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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2008

Today's Forecast
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Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
North Okaloosa Medical Center CEO David Sanders congratulates Dawn Holland, RN, for having been
named the hospital's Patients Choice Nurse of the Year.



NOMC announces



Nurse of the Year


Patients select Dawn Hollandfor


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Citing her care and compas-
sion, patients at North Okaloo-
sa Medical Center chose Dawn
Holland as the community
hospital's Nurse of the Year.
For the second time.
It's the first time a nurse
has been picked twice for the
honor in the history of all 120
hospitals that are part of the
Community Health Systems
chain of hospitals.
The hospital's patients se-
lect the honoree.
"She made me really feel
that she cared about me as a
person, not just as a patient,"
wrote one of the responders
who nominated Holland.


"Her compassion is always,
present," wrote another. "I
am elderly and she is appieca-
ated."
"She goes way beyond [her]
duties to care for her patents,"
wrote a third, "and makes the
family feel as important."
Said Holland: "A lot of pa-
tients who complimented me
are nice people themselves.
It's not hard taking care of nice
people."
Dr. Michael Foley, an NOMC
doctor who works often with
Holland, said "She's very un-
assuming and she takes very
good care of her patients."
NOMC CEO David Sand-
ers presented Holland with a
poster featuring photos of all
the Nurses of the Year in the


the second time

entire Community Health Ser-
vices system, including Hol-
land, and a cash gift from the
hospital.
Considering Holland was
selected out of nearly 500. pos-
sible caregivers, "we by no
means want to under appre-
ciate the spirit of this honor,"
Sanders said. "It's just a privi-
lege for us to be able to honor
you."/
What does Holland do
to earn the accolades of col-
leagues and patients alike? She
just stays herself, she said.
Holland obtained her nurs-
ing degree from McArthur
State Technical College in Opp,
Ala.

See NURSE A7


Veterans offer



memories of



WWII's end


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

World War II in the Pa-
cific came to an auspicious
ending only days after the
second atomic bomb was
detonated above the skies
of Nagasaki, Japan.
It would be another
three weeks before the
Japanese Empire officially
capitulated by signing the
formal surrender docu-
ment aboard the giant bat-
tleship Missouri as it lay at
anchor in Tokyo Bay.
The date was Septem-
ber 2, 1945.
Three Crestview men
remember the day well,
but for different reasons.
John McMahon was in
Belgium, serving with the
victorious Seventh Army
occupation forces.
Mark Weatherly was in
the Philippines serving as
a personal guard to Gen-
eral of the Armies Douglas
MacArthur.
Pvt. Robert Merchant
was a Japanese prisoner of
war.
The war's ending came
as a relief to John McMa-
hon, who says he and
his fellow soldiers were
awaiting orders to ship to
the Pacific theatre
"We were worried
about having to go over
there," McMahon said
recently as he sat quietly


on a bqnch inside the city
park he designed.
Beside him lay an el-
egant polished wood and
leather-bound swagger
stick artfully embossed
with his name and war-
time rank.
"A German prisoner
gave this to me," said Mc-
Mahon proudly. "I can't
remember his name, but I
can remember he seemed
like a nice guy, and not
much different from me,
for that matter."
Also beside him lay an
aged tri-color shoulder
patch he wore on his war-
time uniform. It designat-
ed him as a member of the
now-famous 42nd Infan-
try Division, universally
known as the Rainbow
Division.
"We kept hearing per-
sistent rumors about being
shipped out at ahy mo-
ment, and we sure weren't
looking forward to going
to the Pacific. We'd heard
and read about the Japa-
nese, and knew they were
tough customers," said
McMahon, a decorated
survivor of the Battle of
the Bulge
Dr. Mark Weatherly was
already in the Pacific, serv-
ing on MacArthur's per-
sonal security detail. He
was one of the first people
See WWII A7


Relay kicks off Thursday
Special to the News Bulletin

An "early bird" meeting for the 2009 Crestview Re-
lay For Life will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at Walker
Elementary.
Representatives from teams that took part in the 2008
Relay are invited to attend to discuss the 2009 event.
The 2009 Relay will be held May 15-16.


'Yellow River caused Milligan to go boom, then bust


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

The tiny community of
Milligan once was Oka-
loosa County's largest
town. For a short time it
was the county seat.
The town originally
was established along the
Yellow River in the mid-
1800s during a time when
fiver transportation was
important to industry and
survival.
Flood waters from the
river eventually would
plague the town's growth
and cause a shift to higher
ground.
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known as "Chaffin Sta-
tion," named for two
brothers who built a tur-
pentine still there. The the
exact founding date is un-
known, but an 1850 map
of the Florida Panhandle
shows a community at the
location. The name later
was changed to Milligan
in honor of the man who
brought the first sawmill
to the town, establishing
it as a sawmill communi-
ty for the next 100 years.
Rufus Milligan and six
other men poled the steam
boiler engine and carriage
mill from Milton, travel-
ing up the Yellow River
to the present site of Mil-


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ligan. The trip was said to
have taken eight weeks
because of swampy plac-
es on the river that had to
be cut along the way.
Milligan already was
a thriving community by
the time the Pensacola
and Atlantic Railroad ar-
rived in 1883. There was a
mercantile store, barber-
shop, blacksmith, livery
stable, doctor's office, sa-
loon, gristmill and a ferry
over the Yellow River.
A family named Noyes
established a grist mill
north of Milligan, along
what is now known as
Old River Road, sometime
before the Civil War. The


mill operated contifnu-
ously until the early 1960s
under several different
owners. It was purchased
by Alfred Garrett in about
1930 and was known as
the Garrett Grist Mill un-
til its closing.
The First Baptist
Church of Milligan was
established in 1864. It
was originally located
about eight miles north of
its present location, along
the Yellow River.
Okaloosa County was
created from portions of
Santa Rosa and Walton
County's in 1915 after

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EDUCATION


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2008


Rider graduates from
Kaplan
Charlene Rider of Eglin
A.F.B. was awarded an Asso-
ciate of Applied Science de-
gree in paralegal studies from
Kaplan University during a
commencement ceremony in
early August at the Chicago
Symphony Theatre. The com-'
mencement celebrated the
achievements of more than.
2,200 graduates.

UWF presidential
address Sept. 9
University of West Florida
President Judy Bense will de-
liver a special address to the
university community on Sept.
9 at 11 a.m. in the University
Commons Auditorium (Build-
ing 22).
She will discuss her vi-
sion and goals for the univer-
sity for the upcoming year,
provide an update of the
state budget situation and the
approach that has been devel-
oped to meet the projected re-
ductions. The address also will
be Webcast at http://wuwf.
org.

NWFSC College Night
College Night, a free
annual event which features
representatives from more
than 80 colleges and univer-
sities from across the natio:_,
will be held Sept. 10 from 6
to 8 p.m. in the College Mall
(building K) of the Northwest
Florida State College Niceville
campus.
The evening provides
high school students, their
parents, and others with the
opportunity to gather informa-
tion, ask questions and plan for
college. For information, call
729-5379.


UWF's "Fun With
Science!"
The University of West Flor-
ida Department of Chemistry,
in conjunction with the
Institute for Human and Ma-
chine Cognition (IHMC), will
offer Fun with Science! ses-
sions this fall for students in
grades 6-8.
Led by UWF science faculty
members, the sessions are held
from 9 to 11 a.m. one Saturday
a month during the school year
on the UWF Pensacola Campus
in Building 58A, 'Room 101.
Dates and sessions are Sept. 20
(Chemistry of Fireworks); Oct.
18 (National Chemistry Week);
Nov. 15 (Physics); and Dec. 6
(Plant Biology).
There will be a brief
introductory lecture for each
session followed by an activ-
ity period where students
will perform hands-on experi-
ments appropriate for their age
group.
Sponsored by International
Paper, Pensacola Mill, the ses-
sions are limited to 50 par-
ticipants. Participants must
register for the sessions in ad-
vance and registration will be
separate for each individual
session.
For details or to register,
contact Cindy Williams at
(850) 474-2741 or e-mail cwil-
liam@uwf.edu.

UWF origami
workshop schedule
The University of West
Florida Japan Center will offer
origami workshops on Satur-
days, Sept. 27, Oct. 11 and 25,
Nov. 8 and 22, and Dec. 6 and
20. The December workshops
will be dedicated to making
Christmas ornaments.
The workshops will be


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Downtown Office
302 N. Wilson Street
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


Say Hello to Bobby Youngblood, our newest Vice
President at First National Bank of Crestview.
Bobby began his banking career in 1988 as Head
Teller. In 1992, at age 25, Bobby was promoted to
Assistant Cashier and was the youngest Officer
in the history of First National. In 1998, he was
again promoted to Assistant Vice President and
this year was named Vice President by the Board of
Directors. He also served as the Collections Officer
and is carr.r.rl) the Information Techrnolog;,
Manager.
Bobby is a Crestview native, a 1985 graduate
. of Crestview High School and graduated from
the University of West Florida in 1999 with a B.
S. in Computer Information Systems and minors
in Business and Finance .He is currently attending
the Florida School of Banking.

Main Office
1301 Industrial Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-5111


held from 1 to 4 p.m. in
Building 71, Room 141.
They are free and open to
the public. Class size is
limited and participants should
reserve their spaces no later
than the Friday before each
workshop.
The workshops will be led
by instructor Yachiyo Gunn.
Attendees should bring their
own origami paper (5 7/8-inch
squares). Packets of paper can
be purchased from the instruc-
tor.
For details or to register,
call (850) 474-3363 or e-mail ja-
pan@uwf.edu.

UWF "Leading to
Luna" schedule
The Florida Public Archae-
ology Network (FPAN) and
West Florida Historic Preserva-
tion, Inc. (WFHPI) will present
the Leading to Luna lecture se-
ries in September.
Dates and lectures include
Sept. 9, "Emanuel Point I &
II Shipwrecks 1559"; Sept. 16,
"Ships of Discovery on the
Age of Exploration"; Sept. 23,
"Prehistoric Archaeology of
Northwest Florida"; and Sept.
30, "Colonizing Florida: Span-
ish Attempts before the Luna
Expedition."
The lectures will be held at
7 p.m. at the J. Earle Bowden
Building, located at 120 Church
St. in Historic Pensacola Vil-
lage. All lectures are free and
open to the public.
A precursor held in associa-
tion with Pensacola's 450th an-
niversary, the series will edu-
cate audiences on events that
happened prior to the 1559
Luna .-.,edition,
Details: Mary Furlong,
FPAN outreach coordinator, at
(850) 595-0050 or e-mail mfur-
long@uwf.edu.


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The father of 3 children and married to the
former Roberta Cannon of Baker, Bobby coached
little league baseball for 8 years and currently
volunteers .,.ich the Biker High School baseball
program
\'hern questioned .bout hii career in banking,
Bobby replied," really enlo) working with :hel
people and our coinmmiunity. In my 20 years ,:,1
banking, I have seen on manr people grow up,
mature and tart t'milie' 4f their own. Having
lived here all of my life, I have watched our.
community grow and prosper. Banking is all about
relationships, working with people and making
the relationships grow. I am proud to be a part of a
locally owned, hometown bank and I am proud to
be a part of First National Bank of Crestview."


Southside Office
2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-3111


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Students


graduate


from EMT


program

NICEVILLE North-
west Florida State Col-
lege recently recognized
the 2008 class of students
who successfully com-
pleted the college's voca-
tional certificate program
in Emergency Medical
Technician (EMT) at the
end of Summer Term.
EMT Certificate grad-
uates from North Oka-
loosa County are listed
below.
Baker: Anthony
Combs
Crestview: Jasmine
Hall, Rachael Kilcrease,
Stacy Lipscomb, Mad-
eline Perry
Holt: David Pilkil-
ton
Barry Reed, EMT/
Paramedic/EMSprogram
manager, noted the grad-
uates may apply for the
examination to become
a Florida-certified emer-
gency medical technician
and a National Registry
emergency medical tech-
nician basic.
The EMT program is
part of the Public Safety
Division, which also in-
cludes degree and certifi-
cate programs- for para-
medic, emergency medi-
cal services, emergency
administration & man-
agement, law enforce-
ment and corrections.
The EMT program ac-
cepts applications for ad-
mission of new students
on a year-round basis.
The 11-credit-hour pro-
gram generally may be
completed in one semes-
ter. Students may add
approved coursework to
the certificate program to
earn an Associate of Sci-
ence degree.
All the college's
health-related programs
of study, including nurs-
ing, dental assisting,
radiography, EMT and
paramedic, will hold an
information session and
open house for prospec-
tive students on Oct. 14
at 5:30 p.m. at the col-
lege's Niceville campus
in Building K.
For information con-
tact 729-4924 or see the
program's Web page at
www.nwfstatecollege.
edu/EMT.


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Arresting developments at RMS


Above, Richbourg Middle
School administrators
S W will do anything to get
their students to read the
book "Al Capone Does My
Shirts." RMS Principal Bob
Jones, wearing his prison
outfit, is escorted from
a sheriff's cruiser. RMS
Administrators played the
role of prisoners to drum
Iup students' interest in
reading.

At left, Richbourg School
Resource Officer Marney
Hudson (center) has RMS
assistant principals Lee
Martello (left) and Wanda
Avery "under arrest."

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT


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Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian

For the second year,
Florida's library com-
: unity is joining with the
SDepartment of Environ-
:mental Protection's Flori-
da State Parks in leading
the state's effort to rec-
ognize the importance of
literacy during the month
:of September. To com-
memorate the value of
reading and literacy, state
Sparks around Florida are
offering free admission
during the week of Sept.
:7-13 to citizens who show
a library card or a library
;book, or donate a new
or gently used family-
appropriate book. Visit
www.floridastateparks.
org to find a state park
near you to participate in
a literacy event or to learn
more about "Florida State
Parks Celebrate Literacy
,in September."
Okaloosa County Tran-
Ssit also helps us celebrate
literacy during Septem-


ber. Simply show your
library card to the bus
driver to ride the Wave
for free, whether you're
coming to or from the
library or any other Wave
stop!

PROGRAMS
Grandparents,
honorary grandparents
and grandchildren are
invited to a special "Sto-
ries with Grandma and
Grandpa" Story Time
today or Thursday be-
ginning at 10:15 a.m.
Sign-in begins at 10 a.m.
Grandparents will make
"Best Grandkid" awards.
Grandchildren will make
"Best Grandpa" or "Best
Grandma" magnets. Flap
your wings into Story
Time on Sept. 10 or 11 for
stories and songs about
our feathered friends.
Make a bird to "fly away
home."
This Friday and ev-
ery Friday, students ages
12 and up play Wii from 2
to 4 p.m.


Mooo! Woof! Meow!
Children under the age of
3 get ready to make ani-
mal sounds during Lap
Sit on Tuesday! Sign-in
begins when the doors
open at 10 a.m. The sto-
ries and sounds begin at
10:15 a.m.

STAFF PICKS
"Cookie's Week" by
Cindy Ward (E War). On
Wednesday, Cookie the
kitten upsets the trash
can. Cookie's week is full
of mischief! Will he rest
on Sunday?
"Meet Kit, an
American Girl" by Val-
erie Tripp (J Fic Tri). I'm a


little late to the American
Girl craze and must admit
this is the first American
Girl book I've read. When
I saw an advertisement
for the movie, it piqued
my interest. I thoroughly
enjoyed the book! What
a great introduction to
historical fiction! Intro-
duce your chapter-book-
reading girl to Kit, and
she'll learn about the
Great Depression through
the eyes of a resourceful
9-year-old!

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask Jean, Lise, Sandra,
Anna, Marie, Sengdara,


Tracey, Janice, Audrey,
Sharon or Heather. We
will be happy to assist
you.

CONTACT US
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merce Drive (behind the
Post Office)
Phone: 682-4432
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QUOTE
"The really idle man
gets nowhere. The perpet-
ually busy man does not
get much further." Sir
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Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

:22nd Annual
:Concerto
Competition
The ,Northwest Flori-
:da Symphony Orchestra
:Guild and the Mattie Kelly
:Fine & Performing Arts
SCenter at Northwest Flori-
:da State College announce
:the 22nd Annual Concerto
Competition.
The competition is open
'.to students of orchestral
instruments, keyboard,
and voice who are 23 or
.:younger. Students com-
'pete for prize money and
:the opportunity to play
:with the Northwest Flor-
,ida Symphony Orchestra
:in a live concert.
: The contest is open to
:students who are legal
:residents of Okaloosa and
'regional counties.
' The competition is
'divided into three divi-
:sions: Junior for students
:in grades up to 8; Senior
:for grades 9 through 12;
:and College, open to col-
lege undergraduates age
:23 years or younger.
: Application materials


must be postmarked by
Sept. 20 to be considered.
After the initial screen-
ing, applicants will be se-
lected to participate in an
Oct. 18 audition. All ap-
plicants will be notified by
phone or e-mail no later
than Oct. 4 regarding their
participation in the live
audition.
Winners will perform,
at the Music Director's
discretion, with the NFSO
in concert on Feb. 20, 2009.
Awards are $500 for Junior
Division winner, $1,000
for Senior Division win-
ner, and $1,500 for College
Division winner. The deci-
sion of the judges is final.
Applications and con-
test rules are available on-
line at www.nfsymphony.
org or at the Fine Arts Of-
fice. For more information,
call (850) 729-5382.

