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BRIEFS

Gas price update
Average retail gaso-
line prices in Florida
rose 0.3 cents per gal-
lon last week, averag-
ing $2.66 per gallon
Friday, June 25. This
compares with the
national average that
has increased 0.7 cents
per gallon last week
to $2.74 per gallon,
according to gasoline
price website, Flori-
daStateGasPrices.com.
Including the change
in gas prices in Florida
during last week, prices
on Friday were 0.5
cents per gallon higher
than the same day one
year ago, and are 5.0
cents per gallon lower
than a month ago. The
national average has
decreased 0.4 cents per
gallon during last month
and stands 1 3.5 cents
per gallon higher than
this day a year ago.

INSIDE


The watermelon
parade rolled
through town
Saturday

A5

The Prattler takes
a trip to the
watermelon patch

A6

Watermelon
activities were
well attended
Friday, Saturday

A7


INDEX
Opinion........................ Page A4
Extra........................ Page Bi
Classifieds................ Page B5

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Commissioners modify fire funding


County adopts purchase order system for rural fire departments


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON The Washington
County Board of County Commis-
sioners unanimously adopted a
purchase order system for rural
fire departments Thursday night.
Action was taken at the BOCC's


regular meeting held at Vernon
City Hall.
The system would go into effect
Oct. 1 for fiscal year 2010-11. Any
money left in the departments' ac-
counts could be carried forward to
the next year.
The measure would affect only
non-municipal departments. All
county fire departments received


annual funding from the BOCC, but
commissioners agreed to check
municipal audits from Chipley, Ver-
non, Wausau, Caryville and Ebro to
review how county fire funds are
spent by those departments and to
institute the purchase order sys-
tem only for rural departments.
"We need to do something so
these fire departments are ac-


Keith Nixon returns from


,...IN Nashville to perform at


| Watermelon Festival

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JAl I FLE ULII JU
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
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said after his set Saturday
after-noon at the 34tl Annu-
al Panhandle \\aterImelohn
Festial "I can't belhiee this many
p)eoplle came out ""


the Washington County Ag Center to
hear Nixon provide the headline en-
tertainment after Shane Owens, T.
Graham Brown and T.G. Sheppard
opened the festival at Pals Park Fri-
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Washington County considers

hiring public works director


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON The Washington
County Board of County Com-
missioners voted 4-1 Thursday
evening to consider funding
the position of public works di-
rector in the fiscal year 2010-11
budget. Commissioner Charles
Brock voted in opposition.
The BOCC has been con-


sidering a draft job descrip-
tion for a public works director
since May. The draft is only
the most recent of several
times over the years that the
BOCC has hired or considered
hiring a public works director
primarily to supervise county
road work.
Interim County Manager
Emory Pitts said that he could
budget almost all of the pro-
posed $57,000 salary.


Brock has been in opposi
tion to hiring a public works
director. "It's a bad, bad time
to put a $57,000 position on the
road," Brock said, citing the
sluggish economy and what he
said was the need to purchase
materials and fund needed
maintenance work. "At leas
wait until budget time."
The BOCC also approved
See HIRING A8


countable for the money," said
Commissioner Donnie Strickland.
Strickland put together a group
that presented a fire department
consolidation plan to the BOCC in
May.
"What I am hearing from tax-
payers is that they want the money
See PURCHASES A8


Plenty of activities

scheduled for

holiday weekend

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
High gas prices got you down? Don't want
to drive in all this heat? Still trying to make
ends meet during the recession?
Say no more. Holmes and Washington
counties are offering a wide variety of activi-
ties during the Fourth of July weekend:
*The Orange Hill Fire Department and
Cypress Creek Community Church present
The Orange Hill Family July 4 Celebration on
Sunday, July 4. Celebration starts at 3 p.m. and
fireworks start at 9 p.m. There will be family
fun, kids' activities, great food and fireworks.
Admission is free. Festival style; seating bring
a lawn chair or blanket. No coolers or alcohol
allowed. For more information, call 850-814-
5937 or visit www.orangehillfire.info.
*The Sunny Hills Boat Lake facilities will
be open July 3 and 4 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Free
watermelon from noon to 3 p.m. to all hold-
ers of a season pass or day pass. There will
be a bounce house for kids, plus facilities for
horseshoes and beach volleyball. There will
be five more picnic tables and six more char-
coal grills, water service and a large grill in
the pavilion. Kathy Rudd of Woodmen of the
World will provide free DNA testing and fin-
gerprinting from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For infor-
mation, call 773-0084, 326-2612 or e-mail boat-
lake@sunnyhillsflorida.org.
*The City of Vernon hosts its annual Holi-
day Extravaganza on Saturday, July 3. The
pancake breakfast at the Community Center
next to City Hall starts at 7 a.m. and the car
show is at 10 a.m. The Stars and Stripes Musi-
cal is at 2 p.m. in the Community Center and
the parade lineup begins at 3 p.m. At 4 p.m.,
the annual July 4 parade gets under way. Ac-
tivities then shift to the Sportsplex on Moss
Hill Road, across from Vernon High School.
The invocation is at 5:30 p.m., and political
candidates will speak beginning at 5:45 p.m.;
live gospel music gets under way at 6:30 p.m.,
and fireworks at 9 p.m. For more information,
call 535-2444 or go to vernonflorida.net.
*The Bonifay Kiwanis Club presents "The
Biggest All Night Sing in the World" Saturday
July 3 at Holmes County High School, 825
West Highway 90 in Bonifay. The sing begins
at 6 p.m. and will feature The Hoppers, The
Triumphant Quartet, The Gann Family, The
Bibletones, The Greens and the talent search
winner. More information in the Extra section
of today's Washington County News, at boni-
s faykiwanis.org or by calling 547-5363.
e *The Holmes County Ministerial Asso-
e ciation hosts the annual Panhandles Pride
e celebration on Sunday, July 4 at the Holmes
e County Recreation Department behind the
e IGA in Bonifay. The free festivities began at
d 6 p.m. There will be lots of free food, such as
t hamburgers, sausage dogs, ribs, watermel-
ons, snow cones, drinks, etc. plus games for
d the kids and great music for everyone until
dark, when the fireworks display begins. For
information, call 547-3920.


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Wednesday, June 30, 2010


New air conditioning

system coming for Vernon

Community Center


By JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON A new air
conditioning system is
coming to the Vernon
Community Center. Ver-
non City Council accept-
ed the low bid from P&P
Heating & Cooling for
$19,760.94 at its regular
meeting Monday night.
The new system in-
cluded two 10-ton units
to improve heating and
cooling at the increas-
ingly popular venue for
weddings, reunions and
other events. "There are
groups reserving it a year
in advance," said City
Clerk Sherry Cobb.
Council also heard a
report on the cut in the
water line on Hwy. 79
Friday that left the city
without water for two
hours and led to a boil
water notice that was


lifted Monday morning at
8:30 a.m. Cobb reported
that an inexperienced
worker was operating
a backhoe and cut the
line accidentally. It was
the fourth time the line
has been cut during the
project to widen Hwy. 79,
Cobb said.
City Attorney Kerry
Adkison is working on a
new ordinance on bill-
board. Billboard are rap-
idly springing up along
the highways through
Vernon and the City has
requested an ordinance
as soon as possible.
Council also approved
annexing the park just
north of the bridge into
the City. Cobb said that
ownership of the park
had been transferred to
the City by the Florida
Department of Transpor-
tation but the property
was not actually within
City limits.


Freedom Communications names new CEO


IRVINE, CA Freedom Communi-
cations, parent company of The News
Herald, The Northwest Florida Daily
news and eight weeklies from Milton
to Apalachicola, announced today
that Mitchell Stern has been named
president and chief executive officer.
Stem, a member of the Freedom
Board of Directors, previously served
as president and chief executive offi-
cer of DirecTV U.S.
"We are very pleased that Mitch
has agreed to lead Freedom Com-
munications as its Chief Executive
Officer," said Chairman of the Board
James Dunning Jr. "With his 30 years
of experience in the media industry,
he brings a wealth of experience and
forward-thinking to the job. His tal-
ents as both a strategic thinker and
a hands-on executive are a perfect fit
for Freedom, and make him the right
person to lead our talented associates
and diverse properties in tackling the
challenges of the new media environ-
ment."
Stem will assume his new duties
July 1. He succeeds Burl Osborne,
who as Interim CEO led Freedom
through its recently completed re-
structuring. Osborne will remain on
the Board of Directors and also serve
as a special adviser to the Company.
"This is a great opportunity at


a great company,"
Stern said. "There is
a multitude of talent
at Freedom and a
real desire on the part
of everyone to move
forward and create
new ways of serving
STERN the company's many
communities. With
its local focus and na-
tional breadth, and with a successful
restructuring behind it, Freedom is
perfectly positioned to demonstrate
what it means to be a new kind of me-
dia company. My job from day one will
be to focus all our talents and ener-
gies on achieving that goal."
Prior to his service at DirecTV
U.S., Stern was Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer of Fox Television
Stations Inc. in Los Angeles from
1998 to 2003 and President and Chief
Operating Officer from 1993 to 2003.
He was Executive Vice President
and Chief Operating Officer at Fox
Stations Group from 1992 to 1993, Se-
nior Vice President of Fox Television
Stations, Inc. and Vice President and
Station Manager at KTTV-TV Los
Angeles from 1990 to 1992, and Vice
President and Chief Financial Officer
from 1986 to 1990.
Earlier in his career, Stern held


various programming and manage-
ment positions at CBS Corporation in
New York from 1978 to 1986. He has
a Master of Business Administration
degree from the University of Chi-
cago and received his undergraduate
degree from the University of Penn-
sylvania.
Stern also serves on the board of
the Triton Media Group.
"As we welcome Mitch into his
new role, I also want to take the op-
portunity to recognize and thank Burl
Osborne for the outstanding job he
did as Interim CEO for the past year,"
said Dunning. "He stepped in at a
critical time and his leadership was
instrumental in helping Freedom
move rapidly through a sometimes
difficult and ultimately successful re-
structuring."
Freedom Communications, head-
quartered in Irvine, Calif., is a nation-
al privately owned media company
operating print publications, broad-
cast television stations and interac-
tive businesses. The company's print
portfolio includes approximately
100 daily and weekly publications,
plus ancillary magazines and other
specialty publications. The broad-
cast company's stations reach more
than 3 million households across the
country.


Water district gets federal grant for improvements


Funding to the Northwest Flor-
ida Water Management District to
improve and complete flood haz-
ard maps totals $16.8 Million with
a recent grant of $1.9 Million from
the Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency (FEMA). The grant
was approved by the District gov-
erning board this week and will
improve flood risk maps primarily
in Gadsden, Gulf Calhoun, Leon
and Liberty counties.
"FEMA notified us of addi-
tional grant funding under its
new program, RISK MAP, to fill
deficiencies that were recognized
in processing flood hazard maps
of the Apalachicola and Ochlock-
nee river basins," said Ron Bar-
tel, District Director of Resource


Management. "This work will also
support out reach for our costal
counties, including upgrades to
our website, NWFWMDflood-
maps.com"
"I am pleased with the diligent
work of District staff that has per-
suaded FEMA to continue fund-
ing for data collection that will
serve many water resource pur-
poses," said District Executive
Director Douglas Barr. "More
accurate flood maps and flood
elevation data across northwest
Florida will improve storm water
engineering and flood prevention
planning and help protect lives
and property."
Actual cash match spent to
date from the District's general


revenue source is about $133,326.
Additionally, local governments
have provided cash matches of
$264,987 and in-kind efforts to
help the district achieve com-
prehensive flood hazard map-
ping.
The public may access the data
at the NOAA Costal Service Digi-
tal Coast; Data Access Viewer at,
http://csc-s-maps-q.csc.noaa.gov/
dataviewer.html or view a some-
what coarser version at USGS
at, http://nmviewogc.cr.usgs.gov/
viewer.htm. The district's website,
NWFWMDfloodmaps.com, also
provides information about Light
Detection and Ranging (LiDAR)
and will update detailed data sets
as they become available.


SECOND PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

The City of Chipley is applying to the Florida Department of Community Affairs
(DCA) for a $700,000.00 grant in the Neighborhood Revitalization category under
the FFY 2009 Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.
If this application is not funded under the FFY 2009 cycle, the application may be
resubmitted under the FFY 2010 cycle. For each activity that is proposed, at least
70% of the funds must benefit low and moderate income persons. The activities,
dollar amounts and estimated percentage benefit to low and moderate income
persons for which the City of Chipley is applying are:


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03J Water Lines Replacement $614,000.00
Engineering $ 30,000.00
Administration $ 56,000.00
Total $700,000.00


The project involves replacing the water lines in a portion of northeast Chipley.
The replacement of the water lines will provide the residents living in the area with
increased water volume and pressure as well as upgraded fire protection.

The City of Chipley plans to minimize displacement of persons as a result of
planned CDBG funded activities; if any persons are displaced as a result of these
planned activities the City of Chipley will assist with relocation payments based on
uniform act requirements.

The public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the
application will be held at the City of Chipley City Hall located at 1442 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, Florida on Tuesday, July 13, 2010, at 6:00 p.m. or as soon
thereafter as possible. A draft copy of parts of the application will be available for
review at that time. A final copy of the application will be made available at the
City of Chipley City Hall, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m. no more than five (5) working days after July 22, 2010. To obtain
additional information concerning the application and the public hearing contact:
Mrs. Pamela Whitfield, City Clerk, City of Chipley at (850) 638-6350, 1442 Jackson
Avenue, Chipley, Florida 32428.

The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any
handicapped person requiring an interpreter for the hearing impaired or the
visually impaired should contact Mrs. Whitfield at least five calendar days prior to
the meeting and an interpreter will be provided. Any non-English speaking person
wishing to attend the public hearing should contact Mrs. Whitfield at least five
calendar days prior to the meeting and a language interpreter will be provided.
Any handicapped person requiring special accommodation at this meeting should
contact Mrs. Whitfield at least five calendar days prior to the meeting.

Pursuant to Section 102 of the HUD Reform Act of 1989, the following disclosures
will be submitted to DCA with the application. The disclosures will be made
available by the City of Chipley and DCA for public inspection upon request. These
disclosures will be made available for a minimum period of six years.
1. Other Government (federal, state, and local) assistance to the project
in the form of a gift, grant, loan, guarantee, insurance payment, rebate,
subsidy, credit, tax, benefit or any other form of direct or indirect benefits
by source and amount;
2. The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers, contractors, or
consultants involved in the application for assistance or in the planning or
development of the project or activity;
3. The identities and pecuniary interests of any other persons with a pe-
cuniary interest in the project that can reasonably be expected to exceed
$50,000.00 or 10% of the grant request (whichever is lower);
4. For those developers, contractors, consultants, property owners, or
others listed in two (2) or three (3) above which are corporations, or other
entities, the identification and pecuniary interest by corporation or entity of
each officer, director, principal stockholder, or other official of the entity;
5. The expected sources of all funds to be provided to the project by each
of the providers of those funds and the amount provided; and
6. The expected uses of all funds by activities and amount.


At Least 51%
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JULY 4TH

DEADLINES
Deadlines For
Wednesday, July 7
Display Ads and Legals:
Thursday, July 1 at 4 P.M.

Classifieds: Friday, July 2 at 5 p.m.

