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2006, WASHINGTON COUNTY NEWS


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CPD announces
drug arrests
Chipley Police Chief Kevin
Crews reports numerous drug
related arrests over the recent
weeks.
"All of our patrol officers have
stepped up to the task of strictly
enforcing the laws relating to
the sale, use, and/or possession
of illegal narcotics," said Chief
Crews.
Those arrested include;
*Morris Chestnut posses-
sion of marijuana, less than 20
grams.
*Michael B. Arnold posses-
sion of listed chemicals.
*Terrence L. Conway posses-
sion of marijuana, less than 20,
grams.
. .*Christine L. Miller posses-
sion of cocaine.
*James J. Cole possession of
controlled substance.
*Hermon E. Bollinger posses-
sion of crack cocaine.
*Antonia D. Brigham posses-
sion of crack cocaine.
*Demarius J. Jones posses-
sion of marijuana, less than 20
grams.
*Scotty D. Dupree possession
of paraphernalia.
*Jessie J. Querry posses-
sion of marijuana, less than 20
grams.
*Robert E. Butler posses-
sion of marijuana, less than 20
grams.
*Kay Sharhone Dean,- sell and
deliver of cocaine.
"We want our citizens to know
that we will be relentless in our
aggressive pro-active enforce-
ment of the laws concerning
concerning illegal narcotics in an
effort to protect them and their
families," Crews said.
Everyone is encouraged to
report any illegal drug activity to
the Chipley Police Department at
638-6310. All calls will remain
anonymous.

Basic Crocheting
Class offered
Basic Crocheting Class for
adults will be held at the Chipley
Library on April 4 and 6, 2006
from 6:00 8:00 p.m. The in-
structor will be Sandy Locke
who has been crocheting for over
40 years.
This class is for those who
don't know how to crochet, but
would like to learn. The cost for
this class is $5.00. ..,
Class size is limited so please
call the Library at 638-1314 and
sign-up today.


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Racers take off at the Third Annual Hard Labor Creek Scramble last weekend. For more coverage see Extra, page 1B


Survey: NFCH one of top 25 percent in state


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A recent public survey by Florida Monthly magazine rated hospitals in Florida. with 25 percent
rated as the top facilities in the state. One of those chosen by the public was Northwest Florida
Community Hospital (NFCH) in Chipley. The hospital celebrated that achievement on Friday.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
A recent public .survey by
Florida Monthly magazine rated
hospitals in Florida, with 25 per-
cent rated as the top facilities in
the state. One of those chosen by
the public was Northwest Florida
Community Hospital (NFCH) in
Chiple\. The hospital celebrated
that achievement on Friday.
Chief Executive Officer Pat
Schlenker congratulated the
hospital staff for the accomplish-
ment, noting \v ith particular pride
that the ranking \\as achieved by
the vote of the public.
As part of honoring the staff
that led to the ranking. Schlen-
ker also announced the Hero

See NFCH, page 3A


Vernon swears in new Council, Cook elected Council president


JAYFELSBERG
Managing Editor
The new Vernon City Coun-
cil was sworn in Monday night.
Mayor James Boswell and Coun-
cil members John Cook, Narvel
Armstrong. Vi\ian Brewer, and
Cher\l WI ithrot\ were sworn in.
Council Member David Austin
was absent.
:City Clerk Sharon Cobb then
assigned council members their
numbers based on the number
of votes received in the March
'14 "straw poll." The top three
vote getters Armstrong, Cook
and Withrow occupy seats
one through three. They will run
for reelection in two years. The
other two members Austin and
Brewer will serve one year and
run for reelection with Boswell
in one year. This will enable a
"staggered" election so all five
council members and the mayor
do not run in the same election.
Cook was then elected Coun-
cil president and Armstrong vice-
president.


St. James has
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Rebecca St. James is a native
of Australia, and she definitely
appears to be a beach person.
"I'm so excited to come to
Florida," she said in a telephone
interview Thursday, March 23, as
she was preparing to go on stage
in South Carolina. "Florida feels
a lot like Australia (her native
country) because it's so close to
the water."
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The new Vernon City Council was sworn in Monday night by City Attorney Kerry Adkison. Mayor
James Boswell andCouncil members John Cook. Narvel Armstrong, Vivian Brewer, and Cheryl
Withrow were sworn in. Council Member David Austin was absent.


There was business to conduct
by the outgoing Council before
the new Council was sworn in.
Council (including outgoing
members Oscar Ward and Ter-
ria Davis) approved advertising
to take bids for a surplus 1985
Chevy Blazer used by the fire
department. Sealed bids will be


taken, and proceeds would go to
the fire department's budget.
Council also let a motion by
Oscar Ward die for lack of a
second. Oscar Ward made the
motion to pay a week's vacation
to former city employee Gerald
Ward. Oscar Ward maintained
that since employees get two


goals on Spring 2006 tour
Jadon Lavik will be in Bonifay better video and other elements.
Saturday, April 1, at the third Mind you, although she said
annual. Soul Jam at Holmes entertainment is great, that is
County Fairgrounds. The "If I not why she is doing the tour
Had a Chance to Tell You Some- for the fans. "It's not worth it to
thing" tour is also the name of St. just entertain. It's for the Mes
James' new album, and she has sage and to see the changes in
ambitious plans for the tour. them through God's love every
"We really wanted to max it night."
out and take it to a level as never "As for the messages we want
before, and we've accomplished to send, one is the big thing in
that," St. James said. She said the my life you are loved. We want
tour has higher technical stan-
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week's vacation after 12 months
'of employment, that Gerald
Ward should get a week.
City Attorney Kerry Adkison
said that he believed that making
such a motion could open Oscar
Ward up to a conflict of interest,

See VERNON, page 3A


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Wednesday, March 29, 2006, Washington County News, 3A


VERNON
Continued from page 1A
as both Wards are related.
Oscar Ward still went
ahead with his motion.
Robert Simmons of
Baskerville-Donovan, the
City's engineering firm,
provided an update on the
City's wastewater proj-
ect. Simmons said that
construction of the plant
was progressing well and
should be online by July
or August. Once the plant
is operational it will go a
long way toward lifting
the consent order the City
is under.
Simmons said that BDI
is looking for additional
funding for relocating util-
ities due to the future wid-
ening of Hwy. 79 through
the city. He said that based
on feedback from the De-
partment of Transportation
there could be additional
money available. If not,
he advised continued lob-
bying of State Sen. Durell
Peaden and State Rep. Don
Brown for help from the
Legislature.
He said that DOT is in
the design phase for Hwy.
79 and is looking at wheth-
er to add additional storm


SNFCH
Continued from page 1A
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Robert Simmons of Baskerville-Donovan, the City's engineering firm, provided
an update on the City's wastewater project. Simmons said that construction of the
plant was progressing well and should be online by July or August.


pipe and storm ponds, as
well as whether to treat wa-
ter in some storm ponds.
Simmons had goodnews
about the cost of the proj-
ect. He said that it would
not be necessary to move
the lift station on County
Road 277. The station is in
a "clear zone" that will not
require any work, since the
DOT design will not shift
CR 277 as far as expected.,
This would save about
$125,000. Simmons said
he plans to have the pipe
looked at by video camera
to see what kind of shape
they are in, and strongly


recommended to Council
that they retain as many
existing water and sewer
lines as possible.
There was also discus-
sion of whether the new:
treatment plant could han-
dle additional load caused
by extension of the City
limits and several hous-
ing developments planned
or discussed for the area.
Simmons said that the
plant was designed to han-
dle a growth of about four
percent a year, and present
growth of use is about one
percent a year.
Cobb told Council that


four new sewer taps were
sold in just 10 days, and
also noted that a develop-
ment with 20-30 apart-
ments is planned east of
Sylvania Road.
Simmons recommended
that the City have an, im-
pact fee structure in place
before major development
takes place. He also rec-
ommended having a work-
shop with each individual
developer to get their plans
and schedules.
Developers should also
be responsible for putting
in infrastructure according
to County codes.


I I COMMUNITYp u NEWS7


VHS Project
Graduation
Vernon High School
Project Graduation Com-
.mittee is currently seeking
donations toward the Proj-
ect Graduation Luau.
Project Graduation is
:an all night substance free,
parent sponsored event that
'provides the graduating.
class a night to celebrate
:their commencement in a.
secluded chaperoned en-
vironment. It takes place
immediately following
Commencement exercises.
Iii addition to the luau,


eagh participant v
ceive a souvenir
The committee also
to furnish door pri;
class members.
To make a finan<
nation or contribute.
prize toward this
contact Belinda i
at 850-535-1493,;
Green at; 850-53
(home) or 850-774
(cell) or Vernon
School, at 850-535-2

Scholarships
ahaile le y
SThe Chipley


vill re- Woman's Club (CJWC)
t-shirt, is now accepting applica-
plans tions for the club's annual
zes for college scholarship. All
female seniors at Chipley
cial do- High School (CHS) who
a door will graduate in 2006 are
event, eligible to apply for the
Howell $1,000 award. The dead-
Donna line.to apply is April 19.
5-2111 The: scholarship recipi-.
4-4839 ent will be chosen based on
High a combination of academic
2046. achievement, club and
community involvement,
leadership skills, future
aspirations, and ability to,
Junior. late ideas.artc
Junior late ideas.


Honored for their efforts
The Washington County School Board recently honored the staff at Dozier I and
HI with plaques of appreciation.


JAM
Continued from page 1A
to let them know they are
loved extravagantly by
God and they can always
come home. I take the
responsibility of that very
: seriously.
"On this album I'm
speaking about everything
from God's; extravagant
love, to surrender, to hav-
ing compassion for the
hurting, to transforming
from a selfish life to a life
that's alive with service to
God. I've sought themes
*that are relevant and that I
Shop hit home in people's
lives, and I've done so by
speaking from the reality
of my own life."
St. James said her other
Theme was to keep purity
before marriage, a long-
standing concern.
"We want people to know
true, real love. Often they
only get the phony kind.
It's a way of no regrets."
In an interview with
Christian Radio and Retail
SWeekly, St. James talked
about her visit to L'Abri
in Switzerland, the .-late.
Francis Schaeffer's study
center in the Alps. She


spoke about how God
renewed her heart before
she began her first album
in four years.
"I think there's a joy and
a freshness that I felt in the
studio, which is genuinely
coming from this place
that I'm in. I'm enjoying
this more than ever in my
entire calling."
St. James also said she is
enjoying touring with Bar-
low Girl and Jadon Lavik.
"They are just wonderful.
I knew Barlow Girl before
the tour and we hung out
together. Like myself, they
travel with family and
there's a lot that we con-
nect with. It's also rare
to see girls who rock like
that."
St. James said fans will
like Lavik's acoustical-ori-
ented set as well. She said
everyone is fun to work
with.
"There's a real sense of
community, both on and
off stage," she said.

Theme from the Bible
Ephesians 3:14-21 is the
theme St. James is using
on her tour:
Wherefore I desire that
ye faint not at my tribula-


tionsfor you, which is your
glory.
For this cause I bow my
knees unto the Father of
our Lord Jesus Christ,
Of whom the whole fam-
ily in heaven and earth is
named,
That he would grant you,
according to the riches of
his glory; to be strength-
ened with might by his
Spirit in the inner man;
That Christ may dwell
in your hearts by faith;
that ye, being rooted and
grounded in love,
May be able to compre-
hend with all saints what
is the breadth, and length,
and depth, and height;
And to know the love
of Christ, which passeth
knowledge, that ye might
be filled with all the ful-
ness of God.
Now unto him that is
able to do exceeding abun-
dantly above all that we
ask or think, according to
the power that worketh in
us,
Unto him be glory in
the church by Christ Jesus
throughout all ages, world
without end. Amen. (KJV)
See Real Power for
more on the tour.


The winner of the schol-
arship will be announced
during the senior honors
day presentation at CHS.
Applications may be
picked up at the CHS guid-
ance counselor office. For
more information, contact
Ayshia Hatcher at 638-
4555. The CJWC seeks to
assist one CHS graduate
annually in attending the
college of their choice in
their continued effort to
serve the local community.


nees for the first quarter of
2006. "The program was
developed as the result of
meetings with associates,"
Schlenker said. He said
that there was strong sup-
port for a return to a for-
mal employee recognition
program. Hero nominees
all receive a gift certificate,
and quarterly winners get
$250.
Schlenker and Chief
Financial Officer Greg
Moreau talked about what
it took to be a Hero nomi-
nee. "They promote and
live our corporate culture,
promote our core values
and are committed to our
guest relations program,"
Moreau said.'
First-quarter nominees
are Barnett Bell (Labora-
tory), Lisa Corbin (Skilled
Nursing Unit), Valeria


Davis (Patient Registra-
tion), Pamela Fuller (Pa.
tient Registration), Laurie
Grantham (ECS), Betty
Hartman (Home Health),
Carolyn Isler (Patient Reg.
istration), Michael Ken.
nedy (Surgical Services).
Simona Mayo (Medical/
Surgery), Milly McCovery
(ECS), Kathy Smith (Lab.
oratory), Rodney Tindell
(Respiratory Therapy), and
Tracy Walker (Account.
ing).
Barnett Bell was named
first-quarter Hero winner.

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Fax to
850-638-4601
850-547-9418


NOTICE TO
TAXPAYERS
The deadline for paying 2005 property
taxes without a delinquent fee is March
31, 2006. All mail payments postmarked
March 31, 2006 will be accepted with-
out a penalty.
Taxes paid after March 31, 2006 will
have an additional 3% penalty.
Taxes paid after April 28, 2006 will
have a 3% penalty and newspaper ad-
vertising costs.

Office Hours
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. 4 p.m.

Telephone Numbers
(850) 638-6275 or (850) 638-6276
Helen McEntyre
Washington County Tax Collector


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and Therese Homan, C ordon 'Jackson, Merle East-' 'Coiny's Meals on Wheels prograni.They also handle
man, Margaret Eckerle, Channel Haddix and Jean other volunteer chores at the Council on Aging during
Dove. Volunteers not pictured are Eddie Swiegart the weekdays. From left are Shirley Richards, Otis
and Nellie Mitchell. Ikner, Lorene Monk and Mary Smith.


Meals on Wheels volunteers are honored


Margaret Eckerle has been'
delivering frozen meals in
Sunny Hills once a week for
15 years. She is part of the
Washington County Meals
on Wheels program and was
one of several recognized by
RSVP (Retired Seniors Vol-
unteer Program). coordinated
by Jerry Haviland.
Haviland invited his vol-
unteer drivers to a meeting
spotlighting Meals on Wheels
March 27 to thank them for
unselfishly giving their time
to help the homebound.
S "It is an exciting thing to
see them all arriving, smiling
arid ready to start," Haviland
explained. "They not only
take food into the house, they
take sunshine and warmth."
Some of the drivers have
been delivering meals up
to four times a week. Merle
Eastman has a four-day
schedule on the Chipley route
he has serviced for more than
four years.
Tom and Therese Homan
have been delivering in
Chipley for nine years, and


SRSVP volunteer coor-
Sdinator Jerry Haviland,
standing, hosted a spe-
cial meeting March 27
Sto recognize drivers for
Sthe Meals on Wheels
Program. Roger Van-
SLandingham, seated, is a
three-year veteran of the
program. He delivers in
southwest and northwest
Chipley two days a week.


Roger VanLandingham, who
has volunteered two days a
week for three years, has be-
come a friendly face to those
he delivers to in southwest
and northwest Chipley.
"'Many of the people they
serve have lonely lives, some
are homebound and therefore
do not have a lot of visitors,"
Haviland explained. "This
gives those of us on the route
a special feeling and turns
the service to the client into
a payback." Gordon Jackson
has driven a route in the South
Washington County area two
times a week for 10 years,"
according to Haviland.
The Monday morning
meeting was held at the
Washington County Council
on Aging (WCCOA) where
four of the RSVP volunteers
hold indoor jobs. Mary Smith,
Shirley Richards, Lorene
Monk and Otis [kner help


get the day's meals ready to
go on the road. They also do
other volunteer work.
Chanell Haddix, who is a
10-year veteran of the pro-
gram, brought a special help-
er, Jean Dove, to the meeting
with her. Dove is a volunteer
from ARC, which is near the
Council on Aging. Dove had
good things to say about the
refreshments which Haviland
makes for his meetings.
Also driving routes for
Meals on Wheels are Eddie
Swiegart of Sunny Hills, who
has three years of service
to the program, and Nellie
Mitchell of Vernon, a two-
year volunteer. They both
have routes that take them
into the Sunny Hills area, and
like the other drivers, "they
feel they are the ones who re-
ally receive the pleasure and
benefit from the program,"
Haviland said.-


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Page 6A


Sports Beat
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JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
With baseball and
softball seasons well un-
derway and district play
getting started, several
teams have came to the
forefront in the area.
Holmes County's
baseball team currently
sits at 12-3 for the sea-
son and is ranked fifth
in the state.
The team has a mix of
talent from senior lead-
ers to sophomore talent.
Zack Nails, B.J. Lee,
Kentral Ector and Bran-
don Dykes leads a team
loaded with talent and
Brad White provides
the power at the plate
along with Aaron Mol-
let to pickup the RBIs
for a strong team.
If the pitching for the
Blue Devils holds up
they should be a serious
threat in the playoffs.
Ponce de Leon may
be the most impres-
sive squad thus far in
the season, posting a
perfect 12-0 record and
ranked fifth in the most
recent polls.
The Pirates rely on
a trio of juniors to lead
the team to the perfect
this season
Cody Carroll, Chris
Peterson and Jason Staf-
ford have been over-
powering on the mound
and several others have
excelled at the plate.
SThe Chipley Tigers
have rattled off sev-
eral wins in a row after
struggling early in the
season.
Chipley now stands at
10-3 and may have the
strongest pitching staff
in the area.
Led by Hunter Park
and Scotty Rudd the Ti-
gers' offense has really
picked up the pace dur-
ing their recent winning
streak and has the Tiger
team on cruise control.
Vernon is also one of
the better baseball teams
in the area and starting
to hit their stride head-
ing into the last part of
the season.
Jed Tyre and Brittan
Brock have led the team
on the mound as the
Yellow Jackets look to
the playoffs.
In the softball realm,
the Holmes County
Lady Devils are head
of the class. They are
now 10-3 for the season
and have completely
dominated their district
games.
The only losses were
suffered during a tour-
nament battle in the
early part of the season.
Crystal Thompson
leads the team in nearly
every statistical catego-
ry and is one of the top
pitchers in the state.
Mary Elizabeth Pip-
pin and Rachel Hodge
have also become very
dominant pitchers,
keeping the hitters off
balanced.
So if you're sitting at
home on some of these
great spring afternoons,


get out and support one
of the quality teams that
the area has to offer.
These kids deserve
our support and could
end up holding a state
title when the season
closes.


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Turkey season opens with a BANG!! Turkey hunters across the state flocked to the woods Satuday
morning as the start of Turkey season began. Holmes County held it's first open season in nine years with a
three day season on Saturday-Monday. Above, Justin Pdulin, center, is joined by Holmes County Extension
Agent, Shep Eubanks left, and Justin's father Bobby Paulin as he harvested one of the first birds taken in
Holmes County. The bird weighed 21 pounds and had a 10-3/4 inch beard and the spurs measured 1-1/8 inches.
Justin was also filmed during his hunt my a professional film company for the National Wild Turkey Federation
and will be featured on their show in coming months.


Blue Devils improve to 12-3 on season


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County Blue
Devils baseball team
improved to 12-3 for the
season and maintained
their fifth place ranking in
Class 3A.
The spring break week
was capped off with a
11-1 win over Greenville,
Ala.
,Zack~lNals picked up
the win pitching a com-
plete game 10 strike out
game.; He improved his
season record to 4-2 and
has now throw 41 innings
and compiled 64 strike-
outs.
B.J. Lee lead the team
with a single and a triple,
while scoring two runs in
the win.
Others playing well
were Brandon Dykes
with a single and two runs
scored, Brad White with a
double and an RBI, Ken-
tral Ector with a single
and RBI and Jared Mose-
ley with a single and two
RBIs. Ty Short also had
two RBIs in the win.
"It's good to see or
number one and two hit-
ters getting on base with a
high percentage to set the
table for our RBI guys,"
said HCHS coach Ron
Dixon.
They followed the win
up with a 5-4 win over
Walton. Michael Johnson
earned the win to im-
proved to 2-0 on the year.
Nails and Mosley also
pitched in the win.
Aaron Mollet and Brad
White improved their
team leading RBI total to
18 on the year.
Both finished with two
doubles and two RBIs
each.
Kentral Ector had a
single and triple in the
game.
They began the week
defeating Marianna in
a district battle 8-5. in
Marianna.
Jared Mosely was the
winning pitcher and im-
proved to 4-0 for the sea-
son. He went five innings
and struck out five for the
win. Zack Nails picked
up the save.
Leading hitters for
the game were; Brandon
Dykes with two hits and
an RBI, B.J. Lee with two


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Bluegill, bas, shellcrack-
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Zack Nails has been key in Holmes County's move to sixth in the state rankings.


hits, two runs scored and
an RBI, Brad White and
Ty Short both had two hits
in the win. Others play-
ing well were; Michael
Johnson, with a double,
Aaron Mollet with a
single and two RBIs, and
Calab Johnson with two
RBIs.
"Caleb had a clutch two
RBI single in the sixth to
extend our lead in the
game," said HCHS coach
Ron Dixon.
They followed that
win with a 14-2 win over
Graceville.
Grant Gavin earned the
win going four innings
with five strikeouts. Zack
Nalls finished the game


with five strikeouts.
Brad White lead the
Devils attack with two
doubles and a grand slam
home run, and finished
with six RBIs for the
game. Mollet had two,
hits and two RBIs, B.J.
Lee added two hits and
scored two runs. Kentral
Ector also had a' home
run. The final game of
the week matched the
Devils against Donelson
Christian Acadamy from
Nashville, Tenn.
The Devils .once again
turned to Jared Moseley
on the mound and he
pitched a complete game
for the win.
B.J. Lee lead the team


with a bases loaded three
RBI double. Brad White
had a double and RBI,
Brandon Dykes had two
RBIs and Calab Johnson
scored twice for the Dev-
ils.
"Our pitching is look-
ing good and were are
starting to come togeth-
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Park throws no-hitter during hi


Chipley's
The Chipley High
School baseball team
continued their winning
ways with five wins over
the past two weeks. The
Tigers now stand at 10-3
for the season.
They have -rode the
strength of the team dur-
ing their winning streak.
Strong pitching and time-
ly hitting has propelled
the Tigers. Hunter Park.
has performed very well
for the Tigers his last two
outing he has allowed
only one hit and struck
out over 25 batters. Jared
Kirkland, Zac Schaubhut,
Scotty Rudd and Ryan
Brown have also been
keeping hitters off bal-
anced on the mound.
The Tigers kicked off
their run With a, 14-2,
win over Montgomery
Catholic on March 16.
Jared Kirkland was the


winning streak


winning pitcher and Zac
Schaubhut came in to
close out the game.
Leading hitters for the
game were Jesse Carter
with two hits and an RBI,
Hunter Park with two
hits and two RBIs, Josh
Roberts with two hits
and two RBIs and Ryan
Brown with an RBI.
The following day the
Tigers battled Brewbaker
Tech out of Tennessee.
Hunter Park threw a
complete game no-hitter
as the Tigers won 5-0.
Park struck out 12 and
only walked two. Rob-
erts led the team with
two hits, Jared Strickland
also had two hits and an
RBI.
Tucker Mathis finished
with two hits.
The Tigers next oppo-
nent was Greenville High
out of Greenville, Ala.


