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Chipley City

Council

workshop
Chipley City Council held its
monthly workshop on Thursday,
August 7 at City Hall to prepare
for the regular Counpil meeting
that was held on Tuesday, August
9. Council conducted the follow-
ing business at the workshop:
*Heard the Planning and Zon-
ing report for July: There were
three sign permits, three land-
use compliance certificates, two
development orders, one tree-re-
moval permit, and one construc-
tion certificate. The Planning and
Zoning Committee approved
a development order for new
construction at 948 Main Street.
There were 26 calls for assis-
tance.
*Heard the Codes Enforcement
report for July: There were two
cases of junk cars, two cases of
trash, two cases to clear vacant
lots, and six cases of houses and
lots overgrown. Two citations
were issued. There were 36 calls
for assistance and three cases of
animal nuisance. There were two
court cases: Ellis Reed for junk
and Sharon Fowler for over-
grown and deserted houses.
*Heard the Police Department
report for July: There were 15
traffic accidents worked, 13
warning citations issued, TO'
parking citations issued, 61 traf-
fic citations issued, and 96 crimi-
nal cases worked.
*Heard the Water Utilities De-
partment report for July: There
were seven sewer stoppages, six
repaired or replaced laterals, one
main repaired, 32 locates, 32
hours assisting BDI, three sewer
taps, and one development work
order.
*Heard the report of the City
Clerk for July: 1,989 utility
bills were processed, with 429
customers with delinquent ac-
counts, 83 "door knockers" and
telephone calls made, 139 cus-
tomers with delinquent accounts
on morning of cutoff, and 41 dis-
connects made.
*Heard from Parks and Rec-
reation that soccer registration
is underway, and games will
begin at Pals Park on Septem-
ber 12. The tennis courts have
been removed at Shivers Park,
playground equipment has been
washed at Gilmore Park (use is
up this year) and the wooden
panels are back on the fence at
Northside Park (there is a lot of
use of the park).
*Heard the fire department re-
port for July: There was response
to three structure fires, seven
vehicle fires, two woodland
fires, one fire alarm, one busi-
ness meeting, eight.wrecks, and
three others. There were 14 calls
in the city and 13 in the county.
See CHIPLEY, page 11A


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Festival


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Sunday

.Waussau and numerous visi-
tors celebrated Possum Festi-
val and Funday at the Possum
Palace. Above, Members of the
Wausau Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment pose with their new truck,
which was dedicated Saturday.
Right: Poochie Possum and
Mullet Roe are named Queen
and king. Below: one of many --
floats the the parade Saturday
morning through downtown
Wausau. More coverage inside .:
and in Extra.


County working out 2005-06 budget


The Washington County Bud-
get process is underway with
budget workshops. The Board
of County Commissioners held
a workshop on Tuesday, August
9, and county officials discussed
a number of items and recom-
mendations:
*Legislative budget recom-
mendations: Employees will get


a three percent or 60-cent-an- increase from $146,4(
hour pay increase, depending on $171,771 to include a ne,
which one gives them a higher tion ($27,310). There is
raise. It is recommended that the tion whether to renew pictc
operational budget be increased for aerial maps or for the
by two percent. The GASB bud- to make other arrangement
get would be separated out of the Debt service for the
legislative budget into a depart- property is paid off (a $
ment budget. annual payment). The
The library transfer would
See BUDGET, page 11A


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Public Safety Director Roger
Dale Hagan presented a report
covering his first 60 days in of
fice to the Washington County
Board of County Commission
ers. The report was presented at
the recessed Board meeting on
Tuesday, August 9 at the County
Annex.
At the earlier part of the
meeting, Commissioners Don
nie Strickland, Lynn Cope and
Lenzy Corbin said they received
feedback from county employ.
ees that there were still serious
morale problems in the depart.
ment. There was also the sugges-
tion that morale was worse than
when Hagan took over.
Board Chairman Ronnie Finch
and Commissioner Jerry Sapp
said they had not received that
negative feedback on Hagan.
Hagan is also the EMA direc-
tor.
In his report, Hagan looked at
the following:
*Personnel: There are 48 public
works employees not counting
those at the sod farm or Parks
and Recreation. There are three
vacancies and, a fourth position
is temporarily vacant due to a
workman's comp claim. There
are no plans to transfer other em-
ployees to Public Works (PW).
Employees have a wide range
of experience. Just over 67 per-
cent have been with PW for 10
years or less, and 39 percent of
the workforce has been with PW
for five years or less and are not
vested in the county retirement
plan.
Hagan agreed that there is a
morale problem, which was the
main reason stated for his being
hired. He reported that there is
"pure frustration" among super
visors and staff due to "micro
management" over the years. He
said there is also frustration over
being given responsibility but
little authority.
Hagan reported that there is
also frustration over being given
more to do but less to do it with
There is reportedly also frustra.
tion over not being made "part of
the team" and not being consult.
ed regarding budgets, schedules
and other matters.
Hagan also said that there is
frustration over "perceived in-
timidation" the employees work
under. He also reported while
employees are always ready to
try new plans and policies, and
work with new commissioners.
that after a few months "things
See COUNTY, page 11A


Safety checkpoints planned by Washington County Sheriff's Department


The Washington County Sher-
iff's Department will conduct
drivers license and vehicle in-
spection checkpoints during the
week of August 18 at the follow-


ing locations: Orange Hill Road,
Clayton Road, Pate Pond Road,
Douglas Ferry Road.
Recognizing the danger pre-
sented to the public by defective


vehicle equipment, deputies will
concentrate their efforts on vehi-
cles being operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn tires,
and defective lighting equip-


ment.
In addition, attention will be
directed to drivers who are in
violation of Florida driver-li-
cense laws.


WCSD has found these check
points to be an effective means
of enforcing the laws of Florida
while ensuring the protection of
all motorists.


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Habitat for
Humanity update
Habitat for Humanity of
Washington County is plan-
ning its third Annual Ce-
lebrity Roast. This year's
roast will feature Gary
Clark, with Emory Wells
as master of ceremonies.
The event will be held on
Thursday, September 29,
at the Washington County
Agricultural Center begin-
ning at 6 p.m. Tickets are
$20.
"We expect this to be a
very entertaining and en-
joyable evening that will
include a delicious steak
dinner," said a spokes-
person. "This is a great
way you can help those in
need."
Habitat for Humanity
works in partnership with
God and people every-
where, from all walks of
life, to develop communi-
ties with God's people in
need, by building houses
so that there are decent
homes in decent communi-
ties in which every person
can experience God's love


Wednesday, August 10, 2005, Washington County News, 3A

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Workday August 13
Habitat for Humanity of Washington County plans a workday on Saturday, Au-
gust 13 beginning at 7 a.m. The home is located at 768 Iona Street (off South Blvd.)
in Chipley. Volunteers will install insulation board and vinyl siding. There will
also be some interior framing to do. Lunch will be provided. Anyone wishing to
help would be greatly appreciated. For information, call 638-4436.


and can live and grow into
all that God intends.
If you would like to
reserve tickets, please call
Debbie McCrary at 638-


9343 or 638-4436, or Zena
Corbin at 638-1503 or 638-
8987.
Tickets may also be
picked up at Ridley's


Town & -Country Build-
ers, Chipley Gun & Pawn,
ERA Chipola Realty, or
at the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.


Hardy performing in operas around the world


Jason Hardy, son of
William and Pat Hardy of
Chipley, is an actor and
opera singer in New York
City. Hardy performs in
some of the most presti-
gious opera houses in the
world.
He performed the Na-
tional Anthem for the
Atlanta Braves and per-
formed as a soloist twice at
Carnegie Hall in New York.
He has also performed in
Italy and Canada.
Hardy was born and
raised in Tallahassee, but
spent most of his sum-
mers helping his grand-
-father William -0 -Hardy
of Bojufay, op.e. farm
picking crops. "My hard
work comes from the work


Jason Hardy


instilled in me from the
farm.' Hardy said.
Hardy went to college at
-Emory where he and some
~ise friends recorded their
first CD, "No Strings At-
tached." Hardy later went


solo and majored in music
at Emory University.
Hardy has received
recognition in a number
of publications. The Wash-
ington Post quotes "With a
powerful burgundy voice,
bass Jason Hardy won
the audience over with
his humorous antics and
expression." Comments
from The New York Times
reported that, "Mr. Hardy
showed a healthy sounding
bass...The program played
especially to Mr. Hardy's
good diction."
Hardy can perform vo-
cally in over six different
languages. His awards
include; Regional Finalist
in the Metropolitan Opera,
Lyric Opera of Chicago


Center for American Art-
ists, Grand Prize-winner of
both the Florida Grand Op-
era and the Heinz Rehfuss
Singing Actor Competition,
winning in the Liederkranz
Foundation, Palm Beach
Opera, Fort Worth Opera,
Opera Birmingham, Con-
necticut Opera, and the
Oratorio Society of New
York vocal competitions.
"To balance a family and
career, I'm thankful, lucky,
and blessed," Hardy said.
This summer Hardy is
touring with the National
Symphony Orchestra
and will perform in the
opera "Wolf Trap." For
more information about
Jason Hardy, go to
www.jasonhardy.net


Chipley Kiwanis hear about Project Linus, make donation


On Tuesday, August 5,
Kiwanis gave a $500 do-
nation to Nancy Reeves,
Chapter Coordinator, for
Project Linus. Project
Linus is an organization
that provides security
through donated blankets
for terminally ill or trau-
matized children.
"Providing blankets for
these children helps them
know that someone cares
for them" said Reeves.
Reeves told the club that
the project has delivered
more than 800,000 hand-
made blankets worldwide
to seriously ill or trauma-
tized children. Blankets
are delivered to hospitals,
homes, and shelters.
Project Linus was
named after the adorable
security blanket-toting
character from the Peanuts
comic strip and is a 100
percent volunteer, non-
profit organization with a
two-fold mission.


Club President, Bill Howell, presented a $500 contri-
bution to Project Linus as part of the Kiwanis effort
to improve the lives of children in our community and
around the world.


First, it is their mission
to provide love, a sense of
security, warmth and com-
fort to children who are se-
riously ill, traumatized, or


otherwise in need through
the gifts of new, handmade
blankets and Afghans, lov-
ingly created by volunteer
"Blanketeers."


Second, it is their mis-
sion to provide a reward-
ing and fun service op-
portunity for interested
individuals and groups in
local communities, for the
benefit of children.
You can become a "blan-
keteer" by making a blanket
and donating it to Project
Linus. It will then be given
to a deserving child per-
manently. They accept all
styles, crocheted, knitted,
quilted, fleece. Blankets
must be new, handmade
and washable. For more
information call (309) 664-
7814 or visit website at
www.projectlinus.org.
Kiwanis Variety Show
Everyone is reminded of
the Kiwanis Variety Show
scheduled for September
15 at 6 p.m. Local perform-
ers interested in participat-
ing in the Variety Show
should contact Kim Wil-
son at 638.8376 for more
information.


Help keep kids drug free this school year


Sometimes returning to
school can pose new. chal-
lenges as kids are exposed
to drugs. Here are some
simple steps to help par-
ents keep kids drug free
this school year.
*Teens become more ac-
cepting of drug and alcohol
use when they transition
from middle school to high
school. Drug and alcohol
use usually increases be-
tween seventh and eighth
grades, eight and ninth
grades, and ninth and 10th
grades.
*Most teens between the
ages of 12 and 17 who use
marijuana and other drugs
report getting it from their
friends. Hanging around
users of marijuana usu-
ally exooses kids to other


drugs.
*Young people who learn
about the risks of drugs at
home are 50 percent less
likely to try drugs than
their peers who don't get
drug information from
their parents. Discuss your
family's "no drug use"
policy and make your po-
sition clear when it comes
to-substances like alcohol,
tobacco and other drugs.
*Mealtime is a great time
to talk about what hap-
pened at school and bond
with each other. Studies
show that kids whose fam-
ilies eat together at least
five times a week are less
likely to be involved with
drugs or alcohol.
*Among the signs, acting
distant around family and


friends, hanging around a
different crowd, change
in mood or attitudes and
declining grades.
Students with a "D" av-
erage are five times more
likely to have used illicit
drugs in the past month
than those with an "A" av-
erage.
*Ask your child for input


on family decisions. This
will show a willingness to
listen and will encourage
your teen to open up to
you. Help your teen with
homework assignments
or projects and recognize
their accomplishments.
For more information,
contact the CASE Coali-
tion at 850-547-0880.


National Peanut Festival
Washington County beauty queens attended Wallace
Day at the college on June 24. Throughout the day
contestants participated in a written communication
competition, an overview of the pageant handbook, a
list of dates and times of pageant activities, and re-
hearsals that the queens are required to attend, and
attire they are expected to wear during all occasions
for the National Peanut Festival pageant. Front row:
Miss Chipley Amber Roberts; Back row: Miss Na.
tional Peanut Queen 2004 Brittany Shepard Miss
Washington County Claire Thornton.

Democrats meet
There will be a meeting of the Washington County
Democratic Executive Committee at 6 p.m. on Thursday.
August 18, at the CWA Union Hall in Chipley. For more
information, contact Mikey Burch at (850) 638-4003 or
email at MikeyBurchWCDEC@wmconnect.com.

Missing person sought
Elissa Rachel Martin, who has a medical condition
and needs medication, has been listed as missing for
more than a year.
She was last seen May 15, 2004, at her home at 2911
Peaceful Way in Campbellton. She was going to look at
an abandoned residence and may still be in the Camp.
bellton area, according to a missing person notice issued
by Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
"She suffers from depression and schizophrenia," ac-
cording to the notice. "It has been over a year since she
was last seen."
Martin is a 35-year-old black female; 66 inches tall
and weighing 284 pounds. She has brown eyes and black
hair.
"She was last seen wearing a red tank top shirt, gray
sweatpants and black leather athletic shoes," the notice
said. "Circumstances of her disappearance are unknown.'
Anyone with information regarding Elissa Rachel Martin
is urged to contact the Jackson County Sheriff's Office at
1-850-482-9624.

Kate M. Smith orientation
Kate M. Smith elementary school staff invite all par
ents and partners to participate in grade-level orienta-
tions. Topics addressed by the administration include the
Title One "Parents Guide to Education" booklet, the after
school program, and Board approved requirements for
promotion.
Those attending will get an opportunity to visit in their
child's class room. Meeting the teacher and establishing
open communication from the beginning is very impor.
tant. The 2005-06 school theme of "KMS Rocks We're
on an Academic Roll" is realized by the important role
parents play in education.
All orientations will begin at 6 p.m. with a general
session in the school cafetorium. They are as follows:
Thursday, Aug. 11, fourth-grade orientation.

Panhandle Public Library Cooperative
The Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System
will hold a board meeting at 6 p.m., Tuesday, August 16.
at Jim's Buffet & Grill in Marianna.

Help needed
Washington County Scholarship Trust Committee and
the Preserving Our Past Association are looking for folks
interested in helping make cornmeal, saw lumber, or just
help with old farm equipment at their annual shows.
If you are interested in helping, or want more informa-
tion, contact John Cook at (850)535-2426 or Cliff Gilbert
at (850)265-8708.
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LETTERS


DEAR EDITOR:
I was amazed at the letter written
by Bob Burroughs. He stated that
by having a "casino" in Washington
County, it would bring with it gamblers,
dope dealers, hookers, and Mafia. Then,
he went on to say it would not bring in
more money to the county. Boy, is that a
lie! There is a casino in Evansville, Ind.,
who's statistics can be found online on
any computer in the country, will prove
him wrong. As we grow in population, I
hope we will have a larger hospital. We
do have a brand new largerjail, perhaps
he is not aware of that.
Common sense tells me that we will
need a larger sheriff's department with
more cars and deputies. Do we have
AIDS, murders, thievery and bars on
doors and windows in the 20 states
that allow casino playing? Gosh! That
means that the news in all 20 or so states
reports one murder, six rapes and 16
robberies per day on the evening news.
I see the real information on www.
courierpress.com and everything listed
on there is of a positive nature. A casino
called the Aztar has just invested "40
million dollars" into the community by
funding the building of a "floodwall"
on the Ohio River. This levee was for
the city of Evansville, Ind.
I am not going to bother the readers
with anymore rebuttals from Mr.
Burroughs' article. But, one thing I do


know, the "old" ideas of Mafia are gone,
so is Al Capone. Over 90 percent of
the Mafia is all legal, such as insurance
companies, garbage companies,
construction companies, and so forth,
and so forth.
According to www.disastercenter.
cor/crime/, in the year 2000, New
York, population 18,976,457, ranked
third in population, ranked 12th in
crime; California, population 33,
871,648, ranked ninth in crime; Florida,
population 15,982,378, ranked second
in crime. I repeat, second in crime.
.V1 the states with casinos have less
:crime than Florida. Do you know hh\,
lNr. Burroughs? Because casinos are
for entertainment and enjoyment and
they do bring in well-paying jobs and
pay an extraordinary amount of taxes
to the county. One casino can employ
500 people in a 24-hour basis. All this is
not a lie, and I resent your implication
toward my article. Get your facts
straight! A computer online has a lot of
present-day information and prospects
for the future can also be found on
there. Since you have called me a liar,
Mr. Burroughs, I am telling you that
your elevator does not go up or down
very well.
MARIO CORRADINO

TO THE EDITOR:
On July 29, my purse was stolen


from the Dollar General store in Ponce
de Leon. This person got all my cash,
plus all my bills that were made out and
ready to send. They stole my identity
and my kid's and grandkid's Social
Security cards. They destroyed my life.
My address book with my kid's
telephone numbers was in there and
it as the only one I had so I can't even
call my kids. They stole over $50, my
car keys, my house keys, and they won't
even return the contents.
What kind of people do this to senior
citizens? If anyone out there knows
anything about this, call the Bonifav
Sheriff's Department. This has been


reported.


BEVERLY KELLUI
Ponce de Leon


TO THE EDITOR:
Calvin is developmentally disabled.
He works in ajanitorial crew. He is one
of many individuals working in various
jobs in our community, or that attend the
adult day training program. Calvin is a
productive member of our community,
has a home, pays his bills, and enjoys
his friends. ARC Washington-Holmes
Counties provides services to Calvin
and he enjoys the benefits that these
services provide.
There are 15,000-plus Floridians
with developmental disabilities that do
not have the life that Calvin enjoys.


