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Saturday, JUNE 12,2010 www.chipleypaper.com Volume 87, Number 16 50C


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BRIEFS

Seminar on building
renovation
CHIPLEY The EPA is
requiring that restoration
work in buildings that
potentially contain lead-
based paint must be per-
formed by RRP Certified
Renovators that work for
RRP certified firms. This
law went into effect on
April 22 and holds reno-
vators to the following
criteria:
Renovation firms
must be certified
Certified and
trained workers must be
used for any jobs where
lead is present in pre-
1978 residences.
Specific work prac-
tices must be followed
when performing work
in buildings built prior to
1978.
Non-certified work-
ers must work under and
be trained on the job by
a certified renovator.
Renovators must
educate owners/occu-
pants.
A seminar on these
laws is being held Tues-
day, June 22, 8 a.m.
- 3:30 p.m., Blue Lake
Community Center,
1 865 Hwy. 77, Chipley.
Sponsors $150 per
person. Complimentary
lunch.
To sign up, contact
Debbie McCrary, 850-
638-4436 or Tammy
Dean, 850-482-8802.
Sponsored by West Flor-
ida Electric Cooperative
Association and Wash-
ington County Building
Department.


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BOCC debates fire service bid

Proposal for countywide fire service presented at June 10 special meeting


JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Washing-
ton County Board of Coun-
ty Commissioners heard a
proposal for a countywide


fire service at Thursday's
special meeting. The pro-
posal has been bounced
around in various forms
for the last few years, with
Thursday's presentation
the latest motion.
Commissioner Don-


nie Strickland said he and
others came together to
prepare a proposal which
Lynn Gothard presented to
the BOCC.
Under the proposal,
there would be no addition-
al taxes, Gothard said. "We


want to take existing tax
dollars and manage them a
whole lot better," Gothard
said.
BOCC Chairman Eddie
Holman emphasized that
the proposal only involved
using tax dollars, not mon-


ey that the 11 volunteer fire
departments raise on the
own. "The money you raise
you do with as you see fit,"
Holman said.
Under the proposal the
See BID A2


Draft for PW


A large crowd was on hand for the popular
annual community event. Above, Aubrey Sapp
> buys his breakfast.


supervisor


position now

available

JAY FELSBERG
Managing Editor
afelsberg@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY After sev-
eral tries, the Washington
County Board of County
Commissioners is once
again
floating
the pos- ONLINE
sibility Complete
of hiring copy of the
a public draft online at
works su-
pervisor. chipleypaper.com.
A draft
copy of a
job description was submit-
ted by Human Resources
Officer Heather Finch at
Thursday's special meeting
of the BOCC.
Commissioner Joel Pate
strongly supports hiring a
public works supervisor,
although the BOCC has
filled such a position in the
past under different titles
and it has never worked out
for long. The most recent
effort was about four years
ago when Emergency Man-
agement Agency Director
for former County Admin-
istrator Roger Dale Hagan
was appointed public safety
director, a title that included
supervision of public works.
Hagan eventually gave up
that position.
Pate said that failures to
keep a public works director
were because of meddling
by commissioners.
"We have to have some
way to give employees relief
from being switched from
position to position," Pate
said. "We need a pay ma-
trix, a written maintenance
schedule, and for commis-
sioners to stay out of day-to-
day operations."
"We do not need to riding
with supervisors on a daily
basis," said BOCC Chair-
man Eddie Holman, who
also questioned where the
BOCC would find the find-
ing for the position.
The strongest opposition
came from Commissioner
Charles Brock who ques-
tioned using funding to hire
a director when the county
doesn't have enough labor-
ers. He also said it was im-
portant for a commissioner
to keep a close watch on
work in his district.
"If you have a pile of dirt
roads in your district you
had better tend to them or
you will get phone calls,"
Brock said.
Brock also disputed
Pate's complaints about
commissioners being


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Saturday, June 12, 2010


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The Washington County Bruins.


Big Bend SPORTS


Game results, May 30
Chattahoochee Red Birds-5,
Washington Bruins-3
Bay County Brewers-21, Calhoun
Horsemen-16
Liberty Diamond Dawgs-(G1-10,
G2-12), Jackson Jays-(G1-8, G2-2)
Gulf Drive-Destin Dawgs (Re-
scheduled)

Game results, June 6
Chattahoochee Red Birds-(G1-9,
G2-15), Jackson Jays (G1-4, G2-5)
Gulf Drive (G1-6, G2-7), Bay Brew-
ers (G1-3, G2-0)
Destin Dawgs-11, Liberty Dia-
mond Dawgs-6
Calhoun Horsemen-11, Washing-
ton Bruins-0

League Standings
EASTERN DIVISION
Liberty County Diamond Dawgs
10-3
Gulf County Drive 7-3
Calhoun County Horsemen 7-5
Chattahoochee Red Birds 4-8

WESTERN DIVISION
Washington County Bruins 7-4
Bay County Brewers 8-5
Destin Dawgs 4-6
Jackson County Jays 0-12

Next week's games, June 13
Destin Dawgs at Chattahoochee
Red Birds, 3 p.m. EDT
Liberty Diamond Dawgs at Bay


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
Action between Washington
County and Calhoun County.

Brewers, 2 p.m. CDT
Gulf County Drive at Washing-
ton County Bruins at Chipley High
School, 2 p.m. CDT
Calhoun County Horsemen at
Jackson County Jays, 2 p.m. CDT
(Sneads)

BIG BEND MAY 30 GAMES
In the Western Division of the Big
Bend Baseball League of Florida the
Bay County Brewers jump back into
first place by defeating the Calhoun
Horsemen 21-16. The Washington
County Bruins fell back to second
place after losing 5-3 to the Chatta-
hoochee Red Birds. Thus, the Bruins
and the Brewers continue to fight it
out for sole possession of first place
in the Western Division.
In the Eastern Division of the
League the Liberty County Diamond


Dawgs increase their hold on first
place by taking a double header from
the Jackson Jays in Marianna by
scores of 10-8 and 12-2. In the first
game the Jays held an 8-7 lead over
the Diamond Dawgs going into the
last inning when the Dawgs clawed
back with three runs to win 10-8.
Credit must be given to the Jays in
their effort to upset the first place
Dawgs in the Eastern Division. Also,
credit goes to the Jays for four new
players who joined the club this past
week for the first time.

