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Washington County
Commissioner
District 4
YOUR FULL TIME
COMMISSIONER


RE-ELECF


Election ,
information J t
today
The general
election comes
up this Tuesday
and election
information is
in this
weekend's
newspaper. For '. ',
information go t /Y. "
to Page 2


@2006 Chipley Newspapers Inc.


Chipley restaurant
owner sentenced
It may be one of the stiffest
fines ever leveled in a wildlife
case in Washington County,
according to Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion (FWC). Chipley restaurant
owner Sang Ba Nguyen must
pay $3.000 and serve one year
probation after pleading no con-
test to 20 wildlife law violations.
Nguyen was sentenced Tuesday
by Washington County Judge
Colby Peel.
FWC investigators say Nguy-
en. who also goes by the name
of "Filang" or "Fila," allegedly
bought several dozen deer in
2004 and 2005 and then resold
the meat to Asian btbyers along
the Gulf Coast from Bay to Es-
cambia counties. They said he
transported and sold deer in New
Orleans. but that market van-
ished after Hurricane Katrina.
Anyone with information
about fish and wildlife crimes
in Florida can call the Wildlife
Alert hotline at 1-888-404-3922.
Callers are guaranteed anonym-
ity and may receive a reward
ranging from $25 $1,000, de-
pending on the violation.

Chipley Police update
Over the past month, the
Chipley Police Department
has been receiving numerous
complaints of individuals who
were soliciting local citizens for
prostitution, according to a news
release Tuesday.
An undercover investigation
was initiated and during this in-
vestigation, Juanita Evins of 605
7th Street. Chipley. was arrested
after she solicited an undercover
officer. Evins offered to perform
sexual acts with the undercover
officer in exchange for $20. The
undercover officer then arrested
Evins and she was subsequently
charged with soliciting for Pros-
titution. After Evins arrest. Evins
stated that her "crack" cocaine
addiction was' forcing her to so-
licit herself for prostitution.
Chief Kevin Crews states that.
'By apprehending these type in-
dividuals. we can offer them the
help they need to overcome their
addictions through the many ser-
vices available to them.
"In the meantime, we as the po-
lice department must keep these
people off of our streets and out
of our communities to protect our
public. Please continue to call in
your information of illegal activ-
ity and remember 'together, we
can make a difference'".


- HALLOWEEN FUN1 10t 1~


Halloween

celebration

downtown
Chipley downtown merchants -
once again hosted a gala Hallow-
een for young and old alike Tues-
day. Chipley Police Department
patroled the area and limited
trick or treating to Main Street 4
and Railroad Avenues.
Other activities were held at
the Farmer's Market building,
including: a costume contest
for ages newborn to 10 years-of
-age. sponsored by the Chiple
Garden Club.
There was also a chili cook-off
contest. All chili %%as donated to
the Chipley Garden Club, who
sold bowls of chili.
New Life Fellowship also held .-
their annual Fall Festial in the ''
parking lot behind the BP station
on Main Street.


A suitable response
Minnesota National Guard members in Iraq gave this response to Sen. John Kerry's remarks last
week in California. Kerry spoke at Pasadena City College at a political rally and said, "You know,
education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an
effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don't, you get stuck in Iraq." In the firestorm of contro-
versay that resulted, Kerry apologized for the remarks.


NFCH

adjusts

employees'

hours

CEO: Drop in new
patients the reason

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
The lack of a major "flu sea.
son" was good for residents
of Washington County, but not
so good for Northwest Florida
Community Hospital (NFCH).
The drop in new patients this
year led hospital officials to ad-
just employees' hours recently.
Chief Executive -Officer Pat
Schlenker provided figures
Thursday that showed that while
patient numbers went up drasti-
cally in the first year of the cur.
rent operations, that changed in
the second year.
"In our first year inpatients
increased 33 percent, and out-
patients increased 18 percent,"
Schlenker said. "However, in the
year ending September 30 we
only had a five percent increase
in inpatients and outpatients
dropped 18 percent." While
this is still a noticeable overall
increase over two years, the drop
cut deeply into cash flow for the
second year, causing a drop in
revenue of about $800,000.
Schlenker said the problem
came primarily from a drop in
respiratory patients. The six-
to-eight months of dry warm
weather earlier in the year meant
no major flu season (which is
generally associated with humid
weather). This meant less need
for people to use the hospital
for one of the two most common
reasons to visit.
"The two most common rea.
sons to visit. the hospital are
respiratory problems and heart
problems," Schlenker said. This
was borne out when rainy,'hu
mid weather returned. "The rain
brought a big increase," he said.
"We had 21 patients on one day
alone.'
Schlenker said the drop in
patients due to weather was seen
across the Panhandle.
Management is also paying
off $2.3 million in bad debt ($1.2
million was inherited) where pa.
tients can pay based on their per.
sonal finances but simply choose
not to, or at least not in a timely
fashion. The hospital has also
paid out about $300,000 in em-
See NFCH, page 12


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2, Washington County News, Saturday, November 4, 2006

_____________ I]DEC FI[SION 006INFORMIKS ~L' ACTION


Floridians have three
ways to cast their ballot
for the General Election on
Nov. 7. *
To vote by absentee
ballot, a voter, member of
their immediate family, or
their legal guardian may
request an absentee bal-
lot from the Supervisor
of Elections in the county
in which the voter is reg-
istered. Absentee ballots'
may be requested in per-
son, by mail, or by tele-
phone. One request may
cover all elections within
a calendar year. A request
for an absentee ballot for'
the General Election to be
mailed to a voter must be
received by the Supervisor
of Elections no later than 5
p.m. on Nov. 1. ,
A designee may pick up
an absentee ballot for a
voter up to four days prior
to election day.
A designee may only
pick up two absentee bal-
lots per election; other
than his or her own ballot
or ballots for members of
his or her immediate fam-
ily. Designees must have
written authorization from
the voter, present picture
identification, and sign an
affidavit.
Completed absentee bal-
lots must be delivered to
the Supervisor of Elections
office by 7 p.m. on the day
of the election. Absentee
ballots can not be returned
to a polling place.
The person requesting
an absentee ballot must
provide: The name of the
voter for whom the ballot
is requested; voter's ad-
dress; date of birth; The
requester's name; address;
driver's license number,
if available; relationship


to the vote; and the
requester's signature, (writ-
ten request only). .,
During the November
2004 general election, 1.3
million Floridians voted
absentee. For more infor-
mation on voting by absen-
tee ballot, visit the Division
of Elections online at http:
//election.dos.state.fl.us
Beginning Monday, Oct.
23, early voting began at
local Supervisor of Elec-
tions main and full service
branch offices designated
by the supervisor.
In accordance with Flor-
ida State Statute 101.657,
supervisors may also des-
ignate any city haillor per-
manent public library facil-
ity as an early voting site if
it is geographically located
providing all voters in the.
county an equal opportu-
nity to cast a ballot.
Early, voting will be,
conducted. eight 'hours
each weekday and eight
total hours each weekend
during the early voting
period. Voters can contact
their. Supervisor of Elec-
tions, for locations, dates,
and times of early voting
places. Early voting ends'
for the General Election on
Sunday, Nov. 5. ,
Floridians who ,choose
to vote early .will need
to bring in a photo and
signature identification to
cast their ballot. A photo
and signature identifica-
tion has been required to
vote in Florida. since 1998.
Any of the following docu-
ments may be presented
to fulfill the photo and
signature requirements:
Florida driver's license;
Florida identification card
issued by the Department,
of Highway .Safety and


Motor Vehicles; United
States passport; Employee
badge or identification;
Buyer's club identification;
Debit or credit card; Mili-
tary identification; Student
identification; Retirement
center identification;
Neighborhood association
identification; and public
assistance identification.
If the photo identifica-
tion presented does not
have the voter's signature.
additional 'identification
with the voter's signature
is required.
During the November
:2004 General Election,
1.4 million: early vot-
ing ballots were cast in
Florida. For more infor-
mation on early voting,
please' visit the Division
of Elections online at http:
//election.dos.state.fl.us
Voter ID
Floridians are reminded
to take identification with
them when they vote.
Acceptable *documents
are Florida driver's license,
Florida identification card
issued by the Department
of. Highway Safety and
Motor Vehicles, United
States passport, employee
badge or identification.
buyer's club identification,
debit or credit card, mili-
tary identification, student
identification, retirement
center identification,
neighborhood association
identification, and public
assistance identification.
Any combination of
these documents may be
presented to fulfill the
photo and signature re-
quirements.
The public is reminded
that primary election day
is September 5, and the


general election is Novem-
ber 6.
Voting locations
Washington County
Voting Place '- name and
address
Caryville Town Hall,
4336 Old Spanish Trail,
Caryville 32427 -
Community Center, Five
Points Community Cen-
ter, 3892 Desalvo Road,
Caryville 32427
Fire Station, Hinson
Crossroads, 5487 Douglas
Ferry Rd, Caryville 32427
, Agriculture Center, 1424
Jackson Ave., Chipley
3242,8.
Vernon City Hall, 2996
Main St., Vernon 32462
Voting House New
Hope, 1927 B Hwy 79,
Vernon 32462
Orange Hill Fire Sta-
tion, 1927 Orange Hill Rd.,
Chipley 32428 '
Armory, 749 .7th St.,
Chipley 32428 (6Eugene
Anderson 638-6260)
City Hall -, Wausau.
1607 Second Ave., Wausau


32463
Courts of Praise Church,
1720 Clayton Rd., Chipley
32428
City Hall Ebro, 629
Dog Track Rd., Ebro
32428.
Voting House Green-
head, 5699 Hwy 77,
Chipley 32428
Old Chipley High
School Gym, 680 2nd St.,
Chipley 32428
Fire Station Sunny
Hills, 3681 Gables Blvd.,
Chipley 32428
VFW Post Vernon,
4100 Pate Pond Rd., Ver-
non 32462
Shepherds Gate Church,
1915 Ferguson Rd.,
Chipley 32428
Recycling Center, 3115
Hwy 77, Chipley 32428'
Country Oaks Baptist
Church, 574 Buckhorn
Blvd., Chipley 32428


Name
1: Caryville Town Hall
2: Community Center
3: Fire Station
4: Agriculture Center
4A: Agriculture Center
5: Vernon City Hall
6: Voting House-New
Hope
7: Orange VFD
8: Armory
9: City Hall, Wausau
9A: City Hall, Wausau
10: Courts of Praise
Church
10A: Courts of Praise
Church
11: City Hall, Ebro,
12: Voting House,
Greenhead
13: Old Chipley High
School Gymn
14: Old Chipley High
School Gym
15: Sunny Hills Fire Sta.
tion
16: VFW Post, Vernon
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Following is a list of Church
Washington County Pre- 18: Recycling Center
cincts 19: Country Oaks Bap.
Precinct and Place list Church',


Joe Rob Asrts

Conservative Democrat for US Congress


The Eastern end of' Congressional
District .1,: where I spent much of my'
childhood, has not been represented in
Congress since Bob Sikes left office in
1977. I intend to reverse that trend by
representing the entire district. Farm
life was a good life for my grandpar-
ents, Rob and Lela Forehand, and I
will work to make that life possible for
future generations of Floridians and
Americans.


l Helping Working Families: My oppo-
i... --* I nent takes undeserved pay raises and
then votes against pay raises for work-
ing families. I will promote legislation to raise the minimum wage, repeal
tax giveaways to the wealthy, and focus on tax cuts for the middle-class.
I will fight the insurance companies from Washington, not Tallahassee.
Supporting Our Veterans: My opponent, who never served, voted
against veterans 75% of the time according to the DAV, and he voted
to cut $3.5 billion from the VA budget. I served alongside our nation's
veterans for over 20 years. In Congress, I will fight for our nation's vet-
erans, and for a VA hospital, not a clinic, in this district.
Making Health Care More Affordable: We must fix the prescription
drug program by putting people ahead of the big drug companies and
HMO's. I will work to get Americans out of the Emergency Room and
into affordable, effective healthcare.
Cutting College Costs: Our children represent our future and we must
show our commitment to that cause'by making college tuition more af-
fordable and more accessible.
As your Congressman, I will serve as your voice in Washington, DC and
I will be a strong advocate for working families and small businesses. I
will promote the interests of people, not corporations.











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Take Stock in Children update


Saturday, November 4, 2006, Washington County News, 3

CLE~~ANPIE


Members of the Jackson
County Optimist Club
have started The Lighting
The Way For Kids of Jack-
son County Scholarship
Foundation, Inc. for the
purpose of facilitating a lo-
cal branch of the state wide
Take Stock in Children
Program (TSIC).
Take Stock in Children
helps low-income children
succeed in life by provid-
ing college and vocational
scholarships, volunteer
mentors, tutoring, and
long-term support. Take
Stock in Children has a
proven record of helping
low-income children stay
out of trouble, graduate
from high school, attend
college, and become pro-
ductive citizens.
*The Wachovia Founda-
tion contributed a sizable
donation to the Take Stock
in Children Program of
Washington County.
Take Stock in Children
is a state wide organization
that has given thousands of
scholarships to children all
over the state of Florida.
SThe local Washington
,County program has been
m existence for just two
years, but has awarded 34
Scholarships to children in
Vernon and Chipley.
Don Walters, who heads
the local Take Stock in
Children program, noted
the Wachovia Foundation's
mission to help build
strong and vibrant com-
munities throughout the
country and in particular
helping to make a positive
difference for the children
and citizens of Washington
County.


Habitat roast
SThe fourth annual Ce-
lebrity-Roast Dinnerhosted '
|y Habitat for Humanity.of
Washington County will
be held 6 p.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 14, at the Agriculture
Center in Chipley. It will
feature Carol Finch Griffin
with Perry Wells as master
of ceremonies. Tickets are
$15 each.
"We expect this to be a
very interesting and enjoy-
able evening that will in-
clude a delicious steak din-
ner," said Debbie McCrary.
'This is a great way you
can help those in need."


Fighting to lower
income taxes

Opposes
Amnesty

Seeks alternatives
to Saudi Arabian oil,
such as off-shore and
ANWR drilling

Supports
Marriage between one
man and one woman

Supports
"A" Rating from
the NRA

Pro-Life
Supports the Partial Birth
Abortion Ban of 2003


Dr. Plinio Tutu (left) and Don Jones (far right) are
founding members of The Lighting The Way For
Kids Foundation Board. Don Walters, who started the
Washington County TSIC Program presented a check
for $2,500 to the men for The Lighting the Way For
Kids Foundation. The funds came from Orange Hill
Soil and Water Conservation District, where Walters
is Chairman of the Board. Orange Hill Soil and Water
has a long list of public service jobs and monetary do-
nations to various charities and organizations.















