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Crime Watch
Crime never takes a day off, and local law
a enforcement was in action last week. Check
5 lf out the Arrest Reports.
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Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties

Santa comes to NFCH
On Saturday, Dec. 1,
Northwest Florida
Community Hospital held a
Christmas party with
approximately 200 local
children attending. Com-
munity Home Health and the
hospital sponsored the event.
Page 3

NASCAR started out as a
group of former
moonshiners and auto
mechanics that would literally
"run what they brung" to the
racetrack. Soon it developed
into a sport of big-dollar
sponsors and the need
to keep those financing the
sport happy. Thus NASCAR
developed the top 35 rule,
which guarantees the
.top 35 cars in owner's points
a spot in the field.
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Above and below: Children's Librarian Zedra Hawkins helps with crafting.


on crafting

Mary Paramore/WCN
The Washington County
Public Library in Chipley of-
fered three afternoon craft- .
ing sessions for children to -
make and take ornaments ,
for their Christmas trees
in December. Children's
Librarian Zedra Hawkins in- -:
structed youth, but allowed
for some individual creativ- ..
ity, as well. To learn more
about library programs for
children, contact Hawkins Mary Paramrore/WCN
at 638-1314. Crafting is one of several programs offered at the library.

International airport work to start Jan. 2

Fewer than 10 workers
will be on site until
after Jan. 23 hearing
Florida Freedom Newswire
Construction crews are sched-
uled to begin limited preliminary
site work for the new Panama City-
Bay County International Airport
on Jan. 2.
The scope of work has been
reduced significantly in recent
weeks by a federal appellate court
in New York. The startup work
will involve only about six to eight
workers, a far cry from the team
of 150 employees anticipated to
be involved during construction
of the $300 million airport, said
Phoenix Construction director
James Finch.

The airport is considered a
major business catalyst for the
entire region, and if completed is
expected to lead to major business
growth which would also affect
Holmes and Washington counties.
This impact is expected to be felt
particularly along highways 77
and 79, which would be four-laned
from the Bay County line to Inter-
state 10. The two highways would
provide major ingress and egress
from the airport complex.
A survey team from KBR Inc.,
construction manager for the
project, has been on site this week
marking out the boundary of the
4,000-acre tract on which the
1,300-acre airport will be locatiJ,
Finch said.
Construction activity at the site
north of Bay County Road 388 was
halted before it could begin when
Judge Richard C. Wesley of the

Second Circuit Court of Appeals
on Nov. 29 ordered an interim stay
on airport construction because
three organizations, the Natural
Resources Defense Council, the
Defenders of Wildlife and Friends
of PFN, a local pilot's organization,
appealed the Federal Aviation Ad-
ministration's record of decision.
The groups are seeking a total ban
on construction activity pending
the outcome of their appeal to the
full appeals court.
Under the ruling by a three-
judge panel on Dec. 17, Phoenix
Construction can undertake a
number of preliminary tasks to
prepare for actual site develop-
ment and airport construction that
do not destroy or damage sensitive
They include surveying the
See AIRPORT, page 2

Inside This Week
Years Ago...............Page 4
NASCAR ...................Page 6
Classifieds.............. Page 7
USA Weekend..Inside


CRA gives final

approval for T.J.

Roulhac roof
Staff Writer
Chipley's T.J. Roulhac Activity
and Enrichment Center is getting
a new roof.
Vincent Jones Roofing of Ft.
Walton Beach was awarded the job
for $65,000. Work is expected to
begin in January.
The Chipley Redevelopment
Agency has committed $50,000 to
the project, $15,000 short of the
bid accepted. Ted Everett, CRA
executive director, said he expects
the board to pay for the project in
full, however.
"When we put $50,000 out there,
it was a guess. We never really
knew what it would cost," he said.
Everett will ask the CRA board to
increase its pledge to $65,000 at.its
next meeting. "We've got to get that
clinic open."
Everett was referring to a free
clinic operated at the site by Dr. Val
Sheffield. The clinic was closed due
to roof leaks. That and other space
in what was Chipley's black school
during segregation is unusable be-
cause of the historic site's deteriora-
tion. The old school was transferred
to a private non-profit by the Board
of County Commissioners.
In recent years, parts of the
school have been used for summer
and after school activities under
the auspices of the T.J. Roulhac-
Activity and Enrichment Center.
Organizers hope to put a museum
in the old library and have sought
state historic preservation funding
to save buildings on the site.
At $65,000, Jones' bid was
somewhat higher than five others
received by the CRA, which ranged
from $42,200 to $88,554.
When reviewing bids Nov. 28,
the CRA board realized there were
vast differences between them. For
instance, some bids included debris
removal and some did not. Some
bids called for roof repair, while
others called for 'roof replacement.
One bid very specifically excluded
some work from its bid, and CRA
members could not determine
whether these items were included
in more costly bids.
There were also differences in
roofing systems that board mem-
bers felt unqualified to distinguish
CRA board members asked
contractors to respond to'a set of
questions and met again on Dec.
19 to review bids and responses to
their questions.
When bids were first opened, Dr.
Thelma Wood, chairman of the T.J.
Roulhac Enrichment and Activity
Center Board of Directors, told
CRA board members that Vincent
Jones Roofing had replaced a roof
at the site as part of another project.
She praised Jones, his work and
work ethic, and lobbied for accep-
tance of his bid.
At that meeting, CRA members
acknowledged her comments, but
'declined to award to the bid based
only on that board's preference. In
the end, the CRA Board, too, agreed
Jones was best for the job.
By replacing the old flat roof
with a new flat roof, the site retains
its eligibility for funding under
Florida's historic preservation
grants program, since this is not a
major change of the structure.

2, Washington County News, Saturday, December 29, 2007

Mary Paramore/WCN
Community service
by Girl Scouts
Country Oaks Girl Scout
Troop 248 accepted re-
sponsibility for the clean-
liness and beautification
of a portion of Quail
Hollow Road at the Dec.
20 meeting of the Wash-
ington County Board of
County Commission-
ers. Commissioners ap-
proved a resolution that
assigns litter control to
the Girl Scouts in ex-
change for the County
erecting signs announc-
ing the agreement along
the road. Board Chair-
man Joel Pate presents
the signed resolution
to Girl Scout leaders
Monica Baxley and Mary

County Planning
Commission meets
Washington County Planning
Commission will meet Jan. 8 at 5
p.m. in the County Government
Annex meeting room, 1331 South
Boulevard in Chipley. Items on
the agenda include:
*Propossed variance to estab-
lish a legal building lot: Gregory
Jackson, 3725 Armstrong Mill
* -Public hearing for Washing-
ton County, to include Sunny
Hills, and the municipalities
of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon and
Wausau in the capital improve-
ments element of the comprehen-
sive plan.
*Public hearing for proposed
special exception Type V (borrow
pit) for Blue Springs Acres.
*Public hearing for proposed
small-scale land use change from
agriculture/silviculture to general
commercial to allow for com-
mercial/office development for
Bert Moore Trustee and Creek
Bank Trading Co. (Thomas D.
Simms III)
*Proposed plat vacation of
four lots in Rainbow Heights
subdivision in the city limits of
Vernon for Steven Smith
*Preliminary plat approval
for a 28-lot clustered subdivision
for Indian Creek Estates (David
Evans) on State Road 20
*Preliminary plat approval
for a 45-lot clustered subdivision
(without continuous paved roads)
as Magnolia Estates I, LLC (An-
drew Sherrod) on Rifus Road
*Conceptual approval of de-
velopment for LUMA Develop-
ment and Management, LLC
(Luis Valencia) on Brickyard
For more information, call
Connie Anderson at 415-5093.

