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STATE RELEASES COUNTY SCHOOL GRADES


PHOTO COURTESY CHIPLEY KIWANIS CLUB
Kate M. Smith Elementary School earned an A this year. Shown receiving Kiwanis
recognition for their work is Ms. Grissett's Class including (alphabetical order)
Damontarius Boulton, Kaylee Brooks, Coby Clark, Amari Carswell, Grace Causey,
Rashaun Daughtry, Laura Gage, Jade Garvin, Dylan Hood, Hannah Hailes, Eliah
Hooks, Traci Jordan, Laura Meadows, Hannah Patton, Hannah Pettinelli, Christian Seay,
Gage White and Kenyon Washington.



Earning the grade


Washington schools score well this year


By Steve Liner
Managing Editor
sliner@chipleypaper.com
Even though high school
scores are still pending release
by the Florida Department of
Education (DOE), it is clear
Washington County Schools
scored fairly well for Academic
Year 2010-2011.
Individual school scores
were released June 30 by DOE
with both Kate M. Smith El-
ementary and Vernon Leon
Elementary schools receiving
overall grades of "A". Washing-
ton County was given an overall
score of "B" for the Academic
Year, DOE records show.
In writing, where testing
was made more stringent by
state standards, countywide
scores showed that 91 percent
of Washington County elemen-
tary students scored at grade
level or above.


In the same report, Roulhac
Middle School was given a "B"
grade, while Vernon Middle
School was graded "C".
Statewide, even with an
increase in writing standards
this year, the grades of Flori-
da's public elementary, middle
and non-high school combina-
tion schools remained rela-
tively stable according to the
2011 school grades results re-
leased last week As a result,
more than three-quarters of
these schools continue to be
high performing (receiving ei-
ther an "A" or "B"). Some posi-
tive exceptions to this stability
include gains in the number
of elementary schools graded
"A" (82 additional "A" schools)
and a reduction of 13 schools
graded "F" (44 in 2009-10 to 31
in 2010-11).
"Our teachers, principals
and school district leaders de-
serve tremendous credit this


year for answering the call
of higher standards with re-
sounding success," said Edu-
cation Commissioner John L.
Winn. "Over the last decade
we have continued to raise the
achievement bar to ensure our
students are learning the skills
they need to be successful in
today's economy, and every
time that bar has been raised
our schools have redoubled
their efforts to the direct ben-
efit of children."
Of Florida's 2,547 graded
elementary, middle and non-
high-school combination public
schools earning "A" through
"F" grades this year 1,481, or 58
percent, earned an "A" (an in-
crease of 82 schools compared
to last year), 458, or 18 percent,
earned a "B" (a decrease of
33 schools), 460, or 18 percent,
earned a "C" (a decrease of 35
See GRADE A2


Rabies outbreak strikes Holmes County


Special to the News
The Holmes County Health
Department has issued a Ra-
bies Advisory for two areas in
the county. The first is in the
southwest part of the county in
the vicinity of Oak Grove Road
and U.S. Highway 90, east of
Ponce de Leon. The second is
in the northeast of the county on
Bush Road, east of the town of
Noma. Health officials are urg-


ing residents to avoid all contact
with high-risk stray and wild ani-
mals including raccoons, foxes,
skunks and bats.
Rabies is a viral disease af-
fecting the central nervous
system that usually results in
death.
Rabies can be prevented but
not cured. All warm-blooded
animals, including humans, are
able to contract rabies. Rabies is
almost always contracted by ex-


posure to a rabid animal.
Exposure can come through
a bite, scratches or saliva from
the animal coming in contact
with broken skin of another ani-
mal or a human.
To avoid the risk of exposure
to rabid animals, HCHD recom-
mends that the following guide-
lines be followed:
*Do not feed wild or stray
See RABIES A2


Chipley


extends burn


ban provisions

Staff report
The City of Chipley last week issued
a burn ban within the city limits. Later,
the city revisited the issue, announcing
the restriction will be in place "until
further notice" as a result of continuing
drought conditions.
Under provisions of the ban, the use
and sale of all types of fireworks (spar-
klers, flares, any type of explosives) are
included. This makes the use of even
legally obtained fireworks.
"This burn ban is due to the ex-
treme dry condition that has increased
the fire level hazard," the city said in
making its original announcement.
"There are 377 wild land fires burning
across the state today involving 115,200
acres."
The burn ban prohibits campfires
and all open burning, excluding at-
tended and monitored barbeque and
cooking equipment. The burn ban also
prohibits the use, ignition or discharge
of any type of explosive compounds,
fireworks, flares or sparklers. Any in-
dividual violating the burn ban could
face fines not to exceed $500 and up to
60 days in jail.
"We strongly rely on our commu-
nity to help us prevent dangerous wild
land fires from starting," the statement
said. "Your efforts will help protect the
lives and property of all citizens and
visitors."
The recent announcement was
designed to constitute the added
notice.


Hy Temp opens

store in Bonifay

By Steve Liner
Managing Editor
sliner@chipleypaper.com
The new Hy Temp store just out-
side of downtown Bonifay is a gleam-
ing storefront, but it symbolizes
more: South Alabama Gas opening
the gateway to a major expansion
into the Florida Panhandle.
As the ribbon was cut last Fri-
day on the new Bonifay store, Mark
See HY TEMP A8


Cozzie charged in

sexual assault, murder

of Georgia teen
By Angel McCurdy
Florida Freedom Newspapers
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS A Walton Coun-
ty grand jury has indicted Steven
Cozzie for first-degree premeditated
murder in the death of a 15-year-old
girl last month.
The grand jury on
Friday also indicted
Cozzie for aggravated
child abuse, armed
kidnapping and sex-
ual battery, accord-
ing to a news release
from the State Attor- STEVEN
ney's Office. COZZIE
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Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Arrest REPORT


6/20 6/27/2011

Shawana Brown,
20, Deliniak Springs,
possession of marijuana
less than 20 grams
Carla Bush, 45,
Milton, introduction of
contraband into a state
facility, possession of
meth
Jason Carroll, 32,
Caryville, Bay County
warrant for defrauding an
inn keeper


Autumn Crews, 20,
Glen St. Mary, battery
Jessica Davis, 19,
Bonifay, violation of state
probation on burglary and
felony battery
Kenneth Davis, 57,
Chipley, resist officer
without violence
John Dodson, 56,
Panama City, driving
under the influence,
refuse to submit to driving
under the influence test
Prince Douglas, 21,
Chipley, driving while


license suspended or
revoked
Thomas Fleming,
49, Chipley, violation
of county probation of
driving while license
suspended or revoked
Sandra Foxworth, 45,
Chipley, violation of state
probation on battery and
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon
Jeffery Hagan, 28,
Chipley, possession of
marijuana less than 20
grams, possession of


controlled substance
without a prescription
Nicholas Holmes, 20,
Vernon, possession of
marijuana with intent
Dana Johnson, 42,
Chipley, possession of
paraphernalia, possession
of marijuana less than 20
grams
Nathaniel Johnson,
23, Panama City, driving
while license suspended
or revoked
Kayla Long, 19, Vernon,
possession of marijuana


with intent
Linda Marble, 24,
Bonifay, battery
Michael Massino, 35,
Gulf Breeze, possession
of marijuana less than
20 grams, possession of
a controlled substance
without a prescription
Michael McGowin,
33, DeF niak Springs,
Bay County warrant for
aggravated stalking,
aggravated assault,
battery, trespassing,
criminal mischief


David McKinney, 40,
Chipley, battery
Bobbi Noss, 41,
Cottondale, possession of
paraphernalia, possession
of controlled substance
without a prescription
Nelson Rowley, 59,
Freeport, theft, disorderly
conduct, criminal mischief
James Sweet Jr., 43,
Chipley, possession of
controlled substance
without a prescription
Nicholas Veloqui, 31,
Vernon, simple assault


GRADE from page Al


schools), 117, or 5 percent,
earned a "D" (an increase
of 16 schools) and 31, or 1
percent, earned an "F" (a
decrease of 13 schools).
The Florida School
Recognition Program re-
wards schools that have
sustained high student
performance or demon-


strated substantial im-
provement in student per-
formance. Schools that
receive an "A," or improve
at least one performance
grade from the previous
year, are eligible to earn
an additional $70 per stu-
dent. The School Recog-
nition Program has had a


positive effect on schools
maintaining and improv-
ing grades. In 2011, 1,146
schools maintained their
"A," 23 schools that were
not graded last year
earned an "A," 312 schools
improved to an "A" and
187 schools improved to a
grade other than an "A."


COZZIE from page Al


The indictment was
handed down for the stran-
gulation and beating death
of Courtney Wilkes of Ly-
ons, Ga., on June 16 in Sea-
grove Beach.
State Attorney Bill Ed-
dins said the sexual bat-
tery charge "stems from
activities that occurred at
or around the time of the
murder."
Cozzie, 22, of Seagrove
Beach, was arrested June
17 after Wilkes' body was
found in a wooded area off
the Cassine Nature Trail.
Wilkes was vacationing
with her family at a nearby
condominium.
According to Cozzie's
arrest report, he hit her in


the head with a stick and termine what sentence
later took a friend to see they will seek.


the body.
According to Eddins,
Wilkes' autopsy is complete
and most of the results
have been obtained. How-
ever, he said some tests are
pending and until they are
completed no specific in-
formation will be released.
"It's not appropriate to
talk about the results be-
cause it is a pending case,"
Eddins said.
Death penalty decision
The next step for pros-
ecutors will be to decide
whether to seek the death
penalty for Cozzie. They
were continuing to gather
information Friday to de-


Cozzie is being held
without bond at the Walton
County Jail. His plea day is
scheduled for July 19.
Eddins said it could
take a year or two for the
case to come to trial. He
said Cozzie's attorney can
obtain the list of witnesses
and any other informa-
tion collected by the pros-
ecution for the discovery
process.
Assistant State Attor-
ney Bobby Elmore will rep-
resent the state and public
defender Lenny Platter-
borze will represent Cozzie.
Circuit Judge Kelvin Wells
will preside at the trial.


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By Steve Liner
Managing Editor
sliner@chipleypaper.com
Earlier in the spring, the
Washington Holmes County
Technical Center (WHTC)
Foundation sent out an SOS
to its members: The founda-
tion was in danger of failing
to raise its matching funds
for a statewide consortium
of education foundations
with the result that WHTC
students in need of tuition
assistance would not be
helped.
In response, foundation
members and contributors
swung into action, making
added contributions and
recruiting other local busi-
nesses to donate.
As a result, the founda-
tion surpassed their annual
goal.


