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Contaminants in Alatex building could cost city


Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin
Plans for a pharmacy school in
downtown Crestview are on hold
pending negotiations over removal
of contaminants in the historical
Alatex building, the proposed site
for the school.
Preliminary estimates are the
city will have to pony up between
$.15,000 and $20,000 to remove a
small amount ofasbestos from the
building.


"That's a ballpark figure," said
Wayne Steele, director of public
works for the city.
Lead-based paint in the build-
ing will also have to be removed. It
is not known at this time how much
that work will cost.
The city plans to seek bids to
determine the total cost to remove
both the asbestos and the lead-
based paint.
Florida A&M University wants
to open a campus in the old two-
story sewing factory built in 1937.


State historians say the structure
is the only industrial building of
that era and architectural design
surviving in the state..
The Crestview City Council vot-
ed 3-1 nearly a year ago to give the
city-owned building to FAMU, but
university officials want the city
to remove any contaminants from
the building before they accept a
fee-simple title.
An environmental assessment
authorized by FAMU identified
roughly 60 square feet of asbestos


Hands Across the Border

Crestview represented at interstate, interagency eve


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
About 40 police vehicles and more
than 50 officers - both two- and four-
legged - representing more than 15
agencies across two states gathered
Monday morning to deliver one very
important message before Labor Day
weekend: ,
"We want citizens to know there will
be zero tolerance for DUI, lack of seat-
belt usage and speeding infractions."
Andrew Johnson of the Florida De-
partment, of Transportation's safety
office summed up the message suc-
cinctly at the 18th annual Hands Across
the Border event, a cooperative effort
among law enforcement agencies
in Florida, Alabama and Georgia.
L. As with comparable events


HOT SPOTS: Baker firefighter
Tim Busby sprays hot spots
that had rekindled in the
home shortly after noon on
Monday.


held simultaneously in Tallahassee,
Marianna and Jacksonville, the local
Hands Actoss the Border occurred on
both sides of the state line. Officers as-
sembled at the Alabama welcome cen-
ter, then proceeded by motorcade to the
Florida welcome center.
Crestview was represented by Lt.
Kent Buckner of the Crestview Police
Department.
"These events - the education and
awareness - are just as important.as
enforcement'
of impaired
drivers,"'
Buckner
said. "People
don't think about
the consequences
See HANDS A7


BATTLING DUI: Below,
the Crestview Police
Department was
represented at Monde
Hands Across the
Border event by, Lt. Ke
Buckner (in white shir
right), shown arriving
at the Interstate 10
Florida welcome ceni
with fellow officers fro
more than 15 region
law enforcement
agencies.
BRIAN HUGHES
Crestview
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Lightning ignites house fi

Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Firefighters were called
out three times to a fire on
Griffith Mill Road ignited
Sunday by a lightning
strike.
Homeowner John Cash-
man said he heard light-
ning strike in the area andI
then smelled smoke in his
home sometime between 3
and 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
"The Holt, Baker and . .
Crestview fire depart-
ments all have been a god-
send," Cashman said. Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestiew News
Lightning struck the HEAVY DAMAGE: This brick home located at 489
Road on Sunday afternoon, Griffith Mill Road was heavily damaged as a r
of fire and water used to fight the fire on Sund
See FIRE Al afternoon.


tile and 250 square feet of drywall
containing asbestos that will have
to be removed before renovations
begin.
The environmental assessment
also confirmed the presence of
lead-based paint.
Crestview City Council member
Linda Parker fears that the uni-
versity could back out of the deal
after the city has spent money to
remove the contaminants.
See PHARMACY A5


Missing

turtle found
nt 120-pound Scooter

was visiting a neighbor
Staff Reports
ay's Crestview News Bulletin
The police were called
ent and a search was under way
t, -- Scooter was missing.
I No worries. After miss-
ing for more than a week,
ter Scooter, a 120-pound spur-
am thigh, or Sulcata, tortoise,
al was found Monday after-
noon.
"Scooter was located in
. a neighbor's yard several
houses down from his resi-
1, dence," Crestview Police
Lt. Jamie Grant said.
Scooter disappeared
from her backyard on
Brackin Street in Crest-
-. |view last week, and her
owner, Susan Dean, feared
the worst. Susan Dean has
owned Scooter for about 12
years and cared for her as
she matured from about
3 inches in diameter to
a whopping 120 pounds.
Scooter is about 3 feet long
and Iiore than 2 feet wide.
"I just want her back,"
Dean said Monday.
Later that day, Scooter
was found.
Dean originally thought
someone had taken her
pet.
Dean saw a gray van
drive down her street a
couple of times before
Scooter was missing. She
said it began to rain and
she brought her cat inside
about 4:30 p.m. and saw
Scooter. When the rain be-
came heavier a short time
later, Dean went to the door
and called Scooter, but she
re was nowhere to be found.
Dean feared someone
might have taken Scooter
because of her value. The
tortoise is worth about
$8,500 and could bring the
people who took her a siz-
able profit.
"Exotic animals like that
are expensive," Grant said.
Dean said she's had tor-
toises for most of her life
I and they are friendlier than
people would expect.
"They come to you when
you call them, and she likes
to have herhead scratched,"
Dean said. "She likes to sit
| on the floor and scrub her
. back on your feet."
Bulletin "She's got a great smile
?2 when she stands up on her
result front feet," Dean said.
Robbyn Brooks of Flor-
ay ida Freedom Newspapers
contributed to this report.


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Wednesday, September 2, 2009


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Walton County
suspect arrested
after 1 2-hour
standoff
WALTON COUNTY - A
12-hour standoff ended
peacefully early Sunday
morning when Walton
County Sheriff's Office
deputies arrested a man
who had beaten his wife
and initially held her
hostage at their home.
Deputies responded at
5:30 Saturday afternoon
to the mobile home on
King Lake Boulevard,
which is off of State Road
331 North. The 911 caller
said that Wilson Junior
Mount had beaten his
wife, Cindy, and then
dragged her inside of
their home. The caller
also said that he would
not let Cindy leave their
home.
A perimeter was set
up around the home, and
several neighbors were
evacuated, according to
a sheriff's office press
release.
Mount let his wife
go soon after deputies
arrived but refused to
surrender. She told them
he had two guns inside of
the home.
Phone negotiations
were initiated and then
cut off when Mount
refused to participate.
The home had been
fortified to prevent
entry and had an escape
door underneath the
structure, the report
said.
After they were
not able to establish
communication with
Mount for four hours,
deputies used a.
"non-lethal bean bag
projectile" and struck
Mount.
' He then was dragged
out from under the home


and arrested. He is at
the Walton County Jail,
where he faces charges,
including domestic
violence battery, false
imprisonment and
resisting arrest.
Wendy Victora, Florida
' Freedom Newspapers

Fugitive takes life
after surrounded by
deputies
POINT WASHINGTON -
Matheos S. Pitikas, a
24-year-old fugitive from
Texas who had eluded
local lawmen since firing
on them Friday, shot and
killed himself Sunday in
the back yard of a home
as deputies closed in,
according to the Walton
County Sheriff's Office.
"There were three
ways this was going to
end: He was going to kill
himself, we were going
to kill him or he was
going to go to jail. He
chose option one," Walton
County Sheriff Michael
Adkinson said.
Walton and Okaloosa
County sheriff's deputies
were closing in on Pitikas
in a Point Washington
area neighborhood on
Choctawhatchee Bay,
near where he had fled
authorities two days
earlier. At about noon
Sunday, he walked
through the yard of a
home on Oak Avenue
but stopped in his tracks
when he spotted a
deputy.
The residents of the
home were packing up to
leave when one of them
saw Pitikas on the side of
the house.
"We locked eyes, then
I started screaming,
'That's him,' and ran
inside to call 911," said
a woman who identified
herself as Sondra.


She and her husband,
Gerald, asked not to be
identified by last name
after hearing rumors that
Pitikas had family in the
area.
Minutes later, "five or
six deputies popped up
on him all of a sudden,"
said Adkinson, who
added that several
"unmarked deputies" had
been in the area since
Friday.
The deputies chased
Pitikas through the yard.
He ran to the back yard
and behind a-shed, where
he shot himself.
"I heard one gunshot,
and that was it," Gerald
said.
Pitikas had one round
left in his 9 mm semi-
automatic, and he used
it on himself, Adkinson
said.
The fugitive's suicide
ended a manhunt that
had begun about 48 hours'
earlier. At about 12:30
Friday afternoon near the
Whale's Tail restaurant
in Miramar Beach, a
deputy was approaching
a blue pickup truck when
the driver fired shots at
the deputy as he sped off
east on Scenic Gulf Drive,
according to a witness.
The witness said
he later saw the truck
race back west on the
beachfront road with
deputies in pursuit.
The Sheriff's Office
said Pitikas fired at
deputies during the
chase and after he
crashed his truck at
the corner of County
Road 283 and Chrysler
Avenue before he ran
into the woods in Point
Washington. It was
unclear Sunday evening
whether the 9 mm Pitikas
used to take his life
was the same gun used
Friday.
Pitikas' body is on


its way to the Medical
Examiner's Office for
an autopsy. Deputies
searched vacant homes
in the area after the
incident in order to
determine where Pitikas
had spent the last two
days.
Agencies statewide
and across three counties
launched what is being
called the largest
manhunt in Walton '
County history. But *
Pitikas eluded lawmen
for almost 48 hours.
Pitikas was wanted
by the FBI and Houston
Police Department after
allegedly robbing a Chase
Bank in the Houston
suburb where he had
apparently grown up,
according to the South
Belt-Ellington Leader.
A July 30 article stated
that Pitikas had escaped
on foot and used three-
foot high underground
drainage pipes to elude
capture.
A police officer spotted
Pitikas in the pipe and
fired at him before
Pitikas crawled into the
pipe and escaped.
Mona Moore, Florida
Freedom Newspapers
Staff Writer Kimberly
White contributed to this
article.

Navarre Gulf access
gets an early pass
NAVARRE BEACH - The
committee working to
reopen the long-closed
Navarre Pass has new
life after Santa Rosa
County commissioners
amended a plan that
would have stalled the
project.
Commissioners voted
last week to approve
an amended version of
the Tri-County Joint
Land-Use Study to
remove wording that


recommended no new
passes leading to the Gulf
of Mexico be cut.
"It's a big victory,"
said Chuck Pohlmann,
chairman of the
Navarre Pohlmann Pass
Committee, the group
named after his late
father that is trying to
reopen Navarre Pass.
"That would have
killed us," Pohlmann
added. "We never would
have been off the ground
and never could get
off the ground if that
had been accepted
that way by our county
commissioners.".
The Joint Land-Use
Study was initiated
in January 2007 to
help plan for future
growth at Eglin Air
Force Base from the
Base Realignment and
Closure Act. The study
recommended that Santa
Rosa County discourage
any new marine cuts,
channels, passes or
marine sanctuaries
leading into the gulf.
Rather than approving
the study as presented
by Destin-based
consultants Tetra Tech,
commissioners approved
an amended version that
removed the restriction.
related to passes and
marine sanctuaries.
Tetra Tech had made
the recommendation to
deter additional boat
traffic in'Eglin's training
ranges over the gulf.
"We're not in an active
firing zone," Pohlmann
said. "This whole gulf
coast is a firing zone, but
it's not an active firing
zone. If it was an active
firing zone, you and I
would not be living on
the gulf coast because
the military could do
anything they wanted,
including dropping bombs
and shooting targets."


With the study
amended, Pohlmann's
committee will resume
its fundraising efforts for
required feasibility and
environmental impact
studies.
Navarre Pass was a
15-foot-deep channel cut
into Navarre Beach about
450 yards east of the
Navarre Beach Bridge
that allowed boaters
access to the gulf from
Santa Rosa Sound.
It opened in July 1965
and closed two months
later when Hurricane
Betsy filled it in.
Navarre now sits near
the middle of a 52-mile
stretch between gulf
access points at Destin's
East Pass and Pensacola
Pass.
Dusty Ricketts, Florida
Freedom Newspapers

Wife catches
husband licking
woman's face in club
FORT WALTON BEACH
- A woman who went
into Sammy's Aug. 23
and found her husband
licking another woman's
face punched him and
then dragged him out
into the parking lot by his
hair and shirt, according
to her Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office arrest
report.
The 34-year-old woman
continued to strike him in
the parking lot..
Witnesses saw him
licking the other woman's
face.
They also told the
deputy they saw his wife
dragging him by his
clothing and hitting him.
The couple have been
married four years.
She was charged with
misdemeanor battery.
Wendy Victora, Florida
Freedom Newspapers


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Wednesday, September 2, 2009


Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


North county

OAA committee

picking up steam
Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
The north county com-
mittee of the Okaloosa Arts
Alliance gained several new
members and generated ex.-
citing new ideas for promot-
ing the arts in our area at its
August meeting. Held at the
Crestview Public Library's
meeting room last Tuesday,
the group was an eclectic
gathering of arts educators,
historians, practitioners and
supporters.
"Hopefully we'll get a
group going that will net-
work with each other and
reach out to each other,"
said Rae Schwartz, an OAA
board member and facilita-
tor for the group.
Schwartz stressed the
benefits of the fledgling com-
mittee, which has as its stron-
gest attribute its affiliation
with the county's official arts
agency. The OAA distributes
proceeds from the county's
sales of the Florida "Stage
of the Arts" specialty license
plate and also works 'to at-
tract arts funding and grants
from private, corporate and
governmental sources.
"The economy is tough,
and the arts are considered
by many to be expendable,"
Schwartz said, "but they en-


j ..


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I| Crestview News Bulletin


DISCUSSING THE ARTS: At left, newcomers to the OAA local committee Mike and Donna Holovack, a
photographer and art historian, respectively, listen as the group discusses arts opportunities in the region.
CULTURE VULTURES: At right, Rae Schwartz, left, and Lesly Parsons, right, brainstorm ideas for enhancing the
arts in Crestview during last Tuesday's meeting of the Okaloosa Arts Alliance north county committee as
Schwartz's son Michael, a local artist, listens.


rich our lives."
Newcomer to the com-
mittee Mike Holovack, a
photographer and journalist,
cautioned that the increase
in license plate fees might
harm the OAA's income.
When the cost of license
plates more than doubled
yesterday, he said, people
won't pay even more for a
specialty plate.
"It's going to decrease a
lot," Holovack said.
Arts education in schools
was a serious topic of con-
versation at the meeting.
The value of the Okaloosa
Volunteer Arts Lessons pro-
gram was discussed. Under
OVAL, volunteer artists


present examples of well-
known artworks to elemen-
tary and middle school stu-
dents, who then interpret
the works in their own way.
OVAL instruction peri-
ods have been reduced to 30
minutes a month per class,
participants said. Members
lamented that contributions
of art books and prints are
not receiving emphasis.
"They're not being used
since the introduction of
the FCAT," said artist Trace
Connolly, to sympathetic
nods around the table.
Library director Jean
Lewis was praised for her
efforts that have seen the
facility become a focal point


for arts exhibition and for
artists to gather.
"Artists are calling us,"
Lewis said. "We don't even
have to go looking for exhibi-
tors."
She reminded the group
that the library's collection
of laminated 36-by-24-inch
prints from the "Picturing
America" collection, funded
by a grant from the National
Endowment for the Human-
ities, is available for check-
out by educators, along with
a teaching guide.
The committee then en-
thusiastically brainstormed
ways to increase the visibil-
ity of the arts in the region.
A focus, it was generally felt,


should be on. bringing the
arts to downtown Crestview,
building on the success of
downtown festivals such as
the Triple-B.
Among the ideas dis-
cussed:
* Increase arts visibil-
ity at community events by
manning a booth and hold-
ing demonstrations of vari-
ous visual and performing
arts at it.
"Think about what events
and venues we have here
in town we can be part of,"
Schwartz said.
* Host a downtown arts
festival, beginning with once
a year, then increasing in fre-
quency, with daylong gallery


and artist exhibitions, sales
of folk and fine artworks,
culinary arts sales, perfor-
mances by music, dance and
dramatic artists, culminat-
ing in a community dance in
the evening.
* Sponsor holiday win-
dow mural painting by local
student artists and school
art clubs. Student mural
paintings on blank building
walls were also proposed.
* Sponsor workshops for
area artists and art educa-
tors.
"From a teaching view-
point, we have a ton of
workshops for math, sci-
ence, whatever," said Laurel
Hill School art and English
teacher Sabine Lyons. "But
for art, there's nothing."
Schwartz promised to
take the committees ideas
and recommendations to
the Okaloosa Arts Alliance
to help determine the next
step in turning some of the
ideas into reality
Meanwhile, the commit-
tee set its next meeting date
for Tuesday, Sept 22, at 6
p.m. at the library
The meeting will include
a show-and-tell, in which
each participant is encour-
aged to bring an example of
his or her artwork to offer a
taste of the variety of arts be-
ing produced in our region.
All artists, art educators,
art supporters and all-round
culture vultures are encour-
aged to attend. Membership
in the OAA is not required.


CommunityArts CALENDAR Contemporary glass works featured in gallery shows


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Elementary school
art classes
TUESDAYS THROUGH
OCT. 20 * Birds light on
branches and pop out of
clocks as students learn
about Australian artist
Kareem Rizk and the well-
known craft of German
Black Forest cuckoo clocks.
Japanese culture comes
to life as they learn about
kimonos. Dutch windmills
spin over brightly colored
tulip fields as they make
moveable art. Fruit looks
good enough to eat when
we paint like Portuguese/
Brazilian artist of distinction
Leonor Alvim Brazio.
Come create art that is
about the sights, sounds and
tastes of many countries
through the Abrakadoodle
"Around the World We Go"
after-school art classes
at Bob Sikes, Northwood
and Walker elementary
schools. Six-week session,
$90 tuition, includes all
supplies for children in
grades kindergarten through


fifth. To sign up your child,
or to learn more, visit www.
abrakadoodle.com/fl07, or
call executive director Erin
Bakker at 850-424-5058.

'The Nutcracker'
auditions
SEPT. 11 * The
Northwest Florida Ballet
will be holding auditions
for children's roles in "The
Nutcracker" at the ballet
studio at 310 Perry Ave.
SE, Fort Walton Beach, on
Sunday, Sept. 13, from 2-
3:30 p.m. All students must
pre-register and pay an
audition fee of $45 by Sept.
11. Children should come
dressed in full ballet attire
for the auditions. NFB will be
auditioning local children for
the roles of party children,
mice, angels, bakers and
Dutch children.
The holiday family
favorite will kick off the 40th
anniversary season of the
NFB.
For more information, and
to obtain a registration form,
please call the NFB office
at 850-664-7787 or visit www.
nfballet.org.


Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
The galleries at the Mattie Kelly
Arts Center at Northwest Florida
State College will present two exhibi-
tions Sept. 11 to Oct. 18. "Vitriforms:
Contemporary Glass Art" and "Se-
lections from the Permanent Col-
lection" will be free and open to the
public.
"Vitriforms: Contemporary Glass
Art" features the work of Terrie Cor-
bett, Lesley Nolan, Bob Rubanowice
and Cheryl Sattler, four Tallahassee-
area artists who work in various glass
media, and will be on display in the
McIlroy Gallery. These artists have
exhibited widely, not only throughout
Florida, but also in Dallas, Chicago,
Albuquerque, Atlanta, Philadelphia
and other points across the U.S.
Corbett's artistic process com-
bines traditional painting and draw-
ing with glass-manipulation to create
paintings in glass using heat-resis-
tant paints, high-fire enamels and
precious metals. Her paintings often
include text that is obscured by the
firing process to produce expressive
abstracts.
Nolan creates painterly com-
positions, almost always groups of
people, in fused, kiln-formed glass
panels. Her works simultaneously
emphasize colorful pattern (a signa-
ture element) and comment on ges-


ture and human interaction.
Rubanowice is a master at mul-
tiple glass art techniques as well as
an acclaimed fiber artist. His stained
glass panels push the limits of the
medium through their large scale
and use of nontraditional elements
like text.
Sattler's works explore various
techniques, including the innovative
use of extruded glass to create linear
designs. She emphasizes the light
qualities inherent to the medium in
gravity-defying panels and openwork
vessels.
Running concurrently in the Hol-
zhauer Gallery will be a selection of
art from Northwest Florida State
College's permanent collection.
Works by perennial favorites Emil
Holzhauer and Marie Snow Greene
will be on display, as will pieces cho-
sen to complement the glass art in
the McIlroy Gallery.
A preview reception will be held
in the galleries Friday, Sept. 11, from
5-7 p.m. and is free and open to the
public.
Gallery hours for the exhibit are
Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
Sunday, 1-4 p.m., and 90 minutes
prior to most performances in the
main stage theater of the Mattie Kel-
ly Arts Center.
For information, call the gallery
office at 729-6044.


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Students achieve Going to school in style
honors status


NICEVILLE - Northwest Florida State Col-
lege recognized the superior scholastic
achievement of students who completed the
Summer 2009 term by naming them to the
President's List and Dean's List. The Presi-
dent's List names those students with nine or
more credits in the term who made a grade
point average of 3.8 to 4.0 during the semester.
The Dean's List names students with nine or
more credits in the term who earned a GPA
of 3.5 to 3.79.
North Okaloosa honors students are listed
below.
President's List
Baker: Jennifer Wood
Crestview: Sanja Abshire, James Atterson,
Brittany Baker, Dennis Botsford, Jordan Col-
clasure, Rita Dailey, Jesica Darr, Patrice Dix-
on, Sherry Dubose, Aaron Ethridge, Kelsey
Hundley, Robert King, Ryan Landy, Heather
Lemay, Charles Meeks, Melanie Monta, Ash-
ley Morton, Autumn Norris, Cindy Oloughlin,
Anya Owens, Thomas Pelfrey, Donna Peters,
Wendell Roberts, Nicole Smith, Delbert Spaur,
Aritha Watson.
Holt: Jillian Castle.
Laurel Hill: Zachary Harned, Kelsie
Reeves
Dean's List
Baker: Emily Burdick, James Groshong,
Landis Mathis.
Crestview: Denice Andreozzi, Kristen
Beattie, Luis Berrios, Kaylie Bodine, Teresa
Booker, Justin Byers, Benjamin Carson, Kay-
la Clark, Cassie Cooke, Shawn Croft, Kelsei
Green, Crystal Johnson, Dajung Kim, Aman-
da Kosche, Taylor Leister, Cheryl Liddon,
Casey Mahmoud, Jennifer Preuss, Megan
Renfer, Dustan Rice, Courtney Ruiz, Matthew
Self, Samir Serbia, Meghan Shill, Joanne Smi-
ley, Rebecka Smith, Mitchell Smith, Arraye
Stallworth, Deana Timmons, Alexandra West-
brook, Brittan Wilkey, Michael Wirth.


Third-grader

wins limo service
Brian Hughes & Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Like they did every other day
during the first week of school,
most Bob Sikes Elementary
students arrived in a big yellow
school bus Fridalin m',rninp
But not Hannah Johnson
and some of her friends. They
alighted at the school's bus
ramp in a gli-i'niiii' white
stretch Lincoln limousine wor-
thy of Hollywood r'oydll.V.
Hannah had woni In- ride by
entering the quarterly contest
held for patients of Hayer &
Curtis Orthodontics.
"We run a contest about
every three months for our paI
tients," said Cindy \;ili I'.\.,
an orthodontic assistant and re-
ceptionist who is also in c.lin i -
of the practice's contests. "This
one was a Fli't .h' ' contest."
Bayer & Curtis set up a fan
page on the online social net-
working site. Patients had to
visit the page and write com-
ments about their experience
with the office and iit stafl'.
"It wasn't so much what
they wrote but how many times
they went on 'avebniik and
wrote somii-thingi about us,"
Matthews said. "Hannah was
determined to win. She had the
most comments. I don't know
how many, but it was a lot!"
It was sufficient to make
the third-grader the winner,


CONTEST
WINNER:
Hannah
Johnson
steps out
of the
limo on
the bus
ramp
at Bob
Sikes El-
ementary
School.


Photos by ANN SPANN | Crestview News Bulletin
LIMO RIDERS: Hannah Johnson is pictured with friends
Destonie Woods, Brionna Jones, Rebecca Scheid and
Jessica Holdorneos and the staff from Bayer & Curtis
Oil.... I ,,,,1. Dr, Leigh Curtis, Cindy Matthews, Laura
Case, and Mindy Richey, all of whom joined Hannah for
a limo ride to Bob .'i.es School on Friday morning.


