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SATURDAY, MAY23,2009 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 86, Number 14 50(


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NEWS

School violence
exercise planned
Joint planning ef-
forts have been un-
derway to conduct a
school violence ex-
ercise in Washington
* County. First respond-
ers, school officials,
and the Emergency
Management staff
have been involved in
meetings to establish
parameters and de-
sign an exercise that
will assist in testing
local response capa-
bilities should an inci-
dent occur. .
The exercise
is scheduled for
Thursday,June 4,
from approximately
7 a.m. until I p.m. at
the Roulhac Middle
School and Chipley
High School campus-
es.The training will be
conducted under very
strict guidelines and in
a controlled environ-
ment for the protec-
tion of all participants.
To protect the integ-
rity of the exercise,
specific details are not
available.


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Hiding and misuse of Scripture lead to arrest


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypapetr.com
CHIPLEY A Chipley. police officer
had a unique early morning when
he was hit with a flying Bible as he
arrested a Sarasota man concealed
near a local business. The informa-
tion was provided in a report from
the Chipley Police Department.
, On May 13 at 5:34 a.m. Officer


Richard Heming was
on patrol and dis-
covered a man later
identified as John
Joseph Conan, 55,
concealed in a pile of
boxes and foam next
to the Burger King at
Applefield's on State. JOHN JOSEPH
77 south. Heming re- CONAN
ported that he made
several attempts to get Conan to


come into the open.
The suspect then hurled a Bible
at Heming and struck him on the
right side of the head after scream-
ing that, "he had something for me,"
Heming reported.
"The defendant stated that he
hoped it hurt after striking me with
the book," Heming reported.
Conan is charged with loitering,
resisting an officer without violence
and battery on law enforcement.


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The 2009 Vernon High School class went inside for its graduation ceremony.
Vernon '/ clbae graua
Vernon celebrates graduation


The rain made it necessary to
reschedule the Vernon High School
graduation inside but nothing put a
damper on the festivities in Vernon.
President Chandler Young welcomes


everyone and Valedictorians Victoria
Tanaka and Keeli Tiitz gave their ad-
dresses.
Superintendent Dr. Sandra Cook,
Principal Ruth McCrary, and Vice-


Principal Kyle Newsom presented
the diplomas and it was time to cel-
ebrate.
More photos and video online at
chipleypaper.com.


JAY IiLSiKBI |Thne Washington CountylNews
Victoria Tanaka, left, and Keeli Tritz speak at the Vernon High School graduation ceremony.


JAY FELSBERG | The Washington
County News
Ted Everett addresses
the Chamber on
development plans.


Everett:


Market

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JAY FELSBERG
,Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Now that.
The Concrete Company,
parent company of Foley
Products Company, has
purchased land in Chi-
pley for its next plant, the
next stip for economic
development planned by
the Washington Coun-
ty Chamber of Corn-.
merce is to market the
WestPoint Home site.
Chamber Executive
Director Ted Everett
discussed the effort
at the monthly "Third
Thursday" ,Chamber
breakfast at Pattillo's
Restaurant at the Wash-
ington-Holmes Techni-
cal Center.
WestPoint Home re-
cently announced plans
to close the Chipley
plant by end of the year.
The plant once provided
upwards of 900 jobs to
the area and had 345
when the closing was
announced last month.
That sounds ominous
as regards the local
employment scene.
Washington County al-
ready had an unemploy-
ment rate of 9.5 percent
in March before the
WestPoint Home an-
nouncement, and loss
of that many jobs at the
textile mill is taken very
seriously. Everett, how-
ever, believes there is a
chance to use the plant
to create even more
jobs.
"The loss of that
many jobs is heartbreak-
ing," Everett said. "We
could try and replace
it with other 'business
but it will not be done
overnight."
The plant does,
however, have several
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Saturday, May 23, 2009


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Left to right: Laura Joiner (Sponsor), new member Harry Barton, Elaine Chadwell (Membership Chair), David
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Kiwanis learn of Chipola degree programs


CHIPLEY The program
for the weekly Kiwanis
luncheon on Tuesday, May
19th, was presented by Dr.
Kitty Myers, Vice Presi-
dent of Instruction and
Baccalaureate Program
Development, Chipola Col-
lege in Marianna. Chipola
College has been offering
both a 2-year and 4-year
degree program since
2004, and was one of the
first community colleges
in Florida selected to add
certain 4-year programs"
providing the bachelor's
level degree.
Chipola expanded its
faculty and curriculum to
the 4-year program for ca-'
reer fields needed in the
Panhandle counties, such
as elementary and middle
school teachers for math
and science,'and has since
added 6 other fields that
include elementary edu-
cation, biology education,
special education, busi-
ness management, and a
bachelor degree for regis-
tered nurses. All of the 4-
year programs result in a
bachelor of science degree
designation for graduates.,
As part of the bachelor of
applied science in business,
management program,
students can specialize in
one of three areas: (1) Su-
pervisory Management;
(2) Accounting; (3) Gen-
eral Management.


The program for the weekly Kiwanis luncheon on
Tuesday, May 19,-was presented by Dr. Kitty Myers,
vice president of Instruction and Baccalaureate
Program Development, Chipola C1llege in
Marianna.


In addition to attaining
the regular 4-year degree
and teaching certifica-
tion, Chipola also offers a
program for people with
a bachelor's degree who
would like to complete the
education related courses
to qualify for teacher cer-


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tification. This program
operates under the "Edu-
cator Preparation Insti-
tute" This program also
has some significant finan-
cial aid provisions to help
experienced individuals
make a career change into
teaching of subjects that
are deemed critical for
Panhandle counties.
A further program for
career development is for.
persons already qualified.
as a registered nurse (RN)
to complete the courses
required for a bachelor
of science 4-year degree.
This program is designed
to help people who desire
to become qualified for
management positions
in the nursing or medi-
cal services fields. Many


of the younger RN candi-
dates continue after their
initial 2-years and RN cer-
tification to complete the
BS before going to work in
the career field.
Dr. Myers emphasized
that Chipola offers a com-,
plete college experience,,
whether the student is
pursuing an associate
2-year or bachelor's 4-year
degree, because the fac-
ulty exceeds all normal
university level, standards,
offers non-course ameni-
ties such as college league
sports and amateur sports,
a superior campus that is
receiving significant new
construction, and the stu-
dents and school consis-
tently win ,awards at the
inter-collegiate and nation-
al level in multiple-fields.
Through a combination.
of on-campus and on-line
resources, students at
Chipola can also pursue
masters and Ph.d. level
degrees through the
"University Center"
agreements with accred-
ited colleges offering those
degrees.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been providing
support to youth oriented.
events and programs for
68 years and last year sup-
ported 36 organizations
throughout the county.
Next on the fund raising
schedule will be the An-
nual Golf Tournament and
this fall the ever-popular
Kiwanis Dinner Theatre.
The club meets Tues-
days at Pattillo's Res-
taurant in the middle of
the Washington-Holmes
County Technical Center
(WHTC) at Noon.
For an invitation to
lunch, contact any Kiwan-
ian or call Elaine Chadwell,
Membership Chairperson,
at 258-3142.


Mr. and Mrs. Robby
Pettis and Mr. and Mrs.
Craig Roberts announce
the engagement and up-.
coming marriage of their
daughter, 'Amber Renee
Roberts to Frederick Col-
by Peel, son of Jayne Peel
and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Peel.
Her grandparents are
Barbara Waddell, Mr. and
,Mrs. William Waddell,
and Mrs. and Mrs. Bert
Roberts III.
Amber is a graduate
of Florida State Univer-
sity where she earned a
Bachelor of Science de-
gree in Elementary Edu-
cation.
She is employed with
the Washington County
School Board and teaches
first grade.
Colby graduated from


Florida State University
with a. Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree and Juris
Doctorate.
He is the Washington
County judge.
His grandparents are
Lola Carlile Nelson, the
late Louie Frank Car-
lile and the late Myra L.
' (Dick) Peel and Eloise
Peel.
The ceremony is
planned for 6 p.m. May
30 at the First Baptist
Church in Chipley. A re-
ception will immediately
follow at the Graceville
Civic Center in Gracev-
ile.
No local invitations
are being sent. All family
and friends are invited to
attend.


