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plenty available at Animal Control
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Chipley saves $2.3 million in bids on sewer work

Managing Editor
Chipley City Council heard good news
Thursday night. The City will save about $2.3
million on the next two phases of sewer im-
Total maximum guaranteed bids on Phase
III (force main piping and piping to spray
fields) and IV (the sewer plant itself) of sewer
improvements came to $16.295 million. By
allowing the construction manager, Haskell of
Tallahassee to be able to bid for various services

and coming in with a low bid of $5.8 million,
the City saved about $1.5 million on that bid
alone. Other savings negotiated by Haskell
and City Administrator Jim Morris came to
The next challenge is how to obtain funding
for the project.
The project is to be funded by the state
Department of Environmental Protection, but
the problem is, DEP is broke. The agency is
preparing to issue bonds, but it may be April or
May of 2008 before state funding is available.
The bid prices are only good for 90 days, so it's

important that work begin within that period if
at all possible.
Council approved accepting the bids, and
also approved having Morris and Haskell
explore how to arrange financing to release
the bids. The City will ask for a letter from
DEP saying that when the bonds are sold that
Chipley will get its funding, which everyone
seemed confident would be so. The City will
then ask DEP to allow one of two options so
construction can begin - use the City $4 million
See COUNCIL, page 6

Veterans Day


Chipley parade
AMVETS Post 007 is
sponsoring a Veterans Day
parade Monday, Nov. 12.
Those wanting to
participate should be at
the historic Chipley High
School between 9-9:30
a.m. for line-up.
Call AMVETS Post 007
at 638-4126 for more

Tributes to Veterans
On Monday, Nov. 12,
Roulhac Middle School and
Chipley High School will
pay tribute to veterans.
All veterans, family and
friends are invited to join.
Services include breakfast
from 7:30 a.m. to 8:15 in
the cafeteria provided by
the CHS National Honor
Society. The RMS tribute
to veterans is from 8:30-
9:30 a.m. in the auditorium.
After the tribute,
veterans are invited to
meet to a tour of Veterans
Day displays.
For information call

Online Paper
Look for
Photo Galleries under News.
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Submit Your Photos
You can now submit your
own photos online and one
will be picked as Editor's
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Former governor Warren also an author, columnist

Fuller Warren, Florida's 30th
Governor, was born in Blount-
stown on Oct. 3, 1905. His par-
ents were Charles R. Warren and
Grace Fuller Warren. He attended
elementary schools in Calhoun and
Walton counties.
Later, Warren attended the
University of Florida and received
his law degree from Cumberland
While a student at the Univer-
sity of Florida, Warren was elected
to the House of Representatives
from Calhoun County, serving in
the 1927 session at the age of 21.
He moved to Jacksonville in

1929 to practice law and thus be-
gan his course of activities which
landed him in the Governor's Man-
sion of Florida in 1949.
Warren served three terms on
the City Council of Jacksonville
from 1931 through 1937 and was
once again elected to the Florida
House of Representatives from
Duval County in 1939.
His travels and experiences
included serving as a Navy armed
guard officer in World War II,
crossing the Atlantic Ocean 20
Warren wrote three books,
Eruptions of Eloquence, 1931;
Speaking of Speaking, 1944; and
How to Win in Politics, 1949. He

also wrote a weekly newspaper
column from 1940 through 1948,
entitled "Facts and Figures."
Fuller Warren first sought, un-
successfully, the governorship of
Florida in 1940. In 1948, he won
in a second primary election over
Dan McCarty by a vote of 299,641
to McCarty's 276,425.
Thanks to Mary Paramore, a
Washington County News staff
writer, for loaning a 1948 Fuller
Warren for Governor brochure for
today's article.
Today's picture is from that
original campaign pamphlet which
Warren used in his successful cam-
"*ign for Governor.
Note the personal handwritten

autograph which states, "To Edna
Rae Black with best regards, Fuller
Warren." The recipient of this
brochure has held this treasured
piece of history for almost 60
years. Edna Black Hindson, who
was stricken with polio in 1946 at
the age of six, is the aunt of Mary
She endured years of hospital-
ization and treatment, including
time at Warm Springs, Ga., in her
younger years. This aunt still re-
gards Fuller Warren as a personal
and special family friend, who
assisted in their dealing with the,
malady which has affected her
See WARREN, page 5

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Alphabet parade helps learn vocabulary

Children dressed up
as vocabulary words
at Kate M. Smith as
way of enjoying the
fall season and
learning tons of words
as well. The children
and teachers even t
held a parade to show
their skills at
learning words and
their imagination at,
ways to display their
Photos by
Mary Paramore.

2, Washington County News, Saturday, November 10, 2007


Sunny Hills MSBU
Sunny Hills/Oak Hills
MSBU Advisory Committee
will meet Thursday, Nov. 29,
at 6:30 p.m. in the Sunny
Hills Fire Hall, 3681 Gables
Blvd. in Sunny Hills to dis-
cuss the MSBU budget.

New Bridge-A-Rama
season underway
Enjoy playing bridge
games sponsored by Friends
of the Washington County
Library. Bridge-A-Rama
play will start soon with a
series of games in the homes
of players at mutually agreed
Periodic reports of results
will be given with a final
report dinner at the end of
the season. Previous play-
ers welcome any new or
returning players who are
This is a fundraiser spon-
sored by the Friends of the
Library to aid the Library
in buying new books paid
for by the registration dona-
For information and par-
ticipation, call Fred Laven-
der 638-1612.

Habitat for
Habitat for Humanity will
dedicate the home recently
built at 507 5th Avenue in
Chipley. The dedication
ceremony is scheduled for
11:30 a.m. on Thursday,
Nov. 15. All businesses and
individuals that helped on
this project are encouraged
to attend.

WFRPC meets
West Florida Regional
Planning council will hold
a Planning Council Meet-
ing at 4 p.m., Nov. 12 in

the Niceville City Hall, 208
North Partin Drive in Nicev-
ille. There will be an Execu-
tive Committee meeting at
3:30 p.m.
The next Council meeting
will be Dec. 10 at 4 p.m. a
the Ocean Club Restaurant.

Washington County cel-
ebrates agriculture at the
Annual Farm-City banquet
held at the Ag Center in
Chipley on Nov. 15 at 6 p.m
This is a special time for
farmers and town's people to
come together and recognize
those that make significant
contribution to agriculture
in Washington County. For
more information or to re-
serve a place call Andy An-
dreasen at 638-6180.

Florida Highway Pa-
trol will conduct driver li-
cense and vehicle inspec-
tion checkpoints during the
month of November on the
roadways listed below in
Holmes, Jackson and Wash-
ington counties.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate
their efforts on vehicles be-
ing operated with defects
such as bad brakes, worn
tires and defective lighting
equipment. In addition, at-
tention will be directed to
drivers who would violate
the driver license laws of
Officers will be on State
Roads No. 2, 10, 69, 71,73,
77, 79, 81, 273, 276, 277,
and 286 during the month.
Country roads with in-
spection points include No.
69A, 162, 164, 165, 165A,
167, 169, 173, 177, 177A,
179, 181, 185, 271, 276,

279, 280, 284, and Snow
Hill Road.
The Patrol has found
these checkpoints to be an
effective means of enforcing
the equipment and driver
license laws of Florida while
ensuring the protection of
all motorists, says Lt. Jerry
L. Maddux of Troop A,

NAACP meets
The Northwest Florida
branch of NAACP will meet
Monday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. at
New Bethel AME Church,
Hwy 90 East, Bonifay.
Membership is $30 per year
for adults: 17 and under, is
$15 with Crisis Magazine,
or $10 without.
For more information,
call 535-2573.

Drama presentation
Chipley High School Dra-
ma Department announces a
special visit from Charlie
Brown coming Friday eve-
ning November 30, to the
Chipley High School Audi-
torium at 7 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale
the first of November for
this one night event. You're

A Good Man Charlie Brown
features the musical antics of
Snoopy, Linus, Schroeder,
Lucy, Sally, and, of course,
the ever-hopeful Charlie
Brown. 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.

Policy workshop
Washington County Com-
missioners will hold a policy
workshop at 9 a.m. on Nov.
15 at 1331 South Boulevard-
If you have any questions
please call the administrative
office 638-6200.

TSIC dinner
The Washington County
Take Stock in Children will
host its Scholarship Awards
Banquet on Thursday, Nov.
15, at 6 p.m. at the Chuck
Wagon Restaurant in Chi-
pley. Those planning to
attend need to call 850-638-

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Livestock Report
For the week ending Nov. 8, 2007:
At the Florida Livestock Auctions, receipts totaled
$12,143 compared to $9,740 last week and $11,729 a year
ago. According to the Florida Federal-State Livestock Mar-
ket News Service, compared last week, slaughter cows and
bulls were steady; feeder steers and heifers were unevenly
Feeder Steers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $115.00 - 190.00
300-400 lbs. $105.00 - 139.00
400-500 lbs. $ 93.00 - 120.00
Feeder Heifers: Medium & Large Frame No. 1-2
200-300 lbs. $103.00 - 155.00
300-400 lbs. $ 96.00 - 115.00
400-500 lbs. $ 85.00 - 110.00
Slaughter Cows: Lean
750-1200 lbs. 85-90 percent $42.00 - 47.00
Slaughter Bulls: Yield Grade, No. 1-2
1,000-2,100 lbs. $56.00 - 63.50

Don't wait - Vote by Mail in 2008
The Supervisor of Elections office now offers the option
to Vote by Mail in the 2008 elections. It is simple and con-
venient. Three very important items that you need to know
it order to Vote by Mail:
*Have your signature up to date. Each signature on a Vote
By Mail ballot is verified with the signature on file with the
Elections office.
*Please make sure-your Washington County residential
address is up to date. Vote by Mail ballots cannot be for-
*Vote by mail request forms must be received at the
Supervisor of Elections office no later then six days prior
to an election. To request Vote by Mail ballots or to receive
additional information, please contact the Elections office at
638-6230, or visit the website at www.wcsoe.org.
*Presidential Preference Primary: January 29, 2008
*Primary Election: August 26, 2008
*General Election: November 4, 2008

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

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Donna Dykes/WCN
Latonia McKinnie of Chipley had fun with her inter-
pretation. Inga Ross, background, looks on.

