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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla.
Publication Date: October 21, 2009
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Wedriesday,0OCTOBER 21, 2009 www.claiple~ypaper.coam Volum~e 85, Number 54 504


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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
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CHIPLEY -Florida health offi-
cials are preparing guidelines
for hospitals in case of over-
whelming problems present-
ed by the H1N1 swine flu. The
draft document was obtained
by ProPublica, a non-profit
journalism site,after request
Sto the State of Florida.'
The Department ~of Health
said in a news release Mon-
day that it recently provided
a draft document through a
~public records request titled
Pandemic Influenza, Triage
and Scarce Resource Alloca-
tion Guidelines.
According ,to the news re-
leaise, "this is an early draft 'of
a planning document designed
to assist medical and health
care agencies statewide in
responding to worse case sce-
Snario Pandemics.
"This should not be mis-
:="M ites panfd th
document is a supplemental
guidance to Florida's Pan-
demic Influenza Plan that be-
gan in 2006' and continues to
evolve. The final'version will
be completed after input from
stakeholders and the public.

bre k o hlenz aadwo
not call for implementing this
.draft guidance."
Northwest Florida Com-
m~unity Hospital chief execu-
tiv;e Officer Pat Schlenker said
the current situation "is noth-
ing to get concerned about."
Schle~nker said the draft is just
a "contingency plan" in case
of "abjsolute calamity" where
"health care is overwhelmed"
by demands from H1N1.
"It ireminds me of guide-
lines for a nuclear catastro-
phe we did in the military,"
Schlenker said. "It's trying to
plan for an absolute dooms-
day event."
The draft iiieludes guide-
Eines for allocating -hospitiil
resources, including barring
patients with `incurable can-
cer, end-stage multiple sclero-
sis and other conditions from
being admitted to hospitals if
the state is overwhelmed by
T"Ee plan, whichh would
guide Florida hospitals on
how to ration scarce medi-
cal care during a severe flu
outbreak," according to Pro-
,Publica, "also calls for doc-
-tors to remove patients with
a poor prognosis from ventila-
tors to treat those with better
chances of survival. That de-
cision would be made by each
hospital."
A copy of the draft docu-
ment can be found at: http://
www.doh.state.fl.us/DEMO/
php/links.htm
No information has been
released on .availability of
H1N1 vaccine in Holmes or
Washington counties.


A new flag and a new wolf ambassador were introduced Sa~turday at Seacrest Wolf Preserve.


OeW fog (ind nOW WOlf Ombassador at Seanrest


JAY FELSBERS
~Managing~ Editor
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BONNETT POND WooP1-
re sfte Worl e re eta
new flag Saturday, and it was
also a chance to introduce the
preserve's next wolf ambassa-
dor, Mohave. ,
The flag was- presented as
part. of an ongoing program by i
the fraternal organization to
present flags at: the request of
local organizations. In thisedase
it was a 12x18 v~ersionl to fly on
th~e tall flagpole at the entrance ~
to the preserve.
WOTW representatives `in,
clouded Kathy Rudd, Lori Ru~dd,
Lance 'Mayers, Peggy Alayers
'and Andy Mayers. For infor-
mation -about .applying fpr a
flag ca~ll (50-832-0660` or email
KCRudd w\roodme'n.org.

M0 mOGIS tile Worill
Mlohave, or nAlo ash~e is bet- .
ter know-n. wras introduced


HOWL-0-WEEN FUNDRAISER
CHIPLEY The eighth annual Howl-O-Ween Is planned
for Saturday Oct. 24 and Sunday, Oct. 25, at the Seacrest
L'olll Preserve, 3449 bonnett Pond R~oad, C3hlpley .._

up I l. Primiive animtted e etr Ica hokpk sare
reservation (advance depos ts on electrical hookups).
Gates open Saturday at 9:30. Wolf encounters start
at 10 a.m. and continue through out the day. Dog-o-
Ween costume contest, haunted hayride, campfire and
storytelling, flute concert, and special appearances by Mr.
Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood are just some of the events
planned.
All visiting dogs must have current vaccinations and
must be on a leash or cages at all times. Free admission
but you must purchase tickets for events.
Call 773-2897 or e-mail seacrestwolfpack@yahoo.com
for information on this event.
SVisit their website at seczrestwolfpreserve.0rg to learn
more about the wolf preserve.


CHS wm's
H-omecoming game.


by Cynthia. and Wayne. Wat-
kins, Richard Peek and 19ark
, Fultz of Seaerest. The Bri't-
i~sh Columibian wolf was born
mn IVy and was the "runt
odf the litter. He was also the
only survivor of that litter,


Cynthia Watkins said.
"We have wanted to breed
British Columbian ~wolves for
about six years," she said. -The
other members of the litter
See SEACREST Al ~


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SCHIPLEY lydia
Wedderburn
was crowned
S2009 Chipley
'High School .
Homecoming
Queen by
2008
Homecoming
Queen Alex
Rodriguez '
More
Homecoming
coverage on Page
A5 cind online at
chipleypaper*
COn.


Timothy James
Seaboch completed
his Eag~le -Scout
Project.
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INDEX
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Extra..... .............. ....Page BI
(lassifieds ..................... Page Bl




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Washington County
Health Department
in conjunction with
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Council on Aging will
be giving the regular,
seasonal flu Shots on
the ~following dates
Washington
Council'on Aging,
Oct. 30 from 9 a.m.
until 3.p~m.
Cost will be.
$33.50' without
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bring card and. drivers
license.

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Oct. 26, at 5 p.m.
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following the sing. The church is located at 1980 Gap Blvd. in Sunny
Hills
For more information, please contact Doris Burnsed at 850-265- .
3080.


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Rebecca Hicks: 6/10/883 Chipley, Pinel-
las County warrant for driving under the
influence with damage.
Kerstin Hughes: 10/17/84, Chipley, vio-
lation off probation on possession of listed
chemical, possession of meth.
Jason Jordan: 11/11/83, Bonifay: viola-
tion of probation on flee and elude. -
Joseph Justice: 6/12/70, Cottondale, vio-
lation of probation on possession of weapon
by convicted felon.
Daniel I~ndrome: 10/8/83, Chipley, Es-
cambia County charge of kidnapping a mi-

noJ rdry bntn: 9/20/87, Bonifay. Violation
of probation on possession of controlled sub-
stance and carrying a concealed viireapon
Melissa Marshall: 5/27/69, Chipley, dis-
orderly intoxication, affray.
Jerry McDade: 9/13/50, Vernon, battery.
Holliie Nobles: 8/9/75, Citrus County war-
rants for possession of paraphernalia, driv-
ing while license suspended or revoked.
Charles Scott: 2/11/67, Ebro, battery,
violation of probation on battery on law
enforcement officer,~ resist officer without
violence.
Mlichael Stanaland: 6/7/74,PFerry, worth-
less check.
Kenneth Stanley: 11/8/70, Panama City,
assault, harassing phone calls.
William White Jr.: 10/6/68, Vernon, bat-
tery. ~
April Zemellas: 1/11/81, Chipley, worth-
less checks (13 counts).


Arrest report from the Washington
County Sherifs. Department for the week
ofoct. 12-19, 2009.
Paula Adler: 5/31/64, Caryville, larceny
over $20,000, swindle defraud financial insti-
tution, Maine warrants for forgery.
Jackie Armstrong: 6/7/70, Vernon, pos-
session of marijuana, petit theft.
Dustin Bateman: 12/8/86, Chipley, bat-
tery.
SDaniel Boston: 10/31/86, Chipley, pos-
session of marijuana.
due ro m se 7/10/58, Ohipley, pr -
counts), possession of listed chemical, vio-
lation of probation on possession of meth,
possession of marijuana.
- Jonathon Bullard: 12/20/87, Chipley,
Escambia County charge of kidnapping a
minor.
Stefani Burns: 2/14;/83, Chipley, resist of-
ficer without violence.
Sharon Curry* 9/21/64, Chipley, affray.
Set-ena Cushman: 5/23/76, Vernon, pos-
session of paraphernalia, violation of proba-
tion on driving while license suspended or
revoked.
Anna Dannunzio: 8/18/62, Chipley, viola-
tion of probation on worthless check.
John .Gordon: 3/25/62, Vernon, petit
theft.
Angela Halstead: 8/12/73, Bonifay,
worthless checks, violation of probation on
worthless checks.


before stepping off the bus.
Make eye contact with the bus driv-
er, and wait for the bus driver's' signal
before crossing the street.
*Walk in front of the bus, never walk
behind the bus to cross the street.
*While waiting for the bus stay in a
safe place away from the street.
*Never go under the bus to retrieve
something you have dropped.
For more information on school bus
safety you can visit one of the following
Web sites: www. americanschoolbus-
coucitlsor g, www.faptflorid~a~org ww.

org/transportation.


Oct. 19-23 is National School Bus
Safety Week. Celebrated during the third
full week of October each year, School
Bus Safety Week promotes awareness of
school bus safety issues.
This year's theme, "Avoid Harm,
Obey the Stop Arm," emphasizes the
importance of motorists following the
rules of the road and stopping when the
red lights flash and stop sign deploys
indicating that children are getting on
or off the bus, except on certain divided
highways
fl i aloschool) bards offer some help-
*Be alert to traffic; check both ways


Florida Highway Patrol will conduct
driver license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the month of October
on the roadways listed below in Holmes,
Jackson and Washington counties.
Recognizing the danger presented
to the public by defective vehicle equip-
ment, troopers will concentrate their
efforts on, vehicles being operated with
defects such as bad brakes, worn tires
and defective lighting equipment. In ad-
ditioni, attention will be directed to driv-
ers who would violate the driver license


laws of Florida.
Officers will be on State Roads No. 2,
10, 69, 71, 73, 77, 79, 81, 273, 276, 277, and
286 during the month,
County Roads with inspection points
include No. 69A, 162, 164, 165, 165A, 167,
169, 173, 177, 177A, 179, 181, 185, 271, 276,
279, 280, 284, and Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found these check-
points to bean effective means of enfore-
ing the equipment and driver license laws
of Florida while ensuring th~e protection
of all motorists.


having, a hearing loss can
easily obtain the device
by completing ~an applE-
cation and visiting one of
FTRI's 22 conveniently
located distribution cen-
ters throughout the state.
For more information, call
FTRI at 1-800-222-3448 or
visit www.ftri.org.
FTRI estimates that
nearly three million Flo-
ridians experience some
degree of hearing loss.
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Florida Telecommuni-
cations Relay, Inc. (FTRIl),
the non-profit distributor
of specialized telecommu-
nications equipment for
people with hearing loss
and speech .disabilities,
Is .offering a new ampli-
fied'telephone at- no cost
to seniors and others
with hearing loss living in
Washington and Holmes
counties.
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Hearing, Deaf/Blind and
Speech Impaired. FTRI
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education and promotion
of the Florida Relay Ser-
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tion, visit www.ftri.org.


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fire Ants mee t, discuss projects


for the ~community's help
to gather as niany pounds
of food-as possible before
Christmias. Look for more
details on thiat in upcoming
Fire Ants liews.
'After the business por-
tion of the meeting, Lucas
Seley and Adrian Allen
gave a program on drums.
Lucas talked. about the
importance 'of `music and


drums in history, and then
Adrian Allen explained to
the kids the different parts
of the drum set. Lucas. and
Adrian th~en took turris
playing for everyone. After-
.yrards the kids got to try out
the drums themselves with
guidance from Adrian. -
The Florida Fire Ants
4-H~ Club meets 'the first
Monday of every month at


the Ag Cent~er at 9:30 a.m.
It is a 4-H Club primarily
made up:of home-schooled
students in the area. If you
would like more iriforma-
tion- call' Andrea :Locke,
club leader, -at 638-3899,
Julie ,Dillard, Washington
County4-H agent, .at 638-
6180 or Samantha` Raney,
4-H~ Chab president, at 638-
3655.


(HIPLEY -- The Florida
Fire Ants 4-H Club met
IFor their monthly meeting
on Monday Oct'. 5. at;the
Ag Center. The agenda
including several commu-
nity service projects for
the holidays, and a Christ-
mas party for the club;. ~A
food drive is planned for
the Care and Share Food
Pantry,- they will be asking


Halloween nights
W2ausau Trick or 'Ieat is
scheduled for Satulrday Oct.
31 from 5-7 p.m. Citizens are
asked to leave a porch Light
on ifou are pa 0 hias ng
scheduled 'Tirik or Treat
for 'Saturday ~Oct. 31'frhom


TheGreatBanquet
CHIPLEY-A JIThanksgiving
Day dinner, for Washington
County residents in need, is
planned for Thursday, Nov.
2i from Il a m. 2 p.m. in
the Washington County~ Ag
Center. Highw'ay 90 in Chi-
ie\
Lake reservations for
your family by' calling 638-
0!182. Proof of residence
mnay be req uired. The C~hris-
tianl Fellowship committee
sponsors event. Vohmnteers
are needed.


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be held at the
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School track
w~ith lots of door
-prizes, candM ,
fun and music.
Sponsored by
the Merchants of
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*Identification foi* you
and everyonee in your
household: Social Secu-
rity card; driver's license;
picture ID for applicant.
Guardian~s must- prove
custody of any -childre~n,
.grandchildren or other mi-
nors living in household.
*Proof- of Expenses:


R~ent receipt or mortgage
payment, light bill, gas bill,
'telephone/cell. phone b6ill,
Cable bill, car payment and
any other expenses.,
Proof of Income: .Re-
cent paiy stub, Social Secu-
,rity checks/letter, child sup-
port, retirement pension
and any other income.


tion Army and Trk~ourity
Community Council will
be taking applications for
assistance during the holi-
days' at the A~g Center ort
Hwy 90O in Chipley fom 10
a.m. 4 p~m. each day, Oct.
26-27.
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quite ready for settling
down and enjoying the
show. I entertained him
while walking around the
grounds, looking for frogs
and turtles while Hester
Sand Timothy fully enjoyed
the movie. Grant was nice
Enough to tell his weary
daddy as we were leaving
"Daddy, I enjoyed the
movie."
The Wells family
arrived in Chipley in time
for all of our sons to enjoy
~The Starlight Drive-In
Theater. Irvin Roche, who
owned a walk-in movie
House in Vernon, opened
the drive-in h~ere. Later,
R obert Sapp, who also
Sowvnedl the Vance Theater,
~purchased the drive-in.
J ames Clark, Ronnie
Rustin, Verlon Phillips,
SShellie Foxworth, J. TI.
Sasser and Robert Byrd
are remembered as .
projectionists;
Concession stand
employees recalled are
Leola Skipper, Auburn
'and Eva Foxworth and B.
Byrd.
Garry Hewett has
recently donated a 1962
.:fr~eepass to the Ver~non
Historical Society
Museum allowing one
admission to the Starlight.
This ticket ivas awarded
to him, and all the 1962
Vernon High School
graduating class, by Irvin
Roche. Garry sjars he
obviously did not use his
theater pass as he still had~
it after all the years.
Thus the drive-in
theater has gone almost
into oblivion as have other
methods of eritertpainnient,
as well as our means
of making a livelihioodl.
I guess this, too, cari
also be attributed to the
S"progress" of man,
See you al1l next week.


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pictorial stories headlined
"This month in history".
The byline under the
heading reads:
June Anniversaries 4
Momentous or
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The six stories -
r`ange from 20 years
lago to 250 years
Sago. .
SPicture No. PE
;4is captionedl ~
as 70years ago. P
The short article
is titled "Rm~ In
The Dark" and the copy
under the picture reads as
follows:
"America's first drive-in
movie theater opens June
6, 1933 in Camden, New
Jersey".
"The whole family is
welcome, regardless of
how noisy the children
are," says its investor,
Richard Hollingsheald,
an auto parts dealer. By
1958 there are 4,000 of
,the outdoor theaters, aka
"ozeners," across the
country. The diriy6-in's
subseqitent decline has `
Been blamed on VCRs,
daylight saving time
and bucket seats."
The Prattler. obtained
, this magazine at a book
sale' at the local library .
a year ago.. Noting that
it is a 2003 issue of
: Smithsonian;. the advent of
the drive-in theater ivould
have celebrated its 76th
''~birthday 'on June 6 of this :
yTear.
'e I'he tyriter does
S: nottecall exactly the
~ first drive-in ~theater
' he attended. As there
fs no one to successful
c :ontr~adict mly memo~ry,I
:;^will state that my first visit
''to such an establishmentt


occurred in Gainesville
while I was a freshmen at .
the University of Florida.
That would have been m
S1947 or 1948.
I do recall that I had a
date, which was
a rarity in~those
days. Even though

already,' 2,500

lsI male studentsadtol ne
IRRY S entered the
IATEuniversity in
ryWls'1947, mostly ex
military men who ;
were coming tp
the school under the GI
Bil. The male-to-female
ratio is unlmown to me,
but a stroll around the
eritire campus would
immediately reveal the
student population was
heavy with male students.
My date came to me
after I had agreed td drive
the' Gainesville girl home
when it developed that
her real date, Al Goodwmn,
a Ponce de Leon boy,
haid the opportunity to
\vork concessions' at a
University of Florida home
game, which required that
he remain in stadium after .
Sthe game was over,
It was a few nights later
that I asked the young
Lady to accompany me to .
the picture show and she
agreed. I think Iremember
her name, but as she is not
~present to defend herself, I
the name will be~ omitted:- :
The movie was a drive-
in. I recall that the little
Sound bodxes placed in thh
vehicle, had much static,.
squawking sounds and
other interference that. -
made it difficult to hear the
things: comnihg fromh the
control system.. -
I further recall that
once the movie ended,


first drive-in movie at that
.location.
Food concessions were
a big part of the revenue
for a drive-in theater. I
recall Maxr telling the
Story of the young man
who operated the movie
projector also had the job .
of hawkinig hamburgers,
cold drinks, popcorn and
other candyi andl crackers.
Without turning his
microphone off, he.would
give out his. list of food
items, including prices
and then could be heard -
to say ''ain't that right Mr.
SMesser?" '
When Hester and I
married in October 1952,
our first home was at the
corner of Fadirland Avenue
and 12th Street itsPanama
SCity. The Bud Dlavis
Drive-In Theater had just
opened for business on
15th Street, which was
only three blocks fromm our
home. The f~cilitly opened
its sound system early i
and belted out country
and pop music prior to the
beginning of the: movie.
The vohuime was obviously
turned wide open,.and .
we could plainly hear the
inusic as we wYorkegl in `
our pahinetto and saind


spur infested undeveloped
;yard. Slint Whitman~ was
the latest rage in the
music world aiid his songs
"Indian' Love Call" aid
"Myr Happiness" are two of
his popular ~nuinhbers from
those years;.
'Two other drive-in
business sprang up, during
sour early years in Panama
City. Gulf Drive-In Theater
was on East 15th Street
and the Springfield area
had The Isle of View
Drive-In.
SWe entertained visitors
early in our marriage by
taking our company to the
drive-in. Each facility had
an intermission where
food could be purchased
Sat their concession stand
and bathroonis were also
available. The sound was
m~ich improved and in .
Slater years, car radios
could be tuned to a closed .
circuit on the theater
premises to receive the
sound.
One of our'earl theater
visits after the arrival
of our first two sons, '
'Iiniothy and Grant, was .
taking~ them with us when
.we attended the musical
~"Tammy,"' starring D'ebbie
Rpyn~ejolds. Grant wa~s not


there was total chaos as
every car on the premises
seemed to want to bie the
first one out the~gate. -
'ihere were horis
blowing, tires screeching,
a lot of yelling and the
entire situation appeared
unruly and downright
dangerous to this country
boy, who wa~s extremely
proud of his first car, a
1940 four-door V8 Ford. .
Su~ffice to say that was my
first and last date with
the young lady, who shall
remain unidentified.
SMy next drive~-in
theater experience came
after flester and I began
dating. I believe th'e
outdoor facility in Geneva, .
~Ala. was Imown as the
Goober Theater. I'm sure
we made many visits .
There ~and I don't recall any
unpleasant experiences. .
:Bonifay enjoyed the .
Luxury of a drive-ini theater
podsibly in thle early 1950s.
Sam Messer opened
one a'~pprox~imately four
miles north of Bonifay on
Highway 79~. Although it
operated manyyears,,I
don't reeU ~ever attending.
Max, being the younger of
the four boys in my family,
possiblyy xperienced his


lesser-valUed naphtha.ITn-
termediate products lothq-
ylene,~ benzene) that are
generated in the process
Share retained in the'team's
inventory for later use. :
Students had six weeks
Sto build their robots and
teams were judged on
robot~~ performance, oral
presentation, table dis-
-iplay,- project.. notebook,
sph-iit'and sportsfmanship.
Five schools in North-


gineering, Scie e and
Technology. *
This year's'com~ijeti-
tion, themed "High O~c-
tane," required' students -
:to design and build a
remote-controlled `robot
that would gather game
liieces to create a ~hypo-
Sthetical .fezel.~ The objec;
tive w~as for teams to col-
lect and. employ comrrion
Molecules (CO2, H201I and
essential? resources ,en-
ergy, catalysts) to coqm-
plete a series of chemical
reactions. The' eventual
gpal is to produce isooc-
Staine, or alternatively, the.


