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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Editorial
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    Section A: Main: Continued
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    Section A: Main: Sports
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    Section A: Main: Continued
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    Section B: Extra
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2006, WASHINGTON COUNTY NEWS


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Eickmann: Fowler
press conference
today in Bonifay
Outgoing Holmes County
Development Commission and
Chamber of Commerce Execu-
tive Director Jyl Eickmann an-
nounced that a press conference
is scheduled for today to an-
nounced that Jim Fowler's Life
in the Wild Park will come to
Smith Lake. The press confer-
ence is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. at
the Chamber's Log Cabin office.
"These are exciting times for
Holmes County," Eickmann told
the Bonifay Kiwanis Club on
May 24. "Every business owner
in Holmes County will benefit."
The project was first an-
nounced in November 2004 at
the annual Chamber banquet at
the Ag Center.
Fowler was on hand to make
the announcement that he and his
backers were planning to locate
Life in the Wild at Smith Lake.
Eickmann said there will be a-
due dilligenice period after the,
contract is signed for Fowler and
his' associates to purchase the
land for the park. It was decided
to purchase the property rather
than lease it.
The project is not a theme
park, although it may have some
features of a theme park. Rather,
it would be an eddiational and
wildlife center, Fowler said. Very
little has been announced about
the project since it was unveiled
in 2004, with officials citing the
need for confidentiality neces-
sary for business recruiting. It
is known that Crestview made a
strong effort to attract the project
to that area. The project has been
subject of numerous rumors and
even publicity on placemats at a
local restaurant.
"It has not been an easy proj-
ect," Eickmann said. "You said
all along that you wanted jobs for
the county. Well, here it is you
need to embrace it."
Eickmann noted that Holmes
County is rated as having the
third lowest per capital income
in the state, making the county a '
Rural County of Economic Con-
cern. "Our goal is to get Holmes
County off that list," Eickmann
said. She also noted that several
other projects are either coming
to the county or are looking at
the county, including a possible
Fowler spinoff.
Eickmann is leaving to be-
come director of the House of
Hope ministry based in Orlando.
She said the ministry, founded
by Sarah Trollinger, has a 95
percent success rate in bringing
families back together. She said
the goal of the ministry is to have
a House of Hope in every major
city in the country.

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


Board gets draft reports on impact fees


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners received
drafts of impact fees for EMS,
transportation and fire protection.
The reports were delivered by
Melissa Proctor of Government
Services Group (GSG) at the
May 25 Board meeting.
GSG drew up the EMS docu-
ment under an $8,250 grant, and
the County will pay for the other


two studies, which are not com-
plete. The EMS document in-
cludes the process used to deter-
mine the amount of impact fees,
which are fees charged to devel-
opers to offset additional costs of
providing public services due to
housing and business develop-
ments. Credits could also be used
to reduce the fees.
The proposed fees are $74.98
per dwelling unit and 20 cents a
square foot for non-residential


units. The fees would only be ap-
plied to new development.
Proctor noted that the trans-
portation analysis is very pre-
liminary and lacks data to be
completed. For example, based
on preliminary data without
any fee credits (based on vari-
ous factors), impact fees for a
30-unit development would total
$40,447 for the entire develop-
ment. A fast-food restaurant with
a drive-through window would


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Honoring veterans
Chipley AmVets Post 007 hon-
ored America's veterans with a
Memorial Day service and flag
retirement Monday, May 29
at the post on Hwy. 90. Com-
mander Carl Wager emceed
the ceremony, which included
the history of Memorial Day.
The flag retirement ceremony
was done for a number of
American flags that are no lon-
ger serviceable and are given
to the post for proper disposal
by burying or burning, as per
federal guidelines.


Honoring a friend
Dee Stanton's third-grade class at Kate M. Smith Elementary School in Chipley has a very special
friend. Ken Obert of District 3, Florida Department of Transportation, was recently honored wit
a volunteer award by the class. Obert serves as a mentor, friend and role model to the students. Se
page 8A for more coverage.


generate $60,669 in fees.
Board members noted that
they do not have to adopt all of
the fees recommended. Lower
fees could be adopted and the
fees would climb gradually de.
pending on growth in the county.
The Board will examine the
EMS draft document and GSG
will send completed versions of
the transportation and fire drafts
See BOARD, page 8A


Board hires new

building official


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
The Washington County Board
of County Commissioners unani-
mously hired Emory Pitts as the
new county building official. He
%, will replace Lloyd Powell as of
July 1.
Pitts serves as a building of.
ficial in Lynn Haven and has
extensive experience. The action
was taken at the regular Board
meeting on May 25.
Pitts is a licensed building of-
ficial and will begin at a salary
of $65,000, that will increase to
$70,000 after his probation pe.
riod is over.
Powell has been working
month to month until a new
building official was hired. Pow-
ellr announced several weeks
ago that he would give up the
contract position after a series
of confrontations, chiefly with
Commissioner Ronnie Finch.
Another confrontation took
place May 25 when Finch said
that Powell had placed a stop
order on work being done on the
kitchen at Blue Lake Park.
Finch said that he did not
know he needed to get permits
and cited a number of other
County projects that were done
without getting permits.
Finch said that Powell should
have had the courtesy to let him
know that permits were needed
and said that that the Board
should move forward with the
project.
Powell responded that he
received calls from contractors
who were upset that the County
was doing work without per.
mits. "The Board is doing things
without a permit and people are
highly upset about that," Powell
said.
He also said that drawings
were needed of the work and that
a septic permit was needed from
the Health Department.
"This is the silliest thing I've
ever heard of," Finch said. He
said the drawings were available
and that work needed to be com-
pleted. He noted that the club.
house at Blue Lake was rented
36 times last year and earned the
County $3,800. He called Pow.
ell's action "pure harassment."
"It is not, you knew you needed
a permit," Powell said. He cited
Florida statute that required per.
mits before work could begin.
Work will take about a half a
al day to complete, Finch said, and
h the Board approved finishing the
e work and getting the necessary
permits.


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Wednesday, May 31, 2006, Washington County News, 3A


Micah Munson, 4th place Overall High Individual,
won the following ribbons in Auburn Livestock
judging: 2nd-place High Individual-Oral Reasons,
4th-place High Individual-Beef, 3rd-place High Indi-
vidual-Swine, and 3rd-place High Individual-Sheep.


Five Generations
Five: generations of women recently met for a family picture on the Third floor of
the Northwest Florida Community Hospital, where Mrs. Amanda (Mandy) Sapp
resides. Pictured above: Seated Amanda (Mandy) Sapp holding Madison LeAnn
Peel, counter clockwise, Betty Sapp Carroll, Wanda Rudd Owens, Amanda Ow-
ens Peel.


Matthew Fisher is shown with his ribbons for 3rd-
place Overall High Individual, 3rd-place High Indi-
vidual-Oral Reasons, 2nd-place High Individual-Beef,
2nd-place High Individual-Swine, and 4th-place High
Individual-Sheep.


Carpentry class builds ticket booth
Tlie Vernon ticket booth was destroyed by a recent fire. With the upcoming sporting
events, a quick solution was needed.
The Washington Holmes Technical Center's Carpentry class came to the rescue.
They built a ne%\ ticket booth and had it readJto be transported to Vernon in just three
days time. Mr. McClain, Carpentry Instructor, stated "it is a good exercise for the stu-
dents, building a project and meeting a deadline, it's what they will be doing in on the
job".: John Hawkins, School Board Member was on the campus. Hawkins commented
"the Students did a fantastic job, and it will be appreciated by the community".


Michael Fisher displays his 2nd-place Overall High
Individual award, along with his 4th-place High Indi-
vidual-Oral Reasons, 1st-place High Individual-Beef,
4th-place High Individual-Swine, and 1st place High
Individual-Sheep.j9


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Caitlyn Prichard re-
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VHS Farewell
Luncheon
The current faculty
and staff at Vernon High
School will host a "Final
Farewell Luncheon" on
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
in the cafeteria at noon. All
former teachers, adminis-
trators, and office staff are
encouraged to attend as a
fond farewell is bid to the
'old" Vernon High School
facilities.
Please RSVP by calling
the school at 535-2046
so that an accurate count
of those attending can 'be
obtained.


Mentors needed
The Take Stock in Chil-
dren Scholarship Program
of Washington County is
looking for caring adults
to nientor scholarship re-
cipients.
If you can donate one
hourly a week, you have the
time', to change a life by
helping a child. Take Stock
in Children mentors in-
clude Governor Jeb Bush.
If you are interested in
becoming a mentor, please
call either Don Walters at
850-527-9274 or Sandy
Solger at 232-0623.
For more informa-
tion ion the Take Stock in
Children Program, go to
takestockinchildren.com.


NOTICE OF QUALIFYING FOR THE
CITY OF CHIPLEY
GENERAL ELECTION
AND
REGISTRATION BOOK CLOSING
On Tuesday, August, 1, 2006,1 a General Election
will be held for the City of Chipley at Chipley City
Hall, 1442 Jackson Avenue. Term of office expires
on September 30, 2006, for their following positions:
Council Member Ward 1, Council Member Ward 4
and Council Member at Large,. These offices will
be opened to qualified candidates. Qualifying for
these offices will begin at 8:00 a.m., Monday, June
5, 2006, and end at 4:00 p.m., Friday, June 9, 2006.
The qualifying fee for each office is $252.00. Those
wishing to qualify may do so with the City Clerk
at Chipley City Hall during business hours for the
above stated period.
The Voter Registration books will close on July 3,
2006. All city residents within the city limits of Chi-
pley, who are registered to vote by July 3, 2006, are
eligible to vote in this election regardless of where
you live in the city.
City elections are non-partisan and political party
affiliation does not apply.
Please contact the Chipley City Administrator or
City Clerk at (850) 638-6350 should you have any
questions or need other information regarding the
upcoming city election.


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VHS summer
reading
requirements
announced
Vernon High School
students are required to
read one or more books
during the summer. Upon
returning to school for the
2006-2007 term, students
will be given assessments
on their reading during the
first week of school.
Parents are asked to help
students locate these books
and monitor their child's
reading of the novels
prior to the start of the new
school year.
Ninth graders taking
English I or English I Hon.
ors are to choose one book
from among the following
titles: The Notebook by
Nicholas Sparks, Silent to
the Bone by E. L. Kon-
ingsburg, The Hobbit by J.
R. R. Tolkein.
Tenth graders taking
English II or English II
Honors must read one of
the following: Lord of the
Flies by William Golding.
Night by Elie Wiesel, The
Pearl by John Steinbeck.
Cannery Row by John
Steinbeck.
Juniors enrolled in
English m or English III
Honors need to choose
one of the following: The
DaVinci Code by Dan
Brown, The Great Gatsby
by F. Scott Fitzgerald, The
Adventures of Huckleberry
Finn by Mark Twain.
Students who are taking
English IV must read one
of the following novels:
Pride and Prejudice by
Jane Austen, Brave New
World by Aldous Huxley.
Cold Sassy Tree by Olive
Anne Burns, The 'Color
Purple by Alice Walker.
Students enrolled in Ad.
vanced Placement English
Literature and Composi
tion must read two of the
four novels cited under the
English IV list of required
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Wednesday, May 31, 2006, Washington County News, 5A


Summer reading
A book feast will be held
June 5-30 at Washington
County's public libraries
and learning centers. Chil-
dren completing kinder-
garten through fifth grades
will be eligible for the fun
which includes four weeks
of reading and learning.
Week No. 1 will feature
a feast on books at the
Captain's Table with the
rest of the crew.
Readers will go on a Sa-
fari Picnic and enjoy books
on the wild side during
Week No. 2. Week No. 3
will feature books from the
Pasta and Pizzeria.
A piece of Fairy Tale
Cake will be enjoyed dur-
ing the final week, No. 4.
'Our kindergarten through
second graders will enjoy
a performance by the At-
lantic Coast Theater Group
for Youth," said coordina-
tor Sandy Locke.Locke is
already working on materi-
als for the program which
begins June 5 at Chipley
Public Library on Jackson
Avenue.

Homeschoolers
meet June 6
The Treasures Home-
school Group will host a
curriculum sale at their
monthly park meeting on
Tuesday, June 6 starting at
11:00 a.m.
Some items will be
free and there will be
a variety of used books,
curriculum and educa-
tional materials for sale.
If you have books or edu-
cational tools you would
like to. sell or trade, join
the group.
A picnic. lunch and
regular meeting will
follow(bring your own
food).
The Treasures group is"
made up of families from
the Washington. Holmes,
Jackson and surrounding
counties. Call 638-1586
for more information or
directions.

Project underway.
Portions of South Bou-
levard in Chipley will be
closed to through traffic
for resurfacing periodical-
ly for the next fe \ weeks.
Detours will be in place
and every effort to main-
tain smooth traffic flow
will be made.
The Board of County
Commissioners apologize
for any inconvenience this
project will cause, but the
Board looks forward to an
improved road that is safer
and easier to maintain than
before.
Covenant
volunteers
Covenant Hospice
is seeking' compassion-
ate volunteers who are
interested in making a
difference in the lives of
patients and families fac-
ing life-limiting illnesses.
Volunteers are needed


for administrative sup-
port, community outreach,
transportation, companion-
ship, respite services and
special events. Please call
Barbara Bentley at (850)
482-8520.

DCP signups
underway
Agricultural producers
have until June 1, 2006, to
sign up for the 2006-crop
Direct and Counter-cy-
clical Payment Program
(DCP), said Kevin Kelley,
SED.
USDA will accept late-
filed DCP applications
through Sept. 30, 2006, if
accompanied by a $100
late fee. Producers will be
unable to apply for 2006
DCP payments after Sept.
30, 2006. Sign-up for the
2006 DCP began Oct. 1,
2005.
The program provides
payments to eligible own-
ers, operators, landlords,
tenants,, or sharecroppers
on farms enrolled for the
2002 through 2007 crop
years. There are two types
of DCP payments direct
payments and counter-cy-
clical payments. Direct
payAments are tied to
acreage bases and yields.
Because direct payments
provide no incentive to
increase production of any
certain crop, the payments
support farm income with-
out distorting producers'
current production deci-
sions.
Counter-cyclical pay-
ments provide support
counter to the cycle of
market prices as part of
a "safety net" in the event
of low crop prices. Coun-
ter-cyclical payments for a
commodity are only issued
if the effective price for a
.Icommodity is below the
target price for the com-
modity.
The ,2002 Farm Bill
requires producers sign
annual contracts througIh
2007 to participate in DCP.
Producers may choose not
to participate in DCP in
any year. USDA has issued
more than $28 billion in
DCP payments to produc-
ers since the program be-
gan in October 2002.
ONLINE DCP SIGN-
UP
Producers may also sign
up for DCP online at http:
//www.fsa.usda.gov/egov/
edcp_default.htm. Appli-
cants must have an- active,
"USDA eAwthentication
Level 2 account. to use
the service. This requires
filling out an online reg-
istration form at http://
www.eauth.egov.usda.gov
and visiting the local Farm
Service Agency (FSA) of-
fice for identity verifica-
tion.
The online service al-
lows producers to choose
2006 DCP payment op-
tions, assign crop shares,
as well as sign and submit
their contracts over the
Internet. The service was


Julienne T. Napier 80
Julienne Taylor Napier of Bonifay Nursing and Rehab
Center, Bonifay., died Tuesday, May 16 at Doctors Me-
morial Hospital.
She was born on November 2, 1925 in Macon Geor-
gia. She is preceded in death by her husband Walter Na-
pier, her father Julian Taylor and mother Henrietta Liscer
Taylor.
Julienne had resided at the Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab Center for several years and was a integral part of
the loving supportive family there. She will be laid to
rest in a private ceremony at Glendale Memorial Nature
Preserve, Glendale.

A NUMBER OF OBITUARIES
CAME IN AFTER OUR EARLY
DEADLINE FOR MEMORIAL
DAY. THEY WILL RUN JUNE 7


designed to reduce paper-
work and speed up contract
processing at FSA offices.
The DCP was autho-
rized by the Farm Security
and Rural Investment Act
of 2002 (2002 Farm Bill)
and is administered by
the U.S. Department of
Agriculture's Farm Service
Agency.
More information
on DCP is available at
local FSA offices and
in the DCP fact sheet
posted online at: http:
//w ww.fsa.usda.gov/pas/-
publications/facts/html/
dcp06.htm. FSA's Web site.
is www.fsa.usda.gov.

Kindergarten
registration
Kate M. Smith kin-


dergarten registration for
2006-07 is underway. Stu-
dents must be five years
old by Sept. 1.
Bring birth certificate,
SSI card, and immuniza-
tion. An updated physical
is required.

,CWCselling
bricks.
Looking for the perfect
gift for a Chipley High
School graduate? Look
no more. Honor a Chipley
High School graduate with
ia gift that will last a life-
time-,an engraved brick
laid around the school's
flagpole. Bricks are en-
graved with the graduate's
name and year as a per-
manent reminder of the
student's presence at the


school.
This special gift is only
$25 and $1 per letter for
each letter over 18 char-
acters to be engraved. In
addition, the proceeds
from the project will ben-
efit the local community.
One dollar from the sale of
each brick will be donated
to the Washington County
Library Fund and the re-
maining proceeds will be
distributed through the
work of the Chipley Junior
Woman's Club (CJWC).
Bricks may also be
purchased for any alumni,
in honor or memory of a
friend or family member,
in honor of a graduating"
class, or in memory of a
deceased class member
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Carn ille.
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6A, Washington County News, Wednesday, May 31, 2006

ACCELERTE EAES GElA IZA PRT


The Accelerated Readers at Kate M. Smith Elementa- up in a limosine and taken
ry School had a treat recently when they were picked lunch. The trip was a way


Letter carriers
help 'Stamp
Out Hunger'
Each year in May, the
National Association of
Letter Carriers (NALC)
Annual "Stamp Out Hun-
ger" food drive raises
thousands of tons of food
across the nation.
Locally, the NALC col-
lected over 38 tons of food
for America's Second Har-
vest of the Big Bend on the
May 13 weekend.
Most postal service cus-
tomer customers received
,a postcard and even a
'" plastic grocery' bag in their
mailboxes week from their
mail carrier. This is all part
*of what has become a very
well-organized, highly suc-
cessful means for encour-
aging citizens to donate
food to people suffering
from poverty and hunger
in their communities.
In each community,
NALC and the postmaster
choose a charity to donate
this food. For the past sev-
eral years, America's Sec-
ond Harvest, the Nation's
Food Bank Network, has
been the agreed upon re-
cipient for most NALC
chapters. With over 200
affiliate member food
banks across the country,
the choice is perfect, since
food banks have the means
and equipment to help
facilitate collecting and
distributing this much food
in a couple of days.
Denise Griewisch, ex-
ecutive director of Second
Harvest of the Big Bend,
said "The annual NALC
Food Drive is an event we
look forward to each year.
Last year over 28 tons of
,food was picked up by let-
ter carriers, in addition to
the mail and packages they
handled on that day.
"This year an astounding
38 tons was collected. This
is a tremendous effort on
the part of letter carriers
as well as being a gift from
our community to those in
need.
"We honor every per-
son involved in making
this happen, and we look
forward to distributing
this mountain of food this
year!"
Postmaster Michael L.
Halter says, "Carriers work
hard each year in support
of the annual food drive.
"Behind the scenes at
the post office, employees
are busy sorting and stag-
ing the food for pickup by
America's Second Har-
vest."


to a local pizza parlor for their achievement. Everyone had a good time and the
to honor the students for kids picked the music for the ride.


