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Christmas in Tuna

Spanish Trail Playhouse presents A Tuna Christmas'


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY- Welcome to Tun
as! The Spanish Trail Pla3
presented "A Tuna Chri
on Dec. 5 and 7 at 7 p.m.,
Kevin Russell and Garrett B
played all 22 colorful charac
The play revolved arou
quirky small town of Tuna,
with a variety of characters
celebrate Christmas in the
unique fashion, which in
neighbor nativity rivalry, a
terious town prankster kno
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brings Christmas to downtown Chipley


PHOTOS BY CECILIA SPEARS I Washington County News
Downtown was full of bright Christmas lights put up by City workers.


Pam Stone
serves up
goodies
at The
Chocolate
Gallery
on Main
Street.


CHIPLEY The Merchants
of Historic Downtown Chi-
pley started off the Christ-
mas season with the return
of the annual Downtown
Stroll on Dec. 4. The mer-
chants opened up that eve-
ning with refreshments and
specials for holiday shop-
pers. More coverage online at
chipleypaper.com.


Morris


announces


retirement
CECILIA SPEARS
Staff Writer
cspears@chipleypaper.com
aoIPLEY -
After over
seven years




Morris' let- MORRIS
ter of retire-
ment during their regularly
scheduled City Council
meeting on Dec. 10.
"Effective Feb. 15, 2010,
I will be retiring from my
position as Chipley dity ad-
ministrator," Mayor .Linda
Cain read. "After several
long months of delibera-
tion I have decided to step
down." .
He wrote that the de-
cision to do so was "very
hard" because "this was
the most enjoyable job" he
ever had.
"The confidence placed
in me and the 100 percent
support that has been given
to me is overwhelming,"
she read. "Without that
support, I could have never
done my job."
He wrote that he has at-
tended meetings in many
cities before, but has never
found a city that "runs as
well as Chipley."
"As of Feb. 15,1 I will once
again enter into the private
sector and, as always, I am
onlyaphone call away at any
time," she read. "Althbugh
this is a tough decision, I
am confident that Chipley
will continue to be commit-
ted to excellence and'will
be even a better place in
the future to call home for
my family and myself and I
thank you again for the op-
portunity to serve."
Council member Tommy
McDonald received his Cer-
tificate of Completion from
Cain for completing the
2009 Advanced Institute for
Elected Municipal Officials.
"I'm very proud of him
for choosing to take this
course," she said. "He didn't
not have to, but he did."
See MORRIS A4


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Saturday, December 12, 2009


Vernon gets victory over rival Chipley, 62-50


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypoper.com
VERNON For the Ver-
non Yellow Jackets, it was
night for the ages as they
took control early, fell
from behind, came back
and scored 20 points in
overtime to beat county
rival Chipley 62-50 Mon-
day night.
Malcolm Bell led the
comeback as he hit a la-
yup with 2 seconds left in
regulation to tie the game
at 42-all. Bell, Lexus Roul-
hac and Anthony Siples
then hit three-pointers on
overtime to blow open a
game that had been tight
all evening.
The homestanding Yel-
low Jackets (1-3) under
first-year Coach Taf Bent-
ley overcame a 6-2 Chipley
lead early in the game to
trail just 14-12 after the
first period. Siples hit a
three to give the Jackets
a 17-14 lead, a lead that


' Vernon stretched to 31-22
at the half.
The Jackets kept con-
trol and led 36-30 after
three but then the Tigers
began coming back. The
Tigers (0-5) took the lead
at 37-36 .with 6:02 left in
the game as the Jackets
went ice cold from the
field. Rodney Lee buried
a pair of free throws to
give Chipley a 41-36 lead
with 4:46 left and the Ti-
gers were pretty much in
control...or so it seemed.
Lee, who led Chipley
with 17 points, fouled out
with about two minutes
left in the game, and the
Tigers went cold at the
charity stripe, going 1-7
down the stretch. Ver-
non hit all four of its free
throws, setting Bell up for
his tying layup just before
the buzzer.
From there it was all
Yellow Jackets as the
home team hit threes, con-
verted seven free throws,
and bolted away for


JAY FELSBERG I Managing Editor
Vernon's Malcolm Bell (right) sinks a free throw down the stretch.


the win
Bentley noted
while Vernon won


games in tip off compe-
that tition this was their first
two regular-season victory.


