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Laurel Hill

mayor

marks

100 days

Campbell:
'I want to
change the
way people
view the city'

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL Ferrin
Campbell Jr. didn't plan to
run for may-
or of Laurel
Hill at this

Almost
100 days
hito his
term as
FERRIN 'mayor of
FERRIN Okaloosa
CAMPBELL JR. County's
smallest
city, he's glad he did.
Campbell marks 10n
days in office on July 9.
Campbell stopped by
the News Bulletin "iffce
last week to reflect on his
first few months in City
Hall.
Crestview News Bul-
letin: July 9 is your 100th
day as mayor of Laurel
Hill. Has it been a fast
100 days or a slow 100
days?
Ferrin Campbell: "I
didn't. even realize it. That
(100 days) didn't even
dawn on me. It's gone
pretty fast. Time flies."
CNB: What are the
accomplishments you are
most proud of from your
first 100 days?
FC: "We were able to
receive our FEMA money
for damage we had to the
water lines and roads at
the end of March.
"We're trying to patch
the holes. The biggest
problem we have in our
little city is the roads are
in terrible shape. I have a
meeting with (State Rep.)
Brad Drake and we're go-
ing to see if there is any
way possible to get some
resurfacing done.
"We've done a lot with
our new city clerk, Harold
Jones. We've changed the
way we do accounting and
the way we spend money.
Now it's only by purchase
order, and we can keep up
with what we spend and
control the budget better
than what we've done....
Harold has made many
accomplishments.
"When I ran for office
and I didn't intend to
run, but I'm glad I did,
because I've enjoyed be-
ing mayor and it's been a
pleasure so far. But when
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Pedestrian struck
by vehicle
A pedestrian was struck
by a northbound pickup
truck on State Road 85 just
north of Stillwell Boulevard
just before the city of Crest-
view fireworks display on
Saturday night.
The pedestrian, James
E. Sanders of Crestview,
was taken by ambulance to
the former Richbourg Mid-
dle School physical educa-
tion field and then taken by
helicopter to Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola, ac-
cording to Crestview Fire
Department Chief Joseph
Traylor.
Sanders was listed in
critical condition Monday at
Sacred Heart, according to
a hospital spokesperson.
The driver of the truck,
Billy J. Harrison, told the
Crestview Police Depart-


ment as he approached
the intersection "he was
startled by a pedestrian who
walked in front of his vehicle.
Harrison said it happened
so quickly that he was un-
able to steer away from him.
Harrison said he 'slammed'
on his brakes but could not
avoid making contact with
the pedestrian."
Harrison told police he
was moving at an "appro-
priate speed" for the large
crowd in the area for the
July 4 fireworks display.
Three witnesses told po-
lice the northbound light on
State Road 85 was green.
Harrison and his grand-
daughter, a passenger in the
vehicle, told police they did
not require medical atten-
tion.
Harrison was issued a
citation for unknowingly
driving with a suspended or
revoked license.


The crash report states
"it was determined P1 (the
pedestrian) was at fault."
Kyle Wright / Crest-
view News Bulletin

City: Avoid Twin Hills
construction area
The city of Crestview
Public Services Depart-
ment, in conjunction with
the city of Crestview Parks
and Recreation Depart-
ment, has begun the con-
struction project of the
"Twin Hills Park Track." For
safety reasons, the public is
asked to avoid the construc-
tion area around the lake
behind the local Northwest
Florida State College cam-
pus during this process.
The city is temporarily
lowering the water level by
two feet on the lake behind
the college. This will assist
in the drainage system im-


provements under Hatha-
way Street from the lake at
Twin Hills to the lake behind
the college.
Crestview News Bul-
letin

'Suspicious bag'
investigated at CVS
The Crestview Police
and Fire Departments re-
sponded to the CVS Phar-
macy at the corner of State
Road 85 and U.S. Highway
90 at 9 p.m. June 30 for what
the employees at the store
called a "suspicious blue
duffel bag."
The Crestview Fire De-
partment set up a perim-
eter around the bag, located
under a large tree on the
State Road 85 entrance. The
scene was secured and peo-
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State Road 85 were closed
briefly as police began to
investigate the bag. Upon
opening the bag, all that
was found were clothes. All
of the belongings in the bag
were collected by the Crest-
view Police Department and
placed into 'found property.'
Chayne Sparagowski
/ Crestview News Bulletin

Two enter Okaloosa
Sheriff's race
A local law enforcement
veteran and a challenger
to Charlie Morris years
ago are the first two candi-
dates in the race for Oka-
loosa County sheriff.
C.P Morales, who lost to
Morris in the 2000 election,
filed candidacy papers last
June 30.
Rick Hord, a road patrol
supervisor who said he's
been "quietly contemplat-
ing" running for sheriff for
several years, followed on
July 1.
Prefiling allows candi-
dates to raise and spend
campaign funds. They still
must officially enter the
race in the November 2010
election by qualifying from
noon June 14 to noon June
18, 2010.
Andrew Gant I Flori-
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Harris to speak at
chamber meeting
The Crestview Area
Chamberof Commerce Gov-
ernmental Issues Commit-
tee has moved its monthly
meeting time to the second
Wednesday of the month at
8 a.m. at the chamber.
Today's speaker will be
District 1 commissioner
Wayne Harris, who also
serves as Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce Ex-
ecutive Director.
All five county commis-
sioners have been invited to
speak at committee meet-
ings.
Crestview News Bul-
letin

Okaloosa to consider
renovations to annex
Plans for Okaloosa Coun-
ty's courts needs have been
in flux since commissioners
earlier this year suspended
work on a new judicial cen-
ter at the Northwest Florida
Fairgrounds.
Heery HLM Design,
which previously was
tasked with designing the
courthouse extension at the
fairgrounds, was directed
in March to study the coun-
ty's options for the existing
courthouse annex in Shali-
mar.
Representatives from
Heery were scheduled to
present their findings at


Tuesday's commissioners'
meeting at the courthouse
in Crestview.
The first alternative is
simply to improve secu-
rity and make at least one
of the courtrooms at the
annex compliant with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act. That is estimated
to cost between $809,500
and $2 million, depending
on the number of court-
rooms renovated and other
smaller improvements.
The second option takes
care of the security and
accessibility issues of the
first alternative, and would
expand several buildings
at the annex to provide ad-
ditional office space. That
is estimated to cost $9.1
million.
The third alternative is
the most dramatic. It would
include demolishing several
buildings and constructing a
new 87,000-square-foot judi-
cial center at the annex. Also
included would be a parking
garage, about 30,000 square
feet of court administration
office space and other reno-
vations. The cost estimate is
$42.3 million.
Dusty Ricketts / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

School/religion
ruling challenged
PENSACOLA Religion's
place in Santa Rosa County
schools is back under the
microscope as one organi-
zation argues a recent court
ruling that prohibits reli-
gious promotion in schools
violates the constitutional
rights of teachers and stu-
dents.
The Liberty Council filed
the motion to intervene July
1 in U.S. District Court in
Pensacola and hopes to get
the ruling on the old case set
aside.
"Our goal is to bring
some sanity to the Santa
Rosa County case because
this consent order is so
broad it eliminates private
speech and private religious
expression, which is uncon-
stitutional," said Mathew
Staver, founder of the Lib-
erty Council.
The original case began
in August 2008 when the
American Civil Liberties
Union sued the school dis-
trict on behalf of two Pace
High School students and
their parents, who said reli-
gion was forced upon them
at school.
Staver said the ruling
strips faculty and students
of rights guaranteed under
the First Amendment. The
organization decided to
file the motion on behalf of
Christian Educators Asso-
ciation International.
Katie Tahmmen / Flori-
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arts group haul in the bucks


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Times are tough and fi-
nances are tight. But just
when a depressed communi-
ty needs the arts to brighten
the lives of its residents and
bring a smile to their faces,
funding for arts programs
- from our schools to com-
munity groups gets even
tighter.
Grant money is still avail-
able to arts organizations, in-
cluding both visual and per-
forming arts. You just have to
know how to beg for it.
The Okaloosa Arts Al-
liance (OAA), the county's


official arts agency, will pres-
ent a grant-writing workshop
on July 22, from 9:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m.
The workshop will be
presented by Susan Kneller,
a retired teacher and active
community volunteer who
has over 20 years experience
as a successful grant writer,
applicant, grant reviewer,
and member of several
grant selection committees,
according to OAA executive
director Amy Baty.
Topics included in the
workshop include research-
ing available grants, writing
grant proposals, develop-
ing project budgets, under-


standing the terminology of
grants, and common mis-
takes to avoid.
The workshop will be held
in Old Valparaiso at the Heri-
tage Museum of Northwest
Florida, 115 Westview Ave.
"A mini-practice writing
session will be included,"
Baty said, allowing attend-
ees to practice their skills
and have them critiqued.
The cost of the grant
workshop is $15 for OAA
members and $45 for non-
members. Seating is limited.
All proceeds will benefit the
OAA. For more information,
contact Baty at 499-8335 or
info@okaloosaarts.org.


County arts alliance organizing committee


Amy Baty
Okaloosa Arts Alliance/ Special
to the Crestview News Bulletin
Are you an artist or in-
terested in the arts (both
fine and/or performing)?
Do you wish there was
a networking organization
to:
Promote art events in
our area?
Connect people work-
ing in the arts?
Offer mentoring to
new groups?
Offer grants and grant
application help for groups
in the arts?
Publicize member
activities?
Make our north
county area more aware of
cultural opportunities?
Northern Okaloosa


County has many out-
standing artists and per-
formers, and many more
who would be interested
in becoming more actively
involved in the arts. Even
more would be interested
in having more cultural
events in our communities.
Does one of these state-
ments describe you? Then
please join us!
The Okaloosa Arts Alli-
ance will hold an organiza-
tional meeting for a north
county committee at the
Bob Sikes Library on July
20, at 6 p.m.
The Okaloosa Arts
Alliance is the official
arts agency for Okaloosa
County and is tasked.by
the County Commission
to distribute state funds
received from "Support the


Arts" license plates. The
OAA acts as a clearing-
house for arts information
and provides a monthly
calendar of events.
The OAA can do much
to promote the arts in our
area, and would like to
establish a committee to
offer these benefits in the
north end of the county.
For more information on
the OAA, go to www.oka-
loosaArts.org
All local artists, arts
instructors, performers
and patrons of the arts are
encouraged to attend this
organizational meeting.
For more information
on the meeting and the
north county committee
of the OAA, please contact
Rae Schwartz at bak-
erny@yahoo.com.


100 DAYS from page A1


I ran for office, I said we
were going to bring Laurel
Hill into the 21st century.
We've been looked upon as
a hillbilly redneck city, and
I intend to change that."

CNB: Is there any-
thing you thought you
would have been able to
accomplish by now that
you have not been able to
accomplish?
FC: "I had experience
(in government) before (as
a county commissioner)
so I was familiar with the
way things work. It is my
first time working under a
charter government. The
county commission is to-
tally different."

CNB: Could you talk a
bit about how things have
been streamlined. Things
seem to be running very
efficiently.


FC: "We've streamlined
our government very well,
but there is always room
for improvement whether
you're in government or
private business. Every-
thing changes as time goes
on, but I am proud of the
accomplishments we've
made in this short time."

CNB: Have you heard
a lot of feedback from
citizens, and what is the
most interesting thing
they have had to say?
FC: "Most people have
said they are proud of the
changes we've made."

CNB: What are the
next big issues for the
city?
FC: "The budget com-
ing up will be the biggest
issue. We've got a 4.84
millage rate on ad valorem
and I would like to see us


reduce that as much as
possible. The city is com-
mitted to all those loans it
took out and we've got to
pay those loans back, but
I would like to reduce the
millage as much as pos-
sible.
"The roads are my main
issue. I want to see if we
can do some resurfacing
of these roads, especially
the main road the school
is on. The two roads by the
school are the ones I want
done first."

CNB: Anything else
you would include in a
"State of the City" mes-
sage?
FC: I'm proud of our
city. Proud to be a part of
it. I want to change the
way people view our city.
We might be a small city,
but we can be a profession-
ally run city."


From Tap Dogs to Camelot:

NWFSC arts season announced


Special to the
Crestview News Bulletin

An impressive array of national tour-
ing shows is scheduled to appear during
the 2009-2010 season at the Northwest
Florida State College college's Mattie
Kelly Fine and Performing Arts Center
in Niceville.
The Broadway package will include
four shows for $165 per package or $45
per individual ticket. A six-show Broad-
way/Artist combo package will be $200,
with $30 individual ticket prices for Art-
ist Series shows.
Season packages will be available
to the public beginning Aug. 24. Season
ticket holders enjoy priority selection of
seating for the season's top shows and
a discount over single ticket prices.
Season tickets will be available by
phone, in-person or by mail only from
the box office. Individual show tickets
go on sale online at www.mattiekel-.
lyartscenter.org on Aug. 28 and via in-
person or phone sales from the box of-
fice window on Aug. 31.

2009-2010 Broadway package
Tap Dogs Nov. 6
The international sensation is back
and ready to leave dents on stages all
across North America. Created by 01-
ivier Award-winning choreographer
Dein Perry, with a construction site set
by designer/director Nigel Triffitt, and
a driving score by composer Andrew
Wilkie, "Tap Dogs" is a rough, tough,
rocking theatrical entertainment.

Camelot Dec. 1
Rediscover the grandeur of one of
history's greatest love stories in Lern-
er and Loewe's timeless masterpiece,
"Camelot." A sumptuous tale set in a
land where honor and chivalry reign,
"Camelot" follows the love triangle
of King Arthur, his Queen Guenevere
and the young Lancelot. With one of
Broadway's most enchanting scores
featuring the hauntingly romantic "If
Ever I Would' Leave You," "I Loved
You Once in Silence," and "Follow Me,"
"Camelot" is the definitive musical the-
atre fable.


Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
ONE BRIEF SHINING MOMENT: The
magic and majesty of the beloved
stage classic "Camelot" is included
in next season's Broadway Series at
Northwest Florida State College.

The Wedding Singer *
Jan. 22, 2010
Travel back to the '80s when pastel
was in, hair was big and the wedding
singer was the coolest guy in the room!
Based on the 1998 hit film starring
Adam Sandier and Drew Barrymore,
"The Wedding Singer" tells the story
of Robbie Hart, New Jersey's favorite
wedding singer. Robbie has a desire
to find the right girl and settle down,
but when he finds her and she leaves
him at the altar, he becomes broken-
hearted and a wedding planner's worst
nightmare.

Le Grand Cirque *
Feb. 17, 2010
Seen by millions of people around
the world, Le Grand Cirque is a jaw-
dropping, visual feast of spectacular
group acrobatics and white-knuckle
stunts that consistently leaves the au-
dience in a state of awe.
Firmly routed in the timeless cir-
cus traditions of Russia, China, and'
Eastern European, the international
company of champion acrobats and
performers has been hand-picked
from around the globe for their death-
defying abilities and precision skill.
Blended with elements of modern and
traditional acts of wonder, Le Grand
Cirque is sure to astound folks of all
ages.


