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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: March 31, 2010
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Washington County Drug Task Force

raids major indoor growing operation


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WAUSAU Mark'ftiig is an
iliIIporllIIlt IfIrl o)11 lany ("growiflp',"
IliSli"n-,. I'.,ssibly a 'T-.i oil on
display Saturday at a Wausau
residence on Monroe Street
just off State 90 was part of a
marketing plan for a business


operated out of that house. A
picture of "Mario" with the cap-
tion, "Super Marijuana, We Get
It Cheap" adorned the shirt
hanging in a hallway.
Unfortunately for the inves-
tors in this "growing business,"
it's out of business as of Satur-
day morning, March 27, due to
the Washington County Drug
Task Force. DTF consists of


investigators from Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Office and
Chipley Police Department.
DTF assisted by Florida
Fish and Wildlife officers ex-
ercised a warrant on the resi-
dence and found, three rooms
with hundreds of young plants
under grow lights. Many were
See BUST A3


JAY FELSBERG I The News
Chipley Police Chief Kevin Crews shows
off the "flowering" room. A total of 2,247
plants were seized from the room.


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Could Jackson

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State could close

Apalachee Cl as private

prison opens in Milton
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
SNEADS Plans to close prisons and ,cut jobs
have officials in the small town of Sneads and in
Jackson County nervous. Nervous enough to call
a press conference Friday afternoon at Apalachee
Correctional Institution on State 90 to sound a call
to arms.
Local officials are worried that Apalachee may
be one of the prisons closed under an amendment
signed off on by the Florida Senate Ways and Means
Committee Thursday afternoon.
Jackson County Board of County Commission-
ers Chairman Jeremy Branch said information
was that prisons affected would include some in the
Panhandle, and that 564-employee, 2,237-bed ACI
was apparently a prime candidate for action,
Branch was surrounded by officials from
Sneads, Jackson County and surrounding counties,
as well as local business leaders. To a person they
appeared angry about the amendment, as well as
the privatization of prison jobs that could cost good
salaries and benefits.
"Some feel privatization is the best way to go
for taxpayers, but it would lead to poor salaries
and benefits," Branch said. "We stand here firmly
against privatization."
"I understand that the state is goingthrough a
tremendous economic upheaval," said Gulf Coun-
ty Commissioner Bill Williams, who represents a
county with a prison and annex that employ a com-
bined 600 staff. "It's not just a Jackson County issue,
it's a Panhandle issue, and we all stand united." An-
other rally was scheduled for Tuesday afternoon in
Sneads to gather public support to keep ACI open.
The Palmhn Beach Post reportedfthat Senate Bud-
get Chief J.B. Alexander (R-Lake Wales) filed a late
budget amendment that calls for closing two pris-
ons, privatizing a third and opening the 2,200-bed
Blackwater State Prison in Milton. The Geo Group,
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A2 I Washington County News


Local


Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Two arrested on

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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
CHIPLEY The Washing-.
ton County Sheriff's Drug
Task Force reports the out-
come of two pharmaceutical
investigations that resulted
in the arrest of two local
people. Arrested were:
Garris Braswell, 28, of
Graceville, possession of
controlled substance (mor-
phine, clonipin, hydroco-
done)
Robbie Tipton, 21, of Chi-
pley, possession. controlled
substance (xanax), Posses-
sion drug paraphernalia,
driving while license is sus-
pended or revoked.
"Abusers of prescription
medications do not fit into
a specific age range, social
status or walk of life" Sheriff
BibbyHaddockstated. "This
problem is no respecter of
person and we are seeing
the enormous extent of this
issue on families through-
out our community."
"One of the most com-
mon scenarios with misuse


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of prescribed medication"
is teens stealing pills from
parents and grandparents.
These seemingly harmless
medications, in the hands of
teens, can be a deadly com-
bination."
Sheriff Haddock asks
that everyone do their part
and practice extreme cau-
tion with their prescribed
medication while taking
the extra steps to secure
surplus supplies, in their
homes.
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on illegal drug activity con-
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Washington County arrests for
March 22 -29, 2010:
Michael Barfield, 36, Panama
City, child Support three counts
Joseph Barnes, 23, Chipley, bat-
tery
Garris Braswell, 27, Graceville,
possession of controlled substance
without a prescription
Jonathan Bullard, 22, Chipley,
violation on conditional release on
driving under the influence, driving
while license suspended or revoked
Michael Dukes, 38, Panama City,
driving while license suspended or.
revoked
Nick Gamez, 20, Slocomb Ala.,
misdemeanor violation of probation
on driving while license suspended
or revoked.
Morris Garrison III, 49, Nicev-
ille, possession of paraphernalia
driving under the influence, pos-
session of marijuana less than 20
grams.
Deanna Haines, 33, Vernon,
driving while license suspended or
revoked violation of county proba-
tion on driving while license sus-
pended or revoked
James Ivey, 36, Chipley, 36, pos-


session of marijuana less than 20
gram
Willie Earl' Jackson, 49, Ft. Wal-
ton Beach, violation of state proba-
tion on aggravated assault.
Thomas McCoy II, 23, Marianna,
aggravated assault, battery
Jerry McDade, 50, Vernon, viola-
tion of county probation on battery
Charles McNeil, 19, Panama
City, violation of state.probation on
flee and elude
Joseph Nelson, 36, Vernon, Oka-
loosa County warrants for fraud,
worthless checks two counts, Wal-
ton County warrant for contempt of
court, worthless check, child sup-
port two counts
Charles Nettles, 27, Caryville,
violation of state probation on pos-
session of cocaine
Roy Peterson, 30, Chipley, driv-
ing under the influence
Shaun Reed, 42, Tallahassee,
child support
Michael Roberts, 39, Jackson-
ville, violation of state on burglary
and larceny
John Sandham, 50, Caryville,
battery
Felicia Sheffield, 23, Vernon,
violation of state probation on ag-


gravated assault
Jacqueline Smith, 43, Chipley,
resist office with violence
Brandon Taylor, 27, Chipley,
possession of marijuana less than
20 grams, tamper. with evidence,
possession of paraphernalia
Brandon Thomas, 29, Wausau,
producing marijuana within 1000
feet of place of worship, possession
of marijuana with intent, posses-
sion on paraphernalia
Kenneth Thomas, 53, Wausau,
producing marijuana within 1000
feet of place of worship, possession
of marijuana with intent, posses-
sion on paraphernalia
Rita Thomas, 51, Wausau, pro-
ducing marijuana within 1000 feet
of place of worship, possession of
marijuana with intent, possession
on paraphernalia
Robbie Tipton, 22, Chipley, pos-
session on paraphernalia, driving
while license suspended or revoked,
possession of controlled substance
without a prescription
Joshua Wadell, 23, Bonifay, vio-
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Myra Young, 21, Ft. Pierce,
violation of probation on detention
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Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Local


Washington County News | A3


BUST from page Al


in ,.'iiinalion plugs that
provide nutrients, water and
a uunform pH value. Other
plants were very immature.
Charged with felony pos-
session of marijuana with
intent to sell, felony manu-
fa';iribig marijuana and
misdemeanor possession or
use of narcotic equipment
were Kenneth Thomas, 51;
Rita Thomas, 51; and Bran-
don Thomas, 27, of 2755
Monroe Street in Wausau.
Sgt. Wade Boan of WCSO
reported that when officers
executed the search war-
rant that, "live, green, grow-
ing and flowering marijua-
na" could be smelled from
the street. "The smell of
marijuana inside the home
was almost overpowering."
Among the items officers
discovered were a drying
rack with numerous freshly
clipped buds, a freezer with
four large bags of processed
marijuana, and a large num-
ber of marijuana stems that


had been freshly clipped.
Next up was the discov-
ery of two marijuana plants
hung to dry, marijuana
waste all over the floor and
a large trash bag full of re-
cently stripped stems.
further investigation
turned up the "clone" room
where trays of seedling
plants were growing under
lights. "This room is used to
start the plants' lifecycle,"
Boan said.
The laundry room was
converted to what Boan
called the "vegetative room"
where plants were allowed
to grow to a desired height.
"In this roomwere some 50-
60 live growing marijuana
plants being fed nutrients
by a hydroponic system," he
said, including grow lamps
and florescent lights.
Finally, there was a room
devoted to the "flower-
ing" stage of the operation:
"Here the 'plants 'bud' and
complete their lifecycle,"


Boan said. "The buds are
are the desired product from
the plant and are extremely
valuable."
Valuable indeed, as Boan
said evidence was on hand
that the suspects were


crease in popularity of grow-
ing marijuana indoors,"
Sheriff Bobby Haddock said.
"Often, an indoor operation
produces much higher qual-
ity of marijuana in a more
controlled setting than the


charging $300 an ounce for typical outdoor operation."
their product. Indoor growing ranges
"These buds contain a from basic use of grow lights
high level of tetrahydrocan- to much more sophisticated
nabinol (THC) that is the operations like the one
substance that produces a seizedin Wausau.
"high." "Hydroponic marijuana
The room also had a C02 is grown without water,"
dispenser, a humidifier, fans Capt. John Braxton of the
high-intensity lamps and a WCSO said. Perfectly bal-
complete nutrient and wa- anced nutrients are deliv-
ter system, ered to the plants, and the
Numerous bags of mari- plants are usually carefully
juana stalks and stems were developed clones that are
found in the house and a genetically engineered to
nearby shed, as well as an produce very high quality
old grow system. There was marijuana. That means a
a total of 2,247 plants on the much higher street value.
property. "Growing in doors also
Officers expect to see means less chance of detec-
more indoor growing opera- tion," Braxton said.
tions. More photos online at
"We are noticing an in- chipleypaper.com.


PRISON from page A1


and Steering Committee on
Ways and Means no later
that July 1. That plan would
include a list of institutions to
close to populate Blackwater,
as well as any institutions to
be privatized.
State Sen. A1 Lawson said
he has filed an amendment.
to "kill this deal." "I've been
working through the after-
noon with the Legislature
and the Committee," Lawson
said Friday afternoon, "and
I meet with the head of the
Department of Corrections
(Walter McNeill) Monday
"We aren't going to save
any money moving thisto
Milton, and our best option
is to kill it this year." Lawson
said Ways and Means Chair-
man Victor Crist (R-Tampa)
voted against the amend-
ment, and that given Crist's
years of service, "that says
something about the situa-
tion.
"Sometimes these things
come up in the middle' of
Sthe night and behind closed
doors, but I think we can kill
it."
Williams, vice-president
of the Florida Association


JAY FELSBERG I The News
Jackson County Board of County Commissioners
Chairman Jeremy Branch said information was
that prisons affected would include some in the
Panhandle, and that 564-employee, 2,237-bed ACI
was apparently a prime candidate for action.


of Counties, noted that Gulf
County officials were in Tal-
lahassee all week and knew
nothing of the budget pro-
posal. "We would have gone
to the Ways and Means and
argued," he said.
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sioner Billy Traylor was also
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(247 employees).
Jackson County Sheriff
Lou Roberts said that offi-
cers from local prisons work
closelywith local law enforce-
ment, including providing K-
9 search teams. Robert also
noted that there would be an
impact losing 564 jobs.
"It's like a small town los-
ing an auto plant," he said.
Sneads City Manager Ed
Kilpatrick noted that ACI
buys 39 percent of the water
and sewer service provided
by Sneads and pays about
$368,000 annually "ACI main-
tenance purchases hard-
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A4 | Washington County News


Opinion


Letters to the EDITOR


Wednesday, March 31,2010


Power probi
Dear Editor:
I would like to make
suggestion about the p
problem in this country
raised without electric
I know what it is like. T
are people in this coun
are against everything
to produce power. The:
like coal or fossil fuel, 2
time somebody wants
wind farm or solar pan
somebody objects, "No
be put there." My idea
off power to all these p
object to everything an
long it takes for them t
there mind.


State aid ft
public library
Dear Editor:
It is time for the pec


em come together and let their
voices be heard, if enough of us
,speak out, change will happen.
a Our library here Bonifay is one
lower of many that is on verge of being
y. I was shutdown across the state
ity so thanks to a decision reached by
there the State to eliminate state aid
itry that for public libraries.
used Here is what is going on.
y don't On March 10 appropriations
yet every committees in the Florida
to put a House and Senate adopted
iel place, positions eliminating all state
c, it can't aid for public libraries. State
is to cut aid is operating money needed
people that by rural counties such as
id see how Calhoun, Liberty, Gulf Jackson,
to change Washington and Holmes
counties to provide library
George Bush services.
Today's libraries, in addition
or to books, provide services vitally
necessary to survival in these
ies tough economic times. For those'
who use the library, you know
ople to it is a great place to come and


relax while browsing a great
selection of books, most of which
have been donated by our loving
community. Some are able to use
the computers to access
e-mail to keep in touch with
friends and family across the
country, it is a great place
for our kids to come and do
extra research for their school
projects, and all are able to do
it in a relaxing, calm manner
because nobody who is there is
there just to browse for game
sites or anything like that,
because they have blocks up that
block sites which have of links to
such things.
The ladies who run the place
are always there to help out with
anything they can, but without
the funds to keep the place open,
there would be a lot of broken,
hearts in this town, a lot of kids
with no where to go to do their
research, and a few good ladies
lost without doing what they


love.
It is time to do our p
Below are a list of the:
those at the state level
need to
e-mail and or call and
voices be heard and sa
library and those anda
other rural counties in
that we love. Let's do t
know we can.


Govenor Charlie C
charlie.Crist@myflorii
850-488-7146
Speaker of the Ho
Larry Cretull: larry.C
myfloridahouse.Gov or
1450
House TED Appr(
Chair Rep. Rich glor
Glorioso@myfloridah(
or 813-77-9110


Senate President Jeff
part. Atwater: atwater.Jeff.Web@
names of flsenate.Gov or850-487-5100
l that we Chair of the House
Appropriations Committee
let our Senator Mike Fasano: fasano.
ve our Mike.Web@flsenate.Gov or 850-
all the 487-5062
the state/ ,Representative Jimmy
this; I Patronis: jimmy.Patronis@.
myfloridahouse.Gov or 850-914-
6300 *
Kevin Sexton Representative Brad Drake
Bonify Brad: Drake@myfloridahouse.
Gov or 850-892-8431
Representative Greg Evers:
,hrist: greg.Evers@myfloridahouse.
da.Com or Gov or 850-983-5550
Representative Clay Ford:
use clay.Ford@myfloridahouse.bov
;retull@ or 850-595-5550 |
r 850-448- Senator Al Lawson: lawson.
Alfred.Web@flsenate.Gov dr
operations 850-487-5004
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U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd's
decision to vote for
national health care
drew response...

Now you know the
real Allen Boyd, and the
whole'Democratic party,
welcome to the United
Welfare States of Obama.
-- hwkseye

This idea of cost what
it costs for health care.
Really? Iraq Medicare
foreign aide to Egypt
Israel Germany Japan
Afghanistan rebuild
schools roads hospitals
security foreign armies
we pay for the health
care of accused and
convicted murders rapist
crazies troops. Why not
implement something
that will bring the overall
costs down? I mean this
article I read was from
a Republican and he
supported health care
and gave good points
search We voted for em'
Jackman.
republicanblack

Obama, Biden, Pelosi,
Reid, and now Boyd, have
convinced a lot of folks
that things are going to
get magically better for
them at the expense of
the wealthy. Open your
eyes people. There is no
free lunch! Everyone is
going to suffer even poor
folks.
EyesOpen

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Like I said, Romney
has the same plan,
but you are looking at
the color of the man's
skin. You do not hear
Massachusetts folks
complaining. Get out of
the redneck ways and
wake up.


be praying. The devil has
manykinds of faces and
at the last presidential
election we elected one of
them.
concerned citizen

The Bonifay
municipal elections drew
considerable response...'

Undoubtedly not many
residents of the city are
as concerned at Get
Real. What, less than 500
residents voted. I don't
think the "Powells got
their way." There were
more than two votes, for
. these items that were
up for vote. If we elect
the Police Chief, the
.council is not going to
have the say of what is
going on. He/she will
not be answering to the
council. Youth who are
opposed to what is going
. on should run for office
yourselves, but you need
to remember that the
Powells are not the only
two people who want
change and some of us
actually have minds of
our own, but agree with
them.
voter

That's the way it has
always been. Going back
tq the Poole and Kent
days 30 and 40 years
ago. They don't go to
the council to ask their
permission to arrest
anyone. It is a shame
that they now have to be
a politician. Don't say it
will keep the good 'ol boy
factor out of it. People
seem to forget that
the council makes the
decision about the chief
and we elect the council.
If you think the council
is corrupt or doing
something wrong then
vote them out.


- Foolish


LOL, Driving is a
choice, living is not
one my friend. The
government should not
be able to force you buy
anything from a private


- Cajun


If you fools will take a
look at Mitch Romney's
health care plan in the
state of Massachusetts,
he has the same plan.
Also, there are penaities
for the people who don't
cet it. Please read it. This
is only because Obama
is black. They make us
pay for car insurance and
you will get in trouble
if you don't have it.
Please go to the state of
Ma.ss;.husetts and read
the pla.. it is great. Same
plan Obama has you
i,.\'4^S


Thank the Lor
there is still hope


- Get Real


Hey it's gonna get to
were no one wants to be
chief of police with the
councilbeing the big
dawgs.
diane

That's what is wrong
with America now
politics. To have a city
council to have so much
power is bad for the city
It's only gonna get worse
people.
nena

What is right to you,
bringing politics into law
enforcement again. The
sheriff's race is enough.
If you don't like whom the
council chooses then vote
for a new council. The
term limits will also be a
mistake.
Get Real


- Fed up Way to go Bonifay'
voters for taking a step
d above the ri ",'i drecz: :..
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Local


Washington County News I AS


Emergency training benefits local first responders


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS

CHIPLEY Visitors to
Pals Park in Chipley last
week saw emergency ser-
vices in action, as local
first responders received
advanced classroom and
field training. The finale of
the training on Wednesday,
March 24 included a simu-
lated school bus and truck
accident as part of mass ca-
sualty incident training.
Washington County EMS
headed up the idea and con-
tacted Washington County
Emergency Management
Agency. "They had grant
money available to fund
the project," Joey Tharp of
Washington County EMS
said.
"MyselfandLynneDorch
of EMA worked many hours,
with Disasters, Strategies
and Ideas (D.S.I.), a private
firm, to get the exercise un-
der way."
The scenario was a
school bus and a truck ac-
cident with over 35 patients
injured. The "accident" was
on Interstate 10 and was
simulated and held at Pals
Park, the city's recreation
park.
D.S.I. officials hadaclass:-
room lecture on Wednesday
from 9 a.m. until 3 l.m., in


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Visitors to Pals Park in Chipley last week would have seen, emergency services in action as local first
responders received advanced classroom and field training. The finale of the training on Wednesday,
March 24 included a simulated school bus and truck accident as part of mass casualty incident training. The
patients were from the CHS Drama class.


which they reviewed previ-
ous mass casualty incidents
and brought in a doctor from
Jacksonville, who special-
ized in MCI training, and an'
assistant fire chief from the
Ft. Lauderdale area that
specializes in triage.
"Triage is a tool that EMS
uses in assessing a patient
in less than 15-20 seconds
to determine their condi-
tion for priority of transport
when dealing with multiple
patients," Tharp said.
The field exercise was
also held on Wednesday. The


call was held in "real time"
response times, so the ini-
tial responding trucks had
to deal with the patients un-
til other responding trucks
could arrive. The patients
were from the CHS drama
class and did a really great
job in providing the realism
of an incident," Tharp said
of the EMT and Paramedic
class from Chipola and the
Washington-Holmes Tech-
nical Center EMT class.
The initial responding
ambulance crew immedi-
ately started performing


triage and the supervisor
set up incident command.
"As more ambulances
and emergency personnel
arrived, they set up a treat-
ment area and started mov-
ing the injured to the treat-
ment areas that were desig-
nated by green, yellow and
red tarps," Tharp said.
The green was for "walk-
ing wounded," yellow was
moderately injured, such as
broken bones and red was
critical patients. The pa-
tients are moved from there
to ambulances. A transport


officer directed the ambu-
lances to the patients and
told the ambulances their
designated hospital and
tracked those patients to
the facility for accountabil-
ity.
The exercise lasted
about two hours, and D.S.I
held an after-action hot-
wash and provided lunch.
"I am pleased to re-
port that all of Washington
County EMS Full Time em-
ployees participated (vol-
untarily). Holmes County
EMS .assisted with .two


ambulances and a MCI
.trailer, Washington County
Sheriff's .Office provided
two deputies, Chipley Po-
lice Department has two
officers, and AirHeart had a
helicopter," Tharp said.
Also participating were
Washington and Holmes
County EMA, Florida De-
partment.of Transportation
District, Northwest Florida
Community Hospital, and
Doctors Memorial Hospital.
Holmes County Firefight-
ers Association chaplains
were on scene for support.
There were over 100 people
on-scene participating.
"This was a great train-
ing opportunity for our EMS
and other agencies,"' Tharp
said. "DSI had evaluators
at the exercise evaluating
on scene as well as staff at
the dispatch center and at
NFCH. 'They will provide
an after action report to
Washington County EMA
that will provide 'feedback
to all of the agencies that
were involved, to give their
expertise on what could
improve an incident if such
should ever happen and
highlight what went good.
"Overall the exercise
went very well and Wash-
ington County EMS is much
better prepared for a MCI
event."