Why? It's because the Agency for People
with Disabilities (APD) failed to spend
all its funds.
As widely reported, the Agency
finished the fiscal year with a surplus of
over $53 million that was returned to the
state treasury for the "rainy day" fund.
Why was there such a surplus? There is
a very simple answer. The surplus exists
because APD created the conditions for
it when it unnecessarily cut the rates
paid for services. These cuts occurred in
prior years. The continuation of the cuts
generated another Near of "savings."
We estimate that about $45 million of
the surplus is linked to the earlier cuts.
Recent comments made by the
director of APD about the surplus are
highly inaccurate and very misleading.
Director Brantley's assertion that
providers "overcharge" and that the
surplus resulted from some stealth
computer system that stopped this
practice is not completely accurate.
Sounding a lot like allegations used by
former SecretaryJerry Regier that were
subsequently found false by his own
inspector general, Director Brantley is
following the wrong path. There are
billing errors, but as I suspect you know,
those errors are sometimes too high and
sometimes they are too low, and if fraud
is suspected, recoupment, penalties and
prosecution should be pursued.
However, the salient issue here is not


what generated a surplus, but why the
Agency failed to spend its resources.
Prudent budget management requires
periodic monitoring of spending
relative to revenues. Did the Agency
for Persons with Disabilities wait until
after the fiscal year ended before it
reviewed its budget ledger? Advocates
sent our alarms about potential surplus
months ago. APD scoffed at any such
suggestion, told Legislature there was
no surplus and did nothing. Many of
your local legislators worked hard to
fight for more dollars for the program to
address the needs of people on the wait
list. Those dollars should have been
spent on additional services for people
on the wait list last year. We can only
wonder what the real reason was that
the Agency sat on so much money when
so many vulnerable people needed
help.
My sincere hope is that thousands
of people with disabilities will never go
without services again. These millions
of dollars should be spent as the
Legislature intended, not returned to
the state treasury for a rainy day. Folks,
the days are rainy now for over 15,000
people on the developmental services
wait list.
ARC Washington-Holmes Counties, Inc.

BILL WILLIAMS. Board President
MAVIS SMITH, Executive Director


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Pre-K
Private providers and
school-based providers are
ready for children to begin
but parents may not have
completed the required ap-
plication process.
If your child is four
years old on or. before
Sept. 1, 2005, he or she is
eligible for Voluntary Pre-
Kindergarten. If so, you
must contact Early Educa-
tion and Care, Inc. before
enrolling your child with a
provider.
For more information,
contact Early Education
and Care, Inc., Washington
County Office, 850-638-
6343 or call Susie Price
at 1-800-768-8316, ext.
2266, or (850) 872-7550,
ext. 2266.

What is
Voluntary Pre-K?:
The VPK legislation
provides a strong founda-
tion in reading readiness
and early literacy cur-
riculum, according to the
governor's office.
The bill requires each
provider's curriculum to
be developmentally appro-
priate and to be designed to
prepare a student for early
literacy.
The program also affords
parents of four-year olds a
choice. among different
program options including
a .540-instructional-hour
school-year program de-
livered by a public school
or private provider and
a: 300-instructional-hour
summer program delivered
by a public/ school or pri-
vate provider.
vThe Department of Edu-
cation is: responsible for
setting literacy, curriculum
and performance stan-
dards, while the Agency
,.orWorlkforce Innovation,,
will be responsible for
administrative :and. fiscal
oversight of the program.
Early learning coalitions
will administer the VPK
programs at the local
level.
The bill limits class
sizes to no less than four
students and no more than
18 students in the class-
room. In addition, there is
a 1:10 teacher student ratio
in the summer program
and a 1:10 or 2:18 teacher
student ratio in the school
year program.
'Every Pre-K instructor
must have at least a child
development associate
(CDA)' credential. The
bill sets goals of having
a teacher with an associ-
ate degree in every Pre-K
classroom by the 2010-
2011 school year and a
bachelor's degree by the
2013-2014 school year.
HB lA provides $11.8
million and authorizes
42.5 additional positions in
three state agencies (DOE,
AWI, arnd Department of
Children and Family Ser-
vices) for' the initial ad-
ministrative and program
development costs of the
Pre-K program during the
remaining months of the
2004-2005 fiscal year.
An article in the August
8 USA Today reported that
enrollment :in universal or:
voluntary Pre-K isincreas-
ing natioriwide. Florida is
among a number of state
that offer a program.


Research from as far
back as the 1960s indi-
cates that three- and four-
year-olds who get quality
education before entering
kindergarten do better in
higher grades.
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Joe Tharp awards Faye Wood first place in women'si Left to right: Second-place men's hog-calling winner Eric Pettis and winner Clif
hog calling. She said her call was how she called the ton Hathaway sound off. Hathaway donated his trophy to Wausau Town Hall in
children memory of the late Jim Wood, "the best man who ever was."


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be bigger
The annual Sunny HIills
Fall Festival and Oktober-
fest will be held on October
14, 15 and 16. Price at the
main gate will be; adults,$5
per person, and children,
12 and under, free; A.fam-
ily one-day pass is $10 'and
a family two 2-day pass is
$15. Public and handicap'
parking is free, and special
parking is available at $5
per car.
Schedule of weekend
events:
Friday
Golf
Tournamenit.Saturday:: ^: .
Fishing and Triathlon
Parade 10 a.m.
Festival open at 10:30
a.m.-5:30p.m. -
Oktoberfest -12 p.m. 6'
p.m.
Circus Performances -1.
p.m. and 4p.m. :
Sunday:. ,;
Festival open at 10:,
30 a.m.
Circus 12 p.m. and 3
p.m : :: :. ,.,
Stage performances all
day.' .
Prizes and Awards ;5


and better in 2005


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Oktoberfest includes a golf tournament.
.Oktoberfest inlue a of ornmn..-..." .,


brochure. Maximum of
60 boats with payback


p.m. based on total participating
*The Alain Zerbini Citr boats. -
cus will have four perfor-: ,*The Triathlon Course is
mances this year, two on: a sanctioned event start-I
Saturday at 1 p.m. and 4 ing and ending at the Boat
p.m., and two on Sunday Lake Park. It includes a 1/4
at 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. The mile swim, 12 mile bike;
circus features clowns, ride, and 5K run. Pre-rceI
trapeze artists, jugglers, a briefing is at 7:15 a.m. on
dare devil act, animal acts, Saturday within final regis-
thrills and laughter for all traction from 6 -7 a.m..For
ages, and the experience of a registration triathlon tirob-
"center ring" under the Big: chure. or information, con-
Top. Camel and pony rides tact Frank and Carol Kreis
for kids. Tickets are $5 per at 850-773-2030. Informa-
person, children ages 5 and .tion is also available at
under are free, and ages 6 www:.sunyhillscaiai.org.
to 12 are $3. *The Golf Tournament,
*The Bass Fishing Tour- which is the first event of
nament starts Saturday the festival weekend, is
morning just after daylight sponsored by PBS&J En-:
and lasts until 3 p.m. A to- gineers and Consultants.
tal of 60 boats with 30 on for the benefit of the Wash-
Gap Lake and 30 on Porter ington County Chamber
Lake. Special prizes are of Commerce. A similar
$300 for Big Fish overall, tournament has been held
and $150 for Big Fish at for many years and orga-
each lake. There are cash :nizers are pleased to have
and merchandise prizes in it as a major festival event.
many categories, almost Teams will compete for
everyone wins. Prizes per prizes and recognition fol-
lake and overall are 1st,, lowed by a BBQ luncheon.
2nd, and 3rd place. :: Entry information is at the
Merchandise prizes will festival website or contact
be awarded by drawing ,Candace Croft at 850-638-
of registrations until all 4157 or Kim Knight 850-
prizes are awarded. The 638-2288.
entry fee is $80 per boat *The Health Fair spon-
payable upon registration scored by Northwest Florida
at the website or on a form Community Hospital with
in the fishing tournament: support from the Wash-
Finch reunion:: ::.
The Finch family reunion for descendants of the late
William Dallas Finch has been announced by the William
Dallas Finch Descendiants Association. It will be held
Sept. 4 at the Washington County Agriculture Center,
1424 Jackson Ave, or Hiighway 90 West in Chipley.
Relatives and friends are urged to arrive around 11
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ington Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center, and many
others as well, will be at
the. festival' this year. Talk
to health care profession-
als- ad take free screening
:some have a nominal fee)
for blood pressure, choles-
teiol, A.I.D.S., eye tests,
blood sugar, as well as a
blood drive.
S*The Oktoberfest will
be held at: St. Theresa
Catholic Church in the
reception hall and yard.
Ticket includes buffet meal
of iGerman style food, all
beverages, live music to
include "Oompha" for
traditional dances, and free
shuttle between the festival
hub parking and Oktober-
fest Halle. You must be 21
years of age to consume al-
coholic beverages. Tickets
are $20 per person.

General directions
From Chipley: 1-10 and
FL Hwy 77 go south 15
miles to Sunny Hills Blvd.,
turn left through main en-
trance, 2.1 miles to Colum-
bia Blvd.
From FL 20 and Hwy
77: Go north 9 miles and
turn right through main en-
trance and then 2.1 miles to
Columbia Blvd.


Barfield, Oscar Leon, Sr., W/M, 53, Chipley;
violation of probation; arrested 8/2.
Blair, Jonathan Eric, W/M, 31, Bonifay; larceny,
burglary; arrested 8/2.
Brooks, Samual Jacob, W/M, 20, Ocala; driving
under the influence, possession of alcohol; arrested
8/4.
Buckhalt, Jason Blair, W/M, 25, Graceville; bat-
tery; arrested 8/5.
Davis, Mekkos Deshawn, B/M, 23, Caryville;
producing marijuana; arrested 8/2.
Dunn, Jamie Leigh, W/F, 26, Westville; issuing
worthless checks; arrested 8/3.
Farmer, Donna Cathedra, W/F, 42, Chipley; driv-
ing under the influence; arrested 8/7.
Fleming, Kevin Thomas Sr., W/M, 47, Bonifay;
issuing worthless checks; arrested 8/5.
SGay,Ronald Lemar, W/M, 46, Vernon; violation
of probation; arrested 8/1.
Hardy, Robert Lee, B/M, 56, Mims; driving un-
der the influence; arrested 8/6.
S Hutchinson, Stephanie Maria, W/F, 33, Bonifay;
manufacture of narcotics; arrested 8/6.
Johnson, Kenny Lee, B/M, 38, Chipley; battery;
arrested 8/3.
Jones, Jammy Gabriel, W/M, 27, Wausau; viola-
tion of probation; arrested 8/5.
S Kennedy, Cory Alexander, B/M, 20, Chipley;
possession of cocaine, possession of alcohol; ar-
rested 8/6.
.:Kidder, Aleric Charles, W/M, 32, Chipley; hit
'aid run; arrested 8/2.
Marshall, Melissa Ann, B/F, 36, Chipley; bat-
tery; arrested 8/4.
McMickle, Robert Gordon Jr., W/M, 48, Chipley;
violation of conservation laws, use of firearm with
intoxicated; arrested 8/7.
Mahringer, Lora Carol, W/M, 42, Chipley; bat-
tery; arrested 8/3.
Meredith, Robin M., W/M, 32, Graceville; man-
ufacture of meth; arrested 8/4.
Meredith, Pamela Rose, W/F, 32, Graceville;
possession of meth; arrested 8/4.
Moody, Sandra Renee, W/F, 38, no address
given; attached tag not assigned; arrested 8/4.
Parker, Nathaniel Cornilus, B/M, 24, Crestview;
possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana; ar-
rested 8/7.
Patterson, Adam Cistere, W/M, 17, Chipley;
drivers license suspended; arrested 8/4.
Salazar, Greg Steven, H/M, 39, Lynn Haven;
refuse to sign citation; arrested 8/4.
Sheffield, Kennedy Dupree, B/M, 31, Chipley;
violation of probation; arrested 8/2.
Thomas, Roger Lee, W/M, 20, Bonifay; viola-
tion of probation; arrested 8/1.
Webb, Pauline, W/F, 47, Chipley; larceny, bat-
tery, resist merchant; arrested 8/1.

Information is takenfrom officialpublic records
on file with the Washington County Sheriff's De-
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JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Are you ready for some
football?
That's right, it is here
once again, that time of the
year that virtually everyone
in this area lives for -
football season.
Like a pastor in a church
I attend in Birmingham
once said, "Real life in the
South begins this week it's
football season."
Very few things get my
blood pumping like the
sound of a high school band
or the cheers of fans at a
Friday night football game.
Area teams are preparing
for the upcoming season
and fans are in a frenzy
with expectations of the first
game.
Football season is a
special time of the year and
in this part of the country it
has a special meaning to be
a football player.
As a player you are
looked upon by your peers
and adults with respect and
admiration. To be a football
player is an honor, and
should be cherished by all
who participate in the sport.
As I have made my way
from team to team this
preseason, a disturbing
reality has set in football
has lost its draw. The
number of students on
the fields is declining and
everyday more kids are
quitting.
I can't understand how
someone can participate in
an entire summer of drills
and workouts and quit one
week before the season
Tstartls.
"~'Whiere is tfiehbrfor and
dedication to the school
and team? Most players on
a football team will never
get the opportunity to play
organized football after
graduation.
Why they would quit to
get a job or to hang with
their girlfriends, leaves
me flabbergasted. I am not
sure if it falls on the parents
for not making them stick
to what they started or if
the kids just lack so much
discipline that they can't
handle it when they have to
work a little for something.
I am not condemning kids-
for not playing. Football
and sports in general are
not for everyone. But, if
you sign-up to play, see it
through to the end.
I do want to commend
all the athletes that have
the intestinal fortitude to
stay out there and press on
through the tough times.
But let's get back to the
positive, it's football season
and that's reason enough
to put a smile on anyone's
face.
So to all the teams this
year, I wish you the best of
luck and all my admiration
for being man enough
to play when others run
scared.


W s h S 0 ingtonCountyNews/Ho s CAse d ., us


The 13-year-old All-Star team from Chipley recently participated in the state tournament in
Sebring. The team played three games and came in fifth place. Frank Hagler, the district
director, made a special presentation at the team's party on August 4. The team received
the Sportsmanship Award for displaying leadership, positive attitude, and team spirit while
participating in the tournament. Team members are: Casey Norris, Justin Chambers, Colby
Hartzog, Chase Hambright, Tanner Cauley, Jake Jadofsky, Brandon Porter, Daniel Kinsey,
Nathan Mynard, Aaron Obert, and Michael Thompson. Coaches are: Richard Norris,
Rodger Chambers, and Colby Cleveland. Team motivator Justin Burnham also received a
sportsmanship award for being the "best fan" at the tournament.


Westville's catfish rodeo attracts anglers from across the south. Last year's win-
ning fish weighted in under five pounds. A large turnout is expected for this year's
event and the competition should be excellent.

Westville catfish rodeo set


Westville Volunteer Fire
Department will host the
Second Annual Westville
Catfish Rodeo on Friday,
Sept. 9.
The event will begin at 4
p.m. on Sept. 9 and go until
4 p.m. Sept. 10.
Boat inspections will be-
gin at 9 a.m. No cat fishing
allowed prior to the start
time.
Entry fees for the tourna-
ment are $45 early registra-
tion and $50 the day of the
event.
All boats must launch
and load at the Caryville
Boat landing on Highway
90 at the Choctawhatchee
River.
All species of catfish will
be eligible for weigh-in.


All fish must be at least
14 inches long and alive at
weigh-in.
Only rod and reels will
be allowed. (River patrols
will be out enforcing all
rules.)
Prize payouts are guar-
anteed and all winners are
subject to a polygraph test.
Prizes are as follows:


*First place: $750
*Second place: $500
*Third place: $250
*Fourth place $175
*Fifth place: $75
For more information
or to sign-up call David
Byrd at 548-5489, Steve
Harrington at 548-5891
or Westville City Hall at
548-5858.


NWTF 12th

annual

shoot set
The National Wild
Turkey Federation's 12th
Annual Turkey Shoot will
be held at The Meadows
National Gun Club in
Forsyth, Ga., Aug. 19-21
The Turkey Shoot, one
of the nation's premier
sporting clays shoots,
will host more than 600
competitive shooters.
Proceeds from the
Turkey Shoot will benefit
Wheelin' Sportsmen
NWTF, an outreach
program that provides
individuals with
disabilities the opportunity
to enjoy the outdoors
Forsyth is located 15
minutes north of Macon,
Ga., and 30 minutes south
of Atlanta.
Visit http:
//www.nwtf.org/
nwtfnewsroom/press_
releases.php for complete
release and photos.
Contact: Bert Schmitz,
Turkey Shoot participant
at (770) 253-0489.


NRA banquet

announced
The 2005 Northwest
Florida Friends of the
National Rifle Association
(NRA) fundraising
banquet will be held
on Tuesday, Aug. 16 at
the Chipley Agriculture
Center.
Social hour will be at 6
p.m. and dinner will begin
at 7 p.m. Live auction
and program will follow
dinner.
For ticket information
or sponsor information
please call 547-3816 or
638-2504.

Bethlehem

Pee-Wee yard

sale Saturday
Bethlehem Wildcats
PeeWee football association
is having a huge yard sale
on Saturday, Aug. 13 from
7 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the
corer of Highway 90 and
79 in Bonifay. Registration
for football players will
also be accepted for the
following age groups:
6-8 year olds (Freshman
team)
9-10 year olds (Junior
varsity team)
11-12 year olds (Varsity
team)
Cost to register is $35
per child. Please bring a
copy of birth certificate.
Tri-County Community
Council will be on hand
to assist with financial aid.
Anyone with questions
should contact Duke
Blakeslee at 263-8430 or
Jim Lewis at 956-3018.
Anyone interested in
being a cheerleader coach/
sponsor should contact
Tracy Jordan at 547-5856.

Soccer sign-

up planned
The Chipley Parks and
recreation Department will
begin soccer registration
for the 2005 season during
the following dates.
August 8-19 on Monday
thru Friday from 3-5 p.m.
at P.A.L.s Park. Sign-up
will also take place on
Saturday Aug. 13 and
20th from 8 a.m. until
noon. Registration is
$25 per child for ages 5-
18. Anyone interested
in coaching, officiating,
sponsoring or volunteering
in any way contact Guy
Lane at 638-6348.


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Anyone born after July 1, 1975 is required to take the hunter education class of-
fered by the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission. Anyone interested in
sponsoring a class in Washington or Holmes County should contact the local FWC
office.

FWC sets several area


hunter education


The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is
encouraging would-be
hunters to sign up and
take their mandatory.
Hunter Safety Course
this summer and not wait
until the fall. This time
of year provides the best
opportunity to get into
a class as slots are more
readily available. During
hunting season and just
prior, classes usually fill
up fast.
The FWC Hunter
Safety Course, or similar
approved course by
another state, province
or organization, is a
requirement to obtaining
a Florida hunting license
for anyone born on or
'hfteri'-iJe 1, 1975.-Even;
though the course is not
required for persons born
before that date, it is
recommended, especially
for beginning hunters.
Classes are taught
throughout the state
by certified volunteer
instructors who teach
firearm safety and laws,
basic hunting terminology,
conservation, safe hunting
practices, outdoor ethics,
wildlife identification and
management, survival,
field first aid and the
Florida Wildlife Code.
The course is free and
prepares sportsmen for


a safer, more rewarding
experience while in the
outdoors.
"Don't wait until the
last minute to sign up
to take a Hunter Safety
Course or you may have
a hard time getting into
a class," said Bill Cline,
program administrator.
"A large number of
courses are being offered
statewide this summer,
and it's best to try to get
into one while more space
is available. Then, when
hunting season gets here,
you'll be ready to go."
The Florida Hunter
Safety Course meets
all the requirements for
hunter safety training
throughout North
America. It also is
essential for, Floridians
who wish to hunt in most
other states or in Canada
and need to purchase a
non-resident license.
The course is available
to be taken in a classroom
setting, and it is offered
in all of the state's 67
counties. In addition to
the traditional in-class
course, hunters now
have the option of taking
most of the classroom
instruction online or on
compact disc, without
leaving home.
However, hunters who
choose the Internet or
CD-ROM version must


Washington County News and Holmes
County Times-Advertiser are seeking
sports correspondents to cover the 2005
football season for Chipley High School
and Holmes County High School. Job
duties include attending all games home
and away and writing articles. Anyone
interested should contact Jeremy Raines
at 638-0212 or 547-9414.


classes
take an additional three
hours in the classroom;
successfully pass a written
exam; and participate
in a field-day class that
includes live-firing
instruction on a shooting
range.
"Don't wait to take
the class, and make
arrangements now to sign
up for one this summer,"
Cline said.
For more information
on the Hunter Safety
Program or to learn when
the next available class or
field day will be offered
in your area, contact
your local FWC office
or visit MyFWC.com/
huntersafety.
Local classes
already scheduled are:
Washington County, Nov.
18 (6:00PM-9:00PM), 19
(8:00AM-5:00PM), and
20 (8:00AM to Finish)
- Wausau Town Hall;
Walton County, Nov. 4
(6PM to 9PM), 5 (8AM
to 5PM), and 6 (TBA),
2005 DeFuniak Springs;
Jackson County, Oct. 14
(6PM to 9PM), 15 (8AM
to 5PM) and 16 (8AM to
Noon) Marianna.