BUSINESS OFFICES WILL BE
CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 5th.
WE WISH EVERYONE A SAFE & HAPPY
INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND!
HOLMES COUNTY

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Wednesday, June 30, 2010 Local Washington County News I A3


No voting house will be placed in Campbell Park


By JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON The Washing-
ton County Board of County
Commissioners approved
having Commissioner
Charles Brock lead the
search for a new location for
the New Hope voting house.
The BOCC made the deci-
sion at its Thursday night
meeting in Vernon.


The decision appears to
have put to rest any pos-
sibility of the voting house
being relocated to Camp-
bell Park. Brock was given
direction to explore other
locations, including possi-
bly leasing space at Gilley's
Opry on State 79 or fining
real estate to build a new
voting house.
The current voting
house on State 79 was pur-
chased as part of the project


to widen State 79. The De-
partment of Transportation
offered the county $71,150
for the building and the land
with an additional $10,000
for having to relocate.
The BOCC approved
moving the voting precinct
in New Hope to Campbell
Park during their regularly
scheduled meeting May 27
with a 3-2 vote. Brock and
Commissioner Joel Pate
voted no. Brock and Pate


also voted against accept-
ing the FDOT offer for the
building. The BOCC re-
scinded that vote Thursday
evening.
Residents of the area
that use the park opposed
the move from the begin-
ning, saying that it would
interfere with activities at
the park A number of resi-
dents also said they were
not made aware of the plan
in advance.


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Reports of an anti-drilling pro-
test drew response from our read-
ers:
I understand folks are angry
over the oil spill so am I. But will
some one please tell me where this
so called clean energy is supposed
to be found in Quantities suitable
to run our world I love to fish but I
have yet found a Gulf boat that can
be powered by Water it takes Gas
and lots of it You tree huggers that
use your huge SUVs really upset me
I have been in the oil and gas indus-
try for 30 years now and our safety
requirements are tougher now than
any other industry Do you really
think BP wanted this to happen I
know they broke some rules and
made a hell of a mess BP should be
Punished I Do agree Bu the others
such as Exxon and Shell why punish
them if they haven't mad a mess of
things Punish those responsible Not
all of us who follow the rules.
RAY HATTON

If all these protesters want to
make a difference why don't they
sell their cars and get a huffy ten-
speed bicycle and start riding every-
where they go.
MOONPIE

Yes Ray, lets drill more wells,


lay more pipelines and build more
refineries and tell the environmen-
talist to kiss our you know what.
They are one of the main reasons
we have had to move out into deep
water to supply the tree huggers
with gas so they can go to the
beach and sing kumbyya and hold
hands. We keep hearing that we
are running out of oil, it is evident
that we have plenty oil. Now let's
go it.
HCV

The search for a suspect want-
ed for sex crimes that was also an
illegal alien drew response:
The current government wants
to give illegals all the rights of US
Citizens that includes legal rep-
resentation if you cannot afford it.
That would include this scumbag.
Think about what immigration
reform means to Obama and com-
pany. This is all about politics and
votes and a sex offender. Not very
pretty is it? How's that hope and
change working for you now?
ALL THE RIGHTS

I hate to judge a book by its cover
but I am afraid that just on looks
alone, I would convict him without
a trial.
HATE TO ADMIT IT


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We have forgotten
Memorial Day
To the editor,
We have just finished
another Memorial Day. This
turned out to be a bittersweet
day for me. I personally
served 36 years in the United
States military. I have a
brother who served and re-
tired from the United States
Air Fbrce. I went out prior to
the scheduled Memorial Day
and I purchased three United
States flags.
Early on Memorial Day,
I paid a visit to the cemetery
where my brother was laid to
rest. The cemetery is the Gap
Pond Cemetery. My brother
is not the only veteran laid to
rest in that cemetery. There
are veterans laid to rest in
this Cemetery dating back to
the Civil War. I was devastat-
ed to find that there was only
one U.S. flag in this cemetery
in spite of the fact that there
are several veterans there
for eternal rest. The only U.S.
flag in this cemetery was one
that I brought and placed
at my brother's plot. We are
happy to celebrate our fallen
heros by taking a day off
from work or enjoying a day
engaged in activities we like
to do. In the process of things
most of us have forgotten the
real meaning of Memorial


Day.
In Washington County
we are blessed to have a
veterans service officer. This
is a paid position that, we the
taxpayers are paying a good
salary. Where was she on Me-
morial Day? Where were the
county commissioners that
are elected and paid to serve
their district? Where were all
of the veterans service orga-
nizations? These veterans
service organizations claim
to be there to take care of the
Veterans. There are many
Boy Scouts of America, and
the Boy Scouts of America
requires the scouts to do
community service hours for
advancement in their pro-
gram. There are Girl Scouts,
youth groups and individuals
that should be taking care to
honor our veterans.
I see many groups that
will show up at the front
doors of Walmart and ask for
donations. Where are all of
these people when they are
needed to honor our veter-
ans.
Some of these heroes
died to protect our way of
life. We owe these fallen he-
roes a debt of gratitude for
the way we live today. If we
look around our community
we can see U.S. flags flying
high. Why don't we really
mean what that flag repre-
sents. Most of the citizens
of this country now are not
interested in serving this
country by doing military
service. Why should we
forget the brave men and
women that served and gave
all so that we could live the
life that we live.
We as citizens of this great
country, which these fallen
heroes fought to protect, owe
them better than we are giv-
ing. I would be happy to dis-
cuss this situation with any of
these groups or individuals.
The veterans did their part;
why can't we as citizens
of this country which they
fought for show them the
gratitude they deserve.
Kenneth I. Finch
Chipley

It's hard to believe
To the editor,
It is hard to believe all the
things that are going on. I re-
ally believe things are worse.
People have really changed.
Some people do not have any
respect for their neighbor or
someone walking down the
street. I also noticed people
do stick together. They are
worried about number one
and no one else.
Do you believe the West-
ville Baptist Church in To-
peka, Kan.? That church is a
little radical. I cannot believe
that they have the nerve to
protest funerals. I think it is a
disgrace. This past weekend
they were supposed to pro-


test a rock star they claimed
he worshiped Satan, I do not
know how true that is but it is
not the right thing to do. The
other thing the protested was
a solider who died over in
Iraq. Makes me believe those
people are sick in the head. I
guess all those soldiers that
are in all those cemeteries
died for the heck of it. I called
up there the other day and
you wouldn't believe the
recording at 1-785-273-0325.1 I
believe some of the churches
are getting out of hand.
I cannot understand what
the problem is with the im-
migration law in Arizona is?
They are just enforcing a law
that has been on the books
for a while now. I think they
are right to enforce the law.
You go to any other country
and see if you can get in
without proper ID. It should
be the same thing here. I
am really glad someone did
something. I have no prob-
lem with people coming to
this country. There should
be an end to the madness. If
you think about it everybody
came from another country.
The Indians were the first
people in this country. Look
what they did to them. If any-
one rights have been violated
there the ones that should be
on the warpath.
When the president of
Mexico was in the U.S. not
too long ago. Now there is
one person who should be
saying anything about the
immigration law. He has the
nerve to be against the law
that passed. Come to find out
the laws in Mexico are a lot
tougher. You sneak into Mex-
ico and you end up in prison
and I am sure you would be
there for a while. So for him
to go before the president
and Congress and say what
he said was hypocritical. I
can't believe that California
is boycotting Arizona I think
they should get a life. I know
they have the same problem
and they should do some-
thing too. Instead of letting
the state go down the toilet. I
do not know. Maybe someday
they will wake up when it is
too late.
One more thing that is
really annoying these people
that is the communities
housing. People own there
own houses and then there
will be telling you can not
have a flag pole and you can
not fly a flag. I think that's
un-American. There was a
couple in Wisconsin they had
a flag hanging in their win-
dow and someone told them
they would be evicted if they
didn't take the flag down. Well
the people got a lot of calls
and they can keep the flag up.
Good deal this is American
and that should never be a
problem.
Beverly Perdue
Chipley


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Letters to the EDITOR


Community NEWS

Varnum reunion
CHIPLEY The annual Varnum Reunion will be
held July 3 at Chipley First Methodist Church.
All family members and friends are invited
and encouraged to attend and enjoy a time of
fellowship and sharing of good food and good
times. Bring your favorite covered dish, and join
us for lunch. Don't forget to bring you recipes for
"The Varnum Cook Book." For more information,
call Jerry or Wendy Varnum at 784-0411 or
Nita Varnum at 773-2648.

Amateur radio classes
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS The Chautauqua Amateur
Radio Club/Group will have classes Tuesday,
June 29 at 6:30 p.m. at McLean's Restraint in
DeFuniak Springs. There will be a class on basic
electricity taught by Dewayne Spars (AK4P).
After the class a film on ham radio will be shown.
There will be no business meeting that night. The
club meets the last Tuesday of each month.
For more information, call Rodney Ryals
(KJ4JAH) at 850-892-2562, or e-mail kj4jah@arrl.
net.

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
meeting or any other time, call VivianMcDonald
at 638-6216.






Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Be


informed


on forestry

issues

SPECIAL TO THE NEWS

CHIPLEY Most new residents
come from urban areas where
they have not been exposed to
forest management practices,
according to a news release
from the Florida Division of
Forestry. As a result, misun-
derstandings offer occur when
they first encounter smoke
from a controlled burn or wit-
ness a stand of timber being
harvested. To an uninformed
individual, these activities can
be perceived as environmental-
ly destructive even though they
happen to be a part of a long
range multiple resource plan.
In response to complaints from
such individuals, local govern-
ments have tended to restrict
or regulate forest management
activities, particularly in areas
where there are more inter-
faces between forestlands and
recently developed areas.
The U.S. Department of Ag-
riculture Forest Service deter-
mined additional efforts must
be made to create a positive
public image for private non-
industrial landowners and re-
source professionals in order to
reverse this trend. Otherwise,
excessive government regula-
tions could be created that may
discourage PNIF landowners
from retaining ownership of
their properties or carrying out
management activities that are
beneficial to themselves and
to the environment. For these
efforts to be successful, educa-
tional programs that focus on
inactive landowners, enrich the
knowledge of resource special-
ists to provide information to
the general public are an essen-
tial component of the Florida
Forest Stewardship Program.
Private non-industrial for-
est landowners (PNIF's) own
almost half of the state's forest-
lands, and present the great-
est opportunity for making im-
provements to the supply and
condition of the state's forest re-
sources. These landowners are
motivated by various environ-
mental, economic and intrinsic
goals. Unfortunately, they also
tend to have limited knowledge
of the possible alternatives for
managing their forestlands or
where to obtain technical assis-
tance to help them realize their
objectives.
Private and public resource
professionals are making a de-
liberate effort to contact this
group of forest landowners to
assess their personal objectives
and generate interest in stew-
ardship management.
For more information, con-
tact Daniel Young at 850-638-
6250 or at youngda@doacs.
state.fl.us, or Tony Grossman
at 850-414-9907 or grossma@do-
acs.state.fl.us


Local


Washington County News I AS


WATERMELON PARADE

The 54th annual
Watermelon Festival
parade came
through downtown
Chipley Saturday
morning, feature
fire trucks, beauty
queen, political
candidates and
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buggy. More
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Florida Division of Forestry hosts stewardship program


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
CHIPLEY Forest stewardship
is defined as active management
of forests and related resources
to keep these lands in a produc-
tive and healthy condition for
present and future generations,
and to increase the economic,
environmental and social ben-
efits of these lands, according to


a news release from the Florida
Division of Forestry.
Forest Stewards are those
landowners who manage the
forestlands on a long term basis
by following management objec-
tives that are multiple resource
based, economically viable, con-
servative of natural resources
and socially, environmentally
and ecologically responsible.


The Forest Stewardship
program addresses the im-
provement and maintenance of
timber, wildlife, soil and water,
recreation, aesthetics, as well
as forge resources.
To be eligible you must be a
private forest landowner with at
least 20 acres of forestland and
have a desire to manage their
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hardship principles. Also, adja-
cent landowners, with similar
management objectives, may
combine their holdings to meet
this acreage limitation.
For more information contact
Daniel Young at 850-638-6250 or
at youngda@doacs.state.fl.us,
or Tony Grossman at 850-414-
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fl.us


Dear Washington County Voters:
I am thrilled, excited, thankful and
humbled to be returning to my seat
as Washington County School Board
member in District 5.
I return, unopposed,
and truly feel there
is no greater reward,
fo c than to have your
vote of confidence
in my abilities to
Sp continue another
term in this seat.
My goal remains to
act and serve with
the best interest of
our students, per-
sonnel, schools and overall education
system. I believe there is always room
for continuous improvement through the
examination and identification of new
solutions, and of course, tweaks to our
existing policies and procedures.
My pledge to you, the voters in Washing-
ton County, continues to be that I will be
a visible, active and engaged board mem-
ber, passionately working for the good of
all Washington County Schools and a die-
hard supporter of our programs. Thank
you for allowing me the opportunity to
continue delivering this promise.
Susan Roberts
Pd. Pol. Adv. Paid for and approved by Susan Roberts, candidate for Washington
County School Board, District 5.


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I As this column was be-
ing written, the 54th of The
Panhandle Watermelon
Festival was upon us.
What an exciting time of
anticipation, planning and
preparation
this one
has been! L
On
Wednesday,
June 23, a
two-vehicle
motor-
cade from PERRY'S
the Wells PRATTLE
household, Perry Wells
drove to to
Cottonwood, Ala., to pick
up melons. Our destina-
tion was the Lamond Wells
Produce Market and a
drive into the fields con-
taining acres and acres of
watermelons, and other
crops, which are still en-
during the extreme heat.
This was our second
jaunt into watermelon
country this season. We
were well received by La-
mond Wells and wife, Judy,
along with Robinson and
longtime employee, Juan,
who is a master at select-
ing choice watermelon.
Joining Hester and me
in our second run to the
beautiful rolling hills that
make up the Wells Farm,
were our sons, Emory and
Grant. The children of
Grant and Lynn of Hous-
ton, Texas, Mac and Vir-
ginia, were making their
first voyage into a "live"
watermelon field overflow-
ing with succulent, red ripe
watermelons.
Perry Wells II and
sister, Julie, the children
of Tim and Debbie, made
their maiden entry into the
hot watermelon fields of
the Wells Farm. Seasoned
visitors accompanying us,
were our grandss" Dan
and Deanna, the offspring
of Gordon and Donna
Wells. We labeled them as
our guides.
Our party of 10 timed our
travels to Cottonwood to co-
incide with a delicious lunch
at Puggie's Diner, which we
had located on our first trip
just a week earlier.


year ago, and the warm
reception received at city
hall by the police chief, she
replied, "By the way, I am
also city clerk in our town."
Barbara James, a sister
to the owner, is actively in-
volved in the new venture.
She provided excellent and
friendly service to all of us,
and I came away with the
feeling that the fried pickles
might be her special recipe.
Serving as waitress for
our group was the mother of
the two sisters, Betty Welch,
who appears much too
young to claim those ladies
as daughters. Her attention
to us was friendly and with
a genuine smile, which will
definitely entice a return
visit from our family.
Dylan McBryar, a young
man of high school age,
was identified as their
"helper" in the caf6. Hav-
ing had similar experience
as a teenager, the Prattler
is guessing that Dylan
peels many potatoes,
washes several loads of
dishes, and sweeps and
mops many times a day,
plus all the other menial
chores that go along with a
restaurant operation.
As a result of our efforts

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PERRY WELLS I Special to the News
Virginia, Deanna and Julie Wells examine the 'big
uns' at thbe Lamond Wells watermelon farm.


