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IN THE NEWS

Green construction
presentation
Dr. Jennifer Languell,
founder and President of
Trifecta Construction
Solutions of Fort Myers, will
present an educational
session to the public on
green construction, green
developments and the green
local government standards
created by the Florida Green
Building Coalition
Dec. 19 at 9 a,m.
at the Washington County
Annex, 1331 South Blvd., in
Chipley. The purpose
of this session is to aid the
Washington County Plan-
ning Commission in
preparing the Evaluation
and Appraisal Report as part
of the Comp Plan
update. The public is invited
to attend.
More at
www.chipleypaper.com

NASCAR Pit Stop
Geoffrey Bodine was'
watching the 2002 Winter
Olympics when he heard
John Morgan talking about
not using U.S. equipment
when it comes to bobsled
racing. Now Bodine has
taken and mixed his
knowledge of racing to
the ice to help the America
bobsled effort with modern
equipment.
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Sheriff Bobby Haddock and Investigator Mark Collins are joined by the staff at Lane's
Outdoor Equipment as five recovered lawn tractors are returned to the store Tuesday.


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JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Angie and Johnny Lane of
Lane's Outdoor Equipment were
the happiest people in Chipley
Tuesday afternoon as Inspector
Mark Collins and Washington
County Sheriff Bobby Haddock
pulled up with $55,000 worth of
lawn tractors.
"We're elated," Angie Lane
said.
The five Scag Turf Tigers were
stolen from a storage building
during the early morning hours
Nov. 3. Lane discovered the trac-
tors were stolen the next Monday
morning, and Collins has been on
the case ever since.
It turns out the tractors were
stolen by two juveniles from
Foley, Ala. who wanted new
pickup trucks and didn't want to
work to earn the. money for the
trucks. The two boys did some
research and knew just what they
were looking for.
"Their goal was to find a Gold
Scag dealer," Collins said. "They
searched the Internet and the first
name that came up was Lane's."
The boys stole the tractors
and apparently a good deal more
throughout the region, Collins
said. They took two tractors to
Silver Hill, Ala., and two to Mo-
lino, just north of Cantonment.
Collins and other deputies


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Angie Lane drives one of the recovered tractors to its stor-
age space.
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gathered up the serial numbers
and pictures of the Turf Tigers,
and got the word out to law en-
forcemefit throughout the region.
This included posting Crimestop-
pers notices with local media and
passing out fliers with the help of
citizens.
Foley and Silver Hill police
departments and Baldwin County
Sheriff's Department were inves-
tigating a series of thefts, and as
a result pulled in one of the boys,
for questioning. Collins said he
gave nothing up, but investiga-


tors knew he had a partner. The
second suspect was more forth-
coming.
"He spilled his guts on ev-
erything they had stolen," Foley
said.
Two of the mowers were re-
covered from a storage facility
in Silver Hill and the other three
mowers were discovered at a
storage facility owned by one of
the suspect's parents in Molino.
Collins said the stolen lawn

See TRACTORS, page 3


Vernon named a top high school by USNWR


Vernon High School was se-
lected and received the bronze
award out of 18,790 high schools
in the nation to be one of the best
according the criteria developed by
U. S. News and World Report. The
Dec. 10 issue has all the details, ac-
cording to a VHS news release.
All the schools were involved
in a three-step process, with VHS
passing with high colors the first
two steps. Due to the lack of ad-
vanced placement courses during
the 2005-2006 school year, VHS
was not eligible to continue into the


last step, but just getting through
the first two was a great honor.
"Vernon High School faculty and
staff are very excited about this na-
tional recognition," said Dr. Sandra
Cook of VHS.
The 2008 U.S.News & World
Report America's Best High
Schools methodology report was
developed by School Evaluation
Services, a K-12 education data
research business run by Standard
& Poor's, is based on the key prin-
ciples that a great high school must
serve all its students well, not just


those who are bound for college,
and that it must be able to produce
measurable academic outcomes
that show the school is successfully
educating its student body across a
range of performance indicators.
They analyzed 18,790 public
high schools in 40 states using data
from the 2005-2006 school year.
This is the total number of public
high schools in each state that had
grade 12 enrollment and sufficient
data to analyze for the 2005-2006
school year. A three-step process
determined the best high schools.


WC wreck


victims


identified
ANDREW GANT
Florida Freedom Newswire
The Florida Highway Patrol has
released the names of two people
killed in a wreck on Interstate 10
in Washington County on Sunday
evening, Dec. 9.
Donna Odom, 61, of DeFuniak
Springs, was inside a Nissan Stanza
traveling behind a Ford F-150 that
was pulling a trailer, according
to FHP Lt. Kenneth Ellis. The
pickup's trailer was carrying an
Oldsmobile minivan.
When the Stanza hit the back
side of the trailer around 7:30 p.m.,
the FHP said, it jarred the minivan
loose and sent it slamming into the
car's hood and windshield, killing
Odom and 46-year-old Carroll
Jesse Hicks of Spartanburg, S.C.
Odom was wearing a seat belt
and Hicks was not, according to
the FHP.
Investigators haven't determined
who was it fault in the wreck, but
they have reported that alcohol
wasn't a factor.
Others in the Stanza were badly
injured. They are 45-year-old Al-
bert Jay York of DeFuniak Springs,
and 50-year-old Carolyn Hazel-
wood of Altha.
York was in the surgical in-
tensive care unit at Bay Medical
Center in Panama City on Tuesday,
while Hazelwood was later taken
from Bay Medical to another hos-
pital in Gainesville.
Marilyn White, a woman close
to the family, said on Tuesday that
both patients were in stable but
critical condition. She said York
had shown little, if any, improve-
ment and remained "totally on life
support."
Three people in the Ford pickup
- 41-year-old driver Stanley
'James Pritchett, 40-year-old Mary .
William Pritchett and 33-year-old
Terrel J. Pritchett - all suffered mi-
nor injuries and received treatment
at Northwest Florida Community'
Hospital.
The investigation is expected to
take some time, Ellis said.
Vernon man killed in wreck
. Justin M. King, 24, Vernon,
was killed Tuesday evening just
after 7:30 p.m. in an wreck near
Vernon.
The Florida Highway Patrol
reported that the vehicle was north-
bound on County Road 284 (River
Road) in the northbound lane. For
an undetermined reason the ve-
hicle failed to negotiate a curve. It
crossed the southbound lane to the
southbound (western) shoulder.
The vehicle traveled approxi-
mately 190 feet along the shoulder
before striking a large pine tree and
came to rest at that point. King was
pronounced dead at the scene.
Samson woman killed
In other news, The Florida High-
way Patrol announced that Wendy
L. Wyrosdick, 26, of Samson, Ala.
was killed in a wreck on Hwy. 81
north of Hwy. 2. in Holmes County
at about 12:30 a.m. Monday.
Wyrosdick was a passenger in a
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2, Washington County News, Saturday, December 15, 2007



Hands-on experience helps science class


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Students in Alicia Clem-
mons science classes didn't
just crack their books when
learning about the solar sys-
tem. Clemmons had them
create scaled models of the
sun and planets, and offered
rewards for the best efforts.
"I thought some kids
might do better with a
hands-on experience," said
Clemmons, who teaches at
Roulhac Middle School. "It
brings more interest to the
subject."
Capital City Bank pro-
vided two $50 savings bonds
for Clemmons to offer stu-
dents who built the best two


models from her four sci-
ence classes. Class winners
received certificates from
Pizza Hut and McDonalds.
Overall winners were
Cody Daniels and Rebekah
Wolfe. Class winners were
Anthony Goodwin, Cody
Daniels, Sam Carroll and
Rebekah Wolfe.
Clemmons is in her sec-
ond year teaching, coming
from a social work back-
ground. When asked why
she made a career switch to
teaching, Clemmons said,
"I enjoy teaching science.
Science is life. You can't get
away from it."
Judges for the contest
were teachers Greta Draay-
om and Tommy Kindig.


Class winner Sam Carro
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off her model of the so-
lar system, which was
selected as one of two
overall winners from
models created by stu-
dents in Alicia Clem-
mons' science classes at
Roulhac Middle School.


