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Wednesday, AUGUST 26, 2009


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Whacky crimes

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OPINION ........................ ...... A 6
SPORTS ................................ B
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School bells ring


Volunteers pitch in; Riverside, Shoal open


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


From the Hoboes at Laurel Hill
School and the Gators of Baker School
south to the Mustangs at Shoal River
Middle School and the Riverside El-
ementary Eagles, students throughout
northern Okaloosa County greeted the
first day of school with excitement and
enthusiasm.
For many kids, it was a chance to
catch up with friends after summer va-
cation. For others, it was a chance to


meet new friends from other schools.
For many middle- and grade-school-
ers, it was a chance to be among the
first to tread the halls of the county's
two newest schools.
For some, there were a few open-
ing-day glitches. After a couple of tries,
J.R. Weeks, a sixth-grader at Davidson
Middle School, got the hang of opening
his hallway locker and triumphantly
stowed his backpack. Last year, at
Walker Elementary, J.R. didn't have
See SCHOOL A5


LESSONS AT BULLDOG CAMP


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Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I
K-9 OFFICER: Having sniffed out contraband in a "student bookbag" during the CHS
demonstration, Okaloosa Sheriff K-9 Deputy Ruger relaxes with his handler, Sgt. B


A nose for safety


OCSO deputies, resource officers educate


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
It's a fact that a num-
ber of biological issues
tend to collide when a
student reaches high
school. The part of the
brain that comes up with
some pretty wild ways of
bucking the system tends
to work independently of
the other part of the brain
that suggests tempering
some of that spirit.
Sadly, the electrical
connections between
the two don't always get
developed until a person
is in his or her early 20s.
(Mix in alcohol and drug
abuse, and sometimes
the two parts never form
that vital connection.)
In the meantime, the
part that says, "Whoa,
dude, this is going to be
so cool!" does not always
get that much-needed
dose of reality from the
part that says, "This is
not going to end well."
By then, someone gets
in trouble, gets injured,


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SNIFFING FOR TROUBLE: OCSO Deputy Ruger is
led by his handler, Sgt. Bob Dudley, around a
classroom mock-up populated by upperclassmen
during the CHS freshman safety presentation.


gets detention, gets sus-
pended - or worse.
Friday morning, in-
coming freshmen at
Crestview High School's
Bulldog Camp got a
strong injection of real-
ity when it comes to the
safety of themselves and
their peers. Through
demonstrations and pre-
sentations by school of-
ficials, resource officers


and Okaloosa sheriff's
deputies, they learned
that school rules and
state and local laws are
to be taken seriously on
campus..
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office Deputy
Ruger, in particular, has
a nose for sniffing out
trouble. The Belgian
See SAFETY A5


its chat with Superintendent Alexis Tibbetts after
ng off the bus for their first day at the new Riverside
ntary School.


Young boy's


birthday wish


comes true
SMichael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin
When Hunter Kronmiller
turned 7 earlier this month, he got
his birthday wish.
He didn't ask
for video games
or toys other chil-
dren his age might
want.
Instead, Hunt-
er asked friends
who attended his
HUNTER Aug. 1 birthday
KRONMILLER party to bring
food he donated
to Crestview Sharing and Caring,
an all-volunteer organization that
helps feed the poor and home-
-" less.
The birthday invitation re-
Crestview News Bulletin quested gifts be substituted with
S freshmen safety "peanut butter, jelly, canned fruits
ob Dudley. and vegetables and any other non-
perishable foods."
"I wanted to help other people
who were hungry," Hunter said.
Help he did. Children who at-
tended Hunter's birthday party
brought mounds of canned goods
and boxes of food.
sude s The tradition runs in the fam-
SstuUents 5 ily. Hunter's sister, Kricket Kro-
nmiller, 9, came up with the idea
A SAFE CALL and has asked for food donations
on her past two birthdays.
Crestview High
hool officials See BIRTHDAY A5
courage
dents to report
safe or illegal ABOUT SHARING
haviors or AND CARING
nations to school ri a ri
thorities or local Sharingand Caring'
Enforcement o l of Okaloosa County was
all 863-TIPS incorporated in the 1980s
477) to as a nonprofit entity serving
onymously file a as a food distribution agency
port. "That line for transients, homeless and
established for the poor in Okaloosa County.
u, the students, This umbrella corporation has
your parents," three separate components
id Corp. Greg operating under its bylaws,
rch, CHS one in Fort Walton, one
source officer. in Niceville and one in
rch assured Crestview. Each location
dents reports has its own local community-
n be anonymous based board of directors, and
he caller is each local board of directors
comfortable has two representatives on
out getting the main corporate board
evolved. "We of directors. There is also
n't even want to one roving director position,
ow your name, making a total board of seven
rch said. members.


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Crestview News Bulletin
More tales culled from
area law enforcement
arrest records.

Knock-knock
A 29-year-old Crestview
man faces felony charges
of trespass of an occupied
structure, burglary of an
occupied dwelling and
criminal mischief after
police say he kicked in the
back door of the home of
"his ex-cohabitant." He
then rooted around in the
kitchen and marched out
with a computer, which he
put on a chair on the back
porch.
Meanwhile, the woman
and her juvenile child
cowered in the bedroom,
where she called 9-1-1.
When police officers
arrived, "the defendant
stated he was there to
speak with [the former
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When his vehicle
"appeared to manually
emit a siren sound" in
violation of state law, a
19-year-old Crestview lad
was stopped by police.
Advised why he had been
pulled over, "he then
reached into his glove
box, without instruction,
and removed a plastic
zip-top baggie which
contained a green leafy
substance consistent with
marijuana," the officer
reported.
"He began to hand me
the baggie but appeared
to notice his error and put
the baggie back in the glove
box."
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hand it to him. "Field tests
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The guy was arrested
on possession charges.

How to get
arrested 101
First, smoke pot in your
car.
Next, zoom through a
red light without stopping
while not one but two
Crestview police cars are
patiently waiting for it to
turn green.
A Crestview man, age
unknown, demonstrated
the effectiveness of this
procedure and was trotted
off to jail on charges of
marijuana possession
and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
So overwhelming
was the smoke from the
dude's doobie that the
arresting officer "noticed
[the other officer]
immediately recoil
from the vehicle as he
approached the driver's
side door."

Assault and battery
Stopped by the assistant
manager of a local big-box
retailer after she tried
to walk out of the store
with merchandise stolen
from the automotive
department, a 29-year-old
Crestview woman became
violent.
She pushed the
manager, pulled the hair
of a second employee and
bit a third employee on the
right breast. When police
arrived, she consistently
gave a false name.
She was arrested on
charges of obstruction
by disguise, resisting a
retail merchant, battery
and retail theft. Concealed
- rather poorly - in her
purse was a car battery.

A friend indeed
"While riding around,
the defendant offered to sell
the victim crack cocaine,"
goes the arrest report of
a 28-year-old Crestview
man charged with petit
theft. "The victim told the
defendant she did not want
any crack cocaine, she
only wanted to purchase
marijuana."
What she really needed
was a better choice of
friends.
When they arrived at
a local burger emporium
where she thought she
could meet someone who'd
sell them marijuana, he
stole $280 in cash from the
center console, jumped
out of the car "and fled
the scene, depriving the
victim of her money." And,
apparently, her pot.


How'd that get there?
If you don't want to
draw attention to yourself,
don't blast your car stereo,
especially around a parked
police car.
When a Crestview
woman drove by with her
stereo turned up so loud
it was clearly audible at
more than 100 feet, an
officer pulled her over.
She and her 26-year-old
male passenger "appeared
extremely nervous."
When she refused
to allow a search of her
vehicle, a friendly K-9
officer was summoned and
promptly "alerted on the
passenger side front door."
When the guy was
subsequently searched,
two baggies of suspected
marijuana were discovered
in his pants pockets.
"I didn't know it was
in there!" he told officers
after asking, "What am I
being arrested for?"
The woman was ticketed
with "loud music audible
more than 25 feet." The
man was arrested on
charges of possession of
marijuana. Maybe next time
he'll check his pants pockets
before hopping in the car
with someone who feels
an obligation to share her
music with the community.

Daybreak in
the trailer park
Bright and early one
recent morning, a 24-year-
old Crestview woman
returned to her trailer and,
according to her arrest
report, "began yelling and
causing a disturbance."
The gentleman with
whom she lived removed a
juvenile to a back room so
they wouldn't witness her
"being intoxicated."
The lady then "punched
him twice in the face
causing minor injuries to
his face and scratch marks
on his arms and chest," the
report stated. "At this time
[he] hit [her] back in the
mouth, causing her lip to
bleed."
To avoid further
confrontation, he and
another friend went to the
living room. She, meanwhile,
went to the kitchen, where
she got a knife and "told
them that she was going to
gut them." The guys fled
outside. She "stood on the
porch and threw the knife"
at the friend.
She was allowed to
sleep off her drunkenness
in the county clink,
where she was charged
with battery and felony
aggravated assault with a
deadly weapon.


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Community Arts

CALENDAR
Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Broadway & Artist series ticket sales
Season tickets are on sale for the 2009-10
series of Broadway's best touring shows at the
Mattie Kelly Fine and Performing Arts Center
at Northwest Florida State College. The center
will host six national shows including "Le Grand
Cirque," Ed Asner as "FDR," "The Wedding
Singer," "Camelot," the international sensation
Tap Dogs and Spanish guitarist Roni Benise in
his Emmy award-winning stage show "Nights of
Fire."
Season tickets are $200 for a combo package
of six Broadway & Artist shows or $165 for a
package of four Broadway events, the same
rate as past years. Season tickets are available
through Oct. 23 by phone at 850-729-6000 or in
person at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center box office.
Individual tickets for all national shows go
on sale Friday through the center's Web site,
www.mattiekellyartscenter.org, and Aug. 31 by
phone or at the box office. Individual tickets are
$45 for each Broadway series event and $30 each
for Artist Series appearances by Benise and Ed
Asner. A group discount of $5 off per ticket is
available for groups of 10 or more.
As each national show appears for one night
only, early ticket purchase is encouraged as
national touring events often sell out.

'Alice in Wonderland' auditions
Students in the seventh grade through
college age are invited to audition for the Florida
Chautauqua Theatre's upcoming production of
the musical "Alice in Wonderland." Auditions will
be at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Take a wildly entertaining trip into the
delightful world of childhood fantasies. This
adaptation of the Lewis Carroll classic highlights
and improvises on the pure, unadulterated fun of
the story. The lively stage action, zany dialogue
and eclectic mix o f tunes will have everyone
grinning like the Cheshire Cat.
To register to audition or for more
information, call 850-892-9494 or e-mail info@
fcweb.org. E-mail is the preferred means of
communication.
Auditions will be at the theater, 840 Baldwin
Ave., DeFuniak Springs.

Music & More theatre workshops
The Florida Chautauqua Theatre is accepting
applications for its acclaimed Music & More
Workshops for the fall 2009 season. Enrollment
is open until Monday but might close earlier if
classes reach their capacity.
Classes meet Mondays beginning Sept. 14.
Workshop 1 for children in kindergarten through
third grade meet from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Tuition is
$50 per month.
Workshop 2 for students in sixth through eighth
grade meet from 4:30 to 6 p.m.. Tuition is $60.
Workshop students will participate in the fall
production of "Alice in Wonderland." (See above
listing.)
For applications and registration information,
call 850-892-9494 or e-mail info@fcweb.org.
E-mail is the preferred means of communication.
Classes will be held at the theater, 840
Baldwin Ave., DeFuniak Springs.


Making her grand entrance


CHS drama

teacher carries

on the tradition

Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
After touring most of
the summer with a produc-
tion called "Student Life,"
Allison Wilks had minimal
time to settle into Crestview
before reporting for work as
the high school's new drama
teacher.
"I had a week to get an
apartment and get acclimat-
ed," Wilks said with a laugh.
Although being the lat-
est instructor in a program
boasting a long and venerat-
ed history could prove daunt-
ing for some, Wilks said she
is eager to get going.
She steps into the spot-
light following the exit of Joe
Hernandez, who departed
for grad school at the begin-
ning of the month, and into a
program that long produced
eagerly anticipated, fre-
quently lavish productions.
"Joe had re-
ally laid a strong "Theat
foundation,"
Wilks said. "I helps y
want to build on
that." your
Rehears-
als for the Neil Alli
Simon com- - Alliso
edy "Brighton Crestview H
Beach Mem- drama
oirs" were in
full swing when
Wilks arrived in Crestview.
However, continuing renova-
tions of the Crestview High
School auditorium have cast
doubt on whether the cur-
tain will rise on the show as
scheduled.


SPOTLIGHTED: Crestview High School's new drama
instructor, Allison Wilks, will build on the foundation
laid by her predecessors while introducing new
curriculum of her own.


In addition to learning
her way around a new town
and a new school, Wilks also
has to plan classes as well
as see what can be done to
salvage the fall student pro-


Serjust
oufind
'self.

n Wilks
High School
teacher


duction.
"There's no
established cur-
riculum," Wilks
said. "I want to
continue to build
this department.
The more stu-
dents that get in-
volved, the more
resources we'll
receive."
The history


and culture of the theater
are of particular importance
to the study of the genre,
Wilks said, and will receive
much emphasis in her class-
room. Rather than just en-
couraging her classes to


experience improvisational
theater, for example, "they
need to learn where improve
came from," Wilks said.
More activities, including
performance of more one-
act plays, and more literary
pieces - "things to get them
into character" - also will
be hallmarks of her classes.
"The more experience
they have, the more pre-
pared they will be for the
university or professional
level," Wilks asserted.
And experience is some-
thing she said she wants to
assure her students have
plenty of, particularly be-
cause, again building on
Hernandez' foundation, she
plans to continue to push
her students toward region-
al and state thespian com-
petitions.
"The pressure of compe-


tition puts you in a different
setting than the classroom,"
Wilks said. "You know other
people are in the same situ-
ation. It's where I grew a lot.
Hopefully we'll have lot's of
kids go to Tampa," she said,
referring to the Florida State
Thespian Festival, the state
theater championships.
Wilks' own experience on
stage is extensive, but her
favorite role is easy to iden-
tify.
"M'Lynn in 'Steel Magno-
lias,' " she said without hesi-
tation. "When you have five
girls on stage, the chemistry
is just great!"
Her favorite musical
is "Godspell," Stephan
Schwartz's 1976 Tony Ward-
winner.
One of the first things
Wilks did upon arrival at
CHS was to sit in on a re-
hearsal of "Brighton Beach
Memoirs."
"The kids seem to be
a pretty solid group," she
praised. "They are very
committed."
With the cast's summer-
long dedication to the pro-
duction.to consider, Wilks is
reluctant to cancel or post-
pone the show while reno-
vations to the auditorium
are completed. Yet alternate
performance spaces are
hard to find in Crestview.
The comedy may turn into a
drama. But that, too, is the-
ater.
Theater is life, Wilks be-
lieves. As her students dis-
cover the theater, they will
also discover more about
themselves, she said.
"Theater just helps you
find yourself," Allison Wilks
said. "You're able to be free.
With each new characteryou
perform, you see how you're
able to relate to them."


Fall arts special section to feature local art endeavors


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
"He who haveth a horn and
tooteth it not goes through life
untooted."
- Judith Crist

The famous film critic had a point.
If you want folks to know about your
art endeavor, tell us about it. The
Crestview News Bulletin will publish
a special fall arts guide in September.


It is the perfect way - other than
this weekly arts and entertainment
page - to let the community know
what your studio, arts club, group or
organization has planned for the rest
of the year and into 2010.
The guide will cover all
arts, including both visual and
performance arts, for the northern
Okaloosa County region. It
will encompass works by both
professional and amateur artists.
To submit information about your


event, exhibition or performance
for the calendar that will be a focus
of the guide, e-mail it to brianh@
crestviewbulletin.com. You also may
phone in your information to our office
at 850-682-6524, or mail it ATTN: Brian
Hughes, 295 W James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview FL 32536-3313. Information
also may be dropped off at the office.
If you're too busy being creative
to toot your own horn, let your
community newspaper's fall arts
special section do it for you.


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Thanks to the generosity of the
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group, the Fisher House of the Emerald
Coast is $3,200 richer.
Retired Brig. Gen. Joe Oder, recently
elected president of our area Fisher
House, and longtime Fisher House
supporter Bob Lynn were on hand to
accept the check from Ann O'Connor,
representing the bikers.
"We've got a lot of action going on,"
assured Gen. Oder, who said ground
was broken last week on the facility,
which will be across the street from the
Eglin Air Force base hospital.
"Work is about to commence any
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certificate of completion."
Fisher Houses provide a home for
families of patients at military hospitals.
Fisher House of the Emerald Coast will
offer one meal a day to residents, who
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and will offer chaplain and counselor
services. Area service organizations are
invited to sponsor meals at the facility.
"That way we can get the whole
community involved," said Gen. Oder..
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


Military


Wednesday, August 26, 2009


Military HONORS


Chanel P. Coleman
Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class
Chanel E Coleman graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Coleman completed an intensive,
eight-week program that included
training in military discipline and
studies, Air Force core values, physical
fitness, and basic warfare principles and
skills.
Airmen who complete basic training
earn four credits toward an associate
in applied science degree through the
Community College of the Air Force.
She is the daughter of Cynthia
Coleman-Mims of Baker.

Patrick A. Benjamin
Air Force Airman Patrick A.
Benjamin graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an intensive,
eight-week program that included
training in military discipline and
studies, Air Force core values, physical
fitness, and basic warfare principles and
skills.
Airmen who complete basic training
earn four credits toward an associate
in applied science degree through the
Community College of the Air Force.
He is the son of Robert Benjamin
of Crestview and a 2006 graduate of
Crestview High School.

Tylor W. Goode
Air Force Airman Tylor W. Goode
graduated from basic military training
at Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an intensive,
eight-week program that included
training in military discipline and
studies, Air Force core values, physical


fitness, and basic warfare principles and
skills.
Airmen who complete basic training
earn four credits toward an associate
in applied science degree through the
Community College of the Air Force. He
is the son of John Goode of Crestview
and a 2008 graduate of Baker School.

Joey R. Short
Navy Senior Chief Petty Officer Joey
R. Short, son of Helen and Charlie Short
of Crestview, along with more than 2,500
sailors and Marines from the Bataan
Amphibious Ready Group (BATARG),
Norfolk, Va., and 22nd Marine
Expeditionary Unit (22nd MEU), Camp
Lejeune, N. C., are currently deployed to
support Maritime Security Operations,
provide crisis response capability, and
increase theater security cooperation
and forward Naval presence in the Fifth
and Sixth Fleet areas of operation.
During a port call in Palma de
Mallorca, Spain, the sailors and Marines
hosted tours aboard ship. They also
volunteered to assist residents and
refurbish the grounds at the Association
Sindrome de Down de Beleares,
dedicated to helping persons with Down
Syndrome. The sailors and Marines
also had the opportunity to participate
in bicycling and kayaking tours, tours
of Palma City, the Caves of Drach and
Costa Nord.
Bataan also recently commemorated
the Battle of Midway, wearing uniforms
as they were worn in 1942 and playing
Midway announcements throughout the
day over the ship's general announcing
system.
Four midshipmen from the U.S.
Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md., who
spent three weeks aboard the Bataan,
were paired with enlisted sailors who
helped prepare the future officers for
shipboard life and acquire tools to
become effective leaders.