Middle ,School, Ruckel
lMiddle School, Ava-
lon Middle School, Gulf
;Breeze- Middle School,
Hobbs Mliddle School,
Milton High School, Pace
High School, Sims Middle:
School, Woodlawnl Beach
Middle School, and Sea-
side Neighborhood Mid-
dle School.
For ~more information,
visit http://www.uwf.edui
ece/EmeraldCoast B EST/.


lP[NtSgtOLA i WVith a
packed house cheering,
the Emerald Coast BEST
Robotics c~.~ompqtition
w: shirred to a star~t in the
:`_University ofW~e~st Florida
i ield H~ouse. .
;.. The heated competji-
l_'ion played oxit in~ an are-
na as 21 area high schools
S'' and mi~ddl'e schools com-
; peted with their robots, :
all a part of an initiative
'o inspire students to pur-
sue careers in ~engineer-
;.:ing, science and, technol-
:;ogy. Gulf Power Company
;was the niajor sponsor of
B'EST -~ Bops~ting, Eni-


west Florida wera~among
the winners that will ad-
vance to the ~finals ait Au-
:burn Univerdity on: Dlec.
11and 12: WoodlawnAVlid-
dle School,: Miltoh .High
:School, Seaside 19eig~h-
:borhood Middle School,
SAvalon Middle Sch~oo and
.Woodhanti Middle. There
is also a possibility that a
Ssixth team advance to the
fisnals.- that will be an-
nrounced later. `'


This. yar's teams.
came from Merri~tt
Brown Middle. School,
Mowat Middle Sc~ihool,
D~eane- Bozeman ~K-12
School, Bailey 1Vu~iddle
Shool, Bellview Middle
School, Escambia High
.School, Pensacola High
School, a West Florida
IHigh School, Woodham
Mi~iddle 'Scihool, B~ethle- :
e~m K<-12 Schlool, Cotton-
dale High School, ~Pryor


ouTe~o 008ws N 5- SAY WHAT?

.f th ccsgnr U ~ etS Rep. Jeff Miller was one

Asking the president to dsmiss
:Federal education official Kevin
fWC ,t Jennings. There wyere several
looking :responses:
for input I NOV 2012 is coming that will
ansz Ofblack : be a time of cleaning house as
b~tars s in the WHITE HOUSE" HCV

me~nt : "Why I am surprised at the
bigotry shown is this letter, I do
not know. What hateful, judg-
ALSO ONLINE- mental, discriminatory remarks.
*I still cannot wrap my mind
.EDITORIAL* ar '"ound educated people being
EDITOIALSAND so prejudiced as to spread.
LETTERS TO THE : slander and lies just to try and
EDITOR :argue their point. Maybe that
: is the issue. `They are NOT
SPORTS : educaited, or at least not intel-
:lieit.--- wow

"And to think, our president
Appointed this man-i"- Joe
Creamer

j"Hope all you Democraps are
happy for voting for this man,
: clearly he has no idea how to
be ari effective leader. There
are more and more examples
every day." Chipley Girl


Drive-ins formed memorable part of local entertainment scene


Robots- teaqhstdents c~he~Is try and teamwork


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so deeply. saddened by losing Terry, we
know that our loss is heaven's gain.
Thanks so much for 9ll of your kindness
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Jacob Gilmore, vice presi-
dent of Purchasing and Fi-
nance at Gilmore Services.
"By shredding over 11 tons
of personal documents, we
are one step closer to pro-
tecting our local citizens
from fraud."
To help encourage
consumers to shred un-
needed old documents
'to keep them out of the
hands of identity thieves,
BBB added a contest give-
away for the individual
who brought the oldest
document shredded dur-
ing the event. Gayle MVc-
Gill brought a real estate
mortgage certificate from
1912 to Panama Clity and
Jimmy Jenkins brought a


bank statement,from 1979
to Marianna. Each won a
Black & Decker personal
shredder.
"Identity theft contin-
ues to be the most com-
mon case of fraud reported
to the Federal Trade Com-
mission each year,". said
Norman Wright, president
and CEO of youir BBB.' "It
is- critical that conslum-
ers become proactive in
protecting their identity
by r Iesponsibly destroy-
ing nonessential personal
documentss"
-For additional in'form~a-
tion and advice y~ou can
trust on protecting yowi-
self against identity theft,
start with bbb.org.


On Saturday, Oct. 17,
t~he Better Business Bu-
reau Foundation held an-
other successful Secure
Your ID Day event at
three locations throughout
Northwest Florida Pen-
sacola, Panama City and at
the new Gilmore Services
facility~in Marianna.
Throughout northwest
Florida;,6i63 people brought
an estimated 22,150 pounds
of sensitive :documents to
be responsibly destroyed
by Gilmore Services and
received information about
protecting themselves
from identity thieves.
"We are excited to con-
tinue to be a part of this
unportant event," said


PONCE DE LEON -- On Saturday Timo-
thy James Seaboch completed his Eagle
Scout Project. With the help of Scout
Troop 82 of Panama~ City he installed
six new park benches at Ponce De Leon
Springs State Park.
Seaboch had previously cut ~and
drilled the materials to create bench
kits and troop members assembled the
benches on a previous work day. The
liew benches provide additional seating
and handicap accessible seating to the
park. The entire troop worked hard as
they encountered several large roots
and ~other debris during~the installation.
The benches were being used even be-
.fore the~ troop had completed the proj-
ect.
Mid South Lumber, Boyette and
Casey Hardware, Daffin's Supply, Su-
perior Septic & Sewer, Sun Trust Bank,
People's First Bank, Emmaus Man Hour
Group, Emmaus Churcfi members, the
State Park~ Service, gnd BSa Troop 82
' Were supporters of this pr~oject.


For the week .ending
O~ct. 9, 3009:
*Florida s '. Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$10,321c~ompared to $11,498
.last week and $10,337 a
year ago. 'Corppared to
last week; slaughter cows
steady to~ $2 lower; bulls
$1-2 lower; .feeder steers
Mostly $11ower; heifers $1-
3 lower; replacement cows
Mostly steady.i~th Lietd

Au~ctions: Re'ceipts in 25
markets -totaled ~$10,859
compared to $10,450 last
Week and 59.807 a y~ear ago.
-Compared to one week :
.ago; slaughter cows and
bulls $1-3 lowrer;l feeder
steers and steer calves $3-
5 lower; heifers and heifer


calves $2-4 lower; replace-
ment cows $2-3 lower.
*Alabama Livestock
Auctions: Receipts' totaled .
$17,:200 compared $15,741 a
week ago and $14,495 a year
ago. Compared to a week
ago; slaughter cows $2-3
lower and bulls $1-2 lower;
feeder steers and bulls $2- -
3 lower, an~d feedet- heifers, ~
$3 lower; trade on moder-
ate -with light to moder-
ate demand, replacement
cows and pairs steady to
$50 per head lower.
Iveder Steers: ~Me-
dillm a& Large Frame No.
1-2
: 300-400 lbsr:FL $93 122
---G 97-125 AL $;95-
12't2
400-500 lbs.: .FL $84-107


.- GA $85-105-- AL $86-
112
'~:500-6001b6s.: FL$75-93
GAS 581-93 AL $77-95
IFeeder Heitfers: 1Me..
dium & Large~ Fra me No.
1-2
.300-4100 lbs.: 'FL $80-100
-- GA' $718-05 --, AL $84-
103
400-500 lbS.: FL $71-90
- GA $72-92 ---AL $76;-92
500-600 lbs.: FL $68-82
- GA $70-85-;AL $72-85
Slaughter Cowrs: ~90
Percent Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL $24-41
--- GAJ $36-416 AL $37-40)
Slaughter Bulls: :Yield
Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2.100: lbs.:: FI;
'$46.50-57 --GA $52-63 --AL
$52-56


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washington County News | A7


Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Local


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"fMO is a rare and special
wPoIlf We call him the .
little Wz~Olfthat could."

-- Cynthia Watkins


be ered will be plenty
of .hands-on-activities for
eg aeren,heinclu cast. n
contests, woodcraft activi-
Refreshments and prizes.
Admission is $5 per
.perso~n per day or $8 for
~both days, includes adt-
mission into the gun and
Imnife show. Kids under
age 12 admitted free of
charge. All proceeds help
support the Chamber's
mission of economic de-
velopment and business
growth,
Sponsorship and exhib-`
itor information is avrail'-
able at weexpo.org, e-mail
info@weexpo.org or caH
638-4157. Space is Iinmted.


wee teldb a inf c
er burying tainted meat
uri te len, buitlttles M
h~e was tiny at first, but is
now growing normally."
"Mo is a rare and; spe-
cial wolf,",she said. "We
call him the little wolf that
could.
Mo is learning how, to
work with people. "There
is just a small window, of
opportunity to imprint hu-
man behavior on .a wolf
puppy used for educa-
.tion," aarid Mo is getting
more and more comfort- .
able around people.
For information abotit
the preserve, go to www.
seacrestwolfpreserve.
orgn


Sunday, noon 5 p.m.
Visitors will enjoy a
variety of demonstra-
tions, exhibitions, a wild-
.life taxidermy display and
even live aniimal shows.
The gun and knife shoit
features a select grouiftof
vendors with handguns,
rifles, knitres, ammunition,
and holstering equipment
will be on hand.
.A concealed weapons
permit courses will .also


Agriculture and Other..
The Each- student maay
enter a total of five photos
into th6 contest, but there
is a~ imnit of one photo per
catkgory.
A: panel ~of judges wil.
select three over-all .win-
ne s from all' contest en-
Strie~s. First Place Overvall
will receive a cash prize of
$15, second Place Over-all
w~ill deleive a cash prize of
$~50pindT~hird Place Over-
Sall w~ill receive $25.
.Fi~rst place winners w~vill
be chiosen in each catego-
ry airid awarded a prize, to
be $etermined at a later
date. A "Best in Show"


of .Commerce office lo-
cated at 672 5th Street in
Chipley or mailed to EO.
Box 457, Chipley, Florida
32428. Entries should be
in an envelope marked
"Outdoor Expo Photogra-
phy Conte'st" along .with
ag3e ~group and category.
A complete list of rules
and entry forms may be
picked up; at the Wash-
ington .County Chamber
Of Commerce office from
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday. For
more information, please
contact Candace Croft at
263-3231 or e-mail ceroft@
westflorida.coop.


prize will be deterrinied
by a'vote of the people at-
tending the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce's November Third
Thursday meeting on Nov.
19 at. 7:30 a.m. at Patillo's
in the Washington-Holmes
Technical Center. .
Winners wvill be an-
notinced at the ~Washing-
ton Comity Otitdoor Expo
on ~Nov. 21. All' photos en-
tered in the corytest will be
on display durm~g the Out-
door Expo.
Entry deadline is Nov.
2 at 5 p.m,.,Entries may be
dropped off at the Wash-
ington County Chamber


CHIPLEY A photogra-
phy contest wrill be held
in conjunction with the
Washington County ~Out-
door Expo taking place
Nov. 21-22, at the Wash-
ington County Ag Center.
All contest entrants must
he students in Washington
County ---public, private
or home schooled and age
seven to eighteen. .
There are two age
groups to chobse fiom: 7-
12 year of age and 13-18
years and five caitegories:
Wildlife, Nature/Land-
scapes, Outdoor Actiiri-
ties/Recreation/People
Enjoying the Otitdoors,


Waiusclu UM( .
Homecoming
The Waitsau United
Methodist Church will
celebrate its 104th~ Home
coming celebration on
Oct. 25. The Rev. Sheldon
Simmons will be guest
speaker at the 11 a.m.
service. Take a favorite
covered dish to share
lunch will be served in the


!felldwship hall following
miornping wor~ship.

(OUnty COURcil 00
A~ing free meal5 -
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on AQg-
ing prepares home cook
meals twice a month. The
meal will be served on (ct.
28. You must be 60 or older
and a Washington County


resident. To be eligible to
participate we~ must have
an up-to-date intake form.
Please call~ us if you plan
to attend. Other activities
this month include: Home
Cooking on Oct. 28 at 11:30
a.m.
SRSVP if you~ plan to
attend any of the above
activities by calling the
Washington County Coun-
cil on Aging at 638-6217..


Wausou PHC
Homecoming
Wausau Pentecostal
Holiness Church will hold
its Homecoming service
on Nov. 1.
A coveted dish lunch
will be served following
morning worship and the
Tribute Quartet will be in
concert starting at 1:30
p.m.


Ourt~door Expo GUH
a: nd- Knife Shlow
M~o will be~ part of the
Sejacrest presentation
at 'the inaugural Out-
door Expo and Gun and
Knife : Show, sponsored
by Washington County
Chamber of Comm~erce
on! Nov. 21-22 at the W~ashi-
in ton County Ag Center
in IChip~ley. Hours are Sat- .
ur a~y, 9 a.m. 6 p.mr. and


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food supply with biologi-
cal weaponry aimed at
U.S. crops and animals.
Though possessing less
conventional weaponry
than the U.S., our enemies
may stop at nothing to dis-
rupt American lives and
commerce by poisoning
our imported and even
Our domestic food sources
with readily accessible
pathogens and diseases.
More vigilance is~ need-
-edd at our ports where,1ess
than five percent of all im-
ported fobds are inspect-
ed.-
After her speech,
Pritchard answered ques-
tions in preparation forheri
upcoming national F~A
public speaking contest.
She has also been chosen
as the FEA's representa-
tive to Chine from Florida -
and will be traveling to
China: in that position.
Georgeann Smith was
introduced by Elainie
`Chadwell as the newest
member of the Chipley
K~iwanis Club. Smith ma~-
ages the Regions Barik in
Chipley.


5M 11let Labelsfo Ed 'ti~
K IPHEY-Katee thEl-e Kte~ Smith I ee tr:
ementary is collecting labels Campbell's soups, Camp-
to earn free merchandise bell's Select Harvest soups,
such as computers, audio/ Campbell's Supper Bakes
visual equipment, physical meal kits, SpaghettiOs Pas-
education equipment, refer- ta (Original and Meathall),
ence books, musical instru- Campbell's beans, gravies,
ments, or even a mini-van, and canned pasta, Prego
simply by collecting Camp- Italian sauces, Swanson
be~llUPCs and sending them stocks, broths and canned
to Kate Smith Elementary. poultry, V8 vegetable juic-.
"This year our goal"is es, V8 Splash juice drinks,
to collect 3,000 points, and V8 Fusion juice drinks, V8
we're asing the connunuity soups. Camlpbelfs tomato
to help." said A4yshia Ei4 juice. Pepperidge Farm
Hatcher the coordinator foip breads. cooki~es, and frozen
Kate Sm~ith Elemecntan3'S products. Pepperidge Farm
Labels for Edu~cation pro- Goldfish lcracker~s. Campbell
.gram. "If we work together, Foodservice products.
we cand build better schools Labels for Education is
for pur children." also adding new _partnler-
Simply save product ships, programs, reolurces
UPCs from any of the fof, and incentives to help! gen-
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products and send them to. school.


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Oct. 13, Ted Everett, exec-
utive director of the Cham-
ber of Commerce, and 191-
cole Barefield, publisher
Sof the Washington County
Newos, presented a preview
of The Washington County
Outdoor Expo Gun &Xnife
Show. The event is sched-
uled for Saturday, Nov 21,
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and
Sunday, Nov. 22, noon to 5
p.m., at the Ag Center on
Hwy 90 in Chipley.
The Expo will feature
plenty of hands-on activi-
ties for children including
BB gun, archery and cast-
Sing contests, as well as
woodcraft, and lots of food,
refreshments and prizes.
The entire family will
enjoy exhibits of wplves,
big' cats, and even birds
'of prey flying overhead.
Exhibits cover a range of
sport and leisure activities
including huntirig, fishing,
and boating. .
Hunters are invited
to bring their taxidermy
~specimens forjudging and
awards. .
For the, more serious
safety conscious: attendee,
a sanctioned coricealed
weapons course will be of-
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.Laura Joiner welcome new Kiwanian Georgeann
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638-4157 to reserve a seat
in one of the three planned
classes. ,
Cost is $5 per person,
per day or. $8 for both
days, children 12 and. un-
der admitted free. AdmiS-
:sion` guarantees access
to the area's prem~ier gun
&' knife show, featuriflg a
select groisp "of vendors
with handguns, rifles,
`Imives, ammruniltion and
holstering equipment. ~At-
tendees are urged to take
one canned food -item for
'the local foo0d pantries in
Washington Couilty
The Outdoor Expo, is
a fundraiser to help 'tie


Washington County Cham-
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it mission of economic de-
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`Member Kim Wl-
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Pritchard, Florida's cur-
rent state' president
the: Fliture F~armers of
America (FFA), who has
~won the FEA state public
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speech "Where Were You
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Holmes County falls to Bozeman 41-21


CHIPLEY VS. MCCLAY


BONIFAY MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTION1


5, 1-5), scoring tvdo of their
touchdowns from 10 and 18
yards. He, also had a 27-yard
touchdown pass to Timothy
Benton in the3 second quar-
ter
"We just needed to keep
scoring tonight because Mlr.
Concepcion can change a
game very time he touches
the ball," Tillman said.
SConcepeion was held in
check for most of the game
by a tenacious Bucks' de-
fense that intercepted him
once, barely missed on' three
other chances, and sacked
him twice on the fir~t three
plays of the second half.


JOSH WEINFUSS
FloridaFreedFomNewspapers
SAND HILLS -- Bozeman
won Friday night's game
against Holmes County al-
most five hours before it
started. ,
The Bozeman booster
club surprised the Bucks
with brand new,' stop-sign
red uniforms for the night's
Red Out at a 2 p.m. pep rally.
It was an early Christmas
present, Bozeman coach
Loren Tillman said. And if a
calendar wasn't nearby, the
weather felt like it was late
December.


The Bucks (3-4, 2-3) treat-
ed the new uniforms like
gifts, barely getting them
dirty in Bozeman's 41-21 win
over the Blue Devils in atjis-
.trict 1-1A game.
"They're playing the way
we expected them to play be-
cause they're healthy," Till-
man said.
Friday was the Bucks'
third straight win after start-
ing the season 0-4. Bozeman
scored on its first foui pos-
sessions, almost out of ne-
cessity
Holmes County quar-
terback Jomnar Concepcion
carried the Blue Devils (1-


But the senior broke
loose for a 46-yard run mid-
way through the fourth quar-
ter, helping pad his 112 yards
on 19 carries. He was 5 for 15
passing for 9'2 yards. No oth-
er Blue Devil had more than
4 yards rushing.
"That's. the way it is ev-
ery week," Holmes County
coach Al Simmons said. "For
us to win, he has to hit every
pass."
Bozeman's six touch-
downs were its most since
last season's final game
against Eagle Nest, and it
See HOLMnES Al0


JAMES BAILEY | Special to the HCTA/WCN
Clint Forehand brings down a Bozeman runnier
Friday night.


