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Weekend Sports
* Chipley has a great Thursday,
winning four games in
basketball and soccer

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ington County is having a
book/bake/yard sale. All
proceeds will go to Literacy
Volunteers. This event will
be held Dec 8, from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m.
Caryville Community

Steve Wallace was hoping
the waters in Pensacola
'would help his ailing racing
luck, but the son of former
NEXTEL Cup Champion
Rusty Wallace didn't get
such a chance. After winning
a last chance qualifier his car
was found to be too light
and he was disqualified. But
the ups and downs of racing
are something the younger
Wallace is getting use to.
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Chipley resident Josh
Halley portrays Chief
Osceola at FSU
Staff Writer
College is about so much more
than academics.
Some students party their way
through school. Some join clubs
and organizations that offer lead-
ership roles. A select few experi-
ence opportunities of a lifetime
through sports, academics and
extracurricular activities.
Josh Halley is one of those
select few. When the Chipley
resident looks back on his college
days, his unique memories will
be shared by only a handful of
other people. Josh is one of just
13 students to date selected to
portray Seminole Chief Osceola
at Florida State University foot-
ball games.
A symbol, not a mascot
The tradition is perhaps the
most impressive in college foot-
ball. Before every home game, a
student portraying Chief Osceola
storms the field at Doak Campbell
Stadium, riding an Appaloosa
horse named Renegade. Osceola
then buries a burning spear into
the turf at the 50-yard line.
When Osceola and Renegade
take to the field, the performance
is a declaration of war. The dec-
laration is made on behalf of the
Seminoles football team as it
takes on an opponent, but since
its inception, the portrayal has
been to honor the traditions of
Florida's Seminole Tribe, after
whom the college's athletics are
The portrayal is as accurate
as possible. The regalia was
designed and sewn by members
of the .Seminole Tribe. The war
paint duplicates that worn by
Osceola. Students portraying
Chief Osceola are skilled eques-
trians, adept enough to control
a horse while riding bareback,
carrying a flaming spear.
Chief Osceola is not a mascot.,
There are no antics to pep up
the crowd. He doesn't smile. He
doesn't high five. He doesn't sell
More than a game day role
Halley spent the past two
years portraying Osceola during
games. During the three years

Photo courtesy FSU
Josh Halley rides Renegade onto the field in his role as
Chief Osceola at Florida State University

prior, the Chipley High School
graduate served as an appren-
tice under Kyle Doney, the only
member of the Seminole Tribe
thus far to fill the role.
Josh's mom, Stephanie Hal-
ley, said the position requires a
significant commitment. Secur-
ing the role requires a written
application, assessment of grades
and extracurricular activities,
reference checks, an essay and a
series of personal interviews.
And that is just to secure an
apprenticeship. Josh had to earn
the right to represent FSU and the
Seminole Tribe of Florida.
"Josh did all of the training

of the horse. In the fall, he was
there every single day," she said.
There are several horses to care
for, retired Renegades and Ren-
egades-in-training. Josh had to
bond with his horse."
In response to a series of
questions posed in writing, Josh
said, "Forcing the horse to ride
into battle when he is terrified,
carrying the 25-pound spear
and maintaining control of the
horse throughout all of it is the
hard part. But the out of body
experience I feel when I do plant
the spear is worth every drop of
See HALLEY, page 3

Bigfoot nearby? Some say he is in Alabama

Managing Editor
Bigfoot nearby? Local media
are reporting that sightings have
been made by a California-based
Tom Biscardi and his Bigfoot,
Inc. team reported to WTVY-Chan-
nel 4 in Dothan,Ala. that they used
a thermal imager to catch a glimpse
in Alabama.

A team member reported at
www.searchingforbigfoot.com that
a creature was sighted for three-
to-five seconds. Biscardi claimed
the creature sighted was about
eight-feet tall.
Biscardi and his team plan to
spend several more days tracking
down Bigfoot sightings between the
Asbury Community and Samson,
along the Coffee/Geneva County
Line, according to WTVY.

The search came after several
Wiregrass cattlemen reported that
something "large and unusual" was
killing cattle. Rumors have circu-
lated freely throughout the area
that some sort of huge creature is
roaming around Samson.
Various possibilities have been
suggested for what the creature co-
,ould be, including a Florida skunk
ape, which is supposed to roam the

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Future of

Knight land

Florida Freedom Newswire
Planners met with Washington
County commissioners last week to
discuss the future of 50,000 acres
of undeveloped land long rumored
to be the site of a new Walt Disney
theme park.
What's in store for the tract
still isn't clear, but according to
those involved, one thing is for
sure: There will be no thrill rides.
Instead, possible uses could include
anything from horse trails to hous-
ing developments.
"This is all at the very early
stages of the planning," said Gary
Engelhardt, a Tampa consultant
working for the landowners. "We're
still learning about the property."
The tract is owned by the Knight
newspaper family and held by the
Northern Trust Company. About
7,500 acres are situated in north
Bay County, and the rest stretches
across southern Washington in
Moody's Pasture.
For now, the land is being used
for timber production, but the own-
ers are exploring other, presumably
more lucrative, possibilities. To-
ward that end, Northern Trust hired
Engelhardt and another consultant
from Tallahassee named George
Willson, along with the law firm of
Hopping Green & Sams.
The planners started by holding
individual sessions with elected
"They were interested in get-
ting the commissioners' ideas and
thoughts," said Washington County
Administrator Pete Herbert. "They
said they wanted to preserve some
of the history of the property and
the commissioners were real inter-
ested in doing that."
Commissioners suggested rec-
reation and conservation uses such
as hunting, fishing and horse riding,
stressed environmental concerns,
and explained the county's need for
new jobs and a "full range" of hous-
ing options, Engelhardt said.
"We're trying to get a better
understanding of what's happening
in the community," he said.
Herbert said the planners also
talked about holding public work-
shops and taking "field trips" to
tour the property as more ideas
But don't expect that to hap-
pen anytime soon. It's a complex
process, and the owners, under no
pressure to sell, want to take their
time before making any decisions,
Engelhardt said.
As for rumors about theme
parks, both Walt Disney and Busch
Gardens executives said recently
they had no such plans, and Engel-
hardt echoed them.
"To all of our knowledge,there's
nothing to it," he said.


2, Washington County News, Saturday, December 8, 2007


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A Chipley shot draws a crowd Thursday night.

Chipley sweeps Thursday night hoops

Managing Editor
It was a good night for
Chipley High School as the
Tigers won all three basket-
ball games.

Chipley girls 64
Vernon 34
In the first game the Lady
Tigers invaded Vernon and
defeated the Lady Jackets
64-34. Chipley jumped out
to an 18-0 first-quarter lead
with 2:20 left and led 22-5 at
the end of one, with several
players scoring.
Vernon came back behind
three-point shooting by Jas-
mine Haddock tough inside
play to close to 31-20 before
Chipley's Thera Robinson
scored off a rebound to the
halftime buzzer to make it
Chipley sealed the win by
scoring the first 22 points of
the second half.
Shanida Thomas led Chi-
pley with 23 points. Kassi
Shakelford added 12 and
Sherina Gonzalez and Te-
anna Hill had eight each.
Haddock led Vernon with
15 points, including four
treys. Tiffany Adkison and
Brittany Davis each had six

Chipley JV boys 42
Holmes County 33
The Chipley JV boys had
to struggle to beat visiting
Holmes County. They only
led 22-21 at the half but
came on down the stretch to
take the win.
Josh Smith led Chipley
with 14 points, Rodney Lee
had 10 and Mackeith Bell
scored eight. Brandon White
led Holmes County with 18

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Chipley 52
Holmes County 47
The game was a barn-
burner from the start as
Holmes County controlled
the pace in the first half.
Tyrus White's three pointer
and Hayden Matthews' two
free throws at the end of the
half gave the Blue Devils
a 24-19 lead going into the
locker room.
HCHS kept the lead at
38-30 going into the fourth
quarter on the strength of
Aaron Mollet's three-three
pointers and Brock Dockery
going 5-6 from the charity
stripe. Chipley stormed back,
going on an 8-2 run featuring
a dunk by Zack Schaubhut,
and capped off by A.J. Roul-
hac's three pointer with 3:47
left to tie it 40-all.
Tre Jackson's three-point
play gave Chipley 43-40 lead
and Leon Broxton chipped
in with a bucket off a re-
bound to make it 45-40 Chi-
pley. Alex Watson's rebound
bucket and Dockery's two
completed free throws made
it 45-44 with just 2:00 left.
Broxton's tip in and free
throws by Jackson and Roul-
hac made it 50-44 before
Dockery hit a three with
10.2 seconds left to close
it to three. Holmes County
pressed but a foul on an
in-bounds play led Jackson
to the free-throw line. He
drained two to seal the vic-
Jackson led Chipley with
14 points and Schaubhut had
13. Roulhac finished with
eight. Dockery led Holmes
County with 14 and Watson
had 10, while Mollet scored
nine, all three pointers.