TANNING TAX from page A]1


businesses, can't even af-
ford to hire employees."
She said her tanning
beds are her main source
of income and that she is
uncertain of the impact
this tax will have on her
business.
"Maintaining a busi-


ness is hard enough these the "extras."
days, especially a small "People just can't
business," she said. "I'm afford the extras," she
just going to have to wait said. "Tanning being one
it out and see how this of them."
turns out." Sherry French, man-
Because of the econ- ager of the Movie and Gift
omy, she said people Depot in Bonifay, stated
have to cut back on. that she didn't foresee


any changes.
We've got devoted tan-
ners-and we offer our ser-
vices seven days a ,week,
12 hours a day," French
said. "When we had to
raise the tanning prices
a while back due to an in-
crease in the power bill we


didn't loose any clients, in
fact we gained more."
Though, she said won't
be sure how the tax is go-
ing to affect them until it's
implemented.
"We'll kind of share
the expenses between us
and, our tanners and we'll


be fair because they're
not just our customers,
they're our friends," she
said.
."It sucks, times 'are
tough and things are only
going to get worse, but
all we can do right now is
brace ourselves.".


Don't trade your car in for gas mileage


Dear Dave, about $10 a week at recent,
Is it worth the trouble to average gas prices. That
sellmy old'car now and buy means it would take almost 29
hybrid or anofer carthat years to get your money back
gets better gas mileage? Fm in this deal Does this make
getting mixed advice from sense to you? It sure doesn't
myfriends on this issue. to me .,
Ted Listen, I'm all about
saving money on gas. But
Dear Ted, people have lost their minds
Hybrids are a really big ; ifthey think it makes sense
deal now, aren't they? Lots of to go $15,000 into debt or
people want to get rid of their spend $15,000 cash-- to save
$10,000 cars and buy these $10 a week on this kind of
$25,000 cars so they can save deal. The truth is that a lot
on gas. Lets take a closer of people who do this kind of
look at this. thing aren't as worried about
So, you're going to spend the environment or saving
$15,000 extra to save on gas. gas as they are about having
Did you ever think about how that 'Tm cooling a hybrid"
long it will take to get your feeling.
money back? Lefts sayyou go Hybrids are a really new
from averaging 15 miles per technology and that means
gallon to 25 miles per gallon, they're going to improve
and you drive 100 miles each rapidly You don't want to buy
week That will save you a first-generation hybrid and


then have to go
through the pain
of trying to sell the
thing five years
from now. Talk
about something
that's going to go
down in value like DAVE1
a rock. DAVE'
Now, if you're Dwi
driving an $8,000
car that absolutely drinks
gas, and you want to sell it
and buy some little $8,000 gas
sipper, I'm fine withthat. But
don't use the gas argument
to rationalize buying an
expensive new car or even
spending a dime more on a
different car. Make a lateral
move, or better yet a move
down in price, and you'll save
money from day one!


Dear Dave,
Should you skip


vacations when,
you're getting ou
ofdebt Also, onu
you're debt-free,
there a rule as to
percentage of yo
income you shao
use on vacation


Says
Dear Carl,
I thinkyou should pu
vacations on hold while
you're trying to get out o
debt. My family and I di
go on vacation for nearly
years while we were ge
out of debt. Why? Becai
we had work to do. We
bills to pay and kids to R
That's just the way it gi
sometimes.
I'm not sure that the
a specific percentage
involved on vacation
spending. It definitely


shouldn't damage your
At financial foundation, or put
ce you back into debt once
is you've worked your way
what out. You don't touch your
ur emergency fund to go on
uld vacation, and you don't stop
s? 'funding your retirement or
- Carl saving money so the kids
can go tq college. You just
save up, and pay cash -
it In most cases, this kind
of plan will almost force your
Af vacation spending to be a
don't reasonable percentage of
ly 10 your income.
tting
use DaveRamseyis
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oes popular national radio
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Local


Wednesday, March 31, 2010


Perry Wells looks at friendly comments and seven years of 'Prattling'


Next week's iiiw:il J
column will mark the
completion of seven years
of % t% iit IfI ._ li h .- .rli, l- Ill.Il
I truly did not think would
continue beyond a few
weeks, at best, '
Comments of approval
on the in, ipriiji'-l b-.r:tii to
come to me almost immedi-
ately A.il-r lhi first publica-
tion, Many( of IImo,.t earlier
comments came in the form
of letters, or postcards, and
they are filed away in the
firI "buthwd" volume of
"prattle" A %i ing.s.
' Compliments, and ex
presslons of enjoyment in
rClidjing IyI I wr-ihi'., con-
tinue to come to me each
anmid c~t lii wI am mauniimi
people, 'rTi qPoiit the country
musician of many years
past, Lew Childre from Opp,
Ala., "You warm my heart
and I don't mean maybe."
That is exactly my senti-
ments. All of your encourag-
ing words are greatly appre-
ciated and heart warming.
The article of March 10
regarding the Sheffield/
Young families of Orange
Hill brought an immedi-
ate telephone call from my
faithful friend and ardent
reader, Bill Webb. Not only
did Bill enjoy reading about
these families whom he
has known, but he also
mentioned the redeeming


value of the ,
column in
i'p4ii lirlj4
the historic
aspects and
contribu-
tions of area
people who PERRY'S
may not PRcYK
have been PRATTLE
recognized Perry Wdl
before.
Upon reading the col-
umn in her A\llkil.i, Ga.
home, l jii(- Sheffield, the
;:iil hiir of the book, "The
Journey, Identity and Sur-
vival of the Oinige Hill,
Florida shltfiel ouinm
Iiiuil,s," forthwith e-
mailed the prattler a
message of thanks for the
"wonderful coverage" given
her book. She explained
her intentions were mainly
to record family history for
members rather than to sell
a book.
Upon seeing Rev. Simon
Sheffield, brother of the
author, at a recent Cham-
ber meeting, he profoundly
thanked your writer for the.
article, explaining that he
enjoyed it immensely. Upon
asking Simon if he had read
the newspaper story, he
replied Yes, I have read it
three times and intend to
read it many more times."
Buddy Johns compli-
mented the above article on


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
An aerial photograph of Florida's old Capitol
Building, now a museum, where a simulated
Governor Leroy Collins televised recording
conducted by the future "prattler" in 2003 started the
ball rolling for writing "Perry's Prattle."


a recent visit to the Wash-
ington County Historical
Museum. He also told me
of his appreciation of all
the writings on Blue Pond
Cemetery, a historic burial
ground for his Varnum kins-
men.
Hester and I attended
the funeral visitation
for Wally Comegys, held
at Oakie Ridge Baptist
Church, on March 6. Euge-
nia (Genie) Johnson Come-
gys graduated from Holmes
County High School in 1945
along with my wife, Hester.
Wally and Genie, along with
other family members,
' have been supporters and
regular reader of the prattle


column almost since its
inception.
Both were equally com-
plitnentary of your writer's
efforts in preparing and
promoting The Heritage of
Washington Book in 2006.
Although not a native of
this area, Wally repeatedly
told me of his enjoyment in
studying the informative
heritage coverage of so
many families in the county.
At Wally's visitation,
John Packer, Jr. and Ben
Gilbert told me of their con-
tinued reading of "Perry's
Prattle" encouraging its
continuation in the Wash-
ington County News.
Virginia Stanton Quattle-


baum's funeral was held re-
cently. At the visitation her
sister, Meroe Stanton Camp,
smilingly told me that she
looks forward to reading the
prattle each week..
Larry Kelly, son of
Emory and Dorothy Kelly,
sent the prattler a most
humbling letter of thanks
after the article on the
Emory Kelly GMC truck
and the story on the parents
were printed. Cheryl Gainer
McCall e-mailed me her
approval of those writings.
She stated Mr. Kelly was
elated over the mention of
his name in the column.
Martha Jean Washing-
ton Sexton, wife of Leon
Sexton, called me to report
the picture showing a 1951
pick up on the grease rack,
which accompanied the
GMC story, was made in the
Beryl Kirkland Automotive
Shop. She also identified
the mechanic as her late
husband, J. B. Worthington,
and the second gentleman
as Kirkland. Martha Jean is
the lady in between the two
men.
After the Dec. 20 writ-
ing reporting the donation
of the Slave Clock to the
Washington County Histori-
cal Museum, a letter was
received from the donors,
James D Weir and wife,
Evelyn Rooks Weir,. "You


did a very good article that
was factually accurate and
filled with warm feelings,"
Evelyn Rooks Weir said.
"We are delighted that the
courthouse clock is 'back
home' where is seemed to
belong, and we look forward
to seeing it running".
Bonnie Aukema, who
has mentioned the articles
many times, told me recent-
ly that she is still reading
and enjoying my efforts.
My siblings have ex-
pressed approval of the
article regarding the new
sign in from of the old home
place which we jokingly
named "Dunbroke Ranch"
many years ago. Muriel
gave it a title with a little
more class, "the country
house." With the landscap-
ing and the recent public-
ity of the sign project, she
reports she is renaming the
historic site "the mansion."
With the seven years of
writing prattle, four years
assisting in preparing and
promoting The Heritage of
Washington County Book
and three years of activity in
the county's two museums,
I think I can safely say that,
after 18 years in retirement,
Ole Perry is still not ready
for the "glue factory" nor
the proverbial "rocking
*chair."
See you all next week.


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Chipley softball moves to 12-5, 8-1 in district


JAY FELSBERG


flFP1 April 6 is the
date where. the Chipley
Lady Tigers will take.on
Marianna for the district
regular season title. The
Lady Tigers moved to
12-5 overall and 8-1 district
Friday night with a 13-2
win ovfer vi,-iting Pensacola
Calholle.
Veteran Coach Tom
Vickers Is plli-maed with his
young team that features
1jiil lih, nr seniors: Catcher
'Sor'i (onri, second base-
man Brea Webb and left


fielder Kayla Shores.
"It's a relatively young
team," Vickers said after
the game Friday. "Next
year will be like last year
with a large number of se-
niors."
Vickers is also im-
pressed with the teamwork
of this year's nine. "They
play well together," Vick-
ers said. "They don't argue
and its one for all and all
for one.
"They work hard in
practice and we get done
what we need to get done.
We usually only need one-
and-a-half to two hours of
practice."


JAY fELSBERG I Sports


The Chipley Lady Tigers kept the bases full'Friday night against Pensacola Catholic.


Sports ROUNDUP


Karsten Whitson was on the mound for Chipley Friday night but the Tigers came up just short 2-1
Tornadoes.


BASEBALL
Bay beats
Whitson, Chipley


Gowan didn't need any help
against Cottondale in a District
2-2A game. He pitched four
shutout innings and struck out
six, while hitting two home runs


.scored five runs in tl
the seventh inning t(
6-5 deficit.
The Wildcats
through four innir


Bay 2, Chipley 1 to help run-rule the Hornets: the Hornets added
McGowan was 3-4 with three the fifth and two mo
CHIPLEY Mike Luing scored RBIs. Cole Long was 2 for 3 and sixth.
on DylanBarker's squeeze bunt Kodi Russ was 2 for 3 with a
in the fifth inning Friday night three-run homer. Graceville
to give Bay the lead that would Gracevie /
hold up against Karsten Whit- Cottondale
son. Bay also scored one run in Chipley 7, Gracevile 2 GRACEVILLE
the first inning and tallied just The Chipley Tigers defeated GRACEVILLE The
five hits against Whitson, who Graceville 7-2 Monday night. ille Tigers took a dis
pitched a complete game with Lathan Harwell had 3 hits, toryover the Cottonc
12 strikeouts, including a 3-run homer. Har- nets on Thursday ni
Kevin Husum earned the well finished with 5 RBI. Adrian ping the Hornets sc-1.
win, pitching four innings with Gonzalez went 3-3 with 3 RBI The Tigers score
four strikeouts and limiting and a double and Dylan K ing n the third, second two
Chipley to three hits. Daniel went 3-4 with a double. m the thirt and two
Husum had five strikeouts for the fourth to takacevill e the
the save. r IGraceville improve
the s Parker went 2 for 3. Chipley 10, with the victory, movie
Chris Tatum drove in a run, and Liberty County 0 in district competition
Nic Gurley scored a run for the University of Florida sign-
Tornadoes (11-2, 6-1 District 1- eee Karsten Whitson pitched JV BASEBAL
3A), who are at Pensacola Cath- 4 innings of no-hit ball with 10 Bay 5, Chip le
olic on Tuesday strikeouts to lead the Tigers.
CHIPLEY A.J. Ceri
Holmes County 5, South Walton 10, 2 for 4 with two RBIs
S^ struck out seven in a
Bozeman 0 Graceville 0 (6 innings) ter for Bay. Spencei
BONIFAY Holmes County's SOUTH WALTON Dylan Smith was 2 for 4 with an ]
Jeremy McGowan spoiled Tra- limited Graceville to just two Mike Simmons drove
vis Register's no-hitter with a hits while he and the Seahawks for the Tornadoes (7-4
two-run home run in the fifth. pounded out 10 runs on eight
From there, the Blue Devils hits to make quick work of their SOFTBALL
added three more runs to claim District 2-2A rival.
the District 2-2A battle. Justin Moore went 2-for-3 Bay County 6, Chi
In five innings, Register was with three runs and an RBI, PANAMA CITY Chi
tagged for just three hits and Alex Astin was 2-for-4 with a fered their first distr
struck out three. home run and three RBIs and of the year 6-2 Mond
Brady Oates went 2 for 3 and Jansen Infinger finished 1-for-3 against Bay County.
Register added a double. with three RBIs as South Wal- Leading the Tig
Holmes County (12-2, 9-0) ton (9-5) improved to 5-3 in dis- Janae Ritter going
has had Bozeman's number this trict play. Erin Solger going 2-4.
season, snapping a 26-game dis- Smith, who struck out six on the Tornadoes played
trict winning streak earlier this the night, went 2-for-3 with two less in the field behind
month. Will Thompson struck runs scored. Abby Burnett, who str
out eight in the complete-game three.
win and Jomar Concepcion Cottondale 10, Sarah Harris was 2
doubled for Holmes County. Bethlehem 9 Bay with an RBI, Bur
em a double and RBI, C
Holmes County 11, BETHLEHEM The Cotton- Jones was 1 for 4 with
Cottondale 0 dale Hornets scored a 10-9 and Ashley Reed w&
road win over Bethlehem 3 with a triple and tW
COTTONDALE Jeremy Mc- on Friday night. Cottondale scored.


he top of
o erase a
led 6-2
igs, but
a runi in
re in the


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ipley 2
pley suf-
rict loss
ay night.
;erswere
2-3 and
For Bay
d error-
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ruck out
for 4 for
nett had
Courtney
an RBI
as 2 for
wo runs


JAY FELSBERG I| Sports
against the Bay


Chipley 11, Arnold 7
Tuesday night the Ti-
gers took an 11-7 win over
Arnold. Leading the Tigers
were Kala Shores 2-4 and 1
RBI, Megan Sanders 3-4 and
1 RBI, Sara Gore 3-4 with 1
RBI, Shelby Bowen 3-5 with
3 RBIs, Chelsea Carter hit
a grand slam with 4 RBI,
Brea Webb 2-4, and Brittney
Jernigan a single and 1 RBI.
Megan Sanders improved to
4-0 for the season. The Lady
Tigers are 10-4 and 714 in dis-
trict.

Vernon 5, Graceville 3
VERNON Lauren Reg-
ister allowed three hits and
struck out 11 to lead the Lady
Jackets to their fifth district
win. A five-run fourth inning
proved the difference. Reg-
ister's two-run single, Sam
Gipson's two-run double and
Ansley Holands's RBI double
produced the Lady Jackets'
runs.

Bozeman 5,
Graceville 0
SAND HILLS Kayla Whita-
ker pitched a two-hitter with
seven strikeouts as Bozeman
improved to 6-6 in District 2-
2A.
The Bucks, 7-9 overall,
were led by Kinsley Faulken-
berry who was 3 for 4.with a
run batted in,

Graceville 13,
Cottondale 0
The Graceville Lady Ti-
gers snapped a three-game
losing streak Tuesday night
with a 13-0 win over Cot-
tondale in five innings. Liza
Johnson pitched a complete
game shutout and picked up
two hits and two RBI. John-
son gave up only one hit and
struck out four batters.


Freedom Classic

Media Day sets stage

for big games

BRAD MILNER
Florida Freedom Newspapers

PANAMA CITY There were no out-
landish guarantees at the Freedom
All-Star Classic Media Day on Friday
and neither squad showed its hand.
Only the East boys took the oppor-
tunity to work out a few offensive plays
at the Billy Harrison Field House on
the campus of Gulf Coast Commu-
nity College. In fact, they were the
only boys team t6 appear, as the West
missed the memo about the event and
failed to show.
A first glance at the East girls may
have led one to believe that not every
player showed, but that .wasn't the
case. Eight players, short on numbers
but strong on heart, coach George
Hamilton said, is all that will face
the West in the sixth annual game on
April 3.
As of this week, four selected play-
ers declined the chance to play for the
East. Still, Hamilton, who coached the
East girls to their lone win in the se-
ries in 2007, said they are ready.
"We have some talent, now," Ham-
ilton said. "Starting with the top three
and going on down we have some ver-
satility and they, all play well togeth-
er."
The top three mentioned are Mos-
ley's Octavia Langston, Bay's Tane-
sha Middleton and Arnold's Candice
Edmundson. Langston and Middleton,
once former teammates at Mosley,
are well known in the area, Edmund-
son was a move-in from Virginia who
shined on Arnold's first winning team.
She stopped short of guaranteeing
an East win against tall odds, but did
offer her opinion on the outcome.
"We know we can win," Edmundson
said. "We have some talented girls.
We'll be able to adjust at what they
throw at us."
That likely will be a lot of running
from the West squad, which is at full
strength of 12 players. The West, as
is usually the case, also has a size ad-
vantage. But Hamilton isn't deterred.
"I told the girls that we just have to
come out and play defense." Hamilton
said. "The offense will come from our
defense."
The East also can play defense, both
inside and out. East coach Fred Drake
inquired about the defensive strate-
gies allowed in the all-star game and
informed his team to be prepared.
The East can be counted as the. fa-
vorites in most years. It was difficult
to size up the competition, however.
Cottondale guard Marcus Humose
laughed when asked if the West feared
the East. He added that the East has
many capable scorers, including him-
self with a 22-point per game average.
"There will be a lot of points
scored," Humose said. "We have a lot
of scorers on this team and we will do
fine."
Drake agreed, but warned against
the East being a clear favorite.
"They have four guys from the
same team (Niceville) and they did re-
ally well this year," Drake said. "But
we have the inside game the outside
game and we'll score."
The girls game is at 11 a.m. The
boys game follows at 1 p.m.
Admission is $4 for adults, $2 for
children ages 5-17 and youths under 5
are free.


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at a glance

EASTER SERVICES
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Mobile unit blood
donation schedule
Wednesday,
March 31
Bonifay Post Office
8-11:30 a.m.
Doctors Memorial
Hospital 12-4 p.m.
Friday, April 2
Jackson Hospital
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Monday, April 5
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Tuesday April 6
Holmes Cl,
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Thursday April 8
Graceville High
School 8 a.m. 2 p.m.
Blankets of Love
Blankets of Love;
is a community
organization that seeks
to comfort those in
need with the warmth
of a cozy blanket and
the knowledge that
someone cares.
SThe first.endeavor
was to provide blankets
and comforting stuffed
animals to needy
children. Suzan Law,
the founder of Blankets,
of Love, was inspired
to help by a news
story describing the
horrors children were
put through who live in
"meth" houses and were
then transferred to foster
care.
The endeavor has
continued to grow and
has branched out to
include the elderly and
needy in hospice care,
victims of domestic
abuse, children's homes,
needy in Haiti, and most
recently, a Mexican
school for the mentally
handicapped.
The need for
blankets has grown
with the outreach of
the organization. If
you are able to help
or donate supplies to
make blankets (these
are usually passed
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crocheters and knitters'
who have contacted
Blankets of Love and are
willing to help), please
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NOMA Easter egg
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Noma Park. There will
be lunch served from 11
a.m.-noon, entertainment
from noon-1 p.m. and the
egg hunt will be at 1:15
p.m. Come and enjoy
a fun-filled afternoon.
Everyone is invited. Each
child must bring their
own Easter basket.