Three of our party
chose their lunch at the
bountiful spread on the
buffet offered at noon each
day. Sandwiches, includ-
ing hamburgers, chicken
strips and BLTs, with all
trimming, plus hot french
fries and a giant side order
of the appetizer deep
fried dill pickles proved
to be a delectable meal
for the other seven in our
party. The iced tea was
especially refreshing on
this sweltering hot day.
Prior to leaving the
diner and after the crowd
thinned out, we identified
ourselves and our mission
in the area as we became
acquainted with the hosts
and owners of the restau-
rant. The proprietor is
"Puggie" Hebron. She told
me her first name, but I
like using her nickname.
"Puggie" told us of her
longtime employment at
Rex Lumber Company in
Graceville, where she re-
tired recently. Her venture
into the caf6 business be-
gan in March of this year.
She reports a booming
business thus far, which
was apparent from our two
recent visits. When I told
her of the articles on the
town of Cottonwood one





Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Local


Washington County News I A7


WATERMELON TIME IN CHIPLEY


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PRATTLE from page A6


this week, we had six varieties of
watermelons from the Lamond Wells
Farm, entered into the big melon
contest of the watermelon auction on
June 26.
We also brought in a variety of
choice melons from the Ellenburg
Farms, the operators of the Holmes
County Farmers Market in Bonifay.
Ralph Ellenburg and son, Wade
Ellenburg, were assisted in the wa-
termelon sales operation this year
by Amy Chancey Middlebrooks, who
reminded me that she was selected
as queen of the watermelon festival
at a midl980s pageant.
As the deadline approached for the
big melon contest, Andy Andreasen
reported that watermelons were still
flowing in from area growers. There


were 89 donated for the auction.
Ample melons were on the stage and
ready for the auction on Saturday con-
ducted by auctioneer, David Corbin.
Among other entries were
growers, Monty Kowitz, Jerry Scur-
lock and Jason Hatcher, Gene and
Chris Best, Jarret Tyus and
possibly more before the designated
cut off.
On schedule for this watermelon
festival event was a tribute to J.E.
"Red" Davis, retired Washington
County agent, and Farrell Nelson
- both have died since our last festi-
val event. These two gentlemen were
on hand for the first event in 1956,
when watermelon broker and grower,
Ross Deal, honored buyers and sell-
ers with a cook out celebration at his


sales barn. That humble beginning
has snowballed into the mammoth
and popular Panhandle Watermelon
Festival of today.
Other prime movers along the way
in seeing the event come to full frui-
tion include Maxwell Hudson, Walker
Hughen, Austin Townsend, Henry
Hargrove, V J. Collins and Lamar
Townsend, along with Linzy Corbin
and wife, Lou Corbin.
Once again, my guess is that the
watermelon festival event will go
down in history as enjoyable, enter-
taining and a positive image for our
community under the leadership of
chairman, Judge Colby Peel, who is
tallying his fifth festival event as this
one become history.
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Wednesday, June 30, 2010


HIRING from page Al1


Regional BRIEFS


taking bids to lease the
equestrian center at Dan-
iels Lake in south Wash-
ington County. The facil-
ity has not had much use
since it was built several
years ago, and there have
been inquiries about leas-
ing the facility. No dead-
line was set for accepting
bids, but bid packets will
be prepared. If the facility
is leased to a private orga-
nization, the BOCC would
have to return a $135,000
Florida Recreational De-
velopment Assistance
Program grant used to
develop the center to the
Florida Department of En-
vironmental Protection.
There was also a dis-
pute over use of another
county facility. Ray Moran
of the Sunny Hills/Oak Hill
Taxpayers League was on
hand and wanted to know
why the organization was
not allowed to use the Sun-
ny Hills Community Cen-
ter. Moran cited the cost
to the community to fund
the building.
"We sacrificed to get
that building," Moran said
to Commissioner Bill How-


ell, "and you came along
and decided not to allow us
entrance to that building.
Just say it. You don't want
us to use it."
"I don't and I'll say
that," Howell responded.
Pitts said that only
county recognized orga-
nizations, including the
Washington County on
Aging, Crime Watch and
others with a county affili-
ation could use the facility.
Other organization could
rent space for $160, plus a
cleaning deposit.
Sunny Hills resident
Lou Tracy said that he
believed that the original
intent was for community
groups to use the com-
munity center, and Pitts
was instructed by BOCC
Chairman Eddy Holman to
research the matter.
There was also a dis-
pute about whether to bid
out, or purchase via state
bid new mowers for the
Sunny Hills Municipal Ser-
vices Building Unit, with
the decision to purchase
the mowers one way or an-
other based on the MSBU
ordinance.


Landmark Park's
Summer Day Camps
DOTHAN, Ala. Registration is go-
ing on now for Landmark Park's Sum-
mer Day Camps. Download the details
at www.landmarkpark.com. There are
still a few openings left, so call soon to
guarantee your spot.
Four and five-year-olds can at-
tend "Discovery Days," on July 19-23.
Campers will have a chance to meet
the animals on the Wiregrass Farm-
stead, feed the turtles in Cedar Creek,
and more.
Six to eight-year-olds can choose
between "Ecology Camp" on July
12-16 and "Pioneer Farm" on July 12-
16. Pioneer Farm and Ecology Camp
both included a sleepover at the end
of the week. New this year, seven to


ten-year-olds can attend "Night Ex-
plorers" on June 28-July 2. Kids at this
brand new camp will have a chance to
see nocturnal animals, rarely seen
during the daytime camps.
Hours and prices for each camp
will vary. Visit www.landmarkpark.
com to download the camp brochure.
Landmark Park is located on U.S.
Hwy431, three miles north ofDothan's
Ross Clark Circle. For more informa-
tion, contact the park office at 334-794-
3452.

Animal Tales at
Landmark Park
DOTHAN, Ala.- There is still time to
register for July's Animal Tales pro-
gram! This year's theme is Aesop's
Amazing Fables. Each week will fo-


cus on a different animal using songs,
finger plays and one of Aesop's fables.
These programs will be presented by
Susan Brolund, Hannah Jo Strowd,
Jacob Strowd, students from Provi-
dence Silvertones Show Choir and
Dothan High Show Choir. Reserva-
tions are required, plus a 50 percent
deposit for groups of 15 or more.
Animal Tales will continue on July
6 "The Shepherd Boy and the Wolf;"
July 13 "The Bear and Two Travel-
ers;" July 20 "The Dog and His Re-
flection;" and July 27 "Town Mouse,
Country Mouse."
Animal Tales is sponsored by the
Wachovia-Wells Fargo Foundation.
Programs begin at 10 a.m. and are
free with paid gate admission. For
more information, contact the park
at 334-794-3452.


WATERMELON from page Al


here friends, neighbors, loved
ones I haven't seen forever," Nixon
said as people lined up to get his
autograph.
Nixon is breaking into Nashville
as a performer and songwriter and
is a regular performer at downtown
clubs in Music City. While it isn't
easy to become a country star, Nix-


on is taking it in realistic fashion.
"We just try to have fun," he
said. "I'm just an old honky-tonk
singer that likes to be out there and
play good music and try to write a
little bit with good writers here and
there. I'm ready for that big cut
someday," he said as he crossed his
fingers.


"It's a lot of fun, it's a fun town,"
said the 1985 graduate of Chipley
High School who was profiled by
columnist Perry Wells in the June
23 edition of the Washington Coun-
ty News.
More coverage of the Watermel-
on Festival in this week's paper and
online at chipleypaper.com.


PURCHASES from page A1


accounted for, primarily
from rural departments,"
Interim County Manager
Emory Pitts said.
"Truthfully we don't
know where the money
went," Commissioner
Charles Brock said.


It also was decided to
move ahead with a meeting
of the county fire chiefs to
present recommendations
to the BOCC about moving
toward a countywide sys-
tem. This led to consid-
erable discussion about


past attempts at meet-
ings, about fire chiefs not
having been forewarned
about the Strickland pro-
posal, and who would be
at the fire chief's meet-
ing. Pitts would represent
the county. The meeting


p..- ~ , I II U U U / 'i
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is scheduled for July 15
at 7 p.m. at the Emergen-
cy Operations Center in
Wausau.
"They don't mind a meet,
but they just want to know
what they are going to talk
about," said EMA Director
and Wausau Mayor Roger
Dale Hagan about the fire
chiefs. "They need better
instructions, they need bet-
ter marching orders. You
need to decide on the level
of service you want and
how to fund it."
Ebro Mayor Sherry Tay-
lor urged commissioners to
make any fire agreement
voluntary for the first few
years. She said account-
ability was already in place,


and that it was the county's
fault that reports were not
monitored.
Taylor said that there
also was concern based
on rumors and elements
of the Strickland report
that suggested the county
planned to take over all fire
equipment and property.
She also recommended
that each lease agreement
between the county and the
fire departments or mu-
nicipalities be negotiated
separately.
"I can't sign anything
that would tie me up for
15 years," Taylor said. "I
cannot bind the people of
Ebro."
"That's just hearsay,"


said Commissioner Bill
Howell.
Strickland said his re-
port was a recommenda-
tion, not county policy,
and that "nothing would
change" about the fire de-
partments.
"The problem you have
is that you want to inter-
fere with day-to-day ac-
tivities you have no right to
do," said Lou Tracy, a board
member of Sunny Hills Vol-
unteer Fire Department,
the former fire service pro-
vider in that community.
"You want to micromanage
what you don't have the
funding to micromanage.
The chiefs are not included
in this."


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Jackson Avenue, on Tuesday, August 3, 2010. The poll will open
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Vote for one (1)
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Wednesday, JUNE 30,2010 Washington County News 0 Holmes County Times-Advertiser PAGE 1


Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

Clothes exchange
BONIFAY There will
a community clothes
exchange July 12-15
at Bonifay Elementary
School Activity Building
from 2-6 p.m. daily.
Monday and Tuesday
will be donation drop-
off days. Come back
Wednesday and Thurs-
day to shop. Take this
opportunity to donate
children's clothes, shoes,
backpacks and lunch-
boxes that they can no
longer use but are in
good shape and can be
used by someone else.
Come back Wednesday
and Thursday to get
some items your child
can use for the upcom-
ing school year.
Political forums
SUNNY HILLS The
Sunny Hills Civic As-
sociation has scheduled
two political forums for
the 2010 elections.
The first will be for
school board candi-
dates on Aug. 5 at
6:30 p.m. at St. Teresa's
Catholic Church Parish
Hall. The moderator will
be Washington County
News Publisher Nicole
Barefield. The second
forum will be Thursday,
Oct. 7, at 6:30 p.m.
for other candidates for
the general election on
Nov. 2. Neysa Wilkins
of WJHG will be the
moderator. For more
information, go to sunny
hillsflorida.org.
Blood drive
CHIPLEY A blood
drive open to the com-
munity will be held
Sunday, July 11, from
8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at
St. Joseph the Worker
Catholic Church, 1664
Main St. in Chipley. For
more information, call
638-7654. Mass will
still be held at 11 a.m.
July 11.
Pine Log VFD
benefit
PINE LOG Pine Log
Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment on State Road
81 will have a benefit
Saturday, July 10, be-
ginning at 5 p.m. There
will be hotdog and ham-
burger plates for sale
and a silent auction.
All political candidates
are invited to come
speak. Everyone, come
enjoy the evening with
us. Anyone wishing to
make a donation for
the silent auction, call
956-2556 or 547-8015
during the day.

INDEX
Society... ......... Page B2
Faith ............................ Page B4
Classifieds... ..... Page B6







Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
Check out or submit events at
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Crowds lined the
streets, covered
the field in front
of the pavilion at
Pals Park, and packed the
Washington County Ag
Center as Chipley hosted
the 54th annual Panhandle
Watermelon Festival Friday
and Saturday
With more top-name
country entertainers than
ever, sunny weather and a
bounty of watermelon, the
festival drew big crowds for
all events, starting with Shane
Owens, T. Graham Brown
and T.G. Sheppard Friday
night at Pals Park Brown got
a particularly strong response
for his 1990s hit, "Turn the
Wine Back Into Water," a
story of his own struggle with
alcoholism.


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"I fought doing that song
for so long because I was still
cheating when I wrote it," he
said. "Now I embrace it
Chipley's Keith Nixon
closed out Saturday after
the Shrine Club pancake
breakfast, the road race, the
car show, the parade and
watermelon auction
"It's great to be back in
Chipley," said Nixon, a
songwriter and performer in
i, Nashville. "Now if there are
any fish fries or barbecues,
make sure and let me know
"The annual watermelon
auction is the major
fundraiser for the festival,"
Chairman Colby Peel
said. This year's auction
f_ drew $9,350 and counting
Saturday afternoon
The largest melon was
55 pounds and was grown
by Jacob Davidson It was
purchased by Dennis Lareau
of Chipley McDonald's


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Local


Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Warrington & Lawlor Engagement

Mr. Robert and
Mary lee Lawson of
Meredithville, Va., together
with Mr. Joseph and
Michele Lawlor of Bonifay,
FL are proud to announce
the engagement of Sharia
Shandell Warrington to
Joseph Anthony Lawlor Jr.
Shay and Joey plan to start
their married life together
on Sept. 25, 2010. Wedding
invitations will be mailed
closer to the date.

Shores & Owens to wed

Phillip and Sabra
Shores of Chipley are
pleased to announce the
upcoming marriage of
their daughter, Bethany
Danielle Shores to
Samuel Matthew Owens,
son of Melvin and Cindy
Owens of Greenhead.
The bride-elect
is a 2006 graduate of
Covenant Christian
School and will be a
2010 graduate of Troy
University with a degree
in Elementary Education.
Bethany is the granddaughter of John D. and Imogene
Owens of Chipley, and Quinton and the late Lovie
Shores of Round Lake.
The future bridegroom is a 2006 graduate of Vernon
High School. Samuel is a petty officer third class in the
U.S. Navy. He is currently assigned at Naval Station
Mayport in Jacksonville. Samuel is the grandson of
the late John D. and the late Winnie Owens of Panama
City, and Opal Dykes and the late Dewey Dykes of
Southport.
The wedding will take place on Aug. 14 at Courts of
Praise Church in Chipley. Invitations will be sent.


Brooke Summer Anderson


Arthur Earl Jr. and Stephane Anderson are proud
to announce the birth of their daughter Brooke
Summer Anderson. She was born on May 28, 2010,
at Gulf Coast Medical Center and weighed 7 pounds,
13 ounces and was 2012 inches long. Brooke is the
granddaughter of Terry and Iola Hall of Caryville and
Arthur SR and Joey Anderson of Ebro. Brooke is also
the great granddaughter of Donnie K. Hall of Bonifay.
Brooke was welcomed home by her three sisters,
Hailey, Hannah and Jasmine and her big brother
Trevor and many friends and family.


Bonifay Methodists honor


Jim and Sandra Jines

SPECIAL TO EXTRA

BONIFAY Bonifay First United Methodist Church held a farewell covered dish luncheon to honor their departing
parsonage family, the Rev. Jim Jines and his wife, Sandra, after morning worship on Sunday, June 13. At the
luncheon members expressed their appreciation for the ministry and service that the Rev. and Mrs. Jines had
provided during Brother Jim's appointment to Bonifay.
Jim and Sandra were presented with a love offering from the congregation as a gift and to wish them well in
their new appointment which will be First United Methodist Church in Blountstown. The Jines' last Sunday in
Bonifay was June 20. The tables were beautifully decorated by Joan Steverson, assisted by her husband, Willard.


