO CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY, WHICH
WAS SEIZED ON OR ABOUT
JANUARY 7,2005, IN WASHING-
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA

Said property is in the custody
of the Chipley Police Depart-
ment. Any owner entity, bona
fide lienholder or person in pos-
session of the property when
seized has the right to contest
the Forfeiture Complaint by filing
a Response with the Circuit Court
within 20 days of the publication
of this notice, with a copy of
the Response sent to Brandon
J. Young, Attorney for Chipley
Police Department, 4431 Lafay-
ette Street, Marianna, Florida
32446. A Petition for Final Order
of Forfeiture has been filed in the
above-styled cause.
BRANDON J. YOUNG, Esq.
Baker Mercer and Young
4431 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 526-3633
Fla. Bar No. 0550736
ATTORNEY FOR CHIPLEY PO-
LICE DEPTMENT
As Published in the Washington
County News March 2, 9, 2005.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF:
$1,798.00 (U.S. CURRENCY)
CASE NO.: 04-584CA
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PRO-
CEEDING
TO ALL PERSONS WHO CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY, WHICH
WAS SEIZED ON OR ABOUT
November 30 2004, IN WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Said property Is in the custody of
the Washington County Sheriff's
Department. Any owner entity,
bona fide lienholder or person in
possession of the property when
seized has the right to contest the
Forfeiture Complaint by filing a
Response with the Circuit Court
within 20 days of the publication
of this notice, with a copy of the
Response sent to BRANDON J.
YOUNG, Attorney for Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Department,
4431 Lafayette Street, Marianna,
F1. 32446. A petition for Final Or-
der of Forfeiture has been filed In
the above- styled cause.
BRANDON J. YOUNG. Esq.
Baker Mercer and Young
4431 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446
(850) 526-3633
Fla. Bar No. 0550736
Attorney for Washington County
Sheriff's Department
As Published in the Washington


County News March 2, 9, 2005.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIBA 114 AND FOH
WASHINGTON COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 04-533
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
acting through Rural Develop-
ment, formerly Farmers Home
Administration (FmHA), United
States Department of Agriculture
(USDA),
Plaintiff
vs.
DARRYL R. SMITH; PHYLLIS A.
CHAMBERS f/k/a PHYLLIS A.
SMITH; HODIARI CHAMBERS;
LISA SMITH,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DARRYL R. SMITH and LISA
SMITH, address unknown, who is
not known to be dead or alive; all
heirs, devisees, grantees, assign-
ees, lienors, debtors, trustees,
or other claimants of DARRYL
R. SMITH and LISA SMITH; all
unknown parties claiming inter-
est by, through, under or against
DARRYL R. SMITH and LISA
SMITH; and all parties having or
claiming to have any right, title
or interest In the subject property
herein described.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac-
tion to foreclose a mortgage on
the following described property
in Washington County, Florida:
Commence at the SW corner
of the SE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of
Section 34, Township 2 North,
Range 16 West of Washington
County, Florida, thence North
along the West line of said SE 1/4
of the NW 1/4 948.96 feet, thence
East 25.0 feet, to the East side
of a County Graded Road and
the point t of beginning, thence
North along said East side of
County Graded Road 275.0 feet.
thence S 0058'37- West 275.04
feet; thence West 161.76 feet to
the point of beginning, containing
1.04 acres, more or less.
has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
it on NEAL E. YOUNG, Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address Is 300
Third Street, N.W., Winter Haven,
Florida 33881, within 30 days of
the first publication of this Notice
or 3/2/05, and file the original
with the Clerk of the Court either
before service on Plaintiff's at-
torney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be en-
tered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
If you are a person with a disabil-
ity who needs any accommoda-
tion in order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provision
of certain assistance. Please
contact the ADA coordinator,
Linda Cook (850) 638-6285,
within 2 working days of your
receipt of this document; if you
are hearing or voice impaired, call
1-800-955-8771.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on 2/23/2005.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: K. McDanlel

cc: Neal E. Young
Legal Newspaper
As Published in the Washington
County News March 2, 9, 2005.

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

THE WASHINGTON COUNTY
DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD IS
ACCEPTING BIDS FOR AN INDI-
VIDUALTO PROVIDE COUNSEL-
ING SERVICES FOR ESE STU-
DENTS AT THE WASHINGTON
COUNTY SCHOOL PROGRAM
(WCSP) LOCATED AT/ON THE
A.G. DOZIER SCHOOL CAMPUS
IN MARIANNA, FLORIDA.
THE SPECIFICATIONS MAY BE
PICKED UP AT THE WASHING-
TON COUNTY SCHOOL PRO-
GRAM (WCSP) ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICE, LOCATED AT/ON THE
A.G. DOZIER CAMPUS, 4111
SOUTH STREET, MARIANNA,
FL. 32446; PHONE REQUEST
(850 526-4135) FOR MAILING OR
FAX REQUEST AT (850 526-7385)
. THE SCHOOL IS IN OPERATION
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY,
BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 7:30
A.M. AND 3:45 PM.

BIDS ARE TO BE SEALED AND
MARKED "COUNSELING SER-
VICES-DOZIER, BID# 04-09,"
AND DELIVERED OR MAILED
TO THE WASHINGTON COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD, 652 THIRD
STREET, CHIPLEY, FL. 32428
BY 12:00 P.M. ON OR BEFORE
MARCH 11, 2005.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
AGENCY---REASONABLE AC-
COMMODATIONS ARE MADE
FOR APPLICANTS AS WELL AS
EMPLOYEES.
As Published In the Washington
County News March 2, 9, 2005
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


File No: 67-05-CP-014
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HELEN NAGY EVERETT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Helen Nagy Everett, deceased,
whose date of death was August
13,2004, and whose Social Se-
curity Number Is 577-30-1806,
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Washington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is 1293 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, Florida 32428. The
names and addresses of the
personal representatives and
the personal representatives'
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED:
The date of first publication of
this notice is 3/2/2005.
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentatives:
Kristi M. Odom
Attorney for Russell Albert Ev-
erett, Sr.
Florida Bar No. 0182044
1314 Jackson Avenue
Chipley, Florida 32428
Telephone: (850)638-7587
Personal Representatives:
Russell Albert Everett, Sr.
1262 Tharp Road
Post Office Box 693
Chipley,Florida 32428
Susan Everett Alberson
5742 High Harbor Court
Gainesville, Georgia 30504
As published In the Washington
County News March 2, 9, 2005

IN THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO 67-04-CA-477
WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, assuccessorby
merger to SouthTrust Bank,
Plaintiff,
vs.
WILLIAM DAVID PONTIUS, JR.,
and BARBARA ANN PONTIUS,
or unknown spouse of William
David Pontius, Jr.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to aFinal Judgment of
foreclosure dated February 17,
2005, and entered In Civil Action
No. 67-04-CA-477 of the Circuit
Court of the fourteenth Judicial
Circuit In and for Washington
County, Florida, wherein the
plaintiff, WACHOVIA BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as
successor by merger to South-
Trust Bank, and the defendants,
William David Pontius, Jr., and
Barbara Ann Pontius, I will sell to
t he highest and best bidder, for
cash, at 11:00 A.M. on the 24th
day of March, 2005, at the North
door of the Washington County
Courthouse, Chipley, Florida,
the following described real
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment of Foreclosure:
Lots 36 & 37 In the NW 1/4 of
Section 4, Township 4 North.
Range 13 West, according to
the McGeachy Addition to the
City of Chipley, as on file In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Washington County,
Florida.
The successful bidder at the
sale will be required to place
the requisite state documen-
tary stamps on the Certificate
of Title.
DATED this 17th of February,
2005.
HON. LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
BY: S/_____
As Deputy Clerk
As published in the Washington
County News March 2, 9, 2005


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The little "tree" is full of paper
oranges made by fifth graders.
The grapes, with pictures
of students on them, are by
fourth graders. Several large
lemons (not shown) are the
work of first-grade students.
An artificial watermelon and
a real one also were displayed.
Potatoes in little rope baskets,
and other fresh produce were
provided by older students.


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destined for the breed show


Spaghetti for Friday night's supper was cooked in
a big pot over an ourdoor flame. It was tended by
Tillman Pippin, left, and George Fisher, who were
caught opening a big bag of pasta to go into the pot.
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mixed salad, a choice of cake and drink.
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8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, March 2, 2005


Rec From Page 1
a responsibility of the city, resolution concerning the
as long as the resident station. Consequently, no
purchased the pipe and fit- action was taken.
tings. Council also heard
Reasoning for this course from Bill Henson, who
of action was based on the complained about water
fact that replacing the pipe gathering on his property,
ultimately benefited the washing away top soil.
city's sewer system. The He suggested the ditch
vote was unanimous. on Armstrong Street should
In the absence of the be enlarged and a swale
city's engineer, Boswell constructed to handle the
informed council a walk- runoff.
through of the effluent Council directed Boswell
waste water pipeline will to assess the situation and
be conducted on Thursday. issue the corresponding
The mayor, as well as the work order to correct it.
city and county engineers Councilman Alan Downs
will begin at the spray field asked if county crews might
and Holmes Valley Road be available to help with ex-
and work their way to the cavation of the ditch.
wastewater treatment plant It was mentioned that
in town. lately help from the county
The purpose of the in- had not been forthcoming,
section is to list and ad- but, if assistance is needed,
dress any unresolved issues they will be approached.
with the construction. Council also heard
Questions were raised from Peggy Dobbins,
about the lift station at Ver- representing Vernon Area
non Place. Merchants Association
The lift station has been (VAMA).
an uphill battle for the city. She asked for permis-
Boswell said the De- sion to use the Sportsplex
apartment of Juvenile Justice for the city's Fourth of July
engineer contends there is celebration.
nothing wrong with the lift Her request was referred
station. to the new recreation di-
Rural Water engineers rector, who is now in charge
differ in that opinion, ex- of the ball field.
plaining they feel, after a Plans to hold a parade
smoke test, that the lift sta- were also broached.
tion needs a liner. Dobbins said VAMA will
Boswell said yet another finalize the parade route at
engineer has a different their next meeting. After
take on the lift station's filling out the proper forms
stability, for the Washington County
"We don't own it," Bo- Sheriff's Department and
swell said, "so we can't Florida Department of
do nothing with it until we Transportation, the route
do." will be presented to council
Obviously, there is no for approval.

Pitts From Page 1
It also says Pitts has extends the local gas tax for
threatened violence if the 10 years. It was due to expire
posts are removed, on Sept. 1. The local gas tax
During the January is used by the county to repair
commission meeting, Pitts and maintain county roads.
and Commission. Chairman Although no one cares for
Ronnie Finch had a: caustic taxes, this one appears to be
exchange of words about the a necessary one. Accepting
posts. that fact, Commissioner
When Pitts said the posts Lynn Cope made the motion
are staying, Finch said he to extend. When no second
would send a county crew was forthcoming, Finch
out to remove them. passed the gavel to provide
"You do," Pitts said. "and it. The ensuing vote was
I'll defend them." unanimous.
A deed for property in The other resolution allows
Sunny Hills, which the owner, the county to swap land in
is donating to the council, Sunny Hills with Deltona
was quickly accepted. Corporation. The resulting
Two resolutions were also transaction will expand the
approved, area around Sunny Hills Fire
The first one considered Department.


Lake


involved.
Young said he is build-
ing an 18-acre lake, not
devaluing the land. He re-
quested commissioners lift
the order so he can resume
operations.
Washington County
Planning Consultant Randy
Parker was concerned that
no plans had been brought
to the county's attention.
He said the county cannot
approve something if they
do not know the scope of
the project in question.
Waller said she sent a let-
ter to the principals on Jan.
14, requesting information
about the project, which has
never been answered.
There was also concern
about road damage being
caused by the heavy equip-
ment Young is using. He as-
sured the Board all would be


repaired.
Young was advised to
contact Jerry Shepherd at
Northwest Florida Water
Management District for
direction concerning the
project.
Immediately after Young
left the meeting, Waller re-
ceived a message, which she
shared with the Board, that
water was being pumped
from one pond to another,
dropping water tables in
the area.
Waller also said, the actual
owner, George Fleming had
called and said the land was
just under contract. Fleming
said he had been told a small
agricultural pond was being
dug. She explained Fleming
was on his way to the site to
investigate.
Two residents of the
area, Jim Zediker and Al-


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len Thompson, approached
commissioners later in the
meeting.
Zediker told commission-
ers Young had been pump-
ing water for over a month
through two 10-inch pumps,
24 hours a day. He said one
lake was completely dry
as a result and others were
steadily dropping.
He also said wells in the
area were pumping mud.
In addition, Zediker said
trucks, he estimates 100
per day, are destroying the
road.
"I'm not concerned with
what a man does on his
own property," he said.
"I am concerned with the
lakes, ponds, wells and the
aquifer."
He then asked commis-
sioners what Cox had been
permitted for on this gargan-


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tuan project.
"That's what we're try-
ing to figure out," said
Commission Chairman
Ronnie Finch. "Apparently
nothing."
Thompson said he, like
Zediker, is also interested
in the environment. Besides
the water bodies listed by
his neighbor, Thompson
expressed concern about
sink holes opening up.
At that point, commis-
sioners had apparently
heard enough.
They issued a cease and
desist order to Cox Devel-
opment, which will serve to
stop all activity on the land.
Water Management will
also be contacted concern-
ing the project.
Waller posted the proper-
ty shortly after the commis-
sion meeting adjourned.








