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Local schools celebrate
Literacy Week,
Pages A3 and A8


Wednesday, February3,2010 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 85, Number 84 ,50


For the latest
breaking news, visit
CHIPLEYPAPER.COM

News

BRIEFS
Temporary closure of
River Road
Special to the News
CHIPLEY The
Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT)
is currently working on
road and bridge design
plans to replace the
existing timber bridge
on River Road over Gum.
Creek. River Road will
be closed Feb. 9 11
(Tuesday -Thursday) from
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
as crews perform soil
tests. During the closure,
traffic will be detoured
onto CR 279 (Pate Pond
Road), CR 280 (Douglas
Ferry Road) and Brock
Road.

Chipley Council
-workshop
CHIPLEY There
will be a Chipley City
Council workshop on
Thursday, Feb. 4, at
5 p.m. in the City Hall
Council Chambers.


INSIDE


Local comments on
basketball sanctions,
sex offender
' ordinance
A4


Baseball camp
to feature major
leaguers
A5


Roulhac Middle
School honor rolls
A6


INDEX
Opinion ......................... Page A4
Extra........................ Page B1
Classified ..................... Page BI0

FREEDOM
NEWSPAPERS-INTERACTIVE
Phone: 850-638-0212
Web site: chipleypaper.com
Fax: 850-638-4601



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Book escapes ban so far


Committee recommends keeping 'The Yearling' on the shelves


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY A committee created to
review the classic novel "The Year-
ling" has recommended keeping the
1939 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel on
the reading list. The next step is now
in the hands of the person that made


the original complaint about the
use of the "N" word in the Marj9rie
Kinney Rawlings novel about life in
1930's rural Florida.
If the person who made the com-
plaint appeals the recommendation,
another committee would be formed
to review the book at the school dis-
trict level. That committee would
issue its owni recommendation


and the Washington County School
Board would decide whether to keep
the novel on the school reading list.
The request,to remove the book
was given to Chipley High School
Principal Steve Griffin several
weeks ago by a parent who stated
that the book was offensive due to
its reference to African Americans
by use of the "N" word. The par-


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USDA issues disaster de ration for Washington, Holescounties
USDA issues disaster declaration for Washington, Hoimes counties


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
TALLAHASSEE The U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture has reviewed
the,Florida Loss Assessment Re-
ports, along with the additional in-
formation submitted by the State
Executive Director, Farm Service
Agency (FSA). The information was
provided in a news' release' from
USDA.
Based on this review, USDA
has determined that there were
sufficient production losses in 60
counties to warrant a secretarial
disaster designation. These. coun-
ties have been designated primary
natural disaster areas, due to losses


caused by record cold weather, frost
and freezes that occurred during
the period Jan. 2 through Jan. 14.
Those counties include Holmes and
Washington counties.
In accordance with section
321(a) of the Consolidated Farm and
Rural Development Act, the follow-
ing Florida Counties are named as
contiguous disaster counties: Clay,
Jackson, Seminole and Walton.
Clay, Jackson, Seminole and Wal-
ton counties will be eligible for Farm
Services Agency emergency loan
assistance since they are named as
contiguous counties for this disas-
ter.
This designation makes farm


operators in both primary and con-
tiguous counties eligible to be con-
sidered for assistance from FSA,
provided eligibility requirements
are met. This assistance includes
FSA emergency loans and the Sup-
plemental Revenue Assistance Pay-
ments Program (SURE). SURE was
approved as part of the Food,' Con-
servation, and Energy Act of 2008
and was implemented beginning on
Jaxi. 4. FSA will consider each appli-
cation on its own merit by taking into
account the extent of losses, security
available and repayment ability.
Local FSA offices can provide af-
fected farmers with further informa-
tion.


ent has refused to be identified in
public.
Until reviewing of the book is
complete, "The Yearling" has been
pulled .from the 10th grade honors
English program.
The novel was adapted into a film
in 1946, starring Gregory Peck and
Jane Wynian. Both were nominated
for Oscars for their performances.


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| Council holds

hearings


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Feb.11

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Chipley City
Council will hold public hear-
ings on two ordinances Thurs-
day, Feb. 11 at 6 p.m. The hear-
ings will be for ordinances
changing rates for gas, water,
sewer, and impact and tap,
fees.
Council discussed possible
rate increases at its January
workshop and after looking
at a set of proposed figures
has decided to discuss rate in-
creases of $1 for the minimum
water rate for the first 2,000
gallons, $2 for the basic sewer
rate and $1.50 for gas.
Other changes being con-
sidered are:
Doubling impact fees for
new wastewater and water
fees. For example, one propos-
al has fees for new single-fam-
ily dwellings increasing from
$1,112.71 to $2,225.42.
Doubling new water and
sewdr tap fees. For example,
tap fees for three-quarter-inch
water lines would increase
from $494.54 to $989.09.
Rates for customers of wa-
ter and sewer services outside
city limits would also increase.
Increases in impact or tap fees
for new construction would not
affect existing residents.
One reason the Chipley
City Council is considering in-
creases is the $100,000 annual
payment for funding of the
sewer project. "This'would put
us back in decent shape," City
Administrator Morris said last
month.
There would be a "senior
discount'" whereby senior citi-
zens 65 or older who own their
own home, qualify for a home-
stead exemption for $25,000
and have $25,000 in gross ad-
justed income can get a 50 per-
cent discount on increases.
For information call 638-
6350.


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-Alabama anti-gambling task force head eyes casino boss


Associated Press
The new commander of
Gov. Bob Riley's antigam-
bling taskforce said Monday
an Alabama casino owner
may have been obstructing
justice when he hired a de-
tective to trail the last task
force head, -who quit after
winning $2,300 gambling at
a Mississippi casino.
Mobile County District
Attorney John Tyson Jr.,
picked by Riley to succeed
David Barber, said he hasn't
gambled in nearly 20 years
when he wagered and lost
about $20 at a newly opened
Mississippi casino.
Tyson questioned wheth-
er Victoryland casino owner
Milton McGregor crossed a
legal line when he hired a
detective to follow Barber
to an Indian casino in Mis-
sissippi. Riley announced
Jan. 15 that Barber had re-
signed after disclosing his
gambling winnings at the
casino.
"Mr. McGegor needs to
be concerned about wheth-
er or not he's going to in-
timidate law enforcement
officials from doing their
jobs. I think it borders on
obstruction and we are go-
ing to look into that immedi-
ately," Tyson said.
McGregor, who operates
more than 6,000 electronic
bingo machines at Victo-
ryLand in Shorter, said


last week he had a private
investigator follow Barber
and witness his winnings at
the Golden Moon casino in
Philadelphia, Miss.
McGregor defended his
actions Monday. "You can
monitor activities going on
around you. Everyone is en-
titled to do that," he said.
McGregor said Tyson
should look at Barber's
trip to Mississippi, includ-
ing whether any other Ri-
ley appointees joined him,
whether they received free
meals and drinks,'and how
he picked the winning ma-
chine.
Tyson said Monday he
and his wife, Beth, visited
a Mississippi casino short-
ly after the first casinos'
opened in 1992 and spent
about $20.
"It took us about 15, may-
be 20 minutes and we lost
it," Tyson said.
He said he had 'never
gambled anywhere plse in
the United States or abroad,
but had been back to a Mis-
sissippi casino to see a mu-
sical performance and eat
in a restaurant.
One of the business own-
ers targeted by Riley's task
force, Country Crossing
developer Ronnie Gilley,
said he and other gambling
operators are trying to de-
velop restaurants and con-
cert venues that compare
to those at Mississippi ca-


Electronic bingo and Country Crossing supporters listen
Chairman speak during d support rally'for the employee
Monday, Feb. 1, 2010.


sinos.
"We're trying to set it up
so he doesn't have to go to
Mississippi to see a show or
eat in a good restaurant,"
Gilley said.
Tyson is a Democrat and
Riley a Republican, but they
share the same view about
the legality of the thou-
sands of electronic bingo
machines in Alabama.
'"The electronic bingo,
machines they have are


really nothing more than
slot machines, and slot mna-
chines are,illegal," Tyson
said at a news conference
with Riley.
Riley started the task
force a year ago to crack
down on gambling. One of
its first efforts was to assist
Tyson in seizing more than
120'illegal gambling devices
from Mobile businesses in
March.
Since then, the task


"Your grandmother's
bingo game is what is au-
thorized," he said.
Sof Tyson was the: Demo-
4r "cratic nominee for attorney
general in 2006, but lost
to Republican Troy King,
who 'was initially appointed
to the job by Riley in 2004.
Since then, King and Riley
have fallen out over the
gambling issue, with King
saying that machines can
be used in some locations:
Tyson said he didn't un-
derstand how King camd to
that conclusion. "Frankly, I
think his loose interpreta-
tion of the law is what got
'this whole thing started,"
the district attorney said.
In response, King is-
sued a statement saying:
"It is not surprising, but it is
AP disappointing, to see rheto-
to Houston County ic, politics, and agendas,
of Country Crossing on yet again get in the way of
esof Country Crossing n the.law. If Mr. Tyson, as he
claims, is havingahard time
understanding my inter-
force has raided one of the pretation.of the law, before
state's largest electronic he saddles up with heavily
bingo halls in White Hall armed state troopers, put-
and tried to raid Gilley's ting them and the public at
Country Crossing at Do- risk, he should spend some
than before being stopped time reading the 17 differ-
by a judge. ent constitutional amend-
Tyson would make no ments that legalize bingo in
comments about possible 16 counties in Alabama."
targets or raids, but he said Riley and Tyson said the
laws allowing bingo in some appointment does not come
counties were written for with any compensation be-
traditional bingo cards, not. yond Tyson's salary as dis-
machines. trict attorney.


Sunny Hills fire service public service announcement now online


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chiploypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washing-
ton County Board of County
Commissioners'has sent a
public service announce-
ment explaining the BOCC's
position on elements of the
ongoing controversy over
fire service in Sunny Hills. A


complete copy"of the PSA is Sunny Hills Volunteer Fire
atchipleypaper.com. Department, Inc. .,
On Oct..22, 2009,. the Sunny Hills fire service
BOCC voted to contract fire has been an issue for sev-
service with a new service eral years and controversy
provider, now entitled the continues. The BOCC ad
Washington County Fire De- covers the following in no
apartment Sunny Hills Sta- particular order of impor-
tion, as of Thursday's regu- tance:
lar meeting ,of the BOCC. *Thereasonforcontract-
The -new provider replaced ing for service with the 11
the former contract holder, fire departments in Wash-


ington County
*The failure of the for-
mer provider, SHVFD, Inc.,
to have certified firefight-
'ers, including former Fire
Chief GlenZanetic
*Allowing firefighters
that were not certified for
Firefighter I to enter "hot
zones" and fight fires in vio-
lation of state regulations
and therefore not in compli-


ance with the contract
*The BOCC terminated
its agreement with SHVFD
because the, organization
was in, violation of state
standards
. *Despite various reports
the BOCC was not involved
in "breaking and entering"
the Sunny Hills .firehouse,
but entered under court or-
der -. '


*Firefighting equipment.
was missing from the of-
ficial inventory in the court
order
*SHVFD is not recog-
nized as a fire department
by the State Fire Marshall,'
is not funded by the BOCC,
and "is not a viable fire de-
partment"
SHVFD has filed a law-
suit against the BOCC


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Washington County News I A3


(HIPLEY Jan. 25-29 was "Lit-
eracy Week Florida." To celebrate
Roulhac Middle School had a spe-
cial theme for each day. Wednes-
day was "Reading Rocks, Wear
Funny Socks;" Thursday was "Dress
as a Word" and Friday was "Score
with Books," wear your favorite
team gear. The top five accelerated
readers in each grade level were
also honored with a special lunch
with Principal Mike Park.

SPECIAL TO THE NEWS


Community

BRIEFS

Talent showcase
at VHS
VERNON Vernon High
School will be performing
a showcase on Feb. 5, at
7 p.m. for the general public.
The showcase will be used
to showcase all of the Ver-
non High School Theatre
Department's talents. This
will be a fundraiser for the
department.
Keeping with the Alice
and Wonderland theme, the
showcase will be based off
of Disney movies. Classic
Disney scenes will be acted
out, songs will be belted and
students will perform a se-
lection from their upcoming
musical.
Tickets will be $5 for
adults, $3 for students, and
will be free for children 7 and
under. Formore information,
contact Theatre Dept. Direc-
tor, Jill Cook, by phone 535-
2046 ext. 1402, or by e-mail, at
vhstheatre@live.com.

Candidates' forum
in Marianna
MARIANNA Concerned
Americai Patriots of Jack-
son County, Inc., will meet on
Monday, Feb. 15 from 6:00-
7:00 p.m. at the Ag Center,
State 90 West (next to Na-
tional Guard Armory), Mari-
anna. Guest Speakers will
be: Marti Coley (R) and Da-
vid Pleat (D), candidates for
the District 7 Florida House
of Representatives seat cur-
rently held by Coley. Attend-
ees will have the opportunity
to meet, hear, and ask ques-
tions of the candidates. For
information e-mail sybilan-
dreasen@yahoo.com.


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James Brogdon, 41, Vernon, child sup-
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Brain Brown, 29, Bonifay, violation of
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David Burger, 30, Bonifay, Child sup-
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Alonzo Cole, 30, Panama City, child
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John Cope, 33, Cape Coral, child Sup-
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Bobby Dawsey, 26, Geneva Ala., Driv-
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Joseph Justice, 39, Cottondale, felony
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Benjamin Leavins, 31, Westville, child
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Christopher Lyons, 39, Franklin Tnn.,
discharging a firearm in public.
Stephen Morrell, 39, Lynn Haven, pos-
session of marijuana less than 20 grams.
Alex Payne, 19, Chipley, violation of
, county probation on possession of mari-
juana less than 20 grams and possession
of paraphernalia.
David Petty, 30, Chipley, violation of
state probation on Driving while license
suspended or revoked.
Travis Spurlock, 22, Youngstown, vio-
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A4 Washington County News


Opinion


JLocal VI

Local VIEWS


Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Basketball fight
The final ruling of the Florida High
School Athletic Association on the
basketball fight between Chipley and
Vernon drew the most response on
bonifaynow.com and chipleypoper.com last week:

You people need to get a life. It was
a children's sports game. Children will
become upset and fight. Sports tend to
being out the aggression in children and
adults. As a social worker and a parent
of 2 high school students, one who avidly
plays all sports, the entire incident was
blown way out of proportion. The game
was called off and everybody was sent
home. Beyond the school perhaps issuing
a short suspension for the student who
threw the first punch the whole incident
should have been finished. Instead the
parents became involve and now we are
looking for people to blame. It is no one
in particular's fault. It was just a fight
started between children.
concerned citizen

I am a ref. I might have had rabbit ears
about 18 years ago, but I learned quick.
You are also correct that it is good when
you do not notice the officials. But, at
some point during a game one side will
not agree with a call. I do not know about
being a terrible ref, refs look terrible when
the game is played sloppy and terrible. I
have been fortunate enough to call many
years of playoffs and state tournaments.
But I do not thrive on attention. My job
is to call the game the best I can without
being noticed. There are some that want
attention from the time they step out on
the court or field.
JRM

I do think the fight should have
ever happened but I also think that the
referees should have nipped this in the
bud long before it came to turn out like
it did. This had to have been an ongoing
thing throughout the entire game for
a kid to just out and throw a punch. I
played every sport in school and don't
get me wrong there were times where I
would have liked to have threw a punch


myself but not after one push ou
way. I did not attend the game a
have seen was the one video thE
over and over on TV The refere
to start calling fouls and get it c
the beginning that a player can
bench for the rest of the4 game
incident like this escalates.


Did you notice during the res
incident that the coach you're re
was helping restore order? He e
a couple of blows from fans, pan
players from the other team. Wh
reaction to seeing a player safe
issue? Have you also been at all
to observe how this person helpE
coach and players? Food for thoi
second of video of you were reco
the publicto view, would you still
job? Also, if you KNEW anything
man who is also a volunteer fire
you'd regret ever saying anything
Obs

How are the adults that were
fights being punished? You knov
ones that came down out of the 1
and started punching players ar
young people. If they had stayed
seats there wouldn't have been r
problems.


I graduated from high school
years ago. Fights happened. Kid
disciplined and that was the end


Hey, folks, tempers flare in
It happens all the time, may
extent, but it does happen.'
mountain out of a mole hill.
this is a favorite thing in an(
Washington County schools
around you, The Yearling cc
hood rat, hoodlum mess. Di
anything better to do, like e
students? Think about it.


Big Sam would have sai
did what they did, penalties
been applied, suspensions


ut of the
md all I
ey showed
es need
lear from


done, forget it let us move forward
and learn from our mistakes. Practice
sportsmanship.
Michigan


sit on the Yes I know that things are tight. I
before an graduated from Vernon more than 10
yrs ago. When I was in school I put
sportsll0 in more time after school than any of.
today's kids are putting in. Further more
t of the I am a teacher and I know about the
ferring to supplements and the hours involved
ven took with them. For the time that I put in
cents, and my supplement pays me far less than'
ty is his minimum wage. It is very sad that this
such a big happened but it did. Hopefully things can
the games be changed, but it has to come from the
s out the very top.
ught, if one Vernon Grad
)rded for
l have your Vernon Grad, you are clueless. The
, about this school and all its activities are so severely
fighter, stifled by budget cuts', it would be crazy
ig negative, to do what you are suggesting. The kids
erved it all have been punished as appropriate by the
FHSSA. No need to throw in additional
in the penalties just because you have issue with
v, the something. Let's rebuild, not tear down
bleachers more. Just because a few kids let their
id other attitudes get the best of them, no need to
in their further punish the school, the other kids,
nearly the or the program which includes your
suggestion of taking away the coach's
parent supplement. Those coaches already put in
WAY more hours than that money allows
41 for. I bet YOU aren't volunteering a dime
Is were of your time for the schools. .
of it. Sandra'


team sports.
ybe not to this Time to pay up. Take the coaches
Why make a supplements away for next year to pay for
Me thinks the fines. They are not able to keep their
d around players in check. Guess the hood rat story
s. Just look will take a back seat now... The forfeiture
controversy, the of games by both teams had no financial
don't you have impact on the schools because the games
ducating the were away games. Well what about the'
teams that had games cancelled at there
WCvoter home gyms? Vernon and Chipley should
have to pay money to them for not playing
.d players the game. They all lost ticket sales and
s have concession money.


have been


Vernon Grad


Sex offender restrictions
A proposed ordinance before Bonifay
City Council regulating where convicted
sex offenders and predators could live
drew a considerable amount of response:

You are blinded by ignorance if you
think this type of ordinance will protect
you oi anyone. It's simply a false sense of'
security. Does putting'a fence around your
yard keep out burglars? No, it just makes
you think you are safe. People, you need to
focus on the problem, not a band aid on the
symptom. Get help for these people, which
is what they want, and you will see less of
this problem.
Anonymous

Think that all the little girls that have
been abused and murdered in Florida in
recent years that have been in the news
have been by sex offenders. we need to do
something.
what about the kids

An ordinance may not keep someone
from abusing again, but, trying to put
something in place can't hurt. If it saves
one child from abuse then it has worked.
The statement of when you allow our
politicians to rob one citizen of his liberty,
a sexual abuser deserves no liberty. They
deserve a lot of things, but freedom and
liberty are not two of them.
JRR

Some people just have to much time on
their hands and nothing better to do but
stir things up. Contrary to what they may
think, sex offenders are not sitting around
thinking of ways to snatch up young vic-
tims. They are trying to assimilate back
into society, trying to put together lives
that were hurt from their actions, They for
the most part are trying to live a quiet life
dealing with the repercussions-that the
stigma of sex offender leaves on them and
their families. The cold hard fact is that in
our world there are some that will cross
the line and harm others, however, no ordi-
nance or law will keep those that are truly
evil from doing harm.
Been There


High-speed rail: Fast track to the poorhouse


THOMAS J. LUCENTE Jr.
Florida Freedom Newspapers
LIMA, Ohio It must
be a sickness. Perhaps
the superb doctors at the
National Naval Medical
Center in Bethesda, Md.,
can give President Barack
Obama something to cure
his delusional state.
On Thursday, a day
after a State of the Union
address in which St. Barack
made silly promises such
as a spending freeze that
might save $250 billion if
maintained for 10 years,
he handed out $8 billion for


a high-speed rail project
that will be a further drain
on our already fragile
economy.
Better yet, his
administration is
comparing this latest
ill-considered raid on
the public treasury to
President Dwight D.
Eisenhower's interstate
highway project.
What hubris!
The two projects are
incomparable. As Randal
O'Toole, a senior fellow
with the Cato Institute
wrote last year, high-
speed rail is not the new


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interstate highway system.
O'Toole pointed out five
. differences:
1) Before Congress
approved the Interstate
Highway System, it had
a good idea how much it
would cost;
2) Highway users paid
for interstate highways,
whereas high-speed rail
will be almost entirely
subsidized by general
taxpayers who will rarely
use it;
3) Interstate highways
connect all 48 contiguous
states and major
metropolitan areas and


the high-speed rail plan
consists of six unconnected
networks that reach only 33
states and fewer than two-
thirds of the nation's 100
largest urban ardas;
4) The average
American traveled 4,000
miles on interstates in
2007 while high-speed rail
proponents optimistically
estimate that the average
American would ride the
high-speed rail system
fewer than 60 miles per
year; and
5) Interstate highways
improved social welfare
by increasing highway


safety while high-speed rail
would actually increase ,
energy consumption and
greenhouse gas emissions.
However, none of that
really matters to liberals
who have ignorantly
jumped on the high-speed-
rail bandwagon.
Granted, $8 billion in
the Obama era of epic
spending does not seem
like much. However, that
is merely the seed money
to get the project off the,
ground. The final price tag
will likely near $100 billion,
and that doesn't include
the continual annual
subsidies to keep the rail
system running because
anyone who has actually
thought about the issue
knows the system will not
be able to generate enough
funding to maintain itself
without the subsidies.
Has this administration
not learned anything
from the failed Amtrak
experience? Do supporters
really believe Amtrak failed
simply because the trains
were not traveling fast
enough?
Ludicrous.
I enjoy a train ride as
much as the next person
does. There is something,
dare I say It, romantic
about the idea of traveling
by train.
However, here in the
real world, high-speed rail
is a romantic pipe dream
only supported by big-
government liberals who
do not have the slightest
understanding of how an
economy operates.
If high-speed rail were
such an attractive and
desired option, the private
sector would have already
provided it.
The fact that no
company has created a
high-rail train system is
a testament to the lack of
need for such an animal.
Additionally, while
we all will share in its
cost, only the wealthy
elite will benefit. For
example, Amtrak charges
a minimum of $99 for its


high-speed Acela from
New York to Washington,
but only $72 for its
conventional train. For $99,
you could take a plan from
New York to Washington.
For about $20, you can
take a bus (including free
Wi-Fi).
Who is going to shell out
, $100 when you only have to
spend $20?
The European and
Japanese train systems
are often held up as
examples to be emulated.
However, that is another
illusion.
"Japanese and French
high-speed trains are
attractive to tourists, but
they're not heavily used by
local residents," O'Toole
wrote. "Residents of Japan
and France on average
ride their bullet trains less
than 400 miles a year."
The president,
governors and mayors
who are chasing after this
elusive transportation
system are no better than
Don Quixote attacking
windmills: they both seem
silly to watchers but the
participants are convinced
they are doing something
important.
If Obama is successful
in guiding this project to
fruition, the only thing that
will be moving faster than
those empty trains will
be your money from your
wallet to the government
to pay for this epic
boondoggle.

