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Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties






DAYLIGHT SAVInGS
TImE EnDS
nOVEnliBER 4
SET YOUR CLOCKS BACK!

Groundbreaking
for international
airport held
Officials with the Panama
City-Bay County Airport on.
Thursday morning broke
ground on the long-await-
ed $330 million project..
Page 4

NASCAR Pit Stop
Dale Earnhardt Jr.,spent
Monday afternoon and
Tuesday morning circling
Atlanta Motor Speedway
for NASCAR's Car of
Tomorrow TestSession.
Little E was decked out in
his red and white colors,
but missing were the
sponsorship of Budweiser
and his familiar No. 8 was
sitting in the garage.
Page 5

PeeWee football
The Chipley Tri-County
football teams headed to
Dale County last weekend.
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Geneva man indicted in death of deputy .




Geneva man indicted in death of deputy


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
A Geneva, Ala. man has been
indicted for manslaughter in the
death of a Holmes County aux-
iliary deputy on Monday, Aug.
20. John Cody Edwards, 18, was
indicted by a Geneva County grand
jury on Oct. 24.
The grand jury found that Ed-
wards "did recklessly cause the
death of Joe Galloway by speeding
and attempting to elude a traffic
stop," according to the bill filed
with Geneva County Circuit Court.
The grand jury found that Edwards
"did act recklessly" in causing
Galloway's death.


Authorities said that Edwards


was fleeing
mes Coun-
ty when
the chase
crossed into
Alabama.
Galloway
was killed
when his
patrol car
went out
of control
at a small
wooden
bridge just
inside the


Alabama line. The car flipped,
throwing Galloway, of the New


Hope community in northern Hol-
mes County, from the vehicle.
Edwards turned himself into the
Geneva County Sheriff's Depart-
ment on Thursday, Aug. 24 and
was released on $50,000 bond.
Under Alabama Law, Code
13A-6-2, a person could be charged
with manslaughter if he recklessly
causes the death of another person.
Manslaughter is a Class B felony.
Section 13A-5-6 of the Alabama
Code allows for a Class B felony a
sentence for not more than 20 years
or 1l's than two years.
Galloway was also the uncle
of Holmes County Deputy Lonny
Lee Lindsey, who was killed in a
gunfight at a liquor store robbery.


Galloway in Hol-




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Galloway


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SHowl-o-ween at Searest
Howl-o-ween at Seacrest Wolf Preserve,
- brought scores of people from all over
northwest Florida to Oaks Farm.


Inside This Week
NASCAR..................Page 5
Years Ago...............Page 6
Classifieds..............Page 7
USA Weekend..Inside


Fall fun in


the county

Fall is time for Halloween and fall festivals
throughout Washington County. Top, face
painting was one of the features of Trick-
or-Treat Street in Vernon, which is also a
fund-raiser for an number of organizations.
Right and below: You could see anything
during you could imagine during Chipley's
annual downtown Halloween, from a fam-
ily of Shreks and families of...well, lots of
different characters.
Top photo courtesy Vernon High School,
right and below by Mary Paramore of the
Washington County News.


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CRA approves

funds for city

paving project

Workshop proposed to
discuss long-awaited
downtown project
MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
mparamore@chipleypaper.com
Chipley's Community Redevel-
opment Agency board met Tuesday
and voted to spend $41,150 to pave
Church Street from 7th Avenue to
Pecan Street. The board also dis-
cussed scheduling a workshop to
discuss the project.
City Administrator Jim Morris
requested the expenditure to take
advantage of a paving contractor's
presence in Chipley. After the
expenditure's presumed approval
by the city at its meeting Nov. 1,
the work will be completed as an
add-on to an existing contract and
should be completed by the second
week of November. City Council.
approved the project at a special
called meeting Thursday.
During discussion about the.
request, long-time CRA board
member Helen Daniel led the board
to question when other promised-
upgrades to Church Street will be.
made. "We need gutters, sidewalks
and curbs," she said.
Daniel and Board Of County
Commission CRA liaison, Com-
missioner Joel Pate, as well as
Chamber of Commerce Adminis-
trative Assistant Chris MacBlain,
remember the origins of the Church
Street project, began sometime be-
tween eight and 15 years ago.
"When this started, the high
school was still there," Pate said,
referring to the historic CHS site on
2nd Street, perpendicular to Church
Street. Daniel remembers walking
the length of Church Street with
engineers.
"It's been put on the back burner
for some time," Daniel said.
CRA members and CRA Ex-
ecutive Director Ted Everett agreed
the delay was due primarily to the
City's sewer project, and now that it
is complete, the CRA board should
get up to speed on the project's his-
tory and get things moving.
In other business, the CRA board
approved an advertisement for bids
and a request for proposals for
replacing the roof at the T.J. Roul-
hac Enrichment Center. Everett
encouraged CRA board members
who had not done so already to visit
the center.
"You'll see the need and you'll
see the services they provide to
kids. You'll want these kids to have
the best resources down there,"
Everett said.
Everett told the board that Brooks
Appraisal from Panama City would
complete an appraisal of land at the
intersection of highways 90 and 77
in Chipley. The property, site of the
now-demolished BP Station, is for
sale by owner Marjorie Sangaree
and the City would like to acquire
it to improve parking availability
downtown.
Finally, the CRA board voted to
schedule its meetings on the fourth
Wednesday of each month at noon,
in the Washington County Chamber
of Commerce office.
*Chipley City Council will hold
its regular meeting on Thursday,
Nov. 8, at 6 p.m. in the Council
Chambers.


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2, Washington County News, Saturday, November 3, 2007


Mary Paramore/WCN
A big crowd was on hand for the three-day 'Howl-o-ween' at Seacrest Wolf Preserve.


'Howl-o-ween' celebrated at Seacrest


MARY D. PARAMORE
Staff Writer
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
By day three of Howl-
o-ween at Seacrest Wolf
Preserve, Cynthia Watkins's
voice was hoarse. She was
operating on about three
hours sleep by Sunday after-
noon, a bright and sunny fall
day that brought scores of
people from all over north-
west Florida to Oaks Farm to
camp, explore and learn.
The draw was wolves.
Three packs of them, all
housed in spacious wooded
plots with plenty of room to
roam and conduct the busi-
ness of the pack. And as
visitors who signed on for
the pen tour learned, wolves
are active in the conduct of
that business, establishing
and maintaining organiza-
tional hierarchies, teaching
their young and engaging in
meaningful play.
Exhaustion did not damp-
en Watkins' enthusiasm for
her life's work, preserving
and protecting wolves. She


Everyone dressed up for the holiday.


and husband Wayne operate
the 430-acre preserve as a
non-profit charitable orga-
nization and Howl-o-ween
was a fundraiser.
Seacrest is the largest
wolf preserve in the south-
eastern U.S. and is home
to Gray Timber, Arctic and
British Columbian wolf sub-
species. The Watkins hold
a Class 2 wildlife permit
and Seacrest is licensed by


the State of Florida and the
United States Department of
Agriculture.
This was the sixth Howl-
o-ween fundraiser hosted
by the pair. The public was
invited out for the weekend
for wolf encounter tours, hay
rides, camping, camp fires,
story-telling, cake walks,
Native American flute music
and dog costume contests.
Of course, for the Wat-


kins, helping people better
understand wolves was their
primary goal.
Next fund-raiser
Nov. 9-11
The next fundraiser is
scheduled Nov. 9, 10 and
11, when professional nature
photographers Jason Hahn
and Les Voorhis will host a
"Weekend with the Wolves"
photo opportunity at the
preserve.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve is
at 3449 Bonnet Pond Road
in Chipley.
M orep hot s -
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Don't wait Vote by mail in 2008
The Supervisor of Elections office now offers the option
to vote by mail in the 2008 elections. It is simple and con-
venient. Three very important items that you need to know
it order to vote by mail:
*Have your signature up to date. Each signature on a
Vote By Mail ballot is verified with the signature on file the
Elections office.
*Please make sure your Washington County residential
address is up to date. Vote by mail ballots cannot be for-
warded.
*Vote by mail request forms must be received at the
Supervisor of Elections office no later then six days prior
to an election. To request Vote by Mail ballots or to receive
additional information, please contact the Elections office at
638-6230, or visit the website at www.wcsoe.org
*Presidential Preference Primary: January 29, 2008
*Primary Election: August 26, 2008
*General Election: November 4, 2008

CHS yearbooks available online
Chipley High School students and parents can now pur-
chase 2007-2008 Paw Prints Yearbook online The online
cost is $45 per yearbook, and anyone can pay with a debit or
credit card on-line. To purchase a yearbook, visit http://jos-
tensyearbook.com, then select K-12 for the type of school,
Florida for the state, Chipley for the city, and select Chipley
High School. Yearbooks also available at CHS. For informa-
tion, call Carrie Bennett at 638-6100, ext. 508.


