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Title: Washington County news
Uniform Title: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)
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Language: English
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Publisher: Washington County news
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Place of Publication: Chipley, Fla
Publication Date: May 30, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
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STURDAY, MAY 30,2009 www.chipleypap er.com Volum e 86, Number 16 50(


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includes evaluating departments
and personnel that need further
training and in -what area, and
getting those the training .they
need.
Brush suggested "block train-
ing," where they are taught mn
blocks and after every block there
would be~ a test of practical appli-~
cation.
'You can't expect to change
things that have been gping on
for years in w~eek," said Sheffield.;
"We're not here for local politics;
we're here for compliance and
safety.'


are here to assist in educating the
Washington County fire services."
Sheffield explained that' they
were not there to officially help
just yet and that the evening's
meeting was just an introduction
to the services they would be able
to provide for Washington County.
"!People expect professional-
ism from us," said Brush. "Not
only for the sake of insurance, but
'to prevehit loosirig any member of
our team; a member of our coi--
munity."
Some major point's brought xp
in the meeting wrere the fact that


only someone classified 'a Fire-
fighter I can be authorized to en-
Ster a collapse zone and that only
someone classified to a Firefight-
Ser ll can receive a salary.
"We are not here to tell them
how to run things, we're just here
to help provide them with infor-
mation on the regulations and
Possible plafis for improvement,
Said Brush.
Sheffield said that it was more
.like an ~"educational process"
where t~he state had offered to
assist in making a plan.
Part of the planning process


(E(ILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
tspeochiple poer.com

GIIPLEI Represeritatives from.
the State Fire Marshal's office
Safety.Programs Mlanager Char'
ley Brush and Fire. College In-
structor Henry Sheffield, visited
with. Washington County's rep~re-
sentatives from fire services and
Board of County Commissioners
May 26 to discuss possible ways of
imroe s e alize in certification
and ~training," said -Brush. "We


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E~ILPG Volulnteers
with Habitat for Human-
ity turned the keys ove~r
to a happy Rosiah Baker
and family Thursday; af-
ternoon as the project to
bitild the sixth THbitat
home was completed.
"Thank you to all the
volunteers and t~han~k
you for my new home,"
Baker said. Her faniily
is children Arnanai, Ahn-
anami and TySauna, and
brother Bryan.
Fred B uchanan
served as emcee with
JTanet Lovette lea;gg l
the devotional. David
Ridley presented Baker
,with her certificate of
ownership~, the keys and
a Bible for the home.
Habitat is not a give-
away. program.; .House~s
are sold to partner fami-.
lies at no profit and fi-
'nanced with affordable
loans.
In addition to a down
payment and monthly
mortgage payments, ho-
meowners invest hun~
dreds ~of hours of t~hek
own labor (sweat ~eq-
uity) into building their
Habitat house.
For more informa-
tion on Habitat call R~e-.
becca Harris at 638-8376,
A'yshia Hatcher, 638-4555 .
or the Habitat Thrift
SEE HABITAT I A2


Top photo:
David Ridley
presents the
pberwork and
keys to Rosia .
Baker and family.
Right photo:
The children are
already at home
on Morris Street.
More -photos at
~chipleiypaper.
com


Take .Stock
receiVe~s donations

Jean Odom and Mary
Ann Scurlock, on
beh'alf of Guettler &
Guettler Inc., made a
donation .to support
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"The production of methamphet-
amine is a dangerous hazard to our
citizens~and community," said Chief
Kevin Crews. "Methamphetamine
can be produced at any location,
and is an illicit drug that is growing
in popularity.
"The Chipley Police Department
continues its commitment to the
apprehension- and prosecutions of
those individuals who continue to
violate laws of: this nature.
"We strongly encourage citizens
to continue to call with information
regarding illegal activity."


From staff reports
GIIPLEY On the night of May 22,
Chipley Police Department officers
executed a search warrant at a
residence at 469 Regan Lane in Chi-
pley. Information was provided by
Chipley Police Department.
Subsequent to searching the
residence, officers found items used
in the manufacture of methamphet-
amine.
Arrested were Bobbi Jo Noss
and Coy Jennings for drug related
charges. .
*Noss was charged with the pos-


session of a controlled substance
and possessionk of drug parapher-
nalia.
Jennings was charged with at-
tempted manufacture of metham-
phetamine and violation of proba-
tion.
This residence has been the tar-
get of a narcotic investigation for ap-
proximately four weeks. Jennings is
no stranger to the CPD, according
to the report, since he was ari~ested
from this same residendce on New
Year's Eve for being a convicted
felon in possession of a firearm.


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EBRO The Washingtoli
County Board of County
Commission's unanimously~
approved Board Member'
Eddie Holman's motion
that unless volunteer fire-
fighters become certified
with the proper EVOC cer-
tification within the' next
30 days, they will not be al-
lowed to operate emergen-
cy vehicles. The action was
taken during the BOCC's
regularly _scheduled meet-
ing May 28.
An update giiren by
Ch~airman Bill Howell was
'that Glen Zanetic had his
title shifted to Sunny Hills
Fire Administrator, instead
df Fire Chief, until he com-
pletes his certification.
"We aren't going t'o fire
a firefighter just because
they aren't qualified," he
said. "Traininig of those
who need it are already in
the works."
County PublicSafety Di-
rector Roger Dale Hagan
assured that all efforts
are being made to main-
tain the utmost in public
safety while reaching those)
requiirements set byr the
state.
"We are doing every-
thing in our power to meet

Howell. "Bickering among
ourselves isn't going help
resolve the situation a~ny
faster, if at all."
Board member Donnie
Stricktland motioned that
those who pay for their own
Pipe should have the $500
driveway fee waived.
"I've been approached
by quite a few of the elderly
that just couldn't afford
these fees," said Strick-
land. "Durinig these times
ofeconomicstrain,can'twe
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Store on Main Street in Chipley,
415-5600.
For information about Habitat
go to http://www.habitat.org/

New store manager
The Thrift Store is now open
under new management.
BBl DiZinno has volunteered to
manage the store, with significant
changes including reorganizing
inventory and developing men's,
ladies' and children's department.
The store is open 9:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. Monday-Friday, and volun-
teers are needed for the expanded
store hours. For information call
415-5600. Donations are always
welcome. .


JAY FELSBERG | The Washington County News
Right photo: Bill DiZinno is the news manager of the Thrift Store. Left photo: Volunteers and members of the Baker family
join to celebrate completion of the sixth Habitat project.


