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Wednesday,A~UGUSTS, 2009 www.bonifaynow.com Volume 119, Number 16 50<


Teen Challenge's Gateway Academy
has a mission trip to Guatemala,
page BI

July. Mayor James Sims and Coun-
cil Member Roger Brooks voted no,
while Council members Richard
Woodham, Micah McCormick and
JoAnn Foxworth voted for a vari-
ance of the City's Ordinance 302
that bans sale of alcohol with 2,000
linear feet of a church or school.
The restaurant is within that dis-
tance of churches and Bonifay
Middle School.
The variance was granted to

Arest LLC, owner of the property.
Restaurant owners Rocky and
Kelsey Dukes requested the vari-
ance to help their business grow
and attract more clientele.
At issue is the posting ofa sign
advertising "happy hour" from 4-6
p.m. at the restaurant. Some Coun-
cil members believe this is in op-
position to the Dukeses' statement
that they would not have a "bar at-
mosphere"atthe restaurant.

The Dukeses, who said they
have a state license, were inter-
viewed Friday at the restaurant,
and there was no bar setup pres-
ent. They said they would adver-
tise their products using signs so
passing motorists could see what
they offer, and described what they
offer during the happy hour.
"We offer appetizers with the



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Managing Editor
BONIFAY "Well, this
is what you've all been
waiting for," joked Hol-
mes County Board of
County Commissioners
Chairman Monte Mer-
chant Tuesday night.
That was the proposal to
advertise the tentative
village for the 2009-10
cou y OdC oted3-2to
increased the proposed
village from 9.5 to 10,
as far as it can go. Mer-
n :h dn 1
Music voted yes, with
Commissioners Kenneth
Wil iams and Ron Monk
"There are decisions
to be made Merchant

ddgeof atnhde oupc mmg
possibility of giving final
approval to a .5 increase
in the village. That in-
crease, if approved fol-
lowing the budget pro-
cess, would add an es-
timated $350,000 to the
cou oaughys duBeOthC
village before final ap-
proval, it cannot increase
the village once the ten-
tative village is adver-
tised, hence the decision
to offer 10 mils with the
possibility of reducing
that rate before final ap-
_ proval by the BOCC.
County Clerk Cody
e Taylor said that state
enue was completely
ore & replaced under Amend-
ment 1. There were
mpany also increases for small
counties and fiscally con-
gwood strained counties. There
es are, however, reduced
hway carry-forward funds fol-
s a lowing fiscal problems
porter overthelastyear.
he Taylor said most pre-
motion. luminary budget requests

Managing Editor
BONIFAY Bonifay City Council
will hold a special called meeting
at 6 p.m. Thursday at City Hall on
the issue granting a variance to al-
low a downtown restaurant to sell
beer and wine.
The variance was granted by
a 3-2 vote at a special meeting in

Above and below are the vehicles involved in Sunday's wreck in Bonifay.

Managing Editor
woman was injured Sunday
night when, a witness says,
she backed into the path
of an SUV on Waukesha
The Bonifay Police De-
partment reported that Nel-
lie Jeanette Jenkins, 80, of
Bonifay was traveling north
ing to a witness, Jenkins left
the road at the intersection
of Waukesha and Michigan
Avenue, traveling over the
curb and onto the grass. Po-
lice said they do not know
why this occurred.
The witness said that
Jenkins then backed into

the northbound lane of
Waukesha into the path of
a 2007 GMC SUV driven by
Kimberly Reddoch Stevens'
39, of Troy, Ala. The SUV col-
lidedwith Jenkins'1976 Toy-
ota, sending it spinning out
of control, landing partially
in the road.
Jenkins was treated by
Holmes County EMS and
taken to Southeast Alabama
Medical Center by AirHeart
hehcopter. Bonifay Police
Chief Chris Wells said that
Jenkins went through sur-
gery Monday and was in
stable but guarded condi-
Stevens and her two chil-
dren, Elly Stevens, 4, and
Emily, 8, were taken to Doc-
tors Memorial Hospital for

of t

Many local business owners responded to the
concept of the spending $30 on the 30th promotion
sponsored by the Washington County News, Hol-
mes County Times-Advertiser, Washington Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce and Holmes County
Chamber of Commerce, in regard to stimulating
the local economy by encouraging consumers to
spend $30 at a local business on the July 30 as a
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On July 30, 27-year-
old Travis Lee Walker
was arrested on
burglary and grand
H Imes

responded to a
burglary in Ponce de
Leon where a safe
and approximately
$17,500 were taken.
discovered that a
neighbor had notified
the Sheriff's Office
about a possible
prowler during the
time of incident. A
responding deputy
located an abandoned
vehicle in the area.
Investigators linked
the abandoned

n eotot ethb2ther-
victim, who admitted
to burglarizing the
r idence and taking

Walker remains in
the Holmes County Jail
on a $40,000 bond.

80nifay checkpointS
Police Department will
participate in the "You
Drink and Drive, You
Lose" campaign again
this year.
The DUI enforcement
campaign starts Aug.
18 and continues
through Sept. 8. DUI
checkpoints will be
set up throughout the
d th
city uring is time
frame. The Bonifay
Police Department
will conduct these
checkpoints on the
following roadways
within the City limits:
Highways 79, 90,
177A and 173 and

M re ,e ,nfill
enueenC yville
Boulevard, St. Johns
Road, Hubbard Street,
Weeks Street and
Sand path Road.


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FHP inspection

Florida Highway Patrol will conduct driver license and
vehicle inspection checkpoints during the month of Au-
gust 2009 on the roadways listed below in Holmes, Jack-
son and Washmngton counties.
Recognizing the danger presented to the public by de-
fective vehicle equipment, troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being operated with defects, such as
had brakes, worn tires and defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be directed to drivers who
would violate the driver license laws of Florida.
Officers will be on State Roads No. 2, 10, 69, 71, 73, 77,
79, 81, 273, 276, 277 and 286 during the month.
County roads with inspection points include No. 69A,
162, 164, 165, 165A, 167, 169, 173, 177, 177A, 179, 181, 185,
271, 276, 279, 280, 284 and Snow Hill Road.
The Patrol has found these checkpoints to be an effec-
tive means of enforcing the equipment and driver license
laws of Florida while ensuring the protection of all motor-

RegiSter at Haney today

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 11i, 2009 1:00 P.M.

Most programs are approved for training of qualified
veterans and all programs are fully accredited by
the Southern Associating of Colleges and Schools &
the Council of Occupational Education.

Thank You
The family of the late Regina Gail Broxton
Stone would like to thank everyone for
their kindness, prayers, visits, and phone
calls during the hours of our bereavement.
We will be forever grateful to each and
every one of you. We pray God's richest
blessing upon you
The Broxton and Stone Families/

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

Monday Friday
LO)() A .1( ,

When do you Worship?

First Baptist Church
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 MinisterT
Ashley Unzicker, Children's Minister Te niitre

Wednesday, August 5, 2009


Holmes County Times-Advertiser | A3

Holmes County Arrest
Report for the week July
27 Aug. 3, 2009

Nora Bryan: 50, Gene-
va, Ala., reckless driving.
Willie E. Burnette: 39,
hold for Holmes Correc-
tional Institution.
Linda Ann Burnham:
39, Bonifay, child support.
Brian Eric Chico: 31,
Miami, affray, resist officer,
disorderly intoxication.
Jessica Curry: 24,
Ponce de Leon, violation
of probation on driving un-
der the influence, no valid
drivers license.
Robert L. Davis: 42, no
address given, child sup-
Charles Eldridge:

19, Bonifay, grand theft,
armed burglary of dwell-
ing/structure or convey-
Demerious Rashazn
Johnson: 23, Bonifay,
criminal use of personal
Richard Lance Ken-
nedy: 51, Ponce de Leon,
criminal mischief/proper-
ty damage, trespass after
warning (2 counts).
Ethan Lee Lewis: 20,
no address listed, carry
a concealed weapon, do-
mestic battery.
Jennifer R. Limberis-
Culbertson: 29, Bonifay,
aggravated assault/touch
or strike.
Amy Owens: 18, Boni-
fay, domestic battery.

Lonnie Rodgers: 34,
Dothan, Ala., driving while
license suspended/serious
injury, violation of proba-
tion, passing worthless
checks (4 counts).
Gary Luquette Sand-
ers: 59, Bonifay, sale ofcon-
trolled substance/meth.
Glen Allen Schooley:
58, Ponce de Leon, bat-
tery/domestic violence.
Donald Gene Smith:
28, Ponce de Leon: driving
while license suspended
or revoked.
James M/ichael Smith:
20, Bonifay, county ordi-
nance violation.
Travis Lee Walker: 27,
Westville, armed burglary
of dwelling/structure or

BONIFAY New Bonifay Kiwanis Club members are
Brandon Young and Gene Miller.

MarTriaeS and Divorces

Marriage license infor-
mation July 27-31, 2009
The following informa-
tion was taken from mar-
riage license applications
issued by the clerk's of-
fice at the Holmes County
Michael David Hanner,
4/10/85, and Jennifer Lynn
111masky, 11/15/85, both of
Jordan Thomas Miller,
10/17/86, and Christa Ni-
cl oeAy 9/24/86, both
Dustin Charles
Baggett, 12/5/87, and
Amanda Lynn Aronhalt,
6/6/85, both of Bonifay.
Daniel Blake Medley,
5/28/86, of Bonifay, and
Haley Justine Hinson,
8/13/88, of Chipley.
Marty Lewis Griffin,
6/13/70, of Brooklyn, and

Linda Michelle Jennings,
11/19/73, of Geneva, Ala.
James Bradley Regis-
ter, 3/6/86, and Alisha Ma-
rie Harrison, 4/27/88, both

Divorce information
(filed, but not necessarily
final) July 27-31, 2009
mTihn folloing fnfor-
records at the Holmes
County Courthouse of un-
finalized, recorded divorce

Larry D. Morris and
Eunice Morris
Joseph William Ritter
and Mary Elizabeth Ritter
Curtis W. Peters and
Jackie M. Peters
Nevelyn Leo Parris and
Karen Denise Parris
James A Riley Jr. and
Kimberly L. Riley

Bethlehem Pee Wee signups
BETHLEHEM Bethlehem Pee Wee football and
cheerleading sign-ups and practice on Tuesdays and
Thursday from 5-7 p.m. at the baseball fields behind
the sh Il
eFocr ore information, contact Misty Waldron at
Charity Poker Tournalment
BETHLEHEM Bethlehem Pee Wee Football Associa-
tion is sponsoring Texas Hold'em on Thursday, Aug. 13,
at 6 p.m. The charity poker tournament will be held at
Buckin Bingo on Hwy. 90 West in Bonifay. Cost is a $30
donation per seat. Only 50 seats are available on a first
come first serve. All proceeds benefit the Bethlehem
Pee Wee Football and Cheerleaders
For more information, contact Cliff Kimble at 334-

BONIFAY When Doctors Memori-
al Hospital Foundation Board met for
its June session, Janis Lee Johnson
was elected as chairman. She was
also named to a three-year tenure
on the Board. Other officers are Jake
Jacobs, vice-chairman, and Loriene
Kosier as secretary. Other members
of the board are Dan Hatcher and Ha-
zel Tison. Ken Yates is an alternate.
Johnson retired as principal of
Holmes County High School and is
well qualified to serve in this impor-
tant position. Her growing-up years
centered around health care as her
late mother, Gertrude McCullough
Lee, served 36 years with Holmes
County Health Department, several
of those as director of nursing for that

The group heard a report from Ad-
ministrator Winkler on the hospital's
critical need for financial assistance,
which is the stated purpose of the
foundation board. He pointed out
the downturn in the economy has
resulted in more indigent care. That,
coupled with increased cost for prod-
ucts and the obligation of the month-
ly payments on the loan secured to
build the facility, make soliciting be-
nevolence from the area served by
the hospital an urgent need.
The board members brain-
stormed ways that this group can
assist. The only planned action at
the present time is the promotion of
sustaining membership in the foun-
dation itself. Soon, supporters of the
hospital will receive a letter of invi-

station to become such a member by
paying annual dues of $25. Benefits
of this membership will be outlined
in a mail-out, and it is hoped that
the majority of the 33,000 residents
in the three-county area served by
the facility will respond by becoming
sustaining members of the founda-
Other fundraising efforts dis-
cussed include golf tournaments,
dinners and entertainment. Com-
munity support for the building of
the hospital was overwhelming, and
now it is hoped that the effort to sus-
tain the financial stability of the local
health care facility will continue. The
community can be duly proud of its
modern hospital with its professional
and dedicated staff.

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* Early Childhood
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* Medical
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* Welding
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BONIFAY Sunday, July
26, Bonifay Fire-Rescue
was dispatched at 2:05 a.m.
to a residence on Sweet-
gum Drive in response to
a report of a shed fire, ac-
cording to a report at www.
Firefighters arrived two
minutes later and advised
all units of 12' by 12' shed
on fire in the backyard. The
shed was fully involved but
was not threatening any
Other structures. Engine
1 and Tanker 1 arrived on
scene and extinguished
quickly but the wooden
shed was a total loss.



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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

A4 | Holmes County Times-Advertiser

There were a number of readers' our town our county our State.

just that peacefully assembling! Oh
by the way a curfew on teens will
not stop youth crime. You might
reduce it a little with increased police
personnel and policies but you will
not stop it. How about targeting teens
that actually commit crimes and not
enforce a curfew on all! Instead of
imposing curfews, cities and towns
should invest in positive outlets
for teens like skate parks and after
school activities. Maybe bull riding
and barrel racing just isn't doing it for
everyone. Sounds like Bonifay is on
the right track though with the skate
park. Besides it is a parents right to
determine what is best for his or her
child. A curfew should be decided by
parents and NOT by the government!
Bottom Line is that curfews violate
our constitutional rights. Oh yeah, I
also own land in Holmes County so I
can chime in if I would like!

This town used to be alive with
things to do in the evenings after
working in the fields all days, you
could go to town and socialize and
shop or listen to a band, today there's
no reason to go to town after 5 pm or
noon on Thursday.
im oldwhatdoiknow

In regards to the skate park, I
think it is a wonderful idea, however,
I also wish the city of Bonifay had
made arrangements years ago to
allow a private organization to take
over the management of the ree
center. I have three children between
the ages of 9 and 15 and would have
been glad to pay for a membership to
a youth recreation facility.
concerned citizen

I agree with the curfew laws, if
minors are out past those hours, they
most likely will be up to no good. The
skate park is also a good idea, I see
kids out in the street skating because
they have no where else to do so, and
also its a good way to meet other kids
their own age.

comments on the curfew issue in
Bonifay. Here are some of them:

I'm all far improving our city and
taking care of our teens. My point
when all the alcohol started was
that it was sad to use alcohol to save
downtown. It is sad when a business
has alcohol to save their business.
Good food and service usually works
well in Bonifay. I do not agree with
the alcohol situation but I am over it
and that's just my opinion. The thing
I like is the curfew. Teens under 16
do not need to be running the roads
that late.

Even Jesus turned the water into
Wine! I am by far a drunk but I do
enjoy a glass of Wine or Wine Cooler
occasionally with a Meal. Get over
it times are changing. Advertise it if
you have to so what. The next time
you go to Applebees, Longhorn, or
Red Lobster look at the table and see
what you see. Table advertisements
for drinks as well as deserts usually.
Pretty colorful drinks with fruit, whip
cream, umbrellas, and hard liquor.
By the way you can go in and order
just a drink at those places. I am sure
that the ones whining about this has
drank a few in there time. They are
just in the closet with it. Drink if you
want to drink, eat if you want to eat.
We need to encourage business to
come to our town not run them off.
We most definitely need to encourage
a business that caters to the teens
to come here to keep our kids close
to home instead of having to drive
to Dothan or Panama City. A movie
theater, or something like Adventure
land would be great and would
attract kids from Westville, Caryville,
Chipley, Ebro, and other Small
communities to come here and spend
some money, which turns into tax
revenue. Think about it. When people
spend money in Bonifay they pay
sells tax and the county and City gets
a small portion of that tax. It all adds
up the more they spend the better for

Once again the town of Bonifay
is a joke. Lets take care of problems
that matter the most 1st. but that will
never happen. This is why I moved.
and promise I would not live in the
city limits again for nothing. It is a
joke. From the council to the PD.
always has been. Hey did the bpd go
to the wreck on 110 god I hope not.
that is out of their area. ha ha ain't it

I don't think he/she said anything
about you chiming in. I see what
their saying. The headline is about
the curfew. The alcohol situation was
two weeks ago. They can peaceably
assemble if they would like. They
just can't do so after the above stated
times. "Hassle fine teens"? We have
a lot of fine teens. But we also have
some that do not do fine things.
Those things sometimes occur after
11 or 12. First of all, I do not see too
many reasons fro them to be out past
11 during the week, especially with
school in session. Remember we
are talking about kids that are just
barely driving age. Most responsible
parents will have their child at the
house. It is not like BPD will have to
fo out of their way to patrol this. As
far the skating, I guess maintaining
concrete will be easier than a
swimming pool.
Good Thing

Reread the article because it is
three fold. It discusses the issue
of the curfew. It also discusses
the issue of the skate park grand
opening in addition to your local
council member not happy about
alcoholic beverage signs in your
downtown area. I posted in regards
to your alcoholic beverage signs,
but if you would like me to post
on teen curfews, I can. The First
Amendment to the US Constitution
protects citizens rights peaceably to
assemble. Basically, your curfew says
that the curfew allows police officers
to hassle and fine teens for doing

Our online article about
legalize medical marijuanE
drew several comments

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children CLEAN and to thi
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and a bigger problem woul
Corinthians 15-33

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of National Drug Control P
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is not in the President's vo
and it's not in mine. Mariju
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benefit. OR the National M]

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Marijuana Impairs Cognitive
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Office 13, 2008, in the online edition of
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cabulary, Average Joe

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a search and read "Granny Storm
Crow's list"? The list is about 90
pages of links to medical cannabis
studies and articles. Please educate
yourself about cannabis. Cannabis
may be useful in a wide variety of
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ALS, Alzheimer's, many cancers,
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Please take my invitation! Thank

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If you have any doubts about
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Storm (row

Dear Editor:
As manager of Florida's fish
and wildlife resources, the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is diligent
in protecting native species and
habitats. When an exotic species
invades our natural landscape, it is
our duty to do everything possible to
ensure those invaders do not expand
their range and harm the fragile
balance of Florida's unique and
abundant wildlife.
The Burmese python threatens
that balance in the Everglades. A
non-venomous constrictor, it preys on
native Florida species of mammals,
birds and reptiles. The appetite of
the Burmese python poses a serious
threat to some of Florida's already
endangered species. For example,
Burmese pythons have eaten
Key Largo woodrats, a federally
endangered species.
We must do everything possible
now to stop its spread into other
areas. To that end, we began a
python permit program on July 17
as a way to manage this unwanted
species effectively. Under this
program, the FWC hand-picked
seven herpetologists to receive
permits to go on specific FWC-
managed lands and search for all
Reptiles of Concern, including the
Burmese python, and euthanize the
snakes. We chose experts who know
how to handle these large reptiles.
Furthermore, we require the python
be killed on site to ensure that none
of these snakes escapes into other

