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A history lesson to die for


Almarante Cemetery

reflects Laurel Hill's story


Walking path
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By Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
If you want a glimpse
into the fascinating history
of Laurel Hill, then spend an
hour strolling through the
Almarante Cemetery just
south of the town on ' 85
' at the base of the lanirk
blue water tower.
Grave markers, slabs
and tombstones bear
names familiar to anyone
who knows a little about
Laurel Hill, including


prominent families, such as
the Campbells, Rogers and
Steeles. Among descen-
dents of the former are Mc-
Donald Campbell, a spry
nonagenarian, who is also
chairman of the cemetery
commission, and its trea-
surer, Tracy Ann Curenton,
whose mother, Bertie Ann,
was a Campbell and is one
of McDonald's cousins.
Family historian Mark
Curenton researched the
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OUTDOOR CLASSROOM: Laurel Hill's Almarante Cemetery is a walk-through history
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EDITORIAL....................... A 6
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By John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin
While much of the economy is in the dol-
drums, one Crestview company, BAE Systems,
is hoping to expand its operations.
John Wall, BAE vice president, Aviation Pro-
grams Aerospace Solutions, said the company
had a good year.
"We have high hopes of doing even better
next year and eventually becoming one of the
largest employers in this part of the county,"
Wall said.
BAE's genesis springs from the formation
of British Aerospace in 1977 and before that of
British Overseas Airways, which was the state-
owned airline of the British government until
1974.
Subsequent buyouts of Marconi Electron-
ics Systems in 1999 helped leapfrog BAE into
one of the largest and most profitable defense
contractor positions in the world. Today, BAE
boasts a worldwide workforce of more than
105,000 employees and has annual sales ex-
ceeding $34 billion.
The Crestview operation has a workforce of
about 170, and inside that group are machin-
ists, documentarians, electronic technicians
and skilled craftsmen, Wall said during a recent
tour of the Crestview facility.
"A large number of our workers are former
military men and women, and one of the best
recruitment resources we offer is the equip-
ment we install," Wall said. "When a young
airman or soldier comes to us and says 'Hey, I
want to work for you guys because your equip-
ment saved my life,' that is indeed the highest
compliment we can expect."
In fact, 80 percent of the employees are for-
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LEVEL PLANE: A crew works to level a C 130
aircraft in the hangar at BAE Systems.
At top, two C130 aircraft are pictured in
a BAE Systems hangar where structural and
avionic modifications are performed.


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Hospice
volunteer
opportunities
available.
By Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When Diane.Kingsley's
daughter passed away, hos-
pice volunteers near her
home in Wisconsin made
a. tremendous impact on
Kingsley's life. Not only
was her daughter comfort-
ed in her last days, but also
Kingsley was, as well.
"The people (hospice
volunteers) are just so
tuned into not just what the
patient needs, but what the
family needs," Kingsley ob-
served.
"I felt I really would like
to be involved in this," said
Kingsley, now a volunteer
with Covenant Hospice in
Crestview. "I kinda felt'my
daughter nudging me to do
this."
"We have many volun-
teer opportunities available
in critical areas," said Vol-
unteer Manager Jodie Wil-
liams. "We especially need
patient family volunteers."
Williams said the hos-
pice service also has a
"critical need" for elev-
enth-hour volunteers who
are with a patient and his
or her family in the last
hours of their life.
Covenant Hospice is ex-
panding its bereavement
-services in Crestview, as
well, Williams said. Sup-
port meetings for families
who have suffered the loss
of a loved one soon begin,
she said.
The next volunteer
training sessions will begin
Sept. 15 in Niceville. They
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Wednesday, September 9, 2009


News BRIEFS


City budget and
village rates to be
discussed
The Crestview City
Council meets tonight at
5:01 p.m. for the first public
hearing on the adoption
of the 2009-10 budget and
millage rates.
The meeting is open to
the public and will take place
in the council chambers at
198 N. Wilson St.

Annual heritage
festival next month
The public is invited to
the Munson Community
Heritage Festival, hosted
by the Florida Division of
Forestry, on Oct. 10 and 11
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The festival will be at
Krul Recreation Area, off
State Highway 4, a half
mile east of County Road
191 in Blackwater River
State Forest.
It's a continuing
celebration of the old-
time ways of life in
the rural deep South,
plus informational and
educational exhibits and
live performances of old-
time southern music.
I Children, parents,
grandparents, aunts,
uncles and cousins will
see folks cooking on wood
stoves, making cane syrup,
running a sawmill, making
moonshine, plowing a
garden, sewing, quilting,
whittling, blacksmithing,
making turpentine,
washing clothes and
operating a water-powered
grist mill.
More than 40 displays of
how life used to be will be
available and will include
everything from Native


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American and museum
exhibits; livestock exhibits,
basket weaving and corn-
shuck dolls.
There will be
educational displays and
opportunities to talk with
professional foresters,
wildlife biologists and
technicians, ecologists,
hunter safety coordinators
and representatives
from the Florida Trail
Association, Friends of
Florida State Forests,
equestrian groups,
and sporting and other
interest groups that use
Blackwater River State
Forest.
There is no charge
for admission or
parking. Traditional
southern food will be
available from several
vendors. The exhibits,
restrooms and parking are
handicapped-accessible.
Pets are not allowed. Free
transportation from
the parking area and
throughout the event is
provided.
For more information,
please contact the Florida
Division of Forestry at 850-
957-6140.

YMCA planning ,
membership drive.
There is no better time
than right now to join the
Emerald Coast YMCA, and
one big reason is that the
YMCA is allowing anyone
to join between Sept. 14
and 27 with no joiner fee.
The YMCA offers
access to all of its YMCAs
here in the Emerald Coast,
including Crestview, Fort
Walton Beach, Niceville
and Destin. The YMCA
has classes, programs


and sports for children
and adults of all ages;
we offer everything from
water aerobics to karate
to Pilates. the YMCA also
offers indoor pools that
have water aerobics and
swim lessons, and there is
an opportunity to be a part
of the swim team at the
Fort Walton Beach YMCA.
The YMCA is more than
a place to work out; it is a
place for people to come
and escape the worries
of life and step back and
realize the things that are
truly important in this
world. That is why, when
you become a member at
the YMCA, you not only
have an opportunity to
better yourself, but also
you have an opportunity
to better your community
through the YMCA.
The YMCA gave'
$149,000 in scholarships
to families and children in
this area last year, and that
is due in part to people
who support the YMCA.
You can visit any of the
YMCAs in the Emerald
Coast to take advantage
of this offer. For additional
details, contact the Metro
office at 850-314-9622.
Betty Armour,
senior vice president
- operations
Special to the News
Bulletin

Jameson Inn named
for top service
The Jameson Inn hotel
brand was ranked No. 1
in customer service for
the first half of 2009 by the
Market Metrix Hospitality
Index (MMHI) among its
segment of hotels. This
marks 5.5 consecutive


years Jameson Inn has
ranked No. 1 in customer
satisfaction nationally.
"It is great to know our
dedication to our guests
has been recognized
again," said Teresa Davis,
general manager of
the Jameson Inn at 151
Cracker Barrel Drive in
Crestview. "Even in a down
economy, our commitment
to an excellent lodging
experience is our
overriding goal."
Most of the hotels
have completed recent
renovations to keep the
properties fresh and
attractive to travelers.
New double-sided pillow
top Dreamium beds
feature triple sheeting
and many pillows on each
bed. "Nothing matters -
more to our guests than
a really comfortable bed
with fresh linens and
lots of pillows," said Dan
Burdakin, president of
Park Management Group.
Based on 35,000
customer interviews
each quarter, the index
prides itself on being
the largest and most in-
depth measure of hotel,
airline and car rental
performance available
today.
. Teresa Davis can be
reached at 688-1778 or 800-
JAMESON (526-3766).

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the warmer climate of Ft. Lauderdale, escaping the long dreary northern winters.
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coordinate the search for a
new president at NWFSC.
Trustees authorized
interim president Dr. Jill
White to work out contract
details with Academic
Search Inc., particularly
the services of a specific
consultant from the firm
who would be assigned to
work with NWFSC trustees
during the anticipated six-
month, or longer, search
process. White noted
that using a professional
consultant "will facilitate
gathering input from the
college community to
build a profile of the ideal
NWFSC president, help
recruit a national-level
pool of diverse applicants,
organize the search
process and more."
White said the
same firm is in charge
of assisting Florida
State University in its
presidential search and
has a track record of
more than 186 successful
presidential searches in
the past five years for
universities, such as the
Citadel, Texas A & M,
Mercer University, Florida
Southern College, DePaul
University, University of
Wisconsin, Washington and
Lee University, and more.
The college's trustees
met in special session Aug.
31 following three separate
meetings of a trustee-
personnel committee,
which researched various
aspects of conducting
a presidential search.
After previously deciding
to research outside
professional search firms, a
request for information was
advertised publicly and also
issued to those firms most
compatible with NWFSC
needs. The top four
firms who demonstrated
expertise in assisting
colleges and universities
select presidents were
reviewed by the trustees
at their Aug. 31 personnel
committee meeting,
which then issued a
recommendation to the
full board that Academic
Search Inc. be selected to
assist trustees to facilitate
the NWFSC presidential
search.
Trustees based their
evaluation on the merits
of each proposal received
rather than the cost of
services, which varied
among each consultant
reviewed from $30,000 to
$72,000. Each proposal's
fees were base amounts
that included different
sets of services and
could incur additional
expenses depending on
what was included in
the base price. Trustees
determined that the
services of Academic


Search for $65,000 best met
the needs of NWFSC.
In other related
matters, White
recommended trustees
consider hiring an outside
interim president to
lead the college until a
permanent president
is in place once again.
White previously has
informed trustees that
the requirements of the
state's DROP retirement
program mean she will
need to retire in early-
to mid-2010. White has
not announced formally
a specific retirement
date but recommended
that trustees consider
bringing a new interim
president on board by
the end of 2009 so that
she and the new interim
could serve together for
several months. White also
indicated that she hopes
to continue teaching as an
adjunct instructor in the
college's baccalaureate
programs following her
permanent retirement and
would still be available to
support the trustees-or a
new president.
White identified two
retired presidents from the
Florida community college
system - Dr. Thomas
Delaino, who retired
in 2008 as president of
Pensacola Junior College,
and Dr. Larry Tyree,
who previously served
as president of both Gulf
Coast Community College
and Santa Fe Community
College in Gainesville-
- as potential candidates
for an interim president
assignment. She noted that
both would be willing to be
considered for a temporary
post at NWFSC and both
have indicated they would
not seek the permanent
presidency.
The college's trustees
discussed White's
recommendation and
asked college staff to set a
date for both Delaino and
Tyree to visit the college
and be interviewed by
trustees. The board did
not commit to a specific
course of action regarding
if it would seek an outside
interim president but
indicated that speaking
to both potential interim
candidates would assist
them to make a future
decision on the matter.
The next business
meeting of the trustees is
set at 6:30 p.m. for Sept.
15 in the college mall,
building K on the Niceville
campus. Trustees are the
governing board of the
college with authority over
all personnel, finance and
programs of the college.
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mer military, and nearly 75
percent of those reside in
the Crestview area. The
annual payroll will exceed
$20 million this calendar
year.
According to Wikipe-
dia, the free online ency-
clopedia, BAE Systems is
the fourth-largest defense
contractor in the world.
Other publications dispute
that claim. What cannot
be disputed, however, is
that BAE is a major player
among multinational de-
fense contractors.
In Crestview, the main
facility is contained in
adjoining hangars on the
south end of John Givens
Road at Bob Sikes air-
port. Additionally, there
are two smaller facilities:
the technical group just
south of Crestview High
School on SR 85 and the
machine shop, which is off
Airport Road at John Giv-
ens Road.
The airborne sys-
tems complex is the larg-
est component of BAE's
Crestview operation and
boasts 120,000 square
feet of hangar space, with
96,000 dedicated to hangar
bays and another 12,000 to
administration.
Factoring in the out-
side areas, including park-
ing aprons, BAE has more
than 162,000 square feet of
ramp and parking space,
of which 53,000 square feet
serves as a dedicated heli-
pad. Another 22,500 square
feet comprises Aerospace
Ground Equipment stor-
age.
*Work performed by em-
ployees of the company is


A crew at BAE Systems works under the wing of a
C 130 aircraft.


complex.
For example, one C-130
aircraft at the Crestview
facility is undergoing in-
stallation of the multi-pur-
pose Link 16 communica-
tion system.
This upgrade allows
American aircrews to ex-
change computer, voice
and image data with their
NATO counterparts in
near real time, which
vastly improves commu-
nication between English
and non-English speaking
allies. This system also
supports instant transfer
and reception of real-time
text messages and data
images.
Another C-130 aircraft
is undergoing upgrade and
installation of the An/APN,
241 Color Weather/Naviga-
tion Radar system, which
incorporates wind shear
detection. The same' air-
craft is undergoing instal-
lation of the dual rail cargo
delivery system. This is
not new technology, but it
allows rapid deployment
of air-dropped assets.
BAE's Crestview works


are not restricted to mili-
tary aircraft or C-130s, as
they have orders for and
have fulfilled contracts
to modify Boeing CH-
47 Chinook helicopters,
Bell MH60G and MH-53-
helicopters, Sikorski S-92
helicopters, Hercules C-
130s, Boeing CV-22 tilt
rotor aircraft and the
Beech C-12 twin engine
turbo prop fixed wing air-
craft.
With so much sensitive
equipment on hand, the fa-
cility is well protected.
The entire complex
is protected by intrusion
detection systems, which
incorporates infrared, ul-
trasonic and microwave
detectors along with mo-
tion sensors and acousti-
cal inputs.
Access to and from
the facility is limited to a
single entrance, and only
employees with access
badges can gain entry,
which is a selling point to
manufacturers looking
for secure facilities to up-
grade or modify existing
equipment.


Almarante Cemetery and
the former community that
bore the name;
"The earliest use of the
name Almarante (in any
of its various spellings) I
have found was on Emman
Bowen's map- entitled 'A
New Map of Georgia, with
Part of Carolina, Florida
and Louisiana,"' Curenton
wrote in his history. "This
map dates from 1748. A riv-
er named R. del Amirante
is shown flowing into what
is now Blackwater Bay.
Maps drawn in the early
American period show the
river as the Yellow Water
River. Later this was short-
ened to simply the Yellow
River."
Curenton said a "Scotch
settlement" was described
in the area of today's Oak
Grove on County Route 2
near Laurel Hill as early as
1823. In 1827, "a very good
settlement of industrious
farmers" was described
in the same place by John
Lee Williams, Curenton
said.
As was often the case, it
was the church that helped
establish a community
from the group of "industri-
ous farmers."
"In 1827, the Presbytery
of South Alabama autho-
rized Rev. R. W B. Kennedy
to serve Yellow Water, Flor-
ida, as part of his territory,"
said Curenton. "This was at
the same time that the Eu-
chee Valley community pe-
titioned the South Alabama
Presbytery to be organized
into 'a missionary society.'
In 1830, another preacher
was appointed to pay Alma-
rante an evangelistic visit."
Today, the Laurel Hill
Presbyterian Church,
founded in 1898, predates
the establishment of the
town and, with the First
Baptist Church, is one of
the community's oldest
churches. Early parishio-
ners from both churches
rest in the Almarante Cem-
etery and include ancestors
of present commissioners
Jimmy and Frankie John-
son, Shelly Reeves and
Morris Rogers.
Ten acres were deeded
to the trustees of Alma-
rante Cemetery by the WB.
Wright Co. of Pensacola
on June 19, 1905, said Mc-


C130 MODIFICATIONS: Workers prepare to do modifications on a C130 aircraft
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will be held in Crestview in October, Wil-
liams said.
Other volunteer opportunities are
available with the upcoming Blue Jean
Ball fundraiser hosted by Covenant
Hospice. Help is needed in the kitchen,
with set-ups and tear-down, decorations,
serving and at the silent auction table.
The next volunteer meeting is at 5:30
p.m. Sept. 15
"Ourvolunteers' support is what makes
these events a success," Williams said.
Like many volunteers, Diane King-
sley had never thought of becoming a


Covenant Hospice volunteer until her
own 'family experienced the care and
support of hospice volunteers during
her daughter's illness.
"I just kinda fell into this," Kingsley
said. "Sometimes you just have to take
something horrible and turn it into some-
thing wonderful."

To become a Covenant Hospice vol-
unteer in any of these areas, including
the Blue Jean Ball, contact Jodie Wil-
liams at 682-3628 or visit the office at 370
W Redstone Ave. in Crestview.


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
OLDEST RESIDENTS: Early plots at Almarante Cemetery often featured ornate
fences and even small sheds over the graves. Boy Scouts in Crestview
Troop 30, under Eagle Scout candidate William Hust, raised the four old
tombstones beyond this fence.


HISTORY from page Al


NAME GAME: Many familiar names can be found in
Almarante Cemetery, including the Campbells, one
of Laurel Hill's founding families.


Donald Campbell, a retired
educator.
"This company was
owned by some of the same
men who owned the Yel-
low River Railroad," which
founded Laurel Hill in the
late 1890s, noted Mark
Curenton.
"Each family chose his
plot," Campbell said. "No
thought of needed size or
relationship to other plots
was.given."
Campbell said in the
cemetery's early years,
plot owners would erect
small sheds with a gated
fence over their loved ones'
graves. One such fence still
survives, though no records
survive indicating who was
buried in it.
"According to a 1976
newspaper article, the first
person buried in the ceme-
tery, sometime in the 1850s,
was a daughter of Norman
A. .Campbell, one of the
elders of the Almarante
Presbyterian Church,"
Curenton said. "This same
newspaper article lists the
earliest surviving grave
markers as D. H. Hender-
son, 1871; Infant Chance,
1874; and Louise Chance,
1878. The tombstones of
the infant daughter Chance
and Louise Chance survive
today."
"In the mid-1900s, the
Rev. A.J. Martin raised
funds and erected a chapel
on the grounds for funer-
als," Campbell recalled.


"Little use and less care
caused it to be razed."
A sign identifying the
cemetery that faces S.R.
85 was erected as a gift by
Merle Ballard in memory
of her husband, Johnny,
Campbell said.
"In a very short time, a
drunk driver with a new car
hit and destroyed the sign,"
she said. "He had no insur-
ance."
Volunteers rebuilt the
sign and added holly to the
planter. One night someone
hauled out the holly using
a tractor "and replaced it
with cheap plants," Camp-
bell said. "The police said
'all plants look alike.'"
During the last hundred
years, some of the older
tombstones fell into. dis-
repair and toppled over. A
recent Eagle Scout project
by William Hurst, a Boy
Scout in Crestview Troop
30, involved the cleaning
of older plots and righting
several grave markers that
had long laid on their sides.
Indeed, the cemetery has
traditionally relied primar-
ily on volunteers to clean
up the grounds. Funding is
mainly through donations
by ancestors, which helps
cover major grounds work
and mowing.
"Donations are gladly re-
ceived at any time," smiled
Miss Campbell. "When
planning your estate, leav-
ing money to the cemetery
would certainly help."


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Extension CONNECTIONS



A walk on the wild side: Cool season forage



recommendations for wildlife food plots


Gerald Edmondson
Okaloosa County Extension director

Florida poses different
challenges for successful food
plot plantings.
Light, sandy soils; hot and
humid summers; and distinct
seasonal droughts make
selection of forages for wildlife
unique and challenging.
We recommend using adapted
varieties developed for our
particular growing conditions.
We also suggest the use of forage
blends to increase the longevity
and stability of the plot.
It is important to soil test and
apply fertilizer and/or lime based
on the soil test report.

Cool season legumes
If the legumes you intend
to use are not pre-inoculated,
there are commercially available
inoculants that are specific to
each legume variety. The ideal
time to plant legumes is Oct. 15
- Dec. 1.


Alfalfa - This high-quality
legume is grown as a winter
annual in Florida. Alfalfa
requires a soil pH of 6.5-7.0,
high soil fertility and good
management. Recommended
varieties are Florida 99 and
Amerigraze 702.
Arrowleaf Clover - An
annual clover that is similar
to crimson clover in soil
adaption, management and
fertility requirements. It is
more productive in late spring
than crimson clover. The
recommended varieties are
Yuchi and Apache.
Red Clover - This clover
behaves as a winter annual
under most north Florida
conditions, and some reseeding
might occur. Recommended
varieties are Cherokee, Southern
Belle, Kenland and Redland III.
Crimson Clover - This is a
well-adapted legume for north
Florida. It is an excellent forage
producer and can reseed itself
each year. It has a relatively
short grazing season, so it
may be grown in combination


with ryegrass, clovers or a
small grain crop to extend the
period of forage availability.
Recommended varieties are
Dixie, Flame, Chief, Tibbee and
AU-Robin.
White Clover - White
clover in Florida is usually a
winter annual but may act as
a short-term perennial under
optimum fertility and moisture
conditions. It is adapted to moist
soils throughout Florida and is a
good re-seeder. Recommended
varieties are Osceola, Louisiana
S-1 and Regal Ladino.
Winter Peas - This annual
leguhie is best suited to well-
drained soils with high clay
content. They typically are not
very cold-hardy. Austrian is the
recommended variety.

