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Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties

Ribbon cutting
Ribbon-cutting ceremonies
will be held Sept. 12 for
A Better Hearing Center,
Inc. located at 1367 South
Railroad Avenue in Chipley
(inside New Beginning
Weight Loss).
The public is cordially
invited to attend the open
house hosted by Robert
Shaffer and his staff
beginning at 10 a.m.
A second ribbon-cutting
. ceremony, along with a
grand opening celebration,
will be held at 12:30 p.m.
Sept. 12 on the front lawn
of the Washington County
Government Offices, 1334
South Boulevard in Chipley.
This event welcomes the
new Dental Clinic planned
by Washington County
Health Department. Those
wishing to attend are asked
to RSVP with Julie Tindall,
850-638-6240, ext. 162.
For information call the
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
at 638-4157

Pet Talk
If your dog scratches to the
point where the skin is raw
and oozing, there's a very
good chance it may need
medical care.
Page 5

Healthy Eating
Tomatoes are the subject of
this week's column
Page 5

Online Paper
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will be picked as Editor's
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Clients at Washington Council on Aging enjoy bingo Thursday morning. WCOA is one of
many agencies supported by the Washington County United Way campaign.

Pass the word

United Way campaign underway in Washington County

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The 2007 Washington'County -_- " '
United Way campaign is underway. , :
The kickoff breakfast was held at . .
Washington Council on Aging, --'
a United Way client agency, on ' Fb
Thursday, Sept. 6.
The goal of this year's campaign - ' ..
is $150,000. t a
Campaign Chairman Darrin
Wall was delighted to find about
a dozen first-time campaign par-
ticipants on hand, with others to be
involved in this year's campaign.
"Once you get involved and see .
how United Way impacts lives in
our community you will want to
get involved," Wall said.
A video being circulated by
United Way of Northwest Florida Jay Felsberg/WANCN
Left to right: Tommy McDonald, Jr. and Darrin Wall laid out
See UNITED, page 2 the United Way campaign plan Thursday.

Carter remembered for service to area

Ralph Campbell Carter lived
most of his life on the Washington
County farm purchased by his
father, Ralph Clarence Carter, in
1937. He was born June 25, 1932,
in Geneva, Ala., and died in a Do-
than hospital on Sept. 4.
On Dec.
31, 1937, the
noted Carter
family ar-
rived in their . -
new sur-
roundings lo-
cated on the /
present day
Gainer Road,
and only two
miles south
of Blue Ralph Carter
Lake, a well
known Chi-
pley landmark.
Accompanying Ralph Clarence
Carter on the move to Chipley were
his wife, Annie Elizabeth Cronin

Carter, daughters, Sarah Kate and
Annie Sue, and young son, Ralph
Campbell Carter.
The family dog, a collie named
Chips, joined the family on their
move from Geneva to their new
Washington County farm home.
All the Carters settled into their
newly acquired home on a blustery,
cold New Year's Eve night only
to face their "new world" and a
new year, the following day, Jan.
1, 1938.
The property was known as the
Myers Place, as it had been owned
by the grandfather of Urlin Myers
Jr., who set many of the pecan trees
on the acreage which continue to
bear fruit today.
All the Carter children contin-
ued to grow up on the 360-acre
spread which contained hundreds
of producing pecan trees. All the
offspring completed school at
Chipley High School.
Fred Chestnut was their rural
mail carrier and members of the
family remember him fondly as

welcoming them into the neigh-
After being in Washington
County for two years, Annie Eliza-
beth Carter, the mother, began
teaching school at Midway. This
school was located near the old air-
port. Archie Hutchinson, Washing-
ton County educator, was principal
of Midway School.
Young Ralph Campbell Carter
showed leadership qualities early
in life. He and his sisters were
active 4-H Club members. Ralph
became president of the local 4-
H Club and represented the local
chapter in the 4-H Club National
Convention held in Chicago in
He was awarded the Florida
Banker's Scholarship to the Uni-
versity of Florida and also received
the Governor's Award in the Field
of Soil Conservation.
Ralph Carter first married Joyce
Howard Carter, who did substitute
See CARTER, page 2

Holmes County

woman arrested

on charges of

drowning child
Managing Editor
"It's so hard to believe that any
mother would do this," said Hol-
mes County Sheriff Dennis Lee
Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 5.
That afternoon deputies arrested
Amanda Elaine Lewis for aggra-
vated manslaughter and aggravated
child abuse for allegedly drowning
her seven-year-old daughter.
Lee said that on August 8 depu-
ties and EMS were called to 3343
1st Avenue South in Esto with
a report of a child drowning.
Upon reaching the residence, a
double-wide manufactured home,
officers and EMTs found the vic-
tim, Adrianna Elaine Hutto, in an
above-ground swimming pool.
Emergency personnel worked on
the victim at the scene and in an
AirHeart helicopter on the way to
Panama City, but efforts to revive
the child were futile.
Lee said that investigation of the
pool, the surrounding area, injuries
to the victim and the preliminary
autopsy report by Dr. Charles
Siebert confirmed eyewitness tes-
timony that Lewis had drowned
her daughter. In addition, the
report stated that the mother also
apparently sent her five-year-old
son "to find Adrianna floating in
the pool."
Deputy Michael Raley said there
were still a number of issues being
looked at, and further details would
be released as the investigation
Raley said that Lewis has denied
any responsibility for the drown-
Lee said that the little boy is
in the custody of Department of
Children and Families, and that
the agency had been called to the
residence in the past.
"It's not within our nature to
suspect a mother of doing this,"
Lee said.
Her first court appearance was
Thursday morning before Holmes
County Judge Owen Powell.
Agencies involved along with
the Holmes County Sheriff's Office
include the 14th Judicial Circuit
State Attorney's Office, 14th Ju-
dicial Circuit Medical Examiner's
Office, and the Florida Department
of Law Enforcement. A bond of
$50,000 was set for the aggravated
manslaughter charge and $100,000
for the child abuse charge. She is
held in Holmes County Jail.





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teaching in Washington
County School, in addition
to being a homemaker for
her growing family. Their
three children are Ralph
C. Carter Jr., Angela Marie
Carter Springer and Nancy
Inez Carter Cook.
The family has been mem-
bers and active in Chipley
First Presbyterian Church
where Ralph Campbell Cart-
er was appointed an officer
in the local church at the age
of 19, and was named an
Elder by the congregation a
few years later.
Due to Ralph Carter's
interest in his community
and government generally,
it was not surprising when
he sought, and was elected,
to the Florida House of
Representatives in 1960.
He served three consecu-
tive terms in the Florida
He rose rapidly in the
functions of the legislative
body and found himself
seeking money for Falling
Waters State Park while a
fledgling, freshman state
legislator in 1961. He was
successful in his efforts
and Falling Waters is well
known and one of the most
visited State Parks in the
state today.
Newspapers across the
state gave credit to the youth-
ful state representative from
Washington County for his
leading role in the start up
of vocational schools in the
Ralph Carter took his job
seriously in the halls of gov-

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to promote this year's cam-
paign was shown at the
kickoff breakfast.
Wall, who is the local
manager for Gulf Power, had
a personal story of how dif-
ferent United Way agencies
help people throughout the
area. For a variety of reasons
customers sometimes have
trouble paying their power
bills. One single mother,
who Wall called "Jan," had
fallen far behind in her abil-
ity to pay her bill. She took
minimum-wage jobs in an
attempt to make ends meet.
Wall noted that local
agencies were a big help
in helping "Jan" get to the
point where she is just a few
days late paying her current
bill versus being months
Wall noted that there are
many people like "Jan" who
are barely getting by who
often must rely on United
Way agencies.
"What you do in the com-
munity and how you spend
your money matters," Wall
said. "Agencies that United
Way supports help these

have been helped by United
Way have also participated
in it."
Wall said that team lead-
ers can pick up their packets
at Gulf Power at 10 a.m.
September 14. Individual
donations will also be ac-
cepted, and there are a wide
variety of ways to donate to
this year's campaign. For
information, call Wall at
415-4201, or United Way at
These agencies serve
Washington and Holmes
*United Way of North-
west Florida, Inc. Commu-
nity Impact Fund. Local,
knowledgeable volunteers
distribute funds to meet our

most critical local human
service needs so people
become healthier, self-suffi-
cient and involved in caring
for themselves and one an-
other. Call 850-785-7521.
*American Red Cross,
Central Panhandle Chapter.
Relies on donations to pro-

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The Nut House was a well-known Ralph Carter


ernment in the state capitol.
In the days before computers,
it is reported that while the
legislature was in session, he
literally spread the pending
bills on an empty bed in his
old downtown Tallahassee
Floridian Hotel. The night
before the expected vote,
he studied the legislation
thoroughly and made his
decision on whether to sup-
port the bill or not.
Ralph Carter lost his wife,
Joyce, in death and later
married Carolyn Gunter.
Both continued their active
positions in the same church
and both have enjoyed their
grandchildren from their
previous marriages.
Ralph worked for 10 years
with the Florida Department
of Transportation. With his
experience and knowledge
of horticulture and agricul-
ture, his assignment was
in the beautification of the
roads and highways in the
state of Florida.
A sample of his work can
be seen at the intersection
of Falling Waters Road and
Gainer Road on the approach
to the Carter home.

vide disaster relief and edu-
cation to families and com-
munities, provides emergen-
cy assistance to members of
the Armed Forces and their
families. 850-763-6587.
*Anchorage Children's
Home of Bay County, Inc. A
Christian organization serv-
ing children, ages 0-17 years
old, and families through
assessment, counseling, case
management and residen-
tial homes. Serves Holmes
County. 850-763-7102.
*ARC of Washington-
Holmes Counties, Inc. Pro-
vides training to the develop-
mentally disabled therefore
limiting the consequences
of mental retardation and
allowing individuals the
ability to live life as they
choose. 638-7517.
*BASIC of Northwest
Florida, Inc. Community
based organization provid-
ing social services to clients
with HIV; support groups for
those infected, their families
and friends; and awareness
education and prevention in-
formation. 850-785-1088.
*Boy Scouts of America,
Gulf Coast Council. Pro-
vides youth ages 6-21 the
opportunity to experience
character development, citi-
zenship training, physical
fitness, God and Country
and good moral.and ethical
values. 850-784-1886.
*Catholic Charities of
Northwest Florida, Inc.,
Panama City Regional Of-
fice. Provides professional
programs to enhance and
preserve the lives of all
people including casework,
pregnancy counseling, emer-
gency assistance, transition-
al shelter, adoption services
and parenting classes. 850-
*Chemical Addictions
Recovery Effort, Inc. A drug-
free workplace that is vitally
concerned with the most
professional services avail-
able for substance abuse,
prevention, intervention,
treatment, education and
recovery in our community.
*Children's Home Soci-
ety of Florida, Inc., Emerald
Coast Division. Provides as-
sistance with issues such as
adoption, child, adolescent
and infant mental health,
behavioral problems, resi-
dential care and early inter-