Pastel Society
Exhibition
An exhibition from the
Pastel Society of North
Florida's 10th Biennial Na-
tional Exhibition will be on
display Sunday through
Oct. 9 at the Mattie Kel-
ly Fine and Performing
Arts Center Galleries in


Special to the News Bulletin
Artist Bill James' "Colorful Dancers" is one of more than 75
pastels to be exhibited at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center.


Niceville on the campus
of Northwest Florida State
College.


A preview reception
and awards ceremony will
be held in. the galleries on


Sept. 5, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Both the preview reception
and the exhibits are free
and open to the public.
This exhibition in both
galleries features a fantas-
tic array of more than 75
pastel works by 40 artists
from across the United
States.
The Pastel Society of
North Florida has been in
existence for 20 years, each
year growing in member-
ship, popularity, and pres-
tige.
The 10th Biennial Na-
tional Exhibition is a ju-
ried event, with a "Best
of Show" prize of $1,000.
Noted Ukraine artist Ana-
toly Dverin will be the
judge of this year's compe-
tition. Artists' work will be
available to the public for
purchase.
Gallery hours for the
two exhibits are Monday
to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Sundays from 1 to 4
p.m. and 90 minutes prior
to most performances in
the main stage theater of
the Mattie Kelly Arts Cen-
ter.
For information, contact
the gallery office at (850)
729-6044.


Golden Dragon
Acrobats
FORT WALTON
BEACH The Mattie Kelly
Arts Foundation presents
the Golden Dragon Acro-
bats from China perform-
ing Cirque D'Or at 7 p.m.
Sept. 3 at the Emerald
Coast Conference Center
on Okaloosa Island. Ad-
vanced reserved seating
is $30/adult and $15/chil-
dren 16 and younger. Tick-
ets on sale at www.mat-
tiekellyartsfoundation.
org. For more information,
call 650-2226.

Fall Arts Preview
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publish a preview of the
north Okaloosa County
fall arts scene in an up-
coming issue. Submit your
organization's announce-
ment by e-mail to brianh@
crestviewbulletin.com, or
call it in to (850) 682-6524.

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2008


Sheriff touts 'cold case' playing cards


Special to the News Bulletin

The Florida Depart-
ment of Law Enforcement
(FDLE), Department of
Corrections (DC), the At-
torney General's Office,
and the Florida Associa-
tion of Crime Stoppers
again teamed up with
Florida sheriffs and police
chiefs to create a new deck
of statewide cold case
playing cards. The third
edition features 52 of Flor-
ida's unsolved homicide


Crestview Police
Dept. reports
ROCKY DEVON JACKSON,
27, of 548 S. Savage St., Crestview,
was charged with criminal mis-
chief totaling $200 to $1,000 in
damage. MICHAEL TERREL
WHITE, 23, of 467 S. Savage St.,
Crestview, was charged with sale
of cocaine. ROBERT COCHRAN,
59, of 294 Anderson St., Crestview,
was charged with trespassing:
not structure or conveyance. *
ARZEALUS T. MCLAUGHLIN,
19, of 104 Oglesby Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with resisting
arrest without violence and flee-
ing and attempting to elude a law
enforcement officer.
7/15: JENNIFER LYNN GAR-
ZA, 26, of 158 Cross Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with battery
(domestic violence).
7/26: RONDA RENEE
MCLEAN, 40, of 4444 Cooper
Lane, Holt, was charged with


and missing person cases.
Beginning today, the decks
will be distributed to in-
mates in all 67 county jails
and to supervised offend-
ers reporting in through
the state's 156 probation
offices. Each card features
a photograph of the victim
and factual information
about the case..
"The issuing of the
third edition of cold case
playing cards is a testi-
mony to the' success of
this program. Distribut-


driving while license suspended
or revoked, first offense, posses-
sion of a Schedule II, possession of
less than 20i grams of marijuana,
and possession of manufacturing
paraphernalia.
7/30: EARL LEE DALE, 45, of
113 Grimes Ave., Crestview, was
charged with possession of a con-
trolled substance without a pre-
scription (Schedule II drug), re-
sisting arrest without violence and
refusal to obey lawful command
of a law enforcement officer.
7/31: CAVESE MARCUS
BARNES, 25, of 407 W. Edney
Ave., Crestview, was charged with
possession of cocaine with intent
to distribute within 1,000 feet of
public housing. ANTONIO
MCGEE, 46, of 407 W. Edney Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
8/1: CHRISTAL NICOLE EL-
LISON, of 889 N. Ferdon Blvd.,
Crestview, was charged with petty
theft. PERNELL CONDREDGE


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ing these to the thousands
of inmates within the jails
and corrections facili-
ties in our state exposes
the cases to an audience
of people most likely to
have come in contact with
these individuals," said
Okaloosa County Sheriff
Charlie Morris, President
of the Florida Sheriffs As-
sociation. "This will pro-
vide an excellent source
of information to help law
enforcement solve crimes.
The Florida Sheriffs As-


THOMAS, 28, of Crestview, was
charged with sale of cocaine with-
in 1,000 feet of a place of worship.
8/4: ANTHONY WILLIAM
ROCA, 23, of 4622 Middleton
Road, Crestview, was charged
with trafficking in Hydrocodone.
* DONNIE MIDDLETON, 59, of
4622 Middleton Road, Crestview,
was charged with trafficking in
Hydrocodone.
8/6: GABRIELLE REBECCA
KOEHN of 5047 Bone Creek
Road, Holt, was charged with
possession of a controlled sub-
stance. DUSTIN DWEWAYNE
EMERSON, of 297 Anderson St.,
Crestview, was charged with dis-
orderly conduct affray.
8/7: MARIO CARRELL
BROWN, 39, of 673 W. Walnut
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with fleeing and eluding a law en-
forcement officer that had lights
and siren turned on, possession
of cocaine and resisting arrest
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part of supporting this ef-
fort."
By distributing the cold
case playing cards to of-
fenders, law enforcement
will reach thousands of
potential sources who
may be able to provide
critical information about
an unsolved case. Print-
ing for the third edition
deck was funded through
federal grant monies.
"We've already had two
inmates come forward


THOMPSON, 45, of 804 Chestnut
Ave., Crestview, was charged with
possession of drug parapherna-
lia. PERNELL CONDREDGE
THOMAS, 28, of Crestview, was
charged with sale of cocaine with-
in 1,000 feet of a public housing
facility.
8/8: SETH BRANDON GA-
BRIEL, 26, of 110 Lake St., was
charged with disorderly intoxica-
tion and resisting arrest without
violence. JIMMY LEE WILKS, 48,
of 404 W. Beech Ave., Crestview,
was charged with battery touch
or strike (domestic violence). *
TOMMY LEWIS SHIPMAN JR.,
24, off 115 Addison Place, Crest-
view, was charged with domestic
violence/battery/causing bodily
harm. JIMMY LEE WILKS, 48,
of 4040 W. Beech Ave., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
narcotics equipment.
8/9: WILLIE FRANKWRIGHT,
56, of 104 Terrell Dr. 2, Crestview,
was charged with driving while
license suspended habitual of-
fender and driving a vehicle that
was in an unsafe condition. *
BENITO CAMAGRO-BARAJAS,
24, of 2940 McCarty Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with operating
a motor vehicle without a valid li-
cense and running a stop sign.
8/10: ROBERT DUNCAN, 40,
of 719 Riverwood Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with failure to
appear on a charge of simple as-
sault, based on a Walton County
warrant.
. 8/11: ANTHONY SHANE
PEACOCK, 30, of 244 Cross
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with forgery of a motor vehicle
title. HEATHER K. LOCKE, 24,
of 292 King St., Crestview, was
charged with disorderly intoxica-
tion and resisting arrest without
violence. ANGEL RAMIREZ
HERNANDEZ, 26, of Crestview,
was charged with operating a
motor vehicle without a valid li-
cense.
8/12: CHARLES HOWARD
COLEMAN Ill, 27, of 213 Grimes
Ave., Crestview, was charged with
sale of cocaine within 1,000 feet of
a place of worship and resisting
arrest without violence. GUN-
NEL LELAND WILKS, 27, of 103
Oglesby Ave., Crestview,. was
charged with sale of cocaine with-
in 1,000 feet of a place of worship.
* ROSE ODOM CREWS, 48, of
3186 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview,
was charged with trafficking in
Hydrocodone. WILLIE JAMES
PEOPLES, 33, of 883 W. Griffith
Ave., Crestview, was charged with
sale of cocaine within 1,000 feet
of a place of worship. KALVIN
ALAN ROBERTSON, 50, of 124 S.
Booker St., Crestview, was charged
with sale of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a place of worship.
8/13: MICHELLE K. CUMBIE,


with information that
solved crimes in response
to the Cold Case Cards
initiative, and I anticipate
some of our offenders on
community supervision
will do so as well," said
DC Secretary Walter Mc-
Neil.
A toll-free number for
Crime Stoppers is listed
on each card, and offend-
ers in county jail facilities
will be given access to a
phone in order to call in
information. As with all


45, of 1096 S. Wilson St., Crestview,
was charged with driving while li-
cense suspended or revoked, first
offense, criminal mischief total-
ing $200 and less, and trespass-
ing .-.n pF..oper not a structure
or ,:un e.an.ce PAULA JEAN.
RITCHIE '51. of 195 Ponderosa
Roa..d. M.:.-.\ Head, was charged
with resisting an officer with vio-
lence and battery on a law enforce-
ment officer. AMBER LYNN SE-
NESAC, 22, of 1005 Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd., Apt. Fl, Crestview,
was charged with six counts of
fraudulent use of a credit card and
one count of grand theft.
8/15: ALBERTO JORGE RAN-
GEL, 25, of 521 Creekview Circle,
Pelham, Ala., was charged with
operating a motor vehicle without
a valid license. CLAYTON NA-
THANIEL WHITBEY, 40, of 2565
Frank Reeder Road, Pensacola,
was charged with fraud/make ut-
tering of less than $50 and resist-
ing an officer obstruction with-
out violence. RAY ANTHONY
FOSTER, 50, of 135 E. Third Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with bat-
tery/domestic violence.
8/18: STEVEN P. HARRISON,
18, of 8031 McCoy Road, Baker,
was charged with operating a mo-
tor vehicle without a valid license.
CLAUDIE ELTON COLQUITT,
31, of 125 Denise Circle, Albert-
ville, Ala., was charged with driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked, first offense. LOGAN
M. TURNER, 19, of Stilwell Blvd.
in Crestview, was charged with
unarmed burglary to a home
without a person inside and petit
theft. DONALD W. YORK, 34,
of 1649 E. James Lee Blvd., Crest-
view, was charged with unarmed
burglary without a person inside
and petit theft. CHRISTOPHER
W. GORUM, 30, of 1125 Farmer
St., Crestview, was charged with
unarmed burglary without a per-
son inside and petit theft.
8/19: DEUNDRA CONSTAI
FREDERICK, 31, 898 S. McClel-
land St., Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine. *
DONALD WAYNE YORK, 34,
of 1125 Farmer St., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
a destructive device and theft. *
CHRISTOPHER W. GORUM, 30,
of 1125 Farmer St., Crestview, was
charged with possession of a de-
structive device and theft. AAR-
ON S. GEMINA, 22, of 107 Tyner
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with driving while license sus-
pended or revoked, first offense.
8/22: JAMES JUNIOR JACK-
SON, 30, of 107 Oglesby Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
criminal mischief totaling $200 to
1,000 in damage.
8/23: DARRELL DWIGHT
GANEY, 39, of 624 Lighthouse
Church Road, Holt, was charged


Crime Stoppers initiatives,
no identifying informa-
tion is obtained from the
callers they are free to
remain anonymous.
To learn more about
the Cold Case Playing
Cards initiative and to
view cards from each of
the three editions, please
visit www.fdle.state.fl.us/
OSI/unsolved. The pub-
lic can purchase cards
through Priority Market-
ing at www.prioritymar-
keting.com.


with failure to appear based on a
warrant from St. Charles Parish
Sheriff's Office.
8/24: JAMES JUNIOR JACK-
SON, 30, of 548 S. Savage St;,
Crestview, was charged with
driving a motor vehicle without a
valid license.
8/25: GILL MCGEE, 20, of 405
W. Cobb Ave., was charged with
felony battery (domestic violence)
by strangulation.

Okaloosa Sheriff's
Office reports :
8/18: CHRIISTOPHER -
DREW OGLESB\, 23, oi 42o Bas-
ten Road. Crestview, was charge
with resisting arrest without vio-
.lence, reckless driving, fleeing/
attempting to elude a police of-
ficer, and driving while license
revoked.
8/19: JONATHAN HILLIARD
DAVIS, 25, of 158 Cross Drive,
Crestview, was charged with
armed burglary to an unoccupied
dwelling, grand theft and posses-
sion of a firearm by a convicted
felon. BRONC E. DILLING-
HAM, 21, 3325 Auburn Road,
Crestview, was charged with ag-
gravated battery.
8/20: NATHANIEL DAVID
PIERCE, 18, of 152 Swaying Pine
Court, Crestview, was charged
with possession of marijuana with
intent to distribute, destruction/
tampering with evidence, and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
8/24: ERIC MICHAEL HEN-
RICH, 27, of 334 Addison Place,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of a firearm by a convicted
felon.

Crime Stoppers
Crime Stoppers offers cash
rewards of up to $1,000 to anony-
mous callers who assist in their
search for wanted individuals.
Anybody with information on
their whereabouts may contact
Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers at
863-TIPS (863-8477) or toll-free at
1-888-654-TIPS. Photographs of
these and other wanted men and
women are available at www.ern-
eraldcoastcrimestoppers.com. ,
ARCHIE LES HAUCK is
wanted for sexual battery and ag-
gravated assault. Hauck is a white
male with brown hair and blue
eyes. Hauck, 32, is five feet teh
inches tall and 160 pounds. His
last known address was on Wood-
row Street in Fort Walton Beach.
LYNN ANN BARNES is
wanted for aggravated battery
and aggravated assault. Barnes,
38, is a white female with brown
hair and brown eyes. She is five
feet six inches tall and 110 pounds.
Her last known address was on
Woodrow Street in Fort Walton
Beach.


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Phillips and Carey to wed


John and Karen Phillips
of Crestview are proud to
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Sarah
Marie Phillips, to Brent Jo-
seph Carey, son of William
and June Carey of Queens-
bury, N.Y.
Sarah is a 2003 gradu-
ate of Horseheads High
School, Horseheads, N.Y.,
and a 2006 graduate of
Clarkson University,
Potsdam, N.Y., where she
received a B.S. in phys-
ics. She is a mathematics
teacher in the Fort Bend
Independent School Dis-
trict in Houston.
Brent is a 2002 graduate
of Glens Falls High School,
Glens Falls, N.Y., and a


Brent Carey and Sarah Phillips
2006 graduate of Clark-
son University, where he
majored in physics and re-
ceived a B.S. He currently
is a graduate student at
Rice University in Hous-
ton, seeking a Ph.D. in ma-
terials science.
The couple is planning
a Sept. 27, 2009 wedding.


Special to the News Bulletin
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5450 Ladies Auxiliary contrib-
uted $50 to the free lunch program at First Presbyterian Church
this month. Jan Simpson (left), auxiliary member, and Lynn
Mobley (center), auxiliary president, present Jo-An Williams of
First Presbyterian With the check. Lunch is served to homeless
people every Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.


YFW Ladies donate to


lunch program at First


Presbyterian Church


LOCAL


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Girl Scouts ramp up for adventure


THE GIRL SCOUT
LAW
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Honest and fair,
Friendly and helpful,
C.c:.n.iert: r eadn .:. carinr,
Courageous and strong,
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To hrelp, people at all inies
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Special to the News Bulletin

Girl Scouts through-
out Northwest Florida are
kicking off another year
of adventure packed with
programs and activities for
girls of all ages.
Since 1912, Girl Scouts
has been the vehicle for
girls to develop the skills
and confidence necessary
for success. Character de-
velopment, community
service, leadership and
outdoor adventure re-
main at the heart of the
Girl Scout movement.
These principals are rep-
resented in the Girl Scout
Promise and the Girl
Scout Law.
All girls between the
ages of 4 -17 are invited
to join the world's pre-
eminent organization for
girls. Specially designed
age-level programs are
provided to girls in north
Okaloosa County. Annual


Special to the News Bulletin
Members of Crestview Girl Scout Troop 323 attend last
year's "Out of Africa" event at Sasquatch Zoo.


membership in Girl Scouts
is just $10.
Crestview parents in-
terested in enrolling their
daughter in Girl Scouts
are encouraged to attend
the following meetings:
For girls attending
Southside or Walker El-
ementary School, parents
will meet Sept. 8, at 5:30
p.m. at the American Le-


gion on East James Lee
Boulevard.
For girls attend-
ing Antioch Elementary
School, parents will meet
Sept. 11 .at 6 p.m. in the
school cafeteria.
For more information
and volunteer opportuni-
ties available in your area,
call 1-800-624-3951, exten-
sion 112.