The permit holders may use
hand-held instruments to kill the
pythons but, under the current
program, they may not use firearms
or traps. Again, the professionalism
of these permit holders ensures that
the pythons are disposed of quickly
and efficiently. The scientific data
collected from these pythons will
assist FWC biologists in learning
more about this predator in the
Everglades. And every time a python
is destroyed, it means there is one
less python slithering through the
wilds of Florida.
The American Veterinary Medical
Association provides a laudable
set of objectives for euthanasia of
animals in laboratory and research
settings. However, these objectives
are not always practical in the
wild. The AVMA's objectives are
guidelines, but are not mandatory.
The FWC has been committed to
preventing the spread of nonnative
species throughout the state. In
January 2008, the Commission
approved revised regulations for
nonnative and captive wildlife that
require anyone owning a Reptile of
Concern to be permitted through the
FWC. We define a Reptile of Concern
as a reptile that has habits that may
adversely affect the environment
or may be a threat to public safety.
Reptiles of Concern must be
licensed by the FWC to be kept as
a pet. The license costs $100 per
year and mandates specific caging
requirements. Reptiles of Concern
more than two inches in diameter
must be implanted with a microchip

that identifies the animal.
It is unlawful to allow these
exotic pets to escape or to release
them into the wild. The FWC holds
Nonnative Pet Amnesty Days
throughout the year so people who
can no longer keep or care for a
nonnative pet can bring them to us
for adoption by licensed recipients.
We have made every effort to ensure
that no more of these pythons are
allowed to escape into the wild.
Our python permit program is
just the beginning. We are working
with Everglades National Park, the
South Florida Water Management
District, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Service and others on this problem.
How the pythons are disposed of is
not the issue; how we work together
to solve a problem is. All groups
- nonprofits, governmental and
private should be working toward
one goal in the case of the Burmese
python in the Everglades, which is
their eradication from a place where
they do not belong.
The FWC's main responsibility
remains to reduce populations of
a problematic species to minimize
impacts to native fish and wildlife,
their habitats and to residents of

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Henry Allingham's secret for living 113 years was,
by his own admission, "cigarettes, whisky and wild,
wild women."
That sounds like a much more fun health plan
than vegetables, milk and mild, mild women.
Allingham, a British World War I veteran, was
the world's oldest living man until July 19, when he
died quietly in his sleep. Fellow World War I veteran
Harry Patch, also from England, passed away
Sunday at age 111. Patch was Great Britain's last
World War I veteran living in England. Canada's only
remaining veteran of the Great War turned 109 on
July 23, and Frank Buckles, America's lone World
War I vet, is 108.
Sadly, it won't be long before there's no one
left who fought in one of the world's largest and
most significant conflicts. World War I is important
because, in a nutshell, it made the United States a
global superpower and sowed the seeds for World
War II. Oddly enough, no national World War I
memorial exists, even though more than 100,000
Americans died in the "war to end all wars,"
according to www.wwimemorial.org.
As I read the obituaries seen daily in The Monitor,
there's almost always at least one World War II or
Korean War veteran among the dearly departed. At
some point in the not-too-distant future, we're going
to run out of those who experienced either or both of
the two wars on a first-hand basis; World War II and
the Korean War occurred a mere five years apart,
after all.
At the risk of being morbid, every man or woman
who served in World War II is at least age 85 or so,
and even with advances in modern health care,
our precious remaining veterans, like their World
War I counterparts, are gradually being lost to old
age. A May 24, 2008, article on www.foxnews.com
stated that more than 1,000 World War II vets are
dying every day across the United States, and a
historian with the World War II Museum believes
that all of the war's combatants will be gone by 2020
- 11 years from now.
For an assignment during my junior year of high
school, our American history teachers asked each
student to interview a veteran. I was able to talk
to and record a few minutes of dialogue with my
then-girlfriend's grandfather about what life was like
during World War II. When I was asked to play the
audio tape of the interview in front of the entire class,
I was horrified that the old man's words were nothing
more than a muffle at best; I'm pretty sure I failed
to adjust the volume correctly during the interview.
Since then, I've never forgiven myself for messing
up the chance to capture a bit of someone's family
history not to mention the poor grade I received.
If you know of a World War II or Korean War
veteran here in the Rio Grande Valley and there
are hopefully still quite a few ask them about their
service, or better yet, preserve their memories by
writing down their story or electronically recording
their words. Just make sure you turn up the volume.
Our local veterans answered the call of duty when
they were needed most. The least we can do is to
make sure their sacrifices won't go unnoticed.

Andy Comer is a copy editor and columnist for The
Monitor Contact him at acomer@ themonitorcom.

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Letter to the EDITOR

Gertrude MLcCullough Lee: Pioneer in health care

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Holmes County Times-Advertiser | AS

The election of Janis
Lee Johnson as chairman
of the recently organized
Doctors' Memorial
Hospital Foundation
Board brings to mind the
tremendous contribution
that her late mother,
Gertrude McCullough
Lee, made to the health
care of Holmes County
and surrounding area.
The Lees lived just north
of the Holmes-Washington
County line and my family
lived just south of the line
so we were all a part of
the same community.
Medical treatment
consisted largely of home
remedies. Spirits of
turpentine was poured on
an injury. Boils were often
bandaged with a crushed
peach leaf poultice.
Sprains and nails or
splinters in the feet were
soaked in hot EPSOM
salts. Burns were doused
with kerosene, rubbed

with butter
or other
S Scabies
Hazel Wells Tison and
itch was soaked in a
solution of blue stone
and copprice. (I assume
that is copper sulfate.)
Hookworms were largely
ignored. Colicky babies
were lulled to sleep with
asafetida or paregoric.
Spring chills and fevers
were treated with calomel
or cream of tartar tablets
or worst of all, Groves
Chill Tonic.
Shortly after World War
II, a young woman named
Gertrude McCullough
married my dad's cousin
Quincy Lee and became
our neighbor as she had

accepted a job with The
Holmes County Health
Department as a nurse.
She had served as a U.S.
Army nurse following her
graduation from Vernon
High School and Sacred
Heart Nursing School in
For the next 53
years, Gertrude was the
person everyone in the
community turned to
for medical advice. She
practiced a lot of free
home health care to those
of us in the County Line/
Brackin School/Bethel
Church community of
Holmes and Washington
County. In addition to
raising Janis, Silas, and
Bill and carrying on the
duties of a farm wife,
Gertrude made a lasting
mark on the health
history of Holmes County
as a public health nurse.
Traveling the mostly
dirt roads beginning in

the late 1940s, Gertrude
Lee, Norma Sims, Rupert
Padgett and Ruby Moore
effectively changed
the face of health care
in the outlying areas
of the county. Rupert
Padgett's role was
mainly in the area of
sanitation. The nurses
gave immunizations
for measles, mumps,
whooping cough, and
diphtheria. Children in
the rural areas often
recognized the cars
driven by these modern
day Florence Nightingales
and would flee their
presence. I remember
taking our oldest to the
health department for his
shots and he placed the
hairbrush in my purse
before we left home as a
Mrs. Lee saw many
children with severe
medical problems, too,
such as poliomyelitis,

osteomyelitis, birth
defects or severe
infections. She spent
countless hours
arranging home visits
from the doctors or
care in hospitals. She
personally arranged and
transported children to
The Crippled Children's
Hospital in Pensacola.
She also began a
program of hookworm
eradication that involved
working with area
leaders to get livestock
laws passed, educating
citizens on the need for
personal hygiene, and
the necessity for proper
disposal of human waste
with indoor plumbing and
septic tanks. She also
headed the first effort
in Holmes, Walton and
Washington counties
to identify and treat
hypertension, the cause of
strokes and heart attacks.
She received recognition

in the American Journal
of Nursing for her work
in that area. She also was
chosen by her peers to
receive the Florida Nurse
Association award as the
Public Health Nurse of
the Year for 1975.
Gertrude helped attain
funding for the present
health department
building, which bears her
name in recognition of
the tremendous impact
this lady had on the
health of Holmes County
and surrounding area.
I am thankful for such
people as Mrs. Lee and
I hope we never forget
the contribution such
people as she made to the
improvement of health
care in our pioneer area.
(Most of the
information for this
article is extracted from
the 2006 edition of The
Heritage of Holmes
County, Florida.)



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BONIFAY Holmes County Sheriff Tim Brown
says "it's like Christmas in July." Recently, Brown's
department received a large quantity of law
enforcement supplies from his law enforcement
neighbor to the west. The Walton County Sheriff's
Office donated a host of items. It includes more than
75 corrections officer uniforms, which were no longer
needed since the jail is now run by the Board of County
In addition, there's a large supply of leather
goods which includes gun holsters and pepper spray
holders. The Walton County Sheriff's Office no longer
needed the holsters because its deputies went from a
standard issued Beretta to a Glock handgun.
"The items help fill a needed void in our office,"
Brown said. The recession and a sharp drop in real
estate value have hurt the local tax base. Sheriff
Brown and his personnel are trying to do more with
less. This donation will prove critical in helping patrol
the large, rural Northwest Florida County. It allows
Brown to reallocate funds to other critical items like
Walton County Sheriff Michael A. Adkinson Jr.
and Brown both took office in January. Adkinson

lowing are the results of
the joint Alabama/Florida
Highway Patrol roadside
sobriety safety check-
point that was held on US
231 (SR75) on the evening
of July 31, from 8 p.m. to
12 a.m. This checkpoint
was part of the joint Take
Back Our Highways initia-
tive that was conducted
the week of July 27 31.
Total Arrests, 47;
Criminal Drivers License
Arrests, 7; No Insurance,
11; Seat Belt Violations,
4; Faulty Equipment, 5;
Commercial Motor Ve-
hicle, 1; Other Arrests,
19; Warnings, 17; Faulty
Equipment Notices, 18;

Commercial Motor Ve-
hicle Inspections, 7; Total
Vehicles, 48; Hours Of Op-
eration, 4;
The following agen-
cies participated in the
checkpoint, the Alabama
Highway Patrol, Florida
Highway Patrol, Florida
Department Of Trans-
portation-Motor Car-
rier Compliance, Jackson
County Sheriff's Office,
Cottondale Police Depart-
ment and the Houston
County Sheriff's Office,
Ala. The Florida Depart-
ment of Transportation
provided for the mainte-
nance of traffic safety and
warning devices during
the checkpoint.

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donations from the Walton County Sheriff's Office.
said he would "help fellow law enforcement agencies
whenever possible; besides that, Sheriff Brown is
good people."
Walton and Holmes counties share a common
border. Each county's respective sheriff feels that
geographical relationship goes further in helping
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(HIPLEY Covenant Hos-
pice offers a monthly grief
support group at Washing-
ton County Council on Ag-
ing, 1348 South Blvd. from
9-11 a.m. on the second
Tuesday of each month.
Those who attend will have
the opportunity to explore
their grief in a safe and car-
ing environment.

The next meeting will be
held on Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Light refreshments will be
served. The support group
is free, but registration is
required. To register for
this support group, or for
additional information, call
Riley Henderson or Janu-
ary McKeithan at 482-8520
or 888-817-2191.

ARGYLE A routine traffic
stop along Interstate 10 led to a
substantial drug bust in North-
west Florida, according to a
news release from the Walton
ConyShrf' Ofc. a-
SALVADOR tnCounty Sheriff's Office. Ka-9
ESPRELLA deputy, Steve Key, pulled over
a 2008 Chevrolet HD 2500 truck
with a Texas license plate for
speeding. The stop took place
in the eastbound lanes near the
AuH 1ii ssC unthehnd ver,
S34-year-old Salvador Espriella
of Katy, Texas, and his two pas-
sengers gave conflicting state-
SAMUELments on where they were going
URBINAand what they were doing. The
passengers have been identified
as 44-year-old Samuel Urbina of
McAllen, Texas, and 43-year-old
Mexican national Esteban Per-
Deputy Key's K-9, Ella, alert-
ed authorities to drugs in the ve-
hicle. Eight ounces of powdered
cocaine packaged in individual
ESTEBANbaggies was found taped and
PEREZ- concealed within the back of the

BONIFAY Beginning
Thursday, Aug. 6, Holmes
County Health Department
will offer a free childbirth
class for any woman who is
Women are encouraged
to bring their partners
with them to the class.
Classes will be held Aug. 6,
13, 20 and 27 from 5:30-8:30
p.m. at the Holmes County
Health Department.
The class will teach
pregnant women about
what happens to a woman's

body before labor begins,
relaxation and breathing,
different stages of labor,
recognizing true labor
verses false labor, massage
during labor, different posi-
tions for labor, episiotomy,
procedures after delivery,
care of newborn, breast-
feeding and much more.
To sign up, or if you have
questions, call the health
department at 547-8500,
ext. 246 or 247, and ask to
speak to Glenna Padgett
RN or Valery Lawton FSP!

Cocaine seized by Walton County deputies

Agents with the Drug En-
forcement Agency's Panama
City Office are assisting the
Walton County Sheriff 's Office
in the investigation.
"Interstate 10 is well known
to law enforcement as an east-
west transportation gateway in
the illegal drug trade," said Wal-

ton County SO Public Informa-
tion Officer Mike Gurspan. "It's
unknown where the suspects
were headed. Each suspect is
facing a charge of trafficking in
cocaine; additional charges may
be filed by State and Federal au-
thorities. They are being held at
the Walton County Jail."

the approximately $212
million awarded to Florida
from the federal American
Recovery and Reinvest-
ment Act of 2009 (ARRA)
to help local governments
finance improvements to
wastewater, stormwater
and drinking water facili-
ties essential to protecting
public health and the envi-
ronment across the state.
Florida is one of the first
states to have met all the
requirements for receiving
the full amount of ARRA
funds to support the CWS-
RF and the Drinking Wa-
ter State Revolving EAnd
Graceville was one of
the communities recently

approved to receive these
funds under DEP's CWS-
RF and DWSRF loan pro-
grams. There are now 48
projects in 43 Florida com-
munities scheduled to re-
ceive ARRA money to help
build critical drinking wa-
ter, wastewater and storm-
water infrastructure.
DEP has now commit-
ted $197 million of the $212
million in available CWSRF
and DWSRF ARRA fund-
ing. There is $15 million
in drinking water funds
remaining for applicants
as they complete the plan-
ning, design and permitting
necessary to begin con-
struction. Qualifying drink-
ing water projects will be

selected for the remaining
ARRA funds, based on their
readiness and priority, at a
future public hearing. DEP
will also continue to work
with all applicants to help
them apply for other fund-
ing as it becomes available.
DEP received more
than $800 million in re-
quests for the $80 million
of ARRA drinking water
project funds and more
than $1.5 billion in requests
competing for $132.3 mil-
lion in ARRA wastewater
and stormwater funding.
DEP established its
SRF programs, under
agreements with the U.S.
Environmental Protection
Agency, to provide low-in-

terest financing to plan,
design and build wastewa-
ter, stormwater and drink-
ing water systems. Ended
by federal capitalization
grants, state matching
funds, loan repayments,
interest earnings and pe-
riodic bond issues, SRF
loans are offered at interest
rates substantially below
current market rates and
help make loans affordable.
Repayments from earlier
loans are used to make new
loans, allowing the program
to operate in perpetuity.
Since 1999, DEP has
invested more than $3.5
billion to upgrade and im-
prove drinking water and
wastewater facilities and

clean up stormwater pol-
lution, funding nearly 2,100
projects statewide. More
than $2.6 billion of this
amount has come from the
SRF programs.
For more information on
the State Revolving EAnds,
visit: www.dep.state.fl.us/
For complete list of
communities scheduled
to receive ARRA funding,
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da Department of Environ-
mental Protection recently
awarded $1.9 million to the
city of Graceville for waste-
water management. The
funds, part of DEP's Clean
Water State Revolving
EAnd (CWSRF) Program,
will fund the rehabilitation
of the city's sewer collec-
tion system.
The work is needed to
keep excessive storm wa-
ter inflow and groundwater
from leaking into the aged
collection system. A DEP
consent order requires the
city to make the repairs to
prevent further water qual-
ity violations.
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Holmes County Times-Advertiser | A7

Managing Editor
CHIPLEY Recent news
coverage of pythons and
other potentially danger-
ous snakes took a new turn
Thursday as a 17-foot Bur-
mese python was captured
at a veterinary hospital in
Okeechobee County and
put to sleep. This follows
the capture of 14-foot py-
thon in a storm drain near
Bradenton on July 26. More
coverage of the two inci-
dents is online at chipleypa-
An official with the Flor-
ida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission said
the problem of potentially
dangerous snakes is not
restricted to central and
south Florida.
Lt. Stan Kirkland of the
Panama City office of the
FWC said there are also
problems with poisonous
snakes, and recalled one in-
cident from about two years
ago in Bay County.
"We received a com-
plaint about an individual
with a possible cobra,"

in Holmes or Washington

ITOW 10giloltion
FWC worked with the
Florida Legislature and the
reptile industry to estab-
lish and implement tighter
restrictions in 2007 to help
prevent the escape or re-
lease of exotic species, ac-
cording to a news release.
The new rule requires an
annual $100 license and
mandatory caging require-
In addition, Burmese py-
thons more than 2 inches in
diameter must be implant-
ed with a microchip that
identifies the origin of the
animal. This rule applies to
all "Reptiles of Concern,"
which include Burmese py-
thons, Indian pythons, re-
ticulated pythons, African
rock pythons, amethystine
or scrub pythons, green
anacondas and Nile moni-
tor lizards. It is unlawful to
allow one to escape or to re-
lease one into the wild.
"The capture of this
large python shows us how
well these snakes can thrive
in the wild and create a dan-


gerous situation after illegal
release or escape," FWC
Chairman Rodney Bar-
reto said. "It also illustrates
why the FWC is partner-
ing with other agencies to
implement python control
measures in South Florida.
We will continue to push for
additional measures to con-
trol the spread of Burmese
pythons in the Everglades,
where they are reproducing
in large numbers."
On July 17, the FWC
launched a permit program,
allowing reptile experts
to capture and euthanize
Burmese pythons on state-
managed lands around the
Everglades. To date, seven
permits have been issued
and five pythons have been
captured. Several more
permits will be issued in the
coming weeks. The permit
holders must collect data
on captured pythons and
submit that information to
the FWC.
The program continues
until Oct. 31, at which time
the FWC will analyze the
data and determine wheth-
er the program should be
extended or expanded.

Pythons like this 17-foot Burmese python on the loose prompted recent legislation.

Kirkland said Friday.
The complaint came
from Alabama Game and
Fish and was the result of
a divorce trial in Dothan,
Ala., where evidence was
presented of the man in the
trial owning a rattlesnake
without a permit. The man
eventually told AGF that he
obtained the snake in Pan-
ama City, and FWC investi-
gators visited the address.
"The first thing they saw
when the owner opened
the door was a face shield,"

Kirkland said. Such a de-
vice is worn when handling
dangerous snakes, includ-
ing spitting cobras. "It's not
the sort of thing you wear
to make coffee in the morn-
ing," he said.
A search of the house
turned up several species
of poisonous snakes housed
in Tupperware containers.
"These are not approved
caging," Kirkland said.
It turns out the man and
a partner had operated a
"herp store" in Texas spe-

cializing on exotic snakes,
but the partnerwas bitten by
a snake and killed, and the
man relocated to Panama
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founded" by the scene.
"You just can't make this
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There are four Class 3-
licensed Burmese pythons
in the Panhandle, Kirkland
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stores, and one is with a pri-
vate individual in Lynn Ha-
ven. There are no licensed
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within all areas of the com-
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Allen D. King (Hitch-Hiker)
Allen D. King 51,
of Westville, Florida,
Passed over to be with
.. the Lord and Savior on
Sunday, July 19, 2009,
at Gulf Coast Medical
Center in Panama City,
He was born Decem-
ber 3, 1957 in Walton
County, Florida to the
late Arthur Clinton King and Betty Jean Jackson
King of Westville, Florida. In addition to his fa-
ther he was preceded in death by his grandparents
H am nLe nand NeHl Eskla1 KIng of GR n v
Jackson of Westville, Florida.
Survivors include one step-son Kenny Sprouse,
one step-daughter Shelly Ford and three step-
orandchildren Tiffany, Alissa and Christopher
Ford of Rutherford County, North Carolina, his
mother Betty Jean Jackson King of Westville
Florida. Two sisters Angela Dockery and husband
Daryl of Ponce De Leon, Florida, Rhonda Gallo-
way and husband Josh of Geneva, Alabama, and
three ne ahews Chase Crow of Ponce De Leon,
Florida and Tyler and Dustin Helms of Geneva,
Allen did many things celebrating his life. He
was a member of the National Guard in the mid
70's. He later traveled with the circus, then went
on to manage Yelton Healthcare in North Caro-
lina. He was a mechanic by choice but could do
anphLling~ he set his mind to do. Allen loved life
and lived life to the fullest each and every day.
He never met a stranger and would never turn
away anyone in need.
The family will hold a Memorial Service at the
home of Daryl and Angela Dockery on August 8,
2009 at 11:00 A.M. All friends and family are
invited to attend. Please call 1-850-259-0370
if you need directions. Flowers or plants can
be brought to the Memorial or donations can be
made to the family or at any Wachoria Bank to the
"Angela Dockery in benefit of Allen Kin fund.
This fund was established to help the fa ily with
arrangements and Allen's last wishes. All your
thoughts, prayers and your donations are appreci-
ated. May God bless you all and keep you in the
palm of h hand s .

