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Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestliew News Bulletin
BACKWOODS BARBERSHOP: Ray Cawihon talks with longtime customer James
Livingston while Livingston gets his haircut by Wayne Melvin, the newest barber
at the Backwoods Barbershop in Holt. Below, Cawthon has operated this tiny
barbershop in.Holt since 1961.

New barber comes on board at Holt landmark

Ann Spann -
Crestniewiews Bulletin

Someone from out of town
might miss the tiny wooden
plaque with red and blue stripes
in the yard, but locals don't seem
to notice there is no sign on the
building that houses Holt's only
According to proprietor Ray
Cawthon word of mouth is still the
best advertisement in a town the
size of Holt. And of course there
are his repeat customers, which
now total three generations.
"I cut hair now for a lot of my custom-
ers' grandchildren," said Cawthon, who
has been a barber for 60 years.
Ray attended barber school at Jack-
sonville in 1949 and got his first job at the
Courthouse Barbershop in Crestview the
same year. He worked as a barber dur-
ing his four-year hitch in the U.S. Navy.
While working as a firefighter at Eglin,
Cawthon built the small block building
near the corner of Main Street and 2nd

Avenue in Holt and opened for business
in June 1961.
After 20-plus years of operation, a
young newspaper reporter, who was told
the shop had no official name, dubbed it
the "Backwoods Barbershop." The name
just stuck. The logo appears on busi-
ness cards printed by a customer from


NOFD chair 'very receptive' to citizens committee suggestions

The North
Okaloosa Fire
District board of.
commissioners will
hold its monthly
J i re
meeting at 7 p.m.
Thursday at the
NOFD fire safety
building at the
Bob Sikes Airport

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
North Okaloosa Fire District board
of commissioners chairman Will
Reeves has had about a month to re-
view the cost savings ideas presented
last month by the NOFD's citizens ad-
visory committee.
Reeves says he likes what he
"A majority of (the commissioners)
- I won't say all but the majority

were very receptive to this," Reeves
said Friday during a breakfast chat
at the same table with Daniel Bowers
Sr., the chairperson of the citizens ad-
visory committee.
"Danny and his guys did an excel-
lent job. We have taken some action on
several of the things suggested. There
were a few we were already working.
on. A majority (of the recommenda-
tions) will be implemented to some
degree or other."
The seven-person citizens advisory

committee was formed in the spring.
The committee was open to anyone
in the district. Board member Frank
Sauls served as the board liaison.
The committee last month pre-
sented 22 suggestions to help the
NOFD with its current less-than-ideal
financial situation.
Bowers said the ideas on the list
came from a number of sources, in-
cluding NOFD firefighters. He said

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Letter to
Eglin colonel
is first step in

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

They have to start some-
The Crestview city
council hopes its unani-
mous vote Monday to send
Sa letter to Col. Bruce Mc-
Clintock, commander of the
96th Air Base Wing at Eg-
lin, will serve as a first step
to 'an eventual alternate
,route from State Road 85
into southwest Crestview. "
"This would get the ball
rolling," city- Administra-
tive Services Director Mike
Wing said.,
The route eventually
would lead from State Road
85 west on Rattlesnake Bluff,
Road, and then north to the
neighborhood near Antioch
Elementary School, council
chair Bob Allen said during
the meeting.
For now, the letter mere-
ly formalizes the beginning
of discussion for vacation of
a 100 foot right-of-way be-
ginning at Range Road 211
west of State Road 85 and
extending in a northerly di-
rection to the Shoal River.
The letter also asks if
proposed use of the prop-
erty would represent an
adverse impact on Eglin
range missions, and asks to
schedule a technical inter-'
change between Crestview
and Eglin personnel.
"Does this mean we can
go out and build a bypass
in two or three years? Of
course not," Wing said.
"But you need to preserve
right of way. One of the big-
gest mistakes, a govern-
ment can make is fail to
preserve right of way when
you have the opportunity."
Courtesy copies of the
letter will be sent to Okaloo-
sa County Board of County
Commissioners chair Bill
Roberts and ,State Rep.
Greg Evers. Council mem-

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009


Bank robbery
suspect sought
The Crestview Police
Department responded to
a reported bank robbery at
the Coastal Bank and Trust
at 2150 S. Ferdon Blvd. at
approximately 12:09 p.m.
According to a CPD re-
lease, bank employees said
a white male entered the
bank, approached a teller
window and passed a note
to a teller demanding mon-
ey. The teller complied, at
which time the man exited
on foot in the direction of
the nearby Publix.
The suspect is described
as a white male, approxi-
mately 30-35 years of age,
about 5-foot-9, 200 pounds,
wearing a green shirt, kha-
ki cargo shorts, a possibly
camouflage cap, white ten-
nis-type shoes and white
socks. The suspect also
was in possession of a dark
booklet or folder.
Anyone with informa-
tion about this incident is
asked to contact the CPD
Criminal Investigations Di-

ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
SCENE OF THE CRIME: Crestview police investigators look for clues at the scene of a
robbery that occurred shortly after noon at the Coastar. Bank and Trust near Publix.

vision at 682-4157 or Emer-
ald Coast Crime Stoppers
at 863-TIPS.
- Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview airman
gets leadership award
An Eglin airman recent-
ly was awarded for his out-
standing leadership.
The Air Force recently
recognized Capt. Thomas
Eckel 'with the service's

2008 Lance P Sijan Air
Force Leadership Award.
"It is a tremendous
honor to have been nomi-
nated for this award, and to
actually win this award is a
great surprise," Eckel said.
The Lance P Sijan award
was first given in 1981. It
was named in honor of the
first U.S. Air Force Acade-
my graduate to receive the
Medal of Honor. Captain
Sijan was shot down over

Vietnam on Nov. 9,1967, and
evaded capture for 45 days
despite severe injuries. He
later died in a Vietnamese
prisoner-of-war camp and
was presented the Medal
of Honor posthumously for
his heroism.
The award will be pre-
sented Sept. 22 during a
ceremony at the Pentagon.
Eckel, a resident of Crest-
view, is one of four airmen
to receive this year's Sijan


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award. He won the junior
officer category and was
recommended by his com-
mander at the time, Major
Jason Warnick.
Eckel was the Depart-
ment Head for both 'Air
Ordnance and Ground Ord-
nance Divisions when he
was recommended. Cur-
rently, he is the Nuclear
Ordnance Division Officer
and Deputy Commander
for the 366 Training Squad-
ron Detachment 3 at the
Kaufman Explosive Ord-
nance Training Complex
near Niceville. He supervis-
es 14 military and civilian
instructors at the school of
more than 200 students.
"EOD is where I started
my military career. I en-
listed in the Air Force in
1990, and EOD is the career
field I was selected for and
have loved it ever since,"
Eckel said. "Our Explosive
Ordnance Disposal School
course is academically chal-
lenging, one of the toughest
in the U.S. military."
Mona Moore / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

budget online
The Okaloosa County
fiscal year 2009-10 pro-
posed budget is posted on-
line and can be accessed at
www.okaloosafl.com. This
year's budget.reflects some
changes toward Perfor-
mance Based Budgeting.
The public is encouraged to
learn more about the bud-
get, attend budget reviews
and to comment before the
millage and budget are fi-
nalized. A detailed sched-
ule of budget reviews and
hearings can be accessed
as well, from the same web
page. The first budget re-
views begin Thursday at
6 p.m. in Crestview at the
Crestview News Bulletin

Women's Hall of Fame
nominations due
Nominations of Crest-
view's exceptional women
for the Okaloosa County
Women's Hall of Fame are
due July 20 to The Okaloosa
County Commission on the
Status of Women (OCCSW).
The honor, which is one
of the highest the county
awards to women, re-
quires that nominees have
lived or worked in Oka-
loosa County and made
significant contributions
to the improvement of life
for the county's women
and other citizens through
one or more of the follow-
ing fields: art, agriculture,
athletics, business, com-
munity service, education,
environment, government,

health, humanities, law,
philanthropy and/or sci-
A nominee may be liv-
ing or deceased. More
details and nomination
forms are available at
www.occsw.org or by con-
tacting Margaret Nich-
ols at 897-1278, mlnichols
@embarqmail.com or Wen-
dy Clines at 496-0471, 897-
3849 orjwclines@cox.net.
Special to the
News Bulletin

.NWF Regional Airport
to get upgrades
An upcoming project at
* Northwest Florida Region-
al Airport will improve the
electrical system, security
and parking.
Construction is expect-
ed to begin in November
on a number of improve-
ments. One of the biggest
jobs is a realignment of the
road leading to the airport's
"It's a very substantial
series of construction proj-
ects," said Greg Donovan,
Okaloosa County's airports
A pre-bid meeting for
construction companies to
get more details about the
project is scheduled for
Tuesday. The airport's staff
will open bids at the end of
the month.
In addition to realign-
ing the road, the project
includes renovations to
the Baldwin Building, the
original terminal that now
houses the airport's elec-
trical systems and some of-
fice space; construction of
a new parking area on the
north side of the existing
terminal; and the addition
of a third security check-
point inside the terminal.
The new parking lot will
be self-service. Visitors will
use credit or debit cards
to pay for parking without
having to stop at one of the
manned collection booths.'
The.$6.8 million project
,is being funded by grants
from the Federal Avia-
tion Administration and
the Florida Department of
Transportation, and user
fees from the airport.
Construction is expect-
ed to be completed in July
Dusty Ricketts / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

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From fireside chats to

Nights of Fire: NWFSC

offers variety of programs

Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
An impressive array of national
touring shows is scheduled to ap-
pear during the 2009-2010 season
at the Northwest Florida State
College college's Mattie Kelly
Fine and Performing Arts Center
in Niceville.
The Broadway package will
include four shows for $165 per
package or $45 per individual
ticket. A six-show Broadway/Art-
ist combo package will be $200,
with $30 individual ticket prices
for Artist Series shows.
Season packages will be avail-
able to the public beginning Aug.
24. Season ticket holders enjoy
priority selection of seating for
the season's top shows and a dis-
count over single ticket prices.
Season tickets will be available
by phone, in-person or by mail
only from the box office. Individ-
ual show tickets go on sale online
at www.mattiekellyartscenter.org
on Aug. 28 and via in-person or
phone sales from the box office
window on Aug. 31.
The Broadway -package was
previewed in the July 8 edition
of the Crestview News Bulletin.
Here is a look at the Artist Series
and children's shows and our re-
gional symphony.

2009-2010 Artist Series
Benise: Nights of Fire Oct.
Spanish guitarist Roni Be-
nise unveils his Emmy Award-
winning electrifying multi-cul-
tural stage show "Nights of Fire:
Cuba!" Backed by a stage full of
musicians and elaborately cho-
reographed dancers, "Nights of
Fire!" captures world music at.
its best, with a show that appeals
to the hearts and souls of people
of all ages, cultures and musical

Ed Asner as FDR Feb. 6,
Ed Asner, recipient of seven
Emmy Awards ("Mary Tyler Moore
Show," "Lou Grant") and 16 nomi-
nations, five Golden Globe Awards, i
and member of the Television Acad-
emy Hall of Fame, stars in the solo
performance drama "FDR."
Based upon Dore Schary's
Broadway hit "Sunrise at Campo-
bello," "FDR" explores the life of
one of America's best-loved presi-
dents, Franklin Delano Roosevelt,
and the events and decisions that:
shaped a nation. This powerful play
follows the iconic president as he
reflects on his years in office, from
inauguration during the Great De-
pression to the trials of World War

Children's Shows
& Symphony
A series of four children's shows
will be presented as matinee per-
formances for school groups:
"Spider and the Bee," Sept. 17
"Tales of a Fourth Grade Noth-
ing," Jan. 12, 2010
"Frog and Toad," March 9,
"Click, Clack, .Moo," April 13.
Limited seating for the public
may be available for $6 per show.
The Mattie Kelly Arts Center
is also the .home of the Northwest
Florida Symphony Orchestra, the
region's premier professional sym-
phony, now entering its 23rd sea-
Season packages and single
concert, tickets for all of the sym-
phony's five concerts are on sale
now at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center
box office. Patrons are encouraged
to purchase symphony packages
early to take advantage of numer-:
ous season patron benefits.
For information-on the sympho-
ny season see www.nfsymphony.
org or contact the box office.

Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Arts Alliance
regional committee
organizational meeting
JULY 20 All area art-
ists, arts supporters and arts
educators are encouraged to
attend an organizational meet-
ing for the local committee of
the Okaloosa Arts Alliance on
July 20.
The meeting will be held
at the Crestview Public
Library meeting room at 6 p.m.
For more information on the
meeting and the north county
committee of the OAA, please
contact Rae Schwartz at bak-
The Okaloosa Arts Alliance
is the official arts agency for
Okaloosa County and is tasked
by the County Commission
to distribute state. funds re-
ceived from "Support the Arts"
license plates. The goal of the
local committee is to help bring
more arts events and funding
for the arts to the north end of
the county.

Grant writing workshop
JULY 22 The Okaloosa
Arts Alliance (OAA) will pres-
ent a grant-writing workshop
on July 22, from 9:30 a.m.
tol2:30 p.m.
The workshop will be pre-
sented by Susan Kneller, a re-
tired teacher and active com-
munity volunteer who has over
20 years experience as a suc-
cessful grant writer, applicant,
grant reviewer, and member of
several grant selection com-
Topics included in the
workshop include researching
available grants, writing grant
proposals, developing project
budgets, understanding the
terminology of grants,. and
common mistakes to avoid.
The workshop will be held
in Old Valparaiso at the Henri-

OKEYE MITCHELL i Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
BEAUTY & THE BEAST: Will Belle the Beauty tame the Beast?
Find out at NWFSC's summer production of the beloved
Disney musical, running July 22-25 at the Mattie Kelly Arts

tage Museum of Northwest
Florida, 115 Westview Ave. A
mini-practice writing session
will be included.
The cost of the grant work-
shop is $15 for OAA members
and $45 for non-members.
Seating is limited. For more in-
formation, contact OAA execu-
tive director Amy Baty at 499-
8335 or info@okaloosaarts.org.

'Beauty & the
Best' tickets
JULY 22-25 The Humani-
ties, Fine & Performing Arts
Division of Northwest Florida
State College will present
Disney's most acclaimed and
beloved Broadway musical,
"Beauty and the Beast" on July
22-25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center.
Tickets are on sale now
for $20 for adults and $15 for
youths age 18 and under, and
are' available at the Mattie

Kelly Arts Center Box Office
in-person, by phone at 850-
729-6000 or online at www.mat-
Based on the Academy-
Award winning animated fea-
ture, the stage version of "Dis-
ney's Beauty and the Beast",
includes all of the wonderful
songs written by Alan Menken
and the late Howard Ashman
along with new songs by Men-
ken and Sir Tim Rice.
The production stars area
actors including Darla Brig-
anti of Holt; Nalia Bauer, Rita
Dailey, 'George Frye, Mary
Gleason, Zach Hillard, Jesse
Hinton and Jarick Rivers of
Crestview; and Bruce Culpep-
per of DeFuRiak Springs.
Let the community know
about your arts or entertain-
ment events and activities.-
Send details to brianh@crest-
viewbulletin.com, or call us at

ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin-
CRACKING THE WHIP:-Dr. Brian Rucker displays his
"Florida Cracker" bullwhip like-those used on the
West Florida frontier.

Library lecturer

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Ann Spann ture was Rucker's demon-
Crestview News Bulletin. station of the cracking of a
Pensacola Juor Col- "Cracker cattle were a
legPensacola Junior Col- large part of the lifestyles
lege history professor D of our pioneer ancestors,
Brian Rucker discussed and whips were used as a N OWV
what life was like on. the way to control the cows,"
West Florida frontier (1800- Ruqker said. for Bachelor's
1880) during the July 7 First The cracking of the
Tuesday Lecture at the Bob whip was also used as a
Sikes Public Library. signal for communicating
Topics covered included with other Settlers miles NeW stud
how pioneer families made away. These early pioneer
a living, their language and settlers came to be. known C
recreation, and the violence as "Florida Crackers" as
that often ensued. He also a result of the use of their at NWFS
brought artifacts to show bulwhips. DeF-
including log dogs, a cane Most of the settlers in
stripper, auger, turpentine West Florida were Scots-
scrapper and a steel trap. Irish drovers who brought
Rucker discussed the use herds of cattle and hogs, C a S
of each of the items as they who were said to have their Clas S
related to daily life on the "wealth on the hoof."
frontier. o Dr. Rucker is, a seventh-
Many of the items that generation West Floridian
Rucker displayed related with a Ph.D. in history from
to timber and turpentine, Florida State University N ]
which were the area's lead- and is the author of more
ing industries, than 40 books and articles
Yellow pine lumber relatedtoWestFlorida.e He
was the heart blood of West is currently, working on his
Florida for many years," next book titled "Historic
explained Rucker. and Natural Resources of .2...
The highlight of the lec-Forgotten Florida."

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Check it OUT

Marie Garcia
Catalog Librarian
Robert L F. Sikes Public library

The next First Tuesday
Lecture will feature Ken Black-
burn, aeronautical engineer and
author of four paper airplane
books, including "The World Re-
cord Paper Airplane Book" and
"Pocket Flyers." All ages are wel-
come to join us to learn about the
art and science of making paper
airplanes. The lecture will start
at 10:30 a. m. on Aug. 4. Light re-
freshments will be provided.,
If you're interested having
more cultural opportunities and
events in this area and are inter-
ested in fine and/or performing
arts, then meet at the Bob Sikes
Public Library in Crestview on
July 20 at 6 p.m. The Okaloosa
Arts Alliance is the official arts
agency for Okaloosa County and
would like to establish a commit-
tee to offer benefits in the north
end of the county. For more infor-
mation on'the OAA, go to: www.
Don't forget reading logs for
the Summer Reading Challenge
must be signed by a parent or

guardian and turned in by July 23.
After the reading certificates are
awarded at 7 p.m., July 28 during
the Summer Finale, the Funny
Money Store will open!
Frogs & Turtles Lap Sit (un-
der 3) will be July 21 at 10:15.
Story Time (Ham It Up!)
will meet at 10:15 today and
Teens ages 12-18 can join us
for Wii gaming every Friday from
2 to 4 p.m. in the Story Room with
Interested in joining a teen
Anime/Manga club? Teens
ages 12 and up can sign up in the
Young Adult area or at the front
desk. Our first meeting will be in
theStory Room on July 20 from 4
.to 5 p.m.

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Hobo Camp

is a hit

LHS program for youngsters runs through Ju

lot more
people should
come out and
then we'll be able
to have a lot

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Kyle Wright
Crestvew News Bulleti

rel Hill School campus
transformed into a "camp-
ground" this summer.
More than 20 young-
sters a day have turned
out for the first Hobo Rec-
reatipn Camp program at
the school.
The Hobo Camp offers
a safe learning and physi-
cal activity environment
for students in kindergar-
ten through eighth grade.
Activities have included
spo: ts, learning and craft
act cities, community proj-
ects, library time, Ninten-
do Wii play, character- and
team-building activities
- and much more.
The program, which
runs from 7:30 a.m. to
4 p.m. each day through
July 31, has been a god-
send for busy parents in
the Laurel Hill commu-
"It's benefiting the
kids, the community and
th. school all at the same
tipe," said Karen Rogers-
Wpoten. Rogers-Wooten
h lps run the camp, along
vith fellow LHS teachers
Amanda and Scott Var-
.1 Rogers-Wooten chatted
while she kept. score for
a competitive "bat ball"
game in the school gym-
nasium. Scott Varnum was
serving as full-time pitch-
er for both teams.
Other children played
with jump ropes and
stacked buckets into child-
high walls.
The hot weather in June
kept the kids indoors for
most of the camp, but the
kids didn't seem to mind.
"The best part is when
we come in the gym lie-
cause we get to play all
kinds of stuff," Bryson
Turner said during a break
in his bat-ball game.
Field trips to the mov-
ies, to the bowling alley
and to the water play-
ground at Twin Hills Park
were enjoyed by all.
A game called "trench"
- a more inclusive varia-
tion of dodge ball that orig-
inated at Antioch Eleynen-
tary also was a big hit.
Christopher Whitton,
who will be a fifth-grad-
er next year, got t6 try
bowling for the first time
through the Hobo Camp.
"I .have enjoyed the
movies they brought in
and all the field trips, and,
I like all of the counselors
here," he said.
The camp just started
its second session. It's not
too late to sign up. Daily
rate is $10. Weekly rate is
$50. Cost is $45 per week
per child if two or more
children are registered
from the same household.
Students do not need to
be Laurel Hill School stu-
dents to attend the camp.
Students from Crestview,
Paxton and Florala at-
tended Session I.
For details, contact
Amanda Varnum at 850-
951-3693 or varnumam@
mail.okaloosa.kl2.fl.us; or
contact Rogers-Wooten @
1850-305-2866 or wootenk@
"A lot more people
should come out and then
we'll be able to have a lot
more fun," Whitton said.