RM SXT GADEAWARD


Roulhac Middle School
held its annual Sixth-grade
Awards Day on May 25.
The Citizenship Award
went to Tyler Crutchfield
and Sarah Mastison.
Recognized for making
all A's in all subjects all
year were Kacey Aukema,
Luke Hinson, Michael
Pritchard, Cozetta Register,
and Meredith Saunders.
The Richard Norton
Memorial Awards went to
Tyler Crutchfield- Highest
FCAT Math Score and Cit-
izenship. Sarah Mastison-
Citizenship. and Michael
Pritchard- Highest FCAT
Reading Score.
Jessica Singleton re-
ceived the Penmanship
Award.
Outstanding band stu-
dents were Luke Hinson
and Jaclyn Morris.
The WINGS Award went
to Matthew Kennison.
Making all A's in Lan-
guage Arts were Luke
Hinson, Kacey Aukema,
Darien Elenburg, Dylan
Lawson, Meredith Saun-


ders, Michael Pritchard,
Cozetta Register, Matthew
Kennison, and Tori Taylor.
Most improved in
Language Arts was Cord
Nettle.
I All A's in Science were
Kacey Aukema, Luke
Hinson, Asia McKenzie,
Meredith Saunders, Coz-
etta Register, and Michael
Pritchard.
Most Improved Math
Student awards went to
Ashley Skipper, Stetson
Hall and Sadarrius Bush.
Darien Elenburg re-
ceived Highest Average in
Math.
Having all A's in Math
were Darien Elenburg,
Aaron Carpenter, Kendall
Alderman, Kacey Aukema,
Marissa Coleman, Tyler
Crutchfield, Mattea Har-
bour, Luke Hinson, Coz-
etta Register, Meredith
Saunders, Matt Weisensale,
Michael Pritchard, Derek
Nelson, Sarah Mastison,
Matthew Kennison, and
Taylor Smelcer.
Highest average in Math


was Darien Elenburg.
Most improved Math
Students were Ashley
Skipper, Stetson Hall, and.
Sadarrius Bush.
All A's in World Cul-
tures were Briana Jackson,
Kacey Aukema, Malcolm
Funderburk, Tyler Oliver,
Aaron Carpenter, Joshua
Myers, Cameron Owens,
Sufyan Binmahfooz, Asia
McKenzie, Cozetta Reg-
ister, Lacey Mead, Joshua
Johnson, Matthew Ken-
nison, Mattea Harbour,
Marissa Coleman, Michael
' ,Pritchard,;' Luke- iHinson,
Meredith Saunders, and
Taylor Smelcer.
All A's in Reading were
Amber Hailes, Cody Dan-
iels, Briana Jackson, Dylan
Lawson, Austin Bass, Der-
ek Nelson, Austin Myers,
Maya Roulhac, Marissa
Coleman, Nicholas Gal-
breath, Mattea Harbour,
Tia Merrill, Leeazia Taylor,
Joshua Johnson, Gabriella
Corbin, Jamie Ellis, Nepo-
ria Kennedy, Meredith
Saunders, Holley Cutts,


Katlyn Nelson, Cameron
Owens, Kendall Alderman,
Tyler Crutchfield, Olivia
Guettler, Asia McKenzie,
Joshua Myers, Cansas
Waason, and Allison Ates.
Most improved in Read-
ing was Marie Finch.
Earning 100+ AR points
were Zachary Chase,
Joshua Johnson, Mattea
Harbour, Lexie Smith,
Matthew Weisensale, Mat-
thew Kennison, Cameron
Owens, Clayton Davidson,
Luke Hinson, Jaclyn Mor-
ris, Tori Ta lor. 'Marissa:
Coleman,Tyle'r Crutch field,,
A.J. Bass, Quinton Goynes,
Meredith Saunders, Asia
McKenzie, Derek Nelson,
Kacey Aukema, Michael
Rushmeier, Joshua Myers,
Briana Jackson, Brit Mor-
ris, Maya Roulhac, and
Michael Pritchard.
Receiving Student
Council Awards were
Luke Hinson- Representa-
tive at Large, Jamie Ellis-
Homeroom Representa-
tive, Chelsea Carter, Olivia
Guettler, Ryan McIntyre,


Cameron Owens, Jessica
Singleton, and Leeazia
Taylor all Homeroom Rep.
resentatives.


One convicted
State Attorney Steve
Meadows announces the
sentencing, in Washington
County Circuit Court, of
Robert Martin French, to
five years prison. French.
49, of Chipley, was con-
victed of Felony Driving
While License Suspended
or Revoked(DWLSR) on
Wednesday. Thetriali was
the first bifurcated DWLSR
trial in Washington County.
The jury first deliberated 15
minutes before finding that
French was guilty of the
June 13, 2005 offense and
then again retired, for five
minutes, before conclud-
ing that he did have prior
convictions for the same
offense. The Washington
County Sheriff's Office
made the case. Assistant
State Attorney Barbara M.
Finch prosecuted.


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Wednesday, May 31, 2006, Washington County News, 7A


ARREST EPORT


Washington County
Sheriff's Office arrest re-
port dated May 15 through
May 22, 2006.

*Allen, Thomas Chris-
tian, w/m, 36; Chipley;
DUI alcohol or drugs;
5/21.,
*Armstrong, Shawn
Kristin, w/m, 33; Chipley;
child support; 5/22.
*Boone, Amanda Taylor,
w/f, 23; Chipley; battery;
5/20.
*Brown, Jerry Keith, w/
m, 34; Panama City; VOP;
5/16.
*Brown, Timothy Allen,
b/m, 22; Ebro; VOP (two
counts); 5/22.
*Corbin Michael Shane,
w/m, 31; Chipley; VOP;
5/15.
*Delane, Tierra, b/f, 18;
Vernon; aggravated bat-
tery; 5/15.
*Grantham, Judy Eliza-
beth, w/f, 26; Westville;
fraud-insufficient funds
check; 5/18.
*Griner, James Reginald,
w/m, 19; Chipley; driving
while license suspended,
driving without license;
5/21.
*Harrison, Jerry, w/m,
36; Chipley; child support;
5/19.
*Honore, Edward Charles
Jr., b/m, 33; Panama City;
operating vehicle with ex-
pired license, giving false
name to LEO; 5/18.
*Jackson, Ronald Lee,
w/m, 49; Freeport; VOP;
5/16.
*Jayroe, Arla Gena, w/f,
40; Santa Rosa Beach; pos-
session of cocaine with in-
tent to sell, possession and
or use of narcotic equip-
ment; 5/19.
*Keel, Buford Allen, w/
m, 83; Fountain; DUI alco-
hol or drugs; 5/15.
*Kelley, Jesse Lee, w/m,
2064 Panama City Beach;
VOP (two counts); 5/18.
*Lewis, Jeff W., b/m,
20; Slocomb, Ala.; fraud-
insufficient funds check;
5/19.
*Marchant, Stan-
ley Dwayne, w/m, 47;
Chipley; fraud, alter pub-
lic record certificate (two
counts), pass counterfeited
instrument(four counts),
possession or use of nar-
cotic equipment; 5/18.
*McGriff, James Allen,
b/m, 21; Vernon; VOP;


5/15.
*Merckle, Martin L., w/
m, 43; Freeport; boating
under the influence; 5/20.
*Morris, Chad Michael,
w/m, 31; Chipley; battery
(two counts); 5/22.
*Newcomb, Everett
Wallace Jr., w/m, 48; Cot-
tondale; homicide/willful
kill; 5/22.
*Oxendine, Leroy Jr.,
w/m, 54; Caryville; DUI
alcohol or~drugs; 5/19._
*Patterson, Charles, b/
,m, 39; Vernon; trespass-
ing, loitering or prowling;
5/15.
*Peterson, Thomas Ber-
nard, b/m, 36; Ebro; pos-
session of marijuana; 5/19.
*Russell, Dan H., w/m,
56; no address; VOP; 5/18.
*Seaman, Wayne Thomas
Jr., w/m, 26; Bonifay; child
support; 5/19.
*Smiley, Toni, b/f, 20;
Clearwater, VOP; 5/21.
*Speights, William, b/m,
55; Bonifay; driving while
license suspended; 5/19.
*Taylor, Vicki Lynn, w/f,
50; Santa Rosa Beach; pos-
session or use of narcotic
equipment, possession
cocaine with intent to sell;
5/19.
*Thurman, Darrell
Wayne, w/m, 49; Chipley;
VOP (two counts); 5/17.
*Watford, Lindsey Jean,
w/f, 23; Dothan, Ala.;fraud-
insufficient funds check;
5/19.
*Wilson, Victor Brooks,
w/m, 25; Bonifay; VOP;
5/15.

Washington County
Sheriff's Office arrest re-,
port dated May 22 through
May 29, 2006.

*Anderson, Jason Alan,
w/m, 31; Bonifay; battery;
arrested 5/26.
*Blair, Jonathan Eric,
w//m, 32; Vernon; VOP; ar-
rested 5/25.
*Branham, Todd Allen,
w/m, 38; Fort Myers; DUI
alcohol or drugs; arrested
5/27.
*Brown, Timothy Allen,
b/m, 22; Ebro; VOP; ar-
rested 5/22.
*Carson, Wayne. Eugene,
w/m, 49; Chipley; driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 5/26.
*Clark, Mandy, Marie,
w/f, 29; Vernon; VOP; ar-
rested 5/25.


*Clopton, Mary Lynn,
w/f, 31; Chipley; VOP; ar-
rested 5/26.
*Corbin, Gary Wayne, w/
m, 22; Vernon; possession
of cocaine with intent to
sell, VOP; arrested 5/27.
*Dalton, Heather Leigh,
w/f, 28; Chipley; driving
while license suspended;
arrested 5/25.
*Ferrell, Roy Lee, b/m,
59; Chipley; child support;
arrested 5/25.
*Garrand, Christopher
Lee, w/m, 26; Chipley;
VOP; arrested 5/23.
'Gilchriest, Gary Paul,
b/m, 44; Chipley; burglary,
larceny, loitering or prowl-
ing; arrested 5/29.,
*Gilyard, Calvin Tyrelle,
b/m, 20; Chipley; disorder-
ly conduct; arrested 5/28.
*Goodman, James Bruce,
w/m, 43; Vernon; driving
while license suspended,
DUI drugs or alcohol; ar-
rested 5/28.

*Holland, Robert Ben-
jamin, w/m, 40; Chipley;
possession of marijuana,
possession or use of nar-
cotic equipment, posses-
sion of cocaine with intent
to sell; arrested 5/24.
*Jones, Lee A., b/m, 50;
Chipley; driving while li-
cense suspended; arrested
5/23.
*Larson, Durand Leon-
ard, w/m, 47; Newton,
Ala.; driving while license
suspended; arrested 5/26.
*Melton, Kevin Tolbert,
w/m, 20; Chipley; VOP;
arrested 5/24.
*Miller, Ronald Simon,
w/m, 25; Southport; DUI
alcohol or drugs, alcohol
in vehicle; arrested 5/25.
*Morris, William Roland,
w/m, 28; Graceville; flee
attempt to elude, grand
theft auto, resist officer
w/o violence, possession
cocaine with intent to sell;
arrested 5/29.
*Mott. Roy Alphonso.
w/m, 56; Fountain; resist
officer without violence;
arrested 5/27.
*Mott, Sara Marie, w/f,
54; Fountain; resist officer
without violence; arrested
5/27.
*Olsen, Benjamin Wright,
w/m, 30; Bonifay; contrib-
uting to delinquency of
minor; arrested 5/29.
*Parker, Stephan Joseph,
w/m, 37; Caryville; bat-


Newspaper elections policies for 2006


One of the highlights of
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 adver-
tisements, which are sold
at the regular open rates
of the newspaper. Posi-
tion 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.
After qualifying week,
no free announcement will
be run, even if a candidate
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. This year's
election edition will run
Wednesday, August 30, the
week before the primary
election on September 7.


Sydney and Kaylen Hagan
Sydney and Kaylen Hagan, twin daughters of Joey and
Penny Hagan of Chipley celebrated their second birthday
with friends and family with a Jo Jo's Circus party at their
home. Big brother Hunter made cotton candy for all the
guests. Friends and family attending also enjoyed enter-
tainment by Joy the clown, a bounce house, balloons, and
lots of cake and ice cream.
Sydney and Kaylen are the maternal grand children of
Annie Merle and the late Hollis Toole of Chipley and the
late Ray and Carolyn Hagan of Bascom. Maternal great
grand parents are Estelle Toole of Chipley, the late Joe
Toole and the late Jewel and Lena Kent. Paternal great
grand parents are the late WW and Maureen Bryan of
Bascom, the late Vander Hagan of Altha, and Mary Ed-
wards of Palatka.


tery; arrested 5/24.
*Pietrowski, Robert
Edward, w/m, 41; Ponce
de Leon; DUI alcohol or
drugs; arrested 5/27.
*Prichett, Edward Aaron,
w/m, 42; Panama City
Beach; possession or use
of narcotic equipment,
possession of marijuana;
arrested 5/26.
*Ramerez, Rolando
Filipe, h/m, 26; Chipley;
disorderly intoxication; ar-
rested 5/28.
*Redmon, Brian Thomas,
w/m, 19; Vernon; battery;
arrested 5/24.
*Redmon, Joel Kenneth,
w/m, 18; Vernon; battery,
arrested 5/24.
*Schlask, Barry Fred, w/
m, 51; Chipley; DUI alco-
hol or drugs; arrested 5/27.
*Shumaker, Charles Wil-
liam, w/m, 32; Chipley;
VOP (two counts) arrested
5/27.
*Smith, James P., w/m,
25; Chipley; driving while
license suspended; arrested
5/26.
*Stroud, Willie, b/m, 23;
Vernon; battery; arrested
5/24.
*Tucker, Jason Lamar, w/
m, 29; Grand Ridge; fraud-
insufficient funds check;
arrested 5/25.
*Underwood, Bruce
Olen, w/m, 35; Samson,
Ala.; fraud-insufficient
check; arrested 5/25.
*Walters, Donald Ray,
w/m, 39; Southport; sex
offense against child, dis-
orderly conduct, battery;
arrested 5/27.
*Watson, John Thomas,
w/m, 28; Defuniak Springs;
fraud-insufficient check;
arrested 5/25.
*William, Stephan Brian,
w/m, 29; Chipley; battery;
arrested 5/25.


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Contract awarded
Edwards and Kelcey has been awarded a $2.8 million
contract by the Florida Department of Transportation
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The section of highway will be expanded from two
lanes to four lanes to accommodate increased traffic that
is expected to result from development in the region.
The 5.5-mile segment has been designated a "hurricane
evacuation route." Located in Washington County, it
extends from north of the Cypress Creek Bridge to the
Holmes County line.
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8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, May 31, 2006


One special treat Ken Obert does for the students is to
make up an individual picture book for each student
at the end of the year. Student Heather Anderson was
one of many that was eager to get her picture taken
with Obert and her book.

Obert honored by friends at KMS


The Board of County
Commissioners heard a re-
port from the Rev. Simon
Sheffield about the "Come
One, Come All" youth
event at St. Paul Park on
Monroe Sheffield Road on
Memorial Day, May 29.


"We need to get our ington County Sheriff's
minds going toward help- Office DARE car and
ing the youth of our com- deputies, and recreational
munity," Sheffield said. activities including a youth
The event included a road race.
Memorial Day ceremony The Board approved
earlier in the morning, blocking off a nearby road
appearances by the Wash- for the road race. Sheffield


and others plan a similar
event on July 4 and want to
make "Come One, Come
All" an annual event. Com-
missioners donated $20
each toward the program.
The event drew a number
of participants.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
Dee Stanton's third-
grade class at Kate M.
Smith Elementary School
in Chipley has a very
special friend. Ken Obert
of District 3, Florida De-
partment of Transporta-
tion, was recently honored
with a volunteer award by
the class. Obert serves as
a mentor, friend and role
model to the students.
"This is my fourth year,"
Obert said as the students
headed outside to have
their picture taken with
him in the courtyard.
'When I started just one or
two wanted help, but since
then it picked up, especial-
ly in reading. I help any
group that needs help."
One special treat Obert
does for the -students is


to make up an individual
picture book for each stu-
dent at the end of the year.
Student Heather Anderson
was one of many that was
eager to get her picture
taken with Obert and her
book.
The award was given
during a ceremony attend-
ed by students and their
parents in the media center.
It included poetry reading,
a slide show of the year's
activities and presentation
of the award.
"Mr. Obert really helps
the students academically,"
Stanton said. "He is al-
ways here and he's consis-
tent about being here.
"He also provides a posi-
tive male role model that
some of the children may.
not have. Any way you
look at it, he's great."


FCAT scores show improvement


Governor Jeb Bush and
Education Commissioner
John L. Winn announced
Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT)
scores for students in
grades 3 through 10. Stu-
dents at the elementary,
middle and high school
levels all showed improve-
ment compared to scores
in 2001.

Reading and Math
Gains for All Levels
The FCAT scores show
Florida's students continue
to make learning gains
in both reading and math.
This year's scores show
the largest year to year
increases in reading since
2001. Overall, 57 percent
of students in grades 3
through 10 are reading at
or above grade level (Lev-
el 3 and above) compared'
to 47 percent in 2001. This
represents 223,000 more
students.
In mathematics, 61
percent of Florida stu-
dents are demonstrating
mathematics skills at or
above grade level (Level
3 and above) compared
to 50 percent in 2001.
This represents 234,000
more students. Below are
scores for each level com-
pared to scores in 2001:
Elementary School
*70 percent of elemen-
tary school students are
reading at or above grade
level (Level 3 and above),
up from 54 percent.
*14 percent of elemen-
tary students scored in the
lowest level (Level 1) in
reading, down more than
half from 30 percent.
*66 percent of elemen-
tary school students are
demonstrating mathemat-
ics skills at or above grade


level (Level 3 and above),
up from 52, percent.
*14 percent of elemen-
tary students scored in the
lowest level (Level 1) in
mathematics, down al-
most half from 27 percent.
Middle School
*57 percent of middle
school students are read-
ing at or above grade level
(Level 3 and above), up
from 48 percent. This is
also single year record
increase, moving from 51
percent to 57 percent read-
ing at or above grade level
from 2005 to 2006.
*20 percent of middle
school students scored in
the lowest level (Level 1)
in reading, down from 30
percent.
*56 percent of middle
school students are dem-
onstrating mathematics
skills at or above grade
level (Level 3 and above),
up from 47 percent.
*23 percent of middle
school students scored in
the lowest level (Level
1) in mathematics skills,
down from 32 percent.
High School
*37 percent of high
school students are read-
, ing at or above grade level
(Level 3 and above), up
from 32 percent.
*33 percent of high
school students scored in
the lowest level (Level 1)
in reading, down from 39
percent.
*62 percent of high
school students are dem-
onstrating mathematics
skills at or above grade
level (Level 3 and above),
up from 52 percent.
*16 percent of high
school students scored in
the lowest level (Level
1) in mathematics, down
from 25 percent.