Thomas J. Lucente
Jr. is a columnist with
The Lima (Ohio) News, a
Freedom Communications
newspaper He is also a
' veteran of the Iraq war
and a law student at the.
University of Toledo in
Toledo, Ohio. Visit his blog
at http://www.lucente.org.
Readers may write to him
at The Lima News, 3515
Elida Road, Lima, Ohio
45807-1538, or e-mail him
at tlucente@limanews.
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Kiwanis hosts 12 new Take Stock In Children recipients


CHIPLEY At the weekly
club luncheon on Tuesday,
Jan. 26, the Kiwanis Club
hosted the new recipients
of Take Stock In Children
scholarship contracts.
After awarding 25 schol-
arships in the past two years
to graduates of Chipley and
Vernon high schools, new
scholarship contracts have
been offered to 12 students
to enter the program. Each
scholarship pays for 120
credit hours (four years) of
tuition at Florida universi-
ties, colleges and technical
centers.
Vernon students and
their current grade are
Dennis Brown (eighth), An-
geleigh Donaldson (eighth),
Taylor Pope (10th) and Car-
oline Poppell (ninth).
Chipley recipients are
Loretta. Latham (ninth),
Courtney Lee (ninth),
Joshua Pitts (ninth), Da-
mion Potter (ninth), Dia-
mond Potter (7th), Reheia
Sorey (ninth), Emily Stew-
art (11th), and Shonquelle
Swain (11th).
With the addition of the
12 new students, there are
a total of 58 students in
Washington County schools
with future scholarship en-
titlements subject to high
school graduation. As each
student has an adult men-


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Dr. Sandra Cook, Superintendent of Schools, poses with 11 new recipients of Take Stock In Children
scholarship contracts. Recipient Diamond Potter was not present for the photo.


tor, there are also 58 local
citizens donating 15 to 45
minutes per week dur-
ing the school year to help
these students graduate
and receive their scholar-
ship.
What sets the TSIC
program apart from other
scholarship programs is
the age range for qualifi-
cation, the appointment of
an adult mentor to coordi-
nate with the student on a
frequent basis throughout


the school year, the writ-
ten contract with the stu-
dent to maintain average
or above grades, stay away
from drugs and alcohol, and
generally be a good citizen
and active in school and
community events outside
the classroom. More than
9,000 high school gradu-
ates across Florida have
, received TSIC scholarships
since 1999.
The reason that TSIC
has the mentor program is


that state-wide studies vali-
date that students who have
an adult mentor outside the
family are 59 percent more
likely to get better grades,
'52 percent less likely to skip
school, 64 percent more
likely to develop higher lev-
els of self confidence, and
46 percent less likely to be-
gin using drugs.
The Washington Coun-
ty -program: is one of the
most successful in Florida
among the 66 counties with


programs. Success of the
program is due solely to
the generosity of Washing-
ton County individuals and
organizations making do-
. nations to the Washington
County Scholarship Foun-
dation, Inc. The value of the
25 scholarships awarded
so far is approximately
$275,000 and represents
about $138,000 in local do-
nations that have ranged
from $500 to $2,500 each.
Local donations are


tax deductible as they are
made to an IRS qualified
charitable foundation. For
more information, contact
David Solger at 638-1276 or
go to www.takestockinchil-
dren.com.
Take Stock In Children
for Washington County re-
ceives matching funds from
the Florida TSIC program
that double the local con-
tributions, and those com-
bined funds are then plade
with the Florida Prepaid
College Foundation, Inc., to
grow until the selected stu-
dent becomes fully quali-
fied by graduating from
high school.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been providing
support to youth oriented
events and programs for
.69 years and last year sup-
ported 36 organizations
throughout the county. The
club meets Tuesdays af
Pattillo's Restaurant in the
middle of the Washington-
Holmes County Technical
Center (WHTC) at Noon.
For an invitation to lunch,
contact any Kiwanian or
call Mark Collins, Member-
ship Chairperson, at (850)
258-9453.
. For more information
about the Kiwanis Club
of Chipley, visit www.Chi-
pleyKiwanis.com.


Baseball skills camp

features major leaguers


CHIPLEY Pals Park in
Chipley has announced
registration for a Baseball
Skills Camp, which this year
will feature some Major
League Baseball players as
part of the 2010 baseball pro-
gram.
The Skills Camp,' spon-
sored by Community South
Credit Union-in Chipley, fea-
tures Atlanta Braves pitcher
Jaye Chapman and Pitts-
burgh Pirates pitcher Mike
Crotta, and will be held on
Saturday, Feb. 20.
Registration is now under
way and the camp promises
to be filled to capacity.
Rey Gustason, coach and
longtime Pals Park sports
supporter said, "This camp
promises to be one of the
best ever organized by the
Pals Park Staff and we are


very proud of the fact that
we are getting some interest
from Major League Base-
ball organizations. We also
want to thank Community
South Credit Union for their
support 'in helping to attract
sports figures of this stature
to our community."
Any ballplayer, male or fe-
male, from 6 through 12 years
of age, with. an interest in
improving baseball skills, in-
cluding pitching, hitting and
fielding, should contact Pals
Park at 638-6348 or Rey Gus-
tason at 638-5663.
Registration for the skills
camp ends on Feb. 15 and
costs $25, with all proceeds
benefiting the Pals Park
sports programs.
For more information on
this story visit www.PalsPark.
org.


The Jackson County Sheriff's Office
has identified a telephone scam that has
started affecting citizens of Jackson Coun-
ty. This scam involves people contacting
citizens and portraying themselves a debt
collectors. Reports indicate the debts are
mostly fictitious and the callers are intimi-
dating and sometimes verbally threatening
in an effort to get money. Victims have
reported their telephone caller identifica-
.tions sometimes indicate the calls are
coming from Tate and Kirlin Associates
and have been associated with the phone
number 267-407-0100 and 866-520-
3776. Further research indicates there
might be more than two dozen telephone
numbers used during this scam.
Sheriff Lou Roberts would like to remind
everyone to be careful when dealing with
people over the telephone or computer,
especially when you have not initiated the
contact and to follow basic safety guide-
lines.


Always report threatening, ha-
rassing, or fraudulent telephone'calls to
local law enforcement or you sheriff's of-
fice.
Register all your phone numbers
on Florida's Do Not Call list.
Never provide personal or finan-
cial information over the telephone or
computer..
Be suspicious, even calls offering
you something for free could be an effort
to illegally obtain information from you
that could be detrimental to your identity
or finances.
-Educate your selves on theses
types of crime to avoid becoming a vic-
tim. This information can be obtained
from Florida's Attorney General Web site
located at http://www.myfloridalegal.
com and many other crime prevention
Web sites such as the National Crime Pre-
vention Council's located at http://www.
ncpc.org/.


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WIREGRASS

HIGH SCHOOL

HOME RUN DERBY

The 16th annual Wiregrass
High Schpol Home Run Derby
will be held on Feb. 6 at the
Rehobeth High School baseball
field.
The professional players
attending will be Clint Robinson
of the Kansas City Royals, Gabe
Gross of the Tampa Bay Devil
Rays, and CodyJohnson of the
Atlanta Braves.
Advance tickets are $5
and can be bought at C&M
Sporting Goods. Tickets can be
purchased at the gate for $8.
AIllHome Run Derby hitters must
wear a complete uniform. The
three high-school finalists will
advance to the championship
round to compete against Major
League baseball players.
The championship round
will begin at 3 p.m. and the
Wiregrass Home Run Derby
champion will be crowned
following this round. The
professional players will
compete against the high school
finalists.
Home Run Derby schedule:
9 a.m. All hitters
registered
9:30 a.m. Preliminary
Round. "A"
10:30 a.m. Preliminary
Round "B" .
12:15 p.m. Second Round
1 p.m. Third Round
2 p.m. Forth Round
3 p.m. Major League
Hitting Exhibitionand Finals
For more information, contact
Larry Tubbs at 334-701-5060.



Tri-State

Livestock

REPORT

For the week ending Jan 29,2010:
Florida Livestock Auctions: Receipts
totaled $7,742 compared to $10,788 last
week and $9,643 a year ago. Compared to
one week ago; slaughter cows were steady
to $2 lower; bulls were unevenly steady;
feeder steers. were steady to $2 higher;
heifers to $1 higher; replacement cows
mostly steady.
Georgia Livestock Auctions: Receipts
in 25 markets totaled $9,018 compared to'
$10,861 last week and $11,051 a year ago.
Compared to one week ago; slaughter '
cows were steady $2 lower; bulls mostly
steady; feeder steers were $1-3 lower;
heifers were $1-3 lower; calves were
steady $2 lower; replacement cows were
$1 higher.
Alabama Livestock Auctions:
Receipts totaled $11,750 compared to
$14,197 a week ago and $13,123 a year ago.
Compared to a week ago; slaughter cows
were $1-2 lower and bulls were $1 lower;
feeder steers $2 higher, instances of $3
lower; feqder heifers steady to $2 lower,
instances of $3 lower; feeder bulls $1-3-
lower; replacement cows and pairs were
mostly steady.

Feeder Steers:
Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.
Fla. Ga. Ala.
$104-140 $105-130 $106-128
400-500 lbs.
Fla. $90- Ga. $94- Ala. $95-
119 114. 115
500-600 lbs.
Fla. $88- Ga. $85- Ala. $85-
114 104 "109
Feeder Heifers:
Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 Ibs.
Fla. $80- Ga. $87- Ala. $93-
107 106 110
400-500 lbs. '
Fla. $78- Ga. $81- Ala. $85-
96 97 96
500-600 Ibs.
Fla. $75- Ga. $76- Ala. $78-
90 88 90
Slaughter Cows: 90 Percent Lean


Time's advance means more meaningful memories


The Washington County
News carried the tragic story
of the accidental death of my
brother, Clyde B. Wells, on Feb.
2, 1990. The crushing news
came to our
family on that
fateful day
V 20 years ago
S yesterday. The
desire to write
about Clyde's
life still lingers
PERRY'S with me.
PRATTLE In previ-
Perry Wells .ous Prattle
columns, I
have mentioned a file I have
maintained for many years,
simply labeled "Gems." In re-
viewing this classic collection
recently, many old "clippings"
which Clyde sent to me down
through the years were again
read.
Even though my brother
held the highly responsible
and serious job of circuit judge
for 17 years prior to his un-
timely death, he retained his
great sense of humor and
found comedy in a cross sec-
tion of writings, personal situ-
ations and actual life experi-
ences that he observed along
the pathway of life.
One treasured item, which
I attribute to Clyde, is a writing
titled "The Breath of a City." It
is a poem written by an airman
at Tyndall Air Force Base, date
unknown, relating, in comical
terms, a detailed poetic disser-
tation of the unpleasant odors
emanating from Panama
City's noted paper mill. The
writing was recited by its au-
thor at The Information Hour
held weekly at the base. It is
too lengthy to include here, but
I will share with anyone who
wants a copy.
An ad in the Classifieds
section under the heading of
Jobs Wanted in a Moultrie,
Ga. newspaper, with no date
listed came to me from brother
Clyde. It read as follows: "I
have refused job offers be-
cause I did not want to work
for the people that offered me


Our mother, Marie Wells, sits with her son, Clyde, in
his DeFuniak Springs home during Christmas 1989, just
weeks before his fatal accident.


jobs.
"I have reconsidered and
would accept a part time job,
not over 4 days a week, with
any of these people. But I
know I will not be satisfactory
working for anyone I don't
want to work for.
"I need part time job now
and if any of these people
have jobs available and want
to work me, contact me for all
other information." (Our guess
at the time was no takers!)
An item from the Play-
ground Daily News of June
6, 1985 was clipped by Clyde
and mailed to me with the fol-
lowing hand-written notation:
"Thought you would be inter-
ested in this since it was your
stomping grounds, CBW"
The article is titled "Berea:
'Poor man's Harvard in
Mountains of Appalachia."
The story is about Berea Col-
lege, in the Kentucky town
where members of the Wells
family enjoyed many outdoor
bluegrass festival in the 1980s
staged by the McClain Family,
well known bluegrass artists.
Berea College is noted for re"
quiring its students, none pay-
ing tuition, to work 10 hours a
week sweeping floors, washing
dishes or operating the Boone
Tavern Hotel to help pay their
room and board. Boone Tavern


is an excellent dining experi-
ence, should you ever have
opportunity to visit there.
Another newspaper article
from the Appalachian region,
which might have come from
Clyde, gives a detailed report
on Carter Fold, the home place
of noted old time folk and
country musicians, the Carter
Family. Many will recall A.P
and Sara, along with Mother
Maebelle, Carter as pioneers
in the music field. Later
Mother Maybelle and three
daughters, June, Anita and
Helen, formed their own family
musical group, becoming star
performers. .
A Saturday night hoe down
style musical performance is
still carried on at the old A.P
Carter store, located in the
Clinch Mountains near the
town of Hiltons, Va. Joe and
Jeanette Carter, children of
A.P and Sara, initiated the
Weekly music show, with a
museum established in the old
store.
The shows are continuing
under the leadership of other
members of the well known
Carter Family musical family
since the deaths of Joe and
Jeanette. My sister, Muriel
and husband, Roy, had op-
portunity to visit the historic
Carter Fold in the fall of 2009.


Another personal note writ-
ten by my left-handed brother
Clyde, was his approval of a
document prepared by your
writer, by request, relative to
some business affairs of our
late parents, Hugh and Marie
Wells. Excerpts from this 1975
memo written on a Clyde B.
Wells, Circuit Judge memo.
pad reads, "I appreciate your
efforts in bringing this matter
to a successful conclusion. It is
undisputed that you are most
qualified for that role Clyde".
My brother participated
in my investiture as county
judge on Jan. 4, 1977. The oath,
which he administered to me,
is handwritten and is still in
my files. The charge as to the
duties and responsibilities of
the new judge was also deliv- ,
ered by Clyde. He highlighted
this item. "Probably the one
thing closest to the hearts of
Americans from one end of the
country to the other is justice."
Another highlighted selection
reads: "In every particular, be
conscientious, studious, thor-
ough, courteous, patient and
indifferent to private, political
or partisan influences."
One special admonition in
that charge contains a scrip-
tural reference, Deuteronomy
1:17-18. The wording, written
so long ago, sounds as if it
were written this day and
concludes with my brother
stating, "I charge you to take
heed of the words of that com-
mand recorded in God's Holy
Writ."
Many of my mementoes
concerning the life and death
of my brother have been
passed on to his son, Circuit
Judge Kelvin Clyde Wells, who
now occupies the same posi-
'tion in Walton County his dad
held at the time of his death.
Clyde B. Wells (Aug. 14,
1932 Feb. 2, 1990) was not
a perfect man. However, as
time passes, I find it easier to
recall his attributes and almost
impossible to remember his
imperfections.
See you all next week.


Roulhac Middle School announce
the second nine weeks and first seine
ter honor rolls:
SECOND NINE WEEKS
A Honor Roll
Fifth Grade: Alyssa Bonner, Willia
Boyett, Alexandria Davis, Ethan Ede
field, Lauren Finch, Sawyer Gage, Jasmir
Garvin, Grace Gilbert, Nathan Glover, Caitl
Granger, Beau Harden, Lauryl Hinson, Mai
son Kincaid, Mackenzie Lunsford, JonathE
Malloy, Olivia Marshall, Mackenzie Mile
Hannah Moore, Taylor Munroe, Shelby Ne
some, Faith. Padgett, Kylee Rhodes, Aust
Sapp, Cynthia Smith, Katherine Ussery, As
leigh Walters, Sony Ward, Katie Williams, J
lie Ziolkowski
Sixth Grade: Austin Adkison, Madisi
Bau, Elizabeth Bowen, Dalton Canipe, Da
iel Floyd, Steven Fritz, Katie Griggs, Jen
Kindig, Megan Mosley, Elexa Page, Katl
Pendleton, Whit Pettis, Midrell Pittman, Sa
Smith, Perla Valdovinos, Emily Whorwe
Austin Wyatt
Seventh Grade: Joshua Chambliss, Ka
la Coleman, Kelsey Gilley, Victoria Guilfor
Jessica Massey, Carley Mead,, Noah Smot
ers, Mary-Rosalyn Taylor
Eighth Grade: Madison Carter, .Tyl
Daniels, Richard Davenport, Sarah Gilbe
Hunter Harden, Tristan Hartzog, Alex
Johnson, Logan Justice, Sarah Kriser, Ma
thew Mosley, Olivia Saunders, Codi Smit
Casey Strickland, Colby Wiggins, Haley W
liams

AB Honor Roll
Fifth Grade: Nathanael Aycock, Ryan A
cock, Karena Bell, Yusuf Binmahfooz, Abigz
Bridges, Kaylie Brown, James Clark, Ma
dison Collins, Nathanael Crawford, Dam
Curry, Dylon Dalton, Eryka Daniels, Oliv
Davis, Elizabeth Fleener, Job Fomby, Warr
Gainey, Cara Griffin, Stacey Hamilton, Ha
nah Hardesty, Christopher Harrington, Ale
ander Harris, Bradly Hobby, Wendell Hod
es, Austin Holley, Crystiana Hunter, Cal
Hutchins, Colby James, Dallas Jones, Phil]
Justice, Madison Kent, Clair Kriser, Tiffai
Lee, Sydni Lowery Tucker Martin, Octav
Massaline, Gideon Massey, Gianna Mathew
Jessy Mayo, Kristian Mitchell, Lewis M
rales, Kayla ONeal, Juliann Padgett, Mar
Reyes, Ina Robinson, John Rowell, Bla
Sheppard, Adrian Sims, Elaijuah Staten, J
sica Thames, Angel Thompson, Gary Thu
man, Hunter Warren, Charles Whitak
Kristen Williams, Ric'Kina Williams, Sarn
Wilson, Christopher Wolfe, Kierra Woodhar
Sixth Grade: Nicole Barfield, Angeli
Baxley, Trenton Brock, Jachi Brown, Chl
Bruner, Nyasia Cook, Tea Creamer, Madisi
Curry, Kendal Daniels, Selena Davis, Lind
Dilmore, Ethan Draayom, Carrington Este
Joshua Formby, Landon Forrest, Dako
Francis, Alyssa Gainer, Lexi Helms, L(
Helms, Kaylee Hindman, Yeidianna Ho
kins, Parker King, Amber Lampley, Ros
Martinez, Savannah Orr, Mitchell Pleas, Tr
vis Prescott, Keith Robinson, Zane Rogei
Danielle Rummels, Shelby Savell, Nath:
Spencer, Jason Terrell, Colby Williams, Ma


es gan Zauner. -'. Brown, Anni Causey, Kallee Chamberlain,
.s- Seventh Grade: Heather Andersbri',-An-'.~James Glark,Maddison Collins, -Nathanael
,gel Aukema, Alena Blevins, Savannah Bow- Crawford, Dylon Dalton, Eryka Daniels, 01-
en, Wyatt Brock, Kennessee Cauley,- Conner. ivia Davis, William Deese, Tevin Downward,
,.Clark, Brittany Cope, Kacie Crews, Mikaela Ethan Edenfield, Lauren Finch, Job Formby,
.Davis, Quamiracle Davis, Reagan Destival, Warren Gainey, Jasmine Garvin, Cara Grif-
Im Cassie Drummond, Zamera Fisher, Alexis fin, Kierra Guester, Hannah Hardesty, Chris-
n- Fritz, Thomas Gage, Jesse Gainey, Bradley topher Harrington, Alexander Harris, Bra-
ne Hall, David Kilgore, Andrew King, Brittany dly Hobby, Wendell Hodges, Austin Holley,
lin Marsceill, Chelsea McEntyre, Jordan Melen- Caleb Hutching, Colby James, Dallas Jones, 1
di- dez, Kyli Miner, Brandon Nellums, Genesis Phillip Justice, Madison Kent, Clair Kriser,
an Pruitt, Katie Register, Ruben Reyes, Savan- Tucker Martin, Octavia Massaline, Gideon
es, nah Schaubhut, Madison Shifflett, Jayde Massey, Gianna Mathews, Jessy Mayo, Lew-
w- Smelcer, Silas Swint, Kenneth Vickery, Syd- is Morales, Kayla O'Neal, Julianna Padgett,
;in ney Ward, Courtney Woods Christopher Railsback, Maria Reyes, Ina
gh- Eighth Grade: Christopher Acker-, Robinson, John Rowell, Austin Sapp, Adrian
u- man, Chad Barcena, Amynah Binmahffoz, Sims, Seth Singletary, Dakota Skipper, Elai-
Myiesha Boston, Zi'Andra Boston, Morgan juah Staten, Jessica Thames, Angel Thomp-
on Carter, Hunter Crews, Farrah Davis, Chey- son, Gary Thurman, Brittany Usery, Warren
n- .enne Fenwick, Angel Finch, Richard Finch, Hunter, Heather Wheeler, Charles Whitaker,
na Matthey Fisher, William Foxworth, Alexis Kristen Williams, Ric'Kina Williams, Sarah
lin Goynes, Isaac Guettler, Sarah Guettler, Lo- Wilson, Christopher Wolfe, Julie Ziolkowski
ra rie Hamm, Allison Hayes, Macie Horton, Sixth Grade: Nicole Barfield, Seth Bat-
all, Shyanne James, Stephen Kauffman, Emily ton, Angelica Baxley, Trenton Brock, Jessica
Kent, Taylor Kent, Cary Laird, Kacy Lawson, Campbell, Zachary Campbell, Taylor Collins,
ay- Emaleigh Munn, Joshua Nedeau, Miranda Nyasia Cook, Madison Curry, Cole Daniels,
rd, Odom, Austin Padgett, Sagar Patel, Evan Selena Davis, Carrington Estes, Joshua
;h- Pemberton, Seth Pemberton, Allison Pettis, Formby, Landon Forrest, Dakota Francis,
Melanie Prescott, Brittney Sanders, James Michelle Fuston, Alyssa Gainer, Katie Griggs,
er Taylor, Dillon Ussery, Trista Waits, Brent Jacob Hailes, Lexi Helms, Lori Helms, Kay-
rt, Whittington, Christina Williams, Billy Wood- lee Hindman, Javian Holmes, Veidianna Hop-
is ham, Erin Wright kins, Parker King, Amber Lampley, Sandra
at- Leonberger, Skyler Leonberger, Rosio Mar-
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'il- Page, Mitchell Pleas, Travis Prescott, Keith
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Boyett, Alexandria Davis, Elizabeth Fleener, Reaunna Spencer, Hannah Stephens, Emily
ky- Sawyer Gage, Grace Gilbert, Nathan Glover, Whorwell, Colby Williams, Essence Williams,
ail Caitlin Granger, Beau Harden, Lauryl Hin- Maegan Zauner
ad- son, Madison Kincaid, Sydni Lowery, Mack- Seventh Grade: Jenna Adkins, Heather
ny enzie Lunsford, Jonathan Malloy, Olivia Mar- Anderson, Angel Aukema, Alena Blevins,
ia shall, Mackenzie Miles, Kristian Mitchell, Savannah Bowen, Wyatt Brock, Julie Car-
en Hannah Moore, Taylor Munroe, Shelby New- roll, Kennessee Cauley, Brittany Cope, Ka-
in- some, Faith Padgett, Kylee Rhodes, Blake cie Crews, Devan Daniels, Zephany Dan-
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PdL splits homecoming matchups


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

PONCE DE LEON The Ponce
de Leon Lady Pirates prepared'
for the upcoming District 1-2A
playoffs by. beating a tough-
Malone team 48-37 Saturday
night at Homecoming.
The Lady Pirates are the
No. 1 seed in the tournament.
that began Tuesday at Ponce
de Leon. The Lady Pirates play
the winner of Freeport-North-
view Friday at 7:30 'p.m. Com-,
plete brackets online and in the
Basketball roundup.
The hosts took a 20-10 first-
quarter lead as Jaicee Mayo
scored 6 points and Sha-Lea.
Yates tallied 4 points. PdL ex-
tended that lead to 30-14 at the
half.
The Lady Pirates extended
that lead to 43-20 after three
quarters and Coach Tim..Al-.
ford was able to get the bench,
plenty of playing time, espe-
cially in the second half. The
visitors fought hard for most of
the game and closed to a final
'score of 48-37.
Hillary Harper led all scor-
ers with i3 points for the Lady*
Pirates while Mayo ended up
with 10 points. Tessa Shack led
Maloh6 with 8 points.
* The Ponce de: Leon boys
gave a game effort but fell to
the quicker, more experienced
Malone Tigers 57-17 in the
nightcap. Malone took a 16-4
first-quarter lead and never
allowed the winless Pirates to


JAY FELSBERG I Washington County News
Ponce de Leon gets ready to head upcourt against Malone.