Cool season grasses
Cool season grasses generally
include ryegrass and the small
grains: wheat, oats, rye and
triticale. These grasses provide
excellent winter forage and a
spring seed crop, which wildlife


readily utilize.
Planting times for ryegrass
and small grain is Oct. 1 - Dec.
1. Following are annual grasses
that will make your food plot
more diverse and increase the
amount of forage available for
wildlife: oats, rye, wheat and
ryegrass.
For additional information,
contact your local county
extension office at 689-5850.

Upcoming events
Right of Way Training Exam,
Sept. 15 7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Plant Clinic, Sept. 23 10 a.m.
-1 p.m.
Holiday Showcase, Oct. 22
6 - 8 p.m.
Commercial landscape
Maintenance, Oct. 29 7 a.m. - 3:30
p.m.
Pesticide Course, Oct. 29
7 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

For more information, call
the University of Florida IFAS
Okaloosa County Extension
Office at 689-5850.


Crestview police offering safety seat inspections this month


Special to the News Bulletin
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause
of death for children ages 3 to 6 and 8 to 14. In
2007, 6,532 passenger vehicle occupants 14 and
younger were involved in fatal crashes. As part
of Child Passenger Safety Week Sept. 12 to 18,
the Crestview Police Department will have cer-
tified technicians available to provide on-site
child safety seat inspections and education on
the following dates and times:
* Saturday from 2-5 p.m. at Winn-Dixie, 1326
N. Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview.
* Sept 12,2-5 p.m. at Staples, 2821 S. Ferdon
Blvd.
* Sept. 19, 2-5 p.m., Walmart, 3351 S. Ferdon


Blvd.
* Sept. 26, 2-5 p.m., Publix, 2250 S. Ferdon
Blvd.
"It's the responsibility of every parent and
caregiver out there to make sure their children
are safely restrained every trip and every time,"
said Lt. Kent Buckner. "We are urging everyone
to get their child safety seats inspected. When it
comes to the safety of a child, there is no room
for mistakes."
The police are encouraging parents and
caregivers to refer to the following "4 Steps
for Kids" guidelines for determining which re-
straint system is best suited to protect children
based on age and size.
* For the best protection, keep infants in the


back seat, in rear-facing child safety seats, as long
as possible up to the height or weight limit of the
particular seat. At a minimum, keep infants rear-
facing until they are at least 1 year and 20 pounds.
* When children outgrow their rear-facing
seats, they should ride in forward-facing child
safety seats, in the back seat, until they reach
the upper weight or height limit of the particu-
lar seat (usually about age 4 and 40 pounds).
* When children outgrow their booster seats
(usually at age 8 or when the are 4' 9" tall), they
can use the adult belts in the back seat if they fit
properly (lap belt lays across the upper thighs
and the shoulder belt fits across the chest).
Remember: All children younger than 13
should ride in the back seat.


School for

horse owners

offered

Special to the News Bulletin

The University of Florida,
IFAS Northwest Florida Live-
stock Extension Agents, will
be offering a short course on
horse management in four
sessions.
The sessions will begin
on Monday, Sept. 14 and 28
and Oct. 12 and 26, from 6 to
8 p.m. This program is being
offered at.13 sites in Florida
and three sites in Alabama.
The course will be offered
as a live interactive video
conference and will be avail-
able at the Okaloosa County .
Extension Office, 5479 Old
Bethel Road, Crestview.
The registration fee for
the course is $40 per farm
(one set of reference books)
and $10 for each additional
person.
The registration deadline
is Monday, Sept. 7.
The course will cover
signs of a healthy horse, pre-
ventive health care, forage
that works well in horse pas-
tures, nutritional require-
ments, poisonous weed con-
trol, weed identification in
pastures, safety for horses,
equine emergencies, first
aid, fencing and layout of
barns.
See the flyer (listing all'
sites) at http://okaloosa.ifas.
ufl.edu/AgNews/EquineFly-
er2009.pdf and registration
form at http://okaloosa.ifas.
ufl.edu/AgNews/EquineReg-
istration.pdf.
Register at the site or call
the Okaloosa County Exten-
sion Office at 850-689-5850 for
more details and a registra-
tion form.
This is a great opportu-
nity to learn from extension
agents, UF, IFAS specialists
and equine veterinarians. Do
not miss this opportunity to
get some new ideas to use on
your operation.


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What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
VENDORS WANTED:
The organizers of the
Crestview Fall Festival
on Oct. 31 are looking for
vendors, participants and
sponsors.
If you, your church,
business or organization
would like to have a
vendor display, or to
provide carnival-style or
other activities for the
festival, please complete
a participant registration
form by the signup
deadline of Oct. 16. Forms
are available at the City
Hall office of the Crestview
Main Street Program
Director and at a few
other locations. For more
information, call Cindy
Harris at 865-8595.
CALENDAR: The
Carver-Hill Memorial
& Historical Society
is creating a calendar.
If you would like' to
participate through photos
or patronage, contact
Tonsiaweda Hayes at 850-
621-4187, Shannon Hayes
at 850-902-6717, Brenda
Bess at 682-5540 or Billie
Roberson at 682-6979.
YMCA PUNT, KICK
& PASS: On Sept. 20, the
Crestview Family YMCA is
holding a free Punt, Kick
& Pass competition for all
boys and girls ages 8 to
15. Details: Glenn Scott,
YMCA.
WEIGHT
WATCHERS meets every
Thursday at Episcopal
Church of the Epiphany,
424 Garden St., Crestview.
Registration and weigh-in
begin at 5 p.m.; meeting
follows.
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 to 5 p.m. at
Wmn-Dixie, 1326 N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview.
The police department
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.,
Walmart, 3351 S. Ferdon
Blvd.
* Sept. 26, 2-5 p.m.,
Publix, 2250 S. Ferdon
Blvd.
ROWC MEETING:
The NW Retired Officers
Wives Club will meet
on Sept. 17 at the Eglin
Officers Club with an 11
a.m. social gathering,
followed by lunch at
11:30 a.m. The program
will be Jeffrey Rink
from the Northwest
Florida Symphony
Orchestra. Please reserve
your spot by calling 609-
8075 by Sept. 10.
KofC SPAGHETTI
DINNER: Knights of
Columbus Council 7968 of
Crestview will host their
seventh anhual'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
preteens and free to those
younger than 5. It will be
served from 4:30 to 8 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased


from any Knights of
Columbus member or at
the door.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURE: First Tuesday
Lectures are held once a
month at 10:30 a.m. at the
Crestview public library on
Commerce Drive.
The Oct. 6 presentation
is by attorney Nathan
Boyles, with the subject,
"What's the Banker
Doing in My Bathtub?
How Banks Foreclose on
Houses & Other-Matters."
On Nov. 3, Brian
Hughes, New Bulletin arts
and entertainment editor,
will present "World War II;
From Battlefield to Silver
Screen."
The Dec. 1 presentation
by Dr. Anne Hawe Holt of
Tallahassee is called "Lock
'em Up... or Not: The
History of Florida Prisons,
1868-1925."
SOUP KITCHEN
HOURS: Soup kitchens
are open three working
days a week in Crestview.
Hours are as follows:
Monday and Fridays, 11
a.m. to 12 p.m. at First
Presbyterian Church,
492 N. Ferdon Blvd., and
Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 1
p.m. at First Assembly 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
welcome and appreciated.
OKALOOSA BUDGET
HEARING: The Board
of Okaloosa County
Commissioners 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.


Obituary

Rodney Conrad Finkel


Rodney Conrad Finkel, age 62, of
Dayton, Tenn., died Sunday, Aug. 30, 2009,
at Erlanger Hospital in Chattanooga.
Rodney was born July 17, 1947, in
Portsmouth, Va., to the late Herman
and Marie (Nead) Finkel. He also was
preceded in death by a brother, Larry
Finkel.
Rodney was a graduate of Baker High
School. He then served his country with,
the U.S. Navy Helicopter Squadron HS-
4 and HS-8 and served on the aircraft
carrier USS Yorktown, USS Hornet.
Rodney was a member of the helicopter
crew recovery team for Apollo 8 and
Apollo 11. He was a carpenter by trade.
He is survived by his wife of 41 years,
Mary Finkel, of Dayton; his daughter,


Dawn (George) Thacker of Spring City,
Tenn.; son, Steven (Lisa) Finkel of
Pikeville, Tenn.; sister, Karen Haworth
of Florida; brothers, Kenneth (Katy)
Finkel and Dale (Trisha) Finkel, both of
Florida; and grandchildren, Tyler and
Logan Sneed of Spring City and Trent and
Kenzie Finkel of Pikeville.
Funeral services for Rodney were
held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, in the
Vanderwall Funlmeral Home chapel
with the Rev. Eddie Suttles officiating.
Graveside services with military honors
were held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, in
Rhea Memory Gardens.
Please share your memories of
Rodney on his online guest register at
www.vanderwallfh.com.


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CAR WASH
FUNDRAISER: The
Dorcas Volunteer Fire �
Department will host a car
wash on Saturday, Sept.
12, at Hooters on Cracker
Barrel Drive in Crestview.
Cars will be washed for
donations from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Proceeds from the
event will be used for the
department's community
events and emergency
relief fund.
. COLLEGE NIGHT:
College Night, a free
annual event that features
representatives from
more than 80 colleges
and universities from
across the nation, is
scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 16, in the
College Mall (building K)
of the Northwest Florida
State College Niceville
campus.
College Night provides
high school students,
their parents and others


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college. Representatives
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hand to provide information
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study. Details: 729-5379.
A CHRISTMAS
BAZAAR: Will be from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 3 by the
Ladies Auxiliary of the
Knights of Columbus in
Crestview. To rent table
spaces, call 689-1631 after
6 p.m.
DEER HUNT
DRAWING: The Baker
Area Youth Association
is selling tickets for an
October drawing. The
winner will get 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 hunting 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.10,
Baker School - 10 a.m. to,
4 p.m.
Friday, Sept. 11,
Crestview High School - 8
a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 12,
Walmart, Crestview - 10
a.m. to 2 p.m.
LIBRARY
DONATIONS: 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
on Commerce Drive
behind the post office
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HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what readers had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments
were collected from the www.crestviewbulletin.com Web
site.

Topic: Randy Dickson's story on the game between
Baker and Crestview:
Good job from everybody involved in this game. Baker
played tough even though being outsized by the Bulldogs
and Coach Brunson called them off in the second half. I
enjoyed the game. Good luck to both teams the rest of the
way!

Our defense looks much faster overall this season. The
games get tougher each week from now on so let's improve
and probably just ignore guys like me who love football but
really do not fully know the game. Good luck the rest of the
way guys.

You are very correct Bulldog fan; many attend but few
understand. Great crowd, great effort and sportsmanship
by both teams. Coach Kellog and Coach Brunson are doing
a very good job. Good luck to both squads the rest of the
season. Go Dawgs next week against West Gadsden -
after that game every game is losable, and remember last
season against West Gadsden.

Enjoyed the game last night and the Crestview band was
outstanding. You can really tell the team and band are very
well-prepared. Especially the band, really makes for a big
time atmosphere, keep it up guys.

Topic: Fire tax up in smoke, a story about a Dorcas
Fire District rate increase thrown out by the Florida
Department of Revenue because the fire department's
meetings, where the increase was discussed, were not
properly advertised.
Now the other fire districts are having the same
problems as the NOFD. Maybe it's time to consider the
North end of the county going to a County Fire like North
Walton County. It would be in everyone's best interest in the
North end of the County if we had County Fire. If that were
to happen, then maybe some of the fire districts won't have
to close in the near future due to lack of money.

I'm not sure if it's lack of funds or if it is mismanagement
of funds. People in these fire districts need to go to the
meetings and see for yourselves what is actually going on.
You can't borrow more money than you can pay back, at
home or at a fire district.
We've got to control the rates, or in a few years, we won't
be able to pay the fire assessments, then they will want to
foreclose on your property.
You've got to put people in office that can manage your
money. Like, when you spend $1, to try and get a $1.25 worth
of merchandise.

North Okaloosa Fire District resident, you stated we
would be better off if all districts were under one fire
system. I do not agree with you. Right now, you would have
one hallelujah mess. Over-borrowing and mismanagement
have taken their toll. Go to the meetings and see for
yourself.
Don't take your neighbor's word or what you read in the
paper.

Topic: Today's activation of the traffic signal on State
Road 85 at the Duke Field and 75FG intersection.
Thank God. We finally have something to control the
Lord of the Flies drivers on (SR) 85 since law enforcement
refuses to do anything. Long overdue! Now, just join me in
driving the speed limit in the left lane.


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writing as "Miss Manners" in 1992


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Most of us are aware of
the increase in foreclosures
resulting from a sour economy
and wounded real-estate market.
There also has been a lesser-
known surge in tax deed sales.
Many folks are less well informed
about the tax deed process. I
often hear comments, such as, "I
know a guy who bought a three-
bedroom house for $100" or "I
have a friend who paid the taxes
on the lot next door and got a
deed to the property."
Although it is true that you
will lose your land or home if you
do not pay the property taxes,
nobody is going to take your house
for $100, and no one is entitled to
your property just by paying the
taxes.
When property taxes for a
calendar year have not been
paid by the following June, an
auction for a "tax certificate"
to the property is held in an on-
line bidding process. Instead of
bidding by price, investors bid by
interest rate in reverse.
Anyone can participate; see the
tax collector's Web site at www.
okaloosatax.com.
Investors bid the lowest
interest rate they are willing to
earn. The investor bidding the
lowest rate then pays the taxes on
behalf of the owner. In exchange,
the investor is entitled to earn
the winning interest rate on
the tax amount until the owner
"redeems" the certificate by
paying back the taxes plus the
accrued interest.


The property owner has two
years to redeem the certificate.
After two years, the certificate
"matures," and the investor is
entitled to demand the sale of
the property to collect on the
investment. The property owner
is then notified of the sale date,
which also is placed in the legal
.section of the local newspaper.
The file is processed by the
clerk of court, and various fees
and costs are added to the tax
amount.
If the owner does not step
forward to pay the bill, the
property is sold at public auction.
Traditionally, this was conducted
on the steps of the courthouse. In
Okaloosa County, sales are now
conducted in the commissioner's
chambers in Crestview.
You can view .properties to be
auctioned at the Clerk of Court's
Web site, www.clerkofcourts.cc.
At the scheduled time, the
name of the owner, the legal
description and the opening bid
are announced. The opening
bid is calculated by adding the
unpaid taxes, interest and fees
together. Even on a small lot, the
opening bid is almost always at
least $1,000. For a house or larger
tract of land, the opening bid is o
routinely between $5,000 and
$15,000.
Bids are accepted in
increments of $100. When no one
bids, the tax certificate investor
gets a tax deed to the property.
More often, however, another
bidder wins the property and


is issued a tax deed. The entire
purchase price is due to the clerk
in certified funds by the close of
business on the day of the sale.
The high bid is used to pay the
investor back and to pay the
various fees, which were added by
the clerk. If any surplus remains,
then it is paid out to the former
property owner, or if there are
liens on the property, to the lien
holders.
Many investors see the
tax deed process as a good
investment opportunity. However,
bidders must be cautious as
the sales are a buyer-beware
transaction. Certain liens might
survive the issuance of the tax
deed and attach to the property.
Buyers also must deal with
issues, such as code enforcement
violations and abandoned
personal property, such as mobile
homes. While the process might
seem sad or unfair to some, it
is an important mechanism to
ensure that the tax dollars that
fund our schools, roads, law
enforcement, fire protection and
other services are collected.

Nathan D. Boyles, Attorney
at Law, practices at 204 N. Main
St., Crestview, FL 32536. He can
be reached at 689-8505. This
column is intended for general
educational and entertainment
purposes and is not legal advice.
Every situation is unique. If
you have a legal issue, then you
should contact a lawyer who can
provide counsel.


A need for speed can cost more than money


I was glad to see
patrol officers with
the Crestview Police
Department pulling
speeders over left and
right on U.S. 90 Saturday
morning.
Many of the drivers
stopped by officers had
just blown by me on my
way to work.
Four or five police had
several of those same
drivers stopped along a
one-mile stretch of road,
by the time I arrived.
Within minutes of
issuing tickets to the
speeders, the officers
had a new set of traffic
violators lined up along
the road.
Tickets work. A triple
whammy of $300-plus
speeding tickets last
year finally cured my
wife's need for speed -
something my 18 years of
griping failed to do.
I don't like excessive
speeding because I've
seen what it can do. The
likelihood for fatalities
increases in wrecks
where speed is a factor,
and I have covered
more fatal accidents
than I can - or want to
- remember.
To name a couple,
a man was all but
decapitated and killed
instantly when he
plowed underneath a
truck on State Road
85 about a decade ago
when I worked out of the


Crestview bureau
of the Northwest
Florida Daily
News.
One of the
worst was when
a car full of
teenagers leaving
Navarre High
School pulled out
in front of a dump


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STE'


truck on State Road 85. I
can't remember if three
or four teenagers died.
How could I forget?
What sticks vividly in
my mind, however, is the
horror and grief on the
faces of the classmates
and parents of the
teenagers killed as they
helplessly watched fire
crews cut the bodies
from the wreckage with
the Jaws of Life.
A television journalist
walked over to the
distraught mother of one
of the dead teenagers,
stuck a microphone
in her face and asked,
"How are you feeling
right now?"
Good gracious, no
wonder some people
dislike reporters.
After all these
years, I still get knots
in my stomach when I
approach a particularly
bad accident. Twisted
steel can do ugly things
to human flesh, and
what always gets me is
that, in all likelihood, the
accident could have been
avoided.


I've reported
k on motorcycle,
bicycle and
pedestrian
fatalities - all
killed by drunken,
' inattentive or
reckless drivers.
AEL Don't get
WART me wrong. I'm
82-6524 no Pollyanna.
When I was young, I
owned a hopped-up
Chevy Nova with a 350
engine, three-quarter
inch pop-up pistons,
a Holley 750 double-
pumper carburetor and a
Muncie four speed with a
competition shifter.
I got in trouble, but I
grew up and haven't had
so much as a speeding
ticket in more than 25
years. When I see young,
foolish drivers, I just
shake my head and hope
they are as lucky as I
was and survive their
hormone-driven years.
What gets me though
are immature drivers old
enough to know better.
And while a lead-footed
driver is an irritant,
an aggressive driver is
downright dangerous.
I'm talking about
the ones who use their
autos like weapons,
those drivers who hover
inches off your bumper
to intimidate you into
speeding up, even
though you are doing all
the right things, such
as not driving under the


speed limit .and staying
in the slow lane so they
can go around.
What happens if a
child, or a deer for that
matter, pulls out in front
of you, and you have to
brake? It's impossible.
They can't stop.
For years, it was all
I could do to keep from
slamming on my brakes
and let the glass shatter
where it may. In fact, I'm
ashamed to say, I have,
in the past, squeezed the
brakes just enough to get
their attention.
Nowadays, I just pull
over and let them by,
knowing full well they
are soon to become some
other driver's problem.
Then, when I see
them pulled over by a
law enforcement officer,
I just grin as I drive
slowly by.


CCCG says
thanks
Members of
the Crestview
Concerned Citizens.
Group would like
to thank everyone
who helped with
their Back to School
Bash in August.
Your assistance was
greatly appreciated.

