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Inside This Week
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Kiwanis News
Members hear about a United Way
agency that serves the children of
Washington County.
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IN THE NEWS

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Things to do In
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties


Accelerated Readers
get a reward
In groups by grade, more
than 250 students from Kate
M. Smith Elementary School
walked to Chipley's Shiver's
Park throughout the day
Friday.
Page 3

NASCAR Pit Stop
Most know Eli Gold as the
voice of the Alabama
Crimson Tide and NASCAR.
The native of Brooklyn, N.Y.
has watched NASCAR grow
from a very small sport to the
force it is today.
Page 5

Farmer's Market open
at old Depot
The Chipley Farmers Market
is open on Thursday 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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Mark Thomas, from Leesburg, chats with Lucretia Biddle of Three Oaks Winery in Vernon.
Thomas is on a quest to visit wineries throughout the state to sample the wares and learn
about wine.





GRAPE EXPECTATIONS


Story and photos
by Debbie Kunkel
Fifteen years ago, Byron and
Lucretia Biddle planted a dream.
They started out with a bit of
land in Vernon, a piece of root, a
lot of gumption, and -- for good
measure -- they tossed in a healthy
dose of tenacity. All has paid off.
To be a successful winery after
more than a decade, especially in a
"dry" county takes something even
more -- grit and passion.
"It has taken some time, but they
love us here," explains Lucretia.
"When we first opened up, one of
the funniest things happened. This
woman came in and bought the
clothes and gifts and all. When I
started to ring her up, she passed
a little note to me that said, 'put
in a bottle of the good stuff.' That
tells the story of Vernon right
there. Now she buys wine out in
the open."
Byron is the brains behind the
recipes. He is part farmer, part chef
and part chemist. That is his job as
the winemaker. The process is his
passion.
"It's been good because I can do
the work myself," said Byron.
The winery started with a red
Conquistador grape. That grape
has been the foundation of the
vineyard. And over the years, By-
ron has altered his recipe very little.
But Three Oaks Winery itself has
seen many changes. One of those


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This year production levels will
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To meet the demand of the pro-
cess, Three Oaks had to get a bit
more automated. A new corking
See WINE, page 4

Top photo: Three Oaks Win-
ery is located just south of
Vernon.
Above: Wines from Three
Oaks have won numerous
national and international
awards for low-alcohol
wines.
Left: Some of those ac-
colades are nestled in the
foyer just before entering
the winery.


Threat called

into VMS

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
Early release day at Vernon
Middle School began earlier than
expected Wednesday after a threat
of violence was called in at about
12:30 p.m. School resource of-
ficers immediately locked down
both VMS and nearby Vernon High
School on Moss Hill Road. Despite
rumors of violence that spread
throughout the county there was
none, and all students left school
safely.
Investigation is underway.
Washington County Sheriff's
Office spokesperson Andrea Gain-
ey said the caller threatened to
"shoot up the school." SROs
Tina Sims and Derek Hayes used
standard procedure to immediately
lockdown the two schools as other
deputies arrived.
"They did a great, job," said
Sheriff Bobby Haddock.
"SWAT and the SROs had just
gone through training at the schools,
including doing a lockdown with
the superintendent," Haddock said.
"During that time we checked on
deficiencies and looked for ways
to improve the procedure. This is
done annually."
Gainey said that procedure was
followed, including closing all
windows and classroom doors, and
allowing nobody into the schools.
A perimeter was also established
around both schools. Parents ar-
riving to pick up children were
directed to a nearby location.
"Students exited from class-
rooms one by one to the buses,"
Gainey said. "We run this proce-
dure during training."
School district officials and law
enforcement also had to coordinate
early release at Vernon Elementary
School on County Road 277, but
students were on their way home
between 1-1:30 p.m.
"It all went smoothly and ac-
cording to policy and procedures,"
Haddock said.
Haddock also thanked parents
for their cooperation. "Everyone
was pretty helpful," he said.
Haddock and deputies involved
in securing the schools went over
the incident immediately after the
scene was cleared. Procedure was
reviewed for possible improve-
ment.
"In these type of situations there
is always room for improvement,"
Haddock said. "We will be getting
with the schools to see how we can
improve as a whole."
Haddock said the next step is to
obtain phone records and any other
evidence that may help solve the
crime. Anyone with information is
asked to call WCSO at 638-6111.
All calls will be kept in strictest
confidence.

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2, Washington County News, Saturday, October 20, 2007

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More than 30 teens from Washington, Jackson Mary Paramore/WCN
and Holmes counties will play roles in the House The House of Horrors and Happiness will feature
of Horrors and Happiness. Most are members of a funeral scene for a victim of AIDS. Slate Raley,
school Teens Above the Influence clubs. 14, will play the corpse.


'House of Horrors' a true horror story


SWEARING IN CEREMONY


Submitted photo
County Judge Colby Peel swears in new Chipley
Council Member Cheryl McCall. McCall's mother,
Dorothy Gainer, holds the Bible.


