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Wednesday, MAY 5,2010 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 87, Number 6 50C

For the latest
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Chipley man
arrested for
aggravated assault
man was arrested
April 26, '
for firing
a round
out of a
at a
group of COREY
people in MASSALINE
a yard,
according to the Chipley
Police Department.
CPD reports that
at 11:55 p.m. Corey
Lamar Massaline, 33,
of 779 Peach Street in
Chipley pulled up to
a residence at 1205
Old Bonifay Road in a
red Nissan and fired a
round out of a handgun.
"All stated they took
flight upon hearing the
shot," according to the
arrest affidavit.
Masseline was
identified by those at the
scene and was arrested
by CPD. He is charged
with five counts of
aggravated assault with
a deadly weapon, a
third-degree felony, and
one count of discharging
a weapon from a
vehicle, a second-degree


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Baker, Mercer to go to trial

Additional pretrial hearings set for July 9, trials to follow

Florida Freedom Newspapers
CHIPLEY Both women accused in
last year's disappearance of 7-month-
old Shannon Dedrick will face trial in
July, a prosecutor said Monday.
Susan Baker and Crystina Mercer
each had pretrial hearings Monday
in Chipley, according to Washington
County court records.

Prosecutor Greg Wilson said the
court set another pretrial hearing for
July 9, the trial will follow soon after.
Baker faces up to 35 years in pris-
on if convicted. She was charged with
child abuse, giving false information
to law enforcement and interfering
with child custody in November, after
a Washington County sheriff's depu-
ty found the baby hidden in a wooden

box under a bed in her home.
Searchers had been looking for the
baby for several days after Mercer re-
ported her missing Halloween night.
Mercer was charged with giving
false information and making a false
911 call, but Wilson has said he isn't
sure if she secretly gave up her baby
as charged, or if Baker kidnapped the





Officials: Next seven days critical to contain oil slick

Florida Freedom Newspapers
PANAMA CITY Oil leaking
from the wreck site of an oil
rig off the Louisiana coast
must be stopped this week
to prevent severe economic
impacts across the Gulf of
Mexico, AAA Auto Club South
spokeswoman Jessica Brady
"It really is a horrible envi-
ronmental disaster going on
right now," Brady said. "Un-
fortunately, right now, (we're)
just sitting, waiting, watch-
Short-term, oil leaking at a
rate of about 215,000 gallons a
day will not affect the U.S. oil
supply, Brady said. This week
is critical, though, for deter-
mining long-term impacts to
the environment and regional
Retail gasoline prices cur-
rently are going up after sev-
eral optimistic reports about
the economic recovery. Those
reports include an increase in
fuel consumption and that the
economy grew 3.2 percent in
the first quarter of this year.
The U.S. won't run out of oil
anytime soon because the
country has an ample stock-
pile and production is not at
full capacity, Brady said.
BP, which is responsible
for the spill, is working on the
problem, company spokesman
Curtis Thomas said. BP plans
to use a dome and funnel sys-
tem to catch leaking oil and
route it to above-water stor-
age. The company is building
three Subsea Oil Recovery
Systems, which are similar to
what was used to repair wells
after Hurricane Katrina. One
See OIL A4

A pelican lands on a piling with a natural gas rig in the background in Mobile Bay in Mobile,
Ala., on Monday, May 3, 2010. Contractors have placed barriers in the waters around the
Alabama coast trying to protect it from pollution from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

Local counties declare state of emergency

Florida Freedom Newspapers
Emerald Coast continues its ex-
cruciating game of wait-and-see,
local officials and agencies con-
tinue to ramp up preparations
for an oil catastrophe.
Okaloosa County joined Santa
Rosa and Walton in declaring a
state of emergency, which the
Okaloosa County Commission
did at a Monday meeting called
to discuss the Deepwater Hori-
zon oil spill.
There, they discussed the

possibility of closing off Destin's
East Pass, something only the
Coast Guard can choose to do
- although commissioners were
leaning against the idea.
Meanwhile in Walton County,
Sheriff Michael Adkinson Jr.
and Walton County Commission
Chairman Scott Brannon spent
Sunday going over possible plans
to close the coastal dune lake
system "until the emergency is
"It's a total team effort on the
local front to minimize and alle-
viate any possible damage in the
event the oil makes it to shore in

Walton County," Barker said.
Officials said local areas are
not expected to begin seeing the
impact in the next several days,
although residents may begin
to notice an odor carried in by
winds if they haven't already.
The Okaloosa commissioners
listened in on the state's daily
EOC teleconference, a briefing
that included Florida counties,
a representative from BP and
state Environmental Protection
Secretary Mike Sole.
"You may be smelling some-


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A2 I Washington County News


Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Abbott is candidate for Commission District 4

Special to the News

CHIPLEY Chipley resident
Todd Abbott has announced his
Republican candidacy for Wash-
ington County Commissioner Dis-
trict 4.
Abbott, a fourth generation
Washington County resident who
traces his family roots in Washing-
ton County to the 1880's, graduat-

ed from the Wash-
ington County
school system in
1981 and married
his high school
sweetheart, Gin-
ger Rudd.
Married for TODD ABBOTT
27 years, Abbott TODD ABBOTT
has two children
(Dustin Abbott and Laci Abbott)

and two grandchildren (Seth Ab-
bott and Kaede Abbott); all live in
Washington County.
Abbott has owned and operat-
ed two businesses in Washington
County for the past 17 years Car-
pet Masters and Interstate Clean-
ing Services.
Todd vows to work with the
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners and the

citizens of Washington County to
satisfy the expressed needs and
interests of all citizens of Wash-
ington County, and hopes to im-
prove the county.
Abbott's expressed campaign
topics include oversight and sup-
port of policies that ensure Wash-
ington County taxpayer money is
spent wisely; the creation of jobs
in Washington County so that

residents do not have to leave the
county in order to earn a living and
support their families; safeguard-
ing the beauty and cleanliness of
Washington County; work toward
paving more roads in Washington
County and ensuring that non-
paved roads are properly main-
tained on a regular and routine
basis; and supporting a balanced
budget for Washington County.

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From Staff Reports
IRVINE, Calif. Free-
dom Communications
has officially emerged
from Chapter 11.
The national privately
owned media company
operating print publica-
tions, broadcast tele-
vision stations and in-
teractive businesses
announced Friday that
its reorganization plan,
which was confirmed
by the U.S. Bankruptcy
Court on March 9, has be-
come effective.
Freedom the parent
company of The Wash-
ington County News, The
Holmes County Times-
Advertiser, the News
Herald in Panama City,
the Northwest Florida
Daily News in Fort Walton
Beach and six additional
weekly newspapers -
successfully completed
its Chapter 11 restructur-
ing in just eight months.
"The achievements of
the past eight months are
a testament to the dili-
gence and hard work of
all involved, on the part
of the company as well as
our major constituents,"
said Burl Osborne, inter-
im president and CEO. "I
want to express my sin-
cere appreciation to all
of Freedom's associates,

merges from Chapter 11

who remained focused on
their jobs during this pro-
cess and whose dedica-
tion ensures the best ser-
vice for our communities.
I also want to thank our
loyal readers, viewers,
customers, advertisers
and suppliers for stand-
ing by us. We look for-
ward to continuing these
relation-ships for many
years to come."
"Today's emergence
from Chapter 11 marks a
new beginning for Free-
dom Communications,"
said James Dun-ning Jr.,
chairman of the board.
"With a deleveraged bal-
ance sheet and liquidity,
this company is perfectly
posi-tioned to pursue
strategic initiatives that
will overcome the chal-
lenges of today's media
environment and allow
Freedom to serve its
communities with even
greater innovation and
"I want especially to
recognize Burl Osborne
for his leadership, which
was incredibly impor-
tant in guiding Freedom
through the challenging
restructuring process,"
Dunning said.
Osborne will continue
as interim president and
CEO while the board
completes its search for

a CEO. At that time, Os-
borne will continue as a
senior adviser and will
remain on the board.
Freedom also an-
nounced today that Mark
McEachen, currently se-
nior vice president and
chief financial officer and
who serves as the compa-
ny's chief restructuring
officer, has been promot-
ed to the position of exec-
utive vice president and
chief operating officer.
As chief operating officer,
McEachen will be directly
responsible for all of the
company's newspaper,
broadcast and interactive
operations. He also will
continue to serve as chief
financial offi-cer.
As previously an-
nounced, the reorganiza-
tion plan, which was sup-
ported by the steering
committee of the com-pa-
ny's secured lenders and
the Official Committee
of Unsecured Creditors,
and approved by an over-
whelming majority of its
voting creditors, elimi-
nates about $450 million
of debt from Freedom's
balance sheet.
The Chapter 11 peti-
tions were filed Sept. 1,
2009, in the U.S. Bank-
ruptcy Court for the
District of Delaware, in





would like to announce the opening of his Chipley office

Prior to opening his Chipley office, Jeff Goodman served as the Assis-
tant General Manager for the Denver Broncos. In this capacity he was
responsible for contract negotiations, salary cap management, short and
long-range planning related to roster management. Prior to working for
the Denver Broncos, Mr. Goodman practiced law at Balch & Bingham,
LLP in Birmingham, Alabama, focusing primarily on commercial and
casualty litigation. Mr. Goodman earned his bachelor's degree from the
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of Jim and Jennie Goodman of Bonifay and grandson of Nancy Belser
and the late Harvie J. Belser of Bonifay.


Members of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce visited local
legislators during the annual Washington County Day in the Legislature,
held April 27 at the Florida Capitol. Pictured, from left are: President Andy
Fleener, Executive Director Ted Everett, board member Nicole Barefield,
District 6 Rep. Jimmy Patronis, District 5 Rep. Brad Drake, Chamber board
members Gary Clark, Kim Wilson, member Jim Town, board member Peggy
Dobbins, and members Bill Dobbins, Bill Gardner and John Wilson.

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Washington County News I A3


Washington County ar-
rests for April 26- May 3:

Oceeanna Adams, 20,
Chipley, resist officer with-
out violence
William Bell Jr., 35,
Ponce de Leon, possession
of marijuana with intent to
Teresa Bryan, 32, Boni-
fay, Holmes County warrant
for worthless check
Lucy Cathey, 42, Clarks-
ville, Refuse to submit to
driving under the influence
test, driving under the influ-
John Cooper, 28, Chi-
pley, parole violation
Iman David, 27, Chipley,
Resist officer without vio-
lence, Affray
Clayton Gibson, 26, Co-
lumbia Ala., driving while
license suspended or re-
Michael Godwin, 25,
Bruce, driving while license
suspended or revoked
Shephen Hinkle, 23,
Southport, violation of state
probation on resist officer
with violence
Jamie Hodge, 20, Fort

Walton, driving while li-
cense suspended or re-
voked, disorderly conduct
John Holmes, 49, Chi-
pley, simple assault
Allison Hooks, 26, Chi-
pley, disorderly conduct
Cynthia Hughes, 29,
Cottondale, arson
Barry Hutchinson,
Panama City, driving under
the influence
Ricardo Martinez, 30,
Chipley, marijuana distri-
bution, violation of county
probation on resist officer,
driving while license sus-
pended or revoked
Corey Massaline, 33,
Chipley, aggravated assault
with deadly weapon x 5, dis-
charge of a fire arm from
William Mongoven, 27,
Vernon, violation of county
probation on refuse to sub-
mit to driving under influ-
ence test, driving under the
Cynthia Olds, 46, Chi-
pley, resist officer interfere
with law enforcement of-
Stephen Penty, 45,
Bonifay, possession of para-

Shenicka Pittman, 21,
Graceville, worthless check
Donna Rambin, 40, Do-
than Ala., driving while
license suspended or re-
Arturo Ramirez-Ros-
tro, 22, Graceville, operate
motor vehicle without valid
Brandyn Shallenburg-
er, 21, Daleville Ala., Driv-
ing while license suspended
or revoked
Cheryl Sheffield, 39,
Chipley, Jackson County
warrant for worthless
Richard Simmons Jr.,
26, Caryville, driving while
license suspended or re-
Chip Spence, 27,
Wausau, child neglect X 2
James Spivey, 33, Boni-
fay, child support
Charles Stephens, 38,
Glenwood Ala., Driving
while license suspended or
Kevin Wright, 64, Bu-
ford Ga., Georgia warrant
Barbara Young, 45, Chi-
pley, affray.

Cook proclaims May 4 National Teacher Day

CHIPLEY Superinten-
dent of Washington County
Schools Dr. Sandra Cook
proclaimed May 4 to be
National Teacher Day on
"Few other profession-
als touch as many people
as teachers do," Cook said.
"National Teacher Day is
a good time to learn about
the contributions educa-
tors make to our commu-
nity every day."
The proclamation read
that "teachers make public
schools great and teach-
ers work to open students'
minds to ideas, knowledge
and dreams and teachers
keep American democracy
alive by laying the founda-
tion for good citizenship,"
and "teachers fill many
roles, as listeners, explor-
ers, role models, motivators
and mentors and teachers
continue to influence long
after our school days are
only memories.
"Community involve-

Superintendent of Washington County Schools Dr.
Sandra Cook proclaimed May 4 to be National
Teacher Day.

ment brings learning to
life; this is an opportunity
for all of us to reach out to
one another and I ask the
community to learn about
how we advocate for high
standards for students,
fair and meaningful evalu-
ations of their work and

resources that go directly
to the classroom," she said.
"Better than an apple or a
thank you card, a commu-
nity's active support of the
work we mutually do to
teach and care for the com-
munity's students would be
ample reward for all of us."


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A4 I Washington County News


Wednesday, May 5, 2010

EMERGENCY from page Al

thing out there, but it's
not a health threat," Sole
The state expanded
impact operations to
Sarasota County. Coast
Guard stations in St. Pe-
tersburg and Key West
are also standing up com-
mand posts. Sole said
the state wants to push
BP to prepare to protect
the entire state, not just
Northwest Florida.
Public Safety Direc-
tor Dino Villani pressed
officials for a definitive
answer to the arrival of
oil booms for Destin's
East Pass, and the BP of-
ficial eventually said the
booms would arrive lo-
cally by Wednesday.
"I thinkwe made some
progress here today, be-
cause we're all here ask-
ing the hard questions,"
Villani said.
Sole said he wanted
to dispel any myths that
preparing other parts of
the state would take re-
sources from Okaloosa
Shortly before the
conference call, BP an-
nounced the release of a
$25 million block grant.
Commissioner John Jan-
nazo said the county has
started tracking expens-
es related to the spill.
Those expenses will be
submitted to the state
and reimbursed by the
grant money.
During the telecon-
ference, the Santa Rosa
County EOC represen-
tative said people were
frustrated by BP's local
"BP doesn't have an-
swers and doesn't answer
the phone," the Santa
Rosa EOC spokesman
said, adding that the BP
liaison is a public rela-

tions representative, not
someone with the techni-
cal answers they need.
The company has sent
liaisons to coastal com-
munities, including Oka-
loosa County, who will
work with the command
post in Mobile, Ala.
Clayton Cochran, Oka-
loosa County's BP repre-
sentative, arrived Mon-
day. He said the company
will staff an office in the
county and represent the
county's interests.
Commissioner Don
Amunds asked for the
board's support to set
up an emergency lease
for the Emerald Coast
Wildlife Refuge to use
a former fire station on
Okaloosa Island as a re-
covery station for oiled
animals. The animals
would be decontami-
nated elsewhere, then
nursed to health at the
Amunds said the
ECWR has been inun-
dated with requests to
volunteer, and leader-
ship programs at local
high schools have al-
ready started drives for
cleaning supplies to care
for oiled animals. To put
the volunteers to use,
the ECWR will need the
large space the former
fire station has.
Patrick Gault, ECWR
assistant director, said
the organization is work-
ing closely with BP and
Tri-state Bird Rescue.
"In order to more ac-
curately track oiled wild-
life related to this spill,
if you find a suspected
oiled animal, contact the
Oiled Wildlife Hotline: 1-
866-557-1401. All reports
in our response area
will be forwarded to our
team," Gault said.

OIL from page Al

is near completion and
will be deployed in the
next seven days, Thom-
as said.
"We have the tech-
nology, and we know
it's worked in shallow
water," Thomas said.
"We're optimistic it can
work in deep water as
The company quickly
began building the sys-
tem after Deepwater
Horizon, the Transocean
rig BP was using, ex-
ploded, burned and sank
near the Louisiana coast
last month. The system
has never before been
used at such depths.
"If that works, we
may see things get a lit-
tle brighter; if it doesn't,

we don't know yet what
the repercussions might
be," Brady said.
No one knows exactly
what the impact will be
in the Panama City area,
Bay County Economic
Development Alliance
executive director Ja-
net Watermeier said.
BP hopes to keep the
spill from growing while
the company drills a re-
lief well to stop the flow
into the Gulf of Mexico.
That option could take
months to complete.
The oil slick is not ex-
pected to make it to Bay
County in the next few
days, officials said.
"I don't even want to
think about it if it gets
here," Watermeier said.