Rae Roberson
Crestview


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Wednesday, September 9, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


Marie Garcia
Catalog librarian,
Robert L. F. Sikes Public
Library

The Friends of the
Library Book Sale: Get
first choice of books on
Friday, Oct. 2, 5-8 p.m., $2
admission for non-Friends
of the Library. The sale
continues Saturday and
Sunday, Oct. 3-4, from
9 a.m. to 4p.m. There is
no admission charge.
Location: Crestview Public
Library
September is Library
Card Sign-Up Month:
If you are a resident of
Okaloosa County, then you
are entitled to free library
membership. Just bring
in picture ID and proof of
address. With your library
card, you have access
not only to information to
help with schoolwork and
research, but also you can
also enjoy access to movies
and music, and, for those
who have long commutes,
audio books. If there is
something in particular
you wish to checkout but
don't see on the shelves,
don't hesitate to request
the item. We are part
of the Okaloosa County
Public Library Cooperative
(OCPLC), which means
that anyone who holds
membership with any of
the participating libraries
(Crestview, Fort Walton,
Niceville, Mary Esther,
Valparaiso, Destin,.
Bookmobile) can use
their card at any of these
libraries!
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Storytime: Sept. 9-10,
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join us for Wii gaming
every Friday from 2 to 4
p.m. in the Story Room.
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us in the Story Room every
Tuesday from 4:30-5:30
p.m.

STAFF PICKS


"Runaway" by
Wendelin Van Draanen
Holly is a 12-year-
old who is sick of being
thrown into abusive foster
care families. When
her latest foster father
punishes her for refusing
to be touched by him, she
decides to run away. In
her journal, she writes of
her journey to find shelter,
hope and love.


environment and your
health, Bittman presents
a convincing and simple
request that people
consider eating less meat
and junk food in order
to help the planet and
themselves. Bittman
also explains the drive
behind the government's
role with supporting "Big
Food."
If this book does not
sway you to make a few
changes in your diet, then
it will at least make you
more aware of how the
food you choose to eat
impacts the world.

QUOTE
"Any book that helps
a child to form a habit of
reading, to make reading
one of his deep and.
continuing needs, is good
for him."
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Work on walking path in full swing


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Construction is under
way on a walking/biking
track around the lake on
the east side of Twin Hills
Park.
"We're moving along
very nicely with a consid-
erable amount of the work
being done in house," said
Crestview Parks and Rec-
reation Director Chuck
Powell.
The park will feature
a half-mile asphalt path
around the lake with
benches, security lighting,
a painted bike lane and 10
fitness stations along the
path. Construction has al-
ready begun on restrooms,
two covered pavilions, and
a 60-foot dock and gazebo.
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prepare to lay an
electrical system that will
light the path.

added on the lake when
the project is complete..
The city of Crestview
received a $200,000 Florida


Recreation Development
Assistance Program grant
to fund the project. The
city is matching the grant
funds through in-kifid ser-
vices with a large portion
of the work being done by
the city's public services
department.
"Our target date for
completion is the end of
the year, and if everything
goes accordingly, then we
shouldn't have any trouble
meeting it," said Powell.
Several local organiza-
tions have expressed an
interest in sponsoring fit-
ness stations in the new
park and will be recog-
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station. Any corporate
or civic group interested
in participating is urged
to contact Powell at the
Crestview Parks and Rec-
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Golden named
Resident of
the Month
at PHC
Parthenon Healthcare of
Crestview is pleased to an-
nounce that Beulah Golden
has been selected as the Res-
ident of the Month for August
2009.
Beulah was born in
Graceville on Nov. 19, 1909.
She was married to Mr. Ivy
Keller Golden (nickname Ivy-
son). They have three sons,
Edwin, Rex and Ivy Jr., and
one daughter, Shirley Sue.
Mrs. Golden used to do
needlework, crochet and em-
broidery. One of her favorite
pastimes was fishing with
her husband, children and
friends and netting the most
blue crabs. She enjoys social-
izing with residents and staff
here at Parthenon.
She's a member of the
First Baptist Church in Mo-
bile, Ala., and enjoys going
to spiritual activities, play-
ing bingo, special events and
other types of activities.


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accepted the items.


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Sports

BRIEFS

Schedule
Thursday
High school volley-
ball
Laurel Hill at Pensac-
ola Christian, JV 5 p.m./V
6 p.m.
Freshmen football
Crestview at Navarre,
7 p.m.
JV football
Crestview at Navarre,
5 p.m.
Middle school foot-
ball
Davidson at Destin,
6:30 p.m.
Meigs at Shoal River,
6:30 p.m.

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

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

BAYA fundraiser
The Baker Area Youth
Association is holding a
fundraising raffle with
the grand prize being a
deer hunt in Kentucky
valued at $2,000.
The five-day hunt is
scheduled for Nov. 15-19
in Christian County, Ken-
tucky and includes five
days lodging, five days of
hunting and $15.0 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 1 mile Fun
Run on Sept. 12 from 7
a.m. until 10 a.m. The
event is a fundraiser for
the 2009 Ainerican Heart
Association Heart Walk.
Information about
the run, as well as the
racecourse and registra-
tion form can be found at
www.chelco.com Regis-
tration is $20 and contin-
ues until 7 a.m. on race
day.
The race begins at 8
a.m. at the Amphitheater
on Circle Drive in DeFa-
niak Springs and ends
near the Amphitheater.
Trophies will be awarded
in the following catego-
ries: Runners - overall
male/female, Top Mas-
ter male/female, Grand
Master male/female, top
three in each age group
male/female. Wheel-
chairs, overall winter.
The 1-mile Fun Run is
for kids 10 and under and
begins at approximately
9 a.m. Trophies will be
awarded to the overall
first boy and girl and top
boy and girl in each age
category.
In addition, there will
be T-shirts, door prizes,
refreshments and mu-
sic. Peddler's Alley, a
craft and yard sale event
in downtown DeFuniak
Springs, will be held in
conjunction with the race
from 8 a.m. until noon.
See BRIEFS B2


TAKING THE PITCH: Davidson's Shi'Kim Coward takes the pitch from quarterback Kyle Koontz as Shoal River
defenders close in.

Panthers best Mustangs in opener


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

A new rivalry was born
Thursday night as Shoal
River Middle School and
Davidson Middle School
met for the first time on
the football field at Jack
Foster Stadium.
See PANTHERS B3


TIMEOUT:
Davidson coach
Chris Small
talks with Austin
Armstrong on
the sidelines
as Jaylynne
Robinson kneels
for a break
after a huge
touchdown run.


Community

spirit on both

sides of the ball

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

For
about eight
minutes, the
unthinkable
took place
Friday
night as a
young Class RANDY
1A Baker
football DICKSON
team took North End Zone
on 4A Crestview in the
Bulletin Bowl.
An upstart Gator team
hung around long enough
to make their presence felt
before the Bulldogs got
untracked and scored 35
points in a span of less than
16 minutes. Those 35 points
were plenty as Crestview
won the game 35-0.
Some have said the
game really isn't a rivalry
because the teams don't
play often enough, or that
when they do play, the game
is usually dominated by
the Bulldogs. I'll give them
those arguments, but there
is more to a rivalry than a
close series or the teams
meeting every year.
If you ask most of the
players from both teams, it
is a rivalry. The Crestview
and Baker kids share the
north end of the county and
are in that special fraternity
of football players.
It's not uncommon to
have Crestview players
living in the Baker zone
or Baker players living
in the Crestview zone.
Throughout the years,
several players have
started at one school and
ended up at the other. And
contrary to popular belief,
it hasn't always been the
Crestview kid that ended up.
at Baker.
The players know each
other and they follow the
other team with a certain
amount of community
pride. I'd dare say most of
the Crestview players will
be rooting for the Gators
the rest of the way, and the
Gators will be pulling for
the Bulldogs.
In reality the game was
a no-win situation for the
Bulldogs. Crestview was
expected to win and win
big. And I imagine there are
some people that claim 35-0
isn't winning big enough.
Those that feel that
way are wrong. This was
a perfect game for the
Bulldog coaching staff to try
some new things and give
some young players their
most significant playing
time of the season.
Crestview called off the
Bulldogs at halftime when
the game was in hand, and
that's the way it should be.
Fans who complain
about a squib kick or some
other things the Bulldogs
worked on, that's just what
they were doing, is working
on things. A team needs
to know it can execute a
certain play when a game
is on the line, and the best
time to do that is when you
are playing a game that is
well in hand.
Yes, teams practice
those things, but there is
nothing like doing them in
a real game to work out the
kinks.
Baker coach Bob
Kellogg said he doesn't
think the Gators will see
another team that hits like
Crestview. And Crestview
linebacker Ben Baber
returned the compliment to
Gator fullback/linebacker
David Beck, saying he is a
big-time hitter with talent.
I hope the Baker-
Crestview game continues
beyond next year's
contract, and not just so the
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BRIEFS from page B1
The race's title sponsors are CHELCO
and CHELCO Services Inc. (CSI). Other
major sponsors include WZEP 1460 AM
Radio, PowerSouth Energy Cooperative
and Touchstone Energy.
For more information about Loop the
Lake and sponsorship opportunities, con-
tact Kathy Morrow at 892-5069, ext. 105, or
kmorrow@chelco.com.

Hunter safety course
offered in Okaloosa County
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission (FWC) is offering a free
hunter safety course in Okaloosa County.
The course will be at the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Extension Office, 127 W Hollywood Blvd.
in Fort Walton Beach. Instruction will take
place from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept. 8,9, 10 and 11; the
range portion of the class will be Sept. 12.
Children under the age of 16 must be ac-
companied by an adult at all times. Students
are encouraged to bring a pencil and paper
with them to take notes.
The hunter safety course is required
for anyone born on or after June 1, 1975,
to purchase a Florida hunting license. The
FWC course satisfies hunter safety training
requirements for all other states and Cana-
dian provinces.
People interested in attending this
course can register online and obtain infor-
mation about future hunter safety classes at
MyFWC.com/HunterSafety or by calling the
FWC's regional office in Panama City at 850-
265-3676.

Knights of Columbus
Golf Tournament
The Knights of Columbus Council 7968
will hold its annual golf tournament Sept. 19
at Foxwood Country Club at 8 a.m.
Cost for the tournament is $31 for.Fox-.
wood members and $45 for non-members in
a four-man format.
For more information or to receive an
entry form contact Pat Quinn at 683-3585 or
225-1390.

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


GATOR RUN: Baker's Justin Lewis carries the ball for the Gators. TRUE COLORS: At right, fans in the Dog Pound show their
true Bulldog colors.

BOWL from page B1


out with 1:52 left in the period.
Less than a minute later, Pickett found
pay dirt again as he was on the receiving
end of a 29-yard pass from Blake Ritchie.
Pickett picked up the hat trick with
his third touchdown at the 8:07 mark of
the second quarter as he scored from 10
yards out to complete a 70-yard drive.
The big play of the drive was a 50-yard.
pass from Ritchie to Artis Coleman.
Pickett and his teammates enjoyed
the rare opportunity to square off against
the Gators.
"It was fun out there playing with
some of the boys I know from down the
road," he said. "It was fun just having a
pretty good game tonight.
"When we came out the first series
and we didn't score, we started thinking
maybe we ought to do something differ-
ent but we just got back in and got it roll-
ing antl didn't stop from there."
Robinson agreed.
"They gave us a little game in the be-
ginning," he said. "They played us tough
in the first quarter until we got warmed
up and got in the flow of the game. All
they need is a couple of more players and
they'll be pretty good."
Rollback Martrez Peoples closed out
the scoring for the Bulldogs, driving to
the end zone from eight yards out with
1:32 left in the half.
With Crestview leading 35-0 at the
half, the third and fourth quarters were
played with a running clock.
The Bulldogs emptied the bench in
the second half, allowing backups to
gain valuable playing time for the future.
Ritchie finished the night 2-of-5 pass-
ing, for 79 yards with two interceptions.
Jacob Ates had the first interception for
the Gators on a pass off to tight end Allen
Caldwell.
Justin Lewis intercepted Ritchie in
the third quarter.


BIG NIGHT: Chris Pickett is interviewed'
after having a big night for the Bulldogs.

The Gator offense could never get
untracked against the quicker Bulldog
defense. Baker finished the game with 60
yards in total offense. Dakota Hooper led
the Baker attack with 22 yards receiving
and eight yards rushing. Lewis had 24
all-purpose yards.
"We were kind of outmanned," Hooper
said. "We hung with them the first six or
seven minutes, but the fatigue started to
show pretty quick. We start next week in
the district and we go from there."
Lewis, who attended Crestview two
years before attending Rocky Bayou
Christian last year, admitted it seemed a
bit awkward standing on the visitor side-
lines.
"It was different," he said. "I was sur-
prised (at how h6 felt). I knew it was go-
ing to be a rough game. We've got a lot
of work to do. I thought we were going
to play with them (after the strong start).
and it was going to be a good game."
Crestview linebacker Ben Baber, like


his teammates, enjoyed playing the Ga-
tors. He was especially impressed with
one Baker player.
"That No. 35,1 I think'his name is David
Beck, he can hit," Baber said. "He can
knock heads.
"It's always fun to go out there and
beat the kids you've grown up beside,
but you've never really got to play. It was
fun to go out there and play with them
and get on the field with them and have
a good time. Even though we were com-
peting, we were still smiling and having a
good time."
Baker coach Bob Kellogg knows his
young team still has some work to do, but
he was pleased with the heart his out-
manned Gators showed.
"They (the Bulldogs) are a good foot-
ball team and they are coached well," he
said. "It (Crestview's depth) caught up
with us once we got tired. I was proud of
our kids.,
"They went out and played hard. We
are still a team that's trying to grow up
and we've got to do that. But I'm proud of
the effort the kids gave."
Kellogg is certain the tough battle
with the Bulldogs will do nothing but help
the Gators.
"Crestview has a good football team
and they are going to win a lot of games,"
he said. "You get worn down and we
knew going in that it was going to be hard
to stay with them because of the depth
factor.%
"I think it helps you because you come
in front of a big crowd and you have all
that emotion and pressure, and now they
are used to it. They have seen it as in-
tense as it is going to get. Nobody's go-
ing hit us like they hit us. Some kids grew
up and it allowed some kids to see what
they have to do. We say, 'When we get in
the playoffs, that's what we are going to
face.'"


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Crestview News Bulletin I B3


PANTHERS from page B1


Jaylynne Robinson
scored three times in the
first five minutes of play
as the Panthers beat the
Mustangs 26-14.
Robinson wasted no
time in displaying his of-
fensive prowess as he
raced for a 97-yard touch-
down on his first carry with
5:33 left in the first quarter.
Robinson's run came after
a punt by SRM's Devon
Siler looked to have pinned
the Panthers deep in their
own territory at the 3-yard
line.
Robinson hardly had a
chance to catch his breath
as Shi' Kim Coward recov-
ered the ensuing kickoff
and the Panthers set up
shop at the Mustang 36.
Robinson covered the dis-
tance on one play as the
Panthers increased the
lead to 12-0.
Robinson's final touch-
down came on the defen-
sive side of the ball as he
intercepted a Shoal River
pass and returned it 50
yards for the score.
Robinson finished the
game with 230 all-purpose
yards and 180 yards rush-
ing on seven carries. -
Panther coach Chris
Small could only shake his
head over Robinson's per-
formance.
"It was unbelievable,"
he said. "The kid is an
awesome athlete and an
awesome football player.
He makes a difference on
a team.
"Thank goodness Jay-
lynne busted the long run
and had the interception or
it's a different ball game."
Shoal River coach Chris
Sweatt was equally im-
pressed.
"We had him pinned
on the one and had him
bottled up, but, he busted
out around and outran us


.SHOAL RIVER
MUSTANGS:
Coach Ch-is
Sweatt gives
his Mustargs
pointers during
a timeout.

TIMEOUT: Ir
Davidson
coach Chris
Small talks
with Austin
Armstrong on
the sidelines
as Jaylynne S�
Robinson kneels
for a break
after a huge
touchdown rjun

down the sideline (on the
97-yard run)," Sweatt said.
"Hats off to him. He's a
great player.


"He's probably one of down, but they refused to At the same time the
the top three players in the be counted out as they held Shoal River offense was
county." the Panthers scoreless the picking up some steam be-
The Mustangs were remainder-of the first half. hind the running of Siler


who finished the game with
128 yards on 15 carries.
Siler scored the first
touchdown in Mustang his-
tory from a yard out with
26 seconds left in the first
half.
The touchdown was set
up by Jarrod Miller's fum-
ble recovery.
Davidson was unable
to score in the third quar-
ter despite having the ball
for all but four plays in the
period.
However the Panthers
were driving when the third
quarter ended and were
deep in Mustang territory
as the teams changed ends
of the field.
Davidson increased the
lead to 26-6 on the second
play of the fourth quarter
when Kyle Koontz hit Jer-
emy Bailey with a 13-yard
touchdown pass.
Siler capped off the
scoring with a 62-yard run
for the Mustangs with 4:57
left in the fourth quarter.
Sweatt was proud of the
way his team responded
with its backs to the wall.
"I asked my boys to
show up in the second half
and that's what they did
and. I'm proud of them,"
he said. "I asked them to
play with heart, and I kind
of feel like that's what they
played with. They played
with everything they've got
and they didn't give up."
Small wasn't surprised
by Shoal River's tenacity.
"We knew we were go-
ing to be in a tough fight,"
he said. "Coach Sweatt
over there does a great
job. They came out and
showed us some forma-
tions we weren't expect-
ing.
"I might have been out-
coached tonight. Their
kids were playing hard
running it up the middle."


Crestview clay shoot to take aim for scholarships DICKSON from page B1


Special to the News Bulletin

Pensacola Junior College is
hosting its first-ever clay shoot
Sept. 26 and the event will take
place in Crestview.
The event will raise money
for PJC student scholarships,
needed now more than ever,
school officials said.
Proceeds from the ,Take
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Aim for Scholarships will *go
to the Universal Scholarship
fund, which assists students
who fall between the financial
aid cracks.
Phlebotomy student LaToya
Michelle Nicholson says her
Universal Scholarship is a god-
send.
"The scholarship was the
best thing to happen for me.


It brought success to my
dreams," says Nicholson.
The clay shoot takes place
at Shoal River Sporting Clays
and Shooting Center in Crest-
view. Pre-event activities begin
at 10 a.m. with a shotgun start
at 11:30. Awards, prizes and a
barbecue lunch are part of the
event. Individual entries are
$100 with 16 maximum. Corpo-


rate teams and sponsors are
also encouraged to participate.
Registration deadline is
Sept. 18.
For more information or to
register by phone, call 850-484-
1560 or e-mail foundation@pjc.
edu. Printable mail-in registra-,
tion forms are also available at
alumni.pjc.edu and www.pjc.
edu/foundation.


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given the Bulldogs a pretty good battle with
their strong senior class.
I think the game is good for the com-
munity and good for the players. It's fun to
see everyone come together to celebrate
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B4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Arts & Entertainment


Wednesday, September 9, 2009


By Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
As far as Sabine Ly-
ons is concerned, the arts
aren't just anything spe-
cial. They're something
essential. As both a visual
arts and a language arts
teacher at Laurel Hill
School, Lyons' life - and
classroom - are filled
with art.
Whether painting pic-
tures with words, sketch-
ing them with pencils or
modeling them in clay or
wire, Lyons' life always
has been immersed in a
world of art.
"I was born in New
York but spent many of
my early years growing up
in Austria. My mother is
Austrian, and my father is
Polish," Lyons explained.
"I love Austria. Though
I am an American, I still
also feel Austrian since
German was my first lan-
guage, and everything
I knew in my formative
years was about Austria.
I actually grew up in Vi-
enna."
The arts figured strong-
ly in Lyons' life right from
the start.
"Both my parents are
artists, and both use a
variety of media for their
art pieces," Lyons related.
Animated film is both a
vocation and avocation for
each parent.
"My father has won
several international art
festival awards for his ani-
mated shorts," Lyons said.
"They worked in the ani-
mation industry for over
50 years, working with leg-
endary artists like Hanna
and Barbera, whom I had
the pleasure of knowing as
a child. I have several au-
tographed cells and other
items from them, as do my
children."
Her parents also


worked at Filmation and
other studios, "and even
received an invitation to
work for Disney at one
time," Lyons said proudly.
"They moved up in the
field and headed the set-
up of new studios over-
seas in Poland and Korea
for some of the studios.
Both are now retired but
still continue to produce
their own artwork."
Lyons' upbringing re-
inforces the importance of
parents introducing their
children to the arts.


