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Laurel Hill

mayor setting

goals for city
Brian Hughes
Cirestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL Chatting with citi-
zens over an iced tea at the town's
unofficial, community center, the
last week, Mayor-
elect Ferrin Camp-
bell Jr. reflected
on the challenges
ahead.
This afternoon
at 2 p.m., Camp-
bell, new city coun-
FERRIN cili members Joan
CAMPBELL JR. Smith and Willie
Mae Toles, and re-
turning councilman Robby Adams
Will be sworn into office..
Campbell was 'already .gear-
ing up to address, several press-
ing issues. The state of the town's
streets was among them.
An imnrediate goal is to return
Thomas Road to county control,
Campbell said. The, dirt road on
the north side of town heads west
toward Alabama and has been a
constant maintenance drain on the
town's limited resources.
See MAYOR A4


ONE MORE MISSION

Local WWII vets aboard first Okaloosa Honor Flight


Brian Hughes
Creshtiew News Bulletin
Like most World War [I veterans, Johnie Courtney


num sponsor, th
the first Honor
County will be i
Dr. Michael
nCif-f i th fli


is modest when it comes to discussing his war hero- UUl-ee, iL-1 su ,e
.ism. He's joined on t
He didn't mention he'd been shot down in Italy and Stephanie Dupr
spent a week behind German lines until partisans got of business dew
him safely through to the Allies. They join a
He talked instead about the camaraderie. He men- three for ever.
toned the intensity He described how lteing a U.S. aboard the flight
,"Their role is
Army Air Corps diver bomber pilot involved mostly on- gentlemen ha'
the-job training. in Washington a
But he didn't talk about his own heroism. in Washington
Real heroes are like that. eherone th
To World War II veterans like Lt. Col. Courtney they Jenn Perking. "T
were just doing their duty.
It's up to the rest of us to recognize their heroism ustto reach ot
and make sure their service is honored and remem- just to reach ou
broes.
bered. "It's just such
When the latest Emerald Coast Honor Flight took service to be ab
off from Northwest Florida Regional Airport this morn- community Eve
ing, there were many in our community who, if they more and more
weren't physically aboard the jet, were flying to Wash- One of the h
ington. D.C., with the vets in spirit. sion is John 1
It's one way the community recognizes the heroes Corps staff sei
among us. Honor Flights are completely funded by apologetic that
donations and sponsorships.
With the North Okaloosa Medical Center as its plati- See N

A HERO'S STORY.
Johnie Courtney of Baker entered the U.S. Army in 1937, and, after
basic training, was assigned to the Air Corp
"I had great ideas," he said. "My intention was to go to West Point,
then, follow-up with a pilot program. But the West Point thing never ma-
terialized. We didn't have the political pull.
"But anything in the Army beat picking' cotton in those days," Court-
ney said."
"That was the tail end of the Depression, and we didn't have any
money to go to college, and the Army offered a pretty good program,
and I just took advantage of it.
While a student at Baker High School, Courtney participated in the
Civilian Military 'Training Program, a forerunner of the ROTC. When he
See HERO A4


ie veterans aboard today's flight,
Flight to depart from Okaloosa
n good hands.
Fbley, the hospital's chief medical
ght's onboard chief medical officer.
board by NOMC nursing director
'ee and the hospital's director
elopment Lynn Yort.
a team of "guardians,"
group of eight veterans,
ht.
s to make sure these
e a wonderful time
and are treated like
t they are." said
NOMC director of
is will be a really
unity for them
t to these he-
h an amazing
>le to offer the
ve' day we lose
of these heroes."
heroes on today's mis-
Bruewer, an Army Air
rgeant who was almost
his wartime service was
MISSION A4


WELCOME THEM HOME!
Join in the celebration as Okaloosa
County welcomes home its World War II
heroes. The celebration will be at North-
west Florida Regional Airport tonight
starting at 7:20 p.m. The public is invited
to turn out in support of our heroes.
Post a message of thanks and con-
gratulations for'our World War II heroes
at our Web site, www.crestviewbulletin.
com. to learn more about Honor Flight
and being a donor, volunteer or guard-
ian, visit www.emeraldcoasthonbr-
flight.com.


TRIP OF A
LIFETIME:
John
Bruewer
discusses
his plans
for the
Emerald
Coast
Honor
Flight.,

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A2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Police report: 3-year-old injured by sedative dart


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The North Okaloosa
Medical Center Emer-
gency Room on March 15
received a call stating a
3-year-old girl stuck her-
self with a Crestview Ani-
mal Control sedative dart,
according to a Crestview
Police Department report.
The injury initially was
diagnosed as a small punc-
ture wound. After a sec-
ond examination, the girl
was diagnosed with posss
(possible) reaction to Ket-
amine," the sedative in the
dart.
The parents said the
girl slept for 20 hours after
the contact with the dart,
and that she vomited six
to eight times. The par-
ents said they were told


by the second doctor that
the symptoms were con-
sistent with a reaction to
Ketamine. The medical re-
port states the girl was in
no immediate danger.
According to the Crest-
view Police Department
report, two pit bulls at 918
Texas Parkway were not
secured and were running
freely through the area
and had attacked two peo-
ple on March 14.
The dogs' owner, Chris-
topher Dreading, who also
is the girl's father, has been
charged with attack or bite
by a dangerous dog.
According to the report,
"Due to the animals agitat-
ed state and the fact they
were classified as danger-
ous animals Crestview
Animal Control Officer
Robert Carr used a seda-


tive dart and deployed it in
(one of the dog's) stomach
area."
The first police report
says the dog hit by the
sedative dart "barked
loudly and ran to the back
of the residence." The
report states the other dog
"immediately ran into the
residence."
A supplemental nar-
rative in the first report
also states the dog struck
by the dart ran toward the
back of the house.
A second police report,
describing the girl's injury,
states "after the dog was
struck, it immediately ran
inside the residence."
According to the sec-
ond report "Officer Carr
advised he looked for the
dart in the immediate area
where he observed the dog.


run with negative results.
Officer Carr stated due to
Dreading's behavior and
the other brown nose pit
bull running around, he
forgot about the dart. Of-
ficer Carr advised he then
was notified that Dread-
ing's daughter had stuck
herself in the leg with the
dart. Officer Carr stated he
did not see the dog run to
the dog kennel behind the
residence where the al-
leged incident occurred."
The parents say the
girl accidentally sat on the
dart while playing in the
kennel area.
According to city re-
cords, the two dogs were
classified -as dangerous
following a vicious dog
complaint on March 3.
The dogs were impounded
March 4 pending comple-


tion of a secure enclosure
for the dogs. The dogs
were returned March 11
after an enclosure was
completed and inspected.
Animal Control responded
to the home March 12 af-
ter the animals were re-
ported unrestrained and
unmuzzled outside the en-
closure.
The Crestview Police
Department was called
to the home March 14 af-
ter an animal complaint
phoned in by a neighbor.
Police were told the dogs
were unmuzzled and run-
ning loose through the
neighborhood. Polite re-
ceived a separate 911 call
from a man Who stated he
and his father received
bites 'from the dogs on
Texas Parkway. The man
and his father later identi-


fied the dogs as the same
ones who bit them. Police
observed "a large area of
skin on his shin was torn
and bleeding" on the fa-
. their.
The dogs later "were
showing (their teeth) and
charging" two CPD offi-
cers.
Dreading told police
"he closed the front and
rear gate and that some-
body 'must have opened'
the gates.'"
The animals were
seized and taken into the
custody of Crestview Ani-
mal Control. Dreading
claims he was threatened
before he gave up custody
of the dogs. According
to two of the officers, he
told police he would get 25
more pit bulls and let them
run loose in his yard.


News BRIEFS


Okaloosa teachers
get layoff notices
The reality of statewide
budget cuts .in education
made its way to Okaloosa
County schools this week,
as hundreds of teachers
were notified that those on
annual contracts will not be
renewed.
Teachers who have
worked in the school dis-
trict for'three years or less
are contracted annually
and will be "non-renewed."
About 300 teachers
could find themselves with-
out jobs next school year,
although some could return
to the classroom if budget
conditions improve.
"From all indications
and what we hear from Tal-
lahassee, it's not going to be
near that bad," said Greg
Butler, executive director
of the Okaloosa County Ed-
ucation Association.
Kelli Hernandez /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers


'Sucker-punch' sends
resident to jail
A "sucker-punch" sent
one Crestview resident to-
jail this weekend. '
David Erin Nelson, 26,
was arrested on charges
of aggravated battery af--
ter the 6-foot, 260-pound
Crestview man was ac-
cused of sucker-punching
a man half his size for no
apparent reason, law dffi-
cials'said.
According to police re-
ports, Nelson is wanted
in Calcasieu Parish, La.,
after he was involved in
a physical altercation
Friday night outside of a'
Lake Charles strip club.
Witnesses said Nel-
son was thrown out of
the club. While he was
outside of the club argu-
ing, an unidentified man
pulled into the park-
ing lot and got out of his
car. As. the man walked
into the club, Nelson
reportedly punched the


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SUNDAY DRIVE HALTED: Thi's Chrysler Sebring rolled
several times and came to rest on a fence post at
the intersection of Poverty Creek Road and Eden
,Road. The driver was the only occupant and was'
not seriously injured. The accident occurred Sunday
morning.


5-foot-6-inch man one
time, knocking him un-.
conscious. The victim still
is in a local hospital with
life threatening injuries.
Nelson was one of five


violent felons arrested by
the U.S. Marshals Florida
Regional Fugitive Task
Force this week.
Mona Moore / Flori-
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Phillips settles
price-fixing lawsuits
Two price-fixing law-
suits brought by the state
against Ryan Phillips, the
owner of Crestview-based
Fill-ups Food Stores, have
been settled.
Under terms of the
agreement, Phillips will
pay $200,000 in fines and
$75,000 for the cost of litiga-
tion.
Phillips, who owns more
than 70 Northwest Florida
stores, was also "prohib-
ited from communicating
with competitors about re-
tail gasoline prices or seek-
ing to enter into anypricing
agreement with competi-
tors," a release from Flor-
ida Attorney General Bill
McCollum's Office said.
McCollum said in his
release he was hopeful the
sanctions imposed against
Phillips "will serve as an ex-
ample to others who might
attempt to unlawfully seek
financial rewards at a cost
to the general public."
"Price fixing hurts both
consumers and the econo-
my in general,"' McCollum
was quoted as saying.
Phillips,, ,d his attor-
ney, Gillis Powell, scoffed
at the attorney general's
news release.
"That's quite a spin
.they've got," said Powell.
Both men said the state
never had a case to prose-
cute and therefore allowed
the lawsuits, filed in 2006
and 2007, to languish.
"The decision to settle
was purely economic for
Ryan," Powell said of the
convenience store mag-
nate.
-- Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers


Rape suspect charged
with stalking victim
A man implicated in
a suspected rape was
charged with aggravated
stalking and witness tam-
pering on March 17 after
he repeatedly tried to coni-
tact the victim, .according
to his arrest report.
The sexual battery inci-
dent occurred on Feb. 22.
The suspect is Trent
Leonard Pope, an 18-year-
old Crestview man.
In the first incident,
Pope went to the woman's
home and made "threat-
ening" statements to her
father, according to his ar-
rest report.
On the second occasion,
the suspect allegedly ques-
tioned the victim by phone,
asking what she had re-
ported to police. During
that conversation, the
victim said Pope told her
he was going to do "some-
thing" if she continued to
talk, the report said.
In the third incident,
the victim was at Twin
Hills Park with a friend
when the suspect came up
and began questioning her.
When she told him she had
made a written statement,
he began yelling at her
and told her to "shut up"
and not say anything else.
She also told police she
had changed her phone
number, but he had gotten
her new number and con-
tinued to call her.
Pope was issued tres-
pass warnings for Twin
Hills Park and Northwest
Florida State College,
where the victim attends
classes.
Wendy Victora /
Florida, Freedom News-
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Wednesday, April 1, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


about 'All About Love'


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
ENGAGED: The Okaloosa Chamber Singers' spring concert Friday evening at the First Presbyterian Church of Niceville engaged
a diverse audience with an intriguing program of music from Georg Telemann to Cole Porter.


Review: OCS spring

concert a sheer delight

Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

During their spring concerts last week-
end, the venerable Okaloosa Chamber Sing-
ers made a significant departure from the
traditional programs of dignified classical
and ecclesiastical pieces that are hallmarks
of their expert performances.
It was absolutely delightful.
The program was a wonderful blend of
music ranging from 17th- to 20th-century
composers, from truly uplifting religious
pieces to truly toe-tapping Broadway tunes.
In between, we delighted to an Irish folk
tune, an absolutely rousing rendition of.
* "Shenandoah," a heart-swelling patriotic
medley that included a setting of "America
- the Beautiful" and Irving Berlin's beloved
"'God Bless America," and a swinging medley
of Gershwin gems.
No one can doubt the virtuosity of the Oka-
loosa Chamber Singers. Founded in 1994 by
Crestview's gifted Dr. Marilyn Overturf, who
remains its director, the auditioned ensemble


"strives to bring the highest caliber choral
music and vocal performance to Northwest
Florida," to quote from the program notes.
Its goals are noble and its performances
impressively professional. A drawback, how-
ever, is that unless an audience member is
versed in classical music, too many vintage
choral works in a program begin to blend
together to an untrained ear.
Add the complication of many works being
sung in Latin or foreign languages, and even
the most appreciative audience member can
get lost in a swelling of stately works consid-
erably higher than his brow.
That most definitely was not the case
Friday and Sunday evenings when the OCS
presented "All About Love" at the First Pres-
byterian Church of Niceville and the Destin
United Methodist Church.
The variety of music we enjoyed was
grouped in four segments: Love of God, Hu-
man Love, Love ofAmerica and Love on
Broadway.
By including secular and familiar pieces,
Overturf and her 24-voice ensemble engaged
the entire audience, which ranged in age
from elementary school kids and high-school-
ers through retirees.
Bringing performers down from the risers
and letting them engage in a little choreog-
raphy further enlivened the evening. As the


quartet performed "Let's Call the Whole
Thing Off," audience members craned their
necks to watch their antics.
Adding instrumental accompaniment fur-
ther added to the diversity and enjoyment of
the evening. A quartet of ultra-talented stu-
dents from the Northwest Florida Symphony
Youth Orchestra accompanied several num-
bers, as did Davidson Middle School choral
music instructor Keitha Bledsoe and Trinity
United Methodist Church music director
Kevin Shular.
There's no question that the Okaloosa
Chamber Singers is the region's premiere
choral group. Their talents are unsurpassed.
Alas, they sometimes so surpass their audi-
ence's grasp of classical vocal music that we
are left without a reference to fully appreciate
their extraordinary gifts.
By diversifying the ensemble's most re-
cent program, however, Overturf assured an
.appreciative, engaged audience that enjoyed
an evening of inspiring, elevating, toe-tapping
: and entertaining music.
Overturf once lamented to me that she
could no longer get audiences to attend the
OCS concerts once held in Crestview. With
programs as pleasantly diverse as this week-
end's, there's no reason for the Okaloosa
Chamber Singers not to return to the county
seat for some of its concerts.


Al


Community Arts CALENDAR

Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

'Give My Regards to Broadway'
APRIL 2-5 Florida Chautauqua Theatre presents this lively George M. Cohan
musical. Performances are at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday
at the theatre, 840 Baldwin Ave. in downtown DeFuniak Springs. E-mail info@fc-
web.org or call 850-892-q494 for ticket information or reservations.
Share your arts and entertainment event with the community! E-mail your infor-
mation to brianh@crestviewbulletin.com or call 850-682-6524.


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

LIBRARY BOOK
SALE:. The Friends of the
Crestview Library will
hold their spring book sale
Friday through Sunday at
the library on Commerce
Drive.
Movies and hand-paint-
ed plates also will be for
sale.
From 5 to 8 p.m. Friday,
a preview sale will be held.
Cost is $2 for nonmem-
bers; Friends members
admitted free of charge.
The Saturday and Sunday
hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
OST PAGEANT!
APRIL 11: The Crestview
High School cheerleaders
will sponsor the Old Span-
ish Trail Kings & Queens
Pageant April 11, with the
birth- to 5-year-old group
at 2 p.m. and 6- to 21-year-
old group at 6 p.m. The
deadline to enter is at noon
April 4, no exceptions..
The pageant is un-
der the direction of M&D
Events (www.events-
md.com). For details, call
682-0031, 682-6129 or 682-
2175.
CAR SHOW: The
Spanish Trail Cruisers of
Crestview will host their
ninth annual Timeless
Classics car show April 18
in downtown Crestview.
Registration is from 8 a.m.
to noon, with dash plaques
and goody bags going to
the first 50 entrants.


The event will include a com.
poker run, car show, swap VENDORS WANTED:
meet and yard sale. Poker MOMS Club of Crestview
run registration starts at is sponsoring a Spring
8 a.m.; parking for show Fling consignment sale
entries is from noon to 3 from 7 to 11 a.m. April 25
p.m. at Central Baptist Church.
For show information, Vendor applications are
call Mike Turman at 428- now being accepted.
1161. For vendor informa- Spaces are available for
tion, call Frances Gautney $10. Proceeds from ven-
,at 689-1007. For swap meet dor spaces will benefit
or yard sale information, Toys for Tots. Spaces will
call Danny Tate at 682- be provided on a first-
6623. come, first-serve basis.
ABWA MEETING: Contact LeAnne Archer
Will, begin at 5:15 p.m. at 850-240-3807 to reserve
April 14 at Azteca Mexi- a space or for more infor-
can Restaurant in Crest- mation.
view with networking. It KLASINC & LON-
will feature Jason Mob- CAR GUITAR DUO:
ley of Unique Physiques The Humanities, Fine & ,
and -the Crestview News Performing Arts Divi-'
Bulletin. A 50/50 draw- sion at Northwest Florida
ing will be held and door State College presents the
prizes distributed. Bring a award-winning husband
friend. For details, contact and wife guitar. duo of Na-
Susie Chestnut, at 259- tasa Klasinc and Miroslav
3001 or susiechestnut@ Loncar in concert at 7 p.m.
gmail.com, Beth Panzik at on April 7, in the Tyler
865-8376 or bpanzik@ya- Recital Hall in the Mattie
hoo.com, or Kathi Ridge Kelly Arts Center complex.
at 902-0542 or kathiridge@ Admission is a suggest-
gmail.com. Web site at ed donation of $7 for stu-
www.abwacrestview.org. dents, $10 for adults.
MOSAIC 5K RUN/ The concert features a
WALK: Will be held at 8:30 delightful blend of baroque,
a.m. April 18 at the Old classical and romantic
Spanish Trail Park pavil- compositions with Loncar's
ion on Stillwell Boulevard original works, transcrip-
in Crestview. It includes tions, and arrangements of
a one-mile Kids Fun Run Croatian and other Medi-
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fun of an Okaloosa County sum-
mer.
Student artists can enter the
OAA's poster design contest
through April 13. The thenhe
of the poster entries should be
"Summer Fun," according to
an OAA release. Other require-
ments:
Posters should be 8 2" x 11"
Media can include markers,
paint, pastels, charcoal or cray-
ons
All Okaloosa County school
students are eligible to com-
pete.
Artwork chosen for each
school will be on display at the
Family Fun Arts Fest from 11
a.m. to 5 p.m. May 17 at Hender-
son Beach State Park in Destin.
Winners will be chosen by a
panel of judges and announced
at the arts fest. First-, second-
and third-place winners in each
category of' elementary, middle
and high school students will be
announced. The winners will re-
ceive gift cards ranging from $25
to $100.
The first-place winners' art-
work will be used on all 2010 pro-
motional materials for the third
annual Family Fun Arts Fest.
Submissions for the contest
should include with the poster
the name of the artist, the stu-
dent's grade and the name of the
school. Mail submissions to the
Okaloosa Arts Alliance, Atten-
tion: School Poster Contest, PO.
Box 4426, Fort Walton Beach, FL
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Local


Wednesday, April 1, 2009


MISSION from page Al


mostly clerical work in Loui-
siana.
"I was on the ground the
whole time I was in the ser-
vice. I didn't do anything but
paperwork," Sgt. Bruewer
said. "All of my work was
with a typewriter."
It wasn't that he was not
prepared and eager to go
overseas to help win the war.
Uncle Sam, in his wisdom,
just decided otherwise.
"I was qualified in every
way (to fight), but the Army
seemed to think they need-
ed me over here more," he
said. "I did as much as I
could. I never thought I was
much of a soldier but they
kept me for three years
anyway."
(More modesty. Even to-


day the military has nearly
five support members for
every fighting soldier).
"He was the one who
started it and finished it for
many of the guys," said Sgt.
Bruewer's son-in-law Tom
Moody. "He did the work to'
get them over there, and he
brought them home."
Making sure that vets
like Lt. Col. Courtney and
Sgt. Bruewer get an oppor-
tunity to see the national
monument erected in honor
of their service is an urgent
task.
"It is a privilege for
North Okaloosa Medical
Center to be a part of Em-
erald Coast Honor Flight,"
said North Okaloosa CEO
David Sanders. "Our or-


ganization is dedicated to
caring for our community,
and through this program,
we have the opportunity
to reach out and positively
impact the lives of some of
our nation's greatest he-
roes.
"In light of the sacrifices
they have made for their
nation and for their fel-
low Americans, I consider
our sponsorship of Honor
Flight to be but a small
tribute to their momentous
accomplishments," Sand-
ers said
For weeks Courtney and
Bruewer have been looking
forward to today's flight.
"I know quite a bit about
the memorial," Lt. Col.,
Courtney said. "I was a do-


nor and worked on getting
the originalAunds to set it up.
It took a long time."
Sgt. Bruewer is looking
forward to spending time
with his fellow veterans,
sharing stories and laughs.
"It'll be quite an experi-
ence," he said. "I'm really
looking forward to it."
The private and company
contributions and sponsor-
ships plus countless vol-
unteer hours that make 'an
Honor Flight such as today's
a reality mirror the onboard
heroes' own wartime phi-
losophy.
"You don't have individu-
als and you don't survive as
individuals," observed Lt.
Col. Courtney. "You survive
as a team effort."


