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CHS students react to DUI crash presentation


Photos by GREG ALLEN I Crestview News Bulletin
TRAGEDY HITS HOME: Greg Copeland displays a photo of his son, Gerran, and the
graduation cap Gerran never got to wear. Gerran, a Navarre High School student, was
killed by a drunken driver in 2'007. Greg Copeland spoke to Crestview High School
students following a DUI accident re-enactment Tuesday in the football stadium. Inset, two


The undertaking involved student actors in ad-
dition to the participation of the Crestview Police
Department, Florida Highway Patrol, Okaloosa
EMS, Crestview Paint & Body and the Whitehu-
rst-Powell Funeral Home.
"There was a similar presentation at Choc-
tawhatchee (High School), but this one took it to
another level," said Michele Nicholson of the Oka-
loosa County Sheriff's Office.
A life flight helicopter was scheduled to be
a part of the program, but was scratched due to
foggy conditions.
Greg Copeland spoke to conclude the program.
Copeland's son, Navarre High School student
Gerran Copeland, was killed by a drunken driver
in 2007.
Greg Copeland spoke next to a photo of his son
and the graduation cap Gerran never got to wear.
More than a few students had tears in their eyes
as Copeland addressed the audience.
"That made it hit home at the end," Nicholson
said.
View more photos from the presentation at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


wrecked vehicles are part of the re-enactment.

Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview High School students saw the dan-
gers of drunken driving unfold before their eyes
ITesday in Jack Foster Stadium.
This CHS/Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
program was more than a speaker and a video.,
This was a live re-enactment of a DUI accident
and its aftermath, the first presentation of its kind
in the area.
"This program had the biggest impact on stu-
dents I've seen in my years in education," CHS
principal Ed Coleman said.
CHS School Resource Officer Cpl. Greg Porch
said school employees told him they had never
seen students so quiet after leaving an assembly
"It got inside the kids' heads and really gave'
them something to think about," Porch said.
The presentation included the sight of the
crashed vehicles, re-enactments of the sobriety
test and arrest that would take place following
the accident, the notification to the parents whose
daughter "died" in the accident, and views of the
hearse and casket that would appear at the fu-
neral.


ANN SPANN 1News Bulletin
ATES RELEASED: Jimmy
Ates is greeted by his
daughter, Allison Ates, as
he is released from the
Okaloosa County'Jail on
Thursday.


Jimmy Ates

conviction

vacated

Tom McLaughlin
Florida Freedom Newspapers

Jimmy Ates spent what
might have been his last
night in jail Wednesday.
And only delays in pro-
cessing his bond kept him
there overnight.
Circuit Court Judge Wil-
liam Stone wasted little time
at an afternoon hearing at
the Crestview courthouse in
granting a request that Ates'
life sentencebe vacated.
See ATES A2


Recapping

the Ates case
Crestview News Bulletin
Jimmy Ates' 1998
conviction in the
1991 murder of his
wife, Norma Jean
Ates. was overturned
Wednesday.
These are the
original articles that
appeared following
key events in the
Ates saga.

Baker woman
murdered
From the June 5
edition of the Oka-
loosa News Journal
See RECAPPING A2


Local attorney enjoys meeting with Supreme Court justice


WYOMING LAWYER
SUPREME RECOGNITION: Sam Anderson of Crestview was recognized earlier this
year for 50 years of membership with the Wymong State Bar. Anderson is the
fifth person from the left. To Anderson's left is former U.S. Senator Alan K. Simp-
son, a former classmate and neighbor. To the front left of Simpson is U.S. Su-
preme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who presented plaques to the honorees.


Crestview News Bulletin
A local attorney got an
audience with a United
State Supreme Court jus-
tice earlier this year.
Not to argue a case, but
to receive congratulations.
Sam Anderson was one
of 10 attorneys recognized
during a September cer-
emony in Cheyenne, Wyo
for 50 years of membership
with the Wyoming State
Bar.
The honorees received
their plaques from U.S. Su-
preme Court Justice Anto-


nin Scalia.
"It was neat," Anderson
said. "It was the first time
I had been in that rarified
atmosphere. I had been in
front of a lot of (state) Su-'
preme Court justices, but
not the big one!"
The evening had the
feel of a class reunion as
Anderson attended law
school at the University of
Wyoming with most of the
50-year honorees.
A memorable keepsake
from Anderson's evening
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ATES from page Al
Ates had been convicted as no surprise. The same Mann, a spokesman for the day his wife was found dead Rod Smith, then the state ney's offices, including this
of killing his wife, Norma state attorney's office that Gainesville-based state at- on the floor of the couple's attorney for the 8th Judicial region's 1st circuit office, de-
Jean Ates, a decade earlier had successfully prosecuted torney's office, said the plan home on State Road 189 in Circuit, prosecuted the case clined to prosecute.
and sentenced to life in pris- Ates had asked the judge to at this juncture is to attempt Baker. Norma Jean Ates had six years after the murder See a photo gallery and
on for first-degree murder, grant the new trial. to prosecute Ates again, been shot several times with at the request of then-Gov. video from Ates' release at
Stone's decision to over- Stone scheduled a new AteswasateacheratBak- a .22-caliber revolver and the Lawton Chiles. www.crestviewbulletin.
turn the conviction came trial for Jan. 26. Spencer er School on June 2,1991, the home was set on fire. Two other state attor- com.


ATTORNEY from page Al RECAPPING from page Al


appeared in the October edi-
tion of the Wyoming Lawyer
magazine: Anderson is pic-
tured behind Scalia and next
to a notable former neighbor
- former U.S. Senator Alan
K Simpson - in a group
photo from the event.
How many local resi-
dents can show off a photo
of themselves with a U.S.
Senator and a U.S. Supreme
Court justice?
The honorees received
their plaques in alphabetical
order, so Anderson was the
first of the group to shake
hands with Scalia.
"I got up there and asked
if the plaque came with ad-
mission to the Supreme
Court," Anderson said.
"He spoke to us and was
-very pleasant. He appears
to be unassuming. If you


met him at a cocktail party,
you would think he was just
another lawyer. But he's a
pretty sharp cookie, and I
guess you've got to be to get
to the U.S. Supreme Court."
Anderson and his wife
Mary reside in Crestview. He
currently is a member of the
Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce and the North
Okaloosa Fire District board
of commissioners and'is a
reading assistant for at-risk
students in local schools. He
is active in the Community
of Christ Church. He also
has served the community
through the YMCA and as a
Florida District Court volun-
teer, guardian ad litem.

Information -from Wyo-
ming Lawyer was used in
this report.


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the Eye Institute at Medical Center Clinic. Dr. Chen
received his undergraduate degree, Science in Zoology,
from the University of Florida in Gainesville and his
medical degree from the Medical College of
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A Baker woman found
dead in her burning house
last Sunday evening is
thought to have been mur-
dered, and the blaze which
subsequently damaged her
home is being termed suspi-
cious, according to Okaloosa
CountySheriff's Department
Spokesperson Rick Hord.
Baker volunteer firefight-
ers found Norma Jean Ates,
44, dead in the smoke-filled
bedroom of her burning
home on Highway 189 less
than a half mile north of the
Highway 4 junction in Baker.
Ates had sustained gunshot
wounds in the upper chest.
An autopsy performed
Monday by Deputy Medical
Examiner Edmund Kielman
confirmed the victim had
been shot and also indicated
that gunshot wounds were
also the likely cause of death.

A preliminary investi-
gation indicates Norma
Ates was shot and the fire
deliberately set. A motive
for the crime has, not been
established, nor has it been
determined what property,
if any, was taken from the
house, according to Hord.
Yet, sources close to the
investigation confirm that
the house appeared to have
been ransacked.
The investigation into
the origin of the fire is be-
ing conducted by the State
Fire Marshal's Office Inves-
tigator Scott Showalter, who
added that the fire was con-
fined to the living room area
of the home....
Jimmie Ates, 45, a teach-
er at nearby Baker High
School, had been attending
baccalaureate ceremonies


at the school when the fire
was reported. Ates was in-
formed about the blaze by
Baker student Holly Revis
and her friend Brian Mes-
sick who noticed the flames
while en route to the school.
Upon arriving at his resi-
dence, Ates reportedly tried
to enter his burning home
but was overcome by the
thick smoke and collapsed in
the front yard. Mr. Ates was
attended to by EMS person-
nel and later transported to
the North Okaloosa Medical
Center where he remains in
stable condition.
After assisting Jimmie
Ates, EMS Paramedic Bob-
by Cibiris alerted firefight-
ers that Mrs. Ates might still
possibly be inside the burn-
ing structure. Firefighters
searched and found a wom-
an - not victimized by smoke
or fire - but rather gunshot
wounds to the chest.....
Investigators began
working leads in the case in-
cluding on that of a suspect
vehicle spotted by Tracy Dot-
son of Baker who sawa small
white car coming out of the
driveway of the Ates home
at around 6:45 pm. Sunday.
The vehicle sped quickly out
of the driveway and headed
south on Highway 189 at a
high rate of speed before
turning west on Highway 4
at the caution light, accord-
ing to Dotson. ... Yet the
car may have belonged to a
man who stopped to confirm
and then report the blaze to
emergency operators.

