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VOTERS' GUIDE
in this week's edition


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Wednesday, AUGUST 11,2010 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 87, Number 31 50C


For the latest
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News

BRIEFS
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Florida's back-
to-school sales tax
holiday will begin at
12:01 a.m. Friday,
Aug. 13, and end at
midnight Sunday, Aug.
15. During this period,
no sales tax will be
collected on sales
of books, clothing,
footwear and certain
accessories selling
for $50 or less, or on
certain school supplies
selling for $10 or less.

INSIDE


Perry's Prattle
Perry Wells looks at
the past and future
of the Spanish Trail
Playhouse
A4


CHS band camp
Color guard, drum
line get to work
A5


Blue Ribbon
7-year-old is
a top hand


INDEX
Extra........................ Page BI
Obituaries................ Page B4
Classifieds................ Page B5
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Water district might reclaim property


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY What the water man-
agement district giveth, the water
management district may taketh
away. Word has been received by
the Washington County Board of
County Commissioners and the
Washington County School Board
from the Northwest Florida Wa-


ter Management District that the
NWFWMD might want the site of a
future school in south Washington
County back.
Superintendent of Education
Sandra Cook said Monday that
BOCC Chairman Eddy Holman
received a letter July 27 that was
seconded to Cook from NWFWMD
Director Douglas Barr. Cook said
that in the letter, Barr said that
since the school board had not ob-


trained state approval for a school
on the 96.2 acres on Dumajack
Road, the NWFWMD might take
back the property.
Cook said the property was
transferred in January 2009 after
three-and-a-half years of work as
the site for a future school. Cook
said that under the terms of the
transfer, if the school board did
not build a school within 25 years,
the property would revert back to


Wcishinrqlo.r County Superir-lnerideil Scndrcir C:::o..:k (riqcl) cid -, e sch.:::.ol board honored
students with a 500 FCAT score.


41 students honored



for 500 on FCAT


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washington
County School Board honored
41 students who each earned
a score of 500 on the Florida
Comprehensive Assessment
Test (FCAT). The students
were recognized at Monday's
regular board meeting.
Several students were hon-
ored for multiple 500 scores.
Autumn Basinger of Vernon
High School scored her third


500 in reading. Mary Bowen
and Kendall Whitson (writing)
of Chipley High (reading),
Taryn Strickland of Vernon
High (writing), and Taylor
Monroe (reading) and Ste-
phen Kaufman (science) at
Roulhac Middle School were
honored for the second time.
Students honored by
schools included:
Kate M. Smith Elemen-
tary: Cody Boname (math),
Hailey Bliss (math), Koltin
Cox (math), Autumn Higinson
(math), Joey Jordan (math),


Ciara McIntyre (math),
Jamison York (math), Na-
thaniel Bowen (reading) and
Breanna Brackin (writing)
Vernon Elementary:
Olivia Cotton (math), Crystal
Dubose (math), Allan Hogans
(math) and Joshua Lunsford
(math)
Chipley High School:
Mary Bowen (reading), Luke
Hinson (writing), Jesse
Kneiss (writing) and Kendall
Whitson (writing)
See HONORED A7


the NWFWMD.
Cook noted that the school is in
the board's 10- and 20-year plans
but that another county school is
not needed at present.
Cook said she is concerned that
the NWFWMD wants the property
back after only two years. Based
on correspondence with the state
Department of Education, there is
See PROPERTY A7


Chipley man

accused of

abusing,

killing child

S. BRADY CALHOUN
Florida Freedom Newspapers
PANAMA CITY Thomas Everitt
Brown came here from Chipley
with his two children to clean up
oil.
But instead of working on the
beach, authorities said, Brown is
sitting in the Bay
County jail accused
of abusing his 7-
month-old daugh-
ter and killing his
20-month-old son.
Panama City
police investigators
THOMAS announced the ar-
BROWN rest Monday. Inves-
tigators said they ar-
rested Brown, 23, after being called
to a local hospital Saturday where
his children were being treated for
their injuries.
Brown told investigators his
son was injured when he fell off a
couch. He added that the child had
been sick and vomited on the liv-
ing room furniture, according to
Deputy Chief Robert Colbert.
See KILLING A7

School

board to set

workshop for

charter school
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washington
County School Board tabled con-
sideration of an application for
what would be, if approved, the
county's first charter school. The
board took that action at its regu-
lar meeting Monday night. The
board also approved setting a date
for a workshop on the issue.
The board has an applica-
tion in hand from an organization
called Sunny Hills Charter School.
Schools Superintendent Sandra
Cook said the group proposes
to open a charter school in the
See SCHOOL A7


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Scores are in
for elementary and middle
schools for the Florida Com-
prehensive Assessment Test
for Washington County. High
scores will be released in the
next few weeks.
The points system, as


explained by the Washing-
ton County School District's
Beth Arnold, is points ac-
cumulated by a percentage
of students scoring at FCAT
Level 3 and above and aver-
aged, then added to the aver-
age of the percentage of the
students' progress, produc-
ing a score of 100-600.
An A is 525 points or more
with at least 95 percent test-


ed; at least 50 percent of low-
est students in reading and
math must make gains in the
current year; a B is from 495-
524 points; a C is from 435-
494. For B and C, at least 50
percent of lowest students in
reading and math must make
gains in one or two consecu-
tive years. D is from 395-434,
See RESULTS A7


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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
CHIPLEY Washington-Holmes
Technical Center will be offering
a Firefighter I course from Aug. 23
to Jan. 31. Orientation for this class
will be on Aug. 12.
This course is designed to assist


volunteer firemen in accomplish-
ing the goal of being state-certified
as a Firefighter I.
The program consists of 206
hours and prepares the student
for enrollment in the Firefighter II
program if he or she so desires.
The requirements for enroll-


ment in this course are that the stu-
dent must be at least 18, possess a
high school diploma or GED, have
a record clear of felonies and be in
good physical condition.
Prospective students must pick
up an application from Washing-
ton-Holmes Technical Center and

4-H KICKOFF


have all required documentation
before the first day of class.
To be eligible to sit before the
state board exam, the student
must comply with all requirements
placed by the Washington-Holmes
Technical Center and the Bureau
of Fire Standards and Training.


Class hours are 6-10 p.m. Mon-
day, Tuesday and Thursday. There
will be some training days where
the student will be expected to par-
ticipate in practical exercises.
For information, call Greg
Hutching or Brandon Stevenson at
638-1180.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
CHIPLEY Washington County 4-H
will host a kickoff celebration Monday,
Aug. 16, from 5-6:30 p.m. at the Washing-
ton County Ag Center in the East Wing
Conference Room. Come meet all of the


club leaders for the Sure Shots Skeet
& Trap 4-H Club, Top Nocks Archery
4-H Club, Livestock 4-H Club, Project
Challenge 4-H Club and Fire Ants 4-H
Club.
All current 4-H'ers and kids who want
to join 4-H should plan to attend. 4-H is


open to all youths in Washington County
and provides leadership, citizenship and
communication programs to make kids
the best they can be. Club activities, day
camps, educational trips, opportunities
to show case your talents and overnight
camp are just a few of the fun things kids


can do as 4-H'ers.
To learn more about 4-H, visit wash-
ington.ifas.ufl.edu/4-H.shtml or find them
on Facebook to see pictures of 4-H in ac-
tion. For information, contact 4-H agent
Julie P Dillard at 638-6180 orjuliepd@ufl.
edu.


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Cleanup
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BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf. And that
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Searching For And Cleaning Up The Oil
You may have heard that oil is no longer flowing into the Gulf. But every
morning our spotter planes and helicopters continue to search for oil
off the coast, heading to areas previously mapped with satellite imagery
and infrared photography. If oil is found, they radio down to the ships
and boats of all sizes that are supporting the cleanup effort and working to
collect the oil. These are local shrimping and fishing boats organized
into task forces and strike teams, plus specialized skimmers mobilized
from around the world.

We have recovered more than 35 million gallons of oil-water mixture from
the Gulf. Other methods have also helped remove millions of additional
gallons of oil from the water. We've deployed millions of feet of boom
to protect beaches and sensitive wildlife areas.

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In the event of a hurricane, our first priority is keeping people safe. In
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We have already spent more than $3.9 billion responding to the spill
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The rebirth of the Spanish Trail Playhouse


Among the surviving
members of the former
Spanish Trail Playhouse in
Chipley when the former
organization was rekindled
three years ago were
Roger Van Landingham
and his wife, Winona, and
Marvin Engram and his
wife, Elaine. There may
have been others.
A box of leftover
materials from the
original castings of a
number of plays 45 years
ago was delivered to
the Washington County
Historical Museum by
the Engrams. They have
proven helpful to those
working to give new life
and reformation to an idea
born almost five decades
ago. These historical items
will ultimately find a home
in the museum.
Some of the other
original "prime movers" in
establishing the Spanish
Trail Playhouse in Chipley
include Dan Jensen, the
popular band director of
Chipley High School, along
with his wife, Ann, also
associated with the school
system.
Office holders in the
first organization are
well-remembered by area
residents who now label
them as the "old-timers."
The move to re-
establish the Spanish
Trail Playhouse was
spearheaded by Chipley
native Kevin Russell, son
of Barbara Russell, a well-
known longtime employee


of the Washington County
Library in Chipley. Kevin
has gained valuable
experience in acting and
producing roles at Chipola
College, where he is a
student.
In the
formal
Ty, regrouping
of the
Playhouse,
officers
elected
PERRY'S were Kevin
PRATTLE Russell,
Perry Wells president,
and Polly
Kneiss, vice president,
with Patsy Lawson named
treasurer, Rachel Webb
designated business
secretary, Valerie Park
appointed corresponding
secretary and Trish Payne
filling the post of member
at large.
Chris Kneiss
was named to head
renovations. He has
accomplished the
mammoth task of
successfully renovating
and refurbishing the
auditorium in the old
Chipley High School. Plays
can now be staged in air-
conditioned comfort, or
with adequate heating
in the winter. Wireless
microphones used by the
performers, along with the
top-notch sound system,
allows almost perfect
understanding of the action
on the stage.
Danuta Jacob, a faculty
member at Chipola,


heads plannn, and
Steplhanie \\alters
heads public relations
Jimml Miller-serles
as technical director,
Stele Mason, finance
director, and Stele
Yates. set director
The Marclh 2.-20
presentation ot --The
Curious Savage" marked
the beginning of the
third season for the
present-day Spanish Trail
Playhouse. President
Russell announced the
dedication of Season 3 in
loving memory of Marvin
Engram, explaining it
was Marvin and Elaine
Engram who gave him
the inspiration to bring
back what was once a vital
part of our community.
Marvin passed away in
2009. His participation in
civic organizations, church,
government and many
other facets of community
activities reads like a who's
who in public service.
"The Curious Savage"
is a three-act play written
by John Patrick, who was
born in 1905. It was first
produced on Oct. 24, 1950,
at the Martin Beck Theater
in New York.
The basic plot portrays
Mrs. Savage, a widow,


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having been committed to
a sanatorium by her three
grown-up stepchildren
hoping to bring her "to her
senses" regarding
$10 million that she insists
on hiding, hoping to "make
the best use of" it by
helping others achieve
their dreams.
The Ethel Savage role
was a natural for Terrie
Garrett, owner and stylist
at Final Touch Beauty
Salon. Dr. Emmett,
the staff doctor, was
professionally portrayed by
Ron Anderson, who made
his acting debut. He has
transferred to Colorado,
where he continues his
U.S. Postal Service job.
A host of other highly
talented men and women
filled the slots portraying
the other characters,
who are described as a
cross-section of social
misfits. Ethel Savage
is thrown together with


them in the institute
and is determined to
them find their hope
dreams.
Some interesting
definitions of love
are expressed in the
production in an exc
among the residents
one place, Savage te
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him she loved him w
she cautioned him at
dinner table, "Don't
fast, Fairy." She furti
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ways of expressing l
such as when people
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raining," "Hurry bac
or even "Watch out;y
break your neck."
"There are hundr
of way of wording it -
just have to listen foi
dear," Savage conclu
Another profound
exchange occurs bet
Dr. Emmett and Sav
when he is releasing


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help "But the peace you find
s and here is the moon reflected
on a dark lake. Strike the
surface, and you destroy
it. Is that the kind of peace
you want?" Her reply: "I
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Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
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Chipley, FL 32428. Periodicals postage paid at Chipley,
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Saturday, August 28, 2010
8 a.m.- 2 p.m.
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'Nunsense Jamboree'


auditions begin Aug. 16


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
CHIPLEY The Span-
ish Trail Playhouse will
hold open auditions for its
production of "Sister Am-
nesia's Country Western
Nunsense Jamboree" on
Aug. 16 and 17. The audi-
tions will be held at 6 p.m.
at The Spanish Trail Play-
house (Historic Chipley
High School), 680 Second
St. in Chipley. No children
will be cast. Anyone 16 or
older is encouraged to par-
ticipate in the auditions
for this high-energy musi-
cal. No prior experience is
necessary. Come dressed
comfortably, as auditions
will consist of singing and
dancing.
Directed by Kevin Rus-
sell, "Sister Amnesia's
Country Western Nun-
sense Jamboree" is pre-
sented as a promotional
tour for Sister Mary Am-
nesia's newly released al-
bum, "I Could Have Gone
to Nashville." After re-
gaining her memory, Sis-
ter Amnesia realizes she
is Sister Mary Paul, a for-
mer country singer.
The Reverend Mother,
feeling that one should not
waste God-given talents,
gets Sister Mary Paul a re-
cording contract, and now
she is on a national tour.


Cheered by audiences and
critics alike as funny and
fast-paced, this hilarious
hoe-down is "Nunsense"
fun with a "Laugh In,"
"Hee Haw," Grand Ole
Opry slant.
You say you're not a
country music fan? Don't
worry! This country music
is "Nunsense Theatrical
Style!" This outrageously
funny show is filled with
hysterical one-liners and
infectious comic tunes
that will have you stomp-
ing your foot and clapping
along!
Audition packets will be
available starting Monday,
Aug. 9 at the Washington
County Public Library,
1444 Jackson Ave., Chipley,
and the Washington Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce,
672 Fifth St., Chipley.
The Spanish Trail Play-
house was reorganized in
2007 as an all-volunteer
community theater. "Sis-
ter Amnesia's Country
Western Nunsense Jam-
boree" will take the stage
Oct. 21-26 and will be the
final production of the
Spanish Trail Playhouse's
third season.
For more information,
visit www.spanishtrailplay
house.com, e-mail spanish
trailplayhouse @ gmail.
com or call 850-638-9113.


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Finch. The reunion will be Sept. 4. The
reunion will take place at the Washington
County Agriculture Center. The center is
at 1424 Jackson Ave., in Chipley Lunch will


be served at 12:30 p.m.
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One killed in Sunday wreck


FROM STAFF REPORTS

CARYVILLE A 30-year-old
Bonifay woman died in a wreck
Sunday morning that left two
others in critical condition.
About 10:15 a.m., April Nicole
Lee was driving a 2003 Ford Ex-
pedition south on State Road 79
just north of County Road 276 in
Washington County, according
to the Florida Highway Patrol. A
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee driv-
ing north drifted over the center
line and struck Lee's vehicle,


according to the FHP
The Ford rotated and came
to rest in the northbound lane,
according to an FHP news re-
lease. The Jeep veered onto the
shoulder, overturned and came
to rest on its right side.
Lee was pronounced dead
at the scene by EMS respond-
ers, the FHP said. Her pas-
senger, 46-year-old Denise Ma-
rie Harmon of Caryville, suf-
fered critical injuries and was
taken to Bay Medical Center.
Both were wearing seat belts.