MAYOR from page Al


A road grader owned
by the city to maintain the
road has spent more time
broken than it has in opera-
tion, Campbell observed.
Campbell sees forth-
coming federal funds as a
means of addressing road
repairs.
"The thing Laurel Hill
can do is get some of this
stimulus money to get
some of the roads done,"
he said.
Overdue water bills have
hurt the city's already tight
income, he said. Making it
easier for residents to pay
their bill will benefit the
city coffers, he said. One
solution he hopes to imple-
ment is allowing payment


by debit or credit card.
"I think that will elimi-
nate a lot of these delin-
quencies," Campbell said.
Foremost, however, is
finding a new city clerk as
Crista Shepheard recently
announced her resigna-
tion.
There is no shortage of
applicants for her position,
Campbell said. The city
has received more than 90
applications, some from
as far away as Montgom-
ery, Ala.; and Fort Walton
Beach.
"A couple of them have
MBAs," Campbell said. "To
me, that's a sign of how bad
things are (with the econo-
my).:"


HERO from page Al


wasn't in school he'd attend
CMT training at Fort Baran-
cas in Pensacola.
"I graduated in June of
'37, then on the 18th of August
I was sworn in," he said.
Though a runner-up for
one of two West Point slots,
"neither one of the other
guys failed, so then I applied


to go to flying school," Court-
ney said.
In 1939 he wound up at a
flying school at a new base
in Savannah, Ga. The future
aces trained on PT-17s, an old
bi-plane. He finished training
at Kelly Field, Texas, on BC-
is, an advanced, trainer.
"Then the war came


along and things started
happening," Courtney said.
"Once Pearl Harbor came
along, everything changed.
They reorganized, then we
started being assigned to
different organizations and
forming fighting organiza-
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I went to North Africa," he
continued. "We went in at
Casablanca. We were sup-
porting the British. Then
we started making raids on
Sicily and the southern part
of Italy."
By now he was flying A-
36 dive bombers, a new type
of aircraft.
"We didn't have any his-
tory on any airplane," Court-
ney said. "They built it, and
they brought it over, and you
had to figure out how to use
it."
After the landings at
Anzio in 1944, Courtney re-
turned to the States and
was part of another new unit
sent to the Pacific.
"When we got the air-
craft we went to the West
Coast and loaded out on a
Jeep carrier (a commercial
ship with a flight deck added
to it)," he said.
Immediately he saw ac-
tion at Guam, Tinian and
Saipan. Flying P-47s from
Guam, "our primary duty
was to escort the B-29s to
Japan," he said.
"But we had to get to Iwo
Jima first," he said. "We fin-
ished up after the Marines
invaded and got a landing
strip for us."
Their focus was soon on


what some
call "Japan's
Pearl Har-
bor," an atoll
called wruke
"Wruk
was a Japa-
nese strong-
hold," Court-
JOHNIE Cneysaid."We
COURTNEY didn't try to
penetrate it
until we flew missions down
there and it kinda softened
up a little bit. They were
pretty long missions in a
fighter airplane, eight to ten
hours at a time."
From their base on Iwo
Jima, "when the B-29s start-
ed making daylight raids, we
started covering them into
Japan,'" Courtney said.
"Just before the war was
over the P-51 people got in a
lot of trouble and lost a lot of
pilots," he said.
Hidden Japanese sol-
diers attacked an American
bade camp one night and
killed a lot of pilots. They
didn't damage the aircraft,
but targeted the men who
flew them, Courtney said.
"I went over to the P-51
organization and finished
up the war with them," he
said.
S Courtney stayed in the


Air Corps after it became
the U.S. Air Force, retiring
"for the first time" in 1961, at
which time he joined the re-
serves. He remained a test
pilot, stationed at Eglin Air
Force Base, until his final
separation in 1982.He re-
tired as a lieutenant colonel.
He remains modest
about his service during the
Second World War.
, "You talk about a bunch'
of ignorant people trying
to figure out how to do
something," he chuckled.
"We didn't have any pre-
conceived notion how to
fight a war. Every mission
was a different thing all to-
gether.
"One daywe'd be fighting
tanks and strafing trucks
and the next day you're
fighting to keep your butt
in the air. Somebody would
come in and say what was
needed and we'd, find a way
to do it. We had to write the
book as we went," Lt. Col.
Courtney said.
"You don't have any
'expert warriors.' It's hard
to believe anybody could
step into the missions we
had to do and not be really
concerned, in other words,
afraid, of what you're get-
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Gerald Rodman Flynn
1943-2009
Retired Major Ger- dren, Shane and Lauren
ald R. Flynn of DeFuniak Flynn; wife, Kay Flynn;
Springs, born on July stepson, Scott Deck-
7, 1943 in Grand Rapids er; stepgrandchildren,
Mich., moved with the Heather Baltzell and
United States Air Michael Decker;
Force to several along with many
places around the nieces and neph-
world before set- ews, all of whom he
tling down in his loved and cared for
home in Deu- deeply. He was pre-
niak Springs, Fla., ceded in death by
where he passed k his father, Herbert
away on March 25, GERALD Flynn and stepson,
2009. FLYNN Dean Decker.
He leaves be- Burial will be


hind a large group
of loving friends, along
with his mother, Mary
Flynn; brother, Richard
and wife Julie Flynn;
daughter, Zach LaPointe;
son, Erich and wife
Lori Flynn; grandchil-


held at Arlington
National Cemetery on
May 21, 2009 at 9 a.m.
Sign, leave a remem-
brance, or view the guest
book for Gerald Flynn on-
line at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.


Elaine Money, age 59,
of Crestview, passed away
Wednesday, March 25, 2009.
She was born June 30, 1949
in Crestview and was a life-
long resident of the area.
Elaine was a member of
Oakridge Assembly of God,
a homemaker and dedicated
wife and mother.
Survivors include her
husband of 40 years, Ronald


Sarah (Sara) Sanders,
age 73, of Laurel Hill, was
called home to be with our
Lord on Sunday, March 22,
2009. Funeral services were
held Saturday, March 28 at
Mount Zion Baptist Church
with Pastor Solomon Bell of-
ficiating and with McKinnie
Funeral Home directing.
Born in Brewton, Ala.


Money of Crestview; two chil-
dren, Scott and Janet Lee
Money, both of Crestview;
two sisters, Linda Fraizer of
Versaille, Ky., and Rita Lash
of Pensacola; mother-in-law,
Ruby Money of Crestview,
sisters-in-law and brothers-
in-law, Elise (Ore) Heath
and Joyce (Obie), Heath,
both of Crestview, and
Devon (Carolyn) Money of


Sara moved to Laurel Hill,
which she had called home
since the early 1970s. She
confessed faith in Christ at
an early age, rededicating
her life to Christ in 1972 and
joining Pure and Heart of
Laurel Hill.
She was preceded in
death by her husband, Rob-
ert Sanders Sr., and daugh-


Baconton, Ga.; numerous
nieces and nephews.
Funmeral services were
held at 2 p.m. Saturday,
March 28 at Oakridge As-
sembly of God in Crestview
with the Revs. Ben Martin
and Edwin Vickers officiat-
ing. Burial followed in Alma-
rante Cemetery. The family
received friends one hour
prior to the service.


ter, Joanne Sanders.
Sara leaves to cherish
her memories five sons,
Robert JR. (Marilyn) of
Lake City, George, Tommy
Lee and Mike, all of Laurel
Hill; Bobby Joe of Crest-
view; four daughters, Betty,
Natalie (Amos) both of Lau-
rel Hill; Rose (Solomon) of
Lake City and Mary Ann


Flowers are appreci-.
ated or contributions may
be made to Hospice of the
Emerald Coast. Brackney
Funeral Service, Crestview,
was in charge of arrange-
ments.
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HUBBUB

Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Ryan Phillips settles gas price fixing law-
suits
The story said "We were close to having the case
dismissed for lack of prosecution and that's one of the
reasons for the settlement." Why not just wait for the
dismissal then and save some money instead of settling
for $275,000?

This is why I only shop at Tom Thumb!

Topic: Okaloosa County Tax Collector Chris
Hughes' office spent $180,000 on travel since 2005
I work very hard for my money. To send these people
to a resort for a conference is a ridiculous. I don't need
excellent customer service to pay my taxes. In fact, I
find these reps not very customer service oriented when
I go in to pay my taxes. Boot him out!

Topic: North Okaloosa Fire District citizen's ad-'
visory committee clarifies request to organize com-
mittee so it would not be subject to Sunshine Law
requirements
My request to avoid the sunshine law requirements
was not intended to keep the public or the media in the
dark. It is only a way to avoid all the notification require-
ments of the law because we are not experts in those
requirements and would most likely find ourselves
crosswise with it. The Citizens Advisory Committee
would in fact welcome your ideas. The NOFD has finan-
cial problems and must cut costs to the level allowed
by their income. What do you suggest they do? What
services are you willing to do without? What services
are you willing to pay a fee to receive? Do you have any
suggestion to cut expenses? Ifyou will send your ideas
to me at dansherx at gmail dot com I will present them
to the committee.

Topic: Crestview city council addresses a variety,
of topics
I'm curious how this Bingo Parlor is really going to
benefit Crestview or any Crestview charities. (Crest-
view Bingo asked the city council to amend the current
"bingo ordinance" so it can. continue to operate at past
levels.) City Council please check.under the hood on this
one. I like the idea of naming the Police Building and
Auditorium after-two area patriots (George Whitehurst
and Preston Medley). Mr. Holley keep them on the right
track.

I believe the (city's newly purchased building at Old
Spanish Trail Park) is going to primarily be used for the
police department, so it should simply be referred to as
the Crestview Police Department building. The current
public safety building, city hall, community center, etc.
do not have fancy narpes. Just call it what it is and stop
tryingto be dramatic about it! Besides, what exactly did.
George Whitehurst do in relation to this building? He is
the reason we need this building.,'. because he refused
to foresee the city's growth.

Topic: Police report indicates 3-year-old girl was
injured by animal control sedative dart after it was
used on a pit bull that had reportedly attacked two
men.
You have to take care with these animals! They are
great pets but if they show any aggression, you must.
take precautions. Now, because of owner negligence,
these creatures will most likely be put down.

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts
on any north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com, or post your thoughts at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"That a person can really be a hero to a
near and familiar friend is a thing which
'no hero has ever yet been able to realize."

MARK TWAIN
(1835- 1910)
Norm de plume of Samuel L. Clemens,
American humorist and writer






News Bulletin
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JASON MOBLEY KYLE WRIGHT
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The Crestview News Bulletin is dedicated to provide
accurate, fair and thorough news and information for and
about the residents of the Crestview and North Okaloosa
County. A cornerstone of the Crestview News Bulletin, a
Freedom Communications Inc. publication, is the vitality
of a philosophy that promotes freedom and individual rights
for all.


Those who would practice



censorship should be stopped


Last month I wrote an article
about the then upcoming Crestview
city council election, giving my
picks for the three available seats.
(I went three for three, by the way).
It seems I struck quite a nerve.
I spoke with the editor the day
after the paper was published and
he mentioned my article was fast
on its way to becoming the most
viewed and most commented col-
umn of March on the News Bulletin
site, www.crestviewbulletin.com, so
I logged on to check it out.
I was floored by the quantity
and quality of postings. Many were
supportive. Many others were
somewhat less so. A few were sim-
ply incomprehensible. But all were
written by concerned, even if not
fully engaged, citizens. So I was in-
credibly dismayed when I returned
to the site later only to find that
some of my "favorite" postings had
disappeared from the site.
I quickly went on a quest to find
the deleted posts. I did find them
and in the process I learned that
the paper staff has absolutely no
control over the initial removal '
of comments from the site which
shares its formatting with other
weekly papers published by the
Bulletin's parent company (the
Bulletin is owned by Florida Free-
dom Newspapers, Inc., a holding of
Freedom Communications, Inc.).
I also learned the editor has made
an effort in the past to change the
current system but apparently his
requests were not funneled to the
appropriate channels.
As for the disappearing com-
ments, it seems that some individu-
als have learned how to game the
system that is currently in place,
thereby ultimately resulting in the
automated removal of comments
that these individuals find disagree-


NATHAN BOYLES
Ask the Attorney


able. In essence,
these individuals
have.perverted a
system designed
to filter "obscene,
vulgar, lewd, sexu-
ally-oriented, threat-
ening, libelous, or
illegal" comments,
twisting it into a tool-
for the suppression


of free speech.
So, for the sake of fairness, I
asked that the paper manually re-
post all ofthe deleted comments,
which it did. I am also including
a representative sampling of the
deleted comments below. Please
enjoy:
"Boyles is as full of hot air as (a
prior commenter) and likes to hear
himself talk as much also."
"This guy must think we are
stupid. He can't even vote in this
election and we are supposed to
listen to him. The Crestview Resi-
dents don't care who you would
pick, you don't have a vote. Go vote
in Holt."
"when I need a lawyer to tell me
how to vote will be a cold day-if he
want to pick people for me to vote
for tell him to move to the city and
run for office"'
"Seems like your on the outside
of the fishbowl looking in, repre-
senting the "Fat Cats" that know
your secret handshake. Be a REAL
attorney and represent the peoples
choice, not your own opinion from,
your friendship circle."
You will note that none of these
comments are obscene, vulgar,
lewd, sexually-oriented, threaten-
ing, libelous (except as to me ... and
I asked for it) or illegal, and yet they
were removed from the newspa-
per's Web site. Of course, the media
is not a branch of government and


as such is not subject to the First
Amendment's prohibition against
the abridgement of free speech. Yet,
I find this sort of censorship most
shocking given that newspaper
companies (Freedom Communica-
tions not least among them) have
been some of the most stalwart
defenders of free speech since our
nation's very inception.
I commend the Freedom family
of papers for opening its Web sites
to the average user as an additional
conduit for the free speech so vital
to democracy. However, I implore
whoever has ultimate responsibility
for the Bulletin's Web site platform
to take whatever action is neces-
sary to free these forums from the
automated censorship that certain
interested individuals have learned
to manipulate.
As for the people whose com-
ments were deleted from the site,
I contend only that having taken
the time to comment within the
parameters set by the Web site,
they deserve as full and fair an op-
portunity to be heard as any other
commenter. I will leave it to you
to judge the accuracy and value of
their comments and would add only
one comment of my own to the re-
cord: When it comes to handshakes,
I prefer mine the old-fashioned way;
firm, simple and full of integrity.

Nathan D. Boyles, Attorney at
Law, practices at 204 N. Main St.;
Crestview, FL 32536. He can be
reached at 689-8505. His column
will appear on the first Wednes-
day of the month. This column is
intended for general educational
and entertainment purposes and
is not legal advice. Every situation
is unique. If you have a legal issue
you should contact a lawyer who
can provide counsel.


Letters to the EDITOR


Family in need
after flooding
A Crestview Law En-
forcement family has been
forced from its home due
to rising flood waters at
the front door. They were
boated out to safety. They
lost their van and were
forced to leave their house
with only their clothes on
their back. This family
needs clothes and shoes
to get through until the
time they can get to their
home and see if the flood
waters entered their
house. (The house was
severely damaged by
water). It could be days. I
am enclosing a list of the


sizes. If you are able to
donate some clothes or
shoes, I will be happy to
pick them up in the Crest-
view area. You can e-mail
at policewife@cox.net.
Items needed:
12-year-old boy clothes
size 12
9-year-old boy clothes
size 5/7
7-year-old girl clothes
size 6/7
11-year-old girl clothes
size 10/12
Mom clothes size 6
pants and medium shirt
Dad clothes pants size
38 and extra large shirt
Any other donations.
greatly appreciated and
accepted.


Thank you my friends!
Marie Bundrick

Learn about county
budget process
Many Okaloosa county
citizens will be protesting
at local tea parties on April
15 and May 17.. Some citi-
zens will be participating
in a country-wide effort to
send tea bags and toilet pa-
per to our president, con-
gress and senate on April
1 to express displeasure of
spending practices.
But how many Okaloosa
' county citizens will attend
Okaloosa County's first
budget workshop on April
28? Now is the time for


your input, before decisions
are'made on how your tax
money is allocated.
Kathy Foster
Fort Walton Beach

Fine just a drop in
the bucket
Mr. Phillips' gas price
fixing fine, is just a drop in
the bucket compared to
the money he's made in
Crestview. We pay five to
10 cents more'for gas than
Fort Walton Beach.
So tell me what's really
going on. What's their ex-
cuse?
Thank you,
Steve Brown
Crestview


North Okaloosa HISTORY


ANN SPANN
North Okolooso
History


From April 1936
The collective efforts of
county, state, and federal
resettlement program will
construct a bridge over
Blackwater River on Road
No. 62 west of Baker. The
bridge was washed out in
heavy rains two years ago,


but means for repairing or
rebuilding it have not ex-
isted.
Plans call for timber
used in construction to be
supplied by the county, with
machinery and supervision'
by the state road depart-
ment, and labor being
provided by the resettlement


program.
Blackwater bridge on
this road is one of the most
important projects in the
county as it is heavily trav-
eled and services an impor-
tant part of the county. Plans
call for making the new
bridge a modern permanent
structure.


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PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
TRAGEDY: The driver of this truck drowned when flood waters swept it off the road
at the Little Pond Creek Bridge on Highway 393 north of Dorcas.


RESCUE WORK: Dorcas Volunteer Fire
Department personnel and Game & Wildlife
officers worked to rescue three families from
Turkey Track Road in Dorcas as flood waters
rose.


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BRING THEM TO SAFETY: A Dorcas
Fire Department volunteer pulls
children to safety on Turkey Track
Road.


Important Facts About,
Co Ron Cancer
Dr. Ranjith Dissanayake, Cancer Specialist
Sacred Heart Medical Oncology Group
Wednesday, April 1 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
Crestview Community Center
located at 1446 Commerce Dr. in Cresiview


WASHOUT: The Pond Creek bridge on Lake Ella Road was washed from the pilings
and destroyed.


.. -, 'MIKE SIPOS I Special to the News Bulletin
.r- HIGH WATERS: Water nears the top of
PROPERTY DAMAGE: A home on Poverty recently constructed pavilions in the
Creek Road near the creek was park at Cotton Bridge on Blackwater
flooded. River.