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Perhaps this is the worst
kind of haunted house imag-
inable. Rather than Holly-
wood special effects show-
ing hopelessly impossible
gore and gloom, the House
of Horrors that operates
Saturday, Oct. 20, in Bonifay
features graphic illustrations
of real-life scenarios.
People strung out on meth.
The desperation of gambling
addiction. A suicidal teen.
Youth grappling with sexu-
ally transmitted diseases. A
pregnant teen unsure where
to go or what to do. A fam-
ily consumed by domestic
violence. Date rape. Cutting.
Alcohol abuse.
It's scary stuff, and, un-
fortunately it's all too real
in today's society.
Teens Above the Influ-
ence, in conjunction with
the Holmes County Health
Department, is sponsoring
the House of Horrors and
Happiness Saturday night,
7 - 10 p.m., at the First
Baptist Church Educational
Annex, next to the First
Baptist Church on Hwy. 79
in Bonifay.


Mary Paramore/WCN
Donna Gunter with the
Holmes County Health
Department explains to
teen volunteers how the
meth room presentation
will operate. She shows
a booking photo of Gina
Prescott, a former meth
addict who is now direc-
tor of the CASE Coalition
that will be part of the
presentation. Gunter
said only six of 100 meth
addicts ever recover.
HCHD is coordinator
for an abstinence grant that
serves students in Jackson,
Holmes and Washington
counties. Educators Bil-
ly Tinsley and Catherine
Streckewald have been
working with Teens Above
the Influence clubs in three


area high schools to put to-
gether the House of Horrors
and Happiness.
Students at Vernon High
School in Washington Coun-
ty are in charge of the STD,
date rape and alcohol abuse
rooms. Students at Holmes
County High are in charge
of the HIV/AIDs, meth/
drugs and teen pregnancy
rooms. Students at Jackson


County's Marianna High are
in charge of the gambling/
tobacco, suicide and cut-
ting rooms. HCHD officials
recommend the House of
Horrors and Happiness for
youth ages 11 and up, given
the graphic and realistic sce-
narios depicted. The house
will be open one night only,
Saturday, Oct. 20, from 7
- 10 p.m.


Submitted photo
Left to right: Mayor Linda Cain, Council Member
Cheryl McCall and City Administrator Jim Morris.


Mary Paramore/WCN
The House of Horrors and Happiness features a
meth room showing a drug addict cooking meth.
The actor, like many meth addicts are, will be cov-
ered in sores.


Submitted photo
Left to right: Sarah Watts, Kim Toole and Lisa Pozo
were on hand at the swearing-in ceremony.

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David Prichard working
LynnZee Webb's heifer.

Livestock show at
Bay County Fair
Washington County 4-H
Livestock Club members and
alumni as well as Chipley
FFA members collaborated
together to put on a livestock
show for the Bay County
Fair, Oct. 6. David Prichard
coached the youth and rein-
forced proper show, training
and grooming techniques.
Representing the Washington
County 4-H Livestock Club
were Caitlin Prichard, Cassie
Prichard, John Michael Wals-
ingham and Eric Richards
for LynnZee Webb. Merisha
Smothers and Bo Whitting-
ton represented the Chipley
FFA team.


Submitted photo
with Eric Richards and


Submitted photo
Caitlin Prichard with her
show heifer.


Submitted photo
John Michael Walsingham and Merisha Smothers
practice their show techniques.


Submitted photo
4-H Alumnus Cassie Prichard demonstrates her
skills.


Mary Paramore/WCN Mary Paramore/WCN
Members of Mrs. Lively's class had a good time Lunch always goes down well after a day at Shiv-
at the park. er's Park.

Accelerated readers at Kate M. Smith celebrate at the park


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
In groups by grade, more
than 250 students from Kate
M. Smith Elementary School
walked to Chipley's Shiver's
Park throughout the day
Friday. After they got there,
they did whatever they want-
ed to. Play football. Swing.
Grab a bite to eat. Sit and
talk. Sit and read.
Getting away from school,
and from the structure im-
posed by periods and rules,
was a reward for students
who met their goal in the Ac-
celerated Reader program.
"It's something we do to
try to get the kids to read
more. It's not a grade; it's
above and beyond required
school work," said Paula El-
lis, KMS reading coach.
The Accelerated Reader
program, developed by Re-
naissance Learning, assigns
difficulty levels and points

Kiwanis fruit
sale underway
The Kiwanis Club of Chi-
pley is holding its annual
Florida Citrus Fund-raiser,
now through Thanksgiv-
ing. A variety of citrus fruit
-- from navels, tangelos and
grapefruit to combination
packages -- is available, with
all proceeds supporting local
Kiwanis youth activities.
Orders may be placed
through any local Kiwanis
Club member, or by contact-
ing Darrin Wall at 415-4201.
Expected delivery is in early
December.

CHS Homecoming
Week Nov. 5-9
Chipley High School is
making plans for the Home-
coming Week 2007 celebra-
tion Nov. 5-9.
The week will encompass
friendly competition among
the classes.


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 thru
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 a
changing
Spirit, a


nd experience the life-
.g presence of God's
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.