Oashin ton County

Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
The News is published every Wednesday and Saturday by
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Chipley, FL 32428. Periodicals postage paid at Chipley,
Florida. Copyright 2010, Florida Freedom Newspapers Inc.
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The views expressed here
are not necessarily those
of this paper or Freedom

In Washington County, residents fear

new wells will leave Sand Hills dry

Florida Freedom Newspapers

SAND HILLS Bill Gunter
stepped off the concrete
and onto the
white sandy
shore of ....
Lake, one
of dozens
of spring-
fed lakes in
frowned and gestured to the
beach, much of it covered
in dead or dying vegetation
that used to be underwater.
"There should be water
here," said Gunter, 61, who
has lived in the Sand Hills
area of Washington County
since he was 4. Gunter lives
on nearby Lucas Lake with
his wife, Gail.
The Gunters are two
of dozens of Washington
County residents who
found out in the last month
that Bay County was near-
ing approval to drill 10 wells
near the county line, which
they fear would sap water
levels in the scores of lakes
and ponds that dot the re-
gion. Groundwater model-
ing projects the wells, if
pulling at their maximum
permitted capacity during
an emergency, could cause
levels to drop up to 2 feet.
Bill noted a 6-foot de-
crease in Lucas Lake's
level during a recent
drought caused the waters
to recede 130 feet, exposing
their dock.
"People made fun of us
because it looked like we
built a dock that didn't even
reach the water," Gail said.
Bay County officials say
the 2-foot reduction would
only be under a worst-case
emergency scenario, like
if a hurricane sent saltwa-
ter into Deer Point Lake,
putting the county's main
source of potable water out
of commission.
They also cry foul over
the role of the Northern
Trust Company, which runs
the James L. Knight Chari-
table Term Trust, in stirring
public reaction.
The Knight trust hired
April Salter, president of
Salter Mitchell public re-
lations firm in Tallahas-
see, a few weeks ago, and
Salter quickly launched
a website (savesandhill-
lakes.com) and mailed
out fliers to Washington
County residents.
The Knight trust, estab-
lished by newspaper pub-
lisher James L. Knight to
benefit his family members,
owns 55,000 acres, mostly
in Washington County, just
north of the proposed well
field. The trust and Wash-
ington County both have

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This dock on Stewart Lake is one of several left high and dry as lake water levels drop.

filed petitions to stop the
Northwest Water Florida
Management District (NW-
FWMD) from approving
the wells; the case has put
a hold on Bay County's well
Bay County officials in-
timate it is hypocritical for
the Knight trust to allege
the county's well field will
cause calamity when the
trust is working on a sector
plan to develop its land with
the potential to add as many
as 30,000 residential units,
which also would need to
draw water from the same
Floridan Aquifer that Bay
County wants to tap.
"We're the environmen-
tal heathens, when they
want to put in thousands of
homes," County Manager
Ed Smith said. "Where
were they going to get their
water from? To me, it's just
a little disingenuous."
Who is right and who
is wrong matters little to
Gunter, who just wants the
future of the Sand Hills
lakes to be preserved.
"If they start sucking that
water out of the ground, the
Sand Hills lakes as we know
them will be gone," Gunter
said. "What did Will Rogers
say? 'Whiskey is for drink-
ing; water is for fighting.'"

News to some
The exact authorship of
the quote Gunter recited is
uncertain; some attribute
it to Mark Twain, others
to Rogers. But it certainly
does apply to the current
situation between Bay
County, Washington County
and the Knight Trust.
Bay County officials
have been discussing an al-
ternate water source since
the mid-1980s, a redundant
water supply to be used
in case Deer Point Reser-
voir is compromised. The
NWFWMD was behind the
project, and officials there
directed Bay to drill in the
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Washington County and Knight Trust officials worried
about the impact on Sand Hills lakes, and their water
supply. Bay has three test wells drilled, and plans for
seven more in a well-field in the northwest corner of
the county.

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ty because they felt wells
there would provide the
best output with the least
impact, according to NW-
FWMD Executive Director
Doug Barr.
Bay County officials have
mentioned the planned well
fields there are three test
wells drilled in the land,
owned by the St. Joe Co.
- often over the years, but
the effect of those wells on
Washington County never
has been the topic of con-
As the permit process
neared completion this
month, many residents of
Washington County didn't
know how close Bay County
was to drilling. The Gunters
hadn't even heard about the
test wells when a neighbor
told them a few weeks ago.
Officials with the Knight
trust definitely knew about
Bay's plans, though. The
scoping document for their
sector plan mentions the
"Bay County and the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District have
constructed groundwater
test wells near the proper-
ty in Bay County," the docu-
ment, written in December
2008, noted, describing
both the development and
conservation possibilities
of the Knight trust's land.
The scoping plan also
mentions the possibility
for the Knight trust to drill
wells of its own.
"The property may pro-
vide a potential location
for a regional well field," it
David Powell, a land-use
attorney who represents
the Knight trust, admits
trust officials knew about
the test wells, but none
of the specifics, includ-
ing their capacity, and the
timetable for their use. If
the permit had been ap-
proved this month, then
Bay County would have had
a year of testing and then
could draw an average of
5 million gallons per day for
five years.
Powell disputes the idea
that the Knight trust would
drill wells slaking Sand
Hills lakes to the degree
that Bay County's will.
"I frankly don't believe
that the kinds of impacts
we anticipate from the Bay
County well field are things

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that we would propose for
ourselves on that proper-
ty," Powell said.

Praying for help
Bill and Gail Gunter
stopped their pickup truck
Tuesday morning at the
Rainbow Store on State 77,
afew miles north of the Bay/
Washington county line, be-
fore leading a reporter and
photographer on a tour of a
few lakes. Before departing
the parking lot, Bill turned
to his passengers with a
"This is so important to
us, do you mind if we say
a prayer?" he asked. Bill
and Gail then joined hands
while Bill prayed to God
to let those in the car "see
what they need to see" be-
fore driving off to Rattle-
snake Lake.
At each of the lakes he
visited Tuesday, Bill point-
ed out spots of receded wa-
ter exposed piers, dying
plants, signs posted by the
NWFWMD warning people
on horses or ATVs not to
ride on exposed lake bed.
Even without a new well
field, the Sand Hills lakes
are struggling to recover
from recent droughts, Bill
Gunter said.
Lawyers for the Knight
trust have told Salter the
petition case, which has no
timetable, could cost mil-
lions. There is no money
to be won or lost, just paid
to lawyers to determine
whether the NWFWMD is
justified in approving Bay
County's plans.
The legal battle matters
little to Gunter, though.
"I'm not after Bay
County, I'm not after St.
Joe, I'm not after Knight,"
he said. "I have seen what
has happened to the Sand
Hill lakes, and I know what
will happen to the Sand
Hill lakes if they drill those
At Stewart Lake, Bill
walked to the edge of a boat
The concrete dove into
thick grass several feet
short of the lake's edge;
the receding shoreline had
rendered the ramp a chal-
lenge to use at best, use-
less at worst.
"That's the story, right
there, all over the Sand
Hills," Bill said. "It just
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Chipley High School band excels at state band contest

Special to the News
The Chipley High
School Band traveled to
Fort Walton Beach Thurs-
day to perform at the Flor-
ida Bandmasters Associa-
tion State Concert Band
Assessment hosted by Ft.
Walton Beach High School.
The 48-member CHS Sym-
phonic Band performed
their best before an audi-
ence and three nationally-

known band adjudicators
and was rewarded with
"Excellent" ratings from
the three judges. Accord-
ing to CHS Band Director
Richard L. Davenport, the
band took on quite a chal-
lenge by going to state in
the first place, an event
normally attend by large
schools throughout Flor-
"I am so proud of how
the kids performed,"

Davenport said. "This
has been a great year for
these great student musi-
cians, and their hard work
was rewarded today after
giving all they had with a
fantastic musical perfor-
mance at State."
This performance at
State was especially pleas-
ing for this year's Band
Seniors, who end their
high school career having
earned all Superior Rat-

ings at District Marching
and Concert Festivals,
and four successful per-
formances at the State
Music Performance As-
The CHS Band will now
turn their attention to
their annual Spring Con-
cert This free concert is
open to the public and be-
gins at 6:30 p.m. on May 14
at the CHS Auditorium on
Brickyard Road.

The CHS Symphonic Band performs at State hosted
by Ft. Walton Beach High School on April 28.

Contact information needed

for oil clean-up volunteers

Special to the News
dination with Bay County
Emergency Management,
the Central Panhandle
Chapter of the American
Red Cross will begin col-
lecting contact informa-
tion for those local citizens
who would like to volunteer
to assist should cleanup
operations become nec-
essary. Those interested
should be aware that spe-
cialized training may be
required before volunteers
are deployed into the field.
Should training be neces-
sary, the Red Cross will
facilitate training in coor-
dination with Bay County
Emergency Management,
state and federal agencies.

Bay County Emergency
Management will be coor-
dinating overall cleanup
operations. Volunteers will
be assigned by Bay County
Emergency Management.
Local citizens inter-
ested in volunteering to
assist should cleanup op-
erations become neces-
sary, can call the local Red
Cross at 850-763-6587. The
Red Cross will maintain
a database of those who
have expressed interest. If
cleanup operations should
become necessary those
interested in volunteering
will be contacted with in-
formation regarding when
and where Bay County
Emergency Management
will be assigning them to

Employment workshops available

Spedal to the News

The Chipley One Stop
Center will hosting their
shops for those individuals
that are interested in obtain-
ing new skills or reviewing

skills that assist you in the
workplace or in your every-
day life. These workshops
are of no cost to the partici-
pate and are sponsored by
the Chipley One Stop Center.
For further information you
can call 850-638-6089.

VMS fifth-graders go to Blue Springs

Doug Smith
Vernon Middle School
Special to the News
MARIANNA- Thirty-five
Vernon Middle School fifth
graders, their principal
Chris Beard and teachers
Doug Smith, Stacy Abbott
and Lindsey Watson were
invited to celebrate Earth
Day's 40th birthday at Blue
Springs Park in Marianna.
This wonderfully engaging
field trip was made pos-
sible by the Chipola College
Ground Water Outreach
Project and the auspices of
Dr. Santine Cuccio, Ground
Water project director.
The day was filled with
sunshine and bright minds
opening up to the beauty of
Florida's water and flora.
When the students filed
off the bus, one student
was overheard exclaiming,
"Smell that? That's fresh
clean air!" The sight of the
clear blue spring water was
taken in by the students and
gave them a sense of the
agenda for day, relax and
simply enjoy the splendor.
The students were given
a personal tour of the new
nature trail with Russell
Williams, Springs ambas-

sador. The cool quietness of
the trail was soon filled with
voices calling out, "Wow,
look at that," "Neat, look at
the sinkhole," and "What
kind of plant is that?" Wil-
liams' vast knowledge of
the springs, forest, sinks
and karsts formations was
able to quench the students
thirst for information.
The students were eager
to get their feet wet and that
they did. Many frolicked in
67 degree water, laughing
about the temperature and
the incredible clearness
of the water. Three divers
were diving at the springs.
The students were able to
ask questions about the div-
er's equipment and watched
in amazement as the diver's

descended into the opening
of the spring. Several stu-
dents played volleyball and
touch football before enjoy-
ing a picnic lunch.
While boarding the bus
for the ride back to school,
the students commented
about how they could not
wait to share the day's
events with family and to
be sure to take them to the
springs when it opens for
the season.
The next day in Smith's
science class the students
viewed the award-winning
Documentary film, "Water's
Journey: The Hidden Rivers
of Florida" which follows a
team of scientists and cave
divers as they take a dar-
ing journey underground

into the Floridian aquifer.
The students were able to
make personal connections
to film, having just experi-
enced Blue Springs Park
the day before.
Science teacher, Smith,
had worked last summer
with Dr. Santine Cuccio,
Ground Water project direc-
tor. Smith attended profes-
sional development work-
shops at Chipola filled with
ground water research,
field trips to Blue Springs,
hands-on aquifer models.
All of the knowledge gained
was then taken back to
Smith's fifth grade science
classes at Vernon Middle.
The students learned about
karsts formations, Florida's
aquifers, sink holes, the wa-
ter cycle, and man's affect
on ground water.
Smith commented, "My
students need to know
about ground water, springs
and the ways humans inter-
act with water and how that
can affect Florida's native
habitats. I hope to develop
into a stronger steward of
the land, and impart that
on my students for years to
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Should I reduce my tithe to pay down debt?

Dear Dave,
My husband and
on Baby Step 2 of yoi
and we're working h
pay off all of our debt
Christians, but would
a good idea to decree
traditional 10 to 15 pE
tithe while we work 1
the debt snowball?

Dear Janelle,
I've studied Scrip
on this subject for ab
20 years and taught
Christian settings. B
don't want you to tak
word as the final aut
What we're about to
comes from God, no
guy with a radio sho'
When you look uI
Hebrew word "tithe,
ally means tenth. No
15 percent a tenth
book of Deuteronom

give a tenth
I are of your net
ur plan, increase. In
ard to Proverbs,
t. We're it refers to
d it be the tithe as
ase our first fruits,
percent off the top,
through before any- DAVE RAMSEY
thing else. Dave Says
- Janelle About 1,200
years of protestant Christian
teaching has focused on the
iture idea that the tithe goes to the
bout local church, because it's the
in New Testament representa-
ut I tion of the Old Testament
:e my storehouse. The store-house
hority. took care of the Levites,
get into which were the priests or
t some pastors and the widows
w, OK? and orphans. Today, the New
p the Testament church in your
" it liter- community is supposed to
At 10 to use it for the same kinds
i. The of things: pastor's salaries
iy says to and helping people who are

Now, once we've said
all that, the problem is that
there's enough toxicity in
Christianity and twisted
information that surrounds
tithing to choke a horse. I
want you to remember one
thing, though. God doesn't
love you more just because
you tithe more than the per-
son sitting next to you. It's
not a salvation issue, either.
We're not going to get into
performance-based legalism
here. God thinks you're cool.
You're his kid and He's going
to love you even if you don't
tithe. But He knows what
tithing does for us. It makes
us focus on something other
than ourselves. God doesn't
need your money, but He
does want us to be loving
and giving to the people
around us.
I wouldn't stop or reduce

my tithe if I were in your
situation. When I hit bottom
20 years ago, I tithed all the
way into bankruptcy court
and all the way out. Just
please keep in mind that you
shouldn't do this because
Dave Ramsey gave you a
"rule." It comes straight
from God, and it's a loving
father's instructions as to
what's best for his kids.
Dear Dave,
I'm working toward elimi-
nating the credit cards used
by my company. How do you
get debit cards for employ-
ees who won't give them
access to company bank

Dear Anonymous,
You don't. The debit card
is what gives them access to

the company bank account.
At my company, we run
an operating account that
several of my team mem-
bers can access with a debit
card. I look at it this way: If
you trust your employees
enough to travel and do busi-
ness in your name and on
your behalf, then you've got
to be able to trust them with
If you think you can't
trust someone, then don't
send them out to do business
for you. Better yet, don't hire
them in the first place.