PROCLAMATION from poae Al


need of assistance;
And whereas with no thought
to his own safety U.S. Army Spc.
Christopher Adam White secured
the help of a medic and immediately
climbed to the top of a mountain
and set up communication to bring
in helicopters to move the injured
soldiers;
And whereas Spc. White's
decisive action in responding to the
attack earned him a Bronze Star,
presented in a ceremony at Fort


Campbell;
And whereas Spc. White
is representative of all of the
outstanding men and women of the
United States military, it is altogether
proper for this city to acknowledge
the accomplishments of all those who
serve to help keep our nation safe;
Therefore, I, David Cadle, by the
authority invested in me as Mayor
of the city of Crestview do hereby
declare Friday, July 3, 2009, as
Christopher Adam White Day.


WELCOME from page Al


in Afghanistan last July.
One person in the convoy
died in the attack.
The trucks had traveled
outside of normal radio
range. White had the only
working radio, one he car-
ried with him in the lead
truck of the convoy.
"Initially, when we got
ambushed, our truck took
a couple of RPG's that took
out the person that was
sitting next to me," White
told the Northwest Florida
Daily News.
"At the time I was think-
ing about my training and
what I needed to do to get
our guys to safety."


White called in air sup-
port while taking fire.
I "I guess his training
just kicked in. When his
adrenaline hit and the situ-
ation happened he did what
he was supposed to do:
got the medic and tried to
help," McCormick told the
Daily News. "Then he had
to climb to the top of the
mountain and set up com-
munication so they could
bring in helicopters."
One of the first on the
scene was Lt. Col. David
Ell. The Choctawhatchee
High School graduate as-
sessed damages and, with
White's communication


support, moved the injured
soldiers. Ell was present at
Friday's ceremony.
White was due to return
to Fort Campbell on Mon-
day. The reception he re-
ceived Friday in Crestview
left him "speechless."
"It's really nice to see
the people of Crestview
welcome me so warmly,"
White. "It was a pretty nice
surprise. It's kind of over-
whelming."
See more photos from
Friday's ceremony at
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Arts & Entertainment


Wednesday, July 8, 2009


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Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian
Robert Sikes Public Library

PROGRAMS
"You are an artistic
person let your colors
show."
Like this fortune cook-
ie suggested, children
ages 3 to 8 are going
to let their colors show
during Story Time (3 to
5 year olds) and Sum-
mer Stories (6 to 8 year
olds) today and Thurs-
day! For the "Now You
See It" program, we will
read stories and have
other activities centered
around art, starting at
10:15 a.m. Sign-in begins
at 10 a.m. Next week, on
July 15 and 16, we will
"Ham It Up!" with sto-
ries and activities about
drama!
If you are 12 or
older, play Wii between 2
and 4 p.m. on Fridays.
For children under
the age of 3 and their
caregiver, we'll read sto-


ries and sing songs that
are simply silly during
our next Lap Sit on July
14. Gather in the Story
Room beginning at 10
a.m. We'll start at 10:15
a.m.
Also at 10:15 a.m.
on July 14, children ages
9 and up will meet Mrs.
Becky in the Meeting
Room for their Reader's
Theater rehearsal!
They've had one re-
hearsal for this Reader's
Theater, but it's not too
late to join! A Reader's
Theater is basically a
play, but you don't have
to memorize your lines.
It's perfect for learning
to read with expression
and just makes for better
readers overall!
How's your read-
ing? Don't give up on the
Summer Reading Chal-
lenge! Thirteen days
remain! If you haven't
already, register today at
the bookcase in front of
the Story Room, and pick
up your reading log! For
every day that you read


at least 15 minutes, you
earn a funny money dol-
lar. Then you can spend
your hard-earned cash at
the Funny Money Store,
open after the Summer
Finale on July 28! You
won't want to miss the
Summer Finale either. It
begins at 7 p.m. on July
28. Every reader who
turns in a reading log by
the July 23 deadline will
receive a reading cer-
tificate and their funny
money. We'll watch the
Reader's Theater per-
formance, dance and eat
snow cones!

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just
ask Jean, Sandra, Anna,
Marie, Sengdara, Tracey,
Janice, Audrey, Sharon
or Heather. We will be
happy to assist you.

CONTACT US
In person: 1445 Com-
merce Drive (behind the
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Phone: 682-4432
Web: www.cityofcrest-
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"Yeah," he replied.
"God made 'em sit down
and read the Bible."
"Well, at THAT point,
reading the Bible didn't
take very long."
"No, the Bible's a BIG
book. They got 'em in
church. I see 'em there
all the time."
"What I mean, Max,
is that almost nothing
HAPPENED yet when
they were in the Garden
of Eden, so there was
almost nothing to PUT in
the Bible."
"Maybe in YOUR
church," said Max.
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at least decreasing the
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best control is to improve
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including (1) mowing
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Traffic stops can yield more than tickets


Drug charges sometimes stem from traffic violations


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
A surprisingly large
number of narcotics viola-
tion arrests require rela-
tively little investigative
work.
Frequently, according
to a review of recent arrest
reports, the accused might
do something to attract of-
ficers' attention.
A 20-year-old man was
stopped for driving without
his headlights on. When he
approached the car, "I ob-
served the distinct odor of
marijuana," wrote the ar-
resting officer.
An officer observed a
42-year-old man, straddle
the center line with his ve-
hicle and use his turn sig-
nals improperly. After he
was stopped, "I was able
to smell the odor of mari-
juana coming from (the)
person," said the arresting
officer.
An 18-year-old man
was arrested on cocaine
and marijuana posses-
sion charges when offic-
ers stopped the driver of
the car in which he was a
passenger for window tint
violations and for driving
with a suspended driver's
license.
Police stopped a vehi-


BUSTED!:
Sometimes
a routine
traffic stop
leads to
an arrest
for more
serious
crimes,
such as
narcotics
violations.


cle driven by a 38-year-old
woman, who was known to
have a suspended driver's
license. A search revealed
"a small green metal pipe,
commonly used for smok-
ing crack cocaine."
A 30-year-old suspect
was arrested the same
morning, also on charges
of knowingly operating a
vehicle while his license
was suspended. A search
of his vehicle revealed 14
different kinds of pills, in-
cluding 172 Methodone
tablets, as well as marijua-
na and smoking devices.
After a 25-year-old
man was pulled over for
driving his car without
taillights, an empty beer
can in the console of the
vehicle was found to con-


tain two plastic baggies of
cocaine.
"During a traffic stop,
you find a lot of people
with suspended drivers
licenses and people with
warrants from other agen-
cies," said Lt. Kent Buck-
ner of the Crestview Police
Department. "And there's
the occasional narcotics
arrest to go along with it."
Vigorous enforcement
of traffic regulations yields
more than safer streets
for other motorists, Buck-
ner said.
"Communities that
have active traffic pro-
grams are communities
that don't have a lot of
problems with thefts, bur-
glaries, and other crimes,"
Buckner said.


Water management district:


Area has enough water


Crestview News Bulletin

Water, water everywhere
- and more than enough
to drink, according to the
Northwest Florida Water
Management District.
The area that includes
Okaloosa County, however,
will continue to develop
supply plans and alterna-
tive supply sources.
In a press release titled,
"Northwest Florida has
Enough Water," the dis-
trict states it "has analyzed
water supply for the next
20-year period, as planned,
and found that Northwest
Florida has sufficient sup-
ply to meet all anticipated
demands."
The release says ex-
isting and anticipated
sources will meet the 150
million gallon a day (mgd)
estimated increase while
sustaining water resources
and associated natural sys-
tems.
"Long-term planning
since 1998 has helped the
District develop water re-
sources and alternative
water supply sources and


address concerns about
saltwater intrusion in
coastal wells," said District
Executive .Director Doug-
las E. Barr. "The district
has worked with local com-
munities to ensure public
supplies are sufficient and
safe within all regions."
Regional Water Sup-
ply Plans and alternative
water source develop-
ment will continue in three
coastal regions, including
the region that includes
Okaloosa County. Regional
Water Supply Planning
is conducted where the
Northwest Florida Man-
agement District Govern-
ing Board determines tra-
ditional sources of water
are not adequate to supply
water for all existing fu-
ture reasonable beneficial
uses and to sustain water
resources for natural sys-
tems, according to Division
of Resource Management
Director Ron Bartel.
According to the press
release, total water use in
Northwest Florida is pro-
jected to increase by 43
percent to about 496 mgd


by 2030. Most of the esti-
mated 150 mgd increase
is attributed to a 40 per-
cent projected growth in
the district's population to
nearly 1.9 million people by
2030.
Public supply is the
largest use category, with
demands projected to in-
crease by 95 mgd, or 58
percent (from 164 mgd in
2005 to 258 mgd in 2030).
Water used for com-
mercial, industrial and
institutional purposes is
projected to increase by 25
mgd. Water use for power
generation is anticipated
to increase by 11 mgd. Ag-
riculture, recreation and
domestic self-supply each
are projected to increase
less than 10 mgd.
The Northwest Florida
Water Management Dis-
trict covers the Florida
panhandle from Escambia
County in the west to Jef-
ferson County in the east.
The district is made up of
seven water supply plan-
ning regions. Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa and Walton Coun-
ties make up Region II.


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Opinion


Wednesday, July 8,2009


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

Topic: News Bulletin Reporter Brian Hughes
praises local eateries in a July 1 column.
Loved your column praising Crestview's restaurants.
You are so right. This place has some awesome eateries.
I don't care for chain places at all because it is all the
same and so predictable. Give me Song's, Bamboo, The
Wild Olive, Nellie's or any of the other wonderful choices
any day of the week.

Topic: Crestview Police Department announces
July 4 crackdown on drunken drivers
I am glad CPD is cracking down on this. I want every-
one to have a safe Fourth of July. Please don't drink and
drive, and everyone wear seatbelts.

Topic: Crestview News Bulletin introduces new
online message boards at http://forums.crestviewbul-
letin.com. Here is a sampling of the conversations:
We're considering a story and possibly a series on the
worst roads in north Okaloosa County.
There's certainly no shortage of material.
What do you think are the worst roads in north Okaloo-
sa County? Why do you pick those roads? Can anything
be done to fix them?
If you live on one of these roads and wouldn't mind
being contacted for a story, e-mail the News Bulletin at
kylew@crestviewbulletin.com
Let the (bumpy) ride begin!

Antioch Road is one of the worst roads in North Oka-
loosa County. Part of the road was repaved up to Juniper
Creek, but there is still a stretch of road filled with pot
holes. I know that the Shoal River floods these roads out,
but there has to be a way to get these resolved.
Help!!!

Blake Dean, a 2006 Crestview High School graduate,
recently joined a very exclusive club when he was part of
LSU's NCAA champion baseball team.
Could Dean become the most successful athlete ever
to come out of north Okaloosa County? He's got a while
to go before he can make that claim. My vote for now
- is with Tom Hammonds, a professional athlete in both
basketball and auto racing.
Tell us who you think is the greatest athlete to come
out of north Okaloosa County.

I agree, Tom Hammonds has been one of the greatest
athletes to come from Northwest Florida. I'd also have to
add Danny Wuerffel to the list. Both Tom and Danny have
more than athletic ability. Both are outstanding human
beings as well.

When talking about the greatest athletes to come out
of north Okaloosa County, the discussion should start and
end with Houston McTear.
In all fairness to Tom Hammonds, who had perhaps
the most noteworthy professional career in the NBA, or,
John Bale, who has done well for several years in profes-
sional baseball, they did it over the long haul.
Time will tell whether Blake Dean enjoys the success
in Major League Baseball as Bale or if Brad Reese will
mirror the success of Hammonds.
If you look at raw athletic talent, then there is nobody
close to McTear. Granted, Houston didn't live up to his
high school success, but what he accomplished, (four state
championships each in the 100-yard and 220-yard dashes),
would be enough to put him in the mix. In my opinion, be-
ing co-world record holder in the 100 with a time of nine flat
makes McTear the greatest to come out of these parts.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"We all need challenges. Maybe not

walking to north and south poles, but
it is healthy to walk outside the well-
trodden path."

BORGE OUSLAND
(1962-)
Norwegian explorer; first person to cross Antarctica alone,
January 1997


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PASSING SHOTS


We're touching on controversial topics with a poll


The next elec-
tion is far, far off
on the horizon,
but there's never
a shortage of dis-
cussion-worthy
topics.
Voters in the
www.crestview-
bulletin.com


KYLE W
850-68


online polls in recent
months weighed in on
topics such as conges-
tion on State Road 85,
Barack Obama's first
100 days in office, north
Okaloosa County fire dis-
tricts, May Day security
and more.
As always, remember
these polls are highly un-
scientific, but can spark
useful conversation and
debate.

Question: What
would be the best solu-
tion to alleviate conges-
tion on State Road 85?
Results: Most of the
121 responders (77 of
them, or 64 percent)
want a bypass. Twenty-
one people (17 percent)
suggest three lanes
north and south. Twelve
people (10 percent)
would try some kind of
access management
plan. Seven people (six
percent) say local driv-
ers should go to a bigger
city for a while to see
real congestion. A hand-
ful of folks say we're
stuck with the traffic or
had no opinion.
Analysis: I would
like to run another poll
asking the people who
want a bypass if any of
them are the same ones
who were against the
proposed access man-
agement plan because it
would restrict access to
their businesses. Odds
are, at least a few folks
espouse both positions.
I'm not quite seeing how
a bypass would improve
access to local business-
es. (That's not an original
thought. Several other
readers posted similar
thoughts on the www.
crestviewbulletin.com
Web site).


Question: How
would you rate
President Barack
Obama's first 100
days in office
| Results: About
MRIGHT 60 percent of the
2-6524 responders (58 of
97) give the new
president two thumbs
down. Twenty-four folks
(25 percent) gave two
thumbs up. Eight people
(eight percent) gave a
mixed review. Five peo-
ple said it was too early
to tell.
Analysis: These re-
sults aren't a surprise
as Obama garnered less
than 30 percent of the
county vote in the 2008
election.

Question: Philosophi-
cally speaking (because
there has been no con-
crete proposal), would
you support some kind
of higher tax to support
public schools?
Results: Most re-
sponders (45 of 82, 55
percent) would not. Just
15 people would (18 per-
cent). Twenty-one of the
folks who responded (26
percent) would
want more information
first.
Analysis: People do
not favor more taxes, no
matter what the funds
will support.

Question: Should
all of the north county
fire districts outside
the city of Crestview
become one single fire
district?
Results: A plural-
ity of responders (20
of 54, 37 percent) said
yes, and 16 more (30
percent) say they would
support the idea under
certain circumstances.
Eleven responders (20
percent) don't like the
idea at all.
Analysis: This could
be broken down into
about 1,000 different poll
questions as a combined
district could take about
1,000 different forms. The


counties to the east and
west of Okaloosa have
combined districts in
some form, so it gives
this county a chance
to see what works and
what won't.

Question: The law
enforcement presence
at May Day is ...
Results: We got 78
responses to this ques-
tion, although 10 people
(13 percent) responded
to say they wouldn't
touch that topic with a
10-foot pole and 13 more
(16 percent) admitted
they had never been to
May Day and couldn't
have an informed opin-
ion. Twenty-five people
(32 percent) say the law
enforcement presence
at the annual event is
"just right." The vote
totals for "too much" (14
votes, 18 percent) and
"not enough" (13 votes,
17 percent) were about
even.
Analysis: I fall in the
group that has never
been to a May Day and
therefore can't hold an
informed opinion. It is a
shame that there is still
enough tension on this
issue that a lot of people
don't feel comfortable
even thinking about it.