Mary Paramore/WCN
Children took turns at the slide at Shiver's Park.


to more than 100,000 books.
Students select a book, read
it, and then take a com-
puter-based test to determine
whether they read the book.
Students passing the test

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then earn some or all of
points assigned to the book,
based on their test grade.
At KMS, teachers as-
sign students increasing AR
point goals throughout the


year. AR testing software
provides data for teachers to
use when assessing student
needs. The more students
read and test, the more data
are generated.
To take full advantage of
the program, schools must
purchase books that have
available tests and purchase
the tests. KMS Librarian
Jean Sasser said as she or-
ders new books, she orders
tests, which cost $3 each, at.
the same time.
"Right now, I'd say about
50 percent of our books have
AR tests," Sasser said. "As.
we weed out worn books and.
out-dated books, this will
increase." Sasser said the
KMS library has between
14,000 and 15,000 videos,
books and other reading
materials. Ellis said she
expects even more students
to meet their AR goal next-.
time. "We're going to Fun
Zone," she said.


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4, Washington County News, Saturday, October 20, 2007


WINE
Continued from page 1

machine and labeling ma-
chine help the couple keep
up with the demand. The
labor of corking the bottle
was decreased by about 50
percent.
"Corking is not a chore
anymore,
you just set
it in there," .
explained .
Br yon .
"With the .
labeling
machine
over there,
we can la- " . -
bel about
50 cases an
hour."
By hand,
labeling
used to
amass only
about four
or five cas- ..
es per hour. 4
But the
Biddles are
careful not
to get too Byron Biddle
big for their the many hun
britches. of wine that t
"It is bring to Holly
still manu- City. The cou
al work but participating ii
now it's a as long as th
lot more been in produce
efficient. It
seems that
as our production level in-
creases, our customer level
increases. We are not over
run, but we are keeping up,"
said Byron.
That is just how they like
it -- not too big and not too
small. Their award-winning
wines are available in eater-
ies and grocery stores across
area counties. There is very
little by way of distribution.
"I'm 65 now and don't
really care to get any big-
ger," Byron added. Even if
the "world" demands it, the
Biddles really want to keep
their small-town flare.,
"We are second in the
world for our port,",Lucretia
explained. "We would d have
beenJirst.if.we had'waited to.,,
enter it, because with port,
the older it is the better it is.
We have a guy who is buying
it for $68 retail and resell-
ing it for $500 a bottle. But
Byron said that he can still
only have a case. The people
who have been faithful to us
and buy a bottle every year,
will still get that bottle every
year."
Another significant
change for the winery is in
the number of employees.
For years, it's been Byron
and Lucretia. Migrant work-
ers have always been used
to harvest the crop. But, this
year the production end has
become a family affair. Their
son Scott, his wife and their
two children, Mason and
Jordan, are helping in the
business.
"They help us bottle and
they are really handy," added
Byron. And that help could
not have come at a better
time. A real hurdle for the
Biddles has been family
illness.
"Byron had open-heart
surgery," said Lucretia. "He
had a bad side effect and
was sick for awhile. But, he
is 100-percent better, thank
the Lord."
And not being able to
oversee the process was dif-
ficult for Byron.
"I have had a lot of health
problems over the last year,
so being able to get out there
myself and see that things
get done the way that I like
them to get done has been
a little difficult. Hopefully,


next year won't have those
kind of problems."
The future looks rosy for
the winery -- or should we
say rose. They have added a
new vineyard with a musca-
dine grape called Carlos.
"For this one, we have
won every award they give in
the wine industry for a low-
alcohol wine," explained
Lucretia.
- "We have
| even done
,' our first
blended
wine. It's
our Vin
Rose. By-
ron put the
Conquis-
tador and
the Carlos

ip. has a dry
taste to the
tip of your
Tongue
_.,and then
Syou have
a sweet af-
- . tertaste."
S The
Debbie Kunkle/WCN town of
stands among Vernon
reds of cases is on the
he couple will verge of
Fair in Panama s e e i n g
ple has been a lot of
n the event for growth.
ie winery has The four-
ction. leaning of
Highway
79 will
bring change to the area.
"I've been looking forward
to the four-laning since about
1979," said Byron. The con-
struction may reroute cus-
tomers for a bit, but Lucretia
knows that tried-and-true
clientele will be back no
matter what.
"Change is going to hap-
pen," she added. "You can
try and fight it, but it is going
to happen any way. Instead
you have to find a way to
embrace it."
For the Biddle family
grapes are more than just a
fruit, they are a bit spiritual
and a connection to the earth.
A lot about wine is about
food and friends. There's a
romantic -aspect to it. There's
a science to it, but there's
also a poetry to it.
"I think with any winery,
if you apply yourself to it
will be successful," said
Byron.
And, just like their Vin
Rose, Three Oaks started out
a bit dry -- the county -- but
now has a wonderfully sweet
aftertaste.

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this weekend vs. Samson beginning at 4:30 p.m.


Graceville came to town
and won two of three matches
against Chipley's Tri-County
Football League teams. The
first match-up was a nail-
biter.
On the opening posses-
sion, Graceville's Mites
scored a touchdown and were
successful in ringing up the
two extra points.
Chipley got the ball and
matched their effort, also
scoring eight points on their'
first possession. Neither teaam-,
scored again until the last five"
seconds of the game. After
Graceville put another six
points on the board, bringing
the score to 14-8, Chipley's
Elijah Staton made a noble
but unsuccessful run for a
touchdown in the last half-
second.
Chipley won the second'
matchup 22-14, and the Pee
Wee team remains unde-
feated and on its way to the
play-offs. Chipley lost the
Midget's game 8-0.