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Leon Broxton shoots Thursday night.

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Chipley goes 5-1 on
soccer season
On Thursday night, the
Chipley High School girls
soccer team traveled to Mari-
anna for a District match and
was able to take home a 3 to
1 victory. This victory put
the girls' record at 5-1.
The game began with
both teams unable to score
until Chipley had a free kick
from a Marianna penalty.
Kylie Mulrain took the kick
and drilled a 35-yard shot
over the diving goalie and
into the net. Less than a

minute later, Joanna Peters
intercepted a pass and was
able to knock a shot off a
defender that slipped into
the comer of the net for a 2-0
lead at halftime.
Marianna was able to
close the gap early in the
second half with a penalty
kick, but the momentum was
short lived. On Chipley's
next offensive opportunity,
Mulrain lofted a long penalty
kick to Ericka Provost who
dumped a shot past the rush-
ing goalie.
Hannah Guettler had 13
saves on the night.

Submitted photo
Chipley beat Marianna 3-1 Thursday night.

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Photo courtesy FSU
Josh Halley represents the Seminole tradition as
Chief Osceola 'at Florida State University.

Continued from page 1

of blood, sweat or tear that I
have put into it."

A family affair
Josh Halley is not the only
Halley to attend FSU. Both
parents (he is the son of Gene'
Halley) are graduates of FSU
and have been around, if
not involved with, the Chief
Osceola and Renegade team
for years.
"I've known Bill (Dur-
ham) for 30 years. We'd take
Josh to watch as Osceola
put on his make-up and the
handlers got the horse ready
before each game. When
he got to be about 11, he
started asking, 'Do you think

I can be Osceola one day?',"
Stephanie Halley said. "It's
been fascinating to watch the
team grow and develop."
She and Gene are part
of the on-field team who
protect fans from the horse
and protect the horse from
the fans. "We line the field
and-keep the players from
spooking the horse. We are
also a fire-and-hazard team,"
she said.
She acknowledged that
the family relationship did
not hurt Josh's chances of
becoming Osceola, but said
any young man can aspire to
fill the role.
"When they need appren-
.tices, they will announce it
through equestrian events
and run ads," she said.

Absences delay vote on exception

for Washington County property

Saturday, December8, 2007 Washington County News, a

Chief Osceola a representative of the Seminole tradition

The tradition of Chief
Osceola began with the ten-
ure of Floirda State Coach
Coach Bobby Bowden, who
was the first to recognize
the Tallahassee resident Bill
Durham's idea. Durham, a
1965 graduate of FSU, en-
visioned Chief Osceola and
Renegade as a student on
a homecoming committee.
The idea came to fruition
at the 1978 opening game
against Oklahoma State.
In a 2005 interview with
The St. Petersburg Times,
Durham said he met with
Howard Tommie, then chief
of the Seminole Tribe of
Florida. "He was excited,
but he didn't want anything
cartoonish. Everything we
do, we do exactly the same.
And everything we do, we
try to do with dignity. That's
what I promised Tommie."
Women of the tribe sewed
the original regalia and Tom-
mie helped Durham re-cre-
'ate war paint as authentically
as possible.
This fall, the Seminole
Tribe of Florida presented
FSU with new regalia for
Chief Osceola. "When the
NCAA stuff came down,
FSU went back to the Semi-
nole Tribe. They were very
supportive. They said they
wanted the tradition to con-

tinue, that FSU did it with
honor. They did note that
the regalia, while it depicted
the Seminole, did not accu-
rately depict Chief Osceola,"
Stephanie Halley said.
The tribe presented new
regalia crafted from 162-
year-old textiles to duplicate
Osceola's typical war attire,
at the 2007 Athletics Hall of
Fame banquet.
The "NCAA stuff" was
when the National Collegiate
Athletic Association deemed
college mascots depicting
native tribes as hostile and
offensive and applied seri-
ous sanctions to teams that
continued to use them.
In 2005, in response to
the NCAA objection and in
acknowledgement of a reso-
lution of support from the
Seminole Tribe of Florida,
FSU President T.K. Weth-
erell said: "Florida State
University is stunned at
the complete lack of appre-
ciation for cultural diversity
shown by the National Col-
legiate Athletic Associa-
tion's executive committee,
which announced today a
policy banning schools us-
ing Native American names
and symbols from host-
ing NCAA championship
events. That the NCAA
would now label our close

bond with the Seminole
Tribe of Florida as culturally
'hostile and abusive' is both
outrageous and insulting.
"On June 17, the Tribal
Council of the Seminole
Tribe of Florida spoke un-
equivocally of its support
for Florida State University
in its use of the Seminole
name and related symbols.
Accordingly, I intend to

pursue all legal avenues to
ensure that this unacceptable
decision is overturned, and
that this university will for-
ever be associated with the
'unconquered' spirit of the
Seminole Tribe of Florida."
The NCAA backed down
with regard to Chief Osceola
and the use of the Seminole
name and images.
Mary Paraumore

' Florida Freedom Newswire
As 5 p.m. rolled around
Tuesday, Dec. 6,' dozens
,of people filled the gallery
for the Washington County
Planning Commission meet-
ing. Apparently, the possibil-
ity of a sand mine off Blue
Springs Road proved to be a
big attraction.
There were a few key
people, however, not in at-
*tendance: The Planning
Commission fell one. com-
missioner short of a quorum,
with four of the seven com-
missioners absent, essen-
tially canceling the meeting.
The crowd was informed the
Commission will take up the
issue at its next meeting on
Jan. 8,2008.
That issue involves Hu-
bert Sikes Jr., who has ap-
plied for a Type V. exception
on a 158-acre parcel. On
Tuesday, he sat near the
'front of the meeting hall
with supporters and plans
for what he has described
as a low-income housing
community built around
a man-made pond. Other
members of the community
sat scattered about the hall
discussing how a mining
operation might imperil the
area's water supply.
"In my four-and-a-half
years of serving, it's only the
second time" this happened,
said Commissioner Tonya
Northwest Florida Wa-
ter Management District
has been purchasing prop-
erty in southern Washington
To date, about $50 million
has been spent on more than
41,000 acres surrounding
Econfina Creek. The district
has deemed the area to be of
environmental importance,
as the creek empties into
Deer Point Lake, Bay Coun-
ty's water supply. Nearby
springs form a flowing sub-
terranean network, making
them all the more vulnerable
to contamination.
"We wanted it for ad-
ditional groundwater re-

charge," Bill Cleckley, the
district's director, division
of land management and
acquisition, said of the pur-
chase. "It.was to protect Bay
County's water supply."
The district attempted
to purchase St. Joe land
but were unable to afford
the asking price. In June,
Deerpoint Cove purchased
St. Joe's 158-acre parcel for

I think it's time we did something
about these windows.

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Washington County Crimestoppers
is offering a reward of up to

For information leading to the capture and conviction of
individuals involved in the September 27th aggravated
assault at a home on Hwy 277 in Chipley. Witnessed de-
scribe the suspect as a male approximately 6'3" to 6'5"
wearing a black mask, dressed in black clothes with
black gloves. The armed suspect attempted to gain en-
try to the home and after a brief struggle with the home
owner, fled on foot.

Please contact Crimestoppers at 638-TIPS (8477).

4, Washington County News, Saturday, December 8, 2007
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'Operation Gratitude'
Florida Fireants 4-H Club recently completed a service project. They collected
items to send to the troops in Iraq through "Operation Gratitude." Members
wrote letters expressing thanks to the military for serving our country.