CHAMBER from page Al


features that could make
it a marketable site:
*The plant is 500,000
square feet with a num-
ber of firewalls that could
be used to subdivide the
facility to house as many
as four new businesses.
*There are almost no
other sites of this size be-
tween Jacksonville and
Pensacola.
-There are two, large
warehouses, one of 50,000
square feet and one of
12,000 square feet that
could easily be modified
for multiple use.
Everett said the Cham-
ber has wasted no time
in getting the WestPoint
Home site (owned by the
parent company) on the
open market. A meeting
has already be held at
the plant with represen-
tatives from Enterprise
Florida, Florida's Great
.Northwest (to design, a
marketing campaign),
Opportunity Florida (re-
sponsible for the lead that
brought Foley to Chipley),
the Port of Panama City,
Power South, and Gulf
Power. Plant Manager
Terry Ellis gave a tour of
the facility.
DuringthemeetingEv-
erett said that they found
that two types of business
could be prime targets for
tenants food distribu-
tors (Florida is becoming
a major food exporter to
Latin America) and Tier
I/II auto parts suppliers.
"We are losing 345
jobs, but we could get
more than that of we do
this, correctly," Everett


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During the meeting,
Ted Everett said that
they found that two
types of business could
be prime targets for
tenants -food dis-
tributors (Florida is
becoming a major
food exporter to Latin
America) and Tier I/II
auto parts suppliers.

paid.
Everett also an-
nounced that the June
25 Business After Hours
would be hosted by the
Lewis A. Bear beverage
distribution center in
Ebro and the Ebro Dog
Track. Everett also said
that plans are to expand
the amount of Enterprise
Zone in Ebro as that part
of the county has great
potential for growth. The
town is at the intersec-
tion of State 20 and State
79 just north of the new
West Bay International
Airport.
Everett also noted
that the Board of County
Commissioners is "keen-
ly aware" that industrial
park land in needed in
south Washington Coun-
ty. Such a location could
be the site of clusters of
warehouses and distribu-
tion cents that would take
advantage of the same ad-
vantages that Lewis Bear
utilized to locate in Ebro.
Plus, an industrial park
would work hand-in-hand
with Enterprise Zone leg-
islation.


Chipley HS

presents

final play of

first season

CHIPLEY Chipley
High School Musical The-
atre Department is finish-
ing up its first year as a
new program.
Over 130 students were
involved with the program.
With emphasis on vocal
music and theater arts the
department has presented
two major productions
performed at several com-
munity functions as well as
grade school and the high
school.
This year the final proj-
ect will be performed at the
end of the month.
Ax of Murder is an inter-
active murder mystery de-
signed to have audience on
the edge of their seat while
keeping domic relief alive.
The first show will be
Saturday, May 23 at 7 p.m.
The second show is sched-
uled Friday, May 29.
Admission is by dona-
tion only.


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Chipley HS honors seniors


PHOTOS BY CECILIA SPEARS
Chipley High
School honored
its seniors May 18
in the high school
auditorium. More
coverage online
at chipleypaper.
corn; coverage
of graduation
in Wednesday's
Washington
County News.


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Saturday, May 23, 2009


Vernon honors its seniors


Vernon High School honored its seniors Tuesday in the high school
gymnasium. Complete list of awardees online at chipleypaper.com and
in Wednesday's Washington County News.


PHOTOS BY CECILIA SPEARS


T Washinaton C(0un




Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
The News is published every Wednesday and Saturday by
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Chip.ley, FL 32428. Periodicals postage paid at Chipley,
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County Board to meet in Ebro


EBRO The next regu-
larly scheduled meeting
of the Washington County
Board of County Commis-
sioners will be May 28, at
5 p.m. at the City Hall in
Ebro.

WCSO announces
checkpoints
The Washington County
Sheriff's Office will be con-
ducting driver license and
vehicle inspection check-
points during the month of
June 2009 in Washington
County at one or more of
the following locations:
St. Mary's Road, St.
Matthew's Road, Elkcam
Blvd., Sunny Hills Blvd.,
Deltona Blvd., Singer
Road, Hwy 77, Hwy 79,
Hwy 90, Hwy 166, Hwy 170,
Hwy 173, Hwy 179, Hwy
273, Hwy 276, Hwy 276A,
and Hwy 277. Checkpoints
will include, but are not
limited to, these locations.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equip-
ment, deputies will con-
centrate their efforts on
vehicles being operated
with defects such as, but
not limited to, bad brakes,
worn tires, and defective
lighting equipment. In ad-
dition, attention will be
directed to drivers who
violate the drivers' license
laws of the State of Florida.
The Washington Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office has
found these checkpoints
to be an effective means of
enforcing the equipment
and drivers license laws of
Florida while ensuring the
protection of all motorists.

FHP inspection
checkpoints.
Florida Highway Patrol
will conduct driver license
and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the
month of May on the road-
ways listed below in Hol-
mes, Jackson and Wash-
ington counties.
Recognizing the dan-
ger presented to the pub-
lic by, defective vehicle
equipment, troopers will
concentrate their efforts
on vehicles being operated
with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and de-
fective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will,
be directed to drivers who
would violate the driver li-
cense 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 in-
spection 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 effective means of en-
forcing the equipment
and driver license laws of
Florida while ensuring the
protection of all motorists.

Mature driving class
BONIFAY Washington
County Council on Aging
and AARP are co-sponsor-
ing a mature driving class
for individuals age 50 and
over on Thursday, May 28
and Friday, May 29 from 8
a.m. until noon each day.
This course is especial-
ly for the senior driver and
will be held at the Ester
Lodge in Bonifay on the
corner of Michigan and
Tracy. There is no testing
and only a minimal course
fee of $12 for AARP mem-
bers and $14 for non-AARP
members. To enroll call
Debra at 638-6217.

Soybean Referendum
The (USDA) United
States Department of Ag-
riculture will offer soybean
producers the opportunity
to request a referendum
on the Soybean Promo-
tion and Research Or-


der, as authorized under
the Soybean Promotion,
Research, and Consumer


Information Act.
The Request of Refer-
endum will be conducted
at USDA's Farm Service
Agency offices. To be eli-
gible to participate, pro-
ducers must certify and
provide documentation
that shows that they pro-
duced soybeans and paid
an assessment on the soy-
beans during the period of
Jan. 1, 2007, through Dec.
.31, 2008.
Through May 29, pro-
ducers may obtain a form
by mail, fax, or in per-
son from the Farm Serve
Agency County Office in
Bonifay or Chipley.
Forms my also be ob-
tained via the Internet at
http://www.ams.usda.gov/
Ismarketingprograms dur-
ing the same time period..
For more information,
contact the Marketing Pro-
grams Branch; Livestock
and Seed Program, AMS,
USDA; STOP 0251- Room
2628-S; 1400 Independence
Avenue, SW; Washington,
D.C. 20250-0251; tel. (202)
720-1115; or via the In-
ternet at www.ams.usda.
gov/lsmarketingprograms
or the Holmes FSA at 103
N. Oklahoma Street, Boni-
fay, FL or Washington/Bay
FSA at 1424 Jackson Ave.
Suite E, Chipley, FL 32428.

CRP program
information
Gary Treadwell, Execu-
tive Director for USDA's
Farm Service Agency
(FSA), wanted to inform
CRP (Pine Tree Program)
that Agriculture Secretary
Tom Vilsack announced
that USDA's Farm Service
Agency (FSA) will offer. cer-
tain producers the opportu-
nity to modify and extend
their .Conservation Re-
serve Program (CRP) con-
tracts that are scheduled to
expire on Sept. 30,2009.