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CHS plans fan
and media day
Chipley High School
will hold their 2005-
06 Season Kick Off on
Friday, August 12, at 5
p.m. at Memorial Field.
The public is invited and
encouraged to come out
and support all Chipley
athletes.
Enjoy concessions
hamburger or hotdog,
chips and a drink for $3
while listening to live
music provided by the
CHS band.
All former CHS
quarterbacks are invited
to participate in a
Quarterback Passing
Challenge and former
linemen will face off
in a Linemen Tug of
War. Kids, kindergarten
through grade 6, can
practice their football
skills in various activities
throughout the evening.
The CHS varsity
football team will give a
sneak preview of what the
season has to offer with a
scrimmage game.
Tiger 100 board
members and 2005-
06 president Malcolm
Minchin invite you to join
them and the rest of the
club by becoming a Tiger
100 member.
Members will be
available during the
Season Kick Off to
answer any questions you
may have.
"This will also be a
good opportunity for
current members to renew
their memberships," said
Minchin.


Holmes County
quarterback
club meet set
The Blue Devil
Quarterback Club/
Century Club will hold
its first meeting of the
year Friday, Aug. 12, 5:30
p.m., at Memorial Field in
Bonifay.
All current and
prospective members
are urged to attend the
business meeting.
Vernon
Volleyball
Jamboree
Vernon High School
volleyball jamboree
will be held on Monday,
August 15, and Thursday,
August 18, at 6 and 7:30
p.m., in the Vernon High
School gym.
Teams from Vernon,
Chipley, Bonifay, and
Dean Bozeman will be
playing.
Softball tourney
planned
An ASA Co-Ed softball
tournament and team
horseshoe tournament
will be held Saturday,
August 13, at the Wausau
Possum Palace.
The entry fee for the
softball tournament is
$150 per team, and the
entry fee for the horseshoe
tournament is $20 per
team.
To enter the softball
tournament Or to get
more information contact
Richard Finch at (850)


638-5565.
If interested in entering
the horseshoe tournament
or to get more information,
contact Shannon Herring
at (850) 638-3867.
Trophies will be
awarded for each event.
Concessions will also
be provided, including
pulled pork sandwiches.
Vernon High
Quarterback
Club meets
Vernon Quarterback
and Athletic Booster Club
will hold its first meeting
at 6:30 p.m. on August 11,
at the Vernon High School
Cafeteria.
The club provides
financial support to all
athletes, boys and girls,
at Vernon High School.
Everyone, especially
parents of student athletes
are encouraged to attend.
Vernon Pee
Wee sign-ups
continue
The City of Vernon
extends Peewee Football/
Cheerleading Registra-
tion
Vernon Football and
Cheerleading registration
continues with signups
on August 11 at the Ver-
non City Hall, from 4 6:
30 p.m. Also registration
forms can be picked up at
Vernon City Hall and will
be received until August
13.
For more information
contact Rec Director Brad
Hall at (850) 535-1401 or
(850) 573-6145.


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Coach Andy Compton, Coach Johnny
Booth, Dixie District Director Drayton
Kilpatrick and the players of
CHIPLEY DIXIE MAJORS BASEBALL
would like to thank everyone foryour
support with donations or purchasing ads

for our program. Thank you to all of our
volunteers. All your contributions made it
possible for us to have two very


successful State Tournaments. .'

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CDs on sale
Left to right: Crystal Moore, Jim Wood and Tim Burgan were at the Possum
Festival and Funday to perform and sell CDs. Jim and his wife Wanda are both
cancer survivors and were also there to support the American Cancer Society
with their efforts. Jim Miller does the sound.


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Hula-hoop action
Competition was intense at the hula-hoop contest at the Possum Festival. Loose
your hoop and be eliminated was the rule, and Kristina Small (right) was the last
competitor standing to win a rod and reel.
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located in counties most
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cash flow tO businesses
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begii t1epaiir ahid i-place
destlto3ed ltVefiht. Pfio


Fire truck dedicated
The new Wausau VFD fire truck was dedicated Saturday at Possum Festival and
Funday. Left to right: State USDA Director Charles Clemmons, Area USDA Di.
rector Joe Fritz, Board of County Commissioners Chairman Ronnie Finch, Fire.
fighter Ambers Carter and Grayson Carter, Fire Chief Sam Rudd, State CFO and
Fire Marshall Tom Gallagher, and County Commissioner Donnie Strickland. The
vehicle is a Pierce International Commander with a 300-hp diesel engine. It is the
only full-sized truck in the county with direct foam injection. The foam can go
to two cross lays and a three-inch outlet in the rear. The truck has a 1,000-gallon
water tank, automatic nozzles, a 250-gpm pump, and complete on-board storage.


Counterfeit money being passed
Chipley Police Department has received several com-
plaints over the past several weeks of counterfeit money
being passed at various businesses throughout Chipley.
Some of the bills will initially show genuine when
marked with the counterfeit pen, but after a few mo.
ments the color on the bill will reflect counterfeit. Most
recently the counterfeit bills circulating in the area are
$100, $50, $20, and $10 bills. Anyone who determines
that they have received counterfeit money needs to con
tact the Chipley Police Department.

FURNITURE & SERTA MATTRESSES
LOW LOW LOW OVERHEAD
guarantees
LOW LOW LOW PRICES
P & S DISCOUNT FURNITURE
Chipley (Since 1973) (850) 638-4311

WASHINGTON COUNTY
TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED
COORDINATING BOARD MEETING
TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2005
10 A.M.
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SThe Washington County
Public Library Summer
Reading Program was
again a big success. The
program was presented
seven times in five differ-
ent locations throughout
the County. Children were
given reading logs each
week and the child that
read the most time each
week won a small prize.
The child that read the
most for the entire summer
program won a grand prize.
The children worked hard
for the entire six weeks of
the Summer Reading Pro-
gram. They enjoyed poetry,
fiction, non-fiction, humor,
biographies. Congratula-
tions to the children who
participated in the summer
program. Everyone was a
winner and reading skills
improved.


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Mary Roslyn Taylor, the IHou meS 2:-Ki a m10 N~.?
Grand Prize winner for Nikki Dykes, Grand Prize Hanna Welch was the
the Chipley Morning winner for the Chipley Grand Prize winner in
Program. Afternoon Program. Vernon.


Ashlyi Hadden, Grand
Prize winner at Country
Oaks. The child that read
the most for the entire
summer program at each
location won a grand
prize.


Kristin Lucas, Grand
Prize winner at Wausau.


POSSUM FESTIVAL CAR SHOWA


Take Stock in Children offers

scholarships for county students


Hey kids, what would
you say if I told you there
are scholarships avail-
able for many Washington
Contyt-students?
Hey parents, what
would you say if I told you
your children have a good
chance of attending col-
lege without any financial
commitment on your part?
Take Stock in Children
is a scholarship initiative
geared to children between
the sixth and ninth grades
who meet federal poverty
guidelines. Recipients are
selected by a group of lo-
cal educators, sponsors and
civic leaders.
Because more than 40
percent of Florida's youth
live at or near the pov-
erty level, Take Stock in
Children can make a real
difference in their lives.
Deserving kids receive
scholarships, mentors,
hope and a connection
with the community.
Scholarships are
purchased by sponsors
through the Florida Pre-
paid College Program. The
scholarship guarantees the
child two years of junior
college tuition, followed
by two years of tuition at
a state university. Students
have the option of choos-
ing a two-year vocational
program. While scholar-
ships promise a future, a


volunteer mentor provides
care and encouragement
to help a child reach that
promise.
Students enrolled in the;
program must stay drug-
and crime-free, do well in
their classes and follow
school policies. They sign
a contract promising to
do just that, among other
things.
Parents are charged to
support and encourage
their children's academic
success by developing
positive relationships with
teachers, mentors, Take
Stock in Children staff and
school administrators. In
other words, parents are
required to 'get involved'
in their children's' lives
and education.
While Take Stock in
Children is a statewide
program, every chapter is
locally owned and oper-
ated, and is unique to each
community. As such, 100
percent of funds raised in
Washington County stay in
Washington County.
Every cent raised by
North Central Panhandle
Education Foundation,
Inc., the local fund-raising
entity, stays in Washington
County to fund scholar-
ships for Washington
County students and men-
tors that help pave the way
to academic and personal

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Singing at the Possum Festival
Kacy Lynn and Margo Anderson performed at
FunDay in Wausau.


success.
Take Stock in Children
was founded in 1995 in
response to the need for a
scholarship, program that
provides more than just
financial assistance to its
recipients, and it works!
More than 10,000 chil-
dren have benefited from
Take Stock in Children
scholarships. 97 percent
of Take Stock in Children
students are on track or
have already completed
the program.
Locally, a partnership
has been formed between
North Central Panhandle
Education Foundation, Inc.
and Washington County
District Schools.
Its objective is to pro-
vide scholarships to de-
serving county students,
giving them a chance at a
real opportunity to make
a difference in their own
lives.
For more information
about how to participate
in this once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity, contact, Don
Walters, president of the
Foundation and facilitator
for the local school system.
He can be reached at (850)
527-9274.
For additional informa-
tion about Take Stock in
Children, visit the website
at www.takestockinchildre
n.com


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POIBSUM l FESTIVAL AIND FUN^ A


Kathy Carter won the corn pone contest.


The 4H fund-raiser was beating on an old car.


BSA Troop 39 presented the colors. They were repre-
sented by Scouts Jared Bozarth and Trent Lee, and
Scout Leader Dave Bradford.


The Millers were among the performers.


.-- ... -".,.Possum and Miss Petunia were second runners up

Soul Possum and Cha-Cha were first runners up in in the King and Queen contest. Wayne Gentry was

the King and Queen contest. emcee.





LEG -AL NOTICES


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Judges Earnest Green, Joy Davis and Dewayne

Carter had their work cut out for them in the King

and Queen contest. Carol Finch Griffin tabulated the

votes.



Bayer Select
American Quarter Horse enthusiast, Ronnie Kent, ;6,

of Graceville will compete in the Bayer Select World

Championship Show to be held at the Amarillo National

Center in Amarillo, Texas, from Aug. 30 Sept. 4.
Kent will be among 1,000 amateur select competi-

tors over the age of 50, from the United States, Canada

and several countries participating in the show. He will

compete in the western pleasure class on his American

Quarter Horse, a 4-tear-old ay gelding..
The Bayer Select World Championship Show, open

exclusively to amateur member, age 50 and older, is

expecting hundreds of exhibitors at the inaugural event.

Currently, there are more than 35,000 members in
AQHA's amateur division with 12,000' eligible for the

amateur select division.
Competitors vying for more than 20 world champion-

ship titles, as well as prizes, must have earned a prede-

termined number of points at American Quarter Horse

Association (AQHA) approved shows between July 1,

2004 and June 30, 2005.







For the week ending Aug. 3



At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts

totaled $10,722 compared to $10,271 last

week and $13,942 a year ago. According to

the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market

News Service, slaughter cows and bulls

were $1 to $2 higher, feeder steers and

heifers were $2 to $4 higher.

Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame

No. 1-2

200-300 lbs. $145.00 200.00

300-400 lbs. $120.00 160.00

400-500 lbs. $110.00 136.00

Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame

No. 1-2

200-300 lbs. $140.00 200.00

300-400 lbs. $114.00 151.00

400-500 lbs. $105.00- 125.00

Slaughter Cows: Lean, 750-1200 lbs. 85-

90% $47.00 -53.00

Slaughter Bulls:

Yield Grade, No. 1-2 1,000-2,100

lbs. $65.00 73.00


Change of Public Heanng
Date from August 8. 2005 to
August 15, 2005

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PuRAPOJE Tr r.e Cr.. : .p1 the
,-e.=.--:,.. aoorn'..'1 *. !h:. reflect
statutory changes, current prac-
tice and to make editorial/lan-
guage changes to portions of our
policies/procedures.

LEGALAUTHORITY: THe Wash-
ington County School Board
is authorized under Chapters
1001.41 and 1001.42 of the
Florida Statutes to develp/amend
policies and procedures.

ECONOMIC IMPACT: The cost
of the promulgating the revision
will be approximately $2.00 per
document.

Individuals wishing to obtain a
copy of the proposed policies may
contact the Superintendent's Of-
fice at 652 Third Street, Chipley,
Florida.

As published in the Washington
County News July 16, 20, 27,
August 10, 2005.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA

CASE NO.: 67-03-CA-520

GreenPoint Credit, LLC, a cor-
poration,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Eugene R. Bouton, Nhoopet
Bouton, Donald Bouton, Joe
Anne Pettis, IF LIVING, AND IF
DECEASED, THEIR UNKNOWN
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND
ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIM-
ING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
OR AGAINST THEM; HAY-
WARD DYKES; JOHN DOE AND
JANE DOE AND ANY OTHER
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT REAL PROPERTY
WHOSE REAL NAMES'ARE
UNCERTAIN,

Defendantss.

NOTICE OF SALE

Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to an order or a final
judgment of foreclosure entered
in the above-captioned action,
I will sell the property situated In
WASHINGTON County, Florida,
described as:

Begin at a point where the West
line of Section 26, Township 3
North, Range 15 West, Wash-
ington County, Florida, Intersects
the South right-of-way (R/W) line
of State Road #279; thence.S 00
degrees 54 minutes 44 seconds
West for a distance of 911.56
feet along the West line of said
Section 26, to an iron rod; thence
South 89 degrees 05 minutes 16
seconds East for a distance of
250.00 feet to an Iron rod; thence
North 00 degrees 54 minutes 44
seconds East for a distance of
830.83 feet to an iron rod on the
South R/W line of said State road
#279; thence North 71 degrees
11 minutes 30 seconds West for
a distance of 262.71 feet along
said R/W line to the Point of
Beginning.

INCLUDING the following Man-
ufactured Home: 2000 Hor-
ton Homes Mirage 111, 24 x 52,
Serial Number: H87102GL &
H87102GR.

at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder for cash, on the
front steps of the WASHINGTON
County Courthouse, 1293 Jack-
son Avenue, Chipley, Florida
at 11:00 a.m. central time, on
September 6, 2005.

DATED this 21 day of July,
2005..

Linda Cook
CLERK OF THE COURT

BY: K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk


SCHUYLER STEWART SMITH
Chad A. Dean, Esq.
118 West Adams St. #800
Jacksonville, FL 32202
(904) 353-5884

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT (ADA) NOTICE
Individuals with disabilities need-
ing a reasonable accommodation
to participate in this proceed-
ing should contact the Court
administrators office, as soon
as possible. If hearing impaired,
1-800-995-8771 (TTD); or 1-800-
955-8770 (V) via Florida Relay
Service.

As published in the Washington
County News August 3, 10,
2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT GURT. FOUR-
TEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THESTATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY

ZENNA B. CORBIN,

Plaintiff,

vs.

WELLS F.R.M. FEED STORE,
INC.; CY C. CHANCE; TERRIE
L. CHANCE; CARL M. WELLS
and wife, JOYCE O. WELLS;
FLINT RIVER MILLS, INC.; and
SEGREST FEED & SEED COM-
PANY, INC.,

Defendants.

CASE NO.: 04-511

NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to a summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated
the 26th day of July, 2005, in
Case Number 04-511-CA of the
Circuit Court of the Fourteenth
Judicial Circuit in and for Wash-
ington County, Florida, wherein
ZENNA B. CORBIN is Plaintiff,
and WELLS F.R.M. FEED STORE,
INC.; CY C. CHANCE; TERRIE L.
CHANCE; CARL M. WELLS and
wife, JOYCE O. WELLS; FLINT
RIVER MILLS, INC.; and SEG-
REST FEED & SEED COMPANY,
INC., arethe Defendants, I will sell
to the highest and best bidder at
the front door of the Washington
County Courthouse, Chipley,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 25
day of August 2005, the follow-
ing-described real property as set
forth In the Summary Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure, to-wit:

Lot 217, less and except the West
5 feet thereof, Lots 218 and 219
of the South 1/2 of the NE 1/4
of Section 4, Township 4 North,
Range 13 West, in the City of
Chipley, Florida, according to the
Mordt Plat thereof, on file in the
office of the Clerk of Circuit Court
of Washington County, Florida.

ATTHETIME OFTHE SALE, THE
SUCCESSFUL HIGH BIDDER,
OR BIDDERS, AS THE CASE
MAY BE, SHALL POST WITH
THE CLERK A DEPOSIT EQUAL
TO 5 PERCENT OF THE FINAL
BID. THE DEPOSIT SHALL BE
APPLIED TO THE SALE PRICE
AT THE TIME OF PAYMENT.
THE SUM REMAINING DUE AND
OWING AFTER APPLICATION OF
THE DEPOSIT SHALL BE PAID
TO THE CLERK IN CERTIFIED
FUNDS NO LATER THAN TEN
(10) DAYS FROM THE DATE
OF SALE.

THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER, OR
BIDDERS, ATTHE SALE WILL BE
REQUIRED TO PLACE THE REQ-
UISITE STATE DOCUMENTARY
STAMPS ON THE CERTIFICATE
OF TITLE DATED this 26 day of
July, 2005.

LINDA HAYES COOK '
Clerk of the Court

BY: K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk

As published in the Washington
County News August 3, 10,
2005.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA

IN RE: ESTATE OF JONAS MACI-
JAUSKAS

Deceased.