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Dr. Snare retires
Dr. Robert W. Snare was honored by the Washington County chapter of the.
Panhandle Medical Association Monday night at Gloria's in Chipley. Snare
graduated from the University of Miami Medical School and after five years
in the Army came to Chipley in 1979 at the behest of Richard Holiday, who
was recruiting doctors for then new Chipley hospital. He was also the grand-
son of a doctor, Dr. John Tower of Homestead. Snare served as an OBGYN
for about six years and practiced general surgery and family medicine after
that. Left: Snare was honored with a plaque by incoming Medical Society
President Dr. James Clemmons and Outgoing President Dr. Samuel Ward.
Right: Snare and his wife, Joyce (who worked in his office for many years,)
were also honored with a painting for their beach house.

5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Chipley Junior Woman's
Club members held their an-
nual Breakfast with Santa at
Kate M. Smith Elementary
Josephine McClammery
of Chipley published a book
of poetry titled "Red Clay
Paul Smith was new pas-
tor of First Free Will Baptist
Church in Chipley. He and
wife, Gail, moved to the area
from Fayetteville, Ga.
New County Judge Colby
Peel received a plaque from
Tommy McDonald (dressed
as Santa) for his three years
of service as Chipley City
The Town of Wausau
filed a grant application for
$600,000 from CDBG.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Frances Pettis was ap-
pointed to fill the school
board seat left vacant by the
death of her husband. Earl
Pettis. The term was for one
Laurell Harvey was new
postmaster in Wausau. She
was sworn in during a Sun-
day afternoon ceremony.
Ouida Pitts and Juanita
Lewis were recognized as
Gold Star mothers at the
1997 Early Bird dinner held
by VFW Post 10085. Com-
mander Andy Taylor intro-
duced them.
Trooper Milton Brown
was lauded for his brave ef-
forts in rescuing Karen Gilley
from a burning car wreck
near Ebro.
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Steven C. Garnett was
called as pastor of Oakie
Ridge Baptist Church in
Rose Taylor retired from
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital in Chipley, after
20 years of nursing.
Zack Gray won a tro-
phy for senior showmanship
at the Washington County
Youth Fair. Jenny Jefferson
also earned a senior show-
manship award.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Melody and Valarie Ste-
venson of Vernon, Indian
princesses of the Lower Creek
Muscogee tribe, danced for.
visitors at the annual youth

James Wood, Wausau king
and premier hog caller, was
welcomed to Key West with
a big sign erected in front of
the Quality Inn there.
Ken Henderson, corre-
spondent for Sunny Hills,
said a meeting of hunters and
landowners held in his town
turned out to be something
like smoking a peace pipe.
65 YEARS AGO, 1942
The piano students of
Miss John Jordan presented
a recital at the Jordan home.
Among them were Sarah
Kate Carter and Sarah Wat-
Mrs. Elvie Yates was in
Lake City attending a meet-
ing of tax assessors. She vis-
ited friends in Tampa before
returning home.
Otis Hinson and Carl Sow-
ell of the U.S. Navy spent a
furlough at their homes in
55 YEARS AGO, 1952
The library at Chipley
Methodist Church was for-
mally dedicated Dec. 7, 1952.
It was a project of the WSCS.
Mrs. William Masker, presi-

dent, conducted the pro-
CHS graduates Kenneth
Osburn, Joe Bryant Tharp,
John Slay and Howard Cham-
bers left for four-year hitches
in the U.S. Navy.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Williams of Panama City
were weekend guests of her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Span Braxton.
75 YEARS AGO, 1932
Miss Hattie Gardner of
Panama City was a guest of
her brother, D.W. Gardner,
and family during the week.
Mrs. N.N. Baggett and lit-
tle daughter, Madge, returned
from a week's visit with rela-
tives in Atlanta, Ga.
Mrs. C.O. Johnson and
children .spent Monday and
Tuesday in Tallahassee as
guests of Mrs. H.H. Wells.
100 YEARS AGO, 1907
Bee Brooks, the wire mer-
chant in Vernon, called on
friends in Chipley while on
his way to Bradford.
Miss Exia McQuagge
came from school to'spend
the weekend with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M.O.

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Craftsman to hang up

truck tools after 2008

Craftsman will be out as
title sponsor of the Truck
Series after the 2008 season,
NASCAR said on Tuesday.
The Kansas City Star reported
in Tuesday's editions that the
Sears brand will forego its
sponsorship after Craftsman's
contract with NASCAR ends
after next year.
No new title sponsor has
been found to replace
Craftsman, but a search soon
will be under way, NASCAR
chief marketing officer Steve
Phelps said.
"Craftsman has been a
great, longstanding partner and
intends to remain in the sport,"
Phelps said in a joint
announcement, with Sears.
"The current series name will
continue through the 2008 sea-
son with the same great com-
mitment Craftsman has
demonstrated throughout its
13-year history as the series'
entitlement sponsor.
"The NASCAR Craftsman
Truck Series represents some
of the world's best racing; the
season championship has been
determined in the final race of
the year in 12 of 13 seasons --
including 2007," Phelps said.
"The series continues to attract
some of NASCAR's most avid
fans because of its intense,
side-by-side competition.'
Craftsman has been the
title sponsor since 1995, the

year NASCAR founded the
series. During the past 13 sea-
sons, the trucks have featured
some of-NASCAR's best rac-'
ing. Television ratings in terms
of total viewership have grown
almost every season.
Scott Howard, manager of
marketing partnerships and
activation for Sears, told The
Star that his company had been
in discussions with NASCAR
about continuing sponsorship
of the series for the past sever-
al months.
But, he said, "We have
come to the decision that we're
going to be giving up our title
sponsorship to the NASCAR
Craftsman Truck series at the
end of 2008. We are fully com-
mitted to the series until the
end of next season."
Howard said that
Craftsman does not plan to
withdraw fully from
NASCAR. He said his compa-
ny will continue exploring
efforts to maintain a presence
in the series.
Earlier this year,
NASCAR's other top series --
the Nextel Cup series and the
Busch series -- announced that
they were changing their
.Sprint Cup will become the
name of the top series begin-
ning in 2008, and Busch Series
will become the Nationwide

Spears Racing closes

doors on truck team

Former Snowball Derby
Champion Clay Rogers was
riding high heading into the
40th Annual Snowball Derby
after driving the No. 75 Spears
Rogers had driven in 13
races this season after taking
over for Dennis Setzer and fin-
ished 27th in the Ford 200 at
Homestead-Miami Speedway.
But on Nov. 30 Rogers
and the rest of the racing com-
munity was shocked to hear
Wayne and Connie Spears
were closing down their
NASCAR Craftsman Truck
Series operation.
In a letter posted on the
teams website announcing the
news, it stated "In the last cou-
ple of years business and the
demands of travel have left no
time for us to b6 hands on with
the team," stated Wayne
Spears. "Connie and I have to
miss too many races and we
feel like we leave the team

RidiNq ThE


Driver Kyle Petty
Owner Kyle Petty
Points: 2814
Points out of 34th: 42
Points ahead of 36th: 147
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Bill Davis
35 Kyle Petty
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Dietrich Mateschitz

without the help and support
they deserve.
"Walking away from our
team and parking the No. 75 is
like losing one's closest
Spears Racing has been a
part of the truck series since
it's inception.
"To us, racing was not a
business, it was more like a
big family," said Spears. "And
not being able to spend
enough time with our family
has been unfair to the both of
"We want to express the
utmost thanks to every team
member who has ever worn
the No. 75. It's been a pleasure
being a part of this racing
community, and we are espe-
cially proud to have been affil-
iated with the Chevrolet
Rogers finished fifth on
Sunday in the Snowball
Derby, but his future still