Above, Church member Grady
Rich, on the right, is presenting
the Jines the love offering from the
congregation

Left, Church members enjoy a


Chipola NEWS


Automotive Service Technology Program accepting applications


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

MARIANNA Chipola
College's Automotive Ser-
vice Technology Program is
now accepting applications
for the Fall 2010 semester.
The Fall application dead-
line is Aug. 5.
The 1,800 hour automo-
tive program features a
state-of-the art training
facility with the latest soft-
ware, simulators, and diag-
nostic equipment. The pro-
gram is competency-based
and self-paced with open-
entry The TABE (Test of
Adult Basic Education) is
required for entry. There is
no charge for the test.
Chipola automotive pro-
fessor John Gardner, says,
"The job outlook for this
career field is above aver-
age. It is expected to grow
12 to 15 percent over the
next decade, according to
the Florida Department
of Labor Handbook. The
outlook for long-term job
security is also positive and
should be able to survive
any economic downturn,
as the automotive industry
has been historically unaf-
fected by general economic
trends."
Entry level technician
pay can range from $21,000
to $32,000. Mid-range tech-
nicians can earn up to


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
CHIPOLA AUTO TECH PROGRAM Chipola College automotive professor John
Gardner, right, study the electronics of a vehicle in Chipola's Automotive Service
Technology Program. The program is now accepting applications for the
Fall 2010 semester. The Fall application deadline is Aug. 5. The Automotive
program is part of the college's Workforce Development Division. Other
Workforce programs include: Cosmetology, Networking Services, Corrections,
Law Enforcement, Fire-fighting and Culinary Management. For more information,
call 850-718-2306.


$55,000 with experienced
technicians earning up to
$72,000. Master technician
salaries can range from
$58,000 to 108,000.
Chipola College's
Automotive Service Tech-
nology Program is certified


by the National Automo-
tive Technician Educa-
tions foundation (NATEF)
program.
TheAutomotiveprogram
is part of the college's
Workforce Development
Division. Other Workforce


programs include: Cosme-
tology, Networking Ser-
vices, Corrections, Law
Enforcement, Fire-fighting
and Culinary Manage-
ment.
For more information,
call 850-718-2306.


Chipola College will offer swimming lessons


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
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offer swimming lessons for ages four
and older. Lessons are based on a
combination of nationally-recognized
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Gulf Coast Electric Cooperative sponsors


Washington, D.C., trip for local students


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

WEWAHITCHKA Aliya
ChaudhryofWewahitchka
and Lacee Rudd of Wash-
ington County recently
traveled to Washington,
D.C., as the winners of
Gulf Coast Electric Co-
operative's Youth Tour
competition. GCEC's lo-
cal competition is part
of the national Rural
Electric Youth Tour pro-
gram that rural electric
cooperatives across the
nation participate in, ac-
cording to a news release
from Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative.
Each year, the
Cooperative sponsors the
Youth Tour contest for


eleventh-graders whose
parents are members of
GCEC. Contestants are
interviewed by a panel
of three judges from the
electric cooperative in-
dustry, and two winners
are chosen to travel on
an all-expenses-paid trip
to Washington, D.C., in
June.
While in Washington,
the students toured the
Holocaust, Newseum and
Smithsonian Museums;
Arlington National Cem-
etery; the Iwo Jima Mon-
ument; the U. S. Capitol
area; the mall area; the
Korean, Lincoln, Viet-
nam, FDR, Jefferson and
World War II Memori-
als; Fords' Theater; Mt.
Vernon; and the National
Cathedral. They also en-
joyed the U. S. Marine
Corps Sunset Parade; a
boat cruise and dance on
the Potomac River; and
ended their trip with a
farewell All States Din-
ner and Dance.
A highlight of the trip
was the National Youth
Day rally, where they
joined 1,492 other elev-
enth graders from across
the nation a record
turnout of students.
"We were proud to


have Aliya and Lacee
represent Gulf Coast
Electric Cooperative
in Washington," GCEC
Manager of Marketing
and Member Services
Kristin Douglas said.
The Washington, D.C.,
Youth Tour Program has
been in existence since
1958 when 34 students
from Iowa and a hand-
ful of chaperones visited
Washington for a week-
long study tour. By 1964,
the program was catch-
ing on, and the National
Rural Electric Coopera-
tive Association began
to coordinate the efforts
of the co-ops. Since
then, thousands of young
people have experienced
this once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to visit our
nation's capitol and learn
about our government.
Gulf Coast Electric
Cooperative is part of
the Touchstone Energy
national alliance of local,
consumer-owned electric
cooperatives providing
high standards of ser-
vice to customers large
and small. GCEC serves
approximately 20,200
meters in Bay, Calhoun,
Gulf, Jackson, Walton
and Washington counties


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Above, Aliya and Lacee have fun at the Capitol.
Left, they brave the rain to check out the White
House.


and in the municipalities
of Wewahitchka, Ebro,


White City, Lynn Haven,
Fountain and Southport.


Russ graduates
SPECIAL TO EXTRA
ATLANTA Amy Michelle Russ
graduated from Oglethorpe University
in Atlanta on May 8, magna cum
laude, with a 3.90 GPA. She majored in
international affairs and politics and
minored in Japanese and economics.
She has studied abroad and traveled
to 14 different countries. She will
now complete her master's degree
at Princeton University, where she
earned one semester toward her
master's in the summer of 2009. She
is employed with the Department of
State in Washington, D.C. She is the
daughter of Jimmy and Bessie Russ of
Chipley.

Chipola Chapter, NSDAR Gives
National Defense Awards
SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Chipola Chapter, NSDAR, recently
presented four JROTC Awards and
eleven DAR Good Citizenship Awards
to students in Calhoun, Holmes,
Jackson, Liberty, and Washington
Counties. Sharon Wilkerson, Co
Chairman of the National Defense
Committee, presented the JROTC
Bronze Medal with Campaign Bar
and certificate to the following cadets:
C/lst Sg. Codie Daniels, Chipley High
School; C/ 1st Lt. Maranda Derosa,
Holmes County High School; C/Lt.
Samantha Reed, Liberty County High
School; and Cdt Sharlene San Nicolas,
Vernon High School. The DAR has
awarded ROTC medals since 1967
because ROTC is such an important
source of trained officers for our
armed forces.
The recipients were chosen by
their teachers for the qualities of
honor, service, courage, leadership,
and patriotism. They were Kiana
Richards, Altha School; Carli
Money, Blountstown Elementary;
Caleb Chason, Carr School; Jessica
Paridon, Vernon; Bridgit Owens,
Sneads; Priscilla Finch, Cottondale;
Ashley Ellis, Graceville; DeLaine
Barbee, Grand Ridge; Christopher
Brockington, Malone; Tanner
Tummire, Riverside; and Joshua
Wynn, Dayspring.


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

MARIANNA Neal Spooner of the Georgia
State Society Sons of the American Revolution
brought his Traveling Trunk program to
the William Dunaway Chapter, SAR in
Marianna recently. He gave members and
guests a glimpse of life during the American
Revolutionary War (1775-1783) by telling about
the trunk's contents. Objects were passed
around for everyone to examine. Blue Springs
Society, Children of the American Revolution
Vice President Carly Miller especially enjoyed
playing with the children's games from the
trunk. She joined Neal and his wife, Brenda,
after the program for pictures. Blue Springs
Society Senior President Mary Robbins invited
the Spooners to bring the Traveling Trunk back
to Marianna as a program for C.A.R. Carly is
excited that they agreed to present it again for
the young people of the Blue Springs Society.
The William Dunaway Chapter, SAR
meets at 6:00 p.m. on the first Thursday of


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Carly Miller enjoyed Neal & Brenda
Spooner's Traveling Trunk.

each month at Jim's Buffet and Grill. For
information contact President Fletcher
Dunaway at fletchdunaway@hotmail.com or
Robert K. Dunaway at 850-594-6664.


The Old


Family Farm Visit

Special to Extra
CHIPLEY The Washington County Farm was established
in 1925 by Earlie and Vera Peel. The farm grew corn,
peanuts, cotton, cane, watermelons, vegetables, hogs and
cows. In 1965 this article ran in the national news. On display
at the farm are the old house, barns, tool shed, smoke house,
out house, house furniture, tools, water wheel, water pumps,
family pictures and much more.
"If you would like to go back in farm family history
85 years, you need to visit the old farm," Milton Peel said.
"The visit is free, and light refreshments will be served.
Visits are by appointments only."
The farm is located in Chipley on State Road 77, two miles
south of Interstate 10. Turn right on Houston road; go one
mile, and the farm is on the right.
For an appointment to visit the farm or for more
information, call 850-638-1858.

The Peel farm has been in the news before.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS


TRI-STATE
LIVESTOCK
MARKET REPORT

For the week
ending June 25, 2010:

*Florida Livestock
Auctions: Receipts
totaled $7,574
compared to $7,634
last week and
$7,151 a year ago.
Compared to one
week ago; slaughter
cows $2 higher; bulls
$1-2 higher; feeder
steers $1-3 higher;
heifers were $1-2
higher; replacement
cows were mostly
steady.

*Georgia Livestock
Auctions: Receipts in
25 markets totaled
$10,355 compared to
$8,963 last week and
$9,355 a year ago.
Compared to one
week ago; slaughter
cows were steady
$2 higher; bulls
steady $1; feeder
steers were $1-2
higher; heifers were
$1-2 higher; steer
calves were steady
to $1-3 higher; heifer
calves $1-3 higher;
replacement cows
steady $2 higher.

*Alabama
Livestock Auctions:
Receipts totaled
$13,250 compared to
$12,162 a week ago
and $12,146 a year
ago. Compared to a
week ago; slaughter
cows were steady to
firm and bulls were
$1 higher; feeder
steers were steady;
feeder heifers sold
$2 higher; feeder
bulls were steady;
replacement cows
and pairs sold steady.
Trade moderate with
moderate to good
demand on feeders.
Feeder Steers:
Medium & Large
Frame No. 1-2

300-400 lbs.: FL
$116-155 GA $118-
153 -AL $117-140
400-500 lbs.: FL
$109-142 GA $108-
128 AL $107-123
500-600 lbs.: FL
$99-128 GA $100-
119- AL $98-116

Feeder Heifers:
Medium & Large
Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL
$108-127 GA $104-
126 AL $107-125
400-500 lbs.: FL
$100-119 GA $100-
116 AL $100-113
500-600 lbs.: FL
$90-114 GA $94-
114 -AL $94-109

Slaughter Cows:
90 Percent Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL
$40-55 GA $50-
63.50 -AL $51-56

Slaughter Bulls:
Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 lbs.:
FL $65-81 GA
$67.50-80.50 -AL
$67-72


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JANET PASCHAL

AT CARMEL AOG
BETHLEHEM -
The sound of
gospel music will
ring on Friday,
July 16, at the
Carmel Assem- ,
bly of God at 1485
Carmel Church
Rd. in Bonifay as
popular Christian
recording artist
Janet Paschal
will be featured
during the
Women's Camp
Meeting event,
which will begin
at 7 p.m.
Paschal's
recordings have
been recognized with numerous Grammy and
Dove Award nominations, and she is consistently
named among gospel music's favorite soloists by
the genre's top trade magazines. Most recently,
Paschal's latest radio release, "Hide Me Sweet Rock
Of Ages," peaked at the number one position on
southern gospel music's most recognized national
radio airplay chart, published in The Singing News
Magazine.
Paschal has shared the stage with presidents
and is a featured artist on the popular Gaither
Homecoming Tour. After battling breast cancer in
2005, Janet resumed her touring schedule, including
concerts, women's conferences and cancer aware-
ness events. In November, 2008, the popular singer
released a brand new book, Teasures Of The Snow,
which chronicles her triumphant battle with cancer
and stories from three decades in gospel music. Her
first literary work The Good Road became a best
seller.
Paschal's travels in 2009 took her into more than
50 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada, as well as
nearly a dozen European countries. Janet also hosts
a weekly radio program, Walking The Good Road,
which airs on more than 20 stations in seven states.
The program focuses on cancer awareness. She also
recently hosted the first Annual Cancer Walk at the
National Quartet Convention
For information, call 850-547-3266 or visit www.
janetpaschal.com or wwwcarmelassembly.org.



Yhe Courage f lobe irHuous

C.S. Lewis once remarked that
"Courage is not simply one of CHEATED
the virtues, but the form of every EATED
virtue at the testing point." It is ng th
easy to be merciful or honest
when nothing is at stake. But l
what do we do when honesty
or mercy comes with a price?
There are times when telling the
truth may get us into trouble,
especially when we have done wrong or gone
astray in some way. In these situations, it takes
real courage to openly and honestly confess our
sins. Being virtuous is hardly praiseworthy when
it is easy. But, it is precisely when we are be-
ing tested, i.e., when virtue is dangerous, that it
requires courage and is truly worthy of praise. In
a sense, courage is the linchpin of the virtuous
life, since without it we may be reluctant to do
the right thing, especially when doing the right
thing has significant risks. We should make a
commitment to always do the right thing, regard-
less of the cost, and be prepared to call upon our
courage.


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Be proud Christian Americans


One of the things that
caught my attention when
I first moved into this area,
meaning Washington and
Holmes counties, was that I
noticed that for a rural area, :
every type of church, temple
and synagogue that I could FRO
think of was represented FR
here. HE
I also discovered that Tim
there was a lot of diversity
in the style or make up of each con-
gregation, which is a good thing.
You might like country gospel music
or hymns, or you might like high
church type services, or very casual
praise and contemporary type ser-
vices, or even bluegrass or western
style worship services they are all
available in these two rural counties.
This is great because maybe there is
one that will scratch you where you
itch.
I don't think any of us worship
as they did when Christ walked this
earth or as the first church estab-
lished in Antioch did. Secondly, I
don't think you can find a format or
program for conducting church in
the Bible. Other than in Acts 20:9,
where Paul preached until midnight,
then after a refreshment break, they
talked to daybreak. The only thing I
know that we know about the early
church worship services is that
many times they went from house
to house as they worshiped and they
met together almost everyday of the
week.
They were always sure to worship


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n Hall


on Sunday, as they brought
their tithes and offerings to
give to the Lord, as Paul gave
the church instructions to
do in 1 Corinthians 16:2, "On
the first day of the week let
each one of you lay some-
thing aside, storing up as he
may prosper, that there be
no collections when I come."
(NKJV)
I believe that many of the


problems that we are experiencing
in America today are because people
are robbing God as referenced in
Malachi 3:8. America has turned
away from God, His condemnation is
upon us and will be until we repent
of our sins (2 Chronicles 7:14). The
early church did gather regularly
as the Lord instructed them (He-
brews 10:25), so they could "exalt
the Savoir," "equip the saints" and
"evangelize the sinner." (2 Timothy
4:1-5)
This brings me to the original
reason I began writing about the
diversities of the congregations in
this area that are proud to be called
Christian Americans. A large num-
ber of these congregations have
been coming together for the past
seven years around the Fourth of
July for many reasons: to proclaim
the One Person who brings us
together, Jesus Christ; to pull the
community together to celebrate
the birthday of this great country
in which we live and to celebrate
our God, who has given us so many
wonderful blessing that we do not


deserve; to send a lot of money up
in smoke in the form of fireworks as
a gift to our communities to enjoy;
and so that we can have an opportu-
nity to share the love of Christ with
people in the communities that the
Lord has placed us in that we might
not meet any other way.
The festivities began 6 p.m. on
Sunday evening, July 4 at the Hol-
mes Recreation Center. There will
be lots of free food, such as ham-
burgers, sausage dogs, ribs, water-
melons, snow cones, drinks, etc. and
games for the kids and great music
for everyone until dark. At dark you
will witness probably one of the larg-
est and longest firework displays you
will ever see.
Did I mention that this is all free,
as it is organized by the Holmes
County Ministerial Association and
sponsored by local churches, mer-
chants, politicians and individuals,
who donate in the collection boxes
at the site, to help us with the cost of
the fireworks. Hope to see you there.
By the way, I will be around the
bouncing things for kids most of
the time enjoying the music, and of
course, eating.