Left to right: Wachovia representative Anita Lee:
Financial Specialist; Teresa Brown: Financial Center
Manager; Don Walters: Take Stock in Children of
Washington County Program Coordinator; Deana
McIntosh: Financial Specialist.
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McIntosh: Financial Specialist.


Habitat for Humanity
works in partnership with
,people from.all walks of
life, to develop communi-
ties f1r people in need, by
building houses so that
there are decent homes
in decent communities in
which every person can
experience God's love and
can live and grow into all
that God intends.
Tickets for the roast
are available by calling
McCrary at 638-4436 or
Rebecca Harris, 638-1753.
They may also be picked
up at several local busi-
nesses. Call McCrary for
details.


Vendors needed
Artists/crafters, vendors
are needed' for the Seco4d
Annual Holiday Festival to
be held Saturday, Decem-
ber 9, Main Street, Hwy.
79, Vernon from 10 a.m.
until 3 p.m.
For information on
booth rentals, contact
Donna at 859-251-9126 or
Kristy at 850-535-9880.


FAX NEWS

TO 638-4601


Taxes



Immigration'



Energy


Marriage
Amendment

2nd
Amendment


Right$ Of
the Unborn'



Voted against
lowering taxes

Supports
Amnesty

Flip-flops on his
position toward
off-shore and
ANWR drilling

Opposes
Voted twice against
marriage between one
man and one woman

Opposes
"F" Rating from
the NRA

Pro-Choice
Opposed the Partial Birth
Abortion Ban of 2003


CJWC Fall Trash Pickup Team members CHS Juniorette Alyssa Munns, CJWC
members Vicky Naker, Pam Thompson, Kim Lee, Kim Toole, and Isa Pozo.


The Chipley Junior
Women's Club spent Sat-
urday, Oct. 28 cleaning up
the roadway from Regions
Bank to north of Chipley
on Highway 77 during the
Annual CJWC Fall Trash
Pickup. Several veteran
CJWC members including


Vicky Naker, Pam Thomp-
son, Isa Pozo, new mem-
bers Kim Toole and Kim
Lee, and CHS juniorette
Alyssa Munns were up in
the early hours of Satur-
day morning to make sure
Main Street in Chipley was
clean and beautiful.


The CJWC team clocked
in nine volunteer hours and
collected over 40 lbs of
trash. If you are interested
in future CJWC commu.
nity projects or would like
information on joining the
club please visit us online at
www.chipleyjuniors.com


.A FULL-TIME COMMISSIONER YOU
CAN CALL WHEN YOU NEED HELP...
"I WILL HELP YOU AND I WILL BE
AVAILABLE FOR YOU"

LENZY



V CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY
.l COMMISSIONERS, DISTRICT 4


I am very honored that you have allowed me to serve as your County Commissioner
for the past four years. The upcoming November 7th election will decide who will
represent our citizens on the Washington County Commission for the next four years.
It is an important decision; one that I believe will have a great impact on the citizens of
Washington County.
We are all facing tough choices in Washington County! As with many others things in our
daily lives, the cost of our county government keeps rising. To continue to provide cost
effective and efficient services to the citizens of Washington County, we need outstanding
management. Washington County needs management that will continue to be based on
experience with a hands-on attitude and approach to ensure that we have a cost effective
county. I believe my experience as an elected official, my 15 years experience in road
contracting/building and my FULL-TIME commitment well qualifies me to do the job
for YOU.
As many of you know, I have been unable to visit your personally and ask for your vote
and support due to an unfortunate accident at my home resulting in a broken leg. I am
sorry that I have been unable to visit you and ask you for your vote. Please consider this
as my personal plea to ask for your continued support and vote on November 7th.
Most of you know me personally and know that the interests of Washingtonr County have
been my first consideration and commitment to you. I promise the citizens of Washington
County...RE-ELECT me, and you have my promise and commitment to continue to be
the Washington County Commissioner you deserve.
I am pleased to inform you that my relationship with the DOT SCRAP (Department of
Transportation Small County Road Assistance Program) has resulted in the following
roads in Washington County being approved by that program for widening and resurfacing:
Orange Hill Highway, Clayton Road, Pioneer Road (from Wausau to Vernon), Creek Road
(out of Vernon), County Road 179 South (out of Caryville), and Alford Road. Orange
Hill Road is currently under construction at No Cost To The Citizens Of Washington
County. Clayton Road, Pioneer Road, Creek Road, CR 179 South (out of Caryville),
and Alford Road are all scheduled to be widened and resurfaced in the near future at No
Cost To The Citizens Of Washington County. I have submitted several other roads
(Piney Grove Road, Corbin Road, and Park Road) in the county to the SCRAP program
for funding during the next funding cycle. Please note, these road improvements will be
completed at NO Cost To The Citizens Of Washington County.
Please remember the Washington County elections are now county-wide and join me in
keeping effective and knowledgeable government in our county. I humbly ask that you
please vote for me as your FULL-TIME COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
Please contact me anytime DAY or NIGHT at 638-1911, 816 Allison Drive, Chipley, FL
32428, if you have any questions or concerns that you would like to discuss.
I will always strive to do what's best for Washington County.
FULL-TIME = ALWAYS AVAILABLE = LENZY CORBIN!


Katherine Harris for Senate
813-288-8400 www.ElectHarris.org
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Craft classes at the Library
The Chipley library will be hosting a series of craft
classes at 6 p.m. on Thursday nights. The November 9,
class will be a padded picture frame class. The cost for
this class has not been determined and registration is
required.
The November 16, class will be a table top decoration.
The supplies and cost have not been determined; registra-
tion is required.
To register for any of the four classes, call Linda or
Barbara at 638-1314. If you register and do not attend
you may be asked to pay any fees that may apply so
please mark your calendars once you register.

Adams benefit
The second annual Gail Adams benefit will be held on
F Wednesday, Nov. 8 at Chipley Auto Parts located at 1220
Jackson Avenue in Chipley.Scott Riggs' NASCAR show
-' car will be on display along with many local racers who
will display their cars.
Hot dogs and soft drinks will be available. There will
be drawings for prizes through out the day. Proceeds
from the benefit will go to the boys' baseball and girls'
softball programs at Chipley High School. For more in-
formation, call 638-7990.

Wausau Christmas Parade
Wausau will hold its annual Christmas Parade on Sat-
; urday, Dec. 9 at 10 a.m.
Following the parade. Santa will greet the children at
the Possum Palace.
Anyone wishing to enter the parade should contact
Margaret Riley. Town Clerk, at (850) 638-1781 or (850)
260-5740.

NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGULATION
AFFECTING THE USE OF LAND
Washington County is in the process of amending the Comprehensive Plan for
the areas shown within the map in this advertisement.
The proposed amendments were transmitted to the Florida Department of
Community) Affairs IDCA) on March 31, 2006, and DCA issued pursuant to Rule
.9J- 11.010. an Objecuons. Recommendations and Comments (ORC) Report on the
proposed amendments on July 14. 2006.
In accordance w ith the Regular Amendment Adopuon Pros visions of the Florida
Administratie Code an Adoption Public Heanng will be held by the Wasuhington
Counrt Board of Countr Commissioners. This hearing is being held to solicit
public comment concerning the proposed Land Use Change/Comprehensie Plan
Amendments. 10 review the County's response to the ORC Report as well as to
I potentially adopi the amendments.
This Adopuon Public Hearing will be held on Nosember 16, 2006, at 5.00 PM
or as soon thereafter as possible at the County Commissioners Meeting Room,
1331 South Boulesard. Clupley, Florida. All interested members of the public are
encouraged to attend.
Informauon concerning the proposed land use changes as well as a copy of the
ORC Report is available for retnew at the Washingion County Board of County
Commissioners Oftice at J331 South Boulevard, Cluple%, Florida


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LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF PARCELS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED AMENDMENT
PARCEL D Proposed Change from AgricultureiSils culture, Low Density
Residential and General Commercial Use to Low Density Residential and General
Commercial Use. Petinon for Land Use Change Submitted by James Southall, PE
on behalf of Riser Lake Land Company and George Fleming, Propert) Owner.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensise Plan Amendment is to
alld.s for the development of a mi.ed use residential subdivision.
The parcel is described as follows:
PARCEL 1: THE N 1/2 OF THE SW 1I4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC 4 TIN
S R 14W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA; AND THE SE I14 OF THE SW 1/4
OF THESE 1/40FSEC4TINR-14WWASHINGTONCOUNTYFLORIDA;
AND THE S I12 OF SE 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC 4 TIN R14W WASHING-
TON COUNTY FLORIDA. AND THAT PORTION OF THE N-W 1/4 OF THE
SW 1,4 OF SEC 4 TI N RI 14W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA. LYING
i EAST OF STATE ROAD 77
PARCEL II: THAT PORTION OF SEC 5 TIN R14W WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA LYING EAST OF STATE ROAD 77.
Both parcels combined contain 100 acres more or less
PARCEL F Proposed Change fromrn Agriculture, Sil\ culture Use to Low
e Denit Residential Use Petition for Land Lise Change Submittled by Voyager
Investment Company. Property) Oswner
The purpose of this Land Use Change'Comprehensie Plan Amendment is to
allow for the development of a residential subdi vision
S PiThe p.ucel is described as follow,-
SUR\EYOR'S DESCRIPTION: Vdillage of Spanish Lakes, Phase 2 Parcel A)
Being a parcel of land Is ing in Secution 31. Township 2 North, Range 14 West,
Washington Countr. Flonda, and being more particularly described as follows:
COMMENCING at the Southeast corner of Lot I. SPANISH LAKES ESTATES
PHASE U. according to the plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 3, Page 232.
of the Public Records of Washington County. Florida. said point also being on
the westerly Right-of-Way line of Count) Road 279 1 100 feet wide;): thence
N 89'01 '56"W. along the southerly line of said Lot I. a distance of 692.46 feel to
S the wesierly Right-of-Way line of Lucas Lake Road (60-foot maintained Right-of-
'Way i. thence N.285s'0"VOW., along said western\ Right-of-Way line and along the
westerly lines of Lots I. I -A and 2 of said SPANISH LAKE ESTATES PHASE
0. a distance of 334 64- feet to the intersection of said westerly Right-of-Way line
and the westerly line of said SPANISH LAKES ESTATES, PHASE HI; thence
N.27' 36'04"W.. along said wesier)ly Right-of-Way line. a distance of 248.00 feet;
t hence S 62 23'52"W a distance of 60 00 feel to the POINT OF BEGINNING,
Thence N 85 3-2'55"W, a distance of 980.27 feet:
Thence N 01 27'05"E.. a distance of 139 96 feet,
Thence N45W334"W. a distance of 374.10 feet. .
S, Thence N. 1235"27'W., a distance of 70.37 feet;.
Thence N.40320 "W. a distance of 225.00 feet;
3 Thence N.4928"00E., a distance of 250.00 feet; ". .... .
ThenceN.2S33'56"W., a distance of 168 67 feet, : ; ;"
Thence N.44-56'36"W ,a distance o1117.82 feet, .: r
, Thence N 595-3"40"\W. a distance o" 134 71 feet;
ThenceN sI'20"54"W.. a distance of 179.04 feet,
l ThenceN 1718'50"E. a distance of 271.97 feet to the southerly Right-of-Way
h line of said Lucas L Eake Road;
Thence S.7241 '05'E.. along said southerly Righl-of-Way line, a distance of


767.61 feet to the Point of Cur nature of a cucular curve concave southwesterly,
has ing a radius of 370.l0I feet and a chord thai bears S.49" 28'03"E., 291.73 feet.
Thence Southeasterl\. along the arc of said curse to the right. through a central
angle or -4 26'04". a di-.tance of 299.87 feet to the Point of Tangency:
Thence S.26'15'0 I"E., a distance of 132.08 feet to the Point of Curvature of a ,
circular cure concave nonheasierly.having a radius of 979.60 feet and a chord
that bears S 33:19' 17"E. 24 I.IS feet;
Thence Southeasterly, along the arc of said curve to the left, through a central
angle of 1408'31", a distance of 241.79 feet to the Point of Tangency; .... ...
Thence S.4023'33"E., a distance of 200.05 feet to the Point of Curvature of a .
circular curve concave southwesterly, having a radius of 1390.00 feet and a chord
that bears S.33*59'48"E., 309,69 feet!
Thence SoutheasterIl. along the arc or said curse to the night. through a central
angle of 12'47'29'", a distance of 310.33 feet to the Point of Tangency;
Thence S.27'36'04"E., a distance of 304.32 feet to the Point of Beginning.
Contains 25.33 acres more or less.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will hot be kept, It shall be the re-
sponsibility of any person deciding to appeal any decision made by Washington
County w Ith respect to an) matter considered at this public hearing. to Insure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings Is made.


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On November 7th

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The "bull" is a harmless piece of wood with long ', ..'* "- .' ,' :
pointed horns on either side of the head. The trick is Hay isn't really harvested like this these days. The
to throw the rope wide enough to miss the horns and kids picked up a few handfulls to finish padding the
settle on the bulls shoulders. wagon for their hay ride.


Got milk? The kindergarten students do! The boys
and girls enjoy sitting on the newly mown hay with
their cartons of cobl milk.


Kindergarten classes at
Kate M. Smith Elementary
School enjoyed the annual
Cowboy Day. They wore
jeans and cowboy hats and
tried their hand at roping a
'bull."
The kids also made
s'mores, enjoyed a cow-
boy hat toss and held stick
horse races.
The several kindergar-
ten classes also went on
a farm field trip where
they helped harvest hay
for a hayride, and enjoyed
cartons of milk with the
'producers" foraging in the
background.
For 26 years. Gary
Aukema has hosted visits
to the farm from area kin-
dergarten classes, and has
spent time telling the kids
about the work done there.


The week of field trips
came to an end when Chi-
pley's big fire truck pulled
to the side of the road near
the kindergarten building.
Steve Ostrowski told the
kids about the fire fighters'
job and equipment before
they climbed onto the
top of the truck for a ride
around the block.
Fall Festival
The Kate M. Smith
Elementary School Fall
Festival, is set for Monday,
Nov. 6, 5 to 8 p.m.
Traditional chicken and,
dressing dinner plates
will be on sale for $5 each.
There will also be games,
fun and great prizes. Ev-
eryone is encouraged to go
and enjoy a fun-filled fam-
ily night!


Steve Ostrowski shows the kindergarten students It's a little big but the fire fighter's gear feels pretty
that a fire fighter is not someone to be feared. It's just special to the kids who are allowed to try it on as part
a friend wearing protective clothing. of Fire Prevention Week.