Johnny Sauter
Dave Blaney
Kyle Petty
Bill Elliott
Scott Riggs
Brian Vickers


Saturday, December 5, 2007, Washington County News, 5

Wallace looking to '08

N Second generation racer looking to finish stronger

Steve Wallace was hoping the waters in Pensacola would help
his ailing racing luck, but the son of former NEXTEL Cup
Champion Rusty Wallace didn't get such a chance.
After winning a last chance qualifier his car was found to be too
light and he was disqualified.
But the ups and downs of racing are -' "
something the younger Wallace
getting use to. " ,^ :' ' "..',' . .
"In the Busch Series we
have been competitive and ,
gave it 110 percent," said '.
Wallace, who finished the
year with two poles. "It is
hard to compete against the
Cup regulars, but we had a
lot of successthis season.
"We tried to make the
best of it, but at the same time .
I made a few rookie mistakes |
and %\e had some motor
issues as \ell.'"
Despue more than dou-

average starts and finishes fall.
In 2006, Wallace posted an average start of 17.7 and finish of
24.4 over the course of 17 starts, but in 2007 he appeared in 34
events with an average start of 22.2 and finish of 27.5.
"Homestead is just one of the examples of our luck this season
during a race," said Wallace. "We started 14th and just happened to
lose the car in the comer.
"Our car was really fast and running up front, but it just didn't
happen for us"
Wallace's misfortune occurred on lap 163.
But the former INEX Bandolero Champion can say he
has a step up on his father and uncle Kenny by winning the
Snowball Derby at the age of 17 in 2004.
.. He has also claimed the UARA Rookie of the Year
title and two wins in the ARCA-RE/MAX Series -
Michigan, International Speedway and Kentucky Motor
The hardest part for him at times could be the different
feel of the cars.
"Racing here in the derby compared to the Busch Series is
like going from NEXTEL Cup to late models," said Wallace.
- "But this is a fun place to come and race
"This .is the ume of
yecu \%hen the big league
track. ha% e closed do% n
and it is a %er) enjo. able
time for me

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After Ford 400
Driver Behind
1. Jimmie Johnson
2. Jeff Gordon
3. Clint Bowyer
4. Matt Kenseth
5. Kyle Busch
6. Tony Stewart
7. Kurt Busch
8. Jeff Burton
9. Carl Edwards
10. Kevin Harvick

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After Ford 300
1. Carl Edwards
2. David Reutimann
3. Jason Leffler
4. Kevin Harvick
5. David Ragan
6. Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
7. Stephen Leicht
8. Marcos Ambrose
9. Greg Biffle
10. Matt Kenseth


After Ford 200
1. Ron Homaday
2. Mike Skinner
3. Johnny Benson
4. Todd Bodine
5. Rick Crawford
6. Travis Kvapil
7. Ted Musgrave
8. Matt Crafton
9. Jack Sprague
10. David Starr


ARCA Final Standings
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Michael McDowell -250
3. Dexter Bean -815
4. Justin Allgaier -855
5. Justin Marks -910
6. Phillip McGilton -960
7. Patrick Sheltra -1,090
8. Justin South -1,325
9. Bryan Silas -1,570
10. Josh Krug -1,625

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6, Washington County News, Saturday, December 8, 2007

Stray dog problem? Here is how to get help in Washington County

Managing Editor
Editor's Note: Part of this
article did not run Wednes-
day, and at the request of
several callers and mailers
it will run today.
A resident in the area of
Pioneer Road near Roland
Road in Washington County
brought several pictures
to the Washington County
News recently of an aban-
doned stray dog wandering
the community. The animal,
which was dropped off with
a second dog, appeared to
have once been someone's
pet from the collar she was
The black-and-white dog
appeared to have no idea
how to survive outdoors and
was slowly starving to death.
The resident fed the dog a
few times, but its health was
steadily declining.
The man who brought
the photos asked to remain
anonymous, but he had
things to say to the person
who abandoned the starving
"Your dog is still wait-
ing for you," the resident
said. "It's near where you
dropped it off. I haven't seen
the other one for a couple of
days; probably the coyotes
got it. There are a lot of them

around here.
"Why can't you just take
it to the animal shelter? Or
at least put a bullet through
its head and bury it - sure
would be better than starving
to death."
The resident said there
was already a stray animal
problem in the area. "The
people living in this area
are not going to take them
in. We have more dogs and
cats than we would like to
have now because we tried
to save some, but people just
keep bringing them.
"Please don't dump your
animals - we can't help
Washington County Ani-
mal Control picks up stray
animals. Animal Control
Officers J.B. Roney and
W.L. Wages handle up to
150 calls a month, and there
are procedures for arranging
to have them pick up stray
animals. The first is proper
identification and providing
a contact and the correct
"Call 638-6306 and leave
a message with your name,
address and phone number,"
Roney said Friday. "You
would be surprised how
many people call and say
they have a dog out there
and that's it."
Roney said that service is

Submitted photo
A resident in the area of Pioneer Road near Ro-
land Road in Washington County brought several
pictures to the Washington County News of an
abandoned stray dog wandering the community.

available 24/7 but expect to
leave a message. With only
two county animal control
officers chances are they are
out on a call.
Roney said officers return
calls as soon as possible to
verify the situation and enter
the data in the computer.
"The more information we
have before we get there, the
better we will be able to deal
with it," he said. Provide a
basic description of the ani-
mal and the situation. Also

tell the officers if a family
pet is at the scene and if it
the animal is confined so
there will be no mistake in
the pickup. Without a clear
description the officer can-
not make a pickup.
Depending on the sever-
ity of the problem one of
them will be there as soon
as possible. If the animal is
clearly ready to attack or has
attacked, call the Washing-
ton County Sheriff's Office
at 638-6111. If it is a wild

animal, contact the Florida
Wildlife Commission.
Roney said the officers do
not ride around in the county
looking for strays. They do
ride in Chipley, which is
permitted under municipal
ordinance. They do emer-
gency calls, including calls
for large animals like horses
or cattle.
They also do welfare
checks on horses and check
to see if the animals are
improving after an initial
check. ,
"Most of those investiga-
tions are based on good com-
mon sense," Roney said.
Roney said that Animal
Control does not pick up
pets someone just wants to
get rid of. The only excep-
tion is a very elderly person
who clearly cannot care for
a pet any longer.
"Older people have paid
their dues, and it's our job to
take care of them," .Roney
said. "But as a general rule
we do not pick up unwanted

Pickups are taken to Ani-
mal Control of West Florida
at 686 East Hwy. 90 (the
old chicken place). Animals
are kept for five calendar
days, not five working days
like the old Chipley animal
shelter. "If you think your
pet has been picked up call
us as soon as possible,"
Roney said.
The staff at the shelter
cannot release an animal;
only county animal control
officers can do that. Also,
only county officers can col-
lect the impound fee.
Roney said the reason
that ACWF only keeps ani-
mals for five days is the large
number they take in. ACWF
has contracts with govern-
ment in Jackson, Walton
and Washington counties
to house pickups, and they
house about 1,000 a month.
Plenty of those animals
come from Washington
County. "We average 140-
150 a month some months,"
Roney said. They picked up
about 50 in November.

Chipley City Council
,n g Chipley City Council
to hold a council meeting
Thursday, Dec. 13 at 6 p.m.
Smin City Hall Council cham-
S. . . bers, 1442 Jackson Ave.,
File photo Work in Vernon
WCOA Christmas luncheon Dec. 12 Weather permitting; mo-
Washington County Council on Aging will hold its tourists traveling SR 79, be-
annual Christmas program and luncheon from 10 tween CR 284 and Court
a.m. to 1 p.m., Dec. 12 at the Ag Center in Chipley. Street in Vernon will en-
Entertainment will be provided by the Webb family counter intermittent lane
of Chipley (above). There will also be door prizes, restrictions Tuesday, De-
Call 638-6216 or 638-6217.

Tour of Homes Sunday
The annual Christmas Tour of Homes sponsored by the
Chipley Woman's Club is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 9,
from 1-5 p.m. The tour begins at the Woman's Clubhouse
located at 607 Fifth Str. in Chipley where tour maps and
refreshments will be available. Tickets are $8 for adults and
teens and $5 for ages 5-12. They may be purchased in ad-
vance from a club member or by calling 638-8889. They also
will be available at the clubhouse on the day of the tour.




* 326-1792*

Dr. Samuel Miller

Town of Caryville

Saturday, Dec. 15 * 9 am til Noon
Next to City Hall in Caryville

. member 11, between 8 a.m.
and 6 p.m. as crews from
Environmental and Geo-
technical Specialists, Inc.
perform pavement coring
operations. Motorists are
reminded to use caution and
to obey the posted speed
limit when traveling through
the work zone.