The driver of the Jeep,
Chad M. Ershing, 34, of Pan-
ama City, also suffered criti-
cal injuries and was taken to
Southeast Medical Center in
Dothan, Ala. Ershing was not
wearing a seat belt.
Alcohol wasn't a factor in the
accident, the FHP said.

PDL man found dead
A 73-year-old man was found
dead about seven hours after he
left home to drive to the hospital.


Between 1 and 1:30 a.m. Satur-
day, Jimmy Skarote of Ponce de
Leon told his wife he wasn't feel-
ing well and set out for the hospi-
tal in DeRmniak Springs, accord-
ing to the FHP He crashed his
2004 Buick Rendezvous into the
woods, lay down and was later
found dead.
After leaving home, Skarote
had driven north on State Road
81, according to an FHP news re-
lease. At an unknown point in the
journey, he turned around. Near
Ammon Road, he drifted onto the


shoulder, overcorrected, drove
into the woods and struck several
trees.
After the Buick came to a stop,
Skarote got out of the vehicle and
"checked in his pockets for some-
thing," the release stated. He
opened the left rear door, put the
seats down and lay down.
He was discovered at 8:34
a.m., the FHP said. A paramedic
pronounced him dead at 8:53
a.m. He was taken to the medi-
cal examiner's office, which will
determine a cause of death.


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Vernon High School:
Autumn Basinger (read-
ing), Eric Bartram (writ-
ing), Stephanie Carter
(writing), Jessica Em-
manuel (writing), Lar-
issa McDonald (writing),
Zackary Qualls (writing),
Taryn Strickland (writ-
ing) and Caitlin Vaughn
(writing)
Vernon Middle
School: Madisen Hawes
(reading), Jade Anderson-


Coatney (reading), Monica
Howart (writing), Morgan
McKenzie (writing), Kyle
Middlemass (writing) and
James Stray (writing)
Roulhac Middle
School: Taylor Mun-
roe (reading), Carly
Mead (reading), Stephen
Kaufman (science), Alexis
Adams (writing) and Casey
Strickland (writing)
Home Education:
Wesley Stucki (writing)


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and F is less than 395.
"As a district we earned
491 points, making us a C
district, which was only
four points from being a B,"
Arnold said. "We dropped
from being a B district to
a C district, which is con-
sistent with statewide re-
sults."
She said the district was
very proud of the elemen-
tary schools' maintaining
their A.
High school grades will
not be available until the
fall, because even though
their FCAT scores have
been finalized, the FCAT
makes up only half of the
high school's overall grade.
"Even with the drop of
our middle school scores,
I am confident that our
teachers continue to pro-
vide the best education
possible," said Superinten-
dent of Washington County
Schools Sandra Cook. "We
are always looking for bet-
ter means to present infor-
mation to our students so
they will be successful."
Cook said the district
is continuing its effort to
evaluate all aspects of the
educational process.
"Hopefully we will see
improvements in the fu-
ture," she said. "I am very
proud of our elementary
schools for maintaining
their A, and I am very
proud of our teachers and
staff for all their hard work
and dedication."

Roulhac Middle School
(Grade B)
Last Year's Grade: A
Percentage Meeting High


Standards in:
Reading: 74
Math: 68
Writing: 80
Science: 54
Points Earned: 515
Percentage Tested: 1 00

Kate M. Smith
Elementary School
(Grade A)
Last Year's Grade: A
Percentage Meeting High
Standards in:
Reading: 88
Math: 88
Writing: 74
Science: 46
Points Earned: 550
Percentage Tested: 1 00

Vernon Middle School
(Grade C)
Last Year's Grade: B
Percentage Meeting High
Standards in:
Reading: 64
Math: 58
Writing: 85
Science: 37
Points Earned: 472
Percentage Tested: 99

Vernon Elementary
School (Grade A)
Last Year's Grade: A
Percentage Meeting High
Standards in:
Reading: 85
Math: 89
Writing: 81
Science: 46
Points Earned: 594
Percentage Tested: 1 00


SCHOOL from pacqeAl


Sunny Hills-Greenhead
area starting with a K-5
school similar to Bay Ha-
ven Charter Academy in
Bay County. Cook said the
group hopes to begin oper-
ations in the 2011-12 school
year.
Charter schools are
public schools of choice,
according to the Florida
Department of Education's
Office of Independent Edu-
cation and School Choice.
"They are very popular
- and among the fastest
growing school choice op-
tions in Florida," according
to floridaschoolchoice.org.
"Charter schools are large-
ly free to innovate, and of-
ten provide more effective
programs and choice to di-
verse groups of students.
"Since 1996, the num-
ber of charter schools in
Florida has grown from 5


to 389 schools in 2008-2009.
Charter school student
enrollment for 2008-2009
was well over 100,000 stu-
dents. Over 50 new charter
schools have opened in the
2008-2009 school year."
Charter schools are
public schools that operate
under a performance char-
ter that frees the schools
from many regulations of
traditional schools.
Charter schools may be
created when a group of
parents and teachers, an
individual, a municipality
or a legal entity submits an
application to the appropri-
ate authorizing agency. A
governing board negotiates
a contract or charter with
the authorizing agency.
Charter schools are public
schools and are funded like
any other public school un-
der Florida law.


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Two arrested on drug charges


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washington Coun-
ty Drug Task Force, consisting of the
Washington County Sheriff's Office
and the Chipley Police Department,
reports the results of an active week-
end that included two arrests and
the dismantling of yet another in a
long list of methamphetamine labs
that have fallen victim to the task
force recently.
The information came in a news
release from the DTE
On Friday, deputies performed a
traffic stop of a vehicle driven by Mi-
chael Dean Scott, 22, of Graceville,
who had an active warrant for viola-
tion of probation. A search of both
Scott and his vehicle by Drug Task
Force investigators and deputies
revealed a large amount of metham-
phetamines in Scott's possession.
Scott was charged with posses-


sion of methamphetamines and is commission of a felony, possession of
being held without bond. marijuana less than 20 grams, man-


During routine
patrol in the Wausau
area Sunday, depu-
ties approached
three individuals,
which resulted in
one fleeing on foot.
Deputies were able
MICHAEL to obtain the location
DEAN SCOTT of the individual, and
Drug Task Force in-
vestigators asked for and received
consent to search the residence at
2802 Monroe St. in Wausau. Search
of the residence revealed an opera-
tional methamphetamine lab, listed
chemicals used in the manufactur-
ing of methamphetamines, and a
.233-caliber assault rifle.
Washington County Drug Task
Force investigators arrested Joh-
nie Raymond Johnson Jr., 48, of
Wausau. Johnson was charged with
possession of a firearm during the


JOHNIE
RAYMOND
JOHNSON
targeted the


ufacturing of meth-
amphetamines,
possession of meth-
amphetamines with
intent to distribute,
and possession of
listed chemicals.
Johnson is be-
ing held on a $25,000
bond.
"The Drug Task
Force has not only
movement of illegal


drugs, but we have successfully re-
moved the source by taking numer-
ous methamphetamine labs out of
operation," Sheriff Bobby Haddock
said. "This will create an increasing-
ly positive ripple effect throughout
the county as a whole."
Haddock asked that anyone with
information on illegal drug activity
contact DTF at 638-TIPS (8477) or by
e-mail at tips@wcso.us.


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However, the medical
examiner's office deter-
mined there was no way
the child could have been
killed by falling off the
couch. The office ruled the
death a homicide, and in-
vestigators believe Brown
beat the child, "causing
numerous internal inju-
ries," the police report
noted.


Authorities added they
do not yet know whether
Brown used his fists, a
weapon or some combina-
tion of the two. It is also
unclear how many times
the children were struck,
investigators said.
Brown was "not willing
to provide specific details,"
Colbert said.
The names of the chil-


dren were not released
Monday. Their mother
did not have custody of
the children and lives
in a separate household
in Chipley, investigators
said.
"He was the primary
custodial parent," Colbert
said.
The 7-month-old is now
with the Department of


Children and Families, of-
ficials said. DCF officials
said the child is in good
condition and that they
are offering the family
grief counseling.
Brown faces one count
of child abuse, in connec-
tion with his daughter's
beating, and an open count
of murder in his son's slay-
ing, police reported.


PROPERTY from Doae Al


no hurry to have a school approved
at the Dumajack Road site, nor was
there any pressure from the water
management district on the state
to approve a new school, Cook said,
based on research by school district
central office staff members.
Cook said the immediate question
is whether the letter from the NWF-
WMD has something to do with the
ongoing dispute over 10 water wells


planned for northern Bay County
that have raised concern from resi-
dents in south Washington County,
especially those living around lakes
and waterways in that area.
Washington County joined the
Knight-Ridder Trust in filing to halt
the water project until hearings in
January or February. A public hear-
ing on the well project is planned for
Chipley in February.


"The odd thing is, the school board
and the board of county commission-
ers are two completely separate enti-
ties," Cook said. "The land transfer
was between the school board and
the water management district, and
the commissioners had nothing to do
with it.
"I am concerned that this (the dis-
pute between the BOCC and NWFW-
MD) may be the reason for the letter."


Community NEWS


Washington County
Farm Bureau
CHIPLEY The annual meeting
of the Washington County Farm
Bureau is scheduled for Thursday,
Aug. 19, at the Washington County
Agricultural Center. The evening's
activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. with
dinner, followed by a brief business
meeting. The evening will feature
Ron Sims of the Florida Farm
Bureau Insurance team.
In order that adequate
preparation can be made, members
are encouraged to confirm their
attendance by notifying the Farm
Bureau Office, 638-1756, no later
than noon Monday, Aug. 16.

TCC board to meet
BONIFAY Tri-County Community
Council Inc. Board of Directors will
meet Thursday, Aug. 12, at 5 p.m. at
Simbo's Restaurant, State Road 79
North in Bonifay.

WIRED scholarships
MARIANNA Chipola College
students interested in computers
and information technology
are encouraged to apply for the
WIRED for Technology scholarship
program. Chipola was recently
notified that scholarship funds will
continue through the fall 2010 term.
The program funded 23 technology
students during the 2009-10
academic year.
For information about the
scholarships at Chipola, contact Gail
Hartzog or Pat Barfield at 850-718-
2342 or e-mail hartzogg@chipola.
edu, or contact Nancy Burns at 850-


526-2761 or burnsn@chipola.edu.

Vehicle checkpoints
MARIANNA The Florida
Highway Patrol will be conducting
driver's license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints through Aug.
31 on the roadways listed below in
Jackson, Holmes and Washington
counties.
In Jackson County: State 69
north of Grand Ridge, State 71
near Willis Road, State 286 north
of Interstate 10, State 276 south of
Interstate 10, and State 73 north of
Interstate 10. In Holmes County:
State 2 west of State 79, County
177A south of State 2, State 79 north
of Bonifay, and County 173 near
County 162. In Washington County:
Interstate 10 east of Chipley, State
77 at the state line, State 273 north
of Chipley, State 79 north of Vernon,
and State 77 north of Wausau.

Employee training
MARIANNA The Chipola
Regional Workforce Board is
offering employers a chance to
recover up to 90 percent of wages
paid to employees receiving training
through participation in the region's
On the Job Training program.
Participation by the employers is
on a first-come, first-served basis,
and there will be a limited amount
of time for employers to register for
the program. Companies wishing to
participate should contact Margaret
Murphy at the Marianna One Stop
Center by calling 850-718-0326, ext.
124, or e-mailing margaretm@
onestopahead.com.
People wanting to learn more


about the program should contact
their nearest One-Stop Career
Center in Blountstown (850-
674-5088), Chipley (638-6089) or
Marianna (850-718-0326).

Christmas toy drive
CHIPLEY Advocates for Children
Inc. and the Guardian ad Litem
Program are providing Christmas
toys for kids who have been abused,
by collecting supplies for the
Caryville Work Camp's Giving Back
Christmas Project. Some items
needed to make wooden Christmas
toys are wood, sandpaper, paint,
nails, tools, wood glue, etc. For
information on these programs or
to make a project donation, call 638-
6043.

Labor Day water fun
VERNON There will be a Labor
Day event at Holmes Creek park in
Vernon on Sept. 6 beginning at 11
a.m. The event will include swings
over Holmes Creek, a diving board
and tube races for ages 8-10, 10-14
and 14-17. For more information,
call 850-210-7001.

Peanut field day
MARIANNA The annual Peanut
Field Day will be held at the
Marianna North Florida Research
and Education Center on Thursday,
Aug. 19, starting with registration at
8 a.m. and ending with a sponsored
lunch. Field tours will begin at 8:30
a.m. Topics to be addressed include
disease and nematode control, new
varieties, crop rotation and weed
control. CEUs will be available at
registration.


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The family of Chuck Norton would
like to express sincere gratitude
for the abundant acts f kindness
and love, prayers, thoughts, cards,
food and flowers during our time of
sorrow. He will be truly missed and
may God bless each and everyone.
Sincerely,
Shirley & Leslie, Barbie Doman,
Chris Horton and Debbie Spivey


NOTICE
The Holmes County School Board
will be considering amendments
to School Board Policies, Student
Progression Plan and Student
Code of Conduct at the August
17, 2010, School Board meeting
at 6:00 pm. A copy of the
documents to be amended may
be viewed at the Holmes County
School Board Office Monday-
Thursday from 7:30 am until
3:00 pm. A public hearing will
be held August 17, 2010 at 6:00
pm in Board Room.


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NRA banquet
BONIFAY Northwest
Florida Friends of NRA
will hold their annual
fundraiser banquet on
Thursday August 19 at
the Holmes County Ag
Center in Bonifay.
Social Hour is at 6:00
p.m., Dinner is at 7:30
p.m. with live auction
following. Call 547-3816 or
850-373-7896 to get tickets
or be a sponsor.

National Guard
anniversary
BONIFAY The 60th
anniversary of the forma-
tion of the National Guard
Unit at Bonifay will be
observed at a luncheon
on Saturday, Aug. 14 at 11
a.m. at Simbo's Restau-
rant in Bonifay.
The Florida National
Guard 144th Transporta-
tion Co attached to the
124th Infantry was acti-
vated on Dec. 20,1949,
with 26 men receiving the
oath on Dec. 21.
First Lt. Mabry Stott
was named as Command-
ing Officer with First Lt.
Louis Hutchinson named
as Executive Officer and
Sgt. Frank Pilcher as Ad-
ministrative Assistant.
Only a few of the origi-
nal members of the guard
remain, but some of those
expected to attend are
Berness Johnson, Max
curry, Austin Elllis, Ken-
neth Fleming, Jimmy
Ross, Roy Strickland and
Bruce Tredwell.
Since its activation,
many local young men
and women have been a
part of this unit and they
are all invited to attend
the 60th Anniversary Re-
union. For more informa-
tion or to make reserva-
tions, call Berness John-
son at 547-2955 or Frank
Redmon at 850-892-6120
or call the restaurant for
reservations at 547-9600.