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Above: Anthony Goodwin shares his model. Below,
Cody Daniels shows his entry.


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Saturday, December 15, 2007 Washington County News, 3.


YMCA contract not final, but basketball will be offered


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
There's not a contract in
place, but the YMCA will
offer basketball in early
2008 on behalf of the City
of Chipley, Council decided
at its regularly scheduled
meeting Dec. 13.
Darrin Wall, Washington
County's Gulf Power execu-
tive who sits on the YMCA
board of directors, was given
the go-ahead conditionally,
without a signed contract.
City Council insisted liabil-
ity insurance be put in place
beforehand, however.
City Administrator Jim
Morris said that the YMCA
and the City are waiting for
an attorney with the Florida
Department of Environmen-
tal Protection to review the
proposed contract.
"It's virtually the same
contract that they have with
Walton County," Morris said
about the proposed contract.
"I feel the state can't tell us
who can manage our park."
"But they can make us
pay grant money back,"
said Mayor Linda Cain,
who expressed reservations
about approving a contract
without having DEP's legal
opinion. It was also noted
that a legal opinion already
in place forces the YMCA
to charge the same fees for
members and non-members
when operating city recre-
ation programs.
Motel demolition
contract awarded
Council awarded the con-
tract to tear town the old
Chipley Motel to Grimes
Heavy Equipment. Morris
said he expects the work to
be done, as per the contract,
in 120 days. The city is pay-
ing $139,700 for the job,
using funds from the city's
downtown Community Re-
development Agency.
The City awarded a con-
tract to Thurmon Construc-
tion Co. to complete land-
scaping along the sidewalk
at the Chipley branch of the
Washington County Public
Library. The city expects
funds to be left after Phase
3 of this project is complete,
because Thurmon's bid was


Mary Paramore/WCN
Certificates were presented to entries from area
churches. They were, first place, Cypress Creek
Community Church, second place First Free Will
Baptist Church and third place Chipley's First
United Methodist Church.


$35,629, when engineers es-
timated as much as $65,000
for the project.
Morris was pleased to
present to Council a change
order from Haskell on Phase
2 of the wastewater treat-
ment plant project, which
is ready to close out. "It's a
deductive change," he said,
about a requested change.
order for completion of
upgrades to Chipley's col-
lection system.
Haskell completed the
work for $9.14 million, less
than the projected $9.45
million."They did a good
job for us and saved a lot of
money," Morris said.
City Clerk Patty Yates
said phases 3 and 4 are set to
begin soon. Phase 3 is reno-
vation of the sewer plant and
Phase 4 will be installation
of a spray field.

Moratorium on
downtown residences
Council put a moratorium
on establishing residences in
Chipley's historic downtown
buildings at the request of
the city's planning and zon-
ing commission. Planning &
Zoning requested the order
to give them time to estab-
lish criteria under which the
city can allow residences
in downtown. P&Z denied
such a request because its
members are concerned
about fire and safety.
The P&Z will establish


code recommendations that
. address parking, animals,
children, fire and safety for
residences downtown.
In other business, Council
heard the first reading of an
amendment to Ordinance
883, which will permit po-
lice officers to write citations
on the city's pit bull ordi-
nance in the absence of the
code enforcement officer.,
Council also approved
securing a $15 million loan
from the Florida Rural Wa-
ter Loan Interim Financing.
The loan term is for three
years, with the first payment
due in July 2009. The loan
is necessary because the
Florida Department of En-
vironmental Protection has
promised, but does not yet
have, funds to give Chipley
for an improved sewer treat-
ment plant.
"This will keep us from
losing the contracts on the
sewer treatment plant and
spray field," said Jim Morris.
No payments are due until
the project is complete, and
that the city has received
letters promising the DEP
funding in Oct. 2008.
Councilman Tommy Mc-
Donald, Jr. voted against
securing the loan. "It makes
me nervous to borrow $15
million. What if we don't
get the (DEP) money?" he
asked.
City Administrator Jim
Morris said he expects the


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WRECKS
Continued from page 1

1999 Dodge SUV driven by
Anthony W. McClendon, 28,
also of Samson. The vehicle
was northbound on Hwy. 81.
Wyrosdick in the right rear of
the vehicle opened that door and
exited of the moving vehicle,
landing on the roadway.
Wyrosdick struck her head
on the pavement causing critical
injuries. She was transported to
Wiregrass Hospital in Geneva,
Ala. by the driver and then to
Flowers Hospital in Dothan Ala.
by Geneva County EMS.
Wyrosdick died from in-
juries sustained in accident
Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Flowers
Hospital.
One injured on 1-10
A Laurel Hill woman was
injured Thursday morning in a
two-vehicle accident on Inter-
state 10 just west of the Ponce
de Leon interchange.
Florida Highway Patrol re-
ported that at about 6:40 a.m.
that Tiffany Reeves was driving
east in a white Ford Explorer
when she lost control in the
foggy, wet conditions.
The Explorer cut across the
median and spun into the west-
bound lane in front of a Volvo
semi-tractor-trailer driven by
Dewey H. Mayer of South Me-
ridian, Miss. FHP reported that
Mayer hit the breaks as the
Explorer spun in front of his
rig and he hit the rear of the
Explorer.
The impact destroyed the
rear of the Explorer and drove
the vehicle head-first into the
woods. Holmes County EMS
(assisted by Ponce de Leon
Volunteer Fire Department
and Holmes County Sheriff's


Office) extracted Reeves from
her vehicle using the "jaws
of life" and other hand-held
and pneumatic tools. She was
transported by ambulance to


TRACTORS
Continued from page 1

tractors were listed on E-bay
and the suspects had allegedly
"fenced" other stolen goods via
the Internet.
The suspects, both 17 years-
of-age, each face one count of
burglary and one count of grand
theft as juveniles in Florida.
The suspects will also face sev-


North Okaloosa Hospital where
she is being treated for injuries.
Mayer uninjured. Photos of this
wreck under Breaking News at
www.chipleypaper.com


eral additional charges in other
states. Investigation continues
in Alabama and Florida.
Haddock praised the Ala-
bama departments for their
work as the crew at Lane's
unloaded the recovered ve-
hicles, and noted the work done
gathering evidence by his own
investigators. "It helped put the
nail in the coffin of this case,"
he said.


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Mary Paramore/WCN
Sherri Biddle from the Washington County Cham-
ber of Commerce awarded certificates to the top
three community entries in Chipley's Christmas
parade. First place went to Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospital, second to Miss Florida Forestry
State Scholarship pageant and third to Cub Scouts
Troop 339, Wolf Den.


city to make money on the
deal. He said the interest
rate on the loan will be
somewhere between five and
five and one-half percent,
but while the city holds


the money it will generate
interest.

Parade awards
Sherri Biddle, from the
Washington County Cham-


ber of Commerce, was on
hand to present awards to
the best entries in Chipley's
Christmas parade. Biddle
presented awards in three'
categories.
From the community:
First place: Northwest Flor-
ida Community Hospital;
Second place: Miss Florida
Forestry State Scholarship'
Pageant; Third place: Cub
Scouts Pack 339, Wolf Den
From area churches: First
place: Cypress Creek Com-
munity Church; Second
place: First Free Will Bap-
tist Church; Third place:
Chipley's First United Meth-
odist Church
Honorable mentions:
Chipley High School Band
and Roulhac Middle School'
Band
Chamber open house.
Washington County-
Chamber of Commerce in-.
vites residents to attend
open house 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 20.