"I have been fortunate
to have enjoyed the vast
cultural experiences from
the many countries I vis-
ited during my youth," she
said. "Even as a child, I
enjoyed art in its various
venues, taking ballet, tap
and jazz classes, and fig-
ure skating, which is still a
love of mine today. Unfor-
tunately, the opportunity
to still practice it is not as
readily available as it once
was," she smiled.
"I had my picture in
the paper as being one


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I
Crestview News Bulletin
TEACHER: Above, Sabine
Lyons stands with her
seventh-grade language
arts class. "To express
oneself in song, dance,
paint or the written word
is indeed a gratifying
experience," she said.
ARTIST: At left, Laurel
Hill School English and
art teacher Sabine Lyons
displays one of the clay
pieces she has created.
Examples of her works fill
her classroom.

of the honorable mention
winners in an art show
in Los Angeles County,
along with my mother,"
Lyons continued. "I even
have a picture of myself
with Charlton Heston
when he and his family
attended an art showing
at a Gallery in Woodland
Hills, Calif. They took
home one of my pieces of
art, and later Mrs. Heston
sent me a postcard telling
me it was hanging in their
hallway."
Between travels with


"Have ne& experiences every day if
possible. Life is a gift, and I don't
want to waste a single moment of it."

Sabine Lyons
Laurel Hill School teacher and artist


her family and experienc-
es of her own, Lyons has
encountered artists from
all walks of life.
"I have enjoyed meet-
ing Wyland, and in music,
I have several autographs
of country singers, but
also a picture with Johnny
Rivers," Lyons said. "In
the acting world, I had
the pleasure to meet Jack
Lord when I was stationed
in Hawaii when I was in
the U.S. Navy. He signed
my program for me, and
we chatted briefly."
This is Lyons' fifth
year as a teacher, and,
her classroom is a stimu-
lating environment * for,
bringing out the creativ-
ity of her students, who
sit in several clusters of
work areas. Her students
range from first grade
through 12th.
"I enjoy teaching both
English and art because
they are both subjects of
creativity," Lyons said.
"To express oneself in
song, dance, paint or the
written word is indeed a
gratifying experience.
"I am very proud of all
my students, and we did
quite well in the annual
county art show," she con-
tinued. "The first year,
we received 10 awards,
the second, 18, and this
last year, we received 15,
which I thought was out-
standing for the school
and class size we have
at our school. One of my
English students also won
the poetry division in the
Pearson Blueprints for


Exceptional Writing Con-
test last year."
Teaching at a. small
school in small town is by
no means a limitation for
Lyons, and she doesn't be-
lieve for a minute it should
be one for her students ei-
ther. In fact, she just self-
published her first book, a
children's story, which she
also illustrated.
"I try to stress to all my
students that there are no
limitations on their suc-
cess or their creativity,"
she declared. "The very
next Rembrandt could be
right there in my class-
room - the very next
president even. I want
them to feel empowered
to go for their goals and
not just settle for what
they believe to be the most
they can accomplish. I be-
lieve in all of them, I truly
do."
When Lyons' students
tackle an art project, they
aren't alone. Their teacher
works on the same project
in the same media with
them.
"Everything the kids
do, I do as well," she said.
"I am not the greatest art-
ist ever, but I love art in
any form, and I love try-
ing new things and seeing
what I might be capable
of.
"I truly believe what I
always tell my kids: Never
stop learning and trying
new things. Have new
experiences every day if
possible. Life is a gift, and
I don't want to waste a sin-
gle moment of it."


Community arts

CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Youth Orchestra
Auditions
SEPT. 12 & 13 *
The Northwest Florida
Symphony Youth
Orchestra (NFSYO) will.
host auditions in the
orchestra room of the
Music Wing at the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center at
the Northwest Florida
State College Niceville
campus. The NFSYO is a
full orchestra with more
than 50 talented young
musicians in grades
six through 12 and is
sponsored by NWF State
College, the Northwest
Florida Symphony
Guild and supported by
individual contributions.
Auditions for advanced
strings will be Saturday
between 10 a.m. and 4
p.m. Woodwinds, brass
and percussion auditions
will be held on Sunday
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Some scholarships will
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The Spider
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SEPT. 17 * Which is
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Wednesday, September 9, 2009


Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I BS


OUR LOCAL ARCHITECTURE


Crestview's new Wayer office building striking


By Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Reminded recently by a visit
from retired forester John Mc-
Mahon that architecture is one
of our community's most visible
arts, the News Bulletin will from
time-to-time visit new and exist-
ing buildings that significantly
contribute to our community's
streetscape. At McMahon's
suggestion, we recently visited
Dr. Jennifer Wayer's new dental
offices.
One of the most striking
buildings to rise in the north
end of the county in a long time
opened Sept. 1 with a ribbon cut-
ting and open house at Wayer's
offices.
The first phase of the
planned two buildings of the
Wayer Professional Park has
been catching the eye of pass-
ers-by who have watched it rise
on E. Fourth Ave. off of S.R. 85
near Crestview High School.
The exciting addition to the
north county streetscape offers
hints of Frank Lloyd Wright's


Prairie School of design, in its
horizontal arrangement and
impressive stone columns, and
maybe just a touch of film de-
signer Ken Adam's post-mod-
ernism, in the juxtaposition of
soaring, airy interiors brought
down to a more personal scale
by the weight of solid yet com-
fortable furnishings.
The waiting room and lobby
of Wayer's dental suite is a gor-
geous space with a tall, vaulted
atrium and large windows
through which the dramatic,
pyramidal stone columns that
grace the building's facade are
always visible.
The arch motif is echoed
across the front of the building
in both dormer windows and
dramatic archways over the en-
trances to the individual offices.
Over Wayer's entry, it's a double
arch, with arched clerestory
windows between.
A copper-look metal roof
offers both texture and color,
complementing the burnt or-
ange and ochre paint scheme of
the building.


The 9,900-square-foot build-
ing was designed by, Jim Dowl-
ing of the FortWalton Beach firm
of Kendrick*David*Dowling
Architects Inc. from sugges-
tions submitted by Wayer and
her husband, Jerry.
Wayer conceived the basic
floor plan, which features mul-
tiple spacious examination and
treatment rooms, labs and offic-
es. Jerry Wayer said the couple
have been working on the proj-
ect for nearly five years since its
initial conception.
Wayer's suite occupies 4,900
square feet of the building.
Among tenants for the remain-
ing 5,000 square feet is a Navy
and Air Force recruitment office.
A second, complementary build-
ing is planned for the land east
of the first phase to complete the
professional office park.

If a building or home, old or
new, in our area catches your
eye, let us know about it by call-
ing us at 682-6524 or e-mailing
brianh@crestviewbulletin.
com.


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Crestview News Bulletin
HUMAN SCALE: Patients
enter into a lofty atrium
lobby and waiting room
in which the arches
outside are echoed
in the ceiling. More
down-to-earth elements,
such as comfortable,
traditional furnishings
and a homey bowl of
fresh apples, provide
a human scale. WAYER
BUILDING: Above,
the first phase of the
Wayer Professional
Park, designed by Fort
Walton Beach architect
Jim Dowling, opened
recently on E. Fourth
St. WELCOME: Above,
inset, a bubbling
fountain with benches
welcomes visitors in
front of the soaring
arches of the building's
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Crestview, Florida at
.10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009:
Dated this 18th day of
August, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE tIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09


1160 - Lost
1170 - Found Legal # 100799
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000240 C
Notice is hereby given
that D. Bresee, Keith
-Legal # 100798 - Bresee, and Farrar Mc-
Nair, as holder of the
NOTICE OF APPLICA- following certificate,
TION FOR TAX DEED has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
2009 TD 000278 C sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
Notice is hereby given year of issuance, the
that Augustine Russell, name in which the
as holder of the follow- property is assessed
ing certificate, has filed and the description of
said certificate for a Tax the property is as fol-
Deed to be issued lows:
thereon. The certificate Certificate # 1354 of
number and year of is- 2007 Assessed to:
suance, the name in JOHN B SENTERFITT
which the property is Description: EDNEY
assessed and the de- 2ND ADD LOT 14 BLK
scription of the prop- 4
erty is as follows: Parcel ID#:
Certificate #, 3228 of 08-3N-23-0742-0004-
2007 Assessed to: AL- 0140 Opening Bid:
ICE MELVIN $18,079.65
Description: 1ST ADD All of-said property be-
PORTERS REPLAT (OF ing in the County of
HOLT) BLK 23 Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Parcel , ID: ida.
33-3N-25-2090-0023- Unless the certificate is
0000 Opening Bid: redeemed according to
$794.46 law, the property de-
All of said property be- scribed in the certifi-
ing in the County of cate will be sold to the
Okaloosa, State of Flor- highest bidder in the
ida. BCC Board Meeting
*Unless,the certificate is Room at the Okaloosa
redeemed according to County Courthouse,
law, the property de- Crestview, Florida at
scribed in the certifi- 10:00 a.m. on October
cate will be sold to the 7, 2009.
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting Dated this 18th day of
Room at the Okaloosa August, 2009.
County Courthouse, DON W. HOWARD


'1V0 .�1 '1103 .1,0A3

t CLERK OF THE CIR- County Courthouse, Unless the certificate is BCC Board Meeting August, 2009.
r CUIT COURTS Crestview, Florida at redeemed according to Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD Dated this 18th day of
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 10:00 a.m. on October law, the property de- County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- August, 2009.
7, 2009. scribed in the certifi- Crestview, Florida at CUIT COURTS DON W. HOWARD
08/19/09 cate will be sold to the 10:00 a.m. on October By: Lisa L. Guia, DC CLERK OF THE CIR-
08/26/09 Dated this 18th day of highest bidder in the 7,2009. CUIT COURTS
09/02/09 August, 2009. BCC Board Meeting 08/19/09 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
09/09/09 DON W. HOWARD Room at the Okaloosa Dated this 18th day of 08/26/09
CLERK OF THE CIR- County Courthouse, August, 2009. 09/02/09 . 08/19/09
CUlT COURTS Crestview, Florida at DON W. HOWARD 09/09/09 08/26/09
Legal # 100800 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 10:00 a.m. on October CLERK OF THE CIR- 09/02/09
7, 2009. CUlT COURTS 09/09/09
NOTICE OF APPLICA- 08/19/09 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Legal # 100808
TION FOR TAX DEED 08/26/09 Dated this 18th day of
09/02/09 August, 2009. . 08/19/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- Legal # 100809
2009 TD 000241 S 09/09/09 DON W. HOWARD 08/26/09 TION FOR TAX DEED
CLERK OF THE CIR- 09/02/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Notice is hereby given Legal # 100802 CUIT COURTS 09/09/09 2009 TD 000249 S TION FOR TAX DEED
that PPTS 452, LLC, as By: Lisa L. Gua, DCD000250S
holder of the following NOTICE OF APPLICA- Notice is hereby given 2009 TD 000250 S
certificate, has filed TION FOR TAX DEED 08/19/09 Legal # 100806 that Gulf Group Hold-
said certificate for a Tax 08/26/09 ings, as holder of the Notice is hereby given
Deed to' be issued 2009 TD 000243 C 09/02/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- following certificate, that Gulf Group Hold-
thereon. The certificate 09/09/09 TION FOR TAX DEED , has filed said certificate wings, as holder of the
number and year of is- Notice is hereby given 2009 fora 000247 sued thereon. The cer- following certificate,
suance, the name in that Gulf Group Hold- Legal # 100804 2009tificaTD 000247 S s ued thereon. The cer- has filed said certificate



,2007 Assessed to: tificate number and for sl6 T "a eie. tbi property is assessed
LLC name in which t propethe that Gulf Group Hold- tifi mb d 2007 Assessed to the property is as fol-
escription: EMERALD property is assessed wings, as holder of the year of issuance, the S & JOHN thereon. The ows
LAES COMMERCIAL an the description of following certificateificate, NOTICE OF APPLICA that Gulf Group Hold- name in which the tificate number# 113 ofand
scrip LOT 4 LESS BEG the property is as fol- has filed said ceX DEED ings, as holder of thcate property is assessed PINE 2007 Assessed to:
erty is as follows: lows for a Tax Deed to be is- following certificate, andthe descr f S LOT 45 DAVID L. TALBERThe
DEG E ANG E BRY Certificate # 3139 of sued thereon. The cer- -Description: COM-
LOT 4 98.24 FT N77 2007 Assessed to: tificate number and the property is as fol is assessed
DEG W21056 FT TO E SHRI JALA BAPA IN year of issuance, the d thereon. The cer- Certificate # 406 of 33S-25 of the 42060erty is as fol-000B UNIT
RW OPALOCKA LN Description: COM NE name in which the that Gulf Group Hd- tificate number and 2007 Assessed to: lows ID:
N12 DEGscri E MERALG RD COR NE1/4 OF NE1/4 property is assessed wings, as holder of the year of issuance, the FREDA S & JOHN T 002S225000000


LAES.11.85 FT THC OMMERCIALG W221 FT TO WLY R/W and the description of following certificate, name in whic All of d the KELLY e' 0060 Opening Bid:
CRV 102.27 FT THC 77 ST RD 85 THCSWLY t he property is as fol- has filed said certificate t e hep $4,344.52
DEG E 232.47 FLOT TO ALG Rlows: for a Tax Deed to be is- T TO lows: NIT 100sW, PARKING kaoosa, State of For- A of said property be-
PDE POB E ANG E BDRY Certificate # 31 SWLY 392 Certifisuedate # 401 of #50 & STORAGE #rti ida the County of


parcel ID#: FT WOT 4 98.24 FT TO N77 2007 Assessed t 2007 o: tificate number and to: MERCOkaoosa, State of For-
DEC W00-2S-22-0985-0000- COR OF NE1/4JALABA O yF ROBERT B & KERRY Pls-le ertificateis 40 o SPre0 ida T
0040 Opening Bid: NW1/4 N546 FT S76 TNE nae n whch thS 00 Unless the certifict5 OpeningBidate isD:
$51,65308 DEG E789 FT N87 DEG DescriptioDe: ST BARTH 1006 Opening Bid: of said property be- $4,344.5 redeemed according to
All of said02.27 F p property be- E266 FT TO P LESS @ SILVER SHELLS CA- 040 c ing in the County ofe law the property e-
DEng in th County of -0042-6. 935 FT TO lows: UNIT 1006W, PARKING Okaloosa State ofwFie- l ti the s i n th ofer
POBC t POB CiNT SWLY 392 Centiifigate # 401 of #nth d in the Centydf-




5Okaloosa, State of Flor- OR 2047/210 Parcel ID#: t cOkaloosa, Statl be sold to ther-
Parcel. ID#:Parcel ID#: FT TO SW 200-27 Assessed to: Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is hest bidder in the
Unle00-2S-22-09 the certifi85-0000- OR OF NE1/4 OF ROBERT B &ate is 323N2300000042- 00B Opening Bid: Uless the certificate is Co Courthous Board Meeting
0040redeemed according to 0030NW1/4 N546 FT 76 TANDREWS 00 Opening Bid: $5,100.77 redeemed according to Crestview Fl orida at at the Okaloosa
All of saidaw, the property de- E266 FT TO POB$18,719.39 All of said property beLLS CA- lA property be- a Octobe County Courthouse,


scribeng in the certifi- All of said property e- ing in the County of sbed onp ty c e - . n Crestview, Florida atifi-
cate will be sold to the ing in the County of Okaloosa; State of Flor cne in the Col ttof heb 10:00 a.m. on Oc to ber
highest bidder in the OaSkaloosaeoStateFBofBFlor-ina highest bidder in theSo7,2009.


UnlessC Bo ard Meeting is 32-3N-23-0000-0042- 0da. Unlessthe certificate is C Brtd Meet Litter Happ
Room at the Okaloosa Unless the certfcate s redeemed according. to t the Okaloosa Dated this 18th day ofosa
C ou n ty C courthouse, redeemed according to law, the property d e emed according to Crestview, Florida Augusnty Courthouse,, 2009.
sc ribe d in the certifi- All of said property de- scribed in the certifi- Crte o theifi- 7,2009. ' DON W f. HOWARDn
c10:00 a.m. on October scribed in the County of Okaloosa State of Flor- cate will be old to the e CLERK OF THE CIR-
7,hest bidder in t e will be sold to the hi het bidder in the 009. CUT COURTS
Ci Board Meeting ida.t bUnless the cedteay BrC Board Meeting p peL
Room at the Okaloosa Unless the certificate is redeemed according D ated this 18th day of
CAugust, 2009. Courthouse, redeemed according to law, C oun ty C courthouse, A ta0,.


DON W. HOWARD County Couperty de- scribed in the certifi- Crestview, Florida at DON ARD
CLERK 10:00 a.m. on Otober scribed in the certifi- cda at 10:00 a.m e will be sold n Octothe0:00 a.m.ber CLERK OF THE CIR
7,2009. cate will be sold to the highest bidder in the7 CUT COURTS


' t a hhest bidder in the BCC Board Meetingh day of aL Gua DC
08/19/09 Dated this 18th day ing Room at the Okaloosa Dated this 18th day 9of
08/26/09 August, 2009. DON W. HOWARD 08//0County Courthouse, Crestview, Florida at


09/02/09 DON W. HOWARD CLERK OF THE CIR- 09/N2/0
09/09/09 CLERK OF THE CIR- CUat 10:00 a.m. on OcCOURT ober CLERK OF THE CIR-
By: Lisa L. Guia, D C 7,UT COURTS By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 9
Legal #100801 y:Dated this 18th day ofDC By:isL Guia, DC i.


NOTICE OF APPLICA- 08/19/09 08/th26/09 Legal #100807 Complete Auto Paint- Harold Ganes
TION FOR TAX DEED 08/26/09 09/02/09 ing includes body work Repairs, Remodeling,
09/02/09 09/09/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- & material $500. Also Additions, Concrete/
2009 TD 000242 C 09/09/09 TION FOR TAX DEED insurance work, Parking Lot Work,
deductibles not a Carpentry and Roofing.
Legal # 100805 2009 TD 000248 S problem. Call 543-3539 Lic. #RG 0005399.
Notice is hereby given Legal # 100803 850-862-0383
that Gulf Group Hold- NOTICE OF APPLICA- Ndtice is hereby given
ings, as holder of the NOTICE OF APPLICA- TION FOR TAX DEED that Gulf Group Hold- fl
following . certificate, TION FOR TAX DEED ings, as holder of the ALasco Handyman
has fileol said certificate 2009 TD 000246 S following certificate, Inc. Licensed and In-
for a Tax Deed to be is- 2009 TD 000244 C has filed said certificate Child Care S-110, ex- sured. Honestand
sued thereon. The cer-' Notice is hereby given for a Tax Deed to be is- perlenced, registered dependable, refer-
tificate number and Notice is hereby given that Gulf Group Hold- sued thereon. The cer- provider. 398-8832 ences. Call Terry
year of issuance, the that Gulf Group Hold- ings, as holder of the tificate number and Parents! 902-3928
name in which the ings, as holder of the following certificate, year of issuance, the It's not too late to enroll
property is assessed following certificate, has filed said certificate name in which the your child in the free
and the description of has filed said certificate for a Tax Deed to be is- property is assessed Voluntary Pre-K pro-
the property is as fol- for a Tax Deed to be is- sued thereon. The cer- and the description of gram. Twin Hills Learn- o lTR
lows: sued thereon. The cer- tificate number and the property is as fol- ing Center West still
Certificate # 1060 of tificate number and year of issuance, the lows: has openings for 4 and
2007 Assessed to: year of issuance, the name in which the Certificate #. 2399 of 5 year olds. For those Land Clearing,
DUGGAN POND DEV name in which the property is assessed 2007 Assessed to: who would like to take Dirt Hauling &
GROUP II LLC . property is assessed and the description of MASAE S. SPEARS advantage of this free Demolition. No job to
Description: PARCEL and the description of the property is as fol- Description: ELLIOTTS program, Twin Hills has big or small. Call for
A: COM NE COR W the property is as fol- lows: POINT 10TH ADD LOT applications to sign up estimate. 543-3539
1675.37 FT TO POB S4 lows: Certificate # 3246 of 28 BLK 18 your child. For further43
DEG W 2004.78 FT TO Certificate # 2423 of 2007 Assessed to: Parcel ID#: information contact us
R/W S34 DEG W459.89 2007 Assessed to: GLADYS V SMITH 18-2S-23-080L-0018- at 689-1663 or We dispose of mobile
FT ALG CURVE 283.79 WILLIAM R & LAURIE Description: BEG 509 0280 Opening Bid: 682-0212. homes & buildings and
FT N39 DEG W309.24 SCHUMPERT FT W OF SE COR OF $6,472.64 transport them. Call for
FT ALG CURVE 441.35 Description: COM SW SE1/4 OF NE1/4 W85 All of said property be- estimate. 543-3539
FT N7 DEG E3167.36 COR N824 FT S77 FT N140 FT E85 FT ing in the County of
FT S88 DEG E723.64 DEG E275.26 FT S140 FT TO BEG Okaloosa, State of Flor-
FT TO POB N534.28 FT TO POB 729/448 ida.
Statutory Opening Bid: N106.9 FT S89 DEG Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is Honest & Dependable
$66,315.13 . ' E350 FT S3 DEG 34-1S-24-0000-0032- redeemed according to Lady will clean your
All of said property be- E116.2 FT N77 DEG 0220 Opening Bid: law, the property de- house/apartment on
ing in the County of W100 FT S50.47 FT $7,779.70 scribed in the certifi- your schedule. Free
Okaloosa, State of Flor- N77 DEG W267 FT TO All of said property be- cate will be sold to the Est. Ref s 398-6230 NO INSURANCE? Pay-
ida. POB ing in the County of highest bidder in the ing Dental, Vision, Chi-
Unless the certificate is Parcel ID#: Okaloosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meeting ropractic, and Prescrip-
redeemed according to 18-3N-22-0000-0001- ida. Room at the Okaloosa tion out of pocket? Get
law, the property de- 002Z Opening Bid: Unless the certificate is County Courthouse, huge saving for your
scribed in the certifi- $4,328.82 redeemed according to Crestview, Florida at entire family with local
cate will be sold to the All of said property be- law, the property de- 10:00 a.m. on October 2 Brothers providers call Darlene
highest bidder in the ing in the County of scribed in the certifi- 7 2009. Handyman Service today! Dial
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Room at the Okaloosa ida. highest bidder in the Dated this 18th day of 902-5998/902-3282 50% now until Sept. 14.


