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Wednesday, JULY 22, 2009 www.bonifaynow.com Vol ume 1 19, N um be r 14 50(


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An oil cange
Groceries.
Bath or skin
products
*A game or
child
*A donation to "
someone less fortunate or a
contribution to
a charity
A shirt or a pair of pants
F owers or a p ant for someone you love


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
S.afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
ip th i
4B CHIPLEY A suspect in the
Ai~ November 2006 robbery of
Capitol City Bank in Chipley
has been apprehended. Capi-
HAIRE tol City's corporate office said


they were informed that Cecil
Stephen Haire, 51, of Douglas,
Ga., was arrested in South
Carolina on bank robbery
charges last Friday.
The Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation (FBI) reported
that Haire is a suspect in 23
robberies across the south-


east, including Chipley on Nov.
6, 2006, two in Tallahassee,
and banks in Perry and Live
Oak. Haire is also a suspect in
robberies in Alabama, South
Carolina and Georgia.
Haire was arrested on
state robbery charges after a
witness saw him leave the Na-


tional Bank of South Carolina
(NBSC) in Mount Pleasant,
and provided authorities with
his license plate number, ac-
cording to the Columbia, S.C.,
office of the FBI.
Haire is believed to be

See ROBBERY A9


(EllLIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
Washington County News and
the Holmes County Times-Adver-
tiser are encouraging readers to
spend $30 on July 30 in an effort to
stimulate the local economy.
"You should always shop lo-
cally," said Washington County
Chamber of Commerce Executive
Director Ted Everett. The Wash-
ington and Holmes County Cham-
hers of commerce are sponsors.
"If you are a chamber member
you should also be shopping with
a Chamber member on this day."
"The idea is to spend $30 at a
local store or business to help the
local economy," said President of
the Holmes County Chamber of
commerce Mike Alvis. "People
may not realize how much of a dif-
ference $30 can make."
A suggestion to those who may


not have $30 to spend on July 30,
said Alvis, is hold off on their usu-
al "gas or grocery run" and do it
on the 30th at a local business.
"If you do your shopping on
Monday, wait till Thursday," said
Alvis. "It's only a couple days wait
in the name of helping out our
community."
Publisher Nicole Barefield de-
scribed it as a simple way for the
community to help out.
"All of our businesses are fac-
ing difficult times and that is
something that is out of our con-
trol; but here is something that
every person can do to help their
community and those who trade
and do business with them," said
Barefield. "It's so easy to make
a difference, by on this one day
to spend $30 and boost our local
economy."
To advertise, call 547-9414 or
638-0212.


Summer fun
Fun Day was a
success at\/\interville
Assembly of God on
July I I
A6

BUSiness welcome
Holmes County
Chamber of Commerce
welcomed Bonifay's
newest business and
chamber member
to the community,
Granny's Attic, during
the Grand Opening
on July 17
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INDEX
Opinion.................................PagA4
Extra .....................................Page B1
(lassif ieds ............................ Page B9

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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
aflesberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY Investigators with
the Holmes County Sheriff 's Of-
fice on Monday arrested a De-
funiak Springs man in an early
July attempted
On the eve-
ning of July
6, the Holmes

ed to reports of
STANILEY a strong-arm
robbery at the
BP station at State 81 and In-
terstate 10 in Ponce de Leon.
"The suspect, 23 year-old
Donald Avery Stanley, entered
the store, grabbed two cases of
beer and ran outside to a wait-
ing vehicle," Sgt. Michael Raley
said in a news release. "The ca-
shier ran after Stanley trying
to get him to stop. Stanley then
sat down the cases of beer, and
when the cashier tried to pick
up the beer, Stanley shoved the
cashier backward.
"Stanley then grabbed the
other case of beer and climbed
into the rear of a waiting ve-
hicle. The cashier attempted to
grab the other case ofbeerfrom
Stanley, when Stanley kicked
the cashier in the chest," Raley
said.
The cashier and other wit-
ness were able to obtain the
vehicles' tag number that led to
identifying Stanley. Stanley was
charged with robbery by sud-
den snatching and remained in
Holmes County Jail on a$10,000
bond Monday.

Subject charged
With meth tralfficking
BONIFAY- On July 18 at about
7 p.m., investigators with the
Holmes County Sheriff's Office
stopped a 1996
Honda driven
by Chnistopher
Charles Newton
of Graceville
while officers
wer t su ctng
NIEWTONI ation at County
173 and State 2.
"A search of the vehicle was
conducted and revealed drug
paraphernalia consistent with
the sale of illegal narcotics,"

See CRIME A9


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Encouraging readers to spend $30 on

July 30 to help jump-start the economy


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ON THE 30TH?

It's a fun, local
economic stimulus
efforltoThle idea is

spend a30 on n
local goods or
srIce tt ey
norma ly spend
on July 30 _
a Thursday.
Besides
sponsoring
the effort, The
Washington
County News will
help by offering
extremely low-cost
advertising on that
day so residents
will know where
to spend their
money.
Hopefully,
merchants will set
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Arrest REPORT
Holmes County Arrest Report
for the week July 13, 20, 2009
William Howard Curry: 21 of
Westville, aggravated domestic vio-
lence battery on a pregnant wom-
an.
Anthony Dault: 18 of Bonifay,
failure to appear on petit theft.
Shelly Denton: 41 of Bonifay,
violation of injunction on domestic
violence.
Veronica Dunsmore: 19of DeEk-
niak Springs, violation of probation,
leaving county without permission.
Phillip Ralph Holmes: 48 of
Westville, driving under influence.
Pamela Joan Johnson: 39 of
Lakeland, failure to appear on issu-
ing worthless checks.
Christopher Charles Newton:
35 of Bonifay, possession of marijua-
na, driving while license suspended
or revoked and trafficking in meth.
Alfred Dewayne Parrish: 22 of
Bonifay, burglary, battery.
Mark Raby: 52 of Bonifay, child
support and domestic violence bat-
tery.
George Raines: 74 of Bonifay,
driving while license suspended or
revoked, knowingly.
Jimmy Phillip Ryals: 29 of Boni-
fay, battery.
Edwin S. Villarreal: 39 of Boni-
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CHIPLEY The Bill Lee
passenger station is quiet.
The loading platform is
empty. Inside chairs await
passengers and the kiosk
awaits schedules.
Amtrak service for Chi-
pley ended in August 2005
when the Sunset Limited
was suspended east of
New Orleans due to dam-
age from Hurricane Ka-
trina and the costs associ-
ated with restoring service.
Since then Chipley has had
no passenger rail service,
but that could change if
recommendations from a
recent Federal report are
adopted.
Amtrak recently sub-
mitted the report as part
of Passenger Rail Invest-
ment and Improvement
Act of 2008 that reautho-
rizes the nation's intercity
passenger rail provider,
Amtrak, and establishes
new programs and poli-
cies to strengthen the U.S.
intercity passenger rail
system.
Section 226 requires
Amtrak to develop, by July
16, a plan for restoring
passenger rail service be-
tween New Orleans, Loui-
siana and Sanford. One of
then options is restora-
tion of the Sunset Limited
through Chipley.
U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd of
Florida strongly supported
adding Section 226 to the
report in the enabling leg-
islation, HR 6003.
"Since the close of Sun-
set Limited, I often hear
from constituents about
the possibility of restoring
this important service to
North Florida," Boyd said
in June 2008. "This legisla-
tion will get the ball rolling
on ways to restore this ser-
vice that will most benefit
the people of North Florida
and help to make train
travel an affordable option
in our region."
"Amtrak provided a
valuable service to many
Floridians. In this time of
rising fuel costs, passen-
ger rail service will provide
the people of North Florida
with more transportation
options and add an impor-
tant economic develop-
ment tool to the area."
Amtrak initially evalu-
ated 12 alternatives for
restoring service between
New Orleans, and Florida.
Of the 12 alternatives,


three were selected as
preferred options for eval-
uation in the study based
upon projected ridership,
revenue, operating costs,
and operating loss.
*Option 1: The pre-
ferred option is to restore
tri-weekly Sunset Limited
service between Los An-
geles, California and Or-
lando.
*Option 2: Extend the
daily City of New Orleans
service, which currently
operates between Chicago,
Illinois and New Orleans,
Louisiana, east from New
Orleans to Orlando.
*Option 3: Implement
daily stand-alone over-
night service between New
Orleans, Louisiana and Or-
lando.
All three options include
service through the Pan-
handle including Chipley.
A complete copy of the re-
port, map of the routes and
a summary of its findings
are online at chipleypaper.
com.
Local officials strongly
support the return of Am-
trak service.
"We're just glad to have
the opportunity to get it
back though here," said
Chipley City Manager Jim
Morris. "A lot of people
have asked about it com-
inghback and alot of people
have worked on getting
service back."
"The service would be
important for people here
and in other communities
that had no way to travel
without cars," Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce Executive Direc-
tor Ted Everett said. "The
nearest Greyhound bus
station is in Marianna.
"Loss of Amtrak has im-
peded travel and I am very
much in favor of the return
of Amtrak."
Everett said Amtrak of-
ficials came to the Cham-
her about five months ago
to gather information as
required in the legislation.
The officials also took pic-
tures of the Bill Lee station
as part of their research
into what is needed to re-
open the station.
Everett noted that the
return of Amtrak would
be one of several improve-
ments to local rail service.
Interchanges throughout
Chipley were improved in
recent months, and CSX
is preparing to add a rail
spur to the industrial park
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Canning is one of the many contests at the Holmes County Fair.

Fair and livestock show Sept. 22-26


BONIFAY The annual Holmes
County Fair and Livestock Show is
coming up Sept. 22-26 at the Hol-
mes County Fairgrounds on Sand-
path Road.
The show will once again fea-
ture entertainment every night,
a midway and contests including
booth exhibits, canned foods, hand-
iwork, art, photography, plant show,
youth poultry, youth rabbits, baked
goods, youth beef and steer show'
dairy show and market lamb and
goat show.
For information, call 547-3394.


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DEFUNIAK SPRINGS -
Two people were dead
and a woman and two
children injured after
a Thursday afternoon
crash between a motor-
cycle and a station wag-
on, state troopers said.
Killed were motor-
cyclist Michael Morgan
and driver Jessie Ecof-
fey, both of DeEkniak
Springs.
Crash investigators
said Morgan was west-
bound on West Royal
Palm Avenueand drove
through a stop sign at
the Cottonwood Boule-
vard intersection about
4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Ecoffey, who was head-
ed south, T-boned him.
Morgan was not
wearing a helmet and
Ecoffey wasn't wearing
a seat belt, according
to the Florida Highway
Patrol's crash report.
Three other Ecoffeys
were riding in the car:
33-year-old Kathy and
13-year-old Charles,
both of whom suffered
serious injuries, and 11-
year-old Jessica, whose
injuries were critical.
All, but Charles,
were riding without seat
belts, the report said.





Wednesday, July 22, 2009


A4 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser


Anyone who grasps
the political big picture
must have figured out that
President Obama and his
team of so called liberal
-but really, social-
democrats are collectivists
of the first order. For them
society is a large bee
hive or ant colony, and
they are convinced that
they have landed the job
of the managers of this
collective entity. It is a bit
ironic, actually, since it is
usually liberal democrats
who, in America at least,
champion "the right of
privacy." That is the case
when it comes to, say,
abortion or sodomy which,
of course, are arguably
matters of private
concern. (The difficulty
with abortion is that there
is no consensus in the
country about when a
human being comes into
existence whether,
for example, a zygote
or embryo or fetus is a
human individual and
thus has human rights.)
Apart, though, from the
right to privacy say, a
woman's right to choose
whether to continue
with her pregnancy or a


couple's right to engage
in any kind of peaceful
sexual escapades -
liberal democrats do not
acknowledge the existence
of individual rights. Most
of all they are now nearly
unanimous about denying
that there are private
property rights. (The
exception is when it comes
to publishing houses and
the press. With reference
to these they are willing
to invoke property rights
since that is the best way
to ward off censorship.)
So when it comes to
providing people with
health insurance, liberal
democrats dogmatically
assume that "the wealth
of the country" is for
them to use and dispose
of as they see proper.
Individuals have no
rights to their resources,
income, or wealth,
especially not those
individuals who have
plenty of these. Once
you make more than
$250K, say Obama & Co.,
the wealth is not yours
but belongs to us all so
society's managers may
spend it as they see fit.
Sure, there needs to be


ss in
w the
d. But
s who


some decision procer
Washington about ho
spending will proceed
the individual citizen
came by the resource~
income or wealth-
hard work, good
luck, or some other
honest means-
have no say. As
the ailing Senator
Teddy Kennedy
put it in a recent
communique
from his sickbed,
"Health care is
a basic human
right."
Yet this only goes
if health care was lik
liberty--all others ne
do to respect one's ri
to liberty is, well, notl
Their work would nof
need to be conscripte
as to ensure that other
are not killed, assault
or robbed. Just leave
them all be and make
sure when you intera
with them they give t
consent. But this isn'
a right to health care
health insurance--a
many similar so calle
entitlements of the
welfare state--are
secured. To provide


people with health care
doctors, nurses, hospital
personnel, medical
researchers, and drug


liberal democrats have
hijacked the term "liberal"
which used to refer to
individual freedom.) While
they appear at times to
care about rights as
noted above, the right to
privacy is one they roll out
in certain limited cases
--this is by no means
their general political
stance. Instead, they
seem to believe that we
ourselves are the property
of the country, even the
government, which they
may lay claim to whatever
comes from us, be it work,
thought, time, skills, or
material resources. And
if one insists that there
is something awfully
wrong with all this, they
will insist that one is just
being greedy.
When the novelist
philosopher Ayn Rand
was asked about whether
it would be possible to
form a political movement
in support of a genuine
free society her answer
was, "It's earlier than you
think." What she meant
is that the people in this
culture--not to mention
others around the globe-
-aren't yet willing to


embrace liberty. Too many
people embrace, instead,
the reactionary idea--not
at all progressive, as the
Left would like to have
everyone believe--that
we are all members of a
tribe for which we owe
unconditional allegiance.
This despite the fact
that America, of course,
is just the country that
was founded on the
rejection of that outlook
and built on the view that
individuals are sovereign
and everyone must accept
this in a civilized country.

Tibor Machan holds
the R.C. Hoiles Chair
in Business Ethics
& Free Enterprise at
Chapman University's
Argyros School and is
a research fellow at
the Pacific Research
Institute and Hoover
Institution (Stanford).
He advises Freedom
Communications,
parent company of this
newspaper He is author
of "The Morality of
Business, A Profession
for Human Wealth-Care."
E-mail him at Tl~achan@
link~freedom.com.


es, manufacturers, among
y others, need to be at work
and if they are to
be compensated
for this, the

must come from
F- yet some other opnsto
7~ people's resources.
Or, as the liberal
TIBOR MACHANI democrats see it,
Guest columnist from the common
pool of the
country's wealth.
No one's wealth then is
really confiscated because
led to they don't own any wealth,
ght only produce it for the
hing. commonwealth. Like a
family or club or some
:d so other collective which
ers is, however, usually held
ted, together by the voluntary
agreement of all the
Members.
Ict So for liberal
heir democrats individuals
t how have no property rights
or -not even rights to their
nd liberty the exercise of
,d which normally creates
one's income, small or
large. (This is why it is
such an obscenity that


Here piggy, pid V
Sometimes an article
grows legs of its own
and runs ... here is one
example after we reported
on the pig tasing last weec.

So there might actually
be a happy ending for our
little fugitive. It seems
that both CJ Acres Animal
Rescue and another
organization in New York
- Parm Sanctuary were
able to convince Animal
Control to donate the
animal to CJ Acres instead
of putting it up for public
auction. Good going folks
for doing the right thing!
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EDITOR'S NOTE: At
last report the pig was
scheduled to go to auction
in Graceville Thursday
night.

Having worked with
pigs for many years, I
can appreciate the hard
work and efforts of Officer
Heming. Catching a pig,


anyone. It is simply a funny
cute small town story. I'm
sure the police laughed too.


Ya'll are certainly having
a great time with this story.
In fact, I guess one could
say you have gone "hog
wild" over the incident. But,
there are several pertinent
facts that have not been
shared concerning the pig
pursuit. First of all, the pig
had been on the run for 2
weeks and animal control
had been contacted but
had not acted yet. Second,
you can call the pig a pot
bellied but it sure looked
like a "hawg" to me and
yes I did see him myself.
He was a good sized thing
and pretty fast I might
add. Now, I know it may be
entertaining to make fun
of the responding officer
for his tasing of the pig
however, sounds to me
it was probably the most
humane action to take
towards the pig. No one
would be laughing if the
pig had run across a busy
street and caused a traffic
fatality. Nor would the
chuckles be heard if a child
had been bit by the animal.
So, while cop bashing may
be seem a fun pastime to
many folks, I wish to thank
Officer Heming and the

tre te o tae phoak oto
custody. Kudos guys
mother of 5


th Cw nna go to work forh
jo n

The pig was placed
in solitary confinement
or otherwise known as a
smoker and will be released
to plates, knives, and forks
in 10-12 hours after slow but
intense grilling.