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Wednesday, April 1, 2009


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. _Region BRIEFS


Florida Freedom reports.
PANAMA CITY BEACH
14 2rrc~iA;n mi


was charged with resisting with-
out violence.
CRESTVIEW


SOFj a iiciu11n gUR | |
*j ,,i- i n, C ity Council seeks
incident at Ms. Newby s
name for building


One Beach man and two Ala-
bama men were arrested early
Saturday after one of the men
allegedly pointed a handgun at a
crowd gathered
outside a bar.
Authorities
called to Ms.
Newby's at 811
Thomag Drive
were notified en
route by dis-
patch that three
MICHAEL LEE males in a blue
KASMEIER Chevy pickup
had driven past
the bar and a
passenger wearing a black tank-
top pulled out a gun and pointed
it at the crowd as they drove
past, according to a Bay County
Sheriff's Office incident report.
The suspects were discov-
ered at Ms. Newby's Too at 4103
Thomas Drive and apprehended
after a foot chase with officers,
the report said.
Bouncers from Ms. Newby's
later told officers the three men
were involved in a physical al-
tercation with other customers
and became aggressive when
asked to leave, the report said.
One man allegedly told security,
"I just came back from Afghani-
stan, and I've killed more people
than you can imagine."
Michael Lee Kasmeier, 27,
of Alabama, was charged with
aggravated assault with a deadly
weapon and resisting an officer
with violence, the report said.
Victor Robert Trouy Black-
burn, 21, of Panama City Beach,
was charged with accessory af-
ter the fact and resisting arrest
without violence, the report said.
Justin Holden, 27, of Alabama,


The Crestview City Council
by a 4-1 vote last week tabled a
discussion to determine a formal
name for the city's new building
at Old Spanish Trail Park.
Charles Baugh recommended
naming the building after former
mayor George Whitehurst and
naming the auditorium in the
building after Preston'Medley, a
Baker graduate who *'as killed
in Afghanistan in 2008.
Linda Parker opposed the de-
cision to table, but noted she did
not oppose honoring Whitehurst
or Medley.
PORT ST. JOE
Boyd announces funds
for health department.
U.S. Rep. Allen Boyd
(D-Monticello) announced the
Gulf County Health Depart-
ment in Port St. Joe will receive
$196,485 in stimulus funds to
bolster the availability of quality,
affordable health care for North
Floridians.
These funds were included
in the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act, which was
recently signed into law with
Congressman Boyd's support.
"Improving access to afford-
able and reliable health care is a
priority for me," Boyd said.
"I am pleased that we are
seeing the stimulus funds at
work right here at home. There
is no doubt that Gulf County
Health Department will put this
money to good use."
Gulf County Health Depart-
ment is orie of 43 health centers
in Florida to receive federal


funds from the stimulus bill
under the Increased Demand for
Services (IDS) grant program.
To be eligible, each health center
submitted a plan for how the
funds would be used to expand
services in the community.
FORT WALTON BEACH
Welcome home event
planned for veterans
The public is invited to honor
the "Greatest Generation" at
6 p.m. Wednesday when
103 World War II veterans return
to Northwest Florida Regional
Airport after participating in
the third Emerald Coast Honor
Flight, and the first to fly out of
Okaloosa County.
The veterans will leave early
Wednesday for Washington to
view the World War II Memo-
rial and other monuments. A
welcome home event will greet
them upon their return to North-
west Florida Regional Airport,
including a joint service military
honor guard, marching bands,
U.S. flags for all guests and free
parking.
There are designated park-
ing areas for the event; look for
signs upon arriving at the air-
port. For more information, call
850-651-7160.
MIRAMAR BEACH
Swimmers pulled out
with double redsflying
South Walton Fire District
lifeguards pulled two swimmers
out of the gulf Sunday evening
while double red flags flew on
the beach.
The lifeguards responded to
an area behind Pompano Joe's
restaurant and found a.father
and son caught in a strong rip
current about 6:40 p.m., accord-
ing to a news release.


Gary Wise, beach safety di-
rector for Walton County, said
in a news release that authori-
ties were "proactively warning
people all weekend to stay out of
the water to prevent such an oc-
currence. These surf conditions
are deadly."
Both swimmers refused treat-
ment after lifeguards brought
them to shore, the release said.
Double red flags had been flying
in the area for three days when
the pair was rescued.
CHIPLEY
Chipley woman
faces drug charges
A Washington County woman
was arrested on drug charges
Friday.

Shipes, 34, of Chi-
pley, was arrest-
ed on charges of
manufacturing
of a controlled
JEANIE ANN substance, pos-
SHIPES session of drug
paraphernalia
and child en-
dangerment, and trafficking in
methamphetamines, according
to a Washington County Sheriff's
Office release.
Shipes faces a minimum
mandatory sentence of up to
15 years in prison and fines up to
$250,000, the release said. Shipes
is being held at Washington
County Jail on a $53,500 bond.
PANAMA CITY
Boater's death
ruled a drowning
Medical officials determined
Monday that a.Tallahassee man
whose body was pulled from the
Gulf of Mexico on Sunday died
from drowning.
Morris Hunter Miller, 55, was


in a 21-foot boat that capsized in
the pass off Shell Island and was
unable to make it to shore.
Miller's companion, 33-year-
old Archie White, made it to
shore and alerted two surfers,
who pulled Miller's body out of
the gulf. White was treated for
saltwater.inhalation at Bay Med-
ical Center and was released
early Sunday.

PANAMA CITY
0-negative blood
at critically low level
The Bay Medical Blood Donor
Center reported Monday it had less
than a one-day supply of O-negative
blood, which can be given to people of
any blood type in an emergency.
The center urged blood donors -
to come in during office hours at the
hospital, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday
through Friday. Its
bloodmobile will be at Grand
Theatre at Pier Park from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Wednesday, Target at Pier Park
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, the
Panama City Mall from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Friday, and at the opening for the
Panama City Roller Derby season at
the Skate Factory behind Knology on
15th Street from 4-7 p.m.
Sunday. For minore information, call
747-6570.
PANAMA CITY
Extension office
moves to Cedar Grove
The Bay County Exension
office will remain closed today to
complete its move to the former
Cedar Grove City Hall. The move
to 2728 E. 14th St. will provide
more space than the old office at
647 Jenks Ave.
The new site will allow ex-
pansion of Extension programs
and classes, extension director'
Marjorie Moore said in a news
release.


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& NOTES

Korean Martial
Arts
The Gordon Martial Arts
Family Center will host the
third annual Korean Martial
Arts Festival April 17-19.
The festival will include
workshops and seminars on
a variety of topics dealing
with Korean stylists.
Registration cost is $99.
For more information
call 682-0720 or visit www.
GordonMartialArts.com.

5K Run for a
Cause
The Mosaic Church of
Crestview will sponsor
the inaugural Run for a
Cause on April 18 at the
Old Spanish Trail Park in
Crestview.
There also will be I -mile
fun run for the kids.,
The 5K starts at d:30 a.m.
and the fun run at 9:30 a.m.
Proceeds from the run
will benefit the Crestview
Pregnancy Center and to
help build a well in Mali,
Africa.
Cost of the 5K is $15 if
pre-registered by April I.
There will be a $20 late fee
for those registering after
April I.The fun run fee is
$10:
Runners who pre-
registered are guaranteed a
T-shirt
For more information
e-mail race director Kinetta
Johnson at kinetta@
mosaiccrestview.com

Tee Off For the
American Heart
Association
Okaloosa Public Works-
employees are sponsoring
a 4-person scramble fund-
raiser for the American
HeartAssociation on April
10,2009.
,Show time is noon.Teams
will tee off at 12:30 p.m.
Cost of the tournament
is $55 per team member
($45 for Foxwood CC
members) and includes
.green and caht fees as well
as great food.
Teams will be flighted A, B
or C according to handicaps.
There will also be a 50/50
raffle and an auction to
benefit the AHA.
Deadline for registration
is.A'pril 3.
For'more information
contact Cindy Halsey at
651-7394 or B.J.Thomhave
at 682-2012.

BAYA Fun Day.
The annual Baker Area
Youth Association (BAYA)
Fun Day will be May 2 from
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the BAYA
ball fields.
The day will include
games, food, raffles, water
slide, obstacle course,
SpongeBob moonwalk and
much more.
For details contact Jim
Wagner at 537-4549.

Foxwood Ladies
Gqif Association
tournament
The 2009 Foxwood
Ladies GolfAssociation
tournament is scheduled
for May 13 at Foxwood.
Lady golfers from
across Northwest Florida
and South Alabama are
expected to participate
in the tournament that
has between 80-100
participants each year.
Proceeds from the
tournament will go to help
local charities and schools.
Gold sponsorships are
available for $100. Silver
sponsorships are $50.
For more information
contact FLGA president
Beverly Coyne at 683-
9640 or tournament
chairwoman Faye Thomas
at 682-0705.


Baseball teams seek quick turnarounds


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It's time to separate
the contenders from the
pretenders.
With less than four
weeks left before high
school baseball district
tournament play starts,
Crestview and Laurel Hill
have some work to do to
play themselves into con-
tending positions. Baker,
however, is very rnuch
in the thick of things
in District 1-2A.


Crestview headed into
this week's spring break
with a 5-9 record, but in
District 1-5A play the Bull-
dogs are 0-5.
The Dawgs have been
plagued by 41 errors
(about three a game),
which is atypical of a
Tim Gillis


coached team.
Crestview committed
three errors a 9-8 loss to
Milton in the Powerade
Classic that was an illus-
tration of how things have
gone this year.
If the Bulldogs can
overcome their defensive
mistakes, they can still
make noise in the district
tournament.
David Pyle is a proven
winner in the outfield
and on the mound.
Jason Parker is
a veteran leader.
Andrew Wirth is
a power threat at
first base.'
The question is,
can the Dawgs pull
things together
and climb out of the
district cellar?
Laurel Hill is
only 3-7 on the year,
but two of those
wins are in District
1-1A play, where the
Hoboes are 2-2.
Both of the Lau-
rel Hill wins have
,come against Cen-
tral, which assures
the Hoboes of no
worse than a No. 3
seed when they host
the district tourna-


ment.
Rocky Bayou Christian
has beaten Laurel Hill
twice. The. Hoboes still
have unfinished business
with rival and defending
district champion Paxton.
The first game between
the teams is in a delay
due to a malfunction in
the lights. They will meet
again April 10 at Laurel
Hill.
If the Hoboes can pull
off two wins against the
Bobcats, they would play
themselves into the No. 2
seed in the district tourna-
ment.
This is a young team
that, if it gets hot at the
right time, could cause
some people some trou-
ble.
Ethan Jackson, Will
Sherwood and Ryan Sim-
mons provide much need-
ed depth on the mound for
the Hoboes come tourna-
ment time.
Baker is quickly learn-
ing it doesn't take long for
momentum to shift quick-
,y. Unfortunately for the
Gators, things have been
,going in the wrong direc-
tion lately in District 1-2A.

See BASEBALL B2


NICK
TOMECEK I
Florida Fied.d-,m
Newspapers
| lDAWG DUGOUT: The
Crestview baseball team hopes for happier
times in the second half of the 2009 season.





Midseason




report



Two up, one down in


area softball scene


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It has been business as
usual for the Baker and
Laurel Hill high school
softball teams, but things
haven't gone so well for
Crestview under first-year
coach Amy Peters.'
Both the Gators and
Hoboes have assured
themselves of either a No.
1 or No. 2 seed in their dis-
trict tournaments. With
the high seeding comes a
better chance of advanc-
ing to the state playoffs.
Things will be a little
tougher for the Bulldogs,
who will need to catch
some lightning in a bottle
at the District 1-5A tour-
nament to advance to the'
finals.
Baker (8-7) has finished
District 1-2A play with a 6-2
record. Now it's wait-and-
see time for the Gators,
who could have wrapped


up the top seed in the dis-
trict tournament Nwith a
win over Vernon last Tues-
day, but fell 2-0.
At worst Baker will fin-'
ish tied with Jay, which was
scheduled to play Freeport
on Tuesday and Ponce de
Leon on Friday.
If the teams finish with
identical records, a tie-
breaker will decide which
team will get the top seed
and who will be seeded
second.
Softball is a game domi-
nated by pitching. With
Lauren Griffith in the
circle the Gators have a
chance to win any game
they play
Defensively, Baker has
struggled at times, but if
the Gators can cut, down
on the errors they have a
good chance of running
the table in the district
tournament.

See SOFTBALL B2


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin


BIG HITTER: Mollie Ro
Baker softball team.


yal swings the bat for the


Heritage Plantation's closing a surprise ending


Local golfers got
some bad
news this week
when Heritage
Plantation Golf
and Country Club
announced it is
closing.
Heritage
opened last
spring to rave
reviews and was
rated the No. 5 *


NORTH EN
ZONE
Randy Dickso


new public course in the
country by Golf Digest.


There was a lot of golf
being played at
* Heritage, but the
sagging economy
seems to have
dealt the course
the knockout
punch.
I don't know
ID the whys behind
the decision to
close Heritage.
n But I've driven


through the Heritage
community several times


in the last year, and
the one thing I noticed
,missing was the sound of
construction of the new
homes that would seem -
so vital to the success of
a golf community.
The last several
months haven't been
good to the local golfing
community.
First Adara closed
in the spring, and now
Heritage.
That leaves old


Read more
on the closing
of Heritage ,
Plantation on
page B3

faithful Foxwood as the
last course standing.
I'll leave the business
aspect of things to those
that write business, but
I can't help but think
See HERITAGE B2


Baseball
Laurel Hill 11,
Central 8
Ethan Jackson pitched five
strong innings before being
relieved and enjoyed a 2-for-4,
four-RBI day at the plate March
23. Zeb Strickland, meanwhile,
was 4-for-5 with four RBIs as
the Hoboes tacked on two big
insurance runs in the top of the
seventh.
LHS 240 030 2- II
Cen 100 133 0-8
WP: Ethan Jackson

Crestview 11,
Washington 1
The Bulldogs kicked off the.
Powerade Classic in grand style
on March 24.
David Pyle racked up a pair
of hits, a double and an RBI and
Sam Bass added a pair of hits
and drove.in three runs.

Pensacola Christian 3,
Baker 2
Colton Henry and Cameron
Davis each went 2-for-3 at the
plate but it wasn't enough March
24 !
PCA 102 000 0 3
Bak 200 000 0 2
LP -Wood.

Milton 9, Crestview 8
The Bulldogs let one slip away
from them in the Powerade
Classic on March 25.
Sam Bass,Jason Parker and
Trevor Carnahan each had a
two-run double for the Bulldogs.
- AndrewWirth added a pair of
hits for Crestview.
M 000 003 6 9
C 004 040 0 8

Softball
Laurel. Hill 7,
Paxton 2
The Laurel Hill softball team's
Katie Free was in a sensational
hitting and pitching zone on .
March 23.
Free went 5-for-S at the plate
and also tossed a one-hitter in
the circle.
Free clubbed the first home
run of her career and added
three doubles, three RBIs and
four runs. She struck out nine in
picking up the win.
Sabrina Dickinson went 3-
for-5 with two runs for Laurel
Hill (5-6,4-1), Brittany Baggett
was 3-for-4 with two RBIs and
Amanda King had two hits and
two RBIs.
LHS 200 102'2 7
Pax 000 200 0 2
WP: Katie Free

Vernon 2, Baker 0
Five Gator errors in the first
inning led to a pair ofYellow
Jacket runs in the key District
I-2A game March 24.
Baker (8-7, 6-2) would have'
clinched the top seed in next
month's district tournament.
The Gators, who have finished
district play, can still earn the
No. I seed, but must wait to see
how the other teams close out
their district schedules.
Dani Mayfiair reached base
twice for the Gators with a
triple and after being hit by a
pitch.

Laurel Hill 5,
Walton 4
Rachel Sory cracked a two-
run double in the ninth inning to
lead the Hoboes to the victory
March 24.
Katie Free notched the win
and struck out eight for Laurel
Hill (6-6): Sory had two hits and
both Kasey Harrison and Sabrina
Dickinson added a pair each.

Boys track
and field
Crestview triangular
Crestview hosted a three-
way meet against Fort Walton
Beach and Choctawhatchee on
Wednesday.
Crestview scorers 4x800
relay: 2. Crestview 8:45. Long

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Snorts


BASEBALL from page B1
After starting out 3-1 along with Freeport. Baker is solid at al- The Gators have enough most high school sports in district tournament.
in district play, the Gators The Gators were sched- most every position, with a pitchingwithWillLocke and Florida, the regular season And anything can hap-
have dropped their last uled to play Ponce de Leon strong infield that has Pres- Christian Mainor to make doesn't mean as much as pen come tournament
two games to fall to 3-3 in on Friday, a district foe ton Nixon at third, Colton some noise in the District the district tournament, time.
the district. The 3-3 mark they've already beaten, but Henry at short, Josh Yost at 1-2A tournament that will Playoff teams are de- Catch up on the local
has Baker (7-6 overall) in the game was postponed second and Ryne Wickery be played at Freeport. termined by who wins and teams' results and district
second place in the district because of the rain. at first. :As is the case with finishes runner up in the records at www.crestview-


SOFTBALL from page B1

signed a softball/volleyball district play was to Rocky would lock up the No. 1 open the district tourna- district games to go, against 7 seed they would probably
scholarship with Pensaco- Bayou Christian. The Ho- seed in the district tourna- ment with Central. A sec- Choctawhatchee, Fort Wal- open with Escambia. Nicev-
la ,Junior College, has led boes were scheduled to ment that will be played at ond place finish and Laurel ton Beach and Pace. ille is currently in first place
Laurel Hill to a 6-6 record. play the Knights on Thurs- Paxton. If the Knights win Hill faces Paxton. As things stand now the in the district.
In the all-important District day, but were rained out. again, Rocky Bayou would Currently the No.7 seed, Bulldogs would likely face Catch up on the local
1-1A play the Hoboes are If Laurel Hill can avenge all but lock up the top seed. Crestview can still improve No. 2 seed Tate to open teams'results and district
4-1. the earlier 6-0 loss against If Laurel Hill gets the its position in District 1-5A. district tournament play. If records at www.crestview-
Laurel Hill's only loss in Rocky Bayou, the Hoboes top seed, the Hoboes will The Bulldogs have three they can move up to the Np. bulletin.com.


HERITAGE from page B1

Sa pei-fect storm in the pad of great things to come Yes, the course is a gem. and Director of Golf Heritage. part of the job because
economy led to the demise for Heritage. There was As I've admitted before, Jeff Marks, has been In the last year I've there comes a day when
of Adara and Heritage. talk that one day the course I'm not much of a golfer. tremendous in going out of spent close to 30 hours with you say goodbye to a
The closing of Heritage would host a PGA qualifier I'm the guy that put "hack" their way to help., Marks as we've worked friend.
caught me, and I'm sure or Nationwide Tour event, in hacker. Yet my lack When I approached together on the tips. In Last week I recorded
others, completely off Every golfer I've talked of golfing ability hasn't Marks with the idea of a that time I've learned a what will now be our last
guard. In the last month to since Heritage opened kept me from enjoying Golf Tips from the Pro little about golf, but more golf tips segment with Jeff
the course has hosted the last year, from PGA touring the rounds I've played at feature, he was quick to importantly I feel as if I've Marks. We will run that
Troy Invitational college pro Boo Weekly to the Heritage. jump on board with the made a friend, segment in Saturday's
touiriament and the weekend hacker playing As good as the course is idea. I'm sure he realized I've often said the best Crestview News Bulletin
Heritage Classic of the the course for the first at Heritage, the people are it was smart business part of this job is building as a way of saying good-
Emerald Coast Golf Tbur. time, has had nothing but that much better, and free publicity, but it relationships. And, in some bye.
SThe recent tournaments great things to say about Everyone I've dealt was awin-win situation ways, building relationships All I can say is it's been
seemed to be the launching Heritage. with, from Sterling Riggs for the News Bulletin and also represents the hardest a fun run.


'Hammonds stopped in round 1


CRESTVIEW DART LEAGUE STATS

AS OF MARCH 19


'* Special to the News Bulletin

Crestview native and
NHRA driver Tom Ham-
m'onds was defeated in
the first round of elimi-
nations Sunday at the
O'Reilly NHRA Spring
Nationals at Houston
Raceway Park, losing to
No. 1 qualifier Jason Line
due to a red lighting.
"I am definitely dis-
. appointed about losing,
more so by red lighting,"
said Hammonds. "The
big thing is that we did
the same thing in Phoe-
Lix against Jason."
"In Phoenix, I thought
I -saw the yellow light
and let the clutch out.
and here, I knew I saw
the yellow light, let the
clutch out. I know that I
am not up there guess-
ing, so the best thing we
can do now is to slow the
(. clutch) linkage down."
Crew Chief Tomi
Laine agrees Team
Hammonds will have to
.. work on the clutch link-
i age, since Hammonds'
.:patterns are consistent
..and this is the second
- ted light result. It is just
.* ** .


"It's Tacing, and
we definitely
made a big
impT)roemient.
I ain happy
about the way
the car looked
and petfornned
today "

Tomi Laine
Crew Chief for team
Hammonds


a matter of getting solid
set-ups and procedures
to match his patterns.
Laine is assured Ham-
monds can cut good
lights once this is done.
Overall. Laine was
pleased with the way the
car performed in elimi-
nations. Hammonds
registered a career-best
speed of 210.18 mph.
Laine said, "We
stayed late last night
to make major changes


on the car from bumper
to bumper because we
were not happy at all the
way it was performing
during qualifying. This is
a tricky track to get down
and run fast, and I knew,
what the car needed to
do both. We made a nice
run. Unfortunately. we
got the red light on the
run, giving it to Jason
Line." '
".It's racing, and we
definitely made a big im-
provement. I ani happy
about the way the car
looked and performed
today."
Cool air equals fast
times on a drag racing
track, and it was no dif-
ferent for Saturday's
qualifying. Hammonds
qualified in 16th place
going into tomorrow's
elimination competition.
"With my birthday be-
ing yesterday, this is a
good weekend for us. It
is just icing on the cake
to qualify," said Ham-
monds.
On the final run of the
day, Hammonds regis-
tered an elapsed time of
6.627 .seconds at 209.14
mph.