United Way is looking for



local Day of Caring volunteers


The United Way of Okaloosa
and Walton Counties is counting
on community volunteers to make
the annual Day of Caring a suc-
cess.
Day of Caring is a day when
participants administer meaning-
ful service to community individ-
uals on a volunteer basis.
Kickoffs are scheduled across
Okaloosa and Walton counties.
The Crestview kickoff will be
held at 7:45 a.m. on Sept. 19 at the


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North Okaloosa Medical Center
cafeteria.
Breakfast will be served, and
then activities will begin. Lunch
will be served at 11:30 a.m. at


the Woman's Club building, 150
Woodlawn Dr., in Crestview.
Volunteers will be assigned to
a local organization where they
tackle important tasks. No matter
what your interests and skills are,
there is an opportunity for you to
get involved. Projects may include
painting a room, cleaning out a
flowerbed, or sorting canned food.
To sign up, call 243-0315 or send
an e-mail to rondad@united-way.
org.


Special to the News Bulletin

Every Friday after-
hoon from 11 a.m. to
2 p.m., the First Presbyte-
rian Church on State Road
85 in Crestview serves
free lunch to homeless
people in our commu-
nity.
The church, part of the
HOPE network in Crest-
view, recently received a
boost to its program from
bthe Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 5450 Ladies
Auxiliary. Jan Simpson
and Lynn Mobley made
,4 visit to the church and
donated $50 that had
,been raised by auxiliary
inembers to the lunch
program.
., Cynthia Hall of First
,Presbyterian thanked the
ladies, and added, "While
we are just beginning to
become better known,
from all the information
we have gotten from
the churches who have
been doing this for a
while in Fort Walton
Beach, we expect it to
grow as the word gets
out more in the homeless
population."
Church- members plan
to open the church as a
cold night shelter this
winter, and are forming
seven different teams of
volunteers to help with
the effort. The teams
would be responsible for
opening the church for
one night of the week on
evenings when the tem-
perature drops below
40 degrees.
The HOPE Network
meets every fourth Mon-


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church fellowship hall.
For more details on the
services it offers the
homeless in Crestview
and surrounding areas,
visit the www.okaloosa-
waltonhomeless.org Web
site.


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Here is a sampling of what people had to say
about recent north Olkaloosa Count-y news top-
ics. Coinments were collected from the wwu'.
crest-iewlbulletin.com Web site

Topic: Crestview City Council member
Linda Parker inducted in Okaloosa Coun-
ty Women's Hall of Fame.
Congratulations to you on your appoint-
ment to the Hall of Fame! Thank you for
your dedication to the city of Crestiew
and all of Okaloosa County, both civilian
and military!

Outstanding! Well-earned acknowledge-
ment long overdue. Linda, you inspire us
daily with your dedication and personal
commitment to our community.

Topic: "No Child Without Health Care"
Fair planned for Sept. 13.
Great event for the children and parents.
'Health care is probably the least affordable
thing on the menu with the economy being
the way it is. Thanks Councdwoman (Ld-
he) Conyers and others that will bring the
event to our community.

Topic: CNN runs story on moth with
markings similar to image of Jesus, and a
similar moth turns up in Crestview.
My cat dragged in a mangled squirrel
that from a certain angle looks like Mar
Magdelene on a bad hair day Can I get it
in the newspaper too?

I see a moth. Anyone seeing any kind of
image, Jesus or otherwise, needs to lay off the
pipe and get to rehab. Oh yeah, Bigfoot was
seen at Wal-Mart and the Loch Ness Monster
has been spotted in Twin Hills Park.

Topic: Parking fee for Crestview High
School football home games.
In case you have not heard you will
be paying an additional $2 to go to our
home games this year because we have to
pay to park in our taxpayer-owned park-
ing lots at Crestview High School. Slick
way of making up for our school tax cuts.
folks.

Topic: Debate over North Okaloosa
Fire District funding proposal continues.
Firefighters, teachers and police. They
all feel they're underpaid and want more
of our money. You knew what the job paid
when you went into the field. If the mone-
isn't enough to support your lifestyle then
find a new line of work! I'm tired of not be-
ing able to provide for my family so I can
support yours.
*
We live in a society that venerates foot-
ball players and empty-headed movie star-
lets and gives them millions, but then be-
grudges the people who put their lives on
the line for us and our children the money
they need.

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your
thoughts on any north Okaloosa County netws
topics to kylew@crestviewbulletin.con, or post
a comment on the stories and logs at crest-
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Profundity
Brian Hughes


PASSING What we learned

SSHOTS from Election Day
Kyle Wright froE-


Things we learned from
the Aug. 26 primary elec-
tion:
We learned north
Okaloosa County vot-
ers seemed happy with
their incumbents in an
election season suppos-
edly dominated by calls
for change for change.
Incumbents like District
1 State Rep. Greg Evers,
Okaloosa County Sheriff
Charlie Morris and Dis-
trict 5 County Commis-
sioner James Campbell
handily won re-election.
(Evers does face write-in
candidate Samma Brannon
in the general election).
None of the incumbent
elected officials with tie-ins
to north Okaloosa County
were ousted.
We learned District
5 State Representative
candidate Brad Drake
must have learned some
electioneering tips from


his boss, outgoing District
5 State Rep. Don Brown.
Drake, who serves as
Brown's legislative aide,
rolled to an impressive
victory against Crestview
resident Sherry Campbell
in the Republican primary,
including an impressive
margin on Campbell's
home turf in Okaloosa
County.
Drake's contest against
Democratic nominee John
P. McDaniel, the current
Jackson County sheriff,
could be the most enter-
taining local race of the
general election.
We learned an over-
whelming majority of
voters were impressed by
Paul Lux' experience in the
Supervisor of Elections of-
fice and weren't concerned,
about any perceived "con-
flicts of interest." Lux, who
happens to be county's
assistant Supervisor of


Elections, was chosen to
succeed retiring supervisor
Pat Hollarn.
The "conflict of interest"
talk was ridiculous. Hol-
larn herself did not resign
every time she sought re-
election. Lux spent election
night helping in the elec-
tions office, but stayed as
far away from the canvass-
ing room as physically pos-
sible. I had a better chance
of influencing the results
than Lux did.
We learned the North
Okaloosa Fire District
picked a bad year to ask
for a fire tax increase.
I voted in favor of the
NOFD's proposal. My
logic: If the NOFD's pitch
(your taxes will go up, but
service will improve and
insurance rates will be
lower) proved to be untrue,
then the NOFD could be
held accountable in future
elections. If the opinion


of the NOFD proposal's -
opponents (new tax was
way too high and possible,
insurance increases were
a scare tactic) turned out
to be wrong, then it would1
be too late to do anything "
about it.
The NOFD plans to try
again in the general elec-
tion.
Unfortunately, we
learned an overwhelm-
ing majority of registered
county voters apparently
didn't care about the Aug.
26 races. The county Su-'"
pervisor of Elections Of-,. -
fice hoped for 25 percent
turnout. Instead, less than -
20 percent of the county's,'
registered voters took part-
in the election. 'e
To paraphrase Hollarn's
comments earlier this elec-
tion season, it's amazing'"
how the more accessible "-
voting becomes, the less--:
people exercise that right-


Several important is-
sues were discussed at
the Aug. 26 workshop
between city of Crestview
staff and Florida A&M
University representatives
about use of the Alatex
building for a pharmacy
school. Progress was made
on some, though not all, of
those issues. A major point
of discussion was the
method of conveyance.
FAMU came to the
table seeking fee simple
ownership of the building
and offering to include a
reverter clause in the deed
that, if triggered, would
return the building (and
any added fixtures and
improvements made by
FAMU) to the city. The
triggering factor would be
failure to continuously use
the building for education.
City staff offered a
long-term lease at nomi-
nal value with unlimited
renewals. Renewal would
be conditioned on contin-
ued use of the building for
education.
The consideration the
city will receive from
either alternative is the
significant economic boost
and prestige created by
a doctorate-level edu-
cational opportunity in
Crestview.
If you think that
these alternatives sound


strangely the same, you're
right. They are. The City
Attorney wisely made this
observation during the
workshop. Unfortunately,
the only real selling point
of a long-term lease with
unlimited renewals is it
creates the appearance the
city retains control over
the building. For political
reasons this appearance
may be important, but as
a matter of sound legal
reasoning it is irrelevant.
A fee simple transfer with
a reverter clause is prefer-
able because it places the
same limitations on use of
the building but with less
hassle and less liability for
the city.
If the city insists on a
lease, the building will
remain city property in
name only. The city will
still only be able to re-
exert control over the
building if the education
covenant is broken. Yet
the city will have to moni-
tor to ensure it is always
a secondary insured on a
FAMU insurance policy.
Even with insurance and a
seemingly ironclad indem-
nification clause in the
lease, there would be no
guarantee the city would
receive absolute immunity
from liability for an injury
or other loss occurring on
the property.


Perhaps of greater
concern with a long-term
lease is the increased
time and legal expense
involved in preparing
the arrangement. It ap-
pears a lease would trig-
ger additional review
by the Florida Board of
Governors, the entity cre-
ated to oversee the entire
public university system
in Florida. The additional
covenants and caveats re-
quired in a perpetual lease
could make this review a
lengthy process. Unneces-
sary delay could send the
project elsewhere.
After the workshop I
spoke with a friend in a
position to speak with
authority on the matter.
That friend indicated that
only days before the Aug.
26 workshop a meeting,
was held between FAMU
President Dr. James Am-
mons, Northwest Florida
State College (a.k.a. OWC)
President Dr. Bob Rich-
burg and State Rep. Ray
Sansom. Discussion in- '
cluded a potential partner-
ship between FAMU and
NWF State College locat-
ing the pharmacy school
not in the heart of Crest-
view, but 20 miles south
on the NWF State College
campus. It seems that Dr.
Richburg is more than
willing to help FAMU


dispose of the $2.5 millioR
dollars appropriated to itJ
by the legislature.
I earned my first college
degree from the then-Oka-
loosa-Walton Community)
College. The next two ....
years I devoted to earning
a civil engineering degree
were a breeze compared to
Calculus II at OWCC.
By whatever name it'. ,
goes, Dr. Richburg's Col-
lege is a fine school. If the,
FAMU Pharmacology pro,
gram is good enough for.,,
him and for Niceville, it,ij,
good enough for me and.,,
should be for Crestview
too. Crestview's leaders,,,,
should focus on a clean ,,,
and efficient transfer and-r,
not on nomenclature. Other
erwise we risk watching ,-,
this opportunity fly south
with no real alternative on
the horizon. i

Nathan D. Boyles, Attor-
ney at Law, practices at 204
N. Main St.; Crestview, 4i
32536. He can be reached.at
689-8505. His column will
appear on the first Wednesr
day of the month. This colt
umn is intended for general
educational and entertain-
ment purposes and is not
legal advice. Every situation
is unique. If you have a le-
gal issue you should contact
a lawyer who can provide
counsel. .4


"Puritanism is the haunting
fear that someone, somewhere,
may be happy."

H.L. MENCKEN
(1880- 1956)
American journalist, social critic and cynical
huriorist


Letter to the Editor


Laurel Hill
losing a gem
Mr. Timothy Bolduc,
City Manager of Laurel Hill,


Florida, is one of the nicest
men I have ever eneo urn-.o,
tered I have met with him
on several occasions involv-
ing city business. He is very


knowledgeable of all the city
functions. He has not only
answered my questions con-
cemirng land development,
but he has anticipated prob-


lems and offered solutions" '
to me. He is a very nice mafr.
Laurel Hill is losing a
gem.
Wynell F. Davis


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LOCAL


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


RIVER continued from Al


State Representative Wil-
liam Henry Mapoles of
Laurel Hill proposed the
plan to the Florida Legis-
lature. The town of Milli-
gan was established as the
temporary county seat by
section three of the legis-
lative act that created the
new county.
.Crestview was declared
the permanent county
seat during an election
held on April 3, 1917,
winning over the town
of Baker by only a few
votes. By that time, Mil-
ligan already had proven
to be an unfavorable site
because the temporary
courthouse already had
been flooded. The build-
ing that housed the court-
house was owned by the
Scotch Manufacturing


Co., which has purchased
the Milligan sawmill in
1909. Like most other
businesses in the town,
it was located along the
railroad tracks and near
the river.
A huge flood in 1928
sent the entire town to
higher ground. Resi-
dents moved both their
homes and businesses
north to what is now
Highway 90. The town
thrived, along the high-
way for many years,
where several stores and
the post office operated.
Milligan even boasted its
own school, built in the
early 1940s, for grades 1
through 8.
The town began to
decline after the con-
struction of Interstate


lh" d-


'~~'


Above, an oxen-drawn log cart at Chaffin Station, later known as Milligan. Logging was the area's leading industry. Loggers relied on
the Yellow River for transporting the logs. At right, a store located at Milligan on Highway 90 during heavy flooding of Yellow River.


10, which shifted traffic
flow off of Highway 90.
The school and post of-
fice were absorbed by the
town of Baker. In recent
years even the sawmill,
known as Fleming and
Sons Timber Co., ceased
operation.


Today, the landing on
the Yellow River at Milli-
gan is a popular destina-
tion for boaters and fish-
ermen. The river offers


a tranquil and peaceful
setting. And this time of
year there are plenty of
green and boiled peanuts
for sale at Milligan.


What are your memories
from Milligan's past? Post
your thoughts at
www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


WW II continued from Al


to learn about a powerful
new bomb that had oblit-
erated Hiroshima, Japan,
on Aug. 6
Weatherly was on secu-
rity watch the evening of
Aug. 5. Something highly
unusual caught his atten-
tion as the hours wore on.
"The general and Mrs.
MacArthur were. pacing
back and forth on the bal-
cony of their quarters un-
til the early hours of the
morning," said Weatherly.
"This v.:'- completely out
of character for them be-
cause they usually retired
fairly early, and I figured
something big was about
to happen, but I had no
idea what."
--About 6 a.m. Manila
time, Weatherly suddenly
was accosted by the gen-
eral's personal physician,
Col. Roger Egeberg, who
'dAme running out of the
MacArthur mansion.
When he saw Weatherly,
he shouted jubilantly,
"Sergeant get your bags
packed, the war is going
to" end because we just
dropped an atom bomb
on Japan."
Weatherly said he had
no, idea what an atomic
bomb was, but he knew
it apparently much larger
and more powerful than a
normal explosive.
"I'd never, seen Col.


Egeberg so excited and
happy," Weatherly add-
ed.
For Robert Merchant,
the end came in two stag-
es.
After surviving the
infamous Baatan Death
March, where half of the
30,000 American service-
men would die, Merchant
* eventually wound up in
Japan in a prison camp.
There, after nearly three
years, the brutality came
to a mysterious end.
The first puzzling con-
tradiction came on the
morning of Aug.' 6 at Hi-
rohita, a prisoner of war
camp not far from Tokyo,
where he was being held
along .with 500 fellow
prisoners.
"We fell out at 6 a.m.,
as usual, and lined up for
inspection," he remem-
bered. "But instead of put-
ting us in trucks to take us
to the steel mill where we
were slave laborers, the
guards told us we were
having indefinite yasame
or rest. We would not
be required to work any-
more, so we went back to
our barracks and studied
about that for the next sev-
eral hours and well into
the night. We were really
confused and perplexed
by the Japanese standing
us down because that had


never happened, not once
in two and a half years."
The next morning the
camp awoke to find its,
captors had' deserted
during the hight. Even
then, the prisoners had
no idea what really had
taken place until a U.S.
Navy aircraft flew low
over the camp site and
dropped leaflets telling
them the war was over
and they would be freed.
Later, a B-29 overflew the
campsite and dropped
emergency food rations.
By then the captives had
dismantled their former
prison
McMahon, and Weath-
erly, these men of the
"greatest generation" be-
came leaders in their own
right. Weatherly went on
to become a nationally
recognized psychologist.
McMahon became a high-
ly respected state forester
and well-known regional
poet. Merchant would re-
main in the military and
eventually retire at the top
of his chosen profession.
The memories may
fade for these three dis-
tinguished area residents
and former World War
II warriors, but they will
always remember Sept. 2,
1945, because for them, it
was the day the war end-
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"I went to school to
become a nurse because
F thought I was .compas-
sionate, intuitive and car-
ing, all those qualities I
thought a nurse should
have," she said.
-. "Somewhere in my in-
ner self I knew that was
what I should be."
-' Holland works in the
medical surgical depart-
ment on NOMC's second
floor.
"I work with a bunch
Of great nurses on the sec-
ond floor, and my boss
is great," she said. "It is
a people job. You don't
come to the hospital be-
cause you feel good."
Medical surgical isn't
an easy department. It's a
step or two below Inten-
sive Care in terms of the
severity of patients' ill-
ttes-se or wounds.
Z. f'It's busy, that's for cer-
tain," Holland said. "It's all
about time management


and people communicat-
ing. It's a team effort. We
all work together. It com-
plements each other and it
makes it a pleasant place
to stay and to work."
As for the honor of be-
ing awarded the Patient
Choice Award a second
time, Holland said, "I can't
take all the credit myself. I
work with great people."
Keeping a cheerful,
positive outlook is essen-
tial to caring for patients
and their families, Hol-
land said,
"I don't spend much
time complaining because
it takes too much energy. I
like my community to say,
'I'll come back there be-
cause the staff was so kind
to me,'" Holland smiled.
"You know how you're
raised. Your mom always
says be nice, and that was
inside of me," Holland
said. "It's a lot, easier to
smile than it is to frown."