By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
08/19/09
08/26/09
09/02/09
09/09/09

Legal # 100810
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000251 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 # 846 of
2007 Assessed to:
ROBERT & JOHN W.
KERNEN
Description: RACE
TRACK RD S/D LOT 13
& 14 BLK A
Parcel ID:
02-2S-24-213A-000A
-0130 - Opening Bid:
$12,814.26
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.

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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 # 100811
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000252 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 # 2221 of
2007 Assessed to:
DAVID WORN
Description :
BAYSHORE LOT 18
BLK 5
Parcel ID:
17-1S-22-3090-0005-
0180 Opening Bid:
$3,976.43
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# 100812
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
2009 TD 000253 S
Notice is hereby given


S.. 103 ....


BLK 2 681/157
Parcel ID:
02-2S-24-1004-0002-
that Gulf Group Hold- 0030 Opening Bid:
ings, as holder of the $3,782.87
following certificate, All of said property be-
has filed said certificate ing in the County of
for a Tax Deed to be is- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
sued thereon. The cer- ida.
tificate number and Unless the certificate is
year of issuance, the redeemed according to
name in which the law, the property de-
property is assessed scribed in the certifi-
and the description of cate will be sold to the
the property is as fol- highest bidder in the
lows: BCC Board Meeting
Certificate # 511 of Room at the Okaloosa
2007 Assessed to: County Courthouse,
ADRICCARTER LLC Crestview, Florida at
Description: TWIN 10:00 a.m. on October
LAKES PH II LOT 131 7, 2009.
Parcel ID:
00-2S-22-5331-0000- Dated this 18th day of
1310 Opening Bid: August, 2009.
$15,096.57 DON W. HOWARD
All of said property be- CLERK OF THE CIR-
ing in the County of CUlT COURTS
Okaloosa, State of Flor- By: Lisa L. Guia, DC
ida.
Unless the certificate is 08/19/09
redeemed according to 08/26/09
law, the property de- 09/02/09
scribed in the certifi- 09/09/09
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting Legal #100814
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Crestview, Florida at TION FOH TAX DEED
10:00 a.m. on October
7, 2009. 2009 TD 000255 S
Dated this 18th day of Notice is hereby given
August, 2009. that Gulf Group Hold-
DON W. HOWARD ings, as holder of the
CLERK OF THE CIR- following certificate,
CUlT COURTS has filed said certificate
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
08/19/09 tificate number and
08/26/09 year of issuance, the
09/02/09 name in which the
09/09/09 property is assessed
and the description of
Legal #100813 the property is as fol-
lows:
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Certificate # 1260 of
TION FOR TAX DEED 2007 Assessed to:
LARRY L. & LYNNE T.
2009 TD 000254 S LOWE
Description: HELMS &
Notice is hereby given ALLEN S/DTW1/2 LOT 5
that Gulf Group Hold- ALL OF LOT 6 & E1/2
ings, as holder of the LOT7 BLK7
following certificate, 71Parcel-22-1130-0007ID:
has filed said certificate 07-1S-22-1130-0007-
for a Tax Deed to be is- 0050 Opening Bid:
sued thereon. The cer- $6,807.76 "
tificatb number and All of said property be-
year of issuance, the ing in the County of
name in which the Okaloosa, State of Flor-
property is assessed ida.
and the description ofc
the property is as fol- Unless the certificate is
lows: redeemed according to
Certificate # 3424 of law, the property de-
2007 Assessed to: scribed in the certifi-
JOSHUAAs T. PINE cate will be sold tthe
EARNEST EVANS .highest bidder in the
Description: 4TH ADD BCC Board Meeting
GARNIER BCH LOT 3 Room at the Okaloosa




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By: Lisa L. Guia, DC RECORDED IN PLAT AS AMENDED FROM be entered against you
BOOK 21, PAGE(S) 17, TIME TO TIME, OF for the relief demanded NOTICE OF ACTION
08/19/09 OF THE PUBLIC REC- THE PUBLIC REC- in the Complaint or pe-
08/26/09 ORDS OF OKALOOSA ORDS OF OKALOOSA tition. TO:
09/02/09 COUNTY, FLORIDA. C O U N T Y , VENEZA VELEZ
09/09/09 FLORIDA.TOGETHER This notice shall be LAST KNOWN AD-
has been filed against WITH ANY AND ALL published once each DRESS: 15 OAK
Legal # 100819 you and you are re- AMENDMENTS TO week for two consecu- LANE
quired to serve a copy THE DECLARATION tive weeks in the Crest- SHALIMAR, FL 32579
NOTICE OF APPLICA- of your written de- AND ANY UNDIVIDED view News Bulletin.
TION FOR TAX DEED fenses, if any, on or INTEREST IN THE CURRENT ADDRESS:
before 10/05/09, on COMMON ELEMENTS WITNESS my hand and UNKNOWN
2009 TD 000260 S Florida Default Law OR APPURTENANCES the seal of this Court
Group, PL., Plaintiffs THERETO on this 21 day of Au- ANY AND ALL UN-
Notice is hereby given attorney, whose ad- gust, 2009. KNOWN PARTIES
that Gulf Group Hold- dress is 9119 Corpo- has been filed against CLAIMING BY,
ings, as holder of the rate Lake Drive, Suite you and you are re- Don W. Howard THROUGH, UNDER,
300, Tampa, Florida quired to serve a copy Clerk of the Court AND AGAINST THE


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County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, DC following certificate, 33634, and file the orig- of your written de- By: Anita Cantrall
Crestview, Florida at has filed said certificate inal with this Court ei- senses, if any, on or As Deputy Clerk
10:00 a.m. on October 08/19/09 for a Tax Deed to be is- other before service on before 10/5/09, on
7, 2009. 08/26/09 sued thereon. The cer- Plaintiff's attorney or Florida Default Law Invoice to & Copy to:
09/02/09 tificate number and immediately thereafter; Group, PL., Plaintiff's Florida Default Law
Dated this 18th day of 09/09/09 year of issuance, the otherwise a default will attorney, whose ad- Group, RL.
August, 2009. name in which the be entered against you dress is 9119 Corpo- P.O. Box 25018
DON W. HOWARD property is assessed for the relief demanded rate Lake Drive, Suite Tampa, Florida
CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal # 100816 and the description of in the Complaint or pe- 300, Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
CUIT COURTS . the property is as fol- tition. 33634, and file the orig- COUNTRY-SPECFNMA-
By: Lisa L. Guia, DC NOTICE OF APPLICA- lows: final with this Court ei- B-Icurry-F09041688
TION FOR TAX DEED Certificate # 308 of This notice shall be their before service on **See Americans with
08/19/09 2007 Assessed to: published once each Plaintiff's attorney or Disabilities Act
08/26/09 2009 TD 000257 C RICHARD L & PATTI L week for two consecu- immediately thereafter; IMPORTANT
09/02/09 MOREA tive weeks in the Crest- otherwise a default will
09/09/09 Notice is hereby given Description: STONE- view News Bulletin. be entered against you In accordance with
that Gulf Group Hold- BRIDGE PH II @ for the relief demanded the Americans with Dis-
ings, as holder of the KELLY PLANTATION WITNESS my hand and in the Complaint or pe- abilities Act, persons
Legal # 100815 following certificate, LOT 20 BLKJJ the seal of this Court tition. with disabilities need-
has filed said certificate Parcel ID: on this 21 day of Au- ing special accommo-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- 00-2S-22-1444-00JJ- gust, 2009. This notice shall be dation to participate in
TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- 0200 Opening Bid: published once each this proceeding should
tificate number and $20,450.03 Don W. Howard week for two consecu- contact Court Adminis-
2009 TD 000256 C year of issuance, the All of said property be- Clerk of the Court tive weeks in the Crest- tration at 101 James
name in which the ing in the County of view News Bulletin. Lee Boulevard East,
Notice is hereby given property is assessed Okaloosa, State of Flor- By: Aunita Cantrall Crestview, FL,
that Gulf Group Hold- and the description of ida. . As Deputy Clerk WITNESS my hand and 32536-3515; telephone
ings, as holder of the the property is as fol- Unless the certificate is the seal of this Court number (850)
following certificate, lows: redeemed according to Invoice to & Copy to: on this 20 day of Au- 689-5000, Extension
has filed said certificate -Certificate # 1177 of law, the property de- Florida Default Law gust, 2009. 7497, prior to the pro-
for a Tax Deed to be is- 2007 Assessed to: WA- scribed in the certifi- Group, P.L. ceeding. or Shalimar
sued thereon. The cer- TERVIEW DEVELOP- cate will be sold to the RO. Box 25018 Don W. Howard (850) 651-7497
tificate number and MENT LLC highest bidder in the Tampa, Florida Clerk of the Court
year of issuance, the Desc ri pti o n : BCC Board Meeting 33622-5018 By: Anita Cantrall IMPORTANT
name in -.which the- RIVERCHASE S/D PH Room at the Okaloosa COUNTRY-SPECFNMA- As Deputy Clerk
property is assessed -11II LOT 19 BLK B County Courthouse, B-lcurry-F09057094 In accordance with
and the description of Parcel ID: Crestview, Florida at **See Americans with Invoice to & Copy to: the Americans with Dis-
the property is as fol- 06-2N-23-5002-OOOB- 10:00 a.m. on October Disabilities Act Florida Default Law abilities Act, persons
lows: 0190 Opening Bid: 7,2009. IMPORTANT Group, PL. with disabilities need-
Certificate # 3144 of $1,851.69 RO. Box 25018 ing special accommo-
2007 Assessed to: All of said property be- Dated this 18th day of In accordance with Tampa, Florida nation to participate in
BEST CHOICE RE- ing in the County of August, 2009. the Americans with Dis- 33622-5018 this proceeding should
ALTY INO Okaloosa, State of Flor- DON W. HOWARD .abilities Act, persons NMNC-CONV-R-khart- contact Court Adminis-
Description: COM SE ida. CLERK OF THE CIR- with disabilities need- maipr-F09069605 tration at 1250 N. Eglin
COR SE1/4 OF SW1/4 Unless the certificate is CUIT COURTS , ing special accommo- **See Americans with Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
W1546.4 FT N11 DEG redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, DC dation to participate in Disabilities Act 32579; telephone num-
E336.6 FT E743 FT TO law, the property de- this proceeding should IMPORTANT ber (850) 651-7497,
POB N100 FT E206.8 scribed in the certifi- 08/16/09 contact Court Adminis- prior to the proceeding.
FT S4 DEG W100.2 FT cate will be sold to the 08/26/09 tration at 101 James In accordance with 09/02/09
W200 FT TO POB & highest bidder in the 09/02/09 Lee Boulevard East, the Americans with Dis- 09/09/09
FROM NE COR OF BCC Board Meeting 09/09/09 Crestview, FL, abilities Act, persons
PRO W207 FT N40 FT Room at the Okaloosa 32536-3515; telephone with disabilities need- Legal # 100840
E209.5 FT TO R/W SR County Courthouse, number (850) ing special accommo-
85 S40 FT TO POB .19 Crestview, Florida at Legal # 100820 689-5000, Extension dation to participate in CRESTVIEW HOUS
ACC 10:00a.m. oR OctoberNOTICEOF 7497, prior to the pro- this proceeding should ING AUTHORITY RE-
Parcel ID: 7,2009. NTIFAPPLICA ceeding. or Shalimar contact Court Adminis- QUEST FOR QUALIFI
32-3N-23-0000-0050- TION FOR TAX DEED (850) 651-7497 ration at 101 James CATIONS ON-CALL
003B Opening Bid: Dated this 18th day of Lee Boulevard East, A/E SERVICES MOD-
$25,213.40 August, 2009. 2009 TD 000261 S IMPORTANT Crestview, FL, ERNIZATION OF VAR-
All of said property be- DON W. HOWARD 32536-3515; telephone IOUSSITES RFQ
ing in the County of CLERK OF THE CIR- Notice is hereby given In accordance with number (850) #IOUS SI01
Okaloosa, State of Flor- CUIT COURTS that Gulf Group Hold- the Americans with Dis- 689-5000, Extension #1 o
ida. By: Lisa L. Guia, DC ings, as holder of the, abilities Act, persons 7497, prior to the pro- The Crestview Housing
Unless the certificate is following certificate, with disabilities need- ceeding. or Shalimar Authority is requesting
redeemed according to 08/19/09 has filed said certificate ing special accommo- (850) 651-7497 ae icaon
law, the property de- 08/26/9 . for a Tax Deed to be is- nation to participate in sealed qualification
scribed in the certifi- 09/02/09 sued thereon. The cer- this proceeding should IMPORTANT tatementsfrod h the
cate will be sold to the 09/09/09 tificate number and contact Court Adminis- State of Florida to pro-
highest bidder in the year of issuance, the tration at 1250 N. Eglin In accordance with vide an indefinite pquan-
BC Board Meeting Legal # 100817 name in which the Parkway, Shalimar, FL, the Americans with Dis- tity Qf full service A/E
Room at the Okaloosa Legal100817 property is assessed 32579; telephone num- abilities Act, persons services required for
County Courthouse, NOTICE OF APPLICA nd the description of ber (850) 651-7497, with disabilities need- the moderniation of
Crestview, Florida at TION FOR TAXDEED property s as f prior to the proceeding. ing special accommo- various sites. It is antici-
10:00 a.m. on October ws09/02/09 - dation to participate in pated that one indefi-
7,2009. Certificate# 3422 of 09/09/09 this proceeding should nite quantity type con-
2009 TD 000258 S 2007 Assessed to: contact Court Adminis- tracts will be awarded
f b g MARY LEE STRINGER tration at 1250 N. Eglin pursuant to this sollc-
Dated this 1098th day of Notice is hereby given Description: NORTH Legal # 100832 Parkway, Shalimar, F ita to this solic-n.
DON W. HOWARD that Gulf Group Hold-HILL GARDENS LOT 32579; telephone num-
CERK O THE CIR ings, as holder of the 16 BLK6 PUBLIC AUCTION ber (850) 651-7497, Sealed responses to
CLERK OF THE CIR- following certificate, Parcel ID: Pursuant to Section prior tothe proceeding. the above stated Re-
CUIT COURTS has filed said certificate 13-2S.24-1770-0006- 713.75, Florida Stat-
for a Tax Deed to be is- 0160 Opening Bid: ues, there will be a 09/02/09 quest for Qualifications
.sued thereon. The cer- $4,306.88, public auction 09/09/09 will be received by the
tificate number and All of said property be- 09/29/2009 at 9:00AM Crestview Housing au-
year of issuance, the ing in the County of for the following vehl- thority (CHA) in the Of-
name in which the Okaloosa, State of Flor- cles Legal # 100837 fice until 5:00 p.m. lo-
property is assessed ida. ega cal time on Monday,
VV and the description of Unless the certificate is 06 Mercury Mariner IN THE CIRCUIT September 28,2009.
the property is as fol- redeemed according to v I n # COURT OF THE Submit six (6)bound
lows: law, the property de- 4M2YU56166DJ07232 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ubmt bnd
Certificate # 2147 of scribed in the certifi- CUlT sets (one 'original
2007 Assessbd to: cate will be sold to the IN AND FOR clearly marked and
THOMAS W. highest bidder in the The auction will be OKALOOSA COUNTY, five (5) copriinaes) and
MCCALEB BCC Board Meeting held at 956 W. James FLORIDA five (5) copies) of the
Description: CASA Room at the Okaloosa Lee Blvd, Crestvlew, CIVILACTION required submittals, In
LOMA 1ST ADD LOT. County Courthouse, FI 32536, Crestview a sealed envelope or
19 BLK 1 Crestview, Florida at Paint & Body has the COUNTRYWIDE HOME box clearly marked with
Parcel ID: 10:00 a.m. on October right to turn down any LOANS SERVICING, the words "RFQ Docu-
16-2S-25-0351-0001- 7, 2009. and all, bids. L.R N/K/A BAC HOME ments", to:
0190 Opening Bid: LOANS SERVICING,M ra
$2,547.00 Dated this 18th day of 9/09/2009 LP , Mr. Sam Brunson
All of said property be- August, 2009. Plaintiff Executive Director
ing in the County of DON W. HOWARD Legal # 100834 CASE NO.: Crestview Housing Au-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- CLERK OF THE CIR- 46-2009-CA-003219 thority
ida. CUlT COURTS IN THE CIRCUIT vs. DIVISION: 371 est Hickory Ave-
Unless the certificate is By: Lisa L. Guia, DC COURT OF THE v. nue
redeemed according to FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- VICKI A. HINESLEY, et Crestvew, FL
law, the property de- 08/19/09 CUIT al, 325363305
scribed in the certifi- 08/26/09 IN AND FOR Defendant(s).
cate will be sold to the 09/02/09 OKALOOSA COUNTY, Defenant(s).Place the following on
highest bidder in the 09/09/09 FLORIDA the outside of the Enve-
BCC Board Meeting CIVIL ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION - lope in the upper, left
Room at the Okaloosa Legal # 100828 CIVILACTION NOTICE OF ACTION - hand corner when sub-
County Courthouse, US BANK NATIONAL TO: emitting proposals:
10:00Crestview, a.m. onFlOctrida at IN THE CIRCUIT ASSOCIATION, AS IN- JACK HINESLEY Company Name
00 on October COURT OF THE DENTURE TRUSTEE LAST KNOWN AD- Company Address
7, 2009. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- FOR CMLTI 2006-AR1, DRESS: 5897 SA- Company Address
Dated this 18th day of CUIT Plaintiff, RATOGA DRIVE . RFQ Name and Num-
Dated this 18th day of IN AND FOR CASE NO.: CRESTVIEW, FL Date and ime proros
August 2009. OKAOOSA COUNTY, 46-2009-CA-004047 32536 . D aarean Timepropos-
DON W. HOWARD als are due
CUTRKCOURTSHE CR- CIVIL ACTION DIVISION: CURRENT ADDRESS: RFQ packages may
F1 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC BAC HOME LOANS MORRIS MICKEY be picked up at the
08/i9/09 SERVICING, LP FKA COHN, et al, ANY AND ALL UN- mainofficefrom9:00
* t '08/26/09 COUNTRYWIDE HOME Defendant(s). KNOWN PARTIES a.m. to :00 p.m.
09/02/09 LOANS SERVICING LPR CLAIMING BY, Persons wishing to re-
09/09/09 Plaintiff, NOTICE OF ACTION THROUGH, - UNDER, ve copies via over-
________ CASE NO.: . AND AGAINST THE night deliveryv are re-
Legal # 100818 46-2009-CA-004381 TO: HEREIN NAMED INDI- sponsight delivery are kin
Legal #100818 vs. MORRIS MICKEY VIDUAL DEFEND- ponsible for making
DIVISION: COHN ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT all arrangements and
NOTICE OF APPLICA- LAST KNOWN AD- KNOWNiTO BE DEAD paying related costs.
TION FOR TAX DEED TUNCAY GERDAN , et DRESS: 1 1 5 0 OR ALIVE, WHETHER All responses submit-
2009TD 000259 C al, SANTA ROSA BOULE- SAID UNKNOWN .PAR-ted are subject to these
2009 TD 000259 C Defendant(s). VARD UNIT #322 TIES MAY CLAIM AN instructions, Instruc-
FORT WALTON INTEREST AS tions to Offerers Sup-
.,,^J Notice is hereby given NOTICE OF ACTION BEACH, FL 32548 SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-tionto Ofers
that Gulf Group Hold- VISEES, GRANTEES elemental Instructions
ings, as holder of the TO: CURRENT ADDRESS: OR OTHER CLAIM- to Offerers, Contract
following certificate, TUNCAY GERDAN UNKNOWN ANTS Provisions, Supple-
has filed, said certificate LAST KNOWN AD- mental Contract, and
for a Tax Deed to be is- DRESS: 710B N Park ANY AND ALL UN- LAST KNOWN AD- all other requirements
sued thereon. The cer- Blvd KNOWN PARTIES DRESS: UNKNOWN contained herein, all of
tificate number and Ft Walton Beach, FI CLAIMING BY, which are a art of this
year of issuance, the 32547 THROUGH, UNDER, CURRENT ADDRESS: Request for Qualifica-
name in which the AND AGAINST THE UNKNOWN tions by reference.
property is assessed CURRENT ADDRESS: HEREIN NAMED INDI-
and the description .of UNKNOWN VIDUAL DEFEND- The Crestview Housing
the property is as fol- ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT YOU ARE NOTIFIED Authority rjeserves thend
g lows: ANY AND ALL UN- KNOWN TO BE DEAD that an action to fore- right to reject any and
Certificate # 1823 of KNOWN PARTIES OR ALIVE, WHETHER close a mortgage on case the subs-
2007 Assessed to: CLAIMING BY, SAID UNKNOWN PAR- the following property cause in the submis-
TERENCE WAYNE THROUGH, UNDER, TIES MAY CLAIM AN in OKALOOSA County, sion process if it be in
THOMAS & GLENN & AND AGAINST THE INTEREST AS Florida: the public interest to do
SUSAN BLACKBURN HEREIN NAMED INDI- SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- so.
Description: HOLLEY. VIDUAL DEFEND- VISEES, GRANTEES, LOT 32, BLOCK B, SIL- 09/05/09
GROVE SOUTH LOTS ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT OR OTHER CLAIM- VER OAKS PHASE 09/09/09
5THRU 16 & 33BLK7 KNOWN TO BE DEAD ANTS TWO, ACCORDING TO 09/12/09
Parcel ID: OR' ALIVE, WHETHER THE PLAT THEREOF 09/16/09
13-3N-22-1172-0007- SAID UNKNOWN PAR- LAST KNOWN AD- AS RECORDED IN 09/19/09
0050 Opening Bid: TIES MAY CLAIM AN DRESS: UNKNOWN PLAT BOOK 20, 09/923/09
$2,280.76 INTEREST AS ' PAGE(S) 11 AND 12, 09/23/09
All of said property be- SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- CURRENT ADDRESS: PUBLIC RECORDS OF
ing in the County of VISEES, GRANTEES, UNKNOWN OKALOOSA COUNTY, Legal # 100841
Okaloosa, State of Flor- OR OTHER CLAIM- FLORIDA
ida- ANTS YOU ARE NOTIFIED IN THE CIRCUIT
Unless the certificate is that an action to fore- has been filed against COURT OF THE
redeemed according to LAST KNOWN AD- close a mortgage on you and you are re- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
law, the property de- DRESS: UNKNOWN the following property quired to serve a copy CUIT
scribed in the . certifi- in OKALOOSA County, of your written de- IN AND FOR
cate will be sold to the CURRENT ADDRESS: Florida: senses, if any, on or OKALOOSA COUNTY,
highest bidder in the UNKNOWN before 10/05/09, on FLORIDA
BCC Board Meeting UNIT 322, AZURE Florida Default Law CIVIL ACTION
Room at the Okaloosa YOU ARE NOTIFIED CONDOMINIUM, TO- Group, PL., Plaintiff's
County Courthouse, that an action to fore- GETHER WITH AN UN- attorney, whose ad- WELLS FARGO BANK,
Crestview, Florida at close a mortgage on DIVIDED INTEREST IN dress is 9119 Corpo- NA,
10:00 a.m. on October the following property THE COMMON ELE- rate Lake Drive, Suite Plaintiff,
7, 2009. in OKALOOSA County, MENTS, ACCORDING 300, Tampa, Florida CASE NO.:
- - Florida: TO THE DECLARA- 33634, and file the orig- 46-2009-CA-003963
Dated this 18th day of TION OF CONDOMIN- inal with this Court ei- vs.
August, 2009. LOT 2, NORTH PARK IUM THEREOF AS RE- other before service on DIVISION:
- -DON W. HOWARD TOWNHOMES, AC- CORDED IN OFFICIAL Plaintiff's attorney or
CLERK OF THE CIR- CORDING TO THE RECORDS BOOK immediately thereafter; VENEZAVELEZ, etal,
- f. - CUlT COURTS PLAT THEREOF AS 2668, AT PAGE 3215, otherwise a default will Defendant(s)










