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Project Challenge 4-H shows selling spirit

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SATURDAY, APRIL 11,2009 1 Section, 8 Pages w ww.chiple paper. comm Volume 85 Number 102 50(

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breaking news, visit


Vernon tops in
Vernon High
School won the war
of the 'bots Thursday
at old Marianna High.
School in the annual
Robotics competition
sponsored by Chipola
Regional Workforce.
There were 23 teams
in all and the final
match came down '
to Bethlehem's
"Rednetix" versus
Vernon High
School's "No Name
Necessary" The
Vernon' team took
top honors over
Bethlehem, with
Marianna third.

More coverage
online under
photo galleries, at
chipleypaper.com and
in Wednesday's paper.

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Sunny Hills fire department meeting held

Managing Editor

SUNNY HILLS The ongoing controversy over
the Sunny Hills Volunteer Fire Department
took another turn with a meeting between
county officials and the chairman of the board
of the SHVFD.
County Administrator Pete Herbert, County
Public Safety Director Roger Dale Hagan and
County Attorney Gerald Holley met with Board
Chairman Earl Stewart Tuesday afternoon.
"We asked a lot of questions," Herbert said
Thursday. "Many questions."

Several questions involved the certifica-
tion of Fire Chief Glen Zanetic, an issue that
has been subject of controversy. Herbert said
that Stewart told him that Zanetic was hired
as an administrator, "and was not paid to fight
Hagan said that it was determined that
Zanetic took the 160-hour course in 2006 and&
taken the additional 30-hours course.' However,
Zanetic would have had to take the 160-course
prior tO 2004 to be exempt from taking the Fire-
fighter 1 examination.
Zanetic will have to either take the exam or
request an exemption from the state fire mar-
shal and get an exemption number before he

Chamber celebration

TOP: Kevin Russell as 'Emcee' leads
the ladies of "cabaret' as part of the
presentation 'A Stroll Down Broadway'
that was entertainment at the Annual
Washington County Chamber of
Commerce banquet Thursday night. "A
Stroll Down Broadway" will take the stage
April 17-19 and 24-26..Show times will
be Friday and Saturday performances
at 7 p.m. and Sunday performances at
*2 p.m. Tickets are $15 and are on sale
at the Washington County Chamber of
Commerce, 672 5th Street. For more
information or to become a member or.
sponsor, call Kevin Russell at (850) 260-
BOTTOM: Right, Administrator Will Blank
of the Washington Rehabilitation and
Nursing Center accepts the Business of
the Year Award from Washington County
Chamber of Commerce Executive Director
Ted Everett. The award was presented
Thursday night at the annual Chamber
banquet at the Washington County Ag
Center. More photos on Page 4.


could fight fires. Until then, all Zanetic could
do is administer the fire department, Hagan
Herbert and Hagan also said that Stewart
gave them a list of several new firefighters to
replace the nine members fired by certified let-
ter as of April 4. Hagan said that rosters must
be turned in to the state fire marshal annually,
with the state checking on certifications.
The nine fired firefighters had voted the fire
department board out of office on April 5 ac-
cording to what they interpreted their bylaws
to allow, but they had been fired the day before.
Spokesman Al Gothard said the letters started

City halts



Staff Writer
CHIPLEY Chipley City
Council decided to halt
the purchase of the San-
garee property because it
was brought to the Coun-
cil's attention that .there
was reasonable doubt
as to whether or not the
land had been reported
clear of contaminants.
The decision ,was made-
during Council's regu-
larly scheduled meeting
Thursday. -
The purchasing of the
property at the corner of
Main Street and Jackson
Avenue was to expand
municipal parking, but
the purchase is suspend-
ed until further investiga-
Council approved of
the Final Readings of Or-
dinances No. 891 and 892.
Ordinance No. 891 is
regarding an addition
of an ordinance to auto-
matic signage where the
City is "to 'hold the in-
staller and owner liable
for unauthorized access,"
which ,are the electric
road signs designed to
convey messages on road
construction, etc.
Road signs were in
danger of being "hacked
into" and their mes-
sages rewritten to mes-
sages such as "Zombies
Ahead", "Caution: Giant
Man-eating Possum,"
and some with profanity.
Ordinance- No. 892 is
regarding the "abandon-
ment of public right-of-
way and/or the street
knownas Ninth Street."
Council approved of
awarding Bowers Con-
struction the FRDAP
Council also approved
of paying Chipley Rede-
velopment Agency an
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Saturday, April 11, 2009

Project Challenge 4-H

Club shows spirit with Brax Cup sale

Project Challenge 4-H Club, re-
cently held a fundraiser for their
club. Students sold sets of Brax
Spirit Cups, exclusive NFL, MLB
and Collegiate licensed products
to earn money for their club.
The following students for sell-
ing 20 plus sets of cups: Abby Sapp
and Austin Sapp sold 33 sets, each;
Austin Berry sold 28 sets; Katie
Burdeshaw, 26 sets; Ciara McEn-
tyre, 25 sets; Caitlin Hogue, and
Whit Pettis sold 21 sets each; and
Hunter Harden sold 20 sets.
Due to the popularity of the
Brax Spirit Cups, the club is plac-
ing another order the end of April.

If you would like to purchase one
or more sets, contact a member of
Project Challenge 4-H Club or club
leader Jennifer Sapp at 415-5001 or
MSBU meeting rescheduled
The Sunny Hills Municipal Ser-
vices Benefits Unit (MSBU) meet-
ing scheduled for April 14 had to be
canceled. The meeting has been re-
scheduled for April 28 at 6:30 pm in
the BOCC meeting room at the coun-
ty annex building on South Blvd. The
agenda will cover MSBU member-
ship and the MSBU budget.