Ralph Carter enjoyed
the honor of having the
administration offices at the
Washington-Holmes Techni-
cal Center named the Ralph
C. Carter Administration
In October 2005, the
Washington County Board
of County Commissioners
held a ceremony officially
dedicating the entrance to
Falling Waters State Park
as the Ralph C. Carter Park-
way. This was authorized by
House Bill 385, by resolu-
tion, April 22, 2004.
The word "retirement"
was never in Ralph Carter's
vocabulary. He could be
seen at his farm at almost
any time taking care of his
herd of beautiful and healthy
cattle. His "round up" ve-
hicle was a golf cart, which
was ready to go on short
His trusty dog, "Wal-
Mart," didn't wait for an
invitation to ride when he
knew the cart was being
Another trademark of'
Ralph Carter was the opera-
tion of "Ralph's Nut House,"

vention. 850-747-5411.
*Covenant Hospice, Inc.
A not-for-profit organiza-
tion dedicated to providing
comprehensive, compas-
sionate services to patients
and loved ones during times
of life-limiting illnesses.
*Elder Care Services, Inc.
Serves elders and their care-
givers enabling elders to live
independent and productive
lives through home, commu-
nity and volunteer service.
*Epilepsy Association
of Big Bend, Inc. Provides
medical services for indi-
gent and low-income in-
dividuals with epilepsy to
improve their quality of life
and educates the community
regarding epilepsy. 850-872-
*Family Services Agency.
Financially assists low-in-
come families in resolv-
ing immediate problems by
providing assistance with
rent, utilities, medication,
food, clothing, household
goods and referrals. 850-
*Girl Scouts of the
Apalachee Bend, Inc. Builds
girls of courage confidence
and character, who make the
world a better place. 1-800-
*Gulf Coast Children's
Advocacy Center, Inc. Im-
proves detection, interven-
tion, joint investigation and
successful prosecution of
child abuse cases; coordi-
nates resources; facilitates
treatment for child victims;
community education on
child abuse prevention. 850-
*Habilitative Services of
North Florida, Inc. Helps
parents be the best they can
be, while Stop Over House
provides a home for children
removed from abusive or
neglectful situations. 850-
*I Can Grow, Inc. Provides
individuals with disabilities
experience and workplace
skills in an agriculture set-
ting and profession. Serves
Washington County. 850-
*Life Management Center
of Northwest Florida, Inc.
Provides comprehensive
behavioral health and fam-
ily support services that
promotes positive wellbe-

which he highly advertised.
He was in the nut cracking
business, cracking pecans
from his farm, as well as
performing this service for
others in the community.
His trademark mode of dress
included his suspenders and
hat. He had work outfits and
special attire for his "Sun-
day, go to meeting" dress.
In the writer's last con-
versation with Ralph Carter,
he relived his experience of
having successfully passed
the legislation bringing vo-
cational schools into exis-
tence in Florida. Also vivid
in his mind was the criticism
he received from what he
called the "liberal press" and
the personal affront he felt in
dealing with the opposing
At the age of 75, Ralph
Campbell Carter has been
called from the "walks of
man" to his heavenly reward.
His presence and his accom-
plishments in the county will
be long remembered and
deeply appreciated.
His funeral is scheduled
for 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8,
at the Brown Funeral Home
Brickyard Road chapel. I
do not know what scripture
reference will be used by
the presiding ministers, Rev.
David Darrow, Rev. Bert
Swearingen and Rev. LeAnn
Gunter Johns.
Revelations 14:13 would
be an ideal Bible verse for
the departed Ralph C. Carter.
It reads: "And I heard a
voice saying unto me, write
Blessed are the dead which
die in the Lord from hence-
forth; Yes, saith the spirit,
that they may rest from their
labours; and their works so
follow them."

ing and quality of life in the
communities of Northwest
Florida. 850-522-4485.
*Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County, Inc.
Matches volunteer tutors
with adults in need of basic
literacy or ESOL and pro-
vides community and family
literacy training programs.
*Office of Public Guard-
ian, Inc. Helps disabled
adults, without families,
by managing health care,
residential placements and
finances. Helps to reduce
abuse, neglect and exploita-
tion. 850-487-4609.
*Panhandle Area Health
Network, Inc. Ensures that
quality health care is avail-
able and efficiently deliv-
ered. 850-482-1385.
*The Salvation Army.
Provides immediate re-
sponse to those in need with-
out discrimination. Services
available are food, clothing,
furniture, counseling, case
management and transitional
housing. 850-769-5259.
*The Salvation Army Do-
mestic Violence & Rape
Crisis Program. Provides
around the clock services for
victims of family violence
or sexual assault services
include shelter, counseling,
case management and advo-
cacy. 850-763-0706.
*Tri-County Community
Council, Inc. Develops and
implements programs to
serve the poor and help al-
leviate poverty. 547-3689.
*United Way of North-
west Florida, Inc. First Call
for Help/Volunteer Con-
nections Program. A free
public information service
that links needy people to
the community resources
available to them. Matches
volunteers with nonprofit
agencies needing their help.
*Washington County
Council on Aging, Inc. Ad-
vocates for older citizens
and provide services to dis-
abled elderly. Enhances the

lives of older citizens with
dignity, independence and
quality. 638-6217.


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Zackary Jackson turns 16
Zackary Jackson turned the big 16 on September 6. He
is a sophomore at Vernon High School.
His parents are Pam Jackson and William "Kent" Jackson.
His sister, Kristen, is a senior at VHS and brother, Jakob
attends second grade at Vernon Elementary.

Fake check scams
*There are many variations of the fake check scam. They
include: someone buying something you advertised; pay-
ing you to do work at home; giving you an 'advance' on a
sweepstakes; and paying the first installment on money in
a foreign country transferred to your account.
*Fake check scammers hunt for victims. They scan news-
paper and online advertisements for people listing items for
sale, and check postings on online job sites. They place their
own ads with phone numbers or email addresses for people
to contact them.
*They often claim to be in another country. The scammers
say it's too complicated to send you money directly from
their country, so they'll arrange for someone in the U.S. to
send you a check or money order.
*They ask you to wire some of the money after deposit-
ing a check. If you're selling something, they'll pay you by
having someone who owes them money send a check for
more than the sale. You deposit the check, keep what your
owed, and wire the rest. Or they may 'mistakenly' send you
an overpayment and ask you to wire the excess.
For assistance call the Washington County Sheriff's Office
Fraud Line: 638-8477
Communities Against Senior Exploitation (CASE) is a
Partnership of the Washington County Sheriff's Office and
the Community to prevent elder financial exploitation.

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Washington County's sparkling new dental clinic is already busy. The clinic opened July 1 and will
celebrate its grand opening on Wednesday, September 12.

Grand opening for county dental clinic September 12

Managing Editor
Washington County's
sparkling new dental clinic
is already busy. The clinic
opened July 1 and will cel-
ebrate its grand opening on
Wednesday, September 12.
The clinic is right next
to the county health depart-
ment and was renovated by
inmates from Washington

Corrections Institute. "They
did a great job," said Health
Department Administrator
Patsy Justice. The clinic was
funded by the Public Health
Dental Office of the state
Department of Health under
Dr. Harry Davis. This fund-
ing provided "seed money"
for equipment.
The dentist, Dr. Callief
Shan, DDS, lives in Chi-
pley. "She really likes liv-

ing here," Justice said. "We
greatly appreciate this fine
young lady."
Shan is a member of the
National Health Service
Corps and was recruited
for Chipley by Lisa Marsh
of the State Manpower for
Children eligible for
Medicaid are first priority
for the clinic, Justice said.
"The most recent state sur-

vey said this group is being
least served in the county,"
Justice said.
Service will eventually
be extended to other chil-
dren, third-party payers and
adults. Eventually a dental
hygienist will be hired, Jus-
tice said. For information
about appointments and
service, call the Washington
County Health Department
at 638-6240.

Insurance crisis not resolved unless PIP dealt with

Staff Writer
If Florida's Legislature
cannot agree on a replace-
ment for the state's Personal
Injury Protection law by Oct.
1, getting help after a motor
vehicle accident likely will
become more difficult.
Chipley insurance agent
Richard Miller, Rogers In-
surance, said, "If there is no
PIP, now we have to deter-
mine who is at fault in an ac-
cident and that's sometimes
impossible. Then, no insurer
wants to pay."
PIP coverage pays the
following benefits, up to a
$10,000 limit:
*80 percent of reasonable
and medically necessary
medical expenses.
*60 percent of disability
benefits for lost gross in-
come and earning capacity.
*100 percent of replace-
ment services, such as child-
care and housekeeping.
*$5,000 death benefit.
"The whole purpose of
PIP was to remove small
claims from the court sys-
tem, provide an immediate
medical benefit and provide
immediate help to cover lost
wages," Miller said. "PIP
means you can't sue me
after an accident until the

$10,000 cap is exceeded or
you have permanent scarring
or disfigurement."
Consumer groups fight-
ing for PIP's demise cite a
broken system and families
will save about $360 each
year if PIP is eliminated.
The Floridians for Lower
Insurance Web site says, "In
areas like Tampa, Orlando
and Miami, where instances
of fraud arid staged accidents
are more prevalent, the sav-
ings will be even greater.
"Two-car families in Tam-
pa will save more than $460
a year; while Miami families
stand to save the most as a
result of the no-fault sunset,
with their premiums drop-
ping.more than $800."
A 2005 report prepared
by the Florida Senate Com-
mittee on Banking and In-
surance about PIP says,
"Incidents of motor vehicle
insurance fraud and abuse
are at an all time high, with
health care fraud the leading
cost driver. Florida's no-fault
laws are being exploited by
sophisticated criminal or-
ganizations in schemes that
involve heath care clinic
fraud, staging car crashes,
manufacturing false crash
reports, adding occupants to
existing crash reports, filing
PIP claims using contrived

injuries, colluding with dis-
honest medical treatment
providers to fraudulently
.bill insurance companies for
medically unnecessary or
non-existent treatments."
Miller agrees the sys-
tem is broken. "Abuse has
gotten so great, insurance
companies have no defense.
Attorneys tell you to call
them before you call us.
They tell you you could have
back or neck problems and
send you to a chiropractor.
You miss work and it takes
about six months to run out
the $10,000."
Miller said an attorney
can then sue and without
doing more than keeping a
client seeking medical treat-
ments, get 40-50 percent
of any judgment as his fee.
Miller said most insurance
companies settle the suit,
which is cheaper that fight-
ing it in court.
Broken or not, Miller
added, "PIP has too many
good things in it to let it go
In a letter to Florida Gov-
ernor Charlie Crist, Florida's
Chief Financial Officer Alex
Sink notes that, without
Florida's No-Fault insurance
law, also called PIP:
Persons injured in auto
accidents will not have auto-

matic coverage for medical
treatment from their auto
insurers unless the insur-
ers offer medical payments
insurance as a replacement
to PIP.
The cost of medical treat-
ments from an auto accident
shifts to health insurance.
Because about 19 percent of
Floridians do not have health
insurance, they will be en-
titled only to emergency
treatment after an accident,
no follow-up medical treat-
There is a potential for
increased red tape for con-
sumers, medical providers
and insurers. 'There is the
likelihood of increased tort
lawsuits below the $10,000
threshold and claims for
non-economic damages,
such as pain and suffering.
Insurance fraud will not
be eliminated.
"We need to find a way to
fix it," Miller said.
Both the Florida Senate
and the House have drafted
legislation to replace PIP
before its Oct. 1 expira-
tion. Should the law expire,
most drivers will carry PIP
until their insurance poli-
cies renew. To learn more
about PIP and what to expect
should the law expire, go to

Arrest report from the
Washington County Sher-
iff's Department for the
week of August 27 through
September 3, 2007.