Once again the Tigers
cruised to a 13-3 win.
Ryan Brown earned the
win for the Tigers. Scotty
Rudd finished the game
going 3-for-4 with two
RBIs and Jesse Carter
went 2-for-3 with one
RBI.
The Tigers wrapped up
a great week with a pair of
wins against Graceville in
a double-header game.
The opening game saw
the Tigers jump out to an
early 1-0 lead in the first
inning but they were held
scoreless until the seventh
inning where they scored
two to win the game.
Scotty Rudd pitched a
complete game and added
the two RBI double in the
bottom of the seventh for
the win.
Tucker Mathis had a
big triple for the Tigers in
the game.


Lady Blue Devils stay

undefeated in district play


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Holmes County Lady
Devils softball team im-
proved to 10-3 on the sea-
son with wins over Mari-
anna and Freeport.
They began the week
with a 9-4 win over Mari-
anna at home.
The Lady Devils fell
behind.early in the first in-
ning and struggled for the
opening two innings. In'
the third, the Lady Devils
exploded for four runs and
added five in the third to
take control of the game.
.,:ine nans wereL ino r
than enough for Crystal
Thompson to earn her sixth
win of the year. Thompson
went seven innings, strik-
ing out 13 and allowing
four hits in the win.
Rachel Gavin finished
the game 2-for-2, Mikaela
Strickland went-2-for-4
and Crystal Thompson
with 2-for-3 for the Lady
) Devils.
On March 17. the Lady
Devils travelled to: Free-
port were they improved
on their season record with
a 7-1 win.


Mary Elizabeth Pippin
went five strong innings,
striking out eight to earn
her third win of the season.
Rachel Gavin closed the
game out for the Devils.
Leading hitters for the
Devils were Lacy Russ,
Rachel Gavin, Bri Belcher,
Aleah Peters and Thomp-
son all with one hit each.
RECAP
They started the week at
home against Mosley and
relied on the great pitching
of Crystal Thompson and
Mary Pippin to shutout
the Lady Marlins in the
1-0' win. .
The only Lady Devils
run came in the four inning
when Thompson doubled
and Cassy Long singled
to score Thompson for the
only run of the game.
Thompson finished
l-for-3, Long finished 1-
for-2 and Sarah Durrance,
Mikaela Strikland, Aleah
Peters and Rachel Gavin
each,had a hit in the game.
Just days later the Lady,
Devils welcomed the Lady
Tigers of Chipley to town
and made quick work on
them in the 11-0 five in-


ning game.
Crystal Thompson
earned the win going five
innings and striking out
seven.
Thompson went 2-for-3
with a home run. Brianna
Belcher also added a grand
slam home run and finished
with four RBIs.
Strikland, Gavin and
Long each finished with
one hit.
"This was a big district
win for us," said HCHS
coach Carrie Thompson.
The Lady Devils didn't/
let up when they faced in-
county rival Bethlehem on
Friday afternoon.
They jumped on the
Wildcats early and cruised
to a 20-0 win.
-Mary Pippin went three
innings and struck out
seven allowing only one
hit. Rachel Gavin went the
final two innings and struck
out four.
Belcher went 2-for-3,
Thompson went 2-for-2,
Strikland finished 2-or-3
with a double, Sierra Jack-
son went 2-for-3 with a
double and Rachael Hodge
with 2-for-3.


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Chipley has used strong pitching during their current winning streak.
The second game of the batters. Chipley scored RBIs and Jesse Carter
double header was much seven runs in the fourth with two RBIs.
easier as Hunter Park and another in the sixth The Tigers will face
dominated from the start to earn the 8-1 victory. Portland, Tenn on Thurs-
and ,allowed only one Leading hitters were day and travel to Mari-
hit while striking out 14 Ryan Brown with two anrnaon Friday.


Pirates stay perfect for season


Ponce de Leon boys
baseball team continued
their run at a perfect sea-
son this past week sweep-
ing the round-robin tour-
nament they hosted.
The win improved
the Pirates to 12-0 for
the season and they re-
ceived a top 10 ranking
in the most recent Florida
Sports Writers Associa-
tion Polls.
The Pirates were
ranked fifth in the state in
class 2A.
Cody Carroll lead the
team to a, 7-2, win on
the mound. Carroll went
six innings allowing four
hits and striking out 13
batters.
Zack Rushing was the
teams leading"hitter fin-
ishing 3-for-3 with two
RBIs. Jason Stafford and
finished 3-for-4 and Kyle


Whigham had a great
game adding a two RBI
double. Chris Peterson
also had an RBI in the
win.
The following night the
Pirates played in-county
rival Bethlehem and eas-
ily handled the Wildcats
16-0.
Chris Peterson com-
pletely over-powered the
Wildcats as he allowed
one hit and struck out six.
Tyler Brannon finished
the game 1-for-3 with
three RBIs.
Whigham, Carroll,
Caylon Friend, Joey
Paulk and Houston Byrd
all finished with two RBIs
each.
;The Pirateswrapped up
tli tournament "bnThurs-
day night with an, 11-1,
win over Freeport.
Jason Stafford took the


mound and went six in-
nings, allowing one hit
and striking out eight for
the win.
Tyler Brannon hit a
solo home run for the
Pirates. Zack Rushing
went 2-for-3 with two
RBIs and Nick Rushing
also went 2-for-3 with
two RBIs.
Paulk and Bryd each
added an RBI in the win.
PdL will host Port-
land, Tenn of Friday af-
ternoon at 3:30 in Ponce
de Leon.
"We are not striking
out as much as last year
and that is allowing us
to score more runs. Our
threepitcher have really
thrown the ball well
we are comfortable send-
ing any of them to the
mound," said PdL coach
Todd Jones.


Umpires...Um
pires...Umpires
needed for the
Holmes County
Dixie Youth.
Anyone inter-
ested should con-
tact Terry Ingles
at 547-1515 for
more informa-
tion. Umpires
will receive cer-
tification prior
to calling games
for the coming
season.


Above, Braylee Pooser 11 from
Chipley killed her first gobbler
on March 19 while hunting with
her Pa, Marvin Reno. The gob-
bler had a nine-inch beard with
3/4-inch spurs, weighed 17 lbs.
and was taken in the Orange Hill
area. An early rise and patience
while her Pa called the turkey
was worth it! At right, Marty Ma-
jors, left, holds son Blake Majors'
turkey taken in Holmes County
during the three-day hunt last
weekend. The bird was taken in
She Izagora Community.










8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Wausau news update


I IIAF[SION2 I LiANIS B~ AN[QUET I


The Wausau Town
Council met in regular
session during the months
of February and March
and conducted the follow-
ing business, according to
minutes and information
provided by Town Clerk
Margaret Riley:

*Discussed a cleanup
petition presented to
Council. The litter control
ordinance covers most of
the issues discussed, and
it was noted that violators
of the ordinance should be
reported to the town clerk.
She would'inform the
Codes Enforcement office
to investigate the reports.
*Discussed the proposed
Town animal control ordi-


nance. The contract with
Animal Control of West
Florida provides for the
Town paying $39 per ani-
mal for pickups as needed.
The ordinance will be ad-
opted at the April meeting.
*Appointed Ray Justice
as chairman of the Vision-
ing Committee. Meetings
of the committee will be
advertised in the paper.
*Purchased' two weed-
eaters and two laiwnmow-
ers.
*Waived ball fees for
a small number of fami-
lies who could not afford
them.
The next meeting is
scheduled for Thursday,
April 13. For information,
call 1781. .


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this year will be an espe-
cially busy political season,
not just at the national
and state levels, but at the
county level as well.
To avoid any misun-
derstanding or confusion
about dealing with the
newspaper this year, all
potential candidates are
reminded of long-standing
policies for political an-
nouncements, advertising
and election coverage.
Every candidate will be
given one announcement
of intent at no charge, and
all announcements for
every given issue will be
run on a specified page or
pages in the newspapers as
the candidates announce.
Announcements should be
no more than 250 words in
length.
After the free announce-
ment of intent, candidates
are welcome to state their
cases in political ad% ertise-
Wients, whioh ~rel sold Ak;:"
the regular bpen rates of
the newspaper
Position cannot be
guaranteed, though the
newspaper staff will make
every effort to honor, such
requests.
Candidates are urged to
turn in ad copy early so
that greater :attention to
detail can be given to their
ads.
Those who wait until
'just before" deadline often
find themselves caught up
in a last minute rush.
Of course, no advertise-
ment will be refused unless
it is considered libelous
or in poor taste. All free
announcements must be
turned in prior to qualify-
ing week this summer.
I After qualifying week,
no free announcement will
be run, even if a candidate


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has not yet filed one. The
newspaper staff will report
on the line-up in each race
after qualifying as part of
routine coverage.
Special coverage will
be given to the races in a
tabloid edition just before
election day.,
Candidates wishing
advertising space in this
edition should place, and.
pay for, their ads as early
as possible.
Position requests will
be honored on a first come,
first served basis in order
to be fair to all. In this.
pre-election voters' guide,
photos and a brief outline
of each candidate will be
published on a race-by-
race basis.
Due to an especially
busy schedule anticipated
this year, photography ser-
vices will not be offered by
the newspaper staff.
All candidates are urged
to obtain, package of -such
photd froht:photograplers
in the area, so that each
candidate will have control
over picture selection and
quality.


Florida Kiwanis Governor

is the guest of honor


Florida Kiwanis Divi-
sion 2 Lt. Governor Mar-
tin Coates, along with the
Bonifay Kiwanis Club,
hosted the Division 2 Gov-
ernor's Banquet honoring
Florida Kiwanis Governor
Donna Batelaan and First
Gentleman David Batelaan
on Saturday, March 11
at Simbo's Restaurant in
Bonifay.
Lt. Governor Coates,
along with Bonifay
Kiwanis President Jempsey
Owen, Bonifay Kiwanis
Secretary Holly Holland
and Northwest Florida
Championship Rodeo
Chairman Herb Peel took
Governor Batelaan and the
First Gentleman on a tour
of Bonifay.
The group visited Me-
morial Field, the Recre-
atioil Center 'and Holmes

Bonifay Ki\\anis Club
has played a big part in the
.building and success of all
three of the areas that were


visited.
After the tour the group
'met at Simbo's Restaurant
where a Meet and Greet
was held for the Kiwanis
Division 2 presidents and
secretaries.
The banquet began after
the Meet and Greet, the
group enjoyed fried chick-
en, roast beef, scalloped
potatoes, green beans, rolls
and strawberry shortcake.
After dinner, Governor
Batelaan introduced her
husband David Batelaan
who spoke about the First
Gentleman's project,
March of Dimes. Then
Governor Batelaan encour-
aged the Kiwanians to con-
tinue helping their commu-
nity through the "Young
Children: Priority' One"
service project and through
membership growth.: "'~
(, Firiall-~ i G-emor.'Bte-
laan reminded the group
that "together we can"
which is her theme for the
2005-2006 year.


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Florida Kiwanis Division 2 Lt.:: Governor Martin
Coates, along vith the Bonifay Kiwanis. Club, hosted
the Division 2 Governor's Banquet honoring Florida
Kiwanis Governor Donna Batelaan and First Gentle-
man David Batelaan (abo% e). Left: Coates presents a
donation to the First Gentleman's project, the March
of Dimes.
If, 1 t


The theme of the ban-
quet of course \\as western
in honor of the success
that the Northwest Florida
Championship Rodeo
brings to the Bonifay
Kiwanis Club. Besides
the 3i0w r!ep.reenrnti'Mes
from the Bonifay Club,
the following clubs from
Division 2 where also pres-
ent: Chipley, Marianna,


Panama City, Panama Cit)
Beach, 'and St: Andrews,
absent' were DeFuniak
Springs. Grace\ ille, arid
Pori' St. Joe. In all there
were 65 present during the
banquet. ii.
1,tFtef .bmrnoe r!.:iirfornia-
ticn on .Governor Donna
Batelaan and First 'Gehtle-
man David Batelaan, Visit
www\l.floridakiwanis.com


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Farmed out
: One, of the careers'" of
the "prattler" has been
alluded to in the column,
but has neverreally been
expounded upon.
In the summer of 1941,
my dad "farmed" me out
,on-a beach job to David T.
,Lloyd and wife, Iva Mae
Lloyd. She operated the were constantly trying to
Archway Sandwich Shop escape from their confine-
and had approximately ment. Suffice to say, I did
eight rental cottages, the not make friends with any
forerunner of motels on of the animals that were
Panama City Beach. committed to my care.
The business was lo- The difficulty with the
cated on Highway 98, above jobs made it almost
adjacent to the entry road enjoyable to pick up gar-
leading to the Panama City bage, place it in a utility
Beach Resort, one the first trailer for hauling to the
popular beach attractions dump with Mr. Lloyd
on the Gulf Beaches; It pulling the trailer with his
-was owned by the Pledger 1:,933 Plymouth coupe work
-faiiily. .. :. car. He would let me drive
The plan was fornie to it occasionally. I also got
work with Mrs. Lloyd-in -along fine cleaning up the
-the operation of the cafe cottages, scaling and dress-
-as well as do the clean-up ing fresh fish for the cafe,
-of the cottages, :preparing: killing, scalding, singeing
them for:the' next renter. and dressing fryers for
She was an: avowed natu- -serving in the Sandwich
ralist, therefore she had Shop.
her own goat.for milk and My job also included
reared rabbits for food. washing 'dishes, keeping
She was a dog lover and fresh, sanitized china and
her pet, a pekingese female silverware ready for serv-
named Lote, was her pride 'ing food. If I had time to
and joy. take a shower and dress
The Lloyds did not have properly, I was allowed to
children. She was then pos- also wait on tables where I
sibly age 48 and Mr. Lloyd was able to pick up a few
was probably 55. He was dimes and nickels in tips.
a building contractor and, Another nightly assign-
at that time, was erecting ment was for me to serve
an -A&P Grocery Store Mr. Lloyd his evening
on Fifth Street in Panama meal. He sat in a booth cut'
City. off from the main restau-
..No set salary was prom- rant and he would tell me
ised. for the 13-year-old what to bring him from the
'country bumpkin." Mrs. kitchen.
Lloyd and my dad agreed : I became so brazen that
that she would, pay me -1 would bringhis food and
what I was worth! sit at the table with him,
SMy job description was thinking my job included
pretty much described as entertaining the hearing-
time went on. I found out impaired building con-
Ssoon that I was to take Lote tractor who probably had,
for a daily walk among the serious problems bearing
sand dunes.. She was not on his mind,
on, a ;eash so she set'the One. night, while the
limits as. to how far.we country boy was talking
walked, as wellias how fast away, Mr. Lloyd loudly
and over what terrain. This stated, "Shut up, you talk
came to be a dreaded daily too damn much., I don't
chore. care nothing about what
Milking the "goat was you're saying." I've gone
also assigned to me and through life remembering
I found that to' be much Ithat profound lesson! I had
more difficult than milking : to have it repeated to me in
a cow which I had much a different form by a store,
experience in doing. Feed- manager in my employ-
ing and caring for the pair ment at Sears. Bob Hud-
of rabbits was also my job. son, my last boss at Sears
This included getting them .:in Panama City, :in giving
back into the cage almost me an unofficial job evalu-
every day as one, or both, action or maybe it was an,


The business will then
be issued a sequentially
numbered decal that is dis-
played on a glass window
or door on the front of their
store. Using a numbered
decal system not only
eliminates the need for a
business to publicly post
private information for ev-
eryone to see, it provides a
secure means for law en-


Perry's Prattle,

By Perry Wells
,1 :.


A restored 1933 Plymotth coupe similar to the one
owned by D.T. Lloyd.
official reprimand, told were called "polo" shirts
me, "Wells, your problem then. Today,.they would be
,is you don't put first things :simply T-shirts.
first." Maybe 1 haven't :My place of residence
learned that lesson yet. shifted from one cottage to
Then, a third, reminder another, usually .the .most
of my shortcoming came undesirable one. My ward-
when, as a probation robe and other belongings
and parole officer, B.G. were rather limited which
Clayton,: my immediate allowed me to move: on
supervisor, in an official short notice. At one time,
annual job evaluation told when all units were rented,
me, "Perry, your biggest My "quarters" were a stor-
weakness is that you Want age room, without bath-
too much for people to like room facilities.
you." I readily admit that I recall Mrs. Lloyd was
one, boss man. generally kind to me. She
Back to the job at the did chastise me severely
beach, I worked with the once when she sent me to
Lloyds six weeks that sum- the post office to purchase
mer. I did get to go to town and mail a money orde for:
by bus once or twice to-at- her. I failed to bring her the
tend a movie with a dollar receipt, but instead, sealed
doled out to me for show :iit ini theoutgoing envelope.
fare. Also, I was sent to 'She sent me back to the,
Doctor Coker in Panama post office to retrieve 'the
City by Mrs. Lloyd to have letter and the receipt.
an ingrown toenail re- I took the liberty of driv-
moved. Dr. Coker and his ingher 1939 Pontiac coupe
wife, Doris, were the only to the post office without
social friends that I recall her permission anid got the
the Llpyls having..., ;. vehicle mired in the beach
.I nvas allowed,..to i go sand, which, requiredhelp
home one week, staying to go get it out. This further
from Tuesday until Friday, brought her wrath down on
going with my dad from the boy from the country.
his Tuesday peddling trip When I concluded my:
and returning on the Friday six weeks of employment.
run. After that visit home. the negotiated pay day
I broke out in more risens," between Mrs. Lloyd and
prompting Mr. Lloyd to ask myi dd for the entire time
me, "what do you eat when 'was a great big TEN DOL-
you go home...snakes? LAR BILL. Everyone was
Another gratuity of the pleased with the pay day,
job was when Mrs. Lloyd. including me.
bought me a box of pull- This is becoming too
over shirts in bright colors lorig. Let's conclude it an-
of green, brown and blue, other time..
two in each color. They See you-all next week.


New safety program available to Washington County businesses


Sheriff Bobby Haddock
has kicked off a new pro-
gram designed specifically
with our community busi-
nesses in mind.
This 'free service is
called the "Emergency
Contact Decal" program.
This program establishes
a vital partnership between
local merchants and law
enforcement.
It is designed to pro-
vide a method to contact
the business owner in the,
event of an emergency af-
ter normal business hours'
without asking,them to post
personal and private names
and telephone numbers on
the front of their store. It
also covers situations not
normally covered by an
alarm system.
If the business chooses
to sign up for the "Emer-
gency Contact' Decal"
program, simply contact
the: Washington: County
Sheriff's Office at (850)
638-6111 or (850) 548-
5167:


public. We encourage all
community businesses to
form a partnership with the
Sheriff's Office in an effort
to make Washington Coun-
ty a better place to live.
*The new Washington
County Sheriff's Of-
fice Website is at www.
weso.us.
The WCSO Website
is an efficient and accu-
rate1 way to get important
information out to 0'thei
community, which is one
of the top priorities at the
:Sheriffs Office. ,
The Website offers.-
.vluable tools ..to help
the community combat
identity theft, identify and
track sexual offenders and
predators, and get up to the
minute updates on investi-
gations, warrants and the
specific steps the Sheriff's
Office is taking to insure
safe homes and safe com-
munities.


forcement to get in touch
with the business owner in
an emergency.
The Sheriff's Office
maintains a file of the in-
formation provided. We
only share it with other
local law -enforcement
agencies, not the general


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Wednesday, March 29, 2006, Washington County News, 9A



Relay for Life April 21-22
The annual "Relay for Life" is scheduled on April
21 and 22 and will be held at the Historic Chipley High
School track beginning at
'6:00 p.m.
There will be some-
thing for everyone in the
family including food,
games, and live music,
movies on the big screen
and so much more. Ev-
eryone is invited to come
out and enjoy the fun,
and help in the cause to raise money to find the cure for
Cancer.
The "Relay for Life" represents the hope that those
lost to cancer will never be forgotten, that those who face
cancer will be supported, and that one day cancer will be
eliminated.
For information on joining an existing team or in
sponsoring a team, call (850)785-9205 ext. 108.

Vernon High Boston butt sale
The Vernon High School Senior class is sponsoring
another 'Smoked Boston Butt' sale! Several patrons
missed the opportunity to order earlier this month; how-
ever, class members are taking preorders for delivery on
March 31. The roasts are $ 18 for a 10-pound roast. Don't
miss this chance to purchase your roast. For further in-
formation contact Erika Dotson at Vernon High School,
850-535-2046.

Benefit for cancer victim
AMVET Post No. 37 and Ladies Auxiliary, and Son's
of AMVETS are holding a benefit fund-raiser for 13-
year old Cole Alford on April 1, at 1156 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, beginning at 10 a.m.
S"Cole has been battling cancer and has been through a
lot the last t6vo years. In addition to 14 months of chemo-
therapy, he has had two amputations on his right foot and
leg," said a spokesman. All proceeds will go to benefit
Cole and his continuing fight against cancer.
t Entertainment .will include; games for kids, a bake
sale, hot dogs, a dunking booth, bean-bag toss.
"Bring your children and have a wonderful time at our
small carnival," the spokesperson urged.

Chipley FFA Alumni Raseball Day
Chipley FFA Alumni Baseball Day is June 17. The day
will be celebrated by a trip to Turner Field that evening.
Price is $50 a person and the trip leaves Chipley at about
6:30 a.m., with a return of about 10 p.m. There will be
a dinner stop. Price includes: Round-trip transportation
aboard a motor coach and tickets to the game (Field or
Terrace Pavilion level). 54 seats available .
-30j- more info please, calR 638-1L483 .or: 638-6k00
Ext. 514 (9 a.m.-4 p.m.) Ask for Bryan Lee or Vicki
Lamb!.

Paving underway
Portions of South Boulevard in Chipley. will be closed
to through traffic for resurfacing underway. Detours will
be in place and every effort to maintain smooth traffic
flow will be made.
The Washington County Board of County Commis-
sioners apologize for any inconvenience this project will
cause, but look forward to an improved road that is safer
and easier to maintain.

Bridge on Old Bonifay Road
The Washington County Board of County Commis-
sioners unanimously approved a request from state
Department of Transportation to close a bridge on Old
Bonifay Road as of Friday morning, March 21. County
Engineer Cliff Knauer said that inspection showed dam-
age to three pilings.
The bridge is scheduled for replacement using DOT
funding in 2007, but repairs are necessary now, Knauer
said. The Board also approved sending a request to DOT
to use just one lane that should be able to support trucks
and school buses. The Board also declared this an emer-
gency and instructed Knauer to get prices for repairs.