Bataan transited the Suez Canal
and entered the Fifth Fleet's area of
responsibility, relieving the USS Boxer
Amphibious Group.
The 22nd MEU performed the first
ship to shore emergency medical
evacuation from the Bataan using
the new MV-22B Ospreys. The V-
22 is a joint service, multi-mission
aircraft with vertical take-off and
landing (VTOL) capability and
performs missions as effectively as
a conventional helicopter while also
having the long-range cruise abilities of
a twin turboprop aircraft.
ARGs usually include an amphibious
squadron (PHIBRON), an amphibious
assault ship (LHA/D), amphibious
transport dock (LPD), dock landing
ship (LSD), embarked Naval support
elements and an embarked MEU.
The BATARG is comprised of the
multi-purpose amphibious assault ship
USS Bataan (LHD 5), the amphibious
transport dock USS Ponce (LPD 15)
and the amphibious dock landing ship
USS Fort McHenry (LSD 43). The
BATARG and 22nd MEU provide the
combatant commander a versatile
sea-based force that can be tailored
to a variety of missions, including
quick reaction crisis response options
in maritime, littoral and inland
environments in support of the Navy's
Maritime Strategy.
The 22nd MEU includes a Ground
Combat Element, Battalion Landing
Team 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine
Regiment; Aviation Combat Element,
Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 263
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command element.
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Senior High School of Niceville and
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Riverside Elementary third-grader Ayjah Horton leads the breakfast line in one of
the newest cafeterias in the Okaloosa School District.


SCHOOL from page Al

to deal with lockers and
their tricky combina- 4 i
tions. C
For parents, too, the
first day of school was
a chance to explore
the halls their kids will
roam for the next nine
months. Reyna Loredo
had to deliver a packet
of registration materials -
to her second-grader,
Rebecca, at Bob Sikes
Elementary. She was ac-
companied by her aunt,
Sylvia Portugal, whose '
son Pablo is in the third
grade at Sikes. Clutch-
ing Loredo's hand was
Ashley, who at 3 years of
age will soon be a Sikes BRIAN HUHES
Bullpup herself. PRESTO!: Under t
Manyparentspitched parent volunteer
intovolunteerasschools J.R. Weeks lear
started again. Among his locker at Da
the Davidson volun-
teers, Brian Johnson, Leasha Dean and
Sonja Forn patiently guided new middle-
schoolers through the art of opening their
lockers.
"Always clear your lock out after you
close it," Dean instructed, "because some-
one can come along and put something in
your locker or take something out of it."
"We're just making sure these kids are
getting along OK on their first day," Forn
said.
Principals and faculty, too, were eager
for the school year to get under way. At
Northwood Elementary School, class after
class quietly paraded into the multi-pur-
pose room, where Principal Jacqueline
Craig greeted them with an enthusiastic
"Good morning, Cougars!"
After a chorus of a polite "Good morn-
ing, Ms. Craig" echoed back, Craig re-
minded the kids, "You're a Cougar now,
and I want you to be Cougar proud. No

COUGAR PROUD:
Northwood
Elementary
School Principal
Jacqueline Craig,
at the podium,
and her staff
welcome the
school's second-
graders, who
learned how to be -
polite "Cougars
in control" during
assemblies.
BRIAN HUGHES I
Crestview News Bulletin


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S . ,- matter where you go,
SJ you're a Cougar!"
. As Okaloosa Coun-
, , ty's two newest schools
opened their doors
for their first classes,
Principals, faculty and
. the superintendent of
. , schools welcomed the
i , "- Mustangs of Shoal Riv-
, er Middle School and
Sthe Riverside Elemen-
tary School Eagles on
Monday morning.
The central Crest-
Sview schools share the
same campus on re-
cently extended Red-
Sstone Avenue. Both offer
state-of-the-art learning
restviewNews Bulletin and recreational facili-
le tutelage of ties.
Brian Johnson, "It has taken'two
s how to open years for the plan-
'idson Middle. ning and construction
phase, but it's exciting
to finally be at this day," said Bob Jones,
principal of the new Shoal River Middle
School, as he greeted parents and stu-
dents at the front entrance. "This is his-
tory and a new era in Okaloosa County
with the two new schools. We have a great
staff, and now we have a great school to
go with them."
Okaloosa School District superinten-
dent Dr. Alexis Tibbetts beamed as she
walked through the halls, classrooms and
bus ramps at both Shoal River and its
neighbor, Riverside Elementary School,
welcoming students and their parents.
"Everything is going very smoothly, and
the students are excited about the new
schools," Tibbetts said. "We as taxpayers
and citizens should be very proud that our
children can learn and play in such won-
derful new schools."
News Bulletin photographer Ann
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shepherd, led by his han-
dler, Sgt. Bob Dudley,
was directed around a
classroom mocked up
in the gymnasium, and
found in a matter of sec-
onds a student book bag
containing a contraband
substance.
"If that happens to
you, you're going to be
asked to step in the hall-
way with your book bag,"
cautioned assistant prin-
cipal Dexter Day.
If the search of the
student's person and
book bag reveals prohib-
ited materials, "you may
be asked to turn in your
books" and be expelled
from the school, Day
said.
The Class of '13's ed-
ucation extends beyond
what they learn from
teachers and books, Day
said, and that includes
following the school's
safety rules.
"We want you to know
this because you're here
to be educated," Day
said.


cy," warned Corp. Greg
Porch, one of CHS's re-
source officers.
Anyone and anything
on Okaloosa School Dis-
trict property, including
school buses, are sub-
ject to search by school
officials or law enforce-
ment officers, given
probable cause, Porch
said.
"They don't need a
search warrant," Porch
continued. "That's some-
thing you see on televi-
sion."
Porch assured the
students, whose de-
meanor was consider-
ably more somber than
when they'd entered
the CHS gym, that the
rules and their enforce-
ment, coupled with the
resource officers, school
discipline staff and re-
sources such as the 76
video cameras that cover
the school and grounds,
are specifically for their
benefit.
"It's for your safety,"
Porch said. "It's to keep


"The school system is our school safe and se-
very strict on drug poli- cure."


Kricket, 7 at the time,
heard at church that Shar-
ing and Caring had run out
of food, and she decided she
wanted her friends to do-
nate food instead of bring-
ing presents to her eighth
birthday party.
One of the Sharing and
Caring volunteers who
came to pick up the food af-
ter the party cried when he
saw the young girl's gener-
osity.
The food is used to feed
a growing number of finan-
cially strapped families in
Crestview, and Kricket said
her goal is that no one in
the city goes hungry.
"I would like to see other
kids do the same thing,"
Kricket said.
And they have.
At least a half-dozen chil-
dren at the Kronmiller's
church have followed Krick-
et's lead and since con-
ducted food drives at their
birthday parties, Kricket's
mother, Brenda Kronmiller,
said.
"My daughter said, "If
every child in Crestview
did this, nobody would
go hungry,' " Brenda Kro-


Crestview resident Hunter Kronmiller is pictured with his birthday presents. Hunter
asked friends who attended the party for his seventh birthday to bring food donations
instead of presents. He donated the food to Crestview Sharing and Caring.


miller said.
Hunter was reluctant at
first to follow suit. He was
just 4 years old the first
year Kricket asked for food
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with their grandchildren.
"It makes me feel very
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Hunter said he is glad he
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Wednesday, August 26, 2009


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

Topic: Crestview High School's football season:
The combination of a very well coached Pace team
and the officials they use for home games makes Pace
a very formidable opponent. We are not looking past
them at all. We will have to face them twice if they make
runner up in their district.

Niceville and Fort Walton Beach have way more big-
time players and better coaching, yet we upset FWB and
Niceville blew us out by two points. It's a miracle.
You guys got lucky last season and you know it. As
for nationally ranked Niceville, what a joke, we thumped
them 28-0 in the first game last season and only
thunderstorms saved them more embarrassment in the
second game. Don't count Luke, Barnes and Company
out. Should be a great season.

Crestview defeated a Panther squad which had two
future NFL top players, Tynes and Jernigan, not once
but twice in 2002. As was stated earlier, Niceville, FWB,
Pace, and even Milton have had numerous d-1 players
-- more than your team....Brunson does a solid job and
I know I am from Milton but if you have never played in
Pace you don't know what highway robbery is all about.
Anyway, just my two cents from a rival who enjoys
playing against Crestview every year and we will hope to
get our revenge for last year's game.

Topic: Prayer in school:
Isn't there still prayer when our President is
inaugurated? Not sure about the last one, but I am
thinking that previous presidents have been sworn in on
the Bible and preachers such as Billy Graham have said
a prayer. No matter how much non-Christians deny it,
our nation was founded on Judeo Christian principles.
You cannot possibly read the papers of our Founding
Fathers and truly deny that they promoted these beliefs!

Our nation was also founded on slavery, on the
slaughtering millions of Native Americans, and through
racial segregation. I suppose those are all values we
should revert back to as well, since that is what our
country was founded on.

Neither of these horrific events would be supported
by Christian principles! I did not say that all decisions
made by our nation have been good ones. I am simply
making the point that these guys are being persecuted
for public prayer even though there is prayer at our
government planned inaugurations.

I continue to ask the question where is what you are
talking about mentioned in the Constitution. In my previous
post I quoted the first amendment as it pertains to religious
freedom. Again there is no mention of separation of church
and state. In December of 2007 Resolution 888 in the House
of Representatives talked about our nation's Christian
heritage. Did you know that an early Congress appropriated
money to pay for Bibles to provide them for people that
could not afford one. Or how about this Congress funded
Christian missionaries to go and evangelize the Indians.
Those are just two examples of how our founders linked
Christianity to the welfare of this nation. You mentioned
the coaches bowing their heads in the back of the locker
room and that very thing cost coach Marcus Borden of New
Jersey his job. In the last 50 years the Supreme Court has
made two rulings that have changed the face of this nation.
The first was the misinterpretation of the first amendment
and taking prayer out of the public schools. The second
was legalizing abortion. Whichever side of these issues you
stand on there is no denying the impact they have had on
our country.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"The morning is the gate of the day and

should be well-guarded with prayer."

CHARLES HADDON SURGEON
(1834- 1892)
British Particular Baptist preacher and author,
known as the "Prince of Preachers"






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Relay for Life has new meaning


One of the last
communications
I had with former
News Bulletin
Editor Kyle Wright
was via an e-mail
asking if I could
print an article by
members of the
Crestview Relay
for Life explaining


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the rationale for overnight
events.
I was happy to comply
andthe article will be
printed in its entirety
below this column.
On Aug. 12, my first
day at work at the News
Bulletin, my twin sister,
Annette, was informed
she has breast cancer.
That scares me.
Unfortunately, my
family is all too familiar
with cancer. My mother
lost a brother to cancer
more than 15 years ago.
One of my mother's sisters
died of lung cancer in 2007,


and another sister
lost her battle with
colon cancer last
year.
I was close
to my uncle and
both of my aunts
HEAL and I miss them.
ART Although their
2-6T deaths saddened
me, the loss of
the siblings she grew up
with was far worse for my
mother.
I couldn't comprehend
then what she must have
gone through during their
illness and subsequent
deaths.
Annette will have
her cancer surgically
removed and undergo
chemotherapy and
radiation.
Thankfully, her doctors
believe they have caught
the cancer before it spread
throughout her body
and are optimistic about
her recovery. Annette is


a fighter and has been
upbeat since her diagnosis.
I think she is dealing
with it better than I am.
I am frustrated with this
feeling of helplessness.
Annette, who in our
youth was captain of the
high school cheerleading
squad, has always been
attractive, gregarious and
outgoing.
It seems my main job
growing up was to protect
her from the pack of boys
attracted by her looks and
personality.
I can't protect her now.
All we that care about
her can do is to offer our
support.
And that's where Relay
for Life comes in. Most
people can sacrifice a day
and/or a night to support
a cause that impacts so
many lives.
And many do. As a
journalist, I have covered
many Relay events


throughout the years.
I am always pleasantly
surprised at the number
of people who take time
out of their busy lives to
take part in the event.
I think I better
understand now why they
do so.
Cancer is personal
and many who
participate in the
fundraiser take
treatment of the disease
personally, which is what
Relay for Life is all about.
When Crestview Relay
for Life comes around, I'll
be there as a journalist
and a supporter. I'll be
there for my mom, a
cancer caregiver three
times over. I'll be there for
my uncle and two aunts
and for my wife's father,
who died of Leukemia a
few years back.
And, yes, I'll be there
for my sister, Annette, a
survivor.


Relay for Life began
in 1985. Dr. Gordon Klatt,
an oncologist in Tacoma,
Wash., wanted to make a
difference in the lives of his
cancer patients.
Dr. Klatt's idea was to
run laps around a track for .; L
24 hours and raise funds.
He raised $27,000 and
donated the money to the
American Cancer Society.
Since then, Relay
for Life has grown to
become the American
Cancer Society's national
signature activity. Some
have wondered why the
events are held overnight.
The following provides an
explanation.
The American Cancer
Society Relay for Life was originally designed to
be a 24-hour team-relay event. Teams of eight to 15
members take one-hour shifts on the track walking,
jogging or running to symbolize the journey made by
cancer patients - each contributing to their team's
efforts to stay on the track during the entire event.
The symbolism of Relay for Life as a 24-hour event
is that those facing cancer face it 24 hours a day. They
cannot turn off the disease at 1 a.m. just because
they are tired or have other responsibilities. Each
team participant makes a personal sacrifice to take
one day out of their life to show support and resolve
to patients, survivors and caregivers who are facing
cancer. "Cancer does not sleep, so neither will we" is a
sentiment often heard at Relays.
Participating in Relay for Life does not mean that
every person on a team has to stay throughout the entire
event. Most participants come and go throughout the
course of the event. Events that are 24 hours in length
provide activities, entertainment and ceremonies that
encourage teams and communities to return the second
day. Events that end at 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. typically have few
remaining participants for impactful ceremonies, such as
the "Fight Back" and closing ceremonies.
The importance of the overnight event that lasts
up to 24 hours is to give everyone in a community a
chance to participate and benefit from the support and
healing Relay brings. One can think of it as a store that
is open only once a year. You want to be open as long as
possible to give your community a chance to visit.


Relay for Life
differentiates itself from
other non-profit events
by being overnight
and maximizing the
opportunity for team
members and community
to bond in common cause.
Donors are impressed by
- , , those willing to give up a
' :. ' , day - a night - to fight
� back against cancer. In
fact, data shows that 24-
hour events, on average,
S'raise more money per
i capital a than 12- to 16-hour
events.
Staff and committee
members are not expected
to work the event without
getting sleep. In fact, it is
strongly recommended that
the length of the event be divided up between committee
members so that volunteer leadership has time to get
sleep/rest during the event. During the midnight to 6 a.m.
shift, there can be a single point person in charge and
others can sleep in nearby trailers, motor homes, tents or
at home as long as there is a cell-phone chain and plans
on how various situations are to be handled.
Having an overnight event does not take additional
work to run, outside of lining up entertainment. Tent
city is already built, the major ceremonies for "Day
one" are over. These late-night hours are often called
"zombie hours" and are considered by participants '
to be the most popular walking hours. Words such as
peaceful, magical and fun often are used to describe
these hours.
Entertainment during the late hours is critical, but
even quiet, low-level DJ music can work. Most Relays
have fun on-track games often run by youth (who have
the energy to stay up all night), and it provides all
teams additional time for onsite fundraising.
The 24-hour events allow ample time for all
elements of a Relay for Life event to take place
- Opening Ceremony, Survivor Lap, Caregiver Lap,
Luminaria Ceremony, Fight Back Ceremony and the
Closing Ceremony. Events that start at 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
and end at 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. make it nearly impossible to
successfully manage all these elements effectively with
greatest impact to our audience.

Source: American Cancer Society.


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Check it OUT


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian
Robert L. F. Sikes Public Library
With funding from both
the city and the county
being cut for our library
next year, one thing area
residents can do to help is
the donation of like-new
books. Many can be added
to our collection (either
because we do not have
that title or it can replace
our well-worn copy) or
used by the Friends of the
Crestview Library for their
semi-annual book sale.
If you subscribe to a
book club buying program
for bestsellers or just
occasionally purchase
them yourself, please
consider donating your
copy after you read it. We
cannot afford to purchase
multiple copies, and
sometimes the waiting list
gets quite long.
Of course, besides
donating books, we'd also
appreciate your buying
books at the Friends book
sales. The next one will be
Oct. 2, 3 and 4. If you could
help the Friends by sorting
books or working to set
up or take down the book
sale, please call Book Sale
Chairman Dot Moxcey at
682-5759.

PROGRAMS
Join us today and
tomorrow at 10:15 a.m. for
an undersea adventure at
Story Time. Enjoy stories
and songs about wondrous


creatures
of the
deep and
a "fishy" ( '
craft.
Dale i
Palmer and
The Pelican
Pickers will
perform
for our next
First Tuesday
Lecture
"Exploring Folk Musical
Instruments" at 10:30 a.m.
Sept. 1. Learn the history
of and hear the music of
the Appalachian mountain
dulcimer, hammered
dulcimer, bowed psaltery,
21-chord autoharp, Native
American flute, didgeridoo,
guitar, fiddle, harmonica,
Irish penny whistle and
piano accordion as the
Pelican Pickers discuss
and play old-timey country,
folk and Gospel songs.
Coffee and cookies will be
served starting at 10 a.m.

STAFF PICKS
"The Black Robe"
Brian Moore delivered
a powerhouse novel in
his now classic story
of Father Laforgue, a
Jesuit missionary to 17th-
century Canada. The
deeper Laforgue goes
into the wilderness, the
more blurred the lines
become between good
and evil, faith and despair,
and savage and civilized.
"The Black Robe" is the
North American "Heart
of Darkness" (the Joseph


Ann Mock and family members would like to
thank everyone who provided food, flowers,
cards and other acts of kindness during the
loss of our loved one, Roland John Mock,
who went home to be with the Lord on July
19,2009.
Your thoughts, prayers and deeds were
greatly appreciated more than mere words
could ever express.


Conrad classic that
is on so many local
schools' summer
reading list all our
S copies are usually
'" Ichecked out!)
"Quincunx,"
by first-time
novelist Charles
Palliser,
garnered
spectacular
reviews, attracting
unprecedented publicity
when it came out years
ago. Set in early 1800s
London, it is a Dickensian
journey through a young
man's life as he searches
for his identity. Eventually
he will fall into an ancient
mystery, a shocking
scandal, a passionate love
and a mysterious murder
that holds the answer to
his existence. The 800-
page epic length should
not put off readers for this
extraordinary modern
novel in the Victorian
tradition of shifting
fortunes, complicated
characters and romantic
landscapes. "Few books,


at most a dozen or two in
a lifetime, affect us in this
way," raved one newspaper
reviewer.
"Nonprofit Meetings,
Minutes, & Records"
This "how to run your
nonprofit corporation
so you don't get into
trouble" by Attorney
Anthony Mancuso will
show you how to do it all:
Call meetings, appoint
officers, take minutes,
make resolutions, vote
on proposals, adjourn
meetings, find the right tax
adviser or lawyer, and get
organized.
"What Color Is Your
Parachute 2009: A
Practical Manual for
Job-Hunters and Career-


Changers"
by Richard
Nelson Bolles
has been the
best-selling
job-hunting
classic for
decades,
selling
millions
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and winning award after
award. It was chosen by
the Library of Congress as
one of 25 books that have
most shaped readers'
lives. Fortune magazine
said, "Ideally, everyone
should read it in tenth
grade and again every
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Workplace" by Attorney
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an invaluable reference
for every worker from
the first day on the job
to the last. Get the facts
on: challenging a job loss,
wages and hours, e-mail
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ite? unemployment,
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ON THIS DAY
IN HISTORY
In 1891, the first
successful attempt at
rainmaking in the United
States brings a shower to
Midland, Texas.
In 1920, the 19th
Amendment is enacted,
giving women the right to
vote.
In 1931, the Controller
of the Currency orders
a moratorium on the
foreclosure of first
mortgages during the
Great Depression.