Robert Baumgartner:
w/m, 9/19/53; Lake City;
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked; arrested
Glenn Belser III: b.m,
4/7/70; Chipley; driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 8/28.
Jerod Brodus: b/m,
9/26/81; Pensacola; driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 8/29.
Timothy Brown: w/m,
2/5/56; Jupiter Park; pos-
session of paraphernalia,
possession of marijuana;
arrested 9/3.
Glenda Bryant: w/f,
4/1/69; Chipley; battery; ar-
rested 8/27.
Glenda Bryant: w/f,
4/1/69; Chipley; battery; ar-
rested 8/30.
James Carter: w/m,
11/24/52; Chipley; violation
of probation on possession

of cocaine/Houston County
Ala.; arrested 9/1.
David Collins: w/m,
8/20/72; Tampa; child sup-
port; arrested 8/31.
Jill Dickey: w/f, 10/30/73;
Pensacola; failure to appear
on worthless checks; ar-
rested 8/31.
Christopher Duncan:
w/m, 6/23/85; Ponce de
Leon; stolen tag, possession
of marijuana, possession of
paraphernalia, driving under
the influence; arrested 9/3.
Mark Fournier: w/m,
11/12/66; Chipley; driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 9/3.
Ronald Gay: w/m,
1/27/59; Vernon; resist
officer without violence,
aggravated assault with
deadly weapon; possession
of weapon by a convicted
felon; arrested 8/30.
Emily Gee: w/f, 11/17/63;
Panama City; driving while
license suspended or re-
voked; arrested 9/4.
Earnest Harmon: w/m,
12/4/71; Chipley; violation
of probation on possession

of marijuana; arrested 8/29.
Barbara Jackson: b/f,
2/7/57; Graceville; violation
of probation on worthless
checks; arrested 8/30.
Angela Legear: w/f,
11/15/69; Westville; worth-
less checks, Holmes County
warrant for violation of pro-
bation worthless checks;
arrested 9/2.
Gabriel Littlefield: w/m,
5/27/80; Chipley; violation
of probation on possession
of marijuana; arrested 8/29.
Kristopher Macha: w/
m, 5/23/77; Chipley; viola-
tion of probation on driving
under the influence; arrested
Lance Martin: w/m,
5/23/80; Cottondale; petit
theft; arrested 8/29.
Edmund McFarley: b/
m, 9/17/77; Panama City;
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked; arrested
Jenny Miller: w/f,
3/20/74; Largo; Marion
County warrant for violation
of probation on purchase
of cocaine, possession of

marijuana, possession of
paraphernalia; arrested 9/3.
Savanah Mongoven:
w/f; 6/22/87; Tallahassee;
violation of probation on
possession of controlled
substance; arrested 8/30.
Chicka Person: b/m,
7/17/76; Montgomery, Ala.;
possession of cocaine; ar-
rested 8/29.
Merrell Pierce II: w/m,
10/9/57; Chipley; Jackson
County warrant for larceny;
arrested 8/28.
Travis Sheffield: b/m;
1/29/84; Chipley; driving
under the influence; resist-
ing officer without violence;
arrested 8/31.
Clifton Spooner: w/m,
5/18/73; Youngstown; child
support; arrested 8/31.
Jimmy White: b/m,
11/23/75; Chipley; tamper-
ing with evidence, resist
officer without violence;
arrested 8/29.
RayYork: w/m, 10/27/61;
Chipley; battery, Holmes
County warrant for driving
while license suspended or
revoked; arrested 8/27.

Saturday, September 8, 2007 Washington County News, 3



Submitted photo
Guest speaker at Chipley Kiwanis Club meeting,
Dr. Radwan Sabbagh of the Washington County
Health Department, discusses various aspects of
the new shingles vaccine.

Health Department head is guest speaker
The guest speaker at Tuesday's Kiwanis meeting was
Dr. Radwan Sabbagh of the Washington County Health
Department, who discussed various aspects of the new
shingles vaccine. Shingles is a painful skin rash caused
by a virus, often with blisters and, at times, quite severe
pain. Other symptoms of shingles can include fever, head-
ache, chills and upset stomach. Only someone who has had
a case of chickenpox, or gotten the chickenpox vaccine, can
get shingles. Sabbagh said that a vaccine is now available,
approved last year, for those 60 years of age and older. In
clinical trials, the vaccine prevented shingles in about half
of the people vaccinated.
Some people should not get the vaccine, according to
Sabbagh, including those who have ever had a life-threat-
ening allergic reaction to gelatin, those with a weakened
immune system because of HIV/AIDS, those who are
taking steroids, radiation or chemotherapy, those with
leukemia, lymphoma, active and untreated tuberculosis and
those who are pregnant. Check with a doctor for other condi-
tions that might be a reason not to take the vaccine.
As with other medications, Sabbagh said, there are risks
from the shingles vaccine but the risk of causing serious
harm is extremely small. Mild problems like redness, sore-
ness, swelling or itching at the site of the injection occur in
about one person in three. Headache occurs in about one
person in 70.
The audience was informed that Medicare Part D covers
the vaccine, with a prescription from a physician. Other
health insurance companies may or may not approve the
Call the Washington County Health Department at 638-
6240, or visit them at 1330 South Boulevard in Chipley, for
additional information. Or, you can call the CDC, Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention, at 1-800-232-4636 or
visit them on the web at www.doh.state.fl.us/chdWashing-
After an introduction of guests and prospective new
members, announcements included one by Bill Howell
reminding members that nextTuesday is the absolute dead-
line to sell tickets to the Kiwanis Dinner Theatre and Variety
Show, which will begin at 6 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 13 at the
Chipley Ag Center.

September 8-9

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Winners at PTO meeting
Parents, teachers and students gathered at Kate
M. Smith Elementary School Tuesday evening for
the year's first Parent Teacher Organization meet-
ing. The turnout was good, no doubt encouraged
by promised giveaways to classrooms with the
most participation. Cheryl Kattrell, grandmother
of students in Mrs. Cox's kindergarten and Mrs.
Ivey's second grade classes, won this Busy Family
School Kit.

Hurricane kits at Chamber
Hurricane season is beginning to peak as the topics start
heating up. The Washington County Chamber has hurricane
preparedness kits available for local businesses.
Businesses interested in obtaining one of the kits, should
call the Chamber at 638-4157 or stop by Chamber office at
the old railroad depot in Chipley.

CHS Class of 1977 reunion Nov. 9
The CHS Class of 1977 will hold its 30-year reunion
Nov. 9 at Chipley High School. Members of the class are
asked to mark their calendars and make plans to attend.
For more information, contact Debra Enfinger Corbin at
dcorbinl 1206 @yahoo .com.

Chipley High School class of 1962
The Chipley High School class of 1962 will celebrate its
45th class reunion on Nov, 9-10. Local class members are
in the process of planning activities and updating home and
email addresses. Any member of this class having informa-
tion regarding a classmate, contact Carolyn Kowitz Heath at
1-850-773-3100 or ccheath40 @bellsouth.net. The next plan-
ning meeting will be August 23, 6 p.m. at the Chuckwagon
Restaurant. All classmates are encouraged to come.

AA meetings
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings will be held at New
Life Assembly of God Church, 695 5th Street in Chipley on
Tuesday and Thursdays at noon. AA meetings will also be
held at First Presbyterian Church, 658 5th Street in Chipley
on Tuesday and Fridays at 8 p.m. Call 638-8999 for more

Transportation schedule
Tri-County Community Council, Inc. provides non-emer-
gency transportation to medical appointments and referred
destinations on the following days. Times reflect the actual
time in that area.
All routes are coordinated. A 24-hour advance reservation
is required and next day appointments need to be in by noon
the previous working day. There will be no exceptions. This
schedule will be strictly adhered to.
*Marianna: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. to
1 p.m.
*Panama City: Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2
*Dothan: Monday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
*SunShine Express: Friday, 9 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
For more information on Washington County Community
Transportation Program, call Tara Finch at 638-4520, ext.
105, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Livestock reports
For the week ending September 6, 2007:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled $6,246,
compared to $11,589 last week, and $6,799 a year ago.
According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Market
News Service, compared to last week: Slaughter cows and
bulls were steady to $1 higher and feeder steers and heifers
were mostly steady.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $142.50 - 200.00
300-400 lbs. $118.00 - 160.00
400-500 lbs. $105.00 - 133.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $119.00 - 185.00
300-400 lbs. $108.00 - 133.00
400-500 lbs. $ 95.00 - 114.00
Slaughter Cows
Lean, 750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $43.00 - 50.00
Slaughter Bulls
Yield Grade, No. 1-2 1,000-2,100 lbs. $58.00 - 67.50.

Miller meets with local veterans, provides updates

Staff Writer
U.S. Representative Jeff
Miller (R-Fla.) was in Chi-
pley recently to meet with
veterans and their families
about issues of specific con-
cern to them. Miller brought
with him his veteran's affairs
caseworker, Bill Cooper,
who was able to meet sev-
eral people who had filed
paperwork for assistance
with Miller's office.
Miller discussed two new
Department of Veterans Af-
fairs clinics scheduled to
open in the spring of 2008,
one at Eglin Air Force Base
and one in Pensacola. Miller
said the Pensacola 200,000
sq. ft facility is "a model for
the nation." He said another
VA clinic, this one in Pana-
ma City, is being retrofitted
to offer better health care.
"The next step is looking
at a tower at Eglin specifi-
cally for veterans," he said.
Miller also used the fo-
rum to talk about immigra-
tion reform and the Iraq and
Afghanistan wars before
opening the floor for ques-
tions.Regarding the war
effort, Miller said a recent

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Veteran Edsen Brooks thanks U.S. Rep. Miller for
helping him get an examination for veteran's ben-
efits. Brooks suffered ear and eye injuries during
a landmine explosion during World War II. He was
discharged in 1946.

meeting between four sheiks
- two Sunni Muslim and two
Shiite Muslim - proves the
fledgling Iraqi government
has support.
"Six months ago, we
would not have seen that,"
he said. "They said 'We
disagree on religious ideas,
but we agree we need to
take control of our country
and appreciate coalition

forces for giving us an op-
portunity to do that.' The
surge worked, it's obvious
it worked."
Miller moved next to
immigration, primarily the
concern that the U.S.-Mexi-
can border is not secure.
"Many are hardworking
individuals, but get legal. Do
whatever it takes. We'll help
you do it. Get right with the

American people," Miller
said. Miller supports build-
ing a fence: a permanent
one or a virtual one. "The
American people want the
border secure."
He added, "I don't be-
lieve you should be able to
come into the country and
have a child on America
soil and that child become
an American citizen, but
our laws say that you can."
After an audience member
suggested changing the law,
Miller said, "Given our cur-
rent climate, you won't se
that change."
Nelson agreed with an-
other audience member who
suggested that laws already
on the books be enforced to
stem the tide of illegal im-
Miller said, "If we would
enforce the laws, and I do
now see the administration
moving in that direction, if
we have to deputize and al-
low all local law enforcement
to help with the situation,
fine. Local communities are
now stepping up and saying,
'If the federal government
won't do it, we'll do it.' You
are right. The laws are on the
books today."

