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Things to do in
Washington, Holmes and
Surrounding Counties

Chamber of
Commerce meets
The Washington County
Chamber of Commerce
held its monthly "Third
Thursday" breakfast
meeting this week, and
heard plans for a "Business
After Hours" event
including a chili supper.
Page 3

The debate is underway as
the season finale
approaches, Sunday at
Speedway. Will Jimmie
Johnson win his fifth race
in a row to close out the
season with 11 wins
overall? Will Dale
Earnhardt Jr. end his
drought this season and
leave Dale Earnhardt, Inc.,
as a winner?Or will Greg
Biffle extend his winning
streak at Homestead to
four in a row?
Page 5

Veterans honored
Vernon Elementary School
honored veterans.
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'Project Pipe' a step closer to coming to area

Managing Editor
The long-awaited "Project
Pipe" is a step closer to coming
to the County Industrial Park. The
report was delivered Thursday at
the regular meeting of the Wash-
ington County Board of County
County Engineer Cliff Knauer
told the Board that a new initial
site plan has been drawn up for the
proposed facility. The site plan is

for 25 acres and 95 percent free of
wetlands, which was not the case
with the original plan.
"The 25 acres have no wetlands
impact," Knauer said.
Chamber of Commerce Execu-
tive Director Ted Everett told the
Board that once the backers of the
project approved their end of the
agreement, then the state Depart-
ment of Environmental Protection
(DEP) could act on any wetlands
Once wetlands issues are dis-

posed of the backers can purchase
the rest of the IP property it needs.
Everett said that Chamber and the
project's backers are working as
quickly as possible to complete
the project.
In other economic development
news, the Lewis Bear distribution
facility is going up in Ebro. The
warehouse distribution center is
being built at Hwy. 79 and Strick-
land Road.
Much of the site prep work ap-
pears to be completed.

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Washington County celebrated its 45th annual Farm City Day banquet Thursday evening at
the Ag Center. The Gary Aukema family was named Farm Family of the Year, and the award
was sponsored by the Washington County Farm Bureau. The award was presented by Farm
Bureau President Bruce Christmas and County Agent Andy Andreasen.

Aukemas named Farm Family of the Year

Managing Editor
Washington County celebrated
its 45th annual Farm City Day
banquet Thursday evening at the
Ag Center. The Gary Aukema fam-
ily was named Farm Family of the
Year, and the award was sponsored
by the Washington County Farm
Bureau. The award was presented
by Farm Bureau President Bruce
The Aukemas are third-genera-

tion dairy farmers. "Gary has been
farming for the past 30 years," said
County Agent Andy Andreasen.
"In 2006, Gary and Karen pur-
chased their farm from his parents,
Art and Bonnie Aukema."
The Aukemas farm about 2,100
acres and produce milk, forage
and dairy cattle replacements
at their farm on Hwy. 90 in east
Washington County. They have
five children (Mandi, Mitzi, Lacey,
Kacey and Kenzey) and are active
members of the Church of Jesus

Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
"Gary Aukema and family are
truly deserving of this recogni-
tion and certainly a credit to our
county," Andreasen said.
Other awards were also pre-
*Outstanding Conservationist
(sponsored by Orange Hill Soil
Water Conservation District) was
presented by Atkinson to Joann
Gainer Walsingham. Walsingham

See FARM, page 2

Donna Dykes/WCN
New Habitat home goes to owners

N v I g ate the c o a The Sylvesters, mother and daughter, have a new home on 5th Street. The latest Habitat
HM Humanity home sponsored by the Chipola Area Board of Realtors was turned over to
FREEDO M family Thursday. More coverage Wednesday.
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Cliff Knauer and Ted Everett
show the site plan.

Pate new BOCC

chair, Holman

Managing Editor
Joel Pate and Eddie Holman
were unanimously elected as chair-
man and vice-chairman of the
Washington County Board of
County Commissioners Thursday.
The elections were held as part of
the annual reorganization meet-
The Board also approved reap-
pointing department heads and
liaisons with the individual depart-
ments. The Board also approved
rehiring County Administrator
Pete Herbert and County Attorney -
Gerald Holley.
The Board also heard a presenta-
,tion by Karen Schoen of the Green
Building Group (GBG). Schoen,
who is also president of the Sunny
Hills Civic Association, urged the
Board to adopt a "green manage-
ment plan" for Washington County
while the comprehensive plan is
being updated.
Schoen, who made a similar
presentation at Vernon City Coun-
cil several weeks ago (she said the
company is still pursuing its plans
in that area), told the Board that
adopting such a plan would increase
profitability, draw media attention
to the county as the possible first
"green county" in the state, and at-
tract grants based on using "green"
environmentally friendly building
material and methods.
Schoen recommended that the
Board work with the Florida Green
Building Coalition. The Board
could also learn the Florida Green
Local Government Standards,
designate a project coordinator, de-
termine criteria applicable to local
government and other actions.
Schoen said that research by the
GBG determined that the two major
short-term needs in the county were
affordable housing and housing for
the elderly. "You can get grants for
both by going green," she said.
Long term, by building "green'
standards into the comp plan Wash-
ington County could draw the right
kind of companies bringing jobs,
housing and education. This, she
said, would also increase the tax
base, decrease expenses, and in-
crease per capital income.
"Washington County needs rev-
enue," Schoen said. "Green brings
The Board also heard an update
on various projects from County
Engineer Cliff Knauer:
*The Orange Hill Road project
is completed. "I waited two years

See BOARD, page 2


Weekend Sports
Chipley High School girls' soccer team
won their first game of the season over
Sneads 5-0 Tuesday night.

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2, Washington County News, Saturday, November 17, 2007

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Outstanding Conservationist (sponsored by Orange
Hill Soil Water Conservation District) was presented
by Ken Atkinson to Joann Gainer Walsingham.

Jay Feisberg/WCN
Agriculture Service Award (sponsored by the Chi-
pley Kiwanis Club) went to Panhandle Veterinary
Clinic, owned by Drs. Ann Lindholm, Kim George
and Todd Anderson. Lindholm was on hand to
receive the award from the Rev. David Darrow of

Continued from page 1

to say it," Knauer said.
*Improvements have been
made in The Meadows sub-
division layout that satisfied
a local property owner. The
10-lot subdivision is planned
for the intersection of Kent
Road and Gilberts Mill Road.
The Board approved sending
the project on for approval,
with Commissioner Jerry
Sapp abstaining, as he is do-
ing land work on the site.
*There were 15 possible
bidders at the pre-bid meet-
ing for the Falling Waters
bike path. Bids go out Nov.
21 with bids awarded in
*Work is done on 2nd
Avenue in Wausau.
*Final surface improve-
ments are done on Creek and
Pioneer roads.
In other action, the
*Approved closing the
Vernon VFW as a polling
place. According to the con-
sent agenda the number
of voters using the VFW
has dropped. There are 196
voters who could use this
precinct and turnout is never
more than 30-40 percent.
The precinct map will be
*Heard new County For-

ester Daniel Young report
on the work of his depart-
ment. Young has six per-
sonnel who answered about
150 wildfire calls last year
that burned 299 acres. He
said the county was "pretty
lucky" in that respect due to
the ongoing drought over the
past few years.
*Approved having West
Florida Regional Planning
Council (WFRPC) complete
the Evaluation and Appraisal
Report (EAR) required by
the state and review the de-
mographic information to be
used for the comp plan up-
date. WFRPC would receive
$21,000 for this work out
of about $40,000 available.
Another $100,000 should
be available from DCA for
planning projects.
*Approved advertising
the sale of lots in Sunny
Hills. Some of the monies
raised from the sale would
be used to complete the
Sunny Hills Community
Center, which needs another
$66,000. The closing date
was also changed to Dec. 31
so the center would be on the
tax rolls for 2008.
*Heard from several of-
ficials who attended a state
health conference that no
funding is available for a
new main office for the
Washington County Health
Department. However, Her-

Livestock report
For the week ending Nov. 15, 2007:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled
$11,477 compared to $12,143 last week and $11,012 a year
ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Mar-
ket News Service, compared last week, slaughter cows and
bulls were steady to weak; feeder steers and heifers were
$1 to $3 higher.
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $120.00 190.00
300-400 lbs. $112.00 142.00
400-500 lbs. $ 99.00 122.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $115.00 185.00
300-400 lbs. $ 96.00 123.00
400-500 lbs. $ 83.00 108.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $42.00 46.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $54.00 60.00

bert said that funding could
be available to renovate
or lease a building for a
federally certified health
clinic. The application is due
Dec. 23. Under this program
$650,000 would be avail-
able the first year plus up to
$100,000 for renovations.
The Board discussed pos-
sible locations, including
old Vernon High School and
others in the south part of the
county. Former Vernon Place
is apparently going to the
Department of Corrections.
*Approved closing a
driveway to the Ross Cart-
er property on Firetower
*Approved letting Liberty
Church pay wages and fuel
for a County employee to use
County equipment to clear a
road for the church on his
free time. This is standard
County policy, according to
discussion by the Board.
*Heard Commissioner
Donnie Strickland request
using land-sale money to
investigate where equipment

and money could have gone
in Sunny Hills Municipal
Services Benefits Unit. Sun-
ny Hills resident Sal Zurica
told the Board that $194,000
(which includes a $94,000
loan) was missing. "If you
add up all the records it does
not add up," Zurica said.
Assistant Clerk Diane
Carter told the Board that
the auditor determined that
$100,000, part of dispute that
led the Board to fire MSBU
Director Glen Zanetic, was
used for MSBU purposes.
The $94,000 was borrowed
by the MSBU for building
purposes. "It's not 'missing,'
" Carter said.
*Heard Sunny Hills resi-
dent Lou Tracy report that
a number of roads there are
damaged and some are not
up to County standards. He
reminded the Board that it
agreed that all roads must
meet standards before the
County accepted the roads.
The Board asked Tracy to
provide a list for Knauer to

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1346 Jackson Avenue
'Chipley, FL 32428
t(850) 638-3688

Jay Felsberg/WCN
Outstanding Tree Farmer (sponsored by Chipley
Lions Club) was awarded to the Jon Gould family
by Marty Hinson. The Goulds were honored in 2006
as Outstanding Tree Farmers of Florida.