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Honorable Eddy Hotlman
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School Board - District No. ,

The Value Adjustment Board meets each year to hear petitions and render decisions relating to ad valorem tax
assessments, exemptions, tax deferrals, and classifications.

The following table summarizes this year's action by the board.

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6

Type Number of Total Number of Total Number Reduction Shift in
of Exemption Number of Assessments of Requests in Taxable Tax
Property Requests Exemption' Reduced by for Value Due Dollars
Granted by Requests the Board Assessment to Board
the Board Reductions Action

Residential 7


Commercial


Industrial and
Miscellaneous

Agricultural or
Classified use 0 3 0

Business
Machinery and
Equipment

Vacant Lots
and Acreage

TOTALS 0 3 0 7 0 0
All taxpayers should be aware that board actions which reduce taxable value cause tax rates
applicable to all property to be proportionally higher.

Questions concerning the actions taken by this Board may be addressed to the chairperson or clerk at the following
telephone numbers:


(850)638-6200


Name


Clalerk


DIANNE CARTER


Name


Phone


(850) 638-6233


Phone


Tax mpactNOTICE Board

Tax Impact of Value Adjustment Board


County of WASHINGTON . Tax Year 2007
Members of The Board


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ThE NEXT Lap


Oct. 28 Oct. 27 Oct. 27 Season
Atlanta, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. Atlanta, Ga. Champion
Pep Boys Auto Sam's Town Easy Care Frank
500 250 200 Kimmell


Kimmel is ARCA's King


Frank Kimmel officially
clinched the 2007 ARCA
RE/MAX Series Championship
on Sunday afternoon at Toledo
Speedway, marking his ninth
title and eighth consecutive on
the 55-year-old national stock
car tour.
Kimmel, a Clarksville, Ind.,
native and 19-year veteran of the
tour, remains the series' all-time
champion and all-time money
winner.
"It's just real cool and very
rewarding," said Kimmel. "To be
able to win this championship
despite all of the competitive
teams in ARCA this year.
Michael [McDowell] and Eddie
Sharp Racing put a lot of pres-
sure on us and they made us
want to run well. We struggled
this year with all kinds of adver-
sity. We didn't have a sponsor
and despite the problems we had
the team stuck together and it
was good to be able to win a
ninth championship."
En route to the 2007 title,


RidiNq g hE


Bubble
Driver Dave Blaney
Owner Bill Davis
Points: 2295
Points out of 34th: 2
Points ahead of 36th: 51
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Bill Davis
35 Kyle Petty
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Cal Wells III


Kimmel earned race victories at
Iowa Speedway, the Illinois
State Fairgrounds and The
Milwaukee Mile, bringing his
career total to 71 wins, just eight
shy of Iggy Katona's all-time
win record in ARCA competi-
tion. He posted 11 top-5 and 17
top-10 finishes in 23 races.
For Kimmel, the opportuni-
ty to officially clinch the 2007
title during ARCA's
Championship Weekend festivi-
ties at Toledo Speedway was
very fitting. He earned his career
first victory at Toledo Speedway
in 1992 and is the track's all-time
ARCA RE/MAX Series winner
at Toledo with nine victories at
the .5-mile track.
"The whole thing always
seems to come back here to
Toledo," said Kimmel. "My first
race in ARCA ever was here at
Toledo in a car fielded by Jack
Wallace. My first win in ARCA
came here at Toledo, and I have
nine wins here. And of course,
Toledo is special to ARCA.


Kyle retty
Driver
Johnny Sauter
Dave Blaney
Kyle Petty
Ken Schrader
Scott Riggs
David Reutimann


Points
2511
2450
2411
2302
2075
2006


NASCAR's Golden voice


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Most know Eli Gold as the voice of the Alabama Crimson Tide.
The native of Brooklyn, N.Y. has watched NASCAR grow from a
very small sport to the force it is today.
"I can't complain," said Gold who is in his 31st year with the
Motor Racing Network. "As a free-lancer this is a great way to pay the
bills.
"I guess I have been around enough and fooled the experts."
You might laugh about Gold fooling the experts, but he did just
that in landing his first job with the network when Jack Arute was with
MRN.
"I was working in the EHL as the voice of the Long Island (N.Y.
Ducks) and while passing the time on the bus trip from Charlotte to
Greensboro I would pass the time by listening to my transistor radio,"
said Gold. "That is when I discovered NASCAR on Radio and said to
myself I think I can do this.
"So I started finding out who to send letters to
and contact bN phone." .- .--..--
Mind \on Gold's onl\ exposure . . .
to the sport as a mid-teen 1as to .s - "
see a fe%\ nunutes of the spon - i-,
aired on ABC \\ide world of
SpoIrs on a back and \ hule
tele\ ion.
"'When I linl li -1ot
the chance to talk to Jack . .
Anre. \% ho v ias the en-
eial manager of MRN.
lie asked me if I had
done any live racing
before." recalled
Gold "I told himn I had
been at a couple of ..
raIcks %here I vwas from
and basically , bed through
irN teeth
"He asked me to send '
him a tape About "\ eek :
or so later I called him back -....
and told him I couldn't tind a
racing tape. but asked if he
would take a hocke\ broad-
cast tape fom 175." 4.
Gold. who was doing tele-
f1sion for the St Louis Blues b\ t
then. \%as gening read\ foi hJi
first chance t \'.hat '.'ias kn'o,.n
as the world d 600 in Chi lone n
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2006 Pole Winner
Kurt Busch - 97.568 mph
2006 Race Winner
Jimmie Johnson- 70.446 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Tony Stewart - 95.371 m[
(2000)
Track Race Record
Jeff Gordon - 82.223 m(
(1996)