PHOTOS BY KYLE WRIGHT | Crestview News Bulletin
ROPIN' THE WIND: Jay Stokes twirls a jump rope during
Hobo Camp activities on July 8..

SAFE AT FIRST: Justin Rosen (left) just hit a single during
ahn indoor whiffleball game during Hobo Camp on
July 8. Cheyenne Brown is ready on defense.

HEY BATTER BATTER: Haley Messer. prepares to swing
during an indoor whiffleball game during Hobo
Camp on July 8.

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luncheon is open to family
and friends. Details: Barb
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or (850) 833-7587 X211 or
X229 or e-mailing ltipton@
jobsplus02.com or jmcdan-
This event is sponsored
by the city of Crestview in
partnership with North-
west Florida State College,
JobsPlus/Workforce Devel-
opment Board of Okaloosa
and Walton Counties and
the Crestview Chamber of
The Friends of the Crest-
view Library will meet at
the Golden Asian Buffet on
State Road 85 on Thursday
at 10:30 a.m.
Featured speaker Joe
Barley will discuss his ge-
nealogy trip to Germany
last year. As always, the
public is invited.
The Knights of Columbus
Council 7968 will host its
monthly charity dinner Sat-
urday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at
601 E. James Lee Blvd.
in Crestview. The dinner
will feature spaghetti and
meatballs or lasagna at 7
p.m. for adults, $5 for pre-
teens, and free for children
under 5 years of age.
Davidson Middle School
Cheerleaders will be hold-
ing a multi family yard sale
on Saturday at Premier
Community Bank (next to
Wings of Fire off of the U.S.
Highways 85 and 90 inter-
Hours will be 7 a.m. until
approximately noon. There
is no rain day scheduled.
VBS: Pyron Chapel Bap-
tist Church at William Gary
Johnson Road in Baker
is hosting Vacation Bible
School with the theme
"Truth Trek" July 20-24
from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
for children in grades K-5.
Kids, please bring a plain
white t-shirt to decorate.
The Kick-off Party is July
19 at 5 p.m., with dinner
at. 5:30. Includes a slip and
slide water slide. A special
presentation will be held
July 24.
The' House of Restoration
Outreach Ministry is host-
ing a Day in the Park on
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. at Fairview Park (the
ball park). Pastor Steven
Chatman and first lady
Tara Chatman will discuss
Luke 14:23. Everyone is
welcome to attend. Call
826-2969 for details.
Youth groups from several
local churches will host a
car wash for donations on
Saturday from 9 a.m. to
2:30 p.m. at Hub City Ford
on south State Road 85 in
Crestview. Funds will be
used to offset expenses for
Youth Mission Week, spon-
sored by the Okaloosa Bap-
tist Association. Details:
ES include July 16, 8:30 to
11:30 a.m., and July 21, 6 to
9 p.m., CPR-Adult.
July 17, 6 to 10 p.m.,
July 18, 8 a.m. to 5.p.m.,
CPR/AED for the Profes-
sional Rescuer, (Health-
care Professionals/BLS);
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., First Aid
with CPR/AED-Adult,
Child & Infant.
July 25, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Babysitter's Training; 8
a.m. to 4 p.m., First Aid
with CPR-Adult, Child &
Business who need staff
member to attend the Red
Cross instructor training
course can receive abundle
package up to 20 percent
off for training needs. For
details, call 800.773.7620,
ext. 12 or e-mail stanleyc@
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ily will host a family re-
union from 10 to 2 p.m. The
event is also a celebration
of Sarah Williams's 90th

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Crestview News Bulletin I A7

HAPPENING from page A6

AWAY: Saturday, July
25 from 10 a.m. until the
monthly food allowance
has been given out at New
Beginnings Church, 412
West James Lee Boule-
vard, Crestview.
Details: Jimmy Smith,
689-2988. New Beginnings
Church is an equal oppor-
tunity provider.
road priorities will be held
area-wide by the Okaloo-
sa-Walton Transportation
Planning Organization.
The Crestview workshop
will be held July 23 at the
Crestview Chamber of
Commerce, 1447 Com-
merce Drive, at 1 p.m.
The TPO works as the
liaison with local, govern-
ments and the State of
Florida's Department of
Transportation and will
give the public the oppor-
tunity to voice their opin-
ions on the priority of re-
gional transportation. The
draft version including the
results from all five work-
shops will be presented at'
the Aug. 20 for review. De-
tails: Rhonda Grice, 1-800-
226-8914 or rhonda.grice@
Conyers Chapter #7
Order of the Eastern Stars
will hold its annual Head
of House Banquet on Aug.
1 at 6 p.m. The event will
be held at the Old Span-
ish Trail Shrine Club, 971
W James Lee Blvd, Crest-
view, FL. Tickets are $15
or donations are tax de-
ductible. All funds will go
to the Velma K. Conyers
Chapter #7, OES scholar-
ship fund. For information
contact Mary Haynes at
LECTURES: at the Crest-
view library on Commerce
Drive are held at 10:30
a.m. Upcoming programs
include the following:
Aug. 4, Aerodynamics
for Dummies: Folding and
Flying Paper Airplanes,
with Laurel Hill author
and engineer Ken Black-
Exploring Folk Musi-
cal Instruments with the
Pelican Pickers.
For details visit www.
htm (under "Programs
& Services"). Phone: 682-
Laurel Hill Hobo Recre-
ation Camp offers a safe
learning and physical ac-
tivity environment for kids
from kindergarten through
eighth grade. Campers will
play sports including bas-
ketball, volleyball, baseball
and bowlifig.
Activities will include
arts and crafts, library
time, scrapbooking, Wii
play, community projects,
music and team-building
skills. Kids will learn about
the environment and will
even get a little academics
in as well.
Hobo Recreation Camp
will be conducted at Lau-
rel Hill School by school
personnel and will run
from 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.
daily, with extended care
available from 6:30 to 7:30
a.m. and 4 to 5 p.m. for an
extra fee.
Session 2 runs July 6-31
for $200. Daily rate is $10;
weekly rates are $50 per
child. Discounts are of-
fered for two or more chil-
dren registered from the
same household.
For more information,
contact Amanda Varnum,
951-3693, varnumam@
mail.okaloosa.kl2.us; or
Karen Rogers-Wooten,
305-2866, or wootenk@
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Thursday, July 30 at 12 p.m.
at Emerald Coast Hospice,
131 E. Redstone Ave., Suite
110, Crestview.
Lunch is included. This
event is open to the pub-
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0300 or 259-3001, or email:

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lunch and 12 p.m. meeting
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to sign up as vendors for
the Northwest Florida Fair
planned Nov. 3-8. More

than 25,000 people attend
the fair, and vendors can
sign up as sponsors for the
event as well. Call Betty
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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

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

Topic: "Christopher Adam White Day" proclaimed
in city of Crestview to honor a recent Bronze Star
winner with local ties.
As a Vietnam veteran, I fully recognize the courage
that it took to react with professionalism at a time of
crisis. SPC White is a hero in the true sense of the word.

It is very comforting to know e have such finely
trained soldiers that are willing to give their life to ,
protect our country. I am proud to know Adam's mother
and hope I get to meet him some day.

Adam is humble about his duty in Afghanistan, but
he accomplished what his training taught him to do and
beyond. He kept his "cool" when it was required to call
in support for his fellow soldiers. Kudos to his mother for
raising such a fine young man.

Topic: Okaloosa County Board of County
Commissioners votes to proceed with plans for a
judicial center at the Northwest Florida Fairgrounds.
I guess after we just received a 125 percent
increase for tag, drivers licenses and registration the
commissioners just couldn't let good enough alone.
You've-got one door to enter the Crestview court house,
nowhere to park, but we've gqt to go to the south end
and spend $42 million when this is the county seat and
about all the remaining land is in the north end.

Topic: A sampling of recent local arrests reports.
show drug charges sometimes result from routine
traffic stops.
I in no way support a police state. However, if the
police are stopping you it is more than likely because
you committed a traffic violation or have faulty.
equipment. If you don't like being stopped then fix your
car, obey the traffic laws, do not drink and drive .... It
really is that simple. Tolthe officers who make these
stops, keep doing your job.
I've been stopped by CPD for a tag light. Very nice
officer. I was actually impressed; And guess what? Once
he figured out I was neither drunk nor driving with a
suspended license ... he told me to.get it repaired and
sent me'on my way. I am in no way shape or form a fan
of cops, but they have a job to do. If you are not breaking
the law, you generally have nothing to worry about.
So basically if they harass people enough they'll find
someone to arrest.

It's not harassment if you: get pulled over for a traffic
violation. If you don't have working tail lights or head
lights your car is not legal. Be thankful you don't get a
ticket every time you get stopped, and get the problem
fixed. Then you won't get pulled over. It's a simple

It's a numbers game. Makes sense. The more people
they stop, the more drunks, druggies, and people with
suspended licenses they'll catch. I have actually been
stopped before by CPD for my tag light not working. I
knew he was looking for something more, and it really
didn't bother me. It took less than three minutes of my.
time. At least our cops are being proactive.

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Ranking the school construction needs

The new Riverside Elementary
and Shoal River Middle School
opened to rave reviews this week.
What should be the next major
school construction project in north
Okaloosa County?
Don't expect
one for a while. The
Okaloosa County
S.- .,! School District is,
r feeling the economic
H squeeze like everyone
," -else.
If money were not
KYLE WRIGHT an issue, here's one
850-682-6524 person's ranking of
S the local schools most.
in need of some kind of upgrade to
those least in need.
1. Crestview High School
The high school gets the top spot
on this list. Not because the building
is falling apart it's not, and even if
it was, the school's CHOICE students
probably could fix everything up in a
jiffy but because it's about to get
really crowded. The north county
schools likely will get a whole bunch
of new students when the 7th Special
Forces arrive at Eglin Air Force
Base over the next year. The five
elementary schools and two middle
schools likely can make adjustments
to make room for everyone. But
there's only one high school. Is
a facility built when the school's
enrollment was less than 1,000
students really ready to handle an
enrollment of more than 2,000?
I'm not saying a whole new high
school building is needed, but more,
space on the current campus surely
2. Bob Sikes Elementary
If some anonymous donor wrote
a blank check to the school district
and said, "Use this to replace one
school," Bob Sikes probably would
be.the one you'd pick to replace. The
place looks great for a 50-year-old
facility, but be honest. If you had
a choice of sending your child to
building that looked like Bob Sikes
'Elementary or a building that looked
like Riverside Elementary, which.
would you choose?
3. Laurel Hill School
.4. Baker School ,
Again, not because the buildings

From the message boards

The News Bulletin launched a
new feature this month.
You can access our new online
message boards at http://forums.
We encourage you to try that
link and take a look at the new
message boards. News Bulletin
staffers will be active participants
in these conversations. We'll also -
be diligent in making sure the
conversations don't devolve into
anonrinous attacks.
Please take a look. If you see
a message that catches your
attention, leave a message of your
own. If you have a topic worthy
of discussion, post it for others to
weigh in.
We look forward to hearing your
Here's an excerpt from one
person's take on how the county
school district should alleviate
potential overcrowding:
"My suggestion is to have a
multi-school complex tK-12, like
Gulf Breeze with elementary.
middle, and high school side-by-
side) on the far east end of U.S.
Highway 90 to take the load off
of the Crestview proper schools,

are falling apart, but because there's
only one school in Laurel Hill and
only one school in Baker, and there
might be a lot of new students on ,
the way Portables already have
been needed at both schools in past
years. Laurel Hill ranks higher on
this list because the Baker has some
relatively new facilities on its campus.
5. Northwood Elementary
The Northwood campus now
becomes the oldest building in
Crestview, but this facility actually
has a lot going for it. There is plenty
of room, as Northwood inherits some
of the space vacated by the closing of
adjacent Richbourg Middle School.
Extensive work to refurbish parts of
Northwood also has been announced.
6. Davidson Middle School
7 (tie). Walker Elementary and

allowing more military families
that move in there. There is a ton
of available land out here that
has already been cleared. If there
were a State Road 85 bypass was
ever built, it may likely come off
at County Road 393 where there
is already a hurricane egress.
This would also give buses a fairly
quick drive to the south end for
events by hitting State Road 285
as it now stands. TheDeerland
area is projected to explode with
the additional military personnel
arriving. The area east of this
land from Hibiscus to the county
line already has hundreds of new
homes and more land has been
cleared to add even more. This
means hundreds of new families
within five years if the economy
turns around. The land around the
County Road 393 and U.S. Highway
90 intersection has been cleared
for years and is likely waiting for
commercial development; with a
bypass there, I feel building would
commence in no time. With the
time it takes to actually fund and
build schools, now is the time to get
the ball rolling."

Antioch Elementary
Davidson, Walker and Antioch
all still have a 'new' look to them.
Davidson ranks slightly higher
on this list because portable
classrooms have been needed in
past years.
9a. Riverside Elementary
9b. Shoal River Middle School
Construction on Riverside started
a little earlier, and Riverside was
opened to the public a little bit earlier
than Shoal River, so Riverside should
need replaced a few weeks before
Shoal River in the year 2060 or so.

4yle Wright is the News Bulletin
Editor Contact him at 682-6524, or
e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com. Visit the "Passing Shots" blog
at, nww.crestviewbulletin.com.

kDr Alexis Tibbetts,
Okaloosa County
Superintendent of Schools,
posted this message on the.
district's Web site:
It was a very good .
year for Okaloosa County
Schools, based on the
FCAT scores released
from the Florida DOE.
Okaloosa County was first
or second statewide in
percent of our students.
proficient in both math
and reading in grades
4-9. Our overall district
proficiency in reading
is 72 percent compared
to the state average of
60 percent. Our district
average in math is
76 percent as compared to
the state averages of
65 percent.,
Our district posted one
.of the lowest percent of
students in the state at
level 1 (non-proficient).
This is phenomenal. The

fact that there.are only
5 percent of students in
our county who score at
the lowest proficiency level,
(level 1 on a scale of 1-5)
is a tribute to employees
and patents who value
education and support
our schools. Parents who
send children to school
ready to learn and who
hold high expectations for
their students can take a
great deal of credit for this
development has been
focused on the specific
needs at each individual
school, and this has been
the key to the success in
both reading and math.
Curriculum alignment
across all grade levels
(both horizontally and
vertically) has created
an approach to math and
reading that is seamless
for students. Increased

rigor in.requiring all
middle school students
to take at least one
honors course has raised
expectations. Providing
scaffolding and support
to ensure students are
successful with increased
rigor is essential.
Our teachers have
accomplished that with
tutoring before and after
school and individualized
assistance in special and
regular education.
The increased
emphasis in STEM
(science, technology,
engineering and math)
really paid off in our upper
grades. Okaloosa County
eighth graders were first
in Florida in science. Our
llth graders were second
in the state. Sixty-two
percent of our eighth
graders were proficient
in science, compared to
a statewide proficiency

of 41 percent. Fifty-three
percent of our 11th
graders scored proficient
at level 3 or above in
science. Statewide, ,11th
graders were 37.perceht
proficient in science.
Of course there is
still work to be done.
We continue to move
the emphasis in science
to elementary schools
through increased
and professional
development in the
inquiry process. Okaloosa
County continues to
have excellence without
exception, and we are
proud of our teachers,
parents, students,
administrators and
support personnel.
Parents, if you would
like to view your child's
grades, click on the Patent
Star icon on the school
district's Web home page.

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ber Charles Baugh spoke of amusement to annoyance.
a need for a "united front"
with the county and Eglin. Other business
"Rep. Evers has as-
sured me if the ball ever The council unani-
got rolling on this he would mously approved a tenta-
be more than happy to get tive millage rate of 5.8466 for
in middle of it to make sure the 2009-10 fiscal year. The
we got land that was need- tentative rate is identical to
ed," Allen said. the millage rate used for the'
The city pursued a simi- 2008-09 fiscal year.
lar plan a few years ago. City Finance Director
City officials said Monday Patti Beebe said the coun-
that effort was put on the cil cannot increase this rate
back burner as Eglin began during the budget process,
BRAC preparations, but can decrease the rate if
"I feel confident all the it chooses to do so.
parties involved will be ea- Budget hearings were
gerly supportive," council scheduled for Sept. 9 and
member Linda Parker said Sept.23 at 5:01 p.m.
last week. "When we get Mayor David Cadle re-
this finalized, the best part ported on the options under
of it for businesses will be consideration for resume,
the traffic will stay in Crest- tion of Amtrak service on a
view. The issue with previ- route through Crestview. Ca-
ous bypass discussions is die said he supports a stand-
they pull you to another city. alone daily service between
This will keep traffic in the New Orleans and Orlando.
city of Crestview. It will split The council unanimous-
or divide the traffic so it ly voted to authorize Cadle
can still flow, but stay in the to express that preference
same general area, which is to Amtrak officials and oth-
best for our businesses." er officials in the area.
Parker said she was Other options include
approached by Col. Mc- restoring the pre-Katrina
Clintock to begin the cur- tri-weekly service between
renit dialogue. Los Angeles, New Orleans
The actual discussion and Orlando, or extend-
.Monday was dominated by ing the daily "City of New
a back-and-forth over who Orleans" service (Chicago
should be listed as the point through New Orleans)
of contact of the letter, a con- through to Orlando:
versation that had citizens Read the full story at
in the audience express- www.crestviewbulletin.
ing emotions ranging from corn.

NOFD from page A:l.

the suggestions were listed
only if they received unani-
mous support from the
Some of the ideas are
simple, such as a suggestion
to conduct more joint train-
ing with other departments
when possible. Reeves said
the NOFD already is active-
ly seeking ways to do this.
..,Other ideas, such as a
suggestion to transfer cov-w
erage of some NOFD terri-
tory to other fire districts,
would require action from
outside agencies.
The board could choose
to pursue all, some or none
of the recommendations.
.The report concludes,-
"It's not going to be easy
... but..., we can get out of
this financial bind." It also;
states the board must ac-
tively manage policies, fi-
nances and its chief.
Reeves and; Bowers
both spoke of a need for,
the entire NOFD board

members, firefighters and
district residents -'to pull
together to help the district
get through its current fi-
"I have found the major-
ity of the board and every
single firefighter We talked
to is trying to do the right
thing and trying to do a.
good job," Bowers said. "I
don't want the firefighters
to get the impression' that
anything we as a commit-
tee. or anything the board
has done is a criticism of
firefighters. They have
done yeoman's work and
continue to do yeoman's
work in spite of turmoil."
Concluded Reeves:
"We're trying to maintain
a level of service. The bot-
tom line is, we've got to,do
it more.efficiently. I'diike
to see citizens see this, and
see our guys, get the mes-
sage, that we're trying to
work with what we've got
and do the best we can."

These are the 22 "Ideas For Consideration"
presented by the North Okaloosa Fire District
citizens advisory committee. The full 1 8-page
report goes into more detail.
Prioritize the services the NOFD is authorized
to provide
Determine the cost to provide those services
Develop a plan to provide the service the
NOFD can afford to provide to taxpayers within
the NOFD district boundary, keep the fire tax low
and keep 5/9 or better ISO ratings
Determine training required to provide level
of service
Develop plans to do more joint training with
other departments
Pay only for required training; no extras until
the financial crisis is over
Emphasize obtaining grants
'* Train someone to write grant applications
Do not replace any paid firefighters who
leave (NOTE: Bowers said the committee does not
advocate terminating any current firefighters)
Develop volunteer program
Transfer fire protection responsibility
Use purchase order system for purchases
Refinance existing loans
Do a complete inventory
Re-evaluate repair providers
Seek help or relief on SAFER grant matching
Do cooperative purchases with other.
departments when possible
Review assessment rates
Examine property appraiser's records against
actual property to determine if each property is
assessed properly
Develop system for locating excess/
inexpensive fire equipment
Work to add fire hydrants
Develop public information plan


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NEW ADDITION: The recent renovation project has more than doubled the size of the barbershop.

TRADING BARBS from page Al

Michigan, who was visiting a local camp-
ground and mailed them back to Ray.
Now a new batch of business cards has '
been printed.
Cawthon made the recent decision to seek
help in operating the barbershop due to his .i
declining health. He turned to fellow barber
and Holt native, Wayne Melvin.
"I talked him into the notion to come down
here with me," said Ray, who plans to work
two days a week and hand the full-time opera- T
tion over to Melvin..
An addition has been built onto the shop,
which more than doubled its size, along with
a second barber chair. A portion of the work
was contracted, and Ray also got volunteer,
help from his frierids.
Cawthon is a widower and admits that he
enjoys the fellowship at the barbershop.
"A bunch comes by just to talk and check .
on the weather or to hear if the fish are biting,
when they don't have anything to do," explains ..
' Cawthon. "I tell'em something. Around here
. you don't ask where they caught the fish or -
they will tell you, in the mouth."
Like Ray, Melvin is a life-long native of
Holt. Both men still live on the land where '
they grew up, within a half-mile of the barber-
"It's home. I've tried leaving two or three
different times, but I couldn't stay gone," Mel- -
vin said.
Wayne has been a barber for 40 -years,
working more than 30 of them in Crestview,
where he owned and operated his own shop
for 21 years.
f"I appreciate Ray givingme the chance
to be here. I have cut hair over 40 years and ANOTHER CHAIR: Ray Cawthon inspects the second
this is the first opportunity I've had to work at chair that was recently added in his barbershop at
Holt," he said. Holt.