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" Now the NOMC is challenging the Crestview Police
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;An NOMC team will play softball against a CPD
J.eam at 6 p.m. Saturday at Crestview High School. Pro-
Zeeds will benefit the American Heart Association Heart
Walk.
Admission is $5 for adults and $2.50 for middle
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:BAKER continued from B1
: "I never thought they
would beat us throwing the FRIDAY'S GANI
football. Bozeman is going Baker (4-6 last ye
to come out and be physi- Bozeman (5-4 last
cal. They've got big line- 7 p.m.
men, and they are going to Radio: WTJT
try and pound it at us."
Kellogg wasn't happy
with the way the Gator of- that was a big moi
fense played against Jay. breaker," KellogE
"There wasn't a lot of "We talked to our
positive on offense," he fore the game th
said. "We didn't throw it are things you hav
well, we didn't run it well. eliminate turnover
And that's where I thought your assignment
*we would be stronger, on don't have penaltiE
offense. "Of those thi
"We are young (onthe talked about I k
offensive line), and I think didn't accomplish
a lot of our inexperience them, and until
showed. I think our kids at the film I won
are going to have to grow about the assignm
u'p there." Kellogg wasn't
The most upsetting and gloom.
Thing for Kellogg may "I thought our
have been the untimely sive front and line
penalties the Gators had we were pretty
-against the Royals. stopping the run,"
< Late in the first half "I was pleased bec
"Preston Nixon recovered a don't match up \
Jay fumble at the Royal 35. size of people, pla
but an unsport-smanhke little guys that are
conduct penalty on the "I was really co
play moved the ball back going in that the)
to midfield, possibly cost- take it and righ
ing the Gators a score. it down our thrp
"We had a chance to was the positive
score right there because I thought our d



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Marcus Jones and Kellan Meeks lead the way for quarterback Cameron Domangue.


front was strong against a
good offensive line, a team
that is physical and runs
the football "
Kellogg believes the


Gators can bounce back
against the Bucks, but he
knows it won't be easy.
"They are going to try
and run the football," he


said. "And us, we just have
to make plays."

Watch News Bulletin
Sports Editor Randy Dick-


son and News Bulletin Editor
Kyle Wright make their picks
for Friday's games later this
week at crestviewbulletin.
com.


DEATH continued from B1


, come out ahead you feel
,fortunate," he said. "We
tackled better than we did
in the spring. Our defense
got around the ball and we
- tackled better.
"We are about 50 percent
,.hitting what we needed
to offensively. We had an
'opening drive that was real
" good that we can build on.
We had some guys running
"4ppen that we just missed in
pur passing game. We have
Jo get our timing down and
keep working on what we
'fad."
: The Bulldogs needed'
:just six plays to move the
ball 76 yards for a touch-
down on that first drive.
' D.D. -Johnson was
Ground express, rushing for
38 yards on four carries and
the touchdown in drive.
Quarterback Jason Park-


er was 2-for-2 for 32 yards
with passes of 16 yards to
Chris Pickett and Allen
Caldwell.
Senior linebacker Gabe
Goodson believes the win
over the Dolphins will help
motivate Crestview for the
game with Paxon.
"We practice real hard
this week and we gave it
our all," he said. "This is
like a payoff it's like a
big check at the end of the
week.
"It's good to see how it
feels and makes you want
it more." ,
A relatively mistake free
game against the Dolphins
should bode well for the
Bulldogs.
Parker was 6-of-ll pass-
ing for 83 yards, narrowly
missing Pickett with a cou-
ple of long passes.


"Playing receiver for me
is a new position, but it was
good practicing on catch-
ing," Pickett said. "We've
got to work more to get that
post more because missed
it twice."
Johnson ran strong both
inside and outside, pick-
ing up 53 yards on 10 car-
ries and both touchdowns.
Pickett had a pair of catches
for 46 yards and Caldwell
hattled in three passes for
37 yards. '
. Even more impressive:
Crestview didn't turn the
ball over

Watch News Bulletin
Sports Editor Randy Dick-
son and Newsi Bulletin Edi-
tor Kyle Wright make their
picks for Friday's games later
this week at crestviewbulle-
iin.coii.,


their football players
condition themselves
to block out the pain as
they try to adhere to the
thought that there is a
difference being hurt
and being injured. That's
why some are able to
push themselves to
places others wouldn't
dare go.
Many ex-football
players wear the scars
from their playing days
as badges of honor from
the game they love, even
as the aches and pains
increase with middle
age.
I don't know what
pain, if any, Haugen felt
as he jogged off the field


that one final time.
What I do know is he
took a hit. Like so many
football players before
him, he popped up as
players are trained to
do.
Yes, Haugen was a
football player, a son, a
friend and a teammate.
This is a time when
words seem so empty.
We offer our prayers
of support and our sym-
pathy. Those of us that
are people of faith try
to make sense of it all
as part of God's plan
for Haugen's family,
friends, teammates and
members of the Fort
\Valton Beach team.


In reality it makes no
sense at all.
Perhaps the best way
each of us can make
sense of it all is by go-
ing out and living today
with a new realization
that none of us are
promised tomorrow.
Maybe we can best
celebrate the lives of
those who have left us
far too soon by living our
lives to the fullest as we.
dedicate ourselves to their
memories.

Local athletes and coach-
es: Did you know or compete
against Taylor Haugen? Post
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2008


BRIEFS continued from B1


forms can also be obtained at
the Foxwood Pro Shop.

Heart Walk
The American Heart
Association Loop the Lake
5K Rur W'Ilk and 1 -Mile Fun
Fun is set for Sept. 13 from
7 to 10 a.m. in DeFuniak
Springs.
The race begins at 8 a.m.
at the Amphitheater on Circle
Drive and ends near the
Amphitheater.
The Fun Run, for kids 10
and younger, will begin about
9 a.m.
Early registration is
$15 and ends Sept. 5.
Registration from Sept. 6 unril
7 a.m. on race day is $20.
For more information and a
legit ri t,,,n form go to www.


chelco.com and click on the
Loop the Lake logo in the up-
per left hand corner.

Hooters Golf
Hooters of Crestview will
hold its third annual Charity
Golf Tournament on Oct. 3 at
Heritage Plantation Golf and
Country Club.
Proceeds from the
tournament will go to the Mike
Josey Founrati.n.
Cost of the ,o.uijrrinrri.rit
is $200 per foursome. A
H.:oters girl will be assigned.
to ea.,:r reanm a; a cara,.
"Sporistrsrhip.s also are
a'.'aiable for $1ii0. '1400 3ri.:

Fo:r more inirfir raritr C all
the Cre.-rve HOOters at 2"9-'
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Preseason walk-through


Special to the News Bulletin
Crestview's football players got their first chance to
walk through the school's new bulldog head during
the Crestview Quarterback Club's Red & White Classic
this past Friday. The Dawgs will charge through this
oversized Dawg when they take the field at Jack Foster
Stadium.


Date
Aug. 31
Sept. 7
Sept. 14
Sept. 21
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 9


BAKER FOOTBALL

2007 STATISTICS


2007 RESULTS
Opponent Result
Bozeman.................................... L, 37-15
at Franklin County.................... W, 45-18
at Arnold.................................... W, 34-20
South Walton............................. W, 20-7
at Northview ..................................... L, 34-6
W alton ............................................ L, 37-12
at Holmes County .......................... W, 31-13
Vernon......................................... L, 41-27
Bozeman................................ L, 55-32
SJay.................................................. L, 34-27


RUSHING
Player Att. Yds. TD
CameronDomangue..267 1,698 18
"*l..,.u: J,' : 264 3
,ii,, r r..,u.- li 4 210 4
Kellan Meeks............33 164 1
Kevin Edge...............13 91 1
Josh Beck...................9 49 1%
Tyler Moberiy.............1 '26 0
Anthony Thompson....2 24 0
David Beck.................1 10 0
W ill W ilson ............:...1 9 1
Others ...............;.....1 -6 0
TOTALS..................420 2,539 29

PASSING
Player Ci


2007 STATISTICS
OFFENSE


RECEIVING
Player Red.:
.ih: i .n e 1m
Josh Rose ................... 5
Anthony Thompson.......2
Tyler Holley................... 4
Others ...................... 1
TOTALS............... 46


omp-Att


Cameron Domangue .............................. 5-113
O others ........................ ................................ .1-1
-nTl1. 16 14


TACKLES
Player So
Josh Beck..................
Kellan Meeks............
Josh Rose .................
Marcus Jones............
Russell Scott.............
Anthony Thompson...
Dakota Hooper ..........
Dustin Harlan............
Carson Taylor............
Samuel Langley.........
David Beck................
Joshua O'Bry.............
Tyler Holley...............
SACKS
3 Carson Taylor. 2 -
McMahon.


KICKING
Player
1:1j I'd .l
PUNTS
Player
IC iTal.i..f,:I ,


Yds
.806
38
809


DEFENSE


ilos
.40
.49
.41
.31
.35
.24
.22
.21
.22
.28
.18
.15
.16


Assists Total*


Player Solos Assists Total*
Cameron Domangue...16 1 17
Robert McMahon........12 5 17
S I-,, I ,lI ,: 1 5 14
Tyler Moberly................9 4 13
Camaran Cook..............6 4 10
Sam Salter.....................4 6 10
Billy Whatmough...........6 1 7
W ill W ilson ................... 3 1 4
Tyler Jones.................... 1 2 3
Michael Scoles.............. 1 0 1
Mason Doggette............1 0 1
Blake Bollinger..............1 0 1


Dustin Harlan. 1 -Josh Beck, Marcus Jones, Kellan Meeks, Robert


SPECIAL TEAMS
XP FG Pts
l' 1 18

No. Avg.
4 31.7


Date
Aug.31
Sept. 7
Sept. 14
Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Oct. 19
Oct. 26
Nov. 2
Nov. 5


I- CRESTVIEW

FOOTBALL

2007 STATISTICS


2007 RESULTS
Opponent Result
Lake City Christian Academy ...........W, 42-0
at Niceville....................................... L, 31-8
W est Gadsden................................. W, 27-7
Choctawhatchee ............. .... ... W, 34-28
M osley ................. ........... L, 38-31
at Fort Walton Beach......................... L, 17-0
at Milton......................................... L, 25-10
at Navarre ..................................... L, 42-23
Pace ..................L, 49-14


RUSHING
Player Aft.
D.D. Johnson...........91
Jason Parker............43
Jordan Glover...........47
Tyler Rollo................24
Chris Briley ..............13
Johnathon Peacock ..18
Brett Moore................8
Jamar Boyers............. 6
Chris Pickett...............3
Amond Robinson.......1
Austin Berry ...............2
TOTALS..................256


2007 STATISTICS
OFFENSE
RECEIVING
TD Player Rec.
4 Johnathon Peacock.....43
2 Jordan Glover.............. 29
6 David Pyle...................12
1 Artis Coleman............... 5
0 D.D. Johnson................2
1 Jamar Boyers................ 2
2 Others ....... ................ 1
3 TOTALS..................... 94
0
0
0
19


PASSING
Player Comp-Att
Jason Parker.........................................90-175
Johnathon Peacock................................. 4-10
TOTALS............................................... 94-185


Yds TD INT


DEFENSE


TACKLES
Player Solos Assists Total*
Brett Moore................ 29 60 90
Chris Pickett............... 20 46 68
Gabe Goodson .......... 21 39 60
Bobby English............18 29 51
Cory Wenrich.............13 30 49
Terry Cobb ................. 30 11 41
Amond Robinson.......16 15 31
Darnell Marion............. 6 22 31
Darius Robbins............ 5 23 29
M itch Kertis.................. 5 20 27
Joe Smith................. 8 17 25
Theo Gonzalez.............. 4 16 22


Player Solos Assists Total*
Johnathon Peacock.....11 10 21
Kyle Hutto.................. 2 17 19
Billy Grace...... ........ 2 12 15
Jason Parker................. 3 12 15
Laden Downing.............5 4 9
James Matthews............ 1 6 7
Chase Boals.................. 0 5 6
Cody Swenbeck.............1 2 3
George Frye .................. 0 3 3
Trevor Sauls..................2 0 2
Chris Briley................... 1 0 1
* Total also includes sacks


SACKS
6- Cory Wenrich. 4- Bobby English. 3 -Darnell Marion. 2- Theo Gonzalez, Chris Pickett,
Mitch Kertis. 1 Billy Grace, Brett Moore, Darius Robbins, Chase Boals.
INTERCEPTIONS
1 Chris Pickett, Chris Bailey, Johnathon Peacock.
FUMBLES FORCED
-' i ii M,:., 1-Chris Pickett.
FUMBLES RECOVERED
2 C nr.: i,, rh :n 1 I T er e[ i j .i.- .iTnI T .r


Player
David Pyil


SPECIAL TEAMS
XP FG Pts.
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Day 3 of the NHRA Mac-
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O'Reilly Raceway ended
with Team Hammonds
riot making it to elimina-
tion competition on La-
bor Day after running in
two qualifying sessions.
Team Hammonds reg-
istered an elapsed time
of 6.705 seconds during
the first qualifying ses-
sion. The first session
was thought to be the
weekend's best session
for qualifying because of
weather conditions, and
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seconds during the first qualifying session. The first session
was thought to be the weekend's best session for qualifying
because of weather conditions, and Hammonds fell short
of bumping into the field by 16 thousandths of a second.


ond (6.689 seconds).
The Chevy Cobalt did
not have enough clutch
to set the chassis, causing
the clutch to slip before
reaching the 60-foot mark
of the track and affecting
the whole pass.
"The track was better
than what we thought
for the first session, and
we did not have as much
clutch in it as we needed.
That's what really cost us
during the first run," ex-
plains Crestview native
Tom Hammonds, driver/
owner No. 20 Chevy Co-
balt. "I still believed we
had a shot at getting into
the show."
Hammonds knew the
team needed to make a
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track conditions for the
second qualifying ses-
sion in order to compete
on Labor Day. To com-
pensate, the crew made
adjustments to the clutch
and transmission gear
ratios for the run. Ham-
monds ran a 6.723 sec-
onds for the final run.
Hammonds main-
tained 21st place in the
qualifying field through-
out the weekend. (The
top 16 qualify). He cred-
its his crew with doing an
excellent job improving
the Chevy Cobalt's per-
formance for each round.
"Obviously, we are
disappointed that we did
not get a chance to qual-


ify for the MacToolsU.S.
Nationals finals. we eanrt
be too disappointed with
the way we performed.
As a crew we did an ex-
cellent job. This is the
first time in a long time I
did not have to make all
the calls myself. Our car
made some tremendous
strides, and we ran better
overall," he said.
"There are still some
things we need to change
on our Chevy Cobalt &
make it run even faster,
which I know we will do
before we go to Charlotte.
I am looking forward to
it. A chance to get out
there and qualify for the
inaugural NHRA Car6-
linas Nationals event is
outstanding."
Richie Stevens, driv-
er of the No. 9 GXP,
rannning a THE engine
for competition. He qual-
ified in 10th place for the
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Okaloosa County Extension agents honored


Special to the News Bulletin

Okaloosa County Ex-
tension Agents were rec-
ognized with the follow-
ing awards at the 2008
Extension Professional
Associations of Florida
Conference:
Gerald Edmond-
son received the Distin-
guished Service Award
from the National Associ-
ation of County Agricul-
tural Agents. Less than
three percent of agents
nationwide receive this
award. Edmondson com-
pleted a three-year term
as treasurer of the Flori-
da Association of County
Agricultural Agents.
Larry Williams com-.
pleted the first year as
National Chair of the NA-
CAA Communications
Award Program. Wil-
liams was responsible for
overseeing the judging
and ranking of 703 na-
tionwide entries as well
as organizing the award
program at the National
Meeting in Greensboro,
N.C., in July.
Jennifer Heady re-
ceived three awards for
work done on the 4-H 101
OWL (Orientation Web
SLessons) online training
course. A team of Jenni-


fer and two other agents
developed this course
using new technology
and the University's e-
learning system. They
received the Florida As-
sociation of Extension
4-H Agents Media Pre-
sentation Award, the 4-H
Innovator Award and the
Educational Technology
Award. The award ap-
plications were sent on
to the Southern Regional
level, where they won in
the 4-H Innovator and
Educational Technology
categories.
Elaine Courtney re-
ceived the 25 Year Award
from Epsilon Sigma Phi,
the National Extension
Fraternity. She was part
of a team that submitted
two abstract presenta-
tions: Florida Saves pro-
motes Asset Building and
Young Investor Website,
UFYoungInvestor.org
Extension Sea Grant
Agent Brooke Saari was
co-presenter of an ab-
stract dealing with "Tur-
tle Friendly Beach Light-
ing in Northwest Flor-
ida." This abstract was
selected by the Florida
Association of Natural
Resource Extension Pro-
fessionals from statewide
nominations and printed


Photos Special to the News Bulletin
At left, Okaloosa County Extension Office Director Gerald
Edmonston and Extension Agent Elaine Courtney at the EPAF'
Conference. Above, Jennifer Heady receives five-year award
from County Administrator Jim Curry.


in conference proceed-
ings.
Sheila Dunning was
elected President of the
Florida Association of
Natural Resource Ex-


tension Professionals.
Duties of the position
include serving as the
Executive officer of the
Association; presiding
at all Board of Directors,


Executive Committee
and General Member-
ship meetings; and ap-
pointing all standing and
all select committees. As
the President of FANREP,


Dunning will also repre-
sent members at other
multi-state Natural Re-
source and IFAS confer-
ences over the next two
years.


New home for D&W Cafe


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
D&W's Caf6 opened at its new location last week on U.S. Highway 90 (the former Coach 'N' Four). D&W Caf6
previously was located at 584 N. Ferdon Boulevard.