NASCAR back then so it was a simple deal," said Gold. "If you did
well they would keep you and if you stunk you were out of there.
"I asked them to send me a copy of the 1975 race so I could study
and prepare by getting the terminology down, pace, and such."
And so on Memorial Day 1975 Eli Gold took his spot in turns one
and two covering his first live NASCAR race.
Gold, who will tell you he is just a sports fan, has been responsi-
ble for broadcasts involving the National Hockey League, National
Football Leagues, NASCAR, and the University of Alabama.
His affiliation with the University of Alabama is rather ironic as is
the response he gets.
"It is rather interesting how things work," said Gold. "It was
before an Alabama-Syracuse basketball game and a man came charg-
ing down and instead of going to his seat he got as close as he could
and wanted to talk about Bill Elliott.
"Then the weekend of the Talladega race when I got to the track,
everybody at the track wanted to talk to me about the Alabama-
Houston Football game on Saturday. Neither sport has any-
. thing to do \\ ith one another, but it has an interesting
cross O\ er.
The other crous' o'er Gold has seen is the
ports at soutr l'cal fair grounds th just a
fev. eats conmpaied to todaN "s spectacu-
S lars ' ithi 100,001)0 plus in anerndar.e.
I" remember early on m nmi
career going to Bristol v ith
Bar-ne, Hall and there \otuld
be 120 pet.,ple for the race aid
todla, there is around 160Iu,0(00.
%. %ith seats to the sk.'" said
Gold. "When %%e first % ent to
.Bristol there %%ere 35 to -10
_io%', of concrete seats and
there "ere so fe'. fans 'ou
could ha',e shot a cannonball
into the seats and no one % %oLdd
ha'.e gotten hurt.
"Richiond is another tack
that comes to mind, which ,,ei
the ,ears has become one of the
lfinest short tracks around, but it
vas Nour pical fairgrounds track
\\'ith %%ood bleachers near the s%% ute
andhoi. ine exhibit: at the fair"
I-lIe ma be know n as Gold. but
Shi: knr, ledge of the port he shares on
the radio is nothing but Golden.
fj t MRN
Broadcaster
Eli Gold


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After Bank of America 500


Driver
Jeff Gordon
Jimmie Johnson
Clint Bowyer
Tony Stewart
Carl Edwards
Kyle Busch
Kurt Busch
Kevin Harvick
Denny Hamlin
Jeff Burton


Behind
Leader
-68
-78
-198
-240
-280
-315
-328
-349
-366


AfterDollar General 300


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


Behind
Leader
-638
-753
-825
-977
-1,012
-1,140
-1,230
-1,289


After Mountain Dew 250 After ARCA RE/MAX 250
Driver Behind Driver Behinc
1. Ron Homaday Leader 1. Frank Kimmel Leader
2. Mike Skinner -14 2. Michael McDowell -250
3. Travis Kvapil -234 3. Dexter Bean -815
4. Todd Bodine -262 4. Justin Allgaier -855
5. Johnny Benson -376 5. Justin Marks -910
6. Rick Crawford -413 6. Phillip McGilton -960
7. Ted Musgrave -733 7. Patrick Sheltra -1,090
8. Eric Damell -780 8. Justin South -1,325
9. Matt Crafton -796 9. Bryan Silas -1,570


-1,295 10. Jack Sprague


-868 10. Josh Krug


-1,625


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6, Washington County News, Saturday, October 20, 2007


UNITED WAY UPDATE


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KIWANIS NEWS


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Submitted photo
Carolyn Metcalf, supervisor of the Substance
Abuse Program, speaks at the Tuesday Kiwanis
meeting.


This is part of a series
on agencies supported by
Washington County United
Way. For United Way into-
mation, contact Darrin Wall
at 415-4201.