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FSU doctoral student's honor is out of this world

Crestview resident receives Florida Space Grant Consortium fellowship

Special to the News Bulletin

State University doctoral
student from Crestview is
the recipient of a presti-
gious fellowship designed to
reward and attract the best
and the brightest minds in
science and engineering to
space-related careers.
Angelo Karavolos, who
is currently completing a
Ph.D. at the Florida A&M
University-Florida State
University College of Engi-
neering, has been awarded
a Florida Space Grant Con-
sortium fellowship one
of only two presented in the
state each year. He will re-
ceive a one-year stipend of
$20,000 for full-time doctor-
al study, renewable for two
additionalyears. Karavolos'
research interests include
nanomaterial applications
for space-habitat environ-
mental quality, medicine
and human factors.
"We are delighted that

Angelo has been recog-
nized with this well-de-
served honor," said Amy
Chan-Hilton, an associ-
ate professor and associ-
ate chair in the college's
Department of Civil and
Environmental Engineer-
ing and Karavolos' major
adviser. "I expect that his
interdisciplinary doctoral
research in materials and-
environmental engineer-
ing will have significant
positive implications in
space and industrial ap-
A native of Champaign,
Ill., and current resident
of Crestview, Karavolos
has master's degrees
from the universities of
Kentucky and Illinois, as
well as Auburn University,
in the areas of engineer-
ing and biology. He also
possesses industrial and
military experience.
"I am pleased to accept
this award for my degree
program," Karavolos said.

"It is indeed an honor and
privilege to work on con-
cepts of such importance
to the space program and
our country. I wish to thank
everyone who made my ef-

"I am pleased to accept this award for
my degree program. It is indeed an
honor and privilege to work on
concepts of such importance to the
space program and our country. I
wish to thank everyone who made my
efforts possible, both those at NASA
and my adviser, and my wife, Diane."

Angelo Karavolos

forts possible, both those at
NASA and my adviser, and
my wife, Diane."
Formed by NASA in
1989, the Florida Space
Grant Consortium is a vol-

untary association of 17
public and private Florida
universities and colleges.
The consortium supports
the expansion and di-
versification of Florida's
space industry by provid-
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and fellowships to stu-
dents and educators from
Florida's public and private
institutions of higher .edu-
Nominees for Florida

Space Grant Consortium
fellowships must be en-
rolled in master's or doc-
toral programs with the
intent of pursuing "space"
research, broadly defined
to include aeronautics and
astronautics, remote sens-
ing, atmospheric sciences,
and other fundamental
sciences and technologies
.relying on and/or directly
affecting space technologi-
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Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview resident Wil-
liam Oneby heeded Presi-
dent Obama's call for all
Americans to send him ideas
to get the nation's citizens
back to work.
Oneby's idea develop
industries from untapped
ocean resources got a
response from Vice Presi-
dent Joe Biden.
Oneby recently received
a letter with Vice:President.
Biden's signature. President
Obama asked .Vice Presi-
dent Biden to serve as the
point person for citizen sug-
"Amazingly, the Vice.
President signed the reply
himself in blue ink," Oneby
wrote in a letter to the News
Bulletin. "It was no rubber
Oneby's three-page letter
to the Vice President out-
lined a plan for new ocean-
based industries to spur job
Oneby currentlyis writing
a book, 'An Ocean of Jobs."
",(The ocean) covers sev-
enty-two percent of the earth
and offers vast opportuni-
ties," Oneby wrote.
He suggested expansion.

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or creation of industries
such as fish farming, under-
sea mining, electricity from
the sea, oil from salt domes,
undersea colonies and "a
million other ideas."
"Good leadership from
the government is needed to
open up the ocean for many
vital jobs which soon pay
their own way and are profit-
able," Oneby wrote.
Oneby concluded his let-
ter by saying, "No reply is
Since he got a reply any-

way, Oneby plans to send
another letter. This one will
include thoughts on how to
stop global warming.
"My idea is simple and
inexpensive," Oneby wrote
to the News Bulletin. "Man-
kind must create more plant
life to convert carbon dioxide
into oxygen. This includes
forests on land and phyto-
plankton in the ocean. ...
For every pound of coal and
oil we burn, we must grow
trees. America's plains must
become forests."

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Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam J. Melton of Crest-
view will be celebrat-
ing their 50th wedding
anniversary Saturday,
in Manila, Ark., with
friends and family. The
event will be hosted
by their children and
children's spouses,.
Cindy and Lyle Nelms
of Manila and Marvin
and Pam Melton of Ty-
ler, Texas.
William J. Melton
and Eva Ruth Vandivor
were married on July
17, 1959. The couple
has four grandchildren
and three great-grand-

Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Young of Crestview an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Nichole, to
G. Wynne Hughes, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hughes
of Colerain, N.C.
The bride-to-be is a
graduate of Crestview High

School and Chowan Univer-
sity, where she received a
bachelor of science in biol-
ogy. She is a science teach-
er at Ridgecroft School in
Ahoskie, N.C.
The prospective groom
is a graduate of Lawrence
Academy in Merry Hill,

and Eva
were mar-
ried on
July 17,

N.C., and Chowan Univer-
sity, where he received a
bachelor of science in en-
vironmental biology. He is
employed at his father's
electrical business.
. A small Sept., 5 wed-
ding is planned at Foxwood
Country Club in Crestview.


Sheila Denise Hutchins

Sheila Denise
Hutchins, 50, of
Crestview, departed this
life peacefully and went
home to be with the Lord
on Monday, June 29, 2009.
Funeral services were
held Saturday, July 4, 2009
at Son Light Covenant
Church with Pastor Alvin
E. Smith officiating, and
with McKinnie Funeral
Home directing.
Sheila was born and
raised in Crestview. She
accepted Jesus Christ as
her Savior at a young age.
Sheila graduated from
Crestview High School
and attended Selma
University, majoring
in business. Because
of her love for hair, she
later pursued a career in
She planted many
seeds in the lives of so
many people through her
life and her work. Sheila
was a giver; she loved and
loved deeply. She loved
her family and friends,

and her greatest love was
for her Lord and Savior
Jesus Christ. She fought
a good fight, she finished
her course and she kept
the faith. Her faith was in
God and she knew that
"He had her," and she was
healed in Jesus' name.
Sheila never complained
and she was always
concerned about others.
But when she heard his
voice whisper "Come
home," she answered and
surrendered her soul to
her Heavenly Father.
She was preceded
in death by her father,
James Coleman, and her
brother, Charles Lewis,
whom she loved very
Sheila leaves to
cherish her memories her
husband, Allex Hutchins
of Crestview; daughter,
Nicole McDonald of
Crestview; sons, Reginald
(Mandi) Shelton III
of Atlanta Ga., Travis
Shelton of Jacksonville,

Dontrail of Buford, Ga.
and LaQuandra, Brandon
and Ron Travois of
Monroe, Ga.; mother,
Violet M. Johnson of
Crestview; sisters, Verdia
Mae Johnson, Patricia
A. (Harold) Mosley and
Linda Faye Lewis, all
of Crestview, Sheary A.
Smith of Victorville, Calif.,
and Victoria (Vickie)
McDonald of Colorado
Springs, Colo.; brothers,
Michial (Lorraine) Lewis
of Crestview and Victor
(Renee) McDonald of
Mobile, Ala.; aunts, Marie
Johnson of Panama
City, Vida Bell Scoggins
of Los Angeles, Calif.,
and Ruth McDonald of
Crestview; great-aunt,
Nellie Smith of Crestview;
grandchildren, Kaila,
Reginald, Cameron,
John, Destiny, Kiahna,
Malachi, Zoe; and
Mariah, and abundance
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Baker Middle
School football
Any rising seventh- or
.eighth-graders interested
in playing football for Baker
should contact Coach Kellogg
at the Baker field house
Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to
3:30 p.m.
BAYA registration
BAYA Football and
Cheerleading sign-ups will be
held at BAYA ballparks July
18 and 25 from 9 am. until
2 p.m.,July27,28,30 and 31
from 5-7 p.m., and Aug. I from
9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Any questions, please call
537-4549. Leave a message if'
there is no answer.
City of Crestview
fall sports
Crestview Parks and
Recreation is accepting sign-
ups for football, soccer and
Children who reach these
age limits before Sept. I are
welcome to sign up ages 4-14
for soccer, 6- II for football
and 4-12 for cheerleading.
Your child will be
placed on a team based
upon age, previous year's
team or through the draft,
except where health
is a consideration.The
transportation of your child
to practices and games is
your responsibility (no special
requests accepted).
Registration is $60 for city.
residents and $65 for those
outside the city limits.
The drafts will be held at
Twin Hills Park on the dates
and times listed below.
Football Drafts-July 16, Pee
Wee 1,6 pm,July.17,Pee
Wee 2, 6 p.m.
Shoulder pad and helmet
fitting will be done on a
scheduled basis
Soccer Drafts.July 1'8,
U6,no draft,U8,9 a.m.;U I0,
10:45 a.m.; U 12,12:15 p.m.;
U15, 1:45 p.m.
Cheerleading is for ages
4-12. Uniforms will be
furnished for each cheerleader.
The date of registrations
will determine the order of
placement The balance of
registered, cheerleaders will
then be placed on reams until
parity has been reached.
Please call 682-4715 for
more information Parks and
Rec hours are 8 am.to 5 p.m.
Monday-Friday.The Web site'
is at www cityofcrestview.org.
Foxwood Country Club
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Foxwood Country Club
has announced plans for a
second summer tennis camp.
The camp. intended for
middle-school and high-school
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from 6:30-7:30 p.m. each day.
SCost is $25 per participant
SCllFoxwood Country
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Northwest Florida
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Aug. I. Players must be 14
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For more information, call
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EXPERT ADVICE: Maya Moore, a member of the Lady Dawgs tennis team, instructs
young players on proper techniques during a tennis camp at Crestview High School.

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TO THE NET: Charlsy Sweatt goes to the net as she hits volleys
during tennis camp.

Crestview High School tennis

camp serves up afunweek

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Aspiring young tennis
players took to the courts last
week at the Crestview High
School tennis camp.
Approximately 20 campers
ages 7-12 took part in the
camp led by CHS coach Ben

Kimbrough and some of the
Bulldog players..
"This is the first time
we've done a tennis camp,"
Kimbrough said. "We've .
always meant to do it, but this
is actually the first time we
had a chance to get itgoing.


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Dawgs have 'a lot of potential'


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Ben Kimbrough is quickly becoming a coach
for all seasons, or at least seasons involving sports
with a net that stretches the width of the court.
The Crestview tennis coach is now wearing
the additional hat of Bulldog volleyball coach,

FUMC Golf TournamentOkaloosa C
The First United Methodist 0 nalUosa Co
Church of Crestview will hold
a golf tournament Aug. IS at t might just be July,
Foxwood County Club. but you might want
The tournament will be a to start saving your
fundraiser with an emphasis pennies with the hope
on fun and fellowship. your, pennies wfavorith the local highope
Cost of the tournament your favorite local high
Cost of the tournament school team or athlete
is $40 per person in a 4-man makes it to eamthe state
scramble format. Entry fee finmakes it to the state
includes lunch, finals.
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drive and the first place team. High School Athletic Randy
for the tournament Association mill be hosting
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shotgun start at 8:30. "across the state." Well, it's across
For more information, call the state if you live in such places
Delynn at the church office as Orlando, Lakeland or Dade
at 682-2018 or call Darryl City, where the football, volleyball
Roberts at 683-1921 or e- and cross country championships
mail droberts@woolcom neL t ill be decided later this fall.



)unty should make a finals 'state-ment'

Come winter, you can
be assured that state-
champions in boys and
girls basketball, as well
as wrestling, will be in
Lakeland. In the spring,
the baseball finals will be
at a spring training site
H END of some Major League
NE Baseball team. The
lickson softball championships
probably will be in the
Tampa area, as they have been
the last several years.
Is it any wonder people in
Northwest Florida often feel like
the ugly stepchildren in this state?
Granted, the football
championship games were held

in Tallahassee in 2002, when
Crestview appeared in the Class
3A championship game, and 2001.
Since then, the championships
have been contested in
Gainesville, Miami and Orlando.
I understand the logic of
wanting a big stadium for the
football finals. Tallahassee is
reasonable drive for people
in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa or
Escambia counties. A round trip
to Gainesville can be done in a day
if you are willing to ride five or six
hours each way with the two- or
three-hour game to break up the
I'll give the FHSAA a pass on
not holding the football

championships west of
Tallahassee. I can even understand
having the baseball championships
at a spring training site. And
maybe there can be some slack
given in track and field, where
certain surfaces and timing
systems might be needed.
But that's where I draw the
Pensacola has a perfectly good
Civic Center that is every bit as
good as the Lakeland Center.
Pensacola could easily host
basketball, volleyball or wrestling
state championships in that


Wednesday, July 15, 2009

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Will Parchman SATURDA
Florida Freedom Newspapers
: South Alaba
"INursing a comfortable 28- (0-4) at
point lead in the first quarter, Thunderi
fhq Northwest Florida Falcons 7 p.m. a
seemed destined to steamroll Middl
'restview and easily procure a
season sweep of 'their upstart
.county rivals in the minor league 48-26 Saturday
premier Football League. Stadium in a b
:'Marrio Holley and the Thun- fensive slugfest
ieibirds had other ideas. The Falcons
S: 'What seemed like a rout early on Crestview e
itned into a legitimate battle, a 28-0 lead on
Which the Falcons ultimately won Thunderbirds b

:Dean to return

to LSU for

senior season

Story and photo courtesy of
LSU Sports Information
BATON ROUGE Outfielder/designated
hitter Blake Dean, a 2006 Crestview High
School graduate, will return to LSU for
his senior season, Tigers coach Paul
Mainieri announced Fri-
Dean, the 10th-round
draft selection of the Min-
nesota Twins, elected to
complete his collegiate
.- ,career at LSU instead of
signing a pro contract.'
BLAKE DEAN Mainieri said that
Dean, a 2009 first-team
.all-SEC performer who helped lead the
':Tigers to the College World Series title,
,.as scheduled to undergo surgery on his
left shoulder on Wednesday. The surgery
-*ill correct some instability in the shoul-
:der and allow Dean to participate in the
'Tigers' fall practice in late October.
.-' "My first concern is always what is in
ft-he best interest of the player, and had
-Blake decided to sign with the Twins, I
.have would supported him 100 percent,"
SMainieri said. "The fact that he has de-
:-rided to stay for his senior season cer-
'tainly makes me happy as a coach, but I
also believe it was a wise decision on his
"His return will have a tremendous
impact on our club, and he has a chance
to finish his career as one of the all-time
best hitters in LSU history."
Dean hit .328 this season with 18 dou-
bles, 17 homers, 67 runs and a team-best
71 RBI as the Tigers claimed the national
championship.: A first-team All-American
in 2008, he is No. 8 on the all-time LSU
home run list, with 44 dingers, and No. 6
on the LSU career RBI list, with 190.

ma Seminoles
birds (0-4)"
t Davidson
e School

at Steve Riggs
lowout turned of-
(3-1) jumped out
early and ran up
n the undersized
beforee the end of

the first quarter.
That's when Crestview
punched back.
An offense that .was battered
and tallied negative 33 yards in
the first game these two teams
played proved its resiliency by
clawing back slowly but surely
and finished with .229 yards.
Crestview quarterback Brody
Johnson, who finished with
two touchdowns and 114 yards
through the air, threw a touch-
down strike just before the half to
make it 28-7 and open the door for
a possible comeback.

Holley took over for Crestview
(0-4) in the third quarter, playing
running back and wide receiver
and even returning kicks to dev-
astating effect. On the first play
of the second half, Holley flashed
across the middle of the field,
plucked Johnson's pass out of
the air and sped 63 yards for the
touchdown to slice the lead down
to 28-13. After a Falcons three-
and-out moments later, Holley
took an inside handoff from inside
the five-yard line to narrow the
gap to 28-20, much to the stunned'
disbelief of the crowd.

"We just had to stick with it,
stick with the game plan and be-
lieve," said Holley, who had 76
yards receiving and 18 rushing.
"We had two weeks off, so we
practiced and executed. We fell
short, but I'm proud of them. The
team worked hard."
Eight points down was as
close as Crestview got
"We just showed that we're the
stronger, bigger, faster team," the
Falcons' Brian Lewis said. "If tal-
ent-wise and size-wise we were
even, we probably would have
lost that game."

Emily Morris, far
left, stretches high
'" to keep this volley
r alive.
Lauren Godair,
left, concentrates
'. on the techniques
she learned
". during tennis
'" camp.
News Bulletin

TENNIS from page B1

"It's been pretty fun so far,
and the kids seem to like it."
The camp served as a
fundraiser for the Bulldog
tennis program. The money
brought in will go to purchase
nets and balls, as well as to
upkeep of the varsity courts.
Campers were taught the
fundamentals of the game..
"We want to make sure
their footwork is right and
show them how to do a
forehand and backhand volley,
things like that," Kimbrough
said. "And we played little
mini-games to make it sort of
fun rather than just drilling
"We will show them how
to do the drills and do a few
minutes of drills. Then we
will play games so we can
maximize what we showed
Kimbrough thinks the
age span of the participants
worked out well.
"We find that at that age (7)
they are not running around
too much and goofing off," he
said. "And the older ones, at
12 years old, are still getting
something out of it, learning
the game. We don't have
any eighth-graders or ninth-

TENNIS CAMP: Brayden Moore practices hitting the ball
under the watchful eye of Bulldog tennis player Mitchell
Petoskey as Jackson Moore waits his turn.

graders out here that are just
The skill levels might have
been more varied than the
age groups.
"There is the whole
spectrum of (skills),"
Kimbrough said. "We've got
a boy that is on Davidson's
(middle school) team. The
ones that are stronger players,
I'll put with one of my boys on
another court so they can work
on things that aren't so child-

oriented or game-oriented.
"There are three boys
that have taken off and seem
to have better skills, and we
sort of tailored things to their
style. But we've got most of
them that are kids that have
never picked up a racquet or
have played for fun with mom
and dad. They really don't
, know how to'play."
And yes, there are might
be some future Bulldogs at
the camp.

"I've got some second- and
third-graders that can hit a
ball and have surprised me,"
Kimbrough said. "I've got
some kids out here that, I can
say, are going to be tennis
players if they decide to play
"We've got some boys
that play baseball that will
probably go that route, but if
they ever decide they don't
want to play baseball, they
definitely can play tennis for
Kimbrough understands
the importance of keeping
tennis in the minds of the
"I'd actually like to do
this a couple of times during
the year, even if it's just
weekend camps to keep them
interested in the sport," he
said. "I don't just want them to
play during the summer and
have it as a vague memory
and say, 'I enjoyed it then.'
"Instead, I want them to
have something they can look
forward to every few months
with a weekend touchup
and say, 'Hey, we are going
to go here.' And they can
remember tennis is a sport
they can play any time."