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AraAnucmns n eertos


Duran, Hood to wed


Hannah Fayth

is one year old
Hannah Fayth Harris
celebrated her first birthday
on Feb. 14.
Her party was held on
Feb. 12 in the First United
Methodist fellowship hall
in Ponce de Leon with
the Strawberry Shortcake
theme.
The party was given
by her parents, David
and Jessica Harris of
Ponce de Leon. Hannah's
nanny, Judy Harris, helped
celebrate. Also helping
celebrate were her big
brothers, Stephen and
Aaron Grant, big sister,
Adrienne Harris, and


HARRIS
cousin, Alexis Gillman,
as well as other family
members and close friends.
Hannah is the
granddaughter of Norman
and Judy Harris of Bonifay
and Hillard Gillman of
Ponce de Leon.


Denise Duran, the
daughter of Mrs. Norma
Mejia of Los Angeles,
Calif., and Daniel P.
Hood, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Daniel Hood
of Chipley, are pleased
to announce their plans
to wed in the presence of
God and their families on
March 12.


Denise graduated from
California State Univer-
sity at Los Angeles with
a bachelor of arts degree
in English. Daniel gradu-
ated from Troy State Uni-
versity with a bachelor of
science degree in sports
and fitness management.
The couple will reside
in Chipley.


Yarbrough, Adams to marry


Nathan and Deborah
Shipes of Chipley and
Terry D. Yarbrough of Ge-
neva, Ala., announce the en-
gagement of their daughter,
Casey Cheyenne Yarbrough,
to Christopher Lee Adams,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Adams of Samson, Ala.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin D. Penny of
Bonifay, the late Johnny
Jack Brown, and Caron Yar-
brough, and the late Willy
Yarbrough, of Sellersville,
Ala., and Junice Shipes of
Chipley and the late Harry
Shipes.
She is the great-grand-
daughter of Elizabeth
Clemmons Stafford of
Bonifay and the late Gor-
don Clemmons, and Rubye
Brown, also of Bonifay, and
the late Jay Brown, and
Penry and Mattie Penny of
Cottondale.


Casey graduated from
Lurleen B. Wallace Com-
munity College, MacAr-
thur campus, where she
received a certificate in
surgical technology. She
is employed with Medical
Center Enterprise.
The prospective groom is
the grandson of Mrs. Mon-
tez Adams Grimes, and the
late Collis Adams, Louie
Carter, and the late Odessa
Carter.
Christopher is a gradJf-
ate of Wallace Community
College, Ozark campus.
He received an associate
degree in applied science
and is employed with
Army Fleet Support at Fort
Rucker.
The wedding is planned
for 4 p.m. March 5 at the
First Baptist Church in
Samson, Ala.,
Family and friends are
cordially invited to attend.


Emerald Coast needs volunteers


Emerald Coast Hospice is
looking for volunteers to make
a difference in a neighbor's
life.
"You can brighten someone's
day by becoming a Hospice vol-
unteer," a spokesman said.
Volunteers are needed in
several areas: patient care, of-
fice, bereavement, phone calls
and crafts.
"Training is provided and we


will come to you," the spokes-
man explained.
For more information
about volunteering or Hospice
services, call Sheila Glover,
volunteer coordinator, Hospice
of the Emerald Coast, at (850)
526-3577.
"Volunteers are America's
unsung heroes," Glover said.
"Make a difference in someone's
life today."


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JONES, WHITE

Jones, White

plan April wedding


PONDS, YATES


Minchin

celebrates

87 years
Leavie Minchin cel-
ebrated her 87th birthday,
on Sunday with family in
Chipley.
Minchin served as the
home demonstration agent
in Washington County
from 1948 to 1955. She
is also remembered as an
educator. Minchin taught
at Kate Smith Elementary
for 22 years.
She remains very active
and involved in various
church and community ac-


MINCHIN
tivities and continues to be
a blessing to all those who
know her.


Tabitha D. Jones of St.
Louis, Mo., and Bradley
White of Campbell, Mo.,
plan to exchange wedding
vows Saturday, April 23.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Dana Jones
and Tom Nausley of Park
Hills, Mo.
She graduated from
North County in 2001,
and Valterott College in
2005. She is currently
in the United States Air


Force.
The bride-groom is the
son of Donna and Freddie
Hubbard and Mike and
Debbie White of Bonifay
and Trinity, N.C.
He graduated from Hol-
mes County High School
in Bonifay and Chipola
Junior College in 1998
and 2000.
He is currently a project
manager in marketing for
an internet company.


RICHARDSON, PETERS

Peters, Richardson

announce engagement


Mr. and Mrs. Randal
Proctor of Chipley and
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Peters
of Tampa, are pleased to
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Heather
Lauren Peters, to Lee Mi-
chael Richards.
The bride-to-be is cur-
rently attending the Uni-
versity of West Florida,
Chipola Campus, pursuing
her bachelors degree in
elementary/special educa-
tion. She is employed With
the Washington County


school board.
. The prospective groom
is currently attending
Chipola College pursu-
ing an associates degree
in education. He is also
a member of the National
Guard in Chipley.
A spring 2005 wedding
is planned.


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lor's degree in education
from Florida State Univer-
sity. She is employed with
a bank in Bonifay.
The future bridegroom
is the grandson of Mrs.
Lounette Harrison, and the
late Angus L. Harrison, of
Caryville and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Buford Yates of
Bonifay.
Zac is a 2001 graduate
of Vernon High School.
He is currently employed
with the Division of For-
estry in Bonifay.
The wedding is planned
for 3 p.m. Saturday, March
26, behind the Chatau-
qua House in DeFuniak
Springs. A reception will
follow. All friends and
family are cordially in-
vited to attend.


High School seniors that are
filling out college applications
and going over potential scholar-
ship programs should check into
the FloridaAssociation of Realtors
(FAR) 2004/2005 scholarship/
essay contest for high school se-
niors. This contest offers a chance
to win up to $6,500 in scholarship
funding.
Entering the contest is easy.
Students need to write a typed,
double-spaced essay of 500 words
or less on the topic, "How Does
a Realtor Professional Benefit the
Community?" This topic allows
a student to write about a wide
range of realtor professionals who


work in a variety of fields, include.
ing residential brokerage, com-
mercial brokerage, industiral and
office brokerage, farm and land
brokerage, real estate appraising.
property management, land devel.
opment, and real estate counseling.
to name just a few of the general
specialties. Or, essays may address
such points as the benefits of home
ownership to society, or to families
on a personal level, or how selling
of commercial real estate encour-
ages economic growth.
For more information contact
Marla Martin or Jeff Zipper at
(407) 438-1400, ext. 2326 or
2314.


wed this
Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Ponds of Bonifay an-
nounce the engagement
of their daughter, Leigh
Ann, to Zachary David
Harrison Yates, son of
David and Vicky Yates of
Bonifay.
The bride-elect also is
daughter of the late Bo
Kelly. She is the grand-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Coy Pitts of Bonifay, Mr.
and Mrs. Don Kelly of
Chipley and Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Ponds of Ponce
de Leon.
Leigh Ann is a 2002
graduate of Holmes
County High School. She
graduated from Gulf Coast
Community College in
2004, and is currently
working toward a bache-


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Freeport Community Center, interested in woodturning. For
from 9 a.m. until noon. This more information, contact Ron
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AnnouncemenI(J II ts i W'ani Celebra~ t~ions, contre inui,[.ed


Boy born

to Bushes
Kyle and Rhonda Bush
announce the birth of their
son, Matthew.
Born Feb. 16, at 2:52
p.m. and weighed 9 lbs., 2
oz. He was 22 inches long.
Proud grandparents are
Foy (Bunny) and Glenda
Lashley. Paternal grand-
parents are Ronald and
Kim Bush, and Sarah and
Ed Franklin.


The entire world was
shaken when Southeast
Asia was devastated by the
tsunami, destroying lives
and leaving millions home-
less, many of them children.
In the wake of this disaster,
Carolyn Sasser and Caro-
lyn's Fashions in downtown
Chipley decided to make a
contribution by hosting a
fund-raiser in the form of a
beauty pageant.
The Girls and Boys Eas-
ter Pageant will be held on
Saturday, March 19, at the
Washington County Agri-
cultural Center on Hwy 90
in Chipley. The pageant is
open to girls, ages birth to
22 years and boys, birth to
seven years.
Each category will have
a king or queen as well as
a first and second runner-
up. The king or queen will
receive a crown, satin ban-
ner, trophy and gift. The
runner-ups will receive a
satin banner, trophy and gift.
Each contestant will receive
a gift and a 5x7 glossy photo
taken at the pageant in their
pageant wear.
The bulk of the pageant
proceeds will be donated to
Warm Blankets OrphawnCare.:
International to sponsorechil-,s
dren orphaned in Southeast
Asia by the tsunami. Warm
/Blankets is a Christian


BUSH
The parents thank every-
one for all the prayers for
Matthew.


based charitable organiza- '
tion dedicated to the rescue
of orphans and widows in
third world countries.
Currently, they are focus-
ing efforts in Southeast Asia,
reuniting orphans with ex-
tended family members and Sm i th
finding home placements for Sm ith, HaI
those who lost everything
As this pageant is a fund- A
pageant fees waived by col-
lecting a minimum of $150 Randy and Angelina
in donations. For those col- Smith of Mobile, Ala. are
lecting the greatest amounts pleased to announce the en-
in donations, there will be an gagement and forthcoming
overall sponsorship king and marriage of their daughter,
queen crowned. Melesha Ann Smith to
Any businesses or indi- Melesha Ann Smith to
viduals wishing to donate Adam Blair Hamlin, son of
funds, gifts, or services for John B. "Jack" and Clair
door prizes should contact Hamlin of Mobile, Ala.
Carolyn Sasser at (850) The bride-elect is the
638-8386 or email her at granddaughter of Buford
bowsbycarolyn@aol.com Smith and Ima Jean Smith
Pageant applications can of Bonifay, Alex Wiggins
be picked up at Carolyn's of Bonifay, and Patricia
Fashions on Railroad Av-
enue in downtown Chipley POPIlPf Wl
and in many other locations
around the area. Applica- Poplar Springs School will
tions may be mailed in, sponsor a Spring Beauty Pag-
faxed or dropped off at eant on March 25 and 26. The
Carolyn's. pageant will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Pageant fees and/ordona- on both nights.
tons may bepaid by cash. ...Entry fees will be $35 for
tons may be aid by cash...each Conte.ant The dead-
,Gheekvoi credit card. he-. ffieo r n ti&i' lo Mnd:I)
pageant is open to all con- March 7.
testants, regardless of area A special meeting for par-
of residence. ents and contestants will lbe
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Jenny Anne

turns one
Jenny Anne Davenport
celebrated her first birth-
day on Thursday, January
20. She is the daughter of
Richard L. and Tanya O.
Davenport of Graceville.
She is the granddaughter of
T. Wayne and Ruby Oswald
also of Graceville, and Jan-
ice and the late Jack Dav-
enport of Gulf Breeze, and
the great-granddaughter of
L.V. "Pete" and Orianna
Bowen of Marianna.
A party was held on
January 22, with a Care
Bears first birthday theme.


DAVENPORT
Her parents, grandparents
and other family mem.
bers along with a host of
friends, had a great time
helping her celebrate her
birthday.


DOT announces inspections


SMITH, HAMLIN

mlin

9 nuptials


Allen of Fort Myers, Fla.
She is a graduate of
Theodore High School in
Mobile and is employed as
an ad secretary at a realty
company.
The prospective groom
is a graduate of Arnold's
High School in Mobile and
is self-employed.
The wedding is planned
for April 9, at the Bragg-
Mitchell Mansion in Mo-
bile.


held on Thursday, Feb. 24, at
6:30 p.m.
Note: Baby Miss, Toddler
Miss and Tiny Miss contestants
are required to be living in the
Poplar Springs community or
have a relative attending the
Poplar Springs School.
For more information con-
tact, Teresa Bush at 263-4744
dayss or 263-3072 (evenin)sV.


Routine bridge inspec-
tions are set to begin.
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT)
bridge maintenance
crews will perform rou-
tine inspections on sev-
eral bridges next week in
Holmes, Washington, and
Jackson counties, weather
permitting.
Motorists can expect
intermittent lane closures
and minor delays, local
law enforcement officials
will assist in traffic con-
trol.
Crews were scheduled


to inspect the bridge on
CR2A over Hurricane
Creek in Holmes County
on Feb. 28 and then move
to the bridge on CR284
over Holmes Creek in
Washington County,
moving to the bridge on
CR278 over the Chipola
River in Jackson County.
The bridge on CR280
over the Chipola River in
Jackson County is also on
the schedule.
Motorists are reminded
to use caution while
traveling through work
zones.


FHP will inspect vehicles


The Florida Highway
Patrol will conduct driver
license and vehicle inspec-
tion checkpoints during the
month of March on several
roadways in the area.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and de-
fective lighting equipment.


