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A ridefor Rya

Poker run to raise funds in memory of local couple's son


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin.
,S herry Richardson
doesn't want any
other family to go
through what her
family has endured.
That's why she encour-
ages the community to
turn out for the second
Ryan Richardson Memorial
American Legion Post 75
Poker Run on Saturday.-
Sherry's son Ryan died
at age 5 in 2005, a victim of


Niemann-Pick Disease, a
fatal metabolic disorder.
"Children deserve a life,
and this disease does not al-
low them to have that," said
Sheriry, now a nurse at North
Okaloosa Medical Center.
"If they love children, if they
can come out and support
the research being done, it
is really going to hdlp a lot
of people."
"Help us find a cure so no
one else will lose their child
to this terrible disease,"
is the motto of Saturday's


event.. Proceeds will go to
the National Niemann-Pick
Disease Foundation.
"The response has been
overwhelming," said Dave
Richardson, Ryan's grandfa-
ther and the contact person.
for Saturday's ride. He said
dozens of area businesses
have signed' up to support
the event.
Ryan was born on May
27, 2000, the youngest child
born to the Richardsons,
See RYAN A2


A summer high adventure

Local Scouts hike Appalachian Trail after school


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
School's out, and with'
summer vacation upon
them, many Crestview
teens cast around for some-
thing to do. Some get sum-
mer jobs. Some volunteer
in various capacities. Some
prepare for college. Some
just laze around. Some
even get in trouble.
But not three teens in
Boy Scout Troop 731. For
them, there was no lolling;
-about with their Wii con-
sole and a bag of Doritos,
basking in the post-classes,
post-exam glory of our sul-
try summer days.
Accompanied by four
adult leaders, Andrew Lin-
ares, 16, T.J. Miller, 14, and
Justin Mozina, 16, set off to
conquer more than 60 miles
See SCOUTS A5


AMY LINARES I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
HIKERS: Adult leaders and teen hikers from Crestview Boy Scout Troop 731 tackled
more than 60 miles of the Appalachian Trail's southernmost end in Georgia. From
left, Todd Miller, T.J. Miller, Robert Hansen, John K. Sanders, Andrew Linares, Donald
Sanders and Justin Mozina.


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Straight A's for

north county

Accomplishment is a
first for local schools

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

North Okaloosa Coun-
ty's public schools brought
home a perfect report card
for the 2u08-09 school year.:
All 10 north county
schools received 'A' grades
for the recently completed
school year, according to
Florida Department' of
Education information re-
leased this week.
This is the first time all
10 north county schools
earned 'A' grades in the
same year since the FDOE
began tracking school
grades in the 1998-99
school year.
Okaloosa County again
was the No. 1 school dis-
trict in all of Florida.
"We're extremely proud
of all of the schools, espe-
cially the north end," As-
sistant Superintendent
Rodney Nobles said. "We
know the kids worked hard
and had a lot of parental
help. We know our teach-
ers put a lot of time and ef-
fort into teaching the Sun-
shine State Standards. The
principals directed and
provided professional de-
velopment that improved
instruction that helped our
students learn what they
needed to learn."
'.'"(Superintendent Alex-
is) Tibbetts called me as
soon as the results were
able to be accessed and
was elated with all. of the
schools on the north end
being 'A' schools."
Schools are assigned
a grade based primar-
ily upon student achieve-
ment data from the FCAT.
School grades commu-
nicate to the public how
well a school is performing
relative to state standards.
School grades are calculat-
ed based on annual learn-
ing gains of each student
toward achievement of
Sunshine State Standards,
the progress of the lowest
quartile of students, and
the meeting of proficiency
standards.
Eight of the 10 north
county schools earned 'A'
grades last year. Bob Sikes
Elementary improved
from a 'B' to an 'A.' Tib-
betts praised Northwood
Elementary School for
bringing its school grade
from a 'C' to an 'A.'
"This is an awesome ac-
complishment, especially
for our K-12 schools, Baker
and Laurel Hill," she said.
Nobles said local par-
ents shouldn't take the
area's tradition of high
grades for granted.
"It's hard to do. It really
is," Nobles said. "If you look
around the state and look
at other school districts,
it's hard to make an 'A.'
Once you reach a certain
level, it's hard to continue
to show improvement, and
that's what you have to do
to maintain an 'A.'

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Wednesday, June 24, 2009


SRYAN from page A1___l%

RYAN from page A]


who then lived in Mel-
'bourne.
The first warning
signs came at birth. Ryan
was born about a month
premature and was very
'jaundiced.
Doctors performed
several tests during the
first weeks of Ryan's life.
The diagnosis of Nie-
mann-Pick Disease came
on Aug. 10, 2000, when
Ryan was a little more
than two months old.
There are fewer than
2,000 diagnosed cases of
Niemann-Pick disease
worldwide, according to
,the Niemann-Pick Dis-
ease Foundation Web
site.
Sherry describes the
disease as a childhood
,form of Alzheimer's dis-
ease.
The Richardsons were
told Ryan might. live to
age 3. He survived five
years'.
Sherry said at the time
that, "This boy is going to
live' as great as he can,
and he suie has."
And he sure did.
Sherry still gets a
laugh out of Ryan's love'
for chocolate pudding on
McDonald's fries.
"I had to stock up on
chocolate pudding every
time I went to McDon-
ald's," she said.
"He loved 'his sisters
and he loved life. He suf-
fered-a lot, but he never
complained and always
smiled. He was an amaz-
ing little boy."
Dave Richardson can
still remember Ryan
zooming all over the place
on his three-wheeled'toy
motorcycle.
"He never could walk,
but that didn't slow him
'down,"' Dave Richard-
'son added. "Some of my
"-best memories- are of
him scooting all over the


house. He got into all of
our cabinets, got into the
computer desk.
"He was',a loving, .ac-
tive little kid"'
Sherry said Ryan was
her inspiration to become
a nurse. She previously
was an operations man-
ager.
"When Ryan passed
away I knew where I
needed to be," she said.
"If not for caring for and
knowing this beautiful
child I wouldn't be where
I am today."
Sherry, her husband
Christopher, and their
daughters relocated to
the Crestview area after
Ryan's passing. She said
the idea for the poker ride
came up when she was
completing her nurse's
training in DeFuniak
Springs. A classmate, a
motorcycle enthusiasts,
heard Ryan's story and
was moved to do some-
thing to help.
"That's what I needed,
and now I'm all for it. I
want to make it bigger
and bigger," Sherry said.
"Just in the past week
we've lost two children
to this horrible disease.
If we can find a cure for
this disease, we can find
a cure for all kinds of dis-
eases.
"The reason why I
move on is for Ryan."

WHAT IS NIEMANN-
.PICK DISEASE?
Niemann-Pick disease
(NP) refers to a group
of inherited metabolic
disorders known as the
leukodystrophies or -lipid
storage diseases in which
harmful quantities .of ha
fatty substance (lipids)
accumulate in the spleen,
liver, lungs, bone marrow,
and the brain. Symptoms
may include lack of mus-


RYAN RICHARDSON MEMORIAL POKEF


June 27 at American Legion
Post 75
898 U.S. Highway 90 East,
Crestview
Proceeds benefit the National
Niemann-Pick Disease Foundation


cle coordination, brain
degeneration, learning
problems, loss of muscle'
tone, increased sensitivity
to touch, spasticity, feed-
ing and swallowing dif-
ficulties, slurred speech,
and an :enlarged liver
and spleen. There may
be clouding of the cor-
nea and a characteristic
cherry-red halo develops
around the center of the
retina. The disease has 4
related types.,


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$10 per hand
First bike out at 10 a.m.'
Last bike in at 1:30 p.m.
Poker Run prizes at 2 p.m.


Type A, the most com-
mon type, occurs in in-
fants. It is characterized
by jaundice, an enlarged
liver, and profound brain-,
damage, Children with
this type rarely, live be-
yond 18 months.
Type B involves an en-
larged liver and spleen,
which usually occurs in
the pre-teen years. The
brain is not affected. In
types A and B, insufficient
.activity of an .enzyme


called sphingomyelinase
.causes the build up of
toxic amounts of sphingo-
myelin, a' fatty substance
present in every cell of
the body.
Types C and D npay ap-
pear early in life or develop
in the teen or adult years.
Affected individuals have
only moderate enlarge-
ment of the spleen and liv-
er, but brain damage may
be extensive and cause
an inability to look up and


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For details, contact Dave
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down, difficulty in walking
and swallowing, and pro-
gressive loss of vision and
hearing. Types C and D are
characterized by- a defect
that disrupts the transport
of cholesterol between
brain cells. Type D usually
occurs in people with an
ancestral background in
Nova Scotia.
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GRADE from page Al


"We've., grown accus-
tomed to it so we don't
appreciate just. how much
work goes into accomplish-
ing this feat. We're blessed
with good parents, good
kids and great teachers
and administrators."
Nobles said the lo-
cal schools already have
started planning to main-
tain their high grades next
year.
"It's like playing a, ball
game. That game (the
2008-09 year) is over with
and we're moving on to the
next one," he said. "We've
got places to improve on,
and we talked to teachers


before school was out at
areas to look at for next
year to make improve-
ments."
Florida schools experi-
enced their most success-
ful year to date, accord-
ing to the FDOE press
release. Driven by a sig-
nificant increase in the
number of A' grades, more
than three quarters of all
public schools are consid-
ered to be high perform-
ing (receiving either an
A' or 'B'). Statewide the
number of schools earning
an 'F', grade decreased to
the lowest point in three
years.


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WednesdayJune 24, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Jean Lewis Programs
Crestview Public Library Story time for 3 & up
June 24-25 "Free Play." Af-
In an effort to provide a ter the program your child
wide variety of service to may decorate our sidewalk
our community we are of- with colorful chalk draw-
fering proctoring for those ings. Meet at 10:15 a.m. in
who need to take a test the story room.
and have it monitored. Summer Stories. for
There. are many online 6 and up, June 24 & 25 at
college programs that re- 10:15 a.m. Your child will
quire test be proctored. enjoy picture books, stories,
Proctoring is when a songs and free play chalk
person has to take a test drawing.
and the test has to be Readers' Theater ,for
monitored. We can moni- 9-year-olds and up. Students
tor the test and mail the will select; practice and
results to the .college or perform a reader's theater
work place. from around the world each
As the number of un- month. Program begins at
employed rises, the num- 10: 15 on Tuesdays.
ber of online college class- .Teen Wii: Fridays at
es and work aptitude tests 4 p.m. join us for Nintendo
also increases. Wii, ages 12-18 are welcome.
Proctoring service is Parents and family mem-
offered free at the library. bers are welcome to hang
Just call us and set up an out and use the library, but
appointment for proctor- the Wii activities will only be.
ing. The college or work available to teens.
place will need informa- .Carver. Hill Outreach:
tion from us, which we will In addition to programs
be happy to provide. It's held at the library we are
one of many free services' offering a special outreach
offered at your library, reading program at. the


Carver Hill School. All chil-
dren ages 4-12 are welcome
to come and enjoy stories,
music, and crafts from 10
to noon on Tuesdays dur-
ing the months of June and
July. We will have special bi-
weekly visits by the OCPLC
Bookmobile for checking
out books.
Summer Reading Chal-
lenge: began June 10. Six-
year-olds and up can reg-
ister in front of the Story
.Room. Reading logs must be
signed by a parent or guard-
ian and turned in by July
23. Read every day for at
least 15 minutes, beginning
June 11 and ending July 20
and earn funny money that
you can spend inour funny
Money Store.
What is the funny mon-
ey? Where is the funny
money store? Come in and.
find out the answers to your
questions. There is a read-
ing program for all ages this
summer; check out our Web
page for more information.
Registration is ongoing.
First Tuesday lecture:
July 7 at 10:30 am. Dr. Brian
Rucker, Pensacola Junior


College professor, will dis-
cuss what life was like on
the West Florida Frontier
(1800-1880). Join us in the
library meeting room.

Staff Picks
"People of the Thunder,"
W. Michael Gear and Kath-
leen O'Neal Gear
FIC Gea
This is the newest addi-
tion to the "North Ameri-
ca's Forgotten Past Series."
The author explores the
ancestral heritage of the
Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek,


and Uchi people. This book
continues the story of the
Old White, Trader, Morning
Dew, and Two Petals who
were featured in "People of
the Weeping Eye."

"What Type Am I? Dis-
cover Who You Really Are,"
Renee Baron. 155.264 Bar
Have you ever asked
yourself why you like being
the center of attention and
why you have only a few
close friends rather than a
lot of acquaintances? Are
you a list maker or are you
more interested in facts and
figures rather than in theo-
ries?.This book is based on
the popular Jungian per-
sonality test.
The author makes it easy
for you to understand the
sixteen personality types
which allow you to find your
type with no problem. Once
you find out your personal-
ity type you will learn to ap-
preciate your strengths and
apply them to work and life.
It is fun to learn about
the different personality
types and figure out your
type. Also, the author gives


you helpful hints on how to
get along with the differ-
ent personality types you
encounter in your day to
day activities. An enjoyable
read, recommended.

Quote,
"It took people 10 years
to figure out that while
stuck in a morning com-
mute, they could be listen-
ing to a book."
Publishers Weekly
Paul Hilts

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

How to contact us
On the Web: www.cityof
crestview.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Commerce
Drive, Crestview, FL 32536
(Behind the Crestview
Post Office)


NWF State College Graduates


Community Arts Calendar


NICEVILLE Northwest
Florida State College
announces the spring
term 2009 graduates.
Eight hundred and one
individuals completed
,studies at the college
during the spring semester
that ended in May.
Students earning
Highest Honors, a grade
point average of 4.0, are
listed below.,
Associate of
Arts Degree -
Highest Honors
CRESTVIEW: Carter
Lane Johnson, Kyndra
Cheree Lewis, Fiona A.
Mowbray
Certificate -
Highest Honors
CRESTVIEW: Pamela
Bradley
Educator
Preparation Institute
)Highest Honors
CRESTVIEW:.
Cassandra B. Green,
Stephanie Harms
Students earning High
Honors, a grdde point
average of 3.8 to 3.99,
are listed below.
Associate of
Arts Degree -
High Honors
'BAKER: Mary Jessica ,
Allen
CRESTVIEW: Whitney
L. Buckelew, Nathaniel
Micah Eubariks, Denielle
Harmon, Heather D. Miller,
Mary Katherine Miller
Associate of
Science Degree -
High Honors
Crestview: Jean
Rebecca McCarthy
Certificate -
High Honors
CRESTVIEW: John 0:


Taylor Jr.
HOLT:
Pittman
Educator P
Institute
Hoi
PAXTON:
Seay
Students
Honors, a
average of
are listed be
Bachelor 4
Science
Hc
CRESTVIE
Crockett
Associate
Degree -
CRESTVIE
Adams, Ch
Barrow, Lau
Jeffrey Alla


Raven Symone Culpepper,
Joseph Doyle, Vanessa
Marie English, Rebecca Jo
Garrison, Lauren 'Danielle
Hayes, Jasmine Jordan,
Ethan King, Jessica
Marie Lebrun, Nathaniel
Morales, Laura Frances
Ott, Wesley Hunter Ritchie,
Amber N. Walker, Audrey
Anne Wright
LAUREL HILL: Carri Lynn
Day
Associate of Science
Degree Honors'
CRESTVIEW: Carley
J. Precht, Vanessa A.
Rittle, Mary E. Salmond,
Adriana Torres
Certificates Honors
BAKER: Bryson William
Hill
CRESTVIEW: Michael
Behm, Keren A. Dance,
Brenda Lee Schindler,
Aritha Kastein Watson
LAUREL, HILL: Karla J.
Lacey
Educator
Preparation Institute
Honors
CRESTVIEW: Jacquelin
V. Houston.
Studentswhocompleted
the requirements for
degrees and certificates
are listed below.
Bachelor of Applied
Science Degree
BAKER: Richard Joseph
Trent Jr. "
CRESTVIEW: Danita
Joyce Brown, Sarah Marie
Harton, Donna Ellen Taylor,
Alan Eugene Widener
LAUREL HILL: Barbara
Jane Webb
Associate of Arts
Degree,
BAKER: Melinda L.
Kistner, Jeffrey Curtis Reed,
Victoria Sipher
CRE';TVIEW:A Askle N.


/ V _l\r l I T II. T f t- 1 1e Iy
Daniel N. Alday, Jessica S.. Allison,
Daniel N.Mary Lynn Andrews, Indira
Liz Avellanet Delerme,
)reparation Kenneth D. Baxter,
- High Michael Edward Beattie,
nors Stephanie A. Briody,
Michelle L. Monique Elizabeth Brown,
Kristen E. Caskey, Christine
earning Marie Chaloupka, Eddie
grade point Chappell, Sarah Elizabeth
3.5 to 3.79 Christopher, Jordan
low. Cockrell, Christina Drake,
Timothy Dunkle, Trey Lynn
of Applied Ellison, Timucin Ercan,
Degree Cheryl Gentles, Melissa
honors Kaye Hopper, Kristen
:W: June M. D. Jordan, Crystal Rose
Kresen, Nelson P. Larson,
Alison Elizabeth Layne,
te of Arts Mary Elizabeth Leitschuck,
- Honors Joshua Lemke, Stephanie
W: Sarah J. Renee Logan, Curtis M.
ristin Celeste McKinion, Deveau Javier
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sion will hold auditions on.
Saturday, June 27, at 4 p.m.
for its fall production of
Mark Twain's "The Diaries
of Adam and Eve."
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of one man and one wom-
an, both in their early 20s,
and will be directed by


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Brian Hughes
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Monday's meeting of
the Crestview City Coun-
cil was brief, particularly
when contrasted with the
47-minute workshop be-
fore it, at which ordinances
that would affect city zon-
ing laws were examined.
The first ordinance ad-
dressed the sometimes
touchy subject of down-
town parking.
"This is the ordinance
that basically realigns the
method of quantifying the
number of parking spaces
needed for different uses,"
explained Administrative
Services Director Mike
Wing. The ordinance would
also establish a downtown
parking district that dif-
ferentiates its parking
requirements from other
city zones.
"The intent is to try
to preserve the downtown
Main Street concept, which
is different than other dis-
tricts," Wing explained.


BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
NEW ZONE: Crestview's Administrative Services
director Mike Wing exhibits a map showing the
new C-2 zone that will protect the historic character
of Downtown.


Councilman Chip Wells
questioned -a provision
that stated "parking re-
quirements within the C-2
parking district are con-
sidered to be met by pub-
lic parking provided by the
city."
The provision could


mean the city might find
itself obligated to provide
more parking for a large
new business that might
otherwise not meet the
city's own parking code.
The council also ex-
amined an ordinance that
would maintain the histor-


ic Main Street concept by
providing for zone C-2, a
new zoning district. "Over
the years, we have had the
opportunity to see what
kind of businesses don't
work with that concept,"
Wing explained.
Businesses that would
not be permitted in the C-
2 historic Main Street dis-
trict include automobile
repair shops, paint and
body shops, churches, gas
stations, self-storage ware-
houses, car lots, tractor or
farm equipment sales, ter-
minals for package distri-
bution, mobile home sales
lots, and junkyards.
"We do need something
in place because some
types of commercial busi-
nesses don't fit 'in down-
town," said Councilwoman
Linda Parker. "I support
this ordinance."
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including 20 students,
from Crestview's French
sister city of Noirmouti-
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Mayor Noel Faucher and
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Ca.dle introduced Jim
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Crestview sister city
committee, who outlined
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activities for the French
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will visit from Oct. 23 un-
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tal Center, regarding
applying for grants to
expand the park. Cadle
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a 29-acre environmen-
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Shoal River Middle
School, as well.
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some. coordination be-
tween 'our city property
and them," Cadle said.


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No charges in child
gunshot case
Prosecutors won't pur-
sue child neglect charges
against a man whose son
was hurt in a household
gun accident.
"We're talking about a
pellet gun in this case," said
Bill Bishop, chief assistant
state attorney in Shalimar.
"While it may be a negligent
act, it's a higher standard
(for the felony charge)."
Walter Lee Harris, 41, of
Martin Luther King Jr. Bou-
levard, was arrested earlier
this month in connection to
the April shooting. In his
arrest report, Crestview po-
lice said it was negligent for
him to leave a loaded pellet
rifle within a child's reach.
Harris' sons, ages 13,
and 5, were playing in a liv-;
ing room when the older
boy accidentally shot the
5-year-old, the report said.
At the time, the 5-year-
old was playing with an
Airsoft BB pistol, some-
thing he frequently used
to play "Army," police said.
The older boy's pellet gun
belonged to Harris, who
said he kept it loaded by
-the front door to fend off
aggressive neighborhood
dogs, the report said.
The 13-year-old told
police, he didn't know the
rifle was ready to fire. He
doesn't live at the home.
After the gunshot, the
lead pellet lodged in the
5-year-old's abdomen and
damaged his iliac artery and
bladder. He was airlifted for
surgery at Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola.
Bishop said he reviewed
the case Thursday and de-
cided not to pursue it.
"The family is (already)
being punished there be-
cause of the medical ex-
penses that were incurred,"
he said.
The 5-year-old's mother
-was in the living room where
the accident occurred, but
she was sick and asleep at
the time, police said.
Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Pre-filing open
in sheriff's race
The gates are open in
the race for a new sheriff,
but so far, no one in Oka-
loosa County has made the
first move.
Expect that to change in
about three weeks, Elections
Supervisor Paul Lux said.
"I suspect .you'd see a
whole flood of 'em come the
first of July," he said.
The midterm election
isn't until November 2010.
About 20 names have
been rumored in connection
with the sheriff's job, but.
Lux said Wednesday he has
"heard intermittently" from
just four of them: Rick Hord,
Robert Thacker, C.P Mo-
rales and Phillip Kennedy.
Perhaps the most-ru-
mored prospect, Sheriff's
noncommittal. He was the
first confidential witness
to join the FBI case that
ended Charlie Morris' run
as sheriff.
Before that, Ashley had
campaigned for him.
Past Morris challenger
Bill Patterson said Thurs-
day he was "going to be a
candidate, but it's just not
time for me to file yet."
In the 2008 race for sher-
iff, he was Morris' closest
challenger, tallying about
5,300 votes to the incum-
bent sheriff's nearly 15,200.
Hord, a supervisor .of
road deputies and a for-
mer public information of-
ficer under sheriffs Larry
Gilbert and Charlie Morris
until he was transferred
in 2005, said he wasn't an-
nouncing any plahs to run.