I would like to add that
Mr. Kalvin Nelson and Mr.
David Lewis assisted in
chase and arrest of the
unidentified pig.
Debbie Yeargain


00 Cfly Ur fW
Ordinance
The curfew ordinance
for Bonifay drew several
responses and here are
some samples.

We all know that Bonifay
is just crawling with derelict
youth after 11 p.m. And
alcohol sales to minors
will double downtown. You
people need to get a life
and worry about something
more important in this
world
~please

Hey Richard, we have
to get them off the streets
because pole like you
want alcohol sold in the
middle of town. Besides the
fact that they don't need
to be out that time a night
unless there's a reason
as stated in the article. So
there are provisions. If they
are being adult like and
gig homea frme ao Thh

a good move. are


WHY? Why does
government think they
must force people to act a
cetin way, av certain

life. Why 1 o'clock whe not
9 o'clock? What made that
time so great? Why not pass
an ordinance saying that
the city of Bonifay needs to
create some activities for
those kids than try to make
criminals out of them. You
have a perfect example of
a generation gap. We want
kds o ac e adut 11thI
to act their age. Come
on Bonifay, the cops now
must try to enforce this law
aned turn tohue kids h ina ,
you should have to get out
and help enforce it, so you
explain to the kids how you
use to do the same thing
but now you see how bad
you turned out.
Richard

About time this issue
was addressed. For the
large numbers of parents
who have made the decision
to allow their children to
raise themselves, it is up
to the rest of society to
attempt to instill some


rules and boundaries in
these children's lives. I
really hope the police will
be active in enforcing this
new ordinance. I have three
children who are between
9 and 15 years of age and
I cannot think of a single
reason why I would ever
allow them to walk the
streets after 11 pm.
concerned parent

I certainly agree a 16 or
under would not be allowed
on the streets between 11
p.m. and 5 a.m. what could
they possibly need to be
on the streets for at these
hours. And the parents
need to be held responsible
for them.
in agreement

Wet-dry referendUM
The proposed wet-dry
referendum for Washington
County is drawing
considerable response
online at bonifaynow.com
and chipleypapercom.
Here is a sample:


to those pure of heart and
true to faith. So wake up
Washington County, put
this up for a vote and let's
get it passed, our business
atmosphere and our
economy need it!
Josh

Thank God we live in a
democracy and we will be
given an opportunity to vote
on this issue. I can't wait to
vote YES.
Chipley Gir

It is about bringing in
more job opportunities so
we will not have to drive 45
miles to get a decent job
and money that is being
spent in other counties can
be spent here. Are we to
stay in the Dark Ages here
forever because a few holier
than thou types want to
keep it that way? I say no!
It is about time that we as
Washington County citizens
took the steps to improve
our economy.
M/DH


ANY pig, is very difficult.
Kudos to Officer Heming
for doing so without
harming public property,
any residents of Chipley
including himself, and, of
course, the fugitive pig!
That said, I do hope Animal
Control can support his
efforts and either reunite
this pig with his former
home, or adopt him out
to someone who will treat
him well. Compassion and
respect for all living things.
Parmgirl

Spoil sport! I don't think
any harm is meant by


It's not about the
SA -why all money! As a Christian and
eave, few representative of Christ,
urn and I believe it is morally
essionals wrong to drink alcohol.
surrounding I'm grateful that alcohol,
drugs, smoking, chewing,
The 'Iktuth dipping or any other sinful
activity have a control of
ive in wet my life. I choose not to do
'than, these things because my
uth Walton body is the temple of God,
Do you where his presence lives.
ut on Washington County, it's
h all the time to stand up for what is
cause they right and vote against this
petition.


Small town U~
the kids want to l
college grads ret
many of our prof~
commute from s~
areas.


Do you not dri
areas such as Do
Panama City, So~
and Tallahassee?
not go to Pizza H
Sunday night wit
church folks becr
serve beer?


the trr

Great to have funny
news now and then even
if it sounds like we are in
Mayberry RFD


uth





JB


Duh


Darre11


God doesn't need a self
appointed, self righteous,
narrow minded fool
representing him. His
greatness has endured for 2
millennium without you and

dnt pea FOR d, 's
fully capable of speaking
for himself and has done so
many times and continues
sooseo daily.a YYOUUR
body as a temple, that's
YOUR choice. Drinking an
alcoholic beverage does
not make one a sinner. Ifl
or anyone else chooses to
drink an alcoholic beverage,
that's OUR choice, NOT
YOURS to make FOR US
and it will be between God
and US, individually. NOT
YOU, GOD and us. A true
Christian knows that liquor
stores and street walkers
can be lined up from here
to Dothan and back and
they will be inconsequential


going td tr ct 0n Oback
because we don't have
the population for it. Look
at Apalachicola. People
go there because it is
quIn cutl khea Chlee.
great, small, non-chain
restaurants, the kind
I prefer supporting
an way Iok at Bogey's

drive there all the time
just to have a nice dinner
and a glass of wine in
a pleasant atmosphere
with linen napkins. That
money should stay here.
Just because we are small
doesn't mean restaurants
won't come. Better yet,
existing restaurateurs can
expand their offerings and
those employees will make
more money. People need
to open their mind to the
possibilities.
Foodie


SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES
IN CUNTY
13 weeks: $12.61; 26 weeks:
$1809U0 52F Ceks: $3TOY45

132 5ek:$16.77 26 ek5:




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Remembering E.W. (arswell's ice deliveries with Maud the Mule


To all the freinds and neighbors
that planned, organized, cooked and
donated food, served, and baked
cakes for Felecia Deal's benefit
dinner. The outpouring of love from
the New Hope community and the
surrounding area was overwhelming
and greatly appreciated. God Bless
you.
Gary & Felecia Deal


P U B LIC I N F ORMNATI ON MIE ET IN G


A Time For Worship
Sunday
9:30 A.M. 10:4~5 A.M. 6:30 EM.

Monday Friday
10:00 A.M.

When do you Worship?





311 N. Waukesha St., Bonifay, FL 547-2420
Shelly Chandler, Pastor
David Lauen, Associate Pastor, Minister of Music
Doug Hemanes, Associate Pastor, Youth Minister
Jeep Sullivan, Associate Pastor, Senior Adult & Men's Minister T
Ashley Unzicker, Children's Minister e if r


Wednesday, July 22, 2009


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When Coach Mac and likes to tell about the ice
Madaline McFatter were business, since he was employed
planning their golden wedding on an ice delivery route by
celebration a couple of weeks Swindle during summers
ago, they came across the when school was out. It was in
following article among pictures summer, of course, that the ice
they were assembling business boomed. Since
for the reception. It was there were few electric
published after the death refrigerators in those
of Mr. Swindle in January days, artificial ice was
1977. I recall those days ;- the principal source of
of home delivery of ice, as ,: refrigeration.
some of you will. Howell recalls hauling
"The recent death of the ice in 300-pound
J.C. Swindle Sr., Bonifay HAPPY CORNIER blocks from the Crystal
businessman during a Hazel Wells Tison Ice Company plant in
colorful era of the city's Chipley to Swindle's ice
history, has prompted house in Bonifay, from
a lot of reminiscing among there it was delivered to regular
old-timers. customers' by mule-drawn


mule,' he recalled, since she
was trained to follow the route
without guidance.'
He said the mule would
'invariably turn down the right
street and stop at the houses
where ice was to be delivered.
No one had to say 'whoa' to the
mule since she'd stop at the right
place anyway. But we did tell her
to 'gid dap' after we'd made our
delivery,' Howell said.
Swindle bought the ice
wholesale. He'd then divide the
300-pound block into 100-pound
blocks which he then subdivided
into 50-pound, 25-pound, and
12-pound blocks.
The 100-pound sold for 80
cents each, and the 50-pound
ones for half that much. The
25-pound blocks sold for 25 cents
and the 12? sold for 15 cents.
Dogs often harassed the
schoolboy icemen, but they
seldom disturbed Old Maud
enough to upset her delivery
routine. Howell remembers one
home in particular, where the
boys were invariably greeted
with canine hostility.
"We suspected that someone



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was encouraging the dogs,"
Howell recalls. "Once after one
of the dogs had forced me to
drop a big hunk of ice, I snapped
the empty ice tongs at the
aggressive animal and somehow
got the tongs caught in his ears.
The dog naturally tried to
pull loose, and that forced the
tongs to close down tighter on
his ears," explained Howell.
"I couldn't afford to lose Mr.
Swindle's tongs, so I held onto
them and that made matters
worse."
He said the bedlam that
resulted brought the whole
neighborhood to see what was
happening.
"And the lady who owned the
dog accused me of tonging him
on purpose,' said Howell. "And
some of her neighbors thought
so, too, because they knew I had
good reason."
He said Mr. Swindle was
finally summoned to settle the
customer relations problem.
"But the net result was good," he
concluded. "Mr. Swindle didn't
fire me, and the dogs didn't
harass us any more."


I remember Mr. Swindle as
a volunteer fireman. I can still
picture him hanging on to that
red fire engine as it raced
down the street or highway. In
fact he came to our house once
when the children started a
fire in the yard that threatened
the old wood frame house and
nearby woods. I was sure it
was started by spontaneous
combustion until years later
when Cindy, our daughter,
confessed that with Hiram
and Glen's help, they were
trying to build a campfire to
cook themselves some lunch,
since it was a very late lunch
time following our return from
Vacation Bible School.
Mr. Swindle's daughter
Martha Nell Swindle Braxton
is his only surviving offspring,
along with his daughter-in-law
Jane Welch Swindle, and Coach
James Edward McFatter, his
stepson. Other descendants
include Dr. Jeff Swindle and
Dr. Stan Parker, local dentists
and a host of other influential
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.


They invariably remember
Mr. Swindle as a staunch
individualist who engaged in
numerous business ventures and
provided a variety of community
services. He is remembered
as a hardware merchant, a
farmer, owner of a dry cleaning
plant, owner of a water-powered
gristmill and an ice business,
among other things.
The late S.L.(Slim) Howell


wagon.
"We once ran into a buzzard
while enroute from Chipley with
a load of ice, and we almost
ruined the entire load," recalled
Howell. "And we damaged the
truck a little, too."
Howell fondly remembers
Maud, Swindle's trained mule
pulling a wagon from which the
vacationing schoolboys delivered
ice. 'No one had to drive the


Hospital; noon-4 p.m.
*Thursday, July 30 -
Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab; 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

Poker Run to benefit
POOWOOS
BETHLEHEM A charity
poker run for the Bethle-
hem Peewee Football As-
sociation is scheduled for
Aug. 15 starting at 10 a.m.
The run starts and ends at
East Pittman Creek Land-
ing at the James Riley Paul
Bridge on Hwy 2. Cost is a
$5 donation.
For more information,
contact Cliff Kimble at
334-248-4254.


.Ponce de Leon Commu-
mity Calendar is also being
worked on. Birthday/an-
niversary listings are $1
for each name. Calendar
pre-sale orders are $6. Ad-
vertisers are also needed.
Ad prices start at $15-$50.
Call Kim Tate at 836-5236
or stop by City Hall on
July 25.

Back To School Bash
to be held Aug. I5
BONIFAY -Healthy
Holmes Task Force and
Bonifay Fire Department
will host a Back To School
Bash at Middlebrooks
Park or Ag Center if rain-


ing from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Aug. 15.
The Back To School
Bash is for educating the
public in a fun, family-
friendly atmosphere with
loads of activities for the
children. The deadline for
booth requests is 1 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 7.
For more infoma-
tion. call Janet Spink at
482-1236, ext. 304 or Donna
Carnley at 373-7761.

(Orrections Academy
ClaSs begins Aug. 10
CHIPLEY Basic Recruit
Corrections Academy
classes will begin Mon-


day Aug. 10. Students who
successfully complete the
training program will be
eligible to become certi-
fied corrections officers in
the State of Florida.
The program offers a
"pay by the semester" op-
tion, which spreads the
cost of the class over two
semesters or more. Finan-
cial assistance is available
for those who qualify. The
classes meet four nights
a week, Monday through
Thursday.
For more information
stop by the Technical Cen-
ter or call Greg Hutching,
Scott Curry, or Brandon
Stevenson at 638-1180.


I, Larry Sullen, Jr., would like to

apologize to the citizens of Holmes

County and the Holmes County

Police Dept. for the charge I

recently received for the sale of a
controlled substance.


RUM ROAD OVER PARROT CREEK
BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
FINANCIAL PROJECT ID: 424460-1-52-01
(BRIDGE NO. 524209)
The Florida Department of Transportation
(FDOT) has scheduled a Public Information
Meeting regarding the replacement of the Rum
Road Bridge in Holmes County, FL.
The meeting will be held:

DATE: Thesday, July 28, 2009
TIME: 5 p.m. until 6 p.m. (CST)
PLACE: New Hope Volunteer Fire Department
1243 Hwy 179 A
New Hope, FL 32464


PROJECT
LOCATION N




,


This meeting is being held


to notify local governments, affected property owners, tenants and the


public of the project. Maps, drawings and other information will be on display. There will be no formal
presentation. FDOT representatives will be available to discuss the project, answer questions and receive
comments.
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disabil-
ity or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities
Act or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact Kerrie Harrell, P.E., Project
Manager; PBS&J; 1141 Jackson Avenue; Chipley, FL 32428; phone (850) 638-2288; fax (850) 638-3002;
email KAHarrellepbsj.com, at least seven days prior to the meeting. For additional project information,
please contact Tommie Speights, FDOT District 3 Public Information Director; phone (888) 638-0250
extension 208 (toll free); fax (850) 638-6159; email tommie.speightsedot. state.fl.us.

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION


B 00d mobile makes
its rounds
The SCBC blood drive
mobile unit is scheduled at
the following locations and
times:
The Marianna center
located at 2503 Commer-
cial Park Drive is open
9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Anyone
can stop by the center to
donate blood if you can't
stop by one of the following
mobile units.
*Thursday, July 23 -
Chipley Physical Therapy;
8 a.m.-2 p,m.
*Tuesday, July 28 -
Campbellton-Graceville


Pee Wee cheerleaderS
ilost bake/yard sale
PONCE DE LEON Pee
Wee cheerleaders will
hold a Bake Sale/Yard Sale
and Silent Auction at the
Ponce De Leon City Hall
on July 25. Both events be-
gin at 8 a.m.
Fish and barbecue
plates will also be avail-
able at $6 each beginning
at 11 a.m. Plates will con-
sist of one meat choice,
beans, potato salad, des-
sert and tea. Contact any
Pee Wee cheerleader to
purchase advance tickets
or purchase a ticket on
July 25.


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Several youngsters enjoy one of the small wading
pools during Fun Day activities. An adult was
stationed nearby to act as lifeguard.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC
MEET IN G
BEFORE THE CITY OF
BONIFAY CITY COUNCIL

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the intention
of the Bonifay City Council, sitting as the
Local Planning Agency (LPA), to hold a Public
Hearing at 6:00 p.m., Monday, July 27, 2009
in the City Council Room located in the Boni-
fay City Hall, 301 N. Etheridge St., Bonifay,
FL to consider the following:

A Large Scale Future Land Use Amend-
ment Application to be submitted to
the Department of Environmental Pro-
tection. The package is requesting
the current land use designations of
Commercial and Industrial under the
Holmes County Comprehensive Plan's
Future Land Use Map to the same des-
ignations under the City of Bonifay's
Comprehensive Plan.

The meeting is open to the public. The pub-
lic is encouraged to communicate verbally
erin bwrising to the City of Bonifay Council


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Wednesday, July 22, 2009


The line for the giant water slide was seldom empty at the Winterville Fun Day event.



Fun Day a success
DONNA DYKES ety of water games, offered to and other side dishes, drinks
Correspondent help beat the heat, included a and a variety of cakes for des-
donnadykes@wmconnect.com huge waterslide sprinklers, sert was abig hit.
1 water balloons, water pistols, Winterville AOG is atl897
BONIFAY Flm Day was a and a wading pool. Highway 177A just past Dog-
Ann Payne of Bonifay enjoys Winterville Assembly of God Fun Day with success at Winterville Assem- The free lunch ofhotdogs, wood Lakes Park. Mitch
her three grandchildren, from the left are Nadia, Noah and Abby Payne. bly of God on July11. A vari- hamburgers, baked beans Johnson is pastor.


Two
youngsters
enjoy the
water
slides at
Winterville
A/G Fund
Day.


*Lynn Haven (Hwy. 77)


mation July 13 -17, 2009
The following informa-
tion was taken from mar-
riage license applications
issued by the clerk's of-
fice at the Holmes County
Courthouse.
Christopher Eugene
Helms, 9-25-62 and Tammy
Renee Brown, 1-13-64, both
of Bonifay.
Zachary Allen Gray,
4-5-77 of Bonifay and Bev-
erly Robin Ellenburg,


Divorces (filed, but not
necessarily final) July 13-17
The following informa-
tion was taken from re-
cords at the Holmes County
Courthouse of unfinalized,
recorded divorce actions.
Jason R. Langford and
Laura L. Langford
Wesley Eugene Holley
and Melissa Kaye Holley
Brenton Stafford and
Kayla Stafford


P~amily Owned anda Operated
SHANE OBERT, LFD/OWNER


Famitie. In
Washington
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surrounaig -
Area... FUNERAL HOME


Panteral
Director
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Free childbirth classes
BONIFAY Beginning Aug. 6, Holmes County Health
i~a~ Department will offer a free childbirth class for any
~ j~E~,~f ~~woman who is pregnant. Women are encouraged to
bring their partners with them to the class.
Classes will be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Aug. 6, 13, 20
, and 27 at the Holmes County Health Department.
To sign up or for details, call Glenna Padgett or
Valery Lawton at the health department at 547-8500, ext.
246 or 247.

Chamber of Commerce hosts breakfast
BONIFAY Holmes County Chamber of Commerce
Breakfast is scheduled from 7-8 a.m. Thursday, July 23,
at the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce "Log
es Cabin" 106 E. Byrd Ave.


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AN ORDINANCE ENACTED PURSUANT
TO THE PROVISIONS OF FLORIDA
STATUTES, SECTION 877.20-877.25
PROVIDING FOR THE LOCAL
JUVENILE CURFEW ORDINANCE
PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF
THE ORDINANCE IN A NEWSPAPER
OF GENERAL CIRCULATION WITHIN
THE CITY, PROVIDING FOR THE
FILING OF A CERTIFIED COPY OF THE
ORDINANCE AS ADOPTED WITH THE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT; AND
PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
WHEREAS, It is the intent of the City Council
of Bonifay, Florida to protect minors in this city
from harm and victimization, to promote the
safety and well-being of minors in this city, to
reduce the crime and violence committed by
minors in this city, and to adopt a local juve-
nile curfew ordinance by incorporating by ref-
erence the provisions of Florida Statutes ss.
877.20-877.25.
NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE
CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BONIFAY,
FLORIDA, THAT:
Section 1. This Ordinance is enacted pursuant
to the Charter of the City of Bonifay, Florida.
Section 2. This ordinance shall become effec-
tive immediately upon its adoption in the man-
ner and form prescribed by law.
PRESENTED, read by title, and tabled pend-
ing publication and public hearing as required
by law on the 13th day of July, 2009.
PRESENTED, read by title, after publication
and public hearing duly enacted by the City
Council of the City of Bonifay, Florida, on this
20th day of July, 2009

CITY OF BONIFAY, FLORDIA
Eddie Sims, Mayor
Jeri Gibson, City Clerk


Wednesday, July 22, 2009


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(Ell LIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
espears@chipleypaper.com

BONIFAY -Holmes Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce
welcomed Bonifay's new-
est business and chamber
member to the community,
Granny's Attic, during the
Grand Opening on July 17.
Owned by Kip and Tina
Wood, Granny's Attic is
an antique shop, which
includes collectables and
cast iron items.
"We needed more room
'yoipall of ou ntiqaureds," said
ing business with every-
one."
He also said that anyone

hntohemppe rwouaddirne e s
a 10 percent discount on
the next purchase.


LLLILIA SftAK'
Holmes County Chamber of Commerce sponsored the ribbon cutting at Granny's
Attic in Bonifay.