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4, Washington County News, Saturday, December 15, 2007


Historica
MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
As a tourist destination,
Chipley's downtown just got
a huge boost.
The Washington County
Historical Society Museum
has dramatically increased
its operating hours so more
visitors and residents can
learn about the county's
roots.
The Museum is now open
Thursday and Fridays from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in addition
to its usual operating hours
the first Saturday of each
month from 9 a.m. to noon.
The Museum is situated
at the corner of highways
90 and 77 in a building
whose tenants have been
quite varied.
Local historian Judge
Perry Wells rattled off the
list, saying, "Along the line,
I don't know the order, it
was the ice plant. It was
also a police station. That
building housed the library
at one time. That building
was the health department.
It was also the power plant.
It was Chipley's first electric
power plant."
The Museum's collec-
tions are just as eclectic as
the building's history.
Visitors will find the RCA
dog that once graced the
old Peel and Vann store.
A moonshine still and the
original pardon papers for
bootlegger Tal Hutchings are
there. Visitors can touch the
original Washington County
court clerk desk. They'll also
find a collection of Chipley
Banner newspapers from
the early 1900s and an old
switchboard from AT&T.
The Museum has a collec-
tion of Don Crossley pen and
ink drawings of Washington
County's historic buildings,
not to mention various mem-
orabilia from the county's
railroading, steam boating,
farming, mercantile and'
archaeological history.
Displays are tuckeTin
every nook "and cranny, -so
many that a visitor must
move through them slowly,
lest something be missed.
The staff kitchen and even
the bathroom are utilized for
displays.
Dorothy Odom, president
of the Washington County
Historical Society, boasted
about the Museum's posses-
sion of Blackburn Funeral
Home records, its cemetery
index and books about the
county by area authors.
She said a volunteer from
Elder Care Services is cata-
* -oging collections.
"Our goal is so that when
people come in, they can say
'I am looking for something
on John Smith' and we can
say 'We have something in
this collection and in this
collection,'" Odom said.
Odom asks families that
have researched their roots
donate copies of their gene-
alogies and family histories,
to the Museum for reference
purposes.
Wells noted that the Mu-


I Museum open more often


Mary Paramore/WCN
Photos and articles on historic buildings are on display.

seum's collection of high log. making the extra operating
school yearbooks was popu- "We zeroed in and it hours possible. He'll be
lar with alumni who were in works," said Wells. "That volunteering every other
town for Homecoming. tells me what you could do Thursday.
Alumni were the first with the Museum if we keep "We encourage everyone
group specifically targeted it open and advertise it," to come out. Admission is
by the Washington County Wells said. free. Memberships to the
Historical Society to visit the Chuck Yates is one of the Society are cheap, just $15
Museum. The result? Forty Washington County Histori- per year, $25 for the family,"
alumni signed the visitor's cal Society members who is Yates said.


Mary Paramore/WCN


Exhibits on railroad days are displayed at the museum.


Mary Paramore/WCN
Above and below: A variety of items are on display
at the museum.
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Saturday, December 15, 2007 Washington County News, 5.


KIWANIS NEWS


Guest speaker at the Tues-
day, Dec. 4, Kiwanis meeting
was Glen E. Leirer of Pan-
ama City, a grass roots vol-
unteer in the
central pan-
handle for an
organization
called "Fair
Tax." Leir-
er's presen-
tation includ-
ed comments
and a 15- Glen E.Leirer
minute film
to explain Fair Tax, "a com-
prehensive plan to replace
income and payroll taxes:"
-The Fair Tax proposal, if
adopted by the U.S. Congress
as presently proposed, would
replace the IRS and its $11
billion cost of operation by
eliminating federal income
and payroll taxes as well as
personal, gift, estate, capital
gains, alternative minimum,
Social Security/Medicare
taxes, self-employment and
corporate taxes.
*Americans would take
home their whole paycheck
minus state income tax. No
federal income taxes or pay-
roll taxes would be withheld
from paychecks,pensions or
Social Security checks.
*Federal income taxes
would be replaced with a


Chipley in b-ball
tournament today
The Norris D. Langston
Youth Scholarship Founda-
tion will hold its annual
basketball classic Dec. 14-
15 in the Milton H. Johnson
Health Center on the campus
of Chipola College.
The annual Basketball
Classic is strictly a prep af-
fair, with the focus on high
school basketball teams
from around the region.
. For the third-straight year,
the tournament willbe held
at Chipola as the Langston


Submitted photo
Gene Halley was inducted into Kiwanis Club at
Tuesday's meeting after returning from a leave
of absence. From the left are Kiwanis sponsor
Bruce Christmas, Gene Halley, Committee Chair
David Solger, and Kiwanis President Darrin Wall.


national retail sales tax based
on what you spend or con-
sume, not what you make.
There would be no more
filing of income tax forms.
There would be no federal
sales tax on necessities, up
to the poverty level of in-
come.
*Under the Fair Tax plan
there would be no tax on used
items, like used cars, used
homes or used appliances. A
business owner or farmer,
when buying something
strictly for business pur-
poses and not for personal


Foundation continues its
goal of exposing youngsters
to the college environment
as a way of encouraging
youngsters to seek education
beyond high school.
The tournament is spon-
sored this year by the Flor-
ida Department of Lottery.
Tickets are $5 per day. Fol-
lowing is the slate of games
for Saturday, Dec. 15:
*10 a.m.,Wewahitchka vs.
Carter Parramore (boys).
*11:30 a.m., Bay vs. Cot-
tondale (girls)
*1 p.m., Chipley vs. God-
by (boys)


consumption, there would be
no consumption (sales) tax.
Leirer recommended The
Fair Tax Book by syndicated
radio commentator Neal
Boortz. For additional in-
formation, call Leirer at
850-230-9118.
Tuesday's meeting includ-
ed the re-induction of Gene
Halley. Halley is a previous
member whose leave of ab-
sence expired. He recently
returned to Chipley after
working out of town. He is a
past president of the Kiwanis
Club of Chipley.


*2:30 p.m., Port St. Joe vs.
Mosley (boys)
*4 p.m., Marianna vs.
Rickards (girls)
*5:30 p.m., Cottondale vs.
West Gadsden (boys)
*7 p.m., Malone vs. East
Gadsden (girls)
*8:30 p.m., Marianna vs.
East Gadsden (boys)
Proceeds from the classic
benefit the Langston Endow-
ment in the Chipola Founda-
tion. The group has awarded
more than 300 scholarships
in nine years with a fourth
of those students attending
Chipola.


5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Franklin, the Turtle, vis-
ited kindergarten classes at
Washington County Chris-
tian School during the insti-
tution's annual book fair.
Jo McGlamery present-
ed Chipley Garden Club's
December program. She
fashioned a wreath from a
grapevine, noting that the
base represented Jesus, the
Vine.
Three- and four-year olds
from Chipley and Vernon
Head Start programs sang
holiday songs at the Chipley
Kiwanis Club meeting.
Four-year-old pupils from
Kids Learning Center made
a field trip to Landmark Park
in Dothan, Ala., where they
saw a wildlife instruction
show.
20 YEARS AGO, 1987
Members of the Ponce de
Leon Homemaker's Club
made plans to serve their
(nearly) famous collard
lunches to several thousand
people expected during the
annual festival.
Meinbers of Woodman of
the World donated money to
Washington County Council
on Aging to build an outdoor
recreation area for the senior
citizens.
40 YEARS AGO, 1967
Members of a pioneer
Washington County family
held a reunion near Orlando
on Thanksgiving Day. Some
75 descendants of Henry
Hamilton Wells and Pru-
dence Catherine Reaves
Wells met at the Womans
Club in Pine Castle. Henry
came to the Wausau area
from North Carolina when
he acquired about 80 acres
near Gap Lake, and he and


Prudence lived there for
more than 50 years.
Washington-Holmes Area
Vocational-Technical Center
has had a number of names
on the same theme. Accord-
ing to an old newspaper it
was briefly called Wa-Ho
Tech prior to its dedication.
E.D. Neel was reelected
president of the Washing-
ton-Holmes Cattleman's
Association.
45 YEARS AGO, 1962
Judy Wilson was chosen
as Miss Chipley during a
high school's beauty pag-
eant. Lisa Vanderwerf was
named Little Miss Chipley.
Mrs. Ross Cox was in At-
lanta, Ga., visiting her son,
Dr. Ross J. Cox, and family.
She also got acquainted with
her new grandson, Kevin.
50 YEARS AGO, 1957
Mrs. Thelma Coggin
and Mrs. John Jordon were
weekend guests of Major
and Mrs. O.G. Shivers in
Tallahassee.
Mr. and Mrs. David Jen-
sen of Atlanta, Ga., were
holiday guests of the Dan
Jensen family.
Spending the weekend at
their home in Chipley were
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Boone of
Lynn Haven..
Claudia Shreve left for


Los Gates, Calif., where she
would attend the wedding of
her son, Lt. (jg) Jack Shreve
and Alice Mae Ellis.
70 YEARS AGO, 1937
Chipley Business Men's
Club was planning a "Genu-
ine Texas Rodeo" for the
Chipley area during a long
- Friday through Sunday
- weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. G.U. Myers
and son, Major, spent Christ-
mas with her mother, Mrs.
T.Z. Martin, in Madison.
Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Das-
inger spent several days in
Sanford as guests of rela-
tives.
100 YEARS AGO,
1907
Thomas J. Watts was in-
stalling a $400 acetylene
plant for lighting his home
and the Central office. He
said there would be two
street lights - one in front of
his house, the other in front
of the Exchange office.