BOARD
Continued from page 1A
for further consideration at
the June meeting.
GSG will also do a re-
view of the first five years
of operation of the Sunny
Hills Municipal Services
Building Unit (MSBU),
including a review of ordi-
nances, changes and regu-
lar operations. The study
will take 45 to 60 days.
Chipley gets help
Chipley .Mayor. Linda
Cain; Councilmembers
Marion Lee, Karen Wor-
ley, and Price Wilson; City
Administrator Jim Morris,
Police Chief Kevin Crews
and former Councilmem-
ber Milton Strickland were
on hand to continue their
request for financial assis-
tance for law enforcement.
City officials went before
the Board recently request-
ing help, and this time they
were successful.,
City officials asked for
$375,000 out of future
increases in ad valorem
taxes, to be paid $200,000
for upcoming fiscal year
and $25,000 a year there-
after. Of the $200,000
$75,000 would go to offset
City ad valorem taxes that
go toward law enforce-
ment and $125,000 would
be added to the police
budget to purchase a new
vehicle, add a narcotics
officer who would work
with the countywide Drug
Task Force, and add $1 an
hour to police salaries in an
attempt to stay competitive
with other agencies.
The Board approved
helping Chipley up to
$200,000 Based on avail-
able funds from increases
in ad valorem taxes. Com-
missioner Donnie Strick-
land warned the Board that
other municipalities could
also come to the Board
asking for the return of ad
valorem taxes.
In other business the
Board:
*Approved the consent
agenda as described in
an earlier edition of the
paper.


Chipley Mayor Linda Cain; Councilmembers Marion
Lee, Karen Worley, and Price Wilson; City Adminis-
trator Jim Morris, Police Chief Kevin Crews and for-
mer Councilmember Milton Strickland %ere on hand
to continue their request for financial assistance for


law enforcement.

*Approved authoriz-
ing Commissioner Ron-
nie Finch to negotiate a
cost-share agreement with
Crystal Village residents
for road maintenance.
It was reported that the
postmaster has ordered
mailboxes moved since
mail cannot be delivered
due to inadequate main-
tenance of several roads
under federal regulations.
The 1926 plat does not
show all the present roads,
and a road can only be des-
ignated as a County road
for maintenance if it is on a
plat. Finch said there were
"several terrible roads" in
Crystal Village. The Board
also approved calling the
postmaster and asking to
hold off moving the mail-
boxes for a few days.
*Heard a report from
Rick Marcum of Oppor-
tunity Florida. Projects
described included looking
at ways to bridge the ur-
ban-rural income gap, do-
ing a feasibility study for
a "megasite" for regional
industrial development,
developing tourist .infor-
mation to download off a
computer, updating the list
of available private and
public sector grants, work-
ing on putting Broadband
communications in rural


The Family of
Sue Lee Helms
Wishes to thank all our friends .
and family for the visits, cards, "'
calls, flowers, donations and all '
expressions of kindness and sym- .
pathy at a time when it was deeply .
appreciated.


areas, and providing up to
30 templates for websites
for small businesses so
they can advertise their
products online.
*Heard a report from the
Rev. Simon Sheffield about
the "Come One, Come All"
youth event at St. Paul Park
on Monroe Sheffield Road
on Memorial Day, May 29.
"We need to get our minds
going toward helping the
youth of our community,"
Sheffield said. The event
included a Memorial Day
ceremony earlier in the
morning, appearances by
the Washington County
Sheriff's Office DARE
car and deputies, and rec-
reational activities includ-
ing a youth road race. The
Board approved blocking
off a nearby road for the
road race. Sheffield and
others plan a similar event
on July 4 and want to make
"Come One, Come All" an
annual event. Commis-
sioners donated $20 each
toward the program. The
event drew a number of
participants.
*Approved submitting
an application for a haz-
ard mitigation grant from
Hurricane Dennis as rec-
ommended by, the LMS
committee. The County is
eligible for $21,000 but


must provide a $7,000
match. Two projects men.
tioned are obtaining storm
shutters for Washington
Council on Aging and
a countywide drainage
study.
*Approved tabling for
consideration a proposal
from County Grant Writer
Stacey Webb to raise ..the
cap for SHIP purchases
from $150,000 to $200,000.
and for purchase of an ex.
isting home from $100,000
to $150,000. Webb said
that increases (or provision
of "gap" funding) could be
necessary due to the rising
cost of housing in Wash-
ington County. :
*Heard a report on the
proposed equestrian arena
for 40 acres at Daniels
Lake from Webb and Parks
and Recreation Director
David Corbin. Baker took
in $33,600 in rentals over
the last year, and Corbin
said he is already receiving
inquiries from the media.
private firms and others.
Corbin asked for $100,000
'in the next budget to con.
tinue work, and the Board
took that request under
advisement.
County Engineer Cliff
Knauer said that the
project would cost an es.
timated $1-1.5 million. If
the County plans to apply
for grants, it would need
to supply a design, a con.
ceptual plan (Knauer will
donate about $5,000 in
company time from Preble-
Rish to do the plan), and
designate someone to have
authority over spending for
the project. The County
would also need approval
for the various stages of
the project from the Parks
and Recreation Commit-
tee, would need to do a
land-use change, and do an
economic impact study on
how the project would aft
fect the local economy.
Various funding options
were discussed.
*Heard a report from
Knauer on various drain-
age problems on private
property and a roadwork
update.


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Kirkland gives
wildlife update

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
LT Stan Kirkland of
the Florida Wildlife Com-
mission (FWC) was on
hand recently at Bonifay
Kiwanis Club to give an
update on wildlife in the
area. Turkeys, gators and
Hurricane Katrina were
subjects of his talk.
Kirkland said the three-
day wild turkey season Wash
held March 18-20 in Hol- finish
mes County was a great are, (
success, in large part due Webb
to cooperation from land- Reas<
owners. "We were very place
fortunate," Kirkland said.
'Landowners and residents
did everything as much as
they could." Although tur-
keys were harvested during
the short season, Kirkland
said that "love is in the
air" and that young turkeys
are seen throughout the
county.
"We're seeing young
birds, and there are no bad
effects from last season."
"There were no prob-
lems with trespassing,
and nobody was shot by
overeager turkey hunters,"
he said.
The last season was
in 1998, and FWC was
obligated to have another
season within five years
or when the county could
sustain a season. Careful
surveying determined that
2006 would be the first
year to hold a season. Next Lind
year will also be a three- High
day season, "and we're Swin
looking at ramping it up to
a full 35-day season even-
tually," Kirkland said.
There were 10 permits
issued for public land and
six permit holders showed
up, with five of them shoot-
ing a turkey. The hunt was
filmiiid. by a world-class
videdgredpher, Kirklanid'
said. Justin Pollen got his
bird the first morning and
Shep Eubanks got one the
next day while filming was
underway. The show will
be on "Turkey Call" on
the Outdoor Life Network
later this year.
Alligators were also dis-
cussed, particular in the
aftermath of three deadly
gator attacks in recent
Weeks.
"We never had three
killed in a week in Florida," Lynn
Kirkland said. There has
only been one fatal attack
in northwest Floirda in the
last 30 years he said. One
reason for less attacks is
that fish levels are lower
than in central and south
Florida.
Alligator season opens
August 15 and FWC is
attempting to increase
the number of permits
available and extend the .,
length of the season. Over
8,000 nuisance gators
were removed last year.
The gator hot line to re-
port nuisance gators is at Wasi
www.myfwc.com. from
Kirkland also noted that Fish<
169 FWC officers spent four plac<
weeks helping the cleanup
of Hurricane Katrina. Of-
ficers provided humanitari-
an aid, escorted fuel trucks,
provided meals and ice
and used chainsaws when
needed.
"I've never been prouder
of our officers," Kirkland
said. "They were a god-
send to that area."


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Brave or crazy? Riding a jet ski 24 miles out (left).
ington County Livestock Sr. Team members
.ed high in Auburn Livestock judging. From leftill a on
Caitlyn Prichard, Lindsey Winters, and LynnZee Oriskany will be a major economic windfall
. Th S T1 nmn.l 1iLd 1Ant i Reefn in diOral.


D e r. ine JL.u-eam piJJu Jacte II Cl, zallu III[ "raM
ons, 2nd in Swine, 3rd in Sheep, and was 2nd
Sr. Team High Overall.


sey Winters displays her awards for 4th-place
Individual-Beef, 4th-place High Individual-
e, and 4th-place High Individual Overall.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
The recent sinking of
the former USS Oriskany
(CV-34) off of Pensacola
will be a major economic
windfall. That informa-
tion came from LT Stan
Kirkland, spokesperson for
the Florida Wildlife Com-
mission (FWC). Kirkland
and Wildlife Officer Jerry
Brooks were on hand May
24 at Bonifay Kiwanis
Club.
Kirkland described
the process to obtain the
"mothballed" aircraft car-
rier. "When we heard that
it was up for sinking as
an artificial reef we put in
an application," Kirkland
said. Florida was suc-
cessful, but then came. the
battle between Escambia
County and Miami-Dade
to get the ship.
"It was a pitched battle,
and the gloves really came
off," Kirkland said. A ma-
jor reason Escambia Coun-
ty got the Oriskany was
that the county put up $1
million toward the project.
The ship would have cost
about $24 million to scrap,
and the federal government
spent about $20 million to
reef the vessel.
Once the location and


funding were in place, it
was time to prepare the
huge carrier for its final
destination.
"There were 500 fuel
tanks to be cleaned, and all
that machinery to remove,"
Kirkland said. Thousands
of tons of PCBs had to be
removed, including insu-
lation for the flight deck.
FWC will monitor the site
for PCB contamination for
the next three years.
The Oriskany arrived
in Pensacola on March 22,
where the final cuts were
made to prepare for the
sinking. FWC provided
security and escorted ex-
plosives set in place by
the Navy Coastal Services
Command in Panama City.
There were 22 charges set
on induction pipes.
The vessel was towed
to its final destination on
May 17. "It was incred-
ible to see the Oriskany
vets saluting and in tears
watching that grand old
ship heading out to sea to
Davy Jones' Locker."
The veterans weren't the,
only ones who watched
the Oriskany as she was
put in place for the sinking
24 miles offshore. Over
500 commercial vessels
just about all that were-


available followed the
Oriskany on its final voy-
age, with space going for
$150-1,000 a pop. A few
"vessels" didn't need to be
24 miles at sea, Kirkland
noted, and two sank..
"One 'misguided indi-
vidual' came out there on a
jet ski," Kirkland said. The
jet ski had an American
flag and two five-gallon
gas tanks strapped on the
back as it waddled in three-
foot seas.
Another vessel, a 19-foot
bay boat, sank in the heavy
seas. Kirkland said that
FWC officers heard some-
one yell, "I'm sinking" as
the bay boat began going
under. "You picked a heck
of a time to sink," Kirkland
said one of the officers told
the skipper.
Everything went better
than planned with the sink-
ing. The charges were set
off at 10:24 a.m. and the
carrier began sinking at a
rate of about four-to-five
feet a minute. The ship took
37 minutes to sink (much
faster than expected) and
it sank upright as planned.
"As perfectly as you can
imagine," Kirkland said.
Kirkland said that dive
tours are already booked a
year in advance.


iZee Webb, 2nd place in High Individual-Beef.


hington County Livestock Junior Team members,
left, Salem Acuff, Micah Munson, Matthew
er, and Michael Fisher. The Junior Team won 1st-
e overall.


Salem Acuff, 3rd place High Individual-Beef. Win-
ner shows his ribbons for Ist-place High Individual-
Swine, 2nd-place High Individual-Sheep, 1st-place
High Individual-Oral Reasons, and 1st place Overall
High Individual.















10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Stand by



for news!
The well known radio
newscaster, Paul Harvey,
begins his daily noon time
news broadcast with this
salutation in his familiar
and easily recognized
voice: "HELLO AMERI-
CANS! THIS IS PAUL
HARVEY. STAND BY
FOR NEWS!!"
My greeting to readers
today is "stand by for news
regarding a hard and fast
release date for distribut-
ing the long awaited Heri-
tage Book of Washington
County.
I am stopping short of
giving out the exact date
as some more 'confirming'
has to be done before the
committee can safely re-
lease the dates, times, and
places. I think I am safe in
saying the date is immi-
nently close at hand, and
I am further safe in telling
you that the distribution
point will be in the Wash-
ington County Library in
Chipley.
It seems my life for the
past full year has been con-
sumed with the Heritage
Book project. It was at this
time one year ago that I re-
ally felt that I saw the idea
of the book was finally
'catching on."

In my own family, an
important turning point
was reached when it be-
came apparent to me that
all the offspring of Thomas
Jefferson Brock and Jane
Yates Brock had become
interested in writing stories
and had begun the process
of submitting them at the
time of our Brock Family
Reunion, held the Saturday
before Father's Day.
Contrary to what I wrote
two weeks ago, this re-
union is on Saturday, not
Sunday, and will be held at
the Agriculture Center in
Bonifay again this year.
Thomas Jefferson Brock
and Jane Yates Brock had
eleven children reach
adulthood. The book con-
tains a full story on their
lives, as well as complete
stories on each of the chil-
dren. Of course, the book
carries the stories on down
to succeeding generations
in this family.
Another turning point
in the preparation of the
book was when Joe Earl
Collins, who is married to
Eileen Pipkin Collins, put
together the story of the pi-
oneer Benjamin H. Pipkin
family who reared twenty
one children to adulthood.
Some outstanding pictures
accompany this story.
Joe Earl had assistance
from other family mem-
bers in assimilating this
history. He also did other
writings of interest includ-
ing his own parents, V.J.
Collins and Lote Merritt
Collins. Joe Earl partici-
pated in another' segment
of the book which is
called Washington County
Favorite Sons and will
include the life of former
State Senator, Newman C.
Brackin, who served from
Okaloosa County but is a,
Washington County native.
This portion of the Heri-
tage Book will include nu-
merous other well known
Washington County men
and women who have
served in high places in
Their chosen field of en-


deavor. Look for some
exciting and interesting
reading in this category of
the book.
If I had to pinpoint one
of the most encouraging
aspects of those present-
ing stories for the upcom-
ing book, it would have
to be when Sarah Watts
responded to my request
to write the story of her
dad, former Washington


I | Perry's Proattle



Pe By Perry Welts


County Sheriff, George
W. Watts, Jr. Sarah and her
brothers, responded with a
beautiful story, complete
with impressive and his-
toric pictures, which add
greatly to the book. Sarah
has recently retired from
Roulhac Middle School.
Hester and I attended her
retirement reception and
enjoyed the event im-
mensely.
Sadly, Nell Watts, the
mother, passed away
before getting to see the
finished product of the
heritage book.
Others who made valu-
able contributions in writ-
ing for our book have died
during the preparation and
printing of the volume.
These include Evelina Tew
Register, who presented
two informative stories,
accompanied with pictures.
She also paid for her book
at the pre-printed price. I
know her family will trea-
sure the book even more
since Evelina did not live
to see it completed.
Another person we lost
in death during the process
of obtaining stories was
Allen Rogers. He and his
wife, Mennie, compiled
and presented some heart
warming stories on Allen's
long and varied history as
a law enforcement offi-
cer in the area. They also
purchased a book, and
sadly, Allen will not get to
read it, but members of his
family will cherish it even
more. Other members of
the pioneer, Buster Rogers
and Molly Grantham fam-
ily, have submitted stories
and photographs which
add greatly to the readers
interest.
I could cite numerous
other family and individu-
als whose cooperation in
the book project inspired
me to keep pressing on. I
deeply appreciate every-
one's encouragement.
There may be others
who have died during the
preparation of the Wash-
ington County Book that
I am not thinking of right
now. If I omitted anyone,
I'll be sorry.
Much interest continues
in seeing the book come
to full fruition. I stand by
my long stated position
that the reader will be well
pleased with the content
of the publication. I only
hope that with all the care-
ful "proofing," that none, if
any, errors will be found in
the completed book.
Next week, I think you
will find the exact dates
for releasing the book
contained in this column. I
know that those who have
already paid for a book are
to receive a letter from the
publisher. Hopefully, you
will have received your let-
ter before you learn it from
the "prattler".
Again, I thank each and
every one of you for your
contribution to the book's
successful completion and
for your patience in wait-
ing for the completed book


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Our committee members agree that this pictures
is a "reasonable facsimile" of the actual Washington
County Heritage Book soon to be in your hands.


to be placed in your hand.
Be sure to read "Perry's
Prattle" next week and,
borrowing once again


from the beloved Paul Har-
vey, learn "THE REST OF
THE STORY!"
See you all next week.


Soil survey
The Orange Hill soil and Water Conservation District
is cooperating with the Washington County Commission.
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the
University of Florida to update our Soil Survey that was
originally published in 1962.
Soil survey team members will make every effort to
contact landowners for permission to go on their prop.
erty to evaluate soil conditions and update our maps.
Surface conditions such as vegetative patterns and
slope will be gathered visually. Deeper soil conditions
such as texture, permeability and water tables will be
gathered by hand held soil augers and occasionally a
small powered auger.
The information will be compiled on a modem aerial
photographic base along with descriptions and tabular
information that will be valuable when making land use
decisions about forestry, cropping, wildlife, and urban
uses. The whole process will take about three years to
complete and at any time feel free to discuss this with
any member of the survey team, county commissioners.
or conservation district supervisors.
*Soil Survey Team: Bob Weatherspoon, Team Leader.
352-538-3438, 850-638-1718 ext. 3.
*Orange Hill SWCDL: Don Walters, Chairman, 850-
638-8565.
*County Commission: Peter Herbert, Administrator.
850-638-6200.


Tunnel hired
From State Attorney Steve Meadows: "I am pleased
to announce that Guy Tunnell will be joining the State
Attorney's Office for the 14th Judicial Circuit on May 26.
"Mr. Tunnell's responsibilities will include working
closely with the circuit's law enforcement agencies to
successfully bring to conclusion the 48 unsolved homi-
cide cases pending within the circuit.
"Mr. Tunnell will also be responsible for the develop

ment of a community prosecution program. His 33 years
of law enforcement experience will be invaluable in
forging partnerships with community leaders, law en.
forcement, businesses and the faith-based community to
address crime prevention and public safety initiatives."