,1li hiiigh at first Hannah didn't
realize she had won.
"My mom tricked me. She
said they had already picked a
winner, then when we walked
around the corner, they all


yelled 'surprise,' " Hannah
said. On Friday morning, the
result of her efforts glided up to
her house.
"It was exciting and weird
at the same time," said the


8-year-old. "It was fun. I was
excited and kinda screaming
inside when I was waiting in
my yard."
Qff they went, in a style that
certainly beat a school bus
hands down.
"We were singing songs.
They already had doughnuts
and drinks in the car," Hannah
said. "It was like a regular fun
trip with a bunch of friends all
together."
"She was definitely lovin' it,"
said her mom, Kim Johnson.
"She got to take seven of her
friends. They were just as ex-
cited as Hannah. I think they
thought they won, too."
Will her first limo ride spoil
Hannah Johnson?
"This morning she wanted
to know if it's going to come and
get her again," mom Kim said
Monday morning. "I said, 'No,
that's a one-shot deal, girl!' But
now she has high expectations
for next year."
The father/daughter ortho-
dontics practice of Dr Peter
Bayer and Dr Leigh Curtis'
next contest started Sept. 1 and
will run through the beginning
of December This time it's an
SEC college football contest.
Patients have to pick the two
teams they think will play off
in the league championship.
Two winners will get $50 each.
Enter the contest when you go
for your appointment. Rules
include having good oral hy-
giene, no breakage of braces,
and arriving on time for your
appointment. To make an ap-
pointment, call 244-8602.


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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


Extension CONNECTION


Seagrass: function, importance and protection


Brooke Saari
Sea Grant Marine Science
and Natural Resources
University of Florida IFAS
Okaloosa County Extension
Choctawhatchee Bay is one of
the many natural resources we
have here in Okaloosa County.
It is considered an estuary,
which is a semi-enclosed body of
water where freshwater and salt-
water mix. The salt content of the
bay water varies from freshwater
sources to the saltwater inputs,
creating a mixture of freshwater
and saltwater called brackish.
These areas are considered
to be one of the most productive
ecosystems in the world. About
70 percent of Florida's. sport fish


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species spend the first part of
their lives in estuaries.
In Choctawhatchee Bay, one-
of the habitats that serve as
the nursery grounds for many
of these fish and other various
organisms are seagrass beds.
Seagrasses are green plants
that spend their entire lives sub-
merged and require light to live.


These areas serve many func-
tions that have environmental as
well as economic benefits. Sea-
grass beds filter sediments by
trapping them with their leaves
to help maintain the clarity of the
estuary.
These areas also provide shel-
ter for many organisms and nurs-
ery grounds for the economically


important sport fish. Seagrasses
also provide stabilization of the
sediments through their exten-
sive root systems, which provides
a line of defense for the mainland
during storm events through dis-
sipating wave energies.
In addition to all of these func-
tions, the seagrass and many
of its inhabitants serve as food,
making these areas very impor-
tant for the food chain. Though
these habitats serve all of these
beneficial functions, they are still
fragile and declining worldwide.
The main threats to seagrass-
es are water quality degradation,
sedimentation and propeller
scarring.
There are ways for you to
help these estuaries and sensi-


tive habitats. Become aware,
be a good steward, participate
in cleanup and. avoid sensitive
habitat areas.
Choctawhatchee Bay is a won-
derful area that we are lucky to
have in our backyard. The most
important thing you can do for
your natural resources is to learn
about their uses, functions and
importance. Knowledge is a very
useful tool.
For more information on ma-
rine science and natural resourc-
es information, e-mail bsaari@
ufl.edu or call 689-5850.
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PHARMACY from page Al


"If we do this, what as-
surance do we have that
things will proceed?"
Parker asked at a recent
council meeting.
FAMU officials are
committed to the project,"
Mayor David Cadle said.
City Attorney Ben Hol-
ley said the city can't do
anything with the building
until the hazardous mate-
rials are removed.
"You are going to have
clean it up anyway," Hol-
ley said. "Even if you tear
it down, you are going
to have to clean that up
first."


FAMU has pledged
$10.2 million in renova-
tions for the building and
has $2.5 million on hand in
the form of a state budget
appropriation, with hopes
for additional state fund-
ing in future years.
Main Street merchants
tout the economic boost
a pharmacy school could
steer downtown, and back
the plan.
Rick Harper, director of
the Haas Center for Busi-
ness Development at the
University of West Florida,
believes the direct annual
economic impact would


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF

ORDINANCE

Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Codeand
Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the Crestview City Council
proposes to adopt the following ordinance set forth by title
as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1429
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA,
VACATING AND ABANDONING THAT PORTION OF AN
EXISTING DRAINAGE EASEMENT QUIT-CLAIMED BY
OKALOOSA COUNTY TO THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW IN
DOCUMENT RECORDED IN BOOK 2849, PAGE 4120,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA,
WHICH IS CURRENTLY REROUTED IN THE UTILITY
EASEMENT GRANTED TO THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW
BY ARBOR LAKES; LLC, AS RECORDED IN BOOK 2875,
PAGE 938, PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID EASEMENT IS SHOWN ON THE FINAL
PLAT FOR ARBOR LAKE PHASE I, A PLANNED UNIT
DEVELOPMENT, LOCATED IN SECTION 7, TOWNSHIP
3 NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF THE CRESTVIEW
BASE, ZONING AND LAND USE MAPS; PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING
FOR FILING OF THIS ORDINANCE WITH THE CLERK OF
CIRCUIT CURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND DECLARING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The public hearing in conjunction with the second reading and
adoption of the ordinance will be held on Monday, September
14, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 198 Nlorth
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida.
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend
the City Council meeting and to provide written and/or verbal
comments on the matters under consideration. The ordinance
is available for public inspection during normal business
hours at-the Administrative Services Department, City Hall,
198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability
status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure
access to and participation in the meeting should contact
the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate
arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting
or public hearing such person will need a record of the
proceedings and for such purpose, such person may need
to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".


Janice F. Young
City Clerk


September 2, 2009
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$6 million a year. Most
of that would be gener-
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the school's estimated 50
graduate students, seven


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Wednesday, September 2, 2009


Check it OUT


Heather Nitzel
Youth Services I,ibrarian
Robert L F. Sikes Public Library

The library will be
closed on Monday, Sept.
7, for Labor Day. We hope
it's a day of rest and fun
with loved ones!

PROGRAMS
Children ages 3 to 5,
come to Story Time today
or tomorrow at 10:15 a.m.
for stories and songs that
are sure to whet your
appetite. Younger siblings
(accompanied by an
adult) and older children
are also welcome.
Next week, on
Wednesday, Sept. 9,
or Thursday, Sept.
10, grandparents or
honorary grandparents
and grandchildren are
invited to join us for
some wonderful stories,
songs and fun activities.
Grandparents Day is
Sunday, Sept. 13.
It's Early Release
Wednesday, so head to
the library for Craft Time!


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN .


The children here and in the photo below participated in the summer finale at the Robert L.F. Sikes Public Library.


This fall's theme is green!
We'll reduce, reuse and
recycle to make fun
finished products!


This afternoon,
we'll turn bottle caps
into noisemakers.
Children must be at


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is recommended.
We'll hold a craft for


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the library while supplies
last. Start your.craft
anytime between 1 and 2
p.m. Finish by 3 p.m.
If you are 12 to 18, playr
Wii between 2 and 4 p.m.
on Friday. Teen Anime
Club meets on Tuesdays
at 4:30 p.m.
September is library
card sign-up month.

STAFF PICKS
"Nim's Island" by
Wendy Orr. (J Pbk Orr.)
Nim loves her island
home and the animals she
shares it with even while
her scientist father is
away doing research, but
trouble is on the way, and
a new e-mail friend could
be the only one who can
help.
"The Toughest Cowboy:
or How the Wild West Was
Tamed" by John Frank (E
Kit Fra.)
Grizz Brickbottom
is one tough cowboy.
But even the toughest
cowboys, such as those
who floss their teeth
with barbed wire, as


Grizz does, can use some
companionship.
This Western adventure
was too long for me to read
for Story Time but has fun
twists and turns that made
me laugh out loud.

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

CONTACT INFO
In person: 1445
Commerce Drive (behind
the Post Office)
Phone: 850-682-4432
Web: www.cityof
crestview.org/library.htm

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"When she finished,
she felt happy and sad at
the same time, because
the ending was warm and
smiley but she didn't want
to say goodbye to the
people in the book."
- Author Wendy Orr
in "Nim's Island"


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Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News BuUletin
PROCESSION: More than 40 police vehicles, including squad cars, motorcycles and "unconventional vehicles,"
proceeded in a motorcade from the Alabama welcome center to the Florida welcome center on Interstate 10
Monday morning for the Hands Across the Border event.


FIRE from page Al


sparking a fire that caused
$85,000 in damage, accord-
ing to Holt Volunteer Fire
Department Deputy Chief
Scott Chestnut.
The fire started in the
attic. No one was injured.
"Everyone was out
when we arrived on scene,"
Chestnut said.
Crews from Munson,
Baker and Crestview
helped fight the fire.
Firefighters responded


to the home again early
Monday morning, when
the fire rekindled. When
the fire rekindled yet again,
they responded a third time
Monday afternoon.
As a matter of routine,
the State Fire Marshal's
Office is investigating the
cause of the fire.
Wendy Victora of
Florida Freedom News-
papers contributed to this
report.


HANDS from page Al


of impaired driving. Edu-
cation and awareness is
at least half of our effort,"
he said. "There has to be a
perception that 'I'm gonna
get caught.'
"DUI is not a victimless
crime," he said. "It may
not be the impaired driver
that gets killed."
Among the more then 15.
agencies participating in
Hands Across the Border
were the sheriffs' offices of
Okaloosa, Escambia and
Santa Rosa counties, and
of the Alabama counties of
Mobile and Baldwin.
In addition to Crest-
view, represented munici-
pal forces included Mil-
ton, Pensacola and Gulf
Breeze, and Mobile, Daph-
ne and Foley, Ala. State
agencies included the
Florida Highway Patrol,
the Florida Department
of Transportation and the
Alabama State Police.
"Safety is a top priority
for area law enforcement,"
Johnson said. "Florida
and Alabama have teamed
up to arrest impaired driv-
ers."
Impaired, unbuckled
and speeding motorists


will be targeted for aggres-
sive enforcement under
a "zero tolerance" policy
through the holiday week-
end, Johnson said.
Indicating the array of
officers gathered at the
Florida welcome center,
Florida Highway Patrol
Maj. Eddie Johnson said,
"This shows the dedica-
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A8 I Crestview News Bulletin


Opinion


Wednesday, September 2, 2009


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

Topic: "Puttin' on the Ritz," an article by Brian
Hughes about the Michael A. Mancini Sr. Gifted
Musician Scholarship at Northwest Florida State
College and the first recipient of that scholarship,
Darin Jordan, who is from Crestview.
Stories like this warm my heart. I always loved those
big band songs and am glad to see Michael Mancini lives
on through this wonderful scholarship. Congratulations
to Darin Jordan on being the first to receive it!

When you are "In The Mood" for a "Moonlight
Serenade" on a "Jukebox Saturday Night," you can't beat
those wonderful old big band tunes. It's a pity so many of
today's kids will never know the joy of that music.

Darin is awesome! His music is really incredible. I'm
glad he got this scholarship. Bless you Mr. Mancini in
the big dance club in the sky!

When will we get some of that great music up here
in Crestview? Why do all the wonderful events like this
one occur in the south end of the county? This is the
county seat and the biggest city in the county. Surely we
deserve some concerts up here.

Sad how there are so many enthusiastic comments
and much discussion about football, making it the "most
commented" article on this Web site, butjust a handful
of us celebrating the amazing accomplishments of this
young musician and the wonderful opportunity he has
been given to improve upon and share his gifts with us.
What a sad indictment of our local priorities.

When the football players have smashed their bodies
to smithereens and jarred their brains loose and are
collecting disability our musicians will just keep on
getting better.

Topic: "A young boy's birthday wish," an article
about a Crestview boy who asked his friends to
bring food to his 7th birthday party to be donated
to Crestview Sharing and Caring to help feed the
hungry. The young boy's sister has done the same
thing.
Wow, a young liberal in the making! Go ahead and
feed those poor homeless people,; but you won't be
helping them! It's all about tough love, and these poor
homeless people should suffer. If they don't, then they
have no incentive to improve themselves! I bet you want
Obamacare too so, these same worthless poor homeless
people get free medicines and health care? PERSONAL
RESPONSIBILITY PEOPLE! These poor people made
their beds and now they need to lie in it!

You could not be further from the truth with your
comments. Please forgive me if I do not pass on your
comments and negative attitude on to my children. They
are being brought up in a God loving Christian home!
They have already learned that not all people that need
help have made bad choices. When you speak of people
in broad generalizations as you do, it is easy to make
brj taf,~~ya* ,you should trv and see
each person as an individual with their own unique set
of problems. Then maybe you would learn a little bit
about compassion as my kids have. I will also withhold
myKcomments on your inaccurate assumption of our
family's social and political views. Again, you could not
be more wrong with your assumptions!


Profundity
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Crestview News Bulletin


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The Katrina chapter



The saga of a storm, four years later


Sometimes you need
a powerful boot in the
behind to nudge you into
the next chapter of life.
Four years ago this
past Friday, I packed a few
things in
'1 a bag and
emptied
most of
my freezer
contents
(why, oh,
why didn't
BRIAN HUGHES I empty it
Crestview News all?) into
Bulletin an ice
chest for
an expected three-day
vacation at a friend's dad's
house.
Mr. Mike lives on
scenic Lake Rosemound
in the rolling hills of
"English" Louisiana. The
year before, I visited him
during Hqrricane Ivan and
really enjoyed my country
getaway from the busy
life I led in New Orleans.
Katrina was expected to
be an opportunity for a
similar retreat.
The next day, Mr.
Mike, his son Chris and
I crammed around a
battery-powered TV and
watched in horror as
helicopter shots showed
people launching boats
from the Interstate 10
overpass just several
blocks from my house.
The following day, I
cooled off in Mr. Mike's
pool by removing
branches and leaves that
had blown in during the
previous day's storm.
The power came back on
an hour after I finished.
At least I saved his filter
from overwork.
Two days later, I
loaded up the Land
Rover, met friends for
lunch at Mammy's
outside of Natchez, then
continued upriver to 1-20
at Vicksburg and headed
east for Crestview on a
grueling all-day-and-into-
the-night road trip that
included searching for
scarce gas en route.
It would be another
couple weeks before, in
the midst of the gusting
winds of Hurricane Rita,
we returned to New
Orleans. As I drove down
iny street, I saw pile after
pile of debris in front of
each home. As I got to
my block, I saw a huge
pile of sodden carpet and
padding in front of the
first house and ruined
furnishings in front of4the .
house across the street
frQm mine. l
"This does not bode
well," I thought.
The car was hardly
stopped before we dashed
inside. By then, the air
conditioner - and the
fridge - were mercifully


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SAVED!: Brian Hughes' house, the right half of this duplex, as seen from across
the street upon his first return after evacuating for Hurricane Katrina. His
neighbor's house had flooded; ruined furnishings line the sidewalk.


humming. We ran from
door to door, feeling the
carpet under each. Dry!
We ran upstairs. No
signs of water leakage,
especially near the piles
and piles of books I had
removed from lower
shelves and trucked
upstairs to the inside
hallway. So far so good.
Shortly thereafter
came the bad news.
The Buffalo, N.Y,-
based parent company of
my employer decided to
fire almost every person
in the company. My house
was intact, but my job had
blown away.
The college buddy
with whom I was staying
in Crestview saw my
dilemma. "Why pay rent
on that big house with no
job?" he said. "Come stay
in Crestview."
Move? To Crestview?
After 24 years of living in
New Orleans?
, During my first week
here, I found myself
standing befuddled in
Publix wondering where
to look for items on my
grocery list. Not one,
but two, employees
approached and offered to
help me. This must be that
thing called "customer
service," something alien
to New Orleans.
Realizing I just had
shorts and T-shirts and
needed something more
substantial, I popped
into Goodwill. When the
cashier saw my Louisiana
driver's license, she asked
if I was a Katrina victim.
I said, "Yes." When she
learned I didn't have Red
Cross clothes coupons
(who knew you needed
them?), my bill suddenly
' dropped to about half.
People care about their


neighbors here, it dawned
on me!
Things happen for a
reason. The Bible teaches
that God has a plan for us.
Pastor Mark reminds us
almost every Sunday to
turn problems over to God.
It's hard to let go of angst,
but it works, so I did.
Freelance writing
and design work came in
sufficiently regularly to
pay bills and even have
enough left over for the
Sunday collection plate
and the occasional meal
out at one of Crestview's
many great restaurants.
Without a steady job, I
was free to scoot home
from time to time and visit
my elderly father in New
Jersey.
My new roommate
introduced me to his
friendly little church,
where I felt instantly at
home. Some Sundays
- OK, who am I fooling?
most Sundays - I'd get
too busy in New Orleans
for church. I joined the
Laurel Hill Presbyterian
Church about eight
months after moving to
Florida.
After Dad lost his
battle with tobacco
addiction in February
2007, God dropped a full-
time job in my lap as a'
writer here at the News
Bulletin. Since I was a
kid, I always had wanted
to write for a small-town
newspaper. Amazing! The
worst salary I ever made
in my professional career
for a job that's the most,
fun I ever had!
People ask me if I
miss New Orleans. The
short answer is no. Sure, I
miss my friends, a couple
favorite restaurants and
the city's vibrant theatre


scene, but that's about it.
But during my last
couple years there, I was
increasingly discontented.
I had an irrational boss. I
was tired of the rampant
ignorance and culture
of dependence that
masqueraded as "laissez
les bons temps rouler"
for the benefit of tourists
who didn't have to deal
with it because they rarely
venture out of the French
Quarter.
Katrina ended up being
a savior of sorts. She blew
me to a community that
cares, where the pace is
slower and relaxed, where
the living is healthier, and
where on a nice spring
evening, we can open all
the doors and windows
and listen to the bugs
chirp at night.
She kicked me into
the next chapter of my
life, and one I have been
savoring every minute.
I go back to New
Orleans every couple
months. I eat my fill at
the Sun Ray Grill, stock
up on musli and soup
mix at Whole Foods, and
poke through the used
bookshops in the French
Quarter (if we bother
to venture into that
. neighborhood at all) and
junk shop on Magazine
Street. I'll catch a show
or two at Le Chat Noir, Le
.Petit Theatre or Rivertown
Repertory Theatre. But
after a.couple days, I'm
eager to point the car east
and head back to Florida.
To Crestview. To home.

See a photo gallery of
Brian Hughes' evacuation
to Crestview and
return to New Orleans
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Real Estate


Crestview News Bulletii,-


Survey explores gender difference in home-buying process


Special to the News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW - It often seems
as though men and women are
from different planets, but every.
day, millions of couple's navigate
through day-to-day and even
life-altering decisions. Because
a home is the biggest purchase
most people will make in their
lifetime, Coldwell Banker Real
Estate LLC surveyed 1,000 in-
dividuals to discover how much
men and women' differ in the
home-buying process.
Coldwell Banker Real Estate
engaged International Commu-
nications Research to conduct an
omnibus survey via telephone in
May, among more than 1,000 re-
spondents. The company delved
into the inner psyche of men and
women, asking questions such as
"How long did it take for you to
know that the last home you pur-
chased was right for you?" and
"If you found, the home of your
dreams but had concerns about
its security, would you still be in-


terested? Coldwell Banker Real
Estate also surveyed couples on
additional topics, such as "Who
wears the pants in the relation-
ship?" when it comes to making
major financial decisions.
"The results were surprising,"
said Diann Patton, the Coldwell
Banker consumer real estate ex-
pert. "Not only did we uncover
some of the inherent differences
between men and women, but we
also pinpointed a number of ways
that the two genders are actu-
ally the same. For example, both
men and women are increasingly
concerned with having a space to
work in their homes, "something
we would not have seen 40 years
ago." She continued, "We also
found that feeling insecure about
a home's safety is a deal-breaker
for most people, regardless of
gender."
Patton noted this topic is par-
ticularly timely given that many
first-time homebuyers are hoping
to take advantage of the $8,000 tax
credit before it expires on Dec. 1.


Below are some key highlights
from the Coidwell Banker Real
Estate study.
Women may be inclined to
make up their mind more quickly
than men: When asked how long
it took before they knew their
home was "right" for them, al-
most 70 percent of women had
made up their mind the day they
walked into the house, versus 62
percent of men. Conversely, sig-
nificantly more men needed two
or more visits: (32 percent of men
versus 23 percent of women).
Women would rather live
closer to their extended family
than to their job - 55 percent of
women find it more important to
be closer to their extended fam-
ily (those that do not live in their
household) than to their job,
compared with only 37 percent of
men.
A home's security is a deal-
breaker for both men and women
- 64 percent of women said that
if they found the home of their
dreams but had concerns about


its security, they would no longer
be interested. More than half of
men agreed (5.1 percent).
No one "wears the pants in
the relationship" in terms of
major financial decisions: When
asked who wears the pants in
the relationship when it comes
to major financial decisions, such
as purchasing a home, almost
70 percent of respondents living
with their significant other said
it's actually mutual.
However, 23 percent think that
they wear the pants in the rela-
tionship, not their partner. More
men than women said this (26
percent versus 20 percent, re-
spectively).
Men and women agree on how
they would use a spare room, for
the most part: When the respon-
dents were asked how they would
use an extra 12-by-12-foot room if
it could be anything they wanted,
men and women agreed on the
top three most popular, and very
practical, responses:
*Bedroom: 25 percent


*Office/study: 15 percent
*Family room/den: 11 percent
However, men really do want
a "man Cave": Of the 8 percent
who indicated they would turn
that spare room into an enter-
tainment center, a preponder-
ance of men led the charge. In
fact, four times as many men as
women said they would use the
extra space for recreation or en-
tertainment.
In addition to providing back-
ground on the survey results,
Patton is able to offer tips for
couples who are currently going
through the process of buying a
home.
"These results further vali-
date how critical it is for couples
to recognize each other's differ-'
ences and work together, from de-
ciding (on) a neighborhood to how
to use a'spare room," she said.
"Online tools and the expertise of-
a real estate professional can be'
particularly helpful for couples,
especially if they work together
step-by-step along the way."


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Investigation of deputies' deaths continues

Burt Lopez and Skip York were fatally shot April 25 at a Crestview shooting range


Robbyn Brooks
Florida Freedom Newspapers
More than four months
after the shooting deaths
of Okaloosa County sher-
iff's deputies Burt Lopez
and Warren "Skip" York,
investigators still are sift-
ing through evidence.
"We've conducted
interviews, processed
crime scenes, and we
continue to use the infor-
mation we've gathered to
determine how the events
transpired," said Mike
Morrison with the Florida
Department of Law En-
forcement.
It is standard proce-
dure for the FDLE to be-
come involved in a case
such as this one.
Lopez and York had
gone to the Shoal River
Gun Club near Crestview
on April 25, where they
tried to arrest a suspect
for a domestic violence
incident. Joshua Cart-
wright, 28, fatally shot the
men and took off for Wal-


ton County.
Walton County law-
men killed Cartwright a
short time later in what
witnesses said was an
intense gunfight at the
intersection of U.S. High-
way 90 and US. Highway
331 in DeFuniak Springs.
"It's hard for the de-
partment and hard for the
community," Spooner said
of the deaths of York and
Lopez. "When you attack
someone in uniform who
represents society, it at-
tacks everyone."
Spooner said the Sher-
iff's Office welcomes the
FDLE's investigation so
the department can make
sure there are no training
issues that should be ad-
dressed.
"We feel confident they
were doing exactly what
they needed to be doing,"
Spooner said. "We're con-
fident they were, but you
feel better when you've
got everything from a
neutral party."
Morrison said the


FDLE can't offer a time
frame on when the inves-
tigation will be complete.
When it is, the agency's
findings will be sent to the
state attorney's office for
review.
York and Lopez were
wearing bulletproof vests
at the time they were
shot.
They were patrol dep-
uties in the north county
who had ,families with
children. Lopez joined
the agency Oct. 5, 2003,
and York joined Feb. 11,
2007.
The incident marked
only the second time depu-
ties had been killed in the
line of duty in Okaloosa
County. Anthony Forgione
was shot and killed in July
2008 when he and Special
Response Team members
entered a home on Plym-
outh Avenue to apprehend
Mark Rohlman, who had
escaped from involuntary
commitment at Fort Wal-
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DBPR finds increased compliance with

state licensing laws during statewide sweep


Special to the News Bulletin
TALLAHASSEE - On Aug. 27, the Depart-
ment of Business and Professional Reg-
ulation concluded yet another unlicensed
activity operation, finding a 29 percent
increase in the compliance rate as com-
pared to the previous statewide opera-
tion in June. Sweep operations, which
consist of visiting job sites and checking
for state-required licensure, were held
throughout Florida.
These operations protect consumers
from the personal and financial harm
that can result from hiring unlicensed in-
dividuals. Investigators visited 268 work
sites and checked a total of 725 working
individuals for state-required licensure.
DBPR issued five notices of non-compli-
ance, 18 citations, and three cease and
desists.
Throughout the past year, the Divi-
sion of Regulation has dedicated more
time and resources to combating unli-
censed activity through new and creative
efforts, such as the statewide operation,
said Secretary Charles W. Drago.
Hiring an unlicensed individual can
threaten the financial and personal safe-
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Section


Wednesday, September 2, 2009 w w w. crestvie w bulletin. c o m Page 1


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Thursday
High school volleyball
Baker at Bethlehem,JV 5
p.m./V 6 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Opp,JV 4
p.m./V 5 p.m.
JuniorVarsity football
Niceville at Crestview,
4:30 p.m.
Middle school football
Shoal River at Davidson,
6:30 p.m.