Help with census
paperwork
CHIPLEY If you need
help filling out your U.S.
census questionnaire,
then the Washington
County Council on Aging
will be glad to help.
A representative will
be at the WCCOA every
Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday from 9
a.m. until 2 p.m. through
April 15 to assist you
in filling out this short
questionnaire.
This information is
important to determine
what is needed in the
community. Every person
counts.
WCCOA also will have
some of the forms at their
office in several different
languages for those who
do not get them in the
mail. If you have any
questions, then please feel
free to call the Washington
County Council on Aging
at 638-6217.

Champion reunion
BONIFAY The
descendants of Nelson
Laude Skinner, first
wife and Leda Smith
Champion will be held all
day April 4 at John Clark
Park in Esto.
The only surviving
children are Ruth Lamb,
Mary Watson, Buddy
Nelson Champion and
Rachel Pullun. They
extend a welcome -


to all friends and
relatives to come for a
time of fellowship and
reminiscing. Bring old
pictures and what you like
to eat to share with all.
For more information, call
850-263-0161.

Quit Smoking Now
CHIPLEY A curriculum
has been developed by
ex-smokers for those who
want to quit smoking.
The meeting is held once
weekly from 5-6 p.m. on
Thursday beginning
April 22 at the Northwest
Florida Community '
Hospital education room.
Six sessions only.
No cost to attend. Free
NRT available for
class participants. For
information, call Doreen
Freer, RN, at 415-8198.

WCCOA yard sale
CHIPLEY The
Washington County
Council on Aging Inc. will
be having a yard sale on
April 16 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
and on April 17 from 8
a.m.-noon. The yard sale
will be held rain or shine.

Emerald Coast
Honor flight
The Emerald Coast
Honor Flight for World
War II veterans willbe
Wednesday, May 5, and
will depart from Fort
Walton Beach.
In order to prepare
and to better serve the
needs of individuals
scheduled to attend, a
mandatory predeparture
meeting will be held
Sunday, April 25, at
2 p.m. at NW Florida
Fairgrounds, 1958 Lewis
Turner Blvd., Fort Walton
Beach. There are a few
seats left. Any WWII
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ACE gets good reviews


Special to Extra
MARIANNA Chipola College stu-
dents are providing feedback about
the Academic Center of Excellence
(ACE) and its positive impact on
learning at the college.
The ACE provides free peer tu-
toring, scheduled reviews for spe-
cific courses, access to computers
for class assignments, supplemental
instruction for high risk courses and
academic advising.
"We've tried to create an academi-
cally rigorous environment where stu-
dents can work on a variety of courses,,
rangingfrom Earth Science to Differen-
tial Equations and from Developmen-
tal Reading to Humanitips," said ACE
Coordinator Bonnie Smith. "Of course,
we support formation of study groups
for any class at Chipola, but most of our
requests for assistance still come from
math and science students."
Attendance was up to more than
200 student visits per day during Fall
2009 compared to only 25 a day when
the center opened in Spring 2007.
Nearly 900 different students made
some 8,000 visits to the ACE during
the Fall 2009 semester. ."Student en-
thusiasm for the ACE continues to
be greater than we expected," said
Smith. "In fact, one student logged in
94 times last semester," said Smith,
"and dozens made 75 or more visits."
Student tutors are among the
most important components of the
ACE program. The ACE has 19 stu-
dents employed this semester. To
be considered for a tutor position, a
studentfmust have a GPA of 3.0, have
received an A or B in the courses)
for which they wish to tutor or be in
a more advanced course in the same
academic discipline. They must also
receive an excellent, recommenda-


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Chipola College students are providing feedback about the Academic
Center of Excellence (ACE) and its positive impact on learning at the
college. Here, ACE coordinator Bonnie Smith (left) works out a math
problem with Stephanie Calix Qf Chipley.


tion by a college faculty member.
Tutors must re-apply each semes-
ter, and only those with satisfactory
evaluations are re-hired.
The ACE also offers Chipola Sup-
plemental Instruction (CSI) sessions
for students in high risk math and sci-
ence courses, which traditionally have
had a high rate of D's, F's or W's. CSI
is Chipola's version of Supplemental
Instruction on the model developed
by the University of Missouri-Kan-
sas City. "I think we can safely say we
have increased the number of students
participating, the number of times stu-
dents attend and improved the grades
of those who participate," said Smith.
Since the ACE assumed CSI, Smith
said she's learned to modify CSI and


tutoring sessions to accommodate
the 4-Day/1-Day class schedule, the
shortened Terms B and C (eight-
week terms), the scheduling of rigor-
ous academic classes only at night in
three-hour time blocks, and the totally
and partially online courses "We've
tried to respond to all these schedule
changes and new course formats so
we can provide assistance when stu-
dents need it most," said Smith.
The ACE is part of a $1.85 million,
Title III Strengthening Institu-
tions Program project, which is in its
fourth year of implementation. ACE
opened in March 2007 as the first Ti-
tle III component.
To learn more about ACE, contact
Bonnie Smith at 850-526-2761, ext. 3247.


Brain Bowl team wins championship


Special to Extra
COCOA The Chipola Brain Bowl
Team on March 20 won the FCCAA
State Championship for the third
year in a row.
Chipola defeated Valencia CC 730-
350 in the final to claim the title. The
team finished the initial round robin
with a perfect 9-0 record on their way
to the championship game, which
pitted Chipola against Valencia in
the championship for the second
straight.
Three Chipola team members
were among the top 10 individuals in
the tourney Dallin Kelson was fifth
overall with 750 points. Cody Pick-
ens was sixth with 495 points. Ethan
Hewett scored 440 points to take 10th
place overall. Nathan Hooppell and
Drew PilguIll ail< scored among the
top 40 pl;ia er, in the tournament.
Chipola head coach Stan Young
.aild, "Assi.mt coach Robert Dunkle
and I th.min vvtryoni for the support
we have ru ived this year. We all
should be proud."
The championship and oth-
er tournament games can be


The Chipola Brain Bowl Team on March 20 won the FCCAA State
Championship for the third year in a row. Pictured from left are team
members: Cody Pickens, Dallin Kelson, coach Dr. Robert Dunkle,
Nathan Hooppell, coach Stan Young, Ethan Hewett and Drew Padgett.


viewed at: http://www.psblive.
com/index.php? option= com_
broadcasts&Itemid= 84.
The chipola Brain Bowl A Team
also tied for fourth in the Community
College National Chaipiiioinship held
at 'liipOla Feb. 26-27. The Chipola B


Team tied for 10th.
Chipola A will finish the season
with an appearance at the Division
II National Championship in Chicago
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SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Chipolo 0',llj," will offer two weeks of early registration in April for the Fall 2010 term. Here, Chipola
students '"-r.iin Dryden and Madison Wester discuss their classes. For information, visit www.chipola.edu,
or call the Rcji-..iolion Offirc at 718-2311.


Chipola early registration


Special to Extra
MARIANNA Chipola College will offer two weeks of
early registration in April for the Fall 2010 term.
Early registration dates for current students are
based on the number of hours completed. The follow-
ing dates are scheduled: April 19, students with 45 or


Reunion Tri-state I

Retherford Special to Extra
The annual Rether- For the week ending Fel
ford reunion will be cele- FloridaLivestock
brated with a fish fry Sat- Florida Livestock i
urday, April 10, at Curry ceipts totaled $6,626 comp
Ferry Boat Landing. last week and $5,630 a ye
Preparations will begin pared to one week ago, s]
at 11 a.m. Bring a side were steady to $1-$3 high
dish; grab a lawn chair; steady to $3 higher, feede
and come on down to the steady to $2 higher, heil
riverforadayoffun, fam- evenly steady, replacement
ily and food. Friends and unevenly steady.
family are invited to at- Georgia Livestock
tend. For more informa- ceipts in 25 markets totaled
tion, you can call Phyllis pared to $11,048 last wee
lt-ltherford, at .S:l l-,il Fe r te
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at n," in1-, 10Il "700l(lO pounds: Fla.
400m500 pounds; Fla, $
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more hours; April 20, students with 15 or more hours;
April 21-22 and April 26-30, students with at least one
hour.
All current students with one or more hours also will
be eligible to register for Fall classes June 14-17.
For information, visit www.chipola.edu, or call the
Registration Office at 718-2311.


Vestock market report


b. 5, 2010:
Auctions: Re-
ared to $6,180
ear ago. Com-
laughter cows
er, bulls were
r steers were
fers were un-
nt cows were
Auctions: Re-
d $10,848 com-
k and $11,267


a year ago. Compared to one week ago,
slaughter cows were $3 higher, bulls $1-
$2 higher, feeder steers were steady to
. $3 higher, heifers were steady $3 higher,
calves were steady to $1-$3 higher, replace-
ment cows were steady to $1-$4 higher.
Alabama Livestock'Auctions: Re-
ceipts totaled $12,500 compared to $13,249
a week ago and $14,120 a year ago. Com-
pared to a week ago, slaughter cows were
$2-$3 higher and bulls were $3 higher, feed-
er steers were $2-$5 higher, feeder heifers
were $2-$3 higher, feeder bulls were $3-$5
higher, replacement cows and pairs were
mostly steady. Trade moderate with mod-
erate to good demand on feeders.


ers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
$116-$160 Ga, $115-$143 Ala. $124-$141
110-$139-.Ga. $106-$136 -Ala. $112-$133
;100$128 --Ga. $100-$121 -Ala. $102-$121

ers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
$105-$121 Ga. $100-$118 Ala. $108-$123
$94-$114 Ga. $94$113 -Ala, $101-$113
, $388 $104 Go. $88-$107- Ala. $93-$105

ghter Cows: 90 Percent Lean
la. $33 $52 Ga, $45-$56 Ala. $45-$49.50


hter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
Fla. $49-$59 Ga. $50-$60.50 -


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Cutts celebrates birthday

Linda Cufts celebrated her 69th birthday on March
9. She resides at Grandview Assisted Living. She is the
mother of Cindy Padgett of Chipley.


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Chipola College Phi Beta Lambda members took top
honors at the recent Florida PBL State Leadership
Conference in Tampa. Pictured, from left, are Jordan
Hatcher, Tracy Scott, Paige White, Michael Ingram
and Devon Beechum.

Chipola business group

wins state awards
Special to Extra
TAMPA Chipola College Phi Beta Lambda members
took top honors at the recent Florida PBL State Leader-
ship Conference in Tampa.
Chipola students competed against 380 students
from colleges and universities throughout the state in
performance events and exams.. Four Chipola students
placed among the top five in the following contests: Jor-
dan Hatcher, third place in Justice Administration; Tracy
Scott, fourth place iM Accounting Principles, Paige White,
fifth place in Client Service; and Michael Ingram, fifth
place Financial Analysis and Decision Making.
Qualifying students will advance to the National PBL
Leadership Conference set for July in Nashville. The
Chipola students also will participate in numerous lead-
ership and career development workshops to acquire
cutting-edge skills for today's competitive business en-
vironment.
PBL is the college level division of FBLA-PBL, the
largest business career student organization in the
world. Chipola Associate Professor Vikki Milton serves
as the PBL adviser and as the Florida District I PBL
State Adviser.


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Because He lives
Nicodemus a Pharisee according to the
Scripture, which means a religious person in
our terms today = asked Jesus how a man
could be born again when he
was old. Jesus shared with
him the wonderful love that
God has for all manldnd, that
God had sent His ONLY Son
to give His life so that whoever
would believe in Him could
receive eternal life (A brief
FROM THE paraphrase of John 3:9118).
HEART Jesus proved that the power
Tim Holl existed in a relationship with
Him as He rose victoriously
from the grave on that first Resurrection
Sunday morning (Easter).
It is true that few events have been
debated more than the resurrection of Christ.
For centuries, men have attempted to explain
away this miracle in hopes of removing the
heart of Christianity. Without the cross and
the resurrection, Christianity becomes a
mere religion or club where people meet.
Being a disciple of Christ or being born
again s not being part of a great organization
or club, nor is it merely another religion. It is
a wonderful, eternal, living relationship with
God the Father, purchased by God the Son
and empowered by God the Holy Spirit. It is
the greatest example and experience of love
that an individual can be a part of. It is love
that has won, and always will win, regardless
of the circumstances, that is proven in the
resurrection of Christ from the grave.
To deny the resurrection of Christ is more
than denying: (1) The witness of Roman
soldiers, who were experts on death, and
normally broke the legs of those on the cross
to hasten the death process. However, when
they came to Christ, they declared Him
dead and rammed a spear through His side
to confirm it. (2) The soldiers who took His
body from the cross and the men, Joseph of
Arimathea and Nicodemus, who prepared His
body and carried and laid it in the tomb. (3)
The seal of Caesar around the tomb and the
guards who were willing to give their lives to
protect that seal. (4) The huge stone that was
moved, which was impossible for a man to
move of his own might. (5) The empty tomb
with the grave cloths folded neatly and laid to
the side. (6) The hundreds who walked and
talked with Him in the 40 days afterward. To
deny the resurrection is to deny the word of
God Himself and the only hope that man has.
Resurrection Sunday (Easter) is
much more siniilficiiait than most, people
understand, You see, on the cross, Jesus gave
His life for us, but in i-lis resurrection, Jesus
i\v. Hi..s life to us. "l'ori il l' hen we were
enemies we were reconciled to God through
the dv'eh oil t-- Son, much more, hl\ in im
bean i ecoicilkd. we shall be saved by.His life"
, tmmIns 5:10 NKJV).
It is the l ving. risen Christ who gives us
victory over sin, to defeat sin, as proclaimed,
in Romans -I :';, which '.ays, "who was
delivered up because of our offenses, and
was raised because of ouii'jniis.lintiotC."
Romans 6:14 also says, "For sin shall not have
dominion cr yNoYU. for you are not under law
but under grace."
'l'T.u .lso tells me that because el II l
risen Chrislt pliiogr.>ph alcohol, driiLgs.
ho'iui'-'i'\iiltih ;llW i, t' Uniwu ontr unholy lustil ithouihls. negative thoughts, a
ci itlicul spirit or a bitter attitude cannot have
control over me or anyone who has received
eternal life through the risen Christ It tells
me lli.h when we it is because we willfully and deliberately
choose to iguio c Christ s resident power and
victory in our life. We thus deliberately choose
to sn r.ithei than submni ourselves to His
rigtlieoiisnessh.
1 John 4 .ays to us who know the risen
Christ "You are ol God. little children, and
have overcome them. because He who
is in you is greater than he who is in the
world." Which says to me, "Jesus does not
just giveyvo-. i'-: HE IS YOUR LIFE.
Jesus does not just give you peace; HE IS
YOUR PEA.CE. JEclt does n,:t ijus give you
power; HE IS YOUR POWERf Jesus does not
just give you wisdom: HE IS YOL R WISDOM
Jesus des s not just give you victory; HE
IS YOU R VrCTORr Jesus Himsnelt is your
SUFFICIENCY for every need you will every
have.
This is not complicated or mysterious. The
Bibleassures you that you will become old'ss
child forever as a result of your faith (trust) in
Christ. For you are very significant to God. He
loves you and has shown His love through the
power of the resurrection of His Son. It is a
love and power that dal:l.v.s everyone who will
trust in Him to be a winner.
Will you begin your walk with Him today
and the great privilege of celebrating His
resurrection not only this Sunday, but also
every day of your life? (Romans 3:10-13; 5:12;
5:8; 6:23; and 10:9-13)
This message has been brought to you
"From the Heart" of Tim Hall, author of
"Church Go To Hell! Please?", and senior
pastor of Gully Springs Baptist Church, PO.
Box 745, 2824 U.S. Highway 90 W, Bonifay,
FL 32425, three miles west of the light at State


Road 79; 850-547-3920; timothyjhall.org;
e-mail: timhall2000a@yahoo.com.


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BCF strolls down memory lane


Special to Extra
GRACEVILLE The Music and Wor-
ship Division at the Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) in Graceville wowed
audiences young and old Thursday,
March. 18, and Friday, March 19,
during their "Guys and Glams" per-
formances in the Assembly Center.
Guests were treated to the sounds
of musical powerhouses from the
'50s through the '90s while enjoying
fresh-popped popcorn, bubble gum
and coke floats.
Emcee Matthew LeHew, BCF
webmaster and graphic designer, led
the audience through a timeline of
world events as the College Singers
showcased the time-honored songs
of each era. The audience joined in
the fun as cast members encouraged
participation and entertained.
Male members of the BCF Col-
lege Singers showcased their talents
by replicating performances of stars
such as Fats Domino, Roy Orbison
and Jerry Lee Lewis. The Guys de-
lighted the audience with several old
favorites from Frankie Valley and
the Four Seasons, intermingled with
solos from James Taylor and the
country duo Johnny Cash and June
Carter Cash.
The oohs and aahi of The Su-
premes, the dance craze of the lo-
comotion and even the. sassy lyrics
of singers such as Pink resonated
through the Assembly Center when
the female members of the BCF Col-
lege Singers performed their selec-


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
The Baptist College of Florida's College Singers perform "Guys and
Glams."


tions. Memories of waiting by the
mailbox for a letter from a sweet-
heart were quickly remembered as
the Glams sang favorite "Wait a Min-
ute Mr. Postman."
Directed by BCF Music and Wor-
ship Division Chair Don Odom, ar-
rangements were also made for BCF
to open its doors to more than 750 lo-
cal students from elementary to high
school to attend a free showing of
"Guys and Glams" Friday morning.
Graceville High School's award-win-
ning show choir, under the direction
of Stephanie Long, performed sever-


al numbers from their repertoire for
the students to enjoy before the BCF
College Singers took the stage.
"What a great privilege to invite
the community for a fun event like
."Guys and Glams," Odom said. "A
show. like this is such a huge col-
laboration and therefore learning
experience for our students. We are
honored to have had such a great re-
sponse from the community."
For more information about the
BCF Music and Worship Division
and special programs throughout the
year, visit www.baptistcollege.edu.


BCF Women's Ensemble to perform in R.G. Lee Chapel


Special to Extra
GRACEVILLE The Women's Ensemble at the Bap-
tist College of Florida in Graceville will be perform-
ing Tuesday, April 6, at 6 p.m. on campus in the R.G.
Lee Chapel. The concert, conducted by BCF profes-
sor Buford Cox and accompanied by piano profes-
sor Angela Glover, will showcase the pristine sound
of traditional and contemporary sacred literature
for women, as well as spirituals, folk songs, favorite
show tunes and vocal jazz compositions.
Not only is the BCF Women's Ensemble one
of the favorite singing groups featured on cam-
pus, but they have performed in high schools, col-
leges, churches, choral festivals, area community
art leagues and during the state convention of the
American Choral Directors Association, Their har-
mony and enthusiasm is contagious as they share
the hiovei l 'hrisl through music wherever they sing,
The public is invited to attend this special night of
music as the ensemble performs at home before go-
Ing on tour.
For more information on upcoming musical per-
formances, call i5o ::ii; 3.::61, ext. 427, or visit www.
apl1isit'illwteg ehdu


Blue Grass Jam
CARYVILLE Caryville Baptist Church
will be host ing a Blue Grass Jam on
April 2 at 6:30 p.m. Anyone who wants
to pick and sing (acoustic instruments
only) is welcome. Everyone is welcome.
The church is at 4217 Old Bonifay Road.

