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    Section A: Main
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    Section A: Main: Editorial
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    Section A: Main: Sports
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    Section B: Extra
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    Section Real Power
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    Section B: Continued
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    Section B: Classifieds
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0 2006, WASHINGTON COUNTY NEWS


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"A tradition of excellence and community service since 1893, continuing the Chipley Banner"
2 sections, 22 pages


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PRIMARIES
School Board
District 4 (NP)
Terry Ellis 2,689
Tracey Kent 2,138
District 5 (NP)
Susan Roberts 2,300
Maragaret Gilmore 1,514
Gary Clark 1,206

Board of County
Commissioners
District 4 (D)
Lenzy Corbin 1,265
Scott Waldrip 1,156
Mary Jane Nelson 1,018'
Bryant Sewell 230

Circuit Judge
Elijah Smiley 2,503
Chris Patterson 2,389

Governor
Rod Smith (D) 1,431
Jim Davis (D) 1,135

Tom Gallagher (R) 645
Charlie Crist (R) 552

Senator (R),
Katherine Harris 770
William McBride 368
LeRoy Collins. Jr. 60
Peter Monroe 36


County Planning
Commission meets
KAREM L ALVAREZ
Staff Writer
Washington County Planning
Commission held its meeting on
August 29:
Variances
A. James and Melinda Hall-
This is a 1.60 acre parcel sold
to the applicant in 1992, but not
deeded and cut-out until June
2006. There is currently a mobile
home on the property. The ap-
plicant was seeking a variance to
make this a legal building block
and to place an additional unit
on the property. Recommended
for a second variance until they
meet all the restrictions.
B. Shirley Lawrence- The ap-
plicant was seeking a variance to
sell approximately one-acre out
of a parcel consisting of 10.03
acres. The smaller parcel will
have a minimum of 100 feet road
front footage and the larger one
will have a greater than 100 feet
on Tea Pond Road. Applicant
absent. No action taken at this
time.
C. Torreon Management, LLC
(Paul Kalinowski)- Applicant
was seeking a variance to split
a two-acre parcel into two sepa-
rate tracts. One parcel would be
154x330 (approximately 1.17
acres), in this part a mobile home
had been placed. The other par-
cel would be 110x330 (approxi-
mately .83 acres). Forwarded to
Washington County Commission
for approval.
D. John and Kim Blythe- Ap-
plicant was seeking a variance to
sell approximately 2.5 to 3 acres
out of an 8.1-acre tract. For-
warded to Washington County
Commission for approval.
E. Ken Watford- Applicant
See PLANNING, page 3A


Chipley Homecoming
Homecoming 2006 is coming
up soon at Chipley High School.
Princesses (right) are: Breanna
O'Neal, junior; Allison Ellis,
junior; Jamie Jones, sophomore;
Brittany Porchia, sophomore:
Rondreeka Campbell, freshman;
and Emma Trawick. freshman.
Senior homecoing court
(above): Back row (from left
to right): Megan Brown, Andre
Belcher, Macie Shackleford.
Cody Deschenes, Adrianna
Wright, Danzell Everett, Jana
Barfield, Clay George, Brittany
Brock, Evan Guettler, Destiney
Atkins, Josh Hayes, Analissa
Yon. and Clinton Jacks. Front
row (from leff to right): Tiffanr
Gonzalez, Shane Kriser, Megan
Kinney. Tucker Mathis. Angela
Wiley. Brett O'Neal, Chasity
Johnson, Hunter Park, Erica
Sewell, Brandon Sikora, Kaitlin
Adams, Michael Smith, Megan
Joiner, and Jory Smith.
The 2006 homecoming festivi-
ties are on Friday, September 15,
which include a parade through
downtown Chipley at 12:30 p.m..
alumni social at 2 p.m., and the


homecoming game at 7 p.m.
The day 'will begin %ith a
pep rally at 10:30 a.m. in the
CHS gym where the finalists
for homecoming queen will be
presented to the student body.
Parade participants need to line
up at 11 a.m. in the parking lot at'
Memorial Field.
All Chipley High School grad-
uates are invited to an alumni
social from 2-3:30 p.m. at the
Chipley High School cafeteria.
following the parade. Graduates


of CHS can tour the facilities.
as well as look over past high
school photos. Composite photos
from 1938 to the present %will be
on display in the administration
building.
Pre-game activities begin at 6:
30 p.m., at which time the home-
coming queen will be crowned.
Kickoff is at 7 p.m. when the
ChipleN Tigers face the Boze-
man Bucks. Contact Jerry Corbin
at 638-6100, ext. 518 with any
questions regarding the parade.


Fire guts trailer
on Rock Circle
Chipley Volunteer Fire De-
partment, Washington County
EMS and local law enforcement
were on the scene last Wednes-
day morning when the call came
in about a trailer fully engulfed
on Rock Circle.
The trailer was completely
destroyed. Chipley Fire Chief
Floyd Aycock said that it ap-
peared that a stove left on caused
the fire.
Jesse Strickland occupied the
trailer. Aycock said.
Right: EMT Seamus O'Neill
checked out firefighters Stephen
Ostrowski and Donnie Finch.


New rec project

planned for

Wausau area

KAREM L ALVAREZ
Staff Writer
A new project that will give
the children from the Town of
Wausau a place to play will be
known as George M. Rogers
Recreation Complex, to be built
on Pioneer Road. Members of
the Town Council met on August
31, to review a synopsis of the
two phases of the project, but
would not take any action until
their next meeting on September
14.
The Town will be applying for
two $200,000 Florida Recreation
Development Assistance Pro.
gram (FRDAP) grants, with the
advice from Fred Fox Enterpris-
es, According to David Fox, the
mediator between the FRDAP
and Fred Fox Enterprises, in the
past fiscal year all their requests
were funded. Phase I will include
a baseball field,' softball field.
playground, bike trail, picnic
areas, restrooms, parking, and
irrigation system. While phase II
will include a playground, soccer
field, basketball court, picnic ar
eas, shuffleboard court, baseball
and softball fields lighting, park-
ing, and irrigation system.
A proposed budget summary
was also.presented to Council, as
follows: $100,940 for the Gen-
eral Fund; $81,720 for the Water
Department: $14,670 for the
Street Department: $16.000 for
Recreation: and $42,500 for the
Fire Department. A unanimous
vote favored Fire Chief Sam
Rudd to work on specifications
to advertise for the purchase of
a new rescue truck by the end
of the year. The Fire Department
hopes to receive money from
Washington County toward this
vehicle.
In other business; the Vision
Committee presented a guideline
to the Town by West Florida Re-
gional Planning Council a few
days before the meeting, to be
considered for future planning.
Members of the Vision Commit.
tee and Council agreed to discuss
the guideline again at their next
meeting.
The Vision Committee hopes
this will allow them some fore.
sight into the needs of the present
and the opportunity to address
them so that the future will be
the continuation of the rural
community that they have all
benefited from with provisions
to accommodate responsible
growth. According to the Florida
Statistical Abstract, the popula-
tion in Wausau will be less than
400 people by 2015. Based on
the University of Florida, Bu.
reau of Economic and Business
Research, the population project.
tions for Wausau show 458 by
2005 and 521 by 2010.
Given population growth ten-
dencies, there are some land use
categories that need to be utilized
more frequently and some that
should be considered for addi.
tion to the Comprehensive Plan
Future Land Use. In order to ac-
commodate continued growth.
the town will need to achieve a
See COUNCIL, page 3A


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Wednesday, September 6, 2006, Washington County News, 3A


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Washington County School Superintendent Calvin
Stevenson presents a $2,500 check to Don Walters,
the local Take; Stock in Children coordinator.

New donation made
Washington County Schools Superintendent Cal-
vin Stevenson recently made a $2,500 donation to the
Washington Count Take Stock in Children Scholarship
program.
Stevenson has been an advocate of the Washington
County Take Stock in Children Program since it's incep-
tion in 2004. Along with Don Walters, the local Take
Stock in Children Project Coordinator, he has had the
honor to be involved with the presentation of twenty
nine scholarship awards to Washington County students.
The $2,500 that Stevenson gave will be matched by Or-
ange Hill Soil and Water Conservation District, which in
turn will be. matched by the Prepaid Scholarship Fund.
This will allow one more deserving student from Wash-
ington County to attend'college for four years.


PLANNING
Continued from page 1A
was seeking a variance to
split a 2.7 acre parcel into
two tracts. One parcel will
contain 1.7 acres and the
other would contain 1 acre
with the house and more
than 100-feet of road front
footage. Forwarded to
Washington County Com-
mission for approval.
F. She-Ran Enterprises,
LLC (Sheran Whitaker)-
Applicant was seeking a
variance to .split a 5.04
acre parcel into two tracts
of 2.52 acres and 2.5 acres.;
one will be for sale. Each
resulting lot would have
a minimum of 100-feet of
road front footage. For-
warded to Washington
County Commission for
.approval.

Public Hearings
G. Updates of Five-Year
Schedule Capital Improve-
ments Element of the Coinm-
prehensive Plans of Town
of Wausau, City of Ver-
non, Sunny Hills Multiple
Services Benefit Unit, and
Washington County- All


Washington County Planning Commission held its meeting on August 29.


forwarded to Washington
County Commission for
approval, except for Wash-:
ington County which was
recommended for a second
hearing because figure
were not complete.
J. Washington County
Interlocal Agreement
relating to School Facil-
ity Planning- This will
meet the requirements for
School Concurrency by
adopting the Public School
Facilities Element for the
Comprehensive Plan and
entering into an Interlo-
cal Agreement for Public
School Facility Planning.
Forwarded to Washington
County Commission for
approval of the adoption.
See related article.


K. Washington County
-Concurrency Management
System- This will amend
the County's Concurrency
Management System Ele-
ment of the Comprehen-
sive Plan and the Land
Development Code as
required by the state's new
Growth Management Law
as described under the SB
360 legislation passed by
the Legislature. Forwarded
to Washington County
Commission for approval
of the adoption. See re-
lated article.
L. Preliminary plat ap-
proval of Cypress Crossing
subdivision (Parrish Still
Road)/Itera, LLC- This
is a 49-lot subdivision by
continuous paved county


maintained roads. No land
use change is required
under the clustering provi.
sions of the Land Devel-
opment Code. All roads
within the subdivision will
be paved. The Planning
Commission had look at
this on April 3,2006 and
on May 2, 2006. The ap-
plicant brought additional
information previously.
requested along with an
Elevation Certificate. For-
warded to Washington
County Commission for
approval.

The next Planning
Commission meeting is
schedule for October 3, at
5:00 p.m. at 1331 South
Boulevard, Chipley.


I TDCNEWSI


WCTD Council re-


ceives tourism grant'
Bull Run and Buckaroo Fun Run VISIT FLORIDA, on
HCRA presents the Third Annual 2006 5K Bull Run behalf of the Florida Com-
and Buckaroo Fun Run, to be held in conjunction with mission on Tourism. the
the Bonifay Fire Department's "Toys for Tots" donation private/public partnership
drive and the "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" Breast Can- responsible fdr marketing
cer Awareness Campaign. Florida as a visitor des-
The run will be held on October 7, and is set to begin- tination, has awarded an
at 8 a.m., on Veteran's Boulevard, in front of the tennis -Advertising Grant to the
courts. Registration will begin at 7 a.m. Pre-registration Washington County Tour-
fees are $20 for adults and $15 for a child. ($5 will be ist Development Council
added to fees, if registering the day of the race.) for the 2006-2007 Fiscal
, Registration forms may be picked up at numerous Year, which began July 1,
locations in town, or you may send a request via e-mail 2006. The announcement
to hcraofbonifay@yahoo.com. Each participant will of the grant, in the amount
receive a free t-shirt and $5 of each entry fee will go- of $2500, came during the
to benefit the "Toys for Tots" drive for the BFD. Great- FCT's June 15 meeting in
prizes will be awarded; for over 15 divisions. Fort Myers.
For more information. qt: become a sponsor, please. The purpose of these
GontaetIMelea Flanary at 5t). 547-2425-or 6W50) 596-' grants, i, .5AhI p- jgal
0186. governments and nonprofit
'entities do more effective
t w.n fe.l W;th carewful- d tourism marketing.


CUUINIL..
Continued from page 1A
achieve a balance in this
category. The percentage
of single-family1 housing
should show a decrease
6ver the next 15-20 years.
The document also 'rec-
ommends the creation of
mixed-use areas, which
the town currently does
not have. If used appropri-
ately, mixed-use develop-
ment has the potential of
retaining the small town
feel while achieving the
location of goods and ser-
vices in walking distance
to residential uses. In order
to achieve this, walkable
community should be the
goal of Wausau.
Although the commer-
cial land use represents
less than 2%, this category
could be applied to more
area without necessarily
detracting from the small


sign. signage. landscaping.
parking, and set back con-
siderations, the town could
accommodate commercial
development. Even though
the residents want big
changes to happen, they
also want to preserve the
history of their town. The
document is designed
to maintain the historic
integrity and character
of the town and preserve
its archaeological record
through the identification.
evaluation, registration,
treatment, and protectionri
of historic buildings and
places, as well as archaeo-
logical resources.
This document repre-
sents a vision of the Town
of Wausau in 15 to 20,
years from now.
Data taken from Project
Foresight, Town of Wausau
Visioning Summary Docu-
ment.


"We were pleased that
VISIT:FLORIDA and the
Florida Commission on
Tourism selected, us from
among a larger number of
grant applicants," says Dr.
Sandra Cook, TDC chair-
person. "These funds will
be used to design and place
two billboards along I-10
and will help us better po-
sition Washington County
as a desirable destination."
The Washington County
TDC is focusing its efforts
toward developing various
avenues to entice visitors
to our county. Our county
is very diverse, but at the
same time unique,I which
is what ie. are y.iyjpg.jto
exemplify.
WCTD Council on the


move
Council has also been
extremely busy developing
its new website. It should
be up and running around
the first of September.
The website; highlights
all the restaurants, hotels,
motels, and annual events
throughout Washington
County. There are links
to information about boat
ramps, hunting and fish-
ing licenses, a calendar of
events, and other places of
interest in the county. The
new website is www.visit
washingtoncountyfl.coni
Be sure to check it out.
Their goal is to continually
.. improve the, informant j
for anyone searching for
information about this area.
If you have any ideas or


comments to improve the
website, please feel free to
email WCTD.
Another investment by
the Council has been in a
spot on a southeastern map.
Washington County will be
one of 36 places highlight-
ed on the map. There will
be 140,000 maps printed
and distributed throughout
the United States. The
Council will receive 2,500
of these maps. Plans are
to place some with vari-
ous businesses around the
county, as well as at Wel-
come Centers in the area.
SThe TDC meets -'the
fourth Monday of each
month at ,,he; Washingtoo
County Chamber Office
The public is invited to
attend.


HUNRES O IEM
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The 11 & 12 year old Dixie Youth Allstar Base-
ball team would like to apologize to their spon-
sor Larry Hill, Orange Hill Express for his name
being left off of the "Thank You" that was printed
in the paper.
Orange Hill Express sponsored our team and
bought the uniforms for the boys. This was
greatly appreciatedcand we want to make sure
that Larry and the' community know that we
appreciate his support.


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Wednesday, September 6, 2006, Washington County News, 5A


4H SHOOTINGM [tINSTRMUCIOMhNHELD


Gary Clark and Bill Howell were among those par-
ticipating in 4-H shotgun training.


Above: Martha from Hol-
mes County is shown in a
kneeling position during
the 4-H rifle training.

Right: A group of train-
ees at the 4-H shotgun
training held at the Quail
Ridge Preserve.

Pictured below is the en-
tire group that took the
shotgun, archery, and ri-
fle training. The instruc-
tors were Jan Schultz
McCurdy, Heather Kent,
and Roger Elliot.


LI WCS REPRT I


I. w m yIAr ]iA 1il. "W_ uI M'l-: I ~ Plant enthusiasts from the WCCS first grade are,
Displaying their homemade plants are, from left, from left, Zoe Thacker, Rylea Destival, Kaylee Finch,
De'Andre Belcher, Karena Bell, Lexi Brasher, Kloe Abbye Haddock, Heidi Hutzel and Korinna Man-


Brewer, Dillon Carter, and Josie Coleman,


p AJ-1 '.



Happy gardeners are, from left, Trey Maxwell, Shelby
Newsome, Isabella Owens, Shane Reed, Ina Robinson
and Zachary Williams.

To the Community
of Washington
County. I, Ryan
Phillips, apologize
for the crime that
SI committed in
Washington County
and now I have
learned a lesson
for my actions and
promise not to do it
again.


testa.
Activities are underway
at Washington County
Christian School. As last
school year came to a
close, students concluded
their studies with a special
project. This item was mis-
placed and we apologize
for running it late. We
believe the kids deserve
credit for a job well done
and are running it now to
reward their efforts.
The first grade at Wash-
ington County Christian
School created their own
plants as a home project
to end their unit on plants.


Each child was told to use
household items to make
their own stems, leaves
and flowers.
Then each was to name
their plant, describe it, tell
how they would care for it,
and share why they liked
their plant. The students
enjoyed sharing their
plants with one another.



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Special Service Sunday
McQueen's Temple will be honoring
Pastor John 0. Brown and wife,
Minister Gloria Brown
on Sunday, September 10 at 11:30 a.m.
Gust speaker will be Elder Louis Brown.
L. ^


Drunk driving crackdown
Drunk driving is one of America's deadliest crimes,
according to a news release from the Washington County
Sheriff's Office. During 2004, nearly 13,000 people were
killed in highway crashes involving an impaired driver
or motorcycle operator with an illegal blood alcohol con-
centration (BAC) of .08 or higher.
The picture for motorcycle operators is particularly
bleak. Forty-one percent of the 1,672 motorcycle opera-
tors who died in single-vehicle crashes in 2004 had BAC
levels of .08 or higher.
That is why the Washington County Sheriff's Office
will be joining with thousands of other law enforcement
and highway safety agencies across the nation during
August and the Labor Day holiday to launch an aggres-
sive new crackdown on impaired drivers called: Drunk
Driving. Over the Limit Under Arrest.
The National Drunk Driving. Over the Limit Under
Arrest. impaired driving crackdown is a comprehensive
impaired driving prevention program that focuses on
combining high-visibility enforcement with heightened
public awareness.
For more information visit www.wcso.us.

Spring turkey hunt applications
Special-opportunity spring turkey hunt applications,
for the 2007 season, are now available from the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
To apply, hunters can obtain applications at
MyFWC.com and at all FWC regional offices. Applica-
tions will be accepted at MyFWC.com, county tax col-
lectors' offices or at any license agent beginning 10 a.m.
(EDT) September 12 and must be received by midnight
October 17. A random drawing decides who will receive
the coveted permits.
Demand for these hunts is typically greater than the
number of available permits, but hunters can increase
their chances of being selected by submitting as many $5
nonrefundable applications as they like. Successful ap-
plicants pay an additional $50 $175, depending on the
special-opportunity hunt area selected.
Participation rules limit out-of-state hunters to one
permit per hunt. These special hunts have been created
for sportsmen looking to take an Osceola, the "crown
jewel" of the turkey hunters' Grand Slam. The FWC
designs special-opportunity turkey hunts to take place
on large tracts of land, with great habitat, healthy turkey
populations and with a limited number of hunters.
The Osceola is a highly prized subspecies of wild tur-
key, which occurs only in peninsular Florida, and can be
found south of and including Dixie, Gilchrist, Alachua;
Union, Bradford, Clay and Duval counties. All hunts
take place within the Osceola turkey's range.

Abandoned bicycles
The Chiple] Police. Department has picked up several
bicycles that have' been left abandoned throughout the
city. "If your bicycle has been lost or stolen, you need
to check with us to see if we might have your bike," said
Chief Kevin Crews.
Go by or call the Chipley Police Department at 638-
6310, Monday through Friday, from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30
p.m. Officers prefer that you have the bike's serial num-
ber or at least a very good description of your bike such
as make, model, color and height of the bike.

Pre-K screenings
Washington County School Board and FDLRS/PAEC
will co-sponsor FREE Child Find Pre-K screenings on,
September 20, at the PAEC office. Children three to
five years of age suspected of having a problem will be
screened in the areas of school readiness skills, speaking/-
listening, vision and hearing, and social skills. Call 1-.
877-873-7232, ext. 2315.