Friday
High school football
Baker at Crestview, 7
p.m.

Baker coed baseball
IBaker Area Youth
Association is hosting
registration for the fall
coed baseball league for
children ages 6-13. Sign up
Monday,Tuesday,Thursday
or Friday from 4 to 7 p.m.
Cost is $40 per child.All
games will be on Tuesday
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
FamilyYMCA flag football
and fall soccer leagues
through Sept. 14 at the
CrestviewYMCA at 298 N.
Wilson St.
The season runs Oct.
I 0-Nov. 12.
Cost is $36 forYMCA
members and $48 for non-
members.
For more information,
call the YMCA at 689-2999.

BAYA fundraiser .
The Baker Area Youth
Association is hosting 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, Ky., 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 on Sept. 12
from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m.
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.
The I-mile Fun Run is
for kids 10 and younger
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.

See BRIEFS B2


ready for rivalry game


By RANDY DICKSON
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview football players already were
thinking about Baker and this week's Bul-
letin Bowl moments after dismantling Gulf
Breeze 21-0 in Thursday's Kickoff Classic.
If the 4A Bulldogs are overlooking the 1A
Gators, then you would never know it by what
they had to say. They are treating Baker with
the same respect they might show Fort Walton
Beach or Niceville.
"We have a lot of stuff we have to work on,"
said quarterback Blake Ritchie, who threw for
80 yards and a touchdown against the Dolphins.
"We have to get after it this week and get ready
for Baker.
"We have to treat them like they are any oth-
er team. We have to treat them like they are Roy
Finch and Kody Williams (of Niceville). We can't
take anybody for granted."
Senior linebacker Ben Baber is looking for-
ward to the rivalry game.
"I'm ready for it," Baber said. "Growing up,
you always hear that cross-town rivalry, but

See BULLDOGS B2


Crestview's Chris Pickett, front, is tackled
by Gulf Breeze's Casey Meredith on Thurs-
day during the Kickoff Classic in Crestview.


--o? f, � I
Photos by NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Crestview's Jerry Siler runs for yardage on Thursday against Gulf Breeze during the Kickoff
Classic in Crestview. At top, the Crestview varsity football team runs out onto the field for
the first time this season on Thursday during the Kickoff Classic against Gulf Breeze.







Gators ready for Bulletin Bowl


Baker players know they are the underdogs


By RANDY DICKSON
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER - Things don't get
any easier for the Baker
football team this week fol-
lowing a 33-7 loss to Jay in
the Kickoff Classic. '
The Royals are gone, and
staring the Class 1A Gators
in the face is an impressive
Class 4A Crestview team
as the Gators and Bulldogs
square off in the inaugural
Bulletin B6wl.
Baker coach Bob Kel-
logg is trying to build on
the positives from the Jay
game as he gets his team
ready for Crestview.
"We started off that
game and surprisingly
looked pretty good in the
first quarter (when the
teams were scoreless), but
See GATORS B2


CLOSING IN: Natian Pfrimmer, No. 51, closes in on John Scott as he carries the
ball during practice at Baker.
*f


Bulletin

Bowl

trophy to

debut this

season

Earlier this year
when I first heard that
Baker and Crestview
might be playing each
other in football for the
first time since 2002,
my mind started to race
with ways to promote
the game.
I thought about some
of the
great
college
rivalries,
such as
Alabama
and
Auburn's
NORTH END Iron.
ZONE Bowl or
Randy Dickson the Egg
Bowl
that is played between
Mississippi and
Mississippi State each
November.
When Oklahoma and
Texas meet in their
annual war, it's known
as the "Battle of the Red
River." Having a "Battle
of the Yellow River" just
didn't have the same
ring to it.
When I was with the
Loudon County News.
Herald in Tennessee,
the local schools, Lenoir
City and Loudon,
played in the "Battle
of the Bridge," and the
trophy was symbolic
of the bridge over the
Tennessee River on
Highway 11 that joins
the two communities.
Alas, while it is a
sturdy structure, the
Yellow River bridge isn't
that impressive either.
So what was a sports
editor to do?
That's when I came
up with the idea of the
Bulletin Bowl.
I floated the idea past
publisher Jason Mobley
and former editor
Kyle Wright, and both
gave their enthusiastic
approval.
Each year, the
winner of the Bulletin
Bowl will keep the
trophy for a year. The
score from the game
will be engraved in
the trophy as a lasting
record in the series.
Some might ask,
"Why give a trophy for
a game that has been
played only twice in
the past 40 years and
might not be played for
another 40 years after
the 2010 meeting?"
I would say to give
the teams something
tangible they can hold
.onto for a year as they
cherish the victory.
I'm not so naive as to
think a trophy is enough
to keep the game going,
but maybe it can serve
as some incentive and
will join the Baker and
Crestview communities
in a celebration of high
school sports.
I work with people
who have connections
to both Crestview
and Baker. There are
families throughout the
community that have
divided households
where one spouse
attended Baker and
the other Crestview
or vice versa. Some of
the parents of players
attended "the other
school."
Even the head
coaches, Matt Brunson
of Crestview and Bob
Kellogg of Baker, have
ties to the other school.
See END ZONE B2


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B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Wednesday, September 2, 2009


ON THE RUN: Jacob Ates carries the ball
recent afternoon practice.


GATORS from page B1


then their experience and
our inexperience surfaced,
and we started making
rookie mistakes and that
kind of stuff," Kellogg said.
"I really wasn't down on
the way we played. I was
down on that we made a
lot of silly (first game) mis-
takes.
"Even as bad as it was
(the final score), I still be-
lieve we were competitive
long enough where if we
grow, we've got.a chance."
Kellogg probably feels
like the Gators are jump-
'ing out of the frying pan
with Jay and into the fire'
with Crestview.
"The thing we have to
do is execute and don't
put ourselves ip negative
situations," he said. "The
biggest factor that is going
to come in is their speed
against our lack of it.
Watching Crestview, ath-
letically and speed wise,
this might be the best
team I've seen there in a
lot of years.
"The thing we've got.to
do is slow the game down.
We can't get in a hurry.
We've got to let that clock
run."
And while the game
would seem to be a mis-


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
as Logan Wagner closes in during a


match, Kellogg wants the
Gators to get the most out
of the experience.
"Our kids are going to
line up and play," he said.
"This is going to be an
exciting game. They are
going to experience an en-
vironment they've never
experienced before.
"They are going to go
over there, and that place is
going to be.packed. That's
something you want to
experience in high school
with the big crowd in the
big venue and that kind of
stuff. We will go out there
and see whathappens."
The Gators are ready to
see how they fare against
the Dawgs.
"We have to go in there
with the mind-set that we
can beat them and any-
thing can happen; if the
ball bounces our way a few
times, we could come out on
top," Dakota Hooper said.
"We are the only two teams
in this part of the county.
"Everybody has friends
from Crestview, and you
are always talking about
the game, especially this
year."
Christian Mainor at-
tends church with several
Bulldogs and is a good


friend of CHS linebacker
Ben Baber, and those
friendships will serve as
an extra motivation Friday
night.
"Me and Ben are pret-
ty good friends," Mainor
said. "We've known each
other a pretty good while,
but yeah, I think if we play
hard and use our strengths
to our advantage, I think
we will be alright.
"Crestview's a big
tough team, so we've got a
little glimpse (playing Jay)
of what the size factor and
strength factor can do, so
I think we've got a little
bit of taste of what Crest-
view is going to be like. I
just think it's going to be a
challenge and a fun game.
I think it's going to be a
pretty good game."
Jett Feltner added a
final word in what he ex-
pects when the teams take
the field of Jack Foster
Stadium.
"I think it's going to be
pretty intense," he said.
"There is going to be a lot
emotion and a lot of hoot-
ing and hollering. It's defi-
nitely going to fill the sta-
dium up pretty good. We
just have to go in and be
pretty intense, too."


HERITAGE PLANTATION COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
'NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR
2009/2010 BUDGET; AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE IMPOSITION
OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS, ADOPTION OF AN
ASSESSMENT ROLL, AND THE LEVY, COLLECTION, AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE
SAME; AND NOTICE OF REGULAR BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING.
* The Board of Supervisors for the Heritage Plantation Community Development District
will hold two public hearings and a regular meeting on Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 1:00 p.m.
at the office of Carr, Riggs, & Ingram, LLC, located at 4460 Legendary Drive, Suite 100, Destin, FL
32541.
The purpose of the first public hearing is to receive public comment and objections on the Fiscal
'Year 2010 Proposed Budget. The first public hearing is being conducted pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida
Statutes. The purpose of the second public hearing is to consider the imposition of special assessments
to fund the District's proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2010 upon the lands, located within the District, a
depiction of which lands is shown below, consider the adoption of an assessment roll, and to provide for
the levy, collection, and enforcement of the assessments. The second public hearing is being conducted
pursuant to Florida law including Chapters 190 and 197, Florida Statutes. At the conclusion of the public
hearings, the Board will, by resolution, adopt a budget and levy assessments, as finally approved by the
Board. A regular board meeting of the District will also be held where the Board may consider any other
business that may properly come before it.
A copy of the proposed budget, preliminary assessment roll, and the agenda for the hearings
and meeting may be obtained at the offices of the District Manager, located at 120 Richard Jackson Blvd.,
Suite 220, Panama City Beach, FL 32407, Ph: (850) 334-9055, during normal business hours.
The special assessments are annually recurring assessments and are in addition to previously
levied debt assessments. The table below presents the proposed schedule of operation and maintenance
assessments. Amounts are preliminary and subject to change at the hearing and in any future year. The
amounts are subject to early payment discount as afforded by law.


Unit of Measurement
Single Family
Acre


Per Unit 2010
O&M Assessment
$417
$869.38


The tax collector will collect the assessments for platted lots. The District will directly collect
the assessments for unplatted acreage, and will be sending out a bill in November 2009. For delinquent
assessments that were initially directly billed by the District, the District may initiate a foreclosure action
or may place the delinquent assessments on the next year's county tax bill.
- Failure to pay the assessments will cause a tax certificate to be issued against the property which
may result in a loss of title. All affected property owners have the right to appear at the public hearings and
the right to file written objections with the District within twenty (20) days of publication of this notice.
The public hearings and meeting are open to the public and will be conducted in accordance with
the provisions of Florida Law for Community Development Districts. The public hearings and meeting
may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specified on the record at the hearings or meeting.
There may be occasions when staff or board members may participate by speaker telephone.
Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting because of a disability or
physical impairment should contact the District Office at (813) 933-5571 at least forty-eight (48) hours
prior to the meeting. If you are hearing
or speech impaired, please contact the - -.. ' .
Florida Relay Service at (800) 955-8770 x-. -
for aid in contacting the District Office.
Each person who decides to District Location
appeal any decision made by the Board
with respect to any matter considered . ' _/
at the public hearings or meeting is - - -- ...
advised that person will need a record
of proceedings and that accordingly,
the person may need to ensure that a I
verbatim record, of the proceedings
is made, including the testimony and Drive
evidence upon which such appeal is to
bebased. ,'a
Pete Williams /
District Manager


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BULLDOGS from page B]


I've never played Baker.
I played them in the sev-
enth grade in a little scrim-
mage.
"It's one of those times
when you have to get out
there and have fun. You have
to treat them like you do any
other team. You have to go
out and play with them."
Baber goes to church
with some of the Gators
and knows the attitude
they'll bring to the game.
"I've got some friends
on that team, and I know
their athletes," he said.
"They get after it and don't
give up. That's the good
thing about them is they
play hard.
"Christian Mainor is one


of my really good friends,
and we go to church to-
gether. I know him, and he
doesn't give up at all. He
keeps fighting."
Chris Pickett ran for 88
yards and two touchdowns
against the Dolphins as
Crestview rolled up 223
yards in total offense, but
he still sees room for im-
provement.
"It was real fun going
against Gulf Breeze," he
said. "We have to work on
our assignments and get
better as we go on.
"It's going to boost our
confidence. We have to
carry it over into Baker
and see where we go from'
there. We have a lot of good


things in the future for us."
J.T. Arnold was happy
with the way the Bulldogs
handled the Dolphins, and
he was hoping to see the
same effort against Baker.
"We played good to-
night," Arnold said. "We
executed and got things
done. We had a good per-
formance, and, hopefully,
we will carry it over into
next week in our first real
home game against Baker.
"They were once one
of our biggest rivals and
bringing them back to the
Dawg House is going to be
a big thing. We are going to
have a big crowd and beat
them, and it's going to be
fun."


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers


Crestview quarterback Blake Ritchie looks down field or
Breeze during the Kickoff Classic in Crestview.


BRIEFS from page B1

In addition, there will 16 must be accompanied by
be T-shirts, door prizes, an adult at all times. Students
refreshments and music. are encouraged to bring a
Peddler's Alley, a craft and pencil and paper with them to
yard sale event in downtown take notes.
DeFuniak Springs, will be held The hunter safety course
in conjunction with the race is required for anyone born
from 8 a.m. until noon. on or after June 1, 1975, to
The race's title sponsors purchase a Florida hunting
are CHELCO and CHELCO license.The FWC course
Services Inc. (CSI). Other satisfies hunter safety
major sponsors include WZEP training requirements for all
1460 AM Radio, PowerSouth other states and Canadian
Energy Cooperative and provinces.
Touchstone Energy. People interested in
For more information attending this course can
about Loop the Lake and register online and obtain
sponsorship opportunities, information about future
contact Kathy Morrow at 892- hunter safety classes at
5069, ext. 105, or kmorrow@ MyFWC.com/HunterSafety or
chelco.com. < by calling the FWC's regional
office in Panama City at 850-
Hunter safety 265-3676.
course offered in
Okaloosa County Knights of Columbus
The Florida Fish and . Golf Tournament
Wildlife Conservation The Knights of Columbus
Commission (FWC) is offering Council 7968 will host its
a free hunter safety'course in annual golf tournament Sept.
Okaloosa County. 19 at Foxwood Country Club
The course will be at the at 8 a.m. '
Okaloosa County Extension Cost for the tournament
Office, 127W. Hollywood is $31 for Foxwood members
Blvd. in FortWalton Beach. and $45 for non-members in a
Instruction will take place four-man format.
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and I I; the range portion of. receive an entry form, contact
the class will be Sept. 12. Pat Quinn at 683-3585 or
Children under the .age of 225-1390.


n Thursday against Gulf



ENDZONE

from page B],

Brunson played on two
state championship
teams for the Gators
in the 1980s and was
an assistant coach
when Baker won the
title in 1993. Kellogg
was a longtime Bulldog
assistant coach under
Larry Olson in 1990s.
Most people have
already marked the
game as a Bulldog win.
Those same people
probably didn't give
Appalachian State a
chance a few years
ago when it went on
to upset the Michigan
Wolverines.
There are several
reasons you play the
game.
You play to test
yourself against others.
You play to be a part of
a team, for community
pride, and, yes, always
to win.
Hopefully the
Bulletin Bowl will
become another reason
to play the game.
Kickoff is at 7 p.m.
Friday at Jack Foster
Stadium.
I'll see you there.


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Wednesday, September 2, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


New rules for keeping wildlife


Special to the News Bulletin
New rules that regulate the
keeping of captive wildlife are
now in effect. The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission (FWC) approved changes
to laws regulating captive wildlife
in June after considering staff
recommendations and gathering
input from individuals, groups
and government agencies.
New regulations provide that
U.S. Department of Agriculture-
registered research facilities
must maintain a detailed re-
search proposal and meet the
strength requirements for ages
and enclosures. The provision
does not include bison kept for
production of meat, skins or
hides, or propagation. Bison,
when kept for propagation only,
are exempt from licensing and
caging requirements.
Certain wildlife species have
been reclassified from Class II to
Class I, including cougar, chee-
tah, hyena and aardwolf. Class I
designation means the species
is among the most potentially
dangerous to humans. Class II


animals are less potentially dan-
gerous but still represent a threat
to public safety if not kept in suit-
able conditions.
A "grandfather" clause in
the rule provides that anyone
possessing Class II wildlife for
personal use will not have to ob-
tain additional permits now that
their animals' classification has
changed to Class I. All Class I
wildlife, except those for exhibi-
tion or sale, must have perma-
nent identification devices (mi-
crochips, photographs of identi-
fying distinct features, such as
tattoos, etc.). Although the new
rules are in effect, animal owners
have until Jan. 1, 2010, to comply
with the permanent identification
requirement.
The FWC also reclassified
certain wildlife species from
Class III to Class II, including the
American alligator, patas mon-
key, giraffe, okapi, tapir and cer-
tain wild species of the bovidae
(cow) family.
The experience requirements
for Class I and II wildlife posses-
sion call for documented experi-
ence in caring for the specific


family of the animal except for
crocodilians, which require expe-
rience with animals of the same
biological order.
The FWC clarified regulations
on the documentation of experi-
ence for corporations: One must
have a U.S. Department of Agri-
culture license for possession of
Class I wildlife for exhibition or
sale.
The FWC requires critical inci-
dent and disaster plans for Class
I, II and III wildlife when the
wildlife is housed or maintained
in Florida. In addition, the FWC
mandates critical incident and di-
saster plans for out-of-state per-
mit holders traveling in Florida
with Class I or II wildlife.
Barriers must be in place
when unconfined Class I or II
wildlife are on exhibit to the pub-
lic. The FWC requires prior writ-
ten approval for certain Class I
wildlife for incidental contact with
the public, such as when the ani-
mals are under supervision and
control of the permit holder or
handler but are subject to specta-
tors touching them.
Animal owners must maintain


records of animal acquisitions,
sales and transfers for three
years. Owners of Class I and Class
II animals must maintain records
of animals' births and deaths.
Wild or domestic hybrids that
are indistinguishable (having
more wild characteristics than
domestic) from the wild animal
will be regulated as wildlife. A
permit is required for personal
possession of brush-tailed opos-
sums. The new rules prohibit
personal possession of wild foxes,
skunks, bats, raccoons and white-
tailed deer.
Nonprofit captive wildlife sanc-
tuaries providing lifetime care for
unwanted or frail captive wildlife
are required to have the animals
permanently identified; the FWC
prohibits public contact with
such wildlife. People possess-
ing performing wildlife that can
no longer perform due to age or
physical condition may continue
to possess the wildlife for lifetime
care under the exhibition/sale li-
cense. These animals must also
be permanently identified.
A rehabilitation permit is not
a requirement for rehabilitating


nonnative species. Those rehabil-
itating native wildlife are required
to meet a timeline for rehabilita-
tion. It is illegal to comingle sick
or injured nonnative wildlife in
the same cage or enclosure with
sick or injured, or otherwise im-
paired, native wildlife. Nonnative
wildlife or domestic animals can
be used for fostering orphaned
native wildlife.
Rehabilitation facilities or
permitted individuals may not
release fully recovered American
alligators or American croco-
diles.
Transportation of wildlife must
be in a cage or enclosure labeled
"Live Animal." The cage or en-
closure must list the number of
specimens and the common and
scientific names of the wildlife.
If transportation is in a trailer,
the access door must be labeled
"Live Animal," and the list of the
number of specimens and their
common and scientific names
must be in the cab.
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Youth orchestra auditions planned


The Northwest Florida Sym-
phony Youth Orchestra (NFSYO)
will host auditions on Sept. 12 and
13 in the orchestra room of the Mu-
sic Wing at the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center at the Northwest Florida
State College Niceville campus.
The NFSYO is a full orches-
tra, which features more than
50 talented young musicians in
grades six to 12. The orchestra
is under the direction of Liz Ay-
lor, who is also the director of
the Symphonic Strings program
of Okaloosa County and a former
member of the Northwest Flori-
da Symphony Orchestra and the


Pensacola Symphony.
The NFSYO is sponsored by
NWF State College, the North-
west Florida Symphony-Guild and
supported by individual contribu-
tions.
Auditions for interested ad-
vanced strings will be Saturday
between' 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Wood-
winds, brass and percussionists
will be held on Sunday between 10
a.m. and 4 p.m. Weekly rehearsals
will then begin on Sept. 20 and oth-
er scheduled Sunday afternoons
from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
To receive more information
and an audition time, please send


name, age and instrument to the
following e-mail address: ima
stringteacherc@ecox.net. Those se-
lected for the youth orchestra are
required to pay membership fees
of $75-$125 per semester; some
scholarships will be available.
The NFSYO performs annual
fall and spring concerts at the Mat-
tie Kelly Arts Center and at other
local events, including performing
with the Northwest Florida Sym-
phony Orchestra for fifth-grade
students of Okaloosa and Walton ORCHESTRATION: The Northwest Florida Youth Orchestra
County schools. is sponsored by NWF State College, the Northwest
For more information, call 651- Florida Symphony Guild and supported by individual
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Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I BS


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

COUNTY OFFICE
CLOSED: The Crestview
Office of Okaloosa County
Water and Sewer will be
closed on Wednesday and
will reopen on Thursday.
LITTLE DAWGS
CHEER CLINIC: is this
Saturday at the CHS
gym from 9-12 for kids 1st
through 5th grade. The
CHS cheerleaders spon-
soring the event will play
games with participants,
and teach them cheers and
a dance.
Participants will also get
to attend the Sept. 11 game
against West Gadsden free
and will be able to cheer
with the cheerleaders dur-
ing the third quarter. Pre-
register for the clinic for $25
or sign up the morning of
the clinic for $30. Registra-
tion forms are being accept-
ed at the front office of CHS
or maybe handed in to any
CHS cheerleader by 12 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 4.
CPD CHILD SAFETY
SEAT INSPECTION: The'
first in a series of child
safety seat inspections
sponsored by the Crestview
Police Department will be
held Sept. 5 from 2 p.m. to 5
p.m. at Winn-Dixie, 1326 N.
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview.
The police depart-
ment will have certified
technicians available to
provide on-site safety seat
inspections and education


this Saturday and on the
following dates and times in
Crestview:
* Sept 12,2-5 p.m. at
Staples, 2821 S. Ferdon
Blvd.
* Sept. 19,2-5 p.m., Wal-
Mart, 3351 S. Ferdon Blvd.
* Sept. 26,2-5 p.m., Pub-
lix, 2250 S. Ferdon Blvd.
KofC SPAGHETTI DIN-
NER: Knights of Columbus.
Council 7968 of Crestview
will host their seventh
annual kick off spaghetti
dinner Sept. 12 in their hall
at 701 E. James Lee Blvd.
The menu consists of
spaghetti and meatballs,
salad and dessert, at a cost
of $10 for adults, $5 for pre-
teens and free to those un-
der age 5. It will be served
from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Tickets
may be purchased from any
Knights of Columbus mem-
ber or may be purchased at
the door.
SOUP KITCHEN
HOURS: Soup kitchens are
open three working days a
week in Crestview. Hours
are as follows: Mondays
and Fridays, 11 a.m. to 12
p.m. at First Presbyterian
Church, 492 N. Ferdon
Blvd.; and Wednesdays, 11,
a.m. to 1 p.m. at First As-
sembly of God Church, 400
S. Ferdon Blvd.
Come enjoy a free meal
and friendly company, or
come meet the staff and
sign up to help. All are wel-
come and appreciated.
OKALOOSA BUDGET
HEARING: The Board of
Okaloosa County Commis-
sioners is hosting a budget


hearing for fiscal year 2009-
10 at 6 p.m. in the Crestview
Courthouse on Main Street.
A final budget hearing
will be held at 6 p.m. Sept.
15 in the third floor Com-
mission Conference Room
at 1804 Lewis Turner Blvd.
in Fort Walton Beach.
CAR WASH FUND-
RAISER: The Dorcas
Volunteer Fire Department
will hold a car wash on Sat-
urday, Sept. 12 at Hooters,
located on Cracker Barrel
Dr. in Crestview. Cars will
be washed for donations
from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00
p.m. Proceeds from the
event will be used for the
department's community
events and emergency re-
lief fund.
COLLEGE NIGHT:
College Night, a free annual
event which features repre-
sentatives from more than
80 colleges and universities
from across the nation, will
be held Wednesday, Sept.
16 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the
College Mall (building K) of
the Northwest Florida State
College Niceville campus.
College Night provides
high school students, their
parents, and others with
the opportunity to gather
information, ask questions
and plan for college. Rep-
resentatives from NWFSC
bachelor's and associate
degree programs, student
services and financial aid
representatives will be on
hand to provide information
on NWFSC programs of
study. Details: 729-5379.
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-
ing, followed by lunch at
11:30 a.m. The program will
be Jeffrey Rink from the
Northwest Florida Sym-
phony Orchestra. Please
reserve your spot by calling
609-8075 by Sept. 10.
I A CHRISTMAS BA-
ZAAR: will be held Oct.
3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. by
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Knights of Columbus in
Crestview. To rent table
spaces, call 689-1631 after
6p.m.
DEER HUNT DRAW-
ING: The Baker Area Youth
Association is selling tickets
for an October drawing.
The winner will win a five-
day white tail deer hunt in
Christian County, Ky. at a
private 2,000 + acre lodge
Nov. 15-19 (a $2,000 value).
The trip includes five nights
of lodging, five days of hunt-
ing and $150 in cash.
Tickets are $20 each or
$100 for six. The drawing
will be held at the Oct. 24
BAYA football game. You
do not have to be present
to win.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Services drives will be held
as follows:
Thursday, Sept. 3 -
NOMC Senior Circle Class�-
room, 127A Redstone Ave.,
Crestview, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Each donor will receive a
special T-shirt; lunch will
be provided by Subway.
Details: 862-4216.