Continued from page 1

airport site to identify wet-
lands; erecting silt fencing
to impede soil erosion during
construction; maintenance
of existing logging roads that
will be used for hauling in
construction equipment and
materials; and site selection
and installation of construc-
tion trailers.'
Although the panel also
allowed some site clearing in
non-wetlands areas, Phoenix
has decided to delay that task
pending the appellate court
hearing set for Jan. 23 on
the FAA's record of decision,
Finch said.
"We want to be extra
careful, so we decided not
to do any land clearing at all
yet," he said.
"We can't do a whole lot"
under the court ruling, Finch
said Wednesday. "We need

Submitted photo
Challenge issued...
On a recent trip through the Chipley area, Florida
truck driver Josh Lee was smashed with a pie in the
face for losing a beginner's weightlifting bet with
his buddy, Jay Burnett. Lee, who stands at 5'10 and
weighs 150, was plastered by Burnett right in the
face with a huge chocolate cream pie for the loss.
The only problem from the bet was that Lee chal-
lenged Burnett to a rematch, with the loser again
having to be "pied." Unfortunately for Burnett, Lee
started working out a little more than Burnett had
for the last several weeks. Because Lee is on the
road for an extended period of time, bet coordina-
tor Gene Netles is overseeing that Burnett's pie-
in-the face plastering takes place. "I am offering a
cash prize to guys who weigh more than Jay who
would be game to properly put him in his place with
pies." Any guys who would like to dish out Jay's
just desserts are encouraged to e-mail Netles at
terri0476@aol.com. The main requirement to win
the prize is to explain in detail why the potential pie
smasher would be the proper candidate to humili-
ate Burnett with pies in the face. "We want to make
sure Jay gets it really good," said Netles. After the
pie smasher has been selected, the smashing time
will be coordinated during Burnett's next return to
the Chipley area.

to wait for the actual court
hearing to get under way in
full force."
Facilities for the new air-
port initially are planned to
be built on some 1,300 acres
of a 4,000 acre site donated
by The St. Joe Company.
Plans call for the new facil-
ity to have one 8,400-foot
runway, a 5,000-foot cross-
wind runway, seven gates
and a 100,000 square-foot
terminal building.
The airport project is part

of the much larger West Bay
Sector Plan which incor-
porates some 75,000 acres,
including areas for com-
mercial, industrial and resi-
dential development. More
than 40,000 acres, or more
than 60 square miles, will be
permanently preserved as a
conservation area and will be
available to Florida residents
and visitors for hiking, fish-
ing, kayaking, bird watch-
ing and other non-invasive

RMS students inducted into NHS

Sixty students from
Roulhac Middle School
were recently inducted into
membership of the National
Junior Honor Society in a
ceremony held at school.
Members were selected
for meeting high standards
of scholarship, service,
leadership, citizenship, and
character. Students inducted
were: Kacey Aukema, Jas-
mine Belser, Mary Bowen,
Sarah Bowen, Kara Bush,
Zackary Butler, Makaela
Casady, Cory Chamberlain,
Colby Chance, Emily Clark,
Sara Compton, Tanner Cook,
Jenna Corbin, Johnathan
Cordes, Cody Daniels, Jack
Daniels, James Dilmore,
Lucky Duket, Lauren Estes,
Danielle Gainer, Adrian
Gonzalez, Ashley Granger,
George Hoffman, Paige
Holmes, Edward Laird,
Zachary Lankist, Austin
Lee, Courtney Lee, Chris-
tian Lerner, Brandon Lioea,
Morgan Locke, Tori Mash-
burn, Austin Miles, Autumn

Miller, Christian Miller,
Katlyn Nelson, Katelynne
Obert, Robert Patterson,
Tyler Pettis, Garrett Pletcher,
Braylee Pooser, Nicholas
Porter, Krstin Redfield, Tay-
lor Rousseau, Allison Rudd,
Bryon Shores, Rakeia Sorey,
Denise Spracklen, Sierra
Stoe, Robert Sullivan, Julia
Veit, Bridgett Vickers, Kari
Waldrip, Savannah Wall,
Cole Western, Kyndall Whit-
son, Corrie Wilkins, Ebony
Williams, Taylor Williams,
Mary Wilson.
Lacey Aukema, mem-
ber of the National Honor
Society Leadership Team
at Chipley High School, ad-
dressed the group during the
"National Junior Honor
Society members are cho-
sen for arid then expected
to continue their exemplary
contributions to the school
and community," said Mike
Park, RMS Principal.
The National Junior Hon-
or Society ranks as one of

the oldest and most presti-
gious national organizations
for middle level students.
Chapters exist in more than
60 percent of the nation's
middle level schools and,
since 1929, millions of stu-
dents have been selected
for membership. NJHS is
sponsored by the National
Association of Secondary
School Principals, which
also sponsors the National
Honor Society.

Friends of the Library
Friends of the Library
will meet Thursday, Jan. 3,
2008 at noon at the Blue
Lake Community Center.
Members are encouraged to
attend this annual business
meeting. Those attending
are also encouraged to tell
about a favorite book, or one
recently read, after lunch.
Make meal reservations by
noon Monday, Dec. 31, by
calling Rosa Nell Baxley at

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Saturday, December 29, 2007 Washington County News, 3

Free mulch
The City of Chipley is offering free mulch to city resi-
dents. The mulch can be picked up from behind the Chipley
Public Works Department on Rustin Drive.
To make an appointment to get mulch contact the Public
Works Department at 638-6346, Monday Friday, between
6:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Vernon VFD fund-raiser
Vernon Volunteer Fire Department's fundraiser is under-
way and representatives are out in the Vernon community.
If you have questions or concerns, call Vernon City Hall at
535-2444. This fundraiser has been approved by the Vernon
Fire Department.

Fireworks in Esto
The Fifth Annual Fireworks Extravaganza is scheduled
to take place in Esto on New Year's Eve, Dec. 31, beginning
at 4:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Esto.
There will be a moonwalk for the kids, the playground will
be open, great singing, as well as free food and drink. The
fireworks show is scheduled to take place around 7 p.m.

.Things to do'in Washington, Holmes and Surrounding Counties
S Check outlor submit events atwww.chipleypaper.com

Submitted photo Submitted photo
Mrs. Claus was on hand to help with festivities. Santa Claus is joined by one of his elves.

Santa visits Northwest Florida Community Hospital

200 children on
hand for holiday
On Saturday, Dec. 1,
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital held a Christ-
mas party with approximately
200 local children attending.
Community Home Health
and the hospital sponsored
the event.
Patrick Schlenker, CEO,
welcomed the guests while
Commissioner Eddy Hol-
man lit the Christmas tree on
the front lawn.
And, as the poem says,
while out on the lawn, there
arose such a clatter!
It was an AirHeart air am-
bulance delivering Santa all
the way from the North Pole.
The elves were also on site to
assist Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Mrs. Claus entertained the
children by reading books
and even rocked a few babies
to sleep.
Subway donated cookies
and McDonalds donated
small toys for Santa to hand
out and an icy orange drink
for everyone there.
The Washington County
Health Department stopped
by to share bicycle helmets,
T-shirts and even some fun
physical activities to keep
the kids busy.
Early Learning Coalition
shared their secret recipe
for special reindeer food.
Door prizes were donated
by King's Drugs, Orange
Hill Express, Chipley Drugs,
Covenant Hospice and the
Washingto.n County Health

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

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Submitted photo
Everyone gathered to light the Christmas tree.