Last week, members of
the foundation were called
together to celebrate the
victory and more than
$13,000 scholarships given
to 33 students who other-
wise would be unable to at-
tend WHTC.
"You let me be here with
confidence and indepen-
dence," said Tonya Sweet-
ing, a drafting student who
took third place in statewide
competition.
At the luncheon, the
members elected offi-
cers for the coming year.
Elected were Bert Roberts,
chairman; Bill Howell, vice
chairman; John Doughtery,
treasurer; Martha Comp-
ton, secretary; and Ken
Stoutemire, Wayne Saun-
ders, Zenna Corbin, Jim
Town and Vickie Williams,
directors.


RABIES from page Al
animals.
*Pet food should not be left outside.
*Secure trash receptacles to avoid at-
tracting wild or stray animals.
*Teach children never to handle unfamil-
iar animals, either wild or domestic, even if
they appear friendly.
*Never adopt wild animals or bring them
into your home.
*Do not try to nurse sick animals to
health.
Persons who have had physical contact
with a suspicious animal should do the
following:


Foundation Award re-
cipients were Pam Cates,
Andy and Martha Comp-
ton, Cypress Creek Wood,
John and Rebecca Dough-
erty, Elite Realty, Terry
and Paula Ellis, Finch Fire
and Water, Josephine-Rob-
inson Floyd, Gloria's, Gene
and Stephanie Halley,
Howard and Brenda Har-
ris, Sallie Johnson, King's
Drugs, Fred Lavender,
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital, Optimist
Club, Colby Peel, Peoples
Bank, Ralph and Marlene
Ray, Bert and Susan Rob-
erts, Wayne and Carolyn
Saunders, Tyndall Credit
Union, Valencia Jewelers,
Wal-Mart, Paula Waller,
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce, Price
Wilson, Lyle Young and
Ernie and Gwen Zorn.


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and water to decrease the chances of
infection.
*Seek medical attention immediately for
post-exposure care and vaccine.
*Get a description of the animal that bit
or scratched you.

The health department is recommending
residents to report any suspicious behavior
in wild animals or stray animals to the Hol-
mes County Sheriff Department, 547-4421,
or Holmes County Health Department, 547-
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Tech Center Foundation celebrates funding success


By Steve Liner
Managing Editor
sliner@chipleypaper.com
Earlier in the spring,
the Washington Holmes
County Technical Center
(WHTC) Foundation sent
out an SOS to its mem-
bers: The foundation was
in danger of failing to raise
its matching funds for a
statewide consortium of
education foundations
with the result that WHTC
students in need of tuition
assistance would not be
helped.
In response, foundation
members and contributors
swung into action, making
added contributions and
recruiting other local busi-
nesses to donate.
As a result, the founda-
tion surpassed the annual
goal.
Last week, members of
the foundation were called
together to celebrate the
victory and more than


$13,000 scholarships given
to 33 students who other-
wise would be unable to
attend WHTC.
"You let me be here
with confidence and in-
dependence," said Tonya
Sweeting, a drafting stu-
dent who took third place
in statewide competition.
At the luncheon, the
members elected officers
for the coming year. Elect-
ed were Bert Roberts,
chairman; Bill Howell, vice
chairman; John Dough-
tery, treasurer; Martha
Compton, secretary; and
Ken Stoutemire, Wayne
Saunders, Zenna Corbin,
Jim Town and Vickie Wil-
liams, directors.
Trustees also were
selected. They are Jose-
phine Robinson-Floyd,
Terry Ellis, Ted Everett,
Bill Howell, Sallie John-
son, Colby Peel, Ralph
and Marlene Ray, Perry
and Hester Wells, Ernie
Zorn, Zenna Corbin, John


and Rebecca Doughtery,
Gene and Stephanie Hal-
ley, Fred Lavender, Sheila
Sanders, Wayne Saunders,
James Town, Paula Waller,
Price Wilson, Kim Wilson,
Vann Brock, Pam Cates,
Andy and Martha Comp-
ton, Joy Davis, Danny
Finch, Missy Finch, Dawn
Frost, Howard and Brenda
Harris, Patsy Parker, Glo-
ria Potts, Bert and Susan
Roberts, Pat Schlenker,
William Steverson, Luis
Valencia, Vickie Williams
and Lyle Young.
Recognized for her
work was Sheila Saunders
of Capital City Bank, who
was named Fundraiser of
the Year.
Winners of the Trust-
ee Award in addition to
Capital City Bank were
Community South Credit
Union, Corbin, Dawn Frost
and the Kiwanis of Chipley.
Chairman Awards were
given to Atkins, One South
Bank and Jim Town.


Foundation Award re-
cipients were Pam Cates,
Andy and Martha Comp-
ton, Cypress Creek Wood,
John and Rebecca Dough-
erty, Elite Realty, Terry
and Paula Ellis, Finch Fire
and Water, Josephine-Rob-
inson Floyd, Gloria's, Gene
and Stephanie Halley,
Howard and Brenda Har-
ris, Sallie Johnson, King's
Drugs, Fred Lavender,
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital, Optimist
Club, Colby Peel, Peoples
Bank, Ralph and Marlene
Ray, Bert and Susan Rob-
erts, Wayne and Carolyn
Saunders, Tyndall Credit
Union, Valencia Jewelers,
Walmart, Paula Waller,
Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce, Price
Wilson, Lyle Young and
Ernie and Gwen Zorn.
Other Contributor
awards went to the Bank
of Bonifay, Mary Hermann,
Janet Townsend and Perry
and Hester Wells.


Dothan man charged in

area thefts, vandalism


Special to the News
Within the past sev-
eral weeks, businesses
and churches in Jackson
County, Graceville, Chi-
pley and Marianna have
been victims of vandalism
and theft, according to a
statement released Fri-
day by the Chipley Police
Department.
On the early morning
hours of Thursday, June
30, a Graceville police of-
ficer was checking busi-
nesses in the strip mall on
Prim Avenue. The officer
observed a Jeep Grand
Cherokee with a Georgia
license plate behind the
businesses and called for
back-up while investigat-
ing further. The driver had
fled the area on foot. The
officer observed a central
air conditioning unit had
been dismantled.
Officers from the
Graceville Police Depart-
ment and deputies from
the Jackson County Sher-


iff's Office and Chipley Po-
lice Department respond-
ed. K-9 units from Jackson
Correctional Institution,
Holmes Correctional In-
stitution and Washington
Correctional Institution
arrived at the scene. Af-
ter tracking the suspect
a short distance, he was
captured in a wooded area
behind the mall. The sus-
pect was identified as Ben-
jamin Howard Chastain,
residing in Dothan, Ala.
With cooperation
from Chastain and fur-
ther investigations by the
Graceville Police Depart-
ment, Marianna Police
Department, Chipley Po-
lice Department and the
Jackson County Sheriff's
Office, several grand thefts
from local businesses and
churches were solved.
Chastain was placed
into the Jackson County
Correctional Facility
and charged with grand
theft. More charges are
pending.


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ODinion


Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Forget Ronald, now they're chewing on Sweet Tony


By Steve Liner
Managing Editor
sliner@chipleypaper.com

It just makes you wonder if
there isn't something else for the
federal government to do.
First, it was taking after
Ronald McDonald for subverting
the nutritional innocence of
American children.
Now, low and behold, they
want to get Tony the Tiger. And it
ain't GRRRREAT!
Listen, I know I wrote
humorously about Ronald
McDonald and suggested
Dancin' Broccoli instead. But
there is a limit.
I'm not saying it's Tony
the Tiger. Frankly, I think we
surpassed the limit long ago and
blundered into Absurdville.


I mean, we spent
millions no, literally
millions redesigning
the Food Pyramid.
Then we scrapped
that and spent millions
developing the plate.
What? Yes, true as STEVE
I draw breath, they Man
spent millions of our anag
Great Recession taxes
designing a plate.
Oh, they say, it's not just
any plate. Indeed not. It shows
caregivers (we can't say "Mom"
anymore because that would be
sexist and stereotyping of family
roles) what size the meat is
supposed to be and the veggies
and such on our dinner plates.
Far superior to the Food
Pyramid, right?
Wrong.


The very premise is
wrong.
To our government, we
have no minds of our own.
No personal will to wield.
We are mindless victims
of marketers. That's
SLINER why we need graphic,
Eoricky pictures of smokers'
ng Edir lungs adorning half of our
cigarette packs (I'll leave
that to another time, though).
Somewhere along the
line I missed the memo that
I'm supposed to follow the
commercials mindlessly and
just say "charge it" to all the
bad-for-me, creators-of-obesity
commercials that come my way.
See, I'm not savvy enough to
read the label and see if Tony's
level of sugar is too high for me
and my kids.


"Frosted Flakes," the little
puff balls whine at me in the
store. And, sure enough, I walk
as if hypnotized to the cashier
for the ringing up of a cereal
with limited nutritional value but
loads of refined cane sugar.
And, Lord help us all if I want
a bowl of Fruit Loops!
For two weeks I've been
biting my tongue about certain
congressional types walking
out of the debt ceiling meetings.
Truth is, we must not default on
our obligations.
But instead of getting busy
with the real, hard work of
hammering out a deal we all
need lest we become unable to
afford a bowl of Tony's flakes, we
get this from USDA.
It's enough to make a cactus
laugh!


So, here's what I propose:
lean down government of all the
programs and know-it-alls who
think they can protect me from
myself. Let's repeal the laws
and regulations that give teeth
to that effort and see how much
debt is left after that, shall we?
And, anyway, it could bring
an end to the Medicare reform
debate 'cause none of us can
be expected to live long enough
to cash in as we eat Frosted
Flakes and smoke ourselves into
early graves (not to mention not
eating the proper percentage of
veggies to go with our tasteless
cod cutlets as specified by the
Great USDA Plate).
It ain't a matter of political
party, it's all Tony's fault. So
maybe he isn't so GRRRREAT
after all!