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of murdering wife
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News Ledder
Jimmy Ates, 52, was
found guilty by a circuit
court jury last Wednesday
of murdering his wife, Nor-
ma Jean, then 44, in their
Baker home in 1991.
Sentencing will be set
by Judge Jack Heflin at the
Shalimar courthouse an-
nex: Ates faces a manda-
tory life sentence, but will
be eligible for parole after
25 years.
The state did not ask
for.the death penalty in the
case which was circum-
stantial.
In the trial, which lasted
from Sept. 8 through Sept.
23, the state pursued a
time line backup up by wit-
nesses who placed Ates at
his house at a time when
the murder was supposed
to have occurred.
Mrs. Ates' body was
found by a fireman search-
ing the house after a fire
was extinguished. She had
been shot.
The state contended
the fire was started with
newspapers and a candle
after the murder and after
a staged burglary. Intent of
the fire, according to the
prosecution, was so the
body would be discovered
while Ates attended a bac-
calaureate service at Bak-
er School where he was a
teacher.
Although an investiga-
tion was held at the time,
no charges were filed until
a grand jury indicted Ates
in 1997.
SMrs. Ates was deter-
mined to have been shot
seven times with a .22 cal.
firearm consistent with
the type of-pistol owned by
Ates. It was never deter-
mined if that weapon was
the murder weapon be-
cause it was never found.
The county medical ex-
aminer testified she dies
prior to the fire because
there was no smoke in her
lungs.

8 years later, Ates
sticks to his story:
'I'm innocent'
From the July 26, 2006


edition of the Crestview
News Bulletin. This was
Ates' first interview dur-
ing his imprisonment.
In prison, Jimmy keeps
to himself. He works
nights, cleaning up the
area known as the "Quad,"
or a meeting hall where in-
mates gather to play cards
and talk. He's known as
the "Night House Man,"
and he sleeps in an 80-man
dorm and gets very little
privacy.
He also works in the
kitchen, a duty reserved
for well-behaved inmates.
He reads the Bible con-
stantly. He hasn't watched
television - except for
the occasional ballgame
- since he entered in
1999. ...
SJimmy believes he was
imprisoned illegally.
"It's against the law to
put a man in prison with
no evidence," he says.
Jimmyadmits marrying
a woman half his age (his
then-second wife Glenda)
didn't help his case.
"I would have been
much better off - I would
have never been convict-
ed had I not married this
young lady," Jimmy ad-
mits. "I don't believe they
would had convicted me if
I had never married her."

On July 18, the day be-
fore the interview with
Jimmy, Rod Smith passed
through Crestview, mak-
ing a stop at Hardee's.
Smith, now a state senator
in Alachua County, is run-
ning for governor. During
Jimmy's trial, Smith was
' the lead state prosecutor.

Smith then talked about
how he prosecuted Jimmy
Ates, a former Baker School
teacher, senior class spon-
sor and pastor convicted of
killing his wife of 27 years.
He joked abouthow he ate
daily at the Shoney's res-
taurant in Crestview, which
is now a Hooters. The re-
porter informed Smith he
was interviewing Jimmy
the next day.
"He probably won't vote
for me," Smith said sarcas-
tically, just before entering
the restaurant.


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Relizion


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Advent (Nov. 30 to Dec.
24) is a time of celebra-
tion! Advent is a season of
four weeks including four
Sunday. Advent derives
from the Latin "adventus",
which means "coming."
The season proclaims the
coming of the Christ, whose
birth we prepare to cel-
ebrate once again. Christ
continually comes in Word
and Spirit, whose return in
final victory we anticipate.
Each year Advent calls
the community of faith to
prepare for these comings.
Historically, the season was
marked by fasts for prepa-
ration.
Each Sunday of Advent
has its distinctive theme:
Christ's coming in final vic-
tory (first Sunday); John
the Baptist (second and
third Sundays); and the
events immediately preced-
ing the birth of Jesus Christ


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THE REV. BRUCE
SHEFFIELD


(fourth
Sunday).
Purple or
blue Para-
ments,
stoles and
banners
can be used
for Advent.
Visuals of
the season


may include an Advent
Wreath (an evergreen
wreath with four purple
candles and a central white
Christ candle).
* The first Sunday of
Advent we light the Candle
of Hope. In Isaiah 60:2&3,
we find these words: "See,
darkness covers the earth
and thick darkness is over
the peoples, but the LORD
rises upon you and his glory
appears over you. Nations
will come to your light, and
kings'to the brightness of
your dawn."


We are here because
God's promises to our an-
cestors came true when
Jesus was born. God's
promise is kept each Sun-
day when we worship be-
cause Christ is in our midst.
God will keep the promise
to come again in glory.
When we light the candle of
hope, we do so to proclaim
the coming of Christ into
our darkness. Because of
Christ, we not only have
hope but we believe good is
stronger than evil.
* The second Sunday of
Advent we light the Candle
of Peace. This candle re-
minds us of the peace for
which Christ is called the
"Prince of Peace." Jesus
helps us to live as God
wants us to live, and Jesus
gives us peace. Hear the
words of Isaiah 9:6 - 7: "For
to us a child is born, to
us a son is given, and the


government will be on his
shoulders. And he will be
called Wonderful Counselor,
Mighty God, Everlasting
Father, Prince of Peace. Of
the increase of his govern-
ment and peace there will
be no end. He will reign on
David's throne and over
his kingdom, establish-
ing and upholding it with
justice and righteousness
from that time on and for-
ever. The zeal of the LORD
Almighty will accomplish
this."
SThe third Sunday of
Advent we light the Candle
of Love. With the coming
of Jesus Christ we are
reminded Christmas hap-
pens when God comes to
us in love through Jesus
Christ and fills us with love
for all humankind. O God,
come to us this Advent sea-
son and give us love in our
hearts for all persons ev-


erywhere. Amen! Read the
words of I John 4:9: "This
is how God showed his love
among us: He sent his one
and only Son into the world
that we might live through
him."
* The fourth Sunday of
Advent we light the Candle
of Joy. Soon we shall cele-
brate the birth of Jesus. We
worship God with joy in our
hearts as we are reminded
of the words the Angel said
on that first Christmas Day,
"Behold, I bring you good
news of greatjoy which will
come to all people." (Luke
2:10). The coming of Christ
is all about joy!
* On Christmas Eve or
Christmas Day we light the
Christ Candle to remind
us of"Good News." We are
gathered as God's people.
to celebrate what Christ's
coming means to each
other. May we all do our


part in encouraging others
to receive the good news of
Christ. Jesus Christ is the
greatest gift who makes all
other gifts possible.

The Rev. Bruce Shef-
field is Pastor of the First
United Methodist Church
of Crestview at 599 Eighth
Ave., Crestview (phone
682-2018). Sunday morning
worship is at 8 a.m. in the
Chapel and 11 a.m. in the
Sanctuary for traditional
services and at 9:12 a.m.
in the Sanctuary for our
contemporary service.
Sunday evening service is
at 6 p.m. in the Sanctuary.
We will hold a Christmas
Eve Candlelight Com-
munion Service at 6 p.m.
in the Sanctuary. All are
invited to join us. Web site:
www.crestviewfumc.com.
E-mail: office@crestview-
fumc.gccoxmail.com


www.crestviewbulletin.com


You are invited to join us at our


Candlelight Christmas Eve Service


December 24,


2008, 6:oo0p.-m.


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Wednesday.