Luxsaid savvycandidates
wouldn't prefile until after
July 1 at the beginning of
the quarter because they
would have several weeks to
file financial records.
Otherwise, a report for
the past quarter would be
due almost immediately.
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The group, led by Todd Miller, started out
at the train's southernmost end in northern
Georgia, traversing the Chattahoochee Na-
tional Forest into North Carolina. Elevations
ranged from 2,510 to 4,461 feet.
"Each hiker had to carry their own food
waterclothing and ot her essentials through-
out the trail," explained Andrew's proud
mom Amy Linares. "They covered between
10 and 14 miles a day over very difficult ter-
rain."
Add to the tally of hardships eight rattle-
snakes encountered en route and a couple
bears that visited their evening camps. i
"In the evening they ,set up camp and
hung their food high up in trees to avoid at-
tracting bears," Linares said.
The experience was part of High Adven-
ture Scouting, which offers more challenging
activities ,to experienced Scouts who have
proficiency in outdoors and camping skills.
The three Boy Scouts who undertook the
trek are all on the path toward achieving their
Eagle Scout rank. Each was encouraged to
participate by leaders from their troop and
their church. Troop 731 is sponsored by the
Crestview Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
day Saints, of which Todd Miller is the Young
Men's Group leader.
"One memory that Andrew will always
hold dear is, as he ran along the trail on the
third day, he came upon a rattlesnake coiled
up in his path," Amy Linares related wilh an
involuntary shudder. "Not being able to stop
he simply leaped over it. As he looked back
he saw it scurry off into the brush."
The adventure wasn't all dodging venom-
ous serpents and other potentiallyunfriendly
fauna. There were breathtaking views, trees
to climb, streams to swim in, and evening
tales and creative cuisine around the camp-
fire.
Upon their return, the boys reported on
their experiences to their troop.
"Andrew said, 'This was the most spir-
itual thing I ever did,'" Linares said. "This
trip was far more than I realized. I'm just so
proud of him!"
For Linares, there are more proud mo-
ments to come. Andrew's 14-year-old broth-
'er Jeffrey, who was camping at the Spanish
Trail Scout Reservation while his big broth-
er was hopping over snakes, is also working
toward his Eagle rank. ,
Maybe Jeffrey will add tales of spiritual
adventures to the family annals as well.
At 2,178 miles in length, the Appalachian
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How to monitor for



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Larry Williams
Okaloosa County Extension
Mole crickets, chinch
bugs and spittlebugs
are common lawn insect
pests to watch for this
time of year.
Mole crickets can
be active in lawns spring
through fall, but the best
window of opportunity to
control them is in June
and July.
Soap flush is a tech-
nique to survey for mole
crickets. Mix two ounces
of liquid dishwashing
soap in two gallons of
water and apply with ad
sprinkling can to four
square feet of turf in sev-
eral areas where mole
crickets are suspected. If
an average of two to four
mole crickets appears on
the surface within three
minutes, then a treat-
ment is probably needed.
Chinch bugs only
damage St. Augustine
grass. So if your lawn
grass is something other
than St. Augustine, don't
worry about'this insect.
About the earliest
you'll see chinch bug
damage is in April. But


they are more likely to be
found in sunny areas of
the yard during warmer
summer months through
fall, particularly if it's dry.
Inspect a St. Augus-
tine grass weekly dur-
ing spring, summer and
fall. Look for areas that
quickly turn yellow and
then straw brown. Part
the-grass at the margin
of the yellowed areas.
and closely examine the
soil surface and base of
the turf for tiny insects.
Immature chinch bugs
are pink to red and are
about the size of a pin-
head. The adults are only
one-eighth of an inch
long and black with white
wings.
Spittlebugs attack
all turfgrass species, but
centipede grass'is their
favorite. The first genera-
tion of adult spittlebugs
is abundant in June. The
peak population is usu-
ally in August to early
September.
An early sign of
spittlebug activity are
masses of white, frothy
spittle found in the turf.
Each piece of spittle
contains one immature


spittlebug. Infested
turf turns yellow and
eventually brown. Dam-
age resembles chinch
bug injury but usually
first appears in shady
areas: Closer inspec-
tion reveals discolored
individual grass blades
with cream colored and
pinkish-purple streaks
running the length of
individual blades. As the
population builds, the
quarter-inch long adults
are abundant. As you
walk through or mow an
infested area, numer-
ous adult spittlebugs fly
short distances when
disturbed. Adults are
black with two orange
transverse stripes across
their wings.
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Wednesday, June 24, 2009


Regular road repairs


back on course


District 3 Commis-
sioner Bill Roberts pro-
vided this update from
Tu'Mes-
day's
I it i 'meeting
of the
S Okaloosa
County
Board of
County
BILL ROBERTS Commis-
District 3 sioners:
We had
an update from Public
Works on road projects.


COUNTY
COMMISSIONER'S
CORNER
The road department was
overwhelmed by the vol-
ume of worked created by
the flooding caused by the
spring rains. That created
a backlog, but because of
the tremendous effort of
the road crews, we are al-
most back on schedule to'
begin projects that were
delayed. We should begin


our annual resurfacing
projects in July.
"County Commission-
er's Corn'" appears in
the Crestview News Bul-
letin following meetings
of the Okaloosa County
Board of County Com-
missioners and rotates
between commissioners
who represent the News
Bulletin's coverage area.
The reports are compiled
from interviews with
Crestview News Bulletin
staff.


Community Briefs


Outdoor burning
precaution
Officials with the Black-
water Forestry Center are
advising the public that
great caution should be
used when outdoor burn-
ing, disposing of smoking
materials, or any activity
which could result in acci-
dentally starting a fire.
For more information
about outdoor burning
rules, call 850-957-6145 or
visit www.fl-dof.com online.

Stimulus funding aids
wildfire prevention
Florida Division of For-


estry's Blackwater Forestry
- Center officials announce
the start of several local
wildfire prevention projects
as a result of funding via the
U.S. Forest service through
the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act of 2009,
commonly referred to as
the federal stimulus plan.
For more information,
contact Romi White at 850-
983-4514 or visit www.fl-dof.
com.

Bears spotted
The Fort Walton Beach
Police Department has
received several calls re-
garding black bear activity


in the Lovejoy Road area.
Four bears, a mother, two'
cubs and a male have been
seen numerous times in the
area of Bay Drive and Bur-
nette Avenue. .The bears
have been searching for
food and have not harmed
or threatened humans.
If you encounter a-bear,
do not approach the ani-
mal. Find shelter and call
911. Do not attempt to scare
off or shoot the bear. For
information on what you
can do to make your home
more bear-resistant, visit
the Florida Fislh and Wild-
life Conservation Commis-
sion Web site at www.my
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Crestview News Bulletin I A7


Laurel Hill student places fifth in state FFA competition


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
In February, Ashley
McLeod made Laurel Hill
School history by winning
the district Future Farm-
ers of America public
speaking competition.
It was the first time
a Laurel Hill student
achieved the honor.
Her winning entry in
the prepared public speak-
ing division spurred her on
to state competition in Or-
lando earlier this month.
There, Ashley placed fifth
in the state. She was up
against 12 other students
from throughout Florida.
"I just don't have the


words to tell you of the in-
credible experience down
there," said Ashley's mom
Ronda McLeod, who prac-
tically bursts with pride
when describing Ashley's
accomplishments.
"They called it the
"blue wave,' because all
the students had their blue
FFA jackets on," McLeod
related.
Ashley's topic, the loss
of agricultural land to com-
mercial and real estate
development, hits close to
home for the McLeod fam-
ily and their neighbors.
"It is a growing prob-
lem right now," Ashley
said back at the beginning
of the year when she chose


the topic. "It is really going
on around my area."
Starting this fall, Ashley
will be a Laurel Hill School
high school freshman and
will enter the FFA's senior
competition division. She
first began competing in
the organization's public
speaking competitions
two years ago at the sug-
gestion of her dad, David
McLeod.
She has been a busy
young woman since she
gave her speech in Febru-
ary. She has been asked to
address several area or-
ganizations. Most recently
she spoke at the Farm BP-
reau's June 5 meeting.
"We don't know the


doors this will open," said
Ronda McLeod.
"I've met a lot of inter-
esting people doing pub-
lic speaking," Ashley said
in February. "It teaches
people confidence and it
is something you will need
to be able to do later in
life."
In addition to the ad-
vantages public speaking
will offer Ashley in her
future academic and pro-
fessional life, Ronda and
David McLeod are excited
just to see their daughter's
enthusiasm for public
speaking.
"It's really got her
charged up for next year,"
Ronda McLeod said.


SPEAKING OF
WINNERS:
Laurel Hill
School
ninth-grader
Ashley
McLeod
placed
fifth in the
state Future
Farmers of
America
public
speaking
competition.

DAVID McLEOD
Special to the
Crestview News
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HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about re-
cent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments were
collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: All 10 north Okaloosa County public schools
receive 'A' grades from the Florida Department of Edu-
cation for the 2008-09 school year.
Great job north Okaloosa! Congratulations to the stu-
dents, teachers, support staff and administrators for a job
well done. I'm always proud to live and work "North of the
Shoal River," but today is especially sweet!

Topic: Interesting conversation spins off of a report
of a pot bust following a traffic stop.
I don't smoke tobacco or dope and don't drink but the
occasional Bud. But I have to agree that our archaic laws
against marijuana use are overtaxing our police and ignor-
ing a great source of tax revenue. Just as drinkers aren't
allowed to drive drunk, potheads shouldn't be allowed to
drive stoned. Let them get high and put pot taxes to public
use, and free up our cops to go after the legitimate narcot-
ics users and pushers.

I don't think the laws on alcohol are stiff enough either.
In fact, if I was in charge, this would be a dry county. It
all depends on where you stand. If you're a pothead, then
you're pro (legalization). If you live in the world of reality,
you understand the impact and consequences. I grew up in
the '70s, so I've been around the block a few times and seen
some things. This permissive society that you advocate is
why we are going to hell in a handbasket.

We should legalize pot. CNN has been running specials
on the legalizing and not legalizing pot. Dr. Sanja Gupta
even stated that it does not do harm to a person, and that
they are now looking at long term effects. He spoke of what
it does to people, And basically it calms them. Besides how
many people have been killed because of smoking pot?
How many people were killed because of alcohol?

Oh great idea. Why don't we just put a bag ofreeferin ,
every new vehicle glove compartment as a standard fea-
ture. Makes about as much sense. .

Topic: Should the north Okaloosa County fire dis-
tricts outside the city of Crestview consider some form
of consolidation?
It's always easy to think the grass is greener on the
other side. How about this for a solution: Let's make what
we have work. Some of you belly-achers get off your duffs
and call and write your state reps and stop all this over-
regulation and unfunded requirements, and then-get out
and work for your local fire departments. You don't need
to fight fires. How about fundraising, volunteering your
time to help maintain trucks and equipment, helping with
training, writing grant proposals, and on.and on? It is easy
to say it won't work, but not so easy to be a part of the solu-
tion, not the problem. The way things are going there will
be no independent fire districts left due to budget issues if
the public doesn't get more involved. A consolidation may
be the answer, but right now that is impossible. So the an-
swer at this point is to fix the problems we have and for all
the departments to work together as one even if they are
independent of each other.
- -
Has anyone done the math? Seven north county sta-
tions full-time salary positions, operations and infra-
structure.

Before writing this story more people should have been
talked to to get the truth.

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


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


"To refuse to learn the lessons which
facts teach is both stupid and unworthy."

GRAND ADMIRAL KARL DONITZ
(1,891 1980)
Commander of Germany's World War II
submarine service; later head of the navy
and fourth president of Germany.

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GUEST COMMENTARY: DAVE SKARZYNSKI


NOFD did not listen to citizens


The North Okaloosa Fire District
held a public hearing on June 11 to
accept the property roll as well as to
determine if the current assessment
should be increased and to what
percentage. No media was in atten-
dance, so I decided to write this to
inform the citizens of the district the
decisions made at the meeting.
Commissioner Julie Slezia
opened the public hearing with a
funding presentation. The driv-
ing force of the budget is the fed-
eral Staffing for Adequate Fire and
Emergency Response (SAFER)
grant. This federal grant is a five-
year cost-sharing grant that allowed
the District to hire firefighters.
Salaries and benefits make up ap-
proximately 75 percent of the an-
nual budget. The bottoin line of this
briefing was that the district must
increase and/or extend the current
debt to meet the requirements of
the grant through the next two fiscal
*years. The grant goes through fiscal
year 2011.
After this briefing, the hearing
was opened for public comment.
There were various comments from


the public both supporting and op-
posing a rate increase, as well as
questions concerning the federal
grant.
After public comments were re-
ceived, the Board opened the hear-
ing for motions. The first motion
was made by Commissioner Slezia
to hold the line and not increase the
current assessment ($90.57 per resi-
dential). She explained that this re-
flected how the citizens felt the past
three elections, the most recent one
a $130 per year increase in March
2009. After a second by Commission-
er Frank Sauls and board discussion
a vote was taken. The motion failed
due to a lack of a majority (2-2)."
Commissioner Sam Anderson was
not present.
A motion then was made to in-
crease the assessment by the maxi-
mum allowed under the law, which
is 6.23 percent. After receiving a
second, discussion occurred. Dur-
ing this discussion it was mentioned
by a Commissioner that this was
only a $5.64 increase to residential
properties. Also during discussion,
Commissioner Slezia attempted to


amend the motion by a compromise
between no increase and the 6.23%,
but failed due to lack of a second.
The vote (to increase the assess-
ment 6.23 percent) passed 3-1, with
Commissioner Slezia opposing. No-
tification to citizens of this increase
will be reflected in their next tax bill
notification.
To Commissioner Slezia, I ap-
plaud you for listening to the citi-
zens and voting no to any increase.
As mentioned earlier, the three re-
cently completed elections reflected
that the citizens were unhappy.
To the other three commis-
sioners, the citizens elected you to
represent them. Obviously, you did
not do this as reflected on how you
voted. I believe you were elected by
the citizens to represent them and
not other interested parties.
It does not matter if the increase
was $130 (as reflected in the March
special election) or $5.64 as this 6.23
percent increase will affect citizens.
The citizens have stated to tighten
spending, as they have to all forms
as governments (city, county, fed-
eral) during these economic times.


Letters to the Editor


Apology sought after
items taken
Dear Editor,
In the middle of the
day on June 1 a vehicle
driven by.a young woman
with a young man drove
into my driveway. The
vehicle parked at the,
carport entrance and the
male passenger proceed-
ed to steal high-value
items.
First he got a
Husqvarna weed eater
that he placed between
the drivers and pas-
sengers seat. Then he
returned for a Stihl gas
blower. My wife saw him
get into the car, ran out-
side, and demanded he
give her the items back.
He gave her the blower.
She demanded the weed
eater. The man kept tell-
ing the driver to back up
and she just sat there.
The girl told the man to
give my wife the weed .
eater, which he did at
that point. They backed
'up and left. Joyce was
unable to get the tag
number for fear of being
run over:,
The city and county
law enforcement have
been notified along with
family members and
friends. If anyone has
information about this
incident please call Ted
Mathis at 850-682-6548.
This-girl and man need
to apologize to my wife. If
they apologize, they will
not be prosecuted.
Ted Mathis
Crestview ,

CPD policy should
be changed
The Crestview Police,
Station seems hidden


from Crestview citizens.
Are we pests who bother
them when we wish to
report a crime? If so,
then I was one of those
pests on June 11, 2009. A
dangerous driver nearly
creamed me near the
Staples office supply
store in Crestview. Took
the license number and
drove to find the police
station. Found it hidden
behind the fire station.
There are no signs di-
recting anyone to the
station. It required some
detective work to find the
place.
Walked in and waited
for the receptionist 'to
recognize me. She was
busily talking with a
gentleman inside her of-
fice. Waited five minutes,
without any luck then
saw the fire department
receptionist on the oppo-
site side of the hall. Told
her my problem, arid she
advised I should use a
telephone hanging on the
hallway wall. I did this
and received a response.
The operator said that
an officer would be there
to join me shortly. Short-
ly, a squad car pulled
up outside and a polite
officer joined me. Gave
my report to him, and he
advised that my report
was of no value since he
had not seen the inci-
dent.
This policy, I would
Like to change. Some
of us witnesses are not
dummies. We are trust-
worthy, and I believe I
should be one of them.
I'm a combat veteran of
World War II in France
and Germany. Four
months on the front line
with no break, no bath,
but I received an honor-


-able discharge. Used my
GI Bill to obtain a degree
in electrical engineering.
Worked for the. Air Force
under a top secret clear-
ance. Am the first origi-
nator of many electronic
systems, including the
GPS (Global Positioning
System). Have originated
many military docu-
ments.
I am now retired from
the military and am'
working on my own proj-
ects. Am developing an
electronic system which
will offer vision to blind
people. Have completed
a book, called "Cara-
vel." It takes the reader
as a guest mariner on
Columbus' famous voy-
age. Would like to be
trusted in my judgment
by the Crestview Police
Department. A crazy
driver drove through a
stop sign and nearly hit
me. This driver is now
known to the police, yet
no action has been taken
to correct the dangerous
situation. He will remain
crazy until a police of-
ficer sees him commit a
crime under present po-
lice rules. Hopefully, he
won't" kill anyone before
that.
William J. Oneby
Crestview

Local restaurants have
great service, food
We are very fortunate
in Crestview to have local-
ly owned restaurants that
are second to none. We
discovered a great gem on
the south end of town, the
Tokyo Hibachi Express
and Sports Bar next to the
Days Inn on State Road
85. If you like hibachi, the
food and entertainment is


as good or better as any
I have experienced with-
out the drive. If you like
Italian, try Guglielmo's
on Main Street for atmo-
sphere and the great taste
of Italy. It is as good as or
better than Ciao Bella's
or the Olive Garden and
priced equally. Venture out
for inventive and creative
foods at the Wild Olive
or an all-time favorite for
Mexican food, Azteca's.
SThere are many locally
owned restaurants with
great service and food.
Let's support our local
restaurant-owners and
keep Crestview in busi-
ness
Tommy Batson

We need some
restaurant chains
Living here in Crest-
view for 22 years, I-have
yet to see any BIG res-
taurant chains being
developed here. Only
rumors. There is no en-
tertainment for the youth
here, either. Crestview
will never have anything
here so long as the impact
fees are beyond means.
You think developers
don't know about Crest-
view? No foresight, no
revenue. That is why ev-,
eryone goes to Niceville,
Fort Walton Beach, Mil-
ton, DeFumiak and -Pace
to eat out where multiple
restaurants exist. This,
being the biggest city,
the county seat and most
populated city, we .have:
nothing to show for it. The.
future of this Crestview:
lies with the city council.
It is definitely time for
change. Common sense
goes a long ways.
Arnold Hauger
Crestview


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Edu1 cationn


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Local HONOR ROLLS


ANTIOCH HONOR
STUDENTS

A Honor Roll
1st Grade: Bohannon,
Brittni / Bramlett, Sage
/ Broyles, Ian / Cheney,
Kaylee / Connolly, Thomas
/ Daugherty, Emily./ Gilbert,
Shawn / Groover, Jordyn /
Kaiser, Eliskd / Kile, Erica
/ Madden, Aaron / Mahn,
Lauren / Plenge, Sheppard
/ Small, Georgia / Tofte,
Elizabeth / Turberville, Aime
/ Windham, Allyson /
Zanfardino, Bella.
2nd Grade: Bicknell, Rylee
/ Bramrrier, Anna-Grace /
Eastman, Caleb / Fuszner,
Jadyn / Johnson, Shelby /
Kempski, Elizabeth / Klose,
Jen-yi / LaRue, Rani, /.
Lay, McKenna / Maharaj,
Madison / Mensen, Marisa
/ Mesta, Clarissa / Moore,
Jahara / Paquet, Audra /
Paxton, Shaylah / Pourcillie,
Garrit / Riffle, Joshua /
Robinson, Emily / Rushing,
Jade / Sims, Adonis /
Stutler, Jordan / Syed,
Zuhair / Thompson, Bailey /
Tiller, Frank / Tofte, Zach /
Williams, Jack.
3rd Grade: Bumgardner,
Taylor / Flowers, Hayleigh /
Geier, Julia / Philpott, Abby
/ Philpott,'Erin / Schwieg,
Everett / Wrathell, Jade.
:4th Grade: Adams, Nick ,
/ Francis, Emily / Grois,
Gabriella / Gunter, Drew /
Kelsey, Hannah / Ramsey,
Joshua / Stegner, Quinn /
Williams, Ty.
5th Grade: Allen, Parker /
Anchor, Thomas / Calimlim,
Justin / Cole, Shelby / Harris
Christina / Riffle, Chrissy /
Shower, Richard.