B8 I Crestview News Bulletin Classifieds Wednesday, September 9, 2009


-103.1103-110-3 1.103 ,
HEREIN NAMED INDI- listed by unit number that Donald R. and $9,627.51 LEGAL#120329 LEGAL#120332 owner as of the date of PLAT THEREOF RE-
VIDUAL DEFEND- CITIGROUP GLOBAL will be sold at public Mary R. Gates, as hold- All of said property be- the Lis Pendens must CORDED IN PLAT
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT MARKETS REALTY sale by American Self ers of the following cer- ing in the County of NOTICE OF APPLICA- NOTICE OF APPLICA- tile a claim within sixty BOOK 17, PAGES 39
KNOWN TO BE DEAD -CQRPORATION, Storage, 1501 E tificate, has filed said Okaloosa, State of Flor- TION FOR TAX DEED TION FOR TAX DEED (60) days after the sale. AND 40, OF THE PUB-
OR ALIVE, WHETHER Plaintiff, James Lee Blvd, Crest certificate for a Tax ida. WITNESS MY HAND LIC RECORDS OF
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- view, FL 32539 @ Deed to be issued Unless the certificate is 2009 TD 000269 S 2009 TD 000266 C and the seal of this OKALOOSA COUNTY,
TIES MAY CLAIM AN CASE NO. 2007 CA 10:00 a.m. September thereon. The certificate redeemed according to Court on August 21 FLORIDA.
INTEREST AS 003359 18 2009 Unless number and year of is- law, the property de- Notice is hereby given Notice is hereby given 2009. A/K/A 234 PELICAN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- vs charges are paid in full suance, the name in scribed in the certifi- that Gulf Group Hold- that Gulf Group Hold- PLACE #12 WEST,
VISEES, GRANTEES, DIVISION before the time of sale. which the property is cate will be sold to the ings, as holder of the ings, as holder of the Don W. Howard DESTIN, FL 325410000
OR OTHER CLAIM- assessed and the de- highest bidder in the following certificate, following certificate, Clerk of the Circuit Any person claiming an
ANTS H E A T H E R Unit # scription of the prop- BCC Board Meeting has filed said certificate has filed said certificate Court interest in the surplus
CZAJKOWSKI A/K/A A118-Laurence Looze erty is as follows: Room at the Okaloosa for a Tax Deed to be is- for a Tax Deed to be is- from the sale, if any,
LAST KNOWN AD- HEATHER HARTNESS A135-Laurence Looze Certificate # 2153 of County Courthouse, sued thereon. The cer- sued thereon. The cer- By:Vicki Jackson other than the property
DRESS: UNKNOWN CZAJKOWSKI, et al, A201 -Kenneth Williams 2003 Assessed to: Crestview, Florida at tificate number and tificate number' and Deputy Clerk owner as of the date of
Defendant(s). DOROTHY & BILLY 10:00 a.m. on October year of issuance, the year of issuance, the the Lis Pendens must
CURRENT ADDRESS: 9/2/2009 HEATH 7, 2009. name in which the name in which the Florida Default Law file a claim within sixty
UNKNOWN 9/9/2009 Description: COM NW property is assessed property is assessed Group, P.L. (60) days after the sale.
NOTICE OF RE- COR E3802.01 FT S70 Dated this 18th day of and the description of and the description of PRO. Box 25018 WITNESS MY HAND
YOU ARE NOTIFIED SCHEDULED FORE- DEG E71.33 FT TO August, 2009. , the property is as fol- the property is as fol- Tampa, Florida and the seal of this
that an action to fore- CLOSURE SALE LEGAL#120322 POB S36 DEG W290 DON W. HOWARD lows: lows: - 33622-5018 Court on August 21,
close a mortgage on FT S53 DEG E250 FT CLERK OF THE CIR- Certificate .# 1639 of Certificate # 3369 of 2009.
the following property NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE OF APPLICA- N36 DEG E416.91 FT CUIT COURTS 2007 Assessed to: 2007 Assessed to: IMPORTANT
in OKALOOSA County, GIVEN pursuant to an TION FOR TAX DEED TO S R/W ALG R/W By: Lisa'L. Guia, DC LEMUEL K & CHERYL HAROLD W & NANCY In accordance with the Don W. Howard
Florida: Order Rescheduling 280.84 FT TO POB AS E FINLEY K OLLIFF Americans with Disabil- Clerk of the Circuit
Foreclosure Sale dated 2009 TD 000277 C OR 08/19/2009 Description: WHISPER- Description: HILLTOP cities Act, persons with Court
August 24, 2009 and ', Parcel ID: 08/26/2009 ING PINES LOT 8 BLK ACRES LOT 17 & W5 disabilities needing
COMMENCING AT entered in Case NO. Notice is hereby given 01-2N-24-0000-0001-0 09/02/2009 2 978/271 HA=1/2 FT LOT 19 BLK 3 special, accommoda- By:Vickle Jackson
THE NORTHWEST 2007 CA 003359 of the that Diana Van 130 . Opening Bid: 09/09/2009 LEMUEL K Parcel ID: tion to participate in Deputy Clerk
CORNER OF LOT 28, Circuit Court of the Oeveren, as holder of $5,128.99 Parcel ID: 35-4N-23-1160-0003-0 this proceeding should
BLOCK 15, TOWNSITE FIRST Judicial Circuit the following certificate, All of said property be- LEGAL#120327 11-2S-24-265A-0002-0 180 Opening Bid: contact Court Adminis- Florida Default Law
OF PORT DIXIE, in and for OKALOOSA has filed said certificate ing in the County ofLEGAL1 7 080 Opening Bid: $6,045.29 tration at 101 James Group, RL,.
OKALOOSA COUNTY, County, Florida for a Tax Deed to be is- Okaloosa, State of Flor- NOTICE OF APPLICA- $32,750.22 All of said property be- Lee Boulevard East, P.O. Box 25018
FLORIDA, ACCORD- wherein CITIGROUP sued thereon. The cer- ida. All of said property be- ing in the County of Crestview, FL, Tampa, Florida
ING TO PLAT GLOBAL MARKETS tificate number and Unless the certificate is TION FOR TAXDEED ing in the .County of Okaloosa, State of Flor- 32536-3515; telephone 33622-5018
THEREOF RECORDED REALTY CORPORA- year of issuance, the redeemed according to 2009 TD 000271 S Okaloosa, State of Flor- ida. number (850)
IN PLAT BOOK 1, AT TION,, is the Plaintiff name in which the law, the property de- ida. Unless the certificate is 689-5000, Extension IMPORTANT
PAGES 64, 65 AND 66, and HEATHER property Is assessed scribed in the certifi- Notice is hereby given Unless the certificate is redeemed according to 7497, prior to the pro- In accordance with the
OF THE PUBLIC REC- CZAJKOWSKI A/K/A and the description of cate will be sold to the that G if Grou ln redeemed according to law, the property de- feeding. or Shalimar Americans with Disabil-
ORDS OF SAID HEATHER HARTNESS the property is as fol- hi hest bidder in the that Gul Group Hold- redeemed according to awlaw, the property de- scribed in the certifing or Shalimar(850)651-7497 Americant, persons with
COUNTY THENCE C ZA J K O WSK I; ow: BCC Board Meeting certificate scribed in the certifi- cate will be sold to the disabilities needing
EAST 95 FEET TO THE SUNTRUST BANK; Certificate # 1211 of Room at the Okaloosa has filed said certificate cate will be sold to the highest bidder in the IMPORTANT special accommoda-
POINT OF BEGINN- are the Defendants, I 2003 Assessed to: E Z County Courthouse, for a Tax Deed to be is- highest bidder in the BCC Board Meeting In accordance with the tion to participate in
ING; THENCE CON- will sell to the highest SENTERFTT (HEIRS Crestview, Florida at m. on October d thereon. The cer- BC Board Meeting Room at the Okaloosa Americans with Disabil- this proceeding should
TINUE EAST 95 FEET and best bidder for OF) 10:00 a.m. on October ificate number and Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, cities Act, persons with contact Court -Adminis-
THENCE SOUTH 80 cash at CRESTVIEW: Description: EDNEYS 7,2009. ear of issuance, the County Courthoqse, Crestview, Florida at disabilities needing tration at 101 James
FEET; THENCE WEST SOUTH FRONT DOOR 2ND ADD LOT7 BLK 6 name in which the Crestview, Florida' at 10:00 a.m. on October special accommoda- Lee Boulevard East,
95 FEET; THENCE OF THE OKALOOSA Parcel ID: Dated this 18th day ofis assessed 10:00 a.m. on October 7,2009. tion to participate in Crestview, FL,
NORTH 80 FEET TO COUNTY COURT- 08-3N-23-0742-0006-0 August, 2009. te ds 7,2009. this proceeding should 32536-3515; telephone
THE POINT OF BEGIN- HOUSE 070 Opening Bid: DON W. HOWARD h e scripion o Dated this 18th day of contact Court Adminis- number (850)
NING $5,738.38 CLERK OF THE CIR- e property is as ol Dated this 18th day of August, 2009. tration at 1250 N. Eglin 689-5000, Extension
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT All of said property be- CUlT COURTS Certificate # 635 of August, 2009. DON W. HOWARD Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 7497, prior to the pro-
has been filed against OF CLERK'S FRONT ing in the County of By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 2007 Assessed to DON W. HOWARD CLERK OF THE CIR- 32579; telephone num- ceeding. or Shalimar
you and2you are re- DOOR OF SHAHAIMAR Okaloosa, State of Flor- 3279 telephone num cen or Hha
you and you are re- DOOR OF SHAtlMAR Okaloosa, State of Flor- GREGORY & DEBERA CLERK OF THE CIR- CUIT COURTS ber (850) 651-7497, (850)651-7497
quired to serve a copy ANNEX at 11:00AM, on ida. 08/19/2009 O'DELL CUIT COURTS By: Lisa L. Guia, DC prior to the proceeding.
of your written de- the 29 day of Septem- Unless the certificate is 08/26/2009 DEscri tion: HOLIDAY By: Lisa L. Guia, DC IMPORTANT
senses, if any, on or ber, 2009, the following redeemed according to 09/02/2009 DLE sLOT 35 BLK E 08/19/2009 , 9/2/2009 In accordance with the
before 10/08/09, on described property as law, the property de- 09/09/2009 886/56 08/19/2009 08/26/2009 9/9/2009 Americans with Disabil-
Florida Default Law set forth in said Final scribed *in the certifi- Pa_____ ID: 08/26/2009 09/02/2009 cities Act, persons with
Group, RL., Plaintiff's Judgment: cate will be sold to the Parcel disAb tie s n ing
attorney, whose ad- LOT 9, THE VILLAGE highest bidder in the LEGAL#120325 00-2S-24-2186-OOOE-0 09/02/2009 09/09/2009 LEGAL#120334 specabilitieaccommoda-ng
dress is 9119 Corpo- OF ST. ANDREWS AT BCC Board Meeting 350 Opening Bid: 09/09/2009 t p aci pate in
rate Lake Drive, Suite BLUEWATER BAY, AC- Room at the Okaloosa NOTICE OF APPLICA- $208,046.94 LEGAL#120333 NOTICE OF APPLIECA- this proceeding should
300, Tampa, Florida CORDING TO THE County Courthouse, TION FOR TAX DEED All of said property be- EGAL#120330 OF APPLICA- N FR TAX DEED contact Court Admns-
33634, and file the orig- PLAT THEREOF AS Crestview, Florida at ing in the County of NOTICE OF APPLICA- TION FOR TAX DEEDtration at 1250 AN. Eglin
final with this Court e- RECORDED IN PLAT 10:00 a.m. on October 2009 TD 000274 C Okaloosa, State of Flor- NOTICE OF APPLA- TION FOR TAX DEED 2009 T 000263 C Parkway, Shalimar, L,
other before service on BOOK 7, PAGES i 5 7, 2009. ida. TION FOR TAX DEED 32579; telephone num-
Plaintiff's attorney or AND 6, PUBLIC REC- Notice is hereby given Unless the certificate is 2009 TD 000265 C Notice is hereby given ber (850) 651-7497,
immediately thereafter; ORDS OF OKALOOSA Dated this.18th day of that Gulf Group Hold- redeemed according to 2009 TD 000268 C Notice is hereby given that Glf hGroup Hold- prior to the proceeding.
be enterwised a defgainsult you DON W. HOWARD following . certificate scribed in the certifi- Notice is hereby given that Gulf Group Hold- following certificate, 9/2/2009
for the relief demanded A/K/A 9 BALMORAL CLERK OF THE CIR- has filed said certificate cate will be sold to the that Gulf Group Hold- ings, as holder of the has filed said certificate 9/9/2009
in the Complaint or pe- DRIVE, NICEVILLE, FL CUlT COURTS for a Tax Deed to be is- highest bidder in the ings, as holder of the following certificate, for a Tax Deed to be isc-
tition. 32578 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC sued thereon. The car- BCC Board Meeting following certificate, has filed said certificate sued thereon. The cer-
on 32578 icateBy: Lisa number and Room at the Okaloosa has file said certificate for a Tax Deed to be is- tificate number and LEGAL#120335
This notice shall be Any person claiming an 08/19/2009 year of issuance, the County Courthouse for a Tax Deed to be is- sued thereon. The cer- year of issuance, the
published once each interest in the surplus 08/261/2009 name in which the Crestview, Florida at sued thereon. The cer- tificate number and name in which the NOTICE OF APPLICA-
week for two consecu- from the sale, if any, 09/02/2009 property is assessed 10:00 a.m. on October tificate number and year of'issuance, the property is assessed TION FOR TAX DEED
tive weeks in the Crest- other than the property 09/09/2009 and the description of 7,2009. year of issuance, the name in which the and the description of
e weeks in the Crest- other than the property 09/09/2009 and the description f name in which the property is assessed the property is as fol- 2009 TD 000262 S
view News Bulletin, owner as of the date of the property is as fol- Dated this 18th day of property is assessed and the description of lows.
the a claims Pendens must EGAL#120323 Certificate # 1024 of August, 2009. and the description of the property is as fol- Certificate # 2156 of Notice is hereby given
the seal of this Court (60) days after the sale. 2007 Assessed to RE- DON W. HOWARD the property is as fol- lows: 2007 Assessed to: that Gulf Group Hold-
on this 24 day of Au- the sale NOTICE OF APPLICA GINA D & CHARLES D CLERK OF THE CIR- lows: Certificate # 3421 of BRYAN M. KEMPSKI ings, as holder of the
guon thist, 2009.4 day of Au- WITNESS MY HAD TION FOR TAX DEED HENSON CUIT COURTS Certificate # 3100 of 2007 Assessed to: M J Description: LOT 17 following certificate,
gust,2009. HoWIand the seal df this Description: RESUB By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 2007 Assessed to: LEE ESTATE BLK A DEER SPGS has filed said certificate
Court on August 26,f this 2009TD 000276 C B 8p AKDALREi ALBICH HOLDINGS Description: S1/2 OF UNREC: COM NE COR for a Tax Deed to be is-
on W. Howard Court on August 26FARMS LOT 30 BLK 2 08/19/2009 INC SE1/4 OF NE1/4 & OF S1/2 W2065 FT S21 sued thereon. The cer-
Clerk of the Court 2009. D here FARMS LOT 30 D. 08/26/2009 Description: BEG SW N1/2 OF NE1/4 OF DEG E878.39 FT TO tificate number and
By:Anita Cantrall Clerk of the Circuit that Donald R. and 04-3N-23-1846-0002-0 09/02/2009 COR LOT 20 3RD ADD SE1/4 POB S21 DEG E340 FT year of issuance, the
As DeptaCantrall Clerk Court Mary R. Gates, as hold- 300 Opening Bid: 09/09/2009 TO NORTHVIEW ES- Parcel ID: 68 DEG W632.48 FT name in which the
As Deputyers of the following cer- $48,218.92 TATES S687 DEG 36-6N-24-0000-0004-0 N21 DEG W340 FT N68 property is assessed
FInvoice to & Copyto: ersJackson tificate, has file d $48All 'of said property be- LEGAL#120328 E545.12 FT TO E SEC 000 Opening Bid: DEG E632.48 FT TO and the description of
Florida Default Law By:VikiJackson tificate, has filed sai All. o said property be- ' LINE S ALGLING $9,985.36 POB 1038/857 the property is as fol-
Group, RL. Deputy Clerk certificate for a Tax ing in the County of NOTICE OF APPLICA- 499.94 FT TO N R/W All of said property be- Parcel ID: lows:
PRO. Box 25018 Publish in Crestview Deed to be issued Okaloosa, State of Flor- TION FOR TAX DEED PJADAMS PKWY N87 ing in the County of 16-3N-22-0000-0001-0 Certificate # 2141 of
Tampa, Florida News Bulletin hereon. The certificate ida. DEG W ALG R/W 398.4 Okaloosh, State of Flor- 200 Opening Bid: 2007 Assessed to:
33622-5018 Invoice To: Florida De- number and year of is- Unless the certificate is 2009TD027S FT TO E R/W VIL- da. $2,580.07 CJFOODMARTS INC
NMNC-SPECFHLMC-R- fault Law Group, RL. suance, the name in redeemed according to LACREST DR THC ALG Unless the certificate is All of said property be- Description: CASA
ejayska-F09070210 RO. Box 25018 which the property is law, the property de- Notice is hereby given CRV NLY 39.78 FT N12 redeemed according to in in the County of LOMA S/D BEG NE
**See Americans with Tampa, Florida assessed and the de- scribed in the certifi- that G Group Hold- DEG W484.14 FT THC law, the. property de- aloosa Stae of Flo COR LOT 3 S87 DEG
Disabilities Act 33622-5018 scription of the prop- cate will be sold to the thagst Gulf Gder of the ALG CRV 7.75 FT TO scribed in the certifi- Okaloosa, State of Flor- COR LOT 3 S87 DEG
IMPORTANT F 0 7 0 2 4 4 0 3 erty is as follows: highest bidder in the ings, as holder of the ALG CRV 7.75 FT TO scribed in th certifi- Ida. W ALG LOT LINE,90.48�
IMPORTANT F 0 7 0 2 4 Certificate # 1508 of C Board ine following certificate, POB cate will be sold to the Unless the certificate is FT S2 DEG E146.53 FT
NMNC-CONV-R-khart- ific2003 Assessed to: Room at the Okaloeeting has filed said certificate Parcel ID: highest bidder in the redeemed according to TO N R/W US HWY 98
In accordance with maier 2003 Assesse to: Room at the Okaloosa for a Tax Deed to be is- 31-3N-23-0000-0002-0 BC Board Meeting la he rt de- N87 DEG E ALG R/W
the Americans with Dis- **See Americans with RUTH A OWENS County Courthouse, for a Tax Deed to be is- 31-3N-23-0000-0002-0 8CC Board Meetinglaw, the, property de- N87 DEG E ALG
abilities Americans with, persons Disabee Ame ricans with RUTHion: BEG NE Counrestview, Floridause sued thereon. The cer- 02B Opening Bid: Room at the Okaloosa scribed in the certifi- 105 FT N146.53 FT TO
abilities Act, persons Disabilities need- IMPORTANT COR NE1/4 OF SW/4 10:00 a.m. on October tificate number and $20,116.01 County Courthouse, cate will be sold to the N LINE LOT 2 WLY
with disabilities need- IMPORTANT FT FOR BEG 7, 009. year of issuance, the All of said property be- Crestview, Florida at highest bidder in the ALG LINE 17.1 FT TO
nation to participate in In accordancaccommo S295 FT W74 FT N295 - name in which the ing in the County of 10:00 a.m. on October BCC Board Meeting POB
this proceeding should the Americans with Dis- FT E74 FT TO 13EG Dated this 18th day of property is assessed Okaloosa, State of Flor- 7,2009. Room at the Okaloosa Parcel ID:
contact th is proceeding should theabil Americans wrth Dis-ons 720/786 August, and the description of ida. County Courthouse 16-2S-25-0350-0005-0
contact Court Adminit- abilities Act, persons Parcel ID: ON20786 Agust 2HOWARD the property is as fol- Unless the certificate is Dated this 18th day of Crestview, Florida at 020 Opening Bid:
tration at 101 James with disabilities need- lows: redeemed according to August, 2009. 1000 Octob $8,683.17
Lee Boulevard East, ing special accommo- 20-3N-23-0000-0155-0 CLERK OF THE CIR- lows: # 175 of law, thredeemed according to August, 2009. 10: 200 a.m. on October said property be-
Crestview, FL, dation to participate in 010 Opening Bid: CUIT COURTS Certificate # 175 of law, the property de- DON W. HOWARD 7 2009. All of said proper
Crestvi32536-3515; t telephone this proceeding should in $1,78.16 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC 2007 Assessed to: scribed in the certifi- CLERK OF THE CIR- ing in the County of
32536-3515;number (850) contact Court Adminis- All of said roerty be- RJSG PROPERTIES cate will be sold to the CUIT COURTS Dated this 18th day of Okaloosa, State of Flor-
number (850) contact Court Adminis- All of said property beLLC highest bidder in the By: Lisa L. Guia, DC Au2ust 2009 ida.
689-5000, Extension tration at 101 James ing in the County of 08/19/2009 LLC highest bidder in the By: Lisa L. Guia, DC August, 2009 ida.
74689-5000, prior Extension tration at 101 James Okaloosa, State of Flor- 08/26/2009 Description: MAR- BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD Unless the certificate is
feeding, or Shalimar Crestview, FL, ida. 09/02/2009 BELLA CONDO UNIT Room at the Okaloosa 08/19/2009 CLERK OF THE CIR- redeemed according to
(850)ceeding. or Shalim651-7497 32536-3515; telephone Unless the certificate is 09/0/2009 5CW/ PARKING County , Courthouse, 08/26/2009 CUlT COURTS law, the property de-
651-7497 number (850) redeemed according to #140/#147 & StOR- Crestview, Florida at 09/02/2009 By: Lisa L. Guia, DC scribed in the certifi-
IMPORTANT 689-5000, Extension law, the property de- AGE#515 10:00 a.m. on October 09/09/2009 cate will be sold to the
7497, prior to the pro- scribed in the certifi- LEGAL#120326 Parcel ID: 7, 2009. 08/19/2009 highest bidder in the
In accordance with feeding. or Shalimar cate will be sold to the 00-2S-22-0703-0000-0 08/26/2009 BC Board Meeting
Inthe Americans with Dis- (850) 651-7497 highest bidder in the NOTICE OF APPLICA- 5CO Opening Bid: Dated this 18th day of LEGAL#120334 09/02/2009 Room at the Okaloosa
abilities Act, parsons with Dis- (850)C Board Meeting TION FOR TAX DEED $23,148.51 August, 2009. 09/09 County Courthouse, ,
with disabilities need- IMPORTANT Room at the Okaloosa All of said property be- DON W. HOWARD IN THE CIRCUIT 09/09/2009 Crestview, Florida at
with disabilities need- IMPORTANT oom at C ourthouse, 2009 TD 000273 ing in the County of CLERK OF THE CIR- COURT OF THE 10:00 a.m. on October
ing special accommo- I estvew, a at . Okaloosa, State of Flor- CUlT COURTS FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- LEGAL#120335 7, 2009.
dation to participate in In accordance with Crestview, Florida at . da By: Lisa L. Guia, DC CUIT
this proceeding should the Americans with Dis- 10:00 am. on October Notice i.s hereby given Unless the certificate is IN AND FOR IN THE CIRCUIT Dated this 18th day of
contact Court Adminis- abilities Act, persons 72009. that Gulf Group Hold- redeemed according to 08/19/2009 OKALOOSA COUNTY, COURT OF THE August, 2009.
ration at 1250 N. Eglin with disabilities need- ins, as holder of law, the property de- 08/26/2009 FLORIDA FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- DON W. HOWARD
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, ing special accommo- Dated this 18th day of following certificate scribed in the certifi- 09/02/2009 CIVIL ACTION CASE CUlT , CLERK OF THE CIR-
32579; telephone num- dation to parti ipate in August, 2009. has filed said certificate cate will be sold to the 09/0/2009 NO:2007CA003214S IN AND FOR CUT COURTS
.bar (850) 651-7497, this proceeding should DON W. HOWARD for a Tax Deed to be is- cate will be sold to the 09/09/2009 FILE NO:F07023306 OKALOOSA COUNTY, By: Us L. Gua, DC
prior to the proceeding, contact Court Adminis- CLERK OF THE CIR- sued thereon. The cer- highest bidder etin the FLORIDA
09/09/09 tration at 1250 N. Eglin CUlT COURTS tificate number and BCCoom atBoahe Okaloos LEGAL#120331 TAYLOR, BEAN AND CIVIL ACTION CASE 08/19/2009
09/16/09 Parkway, Shalimar, FL, By: Usa L. Guia, DC year of issuance, the Room at the Okaloosa WHITAKER MORT- NO:2007CA724S FILE 08/26/2009
32579; telephone num- 08/19/2009 name in which the County Courthouse, NOTICE OF APPLICA- GAGE CORPORATION, , NO:F07003610 09/02/2009
ber (850) 651-7497 08/19/2009 property is assessed Crestview, Florida at TION FOR TAX DEED laint 0/
prior to the proceeding. 08/26/2009 and the description of 10:00 a.m. on Otober PlaintiffCHASE HOME F- 09/09/2009
09/09/09 ' 09/02/2009 the property is as fol- 7, 2009. 2009 TD 000267 S vs. NANCE, LLC, LEGAL#120336
Legal # 100842 09/16/09 0 0 lows: Plaintiff,
Legal#Cert100842 09/16/09 09/09/2009 ficate # 300 of Dated this 18th day of Notice is hereby given MARK B HENDON vs. IN THE CIRCUIT
2007 Assessed to: August, 2009. that Gulf Group Hold- A/K/A'MARCUS B HEN- COURT OF THE
IN THE CIRCUIT LEGAL#120341 LEGAL#120324 PAUL D & KATHLE DON W. HOWARD wings, as holder of the DON, et al, BILLY J. BAKER, et al, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
COURT OFTHE E WAGNER OF THE CIR- following certificate, Defendant(s) Defendant(s)
FIRST JUDICIAL CR- NocofSale For NOTICE O APPLICA- Description: KELLYS CUT COURTS has filed said certificate AND FOR
CUIT Storage TION FOR TAX DEED 3RD ADD DESTIN LOT By: Lisa L. Guia, DC for a Tax Deed to be is- NOTICE OF RE- NOTICE OF RE- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
IN AND FOR 7 BLK 11 *0 sued thereon. The cer- SCHEDULED FORE- SCHEDULED FORE- FLORIDA
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Househod goods be- 2009 TD 000275 C Parcel ID: 08/19/2009 tificate number and CLOSURE SALE CLOSURE SALE CIVIL ACTION CASE
FLORIDA longing to te parties 00-2S-22-1361-0011-0 08/26/2009 year of issuance, the
CMVIL ACTION named below and Notice is hereby given 070- Opening Bid: 0902/2009 name in which the NOTICE IS HEREBY NOTICE IS HEREBY N4FILEF2008069854
09/09/2009 property is assessed GIVEN pursuant to an GIVEN pursuant to an FILEF08069854
and the description of Order Rescheduling Order Rescheduling GE CAPITAL MORT-
the property is as fol- Foreclosure Sale dated Foreclosure Sale dated GAGE SERVICES,
Certificate # 2666 of August 19, 2009 and August 19, 2009 and INC.
ificate # 2666 ofentered in Case NO. entered in Case NO.
ESU B S C R IB E N Oo2007 Assessed to: 2007 CA 003214 S of 2007-CA-724-S of the Plaintiff
RICES L D RNK the Circuit ,ourt of the Circuit Court of the vs
BCES L DINKEL FIRST Judicial Circuit FIRST Judicial Circuit
S Description: LAKESIDE in and for OKALOOSA in and for OKALOOSA LUTHER JONES, etal,
( CONDO AT B/B UNIT County, Florida County, Florida Defendant(s).
Parcel ID: BEAN AND WHITAKER FINANCE, LLC, is the NOTICE OF ACTION
, 0305 Opening Bid: RATJON, is the Plaintiff BAKER; ANY AND ALL TO
. I - I$5,803.01 and MARK B HENDON UNKNOWN PARTIES THOMAS R. HOOD
Ved' e -... ' All of said property be- A/K/A MARCUS B HEN- CLAIMING BY, LAST KNOWN AD-
a .�W ing in the County of DON; WENDY A. HEN- THROUGH, UNDER, DRESS:114 E Rainbow
Okaloosa, State of Flor- DON; FIRST HORIZON AND AGAINST THE Dr Ft Walton, FI 32548
Unless th crida. i . HOME LOAN CORPO- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
Unless the certificate is RATION; are the De- VIDUAL DEFEND- CURRENT ADDRESS:
redeemed according to fendants, I will sell to ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT UNKNOWN
law, the property de the highest and best KNOWN TO BE DEAD
scribedd in the certifi- bidder for cash at IN OR ALIVE, WHETHER MARY ANN HOOD
cate will be sold to the FRONT OF CLERK'S SAID UNKNOWN PAR- LAST KNOWN
highest bidder in the FRONT DOOR OF TIES MAY CLAIM AN ADDRESS:114 E Rain-
When you want to know what's happening in your community, there's only Room at the Okaloosa 11:00AMon the 23 day SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- Ft Walton, FI 32548
i S .Crestview, Florida at the following described OR OTHER CLAIM- CURRENT ADDRESS:
r� ' TheCrestview News Bulletin brings you the people, events and issues that 10:00 a.m. orn October property as set forth in ANTS; CHASE HOME UNKNOWN
S affect your family with truly local news, sports and business coverage. 7, 2009. said Final Judgment: FINANCE, LLC; PELI-
� LOT 12, BLOCK H, CAN PLACE OF DES- ANY AND ALL UN-
,, Dated this 18th day of ROCKY BAYOU ES- TIN HOMEOWNERS KNOWN PARTIES