Donald IMaurice Bro~n
Don Brown passed away
Thursday July '93, 009 in
Farmers Branch, Texas after
r. la short battle with cancer.
He was born November
:r~~i~14, 1937 to Ralph Brown
and Mary Payne in Bonifay
1, Florida. Don grew up in
Bonifay and graduated from
the Georgia Military Academy, College Park,
Georgia. Don enlisted in the U.S. Air Force
and served from August 2, 1956 to August 1,
He began his career in the South Pacific
working on the radar tracking system for
NASA's Project Mercury Space Program. He
next worked in the Canary Islands at the radar
tracking station for NASA's Apollo Space
Program which included the moon manding.
Don has since worked in the Dallas area as
a software engineer for Digital Switch Corp.,
Rockwall, Compaq Computer and recently
retired from Hewlett-Packard In Plano.
Don enjoyed his family, Golf, traveling and
his granddaughter "MJ".
Don is survived by his wife Jennifer
Brown, son Reginald Brown, daughters
Stefanie Brown and Susan Brown and her
husband Josh McDearmon and their daughter
Mary Jane, his sister Ramon Billhimer, her
husband Bob, nephew Bobby and countless
friends, associates and golfing buddies at
Brookhaven Country Club.
A memorial service was held at 2:00pm on
Tuesday July 28, 2009 at Christ United Meth-
odist Church, 2807 Valwood Blvd, Farmers
Branch, Tx.
Memorial contributions may be made to
Woodward Academy 1662 Rugby Ave, Col-
lege Park, Ga 30337-2199, Christ United
Methodist Church 2807 Valwood Blvd Farm-
ers Branch, Tx 75234, American Cancer So-
ciety 1-800-227-2345 or to a Charity of your

Memorials may also be made to the First
Presbyterian Church 800 W. Texas, Midland
Tx 79760 for a water well in Uganda it
memory of Don.

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WESTVILLE will be held on September 8,
2009. The polls will open at 7:00 a.m., central
standard time. The election will be held at the
Westville Community Center.
The positions to be filled and the expiration
date of these positions are as follows:
Council member seat 1, 4, 5, expires 2011.
Those persons wishing to qualify for the above
office may do so at the office of the Town
Clerk located in the Westville Community
Center, between 8:00 am-12:00 and 12:30-
4:30 central standard time, August 17, 2008,
through August 21, 2009. The qualifying fee
for this regular election is $25.00.

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City Council of the City of Bonifay,
Florida, will hold a Special Session
regarding the variance to Townhouse
The meeting will commence in open
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room, 301 North Harvey Etheridge
Street, Bonifay City Hall, Bonifay'
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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Photo ond story
Managing Editor
WAUSAU Competition
was brisk Friday night at
the world-famous Possum
Palace in wausau as four
men and seven women vied
for the titles of Possum
King and Queen at the 40th
annual EAnday & Possum
EArgil Flemdipper and
Wallbacker Canderass
were crowned Possum
King and Queen Friday
night at the Possum Palace
in Wausau, but it was tough
decision for judges Vera
Truett, Dallas Carter and
Gail Culbreth,
The crowning opened
the 40h annual knodnay

Flemdipper headed
a field of four, including
first runner-up Ramblin'
Sam Jr., second runner-up
Waldo Possum Lafayette
and Grandpa Possum.
Canderass beat out a
field of six other women,
including first runner-up
Purty Possum, second
runner-up Floozie Possum,

Wallbacker Canderass and Furgil Flemdipper are crowned Queen and King.

and Possumlicious, Nannie
McFlea, Maybeline Dupree
and Emma Some Beggins.
The 2008 Possum Queen,
Francesca, relinquished her
crown, and it was clearly a
bittersweet moment, but
she held up like a trouper,
doing the dance that helped
her win last year.

Wayne Gentry once
again served as emcee
for the pageant. Gentry
questioned each contestant
on a possum recipe
(women), how to catch a
possum (men) and why
they want to represent
The royalty will

represent the EAnday &
Possum Festival and at
a wide variety of local,
regional, national and
international activities
throughout the coming
More photo and video
coverage is online at

For the week ending
July 31, 2009:
*Florida Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$9,680 compared to $8,663
last week and $8,154 a year
ago. Compared to lastweek,
slaughter cows were $1-3
lower; bulls were $1 lower;
feeder steers were uneven-
ly steady; heifers steady
to $2 higher; replacement
cows mostly steady.
*Georgia Livestock
Auctions: Receipts in 25
markets totaled $11,908
compared to $11,716 last
week and $10,828 a year
ago. Compared to one week
ago, slaughter cows were
$1-2 lower and bulls were
$1-3 lower; feeder steer
steady to $1 higher; heifers
steady; calves were mostly
steady; replacement cows
mostly steady.
*Alabama Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$19,200 compared $16,277
a week ago and $13,360 a
year ago. Compared to a
week ago, slaughter cows
$1-2 lower; slaughter bulls

$2 lower; feeder steers 42-3
higher; heifers $1-4 higher;
feeder bulls $2-4 higher; re-
placement cows and pairs
mostly steady.
Feeder Steers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $101-135
-- GA $102-134 AL $101-
400-500 lbs.: FL $90-109
- GA $92-110 AL $92-
500-600 lbs.: FL $88-99
- GA $88-106 AL $83-
Feeder Heifers: Medium
& Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $88-106
-- GA $88-109 AL $91-
400-500 lbs.: FL $82-97
- GA $82-99 AL $87-103
500-600 lbs.: FL $78-97
- GA $79-95 AL $82-99
Slaughter Cows: 90 Per-
cent Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL $30-45
- GA $40-49 AL $40-44
Slaughter Bulls: Yield
Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,1001Ibs.: FL $51-61
- GA $55-64 -AL $57-61

Holmes County Fair Association is taking
applications for booths. Anyone needing a booth is
asked to contact the Association at 306 Minnesota
Ave., Bonifay, FL 32425, or call 547-3394.

AMVETS to host dance, pig roast
CHIPLEY The Ladies To sign up for mem-
Auxiliary and Son's of AM- bership, you will need to
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will host a dance and pig for dues, dinner and the
roast on Saturday, Aug. dance.
29. Membership sign-ups The public is welcome
start at 4 p.m., and dinner to attend. Admission is $15
will be served at 6. The each or $25 per couple. For
dance will begin at 7 p.m., more information, call 638-
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WAUSAU Little Miss Poplar Springs Caitlyn Holman
was among the participants in the Wausau Possum
Festival and Funday parade Saturday.

Diabetes classes scheduled

1112 Ohio Ave

*Lynn Haven (Hwy. 77)

CHIPLEY- Diabetes
Academy is now in session
at Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital. This is a
fun, free class that will help
you learn the ins and outs
of diabetes from a Certified
Diabetes Educator. Novo
Nordisk sponsors Diabetes
Subjects include: Dia-
betes 101: This covers the
Staying Healthy: Teach-
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ing active tips.
Insulin 101: Explores
the basics of insulin.
Free take home infor-
mation on diabetes care
will also be provided.
'Two classes will be held
on Aug. 11, at 10 a.m. and
at 3 p.m. in the conference
room on the first floor of
the Northwest Florida
Community Hospital.
Call Heather Shelby'
RN, at 415-8119 to register,
as space is limited.

WAUSAU Keltcee Berry was crowned the 2009
Miss Wausau Funday on Saturday, July 25. She
represented Wausau during the annual parade
and Funday Festival on Aug. 1. More coverage
of Possum Festival and Funday online.

Washington County
Council on Aging and
AARP will co-sponsor a
mature driving class for
individuals age 50 and over
on Saturday, Aug. 22 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 help-
ing to compensate for age
related changes. This ma-
ture driving course is ap-
proved by the DHS1VIV for
a three-year insurance pre-

mium 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.
Washington Co. Council
on Aging is a United Way

Tag and title fees
will increase by more
than 50 percent on
Sept. 1, 2009.
Anyone with birth-
days in September,
October and Novem-
her may renew tags in
August. ITwo-year re-
newals are also avail-
These increased
fees go to the state, as
approved by the Flor-
ida legislature. For
more information, call

poker run for the Bethlehem
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starting at 10 a.m. The run
starts and ends at East Pit-
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James Riley Paul Bridge on

Highway 2. Cost is a$5 dona-
For more information, call
Cliff Kimble, 334-248-4254.

DOTHAN Each Satur-
day in August, Landmark
Park will present fun, edu-
cational family programs at
10 a.m. in the Interpretive
Center Auditorium. These
programs are free for park
members and free with paid
gate admission for non-
members. Space is limited,
so call 334-794-3452 today.
Science on Saturday will

continue on August 8 with
Dog 'Itaining 101. Our four
legged furry friends will be
the star of this program as
local canine specialist Re-
nee Jones, along with her
canine teaching assistant,
show visitors the correct
way to interact with dogs.
Visitors will also learn train-
ing tips they can take home
and use with their own

family pets.
Other Science on Satur-
day programs include Ala-
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15, Gardening for Birds on
August 22 and Come Find
Your Way: A Guide to GPS
on August 29.
Programs are free with
paid admission to the park
($4 for adults, $3 for chil-
dren 4-15, free for members

and children 3 and under).
Reservations are required.
Landmark Park, home
of the Alabama Agricultural
Museum, is a 100-acre his-
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park located on U.S. High-
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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Managing Editor
BONIFAY The following individuals have
applied for the Holmes County Administra-
tor's position. Candidates are listed in no
particular order
*George Barwick, Crawfordville, has a
master's in ed. administration/leadership.
*Jerry Presley, Nicholson, Ga., has a
bachelor's in political science.
*Blake Proctor, Fairmont, N.C., has a doc-
torate in public policy.
*Robert Walker, Panama City, no degrees
*Walter Munchheimer, West Palm Beach,
master's in business administration.
*Joseph Miranti, Saint Cloud, master's in
business administration.
*Austin Bleess of Blaine, Minn., master's
in public administration.

*G. Allan Sirmans, Palm City, master's in
*Jim Gallagher of Winter Haven, master's
in business administration/finance.
*Patrick Miller, Palm Coast, master's in
public administration,
*Lawrence Anderson, Sarasota, bache-
lor's degree, subject not listed.
*Andrew Hyatt, Etowah, Tenn., master's
in public administration.
*Joseph Gerrity Jr., Fernandina Beach,
bachelor's in public administration.
*Lawrence Cavallaro, Lakeland, master's
in business administration.
*Frank Thomas III, Mulberry, master's in
business administration.
*Walter Fielding, Chipley, master's in ur-
ban affairs.
*Ernest King, Plantation, master's in en-
vironmental health.
*Brandon Watford, Bonifay, bachelor's in
business administration.

*Mark Martin, Freeport, bachelor's in
*Jerry Shields, Columbia, Ala., bachelor's
in aeronautics/business administration.
*Terry Mears, Bonifay, master's in educa-
tional administration.
*Harlan Ray Harrison, Westville, no de-
grees listed. Harrison is a former Holmes
County commissioner.
*Earnie Via, West Paducah, Ky., master's
in management/public administration.
*Wayne McKay, Bonifay, bachelor's in
construction management
*Paul Van Haute, Canton, Ga., master's in
public administration.
Holmes County Clerk of Court Cody Taylor
said no further action has been taken on the
candidates since the deadline for submitted
applications passed last Monday. Taylor said
he expects the issue to be a subject at the bud-
get hearing on 'Itlesday, Aug. 4, at 3 p.m. at the
County Commission room on Virginia Avenue.

Staff Writer
BONIFAY The Holmes County
School Board approved of the reso-
lution to adopt the tentative mill-
age rate for 2009-2010 at 5.288 of
required local effort, 0.748 in basic
discretionary operating and 0.250 in
di:cr:tonar cric need operatet
Also approved was the resolu-
tion to adopt the tentative budget
for 2009-2010 that includes $139,511
in federal funding, $20.161 million in
state funds and $3.165 million in lo-
cal funds.
Also approved was the rehiring
of William Shipley as band direc-
tor at Holmes County High School,
as well the return of Eric Smith as
social studies teacher/coach at Pop-
lar Springs from Graceville and the
hiring of former Vernon High School
assistant principal Kyle Newsom as
a teacher atGAP
"The summer is nearly over, va-
cations have been taken, and beach
traffic is slowing down," said Super-
intendent of Holmes County Schools

Gary Galloway. "Adults as well as
children are beginning to turn their
thoughts to school beginning for the
Galloway said everyone was pre-
paring for the new school year.
"While parents and students are
preparing for school to open, we in
the school system are excited about
doing our part to be ready for them,"
he sad "The scolbh rd tah r

dered books and bought supplies."
He said that guidelines have also
been in review.
"We have reviewed newly man-
dated guidelines from the federal
and state government and plan to
meet these policies through hard
work and dedication to our stu-
dents," he said.
He announced that teachers will
begin work Aug. 12 and students will
be "reporting in" on Aug. 24.
"Our goal is for a rewarding year
for everyone, a goal we hope school
and community can work together
to achieve," he said. "We in the
system hope everyone has had a
great summer and will have a great
school year."

BONIFAY A Legislative
Update Breakfast featuring
Congressman Jeff Miller is
scheduled for Friday, Aug. 7, at
7 a.m. in the "Log Cabin" at 106

E. Byrd Ave. in Bonifay. Holmes
County Development Commis-
sion and Holmes County Cham-
her of Commerce are sponsors
and invite the public to attend.

fun, family-friendly atmosphere
with loads of activities for the
children. The deadline for booth
requests is Friday, Aug. 7, at 1
For more information. call Ja-
net Spink at 482-1236, ext. 304, or
Donna Carnley at 373-7761.

BONIFAY Healthy Holmes
Task Force and Bonifay Fire
Department will host a Back To
School Bash at Middlebrooks
Park, or Ag Center if raining, on
Aug. 15 from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
The Back To School Bash
is for educating the public in a

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drinks," Kelsey Dukes said,
with discount prices for
beer and wine coolers. She
said drinks are served with
appetizers, nuts, popcorn
or pub mix.
"It has to be served with
food of some kind," she
Kelsey also said she
never said they would be
"discrete," a term used by
Council member Foxworth
at the Council meeting July
27. Kelsey also maintained
that they were primar-
ily a restaurant, and Rocky
Dukes said that no one had
ordered more than two
drinks at any time.
"We're not going to
contend with a bunch of
drunks," he said.
"We will still not set up
a bar, "aKee 1 aib. ha
can't advertise beer and
hap y hour,ewe csaa tpul

also feel they are being ha-
rassed by some City lead-
ers and residents.
"We are the heathens
of the community," Kelsey
said, "but we also have many
supporters. "We will adver-
tise, and we will do so in a re-
sponsible manner. We're go-
ing to fight to keep this place
open we need to."
tacW re not rionrg tod it
Sims said. "We are just
looking out for the citizens
deBoify h tere is noevi-
dnee wasoever thtwe
ar trying to put anyone ou
of business. dta

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from the various depart-
ments "were mostly in
line," but "some we are go-
ing to have to have prayer
with," Taylor said.
The first budget work-
shop was scheduled for
Tuesday, Aug. 4. The hear-
ing on the tentative budget
and millage is set for Tues-
day, Sept. 8, at 5:01 p.m. The
final budget hearing is set
for Sept. 21 at 5:01 p.m.
What happens in the
workshop could have a
bearing on the vacant
county administrator's po-
sition. The names of the 25
candidates were el tl rd

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boost to the local economy.
Paula Bush, owner of
the New Beginning Health
Food Store in Chipley, said
there should be more em-
phasis on local stores.
"I think we need to en-
corageu pol dto sopelo-
people to know we're here."
She noted that the $30
on the 30th coupon has no
expiration on it.
"They can still get 10
percent off if they bring in
the coupon," she said.
ReAnn Moore said she
was excited at the prospect
of encouraging buyers to
shop locally.
"I believe the emphasis
on the local retailers was
8HCOuraging," said Moore,
co-owner to Moore Com-
pany in Bonifay. "It was
very exciting to see the
lOcal merchants working
together and showing col-
lectively that we need our
local people to support us."
JoAnn Foxworth, owner
of the Fig Tree in Bonifay,
said the concept was a
good idea.
"Everyone is struggling
during these hard times,
and we should all do our
part to help," she said.
Matt Minor, owner of

osi stuhP aoo inG rst of th
"For one, we can do it
cheaper," said Minor. "And
tWo, you know where it
came from."

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Inside garage sale
NOMA -The Senior
Citizens of Noma will hold a
garage sale in the Community
Center at 3467 Skipper Ave.,
Friday, Aug. 7, and Saturday,
Aug. 8, from 8 a.m.to noon
each day.
Tables are available for $10
each. Contact Ola at 263-
0I102 orjudy at 397-4I168 for
more information.

Free childbirth I I
BONIFA~Y-- Beginning h e
Aug. 6, Holmes County
Health Department will offer
a free childbirth class for
any woman who is pregnant.
Women are encouraged to
bring their partners with
them to the class.
Classes will be held on
Thursday, Aug. 6, I3,20 and
27 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at
the Holmes County Health
Department.The class will
teach pregnant women about:
what happens to a woman's
body before labor begins, 143~I ~ ~ s, I~~] ~ I~P~~
relaxation and breathing, i
different stages of labor,
recognizing true labor verses
false labor, massage during
labor, different positions for
labor, episiotomy, procedures.
after delivery, care of *
newborn, breastfeeding and
mc oeTo sign up for the class, or t
if you have questions, call the
health department at 547-
8500, ext. 246 or 247, and ask
to speak to Glenna Padgett,
RN, 0rValery Lawton FSP.

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for Sept. 12 at the Bay
Point Golf Resort Club.The
Washington County Sheriff's
Office and Bay County
Sheriff's Office will again team
up as sponsors of the event.
Sponsors and donations
are needed.The monies
raised from this benefit will
go directly to the Youth
Ranch,which runs solely
on donations. The Youth
Ranch takes children from
troubled homes and difficult
situations and gives them a
safe, nurturing home and an
To sign up, make a donation
or for more information,
contact the Boy's Ranch,
Washington County or Bay
County sheriff's departments.


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Vernon announces
the birth of her
daughter, Katherine
Louise Sapp. She was
born on June 19 at
Gulf Coast Medical
Center in Panama
City and weighed 8
pounds, 13 ounces.
are Betty and
Charles Lund of
Black River Falls,
Wis., and paternal
grandparents are
Darleen and Thomas
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of Vernon announce the
upcoming marriage of
their daughter, Jessica
Haley, to Lucas Earl
Morris, son of James and
Susie Morris of Vernon.
The couple will

exchange vows at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 7, by the
natural spring on Ned
Brock Road. All family
and friends are invited to
attend. The couple will
honeymoon in Gatlinburg,

Kendra Dumas and
Dustin Brown of Bonifay
announce the birth of their
son, Dylin Reid Brown. He
was born June 29, 2009,
in Jackson Hospital in
Marianna and weighed 7
pounds, 9 ounces and was
20.5 inches long.
Dylin's big sister is
Alyssa Madison Brown and
his uncle DJ Rock were
among those welcoming
him home.