FIRST DIVISION
Armageddon 53.0
Jaguars 52.0
Kaos 51.0
Hit Men 41.0
Who Darted? 16.0
Hell's Henchmen 12.0
Weekly High In
RichWescheT60
Emily Blair 31 .
Weekly High Out
Michael Miller 90
N/A
Season High In
D.J. Parker /Rich Wesche


Ellen Hashek 94
Season High Out
Adam KellyT20
Ellen Hashek 38
Men's MVP Points &
Tons
\ Brad Eckenrode, 122,30;
Adam Kelley, 105, 14;John
Montford, 96,20; Michael
Miller, 95,19; D.J. Parker, 95,
14; Ken Bundrick,91, 18; Steve
Hinrich$, 88, 15; Ray Knudson,
82, 18; Bob Duboise,79,6;
Mark Benoit,71, 12;Jim Kaim,
70,7; Brooks Taylor, 69, 12;
Rich Wesche, 68, 21; Bobby
Gainey, 65, I I; Doug Cooper,
47,4; Rodney Brackett, 46,
10; Keith Howell,43,4;Tom
Pallone, 35,4; Ron Meyer, 34,
4; Bobby Arnold, 29, 5; Ron
Jackson, 21, I;Jon Burris, 15,
3;Joe Benoit, 15, 2; Kenny


Blair; 14,4;Wayne Matlock,
13,-1; Mike Deck, 8,2; Chuck
Gagner, 5, 2;John Hashek,
0,0; Bill Brumbaugh, 0,0;
Johnathon Haggard, 0,0; Shane
Bores, 0,0.
Women's MVP Points
&Tons
Ellen Hashek, 73,4; Emily
Blair, 23, I; Maryann Neumann,
2, 1.

SECOND DIVISION
Scorpions 42.0
Stars & Stripes 36.0
Al Riders 28.0
Fallout 20.0
A.L.Longshots 20.0
Divine Kaos 19.0
Weekly High In
Mike RicksT20
Jo Mims 91
Weekly High Out
Paul Carney 71
Amber Jackson 40
Season High In
Kevin Fitzgerald /I Mike
Ricks T20
Marie BundrickT22
Season High Out
Kevin Fitzgerald T
Misty Forsythe T04
Men's MVP Points &
Tons
Kevin Fitzgerald, 87, 13;
Rob Davis, 67,9;Aaron
Zimmerman, 65, 10;Terry
Hindall, 62, 12; Mike Ricks,
56,8; Dan Cowan, 55, 5; Paul


Carney, 50, 7; Russel Carroll,
47, 2;Jack Miller, 45,7; Phil
Phillips, 45, 6; Johnny Griffin,
39,4; Larry Page, 34,3; Carl
Smiley, 32,2;AI Zimmerman,
23, I; Mike Wanner, 22, 1;
Darryl Brooks, 20, I; Brian
Soals, 19, I;Walt Montford,'
15, I; Kevin Yaw, 13, 0; Gary
Easterwood, 10, I; Rich
Heagwood, 0, 0; Phil Bahm, 0,
0; Billy Becknell, 0,0.
Women's MVP Points
&Tons
Judy Fitzgerald, 63, 6;Jo
Mims, 55,6; Misty Forsythe,
52, 6; Jenny Montford, 45,8;
Marie Bundrick, 42,3; Kim
Page, 40,3;Amber Jackson,
33, 3; Lydia Benoit, 23,2; Sandy
Smith, 20,3; Louise Meyer, 6; 0;
Marcihe Heagwood, 0,0.

SPECIAL SCORES
Brad Eckenrode,T80,
March 5,2009. Ken Bundrick,
T80, March 12, 2009.John
Montford,T80, March 16,
2009.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
Div. I High Ton -T40-
Brad Eckenrode, Kieth
Howell, Brooks Taylor, and
Steve Hinrichs .

Div. 2 High Ton -T40
Kevin Fitzgerald,Judy
Fitzgerald, and Amber Jackson.


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Sacred Heart Medical Oncology Group
:Wednesday, April 1 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
-Crestview Community Center
located at 1446 Commerce Dr. in Crestview


BLEACHERS from page B1


jump: 2.Tony Hart (Crest)
19-5.Triple jump: 2. Darius
Madison (Crest) 39-5. High
jump: 2.Aaron Nelson (Crest)
5-6. Discus: D. Robbins
(Crest) 141-7. Shot put: D.
Robbins (Crest) 40-11.75, 3.
Hendrix (Crest) 40-3.5. 110
hurdles: 2. Spencer Anderson
(Crest)' 15.18, 3.Saiquan Hall
(Crest) 16.02.4x 100 relay: 2.
Crestview 44.87. 100 meter
dash: I.Aaron Nelson (Crest)
10.62. 1600 run: 2. Gourlie
(Crest) 4:40, 3. Smith (Crest)
4:48.400 meter dash: 2.
Darius Darsey (Crest) 51.68.
300 hurdles: I.Anderson
(Crest) 44.31 2. Hall (Crest)
45.12.200 meter dash: 3.
Aaron Nelson (Crest) 23.30.
4x400 relay: 2. Crestview 3:43.

Girls track
and field
Crestview triangular
Crestview hosted a three-
way meet against FortWalton
Beach and Choctawhatchee
on Wednesday
Crestview scorers: Long
jump: I.Asten Lopez (Crest),
17- 1.5.Triple jump: Coleman
(Crest) 29-6.5,2. Husome
(Crest) 29-1.25.4x100: I.
Crestview 52.40. 100 meter
dash: I. Candance Green
(Crest) 12.88. 1600 run: I.
Lauren Day (Crest) 5:42.400
meter dash:2.Asten Lopez
(Crest) 65.79.200 meter
dash: I.Asten Lopez (Crest)
26.80,2. C. Green (Crest)


28.59, 3. M. Coleman (Crest)
28.84; 3200 run: I. Lauren Day
(Crest) 12:14.


Girls tennis
Crestview 6,
Niceville 1
Singles
Moya Moore (C) d.Andrea
Kovacs 8-I
Sydney Pinkert (C) d.
Bellina Lemoel 8-1
Cora Merritt (C) d.
Monique Kessler 8-0
Kristin Thomas (C) d.
Mariah Marshall 8-6
Emily Day (N) d. Brooklyn
Howard 8-5
Doubles
Moore/Merritt (C) d.
Kovacs/Lemoel 8-3
Thomas/Brittany Didonato
(C) d. Kessler/Marshall 8-6.

Crestview 7,
Escambia 0
The Crestview girls' tennis
team routed Escambia 7-0 on
Tuesday.
Moya Moore, Sydney
Pinkert, Cora Merritt, Kristin
Thomas and Brooklyn
Howard all won in singles
action for Crestview's girls,
while Brittany Didonato
helped out with the doubles
sweep.

Boys tennis
Niceville 4, Crestview 3
Singles
Barry Dylewski (N) d.


Cody Dreaden 8-2
Ryan Kane (N) d.Joseph
Messier 8-5
Angelo Fajardo (C) d. Bo
Humphries 8-4
Michael Postgate (N) d.
Mitch Petosky 8-2 /
Sy Pinkert (C) d. Skyler
Earnhart 8-4
Doubles
Dylewski/Kane (N) d.
Drearden/Fajardo 8-0
Petosky/Pinkert (C) d.
Humphries/Postgate 8-6.

Escambia 5,
Crestview 2
The Crestview boys'
tennis team fell 5-2 on
Tuesday.Angelo Fajardo and
Mitch Petosky claimed singles
wins for Crestview

Boys weightlifting
Sectional 1 Qualifier
Crestview will send a trio
to the Super Qualifier at
FortWalton Beach on April
6.Joshua Jadin (third, 199),
Cody Swenbeck (second,
239) and Clinton Lukert
(second, I 19) advanced.
Team scores: Fort
Walton Beach 77, Niceville
45, Mosley 39, Rutherford
23, Choctawhatchee 18,
Crestview 14
Top Crestview
performances I 19: 2.
Clinton Lukert (Crest), 385.
199: 3.Joshua Jadin (Crest)
550. 239: 2. Cody Swenbeck
(Crest) 620.


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Jean Lewis
Library Director
Robert Sikes Library
April 12 through 18 is National
Library Week. The American Library
Association (ALA) and libraries across
the country encourage you to celebrate.
with us. We are celebrating 50 years
of service and the contributions of
libraries and librarians during this
week The 2009 theme for National
Library Week is "Worlds Connect." This
is a perfect time to discover how worlds
connect at your library.
Every day, at our library, people
of all backgrounds come together for
community meetings, lectures, children
and adult programs, to do research, to
get help finding a job, to do homework,
to get individual computer training or
to communicate with friends and family
on the computer. A recent "Taxpayer
Cost Benefit Report," prepared by
The Okaloosa County Public Library
Cooperative stated that the Okaloosa
County library users receive $14.68
in benefits for every $1 of county tax
dollars expended. That benefit does
not include programming, computer
training or computer usage. Just
imagine the value these services would
add to the $14.68 figure.

Programs,
Don't miss our April 7 First
Tuesday Lecture, "Florida 2009
Legislative Session: Your Voice
Matters." State Rep. Greg Evers will
be our guess lecturer. The program
starts at 10:30 a.m. in our meeting room.
Refreshments will be served.
Join us today and Thursday at
10:15 for our Story Time. The theme
is "It's Raining, It's Pouring." .Children
who are at least 3 years old are
welcome to meet with us for story time
on Wednesday or Thursdays. Stories,
songs and finger plays as well as a
simple craft with be presented.
Our Friends of the Library. Book
Sale will be April 3, 4 and 5. Come early
on Friday for the best selections. Doors'
will be open from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.
A $2 admission will be charged for non-
Friends. On Saturday and Sunday doors
will open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with no
admission charge.
AARP frep tax help will
continue through April 15. Hours are
Monday from 2 to 6 p.m.; Tuesday
and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.'
and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free
copies of the most common tax forms
are available at the library.

Staff pick
"Oscar Micheaux: The Great
and Only: The Life of America's First
Black Filmmaker," Patrick McGilligan
(B Micheaux). This biography of Oscar
Micheaux bridges a fascinating period
of African-American history. McGilligan
brought to life Oscar's life story
through long-lost financial records,
unpublished letters, and unmarked o
paupers graves that pinpoint Oscars


birthplace, his tangled personal life, and
circumstances of his tragic death.
Micheaux was an author first,
writing autobiographical stores that .
he later made into films. Between 1913
and 1951 Oscar wrote, directed, and
distributed'some 43 feature films, more
than any other black filmmaker in the
world, a record of production that is
likely to stand for a very long time.
When Hollywood would not pay
high enough fees for rightsito his films
he established his own production
company. He became the king of the
"race cinema" industry at a.time
when black-produced films had few
venues in a segregated society. Race
pictures were "extremely low-budget
productions compared to the major
white studio offerings, with all-black
cast members often performing on a
voluntary basis."
Many of his movies were lost,
but those that have been found and
restored clearly prove he is one of the
important figures in American film
history. Since his death his name has
been increasingly mentioned in film
society, especially since some of the
films have been restored.
This is a very interesting book, and
even those who are not fans of vintage
films will enjoy the story.

Just ask
Any questions? Just ask any staff
member, Jean, Sandra, Heather, Anna,
Marie, Sengdara, Lise, Tracey, Janice,
Audrey and Sharon.

Contact us
Web: www.cityofcrestview.org/li-
brary.htm. Phone: 682-4432. Address:
1445 Commerce Dr., Crestview, FL
32536 (Behind the Crestview Post Of-
fice)

Quote
"Go confidently in the direction of
your dreams. Live the life you have
imagined." Henry David Thoreau


Development halted at


Heritage Plantation


Thomas Monigan
FloridaFreedom Newspapers

Steve Riggs has decided
to stop development of Heri-
tage Plantation, a 1,000-acre,
upscale residential and golf
development 10 miles north
of Crestview.
Estimating his loss at $6.5
million, Riggs has turned the
entire project over. to BB&T,
the bank that is his creditor.
"It's not my first failure
and it probably won't be my
last," Riggs said Monday
morning. "I had budgeted for
slow, but not for dead in the
water on real estate sales."
Plans called for as many


as 780 upscale homes in a
gated community, with a
"buffer" of at least 25 feet
from the lot lines. Homes
ranged from 1,727 square
feet starting at $359,000 to
3,851 square feet starting at
$693,400.
But of the 297 sites in the
first two phases, odhly 57 have
been sold and four have been
built.
"I would have been okay
with 20 to 25 lots a year,"
Riggs said. "But I think we
sold one in all of 2008."
Heritage Plantation fea-
tures a semi-private golf
course that can be played
from five sets of tees. It's a
par 72 and can play as short


as 5,600 yards or as long as
7,328 yards. The course is
closed, Riggs said, and 32
employees have lost their
jobs. That includes Chief
Operating Officer Sterling
Riggs.
There were never enough
positive numbers for Riggs
and his Southeastern Con-
sulting and Development Co.
So he is "assigning the debt"
to BB&T. This involves nei-
ther foreclosure nor bank-
ruptcy.
"Someone is going to
make a lot of money on this
project," Riggs summarized.
"I had hoped it was going to
be me, but apparently it's go-
ing to be the next guy."


New business a positive signal

Satellites Unlimited coming to Crestview Airpark


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview area hom-
eowners signing up for Dish
Network satellite television
service may find a familiar
serviceman when it's time
to install their satellite dish:
One of their neighbors.
Satellites Unlimited, Inc.,
a Birmingham, Ala.-based
installation and service com-
pany for Dish Network, will
open a new facility in the
Okaloosa/Crestview Indus-
trial Airpark, according to a
press release from the Eco-
nomic Development Council
(EDC) of Okaloosa County.
According to the release,
SUI wanted to make a rapid
decision about the loca-
tion of its newest office. The
EDC was able to provide site
data as well as information
about the Crestview area's
job density, workforce avail-
ability and access to major
transportation routes. The
information allowed SUI to
evaluate the site it ultimately
chose.
.Satellites Unlimited cur-
rently has offices throughout
northwest Florida as well as
Alabama and Mississippi.
The Crestview office will em-
ploy 45 people, 40 of whom
will be installation techni-
cians.
The EDC will continue to


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News
Bulletin
NEW HOME: This building
on Adorra Teel Way in
the Okaloosa/ Crestview
Industrial Air Park will house
Satellites Unlimited's newest
office. The business will
employ 45 people when it
opens next month.
play a role as it helps Satel-
lites Unlimited seek quali-
fied employees. The EDC
will work with the Workforce
Development Board to help
the company screen candi-
dates for the new positions
SUI will bring. The company
plans to be operational by
mid-April.
Area business and civic
leaders were enthusiastic
about the EDC's efforts to at-
tract Satellites Unlimited to
the area. -
"We've had interest in
our area more in the last few
years than in years past,"


observed Crestview city
councilwoman Linda Parker.
"When the EDC brings a
business in, they normally
bring high-wage jobs, and it's
normally 50 to 100 jobs they
bring in."
"We're excited about
them coming. They are the
most recent company that
is coming to our industrial
park. They are coming with
almost 50 jobs and we're
hoping they will expand from
there. We look forward that
this new company will en-
courage others to come be-
hind them," she said. -
"That's 'exactly the kind
of high technology, high
skilled and high wage jobs
we need in the Crestview
area," added District 1 Dka-
loosa County Commissioner
Wayne Harris. "I am thankful
the EDC is focusing on those
opportunities for us,"
Though the Airpark is not
on Bob Sikes Airport prop-
erty, bringing additional jobs
to the neighborhood can only
benefit the airport's business
climate, said county airports
director Greg Donovan.
"Having diversity in com-
panies is an outstanding ben-
efit for our area," Donovan
said. "Because it's an indus-
trial park it allows for syner-
gy to be built. I'm thrilled to
see new people coming out
there."


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SI tan...d nd be co takersarrive

Stand and be counted when census takers arrive


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

There are a lot of good
reasons to make sure you
and your family are in-
cluded in the nation's de-
cennial census. -
Making sure our region
is proportionately repre-
sented in both state and
federal government is but
one reason.
Making sure the proper
percentage of our tax dol-
lars comes back to Oka-
loosa County in the form
of municipal works proj-
ects, equipment grants
and educational opportu-
nities is another.
But if that tedious civ-
ics blather is just too bor-
ing, how about this factor:
Being accurately counted
could also mean the differ-
ence between Crestview
getting, say, a Target or a
Red Lobster, or not.
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office reminds
citizens that the U.S.
Census Bureau will be
conducting field opera-


tions in parts of Okaloosa
County over the next four
months.
"All of the data analysis
companies that use demo-
graphics use census data,"
explained Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce
executive director Wayne
Harliis. "When a business
does its due diligence and
analysis of an area, all the
data they use is from the
Census Bureau.
"Having the correct
information creates an
environment that has bet-
ter numbers," Harris said.
"They call it rooftops and
traffic."
Each "rooftop" rep-
resents three and a half
people who live in the area
under consideration.
"The more information
that is available, the more
likelihood that we will at-
tract more business to the
area," said Harris, who is
also the county commis-
sioner for most of the News
Bulletin coverage area.
Census takers may
carry a laptop or hand-


U.S. CENSUS BUREAU I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
HEAD COUNT: Census Bureau enumerators (the folks who count folks) are identified
by government I.D. badges and clearly marked equipment. Being counted in the
2010 census is vital to bringing businesses to our area. ,


held computer bearing
the insignia of the Census
Bureau, said the sheriff's
release.


"All employees, both identified through iden-
temporary decennial staff- tification cards issued by
ers and permanent field the Census Bureau," said
representatives, can be OCSO spokesman Michele


Nicholson in the release.
"The workers will never
ask for social security or
bank information."
Harris said that the
region's population was
"woefully" undercounted
in the 2000 census. To at-
tract the businesses they
desire, residents need to
be sure the business own-
ers know we're here.
"There seems to be this
feeling that chambers of
commerce, or city leaders
are the ones who bring in
businesses," Harris said.
"That's not true.
"The more people we
show, the more likelihood
of getting retail, restau-
rants and business like
that. Businesses use cen-
sus data. A Kohl's or a Red
Lobster or a Dillard's is
only going to use the data
from a census," he said.
"As the numbers grow
in the north county and as
people do the right thing
and fill out their census
forms, the more business-
es that will say, 'We want
to be there.'"


Rent-A-Center's money Keen exotic invaders out of local environment


match to benefit Big

Brothers Big Sisters

Special to the News Bulletin

Through April 11, area residents can visit the
Crestview Rent-A-Center to donate one dollar and
sign a colorful spring egg to raise funds for Big
Brothers Big Sisters.
Rent-A-Center's 3,000-plus stores in the United
States and Puerto Rico participate in the yearly
fund-raiser.
Contributions collected by Rent-A-Center stores
are matched dollar for dollar up to $100,000 by the
company.
Since the fund-raising program began in 2003,
Rent-A-Center has given the maximum $100,000
match each year and has donated a total of $1.52 mil-
lion to Big Brothers Big Sisters.
The participating Rent-A-Center in Crestview is
located at 2503 S. FerdOn Blvd.


I


Brooke Saari
Okaloosa County Extension
More than 400 non-na-
tive fish and wildlife species
and 1,180 non-native plant
species occur in Florida.
A non-native or exotic
species is classified as any
species that does not natu-
rally occur in an area, typi-
cally introduced by human
activity. Species from all
over the globe have made
it to Florida environments
and have destroyed or tak-
en over the home of our na-
tive species.
Some marine exotic
species become introduced
through boats in ports, or
attaching to boats and pro-
pellers through different


UNIVERSITY of
UF FLORIDA
IFAS Extension

water bodies, and through
the pet trade.
The most common
method of exotic fish and
wildlife introductions hap-
pens through the escape
or intentional release of
household pets. Many pets
grow too large for tanks or
people grow tired of their
pets and decide to release
them into the environ-
ment.
The act of releasing a
non-native animal is illegal
in Florida and is also harm-


ful to native plants and ani-
mals. Instead of releasing,
there are alternative ways
that pet owners can explore
if they no longer are able to
care for their exotic pet.
Always check with the lo-
cal pet stores to see if they
'will take back your pet or
give you advice. There may
be local hobby clubs that
might have a potential new
owner (such as snake and
turtle clubs). Local aquari-
ums and zoos are worth
checking into, though they
do have quarantine restric-
tions.
Also, ask a local veteri-
narian 'about humane pet
disposal options or check
with Florida Fish and Wild-
life for pet amnesty day


dates.
This issue can always
be avoided if potential pet
owners research the pet
they are about to purchase.
Look into growth, feed ex-
penses, how long it will live,
how it' will deal with other
pets, and if a permit re-
quired for ownership.
Check out www.habitat-
titude.net/ for more infor-
mation.

Brooke Saari is the
Marine Science Exten-
sion Agent for Okaloosa
& Walton Counties. For
more information on ma-
rine science and natural
resources information,
email or call bsaari@ufl.
edu or 689-5850.


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NOMC Women's Advisory Board

donates to Emerald Coast Honor Flight


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
WAB DONATION: The Women's Advisory Board of North Okaloosa Medical Center
recently presented a $1,000 check for Emerald Coast Honor Flight to Tom Rice,
who is on the Board of Directors for the non-profit organization. The organization
raises funds to fly local veterans, primarily those having served in World War
II, to Washington, D.C., for one day to see, experience and reflect at various
memorials honoring their service. North Okaloosa Medical Center is the premier
sponsor for the April 1 Honor Flight, the first to fly from Okaloosa County.