Friends of

Staff Writer
Programs for the monthly
meetings of Friends of the
Library often feature special
speakers. On Nov. 1, there
*were 12 speakers from the
Oralf Intrepretation Class at
Chipola College.
*1Their teacher, Carol Saun-
dersf, aid the boys and girls
.with her got credit for being
on the program.
"We appreciate the oppor-
.tunity Friends of the Library
gave us to share some of the
work our students have been
doing in Oral Interpreta-
tion," Saunders added.
. The daughter of Carolyn
:and Wayne Saunders grew
up in Chipley and graduated
from Chipley High School.
She received her masters in
speech communication from
Auburn University, and is
currently working on her
doctoral degree at FSU.
Carol teaches speech,
c6ral interpretation and Eng-
lish at Chipola College in
Dinner was served while
business reports were given.
Inga Ross, recording sec-
retary, read her report first.
Also giving .reports were
Jane Potter, Susan Roberts
and Linda Norton.
- Tara Mashburn of Chi-
pley was first to take the
microphone. Leigh Cantrell
Daniel Jones of Sneads was
. Laura Taylor of Marian-
:ha, Kayla Baxter of Gracev-
ille and Latonia McKinnie
pf Chipley were up next.
Latonia seemed to enjoy
presenting her bit.
Nathen Hauser of Boni-
fay, who left his shoes in
a nearby corner, used part
of Lord of the Rings as his
script. Dressed all in black,
lie climbed onto one of the
tables and gave most of his
speech while resting on his
The final rendition was
a skit by Carley Barnes,
Shelley Allen and Chasity
'Tucker, all of Malone. Props
Were used for this bit of fun
which had Carley trying to
discourage the girls who
were trying to choose a
gown from a rack.
Brentley Satterfield of

Saturday, November 10, 2007 Washington County News, 3


Donna Dykes/WCN
Laura Taylor of Marianna delivers her interpreta-

the Library enjoy special program

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Teacher Carol Saunders poses with the 12 students she brought to Chipley
for a presentation at Friends of the Library's Nov. 1 luncheon meeting. The
Chipola teacher is second from right near the back.

Donna Dykes/WCN
Tara Mashburn of Chipley awaits her turn on stage.
Although they didn't refer to them, most of the
students brought a script with them.

Chipley and Jasmine Thom-
as of Cottondale worked
behind the scenes. All the
youngsters' efforts were well

received and they earned a
nice round of applause.
"I am pleased with the
quality of students that we

Donna Dykes/WCN
Carly Barnes of Malone does not seem to like the gowns Chasity Tucker,
center, and Shelley Allen have chosen.

Washington County
Christian School announces
its honor rolls for the first
nine-weeks of the 2007/08
school year.

First Grade:
A Honor Roll: none
A/B Honor Roll: Alex
Brock, Jordan Bynum, Grace
Chastain, Brayden Gainey,
Justin Holl, Parker Hooper,
Zoe Shafer, Hollie Smith,
Chloe Wagner.
Second Grade:
A Honor Roll: Shauni
A/B Honor Roll: Kaliegh
Laurel and Garrett Kent.
Third Grade:
A Honor Roll: Heidi Hut-
zel and Isabella Owens.
A/B Honor Roll: Lexi
Brasher, Kloe Brewer, Kay-
lee Finch, Abbye Haddock,
Tyler Lee, Shane Reed,
Zachary Williams.

Fourth Grade:
A Honor Roll: none
A/B Honor Roll: Haley
Bynum and Olivia Brock.
Fifth Grade:
A Honor Roll: none
A/B Honor Roll: Ken-
nesse Cauley, Hannah Cole-
man, Kelsey Gilley, Zane
Shafer, Deanna Wells.
Sixth Grade:
A Honor Roll: none
A/B Honor Roll: Casey
Seventh Grade:
A Honor Roll: Tiffany
A/B Honor Roll: Heather
Mason and Hilary Shumak-
Eighth Grade:
A Honor Roll: Timothy
Seaboch, Ander Sullivan,
Caleigh Wells, Marli Sul-
A/B Honor Roll: Dan
Wells and Caleb Strickland.

Gang awareness conference
A gang awareness conference is scheduled for Tuesday,
Nov. 13 from 8 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. at the Historic Chipley
High School, 680 2nd Street.
The conference is free. All community leaders, church
leaders, state employees, neighbors or anyone that knows
a youth are encouraged to attend. There is no pre-registra-


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The Sunshine One-Call of Florida advises that many damages to buried utility lines can be
avoided when everyone participates in a fourstep process that begins with a "call before you
dig." Follow these four steps designed to help you avoid hitting buried utility lines during
any project that involves digging.

Step 1: Call before you dig.
Florida law says homeowners must call (800) 432-4770 two full business days before dig-
ging in any easement, right -of-way or permitted use area. Contractors are required to call
in every job that involves digging or disturbing the earth's surface. After you call, a locate
ticket will be generated and buried utility lines will be located and marked with color-coded
paint, flags or stakes, making it easy for you to avoid them. Hitting a buried utility could
result in anything from no cable tv service to serious injury or loss of life when electrical or
gas lines are involved. Visit www.callsunshine.com for more information.

Step 2: Wait the required time.
After you call, utility companies have two full business days to locate and mark the approxi-
mate location of buried utility lines. Refrain from digging until all utilities on your locate
ticket have responded or the allowed time has expired. You can easily find out when the
color-coded locate marks have been placed, whether the site is clear of a particular utility
or if the locate has been delayed by calling (800) 852-8057 and entering your locate ticket
number. This can also be done at www.callsunshine.com.

Step 3: Protect the locate marks.
Keep the locate marks visible until the project is complete. When marks are destroyed or re-
moved, the excavator must stop any digging and place another call for locate marks. Locate
marks are valid for 20 days. Removal of valid locate marks is a misdemeanor.

Step 4: Dig safely.
Use extreme caution when digging within 24 inches on either side of the marks to avoid
hitting the buried utility lines. If you are using machinery to dig, someone other than the
person operating the machine must supervise the activity, watching carefully to avoid, dam-
aging the buried utility.

Failure to call Sunshine State One-Call of Florida before digging is pun, ishable'by a
minimum fine of $250 and the job site being shut down.

If damage occurs, please notify.
Emergency Contacts: Tod Barfield, Public Works (850) 638-6346
Fire Department (850) 638-6301
Sheriff's Department (850) 638-6111



4, Washington County News, Saturday, November 10, 2007

Open house held at Animal Control of West Florida

Staff Writer
Looking for a dog or cat
for a family pet? There were
a lot available for adoption
Saturday, Nov. 3, at the open
house hosted by Animal
Control of West Florida.
Belva Vaughn is man-
ager of the facility. She said
people wishing to adopt can
fill out the paperwork and
pay the adoption fee. "The
animal shelter then has all
vet work done (spay, neu-
ter, worming, vaccinations)
before the animal is picked
up by its new owner," she
The privately owned and
operated shelter contracts to
take animals from Walton,
Washington, and Jackson
counties and several nearby
The veterinarian, Dr. Todd
Anderson, sees that all ani-
mals are ready to adopt with
the necessary vaccinations
before releasing them to the
new owner who pays a $115
fee for the animal.
The shelter is open Mon-
day through Saturday from
9 a.m. to noon. Anyone
can visit during that time to
choose an animal for adop-
tion, however, it takes few
days before the animal is
ready to go.
Amanda Anderson, wife
of the veterinarian, explains:

Donna Dykes/WCN
Adopt me today! a sign on this wire hair terrier's
carrier said.

"You may come to the shel-
ter, choose your animal and
pay the fee," she said.
"Then the animal will be
transported to the veterinar-
ian. When it is ready, it may
be picked up at the vet's
The vet checks for heart-
worm and vaccinates the
animal for rabies, feline
leukemia, and gives them
their first set of shots.
Vaughn says the shelter
will not accept animals di-
rectly from their owners.
"The shelter only accepts
animals from Animal Con-

trol officers," she explained.
"People should call their
local animal control which
will pick the animal up and
bring it to the shelter."
Dogs are kept in individ-
ual pens with a low screened
"window" on one side al-
lowing them to see outdoors
and get fresh air.
Floor-to-ceiling wire on
the hall side allows the han-
dler to enter to hose down
the cement floors, care for
the animals, and change food
and water.
Many of the available
adoptees were identified by

well-known breed names
- collie, St. Bernard, cocker
spaniel, shepherds or bea-
A good-natured grey
schnauzer simply begged to
be adopted by a family look-
ing for a small pet. He stood
on his hind legs at the front
of his cage, urging people to
take him home.
There were three black
labrador pups, a white bull-
dog mix, a small white pup
with brown spots and a lot of
mixed-breed canines.
Several large dogs are
available. They include a
male husky, some collies, a
St. Bernard, shepherds, two
big white Great Pyrenees, a
male and female.
There also was a large
selection of cats and kit-
tens. One family included
a mother and four kits - all
had long fur but the colors,
a gray, an all black, and two
calico made a difference.
People had to take care
around the felines. Several
cages had a sign saying "do
not pet, bad kitty."
One wire hair terrier sat in
the hall in an animal carrier
with a sign saying "adopt
me today."
The shelter is located at
686 Hwy. 90 in Chipley. It
is two-and-a-half miles east
of the Hwy. 77 intersection
with Hwy. 90.
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A matched pair of Great Pyrenees (a male and a This black-and-white husky was being walked
female) were at the shelter. outside the shelter Saturday morning.


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

Holiday hours and book sale
As a reminder, the Washington County Library will be
closed in remembrance of Veterans Day Nov. 12 and the
week of Thanksgiving, Nov. 19-23.
*A book sale, sponsored by the Chipley Friends of the
Library, is being held on Friday, Nov. 16,9 a.m. - 4 p.m. and
Saturday, Nov.17 from 9- noon at the Little Historic Library
on Fifth Street in Chipley.

Chipley Christmas parade
Plans are being made for Chipley's Annual Christmas
Parade to be held Saturday, Dec. 1, at 3:30 p.m. Anyone
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 Chipley High
School football parking lot on Railroad Avenue.
For information contact the Washington County Chamber
of Commerce at 638-4157 or you may stop by the Chamber
office which is located at 685 7th Street.

Wausau Christmas Parade
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.