Obesity rates being addressed by schools throughout state

Staff Writer
Some data speak for
Figures compiled by the
National Center for Health
Statistics indicate 19 percent
of children ages 6 through
11 and 17 percent of youth
ages 12 through 19 are over-
Figures compiled by the
Trust for America's Health
indicate Florida has the 21st
highest rate of child and
youth obesity in the nation.
Adult obesity rates now
exceed 25 percent in 19
Let's break that down.
Almost one in five American
children and teens carry too
much fat on their grow-
ing bodies. Florida's chil-
dren and youth are fatter
than children from 29 other
states. And it's likely these
kids will stay fat, moving
from the shelter of childhood
euphemisms like pleasantly
plump and chubby to the
real world, where print and
electronic media strive to
prove people can never be
too rich or too thin, and fat

becomes, well, fat.
Health professionals call
the bulging out of American
an epidemic, and govern-
ments are listening.

Executive Action
Soon after taking office,
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist
established the Governor's
Council on Physical Fitness.
According to a news release
from his office, the Gover-
nor's goal is to reduce the
number of Floridians who
suffer from chronic diseases
resulting from obesity within
the next 10 years. Gov. Crist
...has also expressed interest
expanding the P.E. mandate
to grades 6-12.
Gov. Crist also spear-
headed the launch of www.
healthyfloridians.com, a Web
site with links about chil-
dren's, senior and maternal
health, nutrition, smoking,
prescription drugs, obesity
prevention and recreation
opportunities right here in
the great state of Florida.
Legislative Action
Florida's Legislature ad-
dressed the childhood obesi-
ty epidemic in 2006 when it
passed Public Law 108-265,

Sec. 204. The law forced
school districts to formalize
existing health initiatives
and perhaps even create
new ones, by mandating
that districts create wellness
"The Legislature felt it
had to act to address rising
obesity rates in children
who spend half of their
waking hours at school.
The intent is that wellness
still is managed at the local
level," said Rachael Ten-in,
training coordinator with the
Florida Department of Edu-
cation's Food and Nutrition
Management department.
Her comments were made
during 2006 training at the
Panhandle Area Educational
Not to be outdone, the
2007 Florida Legislature
mandated public school
students in grades K-5 re-
ceive at least 150 minutes
of physical exercise each

State Agency Action
During the 2007-2008
school year, the Florida
Department of Education
will review and revise the

Sunshine State Standards to
reflect state-of-the-art physi-
cal education practices.
Florida's Department of
Health has established the
YEAH! Program, which
stands for Youth Empowered
Ambassadors for Health, to
gather together youth leaders
from established groups like
4-H, Boys Clubs and Girls
Clubs. YEAH! trains these
youth to share information
about healthy living with
club members.

Local Action
Holmes and Washington
counties developed well-
ness policies that ring to-
gether nutrition education,
physical activity and other
school-based activities that
are designed to promote
student wellness. These
policies promote and protect
children's health, well-being
and ability to learn by sup-
porting healthy eating and
physical activity, and are
available for review on each
district's Web site.
The districts also tweaked
daily scheduled to adhere to
the Legislature's mandate on
physical exercise.

Town of Caryville


The Town of Caryville will hold a pub-
lic meeting on Tuesday, September 11,
2007 at 5:45 p.m. The sole purpose of
this meeting will be to discuss the Town
applying for a grant under the Florida
Recreation Development Assistance
Program (FRDAP) during the 2008-2009
funding cycle. The applications are due
September 14, 2007. The grant applica-
tions include improvements to "Hodges
Park West"

The Town of Caryville will hold the meeting
at the Town Hall Council Chambers. The
public is invited to attend. Handicapped
persons wishing to attend, who will need
special accommodations, should contact
Ms. Jewette Tadlock, Town Clerk, Town
of Caryville, at (850) 548-5571.

Town of Ebro


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CLERK AT 850-535-2842.

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Lycopene-rich tomatoes never short on variety, taste

This time of year is the
right time to enjoy tomatoes.
But it wasn't always that
way. Tomatoes are believed
to have first been cultivated
by the Aztecs.
Their introduction to
North American and Euro-
pean cuisine was hampered
because, being a member of
the nightshade family, they
were thought to be poison-
ous. They were grown as
decorative plants and were
called "love apples."
The urban legend of the
time (we're talking the 1700s
here) is that a man, whose
identity has been lost to his-
tory, had seen tomatoes eaten
in other countries without ill
effect, ate a tomato on the
courthouse steps of a large
city and didn't die. This
was the supposed launching
of tomato popularity in the
western world.
There are more than 300
varieties of tomato currently
grown. Tomatoes are grown
according to intended use.
Some of the big, beautiful
tomatoes on the grocers
shelves are grown for their
looks, some as meaty speci-
mens used for slicing and
some for making juice or
tomato paste. There are lots
of specialty tomatoes, such
as the plum or Roma tomato,
yellow or white, green and
cherry or grape tomatoes.
Here is a fast guide to the
usually available tomato
*Cherry tomatoes: Round

5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Megan Lea Lawlor and
sister, Mikayla Kelsey Law-
lor won their divisions at the
Dreamstar Pageant.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Washington County
Christian School., estab-
lished in 1995 with 19 stu-
dents, opened a new wing in
1997 due to the registration
of 54 children in preschool
through fourth grade.
Saturday in the Park,
hosted by Chipley Woman's
Club, was enjoyed by hun-
dreds of area residents.
Local 4-Hers were rec-
ognized for achievements
in county and district events.
They included Sara Smith,
Elaine Fisher, Tara Sand-
ers, Clayton Smith, Rhett
Sanders, Amy Locke, Emily
Arnold, Kate Arnold and Tif-
fany Parker.
Former Congressman
Earl Hutto and wife, Nancy,
were in Chipley to autograph
copies of his book, "Captain
Supreme Goes to Washing-
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Local National Guards-
men serving in hurricane-



Nancy Berkoff

and bite-sized, these toma-
toes are often served in sal-
ads and as garnishes. Their
peel can be red or yellow.
*Pear tomatoes: Small,
pear-shaped tomatoes (about
the size of cherry tomatoes)
with an intense, sweet-to-
mato flavor. There are red
and yellow versions.
*Plum tomatoes: Also
known as Italian or'Roma to-
matoes, these are small and
egg-shaped. In general, they
are meatier and less juicy
than slicing tomatoes, and
so they are great for making
sauces and adding to other
soups and sauces.
"*Slicing (round) or sal-
ad tomatoes: These large,

torn Miami were "not get-
ting shot at," according to
Wayne Cherry, task force
public affairs representative,
but "some of the areas we
are in are rough, as far as
devastation goes."
A Community Develop-
ment Block Grant would be
used by Vernon City Council
to rehabilitate 20 houses in
that area.
The City of Chipley do-
nated $1,000 to the local
Red Cross to help in the
area devastated by Hurricane
20 YEARS AGO, 1987
Caryville and Bonifay
moved into contention for
housing grants due to hur-
ricane destruction when
Macclenny, Orange Park
and Fellsmere dropped out.
Other local communities

rounded varieties include
round globe types common-
ly found in most markets as
well as the flatter beefsteak
tomatoes prized by home
*Yellow or orange toma-
toes: These are sometimes
advertised as "low-acid" to-
matoes. They are in fact not
lower in acid than other to-
matoes, but higher in sugar,
which produces a very mild,
sweet flavor. Like red toma-
toes, these have plenty of vi-
tamin C and potassium, but
don't have any lycopene.
*"Heirloom" tomatoes:
Some growers are now rais-
ing old varieties of tomatoes
with intriguing shapes, var-
iegated colors and unusual
flavors. Look for them at
farmer's markets and gour-
met shops during tomato
*Sun-dried tomatoes:
These are plum tomatoes
that have been dehydrated to
preserve them and intensify
their flavor. They are packed
in oil or dry. The tomatoes
that are not packed in oil
are usually reconstituted by
soaking them in hot water
before using in cooking.
Tomatoes are a delicious
source of vitamin C, fluid
and fiber. Tomatoes are one
of the best sources of ly-
copene, a carotenoid with
cancer-fighting properties.
Enjoy tomatoes sliced
into salads or onto sand-
wiches, chopped into soups
or tossed into cottage cheese.

up for grants were Esto,
Graceville, Ponce de Leon,
and Washington County.
Congressman Bill Nelson
addressed Chipley Kiwanis
Club on the space program.
He was the first member of
the U.S. House of Represen-
tatives to travel in space.
The county's unemploy-
ment rate was 10.04 percent,
ninth highest in the state.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Cletie Rutherford and
John Waterman Sr. were ap-
pointed to Ebro City Council
at a special meeting chaired
by Mayor Obie Morrell.
It was a good year for
worms. Karen Anderson and
Shirley Bailey scared up 27
in a fiddle-off competition
and were declared grand
champions of Caryville's
annual Worm Fiddling Con-

Create a salad dressing by
pureeing fresh tomatoes and
basil in a blender, with a
dash of vinegar and pepper.
Stuff fresh tomatoes with
your favorite chopped salad,
with chopped vegetables or
with cold, seasoned rice.
Throw some extra sliced or
chopped tomatoes onto your
pizza or use as a garriish for
barbecued foods.
Nancy Berkoff is a reg-
istered dietitian and chef.
E-mail her atfoodprof@ix.