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from oage Bi

Cross country could be held
right here in Okaloosa County,
as could golf and softball.
Maybe I'm oversimplifying
things, but all you need for
cross country is a wooded area
with a few hills to make the
course a bit of a challenge. As
for golf, there are a number of
courses in the Destin area that
could easily host a high school
I covered the 2004 state
semi-finals in softball, when
both Laurel Hill and Niceville,
made the trip to Tampa.
Having been to the Ed Radice
Sports Complex, I can assure
you the facilities in Niceville
are just as good and could
easily accommodate the state
In fairness to the FHSAA, I-
can't put all the blame on the
state's governing body for high
school athletics. The FHSAA
doesn't just decide to come to a
Community uninvited.
Lakeland, Orlando and
the other cities that host
annual events go through a
bidding process to bring the
state championships to their
Maybe it's time we here in
Okaloosa County join together
with surrounding counties to see
what we can do to bring some.
* championships our way.
If you ask me, it's time for
Northwest Florida to showcase
our. athletic venues to the rest of
the state.
Randy Dickson is the News
Bulletin Sports Editor Contact
S him at 682-6524, or e-mail

VOLLEYBALL from page B1

replacing Ashley Miller.
CHS Principal Ed Coleman
watched Kimbrough with the
tennis team and is excited
about what he will bring to the
volleyball program.
"He has a passion and desire
to be successful," Coleman said.
"Ben's a winner, and he's going to
bring that to the girls, too. He has
taken our tennis program since
he has been here and turned it
"We are excited about him
because he will bring some
stability to the program, and he's
here for the long haul. He wants
to see the program succeed
year after year and work toward
building a powerhouse."
Kimbrough, who has been -
involved with volleyball for years,
couldn't resist the challenge of
coaching the high school team..
"When the position opened up,
I jumped on it because I played
volleyball when I was younger,"
he said. "I played beach volleyball
from the time I was 12 years old
up through high school. I played
club volleyball for different club
teams down (in the southern part
of the state).
"I got out of it for a while
because I started getting into
tennis and started coaching
tennis, andso my focus was
on tennis. But when I saw the
- opportunity with such a great
group of girls that needed a
coach, I thought, "Why don't I get
in there and see if I can do this?'"
Kimbrough sees a talented
group of players who have been
through a revolving door of
coaches the past five or six years.
"They've got a lot of potential,"
he said. "And with me, I know I
can bring continuity to the team

ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
DAWM PRACTICE: Coach Kimbrough serves to players during volleyball practice:

because I don't plan on going
anywhere. I plan to coach them
as long as the administration lets
me coach them.
"Without the stability and
continuity of a coach that they
know will come back, they don't
have any sense of having a true
four-year team. I don't think they'
feel like they've got somebody
that cares enough to be here that
long. The coaches that have been
here have done a great job, but
they can't stick around or they
don't stick around for whatever
Kimbrough believes continuity
is important for many of the
obvious reasons, such as the
players knowing what to expect as
far as coaching philosophies and
the way practices are conducted.
He thinks the best way to develop
skill sets is to build on what the

players have learned in the past.
But he thinks it goes deeper
than developing skills.
"I think to build a great
team, you need to build a good
relationship with the players,"
he said. "I'm not talking about
being their friend, but I'm saying
being somebody they can lodk at
and respect like with some of the
other coaches like coach (Matt)
Brunson (football, and iTim)
Gillis 'baseball, that we are
here to make sure they play the
best they can play. By being here
every year ... they will respect
that more and play harder than
they ever have before.
"We are going to win because
our goal is to win and become,
better in whatever we do. And
not just for personal goals, but for
Crestview High itself. And unless
you build relationships, that's

hard to do."
Kimbrough is still getting
to know his team, so he hasn't
started working in the offensive
and defensive sets and strategies.
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gets closer.
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basic philosophy of the players
giving their maximum effort.
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set. They know what they are -
doing on the court for the most
part, and what we need to do is
just develop that and make it
even stronger.
"When I played, I was never
the best player on the court,-but
people would rely on me to play
my hardest and give 100 percent
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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

No Child without Health

Care Fair set for July 25

Special to the News Bulletin
The 3rd Masonic District PHA,
Florida, Mt Zion A.M.E. Church,
Crestview city councilmen Charles
Baugh and Timothy Grandberry,
and the North Okaloosa Ministe-
rial Association, in conjunction
with Dr. Joseph Peter of Crestview
Pediatrics and Dr. Michael Neu-
land of Allergy Partners, proudly
announce sponsorship of the No
Child Without Health Care Fair for
children from the African-Ameri-
can community and Crestview in
This will be the secondlNo Child
without Health Care Fair for this
The No Child without Health
Care Fair will be held July 25 from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Mt. Zion A.M.E.
Church, 502 McDonald St. in Crest-
view. It is anticipated that more
than 500 children and parents will
attend. Vendors and sponsors are
encouraged to participate.
Councilman Baugh continues

to stress that there 'are families
that may not have the resources
necessary to provide for routine
visits to a medical doctor. This
event will provide some much-
needed support for these children
to be screened for possible medi-
cal problems and to identify alter-
natives to improve health.
Some of the medical areas that
will be addressed are weight con-
trol, diabetes, allergies, immuni-
zations, hypertension, sickle cell
anemia and trait, dietary consid-
erations and more. The doctors
will also provide immunizations,
and school and sports physical.
All activities included at this event
will be at no cost to those attend-
ing. Funds from this event will-be
used to pay for health care cost for
children who need assistance.
For transportation information
please call 850-240-7869.
For more information, please
contact Publicity Chairperson
Fletcher Williams Jr. at 850-689-
1895 or fletcher.williams@cox.net.

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Community CORNER

Take time to honor

a stepparent

Paul Tartarilla
Special to the News Bulletin
We recently celebrated
Mother's Day and Father's
Day. It seems there is
a void between these
two celebrations that
needs to be filled. As I go
about my day in a busy
pediatric practice, it is not
unusual that the person
accompanying the child
is not the child's mother,
father, grandparent, aunt
or uncle. It is often a
different person entirely.
One that is referred to as
the "stepparent."
This is a term that in
days gone by was often
preceded in fairy tales
with adjectives like "evil"
or "mean." There still is a
group of stepparents that '
deserves that moniker
-just as there are some
biological parents who do
also. These are not the
folks I see in my office
regularly. The majority
of stepparents I see have
done just that ... stepped in
when a biological parent
has, for whatever reason,
become less available to
the child. These are the
folks who have chosen to
accept the responsibility of
meeting the needs, wants
and desires of a child that
does not bear their name.
They might not know
the details of the child's
medical history, but these
,folks amaze me with
how much they kriov'
about the child's current
situation. They speak
with the same authority,
interest and compassion
the best biological parent
does. These people might
have been up all night
with the child, tending to
fever, vomiting or tummy
ache. Or they might be
the one who met with the
teacher because problems
developed in school. This
is the person who knows
what the child is saying
when he says his "hanky"
(nose) hurts or is afraid of
Mr. Greenlegs (frogs). This
is the person who calls,
who pages me at night,
who wants to know the
side effect of a medicine or
whether she should worry
about this fever.
A'biological parent is
called mommy or daddy,
but the stepparent often
is called neither. The child
often has his mother's
eyes or his daddy's chin,
but what does he have
from the stepparent?
When the child excels at
something, a biological
parent beams and says,
"That's my boy!" If the
child wins an academic
award, little is made of
the fact that stepmom
made sure the homework
was done or the science

project was completed,
complicated concepts
were explained, and
endless spelling words
were quizzed. If Junior
hits the game-winning
home run, it is because
he got his athletic ability
from his father, forgetting
that Stepdad tossed
endless pitches to him in
batting practice until his
arm was sore, and might
have even coached his
team. If daughter grows
up drop-dead gorgeous,
credit is given to her
momma. Never mind that
Stepmom taught her how
to smile; helped her put
on just enough makeup
and dress her attractively
and not provocatively; and
stressed to her that her
beauty, while a gift, is no
substitute for character or
We do not have a day
of honor for these silent
heroes. Instead, we
sometimes act like these
folks are a necessary evil...
. oops, that label again.
On Mother's Day,
stepmoms might have
accepted a greeting or gift
from the stepchild with
grace, even though she
might have felt a bit like
the person who accepts
the Emmy for the winner
who could not attend. On
Father's Day, stepdads will
accept the tie or socks with
all the requisite glee and
"surprise." They do this
for the same reason they
do all the other things they
do. They do it for the child.
Thank you, Stepmommy
and Stepdaddy. Whatever
the child calls you and
whatever status society
gives you, be content in the
realization that you gave
your best, not because
you had to, but because
you felt it was the right
thing for the child, and that
some of us who see you
are noticing your efforts.
There might not be a big
day set aside to honor you.
But there is a big place in
the child's heart reserved
just for you.
Paul Tartarilla
is a Pediatric Nurse
Practitioner at the
Crestview Health Center,
a community-based clinic
dedicated to the care of
children and families
regardless of income.
"Community Corner"
is an option for local
businesses that would like
to provide information
about a topic of interest
in their profession.
The articles must be
informational and not
for advertising purposes.,
For details about the
"Community Corner,"
contact News Bulletin
Editor Kyle Wright at www.

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RED, WHITE & BLUE: American Realty honors July 4 every year by placing flags along the
streets in many area neighborhoods. The vehicle-decorating contest was a big hit with
agents and administrative staff. Shown here is JJ Roberts, who delivered more than 1,000
flags for agents in Crestview. The company has distributed 30,000 flags throughout
Okaloosa County and south Santa Rosa County since 1987.

Business BRIEFS

Great Emerald Coast
Open House
Looking to buy a home? Or
are you a seller wanting to check
out the competition? Then mark
your calendar for July 19, when
the Emerald Coast Association of
Realtors' (ECAR) member offices
will host the next area wide Great
Emerald Coast Open House.
The Great Emerald Coast
Open House is like speed dating
for home shoppers. Buyers and
browsers can check out as many
homes as they.wish, up close and
in person, all in the same day. Re-
altors will be on hand to answer
questions and provide additional
information on each of the homes
and neighborhoods.
"We've been telling people it's a
great time to buy real estate," said
ECAR CEO Barry Stafford. "Now
we want to show them it is."
The Great Emerald Coast Open
House is conducted the third Sun-
day of each month and features all
kinds of homes for sale condos,
townhomes and houses in vir-
tually all kinds of price ranges.
The Great Emerald Coast'
Open House assists buyers with
finding a dream home within their
budget, and sellers can compare
their own property with others to
see whether the price and condi-
tion of their home are in line with
others on the market.
To choose neighborhoods and
properties for viewing before-
hand, visit www.EmeraldCoast
OpenHouse.com, where maps,
routes, photos and information
can be accessed.
Participating homes will be
marked onsite with ECAR's sig-
nature green Open House signs..
Pre-registration is not necessary.
The event is free.

Job Fair set for today
The City of Crestview will host
the North Okaloosa Career and
Job Fair today at the Crestview
Community Center, 1446 Com-
merce Drive in Crestview. This
event will start at 10 a.m. and
run until 2 p.m. About 50 employ-
ers will be present, representing
defense contractors, aviation,

manufacturing, law enforcement,
medical and other career fields.
This job fair is free to employers
and the public. Seminars will be
offered on civil service applica-
tion, job search, resume writing,
interviewing techniques and oth-
er topics.
Employers will have access
to highly motivated military and
civilian applicants. This is an op-
portunity for companies to recruit
some of the most highly qualified,
degree and technically skilled
professionals in the Southeast.
Employers may register by
calling 850-729-5227 or 850-833-
7587, ext. 211 or 229, or e-mailing
Itipton@jobsplus02.com or jmc
This event is sponsored by the
city of Crestview in partnership
with Northwest Florida State Col-
lege, JobsPlus/Workforce Devel-
opment Board of Okaloosa and
Walton Counties and the Crest-
view Chamber of Commerce.

Marketing workshop
July 23 in Crestview
Ideaworks, a full-service mar-
keting agency based in Pensac-
ola, will hold DIY Marketing a
hands-on workshop focused on
do-it-yourself marketing strate-,
gies on July 23 from 1-4 p.m. at
the Senior Circle classroom in the
North Okaloosa Medical Center at
127 Redstone Ave, Suite A, in
During the workshop, Ide-
aw6rks founder and President
Caron Sjoberg will teach low- and
no-cost do-it-yourself marketing
strategies to increase business in
a slow economy. The workshops
are limited to 25 attendees to en-
sure that each participant receives
a. hands-on experience with take-
away information and ideas specif-
ic to his or her individual business.
According to Sjoberg, the work-
shops will benefit most every in-
dustry, including corporations,
nonprofits, education, govern-
ment, hospitality, real estate and
health care, among others.
"Past attendees have unani-
mously endorsed the workshops,"
Sjoberg said. "By implementing
just one strategy out of the many

we cover, the attendee can easily members of the various Chamber ECAR announces
recoup the cost of the workshop." Committees. They were humor- "
DIY Marketing cost is $179, in- ous and informative presentations LDP graduates
eluding take-away workbook and about the activities of these impor- The Emerald Coast Associa-
tool kit. Those interested are en- tant parts of the Chamber, tion of Realtors (ECAR) is proud
courage to register early to re- Three of the Committees decid- to announce the graduates from
serve their space. To register, visit ed to join together to create their this year's award-winning Leader-
www.ideaworksusa.com/diy or call skit on video. When you watch it ship Development Program.
850-434-9095. (on www.cvctv.info), you will see The eight-week program pre-
why it had to be done on video, pared students to take leadership
Leadership Okaloosa (It would have not been very easy roles at ECAR and in their com-
to do an F-35 bomb run inside the munities. Program participants
accepting applicants Crestview Community Center!) graduated June 19 and were pre-
Leadership Okaloosa is accept- The Airport, MAC and Govern- sented with plaques to commemo-
ing applications for the 2009-2010 ment Issues Committee's collabo- rate the event at a "Broker Break-
class. The 10-month program, rated on a script that was serious fast" at the ECAR building in Fort
presented by Northwest Florida for a few minutes (on the reasons Walton Beach.
StateCollegeLeadershipInstitute a Chamber member should join The program included classes
on behalf of the Crestview, Des- one of these committees) and on budgeting, communications,
tin, Niceville-Valparaiso and the then turned humorous when the politicalinvolvement, parliamenta-
Greater Fort Walton Beach cham- committee chairs discussed the ry procedure and negotiation. The
bers of commerce, is designed to F-35 program and finally featured students also heard from commu- ,
enhance the participant's leader- exclusive video footage of the con- nity leaders as to how they balance
ship skills and provide community struction site of the new home of family and career time in order to
awareness. the U.S. Army 7th Special Forces reach their levels of achievement. ;
The class meets one day a Cantonment about four miles west The highlight of the program
month from September to June. Duke Field. was a trip to the Florida Associa-
Participants receive classroom The video features Chamber tion of Realtors Annual Conven-
training by a certified instructor Vice-President and Airport Com- tion in Orlando, where students
and are given opportunities to mittee Chair Derek Lott, MAC heard national speakers address
interact with various key connuCom ttee Chair BetsyMiller and leadership issues. They also at-
nity leaders thought the process. Government Issues Committee tended real estate educational
A highlight of the program is the Chair Cal Zetymayr. classes and governance meetings
two-day trip to Tallahassee's for "No actual Mayors or their of the state association to under-
the Legislative Day meetings. Model As were injured in the mak- stand the large organization they
Tours of area businesses such as ing of this video." are a vital part. *
the Northwest Florida Regional The program concluded with
Airport and Eglin Air Force Base- Five Wishes program the students attending the Florida 2,
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derstanding of the community. Ad- popular living will because it is American Realtor Day in Tallahas-
ditionally, each participant takes written in everyday language and see during the legislative session, :
part in a group project to benefit helps people express their wishes where state legislators were lob-
the community while focusing on in areas that matter most -- the bied on real estate-related issues.
project management, time man- personal and spiritual in addition The graduates of this year's :
agement and team building skills,. to the medical and legal. It's also a program are: Ben Acock, Keller
Another important aspect of Lead- blueprint for describing what good Williams Realty Emerald Coast; '
ership Okaloosa is the networking care means to you, whether you CristinaCharette, 100%RealtyInc.;
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Legal # 100672
TDA Case ,#: 2009. TD
000155 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-
tifitcate number and