Chipola 'Endless
Summer' Aug. 21
MARIANNA The Vil-
lagers, a popular, local
band from the 1960's,
will perform at Chipola's
"Endless Summer"
dinner and dance set for
Saturday, Aug. 21, at the
Marianna National Guard
Armory. The perfor-
mance is dedicated to
the memory of the late
Billy Bryan of Bascom,
an original member of the
Villagers.
Tickets are $25 per
person with a social
hour at 6:30 p.m. Tables
of eight are available for
$200. Summer casual
attire. Barbecue chef
Bobby Sims will prepare
pulled pork for the dinner.
Special guest is Leonard
Hamilton, men's basket-
ball coach at FSU. For
tickets, call Lillie Hamil at
850-718-2375.


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Local girl wins first place in Extreme Cowboy Race


(CECILIA SPEARS
tirtl i'I ll I
(speais,-'hipleypapei (om

Meadow Martin. a e 7 niinally trom Hol-
mies Ctount. won first )lace in the Youn:i Guins
Youth Diision ot thlie Extreme Cowboy Race
held at the Green Rtier in Gattnev. S (. on JulyI
24
The Youn1 GuLIns DIision, ares 7-11. is a test
ot horsemanship tor speed and control
--They run an oblstaclle course and we%
evaluate their speed and control ot the
horse." said Joyce Lewis. Mid Atlan-
tic ReIion National .Adilsoriy Board
Merlmber Extreme Co Iboyi Association.
and Certified EXCA .Jtiud(e "-It w\as an
obstacle course with siX obstacles and
Meadowh competed against two other
unaLI 1 GLIuns a
Obstacles included a teeter--totter .(
to \walk the horse oer,. picking Liup
a ,olt ball ott a parking cone and .
puLttin it on another. "tree nde"
ShInch show s you can take a horse
t'romll a troL to a R1un and back to
a trot. and the ability to back the
horse uip between two barrels ot
hay to name a te\\
"I \\as verl. impressed tor1
someone her a e. she had very-
little troubleonl ithe obstacless"
said Lewis "She i\as able to talk
her horse throu- h any trouble with Li
an obstacle "
Meadow o2t hell) trom throuIh- '
out the area Be-erly Tayhlor and Don
Smith ot Smith's Mini Ranch in Wash-


inaton County sponsored the horse Broken W
Dakota, a 1.3-.ear.-old mare quarter horse, Lazy
C Ranch pirolided the truck tor transporta-
tion, and God is Faithtul Ministries ot Bonitay
and Lane 's AccounitI ot W\ashinton ( county
donated moneyV
She'll be going to Regional in Siller CI ty,
SC on AuIust 21 and Meadow said shle's
hoping to go to the World Ch'aml)ionship) in
Kansas
-"We're trying to oct more people in1olled
in this area," said Meadow sI l'ralndmlother
Mishca Randell "It teaches the children
horsemanship, patience to take care ot
the horse and is a healthy \'ia.v to just
keel) Iajds ott the street"
1 Meado\ Ill\ es \mth her grandparents
S. Mishca and .Jett Randell in Holmes
Ci enounty
"\\e are both very proud ot her and
what she's done." said Mishca
NMeadow said that her- ooal is to be-
come a barrel racer with God Boulht
RodeosC GBR,1
For more information on the Ex
treme Cowboy Association list their
%website at extremnlecow Iboyassociation
coln and tor1 more information on Sate
Horse Tlainin v11sit their website at
satehorsetralnln0 comn


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CECILIA SPEARS I i ..
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The Ponce de Leon FCCLA team.


Ponc de de Leon FCCLA takes part in national conference


SPECIAL TO EXTRA

PONCE DE LEON More than
6,100 Family, Career and Commu-
nity Leaders of America (FCCLA)
members, advisers, alumni, and
guests from across the country
gathered in Chicago, IL, July 4 8
for FCCLA's 2010 National Lead-
ership Conference. The Ponce de
Leon High School FCCLA chapter
was part of the celebration. There
were 15 students who attended
the conference and competed in
FCCLA Competitive Events.
The conference marked a
milestone birthday for FCCLA
as we celebrated "65 Years of


Leadership". The conference
returned to Chicago where it all
started in 1945. We began the
conference with a July 4 birth-
day celebration at the Navy Pier
where members enjoyed a picnic
and fireworks.
Ponce de Leon had five teams
competing in FCCLA Competitive
Events. Of the five three teams
won gold medals and two won
silver medals. Winning gold were
Maggie Baker, Alicia Wasilewski,
and Mylan Hicks.
They competed in Chapter Ser-
vice Project, Occupational Divi-
sion. Alex Price, Ethan Merchant
and Tyler Smith also won gold in


Chapter Service Project, Junior
Division. Holly Parson, Lee Par-
son and Delilah Bass won gold
in National Programs in Action,
Junior Division. Alan Parson and
Morgan Ford earned Silver med-
als in Chapter Showcase, Senior
Division. Henry Griffin and Har-
ley Rowe earned a Silver medal
in Chapter Showcase, Senior Divi-
sion.
Students completed service
projects ranging from improving
reading skills to raising money for
Children's Miracle Network to en-
couraging families to spend time
together. In order to compete on
the national level students must


complete an in-depth project dur-
ing the school year and win first
place at the FCCLA State Leader-
ship Conference. Once their proj-
ects are completed they either
make a display board or a manual
showing their project and present
it to judges.
Also attending from the Ponce
de Leon Chapter were Madalyn
McCombs, State VP Community
Service and Brason English, State
VP Junior Relations. Madalyn
and Brason are serving as state
officers for FCCLA this coming
school year. They were involved in
leadership training at the national
conference during the week.


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Society


Wednesday, August 11, 2010


TRI-STATE
LIVESTOCK
MARKET REPORT

For the week ending
Aug. 6, 2010
*Florida Livestock
Auctions: Receipts
totaled $9,668
compared to $9,415 last
week and $8,957 a year
ago. Compared to one
week ago; slaughter
cows were steady to
$1 higher; bulls were
steady; feeder steers
were $1-3 higher;
heifers were unevenly
steady $2 higher;
replacement cows
were $1-2 higher.
*Georgia Livestock
Auctions: Receipts
in 25 markets totaled
$11,100 compared to
$10,129 last week and
$11,463 a year ago.
Compared to one
week ago; slaughter
cows were $1-2 higher;
bulls steady $1 higher;
feeder steers were
unevenly steady;
heifers were steady $2
higher; steer calves
were steady to $1
lower; heifer calves
unevenly steady;
replacement cows $1-4
higher.
*Alabama Livestock
Auctions: Receipts
totaled $25,803
compared to $8,807 a
week ago and $23,390 a
year ago. Compared to


a week ago; slaughter
cows were steady to $1
higher and bulls were
steady to $1 higher;
feeder steers were $1-3
lower; feeder heifers
sold $1-3 lower; feeder
bulls were $1-3 lower;
replacement cows and
pairs sold steady to $50
her head higher. Trade
moderate with light to
moderate demand on
feeders.
Feeder Steers:
Medium & Large
Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL
$117.50-167.50 GA
$120-155 AL $120-147
400-500 lbs.: FL
$105-136- GA $108-
126 AL $108-130
500-600 lbs.: FL
$98-127 GA $103-122
- AL $100-119
Feeder Heifers:
Medium & Large
Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL
$105-140 GA $108-
131 AL $109-126
400-500 lbs.: FL
$100-118- GA $100-
117 AL $102-115
500-600 lbs.: FL
$94-111 GA $94-110
- AL $97-109
Slaughter Cows: 90
Percent Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL
$40-57 GA $47-59
- AL $48-53
Slaughter Bulls:
Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 lbs.: FL
$55.50-77 GA $66-78
- AL $65-69


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Hughes and French wedding
Samantha Amelia Hughes and Rob Carter French
were united in holy matrimony on Saturday, July 10,
2010, at Westville First United Pentecostal Church by
Pastor Jason Campbell. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hughes of Caryville. The groom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James French of Ponce
de Leon. After a honeymoon cruise, the couple will
reside in Bonifay.


Chipola College Chipola College Accounting
professor Lee Shook, left, recently presented a
check for $1,000 to Chipola president Dr. Gene
Prough for the Lee Shook Theater Scholarship
Endowment. The funds will be immediately
available to help the Chipola Theater program.
Donations and state matching funds for the Shook
Endowment have reached $20,000. To contribute
to the fund, call the Foundation at 850-718-2478.



Army National Guard Pfc. Dustin T. Paridon

Army National Guard Pfc. Dustin T. Paridon has
graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill,
Lawton, Okla.
He is the son of Christi Oldaker of Buddy Road,
Chipley.
Paridon is a 2009 graduate of A. Crawford Mosley
High School, Lynn Haven.


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Goodman-Lauen engagement
The Rev. and Mrs. William Lewis Goodman III, of
Defuniak Springs announce the engagement of their
daughter, Amanda Rachel to Christopher Stephen
Lauen, son of the Rev. and Mrs. David Lauen Sr. of
Bonifay.
Rachel is earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in
Business Administration from The Baptist College of
Florida. She coaches The Baptist College of Florida's
NCCAA volleyball team, the Lady Eagles.
Christopher earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in
Professional Communication from The Florida State
University in the fall of 2007. He then earned a Master of
Science Degree in Corporate and Public Communication
from The Florida State University in the spring of 2009.
The couple will marry at The First Baptist Church of
Bonifay on Aug. 28, 2010 at 2 p.m. A reception will follow
in the fellowship hall of The First Baptist Church of
Bonifay.
No local invitations will be sent. The couple and their
parents request that friends and family join them to
celebrate this special occasion.


Daisy Helms Faulk 80th Birthday
Come celebrate with desserts with Daisy on her 80th
birthday. Daisy Manning Helms Faulk will be celebrating
her birthday, Saturday, Aug. 14 from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at
Carmel Assembly of God Fellowship hall (Bethlehem
Community). No gifts please.


Community

NEWS

Chipola enrollment

MARIANNA-New
students planning
to enroll in Chipola
College this fall
are encouraged to
apply immediately.
Registration is Aug.
18-20. Classes begin
Aug. 23.
Complete a college
application, available
online at www.chipola.
edu, or call 850-718-
2233 for assistance.
Applicants are asked
to request their high
school to send a final
high school transcript
to Chipola. Students
who have not taken the
ACT or SAT, must take
the College Placement
Test by calling 850-718-
2284.
For more
information, call the
Chipola Registration
Office at 718-2311, or
visit Chipola on the
web at www.chipola.
edu.


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Ministry

NEWS

School Supplies
Distribution
WAUSAU The South
Washington County Min-
isterial Fellowship will be
hosting a Back To School
Supplies Distribution on
Saturday, Aug. 14, in the Fel-
lowship Hall of Wausau Pen-
tecostal Holiness Church
beginning at 10 a.m.
The event is designed to
help provide needed school
supplies to families that
might have been negatively
impacted by the loss of jobs
or other financial crisis
during the recession. This
event is primarily intended
to minister to needs in
the southern part of the
county where the member
churches are. However, no
one will be denied as long as
supplies last. Members of
the Ministerial Fellowship
and their congregations will
be present to assist in the
distribution.

AWANA at Bethel
GRACEVILLE Bethel
Baptist Church is offering
the AWANA program begin-
ning Aug. 25 from 6-8 p.m.
for the coming school year.
The program is for age 2
through sixth grade. Reg-
istration will be held Satur-
day, Aug. 21, at the Bethel
Family Ministry Center at
the church on 1349 County
Road 173 just south of Pop-
lar Springs School from 10
a.m. to noon. There will be
refreshments and carnival-
type games. Each child who
registers will receive a free
bag of school supplies. For
information, call 547-5788 or
look for information in ad-
vertisement in this paper.

Harris Chapel revival
CARYVILLE The Harris
Chapel Holiness Church will
be holding a revival Aug.
15-18. The Sunday night
service starts at 5:30 p.m.;
other night services will be
at 7 p.m. The revival will fea-
ture Marvin Grier on Aug.
15, Herman Sellers on Aug.
16 and Mitch Johnson on
Aug. 18. The church is eight
miles north of Caryville on
County Road 179.

Bluegrass Gospel Sing
BONIFAY-- Oak Grove
Pentecostal Ministries,
north of State Road 2 on
County Road 179, will be
having a bluegrass sing
Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. Special
guest is the Webb Family
Bluegrass, and host group
is Straight and Narrow
Bluegrass. For more infor-
mation, call 334-588-6052
or e-mail sandnbgrass@
alaweb.com.

First Freewill revival
BONIFAY Revival will
begin at First Freewill Bap-
tist on Aug. 22 at 6 p.m. and
Aug. 23-27 at 7 p.m. The Rev.
Dennis Tanton and Vessels
of Clay will be ministering.
The church is on the corner
of Oklahoma and Kansas
Avenues.

Pine Hill Church revival
BONIFAY -Pine Hill will
start revival Aug. 20,21 and
22 with Bobby Conrad as
speaker. Friday and Satur-
day start at 7 p.m. Sunday
starts at 6 p.m. The church
is at 1765 Robin Ridge Road.

Holmes Creek Baptist
First Ladies to meet
Holmes Creek Baptist
Church's First Ladies will
have their August meet-
ing Monday, Aug. 16, at
6 p.m. Jessie Collins, an
organ donor recipient, will
share her testimony. Come
hear how, at age 17, Jessie
learned how to rely on God
while facing impossible
challenges. Share a time of
fellowship; bring a covered
dish and a friend.


Thankful


So often we question why we are
persecuted, why we suffer, why things
don't always go as we thought God
wanted them to go.
In 2 Thessalonians,
I Paul addresses such
questions to the
church that had been
established there.
-- Though they were sold
4A-O-* out to do the work the
Lord had called them
FROM THE to do, they felt and had
HEART even been told by false
Tim Hall teachers that they were
living in what we refer to
as the tribulation period. In the first part
of the chapter, he assures them that
they are still living in the day of grace,
for the "Man of sin" has not shown
himself. He also confirms that the "man
of sin" will not be revealed until the
church is taken out.
With this he knows that they will then
ask as we ask: Then why are we being
persecuted? Why do we suffer as we do?
Paul realized that the Thessalonians
were going through the deepest, darkest
valley or storm of their lives, and he
prays for them in verses 16 and 17, but
he does not pray for God to remove the
storm but that He gives them strength
to make it through the storm a prayer
very similar to the one Jesus prayed
for His disciples in John 17:15: "I do
not pray that You should take them out
of the world, but that You should keep
them from the evil one" (NKJV).
We are like the disciples in that, so
often, when storms come, we want them
to be calmed immediately, for we don't
realize that the Lord has sent the storm


to help us grow in our walk and our
faith. For you see, the most direct route
to maturity is THROUGH the storms,
not around them.
One of the most powerful Scriptures
in God's Word is Isaiah 43:2, which says,
"When you pass through the waters, I
will be with you; And through the rivers,
they shall not overflow you. When you
walk through the fire, you shall not be
burned, nor shall the flame scorch you."
Did you notice the word "through"
used three times? In other words, God
does not guarantee a life that is full of
sunshine or free from storms. What He
does guarantee, however, is that His
watchful eye is over us as we go through
those times. The calm in the storm is
God's loving, watchful eye.
In your storms, do you focus on the
wind and the waves, or do you make
eye contact with the One who holds you
precious in His sight? Your focus can
determine whether you sink in your
circumstances or walk above them, like
Peter in Matthew 14:29-30.
When we learn to trust our Lord
through the storms, then we become
vessels He can use to help others
in their times of need. We can then
wonderfully testify to His power to be
with us, and we can know by experience
that we can truly trust Him with all
things. It's then and there that we can
understand why He says we should be
thankful in all things.
What do you have to be thankful for
today? If you can't think of anything,
let me share with you something that
an unknown author wrote many years
ago. It's titled "Be thankful for what
you have." It reads, "Should you find


HOMECOMING AT SHADY GROVE BAPTIST


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Homecoming at Shady Grove Baptist Church, 1955 County Road 177A in
Bonifay, will start at 10 a.m. Aug. 15. The speaker will be the Rev. Larry Sweat
Jr., with special music by Four Calvary (above). A potluck lunch will be at noon.