Jordan Thomas and Ashley Harper of'Ponce de Leon battle
Malone players for rebound.


get, closer than 11 points the
rest of the way.
Malone took a 25-9 halftime
lead and led 46-13 after three.
Ladarius McElroy led the


Tigers with 9 points while Chai
Baker, JeaAi Littles and Andre
Rogers scored 8 each. Derek
Cooey led the Pirates with 8
points.,


CECILIA SPEAKS I Washington County News
POPLAR SPRINGS Poplar Springs School celebrated its annual homecoming
Saturday night. The varsity basketball matchups were a split, as the boys defeated
Munroe 66-36 and the visitors edged the Lady Atomics 40-37.




Bay edges Chipley in soccer playoffs


PAT MCCANN
Florida Freedom Newspapers
PANAMA CITY BEACH Sel-
dom does a team that has just
watched its season end in a 4-0
district defeat leave the field in
higher spirits than the victor.
Yet it seemed that way Mon-
day night, Jan. 25 at Mike Gav-
lak Sports Complex after Bay
had eliminated Chipley in the
opening round of the 1-3A boys
soccer tournament.
Maybe that was fitting. Af-
ter all, the Tornadoes (10-12-0)
had defeated the Tigers (1-15)
twice during the regular sea-
son by the eight-goal mercy
rule.
When Bay sophomore Jar-
od Wilkins scored four minutes
into the match it appeared that
another rout could be in store.
Then a strange thing hap-
pened.
With the Tigers playing
loose, the Tornadoes slowly
were strangled by their frustra-
tion as the score remained the
same and the time dragged on.
It stayed 1-0 at the first water
break. Then at halftime. Then
at the second water break with
20 minutes left to play.
The Tornadoes had ample


scoring chances against keep-
er Chris Spencer, but of their
38 shots only 17 were on goal.
.Even when they were, Spencer
at times made sprawling saves
en route to 13 stops that kept
the Tigers within distance of a
miracle.
It still was 1-0 into the 72nd
minute before Bay notched
three goals in a six-minute
span to make the final appear
more convincing.
Until that blitz, Tornadoes
coach Ron Houpt muttered, "I
don't know if we could score if
they played without a goalie."
"We take these teams like
this for granted and they had
nothing to lose," Houpt said
of Chipley. "We couldn't finish.
When you have a lack of con-
centration this is 'what hap-
pens."
The Tigers managed only
three shots, and just one on
goal, but when Colby Finch at-
tempted their only corner kick
with the score still 1-0 in the
70th minute anything was pos-
sible. I
Chipley wound up with Sa-
lem Acuff's header being the
lone shot stopped by Bay keep-
er Chris Trotter. The Tigers
had a solid opportunity in the


first half when Jared Bozarth's
free kick from 28 yards caught
Trotter out high. The Torna-
does keeper couldn't recover
and get to Bozarth's floater,.
but it narrowly sailed over the'
crossbar.
Bay finally put the outcome
out of reach when Ashton Hicks
scored, followed by Dylan Mc-
Cormick and then Hicks in
quick succession.
Tigers coach Justin Ellis
acknowledged that it was one
of his team's best efforts of the
winter.
"It's been tough," he said of
the one-win season, "but we'll
get there."

Chipley 0 0-0
Bay 1 3-4
Scoring: 1. Bay, Jarod
Wilkins (Jacob .Wright) 4th
minutes. 2. Bay, Ashton Hicks
(Jarod Wilkins) 72nd minute. 3.
Bay, Dylan McCormick (Spen-
cer Cowan) 77th minute. 4.
Bay, Ashton Hicks (Dylan Mc-
Cormick) 78th minute.
Shots: Chipley 1-3-4, Bay 15-
23-38. Shots on goal: Chipley 0-
1-1, Bay 7-10-17. Corner kicks:
Chipley 0-1-1, Bay 3-6-9. Saves:
Chipley (Spencer 6-7-13), Bay
(Trotter 0-1-1).


BOYS
Bethlehem 65, Altha 60
ALTHA The Bethlehem Wild-
cats tipped the host Altha Wildcats
basketball team by a final score,
of 65-60 in Monday's non-league
game. Zach Lee led Bethlehem
with 24 points and Reid Hatcher
scored 10. Will Rogers had 23 for
Altha.

,Poplar Springs 65,
Vernon 54
POPLAR SPRINGS The Atomics
went to 9-10 for the season with a
win over visiting Vernon.


a lOCOSneP Catholic 5 1


when we get in the district tourna-
ment."
Record 10. District Record 9-5.
Third seed in the District.

Ponce de Leon 45,
Bethlehem 41
PONCE DE LEON The Ponce De
Leon Lady Pirates held off visit-
ing Bethlehem by a score of 45-41
Monday. With the victory, Ponce
De Leon improves its record to 20-
3. Hillary Harper had 17 points and
Sha-lea Yates added 10. \

Ponce de Leon 44,
Holmes County 41
BONIFAY Ponce de Leon's Hill-


Chi.py ary Harper scored 17 points and
Chipley 39 Sha-leaYates had 12 as the Pirates
CHIPLEY Visiting Pensacola defeated Holmes County. Jaicee .
Catholic jumped out to a 27-16 Mayo scored 10 points
halftime lead and held off Chipley Shelby Clark led Holmes Coun-
Tuesday night. ty with nine points, Hannah Pip-,
Catholic 14 13 9. 15 -51 pin had eight points and seven
Chipley 9 7 13 10 -39 rebounds and Macy Miles added
Catholic was led by Perry Spil- seven points, four rebounds,and
lar with 11 points and Shaun White four assists.
with 13 Chipley was led by Ryan "Both teams played great de-
Brigham with 15 points and Josh fense," said HCHS Coach Devin
Myers with 11. Miles, "but Ponce de:Leon's three-'
Spoint shooting was better than
Bozeman 34, Vernon 27 ours, and that was the difference:
SAND HILLS Nick Gutierrez had in the game. They made six threes
12 points and Chase Walker eight and we made one.
as the Bucks improved to 4-16 on "It was a great game that went
Senior Night. down to the wire and I'm sure we
will see more of these in the fu-.
Sneads 71, Graceville 68 re
SNEADS The Sneads Pirates South Walton 41, -
went to 14-8 on the season and beat
Graceville 71-68 Tuesday night. Cottondale 40
Terrance Green led the Pirates COTTONDALE The Cottondale
with 17 points, with Josh Rogers Lady Hornets fell just short as they
and John Locke adding 14, and Ja- were edged by South Walton 41-40
mar White scoring 11. at the buzzer. Shay Wright finished
Graceville fell to 12-6 (10-3 dis- with 24 points to lead CHS, with
trict). Cameron Dozier led Gracev- Jakia Grimsley adding 12. South
ille with. 18 points, with Byron Walton is undefeated in district.
-Laster scoring 15, C.J. Dozier 13, Freshman. Morgan Kennedy
and Kevin Potts 10. made a putback as time expired as
the Seahawks improved to 13-0 in
Cottondale 76, South District 2-2A. Alex Lovell scored 12
Walton 53 of her 16 points in the second half,
inpludinul sxY iin the fourth quarter_


COTTONDALE The Cottondale
Hornets went to 13-9 (11-3 dis-
trict). Marcus Humose scored 31i
points to lead the Hornets, with
Jeremy Glover adding 12, and Ju-
won Johnson 11.
SDylan Smith led South Walton
with 17 points, while Schafer Mar-
tin and Shane Seeger each scored
10.

Graceville 71, South
Walton 70 OT
GRACEVILLE Dylan Smith
scored 24 points and Chad Bryant
finished with 14 as the Seahawks
were edged at Graceville on Fri-
day. Shaffer Martin added 11 for
the Seahawks (10-13) which fin-
ished District 2-2A play 5-9.,
On Thursday, South, Walton
clipped Vernon 56-46 thanks to 21
points from Seeger and 13 points
from Smith.

Freeport 98,
Ponce de Leon 22
FREEPORT Michael Graziani
and Dalton Morrison both buried
four 3-pointers as the Bulldogs de-
feated Ponce de Leon in District
1-2A action. Four Bulldogs (8-11, 4-.
5) scored in double figures, led'by
. Graziani's 28 points. Alex Newkirk
added 21, Morrison had 18 and
Tanner DeGafferelly chipped in
11 for Freeport, which led 50-17 at
halftime.
Ponce'de Leon 12 5 5 0 22
Freeport 24 26 26 22 98

GIRLS
HCHS 63, Bethlehem 59
BONIFAY Jenna Belser scored
23 points; Mikayla Moore and
Shelby Clark both scored 10 points'
to help the Holmes County Lady
Devils overcome Bethlehem 63-59.
"We got 30 points from four
ninth graders on a night when
Hanna Pippin and Macy Miles
had bad off night games so they
picked their right night to shine,"
said Coach Devin Miles. "Jenna
Belser had another game, which
also assisted with the victory. This
proves to the players that we can
win a close game against a good
team and we must remember that


for South Walton (21-3).

Other scores
Munroe.41, Poplar Springs 37

GIRLS DISTRICT PLAYOFF
BRACKETS.

District 1-3A At Walton
Tuesday: No. 5 Arnold vs. No.4
Catholic 5:30 p.m., No. 3 Walton vs.
No. 6 Chipley 7 p,m.
Friday: Bay vs. Arnold-Catho-
lic winner 5:30 p.m., Marianna vs.
Walton-Chipley winner 7 p.m.
Saturday: Semifinal winners 7


p.m.


District 1-2A At Ponce .de
Leot
Tuesday: Baker vs. Pensacola
Christian Academy 6 p.m., Free-
port vs. Northview 7:30 p.m.
Friday. Jay vs. Baker-Pensaco-
la Christian winner 6 p.m., Ponce
de Leon vs. Freeport-Northview
winner 7:30 p.m.
Saturday: Semifinal, winners, 7
p.m.

District 2-2A At Cottondale
Monday: No. 2 Graceville vs. No.
,7 Vernon 6 p.m., No. 1 South Walton
vs. No. 8 Bozeman 7:30 p.m.,
Tuesday: No. 4 Cottondale vs.
No. 5 Sneads 6 p.m., No. 3 Holmes
County vs. No. 6 Blountstown 7:30
p.m.
Friday: Graceville-Vernon win-
ner vs. Holmes County-Blount-
stown winner 6 p.m., South Wal-
ton-Bozeman winner vs. Cotton-
dale-Sneads winner 7:30 p.m.
Saturday: Semifinal winners 7
p.m.

District 1 -1A At Laurel Hill
Monday: No. 3 Bethlehem at
No. 6 Poplar Springs 6 p.m., No. 4
Laurel Hill vs. No. 5 Rocky Bayou
7:30 p.m.
Friday: No. 2 Central vs. Bethle-
hem-Poplar Springs winner 6 p.m.,
No.1 Paxton vs. Laurel Hill-Rocky
Bayou winner 7:30 p.m.
Saturday: Semifinal winners 7
p.m.

Results at panhandlevarsity.com, chi-
pleypaper.com and bonifaynow.com.


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Seeking artwork LE N
for display at 4
Legends & Lore ,
CHIPLEY The Wash-
ington County Arts Coun-
cil is taking applications
for its 2010 scholarship,
which awards $500 an-
n ally. Invitation to apply j
is open to 2010 gradua-
tion high school seniors
interested in pursuing J
studies in any field of art. .

guidance counselor for
more information. SPRINGS
The council is also seek-P L R RN
ing participation in the CELEBRATES
Legends & Lore event to CEE RA E
be held at Falling WatersHO IN
'State Park April 16 and school E IEC MIf....."
17. Organizers are look-
ing for artists interested (E(ILIA SPEARS
in dcisplaying and selling stat ter
their artwork that depicts spears achipleypaper com
nature setting, regional
animals and plants, home- POPLAR SPRINGS Randon Tate and
steads, farms or any art- Casey White were crowned homecom-
work that would promoteyWhtweecondomo-
work that would promote ing king and queen as Poplar Springs
local, natural and cultural School celebrated its annual home-
history of the local area. coming.
Anyone interested A large crowd was on hand to hon-
in -displaying artwork is or the alumni from the classes of 1940,
asked to contact Amy 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990) and 2000,
Sweeney at 415-1636 led by Sid Johnson. Also featured
or amysweeney2005@ were senior spotlights for the Class of
yahoo.com. 2010, cheerleader routines and boys
and girls games between the Mighty
Game Night fat Atomics and the 1lunroe Bobcats.
the Library Freshman attendants for the home-
e lrary coming court were Haley Battles, Am-
CHIPLEY The friends ber Osborn, Colby Sorrells and Jake
of the Washington County Wangle.
Library have made plans Sophomore attendants were Brit-
for "Game Night at the Li- tany Shehee, Rachael Ward. Addison
brary" to be held on Thurs- Nlclntosh and Dan Wells. I
S day, Feb. 11. from 6:30 Junior attendants were Savannah
9:30 p.m. The ticket price Brvan. Megan Merritt, Jay Lane and
is $10. All proceeds go to Cody Owens.
the Library.-The event will Senior attendants were Erica
be held at the Washing- Wells. Cassandra White, Maranda
ton County Agricultural Lewis, Randon Tate. Robert Hawkins
Center, 1424 State. 90 and John Wayne Forehand.
West in Chipley. The varsity basketball matchups
Tables will be set up, were a split, as the boys defeated
for bridge, bunco, ca- Munroe 66-36 and the visitors edged
nasta, dominoes or other the Lady Atomics 40-37.
table games requested. More photos and video online at
Door prizes will be given bonifaynow.com and chipleypaper.
away throughout the eve- com.
ning and refreshments will
be served.
Tickets are now avail-
able and may be pur-
chased at the Library or
at the door. Contact Leola
Porter, chairperson, at
638-1703 for information
or call the Library at 638-
1314. JAY FELSBERG,
Managing Editor
Drake to speak afelsberg@chipleypaper,com
to. CAPHC PONCE DE LEON The Ponce de
WESTVILLE District Leon Pirates celebrated Home-
5 State Rep. Brad Drake coming 2010 Saturday night as
will hold a town hall meet- alumni packed the gym to honor
meing at the February 18 the history of the school from 1921
meeting of the Concerned to present.
American Patriots of H.ol- The annual alumni dinner was
mes County at 7 p.m. at followed by the introduction of the
Westville City Hall. Drake homecoming court. Sixth-grade
represents Holmes and attendants were Tucker Arban and
Washington counties and Lacy Stafford, and Zachary John-
is in his first term in the
is in his first term in the son and Riley Seago-Werner were
Florida Legislature. For the 7thgrade attendants.
information e-mail ihmur- the 9th grade attendants were
rell@hotmail.com, eaton- Mossad El Sankary and Mercedes
be@embarqmail.com or Fuller. Derek Cooey and Jaiceee
call 850-527-3995. Mayo were the 10th grade atten-
dants and Davide LaTorella and
Samantha Walters were the 11th
INDEX grade attendants.
The 8th grade Prince and Prin-
Society.........Page B2 cess were Todd Powell and Maris-
Faith.... ......Page 86 sa Dawn Powell. Attendants were
Classifieds.......Page BlO Seth Stafford, Kaitlyn Bailey, Todd
Powell and Haley Barnes.
___-___r. _-_- Senior attendants were Jamie
Barnhouse, Tori Rushing, Alan
0 1 ff ..-Parson, Mariah Taylor, Andrew
Stafford and Kelsi Trim. Jamie
Barnhouse and Mariah Taylor cho-
.sen king and queen.
-The classes of 1930, 1940, 1950,
UIT *1960, 1970, 1980, 1990 and 2000 were
Things to do in -*- recognized.


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Surrounding Counties
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Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Local BRIEFS


Mobile Unit schedule
Southeastern Commu-
nity Blood:
Tuesday, Feb. 9: North-
west Florida Reception
Center, Chipley
Wednesday, Feb. 10: Sig-
nature Health, Graceville
11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 12: Gracev-
ille CI, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Grief support group
CHIPLEY Feelings of
/grief and loss can be over-
whelming. For this reason,
Covenant Hospice offers
a monthly grief support
group in Chipley at Wash-
ington County Council on
Aging, 1348 South Blvd.,
from 9-11 a.m. the second
Tuesday of every month.
Those who attend will have
the opportunity to explore
their grief in a safe and
caring environment.
The next meeting will
be held Feb. 9. The sup-
port group is free, but
registration is required.
Light refreshments will
be served. To register for
this support group, or fof
more information, call Ri-
ley Henderson or.January
McKeithan at 850-482-8520
or 888-817-2191.

Scholarship
applications accepted;
artwork sought
CHIPLEY The Washing-
ton County Arts Council
is taking applications for
the 2010 scholarship in the
amount of $500 awarded
annually by the organiza-
tion. Invitation to apply is
open to 2010 graduation
high school seniors inter-
ested in pursuing studies
in any field of art. Would-be
applicants are invited to
contact their high school
guidance counselor for
more information.
The council is also seek-
ing participation in the,
Legends & Lore event to.
be held at Falling Waters
State Park on April 16 and
17. Members agreed to
support the program and
arrange for an art display
during the two-day event.
Legends & Lore organiz-
ers are looking for a few
artists interested in dis-
playing and selling their
artwork. They are looking
for artwork that depicts
nature settings, regional
animals and plants, home-
steads, farms or any art-
work that would promote
the natural and cultural
history of the local area.
Anyone interested in


displaying artwork is asked
to contact Amy Sweeney at
415-1636 or amysweeney
2005@yahoo.com.

Thomas benefit
BETHLEHEM There will
be a benefit for Macey
Thomas on Feb. 6 at Beth-
lehem School.
Fish and chicken plates
will be sold for $5 at 11 a.m.,
plus auctioning cakes, gift
baskets and selling chanc-
es on a homemade quilt.
Macey will be having back
surgery (her spine is off-
set, and this is to correct
it) on Monday, Feb. 1. She
-is the daughter of Richy
Jo and Robin (Williams)
Thomas. Macey is 11 and a
sixth-grader at Bethlehem
High School. She is also the
granddaughter of Danice
Williams, a longtime ag
teacher at BHS.

Nellie Mitchell Day,
VERNON -Friends and
former students coached.
by Nellie Mitchell will be
honoring her with a Nellie
Mitchell Day on Saturday,
Feb. 13. The Jackets will
kick off their 2010 softball
season at 4 p.m. against
Graceville and are dedicat-
ing thjs game in Mitchell's
honor. There will be no
admission charged for this
game.
Before the game, there
will be a reception in the
cafeteria at the new Ver-
non High School beginning
at 2 p.m. At 3:15, activities
will move to the new soft-
ball field. Organizers ask
all players, cheerleaders,
former students, family
and friends to join for pic-
tures on the mound, where
Mitchell will throw the first
pitch to open the season.
.Organizers suggest
that former students, ball
players and cheerleaders
might like to write cards
telling Mitchell what her
example as an outstanding
person and educator has
meant to them. Bring the
card with you to place in
her memory book. Should
someone not be able to at-
tend and would like to send
a card, please send it to
Vernon High School, Attn:
Nellie Mitchell, P1O. Box
386, Verron, FL 32462.

Help asked for
utilities for seniors
CHIPLEY The Wash-
ington County Council on
Aging is making efforts to
create an account to assist
seniors during the "heat-
ing and cooling months,."


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and cooling can become
overwhelming for those on
a fixed income.
Donations can dropped
off or mailed to Washington
County Council on Aging;
1348 South Blvd.; Chipley,
FL 32428.
Washington County
Council on Aging now has
a Web site at www.washco
coa.com.

NRA concealed carry
permit class
PITTMAN There will be
an NRA concealed carry
permit class from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Feb. 6 at West
Pittman Baptist Church
in Holmes County. This
class will meet all criteria
for anyone interested in
getting a concealed carry
license from the state.
"This is also a wonder-
ful class to take to famil-
iarize yourself with the
handgun that you own or
would like to own," instruc-
tor Eddie Eaton said.
. The class will cover gun
safety, gun mechanics, gun'
knowledge, how to shoot,
concealed carry and other
topics as well. This is an
NRA sponsored class, so
you will receive a certifi-
cate upon completion.
The cost will be $35
per person. Items needed_
for the class: handgun,
holster (if you have one),
50 rounds of ammunition,
safety glasses, ear plugs
or muffs, pen/pencil and
paper (notebook).
If you are interested in
taking this class, e-mail
eatonbe@embarqmail.
com.

Valentine Star
Pageant
GRACEVILLE The Valen-
tine Star Beauty Pageant
will be held at 2 p.m. Feb. 6
at the Graceville Civic Cen-
ter. Boys 0-6 years and girls
0-21 years. The cost will
be $35 to enter. For more
information, call Wanda
at 547-4810 or Bernyce at
850-768-1150 or 547-3474. A
portion of the money will
be given to the American
Heart Association.

Guardian Ad Litem
needs volunteers
Abused and neglected
children need a voice in
court. There are currently
40 children in Holmes
County and 19 children in
Washington County with-
out volunteer-advocate
representation. The 14th
Circuit Guardian Ad Li-


tern Program wants these
children spoken for. Be a
strong, dependable voice
appointed by the court to
support these children.
Call 638-6043 for more de-
tails and an application.

NAACP banquet
Feb. 6
The NAACP Northwest
Florida Branch (Washing-
ton, Holmes and Walton
counties) will be celebrat-
ing its Freedom Fund and.
Award Banquet at 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 6. The ban-
quet will be held at the T.J.
Roulhac Enrichment and
Activity Center in Chipley.
This event coincides with
the beginning of Black His-
tory Month. All tickets are
$25. Organizers are asking
all churches, organizations
and businesses to sponsor
10 tickets.
This is also the begin-
ning of our membership
drive. If you are a member
or have been a member in
the past, we would like you
to renew your membership
and/or join our organiza-
tion. The fees are as fol-
lows: adults $30 per year,
youths $15 per year or $10
without Crisis Magazine).
If you need tickets or
are interested in joining,
please contact the people
listed below:
Washington County, Mr.
and Mrs. George Vann,
535-2573, or Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Peterson, .535-2656;
Holmes County, Annie
Moore, 547-4778.

Tobacco
cessation classes
BONIFAY Holmes
County Health Depart-
ment is now offering *
inonthly tobacco cessa-
tion classes. Class will be
held from noon to 1 p.m.
the fourth Wednesday
of every month. Class is
free,'and no registration is
required. Participants are
eligible for free patches
upon completion of class.
For more information, call
Traci Corbin at 547-8500,
ext. 249.

Diabetic education
BONIFAY Holmes
County Health Depart-
ment is now offering
monthly diabetic educa-
tion classes. Class will be
held from noon to 1 p.m.
the third Friday of each
month. Class is free, and
no registration is required.
For rnore information, call
Traci Corbin at 547-8500,
ext. 249. "


Concert for Haiti
PANAMA CITY The
Panhandle Chapter of
the American Red Cross,-
based in Panama City, has
announced a free concert
fundraiser to be held in
Panama City Beach for the
relief of the Haitian people.
After seeing the devas-
tation caused by the Jan.
12 earthquake in Haiti, Ski
Light, owner of Ski Pro-
ductions in Panama City
Beach, came up with the
idea for a benefit concert.
After consulting with.
Bob Pearce, executive
director of the Panhandle
Chapter of the American
Red Cross, the idea was
brought to the City of
Panama City Beach. Mary
Carmichael, Leisure Ser-
vices director for the city,
helped forge a plan to hold
the concert from 10 a.m. to,
6 p.m. Feb. 20 at the Aaron
Bessant Amphitheater in
Pier Park.
The concert will feature
at least seven regional,
bands, including the Steve
Wiggins Band, Tony Vegas,,
Bittersweet and several
others. In addition, there
will be entertainment for.'
children courtesy of Space
Walk of Panama City.
Local merchants and
businesses, including
Tootsie's Orchid Lounge
in Pier Park and Leitz
Music in Panama City
have contributed items to
be given away the day of
the concert. These items
include acoustic and elec-
tric guitars as well as gift
certificates for meals and
services. People donating
to the effort will receive a
drawing ticket for every
$5 they contribute, and
the drawings will continue
through the day.
, For more information,
visit www.PierParkHaiti
Concert.com.