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Kiwanis hear Easter message

CHIPLEY The Spiritual
Aims Committee orga-
nized the program for the
weekly Kiwanis luncheon
on Tuesday, April 7 in rec-
ognition of the upcoming
events surrounding Good
Friday and Easter Sunday.
Before the main program,
LaMerle Feitsma, Chair
of the Community Service
Committee presented a
check to the Rev. Alcus
Brock for the Love In Ac-
tion Ministries that assists
people in financial stress.
Gerald Holley Of the
Spiritual Aims Commit-
tee introduced Ellis Wim-
berly who sang an Easter-
themed hymn, accompa-
nied on keyboard by Doug
Rev. Price Wilson of the
Spiritual Aims Committee
spoke about the impor-
tance of Good Friday and
Easter Sunday and con-
cluded with the introduc-
tion of the main speaker,
the Rev. Jerry May, Pastor
of the First United Meth-
odist Church of Chipley.
Rev. May noted that the
Washington County Minis-
terial Association had or-
ganized an exchange pro-
gram during Easter week
with pastors speaking at
various churches regard-
less of normal religious
affiliation to promote a

LaMerle Feitsma, Chair of the Community Service Committee presented a ch
to the Rev. Alcus Brock for the Love In Action Ministries that assists people in

financial stress.
broader understanding
among the different faiths
in our community.
Rev. May focused his
inspirational remarks

on the importance of the
resurrection of Christ to
the fundamental beliefs
of many religions, and the
historical fact that events

that shape lives in
years are often not
newsworthy at the
they occur.
Citing examples

S more recent times, Rev.
May asked the Kiwanians
to recall their memory
of changes in laws about
10 years ago that set the
stage for the current finan-
cial and economic crisis,
and the audience could
not pinpoint the exact
sequence, of events. The
point of the illustration was
that while we all can recall
general trends and some
specific events, few people
in recorded history have
been able to take a current
event and accurately pre-
dict future consequences.
Historical facts cannot be
regarded as being 100 per-
cent accurate and even the
court system is based upon
a preponderance of the evi-
dence beyond a reasonable
doubt leading to the truth.
Rev. May also pointed
out that faith can be a lot
like taking a risk when hir-
ing a person for a job; you
can check all the refer-
ences, test their skills, and
evaluate their personality,
PHOTO but until you accept the
eck risk and make the person-
al commitment to put the
person on the job, you don't
know for sure if they can
later perform. Religious faith
even also takes acceptance of
time risk with a personal com-
mitment to fundamental
S of beliefs, and Easter is about

accepting credible facts
and substantial historical
evidence that something
very special occurred over
2,000 years ago as a basis
for a personal commit-
ment to a set of beliefs.
For those who make the
commitment to a religious
faith, the impact on their
daily lives can be signifi-
cant and the rewards be-
yond any anticipation. In
conclusion, Rev. May chal-
lenged each person to re-
flect upon the significance
world-wide of the next few
days, and ended his pre-
sentation with a prayer.
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been providing
support to youth oriented
events and programs for
68 years and last year sup-
ported 36 organizations
and events throughout the
county. Next on the fund
raising schedule are the
Annual Golf Tournament
and the Kiwanis Dinner
The club meets Tues-
days at Pattillo's Restau-
rant in the center court-
yard of Washington-Hdl-
mes County' Technical
Center (WHTC) at noon.
For an invitation to lunch,
contact any Kiwanian
or call Elaine Chadwell,
Membership Chairperson,
at 258-3142.

The Planning & Zoning Commission of the City
of Chipley, Florida, will conduct a public hearing
at Chipley City Hall Council Chambers, 1442
Jackson Avenue, on Thursday, April 23, 2009 at
9:00 a.m. The purpose of this hearing is to review
and consider a development order. The purpose
is to allow the construction of a new medical
building on a 1.58 acres vacant lot; located at
approximately .20 miles west of the intersection
of Brickyard Road and Highway 77. The lot will
consist substantially of a new 9,360 square ft.
medical facility, parking lot and landscaped ar-
eas. Petitioner: Panhandle Family Medicine, PA.
Short Legal Description: SEC 9, TWN 4, RNG
13, Washington County, Florida. PC Number:
The subject property is more specifically desig-
nated in the map reflected herein: :


All citizens and interested parties are encouraged
to attend the public hearing. Any inquiries regard-
ing the public hearing or any person requiring spe-
cial accommodations due to disability or physical
impairment, including speech or hearing impair-
m.ents, should contact the city administrator's of-
fice at (850) 638-6350 at least three (3) business
days prior to the hearing.
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Jackson Avenue, on Thursday, April 23, 2009 at
9:00 a.m.. The purpose of this hearing is to review
and consider a development order. The purpose
is to allow the existing land and building now
located at 1458 Main Street, Chipley, Florida.
Petitioner: Lisa Jones of Chipley, Florida. Short
Legal Description: SEC 9, TWN 4, RNG 13,
Washington County, Florida. PC Number: 00-

The subject property is more specifically desig-
nated in the map reflected herein:
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All citizens and interested parties are encour-
aged to attend the public hearing. Any inquiries
regarding the public hearing or any person requir-
ing special accommodations due to disability or
physical impairment, including speech or hearing
impairments, should contact the city administra-
tor's office at (850) 638-6350 at least three (3)
business days prior to the hearing.

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of Chipley, Florida, will conduct a public hear-
ing at Chipley City Hall Council Chambers, 1442
Jackson Avenue, on Thursday, April 23, 2009 at
9:00 a.m. The purpose of this hearing is to review
and consider a development order. The purpose is
to allow the construction of a 3203 sq. ft. Medical
Eye Center to be constructed on a out parcel of
the Washington Square Shopping Center located
off of Highway 77 and is located as part.of PC#
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Eye Center of Chipley. Short Legal Description:
SEC 9, TWN 4, RNG 13, Washington County,

The subject property is more specifically desig-
nated in the map reflected herein:

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All citizens and interested parties are encour-
aged to attend the public hearing. Any inquiries
regarding the public hearing or any person requir-
ing special accommodations 'due to disability or
physical impairment, including speech or hearing
impairments, should contact the city administra-
tor's office at (850) 638-6350 at least three (3)
business days prior to the hearing.

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TOP PHOTO: Judy and David Solger were honored as Chamber
Volunteers of the Year. They are joined by Board Member Paula
Waller, Executive Director Ted Everett and President Kelly Brock.
RIGHT PHOTO: Chamber President Kelly Brock presents. Kim
Wilson with the outgoing president's award.

FIRE from page 1

arriving April 7.
Herbert said there were
other matters discussed at
the meeting with Stewart,
*Bounced checks by
Zanetic, that Stewart said
were result of confusion
when the County depos-
ited fire department funds
and caused the checks to
*Loans to Zanetic re-
portedly involved him pur-
chasing items for the fire
department with his own
*Henceforth Fire De-
partment Board Treasurer
Ron Jones would sign off
on all purchases.'
*Herbert and other of-
ficials recommended that
the fire department board
have an attorney review
the bylaws and get back
with Holley.
Herbert said the County
is reviewing the contract
with SHVFD under which
the County provides equip-
ment and funding, and the
department provides fire
service under state law
and state certification. "We
want to make sure that they
have certified firefighters
and are an active fire de-
partment that can provide
fire service," Herbert said.