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Best Raider
Competition
Vernon High School
JROTC recently participated
in the Best Raider Competi-
tion at Holmes County High
School. They competed in
doing push-ups, sit-ups,
pull-ups, mile run, forced
march, one rope bridge, and
the medley relay.
Louis Paul took first in
push-ups and Paul Roche
took third. In the sit-ups,
Chris Patton took first, Ken-
ny and Louis Paul tied for
second, and Myles Pierce
took, third. Paul once again
took first in the pull-ups,
and second in the mile run.
Hunter Dupuis took third in
that event.
In the forced march, Pat-
ton won first. In the one
rope bridge competition,
Paul dominated and took
home first, while Roche won
second. Finally, the overall
male winner of the event


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other wild creatures made appearances as well.


came out to be Louis Paul.
The cadets that participat-
ed in the event were Jasmine
Lawyer, John Stojka, Myles
Pierce, Daniel Joyce, Paul


Brewer, Kenny Paul, Louis
Paul, Paul Roche, Hunter
Dupuis, and Chris Patton.
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ROTC.


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Saturday, November 3, 2007 Washington County News, 3


TRICK-OR-TREAT STREET IN VERNON


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Submitted photos
Trick-or-Treat Street in Vernon sponsored by high
school students was a successful fund-raiser for
various organizations. The annual event drew a
large response as always.


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Submitted photo
Wachovia Foundation helps TSIC
The Wachovia Foundation contributed a sizable dona-
tion to the Take Stock in Children Program of Washington
County. Take Stock in Children is a state wide organization
that has given thousands of scholarships to children all over
the state of Florida. The Washington County program has
been in existence for three years and has awarded 46 schol-
arships to children in Vernon and Chipley.
"We are grateful to the Wachovia Foundation and its
mission to help build strong and vibrant communities
throughout the country," said Don Walters, who heads the
Take Stock in Children program, "and in particular helping
to make a positive difference for the children and citizens
of Washington County."
*Take Stock in Children Scholarship Program of Washing-
ton County is looking for caring adults to mentor scholarship
recipients. If you can donate one hour a week, you have the
time to change a life by helping a child.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please call
either Don Walters at 527-9274 or Nancy LyBrand at 638-
8565. For more information on the Take Stock in Children
Program, go to takestockinchildren.com.


HONOR ROLLS


Vernon Middle School
announces its first nine
weeks Honor Rolls f6r the
2007/08 school year.
A Honor Roll:
Grade Five: Leana An-
drews, Kelly Barnes, Sar-
gie Barnes, Caitlin Fog-
arty, Tabitha Peavy, Kayla
Rudd, Hope Taylor, Autumn
Wood.
Grade Six: Taylor Gil-
lespie, Trey Gillespie, Alex-
ander Hess, Tyvares Murray,
Courtney Poppell.
Grade Seven: Alana
Heam, Catilyn Parker, Kas-
sidy Walsingham.
Grade Eight: Autumn
Basinger and Alexander
Shatas.
A-B Honor Roll:
Grade Five: Traice Ad-
ams, Joseph Alexander,
Amanda Alman, Jordan Ba-
sarab, Rainey Basinger, Da-
kota Bear, Teresa Bollinger,
Sarah Boullard, Hannah
Brock, Justin Cox, Cheyanne
Garza, Rainie Gilbert, Jamie
Holley, Daniel Humphries,
Genevieve Kunkel, Bradley
Kusiak, Brandon McDon-
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Chrisshaud Miller, Dylan
Pettis, Paige Pope, Aaron
Presley, Randall Richard, Al-
exander Rosa, Sy Seley, Julie
Sheehan, Madison Shifflett,
Gregory Singletary, Khalil
Stephens, Kilbey Stephens,
Shelby Tolley, Kaylee Wals-
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Grade Six: Anthony Al-
len, Joseph Bankston, Jaclyn
Coatney, Angelica Compton,
Justin Cooke, Gabrielle Coo-
per, Matthew Fuller, Dalton
Gibson, Jamequillan Good-
man, Jennifer Haddock,
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Cierra Hammack, Ansley
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4, Washington County News, Saturday, November 3, 2007


Groundbreaking
for new airport
celebrated

ED OFFLEY
Florida Freedom Newswire
Celebrating what they
called a major milestone in
economic development and
land conservation, officials
with the Panama City-Bay
County Airport on Thursday
morning broke ground on
the long-awaited relocation
project.
Cheered by a crowd of
about 1,000 political lead-
ers, business executives and
county residents gathered
at the site, Airport Author-
ity board members led by
Chairman Joe Tannehill
joined Florida Transporta-
tion Secretary Stephanie
Kopelousos ini launching
construction of the $330
million effort. Kopelousos
appeared on behalf of Gov.
Charlie Crist, who had to
forgo the ceremony for an
emergency summit meeting
of governors in Washington,


Robert Cooper/The News Herald
A group of local and state dignitaries lined up Thursday to ceremonially break
ground on the new Panama City-Bay County International airport in West
Bay. About 1,000 people turned out for the event.


D.C., to discuss the ongoing
drought.
The West Bay Sector Plan
will guide the economic de-
velopment of 34,000 acres
and the preservation of an-
other 41,000 acres of St. Joe
Co. land spanning the State
'79, State 77 and County 388
corridor.
Site preparation contrac-
tor Phoenix Construction


is expected to begin land-
-clearing and preparation im-
mediately, with construction
of the airport's first phase
taking about 30 months.
It includes an 8,400-foot
main runway and 5,000-foot
crosswind runway and ter-
minal facilities on a 1,300-
acre segment of the 4,000-
acre site.
"This airport will clearly


open up some economic de-
velopment opportunities that
we have not had," said Gulf
Power Co. District Manager
Ted Spangenberg,
The airport, which is ex-
pected to attract a number of
air-travel-related businesses,
will benefit not just Bay
County, but Washington,
Holmes, Jackson and Walton
counties as well, he added.


Donna Dykes/WCN
Kirby Holt and his Blossoms. From left are Angelica Garner, Kay Sherer, Nancy Williams, Kirby Holt,
Tricia Holt and Donna O'Dell.


Garden Club sponsors Floral Design Show


DONNA DYKES
Staff Writer
Holiday ideas and deco-
rations were plentiful at
the Monday, Oct. 29 Floral
Design Show for Fall and
Christmas sponsored by
Chipley Woman's Club.
Kirby Holt of Blossoms
displayed colorful supplies
at the Agriculture Center
and conducted'an interest-
ing program. A master floral
designer, Holt was named
Florida Designer of the Year
in 2000.
The event is a major fund-
raiser for the Woman's Club
which supports Washington
County Library and many
local works, as well as pro-
viding scholarships for area
young people.
Ann Christmas, who
chaired the Oct. 29 activity
with Sybil Compton, Jo Ann
Slay and Alice Peacock, said
the club also uses money
made at the show and their
Christmas Tour of Homes
for upkeep on their historic
club house.
"The tour will be held the
second Sunday in Decem-
ber," Christmas said. "We
always appreciate the good
support we get from this
community."
Proving that Christmas
decorating can be done with
ease using the right materi-
als, Holt and his wife, Tricia,
decorated four large trees


ooru holiday ora arrangements ied the Ag Center. Donna Dykes/WC1\
Colorful holiday floral arrangements filled the Ag Center.


during a period of about an
hour. Two of them were tall
and narrow and two were
tall but pleasingly plump.
Small golden lights had been
placed on each tree prior to
the show. The Holts used
wide decorative netting,
artificial flowers and almost
anything else that came to
mind (balls, bows and rib-
bons) on the two taller trees
which turned out to be very
colorful. The white tree with


red netting draped around it,
featured long narrow bows
and was topped with an elf
Dispensing gifts from a red
pack.
Most of the decorations
were for sale, along with
artificial floral designs,
Christmas wreaths, wrap
and ribbons. For those who
like the unusual, there were
birds made of copper or gold
metal and some in fabric
beaded with gold; green or


gold butterflies topped with
small dolls, golden musical
instruments, or heavily en-
crusted stars in two sizes.
The large crowd offered
its approval of the show with
a round of applause.
"The floral design show
is always a highlight of the
club year, and this seems to
have been one of the very
best," said Sybil Comp-
ton, co-chair for this year's
event.