A-B Honor Roll
1st Grade: Anderson,'
Mason / Berfanger, Kyra
/ Bertling, Grade / Blair,
Emma / Brown, Anthony
/ Carr, Jadelyn / Carroll,
Brian / Carroll, Kaylie /
:Cooke, Isaiah / Crawford,
Jalyn / Crumb, Daniel /
Erk, Matthew / Flavors,
Damontrea / Fox, Kaitlyn
/ Genest, Cameron
/ Goodlow,.Maliek /
Haverstock, Jacob / Hearn,
Caitlyn / H ezig, Hayden
/ KimiJuhui/ Miller, Kody
/ Moore, Andrew / Norris,
Sarah / Nusbaum, Logan'
/ Parrish, Javian / Phillips,
lisp / Reyes,: Dheaven /
Riley, Madison / Rogers,
Stephen / Ronhaar, Emma
/ Simms, Sara / Sordelet,
Asia / Tanguilan, Matthew
/ Thompson, Brianna /
Thompson, Madison /
Thursby, Logan / Tobin,
Mystee / Tompkins, Hayleigh
/'Trotter, Shayla / Veale,
Braeden / Wheelbarger,
Alexandra / Wiese, Sarah
/ Wrobble, Heather/ .
Zanfardino, Lilli.
2nd Grade: Acol, Keala
/ Adams, Anna / Allen,
Logan / Anderson, Heidi
/ Aviles, Alexis / Blum,


Audrey / Brown, Latavaius /
Burditt-Mossman, Myranda
/ Byrd, Dianna / Cabrillas,
Derek / Caldwell, William /
Campbell, Slade / Canady,
TJ. / Cisneros, Monet /
Coffey, Matthew / Dabbs,
Jacob / Daluz, Claria /
Davis, Kale / Dianat, Trinity /
Duenas, Natalie / Esmeralda,
Anthony / Feole, Ashley /
Griffin, Makensie / Hines,
Tenasha / Hood, Josiah /
Johnson, Kailey / Johnson,
Paige / Kendrick, Joycelyn
/ Kimm, Elizabeth / Kline,
Joshua / Landen, Haven /
Loften, Gabrielle / Matthews,
Kyshaya / McCurley, Kyra /
Meredith, Zacchari / Nelson,
Emily / Norris, Bryson / -
North, Madison / Parrish,
Dakari / Peoples, Derek /
Ream, Skyler / Roche, Kai.
/ Rusco, Mitchell / Sanders,
Natalie / Seward, Cody /
Sexton, Emily / Small, Randi
/ Staples, Jonthan / Stokes,
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James Archer, Justin Beniquez,
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Vallejo, James Webb, Jordan
Yarbrough.
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Chris / Basch, Tiffany / Bolton,
Courtney / Corthell, Calina /
Duncan, Halee / Ferrante, Vyctoria.
/Freemen, Logan / Gonzalez, Juan
/ Harrison, Megan / Johnson, Tyree
/ Kenealy, Dawson / Kerrell, Trace
/ King, Aleigh / Kootsouradis,
Cade /Martin, Christopher /
Martin, Joseph / Matthews, Jasmine
/ McCallum, Brendon / McLaney,
Kaden / Morales, Giovanni /
Raybon, Colbea / Shackleford,
Carter / Seagle, John Mark / Smith,


Kinoa / Tinklepaugh, Haley /
White, Leah.
2nd Grade: Austie, Layla / Ballard,
Jadyn / Bottenfield, Kathleen /
Bray, Jessica / Cameron, Tristan /
Corbin, Chandler / Corbin, Jack /
Couch, Jaonte / Edwards, Isaiah
/ Edwards, Riley / Gaszak, Jonah
/ Goedge, Faith / Holloway,
Chandler / Hurley, Olivia /
Lopez, Madilyn / Medlock, Elisa /
Medlock, Emma / Melton, Grace /
Meserve, Zachary / Miller, Seana
/ Morrill, Zane / Norman, Emily
/ Powley, Matthew / Riley, Gabby
/Stanley, Siena / Stepp, Mason /
Sutherland, Aaron / Tew, Weston /
Trost, Erin / Whidden, Johnathon /
White, Jacob / White, Sierra.
3rd Grade: Gillis, Gracie /
Medlock, Zoe / Meeks, Jodie /
Myatt, Jennifer / Weappa, Zala.
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Chandler, Shayla / Cyrus; Jacob /
Dalton, Rylee / Gillis, Cameron /
Harms, Kameryn / Hinds, Chance /
Howington, Shelly / Luke, Maddie
/ Mitchell, Ethan / Ness, Cailey / .
Rodriguez, Jaidyn / Seagle, Lydia /
Woida, Lexi.
5th Grade: Barberree, Taylor
/ Clay, Savannah / Coursey,
Diamond / Dunn, Elizabeth .'
Hardell, Erin / Humphrey, Rachel
/. Kootsouradis, Seth / Patterson,
Abby / Stewart, Rebecca / Wilks,
Dazhah.

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Ist Grade: Atkins, Chandlar /
Beard, Kelsey / Bexley,, Aurora /
Bishop, Kaitlyn / Bowler, Justin /
Brackney, Dusty / Burns, Thomas /
Clark, Breonna / Coward, Mi'Quel
/ Darby, Jaynie / Devine; Keano
/ Dunn, Elijah / Fenton, Jeremy /
Flanders, Kasey / Giles, Garrett


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Kerin / Jarrard, Avery / Leon,
Xzavier George / Mathews,
Tabatha / McQueen, Marquestte
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O'Malley, Logan / Polk, Carson /
Pressley, Emily / Ransom, Cole /
Ritchie, Joseph / Sayers, Christian /
Smothers, Sheniya / Stakley, Lauren
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2nd Grade: Akins, Austin / Akins,
Madison / Ambrose, Asiyana /
Andrews, CJ. / Archer, Kaeleb./
Arcikowski, Jordan / Ard, Abigail /
Austin, Rheahna / Bilodeau, Ryan
/ Blackshear, Tjuana / Boan, Brody
/ Bonilla, Alex / Caraher, Justin /
Carori, Destiny / Carr, Makenzie
/ Cato, Janee' / Corbin, Kayla
/ Dunn, Joseph 7 Fenton, Tim /
Fortner, Carlee / Fugate, Drake /
Grantham Tanner / Harms, Ashlyn
. / Harrell, Kemison / Henderson,
Jason / Henley, Alyssa / Hill, Jacob
/ Hollingsworth, Cassandra /
Ketchum, Victoria / Mays, Taurean
/ McCurley, Ashlyn / McLaughlin,
Tyrone / Merritt, Evan / Mobley,
Braden / Odom, Justin / Ortiz, Kyle
/ Register, Courtney / Rodriguez,
Natalia / Seals, Ni'ja / Secrest,
James / Shah, Aman / Sheets,
Alysa / Simms, Becca / Simpler,
Caleb / Smith, Alex / Stanton, Jack
/ Steele, James / Sterbaggi, Ryleigh
/ Suerro, Isabel / Tanner, Dakota /
Tims, Brandon / Toolan, Kennedy
/ Walker, Aniya / Westberry,
Shawna / White, Jerre'ka.
3rd Grade: Adams, Johnathan /
Atwood, Jade / Atwood,'Kim /
Bowers, Ryan / Brown, Aliyiah /
Burlison, Hannah / Cdstille, Cole /.
Curcio, Gunnar / Dowing, Kaylynn.
/ Goertzen, John / Green, Kara /
Greer, Casey / Hampton, Laurisha
/ Higdon, Belle / Holm, Michelle


/ Ingram, Desirae / Irelan, Joey /
Jarrard, Emma / Jones, Amber /
Lancaster, Thomas / Martin, Calista
/ McGovern, Ambelynn / Morales,
Antonio / Newman, Grace / Pettis,
Mercy / Piloto-Alonzo, Juan /
Reed, Brittany / Robbins, Jasiah /
Seymour, Connor / Sheats, Alaina
/ Shepheard, Sydney / Sherwood,
Charlotte / Smith, Jeremy / Smith,
Liliana / Stewart, Shelby / Striblin,
Tyler / Taylor, Vivian / Thomason,
Cole / Varner, Oriana / Westberry,
Payten / Williams, Courtney /
Young, Coleman.
4th Grade: Acang, Austin /
Alexander, Meaghan / Ambrose,
Chyna / Barrow, Brooklynn /
Baysmore, Montoya / Boles,
Savannah / Clark, Tyreke /
Fdircloth, Michaela / Furr,
Savannah / Hagedorn, Eli /
Harrison, Kayla / Holloway,
Madison / Howe, Allie / Jacobs,
David /Larson, Kirsten / Longman,
Jayce / McLaughlin, Alyssa /
Moorer, Rusty / Morris, Kaylee /
Nelson, Gabby/ Peterson, Alexis.
/ Ricks, Kayla /'Rojas, Oscar
/ Schlinger, Jax / Wakeland,
Cameron.
5th Grade: Alexander, Jenna /
Austin, Jessica / Back, Charlie /
Barlotta, Alex / Brooks, Michael /
Brown, Jeffrey / Corbin, Madison /
Couch, Nicholas / Dalton, Danny /
DeGraaf, Zack / Higdon, Johnna /
Hipps, Brayson / Johnson, Christa
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Johann / Matthews, Alyssa'/
Miller, Ryan / Morrill, Mararida
/ Ness, David / Otto, Kayla /
Polk, Austin / Raybon, Pace /
Robinson,. Levi / Samuolis, Mathew
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Areas of Blackwater River impassable


.Parents urged-to educate children about blocked section before outings


Special to the News Bulletin
Over 'the weekend of
June 5-7, first respond-
ers were called to assist
six people who became
stranded on Blackwater
River. Approximately
one-half mile of Black-
water River is impass-
able because of swamp
areas with heavy brush
and low water levels.
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River are urged by San-
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gency Management to
not continue south past
Deaton Bridge, as they
might find themselves
stranded in an area that
is very difficult to access
by first responders.
Anyone planning rec-:
reational outings on any
body of water should al-
ways bring a cell phone
in a waterproof bag to
call 9-1-1 if assistance is
needed, and tell a family
member or friend when
you expect to return.
Maps of the area
can be misleading, with
many people thinking it
is possible to travel from
Deaton Bridge 'nto Mil-
ton on the Blackwater
River. However, the
area of the river approx-
imately three-fourths
!of a mile north of Cab-
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north for approximately
one-half mile is a thick
swampy area with low
water levels that is not
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noers or kayakers.
The swampy area is
also home to danger-
ous wildlife including
alligators and poison-
ous snakes. People
traveling on Juniper
Creek are advised to
end their trip at Indian
Ford Bridge, as there is
no other suitable place
before Juniper runs into
Blackwater because of
the blocked area.
As many of the peo-
ple needing assistance
the weekend of June 5-7
were teenagers, parents
are urged to educate
their children about the
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going on recreational
outings on the Blackwa-
ter River.
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is not included in the
canoe and tubing trips
offered by the popular
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River canoe rental com-
pany, a spokeswoman
said.
"We don't send our
customers in that area
at all," she said. "The
people who got in trou-
ble had launched their
own canoes past of
where our trips end."


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BAKING: Brian W. Daves, a respiratory therapist from
Jackson, Miss., roasts in the Destin sun during a recent
visit to Crestview. The tanning oil he used doesn't offer
the needed protection of a lotion with a higher SPF.


aged by UV radiation, our
skin cells release a brown
pigment called melanin that
protects the skin cells' DNA
from damage. This brown
pigment is what gives us
our tans. When the sun's
UV radiation overwhelms
the protective properties of


melanin, it starts to damage
or "burn" the skin, causing
sunburn.
Even though., your body,
might not be able to com-
pletely defend you against
the sun, there are some
small precautions you can
take to protect yourselves.


First, apply sunscreen
liberally. Sunscreen works
by either reflecting or ab-
sorbing UV radiation from
the sun. All sunscreens
come with a Sun Protection
Factor, or SPF value, that
measures the effectiveness.
of the sunscreen against
UV radiation. The higher,
the SPF the more effective
the sunscreen. Use at least
SPF 15.
Your eyes are also sensi-
tive to UV rays, so invest in
a good pair of UV-protection
sunglasses.
Seek shade Whenever
possible, such as under an
umbrella, and stayhydrated
at all times. Don't drink sea
water, as it will exacerbate
dehydration.
While swimming, there
are a few things you should
be aware of. First, be cau-
tidus ofriptides'. Riptides are
narrow, powerful currents
that run from the shore out
to the ocean. These cur-
rents are usually difficult to
see, but sometimes you can


notice a difference in the
water's color.
Unfortunately, most peo-
ple don't recognize riptides
until they are caught in one.
If you find yourself caught
in a riptide, don't panic!
Swim diagonal or parallel
to the shore. Never .swim
against the pull of a riptide.
It's a losing battle. If you do
not know how to swim, try
to avoid waist-deep water.
Other aquatic nuisances
you're sure to encounter
are the numerous types of
marine wildlife. If you have
been to the beach, chances
are you may have seen or
even encountered a crab,
jelly fish, stingray or maybe
even a shark. Just remem-.
ber to exercise caution
when venturing into deep
waters. When you walk in
the water, shuffle your feet
to avoid stingray stings. If
you have been on the pier,
you know how many hide in
the shallow water.
Jellyfish stings are inevi-
table, so carry some vinegar


, and Tylenol. Vinegar ap-
plied to the stings can help
prevent jellyfish from re-
. leasing more toxin. (Never
use fresh water to wash off
jellyfish tentacle. It makes
the pain worse). 'Tylenol will
take care of the pain.
Finally, as insignificant
as this may sound, keep
an eye out for holes on the
beach. There have been
reports of people trip-
ping, falling and jumping
into holes that have been
dug out in the sand. You
wouldn't believe the num-
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seen every summer from
children who have jumped
into these holes and injured
themselves. If you or your
child likes to dig holes, re-
member to refill them when
you leave.
As always, whether it's
big or small, if your child
needs medical attention,
call your doctor to set up an
appointment.
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BRIEFS
Twin Hills Park
activities
Free bicycle safety
courses will be presented
atTwin Hills Park from
9-10:30 a.m. today by
the Crestview Police
Department.Attendees
should bring their own bike
and helmet.
YMCA T-Ball,
coach pitch
The Crestview Family
YMCA is holding extended
registration for the boys
and girls ages 2-17 through
July 6.
The season runs from
July 18-Aug.22.
Cost is $36 for members
and $48 for nonmembers.
For more information,
call theYMCA at 689-2999.
Baker Middle football
Any rising seventh- or
eighth-graders interested
in playing football for Baker
should contact coach Kellogg
at the Baker field house
Monday through Friday from
8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
CHS cheerleaders
fitness camp
EveryTuesday and
Thursday until July 2,the
Crestview High School
cheerleaders will be
hosting a Fit! Focused!
And Fired Up! fitness
camp for girls between
ages 9 and 15.The camp
is freeand will take place.
at the CHS' cheerleading
room on the bus ramp
from 5:30-7:30 p.m.There
will be guest speakers to
discuss nutrition, exercise
and fitness, goal setting,
self-esteem and other
.topics.The girls will also
be able to work out with
the cheerleaders and
learn about other physical
activities in the school and.
community in which they
can be involved.
Girls who plan to attend
the camp should wear
shorts, tennis shoes, and
hair up.
Early registration can be
turned in to the front office
at CHS. or girls can register
at.the-door from 5-5:30 p.m.
If you have any questions
about the camp or would
like a registration form, call
758-6.198 or 259-1808.
Laurel Hill Hobo
Recreation Camp
The Laurel Hill Hobo
Recreation Camp offers a
safe learning and physical
activity environment for
kids from kindergarten.
through eighth grade
Campers will play sports
including basketball,
volleyball, baseball and
bowling.: : :')
Activities will include
arts and crafts', library time,
scrapbooking,Wii play,
community projects, music
,and team-building skills.
Kids will learn about the
environment and will even
get a little academics in as
well.
Hobo, Recreation Camp
will be conducted at Laurel
Hill School by school
personnel and will run from
7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily,
with extended care available
from 6:30-7:30 a.m. arid
4-5 p.m. for an extra fee.
S Session I runs June 10-
30 at a rate of $150;
Session 2 runs.July 6-31
for $200. Daily rate is $10;
weekly rates are $50 per
child. Discounts are offered
for two or more children
registered from the same
household.
For more information,
contact Amanda Varnum,
951-3693, varnumam@mail.
okaloosa.k 12.us; or Karen
Rogers-Wooten, 305-
2866, or wootenk@mail.
okaloosa.kl 2.us.

See NOTES B2


SI Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletm
OOPS: Katie Santiago caught more than she bargained for when she snagged this turtle on her hook.


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Youngsters get


hooked on fishing

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Fishing has been a part of Ernie Martin's
life as long as he can remember.
Maybe that's why the veteran Crestview
High School educator and coach gets such a
kick out of teaching the annual fishing camp
at Twin Hills Park.
"This is the fourth year that we've had the
fishing camp," Martin said. "I've got some re-
turnees from last year and the year before.
"There were about 14 that came out, and
they enjoyed fishing every day. Every kid here
caught fish. It's mainly been bream and cat-
fish, but we have caught a couple of bass."
Martin joked that the kids didn't catch any
of the ducks that populate the ponds at Twin
Hills,.
Martin made sure the kids enjoyed them-
selves as he taught the young anglers the ba-
sics of fishing
"The first thing we tried to teach them on
the fundamentals is the first three letters, 'F-
U-N,'" he said. "We are trying to let them have
some fun with something that doestit require
electricity in either AC form or battery form.
And it's not, in the air conditioning.
See FISHING B2


SOCCER FUN: Coach James McDermott believes strongly that children should have
fun while developing their skills as soccer players.

Things getting warmed up at soccer camp


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin'
Heat might have forced the Twin Hills
soccer camp into the gym last week, but it
didn't stop the campers from learning and
having a good time.
"The kids seem to like it," veteran coach
James McDermott said. "As you can see,
some of the kids are having a lot of fun.


A fish story that still


O ne pf my favorite summer
camps is also led by one of
my favorite people.
The Twin Hills fishing camp
this past week with Ernie Martin
was a winner for the fourth
straight year. Anyone that knows
Ernie and the love he has for
fishing and for kids wouldn't be
surprised by the popularity of the
camp.
Ernie teaches the kids to fish
the old-fashioned way, from the
banks of the ponds at Twin Hills.
He teaches them to use a cane
pole with a worm on the hook and
a float to let them know when
they have a bite.
Ernie's camp reminds me of
another time and another place,
when I was about the size of the
youngest anglers.
I was maybe 5 or 6 years old,
and my family was at Grenada
Lake in north Mississippi. Papaw,
my mom's father, enjoyed putting


a line in the water and
trying to get a nibble.
Most of the time, we
thought we were going
after some big old
catfish. More often than
not, when we did catch
something,-it was some NOR
sort of pan fish. NOR
That particular day, we Z
were using live minnows Randy
for bait rather than worms.
I don't remember whether I
caught anything that day, but I
do have a rather unforgettable
memory of the day that, seriously,
had me fearful of something for
the next 30 or 40 years.
It was around lunchtime when
Papaw decided we should wrap
things up and head back to his
house in Greenwood, Miss. I
volunteered to dump the unused
live minnows back into the lake.
Just as I set the minnows free,
the biggest, meanest wasp I've


ever encountered showed
how big and mean it was,
stinging me above my left
eye.
Yes, I cried. Nobody
ever claimed, "There's
no crying in fishing."
And even if they had, the
H END rule would never apply
ONE to someone so young as I
Dickson was back then.
My eye almost swelled shut,
but the emotional damage was far
greater than. the physical pain.
Later that afternoon, my
parents and grandparents took
the family to see a Yogi Bear
feature cartoon at the local
theater.
The best part of the movie was
there were no wasps in the movie
house and it was cool, soothing
place.
My fear of flying, stinging
insects has persisted much of my
adult life.


"It's going well. Because of the heat, to
come inside is great, and I have a feeling
we will be in here a lot inthe summer. We
can, work a lot on technique when we are
inside.",
The two biggest. challenges with
moving the camp insidehave to do with
the space availability and the slickness of

See SOCCER B2


things

When I'm not around bees,
hornets or wasps, I can joke
about my irrational fear.
I was in a college psychology
class, and as the instructor talked
about conditioned responses,
wasps were banging against the
window a few feet from where
I sat. Believe me, I could relate
to the Pavlov's dog, and I didn't
need a laboratory to know a
conditioned response is real.
It was no accident I didn't
become a beekeeper or someone
who studies insects.
If the truth were told, I still
cringe a little when one of those
stinging suckers buzzes me.
But I still like to fish, and I.still
find comfort in an old Yogi Bear
cartoon.
Randy Dickson is the News
Bulletin Sports Editor. Contact
him at 682-6524 or e-mail
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com.


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the gym floor.
"When you are train-
ing kids and working with
them in a camp it's nice to
have that grass because
it slows the ball down,"
McDermott said. "If they
can control the ball on
this surface they will have
no problem outside. You
could see today they were
having a problem control-
ling the ball because of the
surface."
McDermott hopes to ac-
complish two things in the
camp that rims Monday
and Wednesday mornings
through July 8.
"The main goal of the,
camp is for the kids to have
a good time and to like soc-
cer," he said. "The second
thing would be to teach
them some techniques.
Techniques give the child
some confidence with the
ball.
"When you are confident
with the ball you are going
to have a lot more fun, and
that's what we are working
on."'
McDermott stressed the
importance that kids learn
ball skills.
"You want them work-
ing on dribbling the ball
and controlling the ball, not
just kicking it and going and
chasing it," he said. "That's
not good for the kids. You


SOCCER SKILLS: Haden Yard
works on his soccer skills
during the Crestview
Parks and Recreation's
annual soccer camp.
want them to be able to con-
trol the ball. They are going
to have a lot more fun by be-
ing able to dribble the ball.
"With young kids every-
body should have a ball and
do the (ball skill) exercises.
When they get to some-
where around 10 or 11 then
you work on agility, coordi-
nation, speed, speed with
the ball, speed without the
ball. Those are the things
with the travel program we
incorporate into the prac-
tices."


Photos by ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
PASSING SHOTS: Makensie Griffin works on passing the
ball during soccer camp.


NOTES from page B1


HELPING HAND: Corey Griffin gets a helping hand with the grass stuck on his hook from friend Kim Mollura.











SHOWW AND
TELL: Fishing
camp
instructor
:' Ernie Martin
shows off
the turtle
to Aurora
Bexley, Cailey
Ness and B.J.
BAITING HOOKS: B.J. Wilde gets a Wilde before.
little help baiting his hook from his releasing him.
grandfather, John Wilson.













WAITING: Aurora-Bexley, left, caught a catfish with spots on the first day of fishing camp and was waiting for
another one to bite her hook. BIG CATCH: Makensie Griffin, 8, middle, of Cresiview, pulled a catfish from the
waters at Twin Hills Park. during the annual kids fishing camp. CONFIDENT FISHERMAN: Gage Mollura, 10, right,
had already caught two catfish during the catch-and-release camp before the News Bulletin camera spotted him.