BIG BEND JUNE 6 GAMES
In the Eastern Division of the Big
Bend Baseball League of Florida the
Liberty Diamond Dawgs remain in
first place with a 10-3 record even
though the Destin Dawgs dealt them
a loss of 11-6 this past Sunday. Gulf
Drive pulls back into second place
with a 7-3 record sending the Cal-
houn Horsemen back to third place
with a 7-5 record. Gulf Drive helped
it's standings with a double header
sweep over the Bay Brewers 6-3 and
7-0.
In the Western Division the Bay
Brewers by losing a double header to
Gulf Drive fell to second place behind
the Washington Bruins even though
the Bruins lost to the Calhoun Horse-
men 11-0.
SPECIAL NOTE: Tad Scott,
pitcher for the Calhoun Horsemen,
pitched the leagues first no hitter
since the league was organized in
2009, against the Washington Bruins
striking out 11.


PANCAKE from page Al


donate their time, material and in-
gredients so that the cost to operate
the breakfast remains low."
He explained that because of the
support of the local merchants, an
average of 80 percent of the profits go
to benefit the youth organizations.
"For the past four years we've
served between 575 624 people
breakfast per year," Town said.
"Which this number has nearly dou-
bled since 2007."
A third of the breakfast is deliv-
ered, a third is take-out and a third
is served in the dinning room of Kate
M. Smith, he said.


For the past two years, the Boy
Scouts have been helping serve cus-
tomers and worked for tips.
"We usually schedule this ear-
lier on in the year," Town said.
"But no matter how we scheduled,
we couldn't get a Friday when the
elementary school wasn't doing
something."
He said it was necessary to have
two lines open, one for take-outs and
one to serve those who dined in.
The success of the pancake break-
fast, he said, was mainly in people be-
coming aware of the Kiwanis Club.
"Once the community found out


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Nicole P. Barefield, Publisher
Jay Felsberg, Managing Editor
Cameron Everett, Production Supervisor
Brad Goodyear, Composition Supervisor
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about who the Kiwanis are and what
we do for the community, it was
amazing how many wanted to help,"
he said. "We have received a lot of
support from the community."
The club meets Tuesdays at Pat-
tillo's Restaurant in the middle of the
Washington-Holmes County Techni-
cal Center (WHTC) at noon.
For an invitation to lunch, con-
tact any Kiwanian or call Mark Col-
lins, membership chairperson, at
850-258-9453.
For more information at the Ki-
wanis Club of Chipley, visit www.Chi-
pleyKiwanis.com.


Community BRIEFS


WCCA meets
CHIPLEY -The
Washington County
Cattlemen's Association,
Inc. will hold its quarterly
membership meeting
at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
June 15, at the Chipley Ag
Center auditorium. Two
experts, Drs. Ann Blount
and Jason (Jay) Ferrell
will provide presentations
regarding forages and
weed control respectively.
WCCA will pre-book
winter pasture seed or-
ders for its members in
August for fall delivery.
Members will want to
take advantage of WCCA's
group buying power.
Contact George Fisher
regarding your seed order
in August.
All cattle producers
as well as land owners
are invited to attend this
informative meeting.
A steak dinner will be
served with attendees
providing side dishes and
desserts. RSVP to Me-
lissa at the Washington
County Extension office
at 638-6180 by noon, Mon-
day June 14.

Mature driving class
CHIPLEY Washington
County Council on Aging


and AARP are co-spon-
soring a mature driving
class for individuals age
50 and over on Saturday,
June 19, from 8 a.m. until
3:30 p.m. This eight-hour
course is developed
especially for the senior
driver and will be held at
the Community Center in
Sunny Hills.
This National Safety
Council Course reviews
basic driving knowledge,
new traffic laws and
introduces techniques
to help offset the effects
of the aging process on
driver performance. This
mature driving course is
approved by the DHSMV
for a three year insurance
premium reduction.
There is no testing,
course fee of $12 for
AARP members and $14
for non-AARP members.
Enroll by calling the
Washington Co. Council
on Aging at 638-6217.

Boat Lake Beach open
SUNNY HILLS Boat
Lake swimming beach
and park has reopened in
Sunny Hills. For informa-
tion, wwwSunnyHillsFlor-
ida.org, or call the conces-
sion stand during busi-
ness hours at 773-0084.


involved in day-to-day op-
erations. "No county com-
missioner tells employees
what to do," he said. "This
isn't about management, it's
about people."
"We are elected to man-
age the county," Pate re-
sponded. "A good public
works director can save his
salary in cutting costs. It
works in other places, and
it would work in Washing-
ton County. It's a question
of whether you want to keep
the good-old-boy system or
want to move into the 21st
Century."
Holman said discussion
of the draft would be on the
agenda at the June 24 meet-
ing at Vernon City Hall at
5 p.m. Features of the draft
that was taken from similar
job descriptions from other
counties include:
*Manage, coordinate and
delegate various projects



BID from page A1

BOCC would cancel all fire
department contracts as of
Sept. 30. The BOCC would
negotiate with municipali-
ties and individual fire de-
partments to absorb them
into a countywide depart-
ment as of Oct. 1 and any
department that an agree-
ment could not be reached
with would lose county
funding as of Oct. 1.
Volunteer fire depart-
ments would operate "as
usual" and chiefs would be
retitled "district chiefs."
All fire departments would
be under a purchase order
system and there would be
a countywide fire chief.
The county would main-
tain training records and
coordinate training and all
equipment would be owned
or leased by the County.
Paid Firefighter 2 or Fire-
fighter 2/Emergency Medi-
cal Technicians would be
on duty 10 hours a day, 5
days a week at stations in
Sunny Hills, Orange Hill,
Vernon and Ebro, with sal-
aries paid out of the .5 mills
of ad valorem taxes set
aside for public safety. This
brings in about $450,000
for fire departments that
is split up among all 11 de-
partments.
The annual allotment
could also be distributed
differently based on num-
ber of runs.
Hinson's Crossroads
VFD Chief Calvin Ste-
verson raised several ob-
jections to the proposal.
"It seems to be all about
money and not about pub-
lic safety," Steverson said.
He also alluded to a decline
in the relationship between
the Washington County fire
station in Sunny Hills and
other departments since
that station replaced the
former fire-service earlier
this year.
"We are slowly but
surely destroying the fam-
ily of volunteer fire depart-
ments," Steverson said.
"There's not one here that
can convince me that Sun-
ny Hills is better off that
the same time last year."
Steverson also noted that
HCVFD saved up its money
over the past three years to
purchase a truck for cash
rather that got through the
county to obtain a loan.
"I don't know that I can
trust you not to take my
money," Steverson said.
"It's sad you don't trust
us," Commissioner Bill
Howell said. "I feel that