LIBRARY DONA-
TIONS: The Friends of
the Crestview Library are
asking 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, which is located
on Commerce Drive behind
the post office off State
Road 85. All types of hard-
bound and paperback books
are needed, but not maga-
zines or encyclopedias.
HOSPICE HOSTS
FOOD DRIVE: Emerald
Coast Hospice employees
are placing food collection
bags at health care facilities
and other businesses until
Sept. 18. The Crestview
collection of nonperishable
foods will be donated to the,
New Beginnings Church
food pantry. To participate,
call 689-0300 for pick up.
RED CROSS CLASSES:
in Okaloosa County are
listed below. Visit www.
yourredcross.org to reg-
ister.
Sept. 5 and 26, Babysit-
ter Training
Sept. 4,12 and 26, Stan-
dard 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. 19
Sept. 7, Blood-borne
Pathogens
Sept. 18, Pet First Aid


MISCELLANEOUS

NWF FAIR VENDORS:
The Northwest Florida
Fairgrounds is extending
an invitation to local busi-
nesses and organizations
to sign up as vendors for
the Northwest Florida
Fair planned Nov. 3-8.
More than 25,000 people
attend the fair, and ven-
dors can sign up as spon-
sors for the event as well.
Call Betty at 862-0211 or
e-mail her at betty@nwf-
fair.com for details. The
fair Web site is at www.
nwffair.com.
FLORIDA TRAIL
SCHEDULE: Visit http://
choctaw.floridatrail.org
for details on the group's
upcoming events.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club activi-
ties, call Clarice Hebinck
at (850) 581-4591 or e-mail
her at freklzl00@cox.net.
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VENDORS: are wanted
for the Sept. 25-27 Pen-
sacola Seafood Festival in
Seville Square in down-
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Local restaurant ven-
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EVENTS from page B5


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Details: 850-433-6512.

ONGOING

BIG BROTHERS BIG
SISTERS SEEKING
MENTORS: Big Brothers
Big Sisters of Northwest
Florida is looking for adult
volunteers who would
enjoy spending at least two
hours every week mentor-
ing a child. The mentors
pick their little brother
or little sister up at their
home and spend a couple
of hours doing activities
such as going to the library,
museum or park, going to
the beach, hiking, roller
skating or playing a sport.
Interested volunteers
should contact Big Broth-
ers Big Sisters for an inter-
view at 850-664-5437.
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The Crest-
view Public Library offers
one-on-one beginning skills
computer tutoring.
Appointments are
available Monday through
Friday. Come by the library
at 1445 Commerce Dr.
(behind the Post Office, or
call 682-4432 to schedule
your appointment. You will
need a library card to use
the computers. All resi-
dents of Okaloosa County
are eligible for a library
card at no cost. Just bring
in a picture ID and proof of


current street address.
SENIOR CENTER
MUSIC AND MORE: The
Crestview Senior Activity
Center at Old Spanish Trail
Park invites seniors to join
an afternoon of music from
1 to 4 p.m. every Friday.
Bring your keyboard,
guitar or other musical
instrument. Fun is the key-
word. Card and bingo days
also available. For more
information call Estelle at
682-8230.
QUARTER BINGO:
The Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every Tues-
day. The games run from
4:30 to 6 p.m. The K of C
hall is located at 701 James
Lee Boulevard, Crestview.
Come join the fun.
VOLUNTEERS:
Emerald Coast Hospice
is in need of volunteers
in the Walton-Okaloosa
area. Becoming a hos-
pice volunteer is similar
to helping a neighbor in
need. The only qualifica-
tion required is your desire
to help someone in need.
You don't need any medical
skills; you don't need a
college degree: you don't
even need to know what to
say. All you need to do is
sign up for Emerald Coast
Hospice Volunteer train-
ing. Please come and bring
a friend and see what we
have to offer. Details: Ann
O'Connor, 689-0300.
CRISIS HOTLINE/
RAPE CRISIS CENTER:
by Bridgeway provides free
confidential crisis interven-


tion, certified Rape Crisis
Center services, on-site
intake and evaluation,
suicide prevention ana
crisis stabilization. They
also provide free services
and advocacy to victims
of violent crime 24 hours
a day, 365 days a year. The
center also assists victims
of sexual assault with the
information and per-
sonal advocacy they need,
whether or not they chose
to report the crime.
Call anytime, day or
night. There is help avail-
able. Don't give up. Make
the call to 682-0101 or
244-9191.
OSTEOARTHRITIS:
Arthritis of the hip is an
early kind of osteoarthritis
that can affect people even
in their twenties and thir-
ties. When the hip joints
grow sore and stiff, every
step becomes painful, and
daily life can be a struggle?.
With assistance from some
of the world's leading
hip experts, the Ameri-
can Arthritis Society has
compiled some useful and
practical tips for self-care
and made them available
on the Society's Web site
at www.americanarthritis.
org. All of the tips are
interesting and easy to
follow.
NOARC MEETING
CHANGE: The North Oka-
loosa Amateur Radio Club
regular monthly meeting
is at 7 p.m. on the second
Thursday night of each
month. The club meets at
the Dorcas Fire Station


#42, about seven miles
east of Crestview, on Deer
Creek Road about half a
block north of Highway 90.
Club information is avail-
able on the group Web site
at www.w4aaz.org. Details:
Bob WALKER, 537-9456.
VA TOLL FREE SUI-
CIDE HOT LINE: VA's
Suicide Hot Line number is
800-273-TALK (8255).
HERITAGE CRAFT
CLASSES: The Heritage
Museum keeps traditional
handcrafts alive through
the popular and ongoing
Heritage Craft Series. Call
678-2615 to pre-register or
for more information. Pre-
registration is required for
all classes.
CHILDCARE AS-
SISTANCE: Financial
assistance for childcare is
now available through the
Early Learning Coalition
of Okaloosa and Walton
Counties for eligible low-
income families who need
help paying for child care.
Call Child Care Services
at 833-9330 or 833-9333 for
income eligibility and ap-
pointments.
HERITAGE MUSEUM
VOLUNTEERS: Use your
talent, skills and creativity
to benefit the community
and help preserve local
history.
Volunteer training is
available in all areas of
museum operations includ-
ing: exhibit tours, meet
and greet, special events
and archives. For more
information on the volun-
teer opportunities, contact


Carol Visalpatara at 678-
2615 or at cvisalpatara(@
co.okaloosa.fl.us.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS
are needed to invest their
time and skills in North
Okaloosa YMCA. If you
have a service to offer, time
to volunteer, or would like
additional information,
please contact Volunteer
Coordinator Susan Goff at
682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE EM-
ERALD COAST: Adult and
teen volunteers are need-
ed. Volunteers serve in dif-
ferent ways to assist both
the patient and the entire
family. Several methods of
volunteering are available,
including working directly
with patients, clerical,
fundraising, bereavement
and public relations op-
portunities. Details: Teresa
Smith, 689-0300.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE
SERVICES FOR PREG-
NANT WOMEN: If you are
pregnant and concerned
about alcohol and drugs,
free and confidential help
is available. All pregnant
women are eligible for
priority substance abuse
treatment services.
WISE is a program of
the Community Drug and
Alcohol Council. For more
information, call 689-4024
in Crestview.
VOLUNTEERS NEED-
ED: Volunteer Organiza-
tions Active in Disasters
needs volunteers to work in
the Emergency Operations
Center assisting county
personnel in the event of


any natural or manmade
disaster affecting Okaloosa
County.
Okaloosa County Public
Safety will open the EOC,
located at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse in
Shalimar, when a disaster
occurs. There will be a
need for data entry volun-
teers. For more informa-
tion, please contact Yvonne
Earle at 863-1530, exten-
sion 230.
BAKER BLOCK MU-
SEUM: is a good source
for local history, artifacts,
photos, and a good selec-
tion of area newspapers.
Hours are Tuesday
- Friday from 10 a.m. to
3:30 p,m., and the third
Saturday from 10 a.m. to
3:30 p.m., with special tours
available upon request.
For more information, call
the museum at 537-5714,
Jeanette Henderson at
537-4401, or e-mail baker-
museum@aol.com.
DAV NEEDS VOLUN-
TEER DRIVERS: Volun-
teers are needed to drive
the DAV van, which takes
veterans to their appoint-
ments at the VA Outpatient
Clinic in Pensacola. You
would only drive two days
per month. For further
information, contact the lo-
cal Veterans Service Office
at 601-A North Pearl St., or
call 689-5922.
SHELTER HOUSE: It
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to shelter a victim of do-
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NASCAR


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Sept. 5
Sprint Cup Series Practice - SPEED @ 10 a.m.
Sprint Cup Series Final Practice - SPEED @ noon
Nationwide Coors Light Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 1:30 p.m.
Sprint Cup Coors Ligth Pole Qualifying - SPEED @ 3:30 p.m.
Nationwide Series Countdown - ESPN2 @ 5:30 p.m.
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Camping World Truck Series SetUp - SPEED @ 8:30 p.m.
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The Next Lap ,


Sept. 6
Atlanta
Pep Boys Auto
500


Sept. 5
Atlanta
Degree V12
300 ,


Busch brothers
Saturday night's win for
Kyle Busch marked the 16th of
his career and just three behind
big brother Kurt.
Combined the brothers
account for 35 wins in the
Sprint Cup Series, which is 59
behind Bobby and Donnie
Allison.
The Allison's, members of
the famed Alabama Gang, have
94 wins between them to lead
all brother combinations.
Second is Darrell and
Michael Wdltrip with 88 wins
followed by Tim, Fonty, and


Sept. 5
Iowa
Lucas Oil
200


Sept. 4
Toledo
ARCA RE/MAX
200


making mark
Bob Flock with 62.
Terry and Bobby Labonte
are the next pair of brothers in
the sights of the Busch Brothers
with 43 wins.
Terry and Bobby are the
only two brothers to win Sprint
Cup Series titles.
Darrell and Michael Waltrip
are the only brother combina-
tion to each have Daytona 500
championships.
The only. brother combina-
tions still active are the
Waltrips, Labontes, Busch's,
and Jeff and Ward Burton.


Schrader is not slowing down, yet


Former Sprint Cup driver,
Ken Schrader, on track to race
in at least 100 events this year
- a pace he's been on for the
last 30 years - the Fenton,
Missouri favorite will add five
more next week, including
ARCA RE/MAX Series
events at Toledo Speedway
(Sept.. 4) and the DuQuoin
State Fairgrounds mile-dirt
(Sept. 7).
"Yah, I get tired," said
Schrader, "but I never get tired
of it." That's a good thing
because Schrader's itinerary
next week is going to keep
him hopping from Wednesday


through Monday. It starts at
Macon Speedway (Illinois)
Wednesday night where
Schrader is scheduled to race a
modified on the tight, high-
banked Macon dirt bullring.
Schrader is a four-time
winner at Toledo with victo-
ries in '97, '04, '05 and '06.
From Toledo, Schrader will
steer west to his own 1-55
Speedway in Pevely, Missouri
where he'll climb in his dirt
late model for more short-,
track fun Saturday night. On
Sunday, it's off to Eagle;
Nebraska to race a dirt modi-
fied..


Honeymoon in Vegas for Evernham


Ray Evernham and his
former developmental driver
Erin Crocker were married on
Wednesday night in Las
Vegas.
The ESPN Racing analyst
suffered through a rough time
a few years back when now-
baned driver Jeremy
Mayfield went public over


Place
33
34
35
36
37
38.


John Andretti
Owner
Max Jones
Robby Gordon
Teresa Earnhprdt
Detrich Mateschiltz
Kevin Buckler
James Finch


the relationship between his
then boss and teammate.
Evernham and Crocker
exchanged vows at a Las
Vegas hotel in front of imme-
diate family members and
friends.
In lieu of the honeymoon,
Erin will spend the weekend
racing in Knoxville, Iowa.


On the

Bubble
Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 1778
Points out of 34th: 122
Points ahead of 36th: 115
Driver Points
Paul Menard 2010
Robby Gordon 1900
John Andretti 1778
Scott Speed 1663
David Gilliland 1383
Brad Keselowski 1289


Robert Laberge/Getty Images)
Ron Fellows (No. 5 GoDaddy.com Chevrolet) runs through the rain on his way to winning the NAPA Auto Parts
200 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.




Oh, Canada

By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com .

Don't laugh, those were windshield wipers in your nightmares
looking back to last season's Nationwide Series stop in Montreal.
Now road racing specialist and Canadian native Ron Fellows looks
to make it two wins in a row in his homeland.
But Fellows could have some pretty stiff competition with the likes il
of Marcos Ambrose and Patrick Carpentier.
Some of the local favorites could include Jean-Francois Dumoulin _
or how about open-wheel racer Alex Tagliani.
The big thing facing all of the drivers this weekend in Montreal is
once again the threat of rain and the use of not only rain tires, but the ,
dreaded windshield wipers.
Of this years entry list, which includes a fan backed. entry for
Kenny Wallace there will be 12 international drivers overall on this
weekend's entry list.
The biggest thing to watch for is if this year's race lives up to last
year's experience many will be-saying 'Oh, Canada' all over again.
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cups-


After Sharpie 500
Driver
1. Tony Stewart
2. Jimmie Johnson
3. Jeff Gordon
4. Denny Hamlin
5. Carl Edwards
6. Kurt Busch
7. Ryan Newman
8. Greg Biffle
9. Juan Montoya
10. Mark Martin


Behind
Leader
-220
-254
-423
-454
-461
-569
-578
-589
-593


Nationwide


After Food City 250 A
Driver Behind
1. Kyle Busch Leader 1
2. Carl Edwards -248 2
3. Brad Keselowski -303 3
4. Jason Leffler -547 4
5. Justin Allgaier -1057 5
6. Steve Wallace -1115 6
7. Jason Keller -1173 7
8. Mike Bliss -1187 8
9. Brendan Gaughan -1251 9
10. Michael McDowell -1292 1


TRUCK SERIES
CAMPIN WORL
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after O'Reilly 200
Driver
. Ron Hornaday
. Matt Crafton
. Mike Skinner
. Brian Scott
. David Starr
. Todd Bodine
. Colin Braun
. Dennis Setzer
. Tyler Malsam
0. Rick Crawford


Behind
Leader
-21 1
-305
-383
-445
-464
-527
-543
-557
-567


After Allen Crowe 100
Driver Behind
1. Parker Kligerman Leader
2. Justin Lofton -35
3. Frank Kimmel . -330
4. Joey Coulter -535
5. Steve Arpini -545
6. Craig Goess' -550
7. Brian Silas -585
8. Patrick Sheltra -655
9. Tom Hessert -790
10. Robb Brent -890


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LEGAL # 100342
NOTICE OF AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Stat-
utes, there will be a
public auction Septem-
ber 27, 2009 at 8:00
A.M. for the following
described vehicles.
1999 Mercury
VIN#1MEFM50U1XA63
7531
The auction will be held
at 136 Cayson Ave.,
Crestview, Fla 32536. S
and L Auto Body has
the right to turn down
any and all bids.
09/02/2009

Legal # 100798
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000278 C
Notice is hereby given
that Augustine Russell,
as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 3228 of
2007 Assessed to: AL-
ICE MELVIN
Description: 1ST ADD
PORTERS REPLAT (OF
HOLT) BLK 23
Parcel ID:
33-3N-25-2090-0023-
0000 Opening Bid:
$794.46
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: Usa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09

Legal # 100799
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000240 C
Notice is hereby given
that D. Bresee, Keith
-Bresee, and Farrar Mc-


4
Parcel ID#:
08-3N-23-0742-0004-
0140 Opening Bid:
$18,079.65
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
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09


Legal # 100800
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


DEG W 2004.78 FT TO WILLIAM R & LAURIE


R/W S34 DEG W459.89
FT ALG CURVE 283.79
FT N39 DEG W309.24
FT ALG CURVE 441.35
FT N7 DEG E3167.36
FT S88 DEG E723.64
FT TO POB
Statutory Opening Bid:
$66,315.13
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
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09


2009 TD 000241 S Legal # 100802
Notice is hereby given NOTICE OF APPLICA-
that PPTS 452, LLC, as TION FOR TAX DEED
holder of the following
certificate, has filed 2009 TD 000243 C
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued Notice is- hereby given
thereon. The certificate that Gulf Group Hold-
number and year of is- ings, as holder of the
suance,- the name in following certificate,
which the property is has filed said certificate
assessed and the de- for a Tax Deed to be is-
scription of the prop- sued thereon. The cer-
erty is as follows: . tificate number and
Certificate # 195 of year of issuance, the
2007 Assessed to: name in which the
BABB INVESTMENTS property is assessed
LLC ' and the description of
Description: EMERALD the property is as fol-
LAKES COMMERCIAL lows:
S/D LOT 4 LESS BEG Certificate # 3139 of
NE COR LOT 4 S5 2007 Assessed to:
DEG E ANG E BDRY SHRI-JALA BAPA INC
LOT 4 98.24 FT N77 Description: COM NE
DEG W210.56 FT TO E COR NE1/4 OF NE1/4
R/W OPA-LOCKA LN W221 FT TO WLY R/W
N12 DEG E ALG R/W ST RD 85 THCSWLY
11.85 FT THC ALG ALG R/W 935 FT TO
CRV 102.27 FT THC 77 POB CONT SWLY 392
DEG E 232.47 FT TO FT W1010 FT TO SW
POB COR OF NE1/4 OF
Parcel ID#: NW1/4 N546 FT S76
00-2S-22-0985-0000- DEG E789 FT N87 DEG
0040 Opening Bid: E266 FT TO POB LESS
$51,653.08 -0042-6.31 ACRES AS
All of said property be- OR 2047/210
ing in the County of Parcel ID#:
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 32-3N-23-0000-0042-
ida. 0030 Opening Bid:
Unless the certificate is $18,719.39
redeemed according to All of said property be-
law, the property de- ing in the County of
scribed in the certifi- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
cate will be sold to the ida.
highest bidder in the Unless the certificate is
BCC Board Meeting redeemed according to
Room at the Okaloosa law, the property de-
County Courthouse, scribed in the certifi-
Crestview, Florida at cate will be sold to the
10:00 a.m. on October highest bidder in the
7,2009. BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
Dated this 18th day of County Courthouse,
August, 2009. Crestview, Florida at
DON W. HOWARD 10:00 a.m. on October
CLERK OF THE CIR- 7, 2009.
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
08/19/09 DON W. HOWARD
08/26/09 CLERK OF THE CIR-
09/02/09 CUlT COURTS
09/09/09 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09
Legal # 100801 08/26/09
09/02/09
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 09/09/09
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000242 C Legal # 100803
Notice is hereby given NOTICE OF APPLICA-
that Gulf Group Hold- TION FOR TAX DEED
wings, as holder of the
following certificate. 2009 TD 000244 C


following certificate has filed said certificate
has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be is-
for a Tax Deed to be is- sued thereon. The cer-
sued thereon. The cer- tificate number and
tificate number and year of issuance, the
year of issuance, the name in which the
name in which the property is assessed
property is assessed and the description of
and the description of the property is as fol-
the property is as fol- lows:
lows: Certificate # 1060 of
Certificate # 1354 of 2007 Assessed to:
2007 Assessed to: DUGGAN POND DEV
JOHN B SENTERFITT GROUP II LLC
Description: EDNEY Description: PARCEL
2ND ADD LOT 14 BLK A: COM NE COR W
1675.37 FT TO POB S4


Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2423 of
2007 Assessed to:


SCHUMPERT
Description: COM SW
COR N824 FT S77
DEG E275.26 FT
N534.28 FT TO POB
N106.9 FT S89 DEG
E350 FT S3 DEG
E116.2 FT N77 DEG
W100 FT S50.47 FT
N77 DEG W267 FT TO
POB
Parcel ID#:
18-3N-22-0000-0001-
002Z Opening Bid:
$4,328.82
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
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09

Legal #100804
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000245 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is Assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 401 of
2007 Assessed to:
ROBERT B & KERRY
T ANDREWS
Description: ST BARTH
@ SILVER SHELLS CA-
BANA B1
Parcel ID#:
00-2S-22-2302-0000-
00B1 Opening Bid:
$5,100.77
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
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09

Legal # 100805
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000246 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows.
Certificate # 3246 of
2007 Assessed to:
GLADYS V SMITH
Description: BEG 509
FT W OF SE COR OF
SE1.4 OF NE1 4 W85


FT N140 FT E85 FT
S140 FT TO BEG
729/448
Parcel ID#:
34-1S-24-0000-0032-
0220 Opening Bid:
$7,779.70
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
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09

Legal # 100806
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000247 S
Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 406 of
2007 Assessed to:
JDB INC
Description: ST BARTH
@ SILVER SHELLS
UNIT 1006W, PARKING
#50 & STORAGE #71
Parcel ID#:
00-2S-22-2302-0000-
1006 Opening Bid:
$47,804.01
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
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09

Legal # 100807
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000248 S
Nitico is hereby given
that Gult Group Hold-
. .. holder of the
.. ... .... , . certificate,
1 i.* said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 2399 of
2007 Assessed to:
MASAE S. SPEARS
Description: ELLIOTTS
POINT 10TH ADD LOT
28 BLK 18
Parcel ID#:
18-2S-23-080L-0018-
0280 Opening Bid:
$6,472.64
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- Dated this 18th day of
scribed in the certifi- August, 2009.
cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD
highest bidder in the CLERK OF THE CIR-
BCC Board Meeting CUIT COURTS
Room at,the Okaloosa By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at 08/19/09
10:00 a.m. on October 08/26/09
7, 2009. 09/02/09
09/09/09
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009. Legal # 100810
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
CUIT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09 2009 TD 000251 S
08/26/09 Notice is hereby given
09/02/09 that Gulf Group Hold-
09/09/09 ings, as holder of the
following certificate,
Legal # 100808 has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- sued thereon. The cer-
TION FOR TAX DEED tificate number and
year of issuance, the
2009 TD 000249 S name in which the
property is assessed
Notice is hereby given and the description of
that Gulf Group Hold- the property is as fol-
ings, as holder of the lows:
following certificate, Certificate # 846 of
has filed said certificate 2007 Assessed to:
for a Tax Deed to be is- ROBERT & JOHN W.
sued thereon. The cer- KERNEN
tificate number and Description: RACE
year of issuance, the TRACK RD S/D LOT 13
name in which the & 14 BLKA
property is assessed Parcel ID:
and the description of 02-2S-24-213A-OOOA
the property is as fol- -0130 Opening Bid:
lows: $12,814.26
Certificate # 3195 of All of said property be-
2007 Assessed to: ing in the County of
FREDA S & JOHN T Okaloosa, State of Flor-
KELLY ida.
Description: PINE Unless the certificate is
MEADOWS LOT 45 redeemed according to
BLK B law, the property de-
Parcel ID: scribed in the certifi-
33-1S-24-2060-000B- cate will be sold to the
0450 Opening Bid: highest bidder in the
$51,678.71 . CBC Board Meeting
All of said property be- Room at the Okaloosa
ing in the County of County Courthouse,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, Florida at
ida. 10:00 a.m. on October
Unless the certificate. is7, 2009.
redeemed according to
law, the property de- Dated this 18th day of
scribed in the certifi- August, 2009.
cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD
highest bidder in the CLERK OF THE CIR-
BCC Board Meeting CUlT COURTS ^
Room at the Okaloosa By: Lisa L. Guia, DC.
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at 08/19/09
10:00 a.m. on October 08/26/09
7, 2009. 09/02/09
09/09/09
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009. Legal # 100811
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
CUIT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED
By: Usa L. Guia, DC
2009 TD.000252 S
08/19/09
08/26/09 Notice is hereby given
09/02/09 that Gulf Group Hold-
09/09/09 ings, as holder of the

