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Members of the Washington County
School Board and the school
system were guests Tuesday.

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IN THE NEWS


Public Notice for
Sexual Predator
The Washington County
Sheriff's Office announces
that a sexual predator has
changed his address.
Page 6

NASCAR Pit Stop
Erin Crocker is used to
winning races, but this year
she became the first
woman to win a stock car
championship with her 18th
place finish Friday
at Talladega. Crocker earned
the title and became the first
female driver in the 55-year
'history of the ARCA RE/MAX
Series to earn the prestigious
Hoosier Super Speedway
Challenge award.
Page 5

Farmer's Market
opens Oct. 18
at old Depot
The Chipley Farmers Market
is gearing up for the fall
season, and will officially
open on Thursday, October
18, from 2 until 6 p.m.
The market is scheduled to
be open through the end of
November or first of
December on 7th Street,
one block east of downtown
Chipley, next to the old train
depot and behind the Wash-
ington County Chamber of
Commerce office.
All growers interested in
selling at the market must
possess a grower's permit
in their county and fill out a
Farmers Market application
at the UF/IFAS Washington
County Extension Office on
Highway 90 in Chipley.
For questions or
additional information,
please contact Colin
Adcock at 638-6180.

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Washington County Sheriff Bobby Haddock and Deputy Tina Sims were on hand to re-
ceive a $2,500 check for the D.A.R.E. program at the Washington County School Board
meeting Monday night. Superintendent Calvin Stevenson and Board Chairman Vann
Brock made the presentation, and thanked the WCSO for the work they have done in
the local schools through the program. Left to right: Superintendent Calvin Steven-
son, Deputy Tina Sims, Sheriff Bobby Haddock, and Board Chairman Vann Brock. The
Deputies Ball dinner and dance fund-raiser will be held November 3, from 7-10 p.m. at
the iNational Guard Armory in Chipley. The cost is $20/couple or $15 for a 'single ticket.
Dinner will be served, and money raised will go to the D.A.R.E. program. For more in-
formation, or tickets, contact the WCSO or deputies.


Chipley Council members sworn in


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Chipley City Council swore
in two members and reorganized
Thursday night at
City Hall. Incum- ,
beny Councilman '.
Price Wilson and a
new Councilwom-
an Cheryl McCall
were sworn in by
County Judge
Colby Peel fol-
lowing a recep-
tion.


It was also time
to thank Coun-
cilwoman Marion


Lee


Lee for her


service. Lee, who succeeded her
late husband 12 years ago, was
awarded a plaque of appreciation
for her service. Lee, who was also
honored in May
by having the re-
centy renovated
City maintenance
building named
in her honor,
thanked Council
for the plaque.
Council was
also reorganized,
as is required
.after swearing Wilson
in. Mayor Linda
Cain and Mayor Pro-Tem Karen
Rustin were reappointed. Council


members were also appointed as
liasions with City departments.
Cain will be lia-
sion with Ad-
ministration and
Codes Enforce-
ment, and Rus-
tin will handle
Pullic Works
and Recreation.
New member
McCall will li-
ase on the In-
dustrial Park and McCall
the Fire Depart-
ment, Tommy McDonald, Jr. will
work with Planning and Zoning


See COUNCIL, page 4


Submitted photo
Ready for Peanut Pageant
Area representatives prepare to compete for the title of Little Miss National Peanut Festival
on Sat., Oct 13 at 6 p.m. at the Dothan Civic Center. Pictured with the reigning Little Miss
National Peanut Festival queen, Taylor Bodifor, are Little Miss Chipley, Mackenzie Smith;
Little Miss Vernon, Olivia Cotton and Little Miss Washington County, Brook-Lynn Tyus. For
a complete calendar of events visit www.nationalpeanutfeatival.com or call 334-793-4323.
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Esto woman

indicted for

drowning child
JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
The Holmes County Grand
Jury, on Thursday, issued an in-
dictment charging Amanda Elaine
Lewis of Esto, with first degree
felony murder and aggravated
child abuse in the -
Aug. 8 drown-
ing death of her
seven-year-old
daughter, Adrian-
na Elaine Hutto.
Lewis was
arrested Sept. 5 ..
by the Holmes
County Sheriff's
Office for ag- Lewis
gravated man-
slaughter and
aggravated child abuse.
Holmes County Sheriff Dennis
Lee said that on August 8 deputies
and EMS were called to 3343 1st
Avenue South in Esto-with a report
of a child drowning.
Upon reaching the residence, a
double-wide manufactured home,
officers and EMTs found the vic-
tim in an above-ground swimming
pool. Emergency personnel worked
on the victim at the scene and in an
AirHeart helicopter on the way to
Panama City, but efforts to revive
the child were futile.
Lee said that investigation of the
pool, the surrounding area, injuries
to the victim and the preliminary
autopsy report by Dr. Charles
Siebert confirmed eyewitness tes-
timony that Lewis had drowned
her daughter.
In addition, the HCSO report
stated that the mother also appar-
ently sent her five-year-old son
"to find Adrianna floating in the
pool."
Lewis was ordered held without
bond after she was indicted. An ar-
raignment date is to be set.

Sex offender sentenced
for failure to register
State Attorney Steve Meadows
this week announced the sentenc-
ing, in Washington County Circuit
Court, of Elwood Staley, on a
charge of failure of a sex offender
to properly register.
Staley, 53, who previously re-
sided at 3111
Willow Street,
Cotton dale,
was sentenced i





He must now Staley
to seven years
in prison, con-
secutive to a 15m
month sentence
that was handed
him ine years in pril ofn in 1992. Florida
this year.
He must now Staley
go to Jackson
County to face charges of a fugi-
tive from justice, failing to register
as a sex offender, and resisting an
officer.
Staley was previously convicted
of sexual battery and sentenced to
nine years in prison in 1992. Florida
law requires sexual offenders to




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2, Washington County News, Saturday, October 13, 2007


CRA meets on T.J. Roulhac roof project Continued1from page 1


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Chipley's Community
Redevelopment Agency met
in a special meeting Tuesday,
Oct. 2 to approve advertising
for a contractor to put a new
roof on the T.J. Roulhac
Enrichment Center.
After hearing from Dr.
Thelma Woods, CRA board
members decided not to
restrict CRA funds to being
used only for a pitched roof.
The historic school has flat
roofs, and the CRA board
had considered requiring
that CRA funds be used only
for a pitched roof, which is
thought to be a better invest-
ment.
Roulhac has already re-
ceived a $50,000 grant from
Florida's Historic Preserva-
tion Society, which was
used to replace roofs - all


of them flat - on six rooms.
The Roulhac Board of Di-
rectors has requested an
additional $50,000 from the
CRA to use for roofs on the
administrative addition that
has been used in recent years
as a clinic and the library,
which will be turned into a
museum.
CRA Board MemberAmy
Wiwi said, "If we make them
put in a pitched roof now,
in 20 years, we are negat-
ing their ability to get funds
from the historical society."
Members also acknowledged
new building techniques that
make flat roofs stronger and
more water-resistant than in
past years.
CRA Board Member
Zena Corbin concurred,
saying she learned that in-
surance providers prefer flat
roofs and, in fact, charge
higher premiums for pitched


roofs.
Woods also shared with
the CRA Board initiatives at
the T.J. Roulhac Enrichment
Center.
They are the free after-
school program, a degree-
seeker program and summer
enrichment programs and
the free clinic, which is
temporarily closed due to the
leaking roof.
"The clinic is for people
who fall through the cracks,"
Woods said. "The after-
school program is offering
performing arts, visual arts,
music and athletics, plus
academics. We're all about
academics. We want to keep
them off the streets after
school."
Woods noted that, al-
though the center is situated
in the historically black sec-
tion of town, "The center is
for everyone, not little black


kids or little white kids. It
is for kids and we welcome
everyone."
The CRA board and
Woods do not expect the
roof project to cost $50,000,
which is the funding the
CRA has set aside for Roul-
hac improvements. Chamber
of Commerce Director Ted
Everett, who also acts as
CRA director, encouraged
Woods to come back with
future requests.
In other business, the
CRA board received and
approved a request from the
City of Chipley for $150,000
to demolish the Chipley
Hotel. The board had previ-
ously approved the request,
but it was tied to the En-
liven project, which is now
defunct.
"This will eliminate a
blighted, slum area," Everett
said.