for public works, including
maintenance operations and
the maintenance shop
*Confers with supervi-
sors and office personnel
concerning operational is-
sues and day-to-day assign-
ments
*Confers with the county
engineer and other engi-
neers and businesses on
progress of projects
*Fuinctions as project
manager on certain major
capital improvement proj-
ects
Creates and implements
practices for employees
Holmes said the BOCC
would also discuss the draft
of a lease agreement for the
Daniels Lake Equestrian
Center at the June 24 meet-
ing.
More coverage of the
BOCC meeting at chipleypa-
per.com and in Wednesday's
Washington County News.


way too," Steverson said.
Steverson said HCVFD
and other departments
were training, and invited
everyone to the driving
range training site on Fri-
day and Saturday and they
would see 35-40 firefighters
training on pumper trucks.
Almost all present who
spoke agreed on the need
for planning and setting
a goal, but Steverson said
"you can't do it behind
someone's back." Howell
held up a bound volume of
a 2003 fire department im-
provement proposal, and
noted that other studies
have been done.
"How many have we
done? None," Howell said,
"and that's the Board's
fault."
Greenhead VFD Chief
Jim Palmer is also presi-
dent of the Washington
County Firefighters As-
sociation. He said that
local departments have
improved considerably in
recent years.
"In the 15 years I have
been involved every de-
partment is prouder, stron-
ger and better equipped
than ever," Palmer said.
"The firefighters asso-
ciation is committed to
improving fire service
throughout the county."
Palmer noted that de-
partments like Hinson's
Crossroads and Green-
head have saved money
to purchase their own ve-
hicles. "We scrimped and
saved to pay cash for an
engine," he said. "I'm not
going to pay for a truck
with financing.
Palmer said that fire-
fighters would love to meet
with commissioners, but
I've never seek one county
commissioner come to us
and see what we can do
to make it better." Both
Palmer and Steverson
said they turn in regular
spending reports to the
County.
Jerry Pierce, chairman
of the board of Five Points
Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment, said he saw hidden
costs in the proposal and
issues involving equip-
ment, property and fire
regulations.
Holman urged the 11
fire chiefs to get together
with Emergency Manage-
ment Agency Director
Roger Dale Hagan and set
up a workshop, "and come
up with a plan that will
help you all."


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Washington County News I A3


50 years ago-1960
SHOE FACTORY BUILDING
GETS APPROVED. Ralph Saccoclitti,
manager of the Firm, and Henry
Hargrove, manager of Gulf Power
Company and president of Washington
County Chamber of Commerce, are
pictured as the they view plans for the
building (Florida Shoe Manufacturing
Company) scheduled to begin this
week. The site is just south of the city
limits on Highway 77.
Theron Everett is convalescing at
his home after undergoing treatment
in a Panama City Hospital this week.
"Come in for a Complimentary
Drive in the Vauxhall, First of the
Family Sized Imports," reads a
display ad for C. & D. Pontiac of
Chipley.
30 years ago-1980
JUDE'S JOTTINGS pictures
Roland and Bessie Lou Fowler,
along with grandson, Bill Cox, as he
celebrates a birthday on the occasion
of the 45th wedding anniversary of the
well known Chipley couple.
Rev. Adolph Phaares, pastor of
Chipley First Baptist Church, is shown
upon his return from a three week
missionary trip to South Korea.
Reflecting the brisk Real Estate
sales in the area, display advertising
featuring offerings from Mulholland's


of Panama City and Wausau, Kent
Realty, Fish Realty and Strout Realty,
Inc., all of Bonifay and Stanton Realty
of Chipley.
10 years ago-2000
Jack and Aleen Bush of Chipley
celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary and are pictured with
their children and grandchildren
present in the home for the event.
Bera Owens, Chipley resident, is
shown with Linda Norton at her recent
reception honoring her dedicated
support of County and School Library
Systems as well as being a financial
contributor to the Washington County
Library Building Fund.
"ARE YOU PLANTS DYING? YOUR
GARDEN DRYING UP? Don't let all
that hard work go to waste. Call Dixon
Well Service Today for an estimate on
a 125 gallon per minute water well,"
reads the advertising for the Vernon
based well drilling company.

Submitted by The Washington
County Historical Society from
the files of The Washington County
News and The Chipley Banner. The
Historical Society Museum, located
under the water tank in Chipley, is
open each First Saturday morning
from 9 a.m. until noon and each
Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. 2
p.m. Visitors are welcome


CECILIA SPEARS
StaffWriter
cspears@chipleypaper.com
CHIPLEY The Chipley City
Council approved of placement
of a manufactured home re-
quested by Danny and Dianne
Nellums during its regularly
scheduled meeting Tuesday
evening.
A few neighbors attended
to express their concerns that
their property values would
drop if a manufactured home
were to be put in near their
property.
Council member Tommy
McDonald explained that there
was all ready a modular home
on that particular street and it
was fortified to look like a brick
home.
"The ordinance requires
that any home brought in has
to resemble or be in like kind
with the surrounding residents'
homes and this manufactured
home meets all the require-
ments," City Administrator
Dan Miner said.
McDonald told the con-
cerned neighbors that if they
did not want something similar
happening again in the future,
an ordinance would have to be
developed to prevent it.
The council also approved
the Planning and Zoning's De-
partment's recommendation


to approve a zoning change
and development order for
the construction of a new CVS
Pharmacy after taking time
to ensure that surrounding
residents would be satisfied
and that the pharmacy would
cause no additional drainage
issues.
The council approved the
first reading of Ordinance
900, which involves changing
the Future Land Use desig-
nation imposed on a parcel of
property located on the cor-
ner of Highway 77 and South
Boulevard from neighborhood
commercial to commercial for
the specific use of a CVS Phar-
macy.
Also approved was the ac-
ceptance of the Sangaree Prop-
erty, as well as seeking funds
from the Chipley Redevelop-
ment Agency to add striping to
the parking lot.
The bid to paint the industri-
al park water tank was award-
ed to U.S. Tank.
The council approved of
funding for a recreational em-
ployee as a park attendant, and
approved of recreational rental
fees for the Pals Park Expan-
sion Building to be set at $125
for eight hours.
The next Chipley City work-
shop is scheduled for July 8,
and the next regularly sched-
uled meeting is set for July 13.