Legal # 100809
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000250 S '


Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold-
ings, as holder of the
following certificate, W
has filed said certificate Complete Auto Paint-
for a Tax Deed to be is- ing includes body work
sued thereon. The cer- & material $500. Also
tificate number and insurance work,
year of issuance, the deductibles not a
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and the description of
the property is as fol- P
lows: _CILD
Certificate # 113 of
2007 Assessed to:
DAVID L. TALBERT Child Care S-110, ex-
Description: COM- perienced, registered
MERCE ROW CONDO provider. 398-8832
UNIT 6
Parcel ID:
00-2S-22-0500-0000-
0060 Opening Bid:
$4,344.52
All of said property be-
ing in the County of Able Concrete
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Tear out. replacement
ida. driveways, patios. Free
Unless the certificate is' Est. Open 7 days/wk
redeemed according to Lic/Ins 850-685-6248
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the A _
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
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has filed said certificate law, the property de-
for a Tax Deed to be is- scribed in, the certifi-
sued thereon. The cer- cate will be sold to the
tificate number and highest bidder in the
year of issuance, the BCC Board Meeting
name in which the Room at the; Okaloosa
property is assessed County Courthouse,
and the description of Crestview, Florida at
the property is as fol- 10:00 a.m. on October
lows: 7, 2009.
Certificate # 2221 of
2007 Assessed to: Dated this 18th day of
DAVID WORN August, 2009. .
Description : DON W. HOWARD
BAYSHORE LOT 18 CLERK OF THE CIR-
BLK 5 CUlT COURTS
Parcel ID: By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
17-1S-22-3090-0005-
0180 Opening Bid: 08/19/09
$3,976.43 08/26/09
All of said property be- 09/02/09
ing in the County of 09/09/09 *
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is Legal # 100813
redeemed according to
law,r the property de- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
scribed in the certifi- TION FOR TAX DEED
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the 2009 TD 000254 S
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa Notice is hereby given
County Courthouse, that Gulf Group Hold-
Crestview, Florida at ings,' as holder of the
10:00 a.m. on October following certificate,
7, 2009. has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
Dated this 18th day of sued thereon. The cer-
August, 2009. tificate number and
DON W. HOWARD year of issuance, the
CLERK OF THE CIR- name in which the
CUIT COURTS property is assessed
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC and the description of
08/19/09 the property is as fol-
08/26/09 lows:
09/02/09 Certificate # 3424 of
09/09/09 2007 Assessed to:
JOSHUA T. PINE &
EARNEST EVANS
Legal # 100812 Description: 4TH ADD
GARNIER BCH LOT 3
NOTICE OF APPLICA- BLK 2 681/157
TION FOR TAX DEED Parcel ID:
n2009 TD 000253 S 02-2S-24-1004-0002-
2009 TD 000253 S 0030 Opening Bid:
Notice is hereby given $3,782.87
that Gulf Group Hold- All of said property be-
ins, as holder of the ing in the County of
oings, as hlerofictheOkaloosa, State of Flor-
following certificate, ida.
has filed said certificate Unless the certificate is
for a Tax Deed to be is- redeemed according to
sued thereon. The cer- law, the property de-
tificate number and scribed in the certifi-
year of issuance, the cate will be sold to the
name in which the highest bidder in the
property is assessed BCC Board Meeting
and the description of Room at the Okaloosa
the property is as fol- County Courthouse,
lows:County Courthouse,
Celowstificate # 511 of Crestview, Florida at
Certificate # 511 of 10:00 a.m. on October
ADRICCARTER LLC 7, 2009.
Description: TWIN Dated this 18th day of
LAKES PH II LOT 131 st2
Parcel ID August, 2009.
Parcel ID. DON W. HOWARD
00-2S-22-5331-0000- CLERK OF THE CIR-
1310 Opening Bid: CUIT COURTS
$15,096.57 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
All of said property be-
ing in the County of 08/19/09
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 08/26/09
ida. 09/02/09
Unless the certificate is 09/09/09

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Wednesday, September 2, 2009 Classifieds Crestview News Bulletin i B9



tificate number and dation to participate in Okaloosa County, Flor- Legal # 100828 33622-5018 This notice shall be
Legal #100814 Legal #100817 year of issuance, the this proceeding should Edward B. Heard and ida; together with an NMNC-CONV-R-khart- published once each
NOTICE OF APPLICA- name in which the contact Court Adminis- wife, Laura L. Heard undivided interest in NOTICEF A maier-F09069605 week for two consecu-
TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICA- property is assessed tration at 1250 N. Eglin Apartment No. 208, In- the common elements FOR STORAGE **See Americans .with tive weeks in the Crest-
TION FOR TAX DEED and the description of Parkway, Shalimar, FL, let Reef Club Condo- appurtenant thereto in Disabilities Act view News Bulletin.
2009 TD 000255 S the property is as fol- 32579; telephone num- minium, a condomin- accordance with and HOUSEHOLD GOODS IMPORTANT
2009 TD 000255 S 2009 TD 000258 S lows: ber (850) 651-7497, ium according to the subject to the cove- BELONGING TO TGOODSHE In accWITNESS my hand and
Notice is hereby given Certificate# 3422 of prior to the proceeding. Declaration nants, conditions, re- PARTIES NAMED BE- the Americanc with the seal of this Court
that Gulf Group Hold- Notice is hereby given 2007 Assessed to: of Condominium strictions and terms OW AND LISTED BY e Americans with Dis- on this 21 day of Au-
ings, as holder of the that Gulf Group Hold- MARY LEE STRINGER 08/26/09 thereof, recorded in Of- and other provisions of UNIT NUMBER WILL abilities Act, persons gust, 2009.
foowinas holderrtificate ings, as holder of the Description:. NORTH 09/02/09 ficial Records Book said declaration. BE SOLD AT PUBLIC with disabilities need-
has fied said ce rtificat following certificate, HILL GARDENS LOT 1150 page 1192 of the SALE BY DAY'S ing special accommo- Don W. Howard
for a Tax Deed to be is- has filed said certificate 16 BLK 6 Public Records of Bid Forms may be pro- dAc-RAT MINI STOR- nation to participate in Clerk of the Court
f or a Tax Deed to be is- for a Tax Deed to be is- Parcel ID: Legal # 100824 Okaloosa County, Flor- cured from Signet Land PAGE AT THE this proceeding should By: Anita Cantrall
tificate number and sued thereon. The cer- 13-2S-24-1770-0006- ida, and pursuant to Title & Escrow, Inc. MINI-STORAGE LO contact Court Adminis- As Deputy Clerk
year of issuance the tificate number and 0160 Opening Bid: IN THE CIRCUIT Survey Plot Plan and 4980 S. Ferdon Blvd, CATED AT 2510 S tration at 101 James
year of issuance, the year of issuance, the $4,306.88 COURT OF THE : Graphic Description of Crestview, FL 32536 FERDON BV Lee Boulevard East, Invoice to & Copy to:
property is assessed name in which the All of said property be- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Improvements re- CRESTVIEW FLAAT Crestview, FL, Florida Default Law
and the description of property is assessed ing in the County of CUIT corded in Condomin- The Board reserves the 00 ACRESTV.M.EW, SFLA, AT 32536-3515; telephone Group, RL.
the property is as fo- and the. description of Okaloosa, State of Flor- IN AND FOR ium Plat Book 2, pages right to reject any and 9:00BER 17,009 ULESS number (850) RO. Box 25018
he property is as fol- the property is as fol- ida. OKALOOSA COUNTY, 146 through 150 of the all proposals and to BHAR1GES ARE PAID 689-5000, Extension Tampa, Florida
Certificate # 1260 of lows: Unless the certificate is FLORIDA Public Records of waive minor irregulari- INFLGEFORE THE 7497, prior to the pro- 33622-5018
2007 Assessed to# 1260 o certificate # 2147 of redeemed according to CIVIL ACTION Okaloosa County, Flor- ties I the proposals TIME OF SALE. ceeding. or Shalimar COUNTRY-SPECFNMA-
2007 Assessed T 2007 Assessed to: law, the property de- ida, together with the submitted. (850) 651-7497 B-Icurry-F09041688
LARRY L. &LYNNE THOMAS W. scribed in the certifi- CHASE HOM E F- undivided interest in NAME: WAYNE RADER **See Americans with
LDWE MCCALEB cate will be sold to the NANCE LLC, the Common property OKALOOSA COUNTY NAME: WAYNE RADER IMPORTANT Disabilities Act
ALLEN S/D W1/2 LOT 5 Description: CASA highest bidder in the Plaintiff, C A S E appurtenant thereto as BOARD OF UNT #76 IMPORTANT
ALLEN S/D OF LOT 6 & E1/2 LOMA 1ST ADD LOT BCC Board Meeting NO.: 08-CA-46C set out in the Declara- COUNTY COMMIS- In accordance with
LOT 7 BLK 7 19 BLK 1 Room at the Okaloosa vs. DIVISION: tion in Official'Records SIONERS 09/02/09 the Americans with Dis- In accordance with
Parcel IDBLK Parcel ID: County Courthouse, JOHN SCOTT BURKE , Book 1184, Pages 496 / abilities Act, persons the Americans with Dis-
07-1S-22-1130-0007- 16-2S-25-0351-0001- Crestview, Florida at et al, through 604, of the BY: with disabilities need- abilities Act, persons
0050 7-1 Opening BiS-22-1130-0007- 0190 Opening Bid: 10:00 a.m. on October Public Records of William J. Roberts, III, Legal # 100829 ing special accommo- with disabilities need-
$6,807.76 $2,547.00 . 7, 2009. Defendantss. Okaloosa County, Flor- Chairman dation to participate in ing special accommo-
$6,807.76All of said property be- ida. NOTICE OF SALE this proceeding should dation to participate in
nl o sid erty ing in the County of Dated this 18th day of 08/26/09 FOR STORAGE contact Court Adminis- this proceeding should
Singing the Countyof oosa, State of Flor- August, 2009. NOTICE OF RE- Carroll E. Williams 09/02/09 traction at 1250 N. Eglin contact Court Adminis-
Okaloosa, State of Flor-ida. DON W.HOWARD SCHEDULED FORE- Lot 7, Block E, Holiday HOUSEHOLD GOOS Parkway, Shalimar, FL, traction. at 101 James
ida. Unless the certificate is CLERK OF THE CIR- CLOSURE SALE Isle Residential Section BELONGING TO THE 32579; telephone num- Lee Boulevard East,
Unless the certificate Is redeemed according to CUIT COURTS No. 2, according to the Legal # 100828 PARTIES NAMED BE- ber (850) 651-7497, Crestview, FL,
Unlessthecetificates law, the property de- By: LisaL.Guia,DC NOTICE IS HEREBY plat thereof as re- LOW AND LISTED BY prior to the proceeding. 32536-3515; telephone
redeemed according to scribed in the certifi- GIVEN pursuant to an corded in Plat Book 3, IN THE CIRCUIT UNIT NUMBER WILL number (850)
law, the property d- cate will be sold to the 08/19/09 Order Rescheduling page 57, of the Public COURT OF THE BE SOLD AT PUBLIC 09/02/09 689-5000, Extension
scribed in the certifi- hi chest bidder in the 08/26/09 Foreclosure Sale dated Records of Okaloosa FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- SALE BY DAYS' 09/09/09 7497, prior to the pro-
hcatehe BiCe Board Meeting 09/02/09 August 13, 2009 and County, Florida CUlT P A C - R A T ceeding. or Shalimar
higC chest bidder in Room at the Okaloosa 09/09/09 entered in Case NO. IN AND FOR MINI-STORAGE AT LEGAL # 100835 (850) 651-7497
BCRoC Board Meeting County Courthouse, 08-CA-46C of the Cir- Glasgow Rentals, Inc., OKALOOSA COUNTY, THE MINI-STORAGE
County Courthouse, Crestview, Florida at cuit Court of the FIRST a Louisiana Corpora- FLORIDA LOCATED, AT 2510 S. NOTICE OF AUCTION IMPORTANT
Crestview, Florida aty Courthouse 10:00 am. on October Judicial Circuit in and on CIVIL ACTION FERDON BLVD.,
Crestview, Florida at 7, 009. Legal #100823 for OKALOOSA Unit No. 211-N East CRESTVIEW, FLA AT Pursuant to Section In accordance with
10:00 a.m. on October County, Florida Pass Towers Condo- BAC HOME LOANS 9:00 A.M., SEPTEM- 713.75. Florida Stat- the Americans with Dis-
7,2009. Dated this 18th day of IN THE CIRCUIT wherein CHASE HOME minium, Phase I, ac- SERVICING, LP FKA BER 17, 2009 UNLESS utes, there will be a abilities Act, persons
Dated this 18th day of Auust, 2009. COURT OF THE FINANCE LLC, is the cording to the plat COUNTRYWIDE HOME. CHARGES ARE PAID public auction Septem- with disabilities need-
Dated this 18th DON W.HOWARD FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Plaintiff and JOHN thereof recorded in LOANS SERVICING LP IN FULL BEFORE THE ber 21, 2009 at 8:00 ing special accommo-
August, 2009. CLERK OF THE CIR- CUIT SCOTT BURKE; ANY Plat Book 5, page 82 of Plaintiff, TIME OF SALE. A.M. for the following dation to participate in
DONW. HOWARD CLERK OF THE CIR IN AND FOR AND ALL UNKNOWN the Public Records of CASE NO.: described vehicles, this proceeding should
CLERK OF THE 'CIR- CUlT COURTS OKALOOSA COUNTY, PARTIES CLAIMING Okaloosa County, Flor- 46-2009-CA-004381 NAME: BETH LAFATA contact Court Adminis-
CUIT COURTS By: LisaL.Guia, DC FLORIDA BY, THROUGH, UN- ida, together with a vs. UNIT# 80 1991 Ford tration at 1250 N. Eglin
By: Usa L. Guia, DC 08/19/09 CIVIL ACTION DER, AND AGAINST 1.42% undivided share DIVISION: Vin # Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
08/26/09 THE HEREIN NAMED in the common ele- 08/26/09 2FACP74F9MX165266 32579; telephone num-
08/19/09 09/02/09 U.S. BANK NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- ments appurtenant TUNCAY GERDAN , et 09/02/09 ber (850) 651-7497,
08/26/09 09/09/09 ASSOCIATION, AS ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT thereto in accordance al, 1993 Chevrolet prior to the proceeding.
09/02/09 09/09/09 TRUSTEE FOR SASCO KNOWN TO BE DEAD with and subject to the Defendant(s). Legal # 100834 , V i n # 09/02/09
09/09/09 2005-WF4, OR ALIVE, WHETHER 'covenants, conditions, 1G1JC1240W7280562 09/09/09
_Legal # 100818 N fM , C A S E SAID UNKNOWN PAR- restrictions, terms and NOTICE OF ACTION IN THE CIRCUIT
Legal #100818 N o : TIES MAY CLAIM AN other provisions of the COURT OF THE The auction will be held LEGAL#120341
Legal #100815 NOTICE OF APPLICA 46-2008-CA-004528 INTEREST AS Declaration of Condo- TO: FIRST JUDICIAL CIR. at 861 W. James Lee
NOTICE OF APPLICA- vs. DIVISION: SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- minium of East Pass TUNCAY GERDAN CUIT Blvd, Crestview, Fla Notice of Sale For
NOTICE OF APPLCA- TION FOR TAX DEED VISEES, GRANTEES, Towers Condominium LAST KNOWN AD- IN AND FOR 32536. Danco Trans- Storage
TION FOR TAX DEED 2009TD000259C WILLIAM GRADY, at at, OR OTHER CLAIM- Phase I and the sched- DRESS: 710B N Park OKALOOSA COUNTY mission & Towing has
2009 TD 000259 C ANTS; ., MORTGAGE ules annexed thereto Blvd FLORIDA the right to turn down Household goods be-
2009 TD 000256 C Notice is hereby given Defendant(s) ELECTRONIC REGIS- as recorded in Official. Ft Walton Beach, FI CIVIL ACTION any and all bids. longing to the parties
TRATION SYSTEMS, Records Book 1286 32547 named below and
Notice is hereby given that Gulf Group Hold- INCORPORATED, AS Page 1404 of the Pub- US BANK NATIONAL 09/02/2009 listed by unit number
that Gulf Group Hold- ings, as holder of the NOTICE OF RE- NOMINEE FOR GMAC lic Records of CURRENT ADDRESS: ASSOCIATION, AS IN- LEGAL#100836 will be sold at public
that Gulf Groupoelt SCHEDULED FORE- MORTGAGE, LLCarecosa , Flo U L 100836
wings, as holder of the following certificate, SCHEDULED FORE- MORTGAGE, LLC; are Okaloosa County, Flor- UNKNOWN DENTURE TRUSTEE sale by American Self
following certificate has tile said certificate CLOSURE SALE the Defendants, I will ida. ANY AND ALL UN- CMLTI 2006-AR1, NOTICE OF AUCTION Lee B Cre
has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be s- sell to the highest and ANY AND ALL UN- Plaintiff, James Lee Blvd, Crest-
for a Tax Deed to be is- sued thereon. The cer- NOTICE IS HEREBY best bidder for cash at William E. Knight and KNOWN PARTIES CASE NO.: Pursuant to Section view, FL 32539 @
sued thereon. The cer- tificate number and GIVEN pursuant to an CRES'P/IEW: IN Janice S. Knight, hu- CLAIMING BY, 46-2009-CA-004047 713.75. Florida Stat- 10:00 a.m. September
tificate number and year of-issuance; the Order Rescheduling FRONT OF THE band and wife THROUGH, UNDER, vs. utes, there will be a 18, 2009. Unless
year of issuance the name in which the Foreclosure Sale dated CLERK'S FRONT Lot 418 Block 7, Santa AND AGAINST THE DIVISION: public auction Septem- charges are paid in full
name in which' the property is assessed August 13, 2009 and DOOR OF THE Rosa Island Subdivi- HEREIN NAMED INDI- 2120 0 before the time of sale.
property is assessed and the description of entered in Case NO. OKALOOSA COUNTY sion of Block 6 and 7 VIDUAL DEFEND- MORRIS MICKEY A.M. for the following
and the description of the property is as fol- 462008-CA-004528 of COURTHOUSE at according to the lat ANT(S)WHO ARE NOT COHN, et al, described vehicles. Unit #
the property is as fol- lows: the Circuit Court of the 11:0AM,onthe 22day thereof as record in KNOWN TO BE DEAD Defendant(s). escr es. A118-LaurenceLooze
lows: -. Certificate # 1823 of FIRST Judicial Circuit of September, 2009, Plat Book 2, page 168 OR ALIVE, WHETHER 1999Saturn A135-LaurenceLooze
Certificate # 3144 of 2007 Assessed to: in and for OKALOOSA the following described of the Public Records SAI UNKNOWN PAR- NOTICE OF ACTION V999 Sai n # A201-Kenneth Williams
2007 Assessed to: TERENCE WAYNE County, Florida property as set forth in of Okaloosa County, TIES MAY CLAIM AN 1G8ZJ527XXZ266380 9/2/2009
BEST CHOICE RE- THOMAS & GLENN & wherein U.S. BANK NA- said Final Judgment: Florida. INTEREST AS TO: 9/2/2009
ALT'rtY INC SUSAN BLACKBURN TIONAL- ASSOCIA- SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- MORRIS MICKEY The auction will be held 9/9/2009
IDescr scription:O ipG o HOLLEY TION, AS TRUSTEE LOTS 10, BLOCK 4, Kennedy Lagoon Lot, VISEES, GRANTEES, COHN Cson
COR SE1/4 OFSW1/4 GROVESOUTH LOTS WF 4,ORSASCO OAKDALE MINIATURE LLCa Florida Limited OR OTHER CLAIM- LAST KNOWN AD- restview, F a 3253Ave. LEGAL#120316
W1546.4 FT Nll DEG 5 THRU 16 & 33 BLK 7 2005-WF4, is the Plain- F A R M S Partnership ANTS DRESS: 1 1 5 0 and L Auto Body has
E336.6 FT E743 FT TO Parcel ID: tiff and WILLIAM RESUBDIVISION OF Lot 98, Block E, Holi- SANTA ROSA BOULE- the right to turn down NOTICE OF AUDIT
POB N100 FT E206.8 13-3N-22-1172-0007- GRADY; BARBARA LOTS 14 AND 15, day Isle Residential LAST KNOWN AD- VARD UNIT #322 any and all bids. REVIEW COMMITTEE
FT S4 DEG W100.2 FT 0050 Opening Bid: LISCHER; ANY AND BLOCK 13, ACCORD- Section #4 according DRESS: UNKNOWN FORT .yWALTON MEETING
W200 FT TO POB & $2,280.76 ALL UNKNOWN PAR- ING TO THE MAP OR to the plat thereof as BEACH, FL 32548 09/02/2009HERITAGE PLANTA-
FROM NE COR OF All of said property be- TIES CLAIMING BY, PLAT THEREOF AS recorded in Plat Book CURRENT ADDRESS: 09/02/2009 TION COMMUNITY
PRO W207 FT N40 FT ing in the County of THROUGH, UNDER, RECORDED IN PLAT 4, Page 29 of the Pub- UNKNOWN CURRENT ADDRESS: Legal # 100837 DEVELOPMENT DIS-
E209.5 FT TO R/W SR Okaioosa, State of Flor- AND AGAINST THE BOOK 2, PAGE 119, lic , Records of UNKNOWNITRICT
85 S40 FT TO POB .19 ida. I HEREIN NAMED INDI- PUBLIC RECORDS OF Okaloosa County, Flor- YOU ARE NOTIFIED UNKNOWN THE CIRCUIT
ACC Unless the certificate is VIDUAL DEFEND- OKALOOSA COUNTY, ida. that an action to fore- ANY AND ALL UN- COURT OF THE The Board of Supervi-
Parcel ID: redeemed according to ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT FLORIDA. close a mortgage on KNOWN PARTIES FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- sors of the Heritage
32-3N-23-0000-0050- law, the property de- KNOWN TO BE DEAD A/K/A 1033 VALLEY E. FRANK KEY the following property CLAIMING BY, CUIT Plantation Community
0035 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi- OR ALIVE, WHETHER ROAD, CRESTVIEW, The Condominium Par- in OKALOOSA County, THROUGH UNDER, IN AND FOR Development District
003B Opening Bid: ct i b to te SAID U NK PAR- INA2 3FOR Development District
$25,213.40 cate willbe sold to the SAID UNKNOWN PAR- FL 325360000 cel known as Unit No. Florida: AND AGAINST THE OKALOOSA COUNTY, will hold their regular
-All of said property be- hiest bidder in the TIES MAY CLAIM AN 301 of THE CLOISTER, HEREIN NAMED INDI- FLORIDA meeting on September
ing in the County of Ro B a' tdMeeting INTEREST AS Any person claiming an A condominium ac- LOT 2, NORTH PARK VIDUAL DEFEND- CIVILACTION 10, 2009 at 1:00 p.m.
Okaloosa, State of Flor-. Room at theOkaloosa SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- interest in the surplus cording to the Declara- TOWNHOMES, AC- ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT ' (CDT) at the office of
ida. County Courthouse, VISEES, GRANTEES, from the sale, if any, tion of Condominium CORDING TO THE KNOWN TO BE DEAD COUNTRYWIDE HOME Carr, Riggs & Ingram,
Unless the certificate is restview, Florida at OR OTHER CLAIM- other than the property thereof, recorded in Of- PLAT THEREOF AS OR ALIVE, WHETHER LOANS SERVICING, LLC, located at 4460
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on October ANTS; are the Defend- owner as of the date of ficial Records Book RECORDED IN PLAT SAID UNKNOWN PAR- L.R N/K/A BAC HOME Legendary Drive, Suite
law, the property de- 7,2009. ants, I will sell to the the Lis Pendens must 1228, Page 2-59, and BOOK 21, PAGE(S) 17, TIES MAY CLAIM AN LOANS SERVICING 100, Destin, FL 32541.
scribed in the certifi- -. highest and best bid- file a claim within sixty amended in Official OF THE PUBLIC REC- INTEREST AS LP There will be an Audit
cate will be sold to the Dated this 18th day o der.for cash at CREST- (60) days after the sale. Records Book 1228, ORDS OF OKALOOSA SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- Plaintiff, Committee meeting
highest bidder in the Augst20WARD VIEW: SOUTH FRONT HA ges 60-63 of the COUNT FLORIDA. VISEES, GRANTEES, CASE NO.: prior to the onset of the
BC Board Meeting DONW. HOWARD DOOR OF THE WINESS MY HAND Public Records of OR OTHER CLAIM- 46-2009-CA-003219 Board of Supervisors'
Room at the Okaloosa CELR COURTS OKALOOSA COUNTY and the seal of this Okaloosa County, Flor- has been .filed against ANTS vs. DIVISION: meeting, beginning at
County Courthouse, CU I L. .u , COURTHOUSE Court on August 17, ida, and the plat of you and you are re- 1:00 p.m. (CDT) The
Crestview, Florida at .By:LUsa. D
Crestview, Florida at B u2009. which condominium re- quired to serve a copy LAST KNOWN AD- VICKI A. HINESLEY , et Audit Committee will
10:00 a.m. on October SHALIMAR: IN FRONT corded in Corldomin- of your written de- DRESS: UNKNOWN al, review, discuss and es-
7, 2009. 08/19/09 OF CLERK'S FRONT Don W. Howard um Plat Book 4, page fenses, if any, on or Defendant(s) tablish the evaluation
08/26/09- DOOR OF SHALIMAR Clerk of the Circuit 48-50, and before 10/05/09, on CURRENT ADDRESS: criteria for any propose,
Dated this 18th day of 09/02/09 ANNEX at 11:00AM, on Court Codominium Plat Book Florida Default Law UNKNOWN als the District receives
August, 2009. 09/09/09 the 22 day of Septem- 4, page 51, of the Pub- Group, P.L., Plaintiff's , NOTICE OF ACTION pursuant to solic-
DON W. HOWARD ber, 2009, the following lic Records of attorney, whose ad- YOU ARE NOTIFIED stations for auditing ser-
CLERK OF THE CIR- described property as ByK Brown Okaloosa County, Flor- dress is 9119 Corpo- that an action to fore- TO: vices.
CUlT COURTS Legal # 100819 set forth in said Final Deputy Clerk ida. rate Lake Drive, Suite close a mortgage on JACK HINESLEY The meeting is open to
By: Lisa L. Gula, DC Judgment: 300, Tampa, Florida the following property LAST KNOWN AD- the public and will be
NOTICE OF APPLICA- LOT 24, BLOCK 8, Publish in Crestview Prentiss A. Turman 33634, and file the orig- in OKALOOSA County, DRESS: 5897 SA- conducted, in accord-
08/19/09 TION FOR TAX DEED BEL-AIR ADDITION TO News Bulletin and wife, Pamela inal with this Court ei- Florida: RATOGA DRIVE ance with provisions of
08/26/09 FORT - WALTON Invoice To: Turman their before service on CRESTVIEW, FL Florida Law for Com-
09/02/09 2009 TD 000260 S BEACH, ACCORDING Florida Default Law Unit 203, The Aegean Plaintiff's attorney or UNIT 322, AZURE 32536 munity Development
09/09/09 TO THE PLAT Group, RL. Condominium, a con- immediately thereafter; CONDOMINIUM, TO- Districts. There may be
Notice is hereby given THEREOF; AS RE- RO. Box 25018 dominium according to otherwise a default will GETHER WITH AN UN- CURRENT ADDRESS: occasions when one or
that Gulf Group Hold- CORDED IN PLAT Tampa, Florida the declaration of con- be entered against you DIVIDED INTEREST IN UNKNOWN more Supervisors will
ings, as holder of the BOOK 2, PAGE 56, OF 33622-5018 dominium dated De- for the relief demanded THE COMMON ELE- participate by tele-
Leal #100816 following ' certificate, THE PUBLIC REC- F07066092-CHASE-SPE cember 9. 1975 in the Complaint or pe- MENTS, ACCORDING ANY AND ALL UN- phone. At the above lo-
Legal 100816 has filed said certificate ORDS OF OKALOOSA CFHLMC-R-ejayska thereof, recorded in Of- tition. TO THE DECLARA- KNOWN PARTIES cation will be present a
NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- COUNTY, FLORIDA **See Americans with ficial Record Book 825 TION OF CONDOMIN- CLAIMING BY, speaker telephone so
TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- A/K/A 158 RAINBOW Disabilities Act** page 518 through 601 This notice shall be IUM THEROF AS flE- THROUGH, UNDER, that any person can at-
tificate number and DRIVE NW, FORT IMPORTANT of the Public Records published once each CORDED IN OFFICIAL AND AGAINST THE tend the meeting at the
2009 TD 000257 C year of issuance, the WALTON BEACH, FL of Okaloosa County, week for two consecu- RECORDS BOOK HEREIN NAMED INDI- above location and be
name In which the 32548 In accordance with the Florida, and the plat of tive weeks in the Crest- 2668, AT PAGE 3215, VIDUAL OEFEND- fully informed of the
Notice is hereby given property is assessed Americans with Disa- which condominium re- view News Bulletin. AS AMENDED FROM ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT discussions taking
that Gulf Group Hold- an the description of Any person claiming an abilities Act, persons corded in Condomin- TIME TO TIME, OF KNOWN TO BE DEAD place either in person
ngs, as holder of the the property is as fol- interest in the surplus with disabilities need- -um Plat Book 1, Pages WITNESS my hand and THE PUBLIC REC- OR ALIVE, WHETHER or by telephone coin-
followin cert ficate lows: from the sale, if any, ing special accommo- 124 through 132 of the the seal of this Court ORDS OF OKALOOSA SAID UNKNOWN PAR- munication.
has filed said certificate Certificate # 308 of other than the property dation to participate in Public Records of on this 21 day of Au- C O0 U N T Y , TIES MAY CLAIM AN Pursuant to provisions
for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to: owner as of the date of this proceeding should Okaloosa County, Flor- gust, 2009. FLORIDA.TOGETHER INTEREST AS of the Americans with
sued thereon. The cer- RICHARD L & PATTI L the Lie Pendens must contact Court Adminis- ida together with an un- WITH ANY AND ALL SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- Disabilities Act, any
tificate number and MOREA file a clism within sixty tration at 101 James divided share in the Don W. Howard AMENDMENTS TO VISEES, GRANTEES, person requiring spe-
year of issuance, the Description: STONE- (60) days after the sale. Lee Boulevard East, common elements ap- Clerk of the Court THE DECLARATION OR OTHER CLAIM- cial accommodations
name in which the BRIDGE PH II @ Crestview, FL, purtenant thereto in ac- AND ANY UNDIVIDED ANTS to participate in these
property is assessed KELLY PLANTATION WITNESS MY HAND 32536-3515; telephone cordance with and sub- By: Aunita Cantrall INTEREST IN . THE meetings is asked to
and the description of LOT20 BLKJJ and the seal of this number (850) ject to the covenants, As Deputy Clerk COMMON ELEMENTS LAST KNOWN AD- advise the District Of-
the property is as fol- Parcel ID: Court on August 17, 689-5000, Extension conditions, restrictions, OR APPURTENANCES DRESS: UNKNOWN fice at (813) 933-5571,
lows: pe00-2S-22-1444-OOJJ- 2009. . 7497, prior to the pro- terms and other provi- Invoice to & Copy to: THERETO at least 48 hours before
Certificate # 1177 of 0200 Opening Bid: ceeding. or Shalimar sions.of the Declaration Florida Default Law CURRENT ADDRESS: the meetings. If you are
2007 Assessed to- WA $20,450.03 Don W. Howard (850) 651-7497 of Condominium. Group, RL has been filed against UNKNOWN .hearing or speech im-
TER VIEW DEVELOP- All of said property be- Clerk of the Circuit RO. Box 25018 you and you are re- paired, please contact
MENT LLC EVL ing in the County of Court IMPORTANT Destin Shores, LLC, Tampa, Florida quired to serve a copy the Florida Relay Serv-
D e s cri tion Okaloosa, State of Flor- By:K Brown Unit No. 106 LaCasita 33622-5018 of your written de- YOU ARE NOTIFIED ice at 1 (800) 955-8770,
RIVERCHAS S/D PH ida. Deputy Clerk In accordance with the Condominium accord- COUNTRY-SPECFNMA- fenses, if any, on or that an action to fore- who can aid you in
III LOT19BLKB Unless the certificate is Americans with Disa- ing to plat book 2, B-curry-F09057094 before 10/5/09, on close a mortgage on contacting the District
Parcel ID: redeemed according to Publish in Crestview abilities Act, persons pages 145-146 of the **See Americans with Florida Default Law the following property Office.
06-2N-23-5002-000B- law, the property de- News Bulletin with disabilities need- Public Records of Disabilities Act Group, RL., Plaintiff's in OKALOOSA County, A person who decides
0190 Opening Bid: scribed in the certifi- Invoice To: ing special accommo- Okaloosa County, Flor- IMPORTANT attorney, whose ad- Florida: to appeal any decision
$185169 cate will be sold to the Florida Default Law dation to participate in ida together with a dress is 9119 Corpo- made by the Board
All of said property be- highest bidder in the Group, L. this proceeding should 1/24th undivided share In accordance with rate Lake Drive, Suite LOT 32, BLOCK B, SIL-. with respect to any
ing in the County of BCC Board Meeting P.O. Box 25018 contact Court Adminis- in the common ele- the Americans with Dis- 300, Tampa, Florida VER OAKS PHASE matter considered at
Okaloosa, State of or- Room at the Okaloosa Tampa, Florida tration at 1250 N. Eglin ments appurtenant abilities Act, persons 33634, and file the orig- TWO, ACCORDING TO the meeting is advised
aioosa, Cae o or county Courthouse, 33622-5018 Parkway, Shalimar, FL, thereto in accordance with disabilities need- final with this Court ei- THE PLAT THEREOF that this same person
Unless the certificate is Crestview, Florida at F08066886-NMNC-CON 32579; telephone num- with and subject to the ing special accommo- other before service on AS RECORDED IN will need a record of
redeemed according to 10:00 a.m. on October V-R-khartmaier ber (850) 651-7497, covenants, conditions, dation to participate in Plaintiffs attorney or PLAT BOOK 20, the proceedings and
law, the property de- 7, 2009. **See Americans with prior to the proceeding, restrictions, terms, and this proceeding should immediately thereafter; PAGE(S) 11 AND 12, that accordingly, the
scribed in the certif- Disabilities Act** other provisions of the contact Court Adminis- otherwise a default will PUBLIC RECORDS OF person may need to
cate will be sold to the Dated this 18th day of IMPORTANT 08/26/09 declaration of LaCasita tration at 101 James be entered against you OKALOOSA COUNTY, ensure that a verbatim
highest bidder in the August, 2009. 09/02/09 Condominium and the Lee Boulevard East, for the relief demanded FLORIDA record of the proceed-
BCC Board Meeti DON W.HOWARD In accordance with the a #102schedules annexed Crestview, FL, in the Complaint or pe- ings is made, including
Room at the Okaloos CLERK OF THE CIR- Americans with Disa- Legal # 100825 thereto, as recorded in 32536-3515; telephone tuition . has been filed against the testimony and evi-
County Courthouse CUIT LCOURTS abilities Act, persons In OR Book 1149 page number (850) you and you are re- dence upon which
Crestview Florida at By: Lisa L. Guia, DC with disabilities need- OKALOOSA ISLAND 1294 of the public rec- 689-5000, Extension This notice shall be quired to serve a copy such appeal is to be
C00:0 nm ir7 Ocr7, pa-nhr 081/...ing ty special accommo- LEASEHOLD CON- words of Okaloosa 7497, prior to the pro- published once each of your written de- based.