Question: Several
groups and developers
have requested relief
from the city of Crest-
view's impact fees. The
city should ...
Results: Thirty-two
of 79 responders (41
percent) say the fees
should be eased until the
economy turns around.
Twenty-four responders
(30 percent) say the fees
should be left as they
are. Thirteen folks (16
percent) suggest consid-
ering relief from impact
fees on a case-by-case
basis. And seven people
(nine percent) say the
fees should be raised
even higher.
Analysis: All of the
suggestions are easier
said than done. On one


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of new construction. So
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GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball
July 2
I.. David Smith, Fred
Heiler, David Hinnant, Bob
Zwirblia -I I
2.Jay Parham, Mitch
Parham, David Gansel,Joe
Parham -10
3. Richard Lawson, Steve
Howard, Ron Magruder,
Brian Kamrowski -10
4. Ron Boisjolie,Jesse
Dennis, Don Widmaier, Alan
Parsons, Howard Mitchell -8

Sunday Lowball
July 5
I. Steve Whiddon,Jerry
Maughon, Bo Belanger,
Aaron Odom-13 '
2. Don Kearney,Jesse
Dennis, Don Widmaier, Ron
Boisjolie,TerryTillman -13
3. Darrell Roberts,
Justin McLane,Tom Cook,
Howard Mitchell II
4. Dona Bouchard, Mike
Bouchard, Don Breitbach,
Nancy Breitbach, Dee
Sparkman-8
5. Ethan Holmes,Jeff
Holmes,Archie Perez, David
Hinnant -9

Baker middle
school 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.

City of Crestview
fall sports
Crestview Parks and
Recreation is accepting
signups for football, soccer
and cheerleading.
Children who reach
these age limits before Sept.
I are welcome to sign up:
ages 4-14 for soccer6- II
for football, and 4-12 for
cheerleading.
Your child will be
placed on their teamr
based upon age, previous
year's team or through
the draft, except where
health is a consideration.
The transportation of'
your child to practices
-and games is your
responsibility (no special
requests accepted).
Registration is $60 for
city residents and $65
for those outside the city
limits.
The drafts will be held at
Twin Hills Park on the dates
and times listed below.
Football Drafts:July 16,
Pee Wee 1,6 p.m.;July 17,
Pee Wee 2,6 p.m.
Shoulder pad and helmet
fitting will be done on a
scheduling basis.
Soccer Drafts:July 18,
U6, No draft; U8, 9 a.m.;
U10, 10:45 a.m., U12, 12:15
p.m.; U 15, 1:45 p.m. .
Cheerleading is for
ages 4-12. Uniforms will
be furnished for each
cheerleader.The date
of registrations will
determine the order of
placement.The balance of
registered cheerleaders
will then be placed on
teams until parity has been
reached.
Please call 682-4715
for further details and
information. Parks and Rec
hours are 8 a.m.to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
The Web site is at www.
cityofcrestviewy.org.

Heavy Hitters Camp
Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U baseball
is looking for three or four
more players.There will be
a workout July II at 8:30
a.m. Participants must be 14.
years old after May 1,2010,
for the upcoming 2009-
10 USSSA season. Details:
Melvin at 902-6237 or Greg
at 496-9235.
See BRIEFS B2


Salute to a champion


'Blake Dean Day'

proclaimed at,

CHS alumni game

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

n a scene that has been repeated hundreds,
maybe thousands of times, Crestview base-
ball coach Tim Gillis delivered a pitch to for-
mer Bulldog Blake Dean on Thursday
And with an effortless swing Dean sent the
ball toward the outfield fence.
When all was said and done, Dean had driv-
en 13 pitches from Gillis out of the park, to the
delight of the fans that were in attendance for
the CHS baseball program's annual Alumni-
Varsity baseball game and Home Run Derby. 1
This year's event was made more special by
the appearance of Dean, who was being hon-
ored by the city of Crestview with "Blake Dean
Day" for helping lead the Louisiana State base-
ball team to the College World Series champi-
.onship.
"It feels pretty good," Dean said. "It is kind
of surreal. It feels like it's happening, but it's
really not.
"That's kind of how the last two weeks or
three weeks have been. It's like a blur. It's gone
by so fast, you really d6n't know what hap-
pened." "
Being honored by his hometown was just
more icing on the cake.
"It's. something I would have never envi-
sioned," Dean said. "It's just something that
kind of happened and evolved into what it is
now.
"It's.something I'll always look back on and
See CHAMPION B3


HOT SHOTS: BAKER SUMMER BASKETBALL


Returnees and new players mix during


Baker's summer hoops workouts


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER There will be
somewhat of a new look when
the Baker boys basketball team
takes the floor next season.
The Gators graduated five
seniors. Four of them Josh
Rose, Josh Yost, Stephen Shel-
ley and Cameron Davis were
starters or saw significant play-
ing time.
Baker fans shouldn't be too
concerned. The Gators don't
have tb rebuild this year. In-
stead, they'll reload.
Colton Henry, Chad Donley,
Colten Jernigan and Jarrod
Batson return from a squad
that went 24-4 and advanced to
the Class 2A region semifinals.
Having the quartet of veter-
ans on hand made coach Mike
Martello's job a little easier as
the team went through summer
drills.
"The main thing we've been
trying to do is plug some holes,"
Martello said. "We're trying to
find a guy that can pick up some
minutes at point guard when
Donley needs a breather and
someone else that can help Jar-
rod Batson inside.
"Having the core group back
has helped. They have been
together for so long, and their
dedication to the team is the
strength of this program."
Batson, who started as a
sophomore at the low post,
should see his role expand with
the graduation of Shelley.
"Jarrod is kind of the flip
side from Stephen," Martello
said. "Stephen was a threat
on the outside and relied .on
his quickness in the paint. Jar-
rod stronger on the inside, but
he'll surprise people with a
quick drop step and his outside
shot."
Christian Mainor has had a
strong summer and looks to be
the player that will help Bats on
on the inside.
The Gator varsity should
reap some benefits of having a
strong junior varsity team last


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
SQUARED UP: Baker's Chad Donley squares up for a shot
during one of the Gator boys basketball team's summer
league games.


year.
In the past, guys, such as
Donley, Jernigan and Henry,
stepped up to the varsity as
eighth- or ninth-graders and
were forced into the fire.
Last year's large and talent-
ed senior class allowed Martel-
lo to keep some freshmen and
sophomores on the JV roster.
The JV players had a chance to
receive valuable minutes on the
floor. In years past, they might
have been riding the bench on
the varsity.
"The JV team had some suc-


cess last year, and that experi-
ence should help those guys as
they move up," Martello said.
Martello is confident the Ga-
tors will be strong offensively,
but he would still like to see
some of the younger players
get a little stronger on defense
throughout the remainder of
the summer and into the fall.
"The biggest thing we have
to work on is our man-to-man
defense,", he said. "We've got
three guys that can play man
defense with anybody, and the
other players need to."


Photos by NICK TOMECEK | Florida Freedom Newspapers
HAPPY RETURN: Above, Blake Dean,
left, former Crestview baseball
player and LSU standout, receives
a proclamation from Crestview'
Mayor David Cadle, right, making
July 2 Blake Dean Day in Crestview
on Thursday before the Crestview
High School baseball alumni game.
With Dean, is CHS baseball coach
g Tim Gillis. POWERFUL DISPLAY: At
left, Blake Dean swings at a pitch
during the home run derby portion
of the Crestview High School
;- baseball alumni game.


Dean has


all the tools


needed for


MLB success

It was like old times at Crestview
High School as former CHS baseball
player Blake Dean returned home for
"Blake Dean Day" last Thursday after
helping lead Louisiana State to the 2009
College World Series Championship.
Dean chatted with former team-
mates and old friends as adoring young
fans approached him for
his autograph during the
home run derby portion
of an evening that was
S also scheduled to fea-
ture an alumni-varsity
game.
One little boy even
NORTH END asked Dean to auto-
ZONE graph his forehead,
Randy Dickson which Blake did.
Smart kid. He might
not have to wash his face for a week.
Dean handled every request, from
autographs to interviews, with a quick
smile and a ready answer. One-on-one,
he's cordial and as at ease with report-
ers as he is driving a baseball to the
power alley or over the fence.
If there had been a representative of
the Minnesota Twins present, then they
should have offered him what he wants
on .the spot.
Blake Dean does things the right way.
He works at and plays the game
of baseball hard. That's why I believe
Dean will be a successful professional
baseball player.
If you watched the College World
Series as I did, then you heard the com-
mentators question Dean's foot speed
and his arm strength.
With all due respect to Orel Hersh-
iser and Mike Patrick, they never saw
Blake Dean play high school ball.
Dean showed plenty of arm strength
when he pitched for the Dawgs, though
he admits his arm isn't as strong as it
was when his fastball was being clocked
in the low 90s during his senior year at
Crestview. And nobody will ever mistake
him for Lou Brock or Ricky Henderson
on the base paths, but Dean did have
enough speed to be a pretty good center
fielder for the Bulldogs. That tells me he
runs well enough to have a long career
in baseball.
See SUCCESS B2
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Short reunion
Crestview News Bulletin alumni baseball game this past Thurs-
day at the CHS diamond. The alumni led
A thundershower halted the Crest- the current team 2-0 in the bottom of the
view High School baseball program's first inning when the rains hit.


ALUMNI PITCH: Corey McSween, former Crestview High School baseball player,
pitches on Thursday against the current baseball team during the alumni
game. STEALING FROM YOUR ELDERS: At top, Tyler Henderson, right, rounds
second base after a steal in the first inning against Crestview High School
alum Chase Jaramillo on Thursday during the alumni game.


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The Foxwood Country
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CHAMPIONSHIP
FLIGHT
1 D. Thompson /J.
Young 61-60 121
2 C. Johnson / C.
McSween 63-66 129
3 J. Holmes / B.
Gutnik 66-65 131
4 M. Sowell /J.
Johnson 65-67 132
T5 S. Mcdonald / B.
Moser 65-70.- 135
T5 J. Mulrain / M.
Bouchard 71-64 135
T7 M. Sapp / S.
Mobley 65-71 136
T7 M. Horton / L.
Dempsey 67-69 136
T7 K. Anderson / T.
Stanley 68-68 136
10 R. Griner / R.
Dries 69-71 140

FLIGHT 1
1 J. Parham / D.
Smith 65-64 129
T2 M. Carver / M.


Taylor 71-64 135
T2 M. Shaw / A.
Saunders 68-67 135
4 L. Hochmuth / D.
Bell 72-65 137
5 D. Grozier / S.
Wagner 71-68 139
6 R. Lawson / A.
Lawson 71-69 140
7 R. Harrell / D.
Josey 68-73 141
8 T. Cook / S.
Gomez 73-71 144
T9 R. Tate / P.
Hatcher 72-73 145
T9 R. Johnston /J.
Kestner 74-71 145

FLIGHT 2
1 S. Sparkman / A.
Perez 71-67 138
T2 D. Wilkerson / B.
Elmore 70-70 140
T2 D. Schutz / S.
Holland 71-69 140
T4 J. Altieri / P. Kean
71-72 143
T4 C. Barto / S.
Gaiser 72-7 143
6 P. Quinn /J.
Rainwater 71-74 145
7 T. Thomas / N.


Hullinger 74-72 146
8 B. Ward / C.
Harvell 75-72 147
T9 S. Whiddon /
J. Maughon 78-74
- 152
T9 T. Fink / P. Coyne
75-77 152

FLIGHT 3
1 C. Barbee / C.
Jackson 69-69 138
2 M. Spainhour / B.
Tilley 70-74 144
3 J. Patten / A.
Daniel 71-74 145
4 P. Sniezko / B. Van
Lorynen 74-73 147
5 M. Bocksmith /
M. Summerbell 74-76
150
6 J. Mclane / F.
Sasser 77-74 151
7J. Blair/R.
Armstrong 77-78
155
8 T. Fischer / G.
Bonner 80-76 156
9 L. Dorman /J.
Smyrl 83-81 164
10 B. Bryant / T.
Patterson 82-88 170


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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 to 7:30 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.
k I2.us; or Karen Rogers-Wooten, 305-2866, or
wootenk@ mail.okaloosa.kl 2.us.


SUCCESS from page B1


The same sportscasters that ques-
tioned some of Dean's tools also called
him the straw that stirred the drink that
has been the LSU baseball team the last
two seasons.
In otherwords, Blake Dean is a big
time player, and there is nothing more big
time than Major League Baseball.
To his credit, Dean doesn't listen to
what the so-called experts are saying.
Instead he prefers to let his bat do the
talking as he goes about getting ready for
his next baseball challenge.
I'm not going to insult anyone's intel-
ligence and say that physical tools aren't
important in any sport. But I think tools


can be overrated.
Sometimes the guys who are naturals
don't work as hard at the craft of playing
ball as the guys with talent and a work
ethic.
Blake Dean has those two key ingre-
dients of talent and work ethic that could
ultimately make him a very rich baseball
player. If the Twins are smart, then they'll
see that and sign Dean before he gets
back to Baton Rouge this fall and starts
preparing for his senior season at LSU.
Randy Dickson is the News Bulletin
sports editor Contact him at 682-6524, or
e-mail randyd@crestviewbulletin.com.


Special to the News Bulletin
The Crestview Thunder-
birds minor league football
team will travel south for a
rematch against the Fort
WaltonBeachFalcons onSat-
urday at Fort Walton Beach
High School. The Falcons
topped the Thunderbirds 21-
0 on June 6 in the Premier


Football League season
opener for both teams.
"No one likes to be shut
out, but 21-0 is nothing to be
ashamed of for a first game
against an experienced
team," owner/player Thom-
as Gordon wrote in a Thun-
derbirds newsletter. "The
coaching staff and players
earned some respect that


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The Thunderbirds are 0-
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with a 60-3 loss against the
Pensacola Wolfpac on June
13 and a 38-0 loss against
the Panama City Buffalos on
June 20.
The Thunderbirds posted
their first points with a field
goal in the third quarter of
the Pensacola game.
"Scoreboard may not
reflect it, but we played bet-
ter against the Wolfpac than
we did the Falcons," Gordon
wrote.
Crestview showed up in
Pensacola with 24 players to
the Wolfpac's 54. Pensacola
was ranked No. 2 in the PFL
last season.
"Twice our size and sev-
eral seasons under their belt
I don't think anyone is sur-
prised about them beating
us. On paper, there shouldn't
be much of a contest, but we
played hard through every
play and left it all on the
field," Gordon wrote. "Per-
haps it's just me, but I'm
thinking our three points
tasted better than their 60."
Players of the week were
Jason 'ITourgee (defense),
the entire offensive line (of-
fense) and Jarvelles Thomas
(special teams.)
The Thunderbirds took a
step back in the 38-0 loss at
Panama City.
"No offense to the Buf-
falos, but this game should
have been 21-14 and could
have gone either way," Gor-
don wrote. "We'll fix this
and get our team back that
played Wolfpac instead of
the group of young men that
showed up in Panama City."