PROBATE DIVISION

File Number: 67-05-CP109
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Adminis-
tration has been entered In the
estate of JONAS MACIJAUSKAS,
deceased, File Number 67-05-
CP109, by the Circuit Court for


Washington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which Is Post Office Box 647,
Chipley, Florida 32428; that the
total cash value of the estate is
$10,000.00 and that the names
and addresses of those to whom
it has been assigned by such
order are:
Name
Joana Macljauskas
Address
3989 ChapelAvenue
Chipley, Florida 32428
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's es-
.tate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims,
. ..i.:n-., : ju, of this notice
' I r.Ew muji nil their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons having
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent and un-
liquidated claims, 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.
The date of the first publication
of this Notice is the 3rd day of
August, 2005.
Attorney for Person Giving No-
tice:
William J. Mongoven
Post Office Box 187
Chipley, Florida 32428
Florida Bar Number 56062
(850)638-0951
Person Giving Notice:
Joana Macijauskas
3989 Chapel Avenue
Chipley, Florida 32428
As published in the Washington
County News August 3, 10,
2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT
CASE NO. 67-05-CA-357
BRUCE BATTON a/k/a
BRUCE E. BATTON, and his
wife, PATRICIA BATTON,
a/k/a PATRICIA L. BATTON,
Plaintiffs,
-vs-
MARY LUE JEPSON a/k/a
MARY JEPSON,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARY LUE JEPSON, a/k/a
MARY JEPSON
C/O DONNA PERRY
2411 FIFTH STREET
PUEBLO, COLORADO 81003
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to quiet title on
the following described real
property, to-wit:
Lot 5, Block 497 of Sunny Hills
Unit Eight, a subdivision ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages
88-101, of the Public Records of
Washington County, Florida.
has been filed against you,
and you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses, If
any, to it, on GERALD HOLLEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff, whose ad-
dress is P.O. Box 268, Chlpley,
Florida, 32428; and file the
original with the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before
September 2, 2005; otherwise
a Judgment may be entered
against you for the relief de-
manded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court on 1 August, 2005.
LINDA H. COOK
CLERK OF COURT
BY: J C Rogers
Deputy Clerk
As published in the Washington
County News on August 3, 10,
17,24,2005.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT.
CASE NO. 67-05-CA-358
BRUCE BATTON a/k/a
BRUCE E. BATTON, and his
wife, PATRICIA BATTON,
a/k/a PATRICIA L. BATTON,
Plaintiffs,
-vs-
JOHN A. BRITZ, ROSE BRITZ,
and BARBARA ANN
STARLICK,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JOHN A BRITZ
178 BLAIR LANE
INVERNESS, ILLINOIS 60067
ROSE BRITZ
178 BLAIR LANE
INVERNESS, ILLINOIS 60067


BARBARA ANN STARLICK
178 BLAIR LANE
INVERNESS, ILLINOIS 60067
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to quiet title on
the following described real
property, to-wit:
Lot 10, Block 497 of Sunny
Hills Unit Eight, a subdivision
according to the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages
88-101, of the Public Records of
Washington County, Florida.
has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any, to
it, on GERALD HOLLEY, Attorney
for Plaintiff, whose address is P.O.
Box 268, Chipley, Florida, 32428;
and file the original with the Clerk
of the above styled Court on
or before September 2, 2005;
otherwise a judgment may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court on 1 August, 2005.
LINDA H. COOK
CLERK OF COURT
BY: J C Rogers
Deputy Clerk
As published in the Washington
County News on August 3, 10,
17, 24, 2005.
Legal Advertisement
Tharp & Sons Mini Storage in
Chlpley will hold either a private
or public sale on these units
according to the Fl. Statue 83.
Tenants will have until 8/18/05 to
claim their unit by paying in full
No Checks.
1. Janice Shumake
Chipley Fl
2. Stacey Tyres
Chipley Fl
3. Penny Fortune
Chipley, Fl
4. Dennis Mertens
Phenxis, Fl
5. Amanda Boone
Chipley, F.
6. (Unknown unit)
7. Scott Wilson
Cottondale Fl
8. Edward Gilyard
Chipley FI
9. Lany Brasher
Ebro, Fl
As published in the Washington
County News on August 3, 10,
2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION


Case No. 67-05-CP-121

In Re: Estate of
ARTHUR E. POWELL,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDSAGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:

You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary Administra-
tion has been entered in the
estate of ARTHUR E. POWELL,
deceased, Case No. 67-05-CP-
121, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Washington County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Post Office
Box 647, Chipley, Florida 32428-
0647; the decedent's date of
death was September 10, 2003;
that the total value of the estate
is $8,938.00 and that the names
and addresses of those to whom
It has been assigned by such
order are:

Maria A. Powell,
1990 Daring Circle NE,
Atlanta. Georgia 30345


As published in the Washington
County News August 10, 17,
2005

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY

CIRCUIT CIVIL CASE NO. 67-
05-CA-305

WACHOVIA BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, successor by
merger with SouthTrust Bank;
National Association,

Plaintiff,



VICTOR WESTON DUVALL,
et. al.,

Defendants.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: VICTOR WESTON DUVALL
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
2272 Obert Road
Cottondale, FL 32431

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mortgage
on the following property in Wash-
ington County, Florida:

Lots 1, 2, and 3 in the Mc-
GEACHY ADDITION TO THE
TOWN OF CHIPLEY, FLORIDA,
in the NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec-
tion 4, Township 4 North, Range
13 West, according to the plat on
file in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Washington
County, Florida.

TOGETHER WITH all the im-
provements now or hereafter
erected on the property, and
all easements, rights, appurte-
nances, rents, royalties, mineral,
oil and gas rights and profits,
water rights and stock and all
fixtures now or hereafter attached
to the property.

has been filed against you and
you are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
on or before September 9, 2005
or 30 days after the first publica-
tion of this Notice, on Gerald D.
Davis, Holland, & Knight LLP,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose address
is 200 Central Ave., Suite 1600,
St. Petersburg, FL 33701, and
file the original with this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereaf-
ter; otherwise a default will be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint. This
notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive
weeks in the Washington County
News.

WITNESS my hand and the seal
of this Court on August 3, 2005.

LINDA COOK
Clerk of the Court

By: K. McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk

As published In the Washington
County News August 10, 17,
2005.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY FLOR-
IDA PROBATE DIVISION


All other creditors of the decedent
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 CLAIMS FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of first publication of this
Notice is August 10, 2005.

Attorney for 'Personal Repre-
sentative:
H. Cranston Pope J.D., LL.M.
Attorney for Petitioner
Florida Bar No. 0582409
438 North Cove Boulevard
P.O. Box 1609
Panama City, Florida 32402-
1609
850 784-9174

Personal Representative:
James Allen Tiller
P.O. Box 9086
Panama City Beach, FL 32417

As published in the Washington
County News August 10, 17,
2005.

In The Circuit Court Of The
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit In
And For Washington County,
Florida

Case No.: 67-05-CA-410

MCH 103; FL Corp., Trustee
Plaintiffs

vs

Belen F. Benedicto (as to Parcel
1); John D. Nagy; Edith Nagy (as
to Parcel 2); at. al.
Defendants

Notice of Action

TO:
As to Parcel 1
Belen F. Benedicto;
c/o Cesar Benedicto
13855 S.W. Farmington Road
105
Beverton, Oregon 97005
Lot 10, Block 367, Sunny Hills Unit
6, Plat Book 2, Pages 77-84,
Property I.D. -06-367-10, public
records of Washington County,
Florida

As to Parcel 2:
John D. Nagy;
6135 98th Street
Rego Park, New York 11374
Edith Nagy;
6135 98th Street
Rego Park, New York 11374
Lot 16, Block 356, Sunny Hills Unit
6, Plat Book 2, Pages 60-76
Property I.D. 6-356-16, public
records of Washington County,
Florida

And, as to each and all defen-
dants: if alive, or, if dead, his
or her unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, successors,
if any, and as to any entity holding
title, and all other parties claiming
by, through, under, or against
them, and all parties claiming
any right, title, or interest in the
property described.


AND, TOALL PERSONS WHOM
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS IN RE: ESTATE OF JAMES ITMAYCONCERN:
ARE NOTIFIED THAT: EDWIN TILLER


All creditors of the estate of the
decedent and persons having
claims or demands against the
estate of the decedent other
than those for whom provision
for full payment was made In the
Order of Summary Administra-
tion must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, ALL CLAIMS
AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED,

The date of first publication of this
Notice Is August 10, 2005.

Attorney for the Person Giving
Notice:
KERRY ADKISON
Post Office Box 669
Chlpley, Florida 32428
(850) 638-2643
Florida Bar No. 0843253

Person Giving Notice:
MARIA A. POWELL
1990 Dering Circle NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30345


File No. 2005-115-CP

Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

The administration of the estate
of JAMES EDWIN TILLER, de-
ceased, who drowned, and was
found on July 6, 2005 is pending
in the Circuit Court for Wash-
ington County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is PO. Box 647, Chipley, Florida
32428. The names and addresses
of the personal representative
and the personal representative's
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.


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to quiet title has been filed
against you with regard to the
property described above,
You are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if any,
on Plaintiff's attorney whose
name and address Is as follows:
Jerry Benjamin, 4780 Dolphin
Cay Lane S., #103, St. Peters-
burg, FL 33711-4676.

or before the 19th day of Sep-
tember, 2005, and file the original
with the Clerk of the Court at the
same time otherwise a judge-
ment will be entered for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.

Dated this 1st day of August,
2005.

Clerk of Circuit Court
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit
Washington County, Florida.

K. McDaniel
Deputy Clerk

As published in the Washington
County News August 10, 17, 24,
31,2005.


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Wednesday, August 10, 2005, Washington County News, 11A


Friday wrecks
Left: A vehicle is loaded on a flatbed after it wrecked on 1-10 Friday afternoon. Right: Wausau Volunteer Fire-
fighters go to the assistance of a pickup truck that rolled later that afternoon.
.. ,

Grease fire ;.
William and Laura Oliver
of Ponce de Leon were ::.. :.
making breakfast when : -'::
a grease fire started their A -,
kitchen on fire. "I left the
kitchen for a second when Wtp
I returned, it was up in a
blaze" said Oliver. Oliver
called 911 after trying to .
put the fire out himself. '
Walton County EMS and
Ponce de Leon Volunteer > ..- -
Fire Department, as well
as Walton County units,
responded to the call. ,.

...A 'A "*


AMVETS pageant
The second annual Fall Amateur Pageant sponsored by
AMVETS Post 007 will be held Sept. 17.
Pick up entry forms at AMVETS Post 007, 1156
Jackson Ave., Chipley, Fla. 32428. For more information,
call Lisa at (850) 638-4126.

Shooting
Jackson County Sheriff's Office reported that on Au
gust 5, Michael Holton, 32, of Bascom was shot in the
head at a residence on Kirkland Road.
.As the investigation developed, a warrant for at-
tempted murder was issued for Frederick A. Holton, 29.
of Dothan, Ala.
Frederick Holton turned himself in to an officer at the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office on August 8.

Medicare info
Social Security Administration will present work
shops to learn more about Medicare Part D prescription
drug plan. They will be held at the Council on Aging in
Chipley. Attendees will be given an opportunity to sign
up for Medicare Part D, at that time.
Workshops will be held on Aug. 31, Sept. 21, and Oct.
12, all classes will begin at 9 a.m.
To reserve a place, call the Washington County Coun.
cil on Aging at (850) 638-6216 or 638-6217.

Chipley VFD
The monthly meeting of Chipley Fire Department will
be held 6:30 p.m. Aug. 11 at the fire department, 1430
Jackson Avenue in Chipley.
All interested citizens are invited to be present.


BUDGET
Continued from page 1A
budget would decrease by
13.6 percent.

*Building maintenance:
Contractual service would
be reduced for cleaning
service. The operational
budget would increase by
two percent, and the over-
all budget would increase
by 2.7 percent. There
would be a $5,000 con-
tingency fund and $5,000
budgeted for small tools.
*Comprehensive plan-
ning: Both the operational
and total budgets would
increase by two percent.
There would be discus-
sion about adding another
phone line and a new em-
ployee..
*Computer department:
The operational budget
would increase by two per-
cent, but the overall budget
would decrease 2.1 percent
overall.
*Parks and Recreation
would have a 48 percent
decrease in its budget,
with a two percent increase
in the operational budget.
The recreational facilities
budget would be $44,000.
*Veterans service would
get a two percent increase
in its operational budget
and 4.2 percent in its over-
all budget.
*The Ag Center bud-
get would be increased
to $20,500 for the lease/
purchase of a new vehicle,
and $112,070 would be
transferred from the gen-
eral fund.


*Animal control: The
overall budget is $100,000.
As per an agreement be-
ing drawn up with Dr.
Todd Anderson, animal
control services will be
for $42,000 based on 120
animals a year.
*Building department:
Request for an additional
employee, and an overall
budget of $130,728. The
department is funded by
permit fees.
*E911: 2.4 percent bud-
get increase.
*EMA: Operational bud-
get would increase two
percent, overall budget
would increase by 12.4
percent. Salaries would
be adjusted for new job
descriptions.
*Public libraries: request
for an additional employee
and a 6.5 percent budget
increase.
*Recycling runs off a
$188,000 grant.
*Public works: Request
for funding a clerical/
inventory position and
review employee job
classifications, as well as
equipment sales/purchase
policies. The overall bud
get would increase 2.5 per
cent and the overall shop
budget would increase 1.4
percent.
*There will be no trans-
portation trust fund con-
tingency; the general fund
will be balanced with a
$271,307.
First budget hearing is
on September 13, at 5:05
p.m. and the final hearing
will be on September 27, at
5:05 p.m.


CHIPLEY
Continued from page 1A
age number of respondents
is 9.6.
The board test for Fire-
fighter I was given August
9. There have been 120
free smoke alarms given


COUNTY
Continued from page 1A
are just like they have al-
ways been."
Hagan said that there
are very qualified people
ready to do a good job, and
they want a uniform policy
and better communication.
'We need work on commu-
nication," the report said.
Hagan said that there
appears to be improvement
regarding hiring policy, but
more input is still needed
from supervisors on hir-
ing, decisions. The same
goes for new projects and
their impact on budget and
resources.
Employees also need to
realize how much they are
benefitting from the ben-
efits package.


out since April 22. A 50/50
grant has been received
from the Division of For-
estry for equipment.
*Heard a report from City
Administrator Jim Morris
on various projects. For the
state-funded sewer-system
improvements, the City is


Hagan said that whether
a promise was made by a
former or present commis-
sioner, many employees
feel that promises have not
been kept. "When this hap-
pens the employee loses
confidence in the BCC or
BCC member and once
again morale takes a hit.
"Employees need to be
heard, appreciated and
Communicated with."
*Equipment: There are
over 100 pieces of equip-
ment, with one piece rated
"excellent" and about half
rated as "good." All grad-
ers and dump trucks are
out of warranty, and with
some of the equipment
10-15 years old, "expect to
see the shop budget go up
drastically. Only the good


waiting for a meeting with
BDI to confirm if spending
can begin for construction
and knowledge of the 201
Plan; other properties are.
being tested; the City has
a contract for Phase I and
construction should begin
in the September-October


work of our shop staff
keeps it going."
Hagan recommended
rotating the vehicles used
by supervisors due to wear
and tear. Concern was not-
ed about equipment going
out of warranty. A vehicle
is needed to tow the ce-
ment mixer, and special-
ized vehicles to pull chip-
pers, mowers and brush
cutters need to be kept in
service.
Operations: Hagan
called the great amount of
work done by the crews
"one of the best-kept se-
crets in the county.
"I was nothing less than
amazed to see how much is
already being done in spite
of the load that needs to be
done," Hagan reported.


time frame.
The new water tank is
online. The engineers are
working on pressure prob-
lems related to elevation.
The Old City Library
Historical Preservation
Grant contract has been
signed and submitted.


Employees maintain
over 1,000 miles of road-
way, and each year routine
maintenance is increased
and special projects are
added. "Much of the pri-
mary work of the depart-
ment suffers when special
projects are undertaken."
Hagan noted that PW
does work for schools,
churches, park sites, mu-
nicipalities and other agen-
cies. Some of these agen-
cies, including Parks and
Recreation and the City
of Chipley, do reciprocal
work for the county.
"Public Works is primar-
ily a maintenance opera-
tion," Hagan noted. When
PW gets other projects
it takes away from its
production. Doing other


The $50,000 grant was
awarded and construction
is underway.
Phase IV of the FDOT
gateway landscape proj-
ect is in the design phase.
Funding is set at $260,000
with completion by Janu-
ary 31, 2006. Review and


jobs causes maintenance
to fall behind. Hagan rec-
ommended contracting
out new construction and
resurfacing, which will
complete the job faster,
provide a warranty and
minimize interruption of
maintenance.
Hagan also told the
Board that new projects
and crews need to be bud-
geted.
"If the BCC acts to
start a new program or
hire new positions, but
doesn't establish a budget
for it, some other part of
your operation will suffer
because funds have to be
transferred."

*Summary: Hagan said
he came to similar conclu-


necessary modifications
are underway.
*Set the budget hear-
ing and TRIM schedule.
A budget workshop is set
for September 8 at 4 p.m.
Final millage and budget
will be set on September
26 at 5 p.m.


sions to the GSG study in
2002, which he read after
largely drawing his own
conclusions.
He said he did not want
to make many recommend.
dations yet, and wanted
spend more time one-on-
one with the employees
(which he said he planned
to do so as to not disrupt
work schedules), in bud
get discussions, and with
County Administrator Pete
Herbert and the Board.
Hagan said that areas he
believes need to be looked
at include the maintenance
shop, salary and classifica-
tion schedules, personnel
and operational policy.
equipment rotation plan.
ning and budget prepara-
tion and management.










12A, Washington County News, Wednesday, August 10, 2005


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This may not be the saw mill where Dick Knight was employed as a 14-year-old,
but it is one of Vernon's earlier ones where dozen of workers were able to make
an honorable living. Thanks to Mary Cathrin May for the picture.


The recent "prattle"
regarding the CCCs has
prompted many comments
approving of the article.
It has also brought about
mention of other Federal
government projects of the
New Deal Era of President
Franklin D. Roosevelt.
One such program was
called WPA or Works
Projects Administration.
It was based on the "need"
to work and limited hours
were allowed to those who
participated in the program;
thus getting more people
on the payroll.
The main "works" in-
volved in this effort was
road building. Men in a
particular community liter-
ally "manned" their own
shovels, walked to a job
site, and spent the whole
day shoveling dirt for the
road contractor.
Hester recalls her dad,
Herbert Lucas, participat-
ing in this program and
he was happy to get the
job in order to support his
family. Herbert worked
on the WPA during the
construction of Highway
79 through Holmes County
during the late 1930s and
C.C. Moore Construction
Company was the main
contractor. The going rate
of pay was $1 per day.
Rex T. Yates, who is
still going strong as he
approaches age 90, re-
ports his experience with
WPA. He worked on the
construction of Highway
77, furnished two mules
and a "slide" for picking
up dirt, and was paid the
astronomical amount of $4
per day! Rex reports Ernest
Marshall of Vernon was his
'boss" on that job.
Leon Sexton readily
admits his father did some
WPA work and was glad
to get it. Leon openly de-
scribes his family as "share
croppers" who moved
practically every year, as
was the practice of share
croppers. Leon wrote a
regular column in Faye
and John Middleton's Ver-
non paper a few years back


Checkpoints
The Florida Highway
Patrol will be conducting
driver license and vehicle
inspection on roadways
in Holmes, Jackson, and
Washington counties dur-
ing the month of August
2005.
Troopers will concen-
trate their efforts on ve-
hicles being operated with
defects such as bad brakes,
worn tires, and defective
lighting equipment. Atten-
tion will also be directed
to drivers who violate
the driver license laws of
Florida.
The following check-


entitled "Wagon Tracks."
He said he got ,the name
for his writings from the
fact that the regular moves
of his family were done
by horse or mule-drawn
wagons. I am attempting
to motivate Leon to write a
family story for the Wash-
ington County Heritage
Book on the subject.
Workers on WPA were
subjected to some ridicule,
as the project was not one
with acceptance and ap-
proval, as was the CCC.
One of those demeaning
slurs to the workers was
that WPA meant "We Pid-
dle Around." With all the
criticism, it put food on the
table for many who would
not have had it otherwise.
At the regular first-Mon-
day-in-the-month Vernon
Alumtitii Ineeting held Aug.
1, the Knight brothers -
Thomas and Dick got in
on the discussion of WPA
and PWA. Dick insists the
latter was for women. I did
not remember that. He also
reports getting in on the
action of a Federal gov-
ernment agency when the
Federal Wage and Hour
Law stepped into a Ver-
non sawmill operation and
found him, as a 14 year old
boy, being paid $2 per day,
when adults were receiving
$3 daily. I think the end re-
sult was him losing his job
rather than collecting the
"big" money. Of course,
Dick went on to the big
time construction work,
but probably had to abide
by that same Wage and
Hour Law throughout his
work experience.
Thomas Knight, my
1944 Vernon High School
classmate, used his training
as a mechanical engineer,
to secure a responsible job
at a Perry paper mill where,
no doubt, many Federal re-
strictions were imposed on
the operation.
Dick Knight and wife,
Elaine, along with Thomas
Knight and wife, Lorainne,
are "regulars" at the
monthly Vernon Alumni
get-together, as is Rex


points have been found to
be an effective means of
enforcing the equipment
and driver license laws of
Florida:
State Roads; 10, 71, 81,
2, 277, 286, 273, 79, 276,
73, 77, 69.
County Roads; 164,
185, 173, 69A, 165, 167,
177, 169, 284, 279, 165A,
162, 179, 181, 271, 276,
280, 177A, and Snow Hill
Road.