9....... o* .. 08/16/09 nation to participate in VERSION County, Florida. ceeding. or Shalimar week for two consecu- fenses, if any, on or
7, 2009. 08/26/09 this proceeding should REQUEST FOR BIDS (850) 651-7497 tive weeks in the Crest- before 10/05/09, on Pete Williams
Dated this 18th d of 09/02/09 contact Court Adminis- ON HOLIDAY James D. Thurman, view News Bulletin. Florida Default Law District Manager
Auust, 200918th day 09/09/09 tration at 101 James ISLE/OKALOOSA IS- Condominium Unit 203 IMPORTANT Group, PL., Plaintiffs
DON W. HOWARD Lee Boulevard East, LAND PROPERTY East Pass Towers Con- WITNESS my hand and attorney, whose ad- 9/2/2009
CLERK OF THE CIR- Crestview, FL, dominium Phase I, a In accordance with the seal of this Court dress is 9119 Corpo-
CUIT COURTS Legal # 100820 32536-3515; telephone NOTICE IS HEREBY condominium, accord- the Americans with Dis- on this 20 day of Au- rate Lake Drive, Suite LEGAL#120322
By: Usa L. Gui DC NOTICE OF APPLICA number (850) GIVEN that the Board ing to the Declaration abilities Act, persons gust, 2009. 300, Tampa, Florida
By Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPLICA- 689-5000, Extension of County Commission- of Condominium with disabilities need- 33634, and file the orig- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
08/19/09ON FOR TAXDEED 7497, prior to the pro- ers of Okaloosa thereof recorded in Of- ing special accommo- Don W. Howard inal with this Court ei- TION FOR TAX DEED
08/269 29 ceeding. or Shalimar County, Florida, will ficial Records Book nation to participate in Clerk of the Court their before service on
09/02/09 (850) 651-7497 open sealed Bids on 1286, page 1404 this proceeding should By: Anita Cantrall Plaintiffs attorney or 2009 TD 000277 C
09/09/09 Notic herethe 3rd day of Sep- rerecorded in Official contact Court Adminis- As Deputy Clerk immediately thereafter;
09/0/09Notice is hereby given IMPORTANT member , 2009, at 10 Records Book 1390 tration at 1250 N. Eglin otherwise a default will Notice is hereby given
that Gulf Group Hold- AM Room 204, 302 N. page 1856, amended Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Invoice to & Copy to: be entered against you that Diana Van
............ings, as holder of the In accordance with the Wilson Street, in OR Book 1541, page 32579; telephone num- Florida Default Law for the relief demanded Oeveren, as holder of
r.ter"^ Ea following certificate, Americans with Disa- Okaloosa County 484, and OR Book ber (850) 651-7497, Group, PL. in the Complaint or pe- the following certificate,
- - has filed said certificate abilities Act, persons Courthouse Extension, 1546 pages 188, of the prior to the proceeding. RO. Box 25018 tuition. has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is- with disabilities need- Crestview, Florida, Public Records of 09/02/09 Tampa, Florida for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer- ing special accommo- from: 09/09/09


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sued thereon. The cer- BLK 18 OAKDALE MIN WITNESS MY HAND BLOCK 13, ACCORD- A/K/A 104 LONDON LINE OF LONG LEGAL#120332 owner as of the date of CORDED IN PLAT
tificate number and FARMS LOT 30 BLK 2 and the seal of this ING TO THE MAP OR AVENUE NW, FORT STREET TO A POINT the Lis Pendens must BOOK 17, PAGES 39
year of issuance, the Parcel ID: Court on August 13,, PLAT THEREOF AS WALTON BEACH, FL EAST OF BEGINNING, NOTICE OF APPLICA- file a claim within sixty AND 40, OF THE PUB-
name in which the 04-3N-23-1846-0002-0 2009. RECORDED IN PLAT 325480000 THENCE WEST TO TION FOR TAX DEED (60) days after the sale. LIC RECORDS OF
property is assessed 300 Opening Bid: BOOK 2, PAGE 119, Any person claiming an POINT OF BEGINN- WITNESS MY HAND OKALOOSA COUNTY,
and the description of $48,218.92 Don W. Howard PUBLIC RECORDS OF interest in the surplus ING. 2009 TD 000266 C and the seal of this FLORIDA.
the property is as fol- All of said property be- Clerk of the Circuit OKALOOSA COUNTY, from the sale, if any, A/K/A 622 LONG Court on August 21 A/K/A 234 PELICAN
lows: ing in the County of Court FLORIDA other than the property DRIVE, CRESTVIEW, Notice is hereby given 2009. PLACE #12 WEST,
Certificate # 1211 of Okaloosa, State of Flor- owner as of the date of FL 325390000 ' that Gulf Group Hold- DESTIN, FL 325410000
2003 Assessed to: E Z ida. By:Vicki Jackson A/K/A 1037 VALLEY the Lis Pendens must Any person claiming an ings, as holder of the Don W. Howard Any person claiming an
SENTERFITT (HEIRS Unless the certificate is Deputy Clerk ROAD, CRESTVIEW, file a claim within sixty interest in the surplus following certificate, Clerk of the Circuit interest in the surplus
OF) redeemed according to FL 32539 (60) days after the sale. from the sale, if any, has filed said certificate Court from the sale, if any,
Description: EDNEYS law, the property de- Florida Default Law WITNESS MY HAND other than the property for a Tax Deed to be is- other than the property
2ND ADD LOT 7 BLK 6 scribed in the certifi- Group, PL. Any person claiming an and the seal of this owner as of the date of sued thereon. The cer- By:Vicki Jackson owner as of the date of
Parcel ID: cate will be sold to the RO. Box 25018 interest in the surplus Court on , 2009. the Lis Pendens must tificate number and Deputy Clerk the Lis Pendens must
08-3N-23-0742-0006-0 highest bidder in the Tampa, Florida from the sale, if any, file a claim within sixty year of issuance, the file a claim within sixty
070 Opening Bid: BCC Board Meeting 33622-5018 other than the property Don W. Howard (60) days after the sale. name in which the Florida Default Law (60) days after the sale.
$5,738.38 Room at the Okaloosa owner as of the date of Clerk of the Circuit WITNESS MY HAND property is assessed Group, PL. WITNESS MY HAND
All of said property be- County Courthouse, IMPORTANT the Lis Pendens must Court and the seal of this and the description of RO. Box 25018 and the seal of this
ing in the County of Crestview, Florida at In accordance with the file a claim within sixty Court on August 17, the property is as fol- Tampa, Florida Court on August 21,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a.m. on October Americans with Disabil- (60) days after the sale. By:K. Brown 2009. lows: 33622-5018 2009.
ida. 7, 2009. cities Act, persons with WITNESS MY HAND Deputy Clerk Certificate # 3369 of
Unless the certificate is disabilities needing and the seal of this Don W. Howard 2007 Assessed to: IMPORTANT Don W. Howard
redeemed according to Dated this 18th day of special accommoda- Court on August 17, Florida Default Law Clerk of the Circuit HAROLD W & NANCY In accordance with the Clerk of the Circuit
law, the property de- August, 2009. tion to participate in 2009. Group, P.L. Court K OLLIFF Americans with Disabil- Court
scribed in the certifi- DON W. HOWARD this proceeding should P.O. Box 25018 Description: HILLTOP ities Act, persons with
cate will be sold to the CLERK OF THE CIR- contact Court Adminis- Don W. Howard .Tampa, Florida By:K. Brown ACRES LOT 17 & W5 disabilities needing By:Vickie Jackson
highest bidder in the CUIT COURTS tration at 101 James Clerk of the Circuit 33622-5018 Deputy Clerk FT LOT 19 BLK 3 special accommoda- Deputy Clerk
BCC Board Meeting By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Lee Boulevard East, Court ' Parcel ID: tion to participate in
Room at the Okaloosa Crestview, FL, IMPORTANT Florida Default Law 35-4N-23-1160-0003-0 this proceeding should Florida Default Law
County Courthouse, 08/19/2009 32536-3515; telephone By:Vicki Jackson In accordance vith the Group, RL. 180 Opening Bid: contact Court Adminis- Group, RL.
Crestview, Florida at 08/26/2009 number (850) Deputy Clerk Americans with Disabil- RO. Box 25018 $6,045.29 tration at 101 James RO. Box 25018
10:00 a.m. on October 09/02/2009 689-5000, Extension cities Act, persons with Tampa, Florida All of said property be- Lee Boulevard East, Tampa, Florida
7, 2009. 09/09/2009 7497, prior to the pro- Florida Default Law disabilities needing 33622-5018 ing in the County of Crestview, FL, 33622-5018
ceeding.* or Shalimar Group, RL. special accommoda- Okaloosa, State of Flor- 32536-3515; telephone
Dated this 18th day of LEGAL#120326 (850) 651-7497 RO. Box 25018 tion to participate in IMPORTANT ida. number -(850) IMPORTANT
August, 2009. Tampa, Florida this proceeding should In accordance with the Unless the certificate is 689-5000, Extension In accordance with the
DON W. HOWARD NOTICE OF APPLICA- IMPORTANT 33622-5018 contact Court Adminis- Americans with Disabil- redeemed according to 7497, prior to the pro- Americans with Disabil-
CLERK OF THE CIR- TIN OF TAPLCAE In accordance with the tration at 101 James cities Act, persons with law, the property de- ceeding. or Shalimar cities Act, persons with
CUlT COURTS TION FOR TAX DEED Americans with Disabil- IMPORTANT Lee Boulevard East, disabilities needing scribed in the certifi- (850) 651-7497 disabilities needing
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 2009 TD 000273 S ities Act, persons with In accordance with the Crestview, FL, special accommoda- cate will be sold to the special accommoda-
3 disabilities needing Americans with Disabil- 32536-3515; telephone tion to participate in highest bidder in the IMPORTANT tion to participate in
08/19/2009 Notice is hereby given special accommoda- cities Act, persons with number (850) this proceeding should BCC Board Meeting In accordance with the this proceeding should
08/26/2009 that Gulf Group Hold- tion to participate in disabilities needing 689-5000, Extension contact Court Adminis- Room at the Okaloosa Americans with Disabil- contact Court Adminis-
09/02/2009 wings, as holder of the tis proceeding should special accommoda- 7497, prior to the pro- tration at 101 James County Courthouse, cities Act, persons with tration at 101 James
09/09/2009 following cldertificate, contact Court Adminis- tion to participate in ceeding. or Shalimar Lee Boulevard East, Crestview, Florida at disabilities needing Lee Boulevard East,
has filed said certificate tration at 1250 N. Eglin this proceeding should (850) 651-7497 Crestview, FL, 10:00 a.m. on October special accommoda- Crestview, FL,
LEGAL#120323 hasa Tax Deed certo bcae Parkway, Shalimar, FL, contact Court Adminis- 32536-3515; telephone 7,2009. tion to participate in 32536-3515; telephone
or a axued thereed Tho be isr- 32579; telephone num- tration at 101 James IMPORTANT number (850) this proceeding should number (850)
NOTICE OF APPLICA- tificate number and ber (850) 651-7497, Lee Boulevard East, In accordance with the 689-5000, Extension Dated this 18th day of contact Court Adminis- 689-5000, Extension
TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the prior to the proceeding. Crestview, FL, Americans with Disabil- 7497, prior to the pro- August, 2009. traction at 1250 N. Eglin 7497, prior to the pro-
year meof issuance, the 32536-3515; telephone cities Act, persons with. ceeding. or Shalimar DON W. HOWARD Parkway, Shalimar, FL, ceeding. or Shalimar
2009 TD 000276 C name in which the 8/26/2009 number (850) disabilities needing (850) 651-7497 CLERK OF THE CIR- 32579; telephone num- (850) 651-7497
property is assessed 9/2/2009 689-5000, Extension special accommoda- CUlT COURTS ber (850) 651-7497,
Notice is here iven d the description of 7497, prior to the pro- tion to participate in IMPORTANT By: Lisa L. Guia, DC prior to the proceeding. IMPORTANT
that Donald and he property is as fo- LEGAL#120327 ceeding. or Shalimar this proceeding should In accordance with the In accordance with the
Mary R. Gates as hold- Certificate # 300 of NOTICE OF APPLICA- (850) 651-7497 contact Court Adminis- Americans with Disabil- 08/19/2009 9/2/2009 Americans with Disabil-
er f the flows Certificate # 300 of NOTICE OF APPLICA-tration at 1250 N. Eglin cities Act, persons with 08/26/2009 9/9/2009 cities Act, persons with
tificate, hasfiled said- L As HLEE TION FOR TAX DEED IMPORTANT Parkway, Shalimar, FL, disabilities needing 09/02/2009 disabilities needing
certificate for a Tax E WAGNER KATHLEEN In accordance with the 32579; telephone num- special accommoda- 09/09/2009 LEGAL#120334 special accommoda-
Deed to be issued De N KELLYS 2009 TD000271 S Americans with Disabil- ber (850) 651-7497, tion to participate in tion to participate in
thereon, The ert description: KELLYS cities Act, persons with prior to the proceeding. this proceedingshou LEGAL120333 NOTICE OF APPLICA- s proceedingshould
thereon. The certificate 3RD ADD DESTIN LOT Notice is hereby given disabilities needing contact Court Adminis- LEGAL#120333 NOTICE OF APPLIXA- tact Court Adminis-
suance, the name in PBLK11 ID: that Gulf Group Hold- special accommoda- 8/26/2009 tration at 1250 N. Eglin NOTICE OF APPLICATAX DEED tration at 1250 N. Eglin
which the property is 00222136100110 ings, as holder ofthe tion to participate in 9/2/2009 Parkway, Shalimar,FL, TION FOR TAX DEED 2009TD000263C Parkway, halmar, FL,


assessed andCOR NE1/4 OF SW1/4 redeemed accordpening to and the description of: has filed said certificate sued thereon. The cer- LEGAL#120335
Sscription of the prop- $9,627.51 property de- the property is as fol- intact Court Adminis- LEGAL#120329 ber (850) 651 NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- tificate number and (850) 651-7497,
eritisasfollows: Allp of$said6p5 for a Tax Deed to be is- tration at 1250 N. Eglin prior to the proceeding. thatNGulf Group Hold- prior to the proceeding.
ert295 FT W74 FT N295 scribedng in the certyifi- lowsued thereon The cr- Parkway, that Gulf Group Hold- ShalimarN FOR TAX DEED sued thFL, NOTICE OF APPLICA- Notice is hereby given ings, as holder of the 9/2/2009