Huckabee makes brief stop in Destin

Florida Freedom
Republican presidential
candidate Mike Huckabee
wasn't in Northwest Florida
very long Thursday, but he
did have time to say the
region is key to winning the
state's Jan. 29 primary.
Huckabee and his wife,
Janet, stopped in Destin
for about an hour Thursday
morning after visiting Mi-
ami on Wednesday and the
Orlando area earlier Thurs-
day. The former Arkansas
governor changed planes at
Destin Airport en route to
Iowa, where he had meetings
scheduled Thursday night

in preparation for the Jan. 3
Republican caucus, the first
in the nation.
With Florida's primary a
month away, Huckabee said
winning the GOP stronghold
of Northwest Florida will be
important in the primary.
"Florida, and specifically
the Panhandle, is really criti-
cal for us. Someone is going
to come out of this primary
with a lot of momentum, and
I plan for it to be us," Hucka-
bee said. "This area has long
been a conservative bastion,
and we really need to do well
in the Panhandle.if we hope
to carry Florida."
Although Huckabee's
visit was impromptu, a hand-

ful of supporters turned out
at the airport to wish him
Huckabee's visit came
on the heels of opponent
Mitt Romney's appearance
in October at the Panhandle
GOP Celebration Dinner on
Okaloosa Island.
Former President Bill
Clinton and National Demo-
cratic Committee Chairman
Howard Dean also visited
Harbor Docks restaurant
in Destin in recent months.
Democratic presidential can-
didate John Edwards was
scheduled to hold a fund-
raiser at Harbor Docks in
November but canceled to
focus on Iowa.

Reeling market taught homeowners hard lessons

Some believe it
could be 2009
before real estate

Florida Freedom Newswire
The slumping real estate
market of 2007 took a dra-
matic toll on sellers, buyers
and everyone in between.
The year started with more
than 4,500 condos, town
homes and houses on the
market an all-time high
for the Emerald Coast.
The spring saw hom-
eowners learning hard les-
sons about the necessity of
realistic pricing. The market
was overbuilt and condos
were particularly hard to
"There are a lot of people
who are just walking away,"
Realtor Ray DiTirro ob-
served in April. "They do
their cashflow analysis and
they say, 'It'll cost me less
to walk away than to carry
this condo.'"

In addition, many real
estate agents left the indus-
try to take other jobs to pay
the bills. By summer, it was
clear that housing prices had
tanked but had even further
to go. On June 21, hundreds
of real estate agents held
a public prayer luncheon
at Destiny Worship Center
to ask God to energize the
area's flat sales. At that time,
Okaloosa County's May
sales were down 44 percent
compared to May 2006,
and year-to-date sales were
down 36 percent compared
to the previous year.
By September, University
of West Florida economist
Rick Harper said the healthi-
est real estate markets were
in Walton, Santa Rosa and
Bay counties areas with
steady growth and seasonal
traffic. Harper, director of
the Haas Center for Busi-
ness Research and Economic
Development, recently pre-
dicted that the overall market
may not recover until some-
time in 2009.
Veteran Realtor Debbie
Gericke agrees, saying she

does not expect to see sig-
nificant improvement in
"There's a lot of unrealis-
tic stuff on the market," said
Gericke, director of builder
developer services at Cold-
well Banker JME Realty.
"Until we chew through
that, we'll continue to mut-
ter along." She said the
strategy should be patience,
not panic.
"We're certainly not in a
robust market, but it's not a
hopeless market," she said.
"The things that are sell-
ing are under $250,000 and
under $225,000. They're
moving right along."
Current records from the
Emerald Coast Associa-
tion of Realtors show 5,977
single family homes and
4,090. condos on the market.
For buyers, that's more than
enough choice. For hom-
eowners looking to sell, it
could be a long wait.
"If you do not have to sell
your home, now is not the
time to put your house on the
market," Gericke said. "It's
just diluting it."

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4, Washington County News, Saturday, December 29, 2007

Washington County Sheriff's
Department arrest report for
the week of Dec. 17 Dec. 24,
Bradley Beck: w/m, 7/20/82;
Chipley; violation of probation
on burglary; arrested 12/17.
Eric Birge: w/m, 8/18/83;
Cottondale; violation of proba-
tion on possession of marijuana;
arrested 12/18.
Henry Bishop: w/m, 2/10/44;
Youngstown; criminal mischief,
battery, disorderly conduct; ar-
rested 12/19/07.
Lisa Brooks: b/f, 12/30/72;
Chipley; resist officer, driving
while license suspended or re-
voked; arrested 12/20.
Frederick Cooper: w/m,
12/28/87; Chipley; violation of
probation on possession of mari-
juana; arrested 12/17.
Keith Dean: w/m, 11/23/80;
Gulf Shores, Ala.; violation of
probation on possession of mari-
juana, possession of parapherna-
lia; arrested 12/24.
William Glass: w/m,5/30/78;
Colquitt, Ga.; possession of listed
chemicals, possession of para-
phernalia, possession of meth,
possession of cocaine, driving
while license suspended or re-
voked, Okaloosa County war-
rant for possession of cocaine;
arrested 12/24.
Joseph Goodman: w/m,
10/23/89; Alford; aggravated
battery; arrested 12/20.
Michael Gravel: w/m,
7/12/71; Perry; violation of pro-
bation on burglary, larceny; ar-
rested 12/22.
Patty Herbert: w/f, 9/28/61;
Vernon; possession of cocaine,

driving while license suspended
or revoked; arrested 12/22.
David Leasher: w/m, 9/6/69;
Chipley; criminal mischief, lar-
ceny; arrested 12/22.
Christine Masonis: w/f,
4/6/80; DeFuniak Springs; Wal-
ton County warrant for worthless
checks; arrested 12/22.
Dorothy McGinley: w/f,
6/6/59; Ozark, Ala,; violation of
probation on larceny; arrested
Calvin Oliver: b/m, 2/1/70;
Ebro; trespassing, resist offi-
cer without violence; arrested
LaurelRainer: w/f, 12/21/82;
Greenwood; possession of co-
caine, possession of parapherna-
lia, possession of listed chemi-
cals, possession of meth; arrested
Kamer Seaton: b/m, 2/23/81;
San Diego, Calif.; resist officer
-without violence, possession of
marijuana; arrested 12/24.
Suzon Tarver: b/f, 7/22/85;
San Diego, Calif; driving while
license suspended or revoked;
arrested 12/24.
Sandra Tipton: w/f, 6/16/60;
Youngstown; disorderly conduct,
criminal mischief, battery; ar-
rested 12/18.
Rhonda Truett: w/f, 6/21/79;
Bonifay; larceny; arrested
Terry Williams: b/m, 2/14/62;
Caryville; Holmes County war-
rant for worthless checks; ar-
rested 12/17/07.
Jackson Wright: w/m,
1/21/88; Caryville; possession
of marijuana; arrested 12/17.