10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, March 29, 2006




Pate declares for


Cin Friends of the and to "wear their red ceived critical acclaim and should call Jodie Warren
Sbraes to hot hats." has been nominated for an at 638-4321 by Monday,

C Ij lllllSSI Io Libraries to host The speaker is Peggy award. She has worked in April 3, for luncheon res-
-,: local author Darty, whose latest book film, researched for CBS ervations.
"Some df the county's is "When the Sandpiper and teaches :writing work-
best times could yet be Friends of the Wash- Calls She refers to her shops aroundthecountry.
Calls." She refers to her shops aroundtcountry.
ahead of us, or possibly 'igton County Libraries book as a cozy mystery set "Peggy will discuss her TO
some of the worst". The will meet Thursday, April in a seaside community be- work and" writings and 'ADVERTISE
determining factor in the 6 t nn a th hpy tween Panama City Beach will have copies of her lat-
direction of the outcome. Women's Club. and Fort Walton Beach. est novel for purchase a CALL
of the above quote will The guest author is a Darty is an award-win- Friends member says. 638-0212
be who chosen in the up- 7 member of the Red Hat atel, rinds and any m 21
coming election. Joel Pate Society and invites all her ning author of 27 noels, Friends and any e-OR
as well as numerous novel- bers of the Red Hat Society OR
is seeking the District 2 fellow members to join the las and articles. When the are welcome to attend the 547.9414
Washington County Co- Friends for this program Sandpiper Calls hs re- luncheon meetingThey
ni- i oat siAi ha ssQ;oho i h


Ilssion seaL anuL Il lOAISJO
to be your voice for posi-
tive change.
Are you- content' to
stay in this current mode
or are we ready to. move
ahead with an agenda that
will bring a vibrant and
healthy government to this
County? Joel Pate believes
that a change is in order
to niove ahead in a direc-
tion in which all people of
Washington County will
benefit equally.
Pate retired in 1991
from the Florida Depart-
Sment of Transportation
in Chipley as a senior
highway designer. He
then worked with Green-
mari-Pedersen Inc., a New
York based company, as a
chief highway designer. In
1993 he became the Office.
Manager/Chief Designer
Varnum & Associates. Inc.
later he .was promoted to
vice president and he was
responsible for Florida
Department Of .Transpor-
tation operations until his
retirement~n 2001.
Siifce 'his' retirement
volunteering has been a a.
priority for Pate. Notable
service includes The West
Florida Regional Plan-
ning Council, State Wide
Advocacy Council, former
chair of the Washington


IARR ESTREPORS I


-Washington County
Sheriffs Office arrest report
dated March 20 through
March 27.
Andrews, Christopher
Rontyrell, b/m, 24: Chipley:
no charges listed; arrested
3/22.
Bell, Eric Doral, b/m, 34;
Panama City; VOP; arrested
3/21.
Bro\\n. Cory Robinson
Sr., b/m, 28; Panama City; no
charges listed; arrested 3/22.
Cook, Robert John, b/m,
32: Panama City: no charges
listed: arrested 3/22.
:Edwards, Gerald Gerod,
Sb/m, 32; Ebro; arrested 3/24.
Everett, Jalyn Enodrus,
b/rm, 23; Chipley; VOP; ar-
rested 3/21.
Folmar, Steven Ray, w/m,
31;. Panama City; driving
while license suspended
(third or subsequent convic-
tion), driving under the influ-
ence alcohol or drugs (fourth
or subsequent violation); ar-
rested 3/20.
Fowler, Richard Earl, w/m,
43; Chipley; flee attempt to
elude law enforcement, driv-
ing under the influence of al-
cohol or drugs; arrested 3/28.
French, Robert Martin,
w/m, 49; Chipley; false in-
formation regarding accident,
driving while license sus-
pended, hit and run; arrested
3/27.
Gates, Ottie Virginia, w/f,
41; Geneva, Ala.; possession
or use of narcotic equipment;
arrested3/22.
.Gayman, Troy Jacob, w/m,
25; Graceville; fraud insuf-
ficient funds check; arrested
3/24.
Grigsby, Mark Timothy,
w/m, 19; Homestead; driving
while license suspended; ar-
rested 3/21.
Hooks, Kijuana Latese,
b/f, 29; no address listed;
criminal mischief property
damage $200 and under; ar-
rested 3/21.
Hough, Wayne Roy, w/m,
50; Chipley; possession of
controlled substance without
prescription; arrested 3/24.
Huffman, Thomas Glenn,
w/m, 24; Chipley; sell co-
caine; arrested 3/21.
Kennedy, Lee Dell, b/m,
38; Chipley; carrying con-


I


cealed weapon/firearm: ar-
rested 3/24.
Mallory, Richard Dav'id.
w/m. 31: Grand Ridge; no
charges listed; arrested 3/24.
McKinnie. Albert Chester
111. b/m. 23: Chiple;, no
charges listed; arrested 3/23..
Mehringer, Lora Carol,
w/f, 42; Chipley; battery; ar-
rested 3/20.
NMendez, Jorge Montoya,
h/mn, 30; Pasadena, Texas; op-
erating motor vehicle without
drivers license: arrested 3/2 2.
Nicholson. Ricky Glenn
Jr.. \/vm. 23: Wausau: posses-
sion of cocaine with intent to
sell mfg. deliver. (second or
subsequent); arrested 3/21.
Norris, Jose, h/m, 43;
Bonifay; driving \ while -li-
cense sugpeided (habitual
second or subsequent). flee
attempt to elude law enforce-
ment; arrested 3/24.
Priest, David Allen, w/m,
48; Chipley; VOP; arrested
3/26.
Richardson, Timmie
Lee,Sr., b/m, 35; Apalachico-
la; no charges listed; arrested
3/22.
Seay, Montaques Edward,
b/m, 27:; Panama City; no
charges listed; arrested 3/22.
Shields, Jerry A., w/m, 60;
Bonifay; driving while li-
cense suspended, possession
or use of narcotic equipment.
flee attempt to elude law en-
forcement; arrested 3/20.
Shiver, William Guy, w/
m, 30; Chipley; possession
or use of narcotic equip-
ment, driving while license
suspended, possession of
controlled substance without
prescription: arrested 3/23.
Smith, Tina Lynn, w/f, 34;
Vernon; petty larceny; ar-.
rested 3/22.
Spurlin, Donta Lemont,
b/m, 31; Albany, Ga.; no
charges listed; arrested 3/22.
Williams, Charles Wayne,
b/m, 36; Daleville, Ala.; driv-
ing while license suspended;
arrested 3/25.
Williams, Roger E., w/m,
41; Chipley; non-support of
children or spouse; arrested
3/27.
Wise, Brandon Shane, w/
m, 24; Vernon; petty larceny,
attaching tag not assigned;
arrested 3/22.


LEALNOTI


IN'OTICE 01 F iPPIj.CATIOIq FO
*. DEED
Notice is hereby given,.that Jim-
my & Joyce Bailey the holder of
ir.,oih.ii.Or .:.." ni .leala. rna riled
,iai c nicale h ir a Tai DeJ I13
S 1i 11 u, Olr, crO', Tre. ciC61ll aia
nurThber and ar i isiuarl,:c
ir. o a i rlpri.3r l rlir prcp,.nr
and the names In which it was
assessed are as follows: ,
CERTIFICATE NO. 881
YEAR OF ISSU-
ANCE 00
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel# 00-4155-0363
Lot 63, Block 6, Semlhole Planta-
lion, according to the Plat thereof
as recorded In the Office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
VWaininglor. Counrt Ficrloa a'no
D.5i,,n i, e.e:icnr T.j.ngnlp 1
hInrr. Rarnge l WViest Igi. einer
Wrlc arn an.a 11 riparian rigrn
Iteri ,,rio app iininln
NAME.IN WHICH ASSESSED :
William & Susan Johnson
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lion na- o0er 4neiera ir in Ir
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oeceasc. Fle Iumrlner 67-0-
CP'47 Dy Ion Cil:uil COurt for
Warirngion County Flollar
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of er,in Ia Poil lice Boy 64"
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tr-ne oar.:eidi *a, ,aaie oi eair'
was l i-.eriTc.r 2 u0O5 rnal
inh total ailue of the estate Is
fa 033 00 and 'that the names
and addresses of those to whom
It has been assigned by such
order are: ,
Jrnnllin. TarullC
5 rnnmrr Driue '.
mslalciar, NJ i C'-'
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creditors of the estate of the
decsderi ar.nd praiori ha.lng
claim Or is.,aar.nae i ,alrr;I Ini
.1talse ol inr d-.c3Cient Olrier
iran 1n.3;f Ica' er.rr,,i' provision
lor lull payIT-ar. Ci Wi a ma, i Ine
Order or Summary Adminltlra-
IL.n nruol Ili Ineilr cialim i m lln
ini icourtl WVITHIlj THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SEC
TIO1 73i '0 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED VIiLL BE FOR.
EVER BARRED
rNOrWITHSTAIjDijG AGFY OTH-
ER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO i2l
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED
Tr. oal l IIr-l puDCiih.il-n olh Il,
[lJ.l:rlCi? I MBrcnr, 2 Ci)06


Joel Pate


County: Parks and Recre-
ation Committee, former
chair of the Chipley Re-
development Agency, and
stints with various youth
organizations such as 4-H,
Washington County Youth
Fair, and activities at PALS-
Park.
Pate has acquired many
skills while serving the
people of the Washington
County area for 40. plus
years. He..has served.in the
governmental, consultant,
private, and volunteer sec-
tors. His experiences will
enable him to better serve
the county residents with
integrity, honesty, profes-
sionalism, and humility.
When questioned about
his intent Joel Pate states"
I intend to interact with
the people of Washington'
County on a personal level
to discuss the future of our
county. I hope to be a com-
missioner for the people-
one who listens with true
interest concerning their
views, needs, and concerns
of the people I like and
work with and whom I
truly hope to serve".


WSHiNIGTrI :unrurflr,. FLOP.
n05



TAYEj' l.rl pHN PERT,' WHICH
YOUI. C-,il irl CHICH 'Ol.I
HA.E LEGAL IIITEHESrT THE
PROPERTY I' IILL BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC'; AJCTIOI Cill p1r.i
07. ,ii. JIItLE-S THE B0ACK
T.VES ARE PAID TO f.ItKE AR-
RAnCtGEI.ENTT FOR PA'M'mENT
OR TO RECEIVE FURTHER
INFORMATION, CONTACT THE
CLERK OF COLIRT I.IEDI
ATELVS AT P3 BOX 7J4 OR
123j JCKICI' AAVE SUITE
litl CHiPLE., FLORID '32418
OR TELEPHON-E i8501 638 6006
EXT '25


TIMrOTHY H WELLE
Poi Orfl,.: Brc. 1=5
Bnirb) FL 314I25.01o5
1rS 1i 54'-3,.14J
,i'..-a b.rtn 055ae06
Prsrior. Gl.uir ri.'ce
.JEIIIIFER TAPULLO
15 n.'.nr r DIr. e .. a
M,1 I.larn I J 747
As published in the Washington
County News on March 22, 29,
2006.
Ia THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
VWVSHINIGTOlI COUjNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO 67,06,CP,048


AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR IN RE: Estat of RITUSHKA
March $ 6,775.90 IN U.S. CUR- MGUIRE,
RENCVONLy dc-.e ae
$9le:i ~ i:,j __. 1C OF h E O;: g At
pni i6.'3 i Ir U iIJ- nTOiCREDFCORS
RENCY ONLY. TO REDTORS


14.5 Pert.' Cr,,cks ,cciple.,
Ca'lhlr s Cr,..:-!. or.ei Ora. ir
aid We:tersi Ur, :.r., eai- Ine onl,
olner lcIirnl,.. ,:c-eFled
An pulCone- ,r, ire Wa-:nr ,lon
C.unrn rNiw-: rtnr, 15 barr
,' rc. n -r,29., A l.nl S '-00f


NOTICE OF 'PFLiC uTIOlI FOR
TI,. DEED
Noliii:6 i: r 'rb. *i3 eie ihal Jim.T-
n a JOvc Ble i r.S y rre ,:.I lr N cl-
in IoIIu n>l ccnihicale rn i Il-a
olo c eC f..aivie or .a Tay D-ed ic
C.ei!'uC .inrajon Tr.-cenirfil-11i
inre d- rio,pl c-. In., pu.ooerr,
and ir ram .a iA n ii cn a
a 'eud am a' a l1c
CERTIFICATE NO. 368
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 02
DESCRIPTiOr OF PROPERTY:
Parcel 3li 0 -J0 *. l 14
Lot 14 of Orange Hill Corners
Ranchettes Phase II, according to
snice of Inc Clae c.l Inre CirCuil
Ciun in, Piai Book 3 Perg 25"
Oil'gq inr I N I ; oi InM Svj' I .
.:,I Sec ion :, T,:..nn ip J llc.rrn
Rung", li: c:1
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED :
Elwood & Diane, Staley
Sailprop. rt, G ,i' in Ir.c cunf,r-
.:,1 Wa'nrh.Qior, .,1all o F jil3a
L'neI iSu'C:rn ic.nllTl-:leo-d n
I -rsd-a.em d jC cr.jInlr.g l.j Inr.
I pl, ir.,e r.iF:, 'F". '- srall
be sold to the highest bidder at
the courthouse door on April 27,
2006 at 10:00 AM.'
Dated this 7 day of March ,
2006
LINDA HAYES COOK
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
B'r ,CR:-3iri ucul,.Cicrl
WARNING:THERE ARE UNPAID
TAXES ON PROPERTY WHICH
YOU OWN IN WHICH YOU
HAVE LEGAL INTEREST. THE
PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD
AT PUBLIC AUCTION B 647 ri
27, 2006 UNLESS THE BAC.
TAXES ARE PAID. TO MAKE AR-
RANGEMENTS FOR PAYMENT
OR TO RECEIVE FURTHER
INFORMATION, CONTACT THE
CLERK OF COURT IMMEDI-
ATELY AT PO. BOX 647 OR
1293 JACKSON AVE., SUITE



AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
March $ 7,072.99 IN U.S. CUR-
RENCY ONLY.
AMOUNT TO REDEEM FOR
April $ 7,175.05 IN U.S. CUR-
RENCY ONLY.
No Personal Checks Accepted.
Cashier's Checks, Money Oders,
and Western Union are the only
other alternatives accepted. ,
As published in the Washington,
County News March 15, March
22, March 29, April 5, 2006


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
'WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 67-06-CP-047
SIn Re: Estate of
ROBERT G. TARULLO,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Summary Administration)
STO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES-
TATE:
You are hereby notified that an


TO ALL PERSONrS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
AND ALL OTHER PERSONS
INTERESTED III THE ESTATE.
'FOU ARE NOTIFIED Inal. me
admil llratilo o r1 i. e Ecli-ae l31
RITuSHKA McGuiRE aeceaz-
File JNuiT..r 6E7.0.-CP.048 1:
p.ndin, lit Ir Circuit Court Ic-r
vas'rnglcn Ccur.ty Fiornaa
Pro.els Divl'-orn Ir., .-a3 es 01
At.lrc. I in- W- inlnur..:.n County
Courfnn,uei P O Bs, 64.7 193
Js6,:r-ilAv-u.r, Chlpley Flornda

All periorn naming claim or
-emadr-r agalr:l Irn e Esiale
atip irui I. WITHIrj THREE
.IMONITHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FiRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE cl rile Allh
Irne Clerk ol Ine aDove Court a
witrlen l5allern-r- l crany :clain
or demand hey my naes Eacsr
S.alim mull Oe in writnlg and rr.us'
ir,.l-:al, lo ie Oa'i Ir ine Claim
Inae rnajwr arno ed'Illa : ci In
-:r.3liiwr Or riE arael O' aeroir.ey
and Irc anr.ouni ClaimedO II Ir
c- l el In r. yl y O Ire ,-al
wr-oen II wll ccorne du' srnaii be-
aleted II In r :lairn is corllngeri
or urillnulJ.idat Irn nature 01 Ihi
uncertlintf c lnaI sie ilailea it In
Claim iI; EecurnEI Iint Secuilly
rnall e -1 e.I:cu[ao Tne .:lailm nl
rnall dillu ir :uniclnl copies ol
Ir.e :lain Ic. ire Cleir to n Die
r.e Clerk o mail ore- copy Io
the PersonsI Representative All
per .,nnI inlreid .l In [he EEiale
(.-, r.c-m a S:Opy 0ol ni0 r11eioi: or
A.IT.lnir, ralion nas I[.en maella
are rduirelr. WITHIN THREE
MIC'JTHS FROM THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE, to flle any.
olecIorn i ney may nane thai
Scrallenges ine allolry of, Ie
aeceaenlI Wi Iniie auSillleClonr
ori in PellllOner, or Inr ernue or
jur ial.:I0:.n or irns Courn
BRANDON J. YOUNG, ESQ.
4431 Lalayena Sneerl
'Mi'lanne Fil-roa 32446 .
850 526-3633
Fle Bar ro 0550736
COUNSEL FOR PETITIONER .
Az p'jbllhea i Irnne Vi rainigIon
Couly ryltr-c.c- o. Mnr,r 2 ;29


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARJORIE MONETTE TAYLOR
STRICKLAND
File No. 2006-45-CP
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARJORIE MONETTE TAYLOR
STRICKLAND, deceased, whose
date of death was July 11,2005,
I r.naing in Ir.e Circul C:urt,1
1.3r Waarlng.:.rn Counry, FI.:.riia
Probate Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 647, Chipley,
Florida 32428-0647. The names
and addresses of the curator
and the curator's attorney are set
forth below.
All .;rea j .El Ir. e u .. enlnt arna
o lner per. or, n ,r.ng clairr.s or
anmr,.an. aageairnI acedeni s
esCilic :,r A.o.r. a CEor f l tr.Il
'-olice is require. 1. be ie-'vre
muil Ils elr-, -f:llrn-.' alr, hiI
c, ,un WITHIN THtE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedert
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
ANrA CLAIM FILED TWO 1i2
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT S DEATH IS
BARRED
The oale or llll puollCf ali O0 mti
IJDoice 13 Marchn 2 ;'i.06
Anor,-,) loi Curator
m Cranslor PopeJ D LL M.
Attorney lor Petilliner
FlillOa Bar 110 058:'40-
.13R Njortr, Coui Boul1earo
PO Bo 1609
.' FPanana City Florida i24J02-


.Curador
Geralalne He-oarn
7105 lMdracnuaelr Sr
Panarma City FL 32404
Az pu.lls,;ri ine I WSingJlon
Cc.,urnl NICew or, March 2?
24 ."006

NjOTICE OF SALE
B', THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT
r oi.ce l r.j alor gqi n Inal the
ur.de.'.gnea LilIDA COOK
Cirk l ]ihe Circuit Court ol
Wajninqllor County Chipley
Flnaa Aiii on 4-I.-06 2006 at
11 00 a m or.In [he IIl 1p5 ot
Ire Warinlrglrun Courry Courlt
r..:,u;e 1293 WeS.V Jackson
Avenue. Crnplel Waininglon
Country FlirlOa onrl fort sle
jn a se at public ouri-y I. he
r.,,gr,tAil nd ,es Dl0aiJer IoI Cr:h
rn.a lollr.hinqg de:crloea pioperly
:ylualTl in Waininglonr Counry

COr.MMENCE AT THE NORTH-
WEST CORrIER OF THE SE 1.1
OF SECTION 26 TOWrSrimFI
SFNORTH. RANGE 13 WEST
W.SHIGJTONl COUNTY
FLORIDA THENCE RUN S
68 DEGREES 51 10lE ALONG
THE NORTH LINE OF EAID SE
1.466' 94 FEET TO THE POIrIT
OF EGIirllJlnG THENCE CONl
TIIj.IE S 68 DEGREES 51 I
E ALONG SAID NORTH LINE
.3 9,FEEI THENCE Sh0DE
GREESi 3 0.1 W65 r3FEET
THENCE N 88 DEGREES 46
2 W 35353 FEET THENCE
N r.O DEGREES 29' 45 E
664 95 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINPlINC CONTAIN.
ING 5 40 ACRES MORE OR
LESS SUBJECT TO GRADED
ROAD RIGHT T-OF-WAY ALONG
THE NORTH PROPERTY LINE
ALSO SUBJECT TO A 20-FOOT
EASEI.IElrT ALONG THE EAST
PROPER tY LINE
2, A p J ,,.,; -.::
Ar.,
1998 H EST HOMESTED ES
INrC MOBILE HOME
VIPI HMST13353AGA ond
HMST13353BGA
AI Irte lime ai tre sale a :iCl
lorll herilina o. Inc e Sue ii
tul nign DJio-r naill r iosi clln
Iri ClarI a alpoI iequSl to five
[r:ient 5' l ol ne tfnal bid Tnr
aEp.5ji Enail Doe arpliedl t Ihe
i.1.ae pcis at ir e lim c.i payme-l
Tr.r balance i Ire fa-le price-
: rl ne pa.o in lull ro n Cle. oy
II 00 am onrrne nxel Ousines
la y lollio in.3 Ie sale
Tno.; i.al I maoe puliuanrl i
irA Final Summary Judgmnent
e-uliern i r, acae pe.narng Inr
Irn CrcuIl Coun t 31 Wsillnglon
County Fior,as the I lpe of
Anlcr, i:
BEIKAI.IERICA HOUSING
SERVICES A DIVISION OF
BANK OF AMERICA FSB.
Plaintif


SHARON M IOHIJS and
urNKNOWN OCCUPANT ol
Ira 1998 HOMESTEAD
HOMES INrC MOBILE HOME.
vIN HMSTI3353AGA ano
Hr.1ST335!BGA
DI -oar, sn

arn.3 ne ,,c:elt nuircer ofl Arr.r.
i 67-05.-CA-423
II (Su are a person witr a oae-
aoilily wrio rnee-:- any accon'r
mondaor, iorina .1. part cipale ir
tmnl proceeding. you are eTr. ile
l r.. cor 10 yo u y.J Ire provision
r1 crtairn aBEiliance Please
:onlaci Courn AarCrlniirlou1 at
IrF Wasnlinglon Counly Court.
nhuse Pols Otlice Box 6,7
Cnlph.y Floria 32428 al 1I8501
E38 6585 allnln 2 wrrling days
.3f your lrceiplI O INli Motion
anra police. if you are nearing
impaired all I 18001956-8771
II you are vo01.e impaired. arll
11860.1955 8:70
WITNESS my nand and Im0e or
tciOal zeal o his Honoiat:,e Court
on 3R2 2006
LINIDH COOK
CllI CrullCur ouri
Jin.;nirgilp Cour.y FIrlu a
BI K UMcDiar, .
CDeputy Clark
As puoillFrnea in rIn Ws:Inlngin
C.ully rTA- onr Marcn 22
L9 2006

PUBLIC NOTICE '
ORDINANCE NO.-002
AN ORDINANCE OF THE
TOWN OF WAUSAU, FLORIDA,
TO BE KNOWN AS THE ANI-
MAL CONTROL ORDINANCE
FOR THE TOWN OF WAUSAU;
PROVIDING DEFINITIONS;
DEFINING THE AUTHORITY
OFTHEANIMALCONTROL OF-
FICER; PROVIDING FOR THE
RESTRAINT, CONFINEMENT,.
ADOPTION; AND DISPOSAL
OF STRAY, DANGEROUS, OR
NUISANCEANIMALS; PROVID-
ING REGULATIONS FOR THE
TREATMENT, CARE AND USE.
OF ANIMALS: PROVIDING FOR
ENFORCEMENT, PENALTIES,
AND FINES; PROVIDING FOR
REGISTRATION; PROVIDING
FOR THE USE OF REVENUES
COLLECTED: PROVIDING FOR
AN EFFECTIVE DATE..
The final reading and adoption
of the' above Ordinance No.
06.002 will be held on April 13,
2006 6:00 PM at the Wausau
Town Hall, I : 7 Se .Xrna anue.
Wausau Florluaa A complete
copy of the above ordinance Is
available to interested persons
by calling the Town Clerk at
850-638-1781. Averbaim record
of these proceedings will not be
kept. Anyone needing assistance
to attend this meeting please
contact the Town Clerk 48 hours
prior to this meeting.