Fall registration continues at BCF


Special to Extra
GRACEVILLE The Baptist College
of Florida in Graceville continues to
register record numbers for the fall
semester.
Course offerings include ministry,
secondary education, elementary ed-
ucation, English, history and social
studies, biblical studies, Christian
counseling, music, ministry studies,


leadership and Christian education,
business, music education (choral
and instrumental), missions, media
and music technology, and contem-
porary worship ministry.
The complete class schedule
as well as information on the new
graduate degree can be accessed at
www.baptistcollege.edu or by call-
ing the admissions office at 800-328-
2660, ext. 460.


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something on your dinner plate that
doesn't appeal to you, don't complain.
There are people who don't have
anything on their plate. Should you
find yourself stuck in the traffic, don't
despair. There are people in this world
for which driving is an unheard of
privilege. Should you have a bad day at
work, think of the man who has been out
of work for years. Should you despair
over a relationship gone badly, think
of the person who has never known
what it's like to love and be loved in
return. Should you grieve the passing of
another weekend, think of the woman in
dire straits, working twelve hours a day,
seven days a week to feed her children.
Should your car break down, leaving
you miles away from assistance, think
of the paraplegic who would love the
opportunity to take that walk. Should
you notice a new gray hair in the mirror,
think of the cancer patient in chemo
who wishes she had hair to examine.
Should you find yourself at a loss and
pondering what is life about, asking
what is my purpose? Be thankful. There
are those who didn't live long enough
to get the opportunity. Should you find
yourself the victim of other people's
bitterness, ignorance, smallness or
insecurities, remember, things could be
worse. You could be them!"

Tim Hall is senior pastor of Gully
Springs Baptist Church, three miles
west of the light at State Road 79. He
can be reached at timhall_2000@yahoo.
corn, timothyjhall.org or c/o Gully
Springs Baptist Church, PO. Box 745,
2824 Highway 90 West, Bonifay, FL
32425.


Sharn9 OGods Love


But you shall receive
power when the
Holy Spirit has come
upon you; and you
shall be witnesses
to Me in Jerusalem,
and in all Judea and
Samaria, and to the
end of the earth.
New KJ.V. Acts 1:8


The Bible tells us that God
wants us to share the gospel with
all mankind, and that whoever
believes and is baptized will be
d .d (Mark 16:15-16) The way
"'. It e our lives, along with our
.a, iiu ins and words, can be a great
Witness for the love that
y our Lord has for us.
1 i tilhe true religious believer,
hi % er, to anyone who is
,ii. k in the immanence of their
1 ininion everyday lives, these
ii aniii cndent experiences might
'.iciii a bit odd. Whenever we
1.d the urging of the Holy Spirit
to speak out on our religious
beliefs, we shouldn't shout or
try to force anyone to have a
religious experience or expect
them to accept something which
we may believe with all our
heart. The quiet example of our
faith, like that of the small, still
voice is likely to have a bigger
and better impact on them.
Some people are going to resist
almost anything we tell them, but
that doesn' t mean they are not
listening.
We can be a messenger for
God, but it is the Holy Spirit
who will change a person's heart.


But be doers of the word, and not hearers only,
deceiving yourselves.
R.S.V. James 1.22
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Obituaries


Culley L. Olds


Leonard H. Stanley


Culley Lester Olds, 89,
of Campbellton, died Aug. 1,
2010, at his residence.
Funeral services
were held Aug. 7 at New
Bethel C.M.E. Church in
Campbellton, with the Rev.
Freeman Walker Sr.,


the Rev. James Robinson
Jr. and minister Douglas
Cotton officiating.
Interment followed in
St. Paul Cemetery with
military honors, with
McKinnie Funeral Home of
Campbellton directing.


Leonard Harvey
Stanley, 96, of Milton, died
Aug. 4, 2010, in Pensacola.
Funeral services were
held Aug. 7 at Rock of
Deliverance Praise and
Worship Center in Ebro,


with the Rev. Brenda
Thorntone officiating.
Interment followed in
Seven Run Cemetery in
Bruce, with Peel Funeral
Home of Bonifay
directing.


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
Baptist College of Florida President Thomas A.
Kinchen is scheduled to preach in the R. G. Lee
Chapel Aug. 16-1 8 at 10 a.m.


BCF president to preach


the first week of chapel


SPECIAL TO EXTRA
GRACEVILLE The Bap-
tist College of Florida in
Graceville has released the
official chapel schedule for
the fall semester as faculty
and students await the
first week of chapel featur-
ing BCF President Thomas
A. Kinchen.
According to Kinchen,
opening services scheduled
for Aug. 16-18 at 10 a.m. will
include a unique sermon
series titled "Where's the
Beef?" The much-anticipat-
ed first week of chapel ser-
vices led by the president
always includes a powerful
message, a warm welcome
to the new crop of students,
and words of excitement


and encouragement for all
returning students.
This year, Kinchen will
embark on his 21st year of
service and visionary lead-
ership to the college that is
leading the way in innova-
tion, training and educa-
tion.
This semester, BCF
added the master's degree
in Christian studies and
continues to add new pro-
grams preparing men and
women for areas of service,
leadership and ministry.
For more information
on the fall chapel schedule
or new programs offered
at BCF, call 800-328-2660
or download the complete
chapel schedule at baptist
college.edu.


Community NEWS


Library meeting
MARIANNA The
Panhandle Public Library
Cooperative System
will be having a board
meeting Aug. 17 at 6 p.m.
at the PPLCS office in
Marianna.

Fish fry and
membership drive
VERNON Vernon
Athletics and Booster
Club will sponsor a fish
fry and membership drive
at Vernon Community
Center at 6 p.m. Aug.
14. Speakers are head
football coach Russ
Rogers and Vernon
High School Principal
Brian Riviere. For
more information, go to
vernonathletics.com.

Soccer signups
CHIPLEY The City of
Chipley will be extending
its soccer registration
through Aug. 13. It will
accept registrations for
boys and girls. Fee: $42.
Ages 4 15. Registration:
3-5 p.m. at Pals Park
Annex, 677 Griffin Road.
If you have questions


or need more information,
contact Guy Lane at
638-6348 or via email at
palspark@ cityofchipley.
com.

Holmes Council on
Aging fundraiser
BONIFAY Chicken
breast or fish dinner for
$6 donation, Wednesday,
Aug. 11, from 10:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. Sponsored by
the Board of Directors
of Holmes Council on
Aging Inc. Local delivery
if needed, and reschedule
only for inclement
weather. Call 547-2345 or
547-9393.

Bonifay Middle
School Orientation
BONIFAY Orientation
for the 2010-2011 school
year is scheduled as
follows: fifth grade,
Wednesday, Aug. 18,
8:30 a.m.; sixth grade,
Wednesday, Aug. 18, 10
a.m.; seventh grade,
Thursday, Aug. 19, 8:30
a.m.; eighth grade,
Thursday, Aug. 19, 10 a.m.


Edna Gray Williams,
97, of Panama City, passed
away Wednesday, Aug. 4,
2010, at her home. She was
a loving mother
and grandmother,
and she loved her
animals.
She was
preceded in death
by her parents, .
Henry and Alice
Gray; husband, ED
Judge L. Williams; WILL
daughter, Edna
Pearl Phillips; four
brothers; and one sister.
She is survived by one
daughter, Iduma Grace
Parrish and husband
Lester of Panama City; one
son, Lonnie Pippins and
wife Norma of DeFuniak
Springs; 12 grandchildren;


Joseph Benjamin
Wilcox, 90, of Bonifay,
passed away Aug. 3, 2010,
at Bonifay Nursing and
Rehab Center in Bonifay.
He was born May 26,
1920, in Gaskin, to the late
John Thomas and Lavada
Wilkerson Wilcox.
In addition to his
parents, he is preceded
in death by his wife,
Margaret Maude Caswell
Wilcox; one son, Tommy
Wilcox; one sister, Gladys
Agerton; and two brothers,
Coy Wilcox and A.W
"Arye" Wilcox.
Mr. Wilcox is survived
by one stepdaughter, Doris
Spears and husband Jack
of Bonifay; one stepson,
Johnny Johnson and wife


Betty Jean Delaisse,
83, of Chipley, passed away
Saturday, July 31, 2010, at
the Washington Rehab and
Nursing Center in Chipley.
She was born Jan. 11,
1927, in St. Petersburg,
to the late Frazier and
Virginia (McGuire)
Clayton. Mrs. Delaisse
was a former secretary
with Holiday Inn, General
Electric and Modern Trend
Construction and had been
a resident of Chipley for the
past 11 years, coming from
the Florida Keys. She was
a member of Sunny Hills
Baptist Church.
In addition to her
parents, she is predeceased
by her husband, Amos
Delaisse; daughter, Betty
Jo Delaisse; and a sister,


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32 great-grandchildren; 39
great-great grandchildren;
and numerous nieces and
nephews.
S The family would
- like to extend their
appreciation to
granddaughter
Ginger Phillips,
very special friends
Elliott and Drenna
Reed and their
A family and the
IMS French family for
taking such good
care of our mother.
A memorial service was
held Aug. 6 at Heritage
Funeral Home Chapel.
Memorialization was by
cremation. Those wishing
to extend a word of
condolence may do so at
www.heritagefhllc.com.


Dian of Westville; three
grandchildren, Martin C.
Spears and wife Kellie,
Lori S. Willyoung and
husband Eric, and Shelia J.
Kelley and husband Mike;
seven great-grandchildren,
Bradley Wise, Shawna
Wise, Caroline Cartwright,
Seth Willyoung, Madison
Willyoung, J.D. (James
Daniel) Spears, Devin
Spears; two great-great-
grandchildren; and
numerous nieces and
nephews.
Graveside services
were held Aug. 5 at
Hatcher Cemetery in
Freeport, with the Rev.
Shelly Chandler officiating
and Peel Funeral Home of
Bonifay directing.


Charlotte Wiggins.
Survivors include three
daughters,
Darlene Buckbee and
husband George of Chipley,
Donna Jean Mayfield
and husband Doug of
Fort Myers, and Susan
Gragg and husband Kevin,
also of Fort Myers; one
sister, Dorothy Gooravin
and husband Richard
of Lake Placid; five
grandchildren; and four
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Aug. 7 at Brown
Funeral Home, Main Street
Chapel, with the Rev.
Mike Swingle officiating.
Cremation followed.
Friends and family may
sign the online register at
www.brownfh.net.


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Mary Ann Fraser, 73,
of Bonifay, died Sunday,
Aug. 1, 2010, at Doctors
Memorial Hospital in
Bonifay.
Born Friday, Oct. 16,
1936, in Chicago, she was
the daughter of the late
Richard Teake and the late
Rose Link Teake.
She is survived by sons,
Richard Bush of Rock
Hill, S.C., Thomas Bush of
Gilbert, Ariz., Donald Bush
of Bonifay, James Fraser


Walton Gene Jackson,
66, of Westville, died
Monday, Aug. 2, 2010, at
his residence in Westville.
Born Saturday, Oct. 23,
1943, in Holmes County,
he was the son of the
late Walter Jackson and
the late Ettie Henderson
Jackson.
He is survived by
sons, Kevin Jackson of
Rome, Ga., Victor Jackson
of Westville and Josh
Jackson of Westville; a
brother, Billy R. Jackson


Rosa Lee Hicks, 63,
of Wausau, passed away
Saturday, July 31, 2010, at
her home.
Rosa was born July 19,
1947, in Hartford, Ala.,
to the late Henry L. and
Erlene (Hall) Crawson.
She had been a resident
of Washington County for
the past 40 years and was
a homemaker and former
lunchroom worker at
Vernon High School. She
was a member of Christian
Haven Church.
Survivors include
one son, Archie Hicks of
Wausau; three stepsons,
T.J. Hicks of Wausau,
Kerry Hicks of Orlando
and Bill Hicks of Cullman,
Ala.; three stepdaughters,
Cindy Zabell of Vernon,


Lester Rhynes, 100, of
Chipley, passed away at
his home July 29, 2010.
He was a native of
Jackson County and lived
in Washington County
most of his life. He was
a deacon of Jerusalem
Baptist Church of Chipley.
He owned and operated
Rhynes Grocery Store for
more than 69 years. He
cut and sold firewood to
all families in the county
and surrounding areas.
He was a landlord to many
families, a community
icon people relied upon for
many services.
Survivors include his
children, Arrie (Bruce)
Carthon of Newark, N.J.,
Otis (Shirley) Rhynes of
Cocoa and Oscar (Joyce)
Rhynes of Chipley; sisters,


of Peru, Ind., and Joseph
Fraser of Mesquite, Texas;
a daughter, Mary Wickson
of Charlotte, N.C.; 15
grandchildren; and nine
great-grandchildren.
A funeral service
was held Aug. 4 at
Sims Funeral Home
Chapel, with Fr. Richard
Dawson officiating.
Memorialization by
cremation followed. Sims
Funeral Home, Bonifay,
directed arrangements.


of Westville; sisters,
Carolyn Hood of Bonifay
and Eloise Enfinger
of Cantonment; five
grandchildren; and two
great-grandchildren.
A funeral service was
held Aug. 6 at the Camp
Ground Church, with the
Rev. Clyde Smith and
the Rev. John Y. Chance
officiating. Interment
followed in Camp Ground
Cemetery, Westville, with
Sims Funeral Home,
Bonifay, directing.


Rebecca Mizell of Wausau
and Susan Brazenton
of Panama City; three
brothers, James Crawson
of San Antonio, Dutch
Crawson of Marianna and
Alvin Crawson of Bonifay;
one sister, Dora Sosebee
of Cornelia, Ga.; and
several grandchildren,
great-grandchildren,
stepgrandchildren and
step-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Aug. 4 at Brown
Funeral Home, Brickyard
Road Chapel, with the
Rev. Carlos Finch and the
Rev. Bob Hicks officiating.
Interment followed in
Wausau Memorial Gardens.
Friends and family may
sign the online register at
www.brownfh.net.