FISHING from page B1


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The ROTC at Northwest
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"You are outside in na-
ture and the surroundings'
where.you: are learning
how to catch fish with. live
bait using worms and crick-
ets. We've used minnows a
little bit. We've used little
fish to catch the big ones,
so to speak,"
The. camp covered a
little bit of everything one
needs to know when fishing
from the bank or dock on
a lake, river or even a bay.
Many of the lessons can
be used when fishing from
boat as well.
Martin taught the camp-
ers how to cast with a rod
and reel, how to bait a hook,
and, depending on the kind


of. fish, he even let the
campers take the fish off
the hook.
However, Martin han-
dled all the catfish with
pointy spine.
.The old joke says it's
called fishing not catching
for a reason, the campers
had plenty of success in
landing the fish.
. "This week it has been a
whole lot of catching going
on," Martin said. "These
jokers, once they got'the
hang of it, they have caught
plenty of fish.
"I would venture to say
they've caught 50 or 60 cat-
fish and about that many
bream." I,


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Question: Is a health care
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benefit by many employers,
permits workers to contribute,'
through payroll deduction, to
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BRIDGEWAY HONORS SMITH '
EIGHT YEARSOF SERVICE: The Bridgeway
Center Inc. Board of Trustees Honored
Julie Smith, RN, BSN, for eight.years.of
dedication, service and contributions to
Bridgeway Center's success. Smith served
from 2001 until2009 and was given
this special distinction in recognition of
her integrity, loyalty and compassion
for community service. Highlights of
her exemplary service include: B6ard
Chairman 2005, Vice-Chairman 2004,
Human Resources Committee Chair
2003,.2004, 2007, 2008; and Quality/
Planning Committee Interim .Chair 2005.
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Wednesday, June 24, 2009


Business BRIEFS


Moore to be recognized
for 50 years on
The Florida Bar
Three attorneys from the
1st Judicial Circuit, including
James Edward Moore Jr. of
Crestview, will be among 124
attorneys honored by The Flor-
ida Bar on Friday, June 26, for
50 years of dedication to the
practice of law.
Their service to the profes-
sion will be acknowledged dur-
ing a luncheon at The Florida
Bar's Annual Convention at the
Orlando World Center Marriott
from June 24-27. To be recog-
nized, attorneys must be mem-
bers in good standing of The
Florida Bar and attain their
50th anniversary of admittance
to the practice of law in 2009.
The 1st Judicial Circuit en-
compasses Escambia, Oka-
loosa, Santa Rosa and Walton
counties.
The luncheonis sponsored by
The Florida Bar's Young Law-
yers Division and will be held
June 26 at 12:30 p.m. The Hon.
Joseph W. Hatchett, a 50-year
honoree and former Florida Su-
preme Court justice and former
chief judge for the U.S. Court of
Appeals for the 11th Circuit, will
be the featured speaker.

Job Fair set for July 15
The :City of Crestview will
host the North Okaloosa Ca-
reer & Job Fair on July 15 at the


Crestview Community Center,
1446 Commerce Drive in Crest-
view. This event will run from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Approximately
50 employers will be present
representing defense contrac-
tors, aviation, manufacturing,
law enforcement, medicine and
many other career fields. This
job fair is free to employers and
the public. Seminars will be of-
fered on civil service applica-
tion, job search, resume writ-
ing, interviewing techniques
and other topics.
Employers will have access
to highly motivated military and
civilian applicants from the lo-


that brings the spa experience
into the home. The title is one of
the company's most prestigious
leadership levels in its field
sales organization. Lusby is now
on her way to earning a dream
vacation and a Ford Mustang
convertible. For more informa-
tion about BeautiControl, con-
tact Sandra at 850-834-4191.

Marketing workshop
July 23 in Crestview
Ideaworks, a full-service
marketing agency based in Pen-
sacola, will hold DIY Marketing
- a hands-on workshop focused


"Past attendees have unani-
mously endorsed the work-
shops," Sj6berg said. "By imple-
menting just one strategy out of
the many we cover, the attendee
can easily recoup the cost of the
workshop."'
DIY Marketing cost is $179,
including take-away .workbook
and toolkit. Those interested
are encouraged to register ear-
ly to reserve their space. To reg-
ister, visit www.ideaworksusa.'
com/diy or call 850-434-9095.


Leadership Okaloosa
accepting applicants


Regional Airport and Eglin Air
Force Base provide participants
with an understanding of the
community. Additionally, each
participant takes part in a group
project to benefit the community
while focusing on project man-
agement, time management
and team-building skills. Anoth-
er important aspect of Leader-
ship Okaloosa is the networking
relationships forged that leads
to long lasting personal and pro-
fessional relationships.
Tuition is $800. Applications
are due by August 7 and can be
accessed online at www.nwfsc.
edu/LI, or by calling. 850-729-


cal area. This is an opportunity on do-it-yourself marketing Leadership Okaloosa is cur- 6880 .
for companies to recruit some, strategies on July 23 from rently accepting applications
of the most highlyqualified 1-4 p.m. at the Senior Circle for the 2009-2010 class. The Water Management
degree and technically skilled classroom in the North Oka- 10-month program, presented District launches
professional personnel in the loosa Medical Center, located at by Northwest Florida State Col-
Southeast. s. 127 Redstone Ave., Suite A, in lege Leadership Institute on stormwater e-permitting
Employers may register by Crestview. behalf of the Crestview, Des- An electronic permitting por-
758alling7 850-7X211 or X9-5229 or 850-833mailing During the workshop, Ide- tin, Niceville-Valparaiso and tal opened this moth, making
7587 X211 or lX229or -mailing awOrks founder and President the Greater Fort Walton Beach stormwater permitting more
ltipton@jobsplus02.com or jm Caron Sj6berg will teach low- chambers of commerce, is de- efficient. Applicants or their
daniel@jobsplus2.com.nsored by and no-cost do-it-yoprself mar- signed to enhance the partici- agents engaged in activities

the city of Crestview in part- keting strategies to increase pant's leadership skills and pro- that potentially generate storm-
nership with Northwest Florida business in a slow economy. vide community awareness. The water runoff will be able to save
State College, JobsPlus/Work- The workshops are limited to class meets one day a month time and money by completing
force Development Board of 25 attendees to ensure that each from September to June. Partic- applications, attaching docu-
Okaloosa and Walton Counties participant receives a hands-on ipants receive classroom train- ments and paying fees online.
and the Crestview Chamber of experience with takeaway in- ing by a certified instructor and The Northwest Florida Water
Commerce. . formation and ideas specific to are given opportunities to inter- Management District has in-
their individual business., act with various key community cluded a tutorial to walk appli-
According to Sjoberg, the- leaders thought the process. A cants through the terms, condi-
LUsby receives promotion workshops will benefit, most ev- highlight of the program is the tions, definitions and statutes.
Laurel Hill resident Sandra ery industry from' corporations, two-day trip, to, Tallahassee's Those who prefer to file in
Lusby was recently promoted to nonprofits,' education, govern- for the Legislative Day meet- person may still do so at the
independent director by'Beauti- ment, hospitality,, real estate ings. Tours of area businesses ERP officesin Tallahassee or at
Control, a direct sales company and health care, among others. such as the Northwest Florida 800 Hospital Drive in Crestview.


BBB warns of door-to-door salesmen in northwest Florida


PENSACOLA The Better Busi-
ness Bureau is warning consum-
ers to be wary of salesmen who are
going door-to-door offering home
security, systems "at no cost."
Consumers have alerted BBB
that salesmen identifying' them-
selves as being from Safeguard,
America are distributing fliers of-
fering a free security system for
homeowners, claiming they can
save up to 25 percent on their
homeowners' insurance.


The fliers cite a Mississippi ad-
dress, but according to the U.S.
Postal Service, the address is that
of an apartment complex, not a
business.
The fliers and the company's
Web site include BBB's old logo
and claim that Safeguard Ameri-
ca is a BBB "Member." However,
they are not a BBB Accredited'
Business. Salesmen are also. cit-
ing a Florida license from the De-
partment of Business and Profes-


sional -Regulation; however that
license expired in 2004.
Another DBPR license, im-
properly displayed on the flier, is
issued to a David Rorfian for Secu-
-rity Systems Inc, DBA Safeguard
America. David Roman is also
the president of Safe Home Se-
curity, Inc., a Connecticut-based
business with an F rating from
the BBB because of the number
of complaints filed against it, a
failure to respond to those com-


plaints, and the length of time
the company has taken to resolve
them.
The, Connecticut Attorney
General has filed suit against Safe
Home Security, Inc., Safe Home
Monitoring, Inc., and their owner,
David G. Roman, charging them
with installing and failing to fix
faulty equipment, as well as viola-
tions of the state's home'improve-
ment contractor laws.
BBB warns consumers to be


cautious doing business with any-
one who shows up on their door-
step. Don't feel pressured to make
a decision on the spot. Verify li-
censing, bonding, insurance or
any other requirements that may
be necessary for that industry. If
a business claims BBB Accredita-
tion or membership, verify their
status with BBB.
For additional information and
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(850) 682-6524


What's Happening


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
BLOOD DRIVES:'
North Okaloosa Medical
Center tomorrow from 7
a.m. -4 p.m.
For additional
information please call
(850) 473-3853 or visit www.
nfbcblood.org.
CHS FUND-RAISER:
The Crestview High School
baseball team will have its
alumni game July 2 at 7
p.m. Varsity players will
battle it out with former
CHSplayers. In conjunction
with the game, the team
will kick off its fundraising
for 2010 with the sale of
beef Tri-Tip roasts. Roasts
are fully cooked and ready
to eat or freeze for future
meals. Preorder by calling
689-7417, 398-2560 or 376-
3401. One tri-tip is $25; two.
or more can be purchased
for $20 each.
- CRESTVIEW
SPORTS: Crestview Parks
andRecreation is accepting
signups for football, soccer
and cheerleading.
Children who reach
these age limits before
Sept. 1 are welcome to sign
up: ages 4-14 for soccer


6-11 for football, and 4-12
for clieerleading.
Registration is $60 for
city residents and $65
for those outside the city
limits. Please call 682-4715
for further. details and
information on cheerleader
registration. Parks and rec
hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through' Friday.
The Web site is at www.
cityofcrestview.org.
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: Saturday,
June 27 from 10 a.m.
until all the food has
been distributed at New
Beginnings Church,
412 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Details: Jimmy
Smith, 689-2988. New
Beginnings is an equal
opportunity provider.
FREE SCREENINGS:
Winn-Dixie Pharmacy
at 1326 N. Ferdon Blvd.
in Crestview is hosting
free total cholesterol and
diabetes screening tests on
July 1 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
No appointment is needed.
For further details, call
1-800-713-3301.
HOBO RECREATION
CAMP: The Laurel Hill
Hobo Recreation Camp
offers a safe learning
and physical activity


environment for kids from
kindergarten through
eighth grade. Campers
will play sports including
basketball, volleyball,
baseball and bowling. c
Hobo Recreation Camp
will be conducted at Laurel
Hill School' by school
personnel and will run
from 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.
daily, with extended care
available fromn 630 ,t 730. ;,
a.m. and 4 to 5 p.m. for an
extra fee.
Session 2 runs July 6-31
for $200. Daily rate is $10;
weekly rates are $50 per
child. Discounts are offered
for two or more children
registered from the same
household.
For more information,
contact Amanda Varnum,
951-3693, varnumam@
mail.okaloosa.kl2.us; or
Karen Rogers-Wooten,
305-2866, or wootenk@
mail.okaloosa.kl2.us.
PUBLIC FUND-
RAISER: Produce for Kids
and Publix are teaming up
to create miracles for kids
at Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital. Through July 1,
you can buy designated
fresh produce at all Publix
stores, and those funds will
directly benefit Children's


Miracle Network hospitals.
Details: Courtney
O'Brien-Pate, Children's
Miracle Network
coordinator, (850) 416-4665.
WORK 6UT WITH
ROTC: ROTC at Northwest
Florida State College
is opening its summer
physical training program
to high school age students
and the public free of
charge. Youths,and adults
of any athletic ability, who
are at least 16 years of
age, are invited to join the
college's ROTC program
students for circuit training,
upper body and abdominal
training, cardio training,
stretching, running and
team sports on Tuesday-
Thursday from 6:30 a.m. to
7:30 a.m. through August
13 at the ROTC building on
the Niceville campus (west
end of campus by the ball
fields).
Instructors will do an
evaluation the first day a
person attends to place
participants in a group that'
matches their abilities.
Participants do riot need
to attend each session.
Participation is free of
charge, but individuals
must complete a non-credit
registration form, available


at'any campus location or
on the college website at
www.nwfstatecollege.edu.
Appropriate. gym attire is
required. Details: Capt.
David Avallone, 729-6022, or
avallond@nwfstatecollege.
edu.
RED CROSS
CLASSES: in Okaloosa
County include:
June 26, 6-10 p.m. CPR/
AED-Adult.
June 27, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Babysitter's Training.
To register call
1 (800) 773-7620 ext. 0 or
visit www.YourRedCross.
org.
FRIENDS OF
THE LIBRARY
INFORMATION: The
July 1 presentation by Dr.
Brian Rucker of PJC is
about "Life on the West
Florida Frontier." .

MISCELLANEOUS
FLORIDA TRAIL
SCHEDULE: Visit http://
choctaw.floridatrail.org
for details on the group's
upcoming events.
Saturday, June 27 at 8
a.m. Join for a kayak/canoe
trip. Place TBA. Details:
(850) 474-5359.


Sunday, June 28 at 9
a.m. Join for a kayak/canoe
trip on Juniper Creek
in, Santa Rosa County.
Details: (850) 484-9111.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club
activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591
or e-mail her at freklzl00@
cox.net.
INDOOR SUMMER
CAMP: Hosted by the
Emerald Coast Wildlife
Refuge at Uptown Station
in Fort Walton Beach for
a week-long adventure
exploring native wildlife
found in your backyard.
Each day they will
investigate a different
animal group, enjoy
animal-related crafts and
activities, and you'll even
get to visit with real live
animals like owls and
foxes. Sessions are from
July 13-17 for K-2nd grade
and July 20-24 July for 3rd-
5th grade. Lunches and
snacks will be provided.
Volunteers are needed to
act as camp counselors.
For pricing and registration
information, or if you
wish to volunteer, please
contact Debbie at (850) 685-
9014 or e-mail dedwards@
ecwildliferefuge.com.


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IN THE CIRCUIT
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LUGENJBEEL NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance. Ire 001.2S.22.0515-0000- NOTICE OF APPLICA- Dalendaani-I
Pel.,l.ner TION FOR TAX DEED narne ,n wr.nch ie 0380 Opening Bid TION FOR TAX DEED
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000153 C the property is as fol- ing in the County of 000160 C NOTICE is hereby
PONG C. LUGENBEEL lows: Okaloosa, State of Flor- given pursuant to a Fi-
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that Gulf Group Hold- 2007 Assessed to: that Gulf Group Hold- closure dated June 15,.
i AMENDED NOTICE ings, as holder of the JKP WAVELAND INC Unless the certificate is ings, as holder of the 2009, entered in Case,
OF ACTION FOR DIS- following certificate, Description: COMMO- redeemed according to following certificate, Number 08-CA-4576 of
SOLUTION OF MAR- has filed said certificate DORE POINT S/D LOT law, the property de- has filed said certificate the Circuit Court of the
RIAGE for'a Tax Deed to be is- 116 scribed in the certifi- for a Tax Deed to be is- First Judicial Circuit in
sued thereon. The cer- Parcel ID#: cate will be'sold to the sued thereon. The cer- and for Okaloosa
TO: PONG C. tificate number and 00-2S-22-0515-0000- highest bidder. in the tificate number and County, Florida,
LUGENBEEL year of ..issuance, the 1160 'Opening Bid: BCC Board Meeting year of issuance, the wherein PEOPLES
LAST KNOWN AD- name in which the $16,140.72 Room at the Okaloosa name in. which the FIRST COMMUNITY
DRESS: ORLANDO, property is assessed All of said property be- County Courthouse, property is assessed BANK is the Plaintiff
FLORIDA and the description of ing. in the County of Crestview, Florida at and the description of and TAM THANH
the property is as fol- Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a.m. on Friday, the property is as fol- LUONG and THU
YOU ARE NOTIFIED lows: ida. August 7, 2009. lows: THUY NGUYEN are the
that an action has been Certificate # 1739 of Certificate # 2357 of Defendants, I will sell to
filed against you and 2007 Assessed to: Unless the certificate is Dated this 19th day of 2007 Assessed to: the highest bidder for
you are required to ALEX M BROWN redeemed -according to June, 2009. JWM OF BAKER INC / cash at the Front Door
serve a copy of your Description: DORIS law, the. property. de- JTA OF HOPE HULL of the Clerk's Office,
written defenses, if any, ALENE S/D LOT 6 BLK scribed in the certifi- DON W. HOWARD LLC Okaloosa County
to it on STEPHEN D. 2 cate will-be sold to the CLERK OF THE CIR- Description: NE1/4 OF Courthouse Annex,
LUGENBEEL, whose Parcel ID#: highest bidder in the CUIT COURTS NW1/4 E OF HWY. 1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
address is 3975 Painter 12-3N-24-0660-0002- BCC Board Meeting LESS PARTS SOLD Suite B-110, Shalimar,
Branch Rd, Crestviw Fl. 0060 Opening Bid: Room at the Okaloosa By:Lisa L. Guia, Deputy 926/494 Okaloosa County, Flor-
32539, on or before $1,562.13 .County Courthouse, Clerk. Parcel iD#: ida; at 11:00 a.m. Cen-,
July 9, 2009, arid file All of said property be- Crestview, Florida at 17-3N-24-0000-0005- tral Time in the 13 day
the original with the ing in 'the County of 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 06/24/09 0010 Opening Bid: of July, 2009, the fol-
.clerk of this Court at Okaloosa, State of Flor- August 7, 2009. 07/01/09 $1,479.16 .lowing described prop-
101 E. James Lee Blvd. ida. 07/08/09 All of said property be- erty situated in
Crestview, FL 32536 Unless the certificate is. Dated this 19th day of 07/15/09 ing in the County of Okaloosa County, Flor-
before service on. Peti- redeemed according to June, 2009. Okaloosa, State of Flor- ida, and set forth in the
tioner or immediately law, the property de- __ ida. Order or Final Judg-
thereafter. If you fail to scribed in the certifi- DON W. HOWARD Unless the certificate is ment, to-wit:
'do so a default may cate will be sold to the CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal # 100675 redeemed according to
be entered against highest bidder in the CUIT COURTS law, the property de- LOT -12 PLANTATION-
you for the relief de- BCC Board Meeting NOTICE OF APPLICA- scribed in the certifi- OAKS OF MARY ES-
manded In the peti- Room at the. Okalbosa By:Lisa L. Guia, Deputy TION FOR TAX DEED cate will be sold to the THER, according to the
tion. County Courthouse, Clerk highest bidder in the Plat thereof, as re-
Crestview, Florida at TDA Case #: 2009 TD BCC .Board Meeting corded in Plat in Plat
Copies of all court 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 06/24/09 000158 C Room at the Okaloosa Book 22, at Page 8-9,R
documents in this August 7, 2009. 07/01/09 County Courthouse, of the Public Records
case, Including 07/08/09 Notice is hereby given Crestview, Florida at of Okaloosa County,
orders, are available Dated this 19th day of 07/15/09 that Gulf Group Hold- 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Florida.
at the Clerk of the Cir- June, 2009. ings, as holder of the August 7, 2009.
cult Court's office. DON W. HOWARD following certificate, In accordance with the
You may review these CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal #'100673 has' filed said certificate Dated this 19th day of Americans With Disa-
documents upon re- CUlT COURTS for a Tax Deed to be is- June, 2009. abilities Act, persons
quest By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. NOTICE OF APPLICA- sued thereon. The cer- DON W. HOWARD needing a special ac-
06/24/09 TION FOR TAX DEED tificate number and CLERK OF THE CIR- commodation to partic-
You must keep the 07/01/09 year of issuance, the CUIT COURTS ipate in this proceeding
Clerk of the Circuit 07/08/09 TDA Case #: 2009 TD name in which the By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. should contact the
Court's office notified 07/15/09 000156 S property- is assessed 06/24/09 Court Administrator's
of' your current ad- _______ and the description of 07/01/09 'Office no late than
dress. (You may file ..1..071 Notice is hereby given the property is as fol- 07/08/09 seven (7) days. prior to
Notice of current Ad- Legal#100671 that Gulf Group Hold- lows: 07/15/09 the proceeding at 1250
dress, Florida' Su- N C OF APPLICA ings, as holder of the Certificate # 3287 of N. Eglin Parkway, Suite
preme Court Ap- NOTICE OF APPXL. following certificate, 2007 Assessed to: Legal # 100677 B-110, Shalimar 'hr-
proved Family Law TION FOR TAX DEED has filed said certificate CARLTON S CARR l da; Telephone
form 12.915.) Future TDA Case #: 2009 TD for a Tax Deed to be is- Description: BEG NW NOTICE OF APPUCA- (850) 65- 17497 7,D
papers in this lawsuit sued thereon. The cer- COR OF' SW1/4 OF TION FOR TAX DEED or 1 -800-955-877 DD
will be mailed to the 000154 C tificate number arid SE1/4 E180 FT S726 via.Florida Relay erv-
address on record at .. is hereb year of issuance, the FT W180 FT N726 FT TDA Case #: 2009 TD Florida Reay Srv-
the clerk's office. Notice fro name in which the TO POB 000161 S ye.
that Gulf Group Hold- property is assessed Parcel ID#: 016 ,.
WARNING:' Rule wings, as holder of the and the' description of 34-4N-24-0000-0005- Notice is hereby given Any person claiming an
12.285, Florida Familyfllowin cerTcate, the interest in the surplus
L ., Florida Family s c f e ertifica the property is as fol- 001A Opening Bid: that Gulf Group Hold- from the sale, if any
du'e, Rr3iresfor a Tax Deed to be is- ate sas holder of the other than the property
dure, requires certain Cfor Taeer d tificate-#C312 of All of said property be- following certificate, o a t
automatic disclosure sued thereon. The cer- 2007 Assessed to: ing in the County of hasfiledsaid certificate owner as of thed uste o
of documents and In- tificate umber and BURTON, JAMES A & Okaloosa, State of Flor- for a Tax Deed to be is- file a claim within 60
formation. Failure to year of issuance, the PATRICIA ida. sued thereon. The cer- days after the sale.
comply can result In nameinwhichthe Descrition:. LEGION Unless the certificate is ificate number and '
sanctions, Including property is assessed, VILLAGE T/H LOT 23 redeemed according, to year of issuance, the WITNESS m hand an
dismissal or striking and the description of Parcel ID#: law, the property de- name in which ththe officialSS my hseanl of thisan
pleadings. e property is as fol00-2S-22-1486-0000- scribed in the certifi- property is assessed Honorable Court, on
DATED5-2909 Certficae # 1269 of 0230 Opening Bid: ca will be sold to theand the description of this 16 day ofJune,
A -2007 Assessed9 to $6,675.22 highest bidder in the the property is as fol- 2009i
CLERK OF THE CIR-^TRACIEN CARR All of said property be- 8CC Board Meetng lows:
CLERK OF THE CIR- Description: SW1/4 OF ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa Certificate # 1479 of lDn W. Howard
CUIT COURT Sc^ ,,/4OFNE1/4 LESS Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, 2007 Assessed to:' C" of th Circuit
BY: Kitty Sims 1 OE.SOD E Ida. Cretvlew, Flor ida at MODESTY MICHELE of urt, Okaloosa
1 ACRE SOLD Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Friday, KENT C (
06/03/09 -arc l -2400000002 redeemed according to August 7, 2009. Description: SYLVANIA CountyKI Jackson
06/10/09 0070 O n in lawa the property de- HTS S/D LOT 6 BLK 3
06/17/09 091.69 peni d scribed in the certifi- Dated this 19th day of 853/452 Sh Denton Mailor
06/24/09All of said property be cate will be sold to the June, 2009. Parcel ID#: Sher Denton Mallory
hih nyof est idder in the DON W. HOWARD 09-2S-24-244A-0003- MAtLORY & MALLORY
kasa ing in the County of Blo Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- 0060 Opening Bid: Post Office Box 2178
SOkaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa CUlT COURTS $1,636.78
.--- ida. County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. ,All of said property be-' 64P ma City, Florida
SUnlessthe certificate is Crestview, Florida at 06/24/09 Ing in the, County of
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/01/09 Okaloosa, State of Flor- Tam Thanh Luong
law, the property de- 07/15/09 7,2009. // da. ThuyNguyen
S07/15/09 unless the certificate is Hiy Nguyen 98 East
^ i) T ^ cate will be sold to the Dated this 19th day of redeemed according to #1 .
highest bidder in the June, 2009.WARD law, the property de- Destin, FL 32541
DON W. HOWARD scribed in the certifi-
BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal # 100676 scibed in the certf-
P Room at the Okaloosa CULERKT COURTSHE R- cate will be sold t6 the 06/24/09
County, Courthouse, BysaLGu, D.C. ADVERTISEMENT OF highest b idder in the 07/01/09
Crestview, Florida' at COMPLETION BCC Boa Meeting ____
Room at the Okaloosa
10:00 a.m. on Friday, 06/24/09 TIN o t Courthouse, Legal #100687
Carl Teston Painting August 7, 2009. 07/0/09 Carter's Contracting County Courthouse, Legal # 100687
Quality is affordable Dd s ao /09 Services, Inc., 23263 Crestview, ,Florida at
low price guarantee Dated this. 19th day of 07/08/09 Harmony Church Road 10:00 a.m. on Friday, NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Frae estimates Lic/Ins June, 2009. 0 9Andalusia Alabama:, August 7, 2009. TIoN FoRTAXADEED
8503050109 DON W. HOWARD 64Lealhereb 100674 esof completion of Dated this 19th .day of TDA Case #: 2009 TD
MIKE GOLLES CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal # 100674 Emergency Watershed June, 2009. 000150 C
PAINTING CUlT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- Project, New Ebenezer DONW. HOWARD
Interior, exterior, also CLERK OF THE CIR- Notice is hereby given
pressure washing. Li- TION FOR TAX DEED Road, Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR- Notice is hereby given
County, Florida, Con- CUlT COURTS that Gulf Group Hold-
ct oo- By: Lisa L. Gu, D.C. wings, as holder of the
censed & Insured Free By:Lisa L. Guia, Deputy TDA Case #: 2009 TD tract No, OK-Oct07 By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. wings, as h der tf he
estimates. Ph. Clerk 0001 57SStorm-NER-02 and sets 06/24/09 following certificate
682-5347. Senior citi- February 27 of 2009 as 07/01/09 has filed said certificate
zen discounts. 06/24/09 Notice is hereby given the date of final settle- 07/08/09 for a Tax Deed to be is-
07/01/09 ment 07/15/09 sued thereon. The cer-
07/08/09 that Gulf Group Hold- _______ tificate number and
^ W 07/15/09' *ings, as holder of the yar of issuance, the
following certificate, Yellow River Soil & Legal # 100679 name in which the
has filed said certificate Water Conservation property is assessed
x t Tree Servic Legal # 100672 for a Tax Deed to be is- Dstrict (Owner) IN THE CIRCUIT and the description of
Hurricane season is sued thereon. The cer- Attn: John COURT, FIRST JUDI the property is as fol-
here: Get you trees cut I(IOTICE OF APPLICA- tificate number and Bergchneider CIAL CIRCUIT OF lows:
now Free Estimates, TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the 1759 South Ferdon THE STATE OF FLOR- Certificate # 2949 of
LIC/INS. Call Paul name in which the Blvd. IDA, IN AND FOR 2007 Assessed to:
850-398-7677 TDP A Case #: 2009 TD property is assessed Crestview, FL 32536 OKALOOSA COUNTY KATHY S & IRA C
Pc 000155 S and the description of Mrtha Crt', CASE NO. 08-CA-4576 SHEETS
Price's Quality the property is as fol- By:esident PEOPLES FIRST COMDescrtion: COM NE
Tree Service Notice Is hereby given lows: President PEOPLES FIRST COM-COR SW1/4 OF SE1/4
850-391-1169 that Gulf Group Hold Certificate # 114 of MUNITY BANK, S942 FT W788 FT TO
Tree Removal, Tree ings, as holder of the 2607 Assessed to: 06/1/09 PlaintiffPOB, W250 FT N410 FT
Trimming, Stump following certificate, JKP WAVELAND INC 06/17/09 E250 FT S410 FT TO
grinding aval.& free has filed said certificate Description: COMMO- 06/24/09 vs. POB AS OR
estimates. for a Tax Deed to be Is- DORE POINT S/D LOT 07/01/09 TAM THOANH LUONG, Parcel ID#:


2 -J4N .22 -00CO -000 3-
024Al Opernng B,.,
I 18.302 33
All :I sad prroperry je-
,rig in Irie Counry ,01
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,
August 7, 2009..
Dated this 19th day of
June, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
06/24/09
07/01/09
07/08/09'
07/15/09

Legal # 100688

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000139 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 1991 of
2007 Assessed to:
SHEHEANE, THOMAS
M & PATRICIA
Description: BEG 1840
FT E & 300 FT S OF
NW COR OF SE1/4
S75 FT W115 FT N75
FT E115 TO BEG.
938/961
Parcel ID#:
15-2S-25-0000-0011 -
0020 Opening Bid:
$2,039.80
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,
August 7, 2009.
Dated this 19th day of
June, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD .
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
06/24/09
07/01/09
07/08/09
07/15/09

Legal # 100689
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000140 C
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2966 of'
2007 Assessed to:
ALLEN WAYNE ROBIN-
SON
Description: PARCEL 7
RIVER ROAD PROJ-
ECT PH II: COM SE
COR OF NE1/4 N50 FT
W2344.17 FT TO POB
W350 FT N381.64 FT
N43 DEG E ALG CUR
371.12 FT N36 DEG E
ALG CURV 158.61 FT
S786.2 FT TO POB
LESS COM AT SE COR
THEREOF N247.21 FT
TO POB W175.05 FT
N210.91 FT TO SLY
EDGE COTTON
CREEK RED NELY ALG
EDGE TO A PT N OF
OB THC S497.42 FT
O POB


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P6,,: 61 ID#o : law. ine property 3 e Daled ths 191r, day ,of Legal # 100698 -,..: I.roi-no i :, 1 ,..ir,,-.r r.un
27-4N-24-0000-0004- scribed in the certifl- June, 2009. dead or alive and all 689
004C Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD NOTICE OF APPLICA- unknown heirs, devi- 749
$1,939.18 highest bidder in the CLERK OF THE CIR- TION FOR TAX DEED sees, grantee, assigns, cee
All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting CUlT COURTS creditors, or any other (85(
ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa By: Usa L. Guia, D.C. TDA Case #: 2009 TD parties claiming by,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, 06/24/09 000151 C through, under or IMP
ida. Crestview, Florida at 07/01/09 against him; In
Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/08/09 Notice is hereby given Address Unknown Am,
redeemed according to August 7, 2009. 07/15/09 that Gulf Group Hold- YOU ARE NOTIFIED bilit
law, the property de- ings, as holder of the that an action to quiet with
scribed in the certifi- Dated this 19th day of Legal #100696 following certificate, title to the following ing
cate will be sold to the June, 2009. Legal has filed said certificate property in Okaloosa dati
highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- County, Florida: this
BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- For starting point, go to con
Room at the Okaloosa CUIT COURTS TON FOR TAX DEED tificate number and the North quarter line trati
County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. TDA Case #: 2009 TD year of issuance, the stone in East section Par
Crestview, Florida at 06/24/09 000148S name in which the line of Section 15, 325
10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/01/09 000148 S property is assessed Township 3 North, ber
August 7,:2009. 07/04/09 Nice is hereby given and the description of Range 23 West; thence prior
*07/15/09 Notice is hereby given the property is as fol- Westerly with the North
Dated this 19th day of that Gulf Group Hold- lows: quarter line 30 feet to a 6/17
June, 2009. ings, g caholder of the Certificate # 3148 of point in the said quarter 6/24
DON W.HOWARD Legal #100693 followinaid certificate, 2007 Assessed to: line; thence Northerly
CLERK OF THE CIR- has file said certificate CLAYTON S. with West line of Hare
CUIT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- MONTAYNE EST Street 475 feet to PRM LE(
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- Description: PAGE stone; thence Westerly
06/24/09 tificate number and PLACE S/D 75 FT LY- with North line of
07/01/09 TDA Case #: 2009 TD year of issuance, the ING NORTH OF LOT 5 Pinewoods Drive 1717
07/0809 000144 C name in which the BLK C feet to PRM stone; FI
07/15/09 property is assessed Parcel ID#: thence Northerly with
Notice is hereby given and the description of 32-3N-23-303A-OOOC- West line of Woodland
S # that Gulf Group Hold- the property is as fol- 005A Opening Bid: Street 225 feet tp O
Legal #100690 wings, as holder of the Cerwsificate # 836 of $1,638.19 stake-Point of Beginn-
N.OTIO..F A C-,P A following certificate, 2007 Ae All of said property be- ing;e thence Westerly CI
NOTICE OF APPLIC has filed said certificate 2007 Assessed to ing in the County of 200 feet to stake;
TION FOR TAX DEED for a Tax Deed to be is- SANDRA L WHITE Okaloosa, State of Flor- thence Northerly 100 4
TDA Case # 2009 TD sued thereon. The cer- description H GARNI- ida. feet to stake, thence F
TDA Case #: 2009 tificate number and ERS BCH 7TH ADDI- Unless the certificate is Easterly .200 feet to
000141 C year of issuance, the TIONBLK D 5 .redeemed according to stake, in the West line
Notice is hereby givename in which the 2-224-1007-000C-20 law the property de- of, Woodland Street CH,
that Gulf Group old- property is assessed Openi^ g Bid. scribed in the certifi- thence Southerly with NAI
t .t ul.ro ohl and the description of Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the West line of Woodland
wings, as holder of i the property is as fol- $24,907.81 highest bidder- in the Street 100 feet to Point
following certificate, lows: All of said property be- BC Board Meeting of Beginning. Being vs.
for a Tax Deed to be is Certificate #' 1012 of ing In the County of Room at the Okaloosa Lots 20, 21,22 and 23
or a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to: Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, in Block 20 as shown in SHr
sued thereon. The cer- CHARLES EARNEST Ida. ..Crestview, Florida at the plat of Opportuni- AK
tificate number and MATTHEWS Unless the certificate is 10:00 am. n Friday, ties Addition to PLE
year of issuance, he Description: RES/D redeemed according to August 7 2009. Shoffner City, Okaloosa
name in which the Description: BLK 6 aw, the property de- gust 7, 2009ShCounty, Florida.
property is assessed OAKDALE MIN FARMS scarbed in tlhe certif- Dated this 19th day of has been filed against
and the description of LOTS19&20 BLK1 cate will be sold to the June, 2009. you in the Circuit Court NO
he property is as fol- Parcel ID# highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD in the First Judicial Cir- SUI
lows: 04-3N-23-1844-0001 BC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- cult in and for
Certificate # 1324 of -0190 Opening Bid: Room at the Okaloosa CUIT COURTS Okaloosa County, Flor- NO
2007 Assessed to: 0196,386 County Courthouse By Lisa L. Gua, D.C. ida and you arere- GIV
PRICE, DONALD H & 1686 of said property be- Crestview, Florida at 0624/09 2quired' to serve a coy nal
DEBORAH 17 ing in the County of 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/01/09 of your written de- ga
Description: BEG 217 .2 Okaloosa, State of Flor- August 7, 200907/08/09 senses, if any, to: dat
SE COR OF NE1/4 OF ida. .7DadAOrN fRh PULaTif n.
.SE. SR.. FT 4 O Unless the certificate is Dated this 19th day of07/5/09Attorney for PlatifNo.
DEG W278.22 FT S76 redeemed according to June, 2009. 100699 660-A N. Ferdon Blvd. the
DEG W312. 8 FT law, the property de- DON W. HOWARD Crestview, FL 32536 cult
W262.26 FT" N427.86 scribed in the certifi- F" -rp APPIC^-^ on or before. July 8, cu
SN cate w b d to te b CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF APPLICA- 2009 and file the origi-
FT N30 DEG E307.5 highest bidder in the CUlT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED nl ,,,ith the Clerk f Flor
FT E636.E18 FT S2317 BCC' Board Meeting By: Lisa L. Gua, D.C. Case # 2009 TD thisCourt at the HO
F TOBG "40/13 Room at the Okaloosa TDA. Can s Okaloosa County is
EX PART SOLD County Courthouse 06/24/9 000152 C Courthouse, Crestview, SH
Parcel ID# Crestview Florida at 07/01/09 Florida either before A/K
08-3N-22-0000-0001- Cetew Fo rida 07/08/09 Notice is hereby given service on Plaintiff's. at- PLE
0210 Opening Bid: 1000 a.m. on Friday, 07/15/09 that Gulf Group Hold- torney or mmedate PLE
$13,606.44 A s 7, ings, as, holder of the thereafter, or a default UN
All of said property be- Dated this 19th day of Legal #100697 following certificate, will be entered against CLA
ing in the County of une 2009.Legal has filed saidcertificate you for the relie TH
Okaloosa, State of Flor- June 2009 NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- handed in the Cornm- AN
ida. DONW HOWARD TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- plaint or Petition HE
Unless the certificate is CLERK OF THE CR- tificate number and VID
redeemed according to CUIT COURTS TDA Case #: 2009 TD year of issuance, the DON W. HOWARD AN"
law, the property de- By: Lisa L. Guia D.C. 000149 C name in which the CLERK OF COURT KN(
scribed in the certifi- By: Usa L. Guia, D. property is assessed By: Kitty Sims OR
cate will be sold to the 06/24/09 Notice is hereby given and the description of Deputy Clerk SAI
highest bidder in the 07/01/09 that Gulf Group Hold- the property is as fol- TIE
BCC Board Meeting 07/08/09 ings, as holder of the lows: 6/3/2009 INT
Room at the Okaloosa following certificate, Certificate # 3395 of 6/10/2009 SP(
County Courthouse, 07/24/09 has filed said certificate 2007 Assessed to: 6/17/2009 VIS
Crestview, Florida at. for a Tax Deed to be is- ISLAND RIVER REALTY 6/24/2009 OR
10:00 a.m. on Friday, Legal #100694 sued thereon. The cer- LLC AN
August 7, 2009. tificate number and Description: COM NW- fen
NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the COR 4884 FT TO POB LEGAL#120235 the
Dated this 19th day of TION FOR TAX DEED name in which the S258 FT E660 FT N258 bid
June, 2009. property is assessed FT W660 FT TO POB IN THE CIRCUIT CRI
TDA Case #: 2009 TD .and the description of Parcel ID#: COURT-OF THE FR(
DON W. HOWARD 000145 S the property is as fol- 36-3N-25-0000-0007- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- FR(
.CLERK OF THE CIR- lows: 015A Opening Bid: CUIT OK
CUIT COURTS Notice is hereby given-Certificate # 2045 of $1,219.08 IN AND FOR CO
By; Lisa L. Guia, D.C. that Gulf Group Hold- 2007 Assessed to: All of said property be- OKALOOSA COUNTY, 11:(
06/24/09 ings, as holder of the KENNETH L CAMP- ing in the County of FLORIDA of
07/01/09 following certificate, BELL Okaloosa, State of Flor- CIVIL ACTION CASE low
07/08/09. has filed said certificate Description: BEG 510 ida. NO:2007CA005330C erty
07/15/09 for a Tax Deed to be is- FT S & 760 FT W OF Unless the certificate is DIVISION FILE Fin,
sued thereon. The cer- NE COR OF SE1/4 OF redeemed according to NO:F07047260 LOT
Legal #100691 tificate number and SE1/4 W100 FT S1138 law, the property de- FIR
year of issuance, the FT SE 'ALG RR105 scribed in the certifi- THI
NOTICE OF APPLICA- name in which the N1170 TO BEG SECS cate will-be sold to the,WELLS FARGO BANK, ADI
TION FOR TAX DEED property is assessed 15 & 22 LOT 8 BLK highest bidder in the NA, ING
and the description of 50PP 2ND ADD BCC Board Meeting Plaintiff, THI
TDA Case #: 2009 TD the property is as fol- 876/748 Room at the Okaloosa CO
000142 C, lows: Parcel ID#: County Courthouse, BO8
Certificate # 1488 of 15-3N-23-0000-0073- Crestview, Florida at vs. THI
Notice is hereby given 2007 Assessed to: 0280 Opening Bid: 10:00 a.m. on Friday, CLI
that Gulf Group Hold- HELEN NETTLES $20,130,17 August 7,2009. CO
ings, as holder of the Description: SYLVANIA All of said property be- ROBERT G. SHIFFLER CO
following certificate, HTS S/D LOT 8 BLK 8 ing in the County of Dated this 19th day of A/K/A ROBERT G.
has filed said certificate LESS THE N43.5 FT Okaloosa, State of Flor- June, 2009. SHIFFLER III, et al, A/K
for a Tax Deed to be is- THEREOF A/K/A BEG ida. Defendantss. PAF
sued thereon. The cer- 50 FT N OF NE COR Unless the certificate is DON W. HOWARD VIE
tificate number and LOT 9 BLK 5 N 106.5 redeemed according to CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
year of issuance, the FT E75 FT TO POB law, the property de- CUIT COURTS SURE SALE Any
name in which the Parcel ID#: scribed in the certifi- By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. inte
property is assessed 09-2S-24-244A-0008- cate will be sold to the 06/24/09 NOTICE IS HEREBY fror
and the description of 0080 Opening Bid: highest bidder in the 07/01/09 GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- othE
the property is as fol- $1,857.25 BCC Board Meeting 07/08/09 nal Judgment of Mort- owr
lows: All of said property be- Room at the Okaloosa 07/15/09 .gage Foreclosure the
Certificate # 2640 of ing, in the County of County Courthouse, dated June 05, 2009 file
2007 Assessed to: Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, Florida at LEGAL # 120230 and entered in Case (60)
GERALD MCCRANEY ida. 10:00 a.m. on Friday, No. 2007 CA 005330 C WIT
Description: MORRIS Unless the certificate is August 7, 2009. IN THE CIRCUIT of the Circuit Court of and
ADDITION TO CREST- -redeemed according to the FIRST Judicial Cir- Coi
VIEW LOT 54&BLK 11 law, ,the property de- Dated this 19th day of COURT OF THE FIRST cuit in and 'for
Parcel ID#: scribed in the certifi- June, 2009. AND FOR ICIAL CRCUIT IN OKALOOSA County, Don
21-3N-23-1670-0011- cate will be sold to the AND FOR OKALOOSA Florida wherein WELLS Cle
0540 Opening Bid: highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA FARGO BANK, NA, is Coi
$1,977.80 BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- CASE NO. 09-CA-2340 the Plaintiff and ROB-
All Of said property ber Room at the Okaloosa CUIT COURTS ANNETTE CREEL and ERT G. SHIFFLER By:'
ing in the County of County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. STEVE CREEL and A/K/A ROBERT De
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, Florida at 06/24/09 Plaintiffs SHIFFLER I; JEN -
ida. 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/01/09 Plaintiffs, FER L SHIFFLER; are Floi
Unless the certificate is August 7, 2009. 07/08/09 the Defendants, I will Grc
redeemed according to 07/15/09 vs. sell to the highest and RpO.
law, the property de- Dated this 19th day of MAGGIE L. THOMP- best bidder for cash at Tam
scribed in the certifi- June, 2009. Legal #100697 SON a/k/a MAGGIE FRONT OF CLERK'VEW: N 336
cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD Lg # 9N akaMPAGN FRONT OF CLERK'S
highest bidder in the CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF APPLICA- dLEIGH THOMPSand h FRONT DOOR OF THE IMP
BCC Board Meeting CUIT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED deceasknown heirs, deseeun- OKALOOSA COUNTY In
Room at the Okaloosa By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. known heirs, devisees, COURTHOUSE at Am
County Courthouse, 06/24/09 TDA Case #: 2009 TD creditors an aan other 11oAM, on the 7 da bilit
Crestview, Florida at 07/01/09 000162 C redtos canda by of July 2009, the fob- wlt
10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/08/09 parties claiming by, lowing described prop- ing
August 7,2009. 07/15/09 Notice is hereby given ainsthh, undr erty as set forth in said dati
-- ----that Gulf Group Hold- LFORD JR., knownFal Judgment this
Dated this 19th day of Legal #100695 ings, as holder of the heir of Maggie LOT 12, BLOCK C, con
June, 2009. following certificate, Thompson; EDWARD CORDING TO THE Leerat
DONW WHOWARD NOTICE OF APPLICA- has filed said certificate ALFORD, known hair of PLAT THEREOF AS Cre
CLER OFTHE CIR- TON FOR TAX DEED or a Tax Deed tobe Magie L Thompson; RECORDED F IN PLAT 32
CUIT COURTS TDA Case #: 2009 TD tificate number ad know heir of Maggie BHOEOK PAU REC OF
By: Lisa L. Gula, D.C. 000146S year of issuance, the L Thompson; ggeTHE PUBLIC REC- 689
07/01/09 Notice is hereby given property is assessed e COUNTY FLORIDA ceO S
07/08/09 that Gulf Group Hold and the description f and DAVID ALFORD, a A/K/A 5940 MEADOW (8
07/15/09 wings, as holder of the the property is as fol- deceased person and LANE N, CRESTV0IEW, IM
--- following certificate, lows... known heir of Maggie FL 32539 In
Legal #100692 has filed said certificate Certificate # 1182 of L Thompson, and his c Am
for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007iAssesse unknown heirs, devi- Any person claiming an bili
NOTICE OF APPLICA- sued theron. The car-'LEONARD L RC sees grantees, as- interest in the surplus witl
TION FOR TAX DEED tificate number and Descrption: COM signs, creditors, and from the sale, if any, Wg
TD Ce 2 year Of issuance, the TOR P N FT T any other parties claim- other than the property dati
TDA Case #: 2009 TD namert in which the TO OB N539 FT TO ing by through, under owner as of the date of this
. 00143C property is assessed CREEK NELYn ALG of against David Alford;' the Lis Pendens must con
d en.and the description of CREEK ,400 S728 FT SYLVIA JONES, known file a claim within sixty trati
Notice is hereby gven the property is as fol- W350 FT TO ProB heir of David Alford; (60) days after the sale Par1
that Gulf Group Hold- lows: Parcel ID#: DAVID ALFORD, JR., WITNESS MY HAND 325
ings, as holder of the Certificate # 2004 of 06-2N-24-00000-007-., known heir of David and the seal of this bar
foIlowing certificate, 2007 Assessed to: 0020 Opening Bid: Alford; LINDA EMAN- Court on June 5, 2009. price
has filed said certificate JAMES E EASON $1,554.91 UEL, Known heir of Da-
for a Tax Deed to be is- Description: BEG 1495 All of said property be- vid Alford; DONALD- DonW Howard Clerk 6/1
sued thereon. The cer- FT E & 150 FT S OF ing' in the County of ALFORD, known heir of of the Circuit 6/2
tificate number and NW COR OF SE S75.Okaloosa, State of Flor- David Alford; WILLARD Court 6/2
year of issuance, the FT W115 FT N75 FT ida.. ALFORD, known heir of
name in which the E115 FT TO BEG Unless the certificate is David Alford; LISA By:Vickie Jatkson LE(
property is assessed 814/945 redeemed according to BROOKS. known heir n,,..,,,