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


Ministry NEWS


Cedar Springs AOG
celebrates Fourth of July
WESTVILLE Cedar Springs
Assembly of God is planning an
old fashioned family picnic as part
of its July 4 worship. The church
is planning to hold its Sunday
morning service outside on the
church ground and will include
hamburgers, hot dogs, homemade
ice cream and games. There will be
special devotions and a reading of
the Declaration of Independence.
"This is not a second God Bless
America Sunday," Pastor Roger
Hagan said. "We want to invite
the entire community and those
passing by the church to stop and
enjoy the day with us. We want
everyone to have a good time with
their family, their church family,


and their community family".
The service will begin at 10 a.m.
and will be finished by 2 p.m., with
no night services scheduled at the
church. Casual attire will be the
norm. Cedar Springs is located at
1989 N. Highway 181 Westville. For
more information, call 850-638-7874.

Sing, supper at
Lakeview UMC
CHIPLEY There will be a sing at
Lakeview United Methodist Church
on Pate Pond Road on July 11 at
1 p.m. featuring The Bluegrass
Pilgrims from the Wausau area.
For more information, call 850-373-
8280.
There also will be a catfish
supper at Lakeview United
Methodist Church on July 16 at 6


p.m. to benefit the men's mission.

Gospel sing (open mike)
CARYVILLE Gospel sing Saturday,
July 3 at 6 p.m. at New Hope
Christian Fellowship, 2275 Highway
179N, Caryville. Refreshments
following the sing. For more
information, call 547-2525 or 849-
0079.

Gospel jam
WAUSAU Christian Haven
Church will be having its monthly
gospel jam on Saturday, July 3
starting at 6 p.m. with a covered
dish dinner and the jam after dinner.
Come and enjoy an evening of music
and fellowship. For information, call
638-0836 or 773-2602.


Obituaries


Janice M.N. Mock


Janice Melvina Newell
Mock, 62, of Spanish Fort,
Ala., passed away Satur-
day, June 19 in Fairhope.
She was born Dec. 11, 1947
in Alabama to the late Rev.
Monroe and Jesse Mae
Hill Newell.
Three brothers, Virgil,
Odell and D.C. Newell; and
a son-in-law, Joey Glisson,
preceded her in death.
Survivors include a lov-
ing husband of 42 years,
William J. "Billy" Mock
of Spanish Fort, Ala.; two
daughters, Trina Glisson
of Spanish Fort, Ala., and
Teresa (David) Vandeg-
rift of Loxley, Ala.; three
brothers, Brock (Sha-
ron) Newell of Kinston,
Ala., Gary (Sue) Newell
of Westville and Conny
Newell of Foley, Ala.; sis-
ter-in-law, Joann Newell


of Gadsden, Ala.; one
granddaughter, Jessica
Glisson; three grandsons,
Justin Glisson, Dakon
and Slade Vandegrift; two
great-grandsons, Trenton
and Treavor King; a spe-
cial aunt, Evelyn Kennedy
of Lawrenceburg, Tenn.;
two cousins, Martha and
Linda; and the entire
extended Mock family, as
well as numerous nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were
held Tuesday, June 22
in the chapel of Sorrells
Funeral Home in Geneva
with the Rev. Rodger Wo-
odard and the Rev. Allen
Dyess officiating. Burial
followed in the Marvin
Chapel Assembly of God
Cemetery with Sorrells
Funeral Home of Geneva
directing.


Kathleen Cooley, 78, of
Graceville, passed away
Wednesday, June 23 at the
Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital. She was born
June 3, 1932, to the late
Claude and Mamie Rat-
tcliff Dobbs. A beloved
wife and mother, she
lived in Fort Meade and
then Bartow from 1950 to
1993 and was a member
of the Fort Meade First
Church of God. Moving to
Graceville, she became
a member of New Home
Baptist Church and then
spearheaded the Blue-
grass Gospel Jam.
She is survived by
her husband, Charles
T. Cooley of Graceville;
three children, James
Cooley and wife, Cindy, of
Atlanta, Diane Geiger and
husband, Frank, of Bolling


Doris W Nichols, 83,
of Bonifay, died Tuesday,
June 22 at Doctors Memo-
rial Hospital in Bonifay.
Born Saturday, July 10,
1926, in Raleigh, N.C., she
was the daughter of the
late Jennings Williams and
the late Bessie Piper Wil-
liams.


Green, and Steve Cooley
of Graceville; half brother,
James C. Dobbs of Ever-
ett, Wash.; half sister, Mary
Nell Cooley of Graceville;
six grandchildren, Bo Cool-
ey, Misty Kilgore, Kimberly
Howze, Charlie Cooley,
Cassie Cooley and Stepha-
nie Cooley; and seven
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, June 26 at
New Home Baptist Church
with the Rev. Brian Tay-
lor and the Rev. Chester
Padgett officiating. Burial
followed in the church
cemetery with James and
Lipford Funeral Home in
Graceville directing. In
lieu of flowers, memorials
can be made to Campbell-
ton-Graceville Ladies Aux-
iliary 5429 College Drive,
Graceville, FL 32440.


David N. Wilburn


Surviving are daugh-
ters, Julie Tew of Bonifay
and Janet Pain of Lecus-
san, France; one grand-
child and one great-grand-
child.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Sims
Funeral Home, Bonifay, in
charge of arrangements


Tammi Joy (T.J.) Anderson, 39,
of Westville, died on Sunday, June
20 at Doctors Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay. Born Sunday, Jan. 3,1971,
in Geneva, Ala., she was the daugh-
ter of Jeff Anderson and Joy Bailey
Hollingsworth.


David Norris Wilburn,
58, of Chipley, died Sun-
day, June 20 at his resi-
dence in Chipley.
Surviving are one
daughter, Jessica Wilburn
of Nolrwich, N.Y; one son,
Joshua Wilburn of South
Carolina; two sisters,
Karen Collier of Beebe,


Tammi J. Anderson
Surviving are sons, Brady Paul
Connell of Westville, and Daelin
Connell of Westville; brothers, Dale
Roberts of Bonifay, and T. J. Ander-
son of Bonifay; and sister, Cherie
Anderson.
Funeral services were held on


Ark., and Glenda and Jim-
my Howie of Bridgeport,
Mich.; and one sister-in-
law, Diana Johnson of
Panama City.
Memorialization was
by cremation with Sims
Funeral Home, Bonifay,
in charge of arrange-
ments


Wednesday, June 23 at Sims Fu-
neral Home Chapel with the Rev.
Shelly Chandler officiating. Inter-
ment was in Caryville Cemetery,
Caryville. Sims Funeral Home,
Bonifay was in charge of arrange-
ments.


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Wednesday, June 30, 2010


Local


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Pauline W. Donaldson


Obituaries

Runell T.V.P. Solomon


Lana Powell


Pauline Wright Donald-
son, 93, of Chipley, passed
away Monday, June 14
while a resident of long-
term care at Northwest
Florida Community Hospi-
tal in Chipley.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, Jes-
se and Joannah Wright;
her husband, Bruce Jeffer-
son Donaldson; infant son,
Olin; and oldest daughter,
Barbara Ann.
Survivors include
daughters, Carolyn Sue
and Phyllis Jane; a son,
Larry Bruce; and several
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
Memorialization was
by cremation, no services
are planned and the family


requests privacy. The fam-
ily would like to express
heartfelt gratitude to the
third floor skilled nurses
unit at Northwest Florida
Community Hospital,
all employees including
housekeeping, where she
worked for 13 years at
the old hospital location,
and to Covenant Hospice,
which had provided extra
comfort since Feb. 19,
2010.
If you would like to
leave a memorial to the
preceding earth angels or
to First Baptist Church,
illuminating anxiety and
depression, thank you.
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley is in charge of the
arrangements.


Runell Tharp Virginia
Penny Solomon, 62, of
Pelham, Ga., passed
away Monday, June 21 in
Douglasville, Ga., as the
result of an auto accident.
She was born June 6,
1948, in Ruskin to the
late Arthur Lee and Lucy
Louise (Hykes) Tharp.
She had been a resident
of Pelham for the past
four years, coming from
Clearwater. She was a
former store manager for
Dillard's in Douglasville
and was a former resident
of Chipley.
Survivors include two
sons, Michael Penny and
his wife, Heidi, of Pelham,
Ga. and Greg Penny of
Phenix City, Ala.; three


sisters, Betty Foxworth,
Sharlyn Tharp and Joyce
Carter all of Chipley;
three grandchildren,
Christopher Penny,
Kaitlyn Penny and
Matthew Johnson; her
stepmother, Daisy Tharp;
and a stepbrother, Ronnie
Wright.
Funeral services
were held Thursday,
June 24 at the Rock Hill
Church with the Rev.
Cloys Joiner officiating.
Interment followed in
Rock Hill Cemetery with
Brown Funeral Home of
Chipley in charge of the
arrangements. Friends
and family can sign the
online register at www.
brownfh.net.


Lana Powell, 59, of
Bonifay, went to be with the
Lord on Monday, June 21.
She was born Lana Jean
Simmons on Aug. 13, 1950,
in New Orleans. She had
been a resident of Holmes
County since 1971. She
loved her family and she
enjoyed life. "We loved her
dearly and we already miss
her greatly."
She was preceded in
death by her father, Rev.
Edward Mason Simmons, a
former pastor of Northside
Baptist Church, Ponce de
Leon; her mother, Grace
Simmons; and a brother,
Edward Mason Jr.
She leaves behind,
daughters, Lori Yates


(Randall) and Nicole
Powell (Steve) of Westville;
a son, Jimmy Wells of
Pensacola; a brother,
David Simmons (Genny) of
Pensacola; her companion,
Danny Tucker of Bonifay;
and 12 grandchildren and
many other relatives in
New Orleans, Louisiana
and Jacksonville.
A funeral service was
held Thursday June 24 at
Northside Baptist Church,
Ponce de Leon, with the
Rev. David Simmons
officiating. Interment
followed in Otter Creek
Methodist Church
Cemetery was Sims
Funeral Home, Bonifay, in
charge of arrangements.


Pearl Bruce


Era Conway, 89, of Chipley,
passed away Friday, June
18 in the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital. She was
born May 7,1921, in Chipley
to the late Alex and Ida Mae
(Chesnut) Slay. She was a
life-long resident of Chipley,
a homemaker and member
of the New Prospect Baptist
Church.
In addition to her parents,
she is predeceased by her
husband, James S. Conway;
two brothers, Mark Shumake
and James Conway; and a
grandson, Jayme Shumake.
Survivors include one son,


Lillian Lucile Baxter Cook,
91, of Bonifay, died June 21 at
Bonifay Nursing and Rehab
Center in Bonifay. Funeral
services were held June 23 at


'THE BIGGEST

ALL NIGHT SING

IN THE WORLD"

Special to Extra

BONIFAY The Bonifay
Kiwanis Club presents "The
Biggest All Night Sing in
the World" on Saturday,
July 3, at Holmes County
High School, 825 W. U.S.
Highway 90 in Bonifay.
The sing begins at 6 p.m.
and will feature The Hop-
pers, The Triumphant Quar-
tet, The Gann Family, The
Bibletones, The Greens and
the talent search winner.
Reserved seats are $1 8
each and are available by
phone only at 850-547-
5363 (Master Card and
Visa accepted); general ad-
mission seats are $13 and
$15 at the door; children
6-11 $5 at the door only;
general advance group tick-
ets for 10 or more call
for a discount at 547-5363.
A gospel music talent
search for soloists and
groups will be held at 1
p.m. on July 3. The entry
fee is $50 plus ticket to
the sing. For details, go to
Bonifaykiwanis.org or call
850-547-5363.


Berean Baptist Church, with
internment following in the
St. John Free Will Baptist
Church Cemetery. Peel Funer-
al Home of Bonifay directing.


Annie R.K. Lee


Michael Conway and his wife,
Teresa, of Chipley; two daugh-
ters, Marcia Thomas of Mari-
anna and Janice Shumaker of
Chipley; 11 grandchildren; 13
great-grandchildren; and two
great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Friday, June 25 at the
graveside in Glenwood Cem-
etery in Chipley with the Rev.
Charles Shumake officiat-
ing. Brown Funeral Home in
charge of the arrangements.
Friends and family can sign
the online register at www.
brownfh.net.


Annie Rosa Kendrick
Lee, 94, died June 24 at
the Bonifay Convales-
cence Center with her
family by her side. She
was the daughter of the
late Charlie N. Kendrick
and Rosa McKinnon
Kendrick, and was born
March 20, 1916, in Elba,
Ala.
She was preceded in
death by her husband
of 57 years, Homer W
Lee; a great-grandson,
Brad Boston; six broth-
ers, Dee (Ruth), Edward
(Mattielee), Frank
(Nell), Donald (Lucille),
Tully and Roy; and
brother-in-law, Lemuel
Tew.
She is survived by
two daughters, Annette
Boston (Bobby) and
Mary Charles Kehlhem


(Marc); two sons, Tom
Beasley (Waulene) and
Sammy Lee (Carolyn);
sister, Lou Ellen Tew;
brother, Charles Kend-
rick (Janice); two sister-
in-laws Dorothy Ken-
drick (Tully Dale) and
Janie Kendrick (Roy);
six grandchildren; eight
great-grandchildren and
many nieces and neph-
ews.
The funeral was
held Monday June 28 at
Bethel Primitive Baptist
Church in Bonifay with
interment at Bethel
Cemetery. Pallbearers
were Dale Kendrick,
Peter Tew, John Leslie
Bush, Mike Boston,
Tommy Boston, Bill Lee,
Silas Lee and Brian Bea-
sley, Sims Funeral Home
of Bonifay directing.