'From Gentle Tree
to Rugged Cross'
CHIPLEY "Once the most beautiful
tree in the city, she has been stripped,
her bark peeled away in large ribbons.
Her magnificent trunk sawed in two,
she stands transformed into a cross."
On Good Friday, April 2, at 7 p.m.,
there will be a musical program titled
"From Gentle Tee to Rugged Cross"
featuring the combined choirs of First
Presbyterian Church and First United
Methodist Church. The performance
will be held at First United Methodist
Church, 1285 Jackson Ave.
First Prebyterian Church is under
the leadership of the Rev. David Darrow,
minister; Roger VanLandingham, choir
director; Margaret Dixon, organist; and
Kevin Russell, pianist.
First United Methodist Church is
led by the Rev. Jerry May, minister; Sue
Stewart, choir director; and Ron Teece,
pianist.
"From Gentle Tree to Rugged
Cross" will feature solo selections
by the following members of First
Presbyterian Church: "I Should Have
Been There," by Kevin Russell, and
"10,000 Angels Cried," by Rachel Webb.
Hope Schofield of First United
Methodist Church will sing the solo
"Via Dolorosa," and Carolyn Batts from
Gulfview Methodist Church in Panama
City Beach will sing Mary's viewpoint of


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
The Baptist College of Florida's Women's Ensemble is under the
direction of BCF professor Buford Cox.


Ministry NEWS

the events transpiring in "Still My Son."
The narrator for the program will be
June Wetzel from Panama City Beach.

Sunrise service in Esto
ESTO The annual Esto sunrise
service will be held Easter Sunday
at 6:15 a.m. at John Clark Park. First
Baptist Church of Esto will provide
hrcoktl.ist For information, call Rlyau
Begue at 850-263-3508.

Easter drama
COTTONDALE The Friendship
Assembly of God Church in Cottondale
presents the Easter drama "The
Promise of God The Gift of Jesus" on
April 3 at 5 p.m. and April 4 at 11 a.m.
Lunch and an Easter egg hunt will
follow the morning presentation. The
church is at 3258 Sapp Road.

Sunrise service
HINSON CROSSROAD Hinson
Crossroad Multi-Church Sunrise
service will be held Easter Sunday,
April 4, at Hinson Crossroad Firehouse.
Everyone is invited.

Easter in Leonia
LEONIA Leonia Baptist Church will
observe special services on Easter
Sunday, April 4. The day will begin with
a Sunrise Service at 7:30 a.m. on the
church grounds. A fellowship breakfast
will be served in the church fellowship
hall following this service. Sunday
School will begin at 9 a.m., and worship
will follow at 10 a.m.
Pastor Stacy Stafford and
congregation cordially invite all to come
help us Raise The Roof as we celebrate


the Resurrection of Our Lord. The
church is at the intersection of County
Roads 185 and 181.

Easter Sunrise Service
CHIPLEY The Chipley Ministerial
Association's Annual Easter Sunrise
Service at Blue.Lake Baptist Church
will be held Sunday, April 4, at 6:30 a.m.
The Rev. Tim Evans will bring the
Easter message, and Blue Lake Baptist
Church will provide special music.
Afterward, the Blue Lake Baptist Men
will serve a free country breakfast. An
offering will be collected to support
the Clupilcy Ministerial Association's
Transient Ministry. Please bring your
lawn chairs and join us for this special
service.

St. Joseph The Worker
Catholic Church
CHIPLEY St. Joseph The Worker
Catholic Church, 1664 Main St.,
announces services:
Mass Tuesday, 9 a.m., and Sunday, 11
'a.m. Bingo early bird, 6:30 p.m.; regular
games, 7 p.m on Tuesdays.
Easter Vigil: Holy Thursday, 6:30
p.m., St. Anne's, Marianna; Good
Friday, 5:30 p.m., St. Joseph the Worker;
Holy Saturday, 7:30 p.m., St. Anne's,
Marianna; Easter Sunday, 11 a.m. Mass,
St. Joseph the Worker.
For information, call 638-7654.

Easter at Carmel Assembly
BETHLEHEM Carmel Assembly of
God presents on April 4, Easter Sunday,
"Victory At The Empty Tomb." Two

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morning worship services: worship; Organizer Joe'lle Fondo said the
8 a.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 p.m.; and event is directed toward parents and
worship, 10:30 a.m. youths age 12 and older.
This is the new Sunday schedule Those attending the event will
bcginining Easter Sunday. Full enjoy refreshments in the cafeteria
nursery and children's ministry for and then travel in groups through
each service, the halls, including "Meth Hall,"
Carmel Assembly is 2.5 miles "Coke Hall" and a room about sexual
east of Bethlehem School on County abuse, and view several skits. A
Road 160. For more information, call mock car wreck will be in front of the
547-3266 or go to carmelassembly. community center.
org. For more information, call 535-
4139.


Reality Hall coming to Vernon
VERNON The second annual
Reality Hall program is on
Saturday, April 3, beginning at 6
p.m. The program at the Vernon
Community Center will be put
on by local volunteers. The first
Reality Hall last October drew 380
participants.
The event features skits and
displays showing the consequences
of making wrong decisions and
sends a strong Christian message of
salvation and redemption.


Teen Challenge car washes
BONIFAY Tired of the green glow
over your car and all the mud this
wet time of year? The boys of West
Florida Teen Challenge are back to
host their regular car washes for
donations,.where all proceeds go
directly to missions for the Teen
Challenge Center as they take L
several trips overseas annually and
many trips throughout the U.S. Look
for them locally around Bonifay
and get your car washed. After


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 Clemmons
Road, Vernon. Service on first and third
Sunday 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 Ealum 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
ot Bonitav.y [he Rev. Josih OGarner s
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Westville.
The Fellowship at Country Oaks:
574 Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles southeast
of Chipley off Orange
Gap Pond Free Will Baptist: 1980
Gap Blvd. in Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor
is the Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church, 2249
Highway 179. Pastor Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist: Three miles
west of Bonifay on Highway 90. Pastor
Tim Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656 Hickory
Hill Road (Highway 181 N),.Westville.
Holmes Creek Baptist: Cope Road
northwest of Chipley.
Holyneck Missionary Baptist:
3395 Cemetery Lane, Campbellton.
Pastor Richard Peterson Sr.
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist:
614 Bennett Drive, Chipley. Price
Wilson is pastor.
Leonia Baptist: Church is located
in northwest Holmes County. Pastor is
Stacy Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale.
Pastor is Henry Matthews.
Mt. Arprat Missionary Baptist:
1233 Old Bonifay Road, Chipley. Pastor
is Dr. H.G. McCollough.
Mt. Zion Independent Baptist:
Highway 2, one mile west of Highway
79 in Esto. Pastor is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning Baptist: 1049
Sanders Ave., Graceville. Pastor is
Rudolph Dickens.
New Concord Free Will Baptist:
James Paulk Road off Highway 177.
Pastor James Carnley.
New Hope Baptist: Intersection of
Highways 2 and 179A.
New Hope Missionary Baptist
Church (Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen
Road, Greenwood.
New Orange Baptist: 782 Altlrd
Road. Pastor is Alcus Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley. Pastor is
Kermit Soileau.
New Zion Baptist: Highway 177-A
north of Highway 2.
Noma Baptist. Highway 175 north of
Highway 2.
Northside Baptist: Intersection of
Highways 81 and 90 in Ponce de Leon.
Pastor is Ken.Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Corner of
Orange Hill and Gilbert's Mill roads,
southeast of Chipley,
Orange Hill Baptist 3 6 miles east
of Wausau, off Pioneer Road at 3485
Gainer Road. Pastor is Phillip Gainer
Oraige 1111Hill Missionary Baptist, ,
8 16 Sunday Road, Chlpley, Pastor is
the Rev. James Johns.
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Easter musical
DELLWOOD Dr. Batts, pastor
of the Welcome Assembly of God
Church, extends to everyone a
special invitation to attend the
Easter musical "I Know My
Redeemer Lives" on Sunday, April
4, at 9:30 a.m.
This Easter musical, presented
by the Sanctuary Choir, will touch
you in a special way by the message
of love and evidence of mercy
displayed by our Lord through His
birth, life, death and resurrection.
"I Know My Redeemer Lives"
features some of the best-loved
songs of all time, as well as several
brand-new favorites.
The church is at 6794 Messer
Road. For more information, call the
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St. Theresa Catholic Church: Sunny
Hills Boulevard, Chipley.
Church of Christ
Chipley Church of Christ: 1295
. Brickyard Road. Wes Webb is minister, '
Esto Church of Christ: 1247 N.
Highway 79.
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God: Brock
Avenue. Pastor is John Stamey.
Church of God-by Faith: 3012
Church St., Vernon. Pastor is Elder T.
Powell.
Tabernacle of Praise Church'of God:
Highway 77 South. Pastor is Victor
Fisher.
Church of God in Christ
Spirit-Filled Church of God in Christ:
2128 Pate Pond Road, Caryville. Pastor
is Elder Tony Howard,
Yes Lord Deliverance Church of
God in Christ: 739 Seventh St. (next to
the National Guard Armory) in Chipley.
Pastor is David Woods Jr.
Church of God In Prophecy
New Bayview Church of God of
Prophecy: 1097 New Bayview Church
Road, Bonifay. Pastor Sylvia Foskey.
Church of God of Prophecy: 1386
W. Jackson Ave., Chipley. Pastor is
Ernest Dupree.
Episcopal
St. Matthew's Episcopal: Highway
90 West, Chipley Vicar is Ward S.
Clarke.
Holiness
Harris Chapel Holiness: Eight miles
north of Caryville on Highway 179.
'Pastors are the Rev..Norman and Judy
Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105 Corbin
Road, Cottondale.
Third United Holiness: 608 W. Eighth
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is Arthur Fulton.
Islam
Masid Dawah, 800 E. Highway 90.
Bonitay Dr. M. Yunis, 547-4284.
Jehovah's Witnesses
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses: 2048 Highway 77, Chipley.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses: Highway 90, Bonifay,
Jewish.
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City,
Lutheran
Grace Lutheran: Highway 90 East,
Bonifay, Interim pastor is Jerry Conley,
Methodist
Bothlehoem United Methodist:
Highway 177, look for sign,
Bonitay Unitod Methodist:
Oklahomai Street
Codar Grove United Mellodisl: Two
miles weoA of Miller's Crossroads on
IHllhwav 2. Pastor is John Hinkle.
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D. Brown.
Turning Point First United
Pentecostal: Highway 90 West, Chipley.
Pastor is James Caudle.
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness:
2201 Pioneer Road. Pastor is James
Barwick.
Presbyterian
Chjpley First Presbyterian: Fifth
Street and Watts Avenue.
Sunny Hills Presbyterian: 3768
Country Club Blvd. Pastor is Kenneth
Kelley.
Seventh-day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist: 604
Mathusek St. Pastor is Jeff Westberg.
Other
Amazing Grace Faith Fellowship
Assembly: 3253 Highway 2. Pastor is
Bobby Tidwell.
Bonifay Bible Church, Living, Loving
God, old Howell Chevrolet building,
Tuesday and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
each night; Sunday, 2:30-4:30 p.m. T.G.
Hobbs, pastor.
Bonifay House of Prayer: 826 N.
Caryville Road. Pastor is Devon Richter.
Bonnett Pond Community Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Road between
Wausau and Vernon. Pastor is the Rev.
Teddy Joe Bias.
Caryville Evangelistic Center:
Wright's Creek Road in Caryville, just
north of Highway 90. Pastor is Wayne
Brannon.
Christian Fellowship Center, 1458
Monroe Sheffield Road, Chipley. Pastor
is Isaac Harmon.
Christian Haven: Finch Circle,
Wausau. Pastor Carlos Finch.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
day Saints, North Ride, Bonifay, FL
32425: 850-547,1254 or 850-547-4557
Bonifay Ward: Bishop Joshua Bowen
Chipley Ward: Bishop Charles Munns
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley;
1301 Main St. (old Chuckwagon),
Chipley, Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
Pastor is Larry Capan.
Cornerstone Harvest Outreach:
Corner of Reno and Fanning Branch.
Vernon. Pastors are Willis and Drucile
Hagan.
Courts of Praise: 1720 Clayton
Road, Chipley. Pastor is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community Fellowship,
844 Main Street, Chipley Pastor is Joey
Robbins,
Cypress Creek Community Church:
2,5 miles west of Alford at 1772
Macedonia Road. Pastor is James
Vickery.
Faith Covenant Fellowship: Highway
277 hall-mllo south of 1-10.
Family Worship Center: 531 Rock
Hill Church Road.
Grace & Glory Worship Center:
1328 Railroad Ave Chipley. Pastor is
Debbio Williams,
Gracoville Community: 1005 E. Prim
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Hoolins VallIy Commun ty Church:
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ille will host its annual golf tournament Saturday,
April 24, at Dogwood Lakes in Bonifay.
The four-member scramble is open to the public.
Tee time is at 8 a.m.; there is a $35 entry fee that in-
cludes a barbecue lunch.
The deadline to enter is Friday, April 16. The first
mulligan is free, but more can be purchased for $5
each. Prizes will be awarded. All proceeds benefit
the BCF golf team.
Anyone interested can sign up in the BCF gym
or e-mail Recreation Assistant Tripp Battle at
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B6 I Holmes County Times-Advertiser I Washington County News Local Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Obituaries


David Gene Richardson,
72, of Wausau, died, March
23, 2010, at his home. A
native of Springfield, he
was a resident of Wausau
for the past 21 years,
coming from Orlando..
He retired as a master
sergeant from the U.S.
Army, and was of the
Protestant faith.
Survivors include his
wife, Shirley J. Richardson
of Wausau; one son, Brian
Richardson of Atlanta,
Ga; one daughter, Robin
Richardson of Orlando; one


Hattie Mae (West)
Waters, 86, of Graceville,
died, March 23, 2010,
at the Sabal Palms
Rehabilitation Center in
Largo. She was daughter
of the late Eugene West,
Sr. and Caroline Benson
West, was born on Nov.
26, 1923, in Columbia, Ala.
She left Graceville and
moved to Pinellas County
seven years ago to live
with her daughter's family
when her health began
to fail. She had the joy
and privilege of residing
at the Heron House
Assisted Living Facility
of Indian Rocks Baptist
Church in Largo for the
past two years. She loved
and adored her friends at
Heron House.
On Nov. 29, 1954, she
married the late Frank
Waters, Sr. She received
Christ as her personal
savior at an early age at
the Columbia Missionary
Baptist Church and there
spent much of her time
serving God and her
fellowman. She coritinued
her service after her
family moved to Graceville
in 1943. She received her
bachelor of science degree
from Florida Agricultural
and Mechanical
University in Tallahassee,
in elementary education.
She used her training
as a teacher employed


brother, Jack Richardson
of Albany, Ky; onestepson,
Jeff Anderson of Panama
City; one stepdaughter,
Ashley Anderson of Wausau
and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held, March 26,2010, at
Brown Funeral Home,
Main Street Chapel with
the Rev. Wesley Hall and
the Rev. Joe Kirkland
officiating. Interment
followed in Wausau
Memorial Gardens, Brown
Funeral Home in charge of
arrangements.


by the Jackson County
School Board. She retired
in 1983, after serving 34
years in the classroom,
initially with first
,graders and later with
kindergarteners.
She was also preceded
in death by four siblings:
Naomi West, Dixie Clark,
Eugene West, Jr. and
Samuel West.
Survivors include her.
children, Carolyn Waters
Boddie of Seminole and
Frank Waters, Jr., of Katy,
TX; five grandchildren;
two sisters, Alpha Kate
Roberts and Daisy
Lee Barkley of Saint
Petersburg; one brother,
Frank Edward West
of Dothan, Ala;-a very
devoted daughter-in-law,
Betty Waters; a very
devoted.son-in-law, Phillip
Boddie; a very devoted
sister-in-law, Juanita ,
West and many nieces,
nephews, cousins, other
relatives, church family
and friends.
Funeral services were
held March 27, 2010, at the
New Easter Missionary
Baptist Church in
Graceville with the Rev.
Price Wilson, pastor/
eulogist. She was laid
to rest in the Graceville
Community Cemetery
under the directions
of Christian Memorial
Chapel of Graceville..


Johnnie Everette
(Red) Davis, 87, died
March 27, 2010 at his
home in Blackshear, GA.
He was born in 1922 in
Davisville and lived for
many years in Chipley.
He and his wife, Pauline,
moved to Blackshear
in 2006 to be near their
daughter and family.
He was a veteran
of World War II and a
graduate of the University
of Florida with a Master's
Degree in agriculture.
He had a long career
as a county agricultural
extension agent in
Chipley. He received the
National Association
of County Agricultural
Agents' Disting uished
Service Award in 1967.
He is credited with
obtaining Washington,
County, Florida's
designation as one of
the first Rural Renewal
Program areas in the
nation. He was a charter
' member of the Chipley
Kiwanis Club, secretary



J. Don R
The Rev. J. Don Rogers
Jr., 58, died,"March 19,
2010. He was a native of
Bonifay and a graduate
of Holmes County High
School in 1970 and had
been a resident of the
Virginia Peninsula for
the last 18 years. He was
the founding pastor of All
Generations Church in
Newport News, Va. and
ministered there for the
last three and a half years.
He was a graduate of
Southeastern University,
a master's candidate at
Regent University, served
41 years as a pastor
and associate pastor,
and founded Plumbline
Ministries International,
ministering in churches
around the world.
He was preceded in
death by his parents, the


of the Washington County
Cattleman's Association
for 15 years and a director
and avid supporter of
Washington County 4-H
Clubs.
He is survived by his
wife of 67 years, Pauline
McConnico Davis; two
children, Martha Fey
(Rick) of Blackshear
and John R. Davis
(Iris) of Greensboro.
Survivors also include
three grandchildren, a
brother, Henry P Davis
of Perry, and three great-
grandchildren
A graveside service
will be held at a later date
at Glenwood Cemetery in
Chipley.
In lieu of flowers,
the family requests
contributions may be
made to: Hospice Satilla,
317 Plant Avenue,
Waycross, Georgia, 31501
or to the H.P Davis 4H
Scholarship Fund, C/O
Florida 4-H Foundation,
1100 E. Julia Street, Perry,
Florida, 32347.



ogers Jr.,
Rev. and Mrs. Jasper N.
Rogers.
Survivors include his
wife, Brenda Shelton
Rogers; daughter,
Rebekah Rogers
Wilson and husband,
Matt; son, Matt Rogers
and wife, Tiffany; two
sisters, Robbie Shirley
and Bobbie Thomas
and husband, Jesse;
two granddaughters;
and numerous nieces,
nephews, extended family
and friends.
Funeral services
were held, March 22 at
Bethel Temple Church in
Hampton, Va. with burial
following in Parklawn
Memorial Cemetery.
Memorial contributions
may be made to All
Generations Church, www.
allgenchurch.com.


Pamela Lynn Johnson,
56, of Lake Charles, La.,
died, March 20,2010, in
Lake Charles. A native of
Panama City, she had been
a resident of Lake Charles
for the'past four months,
moving there from Vernon.
She was of Assembly of,
GodfFaith.
Survivors include her
mother; Jan Mani and
husband, Albert, of Vernon;
her father, Fred Johnson
and wife, Estelle, of Vernon;
her paternal grandparents,
Levi and Ida Johnson;.her
maternal grandparents,
Jessie and Ada Gilmore;
two sons, Dustin Willieford
and Cody Lee both of

Lillie Pea
Lillie Pearl Moates, 85, of
Chipley, died March 19,2010,
in the Northwest Florida
Community Hpspital. A
native of Geneya, Ala., she
had been a resident here for
the past 30 years, coming
from Carrabelle. She had.
retired from housekeeping,
with the Washington County
Hospital and was a member
of the Grace Assembly of
God Church in Chipley.
She is predeceased by
her parents; Early G. and
Lela (Coe) Skipper and her
husband, Barney Moates.
Survivors include one
son, Robert E. Taylor and
wife, Myrtle, of Picayune,
Miss; three daughters,
Elsie Gainey and husband,


Jacqueline "Jackie"
E. Williams, 42, of Grand
Ridge, died March 20,2010,
at her residence. She lived
in Jackson County for the
, last 13 years, moving from
Tallahassee. She was of the
Baptist Faith.
Survivors include her
husband of 20 years, Donald
"Mark" Williams; parents,
John and Wilma Russell of
Wmgham Ga.; three sisters,
Terri Russell of Waco, TX,
Mary Lindley of Chipley


Houston, TX; one daughter,
Amy Hauck of Murray,
Ky; two brothers, Freddie
Johnson of Sarasotaand and
Tim Johnson of Panama
City;, three sisters, Sandra
Fielder of Tampa, Angela
Johnson of Bossier, La.,
and Stephanie Johnson
of Vernon; and four
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held, March 27,2010, at the
Bonnett Pond Church with
the Rev. Harry McClellan,
the Rev. Corbin Hicks, the
Rev. Danny Burns and
the Rev. Teddy Joe Bias
officiating. Interment
followed in Bonnet Pond
Cemetery.

rl Moates
Harold, of Chipley, Janie
Pattillo of Ocoee, and
Virginia Ann Calhoun
of Oviedo; one brother;,,
Early Danford and his
wife, Margaret, of Bonifay;
special friends; Lucille and
Mylane Searcy of Slocomb,
Ala; nine grandchildren,
17 great grandchildren
and five great-great
grandchildren. ,
Funeral services were
held, March 22,2010, in the
Grace Assembly of God
Church in Chipley, with the
Rev. Dallas Pettis officiating.
Interment followed in
Glenwood Cemetery
Brown Rmeral Home of
Chipley is in charge of the
arrangements.


and Anna Louderback
and husband, Gordon,
of Chipley; and a host of
nieces and nephews.
FRmeral services were
held on March 24,2010,
in the Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home with the
Rev. James Sharkey and
the Rev. Glen Whiddon
officiating. Interment
followed in Shady Grove
Cemetery, Marianna
Chapel Funeral Home
directing.