The Rev. Charles Newman
Correspondent

GRACEVILLE On Saturday,
July 18, at the 50th wedding
anniversary of JimR and Oui-
da Register, a CD was circu-
lating around among friends
and family. The CD contained
some rare recordings from 50
years ago from a local group
of talented musicians that per-
formed around the tri-state
region as well as on WBGC ra-
dio out of Chipley (WBGC call
letters stand for the market
it serves Bonifay, Graceville,
and Chipley). The group on the
CD was known as D.B Worley
& the Rhythm Boys and fea-
tured D.B Worley JimR' Reg-
ister, Everett Dickinson, Dave
Strickland, Milton Strickland
and Red McMillan.
The CD contained an old fa-
miliar song "Where Could I Go
but to the Lord" and featured
Red McMillan singing lead vo-
cal. What many at that celebra-
tion didn't know was that Red
McMillan was the father of
James McMillan of the nation-
ally renowned country gospel
group Robert & James.
Earlier this year at another
50th anniversary at this same
Mehndthst chur h, Robert IMc-
the Rhythm Boys CD. Tears
filled his eyes as he heard his
daddy's voice from so many
years ago singing about the
same Savior that he and his
partner James Singletary now
sing about. Some say it was a
circle that was completed oth-
ers say it was God confirming
the next generation of gospel
musicians.
After a video presentation
highlighting the happy couples'
50 years of marriage, Robert
& James sang some favorite
songs such as "Where Would I
Be" and "One Rock at aTime."
Robert & James have been
climbing the charts nation-
ally and were given a standing
ovation at the 2008 ICM/CCMA
Showcase. You can see Robert
& James at Emmaus United
Methodist Church in Panama
City Saturday, July 25 at 6:30
p.m.
D.B Worley, JimR Register
and others will be performing
at the Worley Reunion in the
Ag Center in Bonifay at noon
Saturday.


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BELOW: Robert & James sang some favorite songs.


17For the week ending July
*Florida Livestock Auc-
tions: Receipts totaled
$8,087 compared to $9,782
last week and $8,568 a year
ago. Compared to last week,
slaughter cows were steady
to $2 lower; bulls mostly
steady; feeder steers were
unevenly steady to $2 high-
er; heifers steady to $2 high-
er; replacement cows were
mostly steady.
*Georgia Livestock Auc-
tions: Receipts in 25markets
totaled $13,828 compared to
14,274 last week and $11,739
year ago. Compared to one
week ago, slaughter cows
and bulls mostly $1 lower;
feeder steers and heifers


Feeder Steers: Me im & LargG Frame No. 12
300-400 Ibs. $104-132.50 $100-129 $100-117.50
400-500 Ibs. $89-109 $90-109 $90-107.50
500-600 Ibs. $87-99 $85-101 $82-105
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 Ibs. $84-104 $86-106 $90-107.50
400-500 Ibs. $82-96 $79-96 $84-98
500-600 Ibs. $80-91 $80-93 $80-93
Slaughter Cows: 90 Percent Lean
750-1200 Ibs. $28-47.50 $42-52.50 $40-44
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 Ibs. $50.50-63 $54-71 $55-60


$1-2 lower; calves were $1-
2 lower; replacement cows
$1-2 higher.
*Alabama Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$17,475 compared $18,997 a
week ago and $15,094 a year


ago. Compared to a week
ago, feeder steers and heif-
ers sold steady to $4 lower;
feeder bulls $2-5 lower;
slaughter cows and bulls $2-
3 lower; replacement cows
and pairs unevenly steady.


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Elementary School will
hold kindergarten eval-
uations from 8 a.m. to 3
p.m. Monday, July 27.
Your child will need
to be evaluated if he/
she is attending kin-
dergarten for the first
time.
To be assigned a
teacher, all students
will need to be evalu-
ated.
For information or to
set up an appointment,
call the school at 8 a.m.
Monday, July 27. The
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Livestock REPORT





Lacey Griffin, a
former Ponce de Leon
player, has completed
her two years at
Alabama Southern
and has signed to
continue playing
at the University of
West Alabama. Lacey
averaged 1 1.6 ppg
last season and
scored over 700
points in her two
years at Alabama
Southern. Her
sophomore year, she
had a game high of
32 points against
LSU Eunice and made
the Women's AII
Region 2nd team and
Women's AII League
1 st team in Junior
Conference. The Lady
Ea les ended their
season as Alabama
JUCO runners-up
finishing the year at
16-17.


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Local


Wednesday, July 22, 2009


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com

At about 6:30 Monday
night, recovery teams dis-
covered the body of a miss-
ing boater. He was found
about 30 yards from where
the initial incident took place
on the Choctawhatchee Bay,
according to a news release
from the Walton County
Sheriff's Office.
Authorities are in the pro-
cess of notifying the man's
next of kin. The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission is the lead in-
vestigating agency.
The boater went over-
board following a boating
mishap about 1:30 Mon-
day afternoon. The Walton
County Sheriff's Office as-
sisted the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission in its effort to find
the man.
At the time of the inci-
dent, the victim along with
another man and a 12-year-
old girl were aboard al6-foot
outboard Key West motor-
boat, which was westbound
along the Choctawhatchee
Bay. The accident happened
north of the Clyde Wells
Bridge when the boat col-
lided with a cement piling
underneath the Highway
331 causeway. All three oc-
cupants were thrown over-
board.
The girl and one of the
men received minor injuries
and were able to make it to
shore safely. They were tak-
en to Sacred Heart Hospital
in South Walton County for
observation.
The third person, report-
edly in his 70s, disappeared
after going into the water.
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office dive team,
along with Freeport's Fire-
Rescue personnel, searched
for the missing man. The
U.S. Coast Guard also was
involved in the search. A
swift current and poor vis-
ibility hampered efforts to
find him. He was not wear-
ing a life vest.







announced by F5A
GAINESVILLE Eligible
:chrs andn wiestc kpr
benefits through the Live-
stock Indemnity Program
provided in the 2008 Farm
sinl.
The Livestock Indemni-
ty Program (LIP) provides
assistance to producers for
livestock deaths that result
from disaster. LIP com-
pensates livestock owners
and contract growers for
livestock death losses in
excess of normal mortal-
ity due to adverse weather,
including losses due to hur-
ricanes, floods, blizzards,
disease, wildfires, extreme
heat and extreme cold.
Eligible losses must have
occurred on or after Jan,
1, 2008, and before Oct. 1'
2011.
The final dates to file a
notice of loss and/or appli-
cation for payment for ei-
ther 2008 or 2009 livestock
lOSSeS:
*Livestock death for the
2008 calendar years dead-
line is Sept. 13, 2009 to file
HOtiCe Of loss and to submit
an application for payment.
*Livestock death from
Jan. 1 -July 12, 2009 dead-
line to file notice of loss is
Sept. 13, 2009 and the final
date to submit applica-
tion for payment is Jan. 30,
2010.
*Livestock death from
Julyl3 to Dec. 31, 2009 fi-
nal date to file notice of loss
is 30 days after death is ap-
parent. The final date to file
for payment is Jan. 30 2010.
For more information
on available supplemental
disaster assistance pro-
gramS, please visit your


FSA county office or http://
www.fsa.usda.gov .


PHOTOS COURTESY OF
WALTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
Emergency personnel from several
agencies took part in the search for
the missing boater.


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Local


Holmes County Times-Advertiser | A9


A photo of the robbery suspect was taken by video at Capitol City Bank at the time of the robbery.


responsible for bank robberies com-
mitted throughout South Carolina,
Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. In-
vestigators said the robber in these
cases typically waited in line as a
customer before each robbery and
then produced a black handgun from
under his shirt as he approached a
teller. That was the basic pattern of
the Chipley robbery. The suspect in
that case fled across Jackson Avenue
and disappeared.


called it "a good day for Chipley."
"We have been working on this
case off and on for three years,"
Crews said Tuesday morning. "We
have been working with a number
of other agencies, including the FBI.
This is the only bank robbery ever to
happen in Chipley as far as I know, so
it's good to see this arrest."
The so-called "Limping Bandit"
earned his nickname from witness
accounts that described the robber


various bank robberies. Haire had
polio as a child, leaving his right leg
shorter that his left.
David A. Thomas, Special Agent in
Charge of the Columbia off ice of the
FBI said in a news release that the
arrest was made possible because
of the tireless efforts of the investi-
gators, including Chipley, that have
been working on these robberies
since 2006.
For more on the arrest, go to


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CHIPLEY Atraf-
fic stop July 16 at
about 6:30 p.m. just
north of the Bailey
Bridge on High-
way 77 resulted
in a methamphet-
amine bust.BA
When Special
Investigations nar-
cotics investigators from
the Bay County Sheriff's
Office conducted a traffic
stop on a 1968 Ford truck,
the driver threw a box of
pseudoephedrine, a key
component necessary to
manufacture methamphet-
amine, out of the vehicle
window.
The investigator found
the box, and as he ap-
proached the truck, he
noticed the driver had
barely pulled off the road,
making an approach from
the driver's side of the ve-
hicle dangerous because
of traffic. The investiga-
tor approached from the


passenger side,
and even though
the windows were
tinted, he could see
the driver moving
around, leaning
toward the passen-
FED ger seat and then
straightening up.
The investigator
called for assistance and
again approached the ve-
hicle, calling for the driver
to roll down the passenger-
side window. The driver
claimed that the window
and the car door were bro-
ken, police said.
The driver finally un-
locked the passenger door,
which functioned properly
as the investigator opened
it. The investigator im-
mediately saw a rifle po-
sitioned between the seat
and the door. The investi-
gator removed the firearm
and backed away from the
vehicle.
Once assistance ar-


rived, the driver, John Wil-
liam Barfield Jr., was ar-
rested, and the vehicle was
searched. Black container
holding meth was found,
and a tin foil 'boat' was also
found, which is often used
to smoke meth. Also found
were receipts for lithium
batteries, commonly used
in the manufacture of
meth.
Barfield, of 2454 Green-
head Road, Chipley, was
charged with tampering
with evidence, possession
of methamphetamine, pos-
session of a listed chemi-
cal (pseudoephedrine),
possession of a firearm in
the commission of a felony,
possession of drug para-
phernalia, and introduction
of contraband (controlled
substance) into a county
jail when detention officers
at the Bay County Jail dis-
covered a silver container
with methamphetamine
while searching Barfield.


Sgt. John Tate said in a
news release. Also found
in the vehicle was a small
amount of marijuana.
"A search of his person
revealed approximately
14.5 grams of what ap-
peared to be methamphet-
tmie aiice) in his pocket,
Newton faces charges
of trafficking in metham-
phetamine, driving while
license suspended or re-
voked, and possession
of marijuana under 20
grams.
"Our proactive and ag-
gressive approach to il-
legal drugs in this county
enables us to identify and
apprehend suspected drug
dealers such as this one,"
Sheriff Tim Brown said.
"Arrests like this come
after many hours of hard
work by our investiga-
tors."


Circuit Court was held
July 15, 2009 at the Holm-
es County Courthouse in
Bonifay. Those scheduled
to appear in court are as
follows:

Arraignment:
Tommy W. Burnham:
br lary of structure grand

G cnieI .ry Coia II: ve icu-
lar homicide, felony reck-
1 tridrivi g, (2 counts);
Jamie Lamar Collins:
traffic in meth; continued
to 10/7
fleeelissa Hu~ghes oIr n
police; failure to appear/ca-
pius $25,000 bond.
Ralph Edward Gam-
mons: possession of con-
trolled substance; Pretrial
8/5.
M/ichael David Han-
ner: burglary of convey-
ance, grand theft; Pretrial
10/7.
AnthonyGeorge Hayes:
burglary of dwelling, grand
theft second degree; con-
tinued.
Allena Lee Jackson: in-
surance fraud, grand theft;
continued.
Harry Thomas John-
son Jr.: grand theft; con-
tinued.
Chastity Lynn Kitchen:


trafficking in controlled
substance, trafficking in
meth, possession of con-
trolled substance, possess
listed chemicals carrying,
concealed weapon, posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia;
continued.
Horacio Renee Lacayo:
sale/manufacture/deliver
cannabis; continued.
Samuel Lee M/artin,
Jr.: felony battery, aggra-
vated assault/commit felo-
ny; continued.
Terry Lawrence M/ead:
felon in possession of fire-
arm; continued
repD oNichols n:h fa
grand theft; continued.
Brandon Ray Poteet:
sale or delivery of con-
trolled substance; contin-
ued.
Buddy Rowland Pow-
ell: flee and elude at high
speed, driving while license
suspended or revoked; con-
tinued.
Keith Junior Railey:
felony battery; continue.
James Luther Rose:
driving under the influ-
ence/third degree felony,
refuse to submit to balance
test, reckless driving, driv-
ing while license suspend-
ed; continued.
Pamela Denise Turn-
er: uttering forged instru-


ment; continued.
Irvin Dale Ward: aggra-
vated battery; continued.
Steven Lamar Watford:
introduce /possess contra-
band in county detention
facility; continued.
Phillip Dean Weeks:
possession with intent to
sell cannabis (2 counts),
possession of drug para-
phernalia; Pretrial 10/7.

VOP Arraignment:
Harvey Dallie Arrant
Jr.: uttering forged instru-
ment (5 counts); continued.
Justin M/atthew Duck-

soet I p per y cotn e .
Audrey Ellen Gough:
possession of cocaine, in-
troduce/possess contra-
band in county detention
facility; continued.
Kevin Leon Norman:
felon in possession of fire-
arm; continued.
M/ichael Roman Perez:
home invasion robbery
without firearm or weapon,
continued.
Donnie Gene Smith:
felony battery; continued.
Charles M/arcus White-
head: aggravated assault
with deadly weapon; con-
tinued.

VOCC Arraignment:
Peggy Walker Godfrey:


uttering forged instrument;
(5 counts); continued.
Stacy Glen Holmes:
fleeing attempt to elude po-
lice; continued.
Corey Lee Kendrick:
manufacture controlled
substance, possession of
controlled substance; con-
tinued
Thomas Dewey Land:
driving while license sus-
pended felony; continued.
Pamela J. Phillips:
sale/deliver controlled sub-
stance; continued.

Status Review:

sal id ler cntrolle chi
stance (2 counts); pleaded
nolo contendre, found com-
petent to continue; sen-
tencing on 8/12.

Motion Hearing:
Ralph Edward Gam-
mons: possession of con-
trolled substance; motion
to rehear denied.
M/arvin Wendell Goff:
lewd and lascivious act on
child under 16 years of age;
request for early termina-
tion granted.
Sherry Jean Over-
street: DUI manslaughter
(2 counts); driving under
the influence; continued to
8/19.


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Wednesday, July 22, 2009


Bill GAM BLI N
Florida Freedom Newspapers

GULF BREEZE Football
fields will soon be filled
with the sounds of coaches'
whistles and the popping of
football pads.
Behmnd the scenes, play-
ers are working hard to get
stronger and faster to im-
prove their standing in the
eyes of college coaches and
recruiters.
Panhandle Sports Broad-
casting along with Accelera-
tion and Sports Connection
are offring area athletes a
chance to not only see how
they measure up individual-
ly as well as others when it
comes to the essential skills
college programs are look-
ing for as they host the first
ever Combine on the Coast
on July 25.
"We felt at Panhandle
Sports Broadcasting that
it was time to initiate the
first combine in Northwest
Florida," said Bill Brownell,
President of Panhandle
Sports Broadcasting. "This
is something that local kids
can attend and not travel
countless hours away from
home.
"When we started PSB,
we did so with the local high
school athlete in mind and
helping promote all the tal-
ent we have here in North-
west Florida."
Just as in any other
combine, on July 25 at Gulf
Breeze High athletes will
participate in the 40-yard


"We feel like our
combine is very

unique as it weill
SbefOT torl
COaches across the

UIS. to see an~d


the ffreat athletes

Of the Panhandle
an~d Southern
Alabama at their

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Bill Br0Wnell


here in this area."
When it comes to getting
a scholarship for the pro-
FILE PHOTO spective athletes is getting
their name out and recog-
nized by those coaches who
make the necessary deci-
talent. sions on who to offr and
d at Gulf not to offr
luld have "When Bill Brownell
lo Would and I first discussed this
benefited program, I just felt it would
;like this be an outstanding opportu-
there are nity for our local athletes to
That will showcase their abilities,"
said Jamie Colston, owner
prospec- of Sports Connection. "Not
when it to mention the various out-
tdcamps, lets that will allow them to
o not only get their individual names
lir senior out to perspective colleg-
rhschool, es."


Local football players have a chance to attend a college combine on July 25.


dash, the 5-10-15 shuttle,
bench press, vertical jump,
and the broad jump.
These are the indicators
that every athlete is mea-
sured by when it comes to
playing at the college level
and more importantly if
they aspire to play at the
highest level in the National
Football League.
With the recent restrains
in recruiting passed by the
NCAA, combines like this
one can be important to a


college football coach and
finding that player to re-
cruit.
"Yeah, this can be a big
help to us," said Joey Jones,
head coach at the University
of South Alabama, who will
start their inaugural foot-
ball season this September.
"The first thing you have to
do is trust the organization
putting on the combine.
"When they say they run
a 4.25 (second) 40 do you
feel it is legit, so trust is very


helpful."
To help the coaches and
the athletes each perfor-
mance will be taped and
made available for the
coaches to see online via
tape delay at www.PSBLive.
com.
"By them video taping
the combine it is almost as
good as us being there be-
cause we can see them,"
said Jones. "We would love
for them to come to our
camp and work out for us
or go to every high school
and work them out, but that
is something that is not al-
ways possible."
For many colleges there
could be some untapped
treasures just from an ex-
posure standpoint.
"The talent level here is
tremendous," said Andrew
Tucker, president of Accel-
eration Inc., and a former
Gulf Breeze graduate. "The
Emmitt Smith's, Derrick
Brooks', Justin Gatlin's,
Roy Jones' are all coming
from this area and we need
to showcase that. Instead
of the talent having to go to
New Orleans, Atlanta, and
Houston to compete in a
combine we want to bring


ssibly be
;hman or
Is well.
ke South
started
ng at the
backyard
other ar-

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ill come
mile ra-
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so recruit
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ill spread
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in athlete
In five to
ne.
ays focus


the combine to the
"When I played
Breeze I never co
afforded to travel s
have definitely
from a local event
one and I feel like 1
several in the area
as well."
Just like some
tive students do
comes to testing an
this event is open te
those starting the
or junior year of hig
but who could po
entering their fresh
sophomore years a
For a school li
Alabama getting
they will be lookir
talent pool in their
along with some
eas.
"Around 75 pe
our recruiting w
from within a 200
dius of Mobile," sa
"We are going to alr
Birmingham, Atla
places like that a
sure in time we wi
our wings, but it it
to recruit and get a
to travel more tha
six hours from hom
"So we will alw;


There are hundreds of
schools out across the Unit-
ed States covering Division
I, Division II, Division III,
and Junior Colleges, which
have opportunities and are
looking for the best players
to fit into their program.
"We feel like our combine
is very unique as it will be
free for all coaches across
the U.S. to see and they can
review the great athletes of
the Panhandle and South-
ern Alabama at their lei-
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At left, daughters Madison, Megan, Mary Catherine and Morgan Chilton. At middle, Brig. General Catherine Chilton and her
husband, General Kevin Chilton. At right, Madison Chilton is a cadet at the U.S. Air Force Academy.