5 YEARS AGO, 2003
Ambers Carter was named
employee of the year by
Chipley Water and Utilities
Twin girls, Olivia and
Hannah, were born to Marty
and Nancy Lee.
Literacy Volunteers of
Washington County donated
textbooks costing $720 to
Vernon Place.
Knights of Columbus
presented a check for $450
to ARC executive director
Mavis Smith and assistant
director Jimmy Dilmore.
Kristi Broom won a
$1,200 handwoven oriental
rug raffled off by St. Mat-
thew's Episcopal Church for
its building fund.
10 YEARS AGO, 1998
Roulhac's eighth-grade
Titians bested the Holmes
County Blue Devils in a con-
ference basketball game and
won the championship.
Nora Uekes Nettles wrote
the News santa to ask for a
giga pet, crashback and a
bike. Alex Payne said he
wanted a four wheeler "be-
cause I like to ride around
.the place."
Among those photo-
graphed at a holiday dinner
held at Panhandle Shrine
Club were Curtis Caudill,
Joseph Martin and Henry
Approximately 3,500 cans
of food were collected dur-
ing a two-week period spon-

scored by Holmes County
Key Club. The food went
to the Salvation Army for
Ebro Town Council voted
to name the park adjacent
to its community center the
Obie T. Morrell Recreational
Park in honor of his honor,
Mayor Obie Morrell.
A Gerontology program
affiliated with Northwest
Florida Mental Health,
moved into the old St. Mary's
School building in Caryville.
"There's a lot of elderly
people who are not being,
reached by other services,"
the director explained.
Dick Wilder, president
of Sunny Hills VFD, said
approximately 25 cars were
rubbed, tubbed and scrubbed
during the department's five-
hour car wash.
40 YEARS AGO, 1968
Southern Bell Telephone
and Telegraph Co. autho-
rized a $1,102,000 addition
to its Chipley facilities which
would serve as long-distance
communication center for
much of west Florida.

to her home in Manatee
following a holiday visit
with her daughter and son-
in-law, Dr. and Mrs. George
The young son of Mr. "and
Mrs. J. E. Minchin, had the
misfortune to break his arm
on a Friday afternoon. It was
the second time for Allie in
about two months.
An item in the newspaper
reported that H.H. Wells,
promising Chipley attorney,
was busy selling property on
C.I. Barfield, teacher at
Perch Pond, spent a few days
in Wausau.

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Chipley's Christmas tree
at the corner of Railroad Av-
enue and South Sixth Street
was downed by tornadic
winds lashing West Florida
on Sunday. It was undam-
aged and was re-erected on
U.S. Rep. Bob Sikes
vowed he would help the
area get an airfield for
the Chipley, Bonifay and
Graceville area.
50 YEARS AGO, 1958
Mrs. Claudia Shreve vis-
ited her brother, Woodrow
Derryberry in Monterey,
Mrs. J.O. Blackburn was
in Atlanta, Ga., visiting her
son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Black-
burn Jr.
Shopping in Chipley on
the weekend were Mrs. T.J.
-Harris and Mrs. L.H. French
of Graceville.
70 YEARS AGO, 1938
Mr. and Mrs. G.U. Myers
and son were spending the
holidays with her mother,
Mrs. T.Z. Martin in Madi-
Mrs. H.J. Kendall retuned


Saturday, December 29, 2007 Washington County News, 5


Smoking essation
classes start Jan. 3
The first meeting will be
Jan. 3 from:30 6:30 p.m.
at Holmes county Health
Department' Meetings will
be held ona weekly basis
for six we ing Now ; a program de-
veloped b ex-smokers for
those wh(want to become
For mce information on
these fre classes, contact
* Kay Walen at 547-8500
ext. 267 rAlice Simmons at
ext. 253Lobacco Prevention
and Edtation Program.
Thipublication was
made possible by the Tobac-
co Preention and Control
ProgrAl from the Florida
Deparnent of Health.

Votfby mail
T1 Supervisor of Elec-
tionoffice now offers the
optid to Vote By Mail in the
200:elections. It is simple
andonvenient. Three very
important items. that you
nee to know it order to Vote
.-lave your signature up
to ate. Each signature on a
VW By Mail ballot is veri-
fi6 with the signature on file
wh the Elections office.
*Please make sure your
Vhshington County resi-
dntial address is up to date.
5te By Mail ballots cannot
t forwarded.
,Vote By Mail request
)rms must be received at
ae Supervisor of Elections
officee no later then six days
)rior to an election.
To request Vote By Mail
ballots or to receive addi-
tional information, please
contact our office at 638-.
6230, or visit .our Web site
at: www.wcsoe.org:
ePresidential Prefrrence
Primary January 29, 2008
*Primary Election--
August 26, 2008
*General Electior -- No-
vember 4, 2008

from NFCH
Colon cancer i the sec-
ond most deadlycancer in
the United States ,/et largely
preventable bya routine
colonoscopy screening.
Northwest Florida Com-
munity Hospitaloffers this
screening on ar outpatient
basis. The Amrican Can-
cer Society reommends
starting at age 9, everyone
should be screened for colon
Remember:o ask your
local healthcre provider
about a colonoscopy and if
it's right for yu. For more
information contact Heather
Shelby, RN Eacation Coor-
dinator at Nothwest Florida
Community hospital 415-

4-H now offers
horse cld
Washingmpn County 4-H
is organizig a community
club for yoth interested in
anything t(do with horses.
Youth do nt have to own a
horse to jn the club; they
just need have an interest
in horses.
Thereivas a kick-off
and enrohient meeting for
the clubin December, but
youth ar welcome to join
at any tie.
Youtlshould be prepared
to pay 2 for 4-H activity
insurance and a health insur-
ance cal and to complete
the 4-1 enrollment paper-
work ad a health form.
If ye have any questions,

contact 4-H Youth Develop-
ment Agent, Julie P. Dillard,
at 638-6180.

Ben's Place plans
Dog Expo
Ben's "Place will host
its First Annual Panhandle
Dog Expo, "No Dog Left
Behind," Jan. 19 10 a.m. to
4p.m. at 1211 Sam Ard Rd.,
Activities include dog
grooming tips, basic obedi-
ence training, how to pick
your dog or puppy and
healthcare workshops.
Call to enter your dog or
puppy in a fashion show,
basic obedience and bow-
wow picture contest. There
will also be doggie figure
painting, silent auction.
Admission is free. Ev-
eryone is asked to donate a
bag of dry dog food. Ven-
dor booths are $25, plus a
basket of goods that will be
auctioned. Barbecue chicken
dinners will be served at $5
All proceeds from this
event will go to continued
support of Ben's Place Ani-
mal & Care Adoption Cen-
ter. You can call 263-7693
for more information.

The Florida Highway
Patrol will conduct driver
license and vehicle inspec-
tion check points during
the month of January. They
will be held on the roadways
listed below in Holmes,
Jackson and Washington
State Road 2, 10, 69,71,
73, 77, 79, 81, 273, 276,
County Road 69A, 162,
164, 165, 165A, 167, 169,
173, 177, 177A, 179, 181,
185,271,276,279,280, and
Snow Hill Road.

More Heritage
Books available
The third printing of the
popular Heritage of Wash-
ington County book arrived
Aug. 17, according to Perry
Wells. "There are only a few
copies left of the fast-selling
books," he said.
Books are avail-
able by calling Wells at
638-1016 or by mailing
Price of the book remains
the same, $64.20 for those
picked up in Chipley, and
$70 for those mailed. Wells
will mail your book to you.

tickets on sale
Tickets are now on sale
for Skits-O-Phrenia, a fund-
raiser for the, Spanish Trail
Playhouse. This is a one
hour show full of comedy
skits and vinettes.
This event will be held
at the Chipley High School
auditorium at 7 p.m. Thurs-
day, Jan. 10. Tickets may be
purchased from any Spanish
Trail Playhouse Board mem-
ber (Kevin Russell, Trish
Payne, Cheryl Withrow,
Valerie Park, Tiffani Wolfe,
and Zedra Hawkins), the
Washington County Public
Library or the Washing-
ton County Chamber of
Commerce. Tickets are $10

Shooting incident
in Jackson County
According to the Jackson
County Sheriff's Office a
shooting incident occurred
on Dec. 11 at the corner of
13th Avenue and 12th Street
in Malone.

