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Saturday, JUNE 20, 2009 www.chipleypaper.ccom Volume 86, Number 22 50(


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News

BRIEFS
NFCH Melon
Fest 2009
Northwest Florida
Community Hospital
in Chipley will host its
Melon Fest 2009 on June
26, starting at 2 p.m. on
the front lawn of the
hospital. Festivities will
include a melon seed
spitting contest, melon
rolling and a watermelon-
eating contest.
Yoga and
stretching classes
Washiigton Co.
Council on Aging, 1348
South Boulevard in
Chipley, is holdingYoga
and stretching classes
every Monday from 1:30
-3 p.m. with discussions
on anti-aging and
alternative medicine;
This is an intermediate
class, but anyone can joih
at any time. Cost is $25
per month. Participants
should wear loose
clothing:(no shorts or
jeans), and bring a yoga
mat or cotton quilt two
one-pound weights or
one-pound cans, and a
pen and notebook.'
Several massage
mats will be available
for a relaxing end to the
session.The instructor is
SandieAcosta. Call 638-
6217, ext. 113 for more
information.

INSIDE

2009
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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY What a change
a year makes. Washington
County schools showed
considerable overall
improvement in the annual
school report card released
Thursday by the Florida
Department of Education.
The principals of two
schools, Kate M. Smith
Elementary School and
Roulhac Middle School that
each jumped two grades
were ready to give credit
where credit was due.
"They worked hard to get
where they are," Kate M.
Smith Elementary School
Principal Jerry Register
said of his faculty and staff.
"We worked hard over the
past few years to get here."
SRegister, said that KMS
earned a B in 2007 and
slipped to a C by just six
points lastyear,andRegister
said the team at the school
went to work to change that
situation.
"I said at the beginning


Th


Sof the year, all right, we're
not going there again. I'm
proud of my group here;
they worked themselves
crazy to get to this point. The
kids also put out that kind of
effort and you can tell it."
"A lot of times you work
hard and its not validated by
the numbers," said Roulhac
Middle School Principal
Mike Park "This time the
teachers and staff worked
hard and it was validated by
the grades."
Park said that during
preplanning for the school
year everyone at RMS
recognized their
disappointment
with the C in 2008.
"We asked each
other, what can
we differently," he
said. "We knew we
couldn't work any
harder but we could\
work smarter."
RMS faculty'
broke into groups
by category math,
English and science
and developed
action plans that were


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approved by the school
board. "I give them all
the credit because they
developed the plans.
"The students worked
very hard as weeU," Park
said. "It's a lot like being a
proud parent."
"We're delighted," said
School Board Member
Wa.yle Saunders. "We really
appreciate the hard work
by everyone in the system
last year and this year."
No Washington County
schools met Annual Yearly
Progress.


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CECILIA SPEARS I The News
Downtown Chipley merchants are decorating for
the annual Watermelon Festival. More photos
on Page A2.


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COUNTY GRADES
Chipley High
School went from
a D to a C school,
missing a B
by two points

Kate M. Smith
Elementary went
from a C to
on A school

Vernon High went
from a C to
a D school

Vernon Middle
went from a C to a B
school, missing an
A by seven points

Roulhac
Middle went
from a C to an
A school

Vernon
Elementary
remained
an A school
More coverage at htlp: '/
schoolgrades.fldoe.org /


BOCC cuts.
personnel at
recycling center,
S sets aside

possible tax hike

CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypoper.com
CHIPLEY Due to state
budget cuts, Washington
County Board of County
Commissioners recently
reduced the budget for
the recycling center by
$199,000 for the coming
fiscal year, and as a part
ofthatwillmeanreducing
the number of personnel.
Action 'was taken during.
the Board's regularly
scheduled meeting on
June 16.
The center's budget
had been reduced from
$277,000 to $78,000 due to
cuts in state solid waste
funds, which made it
necessary to reduce the
staff personnel from four
to two.
The Board agreed to
relocate one of thoe two
See BOCC A2


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Chairman Colby Peel gives
preview at Chamber breakfast

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
ofelsberg@chipleypoper.com
HIPLEY The 53rd annual Watermelon Festival is fast
approaching, and Chairman Colby Peel was on hand to
give a preview at the monthly Third Thursday break-
fast of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce.
The breakfast was held at Pattillo's
Restaurant at the Washington-Holmes
Technical Center.
Peel, who is also the Washington
County judge, is in his fourth year as
chairman of the annual event that
began with the Watermelon Pageant
last weekend. Complete results are
on Page A4 in this week's paper,
and complete photo coverage is at
chipleypaper.com.
Peel praised the volunteers that
make the festival a reality, noting that;
S"It runs itself to a large extent. We
have good volunteers and good people
that take care of these things every
year."
COLBY PEEL Peel also expressed his pleasure
with the amount of financial support
for the festival. All events are free to the public due in large
part to the generosity of local businesses and organizations.
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For example, the
Washington County Tourist
Development Council
donated $5,000 to publicize
the festival in regional
media,
Peel said that about
$25,000 would be spent
on the festival this year
and that much of that
funding has already been
raised. More is expected
to come from fundraisers,
including the popular
Watermelon Auction on
Saturday.
Peel said that despite
weather problems
there should be plenty
of watermelon for the
festival.


Event continue Friday
evening, June 26 at the
soccer field at Pals Park
with a free concert by
County music star Darryl
Singletary at 6 p.m. This
event is festival seating so
bring a lawn chair.
The Shriner's pancake
breakfast begins activities
Saturday morning at the
Shrine Club on Brickyard
Road. The annual parade
gets underway at 10 a.m.
through downtown Chipley
and the classic car show
will be across State 90
from the Ag Center. There
will also be a juried art
show at the Ag Center.
The Big River


Bluegrass Band will
hit the stage at the Ag
Center 11 a.m., and the
Watermelon queens will
be recognized at 11:45 a.m.
The watermelon auction
will begin at 1 p.m. and
Country music star Earl
Thomas Conley performs
at 2 p.m.
The Merchants of
Historic Downtown
Chipley will also have their
annual street fair, and
there will be a wide variety
of activities all day at the
Ag Center.
For information
go to http://www.
panhandlewatermelon
festival.com/


BOCC from page Al


employees, James Finch,
to work at the sod farm,
though it is still undecided
hs to whether he will be
relocated now or at the
beginning of the next fiscal
year in October. The Board
will also decide whether to
transfer or lay off the clerk
assigned to the center.
County Administrator
Pete Herbert said that in
recent years small counties
did not have solid waste
funds from the state cut
like larger counties, but
this year small counties
were also cut.
The ELMS-Nickle five-
cent tax proposal was set
aside with a vote of four


to one, with Chairman
Bill Howell voting to
keep the measure under
consideration. This is a
local option gas tax under.
Florida law that county
commissions could levy for
transportation projects that
are already on the County
Capital Improvement list.
Herbert said the tax
would have been used
to provide matches fpr
transportation-related
grants instead of providing
in-kind matches whereby
county crews would do work
to match a transportation
grant. This issue has
been discussed at recent
Board meetings, as there


is concern that having
to do in-kind work with
county road crews could
interfere with regular road
maintenance.
The Board approved
raising the traffic violation
fee from $3 to $5 and split
it between the Driver's
Education courses in
Vernon and Chipley
schools.
The Board approved
of Public Safety iFnd
Expenditure to repair
the extrication vehicle,
because if not repaired
EMS would have to make
other arrangements for
transporting the Jaws of
Life and other equipment.