SUBMITTED PHOTO


JAY FELSBERG Managing Editor
Johnny Watford spins inside a Maclay defender Friday night.


little thingS maffef oS Clipley wins homecoming game 14-13


Tigers a 14-13 Homecoming~ Jared Bozarth s.kick miak- ~ Bozarth's extra point. The
win. It wyas~ Chipley's second ing it 7-0. IV~aclay came back .Marauders then put together
win of the year to make the with 11:37 left in thehalf when their own drive the ended with
Tigers 2-5on the year.Maclay the Marauders converted a a one-yard touchdown run by
fell to 2-3. blocke~dpuntinto atoucildown Lee Williams. Then came t~he
The blocked kick came off; to tie the score at the half. blockedcd kick to seal the Chi-
of a set play, Armstrong said.' Chipley took` the. second pley win.
"We put our three big guys half, kickoff to the SMaclay "We did some good things
in: the middle and push the seven before turning the ball to win the game when it came
guard," he said. -"It worked over on a fumble, buit stopped~ down to it," Armstr'ong said.
great." a Maiclay drive on a Johnny The Tigers travel to Mari-
Early on itlooked like Chi- Watford intereptioni Later anna next Friday for district
pley would dominate as the `in the fourth quarter the Ti- matchup.
Tigers score on a 17-yard run gers put together a six-pla): More photo coverage on-
by Shoiiquelle Swain with 5:55 drive closed out by Swain's line at chipleypaperccom and
left in the first quarter, with four-yard touchdown rimand bonifayjnow.'com.


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg~chipleypoper~com
CHIPLEY "Little things
matterr" Coach Rob- Arm-
strIong told his jubilant Chi-
pley Tigers after the game
Friday night. "Likze an extra
point."
'ltuer words were never
spoken as Preston Wilson and
John Teal led the charge that
blocked a Maclay extra point
attempt with 55 secondSaleft
in the g~athie to gli' the host


000011105S sOn th6

road to Snealds, 12-0
From staff reports
SNEADS The Sneads Pirates got two
touchdowns from Mark Lawson and shut
out visiting Vernon 12-0 Friday night. It
was the first time the Jackets have been
shut out all season.
The game was a 0-0 tie at halftime be-
fore the Pirates got untracked with a six-
play, 66-yard drive finished up by a three- PHOTOS BY JAMES BAILEY | Special to the HCTA/W~CN
yard touchdown run by Mark Lawson with A Team (leFt)- BMS I 4 Freeport 0; B Team (right): BMS 8 Freeport 0
8:50 left in the third quarter. Terrance
Pittman's interception of Vernon's Dylan
Lee se ud Law ons second ouchow VICTOR;Y: Liberty County beats Graceville 35-16
quarter.
Vernon threatened after shanked punt From staff reports the victory, while the Tigers Jacky Miles to Chris Works, Liberty County put the game
gave the Jackets the ball at the Pirates' 47 fell to 1-5. with Miles two-point conver- away with another touchdown.
as the fourth quarter opened, but the drive BRISTOL The Liberty The home standing Bull- sion making it 21-8. The Bull- Graceville goes on the road
was halted on downs at the Sneads 16-yard County Bulldogs took an easy dogs opened with three dogs scored again to make it this Friday against Jefferson
line. 35-16 victory over Graceville straight touchdowns before 28-8 at thehalf. County in District 1-1B action.
Vernon (4-3) travels to South Walton Friday night in Bristol. Liberty Graceville responded with a Miles scored on a 12-yard Jeff County easily defeated
Friday night. County improved to 5-1 with 20-yard touchdown pass from run to make it 28-16 before Cottondale 53-14 Friday night.


SPORTS


A
Section


Bonfay Middle takes

conference crown

JAY FELSBERG
Managing E~ditor
afelsberg~chipleypope:r.com
BONIFAY "That was the ugliest ~win all
season," said an exhausted Bonifaiy Middle
School Coach Devoh1 Miles Thursday. Ugly
or not, Miles. and the Lady Devils were.
happy to 'take a 32-27 win over scrappy
Grand Ridge to win the Tri-County Confer-
ence championship.
It was the closest game the undefeated
Lady Blue Devils had all season. "The next
closest was 22 points," Miles said. The A
team went' 16-0 for the season and the B
team went 12-0, with Bonifay cruising
through the playoffs to the finals.
"I've coached for 12 years and this is
the first time I had two teams undefeated,"
Miles said. "They are the hardest working
kids I ever coached."
The Lady Devils had to playr hard, be-
cas hrand Rdh e yaelan pl as e dlsseo
holdn a 14-all tie late in the first half bel
fore Bonifay eased away to an 18-14 half-
time lead. ~
It hpeedo Bh viiostrhat te ewere 1
thrs le Gd RnBoifyo t a vru
tre on Grand Rdge.
Bonifay began pulling away getting a
32-22 lead with- 3:03 left in the game before
Grand Ridge chipped away ini a late come-
back, but could get no closer thari five
points down. .
Hannah Howell scored 14 points to
lead Bonifay before she fouled out. Cierra
Blaine, Jessica Belser and Davin Miles
each scored four points.
"We had to dig down and play defense,
defense, defense," said Blaine, who has
been on the A team for three years.
"To g undef ~ted you have to be battle






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was the second consecutive
game against Holmes County
that the Bucks scored 40 or
more.
Senior running back Tyler,
Grier ran for two touchdowns
on runs of 2 and 6 yards, and
caught a 33-yard score from
quarterback 'Itavis Register
that was tipped at the line
of scrimmage and landed in -
Grier's hands. Another early
Christmas present.
Now that Grier and Boz-
eman's offensive line are
healthy, he's been the Bucks'
workhorse agaih. He had 182
yards on 33 carries, efforts that
even made Tillman smile.
But Bozeman didn't just
win on the ground.' Register


was 10 of 16 for 154 yards, an~d
almost had another 25 yards
on a beautiful throw .that he
lofted over the cornerback and
into the hands of Greg We'atly-
ers, who couldn't hold onto it
near the sideline.
Register ran for two touch-
downs, as well.
Joey Brannen ran for a 2-
yard TD to cap a 21-point first
quarter for Bozeman. He fin-
ished utith 35 yards on eight
carries.
Bozeman is scheduled to
wear all blue Friday against
Freeport, but Tillman said he
Doesn't want to retire the reds
just yet.
"It gave us our spark to-
.night," he said.


First quarter

BOZ: Re ister 14 run (Brannen kick), 7:37
BOZ: Grier 2 run (Brannen kick), 4:22

HC: Conce dion 18 run (Bailey kick), 3:08
BOZ: Brannen 2 run (Brannen kick), :40


21 14 6 0- 41

SSecond quarter

BOZ: Grier 33 pass from Register (Brannen kick), 11:32

HC: Benton 27 pass from Concepcion (Bailey kick), 10:07
BOZ: Grier 6run (Brannen kick) 1:52


FOUrth quarter

HC; Concepcion 10 ruln (Bailey kick), 7:46


BOZ: Re ister 1 run (kick failed), 8:40


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.College: and Wi~ashinlgton
Holmnes Technical Cen-
:ter.. Hole sponsorships
are also~ available for $100
each. For more informa-
tion call Debbie Mc/cCrary
at 638-4436 or Tammy
Dean at 48-8802:

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.(ll.I SPMIRS preferably annually."*
Statff'riter Beginning in their early 20s,
rrws@chipleyppo 'she said that women should be
ope ypopr~com aware of the benefits and limita-
HIlPLEY Northwest Flor- tions of breast-self examination.
~da Community Hidspital held "Women should know how.
.Pg;s~eminar for Breast Cant~er .their -breasts. normally feel o
Awbareness in its cafeteria; on arid report any 'breast changes*
Oct. 16 promptly to their health care
Guest speaker was Dr. Alka .providers,"' she said.
Wells, board certified diagnostic She explained the impor-
ra~diologist and director ofWom- tance of various aspectss of a

An '!I eacomp ete e seoai ,"oioning is key to get as*
Education wvith a Bachelor of much breast tissue examined .
Arts 'degree in biology* complet- as possible: tissue must be com-
Sed four years in medical school; pressed to allow the x-ray beam
ciipleted oeya of inten to pe~netrate the tissue," Wells.
com';i oeine yer mpern- said. "Hand holds are there to *
four years in diagnostic radiol- helpj you stay in-position and*.
ogy; and I am boani certified bjy .prevent -movement; these ma- .
Shines are state of the art to' pre-
the American College of Radi- *
ology after passiplg two written enr an mc cmpeso ty
boards and one oral board ex-auoaclyreascmpe.
amintion" Wels sid. %u'msion automatically after film is
probably wondering Why any of obtained "
this is important foryou toknoow She said a common fear is
and that's because you should that this would cause damage
always know the credentials to breast implants, which she
of those wiho will be exmiin assured that they do not.
you." The most common excuses
Wells said.ithat during th~e ~fr not cormid i for breast ex-
presentation sh8 Tirould be re- ams are: "'m too young" ~and
viewing cormnonly asked ques- "They're painful."
tion, statistics and all-around --If you have a family~ history,
facts pertaining to ~breast, can- talk to your health provider to .
cer awareness.- determine when you should
Trhe'first-question 'presented. start screenings it may be before
Swas "why screen for breat can- you're .40 years old," she said.
cer?"."Sahedule the test before your p
S'lIh the absence, of a known period, when your breast tend .
,. 'pnientable' cause ,of bitadt to be less sensitive and we have GI
'';atad~r the single most impor-. the Softer 'luch niammogram, Al
Stahttfaictor iri reducinigdeaithatld no~t thie hard, cold plates you've dir
'ext~elit of treatment required is seen beforee" di
I,eadly'd~'etectio n through screen- Some more compnon excus- Se
:ing," she said. "Yearlyi mamtno- es arb "I'm too busy," "It's n'ot '
grams are recorhtnended start- in my familyr" and."I do self-ex-
.inig at the age of 40 and annual ams." sel
'clnical breast exams (CBE) ''It takes 15 minutes as op- reI
should be performed prior to posed to the many years that gr
mainmography." . - : inay be invrolved geCtti~ng treated for
She said that pBEs shouldl fqr breast cancer the only rea-
be a part of a owli~an' regularly; .son it would take longer is if the she
periodic health extra. ,$ati~jnt bef;~or you may haves to ce!
"AI~i should be gabut. ev- ~be told they had Ijreast cancer fac
ery three yeat fof- women in and you'd want the saime cour- rec
the = l20s and 308- and asymp- tesyof timle if itwereyol," Wells up
,~tonia~tic women' ages 40~ and said. "Th6 biggekt,risk factors
olderi should d contihue to un- are fot far~iilhifhitoi'ybut being wh
dergo a clinical breast exainm Emale sind get tiiolder. m


NorthwEest Florida Communit Hospital CEO Pat
Schlenker (right) talks with sta~ members manning
exhibits at the seminar
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cility :is certified by the FDA;
does the facility have the abil-
'ity to work up your breast
.disease if you have abnor-
rnalities; are the personnel
qualified and trained in their
'field; is there a board certified
radiologist reading your ex-
ams: do they have state of the
'art, equipment; do they h~ave
digital mammography.
"'Td like to brag that we've
met all these criteria at
NFCH," she said. "I couldn't
be happier to say that we've
got the new Soft Touch mam-
mogramr to make this process
a little bit more comfortable."
Wells concluded with a
wrap-up of good breast health
-ae
"Breast health is a team
approach; it requires you to
tell your doctor about chang-
es in your breasts and yroui-
doctor performs an exam and
correlates all your complaints
with your current health state
and risk factors with his/her
expertise," she said. "A radi-
ologist evaluates you with im-
aging tailored to your problem
aind diagnoses abnormalities
and the surgeon removes the
lesion if necessary."
Fbr more information
consult your health care pro-
videt. ~~. '


bTOS BY CECILIA SPEdR'S |'Staff wrier
uest speaker was Dr. -
ka Wells, board certified
agnostic radiologist and .
rector of Women's Imaging
!rvices, NFCH '
She said that it's good to do
Ifexaminations, but with the
gular breast exam there is a
eater chance of catching it be-
e it's big enough to feel.
Pick and stick with a facility,
e said, this will keep the prio-
ss running smoothly as one
ility will have all your past
cord1s and will be able to keep
whith your history
Some things to keep in mind
len, picking your facility is:
ak sure you knolw if your fa-


Ebro Greyhound Park
will host the "Dog-Gone
Music Festival" on Satur-
day, Oct. 24, on the' infield
of the track. Live music fea-
turinig six bands will start at
11~a.m. An~d continue until
dark. Planned as a family
outing, there will be activi-
ties for the kids, food venl-
dors and BBQ. beveraites
of your choice, a raffle for
a guitar. door prizes, and
much more.,.bring your
lawn ebairs or-blankets and


relax to variety of livremu- Crossfire.Eand Cobalt Stone,
sic. along with~a Johnny Cash
Tickets are available at triblite and some folk music
the gate beginnng at 10O too. Music has been coor-
a.m., or in advance from dinated .through~ Gatortrax
Indigo Day Spa in Chip~ley, Productions..
Lietz Music .in Panama There will be a special
City, Pink Flamingo An-- appearance by :Burnie
tiques inLynn Haven and Thompson host of "The
'Surf Style Shops inPanam1a Burnie Tompdon Show"
City~ Beach, Destin aind! t. :on Talk Rdio 101.1 FM.
Walton Beach. pe is a champion for her-
Featured 'regionally, Sonal freedom and respon-
kn~own bands include Herd sibility: Burnie is a military
of 'lrtnles. Brew Eyed,Dog. veteran, h~s taught at the


college-level and is a free-
lance columnist in addition
to his radio show. His ap-
proach: to the world is not
about winning arguments,
but about pursuing the
whether the subject is
current events or slice-of-
life issues.
Admission isi $10 each
virth children under 12 free.
1)ogs on a: leash are wel-
come and there is plenty. of
parking with a special'area
for bikers. RV' spaces are


available on the" grounds
and nearby for those stay-
ing more than the after-
noon. There will be a cov-
ered stage oriented s'o that
the crowd can move indoors
if weather interferes' with
the infield.pljan. In addition
to the concert, the Ebro Si-
mulcast Network and Poker
SRoom will bebpen for those
so inclined, but greyhound
racing is cancelled all day
so those attending the con-
cert can enjoy the infield.


Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

Baby Bash 2009
BONIFAY Holmes
County Health Iqepart-
ment will be sponsor a
community yard 'sale
Saturday Nov. 14, from 8
a~m. to noon at the First
Baptist Church annex.
This yard sale is for baby
Sand children's items only.
Vendors keep all proceeds
they make.
'Ib participate and re-
sro'e atalesop j at
Department and pick up a
registration form by Oct. 6
or call 547-8500, extension
249.
The charge to partici-
p ~ate is onepackiofdiapers.
You may drop them off at
the health department
or bring them the day of
the event. Infomation
re~garding Kidcare, Ea3m-
ily Planning, Medicaid'
Stat ad oteM cide {
services will be made
available during the Baby
Bash. There will also be
re ishents.

CRP rentall paymentS
GAINESVILE D~ebra
Fblsom,--- Acting State
Executive directorr for
USDA'S Farm :Service
Agency in Florida ~today
announced that starting
today, USDA will begin is-
Ssuing $2,599,973 in Conser-
vation Reserve Program
crisp) : payments to eli-
gible producers in Florida.
More than $1~.7 billion in
CRP payments are being
mnade on 31 million acres
across the: country.
The' payments an-
no~unced today are arinual
.rental payments' earned
on the. 66,363 acres en-
roled inhle CRP including
the Conservation Reserve
Enhancement Program
and Continuous Sign-UP
Program fiscal year 2009.
Producer's holding 1.517
contracts on 1.250 farms
will receive an average
of $2,.079.98 per farm or
$39.18 per acre. The num-
her of contracts is higher
than the number of farms
because producers may
have multiple contracts
on a single farm.
For more information
on CRFE producers should
contact their local Farm
Service A~gency- (FSA) of~-
fi'ce or visit FSRs Web site
at: http://wwmsa.usda.


Chicken Purleu time'
BEITHLEHEM Old-time
Chicken Plurleu will be
served 4-8 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 5, at Carmel Assem-


,dPwa w7 y Od
soThde st is $6 per pe -
There will fellowshipwit
friends and neighbors and
gospel music. The Put'leu
is available for those who
want to dine-in or- take
theirmealhome. -

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Michael Kriser from th~e Auto C~linic and Mi~e
Bowyer, WHTC Automotive Se'rvice technician
JInstructor.
MARIANN M~ichael Krsb, owe of the Auto Clinic
of Marianna, donated $5,6000 worth of Mitichel R~Tepair
Manuals t'o the WHTC Automotive Service Technology
Program.: For decades, automotive technicians have
Relied on the MJit~chell R~epair lManuals to navigate their
whay through automotive repairs. It's hard to find a re-
pair shop aInywhere inl North America that doesn't have
a collection of' M~itchell Repair manuals. This donation
wrill help the Au~tomotive Senice Technology~ Program
provide the realistic training needed by students.



'` 2009 Chautauqual Vineyards
and Winery Harvest Festival.
The annual Harvest Festival event is
scheduled for Oct. 24 fram 9 a.m. 6~ p.m'i in
DeFuniak Spr ing s m yi the- corner o~f Hig hway
331 and Iriterstate 10.
The featured entertainment is Smokin' Rodeo
from 10 a.m:-1:30 p.m. and' local favorite
Jones and Company.ffrqm 2-6 p.m.
Local cra ters will be on display fr your
enjoyment. Vendors welcome. .
For more ~information, call 850- 89-2-5887 or
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wednesday, October 21, 2009


MARIANNA Edd So-
renson, a Jackson County
resident, businessman,
and cave diving enthusiast
has been named Springs
Champion for 2008-09 by
the Blue Springs Workoing
Group.
'Sorenson retired from
an excavation and con-
struction business in Port-
land, Ore. His love for cave
diving and J;ackson Blue
Spring brought him to
Jackson County in August
of 2003. He lives on Mer-
ritt's Mlillpond. The need
for,diving.supplies w~as the
stimulus that caused Edd
to open Cave Adventurer's
Dive Shop-
He~ is the~ NSS/CDS
safety director for the pari-
handle and the' IUCRR
body~ recovery diver for
Sthe panhandle. ,
Edd has devoted count-
le~ss houts to exploring and
Snapping the have systems
that lead to Jackson Blue
and~ the other six springs


pay their diving fees at So-
renson's place of business
instead of the sheriff's of-
fice. Edd provides this ser-
vice without compensation
to accommodate divers.
At least twice a year, he
hosts a Customer Appre-
ciation and Demo Day at
Blue Springs Recreational
Park. This event brings in
divers from many south-
easternstates and occa-
sionally from other coun-
tries.
Sorenson also does
speaking engagements on
cave diving. He has spoken
-at many local civic groups
and schools and has done
several shows on Chipola
College cable TV
SAccording to ~BSWG
coordinator Allan Tidwell,
'cEdd Sorensqn is exiem-
plary in his advocacy and
guardianship of JacksoQn
County's treasured first
magnitude Blue Spring.
Unequivocally, he is ouir
Springs Champion."


sian Gulf After
." completing his
fleet tour, he was

ing Field, in Milton,
as a fsighdto Wistru-
tor' in the T-34C.
ENDuring his tenure
DDN as flight instructor
ID WhiddenI amassed
More ;than 3,000
instructor flight hours and
flew with more than 1,500
student naval aviators.
He completed his com-
mand tour at NAS Whiting .
Field, then transferred to
the Navail Reserve Center
in Pensacola in support of
the Chief of Niaval Educa-
tion and Training.
Capt. Whidden lives in
DestinwRith his wife Kathy.
They have two ,children,
a son, Jeremy,' at: Auburn
UVniversity and daughter,
J~essica, who is a schol-
arship' softball player at
Spring Hill College in Mo6-
bile.
Whidden ts active in the
Destin 'community, pres-
ently serving on the City
-of Destin Local Planning
Argency and the Destin.'
Area Sports Comrmission ;
He is also a member of
the Desti~n Area Chamber
.of Commerce;, Okaloosa -
C~ounty C~ertified :Emer-
:gency; Response '('eam
ICERT), Destin Business
Netwrorking International
Auburn Club.