Continued from page 1

runs her 150-acre family
farm on Gainer Road with
the help of sons Josh Riley
and John Walsingham. She is
chairwoman of the Chipley
Woman's Club Conservation
Committee and is spearhead-
ing a water conservation
project. She is also a licensed
real estate agent with ERA
Chipola and drives a school
bus. She also owns and man-
ages another 40 acres in the
south of the county that was
the original Gainer home-
stead. In 2006 she received
recognition as a Century
Pioneer Family Farm. This
recognition means the family
has maintained continuous
ownership for at least 100
-Agriculture Service
Award (sponsored by the
Chipley Kiwanis Club) went
to Panhandle Veterinary
Clinic, owned by Drs. Ann

Lindholm, Kim George and
Todd Anderson. Lindholm
was on hand to receive the
award from the Rev. David
Darrow of Kiwanis. The firm
was praised for its commu-
nity spirit and service.
*Outstanding Tree Farmer
(sponsored by Chipley Li-
ons Club) was awarded to
the Jon Gould family by
Marty Hinson. The Goulds
were honored in 2006 as
Outstanding Tree Farm-
ers of Florida. They own
and manage a 528-acre tree
farm in the western part of
the county where they grow
loblolly, longleaf and slash
pine, as well as mixed natu-
ral hardwoods. The family
has managed timberlands for
53 years.
Master of ceremonies was
Judge Colby Peel. Members
of the Florida Fire Ants 4-
H Club led the Pledge of
Allegiance. Entertainment
was by the Webb family and
LynnZee Webb.


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Concurrency subject of Chamber breakfast

Managing Editor
School concurrency is
a hot topic in Washington
County. Joe Taylor of the
School District Central Of-
fice was on hand Thursday at
the monthly meeting of the
Holmes County Chamber of
Commerce to give members
an update on the issue. Tay-
lor delivered a similar ad-
dress at the Chipley Kiwanis
Club earlier in the week.
Senate Bill SB 360 (which
goes into effect in 2008) is
the most recent state legisla-
tion to address concurrency.
Taylor told the Chamber
that SB 360 makes schools
part of county infrastructure,
which in effect means that
providing student stations
is as important as making
sure water, sewer and roads
are in place before the state
Department of Community
Affairs allows major land-
use changes.
"Any development must
show school capacity in
the district before there is
a land-use change," Taylor

Joe Taylor

said. "This is a dead serious
matter." Taylor noted that
this does not affect smaller
developments, but does af-
fect major ones that could
add large numbers of stu-
dents to a school system.
Dead serious enough,
Taylor said, that the school
district is a major player in
the development matrix, and
must be consulted by major
developers seeking land-use
changes if their develop-
ments could bring large
numbers of new students.
"The school board in

a lot of ways has the final
say," Taylor said. "It (SB
360) makes the school board
responsible for all of this. If
you don't have the capacity
it doesn't get done."
State regulations also
have a bigger impact on a
poor rural county like Wash-
ington County because the
local school district is more
dependent on state funds
than wealthier districts along
the Gulf Coast. Washington
County only pays 23 percent
of its school budget with
local taxes, while coastal
counties pay upwards of 90
percent plus with their own
tax monies.
"The state can say do
not issue permits," Taylor
said. "DCA (Department
of Community Affairs) has
pretty much said do not issue
Taylor also noted pres-
sure on the school district to
meet mandatory class sizes.
For the 2009-10 school year
Washington. County must
have no more than 18 stu-
dents per kindergarten class,
22 for grades 4-8, and 25 for

high school. "There is no
leeway," Taylor said.
The school board is also
not planning to use modular
buildings or relocatables.
"We believe in bricks and
mortar," Taylor said. "One
hundred percent permanent
student capacity is our goal."
The district's capital im-
provement project at Vernon
Elementary School (paid for
with the two mils set aside
for capital improvement)
will not add classrooms.
The need for more class-
rooms may come up anyway,
as major developers are
building rooftops in Sun-
ny Hills. Taylor noted that
about 15,000 units are under
development and that DCA
vested Sunny Hills, meaning
that it is not subject to con-
currency requirements. The
developments also do not
require land-use changes, so
they would not be subject to
DCA anyway.
County Planner Lynda
Waller also gave an over-
view of various state regu-
lations and their effect on

Saturday, November 17, 2007 Washington Uounty News, a

Chamber holds 'Third Thursday'

breakfast meeting

Managing Editor
The Washington County Chamber of Commerce held
'its monthly "Third Thursday" breakfast meeting this
week and heard plans for a "Business After Hours" event
including a chili supper.
Chairwoman Zena Corbin of the Events and Activi-
ties Committee said the event is planned for Arcadian
Hardwoods' warehouse from 4-6 p.m. on Dec. 13. The
facility is situated across from the West Point Home plant
on Mary Helen Drive.
The Bank of Bonifay is sponsor of the "Chili Calcutta."
Members are asked to bring their favorite chili recipe and
BOB will provide everything else. For information, call
Corbin at 258-3874 or 638-8987.
Corbin said the event is designed so Chamber mem-
bers and others from the area can meet in a relaxed,
informal setting to enjoy each other's company and get
acquainted. "You find that the Chamber is a group of
people dedicated to making Washington County a better
place," Corbin said.
The Chamber also presented several awards:
*First Presbyterian Church is Yard of the Month. Pas-
tor, the Rev. David Darrow accepted the award.
*Bronze Awards went to Laney's Accounting and Gulf
Coast Electric Co-Op.
*A Silver Award went to The Goulding Agency. Paul
Goulding accepted the award.
*A New Business Certificate went to Lake Pointe

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First Presbyterian Church is Yard of the Month. The
Rev. David Darrow (right) accepts the award from
John Foster of the Chipley Garden Club.



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A Silver Economic Development Award went to The
Goulding Agency. Paul Goulding (right) accepted
the award from Gary Clark.


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July 22, 2007,11:30 p.m.
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The Washington County Sheriffs Office values and recognizes the need for pub-
lic assistance in tracking missing persons. If you have information regarding
the whereabouts of the above missing person report it to the Washington
County Sheriff's Office at (850) 638-6111.

4, Washington County News, Saturday, November 17, 2007



Washington County
Sheriff's Department ar-
rest report for the week of
November 5 12, 2007.
Sherry Bass: w/f,
1/15/69; Chipley; Coffee
County, Ala. warrant; ar-
rested 11/5.
Benjamin Best: w/m,
8/28/79; Chipley; violation
of probation on controlled
substance; arrested 11/5.
George Biddle: w/m,
11/11/65; Chipley; contempt
of court; arrested 11/5.
Randall Blair: w/m,
10/8/51; Bonifay; violation
of probation on possession
of cocaine; arrested 11/6.
Brian Brewer: b/m,
3/10/87; Bonifay; Bay
County warrant for robbery;
arrested 11/7.
Christopher Cook: w/
m, 12/17/66; Bonifay; ag-
gravated assault, battery;
arrested 11/11.
Melodie Corley: w/f,
8/26/67; Chipley; Jackson
County warrant for shoplift-
ing; arrested 11/9.
Robert Fowler: w/m,
6/23/78; Chipley; possession
of paraphernalia, possession
of controlled substance, vio-
lation of probation; arrested
Jason Holley: w/m,
11/27/74; Bonifay; battery;

