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Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties

Project Robo
After entering more than
150 exhibits into the North
Florida Fair, members of
Project Robo Challenge 4-H
Club were excited to travel
to the fairgrounds in Tal-
lahassee to see how their
exhibits did.
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10 finishes in the 36 races
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enough to counter the
10 wins posted by Jimmie

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Construction is underway at the Lewis Bear site in Ebro.

Changes coming to Ebro

Lewis Bear Co.'s
move a boon for
community's future
Florida Freedom Newswire
He's lived and worked in
this tiny Washington County
comnununity for 41 years, and it
didn't take Ebro Greyhound Park
President Stocky Hess long to list
the number of businesses that
currently call Ebro home.
There's the convenience store,
the small motel, the dog track,
of course, a restaurant, and then
Hess paused to think of what he
might have missed.
"And there's more churches
than all those combined," Hess
There's no Ebro employer
of comparable size to the grey-
hound park, he said, but that's
about to change.
Soon, Lewis Bear Co. will
be added to Ebro's short list of
local businesses, and one local
economic development official
thinks it won't be long before the
rural Washington County hamlet
reaps the economic benefits of
its close proximity to the new
Panama City-Bay County Inter-
national Airport near West Bay.
David Bear, a member of the
family that owns the Pensacola-
based distribution company,
said Lewis Bear broke ground
in August on a 22.5-acre State
79 site just north of Ebro Grey-
hound Park.
Bear said the company even-
tually would close its Panama
City and Defuniak Springs facili-
ties and consolidate them into a
single, 110,000-square-foot Ebro
distribution center, which should
be completed next year.
"We're looking forward to it.
It's a great thing for us," Bear
The two facilities employ
up to 130 people during Lewis
Bear's busiest seasons. Bear said
the company has not determined
how many employees it will have
at the new Ebro site.
Currently, Lewis Bear's Pan-
ama City and DeFuniak Springs'
distribution facilities cover a
service area that ranges from Fort
Walton Beach to the Apalachic-
ola River, Bear said, extending
north to the Alabama state line. It
distributes, among other things,
Anheuser-Busch beer.
Bear said the company needed
more space and emphasized that
Lewis Bear's Panama City build-

Foundation work is underway.

(Ted Everett) said he thought
a lot of businesses had
been waiting to
see if the new
Panama City
airport would be
approved and
built. Once. the
airport is up and
running, Everett
said he expects to see more
development in Ebro. "It
won't be a crossroads much
longer," Everett said.
Ted Everett
Washington County
Chamber of Commerce

ing had no more room left for
expansion. \
The company also picked the
Ebro site because of its proximity.
to State 79 and 20, as well as the
new Panama City-Bay County
International Airport, Bear said.
"We know the territory is go-
ing to grow," Bear said.
The four-laning of State 79,
plus the airport, should mean
more traffic for Ebro businesses,
Hess said.
He said he's heard rumors
about other businesses that were
looking for available land in Ebro
or had contracts on property.
Once it opens its distribution
center, Lewis Bear likely would
supplant the greyhound park as
Ebro's largest employer.
Lewis Bear could be the first
of many businesses to relo-
cate to Ebro and surrounding
communities, said Washington
County Chamber of Commn ce
Executive Director Ted Everett,

Jay Felsberg/WCN

because of the new airport and
improvements made to Hwy. 79.
Everett said Lewis Bear liked the
site's geographic location and
saw that they could move goods
east-west as well as north-south
in a timely manner through the
State 20 and State 79 corridor.
Ebro is about 10 miles north
of the airport's West Bay site, and
Everett said there has been a lot
of people looking to buy land in
the area.
He said he thought a lot of
businesses had been waiting
to see if the new Panama City
airport would be approved and
Once the airport is up and run-
ning, Everett said he expects to
see more development in Ebro.
"It won't be a crossroads much
longer," Everett said.
Of Ebro's 240 residents, some
work at the dog track, some work
offshore on oil rigs and others
work at Sprint Nextel or else-
where in Bay County, said Mayor
Sherri Taylor. Taylor, a lifelong
Ebro resident, noted that there
is an archery shop, Ultimate Ar-
chery, and a RV park in town.
She said a land-use change
recently had been approved for a
new 34,000-squarefoot commer-
cial warehouse on State 20.
School concurrency issues in
Washington County will have as
much impact on Ebro's future
growth as the new airport or
anything else, Taylor said.
For now, though, Taylor said
she and other community mem-
bers hope the Lewis Bear center
creates some additional jobs in
"We're just looking forward to
them being an asset in our com-
munity," Taylor said.

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Kiwanis News
The Youth Choir at Jerusalem Baptist
Church and the RMS Student Council
presented the Thanksgiving program.

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From crops

to trees

Washington County
agriculture is changing

Managing Editor
Agriculture in Washington
County has changed in the past
40 years. County Agent Andy An-
dreasen discussed the change at the
45th annual Farm City Day banquet
Thursday, Nov. 15.
There are 391 farms in Washing-
ton County totalling 53,251 acres.
Those farms brought an income of
$5.5 million last year.
Andreasen noted that farming
in Washington County during the
1960s and '70s largely consisted of
traditional row crops, vegetables,
livestock ( ding a great deal of
swine) and commercial fisheries
(there was a processing plant in the
county at that time).
"The biggest change in agricul-
ture came in the 1980s and '90s
with the Conservation Reserve
Program," Andreasen said. "Huge
amounts of acerage went out of
While that land may have gone
out of production for traditional
crops, it is in production for the next
major crop in the county. There
are 291,900 acres in timber in the
county and much of it is planted
pines, including loblolly, longleaf
and slash.
Of that total, 73,400 acres are
in saw timber, and 132,400 acres
are in seedlings and saplings most
suitable for pulpwood.
Pulpwood has not been profit-
able, Andreasen said. When prices
went from $25 a cord to $5-6 a
cord, St. Joe Co. closed its pulp-
wood mill.
As Andreasen noted, however,
the area timber market has greatly
changed in the past few years. One
example is the expansion of the
Rex Lumber Co. in Graceville.
"The plants is part of North Florida
Lumber owned by the McRaes,"
Andreasen said. The plant is an $11
million investment with 82 jobs, a
figure that is planned to grow to
184 total jobs. As Andreasen noted,
these are pretty good jobs.
"The average salary is $31,179
plus benefits," he said. The state-
of-the art plant uses two shifts and
sends two-thirds of the lumber
produced out of state. Production
continues to increase, Andreasen
said, which should increase the lo-
cal market for timber.
The other development is Green
Circle Bioenergy, Inc, located be-
tween Cottondale and Alford. This
is the pellet plant being built by
Swedish investors on 226 acres.
The 300,000-square-foot, $104 mil-
lion facility is expected to open in
mid-December. The pellets would
be transported by rail to Panama
City and shipped by sea to Europe,
where they are widely used.
Andreasen said estimates are
that the plant would use 1.5 million
tons of timber annually and produce
$65 million in exports. Wages aver-
age $16.28 an hour and the plant
should provide about $7.1 million
in payroll and benefits to the local
"It's a bright future if we look
for it," Andreasen said. "We have
those people in the county."

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Submitted photo
Above and below: The Youth Choir at Chipley's Jerusalem Baptist Church
and the Roulhac Student Council helped present the Thanksgiving program
at the Chipley Kiwanis Club.

Cherryl McCall/City of Chipley
City crews at work
The City of Chipley employees held their Thanksgiving dinner earlier this
week. "All employees brought wonderful dishes, and we feasted while many
of the Public Works employees were repairing a leak on South Boulevard,"
said Councilwoman Cheryl McCall. A 10-inch water main at South Boulevard
Orange Street, in Chipley, burst Wednesday. The leak caused a break in the
pavement, and resulted in closing one lane of South Boulevard. Chipley
City police directed traffic while the Public Works Department repaired the

Young people present Thanksgiving program

The Youth Choir at Chi-
pley's Jerusalem Baptist
Church and the Roulhac Mid-
dle School Student Council
presented the Thanksgiving
program at Tuesday's week-
ly meeting of the Chipley
Kiwanis Club.
; The club's Spiritual Aims
Committee, chaired by the
Rev. Price Wilson, presents
a0 organizes a Thanksgiving
program, an Easter program
and a Christmas program
each year. Tuesday's pro-
gram included three songs,
"Grateful For The Things
You've Done," "Jesus" and
"We NeedAWord From You,
Lord,"sung by the Youth
Choir of the church Wil-
son pastors. He celebrated 30
years as pastor of Jerusalem
Baptist Church in Chipley
this past Sunday. The choir,
lead by director and soloist
Tessa Wedderburn, sang
melodiously and blended
quite nicely.
The Roulhac Middle
School Student Council
was introduced by Council
President Luke Hinson, fol-
lowed by a skit entitled "Be
Thankful In All Things."
The skit was a presen-
tation of a typical news
program at radio station
WRMS that included mostly
bad news from around the
world as reported from "lo-
cal and remote" locations in
the room at Pattillo's Res-
taurant. For example, news
about fires in California,
global warming in Antarc-
tica and the South Pole, Dow
Jones declines, oil price in-