.DESTIN After
31years on the U.S.
Navy payroll, Cap-
tain Ken Whidden
elected to retire
from the naval ser-
vice effective Oct:
1, 2009. He is a na-
tive of Northwest W
Florida, growing W
up in Chipley.
Capt. Whidden enlisted
.in the U.S. Navy in' 1978
at the rank of seaman
recruit, completing' boot
camp in Orlando. After re-
cruit training, he. complet-
ed Electronics' Technician
A school at NTC Great
Lakes, Ill. He then trans-
ferred to NTC Orlando
for 19avy Nuclear Power
School where he qualified
as a nuclear power reac-
tor operator at the ag'e of
20.
During his studies
at Navy Nuclear Power
School, Whid~den ap-
plied for and received an
NROTC scholarship to
attend Auburn Uniiversity.
After graduating from
`Auburn University with a
degree in Aviation Man-
agement, he attended U.S.
Navyr Flight Training in
Pensacola, where he re-
ceived the: wings of' gold of
a naval adiator.
Following his training
in the SH-3 Sea King he-
licopter, he flew missions
overseas throughout the
M~editerranean and Per-


HIlPOLA PHOTO
Edd .Sorenson, a Jackson County resident,
businessman, and cave diving enthusiast has been
named Springs Champion for 2008-09. by the Blue
Springs Working Group. Pictured from left, are:
Working Group coordinator Allan Tidwell, Edd
Sorenson and is fter Gary orenson.


that discharge into Mer-
ritt's' Millpond. Edd gives
a cave exploration report
at each quarterly work-
ing grottp meeting and
each year at Old .Timer's
Day;. whichis held 'at Blue


Springs Recreational
Park. Last spring he pro-
vided a guided tour for the
group to all the springs of
the millpond. .
Since the spring of this
.year, all divers sign~ in and


MteGayle is born
Nathan and Shannon
Riley? announce the birth of
their daughter, Madie Gayle.
She was born at Southeast
Alabama M~edical Center on
August 20), 2009 and weighed
.seven pounds, two ounces
and was 18 inches long.
She is the granddaughter.
of Brian and Tammyv Paridon
'and David and Sandly Riley of
Chipleyn~'

gra"paerntsare Bob and
Gayle Paridon of Doylestown,
Ohio, Jim and Virgin~ia
flusehmeier of Chipley ~
and Edward and Madelyn
Crutchfield of~raceville.
Paternal great-
grandparents are Imogene
and the late J.E Syfett and


.Margart anda the late J.T.
Rustin, both of Chipley and
the late Earl Riley of'Bonyay.
Her two great-gredit-
grandmnotherg Lucille .
Crutchfield of Graceville
and Fi~ances Ruschmeier of
Chipley.


Y)-. I ., .

London Bryce Epley
Landon Bryce Epley turned two on.
'Sept. 21 and celebrated with his maternal
family. He is the son of Missy Epley Reeves
and stepson of Billy Dr~eblo~w. His maternal :
grandparents are Ken and Sherri Reeves.


B~ en rolls it

FOnida A&iM


grandparet~s are
Wade~and Vivian
Yates. i


gi-andparents are
Ken and Sherri
Reeves and great


'Diiieslia Demond Bryant, a 2009
graduate e of Chipley High School, is a first
pre-professional year pharmacy' student at
Florida Ac&Mi University. After graduation he
plans to pursue a career in Pharmaceutical
Research. He iS the son of Teresa Bryant
and Carlon Smith.'His' grandmother is
Alice' Boston and great-grandmodther is the
late Lena Boston. He is a member of the
Jerusalem M/.B. Church and in his spare
time he enjoys swimming and basketball.


Wesley and his ~
uncles Joslhua anid
Donald Ahams Jr.
welcomed ilunter
home.


great-grandson
of Rosa Wlright
and the late Jesse
Wright. ,
SBig brother


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Births


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Katelynn Ieigly

Billy Dreblow:
and Missy Reeves-
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the birth of their

d igh D wbou She
was born on Oct. 2
at Jacks~on Hospjital
and weighed
six pounds,
nure ounces.
Her paternal`
gr parents
are Billyand \
Sheila Dreblow.
Her maternal


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to announce the
birth of their son
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Born on Oct.5 ~
:2009q and weighed
six pounds one
ouh~ee and was.19
inches' long. He is
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SMay and Norman
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MARIANNA Local technol-
ogy training company Geeks
Help, LLC, in partnership with
the Continuing Education de-
partment at Chipola College,
launched a new computer train-
ing initiative at a press confer-
ence on Oct. 14 at the college.
Geeks Help is offering sev-
eral infdrmational seminars and
handls-on ~workshops during the
fall semester. All workshops' are
open to. the public and several
are free of charge.
Geeks Help is an LLC part-
nership between computer ex-
perts Matt. White and Glenda
Bethel. White is a Mlicrosoft
Certified professional. Bethel,
has experience in computer net-
working and consulting.


Marianna Police Chief Hayes
Baggett and representatives
from the Jackson County Sher-
iff's Department are support-
ing the upcoming Identity Theft
Seminar on Oct. 20. Representa-
tives fr~om Fast Lane Computers
are assisting with the Oct. 29
Windows 7 Launch Party.
The first Geeks Help event
is a free Identity Theft seminar
on ITuesday, Oct. 20, from 6 p.m.
until 8 p.m. in the Continuing -
Education Conference Center at
Chipola. The seminar is open to
the public and refreshments will
be serve~d.
This objective of the semi-
nar is to raise awareness about
identity theft and to inform in-
dividuals about the Web sites,


databases and agencies that
can help lessen the impact of
an identityr exposure. In keeping
with this objective, law enforce-
ment representatives from the
Jackson County Sheriff's Office
and the City of Mari~nna Police
Department will be on hand to
offer suggestions and to answer
questions from the audience.
Identity theft can. happen
to anyone. Any individual who
'has been issued a Social Secu-
rity! number is at risk for identity
theft, from riyoung children to the
elderly.' Businesses owners who
collect information about cus-
fomers or employees have spe-
cial risks.
'According to the FBI, "The
sources of information about you


are so numerous that you cannot
prevent the theft of your identity.
But you can minimize your risk
of loss by following a few simple
hints." The seminar will present
that information to help individ-
uals arid businesses prepare and
lessen the damage:
The following Geeks Help
seminars and workshops are
scheduled for the Fall semester: .
Windows 7 Launch Party
.seminar, Thursday, Oct. 29, 6
to 8 p.m., free; Basic Computer
Operations \I seminar, Thurs-
day, Oct. 29, 10 a.m. to noon, $25;
Electronics Purchasing *Help
seminar, Thursday, Oct. 29, I `
to 3 p.m., $25; Basic Comp~uter
Operations II workshop, Friday,
Nov. 6, 9 a.m. to noon, $60; Social


Networking seminar, Thursday,
Nov. 12, 6 to 8 p.m., $25; Begin-
ning Word 2007 workshop, Satur-
day, Nov. 21, 9 a.m. to noon, $60;
Electronics Purchasing Help
seminar, Saturday, Nov. 21, 1 to 3
p.m., $25.
Workshop space is limiited.
Pre-registration for paid events
is encouraged to secure a spot.
Registration through the website
is preferred with credit cards ac-
cepted through the PayPal se-
cure payment system. Staff will
be on-site 3:0 minutes prior to
each event to register ihdividu-
als and to receive otherniethods
of payment.
For more information, contact
Geeks Help LLC at 850-718-7563,
or visit www.geekshelp.com.


'benediction by Peter L~utkin. Com-
munity chorus members will join
in singing several movements of
Coronation Anthems 2 and 3.
The Chamber Chorus is dnder
the direction of Bethany Kiral
an acompanied by Dr. Joshua

According to Jban Stadskley,
Director of Fine and Performing
SArts`, "It is always such a pleasure
to have community members par-
ticipate wth Cusand
Other in~formation wi~ll be available
beginning Oct. 12. for pick-up m
the Music Office in the Fine Arts
SBililding. Material also can be
mailed by contacting Joan~ Stad-
sklev a0kstadklevj@~chipola.edu or
.by phone at 850-718-2301.

B1005#(GHCef
Awareness Symposium
SMAR1IANNA--ABreast Cancer
AIwareness Symposium takes
place Thursday, Odt. 22 at 5:30 p~m.
at the Jackison Countyr Ag Confer-
ence Center at 2741 Penn Avenue. .
Program speakers are world re-
~nown and supper this year will be
'served.
The event is free of charge, but
.advance registration is requested
as seating is limited. For reserva-
' ids calltheaBt ast Can r Sy


C GSsical pianist James

MARIANNA Fine Arts Series
Sin Marianna presents Jamnes Mat-
Sthews a classical pianist playing i
back to Bach to Rock. The concert
begins at 4 p.m. on Oct. 25 at St.
Lak' dE icop Chr, w 62 L
and greet receptions will follow

Washington County founcl
on Agitag weekly alctivitieS
livejr Monday afternoon there
is ayogalexerc~ise class from
S1;30--3 p.ni. Cost of this class is $25
a month. Line dancing iseery
'lliesday night from 6-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday at 1 p.m. is dominoes
(singleS or couples are welcome
to join). .

'OUit 5moking Now' class at
Doctors Memnorial Hospital
BONIFAY Smoking cessa-
tion classes~will begin'ITuesday,
Oct. 20, from noon to 1 p.m.in
~the conference room at Doctors
Memorial Hospital. Classes will
be held weekly for six weeks, end-
ing Nov 24. The class curriculum
Swas deireloped by ex-smokers for
people who want to be become ex-
smokers. There is no cost for the


Class and free NRT is available for
participants.
To quit smoking now, call 547-
S8193 for more iniformation or to
sign. up for the class.

.'Mirascle on 34th Stree~t'
performed by HCHS
The Holmes County High'
SchoollI~rama Department wilt'
present "Miracle on 34th Street"
o, Saiba D. 5; SudyDc.0
and 'llesday Dec. 15; at the HCHS
auditoriuni. The Sunday afternoon
pefo~tmances will begin at 2:30
Ip.m. with ~weekday performances
~,beginning at 7 p.m.
On Saturday Dec. 5, adcinner ~
Swill be served beginning; at 5 p.m.
with the HCHS Chorus providing
entertainment.
'About the play: Kris Kringlle is
\the personification of goodwill.and
holday~spirit. As Xacy's holiday~
,Santa, he enchants children a~di
shoppers so Completely that he
is deemed dangerous by fellow
employees who question his come
petency and plot to ruin him. A
- small girl's belief in Santa and thf:
magic of the holiday is at stake~ ii a
elimactic courtroom decision.
Ticket information will be avail-
able at a later date.

iHam'idio~ lubmeeting;
The next meeting of the Walton
co univ .-\lat eur Tram Radio Club
will be held Nov. 3 starting at ;
Sp.m. Club members will be voting
on the proposed By-Laws chang-
es and changes to the constitution
for the club. All members and the
public are invited. Our club says a
prayer and says the pledge of al-
Sleegihnce'to theeAmerican %lag at.
For more information or to
become' a Ham Radio operator call
Rodney Ryals at 8504892-2562 or
e-mail hiim at; kj;Qkah@ardl.riet
*The Wi~alton County Amateur
Radio Club net meet on 147,285+t
with i00 Hz tonie. The club has a
riet Monday, Wednesdlay and Fri-'
days at 7:30 p~pi. Also the Walton
County ARES has a net on 147.285
*Each Wednesday evening at W
p.m. All operators are ask to chedk
in all our nets. If this repeater
is down the next is called on
147375+ with i00hz tone. Hfthis is .
done the net is called on 147.285 .
Simplex, the club also has a
UHF repeater on 443.375 / 448.750
For mor~einformation contact'
Rodney Ryalslat 850-892-2562.
*The Holmes County Amateur
;'Ham Radio Club has their net
~every Su~nday evening at 8:30 p.ma.
on a frequency of 145.110 with of
Negative swing.
For more information call 850-
547-2141 or 850-326-1178.


'Aprings State Park, state-
wide. individual entrance .
pass holders' mtay purchased l
a $15 individuall Buccaneer
Bay entrance pass endiorse-
inlt,.nc as Iderannua
purchase a $3;0 endorsement:
for twvo people.
Pricing for statewide an-
nual entrance passes are $60
mndividual annual entrance
pass and $120 family annual
entrance pass.
To :learn more about
:Florida's state~p~arks, vis-
it the first` two-time Gold
Medal winner honoring the ~
Nation's; best state park ser-
vice, Florida's state park
system is one` of t he larg-
est in the countryy with 160
parks, whiich are open 365
days a year.
.Florida's. state parks,
which span more than
700),000) acres and inchiide 100
miles of sandy white ~beach, ~
provide an affordable outing
for people of all ages.
Visit '.ww~w.floridastate-
parks.org or follow Twitter
at wjww.twitter.com/FLState- '
Parks.


TALLIAHASSEE -'"The' Florida
Department of Enivir'onmen-
tal Protection's Florida Pafk
)Service recently announced
:ihe e pansior 'of its state-
rPd annual entrance pass
The: programs, expansion
w iill now Allow both individ-
'ual and famiily~ annual en-
:tratice pass holders access
:.to Ellie Schiller Homosassa
SSprings .Wildlif'e State Park
Sand Weeti Wachee -Springs
SState Park.
Holders of a family pass
will now be ;,granted en-
t ran'ce for two individuals
at Ellie Schiler Homosassa
ISprinrgs Wildlife State~ P~ark
and Weeki Wachee Springs
SStath Park. I
However, Skyway Fishmng
Pier State Park will continue
to offer a 33 percent discount
on.entry~fees!o anmrial pass
.holders.
Fior all other state parks,
a .famiily annual pass pro-
vides entrance fo~r up to,
eight people.
For seasonal access to
Buccaneer' Bay, the wa-
ter park at Weeki Wachee


EMERALD COAST HOSPKCE

REC GNR~ e r J LAI'


'(hifSImOS in BetidhleW m
BONIFAY -'!'Christmas In Beth-i
lehem" is coming to Bethlehem
Camp again this year. Tours by
ancient shepherds on Djie. 4-5 and

1as co 2t s 3 p~m Turs ine ude
a visit to Grandma's House, Kid
Crafts, a hayride and boiled pea-
nuts, light refreshments, a petting
zoo and musical performances. '

tion Ar oppreid F r toon of
0oo m re, mctc 86C- 50- 34
cae onHghwa yC 1 Hmope In

are spqonsors of this eve~nt.

S:Braswell/Howell Reuni0H
SThe annualBraswell/Howell
SReunion of the descendants and :
friends of Yarbrough and Lula
flHowell Braswell is planned for
Saturday, Oct. 31 atthe Gekieva
Church of Christ on Maple Avenue
near Center Drug. Take a well- ~
filled basket and family photos to
share. Fdr more information call
SFaye Brylm at 334-684-9633 or 850-
956-2543. .

.Holmes Hi-Is
GlSS Of 1 999 ROURIOH

scheookCls o n 99wl hol it
10-year high school reunion on
:homes~oming weekend, Nov. 13
and 14l. F-mail hchsco99@hotmail:
comr for more information regard-
ing the upcoming reunion activi-
ties,

'-VHS Class of: 1957 reunion
i The Vernon HighS School
Sof 1957 will celebrate its 52nd
cass~u~o TP cNov 7t g 11
aim. Fbr more informatiori, contact
Etta Carter at 850- 476-3962 or by
e-mail at attecarter~yahoo.com
Informaition on the following
c lassmiates i~s being uoight: Jeff
And sn, Gary Mari and, Cal;-


lhipol College
Chamber Chorus onen cll l
Ofo Fall 01Coff r
MARIANNA The Chipola Col-
lege Chainber Chorus invites
all area singers to joiin with the
chorus in singing a pibrtion of their
upcoming Fall Concert.
SRehearsals will be held Mlonday
:.evenings from 6 to 8 p.m., Nov. 2,
9 and 16, and Saturday, Nov. 21, at
10 a.m. Thie performance is set for
Sunday, Nov. 22, at 2:30 p.m., in the
Chipola Arts Center,
The program will include selec-
tions from nHandel, as well as a















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to fill in the details after
9 y o u le aive.)glwn t o h p r n
Another truth that this
lie leaves out, is that if it
were not for the clergy
and Christians this
IM THE' once great nation that
EART 'we have learned to love
m lill and let others abuse
-- would probably have
never been born and
today would have been a Third
World nation. Though they have
taken the truth of our Christian
heritage out of our history books
and several papers have reported
that our Founding Fathers were .
a collective group of atheists, .
agnostics and deists, wvho did not :
believe in Jesus Christ, this is a
.lie they cannot support.
-As a matter of fact, if you :
study the writings and sayings of
those who signed the Declaration
Sof Iridependence and the
Constitution, you will find the .
opposite is true'. Samuel Adams
said, "I ... [I'ely] upon the merits .
'of Jesus Christ for a pardo.
of all my sins." Djr. Benjamin
Rush succinctly declared. "My :
only hope of salvation is in the; j
Infinite transcendent love of~lod
manifested to~ the world by thie
.death of His Son upon the Gross.
Nothing~ but the blood will wash
away my sins [Acts 22:161. I rely
exclusivelyr upon it. Come, Lord
Jesus! Come' quickly! [Revelation
22:201."
~.Icould go on and on with
similar strong statements for the i
importanceie of the power of Christ
in their life from John Dicker'son,
Guning Bedford, Itoger Sherman,
SJohn Jay, Charles Carroll, John
Witherspoon, Robert Paine,
Richard Stockton, Thomas
McKean and many others. And
I could, also share how many of '
them spoke of~the gredlt influerice ~
:-their pastors had on the' writing
Sof the Constitution and the -
scripture on which, each article is
based. Also, if you read the true
history of our Founding Fathers,
you wiill find that wNhen they met
in Congress for the first time,
in September 1774,.they opened
With prayer But apparently it
was ~not a routine, genteel little `
prayere, such as those prayed at
public meetings today. According


to the writings of those there, hat
time of prayer in Congress was
momentous, as well as extended.
Joli;n Adams explained that
Congress not only prayed, but
that it also studied four chapters
of the Bible -- in Congress. That.
Bible study wa~s so timely and one
chapter in that study had such a'
profound effect on the delegates,
that John Adams wrote to his :
wife Abigail, telling her, "I never'
saw a greater effect upon an 4
audience. It seemed as ifhkeaven:
had ordained that psalm to be
read on that mornmg;: ..Ilbeg
you to read that psalm ... Read
this letter and the 35th psalni
to your ~friends. Read it to your
father.!' (Her father was the Rev.
William Smith, the pastor of their ~.:
local church.) The preceding'
quotes came from The Role of' :
Pastors and Christians in Civil
Government by David Barton.
Christians and especially'
pastors, please take a stand
in these last day~s on the: Bible
:and the Constitutions that our
forefathers were willing to give
their lives for. so that we could -
enjoy~ the great liberties and
Opportunities that we have h'ad.
Don't be ashamed to jomn and
participate in a local grassroots
organization, such as Concerned
Americans of Holmes Colinty, .
which is organizing withi~ '
e~ncouragement and support fromn
the Concerned Americans of
JacksoQn County. This is a groxip'
of Democrats, :Republicans and
Independents corning together to
uphold the Constitutfion and the
~Bible in this land that the Lord
hias given u's (Jobliua 24:14-21).
The next meeting will be at the
Westville City Hall on Thursdayv
Oct. 22 at 7[ p.m. If you love God,
this cotmtry and support ouir
Constitution, please be there or:
at a similar meeting near you.

SThis message has been
bi ought to you From -the Heart(
of Tim Hall, Senior Pastor,
SGully Sprm rgs Baptist Church.
and author of "Church Go'Ib
Hell! Please?"REO.Box: 745,
.2824 Highway 90 W'est Bomjhfy,
Florida 32ji25.: Lqcated, thi-ee:
msles west of the light at
Highway 79, 850-547-3920, e-mail:
timba~ll_2000@~ya hoo. com.