Email to:

news@chipleypaper.com


August 28, 2006
Residents of'Sunny Hills
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
This week, while reading the Washington County Paper,
I came across the proposed budget for the year 2006-2007
and noticed that there will be a position for a part-time
Librarian in Sunny Hills Community Center when it is built.
I have gone to all the MSBU meetings for the past 10 months
and never, in all these meetings, was a part time position
ever discussed or even mentioned. Is this another one of
the back room political meetings that have been going on
between the Civic Association/Advisory Board members
and Glen Zanetic with the approval of a County Commis-
sioner? When will these so-called meetings stop arid when
will all the residents get to hear of this before it is brought to
the attention of the County Commissioners? Is this another
promise made by Glen Zanetic to Lou Tracy that he will get
his library? There have been too many such promises by
Glen Zanetic to certain residents in Sunny Hills. It's time


for all the residents to wake up to the fact and what is going
on in here. It seems everyone here has lost sight of what the
MSBU coordinator's job is. He is a go-between the residents
and the county. He is to relay what the residents want done
and get their approval not tell the residents what they can
have done or what he wants done. And that is what is going
on here. Your tax money is being spent on what he wants,
not what is good for all the residents concerned, He has sub-
mitted the budget but has not included any budget request
from the Crime Watch committee or the Garden Club com-
mittee. His only concern is Boat Lake and the Fire Depart-
ment. It's time to stop this wanton waste of our tax money
by the MSBU Coordinator. When. will the application be
out? Or has this position already been filled?
Paid By Salvator Zurka










;- Washington County News/
\ 1' Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Wednesday, September 6, 2006

Page 6A


Graceville edges Holmes County

21-20, to open season


JEREMY RAINES
Sports Editor
Football in the state of
Florida has a long and no-
torious history of missed
field goals that decide the
outcome of the games.
It was only fitting
that the outcome of the
Graceville-Holmes Coun-
ty game be decided by a
missed extra point.
The Graceville Tigers
edged the Holmes County
Blue Devils 21-20 on
Friday night in Gracev-
ille. With 9:41 left in the
fourth quarter, Graceville
scored on a 60-yard run
by Jay Jay Laster. to tie
the game at 20-20. Tissi
Robinson came on for the
all-important PAT attempt
and he split the uprights


Sammy Frichter is a
middle infielder for the
2006-07 Enterprise-Ozark
Community College Boll,
Weevils' baseball team.
That's not a misprint.
One of the most familiar
names in Alabama baseball
circles is now a student/ath-
lete at EOCC.
No, we're not in the
"Twilight Zone" and the end
of time is not yet in sight.
EOCC's Frichter, who's
known as Bubba, is the son
of former Wallace-Dothan
baseball coach Sammy,
Frichter. A sophomore.
who recently transferred
from his dad's old school,
Bubba Frichter is one of 37
collegians from four states
seeking playing time for
Coach Tim Hulsey's 21st
Boll Weevil squad.
"We have some talented
players at every position,"
Hulsey smiled after the
team's first practice. "We
can be good but it's going
to take a lot of hard work to
get where we want to be."
Middle infielders in ad-
dition to Frichter include re-
turning sophomores Lance
Myers, Brantley; Chris
Ivey, Ozark; Patrick Street,
Dothan; Lloyd Appel, origi-
nally a catcher, Dothan; and
Josh Smith, Jack, who split
time between pitching and
playing shortstop last sea-
son.
Newly-arrived hope-
fuls include Britton Brock,
Vernon, Fla.; Blake Cole
(also a pitcher), Colum-
bia; Shane Smith, Auburn;
Matt Home, Newton, also


giving the Tigers the go-
ahead and winning point..
The game began with
the Devils' defense forc-
ing a three-and-out and
taking over possession at
their own 20-yard line.
This is where the Dev-
ils began a 17-play, eight-
minute drive that ended in
a turnover on downs and
no points for the Devils.
The drive saw several
third-down conversions
and short passing plays
to move the ball down the
field.
HCHS quarterback Jus-
tin Miller showed grit and
determination on several
plays to avoid sacks and
pick up yardage.
The drive stalled with
a big tackle by Tiger line-


Justin Miller hands off to Brad White during the third
quarter of the Graceville-Holmes Counmity game.


plays third base; B.J. Lee,
Bonifay; and Paul Hassing,
Enterprise.
Last year's starting
first baseman, Matt Peters,
Wicksburg, and fellow
sophomore Adam Spicer,
Elba, are joined in competi-
tion for playing time at their
position by Daleville's Matt
Sullivan. primarily a pitcher
who is moving to first base
due to some of the same
physical problems that
kept him out of action last
year; and Anthony London,
Atlanta, %who is returning to
the team after missing the
2005-06 campaign.
Besides Thompson, Ap-
pel and Duncan, the Boll
Weevils have returning
starter Joe Parker, Pinckard,
behind the plate. Freshman
Tyler Rollan, Montgomery,
also figures into the equa-
tion.
In the outfield are a
handful of speedsters, the
fastest group Hulsey has
had at EOCC.
Sophomore Ryan Kelley,
Daleville; and Josh Daniels,
Brundidge; and redshirt Jara
Black, Dothan, are joined in
the chase for playing time
by true freshmen Justin
Gauthier, Wellington; and
Brooks Glover, Pansey, all
of whom can run a' 6.7 or
better 60-yard dash. Dothan
freshman Derick
Hulsey, replying to an
observation he could field
two different teams, said
"we've got three teams
here. These guys can play.
"We've got some big
kids; this is the biggest


backer Leon Hoover.
On the ensuing drive
the Tigers made quick
work as quarterback
Lee Steverson hit Tissi
Robinson for a 70-yard
touchdown. The play \ as
called back for a holding
penalty. The next play,
Steverson found Montrez
Bullock slipping behind
the defense for a 63-yard
pass. Jomar Conception
made a touchdown saving
tackle at the seven-yard
line.
It took only two plays
from there and Laster
took it around the corner
for the games' first score.
Robinson added the PAT
and the Tigers held a 7-0
lead.
Holmes County could
not move the ball and was
forced to punt.
Graceville took over
on the 44-yard line and
on second down Hol-
mes County's Brad White
picked off the Steverson
screen pass attempt and
returned it for a Blue Dev-
ils touchdown. The PAT
failed and the Tigers held
the 7-6 lead with 8:43 left&
in the opening half.
Holmes County con-
tinued their good play on
their next offensive pos-
session as White and Kyle
Griffin picked up tough
yardage on the inside and
moved the ball to the 50-
yard line.'
Evan Speights ran for
ten and a first down to the
40-yard line.
Steverson bootlegged
around the end and found
Brandon Tift in the end
zone. for the touchdown.
Speights ran in the two-
point conversion attempt


group we've had around
here."
Perhaps the 2006 team's
biggest problem was the
lack of pitching. Six pitch-
ers on hand for last year's
picture day were either hurt
or off the team by the begin-
ning of the regular season.
In all, 12 players fell victim
to injury or left the team for
one reason or another a sea-
son ago.
Optimism not with-
standing, Hulsey is fully
aware no team ever has
too much pitching and that
injuries happen when least
expected.
Freshman left-hander
Shawn Harrison, Chipley,
injured his pitching hand
in a pre-season mishap,
leaving the team with
sophomore Marcus Black,
Bonifay, as the only left-
hander in camp.
The other sophomore
pitchers are Blake Gillies,
LaPlace, La.; Casey Gar-
ner, Enterprise; and Josh
Smith. New Brockton's
Mark Windham; Dusty
McDonnell, Florala; Mi-
chael Oncale, LaPlace; and
Dustin Lee, Newton, are
the remaining pure pitch-
ers. Cole, Peters and Ivey
are position players who
may also see time on the
mound.
The Weevils open their
fall season Thursday, Sept.
7, in Brewton against Jeff
Davis. The Saints of L.B.
Wallace come to Enterprise
for doubleheader action
beginning at noon Friday,
Sept. 15.


Evan Speights follows the blocking of Hunter Marshall as he sprints for a first
down last Friday night in Graceville.


and gave the Devils a 14-
7 lead with 3:08 left in the
half.
Graceville went right
to work following the
Devils score as Laster
went for 27 yards on a
sweep run. Steverson hit
Leron Hoover on a pass
and moved the ball to the
nine-yard line and the Ti-
gers were knocking on the
door. A holding penalty
removed a Laster score
and moved the ball back
to the 20-yard line.
Laster would not. be
denied as he weaved his
way through the defense
and into the end zone for
the score. The Robinson
PAT ,was good and the
game was tied with 1:23
left in the half.


.Holmes County had the
opening possession in the
second half and looked
like they were ready to
march down the field.
Speights took the open-
ing hand-off and rambled
50 yards to the 19-yard
line. Two holding penal-
ties and a big sack by An-
trell Wright forced a third
and long. Steverson was
able to find Devin Bice
open in the secondary
and Bice went in for the
score. The PAT attempt
failed and the Devils led
20-14.
Both defenses played
well, forcing punts to
close out the third quar-
ter.
Neither offense could
mount, any drives until,


Laster managed to break
free for a 60-yard touch-
down run with 9:41 left to
tie the game at 20-all.
:Robinson hit the PAT
and gave the Tigers the
21-20 lead.
Holmes County never
mounted any threat for the
remainder of the game..
The Devils, now 0-
2, will be at home this
Friday night as they cel-
ebrate homecoming and
face Baker.
Graceville will be off
as they get ready to face
county rival Marianna.
(In the last week's edi-
tion the Holmes County
High School color guard
were, mistakenly called
Flaggetts. We apologize
for the mix up.)


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Wednesday, September 6, 2006, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser ,7A

Catholic outlasts Tigers, 15-7


Merle Eastman
Football Correspondent
The Crusaders of Pen-
sacola Catholic outscored
the Chipley Tigers by
15-7
Friday night on Memo-
rial Field at Philip Roun-
tree Stadium, but not
without a struggle as the
Tigers had ball posses-
sion when the final horn
sounded.
The Crusaders elected
to receive, and subse-
quently were held to
three-and-out, forcing a
punt to the 38-yard line,
Chipley scored on
its first drive and first
play when Ryan Brown
rushed, stumbled, avoided
tacklers, and rushed some.
more, finally crossing into
the end zone with a mere
1:56 having elapsed. The
attempt for PAT by Bran-
don Sikora was good, giv-


ing the Tigers the lead.
Following this early
Tiger score, the Crusaders
came back with a scoring
drive of 86 yards, lasting
for 5:26, only to fumble
in the end zone with the
ball being recovered by
Chipley with a first-and-
10 at the 20.
This aborted drive
would be the only scoring
opportunity of the first
half as it ended with the
Tigers in command, 7-0.
The Tigers would re-
ceive to open the third
quarter and this proved to
be a disaster as the kick-
off return was fumbled
for a Crusader recovery.
Three plays later David
Kooi, on a keeper, rushed
for a 10-yard gain and
score. An attempt for
the two-point conversion
failed and the Crusaders
still trailed by one point.


Following the ensuing
Crusader kickoff, the Ti-
gers ran three plays, pro-
viding a loose ball which
was recovered by the
Crusaders at the 10. Kooi
passed to Gavin MacNeil
and connected for a 10-
yard gain and a touch-
down, An attempt for the
two-point PAT failed.
The Crusaders now had
a 12-7 edge with apparent
momentum.
At 7:05 of the fourth
quarter, the Crusaders
added a 30-yard field goal
by John Williamson, pro-
viding a 15-7 advantage
with 4:55 remaining.
The Tigers had another
possession with three-
and-out. On the next
Crusader possession, they
played run-out-the clock
but a pass on fourth-and-
17 was intercepted by the
Tigers' Victor Travis with


Chipley's offense was held scoreless in the second half as Pensacola Catholic scored
15 unanswered points to take the win.


just 36.8 seconds remain-
ing.
The Tiger defensive


effort was outstanding in
the first half in protecting
their lead and again in the


second half in keeping the
score low hoping for a
catch-up opportunity.


Vernon falls to 0-2 following 12-

6, loss to Baker on Friday night
The Vernon High School fense played well with De- caught a pass and went in
Yellow Jackets continued varian Bland and Markel for the score.
their struggles on offense Andrews making several Both teams were held
Friday night in Vernon. big stops in the game. in check until a Vernon
The Jackets were held to a The game was dead- punt pinned the Gators
single touchdown and have locked at 0-0 at half time deep in their territory,with
only scored one touchdown with neither team able to under six minutes to play.
in two games this season. score. Baker began the drive at
The Jackets' defense Geo Works continued to their own eight-yard line
played well allowing only be the workhorse for the and marched 92 yards for
12 points to the visiting Jackets as he racked up the go-ahead and winning
Baker Gators as the Jackets yardage for the offense. touchdown.
fell 12-6. Works was able to score The Jackets were unable
Vernon once again was the team's only touchdown to answer the score and the
looking for offense and in the third quarter to give game ended' at 12-6.'
continued to struggle as the Jackets the 6-0 lead. Vernon will once again
the Baker defense was able The PAT failed. be at home this week as
to penetrate the offensive Baker would finally they welcome the Jay Roy-
line and cause havoc in the break through in the clos- als. The Yellow Jackets
backfield. ing minutes of the third easily defeated the Royals
The Yellow Jackets' de- quarter when Ben .Griffin last year in Jay.

Third annual Bull Run planned


The HCRA is proud to
present the Third Annual
2006 5K Bull Run and
Buckaroo Fun Run, to be
held in conjunction with the
Bonifay Fire Department's
"Toys for Tots" dona-
tion drive and the "Tough
Enough to Wear Pink"
Breast Cancer Awareness
Campaign.
The run will be held on
October 7, and is set to be-
gin at 8 a.m., on Veteran's
Boulevard, in front 'of the
tennis courts. Registration
will begin at 7 a.m. Pre-


registration fees are $20
for adults and $15 for a
child. ($5 will be added to
fees, if registering the day
of the race.)
Registration forms may
be picked up at numer-
ous locations in town, or
you may send a request
via e-mail to hcraofboni
fay(@yahoo.com. Each
participant will receive a
free t-shirt and $5 of each
entry fee will go to benefit
the "Toys for Tots" drive for'
the BFD. Great prizes will
be awarded, for over fifteen


divisions.
Everyone is encouraged
to wear pink for the Run/
Walk.
The HCRA is also
encouraging any breast
cancer survivors to come
participate in the race, or at
least be on hand to be hon-
ored and recognized.
Walkers, strollers, and
wheelchairs welcomed!
For more information, or
to become a sponsor, please
contact Melea Flanary at
(850) 547-2425 or (850)
596-0186.


Weekly football contest winners given


In the first week of the
weekly football contest
in the Holmes County
Times-Advertiser and
Washington County
News only one entry
was submitted with no
losses.
Eight people submit-
ted entries with one
loss and the second and
third place prize was de-


Writer needed
The Holmes County
Times-Advertiser and
Washington County
News needs someone
to write game stories for
the 2006 Vernon High
School football season.
Pay is based on home-
away games and en-
trance into all games is
covered.
Anyone interested
should contact Jeremy
Raines at 547-9414 or
638-0212.
Bethlehem to
hold fundraiser
The Bethlehem Pee
Wee Football Association
will be selling barbecue
sandwich plates on Fri-
day, September 8, for $5


cided by the total points
scored in the Florida
State-Miami game.
Florida State won 13"
10.
Kathy Rudd of
Chipley was the only
entry with no losses.
Rudd will receive $25
for her first place entry.:
Second place and $15
goes to Chase Western


a plate. Plates will be
available for pick up from
5 to 7 p.m at Bethlehem
Masonic Lodge.
The plates will include
baked beans, coleslaw,
homemade pound cake,
and sweet tea along with
the sandwich. They will
also have individual home-
made cream cheese pound
cakes available for $10.
This will be on a first-
come, first-serve basis.
"Please come and bring
your appetites! All dona-
tions will gladly be accept-
ed." said a spokesman.

Softball league
needs players
A Cottondale adult
softball league is going


of Chipley. Western had
one loss and submitted
a guess of 21 points on
the tie-breaker game.
Third place and the
$10 prize goes ;to Me-
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8A, Washington County News, Wednesday, September 6, 2006

Hybrids growing in popularity as gas prices remain high


KAREM L. ALVAREZ
Staff Writer
Some people would
look to buy the most styl-
ish car, but now with no
probability of fuel prices
going any lower, most are
looking to get a car that
saves the most on gas.
Does a car that gives you
up to 60 miles per gallon
in the city and up to 51 in
the highway appeal to your
budget?
Many are thinking of
hybrids.
Two reasons why people
are buying hybrid cars are
the mileage per gallon and
the resale factor. One ex-
ample is the Toyota Pirus.
'Every Prius we get is sold
before it hits the ground",
stated David Cumbie,
PROS Certified Sales
Manager from Marianna
Toyota.
The Prius was designed
to have a minimum impact
on the environment. The
vehicle complies with all
requirements for an Ad-
vanced Technology Partial
Zero Emission Vehicle (AT-
PZEV) rating, an adminis-
trative category within the
state of California for low
emission vehicles. The
Hybrid Synergy Drive per-
formance is described in
five steps that save on gas
and help to save the envi-
ronment at the same time:
start, accelerate, drive,
brake, and stop.
When you start the car
it is powered solely by the
high-torque electric motor.
In normal driving condi-
tions, it runs on the elec-
tric motor and is assisted
by the gasoline engine as
needed. When you accel-
erate heavily, -the gasoline
engine is used while the
battery supplies increased
drive power to the electric
m o t o r .
,,Someone does Mbt`K ia'
to plug in the car to re-
charge the battery. Every
time it slows down and/or
someone brakes, the gas
engine shuts off and, si-
multaneously, the electric
motor sends power back
into the battery. This is
what is called regenerative
braking. And, if you stop,
the gasoline engine shuts
off to conserve fuel and
reduce emissions.
As far as the battery
life is concerned, it has
an eight-year warranty or
100,000 miles. Even in
Vancouver, Canada, taxi
drivers are turning to the
hybrid system. One: of
them reported to Business-
Week Online that after he
tiad driven over 200,000
miles in 25 months the bat-
teries remained powerful.
Toyota also has the
Camry and the Highlander
hybrids. Cumbie said that
because of the high de-
mand on hybrids, eventu-
ally there will eventually
be a Tundra hybrid, as well.

VHS Class of '96
Vernon High School's
class of 1996 would like to
announce their upcoming
reunion. VHS Homecom-
ing is Sept. 29.There will
be events on Friday and
Saturday evening as well
as decorating the float for
the parade.
VHS class of 96 is
encouraged to come and
participate. There will be
fun and entertainment for
everyone to enjoy. All
events are posted on
www.classreport.com.


There will not be invita-
tions sent to individuals,
if you would like to know
more please call 638-9446.


As shown in this diagram from Toyota, the gasoline
engine powers both the drive wheels and the genera-
tor. The generator, in turn, either charges the batter-
ies or powers the electric motor which can also drive
the wheels.


Companies such as Lexus
(RX 400), Humvee, Honda
(Accord and Civic), Ford
(the Escape SUV), Nissan
(Altima) and Mercury (the
Mariner SUV) also have
hybrid models., Others are
planned.
Another reason many
are looking at hybrids is re-
cent legislation. On August
2005, president George
Bush signed an energy bill
that contains a revised fed-
eral tax incentive program
for certain models of hy-
brid cars.
According to the Inter-
nal Revenue Service (IRS),
the original purchaser of a
qualifying hybrid car may
deduct $2,000 for the year
the vehicle is first used, if
that year is before 2006.
Starting in 2006, the de-


duction has been replaced
with a credit, which will
require a different certifi-
cation.
The tax credit applies to
cars purchased on or after
January 1, 2006 and may
be as much as $3,400 for
those who purchase the
most fuel-efficient car. For
the list of cars that qualify
for the deduction visit
www.irs.gov.

Do's and Don'ts before
you buy a hybrid
*Do continue shopping,
as you would do with
any automotive purchase.
Many hybrids are only
marginally more fuel-ef-
ficient than their conven-
tionally powered alterna-
tives and this could affect
your decision.


For thew6eek ending Aug. 31.2006 ,
At the Florida LivestdoblCtictions, receipts totaled
$8,202 compared to $11,269 last week and $9,450 a
year ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Live-
stock Market News Service, compared to last week;
slaughter cows and bulls were mostly steady, and feeder
steers and heifers were mostly steady.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $140.00 185.00
300-400 lbs. $120.00 155.00
400-500 lbs, $108.00 127.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $125.00 170.00
300-400 lbs. $112.00 140.00
400-500 bs. $101.00 118.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $40.00 45.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $53.50 61.00

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*Do get ready to wait.
Depending on where you
live, you could have to
wait from several months
to a year until you get one.
*Do feel satisfied about
the premium cost. Al-
though people have dif-
ferent opinions about the
value hybrids offer for the
premium they command,
the cost of the average
hybrid premium falls in
line with the amount of
extra technology under the
hood.
*Do compare prices from
dealer to dealer. Every
dealer operates differently.
*Do look for dealer re-
bates. Some dealers are
already offering rebates in
certain hybrid models.
*Do check with your
CPA. In some cases, it is
hard to determine which
deduction is your car eli-
gible for.
*Don't expect to get a
return on investment. You
may end up getting your
investment back, because
of the fuel price, but driv-
ing practices and variable
road conditions make it
unlikely.
*Don't forget to search
the Web, it provides you
with valuable overall infor-
mation about hybrids.
*Don't rush to make a de-
cision until you are totally
convinced that it is the best
choice for you.


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Community South Credit Union is pleased to announce
that KENNY RAY MITCHELL, formerly of Mitchell/Dean
Mortgage Services, has joined our staff as Vice President.
With extensive mortgage lending experience, Kenny Ray
brings expertise in a wide array of mortgage options to our
credit union.
Community South Credit Union provides its members
with mortgage options from home equity lines of credit
(HELOCs) to 100% financing for first-time homebuyers, lot
and land loans, construction loans, highly competitive 30-
year fixed-rate mortgages, and many individually tailored
mortgage options. The community can expect all the
mortgage services available at a large bank with the same
hometown service we've always provided.
"It'sgreat to be able to team up with a community leader
who truly cares about the individual and not just how much
money they have in their account. I've learned that's what
being part of a credit union is all about. Come by our office
at 1044 Hwy 90 East or call 638-8376 with questions about
any mortgage offer you are considering for some neighborly
advice." stated Mitchell.


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Wednesday, September 6 2006, Washington County News, 9A

inARREST REPORT'


Display at library. in Chipley
An HO-scale version of the projected 'Life in
the Wild' wild animal park and research center
was on display last Friday and Saturday at the
public library in Chipley. The display had the
actual roads labeled and used Matchbox cars
and other items to lay out the park and as-
sociated development. The display included a
model of the planned 15,000-seat amphitheater,
the associated celebrity theme park and various
residential and commercial developments. No
word was available on where the display might
go in the future.