CHILTON PROMOTED TO


GENERAL IN THE AIR FORCE


Staff reports
Catherine A. Chilton was
pinned brigadier general in the
U.S. Air Force on June 8. She
is the commander of the Elec-
tronic Systems Center in Han-
som Air Force Base in Massa-
chusetts
Chilton entered the Air Force
in 1981 through the Reserve Of-
ficer Training Corp gram.
She first served as a test di-
rector in the 4950th Test Wing,
Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
Following completion of the
flight test engineering course
in 1984, she held several posi-
tions testing and evaluating the


flutter characteristics of the F-
16 and flying qualities of the A-
10 aircraft. She also tested and
evaluated air-to-ground and air-
to-air munitions on a variety of
aircraft.
In 1989, the general entered
the Air Force Reserve indi-
vidual mobilization augmentee
program. She has held various
positions at the San Antonio Air
Logistics Center, Texas; Schrie-
ver AFB, Colo., and Headquar-
ters U.S. Air Force. She has also
served at the Missile Defense
Agency in Washington, D.C., and
Headquarters Air Force Materi-
el Command, Wright-Patterson
AFB, Ohio. Most recently, she


was the mobilization assistant
to the Commander, Air Force
Research Laboratory, Wright-
Patterson AFB.
Chilton's husband, Kevin Chil-
ton is a four-star general who
commands United States Stra-
tegic Command. It is charged
with space operations (such as
military satelliteS), information
operations (such as Informa-
tion warfare), missile defense,
global command and control,
intelligence, surveillance, and
reconnaissance global strike
and strategic deterrence (the
United States nuclear arsenal),
and combating weapons of mass
destruction. He has also served


on three space shuttle missions
and headed the U.S. Space Com-
mand.
The oldest of four daughters,
Madison, is a sophomore at the
Air Force Academy. Their oth-
er daughters are Megan, Mary
Catherine and Morgan.
She is the daughter of Fred
Dreyer of Niceville and grand-
daughter of the late Brigadier
General Christian E Dreyer,
J.B. and Bessie Pelham of
Graceville. Her mother, Mar-
garet Pelham Dreyer was born
and schooled in Graceville. Her
two cousins, Melonae Godfrey
and Mary Lou Galloway, live in
Chipley.


Michelle Chinl
Public Relations Officer
Holmes Valley Quilters
Special to t m 1$o Ti ~1e Adveritser/

The July 16 meeting of the Holmes Val-
ley Quilters Guild had 34 members pres-
ent and one guest. During "Sew-N-Tell"
time guild members show off what they
have been working on the past month.
Block Of The Month, demonstrated by
Vice President Carol Kelly was followed
by guild business. Plans were discussed
to have a trunk show in the months of
September and October. Album blocks
were looked over and plans made to cre-
ate a quilt using these blocks and giving it
to the library'
Guild members Dot Sutherland and
Joyce Cloud talked about the upcoming
Holmes County Fair and the guild possi-
bly having a booth.
Katie Chance, Violet Skipper, and Iris
Moore served wonderful refreshments.
Holmes Valley Quilters is a not for
profit guild that was founded in January
2008 and serves the rural communities of
Holmes, Washmngton, and Jackson coun-
ties in northwest Florida. Current mem-
hership is 58.
You can contact them at holmesvalley-
quilterseahotmail.com or on the web at:
http://holme svalleyquilters. embarqspace.
com.


MKCHELI.E GIITTY | Holmes County
County News
At top left, guild member
Sara Jean Coates shows
off her Block of the
Month for June "Romantic
Age." At top right, guild
member Annie Lois
Bridges shows us a baby
quilt that she made as
a gift for an upcoming
baby shower. At left, vice
president Carol Kelly
explaining the new block
of the month for July,
"Swamp Angel."


EXTPLA


Washington,

Holmes

at a glance

SCBC blood drive
mobile unit hours
The Marianna center
located at 2503 Commer-
cial Park Drive is open
9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Anyone
can stop by the center to
donate blood if you can't
stop by one of the follow-
ing mobile units.
*Monday, July 20-
Chipola College Nursing;
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
*Thursday, July 23
- Chipley Physical Ther-
apy; 8 a.m.-2 p,m.
*'lI~esday, July 28-
Campbellton-Graceville
Hospital; 12-4 p.m.
*Thursday, July 30-
Bonifay Nursing and Re-
hab; 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

FWC offers free
hunter safety course

Flord Fsh ad Wil lf
Conservation Commis-


net completion course at
Gulf Coast Community
flo fth St dnts nd n
East building from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on July 25.
To be admitted, indi-
viduals must complete
the Internet course be-
fore coming to class and
are required to bring a
copy of the final report
from the online portion
of the course. The final
report form does not have
to be notarized.
Children under 16
years of age must be ac-
companied by an adult at
all times. Students should
bring a pencil and paper
with them to take notes.
The hunter safety
course is required for peo-
ple born on or after June
1, 1975, before they can
purchase a Florida hunt-
ing license. The FWC
course e~rsatisfies hunter

ments for all other states
and Canadian provinces.
People interested in
attending this course can
register online and obtain
information about future
hunter safety classes at
MyFWC.com/Safety or by
calling the FWC's region-
al office in Panama City at
850-265-3676 '

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Faith ..................................Page B4
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Local


Wednesday, July 22, 2009


Mr. and Mrs. Kevin
Schumaker of Dothan, Ala.,
announce the engagement
of their daughter Amanda
Nicole to Jonathan Gerald
Miles, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Rogers of Headland,
Ala., and Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Miles of Graceville.
The bride-elect is the
granddaughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
B. Tolar of Dothan and
the late Mr. and Mrs.
Keith Schumaker of
Albuquerque, N.M.
She is a 2005 graduate of
Northview High School
and will graduate from
Auburn University in
December with a Bachelor
of Arts degree in Public
Relations.
The prospective groom


is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. O.S. Miles of
Graceville and Pat Gilbert
and the late Earl Gilbert of
Chipley.
He is a 2002 graduate
of Northside Methodist
Academy. He graduated
from Auburn University
with a Bachelor of Science
degree in Building
Construction and is
employed by K(BR in
Birmingham, Ala.
The wedding is planned
for 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1,
at Covenant United
Methodist Church in
Dothan. A reception
will follow immediately
after the ceremony at
the Gathering Place in
Headland. All friends and
family are invited.


James Derryl and
Kimberly Kay Griffin
are celebrating 25 years
of marriage. They were
married on July 20, 1984.
Derryl Griffin is the son of
James and Ellen Griffin


of Geneva, Ala. Kimberly
Kay Griffin is the daughter
of Robert and Frances
Paulin of Westville. They
have two daughters,
Megan Taylor and Kaylin
Paige Griffin.


Keeley Leigh Willis
and Heath E. Wogan
were united in marriage
on June 30, 2009, at Big
Bottom Park in Stockport,
Ohio. The Rev. James
Schoonover officiated for
the double-ring ceremony.
The bride's parents
are Kevin and Aleatha
Hasley of McConnelsville,
Ohio, and Chuck and
Shirley Willis of Chipley.
Allen and Cecilia Wogan of
Chesterhill are parents of
the groom.
The bride wore a floor-
length white chiffon dress
with beading made by Mori
Lee. Crystal beads edged
the strapless, draped
bodice with corset tieback
and a cascading skirt. She
carried a bouquet of white
lilies surrounded by blue
and yellow daisies, created
by her maid of honor.
The maid of honor was
Meagan Southall, followed
by the bridesmaids, Holly
Hasley, sister of the bride,
and Chareese Copeland,
who walked along with the
flower girl, Lillian Ball.
The girls wore navy blue
silk halter-top dresses
that flared to knee length
with a gold waistband. The
flower girl wore a gold
sundress with a navy blue


waistband. The dresses
were made specially by
the bride's grandmother,
Brenda Slate.
The best man was AJ
Wogan, brother of the
groom, with groomsman
Joey Ball.
A special guitar duo,
Will Gorrelland and Mike
Finck, played "Hells Bells"
by AC/DC for the groom's
entrance, "Canon" by Bach
for the bride's entrance
and "For Those About
To Rock" by AC/DC for
the exit of the bride and
groom.
The bride was a 2006
graduate from Vernon
High School and is
pursuing her degree in
ECE at Zanestate College
and plans to graduate in
the spring of 2010. She
is employed as a Home
Health Aide by Cambridge
Home Health.
The groom was a 2005
graduate from Morgan
High School in Ohio and
works as a logger.
The couple
honeymooned on
Grindstone Island in
the Thousand Islands,
N.Y., and spent a day at
Niagara Falls. The couple
are making their home in
McConnelsville.


Diane Bruner of Ponce
de Leon and Steve Bruner
of Reno, Nev., announce
the upcoming marriage of
their daughter, Valerie, to
Brandon Sasser.
Valerie is the
granddaughter of Delton
and Violet Wileman of Esto
and Maveen Bruner of
Caryville.
Brandon is the son of
Pastor Mike and Debbie


Sasser of Westville. His
grandparents are James
and Genece Sasser
of Bonifay and Frank
and Francis Carter of
Westville.
The ceremony is
planned for July 25 at The
Spirit and Bride in Bonifay.
The couple will make
Bonifay their home when
they return from their
honeymoon.


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Tammy Brown and
Christopher Helms
announce they will be
united in marriage July 25.
The ceremony will be at
New Smyrna Assembly of
God, Bonifay, at 3 p.m. The
parents of the bride are


Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J.
Steverson of Bonifay. The
parents of the groom are
Mr. and Mrs. Rex T. Helms
of Hartford. No local
invitations are being sent;
all friends and relatives
are invited to attend.


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Washington County News | Holmes County Times-Advertiser | B3


Achievement

Johnathon Miller
receives degree
NORTHFIELD, Vt.
Johnathon L.
Miller of Caryville
received his degree in
Environmental Science
from Norwich University
at a commencement
ceremony held May 10.
Norwich University
is the oldest private
military college in the
United States.


Reunions

Andrew and Rebecca
Cobb Worley reunion
The descendants of
Andrew and Rebecca
Cobb Worley will hold
their 19th Annual Family
Reunion on Saturday,
July 25, at the Bonifay
Ag-Center on Highway
90, one mile east of
Highway 79. Festivities
start at 9 a.m.
Bring a well-filled
food basket and family
pictures for sharing. Lots
of entertainment is lined
up. All family members
and friends are invited
to attend. For more
information, call: D.B.
Worley at 547-9282, day
or night, or Teresa Bush
at 263-4744 (day) or 263-
3072 (night).

Ur luhart
family reunion
The annual Urquhart
family reunion will
be held July 28 at the
Ag Center in Bonifay.
Festivities begin at
11 a.m. All family and
friends are invited to
attend.


Chad and Heather
Stewart of Paxton
announce the birth of their
Sson, John Cade. He was
born June 26 at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center
Sin Dothan, Ala. He weighed
8 pounds, 11 ounces, and
was 21 inches long.
Cade is the grandson


John Cade Stewart
of Herbert and Charlotte
Haddock of Paxton, and
Lynn and Claudette
Stewart of DeEhniak
Springs.
Maternal great-
grandparents are Dorothy
and the late Cecil Haddock
and the late John and
Martha Collins, all of


Vernon. Paternal great-
grandparents are the late
Selma and Merle Wise
of Florala, Ala., and the
late Joseph and Darlene
Stewart of DeEhniak
Springs.
Cade's big brother
Collin welcomed him
home.

Easton Chase Powell
Cheryl and Jeremy
Powell announce the birth
of their son, Easton Chase.
He was born May 25
at Flowers Hospital in
Dothan, Ala., and weighed
9 pounds, 2 ounces, and
was 21.5 inches long.
Diane Ayers of
Dyersburg, Tenn., and
Tony East of Trimble,
Tenn., are Easton's
maternal grandparents.
His paternal grandparents
are Wayne and Judy
Powell of Bonifay. Great-
grandparents are Leona
and the late Wilbur
Callahan and the late
James and Willie Maude
Powell, all of Bonifay.
Big brother Colby,
age 3, welcomed his
brother home.


Riley Benton turned
1 year old on July 10
and celebrated with a
"Cars"-themed party on
July 11 at the home of his
grandparents in Bonifay.


His mother, Holly Benton,
Riley's grandparents
James and Patricia Benton
along with other family
and friends helped him
celebrate.


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Maybe you've seen
the comical home video
on 'You'lI~be' titled
"sleepwalking fail"? It is
a short clip of a sleeping
dog that starts to "run"
horizontally in his sleep,
then suddenly jumps up and
slams into a wall!
Although the video is
seriously funny, there is
nothing funny about what
might be wrong with this
animal. This dog could
be dreaming, although
it unknown for certain if
animals dream according
to Dr. M.A. Crist, Clinical
Assistant Professor at
Texas A&M College of
Veterinary Medicine.
Most likely this animal is
displaying signs of a sleep
disorder.
Sleeping disorders are
not healthy, and as with
humans, we see disturbed
sleep patterns as sign
of old age, disease or life-
altering illness. The two
sleeping disorders that
are most dangerous to
an animal's health are
narcolepsy and cataplexy.
If your pet has one of these
disorders and is left alone,
or unattended near water,
they could possibly drown.

the ocranc o
uncontrollable Rapid Eye
Movement (REM) sleep
phase characterized by
the presence of rapid
eye movements and fast
phase activity," said Crist
"Cataplexy is the sudden
development of rapid
duration voluntary muscle
weakness, flaccidity, or
paralysis of all muscles
except extraocular and
respiratory muscles.
These two sleep
disorders are usually a
congenital and inherited
condition that can be
brought on by excitement
such as playing, eating,
drinking, or greeting owners
and can last seconds to
minutes, many times a day,
or infrequently."
Warning signs of one
or both of these disorders
are the pet may suddenly
collapse into lateral or
sterna recumbancy with
no movements. With
narcolepsy the animal
appears asleep, and with
cataplexy the animal is alert
but can't follow motion with
eye movements. The pet
can be aroused with petting,
external stimuli, and loud
noises.
These disorders are not
curable.
Older cats may also
experience behavior
changes in sleep cycles
or waking in the night,
restlessness and pacing.
This is either related to
senility or a disease called
Hyyperthyroidism.
"Hyperthyroidism
occurs when the thyroid
gland produces an excess
amount of thyroid hormone
which can lead to cardiac
disease and high blood
pressure," said Crist. "A
specific thyroid blood test
can be checked to verify
this abnormality and
treatment can be initiated.
Melatonin, an internal
hormone secreted by
the pineal gland during
darkness, can also be given
as an oral supplement
usually with minimal
side effects as a potential
treatment for sleep
disorders."
Of course, there are
several things that pet
owners can do for their
pets before their sleeping
disorders become too
severe.


"If owners notice their
pet having change in
their sleeping pattern they
want to take them to their
veterinarian for a complete
physical examination and
laboratory analysis," said
Crist. "Medical problems
may contribute to these
disturbances and some
medicines may need
to be prescribed by a
veterinarian to help combat
their sleep disturbance."
"While melatonin has
been useful for treating
sleep disorders that arise
from hypothyroidism,
senility, or cognitive
dysfunction," said Crist,
"it is not regulated by the
FDA, so ask a veterinarian
the correct dose for your
pet. Acupuncture and
herbal medications are
other modalities that might
be used to treat sleep
disorders in pets."
Placing your pet on
certain diets can also aid in
their sleeping troubles.
"Omega 3 fatty
acids and diets that are
enriched with antioxidants
are good for dogs with
cognitive dysfunction
and sleep issues," said
Crist. "Therapeutic

wths atixda esdch
as vitamin C, mixed
tocopherols, beta-carotene,
flavenoids, carotenoids, and
omega-3 fatty acids had
dogs show improvement
on the performance of
cognitive tasks than dogs
on a non-supplemented
diet."
It will always be a true
mystery whether or not
pets dream.
"In mammals and
birds, studies have
shown that long episodes
of nondreaming sleep
referred to as "slow-wave"
or SW sleep is followed by
short episodes of dreaming
sleep referred to as "rapid-
eye-movement" or REM
sleep," said Crist. "If a
disturbance in this pattern
occurs then sleeping
problems can begin.
However, we will never
really know if pets dream
because we cannot talk
to them. However, we do
know that dogs have the
REM sleep phase and
this is the dream activity
period in people. Dogs do
have leg movements, facial
twitching, vocalizations, and
tail movements. Therefore,
it might be likely they are
having a dream."
Crist mentioned that
it is important to know
some sleep disorders
require a lengthy
behavioral consultation
and examination by a
veterinarian. Selective
serotonin reuptake
inhibitor antidepressants
should be prescribed
for these dogs and cats
that have diagnosed
obsessive-compulsive
behavior disorders that
are disturbing their
sleeping patterns. She
also reminded that by
always taking our pets to
the veterinarian for their
regular check-up, many
potential problems could
be caught before they
seriously affect your pet's
health,
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National Guard Armory in Marianna.





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MARIANNA National
recording group The Em-
hers, a Raleigh, N.C. band,
will perform at a dinner
and dance celebrating the
life of the late Rep. Big
Sam Mitchell on Aug. 29
at the National Guard Ar-


mory in Marianna.
For decades The Em-
bers have been making
music by playing a mix of
rhythm and blue sand heart
and soul. Best known for
symbolizing beach music,
they have opened for the


Rolling Stones, made com-
mercials for Budweiser,
played the Olympics and
President Clinton's inau-
guration, and created the
soundtrack for endless
summers.
The Friends of Sam


Mitchell and the Chipola
Appreciation Club sponsor
the event with proceeds
going to establish a schol-
arship in Mitchell's honor.
Tickets are $75 per per-
son. For information call
at 850-718-2375.


CHIPLEY If you haven't
been in the Habitat for
Humanity Thrift Store in
Chipley lately, you defi-
nitely need to make an
effort to do so. New manag-
ers, Dot and Bill DiZinno,
have been extremely busy
and it shows.
The DiZinnos moved
to Chipley from Pennsyl-
vania three years ago.
They spent the first two
years of their retirement
rebuilding an old historic
home they purchased
in downtown Chipley.
After completing the
home, they participated in
the 2008 Christmas Tour of
Homes sponsored by the
Chipley Woman's Club.
Looking for ways to get
involved in the community,
they joined the Chipley
Garden Club where Bill
was recently elected Trea-
surer.