Council President Hin-
son reminded those present
"to always look for things
that you are thankful for.
It's impossible to count all
of your blessings, because
the number is infinite." The
audience seemed to agree.
Roulhac Student Council
sponsors Linda Ellis and
B.J. Alderman were also

and Divorces
The following information
was taken from wedding li-
cense applications issued by
the clerk's office at the Wash-
ington County Courthouse
Oct. 17 to Nov. 16, 2007.
Oct. 19, Kenneth Earl
Riley and Gail Godfrey
Oct. 22, Robert Domi-
nique Deshaun Wilson and
Charity Lynn Bruner.
Oct. 24, Stanley Austin
Galbreath and Lynn Merry
Oct. 24, Ryan Joseph
Raven and Kansas Elise
Oct. 30.Jermaine Lakeith

Washington and Alice Stine
Nov. 1, Kelvin Bernard
Daniels and Nakisha Sha-
londi Merriel.
Nov. 1, Gregory Allen
Skipper and Renae Melanie
Nov. 2, William Joseph
Barefield and Sherry Ann
Nov. 2, Marion Travis
Peavy and Nicole Brianne
Nov. 2, Jason Shoan
Chambliss and Laura Ann
Nov. 5, Winston Terry
Spencer and Angela Lynn
Nov. 6, Jason Claudi-
as Kirkland and Candice
Broxton Smith.
Nov. 9, Samuel Eric Mal-
loy and Christi Kae Ad-

The following informa-
tion was taken from records
at the Washington County
Courthouse of unfinalized,
recorded divorce actions
from Oct. 29 through Nov.
20, 2007.
Oct. 30, Kimberly Renee
Harris vs Dennis Wayne
Oct. 31, Hulen Todd Ray
vs Adrienne Marie Ray.
Nov. 6, Sandra Elaine
Tipton vs Terry Scott Tip-
Nov. 9,Mary Lee Strick-
land vs Clarence Eugene
Nov. 9, Mohammond
Y. Binmahfooz vs Necole
Dawn Binmahfooz.
Nov. 20, Kenneth George
King vs Susan Elizabeth

SuC.n'iiled pr-ji.:,
The Roulhac Middle
School Student Coun-
cil was introduced
by Council President
Luke Hinson.

creases and the %\ar in Iraq.
Recognizing that onl\
bad ne s had been reported
for Thanksgiing. Roulhac
reporters expressed thanks
for several of our many
blessings today, e.g., a free
country, plenty to eat, homes
to live in and clothes to
One expressed thanks for
the Chipley Kiwanis
Club because, if not for
them, they would be eat-
ing lunchroom food. Oth-
ers expressed thanks for
kind, caring people and rec-
ognized that more people
do good than bad...we just
hear more about the bad.
Another reminded people
to be thankful in good times
as well as bad and that there
are so many things to be
thankful for.

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Saturday, November 24, 2007 Washington County News, 3


Local kids become
'Young Heroes'
The Central Panhandle
Chapter of the American
Red Cross is conducting its
inaugural "Young Heroes for
the Red Cross" Campaign.
Students from 28 elementa-
ry, middle, and high Schools,
and from all six areas in the
local chapter's jurisdiction,
including, Bay, Calhoun,
Gulf, Holmes, Jackson, and
Washington Counties have
undertaken this project,
Each school was chal-
lenged to raise $1,000 or
more to aid in the mission
of the local American Red
Cross. This is the first time
schools from all areas have
joined together for a si-
multaneous fundraiser, and
the students are able to be
creative in how to raise the
On Wednesday, Nov.
21, area schools conducted
fundraisers to help achieve
their goals. At Wal-Mart
n Chipley, students from
Roulhac Middle School
accepted donations and the
Chipley Wal-Mart Super-
center matched all funds
During this time of
Thanksgiving, these "Young
Heroes" helped our local Red
Cross raise vital funds, and
also, learned the importance
of helping build a healthier
and safer community.

the ever-hopeful Charlie
Brown. Don't miss this
night of rollicking family
fun. Seating is limited to 370
seats. Tickets are $7 per per-
son and can be reserved by
calling 638-6100 ext. 507.

DOT public hearing
The Tentative Work
Program Public .Hearing
is being held to consider
the Florida Department of
Transportation's improved

tentative Work Program
for District Three, for fiscal
years July 1, 2009 through
June 30, 2013 and to
consider the necessity of
making any changes to the
The third of four hear-
ings will be held Thursday,
Nov. 29 from 10 a.m. until
11 a.m. in the Panama City
(City Hall) Commission
Chambers, 9 Harrison Av-

Projects in Bay, Gulf,
Washington, Jackson, Hol-
mes and Calhoun counties
will be discussed; however,
project information for all
16 counties will be available.
District Three encompasses
Bay, Calhoun, Escambia,
Franklin, Gadsden, Gulf,
Holmes, Jackson, Jeffer-
son, Leon, Liberty, Oka-
loosa, Santa Rosa, Wakulla,
Walton and Washington

Pe bl*

Comments and input from
local and regional interest
groups, governmental enti-
ties, business enterprises
and the general public are
welcome. Written com-
ments will be received by
the department at the public
hearing and within 10 days
after the public hearing.
Comments should be ad-
dressed to: Larry Kelley,
District Secretary, Florida
Department of Transporta-

tion, District Three, P.O. Box
607, Chipley, Fla. 32428.

Free smoke alarms
The Chipley Fire Depart-
ment is offering free smoke
alarms. Applicants must stop
by the Chipley Fire Depart-
ment at 1430 Jackson Ave..
For more information, call

Chipley Christmas JUU/U
parade Dec. 1 iff
Plans are being made for UIl
Chipley's Annual Christmas SWEATERS
Parade to be held'Satur- FOR HIM
day, Dec. 1, at 3:30 p.m. By Sun River;
Anyone interested in being Dockers Unionbay'
in the parade needs to fill Reg.30.00-50.00,
out a entry form. Line-up Sale15.00-25.00
will be at 2:30 p.m. at the
old Historic Chipley High
School football parking lot .
on RailroadAvenue.
* For parade information
and/or to get an entry form,
contact the Washington
County Chamber of Com-
merce at 639-4157 or you Sale
may stop by the Chamber
office at 685 7th Street. 14.9
Christmas FLEECE JAC
Tour Of HOMeS Full- or 1/4-zip4`
Tour of Homes1
Reg. 30.00.
The annual Christmas R3
Tour of Homes sponsored by
the Chipley Woman's Club
is scheduled for Sunday,
Dec. 9, from 1-5 p.m.'
The tour begins at the
Woman's Clubhouse at 607
Fifth Street in Chipley where
tour maps and refreshments
will be available.
Tickets are $8 for adults nflUO/
and teens and $5 for ages 5- UU / U
12. They may be purchased
in advance from a Woman's Of
Club member or by calling
638-8889. They also will be CHILDREN'S
available at the clubhouse on .O LenoNs
the day of the tour. nionbayy Healthtex'
and more.
'Charlie Brown' Reg. 16.00-64.00,
comes to CHS Sale 8.00-32.00
Chipley High School Dra-
ma Department announces a
special visit from Charlie
Brown coming Friday eve-
ning Nov. 30, to the Chipley
High School Auditorium at
7 p.m. /n
Tickets went on sale the UU U
first of November for this ff
one night event. You're A O
Good Man Charlie Brown
features the musical antics 42"P Ru'ED
of Snoopy, Linus, Schroeder, Ours eluse
Lucy, Sally, and, of course, r,, eusoil


Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties
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4, Washington County News, Saturday, November 24, 2007

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Submitted photo
Austin Sapp won a Blue Ribbon in the Junior Plants
Division at the North Florida Fair.

Submitted photo
Members of Project Robo Challenge 4-H Club with Washington County 4-H Coordinator, Julie P. Dil-
lard, and teacher, Jennifer Sapp.