FT E74 FT TO BEGcate will be sold to theCertificate # 635 ofin ings, as holder of the tificate number and name in which the TION FOR TAX DEED
2003 Assessed to: Okaloosa, State of F- year of issuance, tho: LEGAL#120328 following certfcate, 2009 TD 000268 C that Gulf Group Hold- following certificatessessed
Parcel ID: C Board Meeting GREGORY & DEBERA as(850) 651-7497, 9/2/2009 sai crtificatings, as holder of the has filed said certificate 2009
Description: BEG NE Unless-23-0000-0155-0 Room at the certificate is property is assessed prior to the proceeding2009 Tax Deed to bLEGAL#120330is- Notice is hereby given property is assessed the property is as fol-
COR NE1/4 OF SW1/4 redeemed according to and the description of 8/26/2009NoAhas filed said certificate sued thereon. The cer- LEGAL#120335
S295 FT W74 FT N295 scribed in the certifi- lows: that Gulf Group Hold- TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon.. The car- year of issuance, the NOTICE OF APPLICA-
FT E$1,788.16 CrestvieG cae will be sold to the Certificate # 635 ofnumber ings, as holder of the tificate number and name in which the TION FOR TAX DEED
720/786 hof said property b chest bidder in the 2007 Assessed to: LEGAL#120328 following certificate, 2009T 000268 C year of issuance, the property is assessed
Parking in the CountyID: BC Board Meeting GREGORY & DEBERA has filed said certificate nam e # 3421 of BRYand the description f 2009 Tollowing certif000262icate,
203N23000001550 Room at the Okaloosa O'DELL NOTICE OF APLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- Notice is hereby given property is assessed the property is as fol-OT 17 has filed said cert
010 Opening Bid: County Courthousef Description: HOLIDAY TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of lows: Notice is hereby given
$1,788.16 Crestview Florida at ISLE LOT 35 BLK E tificate number and ingsl as holder of the the property is as fol- Certificate # 2156 of that Gulf Group Hold-
Alre of saidccproperty be- 10:00 a.. on October 886/56 2009said property be- following certifica000270 S year of issuance, the following certificate lows: 2007 Assessed to: ings as holder of the
ing law, the property fde- CLERK OF T Parcel ID: name in which the has filed said certificate Certificate # 3421 of BRYAN M. KEMPSKI fol year ofing certificate,
Okaloosa, State certifFlor- UIT00-2S-24-2186- E-0 Notice is hereby given property is assessed for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to: M J Description: LOT 17 has filed aid certificate
idae will. Dated this 18th day f 350 Opening Bid: that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of sued thereon. The cer- LEE ESTATE BLK A DEER SPGS for a Tax Deed to be s-
Unless the certificate is August, 2009. $208,046.94 ings, as holder of the the property is as fol tificate number and Description: S1/2 'OF UNREC: COM NECOR sued thereon. The cer-
redeemed according to DON W. HOWARD All ofredeemed accproperty be- following certificate, lows: year of issuance, the SE4 Opening Bid: DEG E632.48W2065 FT TO the property is as fol-
law, the property de- CLERK OF THE CIR- ing in the County of has filed said certificate Certificate # 1639 f ame in which the IN1/ OF NE1/4 OF DEG E878.39ertificate FT 3100TO year of issuance, the
scribed in the certifi- CUIT, 09/02/2009COURTS Okaloosa, State of Flor- property is assessed 2 978/271 HA=1/2is- 2007 Assessed to: property is assessed to All of said property be-E POBarc21 DEG E340 FT name in which the
cate will be sold to the By0 Lisa L. Guia, DC ida. sued thereon. The cer- LEMUEL K & CHERYL and the description of Parcel ID: o 68 DEG W632.48 FT property is assessed
highest bidder in the Unless the certificate is tificate number and E FINLEY the property is as fol- 36-6N-24-0000-0004-0 N21 DEG W340 FT N68 and the description of
B7,C Board Meeting 08/19/2009 redeemed according to year of issuance, the Description: WHISPER- lows: 000 Opening Bid DEG E632.48 FT TO the property is as fol-
Room at the Okaloosa 08/26/2009 law, the propekaloosty de- name in which the ING PINES LOT 8 BLK Certificate # 3100 of $9,985.36 POB property be 1038/857 lows:
County Courthouse, 09/02/2009 scribed in Courthousifi- property is assessed 2 978/2ssd to: $32,750.22 NORTHVIEW ES- redeemeAllof said according to ing in the County ofty be- Parcel ID Certificate # 2141 of LOT 3 S87 DEG




Cret? 09 COUT OF THE Crestview, Florida at RJSG PROPERTIES All of said property beo TATES S87 DEG law, the property de- Okaloosa, State of Flor- W ALG LOT LINE 90.48
Crestview, Florida at 09/09/2009 cate will be sold to the and the description of LEMUEL K ALBICH HOLDINGS ing in the County of 16-3N-22-0000-0001-0 2007 Assessed to:
10:00 a.m. on Otober higJUDICIAL C het bidder in the the property is as fol- Parcel ID: INC Okaloosa, State of Flor- 200 Openng Bid: CJ FOOD MARTS INC
7,2009. LEGAL#120327 BCC Board Meeting lows: 11-2S-24-.265A-0002-0 Description: BEG SW ida. $2,580.07 Description: CASA
Room at the Okaloosa Certificate # 175 of 080 , Opening Bid: COR LOT 20 3RD ADD Unless the certificate is All of said property be- LOMA S/D BEG NE
Dated this 18th day of IN THE CIRCUIT County Courthouse, 2007 Assessed to: $32,750.22 TO NORTHVIEW ES- redeemed according to ing in the County of COR LOT 3 S87 DEG
August. 2009. COURT OF THE Crestview, Florida at RJSG PROPERTIES All of said property be- TATES S87 DEG law, the property de- Okaloosa, State of Flor- W ALG LOT LINE 90.48
DON W. HOWARD FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 10:00 a.m. on October LLC . ing in the County of E545.12 FT TO E SEC ascribed in the certifi- ida. FT S2 DEG E146.53 FT
CLERK OF THE CIR- CUlT 7, 2009. Description: MAR- Okaloosa, State of Flor- LINE S ALGLING cate will be sold to the Unless the certificate is TO N R/W US HWY 98
CUIT COURTS IN AND FOR BELLA CONDO UNIT ida. 499.94 FT TO N R/W highest bidder in the redeemed according to N87 DEG E ALG R/W
By: Lisa L. Gula, DC OKALOOSA COUNTY, Dated this 18th day of 5CW/ PARKING Unless the certificate is PJADAMS PKWY N87 BCC Board Meeting law, the property de- 105 FT N146.53 FT TO
FLORIDA August, 2009. #140/#147 & STOR- redeemed according to DEG W ALG R/W 398.4 Room at the Okaloosa scribed in the certifi- N LINE LOT 2 WLY
08/19/2009 CIVIL ACTION CASE DON W. HOWARD AGE#515 law, the property de- FT TO E R/W VIL- County Courthouse, cate will be sold to the ALG LINE 17.1 FT TO
08/26/2009 . NO:462008CA1766S CLERK OF THE CIR- Parcel ID: scribed in the certifi- LACREST DR THC ALG Crestview, Florida at highest bidder in the POB
09/02/2009 FILE NO:F08021172 CUIT COURTS 00-2S-22-0703-0000-0 cate will be sold to the CRV NLY 39.78 FT N12 10:00 a.m. on October BCC Board Meeting Parcel . ID:
09/09/2009 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 5CO Opening Bid: highest bidder in the DEG W484.14 FT THC 7, 2009. Room at the Okaloosa 16-2S-25-0350-0005-0
WELLS FARGO BANK, $23,148.51 BCG Board Meeting ALG CRV 7.75 FT TO County Courthouse, 020 Opening Bid:
LEGAL#120324 NA, 08/19/2009 All of said property be- Room at the Okaloosa POB Dated this 18th day of Crestview, Florida at $8,683.17
NOTICE OF APPLICA-Plaintiff, 08/26/2009 ing in the County of County Courthouse, Parcel ID: August, 2009. 10:00 a.m. on October All of said property be-
TION FOR TAX DEED vs. 09/02/2009 Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, Florida at 31-3N-23-0000-0002-0 DON W. HOWARD 7, 2009. ing in the County of
TION FOR TAX DEED vs. 09/09/2009 ida. 10:00 a.m. on October 02B Opening Bid: CLERK OF THE CIR- Okalbosa, State of Flor-
Unless the certificate is 7, 2009. $20,116.01 CUIT COURTS Dated this 18th day of ida.
2009 TD000275C TERESSA L.redeemed according to All of said property be-By:LisaL.Guia,DC August,2009. Unless the certificate is
SPRAGUE, et al, LEGAL#120328 law, the property de- Dated this 18th day of ing in the County of DON W. HOWARD redeemed according to
Notice is here given Defendant(s). IN THE scribed in the certifi- August, 2009. Okaloosa, State of Flor- 08/19/2009 CLERK OF THE CIR- law, the property de-
that Donald . and IN THE CIRCUIT cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD ida. 08/26/2009 CUlT COURTS scribed in the certifi-
Mary R. Gates, as hold- NOTICE OF RE- COURT OF THE highest bidder in the CLERK OF THE CIR- Unless the certificate is 09/02/2009 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC cate will be sold to the
ers of the following cer- SCHEDULED FORE- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- BCC Board Meeting CUIT COURTS redeemed according to 09/09/2009 highest bidder in the
tificate, has filed said CLOSURE SALE CUIT Room at the Okaloosa By: Lisa L. Guia, DC law, the property de- 08/19/2009 BCC Board Meeting
certificate for a Tax IN AND FOR County Courthouse, scribed in the certifi- 08/26/2009 Room at the Okaloosa
Deed to be issued NOTICE IS HEREBY OKALOOSA COUNTY, Crestview, Florida at 08/19/2009 cate will be sold to the LEGAL#120334 09/02/2009 County Courthouse,
thereon. The certificate GIVEN pursuant to an , FLORIDA 10:00 a.m. on October 08/26/2009 highest bidder in the 09/09/2009 Crestview Florida a
number and year of is- Order Rescheduling CIVIL ACTION CASE 7, 2009. 09/02/2009 BCC Board Meeting IN THE CIRCUIT 10:00 a.m. on October
suance, the name in Foreclosure Sale dated NO:2008CA000468C 09/09/2009 Room at the Oekalootisang COURT OF THE LEGAL#120335 7, 200a.m. on
which the property is August 12, 2009 and FILE NO:F08002255 Dated this 18th day of County Courthouse FIRST JUDICIAL CR-7,2009.
assessed and the de- entered in Case NO. August, 2009. LEGAL#120330 Crestview, Florida at CUIT IN THE CIRCUIT Dated this 18th day of
scription of the prop- 46-2008-CA-1766 S of DEUTSCHE BANK NA- DON W. HOWARD 10:00 a.m. on October IN AND FOR COURT OF THE August, 2009.
erty is as follows: the Circuit Court of the TIONAL TRUST COM- CLERK OF THE CIR- IN THE CIRCUIT 7, 2009. OKALOOSA COUNTY, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- DON W HOWARD
Certificate # 2153 of FIRST Judicial Circuit PANY AS TRUSTEE CUIT COURTS COURT OF THE FLORIDA CUIT CLERK OF THE CIR-
2003 Assessed to: in and for OKALOOSA FOR HARBORVIEW By: Lisa L. Guia, DC FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Dated this 18th day of CIVIL ACTION CASE IN AND FOR CUIT COURTS
DOROTHY & BILLY County, Florida 2007-4, CUIT August, 2009. NO:2007CA003214S OKALOOSA COUNTY, By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
HEATH wherein WELLS Plaintiff, 08/19/2009 IN AND FOR DON W. HOWARD FILE NO:F07023306 FLORIDA
Description: COM NW FARGO BANK, NA, is 08/26/2009 OKALOOSA COUNTY, CLERK OF THE CIR- CIVIL ACTION CASE 08/19/2009
COR E3802.01 FT S70 the Plaintiff and vs. 09/02/2009 FLORIDA CUlT COURTS TAYLOR, BEAN AND NO:2007CA724S FILE 08/26/2009
DEG E71.33 FT TO. TERESSA L. 09/09/2009 CIVIL ACTION CASE By: Lisa L. Guia, DC WHITAKER MORT- . NO:F07003610 09/02/2009
POB S36 DEG W290 SPRAGUE; JAMES M. JOHN BURKE, et al, NO:2007CA005068C GAGE CORPORATION, 09/09/2009
FT S53 DEG E250 FT SPRAGUE; NA[TICAL Defendant(s). LEGAL#120329 FILE NO:F07047703 08/19/2009 Plaintiff, CHASE HOME FI-
N36 DEG E416.91 FT WAY CONDOMINIUM 08/26/2009 NANCE, LLC,
TO S R/W ALG R/W ASSOCIATION, INC.; NOTICE OF RE- IN THE CIRCUIT CHASE HOME Fl- 09/02/2009 vs. Plaintiff, . LEGAL#120336
280.84 FT TO POB AS are the Defendants, I SCHEDULED FORE- COURT OF THE NANCE LLC, 09/09/2009 vs.
OR will sell to the highest CLOSURE SALE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Plaintiff, LEGAL#203 MARK B HENDON IN THE CIRCUIT
Parcel ID: and best bidder for CUlT LEGAL#120331 A/K/A MARCUS B HEN- BILLY J. BAKER, et al, COURT OF THE
01-2N-24-0000-0001-0 cash at IN FRONT OF NOTICE IS HEREBY IN AND FOR vs. DON, et al, Defendantss. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
130 Opening Bid: CLERK'S FRONT GIVEN pursuant to an OKALOOSA COUNTY, NOTICE OF APPLICA e Defendantss. CUIT
$5,128.99 DOOR OF SHALIMAR Order Rescheduling FLORIDA CHRISTOPHER W. TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE OF RE- IN AND FOR
All of said property be- ANNEX at 11:00AM, on Foreclosure Sale dated CIVIL ACTION CASE BARNES, et al, NOTICE OF RE- SCHEDULED FORE- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
ing in the County of the 14 day of Septem- August 13, 2009 and � NO:2007CA006012S Defendant(s). 2009 TD 000267 S SCHEDULED FORE- CLOSURE SALE FLORIDA
Okaloosa, State of Flor- ber, 2009, the following entered in Case NO. FILE NO:F07063876 CLOSURE SALE CIVIL ACTION CASE
ida. described property as 2008 CA 000468 C of NOTICE OF RE- Notice is hereby given NOTICE IS HEREBY NO:462008CA004842
Unless the certificate is set forth in said Final the Circuit Court of the CHASE HOME Fl- SCHEDULED FORE- that Gulf Group Hold- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an FILE:F08069854
redeemed according to Judgment: FIRST Judicial Circuit NANCE LLC CLOSURE SALE ings, as holder of the GIVEN pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
law, the property de- UNIT NUMBER 101 OF in and for OKALOOSA Plaintiff, ' following certificate, Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated GE CAPITAL MORT-
scribed in the certifi- NAUTICAL WAY CON- County, Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY has filed said certificate Foreclosure Sale dated August 19, 2009 and GAGE SERVICES,
cate will be sold to the DOMINIUM, ACCORD- wherein DEUTSCHE vs. GIVEN pursuant to an for a Tax Deed to be is- August 19, 2009 and entered in Case NO. INC.,
highest bidder in the ING TO THE PLAT BANK NATIONAL Order Rescheduling sued thereon. The cer- entered in Case NO. 2007-CA-724-S of the
BCC Board Meeting THEREOF AS RE- TRUST COMPANY AS LISA M. DELLAMANO Foreclosure Sale dated tificate number and 2007 CA 003214 S of Circuit Court of the Plaintiff,
Room at the Okaloosa CORDED IN CONDO- TRUSTEE FOR HAR- etal, August 13, 2009 and year of issuance, the the Circuit Court of the FIRST Judicial Circuit vs.
County Courthouse, MINIUM PLAT BOOK 3, BORVIEW 2007-4, is ' entered in Case NO. name in which the FIRST Judicial Circuit in and for OKALOOSA
Crestview, Florida at AT PAGES 92-93, OF the Plaintiff and JOHN Defendant(s). 2007 CA 005068 C of property is assessed in and for OKALOOSA County, Florida LUTHER JONES , et at,
10:00 a.m. on October THE PUBLIC REC- BURKE; ANY AND ALL the Circuit Court of the and the description of County, Florida wherein CHASE HOME Defendant(s).
7, 2009. ORDS OF OKALOOSA UNKNOWN PARTIES NOTICE OF RE- FIRST Judicial Circuit the property is as fol wherein TAYLOR, FINANCE, LLC, is the
COUNTY, FLORIDA. CLAIMING BY, SCHEDULED FORE- in and for OKALOOSA lows: BEAN AND WHITAKER Plaintiff and BILLY J. NOTICE OF ACTION
Dated this 18th day of TOGETHER WITH A THROUGH, UNDER, CLOSURE SALE County, Florida Certificate # 2666 of MORTGAGE CORPO- BAKER; ANY AND ALL
August, 2009. 1/20 UNDIVIDED AND AGAINST THE wherein CHASE HOME 2007 Assessed to: RATION, is the Plaintiff UNKNOWN PARTIES TO:
DON W. HOWARD SHARE IN THE COM- HEREIN NAMED INDI- NOTICE IS HEREBY FINANCE LLC, is the RICHARD & FRAN- and MARK B HENDON CLAIMING BY, THOMAS R. HOOD
CLERK OF THE CIR- MON ELEMENTS AP- VIDUAL DEFEND- GIVEN pursuant to an Plaintiff and CHRISTO- CES L DINKEL A/K/A MARCUS B HEN- THROUGH, UNDER, LAST KNOWN AD-
CUIT COURTS P U RT E N A N T ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT Order Rescheduling PHER W. BARNES; Description: LAKESIDE DON; WENDY A. HEN- AND AGAINST THE DRESS:114 E Rainbow
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC THERETO IN AC- KNOWN TO BE DEAD Foreclosure Sale dated DAWN M. BARNES; CONDO AT B/B UNIT DON; FIRST HORIZON HEREIN NAMED INDI- Dr Ft. Walton, FI 32548
8/200 ~ CORDANCE WITH OR ALIVE, WHETHER August 13, 2009 and are the Defendants, I 305WESTLAKE HOME LOAN CORPO- VIDUAL DEFEND-
08/19/2009 AND SUBJECT TO SAID UNKNOWN PAR- entered in Case NO. will sell to the highest tParcel ID: W RATION; are the De- ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT CURRENT ADDRESS:
08/26/2009 COVENANTS CONDI- TIES MAY CLAIM AN 2007 CA 006012 S of and best bidder for 22-1S-22-281B-00W- fendants, I will sell to KNOWN TO BE DEAD UNKNOWN
09/02/2009 TIONS, RESTRIC- INTEREST AS the Circuit Court of the cash at CRESTVIEW: 0305 Opening Bid: the highest and best OR ALIVE, WHETHER
09/09/2009 TIONS, TERMS AND SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- FIRST Judicial Circuit IN FRONT OF THE $5,803.01 bidder for cash at IN SAID UNKNOWN PAR- MARY ANN HOOD
-OTHER PROVISIONSVISEES, GRANTEESin and for OKALOOSA CLERK'S FRONT All of said property be- FRONT OF CLERK'S TIES MAY CLAIM AN LAST KNOWN
LEGAL#120325 OF DECLARATION OF OR OTHER CLAIM- County Florida DOOR OF THE ing in the County of FRONT DOOR OF INTEREST AS ADDRESS:114 E Rain-
CONDOMINIUM OF ANTS; MORTGAGE wherein CHASE HOME OKALOOSA COUNTY Okaloosa, State of Flor- SHALIMAR ANNEX at SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- bow Dr
NOTICE OF APPLICA- NAUTICAL WAY CON- ELECTRONIC REGIS- FINANCE LLC, is the COURTHOUSE at ida. 11:00AM, on the 23 day VISEES, GRANTEES, Ft. Walton, Fl 32548
TION FOR TAX DEED DOMINIUM AND THE TRATION SYSTEMS, Plaintiff and LISA M. 11:00AM, on the 22 day Unless the certificate is of September, 2009, OR OTHER CLAIM-
SCHEDULES AN- INC AS NOMINEE FOR DELLAMANO; are the of September, 2009, redeemed according to the following described ANTS; CHASE HOME CURRENT ADDRESS:
2009 TD 000274 C NEXED THERETO AS FIELDSTONE MORT- Defendants, I will sell to the following described law, the property de- property as set forth in FINANCE, LLC; PELI- UNKNOWN
RECORDED IN OFFI- GAGE COMPANY; are the highest and best property as set forth in scribed in the certifi- said Final Judgment: CAN PLACE OF DES-
Notice is hereby given CIAL RECORDS BOOK the Defendants, I will bidder for cash at said Final Judgment: cate will be sold to the LOT 12, BLOCK H, TIN HOMEOWNERS ANY AND ALL UN-


that Gulf Group Hold- 1192, AT PAGES sell to the highest and SHALIMAR: IN FRONT BEGIN 15 FEET rl9lgesi iuuer nn ROCKY BAYOU ES- ASSOCIATION, INC.; KNUWN -'p.gth'h
ings, as holder of the 1705-1749 OF THE best bidder for cash at OF CLERK'S FRONT SOUTH AND 30 FEET BCC Board Meeting TATES, UNIT NO. 3 are the Defendants, I CLAIMING BY,
following certificate, PUBLIC RECORDS OF CRESTVIEW: IN DOOR OF SHALIMAR EAST OF NORTH- Room at the Okaloosa ACCORDING TO THE will sell to the highest THROUGH, UNDER,
has filed said certificate OKALOOSA COUNTY, FRONT OF THE ANNEX at 11:00AM, on WEST CORNER OF County Courthouse, PLAT THEREOF AS and best bidder for AND AGAINST THE
for a Tax Deed to be is- FLORIDA. CLERK'S FRONT the 22nd day of Sep- SOUTHWEST QUAR- Crestview. Florida at RECORDED IN PLAT cash at SHALIMAR: IN HEREIN NAMED INDI-
sued thereon. The cer- DOOR OF THE member, 2009, the fol- TER OF SOUTHWEST 10:00 a.m. on October BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 27. FRONT OF CLERK'S VIDUAL DEFEND-
tificate number and A/K/A 101 GULFWINDS OKALOOSA COUNTY lowing described prop- QUARTER OF SEC- 7, 2009. OF THE PUBLIC REC- FRONT DOOR OF ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
year of issuance, the COURT UNIT 101, COURTHOUSE at erty as set forth in said TION 9, TOWNSHIP 3 Dated this 1h day of DS OF OKALOOSA SHALIMAR ANNEX at KNOWN TO BE DEAD
name in which the DESTIN, FL 32550 11:00AM, on the 22 day Final Judgment: NORTH, RANGE 23 Dated this 18th day of COUNTY FLORIDA. 11:00AMon the 21 day OR ALIVE WHETHER
property is assessed of September, 2009, LOT 1. BLOCK 3, WEST OKALOOSA August 2009. of September, 2009, SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
and the description of Any person claiming an the following described VESTA HEIGHTS AC- COUNTY. FLORIDA. DON W. HOWARD A/K/A 122 WILDER the following described TIES MAY CLAIM AN
the property is as fol- interest in the surplus property as set forth in CORDING TO THE THENCE SOUTH 110 CLERK OF THE CIR- STREET, NICEVILLE, property as set forth in INTEREST AS
lows: from the sale, if any, said Final Judgment: PLAT THEREOF AS FEET, THENCE EAST CUlT COURTS FL 32578 said Final Judgment: SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
Certificate # 1024 of other than the property LOTS 8. BLOCK 4, RECORDED IN PLAT TO WEST RIGHT OF By: Lisa L. Guia. DC LOT 2 AND 2G. PELI- VISEES, GRANTEES,
2007 Assessed to: RE- owner as of the date of OAKDALE MINIATURE BOOK 2, PAGE 86 OF WAY LINE OF LONG Any person claiming an CAN PLACE OR OTHER CLAIM-
GINA D & CHARLES D the Lis Pendens must F A R M S THE PUBLIC REC- STREET. THENCE 08/19'2009 interest in the surplus TOWNHOUSES WEST, ANTS
HENSON file a claim within sixty RESUBDIVISION OF WORDS OF OKALOOSA NORTHERLY ALONG 08/26/2009 from the sale, if any. ACCORDING TO THE
Description: RESUB (60) days after the sale. LOTS 14 AND 15. COUNTY, FLORIDA. WEST RIGHT OF WAY 09/02/2009 other than the property PLAT THEREOF RE- LAST KNOWN
09/09/2009