In late April, Bill met
with Habitat for Human-
ity officials and agreed to
manage the local thrift
store on a volunteer ba-
sis. They began work-
ing at the thrift store on
May 1 concentrating on
reorganizing the store and
recruiting new volunteers.
Bill contacted the Re-
tired Senior Volunteer
Program (RSVP) in early
July to assist with vol-
unteer recruitment and
to explore the benefits
offered through the pro-
gram. Although they have
welcomed some new vol-
unteers, many more are
needed to assist with vari-
ous activities Monday thru
Friday, from 9:30 a.m. and
4 p.m.
The thrift store also
welcomes all donations.
Currently there is an im-
mediate need for small


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New managers of Habitat for Humanity Thrift Store
in Chipley, Dot and Bill DiZinno.


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bedding. It is preferred to
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during business hours but
donations can be dropped
off at the front entrance
anytime. To arrange for


drop off of large items,
please contact Bill at 850-
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If you wish to volunteer
you may contact Bill or
Julie Prevatt, Division Di-
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Local piano students participate in a piano recital held at Chipola College
on May 16. Morning recital from the left, back row, Lila Taylor, Brison
Blalock, Nathan Crawford Brighton Basinger Mary Rosalyn Taylor. Front row,
Jaqueline Stewart, Nathaniel Bowen Elizabeth Bowen River Basinger.


SUBMITTED PHOTOS
Piano students participating in an afternoon recital at Chipola College on May
16 are from the left, Tori Crawford, Sarah Bowen, Autumn Basinger, Emaleigh
Munn, Mary Bowen, Jessie Owen and Joel Owen.


Paying attention to
detail, going the extra
mile, thinking of others can
make all the difference.
It may mean more sweat,
aches, maybe a callous or a
splinter.
Years ago, my family
fell in love with the Texas
Hill Country. One of
our favorite spots is the
Madrona Springs Cabins
in Vanderpool, Texas. The
cabins are nestled against
the spring that births
Evan's Creek. The creek is
cold in summer and freeze-
your-butt-off cold in winter.
There's a canoe and a
mean old goose and a steep
tree-covered mountainside.
And the cabins


themselves are incredible.
Each one has two queen
sized beds, a day bed, and
a trundle bed. They have
a full bath, dining room,
kitchen, refrigerator,
stove and oven, sink,
outdoor barbecue
and a playground.
This is our family's *
favorite getaway
escape.
In December of f
1999, we invited our
N~
extended family;O
grandparents, Ad
aunts, uncles and
cousins, to join us at the
cabins for Christmas. My
dad rented three cabins.
We drove up to Vanderpool
a day before the rest of


the family flew down, and
set up everything for our
vacation.
It's not a simple trip
to the grocery store, not
like driving five
minutes from our
north McAllen
home to the HEB
Son McColl and
Freddy Gonzalez.
The nearest HEBt th aisi

in Hondo, Texas,
WOD about an hour's
Hollinger drive away. We
made the trip and
stocked the refrigerators
in all three cabins with
everything anyone might
want or need for the week:
sodas, bottled water, milk,


eggs, bacon, deli meat,
ice, cheese. I love cheese.
Even though the cabins
are furnished with the
standard toiletries, we
bought toothbrushes,
toothpaste, scented hand
soap, and elegant shower
gel, enough for three
cabins for an entire week.
My mom also baked a
pumpkin cake for each
cabin. Everything was in
place.
Then the family arrived.
In a big jumble of
humanity, everybody piled
out of the cars. "Oh, this
is nice. Very cozy. These
cabins look so pretty!
Let's see the inside. Wow,
these are so cool. The


fridges already have stuff
in them...Omigosh! These
cabins come with cakes!"
It's been a while since
that vacation. Memory
is beginning to fail, and
the specifies of all we did
and saw that week are
beginning to fade. But all of
us remember there were
cakes,
That's the reward of
going the extra mile. You
bet it took time to bake
three cakes. It was worth
it, though, watching a
crew of fully-grown adults
running from the cabin
doorsteps announcing that
there were cakes. It's one
of the stories that bears
retelling.


It was a great vacation,
but not because we like
the Hill Country and not
because of the games we
played or the day trips
we went on. It was good
because we enjoyed each
other's company. And
because doing something
special for others is worth
the effort. Paying attention
to the details makes a big
difference.
The blessing is only an
extra mile away.
Andrew Hollinger is the
author of "One Word" and
the co-author oflNKSTAIN,
available on i~2unes. Fbr e-
mail and information visit
www.andrewhollinger
com.


HCHS Alumni luncheon
BONIFAY The next
HCHS Alumni luncheon
will be Aug. 11 at Simbo's
Restaurant in Bonifay at
11 a.m. All alumni, former
students and staff are in-
vited to attend the quar-
terly luncheons.

WHTC offers
fadaf COUfsO
CHIPLEY Washington
Holmes Technical Center
will offer aLaser and Radar
Speed Measurement Offi-
cer's Certification course
from July 27 to Aug. 7.
Class is scheduled to meet
Monday-Friday from 5:30
-9:30 p.m. in the Public
Safety building (Building
8) at the main campus.
This course is for the
law enforcement officer
whose duties include speed
enforcement to improve
the officer's effectiveness
through the proper and
efficient use of police traf-
fic radar and laser speed
measurement devices.
This is a four-hour
course approved for sal-
ary incentive or manda-
tory retraining and is trust


funded (free) for all Region
II law enforcement offi-
cers (Washington, Holmes,
Jackson, Bay, Calhoun
and Gulf Counties). Offi-
cers planning on attend-
ing through the trust fund
must have agency letter of
approval.
The cost of the course
will be $180 for non-trust
funded attendees.
Upon completion of the
course, officers will be cer-
tified to operate Laser and
Radar in Florida.
Contact Greg Hutching
or Brandon Stevenson for
more details *


COMMUnity
clothe 11O XC ange
BONIFAY A commu-
nity clothes exchange is
planned for July 27-30 at
Bonifay Elementary School
from 8 a.m. to noon each
day. Monday and Tuesday
will be the donation drop
off days and Wednesday
and Thursday are desig-
nated for shopping.
This a good opportu-
nity to donate your child's
clothes, shoes, backpacks,
and lunch boxes that they


no longer can use, but are
in good shape and can be
used by someone else,

Ch1 0 0 finOHntial aid
( 00( 100 is Aug. 3
MARIANNA Students
planning to enroll in Chipo-
la College this Fall are en-
couraged to file the Free
Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA) and
complete their financial
aid file by Aug. 3
"The first thing stu-
dents and families need
t in or er to apply o
financial aid is to complete
the FAFSA," says Dr. Jayne
Roberts, Chipola Dean of
Enrollment Services. "The
FAFSA form will deter-
mine eligibility for financial
aid, such as Pell Grants,
work-study programs and
student loans. It is very
important that students
and families pay attention
to deadline dates when ap-
plying for financial aid and
scholarships," reminds
Roberts. "Some financial
aid options have limited
funding; therefore, the
'early bird gets the worm'
philosophy will apply."


To meet the Aug. 3 pro-
cessing deadline, students
are encouraged to submit
the FAFSA as soon as pos-
sible to ensure it can be
processed by the deadline.
Tax information for both
the college-bound student
and parents is needed
when completing the FAF-
SA.
The FAFSA can be
completed electronically
at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The
Chipola College school
code is 001472.
All students seeking
Financial Aid must have
completed the FAFSA and
submitted the required pa-
per work to the Chipola Fi-
nancial Aid Office in order
to use financial aid to pay
tuition for the Fall 2009 se-
mester. Students who are
not eligible for financial
aid or who have not com-
pleted their financial aid
file by Aug. 3, must make
other arrangements to pay
for tuition and books.
To avoid delays, stu-
dents are encouraged to:
(1) apply at www.fafsa.ed.
gov; (2) complete the ap-
plication thoroughly and
promptly; (3) keep a copy
of all documents used to


complete the application
(4) submit additional re-
quested information to the
Chipola Financial Aid Of-
fice promptly.
For information about
Financial Aid, visit www.
chipola.edu, or phone 850-
718-2366.

Mature driving
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Washington County
Council on Aging and
AARP will co-sponsor a
mature driving class for
individuals age 50 and over
on Saturday, July 25 from
8 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the
Shriners Club in Chipley
on Brickyard Road.
This eight-hour course


is developed especially for
the senior driver and re-
views basic driving knowl-
edge, new traffic laws and
introduces techniques to
help offset the effects
of the aging process on
driver performance. It is
geared to safety needs and
helping to compensate for
age related changes. This
mature driving course is
approved by the DHSMV
for a three-year insurance
premium reduction.
There is no testing and
only a minimum course
fee of $12 for AARP mem-
bers and $14 for non-AARP
members. Please enroll by
calling Debra at the Wash-
ington County Council on
Aging at 638-6217.


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BCF leaders ip cert ificate class beg ins in Brazil


Attending the Kolmetz Family Sing held July 10, from the left, The Rev. T. V. Kolmetz, Bertha Padgett and
Doyle Kolmetz. Bertha Padgett was the hostess for the event with more than 100 people in attendance.
The Rev. T.V. Kolmetz, of Crestview and Doyle Kolmetz, of Kennedale, Texas, were also there to meet and
greet. They started the evening off with a several gospel specials.


B
Section


Once again all of the
seats are filled as another
leadership certificate class
offered through a partnership
between The Baptist College
ofFlorida (BCF) in Graceville,
Fla., and LINC-UP Missions
begins in northeast Brazil.
Led by BCF alum and
former trustee, Richie Allen,
students gather to learn how
to establish churches and
receive the tools, knowledge,
and skills to lead their
congregations effectively.
The Leadership
Certificate Program came
as a result of a partnership
between BCF and LINC-UP
Missions Inc., with the goal
of providing well trained


leadership for the new church
plants in northeast Brazil.
The certificate program is
specifically designed to be
completed within eighteen
months, providing Brazilian
ministers with the resources
and techniques of sharing
the gospel of Jesus Christ to
Brazil.
In support of the program,
BCF President Thomas A.
Kinchen traveled to Brazil
for the first leadership
graduation ceremony held
in December, 2008. Kinchen
presented certificates and
gifts from the college to the
graduates stating that, "I
have never seen so many
who have worked so hard and


accomplished so much in the
face of almost overwhelming
obstacles. I am both humbled
and challenged by the spirit
of these people." According
to Kinchen, this program
clearly demonstrates the
commitment of the BCF
family to carry out the Great
Commission of our Lord and
champion our trademark of
"Changing the World through
the Unchanging Word"."
Allen, founder of LINC-
UP Missions, Inc., and his
wife, Heather, continue to
work mobilizing churches in
the United States for church
planting partnerships in
Brazil.


Members of the new BCF Leadership Certificate class in Brazil.


AWANA in Bethlehem
Bethlehem Baptist
Church will have their annual
AWANA Cafe' & Auction Aug.
1, beginning at 6 p.m. Every
one is invited for a trip back to
the 1950's at the "Happy Days
Diner" for good food, lots fun,
and a bargain or two. The
church is on Hwy177 one mile
south of Bethlehem School or
eight miles north of Bonifay.

aoryvil aptst
Homecoming
CARYVILLE Caryville
Baptist Church will hold
homecoming services on
Sunday, July 26, at 10:30 a.m.
The Rev. Eilton Thomas,
former pastor, will bring the
morning message. Lunch
will be served afterwards.

Hendersons in Concert
Bethlehem Baptist Church
will host The Hendersons
in concert Sunday morning
August 2. Everyone is invited
to attend. The church is one
mile south of Bethlehem
School or eight miles north of
Bonifay on Highway 177.


"Who Killed Pepi Roni"
CHIPLEY First
Presbyterian Church, 658 Sth
Street in Chipley will host
a Murder Mystery Dinner
Theater on Saturday, August
8. "Who Killed Pepi Roni" will
begin at 6:30 p.m. To purchase
tickets call 638-1629.

IAM In iniStries, Ic.
IAMI Inn Ministries, Inc. in
Chipley is looking to rent or
lease to buy an affordable 3-4
bedroom -2-bath house in the
Chipley area for its 'Itansition
Home for Women. The four-
year-old ministry is a 501(c)
3 organization that helps
women who find themselves
homeless after incarceration
and or other unfortunate
circumstances.
IAMI Ministries is also
looking for a mature Christian
woman for the position
of house manager. Room
and board will be provided.
Responsibilities include
supervising the facility,
mentoring residents, and
working closely with INN
directors.
If you know of a house


or want to apply for house
manager, call Gretchen

207o eck Hke la 5 5-
4824, cell 726-6056.

Mc Chapel choir
celebrates anniversary
The McChapel AME
Church choir fourth
anniversary celebration will
be Saturday July 25 at 6 p.m.
before the fourth Sunday. The
church is at 4963 Old US Road
in Marianna. Choirs, groups
and soloists from the Tti-state
area will be there.

Knights in Training
'lIrning Point UPC will
hold Vacation Bible School
July 27-31 from 6-8:30 p.m.
Dinner will be served at 5:30
ptm. nac night, with activities
ages 2-16. For information,
contact Anthon at 638-1587.

Vacation Bil cool
VBS at Noma Baptist
Church will be held July 20
- 24, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Call 850-263-0003.


Gospel Smng with
file C01VofV Tif0
SUnion Hill Baptist Church
will host a gospel sing
featuring The Calvary Wtio
on Friday, July 31 at 6:30 p.m.
The church is located in the
Bethlehem community on
Hwy. 177, Bonifay. We will
be having refreshments
following the sing.

FifSt Freewill
Ba tist Revival
First Freewill Baptist
Church of Bonifay will hold
revival August 9-14. August
9 services are at 6 p.m. and
August 7-14 services begin at
7 p.m. Guest speaker will be
the Rev. Dennis Tanton with
special singing by Vessels
of Clay. The church is at
the corner of Oklahoma and
Kansas.


DEFUNIAK SPRINGS Some-
one To Care International Min-
istries, Inc. will sponsor The
River Flows conference on
Aug. 7 and Aug. 8 at the Civic
Center in DeEiniak Springs
from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Many guest speakers are
planned:
*Javetta Saunders, Rhe-
ma Bible College graduate,
pianist, award-winning song-
writer, she has also authored
and co-authored several books
and she has appeared on many
television programs. Saunders
works in her church, Bonifay
First Assembly of God as pia-
nist, and President of Women's
Ministry.
*The Rev. Shirley J. Cun-


ningham is the founder and
pastor of Someone To Care
International Ministries. She
has traveled to India and other
countries many times since
the early 90's where she held
crusades, pastors leadership
meetings and revivals. Many
churches were planted across
India with many pastors work-
ing under this ministry. She
has been on radio and TV for
many years and still produces
a one-hour television program.
*Sandra McClelland is di-
rector of Someone To Care
International and a successful
local businesswoman in DeRI-
niak Springs. She has worked
with the television programs,
and speaks at ladies' meetings.


*Pastor Leonard Blount, of
Chipley has a vision to see the
body of Christ come together
and work together. He produc-
es a television program and
operated his church in Chipley.
His wife Ann is an accom-
plished singer and they will
minister to you in the power of
the Holy Spirit.
*Julie McWaters, Praise
Teams director with Someone
To Care International Minis-
tries, Inc. is certified in music
educationandteachesgradesK-
4 at Vernon Elementary School.
She is involved with nursing
home ministry ladies meetings.
Julie and her husband have
raised three children.
*A team from Tabernacle


of Praise, Chipley will be there
with pastor Victor Fisher.
*Ingathering Worship Cen-
ter from Graceville with Pastor
Phillip Meeks is sending their
praise team led by Brenda Oz-
ert.
*The Rev. Debbie Williams
will also sing. Her church is in
Chipley.
*Pastor Mike Sasser from
Bonifay and his praise team
will be ministering in praise
and worship also.
This conference is free to
the public. To reserve a place
call 547-3299 or email some-
Onetocare~ someonetocare.
org.
For more information log
on towww.someonetocare.org.


FAITH


After-





thought



authority

An interesting story with a good point
appeared in a recent issue of Nuggets. It
told of a Marine recruiting sergeant who
happened upon an impressive sight while
traveling the backwoods country. At this one
roadside farm, he saw targets painted just
about everywhere on the barns, on fences,
and on all the outbuildings. And exactly in
the center of each target's bull's eye, there
was a bullet hole! Knowing
the Marine Corps could use
a marksman like that, the
rS sergeant stopped at the farm
House in hopes of recruiting
this sharpshooter. His knock
on the door was answered
by a gangling, barefoot lad of
a not-too-bright appearance
LET YOUR who proudly admitted that
LIGHT SHINEI he had made the targets and
Wes Webb bullet holes. The sergeant
asked him how he managed
to get a perfect bull's eye with every shot. He
drawled, "Aw, that's easy, Sarge. I jes' shoot
fist, an' then I paint rings around the bullet

It occurred to me that a lot of people make
bull's eyes in religion like that too. They
"shoot" first by committing themselves to
some religious position or affiliation, then
later, when necessary, seek to justify their
actions by "painting on" the target rings
with some kind of after-thought "authority."
Multitudes have made such commitments
and in doing so have entrusted their souls
to positions which they have assumed
pleased God, but in which they have no real
understanding or conviction. This means
that what these people are religiously is
attributable to something less than their
regard for Bible truth and they, therefore,
are something less than what God would
have them to be. In spiritual matters as
elsewhere, eternally important commitments
are apt to be improperly motivated and
rashly made.
But, in religion, as nowhere else, once
committed, seldom changed. Why? Because
"every way of a man is right in his own eyes"
(Prov. 21:2). And perhaps because many
had rather be considered right than to be
right. And because, though essential, prides
makes it difficult to render an objective
assessment of what one has done or become.
So out comes the target paint of after-
thought authority. Just about any "shot"
of commitment can be transformed into a
bull's eye using such "paint" as feelings or
sincerity. Other popular shades of target
paint are: It doesn't make any difference
what you believe, The Bible doesn't say not
to, and All roads lead to heaven. No wonder
so many view themselves as being "on
target" in religion.
But all such efforts ignore the fact that only
God has the right to make such a "target"
and that His word (Bible truth) constitutes
the mark (bull's eye) for which all men are to
strive. (Sin is missing His mark.) Coming to
Jesus Christ and salvation is impossible apart
from hearing and learning His will (John
6:44,45) and abiding in Christ means abiding
in His teaching (2 John 9). Therefore, all right
relationships with the Lord involve a right
relationship with Bible truth and vice versa
(Col. 3:17; 1 Pet. 4:11). Was it Bible truth that
influenced what you are?
This message has been provided by Wes
Webb, evangelist, Chipley Church of Christ,
1295 Brickyard Rd. Chipley FL 32428 (850)
638-2366.