His maternal
grandparents are Vicki
and Duard Rock of
Bonifay, and maternal
great-grandparents are
Virginia Phillips and Geri
and Richard Busby, all
of Caryville. Paternal
grandparents are Dan
Brown of Hartford, Ala.,
and Linda Brown of
Chipley. His paternal
great-grandmother is
Katherine Davis of Perry.

Joey and Nicole Stapp
announce the birth of their
son, Colby Glenn. He was
born June 26, 2009, and
weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces
and was 19.5 inches long.
Colby's maternal

grandparents are Duane
and Glenda Bowers of
Westville. His paternal
grandparents are Ron
Stapp of Las Vegas, Nev.,
and Rhonda Stapp of
Panama City.

Addison Evelyn Ann
Reeves turned 2 years
old on July 17. She is
the daughter of Dyan
(Howell) Reeves and SSgt.
Allan Reeves, USAF: of
Mountain Home, Idaho,
granddaughter of John

and Deborah Howell of
Robinson, Texas, and
great-granddaughter of
Addis and Sarah Howell of
Bonifay. "Addy," as she is
called, enjoys playing with
her big sister, Olivia, who
is almost 4.

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contact the Association at
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cil on Aging, 1348 South
Blvd. from 9-11 a.m. on the
second Tuesday of each
month. Those who attend
will have the opportunity to
explore their grief in a safe
and caring environment.
The next meeting will be
held on Tuesday, Aug. 11.
Light refreshments will be
served. The support group
is free, but registration is
required. To register, or for
more information, call Ri-

ley Henderson or January
McKeithan at 482-8520 or

HCHS Alumni luncheon
BONIFAY The next
HCHS Alumni luncheon will
be Aug. 11 at Simbo's Res-
taurant in Bonifay at 11 a.m.
Aln alumni, frel st en s
the quarterly luncheons.

CONStitution Day
Sept. 19, Blue Springs Soci-
ety C.A.R. Chipola Chapter
NSDAR, William Dunaway
Chapter SAR will begin its
Constitution Day celebra-
tion at Jim's Buffet with
lunch at 11 a.m. The joint

meeting will start at 11:30
a.m. Major Lucius "Cap"
Pooser, U.S. Air Force, re-
tied,t willespea ont yths

tion." For reservations,
contact Mary Robbins
or 209-4066.

Smokey Bear turns 65
sion of Forestry will host a
birthday party for Smokey
Bear at its Marianna For-
estry Station, 9373 Kynes-
ville Road, on Thursday,
Aug. 13 from 3-5 p.m.
Hot dogs, chips, a cold
drink and birthday cake are
on the menu. There will be
clowns and other fun games
and giveaways. The public
is invited to stop by and
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work, art, photography, a
plant show, youth poultry
youth rabbits, baked goods,
youth beef and steer show,
dairy show and market
lamb and goat show. For in-
formation, call 547-3394.

Fair booth

applications taken
Holmes County Fair As-
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eant will be held Saturday, Sept.
12, at 2 p.m. and at 6:30 p.m. in
the Graceville Civic Center. The
entry fee is $50 with all proceeds
going to Graceville Harvest Day
This is an open pageant, spon-
sored by the City of Graceville,
and would be an excellent oppor-
tunity for National Peanut Festi-
val (NPF) pageant participants
as it will be the final pageant

prior to the NPF event.
The younger categories start
at 2 p.m. and should arrive at the
Civic Center no later than 1:15
be dressed in Sunday wear; Tod-
dler Miss, 13-23 months, heir-
loom or Sunday attire; Tiny Miss,
2-3 years, pageant wear; Future
Little Miss, 4-5 years, pageant
wear; and Little Miss, 6-7 years,
pageant wear.

The following categories start
at 6:30 p.m. All contestants must
wear pageant wear.
Petite Miss, 8-9 years; Miss
Pre-Teen, 10-12 years; Jr. Miss,
13-14 years; Teen Miss, 15-16
years; and Miss, 17-21 years.
Applications can be picked
up at Bush Paint and Supply,
Graceville City Hall, Graceville
News, Carolyn's Fashions in Chi-
pley and Forget Me Not Photog-
raphy in Bonifay.

Deadline for applications is
Sept. 4 along with the entry fee.
Check should be made payable to
the City of Graceville.
Applications may be dropped
by or mailed to Bush Paint and
Supply, Attn: Teresa Bush, Pag-
eant Director, 971 Sixth Ave.,
Graceville, FL 32440. Applica-
tions can be personally delivered
by the Sept. 18 deadline.
Winners will receive a large
trophy, large crown and banner.

Alternates and participants will
receive trophies. Photo packages
will be available.
Admission at the door will be
$4 for adults. This applies to all
individuals with the exception of
contestants. Admission is free for
children three and under.
For more information, call
Teresa Bush (day) 850-263-4744
or (night) 850-263-3072. You can
also call, Michelle Watkins, City
of Graceville, 850-263-3250.

Calling artists

LocArtcooEp Amiu Percent Of
The annual 50 Percent Off Local Art
Sale, is scheduled for Saturday Sept.
19, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in downtown
Panama City, indoor/outdoor. Register
early for an indoor space, some tents/
tables are available. All works must be
sold for half off, no setup fee, no com-
mission on sales. For more information
and to reserve your space, contact 850-
769-0608 or info@panamacityartists.
net; www.panamacityartists.net.

*Bay County Pair Art Exhibit
Artists of all ages can submit art for
the Bay County Fair Art Exhibit, Oct.
5-10. Two youth categories and several
adult categories to enter. Two works per
artist. Contact Panama City Artists, 850-
769-0608 or info@panamacityartists.
net; www.panamacityartists.net.
*Celebration Of Arts, FSU Cam-
Visual and Performing Artists are
invited to participate in Celebration of
Arts, Oct. 17, on the FSU campus. Visual
Artists, $25 fee. No setup fee, no com-
mission on sales. Contact Panama City
Artists, 850-769-0608 or info@panama
cityartists.net; www.panamacityartists.

*A Cloud Of Ideas
Artists of all ages asked to create
and donate up to 20 works of art each,
5" x 7" or smaller, for A Cloud of Ideas
Art Exhibit in early December. Works
can be any media, originals or prints,
unframed, no bigger than 5" x 7". All
works will be sold for $5 each during

the December exhibit, and all sales
will benefit Panama City Artists, a non-

o a o r ssdoenx b\
tion, education and interaction. Artists
can pick up unsold works at the close of
the exhibit.
Deadline for submissions: Nov. 1,
2009. Exhibit dates: Dec. 4- 31, 2009.
Mail up to 20 submissions and $5
submission fee to; A Cloud of Ideas,
535 Mercer Ave, Panama City, FL 32402
or drop off on Fridays between 4 and 6
p.m. by Nov 1.
er Parker, Panama City Artists Presi-
dent, 850-249-9295 or info@panama
cityartists.net; www.panamacityartists.

LOcal Art Exhibit and Sale
PANAMA CITY Browse the Artcoop's
Annual 50 Percent Off Local Art Exhib-
it and Sale and meet over 20 local art-
ists during this mini art festival at the
indoor and outdoor booths. All artists'
works are 50 percent off this one day
only, Saturday, Sept. 19, from 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. at 535 Mercer Ave. in down-
town Panama City. For more informa-
tion, call 850-769-0608, e-mail info@
panamacityartists.net, or visit www.

Re ional art show
0ZARK, Ala. The Dale County Arts
gional Juried Art Exhibition from Aug.
15-Sept. 25 at the Dowling Museum/
Ann Rudd Art Center in Ozark.
For more information, call 334-445-
6526 or 334-774-7145.

TALLAHASSEE The Girl Scout Council
of the Florida Panhandle is seeking nom-
inations to recognize women in our com-
munities who have distinguished them-
selves through service and leadership.
A program inspired by Girl Scouts na-
tionally, the Women of Distinction Awards
Gala honors women from across the Pan-
handle who have a strong commitment to
their community.
Nominees must live or work within
the geographic boundaries of Girl Scout
Council of the Florida Panhandle; which
includes: Bay, Calhoun, Escambia, Frank-
lin, Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, Jef-
ferson, Lafayette, Leon, Liberty, Madison,
Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, Taylor, Wakulla,

Walton and Washington counties.
Nominees should exemplify extraor-
dinary civic, professional and/or philan-
thropic commitment and achievement,
and be a role model for girls, demonstrat-
ing 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 Tues-
day, Sept. 8. Applications can be obtained
by visiting www.womenofdistinctiongala.
com or calling the Girl Scout Council of
the Florida Panhandle at 850-386-2131 or
toll free at 800-876-9704.

Coast Community College
will host the 2009 Stroke
Conference sponsored
by HealthSouth Emerald
Coast Rehabilitation Hos-
pital on Aug. 22.
This conference is in-
tended for all practicing
health care professionals
and students, with special
emphasis on physical ther-
apists, physical therapy as-
sistants, occupational ther-
apists, COTAs, SLPs, re-
habilitation techs, nursing
assistants, social workers,
case managers and nurses,
The conference is meant to

raise awareness and under-
standing ofthe various types
of stroke, medical concerns,
the rehabilitation potential,
behaviors and available
technologies to assist in
stroke recovery, as well as
re-entry of stroke survivors
into the community.
The program consists of
six lectures given through-
out the day by different
health care professionals,
followed by an open forum
is required and can be tak-
en care of online at http://

mail to sharon.shepherd@
healthsouth.com. The cost
of lunch is included in the
$10 registration fee.
Continuing Education
Credits will be provided
to qualifying participants
by Gulf Coast Community
College and possibly by
the American Speech-Lan-
guage Hearing Association
(ASHA). To receive credit,
participants must attend
the entire conference.
For more information,
contact Sharon Shepherd
at HealthSouth Emerald
Coast Rehabilitation Hos-
pital at 850-914-8632.

CHIPLEY Northwest
Florida Friends of the NRA
will host its annual banquet
Aug. 13.
Social hour starts at 6
p.m., with dinner and auc-
tion starting at 7 p.m. in
the Washington County Ag
Center on Highway 90 in
Tickets are $25 each and
must be purchased in ad-
vance, as space is limited.
Tickets available on a first-

come, first-served basis.
Sponsorships are avail-
able beginning at $250 and
include four dinner tick-
ets. Deadline for sponsor
names to appear in pro-
gram is Aug. 7.
For tickets or sponsor-
ship call Gary Clark at 850-
326-0318 or email gclark@
If you reach his voice
mail, leave your name,
phone number and number

of tickets or level of spon-
sorship desired.
Tickets may also be pur-
chased at Kings Discount
Drugs in Chipley.
"At no time in our na-
tions' history has our
'Right to Bear Arms' been
under more attacks. Please
show your support by mak-
ing plans to attend! Call or
e-mail me today to reserve
your tickets or sponsor-
ship," Clark said.

CHIPLEY The Spanish Trail Playhouse
will present "School House Rock Live"
Aug. 13-15 starting at 7 p.m. each night
Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for chil-
dren and younger. Tickets are available at
Washington County Library, 638-1314.
The Spanish Trail Playhouse is in the
Historic Chipley High School, 680 Second
St. in Chipley.
The cast includes Garrett Brolund as
Tom, Blake Collins as George, Leah Page
as Shulie, Brenna Kneiss as Dori, Eli

Leaving as Joe, Ashleigh Stowe as Dina,
Alex Squires as Sam, Tiffani Wolfe as Ab-
bie, and Stephanie Walters as Lillie.
The staff includes Kevin Russell as
director, Rachel Webb as music director,
Brenna Kneiss as choreographer, Connie
Kowitz as stage manager, Jimmy Miller as
technical director and Steve Mason and
Steve Yates as set directors.
trailplayhouse.com or e-mail spanishtrail

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS Walton County by teams onl
Parks and Recreation is sponsoring an Register
Adult Flag Football League. Armory, 435
The registration fee is $35 per person, Springs, Mo
and the deadline is Aug.21. Registration is For more inf

Gardening Friends

meeting set for Au g. 11

at the Old National Guard
North Ninth St. in DeFlmiak
nday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
formation, call 850-892-8703.

council on A -
g Iig
osts < sses
Weekly activities
at Washington County
Council on Aging: Ev-
ery Monday afternoon
yoga/exercise class
from 1:30-3 p.m. Cost of
this class is $25 a month.
Line dancing every
Tuesday night from 6-
7:30 p.m. Wednesday

welcome to join).

QUINCY Gardening
Friends of the Big Bend will
meet at the North Florida
Research and Education
Center near Quincy at 6:30
p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 11.
The purpose of this
group is to promote gar-
dening and garden rne

and assisting the faculty
and staff of NFREC, an

arm of the University of
Florida's Institute for Food
and Agricultural Sciences.
GFBB member Pete
Diamond will speak about
his work with Florida Natu-
ral Areas Inventory. A brief
business meeting will fol-

Icow. For more in 8ma-
2280 or Gary Knox at 850-

The SCBC blood
drive mobile unit
is scheduled at the
following locations and
The Marianna
center located at 2503
Commercial 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
*Thursday, Aug.6
- Bonifay Post Office,

9 a.m. to noon; Bonifay
IGA, 1-4 p.m.
*Thursday, Aug. 13
- DOT, Chipley, 7:30
a.m. to 1 p.m.
*Friday, Aug. 14
- Chipley Physical
Therapy, 9 a.m. to

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to Care International Ministries
Inc. will sponsor The River Flows
conference on Aug. 7 and 8 at the
Civic Center in DeEliniak Springs
from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Many guest speakers are
*Javetta Saunders, Rhema
Bible College graduate, pianist,
award-winning songwriter, has
also authored and co-authored
several books and appeared on
many television programs. Saun-

ders works in her church, Bonifay
First Assembly of God as pianist,
and President of Women's Minis-
*The Rev. Shirley J. Cunning-
ham is the founder and pastor of
Someone to Care International
Ministries. She has traveled to
India and other countries many
times since the early 90s, where
she held crusades, pastors' lead-
ership meetings and revivals.
Many churches were planted
across India with many pastors

working under this ministry.
*Sandra McClelland is director
of Someone to Care International
and a successful local business-
woman in DeEliniak Springs. She
has worked with the television
programs, and speaks at ladies'
*Pastor Leonard Blount, of
Chipley produces a television pro-
gram and operated his church in
Chipley. His wife, Ann, is an ac-
complished singer, and they will
minister to you in the power of the

Holy Spirit.
*Julie McWaters, Praise
Teams director with Someone to
Care International Ministries Inc.,
is certified in music education and
teaches grades K-4 at Vernon El-
ementary School. She is involved
with nursing home ministry ladies
*A team from Tabernacle of
Praise, Chipley, will be there with
pastor Victor Fisher.
*Ingathering Worship Center
from Graceville with Pastor Phil-

lip Meeks is sending its praise
team led by Brenda Ozert.
*The Rev. Debbie Williams will
also sing.
*Pastor Mike Sasser from
Bonifay and his praise team will
be ministering in praise and wor-
This conference is free to the
public. To reserve a place, call 547-
3299 or e-mail someonetocare@
someonetocare.org. For more
information, log on to www.some


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IAM Inn Ministries Inc.
istries Inc. is looking to rent
or lease to buy an affordable
three-four bedroom, two-bath
house in the C hipley area for its
Transition Home for Women.
The four-year-old ministry is a
501(c) (3) organization that
helps women who find them-
selves homeless after incar-
ce ration and or other unfortu-
nate circumstances.
IAM Ministries is also
looking for a mature Chris-
tian woman for the position
of house manager. Room and
board will be provided. Re-
sponsibilities include super-
vismng the facility, mentoring
residents and working closely
with INN directors.
If you know of a house or
want to apply for house man-
ager, call Gretchen Tindell
at 547-3535, cell 260-2087, or
Becky Huskey at 535-4824, cell

Ygy( Sale
Lighthouse Assembly of
God, 1201 Waukesha Street in
Bonifay will hold a yard sale
in the church fellowship hall
on Friday, Aug. 7, from 7 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Donations are wel-
come. For more information,
call Marie at 638-2027.

Calryville Baptist
Caryville Baptist Church
will be hosting a Bluegrass
Jam on Aug. 7 at 6:30 p.m.
Anyone who wants to pick and
sing (acoustic instruments
only) is welcome. The church
is located at 4217 Old Bonifay,
Caryville Road, Caryville.

Back-to-School Bash
The Fourth Annual com-
munity-wide Back-to-School
Bash will be held at Old Span-
ish Trail Park amphitheater at
6 p.m. Aug. 7.
Free food, soft drinks and
water will be served. Numer-
ous prizes are to be given
away, including MP3 players,
cell phones, a $100 pre-paid
VISA card and a computer.
Cash, school supplies and
lots of gift certificates also
will be given away.
Help the hungry of the com-
munity by bringing a canned
good. Bash is hosted by Cal-
vary United of Crestview. Call

'Who Killed Pepi Roni
CHIPLEY First Presbyte-
rian Church, 658 Fifth St. in
Chipley, will host a Murder
Mystery Dinner Theater on
Saturday, Aug. 8. "Who Killed

A prayer experience
The First United Meth-
odist Church in Bonifay will
host A Prayer Experience on
Wednesday Aug. 19 from 6:30-
8 p.m. and Thursday, Aug. 20
from 5-7 p.m. Prayer rooms
will be open throughout the
church for prayer and medita-
tion; come light candles and
partake of Communion. At-
tend either or both nights.
Parent or guardian must
accompany children under 10
years of age. A nursery will
be provided. For more infor-
mation, e-mail bonifayfumc@
embarqmail.com or call 547-

Restoring stained alass
Johnston will teach a begin-
ning stained glass workshop
at the Art Center, 17 First St.
SE. The workshop will be held
four consecutive Sundays be-
ginning Sept. 13. In this work-
shop, each participant will
learn the art of the stained
glass copper foil method.
They will design their own
simple original stained glass
panel, approximately 10-by-10
inches. They will also receive
step-by-step instruction on
design techniques, pattern
preparation, glass selection,
scoring and breaking glass,
the foiling technique, solder-
ing, the use of patinas and
procedures for finishing a
stained glass panel. The tu-
ition for this class is $80 plus
a $10 supply fee for members
and $90 plus the $10 supply

tati tr is bnmem50b pcen
pst. For moe f rmtin
sill244-127m ere-mi airmds
artsdesignsociety.com. Visit
the ART CENTER Web site at

(rafters sought
Mary Esther United Meth-
odist Church will host its an-
nual indoor craft fair 9 a.m. to
3 p.m. Oct. 6. This year, some
outdoor space also will be
available. Crafters are invited
to make reservations now.
Vendor space is available
for a rental fee of $50. Booths
will be assigned to vendors in
the order applications are re-
ceived. Tables are available
for a rental fee of $8 each.
Items for sale must be appro-
priate for a church event.
MEUMC is at 703 Miracle
Strip Parkway, %/-mile east
of Mary Esther Boulevard.
To reserve a space, contact
Sue Foust at 850-939-7180 or
by e-mail at norwaysueebell
south.net. For other inquiries,
call the church office at 850-

AII Music Night
CHIPLEY Blue Lake Baptist Church upcoming All Mu-
sic Night events: Saturday, Oct. 17, at 4 p.m. and Sunday,
Nov. 1, at 6 p.m. with Calvary Trio (above).
The church is at 1405 Blue Lake Road, just south of
Interstate 10 in Chipley. For more information, call the
church office at 638-1034.