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awarded the following awards at the Vernon
JROTC banquet April 27:
N-3-10 Good Conduct award: Michael T.
Adams, Joshua C. Becker, Tierra N. Belser,
Dean E Bollinger, Destiny S. Brady, Thomas
C. Capps, Stephanie G. Carter, Samantha L.
Church, Eric B. Clark, Joseph A. Corcoran,
Michael L. Davis, Samantha S. Davis, Xenia
Y Davis, Jessica R. Emanuel, Lane L. Evans,
Jessica M. Grigsby, Alana L. Hearn, Dillon J.
Hutton, Daniel B. Joyce, Melanie C. Keller,
Taylor L. Landry, Michael K Lentz, Rebekka
J. Lewis, Porsha E. Lurry, Vincent Murphy,
Raymond E. Patten, Taylor L. Pope, Carolyn
R. Poppell, Amber D. Riley, Samuel T. Robbins,
Sharlene D. San Nicolas, Maegen T Sheehan,
Anthony T. Siples, Nathan A. Stadie, Ricky E
Thomason, Kevin Thompson, Logan A. Tyner,
Tyler Waldron, Brandon J. Williams, and
Latonya A. Yelverton.
N-3-8 Adventure Training Ribbon:
Samantha S. Davis, Jessica R. Emanuel,
Jessica M. Grigsby, Raymond E. Palmer, Robert
L. Patton, Maegen T Sheehan, Tyler Waldron
and Brandon J. Williams.
N-4-7 Cadet Staff Officer Award: Tierra N.
Belser, Samantha S. Davis, Jessica R. Emanuel,
and Jessica M. Grigsby.
N-3-2 Personal Appearance Award: Tierra
N. Belser, Destiny S. Brady, Samantha S. Davis,
Lane L. Evans, Jessica M. Grigsby, Alana L.
Hearn, Daniel B. Joyce, Taylor L. Landry,
Rebekka J. Lewis, Porsha E. Lurry, Vincent
Murphy, Robert L. Patton, Carolyn R. Poppell,
Amber D. Riley, Shaplene D. San Nicolas,
Maegen L. Sheehan, Anthony T Siples, Nathan
A. Stadie, Logan A. Tyner, Tyler Waldron, and
Brandon J. Williams.
N-3-1 SAI Leadership Award: Tierra N.
Belser, and Brandon J. Williams.
N-1-4 Perfect Attendance Award: Michael
T. Adams, Joshua C. Becker Tierra N. Belser,
Dean E Bollinger, Thomas C. Capps, Stephanie
G. Carter, Samantha L. Church, Eric B.
Clark, Joseph A. Corcoran, Michael L. Davis,
Samantha S. Davis, Jessica R. Emanuel,
Lane L. Evans, David L. Fortune, Alana L.
Hearn, Daniel B. Joyce, Melanie C. Keller,
Taylor L. Landry, Michael K Lentz, Rebekka
J. Lewis Vincent Murphy, Robert L. Patton,
Taylor L. Pope, Carolyn R. Poppell, Amber
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Nicolas, Maegen L. Sheehan, Anthony T. Siples,
Nathan A. Stadie, Ricky E Thomason, Kevin
M. Thompson, Tyler Waldron, and Brandon J.
N-l-3 Academic Achievement Award:
Destiny S. Brady, Alana L. Hearn, Robert L
Patton, Carolyn R. Poppell, and Sharlene D. San
N-1-2 Academic Excellence Award: Alana
L. Hearn, and Sharlene D. San Nicolas
N-1-1 Distinguished Cadet Award: Alana
L. Hearn
N-3-3 Proficiency Ribbon: Tierra N. Belser,
Samantha S. Davis, Taylor L. Pope, Carolyn R.
Poppell, and Latonya A. Yelverton.
N-3-6 Color/Honor Guard Ribbon: Dean E
Bollinger, Samantha S. Davis, Lane L. Evans,
Jessica M. Grigsby, Dillon J. Hutton, Taylor
L. Landry, Carolyn R. Poppell, Amber D.
Riley, Maegen L Sheehan, Tyler Waldron, and
Brandon Williams.
N-4-6 Service Learning Award: Michael
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Dean E Bollinger, Destiny S. Brady, Thomas
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The ribbon is cut at the grand opening of Nock
N Load 3-D Outdoor Archery Range.

Grand Opening of

Nock N Load

BONIFAY The newest
business to join the Hol-
mes County Chamber
of Commerce was Nock
N Load 3-D Outdoor
Archery Range located
on Highway 90 between
Bonifay and Chipley.
Nock N Load is owned
by Michael Burk and
Donnie Bush and spe-
cializes in guns, bows
and accessories.
"We started this store
because we live and love
the outdoors," Burk said.

They have an indoor
archery range and a 3-D
outdoor archery range,
which is a long outdoor
trail with over 15 targets.
Once at the beginning
of each month they hold
a 30-target 3-D range
tournament. The first
was held May 1 at 9 a.m.
There will be the youth
women's hunter, tradi-
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with first, second and
third place winners in
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3-2-1 blast off at VMS...

Special to the News
VERNON Last Friday at
Vernon Middle School, in Mr.
Smith's 5th grade science
class, the word of the day was
rockets. The week prior the
students designed their rock-
ets, and built them out of 2 li-
ter bottles. The students were
working on their Force and
Energy unit. They investigated
and described that the more
mass an object has, the less ef-
fect a given force will have on

the object's motion.
After creating the rockets,
the students made predictions
about how much 'fuel', water
to use. The rockets were at-
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other financial resources are not available to meet such needs.
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the areas of housing, neighborhood revitalization, commercial revitaliza-
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acquisition of real property, loans to private-for-profit business, purchase
of machinery and equipment, construction of infrastructure, rehabilitation
of houses and commercial buildings, and e ni conservation. Additional
information regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will be
provided at the public hearing. For each activity that is proposed, at least
70% of the funds must benefit low and moderate income persons.
In developing an application for submission to DCA, the Town of
Ebro must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned
CDBG activities. In addition, the Town of Ebro is required to develop a
plan to assist displaced persons.
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special accommodation at this meeting should contact Ms. Marlow at least
five calendar days prior to the meeting.

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GRACEVILLE With gradu-
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looked forward with excite-
ment to the special chapel
services scheduled through
May 5. The final week of
chapel for the spring se-
mester features graduating
seniors as they transition to
a new chapter in their lives
and areas of ministry.

Monday, the winner of
the Presidential Excellence
in Preaching Award spoke
in the R. G. Lee Chapel at 10
a.m. The award was given
to a BCF student, chosen
by a faculty committee, who
either enrolled in or took
a BCF preaching course.
Competitors presented their
sermons before a student
gallery and panel of faculty
judges over a three week
period, and are now given
the opportunity to preach in

chapel before the entire fac-
ulty and their peers.
Tuesday and Wednesday,
the BCF community heard
another inspiring and chal-
lenging word from God de-
livered by Kinchen. Kinchen
will be recognizing the hon-
or graduates in chapel on
Wednesday followed by the
traditional Honor's Day lun-
cheon. For more informa-
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Holmes County downs Bozeman for title

Florida Freedom Newspapers

BONIFAY In each of
their losses to Holmes
County during the regular
season, Bozeman had one
inning that cost it a valu-
able district win.
The Bucks rebounded in
Thursday night's District 2-
2A championship game with
two productive innings, but
needed a third and lost 12-8
to the Blue Devils.
The win gave Holmes
County (23-5) home-field
advantage for the Region
1-2A tournament. Bozeman
must travel to Jay on Tues-
"We don't mind going on
the road," Bozeman coach
Jeff Patton said. "I like this
team. We're resilient."
Although both teams al-
ready had qualified for the
region tournament, they
played like Thursday night

was an elimination game.
Holmes County celebrated
afterward with a pile-on
usually reserved for a re-
gion or state title.
The Bucks (19-9) fought
back from deficits of 5-0
and 8-4 for an 8-8 tie in the
fifth inning. The Blue Dev-
ils, who won District 2-3A
last season, clinched their
second consecutive district
title with a four-run sixth.
Bozeman committed
four errors in the sixth,
two on plays at the plate.
Holmes County's impos-
ing starting pitcher Jeremy
McGowan, who hit a solo
home run in the fourth,
started the sixth by reach-
ing second on an error by
Bozeman shortstop Travis
McGowan advanced to
third on a ground out by Jo-
mar Concepcion and scored
on a single by Will Thomp-
son. Thompson, Cody Har-

rison and Cole Long all
scored on errors.
"That's just how high
school baseball is," Holmes
County coach Ron Dixon
said. "Just when you think
you have it figured out, any-
thing can happen."
Holmes County took a
5-0 lead after two innings
while Bozeman struggled
with to score with runners
in scoring position. Patton
pulled starter Brandon Por-
ter after just 1 1/3 innings
and five earned runs.
The Bucks' first come-
back came in the third
when they scored four runs
on three hits. Nick Gutier-
rez scored from second on
an error by Holmes County
second baseman Zach No-
lin. Later in the inning, Cole
Haus beat out a ground ball
that drove in Zach Row-
ell. Jace Wade then hit a
double down the left-field
line to score Brady Oates

and Haus.
With Holmes Coun-
ty ahead 5-4, McGowan
stretched the lead with a
solo home run to left field.
Concepcion scored on a
sacrifice fly by Harrison,
Thompson singled and
Long had an RBI double.
The Bucks answered in
the fifth on a single swing
by Blake Locher.
With the bases loaded
with Rowell, Brady Oates
and Wade, Locher ripped a
triple to right field that emp-
tied the bases. Two batters
later, Ryan Hardy dropped
a single into shallow center
field to tie the game at 8-8.
"We played hard," Pat-
ton said. "We just couldn't
quite get the lead."

Bozeman 6, Vernon 5
Brandon Porter got the
final two outs on strikeouts
with runners on second
and third in the seventh in-

ning as Bozeman hung on
to qualify for the regional
Vernon led 2-1 after
Dylan Lee's two-run home
run and the Yellow Jackets
were ahead 3-1 entering
the bottom of the fourth.
The Bucks (19-8) rallied,
aided by three walks. A
fielder's choice grounder
hit by Zach Rowell plated
Nick Gutierrez and Blake
Locker when Vernon threw
away a double-play relay.
Gutierrez had a two-
run single in the fifth to
put Bozeman ahead 5-3,
and winning pitcher Travis
Register followed with an
RBI single for a 6-3 lead.
The Jackets scored
once in the sixth, Shaun
Herbert's double the big
hit, and added one in the
seventh when Porter
balked in a run with the
bases loaded.
Ryan Hardy was 2 for 4

with a double and Register
2 for 2 with a double to pace
the Bucks, who play for
the district title Thursday
against the Holmes Coun-
ty-Walton winner.

Holmes County 6,
South Walton 0
Sophomore Will Thomp-
son tossed a one-hitter
with 13 strikeouts for the
Blue Devils, 22-5. Cody
Harrison was 2 for 3 with
two RBIs, Thompson was
1 for 4 with an RBI, Cody
Russ had a hit and RBI and
Travis Scorza added a two-
run single.
In Holmes County's 10-
1 win over Cottondale on
Monday, Jeremy McGowan
tossed a two-hitter with 14
strikeouts. Jomar Concep-
cion was 3 for 4 with a tri-
ple, Scorza was 1 for 2 with
three RBIs and Cole Long
had an RBI double.


MARIANNA The Chipola
Lady Indians captured the 2010
FCCAA State and Region VIII
Championship with a 14-0 win
over Miami-Dade on May 2.
Chipola, which beat State
College of Florida for the sec-
ond time in two days by the fi-
nal 13-8 to capture the FCCAA
Gulf District Championship and
is ranked third in the country,
will now advance to the NJCAA
National Tournament in St.
George, Utah.
From an outstanding pitch-
ing performance all day from
Brittany Black, Emma Steven-
son, and Chipley's Skylar Davis,
the Lady Indians were finally
able to connect with the bats

in the final day; 20 hits in game
one versus State College of
Florida and 18 against FCCAA
Atlanta District Champion, Mi-
"I am extremely proud of our
team and how we have fought
all year long through adversity,"
Coach Belinda Hendrix said.
"At the beginning of the season,
nobody thought we would com-
pete for the conference title and
make a run at the state title."
"To now have the opportu-
nity to compete in the National
Tournament in Utah, it says a
great deal about the character
and the heart of our team."
Chipola's road to victory in
the state tournament was paved
with victories against South
Florida (4-2), St. Petersburg (4-

3), State College of Florida (7-4
& 13-8) and Miami-Dade (14-0).
In the Miami-Dade game,
Chipola was led by Andrea Sul-
livan, who had three hits, three
runs, five RBIs, two walks, and
two homeruns in three at bats.
Sullivan was named NJCAA
Region VIII Tournament Most
Valuable Player and batted .667
for the tournament, 10 for 16.
Joining Sullivan in the hit
parade was teammates Kellie
Todd, four hits and four RBIs;
Michelle Hewett, three hits and
two runs; Dana Cauthen, three
hits and three runs.
Pitcher Emma Stevenson
pitched a complete game shut-
out by allowing only six runs,
one walk, and four strikeouts on
100 pitches.

In her sixth season at the
helm of the Lady Indians pro-
gram, coach Belinda Hendrix
had 10 players on the Pan-
handle All-Conference team,
including catcher Kellie Todd,
Conference Player of the Year,
and Emma Stevenson, Confer-
ence Pitcher of the Year.
The Lady Indians won the
Panhandle Conference cham-
pionship this year, and in 2008
and 2007. Chipola finished fifth
in the 2009 State Tournament.
The team captured the state
and national championships in
Local players include Sha-
nae Dickens, Selentia Pittman
and Elizabeth Krauser of Cot-
tondale; Skylar Davis of Chipley;
and Haley Adkison of Vernon.


Golf Tournament
Doctors Memorial Hospital
Foundation will hold the first annual
Foundation Golf Tournament and
Golf Ball Drop Findraiser on Satur-
day, May 15. The four-man, best ball
scramble will tee off at 9 a.m. En-
try fees are $50 person or $200 per
team. The fee includes 18 holes of
golf cart and lunch. Cash prizes will
be awarded to the top three teams,
along with door prizes and goodie
bags for participants.
In conjunction with the tourna-
ment, a Golf Ball Drop fundraiser
will be held at 2 p.m. There will
be one guaranteed winner of $500.
Numbered golf balls will be dropped
over a hole or target. If the num-
bered ball you purchased goes in the
hole or is closest to the target, you
are the winner. Ball tickets are $10

per ball, three balls for $25 or seven
balls for $50 and can be purchased
at Doctors Memorial Hospital or
from any Foundation Board mem-
ber. You do not have to be present
to win.
The Doctors Memorial Hospital
Foundation is an arm of the hospital,
formed to raise funds and enhance
services for the facility. All monies
raised through the foundation will
remain at home within your com-
munity hospital.
For more information concern-
ing these events, please call the
public relations office at 547-8193.
First annual Orange
and Blue Festival
The Orange and Blue Festival
will be held May 15. Exciting events

All you can eat Pancake Break-
fast at the Vernon Community Cen-
ter will be from 6 a.m. 8 a.m. Cost
is $5. A canoe race at 8:30 a.m. will
begin at HWY 79 Park at the Holmes
Creek Bridge and end at Two Creek
Landing. Entry fee $20 per person,
two people per canoe. Prizes will be
awarded for first, second and third
place. Contact Donna Hawkins for
information on how to sign up at
850-535-2444 or Tray Hawkins at 850-
258-7276. Gates open for vendors
at 10 a.m. at Vernon High School
Football Field. Admission $5. A fish
fry will begin at 11:30 a.m. From 1-5
p.m. There will be entertainment
provided by Bluegrass Bands.
All proceeds from the Pancake
Breakfast and the Canoe Race will
go to the Vernon Recreation De-

All proceeds from the Fish Fry
and Gate will go to the Vernon High
School Booster Club.
Annual Hot Trot
On June 26 the 32 Annual Hot
Trot 5K and mile fun run will be held
at 7:30 a.m. at the Washington Hol-
mes Technical Center. The entry fee
for the 5K will be $15 and after June
21 will be $20. The entry fee for the
mile Fin Run will be $10 and after
June 21 will be $15. Registration will
be from 6:30 a.m. until 7:15 a.m. the
day of the race at the gazebo located
behind WHTC. Awards will be given
for overall male and female, master,
grand masters, senior grand mas-
ters, and three deep in standard 5
year age group and first three male
and female walkers. The Fin Run
awards will be first three male and
female 12 years and under.