Community BRIEFS


4-H camp
open house
NICEVILLE 4-H is cel-
ebrating the Month of the
Military Child with a camp
open house and fam-
ily fun day at 4-H Camp
Timpoochee April 10 from
10 a.m. 4 p.m. This event
is free. Meet the staff, tour
the facilities, experience
some fun camp activities
and meet other military
youth. See what OMK
Camp is about.
Spend the entire day
or visit for a short time.
Lunch will be provided.
Camp Timpoochee is
located in Niceville nes-
tled on the shore of the
Choctawhatchee Bay just
minutes from Destin. It
will host an OMK camp
July 19-23, 2010.
For more information
on 4-H camps or Camp
Timpoochee visit the fol-
lowing Web sites http://
florida4h.org/camps/in-
dex.shtml or http://flori-
da4h.org/camps/ tim-
poochee.shtml. '
For more informa-
tion contact on the Open
House contact 4-H State
Military Specialist, Cliff
Lewis, 863-519-8677, or
sgmlewis@ufl.edu.

Walton County
Amateur Radio Club
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS The
Walton County Amateur


Radio Club will be hav-
ing their annual tailgate
at the Farmer's Market
located on Highway 331
south on April 10 (next to
Burger King). Everyone is
welcome so please bring a
buddy, Ham or not.
Setup will begin'about
7-7:30 a.m. If you have
gear you want to buy, sell
or trade please come. Or
just show up for the fel-
lowship it will be a fun
time. Please bring your
own tables. There is no
cost to set up.
A tailgate is a social
event, and a time to buy,
sell, and trade equipment.
If you would like to eat
with other hams just show
up early at Burger King
next door.
For more information
contact John Blaisdell at
kj4qob@arrl.net.

WHTC graduation
CHIPLEY Washington
Holmes Technical Cen-
ter will hold their annual
graduation ceremonies on
Tuesday, May 4 at 7 p.m.
at the Washington County
Ag Center.
Students who complet-
ed a program or received
a GED through WHTC
between May 8, 2009,
through the present may
participate.
Call Robbie Bazzell at
638- 1180 ext. 343 for more
information.


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The reality of taking


care of


Baby animals are a symbol of
spring and renewal. Every year,
feed and pet stores sell chicks
and bunnies to parents as Easter
presents for their children. While
these animals are adorable, they are
pets and must be taken care of for
the rest of their lives.
"An impulse pet is always a
bad purchase," warned Dr. Mark
Stickney, Director of General
Surgery Services at the Texas A&M
University College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sciences.
"They may look cute in the store,
but Easter is gone in a day and then
you have an animal to take care of
long term."
Stickney also explained that
while baby chicks are very cute,
full-grown chickens might not be the
best pets, especially not for children.
"It's hard to interact with a
chicken, and roosters can be very
aggressive. They also get barbs
on their feet that can cause a lot of
damage," Stickney noted.
If you have put some time and
consideration into buying a pet for
your child; a rabbit can be a good
"first pet" as they are docile and
are pretty easy to take care of in
general.
"The good news is that you do
not have to walk or train a rabbit,"
Stickney said. "They will need to
get some exercise so you have to let
them hop around each day."
The down side to pet rabbits is
that they are pretty messy. While
it is possible to litter train some
rabbits, for the most part they go to
the bathroom wherever they are.
Because of this they will need to be
in a hutch of some sort most of the
time.
"Make sure that if you do have a
rabbit as a pet-that you don't keep
it in a wire cage. It sounds gross,


"An impulse pet is always a bad purchase.
They may look cute in the store, but Easter is gone
in a day and then you have an animal to take
care of long term."

Dr. Mark Stickney
Director of General Surgery Services at the Texas A&M University College of
Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences


but at night they secrete vitamins
in their feces and they have to be
able to eat these secretions to stay
healthy," Stickney said.
Although rabbits are easy to
care for there are still things you
have to do to keep them healthy and
comfortable. Be sure to keep their
hutch in a place with a comfortable
temperature at all times and
keep their dietary and veterinary
requirements in mind.
"A rabbit's diet consists primary
of coastal hay and vegetables and
a third of their diet should include
rabbit feed," Stickney explained.
"The hay is very important because
it prevents digestive problems that
rabbits get as a result of cleaning
themselves like cats do."
Hay is also important for rabbit's
teeth. If they don't chew on hay
constantly their teeth can overgrow.
"If your rabbit's teeth do
overgrow it will have to be sedated
and its teeth will have to be filed
down by a veterinarian," Stickney
warned. "It's also important to
remember that rabbits will chew
on just about anything so watch out
for things like power cords because
they can electrocute themselves."
Rabbits also have routine


veterinary needs just like any other
pet, They will need to be spayed or
neutered and can also get fleas.
"You really need to get your
rabbit spayed or neutered before
sexual maturity or they can become
aggressive," Stickney advised.
"Check with your veterinarian
because not all of them spay and
neuter rabbits. You should also
ask them for any flea preventative
or treatment as over-the-counter
products for dogs and cats can be
toxic for rabbits."
While any pet can be a wonderful.
addition to a family, it is never a
good idea to buy a pet on a whim.
If you are ready to make the
commitment and think your child is
too then a rabbit can be a fun furry
companion. Just remember, they do
live seven to 11 years on average so
you may have the rabbit even after
your little one leaves the nest.

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
topics may be directed to editor@
cvm.tamu.edu.


David G. Richardson


Johnnie E. Davis


Pamela L. Johnson


Hattie M. Waters


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AMIkids West Florida students help clean waterfall at Falling Waters State Park


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

CHIPLEY The students,
staff and volunteers of
AMlkids West Florida and
the Panama City Marine
Institute have been moved
to action by the recent
request from the Falling
Waters State Park staff to
help remove debris from
the famous waterfall. The
debris included a samu-
rai sword accidentally
dropped in the 60 foot deep
hole by Florida State Film
School students during a
recent film class that took
place at the scenic spot.
The information was
provided in a news release
from AMIkids West Flori-
da.
The staff at AMIkids
West Florida have special
advanced training on rope
rescue techniques because
of the 52 foot high ropes
course tower that they
built on their site in Ponce
de Leon. Every year in the
fall, facility director Ron
Boyce conducts a week
long trip to the mountains
of North Carolina with
the boys from the school.
While there he sets up and
supervises a 70 foot rappel
off the side of a mountain.
The facility uses the
tower and the natural
rappelling to teach safety,
professionalism and team-
work to the boys that at-
tend their program.
Falling Waters State
Park has the tallest wa-
terfall in Florida and
from time to time, objects
accidently get dropped
into the pristine natural
wonder. Lately, you just


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
The students, staff and volunteers of AMIkids West Florida and the Panama City Marine Institute have been
moved to action by the recent request from the Falling Waters State Park staff to help remove debris from the
famous waterfall.


couldn't miss the unusual
object clearly visible at
the bottom of the 60 foot
shaft, a samurai sword. To
get down to the sword re-
quired special equipment
which the program has.
"Getting down is the easy
part. Its coming back up
that's the hard part" said
Ron Boyce, the first one to
climb down the shaft.
"My job is to check the


rope system that we set-
up and to make sure that
there were no poison-
ous snakes down -there.
They often fall down the
shaft and get stuck down
there. In amongst all the
wet logs, it can be hard
to spot them. I wanted to
make sure that it was safe
for the boys that we have
trained on our tower back
at the program. They know


how to rappel, but snakes,
that's something else."
There were no snakes
so Boyce grabbed the
sword and started the
long and hard process of
working his way back up
the rope using a set of
special rope grabbers that
can slide up then lock. Us-
ing the two of them and
switching your weight
from one to the other, the


climber can inch their
way back out of the 60 foot
deep shaft.
Now that the system
had been tested and the
scene cleared for snakes,
the rest of the crew went
down to start the job of
cleaning out all of the junk
and trash that had fallen
into the shaft. Rope In-
structor Joe.Nunley went
first then AMIkids West


Florida student climber
Wyatt went down into the
shaft after being fitted out
by veteran Rope Rescue
Technician Jim Holmes
from the Panama City Ma-
rine Institute.
The kids from the Pan-
ama City Marine Institute
lowered a basket down
and Joe and Wyatt pro-
ceeded to fill the basket
with trash. Wyatt climbed
out and was replaced by
another AMIkids West
Florida student climber
DJ, who then with Joe
sent up the last basket of
trash, hauled up by the
Panama City Marine In-
stitute kids.
Wayland Fulford of Cap-
ital City Bank in Chipley,
brought pizza, candy bars
and sodas for the wet and
tired crew thanking them
for their spirited commu-
nity spirit and service.
AMIkids West Florida.
specializes in using out-
door activities to motivate
.and reach the troubled
teens that they serve.
They have been at their
Ponce de Leon location
since 1993 and have de-
veloped a reputation for
great community service.
They are led by a volun-
teer board of directors
from the local community.
AMIkids West Florida is a
not-for-profit residential
program for teenage boys
that have been committed
to the Florida Department
of Juvenile Justice and
is an affiliate of AMIkids.
For more information or
employment opportuni-
ties, go to www.wfwi.org
or call Ron Boyce at 850-
548-5524.


Community CALENDAR


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides hot
meals and socialization.
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.: The Vernon
Historical Society Museum
is open to the public every
Wednesday from 10 a.m. till 2
p.m. and meetings are the fourth
Wednesday of the month at 2 p.m.
11 a.m.: Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley)
senior lunches, for reservations
call 638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon: Bonifay Kiwanis Club
weekly meeting, held at Simbo's
Restaurant in Bonifay.
1 p.m: Line dancing,
Washington Council on Aging in
Chipley
7 p.m.: Depression and
Bipolar Stpport Group meets at
First Baptist Church educational
annex building in Bonifay. Call 547-
4397.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at Ponce de
Leon Methodist Church, located on
Main Street in Ponce de Leon.

THURSDAY, APRIL 1
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, donations accepted.
11:30 a.m.: Friends of the
Washington County Library
meeting, held at Chipley Woman's
Club building.
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowship, Chipley.
4 p.m.: Chipley City Council
workshop, held at Chipley City
Hall,
4:30 p.m.: Holmes County
Historical Society meeting, held
at Historical Society building,
located at 4 1: Kansas Ave, in
Bonifay.
6 p.m>. 9 p.m.: GED Prep
classes each i'li-sac \ and
Thn -,i.% at WMshingtonl-Holmes
ih- n1,.il Coente, 7T~T H1oyt St, in

f p.mi.; I Otl's tUing, held at
Mt, i ih\ Blaptist ii i4. located
th'r e ii.-. i-'th of utlo l.li Qon


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ptit, Poiet de Lvito r(
8 uncil i 'in c i1]i
8 p i-.. Nar'tices \inn'n mou,
'ih ,iii." hded at. lilessed L ih.
S.4ituh'lII &'hturh in l'iii.


LIBRARY HOURS
Holmes County Library
Tuesday-Friday 8 a.m. to
5 p m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. to noon
Washington County
Library
Monday-Thursday: 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m.
Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 1
p.m.
Vernon Library
Tuesday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Wednesday and Friday:
1-6 p.m.
Wausau Library
Tuesday and Thursday:
1-6 p m.


8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held at New Hope
Volunteer Fire Station, located on
Hwy. 2 in Holmes County.

FRIDAY, APRIL 2
10 a.m. to noon: Homes Council
on Aging provides bingo, exercise,
games, activities, hot meals and
socialization.
10:30 to 11 a.m.: Wausau
Library preschool storytime.
11 a.m.: Washington Council on
Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
7 p.m.: Slocomb VFW dance
until.10 p.m. Music by the Country
Boys. Admission $5; Children 12
and under free with parents. No
smoking or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways. Refreshments
available.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.

SATURDAY, APRIL 3
7 to 10 p.m.: Geneva Senior
Citizens Dance at Geneva
Comnnunih) Center, North Iris
St., every Saturday for those 21
and older, country music by the
Flat County Band. Admission is $4,
50-50 give-away, refreshments, no
smuikin, or alcohol.
1 p.m. to 10 p.m.: Slocomb VFW
dance. Music by the Cotmtry Boys.
Admission $5; children 12 and under
fvt'e Ni i parents. No smoking
or alcohol, Door prizes and 50 50
:.i\ '.m .>\ f k'e'shments available.
8 p,n.: Alcoholics \non i1mous
t ein(. held at l;onit.i Methodist
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SUNDAY, APRIL 4
EASTER SUNDAY
1 p.m.: Abate of Florida, a
Motorcyclist Rights Organization!,
meets at 2229 Bonifay-Gritney
Road. For information call 850-548-
5187.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held in the board room at
Graceville-Campbellton Hospital
Boardroom, Graceville.

MONDAY, APRIL 5
10 a.m. to noon: Holmes
Council on Aging provides bingo,
exercise, games, activities, hot
meals and socialization.
11 a.m.: Washington Council on
Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
6 p.m to 7:30 p.m.:Salvation
Army Domestic Violence and
Rape Crisis Program (SADVP)
will be hosting a domestic violence
support group each Monday. The
meeting will be held at the SADVP
Rural Outreach office at 1461 S.
Railroad Avenue, apartment one, in
Chipley. Call Emma or Jess at 415-
"5999.
7 p.m.: Esther Masonic Lodge
No. 144, Bonifay.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church, located on
Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.

TUESDAY, APRIL 6
9 a.m.: Holmes County
School Board, District Office,
Pennsylvania Ave. in Bonifay.
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, donations accepted.
Noon: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowship, Chipley.
5:30 p.m.: Chipley Downtown
Merchants Association, 827 Main
Street
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.: GED Prep
classes each li\-sda. and Thursday
at WV; Cenl t. 757 Hoyt St. in 'lupley.
7 p.m.: Westville City Council
meeting,
7 p.m.: Esto Town Council
meeting.
8 p.m.: Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at First
Presbyterian Church. hiple'
S p.m.: Narcotics Anonymous
meetini-. held at Blessed Trinity
Cathalie Church in Bonifat