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CPD announces RIP program

"Frequent Flyer" plan benefits C(PD as well as bad guys


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Frustratedwithmaking
repeated arrests of the
same offenders for the
same offenses, Crestview
Police Department Street
Crimes Unit and SWAT
team commander Lt.
Joseph Floyd announced
a new pilot program to
address the issue.
Speaking before the
City Council last week,
Floyd introduced CPD's
new Repeat Incident
Program, or RIP. Under
the plan, officers will begin
issuing repeat offenders
with a special I.D. card
upon their third arrest for
the same crime.
"When an officer frisks
a defendant and finds this
card," Floyd explained, "it
indicates to us that he's
already got an open file at
police headquarters.
"We just head back to
HQ, call up the defendant's
account, and print out
the pre-completed arrest


report," Floyd said. "Since
he's always being arrested
for the same thing, all we
need to do is change the
date, the quantity and
sometimes the location.
"The plan speeds
the defendant off to jail,
which makes him happy,
because he knows a good
meal. and all his pals are
waiting for him.
"It also makes us
happy," Floyd said,
"because we don't have to
spend so much time filling
out paperwork. It's a win-
win situation all around."
Floyd said the
program, which is still
being tweaked, will
offer defendants special
rewards as they gain elite
bronze, silver or gold
status with every five
arrests.
"They'll also get
bronze, silver or gold stars
sewn on their jumpsuits to
show their status," Floyd
said. "The stars carry a
lot of cred on the street,
and the women offenders


like the bling."
Okaloosa County Jail
Director Larry Caskey
said he and Floyd have
been negotiating extra
perks for RIP star
members, such as extra
dessert once a week.
"Of course, that's only
effective if they're in here
that long, which they're
normally not," Caskey
said.
Floyd said in the three
weeks since the program
has been in effect, his
Street Crimes Unit has
issued 15 RIP cards,
cutting the time it takes to
process a repeat criminal
almost in half.
"This is the sort of
innovation we expect
from our officers," said
city Councilwoman Linda
Parker. "Lt. Floyd's
resourcefulness and
efficiency saves the city
both time and money. I
commend him."
Added News Bulletin
publisher Jason Mobley,
"April Fool's!"


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
ARRESTED AGAIN: Crestview Police Street Crimes Unit officers check a defendant
for his Repeat Incident Program ID card during his most recent arrest.


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Legal # 100545
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Pinot. IV, .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 is-
suance, the name -in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate #, 2222 of
2006, Assessed to:-
JOHN J. GUYER
Description: THE
PINES BLOCK 8 LOTS
13 TO 16
Parcel ID#:
24-3N-22-2460-0008-
0130. Opening Bid:
$2,782.20
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000037 C ,
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of-Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, .the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Friday,
April 24, 2009. Regis-
tration begins -at 9:30
am.


Dale. ir.i- 5ih day
Mai..r., 2001119.
DOI IW HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIF
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk
03/11/09
03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09


Legal #100546
NOTICE OF APPLICA
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby give
that Merlot III LLC, a
holder of the following
certificate, has file
said certificate for a Ta
Deed to be issue
thereon. The certifica
number and year of i
suance, the name
which the property
assessed and' the dE
scription of the pro|
erty is as follows:
(Certificate # 1870
2006 Assessed ti
TIMOTHY S. ARI
STRONG
Description': CRES
VIEW BLOCK 157 LO
11 .
Parcel IDh
17-3N-23-2490-01.57-
0110 Opening Bic
$2,257.48
TDA Case #: 2009 T
000031 C
All of said property b
ing in the' County c
Okaloosa, State of Flo
ida.
Unless the certificate
redeemed according t
law, the property di
scribed in the certify
cate will be sold to th
highest bidder in th
BCC Board Meetir
Room at the Okaloos
County Cou'rthous
Crestview, Florida
10:00 a.m. on Frida
April 24, 2009. Regi
traction begins at 9:3
am.
Dated this 5th day
March, 2009. ,,
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIF
CUlT COURTS
By: Lisa L; Guia,


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Depurv Clerk Legal # 100549 Legal # 100552
,:l
03, f, 09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- NOTICE OF APPLI
03'18 09 TION FOR TAX DEED TION FOR TAX DE
R- 03,25,09 .
04/01/09 Notice is hereby given Notice is hereby g
that Pinot IV, LLC; as that Pinot IV, LLC
holder of the following holder of the follow'
certificate, has filed certificate, has
said certificate, for a Tax said certificate for a
Legal # 100548 Deed to be issued Deed to be iss
thereon. The certificate thereon.. The certifi
NOTICE OF APPLICA- number and .year of is- number and year c
TION FOR TAX DEED suance, the name in suance, the nami
which the property is which the property
Notice is hereby given assessed and the de- assessed and the
that Merlot III, LLC, as scription of the prop- scription of the p
holder of the following /erty is as follows:- erty is as fdllows:
- certificate, has filed Certificate # 1069 of Certificate # 2092
said certificate for-a Tax 2006 Assessed to: 2006 Assessed
Deed to be issued ABRAHAM EVANS MARY E. WILLIAMS
in thereon. The certificate Description: COM SW Description: BEG
as number and year of is- COR OF NE1/4 OF COR OF TGE NE
ng suance, the name, in SW1/4 OF SEC 9, T2S, SEC 22, T3N, .R
,d which the property is R24W, ETC ETC
a,.assessed and the de- Parcel ID#: Parcel
'd scription of the prop- 09-2S-24-0000-0062- 22-3N-23-0000-0011
te erty is as follows: 0290 Opening Bid: 0000 Opening
s- Certificate # 970 of $2,797.13 $24,636.46
in 2006 Assessed to: TDA Case #: 2009 TD TDA Case #: 2009
is STEVEN M. BULLOCK 000035 S 000036 C
a- ET AL All of said property be- All of said property
- Description: COM SW ing in the County of ing 'in the Count
COR SW1/4 OF NE1/4 Okaloosa, State of Flor- Okaloosa, State of
of, SECTION 35, T1S, R24 ida. ida.
o. ETC Parcel ID # Unless the certificate is Unless the certificate
M- 08-1S-22-0000-0123 redeemed according to redeemed according
0010 Opening Bid: law, the, property de- law, the property
-r $2,023.62 scribed. n the certifi- scribed in the ce
)T TDA Case #: 2009 TD cate will be sold to the cate will be sold to
000032 S highest bidder in the highest bidder in
#. All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting BCC Board Mee
ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa Room at the Okalc
d: Okaloosa, State of Flor-' County Courthouse, County Courtho
ida. Crestview, Florida at Crestview, Florida
D Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 10:00 a.m. on Fri
redeemed according-to A~5ril 24, 2009. Regis- April 24, 2009. Ri
e- law, the property de- tration begins at 9:30 tration begins at
Of scribed in the certifi- am. am.
" cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the Dated this 5th day of Dated this 5th da
i5 BCC Board Meeting, March, 2009. 1 March 2009.
to Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD DON W. HOWARD
e- County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- CLERK OF THE
fi- Crestview, Florida at CUIT COURTS CUIT COURTS
he 10:00 a.m. on Friday, By: Lisa L. Guia, By: Usa L. Guia,
he April, 2009. Registra- Deputy Clerk Deputy Clerk
ig tion begins at 9:30 am..
sa .. 03/11/09 03/11/09
a Dated this 5th day ,of' 03/18/09 03/18/09
at March, 2009. 1 03/25/09 03/25/09
y DON W. HOWARD .04/01/09 04/01/09
y, CLERK OF THE CIR- -4/01/ __
30 CUlT COURTS
By: Lisa L. .Guia, Dep- Legal #100553
uty Clerk Legal #100551OTICEOFAPP
of 03/11/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- TION FOR TAX DE
03/18/09 TION) FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby
R- 03/25/09 Notice is .hereby
04/01/09 Notice is hereby given that Cabernet I, LLC
that Verdot VI, LLC, as holder of the follow
holder of the following certificate, has
certificate, has filed said certificate for a
said certificate for aTax Deed, to be iss
Deed, to be issued thereon. The certif
thereon. The certificate number and year o
number and year of is- suance, the nami
suance, the name in which the property
which the property is assessed and the
assessed and the de- scription of the p
scription of the prop- erty is as follows:
erty is as follows:, Certificate # 1255
Certificate # 2221 of 2006 Assessed
P2006 Assessed to: W.W. and CL
EMILY JEAN GUYER- HARBESON
Description: THE Description: ALL V W
MIKE GOLLES PINES, BLOCK 8 LOTS POND CREEK IN N
PAINTING 9 THRU 12 OF NE 4 SEC 11,"
Interior, exterior, also Parcel ID#: R22.
pressure washing. Li- 24-3N-22-2460-0008- Parcel
censed & Insured. Free 0090 Opening Bid:.11-4N-22-0000-0001
estimates. Ph. $2,794.76 0110 Opening
682-5347. Senior citi- TDA Case #: 2009 TD $2,724.76
zen discounts. 000028 C TDA Case #: 2009
All of said property be- 000025 C
ing in the County of All of said property
Okaloosa, State of Flor- ing in the Count
ida. Okaloosa, State, of
Unless the certificate is ida.
r L redeemed' according to Unless the certifica
law, the property de- redeemed according
1 scribed in the certifi- law, the property
cate will be sold to the scribed in the ce
Robert Brewer highest bidder in the cate will be sold tc
I Plumbing BCC Board Meeting highest bidder in
Hot water heater Room at the Okaloosa BCC Board Me.
J repair's, Gas & Ele.. County Courthouse, Room at the Okal
Warranty service on all Crestview, Florida at County Courtho
major, brands call 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Crestview, Florida
682-8683 or 830-2631 April 24, 2009. Regis- 10:00 a.m. on Fri
tration begins at 9:30 April 24, 2009. Ri
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Dated this 5th day of
March, 2009,
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia,
Deputy Clerk
03/11/09
03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09


Do Something Good
For Tomorrow

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Dated this 5th da
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. G
Deputy Clerk
03/11/09
03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09

Legal # 100554
NOTICE OF APPLI
TION FOR TAX DE
Notice is hereby g
that Merlot III, LLC
holder of the follow'
certificate, has
said certificate for a
Deed to be iss
thereon. The certify
number and year o
suance, the nami
which the property
assessed and the
scription of the p


erry 's as follows. UnlesE ine *:enrlicaie is GRANTEES, OR 32536
Cenlicale # 2158 ol red;,?en-,d ac.:..r.jog i OTHER CLAIMANTS
CA- 2006 Assessed Io la, ihe properry de. B, Jnr, H-yi,-:
-ED DAWN and LNDA s.ced I.r, iri e c-ent.f LAST KrJOWN AD. Se. eiar,
HATTAWAY cate wil eji sold io ire DRESS uNKr0OWN
liven Description: BEG NW highest bidder in the 03/11/09
, as COR E1046.29 FT BCC Board Meeting. CURRENT ADDRESS: 03/18/09
wing 5644 42 FT W108.09 Room at the Okaloosa UNKNOWN 03/25/09
filed S23, T-1N1. R22 County Courthouse, 04/01/09
Tax Parcel ID#: Crestview, Florida at
sued 24-3N-22-0000-0001- 10:00 a.m. on Friday, YOU ARE NOTI- La
icate 0170 Opening Bid: April 24, 2009. Regis- FIED that an action to Legal # 100563
if is- ,'i 862.13i tration begins at 9:30 foreclose a mortgage IN THE CIRCUIT
Sin TDA Cae #:'2009 TD ar. on the following prop- IN THE CIR IT
y is 000033 C erty in OKALOOSA COURT OF THE
de- All of said property be- Dated this 5th day of County, Florida: FIRST JUDICIAL CR-
)rop- ing in the County of March, 2009. CUT, IN AND FOR
Okaloosa, State of Flor- DON W. HOWARD LOT 18, BLOCK B, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
2 of ida. CLERK OF THE CIR- RIDGE CREST PHASE FLORIDA CASE
to: Unless the certificate is CUlT COURTS II, ACCORDING TO 09-CP-000233-S
redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, THE PLAT THEREOF,
SW law, the property de- Deputy Clerk RECORDED' IN PLAT IN RE: ESTATE OF:
E1/4 scribed in .the certifi- BOOK 21, PAGE 96, THURMAN RAY
23W, cate will be sold to the 03/11/09' 97 AND 98, OF THE MANESS,
highest bidder in the 03/18/09 PUBLIC RECORDS Deceased.
ID#: BQC Board Meeting 03/25/09 OF OKALOOSA
- Room at the Okaloosa 04/01/09 COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE TO CREDI-
Bid: County Courthouse, _______ TORS
Crestview, Florida at # has been filed against The administration of
' TD 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Legal #100557 you and you are re- The administration f
April, 2009. Registra- NOTICE OF APPLICA- quired to serve a copy the R estate of
be- tion begins at 9:30 am.' NOTICE OF APPLICA- of your written de- THURMAN RAY
of- begns at 9 TION FOR TAX DEED fenses if any on r MANESS, deceased, is
Flor- Dated this 5th dayi of Nc hb gv before April 30, 2009, pending im the Circuit
March, 2009. day Notice is hereby given on Florida Default Law Court of Okaloosa
te is DON W. HOWARD that Merlot III, LLC, as Group, PL., Plaintiff's County, Florida, Pro-
g to CLERK OF THE CIR- oldeof the followingattorney, whose -ad- bate Division, the ad-
de- CUIT COURTS certificate, has filed, dress is 9119 Corpo- dress ofk which is 1250
e RCUITiOURTS said certificate for a Tax rate Lake Drive Suite North Eglin Parkway,
ertifi- By: Usa L. Gua, Deed to .be issued rate Lake D rve SuiteCo
i the Deputy Clerk thereon. The certificate 300, Tampa, Florida Okaloosa County
the T c"r.......e 33634, and file the orig- Courthouse, Annex,
ting 03/11/09 number and year of is- inal with this Court el- Shalimar, Florida
tosa 03/18/09 suance, the name in father before service on 32579. The names and
use 03/2518/09 which the property is Plaintiff's attorney or addresses of the Per-
ause, 03/25/09 assessed and the de- immediately thereafter; sonal Representative
at 4/01/09 scription of the prop-therwise a efault will and of the Personal
day erty is as follows: terw dautw Representative's attor-
s- Legal #100555 Certificate # 671 of be entered against you ney are set forth below.
9:30 La 15Ciates # T or the relief demanded
NOTICE OF APPLICA- & B Properties, LLC to in the Complaint or pe- All creditors of the de-
TION FOR TAX DEED Description: LOT 3B: tuition. cedent and other per-
y of COM. SW COR NE1./4 This notice shall hbe sons having claims or
Notice is hereby given OF S3, T3N, R23W published once each demands against
,.- that Verdot VI, LLC, as ETC week for two consecu decedent's estate, in-
CIR- holder of the following Parcel ID#: tive week fo in thewo conesec cluding unmatured,
certificate, has filed 03-3N-23-0000-0001- .view News Bu.lletin contingent or unliqui-
said certificate for a Tax 0140 Opening Bid: e dated claims, on whom
Deed to be issued $4,816.10 WITNESS my hand and a Copy of this notice is
thereon. The certificate TDA Case #: 2009 TD the seal of this Court served, must file their
number and year of is- 000034 C on this 16 day of claims with this Court
suance, the name in All of said property be- March, 2009. WITHIN THE LATER
vihich the property is ing in the County of OFarc / 3 MONTHS AFTER
assessed and the de- Okaloosa, State of Flor- Don W. Howard. THE DATE OF FIRST
scription of the prop- ida. Clerk of the Court PUBLICATION OR 30
erty is as follows: Unless the certificate is ClerDAofYSthe.ourt AFTER 'THE,
Certificate # 670 of redeemed according to By: Anita Cantrall DATE OF SERVICE
CA- 2006 Assessed to: R law, the property de- As.Deputy Clerk OF A COPY OF THIS"
ED S R, LLC scribed in the certifi- NOTICE ON THEM.
Description: LOT 4A, cate will be sold to the nvoice to & Copy to All other creditors of
liven 'COM SW' COR OF highest bidder in the Florida Default Law All other creditors of
; as NE1/4 OF SEC 3, T3N, B C Board Meeting Group, L. the decedent and other
wing R23, ETC Room at the Okaloosa RO. Box 25018 persons having claims
filed Parcel ID#: County Courthouse, Tampa Florida or demands against
Tax 03-3N-23-0000-0001- Crestview, Florida at. 33622-5018 decedent's estate, in-
sued 0130 Opening Bid: 10:00 a.m. on Friday, CHASEEiRECT-CONV- cluding unmatured,
icate $2,857.48 April 24, 2009. Regis- abiven-F09005684 contingent or unliqui-
Of is- TDA Case #: 2009 TD tiation begins at 9:30 **See Americans with dated claims, must file
e in 000029 C .' am. Disabilities Act their claims with the
y is All of said property be- IMPORTANT court WITHIN 3
de- ing in the County of Dated this 5th day of IMPORTANT MONTHS AFTER THE
)rop- Okaloosa, State of Flor- March, 2009. In accordance with DATE OF THE FIRST
ida. DON W. HOWARD the Americans with Dis- PUBLICATION OF
5 of Unless the certificate is CLERK OF THE CIR- abilities Act, persons THIS NOTICE.
to: redeemed according to CUIT COURTS with disabilities need
LYDE law, the property de- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- ing special accommo- ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
scribed in the certifi- uty Clerk dation to participate n JECTIONS NOT SO
I OF cate will be sold to the this proceeding should FILED WILL B E FOR-
4E /, highest bidder in the 03/11/09 contact Court Adminis- EVER BARRED.
T4N, BCC. Board Meeting 03/18/09 traction at 101 James
Room at the Okaloosa. 03/25/09 Lee Boulevard East, PATTI KAY HARRIS
ID#: County .Courthouse, 04/01/09 Crestview, FL, Personal Representa-
- Crestview, Florida at -.32536-3515; telephone tive
Bid: 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Legal #100561 number (850) 1132 S.E. 7th Ct., Apt.
April 24, 2009. Regis- 689-5000, Extension 206
I TD tration begins at 9:30 IN THE CIRCUIT 7497, prior to the pro- Dania Beach, Florida
am. ) COURT OF THE ceeding. or Shalimar 33004
be- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- (850) 651-7497
y of Dated this 5th day of CUlT The date of first publi-
Flor- March, 2009. IN AND FOR IMPORTANT cation of this notice is
DON W. HOWARD OKALOOSA COUNTY, March 25, 2009
te is CLERK OF THE CIR- FLORIDA In accordance with
g to CUIT COURTS CIVIL ACTION CASE the Americans with Dis- Respectfully submitted,
de- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- NO.: abilities Act, persons
ertifi- uty Clerk 46-2009-CA-000509 with disabilities need- MICHAEL A. JONES,
Sthe DIVISION: ing special accommo- ESQ.
the 03/11/08 nation to participate in POST OFFICE BOX
eting 03/18/09 CHASE HOME FI- this proceeding should 947
oosa 03/25/09 NANCE LLC, contact Court Adminis- NICEVILLE, FL
)use, 04/01/09 Plaintiff, tration at 1250 N. Eglin 32588-0947
at Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 850-729-7440
iday, Legal # 100556 vs. 32579; telephone num- Florida Bar No. 332471
egis- ber (850) 651-7497, Attorney for Personal
9:30 NOTICE OF APPLICA- AUBREY J. FLANDERS prior to the proceeding. Representative
TION FOR TAX DEED et al,
Defendant(s). 03/25/09 03/25/09
y of Notice is hereby given 04/01/09 04/01/09
that Debra A. Simonds, NOTICE OF ACTION
as holder of the follow- Legal # 100564
CIR- ing certificate, has filed TO: Legal # 100562
u said certificate for a Tax BLANCHE R. FLAN- IN THE CIRCUIT
ula, Deed to be issued DERS ADVERTISEMENT OF COURT OF THE
thereon. The certificate COMPLETION FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
number and year of is- LAST KNOWN AD- CUIT, IN AND FOR
suance, the name in DRESS:1555 Vinson Hayes Construction, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
S-which the property is RayRd Inc.(Contractor) FLORIDA CASE NO
assessed and the de- Baker, FI 32531 09-CP-239
scription of the prop- 3950 Oakleigh Drive,
erty is as follows: CURRENT ADDRESS: Jay, FL, IN RE: ESTATE OF
Certificate # 3486 of UNKNOWN LOUIS CHARLES
2002 Assessed to: gives notice of comple- MENETREY JR.,
CA- GLORIA ANN SPEARS ANY AND ALL UN- tion of County Road Deceased.
EED Description: BEG INT KNOWN PARTIES 4A Red Branch Wash
OF E LINE OF NE1/4 CLAIMING BY, R e p a i r s NOTICE TO CREDI-
liven OF NE1/4 & N R/W THROUGH, UNDER, #Ok-Oct07Storm-CR4A- TORS
as S35, T3N, R25 AND AGAINST THE 01_(Project)
wing Parcel ID#: HEREIN NAMED INDI- The administration of
filed 35-3N-25-0000-0004- VIDUAL DEFEND- and sets February 26 the estate of LOUIS
Tax 0000 Opening Bid: ANT(S) WHO ARE ,2009 as the date of fi- CHARLES MENETREY
sued $1,593.34 NOT KNOWN TO BE nal settlement. JR., deceased, is pend-
icate TDA Case #: 2009 TD DEAD OR ALIVE, ing in the Circuit Court
if is- 000038 C WHETHER SAID UN- Yellow River Soil & for Okaloosa County,
e in All of said property be- KNOWN PARTIES Conservation District Florida, Probate Divi-
y is Ing in the County of MAY CLAIM AN IN- 938 North Ferdon sion, the address of
de- Okaloosa, State of Flor- TEREST AS SPOUSE, Boulevard which is 1250 North
rop- ida. HEIRS, DEVISEES, Crestview, Florida Eglin Parkway,