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The victim, David Thom-
as, Marianna, said he thought
he was going to be robbed by
two black men. As he and a
friend were leaving a resi-
dence where they stopped
to assist a friend with car
trouble, a large white car ap-
proached them and blocked
their path.
The driver was described
as a black male and a relative
of the victim. A passenger

got out of the car, his face
covered with a hood, he
brandished a large hand-
gun. As he approached the
victim's car, he pulled the
trigger of the gun but it
failed to fire. As the suspect
tried to clear the weapon, the
victim backed away firing
a single shot in the general
direction of the suspect.
The victims also said they
heard another gun shot as

they were driving away.
Investigation resulted in
two arrests: Jarvise Antwan
Baker, b/m, dob, 2/20/89 of
Bascom was arrested and
charged with aggravated
assault with a firearm, shoot-
ing into an occupied vehicle.
Steven Thomas, Jr., b/m,
6/22/88 also of Bascom was
arrested and charged with
principal to aggravated as-
sault with a firearm and

principal to shooting into an
occupied vehicle.

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iLPI'?T:1 Pi

'Driver Kahn(

civil and crime
Kasey Kahne is facing
civil and
charges in
a Miami
court on
Jan. 8 for
an alterca-
t i o n
a track
guard who
says the Kahne
shoved him to the ground
causing the 62-year-old
major back injuries.
The maximum sentence
for misdemeanor battery is

e' is facing

inal charges
one year in jail and a $1,000
Archibald Hutchinson is
seeking in excess of $15,000
for medical bills, punitive
damages and lost wages,
according to a civil suit filed
on Tuesday.
Hutchinson's attorney,
Russell Dohan, said his
client has not been back to
work since the incident took
place on Nov. 16 at the
Homestead Miam i
"He has a tear in his lum-
bar spine and is now seeking
treatment from an orthopedic
surgeon," Dohan said from
his office in Miami.

Jimmie goes golfing?

Jimmie Johnson's last trip
to the golf course led to a bro-
ken wrist.
So what will happen when
he partners with pop singer
and friend Nick Lachel to
form the Super Skins
Celebrity Golf Classic.
The event will be held in
conjuction with the Super
Bowl to be played this year in
Scottsdale, Ariz:, on Feb. 2.
Each hole will be worth
$20,000 and the winning team
will designate the earning to

the charity

They .

fatten the

through an
eB ay auc-
tion that

fans to bid Johnson
on a chance to play the event
with either Johnson or

Ambrose honored at home

Marcos Ambrose has been
voted the Australian Driver of
the Year by Auto Action, an
Australian weekly motor-
sports magazine.
Ambrose won the award,
open to any Australian-born
driver racing domestically or
internationally, for his efforts
in the No. 59 Ford Fusion in

DEI gives Man
Dale Earnhardt. Inc.
announced it has signed crew
chief Kevin "Bono" Manion to
a three-year deal that will con-
tinue his long-term tenure at
"Chemistry is a very
important part of any race
team and I'm excited that we'll
be able to continue to build on
what we have accomplished
over the past several years,"
Manion said. "We are looking
forward to getting back out
there on the track in January
and hopefully starting to build
on what can be a champi-
onship season."
"We are very pleased to
sign Kevin to a multi-year

the 2007 Busch Series.
Ambrose just finished his sec-
ond year in NASCAR -- he
competed in the Craftsman
Truck Series in 2006 -- after
winning Australian V8
Supercar championships in
2003 and 2004.
The awards are decided by
votes submitted by the fans.

ion extension
agreement," said John Story,
vice president of motorsports
operations at DEI. "Kevin is a
longtime and loyal employee
of Dale Earnhardt Inc., and his
accomplishments speak for
Manion helped guide
Martin Truex Jr. and the No. 1
team to a berth in the Chase
for the Nextel Cup in 2007. In
addition, the team notched its
first victory, at Dover in June.
Manion, who joined DEI
in 1997, helped lead Truex and
his No. 8 Busch Series team to
12 victories and two champi-
onships in 2004 and 2005,
before moving to the Cup
Series with the team in 2006.

Running for a starting spot

3 Qualifying doesn't mean much to most teims

Days to


NEXTEL Cup Final
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


Busch Series Final
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

said Waltrip.
"I definitely did not anticipate missing four races at the art.
"The Daytona deal was disastrous for our orgairation. We
weren't prepared for that and didn't realize that anything ce that was
humanly possible."
Could you imagine how different the year would ha, been for
Waltrip if he had raced in the 13 races where he fell victim) the Top-
35 rule?
That swing would have put Waltrip racing in 30 of th36 races
this season and possibly securing a top 35 points position Inself.
One of the better qualifiers, Joe Nemecheck, was put in new car
and number so Bobby Ginn could split time in the U.S. tny car
between Mark Martin and rookie driver Regan Smith.
Smith is secured a spot as he runs for Rookie of the Ye in the
first five races, while Martin and Aric Almirola will share duti in the
No. 8 U.S. Army car for Dale Eamhardt Inc.
An example of the importance of'finishing in the to 35 is
demonstrated by Penske moving the points from Kurt Buscio the
No. 77 driven by Sam Homish, who is looking to race th,2008
Homish, a former Indy Car Champion, has struggled in qdify-
ing attempts, but will at least be guaranteed the first fivetces.
.. his would obviously help Sam as he prepared to n the
first five races instead of preparing to qualify for the finfive
races," said Penske Corp senior vice president Bud D&er.
Last season six new teams started and five of em
fell into an early hole they never could recover front
This year Jacques Villeneuve and Carpentierill
not hate a secure spot in the first fi\e races., whileir-
z. ,: mer Ind) 500 Champion Dano Franchitti will. du.to
his spot %with Chip Ganassi Racing vith Feli\ Sabat.
But the ironic thing this past season is that Ka\
I Kahne and Man Kenseth raced at Da\iona after thr
times were disallowed. The case w'as the same for J.'
Gordon and Jimmie Johnson at Sonoma, and R\)
Newman at Kansas Speedwa) after having their quahli.
ing times disallowed.
Kenseth,and Johnson in this case would prol
ablI still have made the field due to being th
most recent champion seeking a pro
visional, but all bumped.
S cars due to the'
NToP-35 own-,
ers points
-T rule.