arrested 11/11.
Teresa Holley: w/f,.
11/15/76; Bonifay; battery;
arrested 11/11.
David Land: w/m,
5/3/58; Chipley; battery; ar-
rested 11/11.
Michael Logue: w/m,
2/21/72; Chipley; Franklin
County warrant for violation
of Game and Fish Commis-
sion rules; arrested 11/9.
John Loria: w/m,
8/16/82; Vernon; Bay Coun-
ty warrant for passing forged
instrument; arrested 11/5.
Dayna Nettles: w/f,
1/23/84; Caryville; Holmes
County warrant for posses-
sion of cocaine; arrested
Von Noyes: w/m,4/30/72;
Chipley; Bay County war-
rant for possession of co-
caine; arrested 11/5.
Billy Padgett: w/m,
12/8/71; Chipley; petit theft;'
arrested 11/12.
Dallas Pettis: w/m,
9/26/80; Chipley; Bay Coun-
ty warrant for tag attached;
arrested 11/6.
Lisa Pitts: w/f, 7/8/74;
Bonifay; battery;, arrested
Shawn Raines; w/m,
4/14/82; Cotton,dale; Hol-
mes County warrant for
misdemeanor charges; ar-

rested 11/5.
Yvette Richards: w/
f,4/10/62; Chipley; fraud and
violation of probation out of
Texas; arrested 11/8.
Jenna Tolin: w/f, 5/22/67;
Marianna; possession of co-
caine; arrested 11/6.
Robert Tomlinson: w/m,
4/1/66; Bonifay; driving
while license suspended
or revoked permanently
revoked and fraud; arrested
Edwin Villarrel: h/m,
10/30/69; Chipley; failure
to register as sex offender;
arrested 11/8.
Derek Watson: w/m,
1/17/82; Southport; viola-
tion of Game and Fish rules;
arrested 1-1/8.
Timothy Wells: w/m,
2/7/70; Bonifay; battery; ar-
rested 11/11.

Library news
As a reminder, the Wash-
ington County Library will
be closed in remembrance
of the week of Thanksgiv-
ing, Nov. 19-23.
*A Book Sale, sponsored
by the Chipley Friends of the
Library, is being held on Sat-
urday, Nov.17 from 9- noon
at the Little Historic Library
on Fifth Street in Chipley.

Service Nov. 20
The Chipley Ministerial
Association will sponsor the
annual Community Thanks-
giving Service on Tuesday,
Nov. 20 at 7 p.m.
First Baptist Church of
Chipley will be the host
church and Bro. Mike Vos-
brink, chaplain at Washing-
ton Correctional Institution
and pastor at Country Oaks
Baptist Mission will be the
speaker. Special music will
be provided by the host
A freewill offering will
be taken to support the Tran-
sient Ministry of the Chipley
Ministerial Association. Ev-
eryone is invited to attend.

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 contact-
ing Darrin Wall at 415-4201.
Expected delivery is in early

Wausau Christmas
Parade Dec. 8
The annual Wausau
Christmas Parade is Dec. 8
at 10 a.m. Santa is going to
be at the Possum Palace after
the parade to greet the kids
with goodie bags.
Town Council is sponsor-
ing a Christmas Bazaar with
local vendors displaying
their arts and crafts.
Anyone wishing to enter
the parade or be a vendor
please contact Margaret
Riley at 638-1781.

Farmers market
closed for season
The following is from
Colin Adcock of the Wash-
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the last day of the Fall Farm-
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again sometime in March.
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"The public's support of
the Farmer's Market is much
appreciated. We look for-
ward to the spring season.
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comments concerning the
farmers market or the hours
of operation please contact
me at the Washington Coun-
ty Extension Office."

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of the three performances;
Friday, Nov. 30, Saturday,
Dec. 1 starting at 7 p.m.
and Sunday, Dec. 2 at 6
p.m. First Baptist Church is
situated at 1300 South Blvd.
Call 638-1830.

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Ford Ford Ford Frank
400 300 200 Kimmell

Haas gets 24 months
Gene Haas was sentenced to ning in 2008.
24 months in federal prison At a sentencing hearing
today for conspiring to cheat the Monday, a judge ordered Haas to
government out of millions of report to federal court Jan. 14,
dollars in taxes owed by his when he will be transported to
company, the Ventura County prison.
Star reported Tuesday. "Mr. Haas has now paid the
At the request of Haas' government more than twice the
lawyers, the judge recommend- amount of taxes he attempted to
ed the owner of Oxnard-based avoid paying," U.S. Attorney
Haas Automation Inc. undergo Thomas P. O'Brien said in a
treatment for drugs and alcohol. statement.
Haas is the owner for the "This huge monetary penal-
Nos. 66 and 70 Haas CNC ty, as well as the two-year prison
Racing stock cars in the Nextel term, should reassure law-abid-
Cup Series. Jeremy Mayfield, ing citizens that tax evasion can
who recently replaced Jeff Green and will be rooted out, and that
in the No. 66, and Johnny Sauter there are significant ramifica-
are the team's drivers. Scott tions for those who attempt to
Riggs will replace Sauter, begin- cheat the government," he said.

Will Petty join GEM?

George Gillett Jr. speaks
with a sense of awe whenever he
mentions the name of Richard
"There is a little tremble in
my voice when I talk to him,"
Gillett said Sunday at Phoenix
International Raceway. "He is
The King -- and that's not a title
somebody gave him, it's some-
thing he earned."
Gillett, who took over major-
ity ownership of what is now
known as Gillett Evernham
Motorsports on Aug. 6, has been
involved in talks with Petty for
months about possibly incorpo-
rating Petty Enterprises into his

RidiNq The


Driver Dave Blaney
Owner. Bill Davis
Points: 2724
Points out of 34th: 11
Points ahead of 36th: 136,
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty
35 Bill Davis
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Dietrich Mateschitz

new racing operation. Those
talks aren't really ongoing at the
moment; but they aren't dead,
either, according to both parties.
Gillet said Sunday that he's
still willing to listen if The King
wants to hold court. Earlier, Petty
said that he's still willing to listen
to anyone who might help better
his family-owned business -- but
not at the price of giving up the
"family-owned" portion of it.
Gillett pointed out that GEM
will continue a business relation-
ship with Petty Enterprises that
began before he assumed majori-
ty control of the company from
Ray Evernham.

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


Homestead-Biffle Speedway

0 Roush-Fenway driver could win his fourth race in a row at Miami

The debate is underway as the season finale approaches, Sunday
at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Will Jimmie Johnson win his fifth race in a row to close out the
season with 11 wins overall?
Will Dale Eamhardt Jr. end his drought this season and leave
Dale Earnhardt, Inc., as a winner?
Or will Greg Biffle extend his winning streak at Homestead to
four in a row?
The one feeling'the most pressure about Sunday is probably
Biffle's new crew chief, Greg Erwin, who took over for Pat Tryson
this past May.
Erwin has the confi-
dence in what his driver
can do, but that doesn't
keep him from feeling the
pressure to win despite
winning this past October
in Kansas.
"There is the pressure
that you have going there,
certainly what you put on
yourself," said Erwin.
"Greg's three-for-three at
Homestead so everybody
will be looking at you as a
guy that will potentially ',
get the job done over the
"Honestly, I wish I "
could sit here and say that
we were a little bit more ,
on a roll with our mile- *
and-a-half program. But "
other than how that z "
Kansas race shook out for
us, I've been less than
impressed with our mile-
and-a-half performance at
Charlotte, Texas, and
Atlanta." ,
Sunday in Phoenix,
Biffle and Erwin seemed
to find a working combi-
nation as they finished
second to Johnson. "
But it wasn't an easy
race for them as at one
point of the race Biffle
was as far back as 26th in
the Ford Fusion.
"I struggled all day
with the car not turning
and then loose in," said
Biffle following the race.
"We just kept doing air'
pressure and wedge
adjustments and all kinds
of different things.
"At the end we got
onto something I wish we
would have done at the ,



2006 Pole Winner
Jeff Gordon 134.464 mph
2006 Race Winner
Kevin Harvick 91.131 mph
Track Qualifying Record
Rusty Wallace 134.718 mph
Track Race Record
Tony Stewart 118.132 mph

beginning instead and felt we may have won this thing?"
SOn the final restart Biffle was seventh and ended up running out
of laps as he was closing in on Johnson.
So what makes Biffle such a strong driver at Homestead-Miami
"It is just one of those places that must fit his driving style,
whether it's the way the banking is or the way the corners are laid
out. I think you see that throughout the garage area, how there's guys
that just tend to always dominate at certain places," said Erwin.
"Rusty Wallace dominated at Bristol and Martinsville, look at how
well Kevin Harvick's ran historically at Phoenix, and Richmond, and
.. "I. don't think
EX TL there's anything about
the cars or the setups. As
much information as I
can get my hands on
over tht last couple of
races there for him, he's
won there with a couple
of different setups. So I
think there is something
that must just fit his
comfort level and his
Driving style."
Sunday the most
critical thing for Erwin
is how the car maintains
"What's happened
to our cars over the last
few weeks, we tend to
start off pretty strong at
the start of the race,"
said Erwin. "It seems
that we get our setups
really good when the
tracks are a little cooler,
when the cars tend to be
"When they're by
themselves, they tend to
qualify really well. But
it seems as if we have
any pit road miscues or
problems on pit road or
mechanical issues that
set us back in traffic, our
car loses grip a little bit'."
Erwin is hoping a
practice strategy will
change all of that.
"We are going to
work really hard on
making a good long run
on half a fuel run in
Happy Hour to make
sure that as the tires go
away, the car stays dri-.
vable for him," said.
Erwin. "We have strug-
gled with that a little
a IIbit."