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Okaloosa County, Flor- R22W, ETC. law
ida, Probate Division, Parcel ID#: scr
the address of which is 15-3N-22-0000-0001- cat
1250 North Eglin Park- 0320 Opening Bid: hig
way, Okaloosa County,. $2,314.82 BC
Courthouse Annex, TDA Case #: 2009 TD Ro
Shalimar, Florida 000042 C Co
32579. The names and All of said property be- Cpri
addresses of the Per- ing in the County of 10:
sonal Representative Okaloosa, State of Flor- Ap
and of the Personal ida. tral
Representative's attor-' Unless the certificate is am
ney are set forth below, redeemed according to
law, the property de- Da
All creditors of the de- scribed in the certifi- Ma
cedent and other per- cate will be sold to the
sons having claims or highest bidder in the
demands against BCC Board Meeting
decedent's estate, in- Room at the Okaloosa DC
cluding unmatured, County Courthouse, CL
contingent or unliqui- Crestview, Florida at CU
dated claims, on whom 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
a copy of this notice is April 28, 2009. Regis-
served, must file their tration begins at 9:30 By:
claims with this Court am.
YVITHIN THE LATER uty
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER Dated this 11th day of
THE DATE OF FIRST March, 2009. 03/
PUBLICATION OF DON W. HOWARD 03/
THIS NOTICE OR 30 CLERK OF THE CIR- 04/
DAYS AFTER THE CUIT COURTS 04/
DATE OF SERVICE By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
OF A COPY OF THIS uty Clerk
NOTICE ON THEM. Le!
All other creditors of 03/18/09
the decedent and other 03/25/09
persons having claims 04/01/09 FI
or demands against 04/08/09
decedent's estate, in- O____
cluding unmatured, r
contingent or' unliqui- Legal # 100566
dated claims, must file 2C
their claims with the NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Court WITHIN 30 TION FOR TAX DEED
MONTHS AFTER THE WE
DATE OF THE FIRST Notice is hereby given NA
PUBLICATION OF that Sauternes V, LLC, Pla
THIS NOTICE. as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed vs.
ALL CLAIMS AND OB- said certificate for a Tax
SECTIONS NOT SO Deed to- be issued KE
FILED WILL BE FOR- thereon. The certificate TO
EVER BARRED. number and fear of is- De
suance, the name in
The date of first publi- which the property is
cation of this notice is assessed and the de- S
March 25, 2009. scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:,
AVICE JANE Certificate # 1869 of NC
MENETREY 2006 Assessed to: GI\
,Personal Representa- JERRY R. ARM- Or
tive STRONG For
'4160 Ward Cove Description: CREST- Ma
"Niceville, Florida 32578 VIEW. -BLOCK 157 ter
SLOTS 9& 10 20(
MICHAEL A. JONES, Parcel ID#: Cir
ESQ. 17-3N-23-2490-0157- FIF
Post Office' Box 947 0090 Opening Bid: in
Niceville, FI 32588-0947 $38,261.74. Co
850-729-7440 TDA Case #: 2009 TD wh
Florida Bar No. 332471 000054 C FAR
Attorney for Personal All of said property be- the
Representative ing in the County of NE
Okaloosa, State of Flor- FE
03/25/09 ida. TO
04/01/09 Unless the certificate is ant
redeemed according to hig
law, the property de-. del
Legal #100565 scribed in the. certifi- SH
cate will be sold to the OF
ADVERTISEMENT OF highest bidder in the DC
COMPLETION BCC Board Meeting AN
Room at the Okaloosa 5 d
AERO TRAINING & County Courthouse, foil
RENTAL, INC. Crestview, Florida at prc
537 GULFSHORE 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, sai
DRIVE, DESTIN, FL April 28, 2009. Regis-
32541 tration begins at 9:30 LO
am. 1,V
gives notice of comple- CC
tion of BONE CREEK Dated this 11th day of PL
ROAD REPAIRS. March, 2009. RE
DON W. HOWARD BO
C o n t r a c t : CLERK OF THE CIR- 32,
.*OK-OCT07-STORM- CUIT COURTS RE
-CR2-05 By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- OK1
uty Clerk FLI
and sets April 23 of
'2009 as the date of fi- .A/K
nal settlement 03/18/09 TR
03/25/09 BE
Yellow River Soil and 04/01/09 .
Water Conservation 04/08/09 An
- District (Owner) _____ ______ an
.Attn: John Berg- 100567 plu
schneider Legal #100567 an
1759 South Ferdon pro
Blvd.. NOTICE OF APPLICA- the
Crestview, FI 32536 TION FOR TAX DEED Pen
cla
Dawn Coughey aft
Secretary Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC, wit
"03/25/09 holder of the following the
04/l1/09 certificate, has filed on
S04/08/09 said certificate for a Tax
04/15/09 Deed to be issued Do
thereon. The certificate Cle
number and year of is- Col
Legal # 100565 suance, the name in By:
which the -property is Del
OTICE OF APPLICA- assessed and the de-
TION FOR TAX DEED scription of the prop- Flo
Ni is erty is as follows: Grr
Notice is hereby given Certificate # 2549 of RO
that Malbec II, LLC, as 2006. Assessed to: Tar
holder of the following BANK OF NEW.YORK 336
certificate, has filed Description: PINE
said certificate for a Tax MEADOWS 4TH PT IM
Deed to be issued. LOT 13 ETC.. In
'thereon. The certificate Parcel ID#: Am
number and year of is- 33-1S-24-2064-0000- itie
suance, the name in 013B Opening Bid: dis
which the property is $5,291.77 sp
assessed and the de- TDA Case #: 2009 TD tio
scription of the prop- 000043 S this
erty is as follows: All of said property be- cohi
Certificate # 1585 of ing in the County of trat
S2006 Assessed to: Okaloosa, State of Flor- Lei
BRIAN D & FLORA C ida. Cri
GOODWIN 32
Description: COM NW Unless the certificate is nui
SCOR SEC 15, T3N, redeemed according to


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ted this 11th da
rch, 2009.


ON W. HOWARD
ERK OF THE
JIT COURTS


Lisa L. Guia,
Clerk
'18/09
'25/09
'01/09
'08/09

gal # 100568
IN THE CIRCUI
COURT OF THI
RST JUDICIAL C
CUIT IN AND FO
KALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA CIVIL A
TION CASE NO
I07-CA-005228 D
SION
ELLS FARGO BP
intiff,


NNETH E HAL
N II, et al,
fendant(s)
NOTICE OF RE
SCHEDULED FOI
CLOSURE SALI
iTICE IS HER
VEN pursuant to
der Reschedi
reclosure Sale d
rch 24, 2009 and
ed in Case
07-CA-005228 of
cuit Court of
1ST Judicial Ci
and for OKALO
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a Plaintiff and I
TH E HAUGHTY
LICIA D. HAU
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ts, I will sell to
ghest .and best
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ALIMAR: IN FR
F CLERK'S FR
DOR OF SHALI
NEX at 11:00. or
lay of May, 2009
owing descr
iperty as set for
d Final Judgment
T 29, BLI
VILLAGE WEST,
IRDING TO
AT THEREOF
CORDED IN P
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ALOOSA COU
ORIDA.'
K/A. 1156- L
AIL, FORT WAL
ACH, FL 32547
y person clair
Interest in the
is from the sal
y, other than
operty owner a
e date of the
ndens must fil
im within (60) c
er the sale.
ness my hand
a seal of this C
March 24, 2009
n W. Howard
irk of the Ci
urt '
: Viki Jackson.
puty Clerk
'rida Default
oup, RL.
. Box 25018
mpa, Flo
322-5018
PORTANT
accordance with
nericans with Dis
s. Act, persons
abilities nee
ecial accomm
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s proceeding sh
intact Court 'Adm
tion at 101 'Ja
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estview,.
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de- 689-5000, Extension
ertifi- 7497, prior to the pro-
the ceeding. or Shalimar
the (850) 651-7497
eting
oosa IMPORTANT
)use, In accordance with the
at Americans with Disabil-
sday, cities Act, persons with
egis- disabilities needing
9:30 special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
ly of contact Court Adminis-
tration pt 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
CIR-
04/01/09
04/08/09

Dep- Legal # 100568
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC,
as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to' be issued
T thereon. The certificate
E number and year of is-
CIR-, suance, the name in
)R which the property is
NTY, assessed and the de-
C- scription of the prop-
. erty is as follows:
lVt- Certificate # 204 of
2006 Assessed to:
CBR INVESTMENTS,
ANK, INC
Description: STONE-
BRIDGE PH II @
KELLY PLANTATION
BLOCK JJ LOT 29
Parcel ID#:
JGH- 00-2S-22-1444-OOJJ-
0290 Opening Bid:
$19,581.95
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000057 S
RE- All of said property be-
E ing in the County of
Okalobsa, State of Flor-
IEBY ida. '
o an Unless the certificate is'
ruling redeemed according to
lated law, the property de-
d en- scribed in the certifi-
No. cate will be sold to the
the highest bidder in the
the BCC Board Meeting
circuit Room at the Okaloosa
OSA County Courthouse;
orida Crestview, Florida at
ELLS 10:00 a,m. on Tuesday,
A, is April 28, 2009. Regis-
KEN- traction begins at 9:30
)N II; am.
JGH-
end- Dated this 11th day of
the March, 2009.
bid- DON W. HOWARD
at CLERK OF THE CIR-
ONT CUIT COURTS
ONT By: Lisa'L. Guia, Dep-
MAR uty Clerk
n the
, the
ribed 03/18/09
th in 03/25/09
t: 04/01/09
04/08/09
OCK
AC- Legal # 100569 '
THE
AS NOTICE OF APPLICA-
PLAT TION FOR TAX DEED
E(S)
BLIC Notice is hereby given
OF that Sauternes V, LLC,
NTY, as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
OST Deed to be issued
TON thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
ming which the property is
sur- assessed and the-de-
e, if scription of the prop-
the erty is as follows:
s of Certificate # 2439 of
Lis 2006 Assessed to:
Ie a CHASE MANHATTAN.
days MORTGAGE
Description: COM SW
COR OF SEC 29, T3N,
and R24W, ETC
;ourt Parcel ID#:
29-3N-24-0000-0002-
008B Opening Bid:
$4,883.41
circuit TDA Case'#: 2009 TD
000044 C
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Law ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
orida law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
the BCC Board Meeting
sabil- Room at the Okaloosa
with County Courthouse,
ding Crestview, Florida at
oda- 10:00 a.m: on Tuesday,
e in April 28, 2009. Regis-
iould tration begins at 9:30
ninis- am.
.mes
East, Dated this 11th day of
FL, March, 2009.
hone
850) DON W. HOWARD


IIIIJICIU III I- -Uli-


CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal # 100573 The certificate number IGREES5751 WEST redeemed according to
CUIT COURTS and year of issuance, ETC law, the property de-
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- NOTICE OF APPLICA- the name in which the Parcel ID#: scribed in the certifi-
uty Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED property is assessed 08-3N-22-0000-0001- cate will be sold to the
and the description of 0510 Opening Bid: highest bidder in the
Notice is hereby given the property is as fol- $9,573.94 BCC Board Meeting
03/18/09 that Sauternes V, LLC, lows: TDA Case #: 2009 TD Room at the Okaloosa
03/25/09 as holder of the follow- Certificate # 830 of 000065 C County Courthouse,
04/01/09 ing certificate, has filed 2001 Assessed to: L. All of said property be- Crestview, Florida at
04/08/09 said certificate for a Tax B. REED ing in the County of 10:00 a.m.. on Tuesday,
Deed to be issued Description. ORANGE Okaloosa, State of Flor- April 28, 2009. Regis-
thereon. The certificate DALE NORTH WEST ida. tration begins at 9:30
Legal # 100570 number and year of is- BLOCK U LOTS 1 TO Unless the certificate is am.
suance, the name in 48 INC redeemed according to
NOTICE OF APPLICA- which the property is Parcel ID#: law, the property de- Dated this 11th day of
TION FOR TAX DEED assessed and the de- 03-3N-22-192B-000U- scribed in the certifi- March, 2009.
scription of the prop- 0010 Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the
Notice is hereby given erty is as follows: $1,400.84 highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD
that Sauternes V, LLC, Certificate # 1527 of TDA Case #: 2009 TD BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR-
as holder of the follow- 2006 Assessed to: 000019 Room at the Okaloosa CUlT COURTS
ing certificate, has filed ADDIE IRENE DAVIS All of said property be- County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
said certificate for a Tax Description: W1/2 OF ing in the County of Crestview, Florida at uty Clerk
Deed to be issued SW1/4 OF SW1/4 IN Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
thereon. The certificate SEC 14, T3N, R25W, ida. April 28, 2009. Regis-
number and year of is- ETC Unless the certificate is tration begins at 9:30 03/18/09
suance, the name in Parcel ID#: redeemed according to am. 03/25/09
which the property is 14-3N-25-0000-0026- law, the property de- 04/01/09
assessed and the de- 0000 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi- Dated this 11th day of 04/08/09
scription of the prop- $4;830.27 cate will be sold to the March, 2009.
erty is as follows: TDA Case #: 2009 TD highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD
Certificate # 1586 of 000067 C BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal #100582
2006 Assessed to: All of said property be, Room at the' Okaloosa CUIT COURTS
JOE D. & DAPHNE J. ing in the County of County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
COX Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, Florida at uty Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED
Description: N1/2 OF ida. 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
S1/2 OF NE1/4 OF Unless the certificate is April 28, 2009. Regis-
NE1/4, A/K/A TRACT redeemed according to tration begins at 9:30 03/18/09 Notice is hereby given
11 SADDLEBROOK law, the property de- am. 03/25/09 that Sauternes V, LLC,
FARMS UNRECORDED scribed in the certifi- 04/01/09 as holder of the follow-
ETC. cate will be sold to the., Dated this 11th day of 04/08/09 ing certificate, has filed
Parcel ID#: highest bidder in .the March, 2009. said certificate for a Tax
15-3N-22-0000-0001- BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD Deed to be issued
0330 Opening Bid: Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal # 100580 thereon. The certificate
$3,333.96 County Courthouse, CUlT COURTS number and year of is-
TDA Case #; 2009 TD Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- NOTICE OF APPLICA- suance, the name in
000070 C 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, uty Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED which the property is
All of said property be- April 28, 2009. Regis- assessed and the de-
ing in the County of tration begins at 9:30 03/18/09 Notice is hereby given scription of the prop-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- am. 03/25/09 that Malbec II, LLC, as erty is as follows:
ida. 04/01/09 holder of the following Certificate # 167 of
Unless the certificate is Dated this 11th day of 04/08/09 certificate, has filed 2006 Assessed to:
redeemed according to March, 2009. said certificate for a Tax RENATO M. MANAS,
law, the property de- Deed to be issued ROY M. MARIANO &
scribed in the certifi- 'DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100578 thereon. The certificate RUPERTY Y. MARIANO
cate will be sold to the CLERK OF THE CIR- number and year of is- Description: INDIAN
highest bidder in the CUIT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- suance, the name in TRAIL ESTATES LOT
BCC Board .Meeting By:, Lisa L. Guia, Dep- TION FOR TAX DEED which the property is 22
Room at the Okaloosa uty Clerk assessed and the. de- Parcel ID#:
County Courthouse, Notice is hereby given scription of the prop- 00-2S-22-1269-0000-
Crestview, Florida at that Sauternes V, LLC, erty is as follows: 0220 Opening Bid:
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 03/18/09 as holder of the follow- Certificate # 2128 of $6,882.07
April 28, 2009. Regis- 03/25/09 ing certificate, has .filed 2006 Assessed to: TDA Case #: 2009 TD
tration begins at 9:30 04/01/09 said certificate for a Tax KJT INVESTMENTS, 000052 S
am. 04/08/09 Deed to be issued INC All of said property be-
thereon. The certificate D e s c r i p t i o n : ing in the County of
Dated this 11th day of Legal #,100574 number and year of is- PARKWOOD SQUARE Okaloosa, State of Flor-
-March, 2009. ega suance, the name in PH 1 COM AT EAST- ida.
NOTICE OF APPLICA- which the property is ERNMOST.COR ETC
DON W. HOWARD TION FOR TAX DEED assessed and the de- Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is
CLERK OF THE CIR- T.N FOR TAX D.ED scription of the ,prop- 23-1S-22-0000-0008- redeemed according to
CUIT COURTS Notice is here given erty is as follows: 0030 Opening Bid: law, the property de-
By: Usa L. Guia, Dep- that Sauternes V. LLC .Certificate # 806 of $2,195.28 scribed in the certifi-
uty Clerk as holder of the follow 2006, Assessed to: TDA Case #: 2009 TD cate will be sold to the
in certificate, has filed DARRIN W AND APRIL 000041 S highest bidder in the
sacertificae fo Tax V HABEL All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting
03/18/09 Deed to be issued Description: CHOC- ing, in the County of Room at the Okaloosa
03/25/09 thedon Thoe icer e TAWMAR BLOCK 2 Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse,
04/01/09 thereon. The certificate LOT 48 ida. Crestview, Florida at
04/01/09 number and year of is- LOT 48 ida. Crestview, Florida at
04/08/09 suance, the name i Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
Ssunwhich the ropert is 05-2S-23-0400-0002- redeemed,according to April 28, 2009. Regis-
Legal # 100571 assessed and the de 0480 Opening Bid: law, the property de- tration begins at 9:30
scription f the prop: $15,063.31 scribed in the certifi- am.
NOTICE OF APPLICA- ertyis follows TDA Case #: 2009 TD cate will be sold to the
TION FOR TAX DEED Certificate # 2314 of 000066 S highest bidder in the Dated this 11th day of
2006 Assessed to- All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting March, 2009,
Notice is hereby given WILLIAM H. FREEMAN' ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa
that Sauternes V, LLC, JR Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse,
as holder of the follow- Description: COM NE ida. Crestview, Florida at
ing certificate, has filed COR OF SEC 26 T4N Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, DON W. HOWARD
said certificate for a Tax R23W, ETC redeemed according to April 28, 2009. Regis- CLERK. OF THE CIR-
Deed to be issued Parcel 'ID#: law, the property de- tration begins at 9:30 CUIT COURTS
thereon. The certificate 26-4N-23-0000-0003- scribed in the certifi- am.
number and year of is- 0180 Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the
suance, the name in $5,225.77 highest bidder in the Dated this 11th day of By:
which the- property is TDA Case #: 2009 TD BCC Board Meeting March, 2009. Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
assessed and the'de- 000068 C. Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD uty Clerk
scription- of the prop- All of said property be- County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR-
erty is as follows: ing n the County of Crestview, Florida at CUIT COURTS 03/18/09
Certificate # 483 of. Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- 03/25/09
2006 Assessed to: ida. April 28, 2009. Regis- uty Clerk 04/01/09
COYOTE LAND CO Unless the certificate is tration begins at 9:30 04/08/09
Description: COM SE redeemed according to am.
COR F SEC 1, T2N, law, the property de- 03/18/09
R23W, ETC scribed in the certifi- Dated this 11th day of 03/25/09Legal # 100583
Parcel ID#: cate will be sold to the March, 2009. 04/01/09
01-2N-23-0000-0002- highest bidder in the DON W..HOWARD 04/08/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA-
0060 Opening Bid: BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- TION FOR TAX DEED
$5,816. 88 Room at the Okaloosa CUIT COURTS
TDA Case #: 2009 TD County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- Legal # 100581 Notice is hereby given
000049 C Crestview, Florida at uty Clerk that Sauternes V, LLC,
All of said property be- Crestview, Floridaat NOTICE OF APPLICA- as holder of the follow-
ing in the County of 10ril 2 2a.m. onTuesday, TION FOR TAX DEED ing certificate, has filed
Okaloosa, State of Flor- station begins at 9:30 03/25/09 oticesaid certificate for a Tax
ida. am.03/25/09Notice is hereby given Deed to be issued
Unless the .certificate is am. 04/01/09 that Sauternes V, LLC; thereon. The certificate
redeemed according to Dated this 11th day of 04/08/09 ad holder of the fellow- number and year of is-
law, the property de- March 2009 ing certificate, has filed suance, the name in
scribed in the certifi- DON #107 said certificate for a Tax which the property is
cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD Legal#100579 Deed to be issued assessed and the de-
cate will be sold to the CLERK OF THE CIR- assessed and the de-
high est bidder in the CR O THE C- thereon. The certificate scription of the proli-
8CC oa M igCUlT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- number and year of is- arty is as follows:.
Room atrd the Okaloosa etiBy: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- TION FOR TAX DEED suance, the name in Certificate # 2587 of
County Courthouse, utyClerk which the property is 2006 Assessed to:
Crestview, Florida at Notice is hereby given assessed and the de- GARY W MOORE
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,that Sauternes V, LLC, scription of the prop- Description: START AT
April 28, 2009. Resday, 03/18/09 as holder of the follow- erty is as follows: GOV MARKER AT SW
April 28,n begins at 9Regis- 03/2/09 ing certificate, has filed Certificate # 2051 of COR OF NW1/4 OF
am.n ein a 9 04/01/09 said certificate for a Tax 2006 Assessed to: SEC 34, T1S, R24W,
am 04/08/09 Deed to be issued LLANCO, INC ETC
Dated this 11th day of thereon. The certificate Description: PARISH Parcel ID#:
March, 2009. Legal #100575 number and year of is- PINES BLOCK A LOT 34-1S-24-0000-0041-
suance, the name in 14 0010 Opening Bid:
DON W. HOWARD NOTICE OF APPLICA- which .the property is Parcel ID#: $45,367.67
CLERK OF THE CIR- TION FOR TAX DEED assessed and the de- 21-2S-25-192A-000A- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
CUIT COURTS scription of the prop- 0140 Opening Bid: 000064S
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- Notice is hereby given erty is as follows: $4,778.55 All of said property be-
uty Clerk that Realty. House Certificate # 992 of TDA Case #: 2009 TD ing in the County of
Commercial Prop Inc 2006 Assessed to: 000069 S Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Def Ben Plan, as holder ROBERT M & PATRI- All of said property-be- ida
03/18/09 of the following certifi- CIA JOHNSON ing in the County of Unless the certificate is
03/25/09 cate, has filed said cer- Description: COM NE Okaloosa, Statp of Flor- redeemed according to
04/01/09 tificate for a Tax Deed COR, SEC 8, T3N, ida. law, the property de-
n0/0nn/0n to be issued thereon. R22W, THEN N 89 DE, Unless the certificate is scribed in the certifi-


