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INSIDE

Local dies
in Holmes
County wreck
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Caught in the
act ofgiving

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Gators
growing
in spirit
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scattered thunderstorms
Sunrise 6:04 a.m.
Sunset 7:41 p.m.

TABLE OF
CONTENTS
RELIGION.:............................. 3
OBITUARY.......................... 3
OUTDOORS............................. 8
EVENTS............................. 10
CLASSIFIEDS..................... 11
SPORTS ........ ..................... 1 4

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BACK IN THE DAY


STERLING PERFORMANCE: Brooklyn Dodger pitching great Dazzy Vance (left) presents
Neal Cobb with the 1954 Minor League batting championship silver bat in Crestview.




Sterling


PERFORM R

Baker resident Neal Cobb hadpro

baseball's highest batting average in 1954


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Many small towns across America
had a professional baseball team back in
the days before every household owned a
television.
By the 1950s, television had become
known as minor league baseball's worst,
enemy as attendance at local ballparks
dropped.
The teams were part of baseball's Class D
league, then the lowest level in professional
baseball. It was the league where rookies
began their climb to the majors and
hometown legends were
ON THE made. Teams were typically
Wl made up of a player-manager,
WEB several veterans long past
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about Class young players with dreams of
about assthe big leagues. They earned
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league a month, worked regular jobs
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Shtml* ._ began in 1936. Over the years,
it consisted of a variety of
teams such as the Crestview Braves, Fort
Walton Jets, Pensacola Senators, Grace\ille
Oilers, Panama City Fliers, Dothan Browns,
Andalusia Reds, Headland Dixie Runners,
Geneva Red Birds, Enterprise Boll Weevils,
Brewton Millers and Evergreen Greenies, to
mention just a few.
One local hometown baseball legend
was Baker native Neal Cobb, who began his
career in the Alabama-Florida League in
1948 and 1949, playing for the Geneva Red
Birds. He played for the Dothan Browns in
1950 and the Fort Walton Jets in 1953.
It was the 1954 season with the Crestview
Braves for which Cobb is best remembered.


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HALL OF FAMER: Neal Cobb's Deep South
Class D Baseball Hall of Fame photo
from the "Deep South Class D Baseball"
Web site.
Cobb gained national recognition
and, according to local newspapers, put
Crestiew on the map when he won the
1954 Minor League batting championship
by posting an extraordinary .432 batting
average. He was presented a full-size
sterling silver Louisville Slugger bat by
Brooklyn Dodger pitching great Dazzy Vance
during ceremonies at the Crestview ballpark.
The city of Crestview proclaimed it Neal
Cobb Day.
The award, which was presented to the
minor league player with the nation's highest
batting average, was officially known as the
John A. "Bud" Hillerich Memorial Award,
named for the man who turned the first
Louisville Slugger bat in 1884
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BOARD

UPDATE



Local rep


breaks


down votes

Thigpen discusses her
position on recent issues
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
District 4 representative Cathy
Thigpen found herself in the.minor-
ity on a pair of key issues Monday
night during the Okaloosa County
School District board meeting in
Crestview.
In a 3-2 vote,
the board rejected
a proposed salary -
contract between
the district and the
teachers' union that
called.for 1.8 percent -
"step" pay increase. CATHY THIGPEN
Thigpen's motion
for a proposed .25 village increase
died after no one on the board sec-
onded a motion to discuss it. The
proposed increase would have creat-
ed more than $4 million more for the
district's capital fund,. which helps
the district purchase new school
buses, renovate buildings and pay
off debts.
"I was surprised with some of the
votes," Thigpen said.
Thigpen was in the majority on a
3-2 vote to approve a pilot program
to privatize custodial services.

Step raises
The vote on the salary contract
sent negotiators for Okaloosa Coun-
ty Schools and the Okaloosa County
Education Association back to'the
drawing, board. The three board
members who voted against the
contract cited the proposed 1.8 per-
cent pay increase for step as a major
problem.
Step, which increases pay based
on education and years spent with
the district, is part of the contract be-
tween the district and its employees
and is different from a raise, union
representatives said.
Three school board members
disagreed. Thigpen was not one of
them.
"The step raise is built into our
budget because it is part of a con-
tract, and I believed we needed to
honor the contract," Thigpen said.
"Do there need to be changes on
whether it should occur every year?
Yes, I believe they should be taken
out of the contract. But I also have
mixed feelings because you want to
reward teachers, help with the cost
of living. And the money was there."
Thigpen said the negotiators will
go back to the table. If the step raise
issue continues to be a sticking point,
the matter could go to mediation.

Millage increase
Thigpen said she made the
motion for a two-year millage in-
crease of .25 mils because she thinks
the district needs a "safety net"
for needed projects or emergencies.
See UPDATE 3


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Local


Saturday, August 1, 2009


News BRIEFS


First candidate
files for 2011
mayoral election
The first hat is in the
ring.
Alan Sampson is the
first person to file to run
for Crestview mayor in the
2011 election, according to
the Okaloosa County Su-
pervisor of Elections Web
site.
Sampson confirmed his
candidacy via e-mail.
Sampson is a retired
Army sergeant. He and his
family have lived in Crest-
view since 1995. He previ-
ously worked as a state cor-
rectional officer at Okaloo-
sa Correctional Institute.
The 2011 Crestview
mayoral election is March
15 of that year.
Four candidates have
filed to run for Okaloosa
County Sheriff in a special
election in 2010.
* Joey Forgione, the
Niceville police detective
sergeant, whose brother
Anthony was killed last
year as a member of the
sheriff's Special Response
Team,
* Rick Hord, a Mary Es-'
ther Republican, former
Sheriff's Office spokesman
and a road deputy supervi-
sor;
* Cesar Morales, a non-
affiliated candidate who
ran against Charlie Morris
in 2000;
* Jerry Vann, a Crest-'
view Republican and re-
tired federal law enforce-
ment officer.
Charlie Morris, who
won the 2008 sheriff's elec-
tion, now faces federal
prison time for running a
Sheriff's Office bonus kick-
back scheme. Instead of a
special election to replace
him, state law allows for a
new race during the 2010
cycle.
- Florida Freedom
Newspapers


Budget hearing
Monday
The Crestview city coun-
cil will hold a workshop at
5 p.m. Monday in council
chambers at City Hall. The
council will discuss its 2009-
10 millage rate and budget.
- Crestview
News Bulletin

FHP releases identity
of Crestview man
killed in crash
HOLMES COUNTY - The
Florida Highway Patrol
has released the name of
a driver killed July 13 in a
crash on Interstate 10.
Michael E. Reeb, who
was 33, lost control of his
1995 Mercury and left the
roadway, where his car
struck a number of trees in
the median.
One of his passengers,
52-year-old Eric S. Beyer
of Mobile, was ejected and
critically injured. William C.
Zimmerman, a 45-year-old
Mobile man, was seriously
injured. Kenneth S. Noll, a
48-year-old Pensacola man,
had minor injuries.
Noll was the only occu-
pant wearing a seat belt,
according to the report.
It is not known whether
alcohol was a factor in the
crash. The accident hap-
pened at 8:30 p.m.
- Wendy Victora / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers

Prosecutors want
$194K from Morris
When former Okaloosa
County Sheriff Charlie
Morris appears in federal
court for sentencing Aug.
11, prosecutors will ask
that he be ordered to forfeit
$194,002 in personal assets.
That dollar figure rep-
resents property and pro-
ceqeds "traceable to the
offenses to which he has
entered pleas of guilty," an


JAY FELSBERG I Florida Freedom Newspapers
FATAL ACCIDENT: A Crestview man was killed in this accident in Holmes County.


order requesting the forfei-
ture states.
Morris pleaded guilty
May 19 to six felony offens-
es. The charges, includ-
ing theft, fraud and money
laundering, stem from his
involvement in a scheme
he concocted to provide
bonuses to certain employ-
ees and receive kick backs
from those bonuses.
A pre-sentence investi-
gation report outlines pre-
cisely what cash and prop-
erty the U.S. Attorney's
Office is referring to in its
request .according to the
"notice of intent" document
announcing the decision to
seek the forfeiture.
The document is not a
public record.
Three Sheriff's Office


employees who received
substantial bonuses from
Morris, Randall Holcombe,
Sabra Thornton and Ad-
ams, didn't cooperate with
auditors, said Steve Riggs,
a managing partner with
the accounting firm of Carr,
Riggs and Ingram.
Local auditors were also
prohibited from talking to
Morris, Riggs said.
An independent FBI au-
dit of the sheriff's books,
made public after the coun-
ty auditors had completed
their work, estimated the
kickback total at $114,000.
Riggs said he didn't
think the $114,000 estimate
was accurate either.
"The kickback was far
more than $114,000," he
said.


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National Bank of Crestview, where he has worked for three and a half
years. He grew up in Panama City, moved to Southern Mississippi attending
middle and high school there, graduated from the University of Sou thcin
Mississippi and then returned to Florida as Eadt as he Couild. Derek ha.i two
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pilot for many years. He is also an active member ' othe C rf nt e\, Chamber of
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Morris, who told prose-
cutors he couldn't afford an
attorney and is being repre-
sented by a public defender,
had $5,000 in cash on him
when he was arrested in
Las Vegas. Federal agents
found another $30,000 in a
hotel room safe.
- Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Rocky Bayou principal
talks about arrests
Rocky Bayou Christian
Academy Principal Mike
Mosley says he doesn't
feel the community un-
derstands the events sur-
rounding the arrest of for-
mer Superintendent Don
Larson and interim Super-
intendent Bob Grete.
Larson, 48, and Grete, 72,
both were arrested Friday
on misdemeanor counts of
failure to report possible
child abuse concerning the
school's basketball coach
and inappropriate conduct
with a female student.
James Laird Seegars
Jr. resigned from his posi-
tion as the school's coach
and turned himself over
to authorities shortly af-
ter 6 p.m. Monday. He was
charged with felony lewd
and lascivious molestation.
The arrest report is
available at www.nwfdaily-
news.com.
Seegars' arrest report
stated that sometime be-
tween February and March
2009, he began an "improp-


er, verbal relationship"
with a 14-year-old student.
On June 10, that verbal re-
lationship turned physical,
the report said.
The physical relation-
ship lasted a few weeks.
During a videotaped
interview, Seegars admit-
ted to having a verbal and
physical relationship with
the female student.
"I think the idea out
there was that we were
delaying or covering up,"
Mosley said. "We were
waiting for people to get
back into town to do some-
thing."
In response to the ac-
cusation the child's father
was asked not to report the
suspected abuse, "That's
just not true," Mosley said.
"Our concerns, obviously,
are with the safety and
well-being of the kids and
the confidence that par-
ents can have in us."
Mosley said in contrast
to the idea that the school
asked a concerned father
to not report abuse; it was
instead the school who in-
structed the father to call
DCF
Mosley said he thinks
the term "investigation"
also created a sense that
the school wanted to han-
dle things internally, first.
Instead, he said, they were
simply gathering state-
ments and information
that DCF would need.
During a consensual in-
terview with police, Grete
told investigators "he does
not want to report anything
to the abuse hotline unless
he knows the allegations to
be true."
Grete used the example
of a student coming to him
and accusing his father of
punching him in the face.
According to Grete's arrest
report, he said he wouldn't
call .in. an accusation just
because a student alleges
abuse because the student
might simply be angry at a
parent. He said the school
attempts to get both sides
of the story first.
"We'll have our day in
court," Mosley said. "If it
comes to that."
According to the statute
that outlines the responsi-
bilities ofmandatoryreport-
ers; such as school officials,
that's where Rocky Bayou
may have misstepped. Ac-
cording to DCF's Web site,
reporters should not delay
in contacting the abuse hot-
line. An abuse hotline coun-
selor makes assessments
based on information avail-
able and decides whether
a report or investigation is
necessary.
- Robbyn Brooks /
Florida Freedom
Newspapers


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Church

BRIEFS

Please turn in your church
news briefs to the News Bulle-
tin by noon on Wednesdays.

EVENTS
WESLEYAN CHILD CARE
CENTER: The Wesleyan Child
Care Center in Crestview will
open its first part-time program
for children age 3 that are potty-
trained. A three-day and a two-
day program are available. The
age-appropriate educational
program will be based on cre-
ative curriculum. The children
will be introduced to all areas
of development - social skills,
language, cognitive, and large
motor and small motor skills.
The whole child's educational
needs will be met in a warm,
loving Christian learning envi-
ronment. The programs begin
Aug. 24. For more information,
call the Wesleyan Child Care
Center at 850-682-7319.


You can find 10 minutes of time for God


Time management
professionals will
say, "Let me see your
personal calendar and
your checkbook, and
I will tell you what is
important in your life."
That is quite true.
Where we put our time,
energy and money is
what is most important


THE REV
BROAD
From th


to us.
Take stock for a moment
about where you place your
time, energy and money. Besides
working at your job and paying
for utilities, food, etc., where does
your emphasis fall?
With all you do, how much
time do you consciously
spend with God in reading the
Scriptures, praying, worshiping,
serving?
Did you knqw there are 1,440
minutes in a day? Let's say you
spend seven hours sleeping.
That leaves 1,020 minutes. Now,
let's say you spend two hours per
day preparing and eating meals.


That leaves 900 minutes.
If you are employed, let's
allow nine hours for work
and travel, leaving 360
minutes. Next, allow 2.5
hours for chores and 3
hours for leisure time and
incidentals, leaving 60
. MARK minutes in your day to be
3HEAD used at your discretion.
e Pulpit Do you think you
would be able to give God
10 of those remaining 60 minutes
each day? If you do, they will be
the most rewarding 10 minutes of
the day.
If I were to ask you to sit and
be still to think about nothing but
God for 10 minutes, how do you
think you would react? Could
you do it? Would you start to get
antsy, like you were supposed to
be doing something? Would you
feel as though you were wasting
time?
Nothing is more important in
this world than making time to
spend with God. After all, God
is the one who created you. God


is the one who knows you inside
and out and loves you for who
you are and for who you will
become. God is the one who truly
wishes to be in relationship with
you.
Jesus knew the importance of
making time to be with God. As
a boy of 12 years old, Jesus told
his parents he needed to be in
his Father's house (Luke 3:49).
(Can our children say the same
today?)
Repeatedly, especially after a
difficult and full day, Jesus knew
he had to go off by himself to
spend time with God in prayer.
If Jesus, the Son of God1
needed to spend time with God,
do we, God's children, also need
to do the same? Yes.
Ask yourself if your life is too
busy to spend time with God. If it
is, then you need to let something
go. Let go of one item in your life
(perhaps one television show?)
so you can have time for the
most important activity in your
life - spending time with God.


King David knew the
significance of what God offers:
"He makes me lie down in green
pastures; he leads me beside still
waters; he restores my soul."
(Psalm 23:2-3)
Rest and refreshment for
body and soul. This is what
making time for God will provide.
Isn't this something you know
you want and need? Isn't this
something your children and/or
grandchildren need? I believe
it is.

The Rev. Mark Broadhead
is pastor at Laurel Hill
Presbyterian Church, 8115
Fourth St., Laurel Hill
(phone: 652-2164) and the
First Presbyterian Church of
Crestview at the intersection of
U.S. Highway 90 and State Road
85 in the heart of Crestview
(phone: 682-2835). Sunday
morning worship is at 9 a.m.
in Laurel Hill and 11 a.m. in.
Crestview. Web site: www.
firstpresbyterian-crestview.org.


ANNOUNCEMENTS
CHRISTIAN COALITION:
The Christian Coalition of Oka-
loosa County meets monthly.
EPIPHANY TAILGATE
SALES: are held the first Sat-
urday of the month. Funds gen-
erated are used for Epiphany
Episcopal Church's outreach
activities.
Participants may sell what-
ever they like at a cost of $10 per
parking space. Concessions are
available inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-3437 for
details. The church is located at
424 Garden St. in Crestview.
-BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contempo-
rary worship is at 9 a.m. at the
church, located at located at
5826 N. Highway 189, just north
of the traffic light in Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Radio show
airs every day at 12:30 p.m. on
WTJT 90.1 FM. Presented by
Northwest Florida Church of
God, pastored by Carl Dillen-
back.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The Rite
of Christian Initiation of Adults
(RCIA) is designed for those
seeking one or more of the Sac-
raments of Initiation; Baptism,
Confirmation and Eucharist.
This formation process is the
church's approved method for
individuals to become members
of the Catholic community. Ses-
sions are held at the Eglin Cha-
pel Center Annex from 7-9 p.m.
each Wednesday. Details: Susan
Huberty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE COURSE:
Airport Road Church of Christ
is offering a free Bible corre-
spondence course. Call 682-4025
for more information. The radio
program airs Monday through
Saturday at 5:45 a.m. on WAAZ,
104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELATIONS
STUDY: Each Sunday at 5 p.m.,
the Good Hope Congregational
Church presents the study of
the book of Revelation. The Rev.
Tommy Coleman will be pre-
senting the study, and there will
be finger foods to follow every
Sunday evening. Anyone inter-
ested may join. Call 537-4307 for
more information.
SQUARE DANCING: The
New Bethel Methodist Church
hosts square dancing in the Fel-
lowship Hall on Thursdays at 7
p.m. Come out for fun and good
exercise!


Have a blast at Back to School Bash


Special to the News Bulletin

Calvary United of Crestview is host-
ing its fourth annual Back to School
Bash on Aug. 7 at the Old Spanish Trail
Park pavilion on Stillwell Boulevard in
Crestview.
Free food, soft drinks and water will
be served. Numerous prizes are to be
given away, including MP3 players, cell
phones, a $100 prepaid Visa card and a
computer.


Gift certificates from area business-
es will also be given out. The first 100
people to register will receive a pack-
age of school supplies. Approximately
$2,000 in free gifts will be presented.
Fear Factor contest winners will win
cash.
Crestview youths are encouraged to
attend this exciting night of entertain-
ment, Fear Factor, food and fun. Help
the hungry of our area by bringing a
canned good.


BASEBALL from page 1


"I enjoyed baseball
as much as anything I
ever did in my life. If I
hadn't liked Crestview so
good, I could have went
up to the big leagues for
a season. I just never
liked to get too far from
home," Cobb said during
an interview years later
with author Ken Brooks,
who chronicled the
Alabama-Florida League
in his book "The Last
Rebel Yell."
Cobb retired after
many years of service
to the Okaloosa County


School District as
Director of Transportation
and still resides on his
farm in Baker.
Class D ended in
November 1962, when
minor league baseball
reorganized into the
structure that we know
today.
Neal Cobb, like many
of the players and teams.
of the Alabama-Florida
League, is featured on
a Web site titled Deep
South Class D Baseball.
The site is the home
of Class D baseball


history and names
Cobb as a member of
the,Deep South Class D
Baseball Hall of Fame.
There are registers
chronicling players,
managers and umpires,
as well as newspaper
clippings, photos and
other memorabilia. The
site also features photos
- and information from
an annual Deep South
Baseball Reunion held
each year in Moultrie,
Ga. Learn more at http://
www.deepsouthclassd.
com/aflintro.html.