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always remember."
Mayor David Cadle read
the proclamation honoring
Dean. After the ceremony,
the mayor said it was an
easy decision to give Dean
his day.
"I've watched Blake
Dean's success on the base-
ball field for quite some
time now," he said. "This
young man has composed
himself through the years
and approached this game
... he's just a wonderful
representative of the city
of Crestview, and we are
just proud of everything he
does.
"I had been thinking
about this all season long
and thinking at some time
we wanted to honor this
young man."
Gillis was more than
happy to accommodate the
mayor as the city paid trib-
ute to Dean.
"I think it's just *awe-
some," Gillis said. "We are
very blessed to have a guy
like Blake in this area and
'obviously here in. Crest-
view. It's a class thing for
Mayor Cadle to come out
and give him that procla-
mation.
"I'm just proud for him.
He's a heck of a young man,
and he's been a great part
of this program. It's just
great to see this turnout for
him, as well."
Blake's father, Mike
Dean, has had many proud
moments, and Thursday's
ceremony was among the
best.
"It's one of those things


I'm sure, he'll remember
the rest of his life, and I
know that me and my wife
and our family and friends
will remember it, too," Mike
said. "I think it's something
that is really special for the
kids and community and
everyone.
"We have good com-
munity up here and a good
school in Crestview High
School and a great coach
in Tim Gillis. It just really
makes me proud that he
played up here and was
able to be a part of this
program while he was up
here."
Dean still has some de-
cisions to make after being
drafted by Minnesota in the
10th round of last month's
Major League Baseball
draft
Negotiations with the
Twins have gone slowly
so far. If things don't fall
into place, then Dean will
return for his. senior year
with the Tigers.
"It's like a ticking time
bomb. You are trying to fig-
ure something out and wait-
ing to hear from them," he
said. "I'm just trying to put
things out of my mind and
see how they evolve and
what opportunities present
themselves.
If it's time for me to go
(pro), then it's time for me
to go, and if not, then LSU is
right there waiting for me.",
In the meantime, Dean
is taking the summer off
from baseball.
"I'm just relaxing and
hanging out with all my


friends and figuring out
what I'm going to do from
there," he said. "There is
no summer ball for me this
year. I'm just going to take
a break and just get back to
having a little fun outside of
baseball."
Dean was very relaxed
with his old Bulldog team-
mates and coaches who6
returned for the alumni
game.
"It's always fun to be
back out with these guys
and see the new players,"
he said.' "It's been a long
time, so when I get back out
here, it's fun to see the new
players, as well as catch
up and remember the old
times."
For the record, Chase
Jaramillo, a 2006 classmate
of Dean's, won the Home
Run Derby.
The alumni game was
called in the bottom of the
first due to lightning, with
the alumni leading 2-0.
Even with the bad
weather bringing a pre-
mature end to the night's
events, Gillis couldn't have
been happier about the way
things went.
"We always have a good
turnout for the alumni
game, but this is even bet-
ter with Blake coming
back," he said. "It's an awe-
some thing for our players
now to see what it Means to
everybody.
"To be a part of this pro-
gram is. a special thing. It's
a lot of fun for all of us com-
ing back. And for the kids,
it's good for them to see."


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
FIVE WISHES SEMINAR: Five
Wishes is America's most popular liv-
ing will because it is written in everyday
language and helps people express their
wishes in personal, spiritual, medical and
legal ways. It helps your caregiver know
exactly what you want. In Five Wishes
you clearly state what you want.
Come put your health care prefer-
ences in writing and bring a loved one at
noon Thursday, July 30, at Emerald Coast
Hospice, 131 E. Redstone Ave., Suite 110,
Crestview.
Lunch is included. This is open to the
public. RSVP by phone, 689-0300 or 259-
3001, or e-mail: susie.chestnut@gentiva.
com. Seating is limited, so reserve your
seat today.
FAMILY REUNION & BIRTHDAY
PARTY: On July 19 the Williams fam-
ily will host a family reunion from 10 .to
2 p.m. The event is also a celebration of
'Sarah Williams's 90th birthday. The cov-
ered dish luncheon is open to family and
friends. Details: Barb Henderson, 682-
1459.
FIRST TUESDAY LECTURES:
at the Crestview library on Commerce
Drive are held at 10:30 a.m. Upcoming
programs include the following:
Aug. 4, Aerodynamics for Dummies:
Folding and Flying Paper Airplanes, with
Laurel Hill author and engineer Ken
Blackburn.
Exploring Folk Musical Instruments
with the Pelican Pickers.
For details visit www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm (under "Programs & Ser-
vices"). Phone: 682-4432.
BLOOD DRIVES: Northwest Florida
Blood Services is hosting the following
blood drives: Saturday, July 11 from 11
a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Walmart Supercenter
in Crestview. Every, donor will receive a
$10 gift card.


CRESTVIEW TOASTMASTERS:
- The Crestview Toastmasters club will
meet on July 14 from 6 to 7 p.m. at Lundy
and Bowers, 296 S. Ferdon Blvd. Anyone
who would like to improve his or her pub-
lic speaking ability is invited to visit and
learn how. Contact Crestviewtoastmas-
terkathy@yahoo.com for more informa-
tion, or call 865-6993.
JOBS FAIR: The City of Crestview
will host the North Okaloosa Career &
Job Fair July 15 at the Crestview Com-
munity Center, 1446 Commerce Drive
in Crestview. This event will start at 10
a.m. and run until 2 p.m. Approximately
50 employers will be present represent-
ing defense contractors, aviation, manu-
facturing, law enforcement, medical and
many other career fields. This job fair
is completely free to employers and the
public. Seminars will be offered on civil
service application, job search, resume
writing, interviewing techniques and
other topics.
Employers will have access to highly
motivated military and civilian appli-
cants from the local area. This is an op-
portunity for companies to recruit some
of the most highly qualified, degree, and
technically skilled, professional person-
nel-in the Southeast.
Employers may register by calling
850-729-5227 or 850-833-7587, ext. 211 or
ext. 229 or e-mailing ltipton@jobsplus02.
com or jmcdaniel@jobsplus02.com.
This event is sponsored by the city of
Crestview in partnership with Northwest
Florida State College, JobsPlus/Work-
force Development Board of Okaloosa
and Walton Counties and the Crestview
Chamber of Commerce.
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The Davidson Middle School Cheerlead-
ers will be holding a multi-family yard sale
on Saturday, July 18, at Premier Commu-
nity Bank (next to Wings of Fire off the
U.S. Highways 85 and 90 intersection). .
Hours will be 7 a.m. until approximate-
ly noon. There is no rain day scheduled.


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announced for Okaloosa, Walton counties


The award winners for the 2009 Build-
ing Industry Association's Parade of
Homes were announced on June 12.
These winners were chosen by a panel of
12 judges from outside the Okaloosa and
Walton County area. Once announced,
these builders were told that they were
a winner, but not how they placed in the
category. That will be announced at an
awards banquet on July 16. The winners
are as follows:

Category I Crestview
$159K- $225K
Key Lime Homes Entry #5 310 Key
Lime Place, Crestview
TCB Builders Entry #6 5168 Lake
Drive, Crestview

Category 2 Crestview
& Niceville $424K $535K
Arthur Rutenberg Homes Entry #11
-110 Blossom Creek Run, Niceville
Tew Construction Entry #8 1114
Tallokas Drive, Crestview

Category.3 Niceville
$420K $499K
C Squared. Home Builders, LLC En-
try #13 910 Bayshore Drive, Niceville
Gary Miller Homes Entry #12 4001
Sugar Cane Creek Run, Niceville

Category 4 Shalimar
& Fort Walton Beach
$194K- $249K
Tracy Acree Construction Entry #17 -
30'Magnolia Avenue SE, Fort Walton Beach
Watree Construction Entry #15 80
2nd Avenue, Shalimar'


Category 5 Freeport
$274K $384K
Hammock Bay Building Company -
Entry #21 288 Fanny Ann Way, Freeport
Hammock Bay Building Company -
Entry #18 144 Fanny Ann Way, Freeport

Category 6 DeFuniak Springs
& Freeport
$138K $182K
Hammock Bay Building Company
- Entry #22 707 Horseshoe Bend, Free-
port
Rushing Homes Entry #25 291 Quail
Ridge Drive, DeFuniak Springs

Category 7 Miramar Beach
& WaterSound
$2.1M $3.1M
Davis Dunn Construction Entry #30
- 151 Coopersmith Lane, WaterSound
Dixon Kazek Construction Entry
#26 1523 Island Green Drive, Miramar
Beach

Category 8 Seagrove Beach,
WaterColor & WaterSound -
$1.4M- $2M
Dune Construction Entry #31 12
Shore Bridge Circle, WaterSound
Gulfview Construction Entry #28 -
243 Pine Needle Way, Seagrove Beach
Don't forget to visit all of the spectacu-
lar homes in the 2009 Parade of Homes.
Congratulations to all of the 2009 Pa-
rade of Homes Award Winners! For more
information about the Parade of Homes or
The Building Industry Association, please
call 863-5107 or visit www.biaow.org.


PILOT mentor
applications still accepted
Members of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce PILOT (Profes-
sional Inspired Leaders of Tomorrow)
young professionals committee are en-
couraged to register for the BUILD men-
tor program.
Applications are available online at
www.crestviewchamber.com (click on
About the Chamber, then Committees,
then PILOT). Submit applications to
Lynda Bush at LyndaBush@LundyAnd-
Bowers.com.
A mentor-mentee matching event will
be held August 20 from 9 a.m. to noon at
the Chamber. Mentorships officially will
last nine months.
For more information, call 682-3212.

Job Fair set for July 15
The City of Crestview will host the
North Okaloosa Career & Job Fair July
15 at the Crestview Community Center,
1446 Commerce Drive in Crestview. This
event will start at 10 a.m. and run until 2
p.m. Approximately 50 employers will be
present representing defense contrac-
tors, aviation, manufacturing, law en-
forcement, medical and many other ca-
reer fields. This job fair is completely free
to employers and the public. Seminars
will be offered on civil service application,
job search, resume writing, interviewing
techniques, and other topics.
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cants from the local area. This is an op-
portunity for companies to recruit some
of the most highly qualified, degree, and
technically skilled, professional person-
nel in the Southeast.
Employers may register by calling
(850) 729-5227 or (850) 833-7587 X211 or
X229 or e-mailing ltipton@jobsplus02.


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com orjmcdaniel@jobsplus02.com.

ECAR to host
tax incentive seminar
Have you been wondering what the
new tax incentive is and if you're eligi-
ble for it? Well, wonder no more! Noted
financial expert and author Ed Oneto
will be on hand July 16 to answer these
and other pertinent questions when
ECAR hosts "The $8,000 Tax Incentive
and How to Get It."
The seminar is free and open to the
public. It will be conducted from 1 to
3 p.m. at the ECAR building on Holly-
wood Blvd. in Fort Walton Beach.
"The $8,000 Tax Incentive and How
to Get It is part of the Florida Asso-
ciation of Realtors' "Welcome Home"
week-long campaign that takes' place
July 12-18. For. more information,
please call ECAR at 243-6145 or click
on www.emeraldcoastrealtors.com.

Medical conference planned
Aug. 22
Sacred Heart Women's Hospital and
the Medical Education Council of Pen-
sacola (MECOP) will present the 3rd
Annual Maternal-Fetal Medicine Con-
ference for medical professionals on
Saturday, Aug. 22 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
in the Greenhut Auditorium at Sacred
Heart Hospital's main campus.
The conference will provide an over-
view of the protocols used to manage
obstetric referrals for high-risk preg-
nancies. Continuing education hours
will be provided for physicians, nurses,
ultasonographers and social workers.
Pre-registration is required and can
be made by visiting www.sacred-heart.
org or by calling Elisabeth Allerellie at
(850) 416-2453.


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Crestview News Bulletin I B5


NOMC leaders



recognized


Community Health
Systems
Community
Health Systems
(CHS) recently an-
nounced the win-
ners of the 2008 Ex-
cellence in Leader-
ship Awards via
a national Web
conference with its
122 subsidiaries, in-
cluding North Oka-
loosa Medical Cen-
ter in Crestview.
These awards
shine a spotlight on
exceptional CEOs,
Chief Financial Of-
ficers (CFOs) and
Chief Nursing Offi-
cers (CNOs) within


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CHS-affiliated hospitals.
For the second year in
a row, both David Sanders,
CEO of North Okaloosa
Medical Center, and Jim
Andrews, CFO of North
Okaloosa Medical Cen-
ter, were recipients of an
Outstanding Achievement
Award in .their individual
categories.
David Miller, CHS Di-
vision One President,
recognized Sanders, say-
ing, "CEOs set the tone
for their organizations,


and their constant
leadership is key
to our success.
David Sanders
has demonstrated
sustained supe-
rior performance
at North Okaloosa
M Medical Center.
REWS- He has developed
a solid relation-
ship with commu-
nity leaders and
the area military
commanders. Ad-
ditionally, medical
staff relations are
the most positive
in 10 years, which
resulted in signifi-
VID cant growth."
DERS In discussing
Andrews' achieve-
ments, Miller highlighted
several of North Okaloosa
Medical Center's recent
financial accomplish-
ments, noting that "CFOs
are the true custodians
of hundreds of millions
of dollars in company
assets. Our CFOs work
tirelessly to accurately
and fairly present the
financial results of our
operations. The financial
integrity of our company
,begins with people like'
Jim Andrews."


Leadership Okaloosa graduates introduced


Special to the News Bulletin

Northwest Florida State
College Leadership Insti-
tute, in partnership with the
Crestview, Destin, Niceville-
Valparaiso and Greater Fort
Walton Beach Chambers of
Commerce, is pleased to in-
troduce the 34 community
leaders, including' several
from north Okaloosa County,
who completed the 2008-09
Leadership Okaloosa pro-
gram.
Leadership Okaloosa is
10-month program designed
to enhance the participant's
leadership skills and provide
community awareness. The
class met once a month from
September 2008 to June
2009. Participants received
classroom training by Dr.
David Goetsch of NWFSC.
Participants were given
opportunities to interact
with key community lead-
ers throughout the process,
including Okaloosa County
Superintendent of Schools
Dr. Alexis Tibbetts and Uni-
versity of West FloYida Pres-
ident Dr. Judy Bense.
A highlight of the pro-
gram was the two-day trip to
Tallahassee for the Legisla-
tive Day meetings. Tours of
area businesses, such as the
Northwest Florida Regional
Airport, Destin's Harbor
District and Eglin Air Force
Base, helped provide partici-
pants with an understanding
of the community.
Another important as-
pect of Leadership Okaloosa


LEADERSHIP OKALOOSA: The 2008-09 Leadership Okaloosa class included a host of
graduates from north Okaloosa County.


is the networking relation-
ships forged that leads to
long-lasting personal and
professional relationships.
This year's class in-
cludeg: Alice Allmon, Oka-
loosa County Tax Collector;
Monica Autrey, Baskerville-
Donovan; Tessie Bradford,
University of West Florida,
Emerald Coast Combs Cam-
pus; Ardelle Bush, Healthy
Start Coalition of Okaloosa
and Walton Counties Inc.;
Christopher ,Byrd, White-
Wilson Medical Center;
Susie Chestnut, Emerald
Coast Hospice; La'Terica
Clark, Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce;
Mark Clark, Okaloosa Gas;
Deborah Cluff, University
of West Florida, Emerald
Coast; Louise Coulter, In-
Dyne Inc.; Ginny Deptula,
Emerald Dunes Real Estate
& Development; Joe DeVr-
ies, Gulf Power Company;


Catherine Garvie, Whitney
National Bank; Win Grose-
close, Rocky Bayou Chris-
tian School; Jennifer Heady,
University of Florida IFAS,
Okaloosa County Extension;
Dave Hicks, InDyne Inc.;
Cameron Johnson, City of
Fort Walton Beach; Christy
Johnson, City of Fort Wal-
ton Beach; Shawn Leather-
man, Suncoast Healthcare
Professionals; Amy Linares,
Okaloosa Regional Home
Health Services; Bonnie
Morgan, Okaloosa County
Teachers Federal Credit
Union; Thomas, Murray;
Deborah Pelt, Lundy & Bow-
ers, CPA; Joan Pickard,
Liza Jackson Preparatory
School; Hudson Pierce, Stu-
dent, "Rocky Bayou Chris-
tian School; Meghan Rice,
Legislative Assistant to Sen.
Don Gaetz; Harry "Buddy"
Schubele, InDyne Inc.; Amy
Shaw, Rocky Bayou Chris-


tian School; Luke Smith,
Carl Riggs & Ingram, LLC;
Rita Smith, Jobs Plus One-
Stop Career Center; Sha-
ron Tatum-Jones, Coldwell
Banker United Realtors; Di-
anna Thacker, University of
Florida, REEF;, Bill Winston,
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Wednesday, July 8, 2009


What we're reading this summer


North county readers share L

their current book lists I


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Even in this age of Kin-
dle and audio books, the
blissful feeling of sprawl-
ing on the beach, the porch
or in the backyard with
a good, genuine book is
still alive and well here in
northern Okaloosa County.
At the risk of appear-
ing too NPR-ish, the News,
Bulletin queried both folks
here in the office as well
as around our readership
area to see in which books
we've been burying our
noses this summer.