LEG~~AL OIE


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT.
CASE NO. 67-06-CA-1i58
THOMAS E. ROGERS,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
FERDINAND COLLAZO and
JUANITA COLLAZO,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
FERDINAND COLLAZO
2948 EIGHTH STREET, #5-E
NEW YORK, NY 10039
JUANITA COLLAZO
2948 EIGHTH STREET, #5-E
NEW YORK, NY 10039
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to quiet title on'
the following described real
property, to wit:
Lot 18, Block 75, of SUNNY
HILLS UNIT ONE, a subdivision
according to the plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages
9-27, of the Public 'Record of
Washington County, Florida.
Has been filed against you, and
you are required to serve a copy
of yourwritten defenses, if any, to
it, on GERALD HOLLEY, Attomey.
for Plaintiff, whose address s O.
Box 268,Chipley, Florida, 32428;
and file the original with the Clerk
of the above styled Court on or
before June 16,2006; otherwise a
judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the Petition.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court on May 12, 2006.
LINDA H. COOK
Clerk of Court
BY: K. McDaniel
Deputy Clerk
As published in the Washington
County News May 17, May 24,
May $1 and June 7, 2006.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT FOR THE STATE OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY
PROBATED DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HENRY IGNAS ZITIKAS.
DECEASED
CASE NO.: 67-06-CP-078
NOTICE TO'CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate
of Henry Ignas Zitkas, deceased,
Case Number 67-06-CP-078,
is pending In the Circuit Court
for Washington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is P.O. Box 647, Chlpley, FL
32428. The name and address of
the personal representative and
of the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
- ARE NOTIFIED THAT.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured, con-
tingent or unliquidated claims,
on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with
the Court WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, Including
Sunmatured, contingent and un-
liquidated claims, must file their
claims with the Court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL
CLAIMSAND OBJECTIONS NOT
SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
Date of the first publication of this
Notice is May 24, 2006
Genovalte Gedminas
2041 Ambassador Court
Sunny Hills, FL 32428
Larry B. Bodiford, Esquire
HUTTO and BODIFORD
620 McKenzie Avenue
Post Office Box 2528
Panama City, Florida 32402
Tel: (850)763-0723
Florida Bar No. 103596
Attorney For Personal Repre-
sentative
cc: Department of Revenur
501 S. Calhoun Street, Room
104
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0100
Area for Health Care Admin-
istration
c/o Health Care Administration
0/o Health Management Sys-
tems, Inc. 2002 Old St. Augustine
RFload, Suite E-42
Talltahaleee, Florid a 2301
As published In the Washington
County News, May 24 end May
31, 2006,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JASON CARTER,
Deceased.
File No.: 67-06-CP-009
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate
of Jason Carter, deceased, whose
date of death was 09/20/2005,
File Number 67-06-CP-009, Is
pending In the Circuit Court for
Washington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is P.O. Box 647, Chi-
play, Florida 32428. The names
and addresses of the Personal
Representative and the Personal
Representative's attorney are set
l.-,r, r. l
-LL iNTEREtEC. lE'-L.-i.TJS
iAE riOTiil'lE: THAT
All creditors of the de.: ae.- arna
other persons who have claims or
demands against decedent's Es-
tate, including unmatured, con-
tingent, or unliquidated claims
and who may have been served
acopy of this notice must file their
claims with the 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 other creditors of the decedent
and other'persons who have
claims or demands against the
decedent's Estate, including
unmatured, contingent, or un-
liquidated claims must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIMS FILED TWO YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE DECE-
DENT'S DATE OF DEATH ARE
BARRED.
The date of the first publication of
this notice is: 05/24/2006
THE LAW OFFICE OF KRISTI M.
ODOM, RP.A.
FLORIDA BAR NO. 0182044
1314 JACKSON AVENUE
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428
(850) 638-7587
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVE
IRA CARTER
1155 PINEY GROVE ROAD
CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE
As published in the Washington
County News May 24, and May
31,2006.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY EVELYN WHITFIELD
Deceased.
File No.: 67-06-CP-074
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the es-
tate of Mary Evelyn Whitfield,
deceased, whose date of death
was April 11, 2006, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Wash-
ington County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is'
201 West Jackson Avenue, RP.O.
Box 647, Chipley, Flbrida 32428.
The names and addresses of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate of whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons hav-
Ing 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 FILED WITHIN
THETIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The data of first publication of thls
notice is May 24, 2006.
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
Bonnie K. Roberts
Attorney for Janies Johnon
Florida Bar NO., 0273996
P.O. Box ?00


Bonifay, Florida 32425
Telephone: (850) 547-4625
Personal Representative:
Janis Johnson
P.O. Box 414
Bonifay, Florida 32425
As published in the Washington
County News May 24 and May
31,2006.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF:
2001 DAEWOOD, LEGANZA,
4 DR
JAYANTI G. PATEL
CASE NO.: 67-06-CA-193
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PRO-
CEEDING
TO tLL FRCPEAoS"WHO
CLMR.1 ri INTEREST INr THIE
4BOvE .DESCiIBED PROP-
ERTY, WHICH WAS SEIZED ON
OR ABOUT APRIL 15, 2006,
IN WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Said property Is in the custody of
the Chipley Police Department.
Any owner entity, bona fide lien-
holder or person In possession
of the property when seized has
the right to contest the Forfeiture
Complaint by filing a Response
with the Circuit Court within
20 days of the publication of
this notice, with a copy of the
Response sent to BrandonJ.
Young, Attorney for Chipley Po-
lice Department, 4431 Lafayette
Street, Marianna, Florida 32446
A petition for Final Order of
Forfeiture has been filed in the
above-styled cause.
BRANDON J. YOUNG, Esq.
Baker, mercer & Young
4431 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446.
(850) 526-3633
Fla. Bar No. 0550736
Attorney for Chipley Police De-
partment
As published in the Washington
County News May 31 and June
7, 2006.

NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGU-
LATION AFFECTING
THE USE OF LAND
Washington County Is consider-
ing changing the use of land for
the parcel described by the legal
description presented below.
In accordance with the Small
Scale Amendment Review Pro-
visions of the Florida Adminis-
trative Code a Public Hearing
will by the Washington
County Planning Commission
(the designated Local Planning
Agency) to solicit public com-
ment concerning the proposed
Land Use Changes/Comprehen-
sive Plan Amendment.
The Public Hearing to review the-
seproposed changes will be held
on June 13, 2006 at 5:00 PM or
as soon thereafter as possible
at the County Commissioners
Meeting Room, 1331 South
Boulevard, Chlpley, Florida. All
interested members of the public
are encouraged to attend.lnfor-
mation concerning the proposed
land use change is available for
review at the Washington County
Board of County Commissioners
Office at 1331 South Boulevard,
Chipley, Florida. o
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PAR-
CELS AFFECTED BY PRO-
POSED AMENDMENT
Proposed Change from Agricul-
ture/Silviculture Use to Commer-
clal (General) Use- (3.00 acres).
Petition for Land Use Change
Submitted by John Hawkins, the
property owner.
The purpose of this Land Use
Change/Comprehensive Plan
Amendment is to allow for de-
velopment of a secure storage
facility (mini-warehouses).
The parcel is described as fol-
lows:
A portion of land located In the
Southwest 1/4 of the South-
west 1/4 of Section 32, Town-
ship 4 North, Range 15 West,
Washington County; Florida,
more particularly described as
follows:
BEGINNING at the intersection
of the East Right of Way line of
County Road 279 and the South
Right of Way line of State Road
280; thence North 6007'30"
East, 166.94 feet along the South
Right of Way line of State Road
280 to the Point of Curvature of
a curve concave Northwesterly,
having a radius of 1945.33 feet,
a central angle of 546'30", and
a chord of 195.98 feet that bears
North 57213'52" East; thence
Northeasterly along the arc of
said curve and the South Right
of Way line of State Road 280,
196.08 feet; thence depart-
ing the South Right of Way
line of State Road 280, South
42East, 373.87 feet; thence
South 6012'23" West, 365.56
feet to the East Right of Way
line of County Road 279; thence
North 4227'57" West, 363.07
feet along the East Right of Way
line of County Road 279 to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
CONTAINS 3.00 ACRES MORE
OR LESS.
PARCEL IDENTIFICATION NUM-
BER: 00000000-00-6110-0002
A verbatim record of these pro-
ceedhings will not be kept. It
shall be the responsibility of any
perSon deciding to appeal any
declsloi made by Washington
County with respect to any


matter considered at this public
hearingto insure tnar a varba
tim record of the :srocecding3
is made.
As published in the Washington
County News May 31, 2006

NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGU-
LATIONJ AFFECTING
THE USE OF LAND
Wasnnqron C.un.y s consider.
ing cnangin.g the use of land Ior
Ire parcel l j-sCnr.ed by the legal
cicnipticn prieretro Obelow
In accoroance withthe Smrall
Sc ale An-end,T.ent Review Proi .
.n t Fionsoat AeFio aAministraitr.e
Code a Public Hearing ,1ii Do
raia y Irae Washlnclon Couc-,ty
Board a1 County Corrmis;so,.s
to sOIcli pubic commerI con.
caning Ihe propoteo Land Use
Charnges'Compiehensive Plan
Amer,-r.ern l
Tr.. Pu, rl w H ''" t ralVin
Ins:e proposed changes ll be
.el onJunr.e 22 2006 at 5 00 PM
i. : cor.tr.n.eanar as possible
at me Courty Coimrmisiorsers
Meeting Room. 1331 Soulh
Blouaivrd Crioplay.
Florn.a An ini-vra56ao members
or r.,e. public are encouraged 10
attend Il-ormaineor concerning
thea proposed lar.a use enange
is avwilaDle lor review at the
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners Office at
1331 South Boulevard, Chipley,
Florida.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PAR-
CELSAFFECTED BY PROPOSED
AMENDMENT .
Proposed Change from Agricul-
ture/Silviculture Use to Commer-
cial (General) Use (3.00 acres).
Petition for Land Use Change
Submitted by John Hawkins, the
property owner. .
ihe purpose ol min Lan Use
Cr.ange.'CoTpranensive Pier,
Arrnd-T.enta I tO allow tor de-
eiorp.er l o a secure storage
IscIiy rry, r.. werer, oui eSt
Tna parcel i dascnbed as fol-
lows:
A portion of land located in the
Southwest 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of Section 32, Township 4
North, Range 15 West, Washing-
ton County, Florida, more'particu-
larly described as follows:.
BEGINNING at the Intersection
of the East Right of.Way line of
County Road 279 and the South
Right of Way line of State Road
280; thence North 60*07'30"
East, 166.94 feet along the South
Right of Way line of State Road
280 to the Point of Curvature of
a curve concave Northwesterly,
having a radius of 1945.33 feet;
a central angle of 5*46'30", and
chord of 15.98 feet that bears
North 57"13'52" East; thence
Northeasterly along the are of
said curve and the South Right
of Way line of State Road 280,
196.08 feet; thence departing the
South Right of Way line of State
Road 280, South 42East, 373.87
feet; thence South 60"12'23"
West, 365.56 feet to the East -
Right of Way line of County Road
279; thence North 4227'57"
West, 363.07 feet along the
EashtRght of Way line of County
Road 279 to the POINT OF
BEGINNING. ,, I
CONTAINS 3.00 ACRES MORE
OR LESS.,
PARCEL IDENTIFICATION NUM-
BER: 00000000-00-5110-0002
A verbatim record of these-pro-
ceedings will not be kept. It
shall be the responsibility Of any
person deciding to appeal any
decision made by Washington
County with respectto ainy matter
considered at this public hearing,
to insure that averbatlmecord of
the proceedings is made.
As published in the Washington
County News May 31, 2006

NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGU-
LATION AFFECTING
THE USE OF LAND
Washington County is consider-
ing changing the use of land for
the parcel described by the legal
description presented below.
In accordance with the Small
Scale Amendment Review Provi-
sions of the Florida Administrtive
Code a Public Hearing will be
held by thel Washington County
Planning Commission (the des-
ignated Local Planning Agency)
to solicit public comment con-
cerning the proposed Land Use
Changes/Comprehensive Plan
Amendment.
The Public Hearing to review
these proposed changes will be
held on June 13,2006 at 5:00 PM
or as soon thereafter as possible
at the County Commissioners
Meeting Room, 1331 South
Boulevard, Chipley, Florida. 'All
interested members of the public
are encouraged to attend. .-
Information concerning the pro-
posed land use change is avail-
able for review at the Washington
County Board of County Com-
missioners Office at 1331 South
Boulevard, Chipley, Florida.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PAR-
CELS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED
AMENDMENT
Proposed Change from Sunny
Hills Mixed Use to Commer-
cial (Generali Use (7.04 acres).
Petit on for Land Use Change
Submitted by William Shiver,
petitioner, for Bradley Lattsome
and John Dickenson, the property
owners.
The purpose of this Land Use
Change/Comprehensive Plan
Amendment is to allow for de-
velopment of a secure storage
facility (mini-warehouses).
The parcel Is described as fol-
lows:
All that portion of the following
described Iptcel lyl n in sctiofis
13 and 14, Township 2 North,
Range 14 West, Washlnlgtorl
County, Flotidil:


Begin at .the Southeast Cor-
ner of Saclion 14. Township 2
North. Range 14 Weal Wa h.
irton County, Frot.os. Ir.ence
87 E30'01'W 266.33 1t Ialor.g
the Souih irea ol a.d Secton
to the Easterly Rigr lEoi-Way
line ol St3te Road 77 ih'nce
N44 E23'43"E along said Rignl-
oi-Way 710 32 lel. ithrnce de-
parting said Righr-ol-Way on a
beaanng ol S87:E40'57 E 386 13
leart. lhr.,:e S02'EO9'47-E 452 80
retl to the South Iire ol Sectron
13. Townsr.ip 2 Nortn Range
14 Wes. tnencen S0rE30'O1'W
along said Seclior. line 636 37
let Io the Point ol Beginnr.n
ana lying in both Sectiors 13
and 14. Township 2 Nortn. Range
14 West. Washinglori Cournly
Fionds
The South 30 leel suDJect lo a
30 loot asenarenr or ingress
ana -gw. AItO inere i. a 16
loot utilit eas-remnf along mina
eaSteri Rligr.-ol-Way of Slate
Roada77
PARCEL IDEtTIFICATION NUM-
BERS: 00000000-00-3 27e-000
and 00000000-00-3288 0000
CONTAIN-S 7.04 ACRES MORE
OR LESS
A varoallm record ol these pro-
ceedings will not be Keop II
-nall be the re.por.SlDiltly or any
person deciding to appeal any
decision made by Washington
County with respect to any matter
considered atthispublic hearing,
to insure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made.
As published n-the Washington
County News May 31, 2006
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGU-
LATION AFFECTING
THE USE OF LAND
Washington County is consider-
ing changing the use of land for
the parceldescribed by the legal
description presented below.
In accordance with the Small
Scale Amendment Review Provi-
sions of the Florida Administrative
Code a Public Hearing will be
held by the Washington County
Board of County Commissions
to solicit public comment con-
cerning the proposed Land Use
Changes/Comprehensive Plan
Amendment. ,
The Public Hearing to review
these proposed changes will be
held on June 22,2006 at 5:00 PM
Or as soon thereafter as possible
at.the County Commissioners
Meeting Room, 1331 South
Boulevard, Chlpley, Florida. All
interested members of the public
are encouraged to attend.
Information concerning the pro-
posed land use change Is avail-
able for review at the Washington
County Board of County Com-
missioners Office at 1331 South
Boulevard, Chilply, Florida.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PAR-
CELSAFFECTEDBY PROPOSED
AMENDMENT
Proposed Change from Sunny
Hills Mixed Use to Commer-
cial (General) Use (7.04 acres).
Petition for Land Use Change
Submitted by William Shiver,
petitioner, for Bradley Lettsome
and Jonn Dicesricson. the propery
owners.
The purpose ol inis Lend Use
ChangeComprehensisve Plan
Amendment is to allow lor de-
velopment ol a secure storage
faclit mini -warenouses 1
The parcel 15is described as fol-
lows.
All that portion of the following
descrlbecparcel lying In Sections
13 and 14, Township 2 North,
Range 14,West, Washington
County, Florida:.
Begin at the Southeast Cor-
ner of Section 14, Township 2
North, Range 14 West, Wash-
ington County, Florida, thence
S87*E30'01" W 266.33 feet along
the South line of said Section
to the Easterly Right-of-Way
line of State Road #77, thence
N44*E23'43"E along said Right-
of-Way 710.32 feet, thence de-
parting said RIght-of-Way on a
bearing of S87*E40'57"E 388.13
feet; thence S02*E09'47"E 452.80.
feet to the South line of Section
13,.Township 2 North, Range
14 West, thence S87*E30'01"W
along said Section line 636.37
feet to the Point of Beginning
and lying In both Sections 13
and 14, Township 2 North, Range
14 West, Washington County,
Florida.
The South 30 feet subject to a
30 foot easement for ingress
and egress. Also there Is a 16
foot utility easement along the
easterly Right-of-Way of State
Road #77.
PARCEL IDENTIFICATION NUM-
BERS: 00000000-00-3276-0000
and 00000000-00-3288-0000
CONTAINS 7.04 ACRES MORE
OR LESS.
A verbatim record of these pro-
ceedings will not be kept. It
shall be the responsibility of any
person deciding to appeal any
decision made by Washington
County with respect to any matter
considered at this public hearing,
to Insure that a verbatim record of
the proceedings is made.
As published In the Washington
County News May 31,2006'

LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
The following vehicles will be
sold at auction on June 06, 2006
at 8:00 am at Br0ck Auto Body&
Towing, 113 Main Street, 1135
Maln Street, Chipley, Flotldt


32428.
1989 GMC
Vin# 1GTFC24K8KR552070
As published in the Washington
County News May 31, 2006

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF:
1998 FORD EXPLORER, 2 DR
CHARLOTTE D RICHARDSON
CASE NO 67-06-CA-19J
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PRO.
FEEDING :
TO ALL PERSONS WHO CLAIM
AN INTEREST IN THE ABOVE-
DESCRIBED PROPERTY WH'viHi
WAS SEIZED ON OR ABOUT
APRIL 19, 2006, IN WASHING-
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Said property is In the custody
of the Chipley Police Depart-
ment. Any owner entity, bona
fide Ilenholder or person in pos-
session of the property when
seized has the right to contest
the Forfeiture Complaint by filing
a Response with the CircuitCourt
within 20 days of the publication
of this notice, with a copy of
the Response sent to Brandon
J. Young,.Attorney for Chipley
Police Department, 4431 Lafay-
ette Street, Marianna, Florida
32446 A petition for Final Order
of Forfeiture has been filed in the
above-styled cause.
BRANDON J. YOUNG, Esq.
Baker, mercer & Young
4431 Lafayette Street
Marianna, Florida 32446.
(850) 526-3633
Fla. Bar No. 0550736
Attorney for Chipley Police De-
partment
As published in the Washington
County News May 31 and June
7,2006.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
For the purpose of Section 147(0
of the Internal Revenue Code of
1986, a mended, notice is here-
by given that the Board of County
Commissioners of Washington
County, Florida (the "Board"),
will conduct a public hearing on
Thursday, June 22,2006, at 5:00
p.m. or as soon thereafter as
practicable, In the Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners meeting room,
at the County Annex located at
1331 South Boulevard; Chipley,
Florida 32428 to consider the
approval of a plan of finance
to provide capital including the
Issuance. from time to time by
the Escambla County Housing Fi-
nance Authority (the "Authority"),
on behalf of Washington County
and other participating counties,
of not exceeding $40000,000
Single Family Mortgage Revenue
Bonds n multiple series from
time to time.
The proceeds of such bonds,
together wtfith funds from other
sources available to the Authority,
will be used to finance, or refund
outstanding obligations the pro-
ceeds of which will be used to
finance, the purchase of single
family residences to be occu-
pied primarily by first-time home
buyers of moderate, middle or
lesser Income within Washington
County and various other coun-
ties in the State of Florida.
The bonds and interest thereon
shall not constitute a debt or
Indebtedness of the Authority
within the meaning of any provi-
sions or limitations of the statutes
or Constitution of the State of
Florida, Washington County, or
other participating counties or
housing finance authorities, but
will be payable solely from pay-
ments made from the revenues
generated from the housing
program.
All persons are advised that, If
they decide to appeal any deci-
sion made at this public hearing,
they will need a record of the
proceedings, and for such pur-
pose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings Is made, which re-
cord Includes the testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.
At the time and place fixed for
said public hearing persons who
appear will be given an oppor-
tunity to express their views for
or against the proposal to issue
said bonds, and any written com-
ments received by the Clerk of
the Circuit Court, ex-officio clerk
to the Board will be considered.
In accordance with the Ameri-
cans With Disabilities Act, per-
sons needing a special accom-
modation to participate in the
proceeding should contact the
Board of County Commissioner's
Administrative Secretary no later
than 48 hours prior to the pro-
ceeding at (850) 638-6200.
Chairman
Board of County Commission-
aem
Washington County, Florida
As published In the Washington
County Newt May 31, 2006


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Washington County News/
Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Page 11A


Nine-year old Crews qualifies

for NMA National finals


The National Moto-
sport Association (NMA)
in Ponca City, OK just
made Heath Crews' dream
come true.
The 9 year-old dirt bike
racer from Wetumpka, AL
has qualified for the 31st
annual Grand National
Championship.
This event is the grand
finale resulting from over


100 events in 33 states
and represents the top
performers from their
respective regions to race
for the National Champi-
onship.
Most of America's top
professional motocross-
ers, including Jeremy Mc-
Grath, Ricky Carmichael,
Travis Pastrana and James
Stewart, have won NMA


National Championships.
Heath, who is an honor
roll student at Wetumpka
Elementary School, has
been riding since he was
four years old. Sponsors
such as SPY goggles, Spi-
der Grips, Adam's Motor-
sports, LES Automotive,
Smart Stitches, and IT 2
Racing help pay his way
to the races. He won nu-
merous races in the last 2
1/2 years, and competes
almost every weekend at
tracks in the Southeast
region.
Heath's parents, Scott
and Cyndi Crews, will
pack up the family camp-
er and head to Oklahoma
for the race, which runs
July 23 29.
Heath is just one of,
17,000 riders who spent
the last several months
qualifying for the event.
The top finishers in area
qualifiers earn a birth into
the national champion-
ship race. Racers may
enter a wide variety of
classes, from minicycle


Heath Crews flies through the air at one of his races during the year.
classes for children as jumps, comers and other Jones of Bonifay, and Bob
young as four, all the way obstacles designed to test and Sue Cullifer of West-
up to a senior division for the skills and stamina of ville.
riders over 40. There are the racers. : He is the great-grand-
also classes for women, Most riders attend the son of Pauline Cullifer,
and classes for both stock event with the help of also of Westville.
and modified bikes, their families. If you are interested in
The track is located Heath is the grandson helping sponsor Heath,
in Ponca City, OK and of Hulon and Evelyn log-on to his website at
contains a variety of Crews and Matt and Lucy www.it2racing.com.