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COMMUNITY NEWS

Kiwanis fruit sale underway
The Kiwanis Club of Chipley is holding its annual Florida
Citrus Fund-raiser, now.through Thanksgiving.
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 contacting Darrin Wall at 415-4201. Expected
delivery is in early December.

KMS Fall Festival Nov. 5
Mark your calendars for the KMS Fall Festival on Nov. 5,
from 5-8 p.m. Tickets for the traditional chicken and dressing
dinner for $5 are available now.
Cash and checks payable to KMS PTO will be accepted
for the dinner arid bake sale only. Everything else will re-
quire tickets and may be purchased in advance or at the door.
Advance tickets save you time and money and provide you
with five additional tickets. See any PTO member for tick-
ets. For the younger kids they will offer pizza, hamburgers,
hot dogs along with drinks, popcorn, cotton candy and the
best home-made desserts. There will be a cake walk, giant
slide, hayride, bungee bounce, rock wall, tattoos, Wheel of
Fortune and more. The Cake Auction will be in the cafeteria,
stop by and place your bid. The highest bid/winners will be
announced at 7 p.m.

Holiday hours and book sale
As a reminder, the Washington County Library will be
closed in remembrance of Veteran's Day Nov. 12 and the
week of Thanksgiving, Nov. 19-23.
*A Book Sale, sponsored by the Chipley Friends of the
Library, will be held 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.

Planning Commission meets
Washington County Planning Department will hold a
meeting on Nov. 6 at 5 p.m. in the County government An-
nex meeting room, 1331 South Blvd., Chipley.
The agenda for the meeting will include:
*Approval of Oct. 2 meeting minutes.
*Variance to establish a legal building lot at 4982 Travis'
Trail Road.
*Variance to sell less that 4.5 acres at 5364 Casey Road.,
*Public hearing on small scale land use change from,
low density to general commercial on Hwy. 77 adjacent to
Washington Correctional Institute.
*Conceptual approval for a replat of a portion of the Semi-
nole Plantation plat, Spring Water Lake on State Road 20.
*Conceptual approval for a 45-lot subdivision (without
continuous paved roads) Magnolia Estates on Rufus Road.
*Planning issues.
The next Board of County Commissioners meeting for
public hearing is scheduled for Nov. 15 at 5 p.m.
The next Planning Commission meeting is scheduled'
for Dec. 4 at 5 p.m. Deadline for submission of large-scale
amendments for the first cycle of 2008 is Dec. 21 at 3 p.m.
For additional information, call Connie Anderson at the
Washington County Planning Department at 415-5093.


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Frank
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Gas had no get up and go


The contaminated fuel that
caused Denny Hamlin's car to
stall near the end of Sunday's
race at Atlanta Motor Speedway
might have been added to the
car's fuel tank as early as Friday
morning, according to Nextel
Cup director John Darby.
Speaking Monday during a
two-day test session, Darby said
NASCAR and Sunoco are
actively pursuing the cause of
the contaminated water that
affected "more than two and less
than 43" of the cars in the Pep
Boys Auto 500.
"Obviously, we're pumping
out of the same pumps, the same
tanks [during Monday's test] as
we did [Sunday] with no
issues," Darby said. "That way,
typically, any amount of water
that winds up, especially from
dispensing the fuel, typically
will settle out of suspension,
showing, up with the very first
fills of the event. What our sus-
picions are is that some of the
very early gas that was pumped
out as early as Friday morning
could have been where the con-
tamination started."
Darby has asked Nextel


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Driver. Dave Blaney
Owner Bill Davis
Points: 2554
Points out of 34th: 86
Points ahead of 36th: 92
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty
35 Bill Davis
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Cal Wells III


Cup teams to systematically dis-
assemble their fuel filters and
fuel cells from the cars involved
in Sunday's race, in order to
determine how widespread the
problem might be. In addition,
he's asking Craftsman Truck
Series teams -- who also fueled
from the pumps over the week-
end -- to report on anything out
of the ordinary.
"For example, our race win-
ner [Sunday] night, in post-race
inspection, did find some evi-
dence of some water in the fuel,"
Darby said. "Obviously, from a
performance standpoint, there
wasn't an issue. [Then there
was] a high level of contamina-
tion that we did find in a couple
of cars, such as [Dave Blaney]
and [Hamlin],where there was
enough introduced into the fuel
system that could potentially
create some performance deter-
rents."
Darby said the water that
entered the system was a cloudy
brown color. NASCAR, Sunoco
and independent labs are now
testing the substance to see what
it might be -- and where it might
have come from.


Dave Blaney
Driver
Johnny Sauter
Kyle Petty
Dave Blaney
Bill Elliott
Scott Riggs
David Reutimann


Points
2654
2640
2554
2472
2266
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Dale Earnhardt Jr. (left) talks with Tony Eury Jr. during testing at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Photos by Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR


Junior turns the page in Atlanta

0 Little still wearing red and white while No. 8 sits in Atlanta garage


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com
Dale Earnhardt Jr. spent Monday after-
noon and Tuesday morning circling ".
Atlanta Motor Speedway for '
NASCAR's Car of Tomorrow Test '
Session.
Little E was decked out in his red
and white colors, but missing were the
sponsorship of Budweiser and his .
familiar No. 8 was sitting in the garage
waiting for Regan Smith to climb behind
the wheel.
Yes, the Impala SS many fans considered to -'
be Little E's car was idle while he made laip, i the
No. 5 owned by Hendrick Motorsports.
But how did it feel to pass his soon to be old car on the track?
"I have seen it down in the garage," said Earnhardt. "It's a unique
situation to see it down in the garage. I don't know who's driving
today.
"But I am sure the car is going to be a rocket ship, it was yester-
day."
Earnhardt was a little sore on Monday as his 'rocket ship' hit an
asteroid (Atlanta's outside wall) when he was in contention for a top
five finish.
So what actually happened late in the race for him to lose a tire?
"In the middle part of the race we were running second to Martin
and thought we had a flat tire," recalled Earnhardt, who was very sore
following the accident. "We didn't have a flat, but the wheel had
worked its way loose and it had fouled up either the threads on the
studs or the hub itself.


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2006 Pole Winner
Brian Vickers 196.235 mph
2006 Race Winner
Tony Stewart 134.891 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Terry Labonte 192.137 mph
(2000)
Track Race Record
Carl Edwards 151.055 mph
(2005)


Turn 3
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"Every time we would put the left rear tire back on, in 30 to 40
laps it would work its way loose again."
So why take the chance with a loose wheel?
"It has been loose all day long and it had not
ci ome off yet," said Earnhardt. We were sitting
there running pretty good when Denny had his
deld on the front straightaway.
"'I thought it should be fine, but it was
Acting weird under that final caution so I
had a couple of guys behind me look at it
and they said it looked fine."
But Earnhardt took full responsi-
ability for the accident and the finish.
"I was a little disappointed in
myself for being ignorant enough to
think it would stay," admitted
S Earnhardt. "They tell you when you're a
rookie when you come into this sport, if
you have a vibration or have a problem, -
come into the pits immediately.
"I should have done that, but I was bullheaded and I was frustrat- -
ed."
Even though Eamhardt has had his moments this season, he is
enjoying Christmas a little earlier than planned as he is testing with
the team he will drive for next season already.
"The car drives about the same, but you feel like the steering is
smoother," said Earnhardt about his new ride. "I think the theory and
the method that Hendrick takes in putting their geometry together and
putting this front suspension together makes the car steer smoother.
"That's the way the No. 5 car felt at Texas. It was quite a bit dif-
ferent than my car at Texas. It's a little bit the same here."