Roulhac Middle School fifth grade winners in the Tropicana Public Speaking
contest are First Place Ethan Draaymon with his topic, Schizophrenia;
Second Place Austin Wyatt with Walt Disney, The Man and Third Place
- Carrington Estes with Legend of the Peace Sign.'


FSA will notify partici-
pants by. letter beginning
May 6. Sign-up for this vol-
untary extension will begin
on May 18 and run through
June 30, 2009.
Farmers and ranchers
may apply for this exten-
sion at the Holmes and
Washington/Bay- County,
FSA Office in Bonifay and
Chipley. FSA administers
CRP on behalf of the Com-
modity Credit Corpora-'
tion.

Firefighter I Class
CHIPLEY-WashingtonHol-
mes Technical Center will
begin a Firefighter I Class
on June 8. This class will
be under the current cur-
riculum. This curriculum is
scheduled to change in Sep-
tember. Firefighter I is the
entry level to Firefighter II
and is required for occupa-
tions such as Department
of Forestry, paid full time
firefighter and most emer-
gency medical jobs.


If you are interested or
have ever been interested
in becoming a certified
Firefighter in the State of
Florida, this is your chance
before the new curriculum
begins. The new curricu-
lum will be lengthier and
require more information
along with other certifica-
tion prior to entry.
Applicants must be at
least 18 years of age prior
to completing the live burn
which will take place at
the end of the class. For
more information 'stop by
the Technical Center or
call Greg Hutching, Scott
Curry, or Brandon Steven-
son at 850-638-1180.

Covenant Hospice
plans Garden Gala
MARIANNA Covenant
Hospice will hold its fourth,
Annual Garden Gala from
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 27
at the National Guard Ar-
mory, 3645 U.S. 90 West in


Marianna. Hosted by
WJHG's Neysa Wilkins,
the evening will include
dinner and dancing, silent
and live auctions, exhibits
and tasting plus much
more. The Silent auction
and hors d'oeuvres start at
6 p.m. Tickets are $40 each
or $75 per couple.
All proceeds will go to
support under-funded and
non-reimbursed special
programs at Covenant
Hospice.
For more information
about the event or spon-
sorship opportunities,
contact Jennifer Griffin at
850-482-8520, 850-209-0221
or via e-mail at jennifer.
griffin@covenanthospice.
org. Also, visit our website
at www/covenanthospice.
org/marianna.

Watermelon Pageant
time again
CHIPLEY Each June
over 100 contestants of all


ages from North Florida
and surrounding areas
compete for the titles of
Watermelon Queen. The
pageant crowns queens in
ten age groups from birth
to age 22.
Queens crowned in the
Miss Watermelon pageant
may also compete at the
state level for the crown of
Miss Florida Watermelon
Queen 2010.
Proceeds from pag-
eant fees, program sales,
concessions and door en-
try fees go to benefit the
Tri-County Community
Council's Toys for Tots
program.
This year the annual
Panhandle Watermelon
Pageant will be held on
June 13 at the Washington
County Ag Center in Chi-
pley. Doors open at 11 a.m.
Everyone is invited to at-
tend the pageant.
Applications can be
picked up at Carolyn's
Fashion, 795 Main St. in
Chipley. Call Carolyn Sass-
er at 638-8686 or e-mail
bowsbycarolyn@aol.com
for more information.

'Wagon Tracks' tells
a story
"Wagon Tracks", which
appeared in the Vernon
First City News a fewyears
back, by Leon Sexton, is
now a 416-page hardcover
book with a lot of pictures.
This is the story of a
sharecropper family, al-
ways on the move, in rural
Northwest Florida. It is
a story about deprivation
and hard times, and there
is humor.
A book signing will be
planned after copies of the
books are received.
For more information
or to order a book contact:
Leon Sexton, 3592 State
79, Vernon, FL 32462


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May 23
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ noon
NASCAR Live'- SPEED @ 1 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED 5 p.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
Nationwide Carquest Auto Parts 300 ESPN2 @ 6:30 p.m.
May 24
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 2 p.m.
Sprint Cup Pre-Race FOX @ 4 p.m.
Sprint Cup Coca-Cola 600 FOX @ 4:45 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 10 p.m.
May 29
Truck Series Keystone tight Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 9 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED 10:30 a.m.
Nationwide. Final Practice SPEED @ noon
NASCAR Live SPEED @ .1:30 p.m.
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May 30
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Long gets record penalty


NASCAR has issued
penalties," suspensions and
fines to the No. 146 team in
the Sprint Cup Series, as a
result of rules infractions
committed during this past
weekend's event at Lowe's
Motor Speedway.
The car was found to be in
violation of actions detrimen-.
tal to stock car racing; any
determination by NASCAR
Officials that.the race equip-
ment used in the event does
not conform to NASCAR
rules; and engine exceeding
the maximum engine size of
358.000 cubic inch displace-
ment.
As a result, crew chief
Charles Swing has been fined
$200,000, suspended from
the next 12 Cup champi-


onship events, suspended
from NASCAR until Aug. 18
and placed on NASCAR pro-
bation until Dec. 31.
Driver Carl Long and
owner Danielle Long have
been penalized with the loss
of 200 driver and 200 owner
points, respectively, suspend-
ed from the next 12 Cup
SSeries championship events,
suspended from NASCAR
until Aug. 18 and placed on
NASCAR probation until
Dec. 31.
Long completed three laps
in the Sprint Showdown
before retiring to the garage
with engine problems.
The only points race Long
has attempted to .qualify for
this season was the Daytona
500.


Sun Drop shines again in NASCAR


It has taken more than 10-
plus years, but Sun Drop
Citrus Soda and its franchise
bottler Choice USA Beverage
INC, are back in racing. On
Tuesday, it was announced
that Sun Drop and- JD
Motorsports will team togeth-


Jonn Anareui
Owner
Max Jones
Robby Gordon
Teresa Earnhardt
Detrich Mateschiltz
Kevin Buckler
Barney Visser


er in a multi-race partnership
starting at Lowe's Motor
Speedway in' Charlotte, NC,
for the May 23 CARQUEST
Auto Parts 300. Other races
are to -be determined at this
time but will fall in the Sun
Drop footprint.


On the

Bubble
Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 831
Points out of 34th: 16
Points ahead of 36th: 104


Driver
Paul Menard
Robby Gordon
John Andretti
Scott Speed
David Gilliland
Reagan Smith


Points
957
847
831
727
674
573


Who will survive?