Tiger Talk!
Upcoming events at
Kate Smith Elementary for
November, 2006:
*Nov. 6 Fall Festival


*No\. 7 Third Grade
field -trip to Landmark
Park
*Nov. 9 Picture retakes
8 a.m.


*Nov. -10 KMS pays
tribute to all veterans
*Nov. 15 Third Grade
goes to Chipley High
School to see a play


*Nov. 17 First Grade
Thanksgiving feast
*Nov. 22-24 Thanksgiv-
ing holidays


One of the best parts of the fire trucks' visit to the
school is climbing to the top for a ride around the
block. Several fire fighters were on hand to see to the
safety of the kids.


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Making s'mores is an exacting job. First, you have to
toast the marshmallow to a golden brown. Then, you
sandwich the hot marshmallow and a bit of chocolate
bar between two graham crackers. Good food for sev-
eral young cowhands.

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The kids in this kindergarten class smile after returning to school safely. However, some of them look like
they're not so happy to have the day come to an end.




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as your next District 4 County Commissioner. I look for-
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ington County, now even more than when I first made 2nd Ailnnual
the decision to run, and I'll tell you why. *
My wife, Mary, and I moved here from Jackson Coun- I
ty 20 years ago. We have loved it here and have made Gal j ,i
many friends. For the last two months, we have been B
introducing ourselves to the taxpayers and voters of the
county and have had a wonderful time! We are both Benefi
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The Washington County based band, "A Herd of
Turtles", provided the live music. Members are Shel-


From noon until 6! p.m. on Satur-
day, Oct. 21, the Sunny Hills Golf
and Country Club was the set for the
24th annual Oktoberfest in Sunny
Hills on Saturday, October 21.
Events were based in a large
'Fest Tent" and featured German-
style food (buffet), live music with
Oompah recordings during band
breaks, dancing, and plenty of cold
beverages. Front Beach Helicopter
returned and offered aerial tours of
Sunny Hills from .he nearby golf
driving range.
The Washington County based
band, "A Herd of Turtles", provided
the live music. The "Herd" has most
recently been performing at Toucan's


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ley Fuettere, Scotty Osborne, Dan Mayne, Wesely
Mayne, and Rodney Caldwell.


in Mexico Beach, Snapperheads at
Santa Rosa Beach, and just prior
to Oktoberfest was at Foghorn's.
on Panama City Beach. The band
played a variety of music. Members
are Shelley Fuettere, Scotty Osborne,
Dan Mayne, Wesely Mayne, and
Rodney Caldwell.
Oompah music has been a fea-
tured part of each Oktoberfest for
those who like the traditional "Fest"
dancing, and those who look forward
to their annual "chicken dance" were
not disappointed.
Traditional "Fest" music, was
played between band sets throughout
the afternoon.
Started 24 years ago by members


of the Sunny Hills Sportsman Club
as an opportunity for the many for-,
eign-born residents of Sunny Hills to
bring their favorite foods and have
an. afternoon of food, fun, and fel-
low-ship, the event has become the
annual Fall event in Sunny Hills.
Last year the Sunny Hills Civic: &
Improvement Association expanded
the event into a "Fall Festival" for-
mat with, a circus, triathlon, fishing
tournament, hot air balloons, craft
and food vendors, and the Fest Halle.,
That was changed this year due to
construction at Wilder Park, but the
Fall Festival & Oktoberfest fonnat
will return in 2007, which will mark
the 25th year.


I] UKS IBERFEST 2006P{I I~ IINiU S~UNNY HILLS


Started 24 years ago by members of the Sunny Hills
Sportsman Club, the event has become the annual


Fall event in Sunny Hills. the Fall Festival & Okto-
berfest format will return in 2007.


Veterans Day
parade Nov. 11
AMIVETS Post 007 is
sponsoring a Veterans' Day
parade on November 11 in
Chipley. Line up for pa-
rade will be at 9 a.m. at the
old Chipley High School.
It is scheduled to start at
10 a.m. Anyone interested
in signing up to march or
needing more information,
should call 638-4126.

File of Life
File of Life, a small
durable file where medical
information can be stored,
offers help for Emergency
Medical Services person-
nel and hospital admis-
sions when an elderly per-
son becomes ill and unable
to speak for themselves. It
is a program for Washing-
ton County residents and is
sponsored by the sheriff's
office, Washington County
Council on Aging (WC-
COA) and Emergency
Medical Services.
There are two medical
cards. The smaller one
should be filled out and
placed in the small plastic
holder so it can be carried
in a wallet, purse, back
pack, lunch pail or diaper
bag.
The larger card goes into
the large plastic file which
is kept on the front of the
refrigerator door. They
both hold information on
the elderly person's medi-
cal data. For more informa-
tion, call 638-6217.

Vernon Christmas
Parade Dec. 9
Vernon will host its
annual Christmas parade
on Saturday, December 9.
The parade is scheduled
to begin promptly at 1 p.m.
and proceed down Main
Street.
Lineup for the parade
will begin at 12:30 p.m. at
the track behind the Old


Vernon High School. Im-
mediately following the
parade, Santa Claus will
be at the City Hall to visit
with the children.
For more information,
and for those wishing to
participate in the parade,
contact Becky at City Hall
at (850) 535-2444.

Flu shots
available
Washington County
Health Department will be
giving flu shots from 9 a.m.
until 1 p.m. at the Council
on Aging in Chipley in
Monday, Nov 13. The
shots are for anyone who
is at least 60 years of age.
I Be sure to take your
drivers license and your
Medicare card. Cost with-
out your Medicare card
will be $30.52.


No appointment neces-
sary. Shots will be given
on a first come, first serve
basis. Dates will be set for
other areas in the county as
soon as the Health Depart-
ment gets another large
shipment. There are no
shortages. There will be
ample time to get a flu shot.
For more information, con-
tact the Council on Aging
in Chipley at 638-6217 or
638-6216.

Checkpoints
Florida Highway Patrol
will conduct driver license
and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the
month of November 2006
on the roadways listed
below in Holmes, Jackson
and Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by


defective vehicle equip-
ment, troopers will con-
centrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated
with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and de-
fective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will.
be directed to drivers who
would violate the driver li-
cense laws of Florida.
The Hioghway Patrol has
found these checkpoints to
be an effective means of,
enforcing the equipment
and driver license la. s of
Florida %\ while ensuring the
protection of all motorists.
State Roads No. 2, 10,
69, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81, 273,
276, 277, 286
- County Roads No. 69A,
162, 164, 165, 165A, 167,
169, 173, 177, 177A, 179,
181, 185, 271, 276, 279,
280, 284, and Snow Hill
Road.


* Voters of Washington County *
As the countdown to Election Day comes our choices
are clear. Do we want to stay with the same old stuff of
reaction management of county business or do we want to
be more proactive with our business approach!
We must become more proactive in order to make Washington County a better
place to live, work and raise our children and grandchildren. The decisions that
you make will determine in which direction the county will go. We need to get
control of our budget and provide more of the essential services to our citizens in
all parts of the county.
There are glaring gaps in our EMS services to all citizens as indicated during
the October 25, 2006 county commission meeting. The 911 system was down for
approximately 50 minutes with no response. This situation is not acceptable and
should have never happened with the technology available today.
I know that we can and will do better in the near future when we elect Joel Pate
as your District 2 County Commissioner. We must do more research on our equip-
ment before we-buy a system.
Let me say thanks to the many people who have encouraged me, and helped me
in one form or another during my campaign. For your help I am very humbled and
appreciative. May God Bless each and every one of you.


Saturday, November 4, 2006, Washington County News, 7
Operation About Face
Operation ABOUT FACE!, a program sponsored by
the Florida National Guard, is currently seeking mentors
for youth who are participating in the program.
With the many changes and demands of the family.
mentoring has become one of the most needed activities
for young people. Mentors need to be willing to provide
guidance and encouragement to a young person who
may not have support from family and friends. Operation
ABOUT FACE! is built around activity-oriented training
topics related to the necessary skills required to succeed
in the business arena. By giving youngsters regular men-
tor contact, the program has a chance to ensure that the
participants receive role model exposure to people who
are in the business world and who actually use the skills
being taught.
For more information about ABOUT FACE! program.
contact Chipley Site Manager, Michel Cockerham at 638-
6191 or email MichelCockerham@yahoo.com.

Educator Preparation Institute
The Florida Department of Education recently
designated Chipola College as an Educator Prepara-
tion Institute. The approximately year-long course
of study offers programs leading to certification in
four areas: math education, science education, excep.
tional student education and elementary education.
Students must complete from 19 to 25 semester hours of
coursework as well as some field experience. Tuition is
free for these programs as well. For information about
the program, call at 850-718-2276.

Mysoldier.com
My Soldier pen pal program offers families a bonding
experience that emphasis the value of volunteering
The goal of the program is to show support for troops
serving in hardship areas Iraq, Afghanistan, Africa by
establishing pen-pal relationships with them. When a
person enrolls in the My Soldier program, they agree
to adopt 'a soldier. For more information about the My
Soldier program or how to participate visit the website.
www.mysoldier.comn

AMVETS hosts fund-raiser
AMVETS Post 007 will host a benefit fish fry on Sun-
day Nov. 5, beginning at noon at Crazy Horse's Get It
and Go, just north of Chipley on Highway 77. This ben-
efit is to help a Chipley resident with her tuition, books.
uniforms, etc., for nurses training.
Plates w ill be $5 each. For more information call, Lisa
at 638-4126.


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8, Washington County News, Saturday, NoVember 4, 2006

Mentors needed
The Take Stock in Chil-
.. dren Scholarship Program
--I "- ..SKINS & -W is looking for caring adults
BDUBOW to mentor scholarship re-
.... .cipients. Call Don Walters
-"at 850-527-9274.

t+ Political


I i ugfh lmu l Icandidates
SASHI T I | 8 COMMISSIONER
Pi 1 %EE | District 2: Joel Pate (R)
I ASHINCTON COUNTY C p i Lynn Cope Sr. (D)
..District 4: Lenzy Corbin
b (D), Eddy G. Holman (R)
Ir I o SCHOOL BOARD DIS-


TRICT 5 (NP)
Susan Roberts, Margaret
Gilmore

Bridge-A-Rama
The new season of play
in Bridge-A-Rama will
start soon. Anyone inter,
ested in scheduled play of
social bridge, about once a
month, is welcome to join.
The program benefits
the Washington County Li-
brary through a tax-deduct-
ible donation. Play is host-
ed at party pair's homes at
mutually agreeable times


for seven contests.
"Join the group and help
the library with needed
items," Fred Lavender urg.
es bridge players. Those
interested should call Lavy
ender at 638-1612 to join,
or for more information.

HUD applicants
Tri-County Community
Council, Inc., Washington
County HUD Section 8
Rental Assistance Program
is currently taking applica.
tions for the waiting list.
Call 638-4520 ext 102.


Skin's and Bubbas Barbecue Restaurant is a family owned business located at
828 Falling Waters Road in Chipley (behind the Napa Store). Here Owner Rick
Marco cuts the ribbon.


Skin's and
Bubbas Barbecue
Restaurant
A new business recently i
celebrated its grand open- WA! I
ing, hosted by the Wash- ',|
ington County Chamber of
Commerce and its Ambas- .
sadors.
Skin's and Bubbas Bar-
becue Restaurant is a
family owned business lo-
cated at 828 Falling Waters
Road in Chipley (behind
the Napa Store). Rick and
Katie Marco, owners, op-
erate the store with their
two daughters, Allison and
Mary-Kate Marco. Rick and Katie Marco, ow
Skin (aka Rick) says their two daughters, Alli
the restaurant has been a Here they join Junior I
life-long dream. He was Webb, at the ribbon cuttii
brought up in the business
and he and a friend named was younger, he was so
Bubba (Craig Elmore) be- skinny his friends came
gan barbecuing in south up with it as a nickname.
Florida, doing many char- "Nowadays, that is not a
ity events for handicapped true nickname," a fend
programs., says. "He loves to cook
Rick and his family andit shows."
moved to Chipley in 2001, The restaurant is open
with the idea of "a restau- six days a week from 11
afii~the fua.. ta. It is closed
m One might wonder Tuesdays.
where the name "Skins" There are daily lunch
came from. When Rick and evening specials.
r..-..... -


vners, operate the store with
son and Mary-Kate Marco.
Miss Watermelon LynZee
ig.

Monday evenings are Ital-
ian night with a different
pasta served weekly. There
is a salad bar, burgers,
stuffed potatoes, and other
tasty treats.
For good homemade
food and friendly service
visit Skin's and Bubbas
C ag Is avail-
able. For information or
take out. call them at 638-
4BBQ (4227).


Skin's and Bubbas Barbecue Restaurant features its "wall of fame."


Toys for Kids
benefit dance
The Konkrete Chikins
(Shannon Deal, Billy Cur-
tis Sizemore, Phillip Smith,
Chris Heath, and JJ Cum-
baa) are' sponsoring a dance
at the Chipley Shrine Club,
Saturday, Nov. 11, from 8
p.m. to midnight.
Admission is $10 per
person. with all proceeds
being donated to Toys for
Kids.

Heritage Quest
Washington County
Public Library has made
the Heritage Quest data-
base available to residents
with a library card. The
database contains census
records and a search of
genealogy books in the
Heritage Quest database.
Renewal of the sub-
scription will be dependent
on the response the library
receives from its users.
To access the database:
*Log on to
www.washingtonfl.com
*Scroll down the page
until you see library on the
left hand side
*Click on the library but-
ton
*Scroll down the page
until you find the link to


Heritage Quest
*Click on words "click
here to enter Heritage
Quest online.
*Enter your Washington
County library barcode
*Click OK. For informa-
'tion call 638-1314.

Brown fund-raiser
There has been an ac-
count set up at Community
South Credit Union for Ja-
cob Kristian Brown son of
Kari Gravely and Thomas
Brown.
Jacob was born on Sept.
29, pre-term and with se-
vere birth defects. He had
severe malformation of
the hands, legs and feet
along with a heart mumur.
He has been hospitalized
since birth at Sacred Heart
N.C.I.C.U. in Pensacola.
,The family would appre-
ciate all and any help. The
account number is 125050
for Jacob Brown.

Guardian
ad Litem
The Guardian ad Litem
PrAoram is seekin vvol-


Jackson, Calhoun, Holmes
and Washington Counties.
If you have a few hours
a month to help an abused
child, please call 482-9127,
674-2799, or 638-6043.
Training begins Novem-
ber 6 in Marianna.