DAVID CADLE
Mayor, city of Crestview

I just finished reading
the autobiography of Su-
preme Court Justice Clar-
ence Thomas, My Father's
Son. It chronicled how
a child born and raised
in abject poverty could
overcome those pitfalls
through hard work, devo-
tion to educational excel-
lence and faith in God and
succeed even in the midst
of bigotry and persecution.
I prefer reading biogra-
phies of American leaders
and pivotal figures in our
nation's history.

JOE BARLEY
Building contractor, com-
munity volunteer and
historian

I'm reading a book
called Refuge in Hell: How
Berlin's Jewish Hospital
Outlasted the Nazis by
Daniel Silver. At the end
of World War II there were
800 Jews still in the Berlin


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
SUMMER READING: Summertime and the reading is
easy. Whether on the beach, in the backyard or on
the back porch, north county residents are reading a
diverse variety of.books this summer.


y .g_ Jewish
S ^- hospital.
I never
knew
there
were
any
Jews
left in
Berlin at
the end
of the
war. The Gestapo even had
an office in the hospital. It
is an interesting book,


RAE SCHWARTZ
Boy Scout commissioner
and arts supporter

My escape reading is
mysteries; including, Julia'
Spencer-Fleming's series
featuring a chief of police
and a female Episcopalian
priest with excellent, in-
volved plots and a romance
with ethical and moral
dilemmas.
I have been reading a lot
of Scandinavian mysteries
as well; I'm waiting for.the
new Karin Fossum and the
new offering by Stieg Lars-
son, the author of The Girl
with the Dragon Tattoo.
I have just finished the
latest book by Eliot Pat-
tison, who writes a series
about modern-day Tibet.

GREG ALLEN
News Bulletin production
designer

Currently I'm read-
ing Captain's Fury, the
fourth book in the Codex
Alera fantasy series by Jim
Butcher, an ongoing story
of another world whose in-
habitants are empowered


really deals with Lincoln
as a politician and his abil-
ity and his insight int% the
need to form coalitions be-
fore taking action. He was
very aware of the attitudes,,
particularly toward slavery
and emancipation. It's re-
ally quite interesting.

LEON CURENTON
Organist for the First
Methodist Church of
Crestview and the Laurel
Hill Presbyterian Church

I usually have a book
going at home and another
one at work. I also like to
read in our vanpool. I'm
reading St. Joan of Arc by
Vita Sackville-West and Byz-
antium: The Decline and
Fall by John Julius Nor-
wich. That sounds awfully
stuffy, doesn't it? But both
books are very fascinating.

JEAN LEWIS
Director, Robert Sikes
Crestview Public Library

I am reading two excel-
lent books. Shanghai Girls,
by Lisa See, is about two
Chinese sisters (May and


Pearl) who, given as an
exchange for a gambling
debt their father owes, are
married off to two Ameri-
can-Chinese brothers and
forced to leave their be-
loved Shanghai. The story
follows the two sisters frofn
Shanghai to Los Angeles
and spans the years be-
tween 1930 to 1950.
New England White, by
Stephen L. Carter, is about
high-profile African-Amer-
ican university president,
Lemaster Carlyle, and his
,wife Julie, who become
involved in this surpris-
ing murder mystery that
occurred more than 30.
years ago when they ac-
cidentally find the body
of a prominent professor
on their way home from a
faculty dinner.
A new development in
every chapter keeps you
glued to this book. It's a
great mystery.

SANDRA DREADEN
Reference librarian,
Crestview Public Library

I'm currently reading
The Outlandish Compan-
ion by Diana Gabaldon
because the seventh book
in her
Out-
lander
series,
An
Echo
in the.
Bone,
is com-
ing out
Sept. 2, and I've forgotten
how some of the charac-
ters and plot lines fit in!
The Outlander series
is hard to peg to a genre
as it includes historical
fantasy, science fiction as it
relates to time travel, and
romance. I wish someone
would make it into a movie,
but then, they never seem


to be as good as the books!
KEVIN LUSK
Crestview High School
director of choral music

Terry Brooke has writ-
ten a number of series.
One is the Landover se-
ries about a magical king-
dom. That was on my back
burner and I thought I'd
give it a try. Kingdom for
Sale, Witches' Brew and
Tanglebox are books in the
series.
I'm also rereading Jim
Butcher's Codex Alera
series. It's very different.
The third series I'm re-
reading is Kim Harrison's
about the Hollows. This
one had vampires and
witches and that kind of
stuff. The one I'm reread-
ing is Dead Witch Walk-
i4g. It's a witch mystery.

LT. KENT BUCKNER
Crestview Police Depart-
ment community service
division commander

I just finished up a
James Patterson book.
Cat and Mouse is an Alex
Cross detective story. It
was very gripping. I usu-
ally get into the drama
or law enforcement type,
books. It kinda fits the job.

HAROLD JONES
Laurel Hill city clerk

One of the things that I
just read was an old Tom
Clancy book. I had started
The Sum of All Fears
about two years back and
I just found it while clean-
ing out a box. I enjpyed
that. I come and go. Most
of the time I stay with the
old mysteries. I do enjoy
Clancy's writing, but
sometimes it's a bit of a
challenge to keep up with
the characters.


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by magical beings called
furies.
I'm also revisiting the
Harry
Potter
collec-
tion and
am now
D start-

of Fire.
I
need to
pick up
Turn Coat, Jim Butcher's
latest Dresden Files novel,
which pits modern day wiz-
ard Harry Dresden against
the lowlifes of Chicago.

DR. MARILYN
OVERTURN
Director, Okaloosa
Chamber Singers

I'm trying finish up a
book on Abraham Lincoln
I bought last summer, Lin-
coln: A Life of Purpose and
Power, by Richard Car-
wardine. It's not a book for
summer reading; winter,
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Rideshare County Courth6use, 07/01/09 following certificate, Parcel ID#: law, the. property de-
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1140- Happy Ads 10:00 a.m. on. Friday, 07/15/09 for a Tax Deed to be is- 0380 Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the
1150- Personals August 7, 2009. __sued thereon. The cer- $16,107.00 highest bidder in the
1160- Lost tificate number and All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting
1170- Found Dated this 19th day of Legal # 100672 year of issuance, the ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa
June, 2009. name in which the Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse,
SDON W. HOWARD NOTICE OF APPLICA- property is assessed ida. Crestview, Florida .at
CLERK OF THE CIR- TION FOR TAX DEED and the description of 1.0:00 a.m. on Friday,
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Notice is hereby given sued thereon. The cer- 0230 Opening -Bid: 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/08/09
that Gulf Group Hold- NOTICE OF APPLICA. tificate, number and $6,675.22 August 7, 2009. 07/15/09
wings, as holder of the TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the All of said property be-
following certificate name in which the ing in the County of Dated this 19th day of ____________ _
has filed said certificate TDA'Case #: 2009 TD property is assessed Okaloosa, State of Flor- June, 2009.
for a Tax Deed to be is- 000154 C and the description of ida. Legal #100676
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tificate number and Notice is hereby'given lows: redeemed according to CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
year of issuance, the that Gulf Group Hold- Certificate # 115 of law, the property de- CUIT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED
name in which the ings, as holder of the 2007 Assessed to: scribed in the certifi-
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and the description of has filed said certificate Description: COMMO- highest bidder in the Clerk 000160 C
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lows: sued thereon. The cer- 116 Room at the Okaloosa. 06/24/09 Notice is hereby given
Certificate # 1739 of tificate number and Parcel ID#: County Courthouse, 07/01/09 that Gulf Group Hold-
2007 Assessed to: year of issuance, the 00-2S-22-0515-0000- Crestview, Florida at 07/08/09 ings, as holder of the
ALEX M BROWN name in which the 1160 Opening Bid: 10:00 a.m. on 'Friday,. 07/15/09 following certificate,
Description: DORIS property is assessed $16,140.72 August 7,'2009. has filed said certificate
ALENE S/D LOT 6 BLK and the description of All of said property be-__ for a Tax Deed to be is-
2 the property is as fol- ing in the County of Dated this 19th day of sued thereon. The cer-
Parcel ID#- lows: Okaloosa, State of, Flor- June, 2009. tificate number and
12-3N-24-0660-0002- Certificate # 1269 of ida. DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100675 year of issuance, the
0060 Opening Bid: 2007 Assessed to: "CLERK OF THE CiuR name in/which the
$1,562.13 TRACIE N CARR Unless the certificate is CUlT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- property is assessed
All of said property be- Description: SW1/4 OF redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. TION FOR TAX DEED and the description of
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By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. has filed said certificate
06/24/09 for a Tax Deed to be is-
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and the description of
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has filed said certificate Parcel ID#:
for a Tax Deed to be is- 27-4N-22-0000-0003-
sued thereon. The cer- 024R Opening Bid:
tificate number and $1830233
year of issuance, t e All of said property be-
name in which the ing in the County of
property is assessed Okaloosa, State of Flor-
and the description of ida.
the property is as fol- Unless the certificate is
lows: redeemed according to
Certificate # 1479 of law, the property de-
2007 Assessed to: scribed in the certifi-
MODESTY MICHELE cate will be sold to the
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Description: SYLVANIA BCC Board Meeting
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853/452 County Courthouse,
Parcel -2ID#: Crestview, Florida at
09-2S-24-244A-0003- 10:00 a.m.' on Friday,
0060 Opening Bid: August 7, 2009.
$1,636.78
All of said property be- Dated this 19th day of
ing in the County of June 2009.
Okaloosa, State of Flor- DONW. HOWARD
ida. CLERK OF THE CIR-
Unless the certificate is CUIT COURTS
redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
law, the property de- 06/24/09
scribed in the certifi- 07/01/09
cate will be sold to the 07/08/09
highest bidder in the 07/15/09
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa _______
County, Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Friday, Legal # 100688
August 7, 2009. .
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
CUlT COURTS 000139 S
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has II-,.J .ad cen ,ic.aM e Legal # 100691 ,. o' -.j r i, e
for a Tax Deed to be is- name in which the
sued thereon. The cer- NOTICE OF APPLICA- property is assessed
tificate number and TION FOR TAX DEED and the description of
year of issuance, the the property is as fol-
name in which the TDA Case #: 2009 TD lows:
property is assessed 000142 C Certificate # 1488 of
and the description of 2007 Assessed to:
the property is as fol- Notice is hereby given HELEN NETTLES
lows: that Gulf Group Hold- Description: SYLVANIA
Certificate # 1991 of ings, as holder of the HTS S/D LOT 8 BLK 8
2007 Assessed to: following certificate, LESS THE N43.5 FT
SHEHEANE, THOMAS -has filed said certificate THEREOF A/K/A BEG
M & PATRICIA for a Tax Deed to be is- 50 FT N OF NE COR
Description: BEG 1840 sued thereon. The cer- LOT 9 BLK 5 N 106.5
FT E & 300 FT S OF tificate number and FT E75 FT TO POB
NW COR OF SE1/4 year of issuance, the Parcel ID#:
S75 FT W115 FT N75 name in which the 09-2S-24-244A-0008-
FT E115 TO BEG property is assessed 0080 Opening Bid:
938/961 and the description of $1,857.25 '
Parcel ID#: the property is as fol- All of said property be-
15-2S-25-0000-0011- lows: ing in ,the County of
0020 Opening Bid: Certificate # 2640 of Okaloosa, State of Flor-
$2,039.80 2007 Assessed to: ida.
All of said property be- GERALD MCCRANEY i Unless the certificate is
ing in the County of Description: MORRIS redeemed according to
Okaloosa, State of Flor- ADDITION TO CREST- law,, the property de-
ida. VIEW LOT 54 BLK 11 scribed in the certifi-
Unless the certificate is Parcel ID#: 'cate will be sold to the
redeemed according to 21-3N-23-1670-0011- highest bidder in the
law, the property de- 0540 Opening Bid: BCC Board Meeting
scribed in the certifi- $1,977.80 Room at the Okaloosa
cate will be sold to the All of said property be- County 'Courthouse,
highest bidder in the, ing in the County of Crestview, Florida at
BCC Board Meeting Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
Room at the Okaloosa ida. August 7, 2009.
County Courthouse, Unless the certificate is
Crestview, Florida at redeemed according to Dated this 19th day of
10:00 a.m. on Friday, law, the property de- June, 2009.
August 7, 2009. scribed in the certifi- DON,W. HOWARD
cate will be sold to the CLERK OF THE CIR-
. Dated this 19th day of highest bidder in the CUIT COURTS
June, 2009. BCC Board Meeting By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
DON W. HOWARD Room at the Okaloosa 06/24/09
CLERK OF THE CIR- County Courthouse, 07/01/09
CUIT COURTS Crestview, Florida at 07/08/09
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/15/09
06/24/09 August 7, 2009.
07/01/09 Legal #100695
07/08/09 Dated this 19th' day of Legal # 10069
07/15/09 June, 2009. NOTICE OF APPLICA-
DONW. HOWARD TION FOR TAX DEED
CLERK OF THE CIR- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
CUlT COURTS 000146 S
Legal # 100689 By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
N 06/24/09 Notice is hereby given,
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 07/01/09 that Gulf Group Hold-
TION FOR TAX DEED 07/08/09 ings, as holder of the
07/15/09 following certificate,
TDA Case #: 2009 TD has filed said certificate
000140 C. Legal # 100692 for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
Notice is herebygiven NOTICE OF APPLICA- tificate number and
that Gulf Group Hold- TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the
thgs, a s t of the year of issuance, the
ings, as holder of the name in which the
following certificate, TDA Case :2009 TD namerty in which assessed
has filed said certificate 00143 C and property is assessedription of
f and the description of
for a Tax Deed to be is- -the 'property is as fol-.
sued thereon. The cer- Notice is hereby given lowsfol-
tificate number and that Gulf Group Hold- Certificate # 2004 of
year of issuance, the wings as holder of the 2007 Assessed to:
Sname in which the following certificate, JAMES E EASON ,
property isassessed has filed said certificate Description: BEG .1495
and the description of for a Tax Deed to be is- FT E & 150 FT S OF
the property is as fol- sued .thereon. The car- NW COR OF SE S75
lows: tificate number and FT Wl15 FT N75 FT
Certificate # 2966 of year of issuance, the El15 FT TO BEG
2007 Assessed to: name in which the 814/945
ALLEN WAYNE ROBIN- property is assessed Parcel ID#:
SON and the description of 15,2S-25-0000-0107-
Description: PARCEL 7 the property is as fol- 0000 Opening Bid:
RIVER ROAD PROJ- lows $17,811.57- penng
ECT PH II: COM SE Certificate # 2636 of All of said property be-
COR OF NEI/4 N50 FT 2007 Assessed to: ing in the County of
W2344.17 FT TO POB MRS WILL & ASHLEY Okaloosa, State of Flor-
W350 FT N381.64 FT MCCRANEY ida. o
N43 DEG E ALG CUR, Descrition: MORRIS Unless the. certificate is
371.12 FT N36 DEG E1 FT ADDITON TO CREST- redeemed according to.
7862 FT TO PALG CURV 158.61 FT VIEW LOTS 15 TO 19 law, the property de-
S786.2 FT TO POB INC BLK 6 scribed in the certifi-
LESS COM AT1SE COR Parcel ID#: cate will be sold to the
THEREOF N247.21 FT 21-3N-23-1670-0006- hi hest bidder in the
TO POB W175.05 FT 0150 Opening Bid: B C Board Meeting
N210.91 FT TO SLY $6147.58 Room at the Okaloosa
EDGE COTTON All of said property be- County Courthouse,
CREEK RED NELY ALG ing in the County of Crestview, Florida at
EDGE TO A PT N OF Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
POB THC S497.42 FT ida.- .August7,2009.
TO POB Unless the certificate is ,
Parcel ID#: redeemed according to Dated this 19th 6ay of
27-4N-24-0000-0004- law the property de- June, 2009.
004C Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi- DON W. HOWARD
$1,939.18 cate will be sold to the CLERK OF THE, CIR-
All of said property be- highest bidder in the CUlT COURTS
ing in the County of BCC_ Board Meeting By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa 06/24/09
ida. County Courthouse, 07/01/09
Unless th certificate is Crestview, Florida at 07/08/09
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/15/09
law, the property de- August 7, 2009. _____ _
scribed in the certifi- Legal # 100696
cate will be sold to the Dated this 19th day of Legal #100696
highest bidder in the June, 2009. NOTICE OF APPIICA-
,BCC Board Meeting DONW. HOWARD TION FOR TAX DEED,
Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR-
County Courthouse CUT COURTS TDA Case #: 2009 TD
Crestview, Florida a By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.' 00 9
10:00 a.m. on Friday, 06/24/09 000148S
August 7, 2009., 07/01/09 Notice is hereby given
07/04/09 that Gulf Group Hold-
Dated this 19th day of 07/15/09 ings, as holder, of the
DON W. HOWARD following certificate,
CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal #100693 has filed said certificate
CUIT COURTS for a Tax Reed to be is-
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. NOTICE OF APPLICA- sued thereon. The cer-
06/24/09 TION FOR TAX DEED tificate number and
07/01/09 year of issuance, the
07/0809 TDA Case #: 2009 TD name in which the
07/15/09 000144 C property is assessed
and the description of
Notice is hereby given the property is as fol-
that Gulf Group Hold- lows: .
Legal #100690 ings, as holder of. the Certificate # 836 of
following, certificate, 2007- Assessed to:
NOTICE OF APPLICA- has filed said certificate. SANDRA L WHITE
TION FOR TAX DEED for a Tax Deed to be is- Description: GARNI-
sued thereon. The cer- ERS BCH 7TH c ADDI-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD tificate number and TION BLK C LOT 25
000141 C's year of issuance, the Parcel p ID#:
name in which the 02-2S-24-1007-OOOC-0250
Notice is hereby given property is assessed Opening Bid:
that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of $24,907.81
ings, as holder of the the property is as fol- All of said property be-
following certificate lows: ing in the County of
hasfiled said certificate Certificate # 1012 of Okaloosa, State of Flor-
for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to: ida.
sued thereon. The cr- .CHARLES EARNEST Unless the certificate is
tificate number and MATTHEWS redeemed according to
year of issuance, the Description: RES/D law, the property de-
name in which the LOTS 1 & 3 BLK"16 scribed in the certifi-
property is assessed OAKDALE MIN FARMS cate will be sold to the
and the description of LOTS19&20BLK1 highest bidder in the
the erty is as fol- Parcel ID#: BCC Board Meeting
lo propw 04-3N-23-1844-0001 Room at the Okaloosa
Certificate # 1324 of -0190 Opening Bid: County Courthouse,
2007 Assessed to: $16,386.24 Crestview, Florida at
PRICE, DONALD H & All of said property be- 10:00 a.i. oh Friday,
DEBORAH ing in the County of August 7, 2009.
Description: BEG 217.2 Okaloosa, State of Flor-
FT N & 847.97 FT W ida. Dated this 19th day, of
SE COR OF NE1/4 OF Unless the certificate is June, 2009.
SE1/4 S214.13 FT S54 redeemed according to
DEG W278.22 FT 76 law, the property de- DON W. HOWARD
DEG W312.8 FT scribed In the certifi- CLERK OF. THE CIR-
W262.26 FT N427.86 cate will be sold to the CUIT.COURTS
FT N30 DEG E307.05" highest bidder in the By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
FT E636.18 FT S231 87 BCC Board Meeting
FT TO BEG 1140/1322 Room at the Okaloosa 06/24/9
EX PART SOLD County Courthouse, 07/01/09
Parcel ID#: Crestview, Florida at 07/08/09
08-3N-22-0000-0001 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/15/09
0210 Opening Bid: August7,2009.
$13,606.44 Legal # 100697
All of said property be- Dated this 19th day of
ing in the County of June,.2009. NOTICE OF APPLICA-
.. ga1,aLe of Fbo, DoN T.OHOWA:N '" "icN FOR TAX DEED
Unless ine ert srh, -., CLE"R -F TH. CIR TDA Case .'.9 TD
-redeemed according to C.iTCOLRTS... 00
law, the property de B Gu ..C C "