Aunt Jenny eloped in May 1934


Last weeks
column on my
aunt, Jenny Wells
Hinson, was
inadvertently
aborted right in the
middle of the story
and the "prattler"
cannot find anyone


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PERRY'S
PRATTLE


to blame but Per
himself!! Steve
Liner, Managing Editor,
probably did wonder "why
is the judge ending this so
abruptly?"
Quoting an old adage,
"An honest confession is
good for the soul," any
shortcomings in last
week's article was strictly
my fault. Regard this as a
second of two writings on
aunt Jenny.
My aunt's marriage
to James Arthur Hinson
culminated after an
elopement from New
Effort Congregational
Church's historic


ry Wells


Mother's Day
Sing, which is
held the 2nd
Sunday in May.
Somehow, the
couple obtained
a marriage
license. County
judges in those
days did issue
many licenses


on weekends when the
parties came to their
homes. The long-time
and well loved rural mail
carrier of Route One,
Caryville, Franklin P
Evans, was the Hinson's
mailman. He was tracked
down and performed the
marriage ceremony on
Sunday, May 13, 1934.
A human interest
story reported in
conjunction with the
sudden decision to marry
required that the groom,
Arthur Hinson, provide
transportation back to


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Hinson Cross Roads for
those he had hauled to
the all day sing on his
father, J. Harvey Hinson's
school bus. Obviously,
the school bus was the
"get a way" vehicle for
the newly wed's quickly
arranged honeymoon.
The couple set up
house adjacent to the
groom's parents, thus
beginning their lives
together. Their modest
livelihood for most of
their 43 years of married
life came from farming
and peddling vegetables
from their farm and
seafood obtained in
Panama City.
Jenny and Arthur
moved to Columbus, Ga.,
in 1942 and worked in the
cotton mills industry for
several months.
Afterward, it was
"back to the farm" in
Washington County for
the young couple, with
Arthur going to work at
Wainwright Shipyard in
Panama City as World
War II continued to rage
on two fronts. Later in
their experiences, the two
ran a meat route for Ned
Brock, who owned and
operated a packing house
in the Vernon area. This
endeavor extended to
Quincy, Fla.
Three daughters,
Carolyn, Ruth and Angia,
were born to the Hinsons
during their first ten
years of marriage. Jenny
joined her husband as
a member of Pleasant
Grove Methodist Church


early in the marriage. The
family's faith and social
life centered around
Pleasant Grove Church.
Jenny played the piano
from shaped notes song
books and Arthur led the
singing.
Later in life, my aunt is
reported as giving advice
to an adult daughter when
she was disturbed over
some spiritual matter in
her life: "When you are
upset, go to your Bible,
your song book and the
piano." She continued:
"The song which helped
me most when I was
similarly upset was 'Be
Still My Soul'."
The young mother
generously applied her
sewing and needle work
skills to create garments
for her daughters and
nieces, designing her own
patterns and often using
feed sacks for fabrics.
She became a hair stylist
and often cut and styled
hair as well as giving
permanents to family and
friends.
She was an avid
reader, used correct
grammar and did not
hesitate to correct her
own daughters, nieces
and nephews when
improper word usage was
heard.
She enrolled in the
Florida Home Extension
Services and earned
college credits from The
University of Florida.
After the untimely
death of her husband,
Arthur, in 1967, my aunt


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Virginia Annie Jane Wells Hinson in 1975,
courtesy of Don McKinnon.


went to work at Sunland
Training Center in
Marianna as a Cottage
Parent, a job she had
a natural aptitude for.
She lived near her work
for the years spent in
Marianna.
In 1975, Parkinson
Disease, which had
overcome her, forced her
into retirement and she
returned to Washington
County. She purchased
a mobile home which
was set up next to her
youngest daughter, Angia,
in the Vernon area. Sam
Mitchell, Clark Rogers
and Tobe Russ are
fondly remembered by
the family for having the
new home placed and
adequately prepared for
immediate living by the
owner.
Aunt Jenny succumbed
to ravages of the medical
problems on May 18,
1990. These maladies
had curtailed her full
activities of life, although
she remained cheerful
and alert.
In addition to the
a funeral service by a
gospel minister, it was
this writers honor and
privilege to give the
eulogy to our departed
loved one, representing
the nieces and nephews
on the Wells and Hinson
sides of the family.
Wilton Kolmetz's
remembrances of aunt
Jenny were shared with
me to pass on to those in
attendance.
He recalled having our
aunt as a Sunday School
Teacher at church, who
taught him many valuable
scriptural lessons,


but also had her as a
neighbor, whom he saw
almost on a daily basis,
and benefitted from her
sound counsel on many
other facets of every day
living.
Betty Taunton Gates
also shared her loving
memories and her
appreciation for the
lessons learned from our
mutual aunt, which were
related to the extended
family and untold number
of friends.
Wilma Wells Stubbs
comments to me of aunt
Jenny were passed on in
my delivery.
She spoke of the
closeness and love she
had experienced with
aunt Jenny, especially
in her last years, when
the two became dear
friends in addition to
being cherished and loved
family member.
This gallant and noble,
Annie Virginia Jane Wells
Hinson, is interred beside
her faithful husband of
43 years in the Pleasant
Grove Methodist Church
Cemetery near Hinson
Cross Roads, the place
where they spent their
best years together in
song and worship to
God, an important and
meaningful experience in
both of their lives.
Next week, the writer
plans to write on the life
Pearl Bush McKinnon,,
a cousin of aunt Jenny's,
as well as a fellow high
school classmate and life
time friends. Their lives
have definite parallels al-
though one was in Florida
and the other in Alabama.
See you all next week.


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Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Local


Washington County News I AS


Officials urge water conservation


Special to the News

As drought conditions deepen
across the Panhandle, the North-
west Florida Water Management
District has urged all water users
to conserve water. A water short-
age warning order is in effect
because of declining ground and
surface water resources and in-
creased use because of drought.
Several surface water sites are
at or near record daily low flows,
and groundwater levels continue
to decline and are approaching
record lows.
"Everyone is urged to volun-
tarily reduce water use as much
a possible," said Douglas E.


Barr, district executive director.
"Extreme to exceptional drought
conditions exist across the dis-
trict's 16 counties, and monthly
rainfall totals have been below
normal for nine months."
The U.S. Drought Monitor
indicates extreme drought con-
ditions in counties east of the
Apalachicola River and in Gulf
County. Exceptional drought
conditions, the most intense
drought category, are indicated
in counties west of the Apala-
chicola River and northern parts
of Gadsden, Leon and Jefferson
counties.
The City of Crestview has is-
sued mandatory conservation


measures, enforcing a city ordi-
nance that requires residents to
water between 5 p.m. and 11 a.m.
and customers in odd-numbered
houses to water on odd-num-
bered calendar days and even-
numbered houses to water on
even-numbered days. Custom-
ers are given a verbal warning on
first violation followed by a fine
on any additional violation.
Auburn Water System and
Gulf Breeze Water Department
have implemented voluntary
conservation measures, ask-
ing customers to water every
other day and not in the heat of
the day. In Gulf Breeze, conser-
vations measures apply only to


reclaimed wastewater that is
delivered for outdoor irrigation.
Also, pond levels are supple-
mented by district-permitted
groundwater.
Elsewhere in the district,
water utilities have encouraged
conservation measured but are
reporting no problems because
drought. For example, the City of
Fort Walton Beach and Okaloosa
County Water and Sewer have
encouraged coastal customers to
irrigate with shallow wells from
the sand-and-gravel-aquifer that
is not used as a public supply
source.
"Should the drought continue,
we urge people to voluntarily


reduce water consumption and
maximize conservation," Barr
said.
Residents and businesses not
under local utility restrictions are
urged to follow these guidelines:
Limit outdoor watering to
no more than two days per week;
water only during law evapora-
tion hours of 5 p.m. and 10 a.m.
Limit hours of golf course
irrigation.
Reduce recreation if it re-
quires pumping, diverting or oth-
erwise using water supply, such
as filling duck ponds.
Discontinue aesthetic uses
of water that are primarily deco-
rative (such as fountains).


Bed, Bath and Beyond relocating


By Chris Segal
Florida Freedom Newspapers

PANAMA CITY Bed, Bath
& Beyond will relocate from
the store's current location
on 23rd Street to the Pana-
ma City Mall.
Also opening in the mall
this fall will be two other
stores, America's Best
Contacts & Eyeglasses and
Encore, a division of the
Shoe Show Inc., according
to CBL& Associates Prop-
erties, Inc., which owns and
manages the mall.
"Bed Bath & Beyond
strives to always put our
best foot forward for our
customers," wrote Rachael
Risinger, a company public
relations manager in an
email. "In order to provide
a 'fresh face' and enhanced
shopping experience, we
chose to relocate to the
store versus doing an open
store renovation and risk
disrupting our customers
shopping experience."
Risinger said the com-
pany did not have any in-
formation on what might
happen to the store's cur-
rent location when the new


store opens.
The Panama City Mall
management is enthusi-
astic about the impact the
new stores will have on
customers' shopping expe-
rience and the mall.
"It's a great economic
impact to the mall to get
these national retailers to
our shoppers," said Chris
Ware, the Panama City
Mall general manager. "We
are excited about them."
Bed Bath & Beyond is
a chain of more than 1,000
stores nationwide that pro-
vide domestic merchan-
dise and home furnishings.
The new 23,000 square-foot
store will be at the front of
the mall.
Encore is a larger ver-
sion of the parent compa-
ny's stores and offers a
wider variety of shoes and
a variety of price. The Shoe
Show is the nation's largest
independent shoe store with
1,113 locations in 36 states.
The final new addition
to the mall will be at the
Shoppes at Panama City,
the center at the rear of the
mall where the Best Buy
is located. America's Best


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Bed, Bath and Beyond is one new store being added
to Panama City Mall.


Contacts & Eyeglasses will
open and offer eyeglasses,
frames, contact lenses and
accessories. The new store
will also offer eye exams by
a professional optometrist.
America's Best Contacts &
Eyeglasses operates 300
optical stores across the
country.
"We are committed to
continually improving the
shopping experience at
Panama City Mall by bring-
ing shoppers in the Florida


Panhandle the best in
today's retail names, and
these new stores deliver
on that commitment," said
Ware, in a news release.
The Panama City Mall
is owned and managed by
CBL & Associates Proper-
ties, Inc. of Chattanooga,
Tenn. The Panama City
Mall houses more than 100
stores and eateries and is
anchored by Dillards, JC
Penny and Sears depart-
ment stores.