JC Master Gardener
training course
MARIANNA The Uni-
versity of Florida and the
Jackson and Gadsden
County Extension Offices
are teaming up again to
provide a comprehensive,
60-plus-hour training pro-
" gram for people interested
in becoming a master gar-
dener.
The Master Gardener
Program in Florida is.
sponsored by the Univer-
sity of Florida's Institute of
Food and Agricultural Sci-
ences (IFAS) and cooper-
ating county governments.
This year, the Gadsden and
Jackson county training
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days, starting Feb. 10 and
running until April 7, with
one Saturday class March
13. The cost of the program
is $150, which includes
course material. An option-
al three-volume set of the
Florida Master Gardener
Manual is available for an
additional $85.
After graduating, new
master gardeners will be
expected to volunteer a
minimum of 75 hours the
first year and 50 hours in
the years following.
For more information
or an application, call the
Jackson County Extension
Service at 482-9620 or stop
by 2741 Penn Ave., Suite 3,
Marianna, FL 32448. Reg-
istration deadline is Friday,
Feb. 5.

Flu vaccine at HCHD
BONIFAY In Florida,
seasonal flu activity usu-
ally peaks in.February or
March, so vaccinations in
December and January
can still offer protection
during the peak of the
season.
Because influenza is
unpredictable and differ-
ent types and strains of it
circulate throughout the
flu season, the CDC's Advi-
sory Committee on Immu-
nization Practices recom-
mends that influenza vac-
cine be offered throughout
the influenza season, even'
after influenza has ap-
peared or begun appearing
in a community.
While we do not know
the likelihood of a future
wave of HiN1 influenza,
we do know that if more
people are vaccinated,
the disease is less likely
to spread in the coming
months.
For more information
or to make an appointment
for your vaccine, call the
Holmes County Health
Department at 547-8500 or
visit www.Flu.gov/get
vaccinated.

Boys' Choir
of Tallahassee
QUINCY On Saturday,
Feb. 27, the Boys' Choir of
Tallahassee will be per-
forming at the National
Guard Armory, 2049 Pat ,
Thomas Parkway, Quincy,
with all proceeds going
directly to Gadsden Senior
Services' Meals on Wheels
program. The doors will
open at 6:30 p.m. to allow
for socializing before the 7
p.m. concert.
By tickets at the Senior
Center in Quincy, 79 La-
salle Lefall Drive, or by
contacting Jill Williams
at 850-663-2280 or via e-
'mail at B419@aol.com.
Sponsored tables for eight
will be $200. Individual
tickets purchased before
the event will be $20 each.
Light refreshments and
a cash bar with beer and
wine will be available.
Advance tickets sales will
end Monday, Feb. 22. If
purchased at the door, in-
* dividual tickets will be $25
each.

Woodturning
Show and Expo
DOTHAN On Feb. 6,
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., the
Wiregrass Woodturners
will host the first annual
Woodturning Show and
Expo in the Stokes Activity
Barn at Landmark Park.
The-show will be free
with paid gate admission
and will include demon-.
strations of woodturning,
including power turning
and the spring pole lathe.

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Girl Scout cookie season under way


1 Special to Extra tomer service, budgeting and plan-
/ ning," said Raslean M. Allen, CEO
Its that time of year again! of the Girl Scout Council of the
Cookie sales start Feb. 20. The Florida Panhandle. "Through the
price is $3.50 per box. This year's Gifts of Caring program; girls take
theme, Inspired by U, will continue action through service projects
,the tradition of providing a qual- that directly benefit others, giving
ity cookie while teaching effective customers the option to purchase
skills to girls, cookies to donate to an identified
"The cookie program provides organization."
the girls with an opportunity to The Gifts of Caring program
learn business skills including cus- especially assists military troops


overseas. This year's cookie line
includes the all-time favorites, Thin
Mints, Samoas and Tagalongs; Do-
Si-Dos, Trefoils and Lemon Chalet
Crimes are also available.
A new cookie in the lineup this
year is the Thank U Berry Munch
cookie. This new cookie has pre-
mium cranberries that provide a
sweet tartness, which nicely ac-
companies the creamy white fudge
chips. With zero trans fat andno hy-


drogenated oils, this cookie is sure
to be a fast seller. The Girl Scout
Cookie Sale is the No. 1 literacy
program for girls. By selling cook-
ies, girls are able to realize their
full potential and become strong,
confident and resourceful citizens.
Many successful business women
today say they got their start in the
business world by selling Gil Scout
Cookies.
The Girl Scout Council of the


Florida Panhandle invites girls
From kindergarten to 12th grade to
join the adventure and empower
themselves through courage, con-
fidence and character to make the
world a better place. The(council
serves 7,150 girls and 2,400 vol-
unteers across 19 counties of the
Florida Panhandle. To .volunteer
or join Girl Scouts, call the local
council office at 888-271-8778 or
visit www.gscfp.org.


Anniversary


BRIEFS from page B2 '


The children of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L.
Rebuck, of Graceville, Fla., wish to an-
nounce the celebration .of their parents'
50th wedding anniversary on Feb. 6, 2010.
Paul Rebuck and Edith Merle Polston
were united in marriage on Feb. 6, 1960,
at Tyndall Air Force Base at the base cha-
pel in Panama City. After a 22-year career
in the United States Air Force, Paul and
Merle retired to rural Graceville, built
their home and raised their children: son
Terry Paul Rebuck of Bonifay and daugh-


Christopher R. Kent


Marine Corps Pvt.
Christopher R. Kent,
son of Carla S. Turner
,of Chipley and Marcus
R. Kent of Graceville,


recently complex
weeks of basic tr
at Marine Corps
Depot, Parris Is]
S.C.


Cody L. Miner


Army Pvt. Cody L.
Miner has graduated
from the Infantryman
One Station Unit Train-
ing at Fort Benning,
Columbus, Ga. The
training consists of Ba-
sic Infantry Training


and Advanced In
Training. Miner
son of Timothy IV
Emerald Lane, C
and Anita Miner
ama City Beach.
vate is a 2008 gra
Vernon High Sch


ters Rhonda Kay Porter of Cottondale
and Pamela Denise Radney of Bonifa:
Paul and Merle have been blessed wit
grandchildren and 6 great-grandchild
: The children invite all of their pare
friends and relatives to join them in h
oring them and celebrating on Feb..6E
New Symrna Assembly of God Churcl
Fellowship Hall, located on Adolph Wl
ker road in Bonifay. The reception wil
start at 2 p.m. Your presence will be tl
cherished gift.


Marcus M. Black
ted 12 Air Force
gainingg Reserve Air-
Recruit man 1st Class
land, Marcus M.
Black gradu-
ated from
basic military
idividual training at .BLACK
is the Lackland Air
liner of Force Base, San Antonio.
Chipley, ,He is the son of J. Daleax
of Pan- Constance Black of Broor
The pri- Road, Bonifay. Black is a
aduate of graduate of Holmes Coun
iool. High School.


Bill Nichols, Wiregrass
Woodturners member, has
made bowls, vases, pens
and pencils, Christmas
ornaments and more. Sev-
eral of these handmade
products will be on sale at
the event.
"If you can dream it,
you can turn it," Nichols
said.
Vendors will also carry
lathes, tools and other
woodturning-related prod-
ucts.
The Wiregrass Wood-
turners are part of the Na-
tionalAssociation of Wood-
'. turners. The national orga-
nization has about 35,000
members nationwide, with
25-30 local members. The
Wiregrass Woodturners
meet at Landmark Park
the first Saturday of each"
month for a business meet-
Y" ing and turning demon-
h 10 station. These meetings,
are open to the public.
rnts' Admission to Landmark
on- Park is $4 for adults, $3
at for kids and free for park
h members. Landmark Park,
hita- home of the Alabama Agri-
I1 cultural Museum, is a 100-
heir acre historical and natural
science park located on
U.S. Highway 431 N. in
Dothan, Ala. For more in-
formation, call the park at
334-794-3452.

United Daughters
of the Confederacy
to meet
MARIANNA The Wil-
liam Henry Milton Chapter
1039, United Daughters
K of the Confederacy, meets
at Jim's Buffet and Grill,
11 a.m. Feb. 9 for a Dutch-
nd treat lunch, followed by
m ritual and program, "Sid-
2005 ney Lanier, Soldier, Poet,
ity Musician, Writer," The
history and heritage group


welcomes female descen-
dants of Confederate vet-
erans to meet the second
Tuesday of each month,
September-November andl
January-May. Call 663-2570
or 482-3477.

,Table games fundraiser
GRACEVILLE The
Graceville Garden Club
is having a table games
fundraiser from 6-9 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 10, at the
Graceville Civic Center.
Some of the games will
be Mexican dominoes,
hand-and-foot canasta,
bunco, bridge and others if
requested. Light refresh-
ments will be served, and
door prizes will be given to
the participants.
A donation of $10 per
person is required. Res-
ervations must be made
by calling 850-263-3951,
and checks payable to
Graceville Garden Club
may be mailed to Carolyn
Wicksell, PO. Box 322,
Graceville, FL 32440. The
deadline for reservations
is Feb. 16. -
Tables and chairs must
be set up before Feb. 18.
Also, we must have game
items when necessary.
Sorry, there can be no
walk-ins. The funds will be
used for ongoing beauti-
fication projects in down-
town Graceville. Come and


bring friends for a night ot
fun for all.

Wiregrass
Decorative Painters
ENTERPRISE, Ala. Wire-
grass Decorative Paint-
ers will mpet at 9 a.m.
Saturday, Feb. 13, at the
Citizen's Bank Communi-
ty Room on Chancy Street.
in Enterprise. February's
painting project will be a
zebra on canvas. Painters
of all skill levels and visi-
tors are-welcome. If plan-
ning to visit and paint the
project, please contact us
for prep instructions,
Visit the Enterprise
Public Library to see.
our decorative painting
displays. If interested in
learning to paint, sign up
on the waiting list for our
second beginner deco-
rative painting course,'
to begin in the spring.
Sixteen spaces will be
available for the course.
Contemporary decorative
painting is a teachable art
form not requiring aca-
demic training or drawing
ability.
, Contact Linda Under-
wood at 334-598-0014 or
wiregrassdecorativepaint
ers@gmail.com, or view
our Web site at www.wire
grassdecorativepainters.
org for more information.


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MARIANNA Chipola
College is celebrating
Homecoming 2010 until
Feb. 6. This year's theme is
"Homecoming 2010 a New
Decade."
The Chipola Homecom-
ing Court includes: fresh-
man female attendants
AshleighLollie and Kaitlin
Porter and freshman male
attendants Tory Brown and
Taylor Reiff. The sopho-
more candidates for Home-
coming Queen are: Allison
Ellis, Sylvianna Garrett
and Anna Beth Parmer.
The sophomore candidates
for Mr. Chipola are: Quintin
Beechum, Tpmmy Melvih
and Tucker Nebel. /
SGA sponsored a Build-
ing Decoration Contest
among the campus organi-
zations which was judged
at I p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 2.
The Homecoming Tal-
ent show is today at 10:05
a.m. in the Arts Center.
The contest is open to any
campus group or individual
enrolled at Chipola. Cash
prizes will be awarded to:
Best Overall 1st, 2nd
and 3rd; Best Solo, Best
Group and Best Band.' Per-
formances are limited to 4
minutes.
The Homecoming
games between Chipola


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
The Chipola Homecoming Court includes: (front) sophomore candidates:
Sylvianna Garrett of Greenwood, Allison Ellis of Chipley and.Anna Beth
Parmer of Bonifay; (second'row) sophomore candidates: Quintin Beechum of
Campbellton, Tommy Melvin of Marianna and Tucker Nebel of Marianna; (back)
freshman attendant& Tory Brown of Malone, Ashleigh lollie of Grand Ridge, Kaitlin
Porter of Chipley and Taylor Reiff of Marianna. The homecoming court will be
presented during halftime of the-men's game on Feb. 6 that begins at 7:30 p.m..


and Tallahassee are set for
Saturday, Feb. 6. The day's
events begin with a recep-
tion in honor of retired li-
brarian Merle Houston at 4
p.m. in the college Library.
The women game tips


off at 5:30 p.m. Chipola
president Dr. Gene Prough
and his wife, Priscilla, will
host an Alumni Reception
in the Hospitality Room
beginning at 6:30 p.m. All
alumni and friends of the


college are- invited. The
homecoming court will be
presented during halftime
of the men's game -which
begins at 7:30 p.m.
For more. information,
call 718-2314.


Chipola College honors retired librarian Houston


MARIANNA Chipola College, will,
honor retired college librarian Mer-
le Houston at a reception Saturday,
Feb. 6, at 4 p.m., in the college Li-'
brary.
College officials plan to officially
open the Merle Z. Houston Reading
Room in the Library in her honor..
Houston served the college in
many capacities during four decades.
from the 1960's to the 2000's. She
served as Director of the Library
with great strength as a reference li-
brarian with a reputation for helping
students and faculty with research.
She also served several Chipola
presidents as Director of Commu-
nity Affairs with responsibilities in
public relations.
For years, she was the Alumni
liaison between the college and for-


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mer students. She also was the of-
ficial hostess and historian of the
college. She coordinated graduation
activities and assisted in recruit-
ing students for the Chipola Honors
Program.


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
The Chipola Regional Arts Association (CRAA) recently awarded a record
number of 16 mini grants of up to $200 each for the Improvement of
Instruction in the Arts in Schools in the Chipola District. Here, CRAA president
Dr. Jerry Kandzer (right) presents $8,500 to Chipola College president
Dr. Gene Prough to support the Chipola Artist Series and spring children's
programming. CRAA's annual fund-raising campaign begins in February. For
information, call 850-718-2277 or email adamsa@chipola.edu.


Local schools receive grants from CRAA


MARIANNA The Chipola Regional
Arts Association (CRAA) recently
awarded a record number of 16 mini-
grants of $200 each for the Improve-
ment of Instruction in the Arts in
Schools in the Chipola District.
Chipola Regional Arts Associa-
.tion President Dr. Jerry Kandzer
announced the following recipients:
Jonathan Alford, Blountstown Middle;
Norma Bean, Cottondale Elementary;
Karen Bouton, Graceville Elementa-
ry; Richard Bouton, Graceville High;
Amy Cloud, Victory Christian; Rebec-
ca Dilmore, Cottondale High; Vanesa
Ford, Liberty County High; Judy
Griffs and Theresa Marschka, Ver-
non Elementary; Gayle Grissett, W.R.
Tolar School K-8; Heather M. How-
ell, Poplar Springs;. Christine Lauen,
Bonifay Elementary; Roberta Newell,
Graceville Elementary; Karen Smith,
Golson Elementary; Vicki Steverson,
Bonifay Elementary; Wretha Webb,
Altha Public School; arid Julie McWa-
ters, Vernon Elementary. Mini-grant
recipients will report at the April 20
CRAA meeting to which the public is
invited.


Funds for the mini-grants came
from the association's 2009 fund drive.
The local arts organization can only
continue to offer this record number
of mini-grants each year to encourage
continuation and improvement of arts
programs and activities in the schools
if additional financial support is raised
and given by the community members
and organizations.
CRAA also offers Chipola scholar-
ships to talented students from the
district, supports the Chipola Artist
Series, and underwrites special cul-
tural programs for area school chil-
dren. Funding for these many projects
comes from public fund-raising efforts
in the five-county district.
Kandzer recently presented $8,500
to college President Dr. Gene Prough
to support the Chipola Artist Series
and spring children's programming.
The association will begin its 2010 an-
nual fund-raising campaign in Febru-
ary and sincerely hopes that business-
es and individuals will include CRAA
in charitable contribution plans.
For information, call 850-718-2277
or e-mail adamsa@chipola.edu.


ouston has been a faithful sup-.
r of the college's Fine Arts'and
tic activities since the 1960's.
nany years, she has served as
rm host for the state basketball
ament at Chipola.
ace leaving the college, Hous-
has continued her community
ce activities. She is a volunteer
e Jackson County Chamber 6f
nerce, and is active in the First
ed Methodist- Church of Mari-

lipola President Dr. Gene
gh; said, "Mrs. Houston is an
rtant member of the Chipola
y. She has worked with thou-
s of Chipola students over the
s. She is loved and respected for
special interest she has taken in
students and their families."

Washington County

Christian School

second nine weeks

honor roll

Special to Extra

First Grade A Chris-
ty Bynum
First Grade A/B -
Derek Blevins, Hannah
Faircloth, Raqayya Ho-
gans, Mary Grace Hooper,
Davin Lewis, and Brandi
Register.
Second Grade A-- Jay-
la Kindelspire, and Emma
Rines.
Second Grade A/B
Cole Bellew, Kiersten
Gilmore, and Magnus Os-
trowski.
Third Grade A Blane
Brasher, and Hollie Smith.
Third Grade A/B -
Lani Anderson, Alex Brock,
Jordan Bynum, Ashton
Carter, Justin Holl, Parker
Hooper, Taylor Lee, Aay-
ush Mehta, Seth Miles, Zoe
Shafer, Savannah Shelby,
Jackson Swearingen, and
Isaac Wilson.
Forth Grade A Dom-
inic Bouton and Shauni
Hooper.
Forth Grade A/B Al-
lyanna Haddock, Garrett
Kent, Kaliegh Laurel, and
Jake Zauner.
Fifth Grade A Kay-
lee Finch
Fifth Grade A/B Lexi
Brasher, Tyler Lee, Heidi
Hutzel, Isabella Owens,
Shane Reed, and Zachary
Williams.
Seventh Grade A/B
Zane Shafer
Eighth Grade A/B-
Casey Wade
Ninth Grade A Tif-
fany Laurie
Ninth Grade A/B -
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Tenth Grade A Timo-
thy Seaboch
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der Sullivan
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Students in the Chipola College Honors Program
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Haiti Earthquake.- Pictured from left, are: Allison Ellis,
Pre-Med Society and PTK, Maggie Mathis, SGA
President; Quintin Beechum, Student Ambassadors;
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Chipola honors

students helping Haiti


MARIANNA-The Chipola
Honors Program is seek-
ing to coordinate local
fundraising for the victims
of the Haiti earthquake.
Several members of the
program have volunteered
in Haiti in the past and are
seeking to direct funds to
two orphanages, .through
Christian Light Founda-
tion, in the Port-au-Prince
area.
Junior Jovin, a Haitian
native who currently lives
in Marianna with two of
the students, worked, in
one of the orphanages as
a teacher before coming to
the United States to pursue
a college degree. Jovin at-
tended Chipola for three
years before transferring
to the Baptist College of
Florida.
,The Honors 'Program
has coordinated with sev-


eral local schools, as well
as numerous Chipola clubs,
such as the Pre-Med Soci-
ety, Phi Theta Kappa, Fel-
lowship of Christian Ath-
letes, and Student Govern-
ment Association, to direct
the money directly to the
orphanages.
The money will be used
to buy food, water, clothing,
and supplies for the chil-
dren, in addition to helping,
rebuild the damaged build-
ings. On Jan. 27, Natasha
Taylor, a volunteer working
with one of the orphanages,
spoke to the group about
her experience during the
earthquake and the enor-
mous need for aid in Haiti.
Anyone interested in
learning about the project
or making a donation, may
contact faculty advisor,
Bonnie Smith, 526-2761,
ext. 3247.


HONORS DANCE FUNDRAISER


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
The Chipola College Honors Dance is scheduled ,
for Friday, Feb. 12 in the Art Center. The dance
is the main fundraiser for the Honors program
which recruits students from, its five-county district.
The Ivey Brothers have again volunteered their
talent and time for the event. Pictured is Chipola
Honors adviser Robert Ivey, drummer for the
Ivey Brothers. For information about the'Honors
program, contact Bonnie Smith or Robert Ivey at
526-1761, Ext. 3247.


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for her role as Rose Alvarez in The Chipola
College Theater's spring musical "Bye Bye
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FAITH


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I had an opportunity
this week to hear great
motivational speakers
at the Tallahassee Civic
Center Arena with my
best friend, my wife Judy,
and a great friend, pastor A
of East Mt. Zion United FRO
Methodist Church,
Charlie Newman, along HE
with thousands of other Tin
people.
I had looked forward to this
conference because Zig Ziglar
was going to be there, and I
hadn't heard him since I was a
young man being molded into
the man I am today. As I look
back, I see how God has used
him and many others in that
molding process.
While the information was
processing through my brain,
I began also to apply these
thoughts to the desperate needs
within our nation, the local
church and the home. I've been a
part of this great nation, a'family
and a church for almost 55 years,
and been involved in ministry of
for 40 of those years.


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I realize that what I
am about to say will not
be received by many
as "politically correct,"
but as I heard someone
say, "I don't believe you
can be 'politically cor-
M THE rect' and be a Christian,
R THE (which means 'like
ART Christ')." My desire is to
Hall help someone, not to be
"politically correct," just
correct; that is to be right with
God and His Word.
Being involved in ministry,
I have also been involved in
"helps" ministry most of those
years. A thought hit me this
morning like a brick. In all the
years and with all the people I
have sat down and talked with
'about their needs and why they
need help, I can never remem-
ber one telling me that they have
tithed to a local church most of
their lives.
Most, if not all, are nol attend-
ing a church when they ask for
help and haven't in a long time.
So I'm sure you know that means
they are not and have not been


giving of themselves to help oth-
ers, or to the Lord.
Most of them seem to have
the "I can't mentality," which
makes the words of James Smith
at the conference this week ring
true, as he mentioned there is
more said in the Bible about the
tongue than any other part of the,
body, thus, "What comes out of
YOUR mouth becomes YOUR
prophecy." '
Basically he was saying if you
say "I can't" do or get, you won't.
Also I've never noticed a person
who is involved in a church, its
functions and tithing to that lo-
cal church on "food stamps" or
"welfare" (or whatever they call
it today).
I have seen (including myself)
active church-going people who
are tithers, at points in their
life where they were having to
look up to see the bottom, even
bankrupt and losing everything
because we made a bad decision
or two. However, never to the
point of giving up and never to
the point that God did not lead
them through their experiehcee


as He promised.
As all entrepreneurs know,
failures are learning experiences
that give us knowledge for the
next opportunities we will face.
Maybe; instead of our poli-
ticians giving away so much
money and even taking more for
themselves, they should bring
the Bible and its principles back.
Because from the Bible we know
"the poor will always be with us"
(Deuteronomy 15:11). We should
help those who desire to help
themselves. As the wisest man
who ever lived once said,",.
God will repay those who lend to
the poor" (Proverbs 19:17), and
the person who helps the poor
will be happy (Proverbs 14:1).
There is a proven way for a
person to find peace and happi-
ness in this life that is equivalent
to success; it starts with the
right motivation and putting first
things first. God sent us word
from His prophet Malachi about
tithingg to the local church and
said, "Prove me and see if I will
not open the windows of heaven"
(Malachi 3:10). "Seekyou first


the kingdom of God and all these
things shall be added to you"
(Matthew 6:33). "I have been
young, and now am old; Yet I
have not seen the righteous for-
saken, Nor his descendants beg-
ging bread". (Psalm 37:25 NKJV).
If you think government or
even the church should and will
take care of you, "you've got your
cart before the horse." The an-
swer to America's problems will
not come from Washington, D.C.
it's in the hands of the. people,
you and me. When we put God
first and His principles in.our
lives, America will revive from
the recession, and Christ will be
glorified. If not, we will continue
to fall.
This message has-been
'brought to you From the Heart
of Tim Hall, senior pastor, Gully
Springs Baptist Church, and
author of "Church Go 7bTo Hell!
Please?" P.O. Box 745, 2824 U.S.
Highway 90 West, Bonifay, FL
32425, three miles west of the
light at State Road 79,850-547-
3920, e-mail: timhall 2000@
yahoo.com.