S a ' y ear of issuance, the
Legal # 100670 name in which the
Legal # 10070 property is assessed
and the description of
NOTICE OF APPLICA- the properties as fol-
TION FOR TAX DEED lows:perty is as
# 2 T Certificate # 115 of
TDA Case #: 2009 TD 2007 Assessed to:
Description: COMMO-
Noice is hereby given DORE POINT S/D LOT
ihai Gulf. Group Hold- 116
ings. as holder of the Parcel ID#:
lollicing certificate, 00-2S-22-0515-0000-
rh-nas iled said certificate 1160, Opening Bid:
fo:r a Tax Deed to be is- $16,140.72
..ued ihereon. The cer- All of said property be-
...... 11r' wwaie number and Ing in the County of
~~~~ ~~~,r -' : of issuance, the Okaloosa, State of Flor-
S.' raTme in which the ida
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-. 'J d e description of Unless the.certificate is
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<... +. .. -+., r. # 173.9 of,- ,<. .-: l"'' law, the property de-
; .. .. '. Ce cate # 1739 of: scribed -in the certifi-
... ssssed to: cate will be sold to the
SLE Mt BROWN hi het bidder in the
tion.. DORISBC Board Meeting
N. ,; ., ':LENt S/P LOT 6 BLK Room at the Okaloosa
'.5 '. County Courthouse,
.arcel ID#: Crestview, Florida at
S.. .'e^ ^.12-31.124-0660-0002 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
0 Opening Bid: August 7, 2009.
7-: .,, 4e ,'4.-t ''i 1562.13
", -" ^t'.All cl said property be-, Dated this 19th day of
n r, r, the County of June 2009.
,!. *C ....--; t :,V a oosa, State of Flor-
,. unless the certificate is CLERK OF THE CIR-
7., .-.. redeemed according to CUIT COURTS
NT 1 .. i ae he property de-
i"-'I crioed in the certifi- BLisa L. GuL, DepL
cale will be sold to the e ;.rk a, epy
' neest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting 06/24/09
.. R:..:rr at the Okaloosa 0701/09
C.ourly Courthouse, 07/08/09
A Cresriew, Florida at 07/15/09
All1c'- co 00 a.m. on Friday, _
August.7; 2009.
A i 1t dy Legal # 100673
:--Darer this 19th dayof
S ., ) June 2009. NOTICE OF APPLICA-
4; .-.". .. .- ',...,.'. J., ,;, CLERK OF THE CIR-
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 000156 S
I- I | "- | 06/24/09
S'07/01/09 Notice is .hereby given
S07/08/09 that Gulf Group Hold-
Ill ^I lw .' I07/15/09 ings, as holder of the
.. _______following certificate,
Shas filed said certificate
Legal # 100671 for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- tificate number and
TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the
name in which the
TDA Case #: 2009 TO property is assessed
000154 C and the 'description of
(7' mq (;:I"2P 'S. the property is -as fol-
E C T .L _' Notice is hereby given lows:
.that Gulf Group Hold- Certificate # 312 of
ings, as holder of the 2007 Assessed to:
___"_______ 0 following certificate, BURTON, JAMES A &
has filed said certificate PATRICIA
S-for a Tax Deed to be is- Description: LEGION
Babysitting in My Farm Direct .Fo Tr. sued thereon. The cer- VILLAGE T/H LOT 23
Home Any Hours Centipede, Zoysia, St. Fo Trot Tree tificate number and Parcel ID#:
Auburn- Crestview Augustine, Bermuda Service year of issuance, the 00-2S-22-1486-0000-
Call Vickie 826-0931 We deliver & install. No job to large or to name in which the 0230 Opening Bid:
Call 244-6651 small. Hurricane sea- property is assessed $6,675.22
SSuncoast Sod Farms on isherel FreINe Es- and. the description of All of said property be-
CREE ttmates. LI/IN. the 'property is as fol- ing in the County of
,__ --850*-39 8call Paul lows: Okaloosa, State of Flor-
AOhana' Lawn & Tree 85039-7677 Certificate # 1269 of ida.
Able Concrete Service. Lic. & Ins. 2007 Assessed to:' Unless the certificate is
Tear out, replacement Locally owned and op- TRACIE N CARR redeemed according to
driveways, patios. Free rated Lee IDescription: SW1/4 OF law, the property de-
Estimate. Lic/Ins 850-460-1257 or Price's Quality .SW1/4 OF NE1/4 LESS scribed in the .certifi-
850-685-6248 Michelle 7850-58-2031 Tree Service 1 ACRE SOLD cate will be sold to the
Stamed Concrete 850-398-1169 Parcel ID#: highest bidder in the
CoolStampeck ncDrivewayste Tree Removal, Tree 07-2N-24-0000-0002- BCC Board Meeting
Remove Reiveways Trimming, Stump 0070, Opening Bid: Room at the Okaloosa
Remove, R/ estplae & grinding aval.& free $8,991.69. County Courthouse,
S Repair. Lic/Ins Free e a t. I S estimates: All of said property be- Crestview, Florida at
10 5-1258% MltryDisc. ing .in the County of 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- August 7, 2009.
l $$$$ Lawsuit Advance I ida. Dated this 19th day of
S$$$$ No credit check, TREE & Unless the certificate Is June, 2009.
Money when you need STUMP redeemed according to DON W. HOWARD
2Brothers FaSlp and Fall.ccidentsf yo REMOVAL law, the propertI de- CLERK OF THE CIR-
Handyman Service don't winyou d Fall-keep the 10 in. Stump scribed ithe certifi- CUT COURTS
Were in the book! Cash' Need a Lawyer, $20.00 cate will be sold to the By: Lisa L. Gula, D.C.
902-5998/902-3282 Cash Need a Lawyer, $2000 highest bidder in the
02598/92-28 ~Doctor or Cash Today? 537-7700- BCC Board Meeting 06/24/09
Harold Gaines Call Now (813) 270- 306-5375 Room at the Okaloosa 07/01/09
Repairs, Remodeling, 9874, (877)275-8299 County Courthouse, 07/08/09
Additions, Concrete/ ext 4 or (813) 699-2157. Crestview, Florida at 07/15/09
Parking Lot Work," ____10:00, a.m. on Friday,
Carpentry and Roofing. ., .l August 7, 2009.
Lic. #RG 0005399. August 7, 2009. Legal # 100674
850-862-0383 Dated this 19th day of
Handyman 1111DatJune, 2009.NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Lasco Handyman June, 2009. TION FOR TAX DEED
Inc. Licensed and In- DON W HOWARD '
sured. Honest and CLERK OF THE CIR- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
dependable, refer- MIKE GOLLES TNT Metal CUITCOURTS 000157 S
fences. Call Terry PAINTING Buildings Notice is hereby given
902-3928 Interior, exterior, also Will match Notice is hereby given
ressew i Li c o By:Lisa L. Guia, Deputy that Gulf Group Hold-
Light Handyman censed & Insured. Free competitors Clerk ings, as holder of the
Light Handyman censed & Insured. Free u following certificate,
To do your "Honey Do" estimates. Ph. price! following certificate
List. Uc/Ins. & CHEAP 682-5347. Senior citi- (850)983-2296 2409 has filed said certificate
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sued thereon. The cer- 17-3N-24-0000-0005- Legal a 100689
tificate number and 0010 Opening Bid: Dated this 19th day of
year of issuance, the $1,479.16 June, 2009. NOTICE OF APPLICA-
name in which the All of said property be- DON W. HOWARD TION FOR TAX DEED
property is assessed ing in the County of CLERK OF THE CIR-
and the description of Okaloosa, State of Flor- CUIT COURTS TDA Case #: 2009 TD
the property is as fol- ida. t By: Lisa L.'Guia, D.C. '000140 C
lows: Unless the certificate is 06/24/09
Certificate # 114 of redeemed according to 07/01/09 Notice is hereby given
2007 Assessed to: law, the property de- 07/08/09 that Gulf Group Hold-
JKP WAVELAND INC scribed in the certifi- 07/15/09 ings, as holder of the
Description: COMMO- cate will be sold to the following certificate,
DORE POINT S/D LOT highest bidder in the has filed said certificate
38 BCC Board Meeting for a Tax Deed to be is-
Parcel ID#: Room at the Okaloosa sued thereon. The cer-
00-2S-22-0515-0000- County Courthouse, tificate number and
0380 Opening Bid: Crestview, Florida at Legal #100688 year of issuance, the
$16,107.00 10:00 a.m. on Friday, name in which the
All of said property be- August 7, 2009. property is assessed
ing in the County of NOTICE OF APPLICA- and the description of
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Dated this 19th day of TION FOR TAX DEED the property is as fol-
ida. June, 2009.. lows:
DON W. HOWARD TDA Case #: 2009 TD Certificate # 2966 of
Unless the certificate is CLERK OF THE CIR- 000139 S 2007 Assessed to:
redeemed according to CUIT COURTS ALLEN WAYNE ROBIN-
law, the property de- By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. Notice is hereby given SON
scribed in the certifi- 06/24/09 that Gulf Group Hold- Description: PARCEL 7
cate will be sold .to the 07/01/09 ings, as holder of the RIVER ROAD PROJ-
highest bidder in the 07/08/09 following certificate, ECT PH II: COM SE
BCC Board Meeting 07/15/09 has filed said certificate COR OF NE1/4 N50 FT
Room at the Okaloosa for a Tax Deed to be is- W2344.17 FT TO POB
County Courthouse, sued thereon. The cer- W350 FT N381.64 FT
Crestview, Florida at Legal # 100677. tificate number and N43 DEG E ALG CUR
10:00 a.m. on Friday, \ year of issuance,-the 371:12 FT N36 DEG E
August 7, 2009. NOTICE OF APPLICA- name -in which the ALG CURV 158.61 FT
TION FOR TAX DEED property is assessed S786.2 FT TO 'POB
Dated this 19th day of and the description of LESS COM AT SE COR
June,. 2009. TDA Case #: 2009 TD the property is as fol- THEREOF N247.21 FT
000161 S lows: TO POB W175.05 FT
DON W. HOWARD Certificate # 1991 of N210.91 FT TO SLY
CLERK OF THE CIR-,Notice is hereby given 2007 Assessed to: EDGE COTTON
Sings, as holder of the M & PATRICIA EDGE TO A PT N OF
By:Lisa L. Guia, Deputy following certificate, Description: BEG- 1840 POB THC S497.42 FT
Clerk has filed said certificate FT E & 300 FT S OF TO POB
-for a Tax Deed to be is- NW COR OF SE1/4 Parcel ID#:
06/24/09 sued thereon. The cer- S75 FT W115 FT N75 27-4N-24-0000-0004-
07/01/09 tificate number and FT E115 TO BEG 004C Opening Bid:
07/08/09 year of issuance, the 938/961 $1,939.18
07/15/09 name in which the Parcel ID#: All of said property be-
property is assessed 15-2S-25-0000-0011- ing in the County of
Legal # 100675 arid the description of 0020 Opening Bid: Okaloosa, State.of Flor-
the property is as fol- $2,039.80 ida.
NOTICE OF APPLICA- lows:- All of said property be- Unless the certificate is
NTIONCFORFTAXDEED Certificate # 1479 of ing in the County of redeemed according to
TION FOR TAX DEED 2007 Assessed to: Okaloosa, State of Flobr- law, the property de-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD MODESTY MICHELE ida. scribed in the certifi-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD KENT Unless the certificate is cate will be sold to the
000158 C Description:. SYLVANIA redeemed according to highest bidder in the
SNotice is hereby give n HTS S/D LOT 6 BLK 3 law, the property de- BCC Board Meeting
Notice is hereb givHold 853/452 scribed in the certifi- Room at the Okaloosa
that Gulf Groupo Parcel ID#: cate will be sold to the County Courthouse,
followings, as holder of the 09-2S-24-244A-0003- highest bidder in the Crestview, Florida at
following d certificate, 0060 Opening. Bid: BCC Board Meeting 10:00 a.m. on Friday,
fho a Tax Deed to be is- $1,636.78 Room at the Okaloosa August 7, 2009.
suedthereon. The cer- All of said property be- County Courthouse,
tificas ued thereon. The cer-ng in the County of Crestview, Florida at Dated this 19th.day of
year of issuance the Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June, 2009.
year of issuance, the ida. August 7,2009. DON W. HOWARD
name in. whichassessed Unless the certificate is CLERK OF THE CIR-
propand th e description sedf redeemed according to Dated this 19th day of CUIT COURTS
the property is as foi-o law, the property de- June, 2009. By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C.
lows: scribed in the certifi- DON W. HOWARD 06/24/b9
Certificate # 3287 of cate will be soldto the CLERK OF THE CIR- 07/01/09
Cr2007 s..es to: hi hest bidder in the CUITCOURTS 07/0809
2007 Assessed to: C Board Meeting By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 07/15/09
Description: BEG NW Room at the Okaloosa 06/24/09 ,
DescOR pton SWBEG4 OF County Courthouse, 07/01/09
COR OF SW1/4 S F Crestview, Florida at 07/08/09
FT W 80 FT N7 26 FT 10:00 am. n Friday, 07/15/09
TO POB August 7, 2009.
Parcel D#: 34-4N-24-0000-0005- Dated this 19th day of
34-4001A Opening N-24-0000-000Bid: June, 2009.
001 Opening BiDON W. HOWARD
All of said property be- CLERK OF THE C- CITY OFLAURELHILL
ing in the County of CULT COURTSa,-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- By:L aL. Guia, D.C. NOTICE
ida. 07/2401/09
Unless the certificate is 07/01/09
redeemed according to. 07/08 /09
law, the property de- 07/15/09 CONSIDERATION OF
scribed. in the certifi- EVALUATION AND
cate will be sold to the Legal # 100687 E U IO
highest bidder in the "D AI'D
Room at the Okaloosa TION FOR TAX DEED
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at TDA Case #: 2009 TD The City Council of the City of Laurel Hill, sitting as the Local
10:00 a.m. on. Friday, 000150 C Planning Agency, will hold a public hearing on July 23, 2009, at
August 7, 2009. Notice is hereby given 5:30 p.m. at City Hall, 8209 HWY 85 N, Laurel Hill, Florida, to
Dated this 19th day of that Gulf Group Hold- consider the following ordinance:
June, 2009. ings, as holder of the
DON W. HOWARD following certificate,n 3
CLERK OF THE CIR has filed said certificate Ordinance 307
CU T COURTS for a Tax Deed to be is-
By: Lisa L. Gua, D.C. sued thereon. The cer- AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF
07/01/09 tificate number and
07/01/09 year of issuance, the LAUREL HILL FLORIDAADOPTING
07/08/09 name in which the THE EVALUATION & APPRAISAL
07/15/09 property is assessed. REPORT: INTO 2013; AND SETTING AN
and the description of
Legal # 100676 the property is as fol- EFFECTIVE DATE.
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Certificate # 2949 of All interested parties are invited to appear at this hearing and be
TION FOR TAX DEED 2007 Assessed to:
KATHY S & IRA C heard regarding the above ordinance. Copies of the proposed
TDA Case #: 2009 TD SHEETS ordinance, the report, and related documents may be viewed
000160 C Description: COM NE
CR W000160 C 4 OF SE1/4 during business hours at the Office of the City Clerk, 8209 HWY
Notice is hereby given S942 FT W788 FT TO 85 N, Laurel Hill. For additional information contactHarold Jones,
that Gulf Group Hold- POB W250 FT N410FT City Clerk, (850) 652-4441 (dhderk@fairpoint.net).
wings, as holder of the E250 FT S410 FT TO
following certificate, POB AS OR
has filed said certificate Parcel ID#: Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the
for a Tax Deed to be is- 27-4N-22-0000-0003- City Council, with respect to any considered at this
sued thereon. The cer- 024R Opening Bid:ith respect to any matter considered at this
tificate number and $18,302.33 meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and forsuch
year of issuance, the All of said property be- purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
name in which the ing in the' County of
property is assessed Okaloosa, State ofFlor- proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony
and the description of ida. and evidence upon which the appeal Is to be made.
the property is as fol- Unless the certificate is
lows: redeemed according to
Certificate # 2357 of law, the property de- The City adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act
2007 Assessed to: scribed in the certifi- and will make reasonable modifications for access to this
JWM OF BAKER INC / cate will be sold to the p P e )
JTA OF HOPE HULL highest bidder in the meeting upon request Please call the City Clerk at (850)
LLC BCC Board Meeting 652-4441tomake a requestForHearing lmpaireddial l-800-
Description: NE1/4 OF Room at the Okaloosa 955-877T1 (TDD) or 1-.800-955.8770 (VOICE). Requests must
NW1/4 E OF HWY County Courthouse,
LESS PARTS SOLD Crestview, Florida at be received at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting to
926/494 10:00 a.m. on Friday, allow the City time to provide the requested service.
Parcel ID#: August 7, 2009,.



















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Legal # 100692 TDO Case a 2'09 TD ouii'.'., r ,-.e i.-" ;r,,'ei-ner, oreri,- a COUNTY, FLORIDA LAST Kr..,wr. A.dfJ'oz ALL CLAIMS NOT
000145S Notice is hereby given Notice is hereby given :-.'.: ,.:i :en.I-.:are default will be entered CURRENT ADDRESS FILED WITHIN THE
NOTICE OF APPLICA- that Gulf Group Hold- that Gulf Group Hold- for a Tax Deed to be is- against you for the re- has been filed against UNKNOWN TIME PERIODS SET
TION FOR TAX DEED Notice is hereby given ings, as holder of the ings, as holder of the sued thereon. The cer- lief demanded in the you and you are re- FORTH IN SECTION
that Gulf Group Hold- following certificate, following certificate, tificate number and complaint. quired to serve a copy YOU ARE NOTIFIED 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Ings, as holder of the has filed said. certificate has filed said certificate year of issuance, the of your written de- that an action to fore- IDA PROBATE CODE
000143 C following certificate, for a Tax Deed to be is- for a Tax Deed to be is- name in which the WITNESS my hand and fenses, if any, on or close a mortgage on WILL BE FOREVER
has filed said certificate sued thereon. The cer- sued thereon. The cer- property is assessed the seal of this Court before August 13, the following property BARRED.
Notice is hereby given for a Tax Deed to be is- tificate number and tificate number and and the description of this 26 day of June, 2009, on Florida De- in Okaloosa County,
that Gulf Group Hold- sued thereon. The cer- year of issuance, the year of issuance, the the property is as fol- 2009. fault Law Group, P.L., Florida: NOTWITHSTANDING
in s, as holder of the tificate number and name in which the name in which the lows: Plaintiff's attorney, THE TIME PERIODS
following certificate, year of issuance, the property is assessed property is assessed Certificate # 3395 of Don W. Howard whose address is 9119 LOTS 3 AND 4, SET FORTH ABOVE,
has filed said certificate name in which the and the description of and the description of 2007 Assessed to: As Clerkof the Court Corporate Lake Drive, BLOCK 17, BAYVIEW ANY CLAIM FILED
for a Tax Deed to be is- property is assessed the property is as fol- the property is as fol- ISLAND RIVER REALTY By: Beth McDonald Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- SUBDIVISION, AC- TWO (2) YEARS OR
sued thereon. The cer- and the description of lows: lows: LLC As Deputy Clerk ida 33634, and file the CORDING TO MAP MORE AFTER THE
tificate number and the property is as- fol- Certificate # 836 of Certificate # 1182 of Description: COM NW original with this Court OR PLAT THEREOF DECEDENT'S DATE OF
year of issuance, the lows: 2007 Assessed to: 2007 Assessed to: COR 4884 FT TO POB A copy of this Notice of either before service on AS RECORDED IN DEATH IS BARRED.
name in which the Certificate # 1488 of SANDRAL WHITE LEONARD L RICH S258 FT E660 FT N258 Action, Complaint and Plaintiff's attorney or PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
property is assessed 2007 Assessed to: Description: GARNI- Descriptioh: COM SW FT W660 FT TO POB Lis Pendens were sent immediately thereafter; 26 OF THE PUBLIC The date of first publi-
and the description of HELEN NETTLES ERS BCH 7TH ADDI- COR OF SE1/4 N80 FT Parcel ID#: to the defendants and otherwise a default will RECORDS OF cation of this notice is
the property is as fol- Description: SYLVANIA TION BLK C LOT 25 TO POB N539 FT TO 36-3N-25-0000-0007- address named above, be entered against you OKALOOSA COUNTY, July 11, 2009.
lows: HTS S/D LOT 8 BLK 8 Parcel ID#: CREEK NELY ALG 015A Opening Bid: for the relief demanded FLORIDA.
Certificate # 2636 of LESS THE N43.5 FT 02-2S-24-1007-000C-0250 CREEK 400 S728 FT $1,219.08 In accordance with the in the Complaint or pe- Attorney for Personal
2007- Assessed to: THEREOF A/K/A BEG Opening Bid: W350 FT TO POB All of said property be- American with Disabili- tition. And which postal ad- Representative:
MRS WILL & ASHLEY 50 FT N OF NE COR $24,907.81 Parcel ID#: ing in the County of ties Act, persons need- dress is: 903 Tracy 0 Strom
MCCRANEY LOT 9 BLK 5 N 106.5 All of said property be- 06-2N-24-0000-0007- Okaloosa, State of Flor- ing a reasonable ac- This notice shall be Beachview Drive, N.E., Attorney for Frances E,