I ~


After Checker Auto Parts 500

Jimmie Johnson
Jeff Gordon
Clint Bowyer .
Kyle Busch
Tony Stewart
Mattt Kenseth
Kevin Harvick
Jeff Burton
Carl Edwards
Kurt Busch


After Arizona Travel 200

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

After Casino Arizona 150

Behind Driver
Leader 1. Mike Skinner
-571 2. Ron Homaday
-765 3. Travis Kvapil
-772 4. Todd Bodine
-970 5. Johnny Benson
-1,115 6. Rick Crawford
-1,197 7. Ted Musgrave
-1,297 8. Matt Crafton
-1,324 9. Jack Sprague
-1,329 10. Erik Damell


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

Turn 3 Backstretch: 1,760 feet / 40 Tr 2
Turn 3 Turn 2

1 8-200 18-200
18-20tstreth 18-200

Frontstretch: 1,760 feet / 4

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Lady Tigers win opening game
Chipley High School
girls' soccer team won their
first game of the season over
Sneads 5-0 Tuesday night.
The first half was a de-
fensive struggle with strong-
play from fullbacks Kayla
Stewart, Amber Lunsford, .
and Ashton Jacks. In the '
second half Chipley ex-
ploded offensively with the
first goal just three minutes
into the half on a corner
kick from Ericka Provost
that Allison Ellis drilled in
the goal.
The next goal came .
quickly as Kylie Mulrain
scored off an assist from was scored by Ellis with an then scored on a corner kick
Ellis. Goal number three assist from Provost. Provost that she angled into the goal.

of season
Mulrain then finished with
the last goal with an assist
from freshman Michaela
Bruner. Hannah Guettler,
one of the top returning goal-
keepers in Northwest Florida
had another outstanding
game with a shutout and
nine saves.
The Chipley Lady Tigers
are beginning their fifth
year in the program and are
seeking to improve on their
district runner up finish last
year. The Lady Tigers played
Thursday at 5 p.m. at Phil-
lip Roundtree Stadium in
Photos and article cour-
tesy of Paula Ellis.

When does the

season end?
The NASCAR season has
become so grueling that it'
hard to determine where it
starts and where it ends.
For instance, does it be-
gin with the Daytona 500,
because that's an official
point race? Or the Budweiser
Shootout, run a week earlier
with a field limited by the
previous season's qualifying
performances? Or January
test sessions? Or Lowe's
Motor Speedway's media
Does it end with Sunday's
Ford 400 at Homestead-Mi-
ami Speedway? Or at the
awards banquet afterwards
at New York City's Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel?
Over the next few weeks,
when various of the sport's
best and brightest are scam-
pering about with. wives
and girlfriends at various
upscale resorts, for them
it will be over. Back at the
antiseptic team complexes
- nowadays they look more
like vast military war rooms
than garages plans will be
discussed and implemented
for 2008. Engineers will
huddle, potential sponsors
will be wined and dined,
and fans will stroll through
the interactive "experiences"
designed to separate them
from their money.
For the media, there will
be highlights shows and
reviews to edit and write.
Predictions so many that
some are bound to wind up
looking ridiculous will
be made. Men and women
with little in common beside
being lunkheads will dress
up, have their hair done and
look into cameras acting, to
borrow my late father's term,
"like they're somebody."
What's going to happen
next year? First, one should
try to figure what happened
this year.
Chevrolet won more races
than ever, the most -in all
the years General Motors
has been around NASCAR.
Yet, particularly when the
so-called Car of Tomor-
row is in use, there is virtu-
ally no difference between
the makes. What does that



Monte Dutton

mean? That Chevrolet has
the best teams.
Toyota arrived on the
scene, and for a year, it was
much to do about nothing.
The arrival of a foreign man-
ufacturer on the NASCAR
shores roughly translated
to about the same impact as
an expeditionary force from
Bermuda landing on the
Outer Banks. The Camrys
were crushed. They had the
worst teams. They won't get
crushed next year, though.
Tony Stewart, Kyle Busch
and Denny Hamlin will be
driving them. The cavalry
charge of Joe Gibbs Racing
will make the worst teams
look even worse.
The irresistible force,
Jimmie Johnson, dislodged
the immovable object, Jeff
Gordon. Victories meant
more than consistent fin-
ishes, which was always an
avowed intent of the Chase
but wasn't ever coherently
achieved until this year.
Then again, Dale Earnhardt
Jr. didn't make it. Perhaps
NASCAR will leave an al-
ready contrived system alone
and let Hendrick Motofsports
take care of that marketing
setback next year.
Wonder if stock-car rac-
ing will be like country
music, which was a lot better
when the faces were uglier.
You can reach
Monte Dutton at
mdutton @gastongazette.

Chipola plays
Monday at home
The top-ranked Chipola
College Indians host St. Pe-
tersburg College, Monday,
Nov. 19, at 7 p.m., in the
Milton H. Johnson Health
The Chipola Little Indians
-are scheduled to perform dur-
ing halftime.
The Indians (4-0) are un-
defeated and ranked first in
the state and national polls.
For the latest scores, call

WCOA Christmas
luncheon Dec. 12
Washington County Coun-
cil on Aging will hold its an-
nual Christmas program and
luncheon from 10 a.m. to
1:30 p.m., Dec. 12 at the Ag
Center in Chipley.
Entertainment will be pro-
vide by the Webb family of
Chipley. There will also be
door prizes. Anyone needing
transportation should call the
Council on Aging by Dec. 5
to make arrangement. Call
638-6216 or 638-6217.
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Submitted photo
Judge Colby Peel (left) questions Frank Cumbaa
about his life and Kiwanis membership.

Kiwanis Club of Chipley
at its weekly meeting Tues-
day, Nov. 13, supported the
annual Farm & City Day
Banquet by presenting a
check to Andy Andreasen,
County Extension Director
IV Agriculture, to help
with expenses.
This annual event was
held Nov. 15 to honor
members of the Washington
County agricultural industry
and to recognize award-
winning farms in a variety
of categories. Kiwanis has
supported programs over
many years that encourage
the youth growing up on
farms to expand their per-
sonal skills and further their
educational achievements.
Frank Cumbaa, senior
member of Kiwanis, was
featured in an interview at
this week's meeting. He
was interviewed by Judge
Colby Peel about his fam-
ily, his US Air Force career
and retirement, service as
the Recreation Director for
the City of Chipley, and
many years supporting youth
programs throughout Wash-
ington County. Cumbaa is
well known within Kiwanis
for taking top sales honors
in fruit sales, other fund
raising events and as a cook
of unique skills at the annual
pancake breakfast.
The meeting program
was highlighted with pre-
sentations from the Active
Employer Council about
community-wide job op-

Fall Farm Days
The annual Fall Farm
Days even t tMajestic Oak
Farm in Cottondale will
continue through Novem-
ber. Proceeds benefit "I Can
Grow, Inc."
School class field trips are
welcome to the event which
is held each day from 9 a.m.

Submitted photo
Andy Andreasen receives check from LaMerle
Feitsma for Kiwanis contribution to Annual Farm
City Banquet.

Submitted photo
Myrtle Kent (left), Sandy Prichard (center), and
Roymonia Robinson take questions from the au-
dience after their presentations at the Tuesday
Kiwanis meeting.

portunities for persons with
disabilities who are ready,
willing, and able to work
on a fulltime or part-time
Myrtle Kent, employment
specialist, spoke first about
the process of matching
a prospective employee's
skills and experience with
appropriate jobs. When
employers select a job to be
filled by the Active Employ-
er Council, only people who
can do the work after train-
ing will be introduced to the
employer. Once selected,
new employees are trained
in specific tasks through a
joint effort of the AEC and
the employer. Kent empha-
sized that trained employees
are highly productive, loyal,
responsible and reliable.
Speaking second, Roy-
monia Robinson, VR coun-

to dusk.
I Can Grow is a nonprofit
program established in 2002.
It was created with the vi-
sion of providing seasonal
employment in the field of
agriculture for individuals
with disabilities.
There will be apple bob-
bing and orchard tours, pedal
cart rides, animal observa-

selor, introduced the U.S.
Department of Labor pro-
gram known as the "Work
Opportunity Tax Credit"
that provides tax credits to
employers when new em-
ployees move from various
welfare programs to gainful
employment. The tax credit
can be up to $2,400 for the
employer, plus other tax
credits for job training pro-
grams, educational opportu-
nities and new job creation.
There is also a $1,200 tax
credit for new summer youth
hires, plus a $9,000 credit for
each new long-term family
assistance recipient hired
over a two-year period. The
tax benefits are also in addi-
tion to gaining a skilled and
reliable employee.
The third speaker was
Sandy Pritchard, execu-
tive director of AEC, who

tion areas and feeding at 9
a.m. and 6 p.m. Weekend
activities will include fish-
ing, hay rides four times
a day, and a cider making
Visitors make a $5 dona-
tion with children three and
under admitted free. To learn
more about I Can Grow visit

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related success stories and
highlighted the variety of
jobs that can be performed
by persons with disabilities.
She further challenged the
Kiwanians to share infor-
mation about the programs
with employers throughout
the community and help
people with disabilities to
achieve their personal goals
of meaningful work, finan-
cial sustainment from wages
earned, and to achieve a bet-
ter quality of life for them
and their families.
AEC can be contacted at
638-7517 to learn more about
improving the opportunities
for gainful employment for
an important segment of our
The Kiwanis Club of
Chipley has been serving
the youth of Washington
County for over 65 years,
and last year provided finan-
cial support to more than 30
recipient groups/activities.
The Club meets Tuesdays
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Saturday, November 17, 2007 Washington County News, 7


Mentors needed
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.
Take Stock in Children mentors include Gov. Jeb Bush,
state and local government employees, senior citizens,
homemakers as well as members of prominent corporations
and community organizations. They come from a variety
of backgrounds and occupations. The one thing all mentors
have in common is a love of children. A mentor is a trusted
friend, an advisor and a role model.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please call
either Don Walters at 850-527-9274 or Nancy LyBrand at
850-638-8565. For more information on the Take Stock in
Children Program, go to takestockinchildren.com.