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6, Washington County News, Saturday, December 15, 2007




I I . 7:1 P 93


BHR joins forces with

Arrington Manufacturing


MT. JULIET, Tenn. -- In an
effort to better align itself in the
NASCAR community, Bobby
Hamilton Racing and Arrington
Manufacturing announced
Monday the formation of a
partnership between its two
companies.
AMI con- .
sists of a ' . "
joint ven-
t u r e
between
M a c ,
Bailey,
M a rk
Melling,

Campbell,
S t a c y Hamilton, Sr.
Compton -
and Joey Arrington. BHR will
continue to be ran daily by Lori
Hamilton with AMI manage-
ment group. Accordingly, the
company, founded by the late
Bobby Hamilton, will relocate
closer to the hub of NASCAR
in the coming weeks.
BHR will continue to field
the No. 4 and the No. 18
Dodges in the 2008 Craftsman
Truck Series.
"Bobby Hamilton Sr.'s
dream was carried on last sea-


son through the hard work and
dedication of so many people
who stuck by us," Lori
Hamilton said. "This partner-
ship allows us to grow for the
future. In the past few months,
we realized how vital it is to our
future success to be located
closer to NASCAR and its
community. Joey Arrington has
always been a team player for
our organization. Bobby always
valued his knowledge and
experience in the sport. It is a
natural fit for our organizations
to work together and take this
team to another level."
"This is a step in the right
direction for BHR and AMI,"
Joey Arrington said. "It is our
goal to get Dodge Motorsports
back on top of its game in the.
NASCAR Craftsman Truck
Series. We will learn more,
grow bigger and continue to
carry on Bobby's goals togeth-
er."
More details are expected
to be announced in the coming
weeks.
In its 10-year existence,
BHR has scored 19 race wins,
22 poles, 85 top-five finishes,
168 top 10-finishes and the
2004 NCTS championship.


Test dates announced


The 2008 testing sched-
ules for the Sprint Cup,
Nationwide and Craftsman
*Truck series encompass nine
different venues that will pro-
.vide teams an opportunity to
prepare for the various track
layouts, surfaces and condi-
tions that they will face over
-the course of the season.
NASCAR determined the
schedules based - upon the
input from each of the teams'
crew chiefs.
Sprint Cup Series
The Cup Series testing
sessions begin at Daytona
with Pre-season Thunder on
Jan. 7-9 for approximately
half of the teams. Jan. 10 is the


RidiNq The


Bubble

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


rain date, if necessary.
The following week, the
remaining teams will test Jan.
14-16. Jan. 17 is the rain
date.
Test sessions are sched-
uled for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. ET,
weather permitting, with an
hour lunch break from noon
until 1 p.m.
The remaining five tracks
that will play host to test ses-
sions for the Cup Series
include:
* Las Vegas -- Jan. 28-29
* California -- Jan. 31-
Feb. 1
* Phoenix -- March 3-4
* Pocono -- May 27-28
* Charlotte -- Sept. 23-24


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


Points
2894
2856
2814
2667
2497
2351


Former NASCAR NEXTEL Cup driver Geoffrey Bodine has devoted his love for racing to help the U.S. Olympic bobsledding effort with
the creation of the Bo-Dyn sled. After several years of development, the sled is setting the standard world-wide in competitive bobsled-
ding. Bodine will be hosting his third bobsled challenge in Lake Placid, N.Y., featuring several race car drivers including Boris Said, Ron
Hornaday, Jr. and others from divisions like the NHRA on January 3rd through 5th at the Olympic Sports Complex.
Photo courtesy of the Olympic Regional Development Authority


BoDyn helps the USA go fast


0 Former driver created an All-American bobsled


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.comn
Geoffrey Bodine was watching the 2002 Winter Olympics
when he heard John Morgan talking about not
using U.S. equipment when it comes to bob-
sled racing.,
As a sporting body, the U.S. was rele-
gated to using everybody's hand me
downs, until the 1986 Daytona 500
Champion decided to something.
"I was amazed to hear they
were using equipment from
Europe," said Bodine. "The
equipment they were
relying on was old or
outdated."
But now Bodine
has taken and mixed
his knowledge of racing
from its early beginnings in
Chemung, N.Y. to his 18 ' -
NEXTEL Cup victories '
including a 1982

the Year award win- /
ner with the ice of .
bobsledding.
"This has been a lot L .
of fun and the things /
we did in NASCAR
translates well to
bobsledding," said .
Bodine. "With the
engineering and
building of bob-
sleds, there are sev-
eral similarities
with NASCAR,
except for the fact
in bobsledding you
turn left and right." f/'
This fact has not
gone unnoticed in the
first two Bobsled





S IM -.


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


Leader
-77
-346
-425
-430
-481
-492
-492
-501


After Ford 300
Driver
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


-524 10. Matt Kenseth


Challenges Bodine has hosted in Lake Placid, on the same track
where the 1980 Olympic bobsledding events were held.
Bodine even pointed out several of the rules are fashioned
after NASCAR, including the use of templates.
Boris Said, son of former Olympic Bobsled Driver Bob
Said, has won three of the four challenges held in the two years.
"Boris has been our top gun," said
. Bodine. "He sets the standard for every-
one.


- -1 . - .-- - .


"Unfortunately for me, I didn't get
to race against him last year since we,
had a full slate of drivers.".
Bodine and Boris participated iln
a bobsledding event in Park City,
Utah, with both drivers taking turns,
posting the fastest times.
This year Said will face compete,
tion from 2007 Craftsman Truck Series-
Champion Ron Hornaday, Jr., and others like
Joey Logano, Steve Carlson, and Donny
Lia.
Bodine himself will be competing'
for family pride against his brother's,
Brett and Todd, during a special event
. as part of the weekend.
\ Since the introduction of the
Bo-Dyn sleds in 1994, the U.S.
has won three medals during the
, \2002 Winter Olympic Games in
Salt Lake City, including a
gold in Women's
Bobsledding.
The women also
earned a silver in Torino
Italy in 2006.
In 2006-07 the U.S.
' Bobsled team won two
World Cup season end-
ing gold medals and
I two silver medals as
\ well as 17 World Cup
medals and two World
j Championship
Medals.