Pepi Roni" will begin at 6:30
p.m. To buy tickets, call 638-

Summer Fun Day
at Live Oak A/G
BONIFAY Live Oak Assem-
bly of God will host a sum-
mer fun day for kids, pre-K
through seventh grade. The
all day event is Aug. 8 from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m., with registra-
tion from 9:30-10 a.m. There
will be a puppet show, crafts,
Bible stories, water games
plus a big slide with hot dogs
and ice cream. Please bring
towels and sunscreen for the
water activities. For more in-
formation, call 547-0194, Live
Oak AOG is located on High-
way 177A about four miles
northwest ofBonifay.

Back to School Fun Day
CHIPLEY A Back to School
Fun Day celebration is sched-
uled for Saturday, Aug. 8, from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Gilmore
Park in Chipley. Free school
supplies will be handed out.
There will also bee free ham-
burgers, hot dogs, sodas, door
prizes, handouts and more.
Guest speaker will be Min-
ister Brad Hamily with Life
Church in Mississippi. Mo-
tivational speakers include
evangelist B. Snipes, Juvenile
Court Judge Genelyn Brown
and her husband, Officer
Several dance groups will
provide entertainment, Bar-
bara Lee Youth Group, UHC
Headquarters, 3rd United
Holiness and 5th United Ho-
liness Church and Shepard's
Gate Church Choir.
This event is co-sponsored
by Christian Women Fellow-
ship Ministry and 5th United
Holiness Church. For more

information, call 229-924-6458
or 229-938-3108.

First Freewill

Baptist revival
First Free will Baptist
Church of Bonifay will hold
revival Aug. 9-14. Aug. 9 ser-
vices are at 6 p.m., and Aug.
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.

One + ONE

Singles Ministry
ONE Singles Ministry of
Shalimar United Methodist
Church is celebrating its 10th
anniversary on Aug. 15 in the
Family Life Center with din-
ner mu ical entertainment
ad fed aiziAg yi nehw sn
been a member of One + ONE
Smngles in the past is invited to
join in the celebration and
those "over 40" singles who
haven't checked us out, what
are you waiting for? Come
join the fun and find out how
much this group can mean in
your life. For more informa-
tion or to make a reservation,
call 651-2152. The cost is $5
for dinner,

Shady Grove
100th Homecomin
Shady Grove Baptist
Church, 1955 Highway 177A,
will celebrate its 100th Home-
coming on Aug. 16 starting at
10 a.m. Guest speaker will be
the Rev. Paul Fries with spe-
cial music provided by Jerry
Kimbrell. Lunch will follow
the service.


The River Flows concert to be held August

7 and 8


to think about

I wonder what the man in Auguste
Rodin's sculpture "The Thinker" is
thinking about. You know the sculpture
I mean. The man is sitting naked, elbow
on knee, chin on fist. All his muscles
are tensed. Even his toes are clenching
at the rock on which he sits.
His whole body is
focused on thinking. He
is thinking purposefully, .
not simply daydreaming. ''
Much commentary is
written about who "The
Thinker" is. Some say
he is a poet. Others
say he is a creator, the ONIE WORD
Creator. Andrew Hollinger
tgMtany men hav tried
of "The Thinker." Men have tried to
become the man who is the thinker. we
call those men Great Thinkers. .
Our Great Thinkers tense their .
bodies in focused thinking. They desire
to know how and why things work. This
thinking process has worked out well
for them and for us. We've benefited
from the Great Thinkers' insight,
innovation and invention. And they've
gotten to mull over subjects the rest of
us don't even know exist.
Great Thinkers have influence. How
many times have you heard someone
quote Thoreau, Ghandi or Churchill?
When a Great Thinker thinks, his
ideas inspire disciples. Those disciples
become an extension of that Great
Thinker's ideas, giving life to all his
thoughts. What's more, the disciples
begin to latch themselves not only to
that Great Thinker's thoughts, but
also to his opinions, giving him a wider
range of influence and power.
I've been reading the thoughts of
some Great Thinkers. Their words
sometimes help my own ideas find
a voice. As I read, I noticed some
similarities in the attributes of many
of our Great Thinkers. Noticed, for
example, that their thoughts reveal a
loss of faith. Their loss of faith. I mean
this in two ways.
Great Thinkers have lost faith
in things that work "just because."
They've been able to discern what
makes things tick. But if some
subject can'thbereduced scientifically,
experimentally or even poetically, it is
a variable in their world equation. Our
Great Thinkers become cynical.
Politics, economics, education and
creation are among the unreliable
sciences that earn criticism from Great
Thinkers. They can't agree on the
principal principles.
A number of Great Thinkers, also,
have lost their personal faith, a faith
in God. For whatever reason, it's too
hard for them to believe in and rely on
Someone that surpasses the empirical
and requires belief without physical
evidence. But then, that's what faith is
supposed to be about.
Of course there are exceptions; my

nee on ortn I cluhes sRreedmill
you come across something that only
happened for one reason, or can be
done only one way."
Not every Great Thinker has
disowned religion. There exist Great
Thinkers of faith, intense and focused
on things political, economic and
educational. We need them; they guide
us through the fog.
The future holds plenty of thinking.
The Great Thinkers of our century will
give us our most memorable advances
in worldwide politics, economics and
technology. It will be amazing. And
what if our Great Thinkers were men
and women of great and unflappable
faith? What if our modern-day
Thoreaus were as reverent as Billy
Graham? What kind of influence would
they have? What would that future look
It gives us pause think.
Andrew Hollinger is the author
of "One Word" and the co-author of
INKST41N, available on i~nes. Fbr
e-mail and information, visit www.

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COm for t for the Sorrowful
The fourth spiritual work of mercy is to comfort the sorrowful.
Unfortunatelythe world is full of ain and suffering ,and we
need not look far to find someone in need
of comforting.Philosophers have often
referred to this realm as a "veil of tears,"
suggesting that sorrow is the essence of
our earthly existence. But surely, that goes
too far.There is joy amongst the sadness,
and great evils often give rise to incred-
ible acts of mercy and forgiveness. Life is a
mixed bag, some good and some bad, and
what gives our lives meaning is the ability
to improve the balance of good over bad.
Sometimes, this involves increasing the
happiness of others and at other times it
means decreasing their pain.Comforting the sorrowful may be
as simple as sending a sympathy card to someone who has lost
a loved one, or it may be as complicated as rescuing someone
who is suicidal.Often, the other person just needs someone to
be with and listen to them.We should not feel com elled to Ive
them advice nor should we presume that we understand what
they are going through. More appropriately, we should just let
them know that we truly care about them and are there to listen
and help.We may wish to consider suggesting or even arranging
professional help for the person suffering. Most people who are
deeply suffering would benefit from professional counseling
of some kindwhether it is with their pastortheir doctoror a
psychotherapist. Finallyalthough we should not assume that we
can do the work of a trained professional, we should try to be
there for them in their hour of need.
Blessed are those whomourn, for theyshallbe comforted.
R.S.V. Matthew 5:4

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Normally when I'm
traveling, I like to listen to
a radio station that plays
Christian music because I like
to sing while I travel. Judy,
my wife, likes talk radio. So
when we travel together, it is
normally one or the
other. We sort of switch
back and forth.
Then there are
times like this past
Friday, when I called
her and invited her :-
out for a date. So
when she got home, FRO
we headed to Panama HE
City. When it's just us Tim
and we want to enjoy
each other's company,
as God intended for us to as
husband and wife, we put the
radio on what I think they call
adult contemporary; it makes
good background music as you
travel together and share.
Actually, on our way home,
"Delilah" was on the radio.
She always has a pretty good
program, as she dedicates
songs to listeners as people
call in and share things on
their minds. And no, I have
not always agreed with her,
but oftentimes, she is right on
target. Friday evening was one
of those times.

A lady called in with some
concerns about her husband;
she was concerned he was
working so much and hard to
support her family, which he
had married into, and now had
to take care of her because her

That's why back in the
days when I did DJ work
on radio stations, I would
take opportunities to host a
program from time to time on
a secular radio station. I could
plant a seed like she did, before
the devil realized what had
been done. That's also why I
like to write these things it

gets His word in to places that
preaching never would.
You see, Jesus once shared
with His disciples as people
began to be concerned about
many things and one man
had asked Jesus to go to his
brother and talk him into
sharing his inheritance with
him, to which Jesus said, "Life
is more than food, and the
body is more than clothing.
Consider the ravens, for they
neither sow nor reap, which
hale neither storehouse
nor barn; and God feeds
"Of how much more
t alue are you than
the birds? And which
of you by worrying
can add one cubit to
his stature? If you
then are not able
to do the least, why
are you anxious for
the rest? Consider
the lilies, how they
grow: they neither
toil nor spin; and
yet I say to you,
even Solomon in
all his glory was
not arrayed like one
of these. If then God so
clothes the grass, which
today is in the field and

tomorrow is thrown into the
oven, how much more will He
clothe you, O you of little faith?
"And do not seek what you
should eat or what you should
drink, nor have an anxious
mind. For all these things the
nations of the world seek after,
and your Father knows that
you need these things. But
seek the kingdom of God, and
all these things shall be added
to you." (Luke 12:23-31, NKJV).
That is some of the best
advice ever given to people
with concerns. Seek the Lord
first. If you are in trouble,
change your priorities and put
Him in first place, and as you
seek him and begin to follow
Him, then the rest of your life
will come together.
"If you are going to worry,
why pray? If you pray, then why

This message has been
brought to you From the Heart
of Tim Hall, Senior Pastor,
Gully Springs Baptist Church,
and author of "Church Go
To Hell!Please?" RO. Box
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west of the light at Highway
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health was not good.
In short, Delilah asked
her if she had prayed, to
which the lady said she
had, and then Delilah
said, "No, you halen't
If you are going to
worry, why pray'
If you pray, then
why worry?"
Judy and I
thought of

people we know
who needed to
hear those words.
Delilah then asked
her whether she
lived where there
were any birds she
could see, and she
said she did. Delilah
then told her that God
loved her more than the
birds, and if He took care at
the birds, He would take care
of her and her situation -:Just
pray and then trust the Lord "
That's pretty good stutt
coming from secular radio.

African Methodist Episcopal
Grant Tabernacle AME 577 Martin
Luther King, Chipley Pastor Is the Rev
Larry Brown
NW Bethel AME US 90 In Bonifay
Pastor Is Alice Hennessey
St John AME 3816 Clemmons Road,
Vernon Service on first and third Sundays
at 11 15 am Pastor Is the Rev Leon
St Joseph AME 1401 Monroe
Sheffield Road, Chipley Pastor Is the Rev
Roy Hudson
St Luke AME 4009 Jackson
Community Road, Vernon Service on
second and fourth Sunday at 11 am
Pastor Is the Rev Leon Singleton
Assembly of God
Bonifay First Assembly 1009S
Waukesha St Pastor Is John Chance
Carmel Assembly of God County
160 In the Bethlehem Community Pastor
is Tommy Moore
Cords of Love Assembly d God 2060
Bethlehem Road in the Kynesville area
Pastor Is Jerry Sanford
Ebro Assembly of God State 79
South Pastor Is Lloyd Lykins
Falth Assemblyof God Underwood
Road behind Poplar Springs School
Pastor Is Charles Carlton
Grace Assemblyof God 567 N Main
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 am Sunday services 11 am
and 6 pm every second Wednesday
fellowship supper Pastor Is Michael
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 d Bonifay Pastor Is
Danny Carnley
Mt Olive Assembly of God Highway
179 A off Highway 2 Pastor Thomas
Ealum Jr
Mt Pleasant Assemblyof God
Highway 179 A, eight miles north of
Westville Pastor Is the Rev Clyde Smith
NW Bethany Assembly of God Shaky
Joe Road just off Highway 280 at HInsons
Crossroads Pastor Is Leon Jenkins
NW Life Fellaship Assembly of
God 695 Fifth St Chipley Pastor Vince
NW 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 Lelsz
Northside Assembly d God
1009 N Rangeline St across from
Bonifay Elementary Pastor Edwin Bell
Smith Chapel Assembly d God
2549 Smith Chapel Road, just off Highway
177 A Pastor George Stafford
Vernon Assembly of God Church
3349 McFatter Avenue Pastor Is the
Rev Wesley Hall
Wausau Assembly d God Highway
77 Pastor Is Danny Burns
Westville Assembly of God Highway
181 Noth Pastor Is Lavon Burke
Winterville Assembly of God
Dogwood Lakes Road Pastor Mitch
Abigall 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
Bethlehem Baptist Highway 177
Pastor Is Dr Wesley Adams
Beulah Anna Baptist Coursey Road a
half-mile off Highway 81 Pastor Is David
Blue Lake Baptist Southeast corner
where |-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 Schnelder
Caryville Baptist 4217 Old Bonifay
Road Pastor Aubrey Herndon
Chipley First Baptist 1300 South Blvd
Pastor Is Michael Orr
Chipley First Free Will Baptist
1387 South Blvd Pastor Is Ben Hull
East Pittman Frealll Baptist half-mile
north of Highway 2 on 179 Pastor Is
Herman Sellers
Eastside Baptist Highway 277,

Esto First Baptist 1050 N Highway 79
Pastor Is Ryan Begue
Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church,
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
Grltney 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 d Chipley
Holyneck Missionary Baptist
3395 Cemetery Lane, Campbellton
Pastor Richard Peterson Sr
Jerusalem Missionary Baptist
614 Bennett Drive, Chipley Price Wilson
Is pastor
Leonia Baptist Church Is located in
northwest Holmes County Pastor Is Stacy
Lovewood Free Will Baptist
1745 Lovewood Road, Cottondale Pastor
Is Henry Matthes
Mt Ararat Missionary Baptist
1233 Old Bonifay Road, Chipley Pastor Is
Dr HG McCollough
Mt ZIon Independent Baptist
Highway 2, one mile west d Highway 79
In Esto Pastor Is Steve Boroughs
NW Beginning Baptist 1049 Sanders
Ave, Graceville Pastor Is Rudolph
NW Concord Free Will Baptist James
Paulk Road off Highway 177 Pastor
James Carnley
NW Hope Baptist Intersection of
Highways 2 and 179A
NW Hope Missionary Baptist Church
(Two Egg), 3996 Wintergreen Road,
NW Orange Baptist 782Alford Road
Pastor Is Alcus Brock
NW Prospect Baptist 761 New
Prospect Road, Chipley Pastor Is Kermit
NW ZIon Baptist Highway 177 A
north of Highway 2
Noma Baptist Highway 175 north of
Highway 2
Northside Baptist Intersection d
Highways 81 and 90 In Ponce de Leon
Pastor Is Ken Harrison
Oakle Ridge Baptist Corner of Orange
Hill and Gilberts Mill roads, southeast of
Orange Hill Baptist 3 6 miles east d
Wausau, off Ploneer Road at 3485 Gainer
Road Pastor Is Phillip Gainer
Orange Hill Missionary 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 Johns
Road, Bonifay
St Matthews Missionary Baptist 4156
St Matthews Road, Caryville Pastor Is the
Rev James Johns
Salem Free Will Baptist 2555
Kynesville Road (Highway 276) between
Cottondale and Alford Pastor Is Donnie
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 Missionary Baptist 3013
Moss Hill Road in Vernon Pastor Rev
Marcellous Willis Jr
Sunny Hills First Baptist 1886 Sunny
Hills Blvd Pastor Is Mike Swingle
Union Hill Baptist Highway 177, a mile
south of Highway 2 Pastor Is Maurice
Unity Baptist 3274 River Road,
HInsons Crossroads Pastor Is Lindsey
Vernon First Baptist, 2888 Church St ,
Wausau First Baptist Highway 77
West Bonifay Baptist 609W Indlana

Grace Lutheran Highway90 East,
Bonifay Interim pastor Is Jerry Conley
Blessed Trinity Catholic Highway
177 A In Bonifay
St Joseph the Worker Catholic
Highway 77 South, Chipley
St TheresaCatholic Church Sunny
Hills Boulevard, Chipley
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 Falth 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
Spirlt-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
Church of God in Prophecy
Bayview Church d God Prophecy
1097 New Bayvlm Church Road, Bonifay
Pastor Herbert Foskey
Church of God of Prophecy 1386 W
Jackson Ave Chipley Pastor Is Ernest
St Matthews Episcopal Highway 90
West, Chipley Vicar Is Ward S Clarke
Harris Chapel Holiness Elght miles
north of Caryville on Highway 179
Pastors are the Rev Norman and Judy
Sweet Gum Holiness 105 Corbln
Road, Cottondale
Third United Holiness 608 W Elghth
Ave, Graceville Pastor Is Arthur Fulton
Kingdom Hall d Jehovahs Witnesses
2048 Highway 77, Chipley
Kingdom Hall d Jehovahs Witnesses
Highway 90, Bonifay
Temples are available in Dothan and
Panama City
Mosque available in Blountstown
Fifth United Pentecostal Holiness
church, 776 Peach Street, Chipley Pastor
is Elder Billy Wilson and Assistant Pastor
is Evangelist B Snipes
First United Pentecostal 1816
Highway 90 W, Chipley Pastor Is James
First United Pentecostal 2100
Highway 90 West, Westville Pastor Jason
Open Pond United Pentecostal 1885
Highway 179 A, Westville Pastor Is Ray
Trinity Pentecostal Tabernacle
Highway 77 between Sunny Hills and
Greenhead Pastor Is Larry Willoughby
True Holiness Pentecostal 5099 Little
Rock Circle, Ebro Pastor Is Louls D
Turning Point First United Pentecostal
Highway 90 West, Chipley Pastor Is
James Caudle
Wausau Pentecostal Holiness 2201
Pioneer Road Pastor Is James Barwick
Seventh Day Adventist
Bonifay Seventh Day Adventist 604
Mathusek St Pastor Is Jeff Westberg
Bethlehem United Methodist Highway
177, look for sign
Bonifay United Methodist Oklahoma
Cedar Grove United Methodist Two
miles west of Millers Crossroads on
Highway 2 Pastor Is John Hinkle
Chipley First United Methodist
1285 Jackson Ave
East Mt ZIon United Methodist
Highway 173 N 10 miles from Bonifay
Lakevlm United Methodist Highway
279 near Five Points, 1970 Lakeview
Drive Pastor Mike Weeks
Mt Ida Congregational Methodist Just
off Highway 2 In Holmes Countys New
Hope community Pastor Is the Rev Tom
NW Hope United Methodist State
Road 79south of Vernon
Orange Hill United Methodist Sunday
Road off Orange Hill Road Pastor Is Ron
Otter Creek United Methodist North
of Ponce de Leon off Highway 81 (look

for sign)
Pleasant Grove United Methodist
2430 Shakey Joe Road, near HInson
Poplar Head United Methodist 1 5
miles north d Highway 2 on Highway 163
Red Hill United Methodist State Road
2, two miles west of SR 79 Pastor Is the
Rev Buddy Pennington
VernonUnitedMethodist Highway79
Pastor Is John Kramer
Wausau United Methodist Highway
Chipley First Presbyterlan Fifth Street
and Watts Avenue
Sunny Hills Presbyterlan 3768 Country
Club Blvd Pastor Is Kenneth Kelley
Amazing Grace Falth 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 Blas
Caryville Evangelistic Center Wrights
Creek Road in Caryville, just north d
Highway 90 Pastor Is Wayne Brannon
Christian Fellowship Center, 1458
Monroe 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
85(k547-1254 or 850-547-4557 Bonifay
Ward Bishop Joshua Bowen Chipley
Ward Bishop Charles Munns
Cornerstone Fellowship of Chipley,
1301 Main St (old Chuckwagon), Chipley,
Sunday services 10 30 am 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 Main Street, Chipley Pastor Is Joey
Cypress Creek Community Church
25 miles west of Alford at 1772
Macedonia Road Pastor Is James
Falth Covenant Fellowship Highway
277 half-mile south of 1-10
Family Worship Center 531 Rock Hill
Church Road
Grace & Glory Worship Center 1328
Railroad Ave, Chipley Pastor Is Debble
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
Liberty Church Creek Road in Vernon
Pastor Is Dennis Boyett
Moss Hill Church Second and fourth
Sunday, 2 pm Off Highway 279
New Effod Church New Effort Church
Road, Bonifay Pastor Is Brent Jones
NW Falth Temple Church of Prayer
FFA P, 841 Orange Hill Road, Chipley,
638-4982, Pastor Annie Holmes
Northwest Florida Christian Church
4465 Highway 77 (meets Sundays at
6 pm for Bible study) Pastor Is Fred
Pine Hill Church 1675 Robins Bridge
Road, Bonifay 32425 Pastors BT
Owens and James Bush
The Potters Hands Greenhead at
corner of Highway 77 and Pine Log Road
Pastors are Robert and Shella Smith
Sapp Holiness Church 2207 Sapp
Road, Cottondale
Someone To Care International
Ministries Inc 1705 Ploneer Road,
Chipley Just 25 miles east of caution
light in Wausau Pastor Is the Rev SJ
Sunny Hills Chapel 4283 Highway 77
Pastor Is William E Holman
Trinity Free Church, Living, Loving
God, old Howell Chevrolet building,
Tuesday and Thursdays at 6 30 pm
each night, Sunday, 230-4 30 pm TG
Hobbs, pastor
Vernon Evangelistic Highway 79
Pastor Keith Mashburn
White Double Pond Pastor Is Michael
The Word Church 335 Alford Road,
Cottondale Pastors are Buddy and
Jeanne Steele