Children's
Home Society
Guest speakers at Tues-
day's Kiwanis Club meeting
were Matt Davis, director
of development with the
Children's Home Society
and the supervisor of the
Substance Abuse Program,
Carolyn Metcalf.
The organization's motto
is "Embracing Children -
Inspiring Lives," and, based
on comments made to a
very attentive audience, they
are achieving both of those
goals. It is a United Way
agency.
Founded in 1902 to care


for orphans, the Children's
Home Society is now among
the oldest, largest and most
respected private nonprofits
serving children and fami-
lies. Expanding from early
roots in adoption and foster
care, CHS offers an array
of specialized services to
nurture children and grow
families. Last year, CHS
delivered hope to more
than 139,000 children and
adults.
The Children's Home
Society office that serves
Washington County and
five other counties (Bay,
Calhoun, Gulf, Holmes, and
Jackson,) is based in Panama
City and sends evaluators
and counselors to homes. In


Submitted photo
Matt Davis, director of Development with the
Children's Home Society, was at the Tuesday Ki-


wanis meeting.
the case of suspected sub-
stance abuse, personnel usu-
ally go into the home as a
result of the first call and,
if a child or children are
involved, determine if it is
safe for a child to stay in the
home or if the child should
be removed.
A child is removed and/or
placed back in the home
only by a judge, not by case
workers. The Panama City
office reports that 30 par-
ents are receiving free ser-
vice and that approximately
50 children are involved, the
youngest being 18 months
of age.
Many substance abuse
cases involve methamphet-
amine. Early signs that a per-
son may be having a problem
with meth is that the person
will isolate themselves, be-
come paranoid, keep blinds
and/or curtains closed in


the home and keep children
from playing outside. Just a
small percentage of people
with a meth problem ever get
over it. The drug kills brain
cells, which can actually be
seen on a brain scan, e.g.,
a PET scan. Abuse of meth
causes teeth to rot, causes
very bad dry skin problems
and other problems too many
to mention.
But there is hope and
the Children's Home Soci-
ety of Florida is a beacon
for abused, neglected and
abandoned children and for
families wanting to grow
and thrive. CHS also offers
adoption services, search and
reunion services, fostering
services, pregnancy services
and other help to families,
children and youth.
Call 850-747-5411 or fax
to 850-872-7345 for more
information.


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.

CHS drama presentation
Chipley High School Drama Department announces a
special visit from Charlie Brown coming Friday evening
November 30, to the Chipley High School Auditorium at 7
p.m. Tickets will go on sale November 1 for this one night
event. You're A Good Man Charlie Brown features the musi-
cal 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 person.
and can be reserved by calling 638-6100 ext. 507.


101st birthday 1S= 4i
Ms. Willie Mae Lamb turned 101 on Oct. 2 and celebrated M N
her birthday on Sunday, Sept. 30, with family and friends at , . N
the Washington County Rehabilitation Center in Chipley. ., / L


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.

MLK planning
The second planning
meeting for the Martin Lu-
ther King Celebration Com-
mittee is scheduled for 4:30
p.m., Thursday, Nov. 1.
The meetings will be in the
cafeteria at the T.J. Roulhac
Enrichment and Activity
Center on Church Street in
Chipley.
Area churches are urged
to send a representative to
this meeting. For more infor-
mation call 638-7883.

Christmas
assistance
applications
The Salvation Army will
be taking applications for
those in need of food and toy
assistance from Washington
County residents on Oct. 23
- 24 in Chipley from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. at the Agricultural
Center on Highway 90.
All applicants must pro-


vide the following infor-
mation: photo ID; Social
Security cards for all ap-
plicants and children; recent
rent receipt (if someone else
owns the home or pays the
rent, that person should ac-
company applicant); recent
utility bill and cable bill and
household income receipts.


Chipley Trick or
Treat Oct. 31
Trick or Treat in down-
town Chipley will be ob-
served from 5-6:30 p.m. on
Oct. 31.
Youngsters from ages
1 through 10 will be able
to participate in a costume


contest at 6:45 p.m. in the
parking lot behind New Life
Fellowship Church. Age
divisions will be 1-3 years
old; 4-6 years, and 7-10.
There will be a winner and
first-runner up in each age
division. Contact Wash-
ington County Chamber of
Commerce at 638-4157.


Submitted photo
Gerald Holly (left) interviews fellow Kiwanian Kelly
Brock, a member since 1973.


At Tuesday's Kiwanis
Club meeting, an interview
series of long time Kiwanis
members continued. Gerald
Holly interviewed fellow
Kiwanian Kelly Brock, a
member since 1973.
Brock is a graduate of
Vernon High School, Chipo-
la and FSU, and resident of
Chipley since 1956. Kelly
explained that, before retire-
ment, he was involved in
education for 37-1/2 years,
including 16 years as Su-
perintendent of Washington
County Schools.


Along the way he found
time to run ABC Fence Com-
pany based in Chipley, with
plants in Florida, Georgia
and South Carolina.
When time permits,
he goes fishing with his
wife, Marlene. Time per-
mitted Kelly to tell only a
'few of his many interest-
ing and humorous stories,
supposedly based on actual
events during his career.
On behalf of the Kiwan-
is Club of Chipley, Hol-
ley thanked Kelly for his
long term contributions.


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Education
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Building Supplies


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HelpWanted

DRIVERS-MORE MONEY! Sign-OnBonus36-43 cpm/
$1.20pm $0 Lease/TeamsNeeded Class A + 3 months recent
OTRrequired (800)635-8669.