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persons in possession, All Parcels 50.00 FEET; THENCE S FEET;. THENCE N 2; THENCE CONTINUING 07038'26" E FOR A DISTANCE OF 121.36 RARY CONSTRUCTION
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1120- Public Notices/ above-named defendants, FEET; THENCE S FEET; THENCE N HEREINAFTER RE- 07"38'26" W FOR A 68.65 FEET; THENCE N THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
Announcements or otherwise claiming any EXHIBIT "A' 7837'11" E FOR A 3602'31" E FOR A FERRED TO AS REFER- DISTANCE OF 50.00 75017'37" W FOR A PERMANENT EASEMENT,
1125- Carpools & right, title, or interest in the LEGAL DESCRIPTION DISTANCE OF 167.64 DISTANCE .OF 55.02 ENCE POINT B FOR THE FEET; THENCE S DISTANCE OF 200.00 WHICH LIES N 75031'37"
Rideshare real property described in FL-WASH-020 FEET; THENCE N FEET; THENCE S PURPOSE OF DESCRIB- 8221'34" E FOR A FEET; THENCE S W FOR A DISTANCE OF
1130- Adoptions this action. PERMANENT EASEMENT 1122'49" E- FOR A 7837'11" E FOR A ING TEMPORARY CON- DISTANCE OF 135.04 1442'23" W FOR A 227.75 FEET FROM THE
1140 Happy Ads NOTICE IS HEREBY A BASELINE DESCRIP- DISTANCE OF 25.00, DISTANCE OF 150.00 STRUCTION EASEMENT FEET; THENCE N DISTANCE OF 75.00 FEET INTERSECTION OF THE
1160- Lost GIVEN TO THE DEFEND- TION OF A PERMANENT FEET; THENCE S FEET; THENCE S 3; THENCE CONTINUING 0738'26" E FOR A TO THE NORTH LINE OF GRANTOR'S EAST PROP-
1170 Found ANTS NAMED IN THE AT- EASEMENT FIFTY (50) 7837'11" E FOR A 11*22'49" W FOR A S 7811'50" E FOR A DIS- DISTANCE OF 50.00 THE ABOVE DESCRIBED ERTY LINE AND THE
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TO ALL WHOM IT MAY FEET NORTH OF SAID FEET; THENCE N FEET; THENCE S THENCE S 7517'37" E 82o21'34" E FOR A CONTAINS 58,794 SCRIBED PERMANENT
CONCERN, INCLUDING BASELINE, SITUATED IN 1122'49" E FOR A 7837'11" E FOR A FOR A DISTANCE OF DISTANCE OF 300.00 SQUARE FEET OR 1.35 EASEMENT; THENCE S
1100 ALL PARTIES CLAIMING SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP DISTANCE OF 50.00 DISTANCE OF 146.24 100.02 FEET TO A POINT FEET; THENCE S ACRES, MORE OR LESS. 1436'06" W FOR A DIS-
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BIDS AGAINST THE NAMED COUNTY, FLORIDA, POR- DISTANCE OF 147.12 DISTANCE OF 50.00 ENCE POINT C FOR THE FEET; THENCE S STRUCTION EASEMENT 3 FOR A DISTANCE OF
DEFENDANTS; AND TO TIONS OF WHICH BEING FEET; THENCE S FEET; THENCE S PURPOSE OF DESCRIB- 8221'34" E FOR A A TEMPORARY 395.29 FEET; THENCE N
WASHINGTON COUNTY ALL HAVING OR CLAIM- ON, OVER AND ACROSS 11022'49" W FOR A 7837'11" E FOR A ING TEMPORARY CON- DISTANCE OF 72.80 CONSTRUCTION EASE- 7517'37" W FOR A
PARKS AND BOAT ING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT, THAT CERTAIN TRACT OF DISTANCE OF 50.00 DISTANCE OF 150.00 STRUCTION EASEMENT FEET; THENCE S MENT BOUNDED ON THE DISTANCE .OF 200.00
RAMPS FEMA RECOVERY TITLE, OR INTEREST IN LAND DESCRIBED BY FEET; THENCE S FEET; THENCE S 4; THENCE CONTINUING 2424'55" E FOR A NORTH BY THE SOUTH FEET; THENCE N
THE PROPERTY DE- QUIT CLAM DEED TO RE- 7837'11" E FOR A 0717'01" E FOR A S 7517'37" E FOR A DIS- DISTANCE OF 29.50 LINE OF THE ABOVE DE- 1442'23" E. FOR A
Separate sealed BIDS for SCRIBED IN the Petition, CORDED. IN OFFICIAL DISTANCE OF 45.53 DISTANCE OF 52.78 TANCE OF.1167.00 FEET; FEET; THENCE S SCRIBED PERMANENT DISTANCE OF 68.94 FEET
WASHINGTON COUNTY that Petitioner has filed a RECORDS BOOK 237, FEET; THENCE S FEET; THENCE S THENCE S 69"06'54" E 8221'34" E FOR A EASEMENT. THE SOUTH TO THE SOUTH LINE OF
PARKS AND BOAT Petition in Eminent Domain PAGE 2138 AND CON- 11'22'49" W FOR A 7837'11" E FOR A FOR A DISTANCE OF DISTANCE OF 1183.02 LINE OF THE TEMPO- THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
RAMPS FEMA RECOVERY and Declaration of Taking VEYED TO THE ESTATE DISTANCE OF 25.00 DISTANCE OF 45.21 FEET 176.01 FEET; THENCE S FEET; THENCE S RARY CONSTRUCTION PERMANENT EASEMENT.
will be received by the to acquire certain property OF LOTTIE SAPP IN PRO- FEET; THENCE S TO THE GRANTOR'S 7513'37" E FOR A DIS- 78011'50" E FOR A EASEMENT BEING MORE CONTAINS 31,868
Washington County Board interests in Washington BATE CASE # 78*37'11" E FOR A EAST 'PROPERTY LINE; TANCE OF 617.29 FEET DISTANCE OF 322.64 PARTICULARLY DE- SQUARE FEET OR 0.73
of County Commissioners County, Florida as de- 67-02-CP-62, BOTH IN DISTANCE OF 218.59 THENCE ALONG THE TO THE POINT OF TERMI- FEET; THENCE N SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
at the Washington County scribed in the Petition. THE PUBLIC RECORDS FEET; ", THENCE N GRANTOR'S EAST PROP- NUS ON THE GRANTOR'S 1442'23" E FOR A BEGINNING AT A POINT TOGETHER WITH:
Administrative Office until Each Defendant and any OF WASHINGTON 36002'31" E FOR A ERTY LINE, S 0104'53" W EAST PROPERTY LINE DISTANCE OF 58.81 ON THE SOUTH LINE OF TEMPORARY CON-
11:30 pm (CST) on other person claiming any COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND DISTANCE OF 27.51 FOR A DISTANCE OF AND THE EAST LINE OF FEET; THENCE S THE ABOVE DESCRIBED STRUCTION EASEMENT 6
Wednesday, April, 21si interest in, or having a lien BEING MORE PARTICU- FEET; THENCE S 50.82 FEET TO ITS INTER- SAID SECTION 23, SAID 75017'37" E' FOR A 'PERMANENT EASEMENT A FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE
The bid will be awarded at upon, such property is re- LARLY DESCRIBED AS 7837'11" E FOR A SECTION WITH THE POINT BEING N 01*56'48" DISTANCE OF 200.00 WHICH LIES PERPENDIC- T E M P 0 R A R Y
the next scheduled Wash- quired to serve a copy of FOLLOWS: COMMENC- DISTANCE OF 55.02 NORTH LINE OF THE E FOR A DISTANCE OF FEET; THENCE S ULAR TO THE BASELINE CONSTRUCTION EASE-
ington County Commis- written answer and de- ING AT A 4" X 4" CON- FEET; THENCE N ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- 3977.64 FEET TO A 3" X 14*42'23" W FOR A OF SAID PERMANENT MENT ADJOINING AND
sion Meeting. There will be fenses to the Petition upon CREATE MONUMENT (NO 3602'31" E FOR A MANENT EASEMENT. 3" CONCRETE MONU- DISTANCE OF 75.00 FEET EASEMENT AND SOUTH PARALLEL WITH THE
a MANDATORY PRE-BID KRISTIN M. TOLBERT, of IDENTIFICATION) FOUND DISTANCE OF 55.02 CONTAINS 82,587 MENT (NO IDENTIFICA- TO THE NORTH' LINE OF OF THE AFOREMEN- SOUTHWEST LINE OF
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April 14th at 12:00 pm Smolker & Bolves, PA., CORNER OF SAID SEC- 7837'11" E FOR A ACRES, MORE OR LESS. NORTHEAST CORNER OF PERMANENT EASEMENT. POINT' B; THENCE S PERMANENT EASEMENT,
(CST) at the Washington 500 East Kennedy Boule- TION 13; THENCE ALONG DISTANCE OF 150.00 TOGETHER WITH: SAID SECTION 23. CONTAINS 173,410 1442'23" W FOR A DIS- BEGINNING AT A POINT
County Administrative Of- vard, Suite 200, Tampa, FL THE NORTH LINE OF FEET; THENCE S TEMPORARY CON- TOTAL LENGTH OF THE SQUARE FEET OR 3.98 TANCE OF 66.09 FEET; ON THE SOUTH LINE OF
fice. 33602, attorney for Peti- SAID SECTION 13, S 1122'49" W FOR A STRUCTION EASEMENT 3 ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- ACRES, MORE OR LESS. THENCE S'7517'37" E THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
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MENTS include all perti- nal of the answer and de- BEARINGS) FOR A DIS- FEET; THENCE S CONSTRUCTION EASE- 5,367.93 FEET OR 325.33 TEMPORARY CON- 200.00 FEET; THENCE N WHICH LIES S 82'21'34" E
dhrit attachments neces- fenses with the Clerk of TANCE OF 1306.01 FEET 78"37'11" E FOR A MENT BOUNDED ON THE RODS AND CONTAINS STRUCTION EASEMENT 2 1442'23" E FOR A FOR A DISTANCE OF
sary in order for bidders to this Court, on or before TO THE CALCULATED LO- DISTANCE OF 146.24 EAST BY THE 268,678 SQUARE FEET A TEMPORARY DISTANCE OF 75.00 FEET 1236.91 FEET FROM THE
properly respond. The 'April 13, 2010, showing CATION OF THE FEET; THENCE N GRANTOR'S. PROPERTY OR 6.17 ACRES, MORE CONSTRUCTION EASE- TO THE SOUTH LINE OF INTERSECTION OF THE
documents may be exam- what right, title, interest, or GRANTOR'S NORTH- 1122'49" E FOR A LINE AND BOUNDED ON OR LESS. THE SIDE MENT BOUNDED ON THE THE ABOVE DESCRIBED GRANTOR'S WEST PROP-
ined at the following loca- lien the defendant has in WEST PROPERTY COR- DISTANCE OF 50.00 THE NORTH BY THE LINES OF SAID FIFTY (50) EAST BY THE PERMANENT EASEMENT. ERTY LINE AND THE
tions: or to the property de- NER AND THE NORTH- FEET; THENCE S SOUTH LINE OF THE FOOT WIDE PERMANENT GRANTOR'S PROPERTY CONTAINS 14,218 SOUTH LINE OF THE DE-
Washington County Ad- scribed in the Petition and WEST CORNER OF THE 7837'11" E FOR A ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- EASEMENT ARE TO BE LINE AND BOUNDED ON SQUARE FEET OR 0.33 SCRIBED PERMANENT
ministrative Office, 1331 to show cause why that EAST HALF OF THE DISTANCE OF 150.00 MANENT EASEMENT. EXTENDED OR SHORT- THE SOUTH BY THE ACRES, MORE OR LESS. EASEMENT AND EXTEND-
South Blvd., Chipidy, PL property should not be WEST HALF OF SAID FEET; THENCE S THE TEMPORARY CON- ENED TO TERMINATE AT NORTH LINE OF THE TOGETHER WITH: ING EASTERLY FOR A
32428. taken for the uses and pur- SECTION 13; THENCE 0717'01" E FOR A STRUCTION EASEMENT THE GRANTOR'S PROP- ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- TEMPORARY CON- DISTANCE OF. 300.00
Copies of the CONTRACT poses set forth in the Peti- ALONG THE GRANTOR'S DISTANCE .OF 52.78 BEING MORE PARTICU- ERTY LINES. SUBJECT MANENT EASEMENT. STRUCTION EASEMENT 4 FEET. CONTAINS 15,000
DOCUMENTS may be ob- tion. If any Defendant fails WEST PROPERTY LINE FEET; THENCE S LARLY DESCRIBED AS TO EASEMENTS, RE- THE NORTH LINE OF THE A FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE SQUARE FEET OR 0.34
trained at the following lo- to do so, a default will be AND THE WEST LINE OF 7837'11" E' FOR A FOLLOWS: BEGINNING STRICTIONS, RESERVA- TEMPORARY CON- T E M P 0 R A R Y ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
cation upon payment of entered -against that De- SAID HALF-HALF SEC- DISTANCE OF 45.21 FEET AT THE INTERSECTION TIONS AND RIGHTS OF STRUCTION EASEMENT CONSTRUCTION EASE- TOGETHER WITH:
$75 for 'each set. fendant for the relief de- TION, S 0110'23" W FOR TO THE GRANTOR'S OF THE GRANTOR'S WAY OF RECORD. TO- BEING MORE PARTICU- MENT ADJOINING AND TEMPORARY ACCESS
(Non-refundable). Please mandedin the Petition. A DISTANCE OF 2961.72 EAST PROPERTY LINE; EAST PROPERTY LINE GETHERWITH: LARLY DESCRIBED AS PARALLEL WITH THE EASEMENT 1 A CEN-
make checks payable to PLEASE TAKE FURTHER FEET TO THE POINT OF THENCE ALONG THE AND THE SOUTH LINE OF TEMPORARY CON- FOLLOWS: BEGINNING SOUTHWEST LINE OF TERLINE DESCRIPTION
Preble-Rish, Inc. NOTICE that a Declaration BEGINNING OF THE GRANTOR'S EAST PROP- THE ABOVE DESCRIBED STRUCTION EASEMENT 1 AT THE INTERSECTION THE ABOVE DESCRIBED OF A TEMPORARY AC-
Washington County Ad- of Taking has been filed in HEREIN DESCRIBED PER- ERTY LINE, S 01 04'53" W PERMANENT EASEMENT; A TEMPORARY OF THE GRANTOR'S PERMANENT EASEMENT CESS EASEMENT THIRTY
ministrative Office, 1331 this cause and that Peti- MANENT EASEMENT; FOR A DISTANCE OF THENCE ALONG THE CONSTRUCTION EASE- EAST PROPERTY LINE BEGINNING AT A POINT (30) FEET IN WIDTH, AND
South Blvd., Chipley. FL tioner will apply for an Or- THENCE S 7837'11" E 50.82 FEET TO ITS INTER- GRANTOR'S EAST PROP- MENT BOUNDED ON THE- AND THE NORTH LINE OF ON THE SOUTH LINE OF BEING MORE PARTICU-
32428. der of Taking vesting title FOR A DISTANCE OF SECTION WITH THE ERTY LINE, S 0104'53" W WEST BY THE THE ABOVE DESCRIBED THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LARLY DESCRIBED AS
The Board reserves the and possession to the 1323.41 FEET; THENCE S NORTH LINE OF THE FOR A DISTANCE OF GRANTOR'S PROPERTY PERMANENT EASEMENT; PERMANENT EASEMENT FOLLOWS: BEGINNING
right to waive informalities property as described in 33"34'55" E FOR A DIS- ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- 141.53 FEET; THENCE N LINE AND BOUNDED ON THENCE ALONG THE WHICH LIES PERPENDIC- AT THE. AFOREMEN-
in any bid, to accept the Petition in the name of TANCE OF 15.18 FEET TO MANENT EASEMENT. 78037'24" W FOR A DIS- THE SOUTH BY THE GRANTOR'S EAST PROP- ULAR TO THE BASELINE TIONED REFERENCE
and/or reject any or all Petitioner, and any other THE POINT OF TERMI- CONTAINS 82,587 TANCE OF 103.75 FEET; NORTH LINE OF THE ERTY LINE, N 0156'48" E OF SAID PERMANENT POINT A; THENCE N
bids on the whole or In order the Court deems NUS ON THE GRANTOR'S SQUARE FEET OR 1.90 THENCE N 1120'50" E ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- FOR A DISTANCE OF EASEMENT AND SOUTH 32038'52" E FOR A DIS-
part with just cause,'and to proper before the Honora- EAST PROPERTY LINE ACRES, MORE OR LESS. FOR A DISTANCE OF MANENT EASEMENT. 51.28 FEET; THENCE N OF THE AFOREMEN- TANCE OF 180.15 FEET;
accept the bid that in their ble Allen L. Register, Cir- AND THE EAST LINE OF TOGETHER WITH: 150.00 FEET TO THE THE NORTH LINE OF THE 7513'37" W FOR A DIS- TIONED REFERENCE THENCE N 3914'28" E
judgment will be in the cuit Judge, on Wednes- SAID HALF-HALF SEC- TEMPORARY CON- SOUTH LINE OF THE TEMPORARY CON- TANCE OF 31.32 FEET; POINT C AND EXTEND- FOR A DISTANCE OF
best interest of Washing- day, April 14, 2010, at 9:30 TION, SAID POINT BEING STRUCTION EASEMENT 1 ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- STRUCTION EASEMENT THENCE N 0006'51" W ING SOUTHEASTERLY 78.53 FEET; THENCE N
ton County. A.M. (CENTRAL TIME), at S 0104'53" W FOR A DIS- A TEMPORARY MANENT EASEMENT. BEING MORE PARTICU- FOR A DISTANCE OF FOR A DISTANCE OF 4619'52" E FOR A
As published in the the Washington County TANCE OF 2089.53 FEET; CONSTRUCTION EASE- CONTAINS 13,478 LARLY DESCRIBED AS 51.74 FEET; THENCE N 100.00 FEET. CONTAINS DISTANCE OF 28.86 -
Washington County News Courthouse, 1293 Jackson THENCE S 8847'28" E MENT BOUNDED ON THE SQUARE FEET OR 0.31 FOLLOWS: BEGINNING 75*13'37" W FOR A 5,000 SQUARE FEET OR FEET; THENCE N
March 31, April 7, 2010. Avenue, Chipley, Florida FOR A DISTANCE OF WEST AND EAST BY THE ACRES, MORE OR LESS. AT THE INTERSECTION DISTANCE OF 281.64 0.12 ACRES, MORE OR 6829'45" E FOR A
32428. Any Defendant fail- 2628.94 FEET TO A CON- GRANTOR'S PROPERTY ALL SUBJECT TO EASE- OF THE GRANTOR'S FEET; THENCE S LESS. TOGETHER WITH: DISTANCE OF 41.39
IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- Ing to file a request for CREATE MONUMENT WITH LINES AND BOUNDED ON MENTS, RESTRICTIONS, WEST PROPERTY LINE 5501'46" W FOR A TEMPORARY CON- FEET; THENCE N
DICIAL CIRCUIT COURT hearing shall waive any 3/8" REBAR AND "X" CUT THE SOUTH BY THE RESERVATIONS AND AND THE NORTH LINE OF DISTANCE OF 65.52 STRUCTION EASEMENT 5 6752'23" E FOR A
IN AND FOR WASHING- right to object to the Order (NO IDENTIFICATION) NORTH LINE OF THE RIGHTS OF WAY OF REC- THE ABOVE DESCRIBED FEET; THENCE N A TEMPORARY DISTANCE OF 110.60
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA of Taking. FOUND FOR THE SOUTH- ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- ORD. PERMANENT EASEMENT; 75013'37" W FOR A CONSTRUCTION EASE- FEET; THENCE N
CASE NO.67-10-CA-161 Dated this 12 day of EAST CORNER OF SAID MANENT EASEMENT. FL-WASH-037 THENCE ALONG THE DISTANCE OF 67.19 MENT BOUNDED ON THE 62024'55" E FOR A
CIVIL DIVISION March, 2010. SECTION 13. TOTAL THE NORTH LINE OF THE PERMANENT EASEMENT GRANTOR'S WEST PROP- FEET; THENCE S NORTH BY THE SOUTH DISTANCE OF 122.45
PARCEL(S): FL-WASH-020 LINDA HAYES COOK, LENGTH OF THE ABOVE TEMPORARY CON- A BASELINE DESCRIP- ERTY LINE, N 01"39'41"E 7301'59" W FOR A LINE OF THE ABOVE DE- FEET; THENCE N
FL-WASH-037 Clerk of the Circuit Court DESCRIBED PERMANENT STRUCTION EASEMENT TION OF A PERMANENT FOR A DISTANCE OF DISTANCE, OF 47.52 SCRIBED PERMANENT 4846'14" E FOR A
FL-WASH-243 By: K. McDaniel EASEMENT IS 1,338.59 BEING MORE PARTICU- EASEMENT FIFTY (50) 50.27 FEET; THENCE S
FLORIDA GAS Deputy Clerk FEET OR 81.13 RODS LARLY DESCRIBED AS FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 25 82'21'34" E FOR A DIS-
TRANSMISSION COM- AMERICANS WITH DISA- AND CONTAINS 66,654 FOLLOWS: BEGINNING FEET EACH SIDE OF SAID TANCE OF 48.21 FEET; I;
PANY. LLC, a Delaware ABILITIES ACT ASSIS- SQUARE FEET OR 1.53 AT THE INTERSECTION BASELINE, SITUATED IN THENCE N 0738'26" E
limited liability company, TANCE: PERSONS WITH ACRES, MORE OR LESS. OF THE GRANTOR'S SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP FOR A DISTANCE OF
?etitioner, A DISABILITY NEEDING THE SIDE LINES OF SAID WEST PROPERTY LINE 3 NORTH, RANGE 15 50.00 FEET; THENCE S
V. SPECIAL ACCOMMODA- FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE AND THE NORTH LINE OF WEST WASHINGTON 8221'34" E FOR A
ESTATE OF LOTTIE SAPR TION IN ORDER TO AC- PERMANENT EASEMENT THE ABOVE DESCRIBED COUNTY, FLORIDA, BE- DISTANCE OF 150.00
t al,, CESS COURT FACILITIES ARE TO BE EXTENDED PERMANENT EASEMENT; ING ON, OVER AND FEET; THENCE S
Defendants. OR PARTICIPATE IN A OR SHORTENED TO TER- THENCE ALONG THE ACROSS THAT CERTAIN 0738'26" W FOR A 9& T EC i 'Y D
COURT PROCEEDING AT MINATE AT THE GRANTOR'S WEST PROP- TRACT OF LAND DE- DISTANCE OF 50.00
SUMMONS TO SHOW ANY COURTHOUSE OR GRANTOR'S PROPERTY ERTY LINE, N 01"10'23" E SCRIBED BY SPECIAL FEET; THENCE S .- -
CAUSE, NOTICE OF EMI COURT PROGRAM, LINES, SUBJECT TO FOR A DISTANCE OF WARRANTY DEED TO 8221'34" E FOR A -
NENT DOMAIN PRO SHOULD WITHIN TWO (2) EASEMENTS, RESTRIC- 101.61 FEET; THENCE S PLUM CREEK TIMBER DISTANCE OF 43.41
CEEDINGS AND NOTICE DAYS OF RECEIPT OF TONS, RESERVATIONS 78'3711" E FOR A DIS- OPERATIONS I, L.L.C. RE- FEET: THENCE S
OF HEARING NOTICE, CONTACT AND RIGHTS OF WAY OF TANCE OF 54.37 FEET; CORDED IN OFFICIAL 0738'26" W FOR A
WASHINGTON COUNTY RECORD. TOGETHER THENCE S 11 "22'49" W RECORDS BOOK 590. DISTANCE OF 25.00 :
IN THE NAME OF AND BY COURTS, COURT AD WITH; FOR A DISTANCE OF PAGE 532 IN THE PUBLIC FEET; THENCE S
THE AUTHORITY OF THE MINISTRATION, RO, BOX TEMPORARY CON- 50,00 FEET; THENCE S RECORDS OF WASHING- 82"21 34" E FOR A C&C Bookkeeping and WIll sit with the Elderly in SOD & SEED on the farm,
STATE OF FLORIDA: 826, MARIANNA, FLORIDA STRUCTION EASEMENT 1 78"3711" E FOR A TON COUNTY FLORIDA. DISTANCE OF 149.72 Tax Service. Open 5 days their home. Companion- delivered or installed. Can-
TO ALL THE SHERIFFS 32447, 850-.718-0026. IF A TEMPORARY DISTANCE OF 58.45 AND BEING MORE PAR- FEET; THENCE N a week. 8am to 5pm. Call ship, run errands, house- tipede St. Augustine Ber-
OF THE STATE AND TO YOU ARE HEARING OR CONSTRUCTION EASE- FEET; THENCE S TICULARLY DESCRIBED 0738'26" E FOR A (850)638-1483 keeping, etc. Reasonable muda. West Florida Turf
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL MENT BOUNDED ON THE 00 05'26' W FOR A AS FOLLOWS: COM- DISTANCE OF 25.00 _________rates. Call 850-849-2535. (850) 415-0385: 638-4860,
CERN: 800 55C8771 WEST AND EAST BY THE DISTANCE OF 25.49 MENCING AT A 3" X 3" FEET; THENCE S __________ Established 1980
YOU ARE COMMANDED RARTY'ULIST GRANTOR'S PROPERTY FEET; THENCE S CONCRETE MONUMENT 82 21'34" E FOR A l
to c,\B Ne tiumnii is and Parcel FLWASH4'20 LINES AND BOUNDED ON 78'37'1 1" E FOR A (NO IDENTIFICATION) DISTANCE OF 4.396
a copy of lhe Ptloen in Estate at Lottie Sapp, da THE SOUTH BY THE DISTANCE OF 167.64 FOUND FOR THE FEET: THENCE N j jj
miiwnt Doiirar the Do Patnaa Sapp Dufresne. as NORTH LiNE OF THE FEET; THENCE N GRANTOR'S SOUTHWEST 07"382'6i" E FOR A GLORIA'S BEAUTY SHOP
IIratir f Taking. the No- Persona Repr seintait, ABOVE DESCRIBED PER 1i122'49" E FOR A PROPERTY CORNER AND DISTANCE OF 5000 March & Apri Can You Dig It? Heavy For Rent st n Chipley,