Obituary

Beverly J. Garrett


1949-2009


Beverly J.
Garrett, 59, of
Baker, passed
away Sunday,
July 26, 2009,
surrounded by her
family and friends.
She will be
greatly missed by
her husband of


BEVERLY J.
GARRETT


25 years, George
W. Garrett; her devoted
mother, Joan Chase, also
of Baker; her daughter,
Mary Beth Allen, son-in-
law and three grandsons
of Phoenix, Ariz.; and her
stepson, Kevin Garrett,
his wife, Michelle, and
two grandchildren of
Crestview.
She was preceded
in death by her father,
Stanley Chase, and her
sister, Chris Praeter.
Bev worked diligently
as a legal secretary in
Fort Walton Beach for
more than 30 years, most
recently with Mr. Michael
W. Mead for over 15 years.
She was a clerk for the


Okaloosa Baptist
Association for
many years.
She had a
love for music
and enjoyed
playing various
instruments
and singing at
church. She was


a member of
Goodhope Baptist Church
in Escambia Farms and a
previous member of First
Baptist Church of Garden
City and Antioch Baptist
Church of Crestview.
Bev, daughter, wife,
mother and friend, will
be remembered for her
genuine kindness, heartfelt
dedication and warm smile.
Memorial services will
be held at Antioch Baptist
Church, 482.4 Antioch
Road, Crestview, on
Monday, Aug. 3 at 6:30 p.m.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view the
guest book for Beverly J.
Garrett online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Community BRIEFS


Leadership Okaloosa
accepting applicants
Leadership Okaloosa is currently accept-
ing applications for the 2009-2010 class. Tu-
ition is $800. Applications are due by Aug. 7
and can be accessed online at www.nwfsc.
edu/LI, or by calling 850-729-6880. The 10-
month program, presented by Northwest
Florida State College Leadership Institute
on behalf of the' Crestview, Destin, Nicev-
ille-Valparaiso and the Greater Fort Walton
Beach chambers of commerce, is designed
to enhance the participant's leadership
skills and provide community awareness.
The class meets one day a month from Sep-
tember to June.

Emerald Coast Hospice in-services
"Compassion Fatigue" in-service will be
presented by Susie Chestnut at 8:30 a.m. Aug.
21 at the Large Conference Room in the Wal-
ton County Health Department. For those
in health care, the new word for "Burn Out"
is compassion fatigue. Learn exactly what
compassion fatigue is, who it affects and how
to deal with it. This in-service reiterates the
fact that one must take care of self to properly
care for others. Nurses will receive 1.2 contact
hours. All others will receive 1.0 contact hours.


The in-service is free and open to the public. .
For details on any of these events, contact
Susie Chestnut at 689-0300.

Winn-Dixie Foundation
donates $20K to RMH
Local Winn-Dixie managers were joined
by Regional Vice President Joey Medina
and Winn-Dixie Foundation Manager Terry
Grooms as they presented a $20,000 gift to
Ronald McDonald House Charities of North-
west Florida.
The current nine-bedroom Ronald McDon-
ald House at 5154 Bayou Blvd. has provided
respite for more than 16,000 family members
since 1984. Ronald McDonald House of North-
west Florida serves as a home-away-from-
hofne for families whose children are being
treated at a Pensacola area hospital. A new,
20,500-square foot Ronald McDonald HoUse is
being built nearby, at 5200 Bayou Blvd., and
will be able to serve up to 551 additional fami-
lies each year.

ECAF accepting public
support applications
The Emerald Coast Advertising Federa-
tion (ECAF) is a local nonprofit organization
that provides leadership on issues involving


and affecting advertising. ECAF offers pub-
lic support for at least one organization per
year in the form of cash donations or market-
ing services provided by its members. After
completing a two-year marketing campaign,
for the Boys & Girls Club, ECAF is now invit-
ing all local nonprofit organizations seeking
support to complete the 2009 ECAF Public
Support Application for the 2009-2010 term.
The deadline tb receive applications is Sept.
1. This Public Service Support program is
open to nonprofit community organizations
'that support areas of need in Okaloosa and
Walton counties. To be eligible for this pro-
gram, the organization must be exempt from
federal taxation under Section 501 (c)'(3) of
the Internal Revenue Code and not a private
foundation as described in Section 509 (a).
The 2009 Public Support Application can
be accessed online at www.emeraldcoastad-
.fed.com. Applications should be answered
accurately and must be submitted before
Sept. 1. Organizations are requested to e-mail
the completed form to Jennifer Holcombe at
jennifer@thepromotionschick.com or mail to
Emerald Coast Advertising Federation; Attn;
Public Service Chair, PO. Box 2726, Fort Wal-
ton Beach, FL 32549
For more information about ECAF, go to
www.emeraldcoastadfed.com or call 850-517-
7486.


UPDATE from page 1


The increase would have created
$4 million for the school district's
capital outlay fund.
" 'The unknown' is what I
wanted to protect against," Thig-
pen said. "There are capital out-
lay projects that need to be taken
care of because we have aging
schools, and the only way it could
happen was to increase millage."
She noted the state legisla-
ture took money away from the
district's capital outlay fund and
moved it to the general fund.
She said a taxpayer with a
$200,000 home would have paid
about $50 in. additional taxes had
the measure passed.,
"I felt to generate $4 million I
could come up with $50," Thigpen
said."

Custodial services contract
A 3-2 vote, with Thigpen in the


majority, authorized the district
to negotiate a contract with GCA
Services Group, a national man-
agement organization that spe-
cializes in facility services.
The pilot program will be test-
ed at 10 schools and will cost the
school district more than $400,000
this coming year. However, it
should bring savings down the
road if the, board ultimately de-
cides to privatize custodial ser-
vices at all the schools, according
to assistant superintendent Rod-
ney Nobles said.
Bob Sikes Elementary, Riv-
erside Elementary, Walker El-
ementary, Shoal River Middle
and Crestview High are the local
schools that volunteered for the
pilot program.
Thigpen was on the commit-
tee that looked into the issue.
"(Another member of the


committee) didn't agree with me,
because he believes we can do
it ourselves," Thigpen said. "My
thought was, we've proven we
can't."
Thigpen said for a variety of
reasons, cleanliness of some
schools has declined.
"For me personally, I think
custodians are integral parts of
schools," she said. "But some-
times they are asked to do more
than custodial work, and that
takes away from their custo-
dial duties, and schools don't
get clean. The missing link is
management and training, and
whether we wanted to pay some-
one on the outside to do that or
hire someone in the district,
something had to be done.
"It's a one-year contract. If it
doesn't work, so be it. We move in
a different direction."


Palmer Science Pavilion
The board voted to name
the Science Pavilion at the new
Shoal River Middle School the
George and Eula Palmer Science
Pavilion. The Palmers, who are
deceased, owned property where
Shoal River and neighboring Riv-
erside Elementary were built.
"We thought it would be ap-
propriate to do something as a
way of appreciation for allowing
us to purchase the land and allow
us to move forward on having two
new schools," Thigpen said.
The pavilion will be a focal
point of a 29-acre Environmental
Education Center.
"It's going to be a great learn-
ing environment," Thigpen said.

Budget hearing next
A Special Meeting/Public


Hearing for adoption of the 2009-
2010 Preliminary and Tentative
Budget and Millage Rate has
been scheduled for Monday at
6 p.m. at the Crestview Court-
house.
Thigpen encourages her con-
stituents to contact her with their
opinions on key issues - prefer-
ably before the board votes on
them.
"I'm open to all opinions," she
said. "Just call and tell me before
I vote."


"School Board Update" ap-
pears in the News Bulletin fol-
lowing meetings of the Okaloosa
County School District board.
Information in articles by Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers' Katie
Tammen was used in this re-
port.





4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Saturday, August 1, 2009


CRIME PREVENTION TIP OF THE WEEK

Follow this personal safety checklist


Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
Most of us do not think about personal safe-
ty daily. Our lives are so busy, personal safety
is the last thing on our mind.
However, to remain safe, there are a few
things we can do every day to protect our-
selves.
* Listen to and act on your intuition. Re-
member, it is better to be safe and be a little
embarrassed than to be a victim.
* Have your keys ready when approaching
a car or a building.
* Do not label your keys with your name or


any other identification.
* Don't talk about your social plans where
strangers can overhear you.
* Be very careful using ATMs at night or in
unfamiliar places.
* Tell someone where you will be and what
time you're supposed to return.
* Don't overload yourself with packages.
* Don't weair music headphones while walk-
ing or jogging.
* When dropping someone off- at their
home, make sure they are safely inside before
driving away, and ask that they do the same
for you.


Join the


'Crestview Chatter


Crestview News Bulletin
We're giving you something to talk
about.
The Crestview News Bulletin this
summer launched a new online message
board - the "Crestview Chatter."
The new message board at http://
forums.crestviewbulletin.com will
enhance the community conversations
that already take place through the story
comments on the www.crestviewbulletin.
com Web site.
News Bulletin staff members will take


an active role in encouraging - and if
need be, calming - the conversations.
The new message board also will allow
readers to post their own community
events and offer story tips.
j Topics under discussion include "Who
are the greatest athletes from Crestview
and Baker?" "The Do Not Call Registry
loophole" and "Millage rate mad libs."
Surf over to http://forums.
crestviewbulletin.com, or click on the
blue "Crestview Chatter" icon at www.
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what you think!


Regional housing


market jumped in June


Emerald Coast Association of Realtors
Chances are good you might
have heard someone say this past
June was one of the hottest in recent
years. And chances are also good
that they were referring to the local
real estate market rather than the
weather. The latest stats released
by the Emerald Coast Association
of Realtors (ECAR) show sales of
existing homes along the Emerald
Coast shot up 51 units in June.
"Pricing, inventory and choices,"
said ECAR President Anita Wil-
liams simply, giving reasons for the
heated market, before adding that
buyers are drawn to the Emerald
Coast's value-priced real estate, as
well as its high aesthetic appeal.
"Buyers are saying, 'We know it's
a good time to buy, and we've always
wanted to own a home here,"' she
said. "And now with prices at such
an affordable level, they can own
their own piece of paradise."
Sales of existing attached dwell-
ings declined in June by three units
as compared to last year, but sales
were up in all other categories, with
existing single-family homes rising
37 units and existing condos, 17.
All of these types of homes
are available for viewing up close
and in person the third Sunday of
each month when ECAR member
offices host The Great Emerald
Coast Open House. Housing in a
variety of price ranges is available
for shoppers to check out all in the
same day. The event is free, and
Realtors are available on site to
answer questions. To make it even
more convenient, participating
homes, routes and maps are avail-
able beforehand at www.emerald
coastopenhouse.com.
Sales in the local area might be
getting a boost from the $8,000 tax
incentive, a subject discussed in
depth by financial expert Ed Oneto
recently at an ECAR-hdsted semi-
nar. Although the incentive is lim-
ited to "first time homebuyers," Wil-


liams said the term is somewhat of
a misnomer.
"In this instance, a first-time
homebuyer is anyone who hasn't
owned a home in the past three
years," she explained. Williams
also noted that the state of Florida
has set aside $3.1 million for its
own homebuyer opportunity pro-
gram, enabling qualified buyers to
immediately apply the tax credit
toward the purchase, of a primary
home.
"Florida's Hqmebuyer Opportu-
nity Program offers down payment
assistance for those who qualify for
the $8,000 tax credit," Williams said,
noting that many buyers are not yet
aware of the state's newly intro-
duced program.
Conditions do apply, but they are
fairly liberal. Income restrictions,
for example, cap out at $95,000 for
single people and $170,000 for mar-
ried couples. Buyers in the upper
level of these income brackets may
only be eligible for a partial credit,
but those who earn below $75,000
and $150,000, respectively, are eli-
gible for the full credit providing
the property is priced at $80,000 or
more.
The full credit, under Florida's
plan, is calculated at 10 percent.of
the price of the home, up to $80,000.
All types of homes, such as houses,
condos and attached dwellings, are
eligible, but buyers must close by
Nov. 30 to cash in on the credit. The
credit does not need to be repaid
if the home isn't sold within three
years.
. All told, the attractive prices, ap-
pealing incentives, consistently low
finance rates and the abundant se-
lection of homes along the Emerald
Coast, as well as the area's high aes-
thetic appeal, boosted local market
sales in June.
"People who were staying away
from the market (in recent years)
because of pricing or lack of invento-
ry are now coming back in droves,"
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Crestview News Bulletin 1 5


Morris, five others face state charges


Tom McLaughlin
Florida Freedom Newspapers
SHALIMAR - Former Sheriff
Charlie Morris and four members
of his administrative staff face state
racketeering charges for their
roles in a "criminal enterprise."
A sixth, Sabra Thornton, iden-
tified as Morris' mistress, will be
charged with grand theft.
In a detailed charging docu-
ment made public Thursday, state
prosecutors said the Sheriff's Of-
fice from 2006 to 2009 operated as
a criminal enterprise at its highest
levels, with the sheriff using pub-
lic money to buy gifts and pay off
thousands of dollars in debt for a
top female employee, Thornton,
his former chief of staff.
The other four are accused of
helping keep it quiet.
Thornton drew a large sal-
ary from the Sheriff's Office even
though "there was no evidence
that (she) performed any work,"
the charging document said.
"This is a tragedy that is very
significant, because the people
must have trust in the officials
that they've chosen to enforce the


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laws of the state of Florida," State
Attorney Bill Eddins said of the
charges.
Morris, Teresa Adams, Mike
Coup, David Yacks and Sandra
Norris will be charged with rack-
eteering - a crime that infers par-
ticipation in a criminal enterprise
- when they turn themselves in to
Okaloosa County authorities this
week.
The maximum penalty upon
conviction is 30 years.
Morris hired Thornton in
March 2008, prosecutors said, and
"immediately, OCSO employees
noticed an undue familiarity be-
tween them."
"... On several occasions employ-
ees saw Morris's car at her Okaloo-
sa residence, at night, backed in the
drive," the affidavit said.
In October 2008, Morris fired
her. But he rehired her that De-
cember after a dinner meeting in
Tallahassee, where a "financially


distressed" Thornton told Morris
she needed help.
"Morris expressed regret he
had fired her, and agreed to pay
Thornton's personal bills and to
'rehire' her" despite the fact she
lived in Tallahassee and worked
for a law enforcement academy in
Quincy, the document charged.
The personal bills, she said, in-
cluded $40,000 on credit cards and
$8,400 on a condominium lease.
From then on, Morris appar-
ently showered Thornton with
benefits. At county expense, he
provided her two vehicles, a fuel
card and a pistol. He used Sheriff's
Office funds to buy her birthday,
Christmas and Valentine's Day
gifts, a monogrammed briefcase,
golf clubs, jewelry and clothing.
"During this time, there is, how-
ever, no evidence that Thornton
performed any work for the OCSO,
even though she was paid a salary
between $70,000 and $83,000," the
charging document said.
In February 2009, "they at-
tended the annual FSA (Florida
Sheriffs Association) conference
together in Sandestin, FL, where
they publicly engaged in physical


contact with each other," it added.
Morris was being installed as
president of the state association
at the time.
By March, he had been arrest-
ed.
Thornton was not implicated
among a select group of Sheriff's
Office employees Eddins said co-
operated to orchestrate the bonus
scheme.
Adams was Morris' administra-
tive director and, like him, already
faces 85 years in federal prison.
Both pleaded guilty to six charges
brought by the FBI following that
agency's independent investiga-
tion of the same kickback scheme.
The affidavit of probable cause
accused Adams of facilitating it.
Under her direction, it said,
Sheriff's Office employees be-
tween 2006 and 2009 kicked back
bonus money for "persons in need,
when, in fact, (Adams) knew it was
for the personal use of Morris and
others, including herself."
She "obstructed or prevented
communication" that would have
revealed the scheme, prosecutors
said. \
Coup, Morris' former chief dep-


uty, knew of and benefited from the
scheme, and alerted Morris when
employees questioned it, "which
led Morris and Coup to pressure
employees to keep quiet," accord-
ing to the affidavit.
He ,turned himself in early
Thursday afternoon and was re-
leased after posting a $7,500 bond.
Norris is believed to have cal-
culated bonuses and oversaw-
transfers of funds. She is accused
of concealing or falsifying payroll
records by listing the illegal pay-
ments as legitimate bonuses.
Yacks, Adams' brother, pur-
chased plane tickets, made dinner
reservations and otherwise ar-
ranged trips to Las Vegas, where
Morris ultimately was arrested
with thousands of dollars in his
possession.
In three years, Yacks grossed
$149,000 in bonuses. In 2008, he
grossed more in bonuses than in
salary.
. All six suspects were to be
granted bond ranging from $5,000
to $10,000.
"Because these people are
public figures, we do not believe
they're flight risks," Eddins said.


Library CALENDAR


Youth programs for'Au-
gust through December at
the Robert L.E Sikes Public
Library.

Lap Sit
Lap Sit is offered on
the following Mondays and
Tuesday. Pick the day that
works best for you. At 10:15
a.m., stories, songs and fin-
ger-plays start in the Story
Room. Sign-in begins when
th6 library doors open at
10 a.m. Please be on time
if possible. Lap Sit is de-
signed for children under
the age of 3 and their care-
giver. Older children are
always welcome.
Aug. 17-18 - School
Days
Aug. 24-25 - People
Working
Aug. 31-Sept. 1 -
Grandpa and Grandma
Sept. 14-15 - People
Soup
Sept. 21-22 - Happy
Apples
Sept. 28-29 - Mice
Oct. 5-6 - Multicultural
Oct. 12-13 - Happy
Birthday
Oct. 26-27 - Autumn &
Halloween
Nov. 9-10 - All About
Me
Nov. 16-17 - On the Go
Nov. 23-24 -
Thanksgiving
Nov. 30-Dec. 1 -
Piggies
Dec. 7-8 - Snakes &
Lizards
Dec. 14-15 - Christmas
Is Coming

Story Time
Children who are at least
3 years old.(unless they are
coming, with an older sib-
ling) meet at 10:15 a.m. on
the following Wednesdays
or Thursday for stories,
songs and finger-plays. You
may stay with your child or
drop your child off (depend-
ing on your child's comfort
and behavior). If your child
gets louder than Ms. Heath-
er, please take them out un-
til they are calm enough to
listen and participate. After
the program, you and your
child may do a simple craft
together.
Aug. 19-20 - Ride 'em
Cowboy!
Aug. 26-27 - Under the
Sea
Sept. 2-3 - Yummy in
My Tummy
Sept. 9-10 - Stories
with Grandpa & Grandma
Sept. 23-24 - Hats Off
to You!
Sept. 30-Oct. 1 - Fall
Fun
Oct. 7-8 - Fabulous
Frogs .
Oct. 14-15 - Just Plain
Silly
Oct. 28-29 - Boo!
Nov. 4-5 - Flap Your
Wings
Nov. 12 & 18 - Native
American Tales
Nov. 19 & 25 - Giving
Thanks
Dec. 2-3 - Marvelous
Marsupials
Dec. 9-10 - Wrap It Up!


Craft Time
On Early Release
Wednesday each month,
children ages 6 and up
gather to put their creative
energy to work and create
a craft. This fall, we'll make
all kinds of creations using
recycled materials. Regis-
tration is recommended.
We'll hold a craft for you
until 2 p.m. and then craft
with kids present in the li-
brary while supplies last.
Start your craft anytime
between 1-2 p.m. Children
need to finish their craft by
3 p.m. Parents are welcome
to visit once and get a feel
for the class. Then, enjoy
the library. We'll bring your
child to you when he/she
finishes.
Dates are Aug. 5, Sept. 2,
Oct. 7, Nov. 4 and Dec. 2.