Saturday, June 20, 2009


CECILIA SPEARS I The times
WATERMELONS FILL THE WINDOWS: Downtownr merchants are decorating for the
53rd annual Watermelon Festival coming up June 26-27.

Downtown Chipley to hold Second

Annual Watermelon Festival Street Fair


CHIPLEY Greg Baxley, president'of the
Merchants of Historic Chipley, announced
that a full day of activities centered around
the Panhandle Watermelon Festival, June
27, titled 'Watermelon Festival Street Fair'.
Enjoying its second big year, the Street
Fair is kicked off by the Watermelon
Festival Parade through downtown
Chipley at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June
27. The downtown merchants offering
free watermelon, all day live music on
Railroad Avenue, and various amusements
and activities follow the parade. This
year downtown Chipley is sponsoring a,
watermelon decorating contest along with
a watermelon dessert contest, with cash
and other prizes for winning entries.'
Baxley is quick to point out that
these activities, centered in Downtown
Chipley, are not in competition with
the Watermelon Festival, but simply
an opportunity to offer choices to


festival goers and extend that very busy
day, Baxley says "We are offering a 'cool
zone' following the parade, featuring
retail opportunities, along with activities
for concert-goers to enjoy, following the
festivities at the Ag Center: There is no
need for a concert-goer to go home when
the festivities at the Ag Center come to a
close'.
Scheduled entertainers in Downtown
Chipley on Saturday, June 27 are Kountry
Folk Kloggers at lla.m., Tiffany Raulerson
at noon, Roger Whitaker at 1 p.m.,
Shepherd's Gate Singers at 2 p.m. and
Rick Kent at 3 p.m.
For more information about the
Downtown Chipley Watermelon Street
Fair, associated contests arid competitions,
and the efforts by the Merchants of
Historic Chipley to counter the current
economic challenges, please visit www.
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Drake gives report on legislative session


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
BONIFAY State-Rep. Brad
Drake called the last session of
the legislature "one of the worst
budget cycles in Florida his-
tory," but lawmakers handled a'
$6 billion deficit and provided a
balanced budget as required by
state law. Drake reported on the


budget and other items
recently at Bonifay Ki-
wanis Club.
Drake noted that
the legislature added
$2 billion to the educa-
tion budget, enabling
school districts to hire
back most of the person-
nel they needed even
though there were some
cuts. There is also an a


REP. BRAD
DRAKE


addition lated article).


$45 million combined for
the SCRAP and SCOP
road improvement pro-
grams that benefit small
counties.
Drake also said that
funding for widening
State 79 is moving along,
with bids awarded this
week for construction
through Vernon (see re-


"We tried to find creative
places to put it (funding) for the
good of communities," Drake
said.
Drake proposed six pieces
of legislation and three passed,
including legislation benefiting
electric co-op workers, modify-
ing the Baker Act (co-sponsored
by State Sen. Don Gaetz), and
background checks. Drake said
he was disappointed that more


time was not spent finding ways
to cut the power and scope of
state government.
"We need to make them find
ways cut government but it did
not go far enough," he said.
Drake also noted that the House
tried to do an aggressive over-
haul of the state comprehensive
plan process, even to the point of
abolishing the state comp plan
that he called, "overreaching."


Chipley native to host

radio, Internet shows


DONALDSONVILLE,
Ga. Chipley na-
tive Angela Butler
will be hosting two
broadcast shows.
One is a radio show
based in Donald-
sonville, on 106.3 A
FM, while the other AN
is on the Internet BU1
at Blog Talk. Air-
time for the weekly radio
show is 4 p.m. EST Satur-
day, starting either June 27


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or July 4.
The Internet
show is a two-
hour show Monday
through Friday be-
ginning June 23. It
will be continuously
broadcast.
ELA "I am hoping
ER to gain a listening
base within Wash-
ington County and other
counties and states," But-
ler said.


Motor vehicle fees to increase


Tax collectors' offices
around the state are trying
to make the public aware of
fee increases so those who
are eligible can renew prior
to Sept. 1 and save some
money.
"Some of these fee in-
creases are over 100 per-
cent. Individuals with re-
newal dates after Sept. 1
need to be aware of the in-
creases so they can budget
for vehicle renewals..
All of the revenue from
the fee increase will be re-
mitted back to the state for
the General Revenue Fund.
Examples of increases
include the cost of and orig-
inal Certificate of Title Mo-
tor Vehicle for Hire Lease
will go from $3 to $49, a 1533


percent increase. A dupli-
cate copy of Certificate of
Title will jump from $24 to
$70, a 192.percent increase.
Replacement license plate,
sticker or decal fee will go
from $10 to'$28, an increase
of 180 percent.
SThe average feeincrease
will be about 35 percent,
but a mobile home sticker,
vessel decal, and license
place validation sticker will
increase by 200 percent.
The surcharge on li-
cense tax for all vehicles
will go up 450 percent, and
processing fees for person-
alized and specialty plates
will go up 150 percent. Oth-
er fees will go up 100-450
percent, including the cost
to mail a decal.


Kiwanis presents education grants


CHIPLEY During the weekly club
luncheon on Tuesday, June 16, the
Kiwanis Club presented two dona-
tions to trusts for general scholar-
ship funding for Washington County
students.
Bill Howell, chairman of the Ki-
wanis Scholarship Committee, pre-
sented a check to Tommy Smith,
Director of the Washington-Holmes
Technical Center (WHTC) and a
foundation trustee for use in the
school's general scholarship pro-
grams.
The second presentation was
to the Washington County Scholar-
ship Trust, which is also well known
throughout the county for its "Pull-
ing For Education" farm tractor
based fund raising event each Octo-
ber. Bill Howell presented the check
to Dr. Sandra Cook, superintendent
of schools in Washington County and
one of the founders of the trust and
a trustee. *
Kiwanis Club of Chipley present-
ed four scholarships directly to high
school graduates in the past few
weeks and renewed five scholarships
for students at Chipola, and an addi-
tional 18 high school graduates re-
ceived Take Stock In Children schol-
arships from the Washington County
,Scholarship Foundation Inc., which
receives significant support from
Kiwanis. Though the club does not
track the use of donations for schol-
arships by the WHTC Foundation or
the Washington County Scholarship


Bill Howell, chairman of the Kiwanis Scholarship Committee,
presents scholarship donations to Tommy Smith, Director of the
Washington-Holmes Technical Center and Dr. Sandra Cook at the
June 16 Kiwanis luncheon. Pictured from the left are Tommy Smith,
Bill Howell and Dr. Sandra Cook.