Bethel Baptist golf tournament


gets great
Bethel Baptist Church's
seventh Invitational golf
tournament was held
on Saturday, May 20 at
Dogwood Lakes Country
Club.
Participants enjoyed
refreshments before tee
off and lunch following
the tournament in .the:.
clubhouse .- with Laura


area support


Tinsley from Leonia Bap-
tist Church as the guest
speaker.
Also, there were draw-
ings for a variety of door
prizes for those partici-
pants that were present for
lunch.
A large display of signs
inside the clubhouse,. rec-
ognized allspdosors of the


event.
This year eighteen
teams consisting of 72
players participated in the
tournament.
D.D. Thompson %%on
closest pin on hole 17 and
also won the longest drive
on hole 15.
Don Graham won clos-
est to the pin on hole two.,:


Troy football camp announced


The fourth annual Larry
Blakeney Troy University
Football Camp is sched-
uled for Thursday, June 8
on the Dothan Campus.
Boys and girls ages six to
thirteen are invited to par-
ticipate.
During the one-day
camp, Troy University
Head Football Coach Larry
Blakeney and his coaching
staff will help participants
improve in areas including


running, passing, pass pro-
tection and zone coverage.
"We will emphasize
our speed program, which
basically teaches the
camper fundamentals of
running more efficiently,"
Blakeney said. "The speed
program is one which the
athlete can take home and
continue for further speed
improvements."
The morning session,
which is designed for stu-


First place team at this year's Bethel Baptist tournament were Larry Urqu-
hart, Trey and Andy Howell and D.D. Thompson.


dents in first through fourth
grades, runs from 8 a.m. to
11:30 a.m.
The afternoon session,
which is for those in fifth
through eighth grades, is
set for 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
The cost for each
camper is $20. A photo and
t-shirt are included.
For registration in-
formation, contact Amy
Farver at (334) 983-6556,
ext. 1-202.


Wallace baseball camp planned


Wallace Community
College will host a Sum-
mer Baseball Camp for
kids ages 6-14 at the
Wallace Campus in Do-
than June 12-15, from 8:
30 a.m. until noon.
The WCC Governors
along with coaches
Mackey Sasser and Pete
Coachman, will assist
participants in fielding,


throwing and batting
exercises.
Sasser, head base-
ball coach, is a former
catcher with the New
York Mets.
Coachman is a former
second-baseman with
the California Angels.
The two will be avail-
able for autographs after
each session. Regis-


tration for the camp is
$80.00.
Campers should wear
shorts and tennis shoes
and may bring their own
gloves and bats.
Each participant will
receive a t-shirt and $2
for snacks each day.
For more information,
call Mackey Sasser at
334-556-2416.


Second place team was Phillip Ready, Ronnie Clark and John Pope.


Alabama free fishing day planned


Each calendar year, the
Commissioner of Con-
servation and Natural
Resources designates a
"Free Fishing Day" for the
public to fish recreationally
in public waters without a
fishing license. Saturday,
June 10, has been desig-
nated as this year's Free


CHS FFA day
announced
Chipley High School
FFA alumni Baseball day
will be held June 17.
Tickets can be purchased
for $50 and will include
a round trip bus ticket to
Turner Field and a ticket to
the Atlanta Braves-Boston


Fishing Day.
Approved by the Ala-
bama Legislature, the law
allows an annual free day
of fishing when residents
and non-residents may fish
without a fishing license.
"Free Fishing Day"
is offered to introduce
non-anglers to the sport


Red Sox game.
Busses will leave at 6:30
a.m. and return at 10 p.m.
Only 54 seats are avail-
able. For more informa-
tion or to reserve a seat
call 638-1483.
Softball league
planned
A Cottondale adult soft-


of )fishing and to remind
former anglers of the fun
they've been, missing,"
said Stan Cook, Chief of
Fisheries with the Wildlife
and Freshwater Fisheries
Division. "It's a good time
to pass on the tradition of a
family fun day of fishing to
Alabama's youth."


ball league is going to be
formed for the fall of 2006
and the league is looking
for teams.
Anyone interested in
joining or forming a team
should contact Richard
Heming at 352-4361.
Email us
at
news @ chipleypaper.com


Third place team was Troy Byers, Jim Bishop, Jeremy Cushing and Shane.


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12A, Washington County News, Wednesday, May 31, 2006



[YearsA


Taken from the files of the Washington County News


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5 YEARS AGO, 2001
About 75 people gath-
ered on the courthouse
steps in Chipley to pray
for national, state and lo-
cal leaders as part of the
National Day of Prayer.
Mike Orr, pastor of
First Baptist Church, led
prayer for national leaders;
Lloyd Lykins of Harvest
Cathedral prayed for state
officials; and Alcus Brock,
interim pastor of New Or-
ange Baptist Church, led
prayer for local govern-
ment.
Parents, teachers and
students gave up a Satur-
day morning to work on
the grounds of the new
Ro1ilhac Middle School.
Shrubbery was planted,
along with other small
plants.
* Adam Grantham re-
ceived the L.E. (Earl)
Sellers Memorial Award
as Chipley High School's
most outstanding athlete.
10 YEARS AGO, 1996
Sons of the Confederacy
planned special ceremo-
pies at Glenwood Cem-
etery to, honor Civil War
soldiers.
: Trisha Porter was picked
hs outstanding cheerleader
at Chipley High School.
., Chipley Woman's Club
officers were installed.
The slate included Mrs.
Jod Townsend, president;
Mrs. James Craven, first
yice president; Mrs. Will
Sangaree, second vice
president; Mrs. J.W. Dunn,
treasurer; Mrs. Roger Van-
Landingham, correspond-
ing secretary, and Mrs.
H.S. Benton, recording
secretary.
It was announced that
the largest graduating class
at Chipley High School
102 students would re-
ceive diplomas at an 8 p.m.
ceremony held at Memo-
rial Field.
-Forty-one graduated at
Yernon, and 32 received
diplomas at Roulhac High
school .
:$ YEARS AGO, 1991
'India Waller was
cr'owned Miss Chipley.
;erri Davis was Junior
Miss Chipley and Court-
ney Dawn Jolley was Little
Miss.
'Just one-half inch of


rain fell locally during an
extremely dry period dur-
ing April.
Bill Hall made a hole-in-
one on No. 17 at Falling
Waters Golf course.
Ronnie Finch received
a VE People First Award
from District Three FDOT
for completion of a 10-year
study.
Phil Younavjak received
the prestigious L.E. "Earl"
Sellers award presented
annually by the Washing-
ton County News of which
Sellers was a former, long-
time owner. Younavjak ex-
celled in athletic achieve-
ment, scholastic excel-
lence, leadership ability
and character. He was also
a CHS valedictorian.

20 YEARS AGO, 1986
Chipley High School
had the most seniors 112
- in the area scheduled
to graduate. They would
receive diplomas on May
25.
Ground was broken for
a 32-unit motel on Hwy. 77
near I-10.
Shirley Andrews, An-
nette Shabner, Ruby Bar-
row, Muriel Edwards,
Charlotte Martin, Tully
Bridenback, Louella Arm-
strong and Jean Norton
were winners in the annual
dairy foods contest.
Chipley got 1.04 inches
of rain on a Sunday and .64
more on Monday, ending a
drought that had lasted
nearly a month.
30 YEARS AGO, 1976
Chipley High School's
girls track team won first
place in the FHSAA dis-
trict meet. Lessie B. Cobb
placed first in the running
long jump with 15 feet,
nine inches.
The Washington County
News received five major
awards from Florida Press
Association.
The newspaper took
second in excellence in ty-
pography, third in general
excellence, and honorable
mention in best editorial,
best Americanism editorial
and best special issue.
40 YEARS AGO, 1966
Chipley High School
students chose Juanita Ad-
derhold as Citizen of the
Year. Joann Grimes was


picked as Student Council
Member of the Year.
Three, Washington
County high schools held
graduation ceremonies
for 175 seniors. Principal
Charles L. Adams noted
that, for the first time,
there were more than 100
students in the CHS senior
class.
A 39-year-old Chipley
father of three received a
plastic heart valve during
an operation at Emory Uni-
versity Hospital in Atlanta.
It replaced one which had
burst due to high blood
pressure..


Happy Graduation!
Vernon High School celebrated graduation on Friday, May 19 at the football field,
After the ceremony family and friends gathered for photos.


~mE~z~ ~ 1 i. ~ii.iiEEflLI


4H Junior Congress
LynnZee Webb did a powerpoint on 'Fashion Revue'
at the Junior Congress in Jackson County at the Ag
Center.

DIVORCE APPLICATIONS
The following information was taken from
records at the Washington County Courthouse
of unfinalized, recorded divorce actions.
May 5, Shawn Michelle Tharp
vs David Allen Tharp.
May 12, Connie F. Sapp vs Timothy S. Sapp.
May 17, Angela M. Marcum
vs Randall Rick Marcum.
May 17, Cynthia R. Thomas vs Kenneth E. Thomas.

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Busy Day n W* -al


Anthony Register, Journeyman Lineworker shows VMS students
gear while explaining how he uses it to climb power poles.


his climbing


WFECA at VMS Career Day


Three employees from
West Florida Electric Co-
operative (WFEC) spoke
to Millie Kindig's and
Teresa Ward's sixth grade
math classes at Vernon
Middle School on May 1.
Sneads District Office
Manager, Patty Grantham;
Journeyman Lineworker,
Anthony Register and
Communications Special-
ist, Candace Croft talked
about their careers and
shared experiences with
the students while stress-
ing the importance of ap-
plying themselves for work
and education.
Grantham stressed that
hard-work was invaluable
and that is it possible to
work your way up within
a company with dedica-
tioni and persisteiice. She
used her own career as
an example, saying that
she began as an overnight
dispatcher and has recently
been promoted to a district
office manager.
She also described the


marketing activities in
which she is involved: pro-
moting the products and
services available through
the cooperative.
Register brought a truck
with him and demonstrated
the use of the bucket
for the students. He also
showed them the safety
equipment he is required
to wear while working on
power lines and allowed
one student to wear his
safety gear.
That student was Leon
Howard, son of Tony
Howard who is an Appren-
tice Line%\orker working
with Register in WFEC's
Bonifay District Office.
Croft spoke about the
various publications avail-
.able from the cooptcati\e.
including its monthly
member newsletter, Cur-
rent Light Flashes.
She also discussed the
importance. of the coop-
erative's annual meeting,
and the National Youth
Tour Competition in which


juniors in high school com-
pete for an all-expense paid
trip to Washington, D.C.
Croft also encouraged
students to remember the
program and strive to be
chosen from their school
to participate.
West Florida Electric
Cooperative encourages its
employees to become in-
volved in the communities
it serves and participating
in events such as this, is
one of the many ways its
core value of commitment
to community is demon-
strated.
Background
West Florida Electric
is a Touchstone Energy
Cooperative that serves
over 25,000 consumers in
Calhoun, Holmes,. Jackson ,
and Washington counties.
Touchstone EnergN is a
national alliance of local.
consumer owned, electric
cooperatives providing
high standards of service
to customers, large and
small.


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It was busy .Saturday
in Wausau recently. Left:
Sheriff Bobby Haddock
sponsored W.T. Miller as
a member of the Wausau
Hall. Above: Wausau Vol-
unteer Fire Department
held its annual barbecue
fund-raiser, selling plates
and Boston Butts. The car
show was held at the First
Baptist Church, with the
winner chosen by the num-
ber of votes placed in the
small containers in front of
each vehicle.


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VMS sixth grader, Leon Howard tries
on Lineworker, Anthony Register's
safety gear.


Patty Grantham, Sneads District Office
Manager speaks to sixth grade math
students at Vernon Middle School about
her career at WFEC.


EVERYTHINGHALF PRICE ORLE


Hurricane Tax Holiday ends June 1


Governor Jeb Bush
signed legislation autho-
rizing Florida's second
annual -sales tax holiday
for hurricane preparedness
through June 1. Under the
legislation, no state or local
sales tax will be collected
on hurricane preparedness
items, including:
*Flashlights and portable,
self-powered light sources
- $20 or less.
*Portable radios, two-
way radios and weather-
band radios for $50 or
less.
*Flexible waterproof
sheeting (tarps) $50 or
less.
*Gas or diesel fuel con-
tainers $25 or less.
*Batteries $30 or less.
*Non-electrical food
storage coolers $30 or
less.
*Portable generators
- $1,000 or less.
*Carbon monoxide de-
tectors $75 or less.
*Storm shutter devices
- $200 or less.
*Cell phone batteries


- $60 or less.
"This legislation is an
incentive for Floridians to
stock up on supplies, as
well as a reminder to pre-
pare for the safety of their
families," said Senator
Carey Baker.
"We've learned the hard
way how important it is
to prepare early and thor-
oughly for hurricane sea-
son," said Representative
Ron Greenstein.
The Hurricane Prepared-
ness Sales Tax Holiday is
a key component of the
hurricane preparedness, re-
sponse and recovery budget
recommendations made by
Bush. The recommenda-
tions include new efforts
to significantly enhance
Florida's ability to prepare
for hurricanes, respond
quickly in the aftermath. of
a storm, recover from the
damage and impacts to the
economy and mitigate fu-
ture threats to public safety
and infrastructure.
The $565 million pack-
age includes funding to


harden county emergency
operations centers, make
.existing homes more
disaster resistant, install
permanent generators in
all special needs shelters,
create safe public shelter
for an additional 100,000
people, repair and rehabili-
tate homes in communities
severely impacted by the
2004 and 2005 storms and
raise public awareness.
"All indications are
that we will have another
active hurricane season,"
said Florida Division of
Emergency Management
Director Craig Fugate. "A
successful response starts
well before a storm makes
landfall with families,
communities and counties
planning and preparing for
a potential emergency."
The 2006 Atlantic Hurri-
cane Season begins on June
1. For more information on
the 2006 season, disaster
preparedness and the sales
tax holiday, please visit
www.myflorida.com or
www.FloridaDisaster.org.










2B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Mixon earns
Juris Doctor
Lance Mixon gradu-
ated from the Mississippi
College School of Law in
Jackson, Miss. on May 12,
receiving a Juris Doctor
degree. He is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Neal Mixon, Jr.
of Bonifay.
During his law school
career, Mixon served as
Clerk of the law school
chapter of Phi Alpha Delta,
a prestigious legal frater-
nity with a membership
roster that includes the
likes of former U.S. Presi-
dent Clinton, U.S. Senator
Trent Lott, and U.S. Su-
preme Court Justice Ste-
phen Breyer.
Mixon remains a mem-
ber of the American Bar
Association, the Asso-
ciation of Trial Lawyers of
America, the Mississippi'
Trial Lawyers Association,
and the National Associa-
tion of Criminal Defense
Lawyers.
In March, Mixon sat for
the Multistate Professional
Responsibility Exam and
received a score which
qualifies him for all ju-
risdictions in the U.S. He
will sit for the Mississippi
State Bar Exam in July and
plans to seek admission to
the Alabama Bar and the
Florida Bar in the foresee-
able future.
In 2007, he will attend


Madison
LeAnn Pe .
Josh' and Amanda Peel
announce the' birth of their
daughter. Madison LeAnn.
She was born at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center,
March 31, at 1:11 p.m. and
weighed seven pounds,
four ounces and was 20
inches long. Maternal
grandparents are Carl and
Wanda Owens of Chipley.
Paternal grandparents are
Sheldon and Patti Peel, also
of Chipley.
Maternal great-grand-
parents are Maitland and
the late Charles Owens
of Chipley and Bill and
Betty Carroll of DeFuniak
Springs and Danny and
Sue Rudd of Grand Ridge.
Paternal great-grandpar-
ents are Myrtle and the late
James Earl Peel, and Ruth
and the late Bill Fielding
all of Chipley. Maternal
great-great-grandmother
is Amanda (Mandie) Sapp.
Madison was welcomed
home by many friends and
family.


Watermelon Festival

coming up soon


Lance Mixon


the National College of
DUI Defense at Harvard
Law School in Cambridge,
Massachusetts to attain
professional expertise in
the defense of DUI-related
cases.
He is a 1998 graduate
of Bethlehem High School,
and he received an Associ-
ate of Arts Degree from
Enterprise State Junior
College in 2000.
He then earned a Bach-
elor of Science Degree in
Criminology with a minor
in Political Science from
Florida State University in
2002.
While still an under-
graduate student at Florida
State, he was selected as an
intern by the U.S. Secret
Service.
He resides in Jackson,
Miss. and is employed in
the downtown Jackson
offices of Carmody & As-
sociates, Attorneys at Law,
where he will begin his
criminal defense practice.


Delaney Grey
Donaldson
Jeff and Candace Don-
aldson announce the birth
of their daughter, Delaney
Grey. Delaney was born
May 17 at Flowers Hos-
pital in Dothan, Ala. She
weighed eight pounds 13
ounces and was 19-1/4
inches long.
Delaney was welcomed
home by her big sister
Savanna James and other
family and friends.