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Florida Freedom Newspapers

The Region 1-2A base-
ball tournament doesn't
lack for local flavor, with
schools from the area in-
volved in all four quarter-
final games Tuesday.
Bozeman travels to Jay
at 7 p.m. The Bucks are
joined by Holmes Coun-
ty, hosting Northview at
7 p.m., Wewahitchka
playing at North Florida
Christian at 3 p.m. CDT
and Port St. Joe hosting
Maclay at 6 p.m. CDT.
Holmes County coach
Ron Dixon, whose team
is 23-5, thinks that bal-
ance better defines the
"It's our first time in
Class 2A in a long time,
and we thought we had
some good baseball teams
we happened to run into
in 3A like Pensacola Cath-
olic," Dixon said.
"But while we're look-
ing forward to it, we're
not overconfident at the
same time. We think all
eight teams that are in it
have a chance."
Dixon was torn between
starting Will Thompson
and Jeremy McGowan.
Holmes County defeat-
ed Bozeman to win Dis-
trict 2-2A for the right to
host. The Blue Devils beat
Northview 2-1 in the first
round of the Region 1-3A
tournament last season.
Three seniors provide
the foundation in Mc-
Gowan, a four-year start-
er, and Jomar Concepcion
and Cody Harrison, a pair
of three-year starters.
Otherwise Holmes Coun-
ty is fairly young, playing
as many as four freshmen
at times while battling in-
juries at midseason.
McGowan has led
on the mound (11-1, 105
strikeouts in 65 innings)
and at the plate (8 home
runs, .443 avg., 51 runs in
26 games). Thompson is
8-0 with an 0.53 ERA and a
.359 average and 30 RBIs.
Harrison has six hom-
ers and a team-leading 32
RBIs, Cole Long is hitting
.413, Concepcion .388 and
Kodi Long .333 with four
homers and 25 RBIs.
For updates go to chi-
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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Demolition of home reveal

historic artifacts

The Prattle col-
umn carried two
stories in recent
months about the
demolition of the
historic Matthew
Brackin home,
which stood for
more than a century
in the Bethel Primi-
tive Baptist Church

Perry Wells

community of Washington County.
Another story has developed
from some historic items found by
the contractor during the removal
of the old landmark home.
Clifford Jenkins, Vernon resi-
dent and contractor, did the care-
ful disassembly of the lovely old
two-story frame home. During
the process, he found a packet of
old driver's licenses issued to the
last occupant of the house, V J.
He saved the valued find to
pass on to his neighbor, Ruth
Bruner Roche, who he remem-
bered as having spent a 30-year
career career with the Florida De-
partment of Motor Vehicles. Her
jobs included a stint in the central
office in Tallahassee, working
directly for Col. H.N. Kirkman,
long time director of the depart-
ment. She also worked in the field
office for 15 years actually issuing
driver's licenses.
Ruth prepared the collection
of old licenses, three issued in
Alabama and three in Florida, into
a colorful collage and placed the
treasured items in the Historical
Museum presently housed in the
old Vernon High School, which is
also City Hall for Vernon.
Two of the three documents,
issued to Mr. Collins in Houston
County, Alabama, show the cost of
the license as Fifty Cents, plus an
issuance fee of Ten Cents.
The first driver's licenses ob-
tained by VJ. Collins in Florida
was issued Sept. 26, 1955, by
Washington County Judge Sam
D. May, with Spessard L. Holland
as Florida Governor. Under the
date of Sept. 2, 1953, Washington
County Judge Willis Carl Trawick
signed the license for Collins with
Dan L. McCarty as governor. The
1956 license was also issued by

Judge Trawick on Sept. 26, 1955
with Leroy Collins as governor.
H.R. Kirkman, Director of the
Department of Motor Vehicles,
had his name affixed to the lat-
ter two instruments.
Vivian Josiah (V J.) Collins
and his wife, Lotee Merritt Col-
lins, moved to the Five Points
community of Washington
County in 1945, bringing along
two young children, Joe Earl
and Annie Myrel. Their two work
mules, Pet and Babe, also joined
in the move.
The Collins became neighbors
of his parents, Tom Collins and
wife, Pearl Rice Collins, who ear-
lier had moved from their native
Geneva County home to live and
farm the Brackin acreage. This
property was owned by a nephew,
Newman C. Brackin Sr., who re-
sided in Crestview. Rebecca Col-
lins Brackin, Newman's mother
and sister to Tom Collins sister,
still lived in the spacious home.
Sons, Mack Collins and Tom Alex
Collins, were still in the home of
their parents and joined the long
school bus ride to Vernon School
where both graduated.
V J. Collins first bought the
farm and home of Scott Hays and
wife, Mary Parish Hays.
Upon Tom Collins' retirement
from farming, Newman Brackin
prevailed on his cousin, VJ., to
move to the Brackin farm, which
he was converting to a cattle
ranch, adding more acreage and
specializing in raising purebred
Black Angus, Brahama and Here-
ford cows. Collins remained in this
assignment growing hay and car-
ing for the massive herd of cattle
which continued to be added to
the operation.
V J. and family continued to
reside on the Brackin place after
retiring from the ranch manage-
ment when the acreage was con-
verted into a tree farming venture.
His children have remained in the
area and son, Joe Earl Collins,
is recognized as a retired math
teacher who taught in both the
Holmes and Washington County
school system.
V J. Collins involved himself in
a host of farm related professional


The collage of driver's licenses on display at Vernon's Historical Museum.

organizations, including Farm
Bureau, Washington-Holmes Cat-
tle Association, Orange Hill Soil
Conservation, 4-H Club leadership
positions and the Panhandle Wa-
termelon Festival, serving faith-
fully in all slots.
He also served an appointed
term as a Trustee of the Washing-

ton County Hospital Board.
Both VJ. and wife, Lotee, have
passed on. They are buried at the
cemetery adjoining Bethlehem
Primitive Baptist Church adjacent
to the graves of his parents. Tom
and Pearl Collins. This is near
Malvern, Alabama.
The contents of this article

were discussed with Joe Earl
Collins, Ruth Bruner Roche and
Clifford Jenkins. The writer is
indebted to them for confirming
information which was needed
to conclude the story. They are
looking forward to enjoying the
completed article as I hope all my
readers will also.







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CCA informational
Current employees of
two Florida correctional
facilities, over which
CCA will assume
management, are
invited to attend two
upcoming informational
sessions hosted by
CCA Human Resources
staff. The events are
intended to help ensure
a seamless transition
of operations, while
retaining qualified
and experienced
CCA Human
Resources professionals
and employees from
other CCA facilities
will answer questions
about the transition
and provide details
on the benefits of
a CCA career. The
informational meetings
will be held for
two days each for
Graceville employees
on Thursday, May 6,
and Friday, May 7,
from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. at
Courtyard by Marriott,
located at 3040 Ross
Clark Circle, Dothan,

Food drive
Saturday, May 8,
is the Postal Service's
Annual Food Drive.
Postal customers are
asked to please donate
any nonperishable food
items by placing them
in or on their mailboxes
for pickup by the carrier
during their normal
route on Saturday. All
food is taken to local
food banks and is
greatly appreciated.
This food drive is
nationwide, so no
matter where you live,
you can donate and the
food will stay in your
hometown. If you have
a Post Office box and
do not receive street
delivery, donations
can still be made by
bringing the food
items to your local post
office. If you have any
questions about where
or how to donate,
please call the Chipley
Post Office at 638-
The annual National
Association of
Letter Carries (NALC)
Food Drive-held in
conjunction with the
Postal Service-is the
largest one-day food
drive in the nation. The
effort will help feed
families in all 50 states.
Donations of canned
goods will remain in
local communities.

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Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
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Living history at Washington

County Christian School
ashington County Chris-
tian School enjoyed a
tion Friday at the school on Brick-
yard Road. The presentation was
by Theophilus West, M.D. Camp,
Sons of Confederate Veterans and
the Marianna Reenactment Com-
The units represented were
the Finley Brigade SCV (Gadsden
." County) who wore the Confeder-
ate Marine Uniform and manned -:,- ...- fl -. *.
the mountain howitzer belonging '.
to the CSS Tallahassee Marines. -,
The second group of soldiers-
,i were from the Theophilus West,
M.D. Camp, Sons of Confederate
Veterans (Jackson County). They
represented soldiers who took
part in the Battle of Marianna.
One of these soldiers repre-
sented Private James Love who
was born and raised in Jackson
.*.,,,,....... County. In early 1864 he deserted
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mhe ionIeuerate wArmy anu joined
the 1st Florida Cavalry Regiment
(Union). He led the Union Army to
Marianna as a guide.
A member of the Washington
County Invincibles, Sons of Con-
federate Soldiers represented a
Confederate soldier from Wash-
ington County. The ladies were
from Loreta J. Velazquez Order
of the Confederate Rose (Jackson
County) and Mary Ann Harvey
Black Order of the Confederate
Rose (Gadsden County).
There were four "stations"
each showing some aspect of Civil
War life. Home and Camp life
which demonstrated how clothes
were cleaned and how foods were
prepared. Some items were salt
and cured pork, sea salt, corn

meal, honey, coffee beans, whole
wheat flour and other items from
the period.
There was also a station with
the Flags of Confederate Florida.
At "Soldiers Life" one part dem-
onstrated the back pack and the
personal items carried by the
Union soldier and the Confeder-
ate blanket roll and the items he
might carry. The other part of this
station was the demonstration of
a Confederate soldier in full cam-
paign gear.

The Artillery Station the kids
learned about the different posi-
tions and the jobs of artillerymen.
The kids also had the chance to
witness the firing of the moun-
tain howitzer. A mountain how-
itzer could be broken down and
transported on mules or horses.
The cavalry used them often, but
usually pulled the gun behind a
For more information go to

Washington County Relay for Life event kicks off May 14

Special to Extra
The 2010 Washington County
Relay For Life will be held on May
14 and 15. The 18-hour event will
begin at 6 p.m. on May 14. The
event will be held at Pas Park and
there will be convenient handicap
parking on Rustin Drive.
The philosophy behind the 18-

hour event is simple. It is about
empathy, understanding and
learning from people with cancer
who don't have the luxury of es-
caping their sickness, even for one
A new addition to the luminary
ceremony will be a slide show,
which will honor the true relay
for life heroes those who have

or are currently battling cancer.
To do this, a special display is be-
ing prepared for this year's event.
To contribute to the side show,
provide the name and picture
of someone you want to honor.
Please e-mail information to an-
nieoakley7810@yahoo.com. Please
include the following: name of the
honoree, the birth-death date or

number of years as a survivor, and
please specify as "in honor of" or
"in memory of." Send the photo as
a e-mail attachment.
Entertainment this year will
include: John Watson, Kolton
Sellers, Billy Lipford, 2nd Nature
Bank, Campbellton Men's Choir,
First Baptist Church Ensemble
and Pink for President.

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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Bonifay Book Club April meeting a success



50th anniversary for Forehands
Wilmer and Liller Forehand of Bonifay celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversary on April 10.
They spent an evening on the Lady Anderson with
family. They are the parents of Tim Forehand and
Teresa Skinner. They have three grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.

Halls' 25th anniversary
Frank and Patricia Hall, who will celebrate their
25th wedding anniversary on May 5, would like to
invite their friends and loved ones to come celebrate
with them at their anniversary reception May 8 at
4 p.m. in the fellowship hall at Old Mt. Zion Baptist
Church. The church is located on 1918 Old Mt. Zion
Rd in Ponce de Leon.
For more information contact Patricia Hall at
850-548-5467 or 850-685-5642.

Special to Extra
Bonifay Book Club met April 13 at
the home of Terri McCormick. Presi-
dent Jo Cone called the meeting to
order. Terri McCormick read the
minutes of the March meeting. The
minutes were filed as read.
Brenda Alford presented a review
of "The Help" by Kathryn Stock-
ett. Kathryn Stockett was born and
raised in Jackson, Miss. After gradu-
ating from the University of Alabama
with a degree in English and creative
writing, she moved to New York City,
where she worked in magazine pub-
lishing and marketing for nine years.
She lives in Atlanta with her husband
and daughter. This is her first novel.
"The Help" begins with 22-year-
old Skeeter, having just returned

home after graduating from Ole
Miss. She may have a degree, but it
is 1962, Mississippi, and her mother
will not be happy till Skeeter has a
ring on her finger. Skeeter would
normally find solace with her be-
loved maid Constantine, the woman
who raised her, but Constantine has
disappeared and no one will tell
Skeeter where she has gone.
Aibileen is a black maid, a wise
regal woman raising her 17th white
child. Something has shifted inside
her after the loss of her own son,
who died while his bosses looked
the other way. She is devoted to the
little girl she looks after, though she
knows both their hearts may be bro-
Minny, Aibileen's best friend, is
short, fat, and perhaps the sassiest

Nelson wins big at WFEC Appreciation Day

Special to Extra

ida Electric Cooperative
(WFEC) held its 73rd An-
nual Meeting/Member Ap-
preciation Day on Satur-
day, April 24, in Graceville.
The event took place at
the Graceville Civic Cen-
ter from 8 a.m. until noon.
Some of the activities that
took place throughout
the day included health
screenings, safety demon-
strations, a blacksmithing
demonstration and face
painting. Musical enter-
tainment was provided by
the Bibletones from Mis-
Complimentary sand-
wiches were served for
lunch by Southern Country
Barbeque and drinks were
provided throughout the
day by cheerleaders from
Cottondale High School.
Member-owners were
also able to register for
door prizes and enjoy a
great meal. In addition to
these events, members of
the cooperative heard an
address from WFEC Pres-
ident & CEO, Bill Rimes.
Rimes outlined some of
the significant events tak-

WFEC member-owner, Juanita Nelson (right) won the
drawing for a 4 kW Gillette Honda powered portable
generator donated by Cowart Air Compressor &
Generator, Inc. Vice President, Member Services,
Gary Clark presents Nelson with her prize.

ing place within the coop-
erative during 2009 like the
completion of the Automat-
ed Meter Reading (AMR)
conversion; the loss of
long-time trustee, Henry
Prescott; and the appoint-
ment of Myron Hudson to

the board of trustees.
Rimes also touched on
the impact recently passed
legislation could have on
the cooperative as well
as its members. He also
stated that the coopera-
tive is strong and contin-

ues to grow and enhance
its financial strength. In
fact, the cooperative was
able to reduce its whole-
sale power cost rate a few
weeks ago.
"Unlike most utilities,
it is our desire, through
our energy conservation
programs, to sell you less
electricity, not more,"
Rimes said. "That is why
the majority of our con-
sumer education efforts
have focused primarily on
energy efficiency and con-
servation," he continued.
In closing, Rimes urged
those in attendance to
make their voices heard in
Washington, D.C. by voting
in the November 2010 elec-
During the meeting,
member-owners also had
the opportunity to win a
variety of prizes such as
electric grills, small ap-
pliances, electronics and
more. WFEC awarded
member-owner, Juanita
Nelson of Chipley, Florida
the grand prize, a 4 kW Gil-
lette Honda powered por-
table generator, donated
by Cowart Air Compressor
& Generator, Inc. in Valdo-
sta, Ga.

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Livestock REPORT

Tri-state livestock Market
report for the week ending
April 30, 2010:
*Florida Livestock Auc-
tions: Receipts totaled $6,758
compared to $7,329 last
week and $7,341 a year ago.
Compared to one week ago;
slaughter cows were uneven-
ly steady; bulls were steady
to highere; feeder steers
were $3 higher; heifers were
$2 higher; replacement cows
were $1-2 higher.
*Georgia Livestock Auc-
tions: Receipts in 25 markets
totaled $11,934 compared to
$13,538 last week and $12,107
a year ago. Compared to one
week ago; slaughter cows
were $1-2 higher; bulls $1
higher; feeder steers were
steady to $2 higher; heifers
were $1-2 higher; calves were
steady to $1 higher; replace-
ment cows were unevenly
*Alabama Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$14,200 compared to $17,201
a week ago and $15,742 a year
ago. Compared to a week
ago; slaughter cows were
$1 higher and bulls were $1
higher; feeder steers were $1-

3 higher; feeder heifers were
$2 higher; feeder bulls were
$2 higher; replacement cows
and pairs were mostly steady.
Trade moderate with moder-
ate to good demand on feed-
Feeder Steers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $117-155-
GA $120-147 -AL $120-140
400-500 lbs.: FL $106-141
- GA $106-129 AL $110-
500-600 lbs.: FL $105-126-
GA $100-122 -AL $100-122
Feeder Heifers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $105-124
- GA $105-128 AL $108-
400-500 lbs.: FL $100-117
- GA $100-118 AL $102-
500-600 lbs.: FL $97-118
- GA $89-112- AL $95-110
Slaughter Cows: 90 Per-
cent Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL $41-56
- GA $49.50-60 AL $48-53
Slaughter Bulls: Yield
Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 lbs.: FL $61.50-
75 -GA $66-78 -AL $64.50-

woman in Mississippi. She can cook
like nobody's business, but she can't
mind her tongue, so she's lost yet an-
other job. Minny finally finds a posi-
tion working for someone too new to
town to know her reputation. But her
new boss has secrets of her own.
Seemingly as different from one
another as can be, these women
will nonetheless come together for
a clandestine project that will put
all at risk. And why? Because they
are suffocating within the lines that
define their town and their times.
And sometimes lines are made to be
McCormick served refreshments
to Brenda Alford, Joyce Brannon,
Cynthia Jo Cone, Mable Harris, Bar-
bara Howell, Edna McDonald, Di-
anne Smith and Hazel Tison.