Washington County Sheriff's Office arrest
report dated August 28 through September
4, 2006.
*Percel Conner, b/m,, 12/12/46; Ebro; driv-
ing under the influence, arrested 9/4.
*Jeremiah Crum, w/m, 4/24/76; Chipley; re-
sisting arrest without violence; arrested 9/1.
*Christopher Davis, w/m, 2/8/78; Chipley;
disorderly conduct; arrested 8/31.
*Shelley Denton, w/f, 11/20/82; Bonifay;
giving false name, no valid drivers license;
arrested 9/4.
*Crystal Eaton, w/f, 11/20/82; Chipley;
worthless check; arrested 8/31.
*Tabitha Ferraiuolo, w/f, 4/13/76; Chipley;.
Bay County warrant for possession of meth;
arrested 8/28.
*Timothy Flowers, w/m, 8/6/70; Cottondale;
failure to register; arrested 9/3.
*Brian K. Fortier, w/m, 8/15/83; Panama
City; violation of probation; arrested 8/28.
*Samuel Garcia, h/m, 11/17/75; Chipley;
driving under the influence, driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked; arrested 9/3.
*Jon Phillip Garvin; w/m, 7/21/88; Chipley;
sexual battery victim under 12; arrested 8/31.
*Timothy Grider; w/m, 12/7/63; Tallahassee;
driving while license suspended or revoked; ar-
rested 8/30.
*Travis Grillot, w/m, 11/7/87; Dublin, Ga.;
possession of alcohol under 21, contribute to
delinquency of minor; arrested 9/3.
*Travis Johnson, w/m, 6/23/88; Graceville;
possession of alcohol under 21, contribute to
delinquency of minor; arrested 9/3.
*Paul Kinser, w/m, 10/28/49; Chipley; driv-
ing under the influence; arrested 9/4..
*Carla Kraul, w/f, 4/5/63; Chipley; posses-
sion of marijuana; arrested 9/2.
*Kristopher Macha, w/m, 5/23/77; Chipley;
driving under the influence; arrested 9/4.
*Oscar Morales, h/m, 10-23-68; Chipley; no
valid drivers license, driving under the influ-
ence; arrested 9/2.


*Joshua Parker, w/m, 12/18/79;Youngstown;
failure to appear, driving while license suspend.
ed or revoked; arrested 9/2.
*Charles Porter, w/m, 1/24/78; Chipley; bat.
tery; arrested 8/29.
*Donald Richardson, w/m, 8/9/30; Chipley;
driving under the influence; arrested 9/4.
*Ginger Sasser, w/f, 9/13/71; Chipley; viola.
tion of probation; arrested 8/29.
*Ricky Simmons, w/m, 1/6/56; Bonifay;
possession of paraphernalia, possession of
meth; arrested 9/3/6.
*Billy Smith, w/m, 9/21/79; Bonifay; failure
to notify change of address (sex offender); ar.
rested 8/29.
*Michael Soliday, w/m, 11/15/73; Chipley;
sexual battery victim under 12; arrested 9/1.
*David Stephens, w/m, 8/11/58; Panama
City; driving under the influence, driving while
license suspended or revoked; arrested 9/3.
*Charles Stevens, w/m, 12/23/55; Panama
City; Leon County warrant; arrested 8/31.
*Alford Stubbs, b/m, 4/3/55; Tallahassee;
resisting arrest without violence, driving under
the influence; arrested 9/3.
*David Stubbs, b/m, 1/5/62; Dothan, Ala.;
resisting arrest without violence; arrested 9/3.
*Catherine Tatum, w/f, 11/1/71; Chipley;
possession of listed chemicals; arrested 9/3.
*Kimberly Taylor, w/f, 6/12/67; Slocomb.
Ala.; possession of meth, possession of para.
phernalia; arrested 9/3.
*Randell Taylor, w/m, 1/31/63; Wausau;
possession of cocaine, possession of parapher.
nalia; arrested 9/4..
*Frederick Thomas, b/m, 2/11/60; Chipley;
driving under the influence; arrested 9/2.
*Bridgette Ward, w/f, 2/11/76; Chipley; vio-
lation of probation; arrested 8/31.
*David Whitmore, w/m, 8/2/64; Homeless;
violation of probation, elderly abuse, criminal
mischief; arrested 9/2.
*Joseph Worthy, w/m, 12/30/78; Chipley;
disorderly conduct, battery, trespassing; ar.
rested 9/2.


Public School Concurrency Interlocal Agreement correction
In rcen co


Florida's population is
expected to increase an-
other 30% by 2020, and
schools are struggling to
keep pace with growth.
School .concurrency en-
sures coordination be-
tween local governments
and school boards in plan-
ning and permitting devel-
opments that affect school
capacity and utilization
rates. Addressing this issue
began with the Interlocal
Agreement between Bay
County, the municipalities,
and the school board in
response to the 2002 leg-
islation.
Legislation enacted by
the 2005 Florida Legisla-
ture mandates a compre-
hensive focus on school
planning by requiring local
gg.xnments and school
boards to adopt a school
concurrency system: up-
date existing public school
interlocal agreements and
include the' updated in-
terlocal agreement in an
amended intergovernmen-
tal coordination element
of the comprehensive plan.
This agreement arranges
for' a working group of
representatives from the


Sunny Hills
Calendar
Garden Club meeting
on September 13 at 10:00
a.m., at the Presbyterian
Church.
Multiple Services Bene-
fit Unit (MSBU) meetings:
*September 20 at 6:30
p.m., at the Sunny Hills
Fire Department, 3681
Gables Boulevard. MSBU
will conduct a public hear-
ing to consider adoption
of the MSBU Amendment
06-CIE.
*September 28 at 5:00
p.m., at the County Com-
missioners Meeting Room,


county, municipalities, and
the school board to meet
twice a year and discuss
issues regarding land use
and school facility plan-
ning. Each year, the school
board will submit to the
county and municipalities
its Tentative District Edu-
cational Facilities Plan and
Educational Plan Survey
for comment prior to adop-
tion by the board.
The county and the
municipalities will pro-
vide the school board
with growth and develop-
ment trends within their.
jurisdiction annually. The.
school board may review
any school-related amend-
ments, and county and
municipalities school-re-
lated element provisions
must be consistent with
the school board's facili-
ties plans and policies. The
county and municipalities
will include a voting rep-
resentative appointed by
the school board on their
local planning board. This
representative will attend
and provide comments at
those meetings at which
the board considers com-
prehensive plan amend-


1331 South Boulevard.
Washington County Board
of County Commissioners
will conduct a public hear-
ing to consider adoption'
of Washington County's
Amendment 06-CIE and
MSBU amendment 06-
CIE.
*Annual North West
Florida Regional Red Hat


ments and re-zonings that
would increase residential
density.
The 2005 Legislation
requires adopting a Public
School Facilities Element
(PSFE) into the compre-
hensive plan. Included in
the PSFE is the establish-
ment of a proportionate-
share mitigation method-
ology. Proportionate share,
payment, is intended as a
means to address a specific
concurrency, issue like a
road segment or plant ca-
pacity. This differs from
impact fees which are as-
sessed on all new devel-
opment. Impact fee credit
will be given to proportion-
ate fair share contributions
under certain conditions.
Concurrency
Management System,, ,.
In December 2005, the
Department of Community
Affairs provided a direct
grant to Washington Coun-
ty to update the concur-
rency management system,
to include tracking of both
project and de mininmis
(very minor) impacts.
Its purpose is to pro-
vide a mechanism which
provides necessary capital


Society Luncheon Sep-
tember 27 at Edgewater
Beach Resort, Panama
City Beach. For informa-
tion, call 773-7039 or 773-
2019.
*Oktoberfest plans are
underway for this event
scheduled for October 20-
22. For information, call
773-8000.


S, First of all. don't sleep on a stack of pillows, or even one
thick pillow this puts stress on the upper back and neck.
Don't read or watch television while lying down. This can
contort the neck. Always sit upright. Don't carry heavy
purses or bags with a shoulder strap. The weight can pull
on the neck and shoulder causing further pain. When
doing work that requires you to bend your neck downward or face the same
direction for long periods take frequent breaks. Be strict in following good
postural habits when standing, sitting and walking. Follow a regular schedule of
appropriate exercises to help strengthen your back and neck. Your chiropractor
can recommend the best exercise program for you. Doctors of chiropractic
are educated and trained in the detection and care of problems related to the
spine. Your first visit to the chiropractor will include a complete chiropractic
examination. X-rays may be ordered to screen for possible underlying pathologies
and to reveal extreme distortions of the spine. In addition we may advise you on
therapeutic exercises, job safety, work-related posture and dietary information.


facilities and services to
support development con-
current with the impact
of the development. The
grant added the require-
ment to track de minimis or
very minor impacts to the
areas necessary to track.
Provide for a proportionate
fair share program as a pos-
sible means to mitigate the
development impacts on
the transportation system.
which are programmed
for improvements, but
currently do not have the
needed level of service.
Incorporate the updating
of the Five-Year Capital
Improvement Schedule
into the annual budget-
ing process. Provide for a
tracking system to continu-
ously monitor the impacts
of development witlbitt'
adversely impa'ctig the e
infrastructure systems.


are ge of drug-relatpd a e


Willie Kirkland was listed. The name should have been
Willie Mae Kirkland according to Chipley Police Depart.
ment. CPD apologizes for the error,


PUBLIC MEETING
The Town of Caryville will hold a public meet-
ing on Thursday, September 7, 2006 at 5:30
p.m. The sole purpose of this meeting will
be to discuss the Town applying for a grant
under the .Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program (FRDAP) during the
2007-2008 funding cycle. The applications
are due September 15, 2006. The grant
application includes improvements to the
"Sellers Park".
The Town of Caryville will hold the meeting at
the Town Hall Council Chambers. The pub-
lic is invited to attend. Handicapped persons
wishing to attend, who will need special ac-
commodations, should contact Ms. Jewette
-Tadlock, Towrl-'Clerk, Town..of-,Caryville, -at
(850) 548-5571.


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10A, Washington County News, Wednesday, September 6, 2006 _____________ _


PLNNN DPA R33 TUPAT


Large scale amend-
ments, proposed subdivi-
sions, and commercial de-
velopment for Washington
County 2005-2006 pro-
vided by the Washington
County Planning Office.


*Crooked Lake
(subdivision/34 lots) Off
of Pine Log Road, unpaved;
roads paved by developer.
County Engineer has ap-
proved. Old subdivision
platted in 1995, with no
fire suppression, but meets
distance requirement to
nearest fire station.
*Timberlakes
(subdvision/less than 625
lots) Brickyard Road,
paved; roads within to be
paved too. Comprehensive
Plan Amendment Adopted.
Noticed of Intent filed by
DCA.
*Pine Lakes (five lots)
Hwy 77 and Pine Ridge
Drive, paved road; all
roads currently paved.
First and final plat ap-
proved in April 27.
eVillage of Spanish Lake
(phase 1/36 lots) CR 279,
south of Territory Road;
279 paved, roads within-
will be paved. Compre-
hensive Plan Amendment


Adopted. Notice of Intent
filed by DCA.
*Village of Spanish Lake
(phase 1I/42 lots) CR 279,
south of Territory Road;
279 paved, roads within
will be paved. Large Scale
Amendment Pending DCA
Approval.
*Golf Course/Jim Mor-
ris (development/200 lots)
- Falling Waters and State
Park area, paved; roads
within will be paved. Com-
prehensive Plan Amend-
ment Adopted. Notice of
Intent filed by DCA. 3.57
units on 100 acres.
*City of Chipley Golf
Club (development/300
lots) Falling Waters and
State Park area, paved;
roads within will be
paved. Comprehensive
Plan Amendment Adopted.
Notice of Intent filed by
DCA.
*River Lake Land
Company (G. Fleming/53
lots) Hwy 77 and CR
279, paved. Large Scale
Amendment Pending DCA
Approval.
.*Deltdna Unit 25
(subdivisioh/357 lots) -
Within Sunny Hills and off
of Sunny Hills Blvd, paved.
Large Scale Amendment


Pending DCA Approval.
*Cypress Hills
(subdivision/124 lots) -
East side of Hwy 77 at Mo-
bile Swamp, paved. Large
Scale Amendment Pending
DCA Approval.
*200-Acre Residential
Subdivision (377 lots) -
Eastside of Hwy 77, south
.of Sunny Hills Boulevard,
and adjacent to Oak Hills
Subdivision, paved. Large
Scale Amendment Pending
DCA'Approval.
*Choctawhatchee River
Estates (subdivision/106
lots) South side of Choc-
taw Road and west of CR
284A, paved with county
participating in paving
of Choctaw Road. Large
Scale Amendment Pending
DCA Approval.
*Skywatch/Jon Flaig
(subdivision/624 lots) -
North of SR 79/Clemmons
Road, between New Hope
and Vernon, paved with
county participating in
paving of Clemmons Road.
Large Scale Amendment.
:Cypress Crossing (49
lots) Off of Parrish Still,
Road, paved. Platting in
process (Land Use change
was not required). DEP
Permit pending. *


Ridge Lake Estates
(subdivision, phase I/81ots)
- Pine Ridge Road, paved;
LUC is not required. Sub-
division application and
preliminary plat submitted.
Preliminary Plat approved
by PC on July 11 and
BOCC on July 27.
*Vernon Subdivision
(RRP Enterprises/48 lots)
Hwy 277, Vernon, paved;
LUC is not required. City
water and sewage. Pre-
liminary review of the plat
started by Planning Office,
approved by PC on July 11
and Vernon Town Council
on July 24.
*Lake Pointe
(subdivision/31 lots) Old
Bonifay Road, paved;
LUC is, not required. Pre-
liminary Plat approved by
PC on July 11 and BOCC
on July 27.
*Blueberry Hill
(subdivision/289 lots and
five acres) Strickland
Road, west of Ebro, paved.
Planned Unit Develop-
ment: phase 1-22 lots. one
acre each; phase 11-142
lots, V4 acre each; phase
III-125 lots. 1/4 acre each;
commercial phase-five
acres. Application with-
drawn due to lack of notice


by developer of public
hearing.
*John Hawkins Stor-
age Building (three acres)
- Hwy 280 and Hwy
279, paved. Land Use
Change from Agriculture/
Silviculture to General
Commercial. Approved by
BOCC and forwarded to
DCA. Ordinance adopted.
*Henry Chambers St.
Mary's Road, Caryville.
Required to do a Land Use
Change to correct a density
problem, At instruction of
the Planning Commission.
City water available.
*John Daniel and An-
drew Sherrod (500 lots,
218 acres) Elkcam
Blvd, adjacent to Sunny
Hills, paved. Large Scale
Amendment-Agriculture
to Low/Medium Density
Residential (Planned Unit
Development).
*Emerald Coast Asso-
ciates, Inc. (nine phases
for 580 units) -Arnold
property, southwest of
Ebro. Large Scale Amend-
ment-Agriculture to Low/
Medium Density Residen-
tial (Planned Unit Devel-
opment).
Planning Commission
recommended not for-


COMM~iU NIUTIUINE WS


NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
Chipley Chess Club info NoTI'EiSMEAEBYGivENrnal
purSua to Wrnt of E ecuTaor.I
The Chipley Chess Club was started in May of this 'ssu, in, 'e Coury Court o
Vear. Attendance has been good with players coming W* n.,oen Coty oda.on
from as far away as Bonifay. Sunny Hills. and New Hope, Int"rc ,.u"""as,6,. 6en,.
.' ll .ld hc acia1 Frcnda ..c w ,ip ,i

Ala. We have players of all levels. a ar0 o3,1, & Stacy T woiir w*a
dalandartiniu. ,eing Case No I
The meeting place has been changed to the Hardee's e-a.5-cc-1is ,idcolit.1 ,
in Chile Bobby Haddock, as Sheriff of
in Chipley. annglo.County Flrida ha.e I
The Club meets at 5 p.m. every Tuesday. Interested ... ..n..por ,,nengn1Gad
"irlere.omedelfendarlsi Da io
players should take their chessboard and join them Tues- S'St'yTower .inae.ie..upon
day at 5p.m. and will Sal Ire. property lliadl
day at 5 p.m. below aDec to10 all prior liens I
Call Linda at 638-1314 for more information. ep, cdbrntoet.anp iplmednts
far as may rC to the pa.T.-e.,t,
of cost, and th. lalisacl.tn of
Caryville elections on October 3 ', e ar .....
A general election for the town of Caryville will be 99' rdRangerSupeGrrR
held Tuesday. Oct. 3 at Caryville Town Hall located at ,IN iFTCRl4A6vPA73
S *" i LicerO' s 9 .j. CGA' -
4436 Old Spanish Trail in Caryville. ---.-an.,-. infeo"'
1bader or cah. at th Wa iahing-
Term of office expires for the following positions: Seat bon county ril,na wOffic-. :11I
No. 1 and Seat No. 4. These offices will be open to quali- conrd StFo'nC,,ison iahtof
field candidates. Qualifying for these offices will begin at Ia,206 inabe'n9,& a
8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 28, and end at 12:00 p.m. Thursday,. tharautar apo.oi The'
Aug. 31. hiqt loaer ior casn n r. ara or
ilOC aiCri'lerdn lbink chc.cI Orly
Qualifying fee for each office is $100. Those wishing No po .o..ai cnec,. .on-,yor.
uans.orcredil cards aIe acce pned
to qualify may do so with the town clerk at the Caryville a a...
Town Hall during business hours for the above-stated deond .......s.... anO
period. ini, bid at ireo,r bid rce Fiase
priod. : ..nota nat rere. r., mirlnur iOld
The voter registration books will close on Sept. 5, Dated August 10. 2006 Bobby
2006. All residents within the town limits of Caryville, Courrty ByLe' K Pits Court
who are registered to vote by Sept. 5. 2006, are eligible P"o';e"s""" anc
to vote in this town election regardless of where they live er.owr. tiab,,li need-
in the town. participate at thi, proceing.
should contact L ia Pitt. at the
Town elections are nonpartisan and political party af- ahington County Sneritf.
O1 6ica al a:.0-636-6129 r.o. ilnr
filiation does not apply. r. ean.e1.71idas ponor itodaei
Anyone with questions or needing other informa- ofhirol ,-e .ning on
tion regarding the upcoming town election, should call Cou1ty NAA.L.,16 23 30
SCaryville Town.Hall, (850) 548-5571.


Democrats meet
The Washington County Democratic Executive Com-
mittee will meet on Thursday, Sept. 7, at 6 p.m. The
meeting will'be held at the CWA Union Hall in Chipley.
For more information, contact Mickey Burch.


Building codes update
The Washington County Building Department will
hold a meeting on Sept. 7, at 9 a.m. to discuss Florida
building codes
The meeting will take place in the county government
annex meeting room, 1331 South Boulevard in Chipley.
For more information contact the Washington County
Building Department at 638-6195.


RMS open house
Roulhac Middle School will hold open house from
4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13. Information on supple-
mental educational services (after school tutoring) will
be discussed.


Upcoming events at KMS
September:
1-18 Sally Foster fund-raiser (KMS receives 50 per-
cent of all proceeds)
5-8 Book Fair in the KMS library, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
10 Grandparents day
15 Homecoming and final day for T-shirt sale
22 Special guests, author and illustrator Tim Thomas
and Robert Hill will read and autograph their book to
help kickoff the school's year of AR (advanced reader)
activities
26 Early Release Day (car riders 12:15, bus riders 12:
30)
25 Johnny Appleseed's birthday
From the KMS office:
Progress reports went home Sept. 1. Parents are asked
to look them over and contact their child's teacher with
any questions.