Project Robo Challenge exhibits in Tallahassee

After entering more than
150 exhibits into the North
Florida Fair, members of
Project Robo Challenge
4-H Club were excited to
travel to the fairgrounds in
'yallahassee to see how their
exhibits did.
They also viewed their
club booth where they had
ponstructed robots, simple
machine posters, robot ob-
stacle courses and designs to
illustrate to the public what
they had been learning about
over the past few months.
Through their work on
simple machines and ro-
botics, the members have
learned and practiced life
skills including critical
thinking skills, problem
Solving, decision making
and marketable skills.
After touring the 4-H
exhibits barn, they spent a
few hours at the Tallahas-
see Museum of History and
Natural Science.
The 4-Hers toured the
natural z t habiit ariafd
saw native Florida wildlife
including foxes, red wolves,
bears, alligators, the Florida
panther and several other
They also enjoyed learn-
ing about native Florida
snakes and even petted a
couple of them.
Project Robo Challenge
4-H Club developed as a
partnership with the UF/
IFAS Washington Coun-
ty Extension Service 4-H
Youth Development Pro-
gram and the Washington
County School District's
gifted students program to
bring robotics into their cur-
For information on 4-H
programs, contact Julie Pig-
ott Dillard at 638-6170.

4-H enrolling
new members
Washington County 4-
H is accepting enrollment
applications. Call the UF/
IFAS Washington County
Extension Office at 638-
6180 or visit the Web site.
Stop by the Washington
County Extension Office
and speak with 4-H Youth

Chipola Regional
Career Fair
The Chipola Regional
Workforce Development
Board Region 3 Career Fair
will be held Wednesday,
Dec. 5, at the Eastside Bap-
tist Church on Highway 90
East in Marianna from 8 a.m.
until noon.

Submitted photo
Malinda Locke won Best
in Show in the Junior Po- Submitted photo
etry Division at the North Jessie Kneiss took Best in Show for Tabletop Ex-
Florida Fair. hibits Intermediate Division.

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Submitted photo
Hunter Harden won Best
In Show in the Poetry
Intermediate Division at
the fair held in Tallahas-

Development Agent Julie
P. Dillard.For information
contact Julie Pigott Dillard
at 638-6180 or visit the UF/
IFAS Washington County
Web site: http://washington.

Through their work on
simple machines and
robotics, the mem-
bers have learned and
practiced life skills
Including critical think-
ing skills, problem
solving, decision mak-
ing and marketable

Students from Calhoun,
Holmes, Jackson, Liberty
and Washington counties
will be attending. During
the Career Fair students will
,be able to obtain informa-
tion that will assist them in
making career choices. If
you would like more infor-
mation or are interested in
participating, contact Rob-

Submitted photo
Sarah Gilbert won a blue ribbon in the Intermedi-
ate Poster Division at the North Florida Fair held
in Tallahassee.

Submitted photo
Morgan McKenzie won a red ribbon in the Posters
Intermediate Division at the North Florida Fair.

bie Bazzell at 850-638-1180,
ext. 343.

Ag Expo
Ethanol, GPS, insect,
weed and disease control
strategies, and food safety
will be the key topics of this
year's Florida Ag Expo, ac-
cording to Florida Grower

The Florida Ag Expo will
be Dec. 6-7, at the Univer-
sity of Florida/IFAS Gulf
Coast Research & Education
Center in Balm. For infor-
mation on sponsorship op-
portunities, contact Florida
Grower's Marc Stockwell
or Nancy Howard at 407-

Submitted photo
Whit Pettis received a blue ribbon in the Hobbies
Models Junior Division competition at the North
Florida Fair.





Pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Planning Commission will con-
duct a public hearing at the County Commissioners Meeting Room, located at 1331
South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on Tuesday, December 4, 2007, at 5:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to consider amending the
Comprehensive Plan for the area shown within the map in this advertisement (the un-
incorporated portion of Washington County, and the municipalities of Caryville, Ebro,
Vernon, and Wausau.) Amendment 07-CIE involves changing/updating the Five-Year
Schedule of Capital Improvements Element of the Comprehensive Plan for unincorpo-
rated Washington County, the municipalities of Caryville, Ebro, Vernon, and Wausau,
and the Sunny Hills Municipal Services Benefit Unit (MSBU.)
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Ebro will conduct a public hearing at the
Ebro Town Hall located at 6629 Dog Track Road, Ebro, Florida, on Tuesday, December
4, 2007, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to
consider adoption of Amendment 07-CIE.
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Vernon will conduct a public hearing at
the Vernon Town Hall located at 2808 Yellow Jacket Drive, Vernon, Florida, on Monday,
December 10, 2007, at 7:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be
heard to consider adoption of Amendment 07-CIE.
Also pursuant to Florida Statues, the Town of Caryville will conduct a public hearing at
the Caryville Town Hall located at 4436 Old Spanish Trail, Caryville, Florida, on Tuesday,
December 11, 2007, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be
heard to consider adoption of Amendment 07-CIE.
Also pursuant o Florida Statues, the Town of Wausau will conduct a public hearing at
the Wausau Town Hall located at 1607 Second Avenue, Wausau, Florida, on Thursday,
December 13, 2007, at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be
heard to consider adoption of Amendment 07-CIE.
Also pursuant to Florida Statutes, the Washington County Board of County Commis-
sioners will conduct a public hearing at the County Commissioners Meeting Room
located at 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, on Thursday, December 20, 2007,
at 5:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, as the issue may be heard to consider
adoption of Amendment 07-CIE, to
include Sunny Hills Municipal Ser-
vices Benefit Unit (MSBU.) -
The proposed changes to the Comn- -
prehensive Plan are available for re-
view at the Washington County Plan-
ning Office at 1331 South Boulevard,
Suite 209, Chipley, Florida, or at the
Town Halls, as listed above.
The purpose of the Public Hearings is -
to receive comments and make deci- \ f .
sions regarding the above matter. All
interested members of the public are
encouraged to attend. Public hear- ,
ings may be continued from time to _-.
time as may be necessary. _
The amendments will be accom-
plished by adoption of Ordinances
set forth by title as follows:
Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring
special accommodations to participate in these meetings is asked to advise the County
at 850-638-6200 at least 48 hours before the meeting. "If any person decides to appeal
any decision made by the board, agency, or commission, with respect to any matter
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Nov. 25
NEXTEL Cup Season in Review ESPN2 @ 12:30 p.m.
NASCAR Busch Season in Review ESPN2 @ 1 p.m.
Nov. 30
NEXTEL Cup Awards Show ESPN Classic 8 p.m.


Season Season Season Season
Champion Champion Champion Champion
Jimmie Carl Ron Frank
Johnson Edwards Homaday Kimmell

Judge suggests

mediation for

speedway lawsuit

federal judge said attor-
neys for NASCAR,
International Speedway
Corp. and Kentucky
Speedway should consider
returning to the bargaining
U.S. District Judge
William Bertelsman said
Monday an expected
monthlong trial, followed
by several years of
appeals, could be avoided
if the two sides continue
attorneys asked
Bertelsman for a summary
judgment Monday, arguing
the speedway has insuffi-
cient evidence to prove
NASCAR and ISC worked
together with other tracks
to keep the Kentucky track
from acquiring a Cup
Series race.
Bertelsman said he
.won't rule on the motion
until January at the earli-
est. A March 4 trial date
already has been set.
"If you want to, now
would be a good time to
return to mediation,"
Bertelsman said.
The two sides met for
five hours in June with no
success, and Bertelsman
said it was his understand-
ing neither side wants to
NASCAR spokesman
Ramsey Poston said it was
"premature" to say
whether NASCAR and ISC
would be willing to return
to mediation. Cincinnati
attorney Stan Chesley, a
co-counsel for the track,
said track officials are
"always willing to sit
down and talk."
In the lawsuit, the
Speedway alleges
NASCAR conspired to

Riding The

Driver Kyle Petty
Owner Kyle Petty
Points: 2814
Points out of 34th: 42
Points ahead of 36th: 147
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Bill Davis
35 Kyle Petty
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Dietrich Mateschitz

leave the Sparta, Ky.,
track and some other.
tracks out of the coveted
Cup Series schedule
despite their superior
The speedway is ask-
ing ISC be ordered to sell
at least eight of the 12
tracks it owns that host
Cup Series races and that
the Kentucky speedway be
awarded in excess of $200
million in damages.
-The speedway's goal is
to "destroy an anticompet-
itive regime," track co-
counsel Stephen Susman
He said that because
NASCAR and ISC work so
closely together -- the two
companies are both con-
trolled by the France fami-
ly and share the same
offices in Daytona Beach,
Fla. -- that a jury could
"reasonably divine" that
the two companies have
worked together to deny
independent track races
the chance to host a race.'
The 1.5-mile tri-oval
in northern Kentucky
opened in 2000 and is host
to several events each
year, including a Busch
Series and Craftsman
Truck Series race,'as well
as an Indy Racing League
David Boies, lead
attorney for NASCAR and
ISC, argued that if
NASCAR was intent on
shutting out the speedway,
it would not allow the
speedway to host
"It's inconsistent with
their logic," Boies said.
"NASCAR wouldn't sup-
port the track if it was try-
ing to drive Kentucky out
of business."