Family Library Time
One evening a month,
come enjoy time at the
Library as a family. Family
Library Time is designed
for families with elemen-
tary and middle school
children. Please visit the
library for more details as


the events draw near.
Aug. 11 - Instrument
Petting Zoo, 7-8 p.m.
See, touch, hear, play,
create and eat a variety of
instruments.
Sept. 18 - "Eragon"
Family Movie Picnic, 6-8
p.m. Bring a picnic supper.
Oct. 20 - Pumpkin
Painting, 6-8 p.m. Bring
your own pumpkin.
Nov. 2 - American
Indian Hunting Camp, 6-8
p.m. Outdoor.program;
bring a chair or blanket
and dress for the weather.
Dec. 17 - Noel Night,
6-8 p.m. Cookies, carols,
and crafts.

Teen Wii
Nintendo Wii play is
available for ages 12-18
only on Fridays. from 2-4
p.m.

Bright Futures
Volunteer Hours
Get your volunteer
hours for Bright Futures
Scholarships here. Ask
your high school counselor
for details and paperwork.
Then see Mrs. Dreaden.


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Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Dr. Roy Nakaiye of Ce-
dar Pearl Dentistry pre-
sented 13-year-old Baker
resident Miranda What-
mough with a laptop com-
puter during his second
computer giveaway to lo-
cal youths who perform
acts of kindness.
Miranda had her hair
cut and presented it to
Locks of Love, an orga-
nization that makes hair-
pieces for children suffer-
ing from long-term medi-
cal hair loss.
Crestview Mayor David
Cadle selects the winning
essay that contestants
write about their act of


kindness.
"I look for selflessness,
something that is done
simply to help someone
else, and Miranda's essay
jumped out at me. It was
simple and to the point,
and I appreciated the sto-
ry," Cadle'said.

Earn a new computer
Dr. Roy Nakaiye of Ce-
dar Pearl Dentistry will
give away one Compaq lap-
top computer each quarter
to a local child who meets
these criteria:
* Must do an altruistic
act for a local person or
the community;
* Must not have re-
ceived any reward, in-


eluding extra class credit,
Scouting merit badges,
money, community service
hours, etc.;
* Must be 18 or young-
er;
* Must write an essay
explaining the act (pic-
tures and/or video are also
welcome);
* Must submit contact
information for the ben-
eficiary of the act so Dr.
Nakaiye and his staff can
verify the act; and
* Must submit essay
and other materials by
the deadline. FuRiture dead-
lines are Oct. 6 and Dec. 4,
2009.
Visit www.cedarpearl-
dentistry.com for complete
rules and information,


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
KINDNESS PAYS OFF: Dr. Roy Nakaiye of Cedar Pearl Dentistry presented 13-year-old
Baker resident Miranda Whatmough with a:laptop computer during his second
computer giveaway to local youths who perform acts of kindness.


'Candidate University' gets vote of approval


Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections Office
The Okaloosa County
Supervisor " of Elections
Office introduced, a new
program called Candidate
University to participants
either interested in running
for public office or wanting
to learn more about the pro-
cess. Three-hour sessions
were hosted in Fort Walton
Beach on July 22 and in
Crestview on July 23.
"Candidate University
was an educational experi-
ence that I enjoyed," partic-
ipant Rebecca Sherry said.
"I think it is something that
all potential candidates
should attend."


CRESTVIEW GRADUATES: The Crestview graduates from the Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections' "Candidate University" program.


Consisting of a full cur-
riculum, the program was
designed to inform inter-
ested persons of the ap-


propriate procedures and participants . on proper
documents required to campaign signage, finance
run for office in Okaloosa reporting -and pre- and
County. It also educated post-Election Day activi-


ties. All participants were
presented with a comple-
tion certificate at the end
of the course.
Shannon Pinkard, who
attended the Crestview
course, said she walked
away from Candidate Uni-
versity feeling more con-
fident in knowing what to
do because the course was
so informative.
Supervisor of Elections
Paul Lux was pleased with
the turnout and has al-
ready begun planning the
next Candidate University
as evening sessions for
November 2009.
"We plan to offer the
course twice each year,
about six weeks before the


qualifying weeks for the
March and Fall elections,"
he said. "I know this pro-
gram will be successful
in giving candidates and
other interested parties
the tools they need to run
campaigns within the law.
I'm really looking forward
to seeing the results of this.
new approach to educating
candidates."
For more information
about Candidate University,
visit www.govote-okaloosa.
com.
Call 850-689-5600 or 850-
651-7272 if you have any
questions or would like to
pre-register for the Novem-
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Box from Shoal River Middle School
and Jeri Downs from Riverside El-
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weekly. The intensive two-plus-day
seminar was presented by an elite
group of music technology instruc-
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districts from around the nation.


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REPORT FROM OUR SISTER CITY


A star in


oirmoutier


Local singer headlines Bastille Day festivities


Franck Fischbach
Le Courier Vendeen
Exclusive to the Crestview News Bulletin
Nine days after we cele-
brated Independence Day
here in Crestview, folks in
our sister city, Noirmouti-
er en L'ile, observed Bas-
tille Day, France's biggest
national day. Frank Fisch-
bach of the paper of record
in Noirmoutier provided
this report.
On July 13, a few min-
utes before the fireworks
went off, people in Noir-
moutier heard an impres-
sive explosion of talent.
Anewyoung singer? Not
exactly. In fact, Pellok has
always lived with music in
his blood. Born in Nantes,
the closest continental city
to Noirmoutier, he was 18
when he decided to go to
Paris, with only his guitar,
to try to be singer.
After many rounds of
meetings and concerts, he
finally signed a seven-year
contract with the Philips
record label. A glorious
time in his life? Not quite.
"Three years later, I only
had made one 45-rpm disc.
My career had not started,
and we decided to end the
contract," Pellok remem-
bers.
But his music continued,
and he worked for famous
French singers.
"I recorded 'La Nana des
annees 60' ('60s
girl), with Ren-
aud's accordi- ON TH
onist and Dan- To hear
iel Balavoine's
arranger. This music, v
slow song was myspac
initially writ- pellokno
ten for Laurent For ;nfc
Voulzy, but, he about th
was not inter- visit http:
ested, meeting over-blk
success with
'Rockcollection'
at this period," Pellok said.
Pellok still tried to re-
cord this song with Fran-,
cis Cabrel's musicians, but
the recording never came
about. By now it was 1992,
and Pellok decided to quit
Paris to return to Vend6e
and live in Noirmoutier.

A second life
Pellok may not be a na-
tional celebrity, but contin-
ues to live for his passion.
A laborer by day, he loves
taking his guitar to play
concerts in Noirmoutier.
At 50 years old, he re-
leased his fifth CD three
months ago, "Et puis voilA"


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("And That's That"), thus
titled because "in life, there
is some little or even bigger
problems, but it's life, we
have to live with it," Pellok
said philosophically.
"Bad weather; car prob-
lems, bills. ... It's life, and
that is that!"
Such a modest man!
It is the best CD he has
ever made. Grand songs
that speak about love, for
his friends, his
SWE family, but also
E WEB for Noirmouti-
Pellok's er and the sea,
Sit which is such
ecom/ an important
e.com' part of life on
rmoutier. the island, par-
rmation ticularly Belle
e singer, Ile en mer.
//pellok (In, 1999,
)g.com. Pellok made a
CD, "No Pole,"
to vent through
song his anger over an oil
spill that polluted the island
and the sea around it.)
Pellok's new CD features
more mature songs by the
artist, highlighted by Susie
Knight's violoncello, Domi-
nique Fauchard and Domi-
nique Briffaud's guitars.
Pellok has one regret.
"For the song 'So Quiet,'
my dream was to sing with
Georges Moustaki," Pellok
lamented. "I played for the
first part of his concert in
Noirmoutier, in 2006, but he
couldn't play with me this
time. Maybe he had health
problems?"
For the island's Bastille
Day celebration, Pellok


played in Noirmoutier for a speeches and comments, than an. hourlong concert,
city full of people, including from local leaders, the was a surprise autograph
summer tourists, but also public resumed enjoying session for children and
fans of the "local star." Pellok's ballads. Their ul- their families.
After some holiday timate reward, after more On this special night, in


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A STAR: A star
returns to
Noirmoutier's
skies as a local
performer
performs for the
city's Bastille
Day festivities.
. From left are
Dom Briffaud
on guitar, Susie
Knight on cello,
S and Pellok, a
singer from the
Noirmoutier area
who returned
after seeking
fame in Paris.
FRANCK FISCHBACH I
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Safe hunting


is no accident


With the dog days of
summer fully upon us, it's
hard to think about hunting
quite yet. But if you're
between the ages of 16 and
34 and haven't completed
the state's hunter safety
course requirement, now's
just the time to be thinking
about it. If you've been
putting off taking a hunter
safety class, August is the
best time to sign up for one
in your area.
Everyone born after
May 31, 1975, must
complete the FWC's hunter
safety class before buying a
Florida hunting license.
There is an exception.
A law approved a few
years ago by the Florida
Legislature allows
individuals who fall into that
category to hunt under the
supervision of a licensed
hunter who is at least 21'
years old without having to
complete the state's hunter
safety certification.
It's called the "Hunter
Safety Deferral," and it
enables those persons
to purchase a Florida �
hunting license and hunt
for a one-year trial basis.
It's designed to encourage
experienced hunters to
teach novice hunters safety,
ethics, wildlife, hunting
skills and respect for the
great outdoors.
If you're a youngster and
already a hunting fanatic, I
suggest you go ahead and
take a hunter safety class
before you turn 16. Until
then, you may hunt under
adult supervision without
having to take the class or
buy a license.
Even if you were born
before 1975 and are exempt
from having to take the
class, it's still a good idea,
because you'll learn so
much. Beginning hunters
are strongly encouraged
to take the class. Even the
most experienced hunter
will learn something new,


which will help him or her
become an even better
hunter - and a safer one.
You can register for
a hunter safety class
by going to MyFWC.
com/huntersafety or by
contacting your nearest
FWC regional office.
There are two versions
of the course for your
convenience.
There's the traditional
course, which is 12 hours of
classroom instruction plus
a four-hour -field day.
Or if you'd rather get
most of the classroom
stuff out of the way from
the convenience of your
own home, you can opt.
for taking the online or
CD-ROM version. You'll
still have to sign up for
the "skills day" part of the
course, which includes time
at the shooting range.
The traditional course
is offered during four
weekdays or on a Saturday/
Sunday. If you take it during
the week, each session is
three hours and offered
after normal working hours.
On the weekend, you'll
spend eight hours Saturday
and four hours Sunday
morning in the classroom.
The remainder of Sunday
you'll move over to the
shooting range to complete
your certification.
During the traditional
hunter safety class, each
segment is roughly 50
minutes, followed by a
10-minute break. The first
thing you'll learn about is
Florida's many hunting
laws and regulations.
One of the FWC's law
enforcement officers gives
this introduction. Volunteer
hunter safety instructors
teach the remaining
curriculum.
If any of you reading this
are older than 18 and would
like to give something back
to the sport of hunting, you
might consider becoming a
certified volunteer hunter
safety instructor. The FWC
is always in need of people
who possess good hunting
and gun safety knowledge.
If you're interested in
learning more about this
great teaching opportunity,
click on MyFWC.com/
huntersafety or call 850-413-
0084 to find out how to get
involved.
One segment of the
program teaches ethics
and hunter responsibility.
You'll also learn the parts of
a firearm, various gun and
hunting lingo and the proper
way to shoot a firearm. This
is the longest section of
the program. You'll spend
approximately two hours
going over all that.
You'll learn the
differences between all the
various bullets, calibers and
gauges and how to identify
different animal species.
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Hunter safety
course offered in
Okaloosa County
The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering a free hunt-
er safety course in Okaloosa
County.
The course will be at the
Okaloosa County Extension
Office, 5479 Old Bethel Rd.
in Crestview. Instruction will
take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug.
3, 4, 5 and 6. The range portion
of the class will be Aug. 8.
Students who have taken
the Internet course and wish
to complete the classroom
portion must bring the online
completion report and attend
only the Aug. 3 class from 6-10
p.m. and the Aug. 8 range day.
Children under 16 must be
accompanied by an adult at all
times. Students are encour-
aged to bring a pencil and pa-
per with them to take notes.
The hunter safety course is
required for anyone born on or
after June 1, 1975, to purchase
a Florida hunting license. The
FWC course satisfies hunter
safety training requirements
for all other states and Cana-
dian provinces.
People interested in at-
tending this course can reg-
ister online and obtain infor-
mation about future hunter
safety classes at MyFWC.
com/HunterSafety or by call-
ing the FWC's regional office
in Panama City at 850-265-
3676.


Shoreline fishing
license requirement
starts today
Florida's new shoreline
fishing license requirement
takes effect today. Resident
anglers who fish for saltwater
species from shore or a struc-
ture affixed to shore must have
a $9 shoreline fishing license or
a $17 regular saltwater fishing
license.
Nonresident anglers need
a regular nonresident saltwa-
ter fishing license to fish from
shore or from a vessel. Short-
term and annual nonresident
fishing licenses cost between
$17 and $47.
Additional fees may apply to
all fishing licenses, depending
on where an angler purchases
the license.
The shoreline requirement
allows exemptions for resident
anglers who fish in their home
county, using live or natural
bait, on a line or pole without
a line-retrieval, mechanism.
This exemption does not apply
to anglers who use nets, traps,
gigs, spears or who gather sea-
food by hand or any type of gear
other than hook and line.
Other exemptions apply for
anglers who qualify for tem-
porary cash assistance, food
stamps or Medicaid. Also, resi-
dent anglers who are age 65 or
older and children under age
16 may fish without a license.
Active-duty military personnel
may fish without a license while
home on leave in Florida.


Licensed fishing piers have
licenses that cover everyone
who fishes from them.
The FWC suggests the $17
regular saltwater fishing li-
cense may be the best option
for most resident anglers un-
less they are certain they will
fish only from shore or a struc-
ture affixed to shore all year.
By creating the shoreline
fishing license, the Florida
Legislature arranged for Flori-
da anglers to be exempt from a
more expensive federal angler
registration requirement that
will take effect in 2011.
More information about
fishing license requirements is
available at MyFWC.com. Click
on "Newsroom" and "Media
Resources."

FWC offers
gator-hunting class
The Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commission
(FWC) is offering alligator
hunters no-cost, three-hour
classes to help them prepare
for the Aug. 15-Nov. 1 statewide
alligator harvest. Reservations
are not required to attend a
class.
Attendance is not mandato-
ry for licensed hunters, but the
FWC recommends that partici-
pants attend, especially if they
have not previously hunted for
alligators. Class topics include
preparing for the hunt, hunting
techniques and safety, harvest-
ing and processing, caring for
your alligator hide and alliga-
tor hunting rules and regula-


tions. Also, people who do not
have an alligator harvest per-
mit can attend if they want to
learn what hunting alligators is
all about.
The class nearest to Crest-
view will be offered Wednesday
from 6 to 9 p.m. in Tallahassee
at the Bryant Building, 2nd
floor auditorium, 620 S. Merid-
ian St. For directions, call 850-
488-3831.
All hunt permits have been
sold for this year. However, alli-
gator trapping "agent" permits
are available for $52. Agent
permits enable permit holders
to assist a licensed trapper in
taking alligators.
For more information on
these alligator hunts, visit
MyFWC.com/gators and click
"Statewide Hunts."

Bass tournament series
begins this month
A new bass tournament se-
ries, "Bama Bass Busters" be-
gins this month.
The first tournament is Aug.
22 at Matthews Landing (previ-
ously Lower Bryant Landing)
in Stockton, Ala.
Entry fee will be $50, which
will include launch and break-
fast. Times will be from safe
daylight until 3 p.m.
Guaranteed payout to top
five places. Organizers hope to
conduct a tournament on the
fourth Saturday every month
(except November, December
and January). For details, con-
tact Bob Croft at 251-751-1190
or June Croft at 251-509-4069.


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You'll also hear about
wildlife conservation and
discover best management
practices for native game
species.
In addition, you'll find
out about outdoor survival
techniques and learn how
to administer first aid in the
field. You'll gain knowledge
of the parts of, and how
to shoot, a muzzleloading
gun. Furthermore, you'll
be taught archery and the
fundamentals of how to
bowhunt.
'In your last hour in the
classroom, you'll be given
a standardized test of true
and false and multiple
choice questions. All you
need to do is score 80 ,
percent or better, and then
you get to move outside
to the shooting range for
the last part of the hunter
safety certification - the
field day portion.
This part takes about
four hours. During that
time, you'll get to shoot clay
pigeons with a shotgun,
practice your archery skills
by shooting a bow, and
you'll get to target practice
with a .22 rifle. You'll also
receive a muzzleloader
demonstration, where you'll
have the chance to shoot
one if you'd like. All guns,
bows, targets and ammo
are provided. All you have
to do is take aim!
After you complete the
field day, you'll be given
your hunter safety card to
take home with you. At that
point you can purchase
your very first Florida
hunting license and be
ready for opening day.
If you choose instead
to take your hunter safety
class online or with the
CD-ROM, you'll learn all of
the material that's taught
in the traditional classroom
setting, and you'll be given
a practice test, which will
go over what you've learned
and prepare you for the
skills day.
Skills day takes about


five hours to complete,
including time on the
shooting range.
During skills-day, you'll
learn hunting laws and
ethics from an FWC law
enforcement officer. Then
the class will break into
smaller groups, and a
volunteer hunter safety
instructor will teach you
how to handle firearms
safely and how to load and
unload different types of
firearms with the proper
ammunition. You'll be
taught how and when to
take the right shot, and
learn certain situations
when you shouldn't take a
shot. You'll gain knowledge
of shot placement and find
out where a game animal's
vital organs are so you'll
have a better chance of
making a humane kill.
After that, you'll get to
target shoot with .22 rifles '
and maybe even a bow
or muzzleloader. Then,
you'll be given the same
standardized test. It will be
graded as soon as you turn
it in to the instructor. If you
score 80 percent or better,
you'll be given your hunter
safety card right then and
there.
Just a couple things for
parents to remember: If
your child is younger than
18 years old, you must fill
out our parent release
form and present it to the
instructor at all courses.
This will enable your child
to participate in the live
shooting exercises. Also,
if your child is younger
than 16, you're required to
accompany him or her to all
classes.
Register today to take a
hunter safety class because
the 2009-2010 hunting
season is just around the
corner. Remember safe
hunting is no accident!
Tony Young is
the Media Relations
Coordinator for the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.


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or walk around historic Lake DeFuniak during the
'Loop the Lake 5K Run/Walk and I mile Fun Run
on Sept 12 from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m.The event is a
fundraiser for the 2009 American Heart Association
HeartWalk.
Information about the run, as well as the
racecourse and registration form can be found at
www.chelco.com. Click on the Loop the Lake logo
on the left side of the page. Early registration costs
$ 15 and ends Sept 4. Registration from Sept 5 until
7 a.m. on race day will be $20.
The race begins at 8 a.m. at the Amphitheater
on Circle Drive in DeFuniak Springs and ends near
the AmphitheaterTrophies will be awarded in the
following categories: Runners - overall male/female,
Top Master male/female, Grand Master male/
female, top three in each age group male/female.
Wheelchairs, overall winner.
The I-mile Fun Run is for kids 10 and under
and begins at approximately 9 a.m.Trophies will be
awarded to the overall first boy and girl and top
boy and girl in each age category.
In addition,there will beT-shirts, door prizes,
refreshments and music. Peddler's Alley, a craft and
yard sale event in downtown DeFuniak Springs, will
be held in conjunction with the race from 8 a.m.
until noon.
The race's title sponsors are CHELCO and
CHELCO Services Inc. (CSI). Other major sponsors
include WZEP 1460 AM Radio, PowerSouth Energy
Cooperative and Touchstone Energy.
For more information about Loop the Lake and
sponsorship opportunities, contact Kathy Morrow
at 892-5069, ext. 105, or kmorrow@chelco.com.