Wimpy Christians, beware


Special to Extra

GRACEVILLE The Rev. Keriric Con-
way, senior pastor of the Family of
God Baptist Church in Panama City,
opened an exciting week of chapel ser-
vices Jan.,25 at'The Baptist College of
Florida with a challenging message of
strength and courage.
BCF President Thomas A. Kinchen
introduced Conway as a man whom
"God has used to touch hurting people
with the good news of the gospel of Je-
sus Christ."
Referencing Joshua 1:1-9, Conway
told how the children of Israel were
grieving over the loss of Moses and
now had to learn, once again, how to
trust God. Four times in this Scripture,
God tells His people to be strong and
courageous.
Conway, having served in the Air
National Guard for more than 20 years,.
understands what it means to encoun-
ter battles. He encouraged students to
, stand up, be firm in promises of God
and "have courage in the battle, be-
cause this battle you face belongs to
the Lord."
"God don't want no wimpy Chris-
tians," Conway said. It takes courage,
determination, discipline and strength
to change and go forward. Joshua's di-
rection was changed; he had to trust
God for guidance over the Jordan Riv-
er. After bringing His people, across the
Jordan, God directed Joshua to a place
outside of Jericho, where, through an
angel, Joshua was instructed to re-
move his sandals.
In quite the comedic moment, Con-
way relayed hpw he understood what
God meant in telling Joshua to remove*
his shoes when he stood on holy ground
in Joshua 5:13.
"I was walking with my buddies
through the park barefoot when I was
younger and suddenly stepped in a spot
that was warm, wet and came up be-
tween my toes," he said. "I didn't even


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
The Rev. Kenric Conway, senior pastor of the Family of God Baptist Church
in Panama City, preaching in the R. G. Lee Chapel at The Baptist College
of Florida.


have to look down to know what it was."
As he drew near his friends, they
scurried away from the smell, but after
a while, it was not as noticeable.
"How many times do we step in
sin and after a while we get use to the
smell? That's what God is saying: 'You
have stepped in it!' Clean up your act,
repent, get rid of sin, and go to God."
Conway urged the faculty, staff, stu-
dents and guests in attendance not to
carry the residue of where they have
been on to where God would now di-
rect them, just as God did not want the
childreri of Israel to carry their past


sins with them as they were led to the
Promised Land.
Conway has a history of ministry
and military service as a chaplain; lieu-
tenant colonel, in the United States Air
National Guard, serving as the wing
chaplain and the senior air guard chap-
lain for the state of Tennessee. He is
responsible for all religious programs
for the Memphis unit, serving 1,405
military, dependents and civilians. He
is a veteran of Operations Just Cause,
Desert Shield and Desert Storm, Iraqi
Freedom, Noble Eagle and numerous
other humanitarianmissions.


Ministry NEWS


Angel Food Ministries
BONIFAY New Smyrna As-
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site for Angel Food Ministries,
is taking orders for Febru-
ary. The last day to order is
Wednesday, Feb. 16; delivery
will be on Saturday, Feb. 27.
Angel Food Ministries re-
serves the right to substitute
any of the items because of
availability, cost and qual-
ity. Food stamps (EBT) are
accepted. Call Sis. Julie at
547-9559 between 9 a.m. and
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Wednesday for a list of items
available and to place an or-
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For more information
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and to see a detailed list of
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Blue grass jam
CARYVILLE Caryville Bap-
tist Church will be hosting a
blue grass jam at 6:30 p.m.
Feb. 5. Anyone who wants to
pick and sing (acoustic in-
struments only) is welcome.
Everyone is welcome. The
church is at 4217 Old Bonifay
and Caryville Road.

Monthly gospel jam
CHIPLEY Christian Haven
Church will be having its
monthly gospel jam at 6 p.m.
the first Saturday of February,
Feb. 6, with a covered-dish


dinner and the jam start-
ing immediately after. For
information, call 638-0836 or
773-2602.

Second Saturday Sale
SUNNY HILLS A Second
Saturday Sale will be held
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 13
.at Sunny Hills Community
Church, 3768 Country Club
Blvd. Join them for coffee and
to browse.

Jackson County
superintendent to speak
GRACEVILLE The brother-
hood Breakfast Club of New
Easter Missionary Baptist
Church in Graceville will host
its regular monthly breakfast
at 7 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, in
the Church Fellowship Hall.
Guest speaker will be Lee


Miller, superintendent of
Jackson County School Sys-
tem. The public is invited.

Valentine's
dinner banquet
NOMA Noma Assembly
of God Valentine's dinner
banquet is 4-7 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 13. Rib-eye steak with all
trimmings for $11.

Bluegrass gospel sing
BONIFAY Oak Grove Pen-
tecostal Ministries, north of
State Road 2 on County Road
179, will have a bluegrass
gospel sing at 7 p.m. Feb. 12.
Host group will be Straight
and Narrow Bluegrass, and
special guest will be Pilgrims
Bluegrass. For details, call
334-588-6052 or e-mail sand
nbgrass@alaweb.com.


The sin of



profanity


Why is profanity sinful? Although the
Bible contains no specific list of prohibited
words, God has a lot to say on that subject.
How, then, do we know that profanity is sin-
ful?
1. Profanity offends oth-
ers: Profanity is offensive,
and Christians are to respect
the conscience of others,
refraining from any conduct
which might cause others to
stumble. Even something as
S- innocent as eating meat be-
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all things to all men," so that he might be
able to save some (1 Corinthians 9:22).
3. Profanity is proof of worldliness: The
use of profanity demonstrates a desire to be
like the world. We must not allow ourselves
to be conformed to the world (Romans 12:2)
or to love the world (I John 2:15). James 4:4
says, "Adulterers and adulteresses! Do you
not know that friendship with the world is
enmity with God? Whoever therefore wants
to be a friend of the world makes himself an
enemy of God."
4. Profanity and hate go hand in hand:
People often direct their crude language at
people they hate or don't like, wishing evil
on them. This is sinful, because the Bible
teaches that we should not curse people
(James 3:9-12). Instead, we should love our
enemies and bless those who persecute us
(Luke 6:27-28).
5. Profanity displays a lack of self-con-
trol: People curse the most when they are
angry, afraid or surprised. That's when.
words just seem to slip out of people's ,
mouths, even people who normally don't
use profanity. As Christians, we need to be
in control of ourselves at all times. Jesus
always controlled His tongue, even during
His trial and crucifixion. Pilate marveled
that Jesus answered nothing to his accus-
ers (Matthew 27:12-14).
The Bible tells us to guard our hearts
(Proverbs 4:23), to hate sin (Romans 12:9)
and to fill our minds with godliness (Deuter-
onomy 6:6-9). Therefore we should refrain
not only from using sinful language but also
from tolerating it.
Don't watch movies or television shows
that contain bad language (and the Lord's
name in vain is the worst language that we
can possibly hear). Don't choose friends
who have filthy mouths. Keep bad language
away from your ears as much as possible.
Avoid the sin of profanity.
This message has been provided by Wes
Webb, evangelist, Chipley Church of Christ,
1295 Brickyard Road, Chipley, FL 32428;
850-638-2366.


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Retired BCF professor establishes prayer ministry


Retired BCF
Professor
Judson
Vaughn
leads
the early
Morning
Prayer
ministry
Monday
through
Friday at
The Baptist
College of
Florida in
Graceville.
SPECIAL TO EXTRA


Special to Extra

Students filled the pews
in the little Prayer Chapel on
campus Jan. 26 at The Baptist
College of Florida in Gracev-
ille as retired BCF Professor
Judson Vaughn began 'a new
early Morning Prayer min-
istry. Scheduled to meet at 7
a.m. Monday through Friday,
before regular classes begin,
Vaughn asked those gathered
the first day to simply write
.down any prayer concerns
that they may have on a 5-
by-7-inch index card that he
provided as they entered the
chapel.
Known by students and
faculty as a powerful prayer
warrior and man of God,
Vaughn led students in pray-
ing for one another and for


the needs they had listed on
the index cards. Some of
the students came to pray
for lost family-members and
friends who were experienc-
ing health issues or everyday
life difficulties. Some of the
students asked Vaughn to
pray specifically for them as
they prepare, for upcoming
mission trips and ministry
opportunities. Some students
came to pray for their class-
es; expressing their desire to
do well in school. All the stu-
dents came with open hearts
and a passion for joining oth-
ers in prayer.
For more information on
the prayer ministry and how
you can become a part of
what God is doing on the BCF
campus, call 850-263-3261 ext.
460.


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African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME: 577
Martin Luther King, Chipley. Pastor
is the Rev. Larry Brown.
New Bethel AME: U.S. 90 in
Bonifay. Pastor is Alice Hennessey.
St. John AME: 3816 Clemmoris
Road, Vernon. Service on first and
third Sundays at 11:15 a.m. Pastor
is the Rev. Leon Singleton.
St. Joseph AME: 1401 Monroe.
Sheffield Road, Chipley. Pastor is
the Rev. Roy Hudson..
St. Luke AME: 4009 Jackson
Community Road, Vernon. Service
on second and fourth Sunday at
11 a.m. Pastor is the Rev. Leon
Singleton.
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly: 1009
S. Waukesha St. Pastor is John
Chance.
Carmel Assembly of God:
County
160 in the Bethlehem Community.
Pastor is Tommy Moore.
Cords of Love Assembly of
God: 2060 Bethlehem Road in the.
Kynesville area. Pastor is Jerry
Sanford..
Ebro Assembly of God! State 79
South. Pastor is Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God:
Underwood Road behind Poplar
Springs School. Pastor is Charles
Carlton.
Grace Assembly of God: 567
N. Main St. Pastor the Rev. Dallas
Pettis. \
Graceville First Assembly of
God: 5565 Brown St. Pastor is '
Charles Jackson.
Lighthouse Assembly of God:
1201 S. Waukesha St. (State 79),
Bonifay. Sunday School 10 a.m.,
Sunday services 11 a.m. and 6
p.m., every second Wednesday
fellowship supper. Pastor is
Michael Presley.
Little Rock Assembly of God:
1923 Highway 173, six miles north
of Bonifay. Pastor is the Rev. Ben
Peters.
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just
off Highway 177-A north of Bonifay.
Pastor is Danny Carnley.
Mt. Olive Assembly of God:
Highway 179-A off Highway 2.
Pastor Thomas EaJum Jr.
Mt. Pleasant Assembly of God:
Highway 179-A, eight miles north
of Westville. Pastor is the Rev.
Clyde Smith..
New Bethany Assembly of God:
Shaky Joe Road just off Highway
280 at Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor
is Leon Jenkins. .
New Life Fellowship Assembly
of God: 695 Fifth St., Chipley.
Pastor Vince Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
Adolph Whitaker Road six miles
north of Bonifay. The Rev. Josh
Garner is pastor.
Noma Assembly of God: 1062
Tindel St., Noma. Pastor is Jerry
Leisz.
Northside Assembly of God:
1009 N. Rangeline St.; across from
Bonifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin
Bell.
Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Highway 177-A. Pastor George
Stafford.
Vernon Assembly of God
Church: 3349 McFatter Avenue.
Pastor is the
Rev. Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God:
Highway 77. Pastor is Danny
Burns.
Westville Assembly of God:
Highway 181 North. Pastor is
Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor
Mitch Johnson.
Baptist
Abigail Free Will Baptist:
Dawkins Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438 Nearing
Hills Road in Chipley. Pastor' is
Jesse Bowen.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles north
of Bonifay on Highway 79. Pastor
is Ed Barley.
Bethlehem Baptist: Highway
177. Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey
Road a half-mile off Highway 81.
Pastor is David Hidle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast
corner where 1-10 and Highway 77
cross on the lake.
Bonifay First Baptist: 311
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andler. Shiloh Baptist: Church located State Road 79 south of Vernon. 1328'Railroad Ave., Chipley. Pastor .Pine Hill Church: 1675 Robihs
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner on.Highway 277, three miles south Orange Hill United Methodist: is Debbie Williams. Bridge Road, Bonifay. 32425.
Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma of Highway 90 in Chipley. Sunday Road off Orange Hill Road. Graceville Community: 1005 E. Pastors: B.T. Owens and James
eet. Pastor is Tim Schneider. Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 3013 Pastor is Ron Alderman. Prim Ave. Pastor Dale Worley. Bush.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Moss Hill Road in Vernon. Pastor Otter Creek United Methodist: Holmes Valley Community' The Potter's Hands: Greenhead
nifay Road. Pastor Aubrey Rev. Marcelious Willis Jr. North of Ponce de Leon off Church: 3550 Fanning Branch at corner of Highway 77and Pine
rndon. Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886 Highway 81 (look for sign)..- Road, Vernon. Pastors Willis and Log Road. Pastors are Robert and
Chipley First Baptist: 1300 Sunny Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike Pleasant Grove United Drucile Hagan. Sheila Smith. .
uth Blvd. Pastor is Michael Orr. Swingle. Methodist: 2430 Shakey Joe Road, House of Prayer Worship .' Sapp Holiness Church: 2207
Chipley First Free Will Baptist: Union Hill Baptist: Highway 177, near Hinson Crossroads. Center: Sapp Road, Cottondale.
87 South Blvd. Pastor is Ben a mile south of Highway 2. Pastor Poplar Head United Methodist: 763 West Blvd. Pastor is Anthony Someone To Care International
I. is Maurice Jenkins. 1.5 miles north of Highway 2 on B. McKinrie. Ministries Inc.; 1705 Pioneer Road,
East Pittman Freewill Baptist: Unity Baptist: 3274 River Road, Highway 163. Liberty Church: Creek Road in Chipley. Just 2.5 miles east of
f-mile north of Highway 2 on Hinson's Crossroads. Pastor is Red Hill United Methodist: Vernon. Pastor is Dennis Boyett. caution light in Wausau. Pastor is
9. Eastside Baptist: Highway Lindsey Martin. State'Road 2, two miles west of Moss Hill Church: Second the Rev. S. J. Cunningham.
, Vernon.' Vernon First Baptist, 2888 SR 79. Pastor is the Rev. Buddy and fourth Sundays, 2 p.m. Off Spirit and the Bride Harvest
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N. Church St., Vernon. Pennington. Highway 279. Ministries, 2059 Highway 177,
jhway 79. Pastor is Ryan Begue. Wausau First Baptist: Highway Vernon United Methodist New Effort Church: New Effort Bonifay, FL 32425; Pastors Mike
Evergreen Missionary Baptist: 77. The Pastor is Chris Burghoff. Church; 3540-A Main St., Vernon;' Church Road, Bonifay. Pastor is and Debbie Sasser; 850-373-7712.
stville. West Bonifay Baptist: 609 W. 535-2655; Pastor Steve McCoy. Brent Jones. Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283
The Fellowship at Country Oaks: Indiana Ave. Wausau United Methodist: New Faith Temple Church of Highway 77. Pastor is William E.
I Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles Catholic Highway 77. Prayer'F.F.A.P; 841 Orange Hill Holman.' I
itheast of Chipley off Orange Blessed Trinity Catholic: Pentecostal R oad, Chipley; 638-4982; Pastor Vernon Evangelistic: Highway
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: Highway 177-A in Bonifay. Fifth United Pentecostal Annie Holmes. 79. Pastor Keith Mashburn.
10 Gap Blvd. in Sunny Hills: St. Joseph the Worker Catholic: Holiness church, 776 Peach Street, Northwest Florida Christian White Double Pond: Pastor is
rim Pastor is the Rev. George Highway 77 South, Chipley. Chipley. Pastor is Elder Billy Wilson Church: 4465 Highway 77 (meets Michael Monk.
oper. St. Theresa Catholic Church: and Assistant Pastor is Evangelist Sundays at The Word Church: 335 Alford
Gritney Baptist Church, 2249 Sunny Hills Boulevard, Chipley. B. Snipes. 6 p.m. for Bible study). Pastor is Road, Cottondale. Pastors are
hway 179. Pastor Rodd Jones Church of Christ First United Pentecostal:-1816 Fred King. Buddy and Jeanne Steele..
Gully Springs Baptist: Three Chipley Church of Christ: 1295 Highway 90 W., Chipley. Pastor is .
es west of Bonifay on Highway Brickyard Road. We Webb is' James Caudle. _.
Pastor Tim Hall. minister. First United Pentecostal: 2100
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Esto Church of Christ: 1247 N. Highway 90 West, Westville. Pastor
kory Hill Road (Highway 181 Highway 79. Jason Campbell. .
Westville.- Church of God 'Open Pond United Pentecostal: MU ManuTi C I
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Bonifay Church of God: Brock 1885 Highway 179-A, Westville. "I
ad northwest of Chipley. Avenue. Pastor is John Stamey. Pastor is Ray Connell. .
Holyneck Missionary Baptist: Church of God by Faith: 3012 Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle:
35 Cemetery Lane, Church St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder Highway 77 between Sunny Hills Since!there is a finite human limit to the amount of
mpbellton. Pastor Richard T. Powell. and Greenhead. Pastor.is Larry
erson Sr. Tabernacle of Praise Church of Willoughby. forgiveness most people possess, we may not be
lerusalem Missionary Baptist: God: Highway 77 South. Pastor is True Holiness Pentecostal: 5099 emotionally able to forgive someone for a particular
4 Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price Victor Fisher. Little Rock Circle, Ebro. Pastor is offense more than once or twie.
son is pastor. Church of God in Christ Louis D. Brown. offense more than once or twice.
Leonia Baptist: Church is Spirit-Filled Church of God in Turning Point First United And,' we may rightly believe if someone continues to
ated in northwest Holmes Christ: 2128 Pate Porid Road, Pentecostal: Highway 90.West,
unty. Pastor is Stacy Stafford. Caryville. Pastor is Elder Tony Chipley. Pastor is James Caudle, hurt us that we simply must walk away as a means
Lovewood Free Will Baptist: Howard. Wausau Pentecostal Holiness: of self-preservation. After all, this is only human. Fur-
5 Lovewood Road, Cottondale. Yes Lord Deliverance Church 2201 Pioneer Road. Pastor is thermore, we may run the risk of hurting our loved
tor is Henry Matthews. of God in Christ: 739 Seventh James Barwick. ,
Mt. Ararat Missionary Baptist: St. (next to the National Guard Presbyterian ones when we forgive those who wronged them.
3 Old Bonifay Road, Chipley. Armory) in Chipley. Pastor is David .Chipley First Presbyterian: Fifth But God's answer to the question is concerning how
tor is Dr. H.G. McCollough. Woods Jr. Street and Watts Avenue.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist: Church of God in Prophecy Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768 many times we should forgive someone is that we
hway 2, one mile west of New Bayview Church of God Country Club Blvd. Pastor is should forgive our brother not once, or even seven
hway 79 in Esto. Pastor is Steve of Prophecy: 1097 New Bayview Kenneth Kelley. times, but seventy times seven times. This means that
oughs. Church Road, Bonifay. Pastor Seventh-day Adventist
New Beginning Baptist: 1049 Sylvia Foskey. Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist: there should be no end to our forgiveness. Consider
riders Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Church of God of Prophecy: 604 Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff the prophet Hosea. His wife Gomer was unfaithful to
lolph Dickens. 1386 W. Jackson Ave., Chipley. Westberg. him and was basically a harlot. Andyet Hosea forgave
New Concord Free Will Baptist: Pastor is Ernest Dupree. Other and was basically a harlot. AndyetHosea forgave
nes Paulk Road off Highway Episcopal Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship her, and when she was in the process of being sold
. Pastor James'Carnley. St. Matthew's Episcopal: Assembly: 3253 Highway 2. Pastor as a slave by her most recent lover, Hosea bought
New Hope Baptist: Intersection Highway 90 West, Chipley Vicar is is Bobby Tidwell. her at great expense and'took her back to his home
highways 2 and 179A. Ward S. Clarke. Bonifay Bible Church, Living, her at great expense and'took her back to his home,
New Hope Missionary Holiness Loving God, old Howell Chevrolet forgiving her for her infidelity, just as God forgives us
itist Church (Two Egg), 3996 Harris Chapel Holinress: Eight building, Tuesdays and Thursdays for ours.
tergreen Road, Greenwood. miles north of Caryville on.Highway at 6:30 p.m. each night; Sunday, ,
New Orange Baptist: 782 Alford ,. 179. 2:30-4:30 p.m. T.G. Hobbs, pastor.. You must dwell as mine for many days; you shall not
ad. Pastor is Alcus Brock. Pastors are the Rev. Norman and Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 lay the harlot, or belon to another man; so will I
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New Judy Harris. N. Caryville Road. Pastor is Devonanother man; so will I
aspect Road, Chipley. Pastor is Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Richter. also be to you. R.S.V. Hosea 3:3
mit Soileau. Corbin Road, Cottondale. Bonnett Pond Communlity
New Zion Baptist: Highway 177- Third United Holiness: 608 W. Church:
irth of Highway 2. Eighth Ave., Graceville. Pastor is 2680 Bonnett Pond Road between r
Noma Baptist: Highway 175 Arthur Fulton. Wausau and Vernon. Pastor is the
th of Highway 2. Islam Rev. Teddy Joe Bias.
Northside Baptist: Intersection Masid Dawah, 800 E. Highway Caryville Evangelistic Center:
highways 81 and 90 in Ponce 90, Bonifay. Dr. M. Yunis, 547- Wright's Creek Road in Caryville,
Leon. Pastor is Ken Harrison. 4284. just north of Highway 90. Pastor is ThflS 9Message Courtesy Of
Dakie Ridge Baptist: Corner Jehovah's Witnesses Wayne Btannon. '
)range Hill and Gilbert's Mill Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Christian Fellowship Center,
is, southeast of Chipley. Witnesses: 2048 Highway 77, 1458 Monroe Sheffield Road,
)range Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles Chipley. Chipley, Pastor is Isaac Harmon.
t of Wausau, off Pioneer Road Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Christian Haven: Finch Circle, Jf{E HOk mnr
485 Gainer Road. Pastor is Witnesses: Highway 90, Bonifay.. Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch. FUNERAL HOVE HOME FURNITURE l
lip Gainer. Jewish The Church of Jesus Christ 168 Main Steet, Chipley H, 77 S ine 638-4097
)range Hill Missionary Baptist, Temples are available in Dothan of Latter-day Saints, North Ride, Hwy.77S, Chipley 638-97
Sunday Road, Chipley. Pastor and Panama City. Bonifay, FL 32425: 850-547-1254 638-4010 Hwy. 79 ., Bonifay* #547-9688
e Rev. James Johns. Lutheran or 850-547-4557 Bonifay Ward:
ainey Grove Free Will Baptist: Grace Lutheran: Highway 90 Bishop Joshua Bowen Chipley
3 Piney Grove Road, south of East, Bonifay. Interim pastor is Ward: Bishop Charles Munns WaShligtOl Counlty NewS CW
pley. Pastoris Tim Owen. Jerry Conley. Cornerstone Fellowship of come as you are"
peasantt Hill Free Will Baptist: Methodist Chipley; 1301 Main St. (old Holmes COUy ilimesAdvertiset comeasyouare
0 Pleasant Hill Road. Bethlehem United Methodist: Chuckwagon), Chipley, Sunday Mike Orr, Pastor
'oplar Head Independent Free Highway 177, look for sign. services 10:30 a.m. Pastor is Larry 1364N.,Railroadhipley'638-0212 1300 South Blvd. PO Box 643
Baptist: Poplar Head Road. Bonifay United Methodist: Capan.'Chiple, Florida
tor is the Rev. James Pate. Oklahoma Street. Cornerstone Harvest Outreach: 112 E, Virginia, Bonifay'547-9414 (850) 638-1830
oplar Springs Baptist: 1098 Cedar Grove United Methodist: Corner of Reno and Fanning 85 3- 8
ewood Road, Graceville. Pastor Two miles west of Miller's Branch, Vernon. Pastors are Willis PEELFUNERAL
ohn Howell. Crossroads on Highway 2. Pastor and Drucile Hagan.PEEL FUNERAL HOME, INC.
;t. John Free Will Baptist: St.. is John Hinkle. Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton HI. Peel, Jr.,LFD Stephen B. Register,
n's Road, Bonifay. Chipley First United Methodist: Road, Chipley. Pastor is Rick Veronica Peel, LFD CPA
3t. Matthew's Missionary 1285 Jackson Ave. Lovett. Vernon
ftist: 4156 St. Matthew's Road, East Mt. Zion United Methodist: Covenant Community 2849 Church St.- 850-535-2115 1552 Brickyard Road
yville. Pastor is the Rev. James Highway 173 N., 10 miles from Fellowship, 844 Main Street, Bonifay
ns. Bonifay. Chipley. Pastor is Joey Robbins. 301 E.Evans Ave.- 850-547-4114 Chipley, FL 638-4251
;alem Free Will Baptist: 2555 Lakeview United Methodist: Cypress Creek Community
esville Road (Highway 276) Highway 279 near Five Points, Church: 2.5 miles west of Alford at
ween Cottondale and Alford. 1970 Lakeview Drive. Pastor Mike 1772 Macedonia Road. Pastor is In all thy ways acknowledge Place your message
tor is Donnie Hussey. Weeks. James Vickery. f
and Hills Baptist: 6758 Mt. Ida Congregational Faith Covenant Fellowship: Him, and He shal.direct l here for only $8.00
hway 77. Pastor is T. Keith Methodist: Just off Highway 2 Highway 277 half-mile south of pathtS per week.
in. in Holmes County's New Hope 1-10.
.hady Grove Baptist Church, community. Pastor is the Rev. Tom Family Worship Center: 531 Proverbs 3:6
5 Highway 177-A, Bonifay. Whiddon. Rock Hill Church Road.
-3517. New Hope United Methodist: Grace & Glory Worship Center:
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Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Obituaries


Robert Jack "Rusty"
Pettingill, 63, of Bonifay,
died, Jan. 8, 2010, at his
Residence. He retired
from the Navy and was
employed by the Florida
Department of Correc-
tions. He was the son of
the late W. S. Pettingill and
the late Bettie (Farr) Pet-
tingill.
He was preceded in
death by a daughter, Anna
Marie Pettingill.
He is survived by his
wife Betty Lou (Gay) Pet-
tingill; two daughters,
Shana Music and husband

William
William Jefferson Ar-
nold, 71, of Bonifay, died
Jan. 25, 2010, at Flowers
Hospital in Dothan, Ala.
He served in the Navy, had
been a police officer and
as an automobile sales-
man where he was known
as "Sweet Willy from the
City." He was the son of
the late RV Arnold and
the late Alice (Medley)
Arnold.
He was preceded in
death by a brother, Morris
Arnold; a nephew, Winford
Ray Arnold; and his father-
in-law Rev. Arthur Moore.
He is survived by his
wife of 38 years Elizabeth
(Moore) Arnold; one sister-


William of Caryville, and
Trina Cosson and husband
Charles of Caryville;.two
brothers Ricky Pettingill
of Peru, Ind.; Mika Pettin-
gill of La.; and 10 grand-
children.
Funmeral services were
held at Gritney Baptist
Church Jan, 11, 2010,
with the Rev. Carl Gay Jr.
and the Rev. Rod Jones
officiating. Interment fol-
lowed in the New Effort
Cemetery in Bonifay with
military honors with Sims
Funeral Home, Bonifay
directing.