6// WA


After Ford 200
Behind Driver
Leader 1. Ron Homaday
-618 2. Mike Skinner
-809 3. Johnny Benson
-812 4. Todd Bodine
-1,066 5. Rick Crawford
-1,138 6. Travis Kvapil
-1,202 7. Ted Musgrave
-1,328 8. Matt Crafton
-1,339 9. Jack Sprague
-1,354 10. David Starr


ARCA Final Standings
Behind Driver Behind
Leader 1. Frank Kimmel Leader
-54 2. Michael McDowell -250
-425 3. Dexter Bean -815
-457 4. Justin Allgaier -855
-459 5. Justin Marks -910
-471 6. Phillip McGilton -960
-799 7. Patrick Sheltra -1,090
-922 8. Justin South -1,325
-981 9. Bryan Silas -1,570
-1,061 10. Josh Krug -1,625


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tion of the Court in default in possession CEEDING therein described be vali- NW 1/4 of Section 4,
of the payment in the FLORIDA GAS UTILITY, a dated and confirmed, said Township 2 North, Range
amount found to be due Defendants. separate legal entity, Bonds being the Florida 12 West, Washington
* * " the Plaintiffs under the organized and existing un- Gas Utility, Gas Project County, Florida; thence
Note and Mortgage, and NOTICE OF LIS der and by virtue of the No. _ Revenue Bonds in S-88E21'58" -W 495.71
for other, further and gen- PENDENS Laws of the State of Flor- one or more series and feet; thence
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1130-Adoptions unit situate, lying and be- CONCERN: principal amount not to feet; thence S-88E21'58"
1140 - Happy Ads ing in WASHINGTON vs exceed Three Billion Dol- -W 414.09 feet to the Point
1150 - Personals COUNTY, Florida. As set YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the lars ($3,000,000,000), as of Beginning and contain-
1160 - Lost forth in the Mortgage re- institution of this action THE STATE OF FLORIDA, more particularly de- ing 10.33 acres, more or
1170 - Found corded in Official Record against you by the Plain- and the taxpayers, scribed in the Complaint less and less a 30 foot
Book 598 at Page 495, tiffs, seeking foreclosure property owners and citi- filed in these proceedings road easement on the
Public Records of Wash- on the Note and Mortgage zens thereof, and the exhibits thereto. West side and being par-
ington County, Florida, encumbering thefollowing including non-residents IT IS FURTHER cel #W-13 of an unre-
more particularly de- described Real Property incuingnproetsny I S ORDERED that prior to the corded plat.
1100 scribed as follows: located in Washington owning property or sub- date set for the hearing on NAME IN WHICH AS corded pat.
LOT 26, BLOCK 293, County, Florida, and the ject said Complaint for Valida- SESSED : Chester Car-
SUNNY HILLS UNIT decreeing of a sale of the to taxation therein, and all tion, the Clerk of this penter
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT THREE, ACCORDING property under the direc- others having ordaiming Court shall cause a copy Said property being in the
OF THE FOURTEENTH TO THE PLAT THEREOF, tion of the Court in default any right, tide or interest in of this Notice and Order to county of Washington,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT RECORDED IN PLAT of the payment in the property to be affected Show Cause to be pub- State of Florida.' Unless
IN AND FOR WASHING- BOOK 2, PAGE 39, amount found to be due by the issuance of Bonds lished in the manner re- such certificated shall be
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA OF THE PUBLIC REC- the Plaintiffs under the described in the Com- quired by Section 75.06 redeemed according to
ORDS OF WASHINGTON Note and Mortgage, and plaint, and Section 163.01(7)(d), the law, the property de-
CASE NO: 67-07-CA-427 COUNTY, FLORIDA. for other, further and gen- Florida Statutes, in Leon scribed shall be sold to
JUDGE: ALAN REGISTER eral relief set for the in the Defendant. County, Florida and in the highest bidder at the
DATED this 30 day of Complaint each County where the courthouse door on Janu-
DANIELMURRAY and October, 2007. THE PROPERTY in parcel, lotor NOTICE AND ORDER TO Public Agencies which are ary 21, 2008 at 10:00 AM.
JOI MURRY is that certain parcel, lot or parties to the Interlocal Dated this 21 day of No-
James A. Bond, Esq. unit situate, lying and be- SHOW CAUSE Agreement set forth in the vember, 2007
Plaintiffs, Attorney for Plaintiffs ing in WASHINGTON Complaint and designated LINDA HAYES COOK
SRO. Box 2038 COUNTY, Florida. As set TO THE STATE OF FLOR- as parties to this action CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
v. Stuart, FL 34995 forth in the Mortgage re- IDA THROUGH THE are located, in newspa- COURT
(772) 287-7100 corded in Official Record STATE ATTORNEY FOR pers published and of WASHINGTON COUNTY,
CLIFFORD ERARD, Un- Florida Bar No.: 327867 Book 602 at Page 336, THE SECOND JUDICIAL general circulation in such FLORIDA
known Spouse As published in the Wash- Public Records of Wash- CIRCUIT, THE TAXPAY- counties, once each week BY: J C Rogers, Deputy
Of Clifford Erard, if any; ington County News De- ington County, Florida, ERS, PROPERTY OWN- for two (2) consecutive Clerk
any and all cember, 2007. more particularly de- ERS AND CITIZENS weeks, commencing with WARNING:
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Unknown parties may THROUGH 128, TLE OR INTEREST IN cember, 2007. 2008 UNLESS THE BACK
claim an interest CASE NO.: 67-07-CA-428 OF THE PUBLIC REC- PROPERTY TO BE AF- WILLIAM L. GARY TAXES ARE PAID. TO
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Or other claimants; John DANIEL MURRAY and RECEIVE FURTHER IN
Doe and Jane JOI MURRY, DATED this 30 day of Oc- UTILITY, OF THE BONDS ington County News De- FORMCEIVEATIONFURCONTAC
Doe as unknown tenants tober, 2007. HEREINAFTER MORE cember 15, 22, 2007. THE CLERK OF COURT
in possession Plaintiffs, PARTICULARLY DE- IMMEDIATELY AT RO.
James A. Bond, Esq. SCRIBED, OR TO BE AF- BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK-
Defendants. v. Attorney for Plaintiffs FECTED IN ANY WAY NOTICE OF APPLICA- SON AVE., SUITE 101,
RO. Box 2038 THEREBY: TION FOR TAX DEED CHIPLEY, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF LIS CLIFFORD ERARD, Un- Stuart, FL 34995 Notice is hereby given, 32428, OR TELEPHONE
PENDENS known Spouse (772) 287-7100 You and each of you are that Simon or EW Price (850) 638-6008 EXT 232.
Of Clifford Erard, if any; Florida Bar No.: 327867 hereby required to appear the holder of the following AMOUNT TO REDEEM
TO: The above named De- any and all As published in the Wash- on Monday, the 28th day certificate, has filed said FOR December $
fendants, AND ALL Unknown parties claiming ington County News De- of January, 2008, at 2:00 certificate for a Tax Deed 1,919.28 IN U.S. CUR-
OTHERS WHOM IT MAY by, through, cember, 2007. p.m., before the Honora- to be issued thereon. The RENCY ONLY.
CONCERN: Under, and against the ble William L. Gary, Judge certificate number and AMOUNT TO REDEEM
herein named of the Circuit Court of the year of issuance, the de- FOR January $ 1,946.41
YOU ARE NOTIFIED of the Individual Defendant(s) Second Judicial Circuit in scription of the property, IN U.S. CURRENCY
institution of this action who are not IN THE CIRCUIT COURT and for Leon County, Flor- and the names in which it ONLY.
against you by the Plain- Known to be dead or OF THE SECOND JUDI- ida, at the Leon County was assessed are as fol- No Personal Checks Ac-
tiffs, seeking foreclosure alive, whether said CIAL CIRCUIT Courthouse located in Til11' lows : cepted.
on the Note and Mortgage Unknown parties may IN AND FOR LEON lahassee -Florida, aniidt' CERTIFICATE NO. 10 Cashier's Checks, Money
encumbering the following claim an interest , -O)UNTY, FLORIDAL -'- 1ehoe't cause. w, ' kEAR-OF.ISSUANCE.05 Orders, .and Western Un-
described Real Property As spouses, heirs, devi- CASE NO. 37 2007 CA prayer of the Complaint DESCRIPTION. OF PROP- ion are the only other al-
located in Washington sees, grantees 003389 filed in the above-entitled ERTY: Parcel # ternatives accepted.
County, Florida, and the Or other claimants; John proceeding should not be 00.0001-0071 As published in the Wash-
decreeing of a sale of the Doe and Jane granted, and the proceed- Commence at the NE cor- ington County News De-
property under the direc- Doe as unknown tenants BOND VALIDATION PRO- ings and the Bonds ner of the SW 1/4 of the cember 1, 8,15, 22, 2007