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UF and Chiopla

to possibly offer

agricultural degree

Special to Extra

MARIANNA-The University of Florida and
Chipola College are exploring the possibility
of offering a bachelor of science degree in Ag-
ricultural Education and Communication on
the Chipola Campus.
Plans are to begin the program in the fall
of 2011 pending a favorable needs assessment
survey and sufficient student interest. Anyone
interested in the program is requested to com-
plete the survey found at www.surveymonkey.
Chipola students can obtain their associate
in arts degree from Chipola College, complet-
ing all prerequisites, and transfer immediate-
ly into the program. Students in the program
will be comprised of juniors and seniors and
will be registered as UF students.
Chipola Dean Bud Riviere, said, "This is a
wonderful opportunity to earn a degree from
UF on Chipola's campus. Prospective stu-
dent response is very important in terms of
determining the future of this program in our
For more information, contact Riviere at


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Send congratulations to the special
graduates in our community!
Featuring seniors from the
following high schools:
Holmes County High School
Bethlehem High School
Poplar Springs High School
Ponce De Leon High School
Chipley High School
Vernon High School
Graceville High School
S Th raduaCottondale High School
Deadline Approaching
T _J. 1o0MIS (OINTY The Graduation Section publishes Wednesday, May 26.
A111eS Place your ad by noon on Wednesday, May 19
vertiser (850) 638-0212
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Community NEWS

Pet memorial service
BONIFAY Ben's Place Animal
Rescue and Care Adoption, Inc. and
family and friends invite the entire
community to a Memorial and Tlibute
Service. In remembrance of out
companions and honoring care takers.
"Come and share your memories
with us," Ben's Place president Will
Morales said.
The Service will take place on May
15 at 10 a.m. at 1211 Sam Ard Road;
Bonifay. Refreshments will be served
after the service. The Love Offering
will be used to further spay and neuter.
For information call 263-7693.

Vidalia onions
for sale at BMS
BONIFAY Bonifay Middle School is
now selling Vidalia Onions. The sale
will end this Friday. Each 10-pound bag
of onions cost $10. If you would like to
purchase, please see a Bonifay Middle
School Student or contact JaLisa
Brannon at the school at 547-2678. All
proceeds this year will go toward the
purchase of new electronic sign to be
placed in front of the school. After this,
all proceeds will go directly back in to
each grade level for purchasing new
equipment and deferring some of the
costs of field trips for students.

Free childbirth classes
BONIFAY Beginning May 6, the
Holmes County Health Department
will offer a free child birth class for any
woman who is pregnant. Women are
encouraged to bring their partners
with them to the class.
The class lasts for the four
Thursday of May (May 6,13,20 and
27) from 5:30 7:30 p.m. at the Holmes
County Health Department. The class
will teach pregnant women about
what happens to a woman's body
before labor begins, Relaxation and
breathing, different stages of labor,
recognizing true labor verses false
labor, massage during labor, different
positions for labor, episiotomy, care of
newborn/ procedures after delivery,
breastfeeding and much more.
To sign-up for the class, or if
you have questions, call the health
department at 547-8500 ext. 246 or 247
and ask to speak to Glenna Padgett
RN or Valery Lawton FSP

PDL dinner theater
PONCE DE LEON The annual dinner
theater at Ponce de Leon High School
will be held May 21 and 22. This
year's production is "Once Upon a
Mattress," which is based on the fairy
tale "The Princess and the Pea." The
evening will consist of a meal of roast
beef, garlic mashed potatoes, green
butterbeans, broccoli casserole, salad,
tea, coffee and Oreo dirt cake, and the
show. For more information and to
purchase tickets please call the high
school at 836-4242.

WCCOA in Sunny Hills
SUNNY HILLS "The Washington
County Council on Aging is excited
about the new McKenna Community
Building in Sunny Hills and being
able to bring activities to the elderly,"
Director Mary Enfinger said.
"So far we have established
Friday's for games and socialization.
A group played Bunco and some just
talked and socialized. They decided to

bring a covered dish each Friday and
share lunch together.
"We are trying to start Line
Dancing on Wednesday afternoons
from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sign up if you
are interested so we can announce a
start date.
"Dale Eska art instructor will teach
a intermediate and advance class
for $20 a class with a class per week
on Tuesday mornings for 1 hours.
Sign up now so we can set up a date to
begin," Enfinger said.
For more information call Mary
Enfinger at 638-6231 or visit the
community center on Fridays and sign

Washington County
Tea Party meets
SUNNY HILLS The Washington
County Tea party will meet May 17
at 6:30 p.m. at the Sunny Hills VFD
building at 3681 Gables Boulevard. For
information call Karen Schoen at 850-
773-2415, Diane Vitale at 850-819-2236,
or email wcteaparty@bellsouth.net.

2010 Spring Band
concerts slated
CHIPLEY The Chipley Band
program has scheduled its Spring
Concert series featuring the bands
at Chipley High School and Roulhac
Middle School.
The 48-member CHS Symphonic
Band will hold the annual Spring
Concert on Friday, May 14, at 6 p.m.
in the CHS Auditorium. The Roulhac
Middle School bands will present a
spring concert on Monday, May 17, at
6:30 p.m., also in the CHS Auditorium.
Both the 50-member Beginning Band
and the 55-member Concert Band will
perform. CHS Auditorium is located at
1545 Brickyard Road in Chipley. For
more information, contact the Band
Office at 638-6100, ext. 525.

Farmers Market program
CHIPLEY- Washington County
Council on Aging has been awarded
a new contract from the Florida
Department of Elder Affairs for the
elder Farmers Market Nutrition
Washington County Council on
Aging Inc. will be taking applications
on May 7 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. at
the office located at 1348 South Blvd in
To be eligible you must be 60 years
of age, reside in Washington County,
and a household income for family of
one of not over $1670 a month, for two
in a family not over $2247 a month, and
for three in a family not over $2823 a
Services shall not be denied to any
person on account of race, religion,
national origin, or disability Each
person will receive $40 worth of
coupons to purchase fresh produce
from local farmers market signed upon
the program. Each person applying
must bring; a picture I.D., proof of
income, and a Drivers License. For
more information call 638-6217.

Wausau Council meeting
WAUSAU The regular scheduled
May 13 Town Council for the Town
of Wausau has been cancelled due to
Clerk being out on medical leave. The

next meeting will be on June 10 at the
Wausau Town Hall.

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 Thursdays 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.

Alzheimer's monthly
support group
CHIPLEY Covenant Hospice offers
a free monthly Alzheimer's support
group for caregivers at the Washington
County Council on Aging, located at
1438 South Blvd. at 10 a.m. on the third
Thursday of every month. To register
or for additional information, call
January McKeithan at 850-482-8520 or
888-817-2191. Free care for your loved
one provided by Facility Based Respite
Center on-site. For this service during
group meetingor any other time, call
VivianMcDonald at 638-6216.

Concert at Chipola
MARIANNA-The Romanenko-
Yoshikawa Duo will present a concert
in the Chipola College Arts Center,
Sunday, May 9, at 3 p.m. The concert
is sponsored by the Chipola Fine
and Performing Arts Department.
Admission is by donation only. The
duo includes cellist Alexei Romanenko
and pianist Christine Yoshikawa
and will feature works by Valentini,
Schnittke, Liszt, Romanenko and
Strauss. For information visit: www.
alexeiromanenko.com and www.

Master goat program
QUINCY On May 14 and 15
and May 28 and 29, Florida A&M
University will be hosting the 4th
Annual Master Goat and Sheep
Program at Florida A&M University's
Research and Extension Center in
Quincy, from 8 a.m. 4 p.m. EST. This
is a four-day training program that
will include classes in production,
financial and legal risks for small
ruminant producers, herd health
management, nutrition and pasture
management, reproduction and
breeding and marketing and much
more. Hands on training will also be
provided. This program is designed
for beginning and advanced small
ruminant producers. Registration
fees are $45 and include training
materials and meals. For more
information please contact Joy Dixon
at 850-875-8555 orjoyl.dixon@famu.

Art show and sale
PANAMA CITY Panama City Artists
presents the 9th Annual Show and
Sale at the Visual Arts Center. Multi
media exhibit featuring works of 46
local artists. On exhibit through May
23. Vote for you favorite work of art-
People's Choice Winner announced at
2:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 23.
The Visual Arts Center is at 19
East 4th Street, Downtown Panama
City. For information call 850-769-4451,
or e-mail info@panamacityartists. On
the net at www.panamacityartists.net.

Honor ROLL

Ponce de Leon
High School third nine

'A' Honor Roll
Sixth grade: Caleb
Short, Tyler Smith
7th grade: Deli-
lah Bass, Dusty Grif-
fin, Elisabeth Jackson,
Shelby Rushing, Shelby
Simmons, Crete Zorn
8th Grade: Haley
Goddin, Taylor Man-
9th Grade: Jose-
phine Carlson, Ashlee
Freeman, Christan
Hamilton, Makala
Hicks, Matthew Hicks,
Stephanie Moore, De-
siree Rushing
10th Grade: Ty Al-
ford, Eli Burgess, Kait-
lyn Carroll, Derek Coo-
ey, Reid Davis, Brianna
Freeman, Brista Locke,
Jessie Martin, Jaciee
Mayo, John Sumpter,
Logan Taylor, Alicia
11th Grade: Alex
12th Grade: Brandi
Baker, Brittany Brown,
Justin Ellis, Vanessa
Hamilton, Brittany
Manning, Tyler Nixon,
Keaton Peak, Desirae
Pratt, Tori Rushing,
Andy Stafford, Mariah

'AB' Honor Roll
6th Grade: Jesse
Armstrong, Justin
Barnhouse, Aaron
Bass, Craig Cruz-Find-
ley, Zachary Frost,
Jessie Garner, Gavin
Hewett, Maycee Hol-
mes, Ethan Honeycutt,
Adrienne Luebano, Jes-
se Slay, Lacy Stafford,

Chelsea Watson
7th Grade: Aus-
tin Burnette, Mariah
Burns, Maranda Car-
roll, Brittany Chapmen,
Austin Knight, Trevor
Mercado, Brianna
O'Neal, Riley Seago-
Werner, Chris Stout, Ju-
lia Williams
8th Grade: Brittany
Alford, Victoria Ben-
ton, Erika Brookshire,
Nicholas Demauro,
Chris Ford, Cody God-
din, Derrick Martin,
Cassaundra Pauley,
Marissa D. Powell, Cory
Short, Boone Slay, Seth
9th Grade: Cody
Best, Justin Cassidy,
Mossad El Sankar, Ash-
ley Harper, Ethan Mer-
chant, Holly Parson,
Klayton Peak, River
Stewart, Tyler Thomp-
10th Grade: Brianna
Adams, Evan Blalock,
Ashley Brooks, Ian Car-
michael, Jasmine Flock,
Clay Jackson, Kacie
Kolmetz, Dustin Land-
ers, Dallas Moring, J.
Tyler Smith, Kaycee
Tate, Skylar Vickery
11th Grade: Taylor
Bowers, Haley Brag-
don, Hillary Harper,
Shanae Little, Allie
Rushing, Chad Tidwell,
Samantha Walters
12th Grade: Justin
Brannon, Colton Camp-
bell, Morgan Ford, Jes-
sica Herring, Melodie
Hinton, Timothy Hol-
land, Brandon Howell,
Randi Hudson, Tyler
Hudson, John Lewel-
ling, Reva Locke, Mi-
chael Lunt, Tyler Mayo,
Dishaal Patel, Josh Tet-
low, Nicholas Ward

Book sale in Enterprise Friday

Special to Extra

Friends of the Enterprise,
Ala. Public Library is
holding a "Dive Into
Reading" Book Sale on
Friday, May 7, from 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the library..
Members of the Friends
of the Enterprise Library
association are also invited
to a "Friends Only Pre-Sale
Evening" on Thursday,
May 6, from 3 6 p.m. at the

library. New memberships
will be accepted at the door.
Popular fiction,
nonfiction, children and
young adult books, as well
as DVDs, CDs, videos and
audiocassettes and many
other items will be on sale.
Donations prior to
the sale are welcome.
The Friends cannot
accept textbooks,
incomplete encyclopedia
sets or Readers' Digest
Condensed Books.

Local Man Gallops 1.2 Miles
Without Pain
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America is afraid of prayer

For 59 years, Americans
of many denominations
have gathered on the first
Thursday in May to pray for
our leaders in every aspect
across this land because we
know God hears and answers
our prayers and because we
love this land. FROI
Tomorrow, May 6, HE
Christians will use their God- Tin
given right, as proclaimed
in our great Constitution, of free
speech and lift our voices and hearts
to God almighty in unison for this
nation we call home.
As the National Day of Prayer
(NDP) approaches people come out
of the woodwork wanting to take
away from Christians one of the two
main reasons our forefathers came
and were willing to sacrifice all they
had to escape religious and tax
On April 15, federal District
Court Judge Barbara Crabb went
against the Constitution that
plainly states that the government
shall make no ruling which effects
religion, when she declared the NDP
unconstitutional. (It would be good if
judges would read the Constitution
before they rule.) Then the Pentagon
uninvited Franklin Graham from
praying there on the NDP so those
of the Muslim faith would not be
I have read many blogs and e-


mails that I believe give
a clearer picture of what
Americans are thinking
4 than you get from national
^" newscasts which report
biased opinions. It's great
that so many are upset for
Graham. But why are we not
A THE upset that military chaplains
kRT are being told that they can
Hall pray in any name, except
Jesus Christ? They can
pray to Buddha, Mohamed, even to
Tim if they want, but they are not to
mention Jesus Christ.
Where is the outcry as schools
have allowed Muslims to take their
times of prayer during the school or
work hours, but Christian students
and teachers are not allowed to bow
their heads in a school house that
might give the inclination that they
are praying, or mention Christ in
their graduation speeches, or at the
opening ceremonies of ball games?
Where is the outcry that
employers allow Muslin employees
to take holy days off, and even
smokers get smoke breaks, yet they
penalize people who say that it is
against their religious (Christian)
beliefs to work on Saturday, the
Sabbath, or Sunday, the Lord's Day?
In reading blogs I came across
one titled, "Why are Liberals So
Afraid of Prayer?" I would even add,
"Why are they afraid of Jesus Christ,
the only Son of God?" In another

blog someone even mentioned
praying for Arizona, but someone
else came back and said "there is no
need to pray, prayer does not work,
it is time for action" So might I ask,
if prayer does not work, how did we
get where we are, and why is there
such as battle to do away with it?
The answer to that question is very
simple. No matter where you stand,
we can all look at the history of this
world and know that there is great
power in Prayer. Actually, prayer
is the most powerful element this
world has ever known and the name
of Jesus Christ is the most powerful
name ever known to man. That is
why history is rightly written HIS-
Around the globe and across
America, I invite you to join us, not
only on May 6, but everyday, to pray
for Israel, America and individuals
you know who are lost, that God
will save. Please stand with us and
defend our rights to pray and have
free speech.
If you live in Florida, be sure
to thank your senators and
representatives for passing House
Bill HB31 and CS/SB 1580, which
allow our students and teachers
once again to pray and keep school
boards and superintendents from
cowering down and signing contracts
with the ACLU or any other party
as was done in Santa Rosa County.
Please call the governor and urge

him to sign these bills. "Let the
redeemed of the Lord say so, whom
He has redeemed from the enemy"
(Psalms 107:2 NKJV).
"Then He spoke a parable to
them, that men always ought to pray
and not lose heart, saying: 'There
was in a certain city a judge who
did not fear God nor regard man.
Now there was a widow in that city;
and she came to him, saying, 'Get
justice for me from my adversary.'
And he would not for a while; but
after a while; he said within himself,
'Though I do not fear God nor
regard man, yet because this widow
troubles me I will avenge her, lest by
her continual coming she weary me.'
"Then the Lord said, 'Hear what
the unjust judge said, and shall God
not avenge His own elect who cry
out day and night to Him, though
He bears long with them? I tell
you He will avenge them speedily.
Nevertheless, when the Son of Man
comes, will He really find faith on the
earth?" (Luke 18:1-8)

Tim Hall is the author of "Church
Go To Hell! Please?" and senior
pastor of Gully Springs Baptist
Church, three miles west of the
light at U.S. Highway 79. He can be
reached at timhall_2000@yahoo.
corn, timothyjhall.org or c/o Gully
Springs Baptist Church, PO. Box
745, 2824 Highway 90 West, Bonifay,
FL 32425.