The patrol has found these
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the equip-
ment and driver license laws
of Florida, while ensuring
the protection of all area
motorists.
The roads are: county roads
169, 164, 185, 173, 69A, 165.
167,284,279,165A, 162,179
181, 271, 276, 280 and 1774;
State roads 10, 71, 81, 277.
286,273,79, 177,2,276, 73.
77, 69, and Snow Hill Road.,


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Cold-hardy Satsuma oranges making comeback


In the heart of the Flori-
da Panhandle hundreds of
miles north of other citrus
production areas in the
state Mack Glass is grow-
ing cold-hardy Satsuma
oranges and says Jackson
County could regain its
title as the Satsuma Capital
of the World.
"Back in the early 1900s,
before a 1935 freeze wiped
out the 3,000-acre citrus
crop in the Panhandle, our
county was known as the
Satsuma Capital of the
World, and annual Satsuma
festivals in 1928 and 1929
attracted 35,000 people,"
said Glass, who is growing
five acres of the Mandarin
orange on his farm near
Marianna.
He expects to harvest
his first crop of oranges
in fall 2005 and said two
other Jackson County
growers Nolan Daniels
and Herman Laramore
are also planning to start
commercial production of
the orange.
Glass said. he expects
brisk local sales of the
tasty oranges, particularly
at fund-raising events for
S churches and schools. His
Satsuma crop flowers in
late April and early May,
and fruit can be harvested
from mid-October through
the second week in No-
vember.
A partner and manager
of the Cherokee Ranch
of North Florida Ltd. in
Jackson County, he began
growing Satsuma oranges
about three years ago to
diversify his farming op-
eration. He said the idea
to grow Satsumas came
from Wayne Sherman, a
professor of horticulture
with the University of
Florida's Institute of Food
and Agricultural Sciences
in Gainesville.
"It's no secret that we're
having some marketing
problems here in the Pan-
handle because the new
federal farm program has
lowered target prices for
traditional crops such as
corn, peanuts and soy-
beans," Glass said. "Pea-
nuts used to be our main
crop, generating about
$780 per ton, but now
we're getting about $335


George Hochmuth, left, director of the.University of Florida's
North Florida Research and Education center in Quincy and
Marianna, and Mark Glass, partner and manager of the Chero-
kee Ranch of North Florida Ltd. in Marianna, check flower buds
on Glass's Satsuma orange crop. About three years ago, Glass
decided to start growing the cold-hardy citrus to diversify his
farming operation because of lower target prices in the federal
farm program for traditional crops such as corn, peanuts and
soybeans. Photo by Thomas Wright/University of Florida/IFAS.


per ton."
He said weather and pest
control are the only chal-
lenges they face in produc-
ing Satsuma oranges, but
these have been largely
solved with the help of
UF research and extension
experts.
"What makes us optimis-
tic about growing Satsuma
oranges in the Panhandle is
that we now have produc-
tion technologies from UF
that simply did not exist
back in the early 1900s or
even 20 years ago," Glass
said. "We came through
several freezes this year
without any damage to our
trees, thanks to a micro-ir-
rigation system that puts
out 24 gallons of water
per hour for freeze protec-
tion."
He is working closely
with George Hochmuth,
director of UF's North
Florida Research and Edu-
cation Center in Quincy,


and Ed Jowers, UF Jack-
son County extension
director, to solve various
cold protection, pest con-
trol and other production
problems.
Glass said the Florida
Automated Weather Net-
work (FAWN), which
provides real-time weather
data 24 hours daily to pro-
ducers around the state,
helps him keep track of
approaching cold fronts
and schedule his irrigation
system to prevent freeze
damage.
John Jackson, a UF
Lake County extension
agent who helped establish
FAWN in 1997, said the
weather network now cov-
ers the entire state with 33
stations linked to comput-
ers at UF in Gainesville.
Each solar-powered station
collects weather data and
transmits it to Gainesville
every 15 minutes. The net-
work includes monitoring


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The stations measure
temperatures at two-, six-
and 30-feet above ground,
and soil temperature,
wind speed and direction,
rainfall, relative humidity,
barometric pressure, leaf
wetness and solar radia-
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Glass said FAWN is a
valuable production tool
because regular weather
forecasts for cities may
be misleading for farmers.
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and asphalt can make cit-
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than farms in rural areas.
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other cold-sensitive crops,"
he said.
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have been few insect and
mite problems in Glass's
citrus trees.
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has had fewer insect pests
than I normally see on
dooryard citrus," he said.
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least in part to the better
quality trees that he plant-
ed and the higher level of
management that the grove
has received.
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managed."


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nity Service (CNCS) conference
held in Orlando. Staff attend-
ing from Elder Care Services
included: Julie Prevatt, Senior
Service Corp Director: Ken
Finch, Volunteer Coordinator;
Fred Williams, Big Bend RSVP
Director; and"Deborah Latson,
Volunteer Coordinator.
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sored by CNCS and the Florida
Association of Senior Service
Corp Directors (FASSCD). Ju-
lie Prevait currently serves as
Vice President of FASSCD.
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the conference was to ensure
that all national service pro-
Sgrams h.have the support and
tools needed to "get things
done." The conference offered
information in workshops on
topics concerning faith-based
organizations, intergenerational
programs mobilizing retired
executives, serving children of
prisoners, performance mea-
surement programming, learn
and serve projects, and working
with local emergency manage-
ment agencies.
Alex Amparo, emergency
management director with Vol-
unteer Florida was the keynote
speaker at Thursday's luncheon.
In addition to the many
workshops offered, participants


had an opportunity to network
with peers and to hear updates
from Corporation for National
Service staff on the President's
call to engage citizens into comr
munity service.
Elder Care Services offers
several opportunities to get
involved locally through its
sponsorship of several CNCS
programs, including the Senior
Companion, Foster Grandpar-
ent, and Retired & Senior Vol
unteer programs. These three
programs offer recruitment
training, placement and track.
ing in 14 North Florida counties
from Fort Walton to Madison
counties.
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forward to taking the challenge
of the President to reach out to
more individuals to help get
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Rosetta Williams, 81
Rosetta Williams of
Westville died Feb. 21 at
Gulf Coast Medical Center
in Panama City.
Survivors include four
sons, Harvey Sewell of
Westville, Jimmie Wil-
liams of Tucson, Ariz.,
Tommie Williams and
Terry Williams, both of
Bonifay; three daugh-
ters, Elizabeth Baxley of
Caryville, Viola Padgett
of Homerville, Ga., and
Lillian Blighton of Green-
wood; 21 grandchildren
and 19 great-grandchil-
dren.
Services were held Feb.
24 at Caryville Evangelis-
tic Center with the Revs.
Wayne Brannon and James
Carnley officiating.
Burial was in Westville
Cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Betty L. Dukes, 65
Betty Lou Dukes of
Bonifay died Feb. 24 at
Bay Medical Center in
Panama City.
Survivors include her
mother, Mary Lou Bul-
lington of Bonifay; two
sons, Lloyd Blankenship
and wife, Tammy, of Ge-
neva, Ala., and Billy H.
Blankenship of Bonifay;
a daughter, Angela Yates
and husband, Shelton, of
Bonifay, and four grand-
children.
Services were held Feb.
27 at First Assembly of
God Church with the Revs.
John Y. Chance and Kyle
May officiating.
Burial was in Bonifay
Cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Betty J. Bradley, 76
Betty Johnson Bradley
of Quincy died Feb. 24.
She was a retired nurse
with Gadsden Nursing
Home.
She was a member of
Forest Hills United Meth-
odist Church and a long-
time resident of Quincy.
Survivors include four
sons, C.D. Johnson and
wife, Mickie, James
'Rudy" Johnson and wife,
Tempy, all of Tallahassee,
Allen Bradley and wife,
Lesley, of Western Springs,
Ill., and Mike West and
wife, Cheryl, of St. Peters-
burg; two brothers, Ron-
nie Peters of Caryville and
James Peters of Bonifay;
two sisters, Irene Ellis
of Caryville and Bonnie
Davis, of Bonifay, and 11
grandchildren.
Services were held Feb.
28 at Forest Hills United
Methodist Church in
Quincy.
Burial was in Hillcrest
Cemetery with Indepen-
dent Funeral Home of


Kenneth W. Fry, 64
Kenneth Wayne Fry
of Vernon died Feb. 1
at St. Luke's Hospital in
Jacksonville.
He was preceded in
death by his parents,
Wanda and Raymond
Fry;. a son, Raymond
Fry;
Survivors include his
wife, Marie Fry, Son
Kenneth Wayne Fry,
Jr., of Valparaiso, Indi-
ana. Daughters Melissa
Dawn Sheffield of Ver-
non, Debra Angeline
Black of Panama City,
A brother Fender Wil-


liam Fry of Tulsa, OK,
and two sisters, Rayma
Lee Morgan of South
Bend, IN and Georgia
Carolyn Miller of India-
napolis, IN.
A memorial service
will be held at Unity
Church March 31st at
4pm.


Quincy directing.
Memorial donations
may be made to Forest
Hills United Methodist
Church, 1729 West King
Street, Quincy, FL 32351,
or Big Bend Hospice,
1723 Mahan Center Blvd.,
Tallahassee, FL.
Lillie C. Powell, 91
Lillie Cullifer Powell of
Westville died Feb. 20 at
Doctors Memorial Hospi-
tal in Bonifay.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Sport Powell.
Survivors include sev-
eral nieees and nephews.
Services were held at
Camp Ground Church
Cemetery with the Rev.
Dan Padgett officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
James F. Bryant Jr, 79
James Franklin Bryant
of Westville died Feb. 22
at his home there. He was
a son of the late James F.
Bryant Sr. and Marie Bry-
ant.
In addition to his par-
ents, he was preceded in
death by a son, Richard F
Bryant, and a brother, Ger-
ald Bryant.
Survivors include his
wife, Lou Vern Bryant of
Westville; four sons, Keith
Bryant of Freeport, Dale
Bryant of Panama City,
David Bryant of Westville,
Stephen Bryant and wife,
Tammy, of Slocomb, Ala.;
a brother, Clyde Bryant
of Dunnellon; five sisters,
Cornelia Yancy of Tal-
lahassee, Pat Beals and
Shirly Woodward, both of
Sebastian, Jean Carter of
Orlanto and Carolyn El-
lis of Fort Walton Beach;
eight grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
Services were held Feb.
25 in the funeral home
chapel with Rev. Andy
Glover officiating.
Burial was in Bethany
Baptist Church Cemetery
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.
Raymond L. Stuart, 77
Raymond Leroy.
"Lucky" Stuart, formerly
of DeFuniak Springs, died
Feb. 25 at his home in
Kinston, Ala.
He was retired from
the U.S. Navy where he
had served in the Seabees.
Known as "Lucky Stuart,"
he owned and operated the
S & S Salvage Company
in DeFuniak Springs.
Stuart was preceded in
death by a daughter, Geor-
gia Ann Collins, and a son,
Phillip Stuart.
Survivors include his
wife, Juanice Padgett
Stuart of Kinston; three
sons, Billy Stuart and wife,


Sylvia, also of Kinston,
Larry Stuart of Cleveland,
Ohio, and Wayne Spence
of Wilmington, N.C.;
two. daughters, Patricia
Hollingbeck of Aurora,
Colo., and Mary Lee Stu-
art of San Diego, Calif.;
13 grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.
Services will be held 10
a.m. March 2 in the Peel
Funeral Home Chapel in
Bonifay. Chaplain David
Sims will officiate.
Burial will follow at
2 p.m. in the Barrancas
National Cemetery in Pen-
sacola with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay direct-
ing.
David E. Cook, 81
David Eugene Cook of
Bonifay died Feb. 24 in
Biloxi, Miss. He was born
Nov. 19, 1923, to the late
Arthur Bennett Cook and
Vera Mae Kelly Cook.
He was the retired
owner/operator merchant
of Cook's Store in Wash-
ington County.
Survivors include his
wife, Carrie H. "Carolyn"
Cook of Bonifay; two
sons, Terry Cook of Cum-
ming, Ga., and Wallace
Cook and wife, Linda, of
Gulfport, Miss.; one sis-
ter, Ola Mae Culpepper of
Chipley; four grandchil-
dren and four great-grand-
children.
Services were held Feb.
17 at St. John's Free Will
Baptist Church with Rev.
Bobby Register officiat-
ing.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Vera A. Obert, 71
Vera Ann Obert of
Chipley died Feb. 25 at
her home following an
extended illness. She was
born in Griffin, Ga., but
had lived in Chipley since
1989.
She was a member of
the Sapp Community Ho-
liness Church and a home-
maker.
Survivors include her
husband, W.A. Obert
of Chipley; four sisters,
Daisy Tharp of Chipley,
Bessie Hudgins, Doris
Folds, and Ruth Chapel all
of Griffin.
Services were held
Feb. 28 at Brown Funeral
Home Chapel on Brick-
yard Road with the Revs.
Cloys Joiner and Houston
Obert officiating.
Burial followed in Wa-
chob Forest Lawn Cem-
etery with Brown Funeral
Home of Chipley direct-
ing.
Memorial donations
may be made to Hospice
of Emerald Coast in Mari-
anna, FL.