He noted that Jackets
are still learning the sys-
tem.


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"They are trying to
learn the way I want
them to play," Bentley
said. "We need to develop
a winning mentality and
hopefully we can build off
of this.
Bentley also praised
Chipley for its effort.
"They never quit, and
I give credit to Coach
(Joel) Orlando," he said.
Chipley girls 67,
Vernon 25
The Chipley girls dom-
inated throughout; jump-
ing out to a 32-13 halftime
lead and winning 67-25
over homestanding Ver-
non.
Chipley (1-8) used its
quickness and experi-
ence to control the game.
Thera Robinson led
the Lady Tigers with 15
points and Tara Thomas
scored 14. Amelia Bell led
Vernon with 9 points and
Brittaney Davis scored 8
for Vernon (0-5).
More coverage online
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*Florida Livestock
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$11,343 compared to no
sales last week and $12,203
a year ago. Compared to
two weeks ago; slaughter
cows $2-4 higher and bulls
unevenly steady; feeder
steers steady to $2 higher;
heifers unevenly steady;
replacement cows mostly
steady.
Georgia Livestock Auc-
tions: Receipts in 25 mar-
kets totaled $10,862 com-
pared to no sale last week
and $10,408 a year ago.
Compared to two weeks
ago; slaughter cows and
bulls steady to $1 higher;
feeder steers and heifers
steady to $2 higher, steer
calves and heifers steady
to $1 higher; replacement
cows $1-3 higher.
*Alabama Livestock
Auctions: Receipts totaled
$17,650 compared $15,069
a week ago and $14,910


a year ago. There are no
trends due to all markets
being closed last week for
the holiday.
Feeder Steers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2
300-400 lbs.: FL $100-139
- GA $97-128 AL $103-
126
400-500 lbs.: FL $88-111
- GA $89-111 AL $88-114
500-600 lbs.: FL $79-99
- GA $82-98 AL $75-96
Feeder Heifers: Medium &
Large Frame No. 1-2.
300-400 lbs.: FL $80-99
- GA $83-104 AL $84-103
400-500 lbs.: FL $70-89
- GA $76-100 AL $75-92
500-600 lbs.: FL $68-79
- GA $70-85 AL $70-83
Slaughter Cows: 90 Percent
Lean
750-1200 lbs.: FL $28-39
- GA $36-46 AL $36-40
Slaughter Bulls: Yield
Grade, No. 1-2
1,500-2,100 lbs.: FL $46.50-
56.50 GA $52-61 AL
$51-55


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Deadlines for Wednesday, Dec. 30
Display Ads:Thurs., Dec. 24, 10am
Legals & Classifieds:Thurs., Dec. 24, 1 pm
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WASHINGTON COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

Pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County
Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public
hearing at the County Commissioners Meeting Room,
located at. 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on
Thursday, December 17, at 1:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as possible, as the issue may be heard is to consider
transmitting the proposed EAR-Based amendments to the
Comprehensive Plan for Planning Horizon 2010-202Q for
the area shown within the map in this advertisement (the
unincorporated portion of Washington County, and the
municipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau.)
Amendment 2009-2A involves changing/updating the
Comprehensive Plan based on the Evaluation and Appraisal
Report (EAR) for unincorporated Washington County, the
municipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau.
The proposed changes to the Comprehensive Plan are
available for review at the Washington County Planning
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comments and make decisions regarding the above matter.
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attend. Public hearings may be continued from time to
time as may be necessary.


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TUNA from page Al


PHOTOS BY CECILIA SPEARS I Washington County News
Kevin Russell and Garrett Brolund played all 22
colorful characters in 'A Tuna Christmas'


"On behalf of the Span-
ish Trail Playhouse, I would
like to wish all of our mem-
bers, sponsors and visitors
a very Merry Christmas,"
said Russell, president of
the Playhouse. "The Span-
ish Trail Playhouse has
truly been blessed in 2009
through the generosity of
this community."
He gave a special thanks
to the Board of Directors..
"I am very proud to be a
part of this group of men and
women who have helped me
to ensure the success of the
Playhouse," he said. "We
have many new and exited
events in store in 2010 and
in addition to our regular
season lineup, the Spanish
Trail Playhouse will proudly
present its first dinner The-
atre, "Love Letters", in Feb.'