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The Power of Words
In ancient times, there seemed to be an intimate connection
btween w rds ad things, or between tnaemeesnand the persons

creation,God creates by mere
divine utterance. He says,"Let
there be light,"and there is light.
Likewise, when God gives Adam
the honor of naming the animals,
he is allowing Adam to establish
their identity once and for all.
Or consider the story inth

titnhki a Jc~oebni in wac Eeau,
Isaac mistakenly gives Esau's
firstborn birthright to Jacob. And,
even when Isaac realizes the mistake, and sees that he has been
tricked, he cannot simply undo what he has said.The utterance
of the blessing is the blessing, in the same way that God's divine
utterance created the world. Continuing in the New Testament,
we see this strong connection
between words and things.
In the prologue to the Gospel of John,we are told that "In the
beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God,and the
Word was God."(John 1.1) In modern times although we have
somehow lost this vital connection to our language, we all know
that words are double-edged words which can heal as well as
they can hurt,offering both comfort and solace, as well as pain.
For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-
edged sword. -R.S.V. Hebrews 4:1 2

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Af rican Methodist

Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AMIE:
577 Mc/artin Luther King,
Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
Larry Brown.
New Bethel AMIE: U.S. 90
in Bonifay. Pastor is Alice
Hennessey.
St. John AMIE: 3816
Clemmons Road, Vernon.
Service on first and third
Sunday at 11:15 a.m. Pastor
is the Rev. Leon Singleton
St. Joseph AMIE: 1401
Mc/onroe Sheffield Road,
Chipley. Pastor is the Rev.
Roy Hudson.
St. Luke AMIE: 4009
Jackson Community Road
Vernon. Service on second'
and fourth Sunday at 11
a.m. Pastor is the Rev. Leon
S nletoign.
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly:
1009 S. Waukesha St. Pastor
is John Chance.
Carmel Assembly of God:
County
160 in the Bethlehem
Community. Pastor is
Tommy Mc/oore.
Cords of Love Assembly of
God: 2060 Bethlehem Road in
the Kynesville area. Pastor is
Jerry Sanford.
Ebro Assembly of God:
State 79 South. Pastor is
Lloyd Lykins.
Faith Assembly of God:
Underwood Road behind
Poplar Springs School.
Pastor is Charles Carlton.
Grace Assembly of God:
567 N. Mc/ain St. Pastor the
Rev. Dallas Pettis.
Graceville First Assembly
of God: 5565 Brown St. Pastor
is Charles Jackson.
Lighthouse Assembly of
God: 1201 S. Waukesha St.
(State 79), Bonifay. Sunday
School 10 a.m., Sunday
services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.,
every second Wednesday
fellowship supper. Pastor is
Mc/ichael Presley.
Little Rock Assembly of
God: 1923 Highway 173, six
miles north of Bonifay. Pastor
is the Rev. Ben Peters.
Live Oak Assembly of God:
Just off Highway 177-A north
of Bonifay. Pastor is Danny
Carnley.
Mc/t. Olive Assembly of God:
Highway 179-A off Highway 2.

Palt P esman Asmbl of
God: Highway 179-A, eight
miles north of Westville.
Pastor is the Rev. Clyde
Smith.
New Bethany Assembly
of 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
Spencer
New Smyrna Assembly of
God, Adolph Whitaker Road
six miles north of Bonifay. The
Rev.Josh Garner is pastor.
Noma Assembly of God:
1062 Tindel St., Noma.
Pastor is Jerry Leisz.
Northside Assembly of
God:
1009 N. Rangeline 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 Assembly of God
Church: 3349 Mc/cFatter
Avenue. Pastor is the
Rev. Wesley Hall.
Wausau Assembly of God:
Highway 77. Pastor is Danny
Burns.
Westville Assembly of
God: Highway 181 North.
Pastor is Lavon Burke.
Winterville Assembly of
God: Dogwood Lakes Road.
Pastor Mc/itch Johnson.

B pti t
Abigail Free Will Baptist:
Dawkins Street in Vernon.
Berean Baptist: 1438
Nearing Hills Road in
Chipley. Pastor is Jesse
Bowen.
Bethany Baptist: 10 miles
north of Bonifay on Highway
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 I-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 Bonifay Road. Pastor
Aubrey Herndon.
Chipley First Baptist:
1300 South Blvd. Pastor is
Mc/ichael Orr.
Chipley First Free Will
Baptist:
1387 South Blvd. Pastor is
Ben Hull.
East Pittman Freewill
Baptist: half-mile north of
Highway 2 on 179. Pastor is
Herman Sellers.
Eastside Baptist: Highway
277, Vernon.
Esto First Baptist: 1050 N.
Highway 79. Pastor is Ryan
Begue.
Evergreen Mc/issionary
Baptist: Church, Westville.
The Fellowship at Country
Oaks:
574 Buckhorn Blvd., 17 miles
southeast of Chipley off
Orange
Gap Pond Free Will
Baptist: 1980 Gap Blvd. in
Sunny Hills. Interim Pastor
is the Rev. George Cooper.
Gritney Baptist Church,
2249 Highway 179. Pastor
Rodd Jones
Gully Springs Baptist:
Three miles west of Bonifay
on Highway 90. Pastor Tim
Hall.
Hickory Hill Baptist: 1656
Hickory Hill Road (Highway
181 N), Westville.
Holmes Creek Baptist:
Cope Road northwest of
Chipley. ..
Holyneck Mc/issionary
Baptist:
3395 Cemetery Lane,
Campbellton. Pastor
Richard Peterson Sr.
Jerusalem Mc/issionary
Baptist:
614 Bennett Drive, Chipley.
Price Wilson is pastor.
Leonia Baptist: Church is
located in northwest Holmes
Coauntyd Pastor is Stacy
Lovewood Free Will
Baptist:
1745 Lovewood Road'
Cottondale. Pastor is Henry
Mc/atthews. ..
Mc/t. Ararat Mc/issionary
Baptist:
1233 Old Bonifay Road'
Chipley. Pastor is Dr. H.G.
Mc/cCollough.
Mc/t. Zion Independent
Baptist: Highway 2, one mile
west of Highway 79 in Esto.
Pastor is Steve Boroughs.
New Beginning
Baptist: 1049 Sanders
Ave., Graceville. Pastor is
Rudolph Dickens.
New Concord Free Will
Baptist: James Paulk Road
off Highway 177. Pastor
James Carnley.
New Hope Baptist:
Intersection of Highways 2
and 179A.
New Hope Mc/issionary
Baptist Church (Two Egg),
3996 Wintergreen Road,
Greenwood.
New Orange Baptist: 782
Alford Road. Pastor is Alcus
Brock.
New Prospect Baptist: 761
New Prospect Road, Chipley.
Pastor is Kermit Soileau.
New Zion Baptist:
Highway 177-A north of
Highway 2.
Noma Baptist: Highway
175 north of Highway 2.
Northside Baptist:
Intersection of Highways
81 and 90 in Ponce de Leon.
Pastor is Ken Harrison.
Oakie Ridge Baptist:
Corner of Orange Hill
and Gilbert's Mc/ill roads,
southeast of Chipley
Orange Hill Baptist: 3.6
miles east of Wausau, off
Pioneer Road at 3485 Gainer
Road. Pastor is Phillip
Gainer.
Orange Hill Mc/issionary
Baptist,
816 Sunday Road, Chipley.
Pastor is the Rev. James
Johns.


Piney Grove Free Will
Baptist:
1783 Piney Grove Rd, south
of Chipley. Pastor is Tim
Owen.
Pleasant Hill Free Will
Baptist:
1900 Pleasant Hill Road.
Poplar Head Independent
Free Will Baptist: Poplar
Head Road. Pastor is the
Rev. James Pate.
Poplar Springs Baptist:
1098 Lovewood Road'
Graceville. Pastor is John
Howell.
St. John Free Will Baptist:
St. John's Road, Bonifay.
St. Mc/atthew's Mc/issionary
Baptist: 4156 St. Mc/atthew's
Road, Caryville. Pastor is
the Rev. James Johns.
Salem Free Will Baptist:
2555 Kynesville Road
(Highway 276) between
Cottondale and Alford.
Pastor is Donnie Hussey.
Sand Hills Baptist: 6758
Highway 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 of
Highway 90 in Chipley.
Shiloh Mc/issionary
Baptist: 3013 Mc/oss Hill
Road in Vernon. Pastor Rev.
Mc/arcelious Willis Jr.
Sunny Hills First Baptist:
1886 Sunny Hills Blvd.
Pastor is Mc/ike Swingle.
Union Hill Baptist:
Highway 177, a mile south
of Highway 2. Pastor is
Mc/aurice Jenkins.
Unity Baptist: 3274 River
Road, Hinson's Crossroads.
Pastor is Lindsey Mc/artin.
Vernon First Baptist, 2888
Church St., Vernon.
Wausau First Baptist:
Highway 77.
West Bonifay Baptist: 609
W. Indiana Ave.
ILutlieran
Grace Lutheran: Highway
90 East, Bonifay. Interim
pastor is Jerry Conley.
C0810lic
Blessed Trinity Catholic:
Highway 177-A in Bonifay.
CSt. Jiose h the W rkS th
Chipley.
CSt. TheresaCatiholic
Boulevard, Chipley.
(1Uftil Of C1rist
Chipley Church of Christ.
1295 Brickyard Road. Wes
Webb is minister.
Esto Church of Christ: 1247
N. Highway 79.
Church of God
Bonifay Church of God:
Brock Avenue. Pastor is John
Stamey.
Church of God by Faith:
3012 Church St., Vernon.
Pastor is Elder T Powell.
Tabernacle of Praise
Church of God: Highway 77
South. Pastor is Victor Fisher.
Church of God in Christ
Spirit-Filled Church of God
in Christ: 2128 Pate Pond
Road, Caryville. Pastor is
Elder Tony Howard.
Yes Lord Deliverance
Church of God in Christ:
739 Seventh St. (next to the
National Guard Armory)
in Chipley. Pastor is David
Woods Jr.
CUrc 0f 0o in

Prophecy
Bayview CureChh of God
Prophecy: 1097 New Bayview
Church Rd. Bonifay. Pastor

HChuc cof d of Prophecy:
13a86 W. akson A~ve. Chipley.

Episcopal
St. Mc/atthew's Episcopal:
Highway 90 West, Chipley
Vicar is Ward S. Clarke.
Holiness
Harris Chapel Holiness:
Eight miles north of
Caryville on Highway 179.
Pastors are the Rev.
Norman and Judy Harris.
Sweet Gum Holiness: 105
Corbin Road, Cottondale.
Third United Holiness: 608
W. Eighth Ave., Graceville.
Pastor is Arthur Fllton.
JeovhS Witnse

Kingdom Hall ofJehovah's


Witnesses: 2048 Highway? ,
Chipley
Kingdom Hall ofJehovah's
Witnesses: Highway 90, Bonifay
JOWISh
Temples are available in
Dothan and Panama City


Mc/osque available in
Blountstown.
POMOeCOStal
Fifth United Pent cstal
Holiness church, 776 Peach
Stl et, Clhip e. Pastor is
Ele ily Wison a d
Assistant Pastor is Evangelist
B.rs In united Pent cstal
116 Highway 90CW.,uChipley.
Psor is Jmes Cul.
21First United Pentecostal:
20 highway 9 et,
Westville. Pastor Jason
Campbell.
Open Pond United
Pentecostal: 1885 Highway
179-A, Westville. Pastor is Ray
Connell.
?tinity Pentecostal
Tabernacle: Highway 77
between Sunny Hills and
lreenhead. Pastor is Larry
Wilughby.
?tue Holiness Pentecostal:
5099 Little Rock Circle, Ebro.
Pastor is Louis D. Brown.
'111ring Point First United
Pentecostal: Highway 90
West, Chipley. Pastor is James
Cau e
Wausau Pentecostal
Holiness: 2201 Pioneer Road.
Pastor is James Barwick.
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day
Adventist: 604 Mc/athusek St.
Pastor is Jeff Westherg.
Metiotlist
Bethlehem United
Mc/ethodist: Highway 177, look
for sign
Bonifay United Mc/ethodist:
Oklahoma Street.
Cedar Grove United
Mc/ethodist: Two miles west
of Mc/iller's Crossroads on
Highway 2. Pastor is John

Chi ley First United
Mc/ethodist:
1285 Jackson Ave.
East Mc/t. Zion United
Mc/ethodist: Highway 173 N., 10
miles from Bonifay.
Lakeview United
Mc/ethodist: Highway279 near
Five Points, 1970 Lakeview
Drive. Pastor Mc/ikeaWeeks.

Mc/ethodist: Just off Highway
2 in Holmes County's New
Hope community. Pastor is
the Rev. Tom Whiddon.
New Hope United
Mc/ethodist: State Road 79
south of Vernon.
Orange Hill United
Mc/ethodist: Sunday Road off
Orange Hill Road. Pastor is
Ron Alderman.
Otter Creek United
Mc/ethodist: North of Ponce de
Leon off Highway 81 (look for
sign).
Pleasant Grove United
Mc/ethodist: 2430 Shakey
Joe Road, near Hinson
Crossroads.
Poplar Head United
Mc/ethodist: 1.5 miles north of
Highway 2 on Highway 163.
Red Hill United Mc/ethodist:
State Road 2, two miles west
of SR 79. Pastor is the Rev.
Buddy Pennington.
Vernon United Mc/ethodist:
Highway 79. Pastor is John
Kramer.
Wausau United Mc/ethodist:
Highway 77.
Presbyterian
Chipley First
Presbyterian: Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue
Sunny Hills Presbyterian:
3768 Country Club Blvd.
Pastor is Kenneth Kelley.
Other
Amazing Grace Faith
Fellowship Assembly: 3253
Highway 2. Pastor is Bobby
Tidwell.
Bonifay House of Prayer:
826 N. Caryville Road. Pastor
is Devon Richter
Bonnett Pond Community
Church:
2680 Bonnett Pond Road
between Wausau and Vernon.
Pastor is the Rev. Teddy Joe
Bias.
Caryville Evangelistic
Center Wright's Creek Road
in Caryville, just north of


Highway 90. Pastor is Wayne
Brannon.
Christian Fellowship
Center, 1458 Mc/onroe Sheffield
Road, Chipley, Pastor is Isaac
Harmon.
Christian Haven: Finch
Circle, Wausau. Pastor Carlos
Finch.
The Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints, North
Ride, Bonifay, FL 32425:
850-547-1254 or 850-547-4557
Bonifay Ward: Bishop Joshua
Bowen Chipley Ward: Bishop
Charles Mc/unns
Cornerstone Fellowship
of Chipley; 1301 Mc/ain St.
(old Chuckwagon), Chipley,
Sunday services 10:30 a.m.
Pastor is Larry Capan.
Cornerstone Harvest
Outreach: Corner of Reno
and Fanning Branch, Vernon.
Pastors are Willis and Drucile
Hagan.
Courts of Praise: 1720
Clayton Road, Chipley. Pastor
is Rick Lovett.
Covenant Community
Fellowship, 844 Mc/ain Street,
Chipley. Pastor is Joey
Robbins.
Cypress Creek Community
Church: 2.5 miles west of
Alford at 1772 Mc/acedonia
Road. Pastor is James
Vickery.
Faith Covenant Fellowship:
Highway277 half-mile south
of I-10.
Family Worship Center: 531
Rock Hill Church Road.
Grace & Glory Worship
Center 1328 Railroad Ave.,
Chipley. Pastor is Debbie
Williams.
Graceville Community:
1005 E. Prim Ave. Pastor Dale
Worle .
Holmes Valley Community
Church: 3550 Fanning Branch
Road, Vernon. Pastors Willis
and Drucile Hagan.
House of Prayer Worship
Center


763 West Blvd. Pastor is
Anthony B. Mc/cKinnie.
Liberty Church: Creek
Road in Vernon. Pastor is
Dennis Boyett.
Mc/oss Hill Church: Second
and fourth Sundays, 2 p.m. Off
Highway279.
New Effort Church: New
Effort Church Road, Bonifay.
Pastor is Brent Jones.
New Faith Temple Church
of Prayer EEA.Ei; 841 Orange
Hill Road, Chipley; 638-4982;
Pastor Annie Holmes.
Northwest Florida
Christian Church: 4465
Highway 77 (meets Sundays

6 p.m. for Bible study). Pastor
is Fred King.
Pine Hill Church: 1675
Robins Bridge Road, Bonifay.
32425. Pastors: B.T Owens
and James Bush.
The Potter's Hands:
Greenhead at corner of
Highway 77 and Pine Log
Road. Pastors are Robert and
Sheila Smith.
Sapp Holiness Church: 2207
Sapp Road, Cottondale.
Someone To Care
International Mc/inistries Inc.;
1705 Pioneer Road, Chipley.
Just 2.5 miles east of caution
light in Wausau. Pastor is the
Rev. S. J. Cunningham.
Sunny Hills Chapel: 4283
Highway 77. Pastor is William
E. Holman.
?tinity Free Church, Living,
Loving God, old Howell
Chevrolet building, 'lI~esdays
and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m.
each night; Sunday, 2:30-4:30
p.m. TG. Hobbs, pastor.
Vernon Evangelistic:
Highway 79. Pastor Keith
Mc/ashburn.
White Double Pond: Pastor
is Mc/ichael Mc/onk.
The Word Church: 335
Alford Road, Cottondale.
Pastors are Buddy and
Jeanne Steele.


FAITH





Community CALENDAR


Community BRIEFS

Girl Scouts seek nominations
fOr Women of Distinction 2009
TALLAHASSEE The Girl Scout Council of the
Flonida Panhandle is seeking nominations to

hov distnguise teslem i sogh srvice
and leadership.

nato onaly ahm meendobyD tin~cto sAwards
Gala honors women from across the
Panhandle who have a strong commitment to

theomne me7st live or work within the
geographic boundaries of Girl Scout
Council of the Flonida Panhandle, which
includes Bay, Calhoun, Escambia, Franklin,
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson,
Lafayette, Leon, Liberty, Madison, Okaloosa,
Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla, Walton and
Washmngton counties.
Nominees should exemplify extraordinary
civic, professional and/or philanthropic
commitment and achievement and be a r
ole model for girls, demonstrating a
commitment to improving the lives of
women and/or girls. Women nominated
must demonstrate initiative, integrity and
leadership characteristics. Nominees are not
required to have been or currently be a Girl
Scout.
The deadline for nominations is
Sept. 8. Applications can be obtained by visiting
www.womenofdistinctiongala.com or calling
850-386-2131 or 800-876-9704.


Landmark Park celebrates
00110001 Watermelon month
DOTHAN Landmark Park will celebrate
national watermelon month with a watermelon
harvest and sampling at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Saturday.
Landmark Park will harvest and sample
Moon and Stars, Black Diamond, Charleston
Gray, Crimson Sweet and Jubilee watermelon
varieties.
These farm programs will be offered on the
fourth Saturday of every month except October
and December. Other tentative topics for the
year include syrup cooking, stripping fodder,
blacksmithing, soap making, hearth cooking,
clothes washing, chair caning and peanut
stacking.
Registration is required.
The programs are free with paid gate
admission, which is $4 for adults and $3
for children. The Farm Programs are
co-sponsored by the Alabama Agricultural
Museum.
Landmark Park is on U.S. Highway 431
North in Dothan, Ala.
For more information or to register for a
program, call the park at 334-794-3452.