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazelte.com

The Coca-Cola 600 is the longest stock car race and the
list of winners is very historical, but three names are on the
minds of most race fans. ,
Name one is three-time Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie
Johnson. He is known as Mr. Lowe's as he has three consec-
utive 600 wins from 2003-05 and during that same stretch
has won five of six races during that period at the mile-and-
a-half intermediate track where drivers will race for 400 laps
Sunday. .
- Johnson knows what it takes to visit victory lane and
hopes to win the prestigious 50th Anniversary running of the
600.
""I think it's more of a mental thing that our minds are
programmed for 500 miles," said Johnson, "and when you
hear halfway and you look up at the scoreboard and you
realize you've gone 300 and you've got 300 to go, it's kind
of a mental thing that you have to focus on."
'The driver to keep Johnson from possibly winning six in
a row during that period was Tony Stewart who won last
Saturday's Sprint Series All-Star Race. .
-Now the Indiana driver
who has attempted the
double Memorial,
Weekend 1,100 hopes to
become the seventh
driver to win the All-Star 1
Race and repeat the feat of
,*' e Kahne last
iM2 ,-6; season.
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Kahne, who has two 600 wins to his credit has won three
of the last six points races at Charlotte including the season
sweep in 2006.-
Are these drivers the only three with a chance to win on
Sunday? .
No, but they do have some strong cases to support their
chances.
The last winner at Lowe's was Jeff Burton, who points
out the difference between the Bank of America 500 and the
Coke 600.
"The late afternoon start throws a wrench at you because
your eating and sleep schedules change," said Burton, the
1999 Coca-Cola 600 champion. "Then, you add 600 miles
of racing on top of that. It's a perfect storm of stuff going on
* that makes this race a challenge. Don't get me wrong there
are no excuses. You have to be physically ready no matter
what."
Some drivers to watch out for as they look to notch'their
first win at Lowe's Motor Speedway ever include Carl
Edwards and Kyle Busch.
Busch has finished in the top four in his last three-LMS
starts, but could another May miracle happen in the form of
Penske's Sam Hornish Jr., who knows how to win on
Memorial Day weekend:
Fellow former open-
%%heel diner Juan Pablo
Mlontoya also has an
I nd\ 500 title under '
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CLASSIFIED ADS. Classified ads are published in.the Wednesday issues of the Washington County News, Holmes County Times-Advertiser, Weekly Advertiser and the Weekend Edition. Cost is $6.50 per
week for the first 20 words, plus 25 cents per word for each word over 20. 4 9
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Plaintiff, to the point of beginning; ble model. You can obtain line for submission of Bids right to reject any and all may be obtained on the CDG Engineers, 630 Bald-
7 Vs. thence north 89256'1-7" a copy of the specifica- isJune 10 at 4:00 p.m. bids. County website. win Ave, DeFuniak 2 year old Quaker parrot
MICHAEL HENDRIX, JEN- west 1414.87 feet, along tions at the Ebro Town Call Joel Paul at 547-3689 As published in the Many, if not all of the lots, Springs, FL, (850) 2 y ear old Quake parrot$100.
NIFER M. HENDRIX, the north boundary line of Hall, 6629 Dogtrack Road, for additional information. Washington County News were deeded to the 892-0225 upon the receipt with cage. $100
and GULF PAINTING LLC, Woodridge an unrecorded Ebro Ft (850) 535-2842 or Submit Bids to the Follow- May 23, 2009 County by Tax Deed. The of a non-refundable de- 850-547-4196
Defendants. subdivision, tothe east line via e-mail by contacting ingAddress: PUBLIC NOTICE FOR County will convey these posit in the amount of
1100 Legal Advertising of the west one-half of the the town clerk. Tri-County Community SALE OF LOTS AT SUNNY lots by County Deed. The $100:00 for one set.
1110 Classified Notices NOTICE OF ACTION southwest one-quarter of The Town of Ebro reserves Council, Inc. HILLS Y Buyer will be responsible The Owner reserves the
1120 Public Notices/ TO: Michael Hendrix said Section 35; thence the right to reject any and ATTN: Janice Richards for quieting title on the lots right to reject any and all CKC Pekingese puppies
Announcements 116 Palm Bay Blvd. north 0020'40" east, all bids, waive any for- R O. Box 1210 THE WASHINGTON f required or desired. bids, waive an formalities, 4 sale. 25Health depapers,
1130- Adoptions Panama City Beach, FL along said east' line malities, and award in the Bonifay, FL 32425 COUNTY BOARD OF All lots purchased will be and award in the best in- male $250. Model 1502
1140- Happy Ads 32408 185859 feet to the north best interest of the Town of Tri-County Community COUNTY COMMISSION- closed by the County At- terest of the Town of Ebro. sportsman incebater, used
1160 Lost Jennifer Hendrix line of the south one-half Ebro. The Town of Ebro is Council, Inc., reserves the ERS is offering for sale all tourney. The County will The Town of Ebro is anyone time. Take $375. firm.
1170 Found 116 Palm Bay Blvd. of said Section 35; thence an Equal Opportunity / Af- right to reject any and all oun owned lots in pay the County Attorney E q u a C d 850535285 or
Panama City Beach, FL south 89958'22" east along firmative Action/ADA Em- bids. County Hills, Florida liots for closing the purchased Opportunity/Affirmative C 850-5352585 or
32408ofsaid north line 1419.55 player and a Drug Free As published in the lots is on the County lots, and the Purchaser Action/ADA Employer and 850-527-0282
Gulf Painting, LLC feet; thence departing said Work Place. Washington County News website at y shallpay for the documen- a Drug Free Work Place.
116 PalmBay Blvd. north line run south Town of Ebro May 23, 2009. www.washingtonfl.com, or tary stamps and for the re- TOWN OF EBRO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Panama City Beach, FL 0029'19" west 1859.48 Linda Marlow LEGALAD a list can be obtainerding of the deeds. Ms.nda Marlow Clerk OST Reward of-
FOR WASHINGTON 32408 feet to the point of beginn- Clarkthe Board Administration DATED this 25th day of As published in the Wash- 'LOST DOG Reward of-
COUNTY FLORIDA YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Ing. As published In the Wash- T-Count Community Office at 850-638-6200. November, 2008. Ington County News May fared for return of male
PROBATE DIVISION complaint for foreclosure has been filed against you ington County News May Council, nc., is seeking Buyer will have the oppor- WASHINGTON COUNTY 9,13,16, 20, 23, 2009. black & white Border Col-
Case No. 67-09-CP on the following real prop- and you are required to 16, 20, 23, 27,2009. bids for Chain Link Fenc- tunity to bid on any or all COMMISSION, lie last seen John Marsh E
In Re: Estate of erty: serve a copy of your writ- LEGAL AD ing. The successful award of the lots for and during a n meteor Her & Clemmons Rd area
TERRYJEROME LEGAL DESCRIPTION ten defenses, if any, on County Administrator h around May 1st. Has small
O WARD, E LE D CRIPTION T 't deese, an T iff' at Cof the contract will include period of six (6) months; As published in the Wash- splits on each ear & an
Deceased. EXHIBIT"A Mitch Dover, plaintiff's at- T-County Community material and labor. Three said period commencing nplitsoneeanu sastthe ea & an
Deceased. Description of Tract "A tomey, whose address is Council, Inc., Is seeking job locations: Bonifay, on Wednesday, December ington County News Janu 1110 swers to the name of TUX.
Woodridge, an unrecorded RO. Box 9811,Panama bids for milled asphalt Chipley and DeFuniak 17, 2008, and extending ary14,2009. Larry@ 850-548-5855.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS subdivision: C Beach, Fora 32417 and/or asphalt paving. Springs, Florida.- A pre-bid through.Wednesday, June REQUEST FOR BIDS _r--OR E-
The administration of the Commence at the South- on or before June 25, The successful award of conference shall be held at 17, 2009. A bid may be O LLS!
estate of TERRY JEROME east comer of Section 35, 2009, and file the original the contract will include re- Tri-County Community submitted on any Wednes- The Town of Ebro will ac- Get Your Clasdfled Ad
HOWARD, deceased, Township-1 North, Range with the clerk of this court moval of approximately 6 Council's Transportation day within the six month cept sealed bids for park I I. -in,' -m
whose date of death was 13 West, Fl Washington either before service on 8 Inches of topsoil; pro- Office 'for Washington period stated above. All improvements for the Ebro I COLOR I ..:
March 13, 2009, is pend- County, Florida; thence plaintiffs attoey or im- vide and Install milled as- County, located at 623 bids must be received on Recreational Park. Bids will Call now for detal 2130 |
ing in the Circuit Cdurt for north 89255'56" west, mediately thereafter, other- phalt material to entrance Hwy. 273, Chipley, Floriaa, or before 3:00 o'clock be accepted at the Town and be notipedl2
Washington County, Flor- along the south line of said wise a default will be en- and parking area; and Monday-June 1, 2009 at p.m., and the language Hall located at 6629 Dog I 638-0212
da, Probate Division the Setion 35 for 2525.13feet tered against you or the provide & install asphalt 9:00% a.m. CST. Informa- "SUNNY HILLS BID" must Track Road, Ebro, FL or For Sale: Ducks, geese,
address of which is Post to the point of beginning; relief demanded In the pavement as specified, tion, locations, and speci- be clearly stated on the 32437 until 10:00 a.m. CST' 547-9414 chickens and guineas. For