Serves 4
2 large fennel bulbs, finely
sliced (about 1-1/2 cups)
4 tomatoes, quartered
(about 1 pound or 2 cups)
2 cloves garlic, chopped
4 green onions, sliced
1 tablespoon minced fresh
1 tablespoon minced
2 tablespoons orange
Combine all ingredients
in a large bowl. Cover and
refrigerate for at least one
hour before serving.
Nutritional information
per serving: calories 56 (less
than 1 percent calories from
fat); 0 saturated fat; carbo-
hydrate grams 8; protein
grams 3; fat grams, less than
1; calcium milligrams 23;
fiber grams 2.4; sodium 48

Ricky Belser, a CHS ju-
nior, was named Youth of the
Month by Chipley Kiwanis
55 YEARS AGO, 1952
Sheriff-elect George
Watts Jr. said he planned to
go after lawbreakers with
a new weapon - two-way
radios. They were being in-
stalled in two cars operated
by the Washington County
Sheriff's Office.
Foremost Dairies planned
to move its bottling operation
from Chipley to Tallahassee.
The company would keep its
local plant for a collection
and distribution center.
Mr. and Mrs Wallace
Laney and Paula of Jack-
sonville were guests of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger

It's fairly common to see
a dog scratch or chew at a
certain spot on his skin for
a short period of time. But
if the dog scratches to the
point where the skin is raw
and oozing, there's a very
good chance it may need
medical care.
It's possible your pet has
developed a pyotraumatic
dermatitis, commonly called
a hot spot.
A hot spot is a self-in-
duced skin lesion, says Dr.
Christine Rees, assistant
professor in the College of
Veterinary Medicine & Bio-
medical Sciences at Texas
A&M University. "Hot
spots are circular patches of
skin with a weeping area,"
explains Rees.
"The hair sticks, and there
is a red ring when the hair
is parted. The spot usually
drains and the area is often
"Dogs with heavier
coats - retrievers, collies
and sheepdogs, for example
- are more susceptible to hot

spots, especially in warm
weather. Such hot spots can
develop very quickly."
Most of the time, hot
spots are caused by an al-
lergic reaction to fleas, es-
pecially if the spots appear
on the legs or rump.
But there are other pos-
sible causes, including al-
lergies to the environment,
food allergies, anal sac prob-
lems, ear infections and even
behavioral problems.
"The easiest way to pre-
vent hot spots is to keep
on top of allergy and flea
problems," Rees adds. If
your dog somehow still gets
hot spots, you should act
quickly. Hot spots can be
very painful for your dog.
"Hot spots usually appear
right on the top of the skin,
and they need ventilation in
order to heal," Rees says.
Clipping the area to allow
air in to help dry out the hot
spot is very important. Treat-
ing the area with a powder
or astringent, such as Dome-
boro solution, will also help

eliminate the moisture, she
"After the area is clipped,
it should be cleaned with an
anti-bacterial shampoo like
chlorhexidene," Rees notes.
While many cases of hot
spots can be treated at home
if they're detected early,
.some cases should always be
brought to a veterinarian's
"If the spot is too tender
to clip, the animal needs to
go to the veterinarian," Dr.
Rees said. "And any instance
of hot spots on a dog's face
is very serious."
Hot spots on the face usu-
ally indicate a deeper skin
infection and require oral
"Facial hot spots may
also be an indication of
something more serious - an
ear infection, for example,"
she says.
With Texas' hot summers
and warm fall days, it is
important for dog owners
to check their animals fre-
quently for hot spots. Being

aware of your dog's allergies
and keeping your animal
flea-free can help your dog
stay healthy year-round,
Rees adds.
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences, Texas A&M Univer-
sity. Stories can be viewed
on the World Wide Web at

Florida Ag Expo
Registration is open for
the 2007 Florida Ag Expo,
taking place at the Univer-
sity of Florida/IFAS Gulf
Coast Research & Education
Center in Balm, December
6-7. Registration is free for
qualified growers and is
open at www.flgevents.com.
The Florida Ag Expo is tar-
geted specifically for Florida
vegetable and strawberry
growers looking to learn the
latest production trends and
techniques receive updates
on a number of topics.

Saturday, September 8, 2007 Washington County News, 5


Baseball tournament
The first annual Young Guns Superstar Classic, 14-and-
under baseball tournament will be held Sept. 28 and 29 in
Vernon. All teams are welcome. Team entry fee will be $375.
For more information, contact Chris Farrar at 850-260-9309
or 850-415-1997.

Senior trips planned
Several trips are planned for local senior citizens during
September, October, November and December.
*September 24-29; for five nights and six days, historic
Natchez Trace tour, Nashville, Tenn. Included in the tour
will be the Shiloh NMP, Bufford Pusser's museum and many
more places of interest.
*October 23-31; eight nights, nine days, will include the
Ohio Amish, Niagara Falls, Maid of the Mist and Pittsburgh,
Penn. other places of interest.
*November, 18-25; seven nights, eight days, tour New
york City, Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade, downtown
NYC accommodations, Broadway plays, Statue of Liberty,
Ellis Island and more.
. *December 8-12; four nights and five days to enjoy
Christmas in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
For reservations or more information contact Kenny
Gordon at 850-482-4799.

4-H enrolling new members
Washington County 4-H is currently accepting enroll-
ment applications. Call the UF/IFAS Washington County
Extension Office at 850-638-6180 or visit the website to
learn more about 4-H programs across the state and county
as well as print the enrollment form and participation form
to fill out and send in to the office.
Stop by the Washington County Extension Office and
speak with 4-H Youth Development Agent, Julie P. Dillard.
For information contact Julie Pigott Dillard at 638-6180 or
visit the UF/IFAS Washington County website: http://wash-

Cemetery work day
Gap Pond Cemetery committee will hold a workday to
clean the cemetery on September 15 beginning at 9 a.m.
There will be potluck lunch for those wishing to stay.
Donations for the upkeep of the cemetery are still being
accepted. Trees for a $50 donation are still available. For
more information call Margaret Riley at 638-3073 or Lowell
Johns at 638-0247.

AARP mature driving class
Washington County Council on Aging and AARP are co-
sponsoring a mature driving class for individuals 50 years
and older on September 12 and 13, beginning at 8:30 a.m.
and ending at 12:30 p.m. each day. Classes will be held
in the conference room at Northwest Florida Community
Hospital ground floor conference room in Chipley.
This eight-hour course was developed especially for the
senior driver with years of driving experience.
The National Safety Council course reviews basic driv-
ing knowledge, new traffic laws and introduces techniques
to help offset the effects of the aging process on driver
performance. It is geared to drivers' safety needs and helps
compensate for age-related changes.
This mature driving class is approved by the DHSMV for
a three-year insurance premium reduction.
There is no testing and only a minimal course fee of
$10. To enroll, call Washington County Council of Aging
at 638-6216.

Heritage Book available
A shipment of 125 additional copies of the popular Heri-
tage of Washington County book is expected to arrive today,
according to Perry Wells. "This represents a third printing
of the fast-selling books," he said.
Books are available by calling Wells at 850-638-1016 or
by mailing perry 1000@bellsouth.net.
Price of the book remains the same, $64.20 for those
picked up in Chipley, and $70 for those mailed. Wells will
mail your book to you.




* 326-1792 *

Dr. Samuel Miller

Need Loving Home
Have you been willing to have a pet of your own in
your home then you can welcome my lovely ador-
able AKC french bulldog puppy. She is available
for your sweet garden at affordable price for adop-
tion. She is so Spunky and Mini Tiny. She like "pee
wee". Good with kids. If you're interested in wel-
coming the little puppy, hook me up at my e-mail
(cassybreeds@yahoo.com) or phone 474-3882.


Scratching may mean a pet needs medical care

Kiwanis Club Annual Dinner Theater Presents:

"A Variety Show"
Searching for Stars
Thursday, Sept. 13th * 6:00 p.m. * Ag Center, Chipley
Steak Dinner - Show Follows
Tickets: $25 /person or $45/couple
"Will Call" Reservations to 638-1983 or 638-8889

6, Washington County News, Saturday, September 8, 2007


Roulhac Middle School celebrates open house


* ~.- S

Curtis Carter and daughter, Chelsea, talk with friends visiting an eighth-grade classroom.

RMS cheerleaders led the pledge of allegiance
at Wednesday's open house. The girls also led
a cheer before the crowd dispersed to visit the
teachers and classrooms.

Open house was held 4-5 p.m. Sep-
tember 5 at Roulhac Middle School in
Chipley. There are 660 students making
up grades five through eight, according
to Principal Mike Park, who gave the
welcome and introduced guests. Among

them were School Superintendent Calvin
Stevenson and board members Terry Ellis
and Wayne Saunders. Donald J. Potts is
assistant principal.
Members of the school's large cheer-
leading squad led the Pledge of Allegiance.

The girls were also called on to lead a cheer
at the end of the program.
The RMS band played the National
Anthem to open the program, and closed
with another well-received number.
School team leaders were introduced.

They called teachers in their groups to
the front and asked them to report to their
classrooms to greet visitors. Delanie
Pritchard discussed middle school reform/
attendance before Park dismissed the par-
ents to go to the classrooms.

Visiting Debra Corbin's classroom during open house are Cheyenne Fen-
wick, Sarah Guettler, Tamara Pezanowski and Donna Guettler. Trying to
hide behind her mother is young Zoe' Pesanowski.

A section of the RMS band has a big part in Wednesday's open house fes-
tivities. They played the National Anthem to open the program and closed
with another well-received number.

Photos and article by Donna Dykes

United Way visits Vernon High School

Ut- dWa y1
of N ortlhw st loridn

Sandra Cook and Tommy Mc-
Donald, Jr. show the United
Way sign at VHS.

Dr. Sandra Cook, United Way chairperson for Vernon High School, in-
troduced Tommy McDonald, Jr., Regional Resource Development Director
for the United Way, and Mary Enfinger, director of Washington Council on
Aging. They each gave a short informative presentation to the VHS staff on
Wednesday, Sept. 5.
McDonald gave the group some background information about the United
Way, while discussing how just one dollar can go a long way to help different
needs of individuals within Washington County. Enfinger elaborated on the
efforts of the Council on Aging and how the United Way is a great help to the
survival of many of its programs in Washington County.
Everyone was urged to participate by giving either through a payroll deduc-
tion or a one-time contribution with the understanding that any contribution
may be earmarked for a specific organization.
Photos and article courtesy of Vernon High School


Washington County News * Saturday, September 8, 2007 * 7 0


ML=L"W:uas j maEja! M * 638-4242

CLASSIFIED ADS. Classified ads are published in the Wednesday issues of the Washington County News, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Weekly Advertiser and the Weekend Edition. Cost is $6.50 per
week for the first 20 words, plus 25 cents per word for each word over 20.
Deadlines for insertion, correction or cancellation are Monday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekly Advertiser, Holmes County Times-Advertiser and Wednesday News; Thursday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekend 57' 4
Edition. The News/Times-Advertiser will be responsible for errors in the first insertion only. Any errors after the first insertion are the responsibility of the customer. Credit will be given on the first insertion for errors
only for the portion of the ad in which they occur. ADS WILL BE PUBLISHED ONLY AFTER PAYMENT RECEIVED. For your convenience, you may charge your classified ads to your Visa or Mastercard. MAILING ADDRESSES
S AHolmes County Times-Advertiser Washington County News
For Your Convenience We Accept & REACH OVER 40,000 READERS FOR AS LITTLE AS $6.50 P.O.Box67, Bonifay, FL32425 P.O. Box627, Chipley, FL32428

1100 - Legal Advertising
1110 - Classified Notices
1120 - Public Notices/
1130 - Adoptions
1140 - Happy Ads
1150 - Personals
1160 - Lost
1170 - Found



Notice is hereby given,
that BM Wright the
holder of the following
certificate, has
filed said certificate for a
Tax Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of
issuance, the description
of the property, and the
names in which it was
assessed are as
follows :


Parcel # 01-0065-0012

Lot 12, Block 65, of Sunny
Hills Unit 1, a subdivision
according to the Plat
thereof, .as recorded in
Plat Book 2, Pages 9
through 27, of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida.