Homemakers
needed at WCOA
Washington County
Council on Aging is re-
cruiting homemakers. If
you have a few hours
hours on your hands, en-
joy cleaning houses, are
friendly, dependable, want
to make a difference in the
life of an elderly person,
and need extra income
pick up an application
at the Council on Aging,
1348 South Boulevard in
Chipley.
Applicant must have de-
pendable automobile, valid
drivers license and auto
insurance. Drug testing
and a background check
will be done. EOE posi-
tions available to be filled
immediately.


unteers to represent the
best interest of abused and Fax news to
neglected children in our
community. 850-638-4601
Volunteers are need in


NOTICE OF CHANGE IN REGULATION
AFFECTING THE USE OF LAND
Washington County is in the process of amending the Comprehensive Plan for the areas shown within the map in this
advertisement.
The proposed amendments were transmitted to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) on March 31, 2006,
and DCA issued pursuant to Rule 9J-11.010, an Objections, Recommendations and Comments (ORC) Report on the pro-
posed amendments on July 14, 2006.
In accordance with the Regular Amendment Adoption Provisions of the Florida Administrative Code an Adoption Public
Hearing will be held by the Washington County Board of County Commissioners. This hearing is being held to solicit public
comment concerning the proposed Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plan Amendments, to review the County's response to
the ORC Report as well as to potentially adopt the amendments.
This Adoption Public Hearing will be held on November 16, 2006, at 5:00 PM or as soon thereafter as possible at the
County Commissioners Meeting Room, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida. All'interested members of the public are
encouraged to attend.
Information concerning the proposed land use changes as well as a copy of the ORC Report is available for review at the
Washington County Board of County Commissioners Office at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF
PARCELS AFFECTED BY PROPOSED
AMENDMENT
PARCEL B Proposed Change from fAMS0HIN /
Agriculture/Silviculture to Mixed Use -
Planned Use Development (PUD). Petition "* 0o -
for Land Use Change Submitted by James .W -
Southall, PE on behalf of Job Flaig, Property
Owner.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/
Comprehensive Plan Amendment is to allow
for the development of a mixed use subdivi-
sion.
The parcel is described as follows:
THE S 1/2 OF SEC 6 T2N R15W WASH-
INGTON COUNTY FLORIDA LESS & EX-
CEPT THAT PORTION AS CONVEYED. TO
THE NORTHWEST FLORIDA MANAGE- ....
MENT DISTRICT BY VIRTUE OF THAT
SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED
IN ORB 255 PG 2040.
THEN1/2 OFTHENW1/4ANDTHENW
1/4 OF THE NE 1/4 OF SEC 7 T2N R15W
WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
GOVERNMENT LOTS 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11,
12,13,15 & 16, LYING IN SEC 1 T2N R16W
WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA LESS 0
& EXCEPT THAT PORTIONS AS CON- I i "" "'
VEYED TO THE NORTHWEST FLORIDA /
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT BY
VIRTUE OF THAT SPECIAL WARRANTY
DEED RECORDED IN ORB 255 PG 2040.
THE N 1/2 OF THE NW 1/4 OF THE SE
1/4 AND THE NE 1/4 OF THE SW 1/4 OF SEC 12 T2N R16W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
THE NE 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4 AND THE SE 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4 ALL LYING NORTH AND WEST OF HWY 79 ALL
LYING AND BEING IN SEC 7 T2N R15W WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA.
Contains 876 acres more or less.
PARCEL G Proposed Change from Sunny Hills Mixed Use to Mixed Use-Planned Unit Development (PUD). Petition
for Land Use Change Submitted by Cliff Knauer, PE on behalf of Five Points Title Service, Property Owner.
The purpose of this Land Use Change/Comprehensive Plan Amendment is to allow for the development of a mixed use
development.
The parcel is described as follows:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN SEC 25 & 35 T2N R14W AND SEC 30 T2N R13W WASHINGTON COUNTY FL.
DESC AS FOLLOWS: .
w"/OMMENCE'AT THE'NE'CORNER OF SAID SEC 25'RUN THEN S 01.36'54"E ALONG THE EAST BOUNDARY
LINE THEREOF A DISTANCE OF 1000 Fr TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF.THE PARCEL OF LAND HEREIN
DESCRIBED, THEN LEAVING SAID EAST BOUNDARY LINE S 87.45'0"W'1000 FT SOUTH OF AND PARALLEL
TO THE NORTH BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID SEC 25 A DISTANCE OF 2669.13 FT TO THE WEST BOUNDARY LINE
OF THE E 1/2 OF SAID SEC 25 THEN S 01.39'15"E ALONG SAID WEST BOUNDARY LINE A DISTANCE OF
3182.72 FT TO THE NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GABLES BLVD AS SHOWN ON THE PLAT OF SUNNY HILLS
UNIT 19, AND A POINT ON A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A SWLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 640
FT THEN SELY ALONG SAID NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CEN-
TRAL ANGLE OF 20.21 '34" A DISTANCE OF 227.42 FT (CHORD BEARING S 49.0' 13"E CHORD DISTANCE 226.22
FT) TO THE POINT OF REVERSE CURVATURE OF A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A NELY DIRECTION
HAVING A RADIUS OF 560 FT THEN SELY ALONG SAID NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE ARC OF SAID
CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 31.14'25" A DISTANCE OF 305.34 FT (CHORD BEARING S 54.24'57"E
CHORD DISTANCE 301.57 FT) TO THE POINT OF REVERSE CURVATURE OF A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE
ON A SWLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 640 FT THEN SELY ALONG SAID NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 14.0'09" A DISTANCE OF 156.41 FT (CHORD
BEARING S 63.0'47"E CHORD DISTANCE OF 156.02 FT) TO A POINT ON SAID CIRCULAR CURVE CONTINUE
THEN SELY ALONG THE NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GABLES BLVD AS SHOWN ON PLAT OF SUNNY
HILLS UNIT 4, AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 43.20'17"E A DISTANCE OF
484.09 FT (CHORD BEARING S.34.20'17"E A CHORD DISTANCE OF 472.63 FT) TO A POINT ON SAID CURVE
AND A POINT OF CUSP WITH A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON AN ELY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF
25 FT THEN NLY AND NELY ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 85.15'20" A
DISTANCE OF 37.20 FT TO THE END OF SAID CURVE (CHORD BEARING N 29.55'29"E CHORD DISTANCE 33.86
FT) THEN N 72.33'09"E A DISTANCE OF 156.90 FT TO THE BEGINNING OF A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON
A NWLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 730 FT THEN NELY ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 30.24'54" A DISTANCE OF 387.51 FT (CHORD BEARING N 57.20'42"E CHORD DIS-
TANCE 382.98 FT) TO A POINT ON A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A NELY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS
OF 605 FT THEN SELY ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 15.51'36" A DIS-
TANCE OF 167.47 FT TO A POINT ON.SAID CURVE (CHORD BEARING S 64.41'28" E CHORD DISTANCE 166.94
FT) THEN S 0.02' 17"E A DISTANCE OF 684.03 FT THEN S 89.57'43"W A DISTANCE OF 369.90 FT TO A POINT OF
INTERSECTION IN THE NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF THE 30 FT ALLEY SHOWN ON AFORESAID SUNNY
HILLS UNIT 4, THEN S 11.21'0"E ALONG SAID NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 231.36 FT THEN S
0.03'12"E ALONG THE ELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID 30 FT ALLEY A DISTANCE OF 172.86 FT THEN N
89.57'47"E ALONG THE NLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID 30 FT ALLEY A DISTANCE OF 323.37 FT TO THE
MOST WLY CORNER OF BLOCK 170 OF AFORESAID SUNNY HILLS UNIT4 THEN N 59.14'58"E ALONG THE
NWLY BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID BLOCK 170 A DISTANCE OF 135.47 FT THEN S 37.41'14"E ALONG THE NELY
BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID BLOCK 170 A DISTANCE OF 184.07 FT TO NWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SUNNY
HILLS BLVD AS SHOWN ON AFORESAID SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4 AND A POINT ON A CIRCULAR CURVE CON-
CAVE ON A NWLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 1450 FT THEN NELY ALONG SAID NWLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY LINE AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 18.25'36" A DISTANCE OF 466.33
FT TO THE MOST SLY CORNER OF BLOCK 171 OF AFORESAID SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4 (CHORD BEARING N
42.59'44"E CHORD DISTANCE OF 464.32 FT) THEN N 56.11'25"W ALONG THE SWLY BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID
BLOCK 171 A DISTANCE OF 279.31 FT THEN N 53.19'35"E ALONG NWLY BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID BLOCK
171 AND AN EXTENSION THEREOF A DISTANCE OF 349.07 FT TO THE NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF GAINES-
VILLE DR AS SHOWN ON SAID PLAT OF SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4 AND A POINT ON A CIRCULAR CURVE CON-
CAVE ON A NELY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 220 FT THEN SELY ALONG SAID NELY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 27.20'49" A DISTANCE OF 105 FT (CHORD
BEARING S 50.19'46"E CHORD DISTANCE 104.01 Fr) TO THE POINT OF COMPOUND CURVATURE OF A CIR-
CULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A NLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 25 FT THEN ELYALONG SAID RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE AND ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 91.36'29"E A DISTANCE OF 39.97
FT TO THE END OF SAID CURVE (CHORD BEARING N 70.09'25"E A CHORD DISTANCE OF 35.85 Fr) THEN N
24.19' 13"E ALONG SAID NWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SUNNY HILLS BLVD DISTANCE OF 35.97 FT TO THE
BEGINNING OF A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A SELY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 1550 FT THEN
NELY ALONG SAID NWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL AN-
GLE OF 25.53'23" A DISTANCE OF 700.38 FT TO THE END OF SAID CURVE (CHORD BEARING N 37.19'04"E
CHORD DISTANCE 694.44 FT) THEN N 50.15'03"E ALONG SAID NWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF
54.05 FT TO THE BEGINNING OF A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A NWLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS
OF 1450 FT THEN NELY ALONG SAID NWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH
.A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 07.06'52"A DISTANCE OF 180.05 FT TO THE MOST SLY CORNER OF BLOCK 185 OF
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 18 (CHORD BEARING N46.41'45"E CHORD DISTANCE OF 179.93 FT) THEN N 46.57'57"W
ALONG THE SWLY BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID BLOCK 185 A DISTANCE OF 100 FT TO A POINT ON A CIRCU-
LAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A NWLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 1350 FT THEN NELY ALONG THE
NWLY BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID BLOCK 185 AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE
OF 21.52'29"A DISTANCE OF 512.29 FT) TO A POINT ON SAID CURVE CONTINUE THEN NELY ALONG NWLY
BOUNDARY LINE OF BLOCK 185 OF SAID SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4 AND AN EXTENSION THEREOF AND THE
ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 04.49'43"A DISTANCE OF 113.77 FT (CHORD BEAR-
ING N 18.42'43"E CHORD DISTANCE OF 113.74 FT) THEN N 16.17'52"E A DISTANCE OF 30 FT TO A POINT ON
THE SWLY BOUNDARY LINE OF BLOCK 186 SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4 THEN N 73.42'08"W ALONG SAID SWLY
BOUNDARY LINE A DISTANCE OF 65.28 FT THEN N 23.54'43"E ALONG THE NWLY BOUNDARY LINE OF SAID
BLOCK 186 A DISTANCE OF 684.32 FT TO THE SWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SALEM DR AS SHOWN ON PLAT
OF SUNNY HILLS UNIT 17 THEN N 66.92'59"W ALONG SAID SWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF
148.57 FT TO THE BEGINNING OF A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A NELY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS
OF 530 FT THEN NWLY ALONG SAID SWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH
A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 11.28'53" A DISTANCE OF 106.21 FF (CHORD BEARING N 60.18'36"W CHORD DIS-
TANCE 106.03 FT) TO THE POINT OF COMPOUND CURVATURE OF A CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A NELY
DIRECTION HAVING RADIUS OF 2030 FT THEN NWLY ALONG SAID SWLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE
ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 23.51'56" A DISTANCE OF 845.56 FT (CHORD BEAR-
ING N42.38'29"W CHORD DISTANCE OF 839.47 FT) TO THE POINT OF COMPOUND CURVATURE OFA CIRCU-
LAR CURVE CONCAVE ON AN EASTERLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 180 FT THEN NLY AND NELY
ALONG THE WLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SALEM DR AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A
CENTRAL ANGLE OF 80.22'42" A DISTANCE OF 252.52 FT (CHORD BEARING N09.28'50"E CHORD DISTANCE
OF 232.31 FT) TO THE WLY BOUNDARY LINE OF BLOCK 1188 SUNNY HILLS UNIT 17 THEN N 40.19'34"W
ALONG SAID WLY BOUNDARY LINE A DISTANCE OF 251.78 FT THEN N 68.43'58"E ALONG SAID WLY BOUND-
ARY LINE A DISTANCE OF 201.68 FT THEN N 16.05'30"W ALONG SAID WLY BOUNDARY LINE A DISTANCE OF
233.01 Fl THEN N 05.23'57"W ALONG SAID WLY BOUNDARY LINE A DISTANCE OF 348.36 FT TO THE SLY
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF TAYLOR BLVD AS SHOWN ON PLAT OF SUNNY HILLS UNIT 17 AND A POINT ON A
CIRCULAR CURVE CONCAVE ON A SLY DIRECTION HAVING A RADIUS OF 460 FT THEN WLY ALONG SAID
SLY R/W LINE AND THE ARC OF SAID CURVE THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE OF 05.16'50" A DISTANCE OF
42.40 FT (CHORD BEARING S 82.16'01"W CHORD DISTANCE OF 42.38 FT) THEN N 10.21'34"W ALONG THE
WLY BOUNDARY LINE OF BLK 1189 OF SAID SUNNY HILLS UNIT 17 AND A SLY EXTENSION THEREOF A
DISTANCE OF 280.15 FT THEN N 52.38'56"E ALONG SAID WLY BOUNDARY LINE A DISTANCE OF 324.08 FT
THEN N 40.26'51"E ALONG SAID WLY BOUNDARY LINE A DISTANCE OF 10,64 FT TO THE EAST BOUNDARY
LINE OF SAID SEC 25 THEN N 01.36'54"W ALONG SAID EAST BOUNDARY LINE A DISTANCE OF 75.62 FT TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
Contains 253 acres more or less.
A verbatim record of these proceedings will not be kept. It shall be the responsibility of any person deciding to appeal any
decision made by Washington County with respect to any matter considered at this public hearing, to insure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made.










Saturday, November 4, 2006, Washington County News, 9


Years Ago

Taken from the files of the Washington County News


Ir.


-^ "M.q 1 ,-
Calina Skipper cuts the red ribbon officially opening the new Calina's in Chipley
while her parents, Ray and Shelia Boswell and other family members look on.
Washington County Chamber of Commerce conducted the ceremony and pre-
sented Skipper with a framed dollar bill to signify pure profit.