scribed in the certifi- Notice is hereby given
cate will be sold to the 06/24/09 that Gulf Group Hold-
highest bidder in the 07/01/09 ings, as holder of the
BCC Board Meeting 07/08/09 following certificate,
Room at the Okaloosa 07/24/09 has filed said certificate
County Courthouse, for a Tax Deed to be is-
Crestview, Florida at Legal # 100694 sued thereon. The cer-
10:00 a.m. on Friday, -tificate number and
August 7, 2009. NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the
TION FOR TAX DEED name in which the
SDated this 19th day of property is assessed
June, 2009. TDA Case #: 2009 TD and the description of
000145 S the property is as fol-
DON W. HOWARD lows:
CLERK OF THE CIR'- Notice, is hereby given Certificate # 2045 of
QUIT COURTS that Gulf Group Hold- 2007 Assessed to:
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. ings, as, holder of the KENNETH L CAMP-
06/24/09 following certificate, BELL
07/01/09 has filed said certificate Description: BEG 510
07/08/09 for a Tax Deed to be is- FT S & 760 FT W OF
07/15/09 sued thereon. The cer- NE COR OF SE1/4 OF
tificate number and SE1/4 W100 FT S1138


Classifieds


Wednesday, July 8, 2009


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FT SE Z LG RR lI a ir,% e r- .p -i, -le you and you are re- .',,ir, d,a -. ,iT 1 ,1,- 3,- au -d r. ;, Tr,, ,: ,r. -i 4 '; .-' e,] ti.
N1170 TO BEG SECS scribed in the certifi- quired to serve a copy ing special accommo- tificate number and CANDY L BEVILLE
15 & 22 LOT 8 BLK cate will be sold to the of your written de- dation to participate in year of issuance, the Description: CHATEAU
50PP 2ND ADD highest bidder in the fenses, if any, to it, on this proceeding should name in which the PRES DE LA MER LOT
876/748 BCC Board Meeting Nwabufo Umunna, At- contact Court Adminis- property is assessed 14 BLK A
Parcel ID#: Room at the Okaloosa torney for Plaintiff, tration at 101 James and the description of Parcel ID#:
15-3N-23-0000-0073- County Courthouse, whose address is 2901 Lee Boulevard East, the property is as fol- 17-2S-25-0400-OOOA-01
0280 Opening Bid: Crestview, Florida at Stirling Road, Suite Crestview, FL,. lows: 40 Opening Bid:
$20,130.17 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 300, Fort Lauderdale, 32536-3515; telephone Certificate # 1554 of $62,696.42
All of said property be- August 7, 2009. Florida 3312 either on number (850) 2007 Assessed to: D All of said property be-
ing in the County of or before August 10, 689-5000, Extension & B LLC ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Dated this 19th day of 2009, and file the origi- 7497, prior to the pro- Description: LOT 62 Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida. June, 2009. nal with the Clerk of ceeding. or Shalimar CO SW COR E3185.34 ida.
Unless the certificate is this Court either before (850) 651-7497 > FT TO POB N315 FT Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to DON W. HOWARD service on Plaintiff's at- E153.28 FT S315 FT redeemed according to
law, the property de- CLERK OF THE CIR- torney or immediately IMPORTANT W153.28 FT TO POB law, the property de-
scribed .in the certifi- CUIT COURTS thereafter; otherwise a Parcel ID#: scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. default will be entered In accordance with 10-2N-24-0000-0002-10 cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the 06/24/09 against you for the re- the Ameri6ans with Dis- 70 Opening Bid: highest bidder in the
BCC Board- Meeting 07/01/09 lief demanded in the abilities Act, persons $1,121.59 BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa 07/08/09 complaint, with disabilities need- All of said property be- Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 07/15/09 ing special accommo- ing in the County of County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at WITNESS my hand and dation to participate in Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, Florida at
10:00 am. on Friday, Legal # 100701 the seal of this Court this proceeding should ida. 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
August 7, 2009. this 26 day of June, contact Court Adminis- Unless the certificate is August 7, 2009.
IN THE CIRCUIT 2009. tration at 1250 N. Eglin redeemed according to
Dated this 19th day of COURT OF THE Parkway, Shalimar, FL, law, the property de- Dated this 19th day. of
June, 2009. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Don W. Howard 32579; telephone num- scribed in the certifi- June, 2009.
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN As Clerkof the Court ber (850) 651-7497, cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD
DONW. HOWARD AND FOR OKALOOSA By: Beth McDonald prior to the proceeding. -highest bidder in the CLERK OF THE CIR-
CLERK OF THE CIR- COUNTY, FLORIDA As Deputy Clerk 07/08/09 BCC Board Meeting CUlT COURTS
CUIT COURTS PROBATE DIVISION 07/15/09 Room at the Okaloosa
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. CASE NO. A copy of this Notice of County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
06/24/09 2009-CP-619'C Action, Complaint and Legal # 100709 Crestview, Florida at
07/01/09 Lis Pendens were sent 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 6/24/2009
07/08/09 IN RE: ESTATE OF to the defendants and IN THE CIRCUIT August 7, 2009. 7/1/2009
07/15/09 JOHN VIRGIL ETHERI- address named above. COURT IN THE FIRST. 7/8/2009
DGE, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Dated this 19th day of 7/15/2009
Legal # 100697 Deceased In accordance with the AND FOR OKALOOSA June, 2009. -------------0
American with Disabili- COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGAL#120260
NOTICE OF APPLICA- NOTICE TO CREDI- ties Act, persons need- CASE NO.: DON W. HOWARD
TION FOR TAX DEED TORS ing a reasonable ac- 08-CA-4844 DIVISION: CLERK OF THE CIR NOTICE OF APPLICA-
commodation to partic- CUIT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD TO ALL PERSONS, ipate in this proceeding COMPASS BANK By: Lisa LGuia, DC
000162 C HAVING CLAIMS OR should, no later than Plaintiff, By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. TDA Case #: 2009 TD
I DEMANDS AGAINST seven (7) days pripr, 000166 C
-Notice is hereby given THE ABOVE ESTATE: contact the Clerk of the vs. 6/24/2009
that Gulf Group Hold- Court's disability coor- 7/1/2009 Notice is hereby given
ings, as 'holder of the You are hereby notified dinator at TERRANCE ROLAND 7/8/2009 that Gulf Group Hold-
following certificate, that an OJder of Sum- 8506517491250 N REEVES a/k/a 7/15/2009 ings, as holder of the
has filed said certificate mary Administration EGLIN PKWY SUITE ROLAND REEVES MD following certificate,
for a Tax Deed to be is- has been entered in the A114, SHALIMAR FL and ALTHEA ELAINE LEGAL#120257 has filed said certificate
sued thereon. The car-. Estate of JOHN VIRGIL 32579. If hearing im- REEVES a/k/a ALTHEA for a Tax Deed to be is-
tificate number. and ETHERIDGE, de- paired, contact (TDD) E. REEVES, NOTICE OF APPLICA- sued thereon. The cer-
year of issuance, the ceased, File Number 8009558771 via Florida Defendants. TION FOR TAX DEED tificate number and
name in which the 2009 CP 000619, by Relay System. year of issuance, the
property is assessed the Circuit. Court for .. TDA Case #: 2009 TD name in which the
and the description of Okaloosa County, Flor-. This is an attempt to NOTICE OF ACTION 000163S property is assessed
the property is as fol- ida, Probate Division; collect a debt.. Any in- and the description of
lows: "the address of which is formation obtained TO: TERRANCE RO- Notice is hereby gwven the, property is as fol-
Certificate # 1182 of 101 East James Lee will be used for that LAND REEVES a/k/a that Gulf Group Hold- lows:
2007 Assessed to: Boulevard,' Crestview, purpose. ROLAND REEVES MD ings, as holder of the Certificate # 1230 of
LEONARD L RICH Florida 32536; that the 1111 Santa Rosa Blvd., following certificate, 2007 Assessed to:
Description: COM SW decedent's date of 07/08/09 #109 has filed said certificate WILLIAM R MCKELVY
COR OFSE1/4 N80 FT death was December 5, 07/15/09 Ft., Walton Beach, FL for a Tax Deed to be is- Description: MORRIS
TO POB N539 FT TO 2008; that the total 32548 sued thereon. The cer- ADD BAKER LOTS 1 --
CREEK NELY ALG value of the estate is Legal # 100708 Last Known Aoress tificate number and 7,& S1/2 LOT 8 & ALL
CREEK 400 S728 FT $48,700.00, and the the CURRENT ADDRESS year of issuance, the LOT 13 & PART VA-
W350 FTTO POB names and addresses IN THE CIRCUIT UNKNOWN name in which the CATED ALLEYS &
Parcel ID#: of those to whom it has COURT OF THE property is assessed PART,N20 FT OF LEE
06-2N-24-0000-0007- been assigned by such FJRST JUDICIAL CIR- ALTHEA ELAINE and the description of AVE
0020 Opening Bid: order are: CUIT REEVES a/k/a ALTHEA the property is as fol- Parcel ID#:
$1,554.91 IN AND FOR E. REEVES lows: 06-3N-24-1660-0003-00
All of said property'be- Name OKALOOSA COUNTY, 424 E. Ave. Certificate # 2622 of 10 Opening Bid:
ing in the County of KATHLEEN ETHERI- FLORIDA Coronado, CA 92118 2007 Assessed to: $1,974.33.
Okaloosa, State of Flor- DGE CIVIL ACTION LAST Known Address SHEILA & EDMUND All of said property be-
ida ADDRESS CURRENT ADDRESS ASSON ing in the County of
Unless the certificate is 6882 Highway 189 N WELLS FARGO BANK, UNKNOWN Description: PARISH Okaloosa, State of Flor-
redeemed according to Baker, Florida 32531 NA SUCCESSOR BY POINT LOT 46 ida. '
law, the property de- MERGER TO WELLS YOU ARE NOTIFIED Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is
scribed in the certifi- ALL INTERESTED PJ FARGO; HOME MORT- that an action to fore- 21-2S-25-0000-0002-04 redeemed according to
cate will be sold to the SONS ARE NOTIFIED GAGE, INC., close a mortgage on 60 Opening Bid: law, the property de-
highest bidder in the THAT: Plaintiff, i the following property $1,729.57 scribed in the certifi-
BCC Board, Meeting CASE NO.: in Okaloosa/ County, All of said property be- cate will. be sold to the
Room at the Okaloosa All creditors of the es- 46-2009-CA-003506 Florida: ing in the County of highest bidder' in the
County Courthouse, tate of the decedent vs.DIVISION:. Okaloosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meeting
Crestview, Florida at and persons having LOTS 3 AND 4, ida. / Room at the Okaloosa
10:00 a.m. on Friday, claims or demands TIMOTHY LEWIS, AS BLOCK 17, BAYVIEW Unless the certificate is County Courthouse,
August 7, 2009 against the estate of TRUSTEE OF THE SUBDIVISION, AC- redeemed according to Crestview, Florida at
the decedent other PAYNE LAND TRUST CORDING TO MAP law, the property de- 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
Dated this 19th day of than those for whom et al, OR PLAT THEREOF scribed in the certifi- August 7,2009.
June, 2009. provision for payment Defendant(s). AS RECORDED IN cate.will be sold to the
DON W. HOWARD was made in the Order PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE highest bidder in the Dated this 19th day of
CLERK OF THE CIR- of Summary Adminis- NOTICE OF ACTION 26 OF THE PUBLIC BCC Board Meeting June, 2009.