Arrest REPORT


The following is the
Washington County arrest
report for May 31 to June
7:
Edmund Berg, 40, Boni-
fay, possession of parapher-
nalia, Possession of meth
James Bower, 50, Pan-
ama City, driving under the
influence
Jairus Bryant, 34, Pen-
sacola, driving while license
suspended or revoked
Derek Bush, 22, Boni-
fay, criminal mischief
Geoffrey Challender,
26, Bonifay, Holmes County
warrant for petit theft
Anthony Coatney Jr.,
Bonifay, violation of state
probation on possession of
marijuana with intent


Tracey Cooper, 42,
Panama City, violation of
county probation for worth-
less checks
Michele Crissman, 49,
Vernon, violation of county
probation on battery
David Croft, 26, Boni-
fay, Walton County warrant
for worthless check
Danny Croker, 23, Fort
Worth, Texas, possession of
paraphernalia, Possession
of meth
John Dixon, 48, Bonifay,
child support
Adrianne Donaldson,
44, Bonifay, battery
Theresa M. Foxworth,
42, Chipley, introduce con-
traband into a detention fa-
cility, driving while license


suspended or revoked
Margaret Gunn, 34,
Chipley, child support
Kevin Harrison, 20,
Chipley, operating a mo-
torcycle without a license,
violation of county proba-
tion on possession of liquor
under 21
Adam Kennedy, 25,
Panama City, violation of
community release on pos-
session of marijuana less
than 20 grams and posses-
sion of controlled substance
without a prescription
Robert Laconte Jr., 48,
Chipley, dealing in stolen
property
Angela Montgomery,
33, Orange City, driving
while license suspended or


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David Noonan, 54,
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der the influence; driving
while license suspended or
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cial vehicle without a valid
commercial driving license
Nicholas Olson, 24, Ju-
piter, Palm Beach County
warrant for violation of