EVENTS

CANTATA: "The Love
of God at Christmas" will be
presented Sunday at 6 p.m.
at Magnolia Baptist Church
of Laurel Hill, located at
3198 Hwy 602, Laurel Hill.
Food and fellowship will fol-
low the service. Everyone
is invited to attend. Details:
652-2900 or 652-2300.
NEW BETHEL
CHRISTMAS PRO-


GRAMS: New Bethel Unit-
ed Methodist Church at
5984 State Road 85 invites
the public to come to the
church Sunday to celebrate
the birth of our Savior. A
Christmas program will be
held at 11 a.m. A showing of
"Miracle on 34th Street" will
be held at 7 p.m. Snacks
will be provided during the
movie. Both programs are
free to the public.
LIVE OAK BAPTIST
CHRISTMAS SCHED-
ULE: Wednesday at 6 p.m.,
the Christmas Eve candle-
light service will be held at
the church, located at 4565
Live Oak Church Road


in Crestview.
BLACKWOOD LEGA-
CY CONCERT: Jan. 8 at 7
p.m. at Valley Road Baptist
Church, 1018 Valley Road,
Crestview. A love offering
will be received.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: are held
on the first Saturday of the
month. Rimds generated
are used for Epiphany Epis-
copal Church's outreach.
Participants may sell
whatever they like at a cost
of $10 per parking space.
Call Mary at 850-665-3437
for details. The church is
located at 424 Garden St. in
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NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL ELECTION

CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Crestview will have the following offices on
the ballot for the March 10, 2009, Municipal Election:
CITY CLERK: for a four (4) year term
CITY COUNCIL, THREE SEATS: for a four (4) year term each
Precinct 1, East Crestview
Precinct 2, West Crestview
Precinct 3, North Crestview
Candidates for Precincts 1, 2, and 3 must be registered electors of Okaloosa County
and reside in the designated city precinct. The City Clerk candidates must be registered
electors of Okaloosa County but may reside anywhere within city limits. Candidates are
elected at large, by plurality.
The qualifying period shall commence at noon on Monday, December 29, 2008, and shall
close at noon on Friday, Jhnuary 2, 2009. All candidates shall qualify with the Supervisor
of Elections office at 302 Wilson St N, Suite 102, Crestview, FL. Papers are now available
in the Supervisor's office.
To qualify, a candidate must file the required papers and a filing fee as follows:
City Clerk: $887.89 ($50 filing fee for the City of Crestview and $837.89, a 1% election
assessment for deposit in the state Elections Commission Trust Fund)
Council: $60.40 ($10 filing fee for the City of Crestview and $50.40, a 1% election
assessment for deposit in the state Elections Commission Trust Fund)
Candidates may have the 1% election assessment waived by filing an Affidavit of Undue
Burden.
Registration books for this election will close on Monday, February 9, 2009. Voting will be
held for registered city residents only in Okaloosa County precincts 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 45,
and 52 on Tuesday, March 10, 2009. Voting is conducted in compliance with Americans
with Disabilities Act; for information or assistance, call 850-689-5600.
Absentee ballots will be available through the Supervisor of Elections offices, in
compliance with state and federal laws.


December 10, 2008
December 20, 2008


Patricia M. Hollarn
Supervisor of Elections
Okaloosa County, Florida


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Local


Saturday, December 20, 2008


Santa LETTERS


These Santa Letters
from Mrs. Cihanowic's
Class at Southside El-
ementary were inadver-
tently omitted from the
"Santa Letters" section in
the Dec. 17 edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin.

Mrs. Cihanowic's Class
Dear Santa,
What are you doing? Please
bring me a bike, scooter, and a
puppy. Love, Gavin
Dear Santa,
How are you? Is it cold? Are you
ok? Do you have a baby? Can I have


candy, a toy duck, and a My Little
Pony? Love, Alyssa
Dear Santa,
How are you? How is Mrs.
Claus? How are the reindeer? Can I
please have a puppy? Love, Amber
Dear Santa,
How is it at the North Pole? -
How is it at the factory? I have been
good. Please bring me a Wii, a fire
truck, and an X-Box. From: Emilio
to: Santa
Dear Santa,
Is it cold at the North Pole?
I've been good. For my mom
and nana can you please bring a
phone? For,my sister please bring


a baby doll. And for me please
bring a phone, a baby doll, and a
puppy. Love, Alicia
Dear Santa,
I want an exvader toy truck.
How is Rudolph? From, Thomas
Dear Santa,
How are you? Does Rudolph's
nose really glow? Can you please
buy me a new pair of shoes, a jacket,
and new nails that are long? Love,
Erin
Dear Santa,
-1 want a DS, PSP, and X-Box
360 please. How are you Santa?
Is there a lotof snow in the North
Pole? Love, Drew


Dear Santa,
How are you?Are you eating
a lot of cookies? Is it really cold at
the North Pole? Please bring me a
Barbie, a dog, and a little reindeer.
Love, Autiana
Dear Santa,
How is it at the North Pole? How
is the Rudolph? How is Mrs. Claus?
How is the snow, is it cold? Please
bring me a book and a dirt bike.
Please bring my sister a Barbie doll.
Love, Dayon
DearSanta,
How is Mrs. Claus? Is Rudolph's
nose glowing? Are the elves working
hard? Please bring me a laptop, Wii,
and a Bratz Doll. Love, Aalaysiah


Dear Santa,
How are you? Is it really cold at
the North Pole? I have been good.
Please bring me a motorcycle, go-
cart, and a dirt bike. Love, John
Dear Santa,
How are the reindeers? I
hope they are ok so they can bring
presents to everybody. Please
bring me a new pair of shoes and
something for my X-Box. Love,
Jayden
Dear Santa,
How is Mrs. Claus? How are
the reindeer? Is it cold at the North
Pole? Please bring me a baby doll. I
have been good. Love, Celeste


Dear Santa,
Please bring me a Polly Pocket,
a Barbie, and a bracelet. Are you
having a good time up there? Love,
Malei
Dear Santa,
How are you doing at the North
Pole? Does it snow up there? How
the elf doing? How is Miss Claus? I
would like a nail polish and earrings.
Love, Latoya
Dear Santa,
How are you feeling? How are
the reindeer? I have been trying to
be a good girl. Please bring me a
Nintendo DS, a bike, and a Barbie.
Thank you, Santa. Love, Nia


Davidson students show respect for their elders


BONDING IN THE KITCHEN: Angela Riseden wrote that her
grandmother, Karin McHenry, is caring and loving.
"She likes to travel and I love to help her cook," Angela
wrote. "I want to be a chef because of her influence."


FUN AND GAMES: Collin Perez talked about his love
and respect for his father, Steven, and how the two
play basketball and cards together. "It was a very
good essay, I was surprised at the things he wrote,"
Steven said.


Photos and story by Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Davidson Middle School
students held their sixth
annual Elder Celebration
this week. Students in Kyla
Scelzi and Marilyn Jones'
seventh-grade Language
Arts classes composed


essays about elders who
played an important role in
their lives.
The students invited
their elders to join them
for coffee and cookies at
the school as a way of cele-
brating their relationships
and thanking them for all
that they have done.


NEIGHBRLY INFLUENCE: Kassi Heringer wrote that her
neighbor, Mary Aderhole, was like a grandmother
to her. "I work for her raking leaves and doing yard
work. Talking to her is like talking to my best friend.
I respect her because of the things she does for me,"
Kassi said. Said Mary: "She's a lovely young lady
and a great helper. I cried when I read the essay."


TWIN RECOGNITION: Melva Harrington was doubly hon- EASY CHOICE: "As soon as Mrs. Jones gave the assign-
ored by her twin sons, Eric and Adam. Eric wrote, "I ment, I knew I would write about Grandma. It was not
respect her the most because she takes care of us and a hard choice," said Caleigh Boone. She wrote about
gives us everything that we need and want." Adam her love and respect for her grandmother, Barbara
added, "I wrote about my mom because I respect her." Boone. "She does everything iinthe world for me."


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Board of
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*At
Tues-
day's meeting we ap-
proved our lease and
inter-local agreement
with the North Okaloo-
sa Fire District for ser-
vices at the Bob Sikes'
Airport in Crestview.
They will be moving
into the new "Station
82," which will be a ben-
efit to not only to the
NOFD service area but
a service benefit to Bob
Sikes Airport as well.
It's a great partnership


COUNTY
COMMISSIONER'S
CORNER

for everyone!
* It was a special
night for Vladimir Ro-
ganov, a county water
and sewer employee
since 2002. He was giv-
en a Proclamation by
the Board for becoming
an American Citizen on
Dec. 12. It was a very
moving experience.
We do live in a great
country!
* Merry Christmas
and Happy Holidays
to all!

"County Commis-
sioner Corner" appears
following county com-
mission meetings-and
rotates between com-
missioners who repre-
sent the News Bulletin's
coverage area.


NOTICE OFMUNICIPAL ELECTION

CITY OF LAUREL HILL, FLORIDA

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Laurel Hill will have the following offices on
the ballot for the March 10, 2009, Municipal Election:
MAYOR: for a four (4) year term
CITY COUNCIL, THREE SEATS: for a four (4) year term each to the three council
candidates with the greatest number of votes
Candidates run at large and must be qualified electors of Okaloosa County residing
within the city limits of the City of Laurel Hill. All candidates are elected at large, by
highest number of votes.
The qualifying period shall commence at noon on Monday, December 29, 2008, and shall
close at noon on Friday, January 2, 2009. All candidates shall qualify with the Supervisor's
office at 302 Wilson St N, Suite 102, Crestview, FL. Papers are novy available in the
Supervisor's office.
To qualify for all offices, a candidate must file the required papers and a filing fee of $10,
pursuant to the city charter.
Registration books for this election will close on Monday, February 9, 2009. Voting will
be held for city residents only at the First Baptist Church of Laurel Hill on Tuesday, March
10, 2009, from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Voting is conducted in compliance with Americans with
Disabilities Act; for information or assistance, call 850-689-5600.
Absentee ballots will be available through the Supervisor of Elections offices, in
compliance with state and federal laws.


December 10, 2008
December 20, 2008


Patricia M. Hollarn
Supervisor of Elections
OkalooSa County, Florida.


