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Place of Publication: Chipley Fla
Publication Date: March 28, 2009
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Greg Garrison, owner of Self-Sufficient Sustainable Independent Energy (SSJ) and consultant'for the p
was on hand to demonstrate the technology.


Green Fue


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY Chipley High
School and the Washing-
ton/Holmes County Tech-
nical Center (WHCT) held
.an. introductory meeting,
at the tech center Thurs-
day morning to go over
a joint "Growing Green
Fuel" Biodiesel project
made possible:by a grant
received from the State
Farm Youth Advisory
Board.
The grant is awarded to
"address global environ-
mental disasters," which
is classified as :disasters
caused globally by climate
change or the possibility
of an energy crisis.
Stephanie Halley, mar-
keting and grants coor-
dinator for WHCT, wel-
comed all the visitors to
the meeting.
"I believe this is going


1 injured in


-10 wreck
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
PONCE DE LEON A Live Oak
woman was injured Thursday
morning when her SUV iydro-
planed into the path, of an 18-
wheeler in Interstate 10. The
accident took place during a
heavy rainstorm.
Florida Highway Patrol re-
ported that, Nelda Croft was
driving eastbound approach-
ing the County 181 overpass at
about 11 a.m. when her GMC
Envoy hydroplaned into the
median. The vehicle crossed
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Students at Chipley High School and Washington /
Holmes County Technical Center will participate in
the program. *


to be one of the. biggest
projects to impact our
schools and our commu-
nity," ;said 'Halley, "Who
knows what may come of
these stiUdents' hard work
and talents."
Nathan Toro, of Poplar
Springs is at WHCT study-
ing horticulture and gave


a presentation on the ba-
sics of the project.
"The purpose of this
project is to provide inter-
disciplinary education on
the production and bene-
fits of biodiesel fuel on the
environment, energy se-
curity, and our economy,"
said Toro. "We will also be


extruders, reactors, cen-
trifuges and filters and
mixing the fuel for .use in
two school vehicles."
Visiting the school was
Greg Garrison, owner of
,Self-Sufficient Sustainable
Independent Energy (SSI)
and consultant for the
project.
"F.iel. is something we
all need and if we teach
the youth how to utilize
-these natural resources to
where it becomes some-
thing as natural as owning
a microwave," said Garri-
son. "We have to be care-
ful though and stick with
the idea of recycling old
organic oils or a variation
of plant stalks to oil."
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JAY tELSBEKU I The Washington County News


Two vehicles were involved in an accident caused by bad weather on
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CHIPLEY Florida High-
way Ptroil reports that a
Chipley. "woman was killed
in an easily morning wreck.
MaIrjrie Forehand, 53,.
was was traveling north-
bound on State 77 at about
7 p.m.. The vehicle entered
a curved portion of road-
S way. The driver failed to ne-
gotiate the curve by allow-
ing the vehicle to leave the
roadway and travel onto
the east curb line.
ntylNews The vehicle traveled
roie onto the raised concrete
Scurb and subsequently lost
tire pressure in the right
'front tire due to a cut tire.,
The vehicle then trav-
eled into the AUllstate Insur-
ance Parking lot where the,
vehicle then struck a tele-
phone junction box, the guy
wire from the power pole
dents and a large concrete fixture
ning ac- with, the front end.,
e prop- Forehand was pro-
plants, nouiiced dead at the scene
messing by Washington County
esr EMS.


County (Ian

faces sexual

battery charge

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY A Washing-
ton County man faces two
charges of sexual miscon-
duct, including sexual bat-
tery on a child under the
age of 12.
Washington County
Sheriff's Office reported
Thursday that on March
15, investi-
gators with
the received -
information
that Em-
mett Eu-
gene Gid-
diens, 37,
had been
involved in EMMETT
inappropri- EUGENE
ate, sexual GIDDIENS
contact with
a child under the age of 12.
An investigation was im-
mediately initiated with the
assistance of Department
of Children and Families.
As a result of the investiga-
tion Giddiens was arrested.
and charged with one count
of sexual battery on a child
under the age of 12 and one
count lewd or lascivious on
a child under the age of 12.
This investigation is still
open and additional charg-
es are pending.
Giddiens is being held at
the Washington County Jail
on a $150,000 bond.


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Saturday, March 28; 2009


Board approves $20,000 to recreation departments


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com

CHIPLEY Washington
County Board of County
Commissioners unani-
mously approved Com-
missioner Charles. Brock's
proposal to give $20,000
to various Washington
County recreation depart-
ments.
The BOCC had for-
merly provided funding to
recreation departments
but ended the practice in
recent years. Division of
the $20,000 includes Chi-
pley, $9,000; Vernon, $9,000;
S Wausau, $1,000; Ebro,
$1,000.
"We'd have to help
them out at some point,"
said Brock. "It's better to
do it now, before the end of
the season, when they can
use it."
Funding per city was
based on number of par-
ticipants and population.
Al Gothard of Sunny
Hills came before the
board requesting that Sun-
ny Hills,Fire Chief Glen
Zanetic be removed, from
his position or almost all
of the volunteer firemen
were going to resign.
"We've brought this
before the Board numer-
ous times before, but to no
avail," said Gothard. "Now
we bring it before you, in
hopes that something will
be done."
He stated that he had
proper documentation of
Zanetic paying himself
using the volunteer fire
department's funds.
"This is has become a
safety issue," he said. "Be-


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Paul Culbreth was honored by Washington County Board of County Commissioners Thursday upon his retirement.


cause he is paying himself
for 40 hours a day, seven
days a week, we are un-
able to afford the proper
safety equipment.
"For instance, during
our last fire oife of our boys
went in with an air tank
that was almost empty,"
Gothard said. "Luckily he
didn't need it for long be-
cause there wasn't more
i than five minutes worth of
air in it."
Commissioner Donnie
Strickland said the situa-
tion was a misuse of coun-


ty funds and he said the
issue had been brought up
before, but it was put aside
for further discussion.
"I don't like what I'm
hearing any more than
you do," said Chairman
Bill Howell.
"But if we're going to
act, we're going to make
sure we do it right because
I don't want any trouble
due to hasty decisions."
The BOCC agreed to
review the documents
brought by Gothard, as
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mentation with County At-
torney Gerald Holley.
County Administra-
tor Pete Herbert reported
that Vernon High School
wanted to start a driver's
education course at the
high school. He said he
found that $3 of fees from
every traffic violation fine
was sent to Chipley High
School's driver's ed and
proposed that the fine be
raised to $5, sending the
remaining $2 to Vernon
High School.
The BOCC approved
.dividing it evenly by $2.50
each, since the highest
they could raise the fee
was $5.
County Engineer Cliff
Knauer gave his report,
which included the prog-
ress made about putting
in the lights on Falling Wa-