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NORTH OKALOOSA
ROWC MEETING: The
NW Retired Officers Wives
Club will meet on Sept. 17 at
the Eglin Officers Club with
an 11 a.m. social gather, fol-
lowed by lunch at 11:30 a.m.
The program will be Jeffrey
Rink from the Northwest


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38" Cut Lawn Tractor
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'1" per filter


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*Lowe's carries a large selection of furnace filters
Size and selection vary by market.


$397 32-pack
16.9 Oz. Purified Bottled Water
#309791
Plus deposit where required.


CLOSEOUT
PATIO FURNITURE
Applies to patio furniture marked wth yellow
clearance labels. Price reflects discount. Offer starts
8/27/09. While supplies last. Selection may vary by
store. See store for details.


Florida Symphony Orches-
tra. Please reserve your
spot by calling 609-8075 by
Sept. 10.
CRESTVIEW BUS
SCHEDULES ONLINE:
The bus schedules for North
Okaloosa County Schools
are available online at www.
okaloosaschools.com. Click
on "Bus routes/Transporta-
tion" in the sidebar under


"Quick Links."
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Services drivers will be held
as follows:
*Thursday, Aug. 27, City of
Crestview, 198 N. Wilson
St., City Hall, 10 a.m. to 2:30
p.m.
*Friday, Aug. 28, Racetrack
Road Center Promo, 9 a.m.
to 5 p.m.; every donor will


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GAS GRILLS
Applies to gas grills marked with yellow clearance
labels Price reflects discount. Offer starts 8/27/09.
While supplies last. Selection may vary by store.
See store for details.


receive a pint of ice cream.
LIBRARY DONA-
TIONS: The Friends of the
Crestview Library are ask-
ing for donations of used
books - and movies on
VHS and DVD - for the Fall
Book Sale Oct. 2-4. Books
and movies will be accepted
at the library, on Commerce
Drive behind the post office
off State Road 85. All types of


CLOSEOUT
PLANTERS
Applies to planters marked wth yellow clearance
labels. Price reflects discount. Offer starts 8/27/09.
While supplies last. Selection may vary by store.
See store for details.


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no finance charges will be assessed on this promotional purchase if you pay the following in full within 12 months: (1) the promotional purchase amount, and (2) any related optional credit insurance/debt cancellation
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hardbound and paperback
books are needed, but not
magazines or encyclopedias.
CRESTVIEW ART-
IST'S WORKS ON DIS-
PLAY: Mary McShane of
Crestview has some works
of art on display through
Aug. 31 at the Fort Walton
Beach Library, 185 Miracle
Strip Parkway.Parking is on
First Street to the North and


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Ferry Road to the East.
Details: Visit the library
gallery or McShane's Web
site at http://marymcshane.
com.
RED CROSS CLASS-
ES: in Okaloosa County are
listed below. Visit www.your
redcross.org to register.
*Aug. 28, CPR/AED Adult
*Aug. 29, Babysitter Train-
ing
*Sept. 5 and 26, Babysitter
Training
* Sept. 4, 12 and 26, Standard
First Aid w/CPR & AED
(adult infant & child) -
* Sept. 10, 14,17 and 23, Adult
CPR
*Sept. 5 and 16, Standard
First Aid w/CPR (adult
only) Sept. 25, Adult CPR/
AED
*Sept. 19, CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer
*Sept. 7, Bloodborne Patho-
gens
*Sept. 18, Pet First Aid
REGISTER FOR FALL
TERM: at Northwest Flori-
da State College. Enroll on-
line or in person at any of the
college's six area locations
through Aug. 31. Classes be-
gan Aug. 24 and Oct. 16.
COLLEGE SURPLUS
SALE: Northwest Florida
State College will hold a
surplus sale Aug. 28 from 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Niceville
Campus in Building G-2. The
sale is open to the public and
conducted by closed bid with
no prior inspection. Proper-
ty is sold in as-is condition.
Various items are available,
including computers, com-
puter parts, printers, office-
type furniture, a 26-passen-
ger bus, a van and various
miscellaneous items. For
information, call 729-5380.

Crestview
Cinema
Nortview Plaza *Hwy 85 N.
682-3201
Movie Schedule Starting
Friday, August 28, 2009
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Thursday
High school football
Kickoff Classic: Gulf
Breeze at Crestview, 7 p.m.
Middle school football
jamboree
Davidson vs. Ruckel at
Niceville, 6:30 p.m.
Shoal River vs. Lewis, at
Niceville, 6:30 p.m.

Friday
Kickoff Classic: Baker at
Jay, 7 p.m.

BRIEFS
CHS football tickets
Reserved seating for
the 2009 Crestview High
School football season went
on sale Monday to existing
ticket holders.Tickets are
$35 and will be sold daily
in the main office from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m. On Aug. 21,
any remaining seats will
be available to the general
public.

Baker coed baseball
BakerAreaYouth
Association is holding
registration for the fall coed
baseball league for children
ages 6-13. Sign up now
Monday,Tuesday,Thursday,
or Friday from 4 p.m.- 7p.m.
Cost is$40 per child.All
games will be onTuesday
and Thursday nights at BAYA.
Season starts in September.
For more information 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.

BAYA fundraiser
The Baker Area Youth
Association is holding a
fundraising raffle with the
grand prize being a deer
hunt in Kentucky valued at
$2,000.
The five-day hunt is
scheduled for Nov. 15-19 in
Christian County, Kentucky
and includes five days
lodging, five days of hunting
and $150 in cash.
Raffle tickets are $20
each or six for $100.
Drawing will be held Oct.
24 at the BAYA game.You
do not need to be present
to win.

Loop the Lake 5K
Lace up your running
shoes and get set to run or
walk around historic Lake
DeFuniak during the Loop
the Lake 5K Run/Walk and
I-mile Fun Run from 7 to
10 a.m. Sept. 12.The event
is a fundraiser for the 2009
American Heart Association
Heart Walk.
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
Amphitheater.Trophies 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.
See NEWS & NOTES B2


Wagner named Baker girls' basketball coach


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER - A little more than a
week after Kathy Combest re-
signed as the Baker girls bas-
ketball coach, the position has
been filled.
Longtime Gator assistant
football coach and boys weight
lifting coach Brian Wagner has
been named interim coach for


the 2009-10 season:
"I'm not replacing Kathy,"
Wagner said. '"You can't re-
place Kathy for what she's
done for our girls and our girls
program. All I cab do is take the
opportunity coach (athletic di-
rector Bob) Kellogg and (Bak-
er principal) Mr. (Tom) Shipp
have given me as an interim to
try and keep the program as at
high a level as you can, but you


can't replace Kathy.
"Because it is so late (the
timing of Combest's depar-
ture) it gives me an opportu-
nity to see what I can do and
how well I can do it, Certainly,
if I can't get the job done to his
satisfaction, he should have a
right to go a different route. I
don't feel it is going to be that
way."
Kellogg said when Wagner


e-mailed both him and Shipp
expressing interest in taking
over the program during the
transition period, it seemed
like a natural fit.
"We just felt like that was the
best thing, and we were real
fortunate that Brian stepped
up and said, 'I'd be glad to take
this thing,' " Kellogg said. "We

See WAGNER B2


IN THE





GYAME


A good showing by

Baker on Friday could

mean good things

for 2009 campaign

Randy Dickson
Cirt\-iew News Bullerin


Photos by RANDY DICKSON I Crezltm, Ni
Logan Wagner hands off 1o Justin Lewis as the Gators get read
Friday's Kickoff Classic at Jay.

Bulldogs kick it off with Dolphins


Randy Dickson,
Crestrie, News Bulletin
Crestview gets a head start on
the preseason play Thursday night
when the Bulldogs host Gulf Breeze
in the 2009 Kickoff Classic.
Action gets wuder way at 7 p.m.
with the Baby Dawgs and Dolphins
squaring off in the first half. The
varsity squads will take the field for
the second half. Admission is $6 for
adults and $5 for students.
Creshiew finished second in
District 2-4A a year ago, and the
Bulldog players enter the game
with confidence after a tough pre-
season camp and a long summer of
workouts. But they said they think
the hard work will payoff this fall
and Thursday will be the first test
in game conditions.
"It should be pretty good," Ar-
mond Robinson said. "They lost their
best receivers from last year so they
don't have a go-to guy any more.
"We need to show all the other
teams that Crestview isn't going to
be easy to play. We need to go out
there and play hard and play fast."
J.T. Arnold said he laIows the
hnportance of playing well against
Class 3A Gulf Breeze, the largest
team, at least in classification, the
Bulldogs will face until October.
"It is real important (to do well
against Gulf Breeze'," he said. "If we
can't hang with the big teams that
aren't in our district then how can


The Bulldogs might show
variety of looks during the
regular season, but don't
to see them spread it out c
Gulf Breeze on Thursday.

we hang with the teams'in
trict? It will be a good oppol
somebody good to start off a
"If we can beat tht
sure we can play with
out there. We have a goo
and we have a bunch of
ing players We are focus
we are ready to go out

See BULLDOGS B2


BAKER - The future is now for the Bak-
er football team when it travels to Jay for
the 2009 Kickoff Classic on Friday.
With only seven seniors on the roster,
j some of which haven't played for the Ga-
R'..tors before, it will be important for the
underclassmen toi step tp.
"We have a lot to get r-ady for,"junior
i, Bulklhn linebacker David Beck said. "We still
dy for have a lot of room to grow. We have some
young people stepping up that are prob-
ably going to be a good help for us this
year.
S "'I think it means more now (for the
juniors to take leadership roles) because
there aren't as many seniors. I think Fri-
day it is important that we set the tone
for the season."
Gator coach Bob Kellogg said he can't
wait for the start of his fifth season lead-
ing Baker.
"It seems like the last four years have
flown by and here we are again and it's
football season," he said. "We are excit-
ed because you get tired of the offseason
and you get anxious because you want to
play against somebody else versus your-
self. You get tired of hitting on your own
people.
"In the spring game, we looked at a lot
of people and did some things. But really
we are going into this trying to solidify our
starters. We have a lot of kids that this
will be there first experience in a varsity
gane, not counting the spring game."
Logan Wagner battled Vada Moore
and Christian Mainor for the starting
a quarterback job in the spring and has
emerged as the starter this summer. Kel-
expect logg said he wants to see how he handles
against the spotlight of being the field general.
The Gators have been practicing us-
ing several players at multiple positions
our dis- that might vary from one play to the next
nent and and the coaching staff is interested to see
against. how that works in a real game setting.
er, I'm Kellogg said he believes the Royals
anybody could be the team to beat in District I-1A,
>d team, and he said the game should be a good
return- measuring stick leading into the regular
sed, and season.
and win "We are getting ready to go over there

See BAKER B2


BRIAN
WAGNER


NORTH END
ZONE
Randy Dickson


After more months of
waiting than most fans can
stand, the 2009 football season
has arrived.
Our News Bulletin
football preview will be in
Saturday's paper with plenty
of information about the
Baker and Crestview high
school squads as well as the
expectations of our local


middle schools, Davidson and
Shoal River.
And yes, we will be talking
about the upcoming Bulletin
Bowl game between Baker and
Crestview, the season opener
for both squads.
In the mean time, there
is some football to be played
this week in the way of Kickoff
Classics.


I will be taking another trip
down memory lane Thursday
night when Crestview hosts
Gulf Breeze. Don't worry, as,
always I'll check my GBHS
Class of 1976 diploma at the
door. Although I hate to admit
it, I might have more ties to
Crestview now than I do to
Gulf Breeze.
My blast in the past will


continue Friday night when
Baker travels to Jay for their
Kickoff Classic. As an eighth
grader, I was in Jay a long ago
fall night in 1971 when Gulf
Breeze picked up the first win
in school history. And the last
time I was in the Jay football
stadium, I was a member of a

See KING FOOTBALL B2


King Football reigns again in Okaloosa County






B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


SDorts


Wednesday, August 26, 2009


NEWS & NOTES
from page B1
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 1460AM 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
Council17968 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 format
For more information or to receive
an entry form contact Pat Qkuinn at
683-3585 or 225-1390.

GFWC Golf Tournament
The GFWCWoman's Club of
Crestview, Inc. will host its inaugural
4-person low ball golf tournament
on Oct. 9 at Foxwood Country Club.
The entry fee is $50 per player and
includes cart, soft drink/water and
lunch.
Prizes will be awarded for closest
to the pin and the top three places for
men and women. Sign in starts at 7
a.m. with an 8 a.m. shotgun start.
There will be 50/50 play, handicap
play and a live auction.
Hole sponsorships are available
for $50 per hole. Proceeds from this'
event help support club charities. For
more information or an entry form,
call 682-1416, 217-5869 or 682-5324.


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Christian Mainor bulls forward during a recent practice. Mainor is expected to line up in
multiple positions Friday night against Jay.

BAKER from page B1
and play, I think, a team that is and just be successful in that "Ijust want to go out there and
probably going to be the front growth, I think we have a chance for us to give it our all," he said.
runner for our district, but it's to be a competitive team in our "I think we've worked real hard
good that it's not a district game district. Our goal is still to win over the summer, and I think we
and it is a big rivalry," he said. our district, but we are a young have something to prove.
"It will kind of give us a taste of team and we have to grow up "I think we have a real good
where we are at and where .we quick and do things right." shot at beating them, but we just
need to get to. For us this year Moore said he believes good have to go out there and play
it is going to be a week-by-week things will happen Friday night four quarters as hard as we can
growing thing, and in the weeks to come as the and make sure we come out with
"If we can grow each week Gators answer the challenge. a victory."



BULLDOGS from page B1


us a district championship."
George Frye echoed Arnold's
sentiments about the team.
"I feel pretty confident that we
are pretty good right now, and I
feel good about our season," Frye
said. "It (the Gulf Breeze game)
is pretty important because it is
the first game and it is a chance
for us to show what we are made
of early on in the season.
"It is veryimportant to showwe
are ready to make a statement."
Don't look for Bulldog coach


Matt Brunson to show any tricks
he might be saving for the regu-
lar season.
"The main thing is to be very
basic and work on the fundamen-
tals of blocking and tackling and
get everybody in so we can get a
look at them in a game situation
on film," he said. "I hope we've
improved our tackling.
"That's been our goal from
the spring into camp, and hope-
fully we will tackle better. I'm in-
terested in how the kids hit, how


physical they are and how they
.tackle."
, The Kickoff Classic marks
the official end to the preseason
workouts and the transition into
the regular season routine.
"We've had a real good camp,"
Brunson said. "This is the first
time we've had a full two-week
period before school starts.
We've been able to have about
six days of two-a-days and the
kids have responded well and
done a good job."


KING FOOTBALL from page B1


Dolphin team that picked
up a win over the Royals en
route to the school's first
winning season in football.
AKs much fun as it is to
look back this is a time of
year for looking forward.
Different coaches have
their own philosophies
about these preseason
games. Some coaches use
them as final auditions for
starting spots that might
not have yet been nailed
down. Other coaches know
who will start and are more


interested in working out
'the kinks.
A preseason game gives
a team a chance to get the
first-game jitters out of
the way without having to
worry about a blemish on
the regular season record.
Looking at this week's
slate, I think it is equally
important for both the
Gators and the Bulldogs to
make a strong showing in
their respective games.
Baker and Jay are 1-
1A opponents, and some


people have the Royals
as the team to beat. If the
Gators can play Jay close
on Friday it should be a
good sign of things to come.
Bob Kellogg is optimistic
about his young squad and
is anxious to see how first-
year quarterback Logan
Wagner does when the
lights come on. Wagner
won't have to go it alone
as he should have plenty
of weapons at his disposal
in Vada Moore, Dakota
Hooper, Justin Lewis and


Christian Mainor, just to
name a few.
If I was a betting man,
I would put my money on
the Bulldogs making a
strong showing against the
Dolphins.
SIt will be interesting
Sto see how much of the
offense Crestview shows
against Gulf Breeze. I
really don't expect to see
much of the Dawg package
this week.
The thing I will be
looking for is how well the


Bulldog defense tackles.
That has been a big
point of emphasis this
year for the Crestview
coaching staff and a
good tackling game
against the Dolphins
should set the tone for
the season ahead.
So grab your
stadium seat and put
on your favorite team
colors.
It is football time in
Florida!


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from page B1
are excited for him, and I
think he's excited for the
opportunity, and I think it's
a great fit for Baker.
. "Brian knows the people,
and he knows the commu-
nity. I think he can continue
to rally them like Kathy did.
So there's a lot of pluses in
him stepping up."
- Wagner never has
coached basketball at
a middle school or high
school level, but he said he
is confident he can get the
job done.
"Good coaches can
coach anything," he said.
"It just like being a good
teacher. Good teachers
make good coaches, and
good coaches, make good
teachers.
"If you are there for the
right reasons, good things
can happen for you."
Kellogg has worked with
Wagner for four years. He
said Wagner knows what
to expect from him as he
takes on the new job.
"Brian's a hard worker,"
Kellogg said. "Brian's com-
petitive. And I think Brian
brings a lot to that program
in the work ethic he will
have. So we feel real good
about the selection.
"I know Brian, and ev-
erything he does he's going
to put his heart into it and
work hard."
Wagner, whose daugh-
ter, Haley, is a member of
the Baker basketball team,
said he knows Combest has
left a good foundation for
him to build upon.
"We have a good group
of girls that are coming,
but there 'are going to be
challenges and we will try
to meet those challenges,"
he said. "I don't know what
others might think, but
there are many ways to do
things, and the fact of the
matter is it has to get done.
"Kathy has laid a won-
derful groundwork for kids
playing hard, giving their
best effort and thinking the
game of basketball-they'll
be ahead of the curve of
me on that. But I believe
that one thing I do have,
and certainly Kathy had
it as well, is intensity and
the ability to motivate and
in whatever I'm involved
with to be as competitive
as possible. Hopefully, that
will carry over into the girls
that are involved."