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June 22 at Wiregrass Reha-
bilitation Center & Nursing
Home in Geneva. Born
Tuesday Sept. 13, 1921,
in Cairo, Ga., she was the
daughter of the late Johnny
Dekle and the late Annie
Walsingham Dekle.
Surviving are sons, Ste-
ven Bruce of Bonifay and
Ronnie Bruce of Dothan,
Ala.; daughters, Marilyn
King, Deliniak Springs,


Carolyn Pate of Bonifay, Su-
san Jakelski of Bonifay, and
Doris Brannon of Westville;
and 20 grandchildren and
39 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
Friday June 25 at Mt.
Pleasant Assembly of
God Church with the Rev
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Wayne Brannon officiating.
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ville Cemetery, Westville,
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DEPARTMENT OF
HOMELAND SECU-
RITY


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FEDERAL EMER-
GENCY MANAGE-
MENT AGENCY
Proposed Base Flood
Elevation Determina-
tions for the City of
Chipley, the Town of
Ebro, the City of Ver-
non, the Town of Wau-
sau, and the Unincor-
porated Areas of Wash-
ington County, Florida
The Department of
Homeland Security's
Federal Emergency
Management Agency
has issued a prelimi-
nary Flood Insurance
Study (FIS) and Flood
Insurance Rate Map
(FIRM) reflecting new
or modified Base (1%


annual chance) Flood
Elevations (BFEs)
within the City of Chip-
ley, the Town of Ebro,
the City of Vernon, the
Town of Wausau, and
the Unincorporated
Areas of Washington
County, Florida. Tech-
nical information or
comments are solicited
on the proposed and
proposed modified
BFEs shown on the
preliminary FIS and
FIRM for the aforemen-
tioned communities.
These BFEs and modi-
fied BFEs are the basis
for the floodplain man-
agement measures that
your community is re-
quired to either adopt


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or show evidence of
having in effect in order
to qualify or remain
qualified for participa-
tion in the National
Flood Insurance Pro-
gram. However, before
the BFEs or modified
BFEs are effective for
floodplain management
purposes, you will be
provided an opportu-
nity to appeal the pro-
posed elevations. For
information on the stat-
utory 90-day period
provided for appeals,
as well as a detailed
listing of the proposed
and proposed modified
BFEs and the ad-
dresses where copies
of the FIRM are availa-


| 1100
ble for review, please
visit our website at
http://wwwfema.gov/plan/pre-
venVfhm/bfe, or
call the FEMA Map In-
formation eXchange toll
free at 1-877-FEMA
MAP (1-877-336-2627).
As published in the
Washington County
News 23, 30, 2010.
Health Insurance Pro-
posals
The City of Vernon is
requesting proposals
for Emlpoyee health
Insurance to be effec-
tive 10/1/2010. For
additional information,
please call
850-535-2444. Sealed


1100
proposals marked "City
of Vernon-Health Insur-
ance" must be received
by 5:00p.m. Thursday,
July 29, 2010.
As published in the
Washington County
News June 30, July 7,
2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA,
FOURTEENTH JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.
67-10-CP-036
IN RE: ESTATE OF
SHIRLEY JEAN RICH-
ARDSON, DECEASED


NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the Estate of SHIRLEY
JEAN RICHARDSON,
Deceased, File No.
67-10-CP-036, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court
for Washington County,
Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of
which is PO Box 647,
Chipley, Florida,
32428. The name and
address of the Personal
Representative and the
P e r s o n
Representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against


decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is
served must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THIS FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AF-
TER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and per-
sons having claims or
demands against the
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,


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contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file
their claims with this
Court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is: 6-23-2010
GERALD HOLLEY
Attorney for Personal
Representative
PO Box 268
Chipley, Florida 32428
850-638-4317
Fla. Bar No. 113722
Danny Jeffrey Ander-
son


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Lillian L. B. Cook






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Personal Representa- AUCTION CASH NOW! Get cash
tive of the Estate of Notice is hereby given ADOPT Happy, fun, at., JulyON 17, 20*Gfor CASH NOW! Get cash nus-tra Bldg.Const.
SHIRLEY JEAN RICH- to all landowners within financially secure, Sat July 17, 2010 for your structured set-
ARDSON, Deceased the Sunny Hills Units childless couple will 8:00AM. Show* tlement or annuity pay- I Manpower I General
3950 Highway 77, 12-15 Dependent Dis- share love, laughter Hwy231 N., July3rd and 4th ments. High payouts. Free; e satellite is currently taking Labors A
Chipley, Flonrida 32428 trict (the District") for and bright future with Campbellton, FL. Nat'l Peanut Festival Call J.G. Wentworth Free; Larga I gr o
As published in the lands generally de- your newborn baby. (2) Local farm dispos- Bldg. 1-866-SETTLEMENT Dish. 638-7187. applications for Roof Repair
Washington County scribed as comprising Expenses paid. Call 5622 US Hwy 231 S 1-866-738-8536) Rated PRODUCTION Te
News June 23, 30, of a parcel of land ap- Marge and Vito (800) construction, bank Dothan, Alabama A+ by the Better Busi- E WORKERS FTech &
2010. proximately 3,668.88 517-0256 FL BAR repose, plus OVER 275 TABLES ness Bureau. and Foreman
acres, generally lo- #0150789 consignments. Saturday 9-5pm EXP0 I FORKIFT One of the largest
IN THE CIRCUIT coated in Washington Mason Aucon& Sales unday10-4pm ChipleyCleaners & 33 0 1 FORKLIFT Roofing Companies in
INRT FOTH E NCIRCUITH cated n WaActoChipleyCleaners&OPERATORS the Southeast is look-
COURT, FOURTEENTH County, Florida, advis- LLC#642. Info: 334-279-9895 I Laundry Services. MUSIC LESSONS Cpley, FL. ing for the following pok
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Mg that a meeting of Are you pregnant? 850- 263-0473, Office N day e Guita Bas Yolet n for the following po
THE STATE OF FLOR the landowners will be Considering Adoption? 850-258 7652, Chad i Next daysierce. Pan, BGuitar, Bass, Youmustbe ableto sit ions: General
Pick-up&delvery. Drums, Banjo, Mando-n work any 8 hour shift Labors, a Roof Repair
IDA, IN AND FOR held for the purpose of Loving married couple 850-849-0792, Gerald I Alteranons & n,WViolin, Flute. CoyI as needed. Tech & Foreman. Must
W A S H I N G T 0 N electing three (3) su- seeks to adopt. Will be 222.masonauction.com. I monogramming. m ington Music. We buy Candidatesdwllalso
COUNTY pervisors. full-time Mom(Age 36) egChipg used MusicalWnstuy b esrei have transportation,
CASE NO. a ad Custom Loaded target 1332 RRAv e, Chp- used musical su- qured to pass pass a drug screening,
67-09-CA-402 Time:1:00 PM CST ancial Security. Expen- e. 50 have a good driving
Place:Blue Lake Com- ses Paid. Kim/Bill (888) AdfesPioint ammo. l380acp Chipley. 850638550. background check. record & some com-
BAY BANK & TRUST munty ter 399-3255 FL Bar# Michelle & HC's to .45 Colt. Call John Everything goes! For more informa- uter skills. Pleasefcall
Aucton @ Cummins Bullets & 5 Ton 13 seer AC/H ten, call 850-913-9293 for
CO., aFlo ration,da 1865 Highway 77 0150789 4100 Pate PondRd ub 850 42 on coo tha Manpower e nt for
Plaintiff, Each landowner may (OLD VFW BLD) Ver- -800-741-9707, Chip- new duct & vents.70+ / today at
vs. vote in person or by non, FL Every Satur- ley. yards of new carpet & 334 -794 7564.
WILSON R. YOUNG witten proxy. Proxy day, 6p.m. Closed pad. Large set of white -----
and DANA D. YOUNG, forms may be obtained July 3rd for4thholi- cabinets, counter CallToPlace
husband and wife, and upon request at the of day, Reopen July(0drop-i80stove,2dish-1CallAdonPlace
if deceased, their un- fice of the District Man- 10th. Miscellaneous 3250 washer, garbage dis- An hnassifieds Banking
known heirs, devisees, ager, located at 201 Auction. Multi-sellers. posal included. Many NT CWashingtones
creditors, grantees and East Pine Street, Suite Selectionvares. Cash, doors. Several kinds of (850) 638-0212 Community
all persons claiming by 950, Orlando, FL tCredit/debit card. tile. Much More! 4100 Help Wanted Holmes County South
through, under or 32801. At said meeting Thinking Auction? Call 850-251-6608 or 4130- Employment Times-Advertiser Credit Union
againstthem, each landowner or his ANIMA850547-9140 GAINER 850-258-7170. Information (850)547-9414
Michelle Roof is seeking a full time
Defendants. or her proxy shall be 2100 -Petse FLAU3014 AB2224 BLUEBERRY Accountant
entitled to nominate 2110 Pets: Free to FARM A A for our Operations
NOTICE OF SALE persons for the positon Good Home _MImAEmmNoiO ro
NOTICE is hereby of Supervisor and cast 2120 Pet Supplies Open Fr., 7-7 Center located in
given that pursuant to a one vote per acre of 2130 Farm Animals/ Sat., 7-7, Sun., 1-6. AIDT is seeking applicants for a pre-employment training program for an Bonifay, Florida.
SummaryFinal Judg- land or fractional por- 2140 Supples 3220 Closed Mon., thru Thur. expanding company located in Mobile, Alabama. Training programs are Responsibilities will
ment in Foreclosure ion thereof, owned by Wanted Cherry Bedroom Set. U-Pick $8 Gal. held day and night, allowing trainees to train while keeping their present include reconciling
dated the 23rd day of him or her and located 2150- Pet Memorials Solid Wood, never We pick $20 Gal. Successful co lotion of the training roramma lead to em ment cash and general
June, 2010, in the within the District for used, brand new in fac- 9.5 miles S on Orange job. Successful completion ofthetraining program may lead to employment ledger accounts,
above-styled cause, I each person noml- tory boxes. English Hill Rd. With: managing fixed
will sell to the highest nated for the position Dovetail. Original cost 638-1335, 258-4180. assets and
bidder for cash on the of Supervisor. A frac- 2100 $4500. Sell for $895. preparing periodic
front steps of the ion of an acre shall be Can deliver. (954) IF--- -r- reports.
Washington County treated as one acre 302-2423 K&L Farm, I The qualified
Courthouse in Chipley, entitling the landowner Leather Living Room LLC candidate will
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. to one vote with re- Set. In ongial plastic, Home Grown Toma-| A possess an
(CT), on the 26th day of spect thereto. PlattedS I g p c s a 7Associates degree
July, 2010, the follow- lots shall be counted For Sale: Purebred never used. Og price toes & Peas. 1567 Mobile, Alabama or equivalent work
ing described property individually and German Shepherd $3000, Sacrifice $975. iney Grove Rd inexperience,
set forth in the Sum- rounded up to the puppies, all shots, Can deliver. Call Bill Chpley. 8-6 Mn.rday Austal, aworldwideleaderinaluminummarinevesselproductionisseeking Bachelors degree
mary Final Judgment: nearest whole acre. health certifi$200cate. Mawill bes 4205982 8 5 0 6 3 8 5 0 0 2, to fill shipfitter and welder positions at it's new, state of the art facility in preferred.
ows at Hicks Lake lots shall not be aggre large do26-503,527-3380 Mobile. Opportunities for advancement are available for those showing Thelldealm
Phase I (unrecorded), gated for determining 850-415-1155 323o the desired skills, abilities and work ethic. The minimum requirements for oriented, self
being now known as the number of voting U-Pick these positions include: motivated, and
Lot 9, Woodlawn units held by a land- Blueberries possess good
Meadows at Hicks owner or a landowner's Pom Poos, 3 males. Blu e S At least 18 years of age with a high school diploma, GED or 2 years communication
Lake, Phase I, accord- proxy. At the landown- Ready 7-7-10. $150. $8/gallon experience in shipfittin or welding skills.
ing to the plat thereof ers meeting the land- Consider trade. 4th July Yard Sale Bob & Linda Wells ofexperiencein shipfitting orwelding Community
as recorded in Plat owners shall select a 638-7442. Blowout, July 2nd & Mon-Sat, closed Sun. A stable work history and excellent attendance record South Credit Union
Book 5, Pages 34-37, person to serve as the_ 3rd, Boys/girls 2488 Hwy 277, 6 mi N. A strong commitment to quality, excellent communication skills and a is a financial
of the Public Records meeting chair and who clothes/shoes, infant to of Vernon/10 mi S. of team oriented personality institution where
of Washington County, shall conduct the meet- 5 years (new & used). Chipley. (850)638-3181 The ability to handle physically demanding work honesty, integrity
Florida. Ing. Lauren, gymboree, and personal
Commence at the The landowners meet- 2130 OsGosh, Carters, Mechanical aptitude character make the
Southwest Corner of Ing is open to the pub- womens/mens cloth Ability to work in a team environment difference.
Section 23, Township 2 Ic and will be con- For Sale: Baby or ma- ing, toys, furniture, ap- 3280* Lean manufacturing experience a plus Interested
North, Range 15 West, ducted in accordance ture Guineas, various pliances, glassware, Experience in shipfittin or welding a lus but not required candidates should
Washington County, with the provisions of PRICES and colors books, baby items. 2nd Experience in shipfttg orwelding a plus, butsubmit cover letter
Florida; thence Florida Law. The meet- Baby ducks, $2.50 Hwy 77, and resume to
N01 57'37 E, along ing may be continued each. 8950-547-3129 or Washington/Jackson These positions have a starting wage of $15.91 per hour HR@communtysouth.net
West line of said Sec- to a date, time, and cell 850-415-2998. line. 850-638-0868 For Sale 640 Ford or byfaxto
tion 23, 1423.03 feet to place to be specified Tractor 36 HP, gas, re- Austal offers a competitive benefits package including BC/BS medical, (850) 638-4055,
the Point of Beginning; on the record at such furbished, 12 VT alter- dental, vision and prescription plan, 401(k), paid vacation and holidays, Attn: HR.
thence N0157'37"E, meeting. A copy of the.,ator, new paint, good
along West line of said agenda for this meeting the requirements and are
Section 23, 238.00 feet; may be obtained from a BIG BIG BIG Yard 850-212-6964 interested in interviewing for these training programs, apply for the Austal General
thence S8824'03"E, the District Manager at Sale. Saturday, July training online at
843.45 feet to the be- 201 East Pine Street, 3rd at Shirley's Pets, utrainng online at: Direct Care Staff
ginning of a curve; Suite 950, Orlando, FL 118 Hwy 90W, Bonifay. Www.aidt.eduljobs needed for Happy Ac-
thence Southwesterly 32801. 7:00am-1:00pm. res ALF Inc. Duties in-
along said curve with a Any person requrng 3300 *If you applied prior to January 1st, 2010, you must re-apply* clude assisting resi
radius of 509.71 feet special accommoda-|ID p dents with baths, clean-
through a central angle tions at this meeting ing, laundry, etc. and
of 1420'06", an arc dis- because of a disability 3100 Antiques oA I preparing meals. This
tance of 127.53 feet or physical impairment 3110-Appliances Bonifay: 2309 is a 32 hour a week po-
(CB-S0926'13"3W, should contact the Dis- 3120-ArtsI&Crafts Idlewood Drive. Fnr & 100 acres Pasture for sition with starting pay
127.19') to the end of trict Office at (407) 3130-Auctions Sat. 7:30-Noon lease, 35 acres Argen- 0900 A MemberoftheAlabamaCommunityCollegeSystem of $8.00 an hour. Back-
curve; thence 841-5524 at least 3150- Buildin Supplies 3 Family Sale naEqual Opportunity Employer ground screening re-
S01O0141"W, 112.00 forty-eight (48) hours 3160 Business Infant/Toddler boy needs b hogging Opp y Eployerqured. Call 5473708.
feet; thence prior to the meeting. If Equipment ,'lothe. d It 'lothe New Hope area.
N88 24'03"W, 828.72 you are hearing or 3170 Colllble i,,,,,,,,,
feet to the Point of Be- speech impaired 3180 Comoiuleis ,,. .
ginning, please contact the Flor- 31900 Elialiho13011. .:.1 ,
Any person claiming an ida Relay Service 3210 Free Pas iI On
interest in the surplus 1-800-955-8770, for aid 3220 Furnlh-re
from the sale, if any, in contacting the Dis- 3230 Garage Yard Sales r l :
other than the property tnrict Office. 3240 Guns '.- 4" -'. : "\ W
owner as of the date of Each person who de- 3250 Good Thigs l oEal , ..-,,s m" --- .
the Lis Pendens must cides to appeal any ac- 3260 Healr.I Inesi LARGE ABANDOIED
file a claim within sixty tion taken at this meet- 3280 Machinerv GOODS SALE I,1. Airlines ,,. ... t .*
(60) days after the sale. ing is advised that per- EquipmenI i--, i 1 -. i., ., .. i .: i a. "
WITNESS my hand and son will need a record 3290 Medical Equipmeni l.: ... .:I.- .. .:i .,1 ., ,.. : A
seal of the Court on the of the proceedings and 3300 Miscellaneous. :,i.. :l, ,.:1 ,, THARP & SONS i.. ARM ONDI
23 day of June, 2010. that accordingly, the 3310 MusicallnsRrPmenis .: i : i 1 ...
r P. ie hs i. h. ..i,.- ,:,: MINI STORAGE I IIE ROOFING
Court ensure that a verbatim 3330 .Re ilauranl Holel rili. -.". -. ..... 1 .. _1 eI ie ile r Nl
By: J.C. Rogers record of the proceed- 3340. Srlin Gods -. L .. ....: ...... .... :.1 r.... H -- I WAYNE'S
Deputy Clerk wings is made, including 3350 Tickel3 (Buy & Sell) i..:... .. .... .. (850) 638-8183
As published in the the testimony and evi- (850) 638-818i I 3 $ JUNK YARD
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GIVEN: Governmental Manage- m ke. t i Free ima.. ,. .
ment Services Cen- Flee Esi es ,,,, .,, ..:. : 1 ,
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2BR/1BA House in
country. Approximately
5 miles East of Chipley
McDonalds. Stove,
D/W, fridge, water, gar-
bage, lawn care in-
cluded. Pets negotia-
ble. Will accept Section
8. Application required.
Available July 15.
Smoke free environ-
ment. $595/month plus
$595 deposit.
850-638-4228.
3BR/1.5BA, large lot,
conveniently located.
CH/A, Chipley,
sell/rent. Bonifay
Country Home.
3BR/2.5BA. Garage,
fish pond. Smoke free.
547-2091.