Knights of Columbus Golf Tournament
The Knights of Columbus Council 7968 will hold
its annual golf tournament Sept 19 at Foxwood
Country Club at 8 a.m.
Cost for the tournament is $31 for Foxwood
members and $45 for non-members in a four-man
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Local


Saturday, August 1, 2009


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
POKER RUN TODAY:
The American Legion Rid-
ers Post #75 annual Mys-
tery Poker Run for Fisher
House of the Emerald Coast
Inc. is today. The event will
be held at 898 U.S. Highway
90 East in Crestview. Cost
is $10 per hand. Breakfast
is from 8-10 a.m. and is $3.
First bike out at 10 a.m.
Last bike in at 2 p.m. Prizes
and drawings at 2:30 p.m.
Lunch is available for $4.
The musical group Deep
South will perform. Prizes
awarded for top three plac-
es and worst hand.
VFW YARD SALE: The
Ladies Auxiliary of Post
5450, 2240 W. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, is hosting
its annual yard sale to raise
money for the troops, their
families and other pro-
grams the VFW sponsors
throughout the year. It will
be held Aug. 15 from 7 a.m.
to noon.
STEELE FAMILY RE-
UNION: The 25th annual
Irving Steele Family Re-
union will be held Sunday
at the Blackman Commu-
nity Center. The doors will
open at 10 a.m., and a cov-
ered dish luncheon will be
served at 1 p.m. Everyone
is invited to attend.
FIRST TIME HOME
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alty offices from 4-6 p.m.


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homebuyers up until Dec.
1. Buyers will receive an
information packet regard-
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prequalified. No appoint-
ment is necessary. Details:
850-609-4640.
BIRTHING CENTER
ANNIVERSARY: The Mil-
ton Memorial Birthing Cen-
ter will celebrate its 33rd
anniversary Aug. 9 at the
Flowersview Community
Center in Flowersview. It
starts at 2 p.m. with dinner,
followed by an anniversary
program featuring Gospel
singers at 4 p.m. The public
is invited to attend and en-
joy the evening.
TOASTMASTERS
MEETING: The Crest-
view Toastmasters club
will meet Aug. 11 from 6-7
p.m. at Lundy and Bowers,
296. S. Ferdon Blvd. This,
month's meeting will fea-
ture a visit from the Area
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would like to improve his or
her public speaking ability
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how. Contact Crestview
toastmasterkathy@yahoo.
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or call 865-6993.
AN EVENING IN
BLACK CULTURE: The
Carver-Hill Memorial &
Historical Society will host
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a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Nicev-
ille Campus in Building G-
2. The sale is open to the
public and conducted by
closed bid with no prior in-
spection. Property is sold
in "as-is" condition. Various
items are available, includ-
ing computers, computer
parts, printers, office-type
furniture, a 26-passenger
bus, a van and various mis-
cellaneous items. For infor-
mation, call the NWF State
College Physical Plant at
729-5380.
FDOT SURVEY: The
Florida Department of
Transportation's Planning
Department is conducting a
Northwest Florida Regional
Household Travel Survey to
obtain information related
to the daily travel patterns
of households throughout
the region. This informa-
tion will be utilized in the
future planning of roadway
improvements.
Randomly sampled


households throughout 12
northwest Florida counties,
from Escambia County on
the west to Wakulla County
on the east, will be receiving
either a survey booklet to be
completed and returned or
a postcard directing them to
a Web site where the survey
can be completed online.
HEAD OF HOUSE
BANQUET: Velma K.
Conyers Chapter #7 Or-
der of the Eastern Stars
will hold its annual Head
of House Banquet on Aug.
1 at 6 p.m. The event will
be held at the Old Spanish
Trail Shrine Club, 971 W
James Lee Blvd., Crest-
view. Tickets are $15 or do-
nations are tax-deductible.
All funds will go to the Vel-
ma K. Conyers Chapter #7
OES scholarship fund. For
information, contact Mary
Haynes at 682-6043.,
WOMAN'S CLUB
BRIDGE FUNDRAISER:
Do you want to learn to play
bridge? Basic beginning
bridge lessons will be taught
at the GFWC Woman's Club
of Crestview, 150 Woodlawn
Drive, behind Woodlawn
Baptist Church. Classes will
'be held from 10 a.m. until
noon on Aug. 5, 12, 19 and 26,.
and Sept. 2. The registration
fee is $25, and the textbook is
$6. Proceeds from this event
support club charities. For
more information or to reg-
ister, please call Karen Bois-
jolie at 682-1416 or Mary C.
Vaughan at 689-1564.
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LECTURES: at the Crest-
view library on Commerce
Drive are held at 10:30 a.m.
Upcoming programs in-
clude the following:
* Aug. 4, Aerodynamics
for Dummies: Folding and
Flying Paper Airplanes,
with Laurel Hill author and
engineer Ken Blackburn.
* Exploring Folk Musi-
cal Instruments with the
Pelican Pickers.
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htm (under Programs &
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MISCELLANEOUS
NWF FAIR VENDORS:
The Northwest Florida
Fairgrounds is extending
an invitation to local busi-
nesses and organizations
to sign up as vendors for
the Northwest Florida Fair
planned for Nov. 3-8. More
than 25,000 people attend
the fair, and vendors can
sign up as sponsors for the
event as well. Call Betty at
862-0211 or e-mail her at
betty@nwffair.com for de-
tails. The fair Web site is at
www.nwffair.com.
FLORIDA TRAIL
SCHEDULE: Visit http://
choctaw.floridatrail.org for
details on the group's up-
coming events.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club activi-
ties, call Clarice Hebinck at
850-581-4591 or e-mail her
at 'freklzl00@cox.net.
LEGION FAMILY
RAISING FUNDS: The
American Legion family
is calling on all Americans
to help purchase comfort
items for troops recovering
in U.S. military hospitals
and warrior transition units
around the world through
its Operation Comfort War-
riors campaign.
The American Legion
family has already raised
nearly $165,000 for Opera-
tion Comfort Warriors since
its inception in December.
Donors can make online
contributions by visiting
www.legion.org/ocw or by
sending a check to Opera-
tion Comfort Warriors, PO
Box 1055, Indianapolis, IN
46206.
BOATING SEMI-
NARS: Two two-hour boat-
ing seminars starting at 7
p.m. will be conducted in
August at the University
of West Florida Coombs
Campus on Lovejoy Road
in Fort Walton Beach. They
are scheduled for Aug. 3
(Rules of the Road) and
Aug. 31 (Border Crossing
classes).
Register online at www.
uwf.edu. For more informa-
tion, please telephone 850-
315-0686 or 850-474-2914 or
visit www.fwsps.com.
LANDSCAPING
MADE EASY: If you have,
been wondering how to
achieve the look you want
for your landscape but
were not quite sure where
to begin, come to Valpara-
iso Community Library on
Aug. 3 from 6-8 p.m. Sandy
Lichauer, landscape in-
structor at Okaloosa Ap-
plied Technology Center,
will share his knowledge
about the basic princi-
ples of landscape design.
The program is free, and
light refreshments will be
served. Details: 729-5406.
DRIVING SCHOOL
RELOCATED:FortWalton
Beach Driving Schools has
relocated from the Crystal
Center at 151-B East Eg-
lin Parkway to Bridgeway
Center's outpatient loca-
tion at 137 Hospital Drive,
behind McDonald's on Eg-
lin Parkway. Please use the
north entrance. The phone
number, 833-7474, and fax
number, 833-9150, remain
the same. Visit http://
www.safedriveschools.org
for more information.
CHORAL SOCIETY
AUDITIONS: The Choral
Society of Pensacola will
hold auditions from 10-12
p.m. for new singers on
Saturday, Aug. 8, in Room
801 of the Pensacola Ju-


nior College Ashmore Fine
Arts Building, 1000 College
Blvd. C.
Details: Choral Direc-
tor Mr. Chen, 850-484-1810
for more information, or


e-mail him at xchen@pjc.
edu. Auditions on other
days can be arranged by
special appointment.
BASICS OF SELL-
ING ON EBAY: The Small.
Business Development
Center at the University of
West Florida (401 E. Chase
Street, Suite 100, Pensaco-
la) is holding its "Basics of
Selling on eBay" workshop
on Saturday morning, Aug.
1 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Par-
ticipants will learn the es-
sentials for selling on eBay
from a professional with
experience.
To register, call 850-473-
7830 or go to http://www.
sbdc.uwf.edu and click on
training. Pre-registration
is strongly recommended.
Fee: $60 (includes a
book, The Basics of Selling
on eBay Student Guide)
PURSES WITH A
PURPOSE: On Aug. 20, a
benefit purse auction for
Shelter House and the Ron-
ald McDonald House will
be held from 5:30-8:30 p.m.
between Nike and Restora-
tion Hardware Clearance
Center at Silver Sands Fac-
tory Stores.
The evening will in-
clude new and gently used
purses, appetizers donated
by Carrabba's Italian Grill
and wine. Admission to the
event is free, and all pro-
ceeds will benefit the Ron-
ald McDonald House and
Shelter House.
SEMINOLE WARS
EXHIBIT: "Seminole
Wars: The Fight for Flor-
ida" interactive exhibit in
the'Indian Temple Mound
Museum's Lazarus Edu-
cation Center will remain
there until Aug. 11.
Heritage Park and the
Indian Temple Mound Mu-
seum are open Monday
through Saturday 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. and are located at
139 Miracle Strip Parkway
SE. The exhibit is included
in regular admission to
Heritage Park- $5 plus tax
for adults, $4.50 plus tax for
seniors 55 + and active mili-
tary, and $3 plus tax for chil-
dren 4-17. Details: 833-9595.
SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
VENDORS: Vendors are
wanted for the Sept. 25-27
Pensacola Seafood Festival
in Seville Square in down-
town Pensacola.
Local restaurant ven-
dors who serve Gulf Coast
seafood dishes are given
priority. The application
process is highly competi-
tive, and submitting an ap-
plication does not ensure
acceptance.
Vendors are encouraged
to apply as soon as pos-
sible. Applications can be
obtained at www.fiestaof
fiveflags.org and must be
submitted along with pay-
ment to the Fiesta of Five
Flags office, 2121 W. Inten-
dencia St., Pensacola. De-
tails: 850-433-6512.

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Big Sisters of Northwest
Florida is looking for adult
volunteers who would enjoy
spending at least two hours
every week mentoring a
child. The mentors pick
their little brother or little
sister up at their home and
spend a couple of hours do-
ing activities such as going
to the library, museum or
park, going to the beach,
hiking, roller skating or
playing a sport.
Interested volunteers
should contact Big Broth-
ers Big Sisters for an inter-
view at 850-664-5437.
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view Public Library offers
one-on-one beginning skills
computer tutoring.
Appointments are avail-
able Monday-Friday Come
by the library at 1445 Com-
merce Drive, behind the
Post Office, or call 682-
4432 to schedule your ap-
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1103 j
Legal # 100700
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000216 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 721 of
2007 Assessed to:
MITURN INC
Description: BEG 693
FT W & 233.69 FT N
OF SE COR SW1/4
W132 FT N100 FT
E132 FT S100 FT TO
BEG 1101/1860
Parcel ID#:
01-2S-24-0000-0083-
0000 Opening Bid:
$2,494.12
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Ctestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Friday,
September 4, 2009.
Dated this 17th day of
July, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
07/25/09
08/01/09
08/08/09
08/25/09

Legal # 100724
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000185 C

Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 3206 of
2007 Assessed to:
WYATT INC
Description: CHANAN
EST LOT 15 BLK A
Parcel ID#:
33-3N-23-1000-OOOA-
0150 Opening Bid:
$2,792.87
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
August 25, 2009.
Dated this 10th day of
July, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
07/18/09
07/25/09
08/01/09 .
08/08/09
Legal # 100725
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000186 C


\ 1103. 1103 . 11Q3 1.1Q3
name in which the Certificate # 17 of 2007 and the description of BOAT SLIP #12A
Notice is hereby given property is assessed Assessed to: DAN- the property is as fol- Parcel ID#:
that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of IEL J & JONES T lows: 00-2S-24-0160-000A-
ings, as holder of the the property is as fol- FITZPATRICK Certificate # 1163 of 0305 .Qpening Bid:
following certificate, lows: Description: COM AT 2007 Assessed to: $13,689.54
has filed said certificate Certificate # 3254 of INT OF N R/W OLD US SHEILA M ESTEY All of said property be-
for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to: M 98 AND OK-WALTON Description: POWELL ing in the County of
sued thereon. The cer- S & T PROPERTIES CO LINE THE WLY S/D NICEVILLE LOT 4 Okaloosa, State of Flor-
tificate number and LLC ALG R/W 400 FT THC & SW1/2 OF LOT 5 ida.
year of issuance, the Description: BEG IN- S2 DEG W84-13 FT TO BLK 6 Unless the certificate is
name in which the TER OF HWY & S LINE S R/W AND POB N81 Parcel ID#: redeemed according to
property is assessed N1/2 OF N1/2 OF DEG W ALG R/W 100 06-1S-22-2100-0006- law, the property de-
and the description of SW1/4 W760 FT TO FT S2 DEG WW 150 FT 0040 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi-
the property is as fol- BEG W100 FT N290 FT TO PT "A' CONT 40 FT $48,809.43 cate will be sold to the
lows: E100 FT S290 FT TO TO W/E THC ELY ALG All of said property be- highest bidder in the
Certificate # 3208 of BEG 1117/681 W/E 100 FT THC N2 ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting
2007 Assessed to: Parcel ID#: DEG E 190 FT TO POB Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa
WYATT INC 34-1S-24-0000-0086- AS OR 2347/2672 ida. County Courthouse,
Description: CHANAN 002A Opening Bid: Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at
ESTATES LQT 31 BLK $21,169.29 00-2S-22-0000-0041- redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
A All of said property be- 0000 Opening. Bid: law, the property de- August 25, 2009.
Parcel ID#: ing 'in the County of $168,686.20 scribed in the certifi-
33-3N-23-1000-00OB- Okaloosa, State of Flor- All of said property be- cate will be sold to the Dated this 10th day of
0310 Opening Bid: ida. ing in the County of highest bidder in the July, 2009.
$3,272.26 Unless the certificate is Okaloosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD
All of said property be- redeemed according to ida. Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR-
ing in the County of law, the property de- Unless the certificate is County Courthouse,, CUlT COURTS
Okaloosa, State of Flor- scribed in the certifi- redeemed according to "Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
ida. cate will be sold to the law, the property de- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
Unless the certificate is highest bidder in the scribed in the certifi- August 25, 2009. 07/18/09
redeemed according to BCC Board Meeting cate will be sold to the 07/25/09
law, the property de- Room at the Okaloosa highest bidder in the Dated this 10th day of 08/01/09
scribed in the certifi- County Courthouse, BCC Board Meeting July, 2009. 08/08/09
cate will be sold to the Crestview, Florida at Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD
highest bidder in the 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal # 100735
BCC Board Meeting. August 25, 2009. Crestview, Florida at CUlT COURTS
Room at the Okaloosa 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, By: Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPLICA-
County Courthouse, Dated this 10th day of August 25, 2009. TION FOR TAX DEED
Crestview, Florida at July, 2009. 07/18/09 T
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, DON W. HOWARD Dated this 10th day of 07/25/09 TDA Case #: 2009 TD
August 25, 2009. CLERK OF THE CIR- July, 2009. 08/0109 000195 S
CUlT COURTS DON W. HOWARD 08/08/09
Dated this 10th day of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC CLERK OF THE CIR- Notice is hereby given
July, 2009. CUIT COURTS - that Gulf Group Hold-
DON W. HOWARD 07/15/09' By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Legal # 100732 wings, as holder of the
CLERK OF THE CIR- 07/22/09 following certificate
CUIT COURTS 07/29/09 . 07/18/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- has fled said certificate
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 08/05/09 07/25/09 TION FOR TAX DEED for a Tax Deed to be is-
08/01/09 sued thereon. The cer-
07/18/09 Legal # 100728 08/08/09 TDA Case #: 2009 TD tificate number ande
07/25/09 000193S year of issuance, the
08/01/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- L n # 100730 Noi n h ame in which the
08/08/09 TION FOR TAX DEED Legal # 100730 Notic hereby give property is assessed
__NOTCEOP_ that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of
Legal # 100726 TDA Case #: 2009 TD NOTICE OF APPILICA- wings as holder of the the property is as fol-
000189S ThiON FOR TAX DEED following certificate, lows:
NOTICE OF APPLICA- TDA Case #: 2009 TD has filed said certificate Certificate # 1034 of
TION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given TA000191 #: 2009 TD for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007- Assessed to:
that Gulf Group Hold- 000191 S sued thereon. The cer- WILLIAM R BAR-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD ings, as holder of the Notice is hereby given tificate number and RENTINE
000187 C following certificate, thatGf G l year of issuance, the Description: SHER-
has filed said certificate ings, as holder of the property is assessed 66
Notice is hereby given for a Tax Deed to be is- following certificate, and th e description of Parcel ID#:
that Gulf Group Hold- sued thereon. The cer- and the desID#:
ings, as holder of the tificate number and has filed said certificate the property is as fol- 05-1S-22-2500-0000-
following certificate, year of issuance, the for a Tax Deed to be is- lows: 0660 Opening Bid:
has filed said certificate name in which the sued thereon.. The cer- Certificate # 2727 of $10,262.59
for a Tax Deed to be is- property is assessed tificate number and 2007 Assessed to: All of said property be-
sued thereon. The cer- and the description .of year of issuance, the JAMES C JONES ing in the County of
tificate number and the property is as ol- name in which the Description: -FOUN- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
year of issuance, the lows: property is assessed TAINHEAD CONDO ida.
name in which the Certificate # 224 of and the description of UNIT7D Unless this certificate is
property is assessed 2007 Assessed to: the property is as fol- Parcel ID#: redeemed according to
and the description of SCHWEIZER & lows: 23-2S-24-0962-0000- law, the property de-
the property is as fol- SCHWEIZER LP Certificate # 1161 ofssed 007D Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi-
lows: Description: GREEN- $6,0 cate will be sold to the
Certificate # 3209 of REEF T/H UNIT 1 FRED L EVANS All of said property be- highest bidder in the
2007 Assessed to: Parcel ID#: SCription:LLPOELL ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting
WYATTINC 00-2S-22-1075-0000 S NICEVILLE LOT 8 Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa
Description: CHANAN 0010 Opening Bid: p 'i I ' I da. County Courthouse,
ESTATES LOT 35 BLK $26,752.87 Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at
B All of said property be- 007A Oen6-in Bid: -22-2100-0001- redeemed according to 0:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
Parcel ID#: ing in the County of 007 Open5.82 ing Bid .law the property de- August 25, 2009.
33-3N-23-1000-000B- Okaloosr-a, Allof said property be- cae will be sold tothe Dated this 10h day of
0350 Opening Bid: ida. ing in he County Of highest bidder in the July, 2009.of
$3,108.00 Unless the certificate isOkaloosaState of Flor- CC Bo in July 2009
All of said property be- redeemed according to loosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD
ing in the County of law, the property de-. Unless the certificate is County Courthous CERK OF THE CIR-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- scribed in the certifir- enemed according to , s CUIT COURTS
ida. cate will hbe sold to th reeeme accor ing to Crestview, Florida at By- Lisa L. Guia, DC
Unless the certificate is highest bidder in the rbdthe in the de- 10:00- m.2onTuesday,
redeemed according to BCC Board Meeting cate will be sold rt August 25, 2009. 07/18/09
jaw, the property de- Room at the Okaloosa tes the 07/25/09
scribed in the certifi- County Courthouse, hiBhestBbidder in the Dated this 10th day of 08/01/09
cate will be sold to the Crestview, Florida at at Okalo ng July, 2009HOWARD. 08/08/09
highest bidder in the 10:00 a.m. on uesay,'ounty Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal#100738
BCC Board Meeting August 25,Crestview, Florida at CUlT COURTS Legal # 100736
Room at the kaoosa ted this 10th day of 0:00 a.m. on Tuesday, By: Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPLICA-
County Courthouse, Dated this100th day of AOgust25,2009.
Crestview, Florida at July, 2009. August 25,2009. TION FOR TAX DEED
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, DON W. HOWARD Dated this 10th d 07/18/09 T
August 25,2009. CLERK OF THE CIR- ated this 0th day of 07/25/09 TDA Case #: 2009 TD
CUIT COURTS DON W2009. 08/01/09 000197 C
Dated this 10th day of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC CLERK W. HOWARID 08/08/09
July, 2009 CLERK OF THE CIR -Notice is hereby given
DON W.HOWARD 07/18/09 , CUIT COURTS Legal # 100734 that Gulf Group Hold-
CLERK OF THE CIRD 07/25/09 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC ings, as holder of the
CLERK OF THE CIR- 08/0125/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- following certificate,
CUlT COURTS 08/01/09 07/18/09 TION FOR TAX DEED has filed said certificate
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 08/08/09 07/25/09 for a Tax Deed to be is-
07-/25/9/yfor a Tax Deed to be is-
07/18/09 Legal # 100729 08/01/09 TDA Case #: 2009 TD sued thereon. The cer-
07/25/09 08/08/09 000194S tificate number and
08/01/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the
08/08/09 TION FOR TAX DEED Legal # 100731 Notice is hereby given name in which the
_____________ Mthat Gulf Group Hold- property is assessed
Legal # 100727 TDA Case #: 2009 TD NOTICE OF APPLICA- ings, as holder of the and the description of
000190 S TION FOR TAX, DEED following certificate, the property is as fol-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- has filed said certificate lows:
TION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given TDA Case #: 2009 TD for aTax Deed to be is Certificate # 2851 of
that Gulf Group Hold- 000192S sued thereon. The cer- 2007 Assessed to:
TDA Case #: 2009 TD ings, as holder of the tificate number and JIM & TAMARA HEN-
000188S � following certificate, Notice is hereby given year of issuance, the .DERSON
has filed said certificate that Gulf Group Hold- name in which the Description: N15 AC-
Notice is hereby given for a Tax Deed to be is- ings, as holder of the property is assessed RES OF E1/2 OF NE1/4
that Gulf Group Hold- sued thereon. The cer- following certificate, and the description of OF SE1/4 AS OR
ings, as holder of the tificate number and has filed said certificate the property is as fol- Parcel ID#:
following certificate, year of issuance, the for a Tax Deed to beis- lows: 25-3N-25-0000-0003-
has filed said certificate name in which the sued thereon. The cer- Certificate # 532 of 001A Opening Bid:
for a Tax Deed to be is- property is assessed tificate number and 2007 Assessed to: $5,819.85
sued thereon. The cer- and the description of year of issuance, the JACK H HOGAN All of said property be-
tificate number and the property is as fol-name in which the Description: DOLPHIN ing in the County of
year of issuance, the lows: property is assessed POINT UNIT 305A & Okaloosa, State of Flor-


ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, )Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
August 25, 2009.
Dated this 10th day of
July, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
07/18/09
07/25/09
08/01/09
08/08/09


Legal # 100737
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000198 C
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2654 of
2007 Assessed . to:
MARY N WICKER
Description: COM NE
COR SW1/4 OF NW1/4
S88 DEG W590.6 FT
TO POB S88 DEG
W432 FT S255.9 FT
N74 DEG E445.5 FT
N147.5 FT TO POB
Parcel ID#:
21-3N-24-0000-0022- ,
001A Opening Bid:


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All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
August 25, 2009.
Dated this 10th day of
July, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD '
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
07/18/09
07/25/09
08/01/09
08/08/09

Legal #100738
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000199 C

Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2329 of
2007 Assessed to:
KENNETH J & CONNIE
M SILER
Description: CREST-
VIEW W95 FT OF LOTS
2 & 3 BLK 129 *LIFE
ESTATE
Parcel ID#:


17-3N-23-2490-0129-
0030 Opening Bid:
$39,743.76
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
August 25, 2009.
Dated this 10th day of
July, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
07/18/09
07/25/09
08/01/09
08/08/09


Legal # 100739
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000200 C

Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance,' the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2755 of
2007 Assessed to:
BENNY 0 HUMBERT
LIFE ESTATE REMAIN-
DER TO STEVEN P
HUMBERT
Description: COM NE


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COR OF SEC W50 FT, BCC Board Meeting
S3271.22 FT W1994.23 Room at the Okaloosa
FT S1352.59 . FT County Courthouse,
E276.15 FT TO BEG Crestview, Florida at
E454.48 FT N631 FT 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
W454.48 FT S631 FT August 25, 2009.
TO POB
Parcel ID#: Dated this 10th day of
23-4N-22-0000-0001- July, 2009.
0500 Opening Bid: DON W. HOWARD
$3,549.59 CLERK OF THE CIR-
All of said property be- CUlT COURTS
ing in the County of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida. 07/15/09
Unless the certificate is 07/22/09
redeemed according to 07/29/09
law, the property de- 08/05/09r
scribed in the certifi- Legal # 100743
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the NOTICE OF APPLICA-
BCC Board Meeting TION FOR TAX DEED
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, TDA Case #: 2009 TD
Crestview, Florida at 000204 C
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
August 25, 2009. Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
Dated this 10th day of wings, as holder of the
July, 2009. following certificate,
DON W. HOWARD has filed said certificate
CLERK OF THE CIR- for a Tax Deed to be is-
CUlT COURTS sued thereon. The cer-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC tificate number and
year of issuance, the
07/18/09 name in which the
07/25/09 property is assessed
08/01/09 and the description of
08/08/09 the property is as fol-
Legal # 100740 lows:
Certificate # 775 of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 2007 Assessed to:
TION FOR TAX DEED SENTERFITT GEORGE
W
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Description: 81/2 OF
000201 S SW1/4 OF CREEK EX-
CEPT W20 ACRES
Notice is hereby given SOLD LESS S288 FT
that Gulf Group Hold- Parcel ID#:
ings, as holder of the 02-2N-23-0000-0005-
Sfollowing certificate, 0000 Opening Bid:
has filed said certificate $3,741.25
for a Tax Deed to be is- All of said property be-
sued thereon. The cer- ing in the County of
tificate number and Okaloosa, State of Flor-
year of issuance, the ida.
name in which the Unless the certificate is
property is assessed redeemed according to
and the description of law, the property de-
the property is as fol- scribed in the certifi-
lows: cate will be sold to the
Certificate # 96 of 2007 highest bidder in the
Assessed to: BCC Board Meeting
MARLA KAY DOVER Room at the Okaloosa
Description: CENTURY County Courthouse,
PARK WEST UNIT 302 Crestview, Florida at
Parcel . ID#: 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
00-2S-22-038H-0302- August 25, 2009.
0000 Opening Bid:
$10,800.60 Dated this 10th day of
All of said property be- July, 2009.
ing in the County of DON W. HOWARD
Okaloosa, State of Flor- CLERK OF THE CIR-
ida. CUlT COURTS I
Unless the certificate is By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
redeemed according to
law, the property de- 07/15/09
scribed in the certifi- 07/22/09
cate will be sold to the 07/29/09
highest' bidder in the 08/08/09
BCC Board Meeting Legal # 100744
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Crestview, Florida at TION FOR TAX DEED
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
August 25, 2009. TDA Case #: 2009 TD
S000205 S
Dated this 10th day of
July, 2009. Notice is hereby given
DON W. HOWARD that Gulf Group Hold-
CLERK OF THE CIR- ings, as holder of the
CUlT COURTS following certificate,
By: ULisa L. Guia, DC has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
07/18/09 " sued thereon. The cer-
07/25/09 tificate number and
08/01/09 year of issuance, the
08/08/09 name in which the
property is assessed
Legal # 100741 and the description of
the property is as fol-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- lows:
TION FOR TAX DEED Certificate # 2112 of
2007 Assessed to:
TDA Case #: 2009 TD JAMES EDWARD LETT
000202 C Description: EMERALD
ESTATES LOT 44
Notice is hereby given Parcel ID#:
that Gulf Group Hold- 16-2S-24-120A-0000-
ings, as holder of the 0440 Opening Bid:
following certificate, $3,576.84
has filed said certificate All of said property be-
for a Tax Deed to be is- ing in the County of
sued thereon. The cer- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
tificate number and ida.
year of issuance, -the Unless the certificate is
name in which the redeemed according to
, property is assessed law, the property de-
and the description of scribed in the certifi-
the property is as fol- cate will be sold to the
lows: highest bidder in the
Certificate # 776 of BCC Board Meeting
2007 Assessed to: Room at the Okaloosa
GEORGE SENTERFITT County Courthouse,
Description: S1/2 OF Crestview, Florida at
SW1/4 E OF CREEK EX 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
S1/2 OF SE1/4 OF August 25, 2009.
SW1/4 1145/1120
Parcel ID#: Dated this 10th day qf
02-2N-23-0000-0006- July, 2009.
0000 Opening Bid: DON W. HOWARD
$3,967.56 CLERK OF THE CIR-
All of said property be- CUlT COURTS
ing in the County, of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida. 07/15/09
Unless the certificate is 07/22/09
redeemed according to 07/29/09
law, the property de- 08/05/09
scribed in the certifi- egal 100745
cate will be sold to the Legal # 100745
highest bidder in the NOTICE OF APPLICA-
BCC Board Meeting TION FOR TAX DEED
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, TDA Case #: 2009 TD
Crestview, Florida at 000206 S
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
August 25, 2009. Notice is hereby given
Dated this 10th da of that Gulf Group Hold-
JulDated th20s 109. th day of ings, as holder of the
NWJuly, 2009. HOWARD following certificate,
DO WHOWARD has filed said certificate
CLERK OF THE CIR- for a Tax Deed to be is-
CUlT COURTS sued thereon. The cer-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC tificate number and
year of issuance, the
07/18/09 name in which the
07/25/09 property is assessed
08/01/09 and the description of
08/08/09 the property is as fol-
Legal# 100742 ertificate # 1091 of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 2007 Assessed to:
TION FOR TAX DEED CENTRAL PARK OF
SHALIMAR INC
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Description: PORT
BLK 55 E97 FT N97 FT
Notice is hereby given TO POB N263 FT E226
that Gulf Group Hold- FT S263 FT W226 FT
ings, as holder of the TO PO0
following certificate, Parcel ID#:
has filed said certificate 05-2S-23-2080-0055-
for a Tax Deed to be is- 001A Opening Bid:
sued thereon. The cer- $7,163.34
tificate number and All of said property be-
year of issuance, the ing in the County of
name in which the Okaloosa, State of Flor-
property is assessed ida.
and the description of Unless the certificate is
the property is as fol- redeemed according to
lows: law, the property de-
Certificate # 280 of scribed in the certifi-
2007 Assessed to: cate will be sold to the
ARLENE POLICASTRO highest Bidder in the
Description: KELLY BCC Board Meeting
HOMES S/D LOT 16 Room at the Okaloosa
BLK SH County Courthouse,
Parcel ID#: Crestview, Florida at


00-2S-22-1350-000H- 10:00 a.m. on tuesday,
0160 Opening Bid: August 25, 2009.
$45,340.85
All of said property be- Dated this 10th day of
ing in the County of July, 2009.
Okaloosa, State of Flor- DON W. HOWARD
ida. CLERK OF THE CIR-
Unless the certificate is CUlT COURTS
redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi- 07/15/09
cate will be sold to the 07/22/09
highest bidder in the 07/29/09
inR/nR/n9


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Legal # 100746 2009 TD 000238 S 15'BLK G redeemed according to Legal # 100776
Parcel ID#: law, the property de-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Notice is hereby given 14-2S-24-221E-OOOG- scribed in the certiffi- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED that Gulf Group Hold- 0150' Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the TION FOR TAX DEED
ings, as holder of the $6,079.83 highest bidder in the
TDA Case #: 2009 TD following, certificate, All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting 2009 TD 000222 S
000207 S has filed said certificate ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa
for a Tax Deed to be is- Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, Notice is hereby given
Notice is hereby given sued thereon. The cer- ida. Crestview, Florida at that Gulf Group Hold-
that Gulf Group Hold- tificate number and Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Friday, wings, as holder of the
ings, as holder of the year of issuance, the redeemed according to September 4,.2009. following certificate,
following certificate, name in which the law, the property de- has filed said certificate
has filed said certificate property is assessed scribed in the certifi- Dated this 17th day of for a Tax Deed to be is-
for a Tax Deed to be is- and the description of cate will be sold to the July, 2009. sued thereon. The cer-
sued thereon. The cer- the property is as fol- highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD tificate number and
tificate number and lows: BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- year of issuance, the
year of issuance, the Certificate # 1970 of Room at the Okaloosa CUIT COURTS name in which the
name in which the 2007 Assessed to: County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, DC property is assessed
property is assessed BOBBIE WILLIAMS Crestview, Florida at and the description of
and the description of Description: SPANISH 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 07/25/09 the property is as fol-
the property is as fol- VILLAS BLDG 399 September 4, 2009. 08/01/09 lows:
lows: UNIT 5 08/08/09 Certificate # 118 of
Certificate # 756 of Parcel ID#: Dated this 17th day of 08/15/09 2007 Assessed to:
2007 Assessed to: 15-2S-24-187A-0399- July,2009. . Legal # 100773 WILLIAM GP KREUSERF
CHARLES A 0050 Opening Bid: DON W. HOWARD Description: COMMO-(
CORSENTINO $6,528.66 CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF APPLICA- DORE POINT S/D LOT
Description: TOM BAR- All of said property be- CUIT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED 150
ROW S/D LOT 1 BLK 8 ing in the County of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Parcel ID#:
1125/1934 Okaloosa, State of Flor- 2009 TD 000219 C 00-2S-22-0515-0000-
Parcel ID#: ida. 07/25/09 1500 Opening Bid:
01-2S-24-2470-0008- . Unless the certificate is 08/01/09 Notice is hereby given $15,206.76
0010 Opening Bid: redeemed according to 08/08/09 that Gulf Group Hold- All of said property be-
$4,343.37 law, the property de- 08/15/09 ings, as holder of the ing in the County of
All of said property be- scribed in the certifi- Legal # 100769 following certificate, Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ing in the County of cate will be sold to the has filed said certificate Ida,.
Okaloosa, State of Flor- highest bidder in the NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- Unless the certificate is
ida. BCC Board Meeting TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- redeemed according to
Unless the certificate is Room at the Okaloosa tificate number and law, the property de-
redeemed according to County Courthouse, 2009 TD 000215 C year of issuance, the scribed in the certifi-
law, the property de- Crestview, Florida at name in which the cate will be sold to the
scribed in the certifi- 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Notice is hereby given property is assessed' highest bidder in the
cate will be sold to the September 4, 2009. that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of BCC Board Meeting
highest bidder in the inthis 17th day of s, as holder of the the property is as fol- Room at the Okaloosa
BCC Board Meeting Dated this 17th day of following certificate, lows: County Courthouse,
Room at the Okaloosa July, 2009. has filed said certificate Certificate # 2935 of Crestview, Florida at
County Courthouse, DON W. HOWARD for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to: 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
Crestview, Florida at CLERK OF THE CIR- sued thereon. The cer- CRESTVIEW ONE LLC September 4, 2009.
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, CUlT COURTS tificate number and Description: ALL N OF
August 25, 2009. By: Lisa L. Guia, DC year of issuance, the 1-10 EX OR 1268/951 & Dated this 17th day of
Dat'd this 10th day of 07/25/09 name in which the EXC BEG � NWC()R July, 2009.
tJuly, 20t10y9. 08/01/09 property is assessed NE1/4 E33. FT S301 FT DON W. HOWARD
20OWARD 08/0/09and the description of W33 FT N301 FT CLERK OF THE CIR-
DON W. HOWARD 08/08/09 the property is as fol- POB CUlTCOURTS
CLERK OF THE CIR- 08/15/09 lows: Parcel ID#: By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
CUIT COURTS a, DCertificate # 1207 of 27-3N-23-0000-0010-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 2007 Assessed to: 0000 Opening Bid: 07/25/09
GRATIO TSANG $379,698.82 08/01/09
07/15/09 Decriptibn: NOR- All of said property be- 08/08/09
07/22/09 Legal # 100764 MANDY TERRACE 1ST ing in the County of 08/15/09
07/29/09 ADD LOTS 1 TO 4 INC Okaloosa, State of Flor-
08/08/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- BLK 3 . ida.
TION FOR TAX DEED Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is Legal # 100777
06-3N-23-1751-0003- redeemed according to
S100747 2009 TD 000212 C 001A Opening Bid: law, the property de- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Legal# 100747 $4,138.85 scribed in the certifi- TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given All of said property be- cate will be sold to the
NOTICE OF APPLICA- that Gulf Group Hold- n e C f highest bidder in the 2009TD 000223 C
TION FOR TAX DEED ings, as holder of the Okaloosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meetingotice is hereby given
following certificate, ida Room at the Okaloosa Notice is hereby given
TDA Case #: 2009 TD has filed said certificate Unless the certificate is County Courthouse, that Gulf Group Hold-
000208 S for a Tax Deed to be is- redeemed according to Crestview, Florida at ings, as holder of the
sued thereon. The cer- law the property de- 10:00 a.m. on Friday, following certificate,
Notice is hereby given tificate number and ascribed in the certifi- September 4, 2009. has filed said certificate
that Gulf Group Hold- year of issuance, the cate will be sold to the for a Tax Deed to be is-
ings, as holder of the name in which the highest bidder in the Dated this 17th day of sued thereon. The cer-
following certificate, property is assessed BCC Board Meet July, 2009 tificate number and
has filed said certificate and the description of Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD year of issuance, the
for a Tax Deed to be is- the property is as fol- County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- name in which the
sued thereon. The cer- lows: Crestview, Florida at CUT COURTS property is assessed
tificate number and Certificate # 2433 of 10:00 a.m. on Friday, By: Lisa L. Guia, DC and the description of
year of issuance, the 2007 Assessed to: September4, 2009. the property is as fol-
name in which the MELODY ANN DREAD- 07/25/09 lows:
property iA assessed ING Dated this 17th day of 08/01/09 Certificate # 2285 of
and the description of Description: CAMP- July, 2009. 08/08/09 2007 Assessed to:
the property is as fol- BELL ADD LOT 4 BLK2 DON W HOWARD 08/15/09 CATHERINE PARKS
lows: Parcel ID#: CLERK OF'THE CIR- Legal # 100774 -- Description: CREST-
Certificate # 383 of 18-3N-23-0230-0002- CUTRK THE COURTS CIR Legal #100774 VIEW LOTS 13 TO 15
2007 Assessed to: 0040 Opening Bid: By:U sa L.Guia, DC NOTICEOFAPPLICA- BLK75 D#:
JOANNEKRISHE $48,357.97 sa NOTICE OF OR TAXPPLI DEE Narce 490-75-
Description: SANDAL- All of said property be- 07/25/09 3TION FOR TAX DEED 4e I0-05-
WOOD MANOR '1ST ing in the County of 08/01/09 2009TD 000220 0130 Opening Bid:
ADD LOT 60 & W15.58 Okaloosa, State of Flor- 08/08/09 2009 TD 000220 S $3,955.54
FT OF N80 FT & LOT ida. 08/0in A of said Property. be-
59 AS OR Unless the certificate is 08/15/09 Notice is hereby given ing in the County of
Parcel ID#: redeemed according to Leal# 100771 ings as holder of the ooate lo
00-2S-22-2167-0000- law, the property de- inga as ase rfoteida. j
following certificate, Unless the certificate is
0600 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi- NOTICE OF APPLICA- has filed said certificate redeemed according to
$41,701.76 cate will be sold to the TION FOR TAX DEED for a Tax Deed to be is- law redeemed according to
All of said property bebidder in the sue toe T Eed toca- he property de-
ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting 2009TD00217 sued thereon. The cR ar- scribed in the certifi-
? �9a 2009 TD 000217 S tificate number and e will be sold to the
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa cate will be sd the
nlessida. Countythe certificate is CNotice is hereby given name in which theMee
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on Friday, wings as holder of the and the description of oom at the Okaloosa
law, the property de- September4, 2009. following certificate the prope is f County Courthouse,
scribed in the certifi- ha filed said Crestview, Florida at
cate will be sold to the Dated this 17th day of has filed said cert icatie lows: 10 o 00 a m, on Friday,
highest bidde in the Jul, 2for a Tax Deed to be is- Certificate # 1406 of Setb 420
highest bidder in the July, 2009. sued thereon. The cer- 2007 Assessed to: Se Omber4 2009.
BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD tificate number and LINDA M TORRES
Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR- ar of ssuance the D h onS Dated this 17th day of
Tyear of issuance, the yatwisb e ,dthe s 17t i o has Juled 2
County Courthouse, CUIT COURTS name in which the ROSEMONT S/D W1 /2 July 2009.
Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L. Gula, DC property is assessed LOTS 3TO 6 BLK H DON HOWARD
rfc Cetict#22o10:00 a.m. on TuesdayFriopertyisassessedyCLERK OF THE CyR-
10:00 a., on Tuesday, 0and the description of Parcel ID#: CUlTCOURTS
August 25 2009. 07/25/09 the property is as fol- 09-1S-22-21 40-000H- s r s, DC
Dated this 10th day of 08/01/09 lows: 003A Opening Bid: By' Lisa L. Gula, DC
tJuly, 2 009. th 08/08/09 Certificate # 116 of $2,588.39 07/25/09
DO0 aWtQO 08/15/09 38 2007 Assessed to: All of said property be- 08/01/09
DON W. HOWARD - l JKP WAVELAND INC ing in the County of 08/0809
CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal #100767 Description: COMMO- Okaloosa, State of Flor- 0815/09
CUlT COURTS DORE POINT S/D LOT ida. 08/15/09
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPICA- 121 Unless the certificate is_______Ni venn
07/18/09 TION FORTAX DEED Parcel ID#: redeemed according to
07/2518/09 2009TD 000213 S 00-2S-22-0515-0000- law, the property de- Legal #100778
08/01/09 2009TD 000213 S 1210 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi-
08/01/09 $15,289.32 cate will be sold to the NOTICE OF APPLICA-
08/08/09 Notice is hereby given All of said property be- highest bidder in the TION FOR TAX DEED
_____________ that Gulf Group Hold- ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting
ings, as holder of the Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa 2009 TD 000224 C
Legal # 100748 following certificate, ida. County Courthouse,
Legal #100748 has filed said certificate Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at Notice is hereby given
NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- redeemed according' to 10:00 a.m. on Friday, that Gulf Group Hold-
TIN OR iDEED sued thereon. The cer- law, the property de- September 4, 2009. ings, as holder of the
TION FOR TAX DEED tificate number and scribed in the certifi- following certificate,
TDA Case # 2009 TD year of issuance, the cate will be sold to the Dated this 17th day of has filed said certificate
T name in which the highest bidder in the July, 2009. for a Tax Deed to be is-
000210 C property is assessed BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD sued thereon. The car-
Notice is hereby givenand the description of Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR- tificate number and
th her the property is as fol-. County Courthouse, CUIT COURTS year of issuance, the
em at hGuld r of the ws' # o Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L. Guia, DC name in which the
nwin hoerthefi at C cat 2233 of 10:00 a.m. on Friday, property is assessed
following certificate, 2007 Assessed to: September 4, 2009. 07/25/09 and the description of
has filed said certificate RITA L. ECHOLS 08/01/09 the property is as fol-
for a Tax Deed to be is- Description: CEDARS Dated this 17th day of 08/08/09 lows:
sued thereon. The cer- UNIT B104 927/149 July,2009. 08/15/09 Certificate # 862 of
tificate number and Parcel ID#: DON W. HOWARD 08 100779 2007 Assessed to:
year of issuance, the 17-25-24-038J-0000- CLERK OF THE CIR- - DARRIN S &LUU BAIR
name in which the B104 Opening Bid: CUIT COURTS
property is assessed $5, 040.85 DC NOTICE OFAPPLICA- Description: ASHLEY
and the description of All of said property be- By': Lisa L. Guia, DC TION FOR TAX DEED PLACE FIRST ADD PH
the property is as fol- ing in the County of, 07/25/09 II LOT 40
Certificate # 970 Okaloosa, State of Flor- 08/01/09 2009 TD 000221 S 02-3N-24-0066-0000-
sse to: ida.08/08/09 Notice is hereby given 0400 Opening Bid:
JOHN LIVINGSTON redeemed according to that Gulf Group Ho d- $4,947.45
Description: BEG SE law the property de- Legal # 100772 wings, as holder of the All of said property be-
COR OF NE1/4 OF scribed in the certifi- following certificate, ing in the County of
NE1/4 N210 FT TO cafe will be sold to the NOTICE OF APPLICA- has filed said certificate Okaloosa, State of Flor-