Library board meets
Panhandle Public Library Cooperative System will hold
a board meeting Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. in the PPLCS office in

Crabb at Grace and Glory
Grace and Glory Worship Center will host Gerald Crabb
in services on Sunday, Nov. 18 at 11 a.m. and on Monday,
Nv. 19 at 7 p.m. Crabb is the father and founder of The
Crabb Family Southern Gospel Group as well at the Num-
ber one song writer in southern gospel music. The church
is at 1328 Railroad Ave., Chipley. Call 415-0470 for more

Grand opening
Exclusive Gentlemen will hold a grand opening celebra-
tion at 10 a.m., Nov. 17, in the Graceville Outlet Mall in
Graceville. They have an assortment of mens and boy's
apparel and women's accessories available.

Christmas Tour of Homes
The annual Christmas 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 located at
607 Fifth Str. in Chipley where tour maps and refreshments
will be available.
Tickets are $8 for adults and teens and $5 for ages 5-12.
They may be purchased in advance from a Woman's Club
member or by calling 638-8889. They also will be available
at the clubhouse on the day of the tour.

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The Planning Commission of the City of Chipley, Flori-
da, will conduct a Public Hearing in the City Hall Coun-
cil Chambers, at 1442 Jackson Avenue, on Thursday,
November 29, 2007 at 9:00 a.m. The purpose of the
hearing is to review and consider the following request:
1. Request for a Variance: The purpose is to allow a
tenant leasing a building for a business downstairs, to
live upstairs above the business. Parcel ID#: 00-1371-
0000. Location: 795 Main Street. Petitioner: Barbara
Payne. Legal Description: Sec 4, Township 4, Range 13,
Chipley, FL, Washington County.
The subject property is more specifically designated in
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All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to
attend the public hearing. Any inquiries regarding the
hearing or any person requiring a special accommoda-
tion because of a disability or physical impairment, in-
cluding speech or hearing impairments, should contact
the City Administrator's Office at least (3) calendar days
prior to the hearing.
Jim Lassiter
Code Enforcement Officer

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Submitted photo
A few VES third graders who shared patriotic readings during the program.

Veterans honored at VES

Administration, students,
teachers, staff, parents, vet-
erans and active military
were in attendance at Vernon -
Elementary School Nov. 9 ..
as third grade students ex- -
pressed their thankfulness to C -
local veterans.
During the presentation, a .. .
color guard presented the col-
ors, several students shared
patriotic readings about the
entire class sang a selection J
of songs highlighting their ..
allegiance to America and the Submitted photo
American Flag. Smiles and Third grade students
"goosebumps" were plenti- Submitted photo at Vernon Elementary,
ful at the program and a true Cody Collins proudly Paige Barfield and Kate-
sense American gratitude waves his American lyn Riley, contribute to
was displayed. flag. the patriotic spirit.
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5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Open house was held at
People's Community Bank
in Chipley.
Chipley High School
marching band received all
"superiors" at the annual
Florida Bandmasters' As-
sociation marching band as-
sessment in Panama City.
Washington County
Scholarship Trust Fund gave
scholarships to 21 students
during a ceremony at Pattil-
lo's Restaurant.
Commissioner of Agri-
culture Charles Bronson
purchased a pumpkin for
his daughter while visiting
the 4-H pumpkin patch in
A turkey dressing cas-
serole was served at the an-
nual Fall Festival hosted by
Kate M. Smith Elementary
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Twisters touched down in
a half-dozen sites in Wash-
ington County. No injuries
were reported but there was
considerable property dam-
Thirteen senior adults
from First Baptist Church in
Chipley made a trip to Pigeon
Forge in Tennessee where
they attended a Senior Adult
Bert Fervezzi III won
first and second places in
the logo contest held as part
of Teen Court's one-year an-
Annie Merle Benson, a
retired teacher, was treated
to a special program featur-
ing children using phonics.
She had spent the better part
of her career teaching area
children to read through
Three visiting dentist's
cleaned and checked the
teeth of nearly 200 Head
Start kids.
15 YEARS AGO, 1992
KMS students toured the
Florida Egg Laying Test fa-
cility with Dr. Bruce Christ-
mas as guide. The tour was
sponsored by Washington
County Farm Bureau.
B. C. George of Bonifay
was called to lead more than
500 members of the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day
Saints in the Holmes and
Washington County area.
Two Florida panther kit-
tens were taken from the wild
by researchers. The male and
female pair would live at the
Jacksonville Zoo where they
were expected to take part in
a captive breeding program
to save the Florida panther
from extinction.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Members of a commit-
tee to review applications
for the position of Chipley
police chief were Mayor
R.C. (Buddy) Mitchell and

Submitted photo
All of Vernon Elementary School joins together to honor veterans.


CHS drama
Chipley High School
Drama Department an-
nrounces a special visit from
Charlie Brown coming
Friday evening Nov. 30, to
the Chipley High School
Auditorium at 7 p.m.
You're A Good Man
Charlie Brown features
the musical antics of
Snoopy, Linus, Schroeder,
Lucy, Sally, and, of course,
the ever-hopeful Charlie
Seating is limited to 370
seats. Tickets are $7 per
person and can be reserved
by calling 638-6100 ext.

Heritage books
A shipment of 125 addi-
tional copies of the popular
Heritage of Washington
County book has arrived,
according to Perry Wells.
"This represents a third
-printing of the fast-selling
books," he said.
Books are available
by calling Wells at 850-
638-1016 or by mailing
perry 1000@bellsouth.net.
Price of the book remains
the same, $64.20 for those
picked up in Chipley, and
$70 for those mailed. Wells
will mail your book.

Board meets
Washington County
Transportation Disadvan-
taged Coordinating Board
will hold its quarterly board
meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 20, at the Washing-
ton County Administrative
Building, 1331 South Blvd.,
For more information,
call Julia Pearsall at 1-800-
226-8914, ext. 231, or email
pearsallj @ wfrpc.org.
The next local coordinat-
ing board meeting will be
Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2008, at
10 a.m.

Chipley Christmas
parade Dec. 1
Plans are being made for
Chipley's annual Christmas
Parade to be held Saturday,
Dec. 1, at 3:30 p.m. Any-
one interested in being in
the parade needs to fill out a
entry form.
Line-up will be at 2:30
p.m. at the old Historic Chi-
pley High School football
parking lot on Railroad Av-
For parade information
and/or to get an entry form,
contact the Washington

County Chamber of Com-
merce at 639-4157 or you
may stop by the Chamber
office which is located at 685
7th Street.