Food distribution
Save the Children
Christian Center will dis-
tribute food in Washington
County from 10:30 a.m. 2


Yates. Thus far, no com-
mitment from the Knight
brothers for a heritage
story, however, they could
come forward with some
good ones. If Rex Yates
doesn't write his own story,
there is a strong likelihood
that the book will contain
some information on this
man who holds volumes of
Washington County history
in his head.
Another President Roos-
evelt "pump priming" gov-
ernmental program worthy
of mentioning was NYA,
National Youth Adminis-
tration. It was designed for
the needy youth of the land
and that included about ev-
eryone. This program was
administered in schools
and gave a select few
students rather meaning-
less jobs, such as dusting
erasers, and other mun-
dane tasks. I saw this pro-
gram in action at Brackin
School, as well as Vernon
High Schobl.
The participants won't
be named, as there seemed
to be some stigma attached
when a student was outside
dusting erasers, or inside
washing the school black-
board, when others were
out romping, playing and
enjoying "recess" or the
lunch hour.
The NYA slogan was
"We Do Our Part." I named
my brother, Jim, "NYA"
when he threw the pitch-
fork over to me to finish
loading the wagon with
cane "pummies" to be
hauled into the barn, tell-
ing his younger brother
"it's your turn, I've done
my part."
Heritage Book
Maybe this writing will
bring back memories to
you of other work pro-
grams that possibly revived
a stagnant economy in the
Great Depression years and
maybe will prompt a fam-
ily or topical heritage story
Sfor The Heritage Book of
Washington County that
now has a FINAL cut-off
date for stories of Sept. 1.
See you all next week.


p.m., on Sept. 22 and 23, at
the Center located at 805
N. Main Street in Chipley.

Smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire De-
partment is offering free
smoke alarms to local
residents.
Applicants must stop by
the Chipley Fire Depart-
ment at 1430 Jackson Av-
enue and pick up a form to
request the smoke alarm.
Fill out the form and
return it to the fire depart-
ment.
For more information,
call(850) 638-6301 or fax
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Beef Cattle/Forage Field Day
Mark your calendars and plan to attend the Third U- l
Annual Beef Cattle/Forage Field Day at the University '
of Florida/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences', I
(UF/IFAS) North Florida Research and Education Cen- ;
ter Beef Unit in Marianna, Fla., on Thursday, August 18, ;
2005.
The program will begin at 8 a.m. and will end at 3 p.m. :'"
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. :
The field day will include demonstrations along with i I
field tours of ongoing research.
Topics covered will include an update and demonstra- .
tion of the new Feed Efficiency Facility, the integration '
of cattle graziin ito a crop rotation scheme, fertilization ,
of pastures, eed control in pastures, an update on cool | i;
season forages, andn mineral supplementation of the cow ,
herd.
The NFREC-Beef Unit is located one mile west of
Greenwood, Fla. on state highway 162. For additional
information call (850) 482-9904 or (850) 482-1243. A
registration fee of $5 will be charged.
To register online, visit: http://nfrec.ifas.ufl.edu/
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Brecht-Monk wedding
Henrike Brecht of Hannover, Germany, and Don Monk
of Bonifay announce their marriage. The wedding cer-
emony and reception were held on May 21 in Freeport.
Henrike is the daughter of Joachim and Baerbel Brecht
of Germany. She is pursuing a Ph.D. in Disaster Science
and Management at LSU and is employed by the LSU
Hurricane Center.
Don, a Bonifay native, is the son of Ronald Monk and
Bonnie Birge of Bonifay and Sarah and Rick McWaters
of Freeport. He is pursuing a Ph.D. in Finance at Tulane
University. He is a 1991 graduate of Holmes County
High School.
The couple resides in New Orleans.


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Prescott-Richardson engagement
Leslie and Carolyn Prescott of Chipley, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Jessica Leigh Prescott, to
Zachary Lee Richardson, son of Jan Hughes of Athens,
Ga., and Ted Richardson of Cumming, Ga.
The bride-elect's grandparents are Myrtle Peel and the
late James Earl Peel, and Addison and Ann Prescott, all
of Chipley.
Jessica is a 1997 graduate of Chipley High School.
She currently employed with the Florida Department of
Transportation.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Clarence
and Hilda Lavender of Winterville, Ga., and Nancy
Richardson and the late Joe Richardson, of Chattanooga,
Tenn.
Richardson is a 1998 graduate of Cedar Shoals High
School in Athens, Ga. He joined the Marine Corps in
1999, and graduated in 2000 from Young Harris College
where he received an associate of science degree. He is
also a 2004 graduate of the University of Georgia, re-
ceiving a bachelor of science degree in biology.
Zach has been on active duty with the Marines for one
year and has served six months in Iraq.
A spring 2006 wedding is planned. The couple will
reside in Cumming, Ga. after the ceremony.

Guardian ad Litem Program
The Guardian ad Litem Program is seeking volunteers
to represent the best interest of abused and neglected
children in our community.
Volunteers are need in Jackson, Calhoun, Holmes and
Washington counties.
If you have a few hours a month to help an abused
child, please call 482-9127, 674-2799, or 638-6043.
Training begins soon.

TCC board meets
Tri-County Community Council, Inc., board of direc-
tors will meet on Thursday, Aug. 1, at 6 p.m. The meet-
ing will be held at Willie Dee's Restaurant in Bonifay.

Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival
The annual Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival on Oct. 21-
23 promises a great time for the entire family with enter-
tainment, the highest quality fine art and home handcrafts
and a staggering array of food concessions.
The Mullet Festival is held at the intersection of High-
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Jared D.
Stufflestreet
Jared D. Stufflestreet has
joined the United States f
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The pro- / :
gram gives young men and -a *
women the opportunity to -
delay entering active duty .
for up to one year.
Stufflestreet, a 2004"
graduate of Vernon High
School, Fla., will report to
Fort Benning, Columbus, ,
Ga., for active duty on Au-
gust 11.
He is the son of Connie
Haskins of Haskins Drive,
Vernon, and William D.
Stufflestreet of Stewart
Point Drive, Blountstown. Jared D. Stufflestreet

April D. Lindsey
Navy Seaman April D. Lindsey, daughter of Barbara E.
and Kenny L. Lindsey of Ponce De Leon, Fla., recently
returned from deployment while assigned to the aircraft
carrier USS Carl Vinson, homeported in Norfolk, Va.
Lindsey and more than 7, 600 of her shipmates of the
Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group deployed to the Persian
Gulf in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and
the Global War on Terrorism.
Carl Vinson and Carrier Air Wing 9 launched more
than 6, 500 sorties, totaling more than 20, 000 flight
hours in support of OIF and maritime security opera-
tions. Lindsey's unit made port visits in Manama, Bah-
rain, Dubai, and United Arab Emirates. They also con-
ducted 13 community relations projects, helping to build
schools, shelters and churches.
Lindsey is a 2001 graduate of Ponce De Leon High
School of Ponce De Leon, and joined the Navy in March
2004.

James D. Jarrard
Army Sgt. James D. Jarrard has returned to Fort Drum,
Watertown, N.Y., after being deployed to Iraq in support
of Operations Iraqi Freedom.
The redeployed soldier, along with other soldiers from
various companies within the 2nd Battalion, 15th Field
Artillery Regiment, are members of the 2nd Brigade
Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infan-
try) at Fort Drum. All of the soldiers were awarded the
Global War on Terrorism Medal, the Global War on Ter-
rorism Expeditionary Medal, and the National Defense
.Service Medal for their participation in Operations Iraqi
Freedom.
Jarrard, a team leader who was recently promoted to
sergeant, has four years of military service. He is the son
of Sharon M. Skinner-Jarrard of Skinner Road, Westville,
and James E. Jarrard of Marianna. The sergeant is a 1998
graduate of Walton High School, Defuniak Springs.

Florida troops on the

front line in Afghanistan


CAMP PHOENIX, Af-
ghanistan With dignitar-
ies from the United States
and Afghan Army and the
acting U. S. ambassador
to Afghanistan looking
on, U.S. Army Brig. Gen.
Richard Moorhead offi-
cially transferred authority
for command of Coalition
Joint Task Force Phoenix
to U. S. Army Brig. Gen.
John M. Perryman at a cer-
emony held here July 29.
The official casing of the
colors for CJTF Phoenix III
marked the culmination of
a highly successful and re-
warding year-long deploy-
ment for the 76th Infantry
Brigade from the Indiana
Army National Guard.
During its watch, the
76th Infantry Brigade
oversaw the accelerated
expansion of the Afghan
National Army and facili-
tated the'training and men-
toring of more than 16,000
new soldiers to serve the
Afghan people.
CJTF Phoenix IV is
comprised of Army Na-
tional Guard contingents
from Florida, Kentucky,
Tennessee, Nebraska, Iowa
and Vermont, as well as
individual Guard Soldiers
from other states and mem-
bers of the U.S. Army Re-
serve, U.S. Marine Corps,
U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force
and six Coalition nations.
Under the direction of
Perryman and the staff of
the 53rd Infantry Brigade
from the Florida Army Na-
tional Guard, the task force
will continue to train and
mentor the Afghan Nation-
al Army so it can conduct


sustained, independent op-
erations in support of the
Afghan government.
The main focus is sup-
port of the Training Assis-
tance Group at the Kabul
Military Training Center
and the nearly 300 officers
and non-commissioned
officers who comprise the
Embedded Trainer Teams
located with Afghan Na-
tional Army kandaks bat-
talion-sized units around
the country.


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Mitchell drives a
million miles
One million miles is
equivalent to 40.1 trips
around the earth, and Wil-
lie Mitchell of Caryville
has driven that distance
three times...and done it
safely.
Mitchell and his wife,
Edna, received an all-ex-
pense paid trip to Hawaii
(or the cash equivalent), a
gold watch, a plaque, a tro-
phy, a leather jacket, a hat,
a belt buckle plus special

The heart of a
champion
Sensei Jack Morris,
father of Jamie Morris of
Bonifay, ranks eighth de-
gree black belt, one of the
highest ranking black belts
in the world. Morris has
won over 100 tournaments,
appeared in over 11 dif-
ferent television and radio
shows, and has had cover-
age in over seven different
national magazines.
Morris has over 35 years
of martial art experience
and was a former teammate
of the legendary eight-time
world heavy weight karate
champion-Joe Lewis. But
the heart of this champion
isn't karate, it's Christ.
"It's all for God's glory."
says Jamie.
Touring within his com-
munity, Morris teaches
karate tactics while shar-
ing his faith in Christ with
adults, children and youth.
"When the Lord calls me I
go," said Morris.

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Morris began teaching
in Philadelphia when his
pastor called him to travel
to different churches shar-
ing about his faith in Christ
through his skill in karate.
It wasn't long before Mor-
ris began his own minis-
try...Karate for Christ.
In 1996 Morris opened
his own school in Talla-
hassee and began teaching
Kenpo full time.


Members of Chipley High School class of 1985 will
gather to celebrate their 20th class reunion during the
weekend of Homecoming 2005, scheduled for Nov. 4-5..
Help is needed to locate all of the class members. "
If you are a graduate of the class of 1985, or if you
have any information about a graduate from that class,
contact Teresa Enfinger Barfield at tbarfield@wfeca.net.


Pulling for Education
The fifth annual Holmes Valley Heritage/Pulling for
Education will be on Saturday, October 8. Gates open at
8 a.m. Admission for adults will be $5 with children 12
and under admitted free. All exhibitors will be admitted
free. There will be a $5 hook fee for those participating
in the various pulls.
There will be lots of vendors and displays of antique
farm equipment and tractors. A 1912 Case Steam Trac
tion Engine will be on display and run during the show. If
all goes well, the kids will get to ride on the steam trac
tion engine during the show.
Any one needing additional information about the
show may call 850-535-2426 or email pullingforeducat
ion@yahoo.com. For vendor information, please contact
Deborah Metz Andrews at 850-638-4606.

Diabetes workshop
Wallace Community College is offering a diabetes
workshop August 12, from 8 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
The workshop, titled "Living With Diabetes: A Guide
to Understanding the Basics of Diabetes Care," is open
to all health care'professionals and the general public
Nurses, social workers, physical and occupational thera
pists, counselors, medical assistants, pharmacists and
nursing home and assisted living facility administrators

will receive continuing education credits. Participants
will gain a better understanding of the basic facts of
diabetes, including complications and how to control the
disease through diet.
Registration is .$65 by the August 10 deadline. Late
registration is $75. The seminar will be held in the LPN
Auditorium at the Wallace Campus in Dothan. To regis-
ter, call Connie Shepard at 556-2205.

WC Farm Bureau meeting
Washington County Farm Bureau has scheduled its an-
nual meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, August 18, at the
Washington County Agricultural Center.
The evenings activities will begin with dinner fol-
lowed by a brief business meeting. The final event will
be an entertaining representation by a dynamic ten year
old story teller, "Alabama Sam."
In order that adequate preparations can be made, mem
bers are encouraged to confirm their attendance by noti-
fying the Farm Bureau Office at (850)638-1756, no later
than noon Monday August 15.


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Frederick C. Ross, 77
Frederick Charles Ross
of Chipley died at his
home there July 31.
Mr. Ross had lived in
Chipley since 1980, when
he moved from Buf-
falo, NY. He was a retired
welder for General Motors
Corp. He was a Methodist
by faith.
A memorial service
will be held on Thursday,
August 4 at 11 a.m. in the
chapel of Brown Funeral
Home, the Rev. Dalton Ott
officiating. Memorializa-
tion will be by cremation,
Brown Funeral Home di-
recting.
He served in the Ko-
rean conflict and was in
the Merchant Marines. He
was preceded in death by
his daughter, Lynne Marie
Croft.
Survivors include his
wife, Inga, of Chipley; a
son, Roy Ross and wife
Barbara of Chipley; broth-
er-in-law Ralph Larson
and wife Lorraine; two
cousins, Laura MacDonald
and Eveline MacDonald.
I.C. Bradley, 76
J.C. "Doodle" Bradley,
76, of Westville passed
away Saturday, August 6 at
his home.
Funeral services were
Monday, August 8, in the
Sorrells Funeral Home
Chapel in Geneva, AL,
with the Rev. Steve Bor-
oughs officiating. Burial
followed in Campground
Cemetery with Sorrells
Funeral Home of Geneva
directing.
Mr. Bradley was born
January 28, 1929 in Hol-
mes County to the late
Jody and Jewell Bowers
Bradley. He retired from
the Holmes County Road
Department as a ,motor
grader operator.
"Doodle" was an avid
fisherman and an accom-
plished cattle farmer. He
was of the Assembly of
God faith.
In addition to his par-
ents, three brothers, Ce-
phus, Dalton and Leslie
Bradley, as well as a sister,
Alberta Smith preceded
him in death.
Survivors include his
wife of 55 years, Estelle
Skinner Bradley; four
daughters and sons-in-law,
Christine and Tony Tow-
son of Macon, Ga., Irene
and Mike Cole, Darlene,
and Ralph Moody all of
Live Oak; Charlotte and
Nick McCaffrey of Enter-
prise, Ala,; one brother, the
Rev. Kenneth Bradley and
wife Ethelene; one sister,.
Ettie Bell Henderson all
of Westville; six grandchil-
dren, one great-grandson,
several nieces, nephews
and other extended family
as well as a multitude of
friends.
Vivian K. Lane, 75
Vivian Jeanette Kirkland
Lane of the Poplar Springs
community near Gracev-
ille died Aug. 1 at Gulf
Coast Medical Center fol-
lowing a brief illness. She
was born March 15, 1930,
in Geneva County, Ala.
When Vivian was 17,
she married Hollis Lane, a
WWII veteran, on July 18,
1947. They recently cel-
ebrated their 58th wedding
anniversary.
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years, as well as spending
many years working in the
fields with her husband
on the family farm. She
was an active member of
Bethel Baptist Church.
Survivors include her
husband, Hollis Lane;
one son and daughter-
in-law, Allan and Beth
Lane of Toccoa, Ga.; two
daughters and sons-in-law,
Brenda and Benny Bell of
Graceville, Vicki and Rick
Meredith of Dothan, Ala.;
two sisters, Cleo Adkinson
and Catherine Teal, both
of Hartford, Ala.; seven
grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Aug. 3 at Bethel Bap-
tist Church with the Revs.
Kent Lampp and Travis
Free officiating.
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
James & Lipford Funeral
Home of Graceville direct-
ing.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Bethel
Baptist Church Building
Fund, 1349 Highway 173,
Graceville, FL 32440.
Myrtis W. Williams, 76
Myrtis Ward Williams
of Columbia, S.C., died
there Aug. 5. She was born
May 9, 1929, in Graceville,
daughter of John T. Ward
and Pallie Ward.
She moved to Columbus
in 1948. She was of the
Baptist faith.
Williams was preceded
in death by her husband,
William Harvey Williams.
Survivors include a
daughter, Sylvia Williams
Sheftman; a brother, Wil-
liam James Ward; three
sisters, Mildred Ward
Kirkland, Mary Clyde
Ward Battistan and Evelyn,
Ward Reardon, and two
granddaughters.
A graveside service was
held Aug. 5 at Marvin Cha-
pel Cemetery in Graceville
with Dr. Bob Johnson of-
ficiating.
Williams Funeral Home
of Graceville was in charge
of arrangements.
Donna S. Ashmore, 51
Donna Sue Ashmore
of Bonifay died Aug. 1
at University of Alabama
Hospital in Birmingham,
Ala.
She was preceded
in death by her mother,
Waunell Miller Phillips,
and grandmother, Flossie
Miller Adams.
Survivors include
her husband, Ronald G.
Ashmore Sr. of Bonifay;
father, Donald Phillips of
Bonifay; three daughters,
Catrina Hicks and hus-
band, Todd, of Piedmont,
S.C., Crystal Redmon and
Brandi Mosley Anderson,
both of Bonifay; and five
grandchildren.
Services were held Aug.
4 in the funeral home cha-
pel with the Rev. Teddy
Joe Bias officiating.
Burial was in Bonifay
City Cemetery with Peel


Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Dean E. Shawley, 76
Dean Edgar Shawley of
Crawfordville died Aug. 3
in Tallahassee.
He was born in Belle-
fonte, Pa., and was a U.S.
Army veteran. He attended
Ivan Assembly of God
Church and was a mem-
ber of the Esther Masonic
Lodge No. 144 in Bonifay.
He worked as a utility re-
pairman for Sprint.
Shawley was preceded
in death by his first wife,
Estelle; a brother, David
Shawley, and a sister, Ver-
da Coakley.
Survivors include his
wife, Lency Spears Shaw-
ley of Crawfordville; a
son, Jimmy Lee and wife,
Ruth, of High Springs;
one stepson, Jimmy Spears
and wife, Arlene, of Craw-
fordville; three daughters,
Sharon Day and husband,
Frank, of Crawfordville,
Brenda Land and husband,
Bobby, of Ocala, Char-
lotte Skipper and husband,
Mike, of Dothan, Ala.; 1
stepdaughter, Katie Scott
of Crawfordville; a brother,
Johnny Shawley of Belle-
fonte; four sisters, Doris
Robinson, Dorothy Gar-
brick, Martha Reese and
Shirley Davidson, all of
Bellefonte; 15 grandchil-
dren, 15 great-grandchil-
dren and two great-great-
grandchildren.
Graveside services were
held Aug. 6 in Bonifay
City Cemetery with Har-
vey Young Funeral Home
of Crawfordville in charge
of arrangements.
Alice P. Jones, 89
Alice Leona Phillips
Jones of Graceville died
Aug. 3 at Santa Rosa
Medical Center in Milton.
She was born in March
27, 1916, in Graceville to
James Levin Phillips and
Vassie Suggs Phillips.
She was a charter
member of New Hope As-
sembly of God Church in
Graceville.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, John
Jones.
Survivors include four
daughters, Ruby Hazel
Jones Smith and husband,
Gene, Vera Mae Jones
Merritt Sasser and hus-
band, Olen, Nora Linda
Jones Johnson, Johnnie
Ruth Jones Eubanks and
husband, Charles; one son,
Huey Jones and wife, Sha-
ron; 15 grandchildren, 22
great-grandchildren, five
great-great-grandchildren
and many other family
members and friends.
Funeral services were
held Aug. 5 in the funeral
home chapel with Robert
Miles and Sean Miles of-
ficiating.
Burial was in the New
Hope Assembly of God
Church Cemetery in
Graceville with Williams
Funeral Home of Gracev-
ille directing.
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may be made to New Hope
Assembly of God Church
or the American Heart As-
sociation.
Kathryn M. Ellis, 57
Kathryn "Katie" Miller
Ellis of Wausau died July
22 at her home there. She
was born May 22, 1948, in
East Liverpool, Ohio, to
Robert and Beatrice De-
merling McCormick.
She had lived in Wausau
for the past 10 years, mov-
ing there from Ridge Man-
or. She was of the Baptist
faith and was a member
of Wausau First Baptist
Church. She was a photog-
rapher and wrote columns
for the Chipley Bugle.
She was preceded in
death by her parents.
Survivors include her
husband, Jim Ellis of
Wausau; two sons, Mike
Miller of Wausau and
Charlie Miller of Okla-
homa; three daughters,
Bridget Miller and Me-
lissa Miller, both of East
Liverpool, and Jessica
Ocasio of Tucson, Ariz.;
one sister, Peggy Botts of
Ridge Manor, and seven
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held in the funeral home
chapel July 24 with the
Revs. Ryan Roberts and
Michael Monk officiating.
Cremation followed un-
der the direction of Brown
Funeral home of Chipley.
Evelyn I Baxley, 67
Evelyn Ilene Baxley of
Vernon died Saturday, Au-
gust 6, at her residence.
She was born on Janu-
ary 14, 1937 in Detroit,
Mich. to Orville and Evely
Charlotte (Yettaw) Keiser.
She resided in Vernon for
the past 40 years, coming
from Clearwater. She was
of the Baptist faith and
attended Live Oak Baptist
Church.
She is survived by a
son, Thomas R. Templin
I of Slocomb, Ala.; two
daughters, Debra York of
Alabama and Derel Webb
of Vernon; a sister, JoAnn
Mueller of Bellaire Beach;
and 10 grandchildren.
Memorialization was
by cremation under the di-
rection of Brown Funeral
home of Chipley.





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CLOSED: Wausau Library, Vernon Library.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations 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 Ponce de Leon
Methodist Church, located on Main Street in Ponce de Leon.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at New Hope Volunteer
Fire Station, located on Highway 2 in Holmes County.
THURSDAY, August 11
7:30 a.m.-Washington County Chamber of Commerce breakfast.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
2 p.m. Hospice of the Emerald Coast grief support group, held at
Jackson County Public Library, 2929 Green Street, Marianna.
3 p.m.-Vernon Garden Club 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 FirstBaptist
Church educational annex building in Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay.
FRIDAY, August 12
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 reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, August 13
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, August 14
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board room at
Graceville Hospital in Graceville.
MONDAY, August 15
CLOSED: Holmes Clounty Library, Vernon Library, Wausau
Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
6:30 p.m.-Bonifay City Council meeting.
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.-Vernon City Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, August 16
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open. .
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
7 a.m.-Holmes County Chamber of Commerce breakfast
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club meeting.
6:30-Washington County Republican Party meeting held at 794
Third Street in Chipley.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous closed meeting, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.



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Announcements an 1~U!ti Ce ~ lebrations


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Attending the award ceremony for the Richard-
son scholarship are, from left, Loretta Richardson,
Courtney Ann May, Whitney Carmichael, Christo-
pher Jewel and Dr. W.W. Richardson. The scholar-
ship honors Dr. Richardson, who retired as a local
physician.

Three awarded scholarships
The Richardson Foundation awarded scholarships to
three young people July 29. They went to Whitney Car-
michael of Chipley, Courtney Ann May of Dothan, Ala.,
and Christopher Jewel of Dothan.
Whitney Carmichael, daughter of Wink and Lucy Car-
michael of Chipley, graduated from Chipley High School
in 2004 as valedictorian and received one of Chipola's
valedictorian scholarships. She is a member of Chipola
College's honor program.
Whitney plans to continue her studies at the University
of Florida, majoring in sports science. She would like to
work with injured athletes.
The Richardson Foundation is supported by tax-free
contributions which may be given in memory or honor of
some one. It was established to honor Dr. W.W. Richard-
son, who retired from the practice of medicine, and is for
students who plan a medically related career.

Seniors trip
Jackson County Seniors have a trip planned, August
21-25, to the World Premier Gospel Concert in Pigeon
Forge, Tenn.
There will be 42-plus national best gospel singers
to see and enjoy. Just a few of the artists scheduled to
perform are; Anchormen, Nelons, Karen Peck & New
River, Tim and Mary Lovelace, Squire Parsons, Ruppes,
Michael Combs, Brian Free & Assurance.
September 19-26, a tour is planned to the Pennsylva-
nia Amish in Lancaster, Penn.
Attractions on this tour will include Washington D.
C. to view monuments, Step On Tour Guide of Amish
countryside and homes, a play (Ruth) at the Millennium
Theater, Hershey's candy factory in Baltimiore, MD., In-
ner Harbor, a tour of Gettysburg Battlefield, a visit to the
grave of the late Patsy Cline in Mt. Airy, NC., and a tour
of Andy Griffith's (Mayberry) jail, and his home place,
Floyd's Barber Shop, and more.
For more information and reservations, contact Merita
Stanley, 4469 Clinton Street, Marianna, FL 32446 or call
(850) 482-4799

Kolmetz 40-year reunion
Descendants of Frederick and Rebecca Worley Kol-
metz will hold their 40-year family reunion at noon, Sat-
urday, Aug. 13, at Hinson Crossroads Fire Department.
Festivities begin with the Kolmetz song fest on Friday,
Aug. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Live Oak Baptist Church, locat-
ed on Highway 284 (Miller's Ferry Road). "Everyone is
welcome, come early for fellowship," said a spokesman.


Vernon High School's
graduating class of 1938
held its 19th consecutive
class reunion on June 24,
at a restaurant in Vernon.
There were the four sur-
viving class members, Lu-
cille Hightower Brackin,
Almeada May Snyder, Enid
Tiller Russ, and Gertrude
Dunn Weaver, along with
two special guests, Fannie
Lou Simmons Hightower
and friend Mary Vaughn.
After enjoying a catfish
dinner with all the trim-
mings, they "caught up" on
the past year's events and
reminisced about the many
happy times they shared
with classmates no longer
here, which included Ber-
nice Russ, Enid's husband
who passed away in 2004,
and Lucille's husband,
Eddy Brackin, who passed
away this year, and who,
along with her sister had
provided so many special
dinners and entertainment,
In the course of con-
versation, their attention
focused on those 1934-38
high school days when
the freshmen class began
its experiences in the two-
yeai-old school with eight
classrooms, an auditorium,


two bathrooms, principals
office, a small library and a
wood shed outback. There
was a staff of no-nonsense
teachers, and 16 academic
credits were needed to
graduate, with only on ex-
tra-curricular activity, bas-
ketball, that was coached
by the school principal,
Mercer Cox.
As the lunch hour ended,
plans were made for next
year and Lucille left the
class with these com-
ments," You know, we
were a Great Depression
class. Times were hard,
money was scarce, but we
thought that was normal.
We even had electricity to
run the bathrooms, water
fountains, and that electric
light that dangled from the
ceiling in our classrooms
as long as Clyde Hicks
kept the old Delco over in
town in running order. But
most of all, we had con-
cerned parents who kept
us in school, and teachers
who were determined that
we master those 16 aca-
demic credits. This pre-
pared us to go out into the
world and earn an honest
living. For this we should
be ever grateful."


American Wrestling Federation
The American Wrestling Federation returns to the T.J.
Roulhac Center in Chipley on Saturday, August 13 at 8
p.m. Proceeds benefit the T.J. Roulhac Center.
For information, call 850-638-7183; check out the
AWF Chipley message board at www.gulfcoastwrestlin
g.com, or the American Wrestling Federation fan site at
www.yahoo.com


Cooper
fund-raiser
A poker run and fund-
raiser will be held Aug.
20 at the Dixie Ironhorse
M.C.O. clubhouse for the
family of Corporal John R.
Cooper, U.S.M.C. Cooper,
21 years of age, he died
July 18, from a training
accident.
The 50/50-poker run
will start at 10 a.m. at the
clubhouse with three stops,
Its 5 O'clock Somewhere
in Dothan, Ala., Sams
Place on Hwy. 79, and
back to the clubhouse.
Maps and information will


be available at sign-in.
There will be food and.
door prizes all day with
ticket sales for give-aways.
Also an auction will be
held at 6 p.m. for larger
donated items.
The clubhouse is located
at the intersection of Hwy.
79 and 177, north of Hwy.
90 in Bonifay. Motorcycles
are not required. The pub-
lic is invited to attend. F
For more information,
call Loretta at 548-5590
(nights), Jimmy 547-4659,
or Sams at 547-3338.


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Carrie Madison
McClain
Carrie Madison Mc-
Clain celebrated her first
birthday on Wednesday,
July 27, with a Barney-
Baby-Bop theme party.
She is the daughter of
Ivey and Delicia McClain
of Chipley. Her maternal
grandparents are Kerry and
Ellen Collins of Wausau.
Paternal grandparents are
Lindell and Sonyl McClain
of Altha.


Carter Allen
Woodham
Carter Allen (Scoot)
Woodham celebrated his
first birthday on July 13.
He had with a Spider
man-theme party on July
23. He is the son of Ricky
and Karen Woodham of
Bonifay.
His paternal grand.
parents are Richard and
Joyce Woodham of Vernon.
Maternal grandparents are
James and Barbara Strick.
land of Chipley.


Save The Children Christian Center
Anyone interested in helping children hospitalized with
cancer in Pensacola can save their used postage stamps
and aluminum soda can tabs for Save The Children
Christian Center. They' will allow each child to remain
on their healing equipment for an extra ten minutes.
Postage stamps and can tabs can be dropped off at 805
Main Street in Chipley. Miss Annie will turn them into
the redemption center in Pensacola.

Buildings for Heritage Village
The Washington County Historical Society is helping
obtain buildings for the Heritage Village planned for
Daniels Lake. For information call Dorothy Odom at
638-0358.


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Giving TMJ Pain An Adjustment r Sart
You use the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) hundreds of times every day,
making it one of the most utilized structures in the human body. In fact, most
people use the TMJ approximately every three minutes every time they talk or
swallow. But what is it.
The TMJ is the joint where the lower jaw joins the skull, immediately in front
of the ear on each side of the head. In addition to its involvement in talking and
swallowing, the TMJ also moves whenever you bite down hard on something. With
this type of constant participation in common functions, it's no wonder TMJ pain can
be so frustrating.
But there are potential solutions to the anguish of TMJ pain, and evidence suggests
chiropractic may provide the best option. A recent study revealed that chiropractic treatment using
a specific adjusting instrument eased patients' discomfort after only three visits a week for two
weeks. Before treatment, patients reported TMJ-related symptoms lasting an average of eight
Years, but following chiropractic care, they experienced reduced pain and improvements in other
symptoms, with no noted side-effects.
If you're suffering from TMJ pain, isn't it good to know there is something you can do about it?
Make an appointment today.
Reference: DeVocht JW, Long CR, Zeitler DL, et al. Chiropractic treatment of
temporomandibular disorders using the Activator adjusting instrument: a prospective case series.
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Sept. 2003:26(7), pp421-5.
About our Practice
Our mission is to facilitate healing in a caring and friendly environment. We utilize a common sense
approach in arriving at your diagnosis and implementing a treatment plan. We listen to your concerns and
address each one individually, educate you about your condition, and provide you with practical advice to
help create health, rather than treat disease.

STEIGER CHIROPRACTIC CENTER, PA

638-7500
Chipley, Florida
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CRAFTSMAN
LAWNMOWER 461N
deck, 19.5hp, hydrostatic
drive $400. 638-7625
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
OKRA FOR SALE excel-
lent quality. 579-4838
FORMAL/PROM
DRESSES SIZES 12-16.
Several to choose from.
Prices negotiable. Call
263-4558
SOD FOR SALE on the
farm, delivered or in-
stalled. Centipede and
419 Bermuda. WEST
FLORIDA TURF
(850)638-4860. 24
Years experience!
BACKHOE BRADCO
8MD2 attachment, 3-
Point hitch mount, PTO
drive, 8' arm. New over
$9,000. Good condition,
asking $3400. 547-4019
1995 FLEETWOOD
20FT pop-up camper
with A/C, gas stove, elec-
tric, sleeps 6. 638-0983,
leave message.
COLOR COPIES $1.
COPIES 150 Washing-
ton County News, down-
town Chipley.
FOR SALE SMALL vinyl
siding trailer, w/toolboxes
and rack. Also, 24ft walk
plank, 40ft aluminum lad-
der, 26ft fiberglass lad-
der, ladder jacks and fold
up sawhorses. Any or all.
(850)638-8722
TRACTOR FOR SALE
Bushhog, 4 wheel drive,
3 cyl, diesel, lots of ex-
tras. Perfect for small
farm. (850)874-2700;
cell 209-4635
CARPET FOR SALE
new 182 yards dark
beige 28 oz. Shaw car-
pet. Paid $1800, will sale
for $1400. Call 258-4560
for more information.
GREEN PEANUTS FOR
boiling. Open Monday-
Saturday, 8-6pm, closed
Sunday. (850)638-1119
1000 BF SELECT Ver-
mont Maple Hardwood
Floor. $1.75 sq. ft. 638-
1336
RASCAL 4 WHEEL
electric scooter. Clean &
works good. First $2200.
Displayed at Valley 4
Ranch Supply, 2712
West Hwy 90, Bonifay.
Phone 850-547-3772.
Power Wheel Chair also.
OSTER A-5 two speed
clippers with blades
$125. Shearmaster Clip-
pers with combs and
blades $200. Portable
grooming table $50. 773-
2101
6'X3' vinyl windows, in-
sulated, tinted, $55
each. 547-4333
REBUILT FORD
TRANSMISSION C G
$295.00; Ford tailgate fits
80's & 90's 302 intake &
carb. 638-9252.




NEW 12FT JON boat
aluminum, w/pedestal,
cushion seats, 241b thrust
trolling motor. New bat-
tery, paddles & life jacket.
All for $600. (850)638-
8722
FOR SALE 1995 Crystal
14ft fiberglass' boat,
trailer & 2004 Johnson
25/30hp motor. 547-
2449
(1) 1986 HD Sportster in
good shape $4000. Also,
(1) 1988 HD Sportster in
good shape $5000.
(850)638-7290; cell
(850)326-5450, call any-
time.