LAKEFRONT
2BR,2BA,
RENTAL
Stewart Lake, Clean,
No pets. No Smok-
ing $750 mo $750
dep. 850-896-6917


1 6140
Chipley; 3BR/1BA
House. W,S,G paid. No
pets, No HUD.
$650/mth, $300/dep.
850-814-2625.


6170
2BR/1BA, Screened
porch, large back yard.
$450/mth + $200/dep.
W&G included. HUD
welcome. Beside
Lane's Outdoor Equ.
850-415-6744, leave
mess.
2BR/2BA Mobile
Homes. $400 + de-
posit. Water, garbage
furnished. Quiet family
park. 547-4232.
2BR/2BA MH for rent.
Water/sewer and lawn
service furnished. 3 mi-
les East of Vernon on
Pioneer Rd. Call
85 0 -8 49- 6 842 ,
850-638-7315, or
638-9933.
2BR MH for rent with
utility building, window
air. 535-2657.


61706170 1707100
3BR/2BA in Chipley Circle J Mobile Home Mobile Homes in Cot- Country Home Near
area. CH/A, water fur- Park in Chipley, 921 N tondale on Sapp Rd 8 New Hope $105,000
nished. No pets 2nd St.; & Graceville miles E. of Chipley. Wainscott 814-7256
$500/mth. LEAVE 5262 Alabama St. 2&3 3br, 2ba, & 2br, 2ba, Keller Williams Realty
MESS. 850-258-1594. BR units for rent start, avail. Total elec. MLS #406463
ing @ $345 per mo call (850)-258-4868 or
850-832-2929 8 5 0 2 0 9- 8 8 4 7
3BR/2BA, Chipley. w w w char los
CH/A, WD hook-up, ap- For Rent: 2BR/1BA countryliving.com
pliances. 1 block to ele- Mobile Homes $300.
mentary school, month, plus $300. de-
$525/mth plus deposit. posit, no pets. Call
No pets. 638-0560 or 850-547-2043. Leave
850-774-3034. message.


SETTIE'S COUNTRY REALTY
e BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
Country (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510
NICE 2 BR BRICK HOME CHIPLEY-$79,900---3 BR
2 BA DWMH ON LOT EDGE TOWN-$59,900---20
AC FARM 3 BR HOME POND BARNS PASTURE-
$235,000---9+ ACWITH ELECTRIC-$42,000---4+ AC 3
BR 2 BA HOME CHIPLEY REDUCED-$79,900---NICE
4 BR 2.5 BA HOME IN TOWN-$109,900---15 ACRES
FENCED MOTIVATED SELLER-$79,900 ---10 ACRES
MH OWNER FINANCING-$75,000 --- LARGE 3 BR 2
BA BRICK HOME ON 2+ ACRES-$137,500---NEWER
2 STORY 3 BR 2 BA HOME CHIPLEY-$158,900
WE GET RESULTS NATIONAL


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7105 Open House
7110 -Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7150 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


For Sale: 11.8 acres
with spring fed creek.
Manufactured home,
open floor plan, 4 bed-
rooms, 2 bathrooms,
living room, den, fire
place, deck, outbuild-
ings. House sits at
back of property, very
private. $129,900 Call
850-547-0975

House for sale:
3BR/2BA, 1582 sq. ft.
garage,411 North Okla-
homa St, Bonifay, FL,
Reasonable Price Call
219-242-2116 or inquire
within.


7140
40 Acre Horse Ranch
for lease in Chipley,
lush pastures, fence/
cross fence, barn and
efficiency apt $850 mo.
334-585-0587



7150
Gator Pond off Hwy.
77 near Sunnyhills in
Washington County;
Approximately 2 acres
high and dry, next to
water management
area, secluded, quiet.
Price negotiable, possi-
ble owner financing.
Call (850) 896-5755.

Two 8 acres on Bedie
Rd, Two 9 acres on
Bedie Rd. Two 5 acres
& One 10 acres on
Buddy Rd. One 10 ac-
res on Gainer Rd. 10
acres on Hwy 77.
Owner financing For
more info call Milton
Peel @850-638-1858.


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PRE.OWNED VEHICLE SUPER SALE!


8O 8CHMEVY
k' AVEO
4 Door, Automatic
I Great Gas Mileage!
WAS $11,949

18,979

04 NISSAN
XTERRA
Automatic,
Sharp Vehicle
WAS $ 14,979




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Local Trade, Super Deal
WAS $17,949

p14,888


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GRAND PRIX
4 DoorE Auto atic.
Spo.rty
WAS $12,888

$9.848

08 DODGE
GRAND CARAVAN
Nice, Sharp
Family Van
SUPER DEAL

"12,988

09 CHEVY
MALIBU LT
Sharp. 4 Door.
Leather Seats
WAS $18,949

*15,888


03 DODGE
RAM 1500 4x4
4 Door
Nice Truck!
PRICED TO GO!

S10,888

03 CHEVY
TAHOE LT
Sharply
Nice SUV!
PRICED TO GO

"13,888

08 GMC CANYON
CREW CAB
AutlomaI.c. 4,.4
Sharp Vehicle-
WAS S21,949

"l7,949


04 TOYOTA
SOLAR I
Sharp
Spo-tv Cy.,-
PRICED TO GO!

s10,979

07 MITSUBISHI
ECLIPSE GS
Automatic, Sporty
Check This One Out!
WAS $16,949

$13r949

07 LEXUS
RX 330
Leather Seats, Sunroo.
L ui..u ry
WAS S31,988

"27,848


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7160
2003 14X70 3BR/2BA
w/new paint, carpet,
appliances. We will
set-up home & hook-up
CH/A. $17,900. Call
Brad @ 850-763-7780.

2-16X80's, 3BR/2BA.
New paint, carpet, ap-
pliances. Call Brad @
850-763-7780.

Zone III, New 16X80,
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floors, island kitchen.
Reduced to sale ASAP!
$35,900. Includes
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@ 850-763-7780.



7190
NC Mountains Best
Land Buy! 2.5acres,
spectacular views,
gated, paved road.
High altitude. Easily ac-
cessible, secluded.
Bryson City. $45,000.
Owner financing:
(8 0 0) 8 1 0 1 5 9 0
www.wildcatknob.com

VIRGIN Mountain
Cabin: Galax area
Brand new! Great
views, private, fishing in
stocked trout stream! 2
acres, $159,500, call
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8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
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8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
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8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
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'01 Silver Mustang
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$5000. '95 Jeep Wran-
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37 Micky Thompson ti-
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373-7610.

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1988 Notchback
Ex HWY Patrol Car
New Inside and Out
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interior, and paint.
I Many performance I
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S $7,500 OBO
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X/C, Cummins Turbo
Diesel, long bed,
174,000 miles, goose-
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cruise control. $5,200
OBO.
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8' long & 5'9" high.
Good for calves, goats,
pigs or 1-2 cows. Slid-
ing door. $400.
1995 Equipment/Hay
hauling 3 axle trailer,
20' deck, 4' dovetail,
pintle hitch. Trailer &
deck in good condition.
Tires fair condition.
$2,500, OBO.
638-7351.




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pickup, automatic
transmission, A/C,
cold, recent engine &
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$1800.00 Call
850-212-6964



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Sale Thru The
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Saturday, July 3rd. 2.
Doors Close When
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2010 DODGE
RAM 3500
Light Greystone Pearl,
Auto., 6.7 Liter Cummins
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2010 DODGE
RAM 2500 ST
Light Khaki Metallic, Auto,
6.7 Liter Cummins Diesel,
Reg. Cab, #102214
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2010 DODGE
RAM 1500
Automatic, 4.7 Liter V-8,
Reg. Cab,
#102280
r-aft


2010 DODGE
DAKOTA SLT
CREW CAB
Inferno Red, Crystal Pearl,
Auto., 4.7 Liter V-8, #102257


PI 2010 JEEP
COMPASS
Bright Silver Metallic,
5-Speed, 2.4 Liter,
1 28+ MPG


CM -o2010 DODGE
AVENGER SXT ,
Silver Steel Metallic,
Auto., 2.4 Liter,
#102341


2010 DODGE
CALIBER
Deep Water Blue Pearl, 2.0
Liter 4 Cylinder, Auto., In
Glove Box Cooler! #102331


2010 JEEP
WRANGLER
UNLIMITED
Deep Water Blue Pearl, 4 Dr.,
Auto., 4x4, 3-Piece Freedom
Hardtop, 3.8L V-6


All vehicles figured with $3,000 down, all rebates applied, plus tax, tag, title and fees.
USED CAR "BLOWOUT"
6-YEAR, 80,000 MILE WARRANTY
.ll; li; LIFETIME ENGINE WARRANTY (i
":,,08 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 White, Soft Top, Automatic, #P1659 ............... $16,935 Dodge Ram 3500 4 Dr., Dually, Auto., Diesel
',,;0o9 Dodge Charger Red, PW, PL, PM, 3.5 H.O., Sharp, Graphics 38K Miles, #Pj $1... S1,989 ',;06 Dodge ham 1500 Aul... 4 Dr., Red, Sharp
'",,,07 Jeep Liberty 4x4 V-6, 3.7 Liter, Sunroof, 46K Miles, 'Pi .,.1 ......... S10,989 "! 07 Chrysler PaClliCa :ed. Automatic, 33K M
' 89 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 Black, Hard & Bikini Top, 5-Speed, 4 Cyl, .; P'i.-::.$2,970 "'"i06 Toyota RAV-4 ,ui:- Very Nice, Only 77K
", 06 Dodge SprinterW white, 71K Miles, Auto., cargo, Read, o i .o$ ...... S17,938 10 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo ',j ui I
"'i, 07 Dodge Ram 1500 White, 33K Miiles, Very Clean, P I 1,:'- ..................9,869 04 Jeep Cherokee Auto., L ,iA l .- 1.1,:. Nice
*M96 Ford F-150 White, V-6, Auto., 2WD, Tow, Super Clean, .-I .i .- $ ... ,698 ''"09 Dodge Journe Auto., Loaded, 3rd Row,
06 Ford F-250 4 Dr., 6.0LoAuto., 4x4, Tow, Red &Ready :ri, ri., ,. #P1632A .. $22,198 ",O Dodge Magnum Lil Red Wagon', 51K Mil
'08 Dodge Ram 2500 White,. L .,1-. -,iI.... I I ...!. 1 .- i. $29,899 O 1TChnsler Sebring silver, Auto., V-6, 19K M
"'07 Dodge Dakota 4 Door, V-6. -u T, ,uri, u .i,: ru,: i i,': $13,988 ",' 08Chrysler PT Cruiser 45K Miles, Automati
" 09 Chrysler 300 Auto., Blue ,,'rini r,:, :. e P,:'.,.................. $15,998 ""09 Dodge Avenger Black, Auto., Must Go!, "
* 08 Dodge Ram 1500 4 Dr., Black, lool Box, Bedliner, 4x4, low, Sharp!, 7K Miles, #P1649 ,684 08 Dodge Caliber Red, Auto., 28 mpg, Alloy,
I 07 Dodge Ram 1500 Silver 2WD, 5.7 L"Hemi, Only 44K Miles, #P1648 ........... 17,789 ""09 Chrysler Town & Contry Auto., Blue, \Power
All vehicles figured with $3,000 down, plus tax, tag, title and fees.


We Do It All,
From Big to
Small..,


SALE


, x4, Only 32K Miles, #P1647. 4,198
p Truck, #P1646.............. $13,978
miles, #1645 .................... 10,988
Miles ................................... $10,798
3K Miles, #P1642 SAVE $1000's. 18,990
SAffordable Jeep, #P15581A......... 4,789
#P1634........................ 14,398
es, Auto., #1633..... ... S12,198
liles, #P1628.... .................. 14,398
c, #P1622..........................7,299
Certified", #P1603............ S11,888
i, #P1585A..... ................... 8,199
Lift Gate & Doors, Stow-n-Go, #P1620.. $17,219

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full- ime Mom(Age 36) zone ctrol with al an d eree ctor tSend resume to Isons of
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Ge Farman Shepherd 3rdtoys, 8:AM-5:PM.tires & wheels, od i Call To Place
supplies all shots, Located on the Bypass COVEING APALACH.COLA I MILION 850) 547-0726
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3100 -Antiques Lube. 850-260-1342, _" .', l ...
3110 Appliances 8007419707, Chip ,
3130 -Auctions -... -," N[,l
3140F Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies a. 5622 USM Hw1 21 S I e i_.1Ni'N__I eL I. l
310a- Business 0' 0 $.0 E 275 TL Wahn ,T
31705- Collectibles -rSatrdIy250
3180- Computers TiIi.%JI ."J'krI rii k
3200- FirewoodEWE B ALL CRAf METAL $$$ ,,.:.
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construction, bank U-Pick For on638-8999 ,
repose, plus Blueberries JACK OF ALL i. 1. ,,,, Cell 258-2923 850-326-5351
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6100

Commercial Building
for rent. 1800 sqft. Fall-
ingwaters Rd., Chipley.
Can be split for two
ventures. Call Rick,
850-258-6621.