4-H recruiting
Washington County 4-H
is currently accepting enroll-
ment applications.
If you are interested, call
the UF/IFAS Washington
County Extension Office at


Come and Play in Bonifay, It's Worth the Drive!
m. 850-547-4653 0
1934 Country Club Drive Bonifay
Chuck & Connie Mason, New Owners




326-1792 *

Dr. Samuel Miller

councilmen Charles Adams
and David Carswell.
Henry Duey and Steven
Smith received conservation
awards at the annual Farm-
City banquet.
Jim Gillece of Sunny Hills
was king of the fryng pan at
a pancake breakfast to raise
funds for his town's fire
department. He cooked the
Quillen Green completed
his first month on the job as
Ebro's police chief.
45 YEARS AGO, 1962
Clayton Owens of Chi-
pley FFA received 35 cents
a pound for his prize 860-
pound steer which had placed
third at the Pensacola Inter-
state Fair.
Floyd B. Owen, a Chipley
native, was elected president
of the Florida State Chamber
of Commerce.
Reporting on Chipley's
60-0 loss to Milton (10-0), a
sportswriter said: "It was one
of those games when nothing
goes right."
55 YEARS AGO, 1952
Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Mc-
Geachy and Mrs. Jim Sellers
spent the weekend in Atlanta,
Ga., as guests of the Rev. and
Mrs. Denton Coker.
Ida Adams spent the
weekend in Marianna as
guest of her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
C.O. Hughson.
Mr. and Mrs. Euless Wat-
ford attended the Georgia-
Florida game in Jackson-
Mrs. C.T. Gauthier and
daughter, Linda, of Pen-
sacola were guests of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Kent of Orange Hill.
75 YEARS AGO, 1932
Mrs. Crate Colefman, and"'
Mrs. Fred Coleman visited
in Dothan, Ala., one after-
Also making a trip to
Dothan were Mrs. C. A.
Rountree, Mrs. W.O. Butler,
Alma Britler. Fannie Crim
and Mrs. W.N. Dekle.
Mrs. Maggie Mosier spent
two days in Chipley as guest
of Mrs. W.W. Jones. She was
en route to her home in Cro-

manton from Connecticut.
The newspaper published
a report about a rural church
meeting to discuss the matter
of needed repairs. One of the
wealthiest and stingiest men
in the church rose and said
he would give five dollars.
Then he sat down. When a
bit of plaster fell from the
ceiling and hit him on the
head, the man jumped up,
looking confused, and said:
"I-er-I meant I'll give $50,"
and again he sat down. After
a brief silence, someone said,
"Oh Lord, hit him again!"
100 YEARS AGO, 1907
William Henry, little son
of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Henry,
was injured when he fell off a
horse and broke his arm.
Tom J. Watts, the Chipley
telephone man, transacted
business in Chipley on a
Miss Kizzy Gainer had a
stack chimney built on her
house, according to a News
item. "It will add much to
the home's comfort," the
report said.
The Baptist Association of
West Florida planned to meet
at Piney Grove Church.
Greenhead residents were
bracing for a shock. One
of the biggest corporations
ever formed in Washington
County was expected to lo-
cate at the B.F. Carter Store
in their area.

Formerly known as Pilcher's Bait & Tackle
New Ownership,
But Same Great
Service & Low Prices
Come see us for all your
fishing and hunting supplies.
Pawn Shop still open.
We have a great supply of
shrimp, oysters, scallops,
catfish and grouper fillets.
1213 S. Waukesha St. Bonifay

I, Antwan Javay Wright,
would like to apologize
to the City of Chipley for '.
selling drugs in Washington
County and for the
embarrassment I brought to
my family.

Washington County N n

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Display, News, Classified and
Legal Advertising
Deadline for the Saturday,
} November 24 paper will be

Business offices of the
/i Washington County News
/ and
Holmes County Times-Advertiser
Thursday, November 22

Washington County News Saturday, November 17, 2007 9 i


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CAROLYN ANN HAN- As published in the Wash- air bags-driver and pas- ference is scheduled for forth herein may not be Free Puppies to good Saturday, Nov. 17th
COCK BERRY, Deceased. ington County News No- senger, standard radial ti- 2:00 p.m. local time on entitled to have their bid home. Mother dog looks 7:30am. 1374 Westbourne
vember 17, 24, 2007. res, standard spare tire November 13, 2007. The considered, like Beagle and Dachs- Ave. Chipley, northside of
a NOTICE TO CREDITORS and wheel, jack and lug conference will be held in hund mix. 850-535-9004. Kate Smith school play-
(SUMMARY ADMINISTRA- wrench, sliding RH and the Council Room at City All bids should be ad- ground. Lots of misc
ANNOUNCEMENTS TION) LH side load doors, rear Hall. You must attend this dressed as follows: items.
1 ....0.--l -ii I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT liftgate. pre-bid conference to be ATTN: Dan Miner, Assis- .
110- Legal Adverd Notising TO ALL PERSONS HAV- OF THE allowed to submit a bid. tant City Administrator
1120 Public Notices/ ING CLAIMS OR DE- FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL For additional information Chipley City Hall S
Announcements MANDS AGAINST THE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR contact Joel Paul at The Bids permitted above 1442 Jackson Avenue
1130- Adoptions ABOVE ESTATE: WASHINGTON COUNTY, 850/547-3689; Bids must shall be made only by fill- Chipley, Florida 32428 | 3300
1140- Happy Ads FLORIDA be submitted by 12:00 ing in the blanks provided 3 Cemetery Plots in old
1150- Personals You are hereby notified noon, Wednesday, No- in the proposal. Any bid Dan Miner division, Lot #273, in
1160- Lost that an Order of Summary CASE NO. 2007-174 member 21, 2007, to the qualified by writing in any Assistant City Administra- Glenwood Cemetery,
1170 Found Administration will be or following address: other way than specifically tor MERCHANDISE Chipley, FL. Call for price.
has been entered in the TURNER LAND ENTER- stated above will not be CITY COUNCIL 850-433-5318.
estate of CAROLYN ANN PRISES, LLC, a Tri-County Community considered. CITY OF CHIPLEY 3100 Antiques
HANCOCK BERRY de- Florida limited liability Council, Inc. WASHINGTON COUNTY, 3110 -Appliances Round Pen; 12 tubular
S 1100 ceased, File Number company, ATTN: Janice Richards The Contractor shall per- FLORIDA 3120 Auctions panels, plus gates makes
67-07-CP-121, by the Cir- RO. Box 1210 form a minimum of 50 per- Linda Cain, Mayor 3140- Baby Items approx. 47" diameter pen.
cuit Court for Washington Plaintiff, Bonifay, FL 32425 cent of work by his own As published in the Wash- 3150 Building Supplies Very good condition. 2
IN THE CIRCUITWASHING- County, Florida, Probatevs FAX # 850-547-2063 work forces unless specifi- ington County News No- 3160 Business plus years. $800.
IN AND FOR WASHING- vision, the address of cally authorized by the vember 3, 10, 17, 2007. Equipment 547-9780
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA which is c/o Mrs. Linda KARL HEINZ BONIG, Tri- County Community Owner and Engineer and 3170-Collectibles
FOURTEENTH JUDICI Hayes Cook, Clerk of the Council, Inc., reserves the no Subcontractor shall be 3180 Computers Wanted to Rent- Farm
CIRCUIT. Court, RO. Box647, Chip- Defendant. right to reject any and all allowed to perform work Public Auction 3190 Electronics land in Graceville, Chip-
CASE NO. 67-07-CA-304 Cy, 0Florida 32428-0647; bids. on the project unless they Public Auction3200 Firewood ley, Bonifay area. Or
JAMES CESELSK and thattheDecedents date NOTICE OF ACTION As published in the are acceptable tothe in3210- Free Pass It On pasture land for cows.
wife, LAURA CIESIELSKI, of death was May 26, Washington County News Owner and Engineer. Twilloldnatvauctio n3230 GaraYre anytime,
RACIESIELSKIwill be sold at auction on 3230 Garage/Yard Sales Call
Plaintiffs, 2007; that the total allue TO: KARL HEINZ BONIG November17, 2007. The information for bid- December 07, 2007 at 3240 Gus 850-718-1859 or
of the estate is and UNKNOWN HEIRS 8:00AM at Brock Auto 3250 Good Things to Eat 535-4602.