Have you ever noticed
that once a lie is told ;
enough, it is soon accepted
as the truth, wh~e iizifact '
it is a lie? Some of the .
greatest lies being told ai
today and accepted as ~
truth are about the chiiurph Flit
and governmentt.` HI
We have been told for' Til
many years that church
Sand state are to be .
separate in America, and we have
been led to interpret that to mean
that clergy, churches arid for
the most part Christians are not
citizens, of the United States and
should have no opinion about that
which is considered politics in
This once great country. Actually
the' opposite is the truth the
statement about' separation of
church and state injected by
Thomas Jefferson was to protect
the church from the state, in
that the state (the government)
would not sponsor one particular
religion, as had been done in
other countries from which most
of those who came to this country
fled from thie persecution of the
State because of the religion they
had chosen.
But as you kgow the United
SStates began breaking its own
lawis many years ago when it -
miade public-contrlolled schools i
aikd government controlled and
began telling schools hot 1;o refer
to one of the greatest history ~
booksj ever written, thie Bible,
and then replaced the Bible. '
with a fictional, man-made book
about theories called evolution.
It tvas then that the government
began to promote ah~d support
the religion of atheism with our '
Stax dollars, and actually began to
rewrite the history books so that
the great past accomplishments
Sof Christians from were lost.
That's when government
leaders began to ignore and
actually break the law of the land :
S--ihe topstitution which as I
hear in tde news is being broken
everyday by our elected political
*leaders, from having a president
in office who refuses to prove that
he is a natural born Americani, o q
.the House and~ Senate voting on
a health care bil, which has no:
.content for them to read. ~(That's
like signing a contr'act-and


said, 'Dadldy, I won ~
.two of the races!' I
couldn't believe it!
An hn aa si,
'I had an advantage.>
Ah. I knew it. I .

:have been given a
Ydill head start ... some
ISHINE ind of physical
Webb advantage. But again,
before I could say
anything, she said, 'Daddy, I
didn't get a head start ... my
advantage was I had to try
harder!'
"An eye witness account ~
from New York C~ity, on a
cold. day in December: A ,
Little bdyabout 10 years ~
old was standing before a
shoe store on the roadway,
barefooted, peering through
the window, and shivering
with cold. A lady approached
the boy and said, 'My
little fellow, why are-you .
looking so earnestly in that _
wiindow?" 'I was asking God
to; give me a pair of shoes,>
was the bpy's reply Thie ..r
Slady' took him ~by the hand .
and went~ into the store and
asked ~the cletk to ~get hal
a dozen pairs of socks for
'the b~oy. She then ~asked i .
h e could give her a basin
ofwwater and a towel. He
qulckly brought them to. her.
She-took the little fellow to .
the back part of the store
a nd, removing her gloves,
1mrelt down, washed his little
: feet, and, dried them with a
towel. By this time the clerk
had returned with the socks,
P lacinga pair u~ponthe :
boy's feet, she purichiased
him a pair of shoes. She \
Tied up the,remaining pairs
Sof scks ~and gave them to
him. She patted him on the
head aind said, 'No doubt, Ipy ~~
Little fellow, y'ou feel more
:comfortable now? As,She
t~ure~d to go, the asto~nished
lad caught her by the hand, ~
and looking up in her face,
with tears in his eyes,
answered the question with
these words: 'Are you God's
wife?"'
I share all these stories:
with yrou to remind ytou how
sweet and precious, children -
.can be. In Psalms 127:3-5
Sthe psalmist sayrs, "Behold,
children are ahleritage
.from the LORD, the fru~it
of the womb is a reward.
;Like arrows mn the hand of a
w ~arriOr,,so are the children
of one's youth..Happy is the:
manl who.has his quiver fuU l
of them; they shall hot ie
.ashamed, but shall speak :
with their enemies in the
.gate.
However, in society
today many times children
are looked down upon for
the bad things they get
themselves involved mn. But
many times I really wonder
if it's really all their fault.
If children were raised
'by their parents according
to the scriptures, I do not
believe we would have the
problems we do with then. .
Proverbs 22:6 says,
hTai ,pacidli~ way
Sis old h'e will not depart from
it.)' Parehts must siet the
Example by the way they
live their life. Chnildredi need
to be taught a~bout. God and
:.what islwrong and righ~jt,
'and wiihen they break the
rules they must suffer the
.,consequences.
Proverb 22:15 says,
'T~oolishness is botmd up in
the heart of a child; the rod
of correction will drive it
far from him," and Proverb
29:15 says, "The rod and
rebuke give wisdom, but a
child left to himself brings
shame to his mother."

This message has been
provided by Wes Webb>
evangelist, Chipley of
Christ, 1295 Brickyard Rd.
Chip~ley, FL 32428; 638-2366.


"Author and
lecturer Leo
Buscaglia oi~ce talked .
about a contest he
was asked to judge.
The purpose of the
contest was to find
the nriost caring child.
The winner was a LET ~
four-year-old child ~LIGHT
whose neighbor was Wes
an ~elderly gentleman
who had recently lost his
wife. Upon seeing the man
cry, the little boy went in~to
the old gentleman's yard,
climbed onto his lap, and '
just sat thiSre. When his
mother asked him what he
had said to the neighbor, the
,~.little-boy said, 'Nothing, I
just helped him orry.' ~
"Teacher Debbie M~oon's
first graders were discussing
a picture of a family. One
lit~tl:e boy in the picture had a
Different color hair than! the ~
other famlily members. One .
Child suggested that he was
adopted and a Little girl said,.
S'I know all about adoptions
beailse I was adopted.' I
S ,"'What does it mean to
be a[ddpted?" asked another '
child.'It means.' said the- :
Girl, 'that y~ou gtpw in yoiur
SMommy~'s heart instead of
Usher tummy.'
S"'A four year old was
at ithe pediatrician' fbr a .
check up. As the doctor
loIoked down her earsg with. ~
an otoscope, he asked, The
Syou think Fll find Big Bird in
here?' The little girl stayed
Silent. Next, the doctor took
a tongue depressor. and
looked down her thi-oat. He
~asked, "Do you think I'll lind
:the Cookie Mlonster dorn
there?' Again, the little girl
Swas silent. Then the doctor
put a stethoscope to her
chest, As~ he Listened to her
heartbeat, he asked, 'Do
: fou think i?11hear Barney
,in there?''Ohl, no!' the little
girl replied. 'Jesus is in
Smyr heart. B~arn~ey's on my
u nderpantb.
"As I tras driving home
from work one day, I
:stopped to watch a~ local
: Little League baseball game
that was being played in a '
park near my hom~e. As I sat
ddown behind the behchi on
the first-base linle, I asked
one of the boy~s what the
: score wras.'We're behind
141 to nothing.' he; answered
with a smile. "Really,' I said.
.I have to say y;ou don't
look very~ discouraged.
'Discourage'7ted theboy
'asked with a puzzled look
on hiis face.'Why should we
be discouraged? We haven't
been up to~bat yet'
S"Whenever I'm
disappointed with my spot,
in life, I stop and think about
little Jamie Scott. Jamie
was trying out for a part in .
a school play. His mother
told me that he'd set his
heart on being in it, though
she feared he would not
be chosen. On the day the
parts were awarded, I went
with her to collect him after
sdo Jaerulshe dpoe

Sand excitement.'Guess what
Mom,' he shouted, and then
said'those words~ that will
remain a lesson to nie: 'I've
been chosen to clap and -
cheer.' ;:`"
"A lesson in 'heart' is iny'
little 19 ryear-old daughter, (:
Sarah, who was liorri writh a
muscle missing in her foot
and wears abrace all the
Time. She came home one .
beautiful spring day to tell
me she had competed in
field day' that's where
they have lots of races and
other competitive events.
Because of her leg support,
my mind raced as I tried to
think of encouragement for
my Sarah, things I could say'
to her about not letting this
get her down, but before
could get a word out, she


SPastor
SAppreciation
Light House .
A assembly of God, 1201
SWaukesi~a Street in
Bonifay, will hold pastor
appreciation day on
SOct. 25, starting at 10
a.in. The Watson's ~wiB
Sbe featured guests and
lunch 'will follow in the .
fellowship hall.


Homecoming
~'Sing, and Picnic
.Moss Hill Methodist
Chairch on State Road
279 will hold its 152hd
Fall Homecoming Sing
and Picnic Sunday,
Oct. 25 at noon on
the grounds. Food
to be provided. The
,festivities start at noon-
F.m rde i forl" ion
7610-

2009 HBA
aMUal mu0ting
Holmes Baptist ~
SAssociation wi
hold an On Missions
Celebration on Oct.
24 at the Ag Celiter
in Bonifay beginning
at 1 p~m. Bounce
houses for the kids,
popcorn, snacks, and
displays by the Florida .
Baptist Convention, the
International Mission
Board, the North
American Mis'sion
Board, the Baptist
College of Florida, West
Florida Pre'gnancy
Centerlocal churches,


and other ministries, ~
Dinner provided- i.'~
.by the Florida 13aptist
Disaster Relief Feeding
Unit'at 5 p.m. The
evening will end with
a time of worship at
6 p.m. Musical ground
This Hope from Firkt
Baptist Church of
Woodstock, Ga. will
provide special music.

Harvest Day -.
Festivall planned
VERNON Area
Churches are
sponsoring a harvest
Day Festival ori Noii"l. 7
from 10 a~nm. to 3 p.mri
The festival wigl be :
held at the S~or~tsplex
acro~ssfrom Yornost.:.
High School on State
'Road 279.
SPl'enty of free
entertainment, -
gamles, food, pmies for~
everyione.to chjoy. Fir
more information, dall""""""'~
Travis Mask at 850-303-~
9521.

UMC (00olidil
CHIPLEY The First
Ifhnited Methodist; ~':~ ,
Church of Chipl~ey is- -
now accepting orideifs:
for. their Taste of
Heaveni cookboook
Members, along with
their family and friends
have compiled 700 of
their most treasured
recipes. Cookbooks are
$20 each, and will be-
available for delivery by.
Christmas
Proceeds from


- Ste ping Out On
F-0 0
SThe First Freewill
Baptist Churchof .
13onifay wfll ost
Steppirg .Orit On IFaith -
in a gospel sing on
Nov. 7. starting at 6 ;:
p.m. Refreshments "r.
wrill follow the sing.
The chilrch is on the
coi-ner: of Ka~nsas and-
Oklahomla streets in
SB'onifay.

firntSOH City
QUbrtitf f 8thpH
Baptist
SBethany Baptist
Church, 1401 N. .
Highway 179, .Bonifay
will host the Ci~rimson
City Quartet of Mobile
Ala. on Saturday Oct.
-24. Concert starts at 6
p.m.-


MARIANNA TIhe
Dixie Melody Boys
a Southern Gospel
group, will be featured
at the First Baptist
Church in.larianna on
Friday; Oct. 23 starting '
at 7 ~;For in
ganforma ioncl rp Ir
526-3 1.



a GHSOry Worshi
Cegler
Grace and Glory
Worship Center in
Chipley will host
singing group Changed
of Chipley on' Saturday,
Oct. 24 starting at 6


P~m.
Special guests will
bd the Wisecarvers
frork~Erwin, Tenn.
Be sure to take your
lawn chair. For more .
information, call Pastor:
Debbie Williams at 638-
0323.



hOMOcomilg :
Bethlehem United
Methodist Church
will be ~celebrating
Homecoming on Oct.
25 at 10 a.m. Singing ~
starts at 10:30 a.m.
with morning worship
service at 11 a.m.
Guest singers will be
The Harrelson Family
from Florala, Ala.
SThe Rev. Charles
Wimberly from Lyrnn
Haven will bring the
message. Lunch will
followv atmnoon Singing

1:30 p~m. The church

nrhestb BoeB say
just off Highway 177.

I'.ukeview UMVC
G ospel Sing
Lakeview Methodist
Chui-ch will hobld a
gobsp~el sing op Sunday
Oct. 11; starting at 1
p.m. Featured singer
will be Janice MitcheH
Stuckey, daughter
of Pastor Herman '
Mitchell. The church
is on Highway 279 at
Pate Pond Road. Call
373-8280 for more
information.

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MOBILE, Ala.- What better way to know if a
,,ollege is the right one than to take a stroll
maound comp~us, talk to students and faculty,
participate in campus activities, and really have
a chance to get a feel for what the college is all
about?
Iniversity~ of Mlobile will host Visit Day for
'iirgh school jumoars arid seniors on Frriday, Nov. 13.
Seniors who attend) Visit Day may be
eligible for up to $2,000 in scholarship. A free
concert by the widely popular Christian group
NeedToBreathe will be held Friday night for Visit
Day students and U.M. students in Ram Hall, the
new auditorium on campus.
To attend, RSVIP by~ Nov. 11 by visiting wwwn.
umobile.edu/visit or calling enrollment services


at 1-800-WNIN-RAMS or 251-1442-2273.
During Visit Days, students and their
parents are invited to sit in on classes, learn
about financial aid, and meet current students.
Overnight stay in the residence halls is available
to the first 100 senior students who sign up.
The University of Mobile has been named
one of America's Best Christiali Colleges for 13
consecutive years. U.M. offers courses in more
than 40 areas of study through the College of Arts
and Sciences, the schools of Business, Christian
Studies, Education and Nursing, the Center for
Performing Arts and Center for Adult Programs.
The university is located 10 minutes from
downtown Mobile and just an hour awayv from
Gulf Coast beaches.


SGRACEVILLE The Bap-
Itist College of Florida
S(BCF) will.host leading in-
I telligent design advocate
I William Dembski at 10 a.m
I in the R. G. Lee Chapel on
I Monday, Oct. 26. '
I Dembski's speaking en-
I gagement~at liCF~includes
I chapel service, presenta-
I tions during several class-
I es, informational forums
I 'throughout .the~ day and
I will conclude with a faculty
Sforum.in the afternoon. .
*Dembski serves as Re-
search ~Professor of Phi-
losophy and 'Director of
the Center for Cultural
Engagement' at. South-
western Baptist Theo-
logical Seminary in Fort
g Worth, Texas. Previously,
Dembski served as the
Carl E H. Henry Professor
of Theology and Sciencl
at Southern Bapitist Theo-
logiical Seminary. Dembski
is one of the leading advo-
cates of intelligent- design,


a network of scientists and
philosophers that seek to
counter the Darwinian
naturalistic worldview of
our culture..
Dembski earned doc-
torate degrees from the
University of Chicago and
University of Illinois. He
has~ authored .or edited
more than a dozen books
including "The Design of
Life," "The Design Infer-
ence"' and "The Design
'Revolution." Broadman
and. .Holman Publish-
ers of L~ifeway Chiristian
Resources will release
his latest'.book "The End
of Christianity" .in' this
month. Ben Stein featured
Dembski in his 2008 movie
"Expelled- Nollntelligence
Allowed."
-,Prior to arriving .at
BCE: on Oct. 26, Dembs~ii
will speak at~ First Baptist
Church, Panama. City and
St. AndrewBaptist Church,
~Panama City on Oct. 25. 1


church office at 638-0010; Jennifer
Lowery at 258-7613 (dayfimle) or .
638-3176 (evening before 8 y).m.i;
or any niember of the Met hodist
Women.


Vj0HRo B0ys Choir performS
in Gulf Beach
The Vienna Boys Choir will


be in coridett at Gulf Beach
Presbyterian Church on Feb. 16,
2010. A dessert' reception featuring
SChef Iinondi anld artist, Lisa
Adessi will display her Italian
oil masterpieces in the gallery.
Seating is limited.
Tickets are available now. For
more information, call Larry
TySIon at 850-230-1991.


this sale will benefit the church
building fund. The Methodist
Women have headed up .this
project. To order a cookbook, mail
the order to First United Methodist
Church 1285 Jackson Ave. Chipleyv,
FL 32428. Please include a check
payable First United Methodist
Church, along with name, address,
aind phone number. Or contact the


Someone To Care Intern~ational
Ministries Inc.; 1705 Pioneer Road,
Chipley Just 2.5 miles east of '
j,;: u.nr li;ht ~ ir. Wulju Paston~iSlhe.

Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283
Highway 77. Pastor is William E.
Holman.
Trinity Free Church. Livinci. Lovihg
God, old Howeli Che.I'lel t~ullelli.9
Tuesday and Thtirsdays at 6:30 ,.
p.ii7. each night; Sunday, 2:30-4:30
p.m. T.G. Hobbs,, pastor.
Vernon Evangelistic: Highway 79.
Pastor Keith Mashburn. r :
Niru~le iDoutbl- Pond: Phstor is
Michqel Monk.
The Word Church: 335 Alforgi :.
Road, Cotton dale. Pastors are ,
Buddy and Jeanne Steele.


relint Jones.
New Faith Temple Church of
Pr jver F.F:A.P.; 841 Orange Hill
Roajd, Chipleft; 638-4982; Pastor
iAnnie Holmes. .
Northwest Florida Christian .
C~hu~r.:r, .Lai. H~grnms; 77 (meets

6 p en. ibr Bib~le study). Pastor Ts Fred
Pjpe Hill Church: 1675 Robins
Bridge Road, Bonifay .32425.
Pjstors EB.T. ~Owens and James
Bush.
Tree P:iier'i Hands: Greehhead
arl creier i01 Hughway 77 and Pine
Log 1Road. P~raler jri R:bten and
5nsila Smith.
app~i H.:lin.H i~i hu;: e la ...a.
?,aPP Ri so ollerclajle


African Methodist Episcopal
Granr Tajbernack~ 4ulE 577 1.1.artur
ReJ L3rry Erown

SI Jo:hn Ar.1E 3816Cltmmmoni
Ac.-.0 .'crnor, Mr.li.6 o~ Iresl an i
Inrror Sundays ojr 11 15 am Pasto:r si
IP.+ 90. Lear. loieloin
St. JosepFh,4WIlE 1401 Ma~jriros
Sheritla Rioad iGr.pie, pastojr I: Itr~e
Re;' Ro, Humor. n
Si Lure AME -10001 .jahSo~n
Ocmmrnt~~~, A~ros Vrnojn Mr...e r.
Sscice-rd jnd lounr. Sundaj, ii 11 j m I
Pai Isr Is Iris Rr; Leo~:n Si~ng, lor, l
Assembly of God
Warukearea 51 Pairc:r II ~lJon Chajnce
Carm n n~esl Assemt, 01 God Cunr, r
C:.0J1 orL. Ie Beir rehm Comment,


Sanford.
Ebro Assmbl o Gioc: State 7
SSouth. Pailor ii Llo~dLji;r.3 ;
Faith Assembly.ot God-
Underwuood Road behind Poplar r
Springs School. Pastor is Charles
Carlton. -

Gr aC4 ; le rti n: Col, o6-f i.0
%6~5 Brow.n SI Pjatfor e~ inarlez
i Jackson. :
lighthouse Assembly of Gbd:
.1201 S. Waukesha St. (State 79), :
Bonifay.:Sunday School 10 a.m(,
Sunday services 1~1 a.m. and 6 p m.,
every second Wednesday fellowship
supper. Pastor is Michael Presley
Little Rock Assernbly of God:
1923 Highwiay 173, six miles north
of;Bonifay..Pastor is the Rev. Ben -
iPeters. ~
Live Oak Assembly of God: Just '
off Highwajy 177-A north of Bonifay.
Pastor is Danny Carnley.
HiMt. Olive Assembly of G ed:Patr
Tr,,,mas Ealum Ar
/ It.1 Pld) j ir el : ~l3
Westville. Pastor is the Rev. Clyde
Smith.
New Bethany Assemblyobf God:
.Shaky Joe Road just off Highway
280 at Hinson s Crossroads. Pastor is
Leon Jenkins.
:New Life Fellowship Assembly of
God: 695 Fifth St., Chipley. Pastor
Vince Spenceir ;'li"
New Smyrna Assembly of God,
Adolph Whitaker Road six milps north
of Bonifay. The Rev. Josh Garner is
pastor
Noma Assemblyof God: 1062
Tindel St., Noma. Pastor is Jerry
Leisz. -
Northside Assembly of God: .
1009 N. fangeline St.;-across from
Bonifay Elementary. Pastor Edwin
Bell.
.Smith Chapel Assembly of God:
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off
Highway 177-A. Pastor George
Stafford.'
Vernon Asseimbly of God Church:
3349 McFatter Avenue. Pastor is the
Rev. Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God: '
Highway 77. Pastoris Danny Burns.
Westville Assembly of God:,
Higway 181 North. Pastoriis Lavon
Winterville Assembly of God:
Dogwood Lakes Road. Pastor Mitch
Johnsdn.
Baptist .
;t..gasl Free Vi~ ejapher. D~awkins
Str~EI t r. Jrjlro
Beirean:Bapjtist: 1438 jlesirinig
Hills. Road iln Chipley. Pastor is Jesse
Bow~en:~~ '
Beirian, BaplIstI 10 nriil s nrtiorh
r 8:"15.1 Bona non H.jroa 79. Pastor is
Ed Barley
Bethlehem Baptist: Highway 177.
Pastor is Dr. Wesley Adams.
Beulah Anna Baptist: Coursey
Road a half-mile off Highway 81.
Pastor is David Hidle.
Blue Lake Baptist: Southeast ~
corner where 1-10 and Highway 77
cross on the lake. *
Bonifay First Baptist: 311 N.
Waukesha. Pastor Shelley Chandler.
Bonifay Free Will Baptist: Corner
of Kansas Avenue and Oklahoma
Street. Pastor is Tim Schneider.
Caryville Baptist: 4217 Old Bonifa


Road~ Pja .tor iutare, Hernrlon
Crup~l-. F~rrzI Bap.lTa 1300 So'Ult-,
Cipn~le,! F 5 Free W~Il Bapnlat
1 387 So~ulr, ti1.0 Panorj IE Ben Hull
Ease P~rtmar Freea~ll Baprest
hair.mIs nojnr. o:I H~rnwat;2 on 179
Easterldr BapF~l~I HilgrIa, :;?
Eile Fesl Bapl;11 1050 ?J
n~gr"war Paular .5 R/jn Biegue
E.argreen Mali. oCnary Bjphs:
C rour.:r. Weir...Ire
ThS Fell.:.wsrunp jlr counlrr Oaks
;sjutr~ejss jl or Quple, 011 Orange
Gap. Fondl Frie W.~II SBapher 1980
Gap 81.,l .r Sunr., Hills irierim
P.jlnor I? rr.. Re. George Coo~per
Gjreinet Bjp'rl Crrura;n 22J9
1-lar~.j.va 1,j Pasilcr R.:.00 Jrones
Gull, Sp~rangi E BaLes: Thlree eIes
Pa nor T~m Hall

-h ; 1. .: .-l,3,Hr,Jlj, 181 N), Westville.
no lnr..Lei~r ol C ple, l ~ Pi c;

339j Cemetery Lah~e, Carnpbellton.
SPastor Richard Peterson Sr.