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Special to the News Bulletin
Many eighth-graders at
Davidson, Middle School
attended an overnight trip
to' Montgomery, Ala., last
month. The adventure en-
couraged the value of learn-
ing far beyond the limits of
a classroom.
Students saw a live per-
formance of "A Christmas
Carol: The Musical," a spec-
tacular musical adaptation
of Charles Dickens' time-
less tale, at the Alabama
Shakespeare Festival.
Students also sawa show
at the WA. Gayle Planetar-
ium. The planetarium in-
cludes 21 slide projectors,
laser disk video projection,
a new sound system and la-
ser light shows. It features
more than 200 theater-style
seats and is one of the larg-


est planetariums between
Atlanta and New Orleans.
During the past five years,
about 100,000 K-12 students
have attended a variety of
daily educational shows of-
fered at the planetarium.
The adventure also in-
cluded a visit to the Rosa
Parks Library and Mu-
seum. Students entered a
room that has a bus in it
and saw the Rosa Parks
incident that helped spark
the civil rights movement
acted out through virtual
reality. It was as if they
were there when it hap-
pened.
A visit to the Civil Rights
Center and Memorial was
added to the experience.
In addition to state-of-the-
art exhibits and in-depth
information about civil
rights movement martyrs,


the Civil Rights Memorial
Center houses a 56-seat
theater, a classroom for
educational activities, a
section dedicated to con-
temporary social justice is-
sues and the Wall of Toler-
ance (http://www.splcenter.
org/crm/wall.jsp). Those
who placed their names on
the wall used an interactive
touch screen to help make
a personal commitment to
work in their daily lives for
justice, equality and hu-
man rights - the ideals for
which the martyrs of the
civil rights movement died.
Finally, many got a
chance to visit the most
technologically advanced
automobile manufactur-
ing plant in the world. The
Hyundai Plantwas featured
on the History Channel's
"Modern Marvels" series.


Head Start
collects food
for local
organization

FOOD COLLECTION: The
148 children from
five Okaloosa County
Head Start centers in
Crestview and Laurel
Hill worked together
to collect and donate
286 packages of
food to Sharing and
Caring for the Thanks-
giving holiday. The
children range in age
from 8 months to 4
years. June Williams,
an employee at the
Crestview Head Start
Center, is pictured with
the collected canned
goods.

SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
MEMORABLE TRIP: A visit to the Civil Rights Center arid Memorial was part of a
November field trip to Montgomery, Ala., for Davidson Middle School eighth-
grade students.


Six-year-old donates hair to Locks of Love


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Six-year-old Faith Hutto
recently decided to donate
her hair to Locks of Love,
a non-profit organization
that provides hairpieces!
for children suffering from
long-term medical hair
loss.
SFaith made the dona-
tion in memory of her late
grandfather, Homer Hutto,
who passed away due to
cancer.
Faith is the daughter of
Lahana and Tommy Hutto
of Baker. She is a first grad-
er in Mrs. O'Neal's class at
Baker School.
Stylist Bonnie Caden-
head.of The Blonde Bel-
lagio provided Faith's first
haircut at no cost since it
was for worthy cause.
Learn more about the
organization at www.lock-
soflove.org.


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LOVING DONATION: Faith Hutto displays a broad smile
as Bonnie Cadenhead prepares to cut her hair for
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and trees are now half
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of the sale, unless trees are
sold out by then.
The lot is located at
4100 S. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview, and is open to-
day from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Prices are: 3/4-foot tree
$15; 4/5-foot tree $19; 5/6-
foot tree $24. Credit cards
are accepted. Call 800-773-
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USDA FOOD GIVE-
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until the monthly food al-
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at New Beginnings Church,
412 W James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview. Details: Jimmy
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Feb. 13, 2009.
BOSTON BUTT SALE:
The fifth annual Christmas
and New Year's Boston
Butt Sale, with proceeds
benefiting the Duke it Out'
American Cancer Society
Relay For Life team, is un-
derway. Cost is $20 for a de-
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Pick up is Dec. 24 or 31 at
Crestview Publix between 4
and 5 p.m. To order contact,
Loney Whitley at 217-2012
or Chris Cox at 902-1075.
COPS FOR KIDS, spon-
soredbytheCrestviewPolice
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of money, new or used toys,
unwrapped, and clothes,
for their Christmas gift-giv-
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but currently has enough
donations for approximately
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the children this Christmas
in any way, by providing toys
or monetary donations, your
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provided toys are available.
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Iowa Speedway will
play host to a Camping
World Truck Series race on
Sept. 5 in place of the
event that originally was
scheduled for May 23 at
Mansfield Motorsports
Park.
The realignment of the
race was a result of
Mansfield's request that the
event be moved from its
track because of its inabili-
ty to meet the requirements
necessary to remain a
NASCAR-sanctioned facil-
ity.
Track management post-
ed a notice on its Web site
that read: "Due to the eco-
nomic times that we are all
facing, Mansfield
Motorsports Park will not
be hosting the 2009
NASCAR Truck Race. We
will begin processing
refunds immediately.
Please accept our apologies
and please be patient while
we are going through the
refund process. We apolo-
gize for any inconven-


ience."
Mansfield Motorsports
Park had been on the Truck
Series schedule since 2004.
Jack Sprague won the inau-
gural event; Donny Lia
won the 2008 race.
"As of right now, we
will not be staying open.
We have no events
planned," track owner
Mike Dzurilla told the
Mansfield News Journal. "I
dealt with the unfortunate
task of telling my remain-
ing employees that, by
Christmas, they would be
unemployed.
"Unfortunately, this has
been in the works for quite
some time. I tried to pull a
rabbit out of the hat, but
my last option ran out
[Tuesday] night."
MMP hosted eight rac-
ing weekends last season,
but Dzurilla said the reces-
sion forced his-hand.
"This is a purely eco-
nomic decision. We were
unable to locate a title
sponsor."


GEM to cut 65 from

Nationwide program


Gillett Evernham
Motorsports will layoff
about 65 employees in sev-
eral departments as part of
scaling back its Nationwide
Series program next season.
The No. 9 Dodge will
run a partial schedule in the
second-tier series in 2009.
The team will continue to
field at least three Sprint
Cup Series teams -- for
Kasey Kahne, Elliott Sadler
and Reed Sorenson -- and is
in talks with Petty
Enterprises to merge with
that organization and house
its famed No. 43.
"We are a Sprint Cup
team first and foremost, and
winning in that series needs
to be our primary focus,"
CEO Tom Reddin said in a
statement Wednesday. "The


Nationwide Series is a fan-
tastic series ... [but] we will
remained focused on put-
ting all of our effort behind
the Cup program in 2009."
GEM lost sponsor
Unilever to JR Motorsports
at the end of the season and
doesn't have enough spon-
sorship in place to run the
full Nationwide schedule.
Some of the layoffs
came from the engine
department, which is being
reorganized to align with
the number of customers
who lease motors from
GEM.
The engine department
supplied Petty Enterprises
and Robby Gordon
Motorsports last season, but
Gordon is moving to
Toyota in 2009.


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Gordon goes with Toyota


Robby Gordon
Motorsports announced
Tuesday that it will partner
with Toyota beginning in
the 2009 Sprint Cup Series
season.
"We are excited to be
partnering with Toyota in
NASCAR in 2009," said
Robby Gordon, team owner.
"After watching their
progress last season, we
decided that a switch to
Toyota was the right pack-
age for our team. We are
confident that fielding a
Toyota Camry will add to
the success of our organiza-
tion and the competitiveness
of our performance on the
race track."
Toyota's first involve-
ment with Gordon dates
back to 1989 when he
became the youngest grand
national sport truck driver to
win a championship in a
TRD-powered Toyota truck.
Gordon and TRD hope to
continue this successful pat-
tern in the Sprint Cup


Series.
"I've known Robby as a
driver, team owner and-
fierce competitor since
1990," said Lee White, pres-
ident of TRD, U.S.A.
"We've raced together in
Off-Road, IMSA, SCCA
and Indy Car and have
shared many memorable
challenges and victories."
The manufacturer switch
is Gordon's fourth in the last
four years. He previously
ran Chevrolets in 2006 and
Fords in 2007. But just a
week before the 2008
Daytona 500, Gordon part-
nered his No. 7 team's
engine program with Gillett
Evernham Motorsports and
switched to Dodge in the
process..
Gordon's partnership
with GEM, however, turned
rocky late in the season. The
two organizations had
planned to merge, but dis-
agreements in the plans led
to GEM suing Robby
Gordon Motorsports.