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UNITED WAY PROFILES


WEEKEND SPORTS


Submitted photo
Employees of the Washington County News and Holmes County Times-Ad-
vertiser contributed $2,500 to the United Way campaign. Publisher Nicole
Barefield presents the check to Washington County Campaign Chairman
Darrin Wall. They are joined by Production Supervisor Cameron Everett, Staff
Writer Mary Paramore, Classified Sales Supervisor Zola Anderson, Kim Stoyak
of Creative Services, Pam Jackson, Senior Sales Executive, Regional United
Way Representative Tommy McDonald, Jr., Washington County Chamber of
Commerce Executive Director Ted Everett and Managing Editor Jay Felsberg.
There's still time to contribute to the Washington County United Way. For
information, call Wall at 415-4201 or McDonald at 850-832-2919.


est and oldest players.
Chipley's undefeated
Pee Wee team battled Dale
County's team, also unde-
feated, for top seed in the
play-offs to be held Nov. 3
in Geneva. The teams were
well-matched, with plenty
of action but no scores on
the board until the fourth
quarter.
Chipley scored a touch
down and was successful in


their quest for a two-point
conversion, bringing the
score to 8-0. Dale County
moved to put points on the
board, but Chipley inter-


cepted and kept the ball until
the game's.end.
The Chipley Pee Wee's
game in the Geneva play-
offs begins at 2 p.m.


S YEARS AGO, 2002
A 71-year-old Escambia County
woman was Florida's 12th case of
West Nile virus encephalitis.
Ten-year-old Kara Miner of
Chipley donated 12-14 inches
of her hair to the Wigs for Kids
foundation.
A reception honored Mary
Enfinger, director of Washington
County Council on Aging, for her
30 years of service to the facility.
Dr. Patrick Malone, a member
of Guardian ad Litem, was recog-
nized for his service.
Chipley Junior Woman's Club
placed engraved bricks they had
sold as a fund-raiser, around the
flag pole on the Chipley High
School campus.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
An eight-foot high Yellow
Jacket nest was discovered in an
abandoned trailer in Vernon. Ros-
coe Collins said it covered four feet
across the bottom, running over
and behind some stored items.
Bill Peacock was honored with
a past president's plaque at a meet-
ing of Chipley Kiwanis Club. Patsy
Justice, first woman president of
Chipley Kiwanis, presented the
award.
Dr. Ben Krazy (Duane Reichert,
rodeo clown) was featured in a skit
at the Northwest Florida Champi-
onship Rodeo in Bonifay.
A chapter of Ducks Unlimited
(DU) was formed in Chipley. It was
part of a 60-year-old organization
dedicated to the conservation of
ducks and other birds by preserving
wetland habitats.
20 YEARS AGO, 1987
Nell Roberts presented a schol-
arship from Chipley Woman's Club
to a Chipley High School graduate,
Deirdre Murray.
Regina Conner was president
of the Vernon Elementary School
student council.
Vernon's Don Brown, 19, was
playing right field and center field
for the Tampa Reds, a farm league
baseball team.
A new wing of Washington
County Convalescent Center was
dedicated Oct. 8,1987.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Attorney Russell Cole was in-
stalled as president of Chipley Ki-
wanis Club. His father came from
Orlando for the installation.
Candidates for Vernon home-
coming queen were Dixie Pettis,
Debbie Levens, Jo-Ann Kirk and
Bridgette Smith.
West Florida Electric received
the final check from the Federal
DisasterAssistance Administration
for damages incurred during Hur-
ricane Eloie two years earlier.
Andrew Suggs of Chipley grew
a nine-and-a-quarter-pound sweet
potato.
45 YEARS AGO, 1962
Twenty-three girls, ages 14-17,
worked as candy stripers at Wash-
ington County Hospital in Chipley.
Janice Hays was president.
Deputy Sheriff Pat E. White re-
turned from Tallahassee Memorial
Hospital where he had been taken
for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Donn
and Mr. and Mrs. E.N. Watford
of Panama City were weekend
house guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.A.
Prescott and family.
Amos Williams of California
traveled the greatest distance to
attend the 59th annual Williams
Family reunion.
55 YEARS AGO, 1952
Mr. and Mrs. Valery Martin of
Chipley were guests of Mr. and


Mrs. B.B. Martin and family in
Bonifay.
Mr. and Mrs. James Nance and
daughters, Janice and Jeannie,
spent the weekend with relatives
in Graceville.
Mr. and Mrs. Decatur Johnson
had as special guests her niece,
Mrs. Ester Arnold and little daugh-
ter, Judy, of Barnwell., S.C. Guests
on the weekend were Mr. and Mrs.
C.B. Phillips of Arcadia.
65 YEARS AGO, 1942
George Stanton, who was sta-
tioned in Miami with the U.S.
Navy, spent the week with his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. Stanton.
Mrs. J.T. Neath of New York
City spent some time with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benson,
and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
N.B. Hayes.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Butler had
as guests her sister, Mrs. Burton
Massie of Selma. Ala., the former
Marjorie Parmer.
Attending the Saturday Florida-
Auburn football game in Gaines-
ville were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shoe-
maker and Mrs. Philip Rountree.
YEARS AGO, 1932


Polly Harrell, student at FSCW
in Tallahassee, spent the weekend
with home folks.
A.K. Tomlinson of Orange
Park prospected south of Chipley
and said he liked this section very
much.
John Fleming of Vernon was a
Saturday visitor in Chipley.
Also visiting in Chipley were
Iryan Mack and Olden Byrd. They
stopped at the Banner office look-
ing as fat an fine as always.
100 YEARS AGO, 1907
A.M. Nixon's horse was fright-
ened by woodchoppers and made a
dash through the woods, throwing
little Joe Nixon from the buggy.
The boy was not seriously injured,
according to reports.
Mrs. Eb Standifer's millinery
shop opened in the parlors of the
Collier House. It was up-to-date
in every respect, the newspaper
reported.
Whit Everett of Wausau and
J.H. Haddock of Ebro were Satur-
day visitors in Chipley.
The Baptist Association of West
Florida planned to meet at Piney
Grove Church.