Advertisement
The City of Chipley hereby re-
queClt. proposals irom qdualiled
indiviuaia or iiim1; lo provide
arcrileiaurai service lor a HIS.
torko Preservation Grant for the
Old City ail Building
Scope or Pr.,aci consias of
Installation of HVAC System;
Upgrading restrooms for ac-
cessibility; restoration/repair of.
doors, stairs and floors; related
architectural and engineering
serice3a including eixpoaation or
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A Historic Pre~arvaio n Proleat 01
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needs and feasibility ..-.se;tiga-
tion, -:urvey.r etg.,. deasig,',
cost estimating, permitting,
,construction management and
construction observation..
Respondents are required to sub-
mit an original and five (6) copies
In a sealed envelope marked
"SEALED PROPOSAL FOR AR-
CHITECTURAL SERVICES HPG".
Proposals must be received
by 2:00 p.m. on September 8,
2006, at the City Hall of Chipley,
attention City Clerk's Office. The
mailing address is: P.O. Box
1007, Chipley, Florida 32428. The
street address is 1442 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, Florida 32428.
Proposals will be opened and
ranked for award at a later date
in September.
The City of Chipley reserves.the
right to reject any nd all propos-
als, to waive any Informalities or
technicalities in the proposal pro-
cess and to award the contracts)
In the best Interest of the City.
Architectural service contracts)
may be subject to grant/loan
award and release of funds by
the funding agency.
THE CITY OF CHIPLEY SUP-
PORTS "EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYMENT, FAIR HOUSING
AND PROVIDING HANDICAP
ACCESS".
As published in the Washington
County News August 30, Sep-
tember 6, 2006
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA, FOURTEENTH JU-
DICIAL CIRCUIT.
CASE NO. 47-04-CA-329
MARGARET H. FLETCHER,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS AT


LAW OF KATE A FAULK. DE-
CEASED
Deler.aarL.-
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO THE UNKNOWN HEIRS
AT LAW OF KATE A FAULK
DECEASED ADDRESSES UN-
KNOWN
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED.
Irl ar. actor, to quiet Lite on rina
o follOing des.cribea real pcOpert,.
lo-WIl
EXHIBIT A
Beginning at tne Soulnwe-'l
corner ot LOt 4 in BIlo.K A of1
Hagerman's Additrin Io City al
Cnipley. Florida anrd running
thence Nort &along WeV.i bouna
ry line ol sald lot ;evenrry-one
171) e1661 Ir a poIn01 o oeginrng.
Thence runningg East parallel
witn Soutn boundary linre of said
ilt one rundred nfit y 1150) ieel.
chance Nonr, parallel Ahil, We il
boundary Irna eo .aId lot airty
160) leel Inence W t l parallel
witr, Soulcn Doundary line 01 iaid
lo onr-" r.j',d.ed i|Tyt ra0,i r. .l-
reiva bounr.darV'IAeMt ;.a
lot, irerce Soutn along Wealst
Doundary line of aid lot irITy 1601
ael to the pointlol Dginninrg and
being a Dart of said Lot 4 BIOCK
A Hagerirn'ar's Adlon Io CIty
o01 Crpi" Florida .n Seclior,
33 Township 5 Norir. Rang.?
13 W-tl
AND
Beginning at Ine Soutreit car.
ner or Lot 4 Bloc', A 01 Hager.
mar,. Addition to C.tf oi Criiley
Florida and running Inernce3E
along inr Souitr DoUUaary line
or sali Lol 4 a alliance 01 one0
nundred a.enrf ahr.e .I73| il.
inarce running Nortn parallel Oir,
Weal boundary line o saidl ot1 4 a
d. aran o sevennlyonl (7T1) Al
ior a point l0 bteglaning Inence
running North paralli To. Ire
West boundaryi lne of ;aid 101 4 a
disteanceol clxty 1601 real nence
running Ea;l parallel to Ine Souln
boundary al said o1l 4 a aielance
of one hundred fifty I 50) leel
irence Souln along Eait bound-
ary line Gl said lot 4 a alliance
of iRy 160 leel nence runrlolg
Weal parallel to Souin boundary
Ihneol said ll4 e aallanlA Ol one
hundred fiity 11 fOie Elo irtit h lni
of beginning ell in Lol 4 BlocV A.
Hagairran r. Addition 10o Cripiy.
Florida. in Sectionr, 33 Township
5 North Range 13 West, In
Washington County..
and Inal piorr.n of real p.op-ry
rreasuring 23 leal, more or lesit,
East and West, by 60 feet, North
an, Souh ahich lies bet*reen Ihe
two parcels described above. and
tnict, manes Ihe ertlfr p.'Oparty
measurd323 feet East and West,
by 60 feet North and South.
THAT PROPERTY DESCRIBED
IN EXHIBIT A ATTACHED
HERETO AND MADE A PART
HEREOF
has eaan Iled agalnlil you and
you are required to serve a copy
of yourinttendelen S ii ar.y.lo
t. on GERALD HOLLEY Anorney
lor Plainrilf. nosr adaore; IS
P 0 Box 268. Cniplay Florida
32428, anda ile lIe original Atllh
the CleiK of Ir.6 above stylCe
Court on or Delore October 3
2006. otherwMie a judgreant may
be entered against, you for the
iliael demanded in .e Pelillion.
WITNESS my hand and seal of
said Court on 8/23/, 2006.,
LINDA H. COOK
Clerk of Court
BY:K McDaniel
Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News August 30 and
September 6, 13, 20, 2006.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT .OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 67-06-CA-310
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF 1992
CHEVROLET TRUCK
COLEN FRANKLIN HUTCHIN-
SON
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PRO-
SCEEDING
TO ALL PERSONS WHO
CLAIM AN INTEREST IN THE
ABOVE-DESCRIBED PROP-
ERTY, WHICH WAS SEIZED
ON OR ABOUT JULY 18, 2006,
IN WASHINGTON 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 Circuit Court
within 20 days of the publication
of this notice, with a copy of
the Response sent to Brandon
J. Young, Attorney for Chipley
Police Department, 4431 Lafay-
ette Street, Marianna, Florida
32446. A Petition for Rnal Order
of Forfeiture has been filed In the
above-styled cause.
BRANDON J. YOUNG, Esq.
Baker, Mercer & Young


4431 Lafayette Street
Mi..ar.r,a Flor.oa 32446
(8501 526-36:13
Fla Bar No 0550736
Anttomy lor Cn plny Police De-
pa -rITerI '
As published in the Washington '
County News August 30, Sep-
tember 6,2006. ,

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
TiE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH-.
INGTON COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 67-06-CA-714
DIVISION
BANK ONE. NATIONAL ASSO.
CIATION F/K/A THE FIRST NA-
TIONAL BANK OF CHICAGO
AS TRUSTEE,
SPlaintiff,
Vs.
MAGGIE ANDREWS, at al,'
Defendants)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE-..
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant.to a Final Judgment
of Mortgage For-..iolure dated
Auguil 21 006 arnd enlared,
ir. Case No 67-06 CA-714 ol
Ine Cucui Cou.1 ol the FOUR.
TEENTH Juai.-ial Circuil inr ad
lor WASHINGTON County
Floode rneriln BANK ONE
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FiK/
A THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CHICAGO. AS TRUSTEE
Is the Plaintiff and MAGGIE
ANDREWS DARRELL LYNN
ANDREWS DARLA ArDREWS
ROGER DALE ANDREWS SR;
LINDA F ANDREWS ADAMI. L
ANDREWS ANY AND ALL UN
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY THROUGH UNDER AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFEUDANTISt
WHO ARE rjDT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSES HEIRS DEvISEES
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS CON.
SECO FINANCE SERVICING
CORP. A DISSOLVED CORPO-
RATION FIK/AGREENTREE FI
NANCIAL SERVICING CORPO-
RATION CENTURYFItANCiAL
GROUP, INC., A DISSOLVED
CORPORATION; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
S STEMS INCORPORATED
are Ir.e Der-nrdanri, I dll ell
to the highest and best bidder,
for-cash at FRONT STEPS'OF
THE WASHINGTON COUNTY
CO(JRTHOUSE at 11:00A.M., on
the'2 day of Oct., 2006, the fol-
lowing described property as set
forth In said Final Judgment:
COMMENCE AT A POINT
470.54 FEET EAST OF THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
THE SOUTHEAST ONE-QUAR-
TER OF THE SOUTHWEST
ONE-QUARTER OF SECTION
11, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE.16 WEST, THENCE
RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 20
MINUTES 09 SECONDS' EAST
758 17 FEET TO THE NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF HIGH-
WAY NUMBER 280. THENCE
SOUTH 51 DEGREES 1 MIN.
UTES 30 SECONDS WEST
ALONG THE NORTH RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF SAID HIGHWAY
NUMBER 280 815 28 FEET
THENCE NORTH 13 DEGREES
13 MINUTES 42 SECONDS
WEST, 53277 FEET TO.THE
POINT OF BEGINNING CON-
TAINING 4.8 ACRES, MORE OR
LESS, ALL LYING AND BEING
IN WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 5266 Douglas Ferry Road,
Caryville, FL 32427
Any person claiming an interest
In the surplus from the sale, if
any, other than the property
owner as of the date of the Us
Pendens must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on Aug. 23,
2006. Linda H. CookClerk of the
Circuit Court
By: K McDaniel
Deputy Clerk
As published In the Washington
County News August 30 and
September 6, 2006.
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 67-06CP-080
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GLADYS P. LANFORD
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of Gladys P. Lanford, deceased,
whose date of death was Novem-
ber 30, 2005, and whose Social
Security Number is 263-78-8275,
is pending in the Circuit Court
for Washington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which Is P.O. Box 647, Chipley,
Florida 32428. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-


resentative and the personal
rereeEier.:ai iv anorr.ey are ea i
lo.n below
All creditors of the decedent and
olhet D-rtor, having .:i3;rT, r Or
,.Tanrd: aaa,nrl aecerIrdi :
e.ilAt or, t-.',r, a COPE 01 ni:l
1- r.ifred t0 oe ;rnd
mu:i ,, ir I. i -r Cle-Ti w n tIrs
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 owr,r creoloi ol Ihe dcr.de r
and otr.i.t P l':on l having clairr,'
or demands,againil decedanl
e.tiaie m'u hl Ie I rir.ir clairr. wiln
IriE court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH
IN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FOATH IN SECTION 733 702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBE ATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO I'lI
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE'
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED. ,
Tr,- oats orI fir: 1 publcation o r IN
nor.,: .e AuI 30 006
Attorney for Personal Repre-
sentative:
Kramer A. Utvak
Attorney for Patrick Rodney
Parrish
Lir.a.K Beale> s tnl.on LLP
Fionoa Bar No 965861
226 East Government Street
P.rEi.:ola Flondla 32502
Tepler.o tc. 1650143.9618
Personal Repre.enbive
PalncK Rodney Pmrr.ih
75a Elza Ware Road
Brceard Florida 7?712
As publanhed .n InA Walzringion
County News August 3.0 and
SeplErrnber 6 2006
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE 14'" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO 67 06-CA-24a
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
:uccea;or Dy Cr.eger o CHASE
MANHATTAN MORTGAGE
CORPORATION
Plairtilfl
Vs.
CURTIS RANDALL JENKINS,
et ux, et al.,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or Final
Judgment Scheduling Foreclo-
sure Sale entered on Aug. 15.
2006 in Inil case now -npr.aing
In said Court Ine 1tyle o01 crien
I r.adicaled aD ov
I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash In the WASHING-
TON County Courthpuse, 1293
JACKSON AVENUE, CHIPLEY,
FLORIDA 32428 at 11:00 am.,
on tre 28 day'oi S0 L. 2006 Itnr.
IlIOIr.g deacr.Ded property as
set Ionrm in said Order or
Final JudgrT.ent to- .
TWO ACRES IN THE NORTH-
WESTCORNEROFTHENORTH
HALF OF THE *SOUTHWEST
QUARTER OF THE SOUTH-
EAST QUARTER OF SECTION
9, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH
RANGE 12 WEST, WASHING-
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/k/a: 2219 JEWEL RD.; AL-
FORD, FL 32420
ANY .PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF
THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE
A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS
AFTER THE SALE.
ENTERED at WASHINGTON
County, Florida, this 16 day of
AUGUST, 2006.
Linda Hayes Cook
As Clerk, Circuit Court
WASHINGTON, COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By: K McDaniel
As Deputy Clerk
SPEAR & HOFFMAN P.A.
Dadeland Executive Center
9700 South Dixie Highway, Suite
610
Miami, Florida 33156
Telephone: (305) 670-2299
/mr
As published in the Washington
County News August 30 and
September6,,2006.
REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS
RFOQ#04
Notice Is hereby given that the
City Council of the City of Chipley
Is seeking:
"Request for Qualifications for
Wastewater Lift Station Improve-
ments"
Specifications may be obtained
from the City Clerk of the City of
Chipley located at 1442 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, FL 32428, (8650)
638-6350.


Propc,:.ai. w;il be accepltd until
2 00 p i Fr.1as3,, ip-i:T.bbr 8
2006 at Ch-pley C.Ty Hall 14j2
jaCK0.1 Avenue Chipley Flordla
3 m2 a Ba iIII l. cperne a11
2:30 p.m. .
For additional information, con-,
lacI JhiT M.-rr, CTy AOmi-'ni'ir'a
Ir or Patr,.:A Yale; r CieryCii, i
l85ui Ej8 6310
Er..nlopes. rr.u. b- aesicd and
pliarly mark d
Recqur-. Ior GualiflCailcn:. I.r
Wahlecater ULn iat.r.I,. Irrproe.
FIFO 04
Tr.e City Council or tr, C.T or
Chiplay re.ervez. he righi 0
reliel ar.y ario all oropo al 10
awai ary and all .r.riorrr.ant.;
or mrregul3 nia ard io reed a ll
cr sany ps-I cI arFny propoms a
'I may der.tab ,r, t b Ihe bicl
,,lresi of lha Czn'l 0t o ine C'ty
or Cnipley.
AT pubih-eld in ine Wa'-,hinralc.n
County NteI Augull 26 30
Seapfimber 6 2006

WASHINGTON COUNTY ANI.
MAL SERVICES
DAVID CORBiN DIRECTOR
JOHN RONEY ANIMAL CON.
TROL OFFICER JOSH RUDD
;ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
1331 SOUTH BOULEVARD,
SUITE 215, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA
32428
PHONE 1850, 638-6306 FA'X
(850) 638-6079
Six horses were impounded on
,281086 by Wa.ningtor Courty
AniTal Seric.es ouin ol Vernon
on HWY 79 cliil e auctiora on
September 11 2006 @ 900am
at Ine Warhingior Countv Sod
farm. 651 Hwy 273 Chipley,
FL 32428'
As publiroad in fire Wasriuna-
Ion County News SepleGimbe
6, 2006 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR WASH
INGTON COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO P7-06-CA 192
ROBERT HAROLD BROWN,
Plaintiff,
vS- '
DONALD LEE ADAMS, SR.
AND HIS WIFE MAY VIRGINIA
ADAMS, STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
'and ROSA L. WRIGHT,.
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice i hereby given talt pursu-
3r 10 a Fira Summiary Judgmerlt
of Foreclosur.i nierea on Augudt
23, 2006, in the above-styled
cause, in the Circuit Court of
WarningionCounty Floiioa IA il
sell o mne higher r.ad esi idaer
lor casn in the lobby at Ine front
0oor oI me Wasninglon County
Courthouse in Cniplay. Wasn.
Ingion County Flori a at 11 00
a m on In 2v day 01 October.
2006, the loflowing described
property act fortn in me Oraer of
Final Judgment
The East Half of Lot 37, in
Chtpley Heigr.Is Dekle Land
Company Adaition Io the Town
o1 Cnipaly Fiorraa aid 10t being
in tie We i Half ol the Soutnnes
Quarter al Section 3 Town-
ship 4 North, Range 13 Westal.
Washington County, Floriae
Together with a 1999 Fleetwood
Eagle Trace Mobile Home VIN:
GAFLX54A83896ES21 .an
GAFLX54B83896ES21
Dated this 31 day of August,
2006.
LINDA HAYES COOK
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: K McDaniel
Deputy Clerk
As published in the Washington
County News September 6, 13,
2006.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLOR-

IDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 67-06-CP-133
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANNE GATTUSO PENKALA
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
(Ancillary Summary Administra-
tion without Will)
TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMSOR DEMANDSAGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified that an
Order of Summary administra-
tion will be entered In the Estate
of ANNE GATTUSO PENKALA,
Deceased, File Number 67-06-
CP-133, By the Circuit Court
for Washington County. Fiond3
Probate Division, the address of
Which is P.O. Box 647 Chipley,


FL 32428; that the decedent's
date of death was JULY 3, 2004;
that the total value of the estate,
after known creditors are paid,
Is $10,500 and that the names
and addresses of those to whom
it has been assigned by such
order are:
GRANK GATTUSO
N'11097 MUD LAKE ROAD '
WAUSAUKEE, WI 54711-
.- 100% .
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:
All creadioris the elair of the
decedent and persons having
cia;Tri tor d,-mar.di against the
eiar11. c-I irl, Oe,:oer,tI olrl-r
Ir,a Ithose or wtriom prv-l.Or.
for rull payment wi.a -Iade i r mn
Order of SurriTary A,T,irirra.
or, nutl ril- heir clirn' ; win
I',, cOurt WITHIN THREE p1i
MI.:NTHS AFTTAR THE CATE OF
THE FIRST PULIgA Oij, Fs.
THIS NOTICE. '
ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOR-
EvER BARRED
NOT WITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE
SANY CLlMr FILED TWO :'.l
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice Is SEPTEMBER 6,2006
*Attorney for Petitioner Frank
Gattuso
Michael J. Heath, Esq.
Florida Bar #0010419
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land, FL 33706
Phone 727-360-2771
Pation Girong Nolic,
Frank Ganu~o
i 11097 Mud Lai Road .R
abu;.aukee W1 547 11
As pubilrina Ir. tr.e Wa-ningtori
County News September 6,
13,2006.
Notice of Proposeo Ordinance
Hearing
You are hereby notified the Board
of County Commissioners of
Washington County, Florida, will
on the 280 day of September
2006 at 5:00 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as possible, at its
regular meeting place of 1331
'South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida
consider the adoption of the fol-
lowing proposed ordinance:
AN ORDINANCE OF. WASH-
INGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA;
PROHIBITING THE PUBLIC
CONSUMPTION OF ANY AL-
COHOLIC BEVERAGES WITHIN
ONE HUNDRED FEET (100')
OF ANY PACKAGE STORE,
CONVENIENCE STORE OR
FOOD STORE SELLING ALCO-
HOLIC BEVERAGES; PROVID-
ING AUTHORITY; PROVIDING
PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION;
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The Ordinance may be inspected
by the public at the Board of
County Commissioners Office
at the above address or at the
Washington county Board Fi-
nance Office, 1293 Jackson Av-
enue, Chipley, Florida 32428. Any
interested parties may appear at
the meeting and be heard with
respect to the ordinance.
Given byOrderof.Sald Board this
24m day of August, 2006.
Washington County .
Board of County Commissioners
Linda H. Cook, Clerk
By: Dianne Carter
Dianne Carter, Deputy Clerk
. As published In the Washington
County News September 6, 13,
2006.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to Chapter 83, Part IV,
Notice is given pursuant to the
Self-Storage Act, Florida Statutes
Chapter 83, Part IV, that Lamar L
Townsend, owner of self-storage
facility will sell by auction to the
highest bidder, the contents of
space rented to the following
lessees.
Name-Space No.
Property stored
SAMMIE BROWN # G
JOHNNIE BARFIELD # N
RONALD GUNNELS # V
The same will be held at the
self-storage facility located at
Railroad Av. & Griffin Road,
Chipley, Washington County,
la. On MONDAY SEPTEMBER
11, 2006 at8:00 A.M.
Lamar L. Townsend, Owner
DATED: AUG.31, 2006
As published In the Washington
County News September 6, 9,
2006.


LEG~~AL OIE


warding to DCA on July
11; BOCC confirmed this
on July 27. Amendment
not forwarded to DCA.
*Blue Springs
(subdivision/38.5 acres, 59
units) East of SR 77, south
of Sunny Hills Boulevard
and Dumajack Road, on
Fairhaven Drive. All roads
paved, except 0.6 miles
of Dumajack Road. Large
Scale Amendment-Agri-
culture to Low/Medium
Density Residential.
Planning Commission
recommended forwarding
to DCA on July 11; BOCC
confirmed this on July 27.
Ameiidment forwarded to
DCA.
*David and Karen Morris
(three acres, six units with
no subdivision) Sleepy
Hollow'Drive, off of Hwy
77, paved and unpaved.,
Small Scale Amendment
from Low Density to Low/
Medium Density. Replace
existing mobile homes
and build six rental units to
provide affordable housing.
Approved and forwarded
to DCA.


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tion, you can visit
www.washingtonfl.com.







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12A, Washington County News, Wednesday, September 6, 2006


Perry's Prattle

By Perry Wells


N OPV


This is the May 5,1946, wedding party of Arkie Wells Revell and her late husband,
Percy Revel. On the left is Elder H.E. Harris. On the right is Elder S.W. Holland
and Elder Carlton W. Todd. Arkie is the oldest of the Alex Wells and Arleva Cook
Wells daughters. She, along with her son, Johnny Revell and wife, Nancy, daugh-
ters, Linda and husband, Bobby McClellan, Kelly, and husband, Bill Ruell, plus
grandchildren and great-grandchildren, were in attendance at the recent family
gathering.


The "prattler" has at-
tended a record number of
family reunions this year.
Hester has even accused
me of hinting for an invita-
tion. Imagine that!
I attribute my being in-
vited to so many reunions
to the fact that members of
the particular family have
contributed stories for in-
clusion in the 1Wshington
County Heritage Book at
my suggestion. They know
that Perry has books for;
distribution and they want.
him to come and share
those historic "gems" With-
other family members. So
far, I have written com-
ments in the "prattle" col-
umn on each reunion event
attended. I've tried to re-
port on the Heritage Books
placed at each gathering.
I "visited" the Alex
Wells and Arleva Cook
Wells Offspring Reunion
Sunday, Aug. 12. I use the
word "visited" as I %\as un-
able'to stay foftth meal. I
admit it was hard driving
off and missing out on


those delicious fried mul-
let after smelling the entic-
ing aroma as Carlton Wells
and Mike Birge fried them
for the event. ,
This assembly of the
twelve children of the
above couple had its be-
ginning approximately
thirty years ago while both
parents were still living.
It has continued since the
death of Uncle Alex and
Aunt Arleva. Sons, Lee
Ellison died in 1990 and
Parker in 1997.
All of the ten remaining
siblings, some %%ith spous-
es and many with children,
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren, attended
the recent reunion. It was
held at the home of Carlton
and Marion Wells on Wells
Road. The gathering was
held in a newly construct-
ed beautiful and comfort-
able dining area adjacent
to their home, which was
completed just in time for
this year's event. I did not
count the number of resi-
dences which have been


built from Highway 280
all the way to the top of
the hill at the end of Wells
Road. I would guess six or
more. Joel Wells and wife,
Wanda, reside in this house
which was the last home of
Joel's parents, Carlton and
wife, Marion, live closer
to Highway 280. .Other
children and grandchildren
now reside in those other
homes.
Sister, Wilma Wells
Stubbs, lives in Vernon
and Imogene Wells Birge
resides near Caryv ille.
The oldest sister. Arkie
Wells Revell, resides in
Avon Park with daughter,
Linda. Mary Wells Perdue
,and husband, Julius, along
with John Alex Wells Jr.
and wife, Jeannette, have
made Penisacola their
home all of their married
lives. Rufus Wells and
wife, Mary, call Ocala their
home. Harrell Wells has
lived and worked in Phenix
City, Ala., for many years.
as does the youngest of
the girls, Annie Lou Wills


I C MMUIT NE S


2006,Chipley
Alumni Band
Attention all CHS Band
Alumni! The "Spirit of the
Tiger" Band would like to
invite its alumni to join the
band during halftime of the
Homecoming game against
Bozeman on September 15.
The band %\ ill perform part
of its halftime show, and
then alumni band members
will join the band on the
field to perform "Eye of
the Tiger" and the "CHS
Fight Song" as part of a
tribute to Coach Phillip
Rountree.
The alumni band will
meet for a short rehearsal at
5:15 at the stadium before
the game. Band Alumni
are asked to contact the
band office at 638-6100,
ext. 525 or band@chipley
highschool.com for music
and more information.