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


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Jimmie Johnson receives his second consecutive NASCAR NEXTEL Cup trophy from NASCAR Chairman Brian France.
Photo by Rusty Jarrett/Getty Images for NASCAR

Back to Back

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Jeff Gordon set a new
modern record w-ith 30 top 10
finishes in the 36 races that
make up the NEXTEL Cup
schedule, but it was not
enough to counter the 10
wins posted by his teammate
Jimmie Johnson.
Johnson was only six top
'10 finishes shy of the man
who helped talk Rick
Hendrick in to hiring him.
But he more than made up
that margin with four more
wins as he became the first
driver to win 10 races since
Gordon won 13 the year he
won back
to back
titles in -
1997 and
an Man
'what a 4
year," said
who fin-
ished with
an average
finish of
7.3 this Johnson
compared to Johnson's 10.8.
"To be in my 15th season and
to still be competitive like we
were this year, win races, bat-
tle for the championship, and

becoming a first time dad, of
"I am very happy for
Jimmie and those guys, but I
really wanted it for our team.
They worked hard and did a
great job this year. We came
up a little short."
In the final 10 races of the
season Gordon had a 5.1
average, while Johnson edged
his teammate.
Johnson's march to the
title didn't start with the
Chase of the'NEXTEL Cup,
to Johnson's Crew Chief
Chad Knaus it ironically
started at Lowe's Motor
"I think a lot of this
began at Lowe's Motor
Speedway," said Knaus.
"Our car was so phenome-

nally fast. We were crushed a
little bit by not getting that
"Unfortunately, we had
some issues and didn't get what
we wanted out of that race. But
winning at Martinsville after
that was a phenomenal kick
start for us and knowing the
races we had coming up were
going to be a .
great races ,-
for us." /
and Knaus
back titles,
car owner
celebrated Gordon


After Ford 400
Driver Behind
1. Jimmie Johnson
2. Jeff Gordon
3. Clint Bowyer
4. Matt Kenseth
5. Kyle Busch
6. Tony Stewart
7. Kurt Busch
8. Jeff Burton
9. Carl Edwards
10. Kevin Harvick

After Ford 300 After Ford 200
Driver Behind Driver
Leader 1. Carl Edwards Leader 1. Ron Homaday
-77 2. David Reutimann -618 2. Mike Skinner
-346 3. Jason Leffler -809 3. J6hnny Benson
-425 4. Kevin Harvick -812 4. Todd Bodine
-430 5. David Ragan -1,066 5. Rick Crawford
-481 6. Bobby Hamilton, Jr. -1,138 6. Travis Kvapil
-492 7. Stephen Leicht -1,202 7. Ted Musgrave
-492 8. Marcos Ambrose -1,328 8. Matt Crafton
-501 9. Greg Biffle -1,339 9. Jack Sprague
-524 10. Matt Kenseth -1,354 10. David Starr


title number seven.
"You dream about winning
one of those and doing it back
to back is really special," said
Hendrick. "But to have the two
cars run like this all year is
"I think the most gratifying
thing to me was during the race
and after the race the way the
24 team-handled it."
Johnson himself was at a
loss for words despite going
through all of this last year.
"The good thing about
this team is we are really hit-
ting our stride," said Johnson.
"We are in elite company by
winning two championships;
but it did catch me off guard
when Jeff came to victory
lane in Phoenix waving a
white flag."

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

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Five arrested in stabbing, shooting incident

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Fire in Ebro fought by three departments
Ebro, Hinsons Crossroads and Vernon volunteer fire departments were on
the scene Friday, November 9 when a building caught fire at a junk yard off
James Potter just north of Ebro. The fire was brought under control before
it got to the nearby vehicles.


Watching fish swim in a
clear tank can be a relaxing
experience and give unique
displays of some of nature's
most beautiful creatures, but
sometimes people take the
plunge and begin a saltwater
aquarium without realizing
what they are getting them-
selves into.
Like any other pet, salt-
water and tropical pets
require responsible care'.
There-are a few things that
every individual should
know before making this
significant investment, says
Dr. Jill Heatley of Texas
A&M University's College
of Veterinary Medicine &
Biomedical Sciences.
First, she says, there are
varying tank sizes sold that
are made for different types
and numbers of fish. "The
smaller the aquarium size,
the harder it is to maintain.
Larger aquariums tend to be
more stable," she explains.
The larger tanks seem to
regulate themselves better
and tend to be less likely to
cause fish illness.
One of the most funda-
mental aspects of maintain-
ing a healthy living environ-
ment for saltwater fish is
water quality, often referred
to as pH. Heatley says salt-
water organisms require a
narrow pH between 8.2 and
8.3. This is a much smaller
pH range when compared to
freshwater aquariums that
c'an shift between six and
nine. Maintaining this pH
is vital to keep the saltwater
organisms alive. To keep
the water at optimum pH,
aquarium owners should
purchase a water test kit and
a filter.
"Before I place fish in
my saltwater tank, I always
cycle my tank many times
over the course of a couple
of weeks while checking
the pH daily," Heatley adds.
Cycling of saltwater is done
to allow "good" bacteria to
buildup in the water before
the fish or invertebrate are
exposed. These bacteria are
necessary for the organisms
to survive.
Heatley also suggests
after cycling is complete,
aquarium owners start with
only one fish in the aquari-
um. This fish will serve as a
"test fish" to ensure that the
water conditions are opti-
mum. The fish will also add
other fundamental bacteria
to the tank, which are needed
for a healthy saltwater envi-
Before any fish or inver-
tebrates are placed in the

aquarium, Heatley suggests
that aquarium owners pur-
chase a protein fractioner,
also called a protein skim-
mer, since saltwater environ-
ments are not stable when
large amounts of protein
are present. These devices
protect the aquarium from
algal blooms that may prove
disastrous for invertebrates.
A sign that your saltwater
aquarium is establishing
a protein buildup is thick
'green goo' growing on
the fish tank. This buildup
can bleach or kill any in-
vertebrates in the tank if it
becomes too prevalent. If a
saltwater aquarium is being
built to house invertebrates,
it should also have a light
on top because invertebrates
require the light to stay alive,
she notes.
Once the fish are in the
water, maintenance is not
over. It is necessary to
change the water in the
aquariums about every two
weeks to keep organisms
healthy. Usually, only 10
to 20 percent of the total
volume of water is changed
to remove some of the waste
and leftover food.
Also, the pH needs to
be measured every week
to ensure that the tank is
staying at optimum level,
she believes. If the fish in a
saltwater tank become pale
or sluggish, it could be a sign

that the parameter of the tank
is no longer appropriate.
After the aquarium's wa-
ter quality has been adjusted
to fit the preferences of salt-
water organisms, it's time
to add fish or invertebrates.
Heatley strongly suggest
researching fish species that
are being considered for the
aquarium. Some species
may grow too large for, the
tank, some species may be
cannibalistic and eat other
fish, and some species may
only thrive when they are
Heatley offers the Puff-
erfish as an example of a
very aggressive fish that will
"chew" on other fish. This
fish should only live in iso-
lation or with invertebrates,
since it will eat other fish in
the tank.
"Saltwater aquariums
can prove to be an invalu-
able addition to any home,
but they do require some
work," Heatley says. "These
breathtaking displays take
time to perfect, but with a
little work and care they can
potentially become a beauti-
ful piece for any home."
Pet Talk is a service of
the College of Veterinary
Medicine & Biomedical Sci-
ences, Texas A&M Univer-
sity. Stories can be viewed
on the World Wide Web
at http://tamunews.tamu.

Managing Editor
Five people were arrested
in a stabbing incident just
over the Holmes County line
on Douglas Ferry Road in
Washington County.
The Washington County
Sheriff's Office reported
that on Sunday, Nov. 11, a
dispute turned violent. Ac-
cording to WCSO reports
deputies were dispatched
just before 5 p.m. following
reports that a subject had
been stabbed and there were
two other subjects armed
with a knife and a gun.
Upon arrival deputies and
Washington County EMS
found a number of people
milling about in the area
and one person was found
bleeding from wounds in the
buttocks and on his side.
Once deputies sorted out
the situation and began their
investigation, several arrests
were made. They included:
*Lisa Marie Pitts of 1429
Lloyd Lane, Bonifiy. Pitts
was charged with battery.
According to police reports
Pitts allegedly attempted to
pull Tanya Cook of 388-5
Douglas Ferry Road off a
horse. Tanya Cook got off
the horse and was allegedly
head-butted by Pitts.