Vernon Council hears report from Mayor Ward


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Vernon City Council
heard from Mayor Oscar
Ward Monday night, Oc-
tober 8. The mayor deliv-
ered his weekly report and
brought up several issues
he believed needed looking
into:
*Ward said he received a
few complaints about pan-
handlers "roaming all over
town and asking for money."
Just a few minutes after the
mayor made that statement
a woman walked into the
Council meeting wanting
money. "Makes my point,"
Ward said.
*Ward said that the jer-
seys purchased for the rec
department football program
were not of good quality, and
the boys would not be able
to take them home once the


season is over.
Councilman John Paul
Cook, Jr., who is Council
liaison with the rec depart-
ment, responded that the de-
partment is "looking good,
and that the players will
turn the jerseys in at the end
of the season and be reused
next year to save money.
Cook noted that there will
be no funds from the Board
of County Commissioners
next year, and that Council
wanted to get things set up
for the future.
Ward also wanted to
know how much money has
been taken in by the football
program. City Clerk Sherry
Cobb said about $8,000 has
been taken in so far, and
Cook said close to $9,000
will be taken by the time the
season ends.
Ward requested a "com-
plete breakdown" of rec pro-


grams since Buddy Baxley
was named recreation di-
rector.
*Ward accused Deputy
City Clerk Becky Baxley
of "harassing him." Ward
said that he called seek-
ing information about the
rec league budget, and that
Baxley called back three
times "ranting at him." The
matter will be addressed at
the next Council meeting on
Monday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m.
*Ward asked why the
outside deposit box for the
City Hall at old Vernon High
School was not in place.
The box will enable citizens
to deposit payments after
hours. He was told it was


on order.
*Ward said the move of
the City Hall to old VHS will
have to "get in gear" if it is to
be moved next week.
Councilwoman Vivian
Brewer said there was a
delay due to work done by
Gulf Power. Brewer said
the move is underway so
the City can be out of the
present City Hall as soon as
possible. "DOT wants us out
by November," Brewer said.
"DOT owns the building,"
which was purchased from
the City last year.
Council also approved
signing the utility relocation
letter to the state Department
of Transportation.


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and the Cemetery, and Price
Wilson will be liaison with
the Community Redevelop-
ment Agency and the Police
Department.
In other business, Coun-
cil:
*Approved hiring a new
adding a new groundskeeper
for the cemetery and ground-
skeeping.
*Honored Investigator
John Braxton as Employee
of the Month.
*Approved selling 2.12


acres in the Industrial Park
to Hoover Milling Co.
-Approved a recommen-
dation from the Planning and
Zoning Committee for a land
use variance at 1138 Main
Street requested by Mark
Odom for changes to a car lot
at that location.
*Held a public hearing and
apporved an ordinance for
police department user fees.
This ordinance will allow
the City to charge fees for
for police services handling
vehicle accidents that take
place inside Chipley corpo-
rate limits.


Profile: New Councilwoman Cheryl McCall


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Chipley's newest city
councilwoman is Cheryl
Gainer McCall. She was
unopposed in her run for the
seat formerly held by Marion
Lee and was sworn in, along
with the Rev. Price Wilson, at
Council's Oct, 11 meeting.
In a recent interview, Mc-
Call explained her goals for
the two-year term she will
serve.
"I'd like to see the citizens
become more aware of what's
going on for the good of Chi-
pley," she said. "For instance,
people don't know we have
a tree ordinance or an ordi-
nance about garbage cans.
I'd like to see more commu-
nity pride, and that will come
with public involvement and
awareness."
McCall said she was asked
to run for office by neighbors
who were aware of Lee's
pending retirement from
Chipley's Ward 2 seat. Lee
herself also asked McCall if
she would consider running.
"I have a lot of respect
for Mrs. Lee and what she's
done, and for what Bill Lee
did," McCall said. Lee was
appointed to her husband's
seat on the council after his
passing, and was subsequent-
ly reelected. She held the seat
for 12 years.
McCall has lived in Chi-
pley for the past 21 years.
She is employed as a work


program manager for the
Florida Dept. of Transporta-
tion and is responsible for a
$2.1 billion program for 16
counties in DOT's District 3.
Her son, Stephen graduated
from Chipley High in 2005.
Born an Air Force "brat"
in Phoenix, AZ to Giles Wil-
liam of Capitol Heights, Md.
and Dorothy Baxley Gainer
of Panama City. She was,
raised in Japan, Maryland
and Atlanta, Ga. She holds a
Bachelor of Science degree
in Business Administration
from Auburn University and
is a member of First Presby-
terian Church.
Council has assigned its
newest member as liaison to
the industrial park and to the
fire department.
McCall has been preparing-
to serve Chipley for months..
"I've been to every meeting'
and workshop since July.
"I've been to the Police,
Department, to Fire Depart-
ment meetings to understand
what they do, and I've been'
to Public Works.
"I didn't want to come in
behind the eight-ball," she
said. She expressed interest
in moving the PRIDE pro-
gram, an initiative of Lee,
from Public Works to a more
citizen-led program.
McCall said DOT has
strict rules against her re-
ceiving calls there about
city business. However, she
welcomes calls at City Hall
and at her home.


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Saturday, October 13, 2007 Washington County News, 3


KIWANIS NEWS


Members of the Washing-
ton County District School
Board and the school sys-
tem were guests of the Ki-
wanis Club of Chipley at
Tuesday's regular meeting:
Kiwanian and School
Board member Wayne
Saunders introduced Calvin
Stevenson, county school
superintendent, who in turn
introduced guest speaker Joe
Taylor, School System Facil-
ities director. School Board
member Vann Brock was
also a guest of the Club.
Taylor's informative
remarks were centered on
"Concurrency and School
Districts."
Concurrency, in concept,
requires that necessary pub-
lic facilities and services be
available to maintain the
district's adopted level of
service at the point in time
when development in the
county occurs and results
in an impact on school fa-
cilities and services. Land
use changes and resulting
new development can have
an impact on the level of
service provided and must
be considered in plans for
the future.


Submitted photo
Joe Taylor, School Sys-
tem Facilities director,
discusses funding and
planning for new fa-
cilities and noted that 77
percent of school funds
in Washington County
come from the Florida
Educational Finance
Program.

Taylor discussed funding
and planning for new facili-
ties and noted that 77 percent
of school funds in Washing-
ton County come from the
Florida Educational Finance
Program. He also pointed
out that all students in Flor-
ida are funded the same by


the state and that state funds
are based on projections
made in Tallahassee based
on the number of students
in a school system. The
number of students dropped
in the state of Florida last
year and Washington County
projections were cut by 200
students and impacted state
funds to the county.
Taylor noted that, for
busing purposes, the area of
Washington County served
by Vernon schools has more
households than the Chipley
school area but fewer stu-
dents. And, if future growth
in that part of the county
south of Vernon, or any other
part of the county, should
require another school bus
the approximate cost of a
new bus, $93,000, must be
considered in future plans.
Questions from the audi-
ence indicated a high level
of interest in school sys-
tem matters and reflected
the Kiwanis Club's on-go-
ing dedication to support
the youth of Washington
County.


II


This is the age of the supernatural -
You will either experience the powers of Heaven
or the Horrors of Hell but you shall experience
the supernatural.
The only hope for America is an
outpouring of the Spirit of God.

On Sunday, November 4 thr .
Tuesday, November 6, 2007,
Evangelist Randy Ruiz will be
at Chipley First Assembly of
God. Chipley First Assembly
of God is located at 567 Main -
Street (Hwy 77 N).
Come and experience the life-
changing presence of God's
Spirit, as we seek a new way of
living, a new way of loving and
God's way of serving. Service times are Sunday at 10:30
AM & 6 PM with weeknight services beginning at 7 PM.
Please call 638-1791 for more information.


Alabama garden tractors challenge locals
The CRP Pulling Team from Tuscaloosa, Ala. (above and
below) will be at the Sixth Annual Pulling for Education
Antique Tractor Show and Pull on Saturday, October 13.
The team consists of about 15-20 members who have been
pulling garden tractors about six years, of which ten will be
coming for the show. The team has been pulling all over the
Southeast -.Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, and Florida,
any place that has a garden tractor pull.
The team is especially partial to Cub Cadets, but does
have a Case in the mix of garden tractors. The engine sizes
on the garden tractors range from 10-, 12-, 14-, 16-, 18-,
and 20-hp. Its just a regular lawn mower, with a little work
anyone can do it and have loads of good, family fun.
For any further information, call 535-2426. All proceeds
from this event benefit graduates of Chipley and Vernon High
Schools who participate in the scholarship program.