CHIPLEY from page 1

CECILIA SPEARS [Washington County News
May6r Linda Cain proclaimed that the week of
May 3 through May 9 as Municipal Clerks Week,
extending appreciation to Municipal Clerk, Patrice
Yates during their regularly scheduled meeting the
evening of April 9.

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., 1364 N. Railroad Avenue,
Chipley, FL 32428. Periodicals postage paid at Chipley,
Florida. Copyright 2009, Florida Freedom Newspapers,
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Can't enough of the
insightful commentary
by Michael Reagan,
Bill Steigerwald, Tom
Purcelle and others? You
can find
them all at

extra $200 a month for ex-
It was stressed that the
account the money is be-
ing pulled from is a joint
account with both the city
and county, however, per-
mission had to be granted
from the city since they are
in charge of the account.
All members except
Council Member Tommy
McDonald approved.
. Council approved of
PBS&J as the Engineering
Firm for studies required
for sewer on Brickyard
..Council approved of al-
lowing the police chief to
purchase the department
a new vehicle using money
gained from drug confis-
cations, since the vehicle
will be used for anti-drug
related projects.
The Employee of the
Quarter was awarded to
Ashley Church.
Mayor Linda Cain pro-
claimed that the week
of May 3-9 as Municipal
Clerks Week.
"The Office of the Mu-
nicipal Clerk is a time
honored and vital part of
local government existing
throughout the world and
is the oldest among pub-
lic servants," said Cain.
"Municipal Clerks have
pledged to be ever mindful
of their neutrality and im-
partiality, rendering ser-
vice to all."
She continued by say-
ing that Municipal Clerks
"continually striving to
improve the administra-
tion of the affairs of the Of-
fice of the Municipal Clerk
through participation in
education programs, sem-
inars, workshops and the
annual meeting of their

CECILIA SPEARS I Washington County News
Mayor Linda Cain awarded The Employee of the Quarter honor to Ashley
Church during their regularly scheduled meeting the evening of April 9.

Council approved ofPBS8J as the
Engineering Firm for studies
requiredfor sewer on
Brickyard Road.

,state, province, country
and international profes-
sional organizations."
"It is most appropri-
ate that we recognize the

accomplishments of the
Office of the Municipal
Clerk," she said. "And fur-
ther extend appreciation
to our Municipal Clerk,

Patrice Yates and to all
municipal clerks for the vi-
tal services they perform
and their exemplary dedi-
cation to the communities
they represent."
The next scheduled
workshop is for May 7 and
the next regularly sched-
uled council meeting is
scheduled for May 14.
For more information
contact City Hall at 638-


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Easter services and egg hunts

CHIPLEY The Chipley
Ministerial Association's
Easter Sunrise service will
be hosted by Blue Lake
Baptist Church, just south
of Chipley on Sunday, April
12, at 6:30 a.m.
The Rev. Nathan Her-
rmann will deliver the
message and Country
Oaks Mission Church will
provide special music.
Blue Lake Baptist Men
will serve a free country
An offering will be col-
lected to support the Chi-
pley Ministerial Associa-
tiqn's Transient Ministry.
Take your lawn chair and
enjoy the Easter Sunrise
service. For more informa-
tion on the service contact
the Blue Lake church of-
fice at 638-1034.

Easter egg hunt and
sunrise service
Baptist Church will have
an Easter Egg Hunt at the
church on Saturday April
11 from 10 a.m. noon. The
church is at 6758 Hwy 77.
On Sunday, April 12,
Sand Hills Baptist will hold
Sunrise service at Leisure
Lakes Pavilion at 6:30 a.m.
A covered dish supper will
be served afterwards.
Call Pastor Keith Gann
at 773-8900 for more details
on these events.

Ministry needs
house manager
I AM Inn Ministryis in
need of a volunteer house'
manager to help women
in transition. The position
is for five days and. nights
with room and board pro-
vided. Responsibilities in-
clude supervising residen-
tial facility, mentoring resi-
dents and provide oppor-
tunity for spiritual growth.
For more information or to
apply call Gretchen Tin-
dell at 547-3537 or 260-2087;
Becky Huskey at 535-4824
or 726-6056.

Holy Week Services
at St. Luke's
Church of Vernon will hold
Holy Week services. On
Saturday, April 11 start-
ing at 7 p.m. Minister Mil-
ton Brown will deliver the
message. Refreshments
willbe served.
Sunday, April 12, Sun-
rise service starts at 6 a.m.
Breakfast will be served
immediatelyfollowing Sun-
rise Service followed by
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
and Easter worship ser-
vice and Holy Communion
at 11 a.m. An Easter egg
hunt will follow service.
For more information
about the services, con-
tact Marvin Andrews at
850-535-1708. St. Luke is at
4009 Jackson Community
Road, Vernon. The Rev.
Reba Sorey is pastor.

Easter egg hunt
and fun day
CHIPLEY Grace Assem-
bly at Chipley will hold an
Easter egg hunt and fam-
ily fun day Saturday, April
11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the church, 567 Main St. in
Festivities include a
bounce house, horseshoes,
bungee run, volleyball
and much more. Children
ages 0-12 should take your
basket for the Easter egg
hunt. Easter Sunday, Res-
urrection Celebration ser-
vices begin at 10:30 a.m.
with special music. Pastor
Dallas M. Pettis invites ev-
eryone to attend.

New Home
Gospel Sing
Home Baptist Church of
Graceville will hold its sec-
ond Saturday Bluegrass

gospel sing on April 11.
Music starts at 6 p.m. with
a short break about 7:30
for refreshments. Take
your musical instruments
or just listen to the music.
For more information call
263-1556 or 263-7291.

Sikora signing
CHIPLEY Chipley High
School and Tiger 100 will
host a scholarship signing
ceremony for Cody Sikora
on Monday, April 13, at 9
a.m. in the school gym.
Cody is signing a football
scholarship with the Beth-
el Wildcats in McKenzie,
Tennessee. All friends,
family, and members of
the community are invited,
to attend.