BOARD from page Al


cium out of our teeth
leaving a damaged
hole or cavity.
Our strong re com-
mendat~ion to our pa-
tients is to look closely
at the amount and fre-
quency of solid or liq-
uid sugar intake they
have daily. It is not just
candy and cookies, but
also soft drinks, power
drinks, gum, mints,
coffee and tea with
~sugar, etc. The less
sugar~we give the bugs
the lower the acid lev-
els will be and the less
likely you and/or your
children will have
tooth damage.
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Local


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soo" as ti re igns frm
codeo Enfo nter CHE
Knauer gave an update to
various projects in pr~og-
resWater distribution
permits for the Industrial
Park are in and theaceness
rodsK urecomng aog,"
"FEMA will be here till
the end of July, so they're
here for a while if we need
them."
He explained that they
were ready to proceed
with the needed work on
Old Bonifay Road.'
It was announced that a
groundbreaking ceremony
is planned for the new bus
loop and classrooms at
Vernon Elementary School
on June 2 at 11 a.tn.
for~te ide ovas gwen
Celebration for Saturday,
starting at 10 a.m.
The next workshop is
scheduled for June 11 and
the next Board meeting is
scheduled for June 16, re-
suming at the usual loca-
tion and time at the County
Annex. on South Boulevard
at 1 p.m.


af dbdtoorgive a, little di t
thThet motion tpa sed
land, Holman and Charles '
Brock voting yes and Bil
Howell and Joel Pate vot-
In county Pai-ks and Rec-
reation Director. David
tCo bin rbpodtd tSa te
ny Hils community build-
ing is almost $100,000, with
$35,000 to go to complete
i.Some expnses includ-
edth e l-hn yt a
anese 0 pe ofn$6s50seanmd a
fire alarm system estimat-
ed at $3,500
"'When this building is
finished, I know it is some-
thing that we can al be
proud of fr Cmaniymyears to

sente wth dpr p sal e-
reviewmng zoming issues m
rlto o'no- iror zonng
wiith possible bird afflic
htiosfahadrseome airports
onThis wasee 1 iede a
sure to reduce the risk of


It was announced that a
gfOundbreaking ceremony is
planned for the new bus loop and
clRSsrooms at Vernon Elementary
School~ on June 2 at 11 a.m.


attracting bird populations
into the fly zones.
The Board also ree-
ognized May as Mental
Health Month, with part
of the proclamation read-
ing: "Healthy individuals
and healthy communities
are essential elements
of any strong and vibrant
society, mental health dis-
orders and mental health
problems affect people
of all ages, backgrounds,
and at all stages of life
and' Washington County's
dental vo alt svd rs
working to dispel the fears,
myths and misunderstand-
ings commonly associated
with mental illness and in-
crease access to treatment
and support services."
The -Life Management
Center of Northwest Flor-
ida is joining wlith Mental
Health America to observe


Mental Health Month each
May to "raise awareness
and understanding of men~
tal illness.
The Board approved
advertising for the "Elms
Nickel," which is -a five-
cent per gallon fuel tax
,that would contribute to
road construction or the
matching grants.
"Right now we don't
even have the ability to
go after grants because
we have nothing to match
them with," said. Howell.
"This ad etasn p t tht
if we do decide this is the
course of action to take, we
have the ability to do so."
The Board approved
of Tommy McDonald fill-
ing the vacant position on
the Tourist Development
Council and Jim Lassiter
for the position on the
Planning Commission as


You MedZn I Have Another
Person after person is oral hygiene. It de-
resists going to their pends on how effec-
dentist out of atvoid- : tive we are at properly
ance to learn. of just cleaning every surface
how healthy or un- of every tooth multiple
healthy their mouths times a day. Almost ev-
are. The frustration ery person whoenters
for a very large per- a ~dental offce is usmng
centage of the public a toothbrush everyday.
is trying their best to :Yet, 90% or more have
take care of their den-~ never been taught how
tal health daily and yet to be the most effec-
at their dental check-. tive with using dental
up they learn once hygiene tools (tooth-
again that they have a brush, floss, perio-aids,
cavity. etc).
Why is it that people The last leg of our
can ~work -consistently stool (and by far the
and intently on caring' greatest influence) is
for their dental hygiene nutrition. Most people
arid still have damage believe sugars we eat
to their teeth? Tooth or drink cause cavi-
healthiness or wellness ties. Yet, the sugars
can be envisioned as a are onlyr the food &
iTThree Leg~ged Stooli. energy sbu'rce for bugs
Each leg of the stool is (bacteria), which live
a variable, which must mn all human mouths.
be considered in order The .oral bugs use
to keep teeth healthy sugars (solid ~or' liquid
and sound. form) as .food, covert
The first leg of the 'it to energy and then
stool is what wie inher- release waste product
it when we are born into our mouths. This
'our dental genes. This ~wa~ste from the bugs
is the variable we have is the real culprit to
no control over. Yet, tooth enarnel since it is
heredity is the least potentt ACID. These
important variable acids dissolve the cal-
that influences tooth
health long-term.
Even though we do
not have control of
our heredity, this vari-
able can be cornpen- 4307 Thir
sated for with effort Mariagna,
toward the other two
variables. .(850) 5:

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Staff Writer
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CHIPLEY-Washington Coun-
ty School Board members, as
well as Chipley High School
administration and athletic
staff alike, gathered together
for the opening ceremony of
the school's new weight room
Wednesday afternoon.
"in all of rny nine years,
this is by far the best facility
I- have ever had the privilege
Sto work in," said Coach Will
Holley.
The old weight room is be-
ing converted into two class-
rooms.
"This new weight room
was a long time coming and
the students and faculty have
beepz veD pteont,' said Prin
wi eb a great a tset t al ah
for many years to come."


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CECILIA SPEARS | The Washington County News
Principal Pat Dickson (right), gives tour of the new weight room.


The Chipley Kiwanis
Club heard ~from Jemli-
fer Sapp, with the Gifted
Students Program, along
with several gifted stu-
dents ~fi-om the Washing-
ton County School District
at their regular weekly
luncheon.
During the luncheon,
Sapp was awarded a do-
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Kiwanialns heard sev-
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jects such as milk cows,
the history of the M&M,


and offshore fishing for
inackerel.
The Kiwanis Club of
-Chipley has been pro-
viding ~support to youth
oriented events and pro-
grams for 68 years ,and
last year supported 36
organizations throughout
the courity.
Next on the fund'rais-
ing schedule will be the
Annual Golf Tournament
and this fall the ever-
popular Kiwanis Dinner
Theatre.
The club meets each
Tuesday at Patillo's Res-
taurant (in the Washing-
ton-Holmes County Tech-
nzical Center) at noon. For
an invitation to lunch, con-
tact any Kiwanian or call
Elaine Chadwell, Mem-
bership Chairperson, at
850-258-3142.


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Fisher represents Washington Farm Bureau on D.C. trip


saturday, May 30, 2009


Local-


A4 I washington County News


Vernon Elementary
School students
in Mary Ward's
Kindergarten class
recently enjoyed
celebrating Mother's
Day by hosting, "Tea
":~~ Time with Mom."
Students invited
their mothers to the
classroom for this
event.
Each mother was
gifted with a teacup -
Swith tea, homemade
cookies decor-ated
like bedroom
.slippers, and a


momns enloyled in the
decorated classroom.
Among those in
attendance, one
student, E.J.Gondziviedthe

Ii generations of
mothers, his great-
grandmother, his
Grandmother and his
own mom.


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May 12, stop at the USDA,
they held talks with agen-
cy officials on renewable
energy, implementation of
the 2007 Farm Bil, pend-
ing legislation in response
to climate change, and ag-
ricultur~al pest and disease
problems.
Small groups of -agri-
culturists also inet with
individual members of
Florida's congressional


agriculture with a power-
ful voice in our nation's
capital. We look forward
to .developing legislation
that wlill allow our farmers
and ranchers to continue
producing safe, affordable
and abundant food and fi-
her. We will follow ixp these
discussions with. more
meetings throughout the
year."