Office Box 647, Chipley, thense continue north complaint. d and Three job locations are for fications shall be provided outside dofthe envelope. May 26, 2009. Bids will be information call
FL 32428-0647. The 89of south5556" west, along said WITNESS my hand and Bonifay, Chipley and at that time. Must be will- The minimum bid, which opened at the Tbwn Hall at 850-547-3129 or cell #
nathes and addresses of south line for 60.00 feet; the seal of this court on the DeFuniak Springs, Florida. ing to comply with the will be acceptable to the the above time and date. 850-415-2998.
the personal representa- thence north 0029'38" 13,day of May, 2009.Clerk A pre-bid conference shall Davis-Bacon Act. D e a d County, is $10,000.00 per Bids shall be clearly
tive and the personal rep- east 800.01 feet; thence of the Circuit Court be held at Tri-County line for submission of Bids lot. The highest bid for marked on the outside.of
resentative's attorney are south 89-55'56" east for Fourteenth Judicial Circuit Community Council's is June 10 at 4:00 p.m. each lot, which equals or the envelope, "Sealed Bid 1160
set forth below. 60.00 feet; thence south Washington County, Transportation Office for Call Joel Paul at 547-3689 exceeds the minimum bid, Ebro Recreational Park". Goats For Sale. Young
All creditors of the dece-. 00929'38" west for 800.01 Florida Washington County, to- for additional information., and which is submitted on Any bids received after MISSING' bucks Most are mature of
dent and other persons feet to the point of begnn- By: K McDaniel cated at 623 Hwy. 273, Submit Bids to the Follow- any Wednesday lying 10:00 a.m. CST on the I Small Dlack and tan I Boer. $40 each.
having claims or demands ing; subject to and reserv- As Deputy Clerk Chipley; Florida, ing Address: within the sixth month pe- above date will not be ac- I ea-cup chnuahua I 850-260-1342.
against the decedent's es- ing, however, the following As published in the Wash- Monday-June 1, 2009 at Tri-County Community riod described above, will cepted and will be re- I (adult female) from
tate on whom a copy of described driveway ease- ington County News May 10:00 a.m. CST. Informa- Council, Inc. be awarded by the turned unopened to the Bethlehem area, Hwy _____
this notice is required to Tent: commence at the 23, 30, 2009. tion, locations, and speci- ATTN: Janice Richards County. It will be the re- bidder. 177 on 5/7/09..if found
Served must ile their southeast corner f Sec INVITATION TO BID fications shall be provided R 0. Box 1210 sponsibility of the bidder Bid specifications shall be I please call
claims ith this at that time. Must be will- Bonifay, FL 32425 to keep up with which lots as specified. You can ob- 850-5475276 or Nublan Milk Goat's, Does
WITHINTHEATEROF' Range 13 West, Wash- Noticeishereby giventhat ing to comply with the Tri-County Community remain available for pur- tain a copy of the specifi- 850326-0741 Leave & Bucks for sale. Call
TME OF THE FIRST PTUBth n ounty F89o5rda Tri-County Community Davis-Bacon Act. Dead- Council, Inc., reserves the chase. This information cations at the office of Imessage (REWARD) 638-7442.
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB thence north 8955'56" Cnc.il Inc's Weather-
LICATION OF THIS NO- west, along the south line Council, Inc's Weather--
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER of said Section 35 for grization Assidetaingthe A" ,P o Call-
THE ADATE OF SERVCET 2540.13 feet to the point of use of isconsdtruction con- ANNOUNCEMENTS HEALTH Aid if qualified .
OF A COPY O F T HIS begininng; thence con- tractors for weatherization 2121ANNOUNCEMENTS HEAL www.CenturaOnline.
SothrContrtasctorthew incom eh re- -2121, www.CenturaOnline.
All other creditors of the along said south line for Contractors will be re-
sonshavingclaimsorde- 3002938feet;eastfor 67.85, quired to comply with the SAVE $$$ on Advertising! ONLINE PHARMACY Buy com
mands against the dece- feet to the beginningof a specifications of State and
en ses leec eFederal Government. Run your classified ad in Soma, Ultram, FioricetE
dent'sestate must ile their curve concave to the Contractors must also be u. REAL ESTATE
claims with this court southwest having a radius State Ucensed, have their 'over 100 Florida newspapers Prozac, Buspar $71.99/90
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- of 20.00 foet, thence north-'o r own999 Woke' Compen-.
THE O westerly, along said curve saon sursnce andeGeo- reaching over 4 MILLION $107/180 Quantities, PRICE
FIRST PUBUCATION OF for an arc distance' of oral Liabilt InsurancI
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED eteinchor If you are interested, readers for $475 that is less INCLUDES PRESCRIPTION! BACK ON MAtRK
WITHIN THE TIME PER- 37916'02" west for-4.49 pleas end your name, than $4 per newspaper. Call Over 200 Meds $25Coupon Lake Access Estate 6.4
ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- feet; thence north address, telephone nui- this newspaper or (866)742- Mention Offer:#91A31.
TION -73P.702 OF THE 00929'38" east 12.67 feet;-bar, a bopy of your Ii-
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE thence south 8925556" cense, and both insur this newspaper or (866)742- Mention Offer:#91A31. AC-, $38,400 includes
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE thence south 89e55'56" ances to: Tri-County Com- I BOAT PARKING! (sold for
BARRED. east 6 002938" w feet; thence munityCouncil,Inc., R 1373 for more details or visit: (888)389-0461. tri-drugstore.900) Investor walked
NOTWITHSTANDING THE 12.6 feet to a curve con-, Box 850-57-9806; or deerfax to www.florida-classifieds.com. com.
TIME,. PERIODS SET cave io i re soutrlest ,aw- address- above w .fi foom downpmtr! Beautiful
FORTH ABOVE, ANY ,ng a 1 30us o1 2000 le- address 'above.'foCm nt.B a i
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) lher".:e soulhwesterly Tri-County Community ____ building site close to private
YEARS OR MORE AFTER along said curve for an arc Council, Inc. reserves the
THE DECEDENTS DATE distance of 26.36feet, the to rac b AUTO DONATIONS HELP WANTED fishing lake. Quiet country rd
OF DEATH IS BARRED. chord of said arc bearing list of the accepted con-__
chord of said arc, hearing tractors will be maintained.
The date of first publica- south 381519" west or As published in the Wash- Colonial Life seeks icensedge, utilities warranty
May23,f2009.0029'38"westfor68.15 ington County News May DONATE YOUR VEHICLE financing Call
Attorney for Personal Rep- feet to the point of6 ginrt- C tNU23, 2009.C E Life & Health agents to market deed.. Low financing. Call
resentative: ing. INVITATION TO BID RECEIVE $1000 GROCERY voluntary employee benefit before it s gone (888)792-
KERRY ADKISON Description: Newly cre- v lunar employee eneit
KerryAdkison, RA. ated Parcel "1" The Town of Ebro will ac- COUPON UNITED BREAST p n m to emp lo e r s. t 5253, x3021.
Chipley, FL 32428-0669 one-quarter of the south- Commercial Cab Pumper CANCER FOUNDATIONnt ial
(850)638-2643' west one-quarter and the Tanker 1250 pump 2200 y potential a (up. a atl Gia ANK
Florida Bar No. 0843253 northeast one-quarter of waterwith Class A foam Free Mammograms,. ,Breast r h t 904 24-5697 or Coastal Georgia BANK
Personal Representative: the southwest one-quarter Bids will be accepted at Can www.ubcfinfo Meredith at (904)42 ORDERED SALE 1+ A re
TONNAD.HOWARD and a portion of the north- the Town Hall located at ncer Info .ubcf.inf eredthBre er@comcast. ORDERED SALE 1+ Acre
18220 NW State Road12 west one-quarter of the 6629 Dogtrack Road, FREE Towing, Tax Deductible, et Ocean Access $29,900
Bristol, FL 32321 southeast one-quarter and Ebro, FI 32437 until 12:00 n t
As published in the Wash- a portion of the southwest pim. CST June 1, 2009. Non-Runners Accepted, (888)982-8952 x 5192 http://
ington County News May one-quarter of the Bids will be opened atthe Non-Runners Accepted, (888)982-8952 x 5192 http://
23,30,2009. southeast one-quarter of Town Hall at the above (888)468-5964. www.oceanaccess299.com/
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, Section'35, Township 1 time and date. Bids shall ( Help Wanted. Join Wil-Trans www.oceanaccess299.com/
FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL North, Range 13 West, be clearly marked on the
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Washington County, Flor- outside of the envelope, Lease or Company Driver AI
FLORIDA COUNTY arlydescribedasfollows: Tanker." d umpr BUILDING SUPPLIES Program.. Enjoy our Strong LAKEFRONT B RGAIN!
CIVIL ACTION NO. Commence at the soth- Any bids received after Freight Network.Must be 23. 135 ACRES (was $269,900)
67-09-CA-124 east corner of SectiOn 35; 12:00 p.m. CST on the Freight Network. Must be 23. (
APALACHICOLA STATE thence north 89955'51" above date will not be ac- META ROOFING. 40 r (866)906-2982 Now Only $179,900. Nicely
BANK, a west, along the south line cepted and will be re- TAL I 4 yr -29 8
division of COASTAL ofsaid Section 35,2525.22 turned unopened to the NWarranty-Buy direct' from wooded with dockable
COMMUNITY BANK, a feet; thence departing said bidder. I.- y o
FloridaBankig Crpora- south line un north Bid specifications shall be manufacturer 30/colors in $600 Weekly Potential$$$ de waterfront on Warrior
tion, 0022g'19" east 800.02 feet as specified or a compara- eLake Perfect for outdoor
.. ... Stock, w/all accessories. Helping 'the government PT. Laerect outdoor
Quick turn around. Delivery No Experience. No Selling. recreation/ hunting/ fishing.
I r Bavailable. Gulf Coast Supply Call: (888)213-5225 Ad Code: Convenient access 1-20.
& Mfg, (888)393-0335 www. M Excellent financing. Call now
GulfCoastSupply.com (800)564-5092, x1492
BUSINESS ___________________ HOMES FOR RENT STEEL BUILDINGS