1 scni r. e. Crnp~Fl, Pace: i'
Ler:nae Baphsti Ch~ur.:r..s Locited '
in northwest Holmes County. Pastdr is
Slacy Stafford.
Lovewood Free Will Baptist:
1745 Llovewood Road, Cottondale.
Pastor is Henry.Matthews.
213 3 l Bor~ni6, Ro~ad Chipley
Pastor if Dr H G MC~ollou~gh
Mrl I,,r Irlaspe~ndenl Baptuit
Hughah, '. jnie mlle WalI I Hi glhNjy .
T9 r. Eilo: Paircr li Sl<.- Bjrioughs
1. :. Bearpr.ngn ejpoir 1049

Rudolph D~~Ckent
:New Coricord Free Will Baptist:
Jarile Paulk Roa 10 Highway 177.


New ap Mii jdary Baptist
Church (Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen
Road, Greenwdod. .
NevirOrange Baptist:-782Alfordl ,
Road. Pastor is Alcus Brock.
r ii:; F .:respectE B aplEs1 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley. Pastor is
Kermit Soileau.
1 J w.~or Pph Hghs,177-A

Noma Baptist: Highway 175 north
1 of Highway 2. '

Hlgr..vj, i 91 anj qo on Po:ne as
Leon. Pastor is Ken Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist: Corner of ~
Orange Hill and Gilblerf's Mill roads,
southeast of Chipley. .
.Orahige Hill Baptist: 3.6 miles east
of Wausau, off Pioneer Road at 3485
Gainer Road. Pastor is Phillip dainer.
Orange' Hill Missionary. Baptist ~
816 Sunday Road, C~hipley. Pastor is
the Rev: Jarnes John~s.
Pane Grose, Fr-e eI tijll ap1

Ch'iple Pa no:r I5 T~rr, ii.*.en
1900 Pleasanit Hill Road.:
Poplar Head independent Free
Will Baptist: Poplar Head Road.
Pastor is he Rev Jaye Ptet
Lovewoad Road, Graceville. Pastor is
John Howell. .
St. John Free Will Baptist; St.
John's Road. Bonifav



Kynesvillei Road (Highway 276)
between Cottondqle and Alford.
Pastor is Donnie Hussey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758 Highviay
77. Pastor is T. Keith Gann:.
Shady Grove Baptist Church,
1955 Highway 177-A, Bonifay. 547-
3517.
Shiloh Baptist: Church located on
Highway 277, three miles south if
Highway 90 in Chiple .
Shiloh Missionary Baptist: 3013
Moss Hill Road in Vernoh. Pastor Rev
Marcellous Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist: 1886
Sunny Hills Blvd. Pastor is Mike .
Svyingle.
y Union Hill Baptist: Highway 1j7,


a mlIe soutn of Highway 2 Pastor is
Masunce Jenknens
Urnr, Bapllst 3274 Rw~er oad.
I-linon s Croaroadsl~. Pa51or 15
Llnosey; MartIn
1/errion FrstBapes1 2888 Church
St. Vernon
WNausju First Baplesi. Hlgnonray /.
Thei Pj41tor 1s Chrls Biurgaff
Wesl BC3ndlay Baprlsl 619? W
Indiana Ave '
Lutheran
GiraCe Luthe6ran H-Ighway 90
Eas1 Bondiay. Interior pesor~ IS Jerry
Colnle, ~
Catholic
Blessed Tnnry ainlicl~ Highway
177-4 In Bonifay
St Joseppr If Worker Catholic:
HI-hnway 77 South. Chipley.
Sr 0-ser~saCatho~li- Chulrch
Sunn, Hills Soulevsrd C~hlpley .
Church of Christ
Chipley Churrcn of Chnsl 12995
Birrsch-ad Road Wasj Webb~ rs
Esto Church of Cnrrsr 12J7 N l
Higlhw~y 79
Church of God
Monday Church at God* Brci~k
Avtinue Pastor 1s Joh~n Stamey.
ChufCh GIl God b/ Faith 3J12
Church j1 VIeron Pastor es Elder
TP Ijrnacle~ or Praise Cnurchn of
Gojd Hagnhway '75mn Pashjr Is
Vi~.ctr Fisher
Church of God in Christ
Spart-F~llile Chulrch of God In
Chrrrl 2128 Pale Pond Roabd.
Car,.villej PastOr is Elder Tony *
.Hdward
Yes; Lojrd Del1verance Church c1
Godj in Chresi 739 Seventh SI Ined
l to, me Natonal Gurard rm~oryl Ir.
Cipl9; Pamlor es Davea Woods~ Jr
Church of God in Prophecy
Bate'~Lw Churclh ofj Grd Prophec;
1097 Iliew B.j,.,vewn Ch urrch Rr
Eridnlay Pastor Herbrt~ FcEve,
Ghurch ofI God I 51ProphEiy 138~ :
r~.Ii-s L, 4 r Chplely Pas51or us
Episopal
L el.rjatinr Ep'riccrja Hldanwa
Clark# `
Holiness
Haerr~s Cr..apl Hlohness ElghT
mass1 no~rth~ or Cary'~IllE on HIJhwua
Pano~jrs are~ Y Ri:. i ]Jormn and j
uaQ Hajrr~s
Sweit Gum Holiness: los' Core ;n
Rosad, Conendale
TDl~rd Ulndej Hlohness 608 W
E~Qr'n Ave G.race.1Ile Pasto~r q -
Arthur Fulton.
Jehovah's Witnesses '
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's
Witnesses: 2048 Highway 77, '
Chipley.
Jtne;-sei Hag~n.s -, T90. Borda ,.
Jewish
Temlples are available in Dothan
ai~d Panama City.
Islam
I.10s~qus jvajlable; Sh Blounlsishwr.
Pentecostal

chu~rer. 2 Pias -.ach iree Cnsple
Pastor is~ Elder Billy Wilson and
Assistant Pastor is Evangelist B.
Snipes:
FRisl Uniled PenlCiecSlal 1816
gr v';a,' ag W Chiple, Pairor .5
F~rjl ll.Ilrj.e Pslen~1icrl 26li
HIghway, 90\N~ West113 Wetmleastor
.jason Campbeilt
Open Pi~nrl I.lndeJ Pentecoslai
1835 H~grea, 179-A ~estwate
SConnell.
Tr~nlrq Peneiewer l TaDernacle
H ghw~na, 77 between Sunny H.11ls
andJ Greenhead Pjstor ,s Larry
True HoSiness Pe~ntcCstal 5099
Lttle Rock: C~r;le Euroj Pastr is
Louita D. Brown. :
'~urnlngI Poiln( FPal Ulnited
Per recomjal H~agnway 90) West'
Chipley. Pinsters8r i~s nisCaudle, '
Wausau Pentecostal Holihe!!:' :
2201 Pionber Road. Pasor ;s lJame
Barwick.
Seventhi~ay Adverint.'i
Boilifay Seventh tDay Adventist:'
604 MathusekCt. Pastor is Jeff
WNe61Ferg
Methodist
Maihlehem Ulnled Metho~dist


Highway 1 '7 Ilook for gn
BorJidty Unstedr Merahodlr
Okl:Irorna Sir~ee
Cedrl~ Grote Unlted Msinredsl
Two mrles wvest of Miller a Crossroaas
.on Highwvay 2. Pastorr Is Joknr Hl~nkle
Gnipley First U~nied Mneth~c~drst
1286 Jackson Are
East MI Zion IJnsed M~elboosit
Hlghw~a/ 1 '3 N1. 10J miles Iror~n
Bonifay
Lakevlew Unded Methodel
Hrghwgy 279 nEdr Fiv Poolnl 1970
LakeVIew Drive Pastoir Mikle Weeks
rMt. las Cotng~?regsnal MBrrsedlir
.,Justaf ot Agn\Nay 2 in Holme~s
Countys EI;Ne HoICPe Cormlnrnuit
Pastor is the Rev Tom~ WhacOn
N~ii Hopie Unitea MJelnods?L Sible
RoaQi79~ soutn or Verhon
.Ornge Hill U~nlteal UInirhoola l
Suridayi Reaa ofi Orange Hill Roadl
Pastorls Ron Aldermrran
Otnsr iraee uilre-1 raisinrelals
North or PriJce:F ij LC-.:.T n .'.t igh.*, a
S. Pleasant Grove United Methodist:
2430 Shate; Joje Road near Han~son
Crossro~acl -
Pop'ar Head Unried M~eblhodest 1 5
miles northi of Hlighway~ 2 on Hlghwayl
163
Red Hill Unite~d Methodel Stae P
Roa1do2 sw m. s Bjerli PJF r lo,
Vernoni Ulnlled MetlhOdel ChuIrch l
3540-~A Main St Vernojn 5%-269.
Pastor Steve McCoy
Wd~ausau Uniled Merrea~sr
Mrghway 77
Prellbyteridn F ,
Cnlpls Flrst Preats~irlsn Fan
Sireet and VNartS Am~Enue
Sunny HIIls PE~Sbter~r~ran 376 ~
Coulntry CluD Blvl Pastor .5 F'.ernearl
Kelley
Other
Amaz~ng Gr jcei Felth Frlicaternr.
LAssembly 32C3 Highwar, ? PFicrlr
Ir Bobby Tawell
Bor~nifily iuse of Prayer 926
('arenville Road Pastor es. DE.CO

BonunenPnlCmunr
21 Bronried Pond Roajd bermeer,
W~auCsau area vrnron Pacsser .3 Ire
Re. 1%day Joe Bl.s
Ga~yryvlle Evangelisarc Center
Wright E Gree Road .r. C jr, .rlle
Ijust non r.l 01 Hu.gha, 90 Patr .jr 1
Wayne Birainrnr'
Chrlstian Feillowi~nF.p Cenlar 1-1',8
Monroe Snettlela Road. Cn~ple,
Pato~r ~S3is Isac Hrrunr.
Chrisinan Haven F~ncr. Crcle
WNauseu Pasiear Carlos~ Fir..:n
The Chur:;h of Je4Sui Cnr~r
ofl Laner-da, Sa~nri I ~j.,Th R~1e
Bonllay.L Rj2425 d51.0-',47-1254G
be07-547-4557 Bonday~ wara Ea~jr.op
Joshua Bowen Chipley Wardl Bishop
Charles Munns
Cornerstone Fellowship of
Chipley; 1301 Main St. (old .
Chuic-aaagnl CrnpFle, Su~nday
Eer..ces 10-30 am Pa no is llarry
.Capan.
Cojrrnersjione Harve i Ouire ach
Cornelr of REce' and Fanr~r.n3 er jn.: r~.
!/ernc.C. PBasi~rt dre WIIleS an
D'ructs~ Hagar.
Courts ot P~resse 1:720 Clallor.
Road, rn~pley Pasto~r is RIc:k LCIiO "
Covenantn Comunuary Fellowsrnlp,
.'844 Maini Street; Chipley. Pastor is
JoEed D reeir Cojmmurt, l
Chulrch: 2 5J miles west orl / Irorj j
1772 Macedonla Road Pa nor s
Jariles Vkietey.
Fairn CoveBnanl FellowNn;p
H-igh Nayr 277 half-m.Ie soutrn o 1j 10
Family worrseFi~nplenr iRo.~:P ~
Hill Church RoP.d
Grace & Glory Worsjhlp iCente~r
1328 Railrjao Ave Chiple, Paircr
is Debore Wa~llams .
Gracsvllle Communlry 1005 5
Pr~m Ave Paslnr Dale Worrie
Holmes Valley Co~mmunnlr
Onurrch 3:550 Fainnng Bran.:r, Road~.
vernon pjnorn Wales~ ant Drursle
Hagan*
Hojuse ol FePrar We~rer.np Cienler
763 WRest lilvd Pastor .5 ;n r~rnor. B
Mc~lnnie
L.Derty Church Cr.-el.aca Rr.~
Vernon Pasear us Denne Boyen
191498 Mill Church: Second and
fourrth Suridays, 2 p.m. Off Highwhay
279, '
Newi Effor1 Church New Effort
Church Road Bor.11ay. Pastor is


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POSitiv Welil51QnS


A realistic conception of oniself is sometimes c~onsid-
ered- a hallmark of themental lyshealthyj person. A person
viith lowself-esteem~ is someone who devaluesthemself,'.
lor who' has a defeated sense ofself: Lik~ewise it is possible::
to hadeaninflated sense: of self, and
we all knowhow insufferable it is to be
arouridthose who think they are better,
vviser,funnier, or rinore` likable than they
really are. Some people's view of them -
S i~Ve5~ Is thus' inflatpld, while others have
,a deflated sense of self..Most of us have
areas of our lives where we are seem-
ingly oblivious to our faults.Current 5
psychological research suggests that ~
there may be some benefit to positive
lilliSIdinS, both about ourselves and others. I ese~ positive
illUSidns become self-fulfilling prophecies.That is, we
become the people we thihk we are, and others live up
to or down to, the expectations we have of them. So, we -
should think positively about ourselves and others,and :
strive to live up to our own expectations.

We are bound to give thahiks to God always for you,
brethiren, as is fittingg~ because your faith is growing
abundantly, and the love of every one: of you for one
another tS INCreaSti~g.
R.S.V. 2 Thiessalonians 1:3


FAITH


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Obituaries


wednesday, October 21,20


Local


Salvador Diaz-Gomez; three
sisters, Rosa Diaz-Gomez,
IMaia Diaz-Gromez and
Andrea Diaz-Gomez; two sons,
Ponciano Diaz-Jimenez and
Miguel Angel Diaz-Jimenez;
and two daughters, Amalia
Diaz-Jimenez and Alicia Diaz-
Jimenez.
Flmeral services were
conducted Oct. 16 in St.
Margaret's Catholic Church
with Father Allen Rodriquez
officiating and Clary-Glenn
Flmeral Home directing. You
may offer condolences and sign
guest book, www.clary-glenn.
com.

0fr POf Ief
grandparents, Donnie and
Carolyn Porter, of Marianna;
paternal grandmother, Mamie
Williams of Marianna; and a
host of other relatives.
A memorial service was
held Oct. 15 in the funeral
home chapel with the Rev.
Andy Glover officiating.
Memorialization will be by
cremation. James & Sikes
Iilmeral Home Maddox Chapel
is in cage of ra gments.

may be made to Sacred Heart
Hospital, 5151 N 9th Ave.,
Pensacola, FL, 32504 or Ronald
McDonald House, 5154 Vayou
Blvd., Pensacola, FL, 32503.


S Robert Noblin, 81,of
Pensacola, fortherly of New
Smyrna community, died Sept.
19, 2009. He was born Dec.
12, 1927, in Hartford, Ala., to
Christopher H. and Dellie
Noblin. A U.S. Navy veteran, he
served on the USS Wakefield
during WWII. He moved to
Pensacola in 1956 and retired
for Smith's Bakery after 33
years of service. He belonged to
Ensley.First Baptist Church.
He is preceded in death
by an infant son, David Lee;
sisters Louise Borchman,
Jeanette Strehlow and Eliza
Retherford. Survivors include
'~'his wife of more than 50 years,
~80 I$10 ~
Bertha Finch Gay, 90, of
Panama City, died Oct. 8, 2009.
She was born April 10, 1919, in
Chipley. She was well-known
for her Thanksgvn and
Christmas dines She was
a member of the First Baptist
'Church of Panama City and
attended Grover Holland's
"Phileo" Sunday school class.
She is survived by her
-husband, V C. "Coy" Gay; a son,
John Gay, and his wife, Terry, of
P Deffick
Derrick Emory Britt, 18,
of Columnbia, S.C., died Oct. .
9, 2009, in Columbia. He was
born Oct. 22, 1990, in Columbia.
He was a son of Emily Jr. and
Margaret "Peggy" Cherry Britt.
A 2009 Graduate of Cardinal
Newman High School, he had '
beenn accepted into Johnson
a Wales Univert Culinary

SEagle Scout, enjoyed' camping
anid outdoor activities with
SScouting. He also enjoyed time
Spent with family and friends,
music and laughter. ~
In addition to his parents,
Several siblings survive him;
Allison Brown, of Chipley;
Revis R.
Revis Robert "Robby"
SBrown, 52, died Oct. 10, 2009,
after a courageous battle .
against bone cancer. He was
Ibornin Panama City and is
a 1975 graduate of Marianna
:~Higli School. He attended
Chipola College. He'was a
firefighter/EMT at Jackson
County Fire Rescue (JCFR)
-and briefly interrupted it to
relocate to Texas to work at
an oilfield. He returned to
Ma'rianna and rejoined JCFR,
Sand he eventually progressed
:tothe rank ofcaptain. He
married KiarenToole on
March 16, 1985. He retii-ed as
SJCFR chief in 2006, and he
became administrative chief
with Nature Coast Emergency
Medical Services in Citrus
iCounty.
He was full of humor, an
dyid~dgolfer, enjoyed sports and
l iove~d to travel with his family
Sand fr~iends.
Ralph M.
Ralph Moody Street, 78, .
ofCaryvilleded Sunday,
Oct. 11, 2009, in the Mobile
Infirmary We'st in Mobile, Ala.
A native and lifelong resident
Sof Washington County, he was a
U.S. Army veteran and lifelong
member of the D.A.V: He was a
lineman for the U. S. Army and
a member of Southside Baptist
Church in Dothan.
Survivors include his
wife, Lilly Street,~ of Caryville;
four sons, Michael Street, of
Caryville, Robert street, of `
Panama City, Walter Street, of
Caryville, and William Street,
of Chipley; one daughter,
Mary E. (Libby), and hei '
1 husband, Mike McNaron, of
SWausau; a daughter-in-law,


Jonell; one son, Gerald, and
his wife, Melody, of Dallas,
Texas; two grandsons; a sister,
Sara Nell Pate; a brother, Billy
Noblin, and his wife, Thea. Mae;
and numerous nieces and
nephews.
Flmeral services were held
Sept. 22 in the funeral home
chapel with the Rev. Bill Estes
officiating. Interment followed
in the Bonifay Cemetery in
Bonifay with Faith Chapel
Flmneral Home of Cantonment
in charge of arrangements.
Memorial donations may be
made to a favorite charity
Condolences may be made,
www.fefhs.com.
I0f
New Hope; two grandsons; four
great-grandsons; brother, Mack
Finch, and his wife, Martha, of
Panama City; and many nieces
and nephews
Flmneral services were
held at 2 p.m. on Oct. 12 in
the Wilson Flmeral Home
Chapel with Rev. Clyde Ellison
officiating. Interment followed
in Evergreen Memorial
Gardens with Wilson Flm~eral
,Home of Panama City directing.
E. Britt
Michelle and Caitlin Britt, both
of Columbia; grandparents,
Dorothy Britt, of Campbellton,
Margaret Cherry, of Orland
Park, Ilk:, Thomas Cherry of
Port St. Lucy; and a host of
aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews
and friends.
Flmneral service was held
eOt 1 at S Josp hmC olic

Jackson National Cemetery.
Memorials may be made
to Camp Kemo, Seven
Richland Medical Park Suite
203 Columbia, SC, 29203.
Information provided by .
McKinnie FLmneral Home of
Campbellton.
Br0WH
,He belonged to Caverns
Road Church~ of Christ in
Marianna and attended
Pleasant Grove Road Church of
Christ in Inverness.
His parents preceded him
in death: Judge Robert Revis
Brown, Sr. in 1984 and Car~olR
Brown in 2009.
Survivors include his
wife, Karen lbole Brown,
of Graceville; his daughter,
Laramie Brown; two sisters,
Katie Schardl, of Tallahassee,
and Joan Kaplan, of Clerrmont. '
one niece; his father-in-law an r
mother-in-law, Thomas and
Barbara Toole; brother-in-law,
Buddy Toole; and sisters-in-law -
Tami Ibole and Tara Hatcher,
all of Graceville.
Fmneral services were Oct.
14 in the funeral home chapel.
Burial followed in Pinecrest.
Memorial Gardens with James
8: Sikes Flmneral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.
Street
Linda Street, of Vernon; five
br others, Bryant Street and
Jack Street, ofPanama City,
Ray Street, of'Itimpa, David
Street, of LaGrange, Ga.,, and
Richard Street, of Houston,
Texas; one sister, Estelle
Barrow, of Panama City; four
grandchildren; and three great-
grandchildren.
Fmneral services were held
Oct. 14 in the funeral home's
Main Street chapel with the
Rev. Tim Bush officiating.
.Interment followed in Hard
Labor Cemetery with Brown
FLmneral Home in charge of
arrangements. .
Friends and family may
sign the online register, www.
brownnh.net.