Truck Series Final
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 Standigs
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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NASCAR started out as a group of former moonshiners and auto
mechanics that would literally "run what they brung" to the racetrack.
Soon it developed into a sport of big dollar sponsors and the need
to keep those financing the sport happy.
Thus NASCAR developed the top 35 rule, which guarantees the
top 35 cars in owner's points a spot in the field.
For a short time NASCAR had the problem of field fillers who
would round out the field, make a lap, and then take home a nice
But today the fear is being a driver who has to "go or go home."
That leaves sometimes as many as 12 or more drivers battling for
roughly six open spots in the field unless there is a past champion pro-
visional being used.
"It is a fair rule," said Michael Waltrip, who missed 13 races he
actually qualified for due to the Top 35 in owner's points securing
positions. "These guys work really hard and understand the rules at
the start of the season.
"Our team is off to a terrible start, but if you are racing with the
other teams outside of the top 35, all you have to do is run good every
now and then. You'll gain a lot of ground doing that."
And at the end of the season the top 35 spots .
became almost as competitive as the Chase for 4
the Cup. Kyle Petty and his Dodge are now
guaranteed to start the first five races no
matter how they do in qualifying due to
his 35-place finish.
The margin between 33rd and 35th
places ,,as only 80 points. but between
35th and 36th place the margin was 147
That is bad news for the
legendary \\ood Brothers, w ho
used Bill Elliott for part of the .-L
season just to fall back on his '
past champions provisional. Net
ne\er needed it, despite finishing out of
the Top 35 in points.
Other teams who ha'e --j
to start fast at Daytona are
Da\id Reutimann.-
Michael Walmrip.
Brian Vickers, Paul d
Menard. Dale V.
Jarrett. Patrick ,
Carpentier, and the "
list goes on. & t
\\a 1 r i p 1. .
who started his .
ovan three-car 0?4"k
team. kno,, s
ho,, slipped "
the slope is
since ra c-
ing his ,r
was intoas
the field i
for the
500 after
an illegal
liquid %%as
found in
his man, -

/lill MSCAR


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AND FOPlaintiff's attorney, whose The review will be of the such resolution will be COLOR SELLS! 3170ColEquipmentesThisis to notify hatill no
CIVIL ACTION YOU ARE NOTIFIED that address is 9119 Corporate following petition of pro- t on o t Get Your ClassI 3180 Computers longer be responsible for
an action to foreclosure a Lake Drive, Suite 300, posed vacation of plat: Clerk's Office and duly Adre- C RI 3190 Electronics any debts incurred other
CASE NO.: 67-07-CA-361 mortgage on the following Tampa, Florida 33634, corded in the p Call now for details 3210- Free Pas It On 3220 than my own as of
DIVISIONCounty, Florida: this Court either before application to the Vernon ords of Washington and be noticed! 3220 Furniture B11Rur2
TALR, BA AND service on Plaintiff's attor- City Council, Vernon, Flor- County. Further informa- 638-0212 3230 Garage/Yard Sales B&B Furniture 1342
TAYLOR, BEAN AND ney or immediately there- ida.for the vacation of lots tion is available by calling or 3240 Guns- North FR Avenue, Chip-
HICO RPORATION, GAGESOUTHWEST CORNER after; otherwise a default in a plat recorded as Rain- Connie Anderson at (850) 547-9414 3250 Good Things to Eat ley. We pay cash for Wanted to Rent- FarmC
OF THE NORTHWEST 4 will be entered against bow Heights Subdivision, 415-5093, between the 3260 Health & Fitness clean, quality furniture, land inoGraceville, Chip-
CORPORATION' OOFTHE NORTHWEST1/ will be entered against bow Heights Subdivision, hours of 8:00 am and 3270 Jewelry/Clothing 850-5570211 or ley, Bonifafarea. Or
Plaintiff OF THE SOUTHEAST 1A you for the relief de- and of said lots as re- hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3270 Jewelry/Clothing 850-415-6866. Ask for pasture land for cows.
OF SECTION 30, TOWN- manded in the Complaint corded with the Washing- 4:00 p.m., MondayEquipment Pasco or Carolyn Call anytime,
vs.SHIP 4 NORTH, RANGE or petition, ton County Clerk of Court through Friday. 3290 Medical Equipment 850-718-1859 or
JAMES B. HYDE, etal, 15 WEST, WASHINGTON ote shall be pub- in Plat Book 2, Page 5, Pursuant to the provisions M In meant Furniture & Mattresses 535-4602.
Defendantss. COUNTY 730.50FLORIDAEETRUN twekin A, consisting of 1.25ac- of the Americans with Dis- 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ Low, low, low overhead
Defed )NORTH 730.50 FEET two consecutive weeks in c-d y abilities Act, any person Supplies guarantees low, low, low :
THENCE RUN S 89 DE- the WASHINGTON res, more or less, and ly- abilities Act, any person 30 plans guarantees low, low, low
NOTICE OF ACTION THENCE RUN TES 47DE- CUNTY NEWS. ing in Section 25, Town- requiring special accom- 3330 Restaurant/Hotel prices. P&S Discount Fur-
TO: JAMES B. HYDE SREES 02 MINUTES 4720 WITNESS my hand and ship 3N, Range 15W, modations to participate in 3340 -Sporting Goods nature, Chipley (Since
TO: JAMES B. HYDE SECONDS EAST 167.20 WITNESS my hand and shipp3N, Ray Idei5Wonthesemeetings is asked 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) 1973) 850638-4311 3320
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: FEET TO THE EASTERLY the seal of this Court on Property Identification these meetings is asked 3350 Tickets (B & Sell) 1973) 8506384311 i
1557BRUNSON ROADD RIGHT-OF-WAYLINEOF this 11 day of Dec., 2007. Number 4608-0003. The t4ouadvisefVernn CityHalle m -LL lans trees
CAR WIL, L322 A3SFEODR ROAD oE ^taxes are current on the at 850-535-2444 at least Lshulas Lrcaedes
CARYVILLEFLAND THE POINT OF BE- Linda H. Cook above-named property. befor e te e Landscape de-
CURRENT ADDRESS: GINNING CNTINUE S Clerk of the Court The vacation of this plat ing. If any person. de- 2100- Fre.ts o 3100 e contra
DCUERENTE ADES 02 MN C TU will not deny access of cides to appeal any deci- 2110- Pets: Free to 13 8-ig, irrigation systems.
LEISAUNKNOWN HYDEES TH 7 EANOR TH ALNG By: K. McDaniel anClerk property own ers plattedof agency, or commission 2120 Pet Supplies Wanted To Buy antiques, Farm Tractor for sale 1788 White Road, Bonifay,
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS FEET; THENCE 38775RT- As Deputy Clerk property in the Wash- subdivision. The road that with respect to any matter 2130 Farm Animals/ collectibles, gold, silver, Yam-Mar 2000. 27hp, 4 FL 32425 (Washington
LEISAHYDE FEETTHENCEDEPARTSupplie As published in the Wash subdivision. The road that Supplies dinnerware, collections, wheeldrive, with loader. County) (850)638-1202;
1557 BRUNSON ROAD 'ING SAID NORTH LINE ington County News De- is shown as considered acting, such meet- 2140- Pets/Livestock paintings, call Al Schmidt Great condition. $5000. 326-1500
RUN SOUTH 25 DE- cember 22, 29, 2007. ingress/egress to these will need a record of the Wanted 850-638-7304

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4-Wheelers For sale
starting at $450. 2232
Hwy. 179, Bonifay, 2
miles N. of Caryville on
Hwy. 179 N. Wilford
Forehand or earl Fore-
hand 850-548-5765
WANTED by Panama City
g r o u p .
Woodland/farmland for
Sdeer & dove. Will pay top
dollar. Call John

4100 Help Wanted
4130 Employment

The City of Chipley is
accepting applications
for an Administrative
Assistant- Minimum Re-
quirements: Performs
administrative duties
and assists staff in the
Public Works depart-
ment. Duties are per-
formed under the gen-
eral supervision of the
Public Works Director.
r 4 Education and Experi-
ence: High school di-
ploma or possession of
an acceptable equiva-
lency diploma. Two (2)
years work experience
involving administrative
duties including the op-
eration of a personal
Job descriptions are
available upon request
on all positions. City
participates in the Flor-
ida Retirement System
(FRS). Mail or hand de-
liver application and/or
resume to City Clerk,
City of Chipley, 1442
Jackson Ave., P.O. Box
1007, Chipley, Florida
32428. Deadline: Jan-
uary 9, 2008, 4:00 P.M.
C.S.T. EOE/Drug Free
ATI Transportation needs
OTR drivers. Great
pay/benefits. Good home
time Clean MVR/2yrs.
Exp. Req. 334-983-3123
ext 121.
Entry level Case Manag-
ers needed to work with
adjudicated male youth.
Bachelor's degree re-
quired, flexible hours. Ap-
plicants must be able to
pass background screen-
ing and drug screening. If
you want to make a differ-
ence in a young mans life,
please call Starla @




m 8 Washington County News Saturday, December 29, 2007

4 1O1 4100 1 .l 770 71SO .
General Heahcare Graceland Manor Apart ALL LARGE The Park at 2350 2 Acres with well.