George Fisher, Wash-
ington County Farm Bu-
reau~ Vice President and
Women's 'Leadier Stacy
Fisher, took an active role
in a citizens lojbbying trip
to Washington, D.C., from
SMay 11 to May 13.
Fishier joined farmers
and~ ranchers from across
the` Sunshine State in
visits with their national
lawmakers, congressional


staff and U.S. Department
of Agriculture officials.
The annual event, spon-
sored b~y Florida Farm Bu-
reau, is known as "From
the Field to the Hill."
Farm Bureau members
discussed various.federal
policy issues that affect
farm production in Florida
while they were in our na-
tion's capita~l.
For example, during a


delegation .for detailed
conversations about pro-
posals for new food safety
Regulations, a revision of
the Clean Water Act and
the reduction of green-
house gas emissions.
Florida Farm Bureau
President John Hoblick
said the visit gave -farm-
~ers and ranchers an op-
portunity to express their
responsible opinions on


policies that affect their
livelihoods.
"Our members of-
fered excellent firsthand
evidence about the likely
effects a number of mea-
'suk-es now being consid-
ered by the Congress will
have for agricultural op
tions,'' he said. "Byr visiting
our national leaders and
executive officials in per-
son, they provided Florida


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Fisher, Wash'ington County Farm Bureau Vice President; ~Stacy Fisher, Washington County Farm Bureau Women's Leader; and Kevin Morgan, Executive Director,
Florida Farm Bureau.


CHIPLEY As a result of fund rais-
ing events throughout the past year,
Kiwanis presented a total of nine
scholarships during the gryduation
festivities in Washington County.
Kiwanis scholarships are pre-
sented to high school graduates and
college students completing their
freslutlan year, and can be used to
help with college costs during the
first two years of a college educa.
tion.

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involvement in school and commu
nityr activities, leadership positions,
and a commitment to helping others
through community service.
Chipley High School graduates
receiving scholarships were Jordan
Thomas Rudd, Aja Shavee Finklea,
and Allison Marie Marco. At Vernon
High School the scholarship recipi-
ent was Allyson Elizabeth Curtright.
Completing their first year. at
Chipola and receiving a scholarship
renewal were Jesse Carter, Chad
Davis, Alan Moss, Ethan Solger, and
Kayla Stewart.
Kiwanis sponsors youth club ac
tivities at the grade school, middle
school, ~and high school levels. Both
Vernon and Chipley high schools
have Key Clubs for grades 9-12 that -
select, plan and conduct community
service and fund raising projects
each school year. Each club has
school faculty advisors that provide
strategic guidance, but the intent is


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dent governed and lead.
At the middle school level, the Ki-
wanis Builders Clubs provide the op-
portunity for students to fill leader-
ship positions and all members learn
to be part~of a self-directed organiza-
tion that makes its plans and brings
service and fund raising events to
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participate in events they have per-
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ages 6-12 years. These young stu-
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youth clubs from school counselors,
school administrative staff, and teach-
ers, or by contacting the Kiwanis Club
members in Washington County.
The Kiwanis Club of Chipley has
been providing support to youth
oriented events and programs for
68 years and last year supported 36
organizations throughout the county.
Next on the fund raising schedule
will be the Annual Golf Tournament
and this fall the ever-popular Kiwan-
is Dinner Theatre.
The club meets Tuesdays at Pat-
thlo's Restaurant inthe middle of the
Washington-Holmes County Techni-
cal Center (WHTC) at Noon. For
an invitation to lunch, contact any
Kiwanian or call Elaine Chadwell,
Membership Chairperson, at 258-
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its fellowship hall on Sun-
day, May 31'from 3-5 p.m.
Local talent will be fea-
tured and refreshments
will be served.

SWashington
COUnty GMIouRcOS
checkpoints
The Washington County
Sheriff's Office will be con-
ducting driver license and
vehicle inspection check-
points during the month of
June 2009 mn Washington
County at one or more of
the following locations:
St. Mary's Road, St.
Matthew's Road, Elkrcam
Blird., Sunny Hills Blvd.,
Deltona Blvd., Singer
Road, Hwy. 77, Hwy 79,
Hwy 90, Hwy 166, Hwy 170,
Hwy 1~73, Hwy 179, Hwy
273, Hwy 276, Hwy 276A,
and Hwwy 277.
Checkpoints will in-
clude, but are not limited
to, these locations.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
deetv evehiclewheqct -
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' li-
cense laws of the State of
Florida.
The Washington County
Sheriff's Office has found
these checkpoints to be
ani effective means of en-
for~cing the equipment
and drivers license laws of
Florida while ensuring the
protection of all motorists.


Florida Highway Patrol
will conduct driver license
and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the
month of June on the road-
ways listed below in Holm-
es, Jackson and Washing-
ton counties.
SRecognizing the danger
presented to the public by ~
defective vehicle equip-
ment, troopers will con
centrate 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
S286 during the month.
County roads with in-
spqction points inci:de No. `
69A, 162, 164, 165, 165A, 167,
169, 173, 177, 177A, 7,119, 11,
185, 271, 276,.279, 280, 284,
and Snow Hill Road,
The Patrol has found .
these checkpoints to be

driver license laws of Flor-
ida while ensuring the pro-
tection of all motorists.

CHS Cow Chip
FOStiVa
HIlPLEY Chipley High
School is planning a Cow
Chip .Festival Saturday,
Sept. 26 at new CHS Sports
Fields starting at 10 a.m.
Cow Chip Bingo will pit
your luck against the gas-
tronomical actions of a cow
and her ability to do "what
comes naturally." A 50 x 50
yard playing area will be
divided into squares. Each
square represents a "land
deed par~cel"* that can be
purchasdd for $5 each.
Checks should be made
payable to Chipley High
School.
At noon on Sept. 26 the
cows will be brought onto
the field and the first three
"cl~ips' will be recorded and
Measured by the Cow Chip
Judges. They will then lo-
cate the land deed parcels
and determine the win-
nel's. First chip wins $250;
second chip wins $500 and
the~ ~ ~ t oeir ci i $,0,
base on th percentage of

Your "deed" to a Cow
ChipBingo square confers
no cotuale rhts of owner-
It is only valid on the
day of the event for the
duration of the game.
Other planned events
include Kiss the Cow, Cow
Chip Tossing, hay rides for
the kids, 5K "Cow Trot",
Jail and Bail, barbeque,
baked goods and conces-
SIOnS.
Official sponsors are
Professional Printing and
Designs, Stonies Chipley
Packng co., Washington
County Farm Bureau,
Washington-Holmes Cat-
tleman's Association and
theF Wsternere Incinom-
tion, contact Alex Webb or
Bryan Lee at Chipley High
School at 638-6100.

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Jean Odom and Mary Ann Scurlock, representing Guettler & Guettler Inc., presented the donation to David
Solger of Take Stock In Chil'dren.


Take Stock receives donations


to draw on funds for up to 120 credit
hours of secondary education.
Take Stock In Children for Wash-
ington ~County will be requesting
matching~ funds from the Florida
program at the end of April to re-
serve scholarship allocations to be
presented next November.-
Applications to qualify for the
Scholarship program will be avail-
able at the~start of the new school
year in August.
Currently, there are 68 students
in Washington County participating
in the program and 16 are expected
to graduate this year.
Some of the graduating seniors
have been in the program since 2005


when it was started in Washington
County, although the state-level pro-
gram dates from 1995.
Currently, the Washington Coun-
ty program has a need for volun-
teers as mentors, especially at Ver-
non High School and Vernon Middle
School, and to serve on all three
. primary committees (Leadership
Council, Mentor Committee, Stu-
dent Advocate Committee..
For more information, volunteer,
discuss student opportunities, con-
tact David Solger at 638-1276, or to
make a donation, contact Rey Gus-
tason at 638-5663, or visit the state
program Website at www.takestock-
inchildren.comn.