Jim Skrabalak passed away October 24,
2007 after a brief illness. He leaves behind his
wife, Irene; 2 sisters, Donna (Mel) Burr, Patricia
Markle, one brother Bob (Danielle) Skrabalak,
numerous nieces and nephews, cousin in New
York and dear friends in Florida.
He proudly served his country, completing
two tours of Viet Nam and retiring with the U.S.
Navy in 1994.
He was a member of AMVET Post 007 and
F&AM A.I. Russell Lodge in Jacksonville.
Memorial Mass to be held at St. Theresa's in
Sunny Hills on November 16, 11 AM.
This world has lost a unique caring person.
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Haddock reports on WCSO activities to Kiwanis

Sheriff Bobby Haddock
was the guest speaker at
,Tuesday's Kiwanis meet-
ing, speaking on the subject
:of "Where We Are; Where
We're Going." He said that
his office acts as the "barbed
wire that keeps the citizens
of Washington County from
those who want to do us
harm, separating the sheep
from the wolves," accord-
ing to a news release from
Command staff consists
of the sheriff, two captains
and two lieutenants.
Other personnel in-
clude 14 full-time patrol
deputies, three part-time
patrol deputies, a full-time
civil deputy, nine commu-
nications dispatchers, two
investigators assigned to
crimes against people, three
investigators assigned to
narcotics, an evidence crime
scene investigator, 21 cor-
rectional officers, a full-
time victims advocate and

seven full-time administra-
tive staff.
Haddock said that outside
funding al-
lows him to
contract six
more posi-
tions and al-
lows the de-
partment to
more effec-
tively cover
the county
with two Haddock
full-time Wa-
ter Management deputies
and four full-time school
resource officers. Haddock
also noted that the Wash-
ington County patrol area
includes 597 square miles,
which is covered by 14 full-
time deputies.
Arrests were 745 in 2005,
880 in 2006 and are reported
to be 423 in the first six
months of 2007.
The Narcotics/Drug Task
Force includes the Sheriff's
office, Chipley Police De-

apartment, DEA and FDLE.
A grant of $237,000 in May
of 2005 has had a direct
effect on the ability of the
Drug Task Force to be suc-
cessful, Haddock said.
He said an additional
$73,000 grant has helped
result in 357 cases, 198
people arrested for selling
and/or possession controlled
substances, 16 people in-
dicted on drug charges and
three pending indictment
A crime scene investi-
gator is being trained as a
qualified fingerprint analyst
so the 12-18 month de-
lay in receiving fingerprint
analysis from FDLE can be
The Sheriff's crime vic-
tim/witness advocate fills
the gaps in a victim's needs,
first making sure the victim/
witness is safe, contacting
friends and/or family and
transporting the person to a
shelter, if needed.

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throughout life.
This historic and coveted
campaign advertising litera-
ture reads: "Fuller Warren,
All-Florida's Candidate for
It begins with the follow-
ing heading: Fuller Warren's
Covenant with the People.
"When I am your Governor,
I will diligently devote four
years of consecrated service
to the people of Florida. I
will energetically apply the
experience I have gained in
public service in an earnest
effort to make your state
government more of a bless-
ing and less of a burden.
"I will never treat the
office of Governor as my
personal possession, but
rather as a sacred trust and a
solemn responsibility which
has been temporarily com-
mitted to my keeping by the
people of a great and sover-
eign state.
"At all times, I shall ear-
nestly strive to so conduct
myself that in the end of my
term as Governor you will
still trust me as you did on
inauguration day."
The 1948 Fuller Warren
gubernatorial campaign was
endorsed by newspapers
throughout the state, ranging
from the Miami Herald and
Tampa Morning Tribune in
south Florida to the County
Record in Blountstown and
the Gulf County Daily Breeze
in Wewahitchka.
The candidate addressed
such issues as Easy Access
to the Governor, Women in
Government, Pensions for
the Aged, and Afflicted Citi-
zens to the usual topics of
Education, Highway Safety,
Expansion of Agriculture,
Livestock, Citrus and Devel-
opment of Industry.
In his campaign speeches,
Warren told tall tales dating
back to his early years while
growing up in Blountstown.
He repeated his story of
,walking to a one-room, one-
teacher school house, car-
rying his. lunch consisting
of two homemade biscuits
wrapped in newspaper. At
noon, he reports "punching a
hole in a biscuit and filling it
with homemade cane syrup
poured from a Mackey Boy
snuff can."
A favorite down-home
story was of a Calhoun
County rural family who
decided to expand their hunt-
�ng and trapping venture to
include bear. The boys in
the large family told their
father that he was to dress in
'a borrowed bear skin, disap-
pear into the swamp, and
emerge where the hunting
dogs could get acquainted

Fuller Warren's campaign literature

with the smell of the bear.
As the older man approached
the dogs, they immediately
attacked him unmercifully.
The daddy began to yell:
"Get 'em offen me boys! Get
'em offen me!" To which
the sons replied: "Stand it
if you can Pa, stand it if you
can. It'll be the making of
the dogs!"
Fuller Warren's greatest
achievement as Governor
included the "taste test"
citrus code, a model refores-
tation program, preliminary
planning for the Florida
Turnpike and the Jackson-
ville Expressway. Under his
active sponsorship, cattle
and other livestock were
outlawed from Florida high-
ways. Political pundits agree
the last item came back to
haunt Gov. Warren in his
ill-fated effort to return to the
Governor's chair in 1956.
Fuller Warren established
residence in Miami and prac-
ticed law after his service as
The former Governor
died in September 1973,
and his body was returned to
Blountstown for burial.
At the funeral service,
The Rev. Samuel Lee of the
First Baptist Church intro-
duced Congressman Claude
Pepper, who presented a
stirring eulogy.
The Hon. Don Fuqua,
also a U.S. Congressman,
was successful in having
the full text of the Claude
Pepper eulogy entered into

Submitted photo

the Congressional Record
on Sept. 25, 1973. In making
the request, Congressman
Fuqua spoke of Gov. Fuller
Warren as having "captured
the imagination of the people
of our state with his brilliant
oratory, keen wit and bound-
less enthusiasm." Fuqua,
who calls Altha home, also
spoke of Fuller Warren's
"wish to come back to Cal-
houn County for that final
peace which must come
to all - the great and the
This writer is indebted
to the Florida Handbook of
1963-64 by Allen Morrip
for much of the information
on Fuller Warren. Thanks is
also extended to Bill Webb
who made the complete
Congressman Claude Pepper
eulogy available. Bill Webb,
a personal friend of Fuller
Warren, attended the funeral
In the eloquent and mov-
ing tribute to Gov. Fuller
Warren, Claude Pepper used
a reference to Shakespeare
in his closing remarks. In
this emotionally charged
segment, Pepper quoted
Anthony's statement as he
stood over the body of his
defeated foe, Brutus, con-
cluding the eulogy with the
same words: "His life was
gentle and the elements so
mixed in him that nature
might stand up and say to all
the world, this was a man - a
good man," then added, "a
great man."

The Washington County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on
November 15, 2007 at 5 P.M. or as soon thereafter as possible, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, Washington County Annex, 1331 South Boulevard, Chipley, Florida, for
the purpose of adopting supplemental budget for Fiscal Year 2006-2007 to include monies
received above the original estimates:

Fund Fund Description Current Budget Adjustment Amended
No. Budget
001 General Fund $13,675,438.00 $10,899.00 $13,686,337.00
101 Law Enforcement Fund $410.00 $410.00
102 Transportation Fund $3,387,507.00 $93,674.00 $3,481,181.00
103 Court Facility Fund $8,107.00 $8,107.00
105 Public Library Fund $301,642.00 $301,642.00
106 Ag Center Fund $182,604.00 $182,604.00
108 SCRAP - CR 278 Fund $1,860,725.00 $1,860,725.00
109 Small County Grant Fund $191,176.00 $30,866.00 $222,042.00
110 Community Planning Fund $31,905.00 $31,905.00
111 Arthropod Control Fund $94,994.00 $94,994.00
112 Choose Life Fund $2,234.00 $2,234.00
114 Local Law Enforcement $4,000.00 $4,000.00
115 E911 Fund $110,390.00 $110,390.00
116 Police Education Fund $16,172.00 $16,172.00
117 Public Safety Fund $31,093.00 $31,093.00
118 EMS Grant 05-06 Fund $20,214.00 $20,214.00
119 EMS Grant 04-05 Fund $6,917.00 $6,917.00
120 NEW EOC Fund $2,150,000.00 $2,150,000.00
121 Radio Communication $122,119.00 $112,301.00 $234,420.00
122 Primary Care Challenge $103,000.00 $103,000.00
123 Wireless Telephone Fund $115,221.00 $115,221.00
124 Hud Section 8 Fund . $769,051.00 $769,051.00
125 Local Ship Year 13 Fund $27,032.00 $27,032.00
126 Tourist Development Fund $130,626.00 $130,626.00
127 Law Enforcement II Fund $40,422.00 $40,422.00
128 Supervisor of Elections $284,013.00 $284,013.00
129 EMS Matching Grant Fund $13,819.00 $6,475.00 $20,294.00
130 Emergency Manage ent $193,200.00 $193,200.00
131 Recycling Center Fund $45,193.00 $15,673.00 $60,866.00
132 Public Transportation $30,000.00 $25,000.00 $55,000.00
133 Law Enforcement III Fund $72,470.00 $72,470.00
134 Criminal Education Fund $42,108.00 $42,108.00
136 Cost of Incarceration Fund $5,629.00 $5,629.00
138 Local Ship Year 14 Fund $260,031.00 $260,031.00
139 Animal Control Fund $135,254.00 $8,189.00 $143,443.00
140 2007 Community Plan Fund $0.00 $25,000.00 $25,000.00
141 Five Points Fund $50,000.00 $50,000.00
142 Industrial Development $1,300.00 $1,300.00
143 Crimes Prevention $22,607.00 $22,607.00
144 Article V Fund $136,846.00 $136,846.00
145 Local Ship Year 16 Fund $0.00 $175,000.00 $175,000.00
146 Rural Co Grant Fund $9,339.00 $9,339.00
151 2005 Road Grant Fund $1,000,676.00 $1,000,676.00
152 Fifteen Dollar Fund $261,182.00 $261,182.00
153 Sixty-Five Dollar Fund $68,943.00 $68,943.00
154 Tax Deed Over Bid Fund $681,406.00 $681,406.00
155 Home Again Grant Fund $300,000.00 $300,000.00
156 Arts Council Fund $1,910.00 $1,910.00
158 Surplus Land Sales Fund $1,660,802.00 $1,660,802.00
159 Roulhac Shutter Fund $88,100.00 $88,100.00
160 Probation Fund $213,839.00 $213,839.00
162 SCRAP - South Blvd Fund $1,226,646.00 $1,226,646.00
163 SCOP - Fanning Branch $463,018.00 $463,018.00
164 Opportunity of Florida $750,000.00 $750,000.00
166 Hunter Park Fund $38,452.00 $38,452.00
168 SCRAP - CR 276 Fund $1,219,390.00 $1,219,390.00
169 SCOP - CR 279 Fund $287,482.00 $287,482.00
170 Gap Pond Fund $109,290.00 $109,290.00
171 EMS Ambulance Fund $117,622.00 $117,622.00
172 Local Ship Year 15 Fund $312,555.00 $35,543.00 $348,098.00
174 Rolling Pines Fund $540,500.00 $540,500.00
175 Wilder Park Fund $96,000.00 $96,000.00
180 Co Incentive Fund $121,165.00 $121,165.00
181 MSBU Fund $565,066.00 $565,066.00
182 Flood Mitigation Fund $5,800.00 $5,800.00
183 Hurricane Dennis Fund $0.00 $93,674.00 $93,674.00
184 Jail Renovations Fund $39,910.00 $26,008.00 $65,918.00
185 Recreational Fund $38,150.00 $11,256.00 $49,406.00
186 Local Assistance Fund $10,639.00 $10,639.00
187 COA Hurricane Shutters $26,821.00 $26,821.00
189 Fire Operation Fund / $611,578.00 $611,578.00
190 Voters Education Fund $8,499.00 , $8,499.00
191 Recycling Fund $20,765.00 $8,000.00 $28,765.00
192 Fish Restock Fund $48,970.00 $48,970.00
193 Grants Administration $79,567.00 $79,567.00
194 Enhancement Fund $92.00 $92.00
196 Home Land Security Fund $13,544.00 $1,060.00 $14,604.00
198 Falling Waters Fund $808,065.00 $808,065.00
199 Animal Service Fund $8,189.00 $8,189.00
201 Debt Service Fund $1,075,952.00 $1,075,952.00
202 Loan Fund $496,762.00 $62,389.00 $559,151.00
203 Debt Service Fire Fund $7,246.00 $7,246.00
205 MSBU Debt Fund $212,094.00 $212,094.00
207 General Debt Fund $636,000.00 $636,000.00
209 Boat Ramp Fund $39,603.00 $39,603.00
210 Building Dept Fund $266,893.00 $7,000.00 $273,893.00
211 Debt Service E91 1 Fund $49,646.00 $49,646.00
214 2007 Rural E91 1 Fund $0.00 $52,453.00 $52,453.00
215 2006 Home Land Fund $0.00 $31,720.00 $31,720.00
216 2007 Home Land Fund $0.00 $4,500.00 $4,500.00
217 Trip Joint Fund $0.00 $99,832.00 $99,832.00
218 NWFCH Wind Retro Fund $0.00 $776,986.00 $776,986.00
220 SCOP - Wash Blvd Fund $0.00 $112,080.00 $112,080.00
224 Chain Lake Fund $0.00 $24,100.00 $24,100.00
225 River Road Fund $0.00 $74,050.00 $74,050.00
228 05 Home Land Fund $0.00 $13,224.00 $13,224.00