Executive
Office
Space for rent
downtown Chipley. All
until. incl'd 638-1918


CHIPLEY. Everything
New. 2BR/1BA, $500,
SD $250. CH/A, ceiling
fans, stove/refrigerator.
Includes water, sewer
& garbage. Convenient
location. No pets or
HUD. 638-3306.



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Monthly rental rates
start at $515 plus utili-
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638-4282 TTY
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6110
1BR, in Panama City.
$130 awk. Utilities
furnished. 260-9230.



For Rent: Unique
2BR/2BA screened
porch apartment. Non
Smoker, No pets, refer-
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850-547-3494 or
850-532-2177
SThe New Ridge- "i
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Available NOWI! 1
Studio $300 per
month
Includes city utilities I
& pest control
Ph: 850-557-7732

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6140
2BR/1BA House in
country. Approximately
5 miles East of Chipley
McDonalds. Stove,
D/W, fridge, water, gar-
bage, lawn care in-
cluded. Pets negotia-
ble. Will accept Section
8. Application required.
Available July 15.
Smoke free environ-
ment. $595/month plus
$595 deposit.
850-638-4228.
3BR/1.5BA, large lot,
conveniently located.
CH/A, Chipley,
sell/rent. Bonifay
Country Home.
3BR/2.5BA. Garage,
fish pond. Smoke free.
547-2091.
Chipley; 3BR/1BA
House. W,S,G paid. No
pets, No HUD.
$650/mth, $300/dep.
850-814-2625.


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2BR/1 BA, Screened
porch, large back yard.
$450/mth + $200/dep.
S W&G included HUD
welcome. Beside
Lane's Outdoor Equ.
LAKEFRONT 850-415-6744, leave
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2OBR, 2BA,
RENTAL
Stewart Lake, Clean,
No pets. No Smok-
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dep. 850-896-6917


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Homes. $400 + de-
posit. Water, garbage
furnished. Quiet family
park. 547-4232.


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6170 6170 I 6170

2BR/2BA MH for rent. 3BR/2BA in Chipley Circle J Mobile Home
Water/sewer and lawn area. CH/A, water fur- Park in Chipley, 921 N
service furnished. 3 ml- nished. No pets 2nd St.; & Graceville
les East of Vernon on $500/mth. LEAVE 5262 Alabama St. 2&3
Pioneer Rd. Call MESS. 850-258-1594. BR units for rent, start-
neer 8 4 9 6 8 4 2 ing @ $345 per mo call
850-849-6842, 850-832-2929


850-638-7315, or
638-9933.


2BR MH for rent with
utility building, window
air. 535-2657.


3BR/2BA, Chipley.
CH/A, WD hook-up, ap-
pliances. 1 block to ele-
mentary school.
$525/mth plus deposit.
No pets. 638-0560 or
850-774-3034.


For Rent: 2BR/1 BA
Mobile Homes $300.
month, plus $300. de-
posit, no pets. Call
850-547-2043. Leave
message.


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(850) 547-3510
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2 BA D)VWP1M ,:'rJ L':T El: E Twr.I 559,900 20
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S235,000 9. AC', ITH I1ELE. TI:I: S42,000 4. AC 3
BR 2 BA H ,,I IE ,.SII L IE :IE :i.l l.I E 79.900 I J. : IE
4 BR 2.5 BA H,:,I IE il J TI ', 11I SI09.900 15 ACRES
I-Ell: r :lTI -TEID' :El.I.EF. 79,900 10 ACRES
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2 STORY I' : I H.: I IE *: -11: LE 158.900
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tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 Wainscott 814-7256
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For Sale: 11.8 acres
with spring fed creek.
Manufactured home,
open floor plan, 4 bed-
rooms, 2 bathrooms,
living room, den, fire
place, deck, outbuild-
ings. House sits at
back of property, very
private. $129,900 Call
850-547-0975
House for sale:
3BR/2BA, 1582 sq. ft.
garage,411 North Okla-
homa St, Bonifay, FL,
Reasonable Price Call
219-242-2116 or inquire
within.



40 Acre Horse Ranch
for lease in Chipley,
lush pastures, fence/
cross fence, barn and
efficiency apt $850 mo.
334-585-0587



Gator Pond off Hwy.
77 near Sunnyhills in
Washington County;
Approximately 2 acres
high and dry, next to
water management
area, secluded, quiet.
Price negotiable, possi-
ble owner financing.
Call (850) 896-5755.
Two 8 acres on Bedie
Rd, Two 9 acres on
Bedie Rd. Two 5 acres
& One 10 acres on
Buddy Rd. One 10 ac-
res on Gainer Rd. 10
acres on Hwy 77.
Owner financing For
more info call Milton
Peel @ 850-638-1858.


7160
2003 14X70 3BR/2BA
w/new paint, carpet,
appliances. We will
set-up home & hook-up
CH/A. $17,900. Call
Brad @ 850-763-7780.
2-16X80's, 3BR/2BA.
New paint, carpet, ap-
pliances. Call Brad @
850-763-7780.
Zone III, New 16X80,
3BR/2BA w/plywood
floors, island kitchen.
Reduced to sale ASAP!
$35,900. Includes
set-up & AC. Call Brad
@ 850-763-7780.


NC Mountains Best
Land Buy! 2.5acres,
spectacular views,
gated, paved road.
High altitude. Easily ac-
cessible, secluded.
Bryson City. $45,000.
Owner financing:
(8 0 0 ) 8 1 0 1 5 9 0
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VIRGINA Mountain
Cabin: Galax area
Brand new! Great
views, private, fishing in
stocked trout stream! 2
acres, $159,500, call
owner, (866)275-0442


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8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
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8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
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8245 Boat Slips & Docks
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8330 Campers & Trailers
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1988 Notchback
Ex HWY Patrol Car
New Inside and Out
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interior, and paint.
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$7,500 OBO
896-0301 / 896-1118








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'01 Silver Mustang
Controvertible w/black
top. Excellent shape.
$5000. '95 Jeep Wran-
gler 4WD, camouflage,
37 Micky Thompson ti-
res. Detroit locker front.
Detroit locker rear.
373-7610.


1995 Black Dodge Lar-
amire SLT 2500, 2dr
X/C, Cummins Turbo
Diesel, long bed,
174,000 miles, goose-
neck hitch, towing
hitch, PW & locks,
cruise control. $5,200
OBO.
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w/wood floor. 5'1" wide,
8' long & 5'9" high.
Good for calves, goats,
pigs or 1-2 cows. Slid-
ing door. $400.
1995 Equipment/Hay
hauling 3 axle trailer,
20' deck, 4' dovetail,
pintle hitch. Trailer &
deck in good condition.
Tires fair condition.
$2,500, OBO.
638-7351.


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truck Camancho
pickup, automatic
transmission, A/C,
cold, recent engine &
AC compressor,
$1800.00 Call
850-212-6964


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WAS $14,979
st1,848


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Sharp Utility Vehicle

WAS $17,949
s4,888IS
$11f.848


07 PONTIAC
GRAND PRIX
4 Door. Automatic.
Sporty
WAS S12,888

s9.848

08 DODGE
GRAND CARAVAN
Nice, Sharp
Family Van
SUPER DEAL

$12,9881

09 C-IEVY
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Leather Seats
WAS $18,949

$15,888


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RAM 1500 4x4
4 Door
Nice Truckl
PRICED TO GO!

$10,888

03 CHEVY
TAHOE LT
Sharply
Nice SUV!
PRICED TO GO

s13,888

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CREW CAB
Automatc. 4.4
Sha.rp Vehicle'
WAS S21,949

7m949


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SOLAR
Sharp
Sporty Ca '
PRICED TO GO!

s10,979

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ECLIPSE GS
Automatic, Sporty
Check This One Out!
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*13,949

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RX 330
Leather Seats. Sunrroo.
L u u ry
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Wednesday, June 30, 2010


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BOB PFORTE


Sale Thru The
Close Of Business ,
Saturday, July 3rd. 2.
Doors Close When
- The Last Customer -.
- is 100% Satisfied! '
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2010 DODGE
RAM 3500
Light Greystone Pearl,
Auto., 6.7 Liter Cummins
Diesel 4x4, #102316
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2010 DODGE
RAM 2500 ST
Light Khaki Metallic, Auto,
6.7 Liter Cummins Diesel,
Reg. Cab, #102214
.oo46&'r- --


2010 DODGE
RAM 1500
Automatic, 4.7 Liter V-8,
Reg. Cab,
#102280
r-aft


2010 DODGE
DAKOTA SLT
CREW CAB
Inferno Red, Crystal Pearl,
Auto., 4.7 Liter V-8, #102257


PI 2010 JEEP
COMPASS
Bright Silver Metallic,
5-Speed, 2.4 Liter,
1 28+ MPG


CM -o2010 DODGE
AVENGER SXT ,
Silver Steel Metallic,
Auto., 2.4 Liter,
#102341


2010 DODGE
CALIBER
Deep Water Blue Pearl, 2.0
Liter 4 Cylinder, Auto., In
Glove Box Cooler! #102331


2010 JEEP
WRANGLER
UNLIMITED
Deep Water Blue Pearl, 4 Dr.,
Auto., 4x4, 3-Piece Freedom
Hardtop, 3.8L V-6


All vehicles figured with $3,000 down, all rebates applied, plus tax, tag, title and fees.
USED CAR "BLOWOUT"
6-YEAR, 80,000 MILE WARRANTY
.ll; li; LIFETIME ENGINE WARRANTY (i
":,,08 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 White, Soft Top, Automatic, #P1659 ............... $16,935 Dodge Ram 3500 4 Dr., Dually, Auto., Diesel
',,;09 Dodge Charger Red, PW, PL, PM, 3.5 H.O., Sharp, Graphics 38K Miles, #Pj 1... S1,989 "',;06 Dodge ham 1500 Aul... 4 Dr., Red, Sharp
'",,,07 Jeep Liberty 4x4 V-6, 3.7 Liter, Sunroof, 46K Miles, 'Pi .,.1 ......... S10,989 "! 07 Chrysler PaClliCa :ed. Automatic, 33K M
' 89 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 Black, Hard & Bikini Top, 5-Speed, 4 Cyl, .; P'i.-::.$2,970 "'"i06 Toyota RAV-4 ,ui:- Very Nice, Only 77K
", 06 Dodge SprinterW white, 71K Miles, Auto., cargo, Read, o i .o$ ...... S17,938 10 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo ',j ui I
"'i, 07 Dodge Ram 1500 White, 33K Miiles, Very Clean, P I 1,:'- ..................9,869 04 Jeep Cherokee Auto., L ,iA l .- 1.1,:. Nice
*M96 Ford F-150 White, V-6, Auto., 2WD, Tow, Super Clean, .-I .i .- $ ... ,698 ''"09 Dodge Journe Auto., Loaded, 3rd Row,
06 Ford F-250 4 Dr., 6.0LoAuto., 4x4, Tow, Red &Ready :ri, ri., ,. #P1632A .. $22,198 ",O Dodge Magnum Lil Red Wagon', 51K Mil
'08 Dodge Ram 2500 White,. L .,1-. -,iI.... I I ...!. 1 .- i. $29,899 O 1TChnsler Sebring silver, Auto., V-6, 19K M
"'07 Dodge Dakota 4 Door, V-6. -u T, ,uri, u .i,: ru,: i i,': $13,988 ",' 08Chrysler PT Cruiser 45K Miles, Automati
' 09 Chrysler 300 Auto., Blue ,,'rini r,:, :. e P,:'.,.................. $15,998 ""09 Dodge Avenger Black, Auto., Must Go!, "
* 08 Dodge Ram 1500 4 Dr., Black, lool Box, Bedliner, 4x4, low, Sharp!, 7K Miles, #P1649 ,684 08 Dodge Caliber Red, Auto., 28 mpg, Alloy,
I 07 Dodge Ram 1500 Silver 2WD, 5.7 L"Hemi, Only 44K Miles, #P1648 ........... 17,789 ""09 Chrysler Town & Contry Auto., Blue, \Power
All vehicles figured with $3,000 down, plus tax, tag, title and fees.


We Do It All,
From Big to
Small..,


SALE


, x4, Only 32K Miles, #P1647. 4,198
p Truck, #P1646.............. $13,978
miles, #1645 .................... 10,988
Miles ................................... $10,798
3K Miles, #P1642 SAVE $1000's. 18,990
SAffordable Jeep, #P15581A......... 4,789
#P1634........................ 14,398
es, Auto., #1633..... ... S12,198
liles, #P1628.... .................. 14,398
c, #P1622..........................7,299
Certified", #P1603............ S11,888
i, #P1585A..... ................... 8,199
Lift Gate & Doors, Stow-n-Go, #P1620.. $17,219

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Credit Score

800
Credit Score


BOB PFORTE DODGE
4214 West Lafayette St., -": jee
Marianna, FL (850) 482-4601 ee


General Sales Mgr. Sales ManagerF
General Sales Mgr. Sales Manager


JOE COSTA LINDSEY PAGE
Sales Pro Sales Pro


Sales Pro


TOMMY BARNES
Sales Pro


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1 IYou Are Cordially Invited
To Orange Hill's
I IULY 4TIH FAMXLVY
CELEBRATrZOI 5
Celebration Starts at 3 P.M.
Fireworks Start at 9 P.M.
Family Fun Kids Activities
SGreat Food Great Fireworks
FREE ADMISSION 2
Festival Style Seating Bring
V Lawn Chair or Blanket
No Coolers or Alcohol Allowed
SEE YOU THERE!!!


AT A 9 AUTO ALE


06 BMW 07 FORD F-150 4 08 FORD
3251 LARIAT ESCAPE XLT
Loaded, 52,000 Miles, Carfax, Loaded, 4 Wheel Drive, 4 Door, V-6, 75K Miles, Sunroof,
Local Owner Auto., 5.4L V-8, 87,000 Miles Power Everything, Keyless Entry


05 CHEVY
AVALANCHE
2 To Choose From Red & White, Power
Windows & Locks, 4 Door, 73,000 Miles


09 TOYOTA
CAMRY
S29,000 Miles, Full Factory Warranty,/
Like New!


* 07 NISSAN
FRONTIER
Loaded, Sunroof, Leather, Auto.,
V-6, Only 43,000 Miles


09 TOYOTA 4 09 CHEVY
COROLLA IMPALA
33,000 Miles, Factory Warranty Loaded, 2 To Choose From-Black or Red,
Check This One Out! Must See, Auto., Power Seats, 45,000 Miles


09 NISSAN VERSA
\ -Factory Warranty, Power Windows,
Micro Suede Interior, Auto, Cold A/C,
4 Door, Tilt, Cruise, 33,000 Miles


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09 KIA V> 09 DODGE
SPECTRA EX AVENGER SX
Factory Warranty, Good Gas Mileage, 2 To Choose From
Power Windows and Locks, CD, Sharp Vehicles!
44,000 Miles

AUTV SALES


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