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4, Washington County News, Saturday, October 13, 2007

WEEKEND SPORTS


Chipley wins two
out of three games
Chipley got much needed
rain last Saturday, but the
downpour made for a wet
field, muddy players and
drenched fans.
The first game, played
against Hartford by the
Mites, was called off in the
fourth quarter, with just two
minutes left on the clock, due
to lightning.
The score stands, how-
ever, with the Chipley Mites
winning 22-6.
After a delay that ap-
proached an hour, play con-
tinued. Chipley's Pee Wee
team toppled the Hartford
Pee Wee team, 28-6. The
Midgets lost to Hartford
14-0.
Chipley's teams will go
head-to-head against Gracev-
ille today, Oct. 13, begin-
ning at 4:30 p.m. here at
Philip Rountree Memorial
Stadium.


YOUTH CHOIR


Sunday, October 21st -6 PM
Chipley First Assembly of God
For more information, contact the church office at 850-638-1791




NOTICE OF

PUBLIC HEARING

The Planning Commission of the City of Chipley, Florida, will conduct a Public
Hearing in the City Hall Council Chambers, at 1442 Jackson Avenue, on Thurs-
day, October 25, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. The purpose of the hearing is to review and
consider the following request:

1. Request for Rezoning from Historical Residential to Neighborhood Commer-
cial: The request is for approx. 1/2 acre parcel which is now a lot. The property
will be used for future offices. Parcel ID# 00-1802-0000: Location: Vacant Lot
at the comer of South Boulevard & 2nd Street. Petitioner: Zenna Corbin. Legal
Description: Section 4; Township 4; Range 13; Chipley, Florida, Washington
County.

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




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All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the public hearing.
Any inquiries regarding the hearing or any person requiring a special accommoda-
tion because of a disability or physical impairment, including speech or hearing
impairments, should contact the City Administrator's Office at least (3) calendar
days prior to the hearing.

Jim Lassiter
Engineer Inspector


NOTICE OF .

PUBLIC HEARING

The Planning Commission of the City of Chipley, Florida, will conduct
a Public Hearing in the City Hall Council Chambers, at 1442 Jackson
Avenue, on Thursday, October 25, 2007 'at 9:00 a.m. The purpose of the
hearing is to review and consider the following request:

1. Request for Rezoning from Historical Residential to Neighborhood
Commercial: The request is for approx. 1/2 acre parcel with residential
home to be used as offices. Parcel ID# 00-1802-0001: Location: Vacant:
794 3rd Street. Petitioner: Kristine M. Corbin. Legal Description: Sec-
tion 4; Township 4; Range 13; Chipley, Florida, Washington County.

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




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All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the public
hearing. Any inquiries regarding the hearing or any person requiring a
special accommodation because of a disability or physical impairment,
including speech or hearing impairments, should contact the City Ad-
ministrator's Office at least (3) calendar days prior to the hearing.

Jim Lassiter
Code Enforcement Officer


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Oct. 13
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR Performance - SPEED @ 4 p.m.
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 4:30 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Countdown - ABC @ 6 p.m.
NEXTEL Bank of America 500 - ABC @ 6:30 p.m.
Oct. 14
ARCA 200 - SPEED @ 2 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane - SPEED @ 7 p.m.
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ThE NEXT LAP




Oct. 21 Oct.27 Oct.20 Season Ended
Martinsville, Va. Memphis, Tenn. Martinsville, Va. Oct. 14 @
Subway Sam's Town Kroger ARCA
500 250 250 200


Sorenson becomes


a Target after 'Dega


NASCAR has issued
penalties and fines to the No.
41 team that competes in the
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup
Series, as a result of rule vio-
lations found last Sunday in
post-race inspection at
Talladega Superspeedway.
The No. 41 Dodge, driv-
en by Reed Sorenson, was
found to be in violation of
Sections 12-4-A (actions
detrimental to stock car rac-
ing); 12-4-Q (car, car parts,
components and/or equip-
ment used do not conform to

Michigan to
With Michigan International
Speedway celebrating its 40th
anniversary in 2008, the Irish
Hills track has begun construction
on several capital improvement
projects that will strengthen the
speedway's on-going commit-
ment to its race fans.
Michigan International
Speedway will spend about $10
million in the coming months to
continue enhancing the speedway
based on feedback from the fans.
The latest round of improvements
will be completed by the start of


RidiNq The

Bubble
Driver Dave Blaney
Owner Bill Davis
Points: 2295
Points out of 34th: 2
Points ahead of 36th: 51
Place Owner
33 Robert Yates
34 Kyle Petty
35 Bill Davis
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Duetrich Mateschitz


NASCAR rules); and 20-
12.8.1C (failed to meet mini-
mum front car heights) of
NASCAR Car of Tomorrow
Technical Bulletin #3 dated
April 10, 2007.
Sorenson has been penal-
ized 25 championship driver
points, while car owner Chip
Ganassi has been penalized
25 championship car owner
points. In addition, crew
chief Jimmy Elledge has
been fined $25,000 and
placed on probation until
Dec. 31.

get face lift
the track's 40th season of racing
in June.
"It is an exciting time at
MIS," track president Roger
Curtis said. "We have incredible
momentum from the success of
our improved traffic patterns fol-
lowing our June events, and are
looking forward to further imple-
menting some of the fan feedback
that our guests continue to give
us. All of these ongoing projects
to elevate and enhance the fan
experience are a result of the fans
taking ownership.


Dave Blaney
Driver
Mike Wallace
Kyle Petty
Dave Blaney
Ken Schrader
Scott Riggs
Brian Vickers


Points
2400
2297
2295
2244
2020
1936


Crocker proves


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Erin Crocker is use to winning races, but this year she became the first
woman to win a stock car championship with her 18th place finish Friday
at Talladega.
Crocker earned the title and became the first female driver in
the 55-year history of the ARCA RE/MAX Series to earn the
prestigious award.
"It felt great to earn the title," said Crocker, who was
driving a Dodge for Gillett-Evemham Motorsports. 'This
year has been a little difficult for me, but I am working hard
to establish myself again and go forward.
"I hope this helps me finish a deal so I can race in
2008."


It is unknown if the driver who now joins the likes of
five-time Superspeedway Challenge Champion Frank
Kimmel, two time champion Davey Allison, Jeff Purvis,
Mike Wallace,Tim Steele. and Bill Venturini ill return
to Gillett-Evernham Mot.,irsports or not
Last season the driver from Wilbraham.
Mass, came under fire concerning her racing
talent during a bitter battle bemreen then car o%%ner
Ray Evemham and former NEXTEL Cup
driver Jeremy Mayfield.
"I am not 100 percent sure
I want to come back here ..
next season," when asked
about Gillett-Evernham "
would like the opportumrun
for a fresh start so I could
build back my credibility as iQ
a race driver. �
"But you never kno
what is going to happen
until something : ,
signed." .
This season
Crocker is currently '.. ,
21st in ARCA- .
RE/MAX points
with a second
earlier this sea-
son at Kentucky
as her best fin-
ish.
In the 12 races
she has competed
in she has six top
fives and eight top 10
finishes.
"The last two or three
races we were loolcnig at the
points deal," admitted Crocker "I
was brought up as a dri er to go
for the win, but Ray % as there to keep me
focused on the championship "
To win the title Crocker earned the
most points at races held at Da\ ton..
Nashville, Kentuck\. Pocono. *,
Michigan, Kansas. Gt,'. '.
Chicagoland, and Talladega
As Crocker looks to further her '
career in hopes of returning to the
NASCAR Craftsman Truck Senes or


Track Turn 3
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Bankof America




2006 Pole Winner
Scott Riggs - 191.469 mph
2006 Race Winner
Kasey Kahne- 132.142 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Dale Earnhardt Jr. - 186.034
mph (2000)
Track Race Record
Jeff Gordon - 160.306 mph
(1995)