FOR SALE 7 yr old Reg-
istered Blue Roan Quar-
ter Horse Mare, Hancock
bred, 16 hands high,
black mane, four black
stockings, excellent
heading horse, very
gentle, anyone can ride,
must see to appreciate.
850-956-3030
GERMAN SHEPHERD
PUPPIES 3 months old,
full-blooded, AKC Regis-
tered, 1 male & 5 fe-
males, black & tan, silver,
has had all of their shots.
Call Ken Brock 850-535-
1933
REWARD $100 LOST
Black Lab in Vernon
area. 850-258-7947
AUSTRALIAN SHEP-
HERD PUPPIES full
blooded, parents on
premises. $100. Call
535-4079
LOST BASSET HOUND
black, white, & brown
male. Answers to
"Clyde". Has blue collar,
Lost around State Park
Road area, Chipley. Re-
ward. Home 638-7131;
Work 638-1751
2 YR OLD horses for sale
$600 each. Livestock
and equipment hauling.
Hogs for sale. Standard
Black Jackass $350.
Call John 260-1342



QUEEN MATTRESS
SET double pillow top.
New in plastic with war-
ranty. $150. 850-425-
8374
6 PC FULL/QUEEN bed-
room set. New in boxes,
sacrifice $550. 850-222-
7783
FORMAL DINING
ROOM brand new
cherry table with 6 chairs
and lighted china cabinet.
$3k retail, sell for $999.
850-425-8374
CHERRY SLEIGH BED
$250. Brand new, solid
wood. 850-222-9879
NEW BRAND NAME
King Mattress set $250,
in factory plastic, war-
ranty. 850-425-8374
MATTRESS SET NEW
full set with factory
warranty, $99. Call 850-
222-7783
NEW BEDROOM SET
beautiful cherry Louis
Philippe 8 piece wood,
King sleigh bed, dresser,
mirror, chest, 2
nightstands. Sug. list
$4600, sell $1650. 850-
545-7112
NEW QUEEN MAT-
TRESS and base. Never
used, in unopened plas-
tic. Must sell. $125. 850-
545-7112
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 LEATHER SOFA
and loveseat. $750, can
deliver. 850-222-2113



1998 BUICK REGAL
GS, red, gray leather in-
terior, 4.0L3800 Series II
Supercharged engine,
83,000 miles, air, $7000.
(850)260-1149
2001 FORD EXPLORER
white, automatic, fully
loaded, 6 CD changer,
running boards, custom-
ized bra, $8000.
(334)588-3141, cell
(850)418-0031
,1999 FORD RANGER
V6, XLT extended cab,
84,000 mi, slide window,
like new. $6800. 638-
9252
87 CHRYSLER New
Yorker, white, cruise, tilt
steering, AC, power
locks, windows, automat-
ic. AM/FM radio. 624-
9773


1998 MAZDA MPV one
owner, 83,000 miles, cold
AC, air bags, bucket
seats, new plugs & trans
filter & 60,000 mile tim-
ing belt, Alloy wheels,
Michellin tires, steal @
$4995. Phone 547-3710
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
95 CAMRY $3000 2
door, high mileage, black,
runs great, sunroof. 638-
1731; cell 527-0605
94 TOYOTA TERCEL
Sport, 4 speed, $2500.
547-2829, leave mes-
sage.
2003 INFINITI G35 2-
door Coupe, fully loaded,
automatic & manual,
leather, 6 disc, CD play-
er, silver, sunroof, spor-
ty, well taken care of.
$24,000. Call (850)527-
9592; (850)547-5070,
ask for Tyler.
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
1995 HONDA CIVIC
Coupe, A/C, heater, great
condition, $3000 OBO.
Call 850-579-4776
92 CHEVY CAPRICE
Classic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9.$2800 0BO. Ask
for Karl. 547-4465
ONE OWNER 98 Chevy
Cavalier, 2 door, new
shocks, new starter, new
fuel pump & filter, good
tires, $3500. 956-4672
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
seats seven, excellent
shape inside & out, cold
air, loaded $5995. 547-
9233
98 HONDA PRELUDE
green, automatic, A/C,
sunroof, Kenwood disc
player, 72,000 miles, ex-
cellent condition, asking
$11,000. OBO. 548-
5084
1998 ASTRO MARKIII
loaded, leather seats,
rear air, much more.
45,500 miles, clean,
must see. $14,000. Chi-
pley. 415-5736 or 849-
1222
81 CORVETTE NEW en-
gine, mechanically great,
garage kept for 13 yrs.
$8900. 535-1778
87 MERCEDES 420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
sage.
2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Malibu. 55,000 miles,
AC, CD player, tinted
power windows, new
stock speakers. Like
new! $10,000. Call 849-
1143
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-3545
2001 MUSTANG
BLACK V6, leather, au-
tomatic, 46k, like new,
$9800. Call 547-5181
1999 BEIGE TOYOTA
Camry LE, 4-door,
loaded & ready. Main St.
Auto. 638-0572 ask for
Daryl.
SALE 1984 T-BIRD
$350. New parts. 638-
0924
1997 CHEVY LUMINA
loaded, AC, AM/FM/12
disc CD/sound system/-
volume modulation,
PWR windows/locks.
$2695 cash. (850)548-
5540
1999 MERCURY
SABLE 35,000 miles,
like new, must sell, excel-
lent condition. Pay off
only. 415-6683; 638-
0083
1979 CORVETTE
Everything brand new!
Must see to appreciate.
415-6820 $8000 or trade
for pick-up of equal
value.


Old Timey Cottage Corner Lots $44,900 10 AC Paved Highway
Holmes County Surveyed $79,900 40 AC 2 Story Home Hilltop
Pasture, Year Round Creek, Mature Hardwoods $358,000
New Rustic Home Totally Wrapped Porches, Hay Barn w/3
Stalls, Cross-Fenced 20 Ac. $335,000 2 Ac. Caryville Brick
Home Stora e Buildings Ponds Paved Rd. $109,900 30 Ac.
Hwy. 73 S. of Marianna, FL $210,000 Thinking of selling some
Acreage? We have buyers!* We market your property in MLS!
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2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
89,000 miles, good con-
dition, gray cloth interior,
white exterior, $13,000
OBO. 547-0899
1990 CHEVY 112 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package. New
pts. $5500. Call Terry
547-3646. 7am-5pm
2002 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, excellent condition,
fully loaded, keyless en-
try, leather, dark sage
green. 81,000 miles.
$12,500. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
93 GMC Z71 4-wheel
drive, $6500. 638-7261
2001 MAZDA DUAL
sport truck V6, 38K, ex-
tras, excellent condition
$9800. 415-6207
87 CHEVY 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
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head turner with 7 seats.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
12,000 miles; $26,000.
850-638-8882.
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
1260
2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste-
reo, dual A/C, 23,000
miles, very clean, must
sell, make offer. 850-
773-7737
1961 CHEVY APACHE
Stepside, primed, ready
for restoration. $1000
OBO. 638-9188
FOR SALE,2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
42,000 miles, $17,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.
1992 GMC Z71 One
owner, always garaged,
extra good condition in-
side and out, good tires.
152,000 miles. No repair
needed, ready for the
road. $6000. (850)773-
2101
1990 FORD AEROSTAR
Cargo Van. 172k miles,
engine runs well, needs
transmission. $500 obo.
Washington County
News 638-0212
FOR SALE 1998 GMC
Yukon, 4WD, leather, low
miles, automatic, excel-
lent condition. Call 547-
2596
2000 TOYOTA TACOMA
4WD, ext cab, 4 cyl, 5
speed. 89,000 miles. Ex-
cellent condition
$14,000. Home 638-
8095; cell 258-3821
1988 FORD F350 cus-
tom dually, AC, AT, excel-
lent condition $2900.
(850)415-5831
1990 DODGE TRUCK A/
C, AM/FM radio, auto,
some work needed.
$1000. Call 535-0811
FOR SALE 87 Dodge
Ram 250 Van. Good me-
chanical condition.
Makes excellent work
van, $1250. Call eve-
nings after 5:30. 535-
9800
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
1980 DODGE EX-
TENDED work van
$1500. 773-3892
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-door.
$9500. 263-3105 eve-
nings.
1966 FORD F-150 runs
great $2,000. 258-4428


99 FORD 150 XL Super
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97,500 miles.
Asking $9000. 547-0150;
326-3123
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. $12,000.
(850)579-2977
1987 CHEVY .O0 Van
fully customized with
front & rear air. $3500
OBO. 548-4798; 548-
5763
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
89 FORD RANGER
truck. 5-speed, $2000
cash OBO. 548-5924
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.
547-2180
2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles,
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. (334)699-2382
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
1989 BLUE & white Ford
F-150, brand new trans-
mission, $2500 OBO,
548-5994, (850)373-
8000, ask for Lola.
1979 FORD EXPLORER
collector's truck, loaded,
one owner,, garage kept,
mechanically sound,
$7000 value, asking
$5000. 638-1321; 638-
4541
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
99 GMC SONOMA 180k
miles, AT $4000. 527-
5125
'99 DODGE 1 ton Dual-
ly. Gas standard trans-
mission. $14,500. Firm.
547-5941 If no answer,
leave message.
1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
ing $6500. 773-5720,
leave message
1998 OLDSMOBILE
SILHOUETTE Van dual
air, CD player, leather,
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles.
Must see and drive to ap-
preciate. 638-1138
1998 FORD EXPLORER
white, leather interior, 6
CD chan er, excellent
condition. Asking $4500.
850-326-0911; 263-1365
TAKE UP PAYMENTS
White 2002 S-10 V6
Chevrolet Pickup truck.
Call after 6pm. 638-7189
1994 F-350 XLT Dually,
5-speed, power stroke
diesel 7.3 c turbo direct
injection, fold down
oose neck ball $8500.
47-4354
97 FORD F-150 4 wheel
drive, 8 cyl, quad cab, 3rd
door, brand new tires.
Excellent condition.
$8800 Call 535-2276




2BR/2BA Established
neighborhood 2nd St.,
Chipley, South of Hwy
90. Carport & outbuild-
ings. Investment & com-
mercial possibilities.
$47,500. Won't last long!
(850)638-8131
PRICE REDUCED! 4BR/
3BA home
3194 sq.ft. on S. Blvd.
Recently remodeled,
very nice. Call for details
or see photos at
amandacorbin.com
$249,900. Mandy Corbin,
Prudential Shimmering
Sands Realty 326-2746.


FOR SALE BY owner
3BR/1BA block home on
large fenced corner lot in
Chipley, recently remod-
eled $59,000. 638-8360
PEACE & TRANQUIL
5.32 acres, 2 septics,
deep well, 2BR/1BA log
home, fish pond, "South
of Town", $229,900/make
offer. Rollin w/ Remax
Real Estate Center. 258-
7647




4 BEDROOM 1.5 bath
frame home in Chipley.
Large shaded lot, refer-
ences, 1st, last & deposit
required. 547-2091




NEW DW W/PLYWOOD
floors, 4+2, very nice.
Pmts low as $350 mth. If
you have 3 lines of good
credit, a job for at least a
year and a place to put
it. Give Brad a call 763-
7780 or toll free 1-866-
732-7607
TYNDALL MEMBERS
SPECIAL financing on 2
Tyndall Repos. 16x80
3+2. They will be gone
fast. Call Brad 763-7780
or 1-866-732-7607 toll
free.
14X80 3 BDROOM 1&1/
2 bath, has space for
washer & dryer, needs
some work. A great buy,
$3500. 547-4068




TWO BEDROOM MO-
BILE homes for rent, lo-
cated on Hwy 179, off
Hwy 2 in Bonifay, $250
deposit, $350 a month,
no pets. Call 850-263-
3572
2 & 3 bedroom trailers,
total electric, CH/A, 209-
8847; 850-258-4868
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
mobile homes for rent, all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228
IN CHIPLEY BEHIND
the Westerner, 14x70,
3BR/2BA mobile home,
CH/A, dishwasher, stove,
refrigerator, total electric.
Like new inside & out.
Front deck, yards main-
tained, no pets. Smoke-
free environment. Refer-
ences & deposit re-
quired. 638-1404; 638-
1124.



SLEEPY HOLLOW DU-
PLEX apartments. 2 & 3
bedroom units. Senior
Citizen Discount. HUD
not accepted. (850)638-
7128
GRACELAND MANOR
APARTMENTS Rental
assistance on 1, 2 & 3
BR. HC,& non-HC acces-
sible apartments. Call
850-263-4464, TDD/TTY
711. 5445 Brown Street,
Graceville, FL. Equal
Housing Opportunity.



4/3 PIONEER RD
Vernon deluxe brick on 5
manicured acres. Of-
fered at $568,000. Tri-
County Realty 547-4480
HIGH COUNTRY
LEONIA 35 acres just
right for small develop-
ment or private estate
$398,000. Tri-County
Realty 547-4480
SUNNY HILLS 2/1.5
block house Fairbanks
Dr. Make it yours for only
$115,000. Tri-County
Realty 547-4480.


MLS 05-2511
Bonifay-Oklahoma St.
1920 5 bed/3 bath
wood frame home on
corner parcel, 14' high ceil-
ings, 4 fireplaces, wrap-
around porches/decks, hot
tub, shed. Includes 514'
apartment w/own address.
Much more......$189,000


MLS 05-2542
1.1 Acres on Hwv. 2
wooded ,th 194 Fiaad
In.f.rli'- 6 'n I-lolms .', C'o o
small knll S34,500
MLS 05-2543
1 Acre on Hwy. 2 gen-
lie slope doan to h.v, alh
221 frontage old graep-
aroor. S34,500
Purchase together
for $65,0001
MLS #05-2387
PROSPERITY AREA:
3/2 Brick over Block
home built in 1998,
fireplace with cathedral
ceiling in living room. 52+/-
acres, appx. 15 acres in
pasture, some natural
woods, pond, paved Hwy.
81 frontage. Front porch
and concrete back deck,
attached garage w/ open-
er. Lots more....$475,000

MLS 05-2386
WATERFRONT LOTI 1
shady, wooded lot on
Dogwood Lake In
HolmEs Counia on paved
Snirwood Dr 20C4 Eure',
pro.iCJ by seller n Sonm
re rlar.llDon5 ,.,,-, i ..
$69,500

MLS 05-1577
WATERFRONT 2.76
acres +/- on lake in N.
Holmes County. Corner lot
is just off Hwy. 79. Some
restrictions apply, MHs
okay........ ONLY $49,500

MLS 05-1021
VERNON ONE ACRE
IN CITY LIMITS on
paved road. car .2.c,3
Irame garage (31)xl li
Arilh c'.ncric e slab Ha', a
small ap3rimesn on one
side (10' 3.) I'"al need
a litl e TLC Hae city waler
and seser Lcnr,nir.chns,
ELU ? a ell Saepic
lar.nl S5,500


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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
80 ACRES FLOWING
Well Rd 50 acres mature
timber, pond 1320 ft road
frontage $360,000. Tri-
County Realty 547-4480
HINSON'S CROSS-
ROADS 1915 tradtion.al
farmhouse w/ updates,
as-is $63,000. Tri-County
Realty 547-4480.
HOLMES CREEK LOT
on Hwy 284 dimensions
88 X 125 feet. Drive by;
make offer $15,000. Tri-
County Realty 547-4480.
40 ACRES OF beautiful
rolling hills, for that per-
fect home. Has 18 yr old
planted lobolly and slash
pines, stately oaks &
hardwoods, nice weather
control stream flows into
3 acre natural pond.
Great hunting area for
deer, duck, quail. 1100'
frontage along Hard La-
bor Rd., short distance
off Pioneer Rd. $6500
per acre. 850-638-1336


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3/2 FANTASYLAND W/
GARDENS & catfish
ponds Sylvania Rd.
Vernon. $200,000 CON-
TRACT
Tri-County Realty 547-
4480
COMMERCIAL OP-
PORTUNITY HWY 79
Bonifay 1/2 acre + 1600
sq ft. bldg $169,600. Tri-
County Realty 547-4480.
COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE available. One
extra large office or two
separate offices to run
your business. Located
on Hwy 90 next door to
the law office of Kristi
Odom. Large back park-
ing lot being developed.
Will change interior to
suit needs. Call 850-258-
7830. Provided by Sum-
mer Leasing Inc.
HOLMES CREEK LOT
Shellcracker RD New
Hope. All utilities in place,
corner lot $15,000. Tri-
County Realty 547-4480.
67 ACRES HWY 160
varied terrain, spring-fed
pond. $275,000. CON-
TRACT. Tri-County Re-
alty 547-4480

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EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
2BD/1BA MOBILE
HOME in Vernon on large
private lot, 3421 Cook
Circle, Vernon, FL 32462.
Large covered front deck,
no pets, smoke-free en-
vironment, references
and $400 deposit, $400 a
month, 535-5751, 850-
258-9929.
15 ACRES PRIME &
cleared, Douglas Ferry
RD, south of Bonifay near
1-10 & Hwy 79. $225,000.
Tri-County Realty 547-
4480.
COMMERCIAL LOT
BONIFAY Hwy 90 near
Post Office & Howell
Chevrolet $120,000. Tri-
County Realty 547-4480
WAGES POND 3/2
dblwidew/fireplce, shady
deck & 384 ft. waterfront
$350,000. Tri-County
Realty 547-4480.
FOR RENT OFFICE
space. Older spacious
doublewide mobile home
for commercial lease.
Ideal for Engineering
Consultant Office, Real-
tor, Doctor, lawyer or
other use. At west edge
of Chipley city limits. No
city utilities required. Wa-
ter furnished. Plenty of
parking. Contact Perry
Wells 850-638-1016
STOP FORECLOSURE!
We buy houses, multi-
family, land. We pay late
payments. We take over
payments. We put cash in
your pockets. No fees.
Real Estate Solutions.
800-735-5092
GRITNEY RANCH &
sawmill, new 4/2 house
200 acres woods & pas-
ture $690,000. Tri-County
Realty 547-4480
BUILDING DOWN-
TOWN FOR rent. Rail-
road Ave., Chipley. 638-
1918
2 ACRES ZONED gen-
eral commercial Brick-
yard Rd-Chipley, no sign.
$150,000. Tri-County
Realty 547-4480
LARGE WATERFRONT
LOT on Holmes Creek in
New Hope off Hwy 79
$99,500, gfeat home or
vacation site, Owner/
Agent, 850-258-9929.




MULTI-FAMILY SAT
Aug. 13. 1109 Pine Bluff
(off State Park Rd., Chip-
ley) 9am-until. Lots of
kid's clothes galore! TV,
home appliances, lots of
misc.
YARD SALE AUG 12-13,
SR79. Seven miles North
of Bonifay. Watch for
signs.
BIG YARD SALE Satur-
day 7am Hwy 79S 1 mile
out of Vernon. From dish
to furniture to crafts to
clothes. A little bit of ev-
erything. Look for signs.
THIS WEEKEND ON
corner of 79 & Jernigan
Ave., in Bonifay.
YARD SALE FRI/SAT
7am-until. 1134 lola Dr.,
Chipley. Around from
Kay's Corner, Orange Hill
Hwy, Chipley.



MARIANNA GOAT and
SHEEP Auction every
Thursday night starting at
5pm. Misc., goats, sheep,
chickens, ducks, guin-
eas.. Held at Auction
Drive, Marianna. Phone
(850)535-4006; cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson


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00 Pioneer 32x52,3 BR,2 BA.................. $34,900
00 Pioneer 24x60,3 BR,2 BA..................$34,900
98 Bucanner 28x70,3 BR,2.5 BA............. $39,900
95 Horton 14x70,2 BR,2 BA.................... $18,900
97 Pioneer 24x68,4 BR,2 BA ................... $33,900
98 Pioneer 24x72,4BR, 2BA ........... $34,900
97 Redmon 24x52,3 BR,2 BA .... $32,900
99 Peachstate 28x68,4 BR,2 BA $36,900
95 Swinger Motor Home
34', Self Contained $27,900
All Homes Include Delivery, Set-Up, A/C, Steps, Plumbing & Skirting
Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m.,
Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.