Description: MORRIS FT E75 FT TO POB ing in the County of 0020 Opening Bid: ida. commodation to partic- published once each Fort Walton Beach, FI Giles
ADDITION TO CREST- Parcel ID#: Okaloosa, State of Flor- $1,554.91 Unless the certificate is ipate in this proceeding week for two consecu- 32547 Florida Bar.. # 0907420
VIEW LOTS 15 TO 19 09-2S-24-244A-0008- ida. All of said property be- redeemed according to should, no later than tive weeks in the Crest- 204 Buck Drive NE
INC BLK 6 0080 Opening Bid: Unless the certificate is ing in the County of law, the property de- seven (7) days prior, view News Bulletin. has been filed against Fort Walton Beach,
Parcel ID#: $1,857.25 redeemed according to Okaloosa, State of Flor- scribed in the certifi- contact the Clerk of the you and you are re- Florida 32548
21-3N-23-1670-0006- All of said property be- law, the property de- ida. cate will be sold to the Court's disability coor- WITNESS my hand and quired to serve a copy T e I e p h o n e
0150 Opening Bid: ing in the County of scribed in the certifi- Unless the certificate is highest bidder in the dinator at the seal of this .Court of your written de- 850-243-5451
$6,147.58 Okaloosa, State of Flor- cate will be sold to the redeemed according to BCC Board Meeting 8506517491250 N on this 29 day of-June, fenses, if any, to it on Fax: 850-244-9554
All of said property be- ida. highest bidder in the law, the property de- Room at the Okaloosa EGLIN PKWY SUITE 2009. Mark J. Home, the
ing in the County of Unless the certificate is BCC Board Meeting scribed in the certifi- County Courthouse, A114, SHALIMAR FL Plaintiff's attorney Personal Representa-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- redeemed according to Room at the Okalobsa cate will be sold to the Crestview, Florida at 32579. If hearing im- Don-W. Howard whose address is 720 tive
ida. law, the property de- County Courthouse, highest bidder in the 10:00 a.m. on Friday, paired, contact (TDD) Clerk of the Court Blackstone .Building, Frances E. Giles
Unless the certificate is scribed in the certffi- Crestview, Florida. at BCC Board Meeting August 7, 2009. 8009558771 via Florida Jacksonville, Florida, 7 Planters Wood Court
redeemed according to cate will be sold to the 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Room at the Okaloosa Relay System. By: AuntiaCantrall 32202, on or before Au- Hilton.Head Island, SC
law, the property de- highest bidder in the August 7, 2009. County Courthouse, Dated this 19th day of As Deputy Clerk gust 13, 2009, of the 29928
scribed in the certifi- BCC Board Meeting Crestview, Florida at June, 2009. This is an attempt to Invoice to & Copy to: Notice of Action, and
cate will be sold to the Room at the Okaloosa Dated this 19th day of 10:00 a.m. on Friday, collect a debt.. Any in- Florida Default Law file the original with 07/15/09
highest bidder in the County Courthouse, June, 2009. August 7, 2009. DON W. HOWARD formation obtained Group, PL. the Clerk of this Court 07/22/09
BCC Board Meeting Crestview, Florida at CLERK OF THE CIR- will be used for that RO. Box 25018 either before service on
Room at the Okaloosa 10:00 a.m: on Friday, DON W. HOWARD Dated this 19th day of CUlT COURTS purpose. Tampa, Florida the Pliantiff's attorney
County Courthouse, August 7, 2009. CLERK OF THE CIR- June, 2009. By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 33622-5018 or immediately thereaf- Legal # 100720
Crestview, Florida at CUlT COURTS DON W. HOWARD 06/24/09 07/08/09 NMNC-SPECFNMA-R-k ter; otherwise a de-
10:00 a.m. on Friday, Dated this 19th day of By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. CLERK OF THE CIR- 07/01/09 07/15/09 hartmaier-F09061946 fault will be entered PUBLIC NOTICE OF
August 7, 2009. June, 2009. CUlT COURTS 07/08/09 **See Americans with against you for the re- RECEIPT OF APPLI-
DON W. HOWARD 06/24/9 By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 07/15/09 Disabilities Act ; lief dernanded in the CATION
Dated this 19th day of CLERK OF THE CIR- 07/01/09 06/24/09 Legal # 100708 IMPORTANT Complaint or petition.
June, 2009. CUlT COURTS 07/08/09 07/01/09 The Department of En-
DON W. HOWARD By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 07/15/09 07/08/09 Legal # 100707 IN THE CIRCUIT In accordance with DATED on June 29, vironmental Protection
CLERK OF THE CIR- 06/24/09 07/15/09 COURT OF THE the Americans with Dis- 2009. announces receipt of a
CUIT COURTS 07/01/09 IN THE CIRCUIT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- abilities Act, persons permit application to
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 07/08/09 Legal # 100697 COURT OF THE CUIT with disabilities need- DON W. HOWARD substantially modify
06/24/09 07/15/09 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- IN AND FOR ing special accommo- CLERK OF THE and operate a Con-
07/01/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- Legal # 100698 CUIT OFPFLORIDA IN OKALOOSA COUNTY, dation to participate in COURT .struction and Demoli-
07/04/09 TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICA AND FOR OKALOOSA FLORIDA this proceeding should BY: Aunita Cantrall tion Debris Disposal
07/15/09 Legal # 100695 TICE OF APPLICA- COUNTY CASE NO. CIVIL ACTION contact Court Adminis- AS DEPUTY CLERK Facility from WRH
TDA Case #: 2009 TD TION FOR TAX DEED 2009 CA 002584 S traction at 101 James Crestview, LLC, P.O.
NOTICE OF APPLCA- 000149 'WELLS FARGO BANK, Lee Boulevard East, 07/08/09 Box 168, Freeport, Flor-
Legal # 100693 TION FOR TAX DEED TDA Case # : 2009 TD U.S. BANK, NATIONAL NA SUCCESSOR BY Crestview, FL, 07/11/09 ida 32439. The facility
NOTICE OFAPPLICA- Notice is hereby given 000151 C ASSOCIATION, AS MERGER TO WELLS 32536-3515; telephone known as WRH Crest-
INT FR TAX D TDA Case #: 2009 TD that Gulf Group Hold- Notice is hereby TRUSTEE FOR MASTR FARGO HOME MORT- number (80) Leal#100710 view C&D Debris Dis
TDA Case #: 2009 TD following certificate, ings, as holder of the CASENO.: feeding or Shalimar IN THE CIRCUIT a
CNotice is hereby given has filed said fcertificare t e. ...0 C. 0cn o ir COURTFORh078142-007-SO;BFacil-

Note S hb gien n gah oere of The se- proTerty o e s has field said certificate vACTIO NE LAND TRUST A:eri s OKALOOSA COUNTY, ity dentificatipNloosa
Notice is hereby given in'gs as" h ler aofthe, sued thereon. The cer- fr ia Tax Deedd to be is- vIMPORTANTs e .FLORIDA PROBATE' 110) eis locat
that Gulf Group Hold- following certificate, tificate number and h nThece HAL S. MULLINS, et al. miles east of Okaloosa
red oTfhe the r c eod sad e d nd the eo fods TWhua HeSthdeenL TIMOTHY LEWIS, AS DIVISION FILE NO. County Correctional
ings, as holder of the has filed said certificate year of issuance, the sue e. The cD09P728eon
following certificate, for a Tax Deed to be is- name in which' the fer 'um an d Deen t TRUSTEE OF THE In accordance with -C" Fa ility on Little Silver
haa filed said certificate sued thereon. The cer- property is assessed year of issuance, the NOTICE OF ACTION PAYNE LAND TRUST the Americans with Dis- .Road, Okaloosa
for a Tax' Deed to be is- tificate number -and and the description of namei. wic the atal, abilities Act, personsaIN RE: ESTATE Q AL Road, oka s
sued thereon. The cer- year of issuance, the the property is as fol- propery e issionsesdTO: HAL S. MULLINS Defendant(s). with disabilities need- VhN C.RaBYliuty, Flor'id
tificate number and name in which the lows: and the decr"to of Whose residence is: ing special accommo- Deceased This application is be-
year of issuance, the property is assessed Certificate # 2045 of theproperty is as fol- 4794 OCEAN BLVD., NOTICE OF ACTION nation to participate in NOTICE TO CREDI- ing processed and is
name in which the and the description of 2007. Assessed to: lows:, ,tipu l a148 i DESTIN, FL 32541 & 37 this proceeding should Oavailable for public in-
property is assessed the property is as fol- KENNETH L CAMP- 2007 Assesed14 to CONCH CAY, DESTINF 7 TO: t oBEN- atso Ad n sectionn during normal
and the description Oflows:,BELLFssesseo THE UNKNOWN BEN- tration at 1250 N. Eglin 8a.mb.usiness t hours,
the property is as fol- Certificate # 2004 of Description: BEG 510 CLAYTON S. FL32541 EFICIARIES OF THE Parkway, Shalimar, FL, The administration of 8:00a.m. to 5:00pm
property is as fol-2007 Assessed to: FT S & 760 FT W OF MONTAYNE EST If alive, and deadall PAYNE LAND TRUST 32579telephone um- the estate of Alvin C. Monday throughFri-
Certificate # 1012, of JAMES E EASON NE COR OF SE1/4 OF D esripton P If parties claimingnd in in-dS 3 9 t e wn ole etante of oali C
2007 Assessed to: Description: BEG 1495 SE1/4 WlO0 FT S1138 PLACE S/D--75 FT LY tiest clamigh ni LAST KNOWN AD- b e proceedin hose date of death day except legal
G NOMAF ter HL S.RESS: KNOKNOWND 0 /pior to t08 e proceeding. e 2 holidays,a t the follow-
CHARLES EARNEST FT E & 150 FT S OF FT SE ALG RR105 NG NT OLOT.. der or against HAL S. DRESS: inUNKNOWNg07/08/09g owasioJanuaryn26,09nu onI : Depart-
MATTHEWS NW COR OF SE S75 N1170 TO BEG SECS BLKC ID# MULLINS and ll par- ADR 07/15/09is pending for OkaloosaCircuit meant of Environmental
Description: RES/D FT W115 FT N75 FT 15 & 22 LOT 8 BLK Parcel ID# ties having or CURRENKNOWN A1S09: Court foridOkaloosa Protection, 160 Gov-
LOTS 1 & 3 BLK 16 El15 FT TO BEG 50PP .2ND ADD u..C to have any right ite UNKNOWN County, Floridavis Prothe a- ernmental Center,
OAKDALE MIN FARMS 814/945 876/748 R Opening or interest in the prop- Legal 100709 bate Division, the ad m ensacoa,
LOTS 19 & 20 BLK 1 Parcel ID#: Parcel D $1,638.19D-" B erty described herein ANY AND ALL UN-.I dress of which is .01 Room 308,'Pentsa
Parcel ID#:&2BL1 5-2S-25-0000-0107- 15-3N-23-0000-0073 Al of said property be- e KNOWN PARTIES IN THE CIRCUIT James Lee Blvd. East For. Abnycti ns hcoments

-0190 Opening Bid: $17,811.57 $20,130.17 ida than an action for Fore THROUGH, UNDER JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN The names and ad
$16,386.24 All of said property be- All of said property be- Unless the certificate is closure of Mortgage on AND AGAINST THE AND FOR OKALOOSA dresses of the personal .e art ent at
All of said~property be- ing in the County of ing in the County of redeemed d the following described HEREIN NAMED INDI- COUNTY, FLORIDA representative and the rnmental Cenr,
All of saidpropertyb i redeemed according to VIDUAL DEFEND- CASE NO.: Ppo r s o n a I
of Okaloosa, State of Flor- Okaloosa, State of Flor- .law, 0 eproperty:VO. e r 0 n a 32502-5794 -
ing insa, Stath e County of r-daloos atelo alo the property de- propertyANT(S) WHO ARE 08-CA-4844 DIVISION: representative's attor-
aloosa. Unless thecertificate is Ules the certificate is scribed in the certifi- LOT 81, DESTINY BY NOT KNOWN TOBE OMPASSBANK ney are set forth below. 07/15/09
Unless the certificate is redeemed according to redeemed according tocae will be sold to the THE SEA, APLANED DEADAll creditors of the de-OMPASS BANK
redeemed according to law, the property de- law, the property de-highest bidder in the UNIT DEVELOPMENT, WHETHER SAID UN- Plaintiff, All creditors of the~de-
redeemed according to law, the property de- law, the property de- BCC Board Meeting UNIT DEVELOPMEN KNOWN PARTIES cedent and other per- Legal # 100721
law, the property de- scribed in the certifi- scribed in the certifi- BCC Board Meeting ACCORDING"TO THE KNOWN PARTIES cadent and other pet- Legal # 100721
lawscribed in the certifi cae ill sold to the i scae will be sold to the Room at the Okaloosa PLAT THEREOF, AS MAY CLAIM AN IN- vs. sons having claims or
scriewill be sold to the highest bidder in the highest bidder in the County Courthouse, EOR ED FAT TEREST AS-SPOUSE, demands against IN THE CIRCUIT
cate will be sold to the highest bidder inhe highest bidder in he Crestview, Florida at RECORDED IN PAGE 21 HEIRS, DEVISEES, TERRANCE ROLAND decedent's estate on COURT OF THE
highest bidder in the BCC Board Meetng BCC Board Meeting 10:00 a.m. onFri BOOK16AND 22, OF AT PAUB- GRANTEES, OR REEVESa/k/a. whom a copy of this FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Room at the Okaloosa County Courthouse, County Courthouse, August 7, 2009. LIC RECORDS OF OTHER CLAIMANTS ROLAND REEVES MD notice is required to be CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
County Corthouse, Crestview, Florida at Crestview, Florida at OKALOOSA COUNTY and ALTHEAELAINE served must file their AND FOR OKALOOSA
Crestview, Florida at10:00 a.m. on Friday, 10:00 'a.m.on Friday, Dated this 19th day of OKALOOSA CONTYLAST KNOWN AD- REEVES a/k/a ALTHEA claims with this court COUNTY CASE NO:
.CrestviewFo Frida t 7Au gust on Friday, A 7, 2009. June, 2009. FLORIDA DRESS: ,UNKNOWN E. REEVES, WITHIN THE LATER 08-CA-1422 -
10:00 a.m. on Friday, August 7,2009. August 7,2009. DON W. HOWARD Defendants. OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
August7,2009. Dated this 19th day of Dated this 19th day of CLERK OF THE CIR- a/k/a 4STOCEAN CURRENTADDRESS: THETIME OF THE SUNTRUSTBANK,
Dated this 19th day of June, 2009. June, 2009. By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 32541 UNKNONOTIC OF ACTION OF THIS NOTICE OR ,
J n2 DOCLERK OF THE CIR- DON W. HOWARD 06/24/09 has been filed against 30YU ARE NOTI- TO: TRRANCE R- DATE OF SERVICE OF .
CLERK OF THE CIR- By:Lisa L. Guia, D.C. CUlT COURTS 07/08/09 qu red to s erve a copy FLED that an action to LAND REEVES a/k/a A COPY OF THIS NO- MICHAEL BRADDY et
CUlT COURTS 06/24/09 By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 07/15/09 of your written de- foreclose, a mortgage ROLAND REEVES MD TICE ON THEM. al.
y '07/01/09 06/24/9 senses, iff any, toit on on the following prop- 1111 Santa Rosa Blvd., Defendants.
By:Lisa L. Guia, D.C. 07/08/09 07/01/09 f Nwabufo Umunna, At- erty in OKALOOSA #109 All other creditors of
06/24/09 07/15/09 070809 Legal #100699 trne for Plaintff County, Florida: Ft. Walton Beach,, FL the decedent and other NOTICE OF FORE-
07/01/09 07/15/09 whose address is 2901 32548 persons having claims CLOSURE SALE
07/08/09 NOTICE OF APPLICA- Stirling Road, Suite LOT 21, BLOCK 2, Last Known Adress or demands against
07/24/09 Legal #100696 TION FOR TAX DEED 300 Fort Lauderdale CASA LOMA FIRST CURRENT ADDRESS decedent's estate must NOTICE IS HEREBY
07/24/09 ___ Lega Legal # 100697 Florida 3312 either on ADDITION, ACCORD- UNKNOWN file their claims with this GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
NOTICE OFAPPLICA- TDA Case #: 2009 TD or before August 10 ING TO THE PLAT court WITHIN 3 nal Judgment dated
Legal # 100694 TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE OFTAPPLICA- 0001 a22 C 2009, and file the origi THEREOF, ,RE- ALTHEA ELAINE MONTHS AFTER THE June 30,2009 and en-
TION FOR TAX DEED nal with the Clerk of CORDED IN PLAT REEVES a/k/a ALTHEA DATE OF THE FIRST tered in Case No:
NOTICE OF APPLICA- TDA Case #: 2009 TD Notice is hereby given this Court either before BOOK 3, PAGE 33, OF E. REEVES PUBLICATION OF 08-CA-1422, of the Cir-
TION. FOR TAX DEED 000148 S TDA Case #: 2009 TD that Gulf Group Hold- service on Plaintiff's at- THE PUBLIC REC- 424 E. Ave. THIS NOTICE. cult Court of the First
000162 C ings, as holder of the torney or immediately ORDS OF OKALOOSA Coronado, CA92118 Judicial Circuit in and


B8 | Crestview News Bulletin Classifieds Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Ior OKALOOZA :r..s proceed.ng should KEVIN J MUSGROVE DEAD OR ALIVE, LEGAL#120257 has ieid ~ad. cen;.:caie property is assessed CREST'EEWV FL 'ornry lor Plaria.1
County, Florida, contact Court Adminis- LAST KNOWN AD- WHETHER SAID UN- for a Tax Deed to be is- and the description of 32536 whose address is 2901
wherein SUNTRUST tration at 1250 N. Eglin DRESS:274 Ketch KNOWN PARTIES NOTICE OF APPLICA- sued thereon. The cer- the property is as fol- Stirling Road, Suite
BANK, is a Plaintiff and Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Court MAY CLAIM AN IN- TION FOR TAX DEED tificate number and lows: CURRENT ADDRESS: 300, Fort Lauderdale,
MICHAEL BRADDY; 32579; telephone num- Destin, FI 32541 TEREST AS SPOUSE, year of issuance, the Certificate # 1480 of UNKNOWN Florida 33312 on or be-
SHARON BRADDY ber (850) 651-7497, HEIRS, DEVISEES, TDA Case #: 2009 TD name in which the 2007 Assessed to: fore August 15, 2009.
A.K.A SHARON R. prior to the proceeding. CURRENT ADDRESS: GRANTEES, OR 000163 S property is assessed MARSBY &ESSIE WANDAR WILUAMS and file the original with
BRADDY are the De- 07/15/09 274 Ketch Court OTHER CLAIMANTS and the description of TRIBUE, JR LAST KNOWN AD- the Clerk of this Court
fendants. I will sell to 07/22/09 Destin, FI 32541 Notice .is hereby given the property is as fol- Description: SYLANIA DRESS: 125 PHIL- either before service on
the highest and best LAST KNOWN AD- that Gulf Group Hold- lows: HTS S/D LOT 7 BLK 3 LIPS DRIVE Plaintiff's attorney or
bidder for cash at ANY AND ALL UN- DRESS: UNKNOWN ints, as holder of the Certificate # 1230 of Parcel ID#: CRESTVIEW, FL immediately thereafter;
Okaloosa County Legal # 100749 KNOWN PARTIES following certificate, 2007 Assessed to: 09-2S-24-244A-0003- 32536 otherwise a default will
Courthouse front door, CLAIMING BY, CURRENT ADDRESS: has filed said certificate WILLIAM R MCKELVY 07 Opening Bid: be entered against you
101 E. James Lee IN THE CIRCUIT THROUGH, UNDER, UNKNOWN for a Tax Deed to be is- Description: MORRIS $1,881.40 CURRENT ADDRESS: for the relief demanded
Blvd., Crestview, FI at COURT OF THE AND AGAINST THE sued thereon. The cer- ADD BAKER LOTS 1 All of said property be-, UNKNOWN in the complaint.
11:00 AM on July 31 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- HEREIN NAMED INDI- tificate number and 7 & S1/2 LOT 8 & ALL ing in the County of WITNESS my hand and
2009, the following de- CUIlT VIDUAL DEFEND- YOU ARE NOTIFIED year of issuance, the LOT 13 & PART VA- Okaloosa, State of Flor- ANY AND ALL UN- the seal of this Court
scribed property as set IN AND FOR ANT(S) WHO ARE that an action to fore- name in which the CATED ALLEYS & Ida. KNOWN PARTIES this 1 day of July, 2009.
forth in said Final Judg- OKALOOSA COUNTY, NOT KNOWN TO BE close a mortgage on property is- assessed PART N20 FT OF LEE Unless the certificate is, CLAIMING BY,
ment, to wit: FLORIDA DEAD OR ALIVE, the following property and the description of AVE redeemed according to THROUGH, UNDER, Don W. Howard
CIVIL ACTION WHETHER SAID UN- in OKALOOSA County, the property is as fol- Parcel ID#: law, the property de- AND AGAINST THE As Clerk of the Court
LOT 44, BLOCK C, KNOWN PARTIES Florida: lows: 06-3N-24-1660-0003-00 scribed in the certifi- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
AMENDED PLAT OF HSBC BANK USA, NA- MAY CLAIM AN IN- Certificate # 2622 of 10 Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the VIDUAL DEFEND- By: Beth McDonald
EMERALD POINTE TIONAL ASSOCIA- TEREST AS SPOUSE, UNIT NO. 3 OF THE 2007 Assessed to: $1,974.33 highest bidder in the ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT As Deputy Clerk
TO THE PLAT (THE TRUSTEE) OF GRANTEES, OR MINIUM, ACCORDING ASSON ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa OR ALIVE, WHETHER In accordance with the
THEREOF RECORDED J.P. MORGAN ALTER- OTHER CLAIMANTS TO THE DECLARA- Description: PARISH Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, SAID UNKNOWN PAR- AMericans with Disabili-
IN PLAT BOOK 11, NATIVE LOAN TRUST TION OF CONDO- POINT LOT 46 ida. Crestview, Florida at TIES MAY CLAIM AN ties Act, persons need-
PAGE 68, PUBLIC 2006-A7 (THE TRUST), LAST KNOWN AD- MINIUM RECORDED Parcel ID#: Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.mrn on Friday, INTEREST AS ing a reasonable ac-