| _ | TOTAL BUDGET $39,313,637.00 $1,936,952.00 $41,250,589.00
Complete details of amended budgets are available for public inspection at the Washington
County Board Finance Department, 1293 Jackson Avenue, Chipley, Florida.
Persons are advised that, if they decide to appeal any decisions made at these meetings/hearings,
they will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose, they may need to insure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based, per Section 286.0105 Florida Statutes.

Jerry W.-Sapp,Chairman

Linda H. Cook, Clerk of Courts and the
Washington County Bo, 'of Commissioners
By: Dianne Carter, Deputy Clerk




Veteran - Lawyer - Legislator

6, Washington County News, Saturday, November 10, 2007

CHS Band does
well at District,
concerts planned
Chipley High School
"Spirit of the Tiger" March-
ing Band participated in the
annual Florida Bandmas-
ters Association District 2
Marching Band Assessment
in Panama City on Oct. 27.
The information was pro-
vided in a news release from
the CHS band.
Along with bands in the
surrounding nine-county
,area, the CHS band per-
formed their field show be-
fore a large crowd and five
judges at Tommy Oliver
Stadium. Each band was
evaluated in the areas of Mu-
sic Performance, Marching
and Maneuvering, General
Effect and Auxiliaries. The
judges in each area rated
each band's performance


on a five-point scale ranging
from "Superior" to "Poor".
The CHS Band performed
their 2007 "Cirque Du So-
liel: La Nouba" field show
and was rated superior by
each judge in every caption.
In fact, Chipley was one of
only six bands rated superior
in all areas at this assess-
ment event. The FBA Muk'ic
Performance Assessment is
equivalent to the FCAT for

*music programs.
According to CHS Band
Director Richard Davenport,
this year's results confirms
a tradition of excellence at
Chipley High School, mak-
ing this the 15th consecutive
year the band has been rated
superior at FBA District
Marching Assessment!.
Drum Major Justin
Woods, Band Captain Mack-
enzie Lane, Drum Captain

Wade Boan and Guard Cap-
tain Ashley Funderburk led
the 60-member "Spirit of the
Tiger" Band on the field.
The band is preparing
for its winter concerts; the
CHS Tiger Jazz Band will
perform on Dec. 13 and the
Symphonic Band will play
on Dec. 17. Both free con-
certs will begin at 6:30p.m.
in the CHS Auditorium on
Brickyard Road.

Continued from page 1

match to start construction,
or get a loan from Florida
Rural Water and pay it back
when DEP provides funding.
Construction of Phase III is
planned for 12 months and
Phase IV is planned to take
16 months.
Phase II, which includes
manhole replacement, line
work (including "pipe burst-
ing") and resurfacing, is
scheduled to be completed
by the end of November.
The remaining work would
only require lane closing,
not closing entire roads. Lift
station improvements should
also be completed by end of
the months.
Road resurfacing will
also move forward. Council
approved taking $200,000
from the City reserves to
resurface parts of several
roads. The City is complet-
ing about $150,000 worth of
resurfacing work and Morris
urged Council to approve
the additional work while
construction prices are good.
Coggin Street, 3rd Avenue
and several areas of curbing
were among the projects
discussed. This leaves about
$800,000 in reserve.
"We'll take the worst first
and pave until funds run
out," Morris said.
Problems with the new
water tank were also dis-

cussed. As reported earlier,
the new tank is nine feet too
low, which means another
tank online cannot be filled
to capacity. Morris said that
costs the City about 30,000
gallons of water storage.
Morris said that Engineer
of Record Hatch Mott Mc-
Donald is unwilling to pay
about $20,000 for installa-
tion of a special valve to
largely correct the problem.
Morris read a letter from
HMM where he believes
they say, in effect, that they
would do enough in-kind
work down the road to pay
for the valve.
Council members ap-
peared skeptical of this
claim, and approved turning
the matter over to City Attor-
ney Sheila Engram. Engram
was instructed to write a let-
ter to HMM stating that the
City would pursue action.
In other business, Coun-
*Approved resolution
08-03 for funding sewer
improvements at Hwys. 77
and 90 and to the Wal-Mart
lift station.
*Approved a $100 Christ-
mas bonus for each City
*Approved taking $20,000
from the cemetery fund of
about $50,000 (provided by
lot sales and other sources)
to resurface as much of the
two main roads going into
the cemetery as possible.

5 YEARS AGO, 2002
Miranda Kriser was
crowned homecoming queen
at Chipley High School. Her
,dad, Michael Kriser, was
her escort. Vernon's home-
coming queen was Donshe
Brown. Her father, Milton
Brown, escorted her.
The local Public Library
Cooperative System cel-
ebrated its 10th year with a
'dinner-meeting at the Chuck
Wagon House in Chipley.
Larry Enfinger retired af-
ter four years as a Washing-
ton County Commissioner.
He had previously spent 12
Years on the school board.
Lenzy Corbin, regained
the District 4 County Com-
mission seat he had lost
four years before, and Vann
Brock won the District I
school board race during the
Nov. 5 election.
Washington County Parks
& Recreation stocked area
lakes with fingerlings pur-
chased from Paul's Fish
Farms in Esto. Lucas Lake
was seeded with 55,000
shellcracker and blue gill.
10 YEARS AGO, 1997
Nearly 300 people gath-
ered at the Possum Palace
for the first Wausau School
Connie Sweigart of Sun-
ny Hills was honored by
Chipley Woman's Club as
its Woman of Achievement.
Retired Marine Lieu-
*tenant General Bob Mil-
Sligan, who was serving as
state comptroller, was guest
*speaker for local Veterans

I, Allan Creamer,

apologize to

the residents

of Washington

County for

engaging in

drug activity.

Day observances.
The children of Myrtle
Hughes honored her with a
party on her 78th birthday.
Nobody was surprised
when Tommy McDonald
and Linda Cain were voted
into Chipley's top city coun-
cil seats.

15 YEARS AGO, 1992
Bill Shumaker, vice presi-
dent of the Creek Indian Na-
tion east of the Mississippi,
told members of the Wash-
ington County Historical
Society it was not legal to
be an Indian in the state of
Florida before 1938.
Members of the Chipley
Juniorettes, a group spon-
sored by Chipley Woman's
Club, won a trophy as the
best first-year Juniorette
Club in the state.
The reigning Miss Ver-
non, Lori Lynn Rhoton, was
scheduled to compete in the
Peanut Festival pageant.
Donna Douglas of tele-
vision's Beverly Hillbillies
was featured in a perfor-
mance at the Agricultural
Center in Chipley.
30 YEARS AGO, 1977
Vernon's volleyball girls
won a Graceville tournament

that made them the new con-
ference champs.
The proposed Vernon city
charter, which was expected
to be on the Dec. 12 ballot,
would replace the original
50-year-old charter in which
discrepancies had been dis-
Property Appraiser Ro-
land Walsingham was pre-
paring computer tapes for
the Department of Revenue
with a large amount of in-
formation on each of the
county's more than 16,000
parcels of land.
Candidates for Vernon
homecoming queen were
Dixie Pettis, Debbie Levens,
JoAnn Kirk and Bridgette

45 YEARS AGO, 1962
The U.S. Department
of Health, Education and
Welfare approved a 20-room
addition to the Washington
County Hospital at a cost of
Shivers Hotel opened a
new dining room in Chipley.
It was expected to serve fam-
ily-style and ala carte meals
seven days a week.
Roland and Bessie Fowl-
er entertained members of

I, Kinnon Aycock,
do publicly
apologize to the
citizens of
Chipley for
actions I took.
I do promise to
help do my part to
keep the
streets safe.

the CHS Class of 1932 after
the homecoming football
55 YEARS AGO, 1952
Making a trip to Macon,
Ga., were Mrs. Euless Wat-
ford, Mrs. A.G. Dasinger and
Miss JaNelle Gardner. Mrs.
Dasinger visited her sister
while the others were guests
of Sara Watford, a Wesleyan
College freshman.
Betty Christmas returned
from a vacation spent in Bir-
mingham, Ala., where she
visited her mother. She also
saw a sister and brother-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Farris
in Memphis, Tenn.
F.M. Farrior was in the
process of erecting a six-
room residence on the cor-
ner of Railroad and Third
Col. D.H. Home of Or-
ange Hill was victim of a
serious accident while in the
stock lot. A mule kicked him
breaking his thigh bone just
below the hip joint.
A cement walk being laid
in front of Wells' Brothers
Store was expected to be a
big improvement over the
old brick walk.

The City of Chipley is now chipping debris
and will be selling chips to the Wood Pel-
let Plant in Cottondale. The City Council
is offering mulch to citizens of Chipley for
personal use. If you are a Chipley resident
and are interested in mulch, contact Public
Works Office at 638-6346.