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Come and Play in Bonifay, It's Worth the Drive!
850-547-4653 \
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Chuck & Connie Mason, New Owners


The Planning Commission of the City of Chipley, Florida, will conduct a Pub-
lic Hearing in the City Hall Council Chambers, at 1442 Jackson Avenue, on
Tuesday, December 18, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. The purpose of the hearing is to review and
consider the following request:

1. Request for a Development Order: The request is for the City to allow a
relocation of the existing Edmondson Ice House from its old location to a new site
approximately 350' north on to a new site located in the now existing parking lot
area at Washington Square. Parcel ID #: 00-2218-0000. Location: 1414 Main Street.
Petitioner: Ken Edmondson. Legal Description: Sec 9, Township 4, North, Range
13, West, Washington County Florida.

The subject property is more specifically designated in the map reflected herein:

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inquiries regarding the hearing or any person requiring a special accommodation

because of a disability or physical impairment, including speech or hearing impair-
ments, should contact the City Administrator's Office at least (3) calendar days prior
to the hearing.

Jim Lassiter
Code Enforcement Officer


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Owner Operators Wanted for Long Haul
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Yours. 2 Years OTR Experience and Good
Driving Record Required. 100% Fuel
Surcharge and Fuel Discounts passed on to
you. Paul Magana (800)274-9076.

Homes For Rent

3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $26,300! Only
$209/Mo! 5% down 20 years @ 8%
apr. Buy, 6/BR $199/Mo! For listings
(800)366-9783 Ext 5798.

HUD HOMES! 3BR/2BA $209/mo! 6/
BR Foreclosure! $199/mo! Stop Renting!
5% dw, 20 yrs @ 8% apr For Listings
(800)366-9783 Ext 5853.

Homes For Sale

1100 - Legal Advertising
1110 - Classified Notices
1120 - Public Notices/
1130 - Adoptions
1140 - Happy Ads
1150 - Personals
1160 - Lost
1170 - Found

1100 1 100 1100 1
ion are the only other al- Estate SON AVE., SUITE 101,
ternatives accepted. Said property being in the CHIPLEY, FLORIDA
As published in the Wash- county of Washington, 32428, OR TELEPHONE
ington County News De- State of Florida. Unless (850) 638-6008 EXT 232.
member 1, 8, 15, 22, 2007 such certificated shall be AMOUNT TO REDEEM
redeemed according to FOR December
NOTICE OF APPLICA- the law, the property de- $ 2,206.08 IN U.S. CUR-
TION FOR TAX DEED scribed shall be sold to RENCY ONLY.
Notice is hereby given, the highest bidder at the AMOUNT TO REDEEM
that Simon or EW Price courthouse door on Janu- FOR January $2,237.22 IN
the holder of the following ary 21, 2008 at 10:00 AM. U.S. CURRENCY ONLY.
certificate, has filed said Dated this 21 day of No- No Personal Checks Ac-
certificate for a Tax Deed vember, 2007 cepted.
to be issued thereon. The LINDA HAYES COOK Cashier's Checks, Money
certificate number and CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT Orders, and Western Un-
year of issuance, the de- COURT ion are the only other al-
scription of the property, WASHINGTON COUNTY, ternatives accepted.
and the names in which it FLORIDA As published in the Wash-
was assessed are as fol- BY: J C Rogers, Deputy ington County News De-
lows : Clerk cember 1, 8, 15, 22, 2007.
ERTY: WHICH YOU OWN IN Notice is hereby given,
Parcel # 00-4865-0000 WHICH YOU HAVE LE- that Ethel & Matthew
Lot No. 8 & Lot No. 9, in GAL INTEREST. THE Dillioh the holder of the
Block No. 1 in the N 1/2 of PROPERTY WILL BE following certificate, has
the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- filed said certificate for a
according to the J. W. TION ON January 21, Tax Deed to be issued
Sapp Plat of the SW 1/4 of 2008 UNLESS THE BACK thereon. The certificate
the NW 1/4 of Section 35, TAXES ARE PAID. TO number and year of issu-
Township 3 North, Range MAKE ARRANGEMENTS ance, the description of
15 West on file in the Of- FOR PAYMENT OR TO the property, and the
fice of the Circuit Court of RECEIVE FURTHER IN- names in which it was as-
Washington County, Flor- FORMATION, CONTACT sessed are as follows :
Parcel # 00-1147-0000
Buy, 6/BR $199/Mo! For listings (800)366- Lot number 112 in Chipley
Heights, Dekle Land Com-
9783 Ext 5760. pany subdivision of the
West half of the Southwest
Quarter of Section 3,
Township 4 North, Range
13 West, as per plat on file
Miscellaneous in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Wash-
ington County, Florida.
SESSED: Mattie Powell &
paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA Daisy Richardson
approved program. Financial aid if qualified Said property being in the
county of Washington,
- Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation State of Florida. Unless
Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387. such certificated shall be
Institute of Maintenance (888)349-5387. redeemed according to
the law, the property de-
scribed shall be sold to
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from the highest bidder at the
home. Medical, business, paralegal, courthouse door on Janu-
computers, criminal justice. Job placement Dated this 21 day of No-
vember , 2007
assistance. Financial aid and computer LINDA HAYES COOK
provided if qualified. Call (866)858-2121, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com. WASHINGTON COUNTY,
BY: J C Rogers, Deputy
TODAY! REF #FL07. TION ON January 21,
Financing. 4.75% int./ 5% Down/From SON AVE., SUITE 101,
$120k-250k. Immediate Occupancy. Call 32428, OR TELEPHONE
(850) 638-6008 EXT 232.
(888)862-3572 or www.towerhomes.com. AMOUNT TO REDEEM
FOR December
$1,365.02 IN U.S. CUR-
NC Mountains 2 acres with great view, RENCY ONLY.
very private, big trees, waterfalls & large FOR January $1,384.23 IN
public lake nearby, $69,500. Call now U.S. CURRENCY ONLY.

3-35 Acre Tracts near Moultrie, GA. I
Wooded acreage with lots of paved road
frontage. $8,000 per acre. Call Norris
Bishop Realty @ (229)890-1186.

5000sqft custom built home on 10 acres.
Includes stocked pond, dock, pond house,
located 10 minutes south of Tifton, GA. * *
Great location! Call Norris Bishop Realty
@ (229)0118 c&C Bookkeeping and
@ (229)890-1186. Tax Service. Open 5 days
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call
Beautiful NC Mountains - Boone,
Blowing Rock, Banner Elk. Let the local
experts at MAP Realty find that perfect
property for you. (828)262-5655 or e a Vn
Headliners and Vinyl
www.maprealtyboone.com. Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
work at your home or
workplace. Reasonable
- ..- -. . rates on new vinyl tops
S;,,. . .... and auto carpeting. Free
Nir _estimates. Call anytime,
... leave message. (850)