RECORDS OF Plaintiff, DRESS: UNKNOWN, IN O.R. .BOOK 2337, 21-2S-25-0000-0002-04 redeemed according to. August 7, 2009. SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- commodation to partic-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, CASE NO.: PAGE 888, AND ALL 60 Opening Bid: law, the property de- VISEES, GRANTEES, ipate in this proceeding
FLORIDA 46-2009-CA-002848 CURRENT ADDRESS: EXHIBITS AND $1,729.57 scribed in the certifi- Dated .this 19th day of OR OTHER CLAIM- should, no later than
vs.' I UNKNOWN A M E N D M E N T S All of said property be- cate will be sold to the June, 2009. ANTS seven (7) days prior,
Any person claiming an DIVISION: THEREOF, PUBLIC ing in the County of highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD contact,the Clerk of the
interest in the surplus YOU ARE NOTIFIED RECORDS OF Okaloosa, State of Flor- BC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- LAST KNOWN, Court's disability coor-
from the sale, if any, STEFAN CAMP, et al, that an action to fore- OKALOOSA' COUNTY, ida. Room at the Okaloosa CUIT COURTS ADDRESS:UNKNOWN dinator at 8506517497,
other than the property Defendant(s). close a mortgage on FLORIDA.TOGETHER Unless the certificate is County Courthouse, 1250 N. Eglin PKWY
owner as of the date of the following property WITH AN UNDIVIDED redeemed according to Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. CURRENT ADDRESS: Suite Al14, Shalimar
the lis pendens must NOTICE OF ACTION in OKALOOSA County, INTEREST IN THE law, the' property de- 10:00 a.m. on Friday, UNKNOWN FL, 32579. If hearing
file a claim within 60 TO: Florida: COMMON ELEMENTS scribed in the certifi- August 7, 2009. 6/24/2009 impaired, contact
days after the sale. CAROLYN E. LOPER A P P U R T E N A N T cate will be sold to the 7/1/2009 (TDD) 8009558771 via
LAST KNOWN AD- LOT 14, BLOCK B, THERETO AS SET highest bidder in the Dated this 19th day of 7/8/2009 YOU ARE NOTIFIED Florida Relay System.
DON W. HOWARD DRESS: 257 DOMI- REGATTA PATIO FORTH IN SAID DEC- BCC Board Meeting June, 2009. 7/15/2009 that an action to fore-
As Clerk of the Court NICA CIR W HOMES, ACCORDING LARATION Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD close a mortgage on
By: Viki Jackson NICEVILLE, FL 32578 TO THE PLAT County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- the following property LEGAL#120281
As Deputy Clerk THEREOF AS RE- has been filed against Crestview, Florida at CUIT COURTS LEGAL#120265 in OKALOOSA County,
CURRENT ADDRESS: CORDED IN PLAT you and you are re- 10:00 a.m. on Friday, Florida: IN THE CIRCUIT
Dated this 2 day of UNKNOWN BOOK 18, PAGE(S) 1 quired to serve a copy August 7, 2009. By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. NOTICE OF APPLICA- LOT 23, BLOCK H, COURT'FOR
ANY AND ALL UN- LIC RECORDS OF fenses, if any, on or Dated this 19th day of 6/24/2009 DIVISION, AS RE- FLORIDA FILE NO:
In accordance with the KNOWN PARTIES OKALOOSA COUNTY, before August 24,2009 June, 2009. 7/1/2009 TDA Case #: 2009 TD CORDED IN PLAT 2009CP000658C DIVI-
American with Disabili- CLAIMING BY, FLORIDA. on Florida Default Law DON W. HOWARD 7/8/2009 000172 S BOOK 2, AT PAGE 122 SION PROBATE
ties Act, persons need- THROUGH, UNDER, Group,, RL., Plaintiff's CLERK OF THE CIR- 7/15/2009 Notice is hereby given E LOT IN RE ESTATE OF
ing a reasonable ac- AND AGAINST THE has been filed against attorney, whose ad- CUIT COURTS Notice is hereby given EAST HALF OF LOT IN RE: ESTATE OF
commodation to partic- HEREIN NAMED INDI- you and you are re- dress is 9119 Corpo- LEGAL#120261 that Gulf Group Hold- 25, BLOCK H, PAGE DENNIS DULAN
ipate in this proceeding VIDUAL DEFEND- quired to. serve .a copy rate Lake Drive, Suite By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. ings, as holder of the TWO OF FIELDS, SR.
*should, no later than ANT(S) WHO ARE of your written de- 300, Tampa, Florida NOTICE OF APPLICA following certificate, ADAMS-POWELL SUB- Deceased.
seven (7) days prior, NOT KNOWN TO BE senses, if any, on or 33634, and file the orig- 6/24/2009 NOTION FOR TAX DEEDPPLICA- filed said certificate DIVISION, ACCORD- N TO
contact-the Clerk of the DEAD OR ALIVE, before August 24,2009 final with this Court el- 7/1/2009 for a Tax Deed to be s- ING TO THE PLAT NOTICE TO CREDI-
Court's disability coor- WHETHER SAID UN- on Florida Default Law their before service on 7/8/2009. TDA Case #: 2009 TD sued thereon. The cer- THEREOF, AS RE- TORS
dinator at KNOWN PARTIES Group, RL., Plaintiff's Plaintiff's attorney or 7/15/2009 000167 C tificate number and CORDED IN PLAT
8506517491250 N MAY CLAIM AN IN- attorney, whose ad-.immediately thereafter; year of issuance, the BOOK 2, PAGE 177, The administration of
EGLIN PKWY SUITE TEREST AS SPOUSE, dress.is 9119 Corpo- otherwise a default will LEGAL#120258 Notice is hereby given name in which thed DSOF THE PUBLIC RE- the estate of Denis
A114, SHALIMAR FL HEIRS, DEVISEES, rate Lake Drive, Suite be entered against ,you that Gulf Group Hold- property is assessed ORDS OF OKALOOSA Dulan Fields, Sr., de-
32579. If hearing- im- GRANTEES, OR 300, Tampa, Florida for the relief demanded NOTICE OF APPLICA- ings, as holder of the the description of COUNTY, FLORIDA. ceased, whose date of
paired, contact (TDD) OTHER CLAIMANTS 33634, and file the orig- in the Complaint or pe- TION FOR TAX DEED following certificate, the property s as fol- has been filed against death was October 18,
8009558771 via Florida LAST KNQWN 'AD- final with this Court ei- tition. has file d aid certificate lows: you and you are re- 2008, and whose social
7Relay System.V DRESS:E UNKNWN ther: before service onei ti b TDA ae #: 2009 TD fored ertificate Certificate # 1676 of quired to serve a copy security number is
ReCURlaRENT ADDRESS: Plaintiff's attorney e or This notice n TDA Case' #: 2009 TD for a Tax Deed to bejs- 2007 Assessed to: of your written de- 416-72-9636, file num-
CURRENT ADDRESS: Plaintiffs attorney or This notice shall be 000164 C sued thereon. The cer- L.M. & EfLEEN S VAN fences, if any, on or ber 2009 CP 000658 C,
07/15/09 UNKNOWN immediately thereafter; published once each tificate number and BOX. & EtLEEN S VAN senses, if any, on or er 2009 CP 000658 Circuit
07/22/09 otherwise a default will week for two consecu- Notice is hereby given year of issuance, the Description: VALPA- 2009, on Florida De- Court for Okaloosa
YOU ARE NOTIFIED be entered against you tive weeks in the Crest- that Gulf Group Hold- name in which the RAISO LAT 1 LOT 22 fault Law Group RL. County, Florida Pro
Legal #100722 that an action to fore- for the reliefdemanded view News Bulletin., wings, as holder of the property isj assessed BLK 24 Plaintiff's attorney, bate Division; the ad-
Legal #100722 close a mortgage on in the Complaint orpe- following certificate, 'and the description of Pacel ID#: whose address is 9119 dress of which is 101 E.
the following property tition. WITNESS my hand and has filed said certificate the property. is as fol- Corprat Lk Dive
IN THE CIRCUIT in OKALOOSA County, the seal of this Court for a Tax Deed to be is- lows: 2-1S-23-253A-0024- Corporate Lake Drive, James Lee Blvd.,
COURT OF THE Florida: This notice shall be on this 8 day of July, sued thereon. The cer- Certificate # 2638 of 20 Opening Bid: da 33634, d ile the 32536. The names and
FIRST JUDICIAL CR- -published -once each 2009. tificate number and 2007 Assessed to: $39,767.73 . original with this Court addresses of the per-
CUIT LOT 21, BLOCK H, week for two consecu- year of issuance, the KNU P VIAYANET All of said property be- either before service on sonal representative
IN AND FOR EMERALD LAKES tive weeks in the Crest- Dorn W. Howard name in which the Description: MORRIS ing in the County of Plaintiff's attorney or and the personal
OKALOOSA COUNTY, PHASE ONE, AC- view News Bulletin. Clerk of the Court property is assessed ADD, CRESTVIEW IO nkaoos Stat of Flor- i editels t her ereseative'personal
FLORIDA CORDING TO THE and the description of LOTS 38 & 39 BLK 10 Okaoosa, State of Flor- immediately thereafter; representative's attor-
CIVIL ACTION PLAT THEREOF AS WITNESS my hand and By: Anita Cantral the property is as fol- Parcel ID#: Uness the certifica otherwise a default wil ney are set forth below.
SRECORDED IN, PLAT the seal' of this Court As(Deputy Clerk property is as o el n nless the certfcate is be entered against you All creditors of the de-
INDYMAC BANK -BOOK 16, PAGE(S) on this 8 day of July, lows: 21-3N-23C f 670-0010-03 redeemed according to for the relief demanded cedent and other per-
F.S.B., 38-40, OF THE PUB- 2009. voice to & Copy to: 2007 Assessed to $2 463.66-Opening Bi law, the property de- in the Complaint or pe- sons having claims or
Plaintiff, LIC RECORDS OF Florida Default Law MARVN,WMARTIN All of said property be- scribed in the certifi- tuition. demands against
CASE NO. 2007 CA OKALOOSA COUNTY, Don W. Howard Group, RL. Description: BEG 363 ing in the County of cate will be sold to the This notice shall be decedent estteon
005556 S FLORIDA Clerk of the Court P.O. Box 25018 FT E OF NW COR F Okaloosa, State of Flo highest bidder in the published once each whom a copy of this
vs.DIVISION Tampa, Florida SWE/4 OF NW1/4 E175 idOF Okaloosa, State of Flor- BCC Board Meeting week for two consecu- notice is required to be
has been filed against By: Aunita Cantrall 33622-5018 FT S260 FT W175 FT Unless the certificate is Room at the Okaloosa ive wes Bulletin the Crest- served must file their
BLAIR J. KOCHER, et you and you are re- As Deputy Clerk CENDANTSPECFNMA- N260FTTO BEG redeemed according to sntyew, C us v News Bull and a N THELAThis
al, quired to serve a copy Parcel d# law, the property de- Crestview, Florida, at WITNESS my hand and WITHIN THE LATER
Defenant'squired to serve a copy B-rharnig-Fto107332 Parcel ID#: law, the Property de- 10:00 am. on Friday, the seal of this Court OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Defendantss. f our written de- Invoice to & Copy to: **See Americans With 25-4N-23-0000-0015-00 scribed in the certify Friday thof June E3 IM F
fenses, if any, on or Florida Default Law Disabilities Act 1A Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the August 7, 2009. on this 24 day of June, THE TIME OF THE
NOTICE OF FORE- before August 24,2009 Group, RL, IMPORTANT $1,785.72 highest bidder in the Da2009.ted this 19th da of FIRST PUBLICATION
CLOSURE SALE on Florida Default Law' RO. Box 25018 h All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting June, 2009. day of OF THIS NOTICE OR
Group, PL., Plaintiff's Tampa, Florida In accordance with ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa DON W. HOWARD Clerk of the Court DATEYS AFT SERICE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY attorney, whose ad- 33622-5018 the Americans with Dis- Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, CLERK OF THE CIR- A COPY OF THIS NO-,
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- dress is 9119 Corpo- CENDANT-CONV-B-rhar abilities Act, persons ida. Crestview, Florida at CUlT COURTS By:AnitaCant TICEOPY O THEM.
nal Judgment of Mort- rate Lake Drive, Suite nig-F09052534 with disabilities need- 10:00 am. on Friday CUIT COURTS By:Anta Cantrall TICE ONTHEM
gage Foreclosure 300, Tampa, Florida **See Americans with ing special accommo- Unless the certificate is August 7, 2009 As Deputy Clerk All other creditors of
dated June 23, 2009' .33634, and file the orig-' Disabilities Act dation to participate in redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. the decedent and other
and entered in Case final with this Court el- IMPORTANT this proceeding should law, the property de- Dated this 19th day of /2/2 Florida Default Law persons having claims
No. 2007 CA 005556 S their before service on contact Court Adminis- scribed in the certifi- June, 2009. 6/24/2009 Group, RL. or demands against
of the Circuit Court of Plaintiff's attorney or In accordance with tration at 101 James cate will be sold to the DON W. HOWARD 7/1/2009 TampaO. Box 25018 decedent's estate must
the FIRST Judicial Cir- immediately thereafter; the Americans with Dis- Lee Boulevard East, highest bidder in the CLERK OF THE CIR- 7//2009 33622-5018Tampa, Florida file their claims
cuit in and for otherwise a default will abilities Act, persons Crestview, FL, BCC Board Meeting CUIT COURTS 7/15/2009 33622-5018 court WITHIN 3
OKALOOSA County, be entered against you with disabilities need- 32536-3515; telephone Room at the "Okaloosa r MONTHS AFTER THE
Florida wherein for the relief demanded. ing special accommo- number (850) County Courthouse, By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. LEGAL#120266 IMPORTANT. DATE OF THE FIRST
INDYMAC BANK in the Complaint or pe- dation to participate in 689-5000, Extension Crestview, Florida at PUBLICATION OF
F.S.B., is the Plaintiff tition. this proceeding should 7497, prior to the pro- 10:00 a.m. on Friday,. 6/24/2009 NOTICE OF APPLICA- In accordance with the THIS NOTICE -
and BLAIR J. KO- contact Court Adminis- ceeding. or Shalimar August 7, 2009. 7/1/2009 TION FOR TAX DEED Americans with Disa- ALL CLAIMS NOT
CHER; STACY A. This notice shall be tration at 101 James (850) 651-7497 7/8/2009 abilities Act, persons FILED WITHIN THE
KOCHER; are the De- published once each Lee Boulevard East, Dated this 19th day of 7/15/2009 TDA Case #: 2009 TD with disabilities need- TIME PERIODS SET
fendants, I will sell to week (for two consecu- Crestview, FL, IMPORTANT June, 2009. _________ 000173 S ing special accommo- FORTH IN SECTION
the highest and best tive weeks in the Crest- 32536-3515; telephone nation to participate in. 733.702 OF THE FLOR-.
bidder for cash at IN view News Bulletin. number (850) Ir accordance with DON W. HOWARD LEGAL#120262 Notice is hereby given this proceeding should IDA PROBATE CODE
FRONT OF CLERK'S 689-5000, Extension the Americans with Dis- CLERK OF THE. CIR- NOTICE OFAPPLIC that Gulf Group Hold- contact Court Adminis- WILL BE FOREVER
FRONT DOOR OF WITNESS my hand and 7497,-prior to the pro- abilities Act, persons CUIT COURTS. TIOFPTX ings, as holder of the ration at 101 James BARRED.
SHALIMAR ANNEX at the seal of this Court ceeding. or Shalimar with disabilities need- TION FOR TAX DEED following certificate, Lee Boulevard East, NOTWITHSTANDING
11:00AM, on the 4 day on this 8 day of July, (850) 651-7497 ing special accommo- By:Lisa L. Guia, Deputy TDA Case #: 2009 TD has filed said certificat 5 teepe THE FTIME PERIODS
of August 2009, the fol- 2009. dation to participate in Clerk for a Tax Deed to be is- 32536-3515; telephone SET FORTH ABOVE,
lowing described prop- IMPORTANT this proceeding should 000168 C sued thereon. The cer- number (850) ANY CLAIM FILED
erty as set forth in said Don W. Howard contact Court Adminis- 6/24/2009 Notice is her n tificate number and 689-5000, Extension TWO (2) YEAR OR
Final Judgment: Clerk of the Court Ir accordance with tration at 1250 N. Eglin 7/1/2009 by t" given year of issuance, the 7497, prior to the pro- MORE AFTER THE
By: Aunita Cantrall the Americans with Dis- Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 7/8/2009 that Gulf Group Hold- name in which the ceding or Shamar DECEDENTS DATE OF
LOT 12, BLOCK B., As Deputy Clerk abilities Act, persons, 32579; telephone num- 7/15/2009 ings, as holder of the property is assessed (850) 651-7497 DEATH IS BARRED.
CARIBBEAN VILLAGE with disabilities need- ber (850) 651-7497, following certificate, and the description of The date of first publi-
SOUTH AT invoice to & Copy to:' lg special accommo- prior to the proceeding. LEGAL#120259 has filed said certificate the property is as IMPORTANT cation of this notice is
BLUEWATER BAY Florida Default Law nation to participate in 07/15/09 LEGAL2059 for a Tax Deed to be is- July 15 2009.
UNIT 1, ACCORDING Group, PL. this proceeding should 07/22/09 NOTIE OF APPLICA sued thereon. The cer- Certificate # 227 of I accordance with the
TO THE PLAT RO. Box 25018 contact Court Adminis- NOTAXDE otificate number and 2007 Assessed to: Americans with Disa- Attorney for Personal
THEREOF AS ;RE- Tampa, Florida tration. at 1250 N. Eglin TION FOR TAX DEED year of issuance, the SCHWEIZER & abilities Act, persons Representative: A.
CORDED IN PLAT .33622-5018 Parkway, Shalimar, 'FL, m 2009 TD e in which the SCHWEIZER LTD PTR with disabilities need- Wayne Williamson Flor-
BOOK 7, PAGE 47, OF CHASEDIRECT-CONV- 32579; telephone num- TDA Case # 209 TD property is assessed Description: GREEN- ing special accommo- ida Bar No. 0115002
THE PUBLIC REC- abiven-F09045299 ber (850) 651-7497, 000165 S and thedescription of REEF T/H PHASE nation to participate in Welton & Williamson,
ORDS 6F OKALOOSA **See Americans with prior to the proceeding. the property is as fol- UNIT 13 this proceeding should LLC 1020 S. Ferdon
COUNTY, FLORIDA. Disabilities Act 07/15/09 LEGAL#120256 Notice is hereby given lows: Parcel ID#: contact Court Adminis- Blvd. Crestview, FI
CONYFORD. i'aIMPORTANt 07/15/09 that Gulf Group Hold- Certificate # 2426 of Parcel ID#- contact Court Adminis- Blvd. Crestview, Fl
MPORTANT 072209NOICE OF APPLICA- ings, a holder of the 2007 Assessed to 00-2S-22-1076-000-01 traction at 1250 N. Eglin 32536 Telephone:(850)
NICA CIRCLE E, in accordance with TION FOR TAX DEED following certificate, BERRY E COSSON' 30 Opening Bid Parkway, Shalmar, FL, 682-2120
NICEVIRCLL E, FLI32578 theamiccans with D-Legal100760 Thas filed said certificate Description: COM SW $28,104.24 32579; telephone num-
NICEVILLE, FL 32578 the Americans ith Dis- Legal # 100760 TDA Case #: 2009 TD f a ax e 24 FT 77 All of said property be- br (850) 651-7497, Personal Representa-
abilities Act, persons F25 Ca G hG TD dn a EN D E5G W Is- eOa f to FT 00 Srdo 25Drive
An eron claim- wth dsa ieseed I TH T 000174 C sued thereon The cer- DE E1911.25 FT N4 ing in the County of priortothe proceeding tive: Kristen D. Ellis
Any person clain- with disabilities need- IN THE CIRCUIT tificate number and DEG E4501.93 FT N68 Okaloosa, State of Flior- 1257 Sext, on Drive
Ing an Interest in the ing -special accommo- COURTOF THE Ntifce is hereby given year of issuance the DEG W656.8 FT TO ida. 7 Baker, Florida 32531
surplus from the sale, nation to participate in FIRSTJUDICALR- Guf Grou Hoame in whe ich the POB N68 DE W125 Unless the certificate is 7/15/2009 7, /1/i20 .
if any, other than t ththis proceeding should CUlT MO T p holde ftha Proerty is assessed T N4o i p perty be Credvew#1 Fordan t ------ 7/222E
properton ras2of'contact. ort Adminis- G EIN CORPORA IN esho l he description of tepory ishassessed FT NDE W70 FT redeeme accoring to
the dWa of the 0iSrd (tin.65at1014 Jmes OKALOSSAHCOUNTY, wing certify, a nd the description OfaEoos, FT S70t FT lawuthe proper.ty d- LEGAL#120280 7/22/2009 h
lends of the tireita i BoTulevad atES FALO AID o Ce filed said certificate the property is as fol- W122 FT N2153 FT TO scribed in the certifi-
claim witshn sIy (ord60) ECte OtviwGEFORIAO suedA Tax Dr2ed to be is- lows: POB r cete will be sold to the .IN THE CIRCUIT LEGAL#1 20282
claim withn sixty (60) Crestview, s FL, CVIL ACTION D thereon. The cer- Certificate # 2253 of Parcel ID# highest bidder in the COURT OF THE
days after the sale. 32536-3515; telephone O E tificate number and 2007 Assessed to: 18-3N-22-0000-0001-A n BCC Board Meeting FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- PUBLIC NOTICE
w r e- d pr o u(850) PHH MORTG ya ssance, the CANDY L BEVILLE 20 Opening Bid:t Room t the Okaloosa CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
WITNESS MY HAND 689-5000, Extension CORPORATION F/K/A name in which the Description: CHATEAU $1,451.17 County Courthouse, AND FOR OKALOOSA NOTICE. IS HEREBY
and the seal of this 7497, prior to .the pro- CENDANT MORT- 0p is assessed PRES ELE f si r Crestview, Florida at COUNTY OCASE GIVEN that a public
Court on July 7, 2009. ceeding. or Shalimar GAGE CORPORATION at di o f D LA MEr LOT of oing oon 'F NO2009CA002174 hearing was iheld be