Margaret Riley, Town Clerk
As published in the Washington
County News on March 22,
29, 2006.


NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
mar Ine urdersigred. as Clerk
of mee Board of Counly Cc.rrmis-
"loner, Bay County. Flonda. in
acr,ioancc ailh Florida Stalutes
125 35 snail accerp sealed bidE
unlil 1f 00 A M or, April 10. 2006
on Ire Iilowing desciloed real
properTy tO ItI
S31 TI. RIB Beg at Secrion of
SE I, olSE 1/4 runWestl7124'.
or Beg Wei 815 3' No r. 1137
1r SE on Road to a polnl 840
1NW. SW 210' SE 420. S 234 10
POB iThi; property is locale in
WVaninglorn County I
Bidr may be iranmmine by mail
cr d 11alrielid In person to th Office
ol Ine Caler of Circun Court Bay.
Country Finarce Office 240 EsEI
4n Stbeel. Panama CiTy. Florlia
Tne name and address 0l the
oiader and sealed Did should be
marhBed Bid on Surplus County
Property on the outLae of the
erPveIpe Bids will Deo opened by
Ihe Cl er ol Circuit Court al 1000
A M on Monday April 10. 006
The Coumny Commision leservre
Ihe right 10 reles any and all bios
ano vaive any iiraguiarJisrt as
ailowibedy bla
Tre uccesStul bidder shall ae-
posil wiln Ine Cleik of Circuit
Coun Ine amount ot trip old plus
IscorOing reas in cash. casrar 3
check or a certified cneck tO be
held in Iru:tI by Ite Clerk unliI
covYsyance of Ine property- 16
made Funds must De receive
Airirn 24 hour of0 tre acceptance
ol Ine obI II Inre funds sre not
received altnrn the ime allowed
mn. second rlngr.estl ODir nsil be
dCI.me, nMe SuC6e-.:ful DIdde1
For runner information. you can
call 74'4.44 or 74".5102
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIOrNERS
BAY COUNTY FLORIDA
BY HAROLD BAZZEL
CLERK AND AUDITOR
A, puOirn-acl in Ite Wrnirnglon
Count I'News or, Mar.,n 22 29
2006

Re0uea lor Qualifications

Pursuant to SecIlon 287 055
Florida SialuteS the State of
Flncida s Conrultants Compeltv.e
Negoltiatons Act an0 Ine stale
requirements for Eaucarional
Facilities 1999. the Scnool Boara
ol Waahinglon County. Fionroa
ano'.ourcie me need lor a con-
rlnuirig contract for prolesalonal
ar.ricturai '5lsenlvice .
A ..,yL Ai.
Foi 5 pachel containing specific
informator regarding itre applica-
tion process esaluation cntena
ano a Oniellne foi Ine evaluation
o1 tha qualificatons ttr, selected
firms contact Joe Taylor Wash-
I.gton County School Busid 652
Third Street. Chipley Fliola
324j 8 18506368 222 All State-
menl ol Qualficallon- must De
rec.iw-d ry mail or hand Delivered
to tme Wa hlngorn Counry School
Boara Office. 652 Third Streel.
Cnipley Frorloa 32426 on or
Delore noon. ICST) Tnursday,
April 1 2006 The original and
iS e copiLe shall be submilned in
a sealeds package clearly labeled
-Con.rnung Contractl Ir Proles
,iornil Arcnnectural Seleses lor
th-? Wasnington County Scnool
Board
Tr-e Wfsnlrngon County Scrool
Board may relet all applicants
and may slop te Eelection pro-
-re;s alany time Tne Wasningon
County Scnool Board reserve.
the r,ni to earvae any informality
in the 'election process ana to
reflect all Stalemenls ol Ouali-
ficatlon
Calvin Slaeercr. Superinlen
ae-nt
War'higlon County Distrlcl
School Board
An Equal Opportunity Agency
and Dirug Free Workplace"
As puDsiihed in Ine Washlngron
County Neaw on Marcn 22, 25,
29 and April 1. 5 2006
Legal Aaverteiemnlt
Trnarp and Sons Mini Storage In
Cniley will eitner hold a private
oi public sale on nis non-pay-
renrI unnl These tenants have
untlo 4.15106 to claim hi unit
by paying in full No checks are
acceplea
I Darren Elhiworln
Grace.ille FI
As puDiIshed in the Washing-
flon Countlv lews March 22
29 2006

Legal Notice
Pelueat lor Information (RFIi
Tr.i Area Agency on Aging for
linrr, Florida, Inc IS seeking
rourc&3 Inlaernrei n providing
senicss to older adults under the
Federal Older Amanecans Act Title
Il1.- supportive services, and
'il-GI & III-C2 nutntonal services
Ir, FranKlln Gaasaen and Taylor
Counties Prossctive sources
music be emeabilsrec and nase
c current or prelouser enence In
providing serlicesj to ldr adults
II a contract Is awarded for mis
effort me Area Agency on Aging
lor r.. F.:rida. Inc anicipares
durallo eol not more nara one
year im 10two o e- year rerneai
oprtlrns or.nling continued rund.
Ing availability R"Ec onl iblities
include bul are not limited to
Cocrdinallon of Iransportation
I. meal sie a'.o for recreational
acl-"lies Proiusion of inlarac-
liwe rerreational acliviites As-
asilarce r. iinKilr.g older adults
to appropriate aging re-sources.
Coordinatllr, nan parlicipation
irn oi-g.ing outreach inoa public
education actlities. Cooraination
and pro.valon of some in-nome
sir-.ices or trail elders. casaa on
ne&ia loanllfiea througn formal
10eas assessment activities.
Cooaronallon and provision of
nutrition education and nutinton
cour.neling Delivery of meals
lo .l11glle clleans in the counties
lisled aooee ano Provision of
rrealr to at least one congregate
nrr.l une tie oaye per weeK in lne
counties listed aSo"se

An services must be provided
In accordance w1th esrebilsned
. guldelines se lorth Dy me Stale
,i Florida Departmenlt o EIder
Affairs Home anc Corr.munity.
Basea Serilces Drah Hanobook.
dalea January 2003. and con-
tracts between tr.e Area Agency
on Aging lor North FlondB Inc
S..o Strale of FIonde Departmentr
of Elder Affairs.


response The response; tc
Ihis RFI wiII be useO 10, li-l1.~
rose OrganizaionS Irnare-nSld in
Drovllnag Older Americans Acd
services for me Area Agency on
Aging cor Norm Florida. Inc. .1
FranKlln. Garden. and Taylr
CounmieS. A re.po1io l r-quir I
for each cour.y in vwricr, an or 1.
nizallorn wclnes 10 provide aIr
vices in addir ion. InaOaual RFP
responses wll o required IC to
suomined lor each county Trie
Area Agency on Aging for Nonr
Florida. Inc does not inland Io
award a contract on tIn bas-is
ol tiMsl reoules lor iniorrra-llrn or
other.r se piy lor tne ,nlomrmllor,
sol icneG

Tre Area Agency on Aging Ior
Nonn Flonaa. Inc. is ai3o 5sef. Kno
zouceas inltelresed n achireng
Lead Agency .slgrnaiiln uu'ider
the Communlir Care lor Ihe
Elderly Ac (E 30 202 F S I, in
Bay, Calnoun. Franklin. Gca-saen.
Gulf Holmes. Jackson. Jef-
ferson Leon, Uberry. Madi.lor,
Taylor, Wakuila. and Wa',: -n.3ior1
Counties as Iinccated in Irn
accompiany-rl Legal Norice
OrganizarEon i'-rer.iere irn pr.-
idilg s services rn a
county un der DOIn rhe CmomuI
nith Care lor ne Eloerv ly Aand
nme Federal Older Amencanl Act
should provide a single response
to Ine Ares Agency on Aging ,na,
caring Iheir oust inlere l

Deadllne Wrien re.pcnrres to
th RFl are auelo me ArFa Agen.
cy on Aging for North Florida.
Inc no latr rna- 300 p m E.T
on Apr, 14. 2006. Re_,pornei
should include Ine organilljic' r
name. contact person. aaare .i.
3na pnone number Only nnler
reaP:3nea will be accepted
Contact' Area
Ager: y on Aging for NJorlr Flo.
oa, Inc.
Attenllion Lrj-. BreC
2414 Maran Dnve
Tallahai.see Florda 3?5308
As puoiineao in Ihe Wa.hrrilo,i
County Nealwz March 29. 20rL

Legal Nraotc
Requesl o or Inlormateiionr IRFI
The Area Agency on Agrng lor
Nortih Florida, Inc is seeking
sources inlerested in acnlevYng
Lead Agency designation under
the Communtly Care S or Ine
Elderly Act s.. 43l.20E F.S I
Laedcetncr its 'rd.oarsr. aisci
Ico provlia case manscar.or,
arid to coordnale vanou, cum.
munty.Dsied i: irivlcu I ,.:lIDle
individuals within a sp eciircl
Communiy Care Sarvces Area
ICSAI. For tne purpose or inr
Raquesrl lor Irlaorrai.onr. iR
a CSA s defined a a oosurn,
Counties ilritud Bay, Calnoun
Franklin, Gaosaa,l. Gulf. Holmes
Jackson Jefierton, Loro. LnberrY.
Madison. Taylor. Wakulia. inr
Wasninglon Ccunthel Prcic.,ec-
five Sources must damonrlrale
Lne aDillty 10 aork wilr, inaiwioj.ai
age 60 and oler II a c'orlract
Is awaroded 1r rhil eortn. the
Area Agency on Aging Ior Nortn
Flonda. Inc. aunticpales aurarion
oi not more tnan one year alnt
two,. one-year renewal oDiion
per-ing continued lunOing a ail1
ability
ResponsilnllllnS include D15I
are not Ilrrlted TO Provsson Or
case management ProvT-ron or
cofrdinaDon or core services, Co-
ordinatbon wirtr Home Care for me
Eloeny. Alznelmer ODRcair itr.s.
live. ianan Mecald Waiver Home
and Community -Based Service
and Ascslea uLiing Weiler Ior tne
Elarly programs. Rm .ondinrg lo
Aaufn Prtlecive SArvlces riterrsL'
classified ai nigh rsk and in ne-d
of serve i to prevern lurlner
harm; Responing io CARES
Nursing Home Ple-Admr.-snicr,
Screening Team raierrali Ior
person;i a lrr.mnenl n risk o ,rti-
lullonal placsm-rir. Ach.eveIT.eu l
of easlaDlirre outcome mea.
sures;: Hring arid maintenance
of qualified rralF: RecrllmerlI,
maintenance. and Ulimnation o
volunteers: Developmern of a
disaster nprecarone r,'f ipon t
plan: Mana-.arr-nt and adevic.p-
menl of eloer resources. Ous3lr'
assurance and 0e/luallon or cli.
enl saisractlon. Maintenance
of clleri records., an Inurl o
cllenl dala in local and stalewalO
databases All isrvires mull
be prooniod In accordancr Wlrl
estaDlished guldGlines Ase fortn
by tNe Stale of Florida Depart
meant of Elder Affairs Home and
Communily.Basea Services
Draf Hanarook, d nato January
2003. and contracts between Ite
Area Agency on Aging lor rortr,
Flrilas, Inc and State or Fionaa
DeparFi-rent o0 Elaer An31ir
This RFI Is a preliminary orep
1t tie release ol a Requalt lor
Proposal (RFP) package onr oi
around April28, 2006 Failus 10
respond by rie odeaaine pec ified
in This notice snail constitute a
"not ,ileresale" resp,-m0e Tie
responses to tni3 RFI wil o used
lo laenlify Inooe organization:
inltareled in ae-ignation ai Ine
Lead Agencv ror tne Area Agerny
or. Aging lor N -rn Fionaa, in.: rn
By., Calnoun. Franrlln. Gadaenr,.
Gull. Holmes. Jacson. JefIerson.r
Leon, Liberty. Maaison. Tayloi.
:Wakula, or Washington Counties.
A response Is due for each CSA
ol interest In addition, in-voidual
RFP resporses will Oe requirm1 to
je suDmrifed loi eacnCSA The
Area Agency on Aging for Monh
Flond,. Inc cloes notl nlend to
award a con
tract on tre oasis ot this request
for information or to osoerwise
pay for thea nformatlon solicoel
The Area Agency on Aging 3or
Nornn Flonda Inc Is also seeking
sources Inlereslea in provdalng
services to older edulls urnaer
the Federal CiOlder An-erran s Act
Tirle ill-B supportive aerv,,:es.
and 111Cr and III-C?. nultno-,si
sersielw In FranKiinr. Gadsdan.
andTayic'r Counlles asndincalei
in me accompanying Legal No.
lice. Organizations inleresleo
in providing sernlces in a country
under 00lh the Commurnity Care
for the. Elderly Act and Federal
Older Americans Act should pro-
vide a single respnuns to Lne Area
Agency on Aging Inducallng their
aual Interest


This Requestfor Information (RFI)
ra prelminary ste to me rele ae alne Wren respones to
of a Requeas for Propsals IRFPI are dlen
package on or around April 28. ,'sRth R dueioFAreAge-
2006 Falure to respand by tne '. y on Aging for Nortl, Flonao
deailone specifeda in fras notice: nl rio laler mhan 3 0 p rrn. EST
shall consttiute a"not Interested" on Apnr 14 2006 Responses


ShOCuld Ir.-clud e Ine orga,'i.allicr.
nm. e, ,:onir'i: pri.'-n. aacdri;,
and pnoorun r.nuDir Orlf nnrin
reEpon.- .11 -ilo accepted
:Contact: Area
Agency on Aging for North Flori-
da, Inc..
Anrcnllo L.- BrelC
2.1 14 .tr,ar Dr e .
Tallhassee Fionria 3231)8

As pubilshedin the Washinton
County News March 29, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHiNGTON COUNTY FLOOR
IDA PROBATE DIVISION
Case No 67-06;CP-54
In re Esatelrd
WALDEEN MILDRED STORM
Deceasea
NOTICETOCREDITORS -
(Summary Adn,,r,,ulationi

TO ALL PERSONS HAV-
ING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ES
TATE

You are hereby notified that an
Order ol Sumimary Administra.
1-on r3as Deen reniera in ine
eslate c.r WALDEEII MILDRED
STORM decjaaad Case Nc.
67 06 CP 54. Dy Ine Circuir
Courl lor VWasrr.ngrion Courn
Florida Prc-Dale DioUsior Ine
aJddcsI Ol whn.n 1i- Poit OfhCe
Box 647. Cn.pley Florida 33428-
0647, inai Lre sc'J.edeni dale or
daatn wa' OtoIber 8 6'005 Inal
Ire li lal value ou irne e51ale iu
3.400 004. a, d- Iral ra rn.amn
and addre:.sss O.T inuie aio rjm
.I has ceen a ,s.g,'ed by ,ucr
o0d-Ir are
VIcto r E I.t,:r.al
Post Office Box 702
Vernonr FIorda 32462

ALL INTERESTED PERSOrS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT
Ali crediorsorl tre etale 01 i me
decadentl 3a person nav.n
claims or dei, andiagain- tr e
enlae ol [me e-cedeni ol3-r I ,a
those ioi anoi n prov'ion IOr rull
paynri aOO made in Rie Oider
ol Summn-ary A-3mil-ln.3ron r, nu
lile their clam alm ir. I coun
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
AS SET FORTH IN SECTION
733 702 OF THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMArDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREvER BARRED rjOTHi
WITHSTANIDING AINY OTHER
APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (?1
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED

Tre date dl firsl n uplIC nrIlOn l r,,
INotice I .lar-:n 29, 2006
Attorney or Ithe Peronr Goving
~Notbce
KERRY ADKISONI
Posi Ornfe iBo 669
Cr.lpley Florida 32428
18S01 638-2643
Florlaa Bar rNo 0843253
Person Gven rjolrce
VICTOR E MARSHALL
Post Office Box 702
Vernon Fljrnrl 324-32

A! Publired ,n ir.e Wacrininlon
County N ews Malcr 29 April
5 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN
AND FOR WASHINGTOt
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
Caie 67-06-CP-050
In Re ESTATE OF
JOHN ROSS LEMASTER
Deceae-d
NOTICE OF
ADMINIISTRATIOtI

Trne admn-,nitralcn o01 the esatle
ol JOHN ROSS LeMASTER
dcaceased. Caie Number 67-06-
CP-050 penaing ir. me Cicu.,
Court lo Washinglon County
Florida Procale D-vi-oun ihe
CaareaS ol fhr.r Is 190 Gov-
arnmenral Center Pensacola.
Florida Te narre and address
of Ine operonai raprisanlaliva
and Ire peronai repraesenraee.S
alornrey are ;se Iortn below. ALL
INTERESTED PERSONS ARE
NOTIFIED THAT
All person or whom this rotcuse s
served lhb have bmlections tnai
challenge tIne valdtly ol fIe will,
Ire qualiifcation of the personal
represenrative. venue or Uisasic-
btn ol this Court are require to
file melr oblaect"n vr th ti6 Coun
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM
All creJllor ul Ire aecedanl and
oiner perns r having claims or
demands against decedent's
slare or, anom a copy ol inis
notice iu served mlinin Inree
morin m aher tre dale ol me firm
publication of ihfs nol,:e must
Sile ineir clailm wllIn tn-s Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM:
All othercreditorsof the decedent
and persons naviln claims or
demands against tme eceaernt's
estate musl file Iheir claims
with mis Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER-THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
The date of the first publication of
mis Noace is Mar 29 2006
JoanM Morse
Personal Representative
219 Norwic r Streal
Gunll Breeze FL 33581
Slepnan F Boion. of Florida Bar
No 317859
HOOK, BOLTON, .
KIRKLAND & McGHEE, P.A. "
3298 Summit Boulevard, Suite~
22
P.O. Box 30589
Pensacola, FL 32503
telephone 18501 433-0809
: Facsirrle 18501 433-8284
Attorney Iur Petrb-ner ;

-As published in the Washington
County News on Marcn 29 and
.April 5,2006.`


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Indian River Memoriai
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Florida Hospital Waterman
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Blake Medical"
Munroe Regional Medical
Martin Memorial Medical
Jackson Memorial
Miami Children's.
Fisherman's ,
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Baptist Medical Nassau
Fort Walton Beach Medical Center
Raulerson
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Meiiibership
B nquet
'AThe Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
vll host its Annual Mem-
ership Banquet on Thurs-
ay, March 30. This event
1Yl be held at the Wash-
ihgton County Agricultural
Center and will begin at 6
p.m. with a punch recep-
tion.
': The speaker will be
Comedian Mark Klein, a
successful 'humorist and
entertainer. Mark started
doing comedy so that he
could make extra money'
%while he was pursuing an
English degree at Colgate
University. Soon- after he
gIraluated, he began tour-
irg' the country playing
vetues ranging from com-
ped clubs to large concert
his.
.:':After more than 20 years
of live appearances and
network TV appearances,.
Mark decided it was time
tp bring his pro business
rpssage to those who ap-
prciate it most business
p~eple. Mark is now one
if ;the top corporate enter-
igiiers in the market. He
now performs for Fortune.
500 companies; as well
4s':smaller companies and
business associations.
You won't want to miss.
this event or' our. e'xtenh-
sive silent auction, which
will include several trips.
Sponsorship opportunities
are also available.
Tickets are currently
being reserved, so call the
Chamber office at (850)
638-4157 to secure your
seats today. Seating is
limiited and tickets will be
dispersed on first-come

-If you are interested in
donating an. item for our
silent auction or becoming
a::sponsor for this annual
event, please contact Kim-
berly Knight or Ted Everett
at (850) 638-4157.


Miss Chipley
pageant
."The Chipley Junior
Woman's Club is now ac-
,epting applications for
i e Miss and Little Miss
'fiipley pageants. The
annual pageant, will be
fieldd Saturday. April 8 at
the Chipley High School
(CHS) auditorium; Win-
ners will go on to compete
in the National Peanut
festivall pageant. Little
N'(iss contestants must be
.in the first grade and Miss
contestants must be 17 by
October 1,'2006.
All contestants must
attend a Chipley school
*,, live in Chipley. For
more information, contact
Stephanie Orr at (850) 638-
,7860. ." :"

Golf tournament
fund-raiser
SThe North Central Pan-
handle Education Founda-
JtiQn is sponsoring the First
annual 2006 Take Stock in
fhiildren of Washington
:iEunty Golf Tournament
',i April 29 at the Sunny
Hills Golf Course to help
aiise funds for scholarship
awards. The tournament is
pQpen to amateur golfers for
;afee of $75.
S:Greens fee, cart rental,
lunch from the grill, and
,range balls before toumrna-


lment begins will be in-
eluded inbthe cost.
**" ;.You may register in
two or four-man teams
',(two-man teams will be
'randomly paired together
to rpake Iptur-man teams)
and the tournament is open
to the first 120 paid golf-
ers. Prizes will be awarded


for first, second and third
place teams in each of the
three flights: Closest to the
hole every par 3, Longest
Drive in the Fairway, Chip-
ping Contest, and Putting
Contest. Door Prizes will
also be awarded.
Business may partici-
pate in this fund raising
event by becoming a hole
sponsor. A $200 hole spon-
sorship includes free entry
for one player in the tour-
nament, while a $500 hole
sponsorship includes free
entry for your entire team.
Additional forms and bro-
chures may be obtained at
Orange Hill Soil and Water
Conservation District 1424
Jackson Ave.' Monday
- Thursday from 8:00 am
- 2:00 pm, or call Rey Gus-
tason at 850-638-5663 for
more information.

Roulhac Middle
School Book
Drive underway
We know that we are
very fortunate to have such
Outstanding schools in our
community and we want
our students to have op-
portunities to achieve their
highest potential.
During the month of
February, we will promote
a project 'to collect brand
new books and books that
look like new.
.We are asking for dona-
tions of books to help in
creating a library for e\ery
classroom.

Smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire De-
partment is offering free
smoke alarms to local
residents. Applicants must
stop by the Fire Depart-
ment at 1430 Jackson Av-
enue and pick up a form to
request the smoke alarm.
Call (850) 638-6301.

Senior Legal
Helpline
Department of Elder
Affairs (DOEA) Secretary
Carole Green recently an-
nounced the kick-off of
the statewide Senior Legal
Helpline. The Senior Legal
Helpline (1-888-895-7873)
will enhance existing legal
services programs pro-
vided through the federal,
Older Americans Act. Cur-
rently, civil legal assistance
for the elderly available
through these programs
varies throughout the state.
The Senior Legal Helpline
will help identify and fill
gaps in legal services for
seniors and provide high
quality services by 'refer-
ring callers to appropriate
legal resources.
For more information
about the Department of
Elder Affairs, visit on the
Web. at http:''/elderaffairs.s
tate.fl.us.