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Nov. 16
NASCAR Live! - SPEED @ 9 a.m.
Truck Series Final Practice - SPEED @ 9:30 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Practice - SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
Busch Series' Practice - SPEED @ noon
NEXTEL Bud Pole Qualifying - ESPN2 @ 2 p.m.
Truck Series Bud Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 4 p.m.
NASCAR Now - ESPN2 @ 5 p.m.
Truck Series Year in Racing - SPEED @ 5:30 p.m.
Truck Series Setup - SPEED @ 6:30 p.m.
Truck Series Ford 200 - SPEED @ 7 p.m.
Nov. 17
NASCAR Live! - SPEED @ 9 a.m.
NASCAR NETEL Cup Practice - SPEED @ 11 a.m.
Busch Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 11 a.m.
NASCAR Live! - SPEED @ 1 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Final Practice - ESPN2 @ 2 p.m .
Busch Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 3 p.m.
Busch Series Ford 300 - ESPN2 @ 3:30 p.m.
Nov. 18
NASCAR Raceday - SPEED @ 10:30 a.m.
NEXTEL Cup Countdown - ABC @ 2 p.m.
NEXTEL Cup Ford 400 - ABC @ 2:45 p.m.
NASCAR Victory Lane - SPEED @ 7 p.m.


Nov. 17
Miami, Fla.

Nov. 16 .
Miami, Fla..


Gas problem caused by

portable fuel dispenser

An investigation conducted
by NASCAR and official fuel
supplier Sunoco pinpointed the
cause of bad fuel at Atlanta as a
portable fuel dispenser, used at
Atlanta to ease the crush around
the primary pumps located near
the Nextel Cup garage.
"A failure did occur in a
piece of portable dispensing
equipment that is sometimes
used to supplement the perma-
nent pumps on busy race days,"
NASCAR spokesman Kerry
Tharp said Friday at Texas
Motor Speedway. "This failure
allowed a small amount of water
to be dispensed. Portable equip-
ment has been used for many
years without problems, and, in
fact, this equipment functioned
properly during the Craftsman
[Truck Series] race at Atlanta

RidiNq The

Driver: Dave Blaney
Owner: Bill Davis
Points: 2654
Points out of 34th: 23
Points ahead of 36th: 127
Place Owner
33 Joe Custer
34 Kyle Petty
35 Bill Davis
36 Glen Wood
37 James Rocco
38 Dietrich Mateschitz

right before the Nextel Cup
Tharp added that the
portable dispenser was not
required for fueling at Texas, and
that modifications have been
made to prevent a repeat of last
week's event. That's little conso-
lation to drivers like Hamlin and
Dave Blaney, who saw their
Atlanta runs ruined by watered-
down gasoline.
"We don't have any choice
but to be [OK with NASCAR's
findings]," said Mike Brown,
general manager of the Bill
Davis Racing team that fields
Blaney's car. "I don't know of
any recourse that we could have.
It's unfortunate. I guess we were
just the first one in line [at the
fuel pumps] or something. It's
just one of those deals."

Dave Blaney
Driver Points
Johnny Sauter 2736
Kyle Petty 2677
Dave Blaney 2654
Bill Elliott 2527
Scott Riggs 2390
Brian Vickers 2241




NIJimmie Johnson proves to be the Lone Star in Texas

sports@srpressgazette. coin
Jimmie Johnson has turned it on at the right time for the second consec-
utive season in his quest for back-to-back NEXTEL Cup Titles.
Johnson, who drives for teammate and closest competitor Jeff Gordon,
has won three races and once again left Texas with the lead in the Chase for
the NEXTEL Cup.
Last season Johnson had problems, but turned it around to finish strong
with crew chief Chad Kanus to claim their first title.
Now Johnson is pushing for title number two, as it is 'Jimmie Johnson

"I think tracks have
something to do with it," said
Johnson. 'There are good
tracks that we see in the spring
and fall and that has a lot to do .
with it. N
"We just show up and we
do the same job every week
that we always do but there
are certain tracks that we are
better at."
Many in the garage feel
the mastemaind behind
Johnson and his success is
Knaus, who is riding the
momentum heading into the
final two races of the year at
Phoenix and Miami-
"Momentum can just as
much be an enemy as it can
be an asset because you'll see
guys go out there and they
will start to gain momentum,
get a little cocky, a little lax __
and have a mistake," said
Knaus. "I think our team
does a good job of taking
momentum and turning it
into a good thing and using it
almost like an energizer.
"When you go to the
racetrack feeling comfortable
with the decisions that you
made, it makes me feel more
comfortable when I'm mak-
ing the pit calls on the pit box
that the guys actually have
good pit stops."
The momentum bug has
taken a nibble at Johnson as
"I think that we have
been on quite a roll here and
going to victory lane does
something for the crew and
the shop that you didn't do it
any other way," said Johnson.

"When you go to victory lane, there's just a buzz that goes though all of
Hendricks Motorsports and on the 48 team as well.
"The momentum has been going in our direction right now, but it is only
a 30 point lead for the last two weeks. I have been able to make up roughly 60
points and with 10 races left."
Johnson pondered the task ahead for a moment, "And Jeff hasn't had bad
races the last two events. It's not like he's had bad nights so I can finish 10th
and he can win and I'm back in second."
For car owner Rick Hendrick the position he finds himself in is close to
something expected.
Four titles with Jeff Gordon, a title with Terry Labonte, and now Johnson
is trying to repeat in 2007.
1 H1 ^But that doesn't mean he
--, ' a will let a win get away for the
"I thought about it,"
said Hendrick, who has
three drivers in this years
Chase. "We have got an
--Mrj , . i . *awful lot at stake here and
Jeff was running seventh.
- ., "I thought we don't
' need to do this, but I felt
like Jimmie was under con-
trol and I was nervous and
S J -.l wanting to hit the button.
. , Yes I was thinking about
it' it."


Trm rn It _ Backstretch: 1,551 feet / 00

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

Ironically, this is a long
way from when Hendrick
was first looking at
Johnson, who now has 14 of
his 32 career wins in the
past two seasons, to drive
for him.
"I remember asking
him if he could win and him
telling me he could win,"
said Hendrick. "When I
took him to Charlotte to test
we saw some good things
right out of the gate.
"You have to remem-
ber I didn't know how good
Jimmie or Chad would be,
but we are very fortunate
and they both deserve a lot
of credit after we had a
rough start."
If Johnson wins this
weekend and holds on to
take the title he will be the
second driver in NASCAR
history to visit victory lane
at the mile track and win the
cup series.
The first and only driv-
er was the late Dale
Earnhardt, Sr., back in 1990.

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Nov. 18
Miami, Fla.

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Turn 2

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* 8 * Washington County News * Saturday, November 10, 2007


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week for the first 20 words, plus 25 cents per word for each word over 20.
Deadlines for insertion, correction or cancellation are Monday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekly Advertiser, Holmes County Times-Advertiser and Wednesday News; Thursday at 12:00 Noon for the Weekend
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1100 - Legal Advertising
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1120 - Public Notices/
1130 -Adoptions
1140 - Happy Ads
1150 - Personals
1160 - Lost
1170 - Found

ERS will receive sealed
bids from any qualified
.person, company or cor-
poration interested in con-
structing the following
,Plans and specifications
"can be obtained at:
Washington County Ad-
-ministrative Office, 1331
-South Blvd. Chipley, FL
There will be a mandatory
,pre-bid meeting on No-
:vember 14, 2007 at 3:00

p.m. at 1331 South Blvd. bid must conform to Sec-
Chipley, Fl 32428. tion 287.133(3) Florida
Statutes, on public entity
Completion date for this crimes. The right is re-
project will be 150 days served, as the interest of
from the date of the Notice the Owner may require, to
to Proceed presented to reject any and all bids and
the successful bidder, to waive any informality in
Washington County re- bids received.
serves the right to select
one bidder for all projects Attention of bidders is
or individual bidders for called to the Licensing
separate road improve- Law of Florida. All bidders
ment projects. The con- must comply with all appli-
tract timeframe will be ne- cable state and local laws
gotiated by Washington concerning licensing, reg-
County and any individual istration and regulation of
contractor that is awarded contractors doing busi-
an individual road im- ness in Florida.
provement project. Liqui-
dated damages for failure Attention of the bidders is
to complete the project on particularly called to the
the specified date will be requirements as to condi-
set at $500.00 per day. tions of employment to be
observed and minimum
Please indicate on the en- wage rates to be paid un-
velope that this is a sealed der the Contract, Section
bid, the project name, and 3 Segregated Facilities,
what the bid is for. Section 109, Executive Or-
der 11246, and all applica-
Along with the bid, con- ble laws and regulations
tractors are to submit a of the Federal Govern-
bid bond amounting to 5 ment and State of Florida.
percent of base bid. Be-
fore finalizing a contract, Washington County is an
contractors are to furnish Equal Opportunity Em-
performance, labor and ployer and encourages
material bonds amounting minority and women
to 100 percent of contract owned businesses to par-
sum. An authorized agent ticipate in this project as
who is a resident in Flor- prime or sub-contractor.
ida, who is qualified for
the execution of such in- Bids will be received until
struments, shall counter- 3:00 RM. Central Time, on
sign these bonds and the November 21, 2007 at the
bond shall have attached Washington County Com-
thereto Power of Attorney mission Office at 1331
of the signing official. South Blvd. Chipley, Fl,
32428 and will be opened
Bids, accompanied by the and read aloud at the
Public Entity Crime State- Washington County Com-
ment and Bid Bond, must mission Office at 3:05
be submitted upon the p.m. on November 21,
standard forms furnished 2007 The Board reserves
by Preble-Rish, Inc. The the right to reject any and

all bids.
Cost for Plans and Specifi-
cations will be $150.00 per
set and is non-refundable.
Checks should be made
payable to Preble-Rish,
As published in the Wash-
ington County News No-
vember 3, 10, 2007.