J. Arnold.
in-law Sally Arnold of Do-
than, Ala.; one brother, J.L.
Arnold of Dothan; mother-
in-law, Jeannette Moore,
of Bonifay; six nieces; four
nephews; six great nieces;.
six great nephews; eight
great-great nieces; five
great-great nephews; and
a host of other relatives
and friends.
Funeral services were
had at Carmel Assembly
of God Jan. 27, 2010, the
Rev. Tommy Moore, the
Rev. Jerry Moore and the
Rev. Wyatt Shiver officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
the Bonifay Cemetery in
Bonifay with Sims Funeral
Home, Bonifay directing.


Darwin (Duby) Mc-
Dougald, 46, of Chipley
died Jan 24, 2010 at his
residence. He was a native
of Washington County. He
was a professional automo-
bile detailer and worked at
the ARC Center. He was a
member of the Jerusalem
Baptist Church.
Survivors include his
mother, Carolyn McDou-
gald McElroy; one sister,
, Jackqunetta McDougald
(Eddie Blackman) of Chi-
pley; one brother, Adrain
Belser (Dianne) of Chipley;
and many nieces, neph-


Shannon (McDaniel)
Cook, 39, of Vernon died,
Jan. 26,2010 in Bonifay.
Shannon had resided in
Vernon for the last five
years. She was of the Free
Will Baptist faith and mem-
ber of the Abigail Free Will
Baptist Church.
Shannon is survived
by her parents, Jerry and
Cricket McDaniel, Mobile,
Ala.; husband Jimmy Cook,.
Vernon; two sons Myles
Cook, Vernon and Ryan and
wife Ashley Cook, Mobile,
Ala; two brothers Rodney
and wife Missy McDaniel,
Chipley, and Greg and wife
Kim McDaniel, Daleville,
Ala.; maternal grandfather


ews, aunts, uncles, other
relatives and friends.
Funeral services were
Jan. 31, 2010 at the old
Roulhac High School Au-
ditorium on Pecan Street
in Chipley with the Rev.
Price Wilson, The Rev.
Malcom Nelson, the Rev.
George Williams, the
Rev. L.V Farmer, the Rev.
James Johns, and the Rev.
Mary L. Sharpe officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
the Northside Cemetery
in Chipley with Cooper
Funeral Home of Chipley
directing.


Roy Evans, Elkin, N.C.; two
uncles; two close friends;
and one grandchild.
Funeral services were
held, Jan. 30,2010 at the
Abigail Free Will Baptist
Church with the Rev. Larry
Sowell and the Rev. Buzz
Kirby officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the New
Hope Cemetery, New Hope,
with Brown Funmeral Home
directing. Memorial dona-
tions can be made to the
Abigail Free Will Baptist
Church, Post Office Box
927, Vernon, FL 32462 or
the Roaring River Baptist
Church Building Flmd, 312
White Plains Road, Roaring
River, NC, 28609


James Brandon
Kilgore, 19, died Jan. 26,
2010 in an automobile ac-
cident. He was born Sept.
2, 1990 in Marianna.
He is preceded in
death by his maternal
grandfather, John Shel-
ton; and paternal
grandfather, Charles
Kilgore.
He is survived by his
mother, Lorrie Ann Shel-
ton Kilgore of Bonifay;
father, James Russell
Kilgore of DeFuniak
Springs; two sisters, Le-
anne Hall of Bonifay


Thomas (Tommy)
Edwin Nicholas, 79, of.
Chipley, died Jan. 25, 2010 .
at his home. A native of
Flomaton, Ala., he had
been a resident of Chipley
since 1963, coming.from
Mobile, Ala. He was a self-
employed auto mechanic
and was owner of Nicholas
Auto in Chipley for many
years. He was a U.S. Army
veteran, a member of the
VFW and AMVETS Post
7 and a member of Sardis
Baptist Church.
Survivors include his
wife Dorothy Nicholas of
Chipley; one son, Dale
Nicholas and wife Esther
of Chipley; two daughters,


Robert J. Pettingill


Sheila Miller of Chipley,
Shelby Ivey and husband
Paul of Chipley; four sis-
ters Catherine Finklea
of Chipley, Lois Godwin
of Atmore, Ala., Jackie
Grantham of Brewton,
Ala., and Perline Torelli of
Mobile; one brother Bill
Scott of Texas; 7 grandchil-
dren and 13 great-grand- ,
children.
Funeral services were
held Jan. 28, 2010 in the
Chapel of Brown Funeral
Home, Brickyard Road,
with the Rev. Ben Hull offi-
ciating. Interment followed
in Glenwood Cemetery,
Brown Funeral Home di-
recting.


Myrtle Yates Baxter,
94, of Bonifay, died Jan.
29, 2010 at Bonifay Nurs-
ing arid Rehab Center..
She was born June 20,
1915 in Washington
County to the late William
Bennett and Effie White
Yates.
In addition to her
parents, she is preceded
in death by her husband,
Elmer Baxter; one broth-
er, Brown Yates; and two
sisters, Milfred Scott and
Sadie Williams.


She is survived by
one sister, Dorothy Ellis
,of Bonifay; and several
nieces and nephews.
Services were held,
Jan. 31, 2010 at Poplar
Head Independent Free-
will Baptist Church with
the Rev. Phillip White, the
Rev. James Pate and the
Rev. Alan English officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
the Poplar Head Church
Cemetery with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay
directing.


Lynell Chamblee
Johnson, 58, of Bonifay,
died Jan. 25, 2010 at her
residence. She was born
May 11, 1951 in Bonifay to
the late Albert W.
and Ethel Adams Cham-
blee.
In addition to her par-
ents, she is preceded in *
death by her husband, ,
Jerry Johnson; one
brother Doyle Chamblee;
and five sisters Ilene
Chamblee, Olene Cham-
blee, Betty Sue Cham-


blee, Merle Johnson and
DeAnn Kirkland.
She is survived by one
brother, Eugene Cham-
blee of Bonifay, and sev-
eral nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were
held, Jan. 27, 2010 at
Winterville Assembly of
God Church.with the Rev.
James Carnley officiating.
Interment followed in the
Steverson Cemetery in
Holmes County with Peel
Funeral Home of Bonifay
directing.


William Luke "W.L."
Comander, 88, of Ponce
de Leon, died Jan: 21,
2010 at his home. He was
born Aug. 19, 1921 in St.
Andrews to the late John
Thomas and Noma Sapp
Comander.
In addition to his
parents, he is preceded
in death by his wife Ruth
Russell Comander; a
.daughter Sandra
Langford Reeves; a broth-
er Mercer Comander;
and a sister Marie Co-


mander.
He is survived by his
son Kenneth Langford of
Ponce de Leon; a daugh-
ter-in-law Nancy Lang-
ford of Ponce de Leon;..
five grandchildren; and
eight great-grandchil-
dren.
Graveside services
were held, Jan. 23, 2010
at Campground Church
Cemetery with Luke
Langford speaking and.
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.


Juana (Juanita) Selma
Bermudez died Jan. 21,
2010. Born Oct. 31, 1940 in
Spain, she came to America
in the early '60s, where
she raised her family. She
was a graduate of a school
of cosmetology, eventu-'
ally owning her own salon,
Juanita's Hair Gallery, in
Lake Worth, and then mov-
ing on to working to help
others. After her children
were married, in the '80s,
she returned to Spain to
care for her mother and
lived there until she, herself
became ill with the onset
of Alzheimer's disease in
1993. She returned to the
United States and shared
her time with both of her
daughters.


She is preceded in death
by her parents Rosa Selma
Lara and Raphael Bermu-
dez; a brother Vicente Ber-
mudez; her first husband
Doss Nicholas; and son-in-
law Louis DeVita.
Survivors include her
ex-husband and lifelong
friend, Cecil Richardson;
two daughters, Thelma De-
Vita and Lisa Jones; three
grandchildren all of Chi-
pley; a sister Rosi Mead of
Smethport, Pa.; and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were
held Feb. 1, 2010 in the
Chapel of Brown Funeral
Home, Main Street, with
the Rev. Ronnie Wright offi-
ciating and Brown Funeral
Home directing.


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Beatrice (Bea) Finch
,eatrice (Bea). Finch, 98, of Founi-," Holiness faith.,. ,
tain, died, Jan. 24,2010 in the Panama She is survived by daughter-in-law
City Nursing Center. A native and Dorothy Finch, of Fountain; three
life-long resident of Fountain, she was grandchildren; eight great grandchil-
a homemaker and was of Pentecostal dren; 16 great-great grandchildren


Harold D. Coomer
Harold Dean Coomer, 75, brothers Edward Coomer and Alvin
died Jan. 25, 2010 at Gulf Coast wife, Margaret of Cincinnati, Jan. 25,
Medical Center in Panama Ohio, John Coomer of Bonifay, Center.
City. He was born July 20, 1934 Fred Coomer and wife, Alice Ala. to I
in La See, Ky. to the late John of Logan, Ohio, amd Billy Joe In ad
Dempsey and Anna Lloyd Coomer and wife, Rita of New ed in de
Coomer. Straitsville, Ohio; four sisters, He iq
In addition to his parents, Constance Petty and husband, Cooper
he is' preceded in death by his Kay of Louisville, Ky., Carol. G. Hatc:
wife, Nellie Lorene Coomer, King of Clearwater, Bobbie Hatcher
and a sister, Neva Nell Dupler. Dickson and husband, Roy of also inc.
I He is survived by his wife, Pickerington, Ohio, Mary Lou of Ozark
Eden Lorene Harman Coomer Inman and husband, Melvin of and Ann
of Bonifay; one son, Jeffrey Harrison, Ohio. and sev
Dean Coomer of Fort My- Funeral services were held, Fune
ers; two grandchildren; two Jan. 29, 2010 at Peel Funeral at Peel:
step-daughters Rachel De- Home Chapel in Bonifay. Inter- burial f
nise Edminson and husband, ment followed in the Bonifay Baptist
Robbie, and Carrie Elizabeth City Cemetery with military. The Rev
Stanley both of Bonifay; four honors, Peel Funeral Home of Gainey
step-grandchildren; four Bonifay directing. direction


and many pieces and nephews,.
Graveside services were held,
Jan. 27,2010 in the Sandy Mountain
Cemetery, with the Rev. Carlos Finch
officiating.


Alvin E. Hatcher
Earl Hatcher, 83, of Bonifay, died
2010 at Bonifay Nursing and Rehab
He was born Dec. 6, 1926 in Hartford,
Leslie and Elizabeth Pirkle Hatcher..
edition to his parents, he was preced-
ath by one sister, Hazel Fontenot.
s survived by his wife, Mamie Lee
Hatcher of Bonifay; one son, Phillip
her and daughter-in-law Katherine E.
-; and one granddaughter. Survivors
lude three sisters: Voncille Lambert
k Ala., Lucille Austin of Warren, Ohio,
iette (Jay) Caskey of Enterprise, Ala.;
eral nieces, nephews and cousins.
ral services were held Jan. 28, 2010
Funeral Home Chapel Bonifay and
followed in the East Pittman Freewill
Church Cemetery in Holmes County.
v. Gary Taylor and the Rev. Donald
officiated with Peel Funeral Home
g.


Pet TALK


The joy and troubles of feeding wildlife


I once had a sparrow alight
upon my shoulder for a moment,
while I was hoeing in a village
garden, and I felt that I was
more distinguished by that
circumstance that I should have.
been by any epaulet I could have
worn.
Henry David Thoreau

The beauty of nature is awe-
inspiring and magical. It is no
wonder that we try to get as close
to it as possible. While feeding
wild animals can be rewarding,
there are precautions you
should take in order to ensure
your safety as well as that of the
animals you are feeding.
"You, of course, don't ever
want to feed any kind of a
dangerous animal like a bear or a
wild hog," warns Dr. Alice Blue-
McLendon, clinical associate
professor at the Texas A&M
University College of Veterinary


Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
"But some animals such as
birds and squirrels are perfectly
acceptable to feed and can be a
great joy to watch."
It's important to note that
while feeding some animals is
acceptable it should always be
from at a distance.
"Never feed wild animals out
of your hand. Any animal can
mistake your hand for food and
you don't want to be accidentally
bitten," advises Blue-McLendon.
"You also don't want an animal
to think food is at the end of your
fingers because they might think
you have food when you don't
or that your hand is part of the
food."
Because of these potential
dangers it's best to feed animals
out of feeders or to'throw it down
as you would to birds in ponds.
There are many specialized
feeders such as bird feeders


and corn cob stations that can
feed the majority of birds and
squirrels.
"If you are going to feed any
animal it is best that you give
them food that is formulated
for them or stick with fruits
and vegetables," states Blue-
McLendon. "Most feed stores
carry special food for ducks,
birds and other wild animals."
If you are feeding animals
such as peacocks and ducks by
throwing food toward them there
is a possibility that they may
become aggressive if they know
you have food.
"If you encounter an
aggressive animal you should
first try noise-aversion to chase
them off. If they don't respond
then just put the food down
and walk away," advises Blue-
McLendon.

See WILDLIFE B9


and Marianne Reynolds
and husband, Todd of
Melbourne; maternal
grandmother Elizabeth
Shelton of Bonifay; pater-
nal grandmother, Wilma
Montgomery of Albany,
Ga.; and several nieces,
nephews, aunts, uncles,
cousins and friends.
Funeral services
were held Jan. 30, 2010
at Shady Grove Baptist
Church and Cemetery
with the Rev. Johnie
Bradshaw officiating and
Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.


Darwin McDougald


James B. Kilgore


Shannon Cook


Thomas E. Nicholas


Myrtle Y. Baxter


,Lynell C. Johnson


William L. Comander


Juana S. Bermudez


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Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Local


Holmes County Times-Advertiser I Washington County News I B9


WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3 ing, located at 412 Kansas Ave.
in Bonifay.
CLOSED: Wausau Library 6 p.m. 9 p.m. GED
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes Prep classes each Tuesday and
County Library open. Thursday at Washington-Hol-
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley mes Technical Center, 757 Hoyt
Library open. St. in Chipley.
1-6 p.m. Vernon Library 6 p.m. TOPS meeting,
open held at Mt. Olive Baptist Church,
10 a.m. to noon Holmes located three miles north of
Council on Aging provides hot Bonifay on Highway 79.
meals and socialization. 6 p.m. Holmes County
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Ver- Tax Watch meets at Sinribo's
non Historical Society Muse- Restaurant on Highway 79 in
um is open to the public; meet- Bonifay.
ings are the fourth Wednesday 6 p.m. Ponce de- Leon
of the month at 2 p.m. City Council meeting.
10:30 a.m. Chipley Gar- 8 p.m. Narcotics Anony-
den Club luncheon/meeting. mous meeting, held at Blessed
Call 638-2111 for information. Trinity Catholic Church in Boni-
11 a.m. Washington fay,
Council on Aging (located in 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
Chipley) senior lunches. For mous meeting, held at New
reservations call 638-6217; do- Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
nations accepted located on Highway 2 in Holmes
Noon Bonifay Kiwanis County.
Club weekly meeting, held at DAY EB
Simbo's Restaurant in Bonifay. FRIDAY, FEB. 5
1 p.m. Line dancing, CLOSED:, Wausau Li-
Washington Council on Aging in brary
Chipley 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
7 p.m. -Depression And County Library open.
Bipolar Support Group meets 1-6 p.m. Vernon Library
at First Baptist Church educa- open
tional annex building in Bonifay.' 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chi-
Call 547-4397. pley Library open,
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony- 10 a.m. to noon Homes
mous meeting, held at Ponce Council on Aging provides bin-
de Leon Methodist Church on go, exercise, games, activities,
Main Street in Ponce de Leon. hot meals and socialization.
THURSDAY, FEB. 4 10:30-11 a.mn.- Wausau Li-
V L a brary preschool story time. .
CLOSED: Vernon Library 11 a.m. Washington
8 a.m. Holmes County Council on Aging (located in
Library open. Chipley) senior lunches, for
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley reservations call 638-6217, do-
Library open. nations accepted.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Library 7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
open. dance until 10 p.m. Music by
10 a.m. to noon Holmes the Country Boys. Admission
Council on Aging provides hot $5; Children 12 and under free
meals and socialization with parents. No smoking or
11 a.m.-Washington Coun- alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50
cil on Aging (located in Chi- giveaways. Refreshments avail-
pley) senior lunches, for reser- able.
vations call 638-6217, donations 8 p.m.- Alcoholics Anony-
accepted. mous open meeting, held at
11:30 a.m. Friends of the Presbyterian Church in Chi-
Washington County Library pley.
meeting, held at Chipley Wom- SATURDAY, FEB.
an'~ Club building. SATURDAY, FEB. 6
Noon Alcoholics Anony- CLOSED: Wausau, Chipley
mnous open meeting, New Life amd Vernon libraries
Assembly Fellowship, Chipley. 8 a.m. to noon Holmes
1-6 p.m. Wausau Library County Library open.
open. 7-10 p.m. Geneva Se-
4 p.m. Chipley City Coun- nior Citizens Dance at Geneva
cil workshop, held at Chipley Community Center, North Iris
City Hall. Street, every Saturday for those
4:30 p.m. Holmes County 21 and older, country music.by
Historical Society meeting, the Flat County Band. Admis-
held at Historical Society build- sion is $4, 50-50 give-away, re-


Visual Arts Fellowship
Exhibition
NICEVILLE The galleries at the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center at North,
west Florida State College will be
the debut venue for the Florida
Visual Arts Fellowship Exhibition
in 2010, which runs through Feb.
21. The exhibition is free and open
to the public. Gallery hours for the
exhibit are Monday-Thursday from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from
1-4 p.m. and 90 minutes prior to per-
formances in the main stage the-
ater of the Mattie Kelly Arts Center.
*


For information, call the gallery
office at 729-6044.

Silk Painting
FORT WALTON BEACH The Art
and Design Society will have a silk
painting workshop with Instructor
Anita Hester, on Feb. 6 at Studio
B from 10 a.m. -5p.m. Bring your
lunch. The cost for ADSO members
is $60, non members $70, with a
supply fee of $10. Participants need
to bring watercolor brushes. The
Art Center is at 17 First St. SE. For
more information, call 244-1271.


Bridal Fair
PANAMA CITY BEACI#- The Palms
Conference Center will host the
First Bridal Fair on Feb. 28 from
1-4 p.m. This will be the first of
two shows per year that we will
be holding at the Palms. This is
an inside, rain or shine event..
We have space for 40 vendors,
and the cost is $100 for an 8-by-8
space. The sports bar will host a
reception for guests and we will
have a live DJ providing back-
ground music. Call 249-2501 and
request an application. The Palms
Conference Center is at 9213 ,


freshments, no smoking or al-
cohol.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW
dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; 'children 12 and under free
with parents. No smoking or
alcohol. Door prizes and 50/50
giveaways. Refreshments avail-
able.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Bonifay
Methodist Church, Bonifay, on
Oklahoma Street.
SUNDAY, FEB. 7
1 p.m. Abate of Florida,
a Motorcyclist Rights Organi-
zation, meets at 2229 Bonifay-
Gritney Road. For information
call 850-548-5187.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held in the board
room at Graceville-Campbellton
Hospital Boardroom, Gracev-
ille.
MONDAY, FEB. 8
CLOSED: Wausau and Ver-
non libraries
'9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open..
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides bin-,
go, exercise, games, activities,
hot:meals and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located in
Chipley) senior lunches, for res-
ervations call 638-6217, dona-,
tions accepted.
5 p.m. VFW Post 10085
regular monthly meeting, held
at posthome, located on High!
way 279 North in Vernon. For
more information, call 638-4002.
5:30 p.m. Washington
County School Board meeting.
6-7:30 p.m. Salvation
Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting a do-
mestic violence support group
each Monday. The meeting will.
be, held at the SADVP Rural
Outreach office at 1461 S. Rail-,
road Ave., apartment one, in
Chipley. Call Emma or Jess at
415-5999.
6 p.m. Bonifay City Coun-
cil meeting.
6 p.m. Five Points Crime
Watch. Supper will be served at
6 p.m. For more information,
call 535-2312 or 535-2657.
6:30-8:30 p.m. Conver-
sational English classes for
internationals, held at Shiloh
Baptist Church. Contact church
office, 638-1014 or Karma Cook,
638-8418.'
7 p.m. -Vernon City Coun-


Front Beach Road.

Bunco Tea
NICEVILLE The Twin Cities
Hospital Auxiliary is sponsoring a
Bunco Tea on Feb. 11, at the Holy
Name of Jesus RC Church, 1200
Valparaiso Blvd. A continental
breakfast will be served at 8:30
a.m. and the play begins at 9:30
a.m. A tea luncheon will be served.
Seating is limited. For more infor-
mation, call Pat at 897-6485. Tickets
are on sale for $20. All proceeds
benefit the Auxiliary Scholarship
RFnd.