and the description of Parcel ID#: law, tne property de- ofDavid Alford; and py
the property is as fol- 15-2S-25-0000-0107- scribed in the certifi- BRUCE ALFORD, Florida Default Law
lows: 0000 Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the known heir of David Group,L. FI
Certificate # 2636 of $17,811.57 highest bidder in the Alford;
2007 Assessed to: All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting Tam. Box 25018
MRS WILL & ASHLEY ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa NOTICE OF ACTION Tampa, Florida
MCCRANEY Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, 336225018
Description: MORRIS ida. CrestvieW, Florida at TO: MAGGIE L. IMPORTANT Cl
ADDITION TO CREST- Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Friday, THOMPSON a/k/a In accordance with the Ni
VIEW LOTS 15 TO 19 redeemed according to August 7, 2009. MAGGIE LEIGH Americans with Disa-.
INC BLK 6 law, the property de- THOMPSON and DA- bilties Act, persons
Parcel ID#: scribed in the certifi- Dated this 19th day of VID ALFORD, de- ith disabilitiesp needrsons
21-3N-23-1670-0006- cate will be sold to the June,2009. ceased, and their un- ing special accomo- TDE
0150 Opening Bid: highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD known heirs, devisees, dtion o pecaatccommo TIO
$6,147.58 BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- grantees, assigns, sorote inicipate ishou
All of said property be- Room at the Okaloosa CUlT COURTS creditors, and any contact Court Adminis- TRL
ing in the County of County Courthouse, By: LisaL.Guia, D.C. their parties claiming contact Cou at 101 James
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, Florida at 06/24/09 by, through, under or Lee Boulevard East,
ida. 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/01/09 against them; and DA- Crestview FL vs.
Unless the certificate is August 7, 2009. 07/08/09 D ALFORD, JR., a 32536-3515; telephone
redeemed according .to 07/15/09 known natural person,


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


, ber l t8 ; ,
0-5000, Extension
7, prior to the pro-
ding. or Shalimar
0) 651-7497
ORTANT
accordance with the
ericans with Disa-
ies Act, persons
h disabilities need-
special accommo-
on to participate in
proceeding should
tact Court Adminis-
on at 1250 N. Eglin
kway, Shalimar, 'FL,
79; telephone num-
(850) 651-7497,
or to the proceeding.
7/2009
4/2009

GAL#120236
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
RST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
KALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
VIL ACTION CASE
NO:
6-2008-CA-1601C
ILE NO:F08021583

ASE HOME Fl-
NCE LLC,
Plaintiff,


AYNA STAPLES
/A -SHAYNA C. STA-
-S, et al,
Defendant(s).

TICE OF FORECLO-
RE SALE
TICE IS HEREBY
EN pursuant to a Fi-
Judgment of Mort-
ae Foreclosure
ed June 05, 2009
I entered in Case
46-2008-CA-1601
of the Circuit Court of
FIRST Judicial Cir-
t in and for
ALOOSA County,
rida wherein CHASE
ME FINANCE LLC,
the Plaintiff and
AYNA STAPLES
/A SHAYNA C. STA-
ES; NIKOLAS STA-
ES; ANY AND ALL
KNOWN PARTIES
AIMING BY,
ROUGH, UNDER,
D AGAINST THE
REIN NAMED INDI-
UAL DEFEND-
T(S) WHO ARE NOT
OWN TO BE DEAD
ALIVE, WHETHER
D UNKNOWN PAR-
S MAY CLAIM AN
EREST AS
HOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
EES, GRANTEES,
OTHER CLAIM-
TS; are the De-
dants, I will sell to
highest and best
der for cash at
ESTVIEW: IN
ONT OF CLERK'S
ONT DOOR OF THE
ALOOSA COUNTY
URTHOUSE at
00AM, on the 7 day
July, 2009, the fol-
ing described prop-
, as set forth in said
al Judgment:
T 18, BLOCK 5,
ST ADDITION TO
E JACK KENNEDY
EDITION, ACCORD-
S'TO THE PLAT
EREOF AS RE-
RDED IN PLAT
OK 2, PAGE 104, IN
E OFFICE OF THE
ERK OF CIRCUIT
URT, OKALOOSA
UNTY, FLORIDA.
/A 1198 TEXAS
RKWAY, CREST-
W, FL 32536
' person claiming an
rest in the surplus
m the sale, if any,
er than the property
ner as of the date,of
Lis Pendens must
a claim within sixty
) days after the sale.
TNESS MY HAND
I the seal of this
urt on June 5, 2009.
n W. Howard
rk of the Circuit
urt
Vickie Jackson
puty Clerk
rida Default Law
oup, RL.
.Box 25018
npa, Florida
622-5018
'ORTANT
accordance with the
ericans with Disa-
ties Act, persons
h disabilities need-
special accommo-
on to participate in
proceeding should
itact Court Adminis-
ion at 101 James
' Boulevard East,
istview, FL,
a36-3515; telephone
nber (850)
1-5000, Extension
p7, prior to the pro-
ding. or Shalimar
0) 651-7497
ORTANT
accordance with the
ericans with Disa-
ies Act, persons
h disabilities need-
special accommo-
ion to participate in
proceeding should
itact Court Adminis-
ion at 1250 N. Eglin
kway, Shalimar, FL,
79; telephone num-
(850) 651-7497,
Ir to the proceeding.
7/2009
4/2009

GAL#120240
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
RST JUDICIAL CIR-,
CUIT
IN AND FOR


KALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
VIL ACTION CASE
O:2007CA003666C
DIVISION FILE
NO:F07026465
UTSCHE BANK NA-
)NAL TRUST COM-
NY FKA BANKERS
UST,
Plaintiff,


~COBERT uIJDER-
WOOD, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated June 08, 2009
and entered in Case
No. 2007 CA 003666 C
of the Circuit Court of
the FIRST Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein DEUT-
SCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY FKA BANKERS
TRUST, is the Plaintiff
and ROBERT UNDER-
WOOD; JEANNINE
MCDONALD; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INCORPO-
RATED, AS NOMINEE
FOR GMAC MORT-
GAGE, LLC; are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
CRESTVIEW: IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 30 da
of July, 2009, the for-
Inwina described oroo-


THE VI; '.T LIIE OF 4
PRIVATE ROAD (66
FOOT RIGHT OF WAY)
THENCE NORTH 00
DEGREES 00 MIN-
UTES 30- SECONDS
WEST 256 FEET
ALONG SAID RIGHT
OF WAY TO THE POB.
TOGETHER WITH A
MOBILE HOME LO-
CATED THEREON AS
A FIXTURE AND AP-
PURTENANCE
THERETO WITH SE-
RIAL NUMBER
14902551.
A/K/A 1150 REEVES
ROAD, BAKER, FL
32531
Any person'claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on June 9, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Vickie Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law


:-i e?,' rg ,:.r Shali, i ar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
6/17/2009
6/24/2009

LEGAL#120243
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:2006-CA-3827-C
DIVISION FILE
NO:F06015659
BRANCH BANKING
AND TRUST COM-
PANY,
Plaintiff,
vs.


erty as set forth in said Group, RL. CINDY EDMONDS, et
Final Judgment: RO. Box 25018 al,
LOT 22, BLOCK A, Tampa, Florida Defendant(s).
PARK PLACE V, AC- 33622-5018
CORDING TO PLAT NOTICE OF FORECLO-
THEREOF ON FILE IN IMPORTANT SURE SALE
PLAT BOOK 14, PAGE In accordance with the
29, IN THE OFFICE OF Americans with Disa- NOTICE IS HEREBY
THE CLERK OF abilities Act, persons GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
COURT, OKALOOSA with disabilities need- nal Judgment of Mort-
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ing special accommo- gage Poreclosure
dation to participate in dated June 08, 2009
A/K/A 143 NICOLE this proceeding should and entered in Case
LANE, CRESTVIEW, FL contact Court Adminis- No. 2006-CA-3827-C of
32539 tration at 101 'James the Circuit Court of the
Lee Boulevard East, FIRST Judicial Circuit
Any person claiming an Crestview, FL, in and for OKALOOSA
interest in the surplus 32536-3515; telephone County, Florida
from the sale, if any, number (850) wherein BRANCH
other than the property 689-5000, Extension BANKING AND TRUST
owner as of the date of 7497, prior to the pro- COMPANY, is the
the Lis Pendens must ceeding. or Shalimar Plaintiff and CINDY
file a claim within sixty (850) 651-7497 EDMONDS; PAMELA
(60) days after the sale. CLINE HEGERTY; are
WITNESS MY' HAND IMPORTANT the Defendants, I will
and the seal of this In accordance with the sell to the highest and
Court on June 9, 2009. Americans with Disa- best bidder for cash at
abilities Act, persons CRESTVIEW: IN
Don W. Howard with disabilities need- FRONT OF CLERK'S
Clerk of the, Circuit ing special accommo- FRONT DOOR OF THE
Court dation to participate in OKALOOSA COUNTY
this proceeding should COURTHOUSE at
By:Vickie Jackson contact Court Adminis- 11:00AM, on the 8 day
Deputy Clerk tration at 1250 N. Eglin of July, 2009, the fol-
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, lowing described prop-
Florida Default Law 32579;. telephone num- erty as set forth in said
Group, RL. ber (850) 651-7497, Final Judgment:
RO. Box 25018 prior to the proceeding. LOT 10, BLOCK B, CO-
Tampa, Florida RONADO VILLAGE
33622-5018 6/17/2009 PHASE III ACCORDING
6/24/2009 TO THE PLAT
IMPORTANT THEREOF AS RE-
In accordance with the CORDED- IN PLAT
Americans with Disa- LEGAL#120242 BOOK 16, PAGE 71,
abilities Act, persons OF THE PUBLIC REC-
with disabilities' need- IN THE CIRCUIT ORDS OF OKALOOSA
ing special accommo- COURT OF THE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
dation to participate in FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
this proceeding should CUIT A/K/A 4781 Coronado
contact Court Adminis- IN AND FOR Circle, Crestview, FL
tration at 101 James OKALOOSA COUNTY, 32539-5718
Lee Boulevard East, FLORIDA
Crestview, FL, CIVIL ACTION CASE Any person claiming an
32536-3515; telephone NO:2007CA003214S interest in the surplus
number (850) DIVISION: FILE from the sale, if any,
689-5000, Extension NO:F07023306 other than the property
7497, prior to the pro- owner as of the date of
ceeding. or Shalimar TAYLOR, BEAN AND the Lis Pendens must
(850) 651-7497 WHITAKER MORT- file a claim within sixty
GAGE CORPORATION, (60) days after the sale.
IMPORTANT Plaintiff, WITNESS MY HAND
In accordance with the and the. seal -of' this
Americans with Disa- vs. Court on June 9, 2009.
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need- MARK B HENDON Don W. Howard
ing special accommo- A/K/A MARCUS B HEN- Clerk .of the Circuit
nation to participate in DON, et al, Court
this proceeding should Defendant(s).
contact Court Adminis- By:Vickie Jackson
tration at 1250 N. Eglin NOTICE OF FORECLO- Deputy Clerk
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, SURE SALE
32579; telephone num- Florida Default Law
ber (850) 651-7497, NOTICE IS HEREBY Group, RL.
prior to the proceeding. GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- RO. Box 25018
nal Judgment of Mort- Tampa, Florida
6/17/2009 gage Foreclosure 33622-5018
6/24/2009 dated June 08, 2009
and entered in Case IMPORTANT
No. 2007 CA 003214 S In accordance with the
LEGAL#120241 of the Circuit Court of Americans with Disa-
the FIRST Judicial Cir- abilities Act, persons
IN THE CIRCUIT cuit in and for with disabilities need-
COURT OF THE OKALOOSA County, ing special accommo-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Florida wherein TAY- dation to participate in
CUIT LOR, BEAN AND WHIT- this proceeding should
IN AND FOR AKER MORTGAGE contact Court Adminis-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, CORPORATION, is the tration at 101 James
FLORIDA Plaintiff and MARK B Lee Boulevard East,
CIVIL ACTION CASE HENDON A/K/A MAR- Crestview, FL,
NO: 2007CA3426S DI- CUS B HENDON; 32536-3515; telephone
VISION FILE WENDY A. HENDON; number (850)
NO-F07024752 FIRST HORIZON 689-5000, Extension
HOME LOAN CORPO- 7497, prior to the pro-
GMAC MORTGAGE RATION; are the De- ceeding. or Shalimar
LLC fendants, I'will sell to (850) 651-7497
Plaintiff, the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN IMPORTANT
vs. FRONT OF CLERK'S In accordance with the,
FRONT DOOR OF Americans with Disa-
DIANA L. HILL, et al, SHALIMAR ANNEX at abilities Act, persons
Defendant(s). 11:00AM, on the 8 day with disabilities need-
of July, 2009, the fol- ing special accommo-
NOTICE OF FORECLO- lowing described prop- dation to participate in
SURE SALE erty as set forth in said this proceeding should
Final Judgment: contact Court Adminis-
NOTICE AS HEREBY LOT 12, BLOCK H, tration at 1250 N. Eglin
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ROCKY BAYOU ES- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
nal Judgment of Mort- TATES, UNIT NO. 3 32579; telephone num-
gage Foreclosure ACCORDING TO THE ber (850) 651-7497,
dated June 08, 2009 PLAT THEREOF AS prior to the proceeding.
and .entered in Case RECORDED IN PLAT
No. 2007-CA-3426-S of BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 27, 6/17/2009
the Circuit Court of the OF THE PUBLIC REC- 6/24/2009
FIRST Judicial Circuit WORDS OF OKALOOSA
in and for OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. LEGAL#120244
County, Florida
wherein GMAC MORT- A/K/A 122 WILDER
GAGE, LLC, is the STREET, NICEVILLE, IN THE CI RCUIT
Plaintiff and DIANA L. FL 32578 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
HILL; are the Defend- CUlT
ants, I will sell to the Any person claiming an IN AND FOR
highest and best bid- interest in the surplus INKALOO R
der for cash at IN from the sale, if any, OKALOOSACOUNTY,
FRONT OF CLERK'S other than the property FLORIDA
FRONT DOOR OF owner as of the date of CIVIL ACTION CASE
SHALIMAR ANNEX at the Lis Pendens must NO:2007CA003137S
11:00AM, on the 8 day file a claim within sixty DIVISION: FILE
of July, 2009,- the fol- (60) days after the sale. NO:F07019447
lowing described prop- WITNESS MY HAND W NGTON Fl-
erty as set forth in said and the seal of this WILMINGTON F-
Final Judgment: Court on June 9, 2009. NANCE INC.,
COMMENCING AT Plaintiff,
THE NE CORNER-OF Don W. Howard
THE WEST 1/2 OF THE Clerk of the Circuit vs.
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF Court WENDY D RIGGS
SECTION 12, TOWN- F/K/A WENDY D.
SHIP 3 NORTH, By: Vickie Jackson WN 0
RANGE 25 WEST, Deputy Clerk GILMORE, et al,
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Defendant(s).
FLORIDA; THENCE Florida Default LawNOTICE OF FORECLO-
NORTH 89 DEGREES Group, RL SURE OF FORECLO-
20 MINUTES 05 SEC- PRO. Box 25018 SURE SALE
ONDS WEST ALONG Tampa, Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY
THE NORTH LINE 33622-5018 GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
THEREOF A DIS- nal Judgment of Mort-
TANCE OF 396.00 IMPORTANT age ofor
FEET TO THE POB; In accordance with the- gage Foreclosure
THENCE CONTINUE Americans with Disa- dated June 08, 2009
NORTH 89 DEGREES abilities Act, persons and entered in Case
20 MINUTES 05 SEC- with disabilities need- No. 2007CA003137rcuit Court of
ONDS WEST 17040 ing special accommo- of the Circuit Court of
FEET; THENCE nation to participate in the FIRST Judicial Cir-
02 MINUTES 04 SEC- contact Court Adminis- OKALOOSA County,
ONDS EAST 256.00 ration at 101 James GTFlorida wherein WIL-ANCE
FEET; THENCE Lee Boulevard East MINGTON FINANCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES Crestview, FL' INC., is the Plaintiff and
20 MINUTES 05 SEC- 32536-3515; telephone WENDY D. RIGGS.
ONDS EAST 170.28 number (s50) GILMORE- DANNY
FEET TO A POINT ON 689-5000, Extension NOEL R ANT
SNOEL RIGGS TENANT


7497, prior to e pro-







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-- I '.U '*'U '' 1*4:'' -) Y It: lU I


ClasIqsifieds'


Wednesday, June 24, 2009


I1 TENJAIIT '2 are
the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 8 day
of July, 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop--
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 10, BLOCK B,
BENT TREE, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 17, PAGE 60,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 957 JOHN
WAYNE CIRCLE, FT
WALTON BEACH, FL
32547
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the, sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on June 9, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Vickie Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.


VS.
GREGORY STEVEN
ROTHWELL, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
GREGORY STEVEN
ROTHWELL
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 3 3 4
STRAWBRIDGE DRIVE
CRESTVIEW, FL
32539
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


RO. Box 25018 YOU ARE NOTIFIED
Tampa, Florida that an action to fore-
33622-5018 close a mortgage on
the following property
IMPORTANT in OKALOOSA County,
In accordance with the Florida.
Americans with Disa- LOT 16, BLOCK A,
abilities Act, persons WINDING CREEK ES-
with disabilities need- TATES, PHASE IV, AC-
ing special accommo- CORDING TO PLAT
dation to participate in THEREOF ON FILE IN
this proceeding should PLAT BOOK 20,
contact Court Adminis, PAGES 84 AND 85, IN
tration at 101 James THE OFFICE OF THE
Lee Boulevard East, CLERK OF CIRCUIT
Crestview, FL, COURT, OKALOOSA
32536-3515; telephone COUNTY FLORIDA.
number, (850)
689-5000, Extension has been filed against
7497, prior to the pro- you and you are re-
ce ding. or Shalimar quired to serve a copy
(850) 651-7497 of your written' de-
fenses, if any, on or
IMPORTANT before July 27, 2009
In accordance with the on Florida Default Law
Americans with Disa- Group, PL., Plaintiff's
abilities Act, persons attorney, whose 'ad-
with disabilities need- dress is 9119 Corpo-
ing special accommo- rate Lake Drive, Suite
dation to participate in 300, Tampa, Florida
this proceeding should 33634,, and file the orig-.
contact Court Adminis- final with this Court ei-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin their before service on
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Plaintiff's attorney or
32579; telephone num- immediately thereafter;
ber (850) 651-7497, otherwise a default will
prior to the proceeding. be entered against you
for the relief demanded
6/17/2009 in the Complaint or pe-
6/24/2009 tition.
_This notice shall be
published once each
LEGAL#120245 week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
IN THE CIRCUIT view News Bulletin. .
COURT OF THE WITNESS my hand and
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- the seal of this Court
CUlT, IN AND FOR on this 10 day of June,
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 2009.
FLORIDA, CASE NO:
09CP617 Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
EUGENE J. SIMMONS, By: Beth McDonald
Deceased. As Deputy Clerk
NOTICE TO CREDI- Florida "Dbfault Law
TORS Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
The administration of Tampa, Florida
thel estate of EUGENE 33622-5018
J. SIMMONS, de-
ceased, is pending in .IMPORTANT
the Circuit Court for' In accordance with the
Okaloosa County, Flor- Americans with Disabil-
ida, Probate Division, cities Act, persons with
the address of which is disabilities needing
1250 North Eglin Park- special accommoda-
way, Okaloosa County tion to participate in
Courthouse Annex, this proceeding should
Shalimar, I Florida contact Court Adminis-
32579. The names and tration at 101 James
addresses of the Per- Lee Boulevard East,
sonal Representative Crestview, FL,
and of the Personal 32536-3515; telephone
Representative's attor- number (850)
ney are set forth below. 689-5000, Extension
All creditors of the de- 7497, prior to the pro-
cedent arid other 'per- ceeding, or Shalimar
sons' having claims or (850) 651-7497
demands against
decedent's estate, in- IMPORTANT
cluding unmatured, In accordance with the
contingent or unliqui- Americans with Disabil-
dated claims, on whom cities Act, persons with
a copy of this notice is disabilities needing
served, must file their special accommoda-
claims with this Court ,tion to participate in
WITHIN THE LATER, this proceeding should
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER contact Court Adminis-
THE DATE OF FIRST tration at 1250 N. Eglin
PUBLICATION OF Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
THIS NOTICE OR 30 32579; telephone. num-
DAYS AFTER THE ber',(850) 651-7497,
DATE OF SERVICE OF prior to the proceeding.
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.. 6/24/2009
All other creditors of 7/1/2009
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate, in- LEGAL#120247
eluding unmatured, INTHECIRCUIT
contingent, or unliqui- INTHECIRCUIT
dated claims, must file COURT, FIRST JUDI-
their claims with the CIAL CIRCUIT OF
Court WITHIN 3 THE STATE OF FLOR-
MONTHS AFTER THE IDA, IN AND FOR
DATE OF THE FIRST OKALOOSA COUNTY
'PUBLICATION OF CASE NO. 08-CA-4230
THIS NOTICE. ALL
CLAIMS AND OBJEC- PEOPLES FIRST COM-
TIONS NOT SO FILED MUNITY BANK,
WILL BE FOREVER Plaintiff,
BARRED.
vs.
MICHAEL G.. ,.
SIMMONS Personal SAID C.
Representative 1807 GIVIANPOUR, a/k/a
SE Cutter Lane Van- CHARLES S.
cover, Washington GONVCE P U R
GIVIANPOUR, and
The date of the first KELLY PLANTATION
publication of this no- OWNERS ASSOCIA-
tice is June 24, 2009. TION, INC.
Defendants.
MICHAEL A. JONES,
ESQ. POST OFFICE NOTICE OF SALE
BOX 947 NICEVILLE,
FL 32588-0947 NOTICE is hereby
(850)729-7440 Florida given pursuant to a Fi-
Bar No. 332471 Attor- nal Judgment of Fore-
ney for Personal Repre- closure dated May 26,
sentative 2009, entered in Case
Number 08-CA-4230 of
6/24/2009 the Circuit Court of the
7/1/2009 First Judicial Circuit in
_and for Okaloosa
County, Florida,
LEGAL#120246 wherein PEOPLES
FIRST COMMUNITY
IN THE CIRCUIT BANK is the Plaintiff
COURT OF THE and SAID C.
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- GIVIANPOUR, a/k/a
CUIT CHARLES S.
IN AND FOR G IVIAN POU R,
OKALOOSA COUNTY, CONCETTA S.
FLORIDA GIVIANPOUR, and
CIVIL ACTION CASE KELLY PLANTATION
NO:46-2009-CA-00 OWNERS ASSOCIA-
2865 FILE TION, INC. are the De-
NO:F09046553 fendants, I will sell to
the highest bidder for
WELLS FARGO BANK, cash at the Front Door
NA, of the Clerk's Office,