ters bike path.
He said he had a map
showing the location of
where the new lights and
poles will be, saying that
for four meters it would be
$80 a month for lighting.
Two red lights, he said,
are recommended for the
intersection of State Park
Road and Falling Waters
Road.
"People who aren't
too familiar with the area
don't see the intersection
around that curve and
have the tendency to drive
right on through," he said.
Jerry Brock, "trusted
agent" of the Vernon His-
torical Society brought be-
fore the BOCC a request
for help funding the Vernon
Bridge Festival, "Bridging
the Past With The Future,"
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"I briefly mentioned to
you last month at the com-
mission meeting in Vernon
that the Vernon Historical
Society was planning on a
70-year celebration honor-
ing the Vernon Bridge that
was opened and dedicated
on May 25, 1939," said
Brock.
"This will be 70 years
for the bridge being in ser-
vice, it's been a good one
and with the pending new
bridge or bridges replacing
this one, we think it is only
appropriate that we recog-
nize it's pending closing as
we did the opening."
The request was for
$1,585: $1,000 for 1,000
pounds of mullet at $1 per
pound; $120 for two signs
advertising the event; $265
for renting the Vernon
Community Center; and
$200 to rent the portable
bathrooms.
"We are a non-profit or-
ganization with funds only
coming in from member-
ship dues and from dona-
tions and we are making
this a free event for all
those who show up," he
said.
"We are expecting over
1,000 people, since it will be
the weekend after Memo-
rial weekend and in order
to supply food, entertain-
ment, advertising, genera-
tors, portable bathrooms,
tents, bouncy arenas, wa-
ter slides, etc., we are in
need of some financial as-
sistance."
The BOCC agreed to
help find a way to reduce
some of the expenses and.
help any way they can to
make the event a success.
Brock said that all were
invited to attend including
vendors and anyone who
wanted to make money or
collect donations.
"All sponsors will be
listed and recognized for
their donations," he .said.
"Even though Vernon is
the place holding and ad-
vertising this event, we
want it to be a county wide
event, not just for Vernon
so I invite you all to come
out and celebrate this to-
gether."
Brock also wanted ev-
eryone to know that April
12-18 is Public Communi-
cations Safety Week, hon-
oring all that emergency
dispatchers do for com-
munity.
"Because they work
over the phone and no one
can see them, many peo-
ple fail to realize the im-
portance of the emergency
dispatch team," he said.
"Whether it be calling in
a fire or talking someone
through an emergency cri-
ses, we want to show them
how much we appreciate
everything they do for us."
Barbecues and small
get-togethers will be tak-
ing place and all emergen-
cy personnel are invited to
attend.
For more information
contact the 911 Program


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Arts Council opens


exhibit at Chamber


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
dftlsberg@chipley.paper.com
CIlfPLEY Support for
the arts4issteadily growing
in Washington County and
Thursday was an example
as the Washington County
Arts Council exhibit at the
Chamber of Commerce of-
fice was opened Thursday
morning. Painting, pho-
tography and other media
were on display as the rib-
bon was cut in the Cham-
ber lobby.
Arts Council Chairper-
son Karen Roland said the
exhibits would be changed
out quarterly.
. ."They feature all local
artists," Roland said. She
also noted that the arts
have economic impact.
"For every one dollar,
spent on art there is an
$8 impact'in the commu-
nity. Also, 75 percent of the
people that visit Florida
visit a cultural activity."
-The Arts Council will
sponsor its second annual
A Day in the Park on April
25 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Shivers Park in Chipley.
The free event is open to
the public and will feature
an arts and crafts market-
place, live music, original
arts, handmade items and
the work of local artisans.
For more information go
to washingtoncountyarts.
org
Sapp one of several
local artists on display
One of the artists on dis-
play was Charlotte Sapp, a
retired educator with an
amusing, story of. how she\
started making beautiful
baskets.
Charlotte Sapp, Wash-
ington County artist and,
native, hopes to make 1,000
baskets in her lifetime. A
retired schoolteacher from
Kate Smith Elementary
School, she's been making
baskets since 1982 when
she ventured, into a craft

Tour of


opens
CHIPI~Y Chipley
Garden Club's "Tour of
Gardens" will be followed
by an English Tea on
March 28 and April 4.
The tour will start at the'
home of Edwina Showers,
750 Fifth Street, in Chipley
at 9 a.m. and continue to
Glenda Wilson's' home,
2071 Orange Hill Road,
Chipley at 10:30 followed
by an English tea.
An English tea consists
of two kinds of sandwiches,


shop in Lynn Haven.
Unsure of undertaking
this new adventure on her
own, the woman clerk re-
assured her, telling her if
she could read, she could
make a basket and assist-
ed her in selecting all the
necessary materials.
Charlotte's first basket
was. an ambitious under-
taking-an egg-basket, but
.undaunted, by the -chal-
lenge she excitedly re-
turned to the shop with her
completed basket to show
the'clerk of her accom-
plishment.
Proud of her new craft,
she was disappointed to
find that the clerk that
had Waited on her was not
working that day.
W, ith her slightly lop-
sided egg-basket in hand,
Charlotte inquired about
the whereabouts of the
other clerk who had. in-
troduced her to the art of
basket-weaving. The clerk
began to laugh and laugh'
and Charlotte was begin-
.ning to feel as if the clerk
was laughing at her basket
and though not perfect she
thought it was a good first'
effort. The new clerk-,still
tickled explained to Char-
lotte, "That was my sister
just covering for me during
lunch, she doesn't know a
Thing about baskets!"
Now 380 plus baskets
later, Charlotte tries to
make one basket a day in
her workshop studio be-'
hind her house, a few feet,
from where she. was ac-
tually born. She' keeps a'
notebook on her numbered
baskets with notation on
design, material and where,
the' basket ends up.
She makes baskets of
several traditional materi-
als and has ventured out
into pine needle baskets
and gourd baskets as well.
A basket is, on display, at
the Chamber of Commerce
offices and is available for
purchase.


Gardens


today
scones 'with strawberry
jam and mock Devon-
shire .cream, together with \
English tea. Cost is $7 for
garden club member and
$10 each for non-members.
Tickets are 'available
from Edwina Showers
638-1777 or Glenda Wilson
638-9138.
Tickets will be sold on
first come basis and are
limited to 40 each day with
no exception and no tickets
sold at the door.


JAY FELSBERG I The Washington County News


The Washington County Arts Council exhibit opened with a ribbon cutting.,


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CITY OF CHIPLEY
ANNOUNCES '

APRIL AS SPRING CLEAN UP MONTH

FREE TO CITY OF CHIPLEY HOUSEHOLDS
The City Council is sponsoring a project to collect, recycle, and
properly dispose of these items:

FREE DISPOSAL OF:
FIRST WEEK: WHITE GOODS -
APRIL 6 THRU 10 (Refrig., washers, dryers, freezers, dishwashers, microwaves, air conditioners,
hot-water heaters)
SECOND WEEK: HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS -
APRIL 13 THRU 17 (Televisions, radios, bedding, box springs, chairs, sofas, tables, toys)

THIRD WEEK:. SCRAP METAL -
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TAXPAYERS

The deadline, for paying 2008
property taxes without a delinquent
fee is March 31,, 2009. All mail
payments postmarked March 31,
2009 will be accepted without a
penalty.

Taxes paid after March 31,2009will
have an additional 3% penalty.

Taxes paid after April 30,,2009 will
have a 3% penalty and newspaper
advertising costs.

Office Hours
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. 4 p.m.

Telephone Numbers
(850) 638-6275 or (850) 638-6276

Helen McEntyre
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KMS third grade solar systems out of this world


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The third grade students of Mrs. Lively's class of
Kate Smith Elementary School created unique models of the
solar system to show their understanding of the planets.
Many different measures and means were used in the mak-
ing of these solar systems, such as lollypops, posters, Styro-
foam, a lamp and even a model thatlit up.
All were invited to view the students' creations during the
first week in March.,
"This was a family project that the students were to com-
plete to show that they understood about our.solar system,"
said Mrs. Lively. "They were really creative on how they came
up with their models."