HilPLEY Take Stock In Children
(TSIC) was presented with a dona-
tion on Friday, April 24.
Presenting the donation were
Jean Odom and Mary Ann Scurlock
on behalf of Guettler & Guettler Inc.
The firm ~has donated previously to
support Take~ Stock In Children.
Combined with other local do-
nations from Washington County it
will help make college scholarships
avaiilable for selected students to
continue their education. Scholar-
ships are funded through local do-
nationis and a matching fund by the
state TSIC program, and are placed
in the Florida Prepaid College Plans
account until the student is qualified


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Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying -SPEED Cd 9 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
SSprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 1 1:30 a.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ABC @ 1 p.m.
Nationwide Heluva Goodl.20() ABC @ 1:30 p.m.
May 31
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 10:30 pn.m
Sprint Cup Series Pre-Race Show FOX @ 12i:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Dover 400 FOX @ 1 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane SPEED @ 7 p.m.
June 5
Splint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ 11 a.m.
NASCAR Live SPEED @ 2 'p.m.
Sprint Cup. Ccors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 2:30 p~m.
Nationwide Series Practice ESPN2 @ S p.mn.
`Camping World Series Setup SPEED @ 7:30 p.mn.
Camping World Series WinStar World 400 SPEED @ 8 p.m.
June 6
Spricit Cup Senies' Practice SPEED @ 9 a.m.
-Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Nationwide Series Coors light Pole Qualiftying ESPN2 @Q 2 p.~m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 6 p.m.
Nationwide Series Federated Auto Parts 300 ESPN2 @ 6:30 p~m.


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Hendrick could shake up No. 88
After. months of ~firmly declined. to give Eur.a vote
backing Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s of confidence a day after
crew chief, car owner Rick NASCAR's most popular.
Hena~ck was noncommittal .driver was 40th in the Coca-
about Tony Eury Jr.'s future .Cola 600, his worst finish of
Tuesday. the season.
Although Hendrick said Hendrick left open the
no ~personnel clbanges have possibility that Earnhardt
been made on Earnhardt's 'could have a new crew chief
No. 88 Chevrolet, he this weekend ini Dover, Del.

Ganlon fails post race check at Lowe's
.NASCAR has penalized ing exceeded the maximum
owner-driver Robby Gordon specified toe angle.
for rule violations committed Gordon has been penalized
at Lowe's Motor Speedway. 50 owner and driver points.
In post race inspection oili- Crew chief Kirk Almquist has
cials found the rear axle hous- been fined $50,000.


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On the


Bubble

Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earr hardt
Pomins: 877
Points out of 34th: 94
Points ahead of 36th: 41
Driver Points
Paul Menard 1033
Robby Gordon 967
John Andretti 877
Scott Speed 836
David Gilliland 756
Joe Nemechek 613


LO ng tO~tk M0I es home


By BILL GAMYBLIN
sports@srpressgazette.com '

~The Igonster Mile awaits which
Sprint Gup Series~drives vill be able to .
tame the mile concrete oval and'take
home their unique trophy.
Dover is particularly interesting
during the first stop there during the
NASCAR season .as the past 12 edi-
tions of the. Autism Speaks 400 pre-
sented by Heluva iGood! Sour Cream
Dips and Cheese have produced 12 diff-
ferentt winners. There hasnt'tbeen a
repeat winner in the 21st Century. Jeff
Gordon is the only double winner since
1996. Gordon's niost recent Dover .
:spring victory came in 2001.
As NASCAR's top three series take
to the mile of concrete everyone who
qualifies has a chance of taking home
the checkered flag and a statue of
'Miles ,:
Kyle Busch, who will attempt the
triple this weekend is the defending


Sprint Cup spring race winner.
Busch isn't the~only driver set to do
triple duty. Mike Bliss (No. 09
Miccosu~kee Indian Gaming and Resort
Dodge), winner of last week's
NASCAR Nationwide race at Lowe's
Motor Speedway, likewise will com-
pete in all three national series.
.Ryjan Newman, in 2003, was the
last driver to win both spring and fall
races at Dover International Speedway.
Other active 'drivers with Dover
season sweeps are Jimmie Johnson
(2002), Tony Stewart (2000) and Jeff
Gordon (1996).
Gordon was the last driver to win
three consecutive races (fall 1995-
1996).
SHarry Gant (1991) is the only driv-
er to win NASCAR Sprint Cup and
NASCAR Nation~wide Series races at
Dover on the same weeketid.
,Martin Truex Jr.- is the only'active
competitor to post his first victory ait
The Monster Mile.


Pit road at Dover International
Speedway historically has been one of
the most difficult, not to mention tighit-
est, on the TNASC~AR Sprint Cup Series
schedule; but no longer.
During the winter, the track made
major improvements to ~pit road. That
included installation of a SAFER barri-
er supported by a new 1,592-foot con-
crete wall that wraps from ~Turn 4`
down the frontstretch to near Turn 1.
The new pit wall is 432 feet longer
than the previous steel boilerplate
.wal.
Also, ~the grass strip on the
frontstretch was eliminated. That
allowed the wall to be placed closer to
the track creating four additional feet of
room to the width of passing on pit road.
By lengthening the pit wall, the
track was able to recotifigure the 43 pit
stalls and make them longer in size.
The~ pit boxes are 32 feet long com-
pared with the previous 28-foot meas-
urem~ents.


ald win split
by qualifying for the Da iona
500, but qualifying for just
eight of the first 12 races led
to the decision,
."I want to thank Scott for
helping me get my race team
up arid running,"- said
Baldwin, who's also the
teani's crew ~chief. "He's
.hel~ped us get our fleet of cars
where they are."
SThe No. 36 team's top fin-
ish is 25thi in the Daytona
500.. The team is currently
343 points outside the top 35
that guarantees a weekly
starting position.


Rig gs and B
After first-year Sprint Cup '
team ownet: Tommy Baldwin.
and veteran driver Scott
Riggs agreed to part wajrs
after M~onda\'s Coca-Cola
600, Baldwid; announced. a
trio ofracing viete'ran~s -- Mike
Skinner, Patrick Carpen~tier
and Brian Simo -- will
replace' Riggs in- ther No. 36 :
Toyotd. '
Baldwin, a long-time Cup
cr~ew ch~ie'f who formerly
owned a Busch Series team,
organized Tommy BaCldwiik
Racing to compete in the Cup
Series this season.and began


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INTERNATIONrAL SPE'EDWAYr
2008 Pole Winner (mph)
Greg Biffle 155.219
2008 Race Winner (mpih)
Kylle Busch 121.171
Track Quialifying Record
Rursty Walllace 159.964 m.p.h.
(1999
Track Race Record
:Mark Martin 132.719 m.p b.h
(1997),


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After Menards 200
Driver Behind
1. Justin Lofton Leader
2. Parker Kligerman -75
3. Frank Kimmel -145
4. Bryan Silas -205
5. Tom Hessert -285
6. Patrick Sheltra -295
7. CraigGoess -305
8. Tim George Jr. -340
9. Joey Coulter -440
10. Steve Arpin -455