state probation on dealing
in stolen property
Clayton Redmon, 59,
Vernon, resist officer inter-
fere with law enforcement
officer without violence
Joseph Redmon, 23,
Vernon, resist officer
Justin Redmon, 22,
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Richard Redmon, 39,
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Jennifer Vickers, 28,
Southport, violation of state
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Graceville, worthless
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S1100
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 14TH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
WASHINGTON
COUNTY
CASE NO.
2010-CA-000051
DIVISION#:
UNC:
TRUSTMARK NA-
TIONAL BANK,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
THE ESTATE OF
COLIN K. BLAIR, DE-
CEASED; ALESHA
BLAIR, KELLY MIC
RAGEN; BRET ALAN
BLAIR, BRIAN LEE
BLAIR, UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEESASSIGNEESS,
LIENORS AND TRUS-
TEES OF COLIN K.
BLAIR, DECEASED,
AND ALL OTHER PER-
SONS CLAIMING BY
THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
N A M E D
DEFENDANTSS; LEI-
SURE LAKES PROP-
ERTY OWNERS' ASSO-
CIATION, INC.; STATE
OF FLORIDA, DEPART-
MENT OF REVENUE;
CITIFINANCIAL EQ-
UITY SERVICES, INC.;
UNKNOWN PARTIES
IN POSSESSION #1;
UNKNOWN PARTIES
IN POSSESSION #2;
IF LIVING, AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY
THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST THE
ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FORECLOSURE
PROCEEDINGS-PROPER-
TY
TO:The Estate of Colin
K. Blair, Deceased; AD-
DRESS UNKNOWN
BUT WHOSE LAST
KNOWN ADDRESS IS:
N/A, Bret Alan Blair;
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
BUT WHOSE LAST
KNOWN ADDRESS IS:
3369 Fawn Place, Chip-
ley, FL 32428, Brian
Lee Blair; ADDRESS
UNKNOWN BUT
WHOSE LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS IS: 3369
Fawn Place, Chipley,
FL 32428 and Unknown
Heirs, Devisees, Grant-
ees, Assignees, Credi-
tors, Lienors and Trus-
tees of Colin K. Blair,
Deceased, and all
other Persons Claiming
By, Through, Under
and Against the Named
Defendant(s); AD-
DRESS UNKNOWN
BUT WHOSE LAST
KNOWN ADDRESS IS:
N/A
Residence unknown, if
living, including any un-
known spouse of the
said Defendants, if ei-
ther has remarried and
if either or both of said
Defendants are dead,
their respective un-
known heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees,
creditors, lienors, and
trustees, and all other
persons claiming by,
through, under or
against the named
Defendant(s); and the
aforementioned named
Defendant(s) and such
of the aforementioned
unknown Defendants
and such of the afore-
mentioned unknown
Defendants as may be
infants, incompetents
or otherwise not sui ju-
ris.
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action
has been commenced
to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following
real property, lying and
being and situated in
Washington County,
Florida, more particu-
larly described as fol-
lows:
B-134, 1ST ADDITION
TO LEISURE LAKES, A
SUBDIVISION AS PER
MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF, AS FILED
IN PLAT BOOK 3,
PAGE 179, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF WASH-
INGTON COUNTY
F L O R I D A .
TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN YEAR:
1996, MAKE: JACOB-
SEN, VIN#:
JACFL17108A, VIN#:
JACFL17108B AND
VIN#: JACFL17108C,
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SUCH IT IS DEEMED THENCE N 8909'00' W said Northeast 1/4 of ANCE03 Cashier's Checks, For Sale: White Eng- Custom Loaded target r-----nusa -
TO BE A FIXTURE AND ALONG THE SOUTH Northwest 1/4 for a dis- DESCRIPTION OF Money Orders, and lish pit bull mix pup- & defensive Hollow industrial
A PART OF THE REAL LINE OF SECTION 5, tance of 1316.97 feet to PROPERTY: Parcel # Western Union are the pies. Parents on prem- Point ammo. .380acp
ESTATE. 3780.62 FEET, an iron rod marking the 00-0415-0412 only other alternatives ises. $50. each. to .45 Colt. Call John Manpower
more commonly known THENCE N 027'16" W Southeast corner of Commence at the accepted. 850-415-1215 @ Cummins Bullets & is currently taking
as 3369 Fawn Place, 40.01 FEET TO THE said Northeast 1/4 of Southwest Corner of As published in the Lube. 850-260-1342, applications for
Chipley, FL 32428. N O R T H Northwest 1/4 said iron the Southeast 1/4 of Washington County .0 Ff f 1-800-741-9707, Chip- PRODUCTION
This action has been RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE rod being the POINT Section 23, Township 1 News June ley. WORKERS
filed against you and OF STATE ROAD NO. OF BEGINNING; North, Range 15 West, 12,19,26,2010 2130 and
you are required to S-277A, AND THE thence S 00 58'33 W Washington County, _____ EXPERIENCED
serve a copy of your POINT OF BEGINN- along the East bound- Florida; Thence run For Sale: Young laying FORKLIFT
written defense, if any, ING, THENCE CON- ary line of the South- North 00 degrees 41' SERVICE BY PUBLICA- hens, $10. each. | 3250 OPERATORS
upon SHAPIRO & TINUE N 027'16" W east 1/4 of Northwest 24" East along the West TION 850-352-4879 -- in Chipley, FL.
FISHMAN, LLP, Attor- 173.00 FEET, THENCE 1/4 of said Section 17 line of said Southeast IN THE COURT OF BLACKBERRIES. You must be able to
neys for Plaintiff, whose N 8901'27" W 2.15 for a distance of 1/4 990.94 feet to the COMMON PLEAS OF I U-PICK. $12/GAL.I work any 8 hour shift
address is 10004 N. FEET, THENCE S 1317.00 feet to an iron Point of Beginning; DELAWARE COUNTY |OPEN 6AM-8PM, 7| as needed
Dale Mabry Highway, 0 59'34" W 172.96 rod marking the South- Thence continue North PENNSYLVANIA CIVIL DAYS. 638-2624. Candidates will also
Suite 112, Tampa, FL FEET TO THE NORTH east corner of said 00 degrees 41' 24" East ACTION-LAW NO. L be required to pass
33618, within thirty (30) RIGHT OF WAY LINE Southeast 1/4 of North- 330.31 feet; Thence 10-1021 For Sale: peaches, a drug test and
days after the first pub- OF WAY LINE OF SR west 1/4; thence N South 89 degrees QUIET TITLE ACTION nectarines, mayhaws, background check.
location of this notice NO. 277A, THENCE S 88040'22" W along the 07' 28" East 662.21 J DG TI blueberries, apples & For more informa-
June 5, 2010 and file 89009'00" E ALONG South boundary line of feet; Thence South 00 JOHN L. D'AGOSTINO blackberries. Whole- tlon, call
the original with the NORTH RIGHT OF the Northwest 1/4 of degrees 41' 24" West 1395 PAXON PLACE MERCHANDISE sale & retail. Manpower
clerk of this Court ei- WAY LINE 6.52 TO THE said Section 17 for a 330.44 feet; Thence MEDIA, PA19063 850-352-4879 todayat
their before service on POINT OF BEGINN- distance of 2181.96 North 89 degrees V 3100-Antiques today at 334-794-7564
Plaintiff's attorney or ING. SAID PARCEL LY- feet to an iron rod; 06-50" West 662.20 RICHARD CHADNER 3110 -Appliances K&LFarm 334-794-7564
immediately there after; ING IN AND BEING A thence N 43052'00 W feet to the point of be- AND3130- Auctions K&L Farm,
otherwise a default will PART OF THE SW 1/4 for 606.71 feet to an ginning and being sub- STELLAR. CHADNER 3140-Baby Items LLC | Logisticis/Transport
be entered against you OF THE SE 1/4 OF THE iron rod set on the ject to Road ADDRESS UNKNOWN 3150 Building Supplies Home Grown Toma-