Washingtn Count




Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
Zola Anderson, Office Manager
The News is published every Wednesday and Saturday by
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Chipley, FL 32428. Periodicals postage paid at Chipley,
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Chamber has

membership

banquet April 9

CHIPLEY The 2009
Chamber Annual Mem-
bership Banquet is sched-
uled for Thursday, April 9
at the Washington County
Ag Center in Chipley.
A punch reception will
start things off at 6 p.m.
with dinner at 7.
The Spanish Trail
Playhouse will provide en-
tertainment with "A Stroll
Down Broadway."
Tickets are $25 per
person. Make checks
payable to Washing-
ton County Chamber of
Commerce.
Those wanting to attend
should make reservations
early, as there are only a
limited number of tickets
available.
Call the Chamber at
638-4157 to make your
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Marianna
MARIANNA In order to
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Chipola College. business
instructor Lee Shook and
his student volunteers are
providing free tax prepa-
ration and free electronic
filing.
The free service, for in-
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30 minutes. For faster re-
funds, taxpayers are asked
to bring a personal check
which has routing informa-
tion needed for electronic
refunds.
To make an appointment
for free tax assistance, call
Lee Shook at (850) 718-
2368.


WRECK
from page 1

into the westbound lane in
front of a Mack 18-wheeler
towing a portable genera-
tor driven by Gary Betties
of Tarpon Springs. Betties'
vehicle struck the' rear of
the Envoy sending 'it ca-
reening back into the me-
dian, with both vehicles
coming to rest facing south.'
The rear of the Envoy was
destroyed
Firefighters from
Caryville, Westville and
Bonifay volunteer fire de-
partments were on the
scene, 'with Bonifay doing
an extraction of Croft from
her vehicle. She was trans-
ported to Doctors Memo-
rial Hospital in Bonifay by
Holmes County EMS for
treatment. No one else was
injured in the wreck
Washington. County
Sheriff's Office also re-
sponded.


FUEL from page 1

Garrison explained that
if the biodiesel weie to be-
come industrial and relied
on only 'one source, such
as soybeans, it would cause
for trouble in the future.
"If something- should
happen to that crop and it
was the only crop we would
find ourselves in the exact
same situation as we are in
now," he said. "Besides, I'm,
a heavy believer in recy-
cling what we already have
because it not only helps
the environment, it helps
the entire community."
He explained that if
used, organic oil could be
harnessed as a fuel source
then the massive amount
of fuel could be obtained
through large fast food
chains and community
members who have used
oil and donated.
"Even if a single family
could only bring in a gallon
of used oil' a week, it would
only take 60 families to have
almost 60 gallons ofuseable
fuel a week and I'm sure
there are more than that in
the City of Chipley who are
willing to donate their used
oil," said Garrisoh.
With this in mind, the
grant would allow high
school and tech center stu-
dents to conduct experi-
ments on school vehicles to
see if this method of alter-
native fuel will be help or a
.hindrance, Toro said.
Those also participating
were Tommy Smith, Direc-
tor of WHTC; Thomas Lee,
Ag teacher at CHS; Jerry


Corbin, government and
economics teacher at CHS;
Wayne Tharpe, horticul-
ture professor at WHTC;
Caren Prichard, chemis-
try and physics teacher
at CHS; and Linda Pforte,
State Farm agent from
Marianna.
More coverage at chi-
pleypaper.com


Gas leak leads


to detour


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypoper.cbm
CHIPLEY The portion
of road closed on State 277
due to a natural gas leak
was reopened Wednesday
evening.
"I have spoken with
Mr., Frank Acuff of FGT a
few minutes ago regard-
ing the road closure,"
said Washington County
Emergency Management
Coordinator Lynne Jor-
dan.
"He expects the new
pipe to be in by noon or a
little after today and, ex-
cluding any complications
or delays, anticipates the
road being open at some
point this evening."
Chipley Fire Chief,
Floyd Aycock, had noti-


Evaluations
concluded the
leak to be small
and there were
no evacuations.

fled EMA of a natural gas
leak on State 277 near
1973 Shiloh Lane.
Evaluations concluded
the leak to be small and
there were no evacua-
tions.
"Florida Gas Trans-
mission and its employ-
ees have worked diligent-
ly and tirelessly since the
onset of this event, coor-
dinating with all agencies
involved to resolve the sit-
uation quickly and safely,"
said Jordan.


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A gas leak led to detours near Shiloh Baptist Church,


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Kerry and Jettery tarnhardt '

Kerry and Jeffery Earnhardt sign

to drive for Rick Ware Racing


Seems like old times -
with a touch of the. future
thrown in.
Kerry and Jeffrey
Earnhardt have joined Rick
Ware Racing in the
NASCAR Nationwide
Series. Kerry will debut with
the, organization April 4 at
Texas Motor Speedway in
the No 31 Chevrolet. His son
Jeffrey, 19, is scheduled to
make his NASCAR
Nationwide .Series debut at
Dover International
Speedway May 30.
Kerry, son of the leg-
endary seven-time NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series champion
Dale Earnhardt, has 70 career
starts in the NASCAR
Nationwide Series and has


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Owner ,
Teresa Earnhardt
Joe Gibbs
Kevin Buckle
Detrich Mateschiltz
Chip Ganassi
Max Jones


three top fives and six top-10
finishes. He competed full-
time in the series in 2002,
I finishing 22nd in the stand-
ings. He last raced in the
series in 2008.
Jeffery has experience in
the NASCAR Camping
World Series East where he
was fifth in the standings as a
rookie in 2007 and finished
15th in the rankings last year.
Both father and son will
be paired with former
NASCAR champion crew
chief Paul Andrews until
they ,do battle at Atlanta
Motor Speedway this fall. At
that juncture, Clyde
McCloud will serve as crew
chief for the younger
Earnhardt.


On the


Bubble

Driver: David Gilliland
Owner: Kevin Buckle
Points: 356
Points out of 34th: 14
Points ahead of 36th: 21
Driver Points
John Andretti 397.
Joey Logano 370
David Gilliland 356
Scott Speed 335
Aric Almirola 335
Paul Menard 326


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By Bill Gamblin
sports@srpressgazettte.com

Kyle Busch and big
brother Kurt have seem to
be the duo to beat as they
have combined to win three
consecutvie races between
them..
Interestingly enough, a win by
Kyle this weekend in the Goody's
Fast Relief in Martinsville would put him in
some elite company.
The 23-year old driver stands a pretty good chance
of obliterating a'record held by Jeff Gordon for the
most wins by a driver before the age of 25.
Gordon holds the mark at 15, Busch on the other
hand h4 until May 2, 2010 to get two more wins and
make it a mark all his own.
If he ties Gordon this week he and big brother will
join Tim, Bob, and Fonty'Flock, along with Herb and
Donald Thomas.
The Flock trio won four in a row back in 1952,
which was the same year the Thomas' achieved the
same feat.
Tim and Fonty Flock won four in a row between
them in 1955.
Busch looks to be starting out strong in 2009 as he
did in his first year with Joe Gibbs Racing.
Now with two wins this season, Busch is looking to
keep the momentum going forward. I
"It was a good day for us," said Busch. "The
Snickers Toyota was really fast. We knew it was fast.
We knew it was going to be a good racecar coming
here from our performance last fall.
"We fine tuned on it a little bit here and there.
: We need to work on the qualifying package a little
bit."
Busch started the Food City 500 from the 19th
position, which almost put him on the backstretch
when it came to selecting pit positions.
Ultimately, it doesn't really matter where
you start here. You have to bide-your time, take
it easy when you have a car that's good. It was
a very satisfying day today. We had a great run
there. We really enjoyed it. So hopefully all
the Mars family is happy today. Bringing
home the Snickers brand to Victory Lane
was cool.
For the young Las Vegas native, he didn't suffer a miscue
in the pits, but did get the benefit of a late race caution to