TO POB AND COM NW Room at the Okaloosa 2009TD 000218 S tificate number and redeemed' according'to

ETT8O4 PFT S5 DEG w F rid at Notice is hereby given property is assessed cae will be sold to the
W15.84 FT N8 DEG St:00 abm. on Friday, that Gulf Group Hold- and the descrition of highest bidder in the
W1356.53 FT N84 DEG September 4, 2009. wings, as holder of the the property is as fol- BCC Board Meeting
El 361.62FT TO P06 Dd ts 1h d following certificate, Iowa: Room at the Okaloosa

Parce-00 ID#:Juy200D . for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to- Crestview, Florida at
0010 Opening Bid: CLERK OF THE CIR- suedtheeon.mTe car- THIEN D AND TINA K 10:0embeon, rida.
All of said property be- By' Lisa L. Guia, DC name in which' the Dep NITin S Dated this 17th day of

idalo.os StaoFlor- 07/25/09 and the description of DON W. HOWARD
Unless the certificate is 08/01/09 the property is as fol- 7030-B RK OFTH CIR-
redeemed according to 08/15/09 ' Certificate # 18 of 2007 3os5 property 2e- BLs Ga, DC
scribed in the certifi- Legal #100768 A ICALs CLAd - ing in the County of0
highest bidder in the NOTICE OF APPLICA- Description: COM INT lda. t cta is 08/08/09
B C CaBoard Meeting TION FOR TAX DEED E R/W INDUSTRIAL Unless the certificate is 08/15/09
Room at the Okaloosa PARK' RD AND S R/w redeemed according to 08/15 /09
County Courthouse, 2009 TD 000214 S AIRPORT RD THC S law, the property de- Legal #100779
Crestview, Florida at .T scribd in the certifi-
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Notice is hereby given CURVE THC ALG h et bidde in the TICE OR AX DEED
August 25, 2009. that Gulf Group Hold- CURVE 133 FT S79 hig heat bidderein tie TION FOR TAX DEED
ings, as holder of the DEG E 1lFT TO POB BCC Board Meet ing
Dated this 10th day of following certificate, rM nc= cQnno, CT Room at the Okaloosa 2009 TD 000225. C


July, 2009. has filed said certificate TO S R/W AIRPORT RD County ort N s
DON W. HOWARD for a Tax Deed to be is- S83 DEG E 120.31 FT. Crestview, Florida at Notice is hereby given
CLERK OF THE CIR- sued thereon. The cer- S6 DEG W 307.55 FT10:00 a.m., on Friday, that Gulf Group Hold-
CUlT COURTS tificate number and TO N R/W INDUSTRIAL September 4, 2009. ing, as holder of the
yearDfollowing certificate,
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC year of issuance, the PARK RD N79 DEG Dated this 17th day of has followingled said certificate,
name in which the' W120.52 FTTO POB has filed said certificate
07/18/09 property is assessed Parcel ID#: July, 2009. for a Tax Deed to be is-
07/25/09 and the description of 00-2S-22-0000-0058- DON W. HOWARD sued thereon. The cer-
08/01/09 the property is as fol- 0100 Opening Bid: CLERK OF THE CIR tificate number and
08/08/09 lows: $46,622.26 CUlT COURTS year of issuance, the
Certificate # 1875 of All of said property be- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC name in which the
Legal #100763 2007 Assessed to: ing in the County of 07/25/09andproperty is assessed
HELEN MCCORVEY Okaloosa, State of Flor- 0/0125/09and the description of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Description: SEA ida 08/01/09 the property is as fol-
TION FOR TAX DEED BREEZE ADD #4 LOT Unless the certificate is 08/08/09 lows:
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Septemoer4,20uua. JIMMIE W. WILLIAMS
Dated this 17th day of a/k/a JIMMY W. WIL-
Dated this 17th day of LIAMS JIMMIE
July, 2009. W.WILLIAMS TRUST,
DON W. HOWARD U.S. SMALL BUSINESS
CLERK OF THE CIR- ADMINISTRATION,
CUlT COURTS RICHARD B. SHAMBO,
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Defendant
07/25/09 NOTICE OF FORE-
08/08/09 CLOSURE SALE
08/15/09 NOTICE IS HEREBY
Legal # 100780 given that a pursuant to
ea Summary Final Judg-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- ment of Foreclosure
TION FOR TAXPDEED entered on July 21,
2009, by the above eri-
2009 TD 000227 S titled Court in the
above styled cause, the
Notice is hereby given undersigned DON W.
that Gulf Group Hold- HOWARD. Clerk of Cir-
ings, as holder of thecut Court of Okloosa
followings sertifiate, County, Florida, will on
following certificate, t uF
has filed said certificate the 25 Day of August,
for a Tax Deed to be is- ficate 2009, at 11:00 am., at
asued Tereone The cero the front South door of
sued thereon. The cer- the Clerks Office,
tificate number and les County
year of issuance, the Okaloosa County
name in which the Courthouse, 101
property is assessed James 'Lee Blvd.,
roand the description f Crestview, Florida,offer
the property is as fol- for sale and sell at pub-
Spropews: lic outcry to the highest
Certificate # 2138 of and -best bidder for
2007 Assessed to: cash, the following de-
SHENAssMULLIeKINt scribe property situated
SHENA D MULLIKIN OO ro
Description: BROOK- in Okaloosa County,
WOOD LOT 12 Florida to-wit:
Parcel ' ID#:B.. t p
16-2S-25-0274-0000- Beginning at a point
0120 Opening Bid: on the South right of
$57,312.34 way line of State Road
All of said property be- No. 90 that intersects
ing in the County of the East line of Sec-'
Okalnoosa, Sitate of Fnlor- tion 16, Township 3
Okaloosa, tate o North, Range 23 West
ida. thence westerly along
Unless the certificate is said road 400 feet to
redeemed according to the point of beginning
law, the property de- of the tract of land
scribed in the certifi-h er ridosribd
cate will be sold to the herein described;
highest bidder in the thence continue west-
BCC Board Meetin early along said road
Room at the Okaloosa 150 feet, thence South
County Courthouse, 300 feet, more or less,
Crestview, Florida at to a fence, thence
10:00 a.m. on Friday, Easterly parallel to
September 4, 2009. feetthence North 300
Dated this 17th day of feet, more or less to
the pont of beginning,
July, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD being, in Okaloosa
CLERK OF THE CIR- County, Florida.
CUT COURTSaDC Any person claiming an
By: Lsa L. Guia, DC interest in the surplus
07/25/09 from the sale, if any,
08/01/09 other than the property
08/01/09 owner as of the date of
08/08/09 the lis pendens must
08/15/09 file a claim within sixty
�0 (60) days after the sale.
Legal # 100781 In Accordance with the
IN THE CIRCUIT American with Disabili-
COURT IN AND FOR ties Act, is you are a
OKALOOSA COUNTY, person With a disability
FLORIDA PROBATE who needs any accom-
DIVISION FILE NO. modation in order to
09-CP-686 participate in this pro-
ceeding you are enti-
IN RE: ESTATE OF tied, at no cost to you
OUIDA H. KEYSER to the provision of cer-
DECEASED. tain assistance. Please
contact'the office of the
NOTICE TO CREDI- Court Administrator
TORS (850) 689-5000, within
two working days of
The administration of your receipt of this No-
the the estate of tice; if you are hearing
OUIDA H. KEYSER de- impaired, (TDD)
ceased, whose -date of 1-800-955-8771, or
death was December voice (V)
14, 2008,' is pending in 1-800-955-8770, via
the Circuit Court for Florida Relay Service.
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division, Dated this 22 Day of
the address of which is July, 2009
Okaloosa County
Courthouse, Crestview, DON W. HOWARD
Florida. The names Clerk of Circuit Court
and addresses of the Okaloosa County
personal representative Courthouse
and the personal 101 James Lee Blvd.,
representative's attor- East
ney are set forth below. Crestview, Florida
32536
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per- By: Viki Jackson
sons having claims or Deputy Clerk
demands against
decedent's estate on 08/01/09
whom a copy of this 08/08/09
notice is required to be
served must file their Legal # 100786
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER IN THE CIRCUIT
OF THREE MONTHS COURT FOR
AFTER THE TIME OF OKALOOSA COUNTY
FIRST PUBLICATION FLORIDA PROBATE
OF THIS NOTICE OR DIVISION FILE NO. DI-
30 DAYS AFTER THE VISION
DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS IN RE: ESTATE OF
NOTICE ON THEM. ARBARA DEKLE
SOWELL a/k/a MARY
All other creditors of BARBARA SOWELL
the decedent and other Deceased.
persons having claims
or demands against the NOTICE TO CREDI-
decedent's estate must TORS
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 The administration of
MONTHS AFTER THE the estate of BAR-
DATE OF THE FIRST BARA DEKLE
PUBLICATION OF SOWELL a/k/a MARY
THIS NOTICE. BARBARA SOWELL,
deceased, whose date
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO of death was February
FILED WITHIN THE 21, 2009, is pending in
PERIODS SET FORTH the Circuit Court for
IN SECTION 733.702 Okaloosa County
OF THE FLORIDA Courthouse, 101
PROBATE CODE James Lee Boulevard
WILL BE FOREVER East, Crestview, Florida
BARRED. 32536. The names and
addresses of the Per-
NOTWITHSTANDING sonal Representative
THE TIME PERIODS and the Personal
SET FORTH ABOVE, Representative's attor-
ANY CLAIM FILED ney are set forth below.
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE All creditors of the de-
DECEDENT'S DATE cedent and other per-
OF DEATH IS sons having claims or
BARRED. demands against
decedent's estate on
Date of the first publi- whom a copy of this
cation of the Notice of notice is required to be
Administration : July served must file their
A a2009 claims with this court
25 WITHIN THE LATER
JASON R. MOULTON OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
660 North Ferdon THE TIME OF THE
Boulevard, Suite A FIRST PUBLICATION
Crestview, Florida OF THIS NOTICE OR
32536850-689-1474 30 DAYS AFTER THE
Florida Bar No. DATE OF SERVICE OF
0150126 Bar A COPY OF THIS ON
Attorney for Petitioner THEM.
Co-Personal Repre- All other creditors of
sentatives: the decedent any other
CHARLES R. KEYSER persons having claims
2017 Shoreland Drive or demands against