Domingo Diaz-Gomez,
45, of Delmniak Springs died
Oct. 10, 2009, as a result of an
automobile accident. He was
born Aug. 15, 1964, in Chiapas,
Mexico. He worked hard and
dreamed of having a nice car
and house to live with all of his
family. He loved to dress like a
cowboy.
His son Ernan Diaz-
Jimenez preceded him in
death. .
Survivors include his father,
Mateo Diaz-Telue; mother,
Maria Gomez-Diaz; three
brothers, Martin Diaz-Gomez,
Manuel Diaz- Gomez and

Goe LyS
Cael Lysaer Porter, 17
months, of Marianna died
Oct. 13, 2009, at Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola. He was
bornin Panama City on May
12, 2008.
Cael-Cael, as he was called
by his older brother, is survived
by his parents, Eddie and Lisa;
older brother, Cameron; and
his twin brother, Caden, all of
Marianna. He is also survived
maternal gean arents,e,
of Cottopdale; maternal
grandmother, Sue Carlisle, of
Granton, Wis.; maternal great-
grandmother, Phyllis Melquist,
of Coon Rapids, Minn.; paternal


Karl Clifford Kemp, 71,
of Chipley died Oct. 8, 2009,
in the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital. A native
of Houston, Texas; he had been
a resident of Chipley for the
past 15 years. He was a retired
air conditioning and heating
estimator for Triple A Air
Conditioning Company and was
of the Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife,
Carolyn Kemp, of Chipley;
one son, Karl Curtis Kemp, of
Chipley; one daughter, Sherry,


and her husband, Joel Clark'
of Chipley; one sister, Jean
Susaraba, of Austin, Texas; four
grandchildren; and one great-
grandson.
~Flmeral services were held
Oct. 13 the funeral home's Mam
Street chapel with the Rev
Ronmie Gene Hagan officiating.
Interment followed in Wausau
Memorial Gardens with Brown
FLmneral Home in charge of
arrangements. Friends and
family may sign the online
register, www.brownfh.net.


The Rev. Herbert Charles
Foskey, 71, of Bonifay died
Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009, at his
home. He was pastor of the
New Bayview Church of God of
Prophesy for many years. He
was the son of the late Clifford
Foskey and the late Henrietta
(Coleman) Foskey.
He was preceded in death
by an infant daughter, Wanda
Sue Foskey; a brother, Darrell
Foskey; and a sister, Linda

Bar ivors include his wife,
Betty (Ricketson) Fbskey;
two sons, Terry Foske~y, aid
his wife, Sylvia, and Herbie
Foskey, and his wife, Paula,
all of Bonifay; five sisters,
Sara Dell, Nancy Davis, and
her husband, Joe, and Ann
Yarborough; and her husband,


Jimmy, all of Waycross, Ga.,
Joyce Woodcock,and her
husband, Charles, of Kenai,
Alaska, and Frances Dixon,
and her husband, Tony ,of
Abbeyvile, Ga.; three brothers,
Edwin (Monk) Foskey, and his
wife, Margie, of Jacksoliville;
Richard Foskey, and his wife,
Gina, of Alma, Ga.; Wayne
Foskey, and his wife, Bonnie,
of Waycross, Ga.; and five
grandchildren.

New Bn lew Cuch 1f God
of Prophesy on Oct. 13, with
the Revs. Ernest Dupree, Tony
Dixon, William Nester and L.
B. Baggett officiating.
Interment followed in
the New Bayview Cemetery
in Bonifay with Sims ]Ftmeral
Home of Bonifay directing.


Joe Wilson, of Dothan, Ala.,
and Gary Wilson, of Panama
City; and numerous nieces,
nephews, aunts and uncles.

held Oct. 14 in the Bethlehem
United Methodist Church with
the Rev. Charles Wimberly
officiating. Burial followed
in the church cemetery sirith
'Peel Flmeral H~ome in Bonifay

Me orial contributions
maybe made to the Bethlehem
Methodist Cemetery nlmd.
Swan ner
Graceville;' two sisters, Bai-bara
Crisp of Knoxville, Tenn. and
Elizabeth Dial of Atlanta, Ga.;
two brothers, David and Reffery
Swanner, both of Knoxville,
Tenn.; 14 grandchildren; and 18
great-grandchildren.
Ftmeral service was held at
New Smyrna Assembly of God
Church Oct. 12, with the Revs.
Edwin Bell and Josh Garner
officiating. Interment followed
in the New Smyrna Cemetery
in Bonifay with Sims Flmeral
Home of Bonifay directing.


Linda Diane Wilson, 62, of
St. Petersburg died Oct. 9, 2009.
She was born Feb. 16, 1947, in
Pesc adto Moelvin T. and Opal
Her father; a brother,
Jack Wilson; and maternal
Sandparents, Monroe and
Lena Paul, preceded her in
death.
Survivors include her

Bonfy ;twos ser Riotf
Horner, of Tamnpa and Joycie
Ditto, of Bonifay; two brothers,
J0hn W.
John Welkrer"J. W "
Swanner, 69, of Bonifayr died
Oct. 9, 2009, at his home. He
was the son of the late Roy
Swanner and the late Thelma
(Miles) Swanner.
He is survived by a wife,
Shirley'(Hallford) Swanner;
three daughters, Miary Grace
Duke of Webb, Ala., Elizabeth
Mathis of Taylor, Ala., Heather
Tatavitto ofBonifay; three
sons, Kenneth Finch and
Michael Hathaway, both of
Bonifay, Keith Hathaway of


three great-grandchildren; and
a host of nieces and nephews.
Flmneral services were held
Oct. 15 in the funeral home's
Main Street chapel with the
Rev. Clois Joyner officiating.
Interment followed in the
Millviille Cemetery in Panama
City. Family and friends may
sign the online register, wwr.
brownfh.net.


Mavis Christell Sapp Carr,
94, of Chipley, died Oct. 13,
2009, in the Washington Rehab
and Nursing Center. She was a
native and lifelong resident of
Washington County. ~She was a
homemaker and of Pentecostal
Holiness faith.
She is survived by one son,
Joe Carr, and his wife, Joyce,
of Chipley; two grandchildren;


Miguel Santiz de la Cruz,
24, of De~Elmiak Springs died
Oct. 10, 2009. He was born
Sept. 24, 1986 in Chamxillas,
Mexico. His favorite sport was
basketball, and he enjoyed
listening to music and dressing
like a cowboy.
He is survived by his father,
Augustin Santiz Hernandez; ~
mother, M~aria de la Cruz
Gomez; and two brothers,


Sebastian Santiz de la Cruz
and Manuel Santiz de la Cruz'
Flmeral services were
conducted Oct:.15 in St.
Margaret's Catholic Ch~urch
with Father Allen Rodriquez
officiating and Clary-Glenn
Iilmeral Home directing.
Offer condolences and sign
guest book, www.clary-glenn.
com.


Whelena Krystopo
Whelena (Dumais) Baites, of West Palm Beach
Krystopa, 80, of Bonifay died and Arlene Bradshaw, of Ocala;
Oct. 13, 2009, at her home. She one son, Wayne Krystopa,
was the daughter of the late of Everglades City; four
Alphonse Dumaig and the late grandchildren; and one great-
Irene' (Michaud) Dumais. grandchild.
SSurvivors include three Memorialization was by
daughters, Sharon (Krystopa) cremation with Sims Fmneral
Brogdon, of Panama City, Lynn Home of Bonifay in charge.
Urban H. Jennings, Jr.
Urban Hasting Jeinnins, Jr., One sister, Sonia Bryant and
69, of Caryville died Oct. 14, 2009, husband, Paul, of Caryville, and
at Doctors Memorial Hospital 'several nieces and nephews
in Bonifay. He was a veteran of gurvive him. Mlenorialization
the U. S. rmy and the son of the was by cremation with Sims
late Urban Jennings andthelate Flmneral Home of Bonifay in
Bertha (Gunther) Jenniings. charge.
Audrey E. Kirkpaltrick


Alfonso 1Mendez Lopez,
20, of Dellmiak Springs died
Oct. 10O, 2009, as a result of an
automobile accident. He was
born Aug. 1, 199, mi Chamulas,
Mexico.
His favorite sport wras
basketball, and he enjoyed
wearing cowboy boots and a
cowboy hat.
Survivors include his
parents, Domingo Mendez
Gomez and Pedrona Lopez;


brother, Arturo Gomez; and
uncles, Mareo Mendez and
Nicholas Gomez.
Feral services were
conducted Oct. 15 mn St.
Margaret's Catholic Church
with Father Allen Rodriquez
officiating and Clary-Glenn
Fmneral Home directing.
Offer condolences and sign
guest book, www.clary-glenn.
com.


Ernan Diaz-Jimeliez, 15,
of Delmniak Springs died
'Oct. 10, 2009, as a result of an ~
automobile accident. He was
born April 17, 1994, in Chiapas,
Mexico. He enjoyed playing
video games and hanging out
with his friends and having a
great time.
His father Domingo Diaz-
Gomez preceded himn in death.
Survivors include his
mother, Veronica Jimenez-
Gomez; two brothers, .


Donciano Diaz-Jimenez and
Miquel Angel Diaz-Jimenez;
and two sisters, Amalia Diaz-
Jimenez and Alicia Diaz.
Jimenez.
Flmeral services were
conducted Oct. 16 in St. -
Margaret's Catholic Church
with Father Allen Rodriquez ,
officiating and Clary-Glenn
Fmneral Home directing.
Offer condolences and sign
guest book, www.elary-glenn.
com. -


daughter, Carolyn (Kirkpatrick)
Stern of Pelham, Ala., formerly
of Bonifay; two grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren.
Interment was in the
Bonifay Cemetery in Bonifay.
A graveside memorial
service will be held at a later
date with Sims Elmeral Home,
Bonifay directing:-


Audrey Elizabeth
(Krowmeyer) Kirkpatrick, 83, of
Panama City died Oct. 14, 2009,
at Glen Cove Nursing Pavilion
in Panama City.
She was: the daughter of
the late Julius Krowmeyer and
the late Rosetta (Unknown)
Krowmeyer.
Survivors include one


1 a p.m. wausau Library
open.
7 a.m. -- Holmes Counmty
Chamber of Commerce
breakfast. .
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
10:30 11 a.m. Chipley
Library preschool story time.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging locatedd
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
Noon Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
New Life Assembly Fellowship
Hall, Chipley.
1 p.m. Washiington County
Commission meeting.
6 p.m. TOPS meeting, Mt.
Olive fiaptist Church, located
three miles north of Bonifay
onHwy. 79.
6 9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each Tuesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center, 757
Hoyrt St., Chipley.
1i p.m- TheSWasphintgton/

Group meet at Woodmen of
the World in Chipley. Children
are welcome. Call 547-3173.
6:30 8 p.m. "Journeys:
Finding Your Way Through
Grief" meeting, at Bonifay
Nursing and Rehab Center.


dance until 10 p.m. Music by
the Country Boys. Admission
$5; Children 12 and younger
free with parents. No
sinking or alcohol. Door
prizes and 50/50 giveaways. .
Refreshments available.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
Presbyterian Church, Chipley.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24
8 a.m. to noon Holmes
County Library open.
CLOSED: Wausau Library
Chipley Library, Vernon
Library. .
8 p.m. Alcohohcs
Anonymous meeting, Bonifay
Methodist Chur~ch, Oklahoma
Street, Bonifay.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting
board room at Graceville-
Campbellion Hospital
Boardroom, Graceville

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26
CLOSED: Holmes County
Library, Vernon Library,
Wausau Library.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley ,
Library open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides


bingo, exercise, games,
activities, hot meals and
socialization.
11 at.m. Washington
Council on Aging Gocated
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted,
6 7;30 p.m. Salvation
Army Domestic Violence
and Rape Crisis Program
(SADVP) will be hosting a
domestic violence support
group each Monday. SADVP
Rural Outreach office at
1461 S, Riailroad Ave., Apt. 1,
Chipley. Call Emma or Jess at
415-5999.
6:00 p~m. Bonifay City
Council meeting.
7 p.m. Vernon City
Council meeting. .
7 p.m. Vernon Lodge
164 F&AM. Call Johnny
Worthington at 535-0310.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church,
located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
County Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vernon
4Ibrary open.
1-6 p.m. Wausau Library


8 p.m. Narcotics
SAnonymous meeting,
Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church, Bonifay.
8 p.m. ---Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, New .
Hope Volunteer Fire Station,
on Hwy. 2, Holmes County.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
SCounty Library open.
1 6 p.m. Vernon Library
open.
'9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Chipley
Library open. .
10 a.m. to noon Homes
Council on Aging provides
bingo, exercise, games,
activities, hot meals and
socialization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging Gocated
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217'
donations accepted.
3:30 4:30 p.m. Holmes
County Tobacco Prevention

EtHl ecsa nunt oH lh
Department is lookring~for
people to join Holmes County
Tobacco Free Partnership
to make a difference in the
community. Call Kay Warden,
547-8500, ext. 267.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW


open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m. Washington
Council on Aging (located
in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217,
donations accepted.
Noon Chipley Kiwanis
Club meeting.
Noon Alcoholics
Anonymous open meeting,
New Life Assembly Fellowship
Hall, Chipley.
- 5:30 p.m. Chipley
Downtown Merchants
Association, 827 Main St.
6 9 p.m. GED Prep
classes each Tuesday and
Thursday at Washington-
Holmes Technical Center, 757
Hoyt St., Chipley.
6 p.m. Holmes County
Commission meets fourth or
last Tuesday.
6:30 p.nli. Washington
County Republican Party
meeting held at 794 Third St.,
Chipley.
L:3 pm. WusaulMasonic
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous closed meeting,
Presbyterian Church, Chipley.
8 p.m. Narcotics
Anonymous meeting, Blessed
Trinity Catholic Church,
Bonifay.


WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21
CLOSED: Wausau Library.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Holmes
.:County Library open-
~,9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open. .
9 "1 6 p.m. Vernon Library
: ~- open.
10 a.m. to noon Holmes
Council on Aging provides
'2-hoi meals and socialization.
".119~m. Wa'shington
'"Council on Aging Gocated
': in Chipley) senior lunches,
fdr reservations call 638-6217,
,-donations accepted.
Noon Bonifay Kiwanis
-Club weekly meeting, Simbo's
Restaurant, Bonifay.
1p.m. Line dancing,
Washington Council on Aging,
Chipley.
7 p.m. Depression and
: ,Bipolar Support Group
meets at First Baptist Church
-educational annex building, ,
Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m. Alcoholics
Anonymous meeting, Ponce
Me Lene MehdshuL .

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22
CLOSED: Vernon Library.
8 a.m. Holmes County
Library open.
'9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chipley
Library open.


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Karl C. Kemp


Robert Noblin


Rev. Herbert C. Foskey


1


Linda D. Wilson


MSViS C. (0f f


MigUel Santiz de in CrUZ


Alfonso Mendez Lopez


Ernan Diaz-Jimenel `


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LAST RECORD OF VEST-
ING FILED FOR THIS
PROPERTY; THERE HAVE
BEEN NO, VESTING
CHANGES SINCE THE
DATE OF THE ABOVE
REFERENCED SOURCE.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING
AN INTEREST IN THE
SURPLUS FROM THE
SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE
~OFTHEFLI PENCD M
WffHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities
Act of 1990 (ADA), disa-
bled persons who, be-
cause of their disabilities,
need special accommo-
dation to participate in this
proceeding should contact
the ADA Coordinator at
1293 Jackson Avenue,
Chipley, FL 32428~ or Taile-
phone Voice/TDD (904)
763-9061 prior to stfch
proceeding.
Dated this 9 day of Octo-
ber, 2009.
Linda Hayes Cook .
Clerk Of The Circuit Couit ~
By: J.C.110gers
Deputy Clerk ~
Subinitted by:
Law Office of Marshall C.
Watson
1800 NW49th Street,.
Suite l20 ..
'Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33309
Telephone:(954) ~453-0365
Facsistlile:(954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
As published in the Wash-
ington County News Octo-
ber 14, 21, 2009.