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having claims or de- ipate in this proceeding ministration at 1250 N. 004262 S DIVISION P.O. Box 25018 WEST, OKALOSSA having claims or de-
- mands against should contact Court Ad- Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, Tampa, Florida COUNTY FLORIDA mands against
. decedent's estate on NOTICE OF FORECLO- ministration at 101 James FL, 32579' telephone WELLS FARGO BANK, 33622-5018 ACCORDING TO TH decedent's estate on
Whom a copy of this no- SURE SALE Lee Boulevard East, Crest- number (856) 651-7497, NA, F 0 7 0 3 1 0 3 8 PLAT RECORDED IN whom a copy of this no-
tice is required to be view FL, 32536-3515; prior to the proceeding. Plaintiff, NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier PLAT BOOK 19, tice is served within three
ANNUNCEMENT, served must file their NOTICE IS HEREBY telephone number (850 vs. **See Americans with PAGES 5 AND 6, OF months after the date of
1100- Legal Ad . claims with this court GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 689-5000, Extension 12/20/08 Disabilities Act THE PUBUC RECORDS the first publication of this
1110Clasied Notices WITHIN THE LATER nal Judgment of Mort- 7497, prior to the pro- 12/27/08 DUSTIN MATTHEWS, et IMPORTANT OF SAID COUNTY. notice must file their
1120 - Public Notices/ OF THREE MONTHS gage Foreclosure dated ceeding. or Shalimar al, claims with this Court
Announcements AFTER THE TIME OF December 12,2008 and (850) 651-7497 Defendant(s). In accordance with the A/K/A 333 WITHIN THE LATER OF
1125 -carpools& FIRST PUBLICATION entered in Case No. Americans with Disabili- TEQUESTA DRIVE, THREE MONTHS AFTER
Rideshare OF THIS NOTICE OR 2008 CA 000353 S of IMPORTANT Legal # 100465 ties Act, persons with dis- DESTIN, FL 32541 THE DATE OF THE FIRST
1130- Adoptions 30 DAYS AFTER THE the Circuit Court of the NOTICE OF FORE- abilities needing special PUBLICATION OF THIS
1140 - Happy Ads TIME OF FIRST PUBLI- FIRST Judicial Circuit in In accordance with the IN THE CIRCUIT " CLO- accommodation to par- Any person claiming NOTICE OR THIRTY
11 - Peonals CATION OF THIS NO- and for OKALOOSA Americans with Disabili- COURT OF THE FIRST SURE SALE t - an interest in the DAYS AFTER THE DATE
110 found TICE OR 30 DAYS AF- County Florida wherein ties Act, persons with dis- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ipate in this proceeding surplus from the OF SERVICE OF A COPY
TER THE DATE OF COUNTRYWIDE HOME abilities needing special AND FOR NOTICE IS HEREBY should contact Court Ad- sale, if any, other OF THIS NOTICE ON
SERVICE OF A COPY LOANS, INC, is the accommodation to prtic- OKALOOSA GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ministration at 101 than the property THEM.
OF THIS NOTICE ON Plaintiff and ROBERT ipate in this proceeding COUNTY, FLORIDA nal Judgment of Mort- J a m e s owner as of the date All other creditors of the
THEM. FRANK HARTLEY; THE should contact Court Ad- CIVIL ACTION CASE Foreclosure dated Lee Boulevard East, of the Us Pendens decedent and persons
UNKNOWN SPOUSE ministration at 1250 N. NO. 2007 CA december 12, 2008 C r e s t - must file a claim having claims or de-
Leal # 100462 All other creditors of the OF ROBERT FRANK Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, 005801 S DIVISION a n d view, FL, 32536-3515 within sixty (60) mands against the
decedent and other per- HARTLEY N/K/A PATRI- F 32579 telephone entered inCase No. telephone number (850 days after the sale. decedent's estate must
IN THE CIRCUIT sons having claims or de- CIA HARTLEY- GARDEN number 85 651-7497, WELLS FARGO BANK, 2007 CA 004262 S of 689-5000, Extension file their claims with this
COURT IN AND FOR mands against VILLASOW RS'ASSO priortoheroceeding. NA, the Circuit Court of the 7497, prior to the pro- WITNESS MY HAND Court WITHIN THREE
OKALOOSA decedent's estate must CIATION, INC.; are the Plintiff, FIRST Judicial Circuit in ceeding. or Shalimar and the seal of this Court MONTHS AFTER THE
COUNTY FLORIDA file claims with this court Defendants, I will sell to 12/20/08 and for OKALOOSA (850) 651-7497 on, 2008. DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
PROBATE DIVISION WITHIN 3 MONTHS the highest and best bid- 12/27/08 vs- County, Florida wherein Don W. Howard LICATION OF THIS NO-
FILE NO. AFTER THE DATE OF der for cash at IN WELLS FARGO BANK IMPORTANT Clerk of the Circuit Court TWICE.
08-CP-1361 THE FIRST PUBLICA- FRONT OF CLERK'S WAYLON K. FLOWERS, NA is the Plaintiff and By:Beth McDonald ALL CLAIMS, DE-
TION OF THIS NO- FRONT DOOR OF Legal # 10044 et al, DUTIN MATTHEWS;In accordance with the Deputy Clerk MANDS AND OBJEC-
IN RE: ESTATE OF TICE. SHALIMAR ANNEX at Le Defendantss. A L - Americans with Disabili- TIONS NOT SO FILED
SIEGLINDE CRIM, DE- 11:00AM on the 12 IISON MATTHEWS; tiesAct, persons with dis- Publish in Crestview WILL BE FOREVER
CEASED. ALL CLAIMS NOT day of February, 2009 C IN THE CIRCUIT NOTICE OF FORECLO A N Y abilities needing special News Bulletin BARRED.
FILED WITHIN THE the following e scribed COURTOF THE FIRST SURE SALE AND ALL UNKNOWN accommodation to par- Invoice To: Florida De- The date of the firstpubli-
FILED WITHIN THE the following describedd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
NOTICE TO CREDI- TIME PERIODS SET property asset forth in AND FOR PARTIES CLAIMING BY, t i c - fault Law Group, P.L. cation of this Notice is
TORS FORTH IN SECTION said Final Judgment: OKAOOA NOTICE IS HEREBY THROUGH UNDER ipate in this proceeding P.O. Box 25018 November 29, 2008.
733.702 OF THE COUNTYKALOOSA GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- AND AGAINST THE should contact Court Ad- Tampa, Florida
The administration of the FLORIDA PROBATE LOT OR UNIT 11, O nal Judgment of Mort- HEREIN NAMED INDI- ministration at 1250 N. 33622-5018 Personal Representative
estate of SIEGLINDE CODE WILL BE FOR- GARDEN VILLAS, NL CA ae Foreclosure dated VIDUAL DEFENDANTIS) Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, F 0 7 0 4 6 8 7 5 Peggie L. Timpner 1220
CRIM, deceased, whose EVER BARRED. PHASE I, A PLANNED S O 007ICA december 12, 2008 and WHO ARE NOT F', 32579; telephone COUNTRY-CONV Gabriel Drive. Cresview,
date of death was Sep UNIT DEVELOPMENT 005094 S DISION entered in Case No. KNOWN TO BE DEAD number (850) B/C-B-lcurry FL. 32536
tember6, 2008, is end- NOTWITHSTANDING IN SECTION 3 ANK OF AMERICA2007 CA 005801 S of OR ALIVE WHETHER 6 5 1 - 7 4 9 7 , **See Americans with
ing in the Circuit court THE TIME PERIODS TOWNSHIP A OF AMERICA, the Circuit Court of the SAID UNKNOWN PAR- prior to the proceeding. Disabilities Act James E. Moore FL. Bar
Okaoosa County SET FORTH ABOVE SOUTH RANGE 24 NATIONAL ASSOCIA- FIRST Judicial Circuit in TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN IMPORTANT No.: 056540 PO Box
for Okaloosa County, SET FORTH ABOVE, SOUTH, RANGE 24 TION, and for OKALOOSA TEREST AS SPOUSE, 12/20/08 1622 Crestview F or cla
Florida, Probate Division, ANY CLAIM FILED WEST, AS RECORDED Plainiffd OKALOOSA TEREST AS SPOUSE, 12/20/08 1622 Cresview Forida
the address of which is TWO (2) YEARS OR IN PLAT BOOK 6, AT Coun, Florida wherein HEIRS DEVISEES, 12/27/08 In accordance with the 32536 (850)69-1603
Okaloosa CountyCourt- MORE AFTER THE PAGE 95, OF THEvs WELL FARGO BANK GRANTEES OR OTHER Americans with Disabili- Fax (850)689-1862
house Crestview DECEDENT'S DATE OF PUBLIC RECORDS OFMELISSA L DYE A is the Plaintiff and CLAMANT PIER ONE ties Act, persons with dis-E m a I
Florida. The names and DEATH IS BARRED. O K A L O O S A MEUSSA DYE et /A WALON K. FLO WERS; CONDOMI NI UM Legal # 100467 abilities needing special povertycreekiim@aol.com
addresses of the personal COUNTY, FLORIDA ea ERIN N DELL ANGELO A S S O - accommodation to partic- Attorney for Personal
representative anthe Date of the first publica- Defendant(s). are the Defendants, I wi CIATION OF FORT WAL- IN THE CIRCUIT ipate in this proceeding Representative
personarepresentative's tion of the Notice of Ad- A/K/A 229 CARMEL NOTICE OF FORECLO- sell thehighest and TON BEACH INC. COURT OF THE FIRST should contact Court Ad-
attorney are set forth be-ministration: December DRIVE UNIT 11 FORT SURE SALE best r focas F / A JUDICIAL CIRCUIT N ministration at 101 James 11// 2008
low. 20th, 2008. WALTON BEACH, FL IN FRONT OF CLERK S PIER I CONDOMINIUM AND FOR Lee Boulevard East, Crest- 12/06/2008
32547 N IS H FRONT DOOR OF ASSOCIATION, INC.; O KA L O S A view FL, 32536-3515; 12/13/2008
All creditors of the dec- JASON R. MOULTON NIE I EE SHALIMAR ANNEX at TENANT #1 N/K/A COUNTY FLORIDA telephone number (850J 12/20/2008
dent and other persons 660 North Ferdon Boue- Any person claiming n pursuant to a 1100AM on the 12 ROSA NEEJA and TEN- CIVIL ACTION CASE 689-5000, Extension
dent and other persons 660 North Ferdlon Boule-daJm o f Meerl halr 200.9
dard, Suite A an interest in the F datd aof Feruar 2009 ANT #2 N/K/A ISMAEL NO. 2007 CA 7497, prior to the pro-
Crestview, Florida surplus from the mb 2r nd the followgescribe CONTRERAS are the De- 005301 DIVISION ceedin . or Shalimar
32536 sale, if any, other altered C ,rty as set forth in fendants, I will sell to the (850) 651-7497 LEGAL # 120132
850-689-1471 than the property 2007 CA 4 S of saidFinal Judgment: highest and best bidder U.S. BANK NATIONAL
Florida Bar No. owner as the da t C of for cash at IN FRONT ASSOCIATION AS IMPORTANT IN THE CIRCUIT
S F0150126 of the Li d the Circuit Court of the LOT 2, BLOCK A, OF CLERK'S FRONT TRUSTEE OF J.P MOR- COURT OF THE FIRST
o hn torney for Petitioner mu is Pendens FIRST judicial Circuit inC A N RB U RY DOOR OF SHALIMAR GAN ALTERNATIVE In accordance with the JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
Do SomeythPeier mu file a claim and for OKALOOSA WOODS, ACCORD- ANNEX at 11:00AM, LOAN TRUST 2006-A4, Americans with Disabili- ANDFOR
Personal resenCoun Florida wherein ING TO THE PLAT n Plaintiff, ties Act, persons with dis- OKALOOSA
Personal Representative: days after thKe sal e. BA OF AMEICA T R AS RE-
Fr BERT FSMAN NATNAN O A OCIA- CHERDEOF AS RE- the 12 day of January, ' abilities needing special COUNTY, FLORIDA
Good ror ER NATIONAL ASSOCIA- CORDED IN PLAT 2009 the following de- vs. accommodation to partic- CIVILACTION CASE
4604 Butler Court WITNESS MY HAND TION, is the Plaintiff and BOOK 8 PAGE 53, scribed property as set ipate in this proceeding NO.
Crestview, Florida and the seal of this Court MELISA Y BOOK 8 PAGE 53 scribes proe as set phate in this proceeding NO.
Crestview, Florida and the seal of this Court MELISA L DYE A/K/A OF THE PUBLIC REC- forth in said Final Judg- SHAWN A. GRANATO, should contact Court AT- 46-2008-CA000843
Tomorrow 32539 on December 16, 2008. MELISSA DE LS ORDS OF ment: et al, ministrtion at 1250 N. DIVISION FILE
FARGO BANdK N/AI; O K A L 0 O S A THE CONDOMINIUM Defendant(s). Eglin Parkway, Shalimar, NO:F08007769
12/20/08 Don W. Howard are the Defenda'nts Iwill COUNTY, FLORIDA. PARCEL KNOWN AS FL, 32579; telephone
12/27/08 Clerk of the Circuit Court sell to the highest and COUNDA. PARL KNOWN AS F S BA3K
By:Beth McDonald best bidder fr cashat APARTMENT NO. number (85) 651-497 US BANK NATIONAL
Deputy Clerk FRONT OFr ER A/K/A 4s A-114, PIER ONE NOTICEOF FORECLO- prior to the proceeding.' ASSCATIFON, T
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S A/K/A 415 VILLAGE CONDOMINIUM A SURE SALE TRUSTEE FOR THE
_ _* Legal #100463 Publish inFRONT DOOR OF COURT, FORT WAL- CONDOMINIUM, 12/20/08 STRUCTURED ASSET
Legal# 100463 Publish in Crestview SHALIMAR ANNEX at TON BEACH, FL A C - NOTICE IS HEREBY 12/2708 INVESTMENT LOAN
REYCLEI n Bulletin 11:00AM, on the 12 32547 CORDING TO THE GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- TRUST 2006-3
IN THE CIRCUIT Invoice To: Florida De- day of January, 2009 DECLARATION OF al Judgment f Mrt- Paitiff
COURT OF THE FIRST fault Law Group, PL. h o . RDECLARATION OF nal Judgment of Mort- Plainti
COURT OFTHE IRST flt Law Grou, L. e o g described Any personclaiming CONDOMINIUM g Forecosure dated
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT P.O. Box 25018 property as set forth in an interest in the THEREOF RECORDEDand LEGAL# 120119
IN AND FOR Tamp a Florida adset in an interest in the THEREOF RECORDED Iacember ,ii 2008 and LEGAL # 120119 vs.
OKALOOSA 33622-5018 Florida saidFinalJudgment: surplus from the IN OFFICIAL REC- entered in Case No.
OUNTYFLORIDA F 0 8 0 0 0 7 6 2 sale, if any, other ORDS BOOK 742, 2007 CA 005301 of the IN THE CIRCUIT SEAN RAND, et al,
COUNTY FLORIDA F O 82LOT 8, BLOCK B, than the property PAGE 505 OF THE Circuit CourtoftheFIRST COURT OF THE FIRSTDefenant(s).
CIVIL A ONCASE COUNTRYCALSPECFHLQUAIL RUN AC- owner as o the date PUBLIC RECORDS OF Judicial Circuit in and for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
NO. 2008 CA MC-R-ejayska CORDING T6 THE of the Us Pendens O K A L O O S A OKALOOSA Count, AND FOR NOTICE OF FORECLO-
00353 DIVISION **See mericans with FLAT THEREOF AS must file a claim COUNTY FLORIDA Florida wherein U.S OKALOOSA SURE SALE
Disabilities Act RECORDED IN PLAT within sixty (60) AND THE AMEND- BANK NATIONAL AS- COUNTY, FLORIDA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME IMPORTANT BOOK 8, AT PAGES days after the sale. MENTS THEREOF SOCIATION, ASTRUS PRO TE IVSION NOTICE IS HEREBY
Paintiff, In accordance with the PUBLIC RECORDS OF THE AND PURSUANT TO TEE OF J.P MORGAN CASE GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
Plaintiff, In accordicance with Disa PUBLIC RECORDS OF WITNESS MY HAND SURVEY, PLOT PLAN ALTERNATIVE LOAN NO.:2008CP942C nal Judgment of Mort-
VS.Americans with Disabili- O K A L O O S A and the seal of this Court AND GRAPHIC DE- TRUST 2006-A4 is the .ageForeclosure dated
ties Act, persons with dis- COUNTY, FLORIDA. on December 16, 2008. SCRIPTION OF IM- Plaintiff and SHAWN ALES- ecemer
ROBERT FRANK HART- abilities needing specialPTIOM F IN RE: The Estate OF LE m08and
LDefendat(s). accommodation to partic AK/ 015 QAIL Don W Howard RECORDED IN CON- ALL UNKNOWN PAR- Deceased. No46-208-CA-00083
SsHOLLOW DRIVE. Clerk of the Circuit Court DOMINIUM PLAT TIES CLAIMING BY of the Circuit Court of the
MARY ESTHER, FL By:Beth McDonald BOOK , PAGES 62 THROUGH UNDER' NOTICE OF ADMINIS- FIRST Judicial Circuit in
32569 Deputy Clerk AND 63, PUBLIC AND AGAINST TH TRACTION and for OKALOOSA
SnyRperson claim R E C - HEREIN NAMED INDI-County,
SAny personclaiming Publish in Crestview ORDS OF VIDUAL DEFENDANTISI The administration of the US BANK NATIONAL
an interest in the News Bulletin O K A L 0 O 5 A WHO ARE N T estate of LESTER M. ASSOCIATION AS
._ _surplus from the Invoice To: Florida De- COUNTY FLORIDA. KNOWN TO BE DEAD JOSLN, deceased. File TRUSTEE FOR THE
e sa le, if any, other fault LawGroup, PL. TOGETHER WITH AN OR ALIVE WHETHER Number 2008CP942C, STRUCTURED ASSETIN-
tha the roer PO. Box 25018d UNDIVIDED INTER- SAID UNK OWN PAR- is pending in the Circuit VESTMENT LOAN
owner aLs Pothedate Tnms a5018 Florida E T TIES MAYCLAIMANIN- Court for Okaloosa TRUST 2006-3, is the
must file a claim IN THE COMMON EL- TEREST AS SPOUSES County Florida. Probate Plaintiff and SEAN
S s I ust file a claim F 0 7 0 5 6 7 7 7 EMENTS APPURTE- HEIRS DEVISEES Division, the address of RND AY AND A
s anftt within sixty ( e60) NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier NANT THERETO. GRAITEES OR OTHEI which is adthe wOkaloosa UNK N AROTIE
Complete Auto Paintig Ld Cleang& Coasta days after the s . **See Americans with CLAIMANTS MORT- County Courthouse, 101 CLAIMING BY,
includes bodywork in Demoliantion No d Clearobto ing & Coastal Cabinet Refac-hen WITNESS MY HAND Disabilities Act A/K/A 210 PELL- GAGE ELCTRONIC James Lee Blvd. East, THROUGH UNDER
work Demolition. Noobto inNewcustomkitchenH A M REGISTRATION SYS- Crestview, FL 32536. AND AGANST THE
material$500. Also bigorsmall. Call for in 35 days Quality Mate- and the seal of this Court IMPORTANT ROAD UNIT # TEMS INCORPORATED The names nd address HEREIN NAMED INDI-
deductibles not a Ce ltion Guaranteed call . In accordance with the- FOR WALTO CITIMOR IN ; FO e nd the p personal Went HO ARE N D