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cate will be sold to the Room at the Okaloosa
highest bidder in the County Courthouse,
BCC Board Meeting Crestview, Florida at
Room at the Okaloosa 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
County Courthouse, April 28, 2009. Regis-
Crestview, Florida at tration begins at 9:30
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, am.
April 28, 2009. Regis-
tration begins at 9:30 Dated this 11th day of
am. March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
Dated this 11th day of CLERK OF THE CIR-
March, 2009. CUlT COURTS '
DON W. HOWARD By: Usa L. Guia, Dbp-
CLERK OF THE CIR- uty Clerk
CUIT COURTS
By: Usa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk 03/18/09


03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal# 100584


03u/2o/U9
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal # 100588
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


NOTICE OF APPLICA- Notice is hereby given
TION FOR TAX DEED .that Sauternes V, LLC,
as holder of the follow-
Notice is hereby given ing certificate, has filed
that Sauternes V, LLC, said certificate for a Tax
as holder of the follow- Deed to be issued
ing certificate, has filed thereon. The certificate
said certificate for a Tax number and year of is-
Deed to be issued suance, the name in
thereon. The certificate which the property is
number and year of is- assessed and the de-
suance, the name in scription of the prop-
which the .property is erty is as follows:
assessed and the de- Certificate # 2266 of
scription of the prop- 2006 Assessed to:
erty is as follows: CAROLYN R. REILING
Certificate # 1354 of Description:. S1/2 OF
2006 Assessed to: LOT 21: COM SW COR
RACE TRACK, LLC, OF SEC E660 FT N25
JAMES -NABORS & FT TO ETC
B A R B A R A Parcel ID#:
BRINCKMANN 25-4N-23-0000-0015-
Description: ELM 019B Opening Bid:
PLACE CONDO UNIT $5,140.55
2-D TDA Case #: 2009 'TD
Parcel ID#: 000063'C
13-2S-24-0819-0000- All of said property be-
002D Opening Bid: ing in the County of
$6,377.50 Okaloosa, State, of Flor-
TDA. Case #: 2009 TD ida.
000047 S Unless the certificate is
All of said property be- redeemed 'according to
ing in the County of law, the property de-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- scribed in the certifi-
ida. cate will be sold to the
Unless the certificate is highest bidder in the
redeemed according to BCC Board Meeting
law, the property de- Room at the Okaloosa
scribed in the certifi- County Courthouse,
cate will be sold to the Crestview, 'Florida at
highest bidder in the 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
BCC Board Meeting April 28, 2009. Regis-
Room at the Okaloosa tration begins at 9:30,
County Courthouse, am.
Crestview," Florida at '
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Dated this 11th day of,
April 28, 2009. Regis-. March, 2009.
traction begins at 9:30


DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100594 .
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLE
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- TION FOR TAX DE
uty Clerk
Notice is hereby
that Sauternes V,
03/18/09 as holder of the fo
03/25/09 ing certificate, has
04/01/09 said certificate for
04/08/09 Deed to be is
thereon. The certi
Legal # 100591 number and year
suance, the nam
NOTICE OF APPLICA- which the proper
TION FOR TAX DEED assessed and the
S scription of the
Notice is hereby given erty is as follows:
that Sauternes V, LLC, Certificate # .54E
that Sauternes V, LLC, 2006 Assessed
as holder of the follow- JUDY006 ANN VRASIC
ing certificate, has filed JUDY ANN VRASIC
said certificate for a Tax BEACH AMD BLOAR
issued BEACH AMD BLO(
.Deed to be issued LOT 23
thereon. The certificate Parcel
number and year of is- 03-2S-24-1000-000
suance, the name in 030S O0p
which the property is 0230 $4,676.Opening14
assessed and the de- $4,676.14
scription of the prop- TDA Case #: 20
erty is as follows: 000056
Certificate # 1446 of All of said proper
2006 Assessed to: kaloosa State of
MERRITT E TAPPAN Okaloosa, State of
MERRIp E TAPPAN ida.
Description: UN. Unless the certifica
HOUSE CONDO UNIT redeemed according
4 D law, the property
4-Parcel ID#. scribed in the c
ssOpening id Bi cate will be sold t
u0040 pending Bid. highest bidder in
$4,835.79 0 BCC Board Mee
TDA Case #: 2 9 TD'Room at the Okal
000Q62 S County Courthc
All of said property be- Crtview, Florid
ing in the County of 10:00 am. on Tue
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Apri 28 2a ...
iaApril 28, 2009,. Ri
ida. tration begins at
Unless the certificate is traction begins at
redeemed according to am.
law, the property de- Dated this 11th dd
scribed in the certifi-March,2009.
cate will be sold to the March, 2009
highest bidder in the DON W HOWARD
BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE
Room at the Okaloosa CUlT COURTSHE
County Courthouse, CULT COURTS
By* Lisa L. Guia, D
Crestview, Florida at uty Clerk
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,.
April 28, 2009. Regis-
tration begins at 9:30 03/18/09
am. 03/25/09,
Dated this 11th day of 04/08/09
March, 2009 04/08/09
DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100595
CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF APPL
CUlT COURTS TIOFO AX
By: ULisa L. Guia, Dep- TION FOR TAX DE
uty ClerkI ice is ,h, b,


03/18/09
03/25/09 .
04/01/09
04/08/09


that Sauternes V,
-as holder of the fo
ing certificate, has
said certificate for
Deed to be is
theronn The certi


Jay, FL, 32565

LICA- gives notice of comple-
ED tion of County Road 2
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given #OK-Oct07Storm-CR2
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filed and sets March 19
a Tax ,2009 as the date of fi-
sued nal settlement.
ficate
of is- Yellow River Soil &
ie in Conservation District
ty is 938 North ,Ferdon
9 de- Boulevard
prop- Crestview, Florida
32536
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to: By: Jane Hayes Secre-
tary
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03/25/09
ID#: 04/01/09
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9 TD
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
y be- TION FOR TAX DEED
ty of
Flor- Notice is hereby, given
that Sauternes V, LLC,
ate is as holder of the follow-
ng to ing certificate, has filed
.de- said certificate for a Tax
;ertifi- Deed to be issued
o the thereon. The certificate
i the number and year of is-
eting suance, the name in
loosa which the property is
house, assessed and the de-
a at scription of the prop-
sday, erty is as follows:
legis- Certificate # 2479 of
9:30 ?006 .Assessed to:
DONALD YANDELL &
ERLIND STEESE
ay of Description: COUN-
TRYVIEW EST PH 4,
4TH ADD LOT 20


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am DON W. HOWARD i e o ..............
am. DON W. HOWARD number and year of is-
CL ERK OF THE CIR- Legal #,100592 suancer the name in Da
Dated this 11th day of CUITCOURTS which the property is Ma
April, 2p09. By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- NOTICE OF APPLICA- assessed and the de-
uty Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED scription of the prop- DC
DON W. HOWARD. rty is as follows:. p CL
CLERK OF THE CIR- Notice is hereby given Certificate # 2129 of CU
CUlT COURTS 03/18/09 that Sauternes V, LLC, 2006 Assessed to: By:
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-' 03/25/09 as holder of the follow- SIEGFRIED WALTHER uty
uty Clerk 04/01/09 ing certificate, has filed Description: ST AN-
04/08/09 said certificate for a.Tax DREWS VILLAGE 03/
Deed to be issued SOUTH AT 03/
03/18/09 thereon. The certificate BLUEWATER BAY 04/
03/25/09 Legal # 100589 number and year of is- UNIT 1 LOT 6 04/
04/01/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA suance, the name in Parcel ID#: -
N FO A PD which the property is 23-1S-22-2382-0000- Leg
SFRTX__________ TEEassessed'and the de- 0060 Opening Bid:

Legal # 100585 Notice is hereby given scription f other prop- $6,648.49 #: 209 TD
rerty-sasfollows: TDA Case #: 2009 TDI
1OTICE OF APPLICA- hasholder of the follow rtficatse 294 00048 be- No
TION FOR TAX DEED ing certificate, has filed 200TWODAKOTAINs C nl of said ptyof thae
said certificate for a Tax TWO D CINCO n i hol
Notice ci hereby ger to e issue d Description: CINCO Okaloosa, State of Flor- -er
Notice is hereby n e tobe .ssue BAYOUr BLOCK 2 aa,
.that Sauternes V, LLG, thereon. The certificate LOTS 4 ETC a i
as holder of the follow- number and year of is- Parcel ID#: unless the certificate is
ing certificate, has filed suance, the name in 12-2-24-0460-0002- law, thredeeed according to
said certificate fora Tax which the property is 0040 Oenin Bid: lawscrib the property fde- nu
Deed to .be issued assessed and the de- $42,837.02 catWill be sold to n the su
thereon. The certificate scription of the prop- TDA Case #: 2009 TD highest bidder in the w
number and year of is- erty is as follows: 000050 S BCC. Board Meeting as
suance, the name in Certificate # '1360 ofAllof said propertybe-Room at the aloosa sci
which the property is 2006 Assessed to: i t ou Room at the ouka eroosa
assessed and the de- BARBARA D. SMITH kaloosa St ofFlor-County courthouse
scription of the prop- Description: SHELL Oka.loosa State For- Cestview, Florida at
erty is as follows: PARK CONDO BLDG C id.a 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, BR
Certificate # 39 of 2006 UNIT C7 BLDG Unless thecertificate is April 28, 2009. Regis-BR
A ssessed t :Parc ... "D#:law, the property de- am
POINTE DEVELOP- 13-2S-24-1223-OOOC- riwbt in he certifi- am BL
MENOFDESTN 0107 Opening Bid:catewill be sold to the Dated this 11th day of Pa
D es c r i p t o n:9,576.79 2009TD h bidder n the March 2009 14

KBLT 102 ,ID#: All of said property be- Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD .$7
0---Parc 0-el ing in t eounty of Cuntyw Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- TD0
00-2S-22-031 0-00013-, ng .in the Countyof Crestview Florida at CUIT COURTS l00l
1020 Opening Bid: Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 am. on Tuesday, By:Lisa L. Guia, Dep- All
$13,186.36 ida.' h ,I April 28, '2009. Regis- uty Clerk 'ing
TDA Case #: 2008 TD Unless the certificate is traction begins at 9:30 Ok
000055 S redeemed according to am ida
All of said property be- law, the property de- a 03/18/09 Un
ing in the County of scribed in the certifi- Dated this 11th day of 03/25/09 red
Okaloosa, State of Flor- cate will be sold to the March, 2009. 04/01/09 la
ida. highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD 04/08/09scr
Unless the certificate is BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- 04/08/09 cat
redeemed according to Room at the Okaloosa CUIT COURTS LeOIS hic
law, the property de- County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. De Legal#100596 B
scribed in the certifi- Crestview, Florida at uty Clerk isa L Dep- Ro
cate will be sold to the 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, u NOTICE OF APPLICA-
highest bidder in the April 28, 2009. Regis- TION FOR TAX DEED Co
BCC Board Meeting tration begins at 9:30 03/18/09 Notice is here 10
Room at the Okaloosa am. ,'Notice is ereby given Ap
County Courthouse, 04/01/09 that SauternesV, LC, tra
Crestview, Florida at Dated this 11th day of 04/08/09 as holder of the follow- am
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March, 2009. ____ing certificate, has filed
April 28, 2009. Regis- DON W. HOWARD said certificate for a Tax Da
tration begins at 9:30 CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal #100593 Deed to be issued Ma
am. CUlT COURTS thereon. The certificate
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- NOTICE OF APPLICA- number and'year of is- DO
uty Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED suance, the name in CL
Dated this 11th day of which the property is CU
March, 2009. Notice is hereby, given assessed and the de- By'
DON WR HOWARD 03/18/09 that Sauternes V; LLC, scription of the prop- De'
CLERK OF THE CIR- 03/25/09 as holder of the follow- erty is as follows:
CUITLCOURTS 04/01/09 ing certificate, has filed Certificate # 2131 of 03/
BY: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- 04/08/09 said certificate for a Tax 2006 Assessed to: 03/
uty Clerk Deed to be issued WEBB, PETER L & 03/
thereon. The certificate LENA M
Legal # 100590 number and year of is- Description: BLUE 04
03/18/09 suance, the name .in PINE' VILLAGE PH I LE
03/25/.9 NOTICE OF APPLICA- which the property 'is BLOCK C LOT 7
04/01/09 TION FOR TAX DEED assessed and the de- .Parcel ID#:
04/08/09 sription of the prop- 23-1S-22-474A-000Cr
___Notice is hereby given erty is as follows:. 0070 Opening Bid:
that Sauternes V, LLC, Certificate # 1560 of $24742.12 FI
Legal # 100586 as holder of the follow- 2006 Assessed to: TDA Case #: 2009'TD
ing certificate, has filed W H E T S T I N E 000051 S
NOTICE OF APPLICA- said certificate for a Tax VEERAPONG All of said property be- 01
TION FOR TAX DEED Deed to 'be issued Description: REGENCY ing in the County of
he n thereon. The certificate PARK LOT 13 Okaloosa, State of Flor- C
Notice is hereby _given number and year of is- Parcel ID#: ida. C N(
that Sauternes V, LLC, suance, the name in 15-2S-24-2210-0013- Unless the certificate is
as holder of the follow- which the property is 0000 Opening Bid: redeemed according to
ing certificate, has filed assessed. and the de- $9,295.41 law, the' property de-
said certificate for a Tax scription of the prop- TDA Case #: 2009 TD scribed in the certifi- U.S
Deed to be issued erty is as follows: 000060 S e cate will be sold to the AS
thereon. The certificate Certificate # 615 of All of said property be- highest bidder in the TR
number and year of Is- 2006 Assessed to: ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting MC
suance, the name in DOROTHYSNEED Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa TI'N
Which the property is Description: FIELD S/D ida. n County Courthouse, 20(
assessed and the de- BLOCK 5 LOT 12 Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at
scription of the prop- Parcel ID#: redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
erty is as follows: 03-2S-24-0900-0005- law, the property de- April 28, 2009. Regis- vs.
Certificate # 831 of 0120 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi- traction begins at 9:30
2006' Assessed to: $42,815.63 cate will be sold to the am. EL1I
RAIYAN INVESTMENT, TDA Case #: 2009 TD highest bidder, in the 3
INC 000045 S BCC Board Meeting Dated this 11th day of 't
Description: PORT All of said property be- Room at the Okaloosa March, 2009..
DIXIE BEG NE COR ing in the-County of County Courthouse, DON W. HOWARD
BLK 122 W374.8 FT TO Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, Florida at CLERK OF THE CIR- NC
BEG W140 FT SW ALG ida. 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, CUlT COURTS
HWY 140 FT NW 140 Unless the certificate is April 28, 2009. Regis- By: ULisa L. Guia, Dep-
FT ETC. redeemed according to traction begins at 9:30 uty Clerk TO
Parcel ID#: law, the property de- am. ELI
05-2S-23-2080-0121- scribed in the certifi- LAS
0110 Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the Dated this 11th day of 03/18/09 DR
$24,088.26 highest bidder in the March, 2009. 03/25/09 NIC
TDA Case #: 2009 TD BCC Board Meeting 04/01/09 DE
000061 S Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD 04/08/09 32
All of said property be- County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR-
ing in the County of Crestview,' Florida at CUITCOURTS Legal # 100599 CU
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- UN
ida. April 28, 2009. Regis- uty Clerk ADVERTISEMENT OF
Unless the certificate is tration begins at 9:30 COMPLETION GC
redeemed according to am. LAS
law, the property de- 03/18/09 Hayes Construction, DR
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0.:46-2009-
9 DIVISION
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CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER;
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO .BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 2, BLOCK 12,
CRYSTAL BEACH, AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, AT PAGE 17,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before May 4, 2009 on
Florida Default Law
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite


Mark J. Home, the
Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 720
Blackstone Building,
Jacksonville, Florida,
32202, on or before
May 11, 2009. of the
Notice of Action, and
file the original with the
Clerk of this Court ei-
ther before service on
the Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition. Dated on March
25, 2009. I
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE
COURT
BY: ANITA CANTRALL
AS DEPUTY CLERK
04/01/2009
04/08/2009

LEGAL#120196

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2009 DIVI-
SION: FILE
NO.:F09016415
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,

vs.