The cast of characters represents the quirky little town
of Tuna, Texas.


with a fabulous Italian meal
provided by Chef Emil Ter-
ranvona."
He also said that in April
they would present Skits-O-


Phrenia; in June and July
they. will be offering the
first annual Youth Theatre
Camp.
He encouraged anyone


MORRIS from page Al


McDonald said that it was
his pleasure to do everything
in his power to become more
knowledgeable as a city offi-
cial.
. The City Council also ap-
proved of Resolution 10-05 to
support the National Guard
and Reserve.
"The City of Chipley as
an employer who proffers
unconditional support of the
Guard and Reserve recog-
nizes that the National Guard
and Reserve are essential
to the strength of our nation
and the well being of our
communities and in the high-
est of American tradition and
vital profession; where by
they are trained to respond
to their community and their
country during time of need;
further acknowledging that
said individuals deserve the
support of every segment of
our society," Morris read. "If
these volunteer forces are to
continue to serve our nation,
increased public understand-
ing is required of the essen-
tial role of the Guard and
Reserve in preserving our
national security."
.The City Council does
"hereby join other employees
in pledgiggthat it fully recog-
nizes, honors and enforces
the Uniformed Services Em-


ployment and Reemployment
Rights Act (USERRA).
"That our managers and
supervisors will have the
tools they need to effectively
manage those employees
who serve in the Guard and
Reserve and that we will con-'
tinually recognize and sup-
port our country's service
members and their families
in peace, in crisis'and in war,"
he read. "The City Clerk is
hereby instructed to trans-
mit a copy of this resolution
to both the Chairman of the
National Committee and the
Chair of the Florida Commit-
tee for Employer Support of
the Guard and Reserve."
The City Council also ap-
proved of Aaron Warren of
the B & W Consulting Engi-
neers' proposal of possibly
finding grant money to re-
place some of the city's elec-
trical systems with more cost
efficient and energy conserv-
ing equipment, such as, for
example, running some of
the safety lighting with solar
powered panels.
The Council approved of
giving those employees on
call $75 a week for being on
call as well as their usual
wages if they are called in and
a stipend is to be given to all
employees that use their cell


phones for official business.
This is to meet guidelines by
the IRS
However, Morris said that
the ultimate plan is to switch
as many phones as possible
to beep-beep only, which is
only $11 per month per phone
and would save the city over
$7,000 a month.
McDonald also wanted
to say that the city has been
receiving quite a few phone
calls lately.
"Usually it's about stray
cats and dogs, but not this
time," he said. "This time
it's 'complements about how
much everyone is enjoying
the wonderful lights down-
town."
Cain gave praise to the
hard work and effort placed
into making the downtown
area as festive as it is.
"It feels good to know
that when visitors come
to our downtown area that
they leave feeling better off
than when they came," she
said. "Lets keep up the good
work."
The City Council's Christ-
mas Party is scheduled for
Dec. 18 at 12 p.m., the next
scheduled City Council work-
shop meeting, is Jan. 7 and
the' next scheduled meeting
is Jan. 14.


Novel 'The Yearling' under review by county schools


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY A committee
will review the 1939 Pulit-
zer Prize-winning novel,
"The Yearling" for its suit-
ability for Washington
County classrooms. Until
the committee presents its


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recommendation, the book
has been pulled from the
10th grade honors English
program at Chipley High
School.
Superintendent Dr. San-
dra Cook said that princi-
pal Steve Griffin requested
that the book be removed
after a parent said she
found the book offensive


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due to its reference to Af-
rican Americans using the
"N" word.
The committee would
review the book and pres-.
ent its findings to Griffin,


who would then make a
recommendation to Cook.
Cook said she has not
met the parent, but the
parent met with Griffin
and the honors teacher.


"It's never been a prob-
lem and we've never had
an issue with this book
prior to this complaint,"
Cook said Thursday after-
noon.


who wished to participate in
a production to audition for
their upcoming production
of "The Curious Savage," di-
rected by Danuta Jacob and
auditions will be held Jan.
18 and 19 at 6 p.m. at the
Spanish Trail Playhouse.
"Once again, on behalf of
the Spanish Trail Playhouse
Board of Directors and staff,
I'd like to thank you for your
overwhelming support in
2009 and we look forward
to seeing you at all of our
upcoming events in 2010,"
said Russel. "Merry Christ-
mas and a very Happy New
Year."
To view pictures and vid-
eo of "A Tuna Christmas"
visit our Web site at www.
chipleypaper.com and
view them at Photo Galler-
ies and Recent Videos.