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NOTICE OF APPLICA- number and year of issu- REWARD! $500-$1000
TION FOR TAX DEED ance, the description of paid for Florida County
Notice is hereby given, the property, and the auto tags dated -
that Simon or EW Price names in which it was as- 1911-1917. Also want
the holder of the following sessed are as follows : plates before 1956, es-
certificate, has filed said CERTIFICATE NO. 245 specially Washington
certificate for a Tax Deed YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 and Holmes Co tags 4
to be issued thereon. The DESCRIPTION OF PROP- with #50 and 51 prefix.
certificate number and ERTY: Y6Jefft h Francis
year of issuance, the de- Parcel # 00-1147-0000 7 345627c or al lo
scription of the property, Lot number 112 in Chipley gobucsl3@aol.com.
and the names in which it Heights, Dekle Land Comn-
was assessed are as fol- pany subdivision of the P A
lows: West half of the Southwest ".
CERTIFICATE NO. 909 Quarter of Section 3, a 11SO .,
YEAR OF ISSUANCE 05 Township 4 North, Range The Family of Jackie j
DESCRIPTION OF PROP- 13 West, as per plat on file Meadows would like to ex- I
ERTY: in the office of the Clerk of tend their heartfelt appre-
Parcel # 00-4865-0000 the Circuit Court of Wash- citation for all the Love,
Lot No. 8 & Lot No. 9, in ington County, Florida. generosity, prayers during
Block No. 1 in the N 1/2 of NAME IN WHICH AS- their recent loss. Mead-,
the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 SESSED: Mattie Powell & ows & Webb Family
according to the J. W. Daisy Richardson
Sapp Plat of the SW 1/4 of Said property being in the -
the NW 1/4 of Section 35, county of Washington,
Township 3 North, Range State of Florida. Unless
15 West on file in the Of- such certificated shall be
fice of the Circuit Court of redeemed according to
Washington County, Flor- the law, the property de-
ida. scribed shall be sold to FLOID
NAME IN WHICH AS-. the highest bidder at the
SESSED : Neta Brewer courthouse door on Janu- PEC A
Estate ary 21, 2008 at 10:00 AM. 2100 - Pots
Said property being in the Dated this 21 day of No- 2110 - Pets: Free to
county of Washington, member, 2007 Good Home
State of Florida. Unless LINDA HAYES COOK 2120- Pet Supplies
such certificated shall be CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 2130- Farm Animals/
redeemed according to COURT 2140 - Pets/Livestock
the law, the property de- WASHINGTON COUNTY, Wanted
scribed shall be sold to FLORIDA 2 b H d
the highest bidder at the BY: J C Rogers, Deputy C
courthouse door on Janu- Clerk 2100
ary 21, 2008 at 10:00 AM. WARNING:THERE ARE
Dated this 21 day of No- UNPAID TAXES ON For Sale: 3 month old
member, 2007 PROPERTY WHICH YOU Yorkie female no papers
LINDA HAYES COOK OWN IN WHICH YOU asking $500.00 call
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT HAVE LEGAL INTEREST 850-638-3038 after 5:00
COURT THE PROPERTY WILL BE pm
WASHINGTON COUNTY, SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- For Sale: AKC Registered
FLORIDA TION ON January 21, blood Hound puppies.
BY: J C Rogers, Deputy 2008 UNLESS THE BACK Champion Blood lines.
Clerk TAXES ARE PAID. TO Ready for Christmas. Call
WARNING: MAKE ARRANGEMENTS 334-790-7861
THERE ARE UNPAID FOR PAYMENT OR TO
TAXES ON PROPERTY RECEIVE FURTHER IN- Full Blooded Dachs-
WHICH YOU OWN IN FORMATION, CONTACT hound puppies bom, Sep-
WHICH YOU HAVE LE- THE CLERK OF COURT member 25th, 07, $200.
GAL INTEREST. THE IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. each. No papers, Call for
PROPERTY WILL BE BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- more info at 850-547-5886
SOLD AT PUBLIC AUC- SON AVE., SUITE 101,
TION ON January 21, CHIPLEY, FLORIDA -
2008 UNLESS THE BACK 32428, OR TELEPHONE ' t
TAXES ARE PAID. TO (850) 638-6008 EXT 232.
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS AMOUNT TO REDEEM B
FOR PAYMENT OR TO FOR December
RECEIVE FURTHER IN- $1,365.02 IN U.S. CUR-
FORMATION, CONTACT RENCY ONLY. - tS a
THE CLERK OF COURT AMOUNT TO REDEEM i
IMMEDIATELY AT P.O. FOR'January $1,384.23 IN I ..
BOX 647 OR 1293 JACK- U.S. CURRENCY ONLY 3100 - Antiques
SON AVE., SUITE 101, No Personal Checks Ac- 3110 - Appliances
3130 - Auctions
32428, OR TELEPHONE Cashier's Checks, Money 3140 - Baby items
(850) 638-6008 EXT 232. Orders, and Western Un- 3150 - Building Supplies
AMOUNT TO REDEEM ion are the only other al- 3160 - Business
FOR December ternatives accepted. Equipment
$ 2,206.08 IN U.S. CUR- As published in the Wash- 3170 - Collectibles
RENCY ONLY. ington County News De310 - Electronics
AMOUNT TO REDEEM cember 1, 8,15, 22, 2007. 3200 - Firewood
FOR January $2,237.22 IN _______3210- Free Pass It On .
S 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
U.S3 CURRENCY ONLY . 3220 - Furniture
No Personal Checks Ac- re/3240 - Guns ales
cepted. i I 3250 - Good Things to Eat
Cashier's Checks, Money 3260 - Health & Fitness
Orders, and Western Un- 3270- Jewelry/Clothing
ion are the only other al- CO LO 33280 - Machinery/ .
ternatives accepted h 6801 Wa Equipmeynt
As published in the Wash- SELLS! 3300 - Miscellaneous
ington County News De- 3310 - Musical Instruments
member 1, 8, 15, 22, 2007 Get YOUr 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Classified - supplies
Ad in 3340 - Sporting Goods
NOTICE OF APPLICA- COLOR! 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
TION FOR TAX DEED all HOW for
Notice is hereby given, deLtailsE
that Ethel & Matthew detais0 6_._ -
Dillion the holder of the and be noticed! I 33oo
following certificate, has 638-0212 Wanted To Buy antiques,
filed said certificate for a collectibles, gold, silver,
Tax Deed to be issued or dinnerware, collections,
thereon. The certificate 547-9414 paintings, call Al Schmidt
850-638-7304
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C&C Bookkeeping and
Tax Service. Open 5 days
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call
(850)638-1483




Headliners and Vinyl
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the
work at your home or
workplace.Reasonable
rates on new vinyl tops
and auto carpeting. Free
estimates. Call anytime,
leave message. (850)
638-7351




Jackson Family Home
Daycare now taking
applications. Located
Hwy. 90, 2 miles west
Westville and 4 miles
east of PDL.
850-548-4773


Carpentry, pressure
washing, lawn care, patio
& window re-screening.
great rates. (850)638-4492
J&J Cabinet Shop. For all
your kitchen cabinets and
house repair needs. Call
James S. Howell (850)
535-2839; 260-1619




Sod For Sale on the farm,
delivered or installed.
Centipede and 419 Ber-
muda. West Florida Turf
(850)638-4860;
(850415-0385. Established
1980
Sod Sod Sod Quality you
can depend on. Irrigated,
weed & pest controlled.
Centipede and St. Augus-
tine. Delivery and installa-
tion available. 8 miles SW
of Chipley for easy cus-
tomer hauling. Call any-
time. Billy and Leola Brock
(850) 638-1202; 326-1500


For Rent first in Chipley,
Mini Warehouses. If you
don't have the room, "We
Do" Lamar Townsend
(850)638-4539, north of
Townsends.