Afer N.C.Eucation Lollery 00


After Coca-C61a 600


After Carquest 300
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Carl Edwards
3. Jason Lfle~r
4. Joey Logano
5. Brad Keselowski
6. Jason Keller
7. David Ragan
8. Brendan Gaughan
9. Mike Bliss
10. Justin Aligaier


Driver '
1. Jeff Gordon
2. Tony Stewart
3. Kurt Busch
4. Jimmie Johns'on
5. Deriny Hlamlin
6. Kyle Busch
7. Ryan Newman
8. Jeff Burton
9 Matt Kenseth
10. Greg Biffle


Behind
Leader
-44
-115
-128
-147
-182
-184
-250
-262
-274


Behind
Leader
-73
-173
-219
-241
-418
-429
-477
-480
-504


Driver
1. Ron Hornaday
2. Mike Skinner
3. Matt Craffon
4. Kyle Busch
5. Todd Bodine
6. Terry Cook
7. Johnny Benson
8. Chad McCumbee
9. Stacy Compton
10. Brian Scott


Behind
Leader
-84
-89
-114
-129
-1 80
-187
-196
-204
-207


Jonn Andretti
Place Owner
33 Max Jones
34 Robby Gordon
35 Teresa Earnhards
36 Detrich Mateschiltz '
37 Kevin Buckler
38 Andrea Nemechek


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set forth below. Quarter of the Southwest 24.49 feet;, thence south TOGETER WITH INPUT)
All creditors of the dece- Quarter of Section 5, 01)29'38" west for 68.15
dng Ind other pers ns Township 4 NW th, ang fet to the point of beginn- DNTOR UM HOSE
taglainostthe decedent's es- County, Florida. Description: Newly cre- RECOGNIZING THAT
atonwhom a copy of ANY PERSON CLAIMING atedParcel'"1"MSI'O LQ
this notice is required to AN INTEREST IN. THE A portion of the southeast MOTHE MSUFUNDS WLLO
be sented must file their SURPLUS FROM THE one-quarter of the south- BE APPLIES TO DEBT RE-
claims with this court SALE, IF ANY, OTHER west one-quarter and the TRMN;PROVIDING
WITIN HELATR O THAN THE PROPERTY northeast one-quarter of AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
MONTHS AFTER THE OWNER AS OFTHE DATE the southwest one-2luarter 6' r d n i l"~ "
TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- OF THE LIS PENDENS. and portion of the north- The meetings wle start at
LICATION OF THIS NO- MUST FILE A CLAIM wett one-quarter of the ptm. PulcHarn n mhe S i m rn $ d
TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER southeast one-quarter and th ubi Hain g on the Shimmeringe
THE DATE. OF SERVICE THE SALE. a portion of the southwest ordinarice-will be a close ea
OF A COPY OF THIS ORDERED AT WASHING- one-quarter of the as osibltio Oda1 f'S n sRe lyFxdfr30 Year
NOTIC ON HEM. TON COUNTY FLORIDA, southeast one-quarter .of
All other creditors of the this 19day ofMarch, 2009. Section 35, Township 1 May, 2009.
decedent and other per- LindaHayesCook North, Range 13 West, PemniteraterbetFY'~'ifrtto~n
sons having claims or de- As Clerk, Circuit Court Washington County, Flor-Adistao
mean ss ugis tle dteer Wy K McGDTaNFlorida ydabein bor fotiu Wahntn asnt Ca Ii Oole mnfr O m n Ana a aC ri
claims with this court AsDeputy Clerk Commence at the south- ASpbihdi h ah ake M ncif Jnie o m n A a a aC ri
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- SPEAR &HOFFMAN P.A. east corner of Section 35; tnO Cu~nt 0w May (850) 258-2972 (850) 258-1509 (850)~ 832-74 47
TER THE DATE OF THE Dadeland Executive Cen- thence north 89n55'51" 2'0adue,09
FIRST PUBI IATION OF ter wiest, along the: south line'
THIS NOTICE. 9700 South Dixie Highway, of said Section 35, 2525.22 .Or visit our website:
ALL CLAMS NOT FILED Suite 610 feet; thence departing said *
TSHSN T3.0 F RTIEN Rl a Fict 0 16 0-29s 1'at000et 0WJw.Panama~ityRea lEstate.com
TIO 73.70 OFTHEAs published in the Wash- to the point of beginning; COLOR SEL,.S!I
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE ington County News May thence north 89s56'17" Get You Classaifed Ad
WILL BE FOREVER 30, June 6, 2009., west 1414.87 feet, along IIIn
B TIRSTANDING THE FNO EE NIRTCHUI UCD UI nR rClno ea ANNOUNCEMENTS (888)629-9968 BO2000033 CALL hg aigAito aneac
FOMRETH DSVE SNY CIRCUIT IN AND FOR sudiiiot ,h eas i and be noticed! US: We will not be undersold! Career. FAA approved program.
CLAIM. FILED TWO (2) WASH1INGTON COUNTY,,o soth west one quarte of 638021 I SAV $$ on-! Adetiig!Rn Financial aid if qualified Housing
TH EDEOCREDMEONRTESAD FLORDACTION NO. dh4cth ;th te4 your classified ad in over 100 Your Retirement Account adblCALvitn site
OF DEATH IS BARRED. 67-09-CA-124 aln ades ieFlorida newspapers reaching Disappearing? Motivated people (8
me dae ofisfirst publi A CIOA TT 1858 9theetototthh Nnarh o r4 MILLION readers for are making $500-$3500 perRELET E
May23,2009.io UN BOANSTAL ofsi~cin5tec 1D$475 that is less than $4 per day. No Selling. Not MLM. No
Atoefrn Personal Rep- FOMprida Banking Coror uth 89 5'22 "east alb MSIN newspaper. Call this newspaper Explaining www.successnowl23.Cosa ergBAKRE D
KERRY ADKlSON .in feet; thence departing said JISmall; black, and tan I or(6)4-33frmr eal o r(8)2-72SALE 1+ Acre Ocean Access
KerydksonRA.8 ~~Oi north line run south Itea-cup chihuahua1 or visit: www.florida-classifieds.-
PoshfieyFox228669 MICHAEL HENDRIXJEN 00029'19" west 1859.48 I(actuit female) fronril com. HEALTHI MEDICAL $29,900 (888)982-8952 x 5192
Chply F 348-66 IFR .HEDRX feet to the point of beginn- Bethlehem area,i Hwy Nttp://www.oceanaccess299.
F dsoal Bersn e 084323 d Ga~nbPNTINGLL hna been filed against you 08 5//09. If fou Il AUCTIONS ONLINE PHARMACY Buy cm
PesnlRpeettv:and you are required to I 850-547-5276 :oil .oa .lrm irct rzc
8 NAN HD tod1 N hOlAHC eenedafcnos%,o your writ 85e0 P60741 Las RN PNN UTIN prUt79FI e,1O/ac Lake Lot Deal Fell Thru! 2.6 AC-*
Bristol, FL32321 ~~~~~Mitch Dever, plaintiff's at- e 1,0 REBA LP!(a
As pulblished in the Washr 116 Palm Bay Blvd. tomey, whose address is Waterfront Developed Lots, Quantities, PRICE INCLUDES 1,0 R BA LP (a
ington County News May Panama City Beach, FL RO. Box 9811, Panama 6 Sell Absoluite, lake View PRESCRIPTION! Over 200 Meds $39,900) Secluded wooded lot
23,30,2009. ier Hendrix City Beac~h, Florida 32417, Lots, Interior Lots; Edgewater $25CouponMentionOffer:#91 A31.w/de dac sst prve