Facts







2008 Pole Winner (mph)
Jimmie Johnson rain out
2008 Race Winner,(mph)
Jeff Burton 89.775
Track Qualifying Record
Ryan Newman- 128.709
m.p.h. (2003)
Track Race Record
Charlie Glotzbach 101.074
m.p.h. (1971)


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force a green-
white-check-
ered finish
to decide
the first
short track
race of the
season.
"It was
really nerve
racking," said
Busch's Crew Chief
Steve Addington. "We got
behind on that one pit stop
there and it made me a little
nervous.
"If you are out front you can
get going because it.takes a lot to
pass somebody. But we had a
good enough racecar to go up there
and pass Denny back for second
and get back by Jimmie
there and get the lead
back."
Busch's brashness in some-
thing some compare to Gordon
when he made his debut at
Atlanta in 1992, but it doesn't
bother the coach.
"Kyle does a great job around
the shop at different times com-
ing by, buying lunch, things like
that,"said car owner Joe Gibbs.
"I think our guys really appreci-
ate him. They appreciate the way
he races. I think he also realizes
we haie a very talented pit crew
there.
"'.'These guys are pretty dad
gum good."
Some are compairing Kyle to
Dale Earnhardt, but Addington
says that is not the case.
"Kyle is young and has a ton of
talent," said Addington. "That's it.
Kyle is not Dale Earnhardt, Sr. -
Kyle Busch is Kyle Busch.
"He, gets- along with his race
team. He takes care of his guys.
He does a lot for this race team
that you don't see."


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Driver
1. Jeff Gordon
2. Kurt Busch
3. Clint.Bowyer
4. Kyle Busch
5. ,Carl Edwards
6. Kasey lahne
7. Tony Stewart
8. Denny Hamlin
9. Jimmie Johnson
10. Matt Kenseth


Behind
Leader
-76
-79
-85
-129
-155
-161
-163
-167
-184


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After Scotts 300
Driver Behind
1. Carl Edwards Leader
2. Kevin Harvick -114
3. Kyle Busch -124
4. Brendan Gaughan -178
.5. David Ragan -197
6. Jason Leffler -202
7. Brian Vickers -223
8. Justin Allgaier -224
9. Kenny Wallace -253
10. Scott Lagasse, Jr. -267


After American Lines 200
Driver Behind
1. Kyle Busch Leader
2. Todd Bodine -25
3. Mike Skinner -119
4. Ron Hornaday -124
5. Chad McCumbee -134
6. Matt Crafton -137
7. Terry Cook -147
8. T.J. Bell -148
9. Timothy Peters -154
10. David Starr -176


After Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200
Driver Behind
1. James Buescher Leader
1. Justin Lofton Leader
3. Joey Logano -10
4. John Wes Townley -25
5. Ken Weaver -30
6. Ed Kennedy -35
7. Parker Kligerman -40
8. Tim George, Jr. -45
9. Darrell Basham -50
10. Norm Benning -55