Chief thanks
community for
crime tips
"Thank you for the tips
and information that you
continue to forward to the
Chipley Police Department
regarding suspicious activ-
ity in and around Chipley,"
Chief Kevin Crews said
recently. "You see, a lot of
the times your calls, your
information, and your tips
are the reason behind an
investigation being initiat-
ed by our office in the first
place. As the old saying
goes and has been proven
most of the time, "where
there is smoke, there is
fire."
"We have had great suc-
cess with narcotic investi-
gations and eradicating il-
legal drugs in Chipley, but


I do realize there continues
to be problem areas in our
neighborhoods that we
have not corrected yet.
"I truly appreciate your
support and commitment
in taking a stand in helping
to make Chipley a cleaner
and safer place to live. I
continue to ask for you to
call the Chipley Police De-
partment with suspicious
activity and remember;
together we can make a
difference," said Crews.

Chipley meetings
Chipley City Council
will hold the following
meetings during Septem-
ber.
Chipley City Council
workshop meeting Thurs-
day, Sept. 7, at 4 p.m. in
the City Hall Council
chambers.
City Council budget
workshop will be at 5 p.m.
on Sept. 7, in the Council
chambers.
Chipley City Council's
regular council meeting
\\ill be held on Tuesday,
Sept. 12, at 6 p.m. in the
City Hall Council cham-
bers.
Chipley City Council
will hold a public hearing
on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at
5:05 p.m. in the City Hall
Council chambers.

Five Points
Crime Watch
Five Points Crime
Watch will hold a meeting
on Thursday, Sept. 7, at
6 p.m. at the Five Points
recreation center. Topic
of discussion will be a
grant for improvements at
the center. There will be a
covered dish supper after
the meeting. All interested


parties are urged to attend
and take along a favorite
covered dish, to share.
For more information
contact Jerry Haviland at
638-6217 or 535-2747.

Book Fair at VMS
During the week of
Sept. 11-15, Vernon Middle
School will host.a Scholas-
tic Book Fair in the school
library. On Sept. 11 from 3:
30-5 p.m., parents will be
able to accompany their
student to the book fair.

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

Save the Children
Save the Children Chris-
tian Center needs stuffed
animals to put in gift boxes
for area senior citizens.
If anyone can help, they
should drop off stuffed
animals at 805 Main Street
in Chipley. For more in-
formation call, (850) 638-
0260.

Buildings sought
The Washington County
Historical Society is help-
ing obtain buildings for the
Heritage Village planned
for Daniels Lake. Call
Dorothy Odom at 638-
0358.


Richard, and husband,
Herman.
A few invited guests
came in for this annual
family gathering. The visi-
tors were mostly members
of Bethel Primitive Bap-
tist Church where all the
Wells children grew up
and where several of them
*maintain. church member-
ship.
Daughter, Wilma Wells
Stubbs' was the contribu-
tor of Part I and Part II
stories regarding the John
Alex Wells Sr. and Arleva
Cook Wells family history.
Part I was the history of the
parents with Part II cover-
ing the children. These sto-
ries have much special and
meaningful interest to the
Wells children, the grand-
children and, ultimately,
the generations to come.
Two of the offspring
purchased the Heritage
of Washington County
book prior to printing and
four additional ones were
placed with other family
members during my visit
with them. One book went
to Phenix City, Ala., one
to Ashboro, N.C. I am
anticipating that many
more of the books will be
purchased by other family
members as the books are
passed around for them to
see.
The Heritage Book
committee members were
told recently by a repre-
sentative of the publishing
company that he had never
witnessed a book "take off"


in sales as has the Wash-
ington County book. Due
to this fact, we now have
an additional printing in
our possession which, ac-
cording to my information,
will be our final shipment.
The publisher has stated
he originally thought we
would not be needing these
final books until around
Christmas time.
The Heritage Books are
available at $64.20, both
at the Washington County
Library in Chipley and
from the "Prattler." My
telephone number is (850)
638-1016. Yes, I will mail
a book to you for the ad-
ditional $5 fee. I have
mailed 19 already and all
have been delivered safely
and in good order. If I'm
beginning to sound like a
book salesman, maybe that
is what I am.
Our book is a "clas-
sic" and it thrills me to
see the excitement that I
saw in the young folks at
the recently attended Alex
Wells' reunion. I saw the
same keen interest in the
eyes of Cliff Iles when he
recently purchased a book
and fell right into reading
it with his special magni-
fying instrument. Cliff de-
scribes himself as a Civil
War history buff and he
%%as happy to find the re-,
cord of service in that war
by Col. W.D. Chipley, for
whom the town of Chipley
is named.
I fully expect the "Prat-
tier" to be mentioning


the Heritage Book in his
writing, at least through
the upcoming Christmas
season. The books are nice
gifts for any occasion and I
have had the experience al-
ready of one person giving
them to two of her brothers
as 50th Wedding Anniver.
sary gifts. Many others are
buying them for upcoming
birthday and Christmas
presents. I have other
family reunion invitations
on my calendar for the
remaining months of 2006.
I appreciate every one and
my promise holds true. If
you invite the "Prattler" to
your event, he promises he
will make every effort to
be there and bring along
a "limited supply" of Heri-
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Guardian ad
Litem Program
The Guardian ad Litem
Program is seeking vol-
unteers to represent the
best interest of abused and
neglected children in our
community. Volunteers are
need in Holmes and Wash-
ington Counties. Please
call 482-9127, 674-2799,
or 638-6043. Training be-
gins soon.
Wright
fund-raiser
Rosie Wright was diag-
nosed with colon cancer
July 25 and will be under-


going radiation and chemo
treatments five days a
week for the next five-to-
six weeks.
A special account has
been set up for Rosa
Wright at Wachovia Bank.
Anyone who would like to
help with the cost of gas
for her medical trips, is
asked to make a donation
at Wachovia Bank.
Unofficial
reunion
Unofficial Vernon High
School class of 1986 re-
union will be held at the
Homecoming football
game on September 29.


VHS Class
of 1997
The Vernon High School
Class of 1997 is in the
process of locating class
members' updated contact
information for our up-
coming 10-year reunion in
the fall of 2007. If you are
a member of the VHS class
of 1997 please contact An-
drea Gainey at andreagaine
y@bellsouth.net.

CHS Class of
1976 reunion
Plans have been made
for the 30th reunion of the
Chipley High School Class


of 1976. All members of
this class are invited to
attend. Meet at the track
behind the old Chipley
High School at noon on
September 15 to ride to.
gether in the Homecoming
parade. They will sit as a
group at the Homecoming
game that evening.
Pre-game activities will
start at 6:30 p.m. There
will be a social immedi.
ately following the game at
the Orange Hill Volunteer
Fire Department located
at 1927 Orange Hill Road.
Please send any contact
information to Susan Clark
at susan.clark@enolacontr
acting.com.


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Lykins 50th anniversary
Wiley and Mary Lykins will celebrate 50 years of mar-
riage Sept. 19, and their son, Lloyd Lykins, and his fam-
ily are hosting a reception in their honor.
The Rev. and Mrs. Lykins moved to Wausau more than
20 years ago when he became pastor of the Wausau Pen-
tecostal Holiness Church. They have made their home
there ever since.
The reception will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16,
in the church fellowship hall. The hosts extend an invita-
tion to all friends to come celebrate this joyous occasion.
'No gifts please." they say, "Your presence will be gift
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Sowell 49th anniversary
Ann and Otis Sovell celebrated their 49th wedding an-
niverary Saturday, August 26, at their home in Bonifay.


'Smith 25th anniversary
Calvary Hill Pentecostal Church in Vernon held a sur-
;prise silver anniversary celebration for Steve and Kathy
'Smith of Vernon. The couple was treated to a covered
,dish supper a cake, roses and gifts. The celebration was a
'small token of appreciation to the Smiths for their dedi-
cation and faithfulness to their church family.

Wausau baseball reunion
The Wausau baseball reunion will be held Saturday,
Sept. 9 at the Possum Palace in Wausau. Festivities will
begin at 10 a.m. Take along a favorite covered dish and
enjoy the day. Dinner will be served at noon. For more
information, call John E. Carter at 638-1043.
4H Youth Speech Contest
Holmes County 4-H Florida Farm Bureau's Youth
Speech Contest will be held at 6 p.m., Friday, Sept. 8,
at the Holmes County Ag Center. TOPIC: What is the
,greatest issue facing Florida agriculture? For information
:call 547-1108.
AWF wrestling
The American Wrestling Federation is in Chipley Sat-
urday, September 9, 8 p.m. at the T.J. Roulhac Enrich-
ment and Activity Center. Tickets $6 general admission.
;Card subject to last-minute change. Proceeds benefit the
T.J. Roulhac Center. Call 638-7183 for information


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Fall Festival
Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab Center Family
Council will hold its sixth
annual Fall Festival on
September 9, at 306 West
Brock Ave., Bonifay, from
11 a.m until 2 p.m.
Activities include a bake
sale, arts and crafts, vendor
booths, silent auction, and
door prizes throughout the
day. Entertainment, pro-
vided during the day will
include, Rivertown Girls,
Calvary Trio and the clown
ministry from DeFuniak
Springs Methodist Church.
Fried chicken plates
with all the trimmings will
be on sale for $5 each from
11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Raffle
items will be $1.00 per
chance. All proceeds will
bN used for the residents.
Vendors are needed
Vendors are needed for
the sixth annual Fall Festi-
val at Bonifay Nursing and,
Rehab Center.
Set-up fee for vendor'
booths will be $25 per
booth. Canned goods such
as jams and jellies are wel-
come but no food vendors
will be accepted. For more
information or to pre-regis-
ter, contact Donna Meldon,
activities director at (850)
547-9289 or Alice Jacobs,
Family Council president
at (850) 547-2579 .

NWFC Rodeo
The Bonifay Kiwanis
Club presents the annual
Northwest Florida Cham-
pionship Rodeo,, -:The
members of the Bonifay
Kiwanis Club would like
to invite everyone to their
62nd Annual Northwest
Florida Championship
Rodeo, Thursday. October
5 through Saturday, Octo-
ber 7, starting at 7:30 p.m.
nightly. Gates will.open.'at, .
5:30 p.m. 1.
Official start for rodeo
weekend is 7:30 p.m. at
Memorial Field on Thurs-
day, October 5. Thursday
night is designated as
'Kids Night". Children 10
and under are admitted free,
and they can meet the In-



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along with other friends
from the Holmes County
Library. Don't miss rodeo
appreciation night and a
chance for giveaways from
rodeo sponsors and friends
of the rodeo.
Advance tickets on sale;
for the location nearest
you call 547-5363 or visit
www.bonifaykiwanis.com.
Adults $12 advance and
$15 at the gate; Children
four to 10 $7 advance, $10
gate; children three and
under free.
The Kiwanis Club is of-
fering for a limited time a
three-day pass for $30 for
adults only. .Passes avail-
able at the Kiwanis Club
office in City Hall, City
Hall and Holmes County
Chamber of Commerce..
All camping spots for
the 2006 Rodeo are sold
out. Reservations for. the
2007 Rodeo will be taken
beginning January 3,
2007. Call 547-5363.
'Live to Ride' Parade
At 2 p.m. on Friday,
October 6,, the rodeo pa-,
rade will be in downtown
Bonifay. It will end in front
of Memorial Field located
on Veterans Boulevard.
On Saturday. October 7,
the rodeo parade will begin
at 2 p.m. with a special ap-
pearance by the Ft. Rucker
Army band.
Parade. applications
can be picked up at the
Kiwanis Club office in
City Hall, City Hall and
Holmes County Chamber
of Commerce.
All participants must
line up at Bonifay El-
ementary School at 307 W.
North Street by 12:30 p.m.
Numbers will be given out
after 10 a.m. This includes
single horse riders. Re-
freshments and, beads to
throw.to, the crowd will be

Entry fee $7 one day or
$10 both days. Businesses
and floats $25 for both
days. Deadline Septem-
ber 29. Fees also apply to
ATVs, go-karts, and off-
road motorcycles.
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plications to the Kiwanis
office September 29. En-
tries on days of the parade
include a $5 late fee.
Float contest during the
Saturday parade. Catego-
ries include business and
organizations, queen floats,
religious and school or
school related. There must
be at least three entries in
each category for a prize
to be awarded. First prize
$200 and second prize
$100. Winners announced
at Saturday night's perfor-
mance.
Rodeo pageant
Sponsored by the HCHS
Blue Pride Band Boosters
will be held Saturday, Sep-
tember 16 at 1 p.m. and 6
p.m. Pageant will be held
in the Holmes County High
School Auditorium. Entry,
forms may be picked up at
HCHS from 1 6 p.m. En-.
try fee $35 per contestant.
Age groups are Tiny
Miss Age 4-5; Young
Miss 10-12; Littlest King
Age 4-5; Jr. Miss 13-15;
Littlest Miss .Age 6-7;
Miss Rodeo 16-20; Little
King Age 7-9; Little Miss
Age 8-9
Registration and Re-
hearsal will be held at Hol-
mes County High School
auditorium, (you may at-
tend one or all). Schedule
follow s: August 29 from 5
7:00 p.m.; Sept. 2, 10 a.m.
- 12 p.m.; Sept. 5, from 5 -
7 p.m.; Sept. 9, 10 a.m.-12
p.m. Late Registration on
Sept. 12, 5-7 p.m. There
will be a $10 late fee. Ad-
mission for pageant is $4
for ages nine and up and $1
for ages 8 and under.
For more information,
call Bonifay Kiwanis Club
Office 547-5363 or Candi
Meeks at 263-7664.
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paign (TETWP) to raise'
money for the fight against
breast cancer.
The NWFC Rodeo
Committee was inspired to
be a part of TETWP after
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one of their longtime ro-
deo friends had recently
been diagnosed with breast
cancer.
Friday, October 6 is
"Tough Enough to Wear
Pink Night". The concept
of tough cowboys wearing
pink might sound funny,
but it is what makes this
campaign so special.
The Bonifay Kiwanis
Club has teamed with the
Holmes County division
of Tri-County Community
Council and the Holmes
County Health Department
to form P.I.N.K (Protec-
tion Is iN Knowledge).
Through P.I.N.K., the Hol-
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Community Council will
be able to help detect
breast cancer through early
screening. Together they
hope to give a positive
message to help kick off
Breast Cancer Awareness
Month for October.'
Everyone who wears
pink on Friday night will
receive a raffle ticket for
the opportunity to win gift
baskets full of gifts donat-
ed by generous sponsors
and friends of the NWFC
Rodeo.
TETWP is a yearlong
western-industry campaign
to raise awareness, and
funds for' breast cancer
research. The campaign
was founded by Terry
Wheatley, a breast cancer
survivor, and Wrangler's
special events director,
Karl Stressman, during the
2004 Wrangler National
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Annslee Kasada
Breland
Jimi Nicole Breland
of Bonifay is pleased to
announce the birth of her
daughter, Annslee Kasada.
Annslee was born on
May 28 in Savannah, Ga.
She weighed six pounds,
three ounces, and was 19-
3/4 inches long.
Grandparents are Pat-
rica and Robert Jackson'
of Claxton, Ga. Her great-
grandmother is Patsy Pe-
ters and her great-grand-
father was the late Carlton
Williams of Caryville. Her
great-great grandmother.
was the late Ada Gay of

Alyssa Loree
Middlebrooks
Adam and Kim Middle-
brooks of Bonifay an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter Alyssa Loree.
She was born at Gulf Coast
Medical Center in Panama,
City, July 22, she weighed
six pounds and 12 ounces
and was 19 inches long.
, Alyssa is the grand-
daughter of .Luther
and Beth Williams of
Graceville, Joey and Terri
Middlebrooks of Bonifay,
and Sonja Justice and Ken
Mercer of Cottondale.
She is the great-grand-
daughter, of Charlie and
Peggy Danzey of Niceville,
Joe Register of Graceville,
the late Max Williams

Ava Jolena
Roberts
Brad and LeAnn Rob-
erts of Bonifa. announce
the birth of their daugh-
ter A.a Jolena. She was
born Aug. 13 at 1:26 p.m.
in Panama City at Bay
Medical Center. A\a
weighed six pounds four
ounces and was ..19-1/2
inches. long. The maternal
grandparents are Winston
and Ruth Collins and the
paternal grandparents are
Joe Roberts and Richelle
Roberts. all of Bonifay.


Milton. Her Uncle Mi-
chael Williams, Aunt Erica
Davidson of Bonifay, and
Auift Cassia Breland of
Claxton also welcomed
Annslee to the family.


of Malone, the late Gene
and Eudine Retherford of
Chipley, the late Edison
Justice of Vernon, and Kar-
ol Pendagrass of Marianna.
Alyssa was welcomed
home by her sister Nikala
7, arid her 'brother Caden.
20 months.


Holes County
Heritage Books
Holmes County Heri-
tage Books can be pur-
chased at the following
locations: Holmes County
Realty, Tri-County Re-
alty, The Holmes County
Chamber of Commerce in
Bonifay and The Geneva
County Reaper. This book
contains over 600 pages
of family histories and
topical stories about Hol-
mes County. The price is
$69.95 including tax.

Poplar Springs
open house
Poplar Springs High
School will host a Parents'
Night/ Open HouseThurs-
day,. September '7 at 6 p.m.
We will serve a meal fol-
lowed by information for
parents to better help their
students, visits to their
child's classroom and fi-
nally door prize drawings.
All parents are invited to
attend.

Mature driving
Washington County
Council on Aging, Inc. and
AARP are cosponsoring a
mature driving class for in-
dividuals age 50 and over
on Wednesday, September
13 and Thursday, Septem-
ber 14. Classes will be
conducted 8:30 a.m. -12:
30 p.m. each day.
Class will be held at
the emergency manage-
ment office in Chipley.
This eight-hour course
was developed especially
for the senior driver with
years of driving experi-
ence. It is geared to senior
safety needs and helping to
compensate for age related
changes. .. .. .... .
The National Safety
Council course reviews ba-
sic driving knowledge. new
traffic laws and introduces


techniques to help off-set
the effects of the aging
process on driver perfor-
mance. This course is
approved by the DHSMV
for a three-year insurance
premium reduction.
There is no ,testing and
only a minimum course fee
of $10. Enroll by calling
Washington County Coun-
cil on Aging at 638-6216 or
638-6217.

Fund established
A fund has ljeen es-
tablished at the Bank of
% Bonifay for accident vic-
tim Julie Moulton, who
was seriously injured in a
wreck on Hwy. 79, several
weeks ago.
Moulton 'was taken
by life flight to a Dothan
hospital. A family member
said that she 'is recovering
and has improved greatly,
but she had complete re--
placement of a hip and will.
need a knee replacement.
For information, call 547-
5654..

'Under the
River Bridge' at
the Catfish Rodeo
Gritney Fire-Rescue
will provide concessions
for the Westville Fire
Department's third annual
catfish rodeo on Friday and
Saturday September 8 and
9 This will be at the Choc-
tawhatchee river bridge in
Caryville.
Starting at 10 a.m. on
Friday they will serve
grilled hamburgers and
hotdogs through the after-
noon, evening and night.
Saturday morning will
start at 4:30 a.m. with
breakfast (Pancakes and
sausage or sausage 'gravy
and biscuits). At 10 a.m.
Saturday they will con-
tinue with hamburgers, hot
dogs and smoked BBQ
pork sandwiches through


the closing of the rodeo.
They will also sell whole
Boston Butts for $20.00 if
ordered in advance. The
pork will be smoked on
site by a competition cook
from Defuniak Springs..
For more information or
to order a butt call Chief
Jerry Hall at 548-4707,
373-8035 or 373-8036.
Butts can be picked up un-
der the bridge on Saturday
at noon.

Vernon Holiday
Festival Dec. 9
The second annual Ver-
non Holiday Festival will
be held Saturday, Decem-
ber 9 on Main Street, Hwy.
79, Vernon. Hours are from
10am 3pm. The festival
features local artists and
crafters, food, music and
children's activities. Free
and open to the public.
For info on booth rent-
als please contact Donna at
850-535-2838 or Kristy at
850-535-9880.

Bethlehem
open house,
Bethlehem High School
Open House will be held
Monday, September 11
from 6:00 8:00 p.m.
Principal Timothy Clem-
mons would like to invite
all; parents, grandparents


and interested individuals
to attend, After an opening
program in the auditorium.
everyone will have an
opportunity to visit class-
rooms, talk with teachers.
and receive information on
scholarship opportunities
and other items of interest.
For more information.
please call Bethlehem
High School at 547-3621.

HCHS advisory
council meets
The Holmes County
High School 2006-2007
School Advisory Coun.
cil will meet on Tuesday.
September 19, 2006 at 5:
30 p.m. in the HCHS Guid.
ance Conference Room.
The meeting is open to the
public and copies of the
agenda may be obtained
from the front office at
Holmes County' High
School.