FR3 C dD L 1 3Paln In) Bled. chFL anbd fike the Sria Dev~e 9pmentn Laoncast Ar,uc C; (888)389-0461. tri-drugstore.com s ,utte, r ed
WASHINGTON COUNTY, GuPitig Lper be of service iiSA33,(0)9-24,ww EPW NE Excellent financing. Must see,.
FLORIDA 116 Palm Bay Blvd. alnw(8)9-23 33
CASE NO. 67-08-CA-152 Panama City Beach, FL mediately thereafter, other- ironhorseauction.com a n (8)9-23 08
32408 wsadeutwllben .Help Wanted. No Truck Driver
BA OMNN.A. CI E YOUpan A o NOrif Is ra to geansteod r: Free to ART EXHIBIT Contemporary Art Experience-No Problem. Wil-A EFR(s R9A N
JPMORGAN CHASE onteflown elpop- mpaNt myo hadad22 op Exhibit Some) Items Discounted Trans Will Teach You. How to Only $179900 Nicely0 woode
Plant, L Al.DECRPTO the seal of this cbr Cl the 2130 FamAnimals/ up to 80% Friday, June ~12th Drive. Company Sponsored CDLwihd kaldep atron
50MaSnr RYtal., WoL dd unTbrde u t cISrut 10 Pet r Litokm-9prn Openihg night) raffle, Tramning. Must be 23. (888)368-.t td~arorc a tl n/e w tirnt
subdrivision.neor Washington County, .Artworks from Neimancetin/ hutig
NOTICE OF SALE Commence at the South- FoMcailTry, amn Max, Keely, Pickup truck & Commercial truck fsig ovnetacs -0
NOVE Npursuant tHER ustn er- oNSct Deputy Clerk 210 Nichita, Agam, William Vincent drivers needed. Deliver RV trailersExeln fiacg.Clno
nal Judicial entered in this 13 West, Washingo blbshe Cont NwsMa fre~d for Ortuierd of-ml Kirkpatrick, and more. Remaining and commercial trucks and buses (0)6-02 i9
uaertntow pesndi i shaiis Cu t,9 5 "id then 2,0209 black & white Border Col- items available for sale through to all 48 states and Canada. Log VCTO ETL
indcatd bov, lon th suthlieofsai EGLA Ile last seen John Marsh E June 14th. Baterbys Art.Auction on to-www. RVdeliveryjobs.com
I will sell to the highest and Section 35 for 2525.13 feet oudtssaGallery 9101 Internatibnal Drive NWecfotBuiu oe
be d nftor casht ~uthe thec pointno inne ndgd ahis ha splits on each ear & an Pointe Orlando, Fl. 32819 www. $600 Weekly Potential$$$ Helping NE Bahfon ouiqeHoe
house, 1293 Jackson Ave- 89955'56" west, along said be sold by SEALED BID on swerso e of05TUX85. baterbys.com (866) 537-1004 the government PT. No Experience. on Lgun Beach, Pa Fly unamae
348~ipt~Y 2 0 o south lin fo 60.0e Jui e5s by nthhao T aGodHme em orland fi ar~t@baterbys.com doSelling. Call: (888)213-5225 Ad dB i ty lad I

black Lab mixed. 8-9 on Gulf. Pet friendly. Call for FREE
mT s?9ca~sk for Icnn AUTO DONATIONS OTR Drivers Join PTL! Top Pay! NgtSeil(0)3-78o
5 No calls aher -'PM ~~~Required 12 Months experiencewwpie plvlaoagnb
WANTED, 5 to 81t AKC~ DONATE YOUR VEHICLE and CDL-A. Out 10-14 days. ahcm
b Register Yorkie, Male to RECEIVE $1000 GROCERY NO felony or DUI past 5 Years.
breed my Yorkie which willSTE BULIG
come in heat within the COUPON UNITED. BREAST (877)740-6262 Company www. TE ULIG
535-9672 STRAIGHTWALL BUILDING
Mammograms, Breast Cancer
SALE! UNPRECEDENTED LOW
Info www.i bcf.info FREE Towing, LOTS & ACREAGE
Tax ed~cibl, No-RunersPRICES...DEPOSITS REDUCED.

C ~I~~For Sale Du Os, geese, Accepted, (888)468-5964. ,30 slrd $ ,Om) B.5 tiu EX3L3XDELV49
Carenryprssue as R e s sChpl ckns an gines or BUILDING SUPPLIES wooded! Private, with direct lake T B S

CaSe vie.pndy do res eng, gra Don't hve the r sm" 850 5147- 1929 or cell # MEA OFNG 0,y access.i CountU/ eutgnc ,ith 25 YEAS(0)287
(850)638-183m 850) Cl aes 3063-42 4539 north T ofnen 85-1-93 EA OFN. 4 5YAS(0)2-
(85063&483 353633-539nort ofWarranty-Buy direct from & sewer. Call (866)352-2249


Tones Horse, orv ae;. sa elc, mnfcue 0olr sck
bridle, gentle, rides good. mnfcue 0clr nsok
black Gelding about 12 w/all accessories. Quick turn .MISCELLANEOUS
years old. $400. aon.Dlvr vial.Gl
Lih rc/rco ok850-547-4798 aon.Dlvr vial.Gl
r m ~ To SolMru hraodor rk B&M Mower Repair &I Coast Supply & Mfg, (888)393- ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
post, Rock, Sand and Cy revice. Qut work ata Nubian Milk oeat Doe 0335 ww.ufos~pl.fo oe Mdcl Bsns, ADVERTISING !ETWOPiCS OF FLOAIDA
Head aoil Uand) dI inye dei ered Cl: n3Mp9 orery Available. Bill or Mary 638-7442. comn *Paralegal, *Computers, *Criminal Classified Di siplay Meayd Daliy
work at your home or 850-570-3776. (850)638-4492JutcJopae nassace
I workplace. Reasonable I ISewing Machine and Vac- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Computer available. Financial Aid
rates on new vinyl tops Sod For Sale on the farm, uum Cleaider Repair, guar- if qulified. Call (866)858-2121,
and auto carpeting. Free delivered or installed. Cen- anteed service on all | 3100 qu,
estimates. Call anytime, tipede and 419 Bermuda. makes and models. Free ALL CASH VENDING! Do you www.Centura~nline.com. e O
leave message. (850) West Florida Turf (850) estimates. Western Auto, Wanted To Buy antiques, $80 dy 25L aWekO
638-7351 415-0385; (850) 638-4860. 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay. collectibles, gold, silver, earn $80in a da?2 OCa
Established i980 547-391~0 dinnerware, collections, M~achines and Candy $9,995. AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for May 31-June 6, 2009
paintings call Al Schnicit
850-638-7304 /





8 e, Saturday, May 30, 2009 Washington County News


8110 |8160
003 4 Door Ford Taurus.
3,000 miles. $6,650. obo.
50-5276660.SUNL 150cc Trike. Gets
70-90 miles to the gallon. 2
seater w2bateels in front
8130 as a motorcycle. Rollcage
)OeodiKucso wra e a t Nmore dtme
1440313 or see at 313 sedbtitssre legl
cKinnon Ave., Bonifay, roadr bitse stree bod
.$3000 Firm. wback rollC ctg.Asking
or Sale: 87 Nissan case-.close nelothant
ickup wtih tool box, cd, Lcatecoed in Ch thne
:andard, great running Loae nCipley.
uck, $1,200.00
50-547-2563


8160
OR SALE. 2002 Suzuki
iSX R-1000. After market 8340
aint job. Minor scratches.
ie ged 19800 6Price,
007 Artic Cat 700 EFl. 19 7THldyRm
norkeled with gorilla bler Motor Home. Diesel
xies. 27" wheels with ga- pusher. Super slide. Lots
,r tires. After market of extras. $35,000.
utch kit. Radiator moved. 8 50-547-5228.
rice, $5,500. Call (850)
58-0096 for more info.