Foreclosures often are first-come, first-served


Dear Dave, tough to get a short sale
I want to buy a foreclosure. worked out in the two or
How do I go about it, and where three weeks before the
do I look? I'm having a hard foreclosure actually oc-
time making anything happen, curs. So, I started looking
because it seems like the real es- for houses that had some
tate brokers are buying them up. decent equity in them. I'd
before I know they're available or leave it alone if the house
have a chance to look at them. was worth $110,000 and
Jeff there was still $100,000
owed. But if you've got a
Dear Jeff, situation where they owe $10(
I used to buy and sell foreclo- and it's worth $300,000, then v
sures for a living, and for a while got something to talk about!
I ran into the same trouble you're Once you find some good p
having now. It didn't take long for sibilities, cut them out of the l
me to realize that you need to be newspaper or legal publication
the first one to talk to the person then go to the courthouse and
who's suffering the foreclo-sure. It up how much each one of their
can almost be a first-come, first- owed. That culls about 90 per
served situation, and you need to of them. After that, I'd just dri
beat a path to the person's door over and talk to the 10 percent
in a hurry if you want a chance to that are left. I found lots of go
make a deal! deals just talking to the owner
Another problem I noticed before the foreclosure sale toi
was that a lot of the people who place!
were being foreclosed on owed
lots more on the house than I was Dear Dave,
ever willing to pay. Plus, it's really My wife and I bought some


furniture a while back on
what we thought was a
24-months-same-as-cash
plan. The original pur-
chase price was $1,600. The
other day, I got a callfrom
a collector saying that it
DAVE RAMSEY was actually a 12-month
DAVE RAMSEY plan, and the balance is
ave Says now $2,800. We looked at
the contract, and it was
0,000 our mistake on the length of the
ve've plan. Still, that makes the interest
rate about 30 percent. Is there any-
ios- thing we can do about this?
ocal Robert
n,
I look Dear Robert,
m This is one of the reasons I tell
cent people to stay away from "same as
ive cash" agreements. You might not
t have agreed to a specific percent-
od age rate, and I'll bet it's something
r less when you factor in the time
ok before and after the 12-month
period ended. Still, I'm pretty sure
that when you signed the contract
you did agree to have this thing
convert to a financed contract if


you didn't pay it off in 12 months.
These kinds of deals are re-
ally scummy. Not only have they
charged you interest since the 12-
month period ended, they've also
back-charged you interest for the
entire length of the contract!
These same-as-cash contracts
are a bear trap, Robert. They're
designed to screw you over big
time. You can try to dispute it, but
I've got a feeling you'll lose and
have to pay about $1,200 in stupid
tax on this one. Lots of people
think they can pull one over on
a company with the "same as
cash" deal, but stuff almost al-
ways comes up-even if you don't
misread the contract. I've said it a
million times, Robert. If you play
with snakes, you will be bitten!


Dave Ramsey is a personal
money management expert, pop-
ular national radio personality
and the author of three New York
Times bestsellers. For more finan-
cial help, visit daveramsey.com.


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Community BRIEFS


cil meeting.
7 p.m. Vernon Lodge 164
F&AM. Call Johnny Worthing-
ton at 535-0310.
7:30 p.m. Vernon Mason-
ic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anon-
ymous open meeting, held
at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, located on Highway
177A, Bonifay.
TUESDAY, FEB. 9
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
8:30 a.m. Orange Hill
Soil and Water Conservation
District meeting at the Ag Cen-
ter in Chipley.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Library
open.
9 a.m. Tourist Develop-
ment Council meeting.
9 a.m. Holmes County
Commission meeting.
9:30. a.m. to 4 p.m. -
Wausau Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
'meals and socialization.
.11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located in'
Chipley) senior lunches, for
reservations call 638-6217, do-
nations accepted.
Noon Chipley Kiwanis
Club weekly meeting.
Noon Alcoholics Anony-
mous open meeting, New Life
Assembly .Fellowhship Hall,
Chipley.
5:30 p.m. Holmes Coun-
cil on Aging Board meeting
5:30 p.m. Chipley Down-
town Merchants Association,
827 Main Street
6-9 p.m. GED Prep class-
es each Tuesday and Thursday
at Washington-Holmes Techni-
cal Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chi-
pley. /
6 p.m. Holmes County
Development Commission
meeting.,
6 p.m. Chipley City Coun-
cil meeting. ,
6 p.m. Ebro City Council
meeting.
7 p.m. Caryville City
Council meeting.
7:30 p.m. Wausau Ma-
sonic Lodge meeting.
8 p.m. Alcoholics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Presby-
terian Church in Chipley.
8 p.m. Narcotics Anony-
mous meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church in Bon-
ifay..


WILDLIFE

from page B8
While feeding wild
animals from feeders is
the.best way to protect
your body, if you are
feeding animals outside
your home they can still
damage your house and
landscape.
"You want to be careful
when attracting any
animals to your house,"
warns Blue-McLendon.
"Squirrels can chew on
houses and deer have
been known to get into
landscaping and eat
valuable plants such as
roses and daylilies."
Once these animals
come into urban settings
and destroy property they
are known as nuisance
wildlife and can cause
hundreds of dollars of
damage. Because this
is a problem in many
areas there are a variety
of companies that deal
with the removal of these
animals. However, if you'
do have'a problem the
best way to get rid of'
the animals is to simply
remove the'food source.
"I would advise that
if you live in the city you
only feed birds. Squirrels
can stillbe a problem
around bird feeders, but
they should not draw
other wildlife," explains
Blue-McLendon. "It
really depends upon a
person's situation though,.
because if you live in the
country and you want to
attract things like deer
you can find landscaping
* and plants that are deer-
resistant."
Another thing to
consider when feeding
wild animals is that
some animals, such as
raccoons, skunks, foxes
and opossums, can carry
rabies and other zoonotic
diseases that can be
spread to domestic pets.
"Some zoonotic
diseases can cause severe
neurological disease
for other animals so
it's important to keep
wild animals away from
your pets," states Blue-
McLendon. "They don't
even have to bite your
pet to infect them. For
example, one intestinal
parasite that raccoons
carry is a cause of
neurological problems in
animals."
Watching squirrels
climb up trees and
beautiful birds flying
around your home can
be an entertaining and
peaceful experience. By
making sure that you are
protecting yourself, your
property and the animals
you can make sure that the
experience continues to be
a positive one.

Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical
Sciences, Texas A&M
University. Stories can
be viewed on the Web at
http://tamunews.tamu.
edu/. Suggestions for
future topicscan be
directed to cvmtoday@
cvm.tamu.edu.


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ADVERTISEMENT FOR
BIDS
WA6HINGTON COUNTY
BOCC

TRI-COUNTY COMMU-
NITY COUNCIL PARKING
LOT
Separate sealed BIDS for
TRI-COUNTY COMMU-
NITY COUNCIL PARKING
LOT will be received by
Washington County at the
Administrative Office until
3:00pm (CST) on Feb-
ruary 16, 2010 The bid
will be awarded at the next
scheduled Board- of
County Commissioner's
meeting.
The proposed project will
include the construction of
an asphalt parking lot and
stormwater management
facility to serve the existing
Tri County Community
Council Office building.
The proposed project is lo-,
cated northeast of Chipley
on S.R. 273. The site cur-
rently has grass parking
and minimal demolition
and clearing will be re-
quired prior to construc-
tion. The proposed park-'
ing lot will require 2" SP
12.5 asphalt, 8" limerock
base, and 12" Type B sta-
bilized subgrade. The en-
trance road will tie into
S.R. 273, requiring mainte-
nance of traffic and shoul-
der work at the. proposed
FDOT driveway connection
location. The parking lot
will require .striping,
signage, concrete side-
walk construction and
some modified Type "F"
curb for stormwater con-
veyance.
The CONTRACT DOCU-
MENTS include all perti-
nent attachments neces-
sary in order for-bidders to
properly -respond. The,
documents may be exami
ined at the following loca-
tions:
Washington County Ad-
ministrative Office, 1331
South Blvd., Chipley, FL
32428.
Preble-Rish, Inc., 877
County Hwy. 393 North;
- Santa Rosa Beach, FL
32459.*
Copies of the CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS may be ob-
tained at the following lo-
cation upon payment of
$150.00 for each set.
(Non-refundable).
Washington County Ad-
ministrative Office, 1331
South Blvd., Chipley, FL
32428.
The Board reserves tbhe
right to waive informalities
in any bid, to accept
and/or reject any or all
bids on the whole or in
part with just cause, and to
accept the bid that in their
judgment will be in the
best interest of Washing-
ton County.
As published in the
Washington, County News
February 3, 10, 2010.
Correction
PUBLIC NOTICE

YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that the Board of
County Commissioners of
Washington County, Flor-
ida, will hold an Executive
Session for the purpose of
discussing settlement ne-
gotiation, strategy and liti-
gation expenditures in a
matter of pending litigation
Wednesday, February 9,
2010 commencing at 9:00
a.m. The meeting will be
held at the Board's regular
meeting place located at
1331 South Boulevard,
Chipley, Florida.
The meeting will convene
in public session, after
which the executive ses-
sion will commence. The
only persons permitted to
attend the Executive Ses-
sion are: the Board Mem-
bers, the Chief Adminis-
trative Officer of the Board,
Public Safety Director, the
Board's Attorneys, and an
Official Court Reporter.
Following the Executive
Session, the Board will re-
convene in public session
for the purpose of taking
any official action required
and for adjourning this
meeting.
DATED this 28 day of Jan-
uary, 2010.
B O A R D
OF/COUNTY/COMMIS-
SIONERS OFWASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
BY: PETER HERBERT,
COUNTY MANAGER
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTy FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-500


THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
KEDNER DORNEVIL, a
Married Person
FRANCISCA CARLON, a
Married Person
Defendants

NOTICE OF ACTION '
TO: KEDNER DORNEVIL'
and FRANCISCA
CARLON, whose last
known residence is 5189
WASHINGTON ROAD,
DELRAY BEACH, FL
33484, if alive, and if
dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in Mar-
ion County, Florida:
Lot 17, Block 0410, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 6, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 60 through 76,
'of the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles IE. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiffs Attorney,, P.O.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a -default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary3, 10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CML COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-481
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
MARIE C. JEAN,
an Unmarried Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: MARIE C. JEAN,
whose last known resi-
dence is 13712
FRANKTON ST.,
ROSEDALE, NY 11422, if
alive, and if dead, their un-
known spouse, heirs, devi-
sees, .grantees, creditors
or other parties claiming
by, through, under or
against them and all other
persons claiming any right,
title or interest in the real
property described below..
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 3, Block 0186, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 42 through 54, of
the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RO.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352)629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3,10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-472
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
NAHARRY GHANESS


Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: NAHARRY GHANESS,
whose last known address
Is 90-23 184TH STREET,
HOLLIS NY 11423, if alive,
and if dead, their-unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, titlp or,
interest in the real property
'described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage, on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 19, Block 0759, of
SUNNY .HILLS UNIT 11,
according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 2, at Pages 120
through 128, of the Public
Records of. Washington
County, Florida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses; if any, to it
on .Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiffs Attorney, P.O.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK QF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478 .
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary3, 10,2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-473
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
NAHARRY GHANESS
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION '
TO: NAHARRY GHANESS,
whose last known address
is 90-23 184TH STREET,
HOLUS NY 11423, if alive,
and if dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
'Lot 20, Block 0759, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 11,
according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 2, at Pages 120
through 128, of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida.:
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RP.O.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief.
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3,10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-488
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
LY U D M I L A
ZACHINYAYEVS,
an Unmarried Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LYUDMILA
ZACHINYAYEVA, whose
last known residence is
3105 BRIGHTON 3RD
STREET, BROOKLYN, NY
11235, if alive, and if
dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,


grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 01, Block 0176, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,'
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 42 through 54,
of the-Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida. f
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, P.O.
Box 5056, Ocila, FL 34478
and file the original with
the CleYk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first ,publication of this
notice of action; otherwise'
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein. .
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE= COURT.
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3, 10,2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-489
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
LY U D M I L A
ZACHINYAYEVS, -
an Unmarried Person
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LYUDMILA-
ZACHINYAYEVA, whose
last known residence is
3105 BRIGHTON 3RD
STREET, BROOKLYN, NY
11235, if alive, and if
dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 18, Block 0187, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 42 through 54,
of the Public Records' of
Washington County, Flor-
ida. .
has been filed against you
and -you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RP.O.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above,
styled Court no later than'
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3, 10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-514
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
CARLOS LUIS CALDERA
an Unmarried Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CARLOS LUIS CAL-
DERS, whose last known
address is AV3C LA LAGO
RES MEDITERRANEA,
TORRE A PLANT BAJA
DIAGONAL AL HOSPITAL
COROMOTO MARACAIBO
VENEZUELA, if alive, and
if dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons


claiming anyright, title or
interest In the real property
described below.
YOU'RE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 13, Block 0202, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book.
2, at Pages 42 through 54,
of the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, P.O.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk. of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date df
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of.January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RP.O. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary3, 10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-490
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration'
Plaintiff,
vs
GAUNA PETRENKO,
an Unmarried Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GALINA PETRENKO,
whose last known resi-
dence is 65-15 YELLOW-
STONE BLVD. APT #6C,
FORREST HILLS, NY
11375, if alive, and if dead,
their unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, un-
der or against them and all
other persons claiming
any right, title or interest in
the real property described
below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
'FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 6, Block 187, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 42 through 54,
of the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RO.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded In the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RP.O. Box 5056'
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3, 10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-505
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
CICERO SALMON III,
an Unmarried Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CECERO SALMON III,
whose last known resi-
dence is 2410 BARKER
AVENUE, BRONX, NY
10467, if alive, and if dead,
their unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, un-
der or against them and all
other persons claiming
any right, title or interest in
the real property described
below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-


ida:
Lot .19, Block 0294, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 3, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 38 through 41,
of the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RO.,
Box 5056,'Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the' Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attomey for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL.34478 .
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3,10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION ,
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-510
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
JOHN PROSPER,
a Married Person
EARL GRANT,
a Married Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JOHN PROSPER and
EARL GRANT, whose last
known residence is 1440
LORING AVENUE, APT.
#3, BROOKLYN, 'NY
11208, if alive, and if dead,
their unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, un-
der or against them and all
other persons claiming
any right, title or interest in
the real property described
below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 12, Block 0091, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 1, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 9 through 27,
of the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you,
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RO.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3, 10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-502
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
SEAN MILLS
CECILY MILLS,
Husband and Wife
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SEAN MILLS and
CECILY MILLS whose'last
known, residence is 184-06
144TH 'ROAD, SPRING-
FIELD GARDENS, NY
11413, if alive, and if dead,
their unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, un-'
der or against them and all
other persons claiming
any right, title or interest in
the real property described
below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 01, Block 0264, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 2, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,


as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 28 through 37,
of the Public ,Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it.
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RO.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
,ruary3 10,2010. F
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-517
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
SOULEYMANE PORGO,
a Married Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SOULEYMANE
PORGO, whose last known
residence is 739 EAST
213TH STREET, BRONX,
NY 10467; if alive, and if
dead, their unknown
spouse,- heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 18, Block 161, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4, ac-I
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 42 through 54,
of the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are. required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiffs Attorney, PO.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Cpurt no later than
30 days from 'the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
'LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT.
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3, 10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-509
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
SUKHJINDER SINGH
An Unmarried Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: SUKHJINDER SINGH,
whose last known resi-
dence is 88-14 181ST
STREET, HOLLIS, NY
11423, if alive, and if dead,
their unknown spouse,
heirs, devisees, grantees,
creditors or other parties
claiming by, through, un-
der or against them and all
other persons claiming
any right, title or interest in
the real property described
below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 26, Block 231, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 2, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 28 through 37,
of the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it'


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on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, P.O.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than.
30 days from the date of
the first' publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.'
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155,
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3,10, 2010. -
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-480
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION,-a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff, .
vs
GUSTAVO GAMBOA
DOLL MALAVER
Husband and Wife ,
Defendant,

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GUSTAVO GAMBOA
and DOLL MALAVER,
whose last known resi-
dence is ORB VILLA AN-
TILLANA, PUERTO ORDAZ
VENEZUELA, if alive, and if
dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs,' devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in.
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 03, Block 0033, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 1, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, at Pages 9 through 27,
of the, Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney,. RO.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein..
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attomey for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3, 10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON'
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-479
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,,
vs
GUSTAVO GAMBOA
DOLL MALAVER
Husband and Wife .
.Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GUSTAVO GAMBOA
and DOLL MALAVER,
whose last known resi-
dence is URB VILLA AN-
TILLANA, PUERTO ORDAZ
VENEZUELA, if alive, and if
dead, *their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property In
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 24, Block 0144, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 4, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded In Plat Book
2, at Pages 42 through 54,
of the Public Records of
Washington County, Flor-
ida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, If any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RO.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above


styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA '
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attomey for Plaintiff
RO. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3,10, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-487
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a. Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs .
GUSTAVO GAMBOA
DOLL MALAVER
Husband and Wife
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: GUSTAVO GAMBOA
and DOLL MALAVER,
whose last known resi-
dence is URB VILLA AN,
TILLANA, PUERTO ORDAZ
VENEZUELA, if alive, and if
dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 4, Block 1187, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 17,
according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded in Plat
Book 3, at- Pages 59
through 63, of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida.
has been filed against you
and you are required' to
serve, a copy of ,your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on. Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, P.O.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than "
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Com-
plaint filed herein.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court, this
25 day of January, 2010.
LINIA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE COURT
WASHINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA
By JC Rogers
As Deputy Clerk
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff
RP.O. Box 5056
Ocala, FL 34478
Phone: (352) 629-1155
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Feb-
ruary 3, 10, 2010.
IN THE ,CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTEENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL COURT DIVISION.
CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-492
THE DELTONA CORPO-
RATION, a Delaware cor-
poration
Plaintiff,
vs
AVANTI MAHARAJH, an
Unmarried Person
ARTHUR SOOKDEO, and
Unmarried Person
Defendant

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: ARTHUR SOOKDEO,
whose last known resi-
dence is 2000 N.W. 105TH
LANE, CORAL SPRINGS,
FL 33071, if alive, and if
dead, their unknown
spouse, heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors or
other parties claiming by,
through, under or against
them and all other persons
claiming any right, title or
interest in the real property
described below.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
FIED that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
Washington County, Flor-
ida:
Lot 05, Block 0477, of
SUNNY HILLS UNIT 8, ac-
cording to the Plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat ,Book
2, at Pages 88 through
101, of the Public Records
of Washington County,
Florida.
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your writ-
ten defenses, if any, to it
on Charles E. Berk, Esq.,
Plaintiff's Attorney, RPO.
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478
and file the original with
the Clerk of the above
styled Court no later than
30 days from the date of
the first publication of this
notice of action; otherwise
a default will be entered


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against you for the relief TALMA R BOURNE, of Washington County, gation expenditures in a AMMO-9mm, 38/357, 45 Pre-Engineered Steel
demanded in the Com- an Unmarried Person Florida. matter of pending litigation For Sale; baby hicks ACP, 30-30, 35 REM, Building Sale- Low As
plaint filed herein. Defendant has been filed against you Wednesday, February 9, $1.00 each. Layng hens AC 30-30, 35 REM Building SaleF. Low Asr War-aregver poson
WITNESS my hand and and you are required to 2010 commencing at $12.00 each Baby ducks 45/70. New/factory re- $3.9 Build- e o uresd thru Satn
the Seal of this Court, this NOTICE OF ACTION serve a copy of your wrk- 10:00 a.m. The meeting $2.50 each Call ange. 50 CAL muzzle- wings, Garages, Wre- EMPLOYM on. Thursday thru at
25 day of January, 2010. TO: TALMA R BOURNE, ten defenses, if any, to it will be held at the Board's 850-547-3129 or Cell # exchange. 50 CAL muzzles- gs, G Mini-Storage --- -M uray, T pm Op.m,
LINDA HAYES COOK, whose last known real- on Charles E. Berk, Esq., regular meeting place lo- &50-415-2998 loading bullets. CBL, houses, Mini-Storage, urday, 2pm-10p.m.
LINDA HAYES COOK, whose last known resl- on Charles E. Berk, Esq., regular meeting place lo- 85151 8 0 0-741 9 7 0 7, Barns, Multi-Use, Mari- 4100 -'Help Wanted Sunday-Monday, 10a.m.
CLERK OF THE COURT dence is 20403 LINDEN Plaintiff's Attorney, P.O. cated at 1331 South p 850-260-1342, Chipley nas, Factory Erection & 410 Employment 6p.m. No experience
WASHINGTON COUNTY, BLVD., ST. ALBANS, NY Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478. Boulevard, Chipley, Flor- Chiy neld Service Available Information necessary. Must be clean,
FLORIDA 11412, if alive, and if dead, and file the original with ida.. (800)720-6857. cookinsls an possess
By JC Rogers their unknown spouse, the Clerk of the above The meeting will convene d sk7 20 poseN
As Deputy Clerk heirs, devisees, grantees, styled Court no later than in public session, after --------- 'J- --- ------------11 a valid driver's license. No
Attomrneyfor Plaintiff claiming by, through, un- the first publication of this sion will commence. The Firm land or pasture In years.Duties include ck-
RO. Box 5056 der or against them arid all notice of action; otherwise only persons permitted to Lf RRY CAGLE o I Chipley, Vernon, I ing, cleaning and assisting
Ocala,'FL 34478 other persons claiming a default will be entered attend the Executive -.* I If you need to' I Graceville, Bonifay area. Administrative residents with other daily
Phone: (352) 629-1155 any right, title or interest in against you for the relief Session are: the Board "buy or sell I 850-718-1859.'. living requirements. Appli-
As published in the Wash- the real property described demanded in the Corn- Members, the Chief Ad- MERCHANDISE construction equipment LSuperstarcustomera the atinfacility malocatbe placedbehindat
ington County News Feb- below, plaint filed herein. ministrative Officer of the NI I
ruar 3,10,2010.' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- WITNESS my hand. and Board, the West SdeSu-31 A es Ex rs Faes, I Wanted: Junk alliances Servce Representatve Dee's Restaurant in Ver-
RFIED that an action to fore- the Seal of this Court, this pervisor, the Board's Attor 3110 App ances Excavators, Forrestry, wn-mowers, arm an Bonifay, FL non. 850-20-1871
I N T H E C I R C U I T A t1 2 o r-I A r t sn m o weas ,t sam'ao n t af at F L n o n.:B 5 0 2 6 0 1 8 7 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 3120c- Arts & Crafts 'Contact- 2 garden equipment, golf The abilities we are
OF THE FOURTEENTH close a mortgage on the' 25 day of January, 2010. neys, and an Official Court 3130-Auctions cel:50-449-1432abilies we are
OF THE FOURTEENTH following property in LINDA HAYES COOK, Reporter. Following the Ex- 3140 Baby Items 1- -- -- carts, satellites or ree looking for: _
JUDICIAL CRCUIT IN Washington County, Flor- CLERK OF THE COURT ecutive Session, the Board 3150 Building Supplies will pick up. Call Able to-~ork in a fast pace
FOR WASH ida: WASHINGTON COUNTY, will reconvene in public 3160- Business 850-547-0088 environment
COUN FLORIDA Lot 44, Block 233, of FLORIDA session for the purpose of 3170- Clle es Muasking a mst Call To Place An Ad
CIVIL COURT DSI7-09-CA-5ON07 SUNNY HILLS UNIT 2, ac- By JC Rogers taking, any official action 3180 Computers 3300 Fast Learner In Classifieds.
CASE NO.7-09-CA-507 cording to the Plat thereof, As Deputy Clerk required and for adjourn- 3190 -'Electronics i Computer skills int
THE DELTONA CORPO- .as recorded in Plat Book CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ. ing this meeting. 3200 Firewood DIVORCE with or with- 3310 Microsoft WORD & Excel Washington County
RATION, a Delaware 2, at Pages 28 through 37, Attorney for Plaintiff DATED this 28 day of 3210- Free Pass It On out Children $125.00. Presentation Skills News
prtnoft.. 3220 Furniture'
poraionff of the Public Records of RO. B 5056 January, 2010. 3230- Garage/Yard Sales With FREE name MUSIC LESSONS; Piano, Ability to interactwith (850)638-0212
Plaintiff, Washington County, Flor- Ocala, FL 34478 B 0 A R D 3240- Guns change documents and Guitar, Bass, Drums, Public
vs HOWARDda Phone:(352)629-1155 OF/COUNTY/COMMIS- 3250- Good Thingsto Eat marital settlement Banjo, Mandolin, Violin, If this sounds like you then Holmes County
HOWARD UNDSAY has been filed against yob As published in the Wash- SIONERS OFWASHINGTON 3260 Health & Fitness agreement. Fast and Flute. Covington Music, email your resume to Times-Advertiser
SARAH A. LINDSAY and. you are required to Ington County News Feb- COUNTY, FLORIDA, 3270 Jewelry/Clothing easy. Call us We buy used musical in- sci agent@yahoo.com. (850) 547-9414
Husband and Wife serve a copy of your writ- ruary 3, 10, 2010. BY: PETER HERBERT, 3280 Machinery/ 2 4h rs /.7 d a y s : struments. Downtown Salary Based on Exp. +
DefendantEquipment
Defendant ten defenses, if any, to it IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- COUNTY MANAGER 3290 Medical Equpment (8 8 8) 7 8 9 0 1 9 8 ; Chipley. 850-638-5050. Health Insurance
NOTICE OF ACTION on Charles E. Berk, Esq., DICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND As published in the 3300 Miscellaneous wwwCourtDivorceServi c
O: OADN Y Plaintiff's Attorney, PO. FOR WASHINGTON Washington County News 3310 Musical Instmments con,
and SARAHA.LINDSAY Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478 COUNTY FLORIDA February 3, 6,'2010: 3320 Plant & Shrubs/
whose last known resi- and file the original with Case No.: 67-09-CA-569 Supp3330 Resaurant/Hot Ge Dish FREE
dence is 12-10 JEFFER- the Clerk of the above IN RE: TERMINATION OF 3340 Sporting Goods inslaiatioon.-i 9 99 rr
SON AVENUE, BROOK-0 styled Court no later than PARENTAL RIGHTS FOR 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) HBO & Snowamrre e
LYN, NEW YORK 11221, If 30 days from the date of THE PROPOSED ADOP- FREE O er 5 HO
alive, and if dead, their un- notie of action; otherwi TION OF: 0 110 1 Cn.RE0 FREE Loqeeu