B8 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser I Washington County News


Wednesday, July 22, 2009


Community


Karen Boncile
Windham Monk, 70, of
Samson, Ala. died July 13,
2009.
She was born July 28,
1938, in Geneva County,
Ala., to the late William T.
and Annie Hilma Harper
Windham. She was an
accomplished seamstress,
enjoyed cooking and
taking care of her family
and was a member of
Piney Grove Baptist
Church.
In addition to her
parents, her husband,
Willie W. Monk Sr., and a
brother, Charles Windham,
preceded her in death,
Survivors include four
daughters, Kathy and
husband, Neal Walker, of
Apopka, Karen "Kitty"
Sims of Delaware, Ohio,
Ann and husband, Donny
Russell, and Becky and
husband, Ronnie Linton,
all of Samson, Ala.; two
sons, Willie W. Monk
Jr. of Samson and Dan
and wife, Carol Monk, of
Zephyrhills; one sister,
Marjoria and husband,


Georgia
Georgia Christell Sapp,
78, died July 8, 2009, in Las
Vegas, Nev.
She was the daughter of
the late James Washington
Pippin and Georgia Lea
Pippin. She was born
Feb. 2, 1931, at home in
Washington County and
grew up in Washington
County. She married Odis
Junior Sapp of Cottondale
Oct. 11, 1951. She was a
member of Family Worship
Center Church in Las
Vegas and helped to feed
the hungry in the area.
An infant son, Terry
Sapp, and her husband
precede her in death.
Survivors include
her daughter, Patricia
Ann (Patty) Mears of


Fritz Gutzman, of
Nebraska; one brother,
John "Bo" Kilpatrick of
Samson; two brothers-
in-law, John Monk of
Malvern, Ala., and Jimmy
Monk of Daleville, Ala;
three sisters-in-law,
Peggy Frary of Samson,
Mable Smith of Esto
and Anita Stafford of
Geneva; 20 grandchildren;
39 great-grandchildren;
and several nieces,
nephews, other extended
family and friends.
General services
were July 17 at Piney
Grove Baptist Church
with the Rev. Michael
Douglas, the Rev. Richard
Thorn and the Rev. Fred
Hamic officiating. Burial
followed in the Liberty
Chapel Baptist Church
Cemetery with Sorrells
General Home of Geneva
directing.
Memorials may be
made to The American
Cancer Society.
Condolences may
be expressed at www.
sorrellsfune ralhome s.com.


C. SaDD
Ashville, N.C.; two sons,
Gary Randolph (Randy)
Sapp and wife, Annette,
of North Las Vegas and
Jerry Randall Sapp and
wife, Sherry, of Lake
Toxaway, N.C.; a sister,
Louise Corbin of Chipley;
nine grandchildren and
11 great-grandchildren.
Services were held
July 18 in the funeral
home's Brickyard Road
chapel in Chipley. Burial
followed at Sapp Church,
Cottondale.
In lieu of flowers,
contributions should
be made to the Family
Worship Center Church of
God Benevolence EAnd,
4000 W. Spring Road, Las
Vegas, NV 89108.


Dorothy D. Boone, 68, of
Chipley, died July 10, 2009,
at her home.
She was born
Aug. 31, 1940, in Lexington,
Miss., to Oscar Bunch and
Laura Rogers. She moved
to Chipley three years ago
from Milton. She was a
nurse's aide, homemaker
and member of the Chipley
Church of Christ.
Survivors include her
husband, Ellis Boone of
Chipley; two sons, Eric
Boone of Montgomery,
Ala., and Coley Boone and
wife Lynn of Milton; two
daughters, Debbie Sytnik


and husband, Mark, of
Milton and Audrey Nedeau
and husband, John, of
Chipley; a brother, Billy
Bunch of Mobile, Ala.;
one sister, Joyce Smith of
Greenwood, Miss; seven
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.
General services were
held July 13 in the funeral
home's Main Street chapel
with Wes Webb officiating.
Entombment was July 14
at Bayview Memorial Park
in Pensacola. Friends
and family may sign
the online register at
www.brownfh.net.


Fannie Bell "Penny"
(Isaacs) Evans, 81, died
July 11, 2009, at Lee
County Care and Rehab
Center in Beattyville, Ky.
She was born in Owsley
County, Ky., to the late
Charles Edward and
Rissie (Ross) Isaacs. She
was a homemaker and a
member of the Church of
Christ in Lee County. She
also loved quilting.
In addition to her
parents; two husbands,
Wilton Caudell and Bill
Evans; a sister, Drucilla
Begley; and a brother,
John E. Isaacs, preceded
her in death.


Survivors include
two sons, Wilton David
Caudell of Beattyville
and Marty Ray Caudill of
Slocomb, Ala.; one brother,
Bill Isaacs of Indiana; a
sister, Martha Briscoe
on Connorsville, Ind.;
five grandchildren; six
great-grandchildren; one
great-great-grandchild
and a host of friends and
relatives.
Graveside services to
be held at 1 p.m. July 22
in the Westville Cemetery
in Westville with Brother
Bill Isaacs officiating and
Booneville kneral Home
directing.


Jake Edward Jones, 89,
of Graceville, died July 11,
2009, after a brief illness.
He was born Dec. 11,
1919. He retired and moved
to Graceville in 1980 to
be near family and was a
member of the Mt. Antioch
Baptist Church on
Highway 103.
Luleal Jones, the
mother of his children
and a son, Alford Jake
Jones, preceded him in
death.


Survivors include one
daughter, Juanita Cannon,
a son, Jake Edward Jones
Jr.; 11 grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
General services
were held July 14 in
the funeral home chapel
with the Rev. Steve
Sanders officiating. Burial
followed at Pleasant Grove
Baptist Church Cemete y
with Williams Elneral
Home of Graceville
directing.


Nannette K. Hull, 54, of
Alford, died July 12, 2009,
at the Northwest Florida
Community hospital.
She was born Oct. 7,
1954, to Ralph and Billie
Jean Weekley. She lived in
Alford since 1996 coming
from Georgia. She served


several years in the United
States Navy.
She is survived by her
husband, John Michael
Hull of Alford.
Memorialization will be
by cremation with Obert
General Home of Chipley
in charge of arrangements.


Arkie Monteen
Revell, 84, of Chipley
died July 13, 2009, at
Washington Rehabilitation
and Nursing Center in
Chipley.
She was born Aug. 11,
1924, in Washington County
to the late John Alex and
Arleva Cook Wells Sr.
In addition to her
parents, she was preceded
in death by her husband,
Percy Nolan Revell; and
two brothers, Lee Wells
and Parker Wells.
Survivors include one
son, John Revell and wife,
Nancy, of Asheboro, N.C.;
two daughters, Linda
and husband, Bobby
McClellan, of Avon Park
and Kelly and husband,
Bill Ruell, of Chipley; five
brothers, John Alex Wells


Jr. and wife, Jeanette,
of Pensacola, Harrell
Wells of Phenix City, Ala.,
Rufus Wells of Ocala,
Carlton Wells and wife,
Marion, of Bonifay, and
Joel Wells Sr. and wife,
Wanda, of Bonifay; four
sisters, Imojean Birge of
Bonifay, Wilma Stubbs
of Vernon, Mary and
husband, Julius Perdue,
of Pensacola and Annie
Lou and husband, Hermon
Richard, of Phenix City;
10 grandchildren and
13 great-grandchildren.
Services were held
July 17 at Bethel Primitive
Baptist Church with Elder
Bobby Willis officiating.
Interment followed in the
church cemetery with Peel
General Home of Bonifay
directing.


Eugene C. Lauer, 86,
of Bentonville, Ark., died
July 12, 2009, at his home
in Chipley.
After serving in World
War II, he was a manager
of the Walmart Fixtures
Shop until retirement.
He later returned to
Walmart to work at the
Visitor's Center for
10 years. He was a master
carpenter, building for
friends and family in his
spare time.
His daughter, Belinda
Romanovich, preceded
him in death,
Survivors include
his wife of 53 years,


Margie "Rae" Lauer
of Chipley; a son, John
Rawlings of Chipley; three
grandchildren and one
great-grandson.
Graveside services
were held July 16 in
Bentonville Cemetery.
Obert Ekneral Home of
Chipley is in charge of
arrangements
In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made
to the American Heart
Association, or the
Alzheimer's Association.
Regards may be
sent to Rae Lauer,
2018 Shenandoah Blvd.,
Chipley, FL 32428.


men 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.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meet-
ing, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meet-
ing, held at New Hope Volunteer Fire
Station, located on Hwy. 2 in Holmes
County.

FRIDAY, JULY 24
CLOSED: Wausau Libra y
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County Li-
brary open.
1-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.-Chipley Libra y
open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes Council on
Aging provides bingo, exercise, games,
activities, hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Ag-
ing (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217, dona-
tions accepted.
3:30-4:30 p.m.-Holmes County Tobac-
co Prevention and Education Program
at Holmes County Health Department
is looking for individuals to join our Hol-
mes County Tobacco Free Partnership
to make a difference in our community.
Call Kay Warden at 547-8500 ext. 267.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance until
10 p.m. Music by the Country Boys. Ad-
mission $5; Children 12 and under free
with parents. No smoking or alcohol.
Door prizes and 50/50 giveaways. Re-
freshments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, held at Presbyterian Church
in Chipley.

SATURDAY, JULY 25
8 a.m.-12 noon-Holmes County Li-
brary open.
CLOSED: Wausau Library, Chipley
Library, Vernon Library
8 p.m.-Alcholics Anonymous meet-
ing, held at Bonifay Methodist Church,
Oklahoma Street, Bonifay.


SUNDAY, JULY 26
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous meet-
ing, held in the board room at Gracev-
ille-Campbellton Hospital Boardroom,
Graceville.


MONDAY, JULY 27
CLOSED: Holmes County Library,
Vernon Library, Wausau Library.


9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on
Aging provides bingo, exercise, games,
activities, hot meals and socialization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Ag-
ing (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217, dona-
tions accepted.
6 p.m 7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army
Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis
Program (SADVP) will be hosting a
domestic violence support group each
Monday. The meeting will be held at
the SADV RuralAOutreachp rtiemeat

one, in 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 meet-
ing, Blessed Trinity Catholic Church
located on Hwy. 177A, Bonifay. '


TUESDAY, JULY 28
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Li-
brary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open.
1-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on
Aging provides hot meals and social-
ization.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Ag-
ing (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217, dona-
tions accepted.
Noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club meet-
ing.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, New Life Assembly Fellowh-
ship Hall, Chipley.
5:30p.m. Chipley Downtown Mer-
chants Association, 827 Main Street
6 p.m. 9 p.m. GED Prep classes
each Tuesday and Thursday at Wash-
ington-Holmes Technical Center, 757
Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Commission
meets fourth or last Tuesday
6:30-Washington County Republican
Party meeting held at 794 Third Street
in Chipley.
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic Lodge
meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous closed
meeting, held at Presbyterian Church
in Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous meet-
ing, held at Blessed Trinity Catholic
Church in Bonifay.


Obituaries

Dorothy D. Boone


Karen Monk


Fannie B. Evans


Jake E. Jones


Nannette K. Hull


Arkie M. Revell


I


Eugene C. Lauer


WEDNESDAY, JULY 22
CLOSED: Wausau Library. .
b8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County Li-
brary open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
o 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.-Vernon Library
op
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on
Agin provides hot meals and social-
izt n
10 a.m. 2 p.m. The Vernon His-
torical Society Museum is open to the
public eveay Wd msdiay comel0oa.mh
Wednesday of the month at 2 p.m.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Ag-
ing (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217, dona-
tions accepted.
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club weekly
meeting, held at Simbo's Restaurant in
Bonifay.
1 p.m. Line dancing, Washington
Council on Aging in Chipley
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipolar Sup-
port Group-meets at First Baptist
Church educational annex building in
Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, held at Ponce de Leon Meth-
odist Church, located on Main Street in
Ponce de Leon.

THURSDAY, JULY 23
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library
open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library open.
1 p.m.-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
7 a.m.-Holmes County Chamber of
Commerce breakfast
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council on
Aging provides hot meals and social-
ization.
10:30-11 a.m.-Chipley Library pre-
school storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on Ag-
ing (located in Chipley) senior lunches,
for reservations call 638-6217, dona-
tions accepted.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous open
meeting, New Life Assembly Fellowh-
ship Hall, Chipley.
1 p.m.-Washington County Commis-
sion meeting.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at Mt. Ol-
ive Baptist Church, located three miles
north of Bonifay on Hwy. 79.
6 p.m. 9 p.m. GED Prep classes
each Tuesday and Thursday at Wash-
ington-Holmes Technical Center, 757
Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6:15 p.m. The Washington/Holmes
Autism Support Group meet at Wood-





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KNOWN PERSONS) IN THENCE NORTH
POSSESSION OF THE 59 16 59 WEST ALONG
SUBJECT PROPERTY; SAID CENTERLINE, 78.69
Defendants. FEET, THENCE NORTH
45 15 58 WEST, ALONG
NOTICE OF FORECLO- SAID CENTERLINE,
SURESALE 157.97 FEET, THENCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY CONTINUE ALONG SAID
GIVEN pursuant to a Final CENTERLINE ON A BEAR-
Judgment of Foreclosure ING OF NORTH 49"
dated JULY 15, 2009, and 16'22 WEST 68.29 FEET,
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ATLANTIC COAST BANK SAID CENTERLINE,
Is Plaintiff and ALONZO C. 167.55 FEET, THENCE
NEAL; UNKNOWN DEPARTING SAID CEN-
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11:00 a.m., on the 20 day sale, If any, other than the
of August, 2009, the fol- property owner as of the
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LOT 40, REEDY CREEK Dated this 16 day of July,
CROSSING, MORE PAR- 2009.
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call 1-800-995-8770 (V) CIVIL DIVISION the property owner as of highest and best bidder, opened and contents dis- them should file a written
(Vla Florida Relay Ser- CASE NO. the date of the Is pend- for cash, On the Front posed of at the discretion calam with the Clerk of the J
vices). 2009-CA-000148 ens, must file a claim Steps of the Holmes of A.W.'S Storage LLC. Circuit Court on or before
Submitted by: TAYLOR, BEAN & WHITA- within 60 days after the County Courthouse, Bonl- Payments of money order September 1, 2009, along .,
Kahane &Associates, PA. KER MORTGAGE CORP sale. fay, Florida at 11:00 a.m., or cash only. (No Checks) with sufficient proof of
8201 Peters Road, Plaintiff, Witness, my hand and seal on August 20, 2009. A W S Storage LLC. hlisher ownership of said PETS & ANIIIM.S
Ste.3000 vs. of this court on the 8day DATED THIS 16DAY OF 850-263-0233 funds. Unless claim Is 2100 Pets
Plantation, FL 33324 SUE ANN HOWARD: THE of July, 2009. July, 2009. As published In the filed within such time as 2110 -Pets: Free to
Telephone: (954) 382-3486 UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CLERK OF CIRCUIT Any person claiming an H o Im e s aforesaid, all claims In ref- Good Home
Te Ief acsimil e: (954) SUE ANN HOWARD: KIM- COURT Interest in the surplus from CountyTimes-Advertiser erence thereto are forever 120 Pet Supplies
382-5380 BERLY GREEN COBB: By Cindy Jackson the sale, If any, other than July 22, 29, 2009. barred. 2130 Farm Animals/
As published In the THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE Deputy Clerk the property owner as of NOIEPursuant to Chapter 210-Pspp vestok
Holmes County OF KIMBERLY GREEN THIS INSTRUMENT PRE- the date of the Ils pend- 116.21, Florida Statutes, wanted
Times-Advertiser July 22, COBB: IF LIVING, IN- PARED BY ens, must file a claim Ntc shrb vetatany unclaimed moneys re-
29, 2009. CLUDING ANY UNKNOWN Law Offices of Daniel C. wihn60dy ftrte the Homs Cu tby Clverk mhainn ndeo n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SPUE O ADC ns g asl.of Circuit Court has on de- September 1, 2009 shall
OF TE FURTENTHDEFENDANT(S), IF RE- 9204 King Palm Drive Witness, my hand and seal be declared forfeited.
OF THEA FOURTEET MARRIED, AND IF DE- Tampa, FL 33619-1328 othscutnte16dyposit the followng un- DTDts17hdaof| 2100 |
JUICIALD CIRCUITM CEASED, THE RESPEC- Phone: 813-915-8660 ofJl,20.claimed moneys: Jl,20.
INADFO HOLESTIVE UNKNOWN HEIRS, AttorneysforPlaintiff CLERK OF CIRCUIT Dote~ak $ s/ Cody Taylor German Short-Haired
COUNTY, FLORIDA DVSE GATS In accordance with the COURT 15.00 Cody Taylor, Clerk Pointer, 6 years, Male,
Civil Circuit ASGESCRDTR AecawthDsblte ByDneaonMegan L. Clements As published In the house trained. Loves com-
Cas No: 0-11CA LIENORS, AND TRUS- Act of 1990, persons need- Deputy Clerk $od 15.00oh Holmes Countypaonhp& utor.
SHAONB. ARERASTEES, AND ALL OTHER Ing a special accommo- THIS INSTRUMENT JolFicoh $ Times Advertiser July 22 $5t odhm.L-
TRUTE O TE L-PERSONS CLAIMING BY, dation toparticipate in this PREPARED BY: 50 2009.cae n Cply
ERST FAMLY TUST THROUGH, UNDER OR proceeding should contact Law Offices of Daniel C. utnA~nig605346.
PlaintiffAGAINST THE NAMED the ASA Coordinator no Consuegra John H. Bradshaw
DEFENDANT(S); UN- later than seven (7) days 9204 King Palm Drive 50
OUREO EN n WTNAT#12; UN- pir to th~e pocee en~gs Tampa, 1L33 19 18 Brent O.Steverson
Defendants oredats)cl (800) 955-8770 (volc) Iton accordalncewthth Slmbo s $ 57.48 2130 1
NOTICE OF SALE via Florida Relay Service. American with Disabilities IoecoJ
CLERK'S NOTICE OF Ntc shrbgve Aspbshd nth Acof19 esnsed-Cano-Camarena For Sale: Ducks, geese
V IEha rsuHEREBe t~h ousrrsua nt o ae Fitna 9dvmertse Junt5 napcalacmoa Office o tty General I )Y()LeL rk nanntgone IF
Final Judgment of Foreclo- abv-tldcue ntethe ASA Coordinator no Lester Thaddeus Rodgers COLOR! 850-415-2998.
sure candSae pentered In Cirui CorfHomsI THE CIURCUT COUT later than seven (7) days $ .0Call now for details
thecaue endng n he outyFloid, Iwil sll F HE OUTEETH rir t te pocedigs.IfDepartment of Corrections and be noticed! I
Homs C unty drl ri tH Imop ntysituaoeld DIE SAATEC CFU FRIDOAF h arl( 0 7mad 1plaeD errl 6M.1Fluker$ 6.50 63-22 I
bheengn gnsnoed k9-19 described as: INUNTFO HLMSor (800) 955-8770 (volce), Mihi e hadhy I 47944
s 1 ee r sie Caosmmence u VSLEDIVISION NO. Florid Rhe y Servic~e. om3T~h b-PDL #41
described as follows: e o/Sth t t30-2009-CA-000231 msdetsrJutYCountry Communications .
Commence at the SE car- BRANC BANIN ANDo 1 ow-TmsAvrtsrJl $ 38.86
ner of the SE %/ of the SW ship 7 North, Range 13 TUTCMAY 29 2009.EdlShped $
I4& ofo Sctioann T~own ; hlmsunlont Plaintiff, LegalAdr5Hye $ 6.0MRADIE
andru Nrt 0 0'as O0 ets t51 "h ON FRANCISCO V GON- Under the authority of the L2 Ttle Group, LLC| 1150 311 t lane
along the East lne of said OFBGNIG hneZALEZ; UNKNOWN self-service facility act sec- $ 27.00 3120 Ars & Crafts
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Washington County News/Holmes County Times Advertiser*Wednesday, July 22, 2009*11B H