Mini Storage in Chipley.
All sizes for rent. We
furnish the lock.
(850)326-2399







Sewing Machine and
Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
guaranteed service on all
makes and models. Free
estimates. Western Auto,
216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
fay. 547-3910


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3130 3260 3300 1 4100 4100 4100 6140 1 7100
Big Big Christmas Auc- For Sale, Treadmill, Exer- This is to notify that , Administrative Domestic General For rent: 3BR/1BA all ap- By owner 747 Gilbert
tion December 15, 2007, cise Bike, & Universal Glenda Lentz, will no pliances, blinds, south- Drive, Chipley.
6:00 p.m. Location; old Weight Machine and longer be responsible for The Washington County Babysitter Needed for Now Hiring Restaurant west colors, ceiling fans, 3BR/1.%BA. Newly Re-
livestock auction barn Desktop Gateway com- any debts incurred other Board of County Commi- Saturdays & Sundays. Re- Staff! Dishwashers, deck, screened back modeled. (w) 718-2268;
Hwy. 2 Graceville, FLor- ~puter. 547-4198. than my own as of Cooks & Waite Staff. porch, attached shed, (h)547-2937
ida. Marty Caudil, Fla. Lic __________ 11/20/2007. sioners is currently ac- responsible, independent Cook & Wt Staff.
ida. Marty Caudill, 11/20/2007.cepting applications for an only. Background check Please apply at 115 N. REAL ESTATEFOR RENT. greenhouse, composer, House For Sale-Log
#AU3175 3 Will care for your loved Inmate Supervisor posi- required. Call 638-0603. Waukesha St., Bonifay, Fl. 6100 - Business/ bl ck yardport, n fe in Cabin on 5.3 acres.
Pill ones. I do housekeeping tion for the Parks and Rec- C______ H h Commercial hiple yard, to petsve irythn 2BR/1BA. 1749 Toole Cir.,
S reasonable price. Great reaction Department. Grad- Healthcare 6110 -Apartments Chipley, close to eve Chipley. $145,000.
3270 homemade cakes, fudge uation from standard high Healthcare 6120 - Beach Rentals -ng. $850/mo.' 850-638-3171 or
3200 For Sale, Ladies 10K gold and cookies. Have refer- school or general educa- NHC HOMECARE 6130 - CondoTownhouse $650/deposit. 638-8220. 850-527-4789.
Firewood For Sale rings. 850-352-4265, PO ences 850-638-9465. tion degree (GED) is re- Permanent staff Quality Care is Our 6140 - House Rentals Progressive Realty
Firewood For Sale Box757, Cottondale, quired. Go to needed at Business Full Time & 6150 - Roommate Wanted For Rent: 3BR/ BA
pickup or deliver 1/4a1/ 32431. www.washingtonfl.com SpectraCare's Samson Paid Per Visit. CON- 6160 - Rooms for Rent ForRent:_3BR/1BA__
or full cord. All sefornedpcand click on the Employ- Group Home. High TRACT PHYSICAL 6170 - Mobile Home/Lot house $325, 3BR/2BA
hardwood. Call for prices THERAPIST & PTA. Are 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals trailer, $350 a month, I 71O5
and availability. 3320 ment tab for further re- School diploma re-6190- Timeshare Rentals Ponce de Leon. MP Enterprises Land
850-209-5370availability. Leola Brock Nurseries quirements. Carpenter ex- quired. Must be mature, you looking for a great 6200 - action Rentals 850-259-9113.an5





r^^3220 I For Sale- Armstrong 2w2 Sale ard FE T $400Binanc . o5Cares
NorthLLC Plants, trees and eri Gence is preferred. The dependable, and a wcare envxperironmen Executive Office required. 547-5007 Call Milton Peel for infor-
Green oak fireplace shrubs Landscape de- starting hourly rate is good driving record. opportunity for flexibll- For rent- 3BR/2BA house mtion 850 638-1858
wood with dry wood for finished shed, 12X24, in- sign landscape contract- $1000. Application dead- Varied days and varied ityC NHC HOMECARE e* l rent yvilleR bpartlyh woroe se
sale. $60.00 for a good slated, wired, carpeted ing rrgat ryville on kine-s InDec. 20, 2007at hours. Apply in person of CHIPLEYhasanme 6100 furnished, $575. a month lchool.as South ofChipley.
load. Call 547-0828 aneled, A.C, $4000 200 1788 Whte Road, Bny 300 p.m. All questions re- at The Samson Group mediate opening or full 2 Offices and/or stores lus depositially fu Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,









Low, low, low overhead Coadition, sell for hand 850-548-5765 is self motivated, disci- Chipley, FL. 32428 tor or may apply in per- lease.com cation Dec. 1st. Security Gilbert Mill Rd.. Has old
guaranteesAmp power pole wth80ft FL 32425 (Washington guarding this position or Home, 10386 W-3055. State time & paid per 1250 square feet for both. 850-548-5331 or H ouston Rd, deep well,
prices P&S Discount Fur- 850-547-5524. Leave HCounty)ing v(850)638-1202other vacancies should be Hwy 52, Samson or visit/contract physical Great location in down- 850-768-0429 Duncan Community Rd.,
niture326-1500 diChipley (Since responsibilicted to the Human Re- call 334-898-7423. therapist & pta to care town Bonfay, rent for F. No pets Buddy Rd., (4) five acres
19738506384311 HUNTING LEASE sitio n will be centered on Healthcare for our homebound . 638-1918 For Rent; 1 BR/lbath (8) ten acres (5) eightac-
For Sale, One P-Beretta, WANTED by Panama City new customer develop- . rOwner financing or
3220ton C/H split unit, heat er & dove. 8504155151Will pay top counts. We are looking for SISTANT neededtients in the 850-547-3530 and 2Br/bath mobile home in cash. Low down payment,
B&B Furniture 1342 pump850-352-4265, PO Box dollar. Call John someone who is friemeasin850-547-5244. No pets, Deposit low monthly payments.
*Forth Fry & Multi-family 757, Cottondale, Chip- Sofa-sleep e 32431ew. (850)774-0909. of high integrity, prof Hes- fice. Musthare County Area. Home Chipey. Convenient loca- y.
NoYard Sale-1134 nueola Dr.,Chip-Sofa- ----esioneali ay care experience pre- Executive Office. required. 547-5007 Call Milton Peel for infor-





Chipley. We Saturday, pasture land for row has a teachable spirit. We outstanding customer Earn up to $150. a day. LRG efr 600 t -
le-15-07an, quality ots d hy fielmessage. for 4-Wheelers For sale Dental Assistant Neededh ared. Mleasent Call (888)-523-1013. APARTMENTSFor Rent-BR/2BA house nation 850-638-1858






stuffn0 Halifrice sale .t $sa0. Outside a d a ppreiation. If $6n $w. Dewn 2iaeSinglewidei Water & r leas aro
8100- 557-021 or starting at $0 you are not a go gRe-Experience preferred, buosition with porit y Chipley, convenient in Chipley. 638-1918 or
Wanted to Rent-Farm you will nofit the position - J willing to train. Charside Interested parties may location across frstove, -4478back 8 Trucks

Yard850-415-6866. Ask for For Sale in Graceville ly, Chip- of Caryville on knse emanc., il ya concrete and dutiesw/the dentist, not fax resume to: Chipley Hgh School. 1-ans
15th, 8:00am-noon. 1446 lzer B onifay rear, 36" Hwy 179 N. Wilford building supply company 850-415-1444front desk. 850-638-1635, Atn: Me-ed sewer, garbage. Everyh-638-7700 Small House partially fur-Commercial
Furniture & Mattresses cut, year old, mint Forehand or earl Fore- is seeking someone who Resumes: 843 Hwy 277 lissa Finch, Administra- wwing new. Sorryoffipefts or nished. Available for appli- 5 ac., high and dry, on













clothes, baby gear, mater- Cad l anytime, 4100 - Help Wanted you can fax to Chipley tiond Inc., in Bonifay would HUD. 850-638-3306. 8503262201 8170-Auto Parts
Low, low, usehow overhead condition, sell for hand50-formation Mic545765cah is self motivated, disci- Chipley, FL. 32428 or or may apply in per- Hollow 3BR/2Ieasecom cation Dec. 1st. Security Gilbert Mill Rd.. Has old