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the NASCAR Busch Series, a championship such as this on 12 of the
ARCA-RE/MAX Series Superspeedway tracks could go much further
than a win.
"Ray kept reminding me a championship shows consistency and the
will to accomplish something," said Crocker. "To me I would
love to have that win, but the more I think about it I am
going to love this championship that much more."
Crocker will admit finding the necessary finan-
cial backing can be hard for any driver.
"Honestly it is tough for any driver," said
Crocker, who competed in her first ARCA event
at Nashville in 2005. "In some ways it is hard-
er as a woman and in some ways it is easier.
"There are those who will look for the
uniqueness of sponsoring a woman driver,
while some do not want to back someone
who is not a proven winner."
Crxocker also pointed out not everyone is
like her Gillern-Eernham ream nimate
Kase) Kahne
"'Not emer, driver out there % il
attract all ofl the teen age girl hke KaseN
does," giggled Crocker '-You just carn'tI
go out there and be an mnqant
superstar.
. "'That in itselt j, a
rare comnmhodir
WVith the ner%-
ffound confidence
' (Crocker isj looking to
%return to NASCAR
', competition at
';some level
"I realhli ked
Racing the truck
cues .but the
right deal didn't
come alone thjrs
e--s ;e a ,:1 r,,

Crocker -"A
racers point
ofr %leV, is
PERSPEEDWAY di tffe rent
CHALLENGE than that of
2007 a dri %er
CHAMPION So mne
da.' are such
a struggle and
in the Bu_ ch
Sere it is e en
tougher v.hen
'ou look at the 12
. to 2.6 NEXTEL

Cup drivers )ou can
compete against each
%eek "
But Crocker is compet-
ing and holding her omn
against possible future NEX-
STEL Cup diners like Scott
Speed and Dario Franchiri.
' ho both competed this ueek-
Send at Talladega


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After UAW-Ford 500
Driver
1. Jeff Gordon
1. Jimmie Johnson
3. Clint Bowyer
4. Tony Stewart
5. Kevin Harvick
6. Carl Edwards
7. Kurt Busch
8. Kyle Busch
9. Denny Hamlin
10. Martin Truex,Jr.


After Yellow Trans. 300


Behind
Leader.
-9
-63
-154
-202
-205
-215
-260
-262
-300


Driver
Carl Edwards
David Reutimann
Kevin Harvick
Jason Leffler
David Ragan
Bobby Hamilton, Jr.
Greg Biffle
Marcos Ambrose
Stephen Leicht
Matt Kensethj


JOA ADE I ITAA 'A


After Mountain Dew 250


Behind
Leader
-696
-818
-862
-1,058
-1,058
-1,149
-1,263
-1,270
-1,296


Driver
Ron Homaday
Mike Skinner
Travis Kvapil
Todd Bodine
Johnny Benson
Rick Crawford
Ted Musgrave
Eric Damell
Matt Crafton
Jack Sprague


Behind
Leader
-14
-234
-262
-376
-413
-733
-780
-796
-868


After ARCA RE/MAX 250
Driver Behind
1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Michael McDowell -295
3. Dexter Bean -670
4. Justin Allgaier -750
5. Justin Marks -900
6. Phillip McGilton -935
7. Patrick Sheltra -1,075
8. Justin South -1,215
9. Bryan Silas -1,455
10. Josh Krug -1,500


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6, Washington County News, Saturday, October 13, 2007


PET TALK


Halloween can be a dog-
gone scary time for pets, and
there's no doubt little Sparky
can get easily spooked.
For pets, Halloween night
can turn into a real night-
mare if precautions aren't
taken to protect them, says
Patty Hug, a small animal
veterinary technician in the
College of Veterinary Medi-
cine & Biomedical Sciences
at Texas A&M University.
Like most holidays, Hal-
loween brings extra guests
to your doorstep and into
your pet's territory. Pets
accustomed to large crowds
of visitors should have lit-
tle trouble adjusting, says
Hug, but other pets may be
frightened by your new (and
strangely dressed) guests.
"If you are hosting a Hal-
loween party, it is best to
designate an area for your
pet, such as the bedroom,
where they can constantly be
separated from the guests,"
says Hug. "The scent of the
owner in the bedroom will
comfort the animal and keep
it from feeling abandoned."
If you don't have a suit-
able area to designate as
doggie's domain, consider
boarding your pet at a sepa-
rate location. "Let a trusted
friend take care of your pet
for the night or ask your
veterinarian if they offer
boarding," Hug suggests.
If you prefer to keep your
kooky creatures by your
side on All Hollow's Eve,
be sure to restrain them. "A


leash should keep the pet
from frightening trick-or-
treaters and from running
out the door into danger,"
says Hug.
For pets that live out-
doors, take extra precautions
to ensure there is a substan-
tial barrier between them
and potentially dangerous
passers-by.
"Keep your animals in a
fenced area with a ceiling,
if possible," advises Hug.
"This may keep the animal
from escaping and keep chil-
dren from throwing candy
- particularly chocolate,
which is toxic to pets - into
the fenced area."
Even when protected by
a fence, some pets become
frightened by the constant
movement and noise that
comes with Halloween.
"When in doubt, move the
pet indoors to a safe area,"
advises Hug.
That advice counts double
for owners of black cats.
While Hug warns that all
pets are in potentially seri-
ous danger on Halloween,
black cats have particularly
bad luck on this haunting
holiday. "Some people hold
superstitions about black
cats and seek to harm them
as part of a malicious joke,"
warns Hug. "It is up to the
owner to protect pets from
increased risk."
In an attempt to protect
black cats, many pet stores
refuse to sell them on or
around Halloween. If you


Public Notice










The Washington County Sheriff's Office, as required by Florida Statute, is providing
public notice that a sexual predator has changed his residence in Washington County.
Jon Garvin now resides at 1565 Houston Rd in Chipley. He is a 19 year old white male
with brown hair and blue eyes. He is 6' and weighs approximately 185 pounds.
Garvin's conviction charge was for Sexual Battery by Adult/Victim under 12; F.S.
794.011(2) (Principal).
This information and picture of Mr. Garvin has been entered into the FDLE website for
Sexual Predators and Sexual Offenders at http://www.fdle.state.fl.us .
For more information contact Karen Dodd at the Washington County Sheriff's Office at
638-6070 Monday - Friday between 8am and 4pm, excluding holidays.


Friends of the Library book sale
A book sale, sponsored by the Chipley Friends of the
Library, is being held on Friday, Nov. 16,9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and
Saturday, Nov.17 from 9- noon at the Little Historic Library
on Fifth Street in Chipley.
Linda Norton, librarian, and Susan Roberts, book sale
chairman, extend an invitation to the public to come by and
visit. Recent bestsellers cost as little as $1 and paperbacks
range from ten cents to a quarter. Stock up on reading ma-
terials for the winter months ahead. Sets of books may be
purchased for $2. In some cases, make us an offer.
Anyone with books to donate may call the Washington
County Library or Susan Roberts. You may deliver the books
to be donated to the library, or Susan will pick them up and
take them to the Little Historic Library. All proceeds fund
projects for the Washington County Public Library system.
For more information, call Linda Norton at the library at
638-1314 or Susan Roberts at 638-7995.


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have black kittens to sell
or give away, November
might be a better month to
find your feline friends new
homes.
If your black cat wants
to disguise himself this Hal-
loween or if he just wants
to be a cowboy or astronaut
for one night, a costume is
an easy way to do just that.
"It is important to remem-
ber that it isn't natural for
animals to wear costumes, so
they may need to be trained
to become comfortable in
them," says Hug.
"Avoid any costume that
impedes their limbs or ob-
structs their vision. Simple,
one-piece costumes tied
loosely at the neck are the
best options."
When dressing your home
for Halloween, place decora-
tions out of your pet's reach,
says Hug. "Never leave
your pet alone in a room with
a burning candle or candy
decorations.
"If you suspect your pet
has eaten candy, look for
vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy
and seizure-like activity.
Immediately contact your
veterinarian if your pet dis-
plays these signs."

Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences, Texas A&M Univer-
sity. Stories can be viewed
on the World Wide Web at
http://www.tamu.edu/ta-
munewsl.


CHS'drama
presentation
Chipley High School Dra-
ma Department announces
a special visit from Charlie
Brown coming Friday eve-
ning November 30, to the
Chipley High School Audi-,
torium at 7 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale
the first of November for
this one night event. You're
A Good Man Charlie Brown
features the musical antics
of Snoopy, Linus, Schroeder,
Lucy, Sally, and, of course,
the ever-hopeful Charlie
Brown.
Seating is limited to 370
seats. Tickets are $7 per per-
son and can be reserved by
calling 638-6100 ext. 507.