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All of said property be- Le
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
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decedent's estate must D;ecr..pi.:.r. r2:6-' FT ACCORDING TO THE tificate number and Okaloosa, State of Flor- cate will be sold to the Hammond
file their claims with this OF NE1/4 OF NE1/4 PLAT THEREOF RE- year of issuance, the Ida. highest bidder in the Hammond
court WITHIN 3 OF NE1/4 EX E33 FT CORDED IN PLAT name in which the Unless the certificate is BCC Board Meeting Cadette
MONTHS AFTER THE FOR RD R/W BOOK 7, PAGE 63, OF property is assessed redeemed according to Room at the Okaloosa V-3 Organ
DATE OF THE FIRST Parcel ID#: THE PUBLIC REC- and the description of law, the property de- County Courthouse, Vintage, two key-
PUBLICATION OF 11-3N-22-0000-0001- ORDS OF OKALOOSA the property is as fol- scribed in the certifi- Crestview, Florida at boards, gizmos, etc.
THIS NOTICE. 0020 Opening Bid: COUNTY, FLORIDA. lows: cate will be sold to the 10:00 a.m. on Friday, $100 OBO. 573
$3,046.79 A/K/A 611 LLOYD Certificate # 2634 of highest bidder in the September 4, 2009. 310-3382.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO All of said property be- STREET, FT. WALTON 2007 Assessed to: BCC Board Meeting
FILED WITHIN THE ing in the County of BEACH, FL 32547 DEBRA L FOLSOM Room at the Okaloosa Dated this 17th day of
TIME PERIODS SET Okaloosa, State of Flor- Any person claiming an Description: MORRIS County Courthouse, July, 2009.
FORTH IN SECTION ida. interest in the surplus ADD CRESTVIEW Crestview, Florida at DON W. HOWARD
733.702 OF THE FLOR- Unless the certificate is from the sale, if any, LOTS 17 THRU 20 INC 10:00 a.m. on Friday, CLERK OF THE CIR-
IDA PROBATE CODE redeemed according to other than the property BLK 2 Parcel ID#: September 4, 2009. CUIT COURTS
WILL BE FOREVER law, the property de- owner as of the date of 21-3N-23-1670-0002- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
BARRED. scribed in the certifi- the Lis Pendens must 0170 Opening Bid: Dated this 17th day of
cate will be sold to the file a claim within sixty $4,708.04 July, 2009. 7/25/2009
NOTWITHSTANDING highest bidder in the (60) days after the sale. All of said property be- DON W. HOWARD 8/1/2009
THE TIME PERIODS BCC Board Meeting WITNESS MY HAND ing in the County of CLERK OF THE CIR- 8/8/2009
SET FORTH ABOVE, Room at the Okaloosa and the seal of this Okaloosa, State of Flor- CUlT COURTS 8/15/2009
ANY CLAIM FILED County Courthouse, Court on July 10, 2009. ida. Unless the certifi- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC _4100 - Help Wanted
TWO (2) YEARS OR Crestview, Florida at cate is redeemed ac- 4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
MORE AFTER THE 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Don W. Howard cording to law, the 7/25/2009 4120- Sales
DECEDENT'S DATE OF August 25, 2009. Clerk of the Circuit property described in 8/1/2009 4130 - Employment
DEATH IS BARRED. Court the certificate will be 8/8/2009 | 1160 Information
Dated this 10th day of By: Vicki Jackson sold to the highest bid- 8/15/2009 Lost: Rings with great
The date of first publi- July, 2009. Deputy Clerk der in the BCC Board sentimental value on
cation of this notice is DON W. HOWARD Meeting Room at the LEGAL#120302 7/26 in Crestview
August 1, 2009 CLERK OF THE CIR- Florida Default Law Okaloosa County Publix - parking lot or | 4100O
CUIT COURTS Group, P.L. P.O. Box Courthouse, Crestview, NOTICE OF APPLICA- store. REWARD for re-
Attorney for .personal By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 25018 Tampa, Florida Florida at 10:00 a.m. TION FOR TAX DEED turn. Call 689-7640 -A
representative 33622-5018 on Friday, September .------. .
STRATTON SMITH, 07/18/09 ,' 4, 2009. 2009 TD 000234 C .
ESQUIRE 07/25/09 IMPORTANT f
STRATTON LAW FIRM 08/01/09 In accordance with the Dated this 17th day of Notice Is hereby given , ' , Education/Training
609 West Azeele Street 08/08/09 Americans with Disabil- July, 2009. that Gulf Group Hold- '
Tampa, Florida 33606 ______ cities Act, persons with DON W. HOWARD ings, as holder of the Child Care
T e I e p h o n e LEGAL#120294 disabilities needing CLERK OF THE CIR- following certificate, ' director
813-251-1624 special accommoda- CUlT COURTS has filed said certificate Director
Florida Bar No. 340030 IN THE CIRCUIT tion to participate in By: Lisa L. Guia, DC for a Tax Deed to be is- For Niceville/Bluewater.
Fax 813-254-8579 COURT IN AND FOR this proceeding should sued thereon. The cer- PETS ANIMALS Experience w/ creden-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, contact Court Adminis- 7/25/2009 tificate number and tials req'd, salary nego-
Personal Representa- FLORIDA PROBATE tration at 101 James 8/1/2009 year df issuance, the 2100- Pets tiable. Also hiring for all
tive DIVISION CASE NO. Lee Boulevard East, 8/8/2009 name in which the 2110- Pets: Free to positions.Email resume
ANN S. GILES 09CP612 Crestview, FL., 8/15/2009 property is assessed Good Home to: info@aitsnet.com
c/o 609 West Azeele 32536-3515; telephone and the description of 2120- Pet Supplies
Street IN RE: ESTATE OF number (850)689-5000, LEGAL#120299 the property is as fol- 210 Farm A mals/ Insurance
Tampa Florida 33606 JOYCE S. LANDOWSKI Extension 7497, prior to Lo 2140 - Pets/ lestock A Terrific
Deceased. the proceeding. or NOTICE OF APPLICA- Certificate # 1568 of Wanted
08/01/09 S h a I i m a r TION FOR TAX DEED 2007 Assessed to: 2150 - Pet Memorials Opportunity!
08/08/09 NOTICE TO CREDI- (850)651-7497 - JOHN & ET THORN-
9 C T2009 TD 000231 C TON Liberty National 2Life
Legal* 120284 TO s . IMPORTANT . Description: COM NW 3 Insurance CompanyL
The administration of In accordance with the Notice is hereby given COR E1634.45 FTiI 6990 $in,n0n+ Earning P-
IN THE CIRCUIT the estate of JOYCE S Americans with Disabil- that Gulf Group Hold- S883.96 FT TO POB a en
COURT OF THE LANDOWSKI de- cities Act, persons with wings, as holder of the E576 FT N125 FT Adorable Black & tential, Benefits, Pen-
FIRST JUDICIALCIR- ceased, File disabilities needing following certificate, W385.5 FT THC ALG white Shi-Tzu puppies sion, 401(k), BCBS
CUIT, IN AND FOR Number-09-CP-612 is special accommoda- has filed said certificate CURVE 72.29 FT S60 3 males. $250, now tak- Insurance for those
OKALOOSA COUNT, pending in the Circuit tion to participate in for a Tax Deed to be is- DEG W159.84 TO POB ingdeposits. Ready who qualify Call
FLORIDA CASE NO.: Court for Okaloosa this proceeding should sued thereon. The car- & COM NW COR Today 398-6417 or 1-800-257-5500.
2009-DR-2448 County, Florida, Pro- contact Court Adminis- tificate number and E1634.45 FT S883.96 699-0790 Lawn Tek LLC is hirin
bate Division, the ad- tration at 1250 N. Eglin year of issuance, the FT TO POB S100 FT Lawn TekL rien
GERALD GOODSON dress of which is 101 E Parkway, Shalimar, FL, name in which the E612 FT N19 DEG an ence
and ELLEN E. James Lee Blvd.' 32579; telephone num- property is assessed W106.28 FT W576 FT lawn maintenance
GOODSON, Crestview, Florida ber (850)651-7497, and the description of TO POB BEING LOTS 2130 ] person Call 865-3266
Petitioners 32536. The names and prior to the proceeding. the property is as fol- 609 & 610 Parcel ID#: FOR SALE
address of the personal lows: 10-2N-25-0000-0006- 1999 Stallion Sales/Business Dev.
and representatives and the 7/25/2009 Certificate # 2893 of 0960 Opening Bid: Dam: Chiefs Frisky Sis
personal representa- 8/1/2009 2007 Assessed to: $3,373.08 850-626901 Single Copy
KEVIN M. GOODSONtives' attorney are set LEGAL#120296 JAMES R CAINEJR All of said property be 850-626-4901 Merchandiser
and MARY S. forth below. Description: COM NE ing in the County of .. --erchandiser
GOODSON All creditors of the de- NOTICE OF APPLICA- COR OF NW1/4 OF Okaloosa, State of Flor- * %
Respondents cedent and other per- TION FOR TAX DEED NW1/4 E210 FT S60 FT ida. \ The Northwest Flor-
sons having claims or FOR POB S226.11 FT Unless the certificate is ( Ida Daily News, Ft.
AMENDED NOTICE demands against 2009 TD 000228 C E210 FT N226.11 FT redeemed according to Walton Beach, FL, is.
OF ACTION decedent's estate, in- Notice is hereby given W210 FT TO POB law, the property de- seeking a self- moti-
S. cluding unmatured, that Gulf Group Hold--LESS N1 FT TO scribed in the certifi- . vated energetic indi-
TO: MARY S.contingent or unliqui- wings, as holder of the GREENE cate will be sold to the vidual to further in-
GOODSON dated claims, on whom following certificate, Parcel ID#: highest bidder in the crease our single-
curret address- un- copy of thisnotcfe s has filed saidcertificate 26-3N-24-0000-0002- BCC Board Meeting copy sales by secur-
known; last known ad- served must file their for a Tax Deed to be is- 002A Opening Bid: Room at the Okaloosa 3100- Antiques ing new rack loca-
dress is: 322 Kepner claims with this court sued thereon. The cer- $1,553.82 County Courthouse, 3110 - Appliances tons and store
Drive, NE WITHIN THE LATER tificate number and All of said property be- Crestview, Florida at 3120 - Arts & Crafts counter sale opportu-
Fort Walton Beach, FL OF 3 MONTHS AFTER year of issuance the ing in the County of 10:00 a.m. on Friday, 3130 - Auctions cities. Sales and
32548 THE DATE OF THE name in which the Okaloosa, State of Flor- September 4, 2009. 3140 - Baby Items marketing and well
FIRST PUBLICATION property is assessed ida. 3150- Building Supplies as previous newspa-
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- OF THIS NOTICE OR and the description of Unless the certificate is Dated this 17th day of 3160- Business per experience a
TIFIED that a Verified 30 DAYS AFTER THE the property is as fol- redeemed according to July, 2009. Equipment plus. Must have de-
Petition For Temporary DATE OF SERVICE OF lows: law, the property de- DON W. HOWARD 3170Collectibles pendable car and
Custody has been filed A COPY OF THIS NO- Certificate # 1651 of scribed in the certifi- CLERK OF THE CIR- 3190-Eletronics proper insurance. A
against you and that TICE ON THEM. 2007 Assessed to cate will be sold to the CUIT COURTS 3200- Firewood background check
you are required to All other creditors of MARSHAL J DEES highest bidder n the By: Usa L. Guia, DC 3220 - Furniture Including motor vehi-
serve a copy of your re- the decedent and other Description: MATH- BCC Board Meeting 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales cle history will be re-
sponse or pleading to persons having claims ISON CREEK EST @ Room at the Okaloosa 7/25/2009 3240- G Things quired.
the Complaint upon the or demands against KENNEDY LAKES PH 2 County,- Courthouse, 8/1/2009 3250 - Good Things to Eat
Petitioner's attorney, decedent's estate, in BLK B L19 Crestview, Florida at 8/8/2009 3260 - Health & Fitness Schedule must be
WANDA J. CLAPP, clouding unmatured, Parcel ID#: -10:00 a.m. on Friday, 8/15/2009 3270- .Jewelry/Clothing flexible. The Daily
ES., 814 Shadow 3280-Mahlney/ News offers a co-
ESQ., 814 Shad contingent or unliqui- 11-3N-24-44-000B- September 4, 2009. LEGAL#120303 Equipment efi ck
Lane Suite Fort Walton dated claims, must file 0190 Opening Bid: Date. i 3210 - MedalEquipment ewna incldi pa i
Beach, F 32547 and their claims with this $2,501.83 Dated 17th day of NOTICE OF APPLICA- 3300 - Miscellaneous atige ncluing paid
file the original re- court WITHIN 3 All of said property be- ,2009. TION FOR TAX DEED 3310 - Musical Instments vacation an sick
sponse or pleading in MONTHS AFTER THE ing in the County of D W. HOWARD 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ leave medical, den-
the office of the Clerk DATE OF THE FIRST Okaloosa, State of Flor- CLERK OF THE CIR- 2009 TD 000236 S Supplies tal, vision and life
of the Circuit Court, on PUBLICATION OF ida. CUlT COURTS 3330 t RestaurantHotel insurance, 401 (k)
or before August 24, THIS NOTICE, Unless the certificate is By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Notice is hereby given 3340- Sprting Goods lan. Position ispaid
2009. f you fail to do ALL CLAIMS NOT SO redeemed according to that Gulf Group Hold- 350 Tickets(Buy&Sell) hourly wage plus in-
so, a Default Judgment FILED WILL BE FOR- law, the property de- 7/25/2009 ings, as holder of the I centive pay. The
will be taken against EVER BARRED. scribed in the certificate 8/1/2009 following certificate, Daily News is an
you for the relief de- The date of the first will be sold to the high- 8/8/20099 has file said certificate , equal opportunity
handed in the Petition. publication of this No- est bidder in the BCC 8/15/2009 for a Tax Deed to be is- 3. T employer and
ATtice is July25,2009. Board Meeting Room LEGAL#120300 sued thereon. The cer- ANTIQUES- Clock Re- drug-free workplace.
DATED at Shalimar, at the Okaloosa County LEGALtificate number and pair: Grandfathers,
Okaloosa County Flor- Co-Personal Repre- Courthouse, Crestview, NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the Ctucko Any E-mlres m
ida, this 10 day of July, tentative: Marsha Grif- Florida at 10:00 a.m. TION FOR TAX DEED name in which the Type of Clocks -211 N. vavala@pcnh.com
2009. fin 3081 Auburn Road on Friday, September property is assessed Main St. Call 689-1007 or mall to
DON W. HOWARD Crestview, Fl 32539 4, 2009. 2009 TD 000232 S and the description of Jim Vavala,
the property is as fol- The News Herald
CLERK OF THE CIR- Co-Personal Repre- Dated this 17th day of Notice is hereby givenlows: Panama City, FLBo
CUIT COURT sentative: Diane Neely July, 2Q09. Gulf Group old- Certificate # 611 of 3220 PanamaCityi
DeputBy: Ana Cantrall 6635 SW Ventura Drive DON W. HOWARD tha G 2007Assessed to: REN $785 Leather Sofa &32402
Deputy Clerk Tigard, OR 97223-9186 CLERK OF THE CIR- ings,as holdertificate WHEELER Loveseat set, new in Apply online at
CUITCOURTS following certificate Desription: SANTA box. Lifetim e warr. Cain www.emeraldcoast.
07/18/09 Attorney for Personal By: Usa L. Gui� DC has filed said certificate Description: SANTA box. Lifetime warr. Can com/employ_ap
07/25/09Attorney for Personal By: Usa L Gu DC ax Deed to be is- ROSA ISLAND LOT 300 deliver. 850-471-0330 com/employap
8/1/09 Represetative: B 7/25/2009 sued thereon. The cer- BLK 6 843/654 Parcel All new Pillowtop Mat- No phone calls.
8/8/09 F./bar/no13 Post.8/15/2009.tificate number and ID#:00-2S-24-2185-000 tress Queen/box spring
L-ga 100782 FI/bar/no. 134450 Post 8/1/2009 year of issuance, the 6-0300 Opening Bid: Fact. warr. $169 Can
Legal 100782 Office Box 1131 Crest- 8/8/2009 name in which the $12,153.11 deliver. 850-471-0330 . Steele Magnolias
NoticevofSale 0682Florida 32536 8/15/2009 property is assese'ed ofsaid propertybe- nd pc an
Notice of Sale (850)682-4820 LEGAL#120297 and the descption of l te box set. New, in plastic ing for experienced
Pursuant to state law, a 7252009 the property s as fol- idOkaloosa, State or Pillowtop. $225. 850 Hair Stylists & Nail
sale will be held at A-1 8/1/2009 NOTICE OF APPLICA- lows: 471-0330 Can deliver Technician. This is. a
Crestview Mini Storage TION FOR TAX DEED Certificate 372 redeemed ificate isng to Mattress and Box Set, e a o .
544 2007 Assessed to: redeemed according to Mattress and Box Set, great place to build
544 W. James Lee LEGAL#120295 2009TD 000229 C JOHN B & KAREN F law, the property de- Full Size Still sealed clientele. Call Cathy
Blvd. Crestview FL LEGAL#120295 2009 TD 000229 C BASCOMB & KAREN F scribed in the cartifi- from factory, new, Steele Owner
32539 on 8/15/09 at IN THE CIRCUIT OF is her iven Description: SAND- cate will be sold to the $129. 850 471-0330 398-3362
9:00. The following THE FIRST JUDICIAL tht Gulf herebyoup Hold- PIPER COVE PHASE highest bidder In the .
units will be sold: CIRCUIT IN AND FOR hags, holder of the #3 UNIT 1053 BLDGBCC Board Meeting .--..
OKALOOSA COUNTY, following ce rtificate 19 Parcel ID#: Room at the Okaloosa' '"- ...
B-e FLORIDA CIVIL AC- has filed saidcertificate 00-2S-22-213L-0019- County Courthouse, 3230 1
Terry McQueen TIONCASE for. a Tax Deed to be is- 1053 Opening Bid: Crestvlew, Florida at .,
4629 Berry Rd. NO.2007-CA-002700-S T ereon The car-d $10,499.44 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Baker . -a..fo
Hot, F. 32564 DIVISION FILE tificate number and ll of said property be-September 4, 2009. Spaces available for
B-20 - NO:F7015772 year of issuance, the ing in the County of his 17th day of Sat. Aug 8th.
Wade Gabriel CITIMORTGAGE, INC., name in which the ssed kaloosa, State of July, 2009. 7am-12pm @ The - *t t
2787 Teepee Rd. Plaintiff,descritin f Unless thecertificate is DON W. HOWARD Baker Block Mu- REAL ESTAT FOR RENT
Navarre, Fl. 32566 andu the description of eCLERK OF... .... r-. seum. $10 per space.
the propertyy is as fol- redeemed according to CUIT COURTSHE call 537-5714. 100Busir spaceness/
B-24 lvsows: aw the prohpt a- By:UsaLathI Commerial-
Holly Palmer LEO Certificate # 2634 of scribed in the certifi- By: Usa L. Guia, DC tview prtmenis
O28 elsbye LEON J. BUTLER, et al, 2007 Assessed to: cate will be sold to the rMoving Sale& 81 - Aarent
20 Oewsb Ave. Defendantss. DEBRA L FOLSOM highest bidder in the 7/25/2009 Fri Moving Salet 8120- Reacd Rentels'
NOIC OF- �FOR-Description: MORRIS RoC Bat t eetang 812009 7am-Until, 396 Cedar 0140- Heose Rentals
B-26 NOTICE OF FORE- ADD ICRESTVIEW RooCm at the Okatoosa 8/8/2009 Ave. Household items e1s0- Roommate Wanted
Tammie Lewis CLOSURE SALE LOTS 17 THRU 20 INC County Courthouse, 8/15/2009 clothes, tools. To much -Roms for Rent
Biake Ave. NOTICE IS HEREBY LK 2 Parcel ID#: Crestvdew, Florida at- -to list Rain or Shinel 610 -Tol n Hoeals
100cm .lonAve. FrdyC, nE HERE Y21-2 R t0:0 a Rda LEGAL#120304 C Rw 6T
C-view, Fl. 32536 GIVEN pursuant to a Fl- 0170 Opening Bid: September 4,f if2009.cte crastview &ot 6190 -TImeshrae Rentals
C nal Judgmenht of Mort- $4,708.04 NOTICE OF APPLICA- Yard Sale 200- Vacation Rentals
w M" h gage Foreclosure All'nof said o roerty. be- Dated this 17th day of TINOiR TAX iDEED r Sat. 7am -11amM, ini e
Wilw16 ll enteRed in 7 Ca N. ldog in the County of July, 2009 . 1419 Quail Ridge St.
C-view Fl.nst 323 eJe UasLER o Okaloosa, State of Flot- DON W. HOWARD 2009 TD 000237 C Airport Rd., Grand View
C-vRewdI. COD- K da. Unless the certifi- CLERK OF THE CIR- Heights Sub. Furniture, 6100
C-6 the Circuit Court of the cate is redeemed ac- CUIT COURTS Notice is hereby given misc household & o- --- i
ReginaMcTear in and for OKALO cording to law, the By: Lisa L. Gua, DC that Gulf Group Hold- appis, clothing mens Crestview
225 Kennedy Dr. N N Dt s 1t d a Ings, as holder of the sm - xl - women 8-12, Office Sace
C-view, Fl. 32536 County Florida the certificate will be 7/25/2009 following .certificate, craft Items & lots more Executive offices in
TM IM sold to the highest bid- 8/1/2009 has filed said certificate McClain, Office Plaza
TDAv Kas is:iAnt aN. der in the BIC Board 8/8/2009f for a Tax Deed to be Is- DEGW2 Ton Hve 65. Only 65
16 iSPON JE BUlaiER SI ME tihng Room at the 8/15/2009sued thereon. The cer- Ero. T ,-TW--73 units efto Rate in-
4099 Painter Branch C.OE " . . AN 'u Okaloosa Countya S tiflcate number and lid 324 .J cludes ALL utilities,
Rd. ^r AN I Mnw- Courthouse, Crestview, year of issuance, the
C-view, Fl. 32539 AND', - AL LUNKNOWN Florida at 10:00 a.m. name in which the Gun Show hgsedn teret,
PA'RTIRES CLIMI on Friday, September NOTICE OF APPLICA- property is assessed tainanca and daily
08/01/09 BYTH ^R GrH,^ U 4 2009." TION FOR TAX DEED and the description of Panama City cleaning. 662-0791
08/08/09 DER, AN AGAINST Dated this 17th day of the property is as fol- Fairgrounds
-------------INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- Certificate # 999 of August 1 & 2 Crestvlew Retail space
Legal# 100723 ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT DON W. HOWARD Notice is hereby given 2007. Assessed to: *Sat. 9-5 on John King Rd in
KNOWN TO BE DEAD CLERK OF THE CIR- that Gulf Group Hold- WILLIAM R MCKELVY *Sun. 10-4 Southgate Plaza. Un-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- OR ALIVE, WHETHER C OURTS logs, as holder of the Dec ionCOM NW furnished unit $625.
TION FOR TAX DEED SD UNKNOWN PAR- isa L. Guia, DC following certificate, COR $54 FT E219 FT Free Parking Furnished (plush) of-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN B has filed said certificate S200 FT E188 FT S13 (407) fice, $825. Ready to
TDA Case #: 2009 TD INTEREST . AS 7/25/2009 for a Tax Deed to be is- DEG W621 FT N76 275-7233 A move isl 850 651-9900
000211 C SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- 8/1/2009 sued thereon. The cer- DEG W322.5 FT TO Ask to speak to Buddy.
VISEES', GRANTEES, 8/8/2009 tificate, number and P0B S14 DEG W269 floridagunshows.com Byron, or Sonya