A 'happy atmosphere doing hair' at Calina's
DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Motorists passing 838
Fifth Street Tuesday after- l .
noon must have thought
something special was
happening there. Colorful
helium-filled balloons tied
to the fence rail and trees
fluttered in the breeze to
guide those looking for
Calina's. The special hap-
pening was a ribbon-cut- a f
ting ceremony conducted
by Washington County
Chamber of Commerce. It
was followed by an open
house hosted by the owner,
Cheri Calina Skipper.,
The balloons were pe t Ted Everett takes advantage of a lull in Tuesday's rib-
of the fun at Calina's bon-cuttinglopen house ceremonies at Calina's to get
where she and several a hair cut. That's Calina Skipper with the scissors.
friends work in a "happy
atmosphere. doing hair." ters Color Academy sev- In addition to Redken.
Friends making up the eral times, along with other Calina uses -- Mary Kay,.
Chipley staff are Libby Redken specialist and mas- Nioxion, and Joico. The
Garrett. Angie Richter, ter specialist programs. men's line includes Red-
Shelia Bos" ell and Chris- The full service hair sa- ken and American Crew.
tian (Faye) Mann. lon offers expert hair cut- The products are for sale
Calina began her,. career ting for .men, women and and can be made into little
in cosmotology in Chipley children, hair coloring by a gift packages. The small
where she attended Wash- Redken specialist, as well travel sizes can be used as
ington-HolmesI Techni- as Day Spa facials, body stocking stuffers.
cal'School. She :finished,- wraps, manicures and ped- Calina. daughter of
her, ,studies in Bremrerton, 4'icures ,,Ca1ina,' Christian Ray .and- -Sheija Boswell,
Washington. In 'addition, "and Shelia are the color owned a salon in Bonifay
she has attended Roy Pe- specialists., for several years and


I


Angie Richter holds her foi
ton Richter, while greetin
house. Hot dogs grilled by
were, served with chili, cl
sorted crackers, soft drink


moved to the Chipley area
about six months ago.
The business is located ,
.at 838 Fifth Street in
Chipley. It's a, cheerful
place with lots of mirrors
reflecting light. It's open
late (as needed) Monday
through Saturday with
special events for families,
1- ....-. birthday parties for .teen-
age girls or older girls in a
pleasant, happy, fun, atmo-
sphere."
ur-year-old grandson. Ash- Call 638-1271 for an ap-
g guests at Calina's open pointment or more infor-
Calina's dad, Ray Boswell, mation. However, "walk-
hips, cheese balls and as- ins are welcome," Calina
s, and coffee. says.


*38 Year Business Partnership In King's Drugs.
*Chipley High School Graduate
*FSU Graduate/BS/Early Childhood/Elementary Education
'. .4 Years As Washington County School Board Member
.Past Washington County School Board Chairman
S5 Years Board Member, Capital City Bank
S10 Years Chipola College Foundation Board Member
*Lifelong Member, First United Methodist Church
S30+ Years Participant In School To Work Program
.Past Member Of hipley Womans Club
-*, Life Member Of FL Federation of Garden Clubs
S..arried to Dow Gilmore For -13 Years
,-.' *3 Children Kimberly, Michael and Leanne, All
*: Graduates Of Chipley High School
-/ i"Together We Can Make Quality
Education A Priority"


"Your Vote And Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated"

ORANGE HILL FIE DEPTH.
AT., NOV. 4th 4PM.




ANA &


5 YEARS AGO, 2001
An item in "Real Power"
said "God is patient," and
suggested readers add pa-
tience to their faith.
Tim Keller, a paramedic
with the New York Fire
Department, sent the News
photos and. information on
"ground zero" at the World
Trade Center. Keller's
mother, Gayle Fitzpatrick,
lives in Vernon,
Chipley High School
class of 1951 planted a
Green Ash tree in honor of
eight deceased members.
Helium-filled balloons were
released in memory of Cur-
tis Malloy, Madalyn Cox,
Alton Taylor, Bill Gilbert,,
John Shay, Eleanor Viv-
ian Hasty, Eugene Peterman,
and John Hicks,
10 YEARS AGO, 1996
Gene Roberts received
the prestigious "Kiwanian
of the Year" award.
Running for the Wash-
ington County School Su-
perintendant's position were
veteran educators, Jerry
Tyre and Calvin Stevenson.
A meeting of the Military'
Order of the Cootie (MOC),
was held at Veterans of For-
eign Wars Post 10085 in
Vernon.
15 YEARS AGO, 1991
Ross Deal's flower farm
located on Falling Waters
Road in Chipley was one of
many specialized farms on
the local agricultural scene.
It was an outlet for cana
lilies.
Lily Park celebrated
her 87th birthday with five
generations of her family.
They included her daughter.
Alene Waldorf; a grand-.
daughter, Gail Guggen-
biller; great-granddaughter.


Charlene Kelly, and a great-
great- granddaughter, Jes-
sica Nicole Kelly.
SSgt Earnest A. Pyfrom
was honored as Outstand-
ing Airfield Management
Noncommissioned Officer
of the Year by the U.S. Air
Force.
20 YEARS AGO, 1986
Vernon Elementary
School raised more than
$900 during its annual mini-
walk for St. Jude Children's
Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.
Jeannie Shipes, a sixth
grader,' won a prize for be-
ing the top fund-raiser in the
VES' mini-walk.
McDonald's All-Ameri-
can High School band mem-
bers from Chipley High
School were Shane Syfrett
and Timothy Bowen.
30 YEARS AGO, 1976
Civic leaders meeting
with members of the city
council discussed the over-
all architectural program for
a proposed civic center.
Shrine Club President Eli
Harrell announced that the
club would construct a new
building just off CR 280 in
Chipley.
Members of the Tri-
County Council on Aging
toured Opryland in Nash-
ville, Tenn. Porter Wagoner
and Jerry Clower were fea-
tured in the Saturday perfor-
mance.
40 YEARS AGO, 1966
John Daniels of Chipley
caught enough fish in a se-
cret place south of Wausau
to fill a stringer about four
feet long.
Sunshine Food Stores of-
fered five pounds of sugar
for 33 cents with a $7 food
order.
A $182.050 water grant


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was authorized for Vernon
by Farmers Home Admin-
istration.
CHS senior Dan Chris
Jensen passed his master
musician test at the high
school when he played a
solo he had composed.
50 YEARS AGO, 1956
Mrs. Eddie Bailey of Fort
Walton spent the weekend
with friends and relatives
here.
Sunday supper guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Eddins
were Dr. and ,Mrs. Neill
Williams of Graceville.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Daniel
of Tallahassee were visiting-
their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Corbin Cawthan and Mrs.
Erie Daniel.
70 YEARS AGO, 1936
Local merchants and
businessmen met to make
plans for stimulating Fall
business and bring a crowd
to town each Saturday dur.
ing that season.
A new drug store opened
in Chipley. Russ J. Davis
owned Davis' Pharmacy
located in the Gilbert build-
ing.
Caryville School, under
the, leadership of J.J. Flem.
ing, collected a large box
of supplies and $113.30 in
cash for the orphans' home
in Pensacola.
90 YEARS AGO, 1916
Orrie Blackburn was in
Cincinnati, Ohio, taking a
course at the School of Em.
balmning.
The Banner, forerunner
of the Washington County
News, said it was late reach.
ing readers due to working
on the county registration
list. "There are about 2,000
registered voters in the
county," the article noted.


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10, Washington County News, Saturday, November 4, 2006


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. P.O. Box 627, Chipley, FL 32428 ,


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
of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national.
origin, or mention to make any such preference., limitation, or 1997 CHEVROLET
discrimination." TRUCK ext cab, V6,
We will not knowingly accept any advertising for residential 220 000 miles. $4500.
real estate that appears to or violates federal and/or state law. Call 547-5062 or
(850)527-4363,
B T & 93 PONTIAC SUNBIRD
new motor, tires & rims,
CYCLE^.S- AC system, new paint
2005 KAWASAKI 700 4 job, tinted windows
wheeler, v-twin, new mo- 2003 HONDA GOLD- sporty car. $3500 firm
tor $4500. (850)849- WING 50,000 miles, sil- 547-0958, leave mes-
6118 vercolor, CB, AM/FMra- sage. *
5000 FORD End loader, dio, helmet w/speakers 93 OLDS REGENCY ex-
greal condition. please included. $11,000. 638- ceOLDS r, body,
call for more information. 4251 tires. 27mpg/hwy. load-
638-0014 or 638-4672 ed, leather interior. Ex-
1999 FORD RANGER cellent condition. Re-
excellent condition Vduced $2695. OBO 547-
103,000 miles, every- 2091 .
thing works: Payoff WALKER HOUND FE- '86 CELEBRITY FOR
$6100. 2000 boat weld MALE gentle; sweet, sale. Leather interior.
built 48 horse Johnson good hunter, free to. a 638-1645
48 pound thrust trolling good home. 638-1466 34MPGllI 2005 FORD
motor, fish finder lights, (3)4 YR OLD Pure bred Focus ZX3 SE, 2 door
spare tire, $6500 firm. Limousin Bulls. (2) Year- hatchback, fully loaded,
850-548-4796,850-557- ling Pure bred Limousin 1/2 of factory warranty
5169, 850-333-9129 Bulls. 263-4339 remaining, 34mpg,
COLOR COPIES $1. CHIHUAHUA PUPPY $12,600. Call Robert or
COPIES 150 Washing- BORN 9-12-06 CKC reg- Carolyn Berry (850)638-
ton County News, down- istered, Choco coloring. 4320
town Chipley. 1st shots. $300. 547- 1998 FORD ESCORT
FOR SALE METAL Job 9100 Wagon, white, auto,
overruns. Half price FOUND SMALL CHil- AM,FM,CDDJ (compact
painted and non-painted HUAHUA mix, black/tan, disc) cold air, anti-theft
metal. Including standing approx. 13wks old. system, tires & battery 5
seam; 6" max grip and Needs a good home,' if months old. $1800. 206
other misc metal trims., interested call 638-0814. Veneer Circle, Bonifay.
contact n rt850)547-100 OLDER HORSE (BAY) 2000 BRONZE CHEVY
kcontac850547-100 id friendly, current Malibu. 55,000 miles,
VISIT CAROLYN'S Coggins & shots. $100 AC, CD player, tinted
FASHIONS for your OBO to good home. power windows, new
Avon Holiday Gift Giving 547-9052 stock speakers. Like
Needs. Independent FREE PUPPIES SUNNY new! $10,000. Call 849-
Sales Representative. Hils area. 773-3908 1143'
1356 N Railroad Ave, 2004.CHEVY MALIBU
Chipley. FL 850-638-IP& Classic4cyl, Very-nice.
8386 Well maintained. Red.
24 INCH WHEELS and AM/FM/CD, alloy
tires for $2500 OBO REES$10.87 wheels. Asking $9560.
638-4035 FRI TREES (850)547-2986
638-4035 Shade & Flowering trees 4-2986
FOR SALE FEEDER also. Azaleas and other 1979 CORVETTE
Pigs and Butcher Hogs, shrubs $1.87. Yes, fall is Eveything brand new!
Call 850-547-9026 absolutely the best time Must see to appreciate.
FIREWOOD FOR SALE to plant shrubs and trees! 415-6820 $8000 ortrade
aged. split, delivered. All Ways Growin' Nurs- for pick-up of. equal
638-9224: cell 628-1109 ery, 1658 Hwy 177-A, value. ;;
2001 WARRIOR 350 6- Bonifay (850)547-2938. 87MERCEDES 420SEL
speed..blue/white, new 22253 new Irans-Alt, recent
parts, runs greai. $2400 LEOLA BROCK NURS- valve job. $6995. neg
or-TIade-Ceave message ERIES-FC laTh ils.ees 527-1722, leave mes-
(8501258-9898 or 5.7-' & shrubs. Landscape sage.
8176 design, landscape con- 2001 FORD EXPLORER
SNARE DRUM LIKE racing. irrigation sys- white, automatic, fully
ARE DRU$125 M LIKE50)54 lems. 1788 While Road, loaded, 6 CD changer,
ne (850)548- Bonifay. FL 32425 running boards, custom-
(Washington Countyl ized bra, $8000.
K&L FARM TOMATOES 1850)638-1202: (334)588-3141, cell
8-S5 M-S; 638-1119: 18500326-1500 (850)418-0031
850-260-5003; 850-527-
3380 8 1991 SEDAN DEVILLE
CORN $7URNTURE for sale. 638-1090 after
CORN $7 100# 6!--- 1 -"6pm.
Hay $30 roll, MATTRESSES $99 & 92 CHEVY CAPRICE
Oats $3.'Bu. Lynn Cope up Twin, lull, queen & ClassiciSW. Fullyloaded,
638-1138: 260-2111 king. Delivery available. seats 9. $2800 OBO. Ask
FOR SALE YAMAHA 4- (850)326-1999- for Karl. 547-4465
wheeler, rebuilt, P$1000. 5 PIECE BEDROOM 19,98 BUICK REGAL
Polaris 4-wheel drive set, new in boxes, must GS, red, gray leather in-
Scrambler 500 4- sell, $475. 850-222-2113 GSred, gray leather in-s
wheeler like new $3000. tenor. 4.0L 3800 Series II
Large custom built bar- 2 PC LEATHER sofa & Supercharged engine,
Decue grill on Irailer, ideal loveseat. Brand new, 83,000 miles, air, $7000.
for churches or volunteer hardwood frames, life- (850)260-1149
fire dept. $900. 638- time warranty, $795, can 1979 CAMARO motor &
8722 deliver. 850-425-8374 transmission has been
SOD FOR SALE on the $150 NEW QUEEN rebuilt. Body needs
farm, delivered or in- pillowtop mattress set, in some work. Lots of parts'
stalled. Centipede and plastic, warranty. 850- $1000. 638-9871 after
419 Berm.uda. WEST 222-7783 6pm.
FLORIDA TURF FURNITURE & 04 BUICK REGAL LS
(850)638-4860; MATTRESSES Low, Bronze 3.8 liter, V6, AC,
(850)415-0385. Estab- low, low overhead guar- leather, cruise, tilt, AM/
lished 1980. antees low, low, low pric- FM/CD,. power W/D/S,
DOORS WINDOWS IN- es. P&S Discount Furni- new tires, 65,000.
SULATIONelc... ilems ture,' Chipley. (Since $13,900. Evenings.
fcr sale in oood condi- 1973) 850-638-4311 (850)547-4096; daytime-
lion. Make offer. Call 638- DINING ROOM BRAND Janis (850)547-3651
3483. new table 6 chairs, china 1973 PLYMOUTH
RITETEMP GAS cabinet, $900; can de- DUSTER good condition
HEATER 30,000 BTU liver, call 850-222-7783 with a built 360 engine,
ventfreethermostatcon- 1 SOFA SLEEPER 1 8ft $2000. 850-638-8170,
trol w/blower, mounts to sofa, 2 baralbunger ask for Mike
wall, $125. Cast iron gas chairs, 1 desk, dining 1985 PONTIAC
log heater, 40,000 BTU, room table w/6 chairs, FIREBIRD runs great,
vent free, thermostat china cabinet. 547-2579 could stand a paint job
control w/blower. $275. NEW MICRO FIBER $1200. 850-638-8170;
250 gallon gas lan LP sofa+ loveseat$475, still ask for Mike
w2ite 30" wide rae wrapped, stain resist. BUY NOW! 1976
whtlarge 30self cleaning ovenxtra 850-425-8374 El Camino $1100. Runs