*Teresa G. Holley of
1441 Lloyd Lane in Bonifay
was charged with battery.
Holley also allegedly tried
to pull Tanya Cook off her
horse according to police
*Timothy Franklin Wells
of 3249 John Clark Lane
in Bonifay is charged with
battery. According to police
reports Wells allegedly ex-
changed words with Michael
Cook of 3685 Douglas Ferry
Road. Wells and Michael
Cook became involved in
a physical altercation'in
which a tree limb was alleg-
edly used to strike Michael
Cook, who suffered a cut to
his nose.
Michael Cook attempted
to escape Wells, accord-
ing to reports, and another
man and another physical
altercation allegedly began
where Michael Cook "was
outnumbered and in fear for
his safety" pulled a knife
and stabbed Wells in the leg
and buttock area in an effort
to get away. Michael Cook
has not been charged with
any crime.
*Christopher Michael
Cook of 3378 Lewis Lane,
Bonifay is charged with bat-
tery and aggravated assault
on Jason Holley of 1441
Lloyd Lane. According to

police reports Cook came to
the aid of his father, Michael
Cook, when he was involved
with Timothy Wells. Chris-
topher Michael Cook went
to vehicle and retrieved his
firearm, which he allegedly
pointed in the direction of
the altercation and fired at
least one round into the air.
According to police re-
ports Christopher Michael
Cook said that his intention
was to scare the subjects
fighting and could have shot
them if he wanted to. An
altercation then arose over
the firearm and Christopher
Michael Cook allegedly hit
Holley intentionally and
struck a woman in the hand
with the gun.
*Jason E. Holley of 1441
Lloyd Lane in Bonifay is
charged with battery. Ac-
cording to police reports
Holley said he was attempt-
ing to break up the fight.
However, witnesses told
deputies that Holley was ac-
tively participating and hold-
ing Michael Cook down.


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Vernon Christmas parade Dec. 8
Vernon Christmas parade will be held Saturday Dec. 8, at
1 p.m. Line up is at 12:30 p.m. at the Vernon walking track
(behind old Vernon High School).
After the parade Santa will be at the Vernon Community
Center (old VHS cafeteria) to visit with the children. Re-
freshments will be provided.

Bake and Yard Sale
First Presbyterian Church, 658 5th Street, Chipley will
hold a bake and yard sale on Friday, Nov. 30 and Saturday,
Dec. 1, 8 a.m. until noon on both days.

BCF Christmas Concert Nov. 29
The annual Christmas concert by the Music and Worship
Division of The Baptist College of Florida in Graceville will
be held in the R. G. Lee Chapel on Nov. 29 at 2:00 p.m. and
7:00 p.m. The combined orchestra and choirs will provide
two exciting performance opportunities with musical selec-
tions from traditional Christmas Carols as well as favorites
from several popular Christmas movies.
For more information or to reserve a seat, simply contact
the Music Office at 800-328-2660 ext. 427.

FBC Christmas pageant
First Baptist Church of Chipley will present its 2007
Christmas pageant on the following dates: Friday, Nov. 30
at 7 p.m.; Saturday Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. and Dec. 2 at 6 p.m.
Call the church at 638-1830 for more information.

Harvest Day
Mt. Ararat First Missionary Baptist Church will host
its annual Harvest Day Nov. 25. Sunday school starts at
9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 11. The Rev. Waymond
Pollocks is guest speaker. Dinner and fellowship to follow

Christmas in Bethlehem
Bethlehem Family Camp will present Christmas in Beth-
lehem Dec. 7-9 and 14-16. The nightly shows will take place
7-9 p.m. on the camp grounds at 3073 Hwy. 160 in Bonifay.
Admission is free. Large groups of 20 or more should call
850-234-0260 to schedule a time.
The event is sponsored by Hearts of Hope International,
a children's home being built on the grounds of Bethlehem
Call 850-234-0260 for more information.

5 YEARS AGO, 2002
A scholarship fund was
established by the Russ chil-
dren in the names of their
parents, Minnie Wells Russ
and James Fletcher Russ Jr.
Winners of the fifth-grade
spelling bee at Kate Smith
Elementary School were
Elizabeth Malloy, first; Am-
ber Junod, second; and Al-
berto Dominguez, third.
Wendell Purvis of Tal-
lahassee was guest speaker
at a Chamber of Commerce
breakfast. The balloon pilot
took the first balloon up at
the Northwest Florida Bal-
loon Festival. Once airborne,
the balloon is at the whim of
the wind, he said.
The Dow Morris family
was named Farm Family
of the Year during the 2002
Farm/City banquet.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Chipley Gun and Pawn
Shop won an award from
Main Street officers for
erecting a receptacle to hold
used cigarette butts, thus
cutting down on litter in its
Shane McDonald of De-
Funiak Springs was intro-
duced as the new organist
at First United Methodist
Church in Chipley.
Marie "Mitzi" Mullins
observed her 101st birthday
at Dogwood Inn in Bonifay.
She was born Oct. 14, 1896,
near Hamburg, Germany.
Amanda Jordan was
crowned 1977 homecom-
ing queen at Chipley High
Ella Mercer was named
Employee of the Month at
Northwest Florida Commu-
nity Hospital.
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Brian Goddin of Ponce de
Leon was a crew member for
Chipola Jr. College's presen-
tation of "The Nerd."

A classified ad about a
sow and pigs that had been
found added that the owner
could have them by identi-
fying and paying for dam-
Washington County Re-
cycling Plant opened with
two employees.
Ordinances increasing
the water and sewer rates
were enacted by Vernon City
Laura Harvey of Wausau
was honored as Florida's
Volunteer of the Year. She
received a wrist watch from
Bettie Slay of Tri-County
Community Council.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Sheriff Fred Peel, Capt.
Doug Wright and Sgt. Henry
Day reported to the county
commission on a. surprise
visit by a state jail inspec-
Bridgette Smith was
homecoming queen at Ver-
non High School. Her escort
was Stacy Broxton.
Andrew Suggs of Chipley
grew a nine-and-a-quarter
pound sweet potato.
Former Chipley City
Clerk, Edwin B. Warren, 77,
said he might have to give up.
growing a mustard and tur-
nip patch behind his house
because he was "getting too
old to cut the mustard."
40 YEARS AGO, 1967
Second Lieutenant James
A. Newton Jr. earned his sil-
ver pilot's wings in the U.S.
Air Force.
Ted Spangenberg was the

only eighth-grade student
listed on the A honor roll
at Chipley High School.
Sandra Spangenberg was
the only tenth-grader listed.
Mary Agnes Baxley of the
eleventh grade also earned
the honor.
A pair of third-graders
ruled as Halloween king and
queen in Wausau. Curtis Al-
len Career and Melissa Ann
Rogers won the honor.
Members of the Orange
Hill Saddle Club staged a
rodeo in the arena southeast
of Chipley.
50 YEARS AGO, 1957
Mrs. Stella Wis, Mrs.
Bess Williams and Mrs.
Josie McKeithen of Eu-
faula, Miss., were guests last
week of their cousins, Mrs.
Ida Adams and Mrs. W.B.
Charley Hicks of Wausau
returned home following a
tour of duty with the U.S.
Air Force.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Landcraft and Mrs. Mozelle
Cailey spent a day in Tal-
Kathryn Russ of Ver-
non Future Homemakers of
America was nominated for
secretary of state in the par-
ent organization.
Rev. and Mrs. T.O. Bald-
win of Vero Beach were
visiting Mrs. Charles Tobias
Sr. and other friends.
70 YEARS AGO, 1937
Mrs. O'Quinn Clark and
baby daughter returned from
a visit with her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. George Cawthon,
in DeFuniak Springs.
Misses Margolea Jenkins
and Marjorie Hunt accom-
panied Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Hunt of Blountstown to
the Alabama-Georgia Tech
game in Birmingham during
the weekend.
80 YEARS AGO, 1917
Miss Margaret Wilson,
daughter of President Wil-
son, was scheduled to sing
at a Dec. 10 concert in Jack-
sonville for the benefit of
the wounded soldier's relief
Friends of E.H. Hale and
J. Nix Daniel, who were
with Company H when it
was called into service at the
beginning of the war, will be
glad to know that they have
both received well-earned
promotions. Hale advanced
from a second to a first
lieutenant and Daniel was
promoted to second lieuten-
ant from sergeant.

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-IChanges made the difference

Mary Paramore/WCN

The 2007 Pee Wee team and coaches.