Okaloosa County 689'.5000W E.i.E,-,.,n:, .,iu.-i.:I Cr.-ujii ,r, .nr,.J iri .. oi,,.:.r, I.:. I.:'r, week for two consecu-
Courthouse Annex, 7497, prior to the pro- for OKALOOSA close a mortgage on tive weeks in the Crest-
1250 N. Eglin Parkway, ceeding. or Shalimar County, Florida the following property view News Bulletin.
Suite B-110, Shalimar, (850) 651-7497 wherein THE BANK OF in OKALOOSA County, WITNESS my hand and
Okaloosa County, Flor- NEW YORK, AS IN- Florida: the seal of this Court
ida, at 11:00 a.m. Cen- IMPORTANT DENTURED TRUSTEE, LOT 27, ETRETAT, A on this 15 day of June,
tral Time, on the 15 day In accordance with the FOR THE BENEFIT OF FRENCH VILLAGE, 2009.
of July, 2009, the fol- Americans with Disa- THE CWABS, INC, LESS AND EXCEPT
lowing described prop- abilities Act, persons ASSE T- B A C K E D THE NORTH 5 FEET
erty situated in with disabilities need- NOTES, SERIES OF LOT 27, ACCORD- Don W. Howard
Okaloosa County, Flor- ing special accommo- 2007-SEA1, is the ING TO THE PLAT Clerk of the Court
.ida, and set forth in the dation to participate in Plaintiff and ROGER R. THEREOF AS RE-
Order or Final Judg- this proceeding should BRUNSON; are the CORDED IN PLAT By:Anita Cantrall
ment, to-wit: contact Court Adminis- Defendants, I will sell to BOOK 10, PAGE 6, OF As Deputy Clerk
Lot 12, Block J, KELLY tration at 1250 N. Eglin the highest and best THE PUBLIC REC-
PLANTATION PHASE Parkway, Shalimar, FL, bidder for cash at IN ORDS OF OKALOOSA Florida Default Law
II, according to the Plat 32579; telephone num- FRONT OF .CLERK'S COUNTY, FLORIDA. Group, RL.
thereof as recorded in ber (850) 651-7497, FRONT DOOR OF RO. Box 25018
Plat Book 15, Page(s) prior to the proceeding. SHALIMAR ANNEX at has been filed against Tampa, Florida
59-60, of the Public 11:00AM, on the 14 day you and you are re- 33622-5018
Records of Okaloosa 6/24/2009 of July, 2009, the fol- quired to serve a copy
County, Florida. 7/1/2009 lowing described prop- of your written de- IMPORTANT
In accordance with the erty as set forth in said fenses, if any, on or In accordance with the
Americans With Disa- Final Judgment: before July 30, 2009 Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, Persons LEGAL#120249 BEGIN AT THE on Florida Default Law abilities Act, persons
needing a special ac- SOUTHWEST COR- Group, RL., Plaintiff's with disabilities need-
commodation to partic- IN THE CIRCUIT NER OF LOT 52, attorney, whose ad- ing special accommo-
ipate in this proceeding COURT OF THE BLOCK D, CALHOUN'S dress is 9119 Corpo- dation to participate in
should contact the CFIRSTJUDICIALRCIR SECOND REVISION, rate Lake Drive, Suite this proceeding should
Court Administrator's CUILT DESTIN, FLORIDA,. 300, Tampa, Florida contact Court Adminis-
Office no later than IN AND FOR PROCEED NORTH 50 33634, and file the orig- tration at 101 James
seven (7) days prior to OKALOOSA COUNTY DEGREES 21 MIN- final with this Court el- Lee Boulevard East,
the proceeding at 1250 FLORIDA UTES EAST ALONG their before service on Crestview, FL,
N. Eglin Parkway, Suite CIVIL ACTION CASE THE SOUTH LINE OF Plaintiff's attorney or 32536-3515; telephone
B-110; Shalimar, Flor- NO:46-2008-CA-0039 LOT 52, 100.00 FEET, immediately thereafter; number (850)
ida; Telephone: 46-83 FIE -9 THENCE NORTH 39 otherwise a default will 689-5000, Extension
( 8 5 0) 6 5 1 7 4 9 7 ; NOFn8058477 DEGREES 39 MIN- be entered against you 7497, prior to the pro-
1-800-955-8771 (TDD); UTES WEST, 120.00 for the relief demanded ceeding. or Shalimar
or 1-800-955-8770 (v), FEET ALONG THE in the Complaint or pe- (850) 651-7497
via Florida Relay Serv- WASHINGTON, MU- EAST PROPERTY tuition.
ice. BK LINE, THENCE SOUTH This notice shall be IMPORTANT
TUAL BANK, 50 DEGREES 21 published once each In accordance with the
Any Person claiming an Plaintiff, MINUTES WEST week for two consecu- Americans with Disa-
interest in the surplus 100.00 FEET PARAL- tive weeks in the Crest- abilities Act, persons
from the sale, if any, et LEL TO THE SOUTH view News Bulletin. with disabilities need-
other than the property BRADLEY M. FENN, et LINE OF LOT 52, WITNESS my hand and ing special accommo-
owner as of the date of Defendant r THENCE SOUTH 39 the seal of this Court dation to participate in
the lis pendens must Defenant(s). DEGREES 39 MIN- on this 15 day of June, this proceeding should
file a claim within 60 NOTICE OF RE UTES EAST 120.00 2009. contact Court Adminis-
days after the sale. S NOTICE FORE- FEET ALONG THE tration at 1250 N. Eglin
WITNESS my hand and CLOSURE SALE WEST PROPERTY Don W. Howard Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
the official seal of this LINE TO THE POINT Clerk of the Court 32579; telephone num-
Honorable Court, on NOTICE IS HEREBY OF BEGINNING. THIS ber (850) 651-7497,
this 10 dy of June, GIVEN pursuant to an PROPERTY IS FUR- By: Anita Cantrall prior to the proceeding.
2009. OTHER DESCRIBED AS As Deputy Clerk
Order Rescheduling BEING THE SOUTH- 6/24/2009
Don W. Howard Foreclosure Sale dated EAST 120.00 FEET OF Florida Default Law 7/1/2009
Clerk of the Circuit June 10, 2009 and en- LOT 52, CALHOUN'S Group, L.
Court, Okaloosa termed in Case NO. SECOND REVISION RO. Box 25018
County t46-2008-CA-0039t of AS RECORDED IN Tampa, Florida. LEGAL#120253
the Circuit Court of the PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 33622-5018
By: Vicki Jackson FIRST Judicial Circuit 43A, OF THE PUBLIC IN THE CIRCUIT
Deputy Clerk n antd for oriKALOOSA RECORDS OF IMPORTANT COURT OF THE
County, WAS FloridaNGTON OKALOOSA COUNTY, In accordance with the FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Sherri Denton Mallory, wherein WASHINGTON FLORIDA. Americans with Disa- CUIT
Esq. MALLORY & M- UTUAL BANKRADL, is the abilities Act, persons IN AND FOR
LLORY Post Office Box r-M. FENN; ROBBE A/K/A 314 CALHOUN with. disabilities need- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
17 Panama City, Flor- ENN; are De AVENUE, DESTIN, FL ing special accommo- FLORIDA
ida 32402 fendants, will sell to 32541 nation to participate in CIVIL ACTION CASE
the highest and best this proceeding should NO:2007-CA-3152-C
Saeid C. Givianpour bidder for cash at Any person claiming an contact Court Adminis- FILE NO:F07019166
a/k/a Charles S. SHAIMAR: Ica FRONT interest in the surplus tration at 101 James
Giviapour Concetta S.SH OF CLERK'S FRONT from the sale, if any, Lee Boulevard East, GMAC MORTGAGE,
Givianpour 1969 Rocky DOOF CLERK'S FRO SHALIMA other than the property Crestview, FL, LLC,
Brook Drive Birming- ANNEXatF :00AMon owner as of the date 32536-3515; telephone Plaintiff,
ham, Al 35243 the 14 day of July, of the Lis Pendens number (850)
2004 the fI dy o-d must file a claim within, 689-5000, Extension vs.
6/24/2009 2009, the following as set sixty (60) days after the 7497, prior to the pro- JONATHAN E.
7/1/2009 sforibth in propertyaid Final Judg sale. ceeding. or, Shalimar BAGGETT, et al,
meforthn said Final Judg-nWITNESS MY HAND (850) 651-7497 .Defendant(s).
* ment: .and the seal of this
LEGAL#120248 LOT 28D, DIAMOND and the seal of this
LEGAL#120248 LAKES, A Court on June 12, IMPORTANT NOTICE OF RE-
TOWNHOUSE DEVEL- 2009. In accordance with the SCHEDULED FORE-
IN THE CIRCUIT O EN ACCORD-Do r Americans with Disa- CLOSURE SALE
COURT OF THE OPMENT, ACCORD- Don W. Howard abilities Act, persons
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ING TO THE PLAT Clerk. of the Circuit with disabilities need- NOTICE IS HEREBY
CUlT CORDED IN PLAT Court ing special accommo- GIVEN pursuant to an
IN.AND FOR CORDED IN PLAT dation to participate in Order Rescheduling
OKALOOSA COUNTY 3, OF THE PUBLIC 1 By:Vickie Jackson this proceeding should Foreclosure 'Sale dated
FLORIDA 3, OF THE PUBLIC Deputy Clerk contact Court Adminis- June 10, 2009 and en-
CIVIL ACTION CASE OKALOOSA COUNTYFlorida tration at 1250 N. Eglin tered in Case NO.
NO46-2008-CA-1735S LOOSA COUNT Florida Default Law Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 2007-CA-3152-C of the
FILE NO:F08023283 FLORIDA.Group, P.L. 32579; telephone num- Circuit Court of the
SA/K/A 4217 JADE PO. Box 25018 ber (850) 651-7497, FIRST Judicial Circuit-
CHASE HOME F- A/K/ALOOP, DESTIN F Tampa, Florida prior to the proceeding.. in and for OKALOOSA
NANCE LLC, LOO DE32541 STIN, FL 33622-5018 6/24/2009 County, Florida
Plaintiff, ..6/24/2009 wherein GMAC MORT-
An person claiming an IMPORTANT 7/1/2009 GAGE, LLC, is the
Any person claiming an In accordance with the Plaintiff and JONA-
vs. interest in the surplusAmericans with Disa- THAN E. BAGGETT;
from the sale, if any, abilities Act, persons LEGAL#120252 JAMIE M. BAGGETT;
CHRISTY PALANJIAN other than the property with disabilities need- are theAL120252 Defndants, I
A/K/A CHRISTY V. the Lis Pendens must ing special accommo- will sell to the highest
PALANJIAN, et at, e -.i ns nation to participate in THE CIRCUIT and best bidder for
Defendants) file aclaim withnsixty this proceeding should COURTOFTHE and best bidder for
WITNESS, MY HAND contact Court Adminis- FIRST JUDICIAL IR- cash at CRESTVEW:
- NOTICE OF RE- WITNESS, t HAND tration at 101 James CUlT INCLE FRONT OF THE
'SCHEDULED FORE- and the seal of this Lee Boulevard East, INAND FOR CLERK'S FRONT
CLOSURE SALE Court on June 12, Crestview,' FL, FLORIDA OKALOOSA COUNTY
2009. 32536-3515; telephone FLORIDA OKALOOSA COUNTY
NOTICE IS HEREBY number (850)32536-3515; telephone CIVIL ACTION CASE COURTHOUSE at
NOTICE IS HEREBY Don W. Howard number (850) NO:6-00 0 11:OOAMonthe 21 day
GIVEN pursuant to an Clerk of te circuit 689-5000, Extension NO:462009-CA-002 of August, 2009, the fol-
Order Rescheduling C of the Circuit 7497, prior to the pro- 995 FILE of August, 2009, the fol-cribed prop-
Foreclosure Sale dated ceeding. or Shalimar NO:Fe9036255 lowing described prop-
June 10, 2009 and n- By:Vickie Jackson (850)651-7497 1 FR VLE
tered in Case NO.By:Viclee Jackson WELLS FARGO BANK, Final Judgment:
46-2008-CA-1735 S o Deputy Clerk IMPORTANT NA, LOT 18, DEER VALLEY
46-2008-CAircuit735 of IMPORTANT Plaintiff ESTATES ACCORDING
the Circuit Court of the Default Law In accordance with the aiTO THE PLAT
FIRST Judicial Circuit Florida Default Law Americaris with Disa- THEREOF ON FILE IN
in and for OKALOOSA Group, 2501. abilities Act, persons vs PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE
County, Florida RO. Box 25018 with disabilities need-rs PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE
weCounty, C d Tampa Florida with disabilities need- 85 IN THE OFFICE OF
wherein CHASE HOME 33622-501p ing special accommo- MALCOLM j, 85, IN THE OFFICE OF
FINANCE LLC, is the 33622-5018. dation to participate in BROMHAM metal THE CLERK OF CIR-
Plaintiff and CHRISTY MPORTAT this proceeding should Defendant(s). AKALOOSA COUNTY,
PALANJIAN A/K/A IMPORTANT contact Court Admiis- FLORDA C
CHRISTY V. In accordance with the traction at Court1250 N. Eglin NOTICE OF ACTION FLORIDA.
P A L A N J I A N ; Americans wth Disa- Parkway, Shalimar, FL, A/K/A 5811 ANTLER
JPMORGAN CHASE abilities Act, persons 32579 telephone m TO: A/K/A 5811 ANTLER
BANK, N.A.; UNITED with disabilities need- b32579; (850 651-7497 MALCOLM j. WAY, CRESTVIEW, FL
BANKN.A.; UNITEDinA ber (850) 651-7497M O32536M
STATES OF AMERICA; ing special accommo- prior totheproceeding.' BROMHAM 32536
are the Defendants, I nation to. participate in LAST KNOWN AD-
will sell to the highest this proceeding should 6/24/2009 DRESS: 152 COUN- Any person claiming an
and best .bidder for contact Court Adminis- 7/1/2009TRY CLUB DRIVE W interesting the surplus
andn best0nmA.qbidderfor7/1/2009 ,-,1from the sale, if any,


cash at IN FRONT OF a" , "' u ',
CLERK'S FRONT Lee Boulevard East,
DOOR OF SHALIMAR Crestview, FL,
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on 32536-3515; telephone
the 14 day of July, number (850)
2009, the following de- 689-5000, Extension
scribed property as set 7497,. prior to the pro-
forth in said Final Judg- feeding. or1-77 Shalimar
ment: (50) 651-7497
LOT 28, BLOCK 21,
10TH ADDITION IMPORTANT
ELLIOTL S POINT, AC- In accordance with the
CORDING TO THE Americans with Disa-
PLAT THEREOF, RE- bilitie' Act, persons
CORDED IN PLAT with disabilities need-
BOOK 2, PAGE 110. nag special accommo-
SAID PLAT COR- dation to participate in
RECTED BY INSTRU- this proceeding should
MENT RECORDED IN contact Court Adminis-
OFFICIAL RECORDS tration at 1250 N. Eglin
BOOK 109, PAGES Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
123-125, OF THE PUB- 32579; telephone num-
LIC RECORDS OF ber (850) 651-7497,
OKALOOSA COUNTY, prior to the proceeding.
FLORIDA 6/24/2009

A/K/A 129 FERRY 7/1/2009
ROAD, FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 325480000 LEGAL#120250
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus IN THE CIRCUIT
from the sale, if any, COURT OF THE
other than the property FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
owner as of. the date CUIlT
of the Lis Pendens IN AND FOR
must file a claim within OKALOOSA COUNTY,
sixty (60) days after the FLORIDA SE
sale. CIVIL ACTION CASE
WITNESS MY HAND NO: 2007CA005621S
and the seal of this FILE NO:F07053656
Court on Jund 12,
2009. THE BANK OF NEW
YORK, AS INDEN-
Don W. Howard TURED TRUSTEE, FOR
Clerk of the Circuit THE BENEFIT OF THE
Court CWABS, INC,
ASSET-BACKED
By:Vickie Jackson NOTES, SERIES
Deputy Clerk 2007-SEA1,
Plaintiff,


Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)


ROGER R. BRUNSON,
et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
June 10, 2009 and en-
tered in Case NO. 2007
CA 005621 S of the Cir-
cuit Court of the FIRST


LEGAL#120251
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:
46-2008-CA-006999
FILE NO: F08109468
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION AS
TRUSTEE FOR CFLX
2006-2 (CHASEFLEX
MULTI-CLASS MORT-'
G A' G E
PASS-THROUGH CER-
TIFICATES SERIES
2006-2),
Plaintiff,

vs.
KATHLEEN D. JONES ,
et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
HOWARD BARFIELD
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 52 Rue
Dhonfleur
Destin, FI 325410000
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


DESTIN, FL 32541Oi
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN ,
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING U 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 15, BLOCK J, IN-
DIAN BAYOU UNIT IV,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 7, PAGES 98.
AND 99, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS 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 July 30, 2009
on Florida Default Law
Group, PL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each


other than the property
owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens
must file a claim within
sixty (60) days after the
sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on June 12,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clark of the Circuit
Court
By:Vickie Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
RO.. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
6/24/2009
7/1/2009

LEGAL#120255
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE
NO:09-CP-614


,. l1 0.' 3'6 ,,... ,.. .1. O ... 'I
IrJ RE E'STTE OF
EARL EDWARD 6/24/2009
HOOPER 7/1/2009
Deceased. 7/8/2009
7/15/2009
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of LEGAL#120258
the estate of EARL ED-
WARD HOOPER de- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
ceased, File Number TION FOR TAX DEED
09-CP-614 is pending
in the Circuit Court for TDA Case #: 2009 TD
Okaloosa County, Flor- 000164C
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is Notice is hereby given
101 E. James Lee that Gulf 'Group Hold-
Blvd., Crestview, Flor- wings, as holder of the
ida 32536. The names following certificate,
and address of the per- has filed said certificate
sonal representatives for a Tax Deed to be is-
and the personal repre- sued thereon. The cer-
sentatives' attorney are tificate number and
set forth below. year of issuance, the
All creditors of the de- name in which the
cedent and other per- property is assessed
sons having claims or and the description of
demands against the property is as fol-
edcedent's estate, in- lows:
clouding unmatured, Certificate # 2857 of
clouding unmatured2007 Assessed to:
contingent or unliqui- MARVIN W MARTIN
dated claims, on whom MARVIN W MARTIN
a copy of this notice is Description: BEG 363
served must file their FTSE OF NW COR OF
claims with this court SW1/4 OF NWl/4 E175
WITHIN THE LATER FT S260 FT W175 FT
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER N260 FT TO BEG
THE DATE OF THE Parcel ID#:
FIRST PUBLICATION 25-4N-23-0000-0015-00
OF THIS NOTICE OR 1A Opening Bid:
30 DAYS AFTER THE $1,785.72
DATE OF SERVICE OF All of said property be-
A COPY OF THIS NO- ing in the County of
STICE ON THEMS Okaloosa, State of Flor-
All other creditors of ida.
the decedent and other Unless the certificate is
persons having claims Unless the certificate s
or demands against redeemed according to
decedent's estate, in- law, the property de-
cluding unmatured, scribed in the certifi-
contingent or unliqui- cate will be sold to the
dated claims, must fil highest bidder in the
their claims with this BCC Board Meeting
court WITHIN 3 Room at the Okaloosa
MONTHS AFTER THE County Courthouse,
DATE OF THE FIRST Crestview, Florida at:
PUBLICATION OF 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
THIS NOTICE. August 7, 2009.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SODated this 19th day of
FILED WILL BE FOR- Dated ths 19th d of
EVER BARRED. June, 2009.
The date of the first
publication of this No- DON W. HOWARD
tice is June 24, 2009. CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
Attorney for Personal
Representative: Bill E. By:Lisa L. Guia, Deputy
Parker-FL/bar/no.13445 Cler
PRO. Box 1131 Crest- 6/24/2009
view, FI 32536 6/24/2009
(850)682-4820 7/1/2009
7/8/2009
Personal Representa- 7/15/2009
tive: Dianne Pardue
151 Panama Drive LEGAL#120259
Crestview, FL 32536
6/2?4/2009 NOTICE OF APPLICA-
6/24/2009 TION FOR TAX DEED
7/1/2009
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000165 S
LEGAL#120256
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Notice is hereby given
NOTICE OF AOR TAX DEEPPLICA- that Gulf Group Hold-
TION FOR TAX DEED ings, as holder of the
TD-A Case #: 2009 TD following certificate,
TDA000174 C has filed said certificate
000174 C for a Tax Deed to be is-
Notice is hereby given sued thereon. The cer-
Notice is hereby g tificate number and
that Gulf Group Hold- year of issuance, the
ings, as holder of the year of issuanc the
-following cer name in which the
following certificate, property is assessed
has filed said certificate and the description of
for a Tax Deed to be is- the property is as fol-
sued thereon. The cer- the rows erty is as fol-
tificate number and Celows:rtificate # 223 f
year of issuance, the 2007 AsCassed to:
name in which the CANDY L BEVILLE
property ,is assessed Description: CHATEAU
and the description of PRES DE LA MER LOT
the property is as fo- 14 BLK A MER LOT
lows: Parcel ID#:
Certificate # 1554 of 17-2S-25-0400-000A-01
2007 Assessed to: D 40 Opening Bid:
& B LLC -
&Description: LOT 62 LC $62,696.42
Description: LOT 62 All of said property be-
FT TO SW COR E3185.34 ing in the County of
E153.28FT TO PFTB N315 FT Okaloosa, State of Flor-
WE153.28 FT TO315 FTP ida.
W15328 FTTO PB Unless the certificate is
1 Parcel ID#: redeemed according to
10-2N-24-0000-0002-10 law, the property de-
70' Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi-
All of said property be- cate will be sold to the
Ag i te Couty of highest bidder in the
ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa
Unless the certify County Courthouse,
Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
law, the property de- August7,2009
scribed in the certifi- ust
cate will be sold to the Dated this 19th day of
highest bidder in the June 2009
BCC Board Meeting DONW. HOWARD
Room at the Okaloosa /CLERK OF THE CIR-
County Courthouse, CUlT COURTS
Crestview, Florida at COURTS
10:00 am. on Friday, By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C
August 7, 2009.
6/24/2009
Dated this 19th day of 7/1/2009
June, 2009. 7/8/2009
7/15/2009
DON W. HOWARD 7/15/2009
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS LEGAL#120260
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. NOTICE OF APPLICA-
6/24/2009 TION FOR TAX DEED