B u sNp B I F


ECPRO recognizes
Senior Practitioners
Emerald Coast Public Rela-
tions Organization (ECPRO), a
.member of the regional Southern
Public Relations Federation (SPRF),
recognized ECPRO President Ken
Hiair, along with Kathy Newby
and Randy Bobbitt, APR, as Senior
Practitioners.
The senior practitioner desig-
nation was established to honor
members of SPRF who are recog-
hized by their peers as veteran pub-
'lic relations professionals with high
ethical standing and more than 15
years of experience.

: Buy-in waiver for
: disaster programs
USDA's Farm Service Agency
'FSA) will allow farmers and ranch-
-ers who otherwise would be ineli-
gible for the new disaster assistance
,programs to become eligible by pay-
,ing a "buy-in" fee as required by the
:Food, Conservation and Energy Act
of 2008.
The2008actrequiresfarmersand
ranchers who wish to participate in
'the new disaster programs to have
ljlisaster assistance (NAP) coverage
*on all farms in all counties in which
.they have an interest. Since the 2008
,act was enacted after application pe-
riods had dosed for those programs,
'farmers and ranchers who did not
.iave coverage could not comply
'with this requirement. However, the
2008 act authorizes a waiver that al-
lows producers to pay a fee, called
-a "buy-in" fee, to be eligible for this
niew disaster assistance.
SEvery producer whose crops,
-including grazing lands, are not
fully covered by crop insurance may
take advantage of this one-time op-
Sportunity. The buy-in fee is due no
water than Sept. 16. Those who miss
his opportunity will not be eligible
Sfor disaster assistance. Farmers and
J_ ranchers are also reminded that the
,payment of the buy-in fee does not
-afford the producer crop insurance


coverage of NAP coverage; it only
affords eligibility for the 2008 disas-
ter programs.
The buy-in fee for 2008 eligibil-
ity is $100 per crop, but not more
than $300 per producer per admin-
istrative county, or $900 total per
producer for all counties less any
previously paid fees for CAT and/
or NAP Producers can contact the
Crestview FSA office at (850) 682-
2416, ext. 2, for more information.

"Balcony People"
Susie Chestnut of Emerald
Coast Hospice will present the
subject of "Balcony People" and
how you can be one today at 2
p.m. in the main dining room at
Parthenon Healthcare, 1849 East
First Avenue in Crestview.
This in-service is open to the
public. Nurses will receive 1.2
contact hours from their respec-
tive state board and social work-
ers will receive 1.0 contact hours.

Gulf Power assists
with support
The Gulf Power Founda-
tion has donated $20,000 to the
Northwest Florida chapter of the
American Red Cross.
"Red Cross continues its
work, 24 hours a day, every day
of the year, responding to lo-
cal disasters," said Lynn Erick-
son, Gulf Power spokeswoman.
"There always will be people in
need, and the Red Cross always
has been there to help."
Unfortunately, Red Cross is
in need of financial support after
providing emergency assistance
in 2008 to more than 1,300 people
during 353 local disasters includ-
ing house fires, tornadoes and
flooding. They also have provid-
ed emergency communications
for 2,185 military members and
their families this year.
Those who want to give to the
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COMMUNITY EVENTS

From staff reports Standard;st Aid w/
-CPR-and AED (adult,
TO DAY infant, child) Sept. 20
TODAY "Standard First Aid w/
CPR adult Sept. 5. 6.13.


MEETING
RESCHEDULED: Due
to Hurricane Gustav,
the Technical Review
Committee meeting was
rescheduled from Tuesday
to today. The meeting will
still be held in the Council
Chambers at City Hall and
will be at 9 a.m. If you
have any questions please
contact the Administrative
Services Dept. at 689-16181

NORTH OKALOOSA

RELAY MEETING:
An early bird meeting
for the 2009 Crestview
Relay for Life will take
place Thursday at Walker
Elementary at 6 p.m. to
meet with all of last year's
teams. The Relay will be
held May 15 and 16.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Center Drives will be held
as follows:
Thursday, City Hall of
Crestview, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday, American
Legion Post #75 in
Crestview, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
VFW POST 5450
YARD SALE: The Ladies
Auxiliary of the Veterans
!of Foreign Wars will host
a yard sale Saturday, Sept.
6 from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Vendors can set up tables
for a $5 donation to sell
items. All proceeds will go
to the Wounded Warrior
Project. Details: Call Kelly
at 537-9325 after 5 p.m., or
Lynn at 537-3375 any time.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
Babysitter Training Sept.
6,27


27
CPR adult, infant, child
- Sept. 23 and 25
CPR adult 11, 15,18,
30
CPR child and infant -
Sept. 12
CPR/AED adult -
Sept. 29
Bloodborne Pathogens
- Sept. 20
CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer -
Sept. 20
Pet First Aid Sept. 26
American Red Cross
training can be scheduled
by calling 1-800-773-7620,
or mailing myerscr@usa.
redcross.org.
CRESTVIEW HIGH
REUNION: Crestview
High School Class of 1968
will celebrate its 40th
reunion on Sept. 19 at CHS's
Homecoming and Sept. 20
at Gum Creek Lodge. Please
RSVP Brenda at 682-9673 or
683-3994 by Sept. 9.
SPAGHETTI FUND-
RAISER: The Crestview
Knights of Columbus
Council 7968 will hold its
annual spaghetti dinner
on Sept. 13, at the Council
Hall, 701 E. James Lee
Boulevard. The hours are
from 4:30 to 8 p.m. The
public is invited to this
gala event.
Dinner includes
spaghetti and meatballs
and all the trimmings,
dessert and a beverage..
Prices are $10 for adults
and teens and $5 for
preteens. There is no
charge for preschoolers.
RELAY FUND-RAISER:
The L-3 Crestview


Aerospace High Flyers will
present Singing for a Cure
Day II on Sept. 13 from 10
a.m. to 8 p.m. at Chappy's
BBQ, 5315 Shoffner Blvd.
in Crestview. Admittance
is $5 per person, with
children 10 and younger
eating free. All proceeds
go to the American Cancer
Society.
The schedule includes
several area singers (in
order of appearance
starting at 10 a.m.:
Jim Hubbard, Robot
Mania Blues Band,
Usual Suspects, Dixie
Duo, Ashley Richards
and Paradise Burning.
Children's horse rides will
be available for $5.
Chappy's BBQ and
drinks may be purchased
at this event. Bring your
lawn chairs.
COLORING
CONTEST: The Ladies
Auxiliary of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 5450 is
hosting a coloring contests
for pre-k and kindergarten
students. First prize is $25,
and second prize is $15.
Poppy wreath coloring
entries can be picked
up at the Crestview
News Bulletin office on
U.S. Highway 90 from 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Entries
should be turned in by
Sept. 26. Winners will be
announced by Sept. 30. All
entries will be sent to the
military troops overseas
for Veteran's Day. Details:
Lynn, at 537-3375 any time,
or Kelly, 537-9321, after 5
p.m.
LIBRARY SALE
DONATIONS: The
Friends of the Crestview
Library are asking for
donations of used books,
VHS movies and DVDs
for the fall book sale in
October. Items will be
accepted at the library,
on Commerce Drive in
Crestview, behind the post
office.
All types of hardbound


and paperback books are
needed, but no magazines.
To arrange pickup of
books and movies in north
Okaloosa County, call Flo
Lembeck at 689-1535 or
Dot Moxcey at 682-5759.
FALL FESTIVAL
PARTICIPANTS are
wanted for the Main Street
Crestview Association's
Oct. 25 event. Forms may
be picked up at the Main
Street Program Director's
office in the west wing of
City Hall at 198 N. Wilson
Street in Crestview. Forms
should be completed and
returned no later than 5
p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15.
QUARTER BINGO:
The Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every
Tuesday. The games run
from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The
K of C hall is located at
701 James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview. Come join the
fun.
GOLF TOURNAMENT:
The Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
is hosting an Oct. 11 golf
tournament at Heritage
Plantation. Sponsorships
are available for the event.
Four-person teams are
being formed, with one
10-handicap player only
per team. The deadline to
register as a team is Wed.,
Oct. 8, with 27 teams total.
For details, call or visit the
chamber office at 682-3212,
502 S. Main St.


MISCELLANEOUS

BOATING SEMINAR:
An evening boating
seminar on sail trim and
rig tuning will take place
Sept. 8 at the University
of West Florida Coombs
Campus on Lovejoy Road
in Fort Walton Beach. It's
geared toward sail boaters.
Register online through
the UWF Continuing
Education Maritime
Education Web site at


www.uwf.edu. The cost for
each seminar is $40.
Details: (850) 315-0686 or
(850) 474-2914 or visit the
www.fwsps.com.
WRITERS
WORKSHOP: Have you
always dreamed about
being a published writer?
Would you like to help local
families in need? Now you
can do both by taking part
in the St. Vincent de Paul
Society's writers workshop
on Saturday, Sept. 13, at
Holy Name of Jesus Catholic
Church in Niceville.
Several local editors and
writers will be on hand
to help you navigate the
sometimes tricky waters of
the publishing world. The
seminar runs from 9 a.m. to
1 p.m., and includes lunch
and snacks.
Registration fee is $30
in advance, and $35 at the
door. Space is limited, so
please call 678-7861 or 678-
4466 to reserve a spot. The
event is open to writers of
all genres, both fiction and
non-fiction.
Proceeds will benefit the
St. Vincent de Paul Society,
a non-profit organization
that provides food and
emergency financial
assistance to families in
need regardless of their
religious affiliation.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit
http:/ /choctaw.floridatrail.
org for details on their
upcoming events.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591.
SACRED HEART
REUNION: Calling all
preemies! Were you or
loved one cared for in the
Neonatal Intensive Care
Unit (NICU) at Sacred
Heart Children's Hospital?
Children's Hospital is
looking for all patients
who "graduated" from the
NICU since its opening
in 1972 for an upcoming
reunion and celebration at


Sacred Heart Hospital. *
The 2008 NICU
Reunion will be held on
Saturday, Sept. 20 from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the
Greenhut Auditorium at
Sacred Heart Hospital in'
Pensacola.
If you or a loved one -
is a Sacred Heart NICU .
graduate, please call Cat
Outzen at (850) 969-1372.
HOBO FESTIVAL
UPDATE: Hobo Festival
Motorcycle Poker Run
($1,000 to win) will take---,.
place on Oct. 11 at Gene
Clary Park in Laurel Hill.'
Hobo Festival Car
Show & Shine to be held
during the Hobo Festhval
on Oct. 11, at Gene Clary
Park in Laurel Hill.
They still need vendors'
for the Hobo Festival, food,
arts, crafts, etc.
For applications or
questions please call (850)
826-0606.

OKALOOSA/SANTA
ROSA/WALTON

UWF OPEN HOUSE:'
The University of West
Florida's Leisure Learning
Society will hold its annual
open house Sept. 12 from 2
to 3:30 p.m. at the Bayview
Senior Center in Pensacola.
The event will feature
entertainment by Rich
Edwards, refreshments
and also door prizes.
Attendees will also have
the opportunity to meet fall
semester faculty and learn
more about the classes. '
No registration is
necessary for the open
house.
The society and the
City of Pensacola are also.,
working together in a new
partnership to offer more'
opportunities to senior
citizens.
For more information,
contact the Leisure
Learning Society at (850)
474-3491 or visit uwf.edu/
leisurelearning.


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8/13: Jeffrey and Petra Knight,
4761 Natchez Trace, Crestview.
Mechanical by Niceville Refrig-
eration & A/C.
Daniel Keith, 5402 Lee Farm
Blvd., Crestview. Plumbing by ho-
meowner.
Matthew Dees, 1800 Vinson
Ray Road, Baker. Electrical by 1
Source Contracting.
Thomas Watts, 2326 Crane
Lane, Crestview. Irrigation by
Snipes Landscaping.
*Timothy and Yong Brown,
3583 Buck Horn Dr., Crestview.
General building permit by CTG
Improvements.
8/14: WLP2 LLC and MAC2
LLC, Possum Ridge Road, Crest-
view. Single family by Bell Family
Homes.
Southwind Development,
Bethany Drive, Crestview. Single
family by homeowner.
Lane Holloway, Old Bethel
Road, Crestview. Single family by
Platinum Homes.
Thomas Kearley, 6174 N.
U.S. Highway 85, Crestview. Re-
model/build out by Doyle Owens
Construction.
8/15: Kevin Cox, 6149 Rochelle
Lane, Crestview. Electric and ac-
cessory structure by homeowner.
Zachary and Kelly Knight,
424 John King Road, Crestview.
General building by Terry Sowell
Roofing.
Jerry and CL Ainsworth,
5820 Laurelwood Drive, Crest-
view. Mechanical by Niceville Re-
frigeration and A/C.
Cassady Homes Corp., 2258
Lewis St., Crestview. Electrical by
Richardson Entreprises.
John and Sherri Willis, 6170
Evergreen. Parkway,, Crestview.
Plumbing by Skip's Plumbing &
Repair Service.
John Robinson, 5493 Monter-
rey Road, Crestview. Mechanical
and electrical by King Electric.
Steven Webster, 5108 Blue
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and mechanical by King Electric.
Verlon and Kenya Rackard,
120 Drewson Drive, Crestview.
Reroof by Whitrock Associates.
Elbert and Dolores Russell,
5876 Ward Ranch Road, Crest-
view. Electrical by Casey Electric.
Betty Joe Jenkins, 3025
Stilwell Blvd., Crestview. Mechan-
ical by Casey Electric.
Raymond Tedder, 1725 Pick-
ens Circle, Baker. Reroof by hom-
eowner.
Matthew Dees, 3154 Doris
St., Crestview. Single family by
TCB Builders.
Michael and Sara Rushing,
480 Martin Mill Road, Baker. Gas
by R & S Gas Services.
Barbara and John Morris, 2613
Live Oak Drive, Crestview. Elec-
tric by King Electric.
Watree Construction & Land
Development, 3159, 3157, 3155
and 3153 Haskell-Langley Road,
Crestview. Mechanical by Cli-
matix.
8/19:. Michelle and Michael
Speegle, 4611 Scarlet Drive E.,
Crestview. Remodel/build out by
Jeremy Stewart Construction.
Edward and Cynthia Esch-
bach, 88 Navajo Trace, Crestview.
Electrical by American Electric
Service.
Edward Jr. and Mildred
Stoker, 5661 Reinke Drive, Crest-
view. Electrical by American Elec-
tric Service.
John Rosario, 5341 Constitu-
tion Road, Crestview. Mechanical
by Gordon A/C & Associates.
Robert Jr. and Elizabeth Fra-
zier, 2723 Paddock Circle, Crest-
view. Mechanical by American
Residential Services.
Andre an.id Slhe'rie Baxter,
2832 Old Mill Way, Crestview.
Mechanical by Gordon A/C &
Associates'
S,-L.uthi.'Lnd Development,'
Bethany Drive, Crestview, Electri-
cal by Crestview Electrical Corp.
BCC, 1307 Georgia Ave.,
Baker. Electrical by Okaloosa
County.
8/20: WLP2 LLC and MAC2
LLC, 6336 Possum Ridge Road,
Crestview. Electrical by Richard-
son Enterprises.
*Matthew Dees, 1800 Vinson
Ray Road, Baker. Mechanical by
Ken Harper Air Conditioning.
Edward and Cynthia Esch-
bach, 88 Navajo Trace, Crestview.
Mechanical by Ken Harper Air
Conditioning.
Dylan Dipolo, 4448 Wilker-
son Bluff Road, Holt. Mechanical
by American Residential Services.