Chipley Pee Wees take Tri-County Football League title

Staff Writer
Chipley's Pee Wee foot-
ball team beat Dale County's
Pee Wee team again to
bring home the 2007 Tri-
County Football League's
championship title. The Chi-
pley Tigers edged out Dale
County 12-6 in the league's
Superbowl in a tough bat-
tle that ended in overtime.
A previous match in Dale
County Oct. 27 ended with
the Tigers winning 8-0.
The score was tied 6-6
at the end of the game. Pee
Wee Head Coach Theotis
Lee and Assistant Coach J.T.
Woodard recounted the ac-
tion at the Chipley Football
Association's award banquet
Saturday, Nov. 17. The team
is also under the leadership
of assistant coaches Tim
Hall and Daryl Foor.
Here's how Chipley cap-
tured the title: Dale County
won the toss and declined.
Chipley got the ball and took
it to the 30-yard line, but was
unable to drive past Dale
County's strong defense.
Dale County got the ball and
took it to Chipley's 40, but
also was unable to score.
"The game was played
in the middle for the first
quarter," Lee said.
In the second quarter,
Dale County had the ball
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Mary Paramor(pSi
Chipley's Pee Wee team
won the 2007 Tri-County
Football League Super-
bowl Nov. 10. The game
was played in Slocomb.

on Chipley's 35, then ran
the ball in for a touchdown.
The try for an extra two
points was no good, set-
ting the score at 8-0 Dale
County. After the kick-off,
Chipley marched to Dale
County's 40, then punted.
Dale County got the ball on
the 20, fumbled, and Chipley
"With 1:10 left in the half,
we got the ball. Chris Lee
took it to the one-yard line,

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Chris Lee and Zac Campbell carried the ball in
overtime to put Chipley over the top.

Chipola plays Nov. 29
Chipola returns home Nov. 29 to host Lawson State at 7
p.m. Chipola hosts the Panhandle Classic, Nov. 30 and Dec.
1, with games against Coastal Georgia and Santa Fe.
For the latest on Chipola Men's Basketball, including
game recaps, videos, and interviews, visit: www.chipola-

and Zac Campbell took it in
to tie the score," Lee said.
And yes, Chris Lee is Coach
Lee's son.
The third and fourth
quarters were played in the
middle, back and forth.
"They'd drive and we'd
shut them down. We'd drive
and they'd shut us down,"
Woodard said. "Dale County
had the ball, the last drive,
third down. They had no
more time-outs. Lee wanted
to call a time-out and I said,
'No, uh uh, let it run out and
take it into overtime.'"
Lee accepted Woodard's
advice and let the clock
run out on the game, forc-
ing overtime. He said, "We
coaches are' able to voice
our opinion without getting
upset about it."
Lee continued with the
recount: "We won the toss
and we deferred. We wanted
to see what they'd do first,"
he said. Chipley's defense
got a little antsy and .was
penalized for off sides.
"It was first and goal
on the five and the defense
came alive. We got a second
wind," Woodard said. Chi-
pley stopped Dale County
and took possession of the

Chipley was on the Dale
County 10-yard line. Using
the 24-power play, quar-
terback Bradley Hall and
Chris Lee took it to the three.
Coaches called a 25-power
with Zach Campbell taking
it I to win the Superbowl for
Lee said the team's first-
string defense was not scored
upon during the regular sea-
son and, even better, he said
this defense of 9- and 10-
year-olds is 18-0 during the
past three years of play.
"It's a pretty special group
of kids," Lee said. "In fact,
overall we've got good kids,
parents willing to bring them
out, get them to practice on
Lee expects to meet Dale
County again next year in
the Superbowl.
"We as coaches have been
in it three or four times,
playing Dale County. Dale
County is always in the Su-
perbowl. It's who we have
to go through. They are
very well coached and very
physical," Lee said. "We will
be back to defend our title
and more than likely facing
Dale County."




326-179? *

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The season just complet-
ed will be remembered for a
level of excellence not just
by one driver, one team, but
by a pair of teammates that
has seldom been rivaled.
Jimmie Johnson and Jeff
Gordon both deserved to be
champions, Johnson by the
system in place and Gordon
by an old one.
The flip side of their com-
pound excellence is the fact
that it flies in the face of
everything NASCAR wants
the sport to be.
Brian France, chairman
of NASCAR and self-pro-
claimed architect of its brave
new world, even talked
about it with some degree
of frankness, which, for him,
is rare.
"Our preferred outcome
is 12 guys within 20 points
of each other," he admitted.
"I'm sure, if you're Roger
Goodell (commissioner of
the NFL), you want a 34-31
outcome where the two best
teams make it to the Super
Bowl. That's what every-
body wants.
"But, we're a sport, and
when somebody puts a domi-
nating performance forward
like Jimmie Johnson is, that's
perhaps the best of the mod-
em era (1972-present). That
should be the focus, not that
the format didn't do this or
didn't do that."
Among all the much-
celebrated Johnson accom-
plishments 10 victories,
four in a row, 5.0 average
finish in the Chase none
is more impressive than the
fact that he beat the system
like a drum.
The season has been rife
with irony. At a time when
the cars are more alike than
ever, the results have been
more different. Cars branded
Chevrolet have little dif-
ference than those branded
Ford, Dodge and Toyota, and
yet those superficial Chevys
dominated as no Chevy with
stock bodies and welded
doors ever did.
One team, Hendrick Mo-
torsports, won half the races.
Two drivers of that team's
four won 44.4 percent.
France can take credit for



Monte Dutton

the most crucial difference
of all. This year he decreed
that winning races would be
more important than consis-
tency. That decision decided
the championship. In the
Chase which, for all practi-
cal intent, is all that matters
- Johnson's average finish
was 5.0 and Gordon's was
5.1. Yet Johnson won the
championship by 77 points.
Changes drafted this year
put Johnson 20 points ahead
at the start. His victories
trumped Gordon's extraor-
dinary consistency. Gordon
finished in the top 10 in 30
out of 36 races, or 83.3 per-
cent of the time. That's the
best since 1999, when Dale
Jarrett went 29-for-34, for
85.3 percent.

You can reach
Monte Dutton at

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

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the relief demanded in the attorneys or immediately ALL INTERESTED PER-
SPetition, thereafter; otherwise, a SONS ARE NOTIFIED
default will be entered THAT:
WITNESS my hand and against you for the relief
ANNOUNCEMENTS seal of said Court on Nov. demanded in the com- All creditors of the Dece-
13, 2007. plaint or petition, dent and persons having
1100 Legal Advertising DATED this 29 day Octo- claims or demands
1110 Classified1,1 Notices LINDA H. COOK ber, 2007. against the estate of the
1120 PublicNotice Clerk of Court Decedent other than those
1130 Adoptions BY: K. McDaniel Linda Cook for whom provision for full
1140 Happy Ads Deputy Clerk payment was made in the
1150 Personals As published in the BY: K. McDaniel Order of Summary Admin-
1160 Lost Washiongton County Deputy Clerk istration must file their
1170 -Found News November 17, 24, As published in the Wash- claims with this Court
2007. ington County News No- WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
__vember 3, 10, 17, 24, ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
CIRCUIT. CASE NO. 2007-174 File number 67-07-CP-121
wife, LAURA CIESIELSKI, Florida imite lia y COCK BERRY, Deceased. CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
Plaintiffs, company, YEARS OR MORE AFTER
Defendant. KARL HEINZ BONIG, The date of the first publi-
NOTICE OF ACTION Defendant. ING CLAIMS OR DE- vember 17, 2007.
2336W. AUGUSTA You are hereby notified WAYNE G. BRAXTON (FL
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS TO: KARL HEINZ BONIG that an Order of Summary BAR #0179121)
60622 and UNKNOWN HEIRS Administration will be or 1067 Main Street
OF KARL HEINZ BONIG has been entered in the RO.BOX 564.
FlED that an action to Complaint to Quiet Title HANCOCK BERRY, de- 32428-0564
quiet title on the following for the following property: ceased, File Number 850-638-7268/OFFICE -
desritledontealprop67-07-CP-121, by the Cir- 850-638-7263/FAX
described real property, Lot 11, Block 408 of cult Court for Washington
Sunny Hills Unit 6, ac- County, Florida, Probate Person Giving Notice:
Lot 5, Block D, according cording to the Plat thereof Division, the address of ROBERT MONROE
to Oak Hill Unit One, a as recorded in Plat Book which is c/o Mrs. Linda BERRY III
subdivision of part of Sec- 2, Page(s) 60 through 76, Hayes Cook, Clerk of the 1581 Jackfish Lane,
tion 27, Township 2 North, of the Public Records of Court, RO. Box 647, Chip- RO. BOX 124
Range 14 West, as shown Washington County, Flor- ley, Florida 32428-0647; Chipley, Florida
ing 14daWesasshor WdIa.nn t, that the Decedent's date 32428-0124
in Plat on file, as recorded ida. of death was May 26, As published in the Wash-
of the Public Records of has been filed against you 2007; that the total value ington County News No-
Washington County, Flor- and others, and you are of the estate is member 17, 24, 2007.
ida. required to serve a copy $74,000.00, and that the -
of your written defenses, if name and address to PUBLIC NOTICE
has been filed against any, to it on MARY W. whom it will be or has
you, and you are required COLON, ESQUIRE, been assigned by such or- NOTICE OF PUBLIC
to to serve a copy of your SMITH, THOMPSON, der are: HEARING ON APPLICA-
written defenses, if any, to SHAW & MANAUSA, PA., TION
it, on GERALD HOLLEY, Plaintiff's attorneys, 3520 The Decedent'rs surviving FOR SPECIAL EXCEP-
Attorney for Plaintiff, Thomasville Road, 4th spouse, ROBERT MON- TIONO OTHE WASHING-
whose address is RO. Floor, Tallahassee, Florida ROE BERRY I11, who re- TON
Box 268, Chipley, Florida, 32309-3469, no more than sides at 1581 Jackfish COUNTY LAND DEVEL-
32428; and file the original thirty 1(30) days from the Lane, Chipley, Washing- OPMENT CODE (LDC)
with the cls*othe.above first Rqlajion date of ton County, Florida, and
styled Court on or before this notice of action, and Wh&s mailing address is
December 18, 2007; oth- file the original with the P.O. Box 124, Chipley, Washington County is
erwise a judgment may be Clerk of this Court either Florida 32428-0124. considering an application