4-H looking
for members
Washington County 4-H
is currently accepting enroll-
ment applications. If you
are interested in getting your
child,involved in 4-H, call
the UF/IFAS Washington
County Extension Office at
638-6180.


5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Chipley Junior Woman's
Club adopted a section of
Highway 77 to clean as a
community project.
Eleven cases of West Nile
virus had been found in the
state of Florida.
Ralph Edward and Fran-
ces Adams of Esto celebrated
their Golden wedding anni-
versary in September.
Karen Rustin, Linda Cain
and Tommy McDonald were
sworn into office on Chipley
Council by Circuit Court
Judge Richard Albritton.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Washington County Com-
missioners took Northwest
Florida Community Hospital
off the auction block.
Jim Crutchfield of Boni-
fay won first place in the
weekly football contest.
Alex Harris came in second
and Adam Grantham was
third.
Washington County Com-
missioners put an end to
further plans to exact a util-
ity tax designed to provide
additional dollars for the
county's 10 volunteer fire
departments.
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Ernest Anderson and Har-
vey Etheridge were picked as
grand marshals for Bonifay's
two rodeo parades.
Chad Prough was named
CHS Player of the Week for
his all-around performance
in Chipley's victory over
Graceville.
Perry Wells, who had re-
tired as Washington County
Judge, was honored with a
reception.
Ollie Wells of Vernon was
named Tutor of the Month
by members of the Literacy
Volunteers of Washington
County.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Bill Norris of Panama
City was new president of
the Bank of Washington
County.
Susan Tharp was crowned
homecoming queen at Chi-
pley High School. Her spon-
sor was a classmate, senior
Emory Wells.
Waller Everitt of the lo-
cal Telephone Pioneers of
America, presented a check
for $65 to Ruth Hartzog of
the DHS as final payment
on a wheelchair for a local
man.
45 YEARS AGO, 1962
Plans were being made,
to restore the old water mill
at the 150-acre Falling Wa-
ters State Park. Also under
consideration was an oil


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well and other historic sites
there.
Visiting Sherena Shutt
and W.N. York were their
brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. A.H. York of
Pensacola. A weekend guest
was a nephew, David York,
also of Pensacola.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Donn
and Mr. and Mrs. E.N. Wat-
ford of Panama City were
weekend house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Prescott,
and family.
50 YEARS AGO, 1957
Charlie Hicks returned
to Wausau after completing
a tour of duty with the U.S.
Air Force.
Spending a day in Tal-
lahassee were Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Lancraft and Mrs.
Mozelle Cailey.
Visiting Ida Adams and
Mrs. W.B. Northcutt were
their cousins, Mrs. Stella
Wis, Mrs. Bess Williams
and Mrs. Josie McKeithen
of Eufaula.
75 YEARS AGO, 1932
Polly Harrell, student at


FSCW in Tallahassee, spent
the weekend with home.
folks.
A.M. Tomlinson of Or-
ange Park prospected south
of Chipley and said he liked
that section very much.
95 YEARS AGO, 1912
Mrs. W.M. Douglas of
Laurel Hill was a guest of
her sister, Mrs. T.H. Cal-
lahan.
Mrs. L.L. Kelly made a
trip to Pensacola to spend a
few days with her parents.
Mrs. W.E. Eldridge of
Jacksonville was a recent
guest of Mrs. W.W. Jones.
Mrs. J.B. Glen spent a day
or two with her mother, Mrs.
W.D. Owens who lived near
Wausau.

Free smoke alarms'
The Chipley Fire Depart-
ment is offering free smoke
alarms to local residents.
Applicants must stop by
the Chipley Fire Department
at 1430 Jackson Avenue. For
more information, call 638-
6301 or fax to 638-6300.


Come and Play in Bonifay, It's Worth the Drive!


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Years Ago

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COY PEEL
Coy C. Peel, age 90, of Chipley, Fla., went to be 4vith the Lord at his
home on October 8, 2007. He was born March 9, 1917 in Chipley, Fla., a
son of the late Angus and Florda Peel. Coy was a decorated World War II
veteran. Receiving the Bronze Star for Valor, the Purple Heart with 2nd
award, Good conduct Medal, American Defense Medal, European - Afri-
can - Middle Eastern Campaign Medal and WWII Victory Medal.
He enjoyed fishing, gardening, working around his house but most of all
weaving his beautiful white oak baskets.
Coy was very faithful member of Sand Hills Baptist Church. He loved
serving in his church and adored his church family.
He is survived by his devoted wife of 66 years, Mary Virginia Peel.
Their marriage was one of truly endearing love. Coy had one very cher-
ished son C. Grant Peel and wife, Linda. Three granddaughters, Lisa Lin,
Flitcraft and husband Scott, Jana Kathrine McLean and husband Josh, and
Krista Marie Garrett all of Panama City, Fla. Six great-grandchildren Cody,
Katey, Jessie, Logan, Joshua and Emily all of Panama City, Fla. One sister
Genear Hooks of Ft. Myers, Fla. He had many nieces and nephews and
many cherished friends.
Donations can be made to Covenant Hospice, 107 West 19th Street,
Panama City, Fla, 32405, for their unbelievably kind care to our family.
Funeral services were held at Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home on
Thursday, October 11, 2007. Serving as pallbearers were Jimmy Malloy,
John Packer, Jerry Peel, Bedford Green, Jack Green, Ricky Bush, and Eu-
gene Adams. The Senior Adult Class of Sand Hills Baptist Church served
as honorary pallbearers.
Expressions of sympathy may be viewed or submitted online at www.
kentforestlawn.cdm.
Kent Forest Lawn Funeral Home, 2403 Harrison Ave, Panama City, Fl.
763-4694.


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Washington County News * Saturday, October 13, 2007 * 7 E