trac ,lUs Pidroi, aniir, thr 154t 3Sth TE C106,, MANENT EASEMENT. DISTANCE OF 25.00 THE SOUTHWEST COR FEET, THENCE S We! si.eals, E.u,, ... School Mini Warehouses Ii you
Prfrori's M .n bt Or- Tuik,.wi ,WA 91S65038 THE NORTH UNE OF THE FEET: THENCE S NER OF SAID SECTION 821'a3-"4 E FORF A $10 ott peii,, .. program don't ave the roo-i ",t'
dJ Umii'in, So'wi, a0 Marve S-op Agner ','o TEMPORARY CON- 78"37'11i E FOR A 23 THENCE ALONG THE IS ,,NCE OF r -9; :. r 50,ior Backlhoes, Bldozers. don" himare t roon. "sen
Pa ,s, iir I: ,lil i Joehnii- ,Th, P Eare l Esq. STRUCTION EASEMENT DISTANCE OF 46.54 GRANTOR'S WEST PROP FEET THENCE S rthtdis i Trc-khes Lo ia iob ," m rTo? n so e o
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DISTANCE OF 56.18 DISTANCE OF 425.99 GAL DESCRIPTIONS) TION OF THE GRANTOR'S FOR A DISTANCE OF PUBIU NOTICE Public Auction *Over Airlines are hiring, DRIVERSWANTED
FEET; THENCE- N FEET; THENCE N FOR THE ABOVE DE- NORTHEAST PROPERTY 66.40 FEET TO THE PUBC NOTICE 400 Travel Trailers, Mo- Train for high paying I
26*34'29" -E FOR A 49"16'59" E FOR A SCRIBED TEMPORARY CORNER, THENCE S NORTH LINE OF THE THE WASHINGTON bile Homes & Park Aviation Maintenance gI T-CountyCommunity
DISTANCE OF 41.40 "DISTANCE OF 147.64 ACCESS EASEMENT(S) 7414'52" E FOR A DIS- ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- COUNTY VALUE AD- Homes April 10th Gon- Career. FAA approved Council, Inc.
FEET; THENCE N FEET; THENCE N FOLLOW AND ENCOM- TANCE OF 487.93 FEET, MANENT EASEMENT. JUSTMENT BOARD WILL zales, LA. No Minimum p Financial aid is accepting
1814'15" E FOR A 18'21'24" E FOR A PASS THE EXISTING DIRT S 00*47'13" W FOR A CONTAINS 3,321 MEET ON APRIL 8 2010 Price! (225)686-2252 progruaified Housancial applications for the
DISTANCE OF 29.13 DISTANCE OF 280.70 ROADS THEY FOLLOW DISTANCE OF 1234.75 SQUARE FEET OR 0.08 AT 900 AM. AT THE www.hendersonauctibns.c available, CALL Avi- I Holmes County
FEET; THENCE N FEET TO THE POINT OF THROUGH THE FEET TO A 4" X 4" CON- ACRES, MORE OR LESS. WASHINGTON COUNTY om LA ULic 136-09 tion Institute of Mainte- Transportation Program.
04"43'22" E FOR A TERMINUS AT THE CEN- GRANTOR'S PROPERTY. CREATE MONUMENT (NO THE SIDE LINES OF SAID ANNEX BOARD MEETING C.ITYYYI9Y' -0 nance (866)314-3769 Great Benefit Package.
DISTANCE OF 133.18 TERLINE OF HASKINS ALL SUBJECT TO EASE- IDENTIFICATION) FOUND FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE ROOM, 1331 SOUTH I I
FEET; THENCE N ROAD. THE TOTAL MENTS, RESTRICTIONS, FOR- THE SOUTHEAST TEMPORARY CON- BOULEVARD, CHIPLEY Backyard Fun Pools REQUIREMENTS: Must
0420'47" W FOR A LENGTH OF THE ABOVE RESERVATIONS AND CORNER OF SAID SEC- S T R U C T I O N RIDA THE PURPOSE3150Backyard Fun Pools of ageand
DISTANCE OF 122.59 DESCRIBED TEMPORARY RIGHTS OF WAY OF REC- TION 7. TOTAL LENGTH EASEMENT(S) ARE TO BE OF THE MEETING IS TO create generations of Have an Operators
FEET; THENCE N ACCESS EASEMENT IS ORD. OF THE ABOVE DE- EXTENDED OR SHORT- 1 CONFIRM HIRING OF memories everyday, Driver's cense with at
15'07'21" W FOR A 4,869.52 FEET OR 295.12 FL-WASH-243 SCRIBED PERMANENT ENED TO TERMINATE AT VAB ATTORNEY TO COM- vacations never end! least 5 years driving
DISTANCE OF 77.80 RODS AND CONTAINS PERMANENT EASEMENT EASEMENT IS 585.75 THE GRANTOR'S PROP- PLETE VAB PROCESS For Sale: Used tin, 3fixBft Simple DIY pool kits experience without
FEET; THENCE N 142,022 SQUARE FEET A BASELINE DESCRIP- FEET OR 35.5 RODS AND ERTY LINES. ALL SUB- FOR 2009. and longer. Galvanized $5. and pool accessories violations. Must agree
27'40'31" W FOR A OR 3.26 ACRES, MORE TION OF A PERMANENT CONTAINS 25,287 JECT TO EASEMENTS 2 MAKE DECISION ON & $7 sheet 850638-2999 on sale. Visit po annual physical and
DISTANCE OF 84.72 OR LESS. TOTAL ACRE- EASEMENT FIFTY (50) SQUARE FEET OR 0.58 RESTRICTIONS, RESER- SPECIAL MAGISTRATE FamlyPoolFun.com or background screening
FEET; THENCE N AGE MAY EXCLUDE FEET IN WIDTH, LYING 50 ACRES, MORE OR LESS. VATIONS AND RIGHTS RECOMMENDATIONS S I M call (800)950-2210 ." .
31"57'48" W FOR A ACREAGE OVERLAP(S) FEET NORTH AND WEST THE SIDE UNES OF SAID OF WAY OF RECORD. IF YOU ARE A PERSONB- DUTIES: Transport .
DISTANCE OF .132.31 WITH OTHER OF SAID BASEUNE, SITU- FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE As published in the WITH A DISABILITY WHO 3200 Fish for Stocking Ponds. riders to pre-determined
FEET; THENCE N EASEMENT(S) DE- ATED IN SECTION 7, PERMANENT EASEMENT Washington County News NEEDS ANY Firewood for Sale Channel Cat Fish, Blue schedule; Use two-way
15"28'48" W FOR A SCRIBED BY THIS PLAT. TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, ARE TO BE EXTENDED March 24,31,2010 ACCOMMODATION IN Harwood Season/Green, Gill, Shell Cracker, Large I radib. Must be able to I
DISTANCE OF 109.57 TOGETHER WITH: RANGE 12 WEST, WASH- OR SHORTENED TO TER- ORDER TO PARTICIPATE Will Deliver, Call Mouth Bass. Lake Geneva secure wheelchairs'(will I
FEET; THENCE N TEMPORARY ACCESS INGTON COUNTY FLOR- MINATE AT THE INVITATION TO BID IN THIS MEETING, YOU 850-373-6350 or Fisheries. 334-684-6473. train); be a team player
02017'59" E FOR A EASEMENT 2 A CEN- IDA, PORTIONS OF GRANTOR'S PROPERTY ARE ENTITLED, AT NO 850-547-0131 assisting other drivers
DISTANCE OF 180.11 TERLINE DESCRIPTION WHICH BEING ON, OVER LINES. SUBJECT TO The City of Chipley is now COST TO YOU, TO THE I when needed; enjoy. I
FEET; THENCE N OF A TEMPORARY AC- AND ACROSS LOT 6, EASEMENTS, RESTRIC- accepting sealed bids for a PROVISION OF CERTAIN l working with elderly,'
0650'40" W FOR A CESS EASEMENT THIRTY BLOCK 17, BUCKHORN TIONS, RESERVATIONS 1997 14' x 60' Fleetwood ASSISTANCE PLEASE disabled and other
DISTANCE OF 150.85 (30) FEET IN WIDTH, SAID CREEK LIMITED ACRES AND RIGHTS OF WAY OF Mobile Home. This mobile CONTACT DANNE GLAS- 3220 F Se O i riders. 1
FEET; THENCE N CENTERLINE LYING FIF- (PLAT BOOK 3, PAGES RECORD. TOGETHER home was used as office GOW, 1293 JACKSON AV- B&B Furniture 1342 North For Sale, $300 lie new,
0401'08" E FOR A TEEN (15) FEET SOUTH 168 THROUGH 172 IN- WITH: space for the Public Works ENUE CHIPLEY FLOR RR Avenue, Chipley We Gas or electric RV refrig- Applicationsmaybeob-
DISTANCE OF 82.82 OF AND PARALLEL WITH. CLUSIVE) DESCRIBED BY TEMPORARY CON- Department. The City will IDA, 850-638-6233, EX- pay cash for clean, quality erator brand name stained at an of the
FEET; THENCE N THE SOUTH LINE OF THE WARRANTY DEED TO STRUCTION EASEMENT 1 receive bids until 2:00 p.m. TENSION 239 AT LEAST furniture. 850-557-0211 Norcold guaranteed. 20-lb Tri-County Community
1603'11" E FOR A ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- GEORGE SHINABERRY A TEMPORARY. on April 9, 2010. Bids will TWO DAYS BEFORE THE 850415-6866. Ask for propane bottles, $15 Council, Inc., offices
DISTANCE OF 180.02 MANENT EASEMENT AND RECORDED IN OFFICIAL CONSTRUCTION EASE- be opened at 2:10 p.m. on MEETING. IF YOU ARE Pasco or Carolyn each. 850-956-3033 and submitted by
FEET; THENCE N BEING MORE PARTICU- RECORDS BOOK 674, MENT ADJOINING AND April 9,2010. HEARING OR VOICE IM- Monday, April 05at
26051'40" E FOR A LARLY DESCRIBED AS PAGE 294,IN THE PUBLIC PARALLEL WITH THE Bids must be sealed and PAIRED, CALL TDD I 4:00 p.m. .
DISTANCE OF 78.98 FOLLOWS: BEGINNING RECORDS OF WASHING- BASELINE" OF THE in, an envelope marked 1-800-955-8771. : For information call
FEET; THENCE N AT THE AFOREMEN- TON .COUNTY, FLORIDA, ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- "Fleetwood Mobile Home". DATED THIS 31ST DAY 3230 Bridgen Cass.day
40"24'25" E FOR A TIONED REFERENCE AND BEING MORE PAR- MANENT EASEMENT. They may be mailed to the OF MARCH 2010. For Sale: 20ft. heavy duty O.eAsSS.nt
DISTANCE OF 61.17 POINT A; THENCE S TICULARLY DESCRIBED THE SOUTH LINE OF THE City of Chipley, City Hall, DIANNE GLASGOW custom tra S le: 20t. hea d(850)547-689.
FEET; THENCE N 00'46'47"" W FOR A DIS- AS FOLLOWS: COM- TEMPORARY CON- Attention: Pamela VAB RECORDING CLERK cuto brakes S l cn
5751'56" E FOR A TANCE OF 40.29 FEET; MENCING AT A 4" X 4" STRUCTION EASEMENT Whitfield, City Clerk, Post As published in the 2 Family Yard Sale Fri- & diamond plate floors Successful a toanwil
DISTANCE OF 43.42 THENCE S 82021"34" E CONCRETE MONUMENT BEING MORE PARTICU- Office Box 1007, Chipley, Washington County News day, 4/2, Saturday, 4/3, 850-636-2999 p besubjectto
FEET; THENCE N FOR A DISTANCE OF (NO IDENTIFICATION) LARLY DESCRIBED AS Florida 32428, or they may Marh31, 2010 day 4/2 aturday 4/3 082999 pre-eploymendrug
79053'33" E FOR A 1440.16 FEET; THENCE S FOUND FOR THE SOUTH- FOLLOWS: BEGINNING be delivered to the Chipley 1735 Hwy 2, just 3 miles last
DISTANCE OF '46.44 78"11'50" E FOR A DIS- WEST CORNER OF SAID AT THE INTERSECTION City Hall, located at 1442 west of 179A on Hwy 2, FREE 6-Room DISH Only qualified
FEET; THENCE S TANCE OF 491.43 FEET; SECTION 7; THENCE OF THE GRANTOR'S Jackson Avenue,. Chipley, ~ 7a.m. until Network Satellite Sys- I applicants wilt be I
86*46'41" E FOR A THENCE .CONTINUING S ALONG THE WEST LINE WEST PROPERTY LINE Florida. teml FREE HD-DVR! considered.
DISTANCE OF 169.87 75017'37" E FOR A DIS- OF SAID SECTION 7, N AND THE BASELINE OF A minimum bid for the | 1110 $19.99/mo, 120+ Dig- ,
FEET; THENCE N TANCE OF 99.00 FEET TO 0125'36" E (BASIS OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED 1997 Fleetwood Mobile ital Channels (for 1 1 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
8739'18" E FOR A THE POINT OF TERMI- BEARINGS) FOR A DIS- PERMANENT EASEMENT; Home has been estab- LOR LS' - ; year.) Call Now $400 'EMPLOYER'AND.DRUG
DISTANCE OF 209.64 NUS ON THE WEST SIDE TANCE OF 2629.42 FEET THENCE ALONG THE lished at $4,000.00 dollars. I OL iE L d 5Family yard sale; Satur- Signup BONUS AND SMOKEFREE,
FEET; THENCE :S OF THE ABOVE DE- TO THE CALCULATED LO- GRANTOR'S WEST PROP- For more information or'to Gt Your Classified Ad day, April 3rd, 586 5th St. (8)593-7040 WORKPLACE.EE
86030'06" E FOR A SCRIBED TEMPORARY CATION OF THE NORTH- ERTY LINE, S 15"45'08" W see mobile home on-site, Chipley. 7 to 12 lots of (888)593
DISTANCE OF 346.93 CONSTRUCTION EASE- WEST CORNER OF FOR A DISTANCE OF please contact Tod I COLOR!. I items. Cancel if rains! FoodSvc./Hospalty
FEET; THENCE N MENT 4. THE TOTAL BLOCK 14, BUCKHORN 50.00 FEET; THENCE S Barfield or Ernie Toole at Call now for details Must Sell. Power Food vc
844758" E FOR A LENGTH OF THE ABOVE CREEK LIMITED ACRES; 74'16'10" E FOR A DIS- (850) 638-6346 or E-mail and be notitedl wheelchair. Like new. COOks &
DISTANCE OF 51.03. DESCRIBED TEMPORARY THENCE ALONG THE TANCE OF 478.23 FEET publicworks@cityofchip- I 638-0212 I -638-345. oks &
FEET; THENCE 'N ACCESS EASEMENT IS NORTH LINE OF SAID TO THE GRANTOR'Sley.com. I or 1 April 2nd and 3rd, Hwy Wait Staff
70034'03" E FOR A 2,070.99 FEET OR 125.51 BLOCK 14 AND THE EAST PROPERTY LINE; The City reserves the nrgri 7-4 4 52N and Mqple Ave, Ge- Pre-Englneered Steel Experienced ONLY Apply
DISTANCE OF 57.39 RODS AND CONTAINS EASTERLY EXTENSION THENCE ALONG THE to reject any and all bids neva, AL, Five Family Yard Building Sale- Low As at Michelle's Diner in Ver-
FEET; THENCE N 55,356 SQUARE FEET OR THEREOF, S 74014'52" E GRANTOR'S EAST PROP- and waive technacalitiqs in Sale; Farm items, house $3.89/SF 2,000 SF and non Mon Fri 6 am to
50019'48" E FOR A 1.27 ACRES, MORE OR FOR A DISTANCE OF ERTY LINE, N 15"45'08" E awarding the bid. Publishers items colectables an- up. 30 Year Warranty. 2pm. No phone calls!
DISTANCE OF 56.97 LESS. TOTAL ACREAGE 4526.46 FEET TO THE FOR A' DISTANCE OF As published in the Wash- ties new rom drses Church 'Buildings, Gar- Mana ement/Youth
FEET; THENCE N MAY EXCLUDE ACREAGE CALCULATED LOCATION 155.54 FEET TO ITS IN- ington County News Notice tiques,-20 new prom drpliesses' ages,Church uildingWarehouses, Management/Yut
3325'51" E FOR A OVERLAP(S) WITH OF THE GRANTOR'S TERSECTION WITH THE March 24,31,2010. ETC. up Mini-Storage, Barns, AMikisWestFlorid ai
DISTANCE OF 57.12 OTHER EASEMENT(S) NORTHWEST PROPERTY BASELINE. OF THE Multi-Use, Marinas, ate k r
FEET; THENCE. N DESCRIBED BY. THIS CORNER; THENCE ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- NOTICE OFAPPLICATION "SCAM Estate Sale. Antiques, Factory Erection & ra is
17054'54" E FOR A PLAT. I IST THE INTENT" ALONG THE GRANTOR'S MANENT. EASEMENT. FOR WATER USE PERMIT 'SC household furniture, misc Field Service Available dental boys program is
DISTANCE OF 69.62 OF THIS 'DESCRIPTION WEST PROPERTY LINE, S CONTAINS 29188 items, Including home. (800)720-6857. looking for a dynamic
FEET; P THENCE .N THAT THE SIDEULINES OF 1545'08" .W.FOR A DIS- SQUARE FEET OR 0.67 Notice is hereby given that To avoid possible 8-2, Thurs through Sat. LMHC Di sector of Treat-
0403'09" E FOR A SAID THIRTY (30) FOOT TANCEOF 116.55FEET ACRES, MORE OR LESS pursuant to Chapter 373, sca t isre8804, 1098 Orange We beat anybody's pries team providing HOS ser-
DISTANCE OF 204.89 WIDE TEMPORARY AC- TO THE POINT OF BE- TEMPORARY' CON- Florida Statues, the follow- mended that consumers Hill Rd4 0' O
FEET; THENCE N CESS EASEMENT(S) ARE GINNING OF THE HEREIN STRUCTION EASEMENT 2 ing applications) for water should verify caller infor- for clean ups. Pick up vices to 40 youth. Salary
07'04'07" E FOR A TO BE EXTENDED OR DESCRIBED PERMANENT A FIFTY (50) FOOT WIDE use permits) has (have) mation when receiving metal for free, buy out yard range starts at $45,000
DISTANCE OF 106.03 SHORTENED TO TERMI- EASEMENT; THENCE S T E M P 0 R A R Y been received by the calls regarding credit sales & buy any items of w/full w benefits.
FEET; THENCE N NATE AT THE INTERSECT 74-1610" E FOR A DIS- CONSTRUCTION EASE- Northwest Florida Water card payments. Con- W value. 850-547-5292 w w w.wfwi. o r g,
23053'25" E FOR A LINES USED FOR THE TANCE OF 428.16; MENT ADJOINING AND Management District: sumers should also LARGE ABANDONED wfwi-ed@amikids.org.
DISTANCE OF 41.45 BEGINNING AND END OF THENCE N 1540'25" E PARALLEL WITH THE Application number I contact the local corn- GOODS SALE: Like a Flea W 850-548-5524
FEET; THENCE N THE CENTERLINE DE- FOR A DISTANCE OF WEST LINE OF THE 07102 filed03/10/2010 pany themselves 'in- Market, but yard sale rIJ l Transo-rtt
2915'15" E FOR A SCRIPTION,, THOSE 105.61 FEET; THENCE S ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- Florida Gas Transriissiop stead of giving this in- prices. Friday and Satur- 3310 Transportation
DISTANCE OF 32.56 LINES BEING THE '7411'31" E FOR"A DIS- MANENT EASEMENT, BE- Company, c/o Joe Kolb, formation to individuals 'day, April 2nd and, 3rd,
FEET; THENCE N GRANTOR'S PROPERTY TANCE OF 51.99 FEET TO GINNING AT THE INTER- 5444 Westheimer Road, whom are contacting 2010. 8:00AM-5:00PM. Lo- MUSIC LESSONS; Piano, Earn Extra
42"09'03" E FOR A LINES, PUBLIC RIGHTS THE POINT OF TERMI- SECTION OF THE Houston TX 77056-5306 them directly. cated on the bypass Guitar,' Bass, Drums, I Money! I
DISTANCE OF 180.85 OF WAY AND/OR OTHER NUS ON THE.GRANTOR'S GRANTOR'S NORTH Requesting. a maximum M (Maple- Avenue), Geneva, Banjo, Mandolin, Violin, I Deliver he rew AT&T I -
FEET; THENCE N LINES AS CALLED FOR IN EAST PROPERTY LINE, PROPERTY LINE AND withdrawal of 2,500,00,0 AL. Near Courthouse. Flute. Covlngton Music. o Rel Yellow Pgesin *A
49045'28" E FOR A THE ABOVE DESCRIBED SAID POINT BEING N THE WEST LINE OF THE gallons per day from We buy ud. musical in-
DISTANCE OF 258.18 TEMPORARY ACCESS 1545'08" E FOR A DIS- ABOVE DESCRIBED PER- Holmes Creek for Indus- Sem-Annual, 9 milecom- struments Downtown- FTPanamaCitywor eak
FEET; THENCE N EASEMENT(S). IT IS IN- TANCE OF 10.82 FEET TO MANENT EASEMENT AND trial use by a proposed fa- 1| 1120 munity yarddsale S7a turn hipley. 850-638-5050. pa uic
64019'37" E FOR A TENDED THAT THE LE- THE CALCULATED LOCA- EXTENDING S15040"25'W. ci ty. d ertiing at beworks. so w
General withdrawal Advertising that works. 5 miles south of New 118yrs+,have I
locations) in Washington Put your ad In over 100 Hope, Hwy 2 & 8 miles drivers license and
X. ZAP& 7 County: TO3N, R15WSec. Papers throughout north of Westville, FL, on insured vehicle
A 24 Florida for one low Hwy 179A I 181422-1955 Ext 4
l application number I rate Call (866) 8 00A-4 30P Mon-Fn.
,,"103 filed 03/10/2010 742-1373 or visit We-n, i "o0785- I
Slorida Gas Transmison www.florida-classifieds.co .... L.
5444 Westheimer Road, Yard S3ale: Fridy Satur-
Houston, TX 77056-5306 ,. ... ll 1i. 12 1 N.,:nr EMPLOYMENT 4130
~.'- SS S SR9S S m jgR B S requesting a maximum "".i\ Ae 51 T,,:ool :, *7- "" Food Tanker Drivers
. wAthdrawal of 1,40010,000a f. ",-re el : 41300 Help Wanted Needed OTR positions
;'e"YORoallons per day from InformEatioen available NOW. CDL-A
molmes Cree for Indus- w/Tanker REQ'D. Out-
ETHARP& SONS NEW RK ARMONDI byapop Yard Sale; Frmady, 42 Sandin eru Today
TH SNS FINEST Ceneral withdrawal I"S&, IMAL. Saturday, 4/3, 8am-2p.m., 187444 3 2
MINI STORAGE ento is c e ,* ROOFING ation(s)inWashingtonCalmaer -e 84-3042
M1 I STO GE e Whole Family' County:T03N R15W Sec 559 Davis St., Chipley. www.oakleytransport.com
Hwy. 77 S, Chipley, FLR g eg,- Designer Handbaqss 24 1 items, wheel chairs, Professional Insur-
Rn Hair Accessore Application numberite10,awheeJchanfesonal Experi-
(850) 638-8183 y 3 Hairccesorie 714ed 03/10/2010 2130 scooter ft & miscitems dance Agent per-
W,-jeb07104 filed 03/1020 I -Se--Ya- Administrative enced in Medicare Ad-
HW. 177A, Bonifay, FL NL', tic~le b. Mon'-Sat. 9 -a.m.-9'' : S Florida Gas. Transmission For Sale;baby chicks Yard Sale; Saturday, Aprilanta Market T
a I Specializing n alltypesof Company, c/o Joe Kolb, $1.00 each. Laying hens 3rd from 8am to noon at Tri-County Community r conta cs diret
(850) 547-0726 Altype-, or,. paper Call Anytime Residentia Roofing, 5444 Westheimer Road, $12.00 each. Baby ducks 3889 Belmar Place in Council, Inc., is accepting pay, renewals from car-
5X5 $25.68 stainless, .lumnur and A(850)-676-4900 eroofsanda airs Houston, TX 77056-5306 $2.50 each. Call Sunny Hills. Yard tools, applications for a Commu- riers. PAID WEEKLY
S$56 31 brass. ntealum uvaId Aft( 7u Purcha es es Requesting a maximum 850-547-3129 or Cell # tools, book shelves, nity Services Specialist for some leads provided.
, 5i1. l.i ,331 'S* r a.,a'rn E;_ 4 Vi Free Estimates withdrawal of 1,070,000 850-415-2998. dishes,' craft kits,' small the Marianna office. Year-round work Con-
Sll,10 ,I e1 t ,rw..1er n ,, :, .. 6:..:,,.r.,:3.i 3 1 r-arE.peren,'e gallons per day from desk and much more. PRIMARY DUTIES: Assist tact Matt (386)868-771
10,)L"/ 6i,) ..1 '- .r'. 'i.:c..;r,- .".3-, _.., -,,,',r, Holmes Creek for Indus- .' -- low income families in t( 7 1
t H,, ,, 4 2 4 trial use by a proposed fa- need of assistance with .
duDH1N cility 3 0 Services Programs and
,. .',4,0 ...,,.r.... ROOM OPEN ',,,,,, .,' 4" General withdrawal I 3240 S coordinate with other so-
'k'i .:.. ..... ... '* - . .. --?''." -" locations) in Washington cial service agencies. .. .
r a-.*.. .. County: TO3N, R15W, Sec. QUALIFICATIONS: Two
T, .:,,r -, 24 year degree and one year
\dlierIe Il A e eApplication number I AMMO- .380, 9MM, work experience serving
.O. GOO,,t_ r lo ri'd r s 07105 filed 03/10/2010i M ..cHn ISE 40S&W, 45ACP 38/357, the low-income or elderly;
n r Florida Gas Transmission 44, 45LC, 30-30, 35REM, or equivalent combination BUSINESS & FINANCIAL
'' ,1',: Tprir,. r ,Company c/o Joe Kob, 45/70 Modern & Cowboy of education and experi- v e- l i I