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Steven Webster, 5108 Blue
Springs Cove, Baker. Plumbingby
A-1 Plumbing.
8/21: Jay and Lisa Moyer, 5515
Poplar Head Church Road, Holt.
Single family by Jim Robertson
Homes.
Lee & Sylvia Lyles, 5799
Buck Ward Road, Baker. Accesso-
ry structures by Pensacola Pools.
8/22: David H. Chapman,;1,-1
Martin St., Crestview. Building
additions by Sea-Side Building
Services.
Crestview Acquisition Corp.,
5486 Fairchild Road, Crestview.
Industrial structure by Hona Con-
struction Group.
JW Homes, 3202 Arthur
Blvd., Crestview. Mechanical, by
Hilton's Heat, Ventilation & A/C.
Gregory Geiger, 948 Hia-
watha St., Holt. Plumbing .and
manufactured buildingby Strerai-
line Installation.
8/25: John III and Nicole Red-
den,'4579 Top Flight Drive, Cbet-
view. General building by S&T
Siding.
Raymond Dyer, 3093 Bay-
ridge Drive, Crestview. General
building by Bosch Installations. -
8/26: Lige Jr. and Luann Gray,
5366 Woodland St., Crestview.
Mechanical by Casey Electric.
James Jr. and Novalene Shaf-
fer, 6187 Bethany Drive, Crestview.
Gas and electric by homeowner.-
Tommy Henderson, 5330
Fairfield Drive, Crestview. Mie-
chanical by Ken Harper.Air Con-
ditioning.
Whitworth Builders, 3012
and 3014 Crown Creek Ctrcle.
Crestview.. Mechanical by John
Boutwell. -..,
Centennial Developmriit
Corp, 2263 Lewis St., Crestview.
Plumbing by Always Plumbing
Co.
Richard Evans, 12 Sky Lane,
Holt. Accessory structures by ho-
meowner.
Rada Nix, 6941 Luke Lane,
Laurel Hill. Mechanical by Ad-
vantage Air; manufactured build-
ing and plumbing by CJ's Mobile
Home Services; electrical by The
Buyer's Advan. Finance Co.
Gregory Geiger, 948 Hia-
watha St., Holt. Mechanical and
electrical by Advantage Air.
John Robinson, 5493 Mon-
terrey Road, Crestview. Plumbing
by Lee Byrd Plumbing.
8/27: Paula Denson and CA.
Mucignat, 6373 Sherman Ken-
nedy Road. Gas by Zachary's Gas
Services.
J.W. Homes, 3202 Arthdr
Blvd., Crestview. Gas by Zach-
ary's Gas Services.
Matthew Dees, 3154 Dotis
St., Crestview. Plumbing by H&B
Plumbing.
Robert Taylor II, 5902 N. U.S.
Highway 85, Crestview. Plumbing
by H&B Plumbing.
Southwind Developrrnt,
6423 Bethany Drive, Crestview.
Plumbing by H&B Plumbing.
Jeffrey and Michelle
Caldwell, 372 Brown Place,
Crestview. Plumbing by Everson
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WEDlNESDlAY.SEPTEMBERR3,2008


ANNOUNCEMENTS
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1125 Carpools &
Rideshare
1130 Adoptions
1140- Happy Ads
1150 Personals
1160 Lost
1170 Found
Leagal #100410
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Neptune 1 LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 433 of
2005 Assessed to: Larry
D & Camille Breeden
Description: Golf Villas @
Regatta Bay Lot 1
Pdrcel ID#:
00-2S-22-2091-0000-
0010 Opening Bid:
$16,804.63
All of said property being.
in the County ot
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
*Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
-Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100405
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
2007 CA 004861


".L' -"LL ,.THEi' f.P.
TIE '. LAl.'.I: '- It -.
TEPE', i THv ',-II, .
utL iJr'E -.- F ,.t.AIrJ: T
MOLLY D ELDER AKA
MOLLY DRAKE ELDER;
MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC. (MERSI
are the Defendants. I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
Shalimar Courthouse An-
nex, Font door 1250
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
F[ 32579, at 11:00 AM
on November 17 2008
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment, to
wit:
LOT 24, BLOCK A, SOV-
EREIGN ISLE A 38 LOT
PLANNED UNIT DEVEL-
OPMENT, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 15 PAGES(S)
55, OF THE'PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the lis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days af-
ter the sale.
DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of the Court
By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 19 day of Au-
gust, 2008.
Important
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
no later than 171 days
prior, contact the Clerk of
the Court's disability co-
ordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
Al 14, SHALIMAR FL,
3257 If hearing im-
-paired, contact "TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2901 Stirling Rd. Suite
300
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33312
Telephone 3057704100
Fax 3056532329

Legal # 100405
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


CLASSIFIED


h .ld r 1 fl- ..,rq
: rhi,,"It. l.:.r a Ta. eled
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1298 of
2003 Assessed to: Dwan
L & Glenda Smith
Description: Bea 246 ft
W & 365 ft S o NE Cor
of Sec E 109 ft S 75 ft W
109 ft N 75 ft to Beg
Parcel ID#:
15-3N-23-0000-0027-
0030 Opening Bid:
$2,745.95
All of said property bein
in the County oa
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in he certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,


ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in 'he certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100409
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


LEGAL # 100413
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Mars 1 LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed saia
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1332 of
2005 Assessed to: Pat
Taylor
Description: S1/4 of
W1/2 of SW1/4 of
NE1/4 Ex 210 ft N S By
420 ft E & W in NW
Cor
Parcel ID#:
32-3N-0000-0040-0000
Opening Bid:
$3,745.21
All'of said property being.
in the County o'
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.


Shalimar, Florida at Unless the certificate is
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Notice is hereby given redeemed according to
September 30, 2008. that Neptune 1 LLC, as law the property de-
holder of the following scribed in the certificate
Dated this 15th day of certificate, has filed said will be sold to the highest
August 2008. certificate for a Tax Deed bidder at the front door
to be issued thereon. The of the Clerk's Office at
DON W. HOWARD certificate number and the Okaloosa County
CLERK OF COURTS year of issuance, the Courthouse Annex,
By:Daniel Luke name in which the prop- Shalimar, Florida at
Deputy Clerk erty is assessed and the 1000 a.m. on Tuesday,
description of the prop- September 30, 2008.
08/27/08 erty is as follows:
09/03/08 Certificate # 247 of Dated this 15th day of
09/10/08 2005 Assessed to: John August 2008.
09/17/08 Frank Clark
Description: Coral Reef
Club Ph 1 Unit 4 DON W. HOWARD
Legal # 100407 Parcel ID#: CLERK OF COURTS
00-2S-22-055A-0000- By:Daniel Luke,
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 0040 Opening Bid: Deputy Clerk
TION FOR TAX DEED $ ,374.18.
All of said property bein 08/27/08
Notice is hereby ivein l, the County o l09/03/08
that Saturn 1 LLC, as Okaloosa, State of Flor- 09/10/08
holder of the following da. 09/17/08
certificate, has filed said --
certificate for a Tax Deed Unless the certificate is Leg 0044
to be issued thereon. The redeemed according to gal # 100414
certificate number and law the ropert de- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
year of issuance, the ascribed in e certificate ION FOR TAX DEED
name in which thero will be sold tothe highest TION FOR TAX DEED
erty is assessed and th dea thefrto
description of the prop-orfnthe Clerk's Office at
descptio lo the propthe Okloosa County ticeis hereby given
erty is as follows: ou A thcePisohere by
Certificate # 13 of 2005 ourthouse hoer of the folowin
Assessed to: Alice Byrne Shalimar, Florida at holertificate, has filowed sai
Estate I. "| certificate for a Tax Deed
Description: Valparaiso September 30, 2008 to be issued thereon. The
P/C #3 Lot 25 BIk 37 & .. i certf cte number and
Part of Adjacent Alley as Dated this 15th day of ific
.rd. 8-57 August2008. year of issuance, the
Ord. 85-570name in which the prop
Parcel ]D#: erty is assessed and the
05-1 S-22-256C-0037- description of the prop
0250 Opening Bid: DON HOWARD ersctiflows:e prop-
$2,797.09 CLERK OF COURTS erty is as follows:
ro.1...yniel Lue Certificate # 2191 of
All of said property being -ate LUKer 2005 Assessed to: Louis
in the Couny. of Deputy erk D Pryor
Okaloosa, State of Flor- .... Description: Com SW
ida. u08/27/08r MCo A


DEUTSCHE BANK NA- Notice is hereby given..
TIONAL TRUST COM- that Pluto 1 LLC, as Unless the certificate is
PANY AS TRUSTEE FOR holder of the following redeemed according to
W"1h ASSET SECURI- certificate, has filed said aw the property de-
i~iRATION CORPORA- certificate for a Tax Deed scribed in the certificate
'wf10N 2006-OPT3 to be issued thereon. The will be sold to the highest
!M 0 R T G A G E certificate number and bidder at the front door
-PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- year of issuance, the of the/Clerk's Office at
CATES SERIES name in which the prop- the Okaloosa County
,2006-OPT3, erty is assessed and the Courthouse Annex,
.,Plaintiff description of the prop- Shalimar, Florida at
erty is as follows: 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
vs. Certificate # 2544 of September 30, 2008.
2005 Assessed to: Jo
JAMES B ELDER AKA Ann Blanton Anderson Dated this 15th day of
JAMES BRETTON ELDER Description: Be? 1955 ft August 2008.
Seal. E & 675 ft S oF NW Car
Defendants. SE1/4 S 75 ft W 230 ft
N 75 ft E 230 ft to Beg
NOTICE OF FORECLO- Less V/2 Sold DON W. HOWARD
SURE SALE Parcel ID#: CLERK OF COURTS
15-2S-25-0000-0011 I By:Daniel Luke
NOTICE IS HEREBY 0190 Opening Bid: Deputy Clerk
'GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- $2,641.27
nh'al Judgment of Foreclo- All of said property being. 08/27/08
.sure dated August 18, in the County ot 09/03/08
2008. and entered in Okaloosa, State of Flor- 09/10/08
Case No. ida. 09/17/08
2007-CA-004861 of the d _________
,Circuit Court of the First Unless the certificate is
Judicial Circuit in and for redeemed according to Legal # 100408
'OKALOOSA County, law the property de-
Florida, wherein DEUT- scribed in he certificate NOTICE OF APPLICA-
,SCHE BANK NATIONAL will be sold to the highest TION FOR TAX DEED
TRUST COMAPNY AS bidder at the front door
TRUSTEE FOR HSI ASSET of the Clerk's Office at
SECURITIZATION COR- the Okaloosa County Notice is hereby given
_RORATION 2006-OPT3 Courthouse Annex, that Pluto 1 LLC, as
.M O R T G A G E Shalimar, Florida at holder of the following
"PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, certificate, has filed saia
CATES SERIES September 30, 2008. certificate for a Tax Deed
2006-6PT3, is Plaintiff to be issued thereon. The
ond JAMES B ELDER Dated this 15th day of certificate number and
-AKA JAMES BRETTON August 2008. year of issuance, the
-ELDER, IF LIVING AND IF name in which the'prop-
-DEAD, THE UNKNOWN DON W. HOWARD erty is assessed and the
SOUSE, HEIRS, DEVI- CLERK OF COURTS description of the prop-
SEES, GRANTEES By:Daniel Luke erty is as follows:
-ASSIGNEES,LIENORS Deputy Clerk Certificate # 87 of 2005
.CREDITORS, TRUSTEES Assessed to: H 0 Mason
AND ALL OTHER PAR- 08/27/08 Description: Beg NW
TIES CLAIMING AN IN- 09/03/08 Car SW1/4 of NW1/4
,TEREST BY, THROUGH 09/10/08 of NW1/4 S 104.35 ft
UNDER OR AGAINST 09/17/08 for Be 60 ft S 104.35
'JAMES B ELDER AKS___ft W 60 ftN 104.35 ft to
JAMES BRETTON ELDER Beg
-MOLLY D ELDER AKS Legal # 100406 Parcel ID#:
MOLLY DRAKE ELDER, IF 17-1 S-22-0000-0050-
'LIVING, AND IF DEAD, NOTICE OF APPLICA 0000 Opening Bid:
THE UNKNOWNi TION FOR TAX DEED $4,126.15
,SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI- All of said property beina
SEES, GRANTEES, AS- Notice is hereby given in the County of
SIGNlEES LIENORS that Donald R. Gates, as Okaloosa, State of Flor-
TCREDITOkS, TRUSTEES


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Legal # 100411
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Inc.
Description: Coam NE Cor
W 1226.57 ft S 350.1 ft
W 88.57 ft S 431.74 ft
to POB S 144.46 ft E
605.08 ft N 144.46 ft
W 602.89 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
09-2N-25-0000-0018-
003D Opening Bid:
$13,277.13
IIA of said property being
in the County o'
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in he certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100417
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Notice is hereby given
that MTAG LlC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2571 of
2005 Assessed to: Arthur
& Eleanor Brooks
Description:
Con NW Cor SW1/4 E
2498 ft S 218 ft to POB
W 210 ft S 94 ft E 210 ft
N 94 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
16-2S-25-0000-0035-
0170 Opening Bid:
$5,559.42
All of said property being
in the County 61
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of th rksr Ofc a c


to POB N 195.57 ft N the Okaloosa C
520.52 ft W 50.85 ft S Courthouse Ai
716.51 ft E 53.65 ft to Shalimar, Florida
POB Less S 50 ft 10:00 a.m. on Tue
Parcel ID#: September 30, 2008
16-2S-24-0000-0034-
001C Opening Bid: Dated this 15th dc
$5,044.08 August 2008.
All of said property being
in the County at


Notice is hereby given Okaloosa, State 6f Flor-
that Pluto 1 LLC, as ida.
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said Unless the certificate is
certificate for a Tax Deed redeemed according to
to be issued thereon. The law the property de-
certificate number .and scribed in he certificate
year of issuance, the will be sold to the highest.
name in which the prop- bidder at the front door
erty is assessed and the of the Clerk's Office at
description of the prop- the Okaloosa County
erty is as follows: Courthouse Annex,
Certificate # 689 of Shalimar, Florida at
2005 Assessed to: Alfred 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
D Scott September 30, 2008.
Description: Be 737.85
ft S $ 4238 ft of NW Dated this 15th day of
Car of SW1/4 E 326 ft August 2008.
S 649.3 ft W 326.ft N
650.81 ft to Beg
Parcel ID#: DON W. HOWARD
28-4N-22-0000-0002- CLERK OF COURTS
019B Opening Bid: By:Daniel Luke,
$3,745.90 Deputy Clerk
All of said property being
in the County, o 08/27/08
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 09/03/08
ida. 09/10/08
09/17/08
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to Legal # 100415
law the property de-
scribed in he certificate NOTICE OF APPLICA-
will be sold to the highest TION FOR TAX DEEDI
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County Notice is hereby given
Courthouse Annex, that Venus 1 LC, as
Shalimar, Florida at holder of the following
10:00 a.m. on 0uesay, certificate, has filed said
September 30, 2008. certificate for a Tax Deed
Date i 15h d. o to be issued thereon. The
Dated this 15th day o certificate number and
August 2008. year of issuance, the
DON W. HOWARD name in which the prop-
CLERK OF COURTD early is assessed and the
L RK OlUlR description of the prop-
By:Daniel Luke, erty is as follows:
Deputy Clerk Certificate # 2362 of
2005 Assessed to: Jason
08/27/08 A & Dovie A Brooks
,09/03/08 Description: Com SE Cor
09/10/08 N74 deg W 1791.86 ft
09/17/08 to POB N 74 deg W
576.16 ft N 08 deg W
Legal # 100412 675.75 ft N 85 deg E
596.5 ft S 04 deg E
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 866.57 ft to POB
TION FOR TAX DEED Parcel ID#:
31-3N-24-0000-0001-
Notice is hereby aiven 0090 Opening Bid:
that Mercur 1 LLC, as $3,460.49
holder of the follow n All of said property being
certificate, has filed said in the County ot
certificate for a Tax Deed Okaloosa, State of Flor-
t,-, be issuedrt fhiren The ida


Coastal Cabinet certificate number and
Refacing Inc year of issuance, the
Complete cabinet refac- name. in which the prop-
in & new cabinets New rty is assessedand the
cabinet line available at description of the prop
wholesale prices. Solid rty is as follows:
wood, 7 design and Clertificate # 793 of
color choices. 2005 Assessed to: Steve
850-758-0056 Cl ck
Description: Valparaiso
--- Plat lots 12 & 13 BIk 3
less the Wly 109.02 ft
Thereof
Parcel ID#:
12-1 S-23-253A-0003-
M0120 Opening Bid:
$5,773.49
SHEETS TREE SERVICE All of said property being
Exp. Tree Trimming and in the County of
Removal, Stump Removal. Okaloosa, State of Flor-
50ft Bucket Truck and ida.
Brush Chipper.
Free est. Lic./Ins. Unless the certificate is
689-3429/398-3347 redeemed according to
758-8619 law the property de-
scribed in he certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
n of the Clerk's Office at
g!w SEVIES the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
TN L "September 30, 2008.
STNT Metal Dated this 15th day of
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DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08


Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100416
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby iven
that Mercury 1 LL, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed saia
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2462 of
2005 Assessed to: Hub
City Development Group


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08


county
nnex,
at
sday,

ay of


Legal # 100418
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that MTAG LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 91 of 2005
Assessed to: Edward J
Dobson
Description: Bayshore Lot
68 Blk 2
Parcel ID#:
17-1 S-22-3090-0002-
0680 Opening Bid:
$8,019.32
All of said property being
in the County oat
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of'
August 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100420
NOTICE OF APPULICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that MTAG LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sail
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the
property is as follows:
Certificate # 871 of
2005 Assessed to: C
Adkins, K Redcay & D
Vilmenay
Description: Finisterra
Unit 4D
Parcel ID#:
06-2S-2350-7000-004D
Opening Bid: $3,893.55
All of said property being
in the County o1
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.