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Classified


Crestview News Bulletin I B 1 1


ADDRESS LINKNOWN In accordance with the Crestview, FL, l.l-etr.- ir1. rItvi
Americans with Disabil- 32536-3515; telephone Witch and Trailer, 42" Crestview
CURRENT ADDRESS: cities Act, persons with number (850) Exhaust Fans, Large SepMulti Family Yard Satle 7AM
UNKNOWN disabilities needing 689-5000, Extension Gas Heaters etc. Sept 4&5 Fri. James 3
special accommoda- 7497, prior to the pro- Bidders can view these Until 2249 W. Jamesextdo
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tion to participate in ceeding. or Shalimar items at the Depart- Lee Blvd. Next door to
that an action to fore- this proceeding should (850) 651-7497 ment of Public Services Wooley s Computers.
close a mortgage on contact Court Adminis- located at 715 N. Lots of items, to much
the following property traction at 101 James IMPORTANT Ferdon Blvd. beginning to list.
in OKALOOSA County, Lee Boulevard East, In accordance with the Monday, August 31, -
Florida- Crestview, FL, Americans with Disabil- 2009 through Thurs- Crestview
LOT 7, BLOCK 8, BEL 32536-3515; telephone cities Act, persons with day, from 7:00a.m. until Pre-Moving
AIR ADDITION TO number (850) disabilities needing 4:00 p.m. Friday 4, Sale F
FORT WALTON 689-5000, Extension special accommoda- 2009 until noon. Sale
BEACH, OKALOOSA 7497, prior to the pro- tion to participate in All bids must be sub- Sat. Sept 5, 7am-9?,
COUNTY, FLORIDA, ceeding. or Shalimar this proceeding should mitted by noon on or 3184 Skyline Dr c
ACCORDING TO THE (850)651-7497 contact Court' Adminis- before Friday, Septem- (Shoffner). Livingroom, c
PLAT THEREOF AS tration at 1250 N. Eglin ber 4, 2009. Bids will bedroom, furniture, p
RECORDED IN PLAT IMPORTANT Parkway, Shalimar, FL, be opened and tabu- many household items. P
BOOK 2 AT PAGE 56, In accordance with the 32579; telephone num- lated in City Council - v
OF THE PUBLIC REC- Americans with Disabil- ber (850) 651-7497, Chambers at 3 p.m. - 1
ORDS OF OKALOOSA cities Act, persons with prior to the proceeding. Friday September 4,
COUNTY, FLORIDA. disabilities needing 2009. All sales are final c
has been filed against special accommoda- 9/2/2009 and items will be sold, 3250
you and you are re- tion to participate in 9/9/2009 AS IS no warranty writ-
quired to serve a copy this proceeding should ten or implied. GREEN & BOILED
of your written de- contact Court Adminis- Bid sheets are availa- PEANUTS. -H
senses, if any, on or be- tration at 1250 N. Eglin ble at the city mainte- HOLLAND FARMS. T
fore October 05, 2009 Parkway, Shalimar, FL, LEGAL#120339 nance shop and only 1-877-675-6876 e
on Florida Default Law 32579; telephone num- these bid sheets will be o
Group, RL., Plaintiff's ber (850) 651-7497; IN THE CIRCUIT accepted. Bids can be c
attorney, whose ad- prior to the proceeding. COURT OFATHE mailed or hand deliv- v
dress is 9119 Corpo- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ered to the City of L
rate Lake Drive, Suite 9/2/2009 CUIT Crestview, Office of the A 3300 A
300, Tampa, Florida 9/9/2009 IN AND FOR City Clerk P.O. Box
33634, and file the orig- OKALOOSA COUNTY, 1209 Crestview, FL. 2 Plots located in the
final with this Court el- _____ FLORIDA 32536. front part of Liveoak.
other before service on LEGAL#120338 CIVIL ACTION CASE Cemetery .call
Pla ntiffs aretorvine or LEGAL#120338 NO:462008CA002808 8/29/2009 850-675-6491 Iv. mesg.
immediately thereafter; IN THE CIRCUIT FILE NO:F08029519 9/2/2009
otherwise a default will COURT OF THE U.S. BANK NATIONAL Airlines are hiring -
be entered against you FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ASSOCIATION, AS I Train for high paying
for the relief demanded CUlT TRUSTEE, ON BEHALF OAv nation Maintenance\
in the Complaint or pe- IN AND FOR OF THE HOLDERS OF I 110! Career. FAA approved
tition. OKALOOSA COUNTY, pTHE HOE -- program. Financial aid
This notice shall be FLORIDA THE HOME EQUITY Advertise in Over 100 if qualified - Housing
published once each CIVIL ACTIONORIDA ASSET TRUST 2007-3 Papers! One Call - One available. Call Aviation
week for two consecu- NO:462009CA004513 HOME THR EQUITY Order - One Payment Institute of Mainte-
week for two consecu- NO:462009CA004513 PASS-THROUGH CER- The Advertising Net- nqnce (888)349-5387.
tive weeks in the Crest- FILE NO:F09077435 TIFICATES, SERIES e Advertising Net- nnce (888)349-5387.
view News Bulletin. works of Florida - Put2 ______
WITNESS my hand and E*TRADE BANK, 2007-3,Us to work for You'
the seal of this Court Plaintiff, (866)742- 1 3 7 tend College online
on this 21 day of Au- , w w w. national - from Home. *Medical,
on this 21 day f . vsA. classifieds.com, *Business, *Paralegal,
uot war RRI L VICKY F. FLAMAND, et n f o @ n at i o n a I - *Accounting, *Criminal
DonVW. Howard TERRI L. classifieds~com Justice. Job placement
Don . aHeCowardt TRRedcalmassistance. Computer E
Clerk of the Court ROUNSAVILLE, et al, Defendant(s). .. available. Financial Aid
By: Anita Cantrall Defendant(s). if qualified. Call A
As Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF RE- (866)858-2121,
As Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF ACTION SCHEDULED FORE- 1 SO www.CenturaOnline.
Florida Default Law TO: CLOSURE SALE. White Male .5'9" 175 com. c
Florida Default Law TO: 70's Retired. Searching
Group, RL. TERRI L. NOTICE IS HEREBY for a white lady 5'5d
RO. Box 25018 ROUNSAVILLE N for a white lady 5'5
RO.Tampa, Florida LAST KNOWN ADSAVILLE GIVEN pursuant to an slender weight, ---
Tampa, Florida LAST KNOWN AD- Order Rescheduling 100-1125, 62 to early
33622-5018 DRESS:110 Gulf Foreclosure Sale dated 70's. Write RLB PO Box
Shores Drive 227 August 20, 2009 and 876, Crestview, Fla.
In accordance with the . 46-2008-CA-002808 of 850-689-8038
Americans with Disabil- CURRENT ADDRESS: .the Circuit Court of the
cities Act, persons with UNKNOWN FIRST Judicial Circuit .-- .*-..
disabilities needing in and for OKALOOSA
special accommoda. DAVID K. County FloridaPLOYMENT
tion to participate -ii ROUNSAVILLE wherein, F.S. BANK NA- i)40
this proceeding should LAST . KNOWN AD- ee .S. BANK NA- 4100 - Help WantedClbs
contact Court Adminis- DRESS: 110 Gulf TION, AS TRUSTEE, 4120- Sales
tration at 101 James Shores Drive 227 ON BEHALF OF THE 4130 - Employment
Lee Boulevard East, Destin, FI 32541 HOLDERS OF THE information
Crestview, FL, . HOLDERS OF EQUITY ASSET M "
32536-3515; telephone CURRENT ADDRESS: TRUST 2007-3 HOME MERCHANDISE
numb689-5000, Extensr o (850) UNKNOWN E Q U I T Y 3100 - Antiques a
689-5000, p Extension PASS-THROUGH CER- 3110 - Appliances 41O
7497, prior to the pro- ANY' AND ALL UN- TIFICATES, SERIES 3120- Arts & Cra1fts00
1-eeding or Shalimar KNOWN PARTIES 2007-3, is the Plaintiff 3130-Auctions Driver Trainees
(850)651-7497 CLAIMING BY, and VICKY F 3140 - Baby Items Needed Now at Wer-
THROUGH, UNDER, FLAMAND MOR 3150- Building Supplies ner Enterprises! Earn
THROUGH,"AUNDERFLAMAND; MORT-3160-Business
IMPORTANT AND AGAINST THE GAGE ELECTRONIC Equipment up to $700. per Week
In accordance with the HEREIN NAMED INDI- REGISTRATION SYS- 3170- Collectibles after training. Great
Americans with Disabil- VIDUAL DEFEND- TEMS INCORPO- 3180- Computers Benefits! No Experi-
ities Act, persons with ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT RATED, AS NOMINEE 3190- Electronics ence needed! Local
disabilities needing KNOWN TO BE DEAD FOR SAXON MORT- 3200 - Firewood 15-day CDL Training
special accommoda- OR ALIVE, WHETHER GAGESERVICES, INC.; 3220 - Furniture available With TDI
tion to participate in SAID UNKNOWN PAR- are the Defendants, I 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales 1.877-214-3624
this proceeding should TIES MAY CLAIM AN will sell to the highest 3240 - Guns _ _ _ _ _"_
contact Court Adminis- INTEREST AS and best bidder for 3250 - Good Things to Eat
ration at 1250 N. Eglin SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- a eHAbLAR: 3260 - Health & Fitness Food Srvc/Hospitality
GRANTEES, cash at SHALMAR: IN 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, VISEES, GRANTEES, FRONT OF CLERK'S 3280 - Machinery/ Grill Cooks
32579; telephone num- OR OTHER CLAIM- FRONT DOOR OF Equip3280 - Macery/ Grill Coks
br (850) 6ro51-7497, ANTS SHALIMAR ANNEX at 3290 - MedicalEqupment for Cracker Barrel, of
prior to the proceeding. 11,:00AM, on the 29 day 3300- Miscellaneous Crestview. All. shifts
LAST 9/2/2009 KNOWN of' September, 2009, 3310- MusicalInstruments 682-8804 Apply any-
9/2/2009 ADDRESS:UNKNOWN the following described 3320-Plants &,Shrubs/ time. EOE
9/9/2009 property as set forth in Supplies
CURRENT ADDRESS: said Final Judgment: 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel Project/Program Mgr
NNOWN3340 - Sportin Goods Project/Program Mgr.
UNKNOWN2LOT 7, BLOCK 4, 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Seli)
LEGAL#120337 SIXTH ADDITION TO 335 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) Project
S YOU ARE NOTIFIED GARNER BEACH, AC- Project
IN THE CIRCUIT that an action to fore- CORDING TO THE Manager/
COURT OF THE close a mortgage on PLAT THEREOF AS Estimator
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- the following property RECORDED IN PLAT 300ale ElecEstimator
CUTT in OKALOOSA County, BOOK 3, PAGE 13, OF ANTIQUES - Clock Re- Large sc Ect
IN AND FOR Florida: THE PUBLIC REC- air: Grandfathers Contractor seeking Es-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, CONDOMINIUM UNIT WORDS OF OKALOOSA Mantels, Cuckoo, Any timators and Project
FLORIDA NO. 227, EAST PASS COUNTY, FLORIDA. - Type of Clocks - 211 N. Managers for all over
CIVIL ACTION CASE TOWERS II, TO- . Main St.'Call 689-1007 the southeast area.
NO:462008CA001199 GETHER WITH AN UN- A/K/A 500 ROSS Please email your re-
FILE NO:F08011835 DIVIDED INTEREST OR ROAD, FORT WALTON n sume ec to
SHARE IN THE COM- BEACH FL 32548 info@coltinelectric.com0
INDYMAC BANK, MON ELEMENTS AP- __3150 or cal 8508620386994
F.S.B., PURTENANT Anyperonlaiingan 315 WEB ID #27870994
Plaintiff, THERETO IN AC- Any person claiming an Metal Roofing 40 yr
Paf CORDANCE WITH interest in the surplus Warranty-Buy direct
vs. AND SUBJECT TO from the sale, if any, from manufacturer 30/ Sales/Business Dev.
COVENANTS, CONDI- other than the property colors in stock, w/all
CHRISTOPHER TN RETRIC- owner as of the date of accessories. Quick turn Single Copy
IC H R I S T P H E R TIONS, RESTRIC-MN the Lis Pendens must around. Delivery availa- l eC
EILERTSEN, t al, TIONMS, EASEMENTSH file a claim within sixty ble. Gulf Coast Supply Merchandiser
Defendant(s)P TERMS, AND OTHER (60) days after thesale. & Mfg (888)393-0335
NOTICE OF RE- DECLARATION OF WITNESS MY HAND www.GulfCoastSupply. The Northwest Flor-
NOTICE OF ORE- DECLARATION OF and the seal of this com Ida Daily News, Ft.
. SCHEDULED FORE-CONDOMINIUM OF Court on August 21, Walton Beach, FL, is
CLOSURE SALE EAST PASS TOWERS 2009. . . seeking a sef- moti-
NOTICE IS HEREBYII, AS RECONDOMINIUM OF- vated energetic indi-
GIVEN pursuant to an FICIAL RECORDS Don W. Howard 3220 visual to further in-
crease our single-
Order Rescheduling BOOK 1801, PAGE lerk of the Circuit $785 Leather Sofa & copy sales by secur-
Foreclosure Sale dated 748, AND ANY Court Loveseat set, new in ing new rack loca-
August 20, 2009 and A M E N D M E N T S box. Lifetime warr. Can tions and store
entered in Case NO. THERETO; AND CON- deliver. 850-471-0330 counter sale oppor
46-2008-CA-001199 of DOMINIUM PLAT ASAll new Pilowtop Mat- tunities. Sales and
FIRST Judicial Circuit DOMINIUM PLAT By: __ tress Queen/box spring marketing and well
in and for OKALOOSA BOOK 8 PAGES 37 Fact. warr. $169 Can as previous newspa-
County, Florida THRU 45, OF THE Clerk deliver. 850-471-0330. per experience a
where INDYMAC PUBLIC RECORDS OF Publish in Crestview DEN/HOME OFFICE luse Must have de-
BANK, RF.S.B., is the OKALOOSA COUNTY, News Bulletin I FURNITURE FOR pendab car A
Plaintiff and CHRISTO- FLORIDA, AND ANY Invoice To Florida De- SALE! roper insurance. A
PHER EILERTSEN; A M E ND MENTS faut Law Group, L. Library wall, cherry fin- background check
BANK OF AMERICA, THERETO P Box2518 ish, consists of (2) ci torvwi behire-
N.A.; are the Defend- has been filed against Boxpa, Florida 6'x30"x12" end units, cleihistorywill be re-
ants, I will sell to the you and you are re- 33622-5018 and (3) 30"x30"x12" qured.
highest and best bid- quired to serve a copy middle units, all with Schedule must be
der for cash at of your written de- IMPORTANT doors w/acrylic panes, flexible. The Daily
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT tenses, if any, on or be- n accordance with the $150. (new was over
OF CLERK'S FRONT fore 10/05/2009, on Americans with Disabil- $550.) Large desk, News offers a com-
DOOR OF SHALIMAR Florida Default Law ties Act, persons with cherry finish, petitive benefit pack-
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on Group, RL., Plaintiff' disabilities "needing 5'x30"x30", with key- vacationcang si
the 29 day of Septem- attorney, whose ad- sea taccormmoda- board t & matching vactiom nd sck
ber, 2009, the following dress is 9119 Corpo- tion to participate in 2'-8" tall hutch and file ave; medical, den-
described property as rate Lake Drive, Suite this proceeding should cabinet, $50. (new was .lnvsion a4 lif
set forth in said Final 300, Tampa, Florida contact Court Adminis- $225.) Lane-brand ian Posirtion is pa
Judgment: 33634, and file the orig- traction at 101 James loveseat w/pull-out sin- ouanly ius di
LOT 105, DURANGO inal with this Court ei- Lee Boulevard East, gle bed, practically centive aeplus in-The
WINDS, ACCORDING their before service on Crestview FL new, outdoors motif Dailve pay. Theis
TO THE PLAT Plaintiff's attorney or 32536-3515; telephone fabric, $150. 2 Heavy, eual o ortunity
THEREOF AS RE- immediately thereafter; number (850) solid-construction CD e ortn
CORDED IN otherwise a default will 689-5000, Extension or DVD shelves, 24"x5', employer and
PLAT BOOK 16, be entered against you 7497, prior to the pro- oak finish, $10. ea. drug-free workplace.
PAGE(S) 6, OF THE for the relief demanded ceeding or Shalimar ($40 ea. new) Call E-mail resumeto
OPUBLOOSAC RECORDS OF in the Complaint or pe- (850) 651-7497 682-8750 jvavala@pcnh.com
OKALOOSA COUNTh, tuition. . King Mattress and 2 pc or mail to
FLORIDA. This notice shall be IMPORTANT box set. New, in plastic Jim Vavala,
AK/AA 130 DURASNO wk p r on one each In accordance with the Pillowtop. $225. 850 The News Herald
ROAD #10 DERTN te weeks in th crestu- Atiesctn person wIth- 471-0330 Can deliver P 0. Box 1940
FL 32541 view News Bulletin ties Act, persons with Mattress and Box Set, Panama City, FL
WITNESS my hand and disabilities needing Full Size Still sealed 32402.
AnyWpnthE s y ohad C special accommoda- from factory, new, Apply online at
Any person claiming an the seal of this Cour tion to participate in $129. 850 471-0330 www.emeraldcoast.
from the sale, if any, gust, 2009. contact Court Adminis- Quenn sixe hide a bed, com/employap
other than ofthee property Don W. Howard traction at 1250 N. Eglin chair, end table and No phone calls.
owner as of the date of Don W Howard Parkway, Shalimar, FL, coffee table. All match-
fithe a claimUs Pendens must Clerk of the Court 32579; telephone num- ing, asking $400. Enter-
Sda caf the sa y ber (850) 651-7497, tainment center
INESS My HAte a sD. uy: At Clerk prior to the proceeding. 61wx74h $300.00 call


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Court on August 21 Florida Default Law 9/9/2009
2009. Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018 LEGAL#120340 3 0
Don W. Howard Tampa, Florida 3230
Clerk of the Circuit 33622-5018 Notice of Sale
Court Surplus Property BakerHUGE
IMPORTANT HUGE
By:Vickie Jackson In accordance with the The City of Crestview is Yard Sale
Deputy Clerk Americans with Disabil- accepting sealed bids Sept.12th. 7am-?,
ities Act, persons with for surplus property 1420 Charile Day Rd.
Florida Default Law disabilities needing open to the general (B.A.YA. ball park).
Group, RL.. special accommoda- public through the City The B.A.YA. is host-
RO. Box 25018 tion to participate in Clerk's Office. There ing a yard sale.
Tampa, Florida this proceeding should are many items for bid Booths are avail. for
33622-5018 contact Court Adminis- that include Motor Ve- $10. Contact Gwen
tration at 101 James hicles, Computers, Barber @ H E
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* 118 Hampton,
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- ..... * 238 Runnymeade Dr,
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0/ ^S., *214 Virginia St
2br, 1.5 ba, $650,
7 206 Virginia St,
2br, 1.5 ba, $650
* 216 Virginia St,
2 br,1.5 ba, $650
S*575 Pine St,
REAESTATE FO RE 3 br, 2 ba; $700
100 - Business/ 602 Henderson St,
Commercial Furn 2 br, 1 ba; $725
6110- Apartments * 1090A Farmer St,
8120 - Beach Rentals Furn. 2 br, 1 ba; $725
6130 - Condo/Townhouse 0 3278 Auburn Rd,
6140 - House Rentals 3bd/2ba, $750
6150 - Roommate Wanted * 4034 Randi,
6160 - Rooms for Rent 3bd/2ba; $795
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot *0120 Swaying Pine,
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals 3bd/2.5ba; $755
6190 - Titmshare Rentals bd/2. $755
6200 - Vacation Rentals 0 124 Cabana Way,
3bd/2ba; $800
* 6247 Winstead Rd,
- 3bd/2ba; $800
9 194 Villacrest Dr,
6100 3 br, 2 ba; $995
* 1420 Quail Ridge,
3bd, 2ba, $1100
cresview * 2893 Chanterelle,
Crestview 4 br, 3 ba; $1450
Office Space 0 2895 Chanterelle,
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only $560 mo $560 dd
+ 2 br, 1 ba Duplex

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on John King Rd in
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Crestview- Quiet well-
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total electric 585-6985
* 3819 Golden Acres,
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* 217 Forrest Pkwy
Crestvlew Bent Creek $700, 3BR, 1.5BA
Apts II Vouchers Ac- * 715 Maiestic Prince,
cepted. Rental assis- $1,100, 3BR, 2BA
tance may be avail. 1 & no pets
2 BR HC & non-HC ac- + 394 Riverchase Blvd
cessible apts. 209 Bent $1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CG
Creek Rd. Crestview, * 5710 Seminole Dr,
FL. Call 850 682-5563, $650, 3BR, 2BA, 2AC
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 42919 Aplin Rd,
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1 & 2 BR, HC & no-.
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7140 - Farms & Ranches stview 850-683-0758
7150 - Lots and Acreage
7160 - Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
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7190 - Out-of-Town
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7200 - TImeshare acres with dockable
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(800)366-9783 ext 5760 . 8100 - Antique & Collectibles
8110 - Cars
S8120 -Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 - Trucks
8140 -Vans
a81 50-Commercial
0.- E inMLk 8180 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
HUmifUSE 8210oBoats
E 8220 - Personal Watercratt
CView -3br,2. ba,3k 8230 - Sailboats-
st 6029 D 8240 - Boat & Marine
sqft 6029 Dorchester- Supplies,
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Home Sat & Sun 1-4 or 8310 - Aircraft/Aviation
Call Owner 240-5287 8320 - ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
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