August, 2009. STATES, UNIT NO. 3 ASSOCIATION, INC.; CLAIMING BY,
DON W. HOWARD ACCORDING TO THE are the Defendants, I THROUGH, UNDER,
SUB CRBETOCLERK OF THE CIR PLAT THEREOF AS will sell to the highest AND AGAINST THE
eCUlT COURTS RECORDED IN PLAT and best bidder for HEREIN NAMED INDI-
.. orconvenientrnaildeliveryandtosavermoneyoffthe newsstandpriceofthe By: Usa L. Guia, DC BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 27, cash at SHALIMAR: IN VIDUAL DEFEND-
Wednesdayand Saturday editions ofthe Crestview News Bulletin OF THE PUBUC REC- FRONT OF CLERK'S ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
CALL682-6524TOSTARTYOURSUBSCRIPTION 08/19/2009 WORDS OF OKALOOSA FRONT DOOR OF KNOWN TO BE DEAD
or subscribe online at www.crestviewbulletin.com 08/26/2009 COUNTY. FLORIDA. SHALIMAR ANNEX at OR ALIVE, WHETHER
,., cnsoa0c s e O09/02/2009 11:OOAM, on the 21 day SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
SSUBM O w in ... s90.o i3w ...s4.o0 09/09;2009 A/K/A 122 WILDER of September, 2009, TIES MAY CLAIM AN
36e, k Of ...,S17.0o 36-eks .. W.00
Weeks .03120 52weekS.. Litter0 STREET, NICEVILLE, the following described INTEREST AS
....36Litter Happens FL 32578 property as set forth in SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
f " - said Final Jodgment: VISEES, GRANTEES,
-- - Any person claiming an LOT 2 AND 2G, PEU- OR OTHER CLAIM-
. .interest in the surplus CAN PLACE ANTS
From the sale, if any, TOWNHOUSES WEST,
other than the property ACCORDING TO THE LAST KNOWN
Do YT r P-art. L 't Utter,










Wednesday. September 9. 2009


Classifierls


Crestview News Bulletin I B9


ADDRESS:UNKNOWN' In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
CURRENT ADDRESS: cities Act, persons with
UNKNOWN disabilities needing
special accommoda-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED tion to participate in
that an action to fore- this proceeding should
close a mortgage on contact Court Adminis-
the following property tration at 101 James
in OKALOOSA County, Lee Boulevard East,
Florida: Crestview, FL,
LOT 7, BLOCK 8, BEL 32536-3515; telephone
AIR ADDITION TO number (850)
FORT WALTON 689-5000, Extension
BEACH, OKALOOSA 7497, prior to the pro-
CObUNTY, FLORIDA, ceeding. or Shalimar
ACCORDING TO THE (850) 651-7497
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT IMPORTANT
BOOK 2 AT PAGE 56, In accordance with the
OF THE PUBLIC REC- Americans with Disabil-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA cities Act, persons with
COUNTY, FLORIDA. disabilities needing
has been filed against special, accommoda-
you and you are re- tion to participate in
quired to serve a copy this proceeding should
of your written de- contact Court Adminis-
fenses, if any, on or be- tration at 1250 N. Eglin
fore October 05, 2009 Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
on Florida Default Law 32579; telephone num-
Group, RL., Plaintiff's ber (850) 651-7497,
attorney, whose ad- prior to the proceeding.
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite 9/2/2009
300, Tampa, Florida 9/9/2009
33634, and file the orig -___
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on LEGAL#120338
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; . IN THE CIRCUIT
otherwise a default will COURT OF THE
be entered against you FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
for the relief demanded CUlT
in the Complaint or pe- IN AND FOR
tition. OKALOOSA COUNTY,
This notice shall be FLORIDA
published 'once each CIVIL ACTION CASE
week for two consecu- NO:462009CA004513
tive weeks in the Crest- FILE NO:F09077435
view News Bulletin. .
WITNESS my hand and E*TRADE BANK,
the seal of this Court Plaintiff,
on this 21 day of Au-
gust, 2009. vs.
Don W. Howard TERRI L.
Clerk of the Court . ROUNSAVILLE , et al,
Defendantss.
By: Anita Cantrall NOTICE OF ACTION
As Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF ACTION
Florida Default Law TO:
Group, RL TERRI L.
P.O. Box 25018 ROUNSAVILLE
Tampa, Florida LAST KNOWN AD-
33622-5018 DRESS:110 Gulf
Shores Drive 227
IMPORTANT Destin, FI ,32541
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil- CURRENT ADDRESS:
cities Act, persons with UNKNOWN
disabilities needing
special accommoda- DAVID K.
tion to participate in ROUNSAVILLE
this proceeding should LAST KNOWN AD-
contact Court Adminis- DRESS: 110 Gulf
tration at 101 James Shores Drive 227
Lee Boulevard East, Destin, FI 32541
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone CURRENT ADDRESS.,
number (850) UNKNOWN
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro- ANY AND ALL UN-
ceeding. or Shalimar KNOWN PARTIES
(850) 651-7497 CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
IMPORTANT AND AGAINST THE
In accordance with the HEREIN NAMED INDI-
Americans with Disabil- VIDUAL DEFEND-
ities Act, persons with ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
disabilities needing KNOWN TO BE DEAD
special accommoda- OR ALIVE, WHETHER
tion to participate in SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
this proceeding should TIES MAY CLAIM AN
contact Court Adminis- INTEREST AS
tration at 1250 N. Eglin SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
Parkway, Shalimar,. FL, VISEES, GRANTEES,
32579; telephone num- OR OTHER CLAIM-
ber (850) 651-7497, ANTS
prior to the proceeding. LAST KNOWN
9/2/2009 ADDRESS:UNKNOWN
9/9/2009 CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
LEGAL#120337 YOU ARE NOTIFIED
IN THE CIRCUIT that an action to fore-
COURT OFTHE close a mortgage on
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- the following property
CUIT in OKALOOSA County,
IN AND FOR Florida:
OKALOOSA COUNTY, CONDOMINIUM UNIT
FLORIDA NO. 227; EAST PASS
CIVIL ACTION CASE TOWERS II, TO-
NO:462008CA001199 GETHER WITH AN UN-
FILE NO:F08011835 DIVIDED INTEREST OR
FILE NC.SHARE IN THE COM-
INDYMAC BANK, MON ELEMENTS AP-
PURTEINDYMAC BANK, U R T E NANT
PlaintB THERETO, IN AC-
CORDANCE WITH
AND SUBJECT TO
vs . COVENANTS, CONDI-
CHRISTOPH ER TIONS, RESTRIC-
EILERTSEN, et al, TIONS, EASEMENTS,
Defendantss. TERMS, AND OTHER
Defendant . PROVISIONS OF THE
NOTICE OF RE- DECLARATION OF
SCHEDULED FORE- CONDOMINIUM OF
CLOUREALE EAST PASS TOWERS
CLOSURE SALE II, A CONDOMINIUM