Section 00020
City of Chipley, Florida
Separate sealed bids for
the Historic Rehabilitation
and Renovation of the Old
Chipley Town Hall and
construction relative to ac-
cessibility issues will be
received by the Chipley
City Council, Washington
County, Florida in the
Council Room of City Hall
in Chipley, Florida until
2:00 p.m. local time on
November 27, 2007 and
then publicly opened and
read aloud.
A mandatory pre-bid con-
ference is scheduled for
2:00 p.m. local time on
November 13, 2007. The
conference will be held in
the Council Room at City
Hall. You must attend this
pre-bid conference to be
allowed to submit a bid.
The Bids permitted above
shall be made only by fill-
ing in the blanks provided
in the proposal. Any bid
qualified by writing in any
other way than specifically
stated above will not be

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The Contractor shall fur-
The Contractor shall per- nish a performance bond
form a minimum of 50 per- in an amount at least
cent of work by his own equal to 100% of the con-
work forces unless specifi- tract price as security for
cally authorized by the the faithful performance of
Owner and Engineer and this contract and also a
no Subcontractor shall be payment bond in amount
allowed to perform work not less than 100% of the
on the project unless they contract price or in a pe-
are acceptable to the nal sum not less than that
Owner and Engineer. prescribed by State, terri-
torial or local law, as se-
The information for bid- curity for the payment of
ders, Form of Bid, Form of all persons performing la-
Contract, Plans, Specifica- bor on the project under
tions, and Forms of Bid this contract and furnish-
Bond, Performance and ing materials in connec-
Payment Bonds, and tion with this contract. The
other contract documents performance bond and
may be examined at the the payment bond may be
following: Polyengineer- in one or in separate in-
ing, Inc. of Florida, located struments in accordance
at 1935 Headland Avenue, with local law but shall in
Dothan, Alabama 36303. all cases be prepared on
Copies may be obtained the forms specified and
from Polyengineering. signed by a Bonding
Inc., 1935 Headland Ave- Company authorized to
nue, Dothan, Alabama, do business in the State of
36303, upon payment of Florida.
One Hundred Fifty Dollars
($150.00) for each set. No plans or bidding docu-
ments will be issued after
Any unsuccessful bidder the pre-bid conference.
or any non-bidder upon
returning such set in good No bidder may withdraw
condition within ten (10) his bid within thirty-five
days after Bid Opening (35) days after the actual
will be refunded One Hun- date of the opening
dred Fifty Dollars thereof.
The award of this contract
A Bid Bond payable to is subject to Chapter 112,
City of Chipley, Florida for Florida Statutes, which re-
an amount not less than quires any bidder to de-
five percent (5%) of the clare any and all conflicts
amount of the bid shall be of interest.
filed with the proposal, the
Bidders Bond being pre- All bids must be in sealed
pared on the forms speci- envelopes reflecting on
fied and signed by a the outside thereof
Bonding Company author- "Historic Rehabilitation
ized to do business in the and Renovation of the Old
State of Florida. Town Hall, City of Chipley,
Florida" to be opened at

| 1100 | 1100 I 2100
2:00 p.m. o'clock local Tommy McDonald, Mayor For Sale- Miniature
time on November 27, As published in the Wash- Schnauzer, male; 5mos,
2007". The City Council ington County News No- Salt & Pepper. House
will consider all bids prop- vember 3, 10, 17, 2007. trained. Comes with his
early submitted at its own house, running chain.
scheduled Bid Opening in Shots up to date.
the Council Room at City 326-0345.
Hall, 1442 Jackson Ave- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
nue, Chipley, Florida, OF THE Gorgeous AKC Registered
32428. Add Florida Grant FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL chocolate Labrador Re-
# SC708 to outside of en- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR triever puppies, $250.,
velope. WASHINGTON COUNTY ready to go or will hold for
FLORIDA Christmas with deposit.
There is no obligation on ,850-956-4259
the part of the County to CASE NO. 2007-174
award the bid to the low-
est bidder, and the County TURNER LAND ENTER-
reserves the right to award PRISES, LLC, a
the bid to the bidder sub- Florida limited liability
emitting a responsive bid company, -
with a resulting negotiated
agreement which is most Plaintiff,
advantageous and in the vs.
best interest of Washing- MERC.I
ton County, and to waive KARL HEINZ BONIG, " - - 1-
any irregularity or techni- 3100 -Antiques
cality in bids received. Defendant. 3110 -Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
Washington County shall 3130 - Auctions
be the sole judge of the NOTICE OF ACTION 3140 - Baby Items
bid and the resulting ne- 3150 - Building Supplies
gotiating agreement that T KARL HEINZ BONIG 3160 - Business
is in its best interest and TO: KARL HEIN BONG Equipment
its decision shall be final, and UNKNOWN HEIRS 3170 - Collectibles
OF KARL HEINZ BONIG 3180 - Computers
Any bidder failing to mark YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a 3190 - Electronics
outside of envelope as set Complaint to Quiet Title 3200 - Firewood
forth herein may not be for the following property: 3210 Furee Pass It On
entitled to have their bid 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
considered. Lot 11, Block 408 of 3240 - Guns
I Sunny Hills Unit 6, ac- 3250 - Good Things to Eat
All bids should be ad- cording to the Plat thereof 3260 - Health & Fitness
dressed as follows: as recorded in Plat Book 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
ATTN: Dan Miner, Assis- 2, Page(s) 60 through 76, 3280 - Machinery/
tant City Administrator of the Public Records of Equipment
Chipley City Hall Washington County, Flor- 3290 - Medical Equipment
1442 Jackson Avenue ida. 3310 - Musicallanstments
Chipley, Florida 32428 has been filed against you 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
has been filed against you Supplies
Dan Miner and others, and you are 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
Assistant City Administra- required to serve a copy 3340 - Sporting Goods
tor of your written defenses, if 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
CITY COUNCIL any, to it on MARY W.
Plaintiffs attorneys, 3520 B&B Furniture 1342
Thomasville Road, 4th North RR Avenue, Chip-
Floor, Tallahassee, Florida ley. We pay cash for
32309-3469, no more than clean, quality furniture.
thirty (30) days from the 850-557-0211 or
first publication date of 850-415-6866. Ask for
this notice of action, and Pasco or Carolyn
file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either Bedroom Suite King bed
before service on Plaintiff's built in headboard with
attorneys or immediately mirrors and lighted curio
thereafter; otherwise, a cabinets, includes dresser
default will be entered also with mirror & lighted
against you for the relief curio Very.clean, mattress
demanded in the com- incl. $800.obo call
plaint or petition. 638-7383
DATED this 29 day Octo- Furniture & Mattresses
ber, 2007. Low, IoW, low overhead
' guarantees low,: low,- low
...... , .Lindq Cook . prices;'R&SiDisceunt'Fur-
niture, Chipley. ,(Since
BY: K. McDaniel 1973) 850638-4311
Deputy Clerk
. As published in the Wash-
_ '__- ington County News No-q
vember 3, 10, 17, 24, 3230
2007 "Huge" Yard Sale, Friday
& Saturday, November 9
& 10 from 7 a.m. until.
' The Chipley Redevelop- Furniture, tools, what-nots,
ment Agency Solicitation clothes and lot of
for Bid miscellaneous. 180
Son-In-Law Rd. Bonifay.
- The Chipley Redevelop- 547-5583
ment Agency is currently Yard Sale: Satur
replace two sections of day, November 10th at
roof at the TJ. Rouhlac 907 WBanfill Avenue. 8
Enrichment Center. Speci- a.m. until.
fications may be obtained Big Yard Sale, November
from Chris MacBlain, CRA, 9th, 10th, Friday, Satur-
685 7th Street, Chipley, FL day, behind Armory.
32428, 850.638.4157. Bids (Bonifay) from 8:00
will be accepted until No- a.m.-until. Clothes, furni-
vember 12, 2007 at Noon. ture, shoes, knick-knacks,
The CRA reserves the baby stuff, to much stuff
right to reject any and all list. Ya'll Come!
bids Huge 6 Family yard sale, 8
eThe CRA complies with a.m. until, Saturday at
the Americans with Disa- Amerigas Office in Chip-
bilities Act. Any person re-ly, 1422 . Blvd. Lotsof
quiring assistance is clothes, all sizes, toys, dis-
asked to contact Chris continued new Home Inte-
MacBlain at 850.638.4157. rior items & candles,
- As published in the Wash- household items, jewelry,
-- . ington County News Octo- lots of misc. Great Prices.
_ ber 31, 2007. Huge Yard Sale, Satur-
' _day, November 10th,
8am-until, 1440 Clifford
-Street, Bonifay (behind
' . Badcock) Clothes, Toys,
Home Gym, tools, truck
-- I 1100 tool boxes and much
, -, - more.
-COLOR SELLS! Multi Family Yard Sale-
I�BBBl Get Your Classified Chipley Florist, 709 7th St.
Ad In Saturday, November 10, 8
COLORI. AM-Until. Lots of misc
Call now for details items.
and be notlcedl Yard Sale- Saturday, No-
638-0212 vember 10th. 1595 Near-
^Lor ing Hills Cir., Chipley.
C E 6 547-9414 9:00-3:00. Clothes, shoes,
C E household items, misc.
Yard Sale!! Hwy 77 next

S1120 household decor, toys,
r what nots, ect. 7 AM-12
VAL - Dec 8 - Vernon. - Yard Sale, Saturday, No-
Need craft vendors - vember 10, 7:30 to noon,
Set up fee $10.00. Call 3889 Belmar Place, Sunny
Ann 535-0670 or Betty Hills, go 1 block past the
535-9603 Catholic Church, turn left.
Playstation 1 & 2 ,
________________Nintendo (original super &
64) and games, Sega
game gear and games.
Men's jeans, sizes 32, 33,
/ tj "k \& 34. Books, large com-
y putter desk and much
Yard Sale: 1351 Coleman
., ave. near Kate Smith
School, Chipley, Friday &
Er& ANIA1S Saturday 8a.m? Sago
palms, plants, angel trum-
2100 - Pets pets, bug sprays, '/2 price
2110 - Pets: Free to cemetery angels, Christ-
2120 - PtHoples mas baskets, mulcher,
2130 - Farm AnSmals/ grill, tv, blankets, house-
Supplies hold decors, gifts, cloth-
2140 - Pets/Livestock ing, shoes, jeans, collecta-
Wanted bles.