for the relief demanded SW 1/4 OF SECTION 5, West boundary line of Right-of-way across the NOTICE-Rule237.1 3160-Business toes & Peas. 1567 NEWSPAPER
in the Complaint. TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, said Section 17; thence West 15.00 feet. IMPORTANT NOTICE Equipment Pis ney Grove Rd in
WITNESS my hand and RANGE 13 WEST, N 0100'56" E along NAME IN WHICH AS- YOU ARE IN DEFAULT 3180 Computers Chipley. 8-6 Mon.- CARRIERS
seal of this Court on W A S H I N G T O N said West boundary SESSED : Angela BECAUSE YOU HAVE 3190- Electronics FrFn, 8-4 Saturday. 0 NEEDED
the 26 day of May, COUNTY FLORIDA. line for 31.09 feet to an Niquet & Christopher FATIONED REQUIRED BY 32100 Fre Passit On 26050-03,5273800 The News Herald is
2010. TAX ID #: iron marking the inter- Niquet YOU IN THIS CASE. 3220- Furn it26-5ure .-032-330 seeking an individual
LINDA HAYES COOK 00000000-00.1987-0001 section of said West Said property being in UNES U ACT 3230- GaraeYardSales interested in providing
Circuit and County BY FEE SIMPLE DEED boundary line with the the county of Washing- WITHINESS TENOU DAYS 3240 Guns ales great service to our
Courts FROM JOHN ALEX centerline of Shack- ton, State of Florida. T DAF 3250-Good Thins to Eat customers in the follow-
By: K. McDaniel DUNCAN AND WIFE, leford Road; thence Unless such certifi- FROM THE DATE OF 3260 Health & Fitness 320 ng area
Deputy Clerk GLENDA GAYLE along said centerline cated shall be re- THIS NOTICE, A 3270 Jewelry/Clothing i wh ng area:
As published in the DUNCAN AS SET for the following deemed according to JUDGMENT MAY BE 320 Machinery/ Don 't Know What Vita- Marianna
Washington County FORTH IN DEED courses: N 71 57'28" E the law, the property YOU WITHOUT A 3290- Medical Equipment FREE Assment from reliable transportation
News June 5,12,2010. BOOK 0371, PAGE for 1234.82 feet to an described shall be sold Y 3300- Miscellaneous n FE A f ra apoti
IN THE CIRCUIT 0620 AND RECORDED iron rod; thence N to the highest bidder at HEARING AND YOU3310 Musical Instnments Dr Mndel Call (866) and be able to work
INO THE N 4/10/2000, WASH 69034'52" E for 129.04 the courthouse door on MAY LOSE YOUR 3320 Plants & Shrubs/ 585-1390 or visit www. early a.m. hours. This
COURT OF THE DICIAL CIRCUI14TH INGTON COUNTY feet to an iron rod; July 27, 2010 at 10:00 PROPERTY OR OTHER Supplies vitaganiccom. Use is an independent con-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN RECORDS. thence N64 28'14" E for AM. IMPORTANT RIGHTS. 3330 Restaurant/Hotel Coupon FL0610A to tractor position with
AND FOR WASHING- THE SOURCE DEED 156.19 feet t an irn Dated this 1 day of YOU SHOULD TAKE 3340- Sporting Goods get additional savings part-time hours and full
TON COUNTY, FLOR- THE SOURCE DEED 156.19 feet to an iron Dated this 21 day of YOU SULD TA 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
TON COUNTY, FLOR-AS STATED ABOVE IS rod; thence N 68016'42 May, 2010, THIS PAPER TO YOUR 3350-Tket(Bu&S today time earnings with no
IDA DIVISITHE LAST RECORD E for 133.48 feet to an LINDA HAYES COOK, LAWYER AT ONCE. IF collecting necessary.
CIVIO NOT HAVE A coIllectn .h n csary
CIVIL DIVIO N O.: OF VESTING FILED iron rod; thence N CLERK OF THE CIR- YOU DO NOT HAVE AT Earn above average $'s
CA-00523 NO.. FOR THIS PROPERTY 72055'39" E for 313.53 CUlT COURT, WASH- LAWYER OR CANNOTO 3110 I 0 while being your own
2008-CA-00523 THERE HAVE BEEN feet to an iron rod; INGTON COUNTY FL AFFOR TELEPHONE THE Refrigerator, ke new 3 rested parties can
U.S. BANK NATIONAL NO VESTING thence N 6605802 E BY: J C Rogers, OR TELEPHONE THE Rie, has ice malikenr.w 2 Interested parties can
COCI ATION CHANGES SINCE THE for 40.01 feet to an iron Deputy Clerk OFFICE SETHIFORTH white,$350.00. Ghas Range, erpick up applications at
TRUSTEE A DATE OF THE ABOVE rod; thence N 4713'48" WARNING: THERE BELOW T O unused Re :he News Herald,
TRUSTED ASFO R E F E R E N C E D E for 50.42 feet to an ARE UNPAID TAXES FICE CAN PROVIDE unused, white. Holmes County Times,
STRUCTURED ASSET OURCE. iron rod; thnc N ON PROPERTY WHICH YOU WITH INFORMA- $175.00. For Sale. MURRAY Washington County
RINVESTSAIMENT LOAN ANY PERSON CLAIM- 28 58'27 E for 75.23 YOU OWN IN WHICH TION ABOUT HIRING A Livestock Trale, $400.00. MOWER 14hp 40 cut.News
Plaintiff, ING AN INTEREST IN feet to an' iron rod; YOU HAVE LEGAL IN- LAWY638-8646. Good condition. $300.
Plaintiff THE SURPLUS FROM thence N 5334'54" E TEREST. THE PROP- Lawyers' Referral Serv-6-8646.850-319-7887.o NEWSPAPER
JUDY H. COX; UN- THE SALE, IF ANY, for 50.92 feet to an iron ERTY WILL BE SOLD ice -- I CARRIER NEEDED
KNOWN SPOUSE OF OTHER THAN THE rod; N 73 57'16" E for AT PUBLIC AUCTION Delaware County Bar The News Herald is
JUDY H. COX; PROPERTY OWNER 21.96 feet to an iron ON July 27, 2010 UN- Associatioand Lemon 3130 seeking an individ-
UNKNOWN TENANT AS OF THE DATE OF rod marking the inter- LESS THE BACK interestedin pro
UNKNOWN TENANT THE LIS PENDENS section of the North TAXES ARE PAID. TO Streets 2 Public Auctions Sat- o33 ual interested pro-
(S) INT POSSBESO UST MLE A CLAIM boundary line of said MAKE ARR edaANGE PA 19063 urday June 12. 10am, Airlines are hiring, viding great i
OF THE SUBJECT WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- Southeast 1/4 of North- MENTS FOR PAY- (610)5666625 124 ark Center St, Train for high paying I customers in the
PROPERTYs TER THE SALE. west 1/4 with the cen- MENT OR TO RECEIVE www.delcobar.org Leesburg, FL, Aviation Maintenance | following area:
Defendants. In accordance with the terline of said road; FURTHER INFORMA- Further inquiry can be Leesburg Commerce Career. FAA approved MARIANNA I
RENOTICE OF FORE- Americans with Disabil- thence departing said TION, CONTACT THE directed to counsel for Park commercial end program. Financial aid Individual must have
?ICities Act of 1990 (ADA), center line, run N CLERK OF COURT IM- he Plaintiff as follows: unit. ***2pm, Mattloda if qualified, Housing reabletransporta-
CLOSURE SALE disabled persons who, 88 51'07" E along said MEDIATELY AT PO. Michael S. D Agostino, Rd, Groveland, FL, available, CALL Avia- I ton and be ableto I
(Please publish in THE because of their disa North boundary line for BOX 647 OR 1293 Esquire, 215 Bullens +/-20 acres. Heritage tion Institue of Mainte- workearlya.m
W HNTY N GWS blhtles, need special 618.08 feet to the JACKSON AVE., SUITE Lane, Woodlyn, PA Realty & Auction, a I- nance (866)314-3769 hours This is an in
NOTICE HEREBY accommodation to par- POINT OF BEGINN- 101, CHIPLEY FLOR- 19094,610- 874-7118 censed FL broker, Da- h contract
IE R t cpate in this pro- ING IDA 32428, OR TELE-As published in the vid Farmer CASH NOW! Get cah dependent contrac-
GIVEN pursuant to an ceedng should contact LESS AND EXCEPT a PHONE4. (850) 638-6008 Washington County CQ10208/K321166AB16 for your structured set torposonth
Order Resetting Fore- D eedAg CoontatLpAr DEsCEd TasPfO NEXT0224.8 News June5,12,2010. 52 / A U 2205 element or annuity pay- part-time hours and
closure Sale Date the ADA Coordinator at parcel described as fol- EXT 224.p full time earnings
te the Dday 1293 Jackson Avenue, lows: Commence at the AMOUNT TO REDEEM www.heritagesales.com(80 ments. High payouts. electing
dated the 2nd dayeof Chipley, FL 32428 or Northwest corner of FORJune$ 7,063.25 0)445-4608 Call J.G. 66 STTWeEntworth. with no collecting