Hudson


charged with


Alabama


burglaries

GENEVA,
AL A
Sunny Hills
resident
previously
charged in
burglaries
in Jackson
County and HUDSON
under in-
vestigation
for burglaries in Holmes
County has been charged
with burglaries in Geneva
County, Ala. His wife has
also been charged.
Patrick Hudson, 48, and
his wife Angela, 33, have
been charged with two fel-
ony counts of third-degree
burglary and two felony
counts of first-degree theft
of property. The Geneva
County Sheriff's Office re-
ports that the burglaries al-
legedly took place in Febru-
ary and October of 2008 and
involved about $3,000 worth
of jewelry and electronics.
Patrick Hudson is held
in the Jackson County Jail
on burglary charges and
Angela Hudson is being
sought for questioning.
Paperwork involving the
Hudsons' alleged involve-
ment in Holmes County
crimes is before the State
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Kiwanis visited by Santa and Chipley Head Start
Photos and story Kiwanis Club.
special to the News Patsy Justice then rec-
ognized Rodney and Pam
CHIPLEY At the weekly Whitfield, who portrayed
club luncheon on Tuesday, Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Dec. 8, Del Corbin, chair- The Kiwanis Club of
man of the Youth Services Chipley has been providing
Committee, presented a support to youth-oriented
check to 4H Coordinator events and programs for
Julie Dillard on behalf of 68 years and last year sup-
the Washington County ported 36 organizations
Youth Fair. The fair will-be throughout the county. The
held the third week in Feb- club meets Tuesdays at
ruary. Pattillo's Restaurant in the
The weekly program middle of the Washington-
was presented by the Chi- Holmes County Technical
pley Head Start. Head Start Center (WHTC) at noon.
is operated by Tri-County For an invitation to lunch,
Community Services in contact any Kiwanian or
Holmes, Washington and call Mark Collins, member-
Walton counties. Cynthia ship chairperson, at 850-
Brown, center coordinator, 258-94q3.
introduced her staff and. Today's meeting marked
the children enrolled in the the end of the sales cam-
Chipley Head Start. paign for the annual Holi-.
The children then sang day Fruit Sale, and the
two Christmas Carols: "Jin- orders will be delivered to
gle Bells" and "We Wish buyers around Dec. 16 or
You a Merry Christmas." 17.
Each child then re- For more informa-.
ceived a present from tion about the Kiwanis4
"Santa." The presents were Club of Chipley, visit www.
donated by the Chipley ChipleyKiwanis.com. Santa Claus was on hand to give out gifts with the help of Mrs. Claus.


LEFT: Rodney and Pam Whitfield portrayed Santa and Mrs. Claus. RIGHT: Cynthia
Brown, center coordinator, introduced her staff and the children enrolled in
Chipley Head Start. BELOW: The children entertained with Christmas carols.





ABOVE: Each child received
a present from Santa
donated by the Chipley
Kiwanis Club.

LEFT: Del Corbin, chairman
of the Youth Services
Committee, presented a
check to Julie Dillard on
behalf of the Washington
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Photo Courtesy of Go Daddy Photo
Danica Patrick will supplement her IndyCar career with
select races for JR Motorsports following Tuesday's
announcement in Phoenix, Ariz., which is the headquar-
ters for GoDaddy.com. GoDaddy.com is Patrick's spon-
sor with JR Motorsports as well as the sponsor for her
No. 7 Toyota owned by Andretti Racing.


You Go Girl!

Danica Patrick to run limited

Nationwide schedule with JRM


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

The months of rumors and
speculation came to an end
Tuesday with Danica Patrick
and JR Motorsports
announcing a two-year
agreement starting with the
2010 Nationwide Season.
Patrick, who also drives
for Andretti Racing in the
IndyCar Series, plans on sep-
arating the two series as
much as she can, but those
plans could change.
"Our primary focus is
going to be before and after
the IndyCar season," said
Patrick. "But we will look at
some options to running
some throughout the season."
Ironically JR Motorsports
in its partnership with Rick
Hendrick had a previous
working relationship with
GoDaddy.com Founder and
CEO Bob Parsons.
Patrick, who is sponsored
by GoDaddy.com with her
IndyCar didn't deny a rela-
tionship had already been
built. .
"There was no mystery
that I went to Charlotte a
couple of times in the sum-
mer and visited with various
different teams," Patrick
said. "But I think this really
came together because of
how competitive the car is
and how good it is, but also
the relationship with Bob
Parsons and GoDaddy with
Dale Jr. and Hendrick.
"There were a lot of rea-
sons why this came together.
It was really for all the right
reasons."
In making her decision
Patrick did seek out some
counsel from drivers who