Trust, it is apparent that at least
10 percent of high school graduates
in the county in 2009 received some
support from Kiwanis. All the funds
for these scholarship programs are
based upon the donations by Wash-
ington County residents.
The Kiwanis Club of Chipley has
been providing support to youth-ori-
ented events and programs for 68
years and last year supported 36 or-
ganizations throughout the county.
Next on the fundraising schedule
will be the ever-popular Kiwanis Din-
ner Theatre on Thursday, Aug. 27,
at the Ag Center. This year the pro-


gram will feature the Chipley High
School Drama Club in a special pre-
sentation for Kiwanis as part of their
Summer Program. Final scheduling
for the Kiwanis Golf Tournament is
being coordinated with other tour-
naments in the area and will occur
in September or early October.
The club meets Tuesdays at Pat-
tillo's Restaurant in the middle of the
Washington-Holmes County Tech-
nical Center (WHTC) at noon. For
an invitation to lunch, contact any
Kiwanian or call Elaine Chadwell,
membership chairperson, at 258-
3142.


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Faircloths reunite'
The annual Faircloth
Reunion will be Saturday,
June 27, at the Union Hill
Singing Hall north of Beth'-
lehem School on Highway
177. Take along pictures


and any memorabilia and a
well-filled basket to share.
For more information, call
James Faircloth' at 547-
3997 or Iris Matthews at
547-4110. Pass the. word to
other family members.


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second runner up, Brailyn Jackson; photogenic, Madison
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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
Florida Freedom Newspapers, Inc., 1,364 N. Railroad Avenue,
Chipley, FL 32428. Periodicals postage paid at Chipley,
Florida. Copyright 2009, Florida Freedom Newspapers,
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Sugar Baby: Queen is Savannah Marie
Koch; first runner up, Abbey Grace Peel;
second runner up, Madison Kapree Walker;
photogenic winner, Abbey Grace Peel;
sponsorship winner, Addison Paige Heming.


Tiny Tot: Queen, Harley Lorena Peel; first
runner up, Kaitlyn LeeAnn Hildebrand;
second runner up Caleigh Davis;
photogenic, Kaitlyn LeeAnn Hildebrand;
sponsorship, Harley Lorena Peel.


Little Miss: Queen, Breana Cotton; first runner up, Lindsey
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Freedom Fest 2009 coming to Vernon


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
VERNON The Wash-
ington County Scholar-
ship Trust is planning the


biggest fireworks show in
Washington County on Sat-
urday, July 4 at the Sport-
splex in Vernon. The event
is sponsored in part by the
Washington County Tourist
Development Council.


Freedom Fest 2009 be-
gins at 4 p.m. with a parade
in downtown Vernon and
then heads to the Sportsplex
at 4:30 p.m. for Flm Day.
Fireworks begin at 9 p.m.
Each and every student,


beginning in the ninth grade,
can earn points that can be
converted into money upon
graduation from Chipley
High School or Vernon High
School-and acceptance at a
postsecondary institution


of the student's choice un-
der the scholarship trust
program. In eight years,
WCST has given away over
$36,000.
For more information
go to http://www.wcscholar


ships.net or call (850) 260-
5309.
NOTE: Entry for the
Miss Independence Day
pageant on Saturday, June
20, has been extended to the
day of the pageant.


Community BRIEFS


FDOT reviewing bid
for SR29 construction
CHIPLEY The Florida Department
of Transportation (FDOT) recently
accepted bids for a multilane project
on SR79 from north of Crews Lane
Road to Strickland Road in Washing-
ton County. The apparent low bidder
for the job is C.W Roberts Contract-
ing, Inc. of Hosford. C.W Roberts
was one of five construction firms
vying for the job; they submitted a
bid of $8,877,323.34. The bid is being
reviewed by FDOT before the award
is official. A construction date will be
announced later.
Proposals were also received
from: Anderson Columbia Co, Inc.
$9,654,132.36; R.B: Baker Construc-
tion, Inc, $10,150,050.50; J.B. Coxwell
Contracting, Inc. $11,604,201.61; and
APAC-Southeast, Inc. $12,709,544.61.
Work will consist of widening SR
79 from two to four lanes from a point
north of Crews Lane Road to Strick-
land Road, intersection improvements
at' SR 20, construction of five-foot side-/
walk from south of Ira Road to the end
of the project, drainage and safety
improvements and placement of new
signs and pavements markings. The


contractor will have a little over 1-1/2 Guard Armory in Chipley on Tuesday,
years to complete the work June 30, from 2 until 4 p.m., at the Ag
Center in Chipley.
Panhandle Patriotic Celebration The items will be distributed on
a first come, first serve basis, while
BONIFAY Area churches, once supplies last. Tri-County Community
again, come together "to provide free Council, Inc is sponsoring the surplus
food, fellowship, entertainment and food distribution.
fireworks on Sunday, June 28, for the Households receiving Aid to Fami-
community. This year the Celebration lies with Dependent Children (AFDC),
will be held at the Recreation Center. food stamps, Supplemeptal Security
All of the churches will beset up in the Income (SSI), Medicaid, HUD, resi-
large ball field with plenty of parking in dents of public housing, or house-
the adjacent fields. holds whose total household income
Due to cutbacks and the economic is not in excess of the poverty line for
situation, Holmes County Ministerial the appropriate household size, are
Association is seeking help in sponsor- eligible to receive the donated food.
ing the Patriotic Celebrations. Any person certifying for another
For more information on the event must have a signed statement of au-
or to make a donation, call the Minis- thorization from the applicant and
try Center at 54705170 or David Lauen proof of their household income.
at 547-2420 or 326-0097 (cell). Recipients must bring some type of
container in which to carry their food,
USDA Food and someone to assist carrying com-
Smodities if unable to do so.
Assistance Program. Volunteers who wish to assist with
Surplus food, donated by The Unit- distribution should call Lisa Biddle
ed States Department of Agriculture, at 638-4520. USDA's Temporary Food
will be distributed to eligible residents Assistance Program is available to
in Washington County, Monday, June all eligible residents regardless of
29, from 2 until 4 p.m., at the Canning race, national origin, age, sex, or
Center in Vernon and at the national handicap.


Marriages and DIVORCES


Marriage license' information
- June 1- June 15, 2009
The following information was
taken from marriage license appli-
cations issued by the clerk's office
at the Washington County Court-
house.
June 8 Joshua Lea Johnson
and Ashley Nicole Bush
June 9 Arthur Donald Chev-
erie and Ellen Joy Vergara Mansala


June 9 Gary Frederick Yeo-
mans and Pamela Kay Beshears
June 11 Richard Anthony
Holder and Patricia Jean Griffis
June 15 Paul Martin Reeves
and Cindy Marie Skipper
Divorce information (filed, but
niot necessarily final) June 1
- June 15, 2009
'The following information was


taken from records at the Washing-
ton County Courthouse of unfinal-
ized, recorded divorce actions.
June 2 Brian Kevin Brock vs
Rhonda Jayne Brock
June 2 Charlie Ardaniel Stubbs
vs Sonia L. Stubbs.
June 6 Charlyce W. Finch vs
Kevin B. Finch
June 8,- Raymond Lewis Carter
III vs Peggy Anita Carter