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3110 | 4100 6110 6170 .I F ~ I 7100 1 7150 | |
18,000 BTU Air Handyvman needed to 1BR Apartment in Chip- For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom cu :d 3BR/2.5BA House, 5 ac- 2 Lre HlaieLk
maintain 4 mobile homes ley. Good location. No mobile homes in Bonifay 4, res, pool, pole barn,nt d7
Codiioerwhile living in one. pets. 838-4640. Call 850-547-3462 fenced area. r a. W ten rghs Be ui-8
Window unit. Works Greatl 2BR/1BA, reduced rent, e m ot fChpe 2000
al H idin centrl? r00 Dugs o ASA cohol 20Bnt Npes 6 8 191p8 Ile H2R/ BA$ H~u REUL.STAT FOR S~ ll 50-36-062 south Was le
850-260-9795 or 850 258-5521. accepted. 850-260-9795 7100 Homes 3BR/2BA Home. Large lot, ton County. 20 ns frm C
Health care -- hiphey city limits. in r Cot Be ch H o/e in Chitpley 76 Si claim oSt. arpo rn $50 mn r 1
Massage Therapist posi- 6130 tondale on Sapp Rd, 8mi- 7I130 -Condo/Townhouse $49,500. Call Kevin @ each lot. 269-626-8710 8
AAUC IONA tion available for fast grow 2 br, ba, TH on Sunny eas E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, 7140 Farms & Ranches 850-251-6550. M
htu e 6th ng busine ith G OCon w0dp elecbr (8 a,25a8 4680 H /Cisatrlrm 4BR/2BA Newly Con-3.n sUonH leb F
Vieing8:3 AMCit oftia. ax esue t inl WS/G& rondsof 5 0 -8 8 4 7 7180- Investment structed Home. 1725 sqft Bonifay. 1.3 miles off H F
Parker, surplus & seized 850-415-1967. golf. 773-3619 vww.charloscountryl iv- Property heated area. In Sunny 79. Call, 941-722-2859p
items 1001 West Park St. ing.com 719o- oautof-Taownd Hills, Fl. $149,500. Call s
at City Hall. Vehicles, 83' HealthCare RaEste 850-866-2590, Counts Re- I tr
Ford dump truck, police M OVE-IN-SPECIAL* e 20-Tmsaeat rop bo5ars&Oe1 c 8!
car, 97'Ford F-800 Claw Physical & 610 ar Gardens Community,Ce res o Budd Rd. n6
Trash & dump truck. Ford Occupational 2B ai Bn es eekly rent $105. for 3 Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA ,like acres & One 13 acres on
Taurs, Szuki4 wheler Theapis $40 mobnth, 1, and latst 11nths, then monthly. De- brand new, beautiful lot Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
Yaaaurs Golfi ca lrt, 35P B tterfl eabiltation month. Depsit, required. osit of $300. prorated 3 7100 w/pond on 3 acres. Only ing For more info call Mil- I
Evinrude, 5 person Life A leading provider of (850)-326-2412. 8 miles 308537B 71 EHw 2000, Manufactured 4 is oPnm iytnPe 5-3-88
raft, Large Kohler & Rehabilitation Therapy South Bonifay hoe HdCd) oeBeach. Owner may finance G
magnimite generator, Programs has PB/B os M i Transmitter Mobile Home II, 28x60, 3BR/2BA, LR, orgive $15,000 cash back. p;
small hoteaho generators peradiernepprp unities R/BC us.M ma 89001 csw AC (4 30 erd
mrower~oos, compuers, metle Oc patind amonthst plus6-6~0 deo itrcle J Mobile Home Park Pump, New Metal Roof. | 8110 ~ 2(
troncstoos ike, meal ccuatinalTherpis. 80-28-620.n Chipley, 921 N2nd St.; Special Ordered. Like IVObile HomeS
chairs, fire hydrants, sur- PT & OT Assistance, 2BR/1BA House for rent. A Graceville 5262 Alabama New. To be moved. Price: $15,000 OBO SW Trailer 1995 Toyota Avalon, high a,
plus brass & metal, 200 in our Bonifay Facility. Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off St. 2&3 /BR units for rent, $36,960.00 Call for details 16x80 2000 Skyline in Ex- miles. $1000. Also, 1995 to
plus concrete blocks, and Call Office Houston Rd. Call 638-1858 starting @ $350 per mo and appointment: Ponce cellent shape 3br 2ba. Toyota Camry. Wrecked, cl
much more!! 10%/ buyers 305-891-3800 fo nf.or Info call 260 3026 or De Leon, FL Must be moved from prop- good parts car. $600, P
premium, Bay County Auc- Fax 305-891-3806 50-527-0336 (850-548-5045) erty. Patrick 849-2542 OBO. 850-535-9125. 2!
,tionAS~er.M 9 4ar E-traibrehab liatid698@ 2B2BA pue fo rent
Auction IMedical/Health l enton Bal rl~al Iro6O eS ys W 1 o kH a d T E rn
Saturday, June 13th, SrOprr~~~n~~l o~ qsw o~Hu oE u

Cmbltn L Wesigo .ej e~vIj ,Ti~a.l~c~ A R IA N N A T(
tahed 31-lF ,ein r. n 381'Br House unll 3f DURING OUR

LLC #641 warding and challengng g l:anc ylra newe~ir appl
850-263-0473 (Chipley) creinlg rm ance HA Irsl
850-258-7652 (Chad) with competitive pay arid pdrated 5895 am~nto +
850-849-0792 (Gerald) benefits Apply ,3. p rsen SC~~urty 850 51: 5085
ww~aoacto n ley, Florida 324218 To 3BR,2BA Doll House an
comcomplete an application Cnipley Newnly renovated
850-638-4654 WRNIC i' I~ojnen Darnroom:r flo ..
and E0E, and a: Drug Free Src.:..e reingeir alc.:. ar-.
Work Place, cluded Call S47-3 '46 : -And:
Isc 0 nt eIBds M WebId # 3403"'84- 3BRi2BA House 1r Th uk .ou To A lf *
Standard or Custom De- eee al6811
.in. Get hte Deal of Wahn oNA'rsu 3BRe2BA I rge Coumtry GREAT SUEl.ECON HUGE FACTORY REBATES FRIENDLY d
www~scg-grp.com Nursing Center. j s~grna. mc~nntr :SA iss~n me
Soue#W 49-004 refaciliy ,is rErudt~ng osr Cr 7 Cln ~Y. T.65) APPROVED CREDH'*) OVER 25 YEARS OF SERVI CE NO (
r ;t ba aonndd e1-a ktn~r r.- rI r e~rdil: re.uri.3 COM1PTITHVE IN'lEREST RATES & GREAT DEAl51* CO
strutio; ti, pstand OU re lokicl ~jr ~r; d505:413O
lumber (any size). Call warding. and enallengen~i
850-12-964career in long Ier... ..ar~ Publisher's
86022-694 with competitive pay and
benefits, Apply. In person Notice g
at 879 Usery Rolaa Cn~p
| 3220 ley, Florida 32428 Tj I~lrial <:l re .ad1e. .:4 g 4 g
complete an appt..:ar.-r r es:c.o.:u i
B&B Furniture1342 North 850-638-4654 WANr C .5 r ru.. ..r
SRR Avenue, Chipley. We and E0E, and a ruaiFlr~e e~ ''")j ..I]il
pay cash for clean, quality Work Place. o
fumiture. 850-557-0211 or WbI 4368F
850-415-6866. Ask for Wbl~308i
Pasco or Carolyn Medical/Health"
Like New. Dining room R.NI:ml i-,ilnC~i IUI
suie bre kfs t kse agt til .n

fo 3-73for First Shift (7a -3pi andj r!-;l~mj n~ .''