have driven in both series
including Dario Franchitti.
I did ask him a few ques-
tions for sure," Patrick said.
"But he said he had fuin. He
said he enjoyed it.
"I think there were some
things that could be learned
from his experience. You
kind of have to find out for
yourself as well. I don't
think you can always expect
the same issues."
The big question. for
Patrick is succeeding in a
sport where the race cars
have fenders versus the open
wheel ranks she has been
accustomed to.
"First and foremost, I'm
going to be able to drive for a
great team. There's the ade-
quate and proper support,"
Patrick said. "I do get nerv-
ous before anything that I do,
[but] I do believe in myself.
That's important. You have
to be there. It's easy to get
down sometimes if things
aren't going well, but I
always try and stay positive,
and know that I can do the
job.
"My Dad reminds me
every now and again if I get
down, that anytime I jump'in
a car, I always do a great job.
It's about bringing every-
thing together. I think that's
really what we were able to
do on the front end of this, to
drive for a good team and
have the right support, which
is what every driver could
hope for."
Ironically for Patrick she
will be driving for a co-
owner of JR Motorsports
with Tony Eury, Jr. as her
crew chief as he and Kelley
Eamhardt have bought into
JRM starting in 2010.


No


around


Toyota is not a joking matter in the garage today


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

Back in 2004 the racing
world was knocked on its
collective ear as Toyota
announced it was coming to
NASCAR.
Its first foray into the roar-
ing metal monsters came in
the Camping World Truck
Series and now they are a
regular fixture in the Sprin:
Cup, Nationwide, anc
Camping World series.
But they not only race.
they are winning and one of
their biggest drivers leading
the charge is a young maver-
ick by the name of Kyle
Busch.
* The brash driver for Joe
Gibbs Racing has' helped
Toyota take back to back
manufactures titles in the
Nationwide Series, but he
also helped to clinch the
fourth consecutive Camping
World Truck Series manufac-
tures title at Talladega on
Halloween.
How are they doing this?
It's is simple, they are
winning races.
. Busch alone has account-
ed for 20 of the 40 wins with
nine wins coming in the
Nationwide Series and
another seven in the truck
series.
One of the first drivers to
get interested in Toyota was
former Truck Series
Champion Mike Skinner,
who is one of the original
Toyota Tundra drivers since
the beginning.
"When I heard that Toyota
was entertaining getting into
NASCAR back in 2003, and
they were going to do it the
first couple years through the
Truck Series -- I really
missed the trucks and wanted
to get, back into the series,"
Skinner said. "We partnered
up with Toyota and it's just
been a fantastic venture ever
since. We've become friends
as well as business partners.
"It's been an honor to
drive for Toyota and repre-


sent them -- it's just been
really, really great. Toyota
has been very supportive, of
-me so when we have good
years -- like being able to
help them get four straight


manufacturer's champi-
onships -- it makes it feel
like it's all worth it."
How good is the Toyota
looking in the future, look at
Busch's numbers from this