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usage report

JAYFELSBERG
Managing Editor.
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Washington
County Commissioner Joel
Pate presented an analysis
of spoil dirt usage earlier
this week
Pate said he wrote the
report to bring attention to
the high cost of some of the
Practices of the county re-
garding spoil dirt. Spoil dirt
is defined as dirt removed'
from roadside ditches, cul-
vert work and excess from
construction sites.
"A very large amount of
these materials should be
considered reusable ma-
terial because it is, being
dispensed to various sites
throughout the county," Pate
wrote.
Pate said county policies
are "constantly, ignored"
or ignored "the majority of
the timre,"with a perception
that if someone gets "a right
of entry" that dirt could be
hauled up private driveways,
even from county pits.
"Rights of entry for work
done on [any] private drive
may putus in the position of
accepting them for county
maintenance," Pate wrote.
"This is a practice that needs
to stop."
.Pateaddeduptheamount
of slpoil dirt given away that
was charged against the
publicworks budget. For ex-
ample, from Feb. 1 to March
31, $10,267 in 87 loads was
charged against the pub-
lic works budget based on
tracking reports.
Pate said that not all of
the dirt distributed was ac-
counted for. "Some 14 re-
quests for spoil/dirt did not
have a resolution or cost
statement involved," he
wrote. A standard "load" of
dirt is $118, and one 60-load
trip not on the reports came
to an estimated $7,080.
"Based on this analysis it
would appear that the coun-
ty is missing a great oppor-
tunity to get better results
for out taxpayers' money,"
Pate wrote.


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Life starts at 50 for Martin


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Ponce de Leon searched the state of Florida for the Fountain
of Youth, but he should have looked in the Ozark Mountains near
Batesville, Ark.
.Mark Martin, 50, has taken the Sprint Cup Series by storm
and could be poised to challenge for the Sprint Cup after giving
up on what was an elusive dream.
Sunday will mark his first visit to a road course in three years
as he was in semi-retirement after leaving his full-time ride at
Roush-Fenway Racing, but it is no big deal for the three time
winner in 2009.
"It's another race, but I think that race out there is difficult for
all of the traditional oval racers, it's a very demanding course and
a demanding race, and my not being out there isn't really an
issue," said Martin who posted his first road course win in 1997.
"I bring it up because it is a fact but at
the end of the day it all comes
down to the car and talent and
not so much practice, so I've
had a couple races out
there and it won' t have
an impact on our racing on
Sunday.
"It might have had a small
impact on qualifying yester-
day."
Road courses are nothing
new to Martin as he has
had some
very
memo-
rable
bat-


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ties including the 1995 race with Dale Eamhardt where he was
passed in the Carousel turn.
"NASCAR had raced at the Glen for several years before
coming to Sonoma in 1989, and prior to that ran at Riverside,"
said Martin. "So, I think today it's just a given that you have to
perform.
"Then, there were certain drivers and teams that didn't figure
they were that great at a road course, so they just went out and
did their deal, but now today all the drivers and teams have to
take it very, very seriously because you can't afford to have an
off day anywhere on the circuit."
But what about that race in 1995 when the late Dale
Earnhardt, Sr., passed him for his first road course win.
"It's hard to lose a race in any way, but for some reason when
I went into the Carousel turn there, I slipped where there was
maybe a little fluid on the race track or if the car just slipped
where it hadn't slipped all day," recalled Martin. "I'm not sure,
but at the end of the day getting beat, when you thought you had
things under control is a big pill to swallow."
Now Martin is handing out the bitter pills like he did this past
Sunday at Michigan with fuel mileage in going from third to first
in the final lap of the LifeLock 400.
"It all comes down to the last run. Everybody pitted at the
same time and filled up there at the end for the last run, and it was
pretty much outside of everyone's practical fuel window, so
almost everyone had to try to save some fuel some way," said
Martin. Yes, I saved a lot of fuel because I wasn't in the posi-
tion to take a chance on running out and I got really lucky. I bal-
anced it just right. I ran out 500 feet before the start/finish line
with a two-second lead, so the other guys had gone just a little
faster and ran out shorter than that and it didn't work out
for them. We had a great car that enabled us to be able
to soft pedal it more than you're usually able if you
only have an average-handling car."
So will fuel be a factor again this weekend at
Sonoma and is it harder to save gas on a road
course?


NASCAR could open doors
With domestic automakers time," France said. "These are
like GM and Dodge falling on decisions in terms of a new
hard times because of bankrupt- manufacture joining the sport
cies, NASCARmight fill the that would take a long time to
void left in the sport with evaluate and actually enter, so
automakers from foreign soil. that's not something we turn the
Series chairman Brian light switch on and that would
France hinted at Michigan happen. But we are the preemi-
Intemational Speedway. that it nent place in North America for
might be a possibility, and that car manufacturers to build their
very preliminary discussions business with an auto racing
with certain carmakers have group."
been held to that effect. Toyota Those companies would be
is currently the only non- held to the same stipulation
American-based manufacturer Toyota was, in that they must
competing in NASCAR, build their competitive models
although the models used in in the U.S. "It is under a very
competition are made in the clear set of circumstances that
United States. manufacturers come to
"We have been talking to NASCAR to compete, and that
people off and on for a long would not change," France said.

Mayfield's expert gets challenged
An expert witness for sus- Mayfield's lawsuit because
pended driver Jeremy the expert falsely represented
Mayfield does not liave the himself on six counts.
medical degrees or certifica- MacFenerstein is the presi-
tions he listed in his qualifica- dent of Analytical Toxicology
tions, NASCAR alleged Corp., a drug-testing labora-
Tuesday. tory in San Antonio, Texas.
In a motion filed in U.S. NASCAR cannot confirm
District Court, NASCAR degrees and other qualifica-
asked that Dr. Harvey tions MacFenerstein includ-
MacFenerstein's sworn affi- ing a degree from Mid
davit be dismissed from Western State U of Texas.


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Jonn.Anaretti
Owner
Max Jones
Robb) Gordon
Teresa Earnhardt
Detrich Mateschiltz
Kevin Buckler
Andrea Nemecheck


Bubble
Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 1060
Points out of 34th: 153
Points ahead of 36th: 53
Driver Points
Paul Menard 1237
Robby Gordon 1213
John Andretti 1060
Scott Speed 1007
.David Gilliland 899
Joe Nemecheck 739


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After LifeLock 400
Driver
1. Tony Stewart
2. Jeff Gordon
3. Jimmie Johnson'
4. Kurt Busch
5. Ryan Newman
6. Carl Edwards
7. Greg Biffle
8. Mark Martin
9. Kyle Busch"
10. Denny Hamlin


Behind
Leader
-47
-142
-228
-255
-262
-276
-321
-329
-340


Nationwide'


After Meijer 300
Driver Behind
1. Kyle Busch Leader
2. Carl Edwards -37
3. Brad Keselowski -208
4. Jason Leffler -218
5. Joey Logano -351
6. Justin Allgaierr -583
7. Brendan Gaughan -591
8. Justin Keller -598
9. Mike Bliss -612
10. Steve Wallace -668