CUlT COURTS tration must file their . RECORDS OF Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. claims with this court TO: OKALOOSA COUNTY, County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR-
06/24/09 WITHIN THE TIME PE- THE UNKNOWN BEN- FLORIDA. Crestview, Florida at CUIT COURTS
07/01/09 IRIODS SET FORTH IN EFICIARIES. OF THE 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
07/08/09 SECTION 733.702 OF PAYNE LAND TRUST And which postal ad- August 7, 2009. By:.Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
07/15/09 THE FLORIDA PRO- dress is: 903
BATE CODE. LAST. KNOWN AD- Beachview Drive, N.E., Dated this 19th day of 6/24/2009
Legal # 100698 DRESS: UNKNOWN Fort Walton Beach, FI June, 2009. 7/1/2009
ALL CLAIMS AND DE- 32547 DON W. HOWARD 7/8/2009
NOTICE OF APPLICA- MANDS NOT.SO FILED CURRENT ADDRESS: CLERK OF THE CIR- 7/15/2Q09
TION FOR TAX DEED WILL BE FOREVER UNKNOWN' has been filed against CUIT COURTS
BARRED. you and you are re- -LEGAL#120261
TDA Case #: 2009 TD ANY AND ALL UN- quired to serve a copy By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. .
000151 C NOTWITHSTANDING KNOWN PARTIES of your written de- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
ANY OTHER APPLICA- CLAIMING BY, fenses, if any, to it on 6/24/2009 TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given BLE TIME PERIODS, THROUGH, UNDER, Mark J. Home,' the 7/1/2009
that Gulf Group Hold- ANY CLAIM 'FILED AND AGAINST THE Plaintiff's attorney 7/8/2009 TDA Case #: 2009 TD
ings, as holder of the TWO (2) OR MORE HEREIN NAMED INDI- whose address is 720 7/15/2009 000167 C
following certificate YEARS AFTER THE VIDUAL DEFEND- Blackstone Building, 4
has filed said certificate DECEDENT'S DATE OF ANT(S) WHO ARE Jacksonville, Florida, LEGAL#120258 Notice is hereby given
for a Tdx Deed to be is- DEATH IS BARRED. NOT KNOWN TO BE 32202, on or before Au- that Gulf Group Hold-
sued thereon. The cer- DEAD OR ALIVE, gust 13, 2009, of the NOTICE OF APPLICA- wings, as holder of the
tificate number and THE DATE OF FIRST WHETHER SAID UN- Notice of Action, and. TION FOR TAX DEED following certificate,
year of issuance, the PUBLICATION OF KNOWN PARTIES file the original with has filed said certificate
name in which the THIS NOTICE IS JULY MAY CLAIM AN IN- the Clerk of this Court TDA Case #: 2009 TD for a Tax Deed to be is-
property is assessed 1,2009, TEREST AS SPOUSE, either before service on 000164 C sued thereon.. The cer-
and the description of HEIRS, DEVISEES, the Pliantiff's attorney tificate number and
the property is.as fol- ATTORNEY FOR PER- GRANTEES, OR or immediately thereaf- Notice is hereby given year of. issuance, the
lows: SON GIVING NOTICE: OTHER CLAIMANTS ter; otherwise a de- that Gulf Group Hold- name in which the
Certificate # 3148 of BEN L. HOLLEY- .' fault will be entered ings, as holder of the property is assessed
2007 Assessed to: RO. Box 1238 LAST KNOWN AD- against you for the re- following certificate, and the description of
CLAYTON S. Crestview, Florida DRESS: UNKNOWN lief demanded in the has filed said certificate the property is as fol-
MONTAYNE EST 32536 Complaint or petition. for a Tax Deed to be is- lows:-
Description: PAGE 850-682-2331 CURRENT ADDRESS: sued thereon. The cer- Certificate # 2638 of
PLACE S/D.75 FT LY- FLA BAR # 0036838 UNKNOWN DATED on June 29, tificate number and 2007 Assessed to:
ING 'NORTH OF LOT 5 2009. year of issuance,, the KNU P VIAYAIlET
BLKC PERSON GIVING, NO- na(ne in which the Description: MORRIS
Parcel ID#: TICE: I YOU ARE NOTI- DON W. HOWARD property is assessed ADD CRESTVIEW
32-3N-23-303A-OOOC- KATHLEEN ETHERI- FIED that an action to CLERK OF THE and the description of LOTS 38 & 39 BLK 10
005A Opening Bid: DGE foreclose a mortgage COURT the property is as fol- Parcel ID#:
$1,638.19 6882 Highway 189 N on the following prop- BY: Aunita Cantrall lows: 21-3N-23-1670-0010-03
All of 'said property be- Baker, Florida 32531 erty, in' OKALOOSA AS DEPUTY CLERK Certificate # 2857 of 80 Opening Bid:
ing in the County of County, Florida: 2007 Assessed. to: $2,463.66
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 07/01/09 07/08/09 MARVIN W MARTIN All of said property be-
ida. 07/08/09 LOT 21, BLOCK 2, 07/11/09 Description: BEG, 363 ing in the County of
Unless the certificate is CASA LOMA FIRST FT E OF NW COR OF Okaloosa, State of Flor-
redeemed according to Legal # 100707 ADDITION, ACCORD- Legal # 120270 SW1/4 OF NW1/4 E175 ida.
law, the property de- ING TO THE PLAT FT S260 FT W175 FT Unless the certificate is
scribed in the certifi- IN THE CIRCUIT THEREOF, RE- PUBLIC AUCTION N260 FT TO BEG redeemed according to
cate will be sold to the COURT OF THE CORDED IN PLAT Pursuant to Section Parcel ID#: law, the property de-
highest bidder in 'the FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- BOOK 3, PAGE 33, OF 713.75, Florida Statues, 25-4N-23-0000-0015-00 scribed in the certifi-
BCC Board Meeting CUIT OF FLORIDA IN THE PUBLIC REC- there will be a public 1A Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the
Room at the Okaloosa AND FOR OKALOOSA ORDS OF OKALOOSA auction 07/20/2009, at 1,785.72 highest bidder in the
County Courthouse, COUNTY CASE NO. COUNTY, FLORIDA 9:00AM for the follow- All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting
Crestview, Florida at 2009 CA 002584 S ing vehicles ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa
10:00 a.n. on Friday, has been filed against Okaloosa, State, of Flor- County Courthouse,
August 7,2009. U.S. BANK, NATIONAL you and you are re- 2003 Land Rover ida. Crestview, Florida ,at
S ASSOCIATION, AS quired to serve a copy VIN#SALTL16423A777 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
Dated this 19th day of TRUSTEE FOR MASTR of your written de- 839 Unless the certificate is August 7 2009. -
June, 2009. 2007-1, fenses, if any, on or redeemed according to
DON W. HOWARD Plaintiff, before August 13, The auction will be held law, the property de- Dated this 19th day of
CLERK OF THE CIR- .2009, on Florida De- at 956 W. James Lee scribed in the certifi- June, 2009.
CUlT COURTS vs. fault Law Group, PL., Blvd, Crestview, FI cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. Plaintiffs attorney, 32536, Crestview Paint highest bidder in the CLERK OF THE CIR-
06/24/09, HAL S. MULLINS, et al, whose address is 9119 & Body has the right to BCC Board Meeting CUlT COURTS
07/01/09 Defendants, Corporate Lake Drive, turn down any and all Room at the Okaloosa
07/08/09 Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- bids County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
07/15/09 NOTICE OF ACTION ida 33634, and file the Crestview, Florida at
original with this Court 7/8/2009 .10:00 a.m. on Friday, 6/24/2009
Legal #100699 TO: HAL S. MULLINS either before service on _______August 7,2009. 7/1/2009
Whose residence is: Plaintiff's attorney or LEQAL#120268 7/8/2009
NOTICE.OF APPLICA- 4794 OCEAN BLVD., immediately thereafter; Dated this 19th day of 7/15/2009
TION FOR TAX DEED DESTIN, FL 32541 & 37 otherwise a default will Notice of Sale For June, 2009. ------
CONCH CAY, DESTIN, be entered against you Storage LEGAL#120262
TDA Case #: 2009 TD FL 32541 for the relief demanded DON W. HOWARD
000152 C in the Complaint or pe- Household goods be- CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
If alive, and if deadall tition. longing to the parties CUlT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given parties claiming in in- named below and L- .
that Gulf Group'Hold- terest by, through, un- This notice shall be listed by unit number ^y:,s ua, Deputy TDA Case #: 2009 TD
wings, as holder of the der or against HAL S. published once each will be sold at public Clerk 000168 C
following certificate, MULLINS and all par- week for two consecu- sale by American Self
has filed said certificate ties having or claiming tive weeks in the Crest- Storage, 1501 E. .6/24/2009 Notice is hereby given
i,:,r a T^.Ded lo re ts. s.',e any righi iiJa view News Bulletin. James Lee Blvd, Crest- 7/1/2009 that Gulf Group Hold-
sued I fereon. Tne-cer."''Inferest -in the prop- view, FL 32539 @ 7/8/2009 ings, as holder of the
tificate number and erty described herein. WITNESS my hand and 10:00 a.m. July 17, 7/15/2009 following certificate,
year of issuance, the the seal of this Court 2009. Unless charges ,GAL, ,-# has filed said certificate
name in which the YOU ARE NOTIFIED on this 29 day of June, are paid in full before LEGAL#120259 for a Tax Deed to be is
property is assessed than an action for Fore- 2009. the time of sale. F AP sued thereon. The cer-
and the description of closure of Mortgage on NOTICE 0APPLICA- tificate number and
the property is as fol- the following described Don W. Howard Unit#B117 TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the


lows: property: ulerk of me uourt James Peterson name in which the
Certificate # 3395 of TDA Case #: 2009 TD property is assessed
2007 Assessed to: LOT 81, DESTINY BY By: Auntia Cantrall 7/1/2009 000165 S and the description 'of
ISLAND RIVER REALTY THE SEA, A PLANNED As Deputy Clerk 7/8/2009 Notice is hereby giv the property is as fol-
LLC UNIT DEVELOPMENT, Invoice to & Copy to: _________Notice is hereby givenlows:
Description: COM NW ACCORDING TO THE Florida Default Law LEGAL#120256 that Gulf Group Hold- Certificate # 2426 of
COR 4884 FT TO POB PLAT THEREOF, AS Group, RL. LEGAL#120256 ings, as holder of the 2007 Assessed to:
S258 FT E660 FT N258TOOB RECORDED IN PLAT PAGE 21 O. Box 25018 NOTICE OF APPLICA- following certificate, BERRY E COSSON
FT W660 FT TO POB BOOK 16, AT PAGE 21 Tampa,20 Florida TIONFOR TAX DEED haf ddcertict Descri COM SW
Parcel ID#: AND. 22, OF THE PUB- 33622-5018 TION FOR TAX DEED has filed Said certificate Description: COM SW
36-3N-25-0000-0007- LIC RECORDS OF NMNC-SPECFNMA-R-k TDA Case #: 2009 TD sued thereon. The cer- DEG E1911.25 FT N4
015A Opening Bid: OKALOOSA COUNTY, hartmaier-F09061946 00174 C tificate number and DEG E450.93 FT N68
$1,219.08 FLORIDA **See Americans with 000174 Cyear of issuance, the DEG W656.8 FT TO
All of said. property be- Disabilities Act Notice is hereby given name in which the POB N68 DEG W125
ing in the County of a/k/a 4794 OCEAN IMPORTANT that Gulf Group Hold- property is assessed FT N4 DEG W240 FT
ida. 32541 In accordance wiBth ings, as holder of the and the description of E250.6 FT S70 FT
ida.Unless the certificate is the Americans with Dis following certificate, the property is as fol- W122 FT N215.3 FT TO
redUnless the certificate has been filed against abilities Act, persos hasfiled said certificate lows:OB
s for a Tax Deed to be is- Certificate # 2253 of Parcel ID#:
redeme acordng o as eenfild aaint biltie Ac, prsos orarTaeDed t beis






Wednesday. July 8. 2009


Classifieds


Crestview News Bulletin I B9


18-3N-22-0000-0001-AO
20 Opening Bid:
$1,451.17
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, JVeeting
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.
6/24/2009
7/1/2009
7/8/2009
7/15/2009