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Partners for Pets recognizes All State Insurance


By Cecilia Spears
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cpears@chipleypaper.com

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wanted to recognize the
All State Insurance com-
pany in Bonifay for help-
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about of money on our
non-profit organization,"
said Director of Partners
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not have made it in these
harsh economic condi-
tions, but with all the


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concentrate more on
the animals in our care;
for better shelter, more
food and more spay and
neutering."
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Outdoors

If you're looking for a place
to fish during the holiday
weekend and don't want
to dodge boats, one of my
favorite spots is St. Joe Bay.
It is large and doesn't have a
bottleneck pass like the one in
St. Andrews.
St. Joe Bay has a pass
about two miles wide and the
current doesn't come boiling
through like St. Andrews pass.
St. Joe Bay is a large body
of water running north and
south and more
: than three
Smiles wide from
shore to shore
running east to
west.
The only
bad part about
Scott Lindsey fishing there is
OutdoorWrter the scalloping
S ... currently going
on. All the boat
ramps will be full and this bay
doesn't have an abundance
of them. The first ramps you
will encounter east of Panama
City are in Mexico Beach. If
you want to have a place to
park I would advise you not
sleep late.
If you are going toward the
cape an obstacle to watch out
for is the amount of water you
will have to cross to get there.
When the wind gets up in the
middle of the day it can get
pretty rough between the cape
and Mexico Beach.
The best boat ramp
moneywise is in downtown
Port St. Joe because it is free.
Down the road is Presnells
landing which will entice
every hard core scalloper
from Georgia to Tennessee.
The best bet might be Eagle
Harbor landing on the west
shore of the bay. The state
park there has a good landing
and plenty of parking and you
can start speckled trout fishing
immediately after you launch.
St. Joe Bay has the most
diverse sea life in this part
of Florida. It is possible to
catch everything from tarpon,
speckled trout and redfish to a
variety of sharks.
If you want to slip away
from everyone fishing
freshwater, I would head to
the Apalachicola River. It
should be clear enough to fish
because with its size local
rains don't easily stain it. In
the head waters of Brothers
River always is a favorite with
bream fishermen.
Lake Wimico should offer
good stringers of bream and
bass, but you have to be a tough
customer to stay on this lake
after 10 a.m. There is no shade
unless you go up into one of the
creeks that feed the lake.
Expect a lot of company
if you head for your favorite
snapper hole. The Gulf is
swarming with people who
don't have a clue where to fish,
and when they see another
boat in one place for more
than 10 minutes automatically
think you are catching some
fish.


White marlin
are one of the
billfish present
in offshore
waters of the
Panhandle. Blue
water fishing is
prime from May
through October.
A yellowfin tuna
comes over the
rail. Tuna upto
150 pounds show
up in big schools
offshore in the
Gulf of Mexico
throughout the
summer.
SID RICE I Contributed photos






Offshore big game action marks Panhandle summers

Offshore big game action marks Panhandle summers


By Frank Sargeant
franksargeant@bellsouth.net
In the dreams of every angler, there
leaps a 1,000-pound blue marlin.
For most of us, that will remain
a dream. But for those fortunate
enough to finance an offshore trip in
Florida's Panhandle waters anytime
between May and October, it's always a
possibility.
We know because Capt. Tom
Browning and crew, fishing out of
Destin, proved it few years back with
a monster billfish that scaled 1,046
pounds. While that blue remains the
biggest ever for Florida, several fish in
the 700-pound range have been caught
since.
The offshore fish are what biologists
call "pelagics" or ocean roamers. They
ride the Gulf Loop Current out of the
Caribbean in May, stay in the DeSoto
Canyon and off the Mississippi Delta
through the summer, and complete the
loop in fall as water temperatures start
to fall back into the 70s offshore.
In addition to the blue marlin, there
are white marlin, sailfish, wahoo,
yellowfin tuna and dolphin in the mix,
as well as swordfish mostly caught
at night by specialists all marking
Panhandle waters as some of the best
big game fishing territory in the nation.
The fishmin bemins 11about ll miles
ttshorel mltost ot the time, around the
luu-fathom n bOin-fotot curve. Basically ;


clear blue of offshore water. The edge
where it meets the green inshore water
often is a great spot to start trolling for
weedline species such as dolphin.
The fishing areas are well-known
despite being so far from land; the
Elbow, the Spur, the Nipple, the
Steps and the Squiggles all are part
of the lexicon of offshore skippers,
each named for unique bottom
characteristics.
Needless to say, this is not small
boat country. Most experienced
offshore anglers consider a 35-
footer the minimum for safety. Twin
engines are a must, as are satellite
communications gear and a life raft.
Since very few of us can afford boats
of that size and equipage, charters are
the way to go for most. Fortunately,
Panhandle ports have plenty of options,
with Destin one of the most active
bluewater towns in the nation.
It is not cheap to go blue water
fishing. Because of the staggering
costs of fuel, charter fees typically are
$1,200 to $1,500 per day. On top of which
you generally are expected to tip the
crew 10 to 15 percent.
The cost of a day's charter can be
split by up to six anglers on most boats.
That cuts the tally back to a reasonable
level for those who can stand to share
"chair time," or hours spent actually
sittLin in the fiehtnle clhair and \\aitine
for the strike.
Rdllfishino is a onam rifnnatienoep


spend only a single day chasing marlin
or sails will be disappointed. However,
if you can be satisfied with 100-pound
yellowfin tuna, 50-pound wahoo and
40-pound dolphin all highly edible
creatures -you're likely to feel richly
rewarded for the offshore adventure.
Getting far offshore is a treat
in itself. You may see a school
of hundreds of oceanic dolphin
driving tuna, or sit on the bowsprit
and watch these black-and-white
mammals play in the bow wake just a
few feet below.
You might see a whale shark
lazing along at the surface, sucking
in hundreds of gallons of plankton
at each gulp. Flying fish sail away
like transparent butterflies. And just
looking into water so clear that you can
see a 100 feet straight down is a treat
for landlubbers.
If you do luck into a marlin, don't
expect to tie it to the roof of the station
wagon for the trip home. Billfish
usually are released after a few
photographs. They are scarce, mostly
due to incidental commercial long-line
kills and highly valued by the charter
skippers who depend on them as the
poster children of their advertising.
One of the best online sources
for info on blue water fishing in the
Panhandle is Capt. John Holley's site,
\\Aa catchlbimarlin comn There are
numerous other skippers at Paianandle


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Matt
Andrews
of Lynn
Haven
caught
a red
grouper
ona
fishing
trip for
his 22nd
birthday.


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David
Deaton
brought
inan
18-pound
red
snapper
ona
June25
trip on
brother
Mark's
boat.


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Horne shoulders the burden


Marianna grad still

pushing forward
despite injuries

By Bard Milner
Florida Freedom Newspapers
TRENTON, N.J. Minor league
pitcher Alan Horne has faced so
much adversity that some day a
surgical procedure might be com-
memorated in his name.
The easiest thing for Horne
would have been to give up on a
professional baseball career that
has spanned six years. Much of
that time was spent recovering
from multiple surgeries.
Even before then, Horne dealt
with Tommy John surgery -
known for the first pitcher to have
a ligament in the elbow replaced
by a tendon from another part of
the body while in college before
making a triumphant comeback.
Each arm misery, more trying
than the last, has chiseled another
notch in Home's resolve. Rather
than walk away, Horne moved for-
ward each time in the hopes of re-
capturing a promising future as a
right-handed pitcher.
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound Horne
took the mound June 22 for Tren-
ton, N.J., the Double-A farm club
of the New York Yankees. It was
his first live game since 2009, when
he made 14 appearances on three
levels until sidelined with shoulder
trouble.
His outing wasn't memorable,
as he walked five and gave up four
runs without recording an out. Yet
somehow it served as a measuring
stick and a baby step in the right
direction.
"I would call it more excited
than nervous. Rehab is a tough


thing on somebody,
and I've basically
been doing it since the
beginning of 2008,"
Horne said. "It's nice
to get out and com-
pete again, throw
some real games that
have some meaning
to them because it's
so hard to get your-
self up for (extended)
spring training games
and on the lower lev-
els considering where
I was when this all
started."
Horne believed he
was on the verge of ALAN
a breakthrough when
his most recent reconstruction
took place in 2008. He was 12-4 the
previous season at Trenton with
165 strikeouts and 57 walks in 153
1/3 innings. He opened 2008 at Tri-
ple-A and had reason to anticipate
that a productive half-summer
possibly would generate a call-up
from the Yankees.
Instead he struggled with his
command and was 2-3 in eight
starts. After a stint on the dis-
abled list and a rough rehab start,
Horne was back on the operating
table.
The Yankees shut him down in
2009 when his right shoulder pain
worsened following his surgery a
year earlier.
"I was still having some issues
toward the end of the year," Horne
said. "We hoped shutting me down
would do it good."
It didn't. In 2010, an MRI re-
vealed that Horne had torn 80
percent of his rotator cuff. After
a consultation with Dr. James An-
drews, it was decided that another
surgery, considering the extent of
his damage, could be perilous to
Home's career.


Horneagreedonan
alternative treatment
plan called platelet-
rich plasma therapy.
The innovative treat-
ment involved taking
a sample of Home's
blood that was put
into a centrifuge to
S separate the healing
platelets. Horne un-
derwent six weeks of
PRP injections, but
the pain persisted.
"I started throw-
ing again and felt
really miserable,"
Horne said. "We fig-
HORNE ured the injections
didn't work."
Surgery was scheduled and
Horne expected the worst. How-
ever, Andrews discovered that the
rotator cuff was almost completely
healed. The problem was a hook-
shaped bone spur on Home's col-
larbone that had ripped a hole
through the cuff to his bursa sac.
The spur was removed, and
Horne resumed throwing without
pain. He ramped up his extended
spring training schedule this sea-
son, with longer outings over the
past month gearing toward a re-
turn to Trenton.
"I've started to feel normal
pitching soreness," Horne said.
"It doesn't feel like I've had two
surgeries. I had six outings in
extended spring. My last I threw
76 pitches and am really getting
stretched out where I need to
be."
Horne maintains hope that in
a few years he can be pitching in
the major leagues. At 28, he's long
past the age of top prospects, but
his resolve has been strengthened
by challenges that would have
sidetracked the dreams of many
less determined.