Kiwanis selling
plat books ads
The Washington County
Plat Book is being updated
by Property Appraiser Gil
Carter's office. The book is
updated every three years.
The Chipley Kiwanis Club
is selling ads in the plat
book as a fund-raiser for
its activities in support of
numerous community ef-
forts. For prices and other
information, call David
Solger at 638-1276.

Nosferatu' at


VHS in April
The Vernon High School
drama class will present
its. Spring production of
Nosferatu: The Legend of
Dracula by L. Don Swartz
in April 2006.
This is the ninth year the
class will take its show on


the road, and this year's
play, 'produced through
special arrangement with
Eldridge Publishing Com-
pany, promises to be one of
the largest productions in
the class's recent history.
Watch for future .an-
nouncements that: will list
the performance dates and
ticket: information.. .

Kindergarten
registration
Kate M. Smith Elemen-
tary .School will begin
kindergarten registration
for the 2006-07 school
year on Monday, April
17. Students must.be five
years old by September 1
in order to register.
When you come in to
register your child it is


important that you bring
the child's birth certificate,:
social security card, and
immunization record, An
updated physical is also
required before the student
can attend school.
. Please, have your kin-
dergarten student enrolled
by May 31 so that a de-
termination of the number
of teachers needed for the
2006-07 school year cani
be made.
Alcoholics
Anonymous
A. A. meetings will be'
held at noon on Tuesdays
and Thursdays at New
Life- Fellowship Church.
The meeting will be held
in the fellowship room of
the church located on the
corner of Fifth Street and


Highway 90 in Chipley

AARP free tax
helpat WCOA
AARP offers free tax
help for all taxpayers with
middle and low income,
with special attention to
those age 60 and older..
This year, tax payer(s)
must complete the "AARP
tax-aide-interview and in-
take sheet" before the time.
o'f their appointment to.
have tax returns prepared.
Forms are available at the
Washington County Coun-
cil on Aging..This form
must be completed before
.a return can be prepared.
The Tax Aide Program"
is administered through
AARP Foundation in coop-
eration with the IRS. Tax


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Washington Council on
Aging at 638-6216.

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Riders jump on their motorcycles Sunday at the Hard Labor Scramble. Each class (in their own rows) started in a "LeMans start" by running to their bikes and start-
ing them from cold. This kind of start was made popular at the famous LeMlans raceway in France for Grand Prix racing and the 24-Hours at LeMans.


Thousands come to area for motorcycle trail ride


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Hard Labor Plantation
off Clayton Road hummed
with the sound of motor-
cycles over the weekend as
about 500 road racers came
to the county for the Third
Annual Hard Labor Creek
Hare Scramble. Organiz-
ers said the event brought
about 3,000 people overall
including family members,
vendors and spectators, to
Washington County.
The event was held un-
der the auspices of the Tal-
lahassee Trail Riders Asso-
ciation (TTRA), part of the
Florida Trail Riders As-
sociation ,(FTRA), which
sanctions 10 events a year
from August through June.
The race, at 2.700-acre
Hard Labor Plantation is
one of two events held by
the TTRA e\ern year. The
other event is the Capital
City Enduro in Tallahassee
in October.
The Hard Labor e\ent
draws competitorss from
throughout Florida and sur-
rounding states, and takes
place at what TTRA Presi-
dent .John Miller called
'one of the top courses in:
Florida." The course was
laid out on property owned
arid managed by Ted Ev-
erett. managing director
of the Washington County
Chamber of Commerce.
Everett was pleased to
provide the site for the
scramble, and particularly
to work \ ith TTRA.
"The TTRA is definitely)


Riders had to go single file into the chicane where times were taken.


the best," Everett said.
"This is one of the neatest
events that comes to the
county. I can't say enough
.about ho\\ they manage
my place.
Miller .was equally
pleased to be at Hard La-
bor Plantation. 'We've got
the best landowner to work
with," he said. "Ted has
accommodated us in every
way."
Washington County
accommodated the par-
ticipants as well. Everett
pointed, out that road' rac-
ers and others involved
with the scramble stayed
at local' motels, ate in local
restaurants, and shopped at
local stores. They also pur-
chased gas and other items
local.


Riders of all ages participated in the races last week-
end at Hard Labor Plantation in Washington County
off Clayton Road.


"This is a good event
for' Washington County,"
said Commissioner Dori-
nie Stickland, who was


on duty with Washington
County EMS. "It brings
a lot of money into the
county."


Racers were also self-
sufficient where necessary.
Many had trailers with ev-
erything from spare parts
and tires to machine shops
inside. Many tra elled in
RVs or camped out onsite.
Vendors and factory sup-
port %\ ere also on hand.
Washington County
provided support as well.
Washington County EMS
\vas on hand (not needed)
and both AirHeart and Air-
Medic medical helicopters
were at the nearby airstrip.
The scramble was held
on an eight-mile loop
marked by orange and
green arrows. There were
several classes and age
groups (ranging from as
young as four to age 60)
that participated over the
weeekend. Riders were as-
sembled in ro\\ s by classes
(that started every minute).
and the start was a "Le-
Mans" start. Racers ran
to their cycles and started
them up, tearing off down
the course in a cloud of
dust. The racers Ntea\ed
through the pines in an ef-
fort to get the best time in
their classes.
Racers passed each
other everywhere by the
chicane, where times were
taken in the three-lap con-
test. Each racer had a tran-
sponder mounted on their
chest protector. The racers
drove through a gate past
panel sensors that recorded
name, number, class, time
and other information. The
information was flashed


on a screen that each racer
could see as they passed
through the chicane. Times
were also taken manually
as a backup.
Some racers added
another electronic touch,
mounting "helmetcams'
to record their races on
DVDs.
The gas stops were tight-
ly regulated for safety.
Racers interviewed
were enthusiastic about
the course. "It's wonderful
it doesn't give anything
up," said one racer. "It's a
blast."
Other racers were glad
to be racing on dirt (even
though it was somewhat
dry and dusty) versus the
sand found at most courses
in central Florida. "And it
sure does beat mud," .said
another racer--
"Some of the courses are
in cow pastures," Miller
said. "This is one of the
best races on the circuit."
*Saturday races were
PeeWee, Mini A/B/C and
65 A/B, Vintage begin-
ners and Quads: 3:30 p.m.
There was no pit riding al-
lowed for safety reasons.
*Sunday races were Spe-
cialty classes and A, B, and
C classes
The race is scheduled
each spring by FTRA. For
more information about
events, trail riding, and
other items, contact the
'Tallahassee Trail Riders
Association. P.O. Box
3963, Tallahassee, FL
32315-3963.


The flag was waived by "J.T." as Jamie Lake sang the


National Anthem to open Sunday's competition at the Hard Labor Scramble in Washington County.


Mature driving
Washington County
Council on Aging, Inc. and
AARP are co-sponsoring a
mature driving class for in-
dividuals age 50 and over
April 18-19. Classes will
be conducted 8 a.m. -12
noon on both days.
This eight-hour course
was developed especially
for the senior driver with
years of driving experi-
ence. It is geared to senior
safety needs and helping to
compensate for age related


changes.
The National Safety
Council. course reviews
:basic driving knowledge,
new traffic laws and intro-
duces techniques to help
off-set the effects of the
aging process on driver
performance.
This course is approved
by the DHSMV for a three-
year insurance premitim
reduction.
There is no testing and
only a minimum course
fee of $10. Enroll by call-


ing Washington County
Council on Aging at 638-
6216 or 638-6217.

Alford benefit
AMVET Post No. 07
and Ladies Auxiliary, and
Son's of AMVETS are
holding a benefit fund-
raiser for 13-year old Cole
Alford on April 1, at 1156
Jackson Avenue, Chipley,
beginning at 10 a.m.
"Cole has been bat-
tling cancer and has been
through a lot the last two


years. In addition to 14
months of chemotherapy,
he has had two amputa-
tions on his right foot and
leg," said a spokesman.
All proceeds will go
to benefit Cole and his
continuing fight against
cancer.
Entertainment will
include; games for kids,
a bake sale, hot dogs, a
dunking booth, bean-bag
toss.
"Bring your children and
have a wonderful time at


our small carnival," the
spokesperson urged.

Vernon High
Boston butt sale
The Vernon High School
Senior class is sponsor-
ing ar 'Smoked Boston
Butt' sale! SeveraLpatrons
missed the opportunity to
order earlier this month;
however, class members
are taking preorders for
delivery on March 31. The
roasts are $ 18 for a 10-


pound roast. For informa-
tion call Erika Dotson at
VHS, 850-535-2046.
Five Points Crime
Watch meeting
The date of the Crime
Watch meeting for Five
Points has been changed
from the first Thursday to
the second Monday of the
month.
Supper will be served
at 6 p.m. For more infor-
mation, call 535-2312 or
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Barfield-Gluck engagement
Olen and Gloria Barfield of Graceville proudly an-
nounce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of
their daughter, Jenny Leanne, to Matthew Lee Gluck,
son of Gary and Pam Gluck of Chipley.
The bride-elect is a 2003 graduate of Chipley High
School. She is attending Chipola College.
Jenny is the granddaughter of Gene and Patricia
Barfield, Evelyn Carnley and the late Hughlon Carnley
of Graceville.
The prospective groom is a 2002 graduate of Chipley
High School. He is attending the Baptist College of
Florida and is minister of music at Sand Hills Baptist
Church.
Matthew is the grandson of the late Louie and Peggy
Cluck of Miami and the late Cecil and Thelma Scruggs
of Chipley.
The couple will exchange vows at 4,p.m. on May 20,
at New Life Fellowship Assembly of God Church in
Chipley.
A dinner reception will be held immediately follow-
ing the ceremony. at the Washington County Agricultural
Center on Hwy. 90 West in Chipley.
All friends and family are invited to attend.


Poker run benefit
American Legion Post
375 will hold its "Gaining
Light" benefit poker run on
Sunday, April 2. Proceeds
will go to help 19-year-old
accident victim .Brittany
Davis.
Brittany 4s. the daugh-,
pt.er'~of Ronnie--and-. Sandy,
4 Davis of Bonifay and
Wanda and Bobby Laird
of Southport. The cost is
$10 per hand and $5 each
additional hand.
The first bike goes out
at 10:30 a.m. with the last
bike out at noon. The last
bike will be in at 4:30 p.m.
Stops will include the
American Legion Post 375
on Hwy. 77 in Southport,
Coyotes on Hwy. 231,
Flash Backs on Hwy. 231,


T.J.'s Tavern on Hwy. 79 in
West Bay then back at Post
375. There will be food,
prizes, live music by Mike
Meadows, and more.
For more information,
call 271-8716 or 234-3614.


Futch re-marriage
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Townsend and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Futch announce the re-marriage of their children, Kari
Townsend Futch and Joseph Futch.
The couple married in Fayetteville, N.C. on Jan. 2,
2004. Joe was deployed to Iraq within the week and spent
the next year there.
They renewed their vows with a church wedding on
Oct. 9, 2005, at Courts of Praise Church. The Rev. Rick
Lovett performed the ceremony.
Joe has been deployed to Iraq for a second time. The
family requests prayers for:the safety of all our service
personnel.

Legends and Lore Festival March 31
The third annual Legends and Lore Festival of> area
history will be held at Falling Waters State Park on
March 31, and April 1, from 9 3 p.m. both days.
Story tellers will bring to life characters and events
surrounding the dedication and inventiveness that built
this area.
Musicians will entertain with music from the past and
present, and numerous craftsmen will demonstrate the
use of historic tools and trades.
Entry fee will be a donation of $4 per vehicle. Food
will be available for purchase,
Sponsors for this e\ent include; Friends of Falling Wa-
ters Citizen Support Organization. Washington County
Historical Society, Washington County Tourist Develop-
ment Council, PBS&J, Peoples South Bank, and West
Florida Electric Company.
For more information, contact Friends of Falling Wa-
ters State Park at (850) 638-8243, or visit, wlw.friendso
ffallingwaters.com.


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Isaiah Lee
McClain
A son, Isaiah Lee, was
born to Ramona and Tim
McClain Jr. of Bonifay
Jan. 6 at Bay Medical
Center. He arrived at 8:14
a.m., weighing 8 pounds
7 ounces and was 20 1/2 '\
inches long.
Grandparents are Man-
ny and Kathy Nobles and
Tim McClain Sr., all of
Bonifay.
The infant was wel-
corned home by his big i.'j
brothers, Shawn and Tyler.

BBB scholarships
PENSACOLA The Better Business Bureau Founda-
tion of Northwest Florida is accepting applications from
students in Bay, Calhoun, Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf, Hol
mes, Jackson, Liberty, Wakulla and Washington county
high schools for its 2006 BBB Student Ethics Scholar
ship Program.
The program will offer three $1,000 scholarships to
three current high school juniors or seniors who plan
to attend an accredited college in the United States or
Canada. "This program is designed to reward students
who personify ethics and personally integrity," said Nor
man Wright, president and CEO of the bureau. "Today's
students are the leaders of tomorrow, and the ethical stan-
dards and integrity being forged today will guide them as
they transition into the professional world."
Local leaders from business and academia will serve
as judges and award the scholarships based on criteria
including leadership, community service, academic
achievement and an essay response on building charac-
ter.
Award recipients will be notified in September and
awards will be presented in conjunction with the BBB
Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics luncheon this Octo-
ber. To apply for the scholarship, students should contact
.their principal or guidance counselor. Entries must be
postmarked by May 19, 2006.
For more information or to inquire about sponsoring a
scholarship, contact the Better Business Bureau at (850)
429-0026 or (800) 729-9226.

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


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ACT Assessment
on April 8
College-bound high
school students can take
the ACT Assessment on
April 8, the next' nation-
wide test date.
Late registration post-
mark deadline is March
17. The cost is $29 without
and $43 with the writing
test (an additional $18 fee
is required for late registra-
tion).
Students can receive reg-
istration information from
their high school guidance
counselors or they can reg-
ister on ACT's website at
www.actstudent.org.
The website also fea-
tures test tips, practice
tests, online test prep, and
a database for students to
find out if a prospective
college requires writing
score.
The ACT Assessment is
an achievement test that
includes for exams: Eng-
lish, reading, and science.
Students who take the
,optional writing test will
add 30 minutes to the three-
hour normal testing time.
Most colleges and uni-
versities don't require a
writing score, so students
should check the writing
test .requirements of col-
leges they're considering
before registering for the
ACT.

Earned Income
Tax Credit
Florida's Agency for
Workforce Innovation and
Workforce Florida, Inc.
in partnership with the
HR Florida State Council,
urges Florida employers to
help their employees take
Sa.ad atage, of the Earned.
Income Tax Credit (EITC).
To learn more about the
EITC and how you can
help your employees
take advantage of it go to
www.floridajobs.org/eitc/
index.html

Johns/Walters
reunion
The Johns/Walters re-
union for friends and fam-
ily will be held Saturday.


April 8, at the Gap Pond
Freewill Baptist Church,
1980 Gap Boulevard, Sun-
ny Hills. Festivities will
start at 9 a.m. Everyone is
welcome. Bring a covered
dish..

Old Westville
Post Office
The Town of Westville
is applying for a grant to
move, renovate, and pre-
serve the old post office
and help is needed.
SThe Town of Westville
and The Friends of the
Old Westville Post Office
are seeking information,
pictures, and stories about.
the landmark post office
which was built in the mid
1880s just as the railroad
was coming through.
Interior and exterior pic-
tures are needed particu-
larly of the front including
the front porch, which has
fallen and been removed.
Anyone who may know.
the whereabouts of arti-
facts from the old post of-
fice is urged to call. Input
from the public is needed
or anyone interested in
serving on an advisory
committee. Call Scott
Prescott at (850) 956-2556
or the City of Westville at
(850) 548-5858.

Meat goat
training
On April 8 from 8 11
a.m., Florida A&M Uni-
v'ersity will host Part (2)
of the Meat Goat Training
Series at 4259 Bainbridge
Highway (Hwy. 267
North), Registration fee,
is $5 (pay on site). Call
(850) 875-8557 or email to
angela.mckenziejakes@ '
amu.edu ..

Joy Aukema Taps
Memorial Fund
Joy Carol Aukema Taps,
a senior attorney with
the office of the Attorney
General of Tallahhssee
and a native of Chipley,


West Florida Electic
AThudriiT ne Eritra' Cior'nrve iUv


died Nov. 29 after a long,
courageous battle with
cancer. In her memory, her
family and friends have es-
tablished the Joy Aukema
Taps Trust Fund at Com-
munity South Credit Union
of Chipley, 1044 Highway
90, P.O. Box 623, Chipley,
FL 32428. Funds collected
will be contributed :to
Hospice and other worthy,
causes. For information,
call 638-8376.

Nobel winner to
speak at UWF
Lech Walesa, former
president of Poland and
Nobel' Laureate, will pres-
ent a free public lecture,
"Democracy: A Never-End-
ing Battle," March 31 at 7:
30 p.m. at the University of.
West Florida Field House
in Pensacola.
The lecture is part of
Festival on the Green, a
two-day, entertaining out-
door event scheduled for
March 31 and April 1 that
will welcome the North-
west Florida: and South
Alabama communities to
the UWF Main Campus.
,In 1990 Walesa became
Poland's first democrati-
cally elected president,
winning more than 74 per-
cent of the votes cast. He
is the founder of Solidarity,
an independent trade union
which led to the end of
Conmmunist rule in Poland.
He made the country a
model of economic and
political reform for East-
ern Europe to follow and
earned it the honor of
receiving one of the first
invitations to join an 'ex-
panded NATO.
Walesa now heads the
Lech Walesa Institute, ad-
vancing the ideals of de-
mocracy and free market
reform throughout Eastern
Europe and the rest of the
world.
For more information
on the lecture. contact
Kim Spear, U WF Of-
fice of the President, at
(850) 474-2200 or e-mail


WASHINGTON COUNTY r)I
CHRISTIAN
SCHOOL ,
A. Christen Alternaike in Education


kspear@uwf.edu.


Help needed
Washington County
Scholarship Trust Com-
mittee and Preserving Our
Past are looking help at
their shows. Call (850) 535-
2426 or (850) 265-8708.

Bonifay Guild for
the Arts classes
The. Bonifay Guild for
the Arts, Inc. (BGA) will
be offering the following
class schedule continuing
through Saturday, April
15. The BGA is excited
to now offer poetry, short
story writing, and illustra-
tion classes for children
and young adults. The.
BGA also has an art sup-
ply store on the premises
for the convenience of our
students, members, and
patrons. Please contact the
BGA at 850-547-3530 for
additional information.
MONDAY
'Adult Basic/Advanced
Oil Painting: 9:30 11:30
a.m. Art Studio
Adult Basic/Advanced
Drawing: 1:30 3:30 p.m.
Art Studio
Adult Intermediate Wa-
tercolor: 4:00 6:00 p.m.
Art Studio
Young Adult Poetry


.


Vote for and Re-elect
Henry PrescoLL
WFEC Board Member, District 9
* Has served on WFEC's board of trustees since 1980
* Successful business owner for 51 ears, cattle
rancher and timber farmer
* Lifelong Holmes County resident
* Active in local & community affairs, including the Shriners, Gideon's
International-Bonifay Camp,Holmes County Planning Commission,
and the Pine Log Volunteer Fire Department
* Experienced. Honest and Fair. Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. ,or and aproIivea0 y He-r,-v Pf.els'


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1:30 3:30 p.m. Art Studio
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grade): 4:00 6:00 p.m.
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times are subject to change
based upon enrollment
needs. Special times can
be arranged for individual
or special group sessions
please contact BGA for
additional information.

Prescription
assistance
The Prescription As.
distance Program (PAP) is
a non-profit organization
sponsored by Panhandle
Area Health Network..Call
850-547-1900.

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Anyone interested in
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for Save The Children
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Jordan 40th anniversary
The family of Justin and Barbara Jordan invite family
and friends to celebrate. their 40th wedding anniversary
on Saturday, April 15. The compliment will be held at 5
p.m. at Bethany Baptist Church, north on Highway 79.
I For more information, call (850) 547-0971.


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O'Steen-Williams engagement
George and Karen O'Steen of Ponce de Leon an
nounce the engagement and upcoming marriage of thei
daughter, Christy Jeanette, to Wendell Lee Williams, soi
of Roy Lee and Dorothy Williams of Caryville.
Christy is employed by the U.S. Postal Service ii
DeFuniak Spring. Wendell is employed by the state o
Florida Department of Corrections.
The wedding will take place 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May
5. at the home of the bride-elect's parents in Ponce de
Leon. .... ... -
All family and friends are invited to attend the wed
ding and the reception which will follow immediately.


Best of Show
Lindsey Winters (right) won Best of Show for rabbits
at the recent Washington County Youth Fair.

Womanless Beauty pageant
The Sneads Project Graduation committee will spon-
sor an April Fool Womanless Beauty pageant at 6 p.m.,
Saturday, April 1,.at Sneads High School.
Everyone is invited to join in this night of fun. For
more information, call Teresa Bush at 263-4744 (day) or
263-3072 (evening).

Fine arts seminar
A fine arts seminar for students, eight to 13 years of
age, will be held May 29 June 2, at the First Presbyte-
rian Church, 658 5th Street, Chipley.
Winona C. VanLandingham, Florida state certified art
instructor, will conduct classes on exploring drawing,
painting crafts, music and dance. The eight to 10 year-
old classes will be held 9 11 a.m. and 11 to 13 year-olds
will be taught from 1 3 p.m.
Supplies and tuition fee is $50. Seminar size is limited.
Registration form should be turned in to the church office
or mailed to the church at the above address.

Watford family reunion
The 108th Watford family reunion will be held Satur-
day, April 15, at the Galilee Church in Graceville, begin-
ning at 10 a.m.
"Make your plans now and write down the date. Its
time to get together and celebrate over 100 years of fam-
ily and memories," said a spokesperson.
For more information, or if you have anything to share
at the reunion, contact Tonja Watford at (731) 686-7322
or email tonjawatford@bellsouth.net as soon at pos-
sible.


Jason S. Durham has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
SEntry Program. This pro-
gram gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
Durham, a 2002 gradu-
ate of Ponce De Leon High
School, Fla., has reported
to Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.,
for active duty.
He is the son of Karen
G. Byrd, Ponce De Leon,
and Jimmy L. Burham,
Pensacola.