Chipola College theatre students recently toured the
Big Apple with the Learning on Location's Theatre
program in New York City. Pictured from left, are:
Chipola Theatre major and Washington County na-
tive, Kevin Russell; Tony, Golden Globe and Emmy
winner, Angela Lansbury and Director of Chipola
theatre, Charles Sirmon. The photo was taken after
a matinee performance Harry Connick, Jr.'s Tony-
nominated "The Pajama Game" on Broadway.
Theater students tour Broadway
Chipola College theatre students recently toured the
Big Apple with the Learning on Location Theatre pro-
gram in New York City.
Students attended Broadway shows "The Lion King"
and "Wicked," as well as the off Broadway hit, "The
Blue Man Group." The group was treated to a backstage
tour of the new Amsterdam Theatre home of "The Lion
King."
Students participated in a Master's Class with a cast
member from "Wicked." Daily tours of the city and sur-
rounding theatre district included Central Park, Ground
Zero, NBC and a dress rehearsal of Saturday Night
Live.
Chipola theatre director Charles Sirmon led the group
of students, which included: Mike Milton, Felecia Gib-
son, Katie Brown, Courtney Haile, Mary Kathryn Tan-
ner, Heath Carroll, Josh Barber, Kevin Russell, Anne
Gilmartin, Scott Boyle, Seth Basford, Kendra-Mayfield
and Stefanie Miller.

Holmes County Barfield of Chipley (the
Sme o grandmother of the chil-
Homecoming dren) said that account was
The Holmes County set up following Landry's
Homecoming Club invites injury in a boating accident
you to attend this year's in Panama City on Easter
40th Annual Homecoming Sunday.
meeting on Friday June 30 Landry suffered severe
at the Holmes County Ag- neck injuries and is hos-
ricultural Center. pitalized in Bay Medi-
There will be a time to i cal Center in the Spinal
visit and fellowship be- Intensive :Care Unit. For|
ginning' at '5':36'i pm. with informationo, call Barfield
dinner being served at 6: at 638-7727.
30 pm.
Please join us for this
special 40th Annual Home- TO ADVERTISE
coming meeting. .,
CALL


Fund set up
A fund has been set up at
Regions Bank for the chil-
dren of an accident victim
from Chipley.
Account Number
616756433 is in the name
of Donna Barfield Landry's
Children for the needs of
two of her children. Ellen


638-0212


The Panhandle Wa-
termelon Festival will
observe its golden anniver-
sary Saturday, June 24, at
the Agriculture Center in
Chipley. A cordial invita-
tion is extended to all resi-
dents and visitors by the
Washington County Tour-
ist Development Council
and the Watermelon Festi-
val Committee.

Pageant
Plans for the big event
have been underway for
some time. The Water-
melon Beauty Pageant is
scheduled for 12:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 10, in the
Ag Center auditorium. For
more details, call Carolyn
at (850) 638-8386.

Friday night
Activities will include a
Free Fun Night 6:30 p.m.
Friday, June 23, at North-
west Florida Campground.
Entertainment will include
the "Run'd Off' Band,
Dune Buggy the clown,
and games for children.

Saturday
The following events
are scheduled for Saturday,
June 25:
*A 5,000 meter run will
begin 7:30 a.m. at the
Washington/Holmes Tech-
nical -Center. For more
information, contact Stan
Owens at (850) 547-2422.
*The annual Pancake.
Breakfast will be served
by Panhandle Shrine Club
from 7-9 a.m. at the Shrine
club house. Tickets will be
$3.00 at the door.
*The big parade will
begin at 10 a.m. from the
old Chipley high school
and wenid' its way through
downtoWfrChipl6y. "There
is no registration, just be
there," says coordinator
Travis Pitts. Call him at
(850) 209-8067 for details.
*Entertainment in the
auditorium will begin at
10 a.m. with Emory Wells
as master of ceremonies.


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Sound will be by Master
Mix Recording and Sound.
The Kountry Folk Klog.
gers will be featured at
10 a.m. with The Millers
playing at 10:45. "Run'd
Off" will take the stage at
11:30.
*Contests for Kids will
be held on the grounds at
11:30 a.m. There'll be seed
spitting, watermelon eat-
ing and melon rolling. Lee
Ann will be in charge.
*Tournament style horse-
shoe pitching will begin
at 1 p.m. on the festival
grounds. See John Clag.
horn to join the competi.
tion.
*The big watermelon
auction will take place at
1 p.m. Some of the area's
biggest and best melons
will be sold during that
time. Entries may be made
from Thursday through 11:
30 a.m. Saturday by con-
tacting Andy Andreasen.
*At 2 p.m. bluegrass and
country music fans will
find a seat in the auditori-
um to sit back and listen to
Randy Kohrs, who lent his
harmony vocals and dobro
playing to Dolly Parton's
"Halos and Horns" album.
He has played on more
than 300 studio recordings.
working with artists like
Lynn Anderson, Jim Lau.
derdale, Tom T. Hall, and
Sherrie Austin.
All day Saturday, festival
visitors will sample a slice
of sweet, juicy water
melon, FREE. Young and
old will visit with Dune
Buggy, and enjoy the arts
and crafts shows. They
also will be able to visit the
antique car show on the
WHTC grounds (across the
street frbm the Ag: Center)(
or drive into downtown
Chipley where antique
shops, craft shops and
cafes will welcome them.
Specialty foods will be
available at booths on the
grounds. Those wanting
space for a booth may call
Judy at (850) 638-6180.


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WCCS
registration
Washington County
Christian School (WCCS)
is registering students for
the 2006-07 school year.
Classes are being offered
in kindergarten, three, four
and five years; Elementary,
first through fifth grades;
Middle, sixth, seventh and
eighth grades.
The school offers a
small teacher to student
ratio, therefore classes will
fill quickly.
WCCS is a non-profit,
non-denominational, pri-
vate Christian school.
Those interested should
call or visit the school at
1405 Brickyard Road to-
day. The phone number is
638-WCCS (9227).

Esto VFD
fund-raiser
The Esto Fire Depart-
ment will be holding a
raffle for a complete bed-
room outfit in beige, tans
and light brown colors, for
a king/queen size comfort-
er, dust ruffle, two pillow
shams, three throw pillows
and two complete sets of
curtains.
It can be seen at Friend-
ly Mini Market. Tickets
can be purchased there as
well as Auction Opry, Big
Daddy's Liquor, or by call-
ing Lee at 547-2342.
Price for the tickets are
one for $3,00 or two for
$5.00.
The drawing will be held
on July 29, from 12 2
p.m. at Esto Fire Depart-
ment. There will also be a
spaghetti dinner for $ 5.00
plate and a bake sale. To
pre-order, call 547-2342K i
The public is urged' to
go and help support the fire
department. All proceeds
go the Esto Fire Depart-
ment.

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.

Benefit in
New Hope
A benefit dinner for the
Homer Evans Commu-
nity Center/Shelter in New
Hope in Holmes County
will be held June 17 at
the center on Highway 2,
Westville, beginning at 11
a.m. on Saturday, June 17.
The meal will cost $5
a plate and consist of fish
or chicken, baked beans,
coleslaw, potato salad,
hushpuppies, cake, tea or
soft drink.
A hand-made quilt will
be auctioned off along with
cakes. All proceeds will
benefit the center. All do-
nations will be appreciated.
The public is encouraged
to attend and enjoy the
good food and fellowship.

Blood drives
It's time once again to
donate blood. Southeast-
ern Community Blood
Center bloodmobiles will
be at the following loca-
tions and times:
*Wednesday, May 31, at
the Bonifay Piggly Wig-
gly from 9 11 a.m. and
Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab from 12- 4:30 p.m.
*Friday, June 9, at Super


Wal-Mart, Chipley 10 a.m.
3 p.m.
The Marianna center
is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
Monday through Friday.
For information concern-
ing donating blood, medi-
cations, or medical condi-


tions, call (850) 526-4403,
fax (850) 526-7817 or
stop by the office at 2503
Commercial Park Drive in
Marianna.

Worley reunion
The Worley reunion will
be held on Sunday, June
11, at the Graceville Civic
Center from 10 a.m. until
2 p.m.
All relatives and friends
are. urged to attend and
take along their favorite
covered dish and drinks.
Plates, cups, and ice will
be furnished. There will
be entertainment by East
Mount Zion Musicians af-
ter the meal.

Transportation
meeting
Bay, Gulf Holmes, and
Washington Regional
Transportation Partnership
Executive Committee will
hold a transportation plan-
ning meeting on Monday,
June 5 at 1 p.m. at the Lynn
Haven City Hall. The pub-
lic is invited to attend. '
The agenda will include
the following topics:
*Transportation Regional
Incentive Program (TRIP)
overview.
*Status of Trip project
funding for FY2006-
FY2007.
*Public Forum; this is
an opportunity the public
to address transportation
issues.
For further information
or questions call Nick
Nickoloff at 1-800-226-
8914, ext 212, or nickolof
fn@wfrpc.dst.fl.us.
Reasonable accommo-
dations will be;made for
access to meeting in accor-
dance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act and
for language requirements
other than English. Call
Ellie Roberts at 1-800-226-
8914, ext 218, at least 48
hours in advance.

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Lake Superior Circle
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featuring places of interest
in Chicago, Ill. including
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Peninsula at Copper Har-
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The ;following students recently completed a test
prep course at Bonifay Nursing and Rehab Cen-
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State of Florida. Front row left to right: Joyce Pert,
Megan Best, Sebrina Browning; back row left to
right: Rachie Bodie, Instructor Melissa Watford,
R.N.; Heather Fleming, Jamison Cullipher, Crystal
Gery, Instructor is Glenna Padgett RN. This is a
two week course and it is an earn-while-you-learn
opportunity. Please contact Melissa Watford RN or
Glenna Padgett RN for information at 547-9289.


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Superior, Lake Huron,
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two Broadway plays, The
Color Purple and Dirty
Rotten Scoundrels, a din-
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River, Ellis Island, Statue
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Fifth Avenue and Macy's
Herald Square. a guided
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Head Start
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Council, Inc. Head Start
Program now accepting
applications.
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Council Head Start is a
non-profit organization
serving Holmes, Walton
and Washington Counties
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Children should be from
low-income households
and must turn three years
old by September 1, 2006
to be eligible for enroll-
ment.

Military news
Heather R. Singer has
joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program.
The program gives
young men and women the
opportunity to delay enter-
ing active duty for up to
one year. She is the daugh-
ter of Caro R. Sheffield of
Chipley.
Singer, a 2006 graduate,
of Jackson Academy of
Applied Technology, Mari-


anna, will report to Fort
Jackson, Columbia, S.C..
for active duty on June 15.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive
as much as $50,000 toward
a college education
The recruit qualifies for
a $1,000 enlistment bonus.

USDA loans
Through USDA, Rural
Development assistance is
available to qualified local
residents in Holmes, Wash-
ington, and eligible areas
of Bay County through the
agency's Home Repair and
Improvement Loan and
Grant Program.
Contact the local Rural
Development office at
(850) 638-1982, ext. 4.

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Awareness
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of Transportation (FDOT)
recently introduced the
Motorist Awareness Sys-
tem (MAS) to its contrac-
tors and the, traveling pub.
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4B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Pettis reunion
Descendants of Jesse
and Sarah Fowler Pettis
will hold a family reunion
beginning at 12 p.m., May
27, at Blue Springs rec-
reation area pavilion one,
Marianna. Descendants in-
clude their son, John Green
Pettis, his children, Louisa,
Alex, John Alvin, David
and Elizabeth and their
children, John, Charlie,
Jesse W., Silas, Joseph W.,
Annie and Allie and their
descendants.
All family member are
urged to attend and renew
relationships. Take your
favorite picnic/family re_-
union dishes and any fam-
ily information you want
to share. They are work-
ing on the Pettis family
genealogy.
For more information.
contact Martha Johnson
at (904) 278-5404 or (904)
505-3969.

WCSO website
Sheriff Bobby Had-
dock is pleased to an-
nounce the launch of the
new Washington County
Sheriff's Office Websire-at-
WWW.WCSo.us


National Nursing Home Week celebrated in Bonifay


Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab Center celebrated Na-
tional Nursing Home Week
May 14-19 with numerous
special activities. Member
facilities of American
Health Care Association
and Florida Health Care
Association sponsored the
week of observance honor-
ing the community's nurs-
ing home residents.
This year's theme was
"A Legend In Our Own
Time." The Bonifay facil-
ity honored some of their


This year's theme was "A Legend In Our Own Time."
The Bonifay facility honored some of their legends
with a display of pictures and residents history.
ago


legends with a display
of pictures and residents
history. Mother's Day fea-
tured a dessert buffet for all
mothers.
On Monday, Frederick
Howell Mayor of Bonifay
visited the facility, signing
a proclamation. Hug and
Smile Day was also cel-
ebrated.
On Tuesday, Game Day.
A Yahtzee and Uno tourna-
ment was held. In addition
the residents also enjoyed
a fish fry outside in the


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Wednesday was Dream Vacation Day. Residents were
treated to an island cruise which included captain
pictures souvenirs, seashell and treasure hunt and a
fruit buffet.


picnic area.
Wednesday was Dream
Vacation Day. Residents
were treated to an island
cruise which included
captain pictures souvenirs.
seashell and treasure hunt
and a fruit buffet.
Thursday was Family
Fun Day and a Camp-o-
Thon with smores. A Fam.
ily Night supper capped
the day's activities.
Friday there was a 50's
Day featuring a sock hop
with D.J. James and soft-
drink floats.


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Jesse F. Alsobrooks, 61
Jesse Francis "Danny"
Alsobrooks of Cottondale
died May 21 in Bay Medi-
cal Center, Panama City.
He had been a resident of
the area since 1944.
Alsobrooks worked with
the Washington County
Sheriff's Department from
1970-72, and then worked
with the City of Chipley
as an assistant police chief.
He was a member of FOP'
and PBA.
He was preceded in
death in January 2006 by
hii'wife, Ruth Alsobrooks:
his parents, Durant and
Josia Alsobrooks; and
four brothers, Earl Owens,
Wayne Owens, Jimmy Rit-
ter and James Creamer.
Survivors include two
sons and a daughter-in-
law, Randy and Sandee
Alsobrooks of Panama
City, and Jesse Francis
'Brooks" Alsobrooks Jr. of
Cottondale; two daughters
and sons-in-law, Rachel
Dawn and Jose Reyes, Sar-
ah Lee and Scott Candee,
all of Panama City; step-
mother, Dollie Alsobrooks
of Chipley; a brother, Ron-
nie Owens; five sisters,
Louise. Hughes, Carolyn
Kornegay, Ann Gates,
Marie Jackson and Juanita
King; three step-sisters,
Betty, Del and Dorothy;
three step-brothers, Buddy,
Junior and Rex; and eight


grandchildren.
Services were May 24
in the funeral home chapel
with Pastor Jackie Register
officiating.
Burial followed in
Piney Grove Cemetery
with Marianna Chapel Fu-
neral Home of Marianna in
charge of arrangements.
Edith Davison, 93
Edith M. Davison,
formerly of South Lon-
donderry, Vt., died May 21
at Marianna Rehabilitation
Center. She was born Oct.
16. 1912. in Manlius, N.Y.,
daughter of Er\\in Cook
and Mildred Fraiser Cook.
She was the widow of
Charles Davison, who pre-
deceased her in 1959. She
also was preceded in death
by a daughter, Beverly
Cobb, who died Feb. 17,
2006, and a brother, Albert
Cook.'
Davison worked for
Stratton Corp. for more
than 25 years. She enjoyed
watching the Red Sox
baseball team. She was
a bird watcher, and also
spent time working in her
flowers.
Survivors include two
daughters and sons-in-law,
Doris and Henry Merrow,
Charlotte and William Vo-
gel, all of Cottondale, three
sons, Dennis Davison,
Douglas Davison, Donald
Davison, all of South Lon-
donderry; a brother, Fred-


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numerous grandchildren,
great-grandchildren, and
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years and was retired as a
heavy equipment operator
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Buford Keel, and a brother,
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daughters, Tamatha Batch-
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Tara Ledford and husband,
Eddie, of Ellijay, Ga.; his
mother, Doris Keel of
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Yvonne, of Lawrenceville,
Ga.; four sisters and three
brothers-in-law, Virginia
and Gordon Laramore of
Marianna, Patricia and
Charles Griffin of Chat-
tahoochee, Libby Keel
of Lynn Haven, Rebecca
,and Raymond Burns
of Fountain; one sister-


in-law, Cynthia Keel of
Lawrenceville, Ga.; five
grandchildren and numer-
ous nieces and nephews.
Graveside services were
held May 26 in Cotton-
dale Methodist Cemetery
with the Rev. Jack Brock
officiating,- and James &
Sikes, Maddox Chapel of
Marianna directing.
Sara D. Cornwall, 57
Sarah Deline Cornwall
of Bonifay died May 24 at
her residence there.
She was preceded in
death bN her parents, Wil-
liamn and Mettie Rogers
and a sister, Wilma Sapp.
Survivors include her
husband Steve G. Corn-
wall of Bonifay; four
sons, Robby French and
wife Vera of Wausau, Ste-
ven Cornwall and Allen
Cornwall both of Starke,
and Edward Cormwall
of Dothan, Ala.; three
daughters, Neva French of
Marietta, Ga., Danielle Py-
from and Angela Turknett
and husband John all of
Bonifay; six brothers and
sisters-in-law, Jerry and
Elsie Rogers of Mulberry,
Barney and Joyce Rogers
of Panama City, Dallas
and Marianna Rogers of
Rockhill, S.C., Lowell and
Sheila Rogers of Wausau,
Tunny and Katie Rogers
of White City, and Frankie
and Dorell Webb of New
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Taylor of Wausau; and 12
grandchildren.
Services were held May
27 at the funeral home
chapel with the Rev. Tullis
Moon officiating,
with Peel Funeral Home
of Bonifay in charge of ar-
rangements.
Willard M. Ammons, 73
Willard Mason Ammons
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death by his parents, Henry
and Alice Irene Ammons,
brothers, Kenneth. Archie
and Ray Anmmons.-and his
wife Juanita Ammons. He
is survived by four broth-
ers, Joe, Truman and Jack
Ammons all of Ponce de
Leon, and Cecil Ammons
and wife Faye of Westville;
two sisters, Sue Gavin of
Freeport, and Mary Roark
and husband Herschel of
Bruce; and several nieces
and nephews.
Graveside services were.
held May 26 at Red Bay
City Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home directing.
Grace E. Hamm, 92
Grace Hamm of Sneads
died May 25 in Marianna.
She was born in Bonifay,
January 26, 1914 and was


a lifelong resident of Jack.
son County, residing in
Sneads since 1949.
Hamm was a member
of the Sneads Pentecostal
Holiness Church and was a
pianist and secretary/trea.
surer for approximately 45
years.
Her husband of 48 years.
Albert Hamm preceded her
in death along with two
daughters, Jeanette Oelke
and Kathleen Hewett; and
her parents.
Survivors include four
daughters. Elsie Landrum
of Tallahassee. Pansy Hol
loman of Live Oak, Ger.
trude Brown and Margaret
Zeigler both of Sneads;
three sons, Gerald Hamm
of Sneads, Gill and Eugene
"Peanut" Hamm both of
Dellwood; one sister, Etha
Bernice Beauchamp of
Sneads; 31 grandchildren;
52 great-grandchildren; 19
great-great-grandchildren.
Services were held May
28 at Sneads Pentecostal
Holiness Church with Rev.
Jimmy Wright officiating.
Burial followed in Pope
Cemetery with James &
Sikes Funeral Home, Mad.
dox Chapel of Marianna
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Wednesday, May 31, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, 5B


WEDNESDAY, MAY 31
CLOSED: Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Ghipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot meals and so-
cialization.
10:30 a.m.-Chipley Garden Club luncheon/meeting, held at The Cake
Connection. Call 638-2111 for information.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (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, JUNE 1
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.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot meals and so-
cialization
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (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 Ag-
ing Building in Bonifay.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
4 p.m.-Chipley City Council workshop, held at Chipley City Hall.
4:30 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 New Hope Volunteer Fire
Station, located on Hwy. 2 in Holmes County.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2
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 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes Council on Aging provides bingo, exercise.
games, activities, hot meals and socialization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (locatedin 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 Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.
SATURDAY, JUNE 3
CLOSED: Wausan Library.
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.