$350.16.5 cu ftrefrigera- CHERRY SLEIGH BED Good. Great restoration.
tor $100. 638-0886 $250, solid wood, still project. 547-4340
SOD SOD SOD Ouality boxed 850-222-9879 1998' GRAND PRIX 6
you can depend on! Irri- B&B FURNITURE 1342 cycl 146,000 miles
gated, weed & pest con- N RR Ave, Chipley. We $4200 obo. Excellent
trolled. Centipede and St. pay cash for clean qualc- condition tires months
Augustine. Delivery and ity furniture. 850-557- old. (850)638-4987
installation available. 8 0211 or 850-415-6866. 89 CHRY 5TH Avenue,
mi. SW of Chipley for Ask for Pasco or Carolyn 120k miles, $750.
easy customer hauling! NEW KING PLUSH top (850)774-8970
Call anytime! Billy & Leo- mattress set, still in plas- 1991 CROWN
Ia Brk. (850)638-1202 tic with warranty, can de- VICTORIA silver w/blue
or (850)326-1500 liver$250.850-222-2113 interior, runs great;
SBEDROOM SET NEW $1200. 850-638-8170
kng bed, TV Armoire, ask for Mike
chest + njightstand. Re- 1998 PONTIAC TRANS-
tail $3k, sacrifice $900. PORT mini-van, 6-cyl,
2005 YAMAHA YZ6 850-545-7112 seats seven, excellent
4000 miles, silver/black shape inside & out, cold
$4200. (850)849-6118 air, loaded $4900. 547-
2002 CBR 600 S4i red/, 9233
silver, mirror tint wind- 2005 BURGUNDY MUS- 1999 CADILLAC SE-
shield, 2 new tires, TANG leather interior, six DAN Deville, pewter/bur-
12,000 miles. $4500. CD layer, cruise,electric gundyleather. Fullyload-
263-3411 seats & windows. Still ed. Lifetime tire balanc-
under factory warranty. ing. Trailer hitch 41,000
1999 HARLEY $16,500.obo (850)258- ing. Trailer hitch. 41,000
DAVIDSON custom built 4428 mles9. (850L) uxurOu4
with a 1200 stroker,en-, 1968 MERCURY COU- or763-6872
gine in it, 8k miles. Ask- GAR 289, V8, auto, runs, .
ing $8500. 850-638- many new parts, $3000 93 MAZDA MX6 $1000
Rl78 ask fnr Miki OBO)R /RR(T0)49-611R as is. 547-2401


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FOR SALE 1997 Silver MOVING OVERSEAS
Camaro; T-Tops, 65K 1999 Grand Voyager
miles $10,500. '547- mini-van, power windows
3545 & locks, 120K miles, well
maintain. Asking $3900
2005 FORD FOCUS 0BO. Tires guarantee
ZX3 SE, 2 door hatch- Call 773-3708 / 774-
back, lully loaded, 1/2 of 8032
factory warranty, 34mpg,
$12.600. Carolyn 96 FORD DULLY F350
(850)638-4320 gooseneck, brake sys-
tem. trim package.
2005 MERCURY bedliner, excellentcondi-
GRAND Marquis, wife's tion $12,500. 535-2276
car, white, 29,000 mi., RANGER
leather, like new. 2002 FORD RANGER
$14,995 like new. king Cab, step side, 6 cd
638-1991 changer, power windows
6and doors, like new.
$11,500 (pay off) 638-
3700
I1999 MAZDA B3000.
1994 CONVERSION pickup. 20,000 miles,
VAN V-6 cruise, power auto, a/c, keyless entry,
VAN V-6, cruise, pow electric window, AM/FM/
windows, 106 k miles, CDTonneau; garageM/
looks and runs good.. Cept,clnnean, excel
547-2180 condition. (850)547-0941
2004 FORD F150 5.4
Trton 4x4 100 KMI Su- FOR SALE 2001 Ford
per Cab White $14,500. Expedition XLT, loaded,
(850)849-6118 64,000 miles, $12,000.
547-4830 between 6pm
1996 GMC JIMMY 4.3 & 86m only. No collect
V6, AT, AC, PW, 4-door, calls.
very clean, $4500. 1999 F250 SD Ford
(850)260-1612 truck, XLT, X-cab, SWB,
1998 Z71 ext cab, 3- 7.3 power stroke,
door. $9500. 263-3105 160,000 miles, very nice,
evenings. $14,000 obo, 535-9800
1993 CHEVY Z71 great 1987 CHEVY CARGO
hunting truck, needs van G-20 $1000. 547-
paintjob, hew AC com- 3934.
pressor, runs good, 96 F-150 loaded, $4000.
$4000 OBO (850)527- 96 F-1547-2401
8401 anytime 4
1997 FORDRANGER- 2002 GMC YUKON XLT,
speed, runs good, good loaded. sron, & slde
.Starter truck. $2500. airags, sunrool, leather,
s 38-736 third row seating, 17-21
(850)638-7936 MPG, great buy $15,500.
1989 FORD F-150 PU, OBO. (850)326-0911 or
115,000 miles, runs great (850)773-2583
$2000. 535-2608 2005 JEEP WRAN-
FOR SALE 1996 Ex- GLER. black 4cyl, 25K,
plorer XLT, V-8, 4 door. lift kit, soft lop, 31" tires
leather, loaded, custom and rims. Extra clean.
rims, Alpine stereo sys- 258-1090
tern, tinted windows c ',
$11,000. 54n 7-2502 1995 FORD F-150 XLT,
$11,000. 5472502 extended cab, V8, auto,
2000 SILVER DODGE power window, loqks,
Dakota SLT, automatic"'toolbox, cab sleps,"fails,":
Magnum V6. full power, rims. AM/FM casselte,
extended cab, toolbox. $5000 638-9630
and slide bars. $6900. 86 CHEVY PICKUP 350
(850)535-9292 motor, built, large cam,
97 DODGE 4-wheel runs good. body has
drive, 155,000 miles, some rust, show us age
looks and runs great $1500. OBO. 547-0929
$6500 OBO. 263-9711 99 FORD EXPEDITION
2005 CHEVY TRAIL- 100,000 miles, excellent
BLAZER ext 4x4, 8,000 condition. $12.000.
miles, tan in color, (850)579-2977
loaded, LT edition,
$22,500 BO. 547- 99 FORD 150 XL Super
0765, 527-4246 54 Cab, AT. PS, PB, toolbox.
new tires. 97,500 miles.
2003 DODGE RAM w/ Asking $9000.547-0150:
Hemi 2500.7000+ miles, 326-3123
loaded. $28,000. Must
sell. (334)699-2382 2003 CHEVROLET
sell. (334)992382 SILVERADO Z-71. ex-
2000 HONDA ODYS- cellent condition, while,
SEY EX Mini-Van, V6, grille guard. toolbox, nerf
89,000 miles, good con- bars, bed rails, CD, cas-
dition, gray cloth interior, sette. 54,000 miles. 260-
white exterior, $13,000 5914; 638-7511
OBO. 547-0899 96 JEEP CHEROKEE
1999 ISUZU AMIGO excellent condition, Chi-
Convertible, brand new pley area. Red, $3500
clutch, transmission, firm. Call anytime
starter, timing belts. Ask- (850)260-9706
ing $6500. 773-5720' 19871 TON Chev, 42k
eavemsag19871 TON Chev, 42k
leave message miles, ex. government,
'1999 SS CHEVY Subur- $3500. (850)774-8970
ban black, 11 of 151, CHEVY
80,000 miles. Leather, SILVERADO one owner,
loaded, custom wheels, SILVERADOgoneowr
$15,000 obo. 535-9800 garage kept, 350 V8,
'auto, air, pwr windows
79 3/4 TON Chevy4x4 V- locks, tow pkg, 127k,
8 Granny 4 speed has good condition. 850-638-
gooseneck hitch and 0986
new trailer brakesgood 1995 EDDIE BAUER
cond. $3,500.00 850-,' F_ 044 97
260-9 32 Ford F-10O 4x4, 97,000
miles. $8500 obo. Call
1998 FORD F150 good 260-1678
condition, call for further
information. (850)535- FOR SALE 1999
4945 F-150, low miles
$13,500. OBO. 100,000
2003 CHEVY AVA- mile warranty. 547-5960;
LANCHE Z-71, one own- 547-2228
er, sunroof, Bose stereo 1990 CHEVY 1/2 tn
w/6 disc cd, leather, new Z7
tires, 72,000 rHwy miles 'Z1, SWB, reg cab,
clean. $21,500.00 OBO S. ilverado Package. New
850-260-9320.4 O pts. $5500. Call Terry
0-260-93 ... E547-3646. 7am-5pm
2001 FORD, EXPEDI-. 1996 F150 XL Extended
TION miles 86,670, fully cab bedliner. dual tanks.
loaded. 638-8376 120K, good condition
2000 CHEVY XTREME $7000. 547-9396
S-10 stepside, auto, AM/ 2005 CHEV UPLANDER
FM/CD, cruise, radar, 4 door, LS, ISC loaded,
ground-FX, 2 extra tires, Silverstone metallic,
58,500k original miles, 16,000k, paid $28,760+,
sharp truck. $10,250. sell for $19,500. cash.
547-4527 (850)547-5524 mornings
99 F350 DUALLY 2003 CHEVROLET'
workbed Beefed u SIVERADO Z-71, 4x4,
worked. Beefed up 53 t 1apowxe
transmission, 1000 mi, bedliner, bug guard,
everything tight. 113,000 toolbox, tires P305/70 BF
mi., 7.4LPS/diesel. well Goodrich, Flowmaster
kept. Looks/runs good. mufflers, very nice, runs
$11,500. (850)373-7459 great, $20,995. 773-
1987 FORD F250 4x4 1960
351 motor. Runs good, 1994 FORD RANGER 4
great shape. $3800. cyl., 5 speed, cold air,
(850)415-6301 excellent condition,
S $3,500 obo, after 3p.m.,
NISSAN PATHFINDER 726-0193
'95 XE-V6, 4-wheel FOR SALE TAKE up
drive, automatic, security payments on 2003 Expe-
system, Putham tow dition, 80K miles, well
Package, CD/radio, cold kept, excellent condition.
air.$3900.obo(850)638- $14,000. phone 850-
2002 548-5453


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1982 GMC SIERRA Die-
sel for parts or rebuild.
Engine no good. Good
condition for age. Can be
connected to gas. $500
firm. (850)547-2986
2003 FORD EDGE Ex-
tended cab, step side.
AM/FM CD, cold AC,
$12,000 or best reason-
able offer. 548-5555;
,548-4799 .
FOR SALE 1999 Chevy
Suburban LT. 5.7 litre,
leather, CD, front/rear
AC, 153,000 miles. Ask-
ing $8950. Call 850-956-
1260
1995 FORD
AEROSTAR passenger
van $1200. 547-3934
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
99 NAVY BLUE Chevy
Astro Van, $5000. OBO.
Call (850)956-2367
1981 FORD F150 Van.
custom built, new en-
gine. new transmission.
Asking $2800. 850-638-
8170, ask for Mike
1974 CHEVY'
CHEYENNE Super 20,
"a heavy duty toy hauler"
350/350, recent recondi-
lioned ground up. $8700.
773-1818, after 5pm
ONLY $995,
1984 Chevrolet utility
truck, as is. Call 547-
3496, leave message
2002 FORD EXPLOR-
ER XLT. excellent condi-
tion. lully loaded, keyless
entry, leather, dark sage
reen. 110,000 miles.
9,200. Call 526-
3619(w); 638-8104(h)
CHEVY SUBURBAN 3/
4 ton, Heavy Duty, tow
package. 350 motor, AT,
PS, PB, new paint, parts
& battery, 850-547-0448




IN CHIPLEY CASH sale
or rent. 3BR/2BA large
lot, convenient location.
547-2091
FOR SALE HOUSE that
must be moved, located
on Hwy 90 East in Chip-
ley immediately' Beside
Southeastern Surveying.
Please call for an ap-
pointment to inspect and
make oiler. 850-638-
0790
ORLANDO WATER
FORD Lakes 4BR/2BA,
2 car garage, vaulted
ceiling, lake a tour online
www.buyowner.com
1125339 $324,900 or call
407-384-2252
426 2ND ST Chipley.
2BR/2BA, completely re-
modeled, new electric,
AC, plumbing, cabinets,
flooring. 1200 sq.ft. 3
acres, $189,900. Owner
(314)346-3303
2240 SQ FT home for
sale. Must be moved.
Make offer. Call 850-258-
8247
FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL
country 3BR/2BA brick
home, owner financing.
Also, house and apart-
ments for rent in Bonifay.
(850)547-5085




HOUSE FOR RENT lake
froni on Blue Lake. just
souih of Chipley. 2BR/
2BA. 2 story w/base-
ment and possible third
bedroom, garage, dock
and large yard on 6
acres. $1250 per month,
Progressive Realty. 638-
8220


3BR/1.5BA CH/A RE-
FURBISHED $625/mo.,
$625/dep.. 1 yr lease,
references, no pets,
smoke free environment.
638-0773,
2BR/1BA no pets, Hwy
77 South, 3 miles Also,
3BR/2BA. Call Milton for
information. (850)638-
1858 *
COUNTRY LIVING 3BR/
2BA on 45 acres, hunt-
ing, horse or cow pasture
available. 4 miles South
110 off Hwy 279. $700/
month, $700/deposit.
773-3623 or 260-9607.
Possible lease to own.,
3BR/2BA BRICK,
SUNNY Hills area. CH/A
$600 mo $400 dep. 850-
527-5623