MSBU meeting
Hills Municipal Services
Benefits Unit (MSBU)
meeting scheduled for
April 14 had to be canceled.
The meeting has been
re-scheduled for April 28
at 6:30 pm in the BOCC
meeting room at the coun-
ty annex building on South
Blvd. The agenda will cov-
er MSBU membership and
the MSBU budget.

Registration at KMS
Smith Elementary will be-
gin kindergarten registra-
tion Monday, April 13, in
the school office from 7:30
a.m.-2:30 p.m.
To register for kinder-
garten your child must

be five years old by Sept.
1, 2009 and a Washington
County resident.
Please bring your
child's birth certificate,
Social Security card, up-
dated immunization re-
cord (Florida Blue Card).
A Florida physical is re-
quired before school be-
gins. For more informa-
tion, call the school office
at 638-6220.

Special Clinic Day
CHIPLEY Washington
County Health. Depart-
ment, 1338 South Blvd., is
offering immunizations
and Kindergarten physi-
cals to Washington County
residents at no charge to
the parents.
A special clinic day has
been scheduled for April
25 from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. for
children starting Kinder-
garten this fall. A parent or
guardian must accompany
child to the appointment.
Call 638-6240 to schedule
an appointment for your

Health and Family
Preparedness Fair
CHIPLEY The Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-
Day Saints in Bonifay and
Chipley have partnered
with Northwest Florida
Community Hospital and
other community partners
to sponsor the event. The
fair will be held in the hos-
pital parking lot on Satur-
day, April 25, from 10 am.
to 2 p m.
There will be infor-
mational booths, health
screenings, safety demon-
strations, money-saving
tips, and activities for chil-

dren including a bounce
house, food and opportuni-
ties to win prizes.
The fair is free and open
to the public. For more
information, call Janet
George at 638-4874, Susan
Munns, 638-7676, Heather
Shelby, 415-8119.

Habitat orientation
Habitat for Humanity

of Washington County will
hold a mandatory orienta-
tion meeting on April 16 at
5 p.m. in the First United
Methodist Church on U.S.
90 in Chipley. This meeting
is for anyone who wishes
to apply for Washington
county's sixth home.
Habitat is not a give-
away program. Houses are
sold to partner families at
no profit and financed with
affordable loans. In addi-

tion to a down payment
and monthly mortgage
payments, homeowners
invest hundreds of hours
of their own labor (sweat
equity) into building their
Habitat house.
For more information
on Habitat call Rebecca
Harris at 638-8376, Ayshia
Hatcher, 638-4555 or the
Habitat Thrift Store on
Main Street in Chipley,

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6 I Washington County News NASCAR Saturday, April 11, 2009

j ,, Pit top


April 11
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying ESPN2 @ 10 a.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN @ 2 p.m.
Nationwide Pepsi 300 ESPN @ 3 p.m.
April 16
Camping World Touring Series SPEED @ 2 p.m.
April 17
Nationwide Series Final Practice SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Practice SPEED @ noon
NASCAR Live SPEED @ 2 p.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice SPEED @ 2:30 p.m.
NASCAR Now ESPN2 @ 4 p.m.
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Coors Light Pole Qualifying SPEED @ 6, p.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown ESPN2 @ 8 p.m.
Nationwide Bashas' Supermarkets 200 ESPN2 @ 8:30 p.m.
April 18
NASCAR Smarts SPEED @ 4 p.m.
NASCAR RaceDay SPEED @ 5 p.m.
Sprint Cup Pre-Race'Show FOX @ 7 p.m.
Sprint Cup Subway Fresh Fit 500 FOX @ 7:30 p.m.

The Next Lap ,

The King and I(ndy) could make

an interesting
Richard Petty never got
inside an open-wheel car.
Well it might have been
difficult for him to get his size
11-and-a-half size bobts and
his tall lanky frame inside the
tub of what many think are
rocket ships.
He was invited, back in
1965 by A.J. Foyt.
Ironically,' the only way
most drivers fit in the car back
then is if their feet were no
bigger than a size 7.
Now 44 years later the
Petty Blue and burnt orange
will be circling the Brickyard
on Memorial Day.
Petty announced this week
a partnership .between
Richard Petty Motorsports
and Dreyer and Reinbold
Racing to field a car this May.
. The driver of the car is

Memorial Day
none other than John Andretti,
who was the first person to
attempt the Memorial Day
Petty's last
Sprint Cup
Series victo-
ry in 1999 at
The car
will be spon-
sored by Andretti
World, which is based out of
North Wilkesboro, N.C.
Petty is expected to split
time between North Carolina
and Indianapolis during the
month of May.
But it is doubtful if you
will see Petty and his famed
Stetson on top of a pit box.

Listen to radio chafftter at your own risk

Drivers should'remain
cautious of who is listening.
Despite some heated
exchanges between drivers,
crew chiefs, and car owners
NASCAR is not about to
budge when it comes to
keeping the airwaves open.
"The more access we can
give the fans, that's a part of
what made NASCAR what

Joey Logano
Place Owner
33 Teresa Earnhardt
34 Robby Gordon
35 Joe Gibbs
36 Kevin Buckler
37 Chip Ganassi
38 Detrich Mateschiltz

it is, the accessibility of the
drivers,' said Jim Hunter,
NASCAR's vice president
of corporate communica-
tions. "In my opinion, driv-
ers even in the heat of bat-
tle need to be able to con-
trol their emotions. They're
driving a race car around
200 miles an hour with a
bunch of other people."