Covenant Hospice seeks volunteers


"Covenant Hospice is seek-
ing energetic, compassionate
volunteers to assist with special
events and fundraising activities
throughout the year.
"Whether it's helping out with
a golf tournament, a bereavement
program or a holiday celebration,
the contributions of our volun-
teers make a difference on every
level," says Barbara Bentley,


Covenant Hospice's new vol-
unteer services coordinator for
Marianna.
Covenant Hospice is a non-
profit organization that provides
a special kind of care to patients
with life-limiting illnesses
and their loved ones. To learn
more, call Barbara Bentley at
850-482-8520 or toll-free at 888-
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Peanut Short Course


The annual Florida
handle Peanut short c
will be held on Thu
March 3 in the c
ence center at the Jac
County Agriculture
fice complex locate
2741 Pennsylvania A
Marianna.
Registration will be
30 a.m., Central Sta
Time, and the program


The U.S. Departmi
Agriculture's Agricu
Marketing Service h
nounced final proce
for a continuance
endum under the i
Promotion, Research
Information order,
commonly known a
Lamb Checkoff Pro
and also announced
the referendum will b
ducted through Feb. 2
The referendum w
conducted at USDA's
Service Agency coun
fices. To be eligib
participate, persons
certify and provide
mentation, such as a
receipt or remittance
that shows they have
engaged in the produ
feeding or slaughter
lambs during the p
of Jan. 1 through De
2004.
From now through
28, persons may o
form LS-86 to vo
the referendum from
county offices eith
person, by mail or
simile. Forms may al
obtained via the Inter
http://www.ams.usda
Isg/mpb/rp-lamb.htm
Persons will vote i
referendum at the


In full support of Pre
George W. Bush's rec
rective to the U.S. Depar
of Agriculture (USDA)
tain the environmental be
of the Conservation Re
Program (CRP), Florida
Service Agency (FSA) 1
nounced a General CRP
up 29 began Aug. 30, 2(
Gary Treadwell, c
executive director for Hc
Washington, and Bay C
FSA explains that CRP
up 29 is offered for those
currently enrolled in CR
set to expire Septemb
2004 or September 30,
According to CED, Ga
Treadwell, eligible cro
never before enrolled in
will also be considered
rollment under Genera
Sign-up 29.
"As further expansi
the CRP program, Pre,
Bush has announced a c
of new initiatives incluc
Bobwhite quail initiative
an expanded wetland pro
designed to enhance we
and playa lake areas,
CED, Treadwell. "Prov


a Pan-
ourse
rsday,
onfer-
ckson
Of-
ed at
ve. in

eat 7:
ndard
n will


start at 8 a.m.
This annual course of-
fers peanut farmers across
the Florida Panhandle the
latest production, econom-
ic, and market information.
Featured speakers will in-
clude peanut research and
extension specialists from
the universities of Florida
and Georgia.
All peanut farmers and


others
are in
it tow
license,
be off
Thi
by the
Extend
more
the J
tension
482-9


Lamb Referendum
ent of county office where their Act of
ltural administrative farm records Thi
as an- are maintained, for ass
dures For persons not partici- of lar
refer- pating in FSA programs, and f<
Lamb the opportunity to vote to car
h and will be provided at the search
more county office where the grams
is the person owns or rents land. the d
gram, Form LS-86 and supporting lamb ]
L that documentation may be re- The
e con- turned in person, by mail or mand
28. facsimile to the appropriate require
ill be FSA county office. Form of Ag
Farm LS-86, and accompanying refere
ity of- documentation returned going
le to in person or by facsimile three
must must be received in the ments
docu- appropriate county office order.
sales before the close of business that 1
form, on Feb. 28, 2005. held
been Form LS-86 and accom- ter ass
action, paying documentation Assess
ng of returned by mail must be 2002.
eriod postmarked no later than activil
c. 31, midnight of Feb. 28, 2005, The
and received in the FSA notice
a Feb. county office by March 7, were p
btain 2005. 27, 21
te in For the program to con- ter. Fo
iFSA tinue, it must be approved contact
er in by a majority of voters who chief,
r fac- also represent a majority of Branc
so be the volume represented in and S
net at the referendum. at St(
I.gov/ The Lamb Checkoff pende
Program was authorized by ington
n the the Commodity Promotion, ,or by
FSA Research and Iiformatioi" 720-1

CRP Sign-ups
sident and eligibility guidelines for the 12
ent di- these and other new CRP com- period
tment ponents will be forthcoming Ind
to sus- as USDA works through the in mi
benefits development process." pertain
serve In light of the projected large I
SFarm 16 million acres of CRP set expire
has an- to expire in 2007 and an future
SSign- additional six million acres ing th
004. to expire in 2008, President mental
county Bush addressed his vision for related
olmes, the future of the CRP program weigh
countyy the nation's largest voluntary at httl
SSign- conservation program of- Comm
acres fered for private lands. In a be rec
P and continued effort to "restore, after d
er 30, enhance and protect" environ- the Fe
2005. mentally sensitive land, build comm
ary W. on producer stewardship and to Dire
)pland enhance wetland and wildlife Envirc
n CRP acres, the President expressed vision
for en- his commitment to re-enroll- Agenc:
1 CRP ing as many CRP acres as pos- Stop
sible up to a maximum of 39.2 dence
on to million acres nationwide. ington
sident "Producers and landowners For
;ouple need to understand that CRP gardin
ding a Sign-up 29 is completely public
'e and separate from potential 're- of CR
ogram enrollment' of acres expiring Count
tlands in 2007 and 2008," said CED, 547-28
" said Treadwell. "No provisions for visit tl
visions these acres will be made until http:7/t


s in the Tri-states area.
vited to attend. Cred
ard Florida pesticide
e re-certification will
ered.
s course in sponsored
SFlorida Cooperative
sion Service. For
information, contact
ackson County Ex.
n Service at (850)
620.


'1996.
s program provides
sessments on the sale
ib and lamb products
or an industry board
ry out promotion, re.
h and information pro.
Designed to increase
demand for lamb and
products.
e referendum is
ated by the Act and
res that the Secretary
;riculture conduct a
ndum either before its
into effect or within
years after assess-
Sfirst begin under an
The order provides
the referendum be
within three years af
sessments first begin.
sments began July 1.
AMS oversees the
ties of the program.
e procedures and
Sfor the referendum
published in the Dec.
004, Federal Regis.
or more information.
ct Kenneth R. Payne.
Marketing Programs
ch, AMS Livestock
eed Program, USDA
)p 0251, 1400 Inde-
rnce Ave., SW, Wash.
n,, D.C. 20250-0251
telephone at (202)'
1 1 5 .. .


0-day public comment
has ended."
lividuals interested
king public comment
ning to managing the
lumber of acres set to
in 3-4 years, managing
CRP sign-ups, evaluat-
e program's environ-
I effectiveness or other
d topics of concern can
-in on FSA's website
,://www.fsa.usda.gov
Lents on the issues must
eived within 120 days
the date published in
deral Register. Written
ents should be mailed
sector, Conservation and
onmental Programs Di.
(CEPD), Farm Service
y,(FSA), Room 4714-S.
0513, 1400 Indepen.
Avenue, S.W. Wash.
,D.C. 20250-0513.
r more information re-
,g CRP Sign-up 29 or
comment on the future
P, contact the Holmes
y FSA office at 850-
150 or 850-638-1982 or
he USDA Web sites at
www.usda.gov


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Wednesday, March 2, 2005, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 7B


Bush unveils aggressive education reform

package aimed toward teacher rewards
Building on the success a ategorical is created to change the culture of Public Accountability
of the A+ Plan for Educa- fi nd the .Constitutional middle grades by aligning and Reporting
tion, Gov. Jeb Bush and Lt. amendment. The categori- the mission, grading scale, Public accountability:
Gov. Toni Jennings recent- cal will fund teacher pay and course-taking require- and reporting should be
ly announced an education at no less than $35,000 ments of middle schools implemented across the K
reform package focused on a year and would remain with high schools. Recom- 20 system including K-1
providing teachers with the above the national begin- mendations include: community colleges an
tools and resources needed ning teacher pay average. *Implementation of a state universities, elim
to provide Florida's stu- Additionally, the categori- 10-point grading scale nating the need for the
dents with a high-quality cal would provide salary similar to the statewide 10% performance funding
education. Joined by bill increases ofat least $2,000 high school grading scale requirement that place
sponsors Sen. Evelyn to every teacher currently (i.e., 90-100 + A, 80-89 + teacher and faculty salaries
Lynn and Reps. John Star- above $33,000. Finally, the B, etc.) at risk every year.
gel and Trey Treviesa, the categorical would continue -Changing middle grades Research and Publi
governor outlined his plan to fund class size reduction retention policies so stu- Reporting
that includes increased to meet the district average dents failing one or two Recognizing that dec
teacher pay, differential. class size requirements. courses are not required to sions about education
pay for teachers, principal Professional Compen- repeat courses they have policy should be driven b
leadership development station Scale passed, but must retake research, Bush propose
programs, an online class-: District school boards core courses. the Department of Educ,
room management system, would be required to adopt *Phasing-in a require- tion conduct studies on th
and an expansion of school a salary schedule that pro- ment that all students following:
choice. vides for differentiated pay reading below grade level Effectiveness of the Eam
"Teachers are the back- based upon: (scoring level 1 or 2 on the ceen e n
bone of our educational .Subject area taught FCAT) must take an inten- *Effectiveness of gradi
system and their dedica- teachers teaching in short- sive reading course devel- ates of state-approved co
tion and commitment age subject areas should be oped by the Florida Center leges of educaffectiveness of teach
should be recognized and paid more for Reading Research. ers who receive certific
rewarded," said Bush. "Fo- *Economic demograph- *Beginning with sixth etrs throh diffe ernt ic
caused on teachers, this bill ics at the school teachers graders, require a credit- tification routes
provides them with admin- and administrators work- based system for middle The Department of Ed
istrative and professional ing in predominantly poor grades, focused on core cation willprovide parent
support that will enhance schools should be paid academic courses. Twelve and teachers with an a
their careers and give them more credits would be required nual report card on thei
the tools they need to suc- -Job duties performed for middle school gradua- school's performance an
ceed." as described in the teacher tion: one each year in lan- No Child Left Behind de;
Jennings added, "Under BEST career ladder teach- guage arts, math, science ignition to easily explain
the governor's A+ Plan ers taking on additional and social studies. student progress to parent
for Education, Florida's duties such as lead and FCAT next steps Also, the Department wil
students have seen tre- mentor teachers, should be This legislation will ad- provide the Governor and
mendous academic gains, paid more. vance policies pertaining the Legislature with an a
thanks in large part to our The salary schedule and to the FCAT, such as: nual report on the progress
teachers the heart and details of differential pay *To the extent funded, teachers are making with
soul of our education sys- would still be collectively requiring the Department all students. Additional'
tem. Building on a solid bargained, of Education (DOE) to funding will be increased
foundation, these reforms Principal Leadership make scored FCAT items to support these additional
will benefit teachers in a High performing prin- available to parents and reporting functions.
variety of ways and ulti- cipals attract, retain and teachers. "Responding to the need
mately enhance student support high performing *To the extent funded and of Florida's educators, thi
performance." teachers. The Department to the extent technology is bill will ensure they ar
In 1999; the governor's of Education must establish available, requiring DOE equipped to provide Flor
A+- Plan for Education fo- a competency-based, state- to begin moving the FCAT da's students with the bes
caused on setting high stan- wide professional develop- administration later in the education possible while
dard for student achieve- ment program to provide school year. The Commis- enhancing their profe
ment and strengthened training and support for the sioner of Education will be sional development," said
accountability. Since then, state's principals and as- required to report annually Education Commissione
the percent of schools sistant principals. DELTA to the Legislature on the John Winn.
earning an "A" or "B" has Developing Educational progress and obstacles of The governor's reform
increased from 21% .to Leaders for Tomorrow's this provision. At the re- are based upon the-basi
64% and more students Achievers will provide quest of science teachers, principle that teacher ex
than ever arere:eading on a forum fbr principals to moving the tenth grade cellence is vital to achie'
grade level By focusing share best .practices and science FCAT to the 11th ing improvement in studer
on teachers, these re- will recognize and reward grade. This change will achievement. This bill wil
forms will ensure student high performing principals, provide teachers additional provide a boost to school
achievement continues to Reading Enhance- time to prepare students in their efforts to establish
rise. ments as previously an- to take the science test and support a high-qualit
"This bill is an excit- nounced and students time to finish teaching force.
ing and logical extension. An increase in reading the three science courses For more information o
to Florida's education :funding will support teach- required for high school Gov. Bush's educational
reform," said Lynn. "It ers by providing additional graduation. reform initiatives, vis:
focuses on improving reading coaches, summer -Additionally, the use of www.myflorida.com c
middle school reading and: reading camps and better the SAT or ACT in lieu of http://www.myflorida.con
high school preparation, instruction materials as the 10th-grade FCAT will
provides options for in- well as online professional be a permanent option af-
creasing teachers' salaries development on the latest forded to students. This
and improves teacher and reading research. In order will eliminate the need for
administrator training." to maintain a strong focus the annual legislative ap-
Stargel added, "I am on reading, the governor proval of this option.
committed to giving the recommends making read- Educational Choice
citizens of Florida an ing funds a permanent Offering parents the
opportunity to decide if part of the public school ability to select a school KERRH Y A
smaller class size is the funding formula. Also, the that best meets their child's
only important element in Just Read, Florida! Office needs, Bush is proposing AT]lRN
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dedication and service to Jackson County and has
the organization, been with PAEC for four
Rudd received the years.