OPPORTUNITIES 3Br 2Ba Foreclosure! $11,000!
A C V D Dy Only $199/Mo! 5% down 15 STRAIGHT LLCBUILDING

C&C Bookkeeping and KIMBERLYS, KU I Top Soil, Mushroom Com- earn $800 in a day? 25 Local $259/Mo! for listings (800)366- LOW PRICES...DEPOSITS
Tax Service. Open 5 day: 'KOLOR & KURLS I post, Rock, Sandand Cy- REDUCED. FLEXIBLE
awee 8am to Spin. Call OFFERING Hllitqs, press Mulch. Pick up or Machines and Candy $9,995. 9783 ext 5798
(850)638-1483 Color Perms, Haircus delivered Call: 773-3349 or o DELIVERY. 25X30 $5680.
-f tor the whole family & I 850-570-776. (888)629-9968 BO2000033 ____----------- __________
Need Grass Mowed? naI-areBy appoint- I Sod For Sale on the farm, CALL US: We will not be MISCELLANEOUS $8490. 35X50
Available anytime. Reason- mon and waik-ins Wet- delivered or installed. Can-
able rates. Call Joseph come Tuesday Fnday, tipede and 419 Bermuda. undersold! $10,400. 40X60 $12,980.
eovingtori@557-0133. 8Wes- wy 415 85; (850) 638-480. AIRLINES ARE HIRING -(850)50X100 $21,900. OTHERS!
I 90O/Shirley'sPels. I Established 1980 A c B S 5 1 N$2 0 YEARS
^ Bonfay FL32425 1 Your Retirement Account Train for high paying Aviation N BUSINESS 25 YEARS
80__ 73_8 y_ Disappearing? Motivated Maintenance Career.. FAA (800)7206857.

Headliners and Vinyl For Rent first in Chipley, people are making $500- approved program. Financial
iToprs Mobie nd Domen Waeoue n yu q i -. H -
o Uni d e Domestic don't havehe t f"We $3500 per day. No Selling, aid if qualified Housing ... ,,


. workplace. Reasonable edourhouseceane Do" Lamar Towns Not MLM. No Explaiingavailable. CALL Aviation
~P~i~ra ow vinyl abls Need your house cleaned? (850)638-4539, north of NNxplaining
rates on new viny Call Grasnnyandhergirls. Townsends.
and auto carpeting. Free 414 Townsends www.successnow123.com Institute of Maintenance
estimates. Call anytime, 8 7 m
638-7351es or (888)223-5772 (888)349-5387. ADVERTISING NETWOR$ OF FLORIDA
B&M Mower Repair &
CallToPlaceAnAd Carpentry, pressure wash- Service. Qualityworkat CARS FOR SALE ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE Classified Display Mefro Daily
ins, lawn care, patio & win- fair price. PickuJl & Deliv- _-_
In Classifieds. dow re-screening. great ery Available. Bill or Mary from Home. *Medical
Washington County rates. (850)638-4492 (850)638-4492 foo I ,
News Handyman SewingMachineandVac- Police Impounds! 99 Honda *Business, *Paralegal, _
(850) 638-0212 Need fencing, yard work Cleaner paionguall Accord $500! 99 Honda *Computers,*CriminalJustice. W
,Holmesndounty or tree trimming done? makes and models.AFree Civic $800! for listings call Job placement assistance.
Times-Advertiser Call Shorty: 850-547-9147, estimates, Westem Auto ivic $800! for listings call ob placement assistance. Week O
(850)547-9414 John: 850-441-7892orCa- 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay. (800)366-9813 ext 9271 Computer available. Financial May 24-30, 2009

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8 Saturday, May 23, 2009 Washington County News