On the

Driver: Joey Logano
Owner: Joe Gibbs
Points: 356
Points out of 34th: 21
Points ahead of 36th: 23
Driver Points
John Andretti .540
Robby Gordon 531
Joey Logano 510
David Gilliland 487
Aric Almirola 451
Scott Speed 414


Sponsorships are starting

to hit teams very hard now

Are you wondering what is going on with some teams this
season? Part of the dilemma is dollars and that comes from
With the series headed to Phoenix after the Easter holiday
break there are questions forming on which teams will
actually make the drive across country for the
Subway Fresh Fit 500.
One team that has
closed its doors
involves driver
Aric Amirola in
the No. 8 owned
by Earnhardt
Ganassi Racing.
Now that the
doors have close
on this operation,
the trickle down
effect could
become an epic
start to silly sea-
The main cog
in this operation is
a driver, by the
name of Martin
Truex, Jr. His con-
tract with EGR
states that he must
have two teammates
or he can leave the team.
Truex, a former
Nationwide Series Champion and
lead driver of the EG organization, could
bolt the team and there is talk in the garage
area he could even switch car makers.
So, where would the New Jersey driver end up if he
does opt out of his contract with ERG?
One team ofcontention is Joe Gibbs Racing and the No. 20
that is now driven by Raybestos Rookie of the Year candidate
Joey Logano.
Logano has had a very slow start this season and is now on
the bubble of becoming one of the "Go or Go Home Boys" as
he sits in 35 in owner points.
One more bad finish and he could have to race his way into

cul qorjes

After Samsung 500
1. Jeff Gordon
2. Jimmie Johnson
3. Kurt Busch
4. Clint Bowyer
5. Tony Stewart
6. Denny Hamlin
7. .Kyle Busch
8. Carl Edwards
9. Matt Kenseth
10. Kasey Kahne

After O'Reilly 300
Behind Driver
Leader 1. Carl Edwards
-162 2. Kyle Busch
-180 '3. David Ragan
-187 4. Jason Leffler
-191 5. Justin Allgaier
-216 6. Kevin Harvick
-240 7. Brad Keselowski
-265 8. Brendan Gaughan
-290 9. Jason Keller
-303 10. Scott Lagasse, Jr.


the field, which is something fans of the Home Depot Camary
didn't expect when the young sensation was named to replace
Tony Stewart.
Joe Gibbs Racing president J.D. Gibbs has been very insis-
tent in denying this rumor.
"Joey's our guy. We haven't had any conversations with
anyone," Gibbs said. "We'd like to have someone in line by
summer time, but you have to sit down, look at what partner is
available, what driver is available and who would be a good fit
for the team.
"We had (No. 96) Hall of Fame last year and we don't have
it now. So we have room for a fourth team. We'd love
to have it."
Of course JGR is looking to run
six or so races this season
with Farm Bureau
Insurance as the
sponsor of a No.
.02 Toyota, while
they will be on
the cars of
Denny Hamlin
at Darlington
and Atlanta and
Logano's car at
Martinsville this
While the
rumors continue
to fly, Truex says
he is staying the
"When I give
someone my
word by signing
a contract, if
they keep theirs
and I keep my
mind, there's no reason
to ever think about doing any-
thing else, obviously," said Truex.
"Right now, my -focus is on getting the car
better and moving up in the points. We're back here
where we shouldn't be.
"We've never been back this far before and vie'\e had a
tough start to the year,"
Bass Pro Shops is currently signed through 2010 without
an, option to. leave according to EGR's president Steve
Another sticking point is that Chevy could alter its support
for E&Gas well without three teams under the roof, and there is
no official word if the car driven by Johi Andretti counts.

After Kroger 250
1. Kyle Busch
2. Todd Bodine
3. Ron Hornaday
4. Mike Skinner
5. Matt Crafton
6. Terry Cook
7. Johnny Benson
8. Chad McCumbee
9. Timothy Peters
10. Rick Crawford


After Kentuckiana Ford 200
Driver Behind
1. Justin Lofton Leader
1. Parker Klingerman -40
3. Patrick Sheltra -65
4. Frank Kimmel -85
5. Norm Benning -115
6. Craig Goess -140
7. Ken Weaver -145
8. Tom Hessert -150
9. Bryan Silas -155
10. Tim George, Jr. -155