^-----------------------------------------------------------Apartments countryN$5^010 per 8230 - Saliboats cr
guarantees low, lowlow $2,000. cash. plined, well organized and 850-638-3055. son at NHC HomeCa 2BR/1BA, water, deposit $400 NO $425 mobile home, deep well,
prices. P&S Discoun Fur- 850-547-5524. Leave Hunting very aggressive. The majustice. Job placement513 Hwy 90, Chipley, Executivare Offic Space monthly rent. Smoke free large trees. Price reduced
nature, Chipley. (Since message(877)258-8782. responsibilities for the p- FL32428 for rent downtown Chip- environment. No pets or o $45,000. 638-8570
1973) 850638-4311 HUNTING LEASE sition will be centered on Healthcareified. Call (866)858-2121Gracelay. 638-1918 HUD. 850-638-1272
For Sale, One P-Beretta, WANTED by Panama City new customer develop- Other
12gage. Shoots 3in. Meg. g r o u p . ment and the mainte- FRONT DESK ASSIS-
Best Offer. Woodland/farmland for nance of existing ac- TANT AND DENTAL AS- Mystery Shoppers, get
Pocket watch, 14K Elgin. deer &dove. Willpaytop counts. We are looking for SISTANT needed for paid to shop Renta istanRetail/dce las Fining6110 Rd. No Pets R
GET 850-352-4265, P Box dollar. Call John someone who is friendly, Multi-Physician entrantall f-Ha establishments need un- 1 Bedroom Apartmentin 2002, 2BR/lbath on 1-547-4606
STAFry & Multi-fEW amil 757, Cottondale 32431. (850)774-0909. of high integrity, profs- ice. Must be a team derercover clients to judge Chipley. Convenient oca n acre, washer, dryer in-issan Quest GXE
Yard Sale-1134 ad in overola Dr.,100 Florida positions. sional in appearance, and player and able to offer quality customer service tion. No pets 638-4640 clouded, $375. month orition. offer










new papers for $475. Call this hazmat, no pumps, great benefits, Ga tho Equ rent. Call 638-8639. it Comee t and make
Chiplmo re details or visit: www.florida- (866)GO-BYNUM. Need 2 years i incredible community, water & marsh nsBnday.AaiLordwe Psaled. lcae t
1sclassifieds.com. experience views, Year-sround temperate weather. AtoL 4850L57C53aR 84se9-50 for5 1 or Mlate.nde pats Strut
12-15-07. 8:00 un/-ai94 Lots "- 87,
Reasonable prices & free 850-638-8437 treat them with great re- multi-task is a must. Trades $450 S/D $200. 3BD/1 BA 373-8408Home for rent. $1,600 Or- AntiqueBest Offer
rivstuff". Half price sale at spect and appreciation. If $650 S/D $350. Downtown 2BR/2BA.On Pneer Rd, 850-638-2282.Cars
1:00 W eayou are no.t a go getter, Full time position with Want An Opportunity Chipley, convenient oca-2biglesu Watoferd.l10 -Cars
Wanted to Rent- Farm you will not fit the position benefits available. Please with a growing company? tion. Rent includes stove garbage furnished. All 8120- Spors Utility Vehctrics
Yard Sale Saturday Dec land in GracevilleChip Please email your re- fax resume to Want to work hard and be refrigerator, city waterilcks
15th, 8:00am-noon. 1446 ly, Bonifay areaOrsumes to 850-415-1444 or mail to: rewarded for it? Reed sewer, garbage. Everyth- porch. No pets. Call 8140 - Vans r
Houston Rd. Lots of baby pasture land for cows micah@jerkinsinc.com or Family Dentistry of Concrete and Construc- ing new. Sorry no pets or 850 on Sapp Road, good, looks good. White











direct from manufacturer. 20 colors in CDL? Tuition reimbursement! CRST. NEW HOMES GREENVILLE SC 3BR/2BA Home on Lucas Briee do 2 bo wo60o rRcs
clothes, baby gear, mater- Call anytime, 4100 - Help Wanted you can fax to Chipley tion, Inc., in Bonifay would HUD. 850-638-3306. 850-326-201. 8170 - Auto Parts
0778clothes, treadmill and 850-718-1859 code 4130 - Employmentrs-Flatbed Recent Average of 1410A Brickyard Rd. like t o talk with you. For ent BR/A The ark at 2350 es
househoGulfCoastSupply.535 . $927.00/wk Information Micah Chipley, FL. 32428 850-547-5767 Sleepy Hollow 3BR/BA, CH/A, in the 210- Boats
Apartments country. $550.00 per 8230- Sailbo ats ercraft
Sreight Network, 401K, Blu2BR/1BA, water, garbage month. NO PETS. Leave 8240- Boat & Marine
recent OTR required Call toll r oad fronjustice. Job placement assistance. & lawn care included. message, 638-7130. Supplies
HUD not accepted. For Rent: Furnished m- 8310 - APircraft/Aviation
(877)258-8782. Financial aid and computer provided if 638-7128 bile home 11/2BR/1bath, 8330- Campers & Trailers
Announcements qualified. Call (866)858-2121, www.O Graceland Manor Apart- total electric. 4101 Doug- 8340- Motorhomes
ments. Rental assistance las Ferry Rd. No Pets, Ref-
Driveyou earn $800/day? 30 Machines, Free 2006 running our FloridaNSPORT- nlineTidewaterTech.com on, 2, andy pr bedroomsitatio rences required. $395. must see $3800
GET COVERED....Run your ad needs qualified drivers for Central Handicapped and 850-547-4606
non-handicapped accessi-r For Sae-8 1 10 -
STATEWIDE! You can run your Florida- Local & National OTR ble apartments, 850 or aenn nn 7100t-3/BRHomes tana 750 only 15,000 mi-GXE
-263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. downtown Ch.loey area. van. Show room
classified ad in over 100 Florida positions. Food grade tanker, no Real Estate 5445 Brown Street co7110Beach Home/ les and ition. excellent offer byeshape
unGraceve, FL. Equaerso ! Year OTR experience requiredDeposit and first month extras a
newspapers for $475. Call this hazmat, no pumps, great benefits,(800)441- located 10 minutesin it. Come see it and make
housibased Busineng authority o ren a - offer. Call 850-773-3514















mtising for real estant in down- mobile homes. Quiet parkte














Call Now (888)874-9344. Benefits Must have Class A 100K COaSTAl G rnovati e lapr FOr Rent -T Tieharee, 2 006 150BRpafter60 400M
more details or visit: www.florida- (866)GO-BYNUM. Need 2 years Incredible community, water & marsh etown Bonifay call r for more reasonable rent. In Ponce 1990 ecadiac Devie.































more miles. Pd Car Haul Training! Call Blowing Rock, Banner Elk. Let the oh winB pgray ev e aoaben.9 Cdillac inderlle
ESTABLISHED RESTAURANT in John s.comWaggone experience views, Year- round temperate weat her. 850ea 547-5244 u 71ap-849-5068. 0 -5,o . (850) 774earC2333r tc
Near Golden Isles. Enjoy boating, proved. Mobile Home for rent. $1,600 Or Best Offer,
Driver: DON'T JUST START fishing, walking, family/retirement Townhouse Apt for rent- 2BR/2BA. On Pioneer Rd, 850-638-2282.
12BR/7-927.5BA. Chipley. 4 miles ast of Vernon. 25ft oachman
Building Supplies YOUR CAREER, START IT living. Great financing available. $595/mth. 638-1918. 850-638-7315 or 1998 Ford F250,
Salty 850-547-94467. Automatic, electric
________________ RIGHT! Company Sponsored CDL CALL 88839958windows/door locks,
Employment.Mobile Homes for rent in bed-liner, good tires. Runs
METAL ROOFING. SAVE $$$ buy training in 3 weeks. Must be 21. Have Cottondale on Sapp Road, good, looks good. White

















------v140 8 miles east of Chipley. with brown interior. Priced
direct from manufacturer. 2d! colors in CDL? Tuition reimbursement! CRST NEW HOMES GREENVILLE, SC 3BR/2BA Home on Lucas h 3 R/2A and 2BR/2BA below book. $5,000 FIRM.
Equip Training.ic. Lake Rd. $650 a month, available. Total electric. (850) 209-5241.
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