Panhandle Conference pitchers

get mixed results on season


By Brad Milner
Florida Freedom Newspapers
This season has brought
mixed results to three for-
mer Panhandle Conference
pitchers.
Former Chipola College
pitcher Patrick Corbin is
finding his footing after a
rough start to the year. Fel-
low Indians' prospect Ryan
Chaffee, is finding it diffi-
cult to escape a slump. And
Former Gulf Coast State
College left-hander Cam
Greathouse is fighting con-
trol issues.
Corbin has won his last
four decisions after start-
ing 2-2 for Double-A Mobile,
Ala., in the Arizona Dia-
mondbacks' organization.
The streak of good fortune
came after he gave up 13 hits
and nine runs in five innings
pitched in a loss May 19. He
has been in command since
the sluggish performance.
The 6-foot-3, 165-pound
left-hander has given up 17
hits in the four straight wins,
with each outing lasting at
least 5 2/3 innings. He tossed
a season-high eight innings
against Birmingham, Ala.,
on June 23. He has 30 strike-
outs and five walks in the
four-game spurt.
Chaffee is nearly at a 2:1
strikeout-to-walk ratio but
has been hit hard this sea-
son and hasn't been able to
stop the tide of defeat. He
has given up 60 hits in 52 1/3
innings for Single-A Inland
Empire, located in San Ber-
nardino, Calif.
The 6-2, 195-pound righty
has a 7.05 ERA and a 1-7
record with losses in seven


straight decisions. Oppo-
nents are hitting .275 off of
him for the season and .293
against in his last 10 appear-
ances for the Los Angeles
Angels of Anaheim minor-
league team.
Greathouse's record is
better, 4-4, for Single-A Peo-
ria, Ill., of the Chicago Cubs'
farm system, but he hasn't
been able to hold down his
walks. He has 49 walks to
48 strikeouts in 11 appear-
ances, all starts. The 6-2,
230-pounder is holding oppo-
nents to a .200 average with
one or fewer hits in four of
his last eight outings.
On the way back: For-
mer Marianna High School
standout Alan Horne is
slowly making his way back
from multiple shoulder sur-
geries. The 6-4, 195-pound
righty hasn't pitched in a
professional game since
2009. He is entering his sev-
enth season in the New York
Yankees' organization.
Horne is in extended
spring training to rehabili-
tate his shoulder and gain
arm strength. He has made
several starts, most last-
ing two or three innings.
The Lower Hudson Journal
News reported Horne had
a hook-shaped bone spur
removed from his shoulder
during the second proce-
dure that was causing more
tearing.
Waiting game: Short-sea-
son teams begin play later
this month. Among those
waiting for first at-bats on
the Rookie League level in-
clude former Chipola stars
Andy Fermin, Trey Manz
and Dayne Read.


FIRST PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

The City of Vernon is considering applying to the Florida Department
of Community Affairs (DCA) for a Small Cities Community Development
Block Grant (CDBG) of up to Six Hundred Thousand Dollars ($600,000.00).
These funds must be used for one of the following purposes:

1. To benefit low and moderate income persons;
2. To aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or
3. To meet other community development needs of recent origin
having a particular urgency because existing conditions pose a
serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community
and where other financial resources are not available to meet such
needs.

The categories of activities for which these funds may be used are in the
areas of housing, neighborhood revitalization, commercial revitalization,
or economic development and include such improvement activities as
acquisition of real property, loans to private-for-profit business, purchase
of machinery and equipment, construction of infrastructure, rehabilitation
of houses and commercial buildings, and energy conservation. Additional
information regarding the range of activities that may be undertaken will
be provided at the public hearing. For each activity that is proposed, at
least 70% of the funds must benefit low and moderate income persons.

In developing an application for submission to DCA, the City of Vernon
must plan to minimize displacement of persons as a result of planned
CDBG activities. In addition, the City of Vernon is required to develop a
plan to assist displaced persons.

A public hearing to receive citizen views concerning the community's
economic and community development needs will be held on Monday,
July 11, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible at the City
of Vernon City Hall located at 2808 Yellow Jacket Drive, Vernon, Florida.
For information concerning the public hearing contact: Ms. Sharon
Cobb, City Clerk, City of Vernon, (850) 535-2444.

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

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Burgess, South Alabama's
chief executive officer,
beamed in the background,
preferring to give all the at-
tention to his new Florida


employees under the lead-
ership of Area Operations
Supervisory Cindy Myers.
The ribbon cutting put
the cap on a South Alabama


expansion that saw the pur-
chase of Crutchfield Gas
in Graceville, Hy Temp in
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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

The Washington County Board of County Commissioners will
be holding a Public Hearing on Thursday, July 28, 2011 to
review and discuss an amendment to Washington County's
Flood Plain Management Ordinance (Ord. No. 2006 1). The
Public Hearing will be held at the Ebro Town Hall, 6629 Dog
Track Road, Ebro, Florida, at 5:00 p.m. A copy of the proposed
amendment to Ord. No. 2006 1 is posted on the County's
Webpage, or can be viewed at the Planning Department
Office at the County Annex Building, 1331 South Boulevard,
Chipley, Florida.

If you have any questions, please contact Michael DeRuntz,
Senior Planner, at 850-415-5093 or mderuntz(washingtonfl.
com.

Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities
Act, any person requiring special accommodations to
participate in these meetings is asked to advise the County at
850-638-6200 at least 48 hours before the meeting. "If any
person decides to appeal any decision made by the board,
agency, or commission, with respect to any matter considered
at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of
the proceedings, and that for such purpose, he or she may
need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is based." FS 286.0105


sion in Blountstown com-
pletes the deal, at least for
the moment.
"This is a great market
and a great new store,"
Burgess said at the grand
opening in Bonifay. Clear-
ly, Burgess is pleased
with the acquisitions, ex-
tending his stay through
Saturday to enjoy what
he was sure would be a
big weekend for the new


storefront and Hy Temp.
"We want to be good
citizens of this commu-
nity," he said, promising
Hy Temp would maintain
a high level of visibility in
its new home in Bonifay
and throughout the Cen-
tral Florida Panhandle.
South Alabama Gas is
a quasi-public company
with a board of directors
to whom Burgess reports.


The Florida expansion, he
said, is part of a broader
plan for the company's
growth and success.
The store established
in Bonifay is a full-ser-
vice facility, offering a
full range of appliances
as well as serving as
headquarters for Holmes
County operations that
also include HVAC repair
and service.


FAIR HOUSING


WORKSHOP

The City of Vernon is a fair housing advocate.
The City is holding a workshop to explain the
Fair Housing Ordinance for all of the protected
classes (race, color, familial status, handicap,
national origin, religion and sex). The public is
invited to attend.


The workshop is scheduled for Monday, July
11, 2011 at 6:45 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as possible at the City of Vernon City Hall at
2808 Yellow Jacket Drive, Vernon, Florida.
Any handicapped, visually or hearing impaired
person or non-English speaking person needing
special assistance at the meeting should
contact Ms. Sharon Cobb, City Clerk, City of
Vernon at (850) 535-2444 at least five days prior
to the meeting and assistance will be provided.


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Wednesday, JULY 6,2011 Washington County News 0 Holmes County Times-Advertiser PAGE 1


Washington,
Holmes
at a glance


Hearts of
Promise
raises money
for cardiac
research
B3


What's going
on? Find out in
the community
calendar
B2


Wildcat 110


Beauty


Page ant

1. Miss Wildcat winner,
Delaney Wright; first alternate,
Keltcee Berry; second alternate,
Clarissa Adams.
2. Tiny Miss Wildcat Keira
Alana Boswell
3. Future Miss Wildcat
winner, Jocelyn Makaley
Boswell; first alternate, Callie
Yvette Sanders.
4. Little Miss Wildcat winner,
Kaylin Mary Rogers; first
alternate, Kassidy Nicole
Gautney; second alternate,
Morgan Delayne Weidman.
5. Petite Miss Wildcat winner,
S . Melana Broaddus; first
alternate, Leah Lewis; second
alternate, Kellar White.
6. Teen Miss Wildcat winner,
Savannah Stephens; first
alternate, Robin Mims; second
'* alternate, Kelsey Enfinger.
7. Baby Miss Wildcat winner,
Addison Lindsey West; first
alternate, Kensley Taylor Harris;
second alternate, Laynie-James
Edmunds; third alternate, Kylee
Anabella Boswell.
8. Toddler Miss Wildcat
S-winner, Kaylee Diann Barton;
first alternate, Lana Austin.
PHOTOS BY WILDCAT 110 BOOSTER CLUB


Allen, Hudson
engaged
B2


Area obituaries
B3





Livestock
price report
B2

INDEX
Society......................... Page B2
Faith ............................ Page B3
Classifieds.................... Page B5




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Society


Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Livestock REPORT

Week ending July 1, 2011
*At Florida Livestock Auctions receipts totaled
$6,880 compared to 6,099 last week and no sale a
year ago. Compared to one week ago, slaughter
cows were steady to $2 higher, bulls were $2-4
higher, feeder steers and heifers were unevenly
steady, replacement cows were mostly steady to
$2 higher.

*At Georgia Livestock Auctions receipts totaled
$9,397 compared to $8,472 last week and no sale a
year ago. Compared to one week ago, slaughter
cows were $1-2 higher, bulls were mostly steady,
feeder steers were $2-4 higher, heifers were $2-3
higher, steer calves were $2-3 higher, heifer calves
were $1-4 higher, replacement cows were mostly
steady to $2 higher.

*At Alabama Livestock Auctions total
estimated receipts $11,500 including board sales,
last week $11,916 including board sales, and no
sale last year. Compared to last week slaughter
cows sold steady to $1 higher, slaughter bulls
sold $1 higher, replacement cows and pairs sold
steady, all feeder classes sold $4-6 higher. Trade
moderate with good to very good demand on
feeders.


Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $138-180 GA $136-172 AL
$138-165
400-500 lbs.: FL $118-145 GA $124-152 AL
$127-153
500-600 lbs.: FL $111-132 GA $117-145 AL
$117-138


Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $118-150 GA $124-147 AL
$130-146.50
400-500 lbs.: FL $110-125 GA $114-134 AL
$124-134
500-600 lbs.: FL $108-123 GA $107-127 AL
$116-129


Slaughter Cows: 90 Percent Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL $61-70.50 GA $60-77 AL
$64-68.50


Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 lbs.: FL $80-95 GA $84.50-100 -
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Kolmetz Family
and Friends Sing
The Kolmetz Family and
Friends Sing will be on July 8 at
6:30 p.m., at New Bethany Church.
The church is on Smokey Joe
Road in Vernon.

Washington County Public
Library, Fable Stable
The Washington County Public
Library presents Fable Stable on
Saturday, July 9, from 2-4 p.m.
For more information, contact
Renae at 638-1314 or request@
wcplfl.com.

Chipley Downtown Fest
The Chipley Downtown Fest
will be on Saturday, July 9, from
6-7 p.m. Come enjoy the music of
Pee Wee Johns and "The Good
for Nothing" band as they come
to wonderful 'pickin' and grinnin'
downtown.
We will gather on the green but
under the shelter of the farmers
market pavilion. Please bring
your chair and give them a great
welcome. Perhaps they will stay a
bit longer a wonderful place to
meet friends and enjoy an evening
in downtown.
The Historic Museum will be
open, and that is a treat for one
and all. Event is rain or shine.