After Michigan 200
Driver Behind
1. Matt Crafton Leader
2. Ron Hornaday -27
3. Mike Skinner -29
4. Todd Bodine -56
5. Kyle Busch -107
6. David Starr -110
7. Terry Cook -136
8. Tyler Malsanm -140
9. Rick Crawford -153
10. Chad McCumbee -169


After Pocono 200
Driver Behind
1. Parker Kligerman Leader
2. Justin Lofton -45
3. Frank Kimmel -175
4. Bryan Silas -220
5. Craig Goess -300
6. Patrick Sheltra -375
7. Joey Coulter -385
8. Tim George Jr. -400
9. Tom Hessert -410
10. Steve Arpin -445


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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Mrs. Deborah
Ann Gray Bukszar, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was January 16,
2009, is pending in the Cir-
cuit Court for Washington
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 1293 Jackson
Street, Suite. 100, Post Of-
fice Box 647 Chipley, Flor-
ida 32428. The names and
addresses of the personal
representative and the per-
sonal representative's at-
torney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this
notice .has been served
must file their claims with
this court: WITHIN THE
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estate must file their claims
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DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
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DATE OF DEATH IS
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is 20 day of June, 2009.
Ryan Gray
733 Sewell Farm Road
Chipley,'FL 32428
Walter E. Bukszar
81 Private Road 1515
Country road 79
Dothan, AL 36303
Shane Gray
3074'Seminole Road
Chipley, FL 32428
Kelly Casey
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Peachtree City, GA 30269
A. Clay Milton, Esq.
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Marianna,FL 32447
Telephone: (850) 482-2330
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Telephone: (850) 215-7777
As published in the Wash-
ington County News June
20, 27, 2009.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given,
that. Malcolm O. Nelson
the holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the de-
scription of the property,
and the naines in which it
was assessed are as fol-
lows:
CERTIFICATE NO. 1261
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 06
DESCRIPTION OF PROP-
ERTY:
01-0063-0019 Parcel #
Lot 19, Block 63, of Sunny
Hills' Unit 1, a subdivision
according to the Plat
thereof, as recorded In Plat
Book 2, Pages 9 through
27, of the Public Records
of Washington County,
Florida. .
NAME IN WHICH AS-
SESSED : North River
Capital
Said property being in the
county of Washington,
State of Florida. Unless
such certificated shall be
redeemed according to
the law, the property de-'
scribed shall be sold to the'
highest bidder at the court-
house door on July 28,
2009 at 10:00 AM.
Dated this 11 day of May,
.2009
LINDA HAYES COOK,
CLERK OF THE-CIRCUIT
COURT, WASHINGTON
COUNTY, FLORIDA, BY: J
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File No. 67-09-CP-024
Probate Division
INRE ESTATEOF D E B -
ORAH ANN GRAY
BUKSZAR,
Deceased.


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Tax Service. Open 5 days Carpentry, pressure wash- HTREESERVICE
1 a week. 8am to 5pm. Call. ing, lawn care, patio & win- Treats Trees
(850)638-1483 dow re-screening, great reats Trees, Trimming,
rates. (850)638-4492 Stump Grinding. No One
Can Beat Our Prices. U-
censed & Insured.
SFree estimates.
..g John Holmes,
Headliners and Vinyl 850-326-5351
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the 850-428-9264.
work at your home or
workplace. Reasonable SOD/SEED on the farm,
rates on new vinyl tops delivered or installed. Cen-
and auto carpeting. Free tipede St. Augustine Ber- -
estimates. Call anytime, muda. West Florida Turf f limm
leave message. (850) (850) 415-0385;638-4860.
638-7351 Established 1980 B&M Mower Repair &
638-735Service. Quality work at a
fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
These tiny ads sell, .- ery Available. Bill or Mary -
hire, rent and inform (850)638-4492
for thousands of Sewing Machine and Vac-
families each week. For Rent first in Chipley, uum Cleaner Repair, guar- .
Let a little Mini Warehouses. If you anteed service on all
Classified ad don't have the room, "We makes and models. Free
do a big Do" Lamar Townsend estimates. Westem Auto,
do a big ob (850)638-4539, north of 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
for you Townsends. 547-3910