Twist of Fate


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1293 WEST JACKSON AV- tions please call Usa Wells
ENUE, SUITE ONE, CHIP- at 850-718-0456, ext. 101,
LEY, FL 32428 WITHIN 2 or go to our website lo-
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1110 Classified Notices CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF quests for Proposals and 3110 Appliances
1120 Public Notices/ YOU ARE VOICE IM- Results. Sealed bids 3120 Arts & Crafts
Announcements PAIRED CALL: should be submitted to the 3130 -Auctions
1130- Adoptions 1-800-955-8770, CRWDB by April 27, 2009 3140 Baby Items
1140- HappyAds DATED at CHIPLEY, at 3:00 RM. (CT). 3150 Building Spplies
1150- Personals 3160 Business 3110
11i60- Lost Florida, this 2 day of April, EOE/Drug Free Equipment
1170- Found 2009. Workplace/Minority Owned 3170 Collectibles
UNDA HAYES COOK Businesses Encouraged to 3180 Computers For Sale. Large GE
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Apply. The CRWDB re- 3190- Electronics Freezer, $150, and White
l COURT serves the right to reject 3200- Firewood Westinghouse refrigerator,
SWashington County, any and all bids. 3210 Free Pass It on $250. 638-2354.
Jsf1Lt anleW3220- Furniture
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1100 BY: JC Rogers ington County News April 3240- Guns
DEPUTY CLERK 11; 18, 2009. 3250 Good Things to Eat
ATTORNEY FOR 3260- Health & Fitness
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN LLP 3290 Medical Equipment
AND FOR WASHINGTON 10004 North Dale Mabry 1110 3300- Miscellaneous Grizzly 10" Table Saw.
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UNC: I In 3340 Sporting Goods 850-579-0805.
I COLOR. 3350- Tickets (Buy & Sell)
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gions Mortgage Successor I nd be noticed
by Merger to Union Plant-1 638-0212
ers Bank, N.A., IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, I -1 or I CET
Plaintiff, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL 547-9414 JB D E
-vs- CIRCUIT OF THE STATE 1--------- l JOB DONE!
David W. Reneau and OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
Cherry M. Reneau, His WASHINGTON COUNTY .
Wife; CASE NO: 67-09-CA-006 Call one of our
Defendant(s).BAY BANK & TRUST CO., "ad-visors" and put the
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der of Final Judgment of vs.
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cult Court of the 14th Judi- heirs, devisees, creditors, Good Home (850)638-02
cial Circuit in and for grantees and all persons 2120 -Pet Supplies
Washington County, Flor- claiming by, through, un- 2130-Farm Animals/ HOLMES COUNTY
ida, wherein Regions Bank der or.against him, Supplies HS CO T
d/b/a Regions Mortgage Defendants. 2140-Pets/Livestock TIMES-ADVERTISER
Successor by Merger to Wanted (850) 547-9414
Union Planters Bank, NA., NOTICE OF SALE
Plaintiff and David W. NOTICE is hereby given
Reneau and Cherry M. that pursuant to a Sum- m-2100
Reneau, His Wife are mary Final Judgment in
Defendantss, I will sell to Foreclosure dated this 31 Ba es es ANN--OUNCEMENTS
the highest and best bid- day of March, 2009 in the Babyc Bunnles. chags., I
der for cash, AT THE above-styled cause. I will p.gmy goals FOR SALE.-I
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OF WASHINGTON the date of the Us' Pend- For Sale: Guinea Fowl APPLIANCES
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ens must file a claim within eggs for hatching.
STOGETHER WITH DOU- sixty (60) days after the 850-956-5090
YEAR:'1995, MAKE: WITNESS my handand For Sale: Horse, extra Can't -Afford a Washer &
MERITT, VIN# seal of the Court on the 31 gentle, anyone can ride.
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Tax Service. Open 5 days Babysitting In My Home, Mini Warehouses. If you COUP
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(850)638-1483 ages. Experience Do" Lamar Townsend CANC
w/references. Call Richelle (850)638-4539, north of
@ 850-726-0768. Townsends. Mamn
Headliners' and Vinyl Towin
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
work at your home or Tractor Work Can do Runn
workplace.Reasonable rt o aork;
rates on new vinyl tops front end loader work; 5964.
and auto capew ing. Carpentry, pressure wash- bush hogging; disc, dirt 5964
estimates Call anytime ing, lawn care, patio & win- leveling; pushing small
leaie messal a me dow re-screening. great trees; cut grass, not
a35 message. (850) rates. (850)638-4492 throats. BUSI
638-7351__Two Kubota Front End
Loaders. One Excavator.
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Jim's Barber Do yc
Shop Light Truck/flactor Work 25
Unda Nye has joined Jim Top Soil, Mushroom Com-
at 603 Magee St. in post, Rock, Sand and Cy- B&M Mower Repair & Candy
Bonifay.'20 years experi- press Mulch. Pick up or Service. Quality work at a BO20(
ence cutting Mens delivered Call: 773-3349 or fair price. Pickup & Deliv-
Womens and Childrens 850-570-3776. ery Available. Bill or Mary not be
hair. Sunday, Wednesday (850)638-4492
-& Thursday. Haircuts $7-_
&$8 547-9390 Sod For Saleonthe farm, Sewing Machine and Vac-
delivered or installed. Cen- uum Cleaner Repair, guar- Bl
tipede and 419 Bermuda. anteed service on all
West Florida Turf (850) makes and models. Free
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RR Avenue, Chipley. We Caregiver. 10 years expe-
pay cash for clean, quality rience. Has references. For --- .,-- i"--I
furniture. 850-557-0211 or more information call HOCKERS
850-415-6866. Ask for 850-299-6563 or
Pasco or Carolyn 850-415-6636. Also availa-
ble for cleaning houses. The News Herald is looking for
Looking for House in Independent Contractors to sell
3230 foreclosure to buy through
VA financing. Must be in Sunday newspapers at the inter-
S$$ MAKE ETRA$$ city limits of Bonifay. Call of y 79 ad H 9
I Huge Yard Sale,' 850-333-8503 sections of Hwy 79 and Hwy 90
May 9th @ Wausa Plants, misc tools, furni- in Bonifay and at the intersec-
Possum Palace. t Plns was,' bik s,
Call to reserve your Iture, housewaresbikes, tions of Hwy 77 and Hwy 90 in
I spot. fdr$10. 1 carpet shampooer, 50+
535-9603or 535-2766. folding chairs, padded Chipley. ''
Vendors Welcome. seat & back, dorm refriger-
endors Welcoe. ator532-5195. I
Estate Sale! Thursday, Fri- Pole Barn Metal Truss, This is Sunday only from ap-
day, and Saturday, April 32 & 36 ft, post to post A