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Stion 287.133(3) Florida against you for the relief will be refunded One Hun-
Statutes, on public entity LOT 2, SUNNY RIDGE demanded in the com- dred Fifty Dollars
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ANNOUNCEMENTS the Owner may require, to 3, PAGE 234, PUBLIC ber, 2007. A Bid Bond payable to
reject any and all bids and RECORDS OF WASHING- City of Chipley, Florida for
1100 Legal Advertising to waive any informality in TON COUNTY, FLORIDA, Linda Cook an amount not less than
1110 Classified Notices bids received. SAID SUBDIVISION BE- five percent (5%) of the
1120nnoPublic events/ ING LOCATED IN SEC- BY: K. McDaniel amount of the bid shall be
1130 Adoptions Attention of bidders is TION 20, TOWNSHIP 3 Deputy Clerk filed with the proposal, the
1140 Happy Ads called to the Licensing NORTH, RANGE 12 As published in the Wash- Bidders Bond being pre-
1150 Personals Law of Florida. All bidders WEST. ington County' News No- pared on the forms speci-
1160- Lost must comply with all appli- vember 3, 10, 17, 24, fled and signed by a
1170- Found cable state, and local laws a/k/a: 506 PIKE POND 2007. Bonding Company author-
concerning licensing, reg- RD., CHIPLEY, FL. 32428 ized to do business in the
istration and regulation of State of Florida.
Contractors doing busi- ANY PERSON CLAIMING
ness in Florida. AN INTEREST IN THE LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT The Contractor shall fur-
1100 SURPLUS FROM THE The following vehicles will nish a performance bond
Attention of the bidders is SALE, IF ANY, OTHER be sold at public auction in an amount at least
particularly called to the THAN THE PROPERTY at Nichols Auto Repair equal to 100% of the con-
ADVERTISEMENT FOR requirements as, to condi- OWNER AS OF THE and Towing at 1146 Jack- tract price as security for
BIDS tions of employment to be DATE OF THE LIS PEND- son Ave., Chipley. FL., at the faithful performance of
WASHINGTON COUNTY observed and minimum ENS MUST FILE A CLAIM 8:A.M. on the following this contract and also a
COMMISSION wage rates to be paid un- WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER dates: payment bond in amount
der the Contract, Section THE SALE. 11/15/2007 not less than 100% of the
FALLING WATERS 3 Segregated Facilities, 98 Black Nissian 4DR "contract price or in a pe-
BIKEPATH Section 109, Executive Or- ENTERED at WASHING- V I N # nal sum not less than that
der 11246, and all applica- TON County, Florida, this 1N4DLO1DOWC228281 prescribed by State, terri-
NOTICE TO RECEIVE ble laws and regulations 19 day of October, 2007. 11/27/2007 trial or local law, as se-
SEALED BIDS of the Federal Govern- 98 Black Ford Taraus 4DR curity for the payment of
ment and State of Florida. Linda Hayes Cook V I N # all persons performing la-
The WASHINGTON As Clerk, Circuit Court 1 FAFP52U3WA234242 bor on the project under
COUNTY BOARD OF Washington County is an WASHINGTON, Florida 12/12/2007 this contract andt furnish-
COUNTY COMMISSION- Equal Opportunity Em- By: K McDaniel 01 Silver Kawk MC VIN# ing materials in connec-
ERS will receive sealed ployer and encourages As Deputy Clerk JKAZX4P157A015410 tion with this contract. The
bids from any qualified minority and women As published in the Wash- performance bond and
person, company or cor- owned businesses to par- SPEAR & HOFFMAN RA. ington County News No- the payment bond may be
portion interested in con- ticipate in this project as Dadeland Executive Cen- vember 3, 7, 2007. in one or in separate in-
structing the following prime or sub-contractor. ter struments in accordance
project: 9700 South Dixie Highway with local law but shall in
Bids will be received until Suite 610 all cases be prepared on
FALLING WATERS 3:00 RM. Central Time, on Miami, Florida 33156 Section 00020 the forms specified and
BIKEPATH November 21, e007 at the Telephone: (305)670-2299 signed by a Bonding
Washington County Cornm- As published in the Wash- ADVERTISEMENT FOR Company authorized to
Plans' and specifications mission Office at 1331 ington County News Octo- BIDS do business in the State of
can be obtained at: South Blvd. Chipley, Fl, ber 27, November 3, Florida.
32428 and will be opened 2007. City of Chipley, Florida
Washington County Ad- and read aloud at the OWNER No plans or bidding docu-
ministrative Office, 1331 Washington County Cornm- ments will be issued after
South Blvd. Chipley, FL mission Office at 3:05 Separate sealed bids for the pre-bid conference.
32428. p.m. on November 21, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the Historic Rehabilitation
2007 The Board reserves OF THE CIRCUIT COURT and Renovation of the Old No bidder may withdraw
There will be a mandatory the right to reject any and FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL Chipley Town Hall and his bid within thirty-five
pre-bid meeting on No- all bids. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR construction relative to ac- (35) days after the actual
vember 14, 2007 at 3:00C WASHINGN C OTY cessibility issues will be date of the opening
p.m. at 1331 South Blvd. Cost for Plans and Specifi- WASHINGTONA COUNTY' received by the Chipley thereof.
Clhipley, Fl 32428. cations will be $150.00 per FLORIDA City Council, Washington
set and is non-refundable. CASE NO. 2007-174 County, Florida in the The award of this contract
Completion date for this Checks should be made Council Room of City Hall is subject to Chapter 112,
project will be 150 days payable to Preble-Rish, TURNER LAND ENTER- in Chipley, Florida until Florida Statutes, which re-
from the date of the Notice Inc. PRISES, LLC a 2:0 p.m. local time on quires any bidder to de-
to Proceed presented to As published in the Wash- Florida limited liability November 27, 2007 and clare any and all conflicts
the successful bidder. ington County News No- company, then publicly opened and of interest.
Washington Cournty re- vember 3,10, 2007. company, read aloud.
serves the right to select Plaintiff All bids must be in sealed
one bidder for all projects Plaintiff, A mandatory pre-bid con- envelopes reflecting on
or individual bidders for vs. ference is scheduled for the outside thereof
separate road improve- KARL HEINZ BONIG, 2:00 p.m. local time on "Historic Rehabilitation
ment projects. The con- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT RLHEINZ BONIG, November 13, 2007. The and Renovation of the Old
tract timeframe will be ne- OF THE 14TH JUDICIAL Defendant. conference will be held in Town Hall, City of Chipley,
gotiated by Washington CIRCUIT IN AND FOR the Council Room at City Florida" to be opened at
County and any individual WASHINGTON COUNTY, NOTICE OF ACTION Hall. You must attend this 2:00 p.m. o'clock local
contractor that is awarded FLORIDA- pre-bid conference to be time on November 27,
an individual road im- allowed to submit a bid. 2007". The City Council
provement project. Liqui- NOTICE OF SALE TO: KARL HEINZ BONIG will consider all bids prop-
dated damages for failure and UNKNOWN HEIRS The Bids permitted above erly submitted at its
to complete the project on CASE NO. 67-07-CA-315 OF KARL HEINZ BONIG shall be made only by fill- scheduled Bid Opening in
the specified date will be YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a ing in the blanks provided the Council Room at City
set at $500.00 per day. CHASE HOME FINANCE Complaint to Quiet Title in the proposal. Any bid Hall, 1442 Jackson Ave-
LLC, successor by merger for the following property: qualified by writing in any nue, Chipley, Florida,
Please indicate on the en- to CHASE MANHATAN other way than specifically 32428. Add Florida Grant
velope that this is a sealed MORTGAGE CORPORA- Lot 11, Block 408 of stated above will not be # SC708 to outside of en-
bid, the project name, and TION, Sunny Hills Unit 6, ac- considered. velope.
what the bid is for. Plaintiff, cording to the Plat thereof
vs. as recorded in Plat Book The Contractor shall per- There is no obligation on
Along with the bid, con- VICKY ADAMS a/k/a 2, Page(s) 60 through 76, form a minimum of 50 per- the part of the County to
tractors are to submit a VICKY B. ADAMS, et al., of the Public Records of cent of work by his own award the bid to the low-
bid bond amounting to 5 Defendant(s)., Washington County, Flor- work forces unless specifi- est bidder, and the County
percent of base bid. Be- ida. cally authorized by the reserves the right to award
fore finalizing a contract, NOTICE IS HEREBY Owner and Engineer and the bid to the bidder sub-
contractors are to furnish GIVEN pursuant to an Or- has been filed against you no Subcontractor shall be mitting a responsive bid
performance, labor and der or Final Judgment and others, and you are allowed to perform work with a resulting negotiated
material bonds amounting Scheduling Foreclosure required to serve a copy on the project unless they agreement which is most
to 100 percent of contract Sale entered on October of your written defenses, if are acceptable to. the advantageous and in the
sum. An authorized agent 19, 2007 in this case now any, to it on MARY W. Owner and Engineer. best interest of Washing-
who is a resident in Flor- pending in said Court, the COL6N, ESQUIRE, ton County, and to waive
ida, who is qualified for style of which is indicated SMITH, THOMPSON, The information for bid- any irregularity or techni-
the execution of such in- above. SHAW & MANAUSA, RA., ders, Form of Bid, Form of cality in bids received.
struments, shall counter- Plaintiff's attorneys, 3520 Contract, Plans, Specifica- Washington County shall
sign these bonds and the I will sell to the highest Thomasville Road, 4th tions, and Forms of Bid be the sole judge of the
bond shpil have attached and best bidder for cash Floor, Tallahassee, Florida Bond, Performance and bid and the resulting ne-
thereto Power of Attorney in the WASHINGTON 32309-3469, no more than Payment Bonds, and gotiating agreement that
of the signing official. COUNTY COURTHOUSE, thirty (30) days from the other contract documents is in its best interest and
1293 JACKSON AVENUE, first publication date of may be examined at the its decision shall be final.
Bids, accompanied by the CHIPLEY, FLORIDA 32428 this notice of action, and following: Polyengineer-
Public Entity Crime State- at 11:00 a.m., on the 4 file the original with the ing, Inc. of Florida, located Any bidder failing to mark
meant and Bid Bond, mist day of December, 2007, Clerk of this Court either at 1935 Headland Avenue, outside of envelope as set
be submitted upon the the following described before service on Plaintiff's Dothan, Alabama 36303. forth herein may not be
standard forms furnished property as set forth In attorneys or immediately Copies may be obtained entitled to have their bid
by Preble-Rish, Inc. The said Order or Final Judg- thereafter; otherwise, a from Polyengineering. considered.
Inc., 1935 Headland Ave-
nue, Dothan, Alabama, All bids should be ad-
36303, upon payment of dressed as follows:
One Hundred Fifty Dollars ATTN: Dan Miner, Assis-
($150.00) for each set. tant City Administrator
Chipley City Hall
Any unsuccessful bidder 1442 Jackson Avenue
or any non-bidder upon Chipley, Florida 32428
returning such set in good
condition within ten (10) Dan Miner