1100 | 1100 | 1100 3230
THERE ARE UNPAID YEAR OFISSUANCE 06 FOR June $ 2,21657 IN 142
TAXES ON PROPERTY DESCRIPTION OF PROP U.S. CURRENCY ONLY LCh.pley: 1402 Houston
WHICH YOU OWN IN ERTY: 01-0073-0006 AMOUNT TO REDEEM Rd, Saturday June 20, 7
WHICH YOU HAVE LEGAL Parcel # FOR July $ 2,248.78 IN am Noon; Lots of
INTEREST. THE PROP- Lot 6, Block 73, of Sunny U.S. CURRENCY ONLY women pants, capris &
ERTY WILL BE SOLD AT Hills Unit 1, a subdivision No Personal Checks Ac- A tops shoes, tools, elec-
PUBLIC AUCTION ON according to the Plat cepted. Cashier's Checks, 2100 Pets tronics, misc. household
July 28, 2009 UNLESS thereof, as recorded in Plat Money Orders, and West- 2110 Pets: Free to items, pool table
THE BACK TAXES ARE Book 2, Pages 9 through e non onl Good Home
ern Union are the only 2120 -Pet Supplies
RAND. TO MAKE AR- 27,of thePubic Recors other alternatives ac- 2130- Farm Animals/ Garage-Sale:2685 Marian
RANGEMENTS FOR PAY- of Washington County, cepted. Supplies Dr. (Dogwood Lakes),
MENT OR TO RECEIVE Florida. blishedintheWash-2140- Pesvestock Dr. (Dogwood Lakes),
FURTHER INFORMATION, NAME IN WHICH AS- As puised in the s- J anteJune 19th & 20th. Stove
CONTACT THE CLERK OF SESSED : Adrew & igton, County NewsJune hood, microwave, table &
COURT IMMEDIATELY AT SusanaAltman 2009, June 13, 2009, chairs, decor, clothes,
Susana Aitman June 20, 2009, June 27, misc. All good condition
RO. BOX 647 OR 1293 Said property being in the 2009,misc. A good condition
JACKSON AVE., SUITE county of Washington, 2130
101, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA State of Florida. Unless
32428, OR TELEPHONE such certificated shall b NOTICE OF APPLICATION For Sale. Guled Horse Huge Yard Sale. Sat.,
(850) 638-6008 EXT 224. redeemed according to FOR TAX DEED bridle & saddle. He has a June 20th. 8am-U.ntil at
AMOUNT TO REDEEM the law, the property de- Notice is hereby given, .perfect blaze face. 3 Tharp & Sons Mini Stor-
FOR June $ 1,220.82 IN scribed shall be soldto the that Malcom 0. Nelson stocking feet. All for age, South of Interstate on
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY highest bidder at the court- the holder of thefollowing $900.00. 547-2408. Hwy 77, Chipley.
AMOUNT TO REDEEM house door on July 28, certificate, has filed said
FOR July $ 1,238.63 IN 2009at 10:00 AM. certificate for a Tax Deed For Sale. Mini Stud
U.S. CURRENCY ONLY. Dated this 4 day of May to be issued thereon. The Horse, $300. 3 Peacocks, Misc Sale; 1734 Worley
No Personal Checks Ac- 2009 certificate number and $150. Society Finches, $10 Rd., cordless weed eater,
cepted. rLINDA HAYES COOK, year of issuance, the de- each. 535-2585 or 18 volt cordless drill, new
Cashier's Checks, Money CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT scription of the property, 527-0282 & used tools & tool boxes,
Orders, and Western Un- COURT, WASHINGTON and the names in which it extended pole chain saw,
on are the onlyother alter- COUNTY FL was assessed are as fol- Topper shell for small
ionaretheonly.otheraltr- COUNTFL lows For Sale: Baby Guineas 2 ickup truck. 638-1907,
natives accepted. BY: J C Rogers, Deputy TFAT NO. 8 weeks old, $3.00 each 850-260-0271
As published in the Wash- Clerk CERTIFICATE NO.,838 850-956-5090
Ington County News June WARNING: THERE ARE YEAR OF ISSUANCE 06 0-96-
6, 2009, June 13, 2009, UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- DESCRIPTION OF PROP-g
June 20, 2009, June 27, ERTY WHICH YOU OWN ERTY: 01-4347-0001 For Sale: Ducks, geese,
2009 INERTY WHICH YOU OWNHAVE LE- Parcel # chickens and guineas. For
2009. IN WHICH YOU HAVE LE-South /2 of the information call 3250 -
GAL INTEREST. THE 850-547-3129 or cell #
NOTICE OF APPUCATION PROPERTY WILL BE SW 1/4 of NE 1/4 lying 850-547-3129 or cell #
.FOR TAX DEED IC -SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- South of County Road No. 850-415-2998. r K&L Farm, LLC
Notice is hereby given, TION ON July 28, 2009 C277nSection16, Town- Home Grown Tomatoes
that Malcolm O Nelson UNLESS THE BACK ship 2 North, Range 15 & Peas. 1567 PineyI
the holderof thefollowing TAXES ARE PAID. TO West, Washington Courr Go.e Rd, Chipley. 8-6,
certificate, has filed said. MAKE ARRANGEMENTS Fl I I Mndv Friday, 8-4
.certificate for a Tax Deed FOR PAYMENT OR! TO NAME IN WHICH AI Saur 850-638-5002, 1
to be issuedthereon. The RECEIVE FURTHER IN- SESSED : Linda Fa.85, .
certificate number and FORMATION, CONTACT e501527.3380
year of issuance, the.de- THE CLERK OF COURT Said property being in t- 5052---
scription of the property, IMMEDIATELY AT RO. county of Washington
and the names in which t BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- State of Florida. ,hUnl m '_sE
was assessed are as-fol- SON AVE., SUITE 101,such redeem ed according ll Anue
lows CHIPLEY FLORIDA 32428, redeemed according i, 310 Appliancques
CERTIFICATE NO. OR TELEPHONE (850) the law, the property de- 3120- Arts& Crafts 32I
1281 638-6008 EXT 224. scribed shall be sold to the 3130 -Auctions
AMOUNT TO REDEEM highest bidder atthe court- 3140 Baby Items 1949 Farmall Cub wth 59"
house door on July 28, 3150- Building Supplies woods finish mower. Runs
2009 at 10:00 AM. 3160 Business great, good tires. $2,500.
S Dated this 4 day of May Equipment 850-956-2563
S20 3170 Collectibles
2009, R 3180 Computers
AIRLINES ARE HIRING LNDA HAYES COOK, 3190-Electronics r
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 3200 Firewood LARRY CAGLE
Train for high paying Aviation COURT, .WASHINGTON 3210-FreePassitOn If you need to
COUNTY, FL BY J C Rog- 3220 Furniture "buy or sell" I
Maintenance Career. FAA er, Deputy Cle- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales cst.equ e;
WARNING:THERE ARE uns cont equipment;
approved program Financial aid WARNING:THERE ARE 3250- Good Things to Eat Dozers, Loaders,
approved program. Financial ai UNPAID TAXES ON PROP- 3250 Health & Fitness Excavators, Forrestry,
if qualified Housing available. ERTY WHICH YOU OWN 3270-Jewelry/Clothing i Contact.
IN WHICH YOU HAVE LE- 3280 Machinery/ Icagle@cagleequlp- I
CALL Aviation Institute of GAL INTEREST. THE Equipment ment.com
Maintenance (888)349-5387. PROPERTY WILL BE 32900- Medical Equipment ce
ManPRSOLD AT PUBLIC A 3300- Miscellaneous cell:850-449-1432
SSOOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- 3310- Musicalnstrmments --
TION ON July 28, 2009 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
UNLESS ,THE BACK Supplies
REAL ESTATE TAXES ARE PAID. TO 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS 3340 Sporting Goods
SFOR PAYMENT OR TO 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) 3300
Coastal Georgia BANK RECEIVE FURTHER IN Your ome
FORMATION, CONTACT Need Your LHome
ORDERED SALE 1 + Acre Ocean THE, CLERKOF COURT Cleaned? Just can't ind
Access $29,900 (888)982-8952 IMMEDIATELY AT pO. Tgod reliable woman to do
x5192ww o aa es 9 BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK it? Then just call for a free
BWanted To Buy antiques estimate. Also, does'lawn
x 5192 www.oceanaccess299 SON AVE, SUITE 101 collectibles, gold, silver work. 850-956-3033,
Scor CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428, dinnerware, collections, Home. 863-531-167, Cell.
com. OR TELEPHONE (850) paintings, call Al Schmidt
638-6008 EXT 224. 850-638-7304
AMOUNT TO REDEEM 068
Head for the Smoky Mountains 2 FORT Jn $ 1,221 43EIN anted: Junk appli-
night/3 day stay only $99 Home U.s. CURRENCY ONLY ances, lawn, golf carts,
AMOUNT TO REDEEM farm and garden equip-
sites starting $29,900 Paved FOR July $ 1,239.28 IN 3220 ent, satellites for ee.
roads, water, se er&e U.S. CURRENCY ONLY.wi pick up. Call
roads, water, sewer clubhouse CURENCY ONLY BB Furniture 1342North 850-547-0088 or
No Personal Checks Ac- RR Avenue, Chipley. We 850-326-5329
www.ocoeemountainclub.com cetehs checks, Money ca fr dean quality
Cashier's Checks; Money pay cash for lean, ,quality
(866)228-6147 Orders, and Western Un- rnture850-557-0211Ask for
ion are the only other alter- Pasco orCarolyn
natives accepted. PascoorCroy
FREE Freclosure Listings*** As published in theWash-3310
ington County News June
Over 400,000 properties 6, 2009, June 13, 2009, 'I- LESSONS AVAILABLE:
n June 20, 2009, June 27, 3230 Limited space. Piano, Gui-
nationwide. LOW Down 2009. t-ar, Bass, Drums, Banjo,