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FlED that an action to fore- CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation MARGUERITE L. FIELD- Washington County Steel Building Pkg Mandolin, Violin, Flute. experiencee and/or train-
The Chipley City Council close a mortgage on the a Delaware corporation Plaintiff, ING, School Board reserves the 18x21 Door & Anchor Bolt Open Mon-Sat. Iing; or qu ,i ,
will conduct a REGULAR following property In Plaintiff, vs, Deceased. right to reject any and all Incl.' Reg $8,200 Now Covington Music. in,,on
MEETING regarding final Washington County, Flor- TAANA ANKY An Unmaed Person NOTE TO CREDITORS proposals or cancel the $4,845 +Code Adj. Other Downtown Chipley.
readingance of thefollowing or- da: An Unmarried Person Defendant. SUMMARY ADMINIS- project prior to execution Sizes Avail. Big & Small 850-638-5050. Must haveCurrentdriv-
dinance on Thursday, April I De Un- dd: Defendant. A on same Disc. ecend prp
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the City Hall Council SUNNY HILLS UNITO NOTICE OF ACTION TO ALL PERSONS HAV- As published in the Wash- w w w .scg-grp.co m WANTED: PIANOS, e-i ,, r ou,. c,.:
the City Hall Council SUNNY HILLS UNIT NOTICE OFACTION TO: ROCKELL BROWN ING CLAIMSL OR DE- ington County News Source# 134 Phone#: Hammond Organs, Gui- ic.,ere Musl corrply
Avenue, Chipley, Florida. Plat thereof, as record TATYANA POLANSKI, whose last known address MANDS AGAINST THE March 21 28, April 4, 850-391-0204 tars, Amps, Violins, I with background '..I
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through 54, oft Pu is 17"ESSINGTON LANE, LERVILLE, NJ 08081, if You are hereby notified 18x21 Door & Anchor Bolt Basses, Drms, BandoIn- ce
AN ORDINANCE NO. F91 through 54,rds of Wasthe Publicington PALM COAST, FL 32164, if alive, and if dead, their 'n- that an Order of Summary Incl. Reg $8,200 Now struments. '08rF Jadditional I
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signordinance with thead- 427 McKenzie Avenue, property described below, dress of which is do Mrs. 63.0212 32.2. I Tri-CountYCommunity I
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physical impairment LINDA HAYES COOK B. Son, MARSEL GARY or come by the office guarantees low, low, low' No high school students hour certification to work in
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(850) 638-6350, 48 hours CLERKWASHINGTON COUNTY and you are required to and you are required to Street, Panama City 1360 Brickyard Road, nature, Chipley. (Since ice @850-638-9677. 850-547-1444
prior to the hearing. FLORIDA C serve a copy of your writ- serve a copy of your writ- Beach, FL. 32413; Chipley, FL 32428. 1973) 850-638-4311
For further information per- By K. Mcaniel ten defenses, if any, to it ten defenses, if any, to it C. Daughter, MARLENE J. Records will be retained r -- '-.. ,
training to the proposed or- Dy Cier Timothy J. Sloan, Es- on Timothy J. Sloan, Es- FOGLE, 10265 Henry Mill for years at the "KEs
finance, contact Jim Mor- As quire, Plaintiff's Attorney, quire, Plaintiff's Attorney, Road, Fairburn, GA 30213; Northwest Florida "
ris, City Administrator. Sloan, Esq 427 McKenzie Avenue, 427 McKenzie Avenue, D. Stepdaughter, Family Health Clinic .32 --O 3 .
As published in the Wash- TimothyK Avenue Panama City, FL 32402 Panama City, FL 32402 CARLENE K. MANVILLE, located at 9 Mile Community Yard IThe N \\S Herald is looking for
ington County News Box 2327 and file the original with and file the original with 105 Bradley Road SW, Ea- 1360 Brickyard Road. Sale, April 4th, 7 a.m. until, I I
March2,2009. Panama City, Florida the Clerk of the above the Clerk of the above tonton,GA31024; 5milessouthofNewHope I independent Contractors to sell I
CTYOF CHIPLEY 32404-2327 styled Court no later than styled Court no later than E. Stapgranddaughter, & 8 miles north of West- a I t
CITY OF CHIPLEY 32404-2327 f t the ir lati o fh i B 1, 19-A Sundayne papers the ter
NOTICE OF PUBLIC As published in the Wash- 30 days from the date of 30 days'from the date of BARBARA L. VAUGHN, ville, FL, on Hwy 179-A Sundayne spapersater-,,
HEARING ington County News thefirst publication of this o this RO Box69Zebulon, GA 1436 Merry Acres Dr. o I sections of Hwy 79 and H\\. 90 I
March 21,28,2009 notice of action; otherwise notice of action; otherwise 30295. Wanted ful-hookupfor1 2iSaC :12
a default will be entered a default will be entered ALL INTERESTED PER- V on private property, inBoni andat theintrc-
The Chipley City Council IN THE CIRCUIT COURT against you for the relief against you for the relief SONS ARE NOTIFIED monthly around $250. E.irty ,ir r,,re rC.u.s I
will conduct a REGULAR OF THE FOURTEENTH demanded in the Com- demanded in the Con- THAT: monthly around $250. B ur u n tions ofH y 77 and H ; 90
MEETING regarding final JUDICIALCIRCUIT IN AND plaint filed herein. plaint filed herein. All creditors of the Dece- oth. Deaf; write G. Ste- rn, P Beiiox
Seading f the foSlwng o ^inlflhen, PO Box 937,s 1 Chipley.
reading of the following or- FOR WASHINGTON dent and persons having DeFuniak Springs, FLI'
dinanceonThursday,.Aprl COUNTY, FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and WITNESS my hand and claims or demands against 32435
9, 2009, at, 6:00 p.m., at CIVIAL COURT DIVISION the Seal of this Court, this the Seal of this Court, this the estate of the Decedent .
the City Hall Council CASE NO.: 67-08-CA-287 17 day of Feb., 2009. 17 day eb, 2009. other than those for whom I his s n ap-
Chambers, 1442 Jackson .......provision for full payment f. Cratlsman 30' Riding ;Iim tfl,' A unm l
Avenue, Chipley, Florida. THE. DELTONA LINDA HAYES COOK, LINDA HAYES COOK, was made'in the Order of .lawn. i .rr.o*e M.jrra; 22 proximately :00 A.M. unill
CORPORATION, CLERK OF THE COURT CLERKOF THE COURT Summary Administration puSh I ar, m, ov,' U,., "- oundS I
ORDINANCE NO. 892 a Delaware corporation WASHINGTON COUNTY, WASHINGTON COUNTY, must file, their claims with .Eeajler io.r, i iround- 12 P.M. I
AN ORDINANCE OF THE Plaintiff, FLORIDA FLORIDA "this Court WITHIN THE I.-38 82 58 This can be a Very lucrative op-.
CITY OF CHIPLEN FLOR vs. By K. McDaniel By K. McDaniel TIME PERIODS SET For Sale: 20 HP portnity for the right divd-
IDA, VACATING A POR- UNTONOHARRIS As Deputy Clerk As Deputy Clerk FORTH IN SECTIONrn. pfor the ght i-
TION. OF UNOPENED a Married Person 7i33.702 OF THE FLORIDA a ANIMALS ur".-n ,n"l-l. .'ir . .- Ia
RIGHT-OF-WAY ALSO Defendant. Timothy J. Sloan, Esq Timothy J. Sloan, Esq PROBATE CODE. .;,1 al s.
KNOWN AS 9TH STREET; NOTICE OF ACTION 427 McKenzie Avenue 427 McKenzie Avenue ALL CLAIMS AND DE- 2100- Pts p50 ali Stopb h s goat I
PROVIDING FOR CESSA- TO:LINTON HARRIS, RO.0ox2327 O. B22327 MANDS NOT SO FILED 2110-Pets:Freato 7. Stop'y Th Washingtpn C county I
TION OF OPERATIONAL whose last known address Panama City, Florida Panama City, Florida WILL BE FOREVER 2120-tS
AND MAINTENANCE RE- is 7730 KISMET STREET 32404-2327 32404-2327 BARRED. 2130- Farm Animals/ Chile o e Holmes Count I
SPONSIBILITIES; PROVID- MIRAMAR FL 33023, if As published in the As published in the NOTWITHSTANDING ANY Supplies 3300I Timesoice a 1 12 E. V irCinia O
ING FOR REVERSION OF alive, and if dead, their un- Washington County News Washington County News OTHER APPUCABLE TIME 2140- Pets/Livestock 3300
VACATED REAL PROP- known spouse, heirs, devi- March 21, 28, 2009. PERIOD, ANY CLAIM Wanted Been Wanting to Spruce i i I
ERTY TO ADJOINING sees, .grantees, creditors March 21, 28, 2009 FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR up in or around your I A e. in BoritaV to till out an
PROPERTY OWNERS; or other parties claiming IN THE CIRCUIT COURT v nome? ini nre .,,- -r
PROVIDING FOR COR- by, through, under or OF THE FOURTEENTH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT MORE AFTER THE
REACTION TO PUBLIC against them and all other JUDICIALCIRCUITINAND OF THE FOURTEENTH DECEDENT'S DATE OF 2100 ore E.perrcar a I application. ,
all other JUDICL CIRCUIT IN AND DEATH IS BARRED. fordable. Free Estimates. .,
RECORDS OF THE CITY; persons claiming any right, FOR WASHINGTON IThe date of the RCUITINANfirst publi- PekiSgnese 35BARREDyears experienced..
PROVIDING FOR FILING title or interest in the real OUN638336 FLORIDA 3,FO WASHINGTON The dat3, of the first publi- Pekingnese years experienced.Luher ore M-F
OF THE ORDINANCE property described below. CIVIL COURT DIVISION COUNTY, FLORIDA cation of this Notice is Puppies 850-849-2543. I. You ci call LIuer Moore '-F
WITH WASHINGTON CASE NO.: 6708-CA-292 CIVIL COURT DIVISION March 21,2009. CKC Health Certificate, 2 I
COUNTY CLERK OF CIR- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-NO.: 67-08-CA-29 Attorney for Person Giving sets shots Males Tracker Work Can do' t 85-547-944 for f er de
CUIT COURT; PROVIDING FIED that an action to fore- THELTONA CORPO- WAYNE G. BRAXTON (FL 0,8503267791 fron end loade work; tails.
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND close a mortgage on the CORPORATION, THE DELTONA CORPO- WAYNE G.#019121) BRAXTON $200.,850-326791 and mix leveling; pushing small
DECLARING AN EFFEC- following property in a DefBware corporation RATION, BAR#017.9121) Yorkle and Yorkle mix buhhging; disking dirt I
TIVE DATE. Washington County, Flor- Plaintiff, a Delaware corporation P.O. Box 564 breeders, for sale because trees; cut grass, not "
AdIVEptDATE. Washington, County, Florvs. Plaintiff, Chiley, FL32428-0564 of health problems. Make throats. e ..' .. C
will abandoption of thise publida: FREDERICK PALMER vs. 850-638-7268/Office offer, call between si and Two Kubota Front End NEW HFHERA.LD
willght-of-wayand/o r street Lot 20, Block 1005 of An Unmarried Person DOMINIC ROBINSON 850-638-7263/Fax eight p.m. 850-547-4048 Loaders. One Excavator. '
right-of-way and/or street Lot 20, Bck.1005, of details.too
known as 9th Street. SUNNY HILLS UNIT Defendant. A Married Person Person Giving Notice: for details. No job too small. I..
All citizens and interested TWELVE, according to the Personal Representative -- -
parties are encouraged to Plat thereof, as recorded in NOTICE OF ACTION
parties are encouraged to Platthereofok 2, at greordedin TO:FREDERICK PALMER, NOTICE OF ACTION As published in the Wash-
attend the public hearing lat Book 2, at Pages DOMINICROBINSON ington County N2110
and to provide written through 138, of the Public whose last knownaddress TO: DOMINICch 21,28,2009. Free Dog. Pit Bull & Lab
and/or verbal comments Records of Washington is6305 FLAGLERSTREET, whose last knownaddress March 21,28,2009. Free Dog. Pit Bull & Lab
on the matter under con- Count y, FRecord a. Was HOLLYWOOD, FL 33023, if is 651 CLEVELAND REQUEST FOR PRO- mix. ery friendly.
on the matter under conr- County, Florida alive, andifdead, their un- STREET, BROOKLYN, NY POSAL FOR CONSTRUC- 535-9670.
quisring a special accom- has been filed against you known spouse, heirs, devi- 11208, if alive, and if dead, TION MANAGEMENT Free to good home, Black
modation at this hearing and you are required to sees, grantees, creditors their unknown spouse, SERVICES FOR THE VER- Lab mixed, 6-7 months
because of disabilities or serve a copy of your writ- or other parties claiming heirs, devises, grantees, NON ELEMENTARY old, female. 850-547-4394
physical impairment ten defenses, if any, to it by, through, under or creditors or other parties SCHOOL ESE CLASS- ask for Donna. No calls af-
should contact the City at on Timothy J. Sloan, Es- against them and all other claiming by, through, un- ROOM RENOVATIONS ter 7:00 p.m. ,
- (850) 638-6350, 48 hours, quire, Plaintiff's Attomey, persons claiming any right, der or against them and all AND RESTROOM RE- Free to Good Home, One
prior to the hearing. 427. McKenzie Avenue, title or interest in the real other persons claiming MODEL full D s and o ne
Forfurtherinformationper- Panama City,' FL 32402 property described below. anyright, title or Interest in full Dachshund and one
t the real property described WASHINGTON COUNTY Dachshund mix. Call
finance, contact Jim Mor- the Clerk of the above YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- below. SCHOOL BOARD
ris, City Administrator. styled Court no later than FlED that an action to fore- Notice is hereby given that .-A ...
As published in the 30 days from the date of close a mortgage on the YOU AREHREEBY NOTI- the Washington County / C&C Bookkeeping and J p For Rent first in Chipley,
Washington County News the first publication of this following property in FlED that an action to tore- School .Board is seeking Ta S ervc.Opn5 day MnW
noticeofaction; otherwise Washington County, Flor- close a mortgage on the proposalsfro quaf S T SweekS mp rCa Hanyan Serces. MiniWarehouses; If you
March 28, 2009. ot will be entered ida: following property in construction management I H8 Decks porches mobile don't have the room, We
a da will be Washington County, Flor- services for the renovation (850)38-143home repairs, interior trim.(850)3-459, nor o f
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT against you fox the relief Call 809619or (850)638-4539, north of
OF THE FOURTEENTH demanded in the Con- Lot 14, Block 1098, of ida: of ESE classrooms and re- Cal 85096-8119r
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND plaint filed herein; SUNNY HILLS UNIT NINE- st room remodeling at the a 638-8899. Townsends.
FOR WASHINGTON TEEN; according to the Lot 2, Block 218, of Vernon Elementary Ask for James or John.
COUNTY FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and Plat thereof, as recorded in SUNNY HILLS UNIT TWO, School, 3665 Roche Ave- 1 -. ______ Mini Storage in Chipley.
CIVIL COURT DIVISION the Seal of this Court, this Plat Book 3, at Pages65 according to the Plat nue, Vernon, Florida. 3100-Antiques Headliners and Vinyl A sizes for rent. We
CASE NO,: 67-08-CA-284 17 day of Feb., 2009.. through 79, of the Public thereof, as recorded jn Plat Required construction 3110 -Appliances
Records of Washington Book 2, at Pages28 management services may 3120- Arts & Crafts Tops Mobile Unit. I do the (850)326-2399
~THE DELTONA CORPO~ LIDA HAY~E COOK. d.W S o3130 -Auctions work at your home or
THE DELTONA CORPO- LINDA HAYES COOK, County, Florida. through.37, of the Public include, but are not limited 3140- Baby Items workplace.Reasonable
RATION,Records of Washington to: solicitation and review 3150- Building Supplies rates on new vinyl tops
a Delaware corporation WASHINGTON COUNTY has been filed against you nstrtion s, uie
Plaintiff, FLORIDA and you are required to ministration of contracts, Equipmenta a ati e anr, p w-
serve a copy of your writ- has been filed against you submittal review, request 3170 -Collectibles estimates. Call anytime, ing, lawn care, patio & win-
ten defenses, if any, to it and you are required to for information submittals, 3180- Compuipra leave message (850) dow re-screening. great TractorWork&Bushhog-
on Timothy J. Sloan, Es- serve a copy of your writ- construction scheduling: 63Frsrewood going. $25 per hour, mini-
B C j f quire, Plaintiff's Attorney, ten defenses, if any, to it coordination of construc- 3210 Free Pass It On mum 4 hours and lawn
P -427 McKenzie Avenue, on Timothy J. Sloan, Es- tion work, daily logs, in- 3220- Furniture meintonenr e r.alli