General HatResumes: 843 Hwy 277 C cial Gacevlld F E ual refrg4 4tT waD T I 7A0
SChipley, FL. 32428 6110 Apartments sewer, garbage. Everyth- BA$425 cred on

NOutside Salestaurant Dental Assistant 0 housing authority ooms.Sorry pets 5ac a o
sentave Positionshwashers, Expe6130rience preferre- Con oTownhous New renovated apart- HUD. 850-638-3306. 54milbert03 BA $0 h6 o ,d ell5.
Tax Service. Open 5 days delivered or installed building supply company 160- Rooms for Rent onifay call r more For Rent 3B/1BA t $45000 6388570
a week. am to 5pmCall Centpede and 419 Br- is seeking someone who 56170- Mobile Home/Lot details 850 547-3530 or CH&A. 1181 1st Ave. REA ATE SLE
(850)638-1483 muda. West Florida Turf is self motivated, disci- 6180 Out-o-Town Rentals 850 547-5244 HUD ap- $595month. No pets. HUDloc
8 5 0) 6 3 8 4 8 6 0 St.plned, well organized and front 610 TImeshare Rentals proved accepted. 638-1918 100incl tov, es
(850415-0385. Established very aggressive. The main Hwy 620077 Vacation Rentals Townhouse At for rent- frigerator, city water, Beach Home/7160
1980 responsibilities for the po- 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley.sewer, gaFo r Rent-3BR/2BA house 712ac., high and ry on
ACCOUNTI/ Ie ntes ered o0 -638-3055. 6120 Beach Rentals ing new. Sorry no pets or

Ssentatve Positionmer eiop 6 $595/mth1 638-1918- n Chire y. 638-1918 or H710 80ndo6o e06. e Ml
Hedlin& Bookkeeps aingl d n S S ment and t the aind 6140 House Rentals mets for rent in down- mobile home 710-, deep well,
Tax Service. Open 5 days delivered or installed build ing supply company 71- e oot s / al rente e t E ate. 6Pi c r
a week. 8a to 5pm. Call Centipede and counts. We whare looking for eeite 6610 -" R oamsforRW Sl Hous 82pa30rtis r- 7110 MTilesh ar Htoo $esss/ 1Veh8cl
(850)638-7351 Townsendsmuda. Westwant soelf m otivated, discll yr -1o- owt e t s 8 w5se H subj Mft 8140- OVans
8506384860 treat themd, well organized and re-190 Timesare the Far Housng Act accepted. 638-1918 7100 Homes Commercial
(850415-0385. Established very aggressive. The main Times-locationeacrossfro6200 Vacation Rentals Smoke e Realh Esote8
9850) (rt lespo uslt oes and thC H h h 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. n For Rent-3B. /2BA house 7120- Tome reS t h
63-75 T nnt someo whvwllp 638-4478. 7140 Farms & Ranches

Headliners and V Mini Storage in Chipley. aspect and appreciation. If Trades makes t Illegal to advertise 8160-Motorcycles
i l All sizes for rent. We you are nt a go getter, "any preference, limitation orn p 8170 Auto Parts
ilfurnish the lock you will not fit the position. Want An Opportunity Executive Office Space Small Houseon pasertially 170 2BR/1BA house on 2
workplace.Reasonable For Rent first rn asomeonewho is friendly, E the nished. Available forRappli-7180 nvestment 2 UTOMAccoRIE

(850)326-2399 Please emal your re- with a growing company? for ren downtown Chip handicap familial statusorfenced los. New appi- 820 Boa
Carpentry, peting. Free sumes to ant to work hardandbe ley 638-1918 national origin, or an inten- 2BR Singewide. Water & dances wiring plumbing 823100 Saie & Collects bles
washing, lawn care, patio Lamr Townsend has a temicah@jerkinsinc.com or rewarded for it? Reed tion, to make any such pref- garbage furnished. All & nterio Remode in 240 Boat & Marne
& window re-screening. you can fax to Concrete and Construc- erSnce limitation or dis- electric. Front &o back progress. Currently oc Supplies
great rates. (850)638-4492 t (850)547-5801 in care of tion, Inc., in Bonifay would Main Street Cot- crimination Familial status porch. No pets. Call cpied.' Mature trees 8310 -Aircraft/Aviation
tre Micah. like to talk with you. tondale 3000 sqft $795 ews er s 8 5 0 6 3 8 1 9 1 1 618 Grove Street 8320AVOffRoad Vehicles
abit an Ruby Joyce Hodges, Heaithcare 850-547-5767 permonth; 1500ods eg 850-326-0044, or $110,000.638959. 833150 Commercialers
your ena Roofing Contrator $495 per month.C nant women and people e- 850-326-2201. 8340 Motorhomes
house r e llF iTS ROOFINor WE DO FRONT DESK ASSIS- Wanted: We are accept- 941-302-4554 curing custody of childrenBy owner 747 Gilbert
535-2839260-1619 IT35 years experience in TANT AND DENTAL AS- ing applications for entry under18 2BR/1BA in Washington Drive, Chipley. Auto Pa
a Tri-Co. area. Licensed, in- SISTANT needed for level positions working This newspaper will not County. CH/A 5 miles 3BR/1.AccessorieBA. Newly Re
Assured. (850) 638-8428. Mu8ti-Physician Dental Of- with youth. If you are rt knowingly accept any adver-. from Vernon, 10. miles modeled. (w) 718-2268; -
. Lic#RC0066509. fice. Must be a team highly motivated, enjoy a- Using for real estate which is from Chipley, 8 miles from (h)547-2937 19$90 Cadillac Deville.
player and able to offer the outdoors and would 638-1918 national origin, or an inteOurBonifay (850)373-8922,Water & Clean good condition.
washing, lawn care, patio outstanding customer r help troubled youth t ion, to make any such pref- garbage furnished. All &intro e Many new parts; Struts,
Sod Sod Sod Qualty you B service with a pleasant we are the place for you. 1 Bedroom Apartment in thinspra as 3BR/2BA, CH/A, in the B n co e $1 e 60 Or tesrtOfr.
can depend on. Irrigated, personality. Ability to Vacation & holiday pay, Chipley. Convenient loca- ble on a equal opportunity country. $550.00 per ovated with new appli- 850-638-2282
weed & pest controlled. muti-task is a must. insurance and retirement ton No pets 638-4640 basis. To complain of dis- month. NO PETS. Leav ancrogress. & new A/C unit with
Centipede and St. Augus- Sewing Machine and (850)547package included Main StreetCot crimination call HUD toll-free message, 638-7130. warranty. Owners have ac- 1998 Ford F250
Jtine. Delivery and installa- Vacuum Cleaner Repair, Full time position with Applicants must be able tou at 1-800 e-669-9777. The R_________ __ _1rove restaet Autom Roadi ehletr
tion available. 8 miles SW guaranteed service on all benefits available. Please pass background For rent toll-free number for the hear- t o 3BR/2BAra Real Err tanteR wiUdows/door locks
of Chipley for easy cus- makes and models. Free fax resume to screening and drug eepy onowth; 1500 sft, o r legal custodians, preg- 850-32600s 44 or $110,0. 638-3959.0 be- Campin ers & Trood tires.
tomer hauling. Call any- estimates. Western Auto, 850-415-1444 or mail to: screening. If you want to Apartments tr setting, six miles south eood looks good White
tiJame. Billy and LeolaBrock 216 N. Waukesha, Boi- Family Dentistry of make a difference in a 2BR/1BA water, garbage of Chipley, big yard. $550 House For 747Sale-Log with brown interior Priced
(850) 638-1202; 326-1500 fay. 547-3910 Chipley young mans lie, please & lawn care included. b month/$350 deposit, avail- Cabin on 5.3 acres. below book. $5,000 FIRM.
Tri-Co. area. Licensed, in- SISTANT needed for level positions working This newspaper will not County. CH/A, 5 miles 3BR/1.HBA. o Newly Re-bl$0 F