Nelson Reunion
Descendants of Ed and Sarah
(Register) Nelson will hold their


Anniversary

Bushes celebrate
Golden Anniversary
with vow renewal
Raymond and
Merlene Bush will be
celebrating their 50th
Wedding Anniversary
with a renewing of their
wedding vows on July
9, 2011 at2 p.m. at New
Smyrna Assembly of
God in Bonifay, FL 32425.
Gene Raymond Bush and
Merlene Eiller were wed
on July 2,1961 in Lake
Placid, FL. Raymond Bush
is the son of the late Ivy &
Etta Bush. Merlene Filler
is the daughter of the late
James and Cumie Nell
Eiller.
Family and friends
are invited to share this
special time with them and
their children; Gene Bush
of Bonifay, FL, Loretta
Bush Smith of Lake Placid,
FL and Bruce Bush of
Lake Placid, FL.


annual reunion July 9 at Bailey's
Surf and Turf on Highway 90 east
in Chipley, at 11 a.m.
Ed and Sarah Nelson lived on a
homestead about two miles from
Oakie Ridge Baptist Church on
what is today called Gilbert Mill
Road south of Chipley. Ed was
a Baptist preacher and farmer.
He and Sarah were two of the 12
original members of Oakie Ridge
Church and were the parents of
10 children, some of whom were
already gone from home when the
youngest was born. That explains
why, although they were a close-
knit family, they were never all
together at one time until they
were advanced in years and held
a reunion in 1947; a picture of all
10 made by Herbert Heisner on
that occasion became instantly
treasured by family members,
especially since one sister,
Lavonia, was involved in an auto
accident en route home and died
in a few days later.
Ed Nelson was descended
from Jens Nissen of Hadersley,
Denmark, who landed on
American shores at Port St. Joe in
1829. His name was Americanized
to John Nelson as he found
work at a salt works somewhere
along the coast and learned the
language. He migrated westward
and bought land in 1838 near
Vernon, was married, and later
helped organize a church called
the Holmes Valley Baptist
Church, later renamed Ebenezer
Baptist Church, sometime about
1846.
Many other descendants of


Allen, Hudson
planning nuptials
John and Sherri
Allen of Bonifay along
with Jerry and Brenda
Hudson of Westville,
proudly announce
the engagement and
upcoming wedding of
their children, Jessica
Marie Allen and Lowell
Brian Hudson. The
wedding ceremony
will be at Winterville
Assembly of Bonifay,
on July 16, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon, with
a reception to follow
at the Holmes County
Recreational Center. All
family and friends are
invited to attend.


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John Nelson live in this area,
and all are invited to attend the
reunion.

Kolmetz Family Reunion
The Kolmetz Family Reunion
will be on July 9, from 10 a.m.
until, at Hinson Crossroads Fire
Department, on Douglas Ferry
Road in Vernon.

One World Many Stories
The Holmes County Library
will be holding the Florida Library
Youth Program "One World Many
Stories," every Thursday, running
through July 28, from 10 a.m. to
1 p.m.
The event will be at the Holmes
County Library at 303 North J.
Harvey Etheridge St. in Bonifay.
This is a free family event. For
more information, call 547-3573.
*July 14: Europe -Atlantic
Coast Theatre Brothers Grimm
Fairy Tales
*July 21: Asia Kuniko
Yamamoto Origami Tales
*July 28: Antarctica Snow Day
Carnival

Holmes County Dixie Youth
Baseball Banquet
The Holmes County Dixie
Youth Baseball Banquet will be on
Monday, July 25 at the Ag Center
in Bonifay a 6 :30 p.m.
Families will be fed with
food from the Bonifay Piggly
Wiggly, and the trophies will be
presented.


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Locals raise money for Hearts of Promise


By Cecilia Spears
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Local residents
Wayne and Carolyn Saunders
are raising money in honor of
their granddaughter, who was
born with a congenital heart
defect, and Dr. John Mayer, the
doctor who's research saved her
life.
"We started Hearts of
Promise in April 2003 following
Holly's second open-heart
surgery," Carolyn said. "The
mission of Hearts of Promise
is to raise funds for research,
currently being conducted by
Holly's cardiac surgeon, Dr.
Mayer, at Children's Hospital
Boston."
She said Mayer's research
is to find a way to grow a valve
from a child's own tissue and
eliminate the need for multiple
heart surgeries for thousands of
children.
Two major ongoing
fundraisers for the nonprofit
organization Hearts of Promise


are the selling of Heart-to-Heart
Recipes and Send a Beanie
Baby; all proceeds go to Mayer's
research at Children's Hospital
Boston.
"God has truly blessed Holly
and all our fundraisers," Carolyn
said. "Over 5,000 Heart to Heart
Recipes cookbooks have been
sold through the book's first
seven printings, and we just
ordered the eighth printing due
to the great response to the
cookbook and the many requests
received."
The books are made up
of hundreds of local recipes
"guaranteed to fill you, heart,
mind, body and soul."
"We've got a lot of down-
home recipes given to us by so
many kindhearted people, and
the responses to the cookbooks
are staggering," Carolyn said.
"Almost everyone has said
they won't go back to another
cookbook again and that this
is the one they keep on the
counter."
Another fundraiser is Send
a Beanie Baby. For a donation


CECILIA SPEARS I Extra
Wayne and Carolyn Saunders are shown with volunteers raising
money for Hearts of Promise.
of $20, they send a Beanie Baby it's for the parents, too," Carolyn
and a note of encouragement said. "We should know; we've
to a child having surgery at been there many times before
Children's Hospital Boston. with Holly."
"It's not just for the children; She said anyone could help


by purchasing a cookbook,
sending a Beanie Baby to a child
at Children's Hospital Boston
or making a tax-deductible
donation to Hearts of Promise.
"Our praise is to the Lord; He
has most assuredly been with
us in the project, has guided us
in this and every fundraiser we
have undertaken and has been
merciful in all of our trails,"
Carolyn said. "He has taken care
of Holly, answered prayers in
awesome ways, opened many
doors of opportunity for us to
share Holly's story and our
testimony of all He has done for
her."
For more information, contact
Wayne and Carolyn Saunders
at 638-4640 or wcsaunders@
bellsouth.net. Donations can also
be made to Hearts of Promise,
847 Candy Lane, Chipley, FL
32428.
"Thanks so very much for
your support, and please keep
Holly, Dr. Mayer, this vital
research and all children born
with congenital heart defects in
your prayers," Caroyln said.


Linda Marie
Buzzard was born
on November 27,
1961, in Clearfield
Hospital in
Clearfield, PA, to
Margaret Eggers
and the late Harry
Edward Buzzard.
She passed away B
on June 18, 2011,
in Tampa, FL, at Life
Path Hospice. Linda was
a graduate of Holmes
County High School.
She leaves to cherish


Wayne Lee May, 79,
passed away on June
29, 2011, after gallantly
fighting the effects of
COPD. Wayne was born
July 31, 1931, in Vernon,
FL, to the late James
Daniel and Ouida Lee
May. He attended Vernon
Grade and High Schools,
being Vice-President of the
class of 1950. Wayne was a
member of Shaddai Temple
Color Guard, Acme Lodge,
Scottish Rite, York Rite,
VFW, and Past Patron of St.
Andrews Eastern Star 223.
He was of Methodist faith
and a member of Lakeview
United Methodist Church,
Vernon, FL. He served in
the U.S. Navy, and retired
from Smurfit-Stone Corp.
after 43 years of service.
The family would like to
thank Dr. A. Nunez and Dr.
L. Hayat, who tended to
Wayne, and all of the staff
of Bay Medical, who gave
him loving care through
all of the hospitalizations.
Thanks to all of you.
Also thanks to Covenant
Hospice for their loving
care.
In addition to
his parents, he was
predeceased by his brother,
James Wilton May, and


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Faith EVENTS


Independence Day Celebration
New Orange Baptist Church,
782 Alford Road in Chipley, will hold
an Independence Day Celebration
on Saturday, July 9, at 6 p.m. Come
join us in celebrating the birth of
our nation. We will pause for a time
of prayer and sincere repentance
seeking God's blessings on the U.S.
Special activities will include the
presenting of colors by the ROTC
and special music. A message will
be given by the Rev. Burney Enzor, a
retired general of the U.S. military.

Hudson Hill Memorial
Church Camp Meeting
Hudson Hill Memorial Church in
Westville will hold a Camp Meeting
on July 11-15.


Adam Peterson will teach on the
perfection of the KJV at 6 p.m. each
day, and at 7 p.m. Monday-Friday,
we will have Juno Douglas, T.A.
Greene, Walter Ales, Tony Howard
and Roger Dale Hagan. For more
information, call Peggy at 548-5404.

Four Calvary
The gospel quartet Four Calvary
will sing on the Lady Anderson's
Gospel Music Dinner Cruise
on Thursday, July 14. Boarding
begins at 6:30 p.m., and the cruise
at 7 p.m. The Lady Anderson
is at Grand Lagoon on Thomas
Drive in Panama City Beach. For
reservations, call 800-360-0510.
Four Calvary will also sing at
Otter Creek Methodist Church, in
Ponce de Leon off of State Road 81,


on Saturday, July 16, beginning at
7 p.m. Everyone is invited to both
events.

New Home's 99th Homecoming
New Home Baptist Church will
be observing its 99th Homecoming
Celebration on July 17. Services will
begin at 10 a.m., praising God with
music and singing. God's message,
brought by the Rev. Huey Hughes,
will begin at 11 a.m., followed by a
covered-dish dinner in the fellowship
hall.
New Home Baptist Church was
established in 1912. Bring your
family and friends to share in our
celebration of Christ and the many
years of service He has blessed our
church with. For more information,
call 326-4712.