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| 1100 1160 | 3230 14 0410 4100 4100 4100
B - Lost Family Pet- Septem- Multi Family Yard Sale- Avon Representatives Drivers Nonprofit
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ber 30th. Small black poo- Sat., Oct. 13. Books, in- needed in Bonifay, Healthcare Healthcare
FOR WASHINGTON di-1e.Call 638-8824 or clouding home school, Chipley, Graceville Tiv-County Community NHC Immediate Opening President &
COUNTY, FLORIDA 638-1830. movies, toys, kitchen Wausau, Vernon, CounCiluni t-
A.. OUN E PROBATE DIVISION items, camping items, Council, Inc., is accept- Licensed Physical Ther- Chief
I" NCE S RE: ESTATE OF complete Show Saddle Caryville, Ponce de ing applications for the HOMECARE apy Assistant (PTA) start- Professional
1100- Legal Advertising VELMA JANE RAHAM Reward Missing from Set, other tack. Clothing, Leon. Ask about Washington County Quality Care is Our ing salary $47,840. Com-
110- Classified Notices/ Deceased State Park Road & Hwy misc items. 1728 Ben Rd. mini-kit. 850-547-1640. Transportation Pro- Business petitive salary and bene- Officer
1120- Public Notices/ Full Time & PAID PER itis. Please fa resume to The United Way of
Announcements File No. 6707CP88 77. Black & tan miniature From Chipley, 77 S. to Dwayne Atkins ISR gram. Great Benefit Full Time & PAID PER fits. Please fax resume to The United Way of
1130AnnouAdoption s Division Probate Pinscher, 8 bs,answers Ben Rd.(11/2 mile S. of Package. Require- VISIT/RN-RN 850-415-1967 Northwest Florida, Inc.
110 - Adoptionpy Ads Division to "Dipper". Wearing collar Wausau caution light), ments: Must be 23 Are you looking for a seeks a dynamic, ener-
1150- Personals NOTICE TO CREDITORS and tag. 638-5193 turn left on Ben Rd., 11/2 Clerk years of age and have great work environmental getic leader with execu-
1160 - Lost 850-260-5411 mile to 1728. From south an Operators Driver's Li- with opportunity for flex- tive experience within a
1170-Found The administration 77, go 5 miles North of Help Wanted Town of cense with at least 5 ability? NHC HOMCARE United Way or other
of the estate of Velma Sunny Hills entrance. Esto is in need of a Town years of driving expei- of CHIPLEY has an in- s non-profit organization.
Jane Branham, deceased, _ __________Clerk. General office work ence without violations; mediate opening for -S This position reports to
whose date 4-5 hours per day, 5 days Must agree to annualI FULL TIME & PAID PER - - the Chairman of the
V ISITe dPRe o- deato w BoardofNDrectorsaan
July 24, 2007, is pending ultialyard le 8 p week c kno physca for our homebound pa- Management works with the Board
in the Circuit Court for a.m. to 12: Saturday, Oc- edge a must, Quick Books ground screening. Du- tients in the Holmes and its committees, at-
1100 Washington County, Flor- tober 13th. Hwy. 79, be- a plus. Apply at Town Hall ties: Transport riders to Washington County PT/FT Sales- Hibbet and its committees, af-
ida, Probate Division, the hind Sam's Place in Esto, FL Applications a pre-determined area.HOME CAREEX- filed sports is opeg on encies, CEO's
address of which is P.O. - may be picked up beginn- schedule. Use two-way PERIENCE PRE- in Chipley. Send re- the ommunity andb
NBox 647, Chipley, FL ing Monday, Oct. 15 radio. Must be able to FERRED. Mileage reim- sumes ATTN DM" to: othe communstituencies to
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN Box 647, Chipley, FL Yard Sale- Sat. Oct 13, at 007. Town of Esto is an secure wheelchairs (will buried with itin- sumes "ATTsN DM" to: other constituencies to
REGULATION AFFECT- 32413. The names andMare Peel's, 1488 S. 2007. Town of Esto i an e ea l used with positions. 411 Mary Esther advancethe
REGULATIO addresses of the personal MERCHANDISE arge 's equal opportunity. train);be a team player Interested parties may Cu-Off NW, Unit organizations mission.
reprNe..... andBlvd. Children's clothes, assisting other drivers fax resume to: Ealton Beach, FL. The scope of this posi-
THE USE OF LAND representative and the 3100 - Antiques Xmas, Easter, & Hallow- when needed; enjoy 850-638-635, Attn: Me- Ealton Beach, FL. The scope of this posi-
personal representative's 3110-Appliances een decorations. Youth . working with elderly, lissa, Finch, Administra- 2548 .ordo mi to tion includes respons-
Washington County is attorney are set forth be- 3120 - Arts & Crafts bed, child's 2006 Honda Administrative disabled and other tor, or may ap- Lee.Gordon@hibbett.com. abilities in these areas:
considering changing the low. . 3130 - Auctions CRF 50 dirt bike, 4 stroke, riders. Applications may son at NHC HomeCare, Hibbets drug testing aNon-profit management
use of land for the parcel All creditors of the 3140 - Baby Items kick start, training wheels. Immediate Opening be obtained at any of 1513 Hwy 90, Chipley, duchibbets drcomtestng and eadershipCo-
described by the legal de- decedent and other per- 3150 - Building Supplies Rode less than 10 hrs. Ex- for an Administrative the Tri-County Commu- FL 32428.w.hibbet.com. plex fundraising and re-
scription presented be- sons having claims or de- 3160 - Businessnt cellassistant in Chipley, FL. nity Council nc, offices (source development,
low. mands against decedent's Equipment cellent condition. CPA office. Duties will and submitted by Mon- Financial management
low. estate on whom a copy of 3170 - Collectibles consist of data entry, and submitted by Mon- Financial management
3180 - Computers day, October 15, at and accounting and Ad-
In accordance with the this notice is required to 3190 - Eletronics answering telephones 4:30 p.m. For informa- vance community im-
Small Scale Amendmert be served must file their 3200 - Firewood , filing and bookkeeping. tion call Sharon Kent, I pact. The ideal candi-
Review Provisions of the claims with this court 3210 Free Pass it On Computer skills an Administrative Man- date will demonstrate
Florida Administrative WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 3220 - Furniture 3250knowledge of Microsoft ager, (850)547-3689. I visionary and strategic
Code a Public Hearing will MONTHS AFTER THE 3230 - Garageun ard Sales Word and Excel - successful applicant leadership with strong
Sh th Wahin TIME OF THE FIRST PUB- 3240- Guns K&L Farms essary. Full or part time will be subjecppt to lsco llahborative manage-
be held by the Washing- LICATION OF THIS NO- 3250 - Good Things to Eat Green Peanuts for positions. Email re- wl be sulect t collaborative manage-
ton County Planning TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER 3260 - Health & Fitness Boiling sume to pre-employment drug m\ ent skills. They
commission (thdeig- THE DATE OF SERVICE 3270-Jewelry/Clothing 1567 Piney Grove Rd., chipeycpa elsounetor Only qualified ap-COMPANY, should also highlight
Agated Local Planning OF A COPY OF THIS 3280 -EMachinery/ Chlpley. mail to 1369D S. plican'ts will be consid- accomplishments in hu-
Agency) and th Wash-NOTI CEONHEM THIS 3290 - Meq uipment Monday thru Friday Railroad Ave Chipley, ered. Equal opportunity Are you an energetic and dependable man and financial re-
ington County Board of 3290 - Medical Equipment employer and drug and source development,
County Commissioners to All other creditors 3300d- Miscellaneous S aturm-p m, FL. 3242 smoke free workplace. worker? If so, you qualify for an with a recognized con-
solicit public comment of the decedent and other 3310 - Musical Instruments Saturday 8am-5pm. mitment to health and
concerning the proposed persons having claims or 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ 260-5003; 527-3380 opportunity to launch your career with a human services. A four