14, 15, &16, 7:3am-4pm. wide. 21 ft tin, 3 ft wide. proximately 8:00 A.M. until
557 Davis Street, Chipley, Two row cultivator with around 12P.M.
FL. For directions call planters. Call
Unda, 850-527-8144. Rain 850-594-5200. This can be a very lucrative op-
or Shine. portu'y i
Ga Sale, Weds-Sat STEEL portunity for the right individu-
Garage Sale, Weds-Sat, 1 1 : I I
April 15-18. 892 Usery Rd, BUILDINGS als.
Chipley. 7:00-Until. 2 fam- 4 Only 25x34, 30x38, Stop by The Washington County
ily. Clothes, tools, fishing 40x46, 45x98op
equipment, misc. Must Move Nowl INews office on Railroad Ave in
Will Sell for Balance
Moving Sale. Everything Owed/Free Delivery! Chipley or The Holmes County.
must go before April 18th. 1-800-462-7930 x39 Times office'at 112 .
1955 Hwy 173, Bonifay. Times officeat 112 E. Virginia
850-768-1472 for info. Fur- Wanted: Junk appli-ut an
nature, household items. ances, lawn, golf carts, Ave. in Boifay to fil out an
No baby things. farm and garden equip- application.
ment, satellites for free. I
Yard Sale: week end of will pick up. Call'
April 9,10,11,-16, 17,-23, 850-547-0088 or I O 11 can Tu1er oore *F
24, 25. Lots of goodies, 850-326-5329 You can call Luther Moore M-F
Big white house by
Wal-Mart. 1364 'LeAnder at 850-547-9414 for further de-
Lane. tails.
United space. Piano, Gui-
32800 tar, Bass Drums; Banjo, I ,
For Sale: 20 HP Mandolin, Violin, Flute. .. ,NE ,HER'4LD
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Converts single phase to 3 Covington Music.
phases $1500.00 call Downtown. Chipley. --- -- --- -- ---
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C 1Bedroom apartment up- 3BR'/1BA Brick home for For Rent: 3BR/2BA, brick 2BR Mobile Home, good For Rent: 3BR/2BA mobile Two 5 acres & One 10 ac- 2005 Honda Road/Street
Cooksstairs In Bonifay, kitchen, rent. Including W/D hook home, $625. per month. location in Chipley. No home, central heat and air. res on Buddy Rd. One 10 Shadow Spirit Motorcycle.
Ebro Greyhound Park is living room, dining room. up, fenced yard, smoke Call 850-547-3542 Pets. 850-638-4640. Bonifay 850-547-5628 acres & One 13 acres on $5,000. Can been seen at
n ro Greyhound r i water sewage, garbage, free environment, no pets. Rent 3BR/2BA with possi- 3BR/2BA w/large addition Nice 2BR MH. CH/A, utility Gainer Rd. Owner financ- Community South Credit
EM YMEN kitchen cooks Apply @ $700/mo. 85638-216 ble purchase option, one on 2 acres, fenced. 2 room, covered porches. ing For more info call Mil- Union, 1044 Hwy 90 E.,
S Ebro Greyhound Park, 3BR/1BA Home in Bonifay fenced acre on Hwy 177A, storage buildings. Smoke Smoke free environment, ton Peel @850-638-1858. Chipley, FI.
4100 Help Wanted Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm. 1BR Apartment in for rent. $550 a month, Great room, breakfast free environment, no pets. In secure setting. $500
4130 Employment
Information 850-234-3943 or Chipley. Good location. $400 security. Call nook, garden tub, 1st, last $575 month plus deposit. month. 535-9672. .- FOR SALE. 2002 Suzuki
850-535-4048. No pets. 638-4640. 850-547-1001. & security. $700. month. Water & Sewage included. GSX R-1000. After market
850-547-5044, 850-258-2086. 7160 paint job. Minr scratches.
2BR/1'1BA two-story Apt 3BR/2BA House for rent. 850-956-3094 -- paint j. Minor sratces.
Wanted:. Teacher with 40 for rent.No pets. 638-1918 No pets. Application Bonifay,' BONUS 1/2 Land/Home; 1 plus acres, ea 900Price,
S 4100 hour certification to work in or 850-258-5521. needed. Call 638-1918. mth free w/ security nice, mobile-home. Fives 07 Arieae, 1 700. Pr
CDL Driver Needed: Expe- 850-547-1444 LARGE3BR/1BAover960 3BR/1BA, CH/A Country 6|170 0, mo 2 or 2 Da 250 mo las Ferry Rd. Day; Snoled with gorla
rienced CDL driver needed sq. ft. $600, S/D. $400. Home. No pets inside. Ref- ,850-699-3599 i850-547-5070, nite;axles. 27" wheels with ga-
for part-time short' hauls. Downtown Chipley, con- erence required. First, last 1-3BR Mobile Home 850-547-5683 ask for 8 or tires. After market
Driver home every night. venient. location. Rent in- & deposit. $550 month. rent. 2-2BR Frame Houses Circle J Mobile Home REA ESTATE FOR ALE Mary Ann clutch kit. Radiator moved.
Will be pulling a 53 foot cludes stove, refrigerator, Call 547-2091. for rent. Call 638-4273 or Park in Chipley, 921 5,500. Call
trailer. If interested please 4130 citywater, sewer, garbage. For Ret: 4BR/2BA Brick 850-260-5626. St.; & Graceville 526271- Homes (850)258-0096 for more
call 85-638-6889Sorry no pets or HUD. home, North Hwy. 79 2BR Mobile Home. Fur Alabama St. 2&3 /BR units 711 Beach Home info.
ca850-38-6889 therSorry no pets or HUD. home, North Hwy. 79 for rent Property _______________________
niport, 2 decks, nice area per month. For info call 7130- Condo/Townhouse
Mystery Shoppers, get RIDGEWOOD APART plus $500.00 depos No pets. $600 plus de- 850-260-3026 7140- Farms& Ranches
paidpetsi.7150 Lots and Acreage
establishments need un- 602 S. Weeks St. Bonifay For Rent; 3BR/1BA. NoFor Rent 3BR/2BA dou- 7160 Mobile Homes/Lots 8210
ito shop Retail/dining MENTS 850-527-3028 __ posit. Call 838-7009. FrRe.n 3BR2p a. ou- 7150- Lots and Acrease
derercover clients to judge Efficiency, 1 bdrm and 2 p .462 Martin Lutherf eide 14 foot thick aluminum
Life Management aercovecentstojuge icien 1 bdrm and 2 A 2BR/1/BA Large Trailer blewide. in Bonifay. No 7170- Waterfront
Center of Northwest quality customer service. bdrm, Clean, safe, afford- pets 0462 Martin.Luther, furnished. Out side city Pets, cell # 850-373-8938 7180 Investment
Florida, Inc Ea up to $150. a day. able housing, CALL FOR King. $50 aonth, $ limits. Smoke free environ- For Rent: 1,2 &.3BR/2BA, 7190 -Out-of-Town REC HP motor. Good condition,
Eac C r p to 88823-1013. DETAILS: (850)557-7732e h C F d H ment. No pets. $400 $425.00 month & up. Ce- Real Estate 8100 -Antique & Collectibles $350.00. 850-548-5555 or
licensed Counselor month plus $300 deposit, dar Gardens Community, 7200 Timeshare 8110 Cars leave message
Skilled, caring& flexible 638-1272. No pets, Contact Robert 8120- Sports Utility Vehicles
experienced Publisher's mth 8-373-82560nta1300-aTrucks
Masters Level clinician 2BR/2BA $550/month. 8140 Vans .lf .I..O
to pert rm initial f 6140 Notice mile from Chipley McDon- 850-844-0463 7100 815o Commercial
assessments & counsel 2BR cabin 1BA, no pets. aids. 1st and last month's For Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom 2.5 acres, 2002,4BR/2BA, 8160 Motorcycles 8320