MODULAR HOMES
$563/MO Sil's Home
Center 850-482-2880
LAND & HOME ready.
$699/mo. Sil's Home
Center. 850-482-2880
FALL CLEARANCE
MAKE offer on SW or'
DW 2006 models need to
go! Sil's Home Center,
850-482-2880
100% FINANCING S/W
or D/W new homes land
included. Sil's Home,,
Center 850-482-2880
TIRED OF THE run
around? Come see us!
SW or DW Oldest dealer
in Florida Sil's Home
Center 850-482-2880
MOBILE HOME 3BR/
2BA w/fireplace & appli-
ances, 1 acre plus, good
condition, great location.
638-2363 evenings only




2BR TRAILER DE-
POSIT required, no pets,
water & se~ -e.ro-,
Svided. 547-50b7. oni-
fay ,
HOUSE TRAILER FOR
rent. 547-2043
TRAILER FOR RENT
2BR/1BA, CH/A. deposit
required, no pets, call af-
ter 5pm 638-1222
RENT TRAILER 3BR/
1.5 on 17.5 acres, no
pets. smoke tree environ-
ment, references, $450/
mo., $350/dep. 7 miles
North Bonifay. 547-2276
S/W EXCELLENT CON-
DITION 2BR/2BA, CH/A.
everything electric. 2877
Church St., Vernon.
$500/rent, $500/deposit,
smoke tree environment,
no pets. 535-6425
3 BEDROOM 2 bath
mobile home in mobile
home park, $450 with
$400 deposit, 3BR/1BA
mobile home, $425/mo;
$400/dep. near Boni-
fay Elementary School,
town & recreational area.
547-3746
FOR RENT 2BR/1BA
trailer in country setting
on Pioneer Road in
Vernon. $450, $200 de-
posit. 535-0368
BONIFAY 2BR/1BA
MOBILE home, $400/
mo., $400 security de-
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HUD approved. Please
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OPEN HOUSE
TODAY
10:30-2:30pm
Sunny Hills
1867 Gap Bivd.
Nice 3BR 2BA
Home on 2.23
Acres, Very Peaceful
Close to Public Boat
Landing. REDUCED
SOnly 119,000!
$1,000 Realtor
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Contracts During
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See Host for Details.
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3876 Earlston Rd.
18+ Acres 3BR 2BA
Home 1528sf
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850-258-7647
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850-784-2898

MP ENTERPRISES
Land Sale & Finance. 5
acres or more for houses
only, wooded & pasture.
3 miles South of Chipley.
-Hihghway677 fride'rRd.,
Houston Rd., Duncan
Community Rd., Buddy
Rd. (4} Five acres (8) ten
acres (5) eight acres.
Owner financing or cash.
Low down payment, low
monthly payments. Call
Milton Peel for informa-
tion 850-638-1858
EXECUTIVE OFFICE
SPACE for rent down-
town Chipley. 638-1918
GREAT 1031 EX-
CHANGE PROPERTY
Beautiful 83 ac cattle
farm in Jackson Co. Per-
lect rural setting, rolling
hills and terraced pas-
ture land, covered by
majestic Oaks, Magnolia
and Pecan trees. Zoned
AG2, this property can be
subdived into 1 ac
homes or kept intact
for your personal enjoy-
ment. Quarter mile front-
age on Holmes Creek,
natural springs.
$599,500. (sub-divide as
follows) 40 ac parcel A
(with house barns)'
$299.500.20 acre parcel
1 A with house and barn
$159,900., Parcel 2 A
20acres $149,900. 43
ac parcel B (on creek)
$319,500. Call 638-1336


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FOR RENT STORE It
Mini Storage Buildings.
Location 279 & 280 be-
tween Caroyville &
Vernon. 535-1356
IT'S TIME FOR a
change. Anyone willing
to sign a petition and go
to the Governor's office
and Attorney General's
Office concerning any
unfair treatment or repre-
sentation dealing with
Dept. of Children & Fami-
lies. HUD, Tn-Co. or
Food Stamps in Holmes
County or if you know of
anyone aiding and abet-
ting anyone in Ihe Wel-
fare System, please call
Dick Wallon or Joann
Ellis ooey at 547-493.




2 FAMILY YARD sale.
Fn. Nov. 3 Irom 7-until
and Sat. Nov. 4. 7-until
12.00. 610 N. Oklahoma
St., Bonifay.
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
sale. Nov. 4. 681 Main
St., Chipley. 7am, lots of
misc.
LARGE YARD SALE at
13 Blessed Trinity
Church on 177-A. Lots of
treasures! Fri. 3rd 4th of
Nov. Starting 8am.
YARD SALE NOVEM-
BER 2nd, 3rd & 4th.
S1086 Main St., Noma.
We will have lots of stuff.
SAT NOV 4 parking lot
of Sunny Hills Chapel,
(3.5 miles South of
Wausau) 7am-until.
Bedsets, comlorters, lots
of odds & ends, furniture,
etc.... ,
SATURDAY 11/4/2006
7:30am-1:30pm, 896
Highway 277. Chipley,
across Irom Lane's.
Good stuff. Light fixtures,
TV. some furniture,
Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas decorations, house-
hold items (some new)
books, linens, office sup-
plies, lots of miscella-
neous. .'.


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STATEW^IDE CLATSSTFIED


YARD SALE FRI 8am-
3pm. Saturday A.M.
1638 Jenkins Rd., Boni-
fay.
YARD SALE SATUR-
DAY, Nov. 4th 7:30AM till
1:30PM. 900 8th Street
Chipley, clothes, books,
furniture, '.mlsc. items,
quills, bed covers.
YARD SALE NOV 4, 8-
2, 1325 South Weeks
St., Bonifay. (If it rains, it
will be canceled)
ESTATE SALE Lawn
equipment, small appli-
ances, bikes, patio fur-
niture, Christmas deco-
rations, weight set,
household ilems, Fri &
Sal, Nov. 3rd 8:30-3:00 &
Nov. 4th 8:00-3:00 1261
Fairway Dr., Chipley.
5 FAMILY ANNUAL yard
sale. Sat., Nov. 4th. 8:00-
until. 1488 South Blvd.,
Chipley. Furniture,
children's clothes, lois of
toys. jeans jr size 3-13,
shirts small to x-large,
,scrubs, shotes size 7-8,
men's shirts x-large, lots
of miscellaneous items.
YARD SALE FRIDAY &
Saturday, Nov. 3rd and
4th, 8:00-until. 144,4
State Park Road, Chip-
ley. Clothes,
housewares, Christmas
decorations, new golf.
clubs and lots more.
GARAGE SALE NOV 4
Saturday in Chipley on
Brickyard Rd. South of
Chipley Hospital. Closing
Home. No Sale before
8AM
VERY NICE TODDLER
boys, and adult clothes,
Cnristmas decorations,
toys, and much more.
Saturday, Nov. 4, 8-12,
Hwy 277 approx 1 mi
south of Shiloh Baptist on
right.
YARD SALE FRI & Sat,
Nov. 3 & 4. 883 8th St..
Chipley. 7am-until. Name
brand children & adult
clothes excellent condi-
lion asst sizes, jeans,
dresses, jackets, shoes
purses, new dishes, bed-
spreads, toys. lots of as-
sorted items.
CHRISTMAS IN NOV
Huge 3 family yard sale
Nov. 3rd, 4th. 8am-till.
Lots of Christmas items,
tools, appliances, lots
more. Come see. 180
hgS' RodB6h1ifay.
547-5583
BIG BIG YARD sale.
Ray's Place. Hwy 90,
between Bonifay & Chi-
pley. Sat.. Nov. 4. Re-
modeling! "Furniture"
Knick-knacks. children's
clothes. toys, lots & lots!
YARD SALE FRI Nov 3,
8am-until. Antique buffet,
computer disk, banjo,
bOW, jeans, roosters. 90
West. 4 miles Irom Chip-,
ley
HUGE MULTI FAMILY
Yard Sale, children
clothes, toys. furniture &
much more. Sat. Nov. 4.
8AM-?. ERA Chipola Re-
alty 846 5th St.
HUGE YARD SALE lots
of stuff, 4369 Hwy 77 in
front of medical clinic in
Sunny Hills. '
YARD SALE back yard
sale. Nov. 5th. 8-2. 1530
Orange Hill Rd. Chipley.
7 FAMILY YARD sale.
1552 Brickyard Rd., Chi-
Spley. 8am-lpm. Sat.,
Nov. 4 .
BIG YARD SALE 303
Redbird Rd., Apt. #9, off
BanfillAve., Bonifay.
HUGE YARD SALE Sat.,
Nov. 4. 8am-until. Lots
of Christmas decora-
tions, baby items, & lots
of misc. 1164 Brickyard
:Rd.;, Chipley. .:
YARD SALE NOV 4th,
7am-until at Trinity Pern-
tecostal located on Hwy
77 South of Sunny Hills.
MULTI FAMILY, CAMO.
clothes, toys, household
items you name it-we got
it!1008 S. Creswell 8AM-
? Sat. Look for signs.
BIG YARD SALE Fri &
Sat., Nov. 3 & 4. 8am-
5pm. Antiques, furniture,
household, Hwy. 81, 8
miles North of PDL.
SATURDAY YARD
SALE beside Chavers
Brock furniture. Execu-
tive desk and chair, elec-
tric range, mattresses,
kitchen items and much
More.


ABSOLUTE AUCTION
HOUSE has been sold.
All contents must be auc-
tioned off. PC Brass
Oaks, Marianna. Nov. 18,
19, 25, 26. Big 4 days,
auction. Contact Jerry
Johnson home 850-535-
4006; cell 850-258-5209;
Blue Moon Auction Com-
pany. FL Llc#362;
B u s # 2 0 5 .


AUCTION OF LIFETIME
Collectibles of Janice
Rlh Nov. 4, 2006 at
1pm. Viewing 11am. Red
Barn Flea Market & Auc-
tion Center, Hwy 231
South, Dothan, AL. Par- .
trial collection of several
others included in this
auction. Friends & cus-
tomers of Trt-County
Auction invited. Every
Saturday at 6pm misc.