Eva (Robert) Brown of
Marianna, Clydie (Cecil)
Howard of Pensacola and
Ida Macon McLemore
of Haines City; brothers,
Monroe Rhynes of
Marianna and Sylvester
Rhynes of Kansas City,
Mo.; 23 grandchildren;
73 great-grandchildren
and 82 great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, Aug. 7,
at Jerusalem Baptist
Church in Chipley, with
the Rev. Price Wilson, the
Rev. Cleve Wedderburn,
the Rev. Malcolm Nelson
and the Rev L.V Farmer
officiating. Interment
followed in the Southside
Cemetery in Chipley, with
Cooper Funeral Home
directing.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR WASHING-
TON COUNTY, FLOR-
IDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:
67-2009-CA-000603
OCWEN LOAN SERV-
ICING, LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
UNKNOWN HEIRS,
BENEFICIARIES, DEVI-
SEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHERS
WHO MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST IN THE ES-
TATE OF MARGIE TAY-
LOR, DECEASED, et al,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: UNKNOWN
HEIRS, BENEFICIAR-
IES, DEVISEES, AS-
SIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUS-
TEES AND ALL
OTHERS WHO MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
IN THE ESTATE OF
MARGIE TAYLOR, DE-
CEASED
Current Residence Un-
known
MARY MOLLY ROB-
ERTSON
1888 Horne Place,
Chipley, FL 32428
Attempted At: 1888
Horne Place, Chipley,
FL 32428
Current Resident Un-
known
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action for fore-
closure of Mortgage on
the following described
property:
EXHIBIT "A'
Commence at the
Northeast corner of the
Southwest Quarter of
the Northwest Quarter
of Section 2, Township
3 North, Range 13
West of Washington
County, Florida; thence
S89 40'49"W along the
North line of Southwest
Quarter of Northwest
Quarter 465.09 feet;
thence departing said
North line SO03'44"W,
724.37 feet to the Point
Beginning; thence con-
tinue SO03'44"W,
292.70 feet; thence
N89 48'26"E, 541.82
feet; thence NO 01'16"E
along the Westerly R/W
line of a County
Graded Road 292.70
feet; thence
S8948'24"W, 541.60
feet to the Point of Be-
ginning. Said land lying
and being in the South-
west Quarter of North-
west Quarter and
Southeast Quarter of
Northwest Quarter of
said Section 2, Town-
ship 3 North, Range 13
West.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it, on
Marshall C. Watson,
PA., Attorney for Plain-
tiff, whose address is
1800 NW 49TH
STREET, SUITE 120,
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL
33309 on or before
September 6, 2010, a
date which is within


1 11oo ,110 1 1 1oo | 11 oo 1120 1130 2130
thirty (30) days after the cated in the Southwest Westerly 150 feet; ANY PERSON CLAIM- tioner
first publication of this Quarter of the South- thence run North 105 ING AN INTEREST IN As published in the Advertise in Over 100 Adopt- Pregnant? For Sale Assorted full
Notice in (THE WASH- west Quarter of Section feet to the Southerly THE SURPLUS FROM Washington County Papers throughout Considering adoption? blood, large breed
INGTON COUNTY 5, Township 4 North, R/W line of the L & N THE SALE, IF ANY News August 11, 18, Florida. Advertising A wonderful life filled chicks, various ages.
NEWS) and file the Range 13 West, Wash- Railroad R/W; thence OTHER THAN THE 2010. Networks of Florida, with love, financial se- $2.00 and up each.
original with the Clerk ington County, Florida. run East 150 feet to the PROPERTY OWNER Put us to work for You! curity, education and 850-830-4596
of this Court either be- ANY PERSON Point of Beginning. All AS OF THE DATE OF ( 8 6 6 ) 7 4 2 1 3 7 3 close extended family
fore service on CLAIMING AN lying and being in THE LIS PENDENS Public Notice www.florida-classifieds.co awaits your newborn.
Plaintiff's attorney or INTEREST IN THE Washington County, MUST FILE A CLAIM m. Expenses paid. Melissa
immediately thereafter; SURPLUS FROM THE Florida (dlh/lb) WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- The Chipley Florida Po- 1-866-713-3070 www.
otherwise a default will SALE, IF ANY OTHER Together with a 1980 TER THE SALE. lice gives notice to the lovingfamily.homestead.co
be entered against you THAN THE PROPERTY doublewide manufac- If you are a person with public, on 06/16/10 a Public Notice m FL Bar# 0150789 /
for the relief demanded OWNER AS OF THE tured home: Make: a disability who needs monetary item was
in the complaint. DATE OF THE LIS M 0 N T any accommodation in found in the Express We are in search of any
In accordance with the PENDENS MUST FILE ID#GDLCFL08804026A, Title order to participate in Lane located at 1698 descendants of Mr.
Americans with Disabil- A CLAIM WITHIN 60 #21810950 and this proceeding, you Main Street Chipley. Harry Watson of Mari-
ities Act of 1990 (ADA), DAYS AFTER THE ID#GDLCFL08804026B, Title are entitled, at no cost Anyone having lost or anna, Florida in Jack- 1170
disabled persons who, SALE. # 2 1 8 1 0 9 4 9 to you, to the provision having claim to said son County. This is MERCHANDISE
because of their disa- ORDERED AT WASH- (dlh/lb) of certain assistance, item, please contact concerning interest in FOUND Puppy at
abilities, need special INGTON COUNTY, DATED this 27 day of Please contact Clerk of Chief of Police Keven heir property. Please Douglas Ferry Rd, 3100 Antiques
accommodation to par- FLORIDA, this 4 day of July, 2010. the Court, PO. Box Crews at 850-638-6310. contact Lauretta Cruz (280) and Hwy 79 on 3110 -Appliances
ticipate in this proceed- August, 2010. LINDA HAYES COOK, 647, 201 W. Jackson As published in the at 614-337-7403 with August 1st, if yours call 3120 Arts & Crafts
ing should contact the Linda H. Cook Clerk of Court Avenue, Chipley, Flor- Washington County any questions. We to identify. 638-0814, 3140- Baby Items
ADA Coordinator at As Clerk, Circuit Court By: J.C. Rogers ida 32428-0647, phone News August 11, 14 need your response by 415-1670 3150 Building Supplies
1293 Jackson Avenue, WASHINGTON ,Deputy Clerk (850) 638-6285 within 2 2010. August 30, 2010 12:00 3160 Business
Chipley, FL 32428 or Florida As published in the working days of your m i d n i g h t Equipment
Telephone Voice/TDD By: J C Rogers Washington County receipt of this notice; if 3170 Collectibles
(904) 763-9061 prior to As Deputy Clerk News August 4, 11, you are hearing or 310 ElComputrnics
3190 Electronics
such proceeding. SPEAR AND HOFF- 2010. voice impaired, call 3200 Firewood
WITNESS my hand and MAN PA. IN THE CIRCUIT 1-800-955-8771. 3210- Free Pass It On
the seal of this Court Dadeland Executive OURT OF THE FOUR Dated this August 4, 11103220-Furniture
this 28 day of July, Center T OF THE FOUR- 2010. 1 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
2010. 9700 South Dixie TENTH JANUDICIALRLINDA HAYES COOK COLOR hinsto Eat
By K. McDaniel Highway, Suite 610 W A S H I N G T 0 N Clerk of the Circuit SELLS ARE YOU PREGNANT? 3260 Health & Ftness
As Deputy Clerk Miami, Florida 33156 COUNTY FLORIDA Court I I CONSIDERING ADOP- PETS ANIMALS 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
As published in the Telephone: (305) CIVIL DIVISION By: J C Rogers Get Your Classified TION? Loving married 3280 Machinery/
Washington County 670-2299 Deputy Clerk Ad in couple sks todo 2100 Pets Equipment
Seoupe seeks o adopt 2110 Pets: Free to 3290 Medical Equipment
News August 11, 18, CHR-F-2338/CM CASE000251 NO. As published in the COLOR! I. Will be Full-time Mom Good Home 330 Miscellaneous
2010. As published in the DIVISION: Washington County Call now for details (age 36) and Devoted 2120 Pet Supplies 3 MusicalInsuments
IN THE CIRCUIT Washington County BRANCH BANKING News August 11, 18, and be noticed! Dad. Financial security. 2130 Farm Animals/ 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
COURT OF THE 14TH News August 11, 18, AND TRUST COM- 2010 I 638-0212 EXPENSES PAID. Supplies Supplies
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 2010. rPANY IN THE CIRCUIT or I Kim/Bill (888)399-3255 2140 Pets/Livestock 3330 RestauranVHotel
547-9414 FL Bar# 0150789 Wanted 3340 Sporting Goods
AND FOR WASHING- IN THE CIRCUIT Plaintiff, COURT OF THE FOUR- L. .. FL Bar# 0150789 2150 Pet Memorials 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
TON COUNTY, FLOR- COURT OF THE FOUR- v. TEENTH JUDICIAL
IDA TEENTH JUDICIAL JOHN VELEZ, ANY CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
CASE NO. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR AND ALL UNKNOWN W A S H I N G T 0 N
67-08-CA-152 W A S H I N G T O N PARTIES CLAIMING COUNTY FLORIDA
JPMORGAN CHASE COUNTY FLORIDA BY THROUGH, UN- CASE NO.: 10-491CA
BANK, N.A. F/K/A CASE NO. DER, AND AGAINST IN RE: FORFEITURE
JPMORGAN CHASE 67-09-CA-328 THE HEREIN NAMED OF: 1995 Volkswagen,
BANK, INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- V I N
Plaintiff, DAKSA PATEL, ANTS WHO ARE NOT 3VWLC81H73M090252,
VS. Plaintiff, KNOWN TO BE DEAD JASON LESTER
THOMAS E. RAY et al., v. OR ALIVE, WHETHER WHITEHEAD
Defendant(s). CHARLES EDWARD SAID UNKNOWN PAR-Al
HOOKS, and THE CITY TIES MAY CLAIM AN NOTICE OF FORFEI- E i
NOTICE OF SALE OF FORT WALTON INTEREST AS TURE PROCEEDINGS TARP SNS Eddie Hall ARMONDI
NOTICE IS HEREBY BEACH, FLORIDA, SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- TO ALL PERSONS Pressure
GIVEN pursuant to the Defendants. VISEES, GRANTEES, WHO CLAIM AN IN- MII TA AFE r D
Final Judgment OR OTHER CLAIM- TEREST IN THE Ill IVORAGE Washing ROOFING
entered in this case NOTICE OF JUDICIAL ANTS; TENANT #1; ABOVE-DESCRIBED
now pending in said SALE TENANT #2, PROPERTY WHICH HWy. 77 S., Chipley, FL ALL TYPES WAYNE'S
Court, the style of You are hereby notified Defendants, WAS SEIZED ON OR (850) 638-8183 OF CLEANING JUNK YARD
which is indicated that, pursuant to a ABOUT May 28, 2010, JUNK YARD
above. Summary Final Judg- NOTICE OF SALE IN WASHINGTON Hwy. 177A, Bonifay, FL Commercial Window
I will sell to the highest ment of Foreclosure Notice is hereby given, COUNTY FLORIDA. (850) Cleaning7- Specializing in alnl types f USED AUTO PARTS
and best bidder for and Order on Report pursuant to Final Judg- Said property is in the 0726 Cool Seal on Trailer Tops Residential Roofing, We Buy Junk Cars
cash at the Washington and Recommendation ment of Foreclosure for custody of the Chipley 5x5 $25.68 FREE ESTIMATES Reroofs and Repairs &Aluminum
County Courthouse, of General Magistrate Plaintiff entered in this Police Department. Any 5X10 $35.31 334-797-1327 Free Estimates Mon-Fri. 8-5 Sat. 8-12
1293 Jackson Avenue, from the Circuit Court cause, in the Circuit owner entity, bona fide 0X3I 4-6,0- 18Years Experience ClosedrWed. an. Sun .
Chipley, Florida 32428, of Washington County, Court of WASHING- lienholder or person in 334588-2542 Licensed & Insured 2440 Marsh Rd Bnifa
on the 2nd day of Sep- Florida, dated July 26, TON County, Florida; I possession of the prop- 1 0 $80.25 334 ONDED License Insured 2440Marsh Bonifay
tember, 2010, at 11:00 2010, that I, Linda will sell the property sit- erty when seized has Open24Hours, Self-Service, No 850-547-2934 547-3993
a.m., the following de- Hayes Cook, as Clerk uated in WASHING- the right to contest the Deposit,UnitsareCarpeted WORK THROUGH HOT 2934 47 99rat
scribed property as set of the Circuit Court, TON County, Florida Forfeiture Complaint by ORCOLD WEATHER Li 27346 Licensed Operator
forth in said Order or will, on the 27 day of described as: filing a Response with
Final Judgment, to-wit: August, 2010, at 11:00 LOT 33, CYPRESS the Circuit Court within ADSpiritFilled Non-Denominational,
EXHIBIT A a.m. at the steps on the CROSSING, ACCORD- 20 days of the publica- Multi-Cultural, Christ Centered Ministry
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ing the Southwest cor- house, sell to the high- CORDED IN PLAT sent to Lucas N. Taylor,
ner of Section 5, Town- est bidder, for cash, the BOOK 5, PAGES 46 Attorney for the Chipley WORSHIP CENTER"" U s
ship 4 North, Range 13 following real property AND 47, OF THE PUB- Police Department, Pastor Aida Spina at
West, Washington located in Washington LIC RECORDS OF 122B South Waukesha 11
County, Florida; thence County, Florida: WAS H I N G T O N Street, Bonifay, Florida 3115 Main St. Cottondale, FL Heating & COOling
South 8909'00" East, Commence at the inter- COUNTY FLORIDA. 32425. A Petition for Fi- 850-579-9963
along the South bound- section of the West line and commonly known nal Order of Forfeiture www.aidaspina.org Service On All Brands
ary line of said Section of Section 3, Township as: Lot 33, Cypress has been filed in the Sales For Residential & Commercial
5 and the centerline of 4 North, Range 13 Crossing, Vernon, FL above styled cause. Sunday BibleStudies
County Road No. 273, West and the Southern 32462, at public sale, Lucas N. Taylor Se TCommercial Refrigeration & Hoods
for a distance of 170.00 boundary line of the L to the highest and best 122B South Waukesha Service Tuesday
feet to a point; thence & N Railroad; thence bidder, for cash, at the Street 11:00a.m. 7:00 P.M. 2 o 7IuJj e SrcA ib
North 0051'00 East for run Easterly along said front steps of the Court- Post Office Box 1267
40.00 feet to an iron L & N railroad right of house located at 1293 Bonifay, FloridaChristian Karaoke Nights Every Other Friday Night 638-3611
rod set on the Northerly way 200.27 feet for the Jackson Avenue, Chip- 850-547-7301
right-of-way line of Point of Beginning; ley, FL 32428, on Sep- 850-547-7303 Fax at 7:00 P.M. BeginningJuly 9th Lic. #1814468
County Road No. 273, thence run Southerly member 2, 2010, at FL BAR NO.: 670189
said iron rod being the 105 feet; thence run 11:00A.M. Attorney for the Peti-


Point of Beginning;
thence continue North
00 51'00" East for
195.00 feet to an iron
rod; thence South
89 09'00" East for 62.66
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thence South 00 52'42"
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89 09'00" West along
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6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Condo/Townhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170- Mobile Home/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


r 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 down-
town Chipley. All util.
incl'd 638-1918



6110
1BR Apartment in
Chipley. Good location.
No pets. 638-4640.