These tiny ads
- . ' ' '*and inform for
Classified j Display M ro Daily thousands of
I families each
': week. Let a little
~~~______~~___Classified ad do a
(Week of Dec. 10, 2007 ) big job for you.
)( ^*BXH~BB^M

Carpentry, pressure For Rent first in Chipley,
washing, lawn care, patio Mini Warehouses. If you
& window re-screening, don't have the room, "We
great rates. (850)638-4492 Do" Lamar Townsend
(850)638-4539, north of
J&J Cabinet Shop. For all Townsends.
your kitchen cabinets and
house repair needs. Call Mini Storage in Chipley.
James S. Howell (850) All sizes for rent. We
535-2839; 260-1619 furnish the lock.

Sod For Sale on the farm,
delivered or installed. Tractor Work- Bushhogg-
Centipede and 419 Ber- ing, Grading, Disking. 2
muda. West Florida Turf Kubota front-end loader, 1
(850)638-4860; small excavator for ditch
(850415-0385. Established work. 373-8922.
Sod Sod Sod Quality you
can depend on. Irrigated,
weed & pest controlled.
Centipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine and
tine. Delivery and installa- Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
tion available. 8 miles SW guaranteed service on all
of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Free
tomer hauling. Call any- estimates. Western Auto,
time. Billy and Leola Brock 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
(850) 638-1202; 326-1500 fay. 547-3910

$209/Mo! 5% down 20 years @ 8% apr.

$800/day? 30 Machines, Free Candy All

3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $26,300,! Only


No Personal Checks Ac- For Sale: AKC Registered
cepted. blood Hound puppies.
Cashier's Checks, Money Champion Blood lines.
Orders, and Western Un- Ready for Christmas. Call
ion are the only other al- 334-790-7861
ternatives accepted.
As published in the Wash-
ington County News De-
cember 1, 8, 15, 22, 2007. 13
Cow/Calf pairs, black li-
mousin, $1,000. a pair.
100B i Black and red bulls
1100 $-$1,200. to $1,500. Call
COLOR SELLS! 850-956-269
Get Your Classified
Ad In
Call now for details
and be noticed!

CET 3100-Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
JOB DOE! 3130 - Auctions
S3140 -Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
Call one of our 3160 ~ Business
Call Oneo Ou Equipment
a p 3170 -Collectibles
ad-visors" and put the 3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
Classified to 3200 - Firewood
3210 - Free Pass It On
WORK FOR YOU! 3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
WASHINGTON COUNTY 3250 - Good Things to Eat
WASHINGTON COUNTY 3260 - Health & Fitness
NEWS 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
(850) 638.0212 3280 - Machinery/
(850) 638-0212 Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
HOLMES COUNTY 3300 - Miscellaneous
TIMES.ADVERTISER 3310 - Musical Instruments
TIMESADVERTISER 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
(850) 547-9414 Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
S: " 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)

VAL - Dec 8- Vemrnon. - Opening Soon
Need craft vendors - opening oon
Set up fee $10.00. Call ANTIQUES & INTERIORS
Ann 535-0670 or Betty MARKET PRIME LOCA-
535-9603 TION 12,000 SQ FT HWY
paid for Florida County OF ANTIQUES & INTERI-
auto tags dated ORS CALL 624-1194
1911-1917. Also want Wanted To Buy antiques,
plates before 1956, es-t anted To Buy antiques
specially Washington collectibles, gold, silver,
and Holmes Co tags dinnerware, collections,
with #50 and 51 prefix. paintings, call Al Schmidt
Jeff Francis 850-638-7304
727-345-6627 or chnail

Big Big Christmas Auc-
| 1170 tion December 15, 2007,
Found: white and brown 6:00 p.m. Location; old
rat terrier with collar, livestock auction barn
Found near Son-In-Law Hwy. 2 Graceville, FLor-
Road. Please Call ida. Marty Caudill, Fla. Lic
850-547-5652 #AU3175

Firewood For Sale;
, ' pickup or delivery, 1/, 1/2,
- or full cord. All seasoned
I I * hardwood. Call for prices
Sand availability.
| RPM. A m'I&_ . 850-209-5370
2100- Pets Green oak fireplace
2110- Pets: Free to wood with dry wood for
2120 - Pet Supplies sale. $60.00 for a good
2130 - Farm Animals/ load. Call 547-0828
2140 - Pets/Livestock

B&B Furniture 1342
2100 North RR Avenue, Chip-
For Sale: 3 month old ley. We pay cash for
Yorkie female no papers clean, quality furniture.
asking $450.00 call 850-557-0211 or
850-638-3038 after 5:00 850-415-6866. Ask for
pm Pasco or Carolyn

Washington County News * Saturday, December 8, 2007 * 8 0

2 1 t3340 4100 -1004 600h 11 70 . 61701 7160
Furniture & Mattresses Hunting General Executive Office For Rent House 2BD/1BA 3BR/2bath Doublewide Very Nice 16x80 5 ac., high and dry, on 1990 Cadill Deville
Low, low, low overhead space for lease on $500 month, $350 de- Trailer for rent in Bonifay. 3BD/2BA all electric, con- Gilbert Mill Rd.. Has old 1990 Cadillac Devlle.
guarantees low, low, low HUNTING LEASE Now Hiring Restaurant Brickyard Rd. Great posit. Trailer 3BD/2BA Call 850-547-3462 veniently located in Chip- mobile home, deep well, Clean, good condition.
prices. P&S Discount Fur- WANTED by Panama City Staff!l Dishwashers, location across from $475 month $300 deposit. ley. $575 month plus de- large trees. Price reduced Maiatoreaptr Struts,
nature, Chipley. (Since g r o u p . Cooks & Waite Staff. Chpley High School. Both just outside of town. ForRent 16x8n p3BR/2BAte eyosit. month pets. to $45,000. 638-8570rice Radiator, Heater Core, etc.
1973) 850638-4311 Woodland/farmland for Please apply at 115 N. 638-7700 Call 638-3883 or Mobile Home on private posit. No pets. to $45,000. 638-8570 $1,600 Or Best Offer.
deer & dove. Will pay top Waukesha St., Bonifay, Fl. www.chipleyofficefor 527-5521. No Pets. land. 4.5 miles South of 850-638-0560 TENANTS HELP PAY 850-638-2282.
dee&dolla . Call Jaoh WueeateiyF w .clofc for ret BR Aa 1-10 in Chipley. $600.00 MORTGAGE: Four mobile
dollar. Call John lease.com For rent: 3BR/1BA all ap- month, $450.00 deposit. homes on 4-acres;
30 (850)774-0909. General Executive Office Space pliances, blinds, south- 850-258-0382. / , 3/2DW, 3/1SW, (2)-2/1SW. 1997 Chrysler Concord.
Big Yard Sale- December Help Wanted- Grill cook for rent downtown Chip- west colors ceiling fans Rent NicClose t twn; blcks ry d cnditi Runs
7th & 8th, Friday and Sat- Tuesday-Saturday. ley. 638-1918 deck, screened back For Rent Nice cleanse to town; blocks Very good condition. Runs
7thay. & 086 MtidayandSat-.Tue y- S8porch, attached shed, 3BR/2BA on Brickyard9p
urday. 1086 Main St., 535-1555. Office Space for Rent- 3 greenhouse, composer, Road East of Westpoint buyers costs. Juanita 850-260-4557.
Noma. We have some Golden Flake Snack private offices, 2nd floor, double carport, fenced S., no pets Day 638-8462, Stewar63 t 3514/849-4031
Christmas decorations Foods seek to h e AC/carpeted. Dunn back yard, no pets, in night638-1434 6w0 a1 1994/Cadillac Eldorada,
and lots of other stuff. Food seeking to ie ema Building. $350 plus tax. Chipley, close to everyth- For Rent, mobile home Buy iti excellent condition,
and lots of other stuff. enable route salesman. 850-579-2821. ing. $850/mo., 2BR/1bath located City of REAL ESTATE FOR SALE la ifi 147,000 miles, serviced
Big Yard Sale Friday and . Drug Free workplace. $60dost68-20_-Classified. e147,000 miles, ser
Saturday 8 till 2 - otsof Benefits. Call Mon- Fri . $650/deposit. 638-8220. Bonifay, $300.00 a month 7100- Homes Make your move to brakes3,000 miles, be
really good stuff, cheap, .MfEN 800-239 -1462 Progressive Realty plus deposit. No pets. 7110 - Beach Home/ Make your move brakes, hoses belts.
new and used items. 04100- Help Wsnted i 8 21 For Rent: 3BR/1BA Leave a message Property the medium that's $4,000. 547-2980 more in-