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Crestview News Bulletin I B3


School officials: Help prevent spread of flu


FORT WALTON BEACH - Anticipat-
ing an increase in flu-like illnesses
as students return to classes,
Okaloosa County Health Depart-
ment officials remind residents
of the steps they can take to pre-
vent the spread of flu-like illnesses
such as novel H1N1 flu. Parents of
kindergarten through 12th-grade
students are asked to read Action
Steps for Parents going home or
arriving by mail during the first
week of school on preventing nov-
el H1N1 flu. Parents can get the
Action Step fact sheets from the
health department's Web site at
www.HealthyOkaloosa.com.
"Federal and state health of-
ficials tell us that outbreaks of
flu-like illnesses including novel
H1N1 flu are likely when children
return to school," Okaloosa Coun-
ty Health Department Director


Karen Chapman said. "Adults and
children who are sick should stay
home to avoid infecting others."
Businesses, colleges and uni-
versities have similar resourc-
es available to them through
www.cdc.gov/hlnlflu/businessand
www.cdc.gov/hlnlflu/schools. The
health department has e-mailed
these resources to Okaloosa-area
chambers, cities and the college.
The health department recom-
mends that parents and teachers
explain to students and business-
es explain to their employees the
importance of the following basic
preventive hygiene measures:
* Stay home when sick for at
least 24 hours after the relief of fe-
ver without the use of fever-reduc-
ing medicine.
* Make it a routine to wash
your hands often with soap and


water. Visit www.cdc.gov/sesame.
html?s_cidhealthyHabits_001 to
learn the "Sesame Street" hand-
washing song.
* Avoid touching your eyes,
nose and mouth with your hands.
* Cough into your sleeve or into
a tissue, not into your hands.
* Avoid contact with those who
are coughing or otherwise appear ill.
* Get your seasonal flu shot.
This shot will not prevent novel
H1N1 flu. That vaccine is expected
to be available in late fall.
"Informed parents, students
and employees are our partners
in this effort to prevent the spread
of novel H1N1 flu. Staying home
when sick is best," Chapman said.
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Murder victim buried


Tuesday; suspect charged


Kimberly White
Florida Freedom Newspapers
DeFUNIAK SPRINGS - A 60-year-old wom-
an who was found shot to death in her
home last week recently had prescrip-
tions filled for Oxycontin, a highly
addictive painkiller, but none of the
bottles were found in her home, ac-
cording to a press release from the
Walton County Sheriff's Office. ,
The suspect, Jeffrey Allen Yates -
- who had been doing odd jobs
around her home over the last six -
weeks - was seen walking near JEF
her home Sunday, the day before ALLEI
Elizabeth Andrews' body was
found, the release said.
Her daughter, Kerri Balo, said a vic-
tim's advocate organization paid to have
her mother's body flown to Ohio over the
weekend. She was buried Tuesday morn-
ing in the family plot next to her husband,
who passed away several years ago.
Balo said she was advised against view-
ing her mother's body.
"However he shot her, I couldn't even
kiss her goodbye," she said, her voice still
shaky. "They said they wouldn't recom-
mend that I see her."
During his first court appearance Mon-
day morning, Yates was charged with mur-
der and felony grand theft.
He is being held at the Walton County
Jail without bond on the murder charge.
Linda Warren, criminal court manager
for the Walton County Clerk of Courts office,
said a public defender has been appointed,


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but no plea date has yet been set.
A caregiver found Andrews' body last
Monday By Wednesday, a warrant had
been issued for Yates' arrest.
The next day, he was spotted driving
Andrews' pick-up truck near Laurel Hill,
not far from the Alabama line.
He was arrested without inci-
Sdent and booked into the Okaloo-
S sa County Jail.
Authorities still are trying to
determine the owner of a gun
that Yates threw out of the truck
as he was being pursued by Oka-
FREY loosa County deputies.
IYATES Yates faces an additional
charge of petty theft, a misde-
meanor, but it is unrelated to Andrews's
death.
Mike Gurspan, the spokesman for the
Sheriff's Office, said Yates was writing
checks from a checkbook he allegedly
stole several months ago.
Balo said she had not heard anything
about Yates' status since he was arrested
last week, but that she understands the in-
vestigation will take time to complete.
"I know (law enforcement) is doing
their job," she added. "Our justice system
wouldn't be right if it happened quick ...
I know they've gotta' go through the mo-
tions."
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Beach Community Bank to help offset the
costs associated with Andrews' burial. Do-
nations can be made to the Elizabeth An-
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B4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Real Estate


Wednesday, August 26, 2009


Existing residential housing starts up for July


Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
Sales of existing residential
housing along the Emerald Coast
increased by 31 units for the
month of July, according to the
latest stats released by the Emer-
ald Coast Association of Realtors
(ECAR).
ECAR president Anita Wil-
liams said in a press release that
buyers who have been on the
fence about buying a home have
recently been spurred into ac-
tion by short-term incentives and
their deadlines.
"I think people are catching
on about the $8,000 tax credit and
they realize Nov. 30 is the clos-
ing deadline," she said. "They've
waited and waited, and now they
realize it's time to buy."
The federal government is of-
fering up to an $8,000 tax credit to
what is termed "first-time home-
buyers," but actually applies to
anyone who hasn't owned a home
in the past three years. Florida
has taken this credit one step
further by initiating a special pro-
gram that allows the tax credit
amount to be used immediately
toward the down payment of a pri-
mary home. And although there
are income and price restrictions,
they are liberal.


'


"I think people are catching on about the
$8,000 tax credit and they realize Nov. 30
is the closing deadline. They've waited and
waited, and now they realize its time to
buy."

- Anita Williams
ECAR president


To qualify for at least a par-
tial credit, singles can earn up
to $95,000 and married couples
$150,000. The credit is figured
at 10 percent of the price of the
home up to $80,000. Buyers must
close on their selected properties
by Nov. 30, a deadline, as Williams
indicated, they seem to be mind-
ful of.
To that end, sales of existing
single-family homes rose 14 units
in July, as compared to last year.
Sales of existing attached dwell-
ings such as townhomes and
multiplexes dipped one unit while
sales of existing condos increased
by 18.
The existing residential mar-
ket in Destin also rose, gaining
nine units compared to last year.
Existing single-family homes rose


two units, existing condo units,
six, and attached dwellings, one.
The significant rise in the sale
of existing condos, Williams said,
can be attributed, at least in part,
to the return of cash investors to
the market. "There are a lot of
cash purchasers in the market
right now," she said in the press
release.
Other factors influencing the
market, Williams said, is the high
number of families, both military
and civilian, who are transferring
into and out of the area. The debut
of the 2009-2010 school year this
month also prompted many fami-
lies to purchase homes in July.
For information about the real
estate market visit www.Emer-
aldCoastRealtors.com or call
243-6145.


FIRST-TIME BUYERS
TAX CREDIT
The federal government
is offering up to an
$8,000 tax credit to
what is termed 'first-time
homebuyers," but actually
applies to anyone who
hasn't owned a home in
the past three years.
Florida has taken this
credit one step further
by initiating a special
program that allows the
lax credit amount to be
used immediately toward
the down payment of a
primary home. And while
there are income and price
restrictions, they are liberal.
To qualify for at least
a partial credit, singles
can earn up to $95,000
and married couples
$150,000. The credit is
figured at 10 percent of
the price of the home up
to $80,000. Buyers must
close on their selected
properties by Nov. 30.


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Calvary thanks back to school bash supporters


Calvary United Church
at 1010 Bay St. in Crestview
would like to thank the fol-
lowing companies that con-
tributed to their Back To
School Bash on Aug. 7 in
Crestview:
All-American Insur-
ance; David Campbell In-
surance; Sears; All State
Insurance N.; Desi's Res-
taurant; Sonic Drive In;
All State Insurance (Mr.
Overstreet); Dollar Store;
Staples; American Karate
School; Domino's Pizza;
Submarina Subs; Apple-
bee's; Eglin Federal
Credit Union; Surety Title
Company; Arby's; First Na-
tional Bank; Taco Bell; ATA
Taekwondo; Good Things
Donuts; Taco Town; Azteca
Restaurant; Gospel Light-
house; Teachers Credit
Union; Bamboo Sushi Bar;
Hot Dog Shoppe; Terri's
Toys & Sports Collectable;
Beef O Brady; Hungry
Howie's; Tractor Supply;
Burger King; Len-
ny's Sub; Tom Thumb;
Twin Hills Park; Captain
D's; McDonald's; Uncle
Bill's; Community Bank;
Mia's Restaurant; WAAZ
& WFTW Radio; Coney
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Walmart; Cherokee Beach
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lix; Winn-Dixie; Crest-
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Restaurant; Wise Equip-
ment; Crestview Ready
Rent; Signs Galore; WTJT.
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sponsors that made this
a successful event, espe-
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graciously fed hundreds of
people, and the Crestview
Police Dept. and Okaloosa
EMS for their services.
Thank you to those who
participated in bringing
canned goods to help feed
the hungry in our area.
The goods went to Angie
Collins and her children,
whose house burned down
the next week, and also to
Sharing and Caring Food
Bank. They also want to
thank the hundreds of peo-
ple who registered and re-
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enhancement.


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Legal # 100796
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
WASHINGTON MU-
TUAL BANK,
Plainf, CASE
N O .
46-2008-CA-003983
vs. DIVISION:
BRADLEY M. FENN, et
al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
August 5, 2009 and en-
tered in Case NO.
46-2008-CA-003983 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein WASHINGTON
MUTUAL BANK, is the
Plaintiff and BRADLEY
M. FENN: ROBBIE
FENN; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at CREST-
VIEW: SOUTH FRONT
DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF SHALIMAR
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 9 day of Septem-


TY-SPECFHLMC-R-ejays SCOTT D. CORSAR , whose address is 9119
ka et al, Corporate Lake Drive,
**See Americans with Defendant(s). Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
Disabilities Act** ida 33634, and file the
IMPORTANT original with this Court
NOTICE OF ACTION either before service on
In accordance with the TO: Plaintiff's attorney or
Americans with Disabil- SCOTT D. immediately thereafter;
cities Act, persons with CORSAR otherwise a default will
disabilities needing LAST KNOWN AD- be entered against you
special accommoda- DRESS: 132 Lee- for the relief demanded
tion to participate in ward Drive in the Complaint or pe-
this proceeding should Miramar Beach, tition.
contact Court Adminis- FL 32550
tration at 101 James This notice shall be
Lee Boulevard East, CURRENT ADDRESS: published once each
Crestview, FL, UNKNOWN week for two consecu-
32536-3515; telephone tive weeks in the Crest-
number (850) LINDA A. view News Bulletin.
689-5000, Extension CORSAR
7497, prior to the pro- LAST KNOWN AD- WITNESS my hand and
ceeding. or Shalimar DRESS: 132 Lee- the seal of this Court
(850) 651-7497 ward Drive on this 6 day of August
Miramar Beach, , 2009.
IMPORTANT FL 32550
Don W. Howard
In accordance with the CURRENT ADDRESS: Clerk of the Court
Americans with Disabil- UNKNOWN By: Beth McDonald
cities Act, persons with As Deputy Clerk
disabilities needing ANY AND ALL UN-
special accommoda- KNOWN PARTIES Invoice to & Copy to:
tion to participate in CLAIMING BY, Florida Default Law
this proceeding should THROUGH, UNDER, Group, RL.
contact Court Adminis- AND AGAINST THE P.O. Box 25018
tration at 1250 N. Eglin HEREIN NAMED INDI- Tampa, Florida
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, VIDUAL DEFEND- 33622-5018
32579; telephone num- ANT(S) WHO ARE ASC-CONV-R-khart-
ber (850) 651-7497, NOT KNOWN TO BE maier-F08106884
prior to the proceeding. DEAD OR ALIVE, **See Americans with
WHETHER SAID UN- Disabilities Act
08/19/09 KNOWN PARTIES IMPORTANT
08/26/09 MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE, In accordance with
HEIRS, DEVISEES, the Americans with Dis-
GRANTEES, OR abilities Act, persons
OTHER CLAIMANTS with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
LAST KNOWN AD- dation to participate in
Legal # 100797 DRESS: UNKNOWN this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
IN THE CIRCUIT CURRENT ADDRESS: tration at 101 James
COURT OF THE UNKNOWN Lee Boulevard East,
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Crestview, FL,
CUIT YOU ARE NOTIFIED 32536-3515; .telephone
IN AND FOR that an action to fore- number (850)
OKALOOSA COUNTY, close a mortgage on 689-5000, Extension
FLORIDA the following property 7497, prior to the pro-
CIVIL ACTION in OKALOOSA County, ceeding. or Shalimar
Florida: (850) 651-7497
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK MELLON, FKA THE WEST 1/2 OF IMPORTANT
THE BANK OF NEW LOTS 12 AND 13,
YORK AS SUCCES- BLOCK 8, CRYSTAL In accordance with
SOR IN INTEREST TO BEACH SUBDIVISION, the Americans with Dis-
JP MORGAN CHASE ACCORDING TO THE abilities Act, persons
BANK NA AS TRUSTEE PLAT THEREOF, AS with disabilities need-
FOR STRUCTURED RECORDED IN PLAT ing special accommo-
ASSET MORTGAGE BOOK 1, PAGE 17, OF dation to participate in
INVESTMENTS II INC. THE PUBLIC REC- this proceeding should
BEAR STEARNS ALT-A ORDS OF OKALOOSA contact Court Adminis-
TRUST 2005-5, MORT- COUNTY, FLORIDA tration at 1250 N. Eglin
G A G E Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
PASS-THROUGH CER- has been filed against 32579; telephone num-
TIFICATES, SERIES you and you are re- ber (850) 651-7497,
2005-5, quired to serve a copy prior to the proceeding.
Plaintiff, of your written de- 08/19/09
CASE NO.: fenses, if any, on or 08/26/09
46-2008-CA-006851 before September
vs. 21,2009 on Florida De-
DIVISION: fault Law Group, PL.,
Plaintiff's attorney,


ber, 2009, the following
described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment:
LOT 28D, DIAMOND
LAKES, A
TOWNHOUSE DEVEL-
OPMENT, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 21, PAGES 1 TO AUO T
3, OF THE PUBLIC
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(60) days after the sale. driveways, patios. Free
Estimate. Lic/Ins
WITNESS MY HAND 850-685-6248
and the seal of this
Court on August 7,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Harold Galnes
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Legal # 100801
Legal # 100798 NOTICE OF APPLICA-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- TION FOR TAX DEED
TION FOR TAX DEED 2009 TD 000242 C
2009 TD 000278 C Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
Notice is hereby given ings, as holder of the
that Augustine Russell, following certificate,
as holder of the follow- has filed said certificate
ing certificate, has filed for a Tax Deed to be is-
said certificate for a Tax sued thereon. The cer-
Deed to be issued tificate number and
thereon. The certificate year of issuance, the
number and year of is- name in which the
suance, the name in property is assessed
which the property is and the description of
assessed and the de- the property is as fol-
scription of the prop- lows:
erty is as follows: Certificate # 1060 of
Certificate # 3228 of 2007 Assessed to:
2007 Assessed to: AL- DUGGAN POND DEV
ICE MELVIN GROUP II LLC
Description: 1ST ADD Description: PARCEL
PORTERS REPLAT (OF Description: PARL
PORTERS REPEAT (OF A: COM NE COR W
HOLT) BLK 23 1675.37 FT TO POB S4
Parcel ID: DEG W 2004.78 FT TO
33-3N-25-2090-0023- R/W 34 DEG W459.89
0000 Opening Bid: FT ALG CURVE 283.79
$794.46 FT N39 DEG W309.24
All of said property be- FT ALG CURVE 441.35
ing in the County of FT N7 DEG E3167.36
Okaloosa, State of Flor- FT S88 DEG E723.64
ida. FT TO POB
Unless the certificate is Statutory Opening Bid:
redeemed according to $66,315.13
law, the property de- All of said property be-
scribed in the certifi- ing in the County of
cate will be sold to the Okaloosa, State of Flor-
highest bidder in the ida.
BCC Board Meeting Unless the certificate is
Room at the Okaloosa redeemed according to
County Courthouse, law the property de-
Crestview, Florida at scribed in the certifi-
10:00 a.m. on October cate will be sold to the
7,2009. highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Dated this 18th day of Room at the Okaloosa
August, 2009. County Courthouse,
DON W. HOWARD Crestview, Florida at
CLR OF THE CIR- 10:00 a.m. on October
CUlT COURTS 7, 2009.-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09 Dated this 18th day of
08/26/09 August, 2009.
09/02/09 DON W. HOWARD
09/09/09 CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Legal #100799 08/19/09
08/26/09
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 09/02/09
TION FOR TAX DEED 09/09/09
2009 TD 000240 C Legal # 100802
Notice is hereby given NOTICE OF APPLICA-
that D. Bresee, Keith TION FOR TAX DEED
Bresee, and Farrar Mc-
Nair, as holder of the 2009 TD 000243 C
following certificate,
has filed said certificate Notice is hereby given
for a Tax Deed to be is- that Gulf Group Hold-
sued thereon. The cer- ngs, as holder of the
tificate number and following certificate,
year of issuance, the has filed said certificate
name in which the for a Tax Deed to be is-
property is assessed sued thereon. The cer-
and the description of tificate number and
the property is as fol- year of issuance, the
lows: name in which the
Certificate # 1354 of property is assessed
2007 Assessed to: and the description of
JOHN B SENTERFITT the property is as fol-
Description: EDNEY lows:
2ND ADD LOT 14 BLK Certificate # 3139 of
4 2007 Assessed to:
Parcel ID#: SHRI JALA BAPA INC
08-3N-23-0742-0004- 'Description: COM NE
0140 Opening Bid: COR NE1/4 OF NE1/4
$18,079.65 W221 FT TO WLY R/W
All of said property be- ST RD 85 THCSWLY
ing in the County of ALG R/W 935 FT TO
Okaloosa, State of Flor- POB CONT SWLY 392
ida. FT W1010 FT TO SW
Unless the certificate is COR OF NE1/4 OF
redeemed according to NW1/4 N546 FT S76
law, the property de- DEG E789 FT N87 DEG
scribed in the certifi- E266 FT TO POB LESS
cate will be sold to the -0042-6.31 ACRES AS
highest bidder in the OR2047/210
BCC Board Meeting Parcel ID#:
Room at the Okaloosa 32-3N-23-0000-0042-
County Courthouse, 0030 Opening Bid:
Crestview, Florida at $18,719.39
10:00 a.m. on October All of said property be-
7,2009. ing in the County of
Dated this 18th day of kaloosa, State of Flor-
Dated this 18th day of ida.
August, 2009. Unless the certificate is
DON W. HOWARD redeemed according to
CLERK OF THE CIR- law, the property de-
CUIT COURTS scribed in the certifi-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
08/19/09 BCC' Board Meeting
08/26/09 Room at the Okaloosa
09/02/09 e County Courthouse,
09/09/09 Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on October
7,2009.
Legal# 100800
Dated this 18th day of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- August, 2009.
TION FOR TAX DEED DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
2009 TD 000241 S CUlT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Notice is hereby given
that PPTS 452, LLC, as 08/19/09
holder of the following 08/26/09
certificate, has filed 09/02/09
said certificate for a Tax 09/09/09
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate Legal # 100803
number and year of is-
suance, the name in NOTICE OF APPLICA-
which the property is TION FOR TAX DEED
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop- 2009 TD 000244 C
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1V5 of Notice is hereby given
2007 Assessed to: that Gulf Group Hold-
BABB INVESTMENTS ings, as holder of the
LLC following certificate,
Description: EMERALD has filed said certificate
LAKES COMMERCIAL for a Tax Deed to be is-
S/D LOT 4 LESS BEG sued thereon. The cer-
NE COR LOT 4 S5 tificate number and
DEG E ANG E BDRY year of issuance, the
LOT 4 98.24 FT N77 name in which the
DEG W210.56 FT TO E property is assessed
R/W OPA-LOCKA LN and the description of
N12 DEG E ALG R/W the property is as fol-
11.85 FT THC ALG lows:
CRV 102.27 FT THC 77 Certificate # 2423 of
DEG E 232.47 FT TO 2007 Assessed to:
POB WILLIAM R & LAURIE
Parcel ID#: SCHUMPERT
00-2S-22-0985-0000- Description: COM SW
0040 Opening Bid: COR N824 FT S77
$51,653.08 DEG E275.26 FT
All of said property be- N534.28 FT TO PO8
ing in the County of N106.9 FT S89 DEG
Okaloosa, State of Flor- E350 FT S3 DEG
ida. E116.2 FT N77 DEG
Unless the certificate is W100 FT S50.47 FT
redeemed according to N77 DEG W267 FT TO
law, the property de- POB
scribed in the certifi- Parcel ID#:
cate will be sold to the 18-3N-22-0000-0001-
highest bidder in the 002Z Opening Bid:
BCC Board Meeting $4,328.82
Room at the Okaloosa All of said property be-
County Courthouse, ing in the County of
Crestview, Florida at Okaloosa, State of Flor-
10:00 a.m. on October ida.
7, 2009. Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
Dated this 18th day of law, the property de-
August, 2009. ' scribed in the certifi-
DON W. HOWARD cate will be sold to the
CLERK OF THE CIR- highest bidder in the
CUlT COURTS BCC Board Meeting
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,