'ANAMA jll' Y Panama City, FL 32402 quire, Plaintins Attorney, voice review, and other du- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales 850-638-1281.
SH ERA LD and file the original with427 McKenzie Avenue, ties required of a profes- 3240 G uns
the Clerk of the above Panama City, FL 32402 sional construction man- 3250 Good Things to Eat w
styled Court no later than and file the original with agementfirm: 3270- Healty/ itness JimS Barber
30 days.from the date of the Clerk of the above The project will be admin- 3280 Machinery/ Shop Light Truck/Tractor Work
the first publication of this styled Court no later than istered through the Wash- Equipment Linda Nye has joined Jim Top Soil, Mushroom Com-
I*nT fnif ay at thenotice of action; otherwise 30 days from the date of ington County School 3290 Medical Equipment
a default will be entered the first publication of this Board Facilities Depart- 3300 Miscellaneous at 603 Magee St. in post, Rock, Sand and Cy- B&M Mower Repair &
against you for the relief notice of action; otherwise ment. 3310 Musical Instruments Bonifay. 20 years exped- press Mulch. Pick up or Service. Quality work at a
demanded in the Con- a default will be entered Request- for proposal for 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ ence cutting Mens delivered Call: 773-3349 or fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
demanded in the Com- a default will be entered Requestt for proposal for Supplies Womens and Childrens 850-570-3776. ery Available. Bill or Mary
e i I plaint filed herein, against you for the relief construction management 3330- Restaurant/Hotel hair. Sunday, Wednesday (850)638-4492
demanded in the Com- services for the renovation 3340 Sporting Goods ursdays. Haircuts $7
112 .Vi na AvWITNESS my hand and plaint filed herein, of ESE classrooms and re- 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) &$8 Thursdays. Haircts $7Sale on the farm,
the Seal of this Court, this stroom remodeling at the & $8 5479390 Sod For Sale on he farm, Sewing Machine and Vac-
17 day of Feb., 2009. WITNESS my hand and Vernon Elementary School delivered or installed. Cen- uum Cleaner Repair, guar
the Seal of this Court, this will be received by the 3100 West Floriedeand419 Bermuda anteed service on all
LINDA HAYES COOK, 17 day of Feb., 2009. Washington County est F t makes and models. Free
CLERK OF THE COURT School Board, 652 Third Wanted To Buy antiques, 850) 415 0385 ; estimates. Western Auto,
WASHINGTON COUNTY, LINDA HAYES COOK, Street, Chipley, Florida collectibles, gold, silver, (850)638-4860. Estab- 216 N. Waukesha, Bonifay.
FLORIDACLERKOFTHE COURT 32428, until 2:00 p.m. on dinnerware, collections, listed 1980 47-3910
By K. McDaniel WASHINGTON COUNTY, Monday the 13th of April, paintings, call Al Schmidt
lBy K. McDaniel FLORIDA 2009. 3850-638-7304
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8 e Saturday, March 28, 2009 0 Washington County News