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CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd., Bonifay, FL
(8501547-4784 Cell (8501951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
28 Acres just south of 1-10, barns, pasture, woods, paved
road frontage, $168,000.
10 Acres surveyed $52,500, SOLD.
Dogwood Lakes brick home, spacious with 2 master
suites, large landscaped yard, garages, fireplace, appli-
ances, porches, many extras, $199,900.
Beautiful lakefront setting. A lot and a half, cleared and ready
for your new home, $98,500.
200 Acre abandoned farm, pines, hardwoods, over a mile
of road frontage $600,000.
145 Acre farm, cropfields, 28 acres of CRP pines, farm
house, barns, pecan trees, lots of road frontage $871,320.
www.carolecannonrealty.com


rCunited 8ETTIE'S
Country- COUNTRY REALTY
BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 547-3510
**WANT IT SOLD? GIVE US A CALL TODAYI*
WE GET RESULTS WORLDWIDE ADVERTISING
2 BR HOME LARGE LOT FENCED REDUCED $49,900 --- 4
AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME HWY. FRONTAGE $179,900 --- AC.
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AC, WITH 2 HOMES OUTBUILDINGS PAVED ROAD FRONT-
AGE $197,500 -- 166 AC. RANCH 3 BR 2 BA BRICK
HOME BARN EQUIPMENT AND LIVESTOCK- $749,000
-- 30 ACRES LAND HIGH AND DRY $210,000- 28
Ac. LAND PAVED ROAD FRONTAGE-PASTURE-WELL--
$142,400
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Wednesday, August 10, 2005, Washington County News/ Holmes County Times-Advertiser 7B


IS SEEKING
DELIVERYILOT
ATTENDANT
With CDL License

Competitive Wages,
Retirement & Health Benefits

APPLY IN PERSON
: BETTER BUILT
BUILDINGS
1284 Jackson Ave.,
Chipley, FL

ALLIANCE LAUNDRY
-SYSTEMS Marianna,
SFlorida. Immediate need
for Assemblers, Welders
Sand Machine operators.
Excellent benefits, pay
and working conditions.
Apply at 3595 Industrial
Park Drive, Marianna,
Florida. Phone 850-526-
'3405 ext 2368
'COUNSELORS
SMake more than a Living,
make a difference. Eck-
erd Youth Alternatives,
Inc., a leader in altema-
tive treatment programs
foryouth-at-risk, is seek-
ing Juvenile Justice
Counselors for our resi-
dential program in Ver-
non, FL. H.S. or equiv.
Req-Degree Pref. For
Immediate consideration
apply online at www.eck-
erd.org or fax resume to
R.Hibbler @ (727)442-
5911 EOE. M/FIDN. Mi-
norities Encouraged to
Apply. Great Career po-
tential and excellent ben-
efits starting day one!
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, -Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence. Call 548-9137
AVON, I DIDN'T think I
Could either. Call Lou
Roller, Independent
Sales Representative,
S773-2550 or cell 596-
S0794.
WAREHOUSE AND DE-
LIVERY person needed.
SFull-time position with
other duties. Experience
preferred. Apply at
Chavers-Brock Furniture
Sin Chipley.
CARPENTER NEEDED
Experienced Must have
own tools and transpor-
tation. We are a Drug
Free Workplace. EOE.
Apply at Ridley's Town &
Country Builders 949
Orange Hill Rd. 7:30am-
: 4:00pm. (850)638-4436
FLATBED TRUCK
SDRIVER needed 3 years
OTR experience re-
quired, this is an OTR
Position. 535-4944 or
850-866-1245
COMMUNICATIONS
SPECIALIST West Flor-
ida Electric Cooperative,
an electric utility located
: in Graceville, Florida, is
seeking candidates for
the position of Commu-
nications Specialist.
Qualified candidates
must have the ability to
conduct interviews and
. compose human interest
Articles, to layout/design
ads and publications, to.
plan, organize and
schedule activities and
events, effectively speak
in public, meet deadlines,
be a good time manag-
er, must have excellent
written and oral commu-
nication skills and people
*' skills. Qualified candi-
i. dates must have a BS
' degree in Communica-
tions, Public Relations or
a related field. Experi-'
ence in the utility indus-
try preferred. Salary
commensurate with ex-
perience. Send a resume
to West Florida Electric
Cooperative, ATTN: Per-
sonnel Department, P.O.
Box 127, Graceville, Flor-
ida 32440, by August 22,
. 2005. Drug Free Work-
: place and Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer

SNW HOMES SPE-
CIALIST Turner Heritage
Homes, a new home
builder, is seeking appli-
cations for a NEW
HOMES SPECIALIST.
Applicant must hold ac-


tive Florida Real Estate
License and have the
ability to assess the
needs, of potential home
buyers. Knowledge of
real estate industry and
residential construction
beneficial. Must be high-
ly organized, self-starter
and motivated. E-mail re-
sume to: jstamp-
er@turnerheritage.com

HARD-WORKING
SMETAL roofers needed.
Call (850)527-7407


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IS SEEKING
EXPERIENCED
METAL WORKER
& FRAMERS
* *
Competitive Wages,
Retirement & Health Benefits

APPLY IN PERSON
BETTER BUILT
BUILDINGS
1284 Jackson Ave.,
Chipley, FL

MASTERS LEVEL CLI-
NICIANS, (licensed eligi-
ble) Family Care Assess-
ment Specialist: Licensed
or licensed eligible, mas-
ter's degree clinician.
Exp as psychometrist
and keen diagnostic skills
to provide screenings
and assessments for cli-
ents associated with the
Family and Dependency
Court systems. Adminis-
trative Secretary: Profi-
cient in MS Office. Men-
tal Health Technician
High School, works shift
w/shift differential, we
provide scrubs. Victim
Services Practitioner MA
or MS or BS + experi-
ence. Coordinate servic-
es for victims. QI Tech/
Purchasing Agent: High
school diploma, 3 years
office exp. Exp. in MS Of-
fice. Health Information
Mgmt Tech. Responsible
for the filing in all charts.
All positions are fulltime
with excellent benefits.
Let us tell you about
them. Fax your resume to
850-892-8074 or come
by to pick up an applica-
tion. 3686 US Hwy 331
South DeFuniak Spgs,
FL 32435. No phone
calls. EOE/Drug Free
Workplace.
CONSTRUCTION,
WORKERS, HOURLY
plus incentive base bo-
nus, must have
transportation. 850-258-
5941
REED CONCRETE &
Construction, Inc. If you
are seeking long term
employment, good wag-
es, benefits and have the
desire to lean and grow,
with us: We are looking
for Experienced Fore-
man's and Form Carpent-
ers. Please come by and
fill out an application:
Reed Concrete & Con-
struction, Inc. 850-547-
5767 or fax 850-547-
3677
PROBATION ASSIS-
TANT HS Diploma re-
quired and background in
office. Send resume to
206 N. Harvey Etheridge
St., Bonifay, FL.


PART-TIME PHAR-
MACY Tech needed at
Medicine Shoppe in Boni-
fay. Apply within.
HELP WANTED SMALL
Engine Mechanic needed
for a growing outdoor
power equipment busi-
ness. Experienced pre-
ferred. Salary dependent
upon experience. Stop by
White's Outdoor Equip-
ment for application. 850-
547-9669
REAL ESTATE SALES
Position. The Deltona
Corporation in Sunny
Hills is expanding. Must
have a Real Estate li-
cense. Weekends re-
quired. Fax resume to
850-773-2834. Call
Brooke for appointment
850-773-2823
MACHINIST
Journeyman Machinist
only apply. Minimum 5
years experience, con-
vertional & CNC ma-
chines. Must have own
machinist tools. Top pay
w/benefits. Good clean
working environment air-
conditioned & heated
facility. Call to set up in-
terview.
Maritech Machine, Inc.
Panama City. (850)872-
0852.
SATELLITE TECHNI-
CIANS WANTED Paid
training. Great compen-
sation. call 800-610-6060
ext 363
LEARN TO PREPARE
taxes. Jackson Hewitt
Tax School. Enroll Now!
Jobs available during tax
season. (800)234-1040;
(850)638-4251. Call for
details.
NHC HOMECARE
QUALITY Care is OUr
Business. Full-time, part-
time RN's. Full-time, part-
time HHA's. Does inde-
pendence, flexibility, a
great working environ-
ment, and appreciation
on a daily basis sound
inviting? Our Marianna
homecare programs are
seeking Full-time/part-
time RN's and Full-time/
part-time HHA'sto pro-
vide skilled care to our
homebound patients.
Mileage reimbursed; ben-
efits. Interested parties
may call 850-526-5827,
or may fax their resume
tc 850-526-5827. Attn:
Sandy Streetman. EOE/
DFWP
EXPANDING COMPANY
SEEKING applicants to
learn the truss building
trade. Paid on the job
training, bi-weekly bo-
nuses. For appointment
please call Arban & Asso-
ciates from 7am-3pm @
850-836-4362 '
SATELLITE TECHNI-
CIANS WANTED Paid
training. Great compen-
sation. call 800-610-6060
ext 363


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Al I .ENI IN I EL HNICI.ANNS
Bruister & Associates is now accepting
applications for technicians with electrical,
satellite, telephone, and alarm system
c\ pcrience. Experience is preferred but
Ir.mtni is available for the right individual.

WC offer great pay; 401K, paid training,
and insurance benefits. Bruister &
Associates is an EOE and a certified drug
free work place. Candidates must have a
good driving record. Background checks
Required. Call Bernie at 888-218-2447.


DEPENDABLE EM-
PLOYEE NEEDED to
work afternoons Tuesday
thru Thursday and all day
Sunday and Monda in
Vernon doing housekeep-
ing and cooking. $6.50 to
start with generous in-
creases for good service.
Paid vacation after one
year and major holidays
off. Application by ap-
pointment only. 535-1160
MIDNIGHT LAUNDRY
POSITION for 42 bed fa-
cility. Eight days on, six
days off for 40 hours a
week. Starting pay $7.25
an hour. Call 547-3708
application information.
AVON CALLING JOIN
the fun with the Avon
team. Unlimited earnings,
career. Retirement
money. Phone Dwayne
Atkins. Appointment fee
$10. 547-1640 ISR
TINY TREASURES OF
Chipley, Inc. is taking ap-
plications for Infant
Teacher, Toddler Teacher,
Teacher Assistant, after
school teacher and a
Cook. Top pay for CDA
experience, but experi-
ence not required. Will
train if self motivated and
eager to learn. Paid holi-
days, paid vacation, per-
sonal days, week off at
Christmas, and flexible
scheduling. Apply in per-
son at 1567 Hwy 90, Chi-
pley. 638-4433 for direc-
tions to center. Attention
High School students we
are taking applications for
afternoon help from 2:30-
5:30. We need tutors to
help with homework &
assist with closing duties.
Will work around ,extra
curricular activities but
must be available at least
3 days a week. Some
training required. Mini-
mum age 16.
NEW HOMES SPECIAL-
IST Turner Heritage
Homes, a new home
builder, is seeking appli-
cations for a NEW
HOMES SPECIALIST.
Applicant must hold active
Florida Real Estate Li-
cense and have the abili-
ty to assess the needs of
potential home buyers.
Knowledge of real estate
industry and residential
construction beneficial.
Must be highly organized,
self-starter and motivated.
E-mail resume to: jstamp-
er@turnerheritage.com
BONIFAY FIRST
UNITED Methodist
Church has an opening
for a part-time custodial
position with light mainte-
nance. Ajob description is
available at the church
office. Please submit a
resume/list of experience
and references to the
church office, or call 547-
3785 for more informa-
tion.


HARD-WORKING METAL
roofers needed. Call
(850)527-7407



WANTED USED HAY
Baler in good condition.
579-4838
WANTED 1-5 acres land w/
well & septic preferred. Call
Jeremy @ 596-3774
I AM LOOKING for work-
ing used ice cream parlor
equipment & also specialty
coffee machines. Need
everything to start new
business. Please call 850-
326-3843




FOUND JULY 31 Black,
female dog, possibly pure-
bred poodle at Hwy 79 and
177A. If she's no longer
wanted, I would like to
know her name, age, medi-
cal history, etc. Appears to
have medical problems.
Please call Dick Basht 850-
849-0100 cell. Thank-youl



C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service. Open 5 days
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call
850-638-1483
NEED A HANDYMAN?
Call Bill. I will mow lawns,
haul trash, do handyman
work, run errands for you,
available any day of the
week, reasonable low
rates. Home 547-0724; cell
527-9622
WILL CLEAN HOME or
office, no job too big or
small. Call after 6 pm 547-
3346.
BONIFAY PRINT SHOP
Business cards, receipt
forms, tickets, bill heads,
flyers. (850)768-0047
HEADLINERS &
VINYL Tops Mobile Unit. I
do the work at your home
or workplace. Reasonable
rates on new vinyl tops and
auto carpeting. Free esti-
mates. Call anytime, leave
message. (850)638-7351
WILL STAY WITH elderly
Monday thru Friday. Will
provide references. 373-
7570
Wesley Hall Roofing LLC.
All types roofing & repair.
Flat roofs, new roofs & tear
offs. We do it all! 415-5540
or 638-8335
Lic#RC0066513
SEWING MACHINE & Va-
cuuti''"leaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes & models. Free es-
timates. Western Auto, 216
N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
547-3910


ATTENTION RENTERS!!!
The Holmes County Housing
Authority is accepting applications
for Rental Assistance. Immediate
assistance is available pending
verification & eligibility. Vouchers
will be available until all positions
are filled, after which you will be
placed on a waiting list. Positions
will be filled on a first come, first
serve basis.
For Income Guidelines and
Application,
Contact us at (850) 547-1111 or
Pick up an application at
902 N. Waukesha St., Bonifay, FL
32425
Mon.-Fri. 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
(Closed 12:00-1:00)
The HUD Section 8-program is a Fair Housing Agency,
which does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
sex, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, age, fam-
ily status, handicap or disability. All persons in need
of special accommodations will be provided full ac-
cess to utilize the housing program and related ser-
vices. Please contact us at the times listed above.


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STOUT'S LAWN
CARE and Handyman
Service. Yards mowed,
hedges cut, trees cut,
leaves raked and trash
hauled off. 547-3994
REPAIR SERVICE for
your office or home:
typewriters, calculators,
cash registers, etc.
WASHINGTON
COUNTY NEWS, 1364
N. Railroad Ave., Chip-
ley. 850-638-0212
HOMECARE WORK
WANTED Senior Adult
would like part-time
work caring-for a house
bound person. Wash-
ington, Holmes Coun-
ties. 535-9942, leave
msg.
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Se-
nior Citizen Discount.
Free Estimates 956-
5070 or 956-4758
POLEBARNS BUILT
UTILITY sheds, decks,
all types of remodeling,
painting, drywall.
George Home 1-850-
535-6503; cell 1-850-
596-3283; Adam 1-
850-535-0531; cell 1-
850-596-8906
C&C CONSTRUC-
TION Specializing in Ar-
chitectural Metal Roof-
ing. Installation and re-
pair on Commercial or
residential. Free
Quotes and 5 year war-
ranty on workmanship.
Call 548-9137. License
#RC29027043
LAND TRAX Heavy
Cutting Service We cut
and shred thick brush,
branches & trees to 4"
diameter. (850)596-
7970
J&J CABINET shop.
For all your kitchen
cabinets & house repair
needs. Call James S.
Howell. (850)535-
2839; (850)260-1619


BONIFAY ART STORE
Oil, acrylic & water. Paint
brushes, different size
canvasses, drawing pa-
per.' 112 Pennsylvania
Ave. (850)768-0267
NEED YOUR HOME or
office cleaned? Call
Heavenly Helpers Clean-
ing Service for free esti-
mates. 850-579-4402;
850-209-1943; 850-547-
5041
I WILL SIT with your eld-
erly loved ones, do cook-
ing, light housekeeping,
driver, shopper, or just
companionship. I have
experience and refer-
ences, with reasonable
rates. By day or week.
547-4159.
FOR RENT first in Chip-
ley, Mini Warehouses. If
you don't have the room,
"We Do" Lamar
Townsend 850-638-
4539, north of
Townsends.




THANK-YOU TO all the
sponsors who helped
send Faith Whitehead to
The Youth World Cham-
pionship NBHA. Your
contribution was greatly
appreciated.


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Selling Real Estate & Equip Complete Liquidation
of American Equipment Rental & Sales, Inc.
Saturday, August 13th lOam
Highway 77 Chipley, Florida
Sale Site Phone: (850) 638-7777 Fax: (850) 638-7787
Real Estate Sells wilh Reserve & Owners Conlirm3ion:
j 861 lcre. ol Prme ComlTero'.i Real Est.l- dldvdd into 3
Darcc.l LouralIO 1320 N of 1-10 On HWy ;7 in Cir, plv FL
ALSO SELLING AT THIS ABSOLUTE AUCTION
EQUIPMENT '04 Biljax Drop Deck Trailer
'04 John Deere 450H LGP Dozer '03 Biljax Drop Deck Trailer
'03 John Deere 450H LGP Dozer '04 Rolls Rite Lowboy
'04 John Deere 200LC Excavator (2) '05 Roll Rite 30' Gooseneck
'04 John Deere 120C Excavator Trailers
'03 Bobcat 430 Excavator '04 Rolls Rite 30' Gooseneck
'04 Bobcat 325 Excavator (2) '05 Rolls Rite 22' Tilt Trailers
o'9 r.-hl t "' r"! tnr (2) '04 Rolls Rite 250-gallon Fuel
'(,4 a n ri r 8 .,,: .r: Trailers
'03 Cat 420D Backhoe SEL
'04 John Deere 310E Backhoe Party Rental Supplies; Office Eq.;
'00 John Deere 31OE Backhoe Furniture & Fixtures: 200' of
'03 Bobcat 2T190 Skid Steer Temporary Chain Link Fence;
'03 Bobcat TI 90 Skid Steer vidmar Parts Bins & Showroom
'03 Ditchwitch 3700DD Trencher Vid ar Prt rin rs tro
'03 Ditchwitch 13300 Trencher Shelves; Air Compressors, Carpet
'03 Dttchwitch 1330 Trencher Cleanrs Subb
Cleaners, Submersible Pumps,
'02 Ditchwitch 1230 Trencher Trash Pemps, Power Trowels,
SftTnI o! Chkit ra er lS WeV s,
'99 Cat TH83 Telescopic Forklift Tamps, Concrete & Block Saws,
(2) Kubta L350 omboTractors Rotary Mowers, Lawn Equip.,
(2) Kubota L4310 Tractors Pressure Washers,
TRUCKS & TRAILERS Scaffolding & More. Check our
'05 International 5900i Truck website for a complete listing.
'04 Ford E350 Service Van www.deancoauctlon.com
For more info contact Donnie W Dean (334) 714-3200,
Riley Anglin (229) 724-8007 or Eddie Garner (850) 326-6100
Mississippi Office
(877) 898-5905
O Alabama Office
AU TIN (888) 702-9770
Auctioneers: Donnie W Dean, FL Auction LiU. AU847; Julian L Morgan, FL
Aucion Lic. AU3076, FL Real Estate Brokers LIc. BK004844


Auction

SURPLUS EQUIPMENT. Online AUC-
TIONS. BIG savings. HUGE selection. Regis-
ter FREE. Low fees to sell. Check our website
for details and personal assistance.
www.surplusonthe.NET. (877)215-3010.

GOVERNMENT SEIZURE/AUCTION- 2002
Pursuit 2470CC Boat with Yamaha 225 four
stroke engine. Sale date: August 16, 2005 in
Tampa, FL. For details, visit: www.ustreas.gov/
auctions/irs.


Business Opportunities


A CASH COW! 90 Vending Machine units/You
OK Locations Entire Business $10,670 Hurry!
(800)836-3464 #B02428.

CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting
applications for:

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR COMPUTER
SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY: Seeking can-
didates with a Bachelors degree or an As-
sociate in Science degree in electronics/
computer electronics and appropriate in-
dustry certification in field such as: MCSE,
A+, NET+, CompTIA, etc.; or, a minimum
of 5 years equivalent combination of
education and full-time work experience
in business, industry or the military. Prefer
recent work experience with networking
hardware.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open Until
Filled

Submit College employment application,
resume, references and copies of college
transcripts to Chipola College, Human
Resources, 3094 Indian Circle, Marianna,
Florida 32446.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION







COMPANY, INC

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

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

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We are now hiring
-Welders
-Mechanics
-Class A CDL Drivers
-Equipment Operators
-Construction Crew Laborers ers

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


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