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9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley Library open.
7-10 p.m. Geneva Senior Citizens Dance atGeneva Community Cen-
ter, North Iris St., every Saturday for those 21 and older, "oldfashioned"
country music by Porter's Wiregrass Express Band froibPon.e de Leon.
Admission is $3, 50-50 give-away, refreshments, no smoking or alcohol.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at BethlehemMasonic Lodge,
located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County.
SUNDAY, JUNE 4
1 p.m.-Abate of Florida, a Motorcyclist Rights Organization, meets at
2229 Bonifay-Gritney Road. For information call 850-548-5187.
8p.m.-AlcoholicsAnonymous meeting, held in the boardroom atGraceville
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, JUNE 5
CLOSED: Holmes County Library, Wausau Library, Vernon Li-
brary.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides bingo, exercise,
games, activities, hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck Wagon Res-
taurant in Chipley.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals, held at
Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook,
638-8418.
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 Aenue. apartment one. in ChipleN
Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
7 p.m.-Esther Masonic Lodge No. 144. Bonifa.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Cathdlic
Church, located on Hwy. 177 A. Bon i fav. '
TUESDAY, JUNE 6
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 Pennylvatnia Ave.
in Bonmfay.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on Aging provides hot meals and
socialization.
SI a.m.- Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reser% nations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
5:30 p.m.-Widows' Support Group meeting, held at Chuck Wagon Res-
taurant 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.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.


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SOD SOD SOD Quality SHRUBS ONLY $1.871
you can depend onl Irr- Summer color, Althea
gated, weed & pest con- (Rose of Sharon) and
trolled. Centipede and St. Crape Myrtles on sale! All
Augustine. Delivery and Ways Growin' Nursery,
installation available. 8 lic#47222563, Tuesday
mi. SW of Chipley for thurSaturday, 1658 Hwy
easy customer hauling! 177-A, 850-547-2938
Call anytime! Billy & Leo-
la Brock. (850)638-1202 LEOLA BROCK NURS-
or (850)326-1500 ERIES LLC. Plants, trees
& shrubs. Landscape
39 FT 5TH Wheel RV, design, l landscape con-
fully self contained. King tracing, irrigation sys-
size bed with fireplace, teams. r1788 White Road,
paid $67,000 asking Bonifay, FL 32425
$48,000. 836-4305; 259- (Washington County)
0442 (850)638-1 202;
YAMAHA (850)326-1500.
4-WHEELER 2003 TRANSPLANT NURS-
Yamaha Warrior 350, six ERY HAS the following in
speed, very fast, must many sizes and colors of
see. $2000 obo. Call Crape Myrtles,
547-4903 Hydranges, Bleeding
SOD FOR SALE on the Heart, Angels Trumpet,
farm, delivered or in- Blazing Star, Weeping
stalled. Centipede and Willow, Native Azaleas,
419 Bermuda. WEST Blueberry, Jap Magnolia,
FLORIDA TURF Roses, Encore Azaleas,
(850)638-4860; Dwarf Japanese Red
(850)415-0385. Estab- Maple, Loropetalum, and
lished 1980. my own Cultivars
NEWCOMPUTER$1 Duncan Kumquat,
NEW COMPUTER $199 Duncan Daylily, Duncan
Everything you need to Orchid Vine and others.
upgrade for more speed. Come see us first or last.
Just add your HD. 258- Transplant Nursery. 1511
8073 Highway 90, Chipley,
1995 FLEETWOOD Florida 32428.
20FT pop-up camper
with NC, gas stove, elec-
tric, sleeps 6. 638-0983, U I UR
leave message. BED CHERRY SLEIGH
2005 OPEN ROAD 39ft bed solid wood new in
5th wheel, self contained. box $250. (850)222-2113
King size bed, & fire-
place. So nice you could COUCH & loveseat
live in it! Take over pay- brand new leather still
ments. 836-4305; 259- wrapped, lifetime war-
0442 ranty, can deliver. $1900
suggested list, must sell
SNARE DRUM LIKE $795. Delivery available.
new, $125. (850)548-, (850)545-7112.

LIKE NEW 14-16 cubic NEW 6 piece set, cornm-
ft. Roper Whirlpool Re- plete. All new in boxes
frigerator $250 obo. pe (8,0)nw 77i8
(850)263-0835 $550. (850)222-7783
ONEAXLE TRAILER for FURNITURE Low&
sale 3 new tires. $250. MATTRESSES Low,
GE Electric stove 30" low, low overhead guar-
$125. Side by side antees low, low, lowpric-
Whirelpool refrigerator es. P&S Discount Fumi-
$150 see at 471 1st ture, Chipley. (Since
Street, Chipley. 638- 1973) 850-638-4311
1246 $150 BED QUEEN pil-
COLOR COPIES $1. low top mattress set with
COPIES 150 Washing- warranty, all new in plas-
ton County News, down- tic, can deliver. (850)
town Chipley. 222-7783.
ANDY'S TRADING BED A NEW full brand
POST open everyday, name mattress & base in
Furniture, tools, misc, plastic with warranty,
electronics, metal car- $120. (850)545-7112
ports & sheds of all sizes.
2299 Victory Rd & Hwy A BRAND NEW king
77. 773-1988 pillowtop mattress set
K&L FARMS $250. In sealed plastic
Fresh vegetables, sweet with warranty. Can de-
corn, tomatoes, peas, liver. (850)425-8374.
cantaloupes, watermel- COUCH & loveseat
ons. Open Mon-Sat, microfiber. Stain resis-
8am-6pm. Closed Sun- tant, all new, lifetime war-
day. 638-1119. 260- ranty, can deliver. Sug
5003. K&L Farm retail $1250. Sell $475.
S(850)425-8374
DINING ROOM BEAU-
CYCLES TIFUL new table, 6
chairs and china cabinet.
2003 HONDA Suggested retail $1800,
GOLDWING 48,000 sell $850, still boxed, can
miles, silver color, CB, deliver. (850)222-2113
AM/FM radio, helmet w/ EDROOM SET A kin
speakers included. BEDROOM SET A king
$12,000. 638-4251 bed, chest, TV armoire,
2 nightstands, brand
2005 YAMAHA 650 like new, still boxed, sug-
new. Under 500 miles. gested retail $3500, sac-,
Windshield, saddlebags, rifice $1000. Can deliver.
must sell. $5500 firm. (850)9879
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REGISTERED SADDLE
BRED 7 yr old Mare
Show Champion,
Chesnut & White, Gated
5 Ways $3000, Regis-
tered Paint 9 yr old Sor-
rel Overo Great Bloodline
& Brood Mare $2000.
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4305




MAPHIS TREE FARM &
Nursery. We still have
lots of landscape plants,
hanging baskets, fruit
trees & some citrus in-
cluding sour kumquats,
Persian lime & ruby red
grapefruit. Leyland cy-
press for blinds or just to
decorate your your yard
for Christmas. The gift
shop is open and we
have homemade jellies,
honey from our own
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Sat, 9am-5pm,
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Hill Highway, Chlpley.
Lic#47235635


2000 BRONZE CHEVY
Malibu. 55,000 miles,
AC, CD player, tinted
power windows, new
stock speakers. Like
new! $10,000. Call 849-
1143
98 CHEVY MONTE
Carlo LS, 2 door Coupe,
navy, loaded, new tires,
52,000 miles, great con-
dition, $4600. (850)638-
1387
87 MERCEDES 420SEL
new trans-Alt, recent
valve job. $6995. neg.
527-1722, leave mes-
sage.
1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
seats seven, excellent
shape inside & out, cold
air, loaded $5995. 547-
9233
2002 BLUE FORD Mus-
tang. Leather interior, six
CD player, cruise, elec-
tric seats & windows.
Four new tires, 77,000
miles. $9,000. obo.
(850)258-4560
1997 CHRYSLER CONW
CORD for sale $1850.
Call 638-4345 after 5pm
or leave message.


PLANTS &
NURSERY I


I FOR SALE I


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
FOR SALE 1976 El
Camino in good condi-
tion considering the age.
$2500. Call 547-4340
1997 CHEVROLET
TRUCK ext cab, V6,
220,000 miles. $4500.
Call 547-5062 or
(850)527-4363
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.'
1991 SEDAN DEVILLE
for sale. 638-1090 after
6pm.
1998 BUICK REGAL
GS, red, gray leather in-
terior, 4.0L3800 Series II
Supercharged engine,
83,000 miles, air, $7000.
(850)260-1149
FOR SALE 1997 Silver
Camaro, T-Tops, 65K
miles $10,500. 547-
3545
2005 BURGUNDY MUS-
TANG leather interior, six
CD layer, cruise, electric
seats & windows. Still
under factory warranty.
$18,500.obo (850)258-

4428
93 MAZDA MX6 $1000
as is., 547-2401
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
2001 FORD EXPLORER
white, automatic, lully
loaded, 6 CD changer,
running boards, custom-
ized bra, $8000.
(334)588-3141, cell
(850)418-0031
1987 LINCOLN
TOWNCAR 109,000
miles, runs good, new
exhaust, 302 engine,
good tires, for more infor-
mation call 638-1311.
$750
92 CHEVY CAPRICE
Classic SW. Fully loaded,
seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
for Karl. 547-4465
1979 CAMARO motor &
transmission has been
rebuilt. Body needs
some work. Lots of parts!
$1000. 638-9871 after
6pm
2000 LINCOLN TOWN
CAR Signature Sedan,
one owner (non-smoker),
garage kept, 52,300
miles, excellent condi-
tion. $12,000. 638-0213
Wayne.
1979 CORVETTE
Eveything brand new!
Must see to appreciate.
415-6820 $8000 or trade
for pick-up of equal
value.




1989 FORD F-150 PU,
115,000 miles, runs great
$2000. 535-2608
96 JEEP CHEROKEE
excellent condition, Chi-
pley area. Red, $4000
firm. Call anytime
(352)535-5896
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head turner with 7 seats.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
12,000 miles; $26,000.
850-638-8882.
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine stereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3
V6, AT, AC, PW, 4-door,
very clean, $4500.
(850)260-1612
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000
miles, tan in color,
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. 8OBO. 547-
0765, 527-4246


Qualified buyers
needing a home:
2000+ sq. ft. home
-with 2-5 acres close
to Bonifay.
Call Cissy at
768-0320 if you have
this type home.


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1999 DODGE RAM
1500 V6 Magnum. Fully
loaded, mag wheels,
cruise control, stereo,
spray in bedliner, new
tires, 80,000 miles. Ex-
cellent condition. $9900.
535-0242
1998 FORD F150 good
condition,. call for further
information. (850)535-
4945
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package. New
pts. $5500. Call Terry
547-3646. 7am-5pm.
2002 GMC YUKON XLT,
loaded, front & side
airbags, sunroof, leather,
third row seating, 17-21
MPG, great buy $15,500.
OBO. (850)326-0911 or
(850)773-2583
99 FORD 150 XL Super
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97,500 miles.
Asking $9000.547-0150;
326-3123
99 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, leather, power win-
dows, locks, CD & cas-
sette, running boards. V-
6, $7000. Call 596-3774
1979 CHEV C10 pickup,
LB, V8, 350CC, 83,903
org miles, good tires,
power steering, brakes,
windows, serious inquir-
ies only. 638-2738
CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/
4 ton, Heavy Duty, tow
package. 350 motor, AT,
PS, PB, new paint, parts
& battery, 850-547-0448
93 FORD AEROSTAR
extended van, runs
great, good condition.
$3000. 535-4898
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-
door. $9500. 263-3105
evenings.
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396
.1995 FORD F-150.XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
1970 GMC SUBURBAN
350, AT, PS, PB. New
paint, tires, runs great,
ready for car show.
$4900. OBO. 638-4682
1994 FORD RANGER 4
cyl., 5 speed, cold air,
excellent condition,
$3,500 obo, after 3p.m.,
726-0193
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT, 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
1260
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
96 FORD DULLY F350
gooseneck, brake sys-
tem, trim package,
bedliner, excellent condi-
tion $12,500. 535-2276
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
motor, built, large cam,
runs good, body has
some rust, show its age
$1500. OBO. 547-0929
FOR SALE 87 Dodge
Ram 250 Van. Good me-
chanical condition.
Makes excellent work
van, $1250. Call eve-
nings after 5:30. 535-
9800
2001 CHEVROLET
SILVERADO Z-71,
green, ext. cab, grille
guard, full power, nerf
bars, tool box, 88,000
miles. (850)260-5914;
(850)638-7511
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.
547-2180
FOR SALE 2001 Ford
Expedition XLT, loaded,
64,000 miles, $12,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
& 8pm only. No collect
calls.


I REALES


S{ t e. SBETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
oC'iuntry- (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 547-3510



40 AC Ranch 2 homes, pasture, barns $389,000
9+ AC 3 BR, 2 BA home, pond, paved $149,900
2 AC 3 BR, 1.5 BA brick Reduced $87,800
40 Acres Wooded $200,000
3 BR home golf front $1509,900
4+ AC 4 BR home, fenced $74,900
1 AC 3 BR, 2 BA brick Reduced $155,000
6 BR, 2 BA home, 10 ac, pond $225,000
60 AC land $228,000 10 AC Wooded $69,900
46+ ac barn, cabin, well, pasture, pond $322,000


2000 DODGE 2500 Ram
Wagon V-8, PW, PL, ste-
reo, dual A/C, 23,000
miles, very clean, must
sell, make offer. 850-
773-7737
2002 FORD RANGER
king Cab, step side, 6 cd
changer, power windows
and doors, like new.
$12,000 (pay off) 850-
373-7755
1999 FORD EXPEDI-
TION XLT. Good condi-
tion., $6500. Call 850-
638-0651 or 850-258-
3435. If no answer,
please leave a message.
2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles,
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. (334)699-2382
1974 CHEVY
CHEYENNE Super 20,
"a heavy duty toy hauler"
350/350, recent recondi-
tioned ground up. $8700.
773-1818, after 5pm
2002 FORD EXPLORER
XLT, excellent condition,
fully loaded, keyless en-
try, leather, dark sage
green. 81,000' miles.
$12,500. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
1998 OLDSMOBILE
SILHOUETTE Van dual
air, CD player, leather,
etc. Tan, 77,000 miles.
Must see and drive to ap-
preciate. 638-1138
96 F-150 loaded, $4000.
547-2401
1999 ISUZU AMIGO
Convertible, brand new
clutch, transmission,
starter, timing belts. Ask-
ing $6500. 773-5720,
leave message
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. $12,000.
(850)579-2977
2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6,
89'000 miles, good con-
dilion, gray cloh internor,
white exterior, $13,000
OBO. 547-0899
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




BRICK, 3 BEDROdM, 2
bath, Hwy 77, 3 miles
South of Chipley, call
Milton for information
850-638-1858
MUST BE MOVED re-
modeled home. 2BR/
1BA, approx. 1200 sq.ft.
$15,000. (850)527-3423
2240 SQ FT home for
sale. Must be Mnoved.
Make offer. Call 547-
1001




"GULF FRONT
CONDO" Thomas Drive,
local owner, great rates
to local renters, 2BR/
2BA, sleeps 6, April thru
May at $695/wk plus tax.
638-1336 or 850-276-
0091
OLD FARM HOME on 2
acres, 3 BR, 1 BA, edge
of Washington County
near Alford. $400 month,
references required.
(850) 579-4317
3BR/1BA $475/MO 462
Martin Luther King. No
pets. 638-8572
BONIFAY HUGE 3BR/
2BA $600/mo, $600 se-
curity deposit. (850)951-
2984 or (850)699-3599
CHIPLEY 3BR/1BA
HOUSE CH/A, water,
sewer & garbage & stor-
age bldg included. $550/
month, $300/dep. 814-
2625


TRI-COUNTY
REALTY
1103 S. Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL
(850) 547-4480
Experienced
Trained Agents
Introducing
Our NeweEt
Realtor

DOUG
547-5457 BUSH
John Alford..... 547-2737

James Wilson. 773-3655
(SUNNY HILLS)
Mary Coleman 547-3181

Robert Smith.. 547-4480
Free Market Analysis




GREAT 1031 EX-
CHANGE PROPERTY
Beautiful 83 ac cattle
farm in Jackson Co. Per-
fect rural setting, rolling
hills and terraced pas-
ture land, covered by
Majestic Oaks, Magnolia
and Pecan trees. Zoned
AG2, this property can be
subdived into 1 ac
homesites or kept intact
for your personal enjoy-
ment. Quarter mile front-
age on Holmes Creek,
natural springs.
$665,500. (sub-divide as
follows) 40 ac parcel A
(with house barns)
$329,000.20 ac parcel 1-
A (with house barns)
$189,000.20 ac parcel 2-
A $169,000.43ac parcel
B (on creek) $365,000.
Call 638-13836- :
OFFICE SPACE FOR
rent, corner of Hwy 90 &
Third St., Chipley. Clean,
attractive, & ample park-
ing. Call (850)638-2222
FOR RENT GRAZING
LAND 43 acres located
on Fowler and Lavista
Rd in Jackson Cd.
Fenced, cross fenced
and water. Bahaia and
Costal grass. Call 638-
1336
STONE HOUSE COM-
MERCIAL property for
lease, excellent location,
Main Street, Chipley.
Approximately 2000
sq.ft. Available May 1,
2006. (850)527-4316
LOCATED IN A great
neighborhood in the
middle of the school dis-
tricts. Utilities available.
125 ft width x 250 ft
length lot for sale. 1382
South Blvd. Chipley.
(850)638-1457
BY OWNER 19 acres of
scattered planted pines 3
miles North of Bonifay of
Hwy 79 with 660' ft front-
age, excellent plact to
build or investment. Price
$190,000. Call Richard
@ 850-547-2637
LEISURE LAKES
GATED community. 3.7
ac corner lot. Corner of
Turkey Run & Partridge.
Asking $79,900. FSBO
535-0311
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
WE BUY HOUSES
Cash! Any condition,
price. Help with foreclo-
sure. Moving? Divorced?
Estate? We can help. 1-
800-735-5092
PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT Let us
manage your real estate
investment while you
watch it generate income
and increase in value!
Tri County Realty
1103S. Waukesha St.,
Bonifay. (850)547-4480


FRous REALTOR .
Cell: 768-0320









HOUSE TRAILER FOR
rent 2br/1ba, call 547-
2043
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
mobile home in mobile
home park, $385 with
$300 deposit, near Boni-
fay Elementary School,
town & recreational area.
547-3746
MOBILE HOMES FOR
rent in Cottondale on
Sapp Rd, 8 mi east of
Chipley. 3/2 & 2/2 avail-
able Total electric. ,258-
4868:- 209-8847
MOBILE HOME ON Por-
ter Lake, 1 acre with boat
dock, pets Ok, 2BR/1 BA,
$550/month, $300/de-
posit. (850)913-6146
3 BEDROOM MOBILE
home for rent. $350 per
month. First and last
month required. No in-
side pets. 547-5970.
Bethlehem Community.
FOR RENT 2 BR, 1 BA
trailer Ponce de Leon,
$275 month. 850-642-
1678
CLEAN NICE 3BR/2BA
mobile home, CH/A, car-
pet, ceiling fans, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher,
no pets, yards main-
tained,. deposit & refer-
ences. Fill out application
@ The Westerner, Chip-
ley. 638-1124
NICE CLEAN 3BR/2BA
mobile homes for rent, all
electric, CH/A. 850-638-
9228



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.