S140 170 710 .7150 8210
Wanted To Buy antiques, - - - 2BR/1BA House for rent. For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom For Sale 87 Nissan 14 foot thick aluminum
a Tbs i Drivers Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off mobile homes in Bonifay Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA like 1024 acres, cleared or Sale: 87 Nissan 14 foot thick aluminum
codectibles, golectd, slver, Houston Rd. Call 638-1858 Call 850-547-3462 brand new, beautiful ot eve, paved oad ready pickup wtih tool box, cd, v-bow boat Holds up to 25
paintings, call AI SchmidtI DRIVERS WANTED I or info. 7 1 7 0 w/pond on 3 acres. Only for home or mobile home. standard, great running HP motor. Good condition,
paintings, ca7304 GREAT BENEFITS Mobile Home, 3BR/1V2BA, 45 mWins. to Panama City Listed by Realtor for tuck,$1,200.0 $350.00, 850-548-5555 or
850-638-7304 T-County community 2BR/1BA House with gar- $450. 2BR/1 BA $350., Hud rtTI FBeach. Owner may finance owner. $48,000. 850-547-2563 leave message
Council, Inc., is accept- age, utility room and huge accepted. 850-260-9795 7100 Homes or give $15,000 cash back. 850-573-6198
I ing application for the backyard. Near Kate Chipley city lmits. 7110i- eachHome $139,900 OB. Lowered
Washington County S Property 50K. (314) 346-3303.
S 3110 Transpiortation Program.. 1638-3773._Mobile Homes in Cot- 7120-Commercial
18,000 BTU TAir I nGreatBenefit Package. I 2BR/2BA House for rent in tondale on Sapp Rd, 8 mi- 7130- Condofr/Townhoose Two5acres&One 10ac- 8160 | 8330
18,000 BTU Air wo story with es E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, 7140 Farms & Ranches res on Buddy Rd. One 10
Conditioner REQUIREMENTS: basement on Blue Lake. 6 & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total 77150 -oilLs andmLAcreage Mobile Home acres & One 13 acres on FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki Cross Country G.M. 32'
Window unit. Works Greaal Must be 23 years of age Acres land. Rents for elec. (850)-258-4868 or 7170 Waterfront s $15,000 080 SW Trailer Gainer Rd. Owner financ- GSX R-1000. After market Motor Home, Runs good,
We put in central air. $300 1 and have an Operators I $1000 per month with 805 0-209-88 718o investment 16x80 2000 Skyline in Ex- ing For more info calMil- paint job. Minor scratches. nice, low mileage. Looks
Hi 7ea $1000 security deposit ww.charloscountryliv- Property cellent shape 3br 2ba. ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. Mileage, 12,900. Price, great. Everything works.
3eas year din eady for immediate occu- ing.com 71 Out-of-Tows Must be moved from prop- $5,500. 850,258-0096 Large generator. $5,500,
ivReal Estate arty. Patrick 849-2542 2007 Antic Cat 700 EFI.slarg erato.
I experience without, pancy. Progressive Realty, MOVE-IN-SPECIAL: Ce- 7200 Timeshare Snorkeled with gorillasell or trade.
I violations Must agree 638-8220. dar Gardens Community, axles. 27" wheels with ga- Nice, runsood Custom Van.$3,000
S 3130 to annual physical and I 2BR/2BA House for rent. weekly rent $105. for 3 tor tires. After market w ceFrd probe. L$oks
"Auction background screening., 2163 Toby Rutherford Rd. months, then monthly. De-3 7 110 clutch kit. Radiator moved. at, runs g ood. $1,500.
Auction u J 1 Call 548-5888. posit of $300. prorated 3 7100price'$5500 Call (850) 415-7192.
Saturday, June 13th, DUTIES: months. 3BR/B, 701 E Hwy 3BR/2BA Home. Large lot, 71SO 1990 GEO Metro 258-0096 for more info.15-7192.
8:00 A.M. Transport riders to a' 2BR/1 BA House. Main g0. 850-373-825 in Chipley 796 Sinclair St. nvertiblenew paint&
Hwy. 231 N, predetermined Street, Chipley. $625 Less than 1/2 mile from 2 Large Hillside Lake convertible, 4 MP $4,new paint000
Campbellton, FL Ischedule. Use two-way I month plus deposit. Transmitter Mobile Home Kate Smith school. lots. County maintained 850-836-8864
Selling: 2 farm radio. Must be able to 1 850-258-6720. Park, on Transmitter Rd, in $49,500. Call Kevin @. road. Water rights. Beauti-
dispersals, county, city, secure wheelchairs I 3BR/1%BA House unfur- Panama City 850-960-0619 850-251-6550. ful build sites..Large trees I170 I 8340
bank repos, plus (will train); be a team nished for rent i Sunny Circle J Mobile Home Park w/moss. South Washing-
consignments I player assisting other Hills. In ground pool, in Chipley, 921 N 2nd St.; 4BR/2BA Newly Con- ton County. 20 mins from 1995 Toyota Avalon, high For Sale: 4,16" Aluminum 1997 37FT Holiday Ram-
Mason Auction & Sales drivers when needed. I fenced yard, newer appli- &Graceville5262 Alabama structed Home. 1725 sqft new airport, 30 mins from miles. $1000. Also, 1995 ims, 6 lugs, came off a bier Motor Home. Diesel
LLC # 642 enjoy working wnin |ance, C/H&A, freshly St. 2&3 /BR units for rent, heated aea. In Sunny beach. 3052 & 3060 Toyota Camry. Wrecked, 1994 Toyota Truck, $60.00 pusher. Super slide. Lots
850-263-0473(Chipley) elderly. dsaleand painted, $895 month+ starting @ $350 per mo ills,-F $149,500. Call Woody Marion. $50,000 good parts car. $600, firm. Call 850-547-4656. of extras. $35,000.
850-258-7652 (Chad) owner riders Security. 850-527-5085. or infocall 260-3026 or 850-866-2590, Counts Re- ach lot. 269-626-8710. OBO. 850-535-9125. Leave Mssage 850-547-5228.
850-849-0792 (Gerald) S50527-0336 alty Group. Leave Message
www.masonauction. Applications may be 3BR/2BA Doll House in

com b obtea ined me l Jorge Says We'll Work Hard To Earn Your Business ht

3150 ^ by Tuesday, May 26 3BR(2BA House for rean
at 4 30 pm I o pel Applicationr
Discounted Steel BIdgs 'Forinformtion call neecOd Caii638 1918 6.I TYA
Big & Small Sharon Kent.D RL
Standard or Custom De- I Admitnltrisve Manager I 3BRi2BA Large Country D U R IN G O U R SALE 5/
sign. Get the Deal of I (850547-3689 I rre inr, AllOd .O650 a
Deals! Mg to Site Mont 850,547r 3BR 1iBA.r he
www.scg-grp.com Successful applicant will Ciry o Cononjiale i.I 500i
Source#0WA be subject to I ,Tonirn Deposr &
Phone: 850-391-0204 I pre-employ, ent drug I 8elr,-required
lest. 85,79-4317
Wanted: for barn con- I let FOR RENT: IBRieBA_.
struction; tin, post and I Only qualified Frn: home ,r. country. B i A
lumber (any size). Call wi e .: re or.I
856-212-6964 I applicants w ,b miest r,,nh 0 Borilay -
8~0.21.2-6984 considered. $400 am rrcrln $800 to ..

*EMPLOYER AND DRUG For Rent: 3BR 2A, or.: dMon- Memoral liH orm
32 0AND SMOKE FR omeE L 6all -W .orr'"-God A.er.
S-SWORKPLACE I L::aled rin Cry..iie Ca Tha diTR llOi r Veterans God Bless America!
22 Avenue, Chiply. We
B&B Furniture 1342 Norbh li s h e r ..,,-57-3'2
pay cash for clean, quality Publisher's GREAT SELECTION HUCE FACTORY REBATES FRIENDLY STAFF ZERO DOWN WITH
850-415-6866.Ask for maintain 4 rr ome Notice APPROVED CREDIT OVER 25 YEARS OF SERVICE NO GAMES, NO GIMMICKS
Pasco or Carolyn ilen ,nr ., 11 "while livng C En 0.
Like New. Dining room Needed ASAP 1ro Il :. oi Ic COMPElT I VE INTEREST -RATES & .GR AT DEALS, COME CIl ECK IT O li!
suite, breakfast table with Drugs/No A Crol ir r. .
two barstools, loveseat, 850-260-9795 ,T c. ,i .. i.-..
home study suite.Make of- __,,_,_____r____ll_ __ _ l-li.i
fer, 638-3773. Health care l ii .. | 1