LEGAL#120264 WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,.
NOTICE OF APPLICA- PlaintiffI
TION FOR TAX DEED
vs.
TDA Case #: 2009 TD O .
000171 S RONALD R. WILLIAMS
S, t al,
Notice. is hereby given Defendant(s).
that Gulf Group Hold- NOTICE OF ACTION
ings, as holder of the NOTICE OF ACTION
following certificate,
has filed said' certificate TO:
for a Tax Deed to be is- RONALD R. WILLIAMS
sued thereon. The cer- LAST KNOWN AD-
tificate number and DRESS: 125 PHIL-
year of issuance, the LIPS DRIVE
name in which the CRESTVIEW, FL
property is assessed 32536
Sand the. description of
the property is as fol- CURRENT ADDRESS:
lows: UNKNOWN
Certificate # 1480 ofLLIAMS
2007 Assessed to: WANDAWILLIAMS
MARSBY &ESSIE LAST KNOWN AD-
TRIBUE, JR DRESS: 125 PHIL-
Description- SYLANIA LIPS DRIVE
HTS S/D LOT 7 BLK 3 CRESTVIEW, FL
Parcel ID#: 32536
09-2S-24-244A-0003- ADRESS:
07 Opening Bid: CURRENT ADDRESS:
$1,881.40nng UNKNOWN
All of said property be-
ing in-the County of ANY AND ALL UN-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- KNOWN PARTIES
ida. CLAIMING BY,
Unless the certificate is THROUGH, UNDER,
redeemed according to AND AGAINST. THE
law, the property de- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
scribed in the certifi- VIDUAL DEFEND-.
cate will be sold to the ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
highest bidder in the KNOWN TO BE DEAD
BCC Board Meeting OR ALIVE, WHETHER,
Room at the Okaloosa SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
County Courthouse, TIES MAY CLAIM AN
Crestview, Florida at INTEREST AS
10:00 a.m. on Friday, SPOUSE', HEIRS, DE-
August 7,2009. VISEES, GRANTEES,
b 7 .- OR OTHER CLAIM-
Dated this 19th day of ANTS
June, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD LAST KNOWN
CLERK OF THE CIR- ADDRESS:UNKNOWN
CUIT COURTS CURRENT ADDRESS:
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. UNKNOWN
6/24/2009
7/1/2009 YOU ARE NOTIFIED'
7/8/2009 that an action to fore-
7/15/2009 close a .mortgage on
___________ the following property
LEGAL#120265 in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
NOTICE OF APPLICA- LOT 23, BLOCK H,
TION FOR TAX DEED ADAMS-POWELL SUB-
DIVISION, AS RE-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD CORDED IN PLAT
000172 S BOOK 2, AT PAGE 122
AND LOT 24 AND THE
Notice is hereby given EASTHALF OF LOT
that Gulf Group Hold- 25, BLOCK H, PAGE-
ings, as holder of the TWO D\A,, OF
folwing certific ADAMS-POWELL SUB-
following certificate, r ;i-/ioi"M Arr "
has-filed said certificate DIVISION, ACCORD-
for a Tax Deed'to be is- IG TO THE PLAT
sued, thereon. The cer- THEREOF, AS R
tificate. number and CORDED IN PLAT
year of issuance, the BOOK 2, PAGE 177,
name in which thOe OF THE PUBLIC RECO
property is assessed ORDS OF'OKALOOSA
and the description of COUNTY, FLORIDA.
the property is as fol- has been filed against
lows: is as fol-you and you are re-
Certificate # 1676 of quired to serve a copy
2007 Assessed to: of your written de-.
L.M. & EILEEN S VAN senses, if any, on or
BOXTEL before August 10,
Description: VALPA- 2009, on Florida De-
RASO PLAT 1 LOT 22 fault Law Group, L.,
BLK 24 Plaintiffs attorney,
Parcel ID#- whose address is 9119
12-1S-23-253A-0024- Corporate Lake Drive,
0202 Suite 300, ,Tampa, Flor-
20 Opening Bid: ida 33634, and file the
$39,767.73 original with this Court-
All of said property be- either before service on
ing in the County of Plaintiff's attorney or
Okaloosa, State of Flor- immediately thereafter;
daloosa, State of Fl otherwise a default will
Unless the certificate is *be entered against you
redeemed according to for the relief demanded
law, the property de- in the Complaint or pe-
scribed in the certifi- tuition.
cate will be .sold to the This notice shall be
highest bidder in the published once each
B3C CBoard Meeting week for two consecu-
Room at the Okaloosa tive weeks in the, Crest-,
County Courthouse view News Bulletin.
Crestview, Florida ai WITNESS my hand and
10:00 am. on Friday, the seal of this Court
August 7, 2009 on this-24 day of June,
S2009.
Dated this 19th day of
June, 2009. Don W. Howard
DON W. HOWARD Clerk of the Court
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS By:Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C, Florida Default Law
6/24/2009 Group, RL.
7/1/2009 RO. Box 25018
7/8/2009 Tampa, Florida
7/15/2009 33622-5018
LEGAL#120266 IMPORTANT
NOTICE OF APPLICA- In accordance with the
TION FOR TAX DEED Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
TDA Case #: 2009 TD with disabilities need-
000173 S ig special accommo-
dation to participate in
Notice is hereby given this proceeding should
that Gulf Group Hold- contact Court Adminis-
ings, as holder of the tration at 101 James'
ings, as holder of thLee Boulevard East,
following certificate, Lee Boulevard East,
has filed said certificate Crestview, hFL
for a Tax Deed to be is- 32536-3515; telephone
sued thereon. The cer- number (850)
tificate number and 689-5000, Extension
year of issuance, the 7497, prior to the pro-
name in which the feeding. or Shalimar
property is assessed (850) 651-7497
and the description of IMPORTANT
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 227 of
2007 Assessed to:
SCHWEIZER &
SCHWEIZER LTD PNTR
Description: GREEN-
REEF T/H PHASE II
Parcel ID#: S
00-2S-22-1076-0000-01
30 Opening Bid:
$28,104.24 ;
All of said property be- , c
ing in the County of i0
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi- Eagle's Landing is lo
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the on PJ Adams, turn le
BCC Board Meeting right into Eagle's Lar


Room ai ir Oi-'alos.,a
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.
6/24/2009
7/1/2009
7/8/2009
7/15/2009
LEGAL#120273
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO: 46-2009-CA-00
3223 FILE NO:
F09057581


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In accordance with the ANTIQUES Clock Re-
Americans with Disa- pair: Grandfathers,
abilities Act, persons Mantels, Cuckoo, Any
with disabilities need- Type of Clocks- 211 N.
ing special accommo- Main St. Call 689-1007
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, I 3130
32579; telephone num- Florida Land Auctions
ber (850). 651-7497, Magnolia Bay Hunting
prior to the proceeding. Plantation 596 +/- ac-
res. Jefferson County.
7/8/2009 July 9 10 am. United
7/15/2009 Country Certified Real
Estate. www. Certified
LEGALS#120263 R e a I E s t a t e
Auctions.corn
NOTICE OF APPLICA- (800)711-9175 AU2726
TION FOR TAX DEED 10%BP
TDA Case #: 2009 TD IRS Public Auction July
000169 C 10th Registration 9am
Auction 10am. Sale Lo-
Notice is hereby given cation: Orange County
that Gulf Group Hold- Courthouse 425 N. Or-
ings, as holder of the ange Ave Ste 180 Or-
following certificate, lando. Auction Proper-
has filed said certificate ties located in Apopka
for a Tax Deed to be is- and Orlando. www.
sued thereon. The cer- irsauctions.gov or Con-
tificate, number and tact Sharon W. Sullivan
year of issuance, the (954) 654-9899 Sharon.
name in which the W.Sullivan@irs.gov
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows: | 3150
Certificate # 2924 of
2007 Assessed to: Metal Roofing. 40 yr
LORIN H JENNINGS Warranty-Buy direct
Description: COM NE from manufacturer
COR SE1/4 OF NE1/4 30/colors in stock, w/all
W2411 FT W228 FT accessories. Quick turn
S874 FT TO P0 4E296 around. Delivery availa-
FT S363 FT W240 FT ble. Gulf Coast Supply
S180 FT W31 FT N552 & Mfg, (888)393-0335 .
FT TO POB GulfCoastSupply.com
Parcel ID#:
26-6N-23-Op00-0002-00
30 Opening Bid:
$1,385.48 [. '-3220
All of said property be- All new Pillowtop Mat-
ing in the County of tress Queen/box spring
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Fact. warr. $169 Can
Unless the certificate is deliver. 850-471-0330.
redeemed according to Chase Lounge Good.
law, the property de- Cond. $250 call
scribed in the certifi-' 683-0454
cate will be sold to the
highest' bidder in the Church Furniture. Does
BCC Board Meeting your church need
Room at the Okaloosa pews, pulpit set, bap-
County Courthouse, tistery, steeple, win-
Crestview, Florida at dows? Big Sale on new
10:00 a.m. on Friday, cushioned pews and
August 7, 2009. cushions for hard
pews. (800)231-8360.
Dated this 19th day of www.pewsl.com
June, 2009OWARD King Pillowtop mat-
DON W. HOWARD ress & box set, still
CLERK OF THE CIR- sealed. Ware. $235. 850
CUlT COURTS 471-0330 Can deliver
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. Mattress and Box Set,
Full Size Still sealed'
6/24/2009 from factory, new,
7/1/2009 $135. 850 471-0330
7/5/2009 Microfiber Sofa-$300,
7/15/2009Loveseat-$275 Both
$500 Lifetime warr New
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some compensa- Southgate Plaza. Un- Crestview- Newly re-
tion. References furnished unit $625. modeled duplex, 3 br,
needed Crestview Furnished (plush) of- 1 ba, CH&A, W/D hkup Crestview- 2 br MH
area Fax or e-mail ice, $825. Ready to $575/mo, $450dd. Call $500/mo +$500 dep.
Info: (850)398-8065 move in! 850 651-9900 683-5759 No pets. 682-8867 or
Ijlmgann@cox.net Ask to speak to Buddy, 682-6514 leave msg.
or Call 850-826-0228 Byron, or Sonya
Professional Office
building for Lease Trn V Crestview- Remodeled
M1, 1000sf. 101 Duggan AIW U 2br, 1ba, Quiet park.
Ave. (Next to Eglin N No pets. $450 mo+dd
4130 I FCU) Call 621-0046 850-585-8192
--- Janet Johnson 850-585-892
$600 Weekly Poten- J Realty, Inc.
tial$$$ Helping the gov- -------
ernment PT. No Experi- | 6110 Equal Housing -- -----
ence. No Selling. Call: Opportunity
(888)213-5225 $99 Move In Opportunity
Ad Code: M Special! 682-1800
Crestview- Quiet well- '
Airlines Are Hiring maintained 2 br, 1 be, Baker
Train for high paying total electric 585-6985 1724 Hwy90
Aviation Maintenance 3 br, 2 ba; $675
Career. FAA approved Crestview
rogram Financial aid W 114 Hampton,T.... 5.
avaiflaie. Call Av- gin n iw 2 br, 1.5 be; $53.5 7100- Homes
atitae f al v- ition 0118 Hampton, 7105- Open Houses
Institute of Mainte- Crestview- 2 BR, 1 BA 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535 7110 Beach Home/
nance (888)349-5387. $500. mo $500. dep no 238 Runnymeade Dr, Property
pets Call 850-398-5757 2 br, 1.5 be, $595 7120- Commercial
Assemble Christian or 850-420-1517 214Virginia St 7130 Condo/Townhouse
dollhouse items at o 7140 Farms & Ranches
home. Visit http://www. Crestview Bent Creek 2br, 1.5 be, $650, 7150 Lots and Acreage
ChristianMiniatures.com Apts, II Vouchers Ac- 2464 Kingston Rd, 7160 Mobile Homes
or call us, toll-free, at cepted. Rental assis- 3 br, 1.5 be; $650 7170- waterfront
(800)472-9887 for more tance may be avail. 1 & 687 Valley Rd, 7180 Investment
information! Get started 2 BR HC & non-HC ac- 2 br, 1 be; $650 Property
today cessible apts. 209 Bent 206 Virginia Sf, 71900- Out-of-Town
_________ Creek Rd. Crestview, 2br, 1.5 b a$650 Real Estate
Help Wanted. Join FL. Call 850 682-5563, 0216 Virginia St, 7200-Timeshare
Wil-Trans Lease or TDD/TTY 711 Equal 2 br,1 .5 be, $650
Company Driver Pro- Housing Opportunity 0 6020 Gagnon St,
gram. Enjoy our Strong Crestvew I Apa 3br, 2 ba; $695
Crestview I&1Apar-, 575 Pine Ave,
Freight Network. Must ments 3 br, 2 be; $700 7100
be 23. (866)906-2982,' 602 Henderson St,
Now accepting applica- Furn 2 br, 1 be; $725
OTR Drivers for PTLI tions for 1 & 2 BRHC& 0 1090A Farmer St,
Earn up' to 46cpm. No non-HC accessible. Furn. 2 br, 1 be; $725 .r AyV
forced Northeast. 12 apartments for the eld- 0*104 Corwin St, FvEW I
months experience Re- early and the disabled. 2 br, 2.5 ba, $725
quired. No felony or Rental assistance may 0 5292 Opportunity Dr, Bank Owned Prop-
DUI past 5 Years. be'available. Call 3br, 2 be; $ erties Free Lists
(877)740-6262 850-682-5149, 0 5589 Wheeler PI, Cellstate Gulfcoast
www.ptl-inc.com TDD/TTY 711. 1450 3 br, 2 be; $800 Realty 850-472-2500
Coremo Drive, Crest- 6474 Moonlight Ln,850-472-2500
---. view, FL. Equal Hous- 3 br, 2 be; $995
.. .. ing Opportunity. 2405 Mill Run Dr,
Sl Crestview Inn 3 br, 2 be; $850 Crestview Widow
Motel $35 d $165 WK, 0 6451 Moonlight Ln, must sell 3-bedroom
APT $180 Wk. $525 4 3br, 2ba, $895 mrck home 2 bloksm
wk.Call 682-4466 803 Aunt Polly, brick Hwyome 2 blockstview
3 br, 2 bd; $895 Large lot, 1742SF.
*_ 3r40342aRandi,$9 Propert Appraiser
-. 0.. -.3219 Skynight Dr, MVls96 n60 Ng
3br, 2 be; $995 $68,500. plus closing
5100 Business br, 2 ba; $995 to clear title. Call
Opportunities Crestview- Living rm, 0 194 Villacrest Dr, 850-305-6375 for info.
5110 Money to Lend bedroom & bath, fully 3 br, 2 ba; $995
furnished. Cable, W/D 6107 Old Hickory,
S excellent neighborhood 4 br, 2 ba; $1000
$550. mo. includes all 0 6042 Sand Hill Rd, Destin
5 85100 utilities. Call 423-0370 4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250 Destiny West,
04664 Browning Ct,
All Cash Vending Do Crestview, Bent Creek 4 br, 3 ba$1395 By Owner
ing aoApartments 1, Vouchers
you earn $800 in a accepted Rental assis- Commercial Close to the beach,
day? 25 Local Ma- tance may be available. 593 James Lee Blvd,, stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
chines and Candy 1 &21BR, HC&non 1600sf, $1200 2.5 bth on Paradise
$9,995. (888)629-9968 HC accessible apart- Isle. '3255 sqft, neigh-
BO02000033 Call Us: ments. 'borhood pool 3255 sqft, neigh
We will not be under- 209 Bent Creek Road, boyhood pool, tennis,
sold! Crestview, FL. Call aBulit0in20085 r$820s000
S s850-682-5563, N TI T Y ing. Call 830-3287 for show-
Commission topping TDD/TTY 711. Equal ing. Agents welcome.
$400,000+ pd Weekly! Housing Opportunity EW
No Selling / Recruiting NEWLY
Marketing and Recruit- REDUCED
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Code: 2x2. Lock In Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba Crestview 3/1 Duplex Individual, wants to
Your Spot Nowl TH, $700 mo, $725 dd. only $560 mo/$560 dd Individual, wants t
No smoke/pets. Near buy house for
Earn $2,500.00 Weekly Walker Elem. 240-0890 Crestview 2/1 Duplex investment. Call
processing our flyers only $500 mo/$500 dd 651-0987
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