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Tax Service. Open 5 days washing, lawn care, patio For Rent first in Chipley,
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call & window re-screening. Mini Warehouses. If you
(850)638-1483 great rates. (850)638-4492 don't have the room, "We
J&J Cabinet Shop. For all Do" Lamar Townsend
Sour kitchen cabinets and (850)638-4539, north of
House repair needs. Call Townsends.
James S. Howell (850)
535-2839; 260-1619
Headliners and Vinyl Mini Storage in Chipley.
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the All sizes for rent. We fur-
work at' your home or nish the lock,
rates on new vinyl topsSd dor inta
and auto carpeting. Freedelivered or installed.
estimates. Call anytime, Centipede and 419 Bar-
leave message. (850) muda. West Florida Turf
638-7351 (850)638-4860;
638-7351 (850415-0385. Established SEICE
1980
SSod Sod Sod Quality you
EDE CARE ~can depend on. Irrigated,
weed & pest controlled. Sewing Machine and
Centipede and St. Augus- Vacuum Cleaner Repair,
Caregiver needed tine. Delivery and installa- guaranteed service on all
tion available. 8 miles SW makes and models. Free
Live in help needed for of Chipley for easy cus- estimates. Western Auto,
elderly lady in Westville tomer hauling. Call any- 216 N. Waukesha, Boni-
area. pt/ft start immedi- time. Billyand Leola Brock fay. 547-3910.
ately. 850-251-5542. (850) 638-1202; 326-1500