Coast Guard Sea-
man Apprentice Kori D.
Pelham, a 2003 graduate
of Poplar Springs High
a- School recently graduated
r from the U.S. Coast Guard
n Recruit Training Center in
Cape May, N.J.
n
f Navy Petty Officer
3rd Class Gina L. Heck-
Y ert, daughter of Jeaniece
e and Sheldon,. .S, iit of
.. West.ille, and '.he- fellow \
- shipmates assigned to the
guided-missile destroyer,
USS Decatur made a port
visit to Jebel Ali, United
Arab Emirates while on a
scheduled deployment as
part of the Ronald Rea-


Silvopasture
stewardship tour
There will be a Multi-
state Silvopasture Stew-
ardship Tour held here
in Washington County
beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Wednesday, April 5 at the
Washington County Exten-
sion Office.
The tour will feature
establishment and man-
agement of silvopasture
in various stages of pro-
duction on the George
Owens Farm. Sites will
show cattle grazing clover,
and/or bahia under wide-
row spacing and heavily
thinned loblolly pines.
After the tour, lunch will
be served at the Washing-
ton County Ag Center in
conjunction with a pre-
sentation from Dr. Mary
Goodman from Auburn
University to discuss the
data being collected at
two of those sites seen on
the tour and how this re-
search will be valuable in
measuring the benefits of
silvopasture over conven-
tional pasture production
techniques.
The public is encour-
aged -to attend. There is a
$10 registration to ,cover
the cost of the lunch and
drinks on the tour. Checks
should be made payable
to the Washington County
Agriculture Improvement
Association.
Please have those in-
terested to RSVP by noon
Monday, April 3 by calling
850-638-6180. For more
information contact Andy
Andreasen at the Wash-
ington County Extension
Office.


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gan Carrier Strike Group
(CSG) 7.
Heckert is a 1983 gradu-
ate of Holmes County
High School of Bonifay,
and joined the Navy in
April 2000.
For more information on
the deployment and high
resolution photographs,
visit USS Decatur Web site
at http://www.navy.mil.

Johnnie L. Payne has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry. Program. This pro-
gram gives young men and
women the opportunity to
delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
Payne, a 2002 graduate
of Vernon High School,
Fla., has reported to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C.,
for active duty.
He is the son of John-
nie and Wilma Payne of
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The Washington County Public Library will be spon.
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for the classes will depend on the cost of the supplies
needed. Registration is required and the fee will be due
upon registration. To register for the classes, go by 1444
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AWF wrestling April 8, 15 and 22
Above: Confederate, Kid and Kamikazie Kowboy re-
gained the AWF tag-team title from the Tatums March
15 in Noma.
Dan Delicious defeated Mr. Fantasy for the AWF
heavyweight title last Saturday in Chipley.
The American Wrestling Federation returns to Chipley
Saturday, April 8, 8 p.m. at the T.J. Roulhac Enrichment
& Activity Center. The AWF title is on the line as Mr.
Fantasy has demand a rematch with Dan Delicious.
Tickets $6 general admission. Card subject to last-minute
change. Proceeds benefit the T.J. Roulhac Center.
The AWF will be at the Mitchell Building in Noma on
April 15. Proceeds benefit Holmes County 4H. The AWF
returns to Chipley on April 22, with special guest stars
The Bullet and Scott Armstrong.
Call 638-7183 for information.

Brick sales
The Blue Creek Veterans Park is located in Ponce de
Leon. Those who served, or are now serving qualify to
purchase a memorial brick. Call 850-836-5209.

JC seniors trips
Jackson County Seniors have trips planned.
Kentucky Music Trail Tour April 8 throughApril 13,
featuring Chattanooga. Tenn., Renfro Valley, Ky., and
Paintsville, Ky., home of Loretta Lynn. Dinner and shop-
ping at Jeanie C. Riley Theater and much more.
New England/Cape Cod May 1 through May 9, fea-
turing Newport, RI, Mystic Seaport, a guided tour of the
famed Ten Mile, Old Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Oak
Bluffs. Cape of Provincetown, Plymouth Plantation, and
much more.
S_ Pigeon Forge Gospel Premier August 20 through Au-
gust 24, featuring the World's Greatest Gospel Concert,
42 plus groups.
Contact Merita Stanley at (850) 482-4799 'for informa-
tion.

Easter Star Pageant
:The Easter Star Pageant will be held Saturday, April
8 at the Washington County Ag Center on Hwy. 90 in
Chipley. Pageant open to girls ages birth to 18, and boys
ages birth to five. Pageant applications may be picked up
at Carolyn's Fashions in Chipley as well as other loca-
tions .around the area.

Motorist Awareness System
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) re-
cently introduced the Motorist Awareness System (MAS)
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29
CLOSED: Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10:30 a.m.-Chipley Garden Club luncheon/meeting, held
at The Cake Connection. Call 638-2111 for information.
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.
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Support Group-meets at
First Baptist Church educational annex building in Bonifay.
Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ponce de
Leon Methodist Church on Main Street in Ponce de Leon.
THURSDAY, MARCH 30
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
11:30 a.m.-Friends of the Washington County Library
meeting, held at Chipley Woman's Club building.
12 noon-Holmes County AARP meeting, held.at Holmes
County on Aging Building in Bonifay.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
4 p.m.-Chipley City Council workshop, held at Chipley
City Hall.
5:30 p.m.-Holmes County Historical Society meeting, held
at Historical Society building, located at 412 Kansas Ave.
in Bonifay.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
located three miles north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
7 p.m.-Ponce de Leon City Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Ne\"
Hope Volunteer Fire Station, located on Hwy. 2 in Holmes
County.
FRIDAY, MARCH 31
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.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance until 10 p.m. Music by the
Country Boys. Admission $3; Children 12 and under free
with parents. No smoking or alcohol. Door prizes, and 50/50
giveaways. Refreshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting, held at Pres-
byterian Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, APRIL 1
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.
7-10 p.m. Geneva Senior Citizens Dance at Geneva
Community Center, North Iris St., every Saturday for those


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21 and older, "old-fashioned" country music by Porter's
Wiregrass Express Band from Ponce de Leon. Admission is
$3, 50-50 give-away, refreshments, no smoking or alcohol.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Bethlehem
Masonic Lodge, located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, APRIL 2
1 p.m. Abate of Florida, a Motorcyclist Rights Organiza.
tion meets at 2229 Bonifay Gritney Road. Call 548-5187.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held in the board
room at Graceville Hospital in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals.
held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office, 638
1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
MONDAY, APRIL 3
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Wausau Library,
Vernon Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck
Wagon Restaurant in Chipley.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internal
tionals, held at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office.
638-1014 or Karma Cook, 638-8418.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program (SADVP) will be hosting
a domestic violence support group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the SADVP Rural Outreach office
at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue, apartment one, in Chipley.
Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic Lodge No. 144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, APRIL 4
CLOSED: Holmes County Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-Holmes County School Board, District Office.
Pennsylvania Ave. in Bonifay.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations call 638-6217, donations
accepted.
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck
Wagon Restaurant in Chipley.
7 p.m.-Westville City Council meeting.
7 p.m.-Esto Town Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church, located on Hwy. 177A.


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Ulysse Harrison, 90
Ulysse S. Harrison of
Chipley died March 25. He
was born Sept. 18, 1915, in
Kinston, Ala., one of 13
children born to the late
Samuel and Leona Har-
rison.
Harrison was a gradu-
ate of Auburn University
where he served as presi-
dent of the agriculture club.
He retired from USDA as a
District Soil Conserva-
tionist after 30 years. He
was a U.S. Army veteran
of World War II. He was
an active and dedicated
member of Chipley First
Baptist Church and The
Gideons. He was a mem-
ber of Chipley Kiwanis
Club for more than 50
years and had served as
past president and past Lt.
Governor.
For many' years, Har-
rison served' on numerous
public service committees
including Washington
County Indigent Commit-
tee, the Cattlemen's Asso-
ciation, and was supervisor
of the Orange Hill Soil
and Water Conservation
District.
He was preceded in
death by his late wife,
Seattle Harrison; two sis-
ters, Essie Mae and Annie
Belle Harrison and eight
brothers, Horace, Charlie,
Ellis, Ervin, Lester, Alton,
Dalton and Archie.
Survivors include his
wife, Jean Harrison; two
stepdaughters, Linda Fin-
ley and husband, Sy, of
Birmingham, Ala., .and
Sue Kelly of Chipley;
two brothers, Oscar Har-
rison and wife, Minnie,
of DeFuniak Springs and
Grady Harrison and wife,
Ernestine, of Arcadia; four
grandchildren, three great-
grandchildren and numer-
ous nieces and nephews.
Funeral service was held
March 28 at First Baptist
Church in Chipley with fa-
vorite pastors officiating.
Burial followed in the
Magnolia Cemetery in
DeFuniak Springs with
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.
Memorial donationsmay
be made to the Chiple)
First Baptist Church Build-
ing Fund or the Chipley
Gideons Camp.
Arol Hudson, 84
Arol Hudson, a native
of Washington County,
died March 23 in a health
care facility in Destin. He
was born in Vernon Dec.
6, 1921, to Lucious B, and
Trudie Jefferies Hudson.
He was a member of
the First Baptist Church of
Chipley.
Preceding him in death
were his parents, and a
sister, Oma Hudson Ham-
mack.
Survivors include his
wife, Carol McFatter Hud-
son of Santa Rosa Beach;
one son, Al Hudson of
Destin; one daughter, Cam
Hudson of Santa Rosa
Beach; and a granddaugh-
ter.
Funeral services are be-
ing arranged by Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay.
Memorial donations may
be given to Covenant Hos-


pice, Habitat for Humanity,
or a charity of choice.
Marcus E. Weeks, 76
Marcus Eugene (Gene)
Weeks of Westville died
March 17 at the fam-
ily residence. He was born
Oct. 24, 1929, in Geneva
County, Ala., son of the
late Mark Weeks and Stella
Lee Parker Weeks.
He served two years in
Germany with the U.S.
Army during the Korean
Conflict, and worked more
than 36 and a half years
with the Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation.
He was a member of Etna
Masonic Lodge No. 202:
where he served all stations
including past master. He
received life' membership
for 50,years of service.
Weeks was a member of
the Holmes County Devel-
opment Commission and a
long-time member of Beu-
lah Anna Baptist Church.
He was the oldest of four
children.
He was preceded in
death by his parents and
one granddaughter, Amy)
Elizabeth Belcher.
Survivors include his
wife of 58 years, Fay
Weeks of Westville; 'one
daughter and son-in-law.
Gilda Jean and John Wil-
liam Belcher of Troy, Ala.;
two sisters and brothers-in-
law, Claris Faye and Dink
Hornsby of Geneva, Ala.,
Martha and Gary Horton
of Westville; one brother
and sister-in-law. Jack and
Tommie Weeks of Mel-
bourne, two grandchildren
anl several nieces and
nephews.
SFuneral services were
held March 19 at Beulah
Anna Baptist Church with
the Rev. David Hidle of-
ficiating. -;
Burial followed in the
church cemetery with
Pittman Funeral Home of.
Geneva directing.
Memorial contributions
may be made to Beulah
Anna Baptist Church,
Westville, FL 32464 or to
Hospice of Emerald Coast,
4374 Lafayette St., Mari-
anna, FL 32447.
Eddie Senterfitt, 58
Eddie .Senterfitt of'
Chipley died MIarch 20. He
was born in Freeport Aug.
1, 1947.
He had lived in Freeport,
Panama City, Pensacola
and Chipley. His work
with La Gloria Oil and
Crown Central Petroleum
during the last: 30 years
took him and his family
out of Florida to Indiana.
Texas and Virginia. In
2004, Eddie and his family
returned to Chipley.
Through his lifetime,
Eddie served his churches
as deacon, youth pastor,
and Sunday school teacher.
Since returning to Chipley,
he and his family had wor-
shipped and served at Shi-
loh Baptist Church.
Survivors include his
wife, Elaine Ferguson
Senterfitt, and a sofn, Scott,
both of Wausau; a daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Leslie
and George Mangus of
Fairhope, Ala.; mother,
Orene Rossborough of
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port; two sisters, Dwynell
Alexander of Foley, Ala.,
and Nelloise Ferguson of
Wausau.
Services were held
March 24 at Shiloh Baptist
Church with Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley in
charge of arrangements.
Anna Mercer, 92
Anna Mae Mercer of
Bonifay died March 23 at
Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab Center.
SSurvivors include a
daughter.. Hilda. Ernst
and husband. Kenneth,
of Bonifay: two sisters,
MNaude Hudson and Mar-
ian Phillips, both ofTampa,
four grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
Services .were held
March 26 in ,Tthe funeral
home chapel with Brother
John Dykes officiating.
Burial was in Bonifay
Cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Earl Rushing, 68
Earl Rushing of the
Pleasant Grove community
'died March 24 at his home
there. He was born in Wal-
ton County Nov. 22, 1937,
to Edward and Vera Garner
Rushing.
Rushing \\as a life-long
resident of Walton County.
He was Baptist by faith
and a member of the Pleas-
ant Grove Baptist Church.
He owned and operated
a logging business. He
served in the Army Na-
tional Guard for more than
nine years.
He was preceded in
death by his parents and
one brother, Charles Rush-
ing.
Survivors include his
wife of 41 years, Mary
Julia Rushing of the. Pleas-
ant Grove community; two
sons. Greg Rushing and
wife. Tina. of Glendale and
Jesse W. Rushing of Pleas-
ant Grove community; six
brothers. Herbert Rushing
and wife, Myrtle, of Ponce
de Leon, Melvin Rush-'
ing of Freeport, Fulton
Rushing and wife, Evelyn.
Wendell Rishing and wife.
Jackie. Tra~is Rushing
and wife. Glenda. Larry.
Rushing and wife. FranI
all of Ponce de Leor; one
sister. Ethel Sassnett and
husband. Max, of Ponce
de Leon; one sister-in-lav.
Von Rushing, and numer-
ous nephews, nieces and
cousins.

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Set-ices, celebranng the life
.of Eddie V -Senterfitt who passed
aa\ a or, MNlnda., Mar:hi 20 irit
hdd Fnda\, March 2-1 at Shildhl
Bapti.t Church, Chiplev. View-
ing was held at Brown Funeral
Home.
Born in Freeport, Florida, Au-
gust 1, 1947, Eddie lived in Free-
p,:' t. Painana City, Pensacola and
Chipley. His -,ork w*irf, La Gloria
Oil and Crown Central Petroleum
during the last 30 years took him
and his family out of Florida to
Indiana, Texas and Virginia. In
2004, Eddie and his family re-
turned home to Chipley
Throughout his lifetime, Ed-
die served God and his .churches
as Deacon, Youth Pastor, and
Sunday school teacher. Since re-
turning to Chipley, Eddie and his
family worshipped and served at
Shiloh Baptist Church, Chipley
Eddie is survived by his wife,
Elaine Ferguson Senterfitt and his
son, Scott, of Wausau; his daugh-
ter and son-in-law, George and
Leslie Mangus, of Fairhope, AL;
also, his mother, Orene Rossbor-
ough of Shnny Hills; one brother,
Dbnnell Davis of Freeport; two
sisters, Dwynell Alexander of
Fbley AL, and Nelloise Ferguson
of Wausau.


Funeral services were
held March 26 at Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church with
the Rev. Tony Dixon of-
ficiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Clary-Glenn
Funeral Home of DeFu-
niak Springs in charge of
arrangements.
Raymon Messer, 82
Raymond Messer of
Carvville died March 23 at:
his home there. He was the
son of the late Charlie and
Vealer Messer.
SPreceding him in death,
in addition to his parents,
were a son, David Bruce
Messer, brother, Frank
Messer, and sister, Opal
Patronis.
.Survivors include his'
wife, Linda Sue Wilson St.
John 'of Caryv\ille; a son.
Michael Ray Messer and
wife, Teresa; of Orlando:
tw\o stepsons, Bryan Nla-
nis of Ponce, de Leon and
Kyle Taylor of Caryville:
three daughters and two
sons-in-law, Linda and
Mark Wadlow and Shirley.
Goodreau. all of Ra\ia,
Okla., Deborah and Lee
Payne of Marianna. one
brother, Jo Messer of Mi-
canopy: a sister, Nancy.
Meridith of Panama City.
14 grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren.
tFuneral services were
held March 25 at West
Bonifay Baptist Church
\\ith the Re\s. MNike Sasser
and Bo Newberry officiat-
ing. Burial. \ith military
graveside rites, : \as in:
Bonifay City Cemetery
with Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.
Wilmer Pelham, 78
Wilmer E. "Bill" Pel-
ham, a retired Jackson
County school teacher and
qgach, died. March 23 at
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital in Chipley.
He was born Nov. 9. 1927.
in Graceville. son of the
late Dewey and Willie MNae
Brock Pelham.
He served in the U.S.
Army. After earning his
bachelor's and master's


degrees in education, he
taught 'in public schools
in Alabama and Florida
for more than 30 years. His
greatest love was coach-
ing high school football
and working with young
athletes.
Survivors include his:
wife of 40 years, Beverly
Nan Pelham: two daugh-
ters and sons-in-law. Kim-
'berly and Jonathan Tindell
of Slocomb. Ala.: Angela:
and Chuck Thompson of
\\indermere: three sisters
and two brothers-in-law.
Joyce Peters, Barbara and
Richard Mapes. Betty and
Eric Abrahamson: three
granddaughters, and other
loving family and friends.
Graveside services \were
held M1arch 27 in the fu-
neral home chapel \vith
the Rev. Chester Padgett
officiating, and James &:
Lipford Funeral Home of
Graceville directing.
'Memorial donations'
may be made to Graceville
Athletic Club, P.O. Box
402. Graceville, FL 32440:
Friends of the Grace\ille
'Library. P.O. Box 104,
Graceville. FL 32440, or
Northwest Florida Com-
m unity Hospital, Third
Floor Family Coulicil.
P.O. Box 809, Chiple) FL
32428.
Annie L. Coates, 94
Annie Lee Coates of
Bonifay died March 24
at Washington Rehab and
Nursing Center in Chipley.
She \\as preceded in
death by her husband. John
K. Coates Sr.; and two
brothers. Clarence Fore-
hand and S.L. Forehand.
Survivors include a
son. John K. Coates Jr.
and wife. Barbara June, of
Chipley: a daughter. Eliza-
beth Ann,Coates Baxter
of Fort.Gaines. Ga.; two
sisters. Eva Jane Roberts
of Pensacola and Carrie
F. Crocker of Monticello:
six grandchildren. 11 great-
grandchildren and one
great-great-grandchild.
Services were held
March 26 at Carmel As-


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with the Rev. Tommy
Moore officiating.
Burial was in the church
cemetery with Peel Fu
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.
Allen Rogers, 94
Allen Rogers, a life-long
resident of Washington
County, died March 25
at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital in
Chipley. He was born in
Washington County May 1.
1911. to Buster and Molly
Rogers. He was a retired
deputy sheriff with 37
years of service in Wash
ington. Holmes and Jack
son counties.
He was preceded in
death b) his mother and
father; one brother. Arthur
Rogers; and two daughters
Marlene and Betty Ann
Rogers. :-
Surnivors include Shis::
- wife, Minnie Rogers; one
son. Thomas Allen Rogers
and wife, Janice, of Donal
sonville. Ga.; one daughter
Charlotte Sapp and hus
band Bill, of Panama City:
one stepdaughter. Lane
Robbins and husband. Jim
my. ofGulfport. Miss.: one
stepson. Larry Loyed and
wife. Nancy, of Alpharetta
Ga.: four brothers. Clark
Rogers of Vemon. the
Rev. Lewis Rogers of
Panama City. Leo Rogers
of Wausau. and Howard
Rogers of Port St. Joe: one
sister. MIarell Taylor of
Panama City: five grand
sons, one step-grandson
one step-granddaughtei
and eight great-grandchil
dren.
Funeral services were
held March 27 at the
Wausau Assembly of God
with the Revs. Danny
Burns, T.A. Greene and
Roger Dale Hagan offici-
ating.
Burial. with Masonic
rites and a 21-gun salute
followed in Wausau Me-
morial Gardens Cemetery
with Brown Funeral Home
of Chipley directing.
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Woodturners'
Guild meets
The Emerald Coast
Woodturners' Guild will
hold its monthly meeting
on April 8 from 9:00 a.m.
till noon at the Freeport
Community Center on
Hwy. 331 in Freeport.
This month's demon-
stration will be turning
bowls by Paul Sherman.
Open to anyone interested
in woodturning.
For more information
please call Ron Ferreira
850-622-0942.

Regional
Transportation
Area Partnership
meeting April 3
Meetings of the Bay,
Gulf, Holmes, anid Wash-
ington Regional Trans-
portation Area Partnership
have been scheduled for
Monday, April 3 at Ebro
Town Hall meeting room
at 6629 Dogtrack Road in
Ebro (located at the corner
of SR 79 and SR 20.)
The technical staff liai-
son group will meet from
10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The executive 'commit-
tee will meet from 1 3
p.m.
Agendas will include the
following items:
1. Discussion and adop-
tion of a regional trans-
portation network for Bay,,
Gulf, Holmes, and Wash-
ington counties.
2. Discussion and adop-
tion of the regional net-
work criteria.
3. Discussion and adop-
tion of the regional net-
work project priorities.
4. Discussion and adop-
tion of ,the regional net-;
work prioirties criteria.,.. ,
5. Discussion of State
Transportation Regional
Incentive Program (TRIP).
Reasonable accom-
modations for access to
the public hearing will be
made in accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act and for lan-
guage requirements other
than English,
:Those needing assis-
tance: should notify Ellie
Roberts at (850) 595-8910
ext. 218 at least 48 hours in
advance.

Bluegrass festival
The third annual Blue
Grass Spring Fling in Bris-
tol, will be held on Sat-
urday, April 8, at Liberty
County's Veterans Memo-
rial Civic Center.
Gates will open at 8:30
a.m. Nlusic starts at 9:30
a.m. inside the civic center.
Featured bands include:
River Town Girls from
Blountsto\n: Crosscut
from Panama City: Blue
Shades of Grass. and Silher
& Gold from Tallahassee.
There \rill be craft ven-
dors. fun for the kids. food.
exhibits, and a train ride
through the back of the

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Proud winner
One of those who won a plaque at Saturday's compe-
tition at the Hard Labor Creek scramble was Ryan
Muchard of Tarpon Springs. He won second place in
the PeeWee B competition. Ryan's dad, Mike Mucha-
rd, competed Saturday. Ryan is joined by Ted Everett,
owner and manager of Hard Labor Creek Plantation
in Washington County.


park.
Admission will be $5
per person. This event is
sponsored by the Liberty
County Arts Council. For
information call (850) 643-
5491 or (850) 643-5235.

VISTA positions
Literacy Volunteers,
of Washington County
(LVWC) is accepting
applications for two new
AmeriCorp. VISTA posi-
tions. A one year commit-
ment to the VISTA assign-
ment is necessary. This is
an opportunity 'for some-
one to help in the commu-
nity and earn money at the
same time.
One of the VISTA posi-
tions will perform duties
at the Washington County
Library in Chipley. The
qualified applicant's duties
w would be to setup and teach
classes in basic computer
literacy, provide one-on-
one computer assistance
and assist students in the
use of pre-GED computer
programs.
The other position will
be with the LVWC orga-
nization. This person will
set up and teach classes in
basic computer literacy at


the Caryville Library and
Literacy Center, do one-on-
one computer assistance,
and assist students with
pre-GED preparation with
both books and computer
programs.
Anyone interested in
either of these positions
should contact Linda Mari-
naccio at the LVWC office
located in the Washington-
Holmes Technical Center,
757 Hoyt Street, Chipley,
or call (850) 638-6317.