1100 6100 6170
Executive Office Space Bonlfay Hwy 2 rental.
Caregiver for rent downtown Chipley. 2BR/1BA Sgle Wide
Caregiver position open at 638-1918 772/340-4220
Holmes Creek ALF in Ver- For Rent 3BR/2BA dou-
non. Must be dependable. blewide. ih Bonifay. No
Duties include cooking, 65 6110 Pets, cell# 850-373-8938
cleaning and assisting res- II BEST RATES IN For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom
idents with other daily liv- BONIFAY II mobile homes in Bonifay.
Ing 'requirements. Work 602 S. Weeks St. Effi- Call 850-547-3462
schedule is Thursday thru clency, 1 bdrm and 2 For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom
Saturday, lpm to 9pm, bdrm, $350- $470/month mobile homes in Ponce de
until 6pm. One week paid City uti. & pest control Leon, near schools. Rea-
vacation and after one incl. New Owners, newly sonable rent 850-849-5068
year and paid sick days remodeled Call: or850-535-2680.
available. Background (850)57-7732 For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mo-
check required. Please call 1BR Apartment in Chip- bile Home $300. month,
850-260-1871 ley. Good location. No plus $300:, deposit, no
pets. 638-4640. pets. Call 850-547-2043.
2BR/1'ABA two-story Apt Leave message.
Drivers for rent. No pets. 638-1918 For Rent: 2BR/2BA mobile
I or 850-258-5521. home, north of Westville
I DRIVERS WANTED I For Rent: Bright2BR/2BA on Hwy. 179-A. No pets
TrliCounty CommunI tI screened porch apart- Phone 850-956-1220 or
Council, Inc., ment. Non Smoker, 1 850-956-2470
I is accepting small pet, references For Rent: 3BR/2BA mobile
I' applications for the 850-547-3494 or home, central heat and air.
Holmes County i 850-532-2177 Bonifay 850-547-5628
Transportation Program.
I Great Benefit Package. I LARGE 3BR/1BA over 960 For Rent: Vernon, 2BR
I REQUIREMENTS. Must I sq. ft. $650, S/D $400. Mobile Home, work shop,
De 23 years of age and -Downtown Chipley, con- private drive, & pond for
I Drn.er'r License wih ra cludes stove, refrigerator, or 850-535-2680
I least years.driving city water, sewer, garbage. Like Nw 16x80 3BR, 2
experience without Sorry no pets or HUD. full baths on Brickyard Rd.
violations. Must agree 850-638 -3306.no pets. Day,
Ito annual physin l ana I 638-4630; Night, 638-1434.
DUTIES Transpon, g.E Mobile Home for rent;
riders nsoa to 6140 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and
I pre-delermineo I 1BR House. Appliances, lawn service furnished. 3
Iscredule Use twCo-ay I water, sewer, garbage fur- miles east of Vernon on Pi-
radio Must be able to nished. Suitable for mature oneer Rd. 850-638-9933 or
secure heelcairs (Will adult. No pets. 325-233-9224, or
I raini: be a team player I $500/month, $300/deposit. 850-638-7315.
I a es--Ing otner drners 8I 50-326-2920, 1219 Mobile Homes for rent in
when needed; enjoy Woodrow Ave. Cottondale on Sapp Road,
.workingwith elderly, 2BR cabin 1BA, no pets. 8 miles east of Chipley. 3
diaued and olner $400 month, 1st, and last br, 2 ba, and,2br, 2 ba,
riders m month. Deposit required. available. Total electric.
Applicationsrr may be o- (850)-326-2412. 8 miles (850)258-4868 or 209-8847
tained at any ol the South Bonifay www.charloscountryliv-
S.Tri-countyCommunity. income
Council Inrc.. ffces'and I 2BR/1BA House for rent. ing-com
suMrnc d b3 y Monday Hwy 77 South, 3 miles off Mobile Homes for rent.
March 3art 4ed Mo Houston Rd. Call 638-1858 Single. & Doublewide.
For information call I for info. Water & sewage included.
638-2999.
I Sharon Keni, I 2BR/2BA House for rent in
i Admiritlrative Manager I Chipley. Two story with Nice 2BR MH. CH/A, utility
(850) 547-3689 basement on Blue Lake: 6 room, covered porches.
I Successful applicant wll I Acres land. Rents for Smoke free environment.
De suojecl to 1 $1000 per month with In; secure setting. $500
w re-rmplymerili drug 1 $1000 security deposit, month. 535-9672.
I lest Ready for immediate occu- Very clean 2BR MH, 2
.. Onl qualified I pancy. Progressive Realty, pretty acres, Wausau.
+ applicants will Oe I 638-8220. Gated, private, looks
.i, cornsldered .i 3BR/1BA Home. $725 per great! $450/mo, dep $500..
4 I EQUAL OPPORTUNITY- month with $700 deposit. 814,8444.
I EMPLOYER AND DRUG Needs 1 year lease. 808 E
SF 5th Street 850-763-2281.
AND SMOKE FREE _
WORKPLACE. 3BR/2BA Large Country
S ------ home in Afford. $650
month. 3BR/1BA in the
City of Cottondale. $500
General month. Deposit & refer-
Sc ence required.
Experience cook, wait 850-579-4317. ATE FRA'
staff & dishwasher needed.
Apply at Michelle's Diner, 3-4BR House in Chipley. 7100- Homes
Vernon. Great location. $625 7110- Beach Home/
month. Call 638-8360. Property
7120 Commercial
3BR/2BA House for rent. 7130- Condl/Townhouse
Healthcare No pets. Application 7140 Farms & Ranches
needed. Call 638-1918. 7150 -. Lots and Acreage
-_ 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
Signature HealthCare For Rent: 3BR/2BA, brick 7170 Waterfront
i of North Florida home, $675. per month. 7180 Investment
now hiringfoProperty
now hiring for Call 850-547-3542 7190 Out-of-Town
CNNs, 7A-7P and Real Estate
7P-7A (weekends) New Home in Chipley for 7200Tmeshare
Sent, 2 br, 2 ba 1271 Holley 720 Tmeshare
Also have an opening Ave. Call 850-535-0711 or
for ar RN Supervisor 850-258-6018.
(weekends). 7 7100
Pay is up. to $30 per Publisher's 2.5 acres, 2002, 4BR/2BA,
hour. Notice doublewide, 1800 Sq/Ft,
Contact totally renovated? paved
.Signature HealthCare All rea estate advertising in road, frontage, 1 mile from
of North Florida this newspaper is subject to Bonifay and 1-10. $79,900.
1083 Sanders Avenue, the Fair Housing Act which 850-956-2642
Graceville, FL. 32440, makes it illegal to advertise 3BR/1BA Home for sale
Phone; 850-263-4447. "any preference, limitation
or discrimination based on on 5 lots in the Chipley
race, color, religion, sex, City limits. Will divide lots.
handicap, familial status or 808 5th Street.
JERKINS Inc. is taking ap- national origin, or an inten- 850-763-2281.
applications for CDL drivers tion, to make any such pref- Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA like
pications for CDL drivers, erence, limitation or dis- Cipley, 2/3BR, 2BAlike
come by Bonifay office to crimination" Familial status brand new, beautiful lot
pick up applications, includes children under the w/pond on 3 acres. Only
850-547-3651 age of 18 living with parents 45 mins. to Panama City
or legal custodians, preg- Beach. Owner may finance
nant women and people se- or give $10,000 cash back.
curing custody of children $139,900. OBO. Lowered
Local Title Company under 18. 50K. (314) 346-3303.
seeking Experienced
Real Estate Title Re- This newspaper will not For Sale. 3BR/2BA Home.
searcher. Fax resume knowingly accept any ad- Large lot, in Chipley City
to 850-547-9597 or call vertising for real estate limits. $62,000. Call Kevin
to 850-547-9597 or call which is in violation of the
850-547-2025 for more law. Our readers are hereby @ 850-251-6550. Will
info. informed that all dwellings show by appt. only.
advertised in this newspa-
per are available on a equal
opportunity basis. To com-
Single father looking for plain of discrimination call 7120
Live-In Nanny 1 school HUD toll-free at r---i-i-----
age child. Must be 1-800-669-9777. tr,- Commercial Building
NON-SMOKER and toll-free number for r. in Cnipley Lounge wI
NON-DRINKER. Must have hearing impaired I beer license Was I
references. Call to set 1-800-927-9275. Barber Shop Effic off
references. Call to set up he bck DlOck from
interview 850-547-1001 Hy 90 Walk to Hrym
1H, 1 ,6000W 1
e mrTS A J. Realty & Relerrals
_8 850-638-3514.