past season.
During the 2009
Nationwide Series. he led a
series-record 2,698 laps dur-
ing the season and became
the first driver to earn 10
consecutive top-two finish-
es.
Busch also became the
first driver to win in two of
NASCAR's top-three nation-
al touring series races in the
same day when he claimed
checkered flags in the NNS
and NCWTS events at
California's Auto Club
Speedway (Feb. 21).
The Las Vegas-native also
holds the record for the most
tracks where he has won in
all three series -- California,
Bristol, Chicagoland, Dover,
New Hampshire and
Phoenix.
For an organization that in
just three years into its
NASCAR Sprint Cup pro-
gram finishes with 11 wins in
2009 they have come along
way since its inception.
The beginning was with
Michael Waltrip Racing, Bill
Davis Racing, and Team Red
Bull. Two of those organiza-
tions have recorded wins and
the addition of Joe Gibbs rac-
ing is adding to the short his-
tory of Toyota quickly in
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college Admissions and ATTEND COLLEGE Notice 710o Out-of-Town (850) 547-9414 Gainer Rd. Owner financ- $89000. Howell Realty 832p -AIVAff Road Vehicles www.hendesonaucions.corn
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will be accepting a. i
applications for the R
position of A'o- .- =,
Corporate Services 6 100 Bu siness/ I __
Specialist. I Commercial W a Vr ce
Applicationswill be 611i- Apartments Wau8au, Very clean 2BR
accepted atthe, 6120 Beach Rentals MH, nice 2 acres, pnvate
Wororce Cente of 6130 Condo/ownhouse $450 w/dep & lease.
Floridaforce Center of 6140 House Rentals Sunny Hills, 2BR/1.5BA
Maore a, 6150- Roommate Wanted House comer lot carport,
and 625 Highway 231, 6170 L Mobile Home/Lot
Panama City, Florida 180 Out-of-Town Rentals lease .
until Friday, December 6190 Timeshare Rentals Lakefront Leisure Lakes.
18,2009. 6200 Vacation Rentals Lovely 2BD house, 1 acre, o
T 18, is opening is iwourood floors, big screen
Wewahichkas opening is in our orch, fencing, outbdgs,
Wewahitchka Offeic. ets possible $750 mo.
Job specifications for 6100 wdep & lease
this position are as For Rent: Free standing Florida's Best Real Estate
follows: large place for shop or 814-8444 or 814-9696
Require Bachelor's church on 2 acres. Comn-
Degree/Equivalent in mercial across Community 9. ,
Business Administra- South Credit Union.
tion, Accounting or 850-209-32911 7
similar field of study.
Prefer previous work For Rent: office spaces, 2BR MH for rent with utility
experience in human carpet, ac, 2nd story building, window air.
resources, accounting walkup, private, great 535-2657.
or business rental price. Large & small
administration field with 850-209-3291 3BR/1BA,
experience involving 3/4 mile from
planning, budgeting p'J Bonifay Elem School.
and.directing programs Hwy 177A. Quiet park.
requiring frequent I silo0 _J 3BR/2BA,
people contacts. Prefer 1 BR Apartment in Chip- Newly remodeled. I EO E RE TTHE N W 201 PRIUS AN
experience in an electric ley. Good location. No large porch, new heat COMEU ST DRIVE THE NEW 2010 PRIUS AND
distribution system or in pets. 638-4640. pump. 547-3746. THE NEW 2010 TOYOTA 4-RUNNERS!.
the electric utility For rent Sleepy Hollow 3BR/2BA Doublewlde.
industry. Prefer working Duplex Apartments Large chain link fenced All Specials APR 0.0% to 3 9% With Approved Credit, Tier 1,2.3, S.E.T Finance. 60 Months Call for all details.
knowledge ofRUS HUD not accepted. yard. $650 plus deposit. .,..
accounting standards. 3BR/1BA. Water, garbage, No pets. Call 638-1716. No
Require knowledge in lawn care included. Spa-calls after 8PM. O WNI D V III SUPER EA 'j'
accounting and cious, energy efficient with PRE0WNED VEHICLES SUPER SA LE
economics.. private yard. 3BR MobIle Home for 1Z1O DOWN WITH APPROVED CREDIT GREA T SELECTION .
Require the ability to 850-638-7128. rent. Call after 5pm. Z R.THGREAT
satisfactorily pass for.Rent. B 1/2BA57- .
Gulf Coast Electrc For Rent. 2BR/1BA 5473993. COME HE IT OUT DONT MISS THESE GREAT DEALS!
Cooperative's drug Apartment in Chipley. -Bon-fyI, 2&3BR, A -DEALS
screen and employment 638-1918.$ 0,CE8S ii quiet mobile home E
entrance examination; p-- "-R----- ir t mblh
to obtain and maintain a RIDGEWOODN park. RV/MH lots, $18'.
valid Florida driver's APARTENTS 6
license. Require the I OF BONIFAY I- J Mobile Ho.
ability to deal effective i '2BR I Circle J Mobile Home R TDE.!
with others in both Incldes city utilities Park in Chipley,
favorable and I Ask about our fall I 850-832-2929 921 N 2nd
unfavorable situations, I promotions I St.; & Graceville 5262 Ala-
regardless of status or I HUD Approved bama St. 2&3 /BR units for .
position; to gain the 1 850-557-7732 rent, starting @ $345 per .
respect and confidence THREE F l850-832-2929 : 0
of others. Require the Bedroom
ability to identify, Everything New! Country Living Estates,A ,atn
incorporate and Convenient location. For Rent: 3BR/2BA mobile.OSEDA
comprehend the critical Downtown Chipley. home, central heat and air.
elements of a situation; No lease. No pets. Bonitfay 850-547-5628
to make effective use of 638-3306.
other resources; to For Rent 3 BR! 2 BA
establish objectives, *Doublewide. in Bonifay.
schedules and priorities. 6 No Pets, Call cell # 04 H39I
Require the ability to 6140 850-373-8938
control emotions and
maintain effective 1282 Holley Ave, For Rent. DoublewldeI. I
performance under the Chipley Mobile Home, 3BR/2BA,
demands of time, 3 br 1 bea. The house is Io- front and back porches,
pressure and cated in a nice location plenty of acreage for .
opposition; to use along Main St. It is in good horse, paved road front- *
logical and sound condiion and has a nice age. South of Bonifay, just -
judgment in the use of size yard. Very clean. Rent o edge of Washington MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