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Karen Walker, 40
Karen Delores Walker of
Bonifay died March 19 at
the Happy Acres Assisted
Living Facility there.
Survivors include her
mother, Therese Gagnon
Ruggieri; a daughter, Sa-
mantha Schoffstall; two
sisters, Lori Ann Kervin
of Virgina Beach, Va., and
Cindy Ruggieri; and a
brother-in-law, Ed Kervin.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Sims
Funeral Home of Bonifay
in charge of arrangements.
Burial will be in Lakeside
Memory Gardens in Eustis.
Susie Cooper, 88
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daughter of the late Willie
and Shellie Forehand.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded in
death by her husband, Es-
ter Cooper; three brothers,
Lessie, Johnnie and Elzie
Forehand, and three sisters,
Evelenor Cooper, Irene
Barlow and Ida French.
Survivors include two
sons and daughters-in-law,
Leavy and Carolyn Cooper,
Richard and Polly Cooper,
all of Bonifay; a daughter
and son-in-law, Beatrice


and Cirenio Judah of Ver
non; a sister, Irene Garner
of Bonifay, 12 grandchil-
dren, 22 great-grandchil.
dren and two great-great.
grandchildren.
Services were held
March 28 in the funeral
home chapel with Norman
Harris and the Revs. Ernest
Hodge, Herman Sellers
and George Stafford of
ficiating.
Burial was in Sellers
Cemetery with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.


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2 PROM DRESSES New .INSTANT EASTER
lightblue w/ rhinestones PINSTANT EASTERb .
size 16/18 -$125. Light PHOTrops. $5. Bring in
Purple w/ Rhinestones and props. $5. Brng in
Pu,,rp oie w >/Rinestones ad for $1 off. 547-0224
and train Size 13/14 $75. ad for $1 off. 547-0224
Call 535-4360 5 The Kirklands, near
Bethany Baptist Church
YAMAHA of 79.
4-WHEELER 2003
Yamaha Warrior 350, six
speed, very fast, must.
see. $3000 obo. Call
547-4903 AZALEAS ONLY $1.671
FERGUSONTRACTOR Other shrubs $1.87. An-
VICON mower, NH nuals, Day Lilies, Hang-
hayrake,' Massey ing Baskets, Perennials,
Ferguson 135, utility Trees, more. Crapemyr-
trailer, 2 bottom plow, ties and Japanese Mag-
aerator. 547-2225, leave nolias (Tulip Trees) on
message sale All Ways Growin'
40 ACRES HAY free, for Nursery, lic# 47222563,
sale 93 Buick LeSaber, Tuesday thru Saturday,
golf cart, 547-2225 leave 1658 Hwy 177-A, 11
message ,miles.NW Bonifay, 850-:
547-2938
BOWFLEX EXTREME.
Used a fewtimes- comes SELL! SELL! SELL! $1
with 320 lbs extra, $1000 six pack,
obo call 535-4360 CIRCLE K NURSERY
Licensed Grower.
SNARE DRUM LIKE (850)638-0886;
new, $125. (850)548- (850)638-6622. Veget-
4796 able plants, tomatoes,
1995 FLEETWOOD peppers, all kinds! Okra,
20FT pop-up camper squash,burplesscucum-
with A/C, gas stove, elec- ,bers.
tric, sleeps 6. 638-0983, MAPHIS TREE FARM &
leave.message. Nursery. It's planting.
SOD SOD SOD Quality time! Come see us for
you can depend on! Irri- fruit and citrus trees.
gated, weed & pest con- Blueberries, Mayhaw,
trolled. Centipede and St. Muscadines, etc.. Flow-
Augustine. Delivery and ering shrubs such as Tea
installation available. 8 Olives, Loropetalum, In-
.,mi. SW of Chipley for' dian Hawthorne, Holly,
easy customer hauling! Crepe Myrtle, Butterly
Callanytime! Billy & Leo- Bushes, etc. Flowering
la Brock. (8501638-1202 tree, including Loropta-
or (850)326-1500 lum Magnolias, Crab Ap-
COLOR COPIES $1. pie, Drake Elm, MaPles,
S I Oaks, Cleveland Pears,
COPIES 150 Washing- Dogwoods, much more.
ton County News, down- We also have bedding
town Chipley. plants, hanging baskets
OLDER CAMPER,.and a assortment.~,
SLEEPS 3. no title. $500.- Amaryllis. Don't forget
(352)535-5896 Cipley our gll shoplorgils, bal-
area. loons, silk flowers and
1987 CHEVY S10 P/U Spring wreaths. We also
with cab overrack $700. .have horpemade jellies
and our own honey.
John Deere mower 38" Oand oTues-Sat, -n h
cut $374. Call 638-1151 Open Tues-at, 9am-
.5pm. (850)638-8243.
SOD FOR SALE on the -814 Rattlebox Road, off
farm, delivered or in- "Orange Hill Highway,
Stalled. Centipede and Chipley.
419 Bermuda. WEST LEOLA BROCK NURS-
FLORIDA TURF
FLORIDA SERIES LLC. Plants, trees
(850)638-4860; .& shrubs. Landscape
(850)415-0385. Estab- & design, landscape con-
ished 1980. design, landscape con-
lished 1980. tracting, irrigation sys-
WE BUY SELL & trade :tens. 1788 White Road,
Golf Carts. One gas cart 'Bonifay, FL 32425
$1100. 535-4111 (Washington Counly)
THIRDANNUALCAR& (850)638-1202;
Craft Show at Wausau (850)326-1500
First Baptist Church. May -
6. 10-2. Vendors wel-
come, free set up. For
information call 638- 74 SOLID
8259 $274 SOLID WOOD ,, ,
8259 Q)Pinh b zd npw in My


1996 STRATOS 268 V-
Hull Bass Boat. V4 90
(115HP) Johnson Out-
board, Johnson Trolling
Motor. Brand new (clear
coat) to fiberglass, new
seat covers, new carpet.
new gauges, new tow
rope, and trailer has ben
touched up. Boat looks
new and outboard is mint
and runs great. Boat can
be seen in Chipley.
$7200 OBO, contact
850-527-8401.
2003 HONDA
GOLDWING 48,000
miles, silver color, CB,
AM/FM radio, helmet w/
speakers included.
$12,000. 638-4251




ALBINO FERRET 16
wks old, $140 firm. In-
cludes medium cage and
harness with leash. Call
547-3491
FOR SALE 3
Chihuahuas, females,
ready to go. $200 each.
956-4220
BABY BUNNIES
DWARFS Rexes, "Meat
Type" Cages available.
Also, ducklings, chicks
and goslings. Polaroid
photos available. 547-
0224. The Kirkland
FOR SALE LIMOUSINE
Bull 4yrs old $1500, Bred
Heifers $800. (850)956-
2690






1it I- iW-


)lle ll U Iinew III oxA,
can deliver 850-425-
8374
$550 BRAND NEW 6 pc
bedroom set, still in
boxes, can deliver. 850-
222-9879
FURNITURE & SERTA
MATTRESSES Low,
low, low overhead guar-
antees low, low, low pric-
es.
P&S Discount Furniture,
Chipley. (Since 1973)
850-638-4311
2 PIECE MICROFIBER
sofa & loveseat. Stain
resist. Brand new, life-
time warranty. Retail
$1300, sell $475. Can
deliver. 850-425-8374
$850 DINING ROOM
brand new table + leaf, 6
chairs, lighted china cabi-
net, still boxed, can de-
liver. 850-222-2113
UPRIGHT PIANO
GOOD condition $300
obo, living room suit sofa
& loveseat $300 obo,
standard size pool table
for $700 obo. Full size
trampoline, good shape
$100. 638-0666


06 KING BEDROOM
set, bed, chest, TV
armoire, 2 nightstands,
brand new, suggested
list $3200, must sell
$1000, can deliver 850-
545-7112
$120 NEW FULL size
mattress set in plastic
with warranty; can deliver
850-222-2113
$150 A BRAND new
queen pillow top mat-
tress set. In plastic, war-'
ranty. Can deliver 850-
545-7112
$250 KING PILLOW top
mattress set, new,
sealed plastic with war-
ranty. Can deliver. 850-
222-7783
2 PC LEATHER sofa and
love. Brand new in crate,
can deliver. Lifetime war-
ranty. List $2000. Sac
$795. 850-222-7783

AK^^


87 MERCEDES 420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
sage.
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-
3545
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.
92 CHEVY CAPRICE
Classic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
Sfor Karl. 547-4465
1991 SEDAN DEVILLE
for sale. 638-1090 after
6pm.
2000 FORD TAURUS
Sel 4 door, loaded 12-
disc CD changer, clohn
seats, il. cruise -Ibp.; C -
dillon. 57.000 mrdles. -
638-7511 or 850-326-
0210
2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Malibu. 55,000 miles,
AC, CD player, tinted
power windows, new
stock speakers. Like
new! $10,000. Call 849-
1143
1995 FORD ESCORT
wagon 1 owner, 4 cylin-
der, Good condition
$2,200. OBO 638-2749
87 CHRYSLER New
Yorker, white, cruise, tilt
steering, AC, power
locks', windows, auiomalt-
ic. AM/FM radio 624-
9773
2001 FORD EXPLORER
white, automatic, fully
loaded, 6 CD changer,
running boards, custom-
ized bra, $8000.
(334)588-3141, cell
(850)418-0031
93 MAZDA MX6 $1000
as is. 547-2401
1998 BUICK REGAL
GS, red, gray leather in-
terior, 4.0L 3800 Series II
Supercharged engine,
83,000.miles, air, $7000.
(850)260-1149
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
1975 CORVETTE STIN-
GRAY 105,000 original
miles, completely re-
stored inside & out. New
paint. Call for more info.
(850)638-8055 Mon-Fri
8-5
2001 OLDSMOBILE
AURORA excellent con-
dition, reg maint, white w/
grey leather interior.
$6995. Call 547-2937
1999 MERCURY
SABLE 35,000 miles,
like new, must sell, excel-
lent condition. Pay off
only. 415-6683; 638-
0083


99 GRAND AM SE 4
door, excellent condition
inside & out. Good trans-
portation asking $4000.
Call 263-4245 or cell
phone 326-0446
94 BUICK
ROADMASTER good
condition, runs great,
cold air$1800. 638-2920
or 326-0031
1979 CORVETTE
Eveything brand newly
Must see to appreciate.
415-6820 $8000 or trade
for pick-up of equal
value.
1987 LINCOLN,
TOWNCAR 109,000
miles, runs good, new
exhaust, 302 engine,
good tires, for more infor-
mation call 638-1311.
$750
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
seats seven, excellent
shape inside & out, cold
air, loaded $5995. 547-
9233
92 ROADMASTER
BUICK Stationwagon,
clean & good shape. 22
mpg. $2200. 638-7822


93 FORD AEROSTAR
extended van, runs
great, good condition.
$3000. 535-4898
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
,toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
2001 TOYOTA
TACOMA 2.4 liter 4 cyl-
inder, flow master cus-
tom exhaust, CD player
with security system. 5-
speed, AC, 44,000 miles.
$11,000. (850)352-4589;
cell (850)209-7311
1975 DODGE TRUCK
Rebuilt engine, needs
manifold $900. Call 535-'
4205
1979 FORD EXPLORER
collector's iruck, loaded.
one owner, garage kept,
mechanically sound,
"$7000 value, ,asking
$3500. 638-1321; 638-
4541.
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13.500. OBO. 100.000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228


1970GMCSUBURBAN 99 FORD EXPLORER
350, AT, PS, PB. New XLT, lealher power win-
paint, tires, runs great, dows, locks, CD & cas-
ready for car show. serte, running boards V-
$4900. OBO. 638-4682 6, $7000. Call 596-3774
96 JEEP CHEROKEE 1994 CONVERSION
excellent condition, Chi- VAN V-6, cruise, power
pley area. Red, $4000 windows, 106 k miles,
firm. Call anytime looks and runs good.
(352)535-5896 547-2180
1999 DODGE RAM 1989 JEEP CHEROKEE
1500 V6 Magnum.; Fully good condition, clean in-
loaded, mag wheels, terior, JVC CD player,
cruise control, stereo, runs well. $2100 obo.
spray in bedliner, new (850)260.-5806;
tires, 80,000 miles. Ex- (850)638-2560
cellent condition. $9900. .1998 F D F
535-0242 1998 FORD F150 good
condition,- call for further
1980 DODGE EX- information. ,(850)535-.
TENDED 'Work ,. van ,945
$150j0 773-3892 '"?
1500 3-3892 2002 FORD RANGER
1988 FORD RANGER king Cab, step side, 6cd
pickup, 4x4, 4 cyl, 5- changer, powerwindows
speed, good hunting and doors' like new.
truck, runs excellent,
driven everyday. $1200. $12,000 payoff ) 850-
(8 50)773-28786; 373-7755
(850)510-2784 FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
1998 OLDSMOBILE plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
SILHOUETTE Van dual leather, loaded, custom
air, CD player, leather, rims, Alpine stereo sys-
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles. tem, ilnted windows
Must see and drive to ap- $11,000. 547-2502
preciate. 638-1138
prat2002 FORD E R- 2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
2002 FORD EXPLOR- Wagon V-8. PW. PL, ste-
ER XLT, excellent condi- reo, dual A/C, 23,000
tion, fully loaded, keyless miles, very clean. must
entry, leather, dark sage sell make ohe 850-
green. 81,000 miles.semake oher 850-
$12,500. Call 526-7737737
3619(w); 638-8104(h) 99 FORD EXPEDITION
1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3 "00.000 miles, excellent
V6, AT,.AC, PW, 4-door, condition: $12,000.
very clean, $4500. (850)579-2977
(850)260-1612 2000 HONDA ODYS-
FOR SALE 2001 Ford SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
Expedition XLT, loaded, 89,000 miles, good con-
42,000 miles, $17,000. edition, gray cloth interior,
547-4830 between 6pm white exterior, $13,000
& 8pm only. No collect $13,000
calls. OBO. 547-0899.
1999 ISUZU AMIGO 1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Convertible, brand new Z71, SWB, reg' cab,
clutch, transmission, Silverado Package. New
starter, timing belts. Ask- pts. $5500. Call Terry
ing $6500. 773-5720, 547-3646. 7am-5pm
leave message 86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
1989 FORD F-150 PU,
1989 FORD F-150 PU, motor built, large cam,
115,000 miles, runs great
$2000. 535-2608 runs good, body has
$some rust, show its age
1974 CHEVY $1500. OBO. 547-0929
CHEYENNE Super 20,
"a heavy duty toy hauler" FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
350/350, recent recondi- Suburban LT, 57 litre,
tioned ground up. $8700. leather, CD, front/rear
773-1818, after 5pm AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/ ing $8950. Call 850-956-
4 ton, Heavy Duty 4x4, 1260
new A/C, tow package. 97 DODGE 4-wheel
350 motor, AT, PS, PB, drive 155,000 miles,
new paint, parts & bat- looks and rus great
850-547-0448 looks and ruhs great
tery,$6500 OBO.' 263-9711
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-
door. $9500. 263-3105 FOR SALE 87 Dodge
evenings. Ram 250 Van. Good me-
chanical condition.
99 FORD 150 XL Super chanical codion.
99 FORD 150 XL Super Makes excellent work
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97,500 miles. van, $1250. Call eve-
Asking$9000.547-0150; nings after 5:30. 535-
326-3123. 9800


| it, BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
o untry (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 547-3510



2 ACRES 3 BA, 1.5 BA, BRICKREDUCEDE $97,900 .40 ACRES
WOODED HWY FRONTAGE, VERNON AREA $200,000 NICE 3
BR HOME LARGE LOT, DOGWOOD LAKES $159,900 4-1/2
ACRES 4 BR MOBILE HOME $74,900 19+ ACRES POND,
OWNER FINANCING $139,900 40 ACRE CATTLE RANCH 3
BR BRICK HOME, FRAME RENTAL HOUSE, PASTURE $399,900
1 ACRE 3 BR, 2 BA BRICK HOME $159,000 4.5 AC 4 BR
HOME, FENCED $74,900 6 BR, 2 BA HOME, 10 ACRES,
POND $275*000 SEVERAL SUNNY HILLS LOTS CALL.


CLEAN 2001 S-10, 3 dr,
ext cab, V6/auto, loaded
with factory options. No
smoke, no pets, 54,000
miles $8750. 773-1818
after 5pm.
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000
miles, tan in color,
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. OBO. 547-
0765, 527-4246
2001 FORD RANGER
XLT V-6, fully loaded,
auto-trans, 5 disc CD
player, Bedliner. Only
53,000 miles. $7,900.
547-1688; 768-0135
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351' motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800;
(850)415-6301
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT. A
head turner witn 7 seals.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
12,000 miles; $26,000.
850-638-8882
96 F-150 loaded. $4000.
.547-2401
96 FORD DULLY F350
gooseneck, brake sys-
tern, trim package,
bedliner, excellent condi-
tion $12,500. 535-2276
2003 DODGE RAM w'
Hemi 2500. 7000+ miles,
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. 1334)699-2382


FOR SALE 2BR/1.5BA
brick home on large lot
inside Chipley city limits,
fenced area, 40x60
metal bldg w/1/2 bath, 2
covered RV spaces, one
with complete hookups.
Owner financing. 850-
638-5058 or 850-638-
4629
BRICK, 3 BEDROOM, 2
bath, Hwy 77, 3 miles
'Sodth of Chipley. Call
.Milton tor.informailon
850-638-1858
NEW 3/2 CARPORT
Cathedral ceilings, up-
graded AC, wood, tile,
carpet floors, 1620 sq.ft,
large master suite w/
shower & tub. .9 acres..
right 273, outside Chip-
ley $185.000. 18501638-
7384




'*GULF FRONT
CONDO" Thomas Drive,
local owner, greal rates
to local renters, 2BR/
2BA, sleeps 6. April thru
May at $795,'wk plus tax.
638-1336 or 850-276-
0091
MIDDLE AGED CHRIS-
TIAN couple, no child-
ren, seeking clean, 2BR/
2BA house to rent in
country vicinity of Vernon
or Chipley. Please call
7pm-10pm & lpm-10pm
weekends. (85b)373-
8487 local number'
SMALL HOUSE CH/A
washer & dryer, nice
yard, aval 'April 1st.-No
pets, smoke free envi-
ronment. $500/mo, $500/
dep; 638-1272
FOR RENT ONE bed-
room house on pond,
large deck, big yard, car-.
port and garage. $500/.
month. Call 547-4310
FOR RENT 1 bedroom
country home, North of
Bonifay, large yard,
washer & dryer, no pets,
$450 a month, 547-0076,
leave message
2BR/1BA IN BONIFAY
water/sewage included.
$450/mo, references re-
quired. 2BR/1BA frame
home in Chipley, $400/
mo. 638-2999


211 MH oh 112 acre,
Holmes Co,-$32,00
I ac. wlsepticA a ity
wtr.' onfwr.$83,oDo
22 ,MH on R I 70In
Bonifty.-_$~Y79.000.
22 acres on Hwy. 2..
.....-_Omily $120FUO0
21+ ac* w:ith creek,
wooded.-...b.5262,S0
40 acres with creek
an Hwy. 2..$3W0,QO
Comm. 'bdg, w13 'am
on Hwy. 905700000~
PPICILL % 'T Bil -F NISO
BROKER-' RE %LTORS
Cell: 76S.0O320'
Jofl MANtE .L RE TOR'
Cell: ,',',ryf
%NDRELE%%il RELTOR&


OLDER 24X52 MOBILE
home 14x52 addition,
oak cabinets, 3BR/2BA,
must be moved $12.000
obo. 850-638-4371 after
5pm.


-OIEgO E


MOBILE HOMES FOR
rent in Collondale on
Sapp Rd, 8 mi east of
Chipley. 3/2 & 2/2 avail-
able: Total electric. 258-
4868; 209-8847
3BR/2BA Ponce De
Leon $350 month.
(850)642-1678- ,
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
mobile home in mobile
home park, $385 with
$300 deposit, near Boni-
fay Elementary School,
town & recreational area
547-3746
BONIFAY 3BR/2BA
mobile nome, park loca-
tion. $525 mo. $525 se-
cunty deposit and others
available. 904-951-2984
or 850-699-3599
FOR RENT MOBILE
home completely fur-
nisneo except gas &
electric. 3 miles out of
town. 638-1871
TRAILER FOR RENT
partially furnished, AC.
washer/dryer,'no pets.
smoke-free environment,
$400 deposit, $400/mo
rent. Call 638-1272
2BR/1BA MOBILE
HOME $100 deposit,
$275/mo. No dogs. 547-
9887
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
mobile homes for rent, all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228
3 BR12BA Bonifay, $525
month 850-951-1350

APARTMN


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.
EFFICIENCY
APARTMENTS FOR
rent. $65/wk, deposit re-
quired, no pets. Call 638-
1222 after 5pm


Charming 2 or 3 BR/2BA town home, on 2 beautiful
city lots, 11ft' ceilings predominate, Formal LR/DR,
Fireplace, 2 car garage w/large storage. Inviting
porches & covered deck,very well kept.
Contact Agent: JOAN MANUEL,Realtor,
Ph: 547-2725 e Cell 638-6967
Ofc. 547-5220 Email: joanhmanuel@gmail.com
GRAND OAKS REALTY
612 N. Waukesha St. (Hwy 79) Bonifay, Fl 32425


YARD SALE SAT April
lsI. 5266 Douglas Ferry
Road, Caryville. From
Bonifay go Io Douglas
Ferry Road. luring right go
west 9 miles, house on
right. 250 gallon LP gas
lank, furniture, lots ol
dishes & other things.
(850)892-2611
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
sale Saturday April 1.
8am-12 at 1562 S. Blvd.
across from Trawick
Construction baby, boys.
large adull clothes. furni-.
ture. misc
3 FAMILY YARD sale Fri
& Sat 9 to 4. 491 Corbin
Rd. Condo lurniture &
appliances, lamps,.
clothes, ec ..
YARD SALE APRIL 1.
2642 Parker Rd, off
177A, toys, baby items,
clothes, etc., 7-12noon.
ORANGE HILL'BAP-
TIST Church Youth
Sponsored Yard Sale
Saturday. April 1st, 7am
in The Medicine Shoppe
Parking Lot Chipley.