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Assistant City Administra- 83.801-83.809 "Self stor- For Sale- Yard Sale- 3226 Hwy 77,
tor age Facility Act". LUMBER-LUMBER-LUM- 1 mile North of Wausau.
CITY COUNCIL The goods and chattels BER 850-638-8722 OR Plus-size & children
CITY OF CHIPLEY belonging to the following 850-260-2858. clothes. Everything from
WASHINGTON COUNTY, individual will be sold for A-Z.
FLORIDA cash to satisfy the storage Yard Sale- 717 E. Ne-
Tommy McDonald, Mayor bill owed to A Safe Stor- Yard Sale- 717 E. Ne-
As published in the Wash- age. 3220 braska Ave., Bonifay.
ington County News No- 8a.m.-until.
vember 3,10,17, 2007. Brian Mclntyre 584 Martin B&B Furniture 1342
vemberLuther KBrian McIntyre 584 Martig Dr. Chipey, North RR Avenue, Chip- Yard Sale- 896 Hwy 277,
Lut her Ki32428ng Dr. Chipleyley. We pay cash for across from Lane's.
NOTICE OF FILING OF Donna Perez PO.Box 21 clean, quality furniture. Multi-family. Some furni-
NOTICE OF FILINGOFLive Oak, FL. 32060 850-557-0211 or ture, holiday, housewares,
APPLICATIONWilliamPitts 4118 Wayne 850-415-6866. Ask for books, clothes. 8AM-1PM,
This is to inform the public Ave. Fort Pierce, FL. Pasco or Carolyn Saturday Nov. 3rd.
that under 12 C.FR. Sec- 34982 Furniture & Mattresses Yard Sale- 8A.M.-Noon.
tion 552.2-1 of the Rules Cathy McCullough 2648 Low, low, low overhead 829 Frasier Circle, off Or-
and Regulations of the Of- Sasnett Lane Westville, guarantees low, low, low ange Hill Rd. Refrigerator,
fice of Thrift Supervision FL. 32464 prices. P&S Discount Fur- freezer, kitchen misc, king
(OTS), ONE SOUTH niture, Chipley. (Since mattress, clothes, books,
BANK (proposed) will file Furniture and miscellane- 1973) 850638-4311 plants.
on or about November 7 ous Items:
2007, an application with Yard Sale- Handyman's
the OTS and Federal De- Contents maybe re- .I ii heaven. Yard tools,
osit Insurance Cora- deemed by owner prior to 3230 antiques, furniture, lamps,
tion (FDC), for permission sale. A Safe Storage re- collectibles & good junkie
to organize a Federal serves the right to cancel 5 Family Yard Sale- Sat., November 3rd, Sat.,
ings Bank to be known as sales without notice and Nov. 3rd, 6:30-1:00 p.m. 7:00-till. 1012 Carlisle Rd.
ONE SOUTH BANK to bewn to refuse any bids offered. Home decor, crib, chang- Look for signs at Hwy 77
located in the immediate This sale is scheduled for ing table, baby items, & Brickyard Rd.
vicinity of 1414 Highway November 10, 2007 at misc. Main St., Chipley,
vicinity of 1414 Highway8:00 A.M., at A Safe Stor- across from Regions Yard Sale- Saturday be-
32428. The ba Florida age, 1333 Main St., Chip- Bank, side Chavers-Brock Furni-
izs ae bnk organ- ley, Florida 32428. ture. King mattresses,
izers are Kim Davis Wil- As published in the Wash- 5 Family yard sale, Friday large desk, sofas, chairs,
son, Felix Colquitt Wig- ton County News Octo- and Saturday, November upright freezer, ladies
gins, Jr., Andrew S. ington County News Octo 2nd & 3rd. 1 mile south of clothes, toys, Christmas
Fleener, Dr. Gabriel E. ber 27, November 3, Bethlehem school on items.
Berry, Gary F. Clark, D. 2007. Hwy. 177.
Ronald Davis, Jenee Yard Sale- Saturday, No-
Trawick Floyd,'and Alfred 10 Mile Yard Sale- No- vember 3rd., 8a.m.-4p.m.
D. Guettler. The Chipley Redevelop- vember 3rd. From Hwy 79 630 3rd St. (behind Chip-
ment Agency Solicitation (at New Hope, south of laey Post Office). Rain or
Anyone may submit writ-- for Bid Vernon), on Hwy 284 or shine.
ten comments in connec- Shell Landing Rd. To
tion with this application The Chipley Redevelop- Hinson Cross- roads. Yard Sale: 742 Scenic Hill
Circle, Saturday, Novem-
witlin 30 calendar days of ment Agency is currently Garage Sale, Friday and ber 3rd. 7a.m. until.
the publication of this no- accept bid proposals to Saturday, 7-until. 1134 Iola
twice. The comment must replace two sections of Dr. Chipley, Orange Hill Yard Sale: Friday, Satur-
be sent simultaneously to roof at the T.J. Rouhlac Hwy. around Kays Corner. day, November 2nd & 3rd.
the Regional Director, Of- Enrichment Center. Speci- Woman's clothes, 2x-3x, at Blesses Trinity Catholic
fice of Thrift Supervision, fications may be obtained baby clothes, jackets, Church, 2331 Hwy. 177-A
Southeast Regional Office, from Chris MacBlain, CRA, much more. Come see. Bonifay
1475 Peachtree Street, 685 7th Street, Chipley, FL
N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 32428,850.638.4157. Bids Huge Garage Sale. Satur-
30309, or to the Regional will be accepted until No- day, 7:00-2:00 furniture, fi a J
Director of the Federal De- vember 12, 2007 at Noon. trampoline ($125.00) 33
posit Insurance Corpora- The CRA reserves the kitchen items, linens,
tion, Millennium in Mid- right to reject any and all clothing, and much more. Bales of hay for sale.
town, #10 Tenth Street, bids Downtown North Railroad $5/per bale. 535-2264
N.E., Suite 800, Atlanta, Avenue. 415-1772 Metal Detector Bounty
Georgia 30909-3906, and The CRA complies with-Metal Detector Bounty
to the attention of Kim Da- the Americans with Disa- Hugh Yard Sale: corner Hunter Pioneer 202 (same
vis Wilson, Spokesperson abilities Act. Any person re- of Iowa and Varner, 2 as Quickdraw II) excellent
of One South Bank to its quiring assistance is blocks East of Baptist condition, barely used,
present address of 777 asked to contact Chris church, November 2nd, $65. 844-2993 Bonifay
Main Street, Bldg. G, Suite MacBlain at 850.638.4157. Friday, November 3rd, Moving Sale; couple
2, Chipley, Florida 32428. As published in the Wash- Saturday, 8-1. Few an- Movthings fromThaland. Call
Written comments in op- ington County News Octo- tiques. things from Thailand. Call
position to the application ber 31, 2007. Mulity Family Yard Sale-
should address the regu- 5334 Hwy 77, Chipley, be-
latory basis for denial of tween Sunny Hills &
such application, and be Greenhead. Sat., 8a.m to 3320
supported by the infor- 0 wheneverything'sgone.
mation specified'in 12 1110 when everything's tgonys, Leola Brock Nurseries
CF.R. Section 516 120(a). COLOR SELLS! movies, tools, cargo trail- LC Plants, trees and
You may request a meet- COLOR SeLLS rs household shrubs. Landscape de-
ing on such application by Get Your Classified ers, dishes, households rub landscape ontract-
Ad In items. Everything must sign, landscape contract-
including a written request Ad In go. ing, irrigation systems.
for a meeting to OTS or COLOR. go. 1788 White Road, Bonifay,
FDIC. Your request should Call now for details No longer together yard FL 32425 (Washington
describe the nature of the and be noticed! sale. Ladies gone. I'm sell- County) (850)638-1202;
issues or facts to be dis- 638-0212 ing ladies stuff. November 326-1500
cussed and the reasons or 3rd, 8-1, 2192 Happy Hol-
why written submissions 547-9414 low Rd. drive slowly, drive- .
are insufficient to ade- way is terraced.
quately address the facts Sat., Nov. 3. 7:30am.
or issues. OTS or FDIC Sat., Nov. 3. 7:30am.
will grant a meeting re- 1372 Westbourne, Ave.,
quest only when it finds I 1120 Chipley. (Northside Kate
that written submissions Smith playground).
are insufficient to address CHS Class of Household, baby items,
the facts or issues raised, 1967 clothes, furniture, lots of
or otherwise determines misc. EMPtIYMgT
that .a meeting will benefit CHS class of '67 is plann- Saturday November 3rd. 4100 Help Wanted
its decision making proc- ing a 40 year reunion on Corner Evans & Okla- 4130 Employment
ess. November 9 and 10. homa Bonifay. Antiques, Information
The non-confidential por- Please call Denny Wood misc. Restaurant
The non-f thconappiential por- (638-0595) or Edward cooler/sandwich bar, Hot
tons of the applicaon are Prescott (638-7595) for Point Refrigerator, excel- 41OO ---
on file at the OTS and additional information lent condition, $225.
FDIC locations above and 478-397-0350/478-397-51 Avon Representa-
are available for public 70. tives needed in Boni-
viewing during regular gES01-----fa Chi
business hours. If you Semi-Annual 9 mile Com- Graceville,y, Wausau,
have any questions con- | 1150 munity yard sale, Satur- Graceville, Wausau,
cerning these procedures, day, November 3rd, 7a.m. Vernon, Caryville,
contact the OTS Regional Young Male doctor until. 8 miles north of Ponce de Leon. Ask
Office at 404.888.0771 or looking for female Westville, 5 miles South of about mini-kit.
the FDIC Regional Office companion 18-28 for New Hope on Hwy. 179-A. 8 5 0 5 4 7 1 6 4 0.
'at 877.275.3342. travel and good times. Hundreds of items. Dwayne Atkins ISR
As published in the Looking for someone
Washington County News different, not something
November 3, 7, 2007. different. Please send
photo & info to
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S3110 -Appliances
E! 3120 Arts & Crafts
3130- Auctions
U 3140 Baby Items
3150- Building Supplies
3160 Business
Equipment
3170- Collectibles
3180- Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3210- Free Pass It On
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)