ELIZABETH WIESZCZEK, ame and address to YOU NOTIFIED tha a INVITATION TO BID rac ans ecic Jewelry/Clothing
Defendant. whom it will be or has Complaint to Quiet Title tons, and Forms of Bid am3SreeCEquipment
been assigned by such or- for the following prope Tri-County Community Bond, Perfo and 3290 Me luipment320
NOTICE OF ACTION der are: Council, Inc., is accepting Payment ons, an 1
NOTCEOFACTIONLot 11, Block 408 of bids on the following for other contract documents D7JB725V5540937 3310- MusicalInstruments la Brock Nursees
TO: ELIZABETH TheDecedent's surviving Sunn Hills Unit 6,ac- oneof thebuildingsatthe maybeexamined atthe 1989 FORD VIN # 3320-Plants&Shrubs/ LLC Plants, trees and
WIESZCZEK spouse, ROBERT MN- cording to the Plat thereof Head Start Center located following: Polyengineer- 1FTEF15YXKKB63674 Supplies shrubs. Landscape de-
C/O ANNA SLIWA ROE BERRY III, who re- as recorded in Plat Book 2499 Cypress Street; ing, Inc. of Florida, located 1993 DODGE VIN # 3330 Restaurant/Hotel sign, landscape contract-
2336W. AUGUSTA sides at 1581 Jackfish 2, Page(s) 60 through 76, Westville, FL. for: at1935 Headland Aven ue,3HB21Y6PK514235 3340-Sportin g Goods ing, irrigation systems.
CHICAGO, ILLINOISLane, Chipley, Washing- of the Public Records ofDothanAlabama36303.2198#3350-Toti s lng ai onisy
60622 OS ton County, Florida, and Washington County, Flor- Carpet and vinyl flooring & Copies may be obtained 1989 CADI VIN # 335-Tickets(Buy&Sell) 1788 White Road, Bonifay,
60622 whose mailing address is Ida. installation from Polyengineering. 1G6AD47NBB9190326 C1u1t")FL 32425 0(Washington
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- RO. Box 124, Chipley, Awning for a covered Inc., 1935 Headland Ae- 1990 F OR D VIN #0A8LUS8696426-1500
FlED that an action to Florida 32428-0124. has been filed against you walk-way & installation nue, Dothan, Alabama, 1994 CHEVY VIN # 31 00
and others, and you are Chain-link fence & installa- 36303, upon payment of 1GC4ZCHEVY AuCrt
quiet title on the following ALL INTERESTED PER are One Hundred Fifty Dollars 1GCCS14Z6R8108272 Annual Christmas
described real property, ALLONS TEESTED required to serve a copy tion ($150.00) for each set. 2004 L48NODGE 50 # SaNov. 2Nov. 30
to-wit: SONS ARE NO ED of your written defenses, if 1D7HL48N94S750756 Nov.23-Nov.30 3340
THAT: any, to it on MARY W For additional information 1989 CHEVY VIN # 10% -50% off H TI A
Lot 5, Block D, according COLON, ESQUIRE, please contact Kim Gillis Any unsuccessful bidder 1G1JC511 1K7168295 HI UNTING LAND
tLot 5k lk D, according TAllcreditors of the Dece- tOM any non-bidder upon Histor Chipley WANTED to lease by Pan-
a editors ofnthea SMITH, THOMPSON: @548-9900. returning such set in good As published in the Wash- Antique Mali, ama City group.
subdivision of part of Sec- dent and persons having SHAW & MANAUSA, RA., condition withinten ngton County News No- downtown Chipley. Woodland/farmland for
tion 27, Township 2 North, claims or demands Plaintiffs attorneys, 3520 Bids must be submitted condays after Bid Open (10) ing vember17, 2007 850-638-2535 deer & dove. Will pay top
Range 14 West, as shown against the estate of the Thomasville Road, 4th by 4:00 p.m., November days after Bid Opening member 17, 2007. 850-6382535 deer & dove. Will pay top
in Plat on file, as recorded Decedent other than those Floor, Tallahassee, Florida 20, 2007 to the following will be refunded One Hun- -dollar depending on site.
in Plat Book 3, Page 158 for whom provision for full 32309-3469, no more than address. Proofof license, dred Fifty Dollars Opening Soon Property will be respected
of the Public Records of payment was made in the thirty (30) days from the required insurance and ($150.00). ANTIQUES & INTERIORS and taken car of. Call
Washington County, Flor- Order of Summary Admin- first publication date of permits (if required) must A Bid Bond payable to MARKET PRIME LOCA- John at (850)774-0909.
ida. ctaiowmuswithhiCtheir this notice of action, and be provided. City of Chipley, Florida for COLOR SELLS! ION 12,000 SO FT HWY
claims with this Court file the original with the an amount not less than Get Your Classified 98 NEAR DESTIN SEEK- Need a Trailer built for
has been filed against WITHIN THE TIME PER- Clerk of this Court either Tri-County Community an amount not less than Get You Classified NG QUALITY DEALERS your 4-Wheeler for
you, and you are required ODS SET FORTH IN SEC- before service on Plaintiffs Council, Inc. five percent (5) of theAdinOFANTIQUES & INTER- Hunting Season. Call
to to serve a copy of your LORIDA PR3.702 OBATE attorneys or immediately 302 North Oklahoma amount of the bid shall be COLOR. deta ORS CALL 624-1194 T jerry Hunting Season. Call
written defenses, if any, to FLORIDA PROBATE thereafter; otherwise, a Street; ReOBox 1210 filed with the proposal, the Call now for details ORS CALL 624-1194 Terry @850-547-1515
written defenses, if any, to CODE hereafter; otherwise, a 32425 Bidders Bond being pre- and be noticed! ALTHCARE
it, on GERALD HOLLEY, default will be entered Bonifay, FL 32425 pared on the forms speci- 638-0212-
Attorney for Plaintiff, ALL CLAIMS AND DE- against you for the relief Cm n fied and signed by a or AUC
whose address is O. ANDCLAIMS AND DE demanded in the com- Tri-County Community fle d sia author 5479414 by
Box 268, Chipley, Florida, MANDS NOT SO FILED plaint or petition. Council, Inc., reserves the t Bonding Company autheor- 547-94140
32428; and file the original WILL BE FOREVER DATED this 29 day Octo- right to reject any and all ized to do business i t Auction Sat, Dec. 1
with the clerk of the above BARRED. ber, 2007. bids. Must comply with State of Florida. 2007. Hwy 231 N Camp-
styleeDavis-BaconAct.2007. Hwy 231 N Camp-
December 18, 2007; bth- NOTWITHSTANDING ANY Unda Cook As published in the Wash- The Contractorshall fur- 1120 items. 9am equipment iscAt Da Vita, it's
erwise a judgment may be TER PI A BY K McDaniel ington County News No- nish a performance bond Local Farm dispersal, con makes the d
entered against you for TIME PERIOD, ANY BY. K. McDaniel vember 17, 2007. in an amount at least CHRISTMAS FESTI- Loctionlcou n -,ct akes the difrei
thereliefdemandedintheCLAIM FILED TWO (2)D yClerkequal to 100% of the con- VAL Dec 8 Vernon. struction, county, city,
the relief demanded in the OR MORE AFTE Deputy Clerk Section 00020 tract price as security for Need craft vendors bank repose, plus con-
Petition. THE DECEDENT'S DATE As published in the Wash-o the faithful performance of Set up fee $10.00. Call signments. Mason Auction
OF DEATH IS BARRED ington County News No- this contract and also a Ann 535-0670 or Betty &Sales LLC FL#642.
WITNESS my hand and member 3, 10, 17, 24, ADVERTISEMENT FOR payment bond in amount 535-9603 850)263-0473 office,
seal of said Court on Nov. The date of the first publi- 2007. BIDS not less than 100% of the V I E F a n di t(850)258-7652 Chad,
13,2007.BIDTh dat ot lssf the firs pubi-
13, 2007. cation of this Notice is No- contract price or in a pe- REWARD! $500-$1000 (850)849-0masonauctio92 Gerald.
LINDA H. COOK member 17, 2007. City of Chipley, Florida nal sum not less than that paid for Florida County w anauctincm
Clerk of Court INVATATION TO BID OWNER prescribed by State, terri- auto tags dated We believe that our Villa,
BY: K. McDaniel Attorney for Person Giving trial or local law, as secu- 1911-1917. Also want truly makes a differe
Deputy Clerk Notice: Tri-County Community Separate sealed bids for rity for the payment of all plates before 1956, es- are a leading kidn
As published in the WAYNE G. BRAXTON (FL Council, Inc., is accepting the Historic Rehabilitation persons performing labor pecially Washington 3220DaVit is rowing. C
Washiongton County BAR #0179121) bids to purchase one and Renovation of the Old on the project under this and Holmes Co tags B&B Furniture 1342 Immesiate open
News November 17, 24, 1067 Main Street 2007 or 2008-7 passenger Chipley Town Hall and contract and furnishing with #50 and 51 prefix North RR Avenue C Ihip-meiate openi
News November 17, 24, PO.BOX 564 van; automatic transmis- construction relative to ac- materials in connection Jeff Francis Northley We payue, cash orPatient Care
2007. Chipley, Florida sion, standard cessibility issues will be with this contract. The per- 727-345-6627 or e-mail We ftufor MA CNA or Phle
32428-0564 a/c-front/rear, standard in- received by the Chipley formance bond and the gobucs13@aol.com. A, CNA 850-557-0211 or Willing ebto
850-638-7268/OFFICE strumentation, power City Council, Washington payment bond may be in 850-557-0211 or Willin
IN THE FOURTEENTH JU- 850-638-7263/FAX steering, AM/FM radio, County, Florida in the one or in separate instru- TURKEY SHOOT- Pas850-415-coor Car sk folyn Registere
DICIAL CIRCUIT COURT, speed control, cloth head- Council Room of City Hall ments in accordance with Caryville Volunteer Fire or CarolynCurrent RN license in the sta
IN AND FOR WASHING- Person Giving Notice: liner, carpet flooring, in Chipley, Florida until local law but shall in all Department November F furniture & Mattressesire Dialysis experience prefer
TON COUNTY, FLORIDA. ROBERT MONROE sunscreen glass, 4-wheel 2:00 p.m. local time on cases be prepared on the Department17, 2007. 9:00 A.. November Furniture & Mattres Low, low, low overhead alysis expercil
PROBATE DIVISION BERRY Ill anti-lock brakes, power November 27, 2007 and forms specified and side Caryvile City Hall, O low, lowo cial
1581 Jackfish Lane, windows and locks, duel then publicly opened and signed by a Bonding Hwy90guarantees low, low, low MSW re
File number 67-07-CP-121 RO. BOX 124 outside mirrors, rear win- read aloud. Company authorized to 90. prices. P&S Discount Fur Join us
Chipley, Florida dow running lights, rear do business in the State of nature, Chipley. (Since Join us and discover wht
IN RE: The Estate of 32428-0124 liftgate wiper and washer, A mandatory pre-bid con- Florida. ,1973) 850638-4311 vYou may al
No plans or bidding docu- 1 10Catheneo Chr o
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(35) days after the actual 4:00pm-until. This is an thing for everyone 845
.-..- :,.,.:.. ,..-- ,. : date of the opening event not to be missed Maple St., Chipley. An-
thereof. For more info email tique table & chairs, other
I** antiquemall@wfeca.net household items.
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quires any bidder to de- 8:00am-Until. Everything \ L
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"Historic Rehabilitation am-4:00pm. Two miles Are you an energy
S' and Renovation of the Old West of 79 on Douglas worker? If so,
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will consider all bids prop- 2120 Pet Supplies many nice kitchen & other
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4100 Help Wanted
4130 Employment