08/19/09 Crestview, Florida at
08/26/09 10:00 a.m. on October
09/02/09 7,2009.
09/09/09
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC

08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09


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2009 TD 000248 S Description: RACE
TRACK RD S/D LOT 13
Notice is hereby given &14 BLKA
that GulfGroup Hold- Parcel ID:
ings, as holder of the 02-2S-24-213A-000A
following certificate, -0130 Opening Bid:
has filed said certificate $12,814.26
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


Legal # 100804 property is assessed
and the description of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- the property is as fol-
TION FOR TAX DEED lows:
Certificate # 2399 of
2009 TD 000245 S 2007 Assessed to:
MASAE S. SPEARS
Notice is hereby given Description: ELLIOTTS
that Gulf Group Hldd- POINT 10TH ADD LOT
ings, as holder of the 28 BLK 18
following certificate, Parcel ID#:
has filed said certificate 18-2S-23-080L-0018-
for a Tax Deed to be is- 0280 Opening Bid:
sued thereon. The cer- $6,472.64
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 # 401 of scribed in the certifi-
2007 Assessed to: cate will be sold to the
ROBERT B & KERRY highest bidder in the
T ANDREWS BCC Board Meeting
Description: ST BARTH Room at the Okaloosa
@ SILVER SHELLS CA- County Courthouse,
BANA B1 Crestview, Florida at
Parcel ID#: 10:00 a.m. on October
00-2S-22-2302-0000- 7, 2009.
00B1 Opening Bid:
$5,100.77 Dated this 18th day of
All of said property be- August, 2009.
ing in the County of DON W. HOWARD
Okaloosa, State of Flor- CLERK OF THE CIR
ida. CUIT COURTS
Unless the certificate is By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
redeemed according to 08/
law, the property de- 08/19/09
scribed in the certifi- 08/26/09
cate will be sold to the 09/02/09
highest bidder in the 09/09/09
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, Legal # 100808
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on October NOTICE OF APPLICA-
7, 2009. TION FOR TAX DEED
Dated this 18th day of 2009 TD 000249 S
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD Notice is hereby given
CLERK OF THE CIR- that Gulf Group Hold-
CUIT COURTS ings, as holder of the
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC following certificate,
has filed said certificate
08/19/09 for a Tax Deed to be is-
08/26/09 sued thereon. The cer-
09/02/09 tificate number and
09/09/09 year of issuance, the
name in which the
Legal # 100805 property is assessed
and the description of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- the property is as fol-
TION FOR TAX DEED lows:
Certificate # 3195 of
2009 TD 000246 S 2007 Assessed to:
FREDA S & JOHN T
Notice is hereby given KELLY : PN
that Gulf Group Hold- Description: PINE
ings, as holder of the MEADOWS LOT 45
following certificate, Parcel ID:K B
has filed said certificate Parcel D:
for a Tax Deed to be is- 33-1S-24-2060-000B-
sued thereon. The cer- 0450 Opening Bid:
tificate number and $51,678.71
year of issuance, the All of said property be-
name in which the ing in the County of
property is assessed Okaloosa, State of Flor-
and the description of ida.
and the description of Unless the certificate is
the property is as fol- redeemed according to
Certificate # 3246 of law, the property de-
2007 Assessed to: scribed in the certifi-
GLADYS V SMITH cate will be sold to the
Description: BEG 509 hiCht bidder in
FT W OF SE COR OF BCC Board Meeting
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 W85 Room at the Okaloosa
FT N140 FT E85 FT County Courthouse,
S140 FT TO BEG Crestview, Florida at
729/448 10:00 a.m. on October
Parcel ID#: 7, 2009.
34-1 S-24-0000-0032-
0220 Opening 'Bid: Dated this 18th day of
$7,779.70 August, 2009.
b DON W. HOWARD
All of said property be- DON W. HOWARD
ing in the County of CLERK OF THE CIR-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- CT COUT, DC
ida. By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Unless the certificate is0/10
redeemed according to 08/1926/09
law, the property de- 08/26/09
scribed in the certifi- 09/02/09
cate will be sold to the 09/09/09
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting Legal # 100809
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Crestview, Florida at TION FOR TAX DEED
10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009. 2009 TD 000250 S
Dated this 18th day of Notice is hereby given
August, 2009. that Gulf Group Hold-
DON W. HOWARD ings, as holder of the
CLERK OF THE CIR- following certificate,
CUIT COURTS has filed said certificate
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC for a Tax Deed to be is-
08/19/09sued thereon. The cer-
08/19/09 tificate number and
08/26/09 year of issuance, the
09/02/09 name in which the
09/09/09 property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
Legal # 100806 lows:
Certificate # 113 of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 2007 Assessed to:
TION FOR TAX DEED DAVID L. TALBERT
Description: COM-
2009TD000247S MERCE ROW CONDO
UNIT 6,
Notice is hereby given parcel ID:
that Gulf Group Hold- 00-2S-22-0500-0000-
ings, as holder of the 0060 Opening Bid:
following certificate, $4,344.52
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- cae will be sold to the
lows: ificate # 406 highest bidder in the
Certificate # 406 ofBCC Board Meeting
2007 Assessed to: Room at the Okaloosa
JDB INC County Courthouse,
Description: ST BARTH Crestview, Florida at
@ SILVER SHELLS 10:00 a.m. on October
UNIT 1006W, PARKING 7, 2009.
#50 & STORAGE #71
,Parcel ID#: Dated this 18th day of
00-2S-22-2302-0000- August, 2009.
1006 Opening Bid: DON W. HOWARD
$47,804.01 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. 08/19/09
Unless the certificate is 08/26/09
redeemed according to 09/02/09
law, the property de- 09/09/09
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the eal#08
BCC Board Meeting LegalI# 100810
Room at the Okaloosa IC A ICA
County Courthouse, TION FOR TAX DEED
Crestview, Florida atTO FO
10:00 a.m. on October 2009TD 000251 S
7, 2009.
Dated this 18th day of Notice is hereby given
August, 2009. that Gulf Group Hold-
DON W. HOWARD wings, as holder of the
CLERK OF THE CIR- following certificate,
CUlT COURTS has filed said certificate
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC for a Tax Deed.to be is-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC sued thereon. The cer-
08/19/09 tificate number and
08/26/09 year of issuance, the
09/02/09 name in which the
09/09/09 property is assssed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
Legal # 100807 lows:
Certificate # 846 of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 2007 Assessed to:
TION FOR TAX DEED ROBERT & JOHN W.
KERNEN


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redeemed according to Legal # 100814 that Gulf Group Hold-
law, the property de- ings, as holder of the
scribed in the certifi- NOTICE OF APPLICA- following certificate,
cate will be .sold to the TION FOR TAX DEED has filed said certificate
highest bidder in the for a Tax Deed to be is-
BCC Board -Meeting 2009 TD 000255 S sued thereon. The cer-
Room at the Okaloosa tificate number and
County Courthouse, Notice is hereby given year of issuance, the
Crestview, Florida at that Gulf Group Hold- name in which the
10:00 a.m. on October ings, as holder of the property is assessed
7, 2009. following certificate, and the description of
has filed said certificate the property is as fol-
Dated this 18th day of for a Tax Deed to be is- lows:
August, 2009. sued thereon. The cer- Certificate # 2147 of
DON W. HOWARD tificate number and 2007 Assessed to:
CLERK OF THE CIR- year of issuance, the THOMAS W.
CUIT COURTS name in which the MCCALEB
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC property is assessed Description: CASA
and the description of LOMA 1ST ADD LOT
08/19/09 the property is as fol- 19 BLK 1
08/26/09 lows: Parcel ID:
09/02/09 Certificate # 1260 of 16-2S-25-0351-0001-
09/09/09 2007 Assessed to: 0190 Opening Bid:
LARRY L. & LYNNE T. $2,547.00
LOWE All of said property be-
Legal# 100811 Description: HELMS & ing in the County of
ALLEN S/D W1/2 LOT 5 Okaloosa, State of Flor-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- ALL OF LOT 6 & E1/2 ida.
TION FOR TAX DEED LOT 7 BLK 7 Unless the certificate is
Parcel ID: redeemed according to
2009 TD 000252 S 07-1S-22-1130-0007- law, the property de-
0050 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi-
Notice is hereby given $6,807.76 cate will be sold to the
that Gulf Group Hold- All of said property be- highest bidder in the
ings, as holder of the ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting
following certificate, Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa
has filed said certificate ida.. County Courthouse,
for a Tax Deed to be is- Crestview, Florida at
sued thereon. The cer- Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on October
tificate number and redeemed according to 7,2009.
year of issuance, the law, the property de-
name in which the scribed in the certifi- Dated this 18th day of
property is assessed cate will be sold to the August, 2009.
and the description of highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD
the property is as fol- BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR-
lows: Room at the Okaloosa CUlT COURTS
Certificate # 2221 of County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
2007 Assessed to: Crestview, Florida at
DAVID WORN 10:00 a.m. on October 08/19/09
De s c r i p t i o n : 7, 2009. 08/26/09
BAYSHORE LOT 18 09/02/09
BLK 5 Dated this 18th day of 09/09/09
Parcel ID: August, 2009.
17-1 S-22-3090-0005- DON W. HOWARD
0180 Opening Bid: CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal #100818
$3,976.43 CUIT COURTS
All of said property be- By: Lisa LO Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPLICA-
ing in the County of TION FOR TAX DEED
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 08/19/09
ida. 08/26/09 2009 TD 000259 C
Unless the certificate is 09/02/09
redeemed according to 09/09/09 Notice is hereby given
law, the property de- that Gulf Group Hold-
scribed in the certifi- ings, as holder of the
cate will be sold to the Legal # 100815 following certificate,
highest bidder in the has filed said certificate
BCC Board Meeting NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is-
Room at the Okaloosa TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer-
County Courthouse, tificate number and
Crestview, Florida at 2009 TD 000256 C year of issuance, the
10:00 a.m. on October name in which the
7, 2009. Notice is hereby given property is assessed
that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of
Dated this 18th day of ings, as holder of the the property is as fol-
August, 2009. following certificate, lows:
DON W. HOWARD has filed said certificate Certificate # 1823 of
CLERK OF THE CIR- for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to:
CUlT COURTS sued thereon. The cer- TERENCE WAYNE
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC tificate number and THOMAS & GLENN &
08/19/09 year of issuance, the SUSAN BLACKBURN
08/26/09 name in which the Description: HOLLEY
09/02/09 property is assessed GROVE SOUTH LOTS
09/09/09 and the description of 5 THRU 16 & 33 BLK 7
the property is as fol- Parcel ID:
Legal # 100812 lows: 13-3N-22-1172-0007-
Certificate # 3144 of 0050 Opening Bid:
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 2007 Assessed .to: $2,280.76
TION FOR TAX DEED BEST CHOICE RE- All of said property be-
ALTY INC ing in the County of
2009 TD 000253 S DescriptiEn: COM SE Okaloosa, State of Flor-
COR SE1/4 OF SW1/4 ida..
Notice is hereby given W1546.4 FT N11 DEG Unless the certificate is
that Gulf Group Hold- E336.6 FT E743 FT TO redeemed according to
ings, as holder of the POB N100 FT E206.8 law, the property de-
following certificate, FT S4 DEG W100.2 FT scribed in the certifi-
has filed said certificate W200 FT TO POB & cate will be sold to the
for a Tax Deed to be is- FROM NE COR OF highest bidder in the
sued thereon. The cer- PRO W207 FT N40 FT 8CC Board Meeting
tificate number and E209.5 FT TO R/W SR Room at the Okaloosa
year of issuance, the 85 S40 FT TO POB .19 County Courthouse,
name in which the ACC Crestview, Florida at
property is assessed Parcel ID: 10:00 a.m. on October
and the description of 32-3N-23-0000-0050- 7, 2009.
the property is as fol- 003B Opening Bid:
lows: $25,213.40 Dated this 18th day of
Certificate # 511 of All of said property be- August, 2009.
2007 Assessed to: ing in the County of DON W. HOWARD
ADRICCARTER LLC Okaloosa, State of Flor- CLERK OF' THE CIR-
Description: TWIN ida. CUIT COURTS
LAKES PHII LOT 131 Unless the certificate is By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Parcel ID: redeemed according to
00-2S-22-5331-0000- ' law, the property de- 08/19/09
1310 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi- 08/26/09
$15,096.57 cate will be sold to the 09/02/09
All of said property be- highest bidder in the 09/09/09
ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting
Okaloosa, Stae oflor- Room at the Okaloosa Legal # 100819
ida. County Courthouse,
Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at NOTICE OF APPLICA-
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on October TION FOR TAX DEED
law, the property de- 7,2009.
scribed in the certifi- 2009 TD 000260 S
cate will be sold to the Dated this 18th day of
highest bidder in the August, 2009. Notice is hereby given
BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD that Gulf Group Hold-
Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR- ings, as holder of the
County Courthouse, CUIT.COURTS following certificate:
Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L. Guia, DC has filed said certificate
10:00 a.m. on Octoler for a Tax Deed to be is-
7, 2009. 08/19/09 sued thereon. The cer-
08/26/09 tificate number and
Dated this 18th day of 09/02/09 year of issuance, the
August, 2009. 09/09/09 name in which the
DON W. HOWARD -- property is assessed
CLERK'OF THE CIR- Legal #100816 and the description of
CUIT COURTS the property is as fol-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPLICA- lows:
TION FOR TAX DEED Certificate # 308 of
08/19/09 2007 Assessed to:
08/26/09 2009 TD 000257 C RICHARD L & PATTI L
09/02/09 MOREA
09/09/09 Notice is hereby given Description: STONE-
__ ___ that Gulf Group Hold- BRIDGE PH II @
following certificate, LOT 20 BLK JJ
NOTICE OF APPLICA- has filed said certificate Parcel , ID:
TION FOR TAX DEED for a Tax Deed to be is- 00-2S-22-1444-00JJ-
sued thereon. The cer- 0200 Opening Bid:
2009 TD 000254 S tificate number and $20,450.03
year of issuance, the All of said property be-
Notice is hereby given name in which the ing in the County of

ings, as holder of the and the description of ida.
has filed said certificate lows: redeemed according to
for a Tax Deed to be is- Certificate # 1177 of law, the property de-
sued thereon The car- 2007 Assessed to' WA- scribed in the certifi-
tificate number and TERVIEW DEVELOP- cate will be sold to the
year of issuance, the MENT LLC t : highest bidder in the
neg ino ich the Ecri tio . BCC Board Meeting
name In which the of For Room at the Okaloosa
property is assessed RIVERCHAS h Room at the Okaloo
and the description of III LOT 19 BLK B County Courthouse,
the propert is as fol- Parcel ID Crestvew, Florida at
propertyws: 06-2aN-23-5002-OOOB-c 10:00 a.m. on October
Certificate # 3424 of 0190 Opening Bid: 7,2009.
2007 Assessed to: $1,851.69
JOSHUA T. PINE & All of said property be- Dated this 18th day of
EARNEST EVANS ing in the County of August, 2009.
Description: 4TH ADD Okaloosa, State of Flor- DON W. HOWARD
GARNER BCH LOT 3 ida. CLERK OF THE CIR-
BLK 2 681/157 Unless the certificate is CUlT COURTS
Parcel ID: redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
02-2S-24-1004-0002- law, the property de- 09
0030 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi- 08/16/
$3,782.87 cate will be sold to the 08/26/09
All of said property be- highest bidder in the 09/02/09
ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting 09/09/09
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Room at the Okaloosa---- --
ida. County Courthouse, Legal #100820
Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on October NOTICE OFAPPLICA-
law, the property de- 7, 2009. TION FOR TAX DEED
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the Dated this 18th day of 2009 TD 000261 S
highest bidder in the August, 2009.
BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD Notice is hereby given
Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR- that Gulf Group Hold-
County Courthouse, CUIT COURTS ings, as holder of the
Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L.Guia, DC following certificate,
10:00 a.m. on October has filed said certificate
7,2009. 08/19/09 for a Tax Deed to be is-
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NOTICE OF RE-
Dated this 18th day of SCHEDULED FORE-
August, 2009. CLOSURE SALE
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE IS HEREBY
CUIT COURTS GIVEN pursuant to an
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
08/19/09 August 13, 2009 and
08/26/09 entered in Case NO.
09/02/09 08-CA-46C of the Cir-
09/09/09 cult Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and
for OKALOOSA
Legal # 100823 County, Florida
wherein CHASE HOME
INTHE CIRCUIT FINANCE LLC, is the
COURT OF THE Plaintiff and ,JOHN
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SCOTT BURKE; ANY
CUlT AND ALL UNKNOWN
IN AND FOR PARTIES CLAIMING
OKALOOSA COUNTY, BY, THROUGH, UN-
FLORIDA DER, AND AGAINST
CIVIL ACTION THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
ASSOCIATION, AS KNOWN TO BE DEAD
TRUSTEE FOR SASCO OR ALIVE, WHETHER
2005-WF4, SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
Plaintiff, CASE TIES MAY CLAIM AN
N O . : INTEREST AS
46-2008-CA-004528 SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
vs. DIVISION: VISEES, GRANTEES,
-OR OTHER CLAIM-
WILLIAM GRADY, et al, ANTS; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGIS-
Defendant(s) TRACTION SYSTEMS,
INCORPORATED, AS
NOMINEE FOR GMAC
NOTICE OF RE- MORTGAGE, LLC; are
SCHEDULED FORE- the Defendants, I will
CLOSURE SALE sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
NOTICE IS HEREBY CRESTVIEW: IN
GIVEN pursuant to an FRONT OF THE
Order Rescheduling CLERK'S FRONT
Foreclosure Sale dated DOOR OF THE
August 13, 2009 and OKALOOSA COUNTY
entered in Case NO. COURTHOUSE at
46-2008-CA-004528 of 11:00AM, on the 22 day
the Circuit Court of the of September, 2009,
FIRST Judicial Circuit the following described
in and for OKALOOSA property as set forth in
County, Florida said Final Judgment:
wherein U.S. BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA- LOTS 10, BLOCK 4,
TION, AS TRUSTEE OAKDALE MINIATURE
FOR SASCO F A R M S
2005-WF4, is the Plain- RESUBDIVISION OF
tiff and WILLIAM, LOTS 14 AND 15,
GRADY; BARBARA BLOCK 13, ACCORD-
LISCHER; ANY AND ING TO THE MAP OR
ALL UNKNOWN PAR- PLAT THEREOF AS
TIES CLAIMING BY, RECORDED IN PLAT
THROUGH, UNDER, BOOK 2, PAGE 119,
AND AGAINST THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
HEREIN NAMED INDI- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
VIDUAL DEFEND- FLORIDA.
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT AK/A 1033 VALLEY
KNOWN TO BE DEAD ROAD, CRESTVIEW,
OR ALIVE, WHETHER FL 325360000
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN Any person claiming an
INTEREST AS interest in the surplus
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- from the sale, if any,
VISEES, GRANTEES, other than the property
OR OTHER CLAIM- owner as of the date of
ANTS; are the Defend- the Lis Pendens must
ants, I will sell to the file a claim within sixty
highest and best bid- (60) days after the sale.
der for cash at CREST-
VIEW: SOUTH FRONT WITNESS MY HAND
DOOR OF THE and the seal of this
OKALOOSA COUNTY Court on August 17,
COURTHOUSE 2009.