CHIPLEY. Like 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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Apartments, Handicap
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Rental Assistance avail-
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cants. Monthly rental
rates start at $515 plus
utilities. For Rental In-
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638-4282. TTY
1-800-955-8771. 1413
Brickyard Road, Chip-
ley. Mon-Frin 9:00
AM-5:00 PM. Equal
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| 6110
For Rent Apartment,
2BR/1BA. Bonifay area.
850-326-1768



For Rent: Bright
2BR/2BA screened
porch apartment. Non
Smoker, references.
Bonifay Area.
850-547-3494 or
850-532-2177



For Rent: Nice
townhouse apartment.
2 bedrooms, 2' baths,
one car garage in
downtown Bonifay. NO
PETS. Call
850-547-3129


6140
2BR/2BA House for
rent on South Blvd.
Gourmet kitchen,
$750/mth. 638-9127.
3BR/2BA Inside Boni-
fay City limits. $500.
month, $400. deposit
547-9291.



For Rent. 3BR/11VBA.
A/C, carport, city water.
638-7601.
For Rent: 3BR/1BA
Frame House, $325 a
month. 3BR/2BA trailer
$275., a month, Ponce
de Leon area.
850-259-9113.
Large 3BR/2BA home
ready for rent. 3403
Pipkin Road. Deposit
and $625. month.
850-814-6500


6170



2 & 3 BR
$590-$615
Greenhead
Washer & Dryer Incl
Some pets welcome
248-0048
2BR Mobile Home,
good location in Chip-
ley. No Pets.
850-638-4640.
2BR/1BA Furnished
MH for rent. No pets.
$ 5 0 0 / m t h
$ 3 0 0 / d e p o s i t.
638-1462.



2BR/1BA MH in Chip-
ley. 1 block to elemen-
tary school. W/D
hook-up, CH/A. No
pets. $425/mth + de-
posit. 850-638-0560 or
850-774-3034.



2BR/2BA Mobile
Homes. Between Chip-
ley & Bonifay. Water &
garbage furnished.
$400/mth + deposit.
547-4232.
2BR MH's for rent in
Bonifay. Water & sew-
age included.
638-2999.
2BR/2BA w/large addi-
tion on 2 acres, fenced.
2 storage buildings.
Smoke free environ-
ment, no pets. $575
month plus deposit.
Water & Sewage in-
cluded. 850-258-2086.
3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile
from Bonifay Elemen-
tary School, on Hwy
177A. New A/C unit,
newly painted, reno-
vated. Call
850-547-3746 or
850-956-2267
'Bonif-ay, 2BR/1BA,
$375, and 2BR/1BAI
| $400. mo in quiet|
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850-699-3599
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6170
2BR MH for rent with
utility building, window
air. 535-2657.
Circle J Mobile Home
Park in Chipley, 921 N
2nd St.; & Graceville
5262 Alabama St. 2&3
BR units for rent, start-
ing @ $345 per mo call
850-832-2929



For Rent 3 BR/ 2 BA
Doublewide. in Bonifay.
No Pets, Call cell #
850-373-8938



For Rent. 3BR/2BA
Doublewide. 2 car
garage. Very clean. 7
miles south of Chipley.
$600/mth plus deposit.
Call 850-260-2690.



For Rent: 3 bedroom
mobile home in the
town of Westville. Call
850-836-4191 or
850-373-7892
Large 3BR/2BA, Chip-
ley. CH/A, WD
hook-up, appliances. 1
block to elementary
school. $550/mth plus
deposit. No pets.
638-0560 or
850-774-3034.
Mobile Homes in Cot-
tondale on Sapp Rd, 8
miles E. of Chipley.
3br, 2ba, & 2br, 2ba,
avail. Total elec.
(850)-258-4868 or
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Trailer for rent;
2BR/2BA, partly fur-
nished, ideal for 1 or 2
people. No Pets, Call
850-547-3221


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3PM or anytime Sat &
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7110 Beach Home/
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7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-ol-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



House for sale:
3BR/2BA, 1582 sq. ft.
garage,411 North Okla-
homa St, Bonifay, FL,
Reasonable Price Call
219-242-2116
Must Sale! Frame
house, 2 acres land,
well & septic tank, 4
ton central unit.
$49,000. Call
850-263-0107


;
Charming Home in the
city, well kept, ready to
move in. 2 large Bed-
rooms, 1 bath, lots of
closet space, CH/A,
oak floors throughout
most of the house,
metal roof, attached
carport, front and back
covered porches,
nicely landscaped plus
unique cottage style
building (wired) with
front porch for your
crafts or studio. Won-
derful neighborhood.
Convenient to schools,
shopping and hospital.
$89,9000. Call
638-8646.

REDUCED
$69K w/7 acres
2 or 3 br, 2 bath block
house, fireplace, LR,
Den, DR, large kitchen,
fenced. 850-541-3721


7120
For Sale; by owner,
C h i p l e y.
Residental/commercal, bnck,
930 Main St.,
2500 Square Feet. WIFI
wiring. Beautifully fur-
niture. Expanded pav-
ing. 404-660-3813


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UC.nit BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
COuntry (Florida & Alabama)
205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510
NICE 4 BR 2.5BA HOME IN TOWN-$109,900---20 AC
FARM 3 BR HOME POND BARNS PASTURE-$235,000---
9+ACWITH ELECTRIC-$42,000---4+AC3BR2BAHOME
CHIPLEY REDUCED-$79,900---15 ACRES FENCED MO-
TIVATED SELLER-$69,000 ---10 ACRES MH OWNER Fl-
NANCING-$74,500 --- LARGE 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOME
ON 2+ ACRES-$137,500---NEWER 2 STORY 3 BR 2 BA
HOME CHIPLEY-$158,900---INTOWN HOME AND
MH PARK LARGE LOT-$189,000---10 AC NICE 3 BR 2
BA HOME-$189,900---23+ ACRES WOODED-$54,000---
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10 Acres
$45K
fenced, small pond,
septic tank, power, live-
stock and horses wel-
come. 850-541-3721

For Sale: 8.3 acres on
Hwy. 173, Bonifay, FL.
Acreage near Bonifay
Airport. Call
850-535-2838

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.




High & Dry beautiful 1
acre, cleared & ready
to build your new home
on just minutes from
Chipley. Beautiful
homes in restricted
neig h b o r hood.
$19,500.00. Call
638-8646.




Lot for sale: 1st Ave,
Esto, City water,
approved septic tank,
large concrete slab.
$7,900. Call
850-547-9291

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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8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercralt
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



For Sale 2007 Saturn
Ion, 50,000 miles, great
shape, $12,000. or take
over payments.
850-547-4299
For Sale. 2002 Olds
Alero. 157,500 miles.
$4200. Call 638-7835.
For Sale; 2008 Ford
Mustang V-6. Roush
Body Kit. CD player,
leather interior.
Loaded. 28,000 miles.
Asking $20,500, OBO.
Call 535-1122.


| 8130

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.
Tires fair condition.
$2,500, OBO.
638-7351.

Ford F-250XL, 1995,
5.8 liter V-8 with towing
package, bed liner and
almost new camper
top. Very good condi-
tion. $3400. 638-8646.




812'X20' Car Hauler.
Flat bottom trailer
w/side rales. Gate &
ramps included. Cus-
tom built. Diamond
plate floor. $2800.
638-2999.







80 Yamaha 4-Wheeler,
$300.00. Call 638-8646.




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MDONRDOF, LEATHER. NAVAGATION, 365 HP
MSRP.................................S45.330D L T0oY
Chipola Ford Discount......S3,335
Customer Cash...................S .51
FMCC.......................................S500D


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POWER PKG.. CRUISE. C SYNC. LEATHER. MOONROOF. STEPBARS CREW CAB- LARIAT SRW
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DB FORD STANDARD CAB XLT
5.4, V8, POWER PKG.. ONLY 24K MILES .. ...
08 MERCURY MILAN
ONLY 7K MILES, 4 CYL, AUTOMATIC, POWER PKG NICE!.
07 FORD FUSION SEL
VG, POWER PKGO LEATHER 27K MILES ................................
09 FORD FUSION SEL
AT PWR PKG ALLOYS 17K MILES


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LEATHER. CLIMATE CONTROL, LOADED. 30K MILES .. S17,995
08 FORD ESCAPE XLS #R3212
PWR PKG. CRUISE TILT. CD PLAYER. 25K MILES S18.995
08 GMC CANYON SLE CREW CAB #pazoz
PWUOL AT, Z-71 PKG 43K MILES ........................... 19 ,9 9 5
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4X4. CHROMEPKB. 5.4V. ONLY22KMILES .. ...S26,995
08 FORD F-15D SUPER CAB XLT 4X4 #P3Isf
CHROME PKG. 54. .ONLY 22K MILES ............... S26,995
08 FORD F-15D SUPER CREW XLT #R3217
POWER PKG CHROME PKG 4X4 MUST SEE! 3BK MILES S..... 27.995
07 LINCOLN MKX #R3ma
MOUNROOFF HEATED. H COOLEO SEATS. NAV. 28K MILES S28S995
ID FORD TAURUS LIMITED #R3220
LEATHER. SYNC MDONROOF. CHROME WHEELS. OK MILES $29.995
08 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW LARIAT #R3227
4X4 LEATHER. 20" WHEELS 21K MILES ..-... ... .. S32.995


10 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW XLT #R3211 O8 FORD F-250 CREW CA
CONSOLE, TOW PACKAGE 54 VB 13K MILES S25.995 4X4. DIESEL LEATHER. 20" WHEELS. GOOSENEI
07 CHEVROLET TAHOE LTZ #10292A 10 FORD F-250 CREW CAB
MIOONRDE.LEATHERCHROMEWHEELS.NAVABATION,76KMILES.. -S26.,995 4X4. DIESEL ONLY 4K MILES

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BOB PFORTE DODGE
4214 Lafayette St. Marianna, FL (850) 482-4601

2010 DODGE RAM 3500 2010 DODGE RAM 2500 2010 DODGE RAM 1500
SLT CREW CAB SLT MEGA CAB 4x4 SLT QUAD CAB

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Deep Water Blue Pearl, 6.7 Liter Cummins Turbo Diesel Light Greystone Pearl, 6.7 Liter Cummins Turbo Diesel Rails, Tow Pkg.
Up To $3,000 In Rebates or Up To $3,000 In Rebates or Up To $5,500 In Rebates or
1.9% For 60 months 1.9% For 60 months 1.9% For 72 months
s43,298 $44,698 $24,498

2010 DODGE CHA GER SXT 2010 DODGE AVENGER SXr 2010 CHRYSLER SEBRING

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Up To $3,500 In Rebates or Up To $3,000 In Rebates or Up To $2,500 In Rebates or
0.0% For 72 months 0.0% For 72 months 0.0% For 72 months
$24,398 $17,898 $18,510
NEW CHRYSLER 300's 0.0% FOR 72 MONTHS OSEFROM
ALL VEHICLE PRICES FIGURED WITH REBATES APPLIED, PLUS TAX, TAG, TITLE & FEES
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CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED VEHICLES
2009 Dodge Charger Red, Auto., 3.5L, Spoiler, Alloys, Sharp, Low Miles......... $14,298 2007 Chrysler Pacifica Red, Auto., V-6, Great F,,ni,, R J ,:i, :. l,-: .................S12,198
2009 Jeep Pairio-d, Auto., NiceSmallSUV,34K Miles.............................. 13,898 2010 Chrysler Town & Counry Red, Auto 1 ................................ S18,988
2010 Dodge Charger Silver, Auto., 3.5L, Poewr Windows, Locks & Mirrors........ S15,999 2008 Dodge Avenger White, Auto., 4Door, Spo' .................................. 11,398
2009 Chrysler Sebring Silver, Auto, Only 38K Miles, Nice! ......................... 11,798 2007 Chrysler Pacica Green, Auto., V-6, Aweso ii, .:' r 1i-...........$.............. 14,359
2008 Jeep Libery ray, Auto., SUV, Sweet, 48K Miles ................................ 13,790 2008 Dodge Magnu Red, Auto., V-6, Nice! ...... .... ...... $11,898
2008 Jeep Wrangler SoftTop, Auto., 4x4, Fun, White, 13K Miles......................$17,598 2008 Chrysler 300 Gold, Loaded, Leather, Na i, .............................$17,400
2007 Dodge Dakola White, Auto., 4 Door, Tow Pkg., V-6.......................... $15,819 2008 Dodge n s1500 4x4 Auto., 38K Mik, Hunii, nSpi l ......... $21,598
2009 Chrysler 300 BWC, Auto., Super Sharp, Super Clean, 34K Miles..............$16,601 200 Dodge Ran m 1500 4x4 Auto., 37K Mik, HuniiiS.n Spial ............$1,798
ALL VEHICLE PRICES FIGURED WITH 15% DOWN PLUS TAX TAG TITLE FEES. ALL UNITS SUBJECT TO PRESALE.
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1100 -Legal Advertising
1110 Classified Notices
1120 Public Notices/
Announcements
1125 Carpools &
Rideshare
1130 Adoptions
1140 Happy Ads
1150 Personals
1160 Lost
1170 Found




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descendants of Mr.
Harry Watson of Marn-
anna, Florida in Jack-
son County. This is
concerning interest in
heir property. Please
contact Lauretta Cruz
at 614-337-7403 with
any questions. We
need your response by
August 30, 2010 12:00
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1130
ARE YOU PREGNANT?
CONSIDERING ADOP-
TION? Loving married
couple seeks to adopt.
Will be Full-time Mom
(age 36) and Devoted
Dad. Financial security.
EXPENSES PAID.
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FL Bar# 0150789

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Considering adoption?
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awaits your newborn.
Expenses paid. Melissa
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FOUND Puppy at
Douglas Ferry Rd,
(280) and Hwy 79 on
August 1st, if yours call
to identify. 638-0814,
415-1670


I PE &fANlMALS
2100-Pets
2110 -Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials


| 2130
For Sale Assorted full
blood, large breed
chicks, various ages.
$2.00 and up each.
850-830-4596


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


3130

Michelle & HC's
Auction
4100 Pate Pond Rd
(OLD VFW BLD)
Vernon, FL
Every Saturday, 6p.m.
Closed July 3rd for
4th holiday, Reopen
July 10th.
Miscellaneous Auction.
Multi-sellers.
Selection varies. Cash,
Credit/debit card.
Thinking Auction? Call
850-547-9140
Michelle Roof
FL AU3014 AB2224





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$500 scholarship
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B&B Furniture 1342
North RR Avenue,
Chipley. We pay cash
for clean, quality furni-
ture. 850-557-0211 or
850-415-6866. Ask for
Pasco or Carolyn


Cherry Bedroom Set.
Solid Wood, never
used, brand new in fac-
tory boxes. English
Dovetail. Original cost
$4500. Sell for $895.
Can deliver. (954)
302-2423


LEATHER LIVING RM
SET. In original plastic,
never used. Ong price
$3000, Sacrifice $975.
Can deliver. Call Bill
(305)420-5982




Living Room Set. An-
tique, tapestry fabric.
Excellent condition.
$350.00. Call 638-8646.