SESSED : Ann Shawiak

Said property being in the
county of Washington,
State of Florida. Unless
such certificated shall
be redeemed according to
the law, the property de-
scribed shall be sold to
the highest bidder at
the courthouse door on
September 24, 2007 at
10:00 AM.

Dated this 14 day of
August ,2007


BY: 'J C Rogers, Deputy

September 24, 2007 UN-
647 OR 1293 JACKSON
638-6008 EXT 232.

FOR August $ 1,139.40
FOR September
$1,166.13 IN U.S. CUR-
No Personal Checks
Cashier's Checks, Money
Orders, and Western Un-
ion are the only other
alternatives accepted.
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Au-
gust 18, August 25, Sep-
tember 1, & September 8,



File No. 07-CP-91
Division Probate


(Summary Administration)

You are hereby notified
that an Order of Summary
Administration has been
entered in the estate of
Vernita D. Spence, de-
ceased, File Number

1100 1100 1100 | 1100 I I 1100 | 1100
07-CP-91, by the Circuit AMOUNT TO REDEEM WARNING: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Notice of Hearing to Re-
Court for Washington FOR October $ 2,538.18 THERE ARE UNPAID IN AND FOR WASHING- BY: J C Rogers, Deputy vise
County, Florida, Probate IN U.S. CURRENCY TAXES ON PROPERTY TON COUNTY FLORIDA, Clerk The Student Progression
which is PO Box 647, No Personal Checks Ac- WHICH YOU HAVE LE- CIRCUIT PROBATE DIVI- WARNING: Washington County
Chipley FL 32428; that cepted. GAL INTEREST. THE SION THERE ARE UNPAID School Board
the decedent's date of Cashier's Checks, Money PROPERTY WILL BE CASE NO67-07-CP-94 TAXES ON PROPERTY October8,2007
death was July 13, 2007; Orders, and Western Un- PROPERTY WILL BECAEN67ECPX TAXES ON PROPERTY
that the total value of the ion are the only other SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- IN RE: ESTATE OF REX T. WHICH YOU OWN IN 5:30 p.m.
estate is $ 65979.20 and alternatives accepted. TION ON October 29. NOTICE TO CREDITORS WHICH YOU HAVE LE- Notice is hereby given that
that the names and ad- As published in the Wash- 2007 The administration of the GAL INTEREST. THE on Monday, October 8, at
dresses of those to whom ington County News Sep- UNLESS THE BACK Estate of REX T YATES, PROPERTY WILL BE 5:30 PM., the Washington
it has been assigned by tember 1, September 8, TAXES ARE PAID. TO Deceased, File No. SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- County School Board will
such order are: September 15, September MAKE ARRANGEMENTS. 67-07-CP-94, is pending in TION ON October 29, review the Student Pro-
22, 2007 FOR PAYMENT OR TO the Circuit Court for Wash- 2007 gression Plan for the
Name & Address RECEIVE FURTHER IN- ington County, Florida, UNLESS THE BACK Washington County
Herbert Christianson FORMATION, CONTACT Probate Division, the ad- TAXES ARE PAID. TO School District.
Chipley, FL32428 IN AND FOR WASHING- IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. 647, Chipley, Florida, FOR PAYMENT OR TO The revised plan, as well
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- 32428. The name and ad- RECEIVE FURTHER IN- as it's purpose and spe-
ALLNTERESTED PER- FOURTEENT JUDICIA SON AVE., SUITE 101, dress of the Personal Rep- FORMATION, CONTACT cific legal authority under
LL INTERESTED PER- FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL SON E, SURIE 01 resentative and the Per- T CO which its adoption is au-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED CIRCUIT CASE NO CHIPLEY, FLORIDA sonal Representative's at- THE CLERK OF COURT thorized, and a summary
THAT: 67-07-CA-298 32428, OR torney are set forth below. IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. of the estimate of eco-
All creditors of the estate TELEPHONE (850) All creditors of the dece- BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- nomic impact of the pro-
of the decedent and RICHARD SEVINGNY, 638-6008 EXT 232. dent and other persons SON AVE., SUITE 101, posed procedures on all
persons having claims or Plaintiff, having claims or demands CHIPLEY, FLORIDA affected persons, is given.
demands against the es- AMOUNT TO REDEEM against decedent's estate, 32428, OR TELEPHONE Development of School
tate of the decedent other -vs- FOR September including unmatured, con- (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. Procedures
than those for whom pro- $ 1,367.59 IN U.S. CUR- tingent or unliquidated
vision for full payment was RICHARD DAVIS and RENCY ONLY. claims, on whom a copy AMOUNT TO REDEEM Purpose:To revise the
madeintheOrderofSum- KEELA DAVIS, AMOUNT TO REDEEM of this notice is served FOR September $ Washington County
mary Administration must Defendants. AMOUNT must file their claims with eptember $ School Board Student
file their claims with this FOR October $ 1,387.41 this Court WITHIN THE 4,560.95 IN U.S. CUR- Progression Plan to reflect
SECTION 733.702 OF No Personal Checks Ac- DATE OF THIS FIRST FOR October $ 4,626.62
CODE. GIVEN that pursuant to Cashier's Checks, Money NOTICE OR THIRTY ONLY.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE- the Final Judgment of Orders, and Western Un- DAYS AFTER THE DATE No Personal Checks Ac- The Washington County
MANDS NOT SO FILED Foreclosure and Sale en- ion are the only other OF SERVICE OF A COPY cepted. School Board is author-
BARRWILL BED. FOREVER tered in the Circuit Court in alternatives accepted. OF THIS NOTICE ON Cashier's Checks, Money ized under Chapter 1000

NOTWITHSTANDING ANY and for Washington As published in the Wash- THEM. Orders, and Western Un- tough 1003 of the Flor-
OTHER APPLICABLE County, Florida, being ington County News Sep- All other creditors of the ionare theonlyother develop/revise policy and
TIME PERIOD, ANY case no. 67-07-CA-298, tember 1, September 8, having claims or dem hands alternatives accepted procedures.
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) the undersigned clerk will September 15, September against the decedent's es- As published in the Wash-
YEARS OR MORE AFTER sell the property situate in 22, 2007 tate, including unmatured, ington County News Sep- Economic Imnpact
THE DECEDENT'S DATE Washigton County, Flor- contingent or unliquidated tember 1, September 8,
OF DEATH IS BARRED. ida, described as follows: claims, must file their September 15, September The cost of promulgating
The date of first publica- claims with this Court 22, 2007 the Student Progression
tion of this Notice is Sep- Commence at the South- WITHIN THREE MONTH Plan is approximately
member 1, 2007 west corner of the SE 1/4 NOTICE OF APPLICA- AFTER THE DATE OF $5.00 per document.
Attorney for Person Giving North, Range 15 West, of TION FOR TAX DEED THEFIRS NOTPUBICATION NOTICE TO RECEIVE Individuals wishing to ob-
Notice Washington County, Flor- OF THIS NOTICE. SEALED BIDS tavdalcopyhofgthpo-
ida; thence run Notice is hereby given, ALL CLAIMS NOT SO AQUA UTILITIES will re- tain a copy of the pro-
Krst M. Odom N 0158"E2342.37 that Matthew & Ethel il- FILED WILL BE FOREVER ceive sealed bids from posed procedures may
Kristi M. Odom N00�01'58"E, 2342.37 feet tBARRED.
Attorney to the point of beginning; Ion the holder of the The date of the first publi- any qualified person com- ensntaofficthe aSuperintend-
Florida Bar No. 0182044 thence continue following certificate, has cation of this Notice is tested in constructing the reet, Chipley, Florida
Post Office Box 1129 NOO�01'58"E, 260.00 feet filed said certificate for a September 8, 2007. following As published in the Wash-
Chipley, Florida 32428 to the southerly right of Tax Deed to be issued Rexanne Yates Holley ington County News Sep-
Telephone: (850)638-7587 way line of County Road thereon. The certificate Personal Representative VARSITY DRIVE, WASH- tember 8, 12, 2007
Fax: (850)638-3409 No. S-278, thence number and year of issu- of the Estate of INGTON BLVD., AND, FLY- October 3, 6, 2007.
PersonGivihgNotice: 946E right of way line, 579.23said ance, the description of REX T YATES, DE- WHEEL LANE WATER-
feet, thence departing said the property, and the CEASED LINE EXTENSIONS
Herbert Christianson right of way line on a bear- names in which it was as- Po Box 268,
658 Main Street ing of S04o44'17"W, sessed are as follows : Chipley, Florida 32428 Plans and specifications NOTICE OF SALE
Chipley, Florida 32428 260.00 feet, thence GERALD HOLLEY can be obtained at: Notice is hereby given that
As published in the Wash- N89�44'31"W, 557.89 feet CERTIFICATE NO. 728 Attorney for Personal Rep- Preble-Rish Inc 5365 77 Warehouse Storage,
ington County News Sep- to the point of beginning. YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 resentative Scenic Hwy 30A, Suite 4258 Hwy 77, Chipley, FI
timber 1, 8, 2007 a P Box 268 102, Santa Rosa Beach, pursuant to FS Self Stor-
at public sale, to the high- DESCRIPTION OF PROP- Cipley,Florida 32428 FL 32459 (850) 231-3902. ageAct, section 83.801,et
est and best bidder for ERTY: 850-638-4317 All it Il be
NOTICE OF APPLICA cash at 11:00 on the 24 Parcel # Fla. Bar 17 seq. All items will be
TION FORTAX DEED day of September, 2007, Parcel # Fla. Bar No. 113722 Completion date for this sold or otherwise dis-
at the front door of the 00-4141-0086 As published in the Wash- project will be 100 days posed of at this site on
Notice is hereby given, WashingtonCounty Court- ington ACounty Ne86Leisure Lakesws S a member 8, 1p- 5, 2007 from the date of the Notice Tuesday, September 18,
that Ethel & Matthew Dil- house, Chipey, Florida. LotA-86,Leisura Lakes, a member 8,15, 2007 to Proceed presented to 2007 at 8:00 a.m. at the
Ion the holder of the subdivision according to_______ the successful bidder, Liq- address listed above.
following certificate,has DATED this 29 day of Au- the Plat thereof, as NOTICE OFAPPLICA- updated damages for fail-" ods
filed said certificate for a gust, 2007. recorded in Plat Book 3,NTICE OF AX PLICA ure to complete the proj- "CASH ONLY" all goods
Tax Deed to be issued Pages 167, of the Public TION FOR TAX DEED ct on the specified date will be sold on "as is" a-
thereon. The certificate LINDA HAYES COOK Records of Washington will be set at $200.00 per sis. All itemsmayle Thosbe
number and year of issu- Clerk of Court County, Florida. Notice is hereby given, day. available at sale. Those
ance, the description of By K McDaniel that Matthew & Ethel Dil- listed may make payment
the property, and the Deputy Clerk NAME IN WHICH AS- Ion the holder of the Please indicate on the en- in full to recover their
namesri w ch itwas as- put NAMSEDN WHICH AS- following certificate has velope that this is a sealed items up until time of sale.
sessed are asfollows : As published in the Wash- SESSDFrank L. ucafiled said certificate for abi theprect name, and All property must be re-
ington County News Sep- Frank L. Lucas Tax Deed to be issued what the bid is for. moved from premises on
CERTIFICATE NO. 270. tember 1,8, 2007 day of sale.
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 Said property being in the thereon. The certificate Along with the bid, con- dayofsale.
county of Washington, number and year of issu- tractors are to submit a
State of Florida. Unless ance, the description of bid bond amounting to 5 #10 - Sammi Pettis
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- NOTICE OF APPLICA- such certificated shall be the property, and the percent of base bid. Be- #4 - Wanda Watson
Parcel #00-1207-0000 TION FOR TAX DEED redeemed according to names in which it was as- fore finalizing a contract, As published in the
theParcel # 00-1207-0000 l aw, the property sessed are as follows: contractors are to furnish Washington County News