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Info 850-638-1782 Jamie including BCBS & 401K C&C BOOKKEEPING &
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ALAU5009 5pm. Call 850-638-1483
ALAU5009 BETTER BUILT
BIG AUCTION NOV 4 BUILDINGS CONCRETE WORK
Hwy 377 Lynn Haven. BUILDINGS FOUNDATIONS drive-
For more information call 1284 Jackson Ave. ways, patios. residential
Jerry Johnson. Home Chipley, FL & commercial. Call for
850-535-4006; cell 850- free estimates. 30 yrs
258-5209: FL Lic #362; ARC WASHINGTON experience. 850-258-
Bus#205 Blue Moon HOLMES Counties, Inc. 065 850-2120
Auction Company has an opening for Full- 0605; 850-265-2120
swwatirEnunariuscuii time, temporary, Litter, PANHANDLE LAWN
AUCTION FARM Pick-Up Instructor's Aide. SERVICE Quality work,
EQUIPMENT Saturday, Qualifications: High affordable prices. Senior
November 11,2006.9am school diploma or GED. Citizen Discount. Free
CST. Sale Site 1 mile Valid Florida Drivers l-. Estimates 956-5070 or
East of Greenwood, cense required. Drug 965
Florida on Highway 69 and background screen- 956-4758
Fort Rd. Consign equip- Ing performed. Apply in SEWING MACHINE &
meant. Contact John person at One Stop Ca- Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
Stanley 850-594-5200. reer Center, 757 Hoyt guaranteed service on all
..John Stanley AU044/ Street, h OE, makes & models. Free
AB491 DFWP estimates. WesternAuto,
EVERY THURSDAY LOGED HAULERS 216 N.Waukesha, Boni-
NIGHT Marianna Goal tNEEDED $3/mile, $130 fay. 547-3910
and Sheep, Auction minimum haul. (850)373-
5pr. Misc., goats, 6073. Contact J.T. BUSINESS CARDS!
sheep, chickens, ducks, POSITION OPEN BUSINESS CARDS
guineas. Auction Drive. WASHINGTON County Business cards&allyour
Marianna. (850)535- Jail. Corr. Off. Must be printing needs.
4006; cell 258-5209. certified. Salary $27,600 Guaranteed best prices
Jerry Johnson #AU362 + exp. (up to 4yrs added) & highest quality in the
ABSOLUTE AUCTION Shift is 12 hrs. 2 on/2 off area. 2 great locations to
HOUSE has been sold. Health and dental ins serve you. Call The
All contends must be auc- available. Apply @ Holmes County Times-
tioned off. PC Brass Washington County Advertiser,Bonifay850)
Oaks, Marianna. Nov. Sheriff's Dept. 547-9414 or the Wash-y
18,19, 25, 26. Big4 days EXPERIENCED COM- ington County News,
auction. Contact Jerry MERCIAL LAND real Chipley (850) 638-0212
Johnson home 850-535- estate associates for Chpey (850)638-0212
4006;cell850-258-5209; new office opening in FLOORING TILE IN-
Blue Moon Auction Corn- Bonifay. Vanous commis- STALLATION 17 years
pany. FL Lic#362: sion programs. Email in- experience. No job too
B u s fT 2 0 5 formation in complete big or too small. Call 26$-
con f i dence : 1213 or 260-1352
HEL Pbocamgmlrryaroo com C&C CONSTRUCTION
STAFF OPENINGS Specializing in Architec-
SEVERAL shifts avail- tural Standing Seam
able at assisted living fa- Metal Roofing. Installa-
JERKINS INCORPO- cility. Call for more infor- Metal Roofg. nstala-
RATED IN Bonifay is: nation. 535-4432 tion and repair on Corn-
seeking a A or B CDL EMPLOYMENTOP mercial and Residential.
Driver for the Redi Mix PORTUNITY CHURCH A 5 year warranty on
.Concrete and Building Secretary position avail- workmanship. Also pro-
Material Industry. Apply able. Computer skills and viding Standing Seam
at Boniiay store. accounting knowledge Metal to contractors and
EXPERIENCED HAIR helpful. Contact Bonifay metal for do it yourself
STYLIST & Nail Tech Methodist Church. 547- projects. Call 547-1001.
needed..Apply in person 3785 License #CCC 1327331.
L at LaBella'Sa(enrr7(d*t4-th, P IEPNCED PRESS,.-.W F or.
St.. Chipley. -(850)638- echan requires sodge all your kitchen cabinets
8033 mechanical knowledgea.
and basic knowledge of & house repair needs.
SECRETARY FOR web offset printing. Job Call James S. Howell..
DOCTOR'S otlice, lull- calls for moving heavy (85 0.) 5,35 -,2 8 39;
lime. Competitive salary. paper rolls, general press (850)260-1619
Call 547-4771 maintenance and clean- FURNITURE REPAIR
FIRST BAPTIST up, paper handling d and Finshin 46
other duties as assigned and Finshing 46 years
CHURCH of Bonifay is by supervisor. Drug est- experience. 638-2300
accepting applications ing during probationary PECAN CRACKING
resumes for the following period is a condition of SERVICE Cane juice
positions: Full-time Re- permanent employment. made fresh. Call 547-
ceptionist Secretary: Apply in person at 5310. Bonner's. Hwy
Duties will include an- Washington. County
swering the ,telephone, .News, downtown Chi- 90W, look for sign.
typing correspondence, pley. No phone calls. LANDSCAPING ALL
and filing. Must be com- EQE, drug free work- KINDS of tractor work,
puler literate and enjoy place. mulch delivered, yard
working with people; P RES C H 0 0 L clean up and other re-
Nursery Preschool is TEACHER NEEDED ex- lated work, small dozer &
currently seeking quali- perience necessary. Full- dump trailer available.
fled applicants to fill part- time. 605 South Depot Call John @ (850)260-
time posions in pre St.; Bonifay, FL 547-
time positions in pre- 1444 1342, Chipley
school age departments 144 FIRpOey
(Sunday from 9am to 12 CASHIER JERKINS INC OAK FIREWOOD,
Noon) & is seeking a friendly, reli- TREE Work & Brush
Full-Time Building Su- able .and trustworthy in- Clean Up. 263-0708
perintendent. dividual to greet and ARE YOU.HAVING a
Send resumes to or pick communicate well with hard time finding child
up an application al First the public while perform- care you can trust? Your
.Baptist Church, 311 N. ing duties as cashier. worries are over. Call
Waukesha St., Bonifay, Requirements are a high LeaAnn in Ponce de
FL 32425. Resumes ap- school dipoma, computer Leon at 850-836-4143;
plications 'must be sub- and calculator skills a 850-259-0733 for a
mitted no later than No- must.'. Experience pre- clean,caring andfun en-
vember 30, 2006 ferred. Work week is c
ember30,2006 Monday-Saturday. Apply ironment in my home.,
NEEDED ARNP or PA at Jerkins or email re- Wesley Hall Roofing
part-time position in an sume to LLC. All types roofing &
established clinic in Boni- saies.glerkinsinc.com repair. Metal roofs, flat
fae; FL. Fax resume PART-TIME PHAR- roofs, new roofs & tear
(850)547-5415 or phone MACY Tech/cashier offs. We do it all! 638-
(850)547-4284 needed at Bonifay Medi- 8335 415-5540
WANT AN OPPORTU- cine Shoppe. Apply Lic#RC0066513
NITY with a growing within. HEADLINERS&
company? Want to work METAL ROOFING VINYL TopsMobile Unit.
hard and be rewarded for COMPANY in need of VINYL Tops Mobile Unit.
0lt Reed Concrete & Supervisors, Journey- I do the work at your
Cohstruclion, Inc., in men, Foremen. Top pay home or workplace. Rea-
Bonifay would like to talk depending on experi- sonable rates on new vi-,
with you. 850-547-5767 ence. Call 547-1001 nyl tops and auto carpet-
i ing. Free estimates. Call
REPORTER NEEDED anytime, leave message.
FOR local newspapers. (850)638-7351
Writing & computer skills WANTED TO BUY an- FOR RENT first in Chip-
a must. Experience tiques, collectibles, gold, ley, Mini Warehouses. If
strongly preferred. Drug- silver, dinnerware, collec- you don't have the room,
*free workplace, EOE. tons paintings, Call Al "We Do" Lamar
Schmidt 850-638-7304
Apply in person at Wash- Townsend 850-638-
ington County News, PERSON TO CUT and 4539, north of
dowtow C e. bale 12 acres of hay. You Townsends. '
downtown Chipley. keep 80%. Please call Townsends
Phone callers will be au- 547-0742 DRM PAINTING LLC
tomatically disqualified. Pressure Washing, new
AVON REPRESENTA- construction and repaint.
TIVES NEEDED in Boni- (80)896-1916
fay, Chipley, Graceville, HOME MAINTENANCE METAL ROOFING
Wausauiley, Vernon, BATHROOMS, decks, CONTRACTOR Randall
Carve and no windows, doors, and R. Darby Roofing L.L.C.,
Caryville, and Ponce de wood fencing. Really, no Metal & shingles. Home
Leon. Ask about mini-kit, job too small. J&M Faim- 8 7 ; 80
Phone 850-547-1640. ily Renovations. 535- .2628 se
DwayneAtkinsSR. 7446 license#CCC1327260
IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR HIRE SMALL trac-
FOR HHA/CNA In the rwith bushhog. Roto FREE STUFF
Graceville area. Please have dirt blade and fin- FREE TRAILER
stopby at 4306 5th Ave., ish mower. Call 638- FRAME 46x12 needs
Marianna. 482-2770 1421 axles. Free. 547-9887


AUCTION SALE
Brickyard Road Mini Warehouses
of 1411 Brickyard Road Chipley
FL 32428, pursuant to the provi-
slons of the Florida "Mini Self-
Storage Landlord and Tenant
Act" (FL Stat. 83.801 et sec.)
hereby NOTICE OF SALE under
said Act, to wit:
On Saturday Nov 18-06at 9:00
a.m., Brickyard Road Mini-Ware-
houses, Inc. 1411 Brickyard
Rpad Chlpley, FL32428, will con-
duct a public sale under said act,
of the goods and contents of Self
Sioraot. Alli tr me following irae-
.ae ur.nits ccnslis o1 rouiar-ol.3
good and unknown Items:
Units Rented By:
#7 Brerida Kennedy
, #40 -Trish Richter
#36 Jerry Derryberry
62 War.da McMillin
As publiisr-d in the Washington
County News October 28 and
November 4,2006.,.

PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE. OF, PUBLIC HEARING
ON A VARIANCE

A public hearing will be held by
the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners at 5i00
PM on November 16,2006 at the
County Commissioners Board
Room, located at 1331 South
Boulevard, Chlpley, Florida to
consider and receive public Input
concerning a Variance ellOwing a
single parcel or nnd 10 be. sepa-
rated Into four distinct aridsepa-
rale parcels as applied lor ry
Robert & Rebecca Cousson and
Jerry a Gall Hartbog. This Vri-
* dance ii granted wili allo for rr.e'
Separation oI one parcel o1 land
inro lout separale Carcels wan.
oui pianring Tr.ae prorcled Do-
veiopmeni is ioca3ed or. Tools
Circle, in Section 29, Township 4
North, qange 13 Wsit in ORB
674, Page 187 ana i-: oe-:rlnBd
below:

Parcel #1
A lot or parcel of land In Wash-
in.:lon Counr. Flor.ij ard t.,ir.g
more particularly oesciloed as
follows Beginnng al rhe Soutn-
west Comer ol Seclion 29. TIN.
R13W and inence in an Eaileny
direction along the Section line
360 (feet Io the East .ide of an
Ur.pavea Rosa. rn-r.ca NO -
49'W aei.ng. me Eastl .de ol asa-
Road 320 Ie 10 Mre START ING
P011ONT irncea NO -49W, along
Sthe East side of said Road 150
ieat. ir.erc6 N68 -0O'E. 305.01
-esi. tnernce SO --13 E. 149.99
feet; thence $68 -30'W, 304.75
feet to Irn STARTING POINT.
Salao parcel oeaing in Ihe SW 4
oite SW 1.'4 of Sacon29. T N.
R13W and containing 1 05 acre3'
mor ,or 16;s.


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POINT; thence NO -49'W, along
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,, ,her,ce N86 -.30E J,5 6 B')
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ina STARTING POINT Salaoar-
SelbeingIin inesw 1 4oi naeSW DATA ENTRY!
1 a ol Section 29, TAN, R13W Personal Compu
and containing 1.05 acres more Personal oup
or less.' tunity. Serious II

We're raising pi
Parcel #4 every weekend!
A lot or par.:el ofland in Wasn. miles! 95'c no to
r.grin Countv. Fironda ana Dering homeume. mone
more parriculally lascilbed as 4953 ww.hear
oIIows Seginningt alle Souin-
wesi Corner of Secleon 29 TJIN,
F13 W ana iherc in an Eatlerly Dri% er- ACT NO
direction along the Section line $4,000 in bonuses
360 feet to the East side of.an mium Pay Pac
Unpaved Road: thence NO -49W
along the East side of said Road (877)882-6537-(
920 feettothe STARTINGPOINT; drivers!
thence NO -49'W; along the East
side of said Road 216.41 feet; Placement Reps,
thence 'N88 -51'E, 306.35 feet; I,
thence SO -40'E, 214.55 feet; school exchange
thence S88-30'W, 305.80afeet to Phone WISE
the STARTING POINT. Said par- wise@wisefounc
cel being in the SW 1/4 of the SW
1/4 of Section 29, T4N, R13W
and containing 1.51 acres more
or less.
$0 DOWN HOIN
All parcels arecontiguoustoform or no down! No
a single parcel of 4.66 acres,
more or less. P H
PALM HARBOR
Information concerning this pro- els. National Bu
posed development and Applica- land. Call for FR
tion for Special Exdeption are land. Call for F
available for review at the Wash-
ington County Planning Commis-
sion Office at 1331 South Boule-
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A verbatim record of these pro- EMPLOYMEN
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County News November4, 2006


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12, Washingtgn County News, Saturday, November 4, 2006


Woman's Club
calendar
On Tuesday at 3:30
p.m. at Chipley City Hall,
Mayor Linda Cain will
sign a Proclamation des-
ignating Nov. 19, as a day
of celebration for the 85th
anniversary of the prga-
nization of the Woman's
Club of Chipley. The cel-
ebration will be a tea held
at the Woman's Club on
North Fifth Street from 2
* 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 19.
Past club presidents have
been invited to attend as
special guests, and a power
point program of pictures
from the past will be a
highlight.
On Wednesday, Nov. 8,
at noon at the Woman's
Club the club's annual Arts
Festival will be held, where
members' art and craft
entries will be judged' for
inclusion in the the District
Two Florida Federation
of Women's Clubs Arts
Festival. A special guest
of the club on Wednesday
will be Olga Erdniyeva,
an exchange student from
Russia, whose host family
while in Chipley is Karma


and Glenn Cook. She will
speak to the club on life in
Russia and her experiences
during her year's stay in
Chipley.

One injured
Florida Highway" Patrol
reported an accident on
Nov. 1, at approximately
4 p.m. The accident was
on State Road 75 at Rock
Bottom Drive in Jackson
County.
Joel S. Braxton, 47, of
Cottondale was seriously
injured when he was trav-
eling south on the shoulder
of SR 75 on a Ford farm
tractor (vehicle one).
Oneal Johnson, 56, of
Kinston, Ala. was travel-
ing southbound in the
inside lane of SR 75 in a
Kenworth tractor trailer
(vehicle two) when Brax-
ton made a sudden left turn
and traveled into the path
of vehicle two. The front
of the tractor trailer hit the
left side of the farm tractor.
According to the Highway
Patrol report, Braxton was
airlifted to Flowers Hospi-
tal by AirHeart and is in se-
rious but stable condition.


MARRIAGE LICENSE INFORMATION
The following information was taken from wedding li-
cense applications issued by the clerk's office at the Wash-
ington County Courthouse Oct. 17-31, 2006.
Oct. 19, Jerry Alan Harrison and Toni Leianne Guy.
Oct. 19, Michael John Greubel and Monica Leona
Ramirez.
Oct. 19, Bryan Alan Koch and Amy Coleman.
Oct. 20, Dwight Birge and Cynthia Renea Thomas.
Oct. 20, Sidney Wayne Sasser and Cindy Nell Harris.
Oct. 20, Justin Earl Harvard and Olivia Nicole Toole.
Oct. 25, Mario Aldo Corradino and Agnes Jane Poe.
Oct. 25, Ismael Morales and Tracey Apn Hennick.
Oct. 27, Ricky Lee Alexander and Sharon B. Alexan-
der.
Oct. 30, Zachary C. Dixon and Michelle Lee Keown.
Oct. 30, James Graylin Washington and Diana Renee
Watford.
Oct. 21, Victor Daniel Finch and Heather Elaine
Shea.

DIVORCE APPLICATIONS
The following information was taken from records at the
Washington County Courthouse of unfinalized, recorded.
divorce actions from Oct. 26 to Nov. 1, 2006.
Oct. 26, Eddie Barrentine Jr. vs Jennifer Barrentine.
Oct. 31, Katherine Register vs Jerry W. Register Jr.
Nov. 1, Randy Morris vs Wendy Morris.
Nov. 11, Jimmy D. Marlow vs Deborah Denise Mar-
low.


Ride 'em cowgirl
It may not have been the Northwest Florida Champi.
onship Rodeo, but kids still could ride a Brahama bull
during the annual downtown Halloween celebration
Tuesday night in Chipley.

Chipley City Council
Chipley City Council will hold a workshop meeting
Thursday, November 9, at 4 p.m. in the City Hall Council
chambers.
Chipley City Council will hold a regular council
meeting on Tuesday. November 21, at 6 p.m. in the City
Hall Council chambers located at 1442 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley.


NFCH
Continued from page 1
in employee health ben-
efits over budget, with the
chief culprit here being'
increased cost of medica-
tion. This is a problem with
many health care insurance
plans.
Schlenker said manage-
ment has "wrung out" as
many savings as possible
in operating costs, but it
was necessary to also re-
duce personnel costs. The
CEO said that a meeting
was called of the hospital's
150 full-time and 100 part-
time employees recently to
explain what needed to be
done.
""'The safety of the pa-
tients rfiaiiins the top
priority, Schlenker said.
There could also be an
increased wait in the emer-


agency room for non-emer-
gency cases.
The following measures
were taken:
*Reduction, of 10 per-
cent of work hours, where
possible, which amounts to
a day off every two weeks.
Reductions began this pay
period.
*Department heads and
managers will reduce their
hours on their own initia-
tive.
*This will be done where
there is the least impact on
services.
*"Max out" volunteers
and shift personnel around
to other departments where
needed.
*When a job becomes
vacant in a department it
will not be filled if possible,
and other personnel in that
department will go back to
a 40-hour workweek.


Schlenker said no lay-
offs are planned.

Chipley Police
news update
Recent drug related ar-
rests were:
*William Preston Drum-
mond. Possession of
"Crack" cocaine.
*William Robert Waldron
Possession of Marijuana.
*Michael Britton Arnold
Possession of controlled
substance.
*David Ray Adams
Possession of drug para-
phernalia.
*Richard H. Sloan, Jr.
- Possession of drug para-
phernalia.

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