Leah Stephens (left) and Dave Lummus(second from
left), members of the Wiregrass Buckmaster One
Shot Club, recently presented Landmark Park board
member Hamp Baxley(third from left) and Executive
Director William Holman, right, with a $2,000 check.
The funds will be placed in the park's new Wildlife
and Conservation Fund, a permanent endowment
type fund to support wildlife and conservation-related
programs and activities
at the 100-acre park. The
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Chipley's Lady Tigers
got one step closer in
there bid to become the
Class AA state cham-
pions on Saturday night
with a 68-50 win over
North Florida Christian
to win the Region 1
Championship.
Chipley coach Rickey
McCullough had re-
marked after his team's
57-46 loss to Ponce
de Leon in the district
championship, that it was
disappointing to come
in second after such a
successful regular season,
but they still had a chance
to redeem themselves.
And redeem them-
selves they did, defeating
North Florida Christian
to advance. (NFC had
defeated Ponce de Leon
in the regional quarterfi-
nals on February 22 by
51-48.)
McCullough and his:
Lady Tigers have enjoyed
a great year and hope to
make it a historic as the


WashigtonountNewsHolms CountyT es-Adver rW ns


Tigers head to state


first girls team from Chi-
pley to compete in the
state finals.
The Lady Tigers had a
great following of fans,
parents, friends, teachers
and coaches when they
traveled to Tallahassee.
The CHS JV cheer-
leaders have been great
support all year, and last
night was no exception.
The score went back
and forth the first half,
with NFC playing box
and one defense and
locking down most of the
Tigers' outside shooting.
At the half, the score
was Chipley 22, NFC
26.
The Tigers adjusted
their offense and came
back out after the half
playing tight defense.
The offense was click-
ing and the Tigers out-
scored NFC, 20-10 in
the third quarter.
The score at the end
of the third period was
Chipley 42, NFC 36.


Chipley took control
of the game in the fourth
quarter with the Lady
Tigers hitting their shots,
rebounding, boxing out,
and playing awesome
defense.
Scoring for Chipley
were: Nikki Jackson with
24 points, 10 assists, and
four rebounds, Emi Mc-
Cullough with 19 points,
10 rebounds, one assist,
wnd one steal, Whitney
Thomas with eight points,
11 rebounds and two
steals; Rachel McIntyre
with seven points, nine
rebounds; Erica Sewell
with four points and eight
rebounds, Jatara Hogans
with three points and four
rebounds; and Tiffany
Owens with three points
and six rebounds.
Score by quarters
team 1 23 total
Chipley 12 10 20 26 68
NFC 9 17 10 14 50
The Lady Tigers (24-
6) will take on Miami
Dade Christian (19-8)


Chipley's Lady Tigers we able to advance to the final four in the Class AA state
tournament after defeating North Florida Christian 68-50 on Saturday night, The
Lady Tigers will face Miami Dade Christian on Thursday, March 3 at 11:30 a.m.


at The Lakeland Cen-
ter on March 3 at ap-
proximately 11:30 a.m.
EST, with the winner
advancing to the State
Championship on Sat-


Chipley tops Jay in


opening round, 63-46


urday, March 5, at noon
EST.
Coach McCullough
and the girls would
like to thank everyone
for their support and
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interest in the program
this year, and invite ev-
eryone to go to Lake-
land and support them
in their quest for the
state championship.


Chipley High School
Tigers hosted Jay High
School in a boys basketball
quarter finals game Thurs-
day night and advanced
to the regional semifinals
with a 63-46 victory.
The atmosphere was set
for some highly anticipated
basketball.
The Tiger fans came out
to support their Tigers in
their attempt to reach their
goal of going to the state
championship.
Once the Tigers entered
the gym the anticipation
and nervousness about the
game increased.
The first period pre-
sented an intense Tiger
basketball team, they were
trapping and stealing the
ball on all cylinders.
The defense was at-
tacking their opponent from
every area on the court an
forcing turnovers.
The Tigers jumped to
an early first period lead
of 16-9.
The second period didn't
present any relief for Jay,


the Tigers defensive ball
pressure continued, caus-
ing Jay to take bad shots
and causing them to throw
the ball off the wall. and
into the bleachers on sev-
eral occasions.
The Tigers went into
halftime with a 33-19
lead.
The Tigers exited the
locker room after the half
with the same chip on their
shoulders as they began the
game with, they pressured
Jay into several bad shots
and never let up.
The Tigers began to
claw at Jay even harder,
out scoring them, 20-12,
to take a 53-31 third pe-
riod lead.
This lead allowed the Ti-
gers to give their other role
players quality minutes in
the fourth period.
Many junior varsity
players that moved up were
able to get in and contribute
to the Tiger victory.
Coach Davis said, "To-
night we looked fast, we
were able to work on some


of our different defensive
tactics and really focus on
getting better and staying
healthy for our next round
of play."
Leading the way in scor-
ing for the Tigers were,
Iatrick 'Spencer with 15
points, James Staten with
10 points, Decoy White
with 10 points, Jabari Da-
vis with eight points, and
Torrey Simmons with five
points.
Other playing well were
Zach Schaubhat with three
points.
Deon Kennedy, Jontae
Harmon, Danzell Everett,
Josh Potter, and Thomas
Brown all finished with
two points. Mike Smith
and John Brundage added
one point each.
The Tigers play Tal-
lahassee Maclay in Tal-
lahasse Tuesday at 6:00
CST.
"Everyone is invited to
attend the game and sup-
port the Tigers in their
bid for a state title," said
Davis.
At left, Torrey Sim-
mons takes a hard
foul and is sent flying
through the air. Far
right, Michael Smith
lays in a basket for the
Tigers. Right, Decoya
White leaps high to
score another basket
for the Tigers following
a steal.


James Staten drives to the basket for two points during the Tigers opening round
game against Jay.


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Wednesday, March 2, 2005, Washington County News/Homles County Times-Advertiser, 9B


Chipola to host state


basketball Juco


More than 2,000 visitors
are expected to converge
on Marianna March 9-12,
when Chipola College hosts
the Florida Junior College
Men's and Women's State
Basketball Tournament.
Chipola Appreciation
Club President Sonny
Wise said, "We're proud
to host this event for all
the basketball fans in the
community. We hope that
everyone will come out and
support the college and the
tournament."
Tournament officials
estimate that more than
$250,000 will flow into
the area during the tourna-
ment from food, lodging,
recreation and incidental
expenses. Chipola Human
Resources Director Karan
Davis, who coordinates
motel rooms for the tour-
nament, reports that more
than 175 rooms will be re-
served for teams and game
officials.
Waste Management,
Inc., is corporate sponsor


of the event. The company
recently donated $10,000
to sponsor the tournament.
The Jackson County Tour-
ist Development Council
also awarded a grant in the
amount of $10,000 to help
promote the tournament.
Tournament administrator
Ronnie Myers, a former
Chipola player, said, "We
are excited about hosting
the tournament again this
year. And we are very grate-
ful to Waste Management
and the Jackson County
TDC for their support."
Robert Trammell, also
a former Chipola player,
is this year's ticket sales
chairman. "Chipola has
one of the best junior col-
lege athletic programs in the
country and our people put
on one of the finest tourna-
ments anywhere. The great
traditions established here
by coaching legend Milton
Johnson are evident today
in the quality of this tour-
nament." Trammell also
said the tournament passes


tourney
are a great bargain. "The
tournament passes are a real
deal and they guarantee you
a seat for the championship
game," said Trammell.
Tournament passes $25
for adults and $15 for stu-
dents-will get fans into
all 14 exciting tournament
games. Single session tick-
ets are $10 each.
Dozens of key supporters
are working with the Appre-
ciation Club to sell advance
tickets.
The Chipola Indians will
represent the Panhandle
Conference in the opening
round of the men's evening
session on Thursday, March
10.
The Lady Indians also are
strong contenders to make
the tourney as they are cur-
rently tied for second place
in the league. Women's first
round games begin Wednes-
day, March 9.
For ticket information,
call 718-2370, or visit the
official tourney web site at:
www.chipola.edu


I Local sports announcements I


Teen Challenge
tournament set
West Florida Teen
Challenge boys ranch is
hosting a charity golf tour-
nament on Friday, March
4 at Highland Oaks Golf
Course in Dothan, Ala.
All proceeds will be
used to repair damage
from hurricane Ivan and
construction of a new
family center.
West Florida Teen Chal-
lenge is a military-style
program for boys ages 11-
17 with life-controlling
problems.
The tournament will
be a four person best-ball
.scramble.
Entry fee for the event


is $150 per person or four
person teams are $450 for
the team.
Prizes will be awarded
for first through third place
and longest drive and
closest to pin and longest
drive.
All participants will be
given a polo shirt, towel,
golf balls and lunch.
Anyone interested
in participating should
contact Ben Hughes at
770-388-0561 or email
ben@danina.net.
Sponsorship oppor-
tunities are also available
to anyone interested.
Pee Wee cheerleader
sign-ups announced
Bonifay Blue Devil


Pee-Wee Cheerleaders
registration will be held
Saturday, March 12, from
8 a.m. until noon at the Me-
morial Park in Bonifay.
For more information,
call Kim at 547-5833.

Co-ed softball league
sign-ups announced
The fourth annual
Turning Point Church
co-ed softball league will
be holding sign-ups until
April 1.
All area churches are
encouraged to participate.
For registration or any
other information please
contact Tiffany Orosco at
415-5749 or Turning Point.
office at 638-2114.


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Local baseball and softball
action is getting underway.
Look for team previews
and schedules in coming
weeks of the Washington
County News and Holmes
County Times-Adver-
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Chipley High School,
Graceville High School,
Holmes County High
School, and Vernon High
School have formed a new
athletic conference.
The Holmes Creek Ath-
letic Conference has been
formed by these charter
members based on prox-
imity of location. All four
schools are located on or
near Holmes Creek, thus
the name that was sug-
gested by Chipley High
Principal Pat Williams.
The object of the con-
ference is devoted to the


interests of high school boys
and girls and shall seek to
promote such interests
through the united efforts of
principals, athletic directors,
coaches, and officials.
It shall also be the purpose
of this conference to foster
cordial relations between
student bodies, faculty
members, and supporters
of the various schools.
Plans are being made to
sponsor conference cham-
pionships in Football, Boys
Basketball, Girls Basket-
ball, Volleyball, Baseball,
Softball, Boys Track, Girls


Track, and golf.
Other sports may be
added in the future. Plans
include spring football
jamborees, tournaments,
Meets, and regular season
competition.
An important aspect
of the conference will be
the honoring of All-Con-
ference teams in all the
sports. The conference
will also award an All-
Sports trophy each year to
the school with the most
outstanding athletic pro-
gram for both boys and
girls.


WC Longspurs annual


banquet set for March 3


The Washington County
Longspurs Chapter of the
National Wild Turkey Fed-
eration (NWTF) will host
the Wild Turkey Super
Fund Auction and Dinner
Thursday, March 3 at the
Washington County Agri-
culture Center.
The doors will open at 5
p.m. for social hour before
the meal.
All ticket holders will be
eligible to receive prizes
exclusive to National Wild
Turkey Federation events.
Participants who place the
highest bid could go home
with sporting art, hunting


guns, knives, calls, outdoor
equipment and more.
Those who become
members will help the
NWTF support wildlife
management on public,
private, and corporate lands
and preserve hunting as a
traditional North American
sport.
Since the NWTF was
founded 31 years ago, more
than $186 million NWTF
and cooperator dollars have
been spent on more than
27,000 projects benefiting
wild turkeys throughout
the United States, Canada
and Mexico.