3230



Huge Yard Sale! Sat-
urday only, 8/14, 8 un-
til. Tools, clothes, toys,
plus much more. 1440
Clifford St., Bonifay
(behind Badcock)




Nighttime Yard
Sale. Fri., 8-13. New
& used items.
"Calina's", 838 5th St.,
Chipley. 5PM-Until.
With every purchase
your name is entered in
drawing for nice
give-a-ways.




Yard Sale. Fri., 8/13 at
896 8th St., Chipley.
Children & adult size
name brand clothes.
Shoes, purses, scrubs,
full size mattress set &
lots of misc.




Yard Sale. Sat.,
8-14-10. Rain/Shine.
Corner S. 8th
St./Woodrow Ave. BIk
behind Brock
Paint/Body. Moving!
Lots of stuff. Furniture
dishes. 326-2920.




Yard Sale. Sat., Au-
gust 15th. 1526 Orange
HI Rd., Chipley



3250

K&L Farm,
LLC
Green Peanuts
for Boiling!!
1567 Piney Grove
Rd, Chipley.
SM-Fnr. 8-6pm & Sat. I
8-4pm.
850-638-5002,
260-5003, 527-3380


3250
U-PICK $4.00 gal
scuppernong
muscandine grape
1837 Flowing Well
off 177A, Boni
850-547-2326

U-Pick Grapes is
I now open. 1304-A
Clayton Rd., Chip-
ley. 638-2624. Scups
& Muscadines, $5.00
I Gallon. Open 6 days
week.
7:00AM-7:00PM.





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pes Train for high paying w/tack room & thick
Rd, Aviation Maintenance pad. Call Tom
fay. Career. FAA approved 850-588-4883
program. Financial aid
if qualified, Housing Wanted: 12.5 acres
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Drums, Banjo, Mando-
lin, Violin, Flute. Cov-
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used musical instru-
ments. Downtown ii
Chipley 850-638-5050.


EMPLOYMENT
4100- Help Wanted
4130 Employment
Information


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For Rent first in Chip-
ley, Mini Warehouses.
If you don't have the
room, "We Do" Lamar
T o w n s e n d
(850)638-4539, north of
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LEATHER. H/C SEATS NAV. 2BK MILES
07 FORD SPORT TRAC LMT
PWOL TILT. CRUISE. CD PLAYER....... ...............
07 FORD F-150 SUPER CAB XLT
LOADED. SUPER NICE!. 22K MILES..
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Chipola Ford Discount......S3,335
Customer Cash...................S .511
FMCC.......................................S500D


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09 FORD FOCUS SE
30K MILES. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, POWER PKG
DB FORD STANDARD CAB XLT
5.4 V8B POWER PKG.. ONLY 24K MILES ..
08 MERCURY MILAN
ONLY 7K MILES, 4 CYL, AUTOMATIC, POWER PKG NICE!.
07 FORD FUSION SEL
VG POWER PKGr LEATHER 27K MILES ................................
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#P3221

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#R3199
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08 FORD ESCAPE XLS #R3212
PWR PKG. CRUISE TILT. CD PLAYER. 25K MILES 18.995
08 GMC CANYON SLE CREW CAB #Pazoz
PWUL AT, Z-71 PKG 43K MILES ............................. 19 ,9 9 5
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4X4. CHROME PKB. 5.4V8B ONLY 22K MILES ... S26,9 5
08 FORD F-15D SUPER CAB XLT 4X4 #P3IsU
CHROME PKG, 54. V .NLY 22K MILES ............... S26,995
08 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW XLT #R3217
POWER PKG CHROME PKG 4X4 MUST SEE! 3BK MILES S..... 27.995
07 LINCOLN MKX #R31aG
MOUNRUOFF HEATED. CEUDLEO SEATS. NAV. 28K MILES S28.9SS5
ID FORD TAURUS LIMITED #R3220
LEATHER. SYNC MDONRODF. CHROME WHEELS. K MILES $29.995
08 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW LARIAT #R3227
4X4 LEATHER. 20" WHEELS 21K MILES ... ..S. S32.995


B LARIAT #IIIosA
CK 47K MILES S3B.995
B XLT #1D244A
S40,495


model year end





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20,10 FQRD FQCUS SE
AUTO, POWER PKB
MSRP......................S.......I...... 19 OD
Chipola Ford Discunt....... 5
Customer Cash...............$3,DDD0


2010 FQRD FUSIQN SE
2.5, 4CYL., AUTO TRANS., POWER PKB. SPOILER
MSRP................................$23.65 r
Chipola Ford Discount....1...S17D
Customer Cash................S2.,DDD


07 FORD FOCUS ZX-5StakID 3226 08 Ford Fusion SEL Stk P3731 04 FORD F-250 LARIAT
POWRPK CO.TILT. AUTMAT5 I'Stlk ID 1112188
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CRUIE 38 MILS -MOONROOF. LEATHER


10 FORD F-150 SUPER CREW XLT #R3211 08 FORD F-250 CREW CA
CONSOLE, TOW PACKAGE 5.4, VB 13K MILES ..- S25,995 4X4. DIESEL. LEATHER. 20" WHEELS. GOOSENEI
07 CHEVROLET TAHOE LTZ #10292A 10 FORD F-250 CREW CAB
MOONRDEI LEATHER.CHRDMEWHEELSNAVABATIDN,76K LES.... S2B,995 4X4. DIESEL ONLY 4K MILES

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Community
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is accepting
applications for
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for the Head Start
Program
in Holmes County.
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Primary
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center. Assist
teacher in all
activities as needed.
Minimum
Qualifications:
High School (GED);
1 3 months related
experience or
training.
Must have Current
driver's license and
proper vehicle
insurance coverage.
Must comply with
health and
background
screening.
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qualifications call
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Personnel Tech
(850) 547-3689.
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obtained from any
Tri-County
Community Council,
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and submitted by
Aug0916,2010
at
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Administrative SHERWOOD 1BR Apartment in 3BR/2BA Inside Boni- 2BR MH's for rent in Bonifay, 2BR/1BA'
Chief Financial Of APARTMENTS Chipley. Good location. fay City limits. $500 Bonifay. Water & sew- 2BR MH for rent with i$375, and 2BR/1BA,
icer Needed Dc- MOVE IN SPECIAL No pets. 638-4640. month, $400. deposit age ncuded ilr.535-2657.g window 0.M o inquiet
ficer Needed Doc- T MOVE IN SPECIAL! Op. 547-9291. 638-2999. a .MH home park.
tors Memorial Hos- REAL ESTATE FOR RENT $99 FOR FIRST 850-699-3599 "
pital has a full-time --- MONTHS RENT! For Rent Apartment, Large 3BR/2BA home -.
position available for 6100- Business/ Attn Seniors: 62 years 2BR/1BA. Bonifay area. ready for rent. 3403 i Large 3BR/2BA, Chip-
a Chief Financial Of- Commercial of age or older, 850-326-1768 Pipkin Road. Deposit ley. CH/A, WD
6120 Beach Rentals Handicapped/disabled, and $625. month. For Rent. 3BR/2BA hook-up, appliances. 1
accounting and pre- 130- Condo/Townhouse regardless of age. Spa- 850-814-6500 Doublewide. 2 car For Rent: 3 bedroom block to elementary
vious hospital expe- 6140- House Rentals clous 1 Bedroom garage. Very clean. 7 mobile home in the school. $550/mth plus
rience is required. 6150- Roommate Wanted Apartments, Handicap miles south of Chipley. town of Westville. Call deposit. No pets.
Critical Access Hos- 6160 Rooms for Rent Equipped Apartment, $600/mth plus deposit. 850-836-4191 or 638-0560 or
pital experience pre- 6170 Mobile Home/LotC 5 630 0
feared. Interested 61pre Out-f-Town Rentals Rental Assistance avail- For Rent: Bright Call 850-260-2690. 850-373-7892 850-774-3034.
6190g- Timeshare Rentals able to qualified appli- 2BR/2BA screened10
applicants can send 6200 Vacation Rentals cants. Monthly rental porch apartment. Non
their resume to PO. rates start at $515 plus Smoker, references. l
Box 188, Bonifay, FI utilities. For Rental In- Bonifay Area.
32425 or by email to formation call: (850) 850-547-3494 or On the end,
christy.booth@doc- 638-4282. TTY 850-532-2177 2& 3 BRP
torsmemorialhospital.com. 6100 1-80k-955-8771. 1413 W it ll t th
Doctors Me- Brickyard Road, Chip- -,- it's all about the baby.
moral Hospital is a Commercial Building ley Mon-Fn 9:00 .,. C ,. ,
Drug Free for rent. 1800 sqft. Fall- AM-5:00 PM. Equal ,1,,- ,- ,-:,,,,
Workplace. EOE. ingwaters Rd., Chipley Housing Opportunity 61402480048
Can be split for two24 04
Healthcare ventures. Call Rick, 2BR/2BA House for -
850-258-6621. rent on South Blvd. 2BR Mobile Home
Medical Office Gourmet kitchen, ,,,,,I -..,,.., ,,. iP .
Secretary/CNA needed. $750/mth 638-9127 i.t i .. i Dr,, i:,-
Also one insurance ___ ,,,, f
850-547-4771. Office 2BRP IBA Furnished
Hospitality Space for rent down- ii- .:., ,..,, I .:. i I
town Chipley. All util. $ 5 0 0 / mt h
Front Desk Position at incl'd638-1918 For Rent. 3BR/1%BA $ 3 0 0 / deposit
Best Western in Boni- 7, carport, city water. 638-1462.
fay. Apply in person at
Chipley Days Inn. Do -
not apply at Best West- For Rent/Poss Sale. I
ern in Bonifay. No | 6110 EQUAL HOUSING 3BR/2.5BA, brick, 1
phone calls. OPPORTUNITY acre lot, CH/A. Adja- 2BR/1BA MH in Chip-
p cent to 3BR/1.5BA, 1 ley. 1 block to elemen-
Industrial I acre, CH/A, in Chipley. tary school. W/D
SReasonably priced, hook-up, CH/A. No
I Manpower CHIPLEY ik New 850-547-2091. pets. $425/mth + de-
is currently taking I 2BR/1BA $500 SD posit. 850-638-0560 or
applications for 25 HA en For Rent: Nice 850-774-3034.
PRODUCTION $250. OH/A, ceiling e ownhouse apartment For Rent: usee3BRB
fans, stove/refrigerato ownhouse apartment. For Rent: 3BR25BA 24X36X1O
I WORKERS Includes water, sewer 2 bedrooms, 2% baths, Frame House $325 a
I and I & garbage. Convenient one ca garage in month 3BR2BA ae
EXPERIENCED location.No pets or downtown Bon fay. NO $275., a month, Ponce
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850-260-2813 before
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Mobile Homes in Cot-
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REAL ESTrE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7105 Open House
7110 -Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Tilmeshare


7100


Charming Home in the
city, well kept, ready to
move in. 2 large Bed-
rooms, 1 bath, lots of
closet space, CH/A,
oak floors throughout
most of the house,
metal roof, attached
carport, front and back
covered porches,
nicely landscaped plus
unique cottage style
building (wired) with
front porch for your
crafts or studio. Won-
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Convenient to schools,
shopping and hospital.
$89,9000. Call
638-8646.


1 7100
House for sale:
3BR/2BA, 1582 sq. ft.
garage,411 North Okla-
homa St, Bonifay, FL,
Reasonable Price Call
219-242-2116
Must Sale! Frame
house, 2 acres land,
well & septic tank, 4
ton central unit.
$49,000. Call
850-263-0107
REDUCED
$69K w/7 acres
2 or 3 br, 2 bath block
house, fireplace, LR,
Den, DR, large kitchen,
fenced. 850-541-3721


7120
For Sale; by owner,
C h i p I e y .
Residential/commercal, brick,
930 Main St.,
2500 Square Feet. WIFI
wiring. Beautifully fur-
niture. Expanded pav-
ing. 404-660-3813


7150
10 Acres
$45K
fenced, small pond,
septic tank, power, live-
stock and horses wel-
come. 850-541-3721
For Sale: 8.3 acres on
Hwy. 173, Bonifay, FL.
Acreage near Bonifay
Airport. Call
850-535-2838
Gator Pond off Hwy.
77 near Sunnyhills in
Washington County;
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Price negotiable, possi-
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Call (850) 896-5755.



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Esto, City water,
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850-547-9291

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& One 10 acres on
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more info call Milton
Peel @ 850-638-1858.



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08 CHEVY
AVEO
4 Dr., Auto., Great Gas Mileage
LOW PAYMENTS
WAS $11,949

$8,578


08 MAZDA
TRIBUTE
Auto., Sharp Utility Vehicle
WAS $18,479
SUPER DEAL!

$13,888


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8110 Cars
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8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Molorcycles
8170-Auto Parts
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8210- Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
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8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 -Aircrall/Aviation
8320 ATV/ff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Molorhomes


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HHR
Automatic, Sharp
WAS $12,888
SUPER DEAL!

$10,888


09 CHEVY
MALIBU LT
Leather, Alloy Wheels
WAS $18,949
SUPER DEAL!

$14,779


8110

For Sale 2007 Saturn
Ion, 50,000 miles, great
shape, $12,000. or take
over payments.
850-547-4299

For Sale. 2002 Olds
Alero. 157,500 miles.
$4200. Call 638-7835.

For Sale; 2008 Ford
Mustang V-6. Roush
Body Kit. CD player,
leather interior.
Loaded. 28,000 miles.
Asking $20,500, OBO.
Call 535-1122.


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03 CHEVY
TAHOE LT
Sharp, Not Many Around
WAS $14,949
SUPER DEAL!

$11,888


07 CHEVY
COLORADO
4 Door, Automatic
WAS $17,990
SUPER DEAL!

$14,888
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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.
Tires fair condition.
$2,500, OBO.
638-7351.

Ford F-250XL, 1995,
5.8 liter V-8 with towing
package, bed liner and
almost new camper
top. Very good condi-
tion. $3400. 638-8646.





812'X20' Car Hauler.
Flat bottom trailer
w/side rales. Gate &
ramps included. Cus-
tom built. Diamond
plate floor. $2800.
638-2999.