Massage Therapist pos.- Il.:.. : H ..m r El
tion availaoile for lai growN ei-.. I,, ,,i t
f P3230 . Lamb's Flea. Market & Excellent Earnrings Polen .r..: :rr,. ur., ariP irPe
Salvage Yard. open Thurs- tial Fa> ) iesurrK, e r. ,Rir.~ir
day,- Friday, 8-3, Saturday 850-415-1967 , :,
8-12. Hwy. 70 Esto, FL. .:,U,, .:_,,, : .:r i ,,.J :
Name-brand clothes for ru'"'"A
whole family for less. Lots o re 8 2 -016------
other items. 850-263-0161' I- ... g
Multi Family Yard Sale. I.rrl.i .... I11r T
May 22, 23, 24. Sunny ou Can Have t AIII
Hills, 4083 Linwood Dr. I You Can Have It Alo, ,,, r,
Large variety, clothing I Lie balance r rr: rin r
toys, paintings, lawn I Competileve salary e I p a, U.r, A cuai0
mwrs. Bar-serlng benefits
Sat, May 23rd, 7am-Until. Amedisys Home Heartn In C I n
Lots of very reasonably of Naples 1. T1 .I re
priced items. Bread ma- is currently seeking ie r.l r, ,Tp3
chine, crock pots, other etolowing" er
kitchen misc., some fumi- I I -
ture, etc: No clothes. 645 Occupational I
3rd St., North of RR tracks. Th rapist-FT/PRN
Week Long Moving Sale. I Theraplst-FT/PRN I"
May 23rd-30th. 8am-5pm. I For consideration I
Househ1679 2nold itAve., Wausau. please contact I All Prces and Discour ts Ater Any aclory Rle r. Factory To Dealer incerilrve PluLTa .and Tag Subjl to Presase. Any crure are for allusrratcor purposes only
Household items, clothes, I Jake Rocne
books, and.misc. @ 866-651-4639 I 617.0
Iwwrwu ,ay Moat lyNod iPRE-0WNED VEHICLES SUPER SALE!
--. 16- --EOEMFDNl 0-6384640.I EAT SE[ECTION ZERO DOWN WITH APPROVED CREDIT PAYMENTS TO
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I- 1--.------ ---- i roo -. m8R, kilchen, h inin u Ob, &S. .,,., -r., 11 "1 1 ,- .
I -LARRYCAGLE- room, mobile home- in p-FIT YOUR BUDGET OST UNITS QUALIFY FOR EXTENEP WARRANTY .
I1 you need to .
I "buy or sell" I 2BR/2BA 14x70 MH. Unfur-
const equ;pmrenl, 1 4130 nished. No pets. $500I0CEI R7P A
Dozers. Loaders I Other month, $350 deposit. Call
I Excaaors. ForresI r 638-1462.
I Conge@cal eequIp- Mystery Shoppers, get 2BR/2BA Unfurnished on
mcagle@cagLo quip- I paid to shop Retail/dining 5 acres near Crystal Lake., ti
cell 850-449-1432 establishments need un- $450 month, $400 de-A
celuncl 850-49 ..1 derercover clients to judge posit. Very hice. Call
quality customer service. 850-624-1574.
Earn up to $150 day 3BR/2BA14X70 Mobile
C all (888) 523 1013. home located in Chipley,
SS Fl., at 1105 South Blvd.
LESSONS AVAILABLE: .----c----.y. Call 850-209-5696 or 0I S 07 Y
Limited space. Piano, Gui- 850-209-1426.
tar, Bass, Drums, BanjoLIET / C -- L R W FRP
Mandolin, Violin, Flute 3BR2BA Mobile Honme in
OpenMon-Sat. Chpppe4 Park. 'WD
Covington Music. root-up. One block from_ .
DCelemTerntary'schdol. No .ONLY
Downtown Cheey. pelst $525 amonlh, $525
850-638-5050. 57 5o d eposit. Call 850-638-0560
.REAL E.ATE FOR .or 850-774-3034. $ 6
1100 Busilness/ 3BR/2BA Mobile Home.
Commercial CH/A. Call 373-8922.
6110 Apairtments08 RD5NII I
6120 Beach Rentals 3BR/2BA w/large addition
6130 -Condofrownhouse on 2 acres, fenced. 26i
6140- House Rentals storage buildings. Smoke
a s150 -Roommate Wanted free environment, no pets.
e1sa Rooms or Resnt $575 amo.th plus deposit.
6170 Mobile Home/Lott.
e180- ut-of-Town Rentals Water & Sewage included.
4100 Help Wanted 6190 Timeshare Rentals 850-258-2086.
4130 Employment B200 Vacation Rentals 3BR/1BA, 3/4 mile from
Information .Bonifay Elem School. On-35 8 8$*
Hwy 177A. Call 547-3746.
4106100 3BR/2BA' Doublewide. MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
Greenhead, Sunny Hills
...Executive Office Space area on 2 acres. First, last eTIO N W N ED
for rent downtown Chipley. & security Call
All util. incl'd 638-1.918 850-773-3908.G eOW0
Adminisirative/Clerical B-,-1 3BR/2'A- TOY OTA PR I ED TO
Farm Land for lease. 8 $450. mo;. 2BR/2BA I
Admin Asst acres. 850-638-2999. 1$425. mo SD. Quiet mo- I ECHOS 7 Years, 100,000 Mile rovoTA 160 Point Quality TUNDRAS
Secretary bile,-: home park. COROLLAS Limited Warranty** .Assurance Inspection 4-RUNNERS
WC Tourist Development ..50-6- -59 *. CIICAS 7 Years, 100,000 Mile * Great selection From HIGHLANDERS
Council (TDC) in Chipley. For Rent. 2BR/1BA Sin- TACOMAS Roadside Assistance** Corollas to Sequoias SEQUOAS
Advanced clerical support glewide in Bonifay. $365 EXAMPLES: YARIS
to include all MicroSoft Of- I0 gI dionMRYeqiry.$
fice software plus public 0BE amon h deposit required. 08 TOYOTA CAMRY LE 04 TOYOTA TACOMA 09 TOYOTA PRIUS
contact. 20 hr/wk, no ins. II BEST RATES IN BONI 88-2999.- LEATHER, SUNROOF TRD, PRE-RUNNER, V-6 DOUBLE CAB LOW MILES, SHAR
Starts $10 hr. Valid FL driv- FAY I For Rent. Nice 3BR Mo- LEATHER, SUNROOF TR, PRE-RUNNER, V-6, DOUBLE CAB LOW MILES, SHARP
erslicenserequired. Ques- 602 S. Weeks St. Effi- bile Homeon nice big lot. 05 TOYOTA CAMRY LE 08 TOYOTA TACOMA 07 TOYOTA MATRIX XR
tions and ALL applications" ciency, 1/bdrm and 2 C/H&A, stove, refrigerator,
to WC Human Resources bdrm$350- $470/month ceiling fans. CLEAN, SHARP CARI DOUBLE CAB, V-6, SPORT SUNROOF, NICE!
Dept., 850-415-5151. by City util. &' pest control Water/garbage/extermintor 09 TOYOTA YARIS 07 TOYOTA CAMRY 05 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER
COB May 29, 2009. Vets incl New Owners, newly furnished. Mow grass in 4 DOOR, AUTOMATIC HYBRID, SHARP CAR V-6. NICE VEHICLE
pref per FS 295.08. EOE remodeled Call: summertime & change NC 4 DOOR, AUTOMATIC HYBRID, SHARP CAR V-6. NICE VEHICLE
and Drug Free WorkplAce. (850)557-7732 filters. Sorry no pets. 08 TOYOTA TUNDRA 06 TOYOTA CAMRY LE 07 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER
Web id # 34037602 638-1911 or326-2201. DOUBLE CAB, V-8- LOCALTRADE 4x4, LIMITED, SHARP!
1BR Apartment in Chip- For Rent: 2BR, clean, new
Caregiver .ley. Good location. No paint and carpet, smoke MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
Caregiver position open at pets. 638-4640. free, good environment.. ..)
Holmes Creek ALF in Ver- $485. a month. Vernon AlII Pnces and'Discournts After Any Factory Rebate, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale.
non. Duties include cook- 850-535-9672
ing, cleaning and assisting. 2BR/1'/BA two-story Apt Mobile Home for rent
residents with other daily for rent. No pets. 638-1918 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and Rememberf You
living requirements. Work or 850-258-5521.. lawn service furnished. 3
schedule is Thursday thru miles east of Vemon on Pi-
Saturday, 1pm to 9pm,nT1T a" Can't Come Tow.
Sunday and Monday 1lOam oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or
until 6pm. One week paid 325-233-9224, or
vacation after one yearI 6140o2 .Ave. ,
and paid sick days Mobile Home in country; A Dr Penn. Ave., M arianna, FL, ive
available. Dependability is 2BR cabin 1BA, no pets. one 4BR/2BA, double A-0all, 1Drive
Background check re- month. Deposit required. 2BR/2BA single wide. For ( 8 0 5 6 3 1"0ItTo-Y23U8.
quired. Please call (850)-326-2412.8 miles more information call Che us out at: www .m ariam atoyota.com
850-260-1871 South Bonffay 850-547-3546 J
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