AWF action returns


Backdraft was scheduled
to meet Wahoo McDaniel Jr.,
but "Team Elite" (Aeon Flexx,
Jon Byson and Jester McKain)
ran out for a beatdown. Team
Elite tlidf cdild-butteaniniat
Mr. Fantasy and sent him into
action versus Ronnie Fargo,
who was apparently still
seething over the kidnapping
of his manager, Valerie Velvet,
by Jon Byson. It was a hoax!
Fargo and Velvet joined Team
Elite in pounding Fantasy into
a pulp Fantasy and throwing
him off the team!
Scott Armstrong was
forced to battle both Dal-
tons and their squirrel of a
manager, Dandy Jack, when
his partner failed to show.
Armstrong more than held
his own, but was disqualified
when the referee was tricked
into finding Armstrong using
a tag belt as a weapon.
Jester McKain defeated
Stash for the TV title, with
McKain using his usual slimy
tricks to capture the crown.
Dan Delicious returned
from several months off from
an ankle for an interview and
was challenged to a match by
Mike Metal.
Jon Byson beat David
Mercury. Backdraft used his
stunner to beat Miracle Mikey
Webb.
Mr. Hardcore and Mike
Metal reluctantly teamed,
and lost to Mr. Irresistible
and Confederate Kid.
Irresistible and the Kid


qualified to face the Daltons
for the tag-team title. Wahoo
McDaniel Jr. used a flying
tomahawk chop to beat Mir-
acle Mikey Webb. Dan' Dli-
bitiUs beat Mike lelt.i"
Stash and T-Bolt beat Aeon
Flexx and Jester McKain.
Mr. Hardcore beat Chris
Impakt and Joseph Godwin
in a three-way elimination
match.
Confederate Kid and Mr.
Irresistible defeated the Dal-
tons for the tag-team title
after Dandy Jack clobbered
one of his own wrestlersby
accident.
Aeon Flexx retained
his AWF heavyweight title
when T-Bolt was counted
out, namely because Jesteri
McKain slid under the ring
and grabbed T-Bolt?s ankles,
keeping him from getting
back into the ring.
AWF returns to Chipley on
March 12
The American Wrestling
Federation will return to Chi-
pley, FL on Saturday, March
12 with none other than the
Exotic Adrian Street and Miss
Linda! The Exotic One will be
on hand to meet Aeon Flexx
fcor the AWF title, along
with all the stars of the AWF,
including Jester McKain, Mr.
Irresistible, Confederate Kid,
T-Bolt, Stash, Jon Byson,
Mr. Fantasy, Ronnie Fargo,


In 1973, there were an
estimated 1.3 million wild
turkeys and 1.5 million tur-
key hunters. Today, there
are more than 6.4 million
wild turkeys and approxi-
mately 2.6 million turkey
hunters.
Those interested in join-
ing.theorganization should
reserve their tickets by call-
ing Richard Williams at
638-0004, Jimmy Gainey
at 656-2719, or Harrell
Hammond at 547-3245.
For more information,
log on to the website at
www.nwtf.org or email at
nwtf@nwtf.net.

to Chipley
Backdraft, Dan Delicious,
Miracle Mikey Webb, and
then Daltons.
NOTE; This TV taping
match Will begin at 7 p,m.
1'tfiiT.'3 'R`dulhac Center
(down the street from Piggly
Wiggly). Proceeds benefit the
T.J. Roulhac Center.
On March 26 former NWA
Tag-Team Champions The
Rock n Roll Express will be
on hand. Ricky Morton and
Robert Gibson will join the
stars of the AWF for a mem-
orable night.
Bell time will be 8 p.m. as
the AWF returns to Roulhac
gym.
For information, call 850-
638-7183.





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for riders ages
16 end older.


"March Madness in Marianna"

FCCAA State JUCO Basketball Tournament
Milton H. Johnson Health Center

Chipola College

March 9-12, 2005
March 9, 10 and 11 at 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
Finals on March 12 Women at 5 p.m. and Men at 7:30 p.m.
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Invites you to their new
MONDAY NIGHT BARBECUE BUFFET
5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.


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CARGO TRAILER 5X10
w/motorcycle tie downs,
2001 model. Asking
$1500. 535-2585
SOD FOR SALE on the
farm, delivered or in-
stalled. Centipede and
419 Bermuda. WEST
FLORIDA TURF
(850)638-4860. 24
Years experience!
GASOLINE GOLF
CART Yamaha, 4-wheel
$950. Also we repair &
buy golf carts. Also, Elec-
tric Carts for sale. 535-
4121
LAWN TRACTOR
JACOBSEN 14hp rebuilt
engine, Hydra-Static
transmission, electric
PTO, 36" deck, well
maintained $350. Phone
263-7725
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
HAY LARGE ROLLS
Fertilized Argentine Ba-
hai, barn stored. $25.
638-8823
10X12 UTILITY BUILD-
ING wired, insulated,
needs floor $150. You
move. 535-9672
2004 ARCTIC CAT 400,
4x4, automatic, 70 miles,
$4800 Call 415-5844
GILBERT CATFISH
POND open $1.50/lb,
stainless steel fish
cooker for sale.
(850)535-4369
FOR SALE CDRW for a
PC. 48x42x48 new $18.
Phone 547-3541 eve-
nings.
TOW DOLLY FOR sale.
$350. 638-2652
SQUARE BALE HAY
Coastal Bermuda Argen-
tina Bahai. 850-547-
1204; 850-547-2900
FIVE PROM/ATTEN-
DANT DRESSES Size 3-
5, black velvet short, pink
tea, purple tea, burgundy
long, royal blue long. Ex-
cellent condition. $35
each. 547-4061
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washing-
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.
CERTIFIED TIFTON 9
Bahia grass seed, Argen-
tine or Pensacola Bahia
grass seed for sale.
Paulk Farms (850)547-
9408
BEDROOM SUIT PLUS
other furniture, antiques
and misc. 415-1090 or
(850)508-0669
FISH FOR STOCKING
ponds and lakes. Chan-
nel Catfish, Coppernose
Bluegill, Shellcracker and
Largemouth Bass. LAKE
GENEVA FISHERIES
334-684-6473
(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.
Phone 638-4360; cell
326-6616
FOR SALE CEDAR lum-
ber. 1x8's, 1x1O's,
1x12's, all 8ft long.
(850)638-4860; cell 415-
0385
HAY FOR SALE Bahia
hay rolls $20. You load
for only $18 a roll.
(850)258-7191; 638-
0165; 638-1003
C-BAND 10FT SATEL-
LITE dish & receiver, ex-
tra new motorized arm.
Hooked up now, -you
take down. $200. 535-
4171




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




PUPPIES REGIS-
TERED CHOCOLATE
Labs. Will be 8 weeks old
March Ith. Call 1-850-
547-4080


HORSE BOARDING
Good pastures, reason-
able rates. 638-2446
HORSES 1 APP Blan-
keted Filly, 1 App Spotted
Colt, 1 App Sorrel Colt, 2
yrs old, $450 each. Also,
Young Black Jack $500.
(850)527-9582




AZALEAS ONLY $1.50!
Other shrubs $1.75.
Fruit, flowering & shade
trees. All Ways Growin'
Nursery, 1658 Hwy 177-
A, 11 miles NW Bonifay.
850-547-2938. Open
Tuesday thru Saturday.
Lic#47222563
AZALEAS $1.50,
TREES $2, CRAPE
MYRTLES $2. Many
acres of high quality land-
scape trees & shrubs to
choose from. Arbor Lane
Nursery 2636 Bruner
Dairy Rd., Vernon.
(850)535-9886



NEW LIVING ROOM set,
suggested list $1400, sell
sofa $275, loveseat
$225, chair $175, set
$625. Hardwood frames
with lifetime warranty.
850-222-9879
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
NEW QUEEN
PILLOWTOP mattress
set. In factory plastic with
warranty. Can deliver.
Must sell $175. 850-545-
7112
MATTRESS SET NEW
king pillow-top mattress
and base. In original
plastic, factory warranty,
$295. (850)222-2113
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
CHERRY SLEIGH BED
still in box, never used.
Sacrifice $295. (850)222-
7783



1999 MERCURY SABLE
35,000 miles, like new,
must sell, excellent con-
dition. Pay off only. 415-
6683; 638-0083
98 HONDA PRELUDE
green, automatic, A/C,
sunroof, Kenwood disc
player, 72,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition, asking
$11,000. OBO. 548-
5084
84 T-BIRD lots of new
parts. $500. 638-0924
2001 MUSTANG
BLACK V6, leather, au-
tomatic, 46k, like new,
$9800. Call 547-5181
2002 CHEVY MALIBU
23K miles, fully loaded,
leather interior, sun-roof,
gold package, automatic,
tinted windows. Great
Condition. $13,000. OBO
850-209-8771
FOR SALE 04 Red Pon-
tiac Grand Am, AM/FM
Radio, CD Player, Tint
Windows, Visors, Key-
less, Warranty. Cash.
28,000 Miles. $ 13,500
638-7845
1998 ASTRO MARKIII
loaded, leather seats,
rear air, much more.
45,500 miles, clean, must
see. $14,000. Chipley.
415-5736 or 849-1222
92 CHEVY CAPRI Clas-
sic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
for Karl. 547-4465


1994 FORD MUSTANG
5.0, 5-speed, AC, low
miles. $7200 OBO. Call
638-1531
FOR SALE 1993 Gold
Cadillac Fleetwood, very
good condition. $6000.
638-5551
2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Malibu. 55,000 miles,
AC; CD player, tinted
power windows, new
stock speakers. Like
new! $10,000. Call 849-
1143
99 MERCURY COUGAR
V6, auto, CD, black. 638-
9140; 596-0386
1979 CORVETTE "EV-
FER/iN7Di brand
new! Must see to appre-
ciate. 415-6820 $8000 or
trade for pick-up of equal
value.
1988 SEDAN DEVILLE
high mileage, but good
service, asking $900.
547-3359
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-3545
FOR SALE 1999 Cadil-
lac Deville Elegance,
24,400 low mileage,
Pearl White, loaded. Ask-
ing $18,000. One owner.
(850)258-5890;
(850)258-5824
1999 CADILLAC SE-
DAN Deville, pewter/bur-
gundy leather. Fully load-
ed. Lifetime tire balanc-
ing. Trailer hitch. 41,000
miles. Luxurious
$20,999. (850)547-3342
or 763-6872
81 CORVETTE NEW en-
gine, mechanically great,
garage kept for 13 yrs.
$8900. 535-1778
ONE OWNER 98 Chevy
Cavalier, 2 door, new
shocks, new starter, new
fuel pump & filter, good
tires, $3500. 956-4672
87 CHRYSLER New
Yorker, white, cruise, tilt
steering, AC, power
locks, windows, automat-
ic. AM/FM radio. 624-
9773
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
2003 FORD ESCAPE 4
door, V6, AT, loaded, very
low miles. Blue book
$18,150. 548-9091 af-
ter 5:30pm weekdays.
1967 FORD MUSTANG
Pony. 390 Big Block, 3
speed, 4BBL carb, com-
pletely restored. New
tires. Must see! $5995.
263-7892
87 MERCEDES 420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
sage.




FOR SALE 1987 Chev-
rolet Walk-in, Step Van.
350 V-8, auto-trans., al-
umn. body, heavy duty,
duel wheels. Good con-
dition. (formerly Lance
Truck) 547-1688.
$2500. OBO
1999 DODGE DURA-
NGO loaded, also 3rd
seat, low mileage.
$9450. 258-6822
SUV 98 MITSUBISHI
Montero, full size, 7 pas-
senger, V6, gas saver,
103K, sunroof, luggage
rack. $10,500. (850)263-
7664
2002 FORD F-250 Cargo
Van with shelving. 33,000
miles, still under war-
ranty. $13,000. Excellent
condition. Call 638-2524
97 FORD F-150, 4 wheel
drive, 8 cyl, quad cab, 3rd
door, brand new tires.
Excellent condition.
$8800 Call 535-2276


1966 FORD F-150 runs
great $2,000. 258-4428
1993 GMC SUBURBAN
w/350 motor, color red,
dual air, loaded. New
transmission. Good con-
dition. $5500. Call Dan
638-7683
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
1998 OLDSMOBILE
SILHOUETTE Van dual
air, CD player, leather,
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles.
Must see and drive to ap-
preciate. 638-1138
87CHEVY SUBURBAN
3/4 ton, Heavy Duty 4x4,
new A/C, tow package.
350 motor, AT; PS, PB,
new paint, parts & bat-
tery, 850-547-0448
1997 CHEVY 1500 4X4,
5 Speed, Red, CD ad AC,
New Motor, $4500 OBO.
Call 415-1129 leave mes-
sage.
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
1994 F-350 XLT Dually,
5-speed, power stroke
diesel 7.3 c turbo direct
injection, fold down
goose neck ball $8500.
547-4354
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
TAKE UP PAYMENTS
White 2002 S-10 V6
Chevrolet Pickup truck.
Call after 6pm. 638-7189
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
2001 MAZDA DUAL
sport truck V6, 38K, ex-
tras, excellent condition
$9800. 415-6207
89 FORD RANGER
truck. 5-speed, $2000
cash OBO. 548-5924
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
2001 MITSUBISHI
MONTERO Limited. Ful-
ly loaded, excellent con-
dition, V-6, Black/tan
leather, under 30,000
miles $14,900. 638-6233
ext. 249.
1997 S-10 automatic,
77,000 miles. Garnet &
Gold. New hard top &
tires. Runs good, looks
good. $4200 OBO. CD
Player. 547-5086
2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
89,000 miles, good con-
dition, gray cloth interior,
white exterior, $14,500
OBO. 547-0899
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, fac-
tory warranty. $28,890.
638-2478
1999 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, hunter green exte-
rior, tan interior, approx
82,000 miles. $7200.
638-7166
FORD WINDSTAR 1998
very clean, good condi-
tion. $3800. 638-4581
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
1961 CHEVY APACHE
Stepside, primed, ready
for restoration. $1000
OBO. 638-9188
1988 S10 W/1996 3.1
motor w/5 speed au-
tomatic. Custom paint
and interior, with topper.
$2000 cash. Call Dan
638-7683


FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
1988 FORD F350 cus-
tom dually, AC, AT, excel-
lent condition $2900.
(850)415-5831
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-door.
$9500. 263-3105 eve-
nings.
1987 CHEVY ..0 Van
fully customized with
front & rear air. $3500
OBO. 548-4798; 548-
5763
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
1996 GRAND CARA-
VAN
loaded with leather seats.
Must see! 75,000 miles.
$10,000. 638-8917
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. $12,000.
(850)579-2977
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
2002 MERCURY
MOUNTAINEER SUV,
V8, 2 wheel drive, 42,000
miles, Premium Pack-
age, loaded with extras,
excellent condition.
$17,000. (850)482-5507
'99 DODGE 1 ton Dual-
ly. Gas standard trans-
mission. $14,500. Firm.
547-5941 If no answer,
leave message.
1995 EXT CAB S-10, 4
cyl, 5-spd, $3000. Call
after 9pm (850)849-2528
1990 FORD RANGER 5-
speed, AC, power steer-
ing, power brakes,
$2000. 548-5332
86 GMC 4-wheel drive
short bed truck. $2500.
Call after 6pm. 535-4602
FOR SALE 1987 GMC
Van 2500 Series. 91,842
miles, $1300 or best of-
fer. 638-5519, 326-0782
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.
547-2180
FORD RANGER XLT
1999, low mileage, V-6,
automatic, power steer-
ing-drive, locks, cruise,,
keyless entry. $7500.
547-4854
1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
ing $6500. 773-5720,
leave message
1990 DODGE TRUCK A/
C, AM/FM radio, auto,
some work needed.
$1500. Call 535-0811
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $9750. Call 850-956-
1260
1980 DODGE EX-
TENDED work van
$1500. 773-3892




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




LARGE 3 BR 2 BA Ex-
ecutive home $950/mo.
plus consider lease to
own. No Pets 850-579-
4317
IN BONIFAY 1.5 miles
from the Piggly Wiggly on
177, 4th house on left,
city water. (904)403-
6873 or (850)265-3150


HOUSE FOR RENT 3
miles South of Chipley off
HWy 77. Call for informa-
tion. 638-1858




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 very
nice w/plywood floors.
Island kitchen, pmts low
as $360/mth. Special fi-
nancing for Tyndall Credit
Union members. 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
CLEAN NICE 2002
doublewide 3+2 w/glam-
our bath. Need 1 year on
job, $1500/mth income, 3
open lines of credit & lot
to put it on. Pmts low as
$340mth for 8yrs. Call
Brad toll free in P.C. 1-
866-732-7607




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



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




EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
PROPERTY FOR SALE
$8000 OBO. Ponce De
Leon Springs Rd. Holm-
es County. 1-888-285-
0008 ext 2748. Refer-
ence #618905
TWO SIDE BY side
ready to build lots.
Northdale Subdivision,
Bonifay, FL. Call 904-
744-1417 or 904-755-
6503
TWO FIVE ACRE tracts,
wooded, houses only. 3
miles South of Chipley.
Call Milton 638-1858


ow
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
FOR RENT 1100 sq ft
office or 1 to 2 office shar-
ing arrangements. 1240
S. Blvd., Chipley. 638-
2124
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 fi-
nancing or cash. Low
down payment, low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-
tion 850-638-1858
3 LOTS FOR sale 3
miles South of Chipley off
Orange Hill Hwy. Owner
financing available.
$12,500 OBO each.
535-2001
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



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




HUGE GARAGE SALE
Saturday, March 5, cor-
ner of 111 W. Kansas and
Hamlin Street in Bonifay.
8:00 a.m. Household
items, furniture and
clothes. 547-5631


Vacant Building Lot Graceville Area Nice Trees $11,900
* 2 AC 5/4.5 Bnck Home Pool Garage $269,900 26 AC
Ranchette 2002 3/2 Custom Brick Home Barn/Workshop/3
Horse Stalls Pond $275,000 12 AC Home, Pasture, Store/
Beauty Shop Hwy. 177 $109,900 45 AC Rolling Land 2
Ponds 2005 DW $179,900 Attractive DWL Lot Fronting Golf
Course Well & Power Pole $31,900 Free Catalog Need
to sell? We have buyers! We market your property in MLS!
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MULTI FAMILY YARD
sale, Sat. 7a-4p, Hwy 79
South, Hightower Auto
Parts. Furniture, ladies
clothes, dishes, etc.
2 FAMILY YARD sale,
Sat, March 5. 8-12 at
1562 S. Blvd., Chipley,
across from Trawick
Construction. Medium &
large size clothing, some
children, misc.
3 FAMILY YARD sale.
March 5, 7am-12pm,
1007 S. Waukesha, Boni-
fay, First Assembly
Church parking lot. Rain
date March 12th.
YARD SALE MARCH 4
& 5, 8am-2pm. 2485
Beall Packing House
Rd., Bonifay, off Hwy
177A
3 FAMILY YARD sale.
Sat. March 5,
8am-until, small furniture
items, baby items,
clothes, misc. Dogwood
Lakes Rd., 1.5 miles
North of Hwy 79 Bonifay.
YARD SALE MARCH 4
& 5 on Sandpath Road.
Some brand new mens
Wrangler jeans, mens
Western shirts, baby
clothes, etc.
YARD SALE RAIN or
shine. Sat., March 5. 744
Third Street. Great
prices, lots of stuff. 7:30-
11:30
YARD SALE
SATURDAY beside
Chavers-Brock Furniture.
Sofas, chairs, dining
table and six chairs, elec-
tric ranges, beds, bed-
ding and more.
YARD SALE SAT March
5, 8:30-until at Jamie
Conner Well Drilling, Hwy
2, New Hope Commu-
nity, rain or shine.
HUGE YARD SALE Sat.,
March 5. 2737 Jackson
St., Wausau. A little bit of
everything!
YARD SALE 3-5-05
Bam-until. Lots of toddler
stuff, boys clothes. Tool
bench w/tools, too much
to mention. 592 Carr
Rd., off Old Bonifay Rd.,
take left on Carr Rd.
INSIDE SALE SAT 7am,
2503 3rd, Alford. Claw-
foot table/6 chairs, an-
tique bedroom set, Cy-
press Slab tables, out-
door furniture, antiques,
glassware, household,
nail gun, saws, drill press,
much more, furniture,
etc.. All goes!

GARAGE SALE FRI/
SAT 8am-4pm March 4 &
5. Turn at dentist office on
Hwy 77 at Pine Lake Es-
tates, look for signs. 773-
8070


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 sat-
ellite system. Clothes
and more. Hot dogs for
sale and free coffee. Join
us for lunch.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
sale. 4584 Hwy 79,
Vernon. South of Waco.
March 4th & 5th
BIG YARD SALE at 906
W. Taylor Street behind
Armory (Bonifay) on Fri.
& Sat.March 4th & 5th.
Something for everyone!
Too much to list. Come
check it out!
YARD SALE every Sat-
urday! Numerous units!
Storage Building 1 mile
East of Tom Thumb on
South Blvd, 8am-until.
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



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
TRI-COUNTY AUCTION
Sat., March 5, 2005 at
Chipley Agriculture Cen-
ter Hwy 90 West in Chi-
pley, FL. Misc. auction
at 2:30pm, chickens
6:00pm followed by
goats @ 7:30pm. NOW
SELLING HOGS! Goats,
Pigeons, Guineas, Qual,
Muscovy Ducks needed.
Check in 7am. Consign-
ments welcome. Cash
only NO EXCEPTIONS.
Jamie Chesnut
FLAU2837; FLAB2187,
ALAU1722. More info.
(850)638-1782

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CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jhn Bush Rd., Bonifay, R
(850) 547-4784 Cell (850) 951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
1 3/4 ACS +- Wooded, City Water Available, Great
Homesite $12,500.
28 AC. Off Hwy. 171, Surveyed, Wooded, Several
Springs, Pond Site, $63,000.
200 AC. Planted Pines, Hardwoods, Old Farm Fields,
Road Frontage, Private, Old Home & Barn (NV)
$400,000.
LOT .63 ACS Cleared, City Water $6,000
16 AC, With 300 Ft. Frontage on Wrights Creek, large
Oaks, Woods, Great Get Away Property, $65,000.
6.2 AC. Country Setting, Nice Trees, Pond Area, Lots
Of Road Frontage, $19,900.
15 AC Wooded, Road Frontage, near Boat Ramp
$29,900
www.carolecannonrealty.com









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98 Redmo 14x60, 2BRBA ........ $14,900

99Fleetwood28x56, 3 BR2BA.,,....... 3,900

99 Redmon 24x56,3 BR2 BA .,......... $31,900

99 Cavalier 28x23 BR,2BA ,,...... $35,900

99 28x56 Redmon 3 BR,2 BA.......... $33,900

28x52 Redmon 3 BR,2 BA.......,...., $32,900

00 28x56 Homestead 4 BR,2BA..... $37,900
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BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 547-3510
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10 AC. 3 BR 2 BATH HOME BARN HORSE STALL
FENCED PASTURE -$69,000 --- COMPLETELY
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM HOME ROOM FOR
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LAKE-$27,000 each---22+ ACRES LAND HWY.
FRONTAGE N OF BONIFAY OWNER FINANC-
ING AVAILABLE $58,000---40 AC. 3 BR 2.5 BA
NEWER HOME BARN-$330,000,
WE HAVE BUYERS-WE NEED SELLERS
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^ed Tri-County Realty vs/

DAVID LANCE
Sales Associate
"Multi-Million Dollar Producer"


1103 S. Waukesha Street, Bonifay, FL
Cell: (850) 326-1999 Home (850) 638-2856
e-mail: davidlance32428@peoplepc.com


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<,E Baldwin Road, Pana- CNAsNEEDED3-11,
:ma City, Florida. Satur- 7 and Baylor. Apply
:,day, March 5 & 6, 2005. person Bonifay Nurs
'Due to the death of Her- and Rehab Center
:bert Larrimore, items W.BrockAve.Bonifay
:'from his Estate will be up 32425
'for Auction. 8am-10am NOW TAKING APF
'.viewing. Sale starts at CATIONS for presch
' 10am. This is only a par- teacher, must have C
tial list of merchandise. or working towards c
:There was no way to list' salary depends on ex
aall of the items to be auc- rience, full or part-ti)
tionedoff. 1967 Ford 2D, 547-1444, speak v
1973 Dats 2D, 1974 Cindi.
tChry. Stw., 1977 IHC EXPERIENCE
ABus, 1970 Intl. Bus, 1974 E ERIE
,.MG, 1986 ISU 2 dr., 1967 PLUMBER new c
struction, remode/rel
' 3ag. 4 dr., 1966 Intl. Pk.,
Offshore Living Quarters, service. Will pay their
' 1979 Datsun 280Z, 1989 person the ght mDa
'Toyota 4 dr., 8 fireproof (850)956-4329
i safes, 1952 Willis Jeep, 50)956-4329
,-1937 Ford Boom Truck, I N T E. R I
- 1986 Intl. Box Van, fiat, 2 HEALTHCARE HAS
,mobile homes, cutting immediate opening f
Storch, antique school CNAorHHAfornights
,desk, verticle band saw, in the Chipley area, 1
Baud Saw Blade Welder, position is every we
,Metal Cutting bench saw, end 2 five hour shifts
2 Military Vehicles, 1-600 2 ten hour shifts, for a
:Allis Chambers Forklift, tal of 20 hours e
1986 Isuzu Impulse 2dr, week. Please call 4
Case Front end loader' 2770 between the ho
1966 Mustang 6 cyl., 48 of 8am-5pm or stop
Box trailer, 750cc. Yama- 4306 Fifth Avon
'ha Motor Cycle, Suzuki Maranna to apply.
-500 Motorcycle, 16" Le- FOOD SERVICE PI
'land Lathe, air compres- SONNEL for Correcti
.sor, pipe treading ma- al Feeding Prograrr
*chine, 10" branch saw, months Food Produc
.20" do-all band saw, experience, clean b
Brake drum lathe, lum- ground & be able to p
ber, lots oftools, 2 Crafts- drug screening for set
man Welders, lots more ity clearance. Bene
'misc. items. Any an- with advancement opl
nouncement day of auc- tunity. (850)415-5043
tion supersedes any and METAL ROOFING C
'all advertising. Terms and PANY in need of Sul
'condition: All purchases visors, Journeym
are to be paid in Ameri- Foremen. Top pay
-can funds on the day of pending oh experier
the auction, by cash or Call 548-9137
'cashiers check. A bank REHAB PROGR
letter must accompany MANAGER needed z
,all company or personal dynamic 180 bed Ski
.checks. No exemptions. Nursing Facility. M
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made on day of sale. We be a team builder, anc
take Visa or Mastercard. motivated to grow.
-Sales tax: all sales are offer both inpatientE
subject to Florida Sales outpatient services. (
Tax unless you have the rent Manager is retil
proper resale exemption. but a team of great thi
Purchases by dealer for pists remain. If you w
resale. ft will be neces- like to be part of ourte
'sary on the day of the please send resume
sale, to execute a Certifi- Bonifay Nursing & Rel
cate of Resale for all pur- Center, 306 West Br
chases including your Ave., Bonifay, FL 32,
.ales tax permit number. or call 850-547-92
failure to fumish this in- Brenda Lacy, Adminis
formation will require tor or en
payment of Sales Tax on BKLacy@sovereignhc.
all purchases. Jerry RN SUPERVIS
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tion Company. FL urday and Sunday. A[
Lic#362-Bus.#205. AL. in person Bonifay Ni
Lic#1120. Marty Caudell ing and. Rehab Cei
AU3175. Home 850-535- 306 W. Brock Ave. B!
-4006. Cedrl'850-258- fay, FL 32425
6209. Fax 850-535-
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SEEKING applicants
PARTIAL ESTATE AUC- learn the truss build
TION Sat. Mar. 5th. trade. Paid on-the-
6:30pm, preview training, bi-weekly bor
5:30pm. Caryville Com- es. For appointm
inunity Ctr. Caryville, FL. please call Arban & A
Appr. 500' S. of Hwy 90 ciates from 7am-3pn
bn Hwy 279. Partial es- 850-836-4362
tate from a carpenter's LAND SURVEYING
workshop. Partial list in- WilsonMiller, Inc. has
eludes: Craftsman table mediate openings f
saw, Rockwell Drill press mediate openings for
sawRockwell Drill press following positions ir
(floor type); bit sharpen- Survey/Mapping divis
er, 2 Craftsman bench *Professional Surveys
grinders, skill saws, tool Mapper (PSM) seek
boxes, 2 Bosch router, entry-level PSM with
'Milwaukee 3/8 drill, cellent conimunical
Craftsman reciprocating handwritten skills for C
Saw,-Makita 1/2 drill, Supervision, coordi
Makita 3/8 drill, 1/2 Skill tion, scheduling
drill, hinges, cabinet han- Boundary, Topos and
dies, slides, and other er types of survey
cabinet hardware, levels, *Cadd Technician:
iolly, 3 electric chain- perience in LDD., m
saws, bolt cutter, ham- years exp. in civil e
mer drill, electric staple neering and survey
gun, cordless multi-pur- *Party Chief: experie
pose saw, wood & metal in boundary, construct
bits, cordless drills, Roto- topographic %
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grinderr, air-dye grinder tion. GPS and FDOT
kit, 3/8 Dewalt HD right perience a plus, mil
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available. Rain or shine, fits package. Reply
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I AUCTIONS