1100 1100 1100 1120 3200 *
for a Special Exception NORTHEAST QUARTER; 2- Liftmaster Mdl T % hsp REWARD! $500-$1000 Firewood for Sale. Truck-
Type V for the parcel de- THE NORTHEAST QUAR- commercial opener with 1- paid for Florida County load of Oak firewood plus
scribed by the legal de- TER OF THE SOUTHEAST 2 button remote per auto tags dated 121b. box fatwood and 3..
scription presented below. QUARTER; THAT POR- opener 1911-1917. Also want boxes pine kindling.,
TION OF THE SOUTH- 2 commercial protector plates before 1956, es- $65.00. Delivered up to 30.
In accordance with the WEST QUARTER OF THE system sensing device specially Washington miles. 850-547-2215
Washington County Land NORTHEAST QUARTER and Holmes Co tags
Development Code (LDC) EAST OF NORTH BLUE and Holmes Cd tags
a public hearing will be SPRINGS ROAD AND 2Jnd bidshouldinclude; with #50and51 prefix.s UN R
held by the Washington THAT PORTION OF THE 2- 20 x 12 Windload non- Jeff Francis
County Planning Commis- NORTHWEST QUARTER insulated steel curtain type 727-345-6627 or e-mail 3220
sion (the designated Local OF THE SOUTHEAST roll up doors gobucsl3@aol.com. B&B Furniture 1342
Planning Agency) and the QUARTER EAST OF 2 Liftmaster commercial North RR Avenue, Chip-
Washington County Board NORTH BLUE SPRINGS jackshaft opener with 1 2 .- P _, ley. We pay cash for
of County Commissioners ROAD, SECTION 34, button remote opener clean, quality furniture.'
to solicit and consider TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, 2- Commerciial protector [ 1140 W 850-557-0211 or
public input concerning RANGE 13 WEST, WASH- system sensing devices 850-415-6866. Ask for
the proposed Special Ex- INGTON COUNTY, FLOR- CIGAR TASTING!! Pasco or Carolyn
ception Type V as defined IDA. 3rd bid should include Join us for our
by the Washington County 31 12 Co Mdl Fall Cigar Tasting. Furniture & Mattresses
Land Development Code Parcel contains 159.4 ac- 4-12 x 12 Clopay Mdl November 24, Low, low, low overhead.
(LDC), and applied for by res more or less. 524W5 non-insulated 4:00pm-until. This is an guarantees low, low, low.
Blue Springs Acres, LLC, windload ribbed steel sec- event not to be missed! prices. P&S Discount Fur-'
the property ownerss. tional doors For more info email niture, Chipley. (Since
This Special Exception if Information concerning 2 Liftmaster Mdl T % antiquemall@wfeca.net 1973) 850638-4311
granted will allow for the this proposed develop- hsp commercial opener or call 850-638-2535.
location of a Mining Oper- ment and Application for with 1- 2 button remote Historic Chipley Antique
ation (Sand/Borrow Pit) to Special Exception are per opener Mall-1368 N. Railroad
be developed and oper- available for review at the 2 commercial protector
for Agriculture/Silviculture ning Commission Office at system sensing vice ... Christmas Craft & Yard
Future Land Use. 1331 South Boulevard, Christmas Craft & Yard
Suite 209, Chipley, Flor- All bids should include la- Sale- Wreaths, bows,
A public hearing to review ida. bor and materials. Greenhead. 8am-until,
the application for the G i Sat. & Sun., Nov. 24th &
Special Exception Type V Written bids will be ac- 25th.
will be held by the Wash- Pursuant to the provisions cepted at the Ebro Town
ington County Planning of the Americans with Dis- Hall beginning Monday Church Yard Sale- Satur-
Commission at 5:00 PM or abilities Act, any person November 26, 2007 until PETS & ANIIIALS day, November 24th,
as soon thereafter as pos- requiring special accom- Monday December 3, 2100- Pets 7:OOam-until. 1390
sible on December 4, modations to participate in 2007. If you have any 2110 Pets: Free to Foxworth Rd. Clothes,
2007, in the Commission- these meetings is asked questions you may con- Good Home dishes, furniture, toys,
ers Meeting Room located to advise the County at tact the clerk at 2120 Pet Supplies
at 1331 South Boulevard, 850-638-6200 at least 48 850-535-2842 during reg- 2130 Farm Animals/ misc.
Chipley, Florida. All in- hours before the meeting. 850-535-2842 during reg- Supplies For Sale- 1946 Willys
terested members of the "If any person decides to ular office hours. 2140- Pets/Livestock
public are encouraged to appeal any decision made As published in the Wanted Jeep. Runs & looks good.
attend, by the board, agency, or Washington County News -- $5,500 firm.
commission, with respect November 24, 28, 2007. New 20ft flatbed trailer.
A public hearing to review to any matter considered $1,850. 638-8722 or
the application for the at such meeting or hear- 2100OO 260-2858.
Special Exception Type V ing, he or she will need a For Sale: AKC Registered
will be held by the Wash- record of the proceedings, blood Hound puppies. Multi Family Yard Sale-
ington County Board of and that for such purpose, 1110-\ Champion Blood lines. Friday, Saturday, Sunday.
County Commissioners at he or she may need to en- COLOR SELLS! Ready for Christmas. Call 771 Main St., Chipley.
5:00 PM or as soon there- sure that a verbatim rec- 334-790-7861
after as possible on De- ord of the proceedings is Get Your Classified Rummage Sale- Saturday
member 20, 2007, in the made, which record in- 'Ad In
Commissioners Meeting cludes the testimony and COLORi. Full Breed Great Pyre- December 1st. 7:00am-
Room located at 1331 evidence upestimon which the Call now for details nees puppies. 8wks old Noon. First United Meth-
South Boulevard, Chipley, appeal is based." FS and be noticed for $200.00. Also, selling odist Church, Chipley.
Florida. All interested 286.0105 638-0212 mother for $100.00. For Lots of good items includ-
members of the public are As published in the Wash- or more information call ing some furniture items.
encouraged to attend. ington County News No- 547-9414 850-548-5898. sidewalk Sale
Public hearings may be member 24, 2007. .. Nov. 23-30. 1amuntil..
continued from time to
time as may be neces- The Town of Ebro will be S1368 N. Railroad
scary. accepting bids for a 1120 Ave. Lots of misc. Come
1ay a i2130check us out!
1 bid should include: CHRISTMAS FESTI Cow/lCalf pairs, black Ii-
VAL Dec 8 Vernon. mousin, $1,000. a pair. Yard Sale- Saturday, No-
Legal Description of, Par- 4-12 x 12 Clopay Mdl Need'craft vendorst-"' Black and red bulls member 24th, 7-12, 1391
cel: 524SW5 non-insulated set up fee $10.00. Call $1 200 to $ all Prim Rose Ln, Graceville.
windload ribbed steel sec- Ann 535-0670 or Betty $1,200. to $1,500.Ca Toys, children & adultC
THE EAST HALF OF THE tional doors Ann 535-9603 850-956-269 Toys, children & adults
tina oos535-9603 _____clothes, fishing gear, furni-
Hay For Sale! Fertilized ture, & athletic gear.
_________________ _______________________Argentina & Tifton 9, 4x5
Rolls, $35.00. Call Yard Sale- Saturday, No-
850-956-2019 or vember 24th. 506 Hwy 77,
850-956-2240 next to Anomaly Antique'
Store. 8:00-?.