I REALESlm


BEST PRICES AROUND ON
t tT. ) I 0AT

97 TS ine 282,28R2.BA........,.$34,900

99 Peachstate 28l2,3 BR2 BA......... $32,900

SOakood 28x ,3BR,2 A..................$41,900

98 R11e n o169 13 BR,2 BAe .......... 23,900

99 Belrest2462,3 BR,2 BA..................$1,900

97 General 24I R2 B.................... 31,900
All Homes Include Delifery, Set-Up, AC, Steps, Plumbing & Skirting







Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-7 p.m,,
Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd, Bonifay, FL
(8501547-4784* Cell (8501951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
10-1/2+- Acres, 2/3 cleared hay field, balance
wooded. Camp house with full bath, appliances,
washer/dryer hook up. Deep well, 200 AMP
electric, pole barn $89,900 0 Lot and a half
on spring fed lake, cleared, ready for your
home $98,500 Spacious brick home on
3.43 acres. Paved frontage, outbldgs, nicely
landscaped, close to Lake Victor. $169,900
* 6.65 acres surveyed, lots of frontage, nice
trees, privacy, reduced to $59,900 5.1 acres
cleared, surveyed, with frontage on Hwy. 2 &
Hwy. 177A $40,000 17 acres mostly cleared
crop/pasture land. Hardwoods, creek branch
and deep pond at back of property. $136,000.
www.carolecannonrealty.com


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TRI-COUNTY
REALTY
1103 S. Waukesha St,
Bonifay, FL
(850)547-4480
S Experienced
Trained Agents
John Alford..... 547-2737
James Wilson. 773-3655
Mary Coleman 547-3181
Robert Smith.. 547-4480
Free Market Analysis








BUILDING DOWN-
TOWN FOR rent. Main
Street, Chipley. 638-
1918
EXCELLENT CONDI-
TION HWY 77,
Graceville. 960+.- sq.ft.
retail/office space, for
info. call 1-800-342-3019
STONE HOUSE COM-
MERCIAL property lor
lease, excellent location
Main Street, Chipley,
Approximately 2000
sq.ft. Available May 1,
2006. (850)527-4316
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
STORE FRONT FOR
rent downtown Chipley
on Railroad Ave in Dunn
Building. roll up door in
back. Oliice.Retail
(850i579-2821
MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance 5
acres or more lor houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.
: Housion Rd.,-Duncar
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-
lion 850-638-1858


PETS &
LIVESTOCK


I FOR SA


10 MILE YARD sale.
April 8th. 7am-until. (Hwy
284) South Vernon, BP
Station Hwy 79, turn right
on Hwy 284, follow signs.
535-2737
LAST WEEK OF moving
sale. Prices reduced.
Partial list: boat, '57 car,
'77 GMC pickup,
dogpen, calf houses,
several self propelled
walk behind mowers, 3
other walk behind mow-
ers, call for directions &
more information.
(850)638-8722
SAT APRIL 1 8am-3pm,
off Hwy 77 on Clayton
Road, look for signs.
Men, women and
children's clothing, home
furnishings, appliances,
lots of misc.
GIANT YARD SALE this
Saturday from 8 to 12 at
the First Methodist
Church in Bonifay.
APRIL 1ST garage sale;
7am-until, 1262 Piney.
Grove Rd. Furniture,
clothes, kid's items,
etc....



MARIANNA GOAT and
SHEEP Auction, every
Thursday night starting at
5pm. Misc., goats,
sheep, chickens, ducks,
guineas. Held at Auction
Drive, Marianna. Phone
(850)535-4006; cell 258-
5209. Jerry Johnson
#AU362
AUCTION OPRY EV-
ERY Friday Night, Music
at 5pm, auction at 7pm.
Hwy 79, Esto, .Florida.
Coming soon Friday S
Saturday auction. ani-
mals, misc, equipment.
etc. Music until midnight.
Classic Gospel, Country,
Bluegrass Music before
auction. Mvaxie Yales
Auction Co. (850)263-
7500.AU3017 AB2343
AUCTION SAT APRIL 8.
9am. Estate ol Wilmer
Thela Smilh #1133 11lh
Street, Graceville, FL.
Brick house (1400 sq. h)
on 150x160 lot. Many
household contents, an-
tiques, & tools. Inf. 850-
849-0792 Gerald, 850-
209-3595 Tim
AUCTION SATURDAY
APRIL 8, 2006, 1:00pm
misc., goats 5pm and all
caged animals after goat
sale. Consignmenls wel
come. Washington
County Ag Center Hwy
90W. Chipley, check-in
starting @7am. Phone
(850)260-5585 J&N Auc-
tion Company #AB2458
Auctioneer David Corbin
#AU1964




HOMECARE AIDES
NEEDED Help seniors
continue living in their
own homes. Cleaning,
laundry, cooking, etc.
Fullfitpg work for the
right person. Apply at
MedSouth Home Health
201 N Etheridge Street.
547-5549
JERKINS INCORPO-
RATED IN Bonifay is
seeking a A or B CDL
Driver for the Redi Mix
Concrete and Building
Material Industry. Apply
at Bonifay store.








Wednesday, March 29, 2006 Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 11B


" ADMINISTRATIVE AS-
SSISTANT positions avail-
able for Chipley and Pan-
; ama City Beach
SEngineering/Survey of-
fice. Must have 5+ yrs
exp as an administrative
Assistant. Advanced
Knowledge of Word, Ex-
cel and Outlook a must;
strong communication
Sand organization skills
Sreq. F/T, Excellent ben-
efits package, EEO. E-
.mail resumes to human-
resources@ drmp.com.
(www.drmp.com)..
TOUR BUS DRIVERS
Needed. Must be CDLUP
endorsed. 638-5511
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 Car-
Spenters. Please come by
Sand fill out an application:
"' Reed Concrete & Con-
struction, Inc. 850-547-
5767 or fax 850-547-
" 3677
EXPANDING COMPA-
NY seeking applicants to
learn the truss building
trade. Paid on-the-job
training, bi-weekly bo-
nuses. For appointment
please call Arban & As-
sociates from 7am -3pm
@ 850-836-4362
HOUSEKEEPER COOK
NEEDED at Happy Acres
ALF in Bonifay. Pay
starts at $7.50 an hour
with pay after six months.
Must be willing to help
clean and cook for 48
residents. Hours are
11:30pm-7:30pm. 40
hours a week. Paid va-
cation and sick leave af-
ter one year of employ-
Sment. Background
screening required. Ap-
plications accepted daily.
Please call 547-3708 for
more information.
EXPANDING COM-
PANY SEEKING appli-
cants to learn the truss
building trade. Paid on
the job training, bi-weekly
bonuses. For appoint-
ment please call Arban &
Asociates from 7am-3pm
@ 850-836-4362
ADVERTISING SALES
REP needed to service
accounts in Washington
& Holmes Counties. Me-
dia experience neces-
sary. Do not call office.
Please submit resume to
Chipley Newspapers,
SInc,,PO- Box 6?7, Chi-
'"pl;; ',L'3 2,2. or pick up
application form at office,
1364 N. Railroad Ave.
REPORTER NEEDED
FOR local newspapers.
Writing & computer skills
a must. Experience
strongly preferred. Drug-
free. workplace, EOE.
Apply in person at Wash-
ington County News,
downtown Chipley.
Phone callers will be au-
tomatically disqualified.
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending oh experi-
ence. Call 547-1001
HARDEE'S First Assis-
tant Manager positions
open in Bonifay and
Graceville. This position
reports directly to the
GM. This individual
should have prior restau-
rant management experi-
ence, Qualities of the ide-
al candidate include: en-
joys dealing with custom-
ers and employees, is a
leader and sets the ex-
ample, enjoys success
and challenges, and
loves responsibility. We
will train you in the Hard-
ee's systems. Salary is
based on experience.
Benefits include 401-K
plan, BCBS, Vacation,
bonus, and sick leave.
Call Glenn at 850-867-
3986 for more info.
LOOKING FOR PT help,
approx 3 days week, only
reliable & dependable
person need to apply @
EZ Glide. Call for appt.
638-4403 8am-4pm
Monday-Friday
HELP WANTED GRILL
Cook, Kitchen Help,
part-time cashier, eve-
nings Tues-Sat. 535-
1555



Covenant Transport
A great choice no matter
what you're looking for


Regional Service
Dedicated Service
Temp Control
Team Expedited Longhaul
*Excellent Starting
Potential
*Driver Friendly Divisions
*Consistent Home Time
*Family Training Plan:
You Train Your Spouse
Relative/Friend
Hiring Solos, Teams,
Student Graduates,
Owner Operators,
Lease Purchase
M: h


CARPENTER NEEDED
Experienced only need
apply. Must have own
tools and transportation.
We are a Drug Free
Workplace. EOE. Apply
at Ridley's Town & Coun-
try Builders 949 Orange
Hill Rd. 7:30am-4:00pm.
(850)638-4436
TRI-COUNTY Commun-
ity Council, Inc., is ac-
cepting applications for
Director for the Head
Start Program serving
Holmes, Walton, &
Washington Counties.
Responsibility: Admin-
ister developmentally ap-
propriate quality program
for 203 3-4 year old child-
ren that meet or exceeds
Health & Human Servic-
es' Head Start Perfor-
mance Standards. Man-
age 6 subordinate super-
ivisors who supervise 40
+ employees. Respon-
sible for overall direction,
coordination & evalua-
tion of the program.; (op-
erated at 5 centers).
Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree and
minimum of two years re-
lated and managerial ex-
perience; or two-year de-
gree with minimum of
three years related and
managerial experience
substituted for each year
of education. Current
driver's license and prop-
er vehicle insurance cov-
erage. Must comply with
health and background
screening. Applications
and copy of job descrip-
tion may be obtained
from Tri-County Commu-
noity Council, Inc., at 302
N. Oklahoma St., Boni-
fay, FL 32425; and sub-
mitted by Friday, April 10,
2006, at 4:30 p.m; For in-
formation and an appli-
cation, call Sharon Kent,
Administrative Coordina-
tor (850) 547-3689
POSITION AVAILABLE.
F/T Dental Assistant '@
Dr. Swindles' Office 547-
4225
SATELLITE TECHNI-
CIANS Great career with
benefits, must be at least
21 years old w/ driver's
license & cell phone. Call
1-800-292-8421

NEED A FULL time per-
son experienced on ba-
sic construction. Learn
from a pro. Need good
truck. Panama City loca-
tion. Good attitude also.
638-3457
BAY TILE INC needs full
time ,ile setters and la-
bors Call 850-773-0024
or 850-541-3534.
WANTED MECHANIC
and Tire Tech, Firestone
Service Center 618 US
Hwy 90 East, DeFuniak
Springs. (850)892-3613



NEED SOMEONE WITH
hay equipment to work 9
acres of Bahia Grass on
halves, 1 mile North of
Chipley. 638-8823
WANTED 1 TO 10 acres
of land close to town.
(850)527-4363


C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service. Open 5
days a week. 8am to
5pm. Call 850-638-1483
HOME INTERIORS
AND Gifts. Melissa
Darrow, Independent
Contractor, Decorating
Consultant. 1315 Watts
Avenue, Chipley, FL
32428. 850-638-7146;
mdarrow62 @ aol.com
CONCRETE HOOKS
Enterprises LLC Patios,
Blocks, Concrete Foun-
dations, Driveways and
concrete cuttings, Etc.
Over 30 years Experi-
ence. Owner Charles
Hooks contact at 850-
225-1371
C&C CONSTRUCTION
Specializing in Ardhitec-
tural Metal Roofing. In-
stallation and repair on
Commercial or residen-
tial. Free Quotes and 5
year warranty on work-
mapship. Call 547-1001.
License #RC29027043
Wesley Hall Roofing
LLC. All types roofing &
repair. Metal roofs, flat
roofs, new roofs & tear
offs. We do it all! 638-
8335. Lic#RC0066513
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or
956-4758
TRACTOR WORK
SMALL, tractor and
bushhog for hire. Also,
have tractor pulled tiller
for garden spots Have
finish mower and blade
for small dirt projects.
Call 638-1421
CPR, FIRST AID, BCLS
& other classes now be-
ing offered at Southern
Home Assisted Living
Facility in Graceville,
Florida. Call (850)263-
7999 for more info.
J&J CABINET shop. For
all your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
Call James S. Howell,
(850)535-2839;
(850)260-1619
HANDYMAN FOR SE-
NIORS 850-547-9844
BUSINESS CARDS!
BUSINESS CARDS!
Business cards & all your
printing needs.
Guaranteed best prices
& highest quality in the
area. 2 great locations to
serve you. Call The
Holmes County Times-
Advertiser, Bonifay (850)
547-9414 or the Wash-
ington iGcunty News,
Chipley (850) 638-0212
FURNITURE REPAIR
and Finishing 46 years
experience. 638-2300
SEWING MACHINE &
Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes & models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
fay. 547-3910
HORSESHOEING &
Trimming. Prompt & reli-
able service. James
Marlowe (850)276-6577


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Are you an energetic and dependable
worker? If so, you qualify for an
opportunity to launch your career with a
growing company! You must be willing
to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
Come by, introduce yourself and fill out
an application. (EOE)
We offer great benefits to qualifying
employees such as 401k, group medical
and dental insurance, employee stock
purchase, vacation, life and LTD
insurance, uniforms and per diem.

akain adifference' ietvoau-
cowmunw iy a4twdotr nawsLyy
since'1946"
We are now hiring
-Welders
-Mechanics
-Class A CDL Drivers
-Equipment Operators
-Construction Crew Laborers
www.trawickconstruction.com
1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, Fl
850.638.0429


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.
LEOLA BROCK NURS-
ERIES LLC. Plants, trees
& shrubs, landscape de-
sign, landscape contract-
ing, irrigation systems.
1788 White Road, Boni-
fay, FL 32425 (Washing-
ton County) (850)638-
1202; (850)326-1500
K&S LAWN Service.
Yards cut, hedges cut,
trash hauled off, tree
work done, pressure
washing. Free Esti-
mates. 547-3994
PATE'S LAWN SER-
VICE quality work, senior
discounts, competitive
rates. Home 850-638-
7756; cell 850-260-1397
PEEK IN OR Out of
Home Computer Ser-
vices. Service old or new
computers at 1/2 price of
leading competitor's.
Home 1-850-773-5533;
cell 1-850-625-4257


HEADLINERS &
VINYL Tops Mobile Unit.
I do the work at your
home or workplace. Rea-
sonable rates on new vi-
nyl tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime, leave message.
(850)638-7351

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Adoption


CHILDLESS MARRIED COUPLE
In our 30's has loving home for your
baby. Full-time mom/devoted dad 2
sweet dogs. Expenses paid. Amy/
Dave (800)227-0373 Access Code
00.


Auctions

GIGANTIC 3-DAY auction. March
8, 9, 10, 2006. Montgomery, AL.
Single, tandem & tri-axle dumps (68
of which are 2005-2006 year), truck


tractors, lowboys, crawler loaders &
tractors, excavators, motor graders &
scrapers, backhoes, rubber tired
loaders, forklifts, paving, skidders,
feller bunchers, log loaders, farm
tractors. J.M. Wood Auction Co. Inc.
(334)264-3265. Bryant Wood AL Lic
# 1137.

Building Materials

METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$ Buy
Direct From Manufacturer. 20 colors
in stock with all Accessories. Quick
turn around! Delivery Available Toll
Free (888)393-0335.


THARP SONS ATTORNEY Xtreme Industrie MURRr S
MINISKATHE General Welding of all TIRES
MINI STORAGE KOZLOWSKI, Types, Mig, Tig, Stick, TIRES BATTERIES
H 77S Chle FL Esq. New State of the Art *M
'i(850,ipy) 1662 Thistle Lane Machinery, Metal MUFFLERS
(50) 63-8183 Ponce de Leon, FL 32455 Fabricaion, BEST
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Open 24 Hours, Self- CIVIL MATTERS AX Wedded Bos umPRICE
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AMERICAN
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FEDERATION

Every Second &
Fourth Saturday
TJ Roulhac
Cener, Chipley
850-638-7183
www.guItcoastwrestung.cem


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Hanging,
Finishing &
Texturing

(850) 956-1204






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PAINTING
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Residential/Commercial
Interior/Exterior
Insured



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SPEC HOMES
CUSTOM HOMES
FREE ESTIMATES
LICENSED & INSURED
Lic #RR282811490
(850) 258-8172


MORRI W MILL
Custom Cut Lumber Cypress and
Pine Lumber Any Size
CYPRESS WOOD MULCHICHIPS
For any landscape project,
by the bucket or truckload. We will deliver.
6'x8' Cypress Fence Panels $25.00 each
10 or More Will Deliver.
Bring your logs or we will haul for you.
Let us saw your barn lumber and save money.
Located at 4259 Highway 77
3 miles S of W ausau. 30 minutes from Panama City
850-773-9010

Melissa I
Darrow,
CPA
"Ready To Help Your Ad
WithAll Your Here for
Accounting & H for
Tax Needs" $9/week
1315 Watts Ave. For 10 Weeks
Chipley, FL
Cell (850) 260-9163
Home (850) 638-7146


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Tree
Service, LLC
Family Owned and
Operated
20 Years Experience
Tree Removal
Trimming and Pruning
Small Tract Harvesting
Bob Cat Work
Fully Insured Free Estimates
Ph (850) 547-5001
LCell (850) 573-127t


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Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Retirement Benefits (IRA)
APPLY IN PERSON
FROM 9 A.M.-12 P.M. MON.-FRI.
NO PHONE CALLS!
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1284 Jackson Ave.,
Chipley, FL


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Repair, inc.
Carpenty Stucco
Tile *Paint *Plumbing
Cabinet Installs *Porches,
Decks, Barns, etc....
Licensed and Insured
35 Years Experience

(850) 547-2934
Cell (850) 373-8503.


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12B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, March 29, 2006


Caoimui-pIT maNew


Checkpoints
,Florida Highway Patrol
will conduct driver-license
and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the
Thonth of April 2006 on
the roadways listed below
ti' Holmes, Jackson and
Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equip-
ment, troopers will con-
centrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated
with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and de-
fective lighting equipment.
rin addition, attention will
be' directed to drivers who
would violate the driver li-
dense laws of Florida.
'The Highway Patrol has
found these checkpoints to
be an effective means of
'enforcing the equipment
and driver license laws of
Florida while ensuring the
protectionn of all motorists.
SThe following roads will
be checked:
State Roads No. 2, 10,
69, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81, 273,
276,'277, 286
-County Roads No. 69A,
162, 164, 165, 165A, 167,
169, 173, 177, 177A, 179,
181, 185, 271, 276, 279,
280, 284, and Snow Hill
Road.

Domestic
violence support
group meets
SSalvation Army Do-
mestic Violence and Rape
:Crisis Program \ill host a
:domestic violence support
'group on Monday, April 3,
from 11 a.m. until 12:30
p.m., at the Outreach office
located at 1461 S. Railroad
Avenue, Apt 1. in Chiplev.
This is an empower
ment-based support group
focused on domestic
violence education and
prevention. This week the
topic ill be "A-B-Cs of
domestic violence: know-
ing the basics can save
your life."
. 4trections to the Outreach
office. contact Jessica
Histy at 415-5999 or call
toll-free. (24/7) 1-800-252-
2597.

Gap Pond
Cemetery
work day
'The Gap Pond Cemetery
Committee will be holding
a work day at the cemetery
on Saturday, April 1, be-
ginning at 9 a.m. Please
bring a covered dish; fish
will be. provided.
Anyone wishing to re-
serve plots, please contact
a member of the commit-
tee either by phone or in
person at the workday.
The committee still has
trees for a donation of $5.0
foi the tree and plaque.
Donations are needed for
the maintenance of the
cemetery.
.-For more information.
please contact Margaret
Riley at 638-3073 or 260-
5740, or Lowell Johns at
638-0247.

Festival On The
Rivers events
12th Annual Festival On
The Rivers Car Show, Sat-
urday, April 20 at Robert
Fowler Park, Geneva, AL.
Registration for the Car
Show will start at 8:00 a.m


no charge to participate. No
judging but Dash Plaques
will be given to the first 50
i,


vehicles registered. Door
Prizes and 50/50 Pot.
For more information
contact Wayne Mixon, 334-
684-9042, Glen Bottoms
850-956-2504, or Barbara
Lawson 334-588-2863.
*The Annual Festival On
The Rivers Talent Contest
will be held on Friday
night, April 21 at the Ge-
neva High School Audito-
rium. The event will begin
at 6:30 p.m. and is being
sponsored by the Geneva
Rescue Squad. Admission
at the door is Students
$2.00, Adults $4.00.
There will be two cat-
egories for the event, gos-
pel and country and there
will be two age divisions.
The adult division is for
anyone 18 years of age
or older while the youth
division is for anyone 17
years of age or younger.
Entry fee for the event is
$10.00.
Rules' and event forms
can be picked up 'at the
City Clerk's Office, Res-
cue Squad building or the
Greater Geneva Chamber
of Commerce Office Mon-
'day thru Friday 8 a.m. until
5 p.m.

Literacy
Volunteers of
Washington
SCounty
Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County, Inc
Sis seeking volunteers to
become Laubach Certified
Tutors and help an adult
learn to read.
"Experience the joy of
an adult learner reading to
a child or grandchild for
the very first time," said
the spokesperson.
Aiiydfio looking fol-
something rewarding to do
in their spare time is urged
to contact Linda Marinac-
Scio at (850) 638-6317.


Garden Gala
An exciting new event
is coming to Marianna on
April 22. The Garden Gala
is Covenant Hospice's
newest fundraiser that
celebrates southern hospi-
tatlity, spring time and the
arts.
Covenant Hospice is
now accepting sponsor-
ships for this one-of-a-kind
fundraising event. Spon-
sorship levels start at $250,
and businesses and indi-
viduals from Marianna and
g surrounding counties are
- encouraged to participate.
The event promises to be
an incredible evening in
the garden with fine dining,
- auctions of unique garden
benches painted by local
- artists, exhibits and much
more.
In addition to sponsors.
the. Garden Gala is seek-
ing volunteers. artists,' and'
garden-related businesses.
Proceeds benefit Covenant
Hospice in Marianna, a
not-for-profit organiza-
, tion, serving patients with
life-limiting illnesses in
- Jackson, Holmes, Wash-
ington and Calhoun coun-
ties. For more informa-
tion visit their website at
www.covenanthospice.org/
gardengala or call toll free
(866) 785-3040.

- Tri-County
Head Start
Tri-County Head Start
. will celebrate the Week of


the Young Child April 2-8
with a schedule of activi-
ties for the its five centers.


"This is an opportunity
to recognize the needs of
young, children and thank
educators and others in-
volved in building better
futures for all children,"
said event, coordinator
Barbara Lawniczak.
'The week will be ob-
served across the country
by hundreds of organiza-
tions working to improve
opportunities for all young
children. "It provides op-
portunities for all of us to
recognize the importance
of the early years, and to
work together to build bet-
ter futures for all children,"
:Lawniczak added.
'An activity is planned
'for-each weekday and the
event will close with a
T-ball tournament, on Sat-


urday, which also will be
known as Messy Morning.
Monday will be Share
a Book day, and Tuesday
will be Bubble Day. Events
on Wednesday will in-
clude Take Five Day and a
visit from a public official.
Thursday is Kite/Flag Day,
and Friday is My Special
Day.
The local Head Start
has 203 children enrolled..
More than 100 are in-
volved in T-ball under the
coaching of fathers, uncles,
grandfathers and mothers.
More than 200 people are
expected to attend the tour-
na'ment which begins at 9
a.m. April 8 at the park in
Caryville.
"Across the' country,
young children and their


families depend on quality
education and care, which
helps children get a great
start and brings lasting
benefits for our society
as a whole," Lawniczak
explained. "Week of the
Young Child is a time to
recognize the people, pro-
grams and policies that are
helping to build better fu-
tures for all children."
Everyone is invited to
visit one of the centers, or
attend' the T-ball tourna-
ment to see first hand the
dedication of the trained
staff and witness the impact
they have upon the lives of
the young children.
The week is sponsored
by the National Asso-
ciation for the Education of
Young Children (NAEYC),


and- is an opportunity for
early childhood programs
across the country, includ-
ing child care and Head
Start programs, preschools
and elementary schools.
to hold activities to bring
awareness to the needs of
young children.
For. more information
about .the week's events
locally, contact Barbara
Lawniczak at barb@tric
ountyheadstart.com. The
office phone number is
548-9900, or she can be
reached by cell phone at
(850) 974-0594.

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