I Q170 7150
Other GaineR Rd. O, n 0 7 0 an
Mystery Shoppers, get 850-638640. miles south of I-, Hwy.
establishments need un- 2BR/1'/BA Large Traitor 279, on Shull Rd. $35,000.
derercover clients to judge .furnished. Out side city 850-849-5280 Anytime
quality customer service, limits. Smoke free environ- Nop 5 acres & One 10 ac-
Earn.up to $150. .a day. ment. No pets. $450 res on Buddy Rd. One 10
Call(888)-523-1013. month plus deposit. acres & One 13 acres on
638-1272. Gainer Rd. Owner financ-
2BR/2BA Mobile Home i"g For more info call Mil-
------.. for rent. No pets. $425 a ton Peel @ 850-638-1858.
/ \ month plus deposit
'IjLij 547-4232 or 527-4911.
2BR/2BA $550/month. ' 7160
Mile from Chipley McDon- 2BR/2BA mobile home on
aids. Ist and last month's 100x100 city lot. 24x30
rent plus security deposit, workshop, totally inclosed.
Smoke free environment. 3 blocks from Bonifay Mid-
"ATE REf |No pets. Reference re- die school. $47,300.00,
6100- Business/ quired. Call 638-4857. Call 850-373-8946
Commercial 2BR/2BA 16' Wide on Doublewide on 7 acres.
6110-Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals large lot in country in 4BR/2BA. 2000 plus sq.ft.
0130- Condo/Townhouse Washington County. New 3835 Wilderness Rd., Ver-
6140- House Rentals Hope area. $500 a month, non. $129K. May take
6150- -Roommate Wanted $300 deposit, trade in. 850-763-2450.
6160- RoomsforRenl 850-918-7876 or 535-0665.
6170 Mobile Home/Lot.
6180-Out-of-Town Rentals 3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile from .
6190 -Timeshare Rentals Bonifay Elem School. On
6200 Vacatlon Rentals Hwy 177A, entrance to
mobile home park. Call
547-3746.
3BR/2BA, All electric.
6100 Stove, refrigerator, W/D
hookup. No pets. $475 RECEATiONAL


Office space for lease, month, $475 deposit. '= ...
08100-Antique & Collecibles
1240 S Blvd (Corner of 638-0560 or 850-774-3034. 8110- Cars
S. Blvd/7th St), Chipley, Bonifay quiet mobile 8120-Sports uilily Vehicles
$75.0/mo, 1000 sq ft., 3 home park; 2) 3BR/2BA, 8140 Vans
offices, 1 reception, 1 $585.00 month. 2BR/2BA 8150-Commercial
bath, kitchen, parking $450.00 and large 5th 8160- Motorcycles
lot, hardwood firs. wheel $275.00 month. 8170 Auto Parts
407-616-6890 850-699-3599 & Accessories
I--- -- -- ---- ---- 8210- Boats
Circle J Mobile Home 8220 Personal Watercraft
Park in Chipley, 921 N 2nd 8230 Sailboals
Office Space for rent In St.; & Graceville 5262 8240 Bat & Marine
Dunn Building, 3 private Alabama St. 2&3 /BR units 8310 Alrcrafl/AvIaton
offices, carpet, heat/air, for rent, starting @ $350 8320 ATV/01t Road Vehicles
2nd floor, privacy. $350. per month. For info call 8330 Campers & Trailers
Call Dutch 850-579-2821. 850-260-3026 8340 Motorhomes


1998 Ford Escort '2
door, green color, euri.,o i
cool air. Good Co-.hli:,.r,
$3,000.00 ,I
850-547-2017
2002 Hyundai Sonata
Warranty, -full pov.er re.
mote alarm, cruse, A.1M FMP
CD, V6, auto. Blue.
Replaced transmis,:.,- :.
timing belt. $6,500. Ti-rfr,,:
buyl. 850-638-8652


I 8,160
2005 Honda Road SIreet
Shadow Spirit Motcoi:.u,:lt
$5,000. Can been r...-r, .ai
Community South .'ie.Idi
Union, 1044 Hwy 901 E
Chipley, Fl.
FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuk,
GSX R-1000. After mTrti
paint job. Minor scrai.,:r.y;.
Mileage, 12,900. Pr,,:e
$5,500.
2007 Artlc Cat 7C0, EFI
Snorkeled with ',,i61113
axles. 27" wheels vlir, g,
tor tires, After Taraiei
clutch kit. Radiator r,,- .j.,j
Price, $5,500. iCall
(850)258-0096 for rrn,,:.r
info.


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Lhurs Open
Fisherman Boat
34' 1983
TWln 8.2 Detroit Die.
sels, Fly Bridge Oul
Riggers, Diesel Gn-,,-ra
tor (new), full :it-ir,
Galley, Trim Tabs Ban
Station, Platform .,mr.
ladder, Bottom arn
Zinc's good. Rruns
Good! Will Trade A-i.
ing $39,000 OECO "i
Panama City Marin.)a iip
603. Call 850-87- .93ii
or 850-258-0996
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AUCTIONS

AUCTION! 882 Acres
HUNTSVILLE (ALABAMA)
CITY LIMITS. Saturday April
11: Just North of 1-565.
Sewer available. Adjacent to
Megasite. Garner Auctions,
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Ken Garner ALSL 1002, 877-
914-SOLD.


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9275

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HOMES FOR RENT


3Br 2Ba Foreclosure! $10,500!
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