Changes/Comprehensive decedent's estate must file 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel growing company! You must be willing year college degree is
Plan A mendmprehent. sive their claims with this court 3340 - Sporting Goods to travel and have valid ID and SS card. required alng with at
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AF- 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) least three years pro-
TER THE DATE OF THE C3BlS-^ JOB Come by, introduce yourself and fill out gressive experience in
The public hearing to re- TERTHEDATEOFTE a leadership role. Qualm-
view these proposed FIRST PUBLICATION OF PEAS PEAS PEAS OPE INGS an application: (EOE) fed candidates are in-
changes will be held by White & dark peas for vited to apply by sub-
the Washington County FI AL L CLATH IMS NOT 3100 sale. Call 579-4838 for Now taking applications for: We offer great benefits to qualifying mitting your resume, in-
Board of County Corn- FILED WITHIN THE TIMErice and directions, eluding references,
missioners on October 25, PEIODS SE FOR733.702THOFN Wanted To Buy antiques, _Class A CDL Operators employees such as 40 k, group medical along with a cover letter
2007, at 5:00 PM or as THE FLORIDA PROBATE collectibles, gold, silver, C s a C l ers a and dental insurance, employee stock which includes a narra-
soon thereafter as possi- THE FLORIDA PROBATE dinnerware, collections, . Must have a valid license and tive detailing how you
ble, in the Commissioners CODE WILL BE FOREVER paintings, call AI Schmidto clean driving record, 2 years purchase, vacation, life and LTD have made a positive
Meeting Room located at OT IBARRED. TH 850-638-7304 | i 28 i | experience insurance, uniforms and per diem. difference in the past
1331 South Boulevard, IN O T VY I T H _-I -3280 experience i d in h e past
STND1 THEIMEPEand how you would
Chipley, Florida. All in STANDING THE TIME PE- and make a difference at the
terested members of the RIODS SET FORTH 640 Ford Tractor, good an OsUWNmakeFa difference al, the
public are encouraged to ABOVE, ANY CLAIM working condition, $5000 Equipment Operators 2007 aampn har,
attend. Public hearings FILED TWO (2) YEARSW obo. 638-0886; 326-1512 y '- by 2007 Campaign Chair,
may be continued from OR MORE AFTER THE 3110 \ Benefits: Dental, Vision, Health, , j ceI1946" Box 586, Panama City,
time to time as may be DECEDENT'S DATE OF Retirement, Paid Holidays, Vaca- W ar . FL 32402 or email at:
necessary. DEATH IS BARRED. Like new Kenmore elec- tion Time Paid Travel Exense We are now hiring fhall@visionbankfl.com
S -.--. - .......... -.. . The date of first tric range. Almond top, tion Time, aid ravel expense. -Welders by Otober 31, 2007.
Information. concerning black front, excellent I 3300 Overnight stays required. For a full job
the proposed anD use cation-ofthis notice is shape. $150. 638-4197 Home on weekends. -Mechanics description go to:
change is available for re- October 6th, 2007. 263 yards Designer fab- -Class A CDL Drivers www.unitedwaynwfl.org
view at the Washington ric for bedspreads & Contact UWNF is an Equal
County Board of County Attorney for Personal Rep- : drapes. Two different pat- -Equipment Operators Opportunity Employer.
Commissioners Office at resentative: terns, way below cost. Center State -Construction Crew Laborers
1331 South Boulevard, Rob O'Farrell 3150 Please call 638-4197 ilro a er a -onstrucion Crew Laborers
Chipley, Florida. Attorney for Robert E. ________ Railroad Service www.trawickconstruction.com
WeissLEGAL DESCRIPTION OF BForar No. 690864 F Sale- New lumber for Computer System plus (850) 956-3010 1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, Fl
LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF Florida Bar No. 690864 sale CHEAP. Wood trim keyboards, modems,
PARCELS AFFECTED BY 2006 North Harbour Drive 10 per In. ft. and 2x lue- CDRW, printers $75. m Wy850.638.0429 tthw l
PROPOSED AMEND- L3 e 3 8 2lum- Bn printers$7 5li 850.638.0429 oameethwest ylorda
PROPOSED AMEND- Lynn Haven, FL 32444 bhr. 850-638-8722. Bounty Hunter Pioneer
MENT Telephone : _202 Metal Detector $65.
Proposed Change from (850)271-1596 Bonifay 844-2993
Low Density Residential Fax: (850)248-0009
Use to General Comrmfer-
Cial Use. Petition for Land Personal Representative: 3210 English saddle, $35.00.
Use Change submitted by Robert E. Weiss New low-profile aluminum
Jerry and Betty Hinson, 107 Fountain Crest Bring your own bagl Sr. toolbox for full size truck,
the property ownerss. Enterprise, Alabama Mary Frances Waite Rural $12500. Red ceder I w-
36330 Outreach will be having sweeper $75.00. Call
The purpose of this Land As published in the Wash- their semi-annual clothing 638 1991.G E T
Ss e ington County News Octo- give away Friday, 10-4
Change/Comprehensive ber6, 13, 2007 and Saturday, 9-1 for T H E
low for the sale of porta-T H E
ble storage buildings.
Legal Description of Par- F N U 3320 J DN
ael: LEGAL NOTICE Leola Brock Nurseries
| 3220 LLC Plants, trees and B S - R- -
Begin at a point of 330 Notice is hereby given that shrubs. Landscape de-
feet East from the South- Orange Hill Road Self B&B Furniture 1342 sign landscape contract-
west corner of Block 13 of Storage pursuant to F.S. North RR Avenue, Chip- ing, irrigation systems.
the Greenhead Plat, 83.801 - 83.809 will offer ley. We pay cash for 1788 White Road, Bonifay,
thence run North 180 feet for sale and will sell at clean, quality furniture. FL 32425 (Washington
parallel with the West line public or private auction 850-557-0211 or County) (850)638-1202;
of said Block 13, thence on October 29, 2007, at 850-415-6866. Ask for 326 1500
run West 330 feet to the 9:00 a.m. at 897 Orange Pasco or Carolyn
West line of said Block 13, Hill Road, Chipley, FL,
hence run North 180 feet misc. household goods in * Maphls Tree Farm
along the West line of said Storage Unit 18 belonging Furniture & Mattresses Nursery & Gift Shop
Block 13, thence run East to Vernon Gaskins, Chip- Low, low, low overhead
480 feet to the ley, FL. Orange Hill Road guarantees low, low, low Fall is here and so are
right-of-way of Florida Self Storage reserves the prices. P&S Discount Fur- our pumpkins, corn dV I p t
State Road #77, thence right to cancel the sale niture, Chipley. (Since stalks, hay, gourds,
run South 360 feet along without notice. . 1973) 850638-4311 mums, dianuthus, orna-
said right-of-way, thence As published in the Wash- mental cabbage & kale li i t
run west 150 feet to point ington County News Octo- vegetable plants. We
bf beginning. All being in ber 13, 20, 2007. -also have Ifall wreaths,
Section 8, Township 1 table arrangements,
North, Rne Whave lots of plants,
PARCEL IDENTIFICATION shrubs , &trees to W O RK FO R YO U!
N U M B E R : . Big Barn & Yard Sale- choose from as well as
...,_,,.,. l^" ^l"11"*' 14. Hwy 79 South, Veo- grapes, etc. Come see W 0 R I F O R I V' ' L i
CONTAINS 2.60 ACRES 1100O non. Look for signs, us at 814 Rattlebox Rd.
MORE OR LESS. _____________ 3 miles south of Chipley
off Orange Hill Rd.
Pursuant to the provisions Big Yard Sale Oct. 12 & 850-638-8243. Lic
bf the Americans with Dis- COLOR SELLS! 13, 883 8th Street, Chip- A133966.
abilities Act, any person Get Your Classified ley. kids clothes, adult A SIT CUT
requiring special accom- Ad in clothes, ladies plus size.
modations to participate COLOR!. What-nots, toys, bed- W AI CUT
in these meetings is Call now for details spreads, lots of misc. 7 N
asked to advise the and be noticed! a.m. -until. *
County at 850-638-6200 638-0212 __________
the meeting. "If any per- 547-9414 A N E W S