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ID#: 300, Tampa, Florida PETS.& ANIMALS UPPERWARErvM -
M-0000 33634, and file the orig- NATALIE BILELLO et Call Jackie 682-4305
dining Bid: final with this Court ei- al, 1 2100- Pets
their before service on Defendant(s). 2110- Pets: Free to .
: 2009 TD Plaintiff's 'attorney or Good- Home
immediately thereafter; 2120-PetSupplies
property be- otherwise a default will NOTICE OFACTION 2130- Farm Animals/ 3 0
County of be entered against you 2140-Pes/Liestck Online Pharmacy Buy
ate of Flor- for the relief demanded TO: 2140- Pets/Livestock Soma, Ultram, Fioricet,
in the Complaint.or pe- NATALIE BILELLO 2150- Pet Memorials Prozac, Buspar.
certificate is tiiidn. LAST KNOWN AD- $71.99/90 $107/180
cording to This notice shall be DRESS: 710 LE- Quantities, Price In-C
operty de- published once each GION DRIVE UNIT E-3 cludes Prescription!
the certifi- week for two consecu- DESTIN, FL Over 200 Meds
sold to the tive weeks in the Crest- 325412527 | 2120 $25Coupon Mention
ler in the view News Bulletin. Offer:#91A3 1 .
Meeting WITNESS my hand and CURRENTADDRESS: All NEW Happy Jack (8 8 8) 3 8 9 0 4 6 1.
Okaloosa the seal of this Court 710 LEGION DRIVE Xylecide: Anti-Fungal tri-drugstore.com
courthouse, on this 20 day of UNIT E-3 shmapoo for dogs &
Florida at March,2009. DDESTIN, FL horses prevents ring-
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09. Regis- Don W. Howard INDIAN HILLS SUBDI- skin infection without | 53300
s at 9:30 Clerk of the Court VISION, INC. s t ea r o i d s!I
s at 930 Clerk of the Court LAST KNOWN AD- OKALOOSA GRAIN Airlines Are Hiring
By: Anita Cantrall DRESS: C/o Cohen, FEED STORE Train for- high paying
lth day of As Deputy Clerk Bruce, R.a 4 6 8 2 9 '3 3 3 Aviation Maintenance
303 Apache Trail. www.happyjack Career. FAA approved
S Florida Default Law Brandon, FI 33511 inc.com program Financial aid
VARD Group, RL. if qualified Housing
THE CIR- PO.,Box 25018 CURRENT ADDRESS: available. Call Aviation
S Tampa, Florida UNKNOWN Institute of Mainte-
uia, Dep- 6225018 nance (888)349-5387.
G-ANY A'D ALL UN- : Attend College Online
IMPORTANT KNOWN PARTIES 4 from Home. *Medical,
In accordance with the CLAIMING BY, *Business, *Paralegal,
Americans with Disa- THROUGH,' UNDER, Computers, Criminal
abilities Act, persons AND AGAINST THE Justice. Job placement
with disabilities need- HEREIN NAMED INDI- assistance. Computer
ing special accommo- VIDUAL DEFEND- MERCHANDISE available. Financial Aid
17 nation to participate in ANT(S) WHO ARE ... a-- i qualified. Call
this proceeding should NOT KNOWN TO BE 3100-Antiques (866)858-2121,
APPLICA- contact Court Adminis- DEAD OR ALIVE, 3110 -Appliances www.CenturaOnline.com
AX DEED traction at 101 James WHETHER SAID UN- 3128- Arts & Crafts
reby given LeeBoulevard East KNOWN PARTIES 3130 -Auctiohs Car port
b Crestview, BFL, MAY CLAIM AN IN- 3140 Baby Items
rebygiven Grestview, FL:, MAY IMA -3150-Building Supplies 12 ft x 21 ft long with 8
l, LLC, as 32536-3515; telephone TEREST AS SPOUSE, 3160-Business ft legs. Like new Ask-
e following number (850) HEIRS, DEVISEES, Equipment ing $850 obo 689-0419
ras filed 689-5000, Extension GRANTEES, OR 3170 Collectibles
e lor a Tax 7497, prior to the pro- OTHER CLAIMANTS 3180 Computers
ae issued ceeding. or Shalimar 3190 Electronics .
e certificate (850) 651-7497 -LAST KNOWN AD- 3200 Firewood
year of is- DRESS: UNKNOWN 3220 Furniture
name in IMPORTANT O 3230 Garage/Yard Sales un
property is In accordance with the CURRENT ADDRESS: 3240 Guns Eat
d the de- Americans with Disa- UNKNOWN 3260 Health & Fitness.ings to Eat
the prop- abilities Act, persons U N 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
we: with disabilities need- YOU ARE NOTIFIED 3280 Machinery/ I -u__vuT_ r _
S1462 of ing special accommo- that an action to fore- Equipment
Based to: dation to participate in close a mortgage on 3290 Medical Equipment 4100 Help Wanted
3ROWN this proceeding should the following property 3300-Miscellaneous 4110 urants/Clubs
SEA contact Court Adminis- in OKALOOSA County, 3310 Musical Instruments 4120- sarantsClbs
TH ADD ration at 1250 N. Eglin Florida: 3320 Plants.& Shrubs/ .- 413- pa ymet
T3 Parkway, Shalimar, FL, LOT 3, BLOCK E, IN- Supplies.. 4 Enformation
ID#: 32579; telephonen DIAN HILLS AC- 3330 Restaurant/Hotol
_.. D# 32579; telephone num- CORDING TO 3340 Sporting Goods .
-OOC er (850) 651-7497, P OR PLAT 3350-Tickets (Buy & Sell)
3ning Bid: prior to the proceeding. THEREOF, RE-RPLAT 35- Tct(
: 2009 TD 04/01/2009 CORDED IN PLAT Cracker Barrel of
04/08/2009,,iBOOK 6, PAGE 32, OF Cracker Barrel of
ty be EC 3100 Crestview Now Hiring
*Ope r THE PUBLIC REC | ..
County of --ORDS OF OKALOOSA All Types of Watch &, WeakeLds EOE
ate of Flor- LEGAL#120195 COUNTY, FLORIDA Clock Repair, grandfa- 682-8804 Applyv any-
has been filed against others, mantels, cuckoos, time
certificate is IN THE CIRCUIT you and you are re- we buy antiques, Call .
:cording to COURT IN THE FIRST quired to serve a copy 689-1007 Dance Instructor
operty de- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN of your written de- Fred Astaire Studio is
the certifi- AND FOR OKALOOSA fenses, if any, on or looking for Artistic, Fun,
sold to the COUNTY, FLORIDA before May 11, 2009 Q Jj Energetic dance in-
ler in the CASE on Florida Default Law ... structors. No exp.
Meeting NO.:2009-CA-1037-C Group, RL., Plaintiff's I 3130 needed. Full time
) Okaloosa DIVISION:TR attorney, whose ad- Auction! 882 Acrdes 682-1455
courthouse, dress is 9119 Corpo- Huntsville (Alabama)
Florida at COMPASS BANK, rate Lake Drive, Suite City Limits. Saturday Live-In Female com-
on Friday, Plaintiff, 300, Tampa, Florida April 11. Just North of panion needed for
09. Regis- 33634, and file the orig- 1-565. Sewer available, older female. Must
is at 9:30 vs. inal with -this Court ei- Adjacent to Megasite. clean, cook at least
their before service on Garner Auctions, .Inc. 1 meal a day! Room
JERRY RAY ARM-, Plaintiff's attorney or garnerauctionsinc.com, and board plus
5th day of STRONG, Deceased, immediately thereafter; Ken Garner ALSL 1002, some compensa-
by and through, any otherwise a default will 877-914-SOLD. tion. References'
and all Unknown Heirs, be entered against you needed! Crestview
VARD Beneficiaries, Devisees, for the relief demanded area Fax or email
THE CIR- Assignees, Lienors, in the Complaint or pe- Info: (850)398-6673
S Creditors, Trustees and tition. ljlmgann@cox.net
uia, all others who may This notice shall be |1 3150 or Call 850-826-0228
claim an interest in the published once each Metal Roofing. 40yr
Estate of Jerry Ray week-for two consecu- Warranty-Buy direct
Armstrong, Deceased; tive weeks in the Crest- from manufacturer
WENDY KAY OWENS view News Bulletin. 30/colors in stock, wall
f/k/a WENDY KAY WITNESS my hand and accessories. Quick turn 4130
ARMSTRONG; Ml- the seal of this Court around. Delivery availa- $12.00 Guaranteed for
94 CHELE R. ARM- on this 25 day of ble. Gulf Coast Supply every envelope stuffed
94 STRONG, current March, 2009. & Mfg, (888)393-0335 vith our sales material
owner and as Benefi- www.GulfCoastSupply. plus a free sign on bo-
ciary of Jerry Ray Arm- Don W. Howard com nus. Free 24 hour infor-
IRCUIT strong, Deceased; and Clerk of the Court nation. e888)250-8110
)F THE TIMOTHY S. ARM- nation. (888)250-8110
CIAL CIR- STRONG, as current By: Anita Cantrall t"f $600 Weekly Poten-
T owner and as Benefi- As Deputy Clerk tial$$$ Helping the gov-
FOR ciary of Jerry Ray Arm- 3220 ernment PT. No Experi-
COUNTY, strong, Deceased, Florida Default Law $490 Sofa & Loveseat ence. No Selling. Call:
IDA Defendants. Group, PRL. set, Microfiber, new in (888) 213-5225 Ad
ON CASE RO. Box 25018 box. Lifetime warr. Can Code: M
-CA-00111 NOTICE OF ACTION Tampa, Florida deliver. 850-471-0330 Colonial Life seeks li-
)N FILE 33622-5018
)17878 TO: JERRY RAY ARM- Mattress, NEW Queen censed Life & Health
STRONG, Deceased, IMPORTANT Pillowtop w/foundation. agents to market vol-
NATIONAL by and through any In accordance with the Factory sealed. Varr. untary employee ben-'
)N, AS and all Unknown Americans with Disa- $165. 850 471-0330 efit programs to, em-
FOR J.R Heirs, Beneficiaries, abilities Act, persons players. First year po-
ALTERNA- Devisees, Assignees, with disabilities need- Brand Name Pillowtop tential 60K and up. Call
q TRUST Lienors, Creditors, ing special accommo- Set, King, still in plas- Meredith at 904-
Trustees and all dation to participate in tic, warranty. $225. Call 424-5697 or
others who may claim this proceeding should 850-255-3050 'Meredith Brewer @
an interest In the Es- contact Court Adminis- comcast.net.
tate of Jerry Ray Arm- tration at 101 James ^. -. HVAC Tech Training.
strong, Deceased Lee Boulevard East, Employment Opportu-
S. MCGILL 255C Brackin Street Crestview, FL, nities for EPA & OSHA
Crestview, FL 32539 32536-3515; telephone Nationally Certified
t(s). (Last Known Ad- number (850) 3-5wk training pro-
dress)(CURRENT AD- 689-5000, Extension Funky "Click" gram. Local Job Place-
DRESS UNKNOWN) 7497, prior to the pro- Couch/Futon ment and Financing
ACTION YOU ARE NOTIFIED ceedlng. or Shalimar I B available.
that an action to fore- (850) 651-7497 It'sBack!! (877)994-9904
close a mortgage on I didn't sell it before (877)
the following property IMPORTANT but now I'm ready to. OTR Drivers- Join
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WN AD- Florida: Americans with Disa- ble couch, clicks into quired 12 months ex-
825 SCE- Lots 10 and 11, Block abilities Act, persons place. Can be a dou- perience and CDL-A.
NY98 157, Town of Crest- with disabilities need- ble chaise lounge or Out 10-14 days. No
FL view, according to plat ing special accommo- a bed or a couch. 8 felon or DUI past 5
thereof on file in Plat dation to participate in different settings pos- years. (877)740-6262.
Book 1, Page 72, in the this proceeding should sible. Cool modern www.ptl-inc.com
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the Circuit Court, tration at 1250 N. Eglin oyster microfiber fab- mercial truck drivers
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1 6140 1
Crestview 2bd 1ba.
1695 N. Poweel St.
750mo+dd. BAO.
826-1189

5100 Business .. I AV
Opportunities NEW
5110-Money to Lend



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Y a-- I1 acre $800. mos $800.
S ,RW f S/D Call 682-3555
REL ESrATE FOR. RIO

Commercial NEW A IN AY
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals Crestview Spacious
6130 Condo/Townhouse r HSpaiousme
6140 House Rentals 4br 2ba Home Be-
6150- Roommate Wanted hind Hospital Pets
6160 Rooms for Rent ok. $950mo David
6170 7 Mobile Home/Lot 850-826-1662
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190 Timeshare Rentals HUD Homes! 4bdr 2ba
6200 Vacation Rentals $217/mo! 3' br Foreclo-
sure! $199/mol Stop
Renting! 5% dw, 15yrs
@ 8% apr For Listings
|-- 6 100 (800)366-9783 ext 5853
Crestview
Office Space *u V
Eight offices noW avail- NEW TO
able in McLains Office
Plaza. Rental rate in- Janet Johnson
cludes utilities, com- at Inc.
moh area and mainte- Realty,
nance. 682-0791 Equal Housing
Opportunity
i W -682-1800
1I- 611to0 Baker
1 mo Free Rent! 804 Buck Ward Rd -
Crestview- 2br, 1ba, 3 br, 2 ba; $795
quiet, gated, No pets
$575 mo / $550dep, 12 Crestview
mo Is6 req. 585-6985 226 Runnymeade Dr, 2.
br, 1.5 ba, $595
Crestview 2BR/1BA 0 1413 S. Pearl St
washer, dryer, stove, 4 br, 1 ba, $600
refrig: -$500.mo + 0 218 Virginia St
$500dp 136 Lake St. 2 br, 1.5 be, $650
Call 682-6514 0 4644 Bobolink Way
2 br, 2 ba, $625
0 6119 Sonny Lane
427 TIIAY 3br, 1.5 ba,$775
5NEW 1 03 104 Corwin St
2 br, 2.5 be, $795
Crestview Sitting 5292 Opportunity Dr
room, 1 bedroom & pri- 3 br, 2 ba; $795
vate bath. Completely 0 5255 Sue Cir
furnished. Includes all. 3 br, 2 ba, $795
utilities. $575. mo Call 0 651 Panama Dr
423-0370 4 br, 2 ba,,$895
__________ 3154 Helms Farm
Rd, 2 br, 1 ba; $950
ple nnAs h 2405 Mill Run Dr,
N1fW .TU A 3 br, 2 ba; $995
B ww 179 Conquest Ave,
3 br, 2 ba; $1050
Crestview- 1 br apt, 0 211 Raptor Dr,
692 Kenneth Ave. Corn- 4 br, 2 ba; $1200
pletely furnished inclI 6042 Sand Hill Rd
utilities. No pets. 4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250
$625.mo 682-3166
Crestview Inn Commercial
Motel $35 d $165 WK, 593 James Lee Blvd,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4 1600sf, $1200
,wk.Call 682-4466 Milligan 2br, 2ba,
2000sf, $900/mo +
SENIOR CITIZEN $925 dep. no smoke/
HOUSING pets. Approx. 1 mi.
Housing community for North of Caution Light
senior citizens (age 62 on Hwy 4. 240-0890
or older). Immediate
openings are available Samson, Alabama -
and we are always ac- 3BR/2BA on 3/4 acre
cepting applications for corner lot w/lots of
our waiting list. Our shade. Porches front &
apartments are fully back 1600 sq. ft'. living
carpeted, have central area, fenced yard. Also
heat and air and are has a 24X30 shop. Call
equipped with stove 334-898-2804 for info.
and refrigerator. We
have one-bedroom
apartments available. N nA
Bent is based on in- N O
come. Security deposit
is requirequired.. $250. Teel & Waters
non-refundable pet fee. Real Estate
SMALL PET ONLY! Util-
ities provided are .igas RENTALS
and garbage. Crest- 682-6156
view Housing Authority,
371 W. Hickory Ave- 3819 Golden Acres,
nue, Crestview, FL. If $750, 3br, 2 ba, 1 acre
interested, call 4 332 Adam$ Drive
850-682-2413 exten- $1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
sion 224. We work No pets.
strictly from our waiting 4 715 Majestic Prince,
list. $1200, 3 br, 2 ba, appls
428 Riverchase,
F a $1300, 3 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets.
S 6130 | 290 Main Street .
$1500 Commercial
Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba
TH, $750 mo+dd. No All Properties require a
smoke/pets. Near credit check, 1 yr
Walker Elem.. 240-0890 lease, no inside smok-
ing. Pet fees are non-
Crestview- 3 br, refundable.-'
2.5ba, 1cg TH- near Call Debra
shopping W/D hkup. Frost 682-6156
$775 mo. Pet neg.
Mil. Disc. 897-0267

fRoommate to share
[ 61 ^ 43br, 2ba, brick house
$450/mo includes 'all
3Br 2Ba Foreclosure! utils & cable. Call
$10,500l Only $199/ 689-8978
Mo! 5% down 15 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4 Br
$259/Mo! for listings a -
800-366-9783 ext 5798 6170
3Br 2Ba Foreclosurel 16x80 M.H. 3br, 2ba,
$10,500! Only $199/ W/D hook ups, CH&A,
Mo! 5% down 15 years $695 /mo., $500 dep.
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4 Br 682-1266 or 978-3196
$259/Mo! for listings Crestview Large
800-366-9783 ext 5796 3BR/2BA Doublewide
on Highland Hills Rd.
Ref. & I.D. Req.
E ufT lhAY $800.mo + $800. dd
Call 428-6023
Baker 3BR/3BA home -
with lawn care incl.


$900.mo Call 758-1506 "


NEW TOIAV

Crestview 3BR/2BA
house for rent $550. EHEV IL
mo +4 $550. dd Avail. *V .
May 1. Call 398-2284


NEW OAYA
Crestview Small 1 BR A-- i VROl
house w/storage room.
Call 682-0825


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Garden City 3BR/2BA
$600. mo + dd Call Final Closeout! Golf
652-4374 Lot Bargains from
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Holt area 3BR/2BA Golf & Amenity Pack-
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537-3335 or 978-0016 Mtns near Asheville
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ready. 1 lot per cus-
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Tremendous land value
below mkt prices. Fi-
nancing. Call Jack at
(800)242-1802

Virginia Mtn Cabin,
Ready to move in!
Great views! Near large
stocked trout strm, pri-
vate, 2 acres, only
$159,500 owner.
(866)275-0442


7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120- Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare



6/BR Bank Foreclo-
surel $29,900! Only
$238/ Mo! 5% down 20
years @ 8% apr. Buy, 4
Br $326/Mo! for listings
800-366-9783 ext 5760

Bank Owned Prop-
ertles Free Lists
Cellstate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500
Foreclosed Home
Auction Florida State-
wide Auction starts
April 18 1000 Homes
Must Be Sold! REDC
Free Brochure
800-756-2155
USHomeAuction.com




Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney
Road
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994, kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances, corner FP
w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754
Holt 2bd 2 1/2 ba,
Brick, 1 acre 475 US
Hwy 90 West, 1891 sq
ft of heated and air
conditioned area. 2 car
garage, storage build-
ing at rear of property
210 ft, on US Hwy 90
west house and land in
perfect condition.,
$150,000 call 862-9013
or 862-3303


LOOK
Individual wants to
buy house for
investment. Call
651-0987






Navarre
Waterfront
2 story,. 4 br, 21 bea,
2150sf home on large
natural lot. 9' ceilings,
separate living & din-
ing- rooms, eat-in
kitchen. Lg. whirlpool
tub and separate
shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet
waterfront neighbor-
hood., Priced to. sell
at the reduced price
of $246,350. Call 850
685-8048 leave rfsg.


AUTOMOTIVE. MARINE
8100 -Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 AirCraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Mptorhomes




1996 Kia Sephia RS
140k miles, 5 speed
w/four doors. Car is lo-
cated in Baker F!
$1500. O.B.O. Call
251-459-4451

Police Impounds for
Sale! 95 Honda Accord
$500! 95 Honda Civic
$600! for listings
(800)366-9813 ext 9271


D TA L

DETAILS
PART-TIME FITNESS CENTER
MANAGER POSITION
30-32 Hours a Week
Paid Holidays,
Position Begins in May

RE QU IRE M E NT S
* Good working knowledge of MS Office
* Great Customer-Service skills
* Ability to learn new skills quickly
* Excellent Initiative and Decision-making
* Great Attention to Detail '
* Lower-level management experience preferred

Please email resumes in MS Word
or Adobe PDF format to
perfectfit247@gmail.com
or deliver in person during staffed hours.

c(e f#y t24-7
850.398.8497 4381 S. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536


Claude Mitchell
With over 30 years experience
in the automobile business,
I encourage you to come in
and let's look at your vehicle
needs. With current cash
incentives & finance plans,
together we will find a solution
that best suits your situation.


SM AN AMWBUAN R=WVOUTION
; Your Silverado Headquarters. Locally Owned & Operated
LET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


Honda Civic $600! 95 2006 fN O A
Toyota Camry $5501 97 6 speed manual, 29K 5UL UF |,
VW Jetta $550! for mi, ext war, CD NE II
listings call (800) changer, satellite radio, 1992 Ford Ranger
366-9813 Ext 9275 white w/ blk soft top pick-up 4 wheel drive, 1996 Chevy S-10
________(619) 204-1406 V6, engine, stick shift, Pickup, V-6 4WD Alunimum John boat.
tool box $2,300. Lockable Camper shell, 12 FT 15 H.P.
Toyota Camry 1990 4 6821585 air runs good, good Euinrude, ele. start.
cylinder, Auto, Runs gas mileage. $3500. or Gavnazed trailer. New
great, 74K miles on best offer, call tires runs great. $1200.
new engine, 35 MP 682-6693 after 5:30p.m. 6821585
It's a Yota. First $12006826693 after5:30p.m.
,takes it! Call 398-3952 I --T



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$3,900
94 Honda Accord

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$4,900
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03 Pontiac Bonneville
$5,900
02 Chevy Impala LS
$6,900
99 Ford Ranger EXT 4WD
$6,900
04 Saturn Ion 2


03 Pontiac Grand Prix GT
$5,900
03 Honda Civic EX
$6,900
06 Suzuki Forenza
$6,900
99 Cadillac Deville


$5, 900 $6, 900 $6,900


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Leae $233,900
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05 Kia Sedona LX
$7,900
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$7,900
01 Ford Sport Trac
$8,900
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850-682-3344,

07 Model Like new
16X66 Mobile Home on
Rental Lot for Sale in
Crestview 2br, 2 full ba
with air/heat ceiling
fans, Handicap Ramp,
MUST BE MOVED!
Asking $40,000. Call
850-758-0208

Get your share of the
Government
Bailout...
Receive up to $8000 to
help buy your new
home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758



NEfW M AV

New Govern-
ment Financing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758


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168 W. Woodruff
(Downtown Crestview)

850.682.1900


dholloway 1 973@yahoo.com


Agency


New Installations
Pump Outs Repairs
Permit Packages Available

Fill Dirt Land Clearing
Serving
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CRESTVIEW COE
2511 S. FERDC
MON. THUR. 11 AM 9 PM
FRI. -SAT.- 1 AM- 10PM
SUNDAY 12 8 PM


HOPPING CENTER
, CRESTVIEW, FL
FOR CARRY OUT
850.689.1391


Now Accepting


Ph 85.8253 or808235
Fax 85.829


Katharine's

Studio One


Crestview
60o6 James Lee Blvd.
Crestyview, FL 32536
682-6634

Fort Walton Beach
745 Bea I. Parkway .
Ft..Walton Beach
243-0203


ALL AMERICAN
INSURANCE
M.COM & FINANCIAL SERVICES
AUTO, HOME
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625 N. Ferdon Blvd. Cresview, Florida





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1(850) 682-2611
696 N. Ferdon Blvd.
America's Office Supplier Crestview, FL


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168 W. Woodruff
(Downtown Crestview)
850.682.1900
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