BUILDING DOWN-
TOWN FOR rent. Main
Street, Chipley. 638-
1918
MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance. 5
acres or more for houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Houston Rd., Duncan
Community Rd., Buddy
Rd. Four (5) acres &
Four (10) acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner fi-
nancing or cash. Low
down payment, low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-
tion 850-638-1858


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd. Bonifay, FL
(8501547-4784 Cell 8501951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
4 BR Country Home on huge 1.25 ac corner lot,
new carpet & tile $104,900 Cleared, surveyed
and ready, 5.1 acs $40,000 Surveyed country
property, close to town, 6.65 acs reduced $53,900
Brick 3/2 on 3.43 acres, paved rd, new metal
roof, new cabinets, lots of extras $169,900 10.5
Acs, cleared field, woods, improvements $89,900
Lot & 1/2 on lake, cleared and ready for home
$98,500 City lot $19,900 17 acs, mostly
cleared, pond $136,000 120 ac tree farm,
seasonal crk branch, lots of frontage $510,000
100 acs $420,000 60 acs $240,000.
Lwww.carolecannonrealty.comni


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AR WnQhinntnn r-mintv Npwq/Hnlmas Countv Times-Advertiser. Wednesday. May 31. 2006


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LOTS FOR SALE @ Big
Pine Camp Sites.
(850)535-4398



I BUY GOLD & silver
coins. Will pay above
spot/value. Call Allen for
estimates. 877-809-8715
toll-free. '




BIG YARD SALE June 2
& 3. Nice plus size
clothes, etc... 507 W.
Montana Ave., Bonifay.
8-until. More stuff Sat.
ESTATE SALE 1768
Quintara Ct, Sunny Hills.
3 miles from entrance.
Fri. 6/2, 8-4. Sat. 6/3 8-
4. Furniture, dishes, yard
& misc. items.
BIG CHURCH BUILD-
ING fund yard sale, Sat.,
June 3. 7am-2pm at the
Medicine Shop Phar-
macy, 507 West Hwy 90,
Bonifay. (850)956-2119.
GARAGE SALE MOV-
ING sale, 2 families 1109
Pine Bluff Dr, Chipley.
Sat, June 3. 8am-12
noon.
LARGE ABANDONED
GOODS sale. Huge
building full of items at
yard sale prices. Friday
& Saturday, June 2 and
3rd, 2006. 8am-5pm. Lo-
cated on the bypass
(Maple Avenue) Geneva,
AL. near courthouse
YARD SALE SAT June
3, 8am-until, 2201 Pio-
neer Rd, 1 block west of
caution light in Wausau.
Proceeds to Wausau PH
Church building fund.
YARD SALE JUNE 2nd
& 3rd, 8am-lpm. Bag
sale 12:30 Saturday. St.
Matthews Episcopal
Church,-acrosss.from Ag
center.' 0Lis'of good stuff
for sale. Benefits our
building fund. Home
baked goods, also for
sale by ERA Chipola Re-
alty to benefit Habitat for
humanity..
YARD SALE 306 & Vir-
giniaAve, Fri & Sat, June
2 & 3.8-3. Don't miss this
one, lots of good stuff.



EAGLE AUCTION &
TRADING POST 3312
Main St., Vernon, Florida.
Auction 7pm. Thursday &
Saturday. Trading Post
open Thursday, Friday &
Saturday. General auc-
tion sellers & buyers wel-
come. (850)624-1601;
(850)774-4688. We buy/
sell your estates. No buy-
ers premium. AB2443;
AU2731
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 & Saturday.
Music at 5pm, Friday.
Auction at 7pm. Satur-
day MiscAuction @ 2pm.
Goat & chicken auction
@ 5pm. Hwy 79, Esto,
Florida. Maxie Yates
Auction Co. (850)263-
7500. AU3017, AB2343


BEST PRICES AROUND ON


Redmon14x70, 2 BR,2 BA $17,900
00 Redmon 28x56,3 BR,2 BA ................. $38,900
Redmon28x64, 3 BR,2 BA $31,900
99 Bellcrest 24x56,3 BR,2 BA..............$32,900
Must See! 96 Redmon 28x80,4 BR 2 BA $42,900
03 Fleetwood 28x8o,4 BR,2 BA .............. $51,900
98 Redmon 28x56,3 BR,2 BA .................$34,900
97 General 24x52,3 BR,2 BA ...................$31,900
All Homes Include Delivery, Set-Up, A/C, Steps, Plumbing & Skirting









ndSat. 10 a. m.- p.m. ,
(SeeOur isply Mo els


ESTATE ANTIQUE AND
Collectibles Auction Sat-
urday, June 10, 2006,
9am. Stanley's Auction
Barn, a mile East of
Greenwood, Fl. For more
information, John
Stanley (850)594-5200.
AU-044/AB-491




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.
NHC HOMECARE
QUALITY Care is Our
Business. Full Time LPN,
PRN, LPN. Are you look-
ing for a great work envi-
ronment with opportuni-
ty for flexibility?NHC
HomeCare of Chipley if
a busy Medicare agency
and has immediate
openings for a full time
LPN and PRN/LPN to
care for our homebound
patients in Chipley and
surrounding areas. Con-
tract ST Contact MSW
Our Chipley Homecare
program is also seeking
a Contract Speech Ther-
apist & Contract Medical
Social Worker to care for
our homebound patients
in Chipley and surround-
ing areas. Interested par-
ties may fax their resume
tp 850-638-1635 Attn:
Melissa Finch, Adminis-
trator, or may apply local-
ly, at NHC Homecare
1513 Hwy 90, Chipley,
FL EOE, DFWP.
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,
Inc., PO Box 627, Chi-
pley, FL 32428 or pick up
application form at office,
1364 N. Railroad Ave.
HELP WANTED GRILL
Cook, Kitchen Help,
dishwasher, evenings
Tues-Sat. 535-1555
ANNOUNCEMENT OF
VACANCY Position
School Psychologist.
Qualifications: (1) Mas-
ter's Degree from and
accredited educational
institution. (2) Certified as
School Psychologist and
appropriate licensure by
the State of Florida. (3)
Internship in a school
setting preferred. (4)
work experience in a
school setting preferred.
Terms of employment:
196 days per year, 7 1/2
hour day. Salary: based
on Washington County
School Board application
and resume to: Jenny
Strickland, ESE Coordi-
nator 652 Third Street,
Chipley, Florida 32428.
(850)638-6222. Dead-
line: June 13, 2006












Wednesday, May 31, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advettiser, 7B


HELP WANTED Full
breeder farm worker egg
collector with benefits.
Must be reliable. Call
(850) 956-1224
POSITION: ARTHRO-
POD MAINTENANCE
Crewman. The City of
Chipley is accepting ap-
plications for a temporary
full-time position for an
Arthropod Maintenance
Crewman. Minimum
Qualifications: General
manual labor in various
ground an other main-
tenance activities. Skills
in operation and main-
tenance of equipment
and tools related to the
position. Mail or hand de-
liver application and or
resume to City Clerk, City
Chipley, PO Box 1007,
Chipley, Florida 32428.
Deadline: Wednesday,
June 7, 2006, 4:00 PM,
CST, EOE.Drug Free
Workplace.
THE HOLMES
COUNTY Development
Commission/Chamber of
Commerce is seeking an
Executive Director. This
position provides strate-
gic leadership and*guid-
ance in economic devel-
opment efforts in Holm-
es County, located in
Northwest Florida bet-
ween Pensacola and Tal-
lahassee and 30 miles
north of the Gulf of Mex-
ico. The county includes
.five municipalities and
has a population off ap-
proximately 19,000. A
Bachelor,s degree in
Public or Business Ad-
ministration, or Econom-
ic Development (or a re-
lated field) and a mini-
mum of three years of
progressively responsi-
ble economic experience
or documented compa-
rable work experience is
required. Outstanding in-
terpersonal and commu-
nication skills, computer
literacy and sound finan-
cial expertise required.
Attractive salary/benefits
package is available.
Deadline for receipt of
applications is June 9,
2006 with an effective
date of August 1, 2006.
For an application pack-
et e-mail hcdc@wfeca.net
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
HELP WANTED EXPE-
RIENCED cook. Night
shift, full-time position.
Apply in person at
Blitch's restaurant, Hwy
79 &
1-10, Bonifay.
FAST GROWING COM-
PANY looking for driving
position to help with ser-
vicing patients. Medical
background a plus. Also
looking for RT for con-
tract services, part and or
fulltime. Excellent ben-
efits. Call for an inter-
view: 850-547-2273
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.
POSITION AVAILABLE
F/T Dental Assistant @
Dr. Swindles' Office 547-
4225
MEME & PA'S Pre-
school has one position
available. Teacher for 2
yr old class. Call or come'
by. 547-1444. 605 S.
Depot St., Bonifay.
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

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-
penters. Please come by
and fill out an application:
Reed Concrete & Con-
struction, Inc. 850-547-
5767 or fax 850-547-
3677
POSITION STREET
CREWMAN I. The City
of Chipley is accepting


applications for a Street
Crewman I. Minimum
Requirements: Knowl-
edge of general and
ground maintenance pro-
cedures, including skill in
operation and main-
tenance of equipment
and tools. Education and
experience: high school
diploma or possession of
an acceptable equivalen-
cy diploma. Valid Florida
Commercial "B" driver's
license. Deadline: open
until filled. EOE. Drug
Free Workplace.


JUVENILE JUSTICE
COUNSELORS Don't
Just Show Them The
Path. Be the map. Set
the pace when you guide
troubled teens toward a
bright new horizon at the
Eckerd Treatment Pro-
gram for Girls in Vernon,
Florida. As a Juvenile
Justice Counselor at this
high-risk, residential
facility for at-risk females,
ages 13 18, you will be
responsible for providing

a safe, secure environ-
ment through group
counseling, individual re-
lationships, mentoring
and crisis intervention.
Varying shifts available
including nights and
weekends. Requires pro-'
fessional demeanor and
strong leadership abili-
ties. Previous work.ex-
perience as a role mod-
el/mentor for youth pre-
ferred. H.S. diploma or
equivalent required. This
is a great opportunity for
retirees looking for a
meaningful second ca-
reed Choose the road
less taken with a career
path unlike any other. Ap-
ply online now: www.eck-
erdyouth.org or fax: 727-
442-5911 Attn: A. Criner
or email to A. Crin-
er@eckerd.org EOE/
DFWP. Make more than
a living. Make a dif-
ference.
THE TOWN OF Ponce
De Leon is accepting ap-
plications for a certified
water treatment plant op-
erator. Must possess a
valid Class "C" Operator
Certificate in Water
Treatment and fulfill
mandatory time and visit
requirements. The ap-
plicant must perform all
measurements and bac-_
teriological sampling in
compliance with the Flor-
ida DEP Operating Per-
mit. Applications will ac-
cepted until June 1,2006
and may be picked up at
the Town Hall, 1580 Hwy
90, Ponce de Leon, FL
during normal business
hours. EOE, Drug-free
workplace.
PART-TIME SECRE-
TARY Accounting Clerk.
Duties include general
sec functions, take min-
utes and type monthly
reports. Financial and
accounting skills with ref-
erences required. Com-
puter skills including
power point or attend for-
mulaling class if neces-
sary. Please send re-
sume to PO Box 745,
Bonifay, FL. 32425
PART-TIME NURSERY
worker needed on Sun-
day mornings at the
Bonifay First Methodist
Church. If interested, call
church office, 547-3785.
PUBLIC WORKS SU-
PERINTENDENT The,
City of Vemon is accept-
ing applications for the
position of Public Works
Superintendent with ex-
perience in plumbing,
electrical, and super-
visory experience given
preference. Applications
will be taken at Vernon
City Hall, 2996 Main
Street, Vemon, FL phone
850-535-2444. Salary
DOQ. Deadline for appli-
cations is 7pm on 6-12-
06. EOE employer. Drug
free workplace.
ADMINISTRATIVE AS-
SISTANT ENGINEER-
ING Firm has an open-
ing for an administrative
assistant in their Chipley
office. The job duties of
this position will be to
assist the office manag-
er in running the day to
day operations of the of-
fice and work with clients
as needed. Must have
good computer skills and
be able to use Microsoft
Word and Excel to pro-
duce correspondence
and various reports for
clients. Responsible for
setting up meetings,
posting expense reports
and time sheets, pro-
cessing invoices for pay-
ments, process general
office bills, maintain of-
fice supplies, answer
phone, process and dis-
tribute mail and perform
other general office du-
ties as assigned by the
office manager. Person
must have good work
ethics, be able to work
well with people and con-
duct themselves in a pro-
fessional manner. Per-
sons interested can fax
their resumes to
(850)415-6690 or call
(850)638-1040 for more
information.


METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence. Call 547-1001
CARING PEOPLE
NEEDED Friendly and
cheerful people needed
to provide companion-
ship and homecare for
the elderly. Build a last-
ing relationship with sen-
iors in our area. Grace-
ville area'a plus. Home
Instead Senior Care Call
522-1920, 1-866-301-
1919


EXPERIENCED COOK
AND Waitresses
needed. Vernon area.
535-0112



WANTED TO BUY an-
tiques, collectibles, gold,
silver, dinnerware, collec-
tions, paintings, call Al
Schmidt 850-638-7304
WANTED 2 OR 3 bed-
room 'house to rent in
Bonifay/Chipley area.
547-3648 after 5pm




FOUND FEMALE RED
Dachshund in Quail Hol-
low area. Call 638-0338
to claim.




QUALITY CLEANING
AT reasonable rates. Call
Heavenly Helpers Clean-
Ing Service. 579-4402;
209-1943; Serving
Holmes, Washington &
Jackson Counties
WHEN SELECTING A
builder, consider DON
WHITE. My experience
began in 1958. Additions,
carports, houses, roof
frame conversions. We
brace our buildings
above the code. Every
plank has two sides. 263-
6254.
NEED HELP WITH your
loved ones? Caregivers,
housekeeping, etc... Call
547-5041 or 849-2535.
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.i
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or-
956-4758
Wesley Hall Roofing
LLC. All types roofing &
repair.. Metal .roofs, flat
roofs; new roofs & tear
offs. We do it alll 638-
8335. Lic#RC0066513 3
HEADLINERS &
VINYL Tops Mobile Unit.
I do the work at your
home or workplace. Rea-
sonable rates on new vi-
nyJ tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime, leave message.
(850)638-7351
CLINT RUSS
LANDCLEARNG 258-.
1417 or 547-7400
J&J CABINETshop. For
all your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
Call James S. Howell.
(850)535-2839,;
(850)260-1619
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;
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8B,, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, May 31, 2006





R .n VMS WINGS holds archery competition


>..
Oil Monday, May 15, the Vernon Middle School WINGS after-school program
ended its first ever National Archery in the Schools Program WINGS class with
:a huge celebration.


On Monday, May 15,
the Vernon Middle School
WINGS after-school pro-
gram ended its first ever
National Archery in the
Schools Program WINGS
class with a huge celebra-
tion. Twenty-eight VMS
WINGS students compet-
ed in the WINGS Archery
Competition, sponsored by
Mike Marlow of Ebro.
Students competed in
several rounds to narrow
the competition down to
Grade Level Winners and
then one Overall Winner.
All students from the pro-
gram were recognized for
their participation with
team t-shirts, trophies and
a pizza. party.


Parents, students, school
board officials, including
Superintendent of Wash-
ington County Schools,
Calvin Stevenson, and
others watched the com-
petition and cheered the
competitors.
Winners included: Cody
Pettis, Fifth Grade Divi-
sion Winner and Second
Place Overall Champion,
Anthony Siples, Sixth
Grade Division Winner;
Cody Small, Seventh
Grade Division Winner
and Third Place Overall
Champion; Shannah Bober,
Eighth Grade Female Divi-
sion Winner;. Caleb Pettis,
Eighth Grade Division
Winner and Overall Cham-


pion.
Vernon Middle School
WINGS Coordinator, Niki
Crawson, expresses her ap.
preciation to Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Marlow for their
continued support of the
program and all competi.
tion donations. In addition.
she wants to thank all the
parents, students, staff and
community members for
their continued support of
the WINGS program.
The Vernon Middle
School WINGS afterschool
program is designed to en-
sure safety after school, as-
sist with homework com-
pletion, provide enriching
activities and promote
positive self-esteem.


Covenant Hospice recently awarded the following vol-
iWteers at its annual awards banquet for their service
and dedication: (left to right): Dorothy Eckenroth,
Volunteer of the Year; Leola Vlieg, Ambassador of the
Year; Bernard Vlieg, Ambassador of the year; Ran-
dolph Pope, Patient and Family Support Volunteer
of the Year; Becky McGill, Spirit of Service Award;
Bienda Shiver, Friends of Hospice award. Not pic-
tured: Edith Owens and Wilma Rauhe Administra-
tive volunteers of the year; Victoria Smart, 11th Hour
volunteer award; Ashley Shiver, Teen volunteer of the
year; Life Management Skills class of Marianna High
School, Community Partnership Volunteer award;
Eand Ruth Sunday School Class from Friendship
Baptist Church of Malonie, Faith In Action Award. In
2005, 1,365 Covenant Hospice volunteers contributed
nearly 132,000 hours of service, saving the organiza-
tion more than $2 million.

Covenant Hospice honors volunteers
Covenant Hospice in Marianna recently honored its
volunteers for their dedication and commitment at its an-
ntial Volunteer Appreciation Banquet.
-,.-The Heart of Hospice Volunteer of the Year Award
fir.'2005 was presented to Dorothy Eckenroth. Last year,
%_ enroth went before the Florida legislature on behalf
ofCovenant Hospice to speak about the "for-profit vs.
irilt for-profit hospice" issue. She also participates in
statewide Faith in Action meetings for Covenant Hospice
npnd volunteers in many areas.
-:. "Whenever we need someone to help, Dorothy is
Itre," said Barbara Bentley, Volunteer Manager. "She
is involved in our fundraising events, 11th hour program,
administrative work and so much more. She is always
Willing to give her time and we truly appreciate her."
; .Volunteers are a vital part of Covenant Hospice. In
20i5, 1,365 Covenant Hospice volunteers contributed
hfealy 132,000 hours of service, saving the organization
more than two million dollars. The contributions made
by, volunteers allow Covenant Hospice, a non-profit
organization, to continue to provide a very special kind
of care to patients with life-limiting illnesses and their
loved ones. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer
or would like information about hospice services, please
call Barbara Bentley at 482-8520.


C trtis LeRoy has to wear a dress until he wins an-
other match.

AWF returns to Chipley June 3
The American Wrestling Federation returns to Chipley
Saturday, June 3, 8 p.m. at the T.J. Roulhac Enrichment
& Activity Center. Dan Delicious will defend the AWF
title and The Daltons will return.
Tickets $6 general admission. Card subject to last-min-
ute change. Proceeds benefit the T.J. Roulhac Center.
The AWF show at the Mitchell Building in Noma on
May 27 has been moved to June 10. That show benefits
youth activities in Holmes County. The AWF will return
to Chipley on June 17. For information call 638-7183.


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