decision made by the
mission, with respect to Big yard sale, Sat., Oct (8 5 0 ) 6 3 8 0 2 1
any matter considered at 13.; Sun. Oct. 14. EMPLOYMENT
such meeting or hearing, nsdIle a 8am-pm. Eagle Trading 4100 - Help Wanted
he or she will need a re Post, 3312 Main St., Ver- 4130 - Employment
ord of the proceedings, 1150 4688Free spaces. Information HO LM ES C O U NTY
and that for such pur- _
pose, he or she may needO UNTY
to ensure that a verbatim E'
record of the proceedings Young Male doctor 4.1o T M AE RI
blues the testimony and companion 18-28 for Education TIM ES-A DVERTISER
evidence upon which the travel and good times. Fri & Sat., Oct. 12 & 13.
appeal is based." FS Looking for someone 7am-until. Household Help Wanted Pre-school) 5 4 7 9 4 1 4
286.0105 different, not something Christmas bows, tree top- teacher for 2 year old I
As published in the different. Please send pers, arrangements, class at Meme and Pa's. 8 5 m 491
Washington County News photo & info to Greenhead, Hwy 77. Look Must have experience.
October 13, 2007. drtomasl17@yahoo.com for signs. Call 850-547-1444






* 8 * Washington County News * Saturday, October 13, 2007


414100100 6110 6140 - 6170 7100 7150 | 8110 8130
Other All LARGE APART- House For Rent- Bonifay- 3BR, $550. 2BR, Nice building lot inside
MENTS 1BR $425, S/D 3BR/1.5BA, CH&A. Wau-$425. In quiet Mobile Chipley city limits 1991 4 Door Toyota for
ReaEstate/Mortgage Mystery Shoppers, get $200. Just remodeled, sauarea. Call After 6: p.m. HomePark. 547-4234 100x300, $28,900. Po sale. Call638-1462.T.
Broker & paid to shop! Retail/dining 1 BR $450, S/D $200. 2BR 638-7601 For rent 2BR 14x60mo-ble owner financing. 0 G . i
establishments need un- 525 S/D $250 Down- For rn 2B 1x mo 2BR/1BA Sunny Hills, 850-785-4621 2005 GMCc anyone'
Realtors e n n u $ Don Nice clean Houses, Apart- bile home. Big yard, coun- la w pati 850-785-4621 2003 Impala LS e
Realtors a derercover clients to judge townChpley. convenientments, Mobile homes for try setting, south ofChip- near lake, wood patio, ex-2003 p a LS SLE e ca, 4WD. AT.
Successful Real Estate quality customer service, location. Rent includes rent ..... 4BR/2bath brick ley, 5 miles from washer/dryer, Pergo wPr, LeOwnaeda, aveg . 5aprve be-fit-
office Seeking Exp Re- Earn up to $150. a day. stove, refrigerator, city home for sale Wal-Mart. Rent $375; de- floors. 0 30MPG, Loaded, Very approved credit.
actors. Our Company Call (888)-523-1013. water, sewer, garbage. 850-547-5085 or posit $250. 638-8386; flo8 7 7 0 8 - 3058 7160 Clean, Great Condition, 5264283
offers free buyer & Sorry no pets or HUD. 850-547-2531 850-260-5626 (850)260-1814 3RR/2bath Doublewide 81K Miles $7995. (850) 26-4283
seller leads, no desk (850)6383306 (850)260-1814 3RR/2bath Doublewide
fees, no franchise fee, Publisher's For Rent- Nice DW MH on 100'x150' lot inside city 272-1945
paid advertising, paid Graceland Manor Apart- on Haley Dr. 3BR/2BA, all limits. Carport, front and
MLS fees, paid E&O ments. Rental assistance Notice electric. Large back porches, large family
Insurance. For confi- Y on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms, screened-in back porch. room with fireplace, living 2004 Chev Cavalier, 2
dential interview call Handicapped and All real estate advertising in Close to Westpoint. Sorry, room, kitchen with appli- door, auto, 4 cy, A/C,F150 XLT
527-2275 non-handicapped accessi- this newspaper is subject to no pets. For more infor- 3BR/2.5BA House on ances. $60,000. or best of- $5500 obo. 850-638-0886; 4.2L V6 Triton, long
ble apartments. 850 ir Housing Act which mation call 638-1911, Gainer RD Vinyl and stone fer. 850-547-4813 326-1512 wheel base, ATr 22k
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT| -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. "any preference, limitation or 326-2201. siding, in ground pool miles, $12,300. Financ-
s5445 Brown Street, discrimination based oPole barn, 4.5 acres, Country Home, Bonifay miles, $12,300. Financ--
Trades 6100- Business/ Graceville,rowL. Equal race,rimicolor, religion, sex, Mobile Home in country chain link fence $300,000 area 1/2acre, 1994, 2005 Chevy Aveo, 4 cylin- ing available with ap-
Commercial housing authority handicap, familial status or for rent. Leave message, 527-2384 2BR/1bath mobile home, der, auto, a/c, spoiler, proved credit. 52-4283
Want An Opportunity 6110 - Apartments national origin, or an inten- no returned long distance Central heat/air, fenced, 2 alloys, more. Clear Title,
with a growing company? 6120 - Beach Rentals tion, to make any such pref- calls. 850-547-2043 storage sheds, double 40,000 miles, 34 mpg.,
Want to work hard and be 6130 - Condo/Townhouse U erence, limitation or dis- By owner 747 Gilbert carport, paved road, off $9,000. 850-547-2986
rewarded for it? Reed 6140 - House Rentals 64S crimination" Familial status Mobile Homes for rent in Drive, Chipley. (w) 79. $52,000. leave message.
Concrete and Construc- 6150 - Roommate Wanted 6140 includes children under the Cottondale on Sapp Road, 718-2268; (h)547-2937 850-263-0085
tion, Inc., in Bonifay would 6160 - Rooms for Rent age of 18 living with parents 8 miles east of Chipley. 850-263-0085
i e o nifa wioul610- M oil nt H or legal custodians, preg- 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA- 2006 Mitsubishi Raider
like to talk with you. 617 utof-Tow Rentals nant women and people se- bl a . M HmLt To Be Moved, 2006, 3 br, . Ext cab, 3.7L V6 man-
6180cuaOng-of-childrentauab,1 m. $1,300
850-547-5767 6190- Timeshare Rentals curing custody of children l 2098847 2 ba 16x80 Modular, zone al, 16k miles. $11,300
6200- Vacation Rentals 4BR/1BA Remodeled www.charoscountryliv- 7150 3, with new W/D & power 8120 financing with approved
4BR/1 BA Remodeled www.charloscou entry iv- 1 $25,500. 773-3757 8120 credit. 526-423
BTrades House. CH/A, country This newspaper will not ing.compo le202Jsor 258-5365o r
paved road. $500 month, knowingly accept any adver-
Trades WANTroD! 00 nt timing for real estate which is The Park at 2350 Beautiful Corner Lot in or 258-5365 2002 Jeep Liberty sports,
HELPWANTED! HVA6100 $500 deposit. Refrences in violation of the law. Our 3BR/1BA$425 Martin's Woods subdivi- fully loaded, 6. cylinder,
Service Tech. Pay de- Executive Office Space required. 263-8811. readers are hereby informed 3BR/2BA $450 sion in Chipley. Call Joey low mileage, pristine, like
pends on experience for rent downtown Chip- that all dwellings advertised 547-3746 Robbins, Elite Realty, new, black, $9,500. --
pends on experience ley. 638-1918 For Rent- 3BR, 1'/2BA in this newspaper are availa- 326-0408. Seller is a FLor- 850-263-0085 8140
Paid Holidays, Sick ley. 638-1918 Brick House. Call ble on a equal opportunity ida Licensed Realtor.
Leave, Vacation, Local For Rent- Commercial of- 638-1918 or 638-4478. basis. To complain ofdis . 2005Pontiac Van, 7 pas
Work. Call fice space near downtown crimination call HUD toll-free singer, power windows,
850o 63 9 Ca ricepaeneardow o rR at 1-800-669-9777. The For Sale: 8 acres in fot & rear air. CD & DVD
8 5 0 - 6 3 8 - 1 3 0 9 Chipl7100Homesy. Approx For rent 3BR/2BA home houtoll-free number or more for houses only, an 1965 Ford F100 832
8502587274. Sq.Ft. Call on 1.5 lots in Vernon. ing impaired isProperty les South of Chipley. 8160 - Motorcycles looks good. $2900 Callwindows.
850-638-1959. 535-2680; 849-5068 1-800-927-9275. and fish pond. $55,000. AUTOMOTIVE, MARINE Good shape. $11,000.
S7120Commercial HighwCall 850-263-91787, Gainer Rd, 8170RECREATIONA 638-8980
7130 - CondoTownhouse Houston Rd., Beadie Rd.8100-Antique&Colecibles


3 BR Traler or rent 7140 - Farms & Ranches Du nterprisesLand 81Rd,8210- Boars
S- son l 7150-Lots and Acre Sale and Finance. acres 8220 - Personal Waercraf 2007 Dune Buggy
00 mh pus 710 - Homes or more for houses only, 8140 - Vans 196 TFordyota Tacoma F1 00by Carter roth-
A 1 1. Call 54 7?23f6 aT r 5pm 7110 - Beach Home wooded & pasture. 3 mi-na 815- Commercial Pick-Up Runs andck- ers. Interceptor.
5 1 Property les South of Chipley. 8160o- Motorcycles looks good. $2900. Call
6170_____ _ 7120 - Commercial Highway 77, Gainer Rd., 8170 - Auto Parts 526-4283
T r r 7130 - Condo/Townhouse Houston Rd., Beadle Rd., & Accessories
S . - ... .. .. F3R Trailer f 2or rent. 3rom 7140 - Farms & Ranches Duncan Community Rd., 8210 - viBoats ion a CDohi/ s hadhsu
........ miles hsou in Ponevlle 7150- Lots and Acreage Buddy Rd., (4) five acres 8220 - Personal Watercraft 2007 Dune Buggy
$-00 mlh plus oeposri 7160- Mobile Homes/Lots (8) ten acres (5) eight ac- 8240 - Boat & Marine 1996 Toyota Tacoma made by Carter Broth-
.- .. .--Call 547.2346 arier 5pm 7170- Waterfront (8)4(5)at&Mx-cab, V6, 4x4, LX pack- ers. GTR Interceptor. 2
7180F-mInvestmenty res. Owner f age, tool box, towing seater, headlights, turn
,.Property cash. Low down payment, 8310- Aircraft/Aviation package, CD, white/gray signals, digital speed-
*W ^ mobile homes in Ponce 7190- Out-of-Town low monthly payments. 8320 - ATV/Ol Road Vehicles8Dw h g al l s-
de Leon. Reasonable Real Estate Call Milton Peel for infor- 8330 - Campers & Trailers cloth. $5,700.. ometer and more.
BOKWIWrent. 535-2680; 849-5068 7200 - Timeshare mation 850-638-1858 8340 - Motorhomes 850-373-6350 $2150. Call 526-4283


Services Sod Sod Sod Quality you
C&C Bookkeeping and can depend on. Irrigated,
Tax Service. Open 5 days I will sit with your weed & pest controlled.
a week.8am to 5pm. Call elderly loved ones. Have Centipede and St. Augus- A
(850)638-1483 experience and tine. Delivery and installa- Armoa
references.offering corn- tion available. 8 miles SW
panionship, cooking, of Chipley for easy cus-
housekeeping, driving, at tomer hauling. Call any-
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