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140 6170 6170 71o0 7160 8110 8110
2BR/1BA House for rent. 1995 T Avalon, hig 2003 4 Door Ford Taurus.
Hwy 77 South 3 miles o Large 2BR/2BA in Chip- or Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom 2602 Hwy 173 S. Nice ForSale:3BR/2BA 195 Toyota Avalon, high 00or
ou ley. All elctrc. bie homs in Bonfay. For Sale: 3BR/2A miles. $1000. Also,199573,000 miles. $6,650. obo.
Ho8ley. All electric, mobile homes in Bonifay. home on 2.23 acres. home on 5 acres will sell Toyota Camry. Wrecked, 850-527-6660.
Houston Rd. Call638-1858 Washer/Dryer hookup. No Call 850-547-3462 3BR/2BA with 1762 sq.ft mobile home separate oyota Camry Wrecked850-5276660
or if/ incuded, C pets. Available 7/1/09. Traller; 2BR/1/BA, cn- $69,900. For more infor- $60,000. for both or OOd parts car. $600
EMPLOYMENT RE I FO R RENT 3BR/1BA House Chipley. $475/mth plus deposit. tral Heattair, washer, dryer nation, contact Eric $12,000. for mobile home. 850535-9125.
Ce CH/A, W/S/G included. 638-0560. dish washer, partially fur- Gleaton Realty @ 850-548-5843 8130
410 -Help Waned a $650 month, $300 de Hmfo- nished. No Pets, Smoke 850-477-5908. 2002 Hyundai Sonata. r S 7 Nsan
4 Inf-E m ao n p o s it N o p e ts W a r n y f ull p o w e rs ee F o r S a le : 8 7 N is s a n
Information 0t6. Mobile Home for rent; free. $450. rent, deposit, Warranty, full power, re- pickup wtih tool box,
610 850 814-2625 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and $375. 850-638-1272 3BR/2.5BA House, 5 aec- mote alarm, cruse, AM-FM, pickup wtih tool box, cd,
$800.00 monthly 3BR/2BA Super Clean lawn service furnished. 3 res, pool, pole barn, CD, V6, auto. Blue.Terrific t ng
0.00moHy Home for rent. 2000 sq. ft., miles east of Vernon on Pi- Transmiter Mobile Home fenced area. buy. $4,800. truck, $1200.00
1600 t $750. First, last, security. oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or Park, on Transmitter Rd, in South of Chipley $290,000 850-638-8652. 80-5-
Health care Reception area. No pets. Contact 325-233-9224, or Panama City 850-960-0619 850-326-0692
Health c Reepio area No pB
enclosed offices+ 850-866-8644. 850-638-7315. Circle J Mobile Home Park NIssan
3____________________ in Chipley, 921 N 2nd St.; For Sale. 2004 Nlssan
Massage Therapist posi- 7 cubicles, 3BR/1.5 BA. CH/A, large & Graceville5262Alabama Maxima 3.5 SE, Black8210
tion.available for fast grow- Wired for printers, lot, smoke free environ- Mobile Home, 3BR/1'/2BA, St. 2&3/BR units for rent, .yi leather interior, heated For Sale: 15.3 ft Randal
ing business in Chipley Fl. plotters computers. ment. No inside pets. Ref- $400.2BR/1BA $300., Hud starting @ $350 per mo | 7150 AUOMOTfE, M seats, Bose 6-CD System, Craft with trale $2,000. or
Excellent Earnings Poten- Installed erence required. 1st/ last. accepted, water included. For info call 260-3026 or RECREATIONAL power windows and seats, tra iler. $2,000. or
tial. Fax resume to answering phone 547-2091. Possibly sale. 850-260-9795 Chipley city 850-527-0336 3.5 Acres for sale by 8100 Antique & Collectibles moon-roof. Very sharp ae for small Pontoon
850-415-1967. s stem and 3 olouse in limits. owner on Union Hill Rd., 811 Cars looking, excellent condi boat. 850-548-5555 or
ADT 3BR/2BA Doll House in limits. Bonifay. 1.3 miles off Hwy. 8120 Sports Utlity Vehicles tion. Please call leave message
Vacant Position: County security system. Chipley. Newly renovated Cot 8130 Trucks 850-638-2145 or For Sale: 17F Pro-Bass
Administrator CH/AC, kitchen & bathroomfloors. Mobile Homes in Cot- 79. Call; 941-722-2859 8140 Vas 50-3261744. Tracker, 60 hours Mercury.
Holmes County is seeking Call: 850-638-0790 Stove refrigerator ondleon ppRd To 5 acres One 10 ac Motorcycles Complete rebuilt last year.
applications for a County included. $700 month. les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, Two 5 acres & One 8170 Auto Parts ForSale:2001 PTCruiser, Lots of new equipment,
Administrator. Executive Office Space Call 547-3746. & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total res on Buddy Rd. One 10 & Accessories one owner, 5 speed trans- top. Have $11,000. in-
TheCountyAdministrator forrentdowntownChipley. elec. (850)-258-4868 or acres & One 13 acres on 8210o Boats on $, 80vested will take $7,500. or
The County Administrator for rent downtown Chipley 3BR/2BA House for rent. 8 5 -0 9 8 8 4 7GanerRd. Owner fnanc- 220 Personal Watercraft iss$100. ested take ,500 or
will serve a five (5) mem- All until. incld 638-1918 No pets. Application ww.charloscountryliv- ing For more info callMil 8230 Sailboats 850-768-0165 best oer Call Way,
Soard of County Coi- needed. Call 638-1918. ng.com REAL ESTATE FOR S ton Peel @ 850-638-1858. 8240- Boat & Marine 1-850-676-464,
The County employs ap- Bonifay, City Limits, nice 8310-Aircrat/Aviation For Sale: 78 Camaro,1-50-726-6945
proximately 80 full time lO area, 2BR/2BA house, 8320 -ATV/fftRoadVehicles $2,000. Runs good
and 20 part time person- 1BR Apartment for rent fenced yard, pets nag., 8330 -Campers& Trailers 850-527-74076698or
nel, and has an operating Bonifay. Hwy. 79. Call Washer/dryer hookup, 8110 8 0 8110 8340s-torhom aes 850-547-6698
budget of approximately 5,.5... CH -00 ',.:r lllu
$19.5 million.dollars. B -pp:-,i 85:. '91 845-
Requirements include: a 1BR Apartment r, Cr.. Lovely 1 Bedroom rm.-,'nM