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knclownse a mortgageon e Petition for TerADAMISAIAHJONES of Consignments. R acemena Equpm,250 Tax Serce Open da modeling, & GutteringMiniWarehouses.Ifyou
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against youforashington County, Flor the relief on with the Adoption of LLC.#642. karat ello olddtamond e and Residetial Do Lamar Townsend
or other parties claiminSQ ADAM ISAIAH JONES,850-263473,Office Call596-1196/5962138 (850)637/1/2004539, north of
by through, under orf Attoaint meyfor in minor has been filed8502587652, Chad cut mo UcRC 29027242 & TTownsends.
against them and all othereof, a copy of your written de www.masonaucton. Feb. 27, 2010.take $700
persons claiming any. right, the Seal of this Court, th a is NOTICE OF ACTION I n, Foe' I. H1. JazzyElectrIc
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property described below. K SHAKLES, address un- Call now for detalscaord$1on.Cost s'
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and youth actre required to OF THE F OURTEENTH d ate of publication.and file L i Construction, g s Oven/rangnk yellow gold diamond ring,Free
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lon Charles E. Berk, Esq.,COUNTY FLORIDA seUitce, on Petitioners' Trmnaton- www.f l orida-classiieds.co p g 638162 Established 1980 547-3910
and file the original with47-9414 Consignments. Replacement vTHE DELTONAalue $1250CRPO- fault Tax Servce Open days modelingMobile Homes & Guttering, Mini Warehouses. f you
the Clerk ofn the above RA ogers Parental Rights in Conne Masn Auction & Sales, will take $600. Lades10 a week 8amto 5pm. Call Fee Estimates Comm- don't ha the room, We





styled Court no later than portion demanded in the Petition. MINIMUM PRICE B a th r ,
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notice of action; otherwise TANISHEABLAIR, HON. LINDA HAYES (225)686-2252. or
a defau will be entered an Unmarried Person ADAM ISAIAH Are you Pregnant? 850-2 7, Office clusterpendant, 7 roundCal 59-1196/96-2138 (850)638-4539, north of
against you fore relief Defendant has Clerk o f iled, Court 850-258-762, Chadopt brilliant cut diamonds. Re- c#RC 29027242 & ion? omTownsends.
nto the Plat thereof, P0- Box you are required to serve a-850-849-0792, Gerald placement value $1450 ,CGC 1506283
cording to F 8. Box 5056 copy of your written de- www.masonauction.com will take $700.
as recorded in Plat Book Phone (352)629-1155 By:.McDfenses, if anie y, We to itre on 1120 850-956-2037.













plaint 8iled herein. NOTICE OF ACTION As. Deputy Clerk ^ seeking to adopt. Fi- **
WI2, at Pages 28 hand and TO: TANISHEA BLAIR- Frank A s published in the Wash- nancial security Ex-
Wasthe Seal ofng this Court, this whose last known resi- ington County News Feb- pe431 LafayettehStreet Mar- Advertising that works. Auction 4adaHo-e GORaiotab lEiA TYSSHP -
LINDA HAYES COOK,APT. #3, FebBEACON, NY 27 Open House: chairs. $125. Echo $5.00 off perm, SOD & SEED on the farm, uum Cleaner Repair guar-














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has been ild against you IN THE CIRCUIT COURT fore 30 days i om the first Papers throughout






SE r a Florida for one low 2/13,20' 21' View F 1 chain-saw $75. $1off mens haircuts & delivered or installed. Cn- anteed service on all
tenedefenses, if any,'to it FOR "WASHINGTON of this court either before 742-1373 or visit www u c- m white, excellent condition Call Portia for an muda. West Florida Turf estimates. Western Auto,
on Charles E. Berk. Esq., COUNTY, FLORIDA service on Petitioners' at- www.florida-classifieds.co fier, paid $89. asking $30. 638-8162 Established 1980 547-3910
Plaintiff's Attorney,. 0. CVL COURT DMsIoN tourney or .immediately. m Public Auction 450+ Handheld d marine/radio,
Box 5056, Ocala, FL 34478 CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-503 thereafter. Otherwise, a de- skst Travel Trailers, ParkL Unden $75. 850-638-0560
and file the' original with THE DELTONA CORPO- fault will be. entered Homes, Mobile Homes "
styled Court no later than portion demanded in the Petition. t s i MINIMUM 5bPRICEI
30, days from the date of Plaintiff, g o DATED this January 20, e- Carencrd, LA' Satur-
the first publiCation of this vs p. 'n 2010. s 10 130 day, Feb 6, 2010
notice of action; otherwise TANISHEA BLAIR, HON. LINDA' HAYES (225)686-2252., or'
a default will be entered an Unmarried Person COOK Are you Pregnant9 www.hendersonauctions.c
against you for' he relief Defendant As Clerk of the Court '. Considering adoption? om LA UC# 136
demanded-in the Com- By:K. McDaniel t We are married couple i1 .
plaint filed herein. NOTICE OF ACTION AsDeputy Clerk seeking to adopt. Fi- .
WITNESS my hand and TO: TANISHEA BLAIR, As published in the Wash- nancial secutrailer hh, ladies Seafotyod NSTRCTION
the Seal of this Court this whose last known, Foresi- ingon County News Feb peses paid. Call Mariath .
25 dayofJanuay, 2010. dence Is 25 KENT STREET ruaryi3, 10,17,24,2010. & Ernie (ask for 32Om. uo T O D AMON
TALMNDA P.HAYES COOK, APT #3, EACON, NY LEGAL NOTICEa ichelle/adam) 79 o32 Son-Law Loca Shrimp M l
CLERK OF THE COURT 12508, if alive, and if dead,- aN 1-19 S mR OI.50 n
WASHINGTON COUNTY, their unknown spouse, Washinston County has Bar# 0150789 deliver. 85073-6350 o r S GD5p ,RI B n
11 a d ,T asevo. 850-7-5 or MINISTORAGE Denton'sI l l a R OIN
FLORIDA heirs, devisees, grantees, been awarded federal h. 850-m47 13 it.. Sohi le A-
By JC Rogers creditors or other parties funds in the amount of $
As Deputy Clerk claiming by, through, un- 4123 under theOaEmer- P c Consr derng "
CHARLES E. BERK, ESQ. der or ns n against them and all F381d. and Shelter ley's Pets has ex- a(850) L
any right,title o r interest056 any right, t or Interes t ou in Ntional publisheBoard Programin the W h couple, large extended H 177A, Bnfay, FL No esok Specializing in all types of
Ocala, FL 34478 the real property described me ington Count emergency family, seeks to and board- 3230 850) 547072 All types of iron, copper,
below. below.er programs Financially secure. Ex stainless, aluminum and wth fsh,
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ruaryw, p10,2010. close a mortgage on the grant' from the National 3757. Agency # 10x10 $46.01 refrigerators and stoves 18 Years Experience
IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT following property in n toa aenc i ns 100003635 3FamI ya ebr u 10X20 $80.25 I i 1004 N Oklahoma St Licensed & Insured











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claiming by, through,.un- n- For Information contact 2100 computer items and6nuchw..173.7,
der or against them and all demanded in the Cindy Lee at (850) more. 1672 Hwy 173
other persons plaint filed herein. 547-3688. ShIrley's Pets has ax- Graceville. From Bonifay
any righttitleorcainterestingWITNESSmy*handand54As3688.puby'sPets take 173 north, 3 miles on
othereal propertyn estcib tin WNSel of thai Ct is published in the Wash-. pended.. It now include'
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YOU ARE HERE CLERK OF THE PUBLIC small mammals, reptiles
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close a mortgage ontheYOU ARE HEREBY NOTI the last f months is GOODS SALE. Uke a big REASOrrBLE FREEESTATES
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ruary 3, 10, 2010. described below. T $9 $8
STHE CIRCUIT COURT YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- To place an ad or for more information Tree Removal $9.00 38 Years Of
OF THE FOURTEENTH FIED that an action to fore- call: SmallTr3c Hartesng "r 0 o00U Service In.The
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND close a mortgage on the Chipper Pruning&iTnimmng per week per ieek Tri-County Area
following property inAI
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CASE NO.: 67-09-CA-512 Lot 10, Block 0477, of ac- 6 802 2 r 6 8 2 2 l
THE DELTONA CORPO- SUNNY HILLS UNIT 8, ac- Wshn onl ,'. Cell: 850,573.1270 (850) 638-8428
RATION, a Delaware cor- cordin asonMorris, Owner P547-9414 547-9414
portion as recorded in Plat Book NM n [ 50 638-8428
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* 12B Washington County News/Holmes County Times-Advertiser Wednesday, February 3, 2010

4100 5100 6170 7150 7160 -7190 1 110 8210
\ General ALL Cash Vendingi Do Circle J Mobile Home Two 8 acres on Bedie Rd, 3BR/2BA New Zone III Abandoned Upstate 2007 Ford Mustang Spe
you earn $800 in a Park in Chipley, Two 9 acres on Bedie Rd. 16X80 w/island kitchen, NY Farm. Absolute cial Edition. White w/black Boat Pro Sports. 19ft walk
Licensed Nall Tech for day? 25 Local Ma- 850-832-2929 921 N 2nd Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- plywood floors, glamour sale. 10 acres stream stripes. 26mpg on high- through windshield, rails
A.J.'s Barbershop, next to chines and Candy St.; & Graceville 5262 Ala- res on Buddy Rd. One 10 bath. $35,900. Call Brad @ $29,900! Lake region, .. way. V-6, leather, loaded. up front. Buggy top.
Valencia Jewelry Shop in $9,995. (888)629-9968 bama St. 2&3 /BR units for acres on Gainer Rd. 850-763-7780. woods, fields. Solid in- AUTOMOTIVE, MARM $12,999. Cell, 326-3123. V4115hp Yamaha tan-
Chipley. 850-228-2173. B02000033 CALL US: rent, starting @ $345 per Owner financing For more vestments Terms! Vir- I HECEA .. dem trailer. Low running
we will not be under- mo For info call info call Milton Peel @ Fleetwood MH, 14x54, tual tour: www.newvork 8lo100-Antique & Collectibles hours. Looks & runs like
General sold! 850-832-2929 850-638-1858. 1BR/1BA. Extra large bed- landandlakescom 8110 Cars new. 638-1858.
General For Rent. 2&3BR- Mobiler 8-rs---- -- room, kitchen & living 8120 Sports UtieltyVehtcles130
Now Hiring: Halrstylist, How would another Homes 2BR House anted for Investment room. 8x12 deck front& Foreclosed Go Vans For Sal: 001 Ford
new salon on Main Street. help' you pay your 547-5007. I-hunting tracks. Contact I new. Never been e lived in. 100's of listings in the al6o Motorcycles 30 en 5 4ed a a
Call 850-258-6145 or bills? Work from home, i Ted Knight | Poss for rent. Call Milton Carolinas. Own for frac- 8170 Auto Parts Tonneang, cover. 8320
850-258-3011. Thank you. flexible hours, great in- For Rent: 850-545-7243 UC, R. E. Peel, 638-1858. tion of value Call & Accessories Tonneau cove320
___________ ___ come. Check us out to- 2 & 3/BadroomBroker (877)526-3615, x 2454 821 Boats 850-535-0644.
Medical/Health day or emailk us o Mobi3 /homes Look ng ----' Mobile Home for sale: foreclosedgofhome.com 22 o Personal Watercraft 4 Wheeler
www.enjoythefreedom.net for good place to live & 1999, 14X70, 3BR/2BA 8240 Boat Marine 2006 Arctic Cat 4x4 4
Dental Assistant raise your family in Bon- shingle roof, vinyl siding, Inverness Home 125K, Supplies wheeler $4000. Please call
Expe ence ured 854-547-34la l2L excellent condition. 6 Exceptional Different 8245 Boat Slips & Docks 850-638-5449
Experience requiad8 L4ooda4 fo a place to 7 0 $9,900. 850-265-3166 Lots 2 with Trailers 8310 Aircraft/Aviation COMPLETE PACKAGES
work week. Generous vsa- r n car u 2BR/2BA 16X70. Ve 39+59K. New Tractor 8320 ATVff Road Vehicle FROM
cation &47, benefits rpa, clean. $18,900. Call Brad + Ass., rks, Tralers, 8330 Camers & Tralers995
M Homes n Cot Maker, More-More, Info 1 A#Welded,
Medical/Health Ioncale .n Sapp Rd, 8 m 3BR/2BA 28X52 Dou- (352) 637-1242. All A ldd s8330
les E. f Cohipley. 3br, 2ba, blewide w/drop down den Delray Beach, FL s o8110 AAl RuminumBoats
RN/LPN/HHA REA ETATE & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total w/fireplace. New carpet, New Luxury North Carolina Moun- Y'i- 07 RV Park Model
elec. (850)-258-4868 or paint, appliances. $29,900. Townhomes, Only 6 tains E-Z Finish Log Trailer 12'x35' with 8x12
PT/PTA/OT 6o-Buin al/ 850-209-8847www.charlos Includes set-up. Call Brad Remainl. 3 or 4 bed- Cabin Shell with Acre- Factory Built Screened
MSW11 co Apartmercts countryiving.com @850-763-7780. rooms, 2 car garage age PRE-APPROVED Porch on Front. Built
Come Grow with us 6120 Beach Rentals Was $475,000, NOW Bank FinancingI Only Chrysler Sebring, 2006, 'Fon Same Frame. Fur-
Now Hiring! 6130 CondoTownhouse 3BR/2BA 16X80 w/new $284,900 plus incen- $99,900 Ask About our 98K miles, Gets 20. mpg, Bonifay Florida nished $23,500.00
Tender Touch 5140 House Rentals carpet, paint, fireplace. tivesl (561)922-7424 Mountain Land for Sale great condition, everything ,"ww.xtremeindustries.com (386)752-2279 or
HelthCareServies 6150- Roommate Wanted Very nicely. $19,900. Call DeFalco RE (828)247-9966 Code works, $7000 OBO Call
seeking experienced, ooms nt On beautiful stocked lake. Brad @ 850-763-7780. www.defalco.comr 48A 850-373-3346 : 1 (386)755-2446.
dedicated healthcare 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals 3 br, 2 ba in Vernon area.
professionals .6190a-Timeshare Rentals $550 mbnihr Dnp1. t s2i0>J
to participate in our 6200 Vacation Rentals No smoin1pei On+e One
Ortho, Diabeticand 80-5-7164 MR I N N TOY
Chipley, Bonifay and 6100 o
Ca tnana. Hl E 1eci00 1 Oc -- Jorge Says Don't Miss This Super Sale!!!
Marrianna. Highly Executive Office 1' .,H, ,
Competitive pay. Space for ent downtown C L
Come Join our winning Space for rent downtown l.c 0vi s
Home Health Care.
Team With excellent __6-1918 _.. ..
re tain Rfsqua it Office and Warehouse or
850/913-1584 ds rhE
Or calt Office Manager up door for lease. Apprqxi- I ."' '' "
Or call Offie Manager mately 2b00 .square ft of 7100 Homes
850/913-1500 space for $775 a month 7105 Open House
Mon-Frid am-m into buy at $85K 70 Beach Home
Located at,1302 Railroad 7120 commercial
Trades Ave., Chipley, FL 32428. 7130 Condl ownhouseA PROVED R 4 O I T INTE rp, ATES
GREAT BENEFITS: 7150 Lots and Areage ROD r0 COMPETITIVE
T-CouAnty Community 710- M ile HomeLos Acrea fARS OF EXP RIENC
ing aIcatiout s for Ma us7170 Walertrownl 11.,A110UUII M E ,- !VJR
Council, Inc., is accept- 180 Investment H l IT 0UT!i
ing applications for a I s 0 70-Property-ot-ro ITnOUUH-
Residential State Ii- 710o ut -o-ioen
censed Contractorto 1 br Apartment in Chipley. Real Estale
work for TriCounty Good location. No pets. 7200-Timeshare
Community Council 40 638-4640.
hours per week. -
SUMMARY OF For rent Sleepy Hollow 7, l
DUTIES: Duplex Apartments 7100
Perform a variety 6f HUD not accepted. 2BR!1BA Remodeled
general contractor du- 3BR/1BA. Water, garbage, brick trame nouse on 3 3
ties; includinginsulation lawn care included. Spa- acres 1100scil CHIA. In-
and weatheriazation & cious, energy efficient with cloTt laundry. furnis ed
energy related applica- private yard. 1 rn le 10 AL Sate irRe
tons and residential 850-63-7128. 1079 Rum RdF. Wes title
remodeling. FL 1.65 ,000,
QUALIFICATIONS; THREE 334-588-3564
minimum Florida Con- Bedroom Brick 3BR,2BA, 2 cargar .
tractor Ucense & exper-' Everything New Brick 3BR'2BA, 2 ca ar r
ence with insulation and Convenient location., a. 1700 O SF an a arge 1 ,0I S r a..
energy related Downtown Chipley. ork, srrop I n,5.re Io 3
products. No lease. No pets. mr,r, uis trc.rr, Crpp, lie
REQUIREMENTS: 638-3306. raw ,:rd,5on tos of ex.
I,'as 5197 500
Current drivers license 850-638-0560
and proper vehicle _
insurance. Must be By Owner 5.3 acres
willing to comply with 1 6140 3BR/2BA. 2.000) Square0
background screening. 1BR large lot & e Large normn dCeuri e
Applications may be Barpe1 LA4r.:nrge nnwaier uele,
.obtained from any 3BR/es. Smoke frge envrlot, fruit ew meal rool 17 beanr.g
Tri-County Community trees. Smoke free environ- pecan treesC Darn Re.
Council office and sub- 850-260-9230ment. References. ducedPr,.e 85-5472408
mitted by Wednesday, 8 5 0 2 6 0 9 2 3 0091. DRASTICALLY
February 10, 2010, at 85-57- 1DRASTICALLY.
4:00 p.m. For informa- REDUCED07 O EPHNeiBrnin EL APRIAL
tion and an application 4BR/1BAHouseforrentin BELOW APPRAISAL
call Bridgett Cassiday, Chipley. $650/mth. HUD BLOW A"eRAI
Office Assistant accepted, no pets. oebuyers o get K
334-657-3508. horrebuyers o gei 8K
(850) 547-3689. 03" _or. la ,rAM
Successful applicant will 4BR/3,/2BA Furnished Hurry Before'
be subject to house for rent in New Government Program
pre-employment. drug Hope. On 51 acres. Ends.
Funded by ARRA and Upscale furnishings. Only Also pwner help
Olaed y ntd $1400/mth. 850-3 734. closing fees. 07 HONDA FIT Great Gas Mileage, 35K Miles 09 LEXUS IS 250 Leather, Sunroof, 9400 Miles
applica will be Chipley:3 br, 1 ba. House brand new, beautiful 08 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN Nice Mini Van, 46K Miles 07 NISSAN FRONTIER EXT. CAB Auto., Sharp, 21K Miles
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 753 East Blvd. Incd W/S/G fenced lot w/pond on
EMPLOYER AN DRUG '$650mo'+ $300 dep No 3 acres. $139,000, OBO. 07 HONDA ODYSSEY Leather, Sunroof, 39K Miles 08 FORD EXPLORER XLT Sharp, 34K Miles
SAND SMOKE FREE pets Call850-814-2625 31-346-3303. 09 NISSAN MAXIMA Leather, Sunroof, 21K Miles MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
For Rent 4BR/2BA house
$625. month, plus deposit.
-* -Very Nice, No pets in town
Bonifay, 850-547-9291
S For Rent: 2BR/1BA trailer ar
Able to Travel. Na- $250, 3BR/2BA trailer,
tional Company Hiring $325. a month, Ponce der
Sharp People. Able to Leon area. 850-259-9113.
Start Today. Transpor- For Sale
station & Lodging Fur- For Rent; 2BR/1BA house
nished. NO EXPERI- in Vernon, large fenced y Owner
ENCE Necessary. Paid yard washer/dryer, $550.
Training. Over 18+ month. First, last, deposit.il
(888)921-1999 Available 2/1/10.
www.greenstreetsolutions.c 850-535-5000 or-f
om 850-259-5096T'
Airlines are Hiring. Nice Clean Houses, 1.7 acre doublewide ons e a
Train for high paying apartments and mobile corner lot fenced and
Aviation. Maintenance homes for rent, near 1-10 & cleared. Sears Rd ands
Career. FAA approved Hwy 79. House for Sale. Buckhorn Blvd. Reduced
program. Financial aid Owner Financing, to $65,000. Call 352-316-
if qualified Housing 850-547-2531. 9113 for more information.
available. CALL Avia-,_ _"
tion Institute of Mainte- House for sale By owner
nance (888)349-5387. A 1747 Gilbert Drive, Chiply. 7 Years, 100,000 Mile 160 Point Quality
3BR/1.5BA. 850-547-2937
Drivers Immediate 6170 Limited Warranty** Assurance Inspection
Need! Regional & OTR 2 br Mobile Home, good .' *7 Years, 100,000 Mile Great Selection In
positions available location in Chipley. No ~ Roadside Assistance** Stock To Choose Froni
NOWI CDL-A w/Tanker Pets. 850-638-4640. 7140
pay & Benefits! Call a 2 Mobile homes, clean, 1 lease in Chipley, lush pas- G reat Selection Of Pre-Ow ned -,
recruiter TODAY! fumished with CH/A, car- tures, fence/cross fence,,
(8o7a7)e4y84 -3042 port, deck, garbage, water barn and efficiency apt. Certified Vehicles At G reat Savings! '

OTR Driters Needed. 850-63_-7009 08 Toyota Matrix Automatic : 06 Toyota Tacoma Pre-Runner TRD, Ext. Cab
Tanrd, Posto Prr 2BR/2BAaMobile Homefor | 7 08 Toyota F3 Cruiser Sharp! 06 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4 Dr., V-8
Ic, is a financially sta- rent. 3BR/2BA also. Water 1 Acre on Aiford Hwy for 07 Toyota Yaris Automatic 09 Toyota Sienna LE Sharp
growing carrier 9 furnished. 3 miles East of 850-658-6159. 06 Toyota Sienna LE Sharp Mini Van! 07 Toyota 4-Runner SR5 V-6 Super Nice
(8 0 7 77- 0 21 2 Call849-6842or638-9933. Abandoned Upstate 08 Toyota Cam ry "Hybrid" 07 Toyota F. Cruiser Sharp and Priced To Go!
2BR, 2BA Mobile Home's sale. 10 acras stream MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
Over 18? Between for rent. $400/mnth + Dep. $29,9001, Lake region,
High School and Col- Quiet family park near woods, fields. Solid in-
lege? Travel and Have Chipleyll! 850-547-4232. vestmentl Termsl Vir-
Fun w/Young SuccesS- tual tour: www.newyork
ful Business Group. No 3BR/2BA MH for rent. landandlakes.com
Experience Necessary. Hinsons Crossroads. Se-
2wks Paid, Training. cluded area. No pets. Call Cator Pond off Hwy. 77
Lodging, Transporta- for details, 850-258-5824. near Sunnyhills in Wash-
tion Provided. (877) ington County; Approxi-
646-5050- -------- mately 2 acres high and
Bfa 2BR/1BA, dry, next to water manage-
u8-50 $400 quiet mobile Iment area, secluded,

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