Vvr-LJ .4f--OLJMT, I IL)L. 11 --~-


Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certificate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
Ann.Kt 2,008


I


DRESS: 542 Cressa Cir- and
DON W. HOWARD cle Cocoa, Fl 32926
CLERK OF COURTS EN ESSLOURBEL A. ESGUERRA,
By:Daniel Luke, CURRENTI ADDRESS: Respondent/Wife.
Deputy Clerk UNKNOWN
NOTICE OF ACTION
08/27/08 THE UNKNOWN BENE- OF DISSOLUTION OF
09/03/08 FICIARIES OF THE OF MARRIAGE
09/10/08 THE RAY FAMILY TRUST,
09/17/08 DATED AUGUST 9, To: LOURBEL A.
- 1996 ESGUERRA 10313 West
Legal # 100422 KNOWN Roanoke Avenue Avon-
LAST KNOWN AD- dale, AZ 85392
NOTICE OF APPUCA- DRESS: UNKNOWN
T.-N -FO TAX DEED CURRENT ADDRESS:YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI-
S FR AX D CURRENT ADDRESS: FIED that an action for
UNKNOWN dissolution of marriage
Notice is hereby" given AY A has been filed against
that MTAG LLC, a KNYOWAND ALL UN- ou and you are required
holder of the following NlN B toserve a copy of your
certificate, has filed sai CLAIMING BY, written defenses if any,
certificate for a Tax Deed aTHROUGH, UNDER to Ricardo 9C ,sguerra,
t be issued thereon. The AND AGIA..ST TH. Petitioner, c/o Mark S.
ficate issued thmber aeon. The HREINNAMED IN Rubn, Es RUBIN LAW
certificate number and DIV UAL DEFEND- RlM / N iin
year of issuance, theDF
name in which the ANT(S EHO ARE Parkway, Fort Wa~ton
,,. A LO..WHN TO BE B each, Florida 32548,
erty is assessed than eDEAD OR ALIVE, on or before October 6,
description of the prop- W ETHER SAID UN- 2008, and file the ori
erty is as follows: o ts
Certificate # 1065 of KNOWN PARTIES nal with the clerk of tis
2005 Assessed to: Joan MAY CLAIM AN IN- court at the Okaloosa
C Thompson TEREST AS SPOUSE, County courthouse,
Descriton: r sti HEIRS DEVISEES 1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Descriplon: Crestview 2 GRAWTEES, O Shalimar, F' 32579, b-
Westerly 45 ft of Lot 3 OTHER CLAIMANTS fore service on Petitioner
B|k 94 or immediately thereafter.
94 I,-,. LAST KNOWN AD- If you fail to do so, a
1 -N-23-2490-0094- DRESS: UNKNOWN default will be en-
0305 Opening Bid: CURRENT ADDRESS: redthe ag ief doeu
llofsaid property being UNKNOWN handed in the peti-
kaloosa, State of FlorI YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Copies of all court
ida.o ..an action to foreclose a documents in this
mortgage on the follow- case, including
Uedss he c at is property in orders, are available
Unless the certificate is KALOOSA County, at he Clerk of
laredeemed according to- Florida: Court's office. You
scribed in the certificate may review these
will be sold to the highest OMMENCE AT THE- documents upon re-
will be sold to the highest SOUTHWE ST COR ust.
b tdder at the frontfoort NER OF HTE NORTH- must keep the
the Okaloerks Office at WEST 1/4 OF SEC Clerk of the circuit
the Okaloosa County TION 14 TOWNSHIP .Court's office notified
Co rthouseooAn ex TO RIT ,T uiy L urr s rnnofr
C oulmr, 'F a a NORT, RANGE 22 of your current ad-
Sha10:00imar, Florid at WEST, OKALOOSA dress. (You may file
Se tember3002008ay, COUNTY, FLORIDA Notice of Current
eptemN THENCE NORTH on Address, Florida Su-
Dated th 15th da f DEGREES 55'27" preme Court Ap-
Au tust 2008 yo EAST ALONG THE roved Family Law
Augus 20 WEST LINE THEREOF orm 12.915.1 Future
A DISTANCE OF pa. rs in this law-
DON...W. H AD 996.04 FEET; THENCE su will be mailed to
ENK OF HCOURTD SOUTH 89 DEGREES the address on rec-
ByLDaniel LukO 04'33" EAST A DIS ord at the clerk's of-
D if Clerke, TANCE OF 81.17 fice.
Deputy FEET TO THE EAST WARNING: Rule
o08,/08 BANK OF POND 12.285, Florida Fam-
0/0/08 CREEK BEING ALSO ily Law Rules of Pro-
09/03/08 THE PONT OF BEGIN- cedure, requires cer-
09 /1/08 NING* THENCE tain automatic dis-
9/17/0 in SOUTA 28 DEGREES closure of documents
10*53" EAST A DIS- and information.
Legal # 100424 TANCE OF 403.70 Failure to comply
FEET TO A POINT ON can result in sanc-
NOTICE OF APPUCA- A CUL-DE-SAC* tions, including dis-
TION FOR TAX DEED THENCE ALONG A missal or striking of
CUL-DE-SAC A ARC leading.
DISTANCE OF 39.87 ated:' August 21 2008
Notice is hereby given FEET SAID CLERK OF-THE CURT
that MTAG LLC, as CUL-DE-SAC HA ING Beth McDonald
holder of the following A RADIUS OF 50.0 Deputy Clerk
certificate, has filed saia FEET, A DELTA OF 44
certificate for a Tax Deed DEGREES 32'48" A 08/27/2008
to be issued thereon. The CHORD 37.90 FET, 09/03/2008
certificate number and AND A CHORD 09/10/2008
year of issuance, the BEARIN OF NORTH 09/17/2008
name in which the prop 84 DEGREES 05'29"
erty is assessed and the EAST; THENCE A #100419
description of the prop -LON THE WEST ega
erty is as follows: RIGHT OF WAY LINE NOTICE OF APPUCA
Certificate # 2526 of OF A 60.0 FOOT NOTICEND ORFTX A
2005 Assessed to: Rob- ROAD NORTH 51 DE- TION FOR TAX DEED
ert B & Roxanne Martin GREES 15'58" WEST
Description: Com NW A DISTANCE OF i g
Car E 1530.52 ft 5 504.23 FEET TO SAID Notice is h.r .given
4226.89 ft to POB S 6 EAST BANK; THENCE holder of the following
deg E 150 ft S 69 de!q SOUTHWIISTERLY certificate has filed sai9
W 291 ft N 6 deg W ALONG SAID EAST cia h f
150 ft N 69 deo E 291 BANK A DISTANCE certificate for a Tax Deed
Parcel ID#: MORE OR LESS TO certificate number and
bidder at the front 6-2N-25-0000-0003-door THAT SAID CERTIOF BE- year of issuance, the
1430 Opening Bid: GINNING; BEING name in which the ,rop-









of the Clerk's Office at MOBILE HOME LO- iL assee bdie
$4,365.68 LOT 1 OF'AN UNRE- ert is assessed an te
A llof said property bein CORDED SUBDIVI- escription ,of the prop
in the Okaloosa County CATED THERESN KNWON ASE- rta ws:
Okaloosa, 'State of Flor- POND CREEALV35A13124 MP- a,e a or
ida.m. SITES. MOREon Tuesday, H H 2 1 ar
M NLY KNOWN AS & Jamie Letourneau & Eq-
Unless the certificate is 6478 POND CREEK ss the certificate is
redeeedd according to ROAD CRESTVIEW Description: Regatta Bay
law the ropert de- FLORIDA 32539 Ph 3 Lt 8
scried in he certificate Parcel ... .,i,:
will be sold to the highest TOGETHER WITH 0080 903... 0 id:
bidder at the front door THAT SAID CERTIAN 000 openingng Bid:
of the Clerk's Office at MOBILE HOME LO- $1 of
the Okaloosa County CATED THEREON SE- All of said properbein
Courthouse Annex, RIAL NUMBERS in, the C.Soaunty0a or-
Shalimar, Florida at GAFLV35A13124 a. o
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, H H 2 1 iaa.
September 30, 2008. GAFLV35B1 3124 Unless the certificate is
Dated this 15th day of GAFLV35C13124 laweheed accor de-
August 2008. HH21. scJ9 ,r'pa er


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,

08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08

Legal # 100426
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Northwest Florida
Area A agency on Aging
Inc., ,qing Resource
Center or PSA 1 will
hold a Public Hearing on
Thursday, September 11,


has been filed against
you and you're required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
on or before Octoer 9
2008 on Florida Default
Law 6roup PL. Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is
9119 Corporate Lake
Drive Suite 300, Tampa,
Florida 33634,a nd file
the original with this
Court either before serv-
ice on Pliantiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or peti-
tion.


will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
September 30, 2008.
Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08


Dated this 15th day of
August 2008.

DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk
08/27/08
09/03/08
09/10/08
09/17/08,

Legal # 100421
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that MTAG LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed saia
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 955 of
2005 Assessed to: Hub
city Development Group
Inc
Description: Jack Ken-
nedy S/D Lots 43 & 44
Blk4
Parcel ID#:
08-3N-23-1380-0004-
0430 Opening Bid:
$6,433.46
AlI of said property being
in the County o
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.


Crestview News Bulletin I B7



2008 at 10:00 a.m. in VVITNESS ,T., hrd and
the Ckamber at the Crest- the seal of this Cour on
view City Hall, 198 N this 28 day of Aug,
Wilson Street, Crestview 2008
Florida. The purpose of
this hearing is to ensure Don W. Howard
the opportunity for public Clerk of the Court
comment on types of con- By: Kathy Henley
traced Older American As Deputy Clerk
services to be provided
in the Planning and Serv- lorida Default Law
ice Area 1 as well as on Groups P.L. P.O. Box
specific service which the 25018 Tampa, Florida
Area Agency/ Aging Re- 33622-5018
source Center wil di-
rectly provide. Everyone IMPORTANT
is welcome. For more in- In accordance with the
formation call Linda Tor- Americans with Disabili-
res, Director of Planning ties Act, persons with dis-
and Quality Assurance, abilities needing special
toll free at accommodation to partic-
1-866-531-8011. ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad
ministration at 101 James
Legal # 100430 Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
IN THE CIRCUIT telephone number
COURT OF THE FIRST (850)689-5000, Exten-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN sion 7497, prior to the
AND FOR proceeding, or Shalimar
OKALOOSA 18501651-7497
COUNTY, FLORIDA IMPORTANT
CIVIL ACfION CASE In accordance with the
NO. Americans with Disabili-
2007-CA-003546-C ties Act, persons with dis-
DIVISION: FILE NO. abilities needing special
F07042345 accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
WACHOVIA BANK should contact Court A-
N.A. AS, TRUSTEE ministration at 1250 N.
IBAYVIEW), Elin Parkway, Shalimar,
plaintiff, FL, 32579; telephone
number (850)651-7497,
vs. prior to the proceeding,,
SHELBY J. RAY A/K/A 09/03/2008
SHELBY JEAN MORTON 09/10/2008
RAY INDIVIDUALLY
ANb AS CO-TRUSTEE LEGAL# 120082
OF THE RAY FAMILY
TRUST DATED AUGUST IN THE CIRCUIT
9, 1996, et al, COURT OF THE FIRST
Defendant(s). JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
NOTICE OF ACTION OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
TO: REGIONS RAY, AS CIVIL ACTION CASE
BENEFICIARY OF THE NO. 08-DR-3631
RAY FAMILY TRUST,
DATED AUGUST 9, IN RE: The Marriage of
1996 RICARDO C. ESGUERRA,
Petitioner/Husband,










RB8 I CreCsctvipw News Bulletin


CLASSIFIED


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2008


____ _0 .. -... 1103- .
LEGAL #120081 lowing described prop-
IN THE CIRCUIT LOT 10, BLOCK A, SOV-
COURT OF THE FIRST EREIGN ISLE A 38 LOT
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN PLANNED UNIT DEVEL-
AND FOR OPMENT, ACCORDING
OKALOOSA TO THE PLAT THEREOF
COUNTY FLORIDA AS RECORDED IN PLAT
CIVIL ACTION CASE BOOK 15 PAGE 55, OF
NO. 08-DR-4540 THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
IN RE: The Marriage of COUNTY, FLORIDA.
DONALD R. BENSON, a/k/a 4583 WOOD-
JR., WIND DR DESTINY, FL3
Petitioner/Husband, 32541


and
DANIELA K. BENSON,
Respondent/Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
OF DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
To: Daniela K. Benson
13 Ivy Lane Newton
Grove, NC 28366
Daniela K. Benson P.O.
Box 673 Newton Grove,
NC 28366
Daniela K. Benson P.O.
Box 1024 Salemburg,
NC 28355


has been filed against
you and you are required
fo serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it, on Carline Mildor,
Attorney for Plaintiff,
whose address is 2901
Stirling Road Suite 300,
Fort [auderdale, Florida
33312 on or before
10-03, 2008, and file
the original with the
Clerk of this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the complaint.
WITNESS m.y hand and


YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- the seal of this
FlED that an action for 22nd day c
dissolution of marriage 2008.
has been filed against
u and you are required DonW. Howar
fo serve a copy of your As Clerk of the
written defenses, if any, By: Kim Bouha
to Donald R. Benson Jr, As Deputy Cler
Petitioner, c/o Mark S.
Rubin, Esq., RUBIN LAW In accordance
FIRM, 173 NE Eglin Americans wil
Parkway, Fort Walton ties Act, perso
Beach, Florida 32548, a reasonable
on or before October 1, nation to pai
2008, and file the origi- this proceedir
nal with the clerk of this no later than
court at the Okaloosa days prior, c
County Courthouse An- Clerk of the C
nex, 1250 N. Eglin Park- ability coordi
way, Shalimar, FL 8506517497
32579, before service Eglin PKWY S
on Petitioner or immedi- Shalimar, FL
ately thereafter. If you hearing impa
fail to do so, a de- tact (DD)80(
fault will be entered via Florida Rel
against you for the
relief demanded in 08/27/2008
the petition. 09/03/2008
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders, are available LEGAL#1200
at the Clerk of Court's of-
fice. You may review IN THE Cl
these documents upon re- COURT OF 1
u est. JUDICIAL CI
You must keep the Clerk AND F
of the Circuit Court's of- OKALO
fice notified of your cur-. COUNTY F
rent address. You may CIVIL ACfIC
file Notice of Current Ad- NO.:46-200
dress, Florida Supreme 3597 DIVISI
Court Approved Family NUMB
Law Form 12.915.) Fu- F08024
ture papers in this lawsuit
will e mailed to the ad- THE BANK
dress on record at the YORK AS
clerk's office. SOR IN INT
WARNING: Rule jp MORGAI
12.285 Florida Family BANK N
Law Rufes of Procedure, TRUSTEE FOI
requires certain auto- 2006-AR7,
matic disclosure of docu- Plaintiff,
ments and information.
Failure to comply can re- vs
suit in sanctions, includ-
ing dismissal or striking LINDA B.
orleadin. A/K/A LIl
LDated:o-2l-0o RODKEY, et
CLERK OF THE COURT Defennt(s).
By:Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF A


08/27/2008
09/03/2008
09/10/2008
09/17/2008


LEGAL #120084


s Court this
of August,

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Court
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accommo-
rticipate in
ng should,
seven (7)
contactt the
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OF NEW
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RODKEY
NDA D.
alCTION

ACTION


TO: AMERICA'S
WHOLESALE LENDER
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 6440 SouthPort
PKWY Street 3000 Jack-
sonville FL 32216
CURRENT ADDRESS:
I IklVMlki'A/l


IN THE CIRCUIT U.NKAvN
COURT OF THE FIRST ANY AND ALL UN-
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF KNOWN PARTIES
FLORIDA IN AND CLAIMING BY,
FOR OKALOOSA THROUGH, UNDER
COUNTY CASE NO. AND AGAINST THE
2008 CA 003817 S HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
DEUTSCHE BANK NA-ANT(S) WHO ARE
TIONAL TRUST COM- NOT KNOWN TO BE
PANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR DEAD OR ALIVE
CARRINGTON MORT- WHETHER SAID UN-
GAGE LOAN TRUST KNOWN PARTIES
SERIES 2005-FRE' MAY CLAIM AN IN-
ASSET-BACKED TEREST AS SPOUSE,
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- HEIRS DEVISEES,
CATES GRANTEES, OR
Plainti, OTHER CLAIMANTS
vs. LAST KNOWN AD-
KIPW. MUER tl DRESS: UNKNOWN
KIP W. MUELLER, et.al. CURRENT ADDRESS:
Defendants. UNKNOWN
NOTICE OF ACTION YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
TO: KIP W MUELLER an action to foreclose a
Whose residence mortgage on the follow-
e e enceiN d property in
is:4583 WOODWIND OALOSA County
DR. DESTIN, FL, 32541 Florida:
TO: 'MICHELLE 'W. CONDOMINIUM
MUELLER Whose resi- N 280 OF GULF
dense is: 4583 WOOD- TERRAC80 E CONDO-
WIND DR. DESTINY, FL, MINIUM, ACCORD-
32541 ING TO THE DECLA-
RATION OF CON-
If alive, and if dead, all DOMINIUM THEREOF
parties claiming interest AS RECORDED IN OF-
y, through, under or FICIAL RECORDSEN
against KIP W. MUELLER FAL RECORDS
an MICHELLE W BOOK 694, AT PAGE
and MICHELLE W. 657, AS AMENDED
MUELLER and all parties IN 'OFFICIAL REC-
having or claiming to ORDS BOOK 742, AT
have any right, title or in- PAGE 916 OF THE
terest in the property de- PUBLIC RECORDS OF
scribed herein. O K A L O O S A
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that COUNTY FLORIDA
an action for Foreclosure UNDIVIDED INTEREST
of Mortgage on the fol- IN THE COMMON EL-


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Yard Sale
Sept 5th 8-? & Sept 6
8-?. Highway 189, just
north o6 traffic light in
baker, on left. Look for
Furniture, tools,
's, Glassware, home
decor. Too much to
mention. 537-3064
Crestview
Huge Inside
Yard Sale
Look for signs
429 N
Hathaway St
Across from Twin Hills
Park.
Crestview
MULTI-FAMILY
YARD SALE!
Sat. Sept. 6
7AM-11AM 6122 Sta4
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Crestview
Yard Sale
Fri. & Sat Sept. 5th &
6th, 176 West First Ave.,
8A.M.- 2 P.M.
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Crestview- 2 Bd all utili-
ties Pd $550 mo + $550
dd 6 mo. lease
682-5090