SHALIMAR: IN FRONT Don W Howard
OF CLERK'S FRONT Clerk of the Circuit,
DOOR OF SHALIMAR Court
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 22 day of Septem-
ber, 2009, the following ByK Brown
described property as Deputy Clerk
set forth in said Final
Judgment: Publish in Crestview
LOT 24, BLOCK 8, News Bulletin
BEL-AIR ADDITION TO InvoiceTo:
FORT WALTON Florida Default Law
BEACH, ACCORDING Group,P.L.
TO THE PLAT PO. Box 25018
THEREOF; AS RE- Tampa, Florida
CORDED IN PLAT 33622-5018
BOOK 2, PAGE 56, OF F07066092-CHASE-SPE
THE PUBLIC REC- CFHLMC-R-ejeyska
ORDS OF OKALOOSA **See Americans with
COUNTY, FLORIDA Disabilities Act**
A/K/A 158 RAINBOW IMPORTANT
DRIVE NW, FORT
WALTON BEACH, FL In accordance with the
32548 Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
Any person claiming an disabilities, needing
interest in the surplus special accommoda-
from the sale, if any, tion to participate in
other than the property this proceeding should
owner as of the date of contact Court Adminis-
the Lis Pendens must traction at 101 James
file a claim within sixty Lee Boulevard East,
(60) days after the sale. Crestview, ' FL,
32536-3515; telephone
WITNESS MY HAND number' (850)
and the seal of this 689-5000, Extension
Court on August 17, 7497, prior to the pro-
2009. ceeding. or Shalimar
Don . Howard (850) 651-7497
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit IMPORTANT
Court
By:K Brown In accordance with the
Deputy Clerk Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
Publish in Crestview disabilities needing
News Bulletin special accommoda-
Invoice To: tion to participate in
Florida Default Law this proceeding should
Group, RL. contact Court Adminis-
RO. Box 25018 tration at 1250 N.. Eglin
Tampa, Florida Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
33622-5018 32579; telephone num-
F08066886-NMNC-CON bar (850) 651-7497,
V-R-khartmaier prior to the proceeding.
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act** 08/26/09
IMPORTANT 09/02/09
In accordance with the al # 1
Americans with Disabil- Legal# 100825
cities Act, persons with OKALOOSA ISLAND
disabilities needing LEASEHOLD CON-
special accommoda- VERSION
tion to participate in REQUEST FOR BIDS
this proceeding should ON HOLIDAY
contact Court Adminis- ISLE/OKALOOSA IS-
tration at 101 Janes AN PROPERT
Lee Boulevard East, LAND RTY
Crestview, FL, NOTICE IS HEREBY
32536-3515; telephone GIVEN that the Board
number (850) G tt o a
689-5000, Extension of County Commission-
7497, prior to the pro- ers of Okaloosa
ceeding. or Shalimar county, Florida, will
(850) 651-7497 open sealed Bids on
the 3rd day of Sep-
IMPORTANT member , 2009, at 10
AM Room 204, 302 N.
In accordance with the Wilson Street,
Americanswith Dis Courthouse Extension,
disabilities needing Crestview, Florida,
special accommoda- from:
tion to participate in wa Hardand
this proceeding should ELward B. Heard an
contact Court Adminls- wife, Laura L. Heard
tration at 1250 N. Eglin Apartment No. 208, In-
Parkway, Shalimar, FL let Reef Club Condo-
32579; telephone num minium, a condomin-
ber (850) 651-7497, uml according to the
prior to the proceeding, oef Condominium
08/26/09 thereof, recorded in Of-
09/02/09 ficial Records Book
/1 0r a 1 192 o( the


HILL GARDENS LOT
16 BLK 6
Parcel ID:
13-2S-24-1770-0006-
0160 Opening Bid:
$4,306.88
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 October
7, 2009.


Legal # 100824
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff, CA S E
NO.: 08-CA-46C
vs. DIVISION:
JOHN SCOTT BURKE,
et al,
Defendant(s).


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01l8/ol6/ sued tnereon. The cer-
Dated this 18th day of 09/02/09 tificate number and
August, 2009. 09/09/09 year of issuance, the
DON W. HOWARD name in which the
CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal#100817 property is assessed
CUIT COURTS and the description of
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPLICA- the property is as fol-
TION FOR TAX DEED lows:
08/19/09 TCertificate# 3422 of
08/26/09 2009 TD 000258 S 2007 Assessed to:
09/02/09 MARY LEE STRINGER
09/09/09 Notice is hereby given Description: NORTH






Wednesday, August 26, 2009


1103
Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, and.pursuant to
Survey Plot Plan and
Graphic Description of
Improvements re-
corded in Condomin-
ium Plat Book 2, pages
146 through 150 of the
Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, together with the
undivided interest in
the Common property
appurtenant thereto as
set out in the Declara-
tion in Official Records
Book 1184, Pages 496
through 604, of the
Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida.
Carroll E. Williams
Lot 7, Block E, Holiday
Isle Residential Section
No. 2, according to the
plat thereof as re-
corded in Plat Book 3,
page 57, of the Public
Records of Okaloosa
County, Florida
Glasgow Rentals, Inc.,
a Louisiana Corpora-
tion
Unit No. 211-N East
Pass Towers Condo-
minium, Phase I, ac-
cording, to the plat
thereof recorded in
Plat Book 5, page 82 of
the Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, together with a
1.42% undivided share
in the common ele-
ments appurtenant
thereto in accordance
with and subject to the
covenants, conditions,
restrictions, terms and
other provisions of the
Declaration of Condo-
minium of East Pass
Towers Condominium
Phase I and the sched-
ules annexed thereto
as recorded in Official
Records Book 1286
Page 1404 of the Pub-
lic Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida.
William E. Knight and
Janice S. Knight, hus-
band and wife
Lot 418 Block 7, Santa
Rosa Island Subdivi-
sion of Block 6 and 7
according to the plat
thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 2, pag6 168
of the Public Records
of Okaloosa County,
Florida.

Kennedy Lagoon Lot,
LLC, a Florida Limited
Partnership
Lot 93, Block E, Holi-
day Isle Residential
Section #4 according
to the plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book
4, Page 29 of the Pub-
lic Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida.
E. FRANK KEY
The Condominium 'Par-
cel known as Unit No.
301 of THE CLOISTER,
A condominium ac-
cording to the Declara-
tion of Condominium
thereof, recorded in Of-
"ficial Records Book
1228, Page 2-59, and
amended in Official
Records Book 1228,
pages 60-63 of the
Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, and the plat of
which condominium re-
corded in Condomin-
ium Plat Book 4, page
48-50, and
Codominium Plat Book
4, page 51, of the Pub-
lic Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida.
Prentiss A. Turman
and wife, Pamela
Turman
Unit 203, The Aegean
Condominium, a con-
dominium according to
the declaration of con-
dominium dated De-
cember 9. 1975
thereof, recorded in Of-
ficial Record Book 825
page 518 through 601
of the Public Records
of Okaloosa County,
Florida, and the plat of
which condominium re-
corded in Condomin-
ium Plat Book 1, Pages
124 through 132 of the
Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida together with an un-
divided share in the
common elements ap-
purtenant thereto in ac-
cordance with and sub-
ject to the covenants,
conditions, restrictions,
terms and other provi-
sions of the Declaration
of Condominium .

Destin Shores, LLC,
Unit No. 106 LaCasita
Condominium accord-
ing to plat book 2,
pages 145-146 of the
Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, together with a
1/24th undivided .share
in the common" ele-
ments appurtenant
thereto in accordance
with and subject to the
covenants, conditions,
restrictions, terms, and
other provisions of the
declaration of LaCasita
Condominium and the
schedules annexed
thereto, as recorded in
In OR Book 1149 page
1294 of the public rec-
ords of Okaloosa
County, Florida.
James D. Thurman,
Condominium Unit 203
East Pass Towers Con-
dominium Phase I, a
condominium, accord-
ing to the Declaration
of Condominium
thereof recorded in Of-
ficial Records Book
1286, page 1404
rerecorded in Official
Records Book 1390
page 1856, amended
in OR Book 1541, page


484, and -OR Book
1546 pages 188, of the
Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida; together with an
undivided interest in
the common elements
appurtenant thereto in
accordance with and
subject to the cove-
nants, conditions, re-
strictions and terms
and other provisions of
said declaration.


Bid Forms may be pro- Deceased. LEGAL#120324 WELLS FARGO BANK,
cured from Signet Land NA,
Title & Escrow, Inc. NOTICE TO CREDI- NOTICE OF APPLICA- Plaintiff,
4980 S. Ferdon Blvd, TORS TION FOR TAX DEED
Crestview, FL 32536 vs.
The administration of 20Q9 TD 000275 C
The Board reserves the the estate of LILLIAN TERESSA L.
right to reject any and LAVANDA MATHERS, Notice is hereby given SPRAGUE, et al,
all proposals and to deceased, is pending that Donald R. and Defendant(s).
waive minor irregulari- in the Circuit Court for Mary R. Gates, as hold-
ties I the proposals Okaloosa County, Flor- ers of the following cer- NOTICE OF RE-
submitted. ida, Probate Division, tificate, has filed said SCHEDULED FORE-
the address of which is certificate for a Tax CLOSURE SALE
OKALOOSA COUNTY 1250 North Eglin Park- Deed to be issued
BOARD OF way, Okaloosa County thereon. The certificate NOTICE IS HEREBY
COUNTY COMMIS- Courthouse , Annex, number and year of is- GIVEN pursuant to an
SIONERS Shalimar, Florida suance, the name in Order Rescheduling
32579. The names and which the property is Foreclosure Sale dated
BY: addresses of the Per- assessed and the de- August 12, 2009 and
William J. Roberts, III, sonal Representative scription of the prop- entered in Case NO.
Chairman and of the Personal erty is as follows: 46-2008-CA-1766 S of
Representative's attor- Certificate # 2153 of the Circuit Court of the
08/26/09 ney are set forth below. 2003 Assessed to: FIRST Judicial Circuit
09/02/09 All creditors of the de- DOROTHY & BILLY in and for OKALOOSA
cedent and other per- HEATH County, Florida
sons having claims or Description: COM NW wherein WELLS
demands against COR E3802.01 FT S70 FARGO BANK, NA, is
Legal #100828 decedent's estate, in- DEG E71.33 FT TO the Plaintiff and
cluding unmatured, POB S36 DEG W290 TERESSA L.
NOTICE OF SALE contingent or unliqui- FT S53 DEG E250 FT SPRAGUE; JAMES M.
FOR STORAGE dated claims, on whom N36 DEG E416.91 FT SPRAGUE; NAUTICAL
a copy of this notice is TO S R/W ALG R/W WAY CONDOMINIUM
HOUSEHOLD GOODS served, must file their 280.84 FT TO POB AS ASSOCIATION, INC.;
BELONGING TO THE claims with this Court OR are the Defendants, I
PARTIES NAMED BE- WITHIN THE LATER Parcel ID: will sell to the highest
LOW AND LISTED BY OF 3 MONTHS AFTER 01-2N-24-0000-0001-0 and best bidder for
UNIT NUMBER WILL THE DATE OF FIRST 130 Opening Bid: cash at IN FRONT OF
BE SOLD AT PUBLIC PUBLICATION OF $5,128.99 CLERK'S FRONT
SALE BY DAY'S THIS NOTICE OR 30 All of said property be- DOOR OF SHALIMAR
PAC-RAT MINI- STOR- DAYS AFTER THE ing in the County of ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
AGE AT THE DATE OF SERVICE OF Okaloosa, State of Flor- the 14 day of Septem-
MINI-STORAGE LO- A COPY OF THIS NO- ida. ber, 2009, the following
CATED AT 2510 S. TICE ON THEM. Unless the certificate is described property as
FERDON BLVD., All other creditors of redeemed according to set forth in said Final
CRESTVIEW, FLA, AT the decedent and other law, the property de- Judgment:
9:00 A.M., SEPTEM- persons having claims scribed in the certifi- UNIT NUMBER 101 OF
BER 17, 2009 UNLESS or demands against cate will be sold to the NAUTICAL WAY CON-
CHARGES ARE PAID decedent's estate, in- highest bidder in the DOMINIUM, ACCORD-
IN FULL BEFORE THE cluding unmatured, BCC Board Meeting ING TO THE PLAT
TIME OF SALE. contingent or unliqui- Room at the Okaloosa THEREOF AS RE-
dated claims, must file County Courthouse, CORDED IN CONDO-
NAME: WAYNE RADER their claims with the Crestview, Florida at MINIUM PLAT BOOK 3,
UNIT #76 Court WITHIN 3 10:00 a.m. on October AT PAGES 92-93, OF
MONTHS AFTER THE 7, 2009. THE PUBLIC REC-
08/26/09 DATE OF THE FIRST ORDS OF OKALOOSA
09/02/09 PUBLICATION OF Dated this 18th day of COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Legal #100829 THIS NOTICE. ALL August, 2009. TOGETHER WITH A
CLAIMS AND OBJEC- DON W. HOWARD 1/20 UNDIVIDED
NOTICE OF SALE TIONS NOT SO FILED CLERK OF THE CIR- SHARE IN THE COM-
FOR STORAGE WILL BE FOREVER CUlT COURTS MON ELEMENTS AP-
BARRED. By: Lisa L. Guia, DC P U R T E N ANT
HOUSEHOLD GOODS The date of first publi- THERETO IN AC-
BELONGING TO THE cation of this notice is 08/19/2009 CORDANCE WITH
PARTIES NAMED BE- August 19, 2009. 08/26/2009 AND SUBJECT TO
LOW AND LISTED BY 09/02/2009 COVENANTS CONDI-
UNIT NUMBER WILL PAMELA SUE 09/09/2009 TIONS, RESTRIC-
BE SOLD AT PUBLIC MCGHEE Personal TIONS, TERMS AND
SALE BY DAYS' Representative 1501 N. OTHER PROVISIONS
P A C - R A T Partin Drive #158 LEGAL#120325 OF DECLARATION OF
MINI-STORAGE AT Niceville, Florida 32578 NOTICE OF APPLICA- CONDOMINIUM OF
THE MINI-STORAGE A NAUTICAL WAY CON-
LOCATED AT 2510 S. MICHAEL A. JONES, TION FOR TAX DEED OMINIUM AND THE
FERDON BLVD., ESQ. POST OFFICE SCHEDULES AN-
CRESTVIEW, FLA AT BOX 947 NICEVILLE, 2009 TD 000274 C NEED THERETO AS
9:00 AM., SEPTEM FL 32588-0947 RECORDED IN OFFI-
BER 17, 2009 UNLESS (850)729-7440 Florida Notice is hereby given CIAL RECORDS BOOK
CHARGES ARE PAID Bar No. 332471 Attor- that Gulf Group Hold- 1192, AT PAGES
IN FULL BEFORE THE ney for Personal Repre- ngs, as holder of the 1705-1749 OF THE
TIME OF SALE. sentative holowi certificate, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
TIME OF SALE. hasfile said certificate OKALOOSA COUNTY,
NAME: BETH LAFATA 8/19/2009 for a Tax Deed to be is- FLORIDA.
ANIT# 80 A 8/26/2009 sued thereon. The cer-
UNIT#80 8/26/2009 tificate number and A/K/A 101 GULFWINDS
08/26/09LEGAL#120322 year of issuance, the COURT UNIT 101,
08/26/09 name in which the DESTIN, FL 32550
09/02/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- property is assessed
LEGAL#120317 ' TION.FOR TAX DEED and the description of Any person claiming an
the property is as fol- interest in the surplus
IN THE CIRCUIT 2009 TD 000277 C lows: #from the sale, if any,
COURT OFTHE Certificate # 1024 of other than the property
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Notice is hereby given 2007 Assessed to: RE- owner as of the date of
CUIT, IN AND FOR that Diana Van GINA D & CHARLES D the Lis Pendens must
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Oeveren, as holder of HENSON file a claim within sixty
FLORIDA CASE the following certificate, Description: RESUB (60) days after the sale.
NO:2009CP000839C has filed said certificate BLK 18. OAKDALE MIN WITNESS MY HAND
for a Tax Deed to be is- FARMS LOT 30 BLK 2 and the seal of this
IN RE: ESTATE OF sued thereon. The cer- Parcel ID: Court on August 13,,
EWELL HENRY tificate number and 04-3N-23-1846-0002-0 2009.
JONES, year of issuance, the 300 Opening Bid:
Deceased, name in which the $48,218.92 Don W Howard
property is assessed All of said property be- Clerk of the Circuit
NOTICE TO CREDI- and the description of ing in the County of Court
TORS the property is as fol- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
lows: ida. By:VickiJackson
The administration of Certificate # 1211 of Unless the certificate is Deputy Clerk
the estate of Ewell 2003 Assessed to: E Z redeemed according to
Henry Jones deceased, SENTERFITT (HEIRS law, the property de- Florida Default Law
whose date of death OF) scribed in the certifi- Group PL.
was May 20, 2009, is Description: EDNEYS cate will be sold to the RO Box 25018
pending in the Circuit 2ND ADD LOT 7 BLK 6 highest bidder in the Tarpa, Florida
Court for Okaloosa Parcel ID: BCC Board Meeting 33622-5018
County, Florida, Pro- 08-3N-23-0742-0006-0 Room at the Okaloosa
bate Division, File No. 070 Opening Bid: County Courthouse, IMPORTANT
2009-CP-000839C, the $5,738.38 Crestview, Florida at In accordance with the
address of which is 101 All of said property be- 10:00 a.m. on October Americans with Disa-
James Lee Boulevard ing in the County of 7, 2009. abilities Act, persons
East, Crestview, Florida Okaloosa, State of Flor- with disabilities need-
32536. The personal ida. Dated this 18th day of ng special accommo-
representative's and the Unless the certificate is August, 2009. dation to participate in
p e r s o n a I redeemed according to DON W. HOWARD this proceeding should
representative's attor- law, the property de- CLERK OF THE CIR- contact Court Adminis-
ney names and ad- scribed in the certifi- CUIT COURTS tration at 101 James
dresses are set forth cate will be sold to the By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Lee Boulevard East,
below. highest bidder in the Crestview, FL,
All creditors of the de- BCC Board Meeting 08/19/2009 32536-3515; telephone
cedent and other per- Room at the Okaloosa 08/26/2009 number (850)
sons having claims or County Courthouse, 09/02/2009 689-5000, Extension
demands against Crestview, Florida at 09/09/2009 7497, prior to the pro-
decedent's estate on 10:00 a.m. on October -- feeding. or Shalimar
whom a copy of this 7,2009. LEGAL#120326 (89) 651-7497 ,
notice is required to be
served must file their Dated this 18th day of NOTICE OF APPLICA- IMPORTANT
claims with this court August, 2009. TION FOR TAX DEED In accordance with the
WITHIN THE LATER DON W. HOWARD Americans with Disa-
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER CLERK OF THE CIR- 2009 TD 000273 S abilities Act, persons
THE TIME OF THE CUIT COURTS with disabilities need-
FIRST PUBLICATION By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Notice is hereby given ing special accommo-
OF THIS NOTICE OR that Gulf Group Hold- nation to participate in
30 DAYS AFTER THE 08/19/2009 ings, as holder of the this proceeding should
TIME OF SERVICE OF 08/26/2009 following certificate, contact Court Adminis-
A COPY OF THIS NO- 09/02/2009 has filed said certificate tration at 1250 N. Eglin
TICE ON THEM. 09/09/2009 for a Tax Deed to be is- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
All other creditors of LEGAL#120323. sued thereon. The cer- 32579; telephone num-
the decedent and other tificate number and ber (850) 651-7497,
persons having claims NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the prior to the proceeding.
or demands against TION FOR TAX DEED name in which the
decedent's -estate must property is assessed 8/26/2009
file their claims with this 2009 TD 000276 C and the description of 9/2/2009
court WITHIN 3 the property is as fol-
MONTHS AFTER THE the pr ty is as fol-
MONTHS AFTER THE Notice is hereby given lows:
PUBDATEATIOE F that Donald R. and Certificate # 300 of LEGAL#120327
TPUBICAS NOTION ALLOF Mary R. Gates, as hold- 2007 Assessed to:
II TH TIMED P tificate, has filed said E WAGNER TION FOR TAX DEED
WITHIN THE TIME PE- certificate for a Tax Description: KELLYS
RIODS SET FORI RTH IN Deed to be issued 3RD ADD DESTINY LOT 2009 TD 000271 S
THE FLORIDA STAT- thereon. The certificate 7 BLK 11
UTESW BE FOR- number and year of is- Parcel ID: Notice is hereby given
NOTWITHSTANDING suance, the name in 00-2S-22-1361-0011-0 that Gulf Group Hold-
THE TIME PERIODS which the property is 070 Opening Bid: wings, as holder of the
SET FORTH, AOVE, assessed and the de- $9,627.51 following certificate,
ANY CLAIM FILED scription of the prop- All of said property be- has filed said certificate
ATWNY YCARS FOL erty is as follows: ing in the County of for a Tax Deed to be is-
TWO(2) YEARS OR Certificate # 1508 of Okaloosa, State of Flor- sued thereon. The cer-
MORE AFTER THE 2003 Assessed to: ida. tificate number and
DECEDENT'S DATE OF RUTH A OWENS Unless the certificate is year of issuance, the
DEATH S BARRED. Description: ' BEG NE redeemed according to name in which the
The date of first publi- COR NE1/4 OF SW1/4 law, the property de- property is assessed
cation of this notice is W300 FT FOR BEG scribed in the certifi- and the description of
August 19, 2009. S295 FT W74 FT N295 cate will be sold to the the property is as fol-
SFT E74 FT TO BEG highest bidder in the lows:
EWELL E JONES 720/786 BCC Board Meeting Certificate # .635 of
399 Harrison Drive Parcel ID: Room at the Okaloosa 2007 Assessed to:
DeFuniak Springs, Flor- 20-3N-23-0000-0155-0 County Courthouse, GREGORY & DEBERA
ida 32433 PERSONAL 010 Opening Bid: Crestview, Florida at O'DELL
REPRESENTATIVE $1,788.16 10:00 a.m. on October Description: HOLIDAY
GLLS E. POWELL JR All of said property be- 7, 2009. ISLE LOT 35 BLK E
GILLIS E. POWELL, JR. ing in the County of 886/56
FLORIDA BAR Okaloosa, State of Flor- Dated this 18th day of Parcel ID:
NO:183427 POWELL, ida. August, 2009. 00-2S-24-2186-000E-0
POWELL & POWELL Unless the certificate is DON W. HOWARD 350 Opening Bid:
Post Office Box 277 redeemed according to CLERK OF THE CIR- $208,046.94
Crestview, 68Florida law, the property de- CUT COURTS All of said property be-
32536 (850)682-2757 scribed in the certifi- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC ing in the County of
Attorneys for personal cate will be sold to the Okaloosa, State of Flor-
representative highest bidder in the 08/19/2009 ida.
8-19-09 BCC Board Meeting 08/26/2009 Unless the certificate is
8-19-09 Room at the Okaloosa 09/02/2009 redeemed according to
8-26-09 County Courthouse, 09/09/2009 law, the property de-
Crestview, Florida at scribed in the certifi-