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Care Giver sho- Professional Executive Office Space 1BR/1BA House. 2218 Home for Rent- Chipley,2B/1
for rent downtown Chip- Douglas Ferry Rd. $300 2BR/1BA house. $550/mo, neR/iBA Sunny Hills, New front kitchen model.
After school care Interested in preparing ley. 638-1918 deposit, $400 a month. $300/dep. Water, sewage near lake, wood patio, ex- 14x6o, 2/1. Home has ply-
i needed, Bethlehem dis- General taxes for Jackson Hewitt? For Rent- Commercial of- 850-326-1212. garets 850-814-included.2625 washer/dryer, Pergo w/icemaker. Last 2007 left.
trict, must drive, refer- We now offer an Online fice space near downtown 3BR/1BA, 1600 SF 2 mi- ets. 850-814-2625. floors. $110,000. Call 850-763-7780.
ences, background check The City of Chipley is Course. Call us for details! Chipley. Approx les North of Chipley on Nice clean Houses, (8 4 7 ) 7 0 8 1 3 5 8 ;
Drivers and drug screening will be accepting applications (850) 638-4251. 100Sq.Ft. Call HWY 273 on 10 acres. Apartments, Mobile (850)260-1814
performed Only long term for a Collection Sys- 850-638-1959. $700 a month, $700 de- homes for rent-.....
DRIVERS WANTED: need apply. 547-5919. tern Crewman Mini- Trades Office for rent in Bonifay posit. Pet 4BR/2bath brick home for By Owner 2 acres plus,
Tn-County Community ________amum Requirements: city limits 1056 SF, friendly.850-260-5701. sale 850-5475085 or 3BR/2bath, 2,400 Square
Council, Inc., is accept- Exerience in mainte- Rooers shinl laers i s 850-547-2531 feet, Large home, barn.
uing applications for the Construction/Trades Experience in mainte- Roofers, shingle layers handicap accessible, 3BR/2BA 1200 SF,+-. 225,000. and 2 plus
to t nance of wastewater Lots of work, good pay. paved parking lot. Gor- CH/A, paved road, bynewacres nced pe
Washington County collection systems. Chipley area. Must be 18. paved parking lot. Gor- CH/A, paved road, by new acres fenced property.
Transportation Pro- Regional Roofing High school diploma or Call (850)638-8428 geous building inside & Vernon school. Privacy 547-2408
gram. Great Benefit equivalent Job de- out. 768-0320 fence back yard, beautiful 6170 AUTOMOTIVE MARINE
QUREMENTS: is looknt frato wi scription available T efupon lot, indoor laundry. $645 a 3 Bedroom, 2 bath mobile By owner 747 Gilbert RECAUT O M INEAL
REQUIREMENTS: isloo r lingf avaiice Space fobente 3 u
Must be 23 years of age positions: request Mailor hand Trades Orivate offices, fOr2nd Rent-flo3 month. 850-248-2059. homes for rent. leave a Drive, Chipley. 8100 Antique & Collectibles
and have an Operators Roofing Foreman and/or resume to City Want An Opportunity AC/carpeted. Dunn Build- For Rent- Like New message. 547-3650 3BR/1.BA. Newly Re- 8110 ars
Driver's License with at Sheet Metal Foreman Clerk, City of Chipley, with a growing company? ing. $350 plus tax. 2BR/2BA. South of Chip- 2002, 2BR/lbath on 1 modeled. (w) 718-2268; 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
least 5 years driving ex- Built Up Roofers P.O. Box 1007, Chipley, Want to work hard and be 850-579-2821. ley. No pets, smoke free. acre, washer, dryer in- (h)547-2937 8130 Trucks
perience without viola- Single Ply Roofers RO. Box 1007, Chipley rewarded for it? Reed $ 5 0 0 / month eludedd, $420. month or--sme4cian
tons. Must agree to an- We offer superior pay for Florida 32428. Dead- rewarded for it? Reed $ 5 0 0 / m o n t h cluded, $420. month or saleObyo r8140-Vans
tons. Must agree to an- We offer superior pay forline: Open until filled Concrete and Construc- 850-685-2353. sale for $17,600. located House for sale by owner. 810 Motorcyces
nual physical and back- superior performance. EOE/Drug Free tion, Inc., in Bonifay would off 179. 547-4587, 5 acres, fenced, 3 bed- 8170 Auto Parts
ground screening. great mgmt., great pay, Workplac like to talk with you. 6110 Publisher's 373-8408 rooms, 2 full bathrooms, & Accessories
DUTIES: Transport great benefits. plz call Workplace. 850-547-5767 2BR/2BA. New carpet, re- Notice 2BR Singlewide. Water & large sunroom, totally 8210 Boats
riders to a 850-913-9293 to set up a Healthcare frigerator & stove. Chipley. garbage furnished. All electric, appliances, plus 8220 Personal Watercraft
pre-determined sched- phone interview. $525, S/D $250. No HUD. All real estate advertising in electric. Front & back in-ground sw immingasher, 20x40x10 8230- Sailboat & Marines
ule. Use two-way radio. wwwiolvroofincm immediate Opening No pets. 850-638-3306. this newspaper is subject to orch. Call850-638-1911, 40x60 barn, 12x24 Supplies
wheelchairs (will tra in); Licensed Physical The- For rent makes it illegal to advertise850326-2201Call 8320 AT/ Road Vehicles
be a team player as- Drivers a Assistant (PTA) start Sleepy Hollow "any preference, limitation or 850-326-2201.$200000 Call 8320 AI0R Viles
sitting other drivers ing salary $47,840. Com- Apartments discrimination based on 3BR/2BA Doublewide for 850-638-4861. 8340- Motorhomes
when needed; enjoy Drivers: HOME DAILY! itivea salary anesud bento e- 2BR/1BA, water, garbage race, color, religion, sex, rent. CH/A, 1 mile south of
working with elderly, Top pay and benefits! 850-41t s- 967 & lawn care included hnationalortamilginor an inten Bonifay on Springhill Rd.
disabled and other Pd. Holidays/Time 850-4151967 HUD not accepted. tion, to make any such pref- $500 a month, $500
riders. Off+Perksl S/T & L TATE 638-7128 erence, limitation or dis- deposit. 850-373-8922.
Applications may be Disability. CDL-A w/X, Management TE R Graceland Manor Apa crimination" Familial status 7150 8110
obtained at any of the 2 5 Y 0 A6 00 PT/FTBu Sae0Gracesan Manor Apart- includes children under the For Rent 2 bedroom mo-
Tri-County Comunity 866-FLA-ROCK PT/FT Sales- Hibbett comBsiness ments. Rental assistance age of 18 living with parents bile home in a quiet park Land for Lease app. 110 2005 Chevy Aveo, 4 cylin-
Council Inc., offices and Sports is opening soon 6110-Apartments on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. or legal custodians, preg- in Ponce de Leon. acres grazing or hay pro- der, auto, a/c, spoiler,
submitted by. Tuesday, in Chipley. Send re- 6120 Beach Rentals Handicapped and nant women and people s- 850-535-2680 or duction only. 30 acres alloys, more. Clear Title,
sumes "ATTN DM" to: 6130 Condo/Townhouse non-handicapped accessi- curng custody of children 850-849-5068 Russell bur. 80 acres ba- 40,000 miles, 34 mpg.,
November 13 at 4:30 Education 411 Mary Esther 6140 House Rentals ble apartments. 850 under 18. hia. 850-547-3709 $9,000. 850-547-2986
pcm.Forinfr matind ICutt-Off NW, Unit C, Ft. 6150 Roommate Wanted -263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. This newspaper will not Homes, 2BR/2BA Outside leave message.
call Sharon Kent, Ad- Help Wanted Pre-school Walton Beach, FL. 6160 Rooms for Rent 5445 Brown Street, knowingly accept any adver- $4 mMP Enterrises Land
ministrative Manager, teacher for 2 year old 32548 or e-mail to 6170- Mobile Home/Lot Graceville, FL. Equal tising for real estate which is Chipley. $400amonth+ MP Enterprises Land
(850) 547-3689. class at Meme and Pa's. Lee.Gordon@hibbettcom 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals housing authority In violation of the law. Our deposit. No pets. Sale and Finance. 5 acres For Sale, 97 Cadillac Dev-
Successful applicant Must have experience Hibbett Sport 61900- Timeshare Rentals readers are hereby informed 850-547-4232. or more for houses only, ille, clean and dependa-
will be subject to Call 850-547-1444 conducts dru tes 6200 Vacation Rentals that all dwellings advertised wooded & pasture. 3 mi- ble. $6000. Call
pre-employment drug conducts drug testing. In this newspaper are availa- For Rent- 3BR/2BA, les South .of Chipley. 850-260-5375
test. www.hbbett.com. ble on a equal opportunity smoke-free doublewide. Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Only qualified appli- General Other 6140 basis. To complain of dis- Close to school, CH/A, Houston Rd., Beadle Rd.,
cants will be consid- Ge6100 1 Bedroom house and 2 cimination call HUDtoll-free front & rear porch. Very Duncan Community Rd., _
ered. Pbi Records R bedroom mobile home, at 1-800- 669- 9777. The nice. $600. Vernon. Buddy Rd., (4) five acres
Public Records Re- Mystery Shoppers, get tollfree number for the hear-
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY porter- Chipley, Boni- paid to shop! Retail/dinin Executive Office Bonifay area. Deposit re- ing impaired is 535-9672. (8) ten acres (5) eight ac- 8120
EMPLOYER AND fay Marianna. 1 establishments need un- space for lease on quired, No pets 547-5007 1-800-927-9275. Mobile Homes for rent in res. Owner financing or
DRUG AND SMOKE day/every 2 weeks.Re- derercover clients t judge BrickyardRd.Great 1BR/1BA cottage No Cottondale on Sapp Road cash. Low down payment, 1985 Chevy S10 Blazer,
FREE WORKPLACE. ply: PO.Box 1904. quality customer service, location across from pets. Smoke free environ- 8 miles east of Chipley. low monthly payments. 4x4 runs, but needs tune
Crestview, Fl. 32436. Earn up to $150. a day. Chipley High School. ment. Clean. Near rS 3BR/2BA and 2BBR/2A Call Milton Peel for infor- up. $600.00 OBO.
850-689-1177. Call (888)-523-1013. 638-7700 Graceville. 850-263-2748 0F!N available. Totaj electric, nation 850-638-1858 850-548-5555 if not home
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SNice 3BR/2BA Dou- 100x300, $28,900. Possi- 2002 Jeep Liberty sports,
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