Great Christmas gifts. 859 - loymn Healthcare a e LARGE house $350. a month, 850-547-2043 7120 - Commercial your number one formation, before 6p.m.
Orangehill Rd. Chipley - Information APARTMENTS-1BR Ponce de Leon. For Rent-2BR mobile 715-0 Towsnhcoese AsourceCof
next to Summberbook Permanent staff $450 S/D $200. 3BD/1BA 850-259-9113. home. 2 decks, CH/A, car- 7150- Lots and Acreage information about For Sale, 97 Cadillac Dev-
Apts. needed at $650 S/D $350. Downtown For rent; 3BR/2bath port. Nice area. Very 7160 - Mobile Homes/Lots homes for sale! ille, clean and dependa-
Big Yard Sale: Friday, & 41 SpectaCareo s Samson Chipley, convenient loca- house in Caryville, partly clean. 638-7009. 7170- Waterfront ble. $6000. Call
Saturday, December 7th & I A 100 Group Home. High tion. Rent includes stove, furnished, $625. month. For Rent-3/BR trailer, 7180 - Investment For all your housing 850-260-5375
8th, behind armory. Administrative/Support quied. ut mature, refrigerator, city water, 850-548-5331 or garden tub, den. Located 7190 - utof-Town needs-consult
(Bonifay) To much stuff to quired. Must be mature,
l(Bonifay) To much stuff to dependable, and a sewer, garbage. Everyth- 850-768-0429 in downtown Chipley area. Real Estate Classified - when
stYa omegood driving record. ing new. Sorry no pets or For Rent; 1 BR/lbath Deposit and first month 7200 -Timeshare it's time to buy, Park your car in
Friday-Saturday, Dec. 7th Secretary Varied days and varied HUD. 850-638-3306. house in Bonifay, rent. Call 638-8639.. its the resource on Classified and
&8th. Also 14th, 15th and Jackson County ARC is hours. Apply in person Apartment for rent 2Br/lbath mobile home in For Rent-Three, 2BR which to rely see it take off in th
21st, 22nd. 2414 Hwy 77, seeking a self motivated at The Samson Group 1BR/1 bath, fully furnished, Bonifay. No pets, Deposit mobile homes. Quiet park, which to rely. see t take off in the
3 miles south of 1-10. dependable and profes- Home, 10386 W. State utilities are included. No required. 547-5007 reasonable rent. In Ponce 1 7100 fast lane!
8:00-until. 5.5ft bar w/3 sional person who will be Hwy 52., Samson or Pets, security deposit of For Rent3BR/2BA house de Leon 535-2680 or
stools,jewelry, misc. a team player. Duties in- call 334-898-7423. $250. and $125. week. For Rent-3BR/2BA house e Leon. 849-5068 35-2680 or By owner 747 Gilbert
Sale Friday and clude processing mail EOE. Call 547-0989 6 7ey Drive, Chipley. Y
Garage Sale Friday and d d ots 638-4478. Mobile Home for rent. 3BR/1.�BA. Newly Re- ,
Sat, Dec 7th & 8th. 1134 daily deposits, Medicaid For rent Mo rB N
lola Dr., Chipley, around billing, answering multiple Healthcare Sleepy Hollow Publisher's 2BR/2iBA.E On Pioneern Rd, modeled. (w) 718-2268; 8160
Keys Corner, Orangehill phones lines, and filing. Apartments Notice 850-638-7315 or 4Blue32004 Suzuki SV650,
Hwy. Must be organized and You can have it all. 2BR/1 BA, water, garbage Notice850-638-7315 or Blue 2004 Suzuki SV 650,
capable of multi-tasking. & lawn care included. 850-850-527-4467. M-obief E 7k plus miles, excellent
LARGE ABANDONED Will work under the super- Life balance. Competi- HUD not accepted. A real estate advertising in UTOMO HMA for rnt INE condition With accesso-
GOODS SALE: Friday & vision of theEx. Director tive salary. Bar-setting 638-7128 the Fair Housing Act which (3/1 and 2/1), quiet area, 7150 100- Antique & Collectibles 386-397-2824.
Saturday, December 7th and provide administrative benefits. akes it illegal to advertise close to town/shopping RCEAT A Sres m se.$
and 8th, 2007. assistance to the Book- Graceland Manor Apart- m 8110 - Cars
and 8th, 2007. ments. Rental assistance any preference, limitation or Section 8 tenants wel- MP Enterprises Land 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8:00AM-5:00PM. Located keeper, HR Director and Recruiting now for the discrimination based on comedy. 850-260-2106. Sale and Finance. 5 acres 8130- Trucks For Sale: 1999 Suzuki Ka-
on the bypass (Maple Ave- other management team following positions in Handicapped and handicap, famiia status or Mobile Homes for rent in or more for houses only, 8140 - Vans
nue) Geneva, AL. Near ments are h igh school di- our Marianna service non-handicapped accessi- national origin, or an inten- Cottondale on Sapp Road, wooded & pasture. 3 mi- 815 Commrciallesand in excellent shape
ments are high school di- area.S
Courthouse. ploma with 2 years of sec- ble apartments. 850 tion, to make any such pref- 8 miles east of Chipley. 8170 -Auto with extras asking
LargepYadSale; omrni-rearwith 2xyearsn c-, with al-263-4464, TDD/T-ITY 711. erence, limitation or dis- BHighway 77,Gainor Rd.uth a
Large Yard Sale; furni- retail experience, with * Occupational 44crimination" Familialstatus 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA Hous Rd., Beade Rd & Acessories $320000 or best offer.
ture, glassware, house- excellent telephone and Therapist/COTA 5445 Brown Street, includes children under the available. Total electric. Houstoan Rd BeadCommunit Rd & A21 ce - ssories Call 850-638-3038 after
wares. Rain or shine, 12/7 oral communication skills, hyscaTherapist Graceville,FL. Equal age of 18 living with parents (850)258-4868; 209-8847 Duncan Community Rd.,8220 Persona Watercraft 5:00 pm
wares. Rain or shine, 12/7 communication *Physical housing authority www.charloscountryliv- (8 ) t Res, (5) figh acrs 820- SboatsMain
& 12/8, 8a.m. until? 1576 good math and writing *Home Health Aide housing authority or legal custodians, preg- www.charloscountryli- Buddacy Rdes () eight ac- 8230 - oats
Hwy. 177A Bonifay. skills. Excellent. PC skills *Registr Nurse New renovated apart- nant women and people s- g.co8240 - Bo & Marine
547-4059 in the use of Excel, Word, *Licensed Practical ments for rent in down- under 18. The Park at 2350 cash. Low down payment, 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
Yard Sale Golf-carts fu PowerPoint and internet. Nurse town Bonifay call for more 3BR/1BA $425 low monthly payments. 8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles *
nature treadmill, bowflex, JCARC is a drug free *Speech Language details 850 547-3530 or This newspaper will not 3BR/2BA $450 Call Milton Peel for infor- 8330 - Campers & Trailers 8170
appliances, x-box, gamerequirngpr- Pathologist Medical 50 547-5244 HUD ap- knowingly accept any adver 547-3746 nation 8506381858 8340 - Motorhomes
ceho -borgand employment drug screen *Licensed Medical So- proved. rising for real estate which is
cube, home decor and and FDLE, FBI and Local cial Workeroin violation of the law Our --- For Sale: New tires 205
much more. Dec 7th and Law Enforcement recordser Now taking applica- readers are -et ,'ey ,r au,, 4w017 $250 set
8th after 8am. 3624 Luci- check. Applicants must To apply or view a list- tions Sherwood Apts., in this newspaper are d aala- Te 258-5913, 980 watt 2
anne Dr-Millers Ferry Rd. posses a valid Florida ing of positions availa- 1413 Brickyard Rd., ble on a equal opportunity channel amplifier $180
Yard Sale; Friday & Sat- Drivers License with a ble, please visit Chipley. Between hours basis. To complain of dis- 638-2999, chrome
urday at 245 Hightower good driving record. Sub- www.amedisys.com 10:00a.m. & 2:00p.m., crimination call HUD toll-free wheels 16 inch-new 6
Ave. Bonifay. Baby furni- mit resume to JCARC, Phone: (866) 646-0407. Mon-Thurs at office. at 1-800-669- h9777. The lug $350, 258-5913
ture and clothes, misc 2973 Penn Ave, Marianne, EOE M/F/D/V Equal Opportunity toll-free number for the hear- Used tires 235 8516
items.FL 32448 no later than Fri, Housing Developent 1-80-927-9mp5. $145 all four 638-2999al
December 14, 2007. No for the Elderly, Disabled used tires 2055516 all