challenged families, $400 month, 1st, and last All real estate advertising in rent plussecuritydeposit.mobile homes in Ponce de doublewide, 1800 Sq/F 8170 Auto Parts
as nts & coune month. Deposit required, this newspaper is subjectto& doublewide, 1800 Sq/Ft, & Accessries
adults & children. month.Deposit required, thisnewapers subjc Smoke free environment. Leon, near schools. Rea- totally renovated, paved 8210-Boasa For Sale: E-Z Go Gofcart,
Masters degree in (850)-326-2412 8 miles the Fair Housing Act which
Masters degree in makes it illegal to advertise No pets. Reference re- sonable rent 850-849-5068 road, frontage, 1 mile from 8220 Personal Watercraft good condition, $1600.00
psychology, social work South Bonifay "any preference, limitation qulred. Call 638-4857. or 850-535-2680. Bonifay and 1-10. $79,900. 8230 Sailboats 850-638-1991 or
or relatehuman REAL ESATE R RE 2BR/2BA House for rent in r dscriminationbased on 2BR/2BA Mobile Home Fr Rent: 2 & 3 bedroom 850-956-2642 8240 Bat Marine 850-258-7147
services discipline & race, color, religion, sex, supplieslHmeorRen:__&3______Sppie
2eres of expine 100 Busness/ Chipley. Two story with handicap, familial status or for rent. No pets. $400 a mobile homes in Bonifay. Chipley, 2/3BR, 2BA ,like 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
censure strny Commercial basement on Blue Lake. 6 national origin, or an inten- month plus deposit Call 850-547-3462 brand new, beautiful lot 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
censure songly 10 Apartments Acres land. Rents for tion, to make any such pref- 547-4232 or 527-4911. w/pond on 3 acres. Only 8330 Campers & Trailers
preferred. 6120- Beach Rentals $1000 per month with erence, limitation or dis- For Rent: 2BR/1BA Mo- 45 mins to Panama City 8340 Motorhomes rO
Reimbursement by 6130 Condo/Townhouse $1000 security deposit, crimination" Familial status 2BR/2BA 16' Wide on bile Home $300. month, Beach. owner ma financed
service event from 6140 House Rentals Ready for immediate occu- includes children under the large lot in country in plus $300. deposit, no or give $15,000 cash back. Cross Country G.M. 32'
$0 R ma nte adyfoMotoreHomeRun $300. deposit, no sodive,
$30-$48. 6150 Roommate Wanted pancy. Progressive Realty, age of 18 living with parents Washington County. New pets. Call 850-547-2043. $139,900. OBO. Lowered 8 0 nor.Hoe, R m unil goo
**** 6160 Rooms for Rent Motoror legal custodians, preg- Hope area. $500 a month, Leave message. 8110meRuns good,
Job details, benefits 17 Mobile Home/Lot 638-822or legal cusodan peee- Hope area. $500 a month, Leave message. 50K. (314) 346-3303.nice low migeLooks
018o- Out-o-Tow Retl 1 FrEcti., great Everything works
application information uto Rentals 2BR Furnished House. ring custody of children 850-918-7876 or 535-0665. For Ret: Vernon, 2BR For Sale. 3BR/2BA Home. or cor 2 grea ertor. $ 00
is available on-line: uder 15. Mobile Home, work shop, door green color, sunroof,
is available on-line 2- Vacation Rentals Washer/Dryer, CH/A, car- e3BR/1BA MH for rent. e e o Large lot, in Chipley City cool air. Good Condition, sellortrade.
www.lifemangementcen- r,3BR/1BA MH for rent' ivate drive, & pond for limits. $62,000. Call Kevin $3,000.00 Call 95 Ford Custom Van..
www.lifemangementcen- port, water, garbage. This newspaper will not Hwy 90 W., Bonifay. $485 fishing. Call 850-849-5068 lim 85$62,510. Wll Kevi 30000 Call 95 Ford Custom Van.
ter.org Smoke free environment, knowingly accept any ad- month, first/last/damage or 850-535-2680 @ 850-251-6550. Will 850-547-2017 Nce runs good $3000
or apply in writing to: .No pets. Very clean. $425 vertising for real estate deposit $250; electric de show by appt. only. 89 Ford Probe. Looks
525 E 15th Street 6100 mo, $300 deposit. which is in violation of the si 200. Also have large Mobile Home for rent; great, ru od.$1,500.
Panama City FL 32405. 850-638-1272. law. Our readers are hereby 2002 Hyund ai Sonata ll 415-7192.
________ informed that all dwellings house for rent; needs lots 2BR/2BA, water/sewer and full pwer, re- Call 415-7192,
Pre-emplyment Drug & Executive Office Space 3BR/IBA Farm House in advertised in this newpa- of repair. Call for details lawn service furnished. 3 Warranty, full power, re
Background screening for rent downtown Chipley 3BR/A Farm House in advertised in this newspa ofmiles eastof Vernon on Pi- 7 1 150 mote alarm, cruse, AM-FM,
required. All until. incl'd 638-1918 the country near Vernon, peare available on a equal 85-443-319. oeer Rd. 850-638-9933 or 6.Acre an CD V6, auto. Blue
EOE/Drug Free FL. Free garbage & lawn opportunity basis. To com-o6.3 Acres, high and dry, a t o
care $600 month, $300 plain of discrimination call 3BR/2BA, 3/4 mile from 325-233-9224, or South of 1-10. About half- placed transmission &
workplace. care. $600 month $300 HUD toll-free at Bonifay Elem School. On 850-638-7315. way between Bonifay & timing belt. $6,500. Terrific 8340
Office space for lease, deposit. 535-0368. 1-800-669-9777. The Hwy 177A, entrance to Vernon. Priced to sell! 850-638-8652.
1240 S Blvd (Corner of R A Lartoll-free number for the mobile home park. CallMobile Homes in Cot-Day; 850-547-5070, Night; 36 foot Damonntruder
eer dthe moble home lk S Day; 850-547-5070, Night; hy h fD mointue
Retired Manou ke 5Blvd thSt) l 3BR/2BA Lrge Contry hearing impaired is 547-3746. onale on Sapp Rd 8 mi- 850-573-0253 M o rhomn e, ,
Retired Man- would like S. Bvdth St), Chipley, home in eAlford. $650 1-800-927-9275. les E. of Chipley. 3br, 2ba, original price, $20,000.,
most anykindowork.Any $750/mo 1000 sq month. 3BR/1BA in te 3BR/2BA, All electric. & 2br, 2ba, avail. Total 11'/ + acres, partly 8120 will sell for $30,000. due to
time and day Work by offices, 1 reception, 1 City of Cottondale.$500 Stove, refrigerator, W/D elec. (850)-258-4868 or cleared w/2 homesites, 2 -0 medical reasons. Many,
hor or byob. Home bath, chen, parking month. Deposit& refer- hookup. No pets. $475 a 8 5 0 2 0 9 8 8 4 7 miles south of 1-10, Hwy. 1998 GMC Jimmy Many, Many extras.
850-2638-1907, Cl lot, hrdwood firs. 7 ence required. month, $475 deposit. www.charloscountryliv- 279, on Shull Rd. $35,000. 125,000 miles. $3500. 8 5 8 4 9 5 68,
850-260-0271. Ask for Bud 407-616-6890 850-579-4317. 638-0560 or 850-774-3034. ing.com 850-849-5280 Anytime 535-0944. 850-535-2680



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