aJune, 2010, and June 20 89 53 E al the Checks Accepted. SELLS r Wan-866-SETTLEMENT necessary. Earnpplica
Telephone Volce/TDD Section 17, Township 3 AMOUNT TO REDEEM 1(1-866-738-8536) Rated above average $'s
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Washington County, LINDA HAYES COOK North boundary of said Cashiers Checks, Get You Classified FL Every atur- ances. Lawn-mowers, tons at The News
Florida, wherein U.S. Clerk Of The Circuit Section 17, for a dis- Money Orders, and Ad in i day,6p.m Msea farm and garden equip- Herald, Holmes i
SOCIATION, AS TRUS Court tance of 1317.46 feet, Western Union are the COLOR ent, golf carts, satel- County i
TEE FOR STRUC- By:J.C. Rogers thence S 0059'44' 'W only other alternatives Call now for details ous Aucton tes for free. I will pick Times-Advertiser,
TURED ASSET IN- Deputy Clerk for 1312.88 feet, thence accepted. i and be noticed! i Selection var es.Cash up. Call 850-547-0088 Washingtn Conty
VESTMENT LOAN submitted by: S 8848'47" E for As published in the aSledentvarie Ca, ing
TRUST-SAIL 2005-3 is Law Office of 738.06 feet to the Washington County 638-0212 Credit/debitcard. News. all Luther
the Plaintiff and IUDY Marshall C. Watson POINT OF BEGINN- News June 5, 12, 19, ThnkngAuon 5l4CaveuINpsei MF3 850-547-9414
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HCOX;UNKNOWNTSEuie8 Flor-feten or2 NOTICE OF APPLICA- FLAU3014AB2224 MUSIC LESSONS; SIsF -us- eD-v.--
SPOUSE OF JUDY H. Fort Lauderdale, Flor- feet, thence S0058 27'' TION FOR TAX DEED __,_____ Piano, GuSalesBusine ssDev
AT(; JOHN DE ida 33309 W for 169.53 feet, Notice i EE Drums, Banjo, Mando-
(ANT (S); JOHN DOE9;54 430fnor28.9th 9 n fe1et N Rthe Dockerya DyinVilinFle. A coyy rata cI
JANE DOE AS UN- that Ruth E Dockery I 1 20Jlin, Violin, Flute. Cov- Advertis- I
KNOWN TENANT ()F C 58453-0365 f or 287.99 feet, N or Denzel J Dockery Advertise in Over 100 ington Music. We buy I f I
INN POSSESSIONcOt 134.6 C Fused musical Instru- e i
IN POSSESSION OF (954) 7716052 feet, thence N 645500 the holder of the follow Papers throughout B&B Furniture 1342 u sed musical nstruown
THE SUBJECT PROP- ing cericate, has filed B&B Furntue 1342
ERTY are defendants. I Toll Free: E for 92.84 feet to the certificate for a Tax Networks of Florida. North RR Avenue, Chipley. 850-6385050. Washington
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the 7th day of July, TON COUNTY FLOR THIS parcel being l0- 84 YEAR OF ISSU [ 1 O used, brand new in fac 37. 1101 Mayhaw Ln, Are you a motivated