Lot 4, of the Webster Ad- Notice is hereby given, described shall be sold to erformance, labor and September 1, 8, 2007
edition in the Town of Chip- that Ethel & Matthew Dil- the highest bidder at the CERTIFICATE NO. 121 material bonds amounting
ley, Florida, in Section Ion the holder of the courthouse door on YEAR OF ISSUANCE to 100 percent of contract
sum. An authorized agent
4, Township 4 North, following certificate, has October 29, 2007 at 10:00 05 who is a resident in Flor-
Range 13 West, as said filed said certificate for a AM. ida, who is qualified for 11 00
subdivision is recorded in Tax Deed to be issued DESCRIPTION OF PROP- the execution of such in-
Plat Book 1,Page 17 of thereon. The certificate Dated this 27 day of Au- ERTY: struments, shall counter-
the Public Records of number and year of issu- gust 2007 Parcel # sign these bonds and the COLOR 'SELLS!
Washington County, Flor- ance, the description of ' 00-0445-0013 bond shall have attached Get Your Classified
ida. the property, and the LINDA HAYES COOK thereto Power of Attorney Ad in
NAME IN WHICH AS- names in which it was as- CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT Begin at the SE corner of of the signing official. Call now for details
SESSED: Marilyn Davis sessed are as follows: COURT Section 34, Township 1 Call now for details
WASHINGTON COUNTY, North, Range 13 West, Bids, accompanied by the and be noticed!
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Bid Bond, must be sub- 638-0212
Said property being in the CERTIFICATE NO. 542 FLORIDA Washington County, Flor- iedonthe sndard or
county of Washington, YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 ida, thence S 87 40'00" W forms furnished by 547-9414
State of Florida. Unless BY: J C Rogers, for a distance of 702.46 Preble-Rish, Inc. The bid
such certificated shall be DESCRIPTION OF PROP- Deputy Clerk feet along the South line must conform to Section
redeemed according to ERTY: of said Section to an iron 287.133(3) Florida Stat-
the law, the property Parcel # WARNING: rod, thence N 01 59'02" utes, on public entity
the highest bidder at the 00-3133-0019 THERE ARE UNPAID W for a distance of 311.15 crimes. The right is re-
courthouse door on TAXES ON PROPERTY feet to an iron rod, thence served, as the interest of
October 29, 2007 at 10:00 Lot 5 of Rolling Pines Sub- WHICH YOU OWN IN N 87 50'39" E for a dis- theOwner may require, to
AM. division Unit No 1, a Sub- WHICH YOU HAVE LE- tance of 702.45 feet to an reject any and all bids and
division located in Wash- GAL INTEREST. THE iron rod on the East line of to waive any informality in
Dated this 27 day of ington County, Florida, in PROPERTY WILL BE said SE 1/4, thence S 01 bids received. . aa
August , 2007 Plat of which is recorded SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- 59'02" E for a distance of Attention of bidders is MERCHANDISE
in the Office of the Clerk of TION ON October 29, 308.97 feet to the Point of called to the Licensing 3100 - Antiqes
LINDA HAYESCOOK the Circuit Court in Plat 2007 UNLESS THE BACK Beginning. Together with Law of Florida. All bidders 3110 - Appliances
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Book 3, Page 80 of the TAXES ARE PAID. TO an easement for ingress, must comply with all appli- 3120- Arts & Crafts
WASHINGTON COUNTY Public Records of Wash- MAKE ARRANGEMENTS egress and utilities across cable state and local laws 3130 - Auctions
FLORIDA ington County, Florida FOR PAYMENT OR TO that part of the South 25 concerning licensing, reg- 3140 - Baby Items
RECEIVE FURTHER IN- feet of the SE 1/4 lying istration and regulation of 3150 - Building Supplies
BY: JC Rogers, NAME IN WHICH AS- FORMATION, CONTACT West of subject property contractors doing busi- 3160 - Business
Deputy Clerk SESSED : THE CLERK OF COURT and East of Blue Springs ness in Florida, 3170 - Collectibles
Floyd & Lillian Jones IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. Road. Attention of the bidders is 3189 - Ecpners
WARNING: BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK Atenton of 3190- Electronics
THERE ARE UNPAID Said property being in the SON AVE., SUITE 101, NAME IN WHICH AS- particularly called to the 3200- Firewood
� *requirements as to condi- 3210- Free Pass it On
TAXES ON PROPERTY county of Washington, CHIPLEY. FLORIDA SESSED : Faith L. Tilley tions of employment to be 3220 - Furniture
WHICH YOU OWN IN State of Florida. Unless 32428, OR TELEPHONE & Nellie G. Tillery observed and minimum 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
WHICH YOU HAVE LE such certificated shall be (850) 638-6008 EXT 232. wage rates to be paid un- 3240 - Guns
GALP INTEREST . THE redeemed according to Said property being in the der the Contract, Section 3250 - Good Things to Eat
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC the law, the property AMOUNT TO REDEEM county of Washington, 3 Segregated Facilities, 3260 -Heath & Fitness
TION ON October 29 described shall be sold to FOR September State of Florida. Unless Section 109, Executive Or- 3200 - Machinery/
2007 UNLESS THE BACK the highest bidder at the $ 3,620.05 IN U.S. CUR- such certificated shall be der 11246, and all applica- Equipment
TAXES ARE PAID. TO courthouse door on RENCY ONLY redeemed according to ble laws and regulations 3290 - Medical Equipment
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS October 29, 2007 at AMOUNT TO REDEEM the law, the property of the Federal Govern- 3300 - Miscellaneous
FOR PAYMENT OR TO 10:00 AM. FOR October $ 3,672.19 described shall be sold to ment and State of Florida. 3310 - usal InstlmSrumts
RECEIVE FURTHERA IN- IN U.S. CURRENCY the highest bidder at the Bids will be received until Supplies
FORMATION, CONTACT Dated this 27 day of ONLY. courthouse door on 3:00 PM. Eastern Stand- 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
THE CLERK OF COURT August , 2007 No Personal Checks Ac- October 29, 2007 at 10:00 ard Time (E.S.T.), on Oc- 3340 - Sporting Goods
IMMEDIATELY AT RO. cepted M tober 1, 2007, at the 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK-SUTE LINDA HAYES COOK Cashier's Checks, Money Owner's corporate office
SON AVE., SUITE 101, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Orders, and Western Un- Dated this 27 day of located at Aqua Utilities

32428, OR TELEPHONE COURT ion are the only other August , 2007 Florida, Inc., 1100 Thomas
(850) 638-6008 EXT 232. WASHINGTON COUNTY, alternatives accepted Avenue, Leesburg, FL. 31OO
FLORIDA As published in the Wash- LINDA HAYES COOK 34748. The Owner re-
AMOUNT TO REDEEM FisOR IDtNews Seap- CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT serves the right to reject Wanted To Buy antiques,
FOR September BY: J C Rogers, Deputy tember 1, September 8, COURT any and all bids collectibles, gold, silver,
S250209 IN U.S. CUR- Clerk September 15, September WASHINGTON COUNTY s published in the Wash- dinnerware, collections,
N O0NLY 7 September 15, September IDASHNGTON COUNTY, ington County News Sep- paintings, call Al Schmidt
ENCYONLY. 22, 2007 FLORIDA tember 8,15. 22, 2007. 850-638-7304

For Sale- Whirlpool
Washer, like new. Under
warranty. $225.00. Call

R&T Livestock
Auction-Misc. small ani-
mals; goats, sheep, and
ect. Every 2nd & 4th Sat-
urday, 11:00am. You bring
it, we'll sell it. 11 miles
north of Bonifay on Hwy
177A. Info, (850)547-3629.

B&B Furniture 1342
North RR Avenue, Chip-
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clean, quality furniture.
850-557-0211 or
850-415-6866. Ask for
Pasco or Carolyn
Ethan Allen sofa like new
$250. and 2 lazy boy
recliners $75. each. Sold
separately 850-547-7346
Furniture & Mattresses
Low, low, low overhead
guarantees low, low, low
prices. P&S Discount Fur-
niture, Chipley. (Since
1973) 850638-4311

Antiques & collectibles 1/2
price., September 6-8. 8
a.m. until. 205 E.
Wisconsin Ave. Bonifay.
Going out of Business
Big yard sale. Friday and
Saturday, Sept. 7 & 8.
509 Mclaughlin Ave, Boni-
Large Abandoned
Goods Sale. Friday & Sat-
urday, September 6th &
7th, 2007. 8am-5pm. Lo-
cated on the bypass
(Maple Avenue) Geneva,
AL. Near courthouse.
Multi-Family Yard Sale-
Fri-Sat, 4056 Hwy 77, be-
tween Chipley &
Graceville. 8:00-Until. An-
tiques, collectibles tools.
Lots more!
Yard Sale- 557 Davis St.,
Sept 7&8. 3 Family.
Clothes, 3T-24W. Sofa
Sleeper, tables, toys, pic-
tures. 8AM. Follow signs
from Caution light.
Yard Sale
808 1st Street, Chipley.
Clothing all sizes, an-
tiques, furniture and lots
more! Friday, September
7th; Saturday, September
8th. 7am-until
Yard Sale-Multi-family,
Saturday, Sept 8th,
7am-2pm. 1515 S. Hwy
79, Bonifay. Household
items & misc. 2.5 miles
south of 1-10.

For sale Scuppernongs
500 pound, you pick.
1837 Flowing Well Rd.
Bonifay. Call 547-2326 for
directions if needed.