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Unite BETTIE L. SLAY, BROKER
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205 E. North Ave., Bonifay, Florida 32425
(850) 547-3510
NICE 4 BR 2.5BA HOME IN TOWN-$109,900---20 AC
FARM 3 BR HOME POND BARNS PASTURE-$235,000---
9+ACWITH ELECTRIC-$42,000---4+AC3BR2BA HOME
CHIPLEY REDUCED-$79,900---15 ACRES FENCED MO-
TIVATED SELLER-$69,000 ---10 ACRES MH OWNER Fl-
NANCING-$74,500 --- LARGE 3 BR 2 BA BRICK HOME
ON 2+ ACRES-$137,500---NEWER 2 STORY 3 BR 2 BA
HOME CHIPLEY-$158,900---INTOWN HOME AND
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BA HOME-$189,900---23+ ACRES WOODED-$54,000---
14.8 AC 3 bR 2 BA HOME & BARNS-$135,900
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AVALON XLS
Leather Seats, Sunroof
WAS $14,888
SPECIAL

s11,949

08 CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER LS
Auto., Sharp Utility
Vehicle, WAS $17,949
SUPER DEAL!

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Washington County Voter's Guide August 11, 2010



Election 2010 coming up in Washington County


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor

CHIPLEY Prepa-
rations are underway
for the 2010 elections in
Washington County, with
the primary and school
board election on August
24 and the general elec-
tion on Nov. 2.
The book closing date
for the Nov. 2 General
Election is Oct. 4. First-
time voters in the state of
Florida, and voters that
want to change their party
affiliation for the August
primary, must file an ap-
plication by the book
closing date. Florida is a
closed primary state. Vot-
ers will be issued a party-
specific ballot and will
not be able to change their
party at the polls.
Early voting for the
2010 elections are as
follows: Primary election
through August 22, and
General election Oct. 18-
30 will be held at the Su-
pervisor of Elections of-
fice located at 1331 South
Blvd., Suite 900, Chipley.
Voters must present photo
and signature identifica-
tion, or vote a provisional
ballot. A Florida driver
license or identification
card will meet these re-
quirements. Voters may
continue to request ballots
up to four days prior to an
election. Requests can be
made in person, by mail,
by telephone, or at www.
wcsoe.org.
There is early voting


or vote-by-mail to vote.
Vote-by-mail ballots will
automatically be mailed
to your address of record
unless otherwise request-
ed. They cannot be for-
warded. It is permissible
to mail them to an alter-
nate address, but that ad-
dress must be on file at the
elections' office.
Sample ballots will be
mailed to registered vot-
ers approximately three
weeks prior to the elec-
tion in time for early vot-
ing. The Elections office
recommends that voters
mark sample ballots and
take it with them to the
polls or to early vote.
There are two new pre-
cinct locations for the Au-
gust 24 primary. Green-
head Precinct 12 voters
now go to New Vision
United Methodist Church
at 2662 Blocker Road.
The other new location is
Precinct 6 in New Hope.
Voters will now go to Gil-
ley's Place at 3351 Mallo-
ry Road just off Hwy. 77.
Candidates for local
office for 2010 include:
*School Board District
1 (nonpartisan): Travis
Hall, Vann Brock (incum-
bent)
*School Board District
4 (nonpartisan): Willie
"Tonka" Taylor, Terry El-
lis (incumbent)
District 5 School Board
member Susan Roberts is
unopposed for reelection.
*County Commission
District 2: Joel Pate (Re-
publican, incumbent),


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ALL PRECINCTS


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UNITED STATES SENATOR

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GOVERNORAND LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR




ATTORNEY GENERAL

f(7 Dave Aronb-erg
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COUNTY
COUNTY COMM ISSIONER, DISTRICT

CD Marsha Hayes
C-) Bimn aJtsey
C' SwoIon Peel
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(Democrat); neither has
primary opposition.
*County Commission
District 4: Eddy Holman
(Republican, incumbent),
Scott Waldrip (Demo-
crat), Todd Abbott (Re-


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publican), Marsha Hayes
(Democrat), Sheldon Peel
(Democrat), Wes Fischer
(Republican), Banian Jo-
sey (Democrat) and Bry-
ant Sewell (No Party Af-
filiation).
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BEFOREYOU GO
TO THE POLLS

* if your address or name has
changed, contact the elections
office BEFORE Election Day.
* Check your voter information
card for the location of your
polling place.
* Take your drivers license or
another form of photo and
signature ID to the polls.
(Per Florida statutes, Buyers
Club and Employee Badges are
no longer acceptable forms of
identification for voting.)
*r ** *-*


Peel has no opposition.
Circuit Judge Allen Reg-
ister has no opposition.
For further informa-
tion, contact the Washing-
ton County Supervisor of
Elections office at 638-
6230 or visit the web site


at www.wcsoe.org.

Precinct list
1 Caryville Town
Hall, 4336 Old Spanish
Trail (US 90)
2 Five Points Fire
Station, 3892 Desalvo
Road
3 Hinson's Cross-
roads Fire Station, 5487
Douglas Ferry Road
4 Washington Coun-
ty Ag Center, 1424 Jack-
son Avenue (US 90)
5 Vernon City Hall,
2808 Yellow Jacket Drive
6 Gilley's Place at
3351 Mallory Road just
off State 77
7 Orange Hill Fire
Station, 1927 Orange Hill
Road
8 Chipley National
Guard Armory, 749 7th
Street
9 Wausau City Hall,
1607 Second Avenue
10 Courts of Praise
Church, 1720 Clayton
Road
11 Ebro City Hall,
629 Dog Track Road
12 New Vision Unit-
ed Methodist Church at
2662 Blocker Road
14 Old Chipley
High School gym, 680 2nd
Street
15 Sunny Hills fire
station 3681 Gables Blvd.
17 Shepherd's Gate
Church, 1915 Ferguson
Road
18 Recycling Center,
State 77
19 Country Oaks
Baptist Church, 574
Buckhorn Blvd.







2, Election 2010, Washington County News, Wednesday, August 11, 2010

School Board (Non-Partisan)


School Board
District 1


Incumbent School
Board member and Chair-
man Vann Brock respond-
ed to a series of ques-
tions.
What are the chal-
lenges facing the School
Board over the next 4
years?
Budget issues will be
at the forefront. Second,
curriculum challenges as
it relates to graduation re-
quirements handed down
from the state i.e. 1 extra
math and 1 extra science
course.
What steps do you
feel the school needs to
take for the safety of our
children?
I feel we provide a safe
environment. Elementary
schools require monitor-
ing on students arriv-
ing and leaving campus
before and after school
hours. Also any visitor


must sign in and wear a
name tag when entering
campus. We also provide
School resource officers
for our campuses.
What steps do you
feel are needed to make
sure qualified teachers
are hired?
Certification in the field
that they will be teaching.
Second is periodic evalu-
ation by the principal dur-
ing the school year


Travis Hall


Small businessman and
Chipola College gradu-
ate Travis Hall supports
the ever-expanding voca-
tional programs at Wash-
ington-Holmes Technical
Center and notes the need
to provide training for the
jobs available in the area.
Hall supports more
transparency by the Board.
"There should be an hon-
est relationship," he said,
as well as having Board
members spend more time
in classrooms and meet-
ing staff members to find


out what is needed. One
way to ensure transpar-
ency was, "when you go
before the public and say
you are going to do some-
thing, do it, don't change
your mind at the meeting
or making a deal that's not
at the meeting.
"Instill in students the
feeling that they can be
anything they want to."

School Board
District 4


Terry Ellis


Incumbent School
Board Member Terry El-
lis responded to a series
of questions
What are the Chal-
lenges facing the School
Board for the next 4
years?
The School Board has
worked very hard with
all school system person-
nel to develop and imple-
ment strategic spending
cuts that have allowed us
to reduce expenditures by
approximately 10 percent


in the last 2 years.
We have developed
a master plan for Kate
M. Smith and have posi-
tioned ourselves for po-
tential Special Facilities
Funding from the state in
the 2012 Budget Year to
build a new facility.
While I support ac-
countability and reward-
ing out best teachers,
there must be a coopera-
tive effort to develop a
system that will be fair
and equitable.
What steps do you
feel are needed to make
sure qualified teachers
are hired?
Follow established hir-
ing procedure, conduct
extensive follow-up on
work and personal refer-
ences, give principals the
freedom to make their
choice of the best candi-
date from all applicants


Will "Tonka" Taylor

Will "Tonka" Taylor
says he is dedicated to
the students, teachers and
residents of Washington
County; is hardworking
for his family and oth-
ers in the issues everyone
faces in the future; and
interested in everyone's
thoughts, concerns and
hopes for the children.
"As a parent I want
the best possible educa-
tion and opportunities for


my children," Taylor said.
"As a concerned and able
member of this commu-
nity, I have a dream that
those things are possible
for all the children.
"Children are our
greatest resource and hope
for the future. I promise
to make the development
of our young people the
priority and focus of our
community.
"I am committed to
working to provide each
child with the education
and training necessary
to become a responsible
citizen and conscientious
member of our local, re-
gional and national soci-
ety. I have an open mind
and an open door. I am
willing to discuss any is-
sues or thoughts that you
might have. Together we
can make a difference in
our children's future."


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August 11, 2010, Washington County News, Election 2010, 3

County Commission


County Commission
District 4


"It's the Bill of Rights
we are talking about."


Banian Josey


Sheldon Peel


Sheldon Peel is a Dem-
ocratic candidate for Dis-
trict 2 commissioner.
Peel is the owner of
J&M Testing Lab in Chi-
pley that was established
in 1981. He is a retired
military officer. "I'm a
registered Democrat and
I'm proud of it."
Peel said the best way
the public could support
the efforts of the commis-
sion was to be observant.
"Provide constructive in-
put and speak out about
what you want enacted,"
he said.
"To the best of my
knowledge I have never
missed voting when I had
an opportunity to vote.
"I enjoy the luxury of
life in Washington County
with the right to freedom
of speech and the right to
vote.


Banian Josey is a can-
didate for the Democratic
nomination for District 4
County commissioner,
Josey is the heavy
equipment operator in-
structor at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center.
"I have over 11 years
of construction experi-
ence, with eight years in
management and plan-
ning. "I want to encourage
and enable all the citizens
to voice their opinions and
have a say in the decisions
that affect our resources
and communities.
"I want to create a bet-
ter future, by building bet-
ter roads and implement-
ing a more productive
and efficient road mainte-
nance system, and lower
the unemployment rate
by stimulating economic
growth and creating jobs
for the people in Wash-
ington County."


ported the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce. "We have been en-
couraged in our efforts to
bring Project Pipe to Chi-
pley. The groundbreaking
for their new road behind
DOT was in February with
a railroad spur already un-
derway."


Eddy Holman


Eddy Holman is a can-
didate for the Republican
nomination for county
commissioner. He is the
incumbent District 4 com-
missioner and is the cur-
rent county commission
chairman.
Holman is state certi-
fied as a Florida County
Commissioner and served
three years on both the
Public Safety Committee
and as Chairman of the
Tri-County Disadvan-
taged Committee.
He worked on the Rec-
reational Committee in
2009, when the BOCC
donated $40,000 to Chi-
pley to help Pals Park to
continue recreational pro-
grams.
Holman said that an-
other priority is the main-
tenance of graded roads.
Holman said that in-
dustry is a major issue for
the county, Holman said
that the BOCC has sup-


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Todd Abbott


Todd Abbott is a can-
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nomination for District 4
commissioner.
Abbott answered a se-
ries of questions:
What is the role of
the commission in the
economic development
of the County?
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Wes Fischer


Wes Fischer is a can-
didate for the Republican
nomination for District 4
commissioner.
"I want to see our
county return to a respect-
able state and it must start
with leadership that is not
afraid of its own shadow.
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ment needs to be held
accountable for all of the
shortcomings we have.
EMS and volunteer fire
services are struggling and
in a large part due to lack
of proper management.
We are more concerned
with having a huge EOC
operations center instead
of the operation itself.
"Our annual budget is
full of useless spending.
"And, how about the
county employees getting
nothing in the last three
years?"


affect the future economic
growth of this county:
Being accountable for
taxpayers' money, creat-
ing new jobs, relieving
the heavy tax burden on
residents, using common
sense when making deci-
sions, road paving issues,
youth programs."


Bryant Sewell


Marsha Hayes


Scott Waldrip


Scott Waldrip is a can-
didacy for the Democratic
nomination for Washing-
ton County Commission,
District 4.
"The priorities of some
members of the County
Commission have become
disconnected from the real
priorities and needs of the
people of Washington
County. Their priorities
have sometimes focused
on the agendas of special
interest groups. This has
diverted attention away
from the real issues that


Marsha Hayes is a can-
didate for the Democratic
nomination for County
Commission District 2.
Hayes is a lifelong
resident of Washington
County with a bachelor's
degree in business admin-
istration. She is a Florida
certified general contrac-
tor, a Florida real estate
broker and a successful
business owner with Ar-
row Consulting Services
and HHH & Company.
Hayes noted that "eco-
nomic development is a
must" if the county is to
grow. She said the county
has a very diverse econo-
my that has access to oth-
er areas via Interstate 10,
the railroad and the Port
of Panama City.


Bryant Sewell is non-
party-affiliated candidate
for District 4 county com-
missioner.
Sewell said the three
most important issues
were better roads, more
business development and
better jobs.
"We need more busi-
ness in Washington Coun-
ty," Sewell said, "more
jobs, places where our
children can go. They can
have a good time without
going to Dothan, AL or
Panama City. They can do
it right here."


Joel Pate is the incum-
bent Republican District
2 County Commissioner.
He is in his first term
and has already served as
chairman of the Board of
County Commissioners.
Pate is also the treasurer
of the Florida Republican
Party and is a state com-
mitteeman.
He is unopposed for
the Republican nomina-
tion. Pate is retired from
the Florida Department
of Transportation and is
owner of Pate Farms and
co-owner of Chipley Flo-
rist.
Pate said his business
experience and service
with Florida Department
of Transportation made
him qualified to handle
the "tough job" of com-
missioner.
"I was a Democrat for
many, many years and a
very conservative Demo-
crat," he said. "I woke up
one morning and found
that the Democratic Party


had moved away from
me.
"I believe in less gov-
ernment, lower taxes and
being accountable, and I
think we are short on that
in this county but we can
make it happen."


Albert Davis


Albert Davis previ-
ously served as District
2 county commissioner
and is unopposed for the
Democratic nomination.
Davis said that when
he previously served as
commissioner, he made


many successful achieve-
ments that continue to
benefit Washington Coun-
ty. He said his goals re-
main to move forward by
developing smart, deci-
sive and economical long-
term plans that will meet
the needs of Washington
County:
*He will be available
for open communica-
tions. He will see that the
taxpayer's money is spent
wisely.
*He will work to assure
the individual rights of the
residents are protected.
*He will provide hon-
est, tough leadership that
resolves the issues as they
arise, with solutions being
in the best interest of the
people.
*He will insist on trans-
parency on how and what
projects are funded in and
where the money is spent.
*He pledges that all de-
cisions made, as District
2 commissioner, will be
public record.


I Keep experienced leadership I


Joel Pate


* School Board Chairman and Vice Chairman 0M
* Six-Time Master Board Recipient
* Three-Time Legislative Liaison
* Mentor for Take Stock in Children
* Instructor for Junior Achievement Class
* Served on the Advisory Board of Washington-Holmes Technical Center






Washington County S B st rict /


RE-ELECT


EDDY


HOLMAN
For
COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
District 4
Experience You Can Count On!
PHONE: 638-7317 EMAIL: EddyHolman8@yahoo.com
Political advertisement paid for and approved by Eddy Holman, Republican, for County Commissioner, District 4




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