Volunteers
Covenant Hospice is a
non-profit organization.
providing a special kind
of care to patients with life.
limiting illnesses and their
loved ones.
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Kiwanis present
'Grit and Grace'
Dinner Theater
"Grit & Grace", the
highly 'acclaimed folk life
play based at Freeport in
Walton County, has been
engaged to perform on
Thursday, September 7, at
the Washington County Ag
Center.
This humorous view
of life in the Panhandle
played to a full-house in
2004 as part of the on-go-
ing Kiwanis Dinner The-
atre program. Featuring
stories, music, skits, and a
wide variety of performers,
the audience experiences a
nostalgic look at a simpler
time.
The Kiwanis Din-
ner Theatre format has
proven to be an effective
fund raiser for the local
Kiwanis Club, who pro-
vides, funding for youth-
oriented programs such
as direct scholarships, the
Key Club in Washington
County schools, grants to
Take Stock in Children, the
Washington County Schol-
arship Trust, the WHTC
Foundation, and others.
Support is also provided
for community-wide pro-
grams such as Covenant
Hospice, American Cancer
Society, and school lunch
programs.
Dinner will be served at
6:00 p.m. in the Ag Center
Assembly Hall followed by
the performance. "Grit &
Grace" has arranged their


ever-changing material
into a special presentation
for the Dinner Theatre.
Tickets are $25.00 per
person and are available
from members of the
Kiwanis Club and from
certain businesses through-
out Washington County.
Kiwanis International
has over 600,000 mem-
bers in about 15,000 local
clubs in more than 90 na-
tions. The Kiwanis' Club
of Chipley was formed in
1941 and is marking its 65th
year of community ser-
vice. The Kiwanis motto
is, "Serving The Children
of the World", and its six
permanent objects have
remained unchanged since
adoption in 1924.

CHS Homecoming
Chipley High's student
council is finalizing plans
for the 2006 homecoming
festivities on Friday, Sep-
tember 15, which include a
parade through downtown
Chipley at 12:30 p.m.,
alumni social at 2 p.m.,
and the homecoming game'
at 7 p.m.
The day will begin with
a pep rally at 10:30 a.m. in
the CHS gym where the
finalists for homecoming
queen will be presented to
the student body.
Parade participants need
to line up at 11 a.m. in the
parking lot at Memorial
Field (old high school).
Contact Jerry Corbin at
638-6100. ext. 518 %\ith
any questions regarding


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documentary film maker Elam Stoltzfus w
afraid to get wet while capturing images for
chicola River: An American Treasure," a mult
exhibit coming to Chipola College Sept. 14 t
Oct. 12. Photojournalist Richard Bickel added
the-life photos of people along the river. For i
tion, about the exhibit, call 850-718-2301.


the parade.
All Chipley High School
graduates are invited to an
alumni social that will be
held following the parade
from 2-3:.30 p.m. at the
Chipley High School caf-
eteria. Graduates of CHS
can tour the facilities, as
well as look over past high
school photos. Composite
photos from 1938 to the
present will be on dis-
play in the administration
building. Pre-game activi-


the Recovery Fire Depart-
ment-Recovery Commu-
nity Center, Georgia.
Descendents ofWoodard
and Amy's children (John,
', Henry, Thomas, Samuel,
Elias, George, Charles and
Elijah) are invited to attend
H the afternoon's Fish Fry
and joining in on sharing
family stories and photos.
Amy and Woodard How-
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which time the homecom-
ing queen will be crowned.,
Kickoff is at 7 p.m. %when
the Chipley Tigers face the
Bozeman Bucks.

Barton/Howell
reunion
The 30th Annual Wo-
odard Barton and Amy
Davidson Howell Family
Reunion will be held on
Saturday. September 16 at


RMS open house
Roulhac Middle School
will hold open house from
4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 13. Information on
supplemental. educational
services (after school tu-
toring) will be discussed.

Big Brothers
Big Sisters
fund-raiser
The lth annual Emerald
Coast Beer Festival will be
held on Friday and Satur-
day, Sept. 8-9 in Pensacola.
Proceeds will go to benefit
Big Brothers Big Sisters of
Northwest Florida. Tickets


information is available at
(850) 433-KIDS.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
of Northwest Florida of
fers one-on-one mentoring
programs with volunteer
adults and youth sharing
everyday activities, ex-
panding horizons, and ex.
periencing the joy in even
the simplest events. There
are currently more than
250 children in Northwest
Florida waiting for a Big
Brother or Big Sister.
For more information
on volunteering with Big
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Northwest Florida, call
(850) 433-5437.

Girl Scout benefit
The inaugural Cruisin
on the Bay benefit for the
Girl Scout Council of the
Apalachee Bend will be
held 6:30-9 p.m. Sept. 15
aboard the Lady Anderson.
For more information about
the event, call Bay County
Service Center, (850)
873-3999 or Lois McFar-
land, 1-800-876-9704 or
(850) 386-2131, ext. 42.
lmcfarland@gscab.org,
or visit the Webside at
www.gscab.org.
The Girl Scout Council
of the Apalachee Bend.
Inc., a United Way agency.
serves more than 3,000
girls and 1,399 adults in
Bay, Calhoun, Franklin.
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes.
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4nna M. Green, 99
Anna Marie Green of
Chipley died Aug. 27 at
Northwest Florida Com-'
munity Hospital in Chipley.
She was born Oct. 14, 1906,
in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen.'
Germany, daughter of the
late Gottlieb and' Marie
Schloz.
Survivors include nieces
and nephews.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay in
charge of arrangements.
Willie Markham, 73
Willie Madeline
Markham of Bonifay died
Aug. 28 at her home. She
had lived in Bonifay for
the last five years, moving
there from Winter Garden.
Markham was born
April 14, 1933, in Eastman,
Ga., daughter of Willie
and Pearl Lee (Parkerson)
Flanders.
Survivors include
her husband, Fredrick L.
Smith; one son, Gordon
K. Markham; two daugh-
ters, Donna L. Bailey and
Tracy Markham; one sister,
Dorothy David and four
grandchildren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Brown Fu-
neral Home of Chipley in
charge of arrangements.
John French, 81
John Edward "Ed"
French of Bonifay died
Aug. 28 at Doctors Memo-
rial Hospital there. He was
born in Bonifay Aug. 16,
1925, son of the late Issac
and Cloie French.
In addition to his par-
ents, he was preceded in
death by his wife, Louve-
nia Sellers French.
Survivors include two
sons, Millard French and
Elton French, both of
Bonifay; a foster son, Mel-
vin Huey Harris, also of
Bonifay; two half-brothers,
Noah French of Monks
Corner, S.C., and John
French of Jacksonville;
one half-sister, Flossie
Wadsworth of Orlando;
eight grandchildren and 15
great-grandchildren. *
Graveside service was
held Aug. 30 with the Rev.


Ernest, Hodge officiating
and Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.
Edward Benbow, 65
Edward Franklin "Red"
Benbow of Bonifay died
Aug. 29 at Doctors Memo-
rial Hospital there. He was
born May 7, 1941,
Benbow was preceded
in death by his parents.
stepdaughter, Charlotte
Clemones.. and a, step-
granddaughter, Amber
Chanault.
Survivors include his
wife, Jo Ann Viyo Benbow
of Bonifay: daughter and
son-in-law, Stephanie and
Jeremy Smith of Tallahas-
see; two stepdaughters.
Connie Jo Wilson of Vidor,
Texas, and Charlene York
of Marble Falls, Wash.;
three brothers, Tommy
D. Mont of Texas City,
Texas, Freddie C. Mont
of Theodore, Ala., and
James Hudson of Baker;
four sisters, Patsy Mont
of Baker, Peggy Jackson,
Brenda M. Jones and Katie
Wooldridge, all of Crest-
view; two grandchildren
and three step-grandchil-
dren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay in
charge of arrangements.
Cecil Williams Jr., 46
Cecil V. Williams Jr.
died Aug, 8 at his home
in Arnaudville, La. He
was born Nov. 17, 1959, in
Norfolk, Va., to Shirley H.
Williams and the late Cecil
Von Williams Sr.
Williams graduated from
Escambia High School
in Pensacola. He served
with honor in the U.S. Air
Force, then worked with
Lockheed at the 46th EMS
MAEMA at Tyndall-Eglin
in Fort Walton Beach. He
had lived in Arnaudville
for the past 10 years, mov-
ing there from the Fort
Walton Beach area.
He was preceded in
death by his maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ran Hood and paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Lois Williams.
Survivors include his


wife, Valeria Farmer of
Arnaudville. a brother,
Charles Victor Williams
of Milton; daughter, Sara
Williams 'of Panama City;
and mother, Shirley H.
Williams of Westville.
Services were held
Sept. 2 in the funeral home
chapel. Burial followed.
in the Westville Commu-
nity Cemetery with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.
John Claville, 68
John Frank Claville of
Bonifay died Aug. 28 at
Southeast Alabama medi-
cal Center in Dothan. Ala.,
He was born Feb. 11, 1938,:
in Plant City.
Claville was preceded in
death by his parents, Paul
Linton and Bernice Wig-
gins Claville, and a daugh-
ter, Jill Cook.
Survivors include
his wife, Dorothy Bush
,Claville of Bonifay; two
daughters and sons-in-law,
Sharon and Don Keene
of Plant City, Gay and
Scott Kirkland of Esto; a
brother, Linton Claville of
Plant City; sister, Elouise
Carlton of Lakeland, eight
grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Memorialization was by
cremation with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay in
charge of arrangements.
Ruby Hutson, 90
Ruby Mae Galloway
Hutson of Westville died
Aug. 22 at her home fol-
lowing a long illness. She
was born March 2, 1916,
daughter of the late Wil-
liam Armphy and Daisy
Cotton Galloway ,of Hol-
mes County.
She was one of 14 chil-
dren and had lived in the
Holmes County area her
entire life. She became the
matriarch for her family,
treating her brothers and
sisters, nieces and nephews
o as if she were their mother.
She graduated from Leonia
High School in the class of
1935.
Hutson worked in the
insurance and tag depart-
ment for the state of Flor-
ida in Tallahassee prior


to retirement, and was a
lifelong member of Hurri-
cane Creek Baptist Church
where she taught Sunday
school for more than 30
years.
In addition to her par-
ents, she was preceded in
death by seven brothers,
Clifton L., Cleophus, Har-
vey, Murdock. W.A., Reo
L. and Drew Galloway,
and a sister, Celeste G.
Bowdoin.
Survivors include her
husband. William Kend-
rick Hutson 'of Westville-
-two sisters, Vallie Riddle
of Geneva and Pat An-
drews of Westville; three
brothers, Buford Galloway,
Cyrial "Bill" Galloway
and wife, Helen, all of
Westville, Clyde Gallo-
way and wife, Dorothy, of
Bonifay; several nieces
and nephews.
Services were held Aug.
24 in the funeral home
chapel with the Revs. Dan
Padgett and Bill Locke of-
ficiating.
Burial followed in Hurri-
cane Creek Cemetery with
Pittman Funeral Home of
Geneva, Ala., directing.
Memorials may be'


made to Baptist College
of Florida, 5400 College
Dr., Graceville, FL 32440
or to Covenant Hospice.
4440 Lafayette St., Suite C,
Marianna, FL 32446.
William Monroe Paul, 86
William Monroe Paul
of Bonifay died Aug. 29 at
Southeast Alabama Medi-
cal Center in Dothan, Ala.
He was a veteran of the
U.S. Army.
Survivors include his
wife. Mary Klias Paul of
Bonifay: two sons, Billy
Paul of Panama City and
Larry Paul of Augusta,
Ga.; daughter. Shirley Cur-


ry of Homestead; brother.
Douglas Paul of Ponce de
Leon: and two grandchil
dren.
Services were held Sept.
2 in the funeral home cha
pel with the Rev. Ralph
Merchant officiating
Burial was in Bonifay
Cemetery with Sims Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.

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VOLUME 8 NUMBER 34


SEPTEMBER 6, 2006


The
real
tragedy
Tim Hall
-page 2


Church plans
special
women's
program
-page 2


Local
church
activities

-page 3


Do you
really
want it?
Moe Pujol
-page 4


"In the beginning..."
Genesis 1:1
"...was the Word..."
John 1:1






Page 2, Real Power, Wednesday, September 6, 2006

The real tragedy


REV. TIM HALL, pastor
Blue Lake Baptist Church
For weeks now the media
.f have reminded us of the slow
recovery that is taking place
from the disasters that were
caused by Katrina, the Hur-
ricane, which was a natural
disaster, a disaster with which
much, much warning was
given. With a natural disaster
such as a hurricane, damage
to property may not be avoid-
ed, but it can be minimized
if proper thought and planning is put into the
buildings. Though property damage may not be
avoided, people losing their lives can be avoided.
The warnings were sounded, many times before
it hit, but the warnings were ignored. The saddest
part of Katrina is that now a year later, people are
still playing the blame game. It's time to stop play-
ing games and talking about it, and get to doing
something about it.
I feel for the people who lost so much, because I
was able to go and help provide food for many hit
by the hurricane Rita. Though the people I met
were hurting and had lost almost everything, if not
everything, they were busy trying to make the best
out of a bad situation, and were ready to get on
with their life. They appreciated any help that was
offered, but they were not waiting on somebody


to come and do for them; they were doing what
needed to be done with what resources they had.
These hurricanes and many other natural disas-
ters are things that we can prepare for. Whatever
part of the world you may live in, there are acts
of nature that we know we can expect to happen,
because of the area we live in. So we build and pre-
pare, in preparation for the time that they may take
place. Then when we hear the warning, that there
is the possibility of one taking place, we should, by
nature, begin to do what has to be done; it's called
self preservation. Even wild animals have a natural
instinct, which help them to be self preserved. They
don't look to no one except the good Lord who gave
them the knowledge to take care of themselves.
Hopefully from now on out, when the warnings
are given-, people will not wait for the government
to tell them what to do, but just do it.
Yes, these natural disasters can often create and,
bring great tragedy to our lives. But one of the real
tragedies in my lifetime happened five years ago on
Sept. 11. I say "the real tragedy" because it was an
act of destruction with the intent to destroy lives,
by men, with no warning. Innocent civilian lives
where taken as war was declared on America. This
is the tragedy we need to continue to have in the
media and in our hearts. For many months now,
through the internet, we have been encouraged
to wear red every Friday to show support for our.
troops who have answered the call against those
who have declared war on us. This year Sept. 11,


falls on a Monday, Patriots Day, a day to remember
the day that so many lost their lives so tragically,
and the many heroes who did all they could do. to
help others, and those who have reached out to
the many, many families that were affected that
day. And every day since then as our armed forces
have stepped up to the line and are trying to bring
justice in this situation.
May our courageous soldiers feel our prayers
and support everyday, and especially Sunday, Sept.
10, as \,e gather and fill the churches, cathedrals,
tabernacles, houses of worship as we pray that
God would, bless their efforts and lead our lead-
ers, and then on Monday the 11th, may we not
be ashamed to raise our flags and let Ol' Glory
fly high across this wonderful land the Lord has
so richly blessed.
Jeremiah speaks to us in Lamenta6ions 3:19-23
as he says, "Remember my affliction and my bit-
terness, the wormnwood and the gall! N\ I soul con-
tinually thinks of it and is bowed down within me.
But this I call to mind, and therefore I have hope:
The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases, his
mercies never come to an end; they are new every
morning; great is thy faithfulness.

This message has been brought to you from the heart of
Tim Hall, pastor, Blue Lake Baptist Church, 1405 Blue
Lake Road, Chipley Florida, 32428 (850) 638-1034,
The church PRAYER LINE is 415-PRAY, E-mailk tim-
hall 2000@yahoo.com. Fax: (850) 638-0973


Church plans

special

women 's

program


Bonifay First Baptist's women's min-
istry will present a special program,
"Welcome to Girlville" with Kim
Bolton.
Girlville is a place where women can
talk about any subject. Bolton will share
her views on fears, food, faith and family.
Guests will also enjoy lunch and snacks
at the "Girlville Diner," a throwback to
the 1950s, a time of poodle skirts, bobby
socks, 45s and ponytails.
A native of Fort Walton Beach,
Bolton and her family live in Franklin,
Tenn. She is a musician, vocalist, speak-


er and co-author of the book, Conversa-
tions at the Girkiille Dinir. She has worked
with Luci Swindoll, Dennis Swarnberg,
Point of Grace,Jennifer Rothchild and
Twila Paris.
This special evert will be held at the
church on Saturday, Oct. 28, at 9 a.m.,
but early bird tickets are on sale now
through Oct. 1. Group tickets of five
or more are $10 each. Individual tickets
are $12. Prices will be higher after Oct.
1. Tickets are available at the church
or by mailing checks to FBC, 311 N.
Waukesha St., Bonifay 32425.


Gospel sings
Charles Johnson and The Re-
vivers will be at Welcome Assembly
of God in Dellwood Thursday at 7
p.m. Also appearing will be the Cov-
enant Quartet.
Oak Grove Pentecostal Minis-
tries will hold its monthly bluegrass
gospel sing Friday at 7 p.m. with spe-
,cial guests, the Webb Family, joined
by host group, Straight and Narrow
Bluegrass. The church is on Hwy.
179 north of Hwy. 2.


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The Bible (Old and New Testaments) is divinely inspired and the only infallible and authoritative Wobrd of God. There is a one God
: with a triune nature. Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Jesus Christ is true God and true Man, born of a virgin, IVho died for man 's sins
and was raised from the dead, literally and completely, by the power of the Holy Spirit. All men have sinned, fallen short of the glory
of God and are in need of salvation. Salvation is by faith alone, provided through Jesus Christ, made available to all men through
.., God's grace. It is the will of God that every born-again believer be filled with the Holy Spirit. The Church consists of all those who
have received Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Healing is provided through the redemptive work of Christ and is available to every
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Homecomings
Graceville Community
Church will celebrate its 50th
homecoming Sunday, at 10 a.m.
Special singers include Mended and
Elizabeth McCormick from Pana-
ma City. Dinner on the grounds will
follow the service. The church is on
Prim Avenue.
Noma Assembly of God will
hold its 80th homecoming Sun-
day at 10:30 a.m. Speaker will be
District Superintendent Bobby
Thompson, with special singing by
Bobby and Sherry Thompson.
First Freewill Baptist of
Bonifay will celebrate homecoming
Sunday, Sept.17, at 10 a.m. Guest
speaker will be Rev. John Holland,
with special music from Vessels of
Clay.. Dinner on the grounds will
follow the service. The church is at
the corner of Kansas Avenue and.
Oklahoma Street.
Gully Springs Baptist home-
coming will be Sunday, Sept. 17,
at 10:30 a.m. Guest speaker will be
AlanJones, with special music from
the adult and youth choirs under
the direction of Fran Amerson. A
covered dish lunch will be served
after the service.

Camp meeting
Victory Tabernacle in Fountain
will hold its fall camp meeting Sept.
6-8, with services at 10:30 a.m. and
7 p.m. Morning speaker will be Rev.
Sherry Cromer of Panama City.
Evening speaker will be Rev. Ernest
Allred of Eljay, GA. The church is
on Hwy. 231.

Revival slated
Bethany Baptist will hold reviv-
al services Sept. 10-13 with guest
speaker Rev. Scott Roper. Vessels of
Clay will provide special music.
Sunday service will be at 6 p.m.,
Monday through Wednesday at 7
p.m. The church is 10 miles north
of Bonifay on H%\y. 79.

Cemetery work
There will be a working at Kent
Cemetery, three miles southwest
of Alford, Saturday. A fish fry will
follow the morning clean-up, with
everyone asked to bring a covered
dish.


Special event
Fellowship of Christian Horse-
men will host a gathering Satur-
day, Sept. 16, at 3 p.m. at Valley 4
Ranch Supply, Hwy. 90.
Special events will be a horse-
manship clinic with Mike Herring,
along with guest speaker Phil Turn-
er, FCH president. Music will be
led by Pastor Jim Owens.
For more information, call Wes-
ley Adams at 956-3080.

Revival slated
Bethany Baptist will hold reviv-
al services Sept. 10-13 with guest
speaker Rev. Scott Roper. Vessels
of Clay will provide special music.
Sunday service will be at 6 p.m.,
Monday through Wednesday at 7
p.m. The church is 10 miles north
of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.

Prayer line
Blue Lake Baptist Church has es-
tablished a prayer line open to the
public. The number is 415-PRAY.
The line is staffed by designated
prayer warriors, and an answering
machine will take all calls when
they are not available.
All messages will be checked, and
prayer will be offered for everyone
who calls.
If requested, callers can leave
their number and have someone
call them back to pray with them.


Liberian aid
Carl Hadley of Bonifay, a retired
Baptist pastor, continues to seek
help funding an ongoing ministry
project in Liberia, where unem-
ployment among youth is threaten-
ing the stability of the small African
nation.
There are various supply needs
for this mission, which has over 450
children in the local school, 90 of
whom are totally dependent on the
staff.
Donors can send their checks to:
Liberian Ministries, 1325 Parrish
Road, Bonifay, FL 32425. The or-
ganization is an official nonprofit,
and all donations are tax deduct-
ible.


Wednesday,September 6,2006, Real Power, Page 3


.h Don't You Just Love The Bible?
The words of wisdom:and inspiration in the Bible are as timely and
appropriate today as they were thousands of years ago. These
words are most definitely. divinely inspired. No human could speak
such. truthwithout:being touched by the "hand" of God. Everyone
should read and study the Bible to learn how to live good and holy
lives, and to know that this wonderful holy book is there to comfort
and strengthenus in times of joy and sorrow. The Bible
is basically made up of two main parts. The Old Tes- .
tament, which contains God's creation of the world,
creation of man and woman, laws, prophecy, history,
$, and many accounts of great men and women. The
1 New Testament is primarily writings about the Son of
God, Jesus Christ, and His Disciples. He came to fulfill
prophecy, and He performed many miracles for the
glory of His Father. Jesus was crucified, died, and was
risen, as restitution for all of mankind's sins so that
whoever believes in Him, would have eternal life. Don't you just love I|
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Do you really want it?