Obituaries


Charles D. Blankenship


Mr. Charles Darrell
Blankenship, age 92, passed
away this earthly life to his
heavenly life on June 24,
2011. Darrell was born on
October 21,1918, on the
family homestead in the
Sandy Creek Community
in Holmes County, Florida.
He served in the Civilian
Conservation Corps from
October 1937 through
October 1938. He then
went to Panama City and
worked at the International
Paper Company. During
World War II, he worked at
the Wainwright Shipyard
in Panama City. He also
served in United States
Coast Guard Reserves as
a volunteer during WWII.
He farmed after returning
to Holmes County in the
mid-1940s. He also worked
in surveying and retired
from the Deltona Corp in
1979. He took an active role
on the family farm for many
years. Daddy's knowledge
of local history and all
things flora and fauna was
absolutely astounding.
He was preceded in
death by his loving wife of
69/2 years, Lillian Ramer
Blankenship; his parents,
Charlie D. and Arkie
Whitton Blankenship;
his brothers, Wyman and
Darius Blankenship; and
sister, Irene Padgett.
Darrell was highly
respected and loved.
Darrell is survived by
his children, Dolores Ann
Cook and husband Jim,
Glenda Jane Goodwin
and husband Cecil, Elton
Darrell Blankenship
and Christopher D.
Blankenship; his
grandchildren, Timothy
Goodwin and wife Cammie
of Enterprise, Alabama,
Cecilia Wiley of Theodore,


Alabama, Brian Goodwin
and wife Dana of Troy,
Alabama, and Jason L.
Cook and wife Jeri Ann
of Bulgaria, Europe;
great-grandchildren,
Rhiannon Blankenship
Sutton and husband
William of Ponce De Leon,
Florida, Christopher
Dakota Blankenship of
Vernon, Florida, Caleb
Davis Blankenship of
Cheraw, South Carolina,
Lillian Kayla, Grace and
Christy Goodwin, Bailey
and Brinley Goodwin,
and Shane and Brandon
Wiley, all of Alabama, and
Sofia B. Cook of Bulgaria,
Europe; two great-great-
grandchildren, Lillian
Hope Sutton 'aka' Lilly and
Braylon William Sutton;
and numerous nieces and
nephews.
A special thanks to Dr.
James Howell and the ICU
nurses at the Healthmark
Hospital, also the staff at
Chautauqua Rehabilitation
and Nursing Center.
A time of visitation
was held from 6 to 8 p.m.
Saturday, June 25, 2011, at
Clary-Glenn Funeral Home
Chapel, 230 Park Avenue
DeFhniak Springs, Florida
32435. Funeral services
were held at 3 p.m. Sunday,
June 26, 2011, at Sandy
Creek Baptist Church, 1125
Line Road, Ponce De Leon,
Florida 32455, with the Rev.
Shep Eubanks, the Rev.
Kenneth Harrison and the
Rev. Toby Stone officiating.
Burial followed in the Sandy
Creek Cemetery. You may
go online to view obituaries,
offer condolences, or sign
the guest book at www.
clary-glenn.com. Clary-
Glenn Funeral Home
was entrusted with the
arrangements.


See OBITUARIES B4


her loving
memories her
mother, Margaret
Buzzard; daughter,
Angela Leggett
(Gary); son,
Derek Dancil;
S. three sisters, Dee
A M. Watson, Merry
ARD Buzzard, and
Brenda Buryn;
and four grandchildren,
Kenneth Newton III,
Cameron Newton, Makayla
Leggett, and Tahayla
Leggett.


nephew, David May.
Survivors are his loving
wife, Georgiann May, Lynn
Haven, FL; step-daughter,
Sharon K. (Honorable
Judge R. Steven Lewis)
Lewis, Huntington, WV;
step-grandsons, Dr. Joshua
M. (Corey) Lewis, MD,
Charleston, WV and Dr.
Zachary E. Lewis, Ph.D.,
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg,
VA; nephews, Andrew May,
Rock Hill, SC, and James
W May, Roanoke, VA; and
niece, Barbara Hayes,
Atlanta, GA.
Funeral services were
held at 10 a.m. Saturday,
July 2, 2011, at Peel Funeral
Home Vernon Chapel
with the Rev. Tom Tillery
and the Rev. Alan English
officiating. Interment
was in the Pleasant
Grove Methodist Church
Cemetery with Masonic
Rites. Family received
friends Friday from 5 to
7 p.m. at Peel Funeral
Home Vernon Chapel.
Peel Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements. In
lieu of flowers, a memorial
donation may be made to
Covenant Hospice, 107 W
19th Street, Panama City,
FL 32405 in memory of
Wayne L. May.


CORRECTION
First United Methodist Church
of Chipley giving free backpacks
Last week it was reported that First United
Methodist Church of Bonifay is planning to give
away free backpacks full of school supplies. The
report was in error. The backpacks are being
provided by First United Methodist Church of
Chipley.
Pre-registration is required and must be done
by Aug. 1. Pickup will be Aug. 5 at 7 p.m. at
the sanctuary next to the courthouse. For more
information, call Judy at 850-849-9097 or email
judymay22@bellsouth.net.
We regret the error.


God Is Our Refuge
I often wonder what atheists do when they are
faced with a serious crisis or problem. Who do
they call upon for help or guidance? Perhaps
they call upon themselves to muster the cour-
age and strength to face
these ordeals, or perhaps o *
they rely on the strength
and wisdom of their friends
and professional people to
see them through. I realize
that young people often *
feel that they are indestruc-
tible and can handle any
crisis situation they face.
However, as we grow older we usually have
a more mature and realistic view of life. With
age, we learn that we are destructible and that
life can be very fragile. I cannot imagine get-
ting through a day without God's help and love.
Everyone has problems that must be faced, and
there are times when we may feel that no one
cares about us or our problems. But it is nice
to know that God cares and loves us, and He is
only a prayer away. Our Heavenly Father loves
the skeptics as well as the believers. He only
wants us to trust and confide in Him.

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all your troubles, for He is our refuge.
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OBITUARIES from page B3


LaFerne Wilson


Paul J. Lewis


Anna V. Carroll


LaFerne Wilson, 88,
of Jacksonville, formerly
of Bonifay, FL, died on
Friday, July 1, 2011, at All
Saints Catholic Nursing
Home in Jacksonville,
FL. Born Wednesday,
March 21, 1923, she was
the daughter of the late
Wallace Hochstetler and
the late Leona Strauss
Hochstetler.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Marvin Wilson.
She is survived by a
son-in-law, Terry Sikes of


Dorthy Alberta Burger,
age 90, of Bonifay, FL, died
Friday, June 24, 2011, at
her home in Bonifay, FL.
She was a member of the
Bethany Baptist Church.
She was the daughter of the
late William Silloway and
the late Caroline Silloway.
She is survived by
four daughters, Gloria
Trant, Bonifay, FL,
Evelyn McComb, Hale,
MI, Caroline Hunter,
Bonifay, FL, and Helen
Berkley, Hale, MI; four
sons, Raymond Burger,
Whittamore, MI, Jim


Anna Voncile Williams
passed away on June 23,
2011, at age 87. Anna was
a military war bride. A
dedicated mother, wife,
grandmother and great-
grandmother. Anna loved
and enjoyed her family,
and she especially enjoyed
cooking for her family. We
will miss her beautiful
smile and the smell of
warm cookies.
Anna was preceded by
her husband of 67 years,
Harry Williams of Chipley,
Florida; her father, Arthur
L. Creel, and mother,
Donia Campbell of Bonifay,
Florida; her daughter,
Kathy Williams of Bonifay,
Florida, and a great-
granddaughter, Kayla
Mitchell of Marianna,
Florida, and stepmother,
Martha Creel of Bonifay,
Florida.
She is survived by her
three sons, Thomas Harry
Williams of Hertford, North
Carolina, and his wife,
Lureen, and son, Brock,
and daughter of Thomas
Harry Williams, Kelie Luby
and husband John and
children Anna, Johnny
and James of Glastonbury,
Connecticut; John Creel
Williams of Silverthorne,
Colorado, and his wife,
Laurie, and son, Noah; and
Richard Leighton Williams
of Chipley, Florida, and
his wife, Cathy, and their
children, Lee Williams of
Chipley, Florida, and his
wife, Latrelle, and children


Jacksonville, FL; and four
grandsons, J J Snow of
Jacksonville, FL, and Cody,
Justin, and Jacob Wilson,
all of Murrell's Inlet, SC.
A funeral service will
be held at 11 a.m. on
Thursday, July 7, 2011,
at Sims Funeral Home
Chapel with the Rev. Ike
Steverson officiating.
Interment will be in
Bonifay Cemetery, Bonifay,
FL. Rineral arrangements
are being made by Sims
Funeral Home, Inc. of
Bonifay, FL.


Burger, Hale, MI, Percy
Burger, Hale, MI, and
Charley Burger, Bonifay,
FL; and 19 grandchildren.
Arrangements were
conducted by SIMS
FUNERAL HOME, INC.,
POB 686, Bonifay, FL,
where the family received
friends from 6 to 8 p.m.
Monday, June 27, 2011.
Funeral services were
held at Bethany Baptist
Church at 2 p.m. Tuesday,
June 28, 2011, and the Rev.
Herman Sellers officiated.
Interment was at Bethany
Cemetery, Bonifay, FL.


Braylee and Collin,
Rebecca Lynn Rollin and
husband Greg and children
TJ, Nathan, and Olivia of
Chipley, Florida, Amanda
Kayla Johnson, husband
Bobby and daughter
Sierra of Blountstown,
Florida, Melissa Garner
and husband James and
children Jonathan and
Abigail of Chipley, Florida,
Brad Collins and wife
Melissa and children Noah
and Meladey of Chipley,
Florida; her sister, Sarah
McFalls of Greenville,
South Carolina; step-sister
Debra Kay Warden of
Bonifay, Florida, and her
husband, Bob, and children
Clint and Cody; step-sister
Ann Padgett of Geneva,
Alabama, and her husband,
Max, and children Amy and
Jason; and step-brother,
Edward Creel of Roanoke,
Virginia, and wife Donna
and children Leah and
Chandler.
The family received
friends Sunday, June 26,
at Brown FRneral Home
Brickyard Road Chapel
from 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Funeral services were
held at the Brown Fineral
Home Brickyard Chapel in
Chipley, Florida, at 10 a.m.
June 27 with the Rev. Mike
Orr and the Rev. Edward
Creel officiating. Interment
followed in Bonifay City
Cemetery. Friends and
family may sign the online
register at www.brownfh.
net.


Paul Joseph Lewis,
74, of Bonifay, Fl., went
home to be with the Lord
on September 20, 2010, at
Bay Medical Center. Mr.
Lewis was born November
23, 1935, in Chipley, Fl., to
Zeke and Winnie Lewis.
He graduated from
Chipley High class of 1954.
He retired from Eglin Air
Force Base as a computer
programmer and also was
a member of Blue Lake
Baptist Church.
He was preceded in
death by his parents.
He is survived by his
wife of 54 years, Jackie
Lewis of Bonifay; two
sons, Kevin J. Lewis
(Theresa) of Owasso, Ok.,
and Paul J. Lewis II of


Baker, Fl.; daughter, Dee
Dawn Jones Thomas of
Bonifay, Fl.; two brothers,
Hilton Lewis (Betty)
of Jensen Beach, Fl.,
and Donnie Lewis of
Baker, Fl.; three sisters,
Sharon Fowler of Panama
City, Fl., Bernadine
Searcy of La Belle, Fl.,
and Nadine Searcy of
Winter Haven, Fl.; seven
grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
A celebration of Paul's
life will be held at 2 p.m.
Saturday, July 9, 2011, at
the Blue Lake Community
Center with the Rev.
James Pate officiating.
Obert FRneral Home of
Chipley, Fl., is in charge of
arrangements.