nrblem. Cla ll8W7Cdisoca auofNob7C0CONTTEhar6IN Cy after the po na F WHHo r cT AE tD
problem. Call We dispose of mobile Todd 850-758-0056 or Don W Howard Americans with Disabili- BEACH, FL 32539 EMERALD LAKES PROP- representative's attorney KNOWN TO BE DEAD
543-3539 homes & buildinsand 850-682-4839 Clerk of the Circuit Court tiesAct, persons with dis- ERTY OWNERS ASSO ar set forth below. OR ALIVEWHETHER
aranspo khem. Call for tBy:Viki Jackson abilities needing special Anyperson claiming ATION INC. are the ALL INTERESTED PER- SAID UNKNOWN PAR
Crpenrand Roof. estimazgte. 543-3539 BA accommodation to partic- an interest in the Defendants, I will sell to SONS ARE NOTIFIED TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
8 I508_0 393 e89-3900 Cae TOD Y! 5i9D oey Clrik pate in this proce d agplus from thet.he highest nd best bid- Totr p s UMS A C ONDOMIN
News Bulletin should contact Court 0 sale, if. any, other der for cash at CREST- All persons on whom this HEIRS DEVISEES
American Concrete Ne li ministration at 1250 N. thai the property VIEW: SOUTH FRONT notice is served who GRANTEES OR OTHE�
FInvoice To: Florida De- Elin Parkway, Shalimar, owner as of the DOOR OF THE objections that chal- CLAIMANTS' TOOKE
Replacements, SidewalksFoxTrotphone d a t e OKALOOSA COUNTY le e the validity of the PLACE CO MN-
lacmnsdwa FaF ToTeS c P.O. Box 25018 number (850651-7497, of the Us Pendens C 0 U R T H 0 U S E wilthe qualifications of UMS OWNERSASSCI-
Lic/Insured. F .eam Dret u No job to large or small,t Tama, Florida prior tothe proceed ng. the personal representa- ATIONf INC. - DIS-
Free est. 543-7743 Centipede, St. Augustine, Free Estimates. Split firo"33- 1 must file a claim SHALIMAR: IN FRONT the pernl orepresenta- AON INC.he DeS-
Zoysia, Bermuda. wood oak & pecan F3 7 0 4 0 2 2 6 12/20/08 within sixty (60) OF CLERK'S FRONT tive venue, or jurisdiction SOLE6; are the Defend-
� We deliver & install. LIC/INS Call Pa Cr days after the saleX DOOR OF SHALIMAR of thisCourtarerequired ants, I will sell to the
S Call 244-6651 850-398-7677 NMNC-CONV-R-khart- 12/27/08theirobectins highest and best bidder
Suncoast Sod Farms ......... ........ "ANNEXat11:00AM,onwith ' f thir s ourtW on shi a tS bIMAR
Suncoast_____od _ Fam m~**See Americans with WITNESS MY HAND the 12 dayof January, wih this Court THIN for cash at SHALIMAR:
ArDisabilities Act and the seal of this Court 2009, the following de- THE LATER OF THREE IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
Disabilities Actenr Legal # 100466 on December 15, 2008. scribed prop a De O F THE FISPU HAM R A X
AffodabemhmeiepaIMOTNa astDTorth in n ug- THE FIRST PUB- SHALIMAR ANNEX at
682-1963 or 259-7285 TEPGood For IMPORTANT IN THE CIRCUIT Clerk of the Circuit Court meant: LICATION OF THIS NO- 11:00AM, on the 8 day
Harold Gaines Tomorrow In accordance with the COURT OF THE FIRST By:Viki Jackson TICE OR THIRTY DAYS of Jan, 2009, the follow-
Repairs, Remodelng, Holiday Savngs Americans with Disabili- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Deputy Clerk LOT 13 EMERALD AFTER THE DATE OF ing described property as
Additions, Concrete/ Specials & Spa treat- ties Act, persons with dis- AND FOR LAKES PHASE III BE- SERVICE OF ACOPYOF set forth in said Final
PArkIngCotW me n. GtEsLE abilities needing special OKALOOSA Publish in Crestview ING A PORTION OF THIS NOTICE ON Judgment:
ParkingLtWr k, ments. Gift certificatesC accmmodatio OUNTY FLORIDA News Bulletin UNSECTIONALIZED THEM. UNIT L TOOKE
Lc #RG005399. Shop Ca I .! ipate in this proceeding CIVIL ACTION CASE Invoice To: Florida De- TOWNSHIP 2 All creditors of the deco- PLACE C-NDOMINI-
8c50 -38900 should contact Court Ac- NO. 2007 CA fault Law Group, P.L. SOUTH, RANGE 22 dent and other persons UMS, A CONDOMIN-
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IUM ACCORDING TO
THE DECLARATION
OF CONDOMINIUM
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK
2690 AT PAGE 2889
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA,
TOGETHER WITH AN
UNDIVIDED INTEREST
IN THE COMMON EL-
EMENTS IF ANY, AP-
PUR TENANT
THERETO, SUBJECT
TO AND 1 ACCORD-
ANCE WITH THE
COVENANTS, CON-
DITIONS RESTRIC-
TIONS, TERMS, AND
OTHER PROVISIONS
OF SAID DECLARA-
TION.
A/K/A 125 TOOKE
STREET UNIT L, FORT
WALTON BEACH, FL
32548
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on Dec. 4, 2008.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Vikki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018a, Florida
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515;
telephone number
(850 689-5000, Exten-
sion 7497, prior to the
roceedinq. or Shalimar
(850)651-7497
IMPORTANT
Irn accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad
ministration at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (856)651-7497,
prior to proceeding.
'12/20/2008
12/27/2008 "