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Receptionist needed for
Doctor's. office. Call
547-4771 or apply at 812
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James S. Howell (850)
SJohns Family Child Care535-2839; 260-1619
AFFORDABLE LAKE PROPERTIES On pristine Classitled Display .'1l" .' I1 Home (licensed); Provide
34,000acreNorrisLakeOver800milesofwoodedshoreline ' care forchildren, ages 18 old. ____SRIE
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quire if other times are Sod For Sale on the farm, Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
needed (before & after delivered or installed. guaranteed service on all
school, part-time only) Centipede and 419 Ber- makes and models. Free
Call Vicky Johns muda. West Florida Turf estimates. Western Auto,
(850)547-5Week of October952 or (850)638- 860 216 N Waukesha, Boni
W eek of October 22 2007 276-0995 (850415-0385.Established fay. 547-3910
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GONSTRUCTION
COMPANY, INC.
Are you an energetic and dependable
worker? If so, you qualify for an
opportunity to launch your career with a
growing company! You must be willing
to travel and have valid ID and SS card.
Come by, introduce yourself and fill out
an application. (EOE)
We offer great benefits to qualifying
employees such as 401k, group medical
and dental insurance, employee stock
purchase, vacation, life and LTD
insurance, uniforms and per diem.

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Healthcare Farm work Graceland Manor Apart- Bethlehem area 1 bed- 2BR/1BA Sunny Hills,
wanted egg collect ments. Rental assistance room cabin, excellent con- near lake, wood patio, ex-
Interim Healthcare has Help wanted egg coltec- on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. edition, $400. month and tra storage, new
an immediate opening tor, must be reliable and Handicapped and $200. deposit. Hud ap- washer/dryer, Pergo
General in the Sunny Hills area. in good health. Call non-handicapped accessi- proved, Call 850-547-5195 floors. $110,000. AUTOMTIVE, MARINE
40 hours a week for a 850-956-1224 ble apartments. 850 p(847 ) 708 - 1358; RECREATIONAL
Lead guitar player LPN. Hours are -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. (850)260-1814 8100 - Antique & Collectibles
wanted for working Mon-Thurs. Please call " 5445 Brown Street, For Rent- 3BR, 11/2BA 8110- Cars
country band. If inter- 482-2770 or stop by 'ir. Graceville, FL. Equal Brick House. Call 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
ested call 850-249-8559 4306 Fifth Avenue to housing authority 638-1918 or 638-4478. 3BR/2.5BA House on 8130-Trucks
or 850-276-2169. apply. - _____Gainer RD Vinyl and stone 8140 - Vans
__ _ _ _ Cic - siding, in ground pool 8150 - Commercial
Other ma Wf R T i Nice clean Houses, Apart- Pole barn, 4.5 acres, 8180-Motorcycles
Healthcare ments, Mobile homes for chain link fence $300,000 817& Accessuto Parts
Mystery Shoppers, get s rent..... 4BR/2bath brick 527-2384 8210 - Boats
Immediate Opening paid to shop! Retail/dining REAL_ ESTATE FOR RENT 2BR/1bath home for rent. home for sale 8220 - Personal Watercraft
Licensed Physical Ther- establishments need un- Country home with large 850-547-5085 or 8230 - Sailboats
apy Assistant (PTA) start- derercover clients to judge 6100 - Business/ yard near Chipley. No in- 850-547-2531 By owner 747 Gilbert 8240 - Boat & Marine
ing salary $47,840. Corn- quality customer service. Commercial side pets, no smoking. Drive, Chipley. Supplies
petitive salary and bene- Earn up to $150. a day. 6110 -Apartments 3BR/.BA. Newly Re- 8310-Aircraft/Aviation
Call (888)-523-1013. 6120 - Beach Rentals $425. deposit, $425.
fits. Please fax resume to 6130- Condo/Townhouse month 547-4006 after 5 modeled. (w) 718-2268; 8320 - ATV/Of Road Vehicles
850-415-1967s s.m. (h)547-2937 8330- Campers & Trailers
6140 - House Rentals p m. -^ --'-i 8340 - Motorhomes
Real Estate/Mortgage 6150 - Roommate Wanted 6170
6160 - Rooms for Rent
Management Broker & . 6170 - Mobile Home/Lot Publisher's 3 BR Trailer for rent. 3 Reduced Sunny Hills
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals Notice miles south of Westville. Home on Boat Lake.
PT/FT Sales- Hibbett Realtors 6190 - Timeshare Rentals $400 mth plus deposit. 2BR/2BA, split plan, 8110
Sports is opening soon. Successful Real Estate 6200 - Vacation Rentals All real estate advertising in Call 547-2346 after 5pm wooded 80x250 lot.
in Chipley. Send re- office Seeking Exp Re- m this newspaper is subject to Family room, cement 94 Toyota Paseo, runs
sumes 'ATTN DM" to: altors. Our Company the Fair Housing Act which porch & one car gar- good, 42MPG, $2400.