policies; to effectively $500. Progressive Realty, REAT SELECTION OF PRE-OWNED CERTIFIED TOYOTAS
and clearly present and 1282 Holley Ave, Chipley, 638-8220. ".

w writing. 3 br/lba hom e. This house tondale on S app R d, 8 m l -. A t -IR vs .h HLo Ro m1 Q u
GutCoast Electrc is conveniently located les E. of Chipley. r, 2 CELIAS 7 Yeas tOO.OOn Mite G'-eat Seect on F-orm _-t lH .

Equal Opportunity nice sized back yard. Rent 85 0- 2 0 8 847 FROM COROLLAS TO SEGUOIAS, ALL ALL AT GREAT SAVINGS!
Emplyeris $675/m Call for de- www'charloscountryliving.c L 1". f . 1,.'l A..
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CAMRY XLE YARIS : RAV-4 TUNDRA 4x4 4-RUNNER SR5
Leather, Sunroof 2 Dr., Auto., Great Automatic, DOUBLE CAB V-6, Sunroof
Power Seats Gas Mileage! Local Trade V-8, Alloy Wheels Leather



I 06 TOYOTA 09 TOYOTA 2010 TOYOTA 09 TOYOTA 06 TOYOTA
COROLLA CAMRY TUNDRA 4x4 SIENNA SIENNA
4 Door, 4 Door, DOUBLE CAB Nice Nice
.. .. Great Gas Mileage Automatic V--8 Mini Van Family Van
NICE! NICE CAR! SHARP! HURRY! SHARP!

C&C Bookkeeping and SOD & SEED on the farm, CHOOSE FROM!
Tax Service. Open 5 days delivered or installed. Cen- Sewing Machine and Vac- MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!


a week. 8am to 5pm. Call tipede St. Augustine Ber- uum Cleaner Repair, guar- -
(850)638-1483 muda. West Florida Turf anteed service on all ,,, -I,
(850) 415-0385; 638-4860. makes and models. Free FELIZ NA VIDAD
O Established 1980 estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay css and Discounts After Any Factory Rebate, Factory To Dealer Cash Incentives, Plus Tax and Tag. Subject to Presale. -
547-3910

Hair-Styling Salon; ForRSTORAGE|fYo
I Sale good location, I Sewing Machine and Vac- Can't Come To
1 plenty of parking, Estab- I For Rent first in Chipley, uum Cleaner Repair, guar-
lished & operated con- Mini Warehouses. If you anteed service on all 2 US, Just Give Us '
tinuously since 1976, don't have the room, "We makes and models. Free 296 1 A Ve. M a ria lla
I owner retiring. I Do" Lamar Townsend estimates. Western Auto, 2 A Call, We'll Drive
,850-547-2415, in Boni- T(850)638-4539, north of 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay. (8 5 0 ) 5 5 1 1 1-8 0 0-4 23 -8 0
-- Townsends. 547-3910 t 0 ItTo You.
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