MOE PUJOL
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has
gone, the new has come!All this isfrom God who reconciled us to himself
through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconciliation.
(II Corinthians 5:17-18)
Do you ever wonder why some people and that includes
most of us never seem to make
the progress they should in their
Christian walks?
For many people, their faith
life is a roller coaster, a series of
ups and downs, highs and lows,
sinning and repenting in a seem-
ingly endless cycle. After a while,
frustration may set in, and some
give up altogether. A few even
blame God for their troubles and
failures.
One theological explanation
for the phenomenon known as
"backsliding" is that persons who suddenly quit going to
church and embrace openly sinful lifestyles were never really
"saved" in the first place. Strict Calvinists would say these
folks were never really part of the elect, that they were just
"playing church" for a season.
This explanation, however theologically coherent it may
be, doesn't really hold water at the practical level. There are
people who make solid commitments to Jesus Christ, live
impeccable Christian lives for decades, and then suddenly
walk away from it all. I am convinced that many of these
people were sincere in their faith and serious about their
commitments to Christ. Their failures cannot be explained
away by a simple theological theory.
Well then, how do we explain such sudden changes in be-
havior, especially after a lifetime of Christian commitment?
The answer goes way beyond the traditional debate between
predestination and free will. The answer lies deeper than any
of man's philosophies or theological theories.
Let's talk about that initial commitment. When someone is
drawn to Jesus, either during a church service, after reading
a Bible passage or by someone who leads others to Christ,
this new "baby" Christian is usually motivated by the desire
to escape a very unpleasant life. The new convert leaves bad
things behind, shedding off an old lifestyle that left him or
her very miserable most of the time.
There's something aboutJesus and the Bible that attracts
new believers. It has that special ring of truth, of course,
because it is truth. But the new believer isn't aware of all the
details. The new believer hears aboutjoy unspeakable and the
peace that passes all understanding. Visions of a happy life in
the here and now, followed by eternal bliss in the hereafter,
are more inducements for someone whose life has basically
crashed and burned up to that point.
In other words, virtually everyone wants what the Bible
promises. Because Jesus is who He says He is, His message
reaches people deep in their beings, in that "empty spot" that
only God can fill. Given the right circumstances, it's difficult
not to respond to the call of God's grace.


However, when Jesus beckons, when the truth strikes a
chord in our hearts, we are asked to do much more than just
be happy. We are told that we must become new creatures
in Christ.
That sounds easy enough, doesn't it? It holds a certain
attraction, especially for someone wanting to leave an un-
pleasant life behind.
Here's the catch, though: Before someone can become a
new creature, the old creature must die. Jesus said it, plainly
and simply, to Nicodemus: Unless you are willing to be born
again (literally, born from above), you will not inherit eternal
life.
What happens in many cases of conversion, I suspect, is
that new Christians want to hold on to some of that "old
creature" they once were. It may be that getting drunk or
spreading gossip was a favorite pastime, so they try to embrace
Christianity without paying the price of giving up those old
bad ways.
Everyone wants the chocolate cake at the marriage sup-
per of the Lamb, but many want to pass on the broccoli.
That's not the way it works. The old creature, and all that
he- or she was, has to be eliminated. The new creature, a
Spirit-filled believer, is a creation of God's grace and mercy.
The new creature must take the old creature's place, fully
and completely.
A person is definitely saved on the day he or she repents of
smi and accepts Jesus as Lord and Savior. The new convert,
however, is certainly not the person he or she needs to be
- at least not yet.
This is where free will enters the picture. Yes, it is God's
grace that beckons us and God's grace that gives us the ability
to respond. But that old creature is still alive in us on the day
of our salvation, and it is up to us to leave it behind all of
it, not just the parts we don't want.
This death to the old creature is a process, not an instanta-
neous event.John Wesley called it "progressive sanctification,"
a daily decision, sometimes a struggle, to "kill off" more of
that old creature and to become more fully the creature God
intends us to be before we enter His presence at the end of
our days on earth.
Those who avoid this process, those who bypass the difficult
task of allowing God to continue to clean them up, usually
end up falling down along the way. Those who try to straddle
the fence, to serve God and themselves, usually end up just
hurting themselves.
We have a choice, and only a fool would choose to give up
the great gift of eternal life just to serve the whims of that
old creature. But many have, and many still do.
We are free moral agents and can say "no" to God. We're
also human beings with a great capacity for justifying our-
selves, and we love to have our cake and eat it, too. We would
like to think we can say "yes" to God and hold on to those
old selves. It's a delicate balancing act that many keep going
for most of their lives.
But it's also a very dangerous way to live.
Probably the best question to ask a new convert is this,
then: "Do you really want it?
"Well, then, here's what you're asking for..."


Re&'~-al- Po e dedln is-- Friay ata. 5, M


All have sinned.
Romans 3:23, I John 1:8
There is a penalty for sin.
Romans 6:23, John 3:18
You cannot save yourself.
Titus 3:5, James 2:10
THE CONDITIONS
ARE VERY SIMPLE:
*Repent.
Luke 13:3
Confess.
I John 1:9, Romans 10:9
Believe.
Acts 16:31
NOW IS THE TIME
FOR YOUR DECISION!
Joshua 24:15, II Corinthians 6:2
(If you don't know what to
say, see the prayer on page 8,
or pray something similar in
your own words, sincerely and
fervently, to God. Then...)
Share your new faith:
Confess Christ
before men.
Matthew 10:32-33
Join a church which
follows the
New Testament.
Acts 2:47
Tell others the story.
Matthew 28:19-20.

Sinner's prayer

DearLordJesus, I know
that I am a sinner and
need Your forgiveness.
I believe that You died
for my sins. I want to
turn from my sins.
I now invite You to
come into my heart
and life. I want to
trust and follow You
as Lord and Savior. In
Jesus' name. Amen.









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Chipley High School held open house Wednesday, August 30. Parents, grandparents, students and many oth-,
ers were on hand to visit the school and get an update on services provided.


.... The National Honor Society sold Homecoming T-
Student helpers were on hand to assist with the an- shirts as a fund-raiser. The bright yellow shirts are
nual open house. $10 and can be ordered at the high school.


LVWC open
house Sept. 8
Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County, Inc.
(LVWC) is celebrating its
20th anniversary. An open
house will be held 2-5 p.m,
Friday, Sept. 8, at Pattillo's
Restaurant on the WHTC
campus.
"We will be celebrating
20 years of service to the
community of Washington
County," a spokesman ex-
plained. "LVWC creates
better lives and happier
families in Washington
County. It is about hands
reaching out to help our
neighbors succeed in
achieving their academic
goals."

VHS class of '96
Vernon High School's
class of 1996 would like to
announce their upcoming
reunion. VHS
Homecoming is Sept.
29.There will be events on
Friday and Saturday eve-
ning as well as decorating
the float for the parade.
VHS- class of '96 is
encouraged to come and
participate. There will be,
fun and entertainment for
everyone to enjoy. All
events are posted on
www.classreport.com.
There will not be invita-
tions sent, to individuals,
if you would like to know
more please call 638-9446.

WCC graduates
Wallace Community
College recently conferred
degrees on 13 graduates of
the College's radiologic
technology program and
10 certificates to graduates


A large, well-dressed am- :.
phibian was on hand to
greet guests. Guests signed in and met with faculty and staff during the open house.


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making the summer 2006
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All residential real estate advertised herein is subject to the
Federal Fair Housing Act. The Fair Housing Act makes it illegal
to advertise "any preference, limitation, discrimination because
ecarf o color religion sex handicap famil l


origin, or inention to make any such preference., limitation, or '1975 CORVETTE STIN-
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real estate that appears to or violates federal and/or state law. miles, completely re-
stored inside & out. New
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((850)638-8055 Mon-Fri

LIVETOC 92 CHEVY CAPRICE
ELECTRIC HOSPITAL ENLSH Classic SW. Fully
BED metal frame ex AKC ENGLISH la
lent conditionD metal fram, $600 obo- SPRINGER Spaniels. loaded, seats 9. $2800
lentcondition,$600obo ast 3 female $450 each OBO. Ask.for Karl. 547-
Chipley area. 850-624- 4465
SOD SOD SOD Quality 1512, 850-773-4051 2005 BURGUNDY MUS-
you can depend onl Irri- TANG leather interior, six
gated, weed & pest con- CD layer, cruise, electric
trolled. Centipede and St. seats & windows. Still
Augustine. Delivery and under factory warranty.
installation available. 8 EOLA BROCK NURS- $16,500.obo (850)258-
mi. SW of Chipley for LLC. Plants, trees4428
easy customer hauling! & shrubs. Landscape 2000 BRONZE CHEVY
a Brock, (850)6:38-1202 design, landscape con- Malibu. 55,000 miles,
or (850)326-1500 tracing, irrigation sys- AC,' CD player, tinted
terns. 1788 White Road, power windows, new
TRACTOR FOR SALE Bonifay. FL 32425 stock speakers. Like
purchased 5-30-2006 iWashington County) new! $10,000. Call 849-
from tractor factory (850)638-1202; 1143
PoncedeLeon.Awreck, (850)326-1500 93 PONTIAC SUNBIRD
no good when delivered! new motor, tires & rims,
$7200 cash. (850)83- AC system, new paint
4019 job, tinted windows,
SNARE DiRUM LIKE NEW 7PC BEDROOM sporty car. $3500 firm.
new, $125. (850)548- suite v0queen mattress 547-0958, leave mes-
4796 $850. 52' screen TV w/ sage.
COLOR COPIES $1. new entertainment cen- 1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
COPIES 150 Washing- ter$1750, new 6 person PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
ton County News, down- hottub $2000, free deliv- seats seven, excellent
town Chipley. ery within 50 miles. Call shape inside & out, cold
2005 39 FT TH Wheel' for appointment to see air, loaded $4900. 547-
2005 39FT 5TH Wheel850-326-1999 9233
RV, fully self contained. I .
King size bed with fire- B&B FURNITURE 1342 1991 SEDAN DEVILLE
place, paid $67,000 ask- N Railroad Chipley, FI we for sale. 638-1090 after
ing $48,000. 836-4305; pay top dollar (cash) for 6pm.
259-0442 clean, quality usedfurni- 2003 LINCOLN TOWN
ture. Just call 850-557- 2 L N
SCUPPERNONGS 021, 850-415-6866 to car, Signature Premium
U-PICK 1837 Flowing make appointment.oAsk Series. Parchment Gold.
Well Rd. (850)547-2326 for Pasco or Carolyn. white leather, 6 disc
fA PUaNTUo & Cchanger, moon roof, only
K&LFARM Green Pea- FURNITURE & 24,700'miles. $18,000.
nuts for sale. 8-6 M-F; 8- MATTRESSES Low, Call Mark (334)684-2913
5 Sat. 638-1119; 850-low low overheadguar-
260-5003; 850-527-3380 anteeslow, owow, low pr-93 MAZDA MX6 $1000
ALUMINUM CARGO es. P&S Discount Furni- asis. 547-2401
CARRIER fits a 2" re- ture, Chipley. (Since 93OLDS REGENCYex-
ceiver. Designed to carry 1973) 850-638-4311 cellent motor, body, &
motor scooter or small tires. 27mpg/hwy. load-
cycle' or cargo. 60x24 Tl ed, leather interior. Ex-
body $250. 535-2147. cellenl condition. Re-
Fduced $3000. OBO 547-
1999 FQR1D RANGER 1979 CA 5?9t! 6 .209.1 .... iR
excellernt condiorl -Tansmission has been
103,000 miles, every- rebuilt. Body needs 89 CHRY 5TH Avenue,
thing, works Payotl some work. Lots ol parts, 120K miles, $750.
$6100. 2000 boat weld $1000. 638-9871 after (850)774-8970
built 48 horse Johnspn 6pm 1998 GRAND PRIX 6
48 pound thrust trolling CORVETTE ycl,146,000miles,
motor, fish finder lights, 1979 CORVETTE ycl, 146,000 miles,
spare ire, $6500 lirm. Eveything brand new! $4200 obo. Excellent
850-548-4796, 850-557. Must see to appreciate condlon, lres 5 months
5169, 850-333-9129 415-6820 $8000 or trade, old. (85038-4987
for pick-up of equally I
1995 FLEETWOOD value. l1^ij
20FT pop-up camper
wFlnA'C.gasstove elec- 1968 MERCURY COU- I
Iric, sleeps 6 638-0983, GAR 289, VS. aulo runs,'FOR SALE TAK up
leave message. many new pads. $3500. FOR SALE TAKE Up
leae message. 849-6118. payments on 2003 Expe-.
SOD FOR SALE on me dinon, 80K miles well
farm, delivered or in- 2001 FORD EXPLOR- kept, excellent condition
stalled Centipede and ER white, aulomatic, lul- phone 850-548-5453
419 Bermuda. WEST ly loaded, 6 CD changer.
FLORIDA TURF running boards, custom- FOR SALE 2001 Ford
(8 5 0) 63 8 -4 860 ; sized bra, $8000. Expedition XLT, loaded
(850)415-0385. IEstab- 334)588-3141, cell 64.007-4830 es.ween 6$12,00.
lished 1980. (850)418-0031 & 8pmonly. No collect
FOR SALE METAL Job FOR SALE 1976 El calls.
overruns. Halt price Camino in good condi-I
painted and non-painted tionconsidering theage. 1999 ISUZU AMIGO
metal. Including standing $2500. Call 547-4340 Convertible, brands new
clutch, transmission,
seam; 6" max grip and FOR SALE 1997 Silver starter, timing belts. Ask-
other misc metal trims. Camaro, T-Tops. 65K ing $6500. 773-5720.
For more information, miles $10,500. 547- leave message
contact. (850)547-1001 3545 S
2000 SILVER DODGE
`1999 CADILLAC SE- Dakota SLT, automatic
DAN Deville, pewter/bur- Magnum V6, full power,
CYC Egundy leather. Fully load- extended cab, toolbox,
ed. Lifetime tire balanc- and slide bars, $6900.
2003 HONDA ing. Trailer hitch. 41,000 (850)535-9292
GOLDWING 48,000 miles. Luxurious
miles, silver color, CB, $20,999. (850)547-3342. 96 F-150 loaded, $4000.
AM/FM radio, helmet w/ or 763-6872 547-2401
speakers included. 2004 CHEVY MALIBU FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
$12,000. 638-425-1 Classic 4 cyl 728,000 Suburban LT, '5.7 litre,
2005 YAMAHA Y26 miles. Very nice. Well leather, CD, front/rear
3000 mi, silver/black, maintained. Red. AM/ ing$8950. Cal850-956.-
$5000. 849-6118-7 FM/CD, alloy wheels. 1260
2005 KAWASAKI 700 v- Asking $9560. (850)547-1989 FORD F-150 PU,
twin new motor $5000. 115,000miles,runs great
849-6118 ,1998 BUICK REGAL $2000. 535-2608
1 GS, red, gray leather in-
Pterior, 4.OL 3800 Series 2001 FORD- EXPEDI-
II Supercharged engine TION miles 86,670, fully
83,000 miles, air, $7000. loaded. 638-8376
CKC CHIHUAHUA (850)260-1149 1999 MAZDA B3000
CKC CHIHUAHUA ROL ickup. 20,000 miles,
PUPPIES 2 female, 1997 CHEVROLET auto, a/c, keyless entry,
white & silver Teacups. TRUCK ext cab, V6, electric window, AM/FM/
$350-$500. (334)797- 220,000 miles. $4500. CD, Tonneau, garage
5310 Call 547-5062 or kept, clean, excellent
(850)527-4363 condition. (850)547-0941
MARE two years old. 87 MERCEDES420SEL 1970 GMC SUBURBAN
Halter broke, gentle new trans-Alt, recent 350, AT, PS, PB. New
$350. Belgium Quarter valve job. $6995. neg. paint, tires, runs great,
course cross, one year 527-1722, leave mes- ready for car show.
old. $350. 334-588-0919. sage.. $4900. OBO. 638-4682


AKC/CKC BOSTON
'TERRIER puppies $300.
AKC Miniature Pinscher
puppies $300. AKC .Pug
puppies $500. 334-588-
0919
CKC PEKINGESE PUP-
PIES males only $200.
AKC female Great
Pyrenees 8 months
$200, Pharaoh Quail $1
each, Guinea $2 and up.
535-2585
WASHINGTON
COUNTY ANIMAL Ser-
vices Horse Sale, Sept.
11th at 9am at The
Washington County Sod
Farm 651 Hwy 273, Chi-
pley. 638-6306


I AUTOS)7


2002 FORD EXPLOR-.
ER XLT, excellent condi-
tion, fully loaded, keyless
entry, leather, dark sage
green. 81,000 miles.
$12,500. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
97 DODGE 4-wheel
drive, 155,000 miles,
looks and runs great
$6500 OBO. 263-9711
79 3/4 TON Chevy 4x4 V-
8 Granny 4 speed has
gooseneck hitcn and
new trailer brakes good
cond. $3,500.00 850-
260-9324
FOR SALE 1996 Ex-
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door,
leather, loaded, custom
rims, Alpine slereo sys-
tem, tinted windows
$11,000. 547-2502
1994 FORD RANGER 4
cyl., 5 speed, cold air,
excellent condition,
$3,500 obo, after 3p.m.,
726-0193
1996 F150 XL Extended
cab, bedliner, dual tanks,
120K, good condition
$7000. 547-9396,
2002 GMC YUKON XLT,
loaded. Ironic & side
airoags. sunrool, leather,
third row seating, 17-21
MPG, great buy $15,500.
OBO. (8501326-0911 or
(850)773-2583
99 F350 DUALLY
worked. Beefed up
transmission, 1000 mi,
everything light. 113,000
mi., 7.4LPS/diesel. well
kept. Looks/runs good.
$11,500. (850)373-7459
1998 OLDSMOBILE
SILHOUETTE Van dual
air, CD player, leather,
etc. Tan,' 77,000 miles.
Must see and drive to ap-
preciate. 638-1138
1982 GMC SIERRA Die-
'sel for parts or rebuild.
Engine no good. Good
condition forage. Can be
connected to gas. $500
firm (850)947-2986
CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/.
4 ton, Heavy Duty, tow
package. 350 motor, AT,
PS, PB, new paint,.parts.
& battery, 850-547-0448
1994 CONVERSION
VAN V-6, cruise, power.
windows, 106 k miles,
looks and runs good.'
547-2180
1974 CHEVY
CHEYENNE Super 20,
"a heavy duty toy hauler'
350/350, recent recondi-
tioned ground up. $8700
773-1818, after 5pm
BEAUTIFUL 2004 RED
Dodge Durango SLT, A
head turner wilt 7 seats.
Dual Air, Sharp wheels.
12,000 miles; $26,000.
850-638-8882.
86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
motor, built, large cam.
runs good, body has.
some rust, show, its, age
$1500. OBO. 547-0929
2000 HONDA ODYS-
SEY EX Mini-Van,. V6,
89,000 miles, good con-
dition, gray cloth interior,
white exterior, $13,000
OBO. 547-0899
1998 FORD F150 good
condition, call for further
information. (850)535-
4945
99 FORD 150 XL Super
Cab, AT, PS, PB, toolbox,
new tires. 97,500 miles.
Asking $9000.547-0150;
326-31,23
1993 CHEVY Z71 great
hunting truck, needs
paint job, new AC com-
pressor, runs good,
$4000 OBO (850)527-
8401 anytime
2003 CHEVROLET
SIVERADO Z-71, 4x4,
5.3 liter V8, all power,
bedliner, bug guard,
toolbox, tires P305/70BF
Goodrich, Flowmaster
mufflers, very nice, runs
great, $20,995. 773-
1960
1987 1 TON Chev, 42k
miles, ex. government,
$3500. (850)774-8970


NISSAN PATHFINDER
'95 XE-V6, 4-whpel
drive, automatic, security
system, Putham tow
package, CD/radio, cold
air. $4900. (850)638-
2002
96 FORD DULLY F350
gooseneck, brake sys-
tem, trim package,
bedliner, excellent condi-
tion $12,500. 535-2276
1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
extended cab, V8, auto,
power window, locks,
toolbox, cab steps, rails,
rims, AM/FM cassette,
$7000 638-9630
1979 CHEV C10 pickup,
LB, V8, 350CC, 83,903
org miles, good lires,
power steering, brakes,
windows, serious inquir-
ies only. 638-2738
2005 CHEVY TRAIL-
BLAZER ext 4x4-1, 8,000
miles. tan in color,
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500. OBO. 547-
0765,. 527-4246
1990 CHEVY 1/2 ton
Z71, SWB, reg cab,
Silverado Package: New
pts. $5500. Call Terry
547-3646. 7am-5pm
2005 CHEV UPLANDER
4 door, LS, ISC loaded,
Silverstone metallic,
16,000k, paid $28,760+,
sell for $19,500. cash.
(850)547-5524 mornings
99 FORD EXPEDITION
100,000 miles, excellent
condition. $12,000.
(850)579-2977
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
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
FOR SALE 87 Dodge
Ram 250 Van. Good me-
chanical condition.
Makes excellent work
van, $1,250. Call eve-
nings after 5:30., 535-
9800
99 NAVY BLUE Chevy
Astro Van, $5000. OBO.
Call (8501956-2367
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3-
door. $9500. 263-3105
evenings.
96 JEEP CHEROKEE
excellent condition, Chi-:
pley area. Red, $3500
firm. Call anytime
(850)260-9706
1999 MITSUBISHI
MONTERO Sport, new
tranmission/engine
$5500. 1988 Toyola
Pick-up, 2 wheel drive, 4-
speed, carbuarated
$1500. (850)535-4294 .
1996 GMC. JMMY 4.3
V6, AT, AC, PW, 4-door,
very clean, $4500.
(850)260-1612
FOR SALE 1999
F-150, low miles
'$13,500. OBO. 100,000
mile warranty. 547-5960;
547-2228
2003 CHEVROLET
SILVERADO Z-71, ex-
cellent condition, white,
grille guard, toolbox, nerf
bars, bed rails, CD, cas-
sette, 54,000 miles. 260-
5914; 638-7511
2003 DODGE RAM w/
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles,
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. (334)699-2382
1987 FORD F250 4x4
351 motor. Runs good,
great shape. $3800.
(850)415-6301
2004 FORD F150 5.4
Triton 4x4 100 KMI Su-
per Cab, white, $16,500.
849-6118
2002 FORD RANGER
king Cab, step side, 6 cd
changer, power windows
and doors, like new.
$12,000 (pay off) 850-'
373-7755


2003 CHEVY AVA-
LANCHE Z-71, one own-
er, sunroof, Bose stereo
w/6 disc cd, leather, new
tires, 72,000 Hwy miles,
clean. $21,500.00 OBO
850-260-9324




3BR/2BA BRICK HOME
568 Hwy'273 Chipley, 4.5
acres with swimming
pool, carport and storage
buildings. $298,500.00
call for appointment or in-
formation 638-395_6
FOR SALE 4BR/1.5BA
house, 3.84 acres, Hwy
173 Bonifay, Call 850-
893-5307
CHIPLEY RECENTLY
REMODELED 2BR/
IBA, CH/A, currently
leased. Great invest-
ment. $98,000. Call Da-
vid 850-258-4947, Action
Realty of Bay County.
2240 SQ FT home for
sale. Must be moved.
Make offer. Caill50-258-
8247
BRICK, 3 BEDROOM, 2
bath, Hwy 77, 3 miles
South of Chipley, call
Milon lor information
850-638-1858




3BR/2BA BRICK
HOUSE for rent. One
brick house for sale. 850-
547-5085
CHIPLEY 3BR/1BA
HOUSE CH/A, storage
shed, water, sewer, gar-
bage included. $550.
month $300 dep. 850-
814-2625
2BR/1BA, 3BR/2BA no
pets, Hwy 77 South, _3
miles. Call Milton for in-
formation (850)638-
1858
HOUSE IN BONIFAY
1BR/1BA, city water, util-
ity, room, W&D. no pels.
Off Hwy 177. 300 mo &
250 sec dep. 407-862-
5633
2BR HOUSE. REMO-
DELED, large lot in Chi-
pley, range and refrigera-
tor, 350 deposit 200.
Positively no pets. Refer-
ences required 638-
4273




1998 16X80 PALM
Harbour 3+2 like new,.
2003 16x80 4+2 like new.
Call Brad. 1-866-732-
7607 toll free or 850-763-
7780
HOUSE TRAILER
14'X54' with a side in
camper. $1800. Call any-
time. 638-4350. Jim
Rogers.
PAUL'S OTHER LOT
has all new lot model re-
duced. 4+2 dw's starting
at $42,900 (set up) 3+2
sw's starting @ $29,900.
All new homes have ply-
wood floors & sheetrock
walls. Call Brad 866-732-
7607 toll free.