sured. (850)638-8428. Muti-Physician DntalOf- with youth-548-55. If you are knowinglyac7128 pt any able Januarom Vernon2008, HUD 2BR/1BA 1749 Toole 718-226 (850)209-5241
Squired. 850-260-5626, 850-638-3171 or 1994/Cadillac Eldorada,
Newspaper Placement Services CDL? Tuition reimbursement! CRST. 85-638-8386. 850(850)373-827922-4789. Clean, good, condition.
ANNOUNCEMENTS (N2PS) is seeking an experienced (866)917-2778. For Rent, mobile home e r, ae0 s oes, new
sales person with management _________ Apartment in th 2BR/1 bath located Cdwellingsy of $400547-2980 more, in
can depend on. Irrigated, experience ality Ability to lead the sales team. Chipey. Convenient IBoa- b on a qua opportu niat y country. $55300.00 per o vated with information before 6p.m.
GET COVERED....Rwing your ad N2PS a subsidiary of the Florida HOMES FORRENT message, 638-7130. warranty. Owners have ac- 1998 Ford F250,
STATEWIDE! You can run your classified Press Association, sells and services ____________________850-547-2043 Holmes Creek. .Paved T
ad in over 100 Florida newspapers print and online advertising for Fo Rent-Ni cl road frontalege, part at city 1-800-669-9777. The
for $475. Call this newspaper or newspapers. Successful account 3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $32,100! Only the he /2BAar- mobi hoar-e limits of rida Real Estate e. $000 99 suzu to Amigo, 99K
(866)742-1373 for more details or visit: management, proven leadership skills $255/Mo! 5% down 20 years @ 8% Close to Chipley. No pets. wner/Agent Amanda Re- win48dows/door locks,
www.florida-classifieds.com. required and an undergraduate degree apr. Buy, 6/BR $199/Mo! For listings Days 638-8462, nights, orbinbed-liner, good tires. Runs
time. Billy and Leola Brock 216 N. Waukesha, B or equivalent related experience (800)366-9783 Ext 5798. 81er, garbage 50 2-7ands Realty.
required. Email your cover letter, _________0For Rent-Vernon, 16x80, AmandaCorbin.com wnti
APARTMENT FOR RENT resume and salary history to: HBR/ o 5 acres. s MPEnterprises Land bo 0
hr@n2ps.com. EOE, drug-free MISCELLANEOUS curity Available Janu 1st2 Sale and Finance. 5 acres 85 Ford F-150, 302, AT.
workplace. _________348850-48-5524. 6-718 appReferences required. Call or more for houses only, $600.00 BO.5457-3484
after 6:00 P.M. wooded & pasture. 3 mi- after 6:30, weekends.
$199/Mo! 6BR/3BA HUD Home! (5% 352-463-7097. ls South of Chipley.excellent condition,
down 20 years @ 8% apr). More Homes Advertising Sales Representative ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from ____________ Highway 77, Gainer Rd., W
Available from $199/Mo! For listings call National Newspaper Placement home. Medical, business, paralegal Mobile Homes for rent in Houston Bea serviced
(800)366-9783 Ext 5669. Services (N2PS) is seeking an computers, criminal justice. Job Cottondale on SappRoad Buddy Rd. five acres 8210 belts.
sal experienced sales person to sell placement assistance. Financial aid andesea of (8) ten ares () eight ac 547-2980 more in-
experint and online advertising. N2PS, computer provided if qualified. Call available. Total electric Owner financing or 2006 150 spbefort, 60 p 4
BUILDING SUPPLIES a subsidiary of the Florida Press (866)858-2121, www.OnlineTidewaterT 2584868209-7 cash. ow paymenacres in Jackson &fi r,
G T O RD.R yo a N2 suiiy fFoiOS O RNLeave a message Holmes Counties along

STATEWIDE!0ucanranyourclassified Press Association, sells and services ech.com. www aroscountryv- Call Milton Peel for infor- cushions, trailer, more
a in print and online advertising for romation850-638-858 $15,000. (850) 774-2333
METAL ROOFING. SAVE $$$ buy newspapers. Demonstrated success AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for /2BA mobile home. per acre obo.
direct from manufacturer. 20 colors in wsit: management, previous media sales and an high paying Aviation Maintenanc20 years @ 8% Close to Chipley. No pets. -eer.
stock with all accessories. Quick turn undergraduate degree or equivalent FAA approved program. Financial aidCorbin, Prudential Shim-
around. Delivery Available.. (352)498- related experience required. Online if qualified Job placement assistanceSands Realty
0778 Toll free (888)393-0335 code 24. sales experience a plus. Email your CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance, AmandaCorbn.com
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workplace. References required. Call or more for housesvenly, $1600.00 eBB. 5457-3484
B USINESS OPPORTUNITIES REAL ESTATE after 6:00 RM. wooded & pasture. 3 mi- after 6:30, weekends.

business.-463-7097. les South of C1000hipey/month
THdown 20 years @ 8% apr).More Homes Advertising Sales Representative ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Highway 77 Gainer d., $89,900

www.livethesecret.com or call now miles. Pd NewspCar Haul Training! Call Incredible community, water & marsh Mobile Homes for rent in Houston Rd., Beadle Rd.,
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i~ Drivers-Flatbed Recent Average fishing, walking, family/retirement 1
CARS FOR SALE $927.00/wk Late Model Equipment, living. Great financing available. CALL Boston Whaler

Cross Insurance (800)771-6318
Police Impounds for Sale! 94 Honda www.primeinc.com. 5000sqft custom built home oh 10 acres.res. Owner financing or 2006 150 sport, 60 p 4
Civic $400! 93 Toyota Corrola $995! For cash. LowIncludes stocked pond, dock, pond house,like new,
listings call (800)366-9813 Ext 9271. CDL-A DRVERS: Expanding located 10 minutes south of Tifton, GA.trailer, more.
prin Fleet offering Regiona/OTR runs. Great location! Call Norris Bishop Realty774-23

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