Washington County News * Saturday, November 10, 2007 * 9 0

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For Sale: Kabota MX General Graceland Manor Apart- House for rent, 2BR/2BA 1 acre north of Bonifay, 2005 Chevy Aveo, 4 cylin-
5000 tractor, 50 HP, 4 Management Executive Office ments. Rental assistance with central htg & a/c with cleared & surveyed. Un- der, auto, a/c, spoiler,
wheel drive, 16 foot bush Public Records Re- space for ease on on 1, 2, and 3 bedrooms large yard in a quiet paved road, $12,000. alloys, more. Clear Title,
hog. Less than 200 hours. orter- Chiley Boni- PT/FT Sales- Hibbett Brickyard Rd. Great Handicapped and country area approxi- Mobile Home for rent. Make Offer, Call Stephanie 40,000 miles, 34 mpg.,
547-9415 fay, Marianna. 1 Sports is opening soon location across from non-handicapped accessi- mately 4 miles NW of 2BR/2BA. On Pioneer Rd, Bradley at Tri-County Re- $9,000. 850-547-2986
day/every 2 weeks. Re- in Chipley. Send re- Chipley High SchooL. ble apartments. 850 Chipley. NO smoking in- 4 miles East of Vernon. alty. 850-541-1099 leave message.
ply: ePO.Box 1904. sumes "ATTN DM" to: 638-7700-263-4464, TDD/TTY 711. side & NO inside pets. 850-638-7315 or
W - Crestview, F. 32436 411 Mary Esther : 5445 Brown Street, $425. month $425. 850-638-3254. MP Enterprises Land For Sale- Silver 2000
[- 3300w OR e-mail: Cutt-Off NW, Unit C, Ft. Graceville, FL. Equal deposit with no
3300 OR em Walton Beach, FL. housing authority exceptions. Call 547-4006 Mobile Homes for rent in Sale and ce. 5 ares Grand Am New heads
3 Cemetery Plots in old nfo@wspermits.com 32548 or e-mail to Executive Office Space after 5 p.m. Cottondale on Sapp Road,r more for houses only, waterpump, thermostat, ti-
division,_Lot_#_HealthcareSE after 5 p.m. wooded & pasture. 3 mi- reIm macu ate in
division, Lot #273, in Lee.Gordon@hibbettcom for rent downtown Chip- H C 8 miles east of Chipley. u of Chi res. Immaculate inside &
Glenwood Cemetery, Healthcare Hibbett Sports ley. 638-1918 3BR/2BA and 2BR/2BA les South of hipey. out. Runs Great. $3800.
Chipley, FL. Call for price. cndcsrgetig._______ , available. Toalecr.HsoRBaed,._$3800.
850-433-5318y, . CNA'S Needed in your conducts drug testing 6140 available. Total eclectic. ghway 77, Gainer Rd., 638-4197.
850-3-5318. area. $12.00 Hourly. www.hibbett.com. For Rent 2BR/2bath 6170 (850)258-4868; 209-8847 uon Rd., Beadle Rd.,
Bales of hay for sale. CNA Prep Course availa- For Rent- Commercial of- house for rent on Tobe www.charloscountryliv- uddy Rd (4) five acres For Sale, 97 Cadillac DRdev-
$5/per bale.535-2264 ble. Start your career fice space near downtown Retherford Rd. Bonifay. 2BR Singlewide. Water & ing.com (8) ten acres (5) eight ac- ile, clean and depnda-
For Sale- 1940's today! 850-303-2579. Other Chipley. Approx Call 850-548-5888 garbage furnished All ou- (8) ten acres (5) eight ac- er le 6000. Can and dependa-ll
Window/Saches, for de- Healthcare 1n 0-OSq.Ft. Call electric. Front & back Nice 3BR/2BA Dou- res. Owner financing or ble. $6000. Call
corMaintenan 850-638-1959.Homefor Rent- Chey orch Call 850-63-1911 blewide, Chipley, Wausau cash. Low down payment, 850-260-5375
ainue wahi, s h eaiearmem ite an 850- . 2BR/1BAhouse.$550mo, 850-326-0044, line. Fenedfor horses. 35 low monthly payments.
manua l galvanized wash Immediate Signature Health care is $300/dep. Water, sewage, 850-326-2201. minutes to Panama City. Call Milton Peel for infor-
china cabinet, 5 shelf, Licensed Physical Ther- currently recruiting main- Office Space for Rent- 3 garbage included. No For more information call nation 850-638-1858
$50in Teacher sume to ant (PTA 917 rets. 850-814-2625. 3BR/2BA Doublewide for 850-892-1084. . Pioneer. 4BR/2BA, very leave message on
S 5 1 Chipley, FL 32428 personnel forr Housing Act which of extras provided. Large / ar2350 \ good condition. $19,500. machine
$300. 526-4561 ing salary $47,840. Coi- Long-Term Care facilities AC/carpeted. Dunn Build- Publisher's Bonifay on Springhill Rd. 3BR,/1BA$425 1985 Chev Sl0 Blazer,
For Sale- Like new China petitive salary and bne- in the Tri-County area. We n. $350 plus tax. kes It llegal to adverse lot w/Blue Springs access. Must be moved
Cabinet with light, $250. fits. Please fax resume to offer competitive pay and 850-579-2821. Notice $500 a month, $500 de- 3BR/2BA $450 7160 4x4 runs, but needs tune

$50. 19 inch TV. with sume to . Box 917 Bedroom Apartment in handicapll real estate adve or quired.tising in For Sale- 1999 1 6x8 850-548-5555 if not home
stand, $50.CalPen; 12 tubular HTeacher Chipley, FL 32428 this nwspaperigin, or an intenct 3BR/2BA MVeryNice Homets Pineer4BR/2BAverylea message 9.500.
850-415-1412panels, plusgates makes DeFunak Springs. Mystery Shoppers get tonNo pets. 6 ofextras provided. Large /good condition $19500 263machine.

Very good condition. 2 PCoul establishments need un- includes children under the Heat/air, we furnish water ss.Mustbemoved.Call
lungs years. $800. anity derercover clientsto judge ALL LARGE "anypreference, limitatonor Smoke free environment. $50t,0. 7100 - H850-63-1231

547-9780 mainain a clean center. quality customer service. AmPAiRTMENTS-1 BR o legal t custodians, preg- l e m Snth with deposit 7110 - Beach Home/ Mu b
Councsist teacher i accept- a day. $450 S/D$200 discrimination based on no pets. Reference re- 2002 Jeep Liberty sports,
s a547-2017 Center Assistanti fo te Or race, color, religion, sex,quired, 638-7822. fully loaded, 6 cylinder,
547-20 1 2 Centartanrorthe. Other 1 Bedroom Apartment in handicap, familial status or low rileage prishne, liKe

panelsplusgates makll Den i(888) 5231 . gS/D $250. Downtown under 18. No Pets. 638-8570 7130 - Condolfownhouse BROMahMbil omR 2005 Pontac Van, 7 pas-
Round Pen; 12 Minimtubular Head Start Program in Chipley. Convenient loca- national origin, or an inten- ne& Ranches power windows,
appry ox 47 ndiam terpn. 2 paid to shop! Retail/dining erence, limitation or dis- East of Westpoint onHRock 8w0263008 5
approx.h Shool Tras t ion . Rent includes stove crimnation" Familial status Hill Church Rd. Central 7150Los and Acreage 8100Antique Collectibles front & rear air CD & DVD
Very good condition. Responsibility: establishments need un- includes children under th e Heat/air, we furnish water
sign, landscape contract- ry responsibility is to derercover clients to judge ALL LARGE age of 18 living with parents and lawn service. $500. 7100 - Homes -
547-9780ing, irrigation systems. m aintain a clean centerquewardlitycustomer service. APARTMENT S-1 o R, or legal custodians, preg- 535-9672. Real Estate 8160
Strivers license and Concrete and Constru- 8$450 D $2-638-3306. 2BR $500 nant women and peopl month with deposit 7200- eshare 8170 -Au Partsac e/
ip vehicle insur t (888)-523-1013.on, Inc., in Bonay would $20. curing custody of children and references requBonifay. Call 7120-Commercial

County) (850)6381202 ane coverage. Must like to talk with you. at 1-800-669-9777. The 850-547-3462 $o210w c 70 B -o 8210
326-1500comply ith health and 850-547-5767 For rent toll-free under r 18. No Pets. 638-85708220 - Personal Watercraft
332Mib ackground screening. Chipley, convenient Ioca- ng impaired 7130- CondoFrownhouse - Boston Whaler
3340 | ion and qualifications tion. R ent include d.s stove, This newspaper will not Forpets. BR/ BA. Newly Re- 8320 Road V ehicles bimini, fish finder, full
tions: High School Trades tknowis epa dver- smokeFor Rent- 3BR , 7150 - Lots and Acreage a100 - Antique & Collectibles front & rear air. CD & DVD
HUNTING LAND call Shar1-3mon Kent, Adre- HUDrefrigerator, city water, knowingly accept any smoke-frLeave a message modeble (w) 718-2268;Homes/Lot 8330 - Campers & Trailers cushions, trailer, more.

ama City group. (8500G547-3689. m re-
Woodlants, trees and lated experience or Want An opportunity sewer, garbage.Available timing for real estate which is Close to school, CH/A, 77 - waterfront 81 Sports Uily Vehicles layer, tinted windows
sheer & doveubs. Will andscpay top Applications may be ninviolation of the law. Our Good shape. $11,000.
?Dec1st,3BR/1BA.$650 readers are hereby informed front & rear porch. Very 7180- Investment 8130-Trucks

dollar depending on site. obtained from any g.wtha g.rso yh iP o
Property will be respected Tri-County Community _ _,___ _|--------------------------------------
sign, landscape contract Want to work hard and be S/D $350. Everything new. that all dwellings advertised nice. $600. Vernon. Propal$,100+/w J'villeerty minal U.8140S. Marshals 388980Auction Wellington, L SFH
ing, irrigation systems. Must have Current rewarded for it? Reed Sorry no pets or HUD. in this newspaper are avail- 359672. 7190- Out-ofTown 815 Commercial sq. ft. Bid Online 11/19-
1788 White Road, Bonifay, driver's license and Concrete and Constru- 850-638-3306. be on a eqD....R u nyouradSTATEWIDE! Real Estate 160aggoners(866)413-307Motorcycles

tic be subject to 130- Condo/Townous You ca runyourclassified ad in over00Florida
FL 32425 (Washington basis. To complain of dis- For Rent Double wide 7200 - Timeshare 8170- Auto Parts

St proper vehicle insUr- tion, Inc., in Bonifay would crimination call HUD toll-free r i ON AYO CA- dential.5-350Acresstarting@$5,500peracrew/

County (8 AND t eT31 w Home2tol ww66}d4 lsiidtormo REEl START IT RIGHT! Company Spon- owner financing. (800)294-2313 xl685 A Bar
County) (850)638-1202; dance coverage. Must like to talk with you. at soredCDLtraininginweeks.Mustbe21.Have Sales, Inc. 7 days 7am-7pm.he
326-1500 comply with health and 850-547-5767 For rent toll-free number for th9 hear-850-58220 -Personal Watercraft
EM YMENT FREE WORKund score . 6200 - Vacation Rentals Sleepy Hollow ing impaired is For Rent, mobile home 8230 SCRST.(866)917ailboats Boston Whaler
41Apartments 1-800-927-9275. 2BR/778.bath located CityOut of By owner 747 Gilbert Boat 2006 150 sport, 60 hp 4ate

Information(H Xli ^---------------------------
SW 2BR/1MBA, water, garbagedow20 Part-tmehom Suppliese 2 1o sr,
or additionalinforma- years @ 8% apr) More Homes Availa Bonifay $300.00 a month Drive, Chipley. 831-rra/Avation stroke merc., like new,