411 Mary Esther offers free buyer & makes it illegal to advertise Bonifay- 3BR, $550. 2BR, age. BlueWater Prop- 535-0487
Cutt-Off NW, Unit C, Ft. seller leads, no desk 6100 | "any preference, limitation or $425. In quiet Mobile erty LLC. Please call
Walton Beach, FL. fees, no franchise fee, Executive ffice discrimination based on Home Park. 547-4234 Gene at 773-3333
32548 or e-mail to paid advertising, paid Executive Office race, color, religion, sex, 1972 Dart Swinger- 6 cyl,
Lee.Gordon@hibbe't.cpm. MLS fees, paid E&O space for lease on handicap, familial status or
Hibbett n@hibbett.csm. Insurance. For confi- Brickyard Rd. Great national origin, or an inten- good shape, runs. Car is
ncts drug tesrn n cal iteewc on across from tion, to make any such pref- . i250 Vernon. Must sell.
wwwchbbett.com . 638-7700 includes children under the 7150
Trades age of 18 living with parents Mobile Home for rent. imala
Trades Executive Office Space or legal custodians, preg-2BR/2BA. On Pioneer Rd, Beautiful Corner Lot in V m 4DR, Champaign
Want An Opportunity for rent downtown nant women and people se- 4 miles East of Vernon. Martin's Woods subdivi- Color, One Owner, Avg
a n Op nity rent downtown curing custody of children 850-638-7315 or sion in Chipley. Call Joey 30MPG, Loaded, Very
with a growing company?ley. 638-1918 under 18. 850-527-4467. Robbins, e Realty, Clean, great Condition,Very
Want to work hard and be Robbins Elite Realty, lean, Great Condition,
Management rewarded for it? Reed For Rent- Commercial of- This newspaper will not 326-0408. Seller is a FLor- 81K Miles $7995. (850)
Concrete and Construc- fice space near downtown knowingly accept any adver- Mobile Home in country ida Licensed Realtor. 2721945
HARDEE'S Franchisee tion, Inc., in Bonifay would Chipley. Approx tising for real estate which is Mobile Home in country 272-1945
HARDEE'S Franchisee tion, Inc., in Bonifay would .1000Sq.Ft. Call in violation of the law. Our for rent. Leave message,
owned by Geneva En- like to talk with you. 850-638-1959. readers are hereby informed no returned long distance For Sale: 8 acres in 2004 Chev cavalier, 2
terprises, LLC is look- 850-547-5767 850-6381959. that all dwellings advertised calls. 850-547-2043 Cambleton, FL., haswe 2004 Chev Cavalier, 2
ing for experienced . in this newspaper are availa- ., oor auto, 4 cy, A/C,
Management for e the Trades - ble on a equal opportunity and fish pond. $55,000. $5500 obo. 850-638- 0886;
Management for the TradLTes u obeHon basis. To complain of dis Mobile Homes for rent in Call 850-263-9178
following store loca- HELP WANTED! crimination call HUD toll-free Mobile Homes for rent inCa802-7326-1512
tions: Bonifay, Geneva, Experienced HVAC 6110 at 1-800-669-9777. The Cottondale on Sapp Road,
Chattahoochee, Service Tech. Pay de- For rent toll-free number for the hear- 8 miles east of Chipley. Land for Lease app. 110 2005 heavy Aveo, 4 cylin-
Graceville, Qottondale, pends on experience. Sleepy Hollow ing impaired is 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA acres grazing or hay pro- der aut , solr
Chipley & Youngstown. Paid Holidays, Sick Apartments 1-800-927-9275. available. Total electric. auction only. 30 acres ys, utore a/c,spoiler,
For more info call Kathy Leave, Vacation, Local 2BR/1BA, water, garbage (850)258-4868; 209-8847 Russell bur. 80 acres bealloys, more. Clear Title,
Holt at 850-638-0555 or Work. Call & lawn care included. www.charloscountryliv- hia. 850-547-3709 40,000 miles, 34 mpg.,
fax resume to .8 5 0 - 6 3 8 - 1 3 0 9 HUD not accepted. ing.com $9,000. 850-547-2986
850-638-0609. 850-258-7274. 638-7128 TTYu ___leave message.
MP Enterprises Land
Nice 3BR/2BA Dou- Sale and Finance. 5 acres
blewide, Chipley, Wausau or more for houses on ly,2005 Pontiac Vibe
line. Fenced for horses, wooded & pasture. 3 mi- 40,500 miles, 4 door,
35 minutes to Panama les South of Chipley. automatic, new tires,
We're raising pay for Florida regional drivers! Home NEW DEVELOPMENT IN THE MOUNTAINS OF City. For more information Highway 77, Gainer Rd., power windows & locks,
everyweekend!Homeduringtheweek!Solidweeklymiles! NORTHCAROLINA.LOCATEDONTHENEWRIVER call 850-892-1084. Houston Rd., Beadie Rd. AC, CD. Really good gas
95%notouch! Preplannedfreight!$.43 permile,hometime, IN ASHE COUNTY. 26 LOTS AVAILABLE. PRICES The Park at 2350 Buddy Rd., (4) five acres Rogers 38nsurance
money & more! Heartland Express (800)441-4953 BEGINAT$85,000.Century21HeritageRealty(336)246- 3BR/1BA $425 (8) ten acres (5) eight ac- 638-1805; 638-4116
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Guard. 1-800-GO-GUARD.con/police. private,goodaccess$89,500(866)789-8535. 7190- Out-of-Town gether or separately. x-cab, V6, 4X4, LX pack-
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