S phone calls please. Looking for outgoing en- & Handicap. T four $75 638-2999, An-
Web id #33968099 ergetic people, who like to Handicap.VER 40 HOM ES, CONDOS & LOTS ique bedroom set 10
help others. You can join 2 Hom es .. piece must see $2500
3240 Driver our team as a customer ' Including 2 Chipley Single Family Homes 258-5913
SGu tn Show* T service representative or a fm"n Small House partially fur- "Buy One or Both" SELLING TO THE HIGHEST BIDDERS Antique dining table 4
Dec 8th & 9th Tni-County Community tax professional. We are wished. Available for appli- chairs, server tiger oak
Nat'l Peanut Festival Bldg. Council, Inc. is accept- looking for experienced Now taking applica- cation Dec. 1st. Security $1400 258-5913, 20"
US 231 South ing applications for Driv- tax professionals and we tons at Marylane Apts, deposit $550 + $550 chr750e wheels 5 lug
Dothan, Alabama ers and a Dispatch offer a pay while you learn 410 W Indiana Ave., monthly rent. Smoke free $75
OVER 250 TABLES Dniver program Join America's 638-4282 or environment. No pets or
Quality Gun & Knife Show Best & Largest Tax Prep- 547-3324.2BR. Be- HUD. 850-638-1272
Sat., 9-5pm; Sun., 10-4pm Duties: Drivers- trans- aration Company today! tween 3:00p.m. &
port riders to a prede- Seasonal part-time and 5:00p.m., Mon, Weods,o
patcher- assign vohi- full-time positions availa- & Thurs. Equal Oppor- 2 -...
3300 cles to pick up loca- ble starting December 10. tunity Housing for 6170BW
2 Game Boys.Advance's tions to transport riders Send resumes to Familes. 14x70 2BD/2BA. All elec- 790 3rd Street, Chipley 761 3rd Street, Chipley Boston Whaler
with chargers - Great for to predetermined loca- resumes@rblce.com or trick, in Chipley, no pets 6 bedroom/2 bath, 3,100 sq. ft. 3 bedroom/2 bath, 1,780 sq. ft. 2006150 sport, 60 hp 4
Christmas,C1-red, 1-silver. tion H&R Block, 120 N. Wau- 12 1 $475 month plus deposit. stroke merc., like new,
$3 l 638-0690 kesha Street, Bonifay, FL W 850-638-0560 Chipley Auction Held On Site bimini, fish finder, full
each. Call Requirements: Must 32425 2BR Singlewide. Water & cushions, trailer, more.
EZ-GO golf-cart 2000 ex- be 25 years of age and Townhouse Apt for rent- garbage furnished. All Friday, December 14th @ 2 P.M. $15,000. (850) 774-2333
cellent condition, back have at least 5 years Needed experienced Ap-d A. Chipo electric. Front & back
seat, factory headlights, driving experience with- pliance Technician. Call 2R/ A hi porch. No pets Call 790 3rd St., Chipley, FL 32428 In cooperation with
tail lights, runs great out violations. Must Beasley Appliance @ 8 5 0 - 6 3 8 - 911 , Sheila Barbee .9- :
$1900. 535-4121 have at least a 850-373-7150 7 850-326-0044, or mobile 850.527.3038 - -
Finished shed, 12X24, in-Operator's nse with CDLPas- Other 850-326-2201. 3% Broker Participationnvited office 850.638.2777 8330
sulated, wired, carpeted, singer Endorsement or 4140 3BR/2 bath Mobile Homes
paneled, A.C, $4,000. 200 will be willing to obtain, Mystery Shoppers, get 3BR/2BA Home on Lucas for rent, $425. to $450. 1992 25ft Coachman
Amp power pole with 80 ft. agree to physical and paid to shop Retail/dining Lake Rd. $650 a month, month, $300. security De- travel trailer, self con-
wire. $350. 850-956-2642 background screening, establishments need un- $300 deposit. Pets apon posit, in Bonifay. Call r* 6 0 1 trained camper. Everything
For Sale- Armstrong 2V2 derercover clients to judge approval. Call 773-7232 or 850-896-0520. Accepting works. Needs a little work.
ton C/H split unit, heat Applications may be quality customer service. 625-7697. HudrSbet--- l-- ----- ------ - ---S1$2500 firm. 850-547-4859.
pump, 6yr old, $800. obtained at 1021 Eam up to $150. a day.
Sofa-sleeper, like new. Massalina Drive.PC For Call 18881.523-1013.
$250. 535-0011. Leave information call
message. 800-395-2696 Appl. iTrad'ec
-calons must be submt-
For Sale Murray Speed- ted by December 12 Want An Opportunity
way Go-Karts. 2 to iwn .A grownrg company
choose. 6 hp OHV, big Successful applicant WanI to world, haid and be
wheels. Seatbelts. $300 will be subject Io pro- rewarded ior ? Reed
each, both for $500. Call employmentri Cor,ncreie and Corstruc.L,- g..
362-2972 i,',n Inc ,n Bonilay would . L
For Sale washer and Only qualied applih- 1c ,:, ra l win C'u iii
dryer, good condition, cants all b e consid. 5 .547.5767 t
$150.00 both. Chihuahas ered . 1CF
puppies 6 weeks old Wanted: TriCounty .LS IFE.
$200. each. 547-5053 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Community Council,
EMPLOYER AND Inc, fa accepting appi. ad in -_ 9
Pasture land for row DRUG AND SMOKE casions lor Dr vers and _
cropping and hay field for FREE WORK PLACE a Dispatcher,,Drver - ....
lease in the 08 season _ Great Benefits. Duties -
850-638-8437 Educalional Drvers transport rers
Rolled Argentina Bahia to a pre-determined lo- ---
hay for sale. $35 per roll. Teacher Assislant calion Dispatcher. as-
or 850-832-2937. CounAl Irc isaccept. locations to transport
s i850-638-o4 ntICounc olin riders to preideermined *s t
This is to notify that I, appcalor s for the desalination. Applica-
Glenda Lentz, will no Head Slan Program. ihons may be oilanned
longer be responsible for Greal Benefils at 1021 Massalina
any debts incurred other Drive, PC For informa-
than my own as of RAssist ion call 18001395.2696
11/20/2007_ lea,:rer in all areas ol Applications must be van or
Tractor/IMT 560 deluxe, classroom as desig- sub1 tted by Ducemb er
1224 hours with finish rated n2 Successkl app.., are Wanting
Sunline/Saturn, 20 foot Minimum oualifcalions preemployment drug !11 you in
travel trailer. $7,000. High School iGED,. 3-6 lest Only qualified ap. ' run yourad i-"
excellent condition with months related exper, r p EhcanLs w PIl be consPd- u i ato
extras. Registered Quarter erce or training. ered EOUAL OPPOR. I locations for -
horse mare. Great with TUNITY EMPLOYER .. ...
kids, $900. Call Mus have Current AND DRUG AFD 8_ W EN E K S ---

Wanted to Rent- Farm dance coverage MusFO R --
ley, Bonifay area. Or background screening * "-l- --- inemesm
pasture land for cows. "j""f"i - $ 1---, ____-- -
850-718-1859 or ion and qualfiCahons 9-1
535-4602. call Sharon Kert. Ad-
ministrative Manager. at R O FoTHE.PRICE
ones. Ido housekeeping 850A543F RAR SVINGS OF $32.01 OFF THE REGULAR PRICE
reasonable price. Great Appicar., ns may be REAL ESTA
homemade cakes, fudge obtained lrorr, any 6100- Business, W or s , " - 8 W weeks - O ne LO W Price!
ences 850-638-9465,. Council offices and 6110 - Apaitmenis .

Will haul junk away. For submitted by December 6120 Beach Rentals .
iTo place your ad, call
sale 5.8 ford motor, 10 atJ 30 p m 6130 Condo'Townhouse . T O pla ce,.o ur..., c a ll
transmission parts only, 6140 HouseRenlalr..pa eyour
88 Nissan, 88-89 SuCCe.tsiul applicant 8350 Roommate Wanted.."'

sale 15.81for mr 1s 805-638-0212 * 850-547-9414
Thunderbird, 86 Ford Wilii DE SubleI t 1 6160 Rooms for Rent
F150. 850-415-1147 preoemploy-rient drug 8180 MOlTown Rentalsr6 3 8 =0 212 8 5 0=I4I=94I4
es1. 6190 Timeshare Rentals '. . ',,
EQUAL6OPPORTUNIUV5200 Vacation Rentals 'J.4i
S3320 EMPLOYER AND Washington County News
Leola Brock Nurseries0 DuG AND Stv1OK
srub.la nrdckaperi FREE WORKPLACE. - I Holm es County Tim es-Advertiser
shrubs. Landscape de- -^ ^ 2 Offices andior scores f ' -
sign, landscape contract- Front Desk & Night 1 250 .quare lee lor both "
ing, irrigation systems. Auditor job opening. Gre, ilocaon ,n down .' . '
1788 White Road, Bonifay, E..perien,-e .r, coin. .,,.'.r, B.-,,lay re l,-,r . iW weekly Advertiser
FL 32425 (Washington pu r.ers , r n p, rsor, -,00 eacr, all ;' '
County) (850)638-1202; 0 mlI nMrl , e ' c.547.3U rd p;20 rds. Personal ads only, no dealers.

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