4100 $199/Mo! For listings call (800)366-9783 Ext Training provided. No selling required. FREE
tion and qualifications ed.plus deposit. No pets. 3BR/1.wBA. Newly Re- 8320-ATV/OffRoadVehlcles bimini, fish finder, fuller
HUClerNTical Posto- PartCOMPSharon Kent, Ad- HUD not accepted. Leave a message modeled. (w) 718-2268; 8330-Campers&Trailers cushions, trailer, more.
WANTED to lease by Pan- ministrative Manager, at 638-7128 ru"ry 850-547-2043 (h)547-2937 8340 - Metorhomes $15,000. (850) 774-2333
Woodland/farmland for
deer & dove. Will pay top Applications may beti We're raising pay for Florida regional driv- a MOUNTAIN GMAC
dollar depending on site. obtained from anyenergetanddependable eve weekend! Home during the ESTATE
Property will be respected Tri-County Community our career ith a AUCTION, Wednesday, November 28th 11 repl ed freight! $.43 per mile, sometime,
and taken car of. Call Council offices and r F '- �t - ' T I Announcements Drivers-Regional$1,100+/wk.J'villeTerminal U.S. Marshals Auction Wellington, FL SFH
John at (850)774-0909. submitted by November 6100 - Business/ 100% Co. Pd Benefits Must have Class A 00K 4 BR, 2.5 BA 2,693 +/- sq. ft. Bid Online 11/19-
19, 2007 at 4:30 p.m. commercialI
e110 - Apartments miles. Pd Car Haul Training! Call John @ 11/21 www.bid4assets.com/WFL2
tives needed in Boni-Successful applicant 120- Beach Rentals LowDown/E-ZFihancingFreeCatalog(800)975- TEWIDE!Waggoners(866)413-3074$99,900. (888)942-5253.
will be subject to 13k,- Cro wnouse You canrunyourclassifed adin over1003BR/2BA Foreclosure! $12,000! Only $199/Florida

pre-employmental drug 614 o - House Rentalsdown 20 years@ 8% apr. Buy, North Florida Land Sale Recreational to Reain-
test. 6150- RoommateWanted newspapers for $475. Call this newspaper orOverlooking a maestic lake, beautifully
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 6160-fo Roms and pfor Rent (866)742-1373 for more details or visit: JUST START YOUR CA- dential.5-350Aree moutartin vi$5,500peracent to
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot DwayneAtkinslSR OutstandingREER, START IT RIGHT! Company Spn- owner financing. (800)294-2313 x1685 A Bar

EMPLOYER AND 6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals ww.floAmericanaAntiqueswww.dudlevsauction.com. closure! $533/mo! Stop Renting! 5% dw, 20 yrs national orest. Terms. (86)3ssifieds.com.-4.
DRUG AND SMOKE 6190- Timeshare Rentals sorBuild Supped CDL trainingin3 weeks. Mustbe 21. Have Sales, Inc. 7 days 7am-pm.
FREE WORKPLACWashington Rehab and We 6200 - Vacation Rentals CDL? Tuition reimbursement! CRST. (866)917-
4100- Help Wanted Apartment for Rent 2778. Out of Area Real Estate
Information -Welders METALROOFING.SAVE$$$buydirectfrom 5253 Or visit Lakeside Realty
ne -Class A CDL Drivers ries$298/Mo! 5BR/2BA HUD Home! (5% down 20 Part-time, home-based internet business. Earn
,..t years @ 8% apr) More Homes Available from $941 per month or much more. Flexible hours. BEAUTIFUL N. CAROLINA. ESCAPE TO
$9. h to -Equipm$199/Mo For listings call (800)366-9783 Ext Training provided. No selling requi(800)366-9783 Ext 5760. AUTIONFUL WESTERN NORTH CARO-es
Adnsra Construction Crew Laveborers 5669. details www.K348com. LINAMTS FREEColorBrochure &Information

Clerical Popption- Part trawickconstruction. views, UDHOMES!3BR/2BA$199/mo!6/BRFore- RestorableHome, Cab ins, Cr eeks, & Investmentpa-
time, 3 days 'a week. #33963972day 30 Machines Freons We'reraising pay for Florida regional driv- acreage. CHEROKEEINIA MOUNTA IN LogMACcabinshellon

Must bab to Work Are you an energetic and dependable B2000033.CALLUS:W e rs! Home every weekend! Home during the reaewill .C erOKe eM ouNtrea t
Sunday. Computer lit- worker?If so, you qualify for an e! o week e! nREAL ESTATE... cherokeemountainreat.com
rate. Fun work envi- week! Solid weekly miles! 95% no touch! Call for free brochure (800)841-5868.
ronment.ContactThe opportunity to launch your career with a AUCTION, Wednesday, November 28th 11 Pr ed right! $43 per mile, sometime,
tBoonaand Sodgrong cothefarmy You must be willing m.: Fort Payne A, 25,000 +/- sq. ft. building Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA approved Prices!"25x30Now$4100.25x40$5400.30re Heartland Express (800)44x40

Sunny week Sam to 5pm CallCentipede and 419 Ber 850-819-6692. assistance. CALL Aviation Instituteof Mainte-Fax re- $14,900. mOthers. Call fordetails.Pioneer(800)668-
sume (850)773-2834 or t travel and have valid ID te and 55 or/exte card.i or painting, Notice: Post Office Positions Now Availablewww.heartlandexpress.com. CL HLL LAE, GA DRATCALLY
call -Brooke (850) Come by, introduce yourself and fill out (800)537-5036, JE. Mitchell, AAL#822. REDUCED! Heavily treed dockable waterfront

1980 ence. License & insured.t * Federal Benefits and OT. Get your exam guide
772823. od Qualityon huge lake. Underground electric & central
nan application. (EOE) *Land Action* 100's Props Must be Sold! Homes For Rent water. Financingavailable. Lakefrontbuildinglot.

or at your home on Centipede and St. Augus- Help Wanted andcomputerprovidedifqualified.Call(866)858-
tives needed in Boni- We offer great benefits to qualifying LowDown/E-ZFinancingFreeCatalog(800)975- $99,900. (888)942-5253.
fay, Chipley, ___enea__andnstS______ 2121, www.OnlineTidewaterTech.com.
Graceville, Wausau, employees such as 4071k, group medical 4396 www.LANDAUCTION.com. 3BRJ2BA Foreclosure! $12,000! Only $199/
Vernon, Caryville, and dental insurance, employee stock Mo! 5% down 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4/BR 1ST TIME OFFERED Colorado Mountain
Ponce de Leon. Ask purchase, vacation, life and LTD Nov 15 & 16 DELEON SPRINGS AUCTION $301/Mo! For listings (800)366-9783 Ext 5798. Ranch. 35 ACRES - $49,900. Priced for Quick
8 5 0 - 5 4 7 - 1 6 4 0. insurance, uniforms andperdiem. 42 acreproducingCutFoliage farm& equipment Sale. Overlooking a majestic lake, beautifully
Dwayne Atkins ISR Outstanding 30 year collection Advertising, HUD HOMES! 3bdr 2ba $199/mo! 6/BRFore- treed, 360 degree mountain views, adjacent to
Healhcate/CNA "A1ct 'al l d erew& w4"o Americana, Antiqueswww.dudlevsauction.com. closure! $533/mo! Stop Renting! 5% dw, 20 yrs national forest. EZ Terms. (866)353-4807.
etIm asccunClanyad-tomr n-Iay ia o uractorWrk OnB us3-3pm$@8% apr For Listings (800)366-9783 Ext 5853.M$0Lease/eamsR ALESTA

a nsoWe1946"' BuildingSupplies Homestine 34,000 acre Norris Lake Over 800 miles of
Washington Rehab and We are now hiring Homes For Sale wooded shoreline Four Seasons- Call (888)291-
hiring a 3 to 11 and 11 -Welders METALROOFING.SAVE$$$buydirectfrom5253 Or visit Lakeside Realty
to 7 CNA's We currently -Mechanics manufacturer. 20 colorsinstockwith all accesso- 3BR/2BA Foreclosure! $12,000! Only $199/ www.lakesidereally-tn.com.
offer competitive bene-
fits and pay. Starting at -Class A CDL Drivers ries. Quick turn around. Delivery Available.. Mo! 5% down 20 years @ 8% apr. Buy, 5/BR
$9.25 hourly to $10.00 -Equipment Operators (352)498-0778 Toll free (888)393-0335 code24. $298/Mo! For listings (800)366-9783 Ext 5760. AUCTION November 30, 10AM 97+/- Acres
hourly. Join our team. www.GulfCoastSupply.cam.D
Equal Employment -Construction Crew Laborers Divided Work Co., GA, Farmland, Mobile Home,
Opportunity. www.trawickconstruction.comHUD HOMES! 3BR/2BA $199/mo! 6/BR Fore- Restorable Home, Farm Equipment Selling Sepa-
Apply at WRNC Business Opportunities closure! $533/mo! Stop Renting! 5% dw, 20 yrs rately 10%B.P., AU-C002594
879 Usery RdF . 1555 South Boulevard / Chipley, Fl @8% aprFor Listings (800)366-9783 Ext 5796. www.rowellauctions.com (800)323-8388.
WeblD#33963972 day? 30 Machines, Free Candy All for $9,995. Miscellaneous VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS Log cabin shell on 2
dDIVORCE$275-$350-COVERS children, etc. owner (866)789-8535.

i .... ...... -v~n time. Billy and Leola Brock Tractor . - Work- On Bonus 36-43 cpm/$1 .20 PM $0 Lease/Teams REAL ESTATE

638-7351 (850) 638-1202;326-1500 Bushhogging, Grading, NeededClassA+3 monthsrecentOTRrequired ADVERTISING NETWORKS OF FLORIDA
3-71Disking. 547-4198. (800)635-8669. F .M.o.l
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"Can You Dig It?" Heavy Equipment School._______ d D r
Carpentry, pressure Rent first in s.Chipley, 3wk training program. Backhoes, Bulldozers, FLORIDA LAND OWNER FINANCED -10-
washing, lawn care, patio don't have the room, "We Trackhoes.Localjobplacementasst.Startdigging acre estates, homes only, paved, underground
& window re-screening. Do" Lamar Townsend Sewing Machine and dirtNow.Call(866)362-6497or(888)707-6886. electric,$89,900,greatvalue.Limitedtimeoffer,
great rates. (850)638-4492 (850)638-4539, north of Vacuum Cleaner Repairwww.1800flaland.comFloridaWoodlandGroup,
Townsends. guaranteed service on alln.800f dc REr Wooeanr. roup,
SCabinet Shop. For Mini Storage in Chipallmakes and models.Free Drivers-Flatbed Recent Average $1,173.00/ Inc. (800)352-5263 Lie RE Broker.
your kitchen cabinets and Mini Storage in Chipley. estimates. Western Auto,
house repair needs. Call All sizes for rent. We fur- 216 N. Waukesha, Boni- wk Late Model Equipment, Strong Freight Net- Week of November 12, 2007
James S. Howell (850) nish the lock. fay. 547-3910 work, 401K, Blue Cross Insurance (800)771- (we /
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