Avon Representa-
tives needed in Boni-
fay, Chipley,
Graceville, Wausau,
Vernon, Caryville,
Ponce de Leon. Ask
about mini-kit..
850-547-1 640.-
Dwayne Atkins ISR
The City of Chipley is ac-
cepting applications for a
Water Crewman
I-Minimum Requirements:
Limited knowledge of ma-
terials, methods, practices
and equipment used in
water facilities mainte-
nance and repair activi-
ties. Education and Expe-
rience: High school di-
ploma or possession of an
acceptable equivalency di-
ploma. Two (2) years of
experience in heavy man-
ual labor, and the use of
hand and light power tools
preferably in distribution
systems. Must possess
Class "B" CDL.
Job descriptions are avail-
able upon request on all
positions. City participates
in the Florida Retirement
System (FRS). Mail or
hand deliver application
and/or resume to City
Clerk, City of Chipley,
1442 Jackson Ave., P.O.
Box 1007, Chipley, Florida
32428. Deadline: Novem-
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4100 4100 4100 4100 4100 |1 6100 |1 6110 |1 6170 71S0
H health Helhare Professional 1 Bedroom Apartment in 3 Bedroom, 2 bath mobile MP Enterprises Land
Front Desk & Night Golden Flake Snack Healthcare Healthcare Executive Office Chipley. Convenient loca- homes for rent. leave a Sale and Finance. 5 acres
space for lease on tion. No pets. 638-4340. message. 547-3650 or more for houses only,
Auditor job opening. Foods seeking to hire de- CNA'S Needed in your Immediate Opening Position:Police Patrol- Brickyard Rd. Great wooded & pasture. 3 mi-on
Experience with com- pendable route salesman, area. $12.00 Hourly. Licensed Physical Ther- man location across from For Rent, mobile home les South of Chipley.
puters.Applyinperson Drug Free workplace. CNA Prep Course availa- apy Assistant (PTA) start- The City of Chipley is ac- Chipley High School. 2BR/1bath located City of Highway 77, Gainer Rd.,
Cmfrt Inn & Suites Benefits. Call Mon-Fri ble. Start your career ing salary $47,840. Corn- cepting applications for a 638-7700 Bonifay, $300.00 a month Houston Rd., Beadie Rd.,
Chipley 800-239-1462 today! 850-303-2579. petitive salary and bene- Police Patrolman Mini- 6____140 ---- plus deposit. No pets. Duncan Community Rd.,
fits. Please fax resume to mum Qualifications: com- Bethlehem 1BR/1bath Leave a message Buddy Rd., (4) five acres
850-415-1967 pletion of the Minimum Executive Office Space Cabin, Hud approved, 850-547-2043 (8) ten acres (5) eight ac-
S-9tiondard ofute Mi m s for rent downtown Chip- water sewage, garbage res. Owner financing or
Standards courses as set ley. 638-1918 furnished, nice porch Mobile Home for rent. cash. Low down payment,
H l, ,fre forth by the Florida Police $400. month and $200. 2BR/2BA. On Pioneer Rd, low month payments
Medical Help Wanted Standards Council; valid For Rent- Commercial of- Deposit. Call 4 miles East of Vernon. Call Milton Peel for infor-
Mei.cil A lilran lor LPfl Florida Drivers license; fice space near downtown 850-547-5195 850-638-7315 or nation 850-638-1858
needed Ior tbus. Farrny. ability to project a courte- Chipley. Approx 850-638-3254.
Pia, ce Pr,'-,, e,perierc ous and polite attitude to 1000Sq.Ft. Call For Rent 2BR/2bath 850-638-3254.
in ,co .Pcir.n C o ce a ,uj public; and able to com- 850-638-1959. house for rent on Tobe Mobile Homes for rent in [1,
I" frY n -,s re .ume 1o municate effectively both _Retherford Rd. Bonifay. Cottondale on Sapp Road,
850. 6384 95 or mald i orally and in writing. Mail Office Space for Rent- 3 Call 850-548-5888 8 miles east of Chipley. 7160
3". .%yCE B .,o F 692. Cn.pley. FL or hand deliver application private offices, 2nd floor. For rent: 3BR/1 BA all ap- valuable. Toal electricA an suitable efor home or
32l"1 8 and/or resume to the AC/carpeted. Dunn Build- pliances, blinds, south- (850)258-4868; 209-8847 office. 4 br /2 be very
Chief of Police, Chipley ing. $350 plus tax. west colors, ceiling fans, www.chaloscountryliv- good cond. $19,500. Must
Healthcare Police Department, P.O. 850-579-2821. deck, screened back ing.com scountry be moved. 50-638-1231
Box 1007, Chipley, Florida porch, attached shed, be moved. 850-638-1231
Doctors office in Bonifay 32428. Deadline: Novem- greenhouse, composer, Nice 3BR/2BA Dou-
now hiring office help: ber 30, 2007 EOE/Drug double carport, fenced blewide, Chipley, Wausau
C&C Bookkeeping and Sod For Sale on the farm, CNA, Receptionist and back yard, no pets, in line. Fenced for horses. 35
Tax Service. Open 5 days delivered or installed. Coastal Coatings- Jarrod PCT's needed. Call Linda Free Workplace 6110 Chipley, close to everyth- minutes to Panama City.
a week. 8am to 5pm. Call Centipede and 419 Ber- 8 5 0 8 1 9 6 6 9 2 Harris @ 547-9993. Trades ALL LARGE ing. $850/mo., For more information call

(850415-0385. Established estimates. 9 years experi- Management taM gAo n inOpportun 450 S/D $200. 2BR $500 Progressive Realty Nice Clean 3BR/2BA
1980 ence. License & insured. with a growing company? S/D $250. Downtown Home for Rent- Chipley, trailer for rent on Brickyard
Will match any reasonable PT/FT Sales- Hibbett Wan t to work hard and be Chipley, convenient loca- 2BR/1BA house. $550/mo, Rd. No pets. Day, AUTOMOTIVE.MARINE
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Headliners and Vinyl candependon.Irrigated, in Chipley. Send re- Concrete and onu- refrigerator, city water, garbage included. No 963-1434. 8100-Antique&Collectibles
Headliners and Vinyl c d d Ig ,C e n -tion, Inc., Nd exnrfny Ap- sewer, garbage. Available pets. 850-814-2625. 8110 Cars
Tops Mobile Unit. I do the weed & pest controlled. sumes "ATTN DM" to: In, in Bonifay would
work at your home or Centipede and St. Augus-411 Mary Esther like to talk with you. Dec 1st, 3BR/1BA. $650 The Park at 2350 8120 SportsUtiltyVehicles
workplace.Reasonable tine. Delivery and installa- Cutt-Off NW, Unit C, Ft. 850-547-5767 S/D $350. Everything new. Publisher's 3BR/1BA $425 8130 -Trucks
rates on new vinyl tops tion available. 8 miles SW Walton Beach, FL. Sorry no pets or HUD. o3BR/2BA $450 8140 Vans
and auto carpeting. Free of Chipley for easy cus- 32548 or e-mail to 850-638-3306. Notice 547-3746 8150 Commercial
estimates. Call anytime, tomer hauling. Call any- L e.Goon@hibbett.com. i81 Motorcycles
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638-7351 (850)6381202 3261500 ing, Grading, Disking. conducts drug testing. Sleepy Hollow the Fair Housing Act which 8210- Boats
3738922wwwhibbett.com. Apartments makes it illegal to advertise 8220 Personal Watercraft
M 2BR/1BA, water, garbage "any preference, limitation or 8230 Sailboats
m or Needed experienced Ap- & lawn care included, discrimination based on 8240- Boat & Marine
FHUEE..R yorRnfSTAT D!ocn Chipey tanc Tchi C A UD not accepted. race, color, religion, sex, Supplies
6 orri aRentgfe chnician./wk atelodl BRch ,InfoSRCratie 68 handicap, familial status or 8310 Aircraft/Aviation
Carpentry, pressure Chip Beasley Appliance 638-7128 national origin, or an inten- 8320 AT/0f Road Vehicles
Carpentry, pressure Mini Warehouses. If you 850-373-7150 6100 -Business/ tion, to make any such pref- 8330 Campers & Trai lers
washing, lawn care, patio don't have the room, "We Commercial Graceland Manor Apart- erence, limitation or disy 8340-- Motorhom es

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