3 BEDROOM 2 bath
mobile home in mobile
home park, $425 with
$400 deposit, 2BR/1BA
mobile home, $335/mo;
$350/dep. avail July 1.
near Bonifay Elementary,
'School, town & recre-
ational area. 547-3746


2 FAMILY'YARD sale
Sept. 8 & 9. 2574 Hwy
79, Vernon. 8am until.
Misc, furniture, clothes,
exercise equipment.
3 FAMILY YARD sale.
Sat. Sept. 9th. 8am-?
907 W. Banlill Ave. Misc.
household items, dishes,
.computer desk, mens,
women, children and
baby items.
BIG YARD SALE Sept.
8th & 9th..Fri/Sat from
8am-until at 906 N. Tay-
lor Street behind armory
(BonifYO clothes, shoes,
knick-knacks, antique
loys. too much stuff to
list. Come check it out.



AUCTION SAT SEPT 9,
2006. 9am. Jackson
County School Board,
City of Marianna. Loc.
2789 Penn Ave. (Bus
Garage) Marianna; Fl. 16
school buses, Int.
Sweeper truck, several
pickups & autos, shop &
office equipment, many
misc. items. Mason Auc-
tion & Sales. FL#642.
(850)263-0473
AUCTION SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 9. 2006
Washington County Ag
Center Misc. 1pm.,
Goats 5pm. Caged ani-
mals to follow. Phone
(850)260-5585 J&N Auc-
tion Company #AB2458
Auctioneer David Corbin
#AU1964


MOBILE HOME FOR
rent, starting at $375 to
$425 month, $250 de-
posit, no pets, located of
Hwy 2 & 179, Bonifay.
850-263-3572.



2BR APARTMENT FOR
rent. 547-0956
GRACELAND MANOR
APARTMENTS Rental
assistance on 1, 2 & 3
BR. HC & non-HC acces-
sible apartments. Call
850-263-4464, TDD/ITY
711. 5445 Brown Street,
Graceville, FL. Equal
Housing Opportunity.



BY OWNER 1285 Wells
Ave, 2BR/1 BA, move in
condi;lion. $149,900 Se-
rious inquiries only. 803-
518-3725
70 ACRES FOR sale on
Hwy 2. Waterfront, will
sale as a whole or break
up. Call -or price 547-
3021 or 373-7718.
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
Ra. 141 Five acres (8) len
acres 15) eight acres.
Owner linanqing or cash.
Low down payment. low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel lor intorma-
lion 850-638-1858
SELLING ACREAGE?
CALL Jeremy Frelwell
850-830-3008 or Bev
Clark 850-699-0199 Jer-
emy is the junior partner
of the #1 Award Winning
Team Walton. Team
Walton is associated with
the 4th large franchise
in the USA.. Keller Will-
iams Really Emerald
C o a
www.TeamWalton.com
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE ior reni down-
town Chipley. 638-1918


I REAL E


BEST PRICES AROUND ON

01 General 14x56,2 BR,1 BA ............... $17,900
94 Belcrest 16x80,3 BR,2 BA............ $22,900
96 Destiny 16x80,3 BR,2 BA .................... $23,900
99 Fleetwood 28x64, 3 BR,2 BA .............. $36,900
98 Horton 28x56,3 BR,2 BA................ $38,900
00 Redmon 28x60,3 BR,2 BA ...............$38,900
07 General 24x56,3 BR,2 BA "NEW HOME" $49,900
98 Destiny 28x60,3BR,2 BA................... $36,900
96 Peachstate 24x50,3 BR,2 BA .............$27,900
98 Horton 28x56,3 BR,2 BA ..................... $39,900
Must See! 96 Redmon 28x8o,4 BR 2 BA $42,900
98 Redmon 28x56,3 BR,2 BA .................$34,900
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Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-6 p.m.,
Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.


CAROLE CANNON REALTY
2229 Jim Bush Rd, Bonifay, FL
[8501547-4784* Cell (850 951-5682
Carole Cannon, Broker
Commercial property on Hwy. 77, business, 3/2
brick home, 5.5 acres $389,000 REDUCED 4
BR block home on 1.25 acre corner lot $98,900
Wooded 6.87 acre surveyed parcel, private,
no restrictions $54,900 REDUCED 21 acre
parcel, half cleared, balance mature hardwoods,
well, power pole, bldgs. $135,000 Custom
home on golf course, new construction, 3/2,
$229,000 5.1 ac building site, surveyed,
cleared, paved frontage $40,000 Private
120 acre parcel, frontage, 17 yr. old pines,
surrounded by timber company land $510,000.
iwww.carolecannonrealty.com


TTI'.S COUNTRY REALTY I
^Uni. BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
C 'outntry- (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510

40 AC RANCH 2 HOUSES PASTURE BARNS $389,000--9+ AC 3 BR
2BA HOME, POND,$144,900-- 1 AC 3 BR 2 BA BRICK $155,000--
6 BR 2 BA HOME 10 AC POND $189,900--60 ACRES
$199,900 --. 10 ACRES $69,900 ... 46+ AC PASTURE, BARN,
CABIN, POND $322,000 -19.9 AC LAND POND $119,900 -- 8
ACRES & MOBILE HOME PARK $199,900 2 AC 3 BR 2 BA HOME
$69,900...-19.5 ACRES FRONTAGE 2 SIDES $178,000 -- 81.5
AC PASTURE FENCED, BARN, MOBILE HOME $489,000 --- 28
ACRES $168,000 2 ACRES HWY. 77 SUNNY HILLS $226,000
2 AC 2 BR HOME $84,900-..SUNNY HILLS LOTS $12,900 UP-
--8 AC 4 BR HOME $16S,000--74 AC LAND 3 BR 2 BA DWMH
$455,000-...LOT DWL #8,900...-10 AC PRIVATE $22,000--
28 AC HOME AND APT. GARAGES, OUTBUILDINGS $249,900.
WE GET RESULTS NATIONAL MIS
r-m4u i i- .


2783 Meredith Rd., Ponce de Leon, FL
$124,900 MLS # 06-2560
4L aNS i~~iif'S


3555 King Road, Caryville, FL
$154,900 MLS # 06-2558


JOAN H. MANUEL
930 Main St. Chipley, FL 32428
Home (850) 547-2725
joanhmanuel@gmail.com
www.eliterealtyonlline.com


79 SOUTH. BONIFAY:
S16.4 acres with creek
and pond, 344' Hwy.
frontage- $450,000
14.5 acres wlappx.
244' Hwy. frontage and
2500 sq. ft. home -
$575,000
4.6 acres with 333'
Hwy. frontage w/2005
home, includes survey
$250,000
PURCHASE ALL 3 '
SFOR OVER 920' I
HHwY. 79 FRONTAGEt/

PRIICILLA.A CISSY
FAISON, BROKER
Cell: 768-0320
VnUmoN umANDmN
Cell: 850-819-4107
Cmia Fat*sN
Cell: 768-0321







MARIANNA GOAT and
SHEEP Auction every
Thursday night starting at
5pm. Misc., goals
sheep, chickens, ducks.
guineas Held at Auction
Drive, Marianna Phone
(850)535-4006; cell 258-
5209 Jerry Johnson
#AU362




NEED IMMEDIATELY,
FOR' rine .h'iel Comf,:.rt
Inn & Suites Crpiley
Front desk, housekeep-
ing and maintenance.
apply in person. No
phone calls.
METAL ROOFING
COMPANY in need of
Supervisors, Journey-
men, Foremen. Top pay
depending on experi-
ence..Call 547-100Q1
HOUSEKEEPING,
LAUNDRY AND floor
tech positions available
at a nursing home in Bo-
nifay. call 1-888-545-
4455 ext. 272
POSITION POLICE PA-
TROLMAN The City of
Chipley is accepting ap-
plications for a Police Pa-
trolman. Minimum qual-
ifications: completion of
the minimum standards
courses as set forth by
the Florida Police Stan-
dards Council; valid Flor-
ida Drivers license; abili-
ty to project a courteous
and polite attitude to pub-
lic; and able to commu-
nicate effectively both
orally and in writing. Mail
or hand deliver applica-
tion and or resume to the
Chief of Police, Chipley
Police Department, PO
Box 1007, Chipley, Flori-
da 32428. Deadline:
Open until filled. EOE
Drug Free Workplace.


TRI-COUNTY
REALTY
1103 S Waukesha St.,
Bonifay, FL

(850) 547-4480

Experienced
Trained Agents

John Alford ..... 547-2737
Doug Bush,,,,,, 547-5457
James Wilson,773-3655
(SUNNY HILLS)
Mary Coleman 547-3181
Andrea Lewis., 547-5095
Stephanie Bradley 956-3040
Free Market Analysis








EXPERIENCED STAFF
ACCOUNTANT needed.
Immediate opening in
professional accounting
office located in Chipley,
Florida for an experi-
enced Tax Preparer/Ac-
countant. Part-time or
Full-time position with
possibility of working form
home. Computer skills
'essential. Competitive
salary. We are a smoke-
free environment. Fax re-
sume to 850-638-8207
TRUCK DRIVER
WANTED must have
CDL & Hazmat, over 21
yrs old. Apply atwTri-
County Gas Service

RATED IN Bonlay is
seeking a A or B CDL
Driver for the Redi Mix
Concrete and Building
Malerial Industry. Apply
at Bonilay sore.
HELP WANTED AT
Nursery in Vernon 2 peo-
ple for 2-3 weeks. Arbor
Lane Norris
SECRETARY WANTED
APPLY at Tri-County
Gas.
OUTSIDE SALES POSI-
TION open with Arban &
Associates. Construction
experience helpful but
nol required Salary plus
commission based upon
experience. Please call
850-836-4362 to sep tup
an appointment for inter-
view.
DRIVER NEEDED
LONG haul, and flat bed
experience. Minimum
age 25, one year over the
road experience. 535-
4944
NOW HIRING Boring
Machine Operation
Backhoe Operator & La-
borers. Apply 7-4. Work
in Panama City and Chi-
pley.
TRUCK DRIVER
NEEDED CDL's re-
quired. Apply in person.
Woodham Peanut 3673
Hwy 2 Graceville, FL
32440. (850)263-3010
AVON REPRESENTS
TIVES NEEDED in Boni-
fay, Chipley,' Graceville,
Wausau, Vernon,
Caryville, and Ponce de
Leon. Ask about mini-kit.
Phone 850-547-1640.
Dwayne Atkins ISR.












Wednesday, September 6, 2006, Washington County Newsinoimes county linmes-Advertiser, 7B


STATEWIDE CLASSIfFIDS


* EXPERIENCED PRESS
HELPER requires solid
mechanical knowledge
t; and basic knowledge of
. web offset printing. Job
* calls for moving heavy
. paper rolls, general press
" maintenance and clean-
* up, paper handling and
other duties as assigned
* by supervisor. Drug test-
- ing during probationary
4 period is a condition of
. permanent employment.
c Apply in person at
Washington County
News, downtown Chi-
Spley. No phone calls.
EOE, drug free work-
place.
ANDERSON COLUM-
BIA IN Marianna is seek-
ing a Heavy Equip. Me-
chanic. Must have own
tools & 3 -5 yrs exp. Call
Rick @ 850-573-1209.
EOE
NEEDED ARNP OR PA
part-time position in an
established clinic in Boni-
fay, FL. Fax resume
(850)547-5415 or phone
(850)547-4284
HELP WANTED EGG
collector must be in good
health & reliable. 850-
956-1224 '-
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.
FOOD SERVICE SU-
PERVISORS needed.
Must be able to pass a
Background check and
drug testing. We are
looking for staff that is
committed, dependable
and able to multitask, ex-
cellent pay, great bene-
fits. Supervising in a pris-
on setting. Jobs available
in [me Bonilay and Ver-
non area. Please call
850-773-5868, ask for
Mrs. Thomas or apply at
the institution
PART-TIME WORK
1 day/wk. Will consider
student 18 yrs or older.
Minimum wage. 638-
3516
WANT AN OPPORTU-
NITY with a growing
company? Want to work
hard and be rewarded for
t? Reed Concrete &
Construction, Inc., in
Bonilay would like to talk
with you. 850-547-5767



WANTED TO BUY -an-
tiques, collectibles, gold.
silver, dinnerware, collec-
tions, paintings, call Al
Schmidl 850-638-7304




LOST BLACK OLDER
chow dog, scrape, on
back, female, last seen
Vernon Hwy 79 North,
535-5751



RANDALL R. DARBY.
Roofing, LLC. Certified
Roofing Contractor.
Shingles & Metal. 32 yrs.
experience. Bonifay, FL.
State License
#CCC1 327260
(850)547-2672;
(850)326-3018
FURNITURE. REPAIR
and Finishing 46 years
experience. 638-2300
PEEK IN OR Out of
Home Computer Ser-
vices. Service old or new,
computers at 12 price of
leading competitor's.
SHome 1-850-773-5533;
cell 1-850-625-4257
WEBSITE DESIGN
COMPUTER Service &
Sales. Best rates in Tri-
County area. We are a
registered and licensed
local Christian company.
(8501638-1587;
(850)596-5109.
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Ask for Michael
PANHANDLE LAWN
SERVICE Quality work,
affordable prices. Senior
Citizen Discount. Free
Estimates 956-5070 or
956-4758
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.
HEADLINERS &


VINYL Tops Mobile Unit.
I do the work at your
home or workplace. Rea-
sonable rates on new vi-
nyl tops and auto carpet-
ing. Free estimates. Call
anytime, leave message.
(850)638-7351
J&J CABINET shop. For
all your kitchen cabinets
& house repair needs.
Call James S. Howell.
(850)535-2839;
850)260-1619
QUALITY CLEANING
AT reasonable, rates. Call
Heavenly Helpers Clean-
ing Service. 579-4402;
209-1943; 547-5041;
Serving Holmes, Wash-
ington & Jackson Coun-
tiA


SEWING MACHINE &
Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes & models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
fay. 547-3910
C&C CONSTRUCTION
Specializing In Architec-
tural Standing Seam
Metal Roofing. Installa-
tion and repair on Com-
mercial and Residential.
A 5 year warranty on
workmanship. Also pro-
viding Standing Seam
Metal to contractors and
metal for do it yourself
projects. Call 547-1001.
License #CCC1327331.
BUSINESS CARDS
BUSINESS CARDS! I
Business cards & all your
printing needs.
Guaranteed best prices
& highest quality in the
area. 2 great locations to
serve you. Call The
Holmes County Times-
Advertiser, Bonlfay (850)
547-9414 or the Wash-
ington County News,
Chlpley (850) 638-0212.
C&C BOOKKEEPING &
Tax Service; Open 5
days a week. 8am to
5pm. Call 8507638-1483
PJ'S CAR WASH Mon-
Fri, 9am-6pm. All prices
include full wash, detail,
Armorall and perfume.
Cars $15, trucks, SUV's
$20-$25, wax and sham-,
poo available also. Call
for pick-up or delivery.
850-547-2424
LAND CLEARING- EX-
CAVATION, Dozer, trac-
tor work and 'more.
Cummins Farm850-260-
1342 Chipley

FREE
STUFF
FREE TO GOOD home.,
1/2 Catahoula hound and
1/2 Curr. Black and tan,
spayed female, very
friendly. 535-9886
FREE KITTENS SUNNY
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Will require lifting and carrying
up to 75 pounds. Works out-
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* Install and upgrade networking equipment, desktop
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'Monitor internal reports of technical problems and
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* Create sound documentation on new organizational
technologies and solve arising technical issues.
* Assist in the administrative duties of a Windows Do-
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* Collaborate with members of the I.T. Department in
large-scale implementations of software and hardware
across the organization.
* Perform other duties and special projects as assigned
or directed.
Minimum Qualifications:
* At least 1 year working experience in a tech support
role or formal training with certification in network
technology (Network+, MCP, CCNP).
* fundamental knowledge of commonly used software,
hardware and other equipment.
* Strong customer service orientation.
* Must have the drive and ability to learn new technolo-
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* Must have excellent communication skills (both verbal
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Preferred Qualifications:
* AA/AS Degree in I.T., Computer Science, or a related
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* Network+ or MCP certification.
* Two years experience desired.

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CHIPOLA COLLEGE is now accepting
applications for Adjunct Instructor for Nail
Technology/Cosmetology Program:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High School diploma or G.E.D. required with
demonstrated competency in basic reading,
writing and mathematical skills. Two (2)
years of recent, continuous, successful work
experience. Valid Florida Cosmetology Li-
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DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Primarily responsible for the delivery of
curriculum pertaining to Nail Technology.
Responsibilities also include assisting with
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student progress throughout the course and
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instructional program.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: September
18, 2006 @ 4:00 pm CDT

Interested applicants should submit a letter of
application, completed Chipola College em-
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current addresses and telephone numbers,
and copies of college transcripts and Florida
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8B, Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Wednesday, September 6, 2006

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
CLOSED: Vernon Library, Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 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, SEPTEMBER 7
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 Born fa).
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, SEPTEMBER 8
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Libraky open."
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes Council on Aging provides bingo, exercise,
games, activities, hot meals and socialization:
10 a.m.-5 p.m.-Wausau Library open. %
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library preschool sqorN time.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging i located in Chiple i senior lunches.
for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb FTW 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, SEPTEMBER 9
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Vernon Library open.
9 a.m.-12 noon-Chipley Library open.
7-10 p.m. Geneva Senior Citizens Dance at Geneva Community Cen-
ter, North Iris St., every Saturday for those 21 and older, country music by
the Flat County Band. Admission is $4, 50-50 give-away, refreshments,
no smoking or alcohol.
8 p.m.-AlcoholicsAnonymous meeting, held at BethlehemMasonic Lodge,
located on Hwy. 177 in Holmes County. .
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
8p.m.-AlcoholicsAnonymous meeting, held in the board room at Graceville
Hospital in Graceville.
4-6 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals, held at
Shiloh Baptist Church Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook,
638-8418.:
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11
CLOSED: Vernon, Wausau and Holmes County Libraries.
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 p.m.-VFW Post 10085 regular monthly meeting, held at posthome,
located on Highway 279 North in Vernon. Call 638-4002.
5:30 p.m.-Washington County School Board meeting.
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 SADVFRural
Outreach office at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue, apartment one, in Chipley..


Call Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
6:00 p.m.-Bonifay City Council meeting.
6:00 p.m. Five Points Crime Watch Supper will be served at 6 p.m.
For more information, call 535-2312 or 535-2657.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational English classes for internationals, held
at Shiloh Baptist Church. Contact church office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook.
638-8418.
7 p.m.-Vernon City Council meeting.
7:30 p.m.-Vernon Masonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Library open.
8:30 a.m.-Orange Hill Soil and Water Conservation District meeting
at the Ag Center in Chipley.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon and Chipley Libraries open.
9 a.m.-Tourist Development Council meeting.
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.
11 a.m.-Washington Council onAging (located in Chipley) senior lunches.
for reservations call 638-6217, donations accepted.
12 noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club weekly meeting.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Development Commission meeting.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Commission meeting.
6 p.m.-Chipley City Council meeting.
6 p.m.-Ebro City Council meeting.
7 p.m.-Caryville City Council meeting.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, held at Presbyterian Church in
ChipleN.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meeting, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.


Cullifer reunion
The Cullifer family reunion will be held Sunday,
September 3 at 11 a.m. at Campground Church on H\vy..
179A in Westville. Bring a covered dish and family
memorabilia. For information, call Rachel Kuhn at 850-
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