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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Dorothy Jean Bennett,
74, of Fountain died July
30, 2009, at her son's home
in Marianna.
A native and life-
long resident of Bay
County, she was a Civil
Service employee at
Tyndall Air Force Base, a
graduate of Florida State
University and a member
of the Sandy Mountain
Holiness Church. She
also was a member of
the Daughters of the
American Revolution and
Sons and Daughters of the
Survivors include
four sons, Bobby

James Chesley Barber,
68, of Graceville died July
28 at Southeast Alabama
Medical Center in Dothan,
He was born Feb. 15,
1941, in Panama City on to
the late Chesley Barber
and Lizzie Mae Wise
Barber Simmons. He
was retired from Bay
County Fleet Maintenance.
He was a member of
First Assembly of God
Church in Graceville,
where he served as a
board member.
His son, Walter Barber,
preceded him in death.
Survivors include
wife, Joyce of Graceville;
two daughters and two
sons-in-law, Carol and
Glenn Bishop of Bruce

and Brenda and Steve
Rhodes of Graceville; a
brother, Donal Barber of
Vista, Calif.; a sister, Sarah
Barber of Youngstown;
eight grandchildren;
six step grandchildren,
23 stepgreat-grandchildren;
and several special friends.
kneral services were
held July 31 at First
Assembly of God Church
in Graceville with the
Rev. Charles Jackson, the
Rev. Quillian Carver and
the Rev. Albert Hodge
officiating. Burial followed
in Victory Faith Tabernacle
Cemetery (formerly
known as Sand Hill
Community Church) with
James & Lipford kneral
Home in Graceville

Lottie Cooper, 80, of
Chipley died July 24, 2009,
at her home. She was
a native of Washington
County and of the Baptist
Survivors include her
husband, Jessie Thomas of
Chipley; a daughter, Carol
McLintock and husband,
Joseph, of Fonatan, Calif.;
a brother, Edward White
and wife, Ruby, of Miami;
four sisters, Oree Oneal
and husband, Moses, of
Chipley, Margie Dennis
and husband, Walter, of
Panama City, Lorene

Russ of Bronx, N.Y, and
Elene Cotton and husband,
Henry, of DeCatur, Ala.; two
grandchildren and many
other relatives and friends.
General service was
held Aug. 1 at Jerusalem
Baptist Church in Chipley
with the Rev Price Wilson,
the Rev. Cleve Washburn,
the Rev. Larry Brown
and the Rev Bishop
S.J. Williams officiating.
Interment followed in the
Orange Hill Missionary
Baptist Church Cemetery
with Cooper kneral Home
of Chipley directing.

Bennett, Hector Bennett,
Donald Bennett and
Daniel Bennett; one
daughter, Cid Bennett;
two brothers, Bernie
Scott and John Scott;
15 grandchildren; and
10 great-grandchildren.
Memorial services
were held Aug. 1 in the
funeral home's Brickyard
Road chapel in Chipley
with Brown kneral
Home in charge of
arrangements. Cremation
will follow.
Friends and Family
may sign the online
register at www.brownfh.

Trenton Scott Council
died July 27 in Jackson
Hospital in Marianna.
Trenton was the infant son
of Courtney Marie Faber
and Adrian Council of
Survivors include his
parents; a brother, Landon
Michael Faber; maternal
grandparents, Michelle
Marie Faber and David
Scott Faber; paternal

grandparents, Tammery
Council and Dwayne
Council; and many
uncles, aunts, cousins
and other relatives and
Graveside services
were conducted July 31
at Southside Cemetery
in Chipley with Minister
Debbie Williams officiating
and Cooper kneral Home
of Chipley directing.

Brenda Joy Monk, 56, of
Chipley, died July 29, 2009,
in Flowers Hospital in
Dothan, Ala.
A native of Glenn St.
Mary, she had been a
resident of Chipley for
the past 15 years coming
from Hamilton. She was a
sewing machine operator
and was of the Baptist
faith. She always had a
smile on her face and was
able to find the good in any
bad situation.
A son, James Gregory
Johnson, predeceased her.
Survivors include her
husband, Jack Monk of
Chipley; one son, Donald
Johnson of Stockbridge,
Ga.; three daughters,

Charlotte Shy, 89, died
July 26, 2009, in Geneva,
She was born
Dec. 9, 1919, in Covington
County, Ala., to M.D. and
Ella Savage Harrell.
She attended school in
Leonia and graduated
from Walton High
School in 1937 and
attended John Brown
University in Siloam
Springs, Ark., from
1939-1942. She was
employed as a bookkeeper
at Eglin Airfield in Fort
Walton Beach from
1942-1944. She served with
the American Red Cross
in Japan from 1945-1947
and as a director with the
Army Special Services
from 1950-1952.
She married James
H. Shy of the New Hope
Community in 1956
and eventually settled
in Homestead where
she worked with the
Homestead school board
as a library assistant.

Theresa Johnson of
Chipley, Nancy Johnson
of Star City, Ark., and
Sylvia Tanner of Jasper;
one brother, John Henry
Merritt Jr. of Lake Park,
Ga.; seven grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
kneral services were
held Aug. 1 in the funeral
home's Main Street
chapel with the Rev.
Timmy Dykes officiating.
Interment followed in
Piney Grove Cemetery
with Brown kneral Home
of Chipley is in charge of
the arrangements.
The family and friends
may sign the online
register at www.brownfh.

te Shy
She was Baptist by
faith and a member of
First Baptist Church of
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
James Shy; her parents;
and her brothers-in-law,
Fred H. Commander and
Henry Heckertt.
Survivors include
her sisters, Martha
Commander of Darlington
and Annelle Heckertt of
Tulsa, Okla., and several
kneral services were
conducted July 29 at the
Darlington Baptist Church
with the Rev. Terry Smith
officiating. Burial followed
in the Mt. Ida Cemetery in
New Hope.
Memorial donations
may be sent to the
Darlington Baptist
Church, 4751
State Highway 2 E.,
Westville, FL 32464;
or the American Red
Cross, PO. Box 37243,
Washington, DC 20013.

Byron Robert Murphy,
55, of Graceville (Poplar
Springs Community) died
suddenly July 28.
He was born Sept. 5,
1953, in Dothan, Ala.
He was in the Poplar
Springs Class of 1972 and
member of Bethel Baptist
His father, Robert
Murphy, preceded him in
Survivors include his
mother, Valeria Murphy
of Graceville; a son,
Christopher Murphy of
Toccoa, Ga.; a brother
and sister-in-law, Randy

and Mary Murphy of
Cumming, Ga.; and two
General services
were held Aug. 1 at
Bethel Baptist Church
with the Rev. Chester
Padgett and the Rev.
Kent Lampp officiating.
Burial followed in Marvin
Chapel Cemetery with
James & Lipford kneral
Home in Graceville
Memorials may be
made to Bethel Baptist
Church Building And,
1349 Highway 173,
Graceville, FL 32440.

Bro. William Jett, 69,
of the Florida Stateline
community died July 29 in
Signature Healthcare of
North Florida in Graceville.
He was born Oct. 6,
1939, to the late Mr. and
Mrs. Eddie Jett Sr. He was
a member of St. John AME
Survivors include his
children, Lois Guilford
and husband, Phillip,
William C. Jett, Lisa Caver
and husband, Michael,
Renell Ward and husband,
Thomas, Lorraine
Jackson and husband,
Kelvin, James Jett and
wife, Juanita, and Eddie
Jett and wife, Patricia;
three sisters and two
brothers-in-law, Louise

and Giles Hines, Betty
Jett, and Lizzie and Jimmy
Rivers; two brothers and
sisters-in-law, Earnest
and Lillie Jett, and
Edward and Delane Jett;
15 grandchildren; three
great-grandchildren; two
uncles, Foy Dean and
Louis Hill; and a host of
nieces, nephews and other
relatives and friends.
kneral services
were Aug. 1 at the St.
Paul AME Church in
Campbellton. The Rev.
Sandra Jones is pastor
and the Rev Bernard
E. Hudson officiating.
Internment followed in
the church cemetery with
McKinnie kneral Home of
Campbellton directing.

Sibel Frances Deese
Strickland, 76, died July
25, 2009, after an extended
illness. She was born
Oct. 28, 1932, to Wiley and
Millie Deese in Geneva
County, Ala. She loved to
play bingo and work her
word search puzzles, and
loved crocheting.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Gilbert Strickland;
parents; a son-in-
law, Roy Adams;
granddaughter-in-law, Gail
Adams; great-grandson,
Dakota Adams; and a
grand-son-in-law, Edwin
Survivors include three
daughters, Murle Adams,
Glendell Strickland
and Syble Brannon and
husband, Frank; one
son, Gilbert Strickland
and wife, Carolyn,
all of Cottondale; six
sisters, Jeanetta Harris
of Cypress, Opal and
husband, Leroy Watson,

of Marianna, Sarah
and husband, Junior
Breedlove, of Hazelhurst,
Ga., Victoria and
husband, Glen Watson,
of Greenwood, Betty and
husband, Elkin Corbin,
of Cottondale, Bama
and husband, Stafford
Broxton, of Graceville;
four brothers, Houston
Deese and wife, Gwen,
of Blountstown, Louie
Deese and wife, Betty, of
Altha, Deese and wife,
Hewey Joyce, of Marianna
and Dewey Deese and
wife, Jerry, of Cottondale;
seven grandchildren;
14 great-grandchildren;
and several nieces and
kneral services
were held July 28 in the
funeral home chapel with
the Rev. Jackie Register
officiating. Burial followed
in Sapp Church Cemetery
with James & Sikes
kneral Home Maddox
Chapel directing.

Irene (Dean) Pitts,
88, of Bonifay died July
26, 2009, at Southeast
Alabama Medical Center
in Dothan, Ala. She was a
member of the Mt. Olive
Baptist Church.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Aubie Pitts; and one son,
Harold C. Pitt.
Survivors include one
daughter, Elizabeth
Wilcox and husband,
Jim, of Orlando; two sons,
Earl Pitts and wife, B. J.,
of Bonifay and Houston

Pitts and wife, Louise, of
Ocoee; a daughter-in-law,
Joann Pitts of Niceville;
nine grandchildren;
15 great-grandchildren;
and several special
kneral service was
July 31, 2009, at Mt. Olive
Baptist Church with the
Rev. John Taylor and
the Rev. Dennis Pitts
officiating. Interment
followed in Mt. Olive
Cemetery in Bonifay
with Sims kneral Home
Bonifay directing,

11:30 a.m.-Friends of the Wash-
ington County Library meeting,
held at Chipley Woman's Club
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowship, Chipley.
1-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
4 p.m.-Chipley City Council
workshop, held at Chipley City
4:30 p.m.-Holmes County His-
torical Society meeting, held at
Historical Society building, locat-
ed at 412 Kansas Ave. in Bonifay.
6-9 p.m. GED Prep classes
each Wesday and Thursday at
Washington-Holmes Technical
Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.-TOPS meeting, held at
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, located
three miles north of Bonifay on
Highway 79.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Tax
Watch meets at Simbo's Restau-
rant on Highway 79 in Bonifay.
6 p.m.-Ponce de Leon City
Council meeting.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, held at Blessed 11inity
Catholic Church in Bonifay.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held at New Hope Volun-
teer Fire Station, located on High-
CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County
Library open.
1-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open
9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.-Chipley Li-
brary open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Homes Council
on Aging provides bingo, exercise,
games, activities, hot meals and
10:30-11 a.m.-Wausau Library

preschool storytime.
11 a.m.-Washington Council on
Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance
until 10 p.m. Music by the Country
Boys. Admission $5; Children 12
and under free with parents. No
smoking or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways. Refresh-
ments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at Presbyte-
rian Church in Chipley.
8 a.m.-noon-Holmes County Li-
brary open.
CLOSED: Wausau Library,
Chipley Library, Vernon Library
7 p.m. Slocomb VFW dance
until 10 p.m. Music by the Country
Boys. Admission $5; Children 12
and under free with parents. No
smoking or alcohol. Door prizes
and 50/50 giveaways. Refresh-
ments available.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held at Bonifay Method-
ist Church, Oklahoma Street.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held in the board
room at Graceville-Campbellton
Hospital Boardroom, Graceville.
CLOSED: Wausau Library,
Vernon Library.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council
on Aging provides bingo, exercise,
games, activities, hot meals and

11 a.m.-Washington Council on
Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
5 p.m.-VFW Post 10085 regu-
lar monthly meeting, held at
posthome, located on Highway
279 North in Vernon. For more in-
formation, call 638-4002.
5:30 p.m.-Washington County
School Board meeting.
6-7:30 p.m.-Salvation Army Do-
mestic Violence and Rape Crisis
Program (SADVP) will be hosting
a domestic violence support group
each Monday. The meeting will be
heldatthe SADVPRural Outreach
office at 1461 S. Railroad Avenue,
apartment one, in Chipley. Call
Emma or Jess at 415-5999.
6 p.m.-Bonifay City Council
6 p.m. Five Points Crime
Watch Supper will be served at
6 p.m. For more information, call
535-2312 or 535-2657.
6:30-8:30 p.m.-Conversational
English classes for internation-
als, held at Shiloh Baptist Church.
Contact church office, 638-1014 or
Karma Cook, 638-8418.
7 p.m.-Vernon City Council
7 p.m. Vernon Lodge 164
F&AM. Call Johnny Worthington
7:30 p.m.-Vernon Masonic
Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, held at Blessed
'IYinity Catholic Church, located
on Highway 177A, Bonifay.
CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-5 p.m.-Holmes County
Library open.
8:30 a.m.-Orange Hill Soil and

Water ConservationDistrictmeet-
ing at the Ag Center in Chipley.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
1-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
9 a.m.-Tourist Development
Council meeting.
9 a.m.-Holmes County Com-
mission meeting.
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m.-Wausau Li-
brary open.
10 a.m.-noon Holmes Council
on Aging provides hot meals and
11 a.m.-Washington Council on
Aging (located in Chipley) senior
lunches, for reservations call 638-
6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Chipley Kiwanis Club
weekly meeting.
Noon-Alcoholics Anonymous
open meeting, New Life Assembly
Fellowship Hall, Chipley.
5:30 p.m. Holmes Council on
Aging Board meeting
5:30 p.m. Chipley Downtown
Merchants Association, 827 Main
6-9 p.m. GED Prep classes
each Wesday and Thursday at
Washington-Holmes Technical
Center, 757 Hoyt St. in Chipley.
6 p.m.-Holmes County Devel-
opment Commission meeting.
6 p.m.-Chipley City Council
6 p.m.-Ebro City Council meet-
7 p.m.-Caryville City Council
7:30 p.m.-Wausau Masonic
Lodge meeting.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held at Presbyterian
Church in Chipley.
8 p.m.-Narcotics Anonymous
meeting, held at Blessed 'IYinity
Catholic Church in Bonifay


Dorothy J. Bennett

Lottie Cooper

Trenton S. Council

Brenda J. Monk

Byron R. Murnh

Bro. William Jett


Sibel Frances Strickland

Irene Pitts

Communi-ty CALENDAR

CLOSED: Wausau Library
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Holmes County
Library open.
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
1-6 p.m.-Vernon Library open
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council
on Aging provides hot meals and
socialization. .
10 a.m.-2 p.m. The Vernon His-
torical Society Museum is open to
the public every Wednesday from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
10:30 a.m.-Chipley Garden Club
11 a.m.-Washington Council
on Aging (located in Chipley) se-
nior lunches, for reservations call
638-6217, donations accepted.
Noon-Bonifay Kiwanis Club
weekly meeting, held at Simbo's
Restaurant in Bonifay.
1 p.m. Line dancing, Washing-
ton Council on Aging in Chipley
7 p.m.-Depression and Bipo-
lar Support Group-meets at First
Baptist Church educational annex
building in Bonifay. Call 547-4397.
8 p.m.-Alcoholics Anonymous
meeting, held at Ponce de Leon
Methodist Church on Main Street
in Ponce de Leon.

CLOSED: Vernon Library
8 a.m.-Holmes County Library
9 a.m.-6 p.m.-Chipley Library
1-6 p.m.-Wausau Library open.
10 a.m.-12 p.m. Holmes Council
on Aging provides hot meals and
11 a.m.-Washington Council on
Aging (in Chipley) senior lunches.
Call 638-6217, donations accepted.


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Wednesday, August 5, 2009


Holmes County Times-Advertiser I Washington County News | BY

DOTHAN, Ala. Each
Saturday in August, Land-
mark Park will present
fun, educational family
programs at 10 a.m. in the
Interpretive Center Audi-
torium. These programs
are free for park members
and free with paid gate ad-
mission for nonmembers.
Space is limited, so call 334-
794-3452 for a reservation.
Aug. 8 Dog Training
Our four-legged, furry
friends will be the star of
this program as local canine
specialist Renee Jones,
along with her canine
teaching assistant, show
visitors the correct way to
interact with dogs. Visitors
will also learn training tips
they can use with their own
family pets.
Aug. 15 Alabama
Louise Grider of Sweet-
gum Hollow Wildlife Center
out of New Brockton will
bring nonreleasable, reha-
bilitated hawks native to this
region. Their feeding, hunt-
ing and nesting habits will
be discussed and you will
have the opportunity to see
these creatures up close.
Aug. 22 Gardening
for Birds:
Learn how to attract

birds to your yard with blue-
bird enthusiast Dr. Gary
Manfready. Manfready will
share his knowledge of birds
and gardening with tips and
advice on which plants work
best in attracting our beau-
tiful feathered friends.
Aug 29 Come Find
Your Way:
Come find your way with
County Extension Agent
Philip Carter and his im-
pressive GPS units. Carter
will give a brief introduc-
tion on how the units work,
and then you will get the
chance to test your skills at
finding hidden clues spread
throughout the park. This
program is limited to 40
people. If the 10 a.m. ses-
sion fills, another will be of-
fered at 2 p.m.
Admission is free with
paid admission to the park
($4 for adults, $3 for chil-
dren 4-15, free for members
and children 3 and under).
Reservations are required.
Landmark Park, home
of the Alabama Agricultur-
al Museum, is a 100-acre
historical and natural sci-
ence park on U.S. Highway
431 North in Dothan, Ala.
For more information and
to register for a program,
contact the park at 334-794-

MARIANNA Chipola Chapter, NSDAR members recently attended a luncheon in Tallahassee honoring
new State Regent Barbara Whalin Makant and the Florida State DAR officers. Makant's theme for her
administration is "Florida Daughters Fanning the Spirit of DAR through Historic Preservation, Education
and Patriotism." Her project is to raise funds to help visually impaired veterans through "Paws for Patriots
under the umbrella of Southeastern Guide Dogs. Pictured, from left, are Cyndi Miller, Mary Robbins, Ellen
Wright, Barbara Makant, Barbara Revell and Dorcas Jackson. Not pictured is Sharon Wilkerson. For
information about Chipola Chapter, NSDAR please contact Regent Ellen Wright at footprints@phonl.com
or 850-482-7685.