LEGAL#120321 10:00 a.m. on October LEGAL#120327 cate will be sold to the
7,2009. highest bidder in the
IN THE CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT BCC Board Meeting
COURT OF THE Dated this 18th day of COURT OF THE Room at the Okaloosa
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- August, 2009. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- County Courthouse,
CUIT, IN AND FOR DON W. HOWARD CU,IT Crestview, Florida at
OKALOOSA COUNTY, CLERK OF THE CIR- IN AND FOR 10:00 a.m. on October
FLORIDA. CASE CUIT COURTS OKALOOSA COUNTY, 7,2009.
NO:09CP740 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE Dated this 18th day'of
IN RE: ESTATE OF: 08/19/2009 NO:462008CA1766S August, 2009.
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: Lisa L. Guia, DC
'19/2009
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'02/2009
'09/2009

GAL#120328
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
RST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
KALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IVIL ACTION CASE
IO:2008CA000468C
FILE NO:F08002255

-UTSCHE BANK NA-
)NAL TRUST COM-
NY AS TRUSTEE
iR HARBORVIEW
07-4,
lintiff,


HN BURKE, et al,
fendant(s). *
)TICE OF RE-
:HEDULED FORE-
OSURE SALE
)TICE IS HEREBY
/EN pursuant to an
der Rescheduling
reclosure Sale dated
gust 13, 2009 and
tered in Case NO.
08 CA 000468 C of
SCircuit Court of the
1ST Judicial Circuit
and for OKALOOSA
unty, Florida
erein DEUTSCHE
NK NATIONAL
UST COMPANY AS
USTEE FOR HAR-
)RVIEW 2007-4, is
SPlaintiff and JOHN
RKE; ANY AND ALL
KNOWN PARTIES
AIMING BY,
ROUGH, UNDER,
D AGAINST THE
REIN NAMED INDI-
)UAL DEFEND-
T(S) WHO ARE NOT
OWN TO BE DEAD
I ALIVE, WHETHER
ID 'UNKNOWN PAR-
ES MAY CLAIM AN
TEREST AS
HOUSE, HEIRS, .DE-
SEES, GRANTEES,
I OTHER CLAIM-
TS; MORTGAGE
ECTRONIC REGIS-
ATION SYSTEMS,
C AS NOMINEE FOR
-LDSTONE MORT-
,GE COMPANY; are
Defendants, I will
I to the highest and
st bidder for cash at
IESTVIEW: IN
ONT OF THE
ERK'S FRONT
)OR OF THE
'ALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
OOAM, on the 22 day
September, 2009,
Following described
iperty as set forth in
d Final Judgment:
TS 8, BLOCK 4,
.KDALE MINIATURE
A R M S
SUBDIVISION OF
TS 14 AND 15,
OCK 13, ACCORD-
G TO THE MAP OR
AT THEREOF AS
CORDED IN PLAT
IOK 2, PAGE 119,
BLIC RECORDS OF
'ALOOSA COUNTY,
ORIDA
K/A 1037 VALLEY
IAD, CRESTVIEW,
32539
y person claiming an
rest in the surplus
m the sale, if any,
her than the property
ner as of the date of
Lis Pendens must
a claim within sixty
i) days after the sale.
TNESS MY HAND
d the seal of this
urt on August 17,
)9.
n W. Howard
erk of the Circuit
urt
:Vicki Jackson
puty Clerk
orida Default Law
cup, PL.
I. Box 25018
m 0pa, Florida
322-5018
PORTANT
accordance with the
lericans with Disabil-
s Act, persons with
abilities needing
ecial accommoda-
n to participate in
s proceeding should
intact Court Adminis-
tion at 101 James
a Boulevard East,
estview, FL,
536-3515; telephone
mber . (850)
9-5000, Extension'
37, prior to the pro-
eding. or Shalimar
iO) 651-7497

PORTANT
accordance with the
lericans with Disabil-
s Act, persons with
abilities needing
ecial accommoda-
n to participate in
s proceeding should
ntact Court Adminis-
tion at 1250 N. Eglin
rkway, Shalimar, FL,
579; telephone num-
r (850) 651-7497,
or to the proceeding.
26/2009
i/2009

GAL#120328
)TICE OF APPLICA-
)N FOR TAX DEED
09 TD 000270 S

twice is hereby given
it Gulf Group Hold-
Is, as holder of the
lowing certificate,
s filed said certificate
a Tax Deed to be is-
ad thereon: The cer-
cate number and
ar of issuance, the
me in which the


_----1,10.3,_
00-2S-22-0703-0000-0
5CO Opening Bid:
$23,148.51
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 October
7,2009.
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/2009
08/26/2009
09/02/2009
09/09/2009

LEGAL#120329
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Fl ORIDA


.Lv ..... NICUI E O.Fr APLrrI.I,-
CIVIL ACTION CASE CHRISTOPHER WTON FOR TAX DEED
NO:2007CA006012S BARNES, et al,
FILE NO:F07063876 Defendant(s). 2009 TD 000267 S
CHASE HOME Fl- NOTICE OF RE- s hereby given
NANCE LLC, SCHEDULED FORE- Notice is hereby given
Plaintiff, CLOSURE SALE that Gulf Group Hold-
Plaintiff, ings, as holder of the
NOTICE IS HEREBY following certificate,
vs. GI urun n has filed said certificate
GIVEN pursuant to an for a Tax Deed to be is-
LISA M. DELLAMANO, Order Rescheduling fr a Tx reon. Th er-
et al, Foreclosure Sale dated e thereon. The
August 13, 2009 and tificate number and
Defendantss. entered in Case NO. year of issuance, the
2007 CA 005068 C of name in which the
NOTICE OF RE- the Circuit Court of the property is assessed
SCHEDULED FORE- FIRST Judicial Circuit and the description o
CLOSURE SALE F in and for OKALOOSA the property is as fol-
County, Florida ificate # 26 of
NOTICE IS HEREBY wherein CHASE HOME ificate # 2666o
GIVEN pursuant to an FINANCE LLC, is the RICHARD & FRAN-
'Order Rescheduling Plaintiff and CHRISTO- CES L DINKEL
Foreclosure Sale dated PHER W. BARNE Descrition: LAKESIDE
August 13, 2009 and DAWN M. BARNES; CONDO AT B/B UNIT
entered in Case NO. are the Defendants, I WCONDESTLAKE
2007 CA 006012 S of will sell to the highest Parcel ID:
the Circuit Court of the and best bidder for 22-1S-22-281B-OW-
FIRST Judicial Circuit cash at CRESTVIEW: 0305 Opening Bid:
in and for OKALOOSA IN FRONT OF THE 03.015pening Bid:
County, Florida CLERK'S FRONT $5,803.01
wherein CHASE HOME DOOR OF THE All of said property be-
wherein CHASE HOME g^'Q& COU NTY ing in the County of
FINANCE LLC, is the OKALOOSA COUNTY Oloosa State of Flor-
Plaintiff and LISA M. COURTHOUSE at ida.
DELLAMANO; are the 1 :00AM, on the 22 day Unless the certificate is
Defendants, I will sell to of September, 2009,
the highest and best the following described redeemed according to
bidder for cash at property as set forth in law, te Pperty e-
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT said Final Judgment cate will be sold to the
OF CLERK'S FRONT BEGIN 15 FEET i b nthe
DOOR OF SHALIMAR SOUTH AND 30 FEET h est bidder Min the
ANNEX'at 11:00AM, on EAST OF NORTH-Room at the Okaloosa
the 22nd day of Sep- WEST CORNER OF Room at the Okaloosa
member, 2009, the fol- SOUTHWEST QUAR- C tyew, Courthouse
lowing described prop- TER OF SOUTHWEST 1000iew, Florida atober
erty as set forth in said QUARTER OF SEC- 7, 200a9.
Final Judgment: TION 9, TOWNSHIP 3 7,2009.
LOT 1, BLOCK 3, NORTH, RANGE 23 t
VESTA HEIGHTS AC- WEST, OKALOOSA Dated this 18th day of2009.
CORDING TO THE COUNTY, FLORIDA, ANt,W. HOWARD
PLAT THEREOF AS .THENCE SOUTH 110CLERK OF THE CIR-
RECORDED IN PLAT FEET, THENCE EAST CUIT COURTS
BOOK 2, PAGE 86 OF TO WEST RIGHT OFBy: Lisa L. Guia DCTS
THE PUBLIC REC- WAY LINE OFLONG, B: Lisa L. Gua, DC
WORDS OF OKALOOSA STREET, THENCE 08/19/2009
COUNTY, FLORIDA. NORTHERLY ALONG 08/26/2009
A/K/A. 104 LONDON WEST RIGHT OF WAY 09/02/2009
AVENUE NW, FORT LINE OF LONG09/0/2009
WALTON BEACH, FL STREET TO A POINT 09/09/2009
32548000 EAST OF BEGINNING, LEGAL#120332
Any person claiming an THENCE WEST TO
interest in the surplus POINT OF BEGINN- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
from the sale, if any, ING. TION FOR TAX DEED
other than the property A/K/A 622 LONG
owner as of the date of DRIVE, CRESTVIEW, 2009 TD 000266 C
the Lis Pendens must FL 325390000
file a claim within sixty Any person claiming an, Notice is hereby given
(60) days after the sale. interest in the surplus that Gulf Group Hold-
WITNESS MY HAND from the sale, if any, ings, as holder of the
and the seal of this other than the property following certificate,
Court on ,2009. owner as of the date of has filed said certificate
the Lis Pendens must for a Tax Deed to be is-
Don W. Howard file a claim within sixty sued thereon. The cer-
Clerk of the Circuit (60) days afterthesale. tificate number and
Court WITNESS MY HAND year of issuance, the
and the seal of this name in which the
By:K. Brown Court on August 17, property is assessed
Deputy Clerk 2009. and the description of
the property is as fol-
Florida Default Law Don W. Howard lows:
Group, RL. Clerk of the Circuit Certificate # 3369 of
RO. Box 25018 Court 2007 Assessed to:
Tampa, Florida HAROLD W & NANCY
33622-5018 By:K. Brown K OLLIFF
SDeputy Clerk Description: HILLTOP
IMPORTANT ACRES-LOT 17 & W5
In accordance with the Florida Default Law FT LOT 19 BLK 3
Americans with Disa- Group, L. Parcel ID:
abilities Act, persons PO. Box 25018 35-4N-23-1160-0003-0
with disabilities need- Tampa, Florida 180 Opening Bid:
ing special accommo- 33622-5018 $6,045.29
nation to participate in All of said property be-
this proceeding should IMPORTANT ing in the County of
contact Court Adminis- In accordance withtthe Okaloosa, State of Flor-
tration at 10T James Americans with Disabil- ida:
Lee Boulevard East, cities Act, persons with Unless the certificate is
Crestview, FL, disabilities needing redeemed according to
32536-3515; telephone special accommoda- law, the property de-
number (850) tion to participate in scribed in the certifi-
689-5000, Extension this proceeding should cate will be sold to the
7497, prior to the pro- contact Court Adminis- highest bidder -in the
feeding. or Shalimar traction at 101 James BCC Board Meeting
(850) 651-7497 Lee Boulevard East, Room at the Okaloosa
Crestview, FL, County , Courthouse,
IMPORTANT 32536-3515; telephone Crestview,' Florida at
In accordance with the number (850) 10:00 A.m. on October
Americans with Disa- 689-5000, Extension 7,2009.
abilities Act, persons 7497, prior to the pro-
with disabilities need- feeding. or Shalimar Dated this 18th day of
ing special accommo- (850) 651-7497 August, 2009.
nation to participate in DON W. HOWARD
this proceeding should IMPORTANT CLERK OF THE CIR-
contact Court Adminis- In accordance with the CUIT COURTS
tration at 1250 N. Eglin Americans with Disabil- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, cities Act, persons with
32579; telephone num- disabilities needing 08/19/2009
ber (850) 651-7497, special accommoda- 08/26/2009
prior to the proceeding, tion to participate in 09/02/2009
this proceeding should 09/09/2009
8/26/2009 contact Court Adminis-
9/2/2009 traction at 1250 N. EglinEGAL#120332
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-Notice f Pub Sale
LEGAL#120329 ber (850) 651-7497, Pursuant to ch 713.585
prior to the proceeding. Pursuant to ch 713.585
NOTICE OF APPLICA- rior to the proceeding. 6) 85.09 f.s.,, Donna
TION FOR TAX DEED 8/26/2009 aiazzo, as authorized
Q9/2/2009Title Specialist for
2009 TD 000269 S 9/2/Hollmath, Inc. dba
LEGAL#120330 AAMCO, will sell to the
Notice is hereby given highest bidder for cash
that Gulf Group Hold- NOTICE OF APPLICA- in hand, subject to any
ings, as holder of the TION FOR TAX DEED liens; net proceeds, de-
following certificate, posited w/clerk of court
has filed said certificate 2009 TD 000268 C per 713.585;
for a Tax Deed to be is- , owner/lienholders right
sued thereon. The cer- Notice is hereby given to a hearing prior to
tificate number and that Gulf Group Hold- sale date per
year of issuance, the wings, as holder of the 713.585(6) 85.09 f.s.; to
name in which the following certificate, post bond per 559.917
property is assessed has filed said certificate f.s.; owner may redeem
and the description of for a Tax Deed to be is- vehicle for cash sum of
the property is as fol- sued thereon. The cer- lien; all sales held
lows: tificate number and w/reserve; inspect 1 wk
Certificate # 1639 of year of issuance, the pnor @ lienor facility;
2007 Assessed to: name in which the cash only; anyone in-
LEMUEL K & CHERYL property is assessed terested call
E FINLEY and the description of 850-665-2595 or
Description: WHISPER- the property is as fol- 292-2911; Sale date
ING PINES LOT 8 BLK lows: 9-14-09 @ 1p.m. @104
2 978/271 HA=1/2 Certificate # 3100 of E. Nine Mile Rd., Pen-
LEMUEL K 2007 Assessed 'to: sacola, FL32534:
Parcel ID: ALBICH HOLDINGS 1997 Ford
11-2S-24-265A-0002-0 INC VIN:1FTDX1722VNC93
080 Opening Bid: Description: BEG SW 579 lien amt. $1,195.94
$32,750.22 COR LOT 20 3RD ADD for labor/Services and
All of said property be- TO NORTHVIEW ES- storage charges.
ing in the County of TATES S87 DEG Lienor: Hollmath, Inc.
Okaloosa, State of Flor- E545.12 FT TO E SEC dba AAMCO, 59 Eglin
ida. LINE S ALGLING Pky, NE, Ft. Walton
Unless the certificate Is 499.94 FT TO N R/W Beach, FL 32548, ph.
redeemed according to PJADAMS PKWY N87 850-244-1319
law, the property de- DEG W ALG R/W 398.4
08/26/09