GIVEN pursuant to an FICIAL RECORDS
Order Rescheduling BOOK 1801, PAGE
Foreclosure Sale dated 748, AND ANY
August 20, 2009 and AME N D M E NTS
entered in Case NO. THERETO, AND CON-
DOMINIUM PLAT AS
46-2008-CA-001199 of RECORDED IN CON
the Circuit Court-of the RDOMI NIUMD PONLAT
FIRST Judicial Circuit BONK 8 PAGES 3T
in and for OKALOOSA BOOK 8, PAGES 37
County, Florida THRU 45, ROF THE F
wherein INDYMAC PUBLIOOS RECORDS OF
BANK, FS.B., is the OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Plaintiff and CHRISTO- FLORIDA, AND ANY
PHER EILERTSEN; AMENDMENTS
BANK OF AMERICA, THERETO
N.A.; are the Defend- has been filed against
ants, I will sell t. the you and you are re-
highest and best bid- quired to serve a copy
der' for cash at of your written de-
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT fenses, if any, on or be-
SOF CLERK'S FRONT fore 10/05/2009, on
DOOR OF SHALIMAR Florida Default Law
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on Group, P.L., Plaintiff's
the 29 day of Septem- attorney, whose ad-
ber, 2009, the following dress is 9119 Corpo-
described property as rate Lake Drive, Suite
set forth in said Final 300 Tampa, Florida
Judgment: 33634, and file the orig-
LOT 105, DURANGO final with this Court el-
WINDS, ACCORDING their before service on
TO THE PLAT Plaintiff's attorney or
THEREOF AS RE- immediately thereafter;
CORDED IN otherwise a default will
PLAT BOOK 16 be entered against you
PAGE(S) 6 OF THE the relief demanded
PUBUC RECORDS OF in the Complaint or pe-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, tuition.
FLORIDA. This not ice shall be
published once each
A/K/A 130 DURANGO week for two consecu-
ROAD #105, DESTIN, tive weeks in the Crest-
FLW 3254, view News Bulletin.
FL 32541 WITNESS my hand and
Any person claiming an the seal of this Court
interest in the surplus on this 21 day of Au-
from the sale, if any, 9ust, 2009.
other than the property n W
owner as of the date of DonW. Howard
the Us Pendens must Clerk of the Court
file a claim within sixty Cnrl
(60) days after the sale. By: Anita Cantrall
WITNESS MY HAND As Deputy Clerk
and the seal of this Florida Default Law
Court on August 21 rorda Default Law
2009 Group, .L.
-P RO. Box 25018


Don W. Howard Tampa, Florida
Clerk of the Circuit 33622-5018
Court IMPORTANT
By:Vickie Jaclson In accordance with the
By:Vickie Jacson Americans with Disabil-
Deputy Clerk cities At, persons with
Florida Default Law disabilities needing
Group, PL. special accommoda-
P.O. Box25018 tion to participate in
Tampa, Florida this proceeding should
33622-5018 contact Court Adminis-
33622-5018tration at 101 James
IMPORTANT Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,


32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special . accommoda-
tion -to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.


.,n m1.0_3. . _
:L "-'2F ,, Pr,:,,-,e
850-537-3828 Notice to
owner or lienholder as
to right to a hearing
prior to sale date by fil-
ing with the clerk of
court. Owner has the
right to recover vehicle
by posting bond in ac-
cordance with Fl Stat
559.917. Proceeds
from sale in excess of
lien amount will be de-
posited with the clerk
of court. Interested par-
ties, contact State Fil-
ing Service
772-595-9555
9/9/2009


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9/2/2009 2 I- 3150
9/9/2009 ;AM Metal Roofing 40 yr
| 1120 Warranty-Buy direct
LEGAL#120339 Eglin AFB (DUKE from manufacturer 30/
FIELD) Lunch Con- colors in stock, wall
IN THE CIRCUIT cessionaire accessories. Quick turn
COURT OF THE around. Delivery availa-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- The 96th Contracting ble. Gulf Coast Supply
CUlT Squadron, Eglin AFB, & Mfg, (888)393-0335
IN AND FOR Florida intends to so- www.GulfCoastSupply.
OKALOOSA COUNTY, licit and award a con- comn
FLORIDA cessionaire contract for
CIVIL ACTION CASE a lunch service vendor
NO:462008CA002808 at Duke Field. The pur- E-
FII.E NO:F08029519 pose of this contract is
to provide a daily lunch 3220
U.S. BANK NATIONAL service in the Duke
'ASSOCIATION, AS Community Activities $785 Leather Sofa &
TRUSTEE, ON BEHALF Center (BIdg 3053), for Loveseat set, new in
OF THE HOLDERS OF a base period of one box. Lifetime warr. Can
THE HOME EQUITY year (Period of Perfor- deliver. 850-471-0330
ASSET TRUST 2007-3 mance 01 Oct 09 -
HOME EQUITY through 30 Sep 10), A. comfortable queen
PASS-THROUGH CER- with four one-year op- size pillow top mattress
TIFICATES, SERIES tion periods. The con- set like new $150. Roll-
2007-3, cessionaire hours of top desk $75. Ladies
Plaintiff, operation will be Mon- Scrubs size med. $15.
day - Friday (11:00AM - 398-1137
vs. 1:00PM) with the ex-
ception of federal holi-
VICKY F. FLAMAND, et days: Quotations are All new Pillowtop Mat-
al, being requested and a tress Queen/box spring
Defendant(s). written solicitation will Fact. warr. $169 Can
not be issued. A Con- deliver. 850-471-0330 .
NOTICE OF RE- cessionaire Contract is
SCHEDULED FORE- contemplated. The so- Mtr and
CLOSURE SALE licitation reference King Mattress and 2 pc
number is eo;t. New, in plastic
NOTICE IS HEREBY F1TOAF9225A001. The Pillowtop. $225 850
GIVEN pursuant to an FAR, DoD supplements 471-0330 Can deliver
Order Rescheduling (DFARS), and Air Force
Foreclosure Sale dated FAR supplements Mattress and Box Set,
August 20, 2009 and (AFFARS) do not apply Full Size Still sealed
entered in Case NO. to Non-appropriated from factory, new,
46-2008-CA-0028018 of Fund (NAF) procure- $129. 850 471-0330
the Circuit Court of the ment except as re-
FIRST Judicial Circuit quired by AFMAN
in and for OKALOOSA 34-302 and AFI 64-301. Quenn sixe hide a bed,
County,. Florida Only those clauses re- chair, end table and
wherein U.S. BANK NA- quired by law or other- coffee table. All match-
TIONAL ASSOCIA- wise stated in AFMAN ing, asking $400. Enter-
TION, AS TRUSTEE, 34-302 shall be manda- tainment center
ON BEHALF OF THE tory. It is the offeror's 61wx74h $300.00 call
HOLDERS OF THE responsibility to be fa- 689-3600
HOME EQUITY ASSET miliar with applicable
TRUST 2007-3 HOME clauses and provisions.
E Q U I T Y The North American
PASS-THROUGH CER- Industrial Classification
TIFICATES, SERIES Code is 722310 with a 3230
2007-3, is the Plaintiff small business size
and VICKY F. standard of $20.5M. Baker
FLAMAND; MORT- This is a full and open HUGE
GAGE ELECTRONIC competition. The pe-
REGISTRATION SYS- riod of. this solicitation Yard Sale
TEMS, INCORPO- is 9 Sep 09 through 18 Sept.12th. 7am-?,
RATED, AS NOMINEE Sep 09. 1420 Charile Day Rd.
FOR SAXON MORT- This lunch concession- (B.A.Y.A. ball park).
GAGESERVICES, INC.; aire contract will be The B.A.Y.A. is host-
are the Defendants, I awarded to the respon- ing a yard sale.
will sell to the, highest sive responsible offeror Booths are avail, for
and best bidder for who has current Food $10. Contact Gweh
cash at SHALIMAR: IN Handling Manager's Barber @
FRONT OF CLERK'S certification, meets the 850-306-5161.
FRONT DOOR OF requirements in the
SHALIMAR ANNEX at Lunch Concessionaire's
11:00AM, on the 29 day Statement of Work, and Crestview
of September, 2009, offers the greatest per- Garage Sale
the following described centage of gross sales
property as set forth in to the Eglin AFB Sat 7-? '1530 North
saidFinal Judgment: Non-Appropriated Llyod St. Right across
LOT 7, BLOCK 4, Funds Instrumentality from Bob Sykes Ele-
SIXTH ADDITION TO (NAFI). Any interested mentary.
GARNIER BEACH, AC- party must be regis-
CORDING TO THE tered in Central Con- Cfestview
PLAT THEREOF AS tractors Registration Moving Sale
RECORDED IN PLAT ( C C R ) vi ae
BOOK 3, PAGE 13, OF https://www.bpn.gov/ccr Sat 8 - 11am
THE PUBLIC REC- /defauit.aspx 5975 Staff Rd
ORDS OF OKALOOSA A site visit is scheduled Oak dining room table
COUNTY, FLORIDA. for 2:00PM on 15 Sep w/6 chairs, antique
09 at Duke Field. To china cabinet, other
A/K/A 500 ROSS obtain a. requirements furniture, and all sorts
ROAD, FORT WALTON Statement of Work, and of misc. items & tools.
BEACH, FL 32548 or attend the site visit, _
interested parties
Any person claiming an should contact: David
interest in the surplus Serbe, - email ,EW TfgA
from the sale, if any, david.serbe@eglin.af.mil,
other than the property phone 850-882-0347 or
owner as of the date of Lesa White, Crestview
the Lis Pendens must lesa.white@eglin.af.mil, CrestviewD SALE!
file a claim within sixty 850-882-0263. Fri. & Sat. Sept. 11-12
(60) days after the sale. Fi. . pt -
WITNESS MY HAND - 8am-Till, 387 Georgia
and the seal of this St. Baby items.
Court on August 21, t
2009. ( ) 1Niceville

Don W. Howard Garage
Clerk of the Circuit Sale
court - To Benefit.
PETS & ANIMALS O -
By:Vicki Jackson PS- a Covenant
Deputy Clerk 2100 - Pets
epuyerk 2110- Pets: Free to Hospice
FloridaDefault Law Good Home
Florida Default 2120- Pt Supplies Fri & Sat
Group, L. 2130 - Farm Animals/ 8am - 1I pm
RO. Box 25018 Supplies
Tampa, Florida 2140- Petf/Livestock 1419 29th St
33622-5018 . Wanted Includes new Hallow-
2150- Pat Memorials een costumes, new
IMPORTANT , Christmas items,
In accordance with the furniture, books, etc.
Americans with. Disabil- Bargains
cities Act, persons with 2100 Galore!
disabilities needing Galore!
special accommoda- Razor Edge & Gotti pit All proceeds to
tion to participate in bull puppies 7 weeks benefit non-funded
this proceeding should old. Dewormed $150. Hospice programs
contact Court, Adminis- Call 376-3038 Iv mess.
tration at 101 James --
Lee . Boulevard East, YARD SALE!
Crestview, FL, Sept. 10,11,12:
32536-3515; telephone ' Thurs-Sat. 10am-Until,
number (850) � 5505 Brackin St. Follow
689-5000, Extension Balloons!
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT 32
In accordance with the ME R|SE
Americans with Disabil-3100 ntiques GREEN & BOILED
cities Act, persons with 3100 -Antiques PEANUTS.
disability nee 3120 -Arts & Crafts HOLLAND FARMS.
special accommoda- 3130 - Auctions 1-877-675-6876
tion to participate in 3140-BabyItems
this proceeding should 3150- Building Supplies
contact Court Adinis- 3160 - Business
Parkway, ShalimNar, FL, 3170 - Collectibles 3300
32579; telephone num- 3180 - Computers | 30
ber (850) 651-7497, 3190- Electronics 2 Plots located in the
prior to the proceeding. 3200 - Firewood front part of Liveoak.
9/2/2009 3220 - Furniture Cemetery .call
9/9/2009 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales 850-675-6491 Iv mesg.
______________ 3240 - Guns _______
3250 - Good Things to Eat
LEGAL#120343 3260 - Health & Fitness Airlines are hiring -
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing Train for high paying
NOTICE OF SALE 3280 - Machinery/ Aviation Maintenance
Equipment Career. FAA approved
The following vehicle 3290 - Medical Equipment program. Financial aid
will be sold at public 3300 - Miscellaneous if qualified - Housing
auction, per FI Stat 3310 - Musicall Instruments available. Call Aviation
713.585 at 10:00 AM on 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ Institute of Mainte-
September 25, 2009 at Supplies nance (888)349-5387.
Uenor's address to sat- 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel _______
isfy a lien against said 3340 - Sporting Goods Ae College Online
vehicle for labor, ser- 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) Attend College MeOdl
vices and storage from Home. *Medical.
charges. No titles, as - *Business, *Paralegal,
is cash only.1993 Geo ei *Accounting, *Criminal
D VIN Justice. Job placement
Storm 2DP2 I 310 assistance. Computer
Cash sum to redeem ANTIQUES - Clock Re- available. Financial Aid
vehicle: $2241.58 pair: Grandfathers, if qualified. Call
Lienor: Daniel's Auto- Mantels, Cuckoo, Any (866)858- 2 1 ,
motive Services 523 Type of Clocks- 211 N. www.CenturaOnline.
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6100 - Business/
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6110- Apartments
6120 -Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
6140 - House Rentals
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6160 Rooms for Rent
5170 - Mobile Home/Lot
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Crestview- Quiet well-
maintained 2 br, 1 ba,
total electric 585-6985

Crestvlew Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
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tance may be avail. 1 &
2 BR HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apts. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crestview,
FL. Call 850 682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity

Crestview I & II Apart-
ments
Now accepting applica-
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non-HC accessible
apartments for the eld-
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Crestvlew Inn
Motel $35 d $165 WK,
APT $180 Wk. $525 4
wk.Call 682-4466

Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non
HC accessible apart-
ments.
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity

HUD Homes! 4bdr 3ba
$217/mol 3 bdrm only
$199/mol Stop Rent-
ing! 5% dw, 15 yrs @
8% apr For, Listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5669




A Bank Repol 5bdr
4ba $317/mol 3 br
Foreclosure! $199/mol!
5% dw, 15 yrs @ 8%
apr For. Listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5853





Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $900 mo!
Call Jenny at Pelican
Real Estate 315-0972

Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
2 cg, FR 1635sf. 3 yrs
old. $995 mo+dd. pet
olk 850-865-2823

Crestview 4 BR, 2 BA,
2200sf Lee Farm S/D
Very nicely Avail. Now
$1150. 850-698-5044

Crestvylew- downtown,
1 & 3 br brick house
with yard. $400-$495
mo. Window air & gas
heat. 850-682-8483

Crestview- home' for
rent, country setting. 1
acre of land. 3br, 2ba.
$675. mo. 682-4280 or
699-4282

Crestview Nice 2br,
lba apt. W/D, stove,
refrigerator, rear deck,
$500 mo + $500 dd.
850-682-6514



NEW TODAY

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

Crestview
* 118 Hampton,
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
* 238 Runnymeade Dr,
2br, 1.5 ba, $595
* 214 Virginia St
2br, 1.5 ba, $650,
* 206 Virginia St,
2 br, 1.5ba, $650
* 216 Virginia St,
2 br,1.5 ba, $650
* 1704 1st Ave
3bd/2ba, $675
* 575 Pine St,
3 br, 2 ba; $700
* 602 Henderson St,
Furn 2 br, 1 ba; $725
* 1090A Farmer St,
Furn. 2 br, 1 ba; $725
* 3278 Auburn Rd,
3bd/2ba, $750
* 344 First Ave,
3bd, 2ba; $795
* 120 Swaying Pine,
3bd/2.5ba; $755
* 124 Cabana Way,
3bd/2ba; $800
* 194 Villacrest Dr,
3 br, 2 ba; $995
0 310 Shoal River,
3bd, 2ba; $1100
* 6127 Saddle Horse
4bd, 2ba; $1150
* 2893 Chanterelle,
4 br, 3 ba; $1450

NEWLY
REDUCED
RATES

CRESTVIEW
- 3 br, 1 ba Duplex
only $560 mo $560 dd

4 2 br, 1 ba Duplex
only $500 mo/$500 dd


Auction 16 residential
$25 app fee, MUST lots ranging from .39�
provide references and acres to 5.68� acres in
phone numbers for beautiful Roan Moun-
these rates. References tain, TN. 3 lots to be of-
will be verified, fered � Absolute
For info.call higgenbotham.com
682-7731 (800)257-4161


NEW TroAY

Teel & Waters
Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156

* 3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1AC
* 217 Forrest Pkwy
$700, 3BR, 1.5BA
* 715 Majestic Prince,
$1,100, 3BR, 2BA
no pets
* 394 Riverchase Blvd
$1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CG
* 5710 Seminole Dr,
$650, 3BR, 2BA, 2AC
*2919 Aplin Rd,
$725, 3BR, 2BA, 1CG
* 1303 Jeffrey Scot Rd
$1,000, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 year
lease, no inside smok-
ing, pet fees are non-
refndable.
Call Debra
Frost 682-6156




I 6170


NEW T9AY

Baker
3 br, 2 ba, CH&A. $575
mo+500dd 537-4380

Crestview- 2br, 2ba,
W/D hkup, on 10 acres,
New carpet, paint. $570
mo+dd. 850-832-0911

Crestview Nice 3/2
DW. on private lot.
$595/mo + DD.
362-9845








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7160 - Mobile Homes
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Holt - For Sale by
Owner Was
$150,000. has been
Reduced to
$135,000. 475 Hwy
90 West (Across from
Holt fire dept.)
2BR/2.5 BA on 1 acre
of land. Living Room,
large dining area,
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8110- Cars
8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150- Commercial
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Crestview- 2 moblie
homes Ready to move
in!! located in Blue-
berry Est, 3 bd 2ba w/
appi & ac .$9500. &
2bd lba w/. appl. & ac
$8000 call 978-3520

Get your share of the
Government
Bailout...
Receive up to $8000 to
help buy, your new
home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758

New Govern-.
ment Financing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayt6n Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758




Log Cabin Sale on 5
acres with dockable
lakefront only $69,900.
1680 sf log cabin kit on
5 acres with lakefront
on 12,000 acre recrea-,
tional lake. Boat to Gulf
of Mexico. Excellent fi-
nancing. Call now
(866)952-5339, x1560
www.grandviewharbor.
com

Ortega Landing Water-
front condos and ma-
rina on Ortega River in
Jacksonville, FL. 3 bed-
room, 3 bath condos
approx. 2,600 SF from
$999K. Private elevator
access, covered park-
ing, GE Monogram ap-
pliances, 9 ft ceilings.
Marina slip member-
ships and leasing avail-
able. (800)800-0895 or
www.visitortegalanding.
com






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The Sandalvood combines style wiih substance,
ging you allU oui want in a hot tub. It seats six
adults and offers a "cool down" seat. Equipped
with 52 black & stainle-ss steel jets, you can relax
and enjoy the benefits of hydrotherapy. Two
waterf.alU, air and \vater controls, LED mood
lighting and a "foot massage dome" provide the
ultimate in lu.xury.


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FINANCE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS -
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOW INTEREST RATES.
WE ARE A LOCAL FAMILY BUSINESS WITH THE
BIG REPUTATION. OWNER OPERATED &
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Come see our fantastic selection of kid's
cloithing, furniture & toys.

.i\:.in.h through Fridayi 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
a,. :, -. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
201 N. Main Street, Crestview
(850) 6S3-4100

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SUSHI BAR * HIBACHI EXPRESS


CRESTVIEW CORNERS SHOPPING CENTER
2511 S. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL
MON. - THUR. - 11 AM- 9 PM FOR CARRY OUT
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We will be reopening
September 16.

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FINE JEWELRY 850-683-8004
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New Installations
Pump Outs - Repairs
Permit Packages Available

Fill Dirt * Land Clearing


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JETS: 62
SEATS: 6 Adults
GALLONS: 450
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