S 3230 wardling & chal erglng ca g*g a. .
7 Family Yard Sale. May romeerin ogtiem p ay ~r~e~l w ":~ j:r~ j. c
30th, 8am-until. Wanda cmeiiepy&Dre~s va650I 1
Owens house, Orange Hill Apply in person at 8:3 a c ..
Rd. Wse/reT Usery Road, Cn~pley R.F u Lc. ~rc
toys, adult and baby 32428 To Complete an jF ap .....r ainl s, Irrlll z g alp
clothes, stroller, household plication.850-63b-8-lesr sor .in3i .n Ir., ..- aC
it t c t WRNC is an EO- a A Drulg 4,a ..aus1i :r ..a
itms, tomuc toname. Free Work Place:.:.r.rt. : :..
Lamb's Rlea Market & Webid34C38665S caln .]. ..7... to.. j:ai~ a:
Salvage Yard. open Thurs- Meicl/eat
day Friday, 8-3, Saturday In.l u u. . .~y
8-12. Hwy. 79 Esto,, FL. .S.r,

other items. 850-263-0)161 Nursing Center A Slgnj-

Seodhf Repl PRE-0WNEO VEt KLESE SUPl
BI 25EORRIES ro nare lookir l; j GREAT SELECTION ZERO 90WN WITif APPROVED CREC
U-IK 8ge8al 95i e ri lng epa &cae wl 61 T~ YOUR BU0GET MOST ON(% Q~~pgfOR EXTI
Sat. s, 8 to 6, Sun's 1-5. Apply in person at 879 2&3BR Doublewide.
3AM:68-1 35 EBERRY ToCmli r n ap aer & Bwage included.
plicationa50 638-465
WRNC is anEOE& A Drg 2BR Mobile Home, good
: ~Free Workl Place location in Chipley. No
|3260 Web id34037846 Pets. 850-638-4640. :,,
Tread MiII, space saver in. Other ..2BR/2BA 14x70 MH. Unfur-
good condition. Call Elroy nished. No pets. ~$500
Bonner @850-547-5310 Direct Care Staff for lim- month, $350 deposit. Call ,f~~i lr ~ ~T T
ited Mental Health Facility. 638-1462.
Dulties include cleaning,
asst w/baths, medication & 2BR/2BA Unfurnished on
3280 |cooking. Starting pay 5 acresnear Crystal lake.
F LARRY CAGLE rl $8.00 an hour, 40 hours $450 month, $400 de-
I yu e r I week, Sundays amust. posit. Very nice. Call
.Du to s Hours are 850-624-1574.
I. consI equlpment, 11:00am-7-:30pm. If inter- .3BR/2BA 14X70 Mobile.
Dozers, Loaders, ested call 547-3708. home located in Chipley,
IExcavators, Forrestry; 'RestJaurm. "I Fl., at 1105 South ,Blvd.
1: Colitact I.ICall 850-209-5696 or
Icge~aleql) owIHrn. 850-209-1426. l n
I. cellmenco 2 I pnrcarsarnI|3BRi/2BA MH in Chipley :
1. -- -.. -- wdrkers. area. CH/A, quiet nelgh-
I Cooks, oystir shuckers, I borhood. $500 month. No I
~U I wgta8 ~ I pets. Call 638-1171 or
Hutch s Oyster Bar 638-8570.
.3300 Chip ey & Mananna
STEEL locate ans II 3BR/2BA Mobile Home in
Aljij in person. Chlpley Park. WD
BUILDINGS 850-415-6699. hook-up. One block frorn
4 Ony 2532, 0x46 5* *Eelementary school. No
40x52, 45x72. " " pets. $525 month, $525 tct A ~
Must Move Nowl I I 0~ deposit. Call 850-638-0560
Will Sell For Balance gHlt a~V~ I or 850-774-3034.
Free Delivery! "omr n, wartS eicurre
1-800-211-9593 x18 I I 3BF/2BA w/large addition MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
IYou Garfaveit AIII I on 2 acres, fenced. 2
dutrage builuinys, Soluke
331 C eb ~nce .a 5weenroomn no pot:. b;RAT StELR ION OF PRE-OWN I

t s e3 A A5IABE 1 nia ome H Itha~ Wlate & Swge inckldedm 707 TASrn PRI~ts TO
Mandolin, Violin, Flute 1 of Marianna IBonifay ~Elem School. On .ECHOS 7 Years, 100,000 Mile 3TovoTA .1 160
Open Mon-Sat. 'I is currently seeking the 1Hy1i.Cl 4-76 CORO MAS Limited Warranty** Assl
CovngonMuic I Ipng I 3BR/2BA Doublewide. C MICA 7 Years, 100,000 Mile -- ,..-- v.,,,.... Grei
'Downtown Chipley I Occilpational ,I Greienhead, Sunny Hills TACOMAS Roadside Assistance** Core
850-638-5050. Therapist-FT/PRN area on acres. First, lastEXMLS
_L7 ~ I TPhysl RN 50- cu~rit ca" 08 TOYOTA CAMR;Y LE 04 TOYOTA TACOMA
I- For consideration I LEATHER, SUNROOF TRD, PRE-RUNNER, V-6, DOUBLE CAB
I feaa2hn BoIn ayYmos 38BR 2BB 05 TDYOTA CAMRY LE 08 TOYOTA TACOMA
I@:866-651-4639 I 5425 mo SD Oulet me I CE.EAN, SHAFiP CAR! DOUBLE CAB, V--6, SPORT
.. mal~n irdnel inl'l -699 99 r p 09 TOYOTA YARIS 07 TOYOTA CAMRY .
EM EN EOE/IlD I I I i ""'- O R U O AI HYBRID, SHARP CAR
-; ---- 1. - .m I .. I For Rent. Nice 3BR Mo-
4100 Hlp Wante bile Home on nice big lot. 08 TOYOTA TUNDRA 06 TOYOTA CAMRY LE
130 Employment *, / sove, rfrgerator DOUBLE CAB, V-8 ~ LOCAL TRADE L
In~aratlO ceiling fans.


._LY_-- Water/garbagelext ermintor ~ MORE TO CHOOSE FROM J
Executive Office Space furnished. Mow grass in
4100 f r tidemn Chipley. mmertime &changeA/ All Prices and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale.
Administrative 63 -111 or 26- 201.
Part Time Bookkeeper. For Rent: 2BR, clean, new
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