11


103 .. 2100 3300
EMENTS IF ANY, AP- For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi- Now Availablel 2008
P U R T E N A N T huahua puppies. Born Post Office Jobs.
THERETO, SUBJECT Ma 4th $150. & up. $18-$20/Hr. No Experi-
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MENTS, RESERVA- Free kittens 10 wks old 800)910-9941 Todayl
TIONS, TERMS AND litter trained kept indoors. REF #FL08.
OTHER PROVISIONS Also older fixed cat
OF SAID DECLARA- needs home. 682-8699
TION.
has been filed against I 410011o
ou and you are required Accounting/Finance
Serve a copy of your Accounting/Finance
written defenses, if any, Happy Jack Kennel Dip
on or before October II controls, fleas, ticks, TAX PREPARER
2008, on Florida Default mosquitos, stable flies & Training Provided.
Law Group, P.L., MANGE without ster- Tuition free tax school
Plaintiff's attorney, whose oidsl Biodegtadeable Earn extra income after
address is 9119 Corpo- Okaloosa Grain taking class. Classes, start
rate Lake Drive, Suite Feed Store 682-9333 Sept 8 in Ft Walton,
300 Tampa, Florida www.happyjackinc.com Crestview and Niceville.
33634, and file the origi- Call 800- 658- 1042.
nal with this Court either 11 oLiberty Tax Service Small
before service on A I fee for Books.
Plaintiff's attorney or im- A -
mediately therear orth- 3100 Food Service/Hospitality
erwise a default will be All Types of Watch &
entered against you for Clock Repair, grandfa- Cracker Barrel of
the relief demanded in others, mantels, cuckoos, Crestview Now hiring
the Complaint or petition we bu antiques, Call AM & PM cooks WeeK-
This notice shall be pub- 689-1t07 ends required EOE
lished once each week 682-8804 Apply any-
for two consecutive time.
weeks in the Creslview Ha
News Bulletin. WITNESS Health & Beauty
my hand and the seal of E 3110 = M iur
this Court on this 21 day Ron's Appliance & Established Multicultural
of August, 2008. Parts open 8m-6pm aon seeking exp. pro-
Mon-ri. 8-1 Sat. Applifessionals, wanting to
Don W. Howard once parts apAliance re- work in a spa like envi-
Clerk of the Court air.... 215 N. Main ronment, stylist, barbers,
By: Kitty Sims Street, Call 689-1007. nail tech. esthetician.
As Deputy Clerk After hours 305-8515 Please call 543-7613
leave message.
Florida Default Law .
Group P.L. P.O. Box161 Health & Beauty
2501% Tampa, Florida
33622-5018 3130 Spa consultant businessS
Auction 144 Acres Di- opportunity. Unlimited im-
IMPORTANT vided Cherokee Count mediate and residual in-
In accordance with the NC Tues., Sept 9 6:0 come potential. Flexible
Americans with Dsab- m. is 0 hours.Unmatchedtrain-
tieAcmt, persons with dis- p.m. This aan owned os U atchedrt. Smallin-
ties Act, persons with dis property is surrounded by veand support. Sa -
abilities needing special national forest and vestment- .
accommodation to partic- conservation lands. 6 5 0 0 4 a 8
accop moate tion this parc -conservation lands. Two b e a u t i p a g e. c o mn
pate in this proceeding tracts totaling 144 acres, asanadbeauti4you
should contact Court A- lust off 0.S. Hwys asaneauy4yo
ministration at 101 James 74,19,129 Access Installation/Maint/Repair
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- roads 'have been added
view, FL, 32536-3515; for development. Bid ServiceTech/
telephone number online or at the auction. Service Tech/
(850 689-5000, Exten- Sale Site: Holiday Inrn Ex- Installer
sion 7497, prior to the press, Murphy NC, Exp. FT, HVAC. Benefits
roceedin Shalimar Terms: Pay 10 down & sn on bonus. Fax re-
1850)651-7497 10% buyer's premium. sume to 863-8632 or
IMPORTANT For detailed Information, email
MPORTANT recall (800)479-1763 or samantha@trinityair.com
In accordance with thego online to --
Americans with Disabili- www.johndixon.com
ties Act, persons with dis- NCAL#6397 John Dixon W l
abilities needing special & Associates
accommodation to partic- Auctions-Marketing.
ipate in this proceeding --
should contact Court Ad- Foreclosed Home Auc- Logistics/Transportation
ministration at 1250 N. tion Florida Statewide
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number (850)651-7497, (800)616-6716 Probleml Earn up to
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Mack Roll Off Trucks,
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ceive $1000 Grocery trs, Excavators, Motor Earn up t$150 per
Coupon NOAH'S ARC Graders & Scrapers day. Undercover shop
Support No Kill Shelters, Backhoes, Rubber Tire pe needed to judge re-
Research To Advance Loaders, Articuating nddining establish-
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Free Towing Tax Deduct- Grinders Forklifts, Pay- mens. experience no
ible, Non-Runners Ac- ing, Skidders, Feller hired. P87764-5368e call
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No "smoking $975/mo +
Lovely 1BR/1BA fully fur- DD. Call 582-4194.
nished all utilities (cable)
included. Located at
Lonesome Pine Ranch.
Gated access security, matl 1
pool, jacuzzi, baker Flor- NEWI,-
ida no pets, no smoking
$600. mo + $600 .dd
we accept all major MoVey I M
credit cards. For appt. Crestview- Beautiful
call 850-537-4175 or brick 3 br, 2 ba, garage,
585-2271 W/D, incl. $950mo +
dd. Call 699-3833

Crestview Clean 2 br
S140 2 ba $700 mo + $700
DD. W/D incl. Ready to

NEW i roJAV move inl 830-9833

Century 21 NEW TDOAY
Moulton -Realty
682-3849 Crestview Rentals:
Rentals: Tall Pines 3 br, 1.5 ba,
$675
S4686 Cahokia Run Edewood P 3br, 1 ba
3 br 2 ba $1100+dd +S rin St3br Iba
564 TallPines 608
3 br, 1 ba, $750+dd + Cabana Way 3br,
4638 Falcon Way C2bana $900Way 3br,
3 br 2 ba $800mo+dd Krest Dr 3br, 2b $950
220 Water Oak + S Wilson br, 1 ba
3 br, 2 ba, $850+dd $460
5474 Haburn St. +S Wilson 2br, 1ba
S369 2hn Ki 4 Jacob St 4br, 2ba
3 br 2 a $825$1,000
*513 WingS Way Rick E$1person Realty LLC
3br, 21/2ba 75+dd i0-865 7Realty LLC
2413 Hall Moon 850-865-7777
3 br, 2 ba $1200+dd
125 Mifl Pond Cove rei, F
4 br, 2 1/2ba, $1000 Crestview, FL
Coldwell Banker United Crestview
Realtors 117 Courthouse Home For Rent
Terrace, Crestview Fl 4br 2. ba, 2cr
32536 (850) 689-1515 2360sqft, unfurnishe,I
307 WalnutAv br, bar great ne
1 ba700sf $425 triplex 850-259-1560.
365 Walnut Ave 2br
1ba, 900sf, $500 end
unit Crestview: S. 1-10, 3BR
S309 Walnut Ave. 2br 2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
l1ba 900sf, $500 end ep. Flex lease for mili-
unit230 Runneade Dr ty.850-502-9340
2br, 1.5ba 930sf $600
Lawn Service&quarterly Crestview-very nice
pest control provided 3br, 2ba, $795-$850
end unit Like new,Lease or
238 Runnymeade Dr. rent to own 685-5820
2b I 1.5ba, 930 sf,
$660, interior unit
*5321 Steele Road, 3br,
2ba 1780sf $625, pets
with approval, Baker
S61 06 Maqnolia Lane -ou
3br 1.5ba 1026sf $695- 2 t i
Small pets with approval FWB- Unique fully fur-
e 141 Woodlawn r nished, 2br all utilities
3br, 2 ba, 1094sf, paid. $1600/mo w/
$725, new carpet separate house in back
8f46 8th Ave 3br, for office or mother in
2ba 1355sf $750 Laurel law. 6mo lease/DD/no
Hill pets. Month to Month
*440 Apple Drive, 3br, available. 243-1954 or
2ba, 1094sf, $725, pet 585-6420
allowed w/approval
132 Hampton Dr. 3br,
2ba, 1071sf, $795 Pets
allowed bwkr 2 ri/iA8
9 5720 Reinke Dr 3br, 2N W lou '
2ba 1253sf $850 pets
w/50 Abbey Rd 3br, 2ba Janet Johnson
1165sf $875 Cathedral Realty, Inc.
ceilings in master bed Eaual Housing
91"1 Palmetto Dr A
4br,2ba 1927 sf $900- D Opportunity
Fenced in backyard 682-1800
*2904 Orchidcrest Dr.
4br, 1 ba, 1600sf, $925 Baker
New Carpet,Paint, Vinyl 0 1112 CountryLiving Rd
siding 3 br, 2 ba; $950
*28 13 Mohican Way,
3br, 2ba, 1642sf, $950 Crestview
South of 1-10 0 116 Hampton Dr
1305 Jefferyscot CT 2 br, 1.5 ba, $535
3br,2ba 1613 sf $975 216 Virginia St
South of 1-10 2 br 1 ba; $650
*507 White Oak Lane 694 Lee Ave
3br, 2ba, 1542sf $995, 3 br, 1 ba $675
first month's rent free 1704 1'st Ave
238 Tiffot Ct. 3br, 2ba 3 br, 1.5 ba; $700
1620sf, $995, first 262 Virginia St
months rent free 2 br,1.5 ba, $700
4713 Connor Dr 4br 315 Brackin St
2ba 1748sf $1100 3br, 2ba, $725
South of 1-10 free months 381 Crooked Pine
rent to military Trail 3 br, 2.5 ba $750
228 Citadel Lane 3br, 329 Jon King Rd
2ba 1970sf '$1100 No 3br 2ba,$8a0
pets allowed 106 Corwin Dr
*1235 Gabrielle Dr. 3br 2 br, 2.5 ba $800
2ba, 1758sf, $1125 1l7 Corwin Dr
large fenced back yard 2 br 2 5 ba $800
*336 Egan Dr. 4br, 2ba 698 Lee Ave
1901sf $1195 military 4 br 2 ba, $800
discount 134 Swaying Pine Ct
*1 2140 Hagood Loop 4 3 bd/2.5 ba; $825
br 2.5 ba, 2254sf, 2805 Wilson Lane
$1200, split bedroom 3 br/2 ba, $900
floor plan 1 1112 Country Living
*4180 Big Buck Trail, Rd. 3 br 2 ba,$95?-
4br 2ba, 1823sf, 6462 Moonliqht Ln
$1215 no pets allowed 3br 2 ba, $1150
* 301 Sunesta CT 4br, 5442 E Brook Dr
ba 2547 sf $1300 Dogs 4 br, 2 ba; $1200
allowed only with ap- 2704 Ashley Maria Ct
proval 3 br, 2 ba; $1250
* 435 Hatchee Dr 4 br,
2 ba, 2250sf, $1300
all appliances included. Rent to Own
*5262 Clint. Mason Rd. Located in Crestview;
3br 2.5ba 1878sf 4br, 1ba, New carpet,
$1400 pets allowed with windows, bathroom &
aFpproval central air. Fenced yard,
For further information carport. $2500. down
and to apply online, $580. mo Owner fi-
please visit our website nanced. No credit, no
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Crestview- 2br, 1 ba,
quiet, gated no pets
$575mo/$550dep, 12
mo lease req. 1 month
free rent. 585-6985
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 daily, $165
weekly, Furnished effi-
ciency $200 Weekly.
$600 4 weeks.
Call 682-4466
Crestview-(2) 2 BR
apts. w/d incl $500 dep
$500mo. No pets
682-8867 Ive message
Furnished 1 BR for ma-
ture person, no smoking
or pets. Utilities furnished
$550. Call 689-1318
FWB $590, 2BR/1BA
remodel/cats OK
Laundry machines incl
close to both bases
no smoke/8506213160

A GREAT

DEAL!
FWB- 1 br, 1 ba in tropi-
cal sanctuary. No pets,
$675 & up. W/D,
Lease/DD. 243-1954 or
585-6420


NEW rIooAY


14 6140 ]
Crestview 3br, 2ba
2cg, new paint, tile &
carpet. S Cview $950mo
+ dep 217-7344
Crestview 3BR/1.5BA
brick home excellent
cond. no pets. $700.mo
+ $700 dd. Call
682-4024
Crestview 3BR/2BA
$725. mo call scott
546-1192


NEW rI/AY
Crestview 3BR/2BA
fenced yard 107
Windsor Pr (off auburn
rdl $750. mo + $750.
dd. Call 689-4442 or
240-0474

Crestview- 3BD 2 BA
plenty of room horses
welcome. $1060. mo.
call Scott 546-1192

Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
on 1 acre, Auburn area,
$800/mo + $800 dd.
850 652-4374

Crestview 4br, 2ba
2ca, tile/carpet. 1525sf.


Crestview811o
1998 Mercury Mystique
forest green ow miles
great learner car $3000.
obo. 902-5859

4br 3ba, 2500sqft S of
110, %reat view in qreat
neigh orhood, rick
home, 419 Christopher
Drive. Call to see today- Mazda 2200
259-1327, 1991 Pickup
Crestview 5925 Cold AC, new carbure-
Meadow Lane. 3BR/2BA tar, new header, excel-
1053 Sf. brick home lent body. Good on Gas!
w/12X24 shop & shed. $250 0.305-6739
Many incentives 12X14
screen porch, tile kitch-
en/dining, fenced yard
new roo, cathedral ceil-W
ing in LR, bathrooms up- 4
graded, Mature shade
trees. A must see! Great Family
$104,900. Call for Apt. V20 Cle e
682- 1749 Vehicle
682-1749... 2000 Chrysler Town &
A Al P ,Country minivan. Top-of-
/ U --- line Limited edition. Only
I A J1i*i| 80k miles. Well main-
4Ld V L ~tained. Leather interior.
C WFour captain's seats. Re-
Individual wants to buy movable third-row seat-
house for investment. Call inq. Chrome wheels. Our
651-0987 kids have grown and this
----- van is now ready to carry
-. yours. $8000. Cal
% 651-0164 or 699-3444


Navarre -
2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba, 8..0
2150sf home on large wheelers
natural lot. 9' ceilings, 2 4wheelears
separate living & dining 2 2007 250 B Bears
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg. 2whee drive $Z500ea.
whirlpool tub anId 1 2007 256 Bi. Bea,
sen0Wck Only er,
separate shower in mas- $2800. 1 2007 400 Big
ter bath. Beautiful, quiet Bear 4x4 w/ winch, front
waterfront neighborhood & back basketracks,
Priced to sell at the re- 4800. Contact
duced price of $260K.. 850-582-3359, (leave
C all 850 26 1-0 322, or ..a ). or
685-8048 leave msg. 85057-8538


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Bill can help you to drive
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Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
204 Booker St.
500 2 br, 1 ba
139 Stephens Lane,
$875 3br, 2ba, 1 AC
* 231 Lustan Dr, $1000
4br, 2ba,2cq Sof1-10
, 1524 Long Needle Ct,
$1100, 3/22, no pets
1391 Riverchase
1200, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
+ Retail Space
290 Main Street $1650
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refundable.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156 -
Venice New 1 and 2
bedroom homes from
$900 per month in active
lifestyle community with
waterfront sites, resort
amenities, on-site activi-
ties and events.
(866)823-8960.


I 6170
Baker 3BR/2BA Dou-
blewide mobile home lo-
cated behind school. No
petsl $650.mo + $650.
dd call 537-5426 after
5pm
Holt
3 Bd. 2 Ba / 4Bd 2 Ba
Call Scott 546-1192


7100 |
Bank Speciall 3 bed-
rooms, 2 bathrooms,
large lot! Make offers
Gracious Living Realty.
www.graciousliving.org
e-mail william@
ra ciousliving.org
800 749-5263 Bank
says Sell, Sell, Sell"


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Freeport Bay Harbour
Subdivision Lot #66 .96
acre 20% disc. for Mili-
tary. Lots of amenities
Call Brandy Brown Peli-
can Realty
850-401-4552



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Mossy Head
2006 Travel Trailer on
1/2 acre lot, shed Bx16
w/ elec. for $40,000 or
travel trailer only for
$12,000 call
50-981-8535



1 7190 o
East Tennessee afforda-
ble lake lots and homes
minutes from the Great
Smoky Mountains on pris-
tine Norris Lake. Call
Lakeside Realty
@(8889 2 -5253 or visit
www.lakesiderealty-tn.com.
Rocky Mountain Log
Cabin 35+ Acres w/ Log
cabin $289,900 Access
to 1,000's acres of Fed-
eral Rec. Land. Private
setting w/ Ponderosa
Pines. Minutes to world-
class fishing & hunting. 1
Hour to skiing. Call
(866)OWN-LANDx4264
Steal My Marshfront
Owner sacrifice!ll Drop
dead gorgeous
Marshfront. My neighbor
paid $389,900. I'l sell
mine for less than the
bank repo's. My six fig-
ure loss is your gain.
$229,900 Call:
(877)913-5253.

Virginia Mountains 2
acres on mountain top
near New River State
Park, great fishing, view,
private. $29,500 must
sell, call owner
(866)789-8535.




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