Myrel Fowler


Myrel "Levon" Fowler,
73, of Marianna, died
Thursday, June 30, 2011, at
Noland Hospital in Dothan,
Alabama. She was a native
and lifelong resident
of Jackson County and
worked for Russell Corp.
for a number of years. She
was a member of Welcome
Assembly of God Church in
Dellwood, where she loved
all church activities and
doing good for her fellow
church members.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Henry Lee Fowler; her
parents, John Willis "J. W"
& Annie Lois Powell; one
sister, Annie Pearl Powell;
and one brother, Joe E.
Powell.
She is survived by one
son, Albert Lee Fowler
and wife, Melissa, of
Morton, Mississippi; two
brothers, Willis "Clinton"


Powell and wife, Gloria, of
Dellwood, and John Milton
Powell and wife, Dianne, of
Malone; two sisters, Mary
Lou Tyus and husband,
George, and Cora Lee
Strickland and husband,
Larry, all of Greenwood;
four grandchildren, Krista
Frith and husband, B.J.,
and Matthew, Aaron and
Justin Fowler; and several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, July 2, 2011,
at Welcome Assembly
of God Church with Dr.
Thomas Batts and the
Rev. Charles Jackson
officiating. Interment was
in the church cemetery
with James & Sikes
Rineral Home Maddox
Chapel. Expressions
of sympathy may be
made online at www.
jamesandsikesfuneral
home.com.


Omree Banks


Omree Banks, 77, of
Chipley, passed away
Wednesday, June 29,
2011, at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center.
Mrs. Omree was born
September 25, 1933, in Bay
Minette, Al., to Durant
Hadley and Nettie Jane
(Roberts) Hadley. She
was a Custodian at Taylor
County School Board. She
had been a resident of
Chipley since 1995, coming
from Perry, Fl.
Mrs. Omree was
predeceased by her
husband, Johnnie Bank;
and three brothers, Elsby
Hadley, Marvin Hadley,
and Elick Hadley.
She is survived by four
sons, Billy Joe Pullum of
Henderson, N.C., Bobby
Joe Pullum of Marianna,
Fl., Jerry David Pullum of
Perry, Fl., and Don Allen
Pullum of Shady Grove,
Fl.; three daughters,
Frances Morel of Chipley,
Fl., Carolyn Sue Demaree


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Denise Withers of Grand
Ridge, Fl.; one brother,
Thomas Earl Hadley of
Atmore, Al.; five sisters,
Lillie May Church of
Atmore, Al., Edna Mae
Miller of Pensacola, Fl.,
Mary Lou Pimprel of Bay
Minette, Al., Bertha Mae
Parnel of Robertsdale,
Al., and Sara Jackson of
Bay Minette, Al.; twelve
grandchildren; and twenty
great-grandchildren.
Family received friends
Friday evening, July 1,
2011, from 6 to 8 p.m. at
Brown Funeral Home
(Main Street Chapel).
Services were held at 10
a.m. Saturday, July 2, 2011,
at Brown Fineral Home
(Main Street Chapel) with
the Rev. Levon Pettis
officiating. Interment
followed at Glenwood
Cemetery. Friends and
family may sign the online
register at www.brownfh.
net.



Kevin Paul Cook, age
35, a native of Tallahassee,
Florida, passed away
Tuesday, June 28, 2011,
in Chipley, Florida.
He was employed as a
Correctional Officer with
the Washington County
Sheriff's Department in
Chipley, Florida. Kevin had
graduated from Mosely
High School in Panama
City, Florida.
Kevin was preceded in
death by his father, Remus
0. Cook, Jr; maternal
grandfather, J.T. "Buddy"


Ms. Anna
Carroll, born
October 27, 1935,
to John and Effie
McCormick, -
passed away
Wednesday, June
29, 2011. Big
mama, as she A
was affectionately CAl
called, enjoyed her
family, laughing, fishing
and flowers.
Ms. Carroll was
preceded in death by her
husband, Hollie Carroll.
Ms. Carroll is survived
by her son, Hubert
Carroll and wife Kathy;
two grandsons, Brandon
and wife Kris, and
Shawn Carroll; two step-
grandsons, Joe McKenzie
and Rhett McKenzie;
two step-daughters,
Marcelle Thompson
and husband Hubert,
and Margie McCall and
husband Freddie Wayne;
two step-sons, Uvonne
Carroll and wife Janie,
and Don Carroll and wife
Sonya; one step-daughter-
in-law, Anita Gatwood
and husband Doug; 14
grandchildren and 29
great-grandchildren;
one brother, Huston
McCormick; four sisters,
Bertha Ulmer, Wynell
Stafford, Wilene Scroggins


Longtime
Anchorage
resident Roy
Brown, as he liked
to be called, died
June 23, 2011, after
bravely fighting a
long-term illness.
Roy was born ROY
October 12, 1937, to James
David Brown and Celia
Marie Brown in Bonifay,
Florida, where he was
raised. Roy later married
the love of his life, Carol
Ann Brown, on March
15, 1963. After living in
Baton Rouge, Louisiana,
till 1976, he received a
job offer and packed up
his family and drove
to Anchorage, Alaska.
Roy was mesmerized
by the majestic beauty
Alaska had to offer and
considered himself lucky
to live in Alaska. In 1985,
Roy opened a coin shop
named Roy's Coins after
always having a love
and fascination for rare
coins. Roy became one of
the foremost authorities
on coins in the state of
Alaska. A life member of
VFW 1685, Roy was always
generous in donating
to fundraisers for our
veterans, but that is no
surprise to his family and
friends, as it was often
said that Roy never met
a stranger. Roy was
extremely generous and
kind, and even after just

Kevin P. Cook
Tipton; and paternal
grandparents, Remus
O. Cook, Dr. and Lillie
Layfield Cook.
He is survived by his
mother, Gloria T. Cook
of Sneads, Florida; his
maternal grandmother,
Lena Tipton of Sneads,
Florida; two brothers,
Craig Cook of Tallahassee,
Florida, and Jason Cook
of Chipley, Florida; three
nephews, Hunter Holland,
Taylor Cook, and Sawyer
Cook, all of Chipley,
Florida; and many other


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and husband
Buck, and Betty
Brownell; and
a host of nieces
and nephews. She
is also survived
by her special
A V. companion,
Cordwood Ramer,
ROLL and a special
mention for her
caregiver during her
illness, Virginia Merle
Carroll.
A time of visitation
was held from 12 to 2 p.m.
Saturday, July 2, 2011, at
Leonia Baptist Church,
1124 Gillman Road,
Westville, Florida 32464.
Funeral services were
held at 2 p.m. Saturday,
July 2, 2011, at Leonia
Baptist Church with the
Rev. Danny Burns and
the Rev. Uvonne Carroll
officiating. Pallbearers
were Jimmy Ray Carroll,
Don Carroll, Tony Brake,
Randy Holiday, Dwight
McCormick and David
Wayne Carroll. Burial
followed in the Leonia
Cemetery. You may go
online to view obituaries,
offer condolences or sign
the guest book at www.
clary-glenn.com. Clary-
Glenn Funeral Home
was entrusted with the
arrangements.


h meeting him, he
made you feel at
home. Roy will
remain dear in the
hearts of all who
knew him, and also
greatly missed.
Roy is survived
BROWN by his wife, Carol
Ann Brown; his brother,
Bobby Brown; his sons,
Charles Brown and
Tim Brown of Bonifay,
Florida, and Marc
Cravey and Richard
Brown of Anchorage,
Alaska; his daughter, Lisa
Coppersmith of Tampa,
Florida; 14 grandchildren;
and eight great-
grandchildren. The family
would like to acknowledge
the years and special
care given to Roy by Dr.
Leslie Bryant, who Roy
considered also a friend.
A viewing was held on
June 30, 2011, at 4 p.m. for
immediate family, and at
5 p.m. for all family and
friends at Peel's Fineral
Home, and a graveside
service was on July 1,
2011, at Bethany Baptist
Cemetery in Bonifay. A
celebration of life will
be held on July 9,2011,
at VFW 1685 at 3 p.m.
in Anchorage, Alaska.
Arrangements were
entrusted to the Legacy
Funeral Home Kehl's
Chapel in Anchorage,
Alaska, and Peel Fineral
Home in Bonifay



relatives and friends.
Visitation with the
family took place at Lanier-
Andler Funeral Home in
Sneads, Florida, Friday,
July 1, 2011, from 6 p.m.
to 8 p.m. Funeral services
were held Saturday, July
2, 2011, at 11 a.m. CDT,
graveside at Mt. Pleasant
Cemetery, Highway 90
East, Chattahoochee,
Florida, with the Rev. Matt
Basford. Lanier-Andler
FRneral Home in Sneads,
Florida was in charge of
arrangements.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR WASH-
INGTON
COUNTY FLORIDA -
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 67-10-CP-043
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BARBARA ANN SAS-
SER, DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS The administra-
tion of the estate of
Barbara Ann Sasser,
deceased, whose date
of death was May 1,
2010, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Wash-
ington County, Florida,
Probate Division, the
address of which is
1293 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, Florida 32428.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
p e r s o n a I
representatives attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent=s estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM. All
other creditors of the
decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent=s estate
must file their claims
with this court WITHIN
3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT=S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED. The date of
first publication of this
notice is June 29, 2011


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Florida Bar No. 3130 Auctions
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lished in the Washing- 3180 Computers tions 4100 Pate Pond 850-326 160
ton County News June 3190 Electronics Garage Sale Saturday Rd Vernon, FI 850-326-1606
29, July 6, 2011 3200 Firewood July 9, 8AM- Until Every Saturday 6PM
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3240- Guns Truckloads Auction. 3240
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supplies pers please8504150183 Saturday 9pm
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vertisers 3350 -Tickets(Buy&Sell) Call To Place
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phone are read back Ad I Classifieds
to the advertiser to 3200 P
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LE TiTER OF APOLOGY FROM THE MCOJOMY

hasn't been pretty the last few years, especially for the job market.
and I don't blame you. This whole thing got away from me. But I think it's time we made
se:
d you're happy with it, good for you. Keep it up.
n your job, it's time to rethink things. Im not telling you to quit on the spot. But maybe
out there for you.
that under normal circumstances you wouldn't have, my hat's off to you. You did what
ow maybe it's time to go back to doing what you do best.
ob, again, I'm sorry. I know looking for a job can be, to put it nicely, challenging.
ot you, it's me. And if the recovery is here, I think you can lead the way.
been affected the last few years, which is pretty much everyone, I accept complete
the ball is in your court. You have permission to move on with your life
rd, find a job you love and get back to work. t






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1120 Public Notices/
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1125 Carpools &
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1130- Adoptions
1140- Happy Ads
1150 Personals
1160 -Lost
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1 1110

Incorrect
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For Classified
In-column Ad-
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Your Florida Free-
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correct insertion, nor
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the cost of the space
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during an ordered
schedule constitutes
a new ad and new
charges.
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