This Message Courtesy Of

BROWN Badcockmore
1068 Main Street, Chipley Hwy. 77 S, Chipley 638-4097
638-4010 Hwy, 79 S., Bonifay 547-9688

Washington County News F"t L 4 C4,d
Holmes County Times-Advertiser "come as you are"
Mike Orr, Pastor
1364 N P ilnii. Chipley0 638-0212 1300 South Blvd.- PO Box 643
112 E.V 'i..i Bonifay'547-9414 Chipley, Florida
112 V 1. .oniay*;- 54-914(850) 638-1830

H./.PeeI,Jr.,LFD Stephen B. Register,
Veronica Peel, LFD CPA
2849 Church St.. 850-535-2115 1552 Brickyard Road
301 E.Evans Ave.* 850-547-4114 Chipley, FL 638-4251

In all thy ways acknowledge Place your message
Him, and He shall direct thy here for only $8.00
paths, per week.
Proverbs 3:6

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Ministry BRIEFS

National Day of Prayer
in Chipley May 6
CHIPLEY The Chipley Ministerial Asso-
ciation invites everyone to join on the steps
of the Washington County Courthouse for
the annual observance of the National Day
of Prayer, Thursday, May 6 from 12:15 p.m.
until 12:45 p.m.

BCF offers Women's Study courses
GRACEVILLE The Baptist College of
Florida (BCF) in Graceville will be offering
four classes in Women's Studies, taught
by Adjunct Professor Judy Patrick. The
Women's Study courses, designed to equip
leaders and strengthen women's minis-
tries, can be taken individually or as part of
a special track in the Ministry or Missions
degree programs, For more information
about The Baptist College of Florida's
Women's Studies courses and all of the
upcoming courses for the fall, call 800-328-
2660, ext. 460.

Family and Friends Day
CHIPLEY -Johnson's Temple First Born
Church of The Living God will be celebrat-
ing its annual Family and Friends Day on
May 9 at Johnson's Temple located at 805
Orange Street in Chipley. The Rev. Leon-
ard Mitchell of Longview TX, will be the
guest speaker. Services will begin at 11:30
a.m. with a fish fry after the service.

Sing on May 9
CHIPLEY Sing at Lakeview UM Church
on Pate Pond Road, May 9, at 1 p.m. fea-
turing The Gospel Echoes from DeFuniak
Springs. For more information call 850-373-

Day of Prayer breakfast
BONIFAY Bonifay First United Meth-
odist Church is inviting the community
to participate in a non-denominational
"National Day of Prayer Breakfast" on
Thursday, May 6, from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
in the Fellowship Hall of the church at 202
N. Oklahoma Street, across from the court
house. The breakfast is a "come and go
affair" with times of prayer at 6:40 a.m. and
7:20 AM. Prayer will be offered for the na-
tion, local government, churches and for
local civic and church leaders

Fish fry fundraiser
A fish fry fundraiser is scheduled
for May 8 at the Rock Hill Church and
Cemetery. Everyone with family buried in
the cemetery is encouraged to come. Bring
a covered dish to compliment the fish and
enjoy a neighborhood fellowship at noon.
Donations are needed to pay for monthly
mowing. For more information, call 638-
1911 or 638-0966.

President Thomas A. Kinchen speaks during the fall 2009
graduation ceremonies.

BCF announces graduation

and senior honors day

College of Florida in Gracev-
ille will hold commencement
exercises on Friday, May 14,
at 10:00 a.m. for the 58 se-
niors who have completed all
of the requirements to earn
their degree. For graduates,
the commencement exercise
is the visible culmination of
the sacrifice, hard work, de-
termination, and long hours

of study.
Graduates will also be
honored on Wednesday, May
5, at 10 a.m. during the Se-
nior Honor's Day service
held in the R. G. Lee Cha-
pel featuring BCF President
Thomas A. Kinchen as the
guest speaker. For more de-
tailed information on gradu-
ation events, please contact
850-263-3261, ext. 460.

BCF Jazz Band returns from tour

GRACEVILLE The eclectic
Jazz Band from The Baptist
College of Florida in Gracev-
ille, under the direction of
BCF Professor Ron Branning,
recently returned from their
Spring Tour that took them
through a good portion of the
state playing a series of con-
certs for various churches and
schools from Noma to Day-
The whirlwind tour in-
cluded performances at the
First Baptist Church of Noma,
First Baptist Church of Boni-
fay, First Baptist Church of
Wausau, Hogan Baptist Church
in Jacksonville, and First Bap-
tist Church of Orange Park.
The talented group also played
concerts for the following high
schools: Chiles High School in
Tallahassee, Clay High School
in Green Cove Springs, Warner

Christian Academy in Daytona,
and Sandalwood High School
in Jacksonville.
"Because of the unique na-
ture of the music of this group,
we can easily cross over be-
tween church settings and
school settings," stated Bran-
ning. "We play familiar hymns
arranged in various jazz styles
in our church concerts, and
we play a variety of some of
the great standards of the
jazz repertoire when we are
in the schools. But wherever
we play, we try to be a positive
influence for the Kingdom of
For more information on the
BCF Jazz Band and upcoming
musical performances contact
the BCF Music and Worship
Division at 850-263-3261, ext.
427 or visit www.baptistcollege.



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Opal E. Padgett

Jack Evans

Jack Evans, 80, died,
April 20 at Bay Medical
Center. He was born in
Centerpoint, Ind. on Oct.
27, 1929, to Arthur and Ru-
fina (Crafton) Evans.
He was a laborer of
foundry and retired from
Bridgetport Brass Com-
pany. He had lived here
since 1997, coming from
Indianapolis and was of the
Protestant faith. He was
a life time member of the
VFW and a member of the
Lions Club.
He is preceded in death
by four brothers, Donald,
Richard, Bill and Carroll

He is survived by his
wife of 58 years, Eula J.
Evans, of Chipley; two
sons, David B. Evans and
wife, Jill, of Concord, Mich.
and Mark D. Evans and
wife, Suzy, of Newman, Ga.;
one brother, Marion M. Ev-
ans and wife, Patt, of Los
Alamos, N.M.; one sister,
Madge Weaver and hus-
band, Tim, of Brazil, Ind.;
and two grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held, April 24 at Brown
FRneral Home Chapel with
the Rev. Danny Burns offi-
ciating. Memorialization by
cremation, Brown Funeral
Home directing.

Opal Edwards Padgett
died April 24 surrounded
by her loving family, at her
home in Westville. She was
born in Apalachicola, May
23, 1925, to the late H.A. Ed-
wards Sr. and Nell Eubanks
Edwards. She was Baptist by
faith and a long-time mem-
ber of Hickory Hill Baptist
She was preceded in
death by her husband of
53 years, Charles Quinton
Padgett; her brothers, H.A.
Edwards Jr. and Sherwood
Edwards; twin sister, Rachel
Edwards; and grandson Ja-
son Wyrosdick.
She is survived by sisters,

Jerry Harmon of Bainbridge,
Ga. and Joyce McNeal of
Westville; children, Sandra
Wyrosdick and husband,
Pete, Wanda Lou Burgess
and husband, Danny, Charles
Daniel Padgett, and Peggy
Gill and husband, Benny;
five grandchildren; five
great-grandchildren; and one
great-great grandchild.
Memorial services will
were held April 26 at Hickory
Hill Baptist Church, West-
ville. Pastors Chris Nelson,
Dan W Padgett and Stacy
Stafford officiating. Inter-
ment followed in the church
cemetery, Peel Funeral
Home directing.

Jane Hartzog, 63, died
April 27. She was born
March 24,1947, in Brooks-
ville, to Nathan and Lizzie
Forehand Sellers. She
was Baptist by faith and a
member of the First Bap-
tist Church of DeFuniak
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Na-
than and Lizzie Forehand
Sellers; and one brother
Michael Allen Sellers.
She is survived by her
son, Steven Hartzog of
Ponce De Leon; three
daughters, Janet Shu-
man and husband, Dan,
of Ohio, Penny Jones and

husband, Rodd, of Westville
and Betsy McKee of DeFu-
niak Springs; four sisters,
Betty Andrews of DeFuniak
Springs, Hellen Thorton
and husband, Donnie, of
Florala, Ala., Lucie Taylor
and husband, Kent, of West-
ville and Dianne Morris and
husband, Don, of Ponce De
Leon; and numerous nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were
held April 30 at Clary-Glenn
Funeral Home with the Rev
Stacy Stafford officiating.
Burial followed in the Old
Mt. Zion Cemetery in Ponce
De Leon, Clary-Glenn Fu-
neral Home directing.

Jared S. Whalen

James Q. Williams

Carol Y.E. Day

Jared Scott Whalen, 16,
of DeFuniak Springs, died
April 18 in Honolulu, Ha-
waii. He was born Nov. 14,
1993, in Florida to Sean and
Linda Yerby Whalen. He
was a resident of DeFuniak
Springs, and was Method-
ist by faith.
He was preceded in
death by his brother, Shane
Whalen; and grandmother,
Jane Marie Fogt.
He is survived by his
mother, Linda Whalen and
her fiance, James Burt,
both of DeFuniak Springs;

Opal Blackburn Ev-
erett, 84, of Bonifay died
April 26 while residing
in the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital's
Skilled Nursing Care Cen-
ter, Chipley. She was born
Dec. 12, 1925, in Holmes
County. She was a mem-
ber of First United Meth-
odist Church in Bonifay.
She is preceded in
death by her parents,
Floyd Green Blackburn
Sr. and Cennie Mae Bry-
ant Blackburn; husband,
Joe Brady Everett; a step-
mother, Deniece Lucas

maternal grandparents, Ed
Yerby of Niceville and Ja-
net Huppert and husband,
Norman, of Enterprise,
Ala.; two uncles, Ward
Yerby and Rick Yerby and
wife Kay; and numerous
Funeral services were
held April 26 at Clary-
Glenn Freeport Chapel
Funeral Home with the
Rev. Ed Chandler officiat-
ing. Burial followed in the
Hatcher Cemetery, Clary-
Glenn Freeport Chapel
Funeral Home directing.

Opal B. Everett
Hilton Blackburn; brother, I
Floyd Green Blackburn a
Jr.; sister, Helen Mae a
Tate; granddaughter, c
Jesse Raven Wilcox; and I
son-in-law, Bobby Wilcox. h
She is survived by five I
children, Darlous Ellis J
and husband, Jerry, Su- I
san Furr, Ersil G. Everett 1
and wife, Theresa, Sharee e
Wilcox all of Bonifay, and
Dennis Everett and wife, v
Jo Ann, of Marianna; six I
grandchildren; six great- v
grandchildren to home B
she was "Little Granny"; I
two brothers, James M. d

James Q. Williams,
84, of Byhalia, Miss., died
April 25 in Bartlett, Tenn.
He was born on July 31,
1925, in Bonifay to James
Perry and Victoria Patrick
Williams. He was a U.S.
Navy veteran of World
War II and a charter mem-
ber of Leaclair Baptist
He is survived by his
wife, Dorothy Williams;
one daughter, Gayle
(Mark) Hoing of Olive
Branch, Miss.; three sons,
Michael (Kathy) Wil-

Blackburn of Immokalee
nd Randall Blackburn Da
and wife, Sarah, of Slo- (L.
'omb, Ala.; two sisters, th(
)orothy B. Vann and De
husband, Raymond, of a c
Iartford, Ala. and Martha cai
Jo Hendrix and husband,
t.J., of Graceville; and 195
0 nieces and eight neph- Ja
ews. lat
Graveside services coi
were held April 29 at me
Bonifay City Cemetery De
with the Rev Kenneth Fo
Martin officiating, Peel sei
mineral Home of Bonifay Ma
directing. Na

liams of Blytheville, Ark.,
Rick (Becky) Williams
of Bartlett and Chuck
(Renae) William of Eads,
Tenn.; and 12 grandchil-
dren and one great-grand-
Funeral services were
held April 28 at the Mem-
phis Funeral Home with
interment following in
Memory Hill Gardens
Cemetery. Memorial gifts
may be made to the Al-
zheimer's Association on
the charity of the donor's

Sgt. 1C Johnny Alan
avis (Ret.), 59, of Westville
ake Victor area) died at
e VA Medical Center in
ecatur, Ga., April 26 after
courageous battle with
He was born March 4,
51, in Orange County, to
ne Palmer Davis and the
e Johnny Davis. He was a
ntractor with the Depart-
ent of Defense and the
apartment of the State.
r 28 years he proudly
rved his country in the
marine Corps and Army
national Guard. During this

Carol Y Enfinger Day
(Flowers), 69, died April
27 at her residence in Cot-
tondale. She was born in
Santa Rosa County, and had
resided in Jackson County
area for the past 20 years.
Carol attended the First
Assembly of God Church of
She was preceded in
death by her husband, War-
ren C. Flowers; three sons,
Lowell Day, Ricky Day and
Glenn Day.
Survivors include one
daughter, Sherri McBride

Johnny A. Davis
time, he served in Vietnam,
Desert Storm and Opera-
tion Enduring Freedom. He
traveled around the globe as
an antiterrorism assistance
program instructor; training
troops to protect the country
he loved.
He is preceded in death
by his father, Johnny Da-
vis; and a granddaughter,
Emma Gamble.
Survivors include one
daughter, Danielle (Jim)
Gamble and one grand-
daughter all of Indepen-
dence, Mo.; mother, Jane
Davis of Geneva, Ala.; three

and husband, Randy, of Cot-
tondale; five sons, Gerald
McDaniel of Cottondale,
Danny Day and Donald Day
of Pensacola, Bruce Day of
Atmore, Ala., and Richard
Day; and 16 grandchildren
and 10 great -grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held May 1 at Maddox
Chapel with Pastor James
Lamb officiating. Interment
was held at First Assembly
of God Cemetery in Cotton-
dale, James & Sikes Funeral
Home Maddox Chapel di-

sisters, Fran Washington
of Midland City, Ala., Linda
Howell of Geneva and The-
resa Davis of Westville; and
several nieces, nephews,
other extended family and
Funeral services were
held May 1 in the chapel of
Sorrells Funeral Home in
Geneva with the Rev. Justin
Shields officiating, Sorrells
Funeral Home directing.
Memorials may be made to
St. Jude's Children's Hospi-
tal, Memorial & Honor Pro-
gram, 501 St. Jude Place,
Memphis, TN 38105.

William Mitchell

Clinton Cooper

Dorothy Z. Glass

William Mitchell, 72, of
Chipley, died April 29 at a
local hospital. He was the
co-founder and co-owner
of Mitchell Brothers Roof-
ing. He was a member of
Victory of Faith Fellowship
He is preceded in death
by his parents, Tillious and
Mary Julia Mitchell; and a
brother, Robert Mitchell.
He is survived by his
wife, Maxine Mitchell; two
sons, Bill Mitchell (Te-
resa) and Wayne Mitchell
(Trish); three daughters,
Lisa Donn (Robert), Robin
Margules (Joel) and Holli

Smith (Terry); two broth-
ers, Roscoe Mitchell (Lu-
cille) and Bunyon Mitchell
(Judy); three sisters, Jean
Syfrett, Geri Messick
(Amos) and Jeffie Palmer;
one sister-in-law, Grace
Mitchell; and 14 grandchil-
dren; and five great-grand-
Funeral services were
held May 1 at Sand Hills
Baptist Church with Bro.
Keith Gann officiating. In-
terment followed at Victory
of Faith Fellowship Church
Cemetery, Kent Forest
Lawn Funeral Home di-

Clinton Cooper, 63, of
Vernon, died April 23 at
Doctors Memorial Hospi-
tal in Bonifay. He was born
Sept. 1, 1946, in Roberts-
dale, Ala. to the late Walter
Benjamin Cooper and
Cathern Thomley Cooper.
In addition to his par-
ents, he is preceded in
death by his wife, Theresa
Cooper; daughter, Shir-
ley Treman; sister, Edna
Carnley; and brother,
Jerry Walter Cooper.
He is survived by a
son, Clinton Cooper Jr. of
Bonifay; a daughter, Mary
Sue Deserior of Tampa;

three sisters, Gladys Gal-
loway, Vitana Gordon and
Lettie Collins and hus-
band, Wilford, all of Ver-
non; two brothers, Leroy
Cooper and wife, Bonnie,
and Leon Benjamin Coo-
per both of Vernon; and
several grandchildren,
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were
held April 25 at Unity
Baptist Church with the
Rev. Wesley Hall officiat-
ing. Interment followed in
the Unity Baptist Church
Cemetery with Peel Fu-
neral Home of Bonifay

Dorothy Zenobia Stan-
difer Glass, 84, of Gracev-
ille, died April 28. She was
born Jan. 22, 1926.
She is preceded in
death by he parents, Ed
and Ella Standifer; two
sisters, Nelma Hardy and
Eddie Ruth Pilcher; and
two brothers, Web Standi-
fer and Bill Standifer.
She is survived by her
husband, Wiley A. Glass of
Graceville; sister, Jeanette
Bedsole of Tavares; broth-
ers and sister-in-laws,
Fred Glass (June) Blount-
stown, Walt Glass (Liz) of
Tallahassee, Burton Wil-

son (Betty) of Graceville,
Virgina Newman (Warren)
of West Lake, La., Betty
Standifer of Panama City,
Clara Glass of Houston,
Mary Glass of Gastonia,
N.C., Ben Glass (Sherry)
of Crestview, Ted Glass
(carol) of Williston, Ricky
Glass of Houston; and sev-
eral nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were
held May 1 at Damascus
Baptist Church in Gracev-
ille with the Dr. Jerry
Oswalt. Burial followed
in the church cemetery,
Williams Funeral Home

Courtney Elizabeth Bright, 24,
of Marianna died April 22 in Lake-
land. She lived most of her life in
Marianna, where she was a member
of First Baptist Church. She also
lived in Hartford AL for a number of
years and attended Geneva County
High School.
She was preceded in death by her
grandfathers, C.T. Bright and James
L. Floyd; and her stepbrother, Justin
E. Ketchum.