Don W.Howard (850) .651-7497 D/B/A PHH the property is. as fol- Parcel ID#: Okal oosa, State of Flor- g 20 SUNTRUST BANK, unty oms o ners
Cer A MORTGAGE i0 SER- lows' 17-2S-25-0400-00oA-01 ida. H CRSUNties BANg County oners
Clerk of the Circuit IMPORTANT VICES K/A PHH Certificate # 1554 of 40 Opening Bid: -Unless the certificate is Dated tis 19th ay of Plaintiff a osCounty,
ofRt -Th MORTGAGE CSER- edA7 Assessed to: D $62,696. 42 redeemedaccoRding to June 2009 Florida on July 7, 2009,
By:Viki Jackson In accordance with VICES CORPORA- & B LLC All Of said property be- law, the property de- C O F THEWCRD adoptedevacationg th
abilities Act, persons Plaintiff, crOW C alo t Fl cat w b CUITCOURTS LAWRENCE A. unimproved 25.00'
hNews B lems c special accommo- CASE NO.: FT TO Pr N315 FT I. hRbaid dr By: Ba Mting t Lisa L. Guia, Wt ; D ETee nant he ween-- way l tee-
Invoice To: Florida De-. nation to participate in 46-2008CA-006857 W53.28 FTO F Ue e ing NT N sd eroad
TPO.Box25018 contact Court Adminis- DIVISION: 10-2N-24-0000-0002-10 scribed in the certifi- Crestview, Florida at 7/1/2009 9 House, Agent for Ross
Tampa, 3 Florida rtration at 1250 N. Eglin 70 Opening 'Bid: cate will be sold to the 10:00 am. on Friday 7/8/2009 TO: ROBERT Russell, said property
3362232057 Parkway, Shalimar, FL, EDMUND C. KYSER $1,121.59 highest bidder in the August 7, 2009. 7/15/2009 MCELORY, Last known being more particularly
F0705 0642 ep et al, All of sad property be- BCC Board Meeting address: UNKNOWN described as follows:
- FDINDYMAC-CONV-B-r ber (850) 651-7497, Defendant(s). ng in the County of Room at the Okaloosa Dated this 19th day of LEGAL#120273 i a i dead, al That 25.00 foot wide al
*See Amprians with pr/ o eedin. Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, June, 2009. I
Disabii Act 07/20 NOTIF ACTION ida. Crestview, Florida at DON W. HOWARD IN THE CIRCUIT parties claiming inter- ley bounded on the
DiPORTANT 07/22/09 NOTICE OFACTION Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Friday, CLERK OF THE CIR- COURT OF THE est by, through, under east by Johnson Street,
IMPORTANT redeemed according to August 7, 2009. CUlT COURTS FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- or against ROBERT on the west by High-
In a w Lg TO: law the property de- CUlT MCELORY and all par- way 189 (Log Lake
the Aericancs with D es- #-0THE UKO scribed in the certifi- Dated this 19th day of By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. IN AND FOR ties having or claiming Road), also lying south
the Americans with Iis- TE C SPOUSE OF KENNETH cate will be sold to the June, 2009. OKALOOSA COUNTY, to have any right, title of Lots 133, 134, and
a.biltie A persons I T I KITTRELL N/KASAN- highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD 6/24/2009 FLORIDA or interest in the prop- 135, lying north of Lots

ng special ommo- FIRST JUD ALCR- KITTY KITTRELL Room at the Okaloosa CUlT COURTS 7/8/2009 NO: 46-2009-CA-00 YOU. ARE NOTIFIED Re-Plat of Holt, Florida,
nation to participate in CUlT LAST KNOWN AD- County Courthouse, 715/2009 3223 FILE NO: that an action for Fore- according to the plat
this proceeding should IN AND FOR DRESS: 217 Lee Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. F09057581 closure of Mortgage -on thereof as recorded in
contact Court Adminis- OKALOOSA COUNTY, Road 2070 AL 10*00 a.m. on Friday, LEGAL#120264 the following described Plat Book 1, Page 16,
Lee Boulevard East, CIVIL ACTION 36877 2009. 6/24/2009 E WELLS FARGO BANK, of the Public records of
Crestview, FL,at Flo

32536-3515; telephone PNC BANK, NATIONAL CURREN' ADDRES Dated this 19th day of 7/8/2009 OTICE OF APPLICA- ntOT PO ida.
number T ADDRESS: June, 2009. 7/15/2009 TION FOR TAX DEED Plaintiff ACCORDING TO THE
number (850) ASSOCIATION, 217 Lee Road 2070 #: 2009 TD vs. MAP OR PLAT WILLIAM J. ROBERTS
889-5000, Extension Plaintiff, Smiths Station, AL DON W. HOWARD LEGAL#120260 TDA 000171Case #: 2009 TD vs THEREOF AS RE- III
7497, prior to the pro- CASE 02NO.: 36877 CLERK OF THE CIR- LEGAL#120260 -RONALD R. WILLIAMS CORDED IN PLT Chairman
(850) 651-7497 vaDIVISION: ANY AND ALL UN CUlT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- Notice is hereby given et al, BOOK 23, PAGES 44
(KNOWN PARTIES :vsDSION: Y LD TION FOR TAX DEED that Gulf Group Hold- Defendantss. AND 45, PUBLIC REC- 7/15/2009
IMPORTANT KEVIN J. MUSGROVE CLAIMING BY, Lsa Gula, D.C. ings, as holder of the O O LO A
et al,. T CLAI UNDE 6/2 009 TDA Case #: 2009 TD following certificate, NOTICE OF ACTION COUNTY, FLORIDA LEGALS#120263
n accordance with Defendant(s). AND AGINST THE 6/24/2009 000166 C has filed said certificate has been filed against
HEREAGAINST THE 7/1/2009 for a Tax Deed to be is- TO: you and you are re- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
the Americans with Dis- HEREIN NAMED INDI- 7/8/2009 Nc i h y n quired to serve aco
abilities Act, persons VDUALNotice is hereby given sued thereon The cer- RONALD R. WILLIAMS quired to serve a coy TION FOR TAX DEED
with disabilities need- NOTICE OF ACTIO ANT(S) WHODEEND- 7/15/2009 that Gulf Group Hold- tificate number and LAST KNOWN AD- of your written TDA Case #e- 2009 TD
Ing special accommo- NOT KNOWN TO ings, as holder of the year of issuance, the DRESS: 125 PHIL- fenses, if any, to it, on TDA Case #: 2009 TD
nation to participate in TO: following certificate, name in which the LIPS DRIVE Nwabufo Umunna, At- 000169 C

Wp~i-.Ari I,1v 159f2009


Metal Roofing. 40 yr $600 Weekly Poten-
Notice is hereby given Warranty-Buy direct tial$$$ Helping the gov- Crestview
that Gulf Group Hold- from manufacturer ernment PT. No Experi- New
ings, as holder of the 30/colors in stock wall once. No Selling. Call: Townhomes
following a certificate, accessories. Quick turn (888)213-5225 + 1901sf, 5 br, 3ba -
fhas fTaie ead certificate around. Delivery availa- Ad Code: M $900 mo $1000 dep
sued thereon. T cer be G Coast Supply Help Wanted. No 1881sf, 3br,2.5ba -
tificatereon. The cerand & Mg, (888)393-0335 Truck Driver Experi- $875 mo $1000 dep
year of issuance, the GulfCoastSupply.com ence No Problem. + 1826sf. 3br, 2.5ba -
name in which the Wil-Trans Will Teach $875 mo $1000 dep
property is assessed You How to Drive. 1784sf, 4br, 2.5ba-
and the description es Company Sponsored $850 mo $1000 dep
thp property is as fol- f i 0 CDL Training. Must be + 1760sf, 3br, 2.5ba-
lows L---- 322 23. (888)368-1205 $850 mo $1000 dep
Certificate # 2924 of All new Pillowtop Mat- OTR Drivers for PTL! + 1182sf, 3 br, 2 ba -
2007 Assessed to: tress Queen/box spring Earn up to 46cpm. No $590 mo $800 dep
LORIN H JENNINGS' Fact. warr. $169 Can forced Northeast. 12 Mon-Fri 7-4:
Description: COM NE deliver. 850-471-0330. months experience 864-5426
COR SE1/4 OF NE1/4 Required. No felony or After Hours:
W2411 FT W228 FT King Pillowtop matt- DUI past 5 Years. 699-0326, 585-1663,
S874 FT TO POB E296 ress & box set, still (877)740-6262 or 830-3099
FT S363 FT W240 FT sealed. Warr. $235. 850 www.ptl-inc.com
S180 FT W31 FT N552 471-0330 Can deliver delivery des
FT TO PO T V delivery drivers
Parcel ID#: Mattress and Box Set, needed. Deliver RVs,r
26-6N-23-0000-0002-00 Full Size Still sealed boats and trucks for 6140
30 Opening Bid: from factory, new, PAY! Deliver to all 48
$1,385.48 $135. 850 471-0330 states aind CN.oFor deo
All of said property be- tails log on to
ing in the County of Microfiber Sofa-$300, www.RVdeliveryjobs.

Unless the certificate is in box. 850 471-0330 downtown, convenient
redeemed according to location, window air &
law, the property de- ft n gas heat. $510 mo +
scribed in the certifi- S I S682-8483-
cate will be sold to the6 .... k .. Crestview Houses for
highest bidder in the 3230 Rent. Several to
BCC Board Meeting Crestview W choose from. C'view,
Room at the Okaloosa GARAGE SALE Holt, & Dorcas areas.
County Courthouse, Sat. July 18, 7am-Until, BUSINESS & FINANCIAl. Call scott 850-546-1192
Crestview, Florida at' 123 Winchester Way 51l Business Crestview 3 br, 1 ba,
10:00 a.m. on Friday, (off Airport Rd.) Opporlnies CH&A w/d hkups, $625
August 7, 2009. Furniture, Antiques & 5110 Money to Lend mo+ $600 dd. No pets/
much more. Smoking 803-7096
Dated this 19th day of S 8r---
June, 2009.
CUlT COURTS IR All Cash Vendingl Do
you earn $800 in a Crestview- 3 br, 2 be,
By: Lisa L. Guia, D.C. Crestview day? 25 Local Ma- 2 cg, 1800sf, pets ok. 5
Garage Sale chines and Candy yrs old, -new cond.
6/24/2009 Sat. July 18th, 7am $9,995. (888)629-9968 Quiet area. 682-9703
7/1/2009 5812 Hilary St (Off Air- B02000033 Call Us:
7/8/2009 port Rd.) We will not be under- Crestview- 3bd, 2ba
7/15/2009 sold! lcg, almost new, split
Crstvi7/15/2ew fir Good Pets welcome.
Crestview Business Opportunity$995mo+DD 225-9090
Agemmf lft* YARD SALE! in the Christian Market
Sat. July 18, 7am-lpm, Concessions available Crestview 3br, 2be,
I501 Gil-Ava St.Youth for only One person newly renovated, end
1110 Loft Beds, girls clothes per city. Keep 100% of of cul-de-sac, pvt. lot.
Advertise In Over 100 (all sizes). Something the revenue. Go to $775/mo. 685-7493
Papers! One Call One for everyone! www.ChristianLeaders
Order One Payment Wanted.com
The Advertising Net- Crestview --
works of Florida Put I YARD SALEI W I
Us to work for You! Sat. July 18, 7am-lpm, *
(866)742-1373 6 Flora Cove (off Aplin N W Crestview- 3br, 2ba,
w w w. n a t i o n a I Rd) Tools, Lawnmower, over sized gar., privacy
classifieds.com, Clothes & more. Professionals fence, near high school
in fo-@ national- SSOna $800/mo. 850-974-0439
classifieds.com Crestview Needed
YARD SALE! Want to earn $500 to ll
-" --- Sat. June 18, 8am-?, $1000 per month, work- l
S. 596 Brock St. (Off Hwy ing part time? Call
85) Sandy at 800-859-1522. %
I' ----~---. Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $850 mo!
Call Jenny at Pelican
330 Real Estate 315-0972
.S S 3300 -- \ ,. iCrestview- 4 br 2 b,
PETS & ANIMALS Airlines Are Hiring 2 eg, FP, 1635sf. 3 .yrs
STrain for high paying old. $995 mo+dd., pet
21100- Pets o Aviation Maintenance ok 850-2443131
211Good- P ets: Freeto Creer. FAA approved
Good Home program. Financial aid REAL ESTATE FOR RENT Crestview 4bd 2ba w/
2120-Pet Supplies f storage shed, work
supplies available. Call' Aviation Business/ shop, carport,. Large
Supplies ab Avaton Commercial fenced yard.. VERY pri-
2140 Pets/.Ivestock Institute of Mainte- 6110- Aparmens vate. Room for horses,
Wanted nance (888)349-5387. 6120- Beah Rentals os
2150- Pet Memorials 6130- Condo/Townhouse close to new schools
Attend College Online 6140 -House Rentals and Wal-Mart. $1200
from Home. *Medical, 6150 Roommate Wanted mo. +dd call 902-1065
*Business, *Paralegal, 6160- Rooms for Rent Crestview, 2 story, 3
2100 *Accounting, '*Criminal 6170 -'Mobile Home/Lot br, 2 ba, 2 car gar, I/G
,Justice. Job placement s180 Out-of-Town Rentals pool, $750 + $600
For Sale: Beautiful .assistance. Computer 0-imesnare Reneais sec. 251-575-1009.
Yorkie puppies need available. Financial Aid
loving homes! 2 .Males if qualified. Call FWB Gated
W/First shots & health (866)858-2121' www. aCommunity
cert. Call 689-6798 CenturaOnline.com. Co' 61 New4br,2mmunity
Mini stral ian 6100New 4 br, 3ba, 2 cg,
Mini. Australian l 972349sf, $2,050 month
Shepherd call 902-7275 Crestview Sec. deposit required
Office Space
SExecutive Offices in Mo-Fri 7-4: 864-5426
S2110 McClain, Office Plaza After Hours: 699-0326
2110 1 9 Ton Hwy 85. Only 6
Free to kitten to good units left! Rate in-
home, female Siamese cludes ALL utilities,
306-2307 EMPLOYMENT common area main-
__tainance and daily
4100 -Help Wanted cleaning. 682-0791 Janet Johnson..
: ;A Mill 4110- Restaurants/Clubs 11 Realty Inc
S4120-Sales. Crestview Retail space Realty, Housin.
2130 4130- Employment rn. Equal Housing
Do leo R Information on John King Rd in
Double Beg. Quarter.& Southgate Plaza.. Un- Opportunity
Paint Horses. 3 yr.' old furnished unit $625. 682-1800
Philly $400. '1.yr. old Furnished (plush) of-
Stud $300. Also tack fce,$825. Ready Baker
for sale call 537-3304 move in! 850 651-9900
Driver Trainees Ask to speak to Buddy, 1724 Hwy 90
FOR SALE Needed Now at Wer- Byron, or Sonya 3 br, 2 bae; $675
1999 Stallion ner Enterprises! E Professional Office Crestview
Dam: Chiefs Frisky Sis Earn up to $700. per building for Lease 114 Hampton,
850-626-4901 Week after, training. 1000sf. 101 Duggan 2 br, 1.5 be; $535
Great Benefits! No Ex- Ave. (Next to Eglin 118 Hampton,
perience needed Local FCU) Call 621-0046 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
15-day CDL Training 238 Runnymeade Dr,
available .With TDI \ 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
1-877-214-3624, 214 Virginia St
110. 7 2br, 1.5 be, $650,
Install / Maint / Repair 02464 Kingston Rd,


Teel & Waters
Real Estate
* 3542 Auburn Rd,
$675, 3 BR l BA, 1 AC,
+ 3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1AC
* 217 Forrest Pkwy
$775, 3BR, 1.5BA
* 107 Beacon's Bend
$900, 4BR;, 3BA
* 102 Trenton Ave
$945, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
* 715 Majestic Prince,
$1100, 3BR, 2BA
no pets
* 394 Riverchase Blvd
$1000,3BR, 2BA, 2 CG
* 5710 Seminole Dr,
$700, 3BR, 2BA; 2AC
4 2919Ap.lin Rd,
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1CG
* 4585 Live Oak Church
$1,300, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
+ 290 Main Street
$1500 Commercial
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 year
lease, no inside smok-
ing, pet fees are non-
Call Debra
Frost 682-6156


Crestview- Share quiet
3br brick home in Au-
burn area $450 mo
incis utils Call 902-6081


Crestview 2br, 2ba
MH on 10 acres. $670
mo + security deposit






restview MH's for
ent. Several to
choose from. C'view,
olt, & Dorcas areas.
all scott 850-546-1192

restview- 2 br MH
500/mo +$500 c.pk
o pets. 902-54-32
382-8867 or 682-6514

restview Country Ecl-e
bd 1 ba., shed. $380
0o. $300.dd 537-9798

.restview- Remodeled
br, 1ba, Quiet park,.
o pets. $450 mo+dd

1 6170
Crestview, 3br, 1.5bae,
on 1 acre, total electric
$500/mo + $500 dd
682-0290 or 582-5148

7100 Homes
7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170- Waterfront
7180 Investment
7190 Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare

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


Rent to Own
2250sf in Popular
Subd. Close to Eve-
rything. 850.826-1662

Destiny West,
By Owner
Close to the beach,
Beautiful 2 story
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
2.5 bth on Paradise
Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
borhood pool, tennis,
Built in 2005. $820,000.
Call 830-3287 for show-
ing. Agents welcome.

Individual wants to
buy house for
investment.- Call

1999 Saturn SC2 $2,900
2003 Chevy Venture LS $4,900
1999 Ford Ranger EXT 4x4 $5,900
2003 Kia Sedona EX $5,900
2003 Chevy Express Cargo $6,900


Estates Lot
Residential lot in
gated Bluewater Bay
community. .One of
the last vacant lots in
the Bolton Village
section. Level lot with
large oaks. Call (850)
897-0993 after 5PM
or visit

0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land -or family
'land. All Credit O.K.

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

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

Lake Lot Deal- Fell
Thru! 2.6 AC- $19,300
Free Boat Slips! (was
$39,900) Secluded
wooded lot w/ deeded
access to 'private
stocked bass Jake in
Tenn. Quiet rd front-
age, utilities, warranty
deed. Excellent financ-
ing. Must see, call now
(888)792-5253, x3Q87

2004 ChryslerSebring IIICowertible $6,900
2000 LexusES300 $6,900
2003 Toyota Matrix $6,900
2003 Pontiac Vibe $7,900
2004 Ford Ranger Edge $7,900

vveanesact) my I J, LVV7

Lake BargainI 3+ AC -
just $49,900 (was
$89,900) Nicely
wooded, private lake
access. Ready to build.
Owner will .finance.
Only one -save big.
Call now (866)352-2249

8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140- Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
'8220 Personal Watercraft
'8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat &.Marine
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes

Ford Ranger 1993 XLT
New clutch, transmis-
sion & tires, 5 speed,
4cyl. some body dam-
age Runs good! $1500
OBO. call 682-4431

50cc Baja Youth dirt
bike, has all original
papers & title Paid
$600. will sell for $300.
902-3254 or 902-3218

| 8340 1

Chap 280 BHS
Exc. cond. NADA listed
$23,400, asking
$21,900. Loaded! Call
for details. 850

All Welded, AllAluminum

Bonffay Florida
I *

2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser
2003 Nissan Altima
2005 Mercury Sable -OAWD
2004 Chevy Silverado EXT
2003 Buick Lesabre


.4a w l '',.,

Mo OOO toiverpirns 1,O

rM Cleaning Lady
MERCHANDISE Reasonable rates,
c'view area. 689-2112
3100 Antiques
3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts IT/Software Develop.
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160- Business
3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers FULCRUM I '
3190 Electronics has 3 immediate,
3200 Firewood funded positions at
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales Hurlburt AFB!
3240 Guns Secret or TS clear-
3250 Good Things to Eat ance
3260 Health & Fitness *Systems Adminis-
3270 Jewelry/Clothing trator 'Administer
3280- Machinery/ UNIX & Windows
0 Equipment 2000 2003 servers
3290 Medical Equipment and clients and con-
3300 Miscellaneous figure/manage MS
3310 Musical Instnlments 9
3320 Plants & Shrubs/ Active Directory & Ex-
Supplies change 2000 and
3330 Restaurant/Hotel 2003 systems Install,
3340 Sporting Goods maintain, and trou-
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) bleshoot network in-
frastructure to include
fiber optic and wired
cabling, switches,
^3100 ^ and routers.
ANTIQUESClock Re. Radio Maintainer
ANTIQUES Clock Re- -Install, configure, op-
pair Grandfathers rate, troubleshoot,
Mantels, Cuckoo,' Any and maintain radio
Type of Clocks 211 N. networks, antennas &
Main St. Call 689-1007 RoiP day shift
, *Help Desk Special-
'st- Support end-
users to provide ad-
I 3130 vanced hardware,
Auction- Commercial software, network,
& Development Real and applications
Estate: 1,091 Acres of- problem resolution.
fered in 36 tracts, lo- Shift Work -. 24\7
cated in Kingsland and Mission to include
St. Mary's Georgia near Normal, Mid and Late
Interstate 95, Exit 3. shifts
Auction on July 30 at'
5:00pm at the Western Eual Opportunity /
Motel in Kingsland, Armative Action
Georgia. Auction staff Employer. M/F/D/V
will be available July
22, and 29 from 3- 6 Please send resume
pm at the Western Mo- to:
tel, Kingsland. Call jobs@fulcrumit.com
(800)551-3588. for infor- re: Hurlburt or apply
motion or go to online
www.woltz.com. Jim www.fulcrumit.com
Woltz #AUNR002906. WEB ID #27865501
Woltz & Associates,
Inc., Real Estate Bro- Looking for painting
kers & Auctioneers. Ro- and drawing teacher.
anoke, VA call 850-902-0707
. -

3br, 1.5 ba; $650
'687 Valley Rd,
NEW AY 2br, 1 ba; $650
206 Virginia St,
,$99 Move In 2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
99216 Virginia St,
Special! 2 br,1.5 ba, $650
Crestview- Quiet well- 0 6020 Gagnon St,
maintained 2 br, 1 be, 3 br,.2 be; $695
total electric 585-6985 0 575 Pine Ave,
Crestview Bent Creek 3 br, 2 be; $700
Apts II Vouchers Ac- 0 602 Henderson St,
cepted. Rental assis- Furn 2 br, 1 be; $725
tance may be avail. 1 & 1090A Farmer St,
2 BR. HC & non-HC ac- Furn. 2 br, 1 ba; $725
cessible apts. 209 Bent 0 104 Corwin St,
Creek Rd. Crestview 2 br, 2.5 b, $725"
FL. Call 850 682-5563, 0 5292 Opportunity Dr,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal 3br,52 be; $795
Housing Opportunity 0 5589 Wheeler PI,
3 br, 2 ba; $800
Crestvlew Inn W 6474 Moonlight Ln,
Motel $35 d $165 WK, 3 br, 2 be; $995
APT $180 Wk. $525 4 2405 Mill Run Dr,
wk.Call 682-4466 3 br, 2 ba; $850
6451 Moonlight Ln,
*t T A M V br, 2be, $895
UNEW T1 AV 803 Aunt Polly,
3 br, 2 bd; $895
4034 Randi,
Crestview Nice 2br, 3 br, 2ba; $900
lba, apt. w/d, stove, re- 0 3219 Skynight Dr,
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