3 Cemetery Plots in old,
division, Lot #273, in
Glenwood Cemetery,
0 I -Chipley, FL. Call for price.
S "" """' J'-, .. ", 3100 l-Antiques Wanted to Rent- Farm
77. 3110 Appliances
''- ..-. ... 3120 Arts & Crafts land in Graceville, Chip-
3130 Auctions ley, Bonifay area. Or
..... ,3140 Baby items pasture land for cows.
"'_-- .3150 Building Supplies Call anytime,
3160 Business 850-718-1859 or
Equipment 535-4602.
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
S 3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3210 Free Pass it On 3320
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales Leola Brock Nurseries
3240 Guns LLC Plants, trees and
03250 Good Things to Eat shrubs. Landscape de-
3280 Health & Fitness sign, landscape contract-
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280-Machinery/ ing, irrigation systems.
Equipment 1788 White Road, B6nifay,
3290 Medical Equipment FL 32425 (Washington
3300 Miscellaneous County) (850)638-1202;
3310 Musical Instnrments 326-1500
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)

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Healthcare 1 Bedroom Apartment in Home for Rent- Chipley, Mobile Homes for rent in 1999 Pioneer 16x80. Fir
Front Desk & Night Golden Flake Snack Chipley. Convenient loca- 2BR/1 BA house. $550/mo, Cottondale on Sapp Road, plan suitable for home or

Chilpey. nS D F 8002391462 Harris @ 547-9993I weed foH Tu, an d 6o c- usinc Apartments Apartments, Mobile ng.com m d 85-3
Auditorjob opening. Foods seeking to hire de Doctors office inB Help Wanted- interim tion. No pets. 638-4340 $300/dep. Water, sewage, 8 miles east of Chipley. office 4 br /2 ba very

ested please call (850) 6110 Apartments 2BR/1BA, water, garbage homes for rent....-
482-2770 or stop by 4306 6120 Beach Rentals & lawn care included. 4BR/2bath brick home for Nice 3BR/2BA Dou-
5th Avenue, Marianna, to 6130-Condo5 townhouse HUD not accepted. sale 850-547-5085 or blewide, Chipley, Wausau
apply. 6140 House Rentals 638-7128 850-547-2531 line. Fenced for horses. 35
6150 Roommate Wanted minutes to Panama City.
Looking for outgoing, en- 6160- aRooms for Rant For more information call
ergetic people, who ike to 6170 Mobile Home/Lot Graceland Manor Apart- Publisher's 850-892 1084
ergetic people, who like to 6180 Out-of-Town Rentals ments. Rental assistance N 85- 892-104 .
help others. You can join 6190 Timeshare Rentals on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms. Notice a 5 ARO MR NE
our team as a customer 6200 Vacation Rentals Handicapped and The Park at 2350 REREATONAL
wr a y e I service representative or a -it non-handicapped accessi- All real estate advertising in 3BR/1iBA $425H 800 nq& ice
tax professional. We are . l- ble apartments. 850 this newspaper is subject to 3BR/2BA $45081100 Antiquers & Coetibles
-263-4464, TDD/T-Y 711. the Fair Housing Act which 547-3746 8121 -CSpoils Utility Vehices
looking for experienced 005263-445 6 Brownt reet.7 makes it illegal to advertise 8130- Trucks
tax professionals and we ce or s Brow Street, dany preference, limitation or 8140 Vans
Joi A erca 1,250 square feet for both. housing authority race, color, religion, sex, 8150 Commercial
program Join America's Great location in down- 5 51 handicap, familial status or 8160 Motorcycles
P'W"LAIWAN D .^-- Bes & stoTaxsriep- national origin, or an inten- I Aut Parts
Best & Largest Tax Prep- town Bonifay, rent for Townhouse Apt for rent- n tion, to make any such pref- Ao esrts
aran C n tn $400. each. Call 2BR/1.5BA. Chipley. erence, limitation or dis- 8210-Boats
C&C Bookkeeping and Sod For Sale on the farm, Seasonal part-time and 850-547-3530 and $595/mth. 638-1918 crimination" Familial status 8220 Personal Watercraft
Tax Service. Open 5 days delivered or installed. Coastal Coatings- Jarrod, full-time positions availa- 850-547-5244. includes children under the 8230 -Sailboats
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call Centipede and 419 Bar- 8 5 0 8 1 9 6 6 9 2. ble starting December 10. age of 18 living with parents 8240 -SBoat & Marine
(850 )638-1483 muda. West Forida Turf Interior/exterior painting, Send resumes to ExecutiveOffice or legal custodians, preg- Supplies
(5)318(8 0 3 -8 0 Pesr washing. Free Sen d resume p tion Rnt fice sve nant women and people se- Cit A B ea-h. 8310- Sauplie
Ss l e 4 Pressure shin. resumes@rblce.com or space for lease on$ a mn n l8310 Aircraft/Aviation
(850415-0385. Established estimates. 9 years expert H&R Block,1 Brickyard Rd. Great b Ecuring custody of children 8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
1980nce. License & insured. 120 N. Wau- location across from 6140 under 18. 7100- Homes 8330 Campers & Trailers
nce. License & insured. kesha Street, Bonifay, FL ocation across from 7110 Beach Home/ 8340- Motorhomes
Headliners and Vinyl can depend on. Irrigated, $375. month plus 1st timing for real estate which is 7130- Condo/Townhouse
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the weed & pest controlled. Needed experienced Ap- Executive Office Space month and deposit. Lo- in violation of the law. Our 7140 Farms & Ranches
work at your home or Centipede and St. Augus- pliance Technician. Call for rent downtown Chip- coated on 179 near Hwy. 2. readers are hereby informed 7150 Lots and Acreage 8110s
workplace.Reasonable tine. Delivery and installa- Beasley Appliance @ ley. 638-1918 Call 850-956-2113 that all dwellings advertised 7160- Mobile Homes/Lots
wotioaR nae.a vaila s__________850-373-7150In this newspaper are availa- 7170 Waterfront 2005 Chevy Aveo, 4 cylin-
rates on new vinyltops tion available. 8 miles SW 850-373-7150 Office Space for Rent- 3 ble on a equal opportunity 7180 Investment der, auto, a/c, spoiler,
and auto carpeting. Free ling e. Cal any- Other private offices, 2nd floor. Bethlehem I1BR/bath basis. To complain of dis- Property alloys, more. Clear Title,
estimates. Call anytime,tomer adun CAE all o any Orthre- rON AC/carpeted. Dunn Build- Cabin, Hud approved, crimination call HUD toll-free 7190- Out-of-Town 4 m
leave message. (850) time. Billy and Leola Brock Tractor Work- Bushhogg- f s nc porc toil-free number for th hr 7200 T im esh $9,000. ie,3 mp,
638-7351 (850) 638-1202; 326-1500 ing, Grading, Disking. Mystery Shoppers, get ing. $350 plus tax. water sewage, garbage at 1-800-669-9777. The RealtEstate 40,00 850-547-2986
638e7r( 7-373-8922. paid to shop! Retail/dining 850-579-2821. $400. month and $200. ing impaired is leave message.
______________________ Paestablishments need un- 0. Deposit. Call n $ 1_ Eie927_9275 .______
-derercover clients to judge B 850-547-5195 1994/Cadillac Eldorada,
quality customer service. 7j100t excellent condition,
oChipleyEarn up to $150. a day. | 0 -.,rn, 147,000 miles, serviced
F or Rent first in Chipley, Call (888)-523-1013. ALL LARGE For rent: 3BR/1BA all ap- acfu te 426 2nd St., Chipley. 2/3 every 3,000 miles, new
washing, lawn carentry pressure Mini Warehouses. If youeroom We APARTMENTS-1 BR, pliances, blinds, south- bedroom, 2 bath,like brakes, hoses, belts.
& window re-screenng Do Lamr Townsend Sewing Machine and Trades $450 S/D $200. 2BR $500 west colors, ceiling fans, brand new, beautiful lot, $4000 547-2980 more in-
great rates. (850)638-4492 (850)634539 north of Vacuum Cleaner Repair S/D $250. Downtown deck, screened back 1290 sq. ft. 3 acres. Only formation, before 6p.m.
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