Courtney E. Bright
Survivors include her father,
Travis Bright of Marianna; her
mother and stepfather, Lisa and
Steve Ketchum of Hartford, Ala.;
three brothers, Tab (Libby) Bright,
of Pensacola, Chad Bright of Mari-
anna, and Eric Walding of Hartford
Ala.; two stepsisters, Stephanie (An-
thony) Bowden, and Lauren (Drew)
Fountain both of Hartford; grand-
mothers, Mary D. Bright of Mari-
anna and Ann T. Crum of Graceville;

Minnie L. Thibos

and aunts, Kathy Bright (William)
Bass of Panama City, Sherry (Ger-
ald) Whitehead of Alford, and Beth
Reed and Shannon Sizemore both of
Funeral services were held April
26 at First Baptist Church with Dr.
Shannon Eads and Dr. Thomas
Batts officiating. Interment followed
in Pinecrest Memorial Gardens with
James & Sikes Funeral Home Mad-
dox Chapel directing.

Great American composer featured in spring concert

Baptist College of
Florida in Graceville
takes pleasure in con-
cluding each semester
with special programs
and performances that
showcase the many tal-
ents of its students. One
such event will be held
on Thursday, May 6 at 7
p.m. as the BCF College
Winds will present their
Spring Concert featur-
ing the music of com-
poser Aaron Copland.
Copland is widely
known as "the Dean
of American Compos-
ers." He balanced
modern music with
classic American folk
styles, and his creations
were used in concert
and film music. He
was a teacher, lecturer,
critic, writer, composer


BCF College Winds perform in the R.G. Lee Chapel.

and conductor, compositions under the and open to the public.
The BCF College direction of BCF Associ- For more information,
Winds will perform a ate Professor Ron Bran- please call 800-328-2660
wide range of Copland's ning. The concert is free ext. 427.


Minnie Lee Thibos, 88,
of Chipley, died April 28
at her home. A native of
Chipley, she was born in
Caryville, to William and
Lillian (Harcus) Ellis on
March 28, 1922. She was a
dispatcher for L & N Rail-
road and a member of the
Chipley Church of Christ.
She is survived by one
son, Charles Thibos and
wife, Deborah, of Key Lar-
go; one daughter, Pat Law-
man and husband, Michael,

of Tampa; one brother, Earl
Ellis of Iron City Ga.; and
five grandchildren, and two
Services were held, May
1 at Brown Funeral Home
Chapel with Minister Wes
Webb officiating. Interment
followed at Glenwood Cem-
etery, Brown Funeral Home
of Chipley directing.
Donations may be made
to Emerald Coast Hospice,
4374 Lafayette, St., Mari-
anna, FL 32446.

Feliksas Bociunas

Feliksas Bociunas, 93,
of Sunny Hills, died April
25 at his home. A native of
Lithuania, he had been a
resident of Sunny Hills for
the past 27 years, coming
from Montreal, Canada.
He was a member of
the St. Theresa Catholic
Survivors include his
wife, Bronislava Bociunas
of Sunny Hills; one son, Vy-


tas, Spuduls and his wife,
Teresa of Ontario, Canada;
one granddaughter and
one grandson.
Funeral mass was held,
April 29 in the St. Theresa
Catholic Church with the
Monsignor Francis Szczy-
kutowicz officiating. Inter-
ment was held in Missis-
sauga, Ontario, Canada.
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley directing.

Shane Obert

Jane E. Hartzog

1556 Brickyard Road63821
Chipley, Florida 638-21 L




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City of Chipley
Request for Proposals
The City of Chipley will
accept proposals for
refurbishing its 150,000
G.E.T located at the
Tommy McDonald In-
dustrial Park. Included
in this proposal will be
a long term perpetual
maintenance program.
The exterior paint sys-
tem on this tank con-
tains lead based prim-
ers. All regulations per-
taining to lead paint by
O.S.H.A. must be met.
All bidders must visit
the job sight and be fa-
miliar with the tank and
surrounding area. Bids
will not be accepted
from companies that
are not in the business
of long term mainte-
nance programs. Con-
tact Mr. Tod Barfield at
850-638-6346 for ques-
tions and/or specifica-
tions. Respondents are
required to submit an
original and two (2)
copies in a sealed en-
velope marked
FOR 150,000 GET".
Proposals must be re-
ceived by 2:00 p.m. on
June 5, 2010, at the
City Hall of Chipley, at-
tention Pamela
Whitfield, City Clerk.
The mailing address is:
PO. Box 1007, Chip-
ley, Florida 32428. The
street address is 1442
Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, Florida 32428.
As published in the
Washington County
News May 1,5, 2010.

Bids for furnishing all
labor, materials, equip-
ment, and services re-
quired for the Work
known as Concrete
Parking & Sidewalk
Renovations as shown
on the drawings and as
directed by the PHA @
five sites known as
FL15-1A, FL15-1B &
FL15-11 Graceville,
Florida, FL15-2 Cot-
tondale, Florida &
FL15-9B Blountstown,
Florida New Concrete
& Asphalt Parking &
Paving as well as Land-
scaping and all assocl-

ated work will be re-
ceived until 1:00 PM lo-
cal time on 27 May
2010 at the office of the
Housing Authority
(PHA) indicated below.
At this time and place
all bids received will be
publicly opened and
read aloud.
Without force and ef-
fect on the Bidding
Documents and the
proposed Contract
Documents, the work
required is briefly de-
scribed as: Partial site
modernization, the
Work known as Con-
crete Parking & Side-
walk Renovations as
shown on the drawings
and as directed by the
PHA @ five sites known
as FL15-1A, FL15-1B &
FL15-11 Graceville,
Florida, FL15-2 Cot-
tondale, Florida &
FL15-9B Blountstown,
Florida New Concrete
& Asphalt Parking &
Paving as well as Land-
scaping and all associ-
ated work.
The work required is
fully described in the
Bidding Documents
consisting of the Proj-
ect Manual and the
Proposed Contract
forms, Drawings and
Project Manual are on
file in the office of the
consultant Mr. Randall
O'Barr, Post Office Box
357, Baldwin, Georgia
30511, telephone (706)
206-1725 or (706)
244-0105, Fax (706)
754-4121. Bidding Doc-
uments may be ob-
tained by providing a
payment of $35.00 per
set of Documents to
the Consultant. No
partial sets will be is-
sued. Information re-
garding this Project, in-
cluding a list of the
Plan Holders will be
provided upon request.
Each bid shall include
Bid Guarantee in an
amount equal to five
percent of the Bid.
Provide as a certified
check or bank draft
payable to the PHA;
U.S. Government
Bonds, or as a properly
executed Bid Bond with
surety acceptable to
the PHA. A Surety
Company executing
the Bid Bond must be
authorized to transact
business in the Project
State, and must appear
on the most current
U.S. Treasury
Department's Circular
No. 570. The success-
ful bidder is required to
provide satisfactory
Performance and Pay-
ment Bonds prior to ex-
ecution of the Agree-
Refer to provisions for
equal employment op-
portunities and pay-
ment of not less than

minimum salaries and
wages indicated in the
Project Manual.
Each bid shall include
the following:
A properly executed
Bid Form.
A properly executed
Bid Guarantee.
A properly executed
Non-Collusive Affidavit.
A fully completed Form
HUD 5 3 6 9 A ,
"Representations, Certi-
fications and Other
Statements of Bidders".
Small businesses, sec-
tion three business and
minority firms are
urged to submit pro-
posals. Certification as
a Minority-business En-
terprise (or number of
partners, shareholders,
employees who are
members of minority
classification or are
women) should be in-
cluded in the Bid pro-
posal. Refer to Articles
38, 39 and 40 of The
General Conditions.
The PHA reserves the
right to reject any and
all bids, and to waive ir-
regularities and formali-
ties in the bidding. No
bids may be withdrawn
for a period of sixty
days subsequent to the
opening of bids without
PHA consent.
Northwest Florida Re-
gional Housing Author-
Housing Authority
Post Office Box 218
(5302 Brown Street)
A d d r e s s
Graceville, Florida
City, State, Zip Code
As published in the
Washington County
News April 28, & May
Case No. 67-09-CA-306


SECTION 45.031(1),
Notice is hereby given
that pursuant to the Fi-
nal Judgment of Fore-

closure and Sale en-
tered on the 28th day
of April, 2010, in Case
Number 67-09-CA-306
of the Circuit Court of
the Fourteenth Judicial
Circuit for Washington
County, Florida, in
which Farm Credit of
Northwest Florida,
ACA, is Plaintiff and
Choctawhatchee River
Estates, LLC, Larry An-
chors and David Barron
are Defendants, I,
Linda Hayes Cook, as
Clerk of Court, will sell
at public sale the fol-
lowing described real
property located in
Washington County,
Government Lot #1: E
1/2 of SW 1/4; SW 1/4 of
SE 1/4; LESS: Com-
mence at the SE corner
of the SW 1/4 of the NW
1/4 of Section 18, Town-
ship 2 North, Range 16
West, run N 0 49'43"E
51.45 feet, thence
N88 15'17" W along the
North side of a graded
road a distance of
661.50 feet, thence
S049'43" W 152.00
feet, thence N 8910'17"
W 550 feet to a point
on the High Water Line
of the Choctawhatchee
River and the point of
beginning of parcel to
be described herein,
thence S89 10'17"E 550
feet, thence NO049'43"E
152 feet, thence
S88 15'17"E along said
road 661.50 feet,
thence N 0049'43" E
1267.74 feet, thence N
8918'34" W 1323.05
feet, thence S0 57'43 W
450 feet to a point on
the High Water Line of
said River, thence
Southerly along the
East Bank of said River
to the Point of Beginn-
ing. ALSO LESS: Be-
ginning at the North-
east corner of said SW
1/4 of SE 1/4 run West
300 feet, thence South
726 feet, thence East
300 feet, thence North
726 feet to the point of
beginning. Lying in
Section 18, Township 2
North, Range 16 West,
Government Lot #1: E
1/2 of NW 1/4 of Section
19, Township 2 North,
Range 16 West; LESS
the South Half.
All of the above de-
scribed property is ly-
ing East of the Choc-
tawhatchee River and
being in Washington
County, Florida.
Being more particularly
described in that sur-
vey by Leonard F
Hinson, Sr., PSM
#3532, dated 02-15-05
and described as fol-
The Southwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4, less 5.00
acres in the Northeast

corner and the East %/
of the Southwest 1/4 and
Government Lot 1 Less
Lots Sold, lying in Sec-
tion 18, Township 2
North, Range 16 West,
of Washington County,
The Northeast 1/4 of the
Northwest 1/4 and the
North % of Government
Lot 1, lying in Section
19, Township 2 North,
Range 16 West, of
Washington County,
The sale will be held on
the 3rd day of June,
2010, at 11:00 a.m.
(central) to the highest
and best bidder for
cash at the Washington
County courthouse in
accordance with sec-
tion 45.031, Florida
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.
Dated: April 28, 2010
As Clerk of Court
By: J.C. Rogers
Deputy Clerk
As published in the
Washington County
News May 5,12, 2010.
Florida Department of
Transportation Project

Bids will be received by
the Tallahassee Office until
10:30 A.M. on Wednesday,
May 26, 2010, for Proposal
ID T3338. A Certification
of Qualification is not re-
quired for this Pedestrian
Safety Improvement proj-
ect on CR 77A (FALLING
610067 in Washington
County. Budget Estimate
$141,854.00. Complete
letting advertisement infor-
mation for this project is
available on our website at
tm or by calling (850)
As published in the Wash-
ington County News April
28, May 5, 2010.
NO. 10-1021
Quiet Title Action

1395 Paxon Place
Media, PA 19063
Address Unknown

NOTICE TO: Richard
and Stella R. Chadner

I 1100
You have been sued in
Court. Notice is hereby
given that John L.
D'Agostino, filed the
Civil Complaint against
you in the Court of
Common Pleas of Del-
aware County, Pennsyl-
vania, No. 10-1021 in
which he is seeking to
quiet title to the prem-
ises, Folio Number
Bullens Lane, Ridley
Township, Delaware
County, Pennsylvania.
A complete legal de-
scription of the subject
premises is included in
the Complaint. If you
wish to defend, you
must enter a written ap-
pearance personally or
by attorney and file
your defenses or objec-
tions in writing with the
Court. You are warned
that if you fail to do so
the case may proceed
without you and a judg-
ment may be entered
against you without fur-
ther notice for the relief
requested by the Plain-
tiff. You may lose
money of property or
other rights important
to you.
Front & Lemon Streets
Media, Pennsylvania
(610) 566-6625
Further inquiry can be
directed to counsel for
the Plaintiff as follows:
Michael S. D'Agostino,
Esquire, 215 Bullens
Lane, Woodlyn, PA
19094; (610) 874-7118.
As published in the
Washington County
News April 28, May 5,
Tharp & Sons Mini Storage
in Chipley will hold a pri-
vate sale on these units for
non-payment of rent. Ten-
ants will have until May 15,
2010 to pay in full. No
checks accepted.
1. B.J. Davis
Chipley, FL
2. Marc Cushman
Westville, FL

I 1100
3. Barbara Shirah
Cottondale, FL
4. Jessica Hewitt
Chipley, FL
5. Unknown, means-no
contract-no pay
6. Ryan Phillips
Chipley, FL
As published in the Wash-
ington County News April
28, May 5, 2010.