Spiny lobster season begins Aug. 6

Energy fundS
Area Agency on Agingfor
North Florida announced
that funds are available to
assist the elderly with their
home energy crisis.
To be considered
eligible for this program,
the applicant must be
at least age 60 with a .
household income within
150 percent of the poverty
level ($16,245 per year for a
single person household),
and the applicant's utility
bill must indicate a past
due or immediate threat of
Other assistance may
be provided, according to
the program guidelines,
such as fans, air
conditioning repair and
connections fees/deposits.
For more information, call
the Elder helpline at 800-

Peonut~~ Fil
University of Florida will
host its annual Peanut
Field Day at the North
Florida Research and
Education Center, 3925
Highway 71 in Marianna,
one mile south of
Greenwood, on Thursday,
Aug. 20. Registration

begins at 8 a.m. CDT
followed by introductions
and research tours.
Topics include: Weed
Control; Tillage, Crop
Rotation, and Gypsum;
Control of Leaf Spots and
White Mold; Control of
Spotted Wilt; Pesticide
Handling and Safety;
Control of Root Knot
Nematode and Peanut
Lunch will be provided
after the field tour. For
more information, call 850-

U.S.S. Columbus
U.S.S. Columbus
Veterans Association is
extending an invitation to
all Navy and Marine Corps
shipmates who served
on the USS Columbus
CA-74/CG-12 from 1944
through 1976 and the USS
Columbus (SSN-762) past
and present to attend a
reunion Sept. 30-Oct. 3 at
the Holiday Inn Select in
Nashville, Tenn.
Contact Allen R. Hope,
3828 Hobson Road, Fort
Wayne, IN 46815-4505,
or call 260-486-2221 from
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET; fax
260-492-9771; or e-mail

sold frozen, not live like Maine lob-
sters. Unlike their cold-water cous-
ins, they don't have claws only the
tail is eaten. Lobster-lovers some-
times debate the merits of both vari-
eties, but many Floridians prefer the
spiny lobster because it is lower in
cholesterol and they appreciate that
it is harvested locally.
When purchasing Florida's spiny
lobsters, you should plan on about
one pound per serving. Follow these
tips to make the most of your culinary
*Cook lobster tail meat until
opaque and plump.
*Boiled lobster: Place in boiling
salted water and simmer for 12 to 15
minutes. For tails only, simmer for 5
to 10 minutes depending on size.
*Grilled lobster: Brush tail meat
with olive oil and place on grill, meat
side down, for 5-6 minutes per side.
*To remove tail meat from a raw,
whole lobster: Break tail section
away from the body. Cut through the
underside of the tail shell with kitch-
en shears. Pull shell apart from top to
fan tip and remove meat. Remove the
sand vein with a shallow cut along the
top of the meat.
If you want to go a little more
gourmet, try this "Crab-Stuffed Flor-
ida Lobster" recipe created by the
Florida Department of Agriculture
and Consumer services' Bureau of
Seafood and Aquaculture. This rec-
ipe offers a double bonus because it

contains Florida spiny lobster and
Florida blue crab.

Ch bstffed Flo ida Lobfa*t sister
2 whole Florida lobsters, split
1 tablespoon butter
1 tablespoon Florida celery, finely
1 shallot, finely chopped
1 teaspoon flour
1 teaspoon dry mustard
1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/4 cup milk
%/ cup Florida crab meat, flaked
1 tablespoon butter, melted
3 tablespoons dry breadcrumbs
Rinse lobster body cavitythoroughly; set
aside. In a small skillet, saute the celery and
shallot in butter until soft. Stir in the flour,
dry mustard, cayenne and milk.Simmer
until thickened.Add crab meat and spoon
mixture into the lobster body. Brush lobster
meet with melted butter.Sprinkle bread-
crumbs and paprika over crab stuffing and
lobster meat. Bake on ovenproof pan at
4000 F for 15 to 20 minutes until cooked
through and lightly browned. Yield: 2 serv.
Nutritional Value Per Serving: Calories
465, Calories From Fat 151, Total Fat 17 g,
Saturated Fat 85 g, Trans Fatty Acid 0, Cho.
lesterol 236 mg, Total Carbohydrate 15 g,
Protein 59 g, Omega 3 Fatty Acid 1.06 g.
For more Florida seafood information
and recipes, visit www.FL-Seafood.com.

opening of the Florida spiny lobster
harvest season kick-off is August 6.
Spiny lobsters, also known as rock
lobsters, are crustaceans related to
crabs, shrimp, crayfish and the Span-
ish lobster.
The commercial fishery for spiny
lobster occurs off South Florida and
primarily in the Florida Keys. The
majority of the spiny lobster landed
in the U.S is from Florida. According
to the National Oceanic Atmospheric
Administration's National Marine
Fisheries, spiny lobster population
levels are estimated to be high and
no over fishing is occurring. Howev-
er, to assure sustainability, Florida's
spiny lobster industry supports a trap
reduction program put forth by the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission. This program will
help reduce the number of traps that
can be used in the commercial spiny
lobster fishery.
Current Florida regulations for
the spiny lobster fishery include a
commercial trap reduction program,
a harvest season that goes from Aug.
6 to March 31, a minimum carapace
length of three inches, gear prohibi-
tions and prohibition of harvesting
egg-bearing lobsters.
A cooked spiny lobster produces
a melt-in-your-mouth white meat
that is mild with a slightly sweet
flavor. It is low in calories and high in
protein. Spiny lobsters are usually

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CONSTITUTES CONSENT Esq. binding contract shall re- Name In which assessed: Clerk of the Circuit Court Commence at an axle degrees 48 minutes 51 227/591 OR 228/328 OR
TO THE TERMINATION Attorneyfor Andrew Miller sult until such time as a Billy Wayne & Linda Holmesounty Florida comarkig the Southwest seconds West, along the 228/329 OR 228/780 OR
OF PARENTAL RIGHTS Florida Bar No. 0537322 written contract has been Charboneau As prublished In the creofSection 31, North boundary of said 229/467OR 229/7110OR
OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU Michael D. Welnstock, PA. executed by the proper au- Said property being In the Holmes County Township 6 North, Range Section 29, a distance of 231/5 OR 231/353 OR
FAIL TO APPEAR ON THE 795 East John Sims Park- thority of the County of County of Holmes, State of Times-Advertiser August 5, 15 West, Holmes County, 1323.19 feet to the North- 235/91 OR 235/870 OR
DATE AND TIME SPECl- way, Sulte 1 Holmes and the party to Florida. 12, 19, 26, 2009. Florida, and run South 87 west corner of the North- 236/763 OR 241/777 OR
FIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL Niceville, Florida 32578 whom the bidhas been Unless such certificate NTC FTXDE degrees, 33 minutes 16 east Quarter of said (For 249/696 OR 253/362 OR
LEGAL RIGHTS AS APAR- Telephone:: (850) awarded. County of shall be redeemed accord- APPLICATION seconds East along the more legal refer to Tax R 253/587 OR 254/810 OR
ENT TO THE CHILD OR 729-7770 Holmes Is an Equal Op- Ing to law the property de- NOTICE IS HEREBY South boundary of said And belong further de- 258/660 OR 260/811 OR
CHILDREN. Fax: (850) 729-7705 portunity Employer. All scribed In such certificate GVNThtDnoIISection 31, a distance of scribednOR 385 Page 261/383 OR 261/878 OR
As ublshe inthePerson Giving Notice: questions shall be directed shall be sold to the highest LCthhodrftefl-2358.46 feet to a point, 613 as: 291/606 and OR 296/152
Holmes County Andrew Miller to Sherry Fitzpatrick, Ad- bidder at the courthouseloncetfaehsfld thence leaving the South Commence at wood hub Name In which assessed:
Time-Adertier ugut 5,471200t Steet minitraive Assistant, door on the 10th day of said certificate for a tax boundary of said Section marking the Northeast cor- Equivest Limited Partner-
12, 19, 26, 2009. Baldwin, Wsconsin 54002 850-547-1119. See our SEPTEMBER, 2009, at detob sudhron31, run North a distance of ner of Section 29, Town- ship
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT As published In the w e b s I t e .I 11:00 A.M. Th etfct ubrad1386.83 feet to a point In ship 6 North, Range 15 Said property being In the
FOR OLMS CONTY Holmes County www.holmescountyfl.org In DATED this 24th day of yaofsunc ted-the centerline of a 60 feet West, Holmes County, Countyof Holmes, State of
FLORIDA Times-Advertiser August 5, the "Bld Info" section for JULY, 2009. scito fte rywide roadway, utility and Florlda and run North 86 Florlda.
PROBTE IVISON 2, 009.bidInfomaton. Signature: Cody Taylor, and the names in oh h It drainage easement, degrees 48 minutes 51 Unless such certificate
File No. 09-68PR IN THE CIRCUIT COURT As published In the Clerk of the Circuit Court wsasse r sfl thence North 00 degrees seconds West, along the shall be redeemed ac-
Division Probate OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL Holmes County Holmes County, Florida lows: 1mnue06scdsNorth boundary of said cording to law the property
IN RE: ESTATE OF CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR Times-Advertiser August 5, As published In the CtfcaeN.34 East, along said centerline Section 29, a distance of described In such certifl-
SEU.A CLAIRE KURZELL HOLMES COUNTY, FLOR- TTO OBDM-T sdetsrA nS Year7 of Issuance May 31 tosac 9 ner teshd teotht
GENRA JUISICTONTORGRDER :Holes12, 19, 26, 2009. Decito fPoet: said centerline run North east Quarter of said Sec- house door on the 10th
NOTICE TO CREDITORS DIVISION County Board of Commis- NOTICE OF TAX DEED SEC: 23 TWN: 05 RNG: 16 53 degrees 03 minutes 38 tlon 29, thence South 00 day of SEPTEMBER, 2009,
The administration of the CASE NO: 08-174CA slaners Is accepting APPLICATION Los1 4 rgtsseconds East, a distance degrees 56 minutes 18 at 11:00 A.M.
estate of Stella Claire NATIONSTAR MORT- sealed bids for one (1) Mo- NOTICE IS HEREBY Creek Farms, an unre- o54.6fefraPonofseconds West, along the DTDti 4hdyo
Kurzell, deceased, whose GAGE,LLCF/K/ACENTEX tor Grader. Bldspecifica- GIVEN, That Denton II corded subdivisionpe Beginning, thence from West boundary of the JULY2009.
date of death was June 23, HOME EQUITY COM- tlans may be picked up at LLC, the holder of the fol- plat recorded In Official si on fBgnigNrhatQatro h intr:Cd alr
2009, Is pending In the Cir- PANY LLC the County Commission- lowing certificate has filed Records Book 389 at Page continue Nt 53 degrees Notes Qatrofs lmerk Cof the Cclt ourt
cult Court for Holmes PLAINTIFF ers Office located at 107 E said certificate for a tax 533 and as amended by 0mnue38scdsSection 29, a distance of Hle ony lrd
County, Florida, Probate VS. Virginla Ave., Bonifay, FL deedto be issued thereon. Joinder of Plat recorded In East, a distance of 581.34 1336.77 feet to the North- As published In the
Division, the address of JAMES JR. ADKISON: TE- 32425 or online at The certificate number and Official Records Book 390 feet to a point, thence east corner of the South- Holmes County
which Is 201 North Okla- RESA ADKISON: ANY AND www.holmescountyfl.org year of Issuance, the de- at Page 210, Holmes South 01 degrees 15 mmn- west Quarter of the North- Times-Advertiser August 5,
homa Street, Bonifay, Flor- ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES BIDS must be SEALED scription of the property, County, Florida, ue31scnsEt east Quarter of said Sec-12192620.
Ida 32425. The names CLAIMING BY THROUGH, and plainly marked "Motor and the names In which It SW-OR391/318dsa ofl3 r tlon 29, thence South 86 NOTICE OF TAX DEED
and addresses of the per- UNDER, AND AGAINST Grader" and may be sub- was assessed are as fol- And being further de- a 60 oot wId e etroadway, degrees 53 minutes 39 APPLICATION
sonal representative and THE HEREIN NAMED IN- matted to the Holmes los scie R39,Pg utilty anddrnae eoase-y seconds Eastadistanceof NOTICE IS HEREBY
the personal DIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) County Commissioner's Certificate No. 362 318 menlty thnce druna along 56.47 feet to a point In the GIVEN, That Verona V
repesetatve' atorny WO AE NT KOWNOffice, 107 E Virginla Ave, Year of Issuance May 31, Lots 13 and 14, Wright's said centerline as follows: cneln f 0otwd LLC, the holder of the fol-
are set forth below. TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, Bonifay, FL 32425, be- 2007 Creek Farms, an unre- Suh5ders21m-roadway, utility and drain- lowing certificate has filed
All creditors of the dece- WHETHER SAID UN- tween the hours of 8:00 Description of Property: corded Subdivision perutes 28 secons est a1 ag aeentecesi eriae o a
dent and other persons KNOWN PARTIES MAY a.m. 4:00 p.m., Monday SEC: 22 TWN: 05 RNG: 16 plat recorded In Official distance of 256.92 feet to a South 31 degrees 42 mln- deed to be issued thereon.
having claims ordemands CLAIM AN INTEREST AS through Friday, except le- W1/2 OF SE %/ OR Records Book 389 at Page pontec ot 1d-utes 23 seconds West, The certificate number and
against decedent's estate SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI- gal holidays. All bids must 204/305 OR 208/431 OR 533 and as amended by gr~t tees 39miutes 59sc ln adcneln ads ero sune h de-
on whom a copy of this SEES, GRANTEES OR be submitted on the motor 223/441 OR 226/228 OR Joinder of Plat recorded In ondes W9muest a9 dstac aofg tanc o 103 fenetfor a dsc erpto of Isa the proerty
notice Is required to be OTHER CLAIMANTS: grader bid specification 227/256 LIFE ESTATE Official Records Book 390 265fetoapon Polnt of Beginning, thence and the names In which It
served must file their JOHN DOE AND JANE form. All bids must be re- ONLY RELINQUISH LIFE at Page 210, Holmes th.5 enet Sout 46 dere ro adPon fBgi-wsasesdarsfl
clams iththi cort OE S UKNON TN-ceived prior to 4:00 pm, EST OR 250/227 County, Florida. 05 minutes 19 seconds ning run South 00 degrees lows:
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 ANTS IN POSSESSION August 10, 2009. Blds will And being further de- Name In which assessed: Wsadstneo20.856 minutes 18 seconds Certificate No.365
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The date of first publica- bid by the Holmes County 278.00 FEET TO THE at 11:00 A.M. FER TO TAX R Corner of Section 29, 214/385 OR 221/237 OR minutes 33 seconds East
tion of this Notice August Commission shall in no POINT OF BEGINNING. DATED this 24th day of And being further de- Township 6 North, Range 222/540 OR 224/722 OR for a distance of 626.59
5, 2009. way be considered a bind- CONTAINING 2.08 AC- JULY 2009. scribed in OR 385 Page 15 West, Holmes County. 224/724 OR 224/726 OR feet to the Point of Beginn-
Michael D. Welnstock, Ing contract and no such RES, MORE OR LESS. Signature: Cody Taylor, 621 as: Florlda and run North 86 224/728 OR 224/730 OR Ing. Containing 3.09 ac-

The City of Bonifay is con-
sidering applying to the
Florida Department of
Community Affairs (DCA)
for a Fiscal Year 09 Emer-
gency Set Aside Small Cit-
les Community Develop-
ment Block Grant (CDBG)
of up to $650,000.00.
These funds must be used
for one of the following
To benefit low and
moderate Income persons:
To ald in the pre-
vention or elimination or
slums or blight: or
v etdtheneummun
a particular urgency be-
cause existing conditions
pose a serious and Imme-
diate threat to the health or
and where other financial
resources are not available
to meet such needs.
The categories for which
these funds may be used
are in the areas of housing
or neighborhood revitaliza-
n umm a v

opment and Include a varl-
etyof activitiesincluding:
Housing & Nelghborhood
Revitalization: housing re-
habilitation, demolition of
dilapidated housing and
relocation of residents,
weatherization and energy-
efficiency improvements
code enforcement, land
assembly or site prepara-
tlon for new construction,
h Ical Im movements ac
tpyl s suchp as water and
sewer p m

drainage andp neighbor

h db aendta zea

t ee s c

vptee fr ro a sinestso
purchase of machinery
dse pment or energy
For each activity that is
th na te nt

dsmoderate Income per-
In developing an applica-
tlon for submission to
DCA, the City of Bonifay
must plan to minimize dis-
placement of persons as a
result of planned CDBG
activities. In addition, the
City of Bonifay is required
to develop a plan to assist
displaced persons.
The public hearing to re-
ceive citizen views con-
cerning the community's
housing and community
development needs will be
held in the City Council
Meeting Room in the City
Hall in Bonifay on Tues-
day, August 11, 2009 at
11:00 A.M. To obtain ad-
nnal tinforr tcon ann-
contac thee City Clerk
(850) 547-4238. The Public
t In la hbaer Tcapcpoend
accessible location. Any
hand a edntepr enr

the hearing Impaired or

a ta th I dCI
August 200b9eand a -

Any non-English speaking
person wishing to attend
tchoent bl eheCat ngClshkould
August 7, 2009 and a lan-
guage Interpreter will be

8DODO 955-8pMseand a
for relay to the City of Bon-

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2009-DP-01 .
C. I. S. (d.o.b..
(SEC. 39.801 (b) FS)
The State of Florida to
I fath wh d
nd ad esscue reloence
You are hereby notified
that a Petition under oath
has been filed in the above
styled Court for the Termi-
nation of Parental Rights in
the case of C. I. S., a child
to Licensed child place
ment agency for subse-
quent adoption
You are hereby noticed
that an Advisory Hearing
will be held before the
Honorable Allen Register
Judge of the Circuit Court
Fourteenth Judicial Circult,
at the Holmes County
Courthouse, 201 North Ok-
lahoma, Bonifay, Florida
32425, on the 22nd dayof
September 2000, at the
hour of 8:30 a.m
You have the right to ap-
pear with counsel at this
hearing. If you can not af-
ford legal representation
the Court will appoint
counsel for you at this
hearing upon the determi-
nation of Insolvency. You
must either appear on the
date and at the time specl-
fled or send a written re-
sponse to the Court prior
to that time


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res, more or less.
Name In which assessed:
Christlam G. Escobar and
Sald property being in the
County of Holmes, State of
Unless such certificate
shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law the property
described in such certifl-
cate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 10th
day of SEPTEMBER, 2009,
at 11:00 A.M.
JDUALTY 0 Is 24th day of
Sll nkatume CCod CTayldor,
Holmes County, Florlda
As published in the
Holmes County
Times Advertiser August 5,