K&L Farms
Green Peanuts for
1567 Piney Grove Rd.,
Monday thru Friday
Saturday 8am-Spm.
260-5003; 527-3380

T&T Vineyards. 430
Lovewood Rd. 600 lb
U-Pick or $1.00 lb We
Pick. 638-8391

New world class, 5 star
rated, fully featured hot
tubs, 24/7 tech supported,
warranted tubs at 45-60%
off retail prices. Tubs in
Demand- ACT SOON!
(850) 497-3897
15cubic ft refrigerator,
$50. Gas range $50. Mili-
tary Oak desk $500.
Visazza glass tile, teal
color 400sqft, $5/sq.ft.
Carnley Auto Salvage, we
buy junk cars. Call Bill or
Rick at 850-547-2603 or
For Sale, Metal studs and
track. Whirlpool dish-
washer Call Greg at
Hot Tub with cover.
$1500. Call 638-0677

Wanted, for sale, Musical
instruments of any kind in
any condition, antiques
and collectibles. Paying
cash. Call Bill Covington

Leola Brock Nurseries
LLC Plants, trees and
shrubs. Landscape de-
sign, landscape contract-
ing, irrigation systems.
1788 White Road, Bonifay,
FL 32425 (Washington
County) (850)638-1202;

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Administrative General
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OPPORTUNITY keeper. Must have Shop in Chipley. 20 REAL ESTATE
CHIEF FINANCIAL Health Care and Col- hours per week I
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be responsible for fi- for eligible applicants. athar 6190-Timeshare Rentals
nancial functions to in- Contact person Nancy Healthcare 6200 - Vacation Rentals
clude asset/liability Hall NHA Immediate Opening
management and re- 850-547-9289 Immediate Openingcal Thr-
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tivities, internal and reg- Driver Needed py Assistant (PTA) start-100
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cash management, and Drivers8 5 0 - 5 4 7 - 9 3 5 3,
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Headliners and Vinyl
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work at your home or
workplace. Reasonable
rates on new vinyl tops
and auto carpeting. Free
estimates. Call anytime,
leave message. (850)

K&E Cleaning Service's
Residential. Dependable
and fair prices. Refer-
ences. 850-773-2081;


J&J Cabinet Shop. For all
your kitchen cabinets and
house repair needs. Call
James S. Howell (850)
535-2839; 260-1619

Painting- Semi-retired
gentleman will paint inte-
rior, exterior, fences, lat-
tice work, etc. Small re-
pairs. Reasonable. Hon-
est, reliable, & careful. No
job too small. Local refer-
ences. Call John,

Sod Sod Sod Quality you
can depend on. Irrigated,
weed & pest controlled.
Centipede and St. Augus-
tine. Delivery and installa-
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of. Chipley for easy cus-
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time. Billy and Leola Brock
(850) 638-1202; 326-1500

1148 Jenks Ave
Ph: 850-784-7974
Fax 873-9959

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don't have the room, "We
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Employment Services

Notice: Post Office Positions Now Available. Avg. Pay
$20/hour or $57K annually including Federal Benefits and
OT. Get your exam guide materials now. (866)713-4492
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Equipment ForSale

Factory DirectTrailers: 125 in stock; Enclosed 6x 12=$1895,
7x16=$3195,8x20=$4495, 8x28=$5395; 10-Ton Goose-
neck Equipment8x25=$5895, 8x30=$6495.8x40=$8995;
Dumps 6x 10=$3295,7xl4=$4995, All types trailers avail-
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plus weekly performance bonuses afler promotion, company
truck and good benefits. Must havestrong leadership skills,
good driving history and be able to travel primarily within
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training program. Backhoes, Bulldozers, Trackhoes. Local
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down 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy, 5/BR $465/Mo! For listings
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(866)696-5263 X 2563.

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homesites in a gated community in eastern Alabama.
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Buy now, build when you're ready. Call owner: (866)339-

VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS my dream rustic 2- story log
cabin on 13 acres with barn, pastures, woods, creek, adjoins
JeffersonNational Forest with miles andmiles oftrails, have
to sell $389,500 owner (866)789-8535.

Acres from just $79,900 MINUTES TO ASHEVILLE
N.C. Enjoy sweeping mountain views, A mile of river
frontage and walking trails. Amenities include gated en-
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Financing Available. GRANDOPENING Saturday, Octo-
ber 13th Call Today! (877)890-5253 X 2987.

Direct Private Access to Jefferson Nat'l Forest. One ofa
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Incredible mtn views. Only $119,000.

Outstanding Mtn Views Trophy Trout Stream 6.5 AC -
$119,000 Secluded VA mtn acreage, private access to
Jefferson Nat'l Forest, buildable terrain. Asphalt rds w/
electric & phone, EZ terms. Call owner (304)262-2770.

Unbelievable LAND SALE! Saturday, September 15th.
20 acres only $29,900. SAVE $10,000. Plus. NO closing
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Mtn Land Bargains. Large trout stream propertiesw/nat'l
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A MTN BARGAIN! 11 + AC- $159,900 Wooded, rolling
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great mtn views, privacy, & your own trophy trout stream!
Backs up to Jefferson Nat'l Forest. State road frontage A
perfect getaway! $294,900. Call now (877)202-2727.

ATTENTION! Southeast Real Estate. A collection of
Lake, Mountain. Golf, Beach Front and Retirement Prop-
erties for sale by leading firms

Lakefront Community ofthe NC Blue Ridge Mtns. 90 miles
of Shoreline start $99,000. Call Now (800)709-LAKE.

Steel Buildings

All Steel Buildings. National Manufacturer. 40x60 to
100x250 Factory direct tocontractororcustomer. (800)658-
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Vacation Rentals

Eastern West Virginia: Private Native Brook Trout
stream, 100+ acre farm wilh log home, beautiful views.
Three weeks exclusive use each year. (304)588-5200.


Classified I Display | M-e o Daily

Week of SeptembelI 10, 2007

For Rent. 2BR/1V BA. Apt.
Require application. No
pets. 638-1918 or

2BR/1BA in Bonifay, all
electric, new appliances,
$350/mo., plus deposit.
638-7555; 547-2914


All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to
the Fair Housing Act which
makes it illegal to advertise
"any preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or
national origin, or an inten-
tion, to make any such pref-
erence, limitation or dis-
crimination" Familial status
includes children under the
age of 18 living with parents
or legal custodians, preg-
nant women and people se-
curing custody of children
under 18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any adver-
tising for real estate which is
in violation of the law. Our
readers are hereby informed
that all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are availa-
ble on a equal opportunity
basis. To complain of dis-
crimination call HUD toll-free
at 1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free number for the hear-
ing impaired is

2BR cabin 1BA, no pets.
$400 month, 1st, and last
month. Deposit required.
(850)326-2412. 8 miles
South Bonifay

� 8 � WashinQton County News � Saturday, September 8, 2007


6140 | 7150 8110
3BR/2bath home in Ponce ' 1993 Cadillac Seville
3BR/2bath home inLeon area, country set- 2 Nice Building lots in- STS. Northstar engine.
de Leon area, country set- side Chipley City limits, Great buy. $1,800.
ting. $595. month, $300 400 block of 2nd Street. 850-419-3034.
deposit. 850-265-3166 ' ' $29,500. 850-785-4621
-- IREAL ESTATE FOR SALE'1______2005 Silver Chevy Malibu
3BR/2BA, CH/A, large lot, I -_.A_'- I O-W'E- SL, loaded. 4 door. 41,000
conveniently located in 7100- Homes Wausau Lot 100xi150 miles. $8500.
Chipley. 547-2091 7110 - Beach Home/ ready for home or mobile, 850-260-5865.
-Property city water and electric on
House For Rent- 7120 - Commercial site. Jackson Street. For Sale-2003 Nissan
3BR/1.5BA, CH&A. 7130 - Condo/Townhouse $25,000. possible finance Murano. Silver color, all
638-76017140 - Farms & Ranches 638-1387 electric, loaded. Excellent
638-7601 7150 - Lots and Acreage condition. Asking $16,000.
7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots Call 850-260-1278 or
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7180 - Investment
| 6170 71g0 - Out-of-Town 8110
Real Estate
bedroom trailer for rent, 7200 - Timeshare 92 Cutlass Sierra V6. 8120
no pets. $400 month, 1st, Runs, drives & looks 1998 Mid-size Chevy
last & deposit. 638-0037 good. AC, cruise, PW, Blazer, tan, everything
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fay. $450 monthly, call af- OBO 850-548-1281 or
ter 5pm. 547-2346 Availa- 426 2nd Street Chipley. 334-701-0162
ble 9-15-07 2BR/2BA, completely re- 1987 Chevy Camaro Z28
modeled, new electric, wfT-top, new headliners & For Sale-1997 Nissan
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rent. (850)638-4689 flooring. 1200 sq ft 3 ac- paint job, runs great. highway miles. Profes-
res, $159,900 OBO. $4500 obo. 849-7830; sionally maintained. New
Bonifay- 3BR, $550. 2BR, (314)346-3303 owner pos- 849-7834 MichelineTires. Nice option
$425. In quiet Mobile siblefinancing package. $5500.50-6384228
Home Park. 547-4234 1991 Cadillac Sedan
3BR/11/2BA Brick Home. Deville with 121,000 miles,p-
Mobile Home for lease, 837 Chesnut Hill St. Chip- Clean as a pin, like new.
PDL area, 2B/lbath. No ley. 638-1832 Must see, everything 8130 ]
smoking, No pets. inside, works. $3800. 638-0703; 1996 Toyota Tacoma
Deposit and first month re- By owner 747 Gilbert 596-2642 1996 Toyota Tacoma
quired. $550. per -month. Drive, Chipley. (w) x-cab, V6, 4x4, LX pack-
for more info 718-2268; (h)547-2937 1995 Chevy Camaro, age, CD tool box, towing
850-537-3731 1995 Chevy Camaro,package, CD, white/gray
Z-28 , unusual in color. It cloth. $5,700..
Mobile Home for rent- ~ changes colors from 850-373-6350
2BR/2BA, CH&A. 1 mile hunter green, purple and
South of Bonifay. 7150 I blue. $4000.00. -
373-8922 MP Enterprises Land 8 5 03 - 5 4 8- 1 2 8 , - 1
Sale and Finance. 5 acres 334-701-0162 8160
Mobile Homes for rent in or more for houses only, 2002 Yamaha V-Star
Cottondale on Sapp Road, wooded & pasture. 3 mi- 1998 Cadillac Deville, V8 Classic. 650cc, Wind-
8 miles east of Chipley. les South of Chipley. Sedan, 4/door, 75,966 shield, Cobra Pipes, 5,200
3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA Highway 77, Gainer Rd., mileage excellent condi- miles. Runs great. $3,800.
available. Total electric. Houston Rd., Beadie Rd., tion, fully loaded. Call (850)638-1535
(850)258-4868; 209-8847 Duncan Community Rd., 547-2220 $7,675 _ ,.r:
www.charloscountryliv- Buddy Rd., (4) five acres
ing.com (8) ten acres (5) eight ac-
res. Owner financing or 2003 Honda Accord LX, 4 8330
The Park at 2350 cash. Low down payment, cyl,. sedan 4/door, For Sale 1999 NU-WA 5th
3BR/1BA$425 low monthly payments. 125,000 miles, excellent wheel RV w/3 slides 37
3BR/2BA $450 Call Milton Peel for infor- condition. Call 547-2596 FT. extra nice $21,500.00
547-3746 mation 850-638-1858 - or cell 768-0375, $9,800 850-547-5144


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