7/8/2009 TDA Case #: 2009 TD
7/15/2009 000166 C
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
LEGAL#120257 wings, as holder of the
following certificate,
/NOTICE OF APPCA- has filed said certificate
TION FOR TAX DEED for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD tificate number and
000163 S year of issuance, the
.name in which the
Notice is hereby given property is assessed
that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of
ings, as holder of te the property is as fol-
following certificate, lows'
has filed said certificate Certificate # 1230 of
for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to:
sued thereon. The cer- WILLIAM R MCKELVY
tificate number and Description: MORRIS
year of issuance, the ADD BAKER LOTS 1 -
name in which the 7 & S1/2 LOT 8 & ALL
property is assessed LOT 13 & PART VA-
and the description of CATED ALLEYS &
the property is. as fol- PART N20 FT OF LEE
lows: AVE
Certificate # 2622 of Parcel ID#
2007 Assessed to: 06-3N-24-1660-0003-00
SHEILA & EDMUND 10 Opening Bid:
.ASSON $1,974.33
Description: PARISH All of said property be-
POINTLOT46 ing in the County of
PalrcelO ID#: Okaloosa State of Flor-
21-2S-25-0000-0002-04 ida.
60 Opening Bid: Unless the certificate is
$1,729.57 redeemed according to
All of said property be- law the property de-
ing in the County of scribed in the certifi-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- cate will be sold to the
ida. highest bidder in the
Unless the certificate is BC Board Meeting
redeemed according to Room at the Okaloosa
law, the property de- County Courthouse,
scribed in the certify Crestview, Florida at
cate will be sold to the 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
highest bidder in the August7, 2009
BCC Board Meeting


Room at the Okaloosa Dated this 19th day of
County Courthouse, June 2009.
Crestview, Florida at DON W. HOWARD
10:00 a.m. on Friday, CLERK OF THE CIR-
August 7, 2009. CUlT COURTS
Dated this 19th day of By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
June, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD 6/24/2009
CLERK OF THE CIR- 7/1/2009
CUIT COURTS 7/8/2009
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 7/15/2009


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LEGAL#120261 '0c"ll0,r.,g ceriiiicule,
has filed said certificate
NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is-
TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
TDA Case #: 2009 TD year of issuance, the
000167 C name in which the
property is assessed
Notice is hereby given and the description of
that Gulf Group Hold- the property is as fol-
Ings, as holder of the lows:
following certificate, Certificate # 1676 of
has filed said certificate 2007 Assessed to:
for a Tax Deed to be is- L.M. & EILEEN S. VAN
sued thereon. .The cer- BOXTEL
tificate' number and Description: VALPA-
year of issuance, the RAISO PLAT 1 LOT 22
name in which the BLK 24
property is assessed Parcel ID#:
and the description of 12-1S-23-253A-0024-
the property is as fol- 0202 1
lows: 20 Opening Bid:
Certificate # 2638 of $39,767.73 .
2007 Assessed to: All- of said property be-
XNU P VIAYANET ing in the County of
Description: MORRIS Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ADD CRESTVIEW ida.
LOTS38 & 39 BLK10 Unless the certificate is
Parcel ID#: redeemed according to
21-3N-23-1670-0010-03 law, the property de-
80' Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi-
$2,463.66 cate will be sold to the
All of said property be- highest bidder in the
ing in' the County of BCC Board Meeting
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa
ida. County Courthouse,
Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
law, the property de- August 7,2009.
scribed' in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the Dated this, 19th day of
highest bidder in the June, 2009.
BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD
Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR-
County Courthouse, CUIT COURTS
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Friday, By: Lisa L. Gula, D.C.
August 7, 2009. .
"6/24/2009,
Dated this 19th day of 7/1/2009
June, 2009. 7/8/2009
DON W. HOWARD 7/15/2009
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS LEGAL#120266
-By: Lisa'L. Guia, D.C NOTICE OF APPLiCA-
6/TION FOR TAX DEED
6/24/2009
7/1/2009 TDA Case #: 2009 TD
' 7/8/2009 000173 S
7/15/2009 '.
,- --.... Notice is hereby given
LEGAL#120262 that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
NOTICE OF APPLICA- following certificate,
TION FOR TAX DEED has filed said, certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD sued thereon. The cer-
000168C ... tificate number, and
v' year of issuance, the
Notice is hereby given name in 'which the
that Gulf Group Hold- property is assessed
ings, as holder of the and the description of
following certificate, the property is as fol-
has filed said certificate lows:
for a Tax Deed to be is- Certificate # 227 of
sued thereon.. The car- 2007 Assessed to:
tificate number and SCHWEIZER &
year of issuance, the SCHWEIZER LTD PTR
name in which the Description: GREEN-
property is assessed. REEF T/H PHASE II
and the description of UNIT 13 D.'r
the 'property is as fol- Parcel ID#:
lows: 00-?S-22-1076-0000-01
Certificate # 2426 of 30 Opening Bid:
2007 Assessed to: $28,104.24
BERRY E COSSON All of said property be-
Description: COM SW ing in the County of
COR N824 FT S77 Okaloosa, State of Flor-
DEG E1911.25 FT N4 ida.
DEG E450.93 FT N68 Unless the certificate is
DEG ,W656.8 FT TO 'redeemed according to
POB N68 DEG W125 law, the property de-
FT N4 DEG W240 FT scribed in the certifi-
E250.6 FT- S70 FT cate will be sold to the
W122 FT N215.3 FT TO highest bidder in' the
POB BCC Board' Meeting
Parcel ID#: Room at Ihe Ol, aloosa
18-3N-22-0000-0001-AO County Counnouse,
20 Opening Bid: Crestview, Florida at
$1,451.17 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
All of said pr:,perrv be- August 7, 2009.
ing in the Cou,', ol
Okaloosa, Siait. oi Fic.r.. Dated ir.,.i lin day *of
ida:0 June, 2009
Unless the certificate is DON W. HOWARD
redeemed according to CLERK OF THE CIR-
Slaw, the property .c- CUIT COURTS
soxibed 'in TIe ceni '
cate will be sold to the By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
Highest, bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting 6/24/2009
Room at the Okaloosa 7/1/2009
County Courthouse, 7/8/2009
Crestview, Florida at 7/15/2009
10:00 a.m. on Friday,
August 7, 2009. LEGALS#120263
Dated this 19th day of NOTICE OF APPLICA-
June, 2009. TION FOR TAX DEED
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK ,OF THE CIR- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
CUIT COURTS 000169 C


By: Usa L. Guia, D.C.
6/24/2009
7/1/2009
7/8/2009
7/15/2009
LEGAL#120264.
NOTICE OF APPLICA
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 T
000171 S
Notice is hereby give
that Gulf Group Holi
ings, as holder of th
following certificate
has filed said certifica
for a Tax Deed to be i
sued thereon. The ce
tificate number an
year of issuance, th
name in which th
property is assess
and the description
the property is as fo
rows:
Certificate # 1480
2007 Assessed S to
MARSBY &ESSI
TRIBUNE, JR
Description: SYLArI'
HTS S/D LOT 7 BLK 3
Parcel IDi
09-2S-24-244A-0003-
07 Opening Bid
$1,881.40
All of said property be
ing in the 'Countyo
Okaloosa, State of Flo
ida.
Unless the certificate
redeemed according
law, the property de
scribed in the certi
cate will be sold to th
highest bidder in th
BCC Board Meetin
Room 'at the Okaloos
County Courthbus
Crestview, Florida
10:00 a.m. on Frida
August 7, 2009.
Dated this 19th day
Jund, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
. CLERK OF THE CIF
CUIT COURTS/
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C..
,6/24/2009
7/1/2009
7/8/2009
7/15/2009
LEGAL#120265
NOTICE OF APPLICA
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 T
000172 S
Notice is hereby give
that Gulf Group Hol
ings, as holder of th


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Cr'7~ - estvekeNds ht682-8oeIskirting, front porch. No -
wpets. Ref./ 1 mo & DD 7190
3230 Applyanytime. EOE Crestview- Quiet well- modeled duplex3 br, req536428/ $550 mo. Call
Crestview maintained 2 br, 1 ba, 1 ba CH&A, W/D hkup taor537-6428/ e-mail: Coastal Georgia Bank
MUTIFAM InstallMaint/Repa total electric 585-6985 $57/mo, $450dd. C tjtaylor027@yahoo.com Ordered Sale 1+ Acre
M LlLOcean Access $29,900
YARD SALE! Custodian Crestview Small 1 BR 683-5759 'f, f, (888)982-8952 x 5192
Sat. June 27, 812,3164 For local church In Duplex dep. & lease Iwww.oceanaccess299.
Haskell Langley Rd. Baker area, 8-25 hrs req., no pets 652-B Fr Sale b 200 com
(Hwy 85 N. to Garden per week, $8.00/hr. Re- Brock Ave. $375. mo r
Call978-6305. OwnEnglewood, FL beach Covington County, AL
City Baptist Church liable mature persons, C -5948 Meadow Lane 3/2/1 house and brand new Only 70 miles from the
intake a right third house call '537-9221 Cre ew- 2 BR, 1 Brick house w/fireplace. 3BR/2BA luxury beach beach, but away from
on right.) 8:00-4:00.Mon. -Thurs. $550. mo $550. dep no/Move in ready. $8000 tax condos for rent. See hurricanes. This 2125
.Crestview pets Call 850-398-5757 credit for 1st tire Englewoodbeach sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2
Yard Sale "Othe' or 850-420-1517 homebuyer. Flat screen house.com. w/o July 4 bath house is situated
Sat. June 27, 7am-?, Myte Crestview Bent Creek TV or one room of new available. Contact Lee on 12 acres. Great floor
4870 Orlmar St.(in Mystery Apts II Vouchers Ac- furniture with sell of Hollis (913)385-5400 or plan and is available
Foxwood Edition). Shoppers capted. Rental assis- house. Qualifies for Rural leehollis@hollislawfirm. completely furnished,
Boys', clothes, toys, Earn up to $100/ day. stance may beavail. 1 & Loan Program which fi- com including some farm
misc. Undercover shoppers 2 BR HC & non-HC ac- nuances 102%. $115,000 equip, for $300,000 or
Crestview needed to judge retail cessible apts, 209 Bent means payment around. unfurnished for
rd Sale & dining estab. Np exp. Creek Rd. Crestview, $720 .50-243-2172 or .. $270,000. All furniture
Yard Sa Fee req'd 877-358-6239 FL. Call 850 682-5563, Buy Grandmommys is in excellent condi-
Thur. & Fri. June Web ID #27859448 TDD/TTY 711. Equal House.com ) tion. Has a horse barn
25&26, 8am-?, 248 S Housing Opportunity -- with garage and fenced
Bracewell St. SalesH O L *:3E; 1 property for horses.
SomQthing for every- Crestview The pastures have
one 'W Brookmeade .Viiias i T O piped water supply.
1Appt. I apartment Just 3 miles from shop-
SCould you use $500 to available now. for the REAL AE FR SE but country living
E $1000 exttaincOme per elderly handicapped & Janet Johnson 7100- Homes at its best. For ino con-
month? Please ca~ll disabled.- 102 Noble R7105 Open Houses tact: 334-427-0417 or
Nf Sandy 1-800-859-1522 Circle, Crestview, FL- Realty, Inc. 7105-Open Houses tact: 334-427-0417 or
7110 Beach Home/ 334-804-3116
32539. Call Equal Housing Property -
Laurel Hill St. Mark United Meth- 850-689-2272. o portunitn '7120- Commercial Head for the Smoky
ESTATE SALE odist Church-Crestview TDD/TTY 711 Equal -o nty 7130 Condo/ownhouse Mountains 2 night/3
3500 Highway 85 is seeking a part-time Housing Opportunity 682-1800 7140 Farms & Ranches day stay only $99
South, Laurel Hill, FL organist for 'Sunday 7150 Lots and Acreage Home sites starting @
32567. Sunday, 28 morning worship and Crestview & Apart- Baker 7160Mobile Homes $29900 Paved roads
Juri 2009. 8:00-2:00, Wednesday choir re- ment 7170- waterrontr, sewer&
Hwy 85 North, be- hearsal plus some sp- 6127 Wis Way 71- Invesmet water, se r & club-
tween Laurel Hill and cial occasions and sea- Now acceptingaplica- 3 br, 2.5 ba; $1050 Property' house
7190- Out-of-Town www.ocoeemouritain
Floral sonal events. Organist tions for 1 & 2 BRHC & Crestview 7 Real Estate c I U b c m
End of an era...house will work closely with non-HC accessible 118 Hampton, 7200-Timeshare (866)228-6147
full pf furniture, music director and apartments for the eld- 2 br, 1.5 ba; $550
choir to ensure a .cohe- early and the disabled. 3089 Cosson Cr,/ *
Niceville sive musical program Rental assistance may 3 br, 2 ba; $595 -
Multi Family designed to guide con-. be available..Call 226 Runnymeade Dr, [ 7100
Sa8am gregation in enriched 850-682-5149, ... 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
Siat8sam ? ,worship experience. TDD/TTY 711. 1450 238 Runnymeade Dr,***Free Foreclosure
320 McEwen Dr Call 682-5280 for more Coremo Drive, Crest- 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595 Listings Over
Uknewba ildren information. view, FL. Equal Hous- 4644 Bobolink Way 400,000 properties na
clothes, inenfant and tod- ing Opportunity. 2 br, 2 ba, $625 tionwide. Low Down
dler items, toysadult Twin Hills Learning Cestview Inn. 2464 Kinston Rd Pan00 )6 Call Now
clothes, household Center has an opening Motel $35 d $165 WK, 3 br, 1.5 ba; $650 (800)46-9804.O L
items, tools, yard, & for a part-time em- APT $190 Wk. $575 4 0687 Valley Rd,[Bn
rtems ployee. Call 689-1663 wk.Call 682-4466 2 br,1ba;$650 Bank Owned Prop-8100 -Antique & Collectibles
morioel _ * 206 Virginia St erties Free, Lists 8110 Cars
2 br, 1.5 ba, $650 Cellstate Gulfcoast 8120-SportsUtility Vehicles
216 Virginia St,, Realty 850-472-2500 8130 -Trucks
2 e8140 Vans
br,1.5 b, $650 Commercial
3240 4130 W 6020 Gagnon St, Crestview -- Home 8160- Motorcycle
$ G n0 Weekly Poten-Crestview- Living ,rm,3 br,2 ba; $695 w/10.4 acres. 3BR/2BA 8170- Auto Parts
Gun Show $600 Weekl e575 Pine Ave home on 10.4 acres '& Accessories
tial$$$ Helping the 5ov- bedroom & bath; fully 3 br, 2 ba; $700 w/stocke'd Fish Pond, 8210 Boats
Pensacola ernment PT. No Experr- furnished. Cable; W/D 104CorwnSt Barn & Mature Fruit 8220 Personal Watercraft
Fairgrounds ence. No Selling. Call: excellent neighborhood 2 br, 2.5 ba $725 Trees to include Grae 8230 Sailboats
June27-2 888)23-5225 Ad $550. mo. includes all 2 br, 2.5 b, $725 Trees to include 230-a
June 27-28 od: M utilities. Call 423-0370e 0 5292 Opportunity D Arbors, iPear Trees, 8240 Boat & Marine
neat 95't7 3 br,2 be;795 Pecans, Figs & Blue Supplies
*Sat. 9-5 Hep Wanted N Crestview, Bent Creek 5589Wheeler P berries. Home has new 8310 Aircrat/Aviation.
*Sun.10-4 kDHelp Wantriver Ed. Noeri- Apartments I, Vouchers 3 br, 2 ba; $800 roof, AC .unit inside & 8320 ATVWOffRoad Vehicles
Free Parking ence- No Problem Accepted. Rental assis- 0 2405 Mill Run Dr, out, antiqued hard- 8330 Campers & Trailers
Wil-Trans Will Teach stance may be available. 3 br, 2 ba; $925 wood floors and tile 8340 Motoromes
075 3 You 'How to Drive 1 & 2 BR, HC & nion 3219 Skynight Dr, through out, diles stone
for s s3com pany Sponsored accessible apart- br, 2 be; $995 countertopsinkitchen.
floridagunshows.com CDL'Training. Must be ments. 0 194 Villacrest Dr Great home for famiy
23. (888)368-1205 .209 Bent Creek Road, 3 br, 2 ba;-$995 and animals. Tractor in- ] 8100
23. (888)368-1205 Crestview, FL. Call 0 6107 Old Hickory cluded. Too many
RV deliver drivers 8 5 0 6 8 2 5 5 6 3, 4 br, 2 ba; $1000 amenities to mention. Porsche 911 SC.
3260 neded. Dever RVsi TDD/TTY 711. 'Equal 0 6042 Sand Hill Rd Asking $350,000. Call Targa '82
oats and trucks for Housing Opportunty 4br, 25 be, $1250 Trac @50-974-779 Just under went major
Feeling Anxious About. PAY! Deliver to all 48 *4664Browning t, for more int o overhaul, including
The Future? Buy and states and CN. For de- ~ 4 br, 3 ba;$1395 appointment. ovne rebuild with 0 including
read. Dianetics by L. tails log on to. Commercial Destin miles. New tires, Fuchs
Ron .Hubbard. Price: www.RVdeliveryjobs. 6130 0593 James Lee Blvd,. Destiny West, wheels. Nice classic!
$20.00. Order Now. com Crestview Newly 1600sf, $1200 By Owner $12,500. 850-654-4001
Free Shi ping. www. o Decorated 3br, 2 a ctrichardson@earthlink.net
Call (813)872-0722. ---TH. Good location. Lakeview, Cape Cod Beautiful 2 t th b ry
Call (813)872-0722. .. $900 mo. 850-830-1546 house, 4br, 2ba, FP, stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
Online Pharmacy Buy, etiw carport. $800 NO HUD. 3 bth on Paradise
Soma, Ultram, Fioricet, Cretview- 2 br, 1.5 ba DeFunak Springs Call Isle. 3255' sqft, neigh-
Prozac, Buspar $71.99/ ) TH, $700 mo, $725 dd. 892-4744 I boyhood pool, tennis,
90 $107/180 Quantities, No smoke/pets. Near boyhood pool, tennis, 1999 Pontiac Grand
Price includes prescrip Walker Elem. 240-0890 Bul in 2005. $820,000 AmV-6, 3.4 liter, 161K
tionl, Over 200 Meds Cr estylew- 2br, '1.5 b New Homes ing. Agents welcome. iles $2600. O.B.O.
$25Coupon "Mention ,=I, TH. 103 Hampton. W/D for Rent g n m3
Offer:#91A31. BUSIE hkub, shed. $525 mo+ A Ctn FForeclosed a Home uy
(888)389-0461. 5100- Business dd. Pet w/fee. 682-8463 FoWB Auction Florida State- HPoliae Cioundl0
tri-drugstore.com .'Opporunitles Gated Community wide Auction starts July 97 Honda Civic $400
PHY46040 5110 Money to Land 4 br, 3ba, 2,423sf 11 700+ Homes Must 9 $ H "r things
y $2,175 be sold REDC | Free $500 for listings cal
SGated Community Brochure (800)366-9813 ext 9271
6140 4br, 3ba, 2cg, 2349sf www.Auction.com
3300 4Br 3Ba Foreclosurel $2,050 RE No. CQ1031187 ,.

Bottom Prices." Flexible All Cash VendingI Do Mo!l % down 15 years Last month.rerftplus 8210
Delivery. you earn $800 in a @ 8%' aprBuy, 3 Br Sec. deposit.required 2006 16' ProCraft Bass
25X40 $6,645. .30X50 day? 25' Local Ma- $199/Mol. for listings F W Boat w/90HP Mercury
$9,680. 35X60 $10,550. chines and Candy (800)366-9783 ext 5798 Md-Fri 7-4:864-54.26 Individual wants to motor. Has approx 6-7
40X80 $15,900.. 50X120 $9,995. (888)629-9968 Crestview. 3br,2ba, After Hours: 6990326 nduy hovidua wants to s. nevemotor been inapprox 6-salt
$28900. Accessories BO2000033 Call Us: 2cg $895, mo+dd, 905 investment. Call water, garage kept.
optional, Othersl We will not be under- Pinellas Dr. 3br, 1.5ba" 651-0987 Asking $.15,000. Call
(800)668-5422, Pioneer sold $795 mo+dd, 2917 978-6443 until 4.
Steel Manufacturers, Patche Ave. 217-7344 T 682-4810 after 4
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