RN/HHA NHC
HOMECARE Does inde-
pendence, flexibility, a
great working environ-
ment, and appreciation on
a daily basis sound invit-
ing? Our Marianna and
Chipley homecare pro-
grams are seeking RN's
and HHA's to provide
skilled care to our
homebound patients.
Mileage reimbursed; ben-
efits. Interested parties
may contact Sandy
Streetman in Marianna at
850-526-5195 or Melissa
Finch in Chipley at 850-
638-8118. EOE/DFWP
TRACTOR DRIVER TO
clean out chicken houses
and spread fertilizer. Call
(850)956-2215
SALES REPRESENTA-
TIVE NEEDED full-time,
40hrs/wk. Hourly pay plus
commission. In Chipley.
(850)557-0231 or 557-
0219
PT ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT needed. Po-
sition will progress to FT.
Salary based on experi-
ence. DRMP, Inc. 1096
Hwy 90, Chipley or fax
resumes to 850-638-1086
BUSINESS ASSISTANT
AVAILABLE Immediate-
ly. A full-tme, wide range
position with duties that
include shopping for sup-
plies for youth, organizing
and operating on site
store, issuing clothing to
youth, assisting in kitchen
and filing. Must be out-go-
ing, organized and effi-
cient. Eckerd Youth Alter-
natives offers great ben-
efits, good pay, vacation
and retirement. Please
call 850-535-6513 or pick
up an application.
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, Chipley,
FL 32428. Applications
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.
I NEED SOMEONE to
help build pole barns. If
you want to work call 547-
9585
LPNS NEEDED FULL
time 7-3 shift, part time 3-
11 shift and Baylpr 3p-7a.
Apply in person at Boni-
fay Nursing and Rehab
Center 306 W. Brock Ave.
Bonifay, FL 32425
EXPERIENCED SUR-
VEY CREW chief
needed, salary, DOE,
547-5226
FRY COOK Salad Prep,
also part-time cashier
evenings. Tues. through
Sat. 535-1555
HARDEE'S OF
COTTONDALE is looking
for several full & part-time
daytime employers to get
ready for our busy sea-
son. Personable, aggres-
sive, hard working em-
ployees should apply in
person only at Hardee's of.
Cottondale between 2-
5pm daily. No phone calls!
Pay based on experience.
Opportunities exist for ad-
vancement. Make your
move now!
WANTED R&R Construc-
tion, LLC. Needing expe-
rienced, dependable
metal roofers and carpen-
ters. If qualified please
call 850-352-2159 or 850-
258-2260, ask for Larry.
FULL-TIME
ASSISTANT to answer
phone, clean office &
home, run errands. Must
have own transportation
& insurance. Must be neat
& dependable. Referenc-
es required. Apply in per-
son 8am-10am, Monday-
Friday. See Gina @ 1284
Jackson Ave., Chipley.


Adoption
ARE YOU PREGNANT? Feeling alone? Talk with caring people who listen and can help.
LIVING EXPENSES PAID.Toll free 247 One True Gift Adoptions. (866)921-0565.
Announced nts
Is Stress Ruining Your Life? Read DIANETICS by Ron L Hubbard Call (813)872-0722 or
send $7.99 to Dianetics, 3102 N. Habana Ave, Tampa FL33607.
Auctions
17 CABINS NEAR PIGEON FORGE, TN, selling at Auction March 12,10:30 am. Guaran-
teed financing available with 25% down. Furrow Auction Co. (800)4FURROW;
www.fumow.com. TN Lie #62.
Auction: 855+/- Acres-Divided Beautiful homesites, excellent development potential. Mar.
12, IOAM, Romeo, (Ocala), FL 10% BP (800)323-8388 wwwjowellauctions.com Rowell
Realty & Auctidn Co., Inc. Au479, Ab296.
GIGANTIC 3-DAYAuction. March 9,10,11,2005, Montgomery, AL. Single, Tandem & Tri-
Axle Dumps (49 of which are 2004-2005 year),TruckTractors, Lowboys, Crawler Loaders&
Tractors, Excavators, Motor Graders & Scrapers, Backhoes, Rubber Tired Loaders, Forklifts,
Paving, Skidders, Feller Bunchers, Log Loaders, Farm Tractors & Cotton Pickers. J;M. Wood
Auction Co., Inc. (334)264-3265. Bryant Wood AL Lic#l 137.








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opportunity to.launch your career with a
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to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
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1555 South Boulevard/ Chipley, FL 1
850.638.0429


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ASHEVILLE. NC AREA. Spectacular Mountain view & River homesites. Paved roads, club-
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(800)814-6323 B02000033. CALL US: We will not be undersold!
INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY!!! Looking lor a few exceptional people to make an above
average income. Call Lori at (800)489-8930.


FORECLOSED GOV'T HOMES SO or Low down! Tax repos and bankruptcies! No Credit
O.K. $0to low down. For listings (800)501-1777 ext. 1299.
LAKE VIEW BARGAIN $29,900. Free boat slip! High elevation beautifully wooded parcel,
Across from national forest on 35,000 acre recreational lake in TN. Paved roads, ug utils.
central water, sewer, more. Excellent financing. Call now (800)704-3154, ext. 609. Sunset Bay,
LLC.


PERSONNEL
RESOURCES now hiring
for career opportunities.
Assemblers, Generall La-
borers and Welders
(heavy lifting required).
First and Second Shift
Openings. Drug Screen
required. Call Milisa @
684-5056 or apply in per-
son at Reliable Products.
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/DN. Minorities Encour-
aged to Apply. Send re-
sume and cover letter to:
Renee Hibbler, EYA, 100
N. Starcrest Dr., Clearwa-
ter, FL 33765; FAX: 727-
442-5911; ONLINE:
www.eckerd.org.

AVON CALLING JOIN
the fun with the Avon
team. Earn spending
money. Phone Dwayne
Atkins, Appointment fee
$15. 547-1640 ISR
ECKERD YOUTH AL-
TERNATIVES Inc., Ver-
non Place has an imme-
diate opening for a full
time cook. Come be part
of a team dedicated to
helping at rsk youth. The
position offers good pay
and an excellent benefits
package including in-
surance, vacation and
401K. Please call
(850)535-6513



WANTED LAND-
SCAPER TO trim holly
shrubs at Bonifay Apt
complex. Prefer company
with Workmens Comp or
Comp. exemption. 974-
7118
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




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 ,
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free Es-
timates 956-5070 or 956-
4758
REPAIR SERVICE for
your office or home: type-
writers, calculators, cash
registers, etc. WASHING-
TON COUNTY NEWS,
1364 N. Railroad Ave.,
Chipley. 850-638-0212
ADULT GROUP HOME
has 2 vacancies. Pay one
price. Everything included.
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12B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, March 2, 2005


( calendar of EvYents IH SPECIAS!


WEDNESDAY, March 2
CLOSED: Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Chipley Garden Club luncheon/meeting, held at Washington County Council
on Aging.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, for reserva-
tions call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club meeting, held at Blitch's Restaurant in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at New Hope Volunteer Fire Station on
Hwy. 2 in Holmes County.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce de Leon Methodist Church on
Main Street in Ponce de Leon.
THURSDAY, March 3
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, fr reserva-
tions call 638-6217, donations accepted.
11:30 a.m.-Friends of the Washington County Library meeting, held at Cipley
Woman's Club building.
12 noon-Holmes County AARP meeting, held at Holmes County on Aging Buil ing
in Bonifay.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
4 p.m.-Chipley City Council workshop, held at Chipley City Hal.
5:30 p.m.-Holmes County Historical Society meeting, held at Historical Society build-
ing, located at 412 Kansas Ave. in Bonifay.
5:30 p.m.-Holmes County Chamber of Commerce meeting.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, located three miles north of
Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at First Baptist Church educa-
tional annex building in Bonifay.
7 p.m.-Ponce de Leon City Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church in
Bonifay.
FRIDAY, March 4
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-5 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, for reserva-
tions call 638-6217, donations accepted.
8-p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, March 5
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.\
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley Library open.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Bethlehem Masonic Lodge, located
on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, March 6
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board room at Graceville Hospital
in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals, held at Shiloh Baptist
Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
MONDAY, March 7
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Wausau Library, Vernon Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior lunches, for reserva-
tions call 638-6217, donations accepted.
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck Wagon Restaurant in
Chipley.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals, held at Shiloh Baptist
Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic Lodge #144, Bonifay.
7 p.m.-Holmes County Democratic Party Executive Committee Meeting, held at
Holmes County Commission meeting room.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church,located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, March 8
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
8:30 a.m.-Orange Hill Soil and Water Conservation District meeting at the Ag Center
in Chipley.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-Tourist Development Council meeting.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located inChipley) senior lunches, for reserva-
tions call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club weekly meeting.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Development Commission meeting.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Commission meeting.
6 p.m.-Chipley City Council meeting.
6 p.m.-Ebro City Council meeting.
7 p.m.-Caryville City Council meeting.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic Lodge meeting..
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Presbyterian Church in Chipley.
The Calendar of Events, printed in each edition of the Washington County News and Holmes
County Times-Advertiser, features a full week of events, beginning the Wednesday the paper
is released, and ending the following Wednesday. Meetings and other events of interest to
the community are listed in the Calendar of Events free of charge. Those wishing to have an
event listed, or to make changes to or delete a currently running event, should call 638-0212
or 547-9414, or e-mail news@chipleypaper.com or news@bonifaynow.com. Events will be
published in the Calendar the week they are'being held. Events held on a weekly or monthly
basis are also accepted.

USDA offers assistance for seniors


USDARural Devel-
opment announces loans
and grants to remove health
and safety hazards in area
homes belonging to those
62 years of age or older.
Assistance is available
through theAgency's Home
Repair and Improvement
Loan and Grant Program
for qualified local residents
in Holmes and Washington
Counties.
With this program Ru-
ral Development makes
home improvement loans
to home owners who need
some work completed on
their home and meet the


income, guidelines. Loans
and grants are also made
to remove health and
safety hazards. Grants are
made only to elderly hom-
eowners that are age 62 or
older.
These loans and grants
may be used to repair
roofs, provide sanitary
water and waste disposal
systems, windows, wiring,
plumbing, insulation, heat
and air, ramps, bath facili-
ties, along with many other
items. Loans are made at
one percent (1%) interest
rate.
Due to the recent hur-


ricanes 4he funding for
this program has been in-
creased this year.
Interested persons may
contact the local Rural
Development office at 1424
Jackson Avenue, Suite B,
Chipley, Florida 32428 or
call 850-638-1982 Ext. 4.
Committed to the future
of rural communities
Rural Development is an
Equal Opportunity Lender,
Provider and Employer.
Complaints of discrimi-
nation should be sent to:
Secretary of Agriculture,
Washington, D.C. 20250-
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