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FEET, THENCE Nor thwest corner of TION FOR TAX DEED FURTHER INFORMA- 2130 Farm mals/ 830-untl Special n accepted. Exp r I
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THENCE EAST 125 North, Range 13 West, Notice is hereby given, CLERK OF COURT IM- 2140 ie t Sale. Sat., Class A CDL. 2 years solutions, using ourp







THENCE EAST 125 North, Range 13 West, Notice is hereby given, CLERK OF COURT IM- 2141- Pets/Livosteck ___________ sume to: 1405 Brick-I or pick up i


FEET, THENCE Washington County, that Ruth E Dockery or MEDIATELY AT PO. Wanted Yard Sale. Friday & yard Road, Chipley I a "naplcaio t i
SOUTH 38 FEET TO Florida; thence S Denzel J Dockery the BOX 647 OR 1293 2150-Pet Memorials Saturday, June 11 & Florida 32428.
POINT OF BEGINN- 8901'53" E along the holder of the following JACKSON AVE., SUITE 12th. 3719 Pate Pond Web id 34101183 | i
ING, IN SECTION 5 North boundary line of certificate, has filed 101, CHIPLEY FLOR- Rd, Vernon. 1364 N. Railroad I
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, said Section 17, for a said certificate for a Tax IDA 32428, OR TELE- | 2100 8:00am-12:00pm. Many Educational Ave. Chipley, Florida i
RANGE 13 WEST, distance of Deed to be issued PHONE (850) 638-6008 items to choose from. For more informa-
W A S H I N G T 0 N 2634.92xfeet to an iron thereon. The certificate EXT224. American Bobtail Kit- Multi family. Teachers Needed for 2 tion or to apply
COUNTY FLORIDA. rod marking the North- number and year of is- AMOUNT TO REDEEM tens; T.I.C.A. regis- year old class & 3 year online, visit i
ALSO: east corner of the suance, the description FOR June $ 2,558.28 tered, $250.00, Bengal Yard Sale: 3 Families, old class. Must have 40 www.freedom.com
COMMENCE AT THE Northeast 1/4 of North- of the property, and the AMOUNT TO REDEEM kittens $400. & up. Saturday, June 12th, hours of child care. See "Careers"
SOUTHEAST CORNER west 1/4 of said Sec- names in which it was FOR July $2,595.75 Mixed breed kittens, until. Mary Henry, 802 Taking applications for
OF SECTION 5, tion 17; thence S assessed are as follows IN U.S. CURRENCY free. 850-547-4747, N Oklahoma St, Boni- e x p e r i e n c e d Equal Opportunity
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, 00o58'27" W along the CERTIFICATE NO. ONLY No Personal W e b s i t e ; fay. Lots of good Pre-School Director. Employer -
RANGE 13 WEST, East boundary line of 734 YEAR OF ISSU- Checks Accepted. www.tailwinds.info things! Call 547-1444. Drug-free Workplace
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1 6100 6170 710 7190 7190
Commercial Building 4 BR 2 Bath CENTRAL GEORGIA
for rent. 1800 sqft. Fall- 3 miles from Bonifay 11/2 plus acres land, 280 AC $1375/AC
ingwaters Rd., Chipley. Elem. on Hwy 177A. mostly cleared with BANK FORCED LIQUI- Auchumpkee Creek,
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ventures. Call Rick Large family room and large oaks. Can be dl- LAKE PROPERTY/TN. pond sites, hardwoods
850-258-6621. kitchen 579-8823 vided into 4 tracts. Al- PRICED PENNIES ON and planted pine. Pic-
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Executive 2BR/2BA MH for rent. Asking $30,000. will REASONABLE OFF- ( 4 7 8 ) 9 8 7-9 7 0 0
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Space forffice service furnished. 3 mon on$2,000. down. Located SALE! JULY 9-10-11
downtown Chipley. renAll EastofVernon C right outside Bonifay CALL MAP & PRICING.
util.owncld 6381918 85084All Pi 96842neer Rd. all on 279 south, 2 miles 877-644-4647 x302 TENNESSEE CUM-
850-638-7315, or then right Simmons BERLAND PLATEAU
Office Space for lease 638-9933. Road & left on Shull 945+/- Acres Great
sunny 1100 Sf space at Rd. Look for signs. Mo- commercial or develop-
Gulf Place Town 2BR MH for rent with bile homes o:k. ment Only minutes
Center. $1700 mo utility building, window 334-347-3332, Enter- from new Volkswagen
CAM. 850-267-8458 air. 535-2657. praise, AL. Oversize Lake Lot! 3+ Plant Will subdivide
ACRES- $29,900. FREE $1,995.00 per acre
2BR/2BA w/large addi- Boat Slips! (was $49 (931)235-5263 www.
tion on 2 acres, fenced. 900) Park-like hard- pineycreekllc.com
I 2 storage buildings. Two 8 acres on Bedie wood setting near lake.
6110 Smoke free environ- Rd, Two 9 acres on Enjoy deeded access
Apartment for rent; 2 ment, no pets. $575 Bedie Rd. Two 5 acres to private lake, free NC MOUNTAINS CLO-
bedroom 1 bath in month plus deposit. & One 10 acres on boat slips & pavilion. SEOUT SALE! Cabin
Chipey, near WalMart.n Water & Sewage in- Buddy Rd. One 10 ac- Quiet rd frontage, utili- Shell, 2+ acres with
$575.00 month. Call cluded.850-258-2086. res on Gainer Rd. 10 ties, warranty deed. Ex- great view, very private,
850 -5473129 acres on Hwy 77. cellent financing. Must big trees, waterfalls &
___ ? Owner financing For see, call now (888)792- large public lake
7-more info call Milton 5253, x 3503 nearby, $99,500 Bank
CHIPLEY. Large Peel @850-638-1858. financing (866)275-
1BR/1BA, $450, SD 3BR/2BA Doublewide 0442
$150; 2BR/1BA, $500, MH in middle of Bonl-
SD $250. CH/A, ceiling fay. CH/A. /2 mile from
fans, stove/refrigerator. schools. $550/mth. M A R IA N
Includes water, sewer 373-7610.
location. No pets or M-A R IA I gI
HUD 638-3306. r

For Rent: Unique 3BR/2BA n Chpley W ell W ork Hard To arn
2BR/2BA screened area. CH/A, all electric, W e'll W ork Hard To lath 1
porch apartment. Non water furnished. No
Smoker, No pets, refer pets. $500/mth. PE
ences. Bonifay Area. 638-8570 or
850-547-3494 or 850-258-1594. B '*
850-532-2177 CERTIFIE=
3BR/2BA, Chipley.
For Rent; 2BR, apart- CH/A, WD hook-up, ap-
month. Call mentary school. CERTIFIEl
850-844-0078 $525/mth plus deposit. Ze ,o n
______________ No pets. 638-0560 or Zero gown
Publisher's 850-774-3034. 'O TO
Publisher's r- 3 ie With Approved Credit
Notice Circle J Mobile Home With Approved Credit
Park in Chipley, 921evl Nr Selection
All real estate advertising in 5262 Alabama St. 2&3
this newspaper is subject to
the Far Housng Act which BR units for rent, start- C peiive Ineres R es
makes it illegal to advertise Ing @ $345 per mo call Competitive terest R tes
any preference, limitation 850-832-2929
or discrimination based on _ _ _
race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or
national origin, or an inten-
tion, to make any such pref-
erence, limitation or dis- For Rent 2BR/1BA mo-
crimination" Familial status bile home in Caryville
includes children under the areal. No Pets.
age of 18 living with parents 850-547-5330
nant women and people se-
curing custody of children For Rent: mobileSer
under 18. home; 2BR/2BA, Hwy.
280. No pets, $395.00
knowingly accept any ad- 850-260-9075
vertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are herebyShrGea
informed that all dwellings
advertised in this newspa-
per are available on a equal
opportunity basis. To com- Mobile Home
plain of discrimination call For Rent
HUD toll-free at For Rent
1-800-669-9777. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath in
toll-free number for the mobile home park,
hearing impaired is $100 dep, $425 rent.
1-800-927-9275. 850-258-6822

Mobile Homes in Cot-
,.. = tondale on Sapp Rd, 8
oRTUMn miles E. of Chipley.
3br, 2ba, & 2br, 2ba,
avail. Total elec.
(850)-258-4868 or

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rent. Water, sewer, gar- Real Nice 3BR/2BA
bage and W/D fur- MH. Nice area, just out-
nished. In town. Mature side Chipley City limits, 11
people only. $500/mth, off Brickyard Rd. No -TO
$300/dep. References. pets. 638-4630, day or
No pets. 1219 638-1434, nights.


Woodrow Ave.
326-2920.

3BR/2BA Dogwood
Golf Community on 8th
Fairway, screen porch
to watch golfers or just
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sible purchase option,
owner financing. $650.
mo., selling amount
$79900. First/last & se-
curity. Call
850-547-5044

3BR/1.5BA, large lot,
conveniently located.
CH/A. Bonifay Coun-
try Home. 3BR/2.5BA.
Garage, fish pond.
$1200/mth. Smoke
free. 547-2091.

For Rent: 3BR/1 BA
Frame House, $325 a
month. 2BR/1BA trailer
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de Leon area.
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