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 October
7, 2009.
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/2009
08/26/2009
09/02/2009
09/09/2009

LEGAL#120330
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:2007CA005068C
FILE NO:F07047703
CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,


FT TO E R/W VIL-
LACREST DR THC ALG
CRV NLY 39.78 FT N12
DEG W484.14 FT THC
ALG CRV 7.75 FT TO
POB
Parcel ID:
31-3N-23-0000-0002-0
02B Opening Bid:
$20,116.01
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 October
7, 2009.
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC

08/19/2009
08/26/2009
09/02/2009
09/09/2009
LEGAL#120331
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105 FT N146.53 FT TO
NOTICE OF APPLICA- N LINE LOT 2 WLY
TION FOR TAX DEED ALG LINE 17.1 FT TO
POB
2009 TD 000265 C Parcel ID:
16-2S-25-0350-0005-0
Notice is hereby given 020 Opening Bid:
that Gulf Group Hold- $8,683.17
ings, as holder of the All of said property be-
following certificate, ing in the County of
has filed said certificate Okaloosa, State of Flor-
for a Tax Deed to be is- ida.
sued thereon. The cer- Unless the certificate is
tificate number and redeemed according to
year of issuance, the law, the property de-
name in' which the scribed in the certifi-
property is assessed cate will be sold to the
and the description of highest bidder in the
the property is as fol- BCC Board Meeting
lows: - Room at the Okaloosa
Certificate # 3421 of County Courthouse,
2007 Assessed to: M J Crestview, Florida at
LEE ESTATE 10:00 a.m. on October
Description: S1/2 OF 7,2009.
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 &
N1/2 OF NE1/4 OF Dated this 18th day of
SE1/4 August, 2009.
Parcel ID: DON W. HOWARD
36-6N-24-0000-0004-0 CLERK OF THE CIR-
000 Opening Bid: CUlT COURTS
$9,985.36 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
All of said property be-
ing in the County of 08/19/2009
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 08/26/2009
ida. 09/02/2009
Unless the certificate is 09/09/2009
redeemed according to
law, the property de----
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting 1110
Room at the Okaloosa ...
County Courthouse aAdvertise in Over 100
Crestview, Florida at Papers One Call - One
10:00 a.m. on October Order - One Payment
7 2009. Advertising Networks of
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Dated this 18th day of for Youl (866)742-1373
August, 2009. www.national-
DON W. HOWARD classifieds.com,
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By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/2009
08/26/2009
09/02/2009 1150 |
09/09/2009 White Male 5'9" 175
70's Retired. Searching
LEGAL#120334 for a white lady 5'5"
slender weight,
NOTICE'OF APPLICA- 100-125, 62 to early
TION FOR TAX DEED 70's. Write RLB PO Box
876, Crestview, Fla.
2009 TD 000263 C 32536 or call
850-689-8038
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold- -- -.
ings, as holder of the
following certificate, -t. ,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. Thd cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the '
property is assessed PETS & ANIMALS
and the description of
the property is as fol- 2100-Pets.
lows: 2110 - Pets: Free to
Certificate # 2156 of Good Home
2007 Assessed to: 2120 - Pet Supplies
2007 Assessed to: 2130 - Farm Animals/
BRYAN M. KEMPSKI Supplies
Supplies
Description: LOT 17 2140- Pets/Livestock
BLK A DEER SPGS Wanted
UNREC: COM NE COR 2150-Pet Memorials
OF S1/2 W2065 FT S21
DEG E878.39 FT TO
POB S21, DEG E340 FT -
S68 DEG W632.48 FT
N21 DEG W340 FT N68 2120
DEG E632.48 FT TO
POB 1038/857 All NEW Happy Jack
Parcel ID: Xylecide: Anti-Fungal
16-3N-22-0000-0001-0 shmapoo for dogs &
200 Opening Bid: horses prevents ring-
$2,580.07 worms and bacterial
All of said property be- skin infection without
ing in the County of s t e r o i d s !
Okaloosa, State of Flor- OKALOOSA GRAIN
ida. FEED STORE
Unless the certificate is 6 8 2 - 9 3 3 3
redeemed according to www.happyjack
law, the property de- inc.com
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the . -
BCC Board Meeting ;-
Room at the Okaloosa ,4!
County Courthouse, ~t ts I
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009.
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009. 1 " HAD
DON W. HOWARD 3100-Antiques
CLERK OF THE CIR- 3110-Appliances
CUIT COURTS 3120 -Arts & Crafts
By: Usa L. Guia, DC 3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
08/19/2009 3150 - Building Supplies
08/26/2009 3160 - Business
09/02/2009 Equipment
3170 -Collectibles
09/09/2009 3180 -Computers
3190- Electronics
LEGAL#120335 3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
TION FOR TAX DEED 3240- Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
2009 TD 000262 S 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Notice is hereby given Equipment
that Gulf Group Hold- 3290 - Medical Equipment
ings, as holder of the 3300- Miscellaneous
following certificate, 3310 Musicallnstruments
has filed said certificate 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
for a Tax Deed to be is- Su333 ppies
sued thereon. The cEr 330L- Restaurant/Hotel
St T c- 3340 - Sporting Goods
tificate number and 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol- 3100
lowsr:ic 2-- o ANTIQUES - Clock Re-
Certificate # 2141 of pair: Grandfathers,
2007 Assessed M: Mantels, Cuckoo, Any
CJ FOOD MARTS INC Type of Clocks -211 N.
Description: CASA Main St. Call 689-1.007
LOMA S/D BEG NE
COR LOT 3 S87 DEG Buying gold & silver
W ALG LOT LINE 90.48 coins. Best Prices. Also
FT S2 DEG E146.53 FT coins to sell call for an
TO N R/W US HWY 98 a 2 76
app. 240-2786. ,


Metal Roofing. 40 yr
Warranty-Buy direct
from manufacturer
30/colors in stock, wall
accessories. Quick turn
around. Delivery availa-
ble. Gulf Coast Supply
& Mfg, (888)393-0335
www.GulfCoastSupply.
comn






NEW TiOAY
$785 Leather Sofa &
Loveseat set, new in
box. Lifetime warr. Can
deliver. 850-471-0330


NEW iOINAY

All new Pillowtop Mat-
tress Queen/box spring
Fact. warr. $169 Can
deliver. 850-471-0330.
DEN/HOME OFFICE
FURNITURE FOR
SALE!
Library wall, cherry fin-
ish, consists of (2)
6'x30"x12" end units,
and (3) 30"x30"x12".
middle units, all with
doors w/acrylic panes,
$150. (new was over
$550.) Large desk,
cherry finish,
5'x30"x30", with key-
board tray & matching
2'-8" tall hutch and file
cabinet, $50. (new was
$225.) Lane-brand
loveseat w/pull-out sin-
gle bed, practically
new, outdoors motif
fabric, $150. 2 Heavy,
solid-construction CD
or DVD shelves, 24"x5',
oak finish, $10 ea.
($40. ea. new) Call
682-8750


NEW unlAY
King Mattress and 2 pc
box set. New, in plastic
Pillowtop. $225. 850
471-0330 Can deliver


NEW r1A"Y
Mattress and Box Set,
Full Size Still sealed
from factory, new,
$129. 850 471-0330

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L 3240 __ -- 4100 -

Gun Show
Pensacola Live-In Female com-
panion needed for
Fairgrounds older female. Must
Aug. 29 & 30 clean, cook at least
*Sat. 9-5 1 meal a day! Room
Sat. 9- and board plus
*Sun. 10-4 some compensa-
Free Parking tion. References
needed! Crestview
(407) area Fax or email
275-7233 info: (850)398-8065
floridagunshows.com



3250
GREEN & BOILED E TODA
PEANUTS., itW
HOLLAND FARMS.
1-877-675-6876 Other

SExperienced
Grant Writer
3300 Shoes for God's Chil-
2 Plots located in the dren, Inc. in Crestview,
front part of Liveoak. FL. Is seeking a volun-
Cemetery .call teer exp'd Grant Writer
850-675-6491 Iv. mesg. to write a proposal for a
Airlines are hiring - new Food Bank. Please
Train for high paying contact Willie at
Aviation Maintenance 850-398-8696 or visit
Career. FAA approved shoesforgodschildren.org
program. Financial aid
if qualified - Housing -
available. Call Aviation
Institute of Mainte- Stylist - needed for sa-
nance (888)349-5387. Ion in Crestview.
AMF 398-3609
Playmaster 8'
slate Pool Table
Black finish w/red felt,
exc. condition.. Acces- Twin Hills Learning
series include sticks, Center Now taking en-
balls, wall rack, & more rollment for Free VPK.
$600. Call 226-6754 Call 689-1663
Attend College Online
from Home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Accounting, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid 4130
if qualified. Call
(866)858-2121,
www.CenturaOnline. PTL OTR Drivers. New
com. Pay Package! Great Mi-
les! Up to 46cpm. 12
' . months experience re-
- quired. No felony or
DUI past 5 years.
(877)740-6262.
www.ptl-inc.com


MPLOMNT RV delivery drivers
4100- Help Wanted needed. Deliver RVs,
4110- Restaurants/Clubs boats and trucks for
4120-Sales Pay! Deliver to all 48
4130- Employment states and CN. For de-
Informatlon tails log on to
www.RVdeliveryjobs.
comr
4100


S 3230 Bldg/Const/Skill
Baker e Trade -
Yard Sale -.~
Sat 8am - Heavy
6397 Hwy 4 W Equipment
Furniture, tools, glass- Operator
ware, clothes, & more! Site Work Contractor
537-3064 needs Heavy Equip-
Crestview ment Operators
YARD SALE! w/asphalt experience. lUSNESS FINANCIA
Aug. 29, 73am-lpm, 5 Pay dependent on
Ponce de Leon Rd.(Off experience. Applica- 5100- Business
Stions available at Opportunities
hwy90east) crestviewsite.com or 5110- Moneyto Lend
Crestview call 850-689-8881.
Moving Driver Trainees
126 Sandstone Needed Now at Wer-
Trail. ner Enterprises! Earn _777
Friday only, up to $700. per WeekF 7100
after training. Great
8-Noon. from Hwy 85, Benefits! No Experi- ndin
E on Redstone, rt on ence needed! Local All Cash Vending! Do
Limestone, rt on Sand- 15-da CDL Training you earn $800 in a
stone. Amana bottom available With TDI day? 25 Local Ma-
frzr white refrig $500, 1-877-2114-3624 chines and Candy
din set, chests, drapes, -$9,995. (888)629-9968
pto set,tools, misc Food Srvc/Hospitality B02000033 Call Us:
We will not be under-
Crestview Grill Cooks sold! .
Multi-Family for Cracker Barrel of --
Yard Sale Crestview. All shifts
Sat. Aug 29,8am-noon, 682-8804 Apply any- /
3287 Airport Rd. Furni- time. EOE- -
ture, kids clothes, & Landreth Farms,
appl. RAIN DATE 9/12 Vardaman MS. is now
taking applications for
Crestview seasonal work for the
Yard Sale period of 09/01/2009 ESTATE FR RET
Sat. Aug. 29, thru 11/15/2009. The
8am-12pm, 101 Win- number of openings for 6100- Business/
chester Way. Large temporary workers is Commercial
clothes, shoes purses, 30. Workers will harvest 6110-Apartments
misc items, lots of stuff, sweet potatoes by 6120- BeachRentals
gather from rows, sort 6130- Condo/Townhouse
Niceville by size and quality, 610- oommste wanted
N arl place in a 4/5 bucket 610- Rooms forRent
Garage and carry to trailers. 6170- MobileHome/Lot
Sale Work will be from 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
7:00a.m. to 3:30p.m. 6190- Timeshare Rentals
TO Benefit Monday thru Friday. 200- Vacation Rentals
Covenant The salary is $7.25 or
Co enant $.40 per 4/5 bucket
HoSpiCe whichever is greater.
The employer guaran-
Fri & Sat tees that 3/4 of the em- 6100
8am - 1pm ployment term will be 6
th aid. All work tools will
1419 29th St be provided at no cost.
Includes new Hallow- Transportation and Crestview
een costumes, new subsistence costs will Office Space
Christmas items, be paid by the em- Executive Offices in
furniture, books, etc. ployer upon 50% comn- McClain, Office Plaza
Bargains pletion of the contract.' on Hwy 85. Only 6
Galore! ree housing is pro- units left Rate in-
Allproceedso vided to workers who eludes ALL utilities,
ben proeeds to cannot reasonably re- high speed internet,
beef nonfnded turn to their permanent comnibn area main-
Hospice programs residence at the end of tainance and daily
the work day. Apply at cleaning. 682-0791
the nearest job service
J jand or fax applications
to Jane Smith @
-- 0 601-321-5429 or fax re-
30-06 rifle w. scope. sumes to LANDRETH Crestview Retail space
$250. call FARMS 662-682-9686 on John King Rd in
850-217-4085 Job#2700 Southgate Plaza. Un-
furnished unit $625.
Furnished (plush) of-
fice, $825. Ready to
move inl 850 651-9900
T Ask to spea kto Buddy,
The Wireless Co. is a Byron, or Sonya


$99 Move In
Special!
Crestview- Quiet well-
maintained 2 br, 1 ba,
total electric 585-6985


GUNS. n


W7TPiD 3
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NEW T AY Frost 682-6156

Crestview- 3 br 25 ba,
1 cg, near Wal-Mart
and new school. $800
mo. 496-1712 6160
SCrestview- Share quiet
3br brick home in Au-
61 burn area $450 mo
14incls util Call 902-6081
1, 2, 3 & 4 BR Homes
for Rent. Ref req. Call
682-4070 or 830-2061,
758-7206.
A Bank Repo! 5bdr 1
3ba $317/mo! 3 br 6170
Foreclosure! $199/mo!!
5% dw, 15 yrs @ 8% Auburn area 3br, 2ba,
apr For Listings Lg yard. Large trailer.
(800)366-9783 ext 5853 F, No smoke/pets.
F,5BA $550 mo. $575dd. Call
Crestview - 3BR/1.5BA $0 mo $575dd. Call
located on 1 acre lot. 240-090
795 Barrow St. $550.
mo + $550dd 398-2284 B
Baker- 3 br 2 ba MH
6238 Old River Rd. No
pets. $700 mo. Avail
V 6 lt 8/22. 850 368-3625

Crestview- 4 br, 2 be Crestview - 1 & 2 BR
home. ONLY $900 mo! rese
Call-Jenny at Pelican mobile homes for rept.
Real Estate 315-0972 $450. + Dep. Will ac-
Real Estate 315-0972 cept Section 8 Call
Crestview- 4 br, 2 be, 682-4731
2 cg, FP 1635sf. 3 yrs
old. $995 mo+dd. pet
ok 850-865-2823 Crestview- 2br, 2ba,
Crestview- dowton, W/D hkup, on 10 acres.
t& 3 bv ckhdowowu New carpet, paint. $570
with yard. $400-$495 mo+dd. 850-832-0911
mo. Window air & gas
heat. 850-682-8483 Crestview - 2BR/1BA &
mo Wmd a 3& gas Crestview - 2BR/1BA &
3BR/1BA Both newly
remodeled inside. 2BR
tNEW Tr A $425. + $425.dd. 3BR
uW r is $475. + $475.dd
water & garbage fur-
Crestview NE, MH nished. Call 398-6246
out in the country on or 305-0776 NO PETS
1 acre, nice 3 br, 2


ba, w/ porcnes, play-
house, shed, stove,
W/D. $625/mo. +
$300sd. + inside pet
dep. (850) 758-8629
or 682-2009
Crestview Rentals:
* 3br, 1ba on 1 ac $875
*3br, ba $700,
* 3 / 1 $550 inc. WS&G
* 1 / 1 $460 inc. WS&G
* 5br, 3ba $1,150,
* 2/2 MH 2 ac $600
Call Rick Epperson Re-
alty LLC 850-865-7777


NEW TODAY

Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800

Crestview
S114 Hampton,
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
* 118 Hampton,
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
* 238 Runnymeade Dr,
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
S214 Virginia St
2br, 1.5 ba, $650,
* 206 Virginia St,
2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
* 216 Virginia St,
2 br,1.5 ba, $650
* 1704 1st Ave,
3 br, 2 be, $675
* 575 Pine St,
3'br, 2 ba; $700
* 602 Henderson St,
Furn 2 br, 1 bae $725
* 1090A Farmer St,
Furn. 2 br, 1 ba; $725
* 3278 Auburn Rd,
3bd/2ba, $750
* 344 First Ave,
3 br, 2 ba; $795
* 124 Cabana Way,
3bd/2ba; $800
S6247 Winstead Rd,
3bd/2ba; $800
* 194 Villacrest Dr,
3 br, 2 ba; $995 ,
* 310 Shoal River,
3 br, 2 ba; $1100
* 2893 Chanterelle,
4 br, 3 ba; $1450


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7130 - Condo/Townhouse
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Crestview I & II Apart-
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Now accepting applica-
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Rental assistance may
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view, FL. Equal Hous-
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Crestview Inn
Motel $35 d $165 WK,
APT $180 Wk. $525 4
wk.Call 682-4466
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non
HC accessible apart-
ments.
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563,
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* BWB- 3/2 Cottage for
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* 3819 Golden Acres,
$750,3BR, 2BA, 1AC
* 217 Forrest Pkwy
$700, 3BR, 1.5BA
+ 715 Majestic Prince,
$1,100, 3BR, 2BA
no pets
* 394 Riverchase Blvd
$1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CG
* 5710 Seminole Dr,
$650, 3BR, 2BA, 2AC
* 2919 Aplin Rd,
$725, 3BR, 2BA, 1CG
* 1303 Jeffrey Scot Rd
$1,000,3BR, 2BA, 2CG
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Lane 7 16t
3/2/1 Gorgeous and
move in ready! Double 0 Down
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Beautiful 2 story $8000 call 978-3520
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
2.5 bth on Paradise
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90 West (Across from
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of land. ULiving Room,:A
large dining area,
large 2 car garage, :
large storage build- AUTOMOTIVE MARINE
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behind home. This 8100- Antique& Collectibles
home is in perfect 110-Cars
condition If you 8120- Sports UtilityVehicles
would like a tour of 8130-Trucks
this property Call me 8140- Vans
Ed Cox 862-3303 Or 8150-Commercial
Ray Cowthan (The 8160- Motorcycles
Hot Barber) has keys 8170 & Ausortie
for the house his 8210- Boats
number is 537-7423. 8220 - Personal Watercraft
He would be more 8230-Sailboats
than happy to show 8240 - Boat & Marine
home. Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
8320 - ATV/Iff Road Vehicles
. 8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes

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Honda Civic 01 $550!
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