Notice is hereby given OR OTHER CLAIM- 8/15/2009 year of issuance, the FT S2 DEG W241 FT
that Gulf Group Hold- ANTS; EGLIN FED-______________ name in which the W306.7 FT N576 FT
ings, as holder of the ERAL CREDIT UNION; property is assessed S76 DEG E370 FT TO6 J i W
following certificate, arhe Defendants, I LEGAL#1 20298 and the description of POB
has filed said certificate will sell to the highest APPLICA-the property is as fol- Parcel ID#
for a Tax Deed to be is- and best bidder for NOTICE OF APPLICA-arcelID# GREEN & BOILED
sued thereon. The cer- cash at IN FRONT OF TION FOR TAX DEED lows: 04-3N-23-0000-0026-00 PEANUTS. $99 Move In
tificaed t numb er-andhCLERKS FRONTOCertificate # 3401 of 00 Opening Bid. : PEANUTS. SpecI
tificate number and CLERKOFSHA FRON 2009 TD 000229 C 2007Assessed to: D & $22,604.58 HOLLANDFARMS. Cr Specia well-
year of issuance, the DOOR OF SHALIMAR 2009oTD 000229 B LLC All of said property be- 1-877-675-6876 Crestview- Quiet well-
name in which the ANNEX at 11:oAM, o hereby given Description: HARRIS- ing in the County of maintained 2 br, 1 ba,
prope rty is assessed the 19 day of August Notice s hereby gien G STATES LOT 3 Okaloosa, State of Flor- t total electric 585-6985
andthe description of 2009, the following de- that hGulf Group Hold- B LK A Parcel D#: idkaloosa, State of Flor- total electric 585-6985
the property is as fol- sc aibed property as set fols, owins holdcertificate 36-4N-24-1000-000A- Unless the certificate is I 3280 - Crestvlew Nice 2br,
Certificate # 1639 of ment: has filed said certificate 0030 Opening Bid: redeemed according to 1945 Tractor for Sale lba, apt. w/d, stove, re-
Certific2007 Assessed to: LOT 3, BLOCK Af mt: CAN- for a Tax Deed to be is$4,671.42 law, the property de- runs but needs work frigerator, rear deck,
2007WILLIAM Assessed to: LOT 3 BLOCK AGE, sued thCAN- ereon The c All of said property be- scribed in the certifi- $1200. O.B.O. 140 Lake St. $500/mo
WILLIAM A DOGLAS DLEWOOD VILLAGE, sued thereon. e cer- ing in the County of 902-3282 + $500 dep. 682-3514


Crestview 2br, 1.5ba
TH on 103 Hampton
Dr. 1024sf, Pets ok,
Outside Storage. $525
mo +SD. 850-682-8483

Crestview
New
Townhomes
+ 1901sf, 5 br, 3ba -
$900 mo $1000 dep
+ 1881sf, 3br, 2.5ba -
$875 mo $1000 dep
+ 1826sf. 3br, 2.5ba-
$875 mo $1000 dep �
+ 1784sf, 4br, 2.5ba -
$850 mo $1000 dep
+ 1760sf, 3br, 2.5ba -
$850 mo $1000 dep
Please Call
4 Mon-Fri 7am-4pm:
864-5426
* After Hours:
699-0326, 585-1663
or 830-3099
FWB 2 br, 2.5 ba, 1 cg,
privacy fenced, near
Chowtaw HS, $750 mo
OBO. Pet ok Ronnie,
ACMS 259-4925



Baker, 3br, 1ba 6 ac-
res included As is, you
maintain. $650/mo. Call
850-217-8209 for info.
Crestview - 3br, lba
downtown, convenient
location, window air. &
as heat. $510 mo +
D 682-8483


NEW tODlAY

Crestvlew- 5br/3/ba
$1,150, 3br/iba $875,
3br/1 ba $725. Call Rick
Epperson Realty LLC.
850-865-7777, for info.
Crestview - Country
living 3/4 mile north of
High School.
3BR/1.5BA. $800. mo
$800. dd. Call
830-8411 or 582-2722
Crestview - Houses for
Rent. Several to
choose from. C'view,
Holt, & Dorcas areas.
Call scott 850-546-1192
Crestview - Small
2BR/1BA 609 E. Chest-
nut Ave. Aval. Aug. 1
$395. mo Deposit &
Lease. Ref Required.
Call 978-6305


NEW TODAY
Baker area- brick 3br,
lba, 1 ac w/hot tub &
other storage/work
bldgs. 850 537-3064

Bank Owned Prop-
erties Free Lists
Sellstate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500

Holt - For Sale Jby
Owner Was
$150,000. has been
Reduced to
$135,000. 475 Hwy
90 West (Across from
Holt fire dept.)
2BR/2.5 BA on 1 acre
of land. Living Room,
large dining area,
large 2 car garage,
large storage build-
ing (24'X40') located
behind home. This
home is in perfect
conditionI If you
would like a tour of
this property Call me
Ed Cox 862-3303 Or
Ray Cowthan (The
Holt Barber) has keys
for the house his
number is 537-7423.
He would be more
than happy to show
home.



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




BWB
Parkwood
Estates Lot
$144,000
Residential lot in
gated Bluewater Bay
community. One of
the last vacant lots in
the Bolton Village
section. Level lot with
large oaks. Call (850)
897-0993 after 5PM
or visit
http://members.cox.net/
ospreycove/


~~rawiw i o i a - S------


Crestview 3 or 1 oai 71 -0
226 3rd Ave.. $650. 7160
mo. $400. Dep. Pets ok 0 Down
758-1477--For all land owners.
Crestview 3 br, 1 ba, Your land or family
CH&A w/d hkups, $625 land. All Credit O.K.
mo+ $600 dd. No pets/ 850-682-3344
Smoking 803-709-
Baker- 1993 Fleetwood
to be moved. 28'x48'
00U 3 br, 2 ba. Asking $18K
Call 850 546-0982
Get your share of the
Government
� Bailout...
OUit Receive up to $8000 to
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba help uy your new
home. ONLY $900 MO, home... Call Clayton
home. ONLY $900 Homes of Crestview for
Call Jenny at Pelican details 850-683-0758
Real Estate 315-0972
Crestview Nice 1br New Govern-
house. 298 S. Cobb. ment Financing
washer, dryer, stove re- Program!
frigerator. $400/mo + Program!
$400 dep. 682-6514 On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
atd 4.75%. No Credit or
FWB Gated Bad Credit OK! Call
Community Clayton Homes of Cre-
New 4 br, 3 ba, 2 cg, stview 850-683-0758
2349sf, $2,050 month
Sec. deposit required --
Mo-Fri 7-4: 864-5426 ,
After Hours: 699-0326



AUTOMOTIOVE MARINE,
..... I RECREATiOrA I
NEWLY 8100- Antique & Collectibles
REDUCED s1io - cars
RATES 8120- sports utility Vehicles
RATES 8130-Trucks
8140 - Vans
Crestview - 3/1 Duplex 8150o- Commercial
.only $560 mo/$560 dd , 8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
Crestview - 2/1 Duplex & Accessories
only $500 mo/$500 dd 0210 - Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
BWB - 3/2 Cottage for 8240- Sailboatrine
only $825 mo/$825 dd Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
$25.00 app fee, MUST 8310- Aircraft/Aviation
provide references and 8320 - ATV/Ottff Road Vehicles
phone numbers for 8330 - Campers & Trailers
these rates. References 8340 - Motorhomes
will be verified.
Call 682-7731 for info

SFord F150 XLT '99
..-...-Lariet Ext Cab 4x4, to-
3- 61 -- taled, motor runs,
Crestview- Share quiet gears good; 1989
3br brick home in Au- Truck, 4x4, 6 cyl, runs
burn area $450 mo & drives, broke frame.
incls utils Call 902-6081 $ 1000.00 for both. Call
850-855-1657



Crestview - 2br, 2ba I
MH on 10 acres. $570
mo' + security deposit Ford F150Super Crew
650-832-0911 '08White, Half ton V8,
- - - 4x4 4 door leather
Crestvew - MHs seats, 16K mi. Like new
Rent. Several to $29K 850 537-3064
choose from. Clview,__
Holt, & Dorcas areas.
Call scott 850-546-1192
Crestview- 2 bd, 1ba, U: TOIAV
newly remodeled, quiet I
ark. $450mo+dd. No
ets. 850-585-8192 Heavy Duty
Crestview, 3br, 1.5ba, Diesel Flat
on 1 acre, total electric Bed Trucks for
$400/mo + $400 .dd
682-0290 or 582-5148 Sale
or 758-8736 International IModel
, 900 1995. Three
Garden City - 3 br, 2 Diesel trucks with
a double ,wie. WOD tilt-beds for sale; well
hkups, fenced. $600. maintained; used for
mo + dd Call 652-4374 delivery of building
--------.. m at e r i a s :
S * 1995 International
S ' ' " 4900; 20' tilt-bed;
/ ' $4500 firm.
* 1995 International
Li 4900; 20' tilt-bed;
$4100 firm.
[T *k-* 1996 International
4700; 16' tilt-bed;
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE $3900 firm.
Call Jordan In Fort
7100 - Homes Walton Beach at
7105- Open Houses 850-864-2198.
7110 - Beach Home/
Property
7120- Commerelal ..
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140- Farms & Ranches - C 1
7150- Lots and Acreage 8170
7160 - Mobile Homes
7170- Waterfront CAMPER
7180 - Investment SHELL
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town Black. Fits small Chevy
Real Estate or GMC. $200 cash
7200 - Timeshare 892-6471


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BLEACHERS


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.

BAYA registration
BAYA Football and
Cheerleading signups
continue today at the BAYA
ballparks from 9 a.m. until
4 p.m.
Any questions please call
537-4549. Leave a message if
there is no answer

YMCA Flag football
and fall soccer
Registration is being held.
for the Crestview Family
YMCA flag football and fall
soccer leagues through Sept.
14 at the Crestview YMCA at
298 N.Wilson Street.
The season runs Oct. 10-
Nov. 12.
Cost is $36 forYMCA
members and $48 for non-
members.
For more information call
theYMCA at 689-2999.

Heavy Hitters
workouts start Aug. 1
Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U baseball
workouts for the upcoming
2009-10 USSSA season start
today.
Players must be 14 years
old afterApril 30,2010.The
team will play one or two fall
tourneys.
For more information call
Melvin at 902-6237 or Greg
at 496-9235

FUMC Golf
Tournament
The First United
Methodist Church of
Crestview will hold, a golf
tournament on August 15 at
Foxwood Country Club.
The tournament will be a
fundraiser with an emphasis
on fun and fellowship.
Cost of the tournament
is $40 per person in a 4-man
scramble format. Entry fee
includes lunch
Prize will be awarded for
closest to the pin, the longest
drive and the first place team.
Sign in for the tournament
will be at 7 a.m. with a
shotgun start at 8:30.
Pre-registration is
required.
For more information
call Delynn at the church
office at 682-2018 or contact
Darryl Roberts at 683-1921
or by e-mail at droberts@
woolcom.net.

CHS cheerleaders Kids
Clothes Drive
The Crestview High
School cheerleaders are
holding a kids clothing drive
for the upcoming school year.
The drive will be held from
now until Aug. 7.The squad
will donate all collected
items to the local non-
profit charity "Children in
Crisis." This charity provides
emergency shelter and foster
care for children in the four
local counties.
The cheerleaders are
asking for community
support. If you would like
to help, you can donate
gently worn clothes for
boys or girls in all sizes.The
squad will also take any
shoes or book bags in good
condition. If you do not
have children's clothes but
would like to help, you may
also donate non-perishable
food items. If you know a
CHS cheerleader, you may
give your donations to her
or you may drop them off in
the front office of Crestview
High Schlool or atThe
Tanning and Hair Center on
Wilson Street
To learn more about
"Children in Crisis" and how
you can help this local charity,
please visit the Web site at
www.childrenincrisisfl.org.

See BLEACHERS 9


Playoff structure talks reach new level


Split divisions for small schools could be on horizon


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER - Things continue to
progress as small rural schools
make their pitch for a more level
playing field.
Baker head football coach and
athletic director Bob Kellogg be-
lieves things could be in place for a
new tier of competition in the Flori-
da High School Athletic Association
by the start of the 2011-12 school
year.
The new tier would separate the
rural and urban private schools at
the small-school levels.
Smaller ,rural schools have or-
ganized in support of the concept in
response to what they see as a state
playoff system that currently gives
a big advantage to urban private
schools.
"They really feel like they are go-
ing to put everything in place and
make everything happen at the end
of this (scheduling) cycle, so we are
two years away," Kellogg said. "At
one time we thought we could pull it


BAKER - Members of the
Baker football team will carry
many memories away from their
recent Fellowship of Christian
Athletes camp in Marianna.
"I think we got a lot closer
as a team spiritually," Christian
Mainor said. "It was getting to-
gether as a team and talking to
each other and about how our
life is.
"We really don't get a lot of
time to talk about how our lives
are, so we really got to know
each other."
Of course a football camp
included plenty of football, with
7-on-7 games against teams like
Madison County, Tallahassee
Leon, Aucilla Christian and dis-
trict rival Sneads.
Going undefeated against
Sneads and playing Leon and
Madison County tough was an-
other positive.
"I think it gives us a pretty
big confidence boost that we can
play in our district. If we just re-
member that, we are going to be
alright," Mainor said. "We com-
peted with a lot of teams I didn't
think we could compete with.
"We competed with Leon and
Madison County so I think that's
a pretty good confidence boost."
And there was one funny mo-
ment involving what is known
as "The Blob" that gave the 28
players and at least five of the
six Baker coaches at the camp a
big laugh.
The Blob involves a principle
of physics that for every action
there is an equal and opposite
reaction. In this case; the ac-
tion has something to do with
a springboard mechanism that
allows players to launch team-
mates, or coaches, into the lake.
"We launched (assistant)
coach (John) Carlisle off the
Blob," Dakota Hooper said. "He


off in a year, and I'm not saying that
won't happen.
"The things that have happened
is they've got Mr. (Roger) Dearing
(FHSAA Executive Director). He
really sees (perceived competitive
imbalance) as a problem. And then
they felt like they needed to get the
legislature involved."
Kellogg said it was his under-
standing that District 7 State Rep.
Marti Coley (R-Marianna) will be
submitting a bill within the next year
based on ideas from a committee of
coaches in different sports. Coley,
who is a former faculty member at
Malone, was at the last meeting of
panhandle small school representa-
tives and is in favor of the proposal.
"They feel like if the legislature
brings a bill to the FHSAA it's going
to get done," Kellogg said. "The last
time we got together we were asked
to put together a group of coaches
to form a committee to represent all
the sports.
"Elijah (Bell, Jay's football
coach), I think, is football. They are
trying to come'up with something to


give to the legislature"
The idea of separating rural and
urban small schools is catching on
in other parts Florida.
"The last meeting we had all
these schools from the central part
of the state," Kellogg said. "Coaches
came up to Bonifay to this meeting
we had, and they are as excited
about it as we are because they
said they are dealing with the same
thing in their area - they can't
compete with the private schools
down there.
"I didn't even know they were
involved. I thought this was just a
northwest Florida thing. But boy,
you talk about adding to the fac-
tor. There were all kinds of schools
there, and then they said all these
other schools will want to come."
The criteria as to .what schools
will be eligible for the new division
is still be decided. The most likely
method will have to do with the pop-
ulation within a school's zip code.
Under current proposals a private
school such as Aucilla Christian
in Monticello would be eligible to


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PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
RUNNING THEIR ROUTES: At top, Baker's receivers head out on
' their pass patterns during a summer workout.
GOOD HANDS: At center, a Baker receiver hauls in a pass during
a summer-workout


went about 15 feet up in the air
and right then his visor flew off
and he landed on his head.
"I don't think he knew what
happened. I think he was trying
to find his visor. (Head) coach
(Bob) Kellogg did it last year, but
we couldn't talk him into doing it
again this year."
Kellogg was pleased with ev-
erything about the camp.
"We felt like from a football
standpoint it was real good," he
said. "Our kids really enjoyed
it and we competed really well
against people in our class, and
we even competed good against
some other people. Madison
County is the big school, and


they are the ones everyone al-
ways talks about having to get
through (in the playoffs) and all
that.
"We played them in the tour-
nament in the second round and
we played them real well early.
We played 20-minute games, but
after that it was a mismatch ath-
lete-wise. Everybody we have
stays on the field."
Kellogg pointed out the Ga-
tors were able to beat Sneads
despite not being quite as ath-
letic.
"What you get from it is you
get to see your kid compete
against their kid, and you get
to see how we compare athleti-


compete in the new division, but a
school like North Florida Christian
in Tallahassee would not.
When the final structure is in
place Kellogg thinks the FHSAA will
have a look similar to tfie National
Collegiate Athletic Association, with
a Division I and Division I-AA with
community population being the de-
ciding factor. However, no school will
be forced to play in Division I-AA.
Under the initial proposals it was
believed that rural schools in North-
west Florida would be allowed to
compete among themselves, but
would not be able to crown state
champions.
With more schools from other
parts of the state joining the move-
ment, the rural schools likely will be
able to play for state titles, which is
another reason for Kellogg to be op-
timistic that a new day is coming in
the FHSAA.
"The thing is you are still with
the FHSAA and you can win a state
championship in your division," he
said. "I think we are going to see it
in two years. I really do."


cism-wise," he said. "I think our
kids learned they had better
take the coaching we give them
to counter his athleticism over
ours.
"I think that's what our kids
see, that they can be successful.
That the guy might be able to
run and jump faster and higher
than I can, but if I do things right
I have a chance to beat them."
Kellogg feels other aspects of
the camp were just as important
as the football.
"It was real good for team
unity.... When you get them off
in an environment like that they
get to compete together and
they are a team together.
"They play together, and
they eat together. We had team
talks atnight where they got
to sit down and share and talk.
The team building is outstand-
ing, and then when you do it in
a spiritual environment where
that's the main focus, I think
that makes it better."
. Kellogg noted it is the spiri-
tual aspect that is often over-
looked in sports.
"We always address so much
about the physical part or the
mental part of it in athletics, but
we never hit the spiritual part,"
Kellogg said. "When you hit the
spiritual part that's what makes
you a complete athlete."
Kellogg was very impressed
with the main speaker, Willie
Spears, who is the coach at Jef-
ferson County.
"I think if you talk to any of our
kids as far as the speaker, you
couldn't have had a better one,"
Kellogg said. "He gave them the
message of the Bible. He pre-
sented the Gospel to them in a
way they could understand that
it was great, and we had a lot of
decisions made.
"We just hope we can get the
kids focused in that direction
and get them discipled. I think it
made a big impact."