Vieth t $ ,' JUNK YARD I 5-6014,Ciichy
S e r. JUNK YARD Requesting a maximum 8007419707 Must have Current driver's MneyoLd
$ 1 .v. with'llwalr'ofr1"8. per 0rominsurance coverage. MustI
m ihrli,, r ,9h ,.:. , .0 '0 USED AUTO PARTS gallons per day from FOR SALE comply with background
W;E W uJunkr. Cae Holmes Creek for, Indus- Gib 7 screening. 5100
S- perieeuminum 1 rial use by a proposed fa- SO 3270 For information call Bridg- ALL Cash Vendingl Do
Fri Alminm0 1 cOyu 1 Refrigerator NEW YORK FINEST tt Cass day, OfficeA5 i-A you ea r $L800in
S .h 638-0212 w., aing & appliances Applications are available chines and Candy
^aSMJijIt r. HI' B,-n,l, .ou'ry: TO3N, R15W, Sec. Compatible, Mon-Sat, 9am-9pm. 1343 at any Tri-County Commu- $9,995. (888)629-9968
ae ington County News ", 547-9414 547-3993 Ierelt persons may ob- Excellent Bckyrd Rd behind Mc- must beCuncil mofficemAt n BO 2000033ot CALL undeS:
Holmes County Times.Advertise, I. I,,.-,-, ,i.. e,'i i,:, or comment upon Condition Donalds. 850-260-6674. 05 @ 4:00 p.m. Successful sold!
i,. *.v .m t __-i; S *_. ... .* . .- .' .. .ee.. *r"e plicatlons or submit 7 applicant will be subject to ,
r h" 'S B;.i. i f ' ..':r ,, 0 ', .* V,,,nen request for a $75 or a pre-employment drug
.\d r-te *. ,:,.p, ,f the staff reports) best offer. 3280 test.
.d\ 'ertise \our 0 1 "':mna'ing proposed .A R C GL EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 5110 -
S. action regarding -7-1170 LARRY CAGLE EMPLOYER AND DRUG Access Lawsuit Cash
Service or business here te application(s) by writ- or if youneedto 'AND SMOKE FREE NowI $ As seen on TV
B:I ,r ,, the Division of Re- "Buy or Sell"' I WORKPLACE Injury Lawsuit Dragg-
i 180 L, i ,lii ,i earte Regulaoion oWathe 850-260-4690 Construction Equip.; I ing? Need
S for only $18.00 | R 1 i r'" est Flrida Water r Dozers, Loaders, Domestic $500-$500,000+, within
a ek ursU rie ii 5LL .l-,',.Pement District, at- I Excavators, Forrestry, 48/hrs? Low rates Ap-
|e Maag,,,.,,e tersn i2 Cell: 85:449-1432 Mature, Reliable, ply Now by Phone! Call
-Or Entail: Icagle@ I dependable & caring. Part Todayl Toil-Free; (800)
8 week minimum Landscape Des~gn, CIontraeclng. ijH. but Florida Foro3130 H cagleemuipm2entlFm time, ni 8v-630-088
rngation ents or requests Auction. 600+ Homes
To place an ad call ainimnance and Managemer. (.,'ru'i be received by 5 Auction: 4/17 Open
SB L BROCK FARMS p:'' .m. on April 14, House: 4/3, 4/10, 4/11
638-0212 BILLY BROCK FARMS 2__1_ REDC, View Full List- ET
BILLY ,o II,', Irther public notice ings Now THE
Centipede & S. Augi~unne Sod provided regarg www.Auction.com RE
547-9414 850)638-1202 i850 326-1500 o a ir,,. inese) applicationss. BrkrCQ1031187 \ JOB DONE!
00' -' a., Funi,:,ti~nof thisnotice Home Auction Over 60
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Full I'prc':eedings and any pub- 80Classifieds to
r tmat and...any repeub renresifiany d o
-Fuly Insuredg Free Estmates aring date Substan- w w w. Auction comF
Tree Removal 1 -, affected rsns re REDC | Lic#. W O RK FO R YO U!
SmallTratarSing Full Towing Service "r,,m trative hearing re- CQ1031187
Chipper Pruning&Trimming AlsoAvailable garding the proposed NEWLOCATIONIIII
Aera Trck' tUrkilA SI agency action by submitt- Michelle & HC's Auction WASHINGTON COUNTY
S'I1 AeIlrCkB I0catW lrk CIASSIC ing a written request ac- 4100 Pate Pond Rd (OLD
s 41491SOUTHBLVD.'CHIPLEYFLcording, to the provisions VFW BLD) Every Satur-
SBus8504151217 491 SOUTHBLVD.CHIPY, FL TO ING of 28-601.201, Florida Ad- day 6p.m. Miscellaneous NEW S
SCell:850.573,1270 O ministrative Code. Notices Auction. Multi-sellers. (850) 638-0212
Cenll:,8,,,,3,, CALL of Proposed Agency Ac- Selection varies. Cash,
SJa0noMoms, Owner '., ,,,,,, ', l,,, UJI (850) 890-4014 tion will be mailed only to Credit/debit card We will HOLMES COUNTY
Jason Moms. )890persons who have filed also do Estate, Liquidation
.'1 .. ., '' such requests, and other miscellaneous TIM ES-ADVERTISER
o nAd Call 6 -2 2 4 As published inthe Wash- auction. Call 850-547-9140 ( 50 547-94 4
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2BR/2BA w/large addition Large 3BR/2BA MH in Home Auction Over 60 Gator Pond off Hwy. 77 Atlantic Ocean Access $1,975/AC Cr eek, hard-
on 2 acres, fenced. 2 Chipley. CH/A, W/D Luxury Condos Little near Sunnyhills in Wash- Land Sale 4/3 Only! woods, planted pine,
storage buildings. Smoke hookup. No pets. $550 Havana, Miami up to ington County; Approxi- just $29,900 w/ FREE great small hunting
S free environment, no pets. mo, $500 dep. Call (850) 2Br/2Ba 874sqft Start- mately 2 acres high and boat slips. (was tract. (478)987-9700 COMPLETE PACKAGES
$575 month plus deposit. 638-0560 or 352-284-2338. ing Bids as low as: drynext to watermanage- $99,900) Beautifully stregispaper.com St. 1 An CquOMPLEa PCKAES FROM
-Water & Sewage included. Wages Pond Greenhead S29K Previously Valued ment area, secluded, wooded parcel w/ pri- Regis Paper Co. a .Cr $1, 0CIa Ca
6100 es 850-258-2086. Area. 3 br 2 b, all app t S323k Auction: April quiet. Price negotiable, vate access to ocean. 8120-portUtityVehicles 995
e11 Aparmmera 3BR/2.1 acre WF parcel, $635 +i 0 )Free Brochure possible owner financing. Minutes to St Simons, New Log Home at the 130 vnTrucks
6120 each Rtmentals Ch3BR/2BA Mobile Hom sec. 850-233-4in636 8 0 0 ) 603 49 Call (850) 896-5755. Sea & Jeckyl islands. Lake & 5 AC $69,900 a- commaercls aAll ed,
6120 Beach Rentals Chipley area. Quit sec. 850-233-4636 w w w. A u c t i o n. c o m Full amenities, 0oi, w/FREE Boat Slips a6es- Motorcycles All Aluminum Boats
6130 -Cndour ownhouse neighborhood. CH/A, all WANTED TO RENT; REDC w Lic#.clubhouse all com- Gorgeous, ready tofin- 170Auto Parts
10- Roommaste Wanted electric, water furnished. RVLot. Full hookup. CQ1031187 Two 8 acres on Bedie Rd eted. Excellent fi- ish 2100 sf log home & 8210- Boats
0160- Roams for Rent No pets. $500 a month. $315/month. Doesn't have Two 9 acres on Bedie Rd. nancing. Must See! beautifully wooded 5 8220- Personal Watercraft
6170-Moble Home/Lot Call638-8570. to be campground. Write Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- Call now (877) acre lake access parcel 8230- Salioats
e1 g-ouTimeshareRentals r - --- - Gerald Stephen, 4866 res on Buddy Rd. One10 888-1406, x1567 w/ free boat slips on Supplies
62001- vacation Rentals BOnifay. Holmes Valley Rd, Vemon, 71S0 acres on Gainer Rd. private, recreational 8245 Boat slips & ocks Bonifa Forida
F..r Re.i 2BR, 375. FL 32462. Owner financing For more lake in Tenn. Quiet, 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
Smon, quiet mooe Developer Slashing info call Milton Peel @ Deep Dockable Water- gated community. Ex- 320 V/ Road Vehicl www.xtremeindustries.com
1 home park Renta los I Prices! 2 Acres 850-638-1858. front! Only $99,900! cellent financing. Call 8340 Motorhomes
6100 available 850-69-3599 $67,430. Close to Boat directly to Atlantic now (888)792-5253,
-O--O aae 8-9e m9JTheme Parks (was Ocean. Adjacent lot x.2457 TNLand/Lakes,
Executive Office Circle J Mobile Home $189,900) Big, beautfjul sold for $309,000, Min- LLC -
Space for rent downtown Park in Chipley, water view homesite in ---n utes to St Simons, Sea I O 1 8
Chipley. All util. incl'd 850-832-2929 921 N 2nd gated community. City 7160 & Jeckyl Islands. Full Call To Place For Sale: 191/2' travel
638-1918 St.; & Graceville 5262 water, sewer, utilities amenities, pool, club- An Ad In Classifieds. For Sale: 19r/l travel
Alabama St. 2&3 /BR units in. Ready to build when For Sale: 5BR/3BA, 32x80 house l91 completed. Washington trailer, self contained,
g for rent, starting @ $345 | EALESTA.EFOSAE you are! Only 1 at this double wide on city lot, Excellent financing. County News queen bed, new AC, fur-
per mo For info call 7100 Homes price. Excellent financ- $75,000. Call Must See! Sale 4/3 (850) 638-0212 For Sale: Black running nace, refrigerator, micro-
850-832-2929 7105- Open House ing. Call now 850-844-0027 or cell # Only. Call now Holmes County boards, LIKE NEW FITS wave, dual axle.
7110 Beach Home/ (866)352-2249, x 2532 850-373-8206 (877)888-1406, x 1571 Times-Advertiser 1999-2004 Tacoma double 850-956-2810, Leave mes-
1 br Apartment in Chipley. Property www.fllanddeal.com (850) 547-9414 cab, $125. 850-638-2999 sage
Good location. No pets.. 7120-Commercial
638-4640 7130 Condo/Townhouse
638-4640. 7140 Farms & Ranches ,ji-
Clean Mobile Home, 7150- Lots and Acreage 8=1-, -sr
R i oo 2BR/1.5BA, W&D, partial 7160 Mobile Hqmes/Los 6L8110 8110 8110 61 10 s o 10
Boniay 2BD/2BA $470 fumished, smoke free envi 7178 Waterfront
B(Studio $300 avaiab$e 0 ronment, no pets. 7180 Investment
Se Application+credit check. Property
May'l) includes city util- 1 $500advance 7190 Out-of-Town
ites & pest control rtd0 advance Real Estate
esPest I rent+deposit. Outside 7200 Timeshare
1. -(850)557-7739- ,Chipley City. Call for ap-
plication. 850-638-1272.
e Avail 4-1-2010. 7-
For Rent 3BR/ 2 BA"U.C
S Doublewide. in Bonifay. 4 BR3 BAHo rgeSaysLet's Dong BusUin 'one During
2/BR Cond at PC"I No Pets, Call cell # in Sunny Hillsy Cl 5 Jorg J.ers
SBeach, 1 block from 850-373-8938 information.
I beach Sw~m,mn~ng I Fin
i0 gas an wep For Rent in ACRES POND
S$5004800. includes AhpenISA BELOW ..
taxes and housekeep'| 2 Bedroom 2 Bath mobile APPRAISAL i,.mogjt 1j
1ing. Two, night min., CallI. home. Section 8 and HOD C 2 r _' Zero uO fl e 27 Vers f '. vke/ el
for rates. 850"249 249 approved. $450 month and Chipley, 2/3 Bedroo, f Games, it s
$300 deposit. 3 miles from Bath Remod e f o _o Wm Ch C ti nl t Rts G a Pa & Service Dep
Bonitay Elementary only45 mins to PC Bea, n..COME 'IHECH IT O'".tf
School. Appraised $150K, -.gr, g ..2--
6140 -(850) 579-8823 $139,900. 314-346-33:.3
or
2BR cabin IBA, no pets (850)866-1467. New Home In Ch plY a0
$400 month, 1st, and last 1.728 Square feet, hE 3o6
month. Deposit required. For Rent. 2BR Mobile 3BR/21/BA, study/h.:.rn.
(850)-326-2412. 8 miles Home, Deposit required. office, garage arr,,
South Bonifay No pets, water & sewage porches. Lots of upgrao4'Au o s ,
provided. Hud approved. Enter into contract by Ap.ril,,C
3BR/1.5BA, in Chipley, for Bonifay. 547-5007. 30th and get $8,000 1"m
rent. Lg lot, fruit trees, Uncle Sam. 850-547 2'$,
smoke free, references r- Mobile Homes n Cot-
quired, 850-260-9230 or- tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- W $1 2_,
547-2091. lea E. of Chipley 3br, 2ba,
& 2br, 2ba, avail. Total i7 1-_
elec. (850)-258-4868 or OPEN HOUSE: fp .
850-209-8847 www.charlos Sunday, March 28th bi-P'9
countryliving.com tween 1-4. 2 brind re,,,
For Rent. 1 or 2 BR homes, 305 & 3,09 -r8
House, CH/A, stove/refrig, Rangeno ddac oss lS
W/o. All utilities furnished, --"4'-- Bonifay Middle School T..EL
No pets. In town. Suitable Mobile Homes in West- tile floors, custom kitrer
for mature people. ville; 2BR, $200. month, For Private showing ,
$501/mo, $300/dep 3BR, $325. month. Also by info before aOpen Hou. -'
326-2920. 1221 Woodrow week or 2 weeks Call. Maureen I.
Ave. 850-548-5541. 850-547-2950
For Rent: 3BR/11/BA 08 ,
.house in Bonifay with gar-
age. 850-547-5330 7100 1 7100

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