3300 410 | 6100
I J ~ L ~ ~C ;E~ FOR SALE: 8x12 Utility FRONT DESK / RECEP- Executive Office Space
TH E Traller with 4 foot gate, .TIONIST for rent downtown Chipley.
good tires, Professionally -All util. Incl d 638-1918
J OB D O N E WZ bult. Used 3 times. $750. o a Fast growing and ex-
Physical Thr y clinic
eleaded? Y tr can' tHiome 4100 Help Wanted located In Chipley, Florida 61
4130 Employment Is currently taking 1BR Apartment In Chip-
CO~It The Ons cal Of U b an fr frmto FrontaDs f~cpolronist. pts. 6846 caio. N
estimate. Also, does lawn If you would lke to work In

gga d-1ISO VS" O nd p Ut th wk 3815 0 96-3 Home; | 410 nirrendtlyh torul 20 eBA tew 8 1ryAl
C l a s s if e d s t Wanted: Junk appli- dedicated to helping or 850-258-5521.
ClaSSil 0dSFOancesn "gnardgolf cats, Administrative pe pe tapnhd o usk av LrRBAA$RSTMET
VOW RK F R Y UI ment, satellites for free. I W a n t e d pleasant, outgoing 2BR/1BA $500, $300 S/D.
will pick up. Call Secretary/Receptionist, personality and very good 3BR/1BA over 960 sq. ft.
850-547-0088 or Medical billing preferred organizing skills, then $600, S/D $400. Downtown
850-326-5329 needed for Doctor s. office. please contact us to see If Chipley, convenient loca-
Salary competitive. Call you qualify towork wth us. tron. Rent Includes stove,
V V A S 1-1 IN T O N C O t.J WANTED ,ntand eaArrow 54 7S41 orap lat 812 S Experience Indesahngd h fn ,,tr, taagty water,
hiE\VS638-0718. ph cntssmusto Ina pt 63-3or HUD.

(B S O 6 G O 2 1 2 Eucatin -- *g ab sgetfatxh~ doe The NEW Ridgewood
S3310 Tece sitn.I 954-862-5917. 1 Apartments I

L~mtS~pacA~n GL Trl-County Community HatcreALL tltls iicrebsage,
n D oms Ba Council, Inc., Is II Massage Therapist posl- I Ipest contr fr
Open on-St. Cvingon Iaccepting applications IItron available for fast grow-
(B ) 5 4 t nn@ nfor the Ing business In Chipley Fl. I CAL5L7TODAYI 5-73
850-6~i38-)5005~0whlel I Head Start Program Excellent Earnings Poten- .
Great Benefits. Itlal. Fax resume to
Responsibility: 1850-415-1967.

.f JOrg~e Says Nowe Is The Best Time To Buy From snassnna Pelhae'| 64
as designated. II 11 2BR/1BA House for rent.


A RIAIA N NA TOY OTA leHigh lcoo (GD; I 'Hr HutonSRd Cal 681s8
D URING"O UR '"'-:,,expe neo .7.:::'ns, ,I -Y 3BR/s1ok fA rCeH/A nre
O ~~~ Y O T driver s Ilcense and II NORTHWEST Iment. No Inside pets. Ref-
.... Insurance coverage. HOSPITAL 547-2091. In Chipley.
1 Crrs-..fMust comply with healthI is seeking qualified 3BR/2.5BA Country

E I and background lII candidates for the Home with large porches
" call II Medical/Surgical and Ideposit. Smoke free envl-
~~I-~ r. [I\t- ,;dE Sharon Kent, I SCU ronment. 615-477-5387.
W NW ITH P Administrative Manager, Fl. RN License required;
E.. at (850) 547-3689. 1 previous nursing For Rent in Bonifay;
1 SPER T -E Applications may be I management 3I BR/1BA A-Frame home,
obtained from any II n related areas required n moewl remoeled. No pents
``" FRIENDLY STAFF 27 YEARS OF SERVICE NO GAMES, NO GIMMICK(S | p-ounty Common DrcoSile mk re niomn
COM~E CHECKI IT OUT! I submitted by July 27 at Nursing Unit 1$5 00 /deposit .
4:30 p.m. F.RLcesrqued 850-547-4930 or
1 Successful appliantw wI l R P~i~n~~reviu SN 850-768-0030. Leave mes-
;~1]F II ~I~J'II IIEIL 11'11~111111:I be subject to I management required II sage, w/c/b after 5p.m.
pre-empltoyent drug Laoatr Mnge For Rent: 2BR/1BA house
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY I RqI rs.Spvso oln Crrvle n 425 d mpg
: I ~~~~~~~EMPLOYER AND DRUG I License m0t 1t $2.dmg
:m II IIAND SMOKE FREE II Bachelor s degree and 8 0 3 33193NPes
WORKPLACE. at least 3 years
---. experience 'Nice Clean Houses,
In the field preferred I apartments and mobile
~ iTTIJ II ~~~rbl~bC~~~r~~: I IIEducational I homes for rent, near 1-10 &
Hwy 79. 850-547-2531.
Pre-School teacher I NFCH offers competitive I
needed for 3 year old benednf Incltuadlje, Publisher's
class. 40 hour training re- dIsail nd41 Notice
quired. call 850-547-1444 lalty n 0k
I Fax resume to
850-638-0622 All real estate advertising In
Ediucationa''l I attn: Human Resources, ths nwspoauper s tubject
makes It Illegal to advertise
SCHIPOLA COLLEGE I Apslctin t a be ndis elnteren ,banetaton
a ~Is recruiting for a submitted to the race, color, religion, sex,
full-time I NFCH Human Resource handicap, famillal status or
SOCIOLOGY office I Inational origin, or an Inten-
INSTRUCTOR. INFCH Is an equal op- tron, to make any such pref-
portunity employer. erence, Ilmitation or dis-
*All prices and discounts after any factory rebate, factory to dealer cash plus tax & tag. 2010 Toyota Corolla, $262 month, 36 month lease, Master s degree with al cr in tocn" dFamlla d rat
Call for all details. S.E.T. Finance, Tier 1, II, Ill, with approved credit. m asrt anScigywatrha II Healthcare aglueof1 chlwing wi rthpaent
at easte 18 ur grauat WANTED; Dental Assis- ntem pepr
semeser hors in tant; Present Assistant re- curing custody of children
1Sociciog rquireda l kcat ng to X 41chanded Luder vsppr il o

of the following starter, team player, or- knowingly accept any ad-
t r' C~XY~ r'disciplines preferred: II ganized, professional. Pald wehi sng Inor oraeal estate
Geography, I holidays, retirement, 4 day law. Our orders are hereby
))~I~:()History, work week. Call Informed that all dwellings
Political Science, 850-638-4708, T F 8 5 or advertised In this newspa-
or Religion. II fax resume to per are available on a equal
~ll~j: ~ll~rDEGREE(S) MUST BE 850-638-7358. opportunity basis. To com-
FROM A REGIONALLY plain of discrimination call
ACCREDITED IHI.ID toll-free at
a I 1 a~ a~ a I I ~ I 1 a~ LI1 (COLLEGE AND/OR I -'"".69-9777. The
0 0 1 0 0 0 1 I IIUNIVERSITY I 111.-- number for the
APPLICATION ,\ 27-92mmpaired Is

IL' ~~, 1111~~OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Contact Human
IResources at r.urn......
I (850)718-2269, I EAESTEFREN01ORTouMEr
Monday through
'U~l~~r~Thursday, aloo :~Business
7:30 am to 4:30 pm 5110- Comtmercia
Sfor application details. I 120 Beach Rentals
L Ir a''' aZ Y L / EQIUAL OPPORTUNITY 6130ls Condoffewnhouse Vernon, unfurn, 2 br, 1 ba
S EMPLOYER 6140 House Rentals w whirlpol tub, extra nice
1. .. -.1 150 Roommate Wanted kitchen, fenced yard, near
67 oi H me/Ltot elem school, $550 mo +
IIEducational 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals $350 dep. 850-785-7484
6190 Timeshare Rentals
IWANTED: Certified 6200 -vacation Rentals
tdea cher n eeedle d far Ite 6 7
:~ll~~~ r~l~~teach English and Reading 6100 2 br, 2 ba Clean, remod-
grades 6-12. Please apply eled MH on 2 acres In
4 4 4 In person at 1912 Old Mt. $800.00 monthly Ponce DeLeon. No Pets.
Zlon Rd. Ponce de Leon, 1132 Hwy. 90, $450 a month.
I~ FL. 11 1600 sq, ft. 11850-830-7653.
Reception area.
3 enclosed offices+ 2 BR/2 BA 14x70 MH for
Reduction 7ublces, rent. Total electric, H/A. On
W NEducto a Certified p voters Io ptr. m "h $3 de osit Cl

06 FORD EXPLORER Eddie Bauer 07 HUMMER H3 Sharp tdeetachjuernieeeefaclt tye answering phone 16 x 80, trailer for rent In
teach Math and Science system and Five Points area on Doug-
98 BMW 328 IC Convertible 011 DODGE EXT. CAB 2500 DIESEL grades 6-12. Please apply ADT las Ferrry Rd. 2 BD/2 full
In person at 1912 Old Mt. security system. baths for $400 a month
08 CHRYSLER SEBRING 4 Door, Sharp 09 MITSUBISHI GALANT 4 Door, Sharp n10 Rd. Ponce de Leon, CHall: -07900 a -4N560opets

06 VW PASSAT 4 Door, Sunroof 02 BUICK REGAL 4 Door, 65K Miles ~= =
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07 TOYOTA SEQUOIA SR5 Leather 08 TOYOTA PRIUS 4 Door, Great Gas Mileage c~~ r~R ~~
C&C Bookkeeping and Christian Female seeks a
07 TOYOTA YARIS 4 Door, Auto. 09 TOYOTA YARIS 4 Door, Automatic Tax Service. Open 5 days homebound Female to sit For Rent first In Chipley,
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call with. Clean house, do Mint Warehouses. If you
05 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 Dr., S Model 07 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER SR5 Sharp (850)638-1483 laundry, and whatever Is don't have the room, "We
needed. Call 638-0677. Do" Lamar Townsend
05 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER SR5 clean 07 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER LIMITED 4x4 ExeincdCreie 50)638-4539, north of
for elderly, Ilght housesitt-
05 TOYOTA RAV-4 Sport, Sharp 06 TOYOTA TUNDRA CREW CAB Limited, 4x4 Ing and pet care available. I
Headliners and Vinyl Vlolette Meadows.
08 TOYOTA TACOMA Pre-Runner, Double Cab 06 TOYOTA SIENNA Sharp Family Mini Van Tops Mobile Unit. I do the 850-547-2884
work at your home orl
workplace. Reasonable ~rr
MORE TO CHOOSE FROM! rates on new vinyl tops
and maut care not. e prom B&M Mower Repair &
AII Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Factory To Dealer Cash Incentives, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale leaes atesaes eanyt ime, Cnarpenr,pressurewash- Seirvpice. Quaitywok at ael
g3- 5 (80) Iglw n r care, ato in-. fra i ry praic e. Picku &r Dely-


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Gena's Child Care uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
2961P A yUs, Just Give Us Services. SOD/SEED on the farm, anteed service on all
296 P nn Av .,M a lan a, LClean, Christan home, delivered or nsEtaled Cen- makes and models. Free
850)5 6-351 1- 00-42 -80' A Call, We'll Drive comparable ratteso, moes tlpede St. Augustine Ber- estimates. Western Auto,
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CAROLE CANNONREALTY
2220JlimtBush Rd., Bonifar,R F
18501 547-4784* Call 18501 051-5682
carole cannon, Broker
8 business lots on Hwy. 79 $22,000 1-11/2
acre parcel on Olive ~Ln in Do wood Lakes
$24,900 REDUCED 4 BR, 2 Full baths, 2
half baths home on 1.45 acres $239,000 Lanje
brick 4/2 home, metal roof, CH/A Dbl. carport,
hue cbdonusl150e room,A ndswi florro ag nO%
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wooded, over700~ft, frontage on Hwy. 181 $47,500.
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|8110
2003 4 Door Ford Taurus.
73,000 miles. $6,650. obo.
850-527-6660.
For Sale. 2004 Nissan
Maxima 3.5 SE, Black,


moon-roof. Very sharp
looking, excellent condl-
tron. Please call
850-638-2145 or
850-326-1744.
For Sale; 1998 Ford Es-
cort Zx2, 2 door, sunroof,
clean, cool alr. Excellent
Condition, was $3,400.00
reduced to $2,500.
850-547-2017


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|8160
FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki
GSX R-1000. After market
paint job. Minor scratches.
Mileage, 12,900. Price,
$45700. 8-2 80 96 E
Snorkeled with gorilla
axles. 27" wheels with ga-
tor tires. After market
clutch kit. diator movd
258-0096 for more Info.




5 Passen 10 Paddle
Boat. Cushions & canopy
top Included. Excellent
condition. $275. 773-5372.



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Chipola Ford Discount 645.oo
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|6170
3BR/1.5BA MH on 5 acres
In Vernon. $550 month,
$550 security. Avail Aug
1st. Call 352-463-7097.
3BR/2BA Doublewide MH
W/Rear Covered Deck
tora Hl ra In ulet
(850) 894-0265/590-3479
3BR/2BA Late model M.H.
on 1 acre between Chipley
& Wausau. $600 month.
527-8776.


|6170
2BR MH for rent with utility
building, window air.
535-2657.
3BR/2BA Mobile Home.
CH/A. 2BR/1BA, CH/A.
Call 373-8922.
JBIB,34mle a o

park. Call 547-3746
3BR/2BA Trailer, large
yard, storage shed. After
5pm. 638-7555 or
547-2914.


|6170
rBonifay, 3BR/2BA
1$450. mo. 2BR/2BA
S$425. mo SD. Qulet mo-
Ibile home park.
850-699-3599


mbil hOn e 46) b rf

For Rent: Nice Lot,
2BR/2BA Mobile Home,
large storage building.
Smoke Free, No pets.
850-547-2950


|6170
Large 2BR/2BA In Chip-
ley. All electric.
Washer/Dryer hookup. No
pets. $475/mth plus de-
posit. 638-0560.

todl onSppR,8 mi
& 2br, 2ba, avall. Total
elec. (850)-258-4868 or
8 5 0- 2 09- 8 847
www.charloscou ntrylly-
Ing.com
Transmitter Mobile Home
Park, on Transmitter Rd, In
Panama City 850-960-0619
Circle J Mobile Home Park
In Chipley, 850-260-3026
921 N 2nd St.; & Graceville
5262 Alabama St. 2&3 /BR

930poerr motF r nino c l

**o2BR/2BA NMobIs
One at $400 month & one
5472., plus deposit.


7150
Two 5 acres & One 10 ac-
res on Buddy Rd. One 10
acres & One 13 acres on
Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
Ing For more Info call Mil-
ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.


7160
5 Acres, Part wooded.
28x60 3BR/2BA Mobile
Home. 642 Moonseed Ln.,
Chipley, FL 32428. Phone;
( 8 5 0)4 1 5-6 1 95
9:00a.m.-7:00p.m.
Owners must sell In
Wash. Co./ Greenhead
area, 10.75 acres w/ small
pond, well, septic,
1aprih xd80nd e20d06

12x24 deck, under roof, w/
atachfd n8x1 bb ek
un only fo a $ 0,0 0

870-368-3636


|6170
For Rent; 2 bedroom trall-
ers, total electric, $300. &
$350. month. Westville
area. 850-548-5541


M&3 /2 Homea fr r/s w
and lawn service fur
nished. 3 miles east of Ver
non on Planeer Rd.
8 5 0- 63 8-9 93 3 ,
850-849-6842 or
850-638-7315.


|6170

2BR, 14x60 Mobile
Home, Central Heat/AC
country setting. $400
month, $300 deposit. Ref-
erences required.
850-260-6 38- 86,


2BR Mobile Home, good
location In Chipley. No
Pets.850-638-4640.


7100

('hipley, 2/3Bb, 2a Au,llk
w pnd ne w3 acres. Only
45 mins. to Panama City
Beach. Owner may finance





For Sale: 2BR/1BA on
2.25 acres In Caryville on
Hwy 279. $50,000. owner
financing available
850-373-3193







3.05 Acres for sale by
owner on Union Hill Rd.,
Bonla 131 2ie 9fHwy.



For Sale: 32 acres, Pros-
perity area, electric, pond,
eod. Getlfotrsh nting arc
homesite. 850-880-6113



Gator Pond off Hwy. 77
near Sunnyhills In Wash-
Ington County; Approxi-
mately 2 acres high and
dry, next to water manage-
ment area, n 'tud d
pOSSlble owner financing.
Call (850) 896-5755.


a Home/ ~ome
Property
7120 commercial
7130 -Condofrownhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots

F19- ie-f Town
Real Estate
7200 -Timeshalv


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- cars
8120 Sporis Utility Vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 Commercial
86 Motorcaycises
820 Accessories
B220 -Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies

83.0- Mo nrhme



1994 Lincoln Town Car.
37,790 org miles. Al Con-
dltion, all power. $4000.
638-1301.

W0a anHyundai 0 nata.
mote alarm, cruse, AM-FM,
CD, V6, auto. Blue Ternflc
650 638-8652.


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