BS/BA or greater degree G,:.:,' 3 i,:1,: ,. e:,,n 1 ., r-,I Lar1Ae
from an accredited school pl. 638-164~ ,..1
or university in public or 2BR 1'.BA mr.:.i.-, c p il r.are r.,ac do:s a,
business administration or ,:,r r, i, .- e .3j1 t le B,:,,-,ila 1650 pt r
a closely related field with ,r 8i,0 .2r58.55. '1 .1,-,, 11M & eIurI
3-5 years experience in the Ci 2.6. .
public sector as manage Large 2BRBA Apart. lon't Miss TheseGreat Dearn
or assistant/deputy man- ment .150 30 S'D Publisher's s o = ,-- s .'. A ,, I li
ager of a city or county. 3EjBRiA :..oi 960:. 1 __ SALE ENDS 6/13/09
Beginning salary range is iNf,, S E',.,ri.,-.i.'r, Notice _
$60,000 to $70,000 per Crpt.:pv cor,:,.enr,.nrt .:
year, based on experience inr, Rirl .Rncluei i. .. '
and qualifications. rer.er,, -i. ; ., ir.. ,,-,hr .-
The candidate must be a i.e r. 3rr 3,, agej .:,rr, r,c. i, i;r | .r hE
resident of or become a el. or HUD ,. |, 5,,5 ,
resident of Holmes County 850.63.8 3.6 .,,,,,T,, .
soon after hire. ,,. ,.:,, l ,-, i:. "
N o t e : RIDGEWOOD r,,i u
Resumes/Applications are APARTMENTS r,l,.,,:,I ,,.,,, .:. . ,-, "'-
subject to public disclo- .':, S ee i .5 I,-, I .:. u,:r, :, c
sure under the Florida B,,-,la hfl,,-,2 .,-,
Public Records Law. Enitrf v I c oriar r, 5 : 2 :,. 0
References are required, Cdrm roi :r.: i,ri r, ,:,_ ,
and will not be contacted C jlen i.jle arnorldcl ,, ,
unless the applicant is a fi- roJl1,- I 1W
naist fo the position, and SENIORS WELCOME WENESAY TH RSDAY FRIAY AN SAT RDAY
each finalist will be notified r8501657. 32 ID I
references. Hrir r, l
Holmes County is ant EI WN WIT APPROVED CREDIT SPECIAL EASE PROGRAMS
Equal Opportunt Em 6140 1 rOMPrTIVE INTEREST RATES I FRIiPLY STAFF
ployer and maintains a I Pi. I ,7 l/.giIlflVRlT A E'1 DuFee WlIkli 0I-vT
The deadline for applica- .. l:l] ,' i ll l l ; -
tions is July 22, !2009 atNO GN KIS O R 25 YEARS OF S
4:00 p.m. Please return 3 br 2 ba ln ci a: :: :...:o E C- Gi e t I & .
applicatid s and resumes pur:r.r3'~, ,opl.n Ir, anrod c ,,, .:.t C E CH IT
to the Holmes County '. ea' C.:r u,/, Hi HU i.N.F IT OUT '! i. .
Board of Commissioners I.4 e',:n,1 ,j Grea i, r,
Office located at 107 E Vir- "roo" ,e3ilsi r,:,,:, g.pr i. : ..1 1. 4 l".c
ginia Ave., Bonifay, FL onr. r iu-, i.,rg.. , ,
3 2 4 2 5 lr.* lr 1Or1l
www.holmescountyfl.org faN -.' r f l "i' n1 -.:
You can also submit via CSoySl,'5 r lq NEW 2009 TOYOTA NEW 2009 TOYOTA NEW 2009 TOYOTA
e-mail to 2BRcabin 1 ,,- p PRIUS HYBRID SEDAN COROLLA SEDAN CAMRY SEDAN
sfitzpstick@hdomscountyt.or m HTH-r, I :T.i ral HC Ri_ _SESeP
9. For more informa- nr Di .ioi ll ru Leather Seats, Novigation, 17" EFPC * Automatic, Super Deal 4 Door, Automatic, Power Pkg. *
tion contact Sherry i. B .~ l Ti Wheels with Pirelli Tires and Much * DON'T MISS IT! Carpet Mats, Keyless Entry,
Fitzpatrick, AdministrativeI85i32 -128 DON'T MISS B-, TII 7 *
Assistant at 850-547-1119. SouirB., 6170 I Morel Model 1224, Stock #8385 *
Assisanat85-5 BAHouse or 2 Bedroom for 1224, Stock 8385 Model 1832, Stock #8337 Model 2514, Stock #8420
rnplIy- Tw lo '' ir' mir, jr. HuaOappro. I.: WAS $30,521 SUPER DEAL
oaz^erni .:n blue L:SA 6 i l eHia r HTH- *f *
4130 M~rE-~ R.,,r t,,r steai.'w r,-, *
-11H,)CH pi ,r,.-,r, lr, mIr, ,,Ih LO *
Lookingfora Baby Sitter? $1000 Security oeposHi. BR" BA 14 704 U *
Please call Jessica at Ready for immediate occu- lurnr. r.rrJoipet, I 50 :
1-850-768-1438. I'm good pancy. Progressive Realty, rr,nir, i5'0 as pr Cill
with kids of all ages 638-8220. 63P -14.62
SThe sHerl i loofo r. GREAT DEALS ON ALL NEW 09 TOYOTA TUNPRAS
i The News Herald is looking for i 3l.1 l :7 :
I Independent Contractors to sell L 2BR MH. H3. ~el l TACOMAS ANP RAV-4'S IN STOCK!
Sunday newspapers in Bonifay o o, to-'ir .',n -.l N I
,:ulel SCur [:.- h. h.e
and in Chipley. i, t'l l0
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This is Sunday only from ap- R Mobiler Hme ,a1 NEW 2009 TOYOTA NEW 2009 TOYOTA COME TEST lPRI
-proximatel 8:00 A.M. intil ; SIENNA LE HIGHLANDER LTD. THE NEW 0V
Around 12 P.M. 2BR1A Mobie r 5 Door, V-6, Automatic, Sunroof, Leather, Sharp! TA *A
I This calnbe. a very lucrative op- I ,r, near Cr,, Sharp Vehicle! M V
I ~el na ~ISharp Vehiclel Model 6954
Iportunity for the right individu- Model 5336, Stock #8113 Stock #8327 ANP THE NEW 2010
3BR.2BA, 3-4 rr.ArT
als. bor, ll Elim S.-r:l:l r n SUPER DEAL AT ONLY SPECIAL ONLY TOYOTA SE U IA
_HIy 17. AC_7137-16 TOYOTA S24 747 "
Stop by The Washington County 1 1: $31 9 / STOW
I Ne s office on Railroad Ave in. Br..:,IA Doube "de IN STOC NO.cN *
Chipley orThe Holmes County i,-,ir. Cilla -: .
T s o i 12 E. V I 3BR/2BA MH in Chipley L
Times office at 112 E. -Virginia area. CH/A, quiet neigh- All prices after any faclory rebate. factory to dealer cash, plus tax and lag Subject to presale.
Ave. i Boni fay to fill out an borhood.$500 amonth.'No
Ave ion .s Call 638-11 or PRE-OWNED VEHICLES SALES EXTRAVAGANZA!
application 63-50
bile Home $300. 2B1BAmonth, Great Selection Zero Down With Approved Credit!
You can call Luther Moore M-F plus $300. deposit, no
I pets. Call 850-547-2043.
at 850-547-9414 for further I Leave message. O IN
Details. I For Rent: 3BR/1BA MQ- a *R
de s bile home, just past High
School, Bonifay.4 r o
TI $450.monthly,
,nW c l D I first/last/damage and
NENV% HER LD electric deposit required.
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