12, T9 6020 AX DEED
G ENhe er fntdheer
lowing certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon.
arcertl e nc bheeadned
oenn mtehselnp hpeh
woas assessed are as fol-
Certificate No. 124
Year7of Issuance May 31
scriptionT 00p5dR G

4 56

8 6F R
And being further de-
scribed in OR 358, Page

s nd sT k
a n 51nNSectl n3
14 West
Name In which assessed:

I m St h
Flol such certificate
shall be redeemed ac-
cording to law the property
described in such certifl-
cate shall be sold to the
highest bidder at the court-
house door on the 10th
day of SEPTEMBER, 2009,
at 11:00 A.M.
DATED this 24th day of
JULY 2009.
Signature: Cody Taylor,
Clerk of the Circult Court
Holmes County, Florlda
As published in the
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser August 5,
12, 19, 26, 2009.
LLC, the holder of the fol-
lowing certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon.
The certificate number and
year of Issuance, the de-
scription of the property
and the names in which it
was assessed are as fol-
Certificate No. 465
Year of Issuance May 31,

nption of Property:
SEC: 1 TWN: 04 RNG: 17

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SECONDS E. 1678.18
W.246.72 (FOR MORE LE-
And being further de-
scribed in OR 403, Page
smm r f tthhe o -
east % of the Northeast %
of Section 2, Township 4
North, Range 17 West of
Holmes County Florlda;
t4h0enm us 3S2 c d
1579.76 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence run S

t8h n 9 41nd
14 minutes 02 seconds W
589.98 feet to the Westerl
ea wayh ee ofrua
I s ch vi o as
elt nOgl 96h greea
43 minutes 37 seconds, for
aenet edn e a In1
right of way hne onr a bear
minutes 15 seconds W
744.4 eet to Point of be-

V e n rh

sa oes meee ac
cording to law the property
described in such certifl-

DU Y 0 Is 24th day of
Signature: Cody Taylor
Clerk of the Circult Court
Holmes Couhn Florldathe

ms dvertiserAu stnt5
12, 19, 26, 2009.
GIVEN, That Winder VI
LLC, the holder of the fol-
lowing certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax
deed to be issued thereon.
The certificate number and
year of issuance, the de-
scription of the property
and the names in which it
was assessed are as fol-
Certificate No. 15
Year7 of Issuance May 31,
Description of Property:
N 524 M/L TH W 420 M/L
TH N 66 M/L TH E 275
M/L TH N 411.40 M/L TO
1454.06 M/L TO S LINE
DES OR 175/530 OR
And being further de-
r6bed in OR 269, Page
Commence at the SW cor-
ner of the SE % of Section
33, Township 7 North,
Range 13 West and run S
89 degrees 35 minutes 00
seconds E along the South
line of said SE % 420.0
feet to the Point of Beginn-

| 1100 |
Ing; thence run N 01 de-
grees 22 minutes W. 524.0
feet, more or less; thence
00 seconds W 66.0 feet,
more or less; thence S 89
degrees 35 minutes 00
seconds E 275.0 feet.
more or less; thence N 01
degrees 22 minutes W.
411.40 feet, more or less
to the L & N Rallroad spur;
thence S 46 degrees 05
minutes E. 1454.06 feet,
more or less to the South
line of said SE %; thence
NO8s9ecdoen s ,3a50 na
S orll s to8t78.5PO
Name in which assessed:
Timothy W. Hall
Said property being in the
County of Holmes, State of

s besu e certificate
rdinbeto law the hprope y
eshalld r ata et tuh
house door on the 10th
day of SEPTEMBER, 2009
at 11:00 A.M.
DU Y 0 s 24th day of
rnkaturee CCod CTaufltor,
Imes bClouhned Floridathe
Holmes County
me-A2dve August 5,

sLo ne rtf tre h aefl

o n e
and the names in which it
was assessed are as fol-

I snNoanPeo2pe :31,
SEC: 27 TWN: 04 RNG:

4 3 e RG2 4 dOeR
r9bed in OR 234, Page
Lot One (1) of the W. C.
Graves Estate comprising
4.27 acres, more or less,
according to plat of said
estate on file in the Public
Records of Holmes
County, Florida, all being
In the SW % of the SE %
of Section 27, Township 4
North, Range 17 West,
Holmes County Florida.
Name in which assessed:
James Paul Graves, Jr.
Said property being in the
County of Holmes, State of
Uhn ssbesu e certdfic t
cording to law the property
described in such certifl-
esthalld rato etootuhrte
house door on the 10th
dayof SEPTEMBER, 2009,
at 11:00 A.M.
DATED this 24th day of
JULY 2009.
Signature: Cody Taylor,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Holmes County Florida
As published in the
Holmes County
Times-Advertiser August 5,
12, 19, 26, 2009.
GIVEN, That John P or
Patricia Alford, the holders
of the following certificate
has filed said certificate for
a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate

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Rose's Vintage
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B&B Furniture 1342 North
RR Aven cehaple ua y
f tur 0 5n7 211

Lorna Anderson's "Back
to School" yard sale. Frl-


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Ladles clothes, shoes
handbags. Baby Items
ol r hstrholl air ou
spotty eatsFuro rce
ens, ToandToohous old
Ilst. 686 Hwy 90, Chipley
(2% miles east of Intersec-
tlon of Hwy 90 & Hwy 77).

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Garage Sale. Furniture,
dishes, clothes, tools and
lots of misc Items. Friday &
841 Falling Waters Rd.,
Chipley. 8am-till.
GOODS SALE: Friday and
Saturday, August 7th &
8th, 2009.8:00AM-5:00PM.
Located on the bypass
(Maple Avenue), Geneva,
AL. Near Courthouse.
Multi-Family Yard Sale:
just north of Bethlehem
So onu tl p .
or Shine, August 7th & 8th.
Tharpe & Sons Mini
Storage, Hwy. 77 south,
will have a huge disposal
sale, Saturday, August 8th

rd a Salt.p Aug. 8th.
3 Families lots of different
stuff Including plants. 7am
t dCorn of 77 & South
Yard Sale: Saturday, Au-
gust 8th, starts 8a.m. at
751 Dalton St., Chipley. In
"'et nu u ing behind
Yard Sale: Thursday, Frl-
Saturday, a3.
north Bonifay off Hwy 79
and Creek Rd.


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25, 2009 at 6:00 p.m.
downloaded online at
www. holmescountyfl.org
or may be picked up at the
Holmes County Board of
Commissioner s office.
Contact Sherry Fitzpatrick,
Administrative Assistant at
850-547-1119 or
tyfl.org for more Informa-
Holmes County is an
ualr aOnpd sEt
nghtoPall it d ereseco
be in the best Interest of
the citizens of Holmes
As published in the
dvertiser Au stnt5


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For Sale: pullets layers,
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about 30 days. $8. each

Game Chickens & cocks
for sale. $1.50 each.

| 1100 |
number and year of Issu-
ance, the description of
the property, and the
sessed are as follows:
Certificate No. 40
Year of Issuance May 30,
Description of Property:
SEC: 28 TWN: 07 RNG:
151/285-286 DES OR
179/855-856 OR 261/593
OR 268/257
pdbebellnngORfu2rt6her ad
7 17 Rolling Hills Sub-
division in the Town of
Esto, being a part of the
Northeast Quarter of the
Southwest Quarter of Sec-
1Towndilp 7 North
Name in which assessed:
Harris & Associates Paint-

n m St h
Unless such certificate

ng a Ira e rdP
decr h bne ssuo tcert
9hat bidder at thheec
day of SEPTEMBER, 2009
atA1T@0 A. .24th day of

g 2u0r Cody Taylor
Clerk of the Circult Court
Holmes Couhned Florldathe

dve s0e Au unt

HooNme ountyBoard
of Commissioners will be
accepting RFQ s for Con-
s tnE

a rlthe Cons t cn
t on Services is being
cdoed by t Amencan
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tlan, conducting a precon-
struction conference, re-
viewing contractor s pay
requests, oversight of all
contractor activities In-
cluding compliance with
Davis-Bacon requirements,
ARRA Employment repor
ting and certification of
contract completion.
The selected engineer will
sign a Standard Profes-
s nP lo e us %e mehne
American Recovery & Re-
Ahot.ett s mlRt pt
Holmes County Board of
Commissioners office at
107 E Virginla Ave, Bonl-
fay, FL 32425, clearly
marked with the firm s
name and address and the
words Pavement Marking
Project no later than Au-
gust 19, 2009 at 3:00 p.m.
Selection will be made
from the Letters of Re-
sponse. The Letter of Re-
sponse3shot0d nncsubde the
flce, statement regarding
qualifications, a staffing
chart.11stof keypersonnel
and a one page resume
for each of the key per-
sonnel. The letters will be
reviewed at the Board
meeting held on August

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2 br, 2 ba Clean remod- FOR SALE* 1)
Administration 1 P ceMDe o2. or et C OLSEECMR R Two5acr &ROneO1n 1 1995 Jayco Pop up
Tri-County Community so es $450 a month. $2200.00. 2) ONE ACRE Gator Pond off Hwy. 77 Bonifay Lots caes r ROne 3 ac{ nocn so . 90 c 38
Csouncc tinc. 1 REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 2 R8130H ent with utility $5F000.00HIGCH eph niearonSunnyhilb IApWraosx 9K a h5 a g eln or8e nf603 11 Mil- a Coleman Camp stove $40.
applications for I building, window air. nle Bradley, Trl-County lately 2 acres high and store. City water available
Center Assistant I 535-2657 Realty at 850-541-1099 dry, next to water manage-
for the OR 850-956-3040 ment area, secluded, Call Ryan @ 263-3508 .
Head Start Program 6100 2BR/2BA In Chipley One - - - .1 quiet. Price negotiable, I 8130 .
I In DeFunlak Springs. I block to elementary For Sale: 32 acres, Pros- possible owner financing. 7160
| Responsibility: g $800.00 monthly school. Washer/Dryer perity area, electric, pond, Call (850) 896-5755. U.S " 1983 Chevy Silverado | 8210
Primary responsibility is 1132 Hwy. 90, hookup. No pets. drive way, lots of hard- I I 5 Acres, Part wooded. Truck. Long wheel base
I to maintain a clean 1 1600 sq.ft. $475/mth plus deposit. wood. Great for hunting or Treasury Dept g 28x60 3BR/2BA Mobile low mileage, new battery
I center. Assist teacher in I Reception area. 638-0560. homesite. 850-880-6113 Public Auction Home. 642 Moonseed Ln., tires, carburetor. Sony
all activities as needed. 3 enclosed offices+ 2BR Mobile Home, good Wed. Aug 12th, 10am I Chipley FL 32428. Phone: Stereo. Recovered seats.
Minimum Qualifica- I Wiredcubicljters e 0-6n38 14pley. No CAROLE CANNON REAllY | ,,6.7da e a 05a0 010 .m6 1 9 5 $2,400. 638-4266.
High School (GED); plotted sI uters. 2BR/2BA MH uth of 2220 Jim BUSh Rd., Bonifax, FL Dr.Panama City Beach COMPLETE PACKAGES
ex ro rr tn g. I answeringphone Chipley. Countrsosetting. 18501547-4784*Call18501051-5682 Zonedsinglefamily 1995 Single wide FROM
system and No pets sr free ennvl- 08?010 080000, Br0110r Locate olia Es- | mB mF dge, 164 8160 I *4,995
dMI rscee secun system. -685-2353. Whmdoden, Dance 2T9s00 *a eDbCnrve Itdar yr t I ncdeodTs oa oeC RSA 2002Sw AllWeldedAllAluminum
I Ins ce coverage. Call: 850-638-0790 10% ZOned for mobiles, cityH utilities $13,900 I wall along canal, Open I $19 500. Phone paint job. Minor scratches
Musaco lykwith health Executive Office Space BR B Grsejl e at 154 A s thl.. itpace woe9d0 $}e 90000 C T4ue Aug sh from0 8-425248 or e8501 8 096Price, BOAT SHOW
1 screening. I for rent downtown Chipley month s rent plus security ffOntage On Hwy. 181 $47,500 * Large brick EG & G Tech Services 2007 Artic Cat 700 EFl. FRI. & SAT.
All util. Incl d 638-1918 deposit. Smoke free envl- 4/2 home, metal roof, CHIA, Dbl. carport, huge I www.treas.qov/ 1 For Sale:3BR/2BAmobile Snorkeled with gorilla Bonifay Rotida
For additional Informa- ranment, no pets. bonus/game room, needs floor covenng, reduced I auctions/treasury/rp I home on 5 acres will sell axles. 27 wheels with ga-
tlon and qualifications - $550/month. Call $117,000 REDUCED 4 BR, 2 Full baths, (703) 273-7373 mobile home separately. tor tires. After market www.xtremeindustries.com
call 638-4857. 2 half baths home on 1.45 acres $239,000. Sale# 0966901 $60,000. for both or clutch kit. Radiator moved.
AdmlSlstolne ager, I | 6110 3BR/2BA Doublewide MH WWW.C8f019CannOnrealt .COM ,, fic # WSau2 56. mobile home. 18- 0965 OmoCe Inf(850)
at (850) 547-3689. I 1BR Apartment in Chip- W/Rear Covered Deck,
Applications may be ley. Good location. No Storage Shed. No pets
Tr oa r m Ity pets.638-4640. tn 9 0.In Qulet JOrge Says Let's Do Business Where Business Is Done at

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Spccessf ap in drtuvvill scr neNonpoS ok art EBA, 3/4 mile from SALEENDS8-10-09 DURING OUR -
test small pet, references Bonifay Elem School. On
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 850-547-3494 or Hwy 177A. Family oriented
, .OR P C .. RATES. Chipley area. Qulet neigh-

usar Retailer Is cur- DR cBeA t u SUPER SALE!
gently searching for a ALL parts w/CH/A, ceiling 2BR/1BA, water sewage
full-time Sales Representa- fans, stove & refrigerator garbage provided, new
t reto Ba ek cC sy Fater/seRer/garbEgel E her ote um hg ZERO DOWN WITH APPROVED CREblT GREAT SELECTION
aon IceEm Icl I Imsesj rn en nt tl I deposit.Call850-547-5195 COMPETITIVE INTEREST RATES FRIENDLY STAFF
m or Call 850-415-6215 ley City limits. For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom
850-638-3306. 50h50mesdn Bonifay. 27 YEARS OF SERVICE NO GAMES-NO GIMMICKS
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Advertising | 6140 No Pets. Bonifay
3 br, 1.5 ba CH/A large 850-547-5628
Sales lot, smoke free environ- Mobile Homes for rent,
ment. No Inside pets. Ref- Bonifay & Chipley. Water
I Washington I erence required. 1st/ last. and sewage Included.
1 County News 1 547-2091. In Chipley. 850-638-2999
I I-lolmesCounty ForRent:2BR/1BAhouse Mobile Homes in Cot-
Times-Advertiser in Caryville, $425. per tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 ml-
month rent, $425. damage les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba,
Do you want a career deposit. No Pets. & 2br, 2ba, avall. Total 4 g g g a e a g 4 4
where you can make a 850-373-3193 elec. (850)-258-4868 or
difference? Are you a 8 5 0 2 0 9 8 8 4 7
motivated sales assocl- Newer 2BR/1BA house www.charloscountrylly-
ate? If you answered I with attached garage on 1 Ing.com
yes and yes, take a look I acre, Hwy. 2, Holmes Transmitter Mobile Home
at Freedom. We want g County. No Pets. $500. per Park, on Transmitter Rd, in
youl Freedom wants month, first, last & security Panama City 850-960-0619
motivated Multi-media I 850-956-2642 Circle J Mobile Home Park
Advertising Account Ex- I in Chipley, 850-691-9224
ecutives. You will have Nice Clean Houses, apart- 921 N 2nd St.; & Graceville
the opportunity to join a ments and mobile homes 5262 Alabama St. 2&3 /BR
dynamic and energetic 1 for rent, near |-10 & Hwy units for rent, starting @
sales program and 79. 850-547-2531. $350 per mo For Info call a 0 0 * *
channel your Initiative 850-691-9224 g g g
Innovation, and compet- I Publisher's
Itive spirit to make an Two 2BR/2BA Mobile
Impact on our custom- NOtice Homes for rent. No pets.
ers, our organization, I One at $400 month & one
and your own career. 1 All real estate advertising in $425, plus deposit.
You will touch on all me- this newspaper Is subject to 547-4232.
dia platforms at Free- the Fair Housing Act which
dom, selling print and I makes it Illegal to advertise
online ads. Leverage any preference, Ilmitation
utrn rea Ityuatsmeor aacn f u
to create custom national origin, or an Inten-
multi-media solutions, tlon, to make any such pref- ...
using our exciting and erence, Imitation or dis-
ever-growing portfolio of crimination" Famillal status
advertising products. I Includes children under the REAl.ESIATE FOR SME
Your success In this role age of 18 Ilving with parents
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paths in our organiza- under 18. Property
tlon or throughout our 7120 commercial
parent company, Free- This newspaper will not 7130 Condo/Townhouse
dom Communications, I knowingly accept any ad- rna rne
Inc. (FCI), one of the vertising for real estate 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
"?ends reg st pnvat I rn vteo dnh be tufmnt
nles. advertised in this newspa- 7100 Orj fr-7own
per are available on a equal Real Estate
Send resume to opportunity basis. To com- 7200 Timeshare
chi e r om HIain of dl nmlnation ci MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
or pick up 1-800-669-9777. The *
an application at tho fr nummbpearlrefor the | 7100 COME CHECK THESE UNITS OUT AND SAVE!!!
1-800-927-9275. Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA Ilke
N A ,,,,, w dnew,3beautifu ot 07 HUMMER H3 sharp! 04 LEXUS LS430 Loaded!
ForCh I ation I .... ... aminsOvt e naay a 04 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE Luxury 98 BMW 3281 CONVERTIBLE Nice
lortoa lyonlin visill marman 39ve0010 00cah ar 06 FORD EXPLORER EddieBauer,4Dr. 09 MERCEDES E-320 Diesel
See "Careers" Two story, 4-5BD/2BA In 50K. (314) 346-3303.
Graceville, front porch, For Sale: 2BR/1BA on MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
Equal Opportunity large yard. $800. per 2.25 acres in Caryville on
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clean .................................. $ 2, 9 9 5 4 x 4, Nice ............................... $ 8, 8 7 8
Sharp .................................. $3,888 Automatic, 4 Door ..................... $6,990




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C&C Bookke d Carpentrypressurewash- For Rent first in Chipley, CERTIFIED TOY0TAS AT GREAT SAVINGS!
eping an Ing, lawn care, patio & win- Mini Warehouses. If you
Tax Service. Open 5 days dow re-screening. great dont have the room, "We
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call rates. (850)638-4492 Do Lamar Townsend
(850)638-1483 (850)638-4539, north of
On Time Handyman & Townsends.
Lawn Services.

Ing, pressure washing, mass
Headliners and Vinyl land clearing, machine Truckload Sale: 18 yards.
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the work, deep cleaning, addl- dirt, clay lime & rock. Site
work at your home or tonal phone jacks. & prep work. Driveways,
wcwkplacenewRea notable The mosttre sonable moa s, e .14 1 1. esti- CO IVI ECHEC K OUTTHENE
and auto carpeting. Free No job too small.
esalmateses ean m3 ReferUcce lable. 20 1 0 TOYO TAS AR RI VIN G NO
638-7351 30+ Years Experience.
Call On Time Any Time!
Free Estimate; B&M Mower Repair & AII Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Factory To Dealer Cash Incentives, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale.

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comparable rates, more delivered or Installed. Cen- wanted service on all a 2961 Penn. Ave. Marmanna FL
one on one attention, less tlpede St. Augustine Ber- makes and models. Free ' A Call,
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