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stock pots, sewing ma-
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loads of craft supplies,
computers, monitors,
printers, scanner, large
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tools, routers, saws,
drills, garden supplies,
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1 Co Inc., Applications maybe I days, vacation & check. Email resume 3BR/1BA. Chipley For e still Phone
apoi s acceptlng obtained fromany sick leave, 401(k) to abeckman@ rent or sale. Large lot. 850- 956-1220
applications for a TnCounty plan, etc. Send re- I1364 N. Railroad Ave. waciwireless.com Avail 6/1/2010. Refer 850-956-1220_
Multi-Family Yard Licensed HVAC Community Council, sumes to: Nathan Chipley, Florida ences, no pets, smoke
Sale Saturday, Contractor to work Offices Land via e-mail to: For more information i free environment.
5/8/2010, 8a.m. until, as an hourly and submitted by nathan land @link. I or to apply online, visit 547-2091.
Hwy. 160, 2/10 mile employee for then Monday, May 9, freedom.com www.freedomcom For Rent: 2BR/1BA
B1mt40Weaphe.zaonMdySee "Careers" 086100 Business/ For Ren 2B--B
east of Bethlehem 2010, at 4:00 p.m. FR EDOM I I commercial Mobile Homes $300.
School. Lots of stuff. A SUMProgram.OF For information and Eal Oirlines are Hrng. 6110 -Apartments month, plus $300. de-
few handmade items TIan application call q Opportunity Train for high paying 6120- Beach Rentals posit, no pets. Call
Yard Sale, May 8th DUTIES: Bridgett Cassiday DFWP EOE | Employer Aviation Maintenance 6130- Condo/Townhouse 850-547-2043 Leave
5 r8 Soh hn Perform a variety of meAssentag y Drug-free Workplace Career. FAA approved 6140- House Rentals For Rent. 3BR/2BA meage
1585 South Blvd, Chip- general maintenance ffi(850) 5473689. program. Financial aid 6150 -Roommate Wanted brick home. $675/mo., message.
ley. Furniture, girl's duties. $600 damage deposits For Rent: 2BR/1BA
Successful apphiant quah led Hous ng 6160 Rooms for Rent For Rent 2B
clothes of all sizes. QUALIFICATIONS: Successfuppicant aval able CALLAva 6170 Mobile Home/Lot 1579 Davdson Rd., trailer, Ponce de Leon
Women plus size, toys, LIh ChOl will be subject to available. CALL Ava- 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
Women plus s izetoys, High school diploma pre-employment ton Institute of Mainte- 6190 TimeshareRentals Chpley. Available June area. $250.00 a month.
chld rens books and (GED), year drugtes I tr e nance (866)314-3769. 6200- Vacation Rentals 1 st. 850-258-2080. 850-259-9113.
Perform a variety of ':ehabilitatio
general ,I ............ ... iEI
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1Yard Sale. Fri I Must be willing to Ii r il- i-ii -i N r-.ig en e
7th-Sat, 8th. comply with r-, i r .I, ,.I-
I tenor, name brand I screening and iL- '-I-_----.--- I
shoes, church drug testing. ________ m__mm_____
clothes, large, misc. Applications may be
IBetween Wausau &I| obtained from any ------ C "
Vernon at 2782 Hard, Tr, County I ,
Labor Rd. 638-9465. Community Council, NEW YORK
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loads. Cummins Bullets (850) 547-3689 Office- Assistant OPEATOS (850) 547-0726 Ir ir,:r i Call Anytime.I-. I
1-800-741-9707' (850) 547-3689. I1-I, _ON USI r(850) 676-4900
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Devastator Hollow considered. ,:,-, I ...- .. 0 M 547-4709 ROOM OPEN i .
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850-638-0212 850-547-9414 'Aeri.-

Washington County News Bus: 850.415.1217 638-0212
Cell: 850,573,1270 "' "'" 85 06)87Q I
Holmes County Times-Advertiser jasonM11orrisOwner ; 5i I455 : 47-9414
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| 6170 7100 1 7150 | 7160 7160 1| 7190 7190 8110 1 8330
Chipley,3BR/2BA Reduced, 210 acres, 3 Fleetwood MH, 1454, 32X80 4BR/2BA Wind East GA 28 AC- NC Mountains- Brand
Brick Home. generation of planted pine, 1BR/1 BA. Extra large bed- Zone I, $38,500. You $1,975/AC Creeks, new $50,000 Mountain Public Auction Over
2 car garage. spring with hardwood, room, kitchen & living move. Call Brad @ hardwoods, planted Top tract reduced to 250 Travel Trailers
For Rent: mobile 1,650sq.ft. high elevation with views room. 8x12 deck front & 850-763-7780. pine, great small hunt- $19,500 Private, near Spec/Dealer Models
home; 2BR/2BA, new w/wrap around of rolling hills. Great hunt- back w/rails & steps. Like ing tract (478)987-9700 Boone area, bank fi- May 15th Philadelphia,
carpet & floor covering, screened porch on 1 ing, (deer, turkey) or beau- new. Never been lived in. New 16X80 3BR/2BA stregispaper.com St. nancing, owner must For Sale. 2002 Crown MS Online Bidding
storage area. Subject acre just outside city tiful Ranch setting. 12 mn Call Milton Peel, 638-1858. Wind Zone I, $35,900. Regis Paper Co sell (866)275-0442 Victoria. Power win- Available No Minimum
to back ground check, limits. Tile/carpet, from 1-10 (Walmart) S Includes set up, A/C, ___ _-----dows, power locks, AC. Price www.henderson
No pets, 4101B Doug- ceiling fans, many Jackson County $1,900 an steps. Call Brad @ New Log Home at the Runs Great. $2500. auctions.com (225)
las Ferry Rd. $395.00 upgrades acre, 850-899-5623. Pos- 850-763-7780. Lake & 5 AC $69,900 8508497716 or 6862252 Lc#136
plus utilities & deposit. Indoor laundry, 26X32 sible owner financing. For Sale: Double wide New 3BR/2BA Dou- w/FREE Boady Slips 638-3132.
850-547-4606 or workshop, sprinkler trailer, 3BR/2BA zone 1 blewide MH on 1 acre, sh 2100 sf log home &
850-260-9075 system, gutters.. ish 2100 sf log home &
85-$189,500. Two8 acreson BedieRd, rated, $15,000. to be large garage & shop. beautifully wooded 5
Mobile Homes in Cot- 850-638-0560 or Two 9 acres on Bedie Rd. moved. 850-535-4132 850-638-4953. acre lake access parcel
Mobile Homes850-774-3034 Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- w/ free boat slips on
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi 8507743034 res on Buddy Rd. One 10 pETTrIE' COUNTRY EALT private, recreational
les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, -acres on Gainer Rd. V TI lake in Tenn Quiet AUOtIE,MMNE Call To Place
& 2br, 2ba, avail. Total For Sale: 3BR/2BA house, Owner financing For more cited BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER commuECEOAL
elec. (850)-258-4868 or 1350 square feet, wood info call Milton Peel @ Country (Florida & Alabama) ated community. CE 8100-Antiqu&Colleibles An Ad In COMPLETEPACKAGES
850-209-8847 www.charlos floors, fenced in back 850-638-1858. 205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425 now 888)792-5253 8110 -Spo CarsUtiliVehicllassifieds.
countryliving.com yard. Call 850-258-9569 (850) 547-3510 x.2457 TNLand/Lakes, 813 0- Trucks 95
---v---- NICE 2 BR BRICK HOME CHIPLEY-REDUCED---3 LLC 8140- C eialWashington All Welded
OWNER HELP BR 2 BA DWMH ON LOT EDGE TOWN 9,900 81 orycles Count News AlAm Boat
/ FINANCE 7160 20 AC FARM 3 BR HOME POND BARNS PASTURE- M8oua Smtr Mn8170 Auto Parts
k AFINANCEieseat Smo638-0212
House & Land $235,000---1 ACRE -$12,500---9+ ACRES WITH Great Smoky Moun- & Accessories 850
Chipley, 2/3 bedroom, 16X80 3BR/2BA. New ELECTRIC-$42,000---4+ ACRES 3 BR 2 BA HOME tains Leve to olling 8210 P na Waterra ( ) 6380212
2 bath. Like new. carpet & paint CHIPLEYREDUCED-$79,900---15ACRESFENCED Speedway43 not far to 8230-Sailboats HolmesCounty B
Fenced lot, on 3 acres w/fireplace, $17,900. PASTURE-$79,900---NICE 2 BR BRICK IN TOWN- see races Only 8240 Boat & Marine
w/pond. Only 45 mins 14X60 2BR/1BA, $59,900----2 HOMES ON 10 ACRES-$150,000--- $69,900. www.SusanC 8245 Supplies Times-Advertiser Bonifay Florida
REAES FOR to PC beach. Ap- $14,000. Call Brad @ NICE 4BR 2.5A HOME IN TOWN-119,900---10 Cox.com Realty Execu- 831 BAirrall/Aiaton547-9414 www.xtremeindustries.com
A.STAFO S praised at $150,000, 850-763-7780. ACRES MH OWNER FINANCING-$75,000 tives of Kingston 8320 ATV/af Road Vehcles (850) 547-9414
71:00- Homes asking $139,900.---- I!o
710 Ho $139, 0 WE GET RESULTS NATIONA(865)7173232. Call Su-8330- Campers & Trailers
7105 Open House 314-346-3303. 17X70 2BR/2BA. ,n_- -n n -- .. san Cox (865)250-6941 8340 Motorhomies
7110- Beach Home/ Setup w/AC. $14,900.
7120 Commercial Cl
7140 Fs. l 850-763-7780 4 Jorge Says We'll Work Hard To Earn Your Business at
7150 Lots and Acreage ui co
7160-Mobile Homes/Lots 3BR/2BA, Quiet coun-
71L For Sale, Leisure Lakestry living on 4.4 acres. D RING
7180 -Investment 3.66 acres. Horses Only 50 minutes from
7190- Out-of-Town & boat ramp. $42,500, has hurricane strength
Real Estate OBO. 535-2081, 373-6318. tiedown, split bedroom SALE ENDS 5-0-10
h Gator Pond off Hwy. office, large" e -' --N EV E H IC--M NA
77 near Sunnyhills in deck/porch, and
7100 Washington County; hot-tub. The .:
Approximately 2 acres pumphouse/shop and
3 Homes For Sale in high and dry, next to barn have electricity
Chipley. Presently rented, water management and water. ""
Price reduced. All on large area, secluded, quiet. MSL # 2 3 9 4 6 6ERO
lots w/fruit trees. Price negotiable, possi- $110,000.00. Call Bev GR ,I- ".VI
850-547-2091 or ble owner financing. 850-209-5211 or Clar- IEE DLC STAFF *INO GAMESOiIi4MMifA RED
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needs. Home a fair price. Pickup &
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5, 2010


I JNC .NT.........
1100 -Legal Advertising
1110- Classified Notices
1120- Public Notices/
1125 Carpools &
1130 -Adoptions
1140- Happy Ads
1150 Personals
1160 Lost
1170 Found

Get Your Classified Ad
I in I
Call now for details
and be noticed!
I 638-0212 I

A Musical stay-home
mom & successful ath-
letic dad will LOVE &
CHERISH baby forever.
Jim & Amelia Expenses
paid. FL Bar 0247014,
Are you pregnant?
Considering Adoption?
Loving married couple
seeks to adopt. Will be
full-time Mom(Age 36)
and Devoted Dad. Fin-
ancial Security. Expen-
ses Paid. Kim/Bill (888)
399-3255 FL Bar#

A special thanks for
one of the greatest
blessings on me
from God, my Mom,
Linda. Thanks for
putting up with me.
Love, John

Thank you Lord for
our amazing Mom,
Shirley. You knew
exactly what you
were doing when
you gave her to us.
Happy Mother's Day!
We love you so
Lisa& Misty

2100 Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120- Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
2140 Pets/Livestock
2150 Pat Memorials

For Sale: AKC Choco-
late Lab puppies, 1
male and 6 females,
Block head. Ready to
go. 850-260-1455

For Sale: Poultry, Baby
chicks, $1.00 each, Baby
Geese, $10.00 each, Baby
Guineas, $2.50 each, Baby
ducks, $2.50 each.
8950-547-3129 or cell

3100 -Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120 -Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3210 Free Pass it On
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)

Foreclosed Home
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Auction: 5/22 Open
House: May 8, 15 & 16
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I 3130 3230 3240 4100 4100
NEW LOCATION!!!! Estate Sale, 4 Days Caring individual's
Michelle & HC'sAuc- Left. Misc items,. 8-2, a Caring individual's -
tion Friday and Sat. Ends needed to provide r-_--,----
4100 Pate Pond Rd May 15. 638-8804, AMMO. 9mm, 38/357 personal care services Bntally
(OLD VFW BLD) Ver- 1098 Orange Hill Rd. Devastator Hollow to elopmenta ults
non, FL Every Satur- Points, $18-$22. Call disabedyoung adult. General
day, 6p.m. Miscellane- CBL and some weekend hool andCa
ous Auction. SAVE MONEY some weekend hours andTri-County
Multi-sellers. 1-800-741-9707 inChipley Vernon and Community crn
Selection varies. Cash, In House Sale. Friday 850-260-1342, Chipley Bonifay areas. Back- Council, Inc.,
Credit/debit card. & Saturday, 7th&Sth, _ ___ ground check required, is accepting
Thinking Auction? Call 8am-until. 1604 Orange Previous experience applications fora
850-547-9140 Hill Hwy. Rain or shine. working with individu- Maintenance/Construction
Michelle Roof Dishes, furniture, yard als receiving APD or Laborer
FL AU3014 AB2224 tools, microwave. 3300 ARC services preferred. and/or
CASH NOW! Get cash Contact Naquitta or General Laborer for
for your structured set- Jim during business the Weatherization
tlement or annuity pay- hours M-F 9-4 proram
ments. High payouts. (850)547-4415 SUMMARY OF
I W INDOOR YARD SALE. Call J.G. Wentworth._______ DUTIES:
B&B Furniture 1342 North Saturday, May 8, 1-866-SETTLEMENT Perform a variety of
RR Avenue, Chipley. We 9am-1pm. Rain or (1-866-738-8536) Rated r - -g- - eneralrmaintenance o
pay cash for clean, quality shine! 1368 N.Railroad A+ by the Better Busi- duties
furniture. 850-557-0211 or Ave. Formally Historic ness Bureau. a QUALIFICATIONS:
850-415-6866. Ask for Chipley Antique Mall. Dish Network $19.99/ General High school diploma
Pasco or Carolyn ------ ----- Dish Network $19.99/iGeneral High s d a
Pasco or Carolyn .J ..t.r. meo Lowest Price FREE (GED), 1 year
Installation No Equip- Tri-County related experience.
ment to Buy FREE Community REQUIREMENTS:
LARGE ABANDONED HBO & Showtime for 3 Council, Inc., Perform a variety of
3230 GOODS SALE. Like a mos. 150 HD Channels is accepting general mainte-
SFlea Market, but yard Available. Call (866) applications for a nance.
sale prices. Friday and 202-9196 Licensed HVAC Must be willing to
Saturday, May 7th and Contractor to work comply with back-
Big Big Yard Sale: 8th, 8:00AM-5:00PM. Fish for Stocking Ponds. as an hourly ground screening
May 7Bh & 8h o Located on the bypass Channel Cat Fish, Blue employee for the and drug testing.
May 7th & 8th from (Maple Avenue) Ge- Gill, Shell Cracker, Large Weatherization Applications may be
8:00 a.m until. Behind neva, AL. Near Court- Mouth Bass. Lake Geneva Program. obtained from any
armory (Bonifay). Furn-house Fisheries. 334-684-6473. SUMMARY OF Tri-County
ture, golf clubs, DUTIES: Community Council,
clothes, shoes, purses, For Sale. Four cemetery PerSorm a variety of Offices
what-knots, kitchen ap- plots. $500 each. Located genPeralmaintentance and submitted by
pliances, to much stuff at Moss Hill Methodist dutgeneralmaienance Monday, May9,
to list. Follow signs and Multi-Family Yard Church near Vernon on QUALIFICATIONS: 2010, at 4:00 p.m.
check it out! YA'LL Sale: Saturday Hwy 279. Call daytime; Hh school diploma For information and
COME! Rain or shine 5/8/2010, 8a.m. until 850-785-0264, after 5:00, High school diplan applicationcall
-Hwy. 160, 2/10 mile850-7695339. related experience. Bndgett Cassidayn
east of Bethlehem REQUIREMENTS: Office Assistant
School. Lots of stuff. A Perform a varietyof (850)547-3689.
few handmade items 7 r general Successful applicant
Huge 2 Family Garage 10 maintenance. will be subject to ,
Sale; Rained out last Yard Sale, May 8th, Wanted: Junk appli- Must bewingto pre-employment
weekend; Friday, Sat- 1585 South Blvd, Chip- ances. Lawn-mowers, comply with drug test.
urday 8:00a.m. 3074 ley. Furniture, girl s farm and garden equip- background Only qualified appli-
Southride Lane, off clothes of all sizes. ment, golf carts, satel- screening and cants will be consid-
Hwy 79, mile south Women plus size, toys, lites for free. I will pick drug testing. ered.
of 1-10 Bonifay. Tools, chldrens books and up. Call 850-547-0088 Applcatons may be EQUAL
furniture, 30" interior much more.7am-12pm. obtained from any OPPORTUNITY
door, lots of misc. r T-County EMPLOYER AND H
850-849-2171 0 D G A Community Council, I UG S MOKE
-- - I Offices and L FREE WORKPLACE.
850Yad e l7 1 ImUSIC LESSONS; submitted by
Yard Saleat F'l iano Gutar, Bass Monday
7th-Sat, 8th. Drums, Banjo, Mando- May 9, 2010,
HUGE YARD SALE. 7:30-untli. Home In- im, Violin, Flute. Cov- at 4:00 p.m.
Friday and Saturday tenor, name brand ington Music. We buy For information and Call To Place An Ad
(May 7 and 8), shoes church
(May 7 and 8), shoes, church sc used musical instru- an application call In Classifieds.
8am-2pm each day clothes,n la isc. ments. Downtown Bndgett Cassiday, Washington Count
weather permitting. On Between Wausau & Chipley 850-638-5050. Office Assistant asi n County
Hwy 279, approx 4.7 Vernon at 2782 Hard I (850) 547-3689. News
miles south of 1-10 hLaborRd 638-9465. Successful applicant (850) 638-0212
(Caryville exit). Bread will be subject to Holmes County
machine, fish cooker, pre-employment Times-Advertiser
stock pots, sewing ma drug test.
chines, small kiln, 3240 Only qualified (850) 547-9414
loads of craft supplies, AMMO- .380, 9MM, applicants will be
computers, monitors, 40S&W, 45ACP 38/357, i considered.
printer nanner lhre 1 44 4rl_ 7 RFl -iriEI-
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OBO. 535-2081, 373-6318.
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