OF T I TUDCA

'WAOS NGTO'N COUNTY,
CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-350
BRANCH, BANKING AND
TRUST : COMPANY, a
North Carolina banking
corporation,
Plaintiff,

LANDDEV, LLC a/k/a Land
Development LLO, a Flor-
ida limited liability corn-
EG ETT ANKAUFLM
RA., JEFFREY S. KAUF-
MAN, JR., MATTHEW S.
ENGLrTT CRAIG R. LYND
and K.E.L. TITLE INSUR-
ANCE AGENCY INC.;
Defendants. ,


tc is hr by bven that
pursuant to the Final ?udg-
ment in the case of
BRANCH BANKING AND
TRUST COMPANY v
LNDDEV, LL~C,Nu e a.
67-08-CA-350, the ~under-
sined Cl rk of th Ci it

County, Florida will on No-
vember 16, 2009, at 11:00
a.m., at the Wasflingtort
Courity Coprthouse, 1293
Jackson Avenue, Building
10)0,- Chipley;, Florida
32428, offer for sale ,and


the pirt2 sat da i
Waslyington County, Flor
iaH dsribed as follows: i
1.Lot 6,Block 14SUNNY
tHIL U NIthiere co ding

Pg 7 f th aPubi oe -

Cuty oFlori ashiar e
ID#:00P000000-01-0014-00

02. Lot 25, Block 27,
Sianny Hills Units` 1, ac-
cording it. iha piia frhereof
a' re.: rllea fr Prajl BOok
-'4 Pjac 3418 I he Purd~i
Reconis f Washisngtn
County, loiaParcel
ID#:00Q00000-01-01 27-00

3.. Lot 19, Block 376


Pa e 60.1 of the Public
~Re ords of Washihgton
County, Florida. Parcel
ID#:0000000(1-06-0376,00

4u Loti s2,UnBlock 360
ing tthe Plat thr ocf as

Pae 7, of thph Pbi
orcbds of IWashington
CD : 0000 -do -03 rc-e
32
5. Lot' 14, B ock 428,

crdn gt Ithe P~t thrac
as recorded in plat book 2,
Page 77-86,- of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
11)#00000000-07-0428-001


1BR Efficiency Apartment
in Vemnon. Includes power
water, garbage & dish.
$550 month, $550 de-
posit. 527-5250.
For Rent: Unique
2BR/2BA screened porch
apartment. Non Smoker, 1
small pet, references
850-547-'494 or
850-532-2177
Furnished 1BR Apart-
ment. $380 month. Free
water, sewage & garbage.
1-888-744-4793.
THE NEW RIDGE-
I WOOD, APARTMENTS I
'eludric i3.=01FM35 il




:1.mulu s more Sun il
aCadlt or se.< new car32



rn4 ds of gof 773-3619 -


6140 .
4BR/1BA House for rent in
Vernon. $750 argonth,
$750 deposit. HUD not ac-
cepted. 527-5250.
Chipley 3BR/1BA House.
Storage shed, CH&A, W/D
Conn, WS&G incl. $600
mo $300 dep No Pety
850-814-2625

For Lease/Sale
2 bt, 1 ba House in Chip-,
ley $750 month wlWSG &
lawri maint. included De-
p.:.3.1 i a-vtery:;i Rt


providing Medicare cover-
age in all states and coun-
ties effective January 1,
2010.
If you are now a member
of Advantra Freedom
PFFS, we will keep provid-
ing your Medicare cover-
age through December 31,
2009, and we will be send-
ing you a letter with more
information on how to
change your coverage
starting January 1, 2010.
For more information,
please call 1-866-386-2330
(TTY /TDD :
1-866-386-2335), 8 a.m. to
8 p.m., seven days a
week. For questions about
Medicare, please call
1 -8 00 MEDICARE
(1-800-6334227), 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week. TFY
users should call
1 8 7 7 4,8 6 2 0 4 8
M0003 090CPPFFSM
SA822_NoR~nwP lrrj:
Date: 10/2/2009.
As published in thC Was1~n
ington County News Oilio
ber 21, 2009.


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2130 Eneaml Aulmals'
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6. Lot 16, Block 436,
Sunny Hills Unit 7, accord-
ing to the plat therof, as re-
corded in Plat Book 2,
Pages 77-86, of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
ID#:00000000-07-0436-00
16
7. Lot 4, Block 500, Sunny
Hills Unit 8, according to
the plat thereof, as re-
corded in Plat Book 2,
Pages 88-101 of the RPblic
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
ID#00000000-0805-0000-0

8. Lot 20, Blockc 544,
Sunny Hills Unit 9, accord-
ing to the plat thereof, as
recorded in Pit Book 2,
Page 107 of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida. Parcel
ID#00000000-09-0544-002

9. ILot 10, Black 555,
Sunn~y Hills Unit 9, accord-
ing to the plat thereof, as
recorded in Plat Book 2,
Pages 102-07-of the Public
Records of Washington
County, Florida Parcel
ID#00000000-09-0555-001

10.' Lot 22,, Block 574,
Sunnyi Hills Unit 10, ac-
cording to the plat thereof,
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 108-118 of the
Public Records of Wash-
ington County, Filorida.
P a r .c e I
ID#00000000-1 0-0574-002

11. Lot 2, Block. 617,
Sunny Hills Unit 10, ac-
cording to the plat thereof*
as recorded in Plat Book
2, Pages 108-118 of the
Public Relcords of Wasr..
ington County, Floria.9
Parce
ID#00000000-10-061 7-C i1'

12. Lot 4, .Block 565
Sunny Hills Unit 10, ac
cording to the plat therect
as recorded in Plat Bci.
2, Pages 108-118 of :re

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ID #0000mouid 10-0567-000

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Cournry Florida Parcel
IDPS00000000-1 -0:85000 5:

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Surmy HIls Unl1 11 ac.
i'jrdlng 10 rhe plla theriiol
r5 ~e 108 sor In4 Pl
I.0 RsLcords ofl Wasranglor.
County Flohlaj Pjlrel


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Re-corrdlS 01 Wasn~nglor n
Cou),nty Floras Parcel

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County Flor da Parcel
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18 1... 6. 81ic 987
.un rr ll unga e 15 s

as Page n6 Prj Ie at
li re7.jids of Wash ngli n


rates: In the surplu5 from
rhe sale. .1 alny0rie inar'
Iine projperty ,reer as of
Ins date of Irue 1.5 pered-
en~s. murl lile a iCla.m
*"ruln 60 anys after rr.

Wrnesjs mi. nand aind off
.iljl Seal GI said C:ut ines
12day o IlOctbE~r.09 Lnl
_Ir (, .n reC~rcunl Coun


L~ri L Hqyrr.B~pnar. EdQ
ajcatel i A..de-J LPA
3505 Ejsr La Ola: Boule-
;ari
Sune 1150
.i~ Lauderdlell Fl~rica
Pr.,:.ne9 bi-~-I162S1


"agion Colunry I emr Octo


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;ntry nB3alm an LIfE Ingor
an,:e Company an.- First
Heallir L ~ie allr. Inrur
ance Compan~y, e@.II 31p


766 4th St. (NW corner of
Shivers Park) Christmas
decorations, furniture,
children's clothes, toys,
drop in stove, collector's
dolls, upright freezer, new
liner pool steps, golf clubs.
Sat., Oct. 24th. until 1pm.



Multi-Family yard sale,
Thursday, 22nd, Friday,
23rd, Saturday, 24th &
Sunday, 25th. Hundreds of
items, 1853 Winterville
Lane, Bonifay. From 79 to
177-A, north 7 miles, turbo
Winterville Church, Follow
Signs.


(.32150
p K&L Farm, LLC
I Green Peanuts for I
I Bolling. I
S1567 Perley GrIVP R1 I
Ch pleg
M UF 86-5 ij, .i-4 3:1 1
850438 5002; I
850-260 5003,
85051.3380

PUMPKINS, PUMPKINS
PUMPKINS
.11. Eda~ea Bpackyard
T~maices,
CoJrner ofl 51utn Blvd.
850 26:0-90i79:


|3280
1949 Farmall Cub with 59
woods finish mower. Runs
great, good tires. $1,900
850-956-2563

FLARRY CAGLE
I II you need Ic* I
I cuv eirsell I
I cojnst equipment )
DOZjrjcs Lojaders
1E~caval.-,rs FojrresiryI
1 Cor.~iac I
I Icagle~cagleequip- I
ment.coniI
1;l 0850-19-142



I 3300
1x Alundnum t~u l~i

pn .rnsulalo gs~

851:-5-a--096 :
Pecan Cracking 5
Sh~ell~rng 850-638-;81r
Wanted: Elderlly genlil
ma~n wanlting Iady lor com
panlon & Igngr. nojuss...
Room torea fre Lines In
Bojnday, Mul liaires. Smrall
idaila Cell# 93-2 8959 g~g~
Wanted: Junr a~pr..ilinces
lasr..mowes farlm area
gadien iequipment gall
carts sairlsllrer for hree
w~ill piCC up Ca11
851j-5470jl8



| 3310 1
Alvares Electic
Accoustal I. irinaa bear
@.lh narj .:me pi- 0*14,.
,F, ,i. F..:. I.lr...r i
85r>535-9-tog
MUSIC LESSONS: Pljna
Gustar Bass. Diums
Barap Mlandoln~r VIo~llr
Flurea Covington IVlbsic
We~ buy u-sed mlusial .0.

Cnsplay 850-638 5050




pCae no Bound 2nd Fn a
Iday of ear~uti mann .
I&Ge~up AL$3 B'lR F
Ipersone Ivl rrjeome r 1
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1100 Help Wanrden
4130 E~mploymsal
Informanlon


110- Cars I dT loices
1120 Public Notices/
Announcemonis
112 carpools &
Rideshare
1130 rAdoptions
1140 Happy Ads
116 tPrsonals
1170 Found



.1100

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL
CIRCURr,IN AND FOR
WASMINGTON COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,
CGIVILDIVISION
CS 8C1002 NO.:

U.S. BANK NATIONAL ~AS-
SOCIAlON, AS TRUSTEE
FOR STRUCTURED AS-
.SET INVESTMENT LOAN
TRUST-SAIL 2005-3,
Plaintiiff
vs.
JODY:H. COX; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF .JUDY H'.
COX; UNKNOWN TENANT
:(S); IN1 POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROP-
.ERTY,- ,
.Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE

9JOTIGE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated the 8 day of Octo-
ber, 2009, and entered in
Case .No.
67-2008-CA-000523, of the
Circuit dourtobfthe14TH
Judicial Circuit in and for
Washington County, Flor-
ida, whereip U.S. BANK
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
AS. TRUSTEE FOR
~STROCTORED ASSET IN-
VESTMENT LOAN
TRU-SFSPll 2005-3 is the
Plaintif anod JUDY H. COX;
-UNKNOWVN SPOUSE OF
JUDY H. COX; UNKNOWN

J~jE~dOE.A S UNN

R EaNOR rHeSU JECdT
antsl will sell to the high-
Seit A~nd.best bidder for
~cash al-the AT FRONT
`STERS OFCOURTHOUSE
at thie Washington County
Coyrthouse in Chipley,
.Florida,.ct 11:00 a.mn. on
.the,9 ddy~ of November,
2009, the following de-
sicribgd propertyy as set
-forthJn nsad Final Judg
LEGALADDENDUM
THE;- FOLLOWING DE-
~SCB)BED. R`EAL PROP
ERTY SITUATE IN THE
CI~TYOF SUNNY HILLS
COUNTY OF WASHING-
-iON[S AND STATE OF
SPRELTOF LND,DE-
~SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
00TVMENCE AT THE SE
CORNER OF TI-E W %/ OF
.THE SW %/ OF SE %/ OF
9V-~ THENCE RUN
P.OINrT OF BEGINNING,
'TENE 1251 FET W ST
~NORTH, THENCE 125
FEF EAST, THENCE 135
.FEEP`SOUTH TO POINT
OF BEGINNING, BEING IN
.SECTIOlry5,TOWNSHIP 4
\ lFORY I NGE,13 WEST
IN W-~ASHINGTON

AOMNC~A ME SF
; CORNER0O THE W % OF
SWa 0PS / OF SW 1N'
~NORTH 715 FEET TO

.:ECE ESBE 12 E
TM N EC9T 125 FE


INOG; I:SECTIO 5

RAEN E 3 WES1; WASH-.OM FLR
IDA-.,
ALSO: `
COMMIT NCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SSECTIQN'5. TOWNNSHIP 4
NORTH, ~RANGE 13
WESTTH!ENCE N 89" 09
00O" W ALONG 'THE
SO~mlLI E OF dCT ON


TOTHFE -NORTH
RIG T-f)F-WAY LINE OF
STATE ROAD NO. S-277A,
AND THE POINT OF: BE-
GINNING, THENCE CON-
T7.0 WEE TEC
89" 01' 27" W 2.15 FEET,
THN 0 59 34"
NORTH RIGI )T OF WAY
LIE20dAWAY LNEEO S
09' 00" E ALONG NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE 6.52

NNG. J T PORCE L -
'ING IN' AND BEING A
PART OF THE SW %/ OF
''THE SE~% OFTHE SW%
OF SECTION 5, TOWN-
'1N TN WAHIN TN


For Rent 2BR/1BA trailer,
clean, $250. month.
3BR/2BA trailer, $325.
month, Ponce de Leon
area. Call 850-259-9113.

For Rent/sale: 3BR/2BA
ho~me in Chipley, CH/A,
$600. month. Handi-cap
equipped. Large ~Lot, Ref-
erences required, deposit,
1st and last. 850-547-2091


Publisher's


s,,, ,,l:j~ advertising in
II?, ,,i .. .i is subject to
n,- ,,j~ n,,,1g Act which
.n~l~ I1-j to advertise
jn :lll~ce, limitation
a: ?:m njl based on
nn]~.. Iiilalostntus e
nlnj ... ,j~ Or an inten-
r~: i. tji suctrrfp
crimination" Familial status
includes children under the
age of 18 living with parents
or legal custodians, preg-
nant women nd pope e se-
cuiigcustd fcide

This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any ad-
vertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are hereby
inormeddthat alis dwellings
per are available on a equal
opportunity basis. To com-
plain of discrimination call
HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free number for the
he~a0n 929mpa red is


I


as LE as


CALL TOB\I

(850) 638-8428
Cell 260-6225


M NERCHANDISE I
31 A ti u es

BuildingsApplies e
3170- u rs Ircm ls
orn0byinters
3200 Firewoodg Sple
3210 Frsieeass n

3220 Fucronishie

3230 Garage!'Yard Sales
-20Go Thrngs to Eat
3260 Health & Flrness .
3270 Jeueiry.Clothing
328g MachuntsrV'
Equipment



Supplies
3330 RestauranlHolel
3340 Sportinlg Goolds
3350 Ticktets (Buy & Sell)

m~r
S3100 1
Wanted .oBuy 3r.~i.us
dlnetwrhari CojlleClOon .




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MISCELLANEOUS
AUCTION
5323- Malin 51 verrlor. FL

I.'re Budijng! in Isnll

we~l rvry trom see to i
Cash creaddejtll tarj





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8BB Furniture 135 2 rlcn
AR A soluir Cn~ple
il, iji lr lj llly

Par~i cor Cargl


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3 Fam y onag as .
23 25~ sg 27 '0 :h oi~n


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Bar.i e.. Bba in~,mucn I


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(850) 547-0726 mnu,
Open 24 Hours, Self- r..ssn:,
SerVice, rNo Deposit, raIslnMl l
Unlt$ (8 (19910d 85* 547-4709


CLHEAAN NG
SERVICE
Profiesionanl Clearer.Q
Ovprl2Year CI





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r.LL(850)832-1489
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DRIVERS WANTED I
STr. County Comm~unr~r I
Counedl Inc
apple sc Iplngn I
I Tran to r rarr an I
I Great Benef tPackag~e 1
Mu ROIREM ET:. I e
and navei ir Operators
I Djnr.r 5 Liceinse yyth at (
I eaj to nest dlng g
I volal~jlonS a
I Mustapreetoannual I
Sphy~sical and
Ites.vgrou~nd srei-n~ng
I DUTIEQ:
TrpansoIrdeerm IO
~i elEth aUs t 3dw~ay
I radio. Mua tre stle to I
I secure onesoplnalr 1

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3I 0 h~nife jn10 5
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RETIREMENT PLANS
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Agency
ALLSTATE INSCURArC"E



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$9.00
per wreek
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638-0212

-417-9414


IFJtHasty
;.. Heating & Cooling
Sernong liastvnoton. H~lme~s and
.ajcr:Jn Countres folr 16 Years~l thi~r,
F--rrend/}) annd R~eiable Sericefr~
Service On AII Brands
Sales For Residential & Commercial
Commercial Refrigeration & Hoods
241 Hours 7 Days A Week Service Available
638-3611
CaulFor~r onthlrvSpc~ials

Zs in es r.:1: FF:0r.9 s0


Healthcare/Medical

LPN needed for fast
paced Physicians office in
the Bonifay area. Typing
skills required. Office
hours 8am-6pm,
Monday-Thursday, Fridays
8am-12noon. Call Linda'
850-768-1211.
Mystery Shppers, dear
up to $150. a ay un e
cover. Shoppers needed
to lhge retail &Ndining es-
ence requireme d: expll
877-372-3768
Professional/Church

Youth Pastor position
needed for Church, call
850-658-6246, Pastor
Larr.
Tutors 'Needed
Immres je I:.per.. ~ 1,-.
.ri rclulrfu. Ile bl



Wanted
L.1HC P~ar[ Tur~i cipcn
Ing 3 Days 10: Hourl 8
ruest~ 10r 3 monnin 115
an hour. BHOS exper
preferred. Small case-
load. Call 548-5524 Ask
for Becky C~ampbell or
Ron Boyce.

Wanted .
Residential Juvenile
Camp has opening for a
direct care staff. HS Di-
ploma, pass back-
ground screen, DL
req'd. Evening & Wknd
Shift $9 an hourFul
Becnef~if Cai 5J8 5.14
eg., I.-r Be...:5r, Capbll
c~r lir. BjyCe


AUT REPfAIR
FULL SERVICE
RiEPAIR FACILITIES
Tear..m. ..:.r,:- Eng ni

FREE INSPECTIONS

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850-210-9376


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Since 1977 EMF11ti IlE CHOWF00f1
LAND CLEARING
7 -
ROOTRAKING-
ROAD BUILDINGS 1a-.
PONDS ,cg
DMhOLITION 3n o


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MAINTENANCE
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HOme Of The $50

Service' Charge Arid1

FREE 10 Yr. Warranty~! L -
Phone 547-3816

638-1309 547-9078
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Dozer &
Excavator Service
Land Clearing Pond Digging
R0ad Building and Dump Truck Services
C=LYDE LO7CKE, OWNER

850-482-5981

CELL: 850-209-3259


1%ns.I Tureer cj. War!..
Landscape Design, Contracting.
Irrigllon
Il~aintenance a~nd .11atnageniel

BILLY BROCK FARMS
Cennpede 1r. AugUjnne St~rd


TREE SERVICE

Fully Insured Free Estan31e5

Small Tract Hanrvesng
Ch opr rurlng & Tmmln
AenallTruck* BOlicalWOrk
BUS: 850.415,217
Cell: 850.573.1270







BETH LEH EM



"' tidir Sr i


Home 850-517-2253
cell 8.350-2738
In nsiera nia.,1\ 11 1.1 II






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3BR/1BA House for sale
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car garage. In Westville.
$35,000. 850- 260-4654.


7150 .
Delfunlak Springs, 4
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$1000. down and $250.
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)89.900---3 BR 2 BA AT DWL-$89,900---20 ACRES WESTVILLE-
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mobile-unit, sleeps/12, :
67,000/miles, new .tireS,*.
transmission, good gener--
ator, 3/airs, $12,500. Will
sell, trade. Make offer.
8 5 0- 4 28 -6 51 2,
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1997 16x80 3BR/2BA
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850-547-4606

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setting, $525. per month
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850-2653166
Home for sale or rent. 3
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brick home. Like new
$800 month. 3BR/1BA
hme. $50 month. D -
850-579-4317.
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850-6993599
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bile Home on 2 fenced in
acres in the country. Boni-
fay area. Utility shed, ex-
celient water. $450 per
month, 1st & last. Ready to
move in. 850 263-9367.


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2BR/2BA, $400 per month,
$150 de osit. 2BR/1BA
CH/A, $500 per mont ,h'
$150 deposit; Very clean,
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For Rent: 2 & 3 bed-
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850 547-3462


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Pnaina Ct 5 9001
in Chipley, 921 N 2nd St.;
& Graceville 5262 Alabama
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starting @ $350 per< ro
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08 Toyota F3 CRUISER 16K Miles

07 TOYOTA RAV-4 Sharp, Local Trade!


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2006 MitsubishI Galant.
$10,500. Can been seen
at: Community South
Credit Union, 1044 Hwy 90
E.,'Chipley, FL.


8120
1989 Jeep with 2 tops. 4 2
liter motor, 4x4. $5000.
2-Stall Horse trailer with 2
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double axaL. $2500,
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850-596-0795.

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E., Chipley, FL.


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For Sale. 2006 Yamaha
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850-638-0659.


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Washington County. Large
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850-547-5060 ask for Mar-
ynn, gait 850-573-0253


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