LEGAL # 120134
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
46-2008-CA-001093
DIVISION FILE
NO:F08012086

WELLS FARGO
BANK N.A., AS
TRUSTEE FOR MER-
RILL LYNCH MORT-
GAGE INVESTORS
TRUST MORTGAGE
LOAN ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES
2003-OPTI,


P.O. Box 25(
Tampa,
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance
Americans w
ties Act, person
abilities neec
accommodation
ipate in this
should contact
ministration at
Lee Boulevard
view, FL, 32
telephone nu
689-5000,
7497, prior
ceeding. or
(850) 51-74
IMPORTANT


)18 FILE NO:FO8006641 AND 66, PUBUC REC- ipate in this proceeding Food Service/Hosp.
Florida ORDS OF should contact Court Ad-
O KAL OOS A ministration at 1250 N. Deli/Food NEW ..A..,
THE BANK OF NEW COUNTY, FLORIDA. Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar,
YORK TRUST COM- F, 32579 telephone Service Manager .,y /
PANY N.A. AS SUC- A/K/A 203 GRACIE number (85) 651-7497, . Baker, 3br, 1ba + 6 ac- Individual wants to ,'
ce with the CESS6R TO LANE, NICEVILLE, FL prior to the proceeding. Tom Thumb Food Stores res As is, ou maintain, b u i
'ith Disabili- JPMORGAN CHASE 32578 is currently accepting ap- $650. Cal house for investment.
ons with dis- BANK N.A. AS TRUS- 12/20/2008 plications for an experi- 850-217-8209 Call
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ling special IEEI
on to partic- Plaintff,
proceeding
ct Court Ad-
101 James vs.
I East, Crest-
2536-3515;
mber (850 RICHARD ERNEST
Extension FANION, et al,
to the pro- Defendant(s).
r Shalimar
497
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE


Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on December 16, 2008.
Don W: Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By:Beth McDonald


12/27/2008








2100- Pets
2110-Pets: Free to
Good Home


In accordance with the NOTICE IS HEREBY Deputy Clerk 2120- Pet Supplies
Americans with Disabili- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 2130- Farm Animals/
ties Act, persons with dis- nal Judgment of Mort- Florida. Default Law Supplies
abilities needing special gage Foreclosure dated Group, P.L. 2140-Pets/Livestock
accommodation to partic- December 12, 2008 and P.O. Box 25018 2150- Pet Memorials
ipate in this proceeding entered in Case No. Tampa, Florida
should contact Court Ad- 46-2008-CA-000729 of 33622-5018
ministration at 1250 N. the Circuit Court of the
E 5lin Parkway, Shalimar, FIRST Judicial Circuit in IMPORTANT 21OO
FL, 32579; telephone and for OKALOOSA
number (856)651-7497, County, Florida wherein In accordance with the
prior to the proceeding. THE BANK OF NEW Americans with Disabili- ..,rfW r Af
YORK TRUST COM- ties Act, persons with dis-
12/20/2008 PANY, N.A. AS SUC- abilities needing special
12/27/2008 CESSOR TO accommodation to partic- Chihuahua Pups. Long
JPMORGAN CHASE ipate in this proceeding Chihuahu Pups. Long
BANK N.A. AS TRUS- should contact Court Aa- ca R male, 2 fem.
LEGAL # 120135 TEE is the Plaintiff and ministration at 101 James C h' , ea or
RICHARD ERNEST FAN- Lee Boulevard East, Crest- 850-682-6 m a s
IN THE CIRCUIT ION; CHON SUN FAN- view, FL, 32536-3515; 850-682-6985
COURT OF TH E FIR ST ION; are the Defend- telephone number (850 Chorkie puppies 7 weeks
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ants, I will sell to the 689-5000, Extension old $250. 682-5259
IN AND FOR highest and best bidder 7497, prior to the pro-rC-
OKALOOSAR for cash at SHALIMAR: ceeding. or Shalimar For Sale: Reg. CKC Chi
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN FRONT OF CLERK'S (850) 651-7497 huahua puppies.Long
CIVIL ACION CASE FRONT DOOR OF and Call 850-902-7275
N.2 -CA-- SHALIMAR ANNEX at IMPORTANT Horse boarding available
DMSION FILE d ofJnuary, 2009I the call for more info.
N0 0602206 day of a6nuay2009 In accordance with the9 72 more info
NO:F06022 6 the following described Americans with Disabili- 902-7275
property as set forth in ties Act, persons with dis- Teacup Chihuahua's
DEUTSCHE BANK said Final Judgment: abilities needing special Ready for Christmas.
NATIONAL TRUST LOT 10, CRYSTAL accommodation to partic- $300. Call Diane
NOMPANY AS TRUST LAKE ESATES, AC- ipate in this proceeding 652-4122
COMPANY AS TRUS- CORDING TO THE should contact Court Ad-
POOLINGDER AND PLAT THEREOF AS ministration at 1250 N.
SERVICING AGREE- RECORDED IN PLAT Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
MENT SERIES RAST BOOK 10 PAGE 31, FE 32579; telephone 1 2120
N20o6-A6I KPUBLIC RECORDS OF number (850) 651-497, Jack Onex:
a200 f-A6 O KA LO O SA prior to the proceeding. Happy Jack Onex:
Plaintiff, COUNTY, FLORIDA. wound dressing repels


vs.
GEORGE F.


COMBS,


A/K/A 111 CRYSTAL
LAKE LANE VALPA-
RAISO, FL 32580


12/2U/2U08
12/27/2008


Defendantss. Any person claiming an LEGAL #120133
Defendantss. interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any, IN THE CIRCUIT
NOCE OF FORECLO-other than the proper COURT OF THE FIRST
NOTICE FFORECL owner as of the date of JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
SURE SALE the Lis Pendens must file IN AND FOR
NOTICE IS HEREBY a claim within sixty (60) OKALOOSA
NOTICE IS HEREBY days after the sale. COUNTY, FLORIDA
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- SMY HAND CIVIL ACTION
Bqg Joreclosure dated and the seal of this Court CASE NO.
December 12, 2008 and on December 16, 2008. 200D7C00N2638-S
entered in Case No. Don W Howard NO.:F07015464
2007-CA-25-S of the Cir- Clerk of the Circuit Court
cuit Court of the FIRST Ju- HH MORTGAGE
dicial Circuit in andtor By:-Beth McDonald CORPORATION,
OKALOOSA CounrB McDonald CORPORATION,
OKALOOSA CreinDE Deputy Clerk Plaintiff,
SCHE BANK NATIONAL Florida Default La VS.
TRUST COMPANY AS oda Default Law vs
TRUSTEE UNDER T.HE GoPl,nR


POOLING AND SERVIC-
ING AGREEMENT
SERIES RAST 2006-A6, is
the Plaintiff and
GEORGE F. COMBS;
BARBARA A. COMBS;
DESTINY EAST OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION.
INC.; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and- best bidder
for cash at IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF SHALIMAR
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 12 day of February,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:


Prainnir, LOT 78 OF PHASE
ONE OF DESTINY
EAST, ACCORDING
vs. TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 16 PAGE
TODD WILLARD 23-27 OF THE PUB-
TINGLEY, et al, ' LIC RECORDS OF
Defendantss. OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
NOTICE OF FORECLO- A/K/A 4757 BON-
SURE SALE AIRE CAY, DESTIN, FL
32541


NOTICE IS HEREBY Any person
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- interest in 1
nal Judgment of Mort- from the sa
qage Foreclosure dated other than t0
December 12, 2008 and owner as ofI
entered in Case Noa. the Lis Pende
46-2008-CA-001093 of a claim with
the Circuit Court of the days after the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in WITNESS t
and for OKALOOSA andtheseal
County, Florida wherein on Deember
WELLS FARGO BANK on December
N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR Don W How
MERRILL LYNCH MORT- Clerkof the C
GAGE INyESTORS By: BethMcC
TRUST MORTGAGE Deputy Clerk
LOAN ASSET-BACKED eputy Clerk
CERTIFICATES, SERIES Florida " De
2003-OPT1 is the Plain- Groud P.L
tiff and TODD WILLARD P O .ox 25
TINGLEY; OPTION ONE Ta- ,
MORTGAGE CORPORA- 3362'50128
TION A CALIFORNIA
CORPORATION; are IMPORTANT
the Defendants, (will sell
to the highest and best In accordant
bidder for cash at Americans w
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT ties Act person
OF CLERK'S FRONT abilities neec
DOOR OF SHALIMAR accommodate
ANNEX at 11:OOAM, on pate inthis
the 12 day of January, should conta
2009, the following de -ministration al
scribed property as set Lee Boulevard
forth in said Final Judg- view, FL, 32
ment: telephone nu
LOT 6, BLOCK 3, 689-5000
BRYN MAWR PAR 7497, prior
FIRST ADDITION, AC- ceedin., or
CORDING TO PLAT (850)651-74
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 3, PAGE IMPORTANT
22 IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF In accordant
CIRCUIT COURT, Americans w
O K A LOOS A tiesActpes
COUNTY, FLORIDA., ilit' persi


A/K/A 240 ARGYLE
COURT MARY ES-
THER, FL 32569


claiming an
the surplus
le, if any,
fe property
the date of
ens must file
n sixty (60)
e sale.
MY HAND
of this Court
r16, 2008.
yard
Circuit Court
)ona

fault Law
)18
Florida


:e with the
,ith Disabili-


ruies and KilIS natcning
larae. Prevents infection.
P r o m o t e s
healing...OKALOOSA
GRAIN FEED STORE
6 8 2 - 9 3 3 3
www.happyjack
inc.com


3100- Antiques
3110- Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 -Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 -Business
Fniinment


Tampa Florida' ERIC M. SMITH, et al, 3170 - Collectibles
33622-5018 Defendant(s). 3180- computers
3190 - Electronics
IMPRTAT 3200 - Firewood
IMPORTANT NOTICE OF FORECLO- 3220 - Furniture
SC E SAE 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
In accordance with the SURE SALE 3240 -Guns
Americans with Disabili- 3250 - Good Things to Eat
ties Act, persons with dis- NOTICE IS HEREBY 3260 - Health & Fitness
abilities needing special GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
accommodation to pqrtic- nal Judgment of Mart- 3280 - Machinery/
pate in this proceeding gage Foreclosure dated Equipment
should contact Court AT- December 12, 2008 and 3290 Medical Equipment
ministration at 101 James entered in Case No. 3310 - Musical nstments
Lee Boulevard East, Crest- 2007-CA-002638-S of 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
view, FL, 32536-3515- the Circuit Court of the Supplies
telephone number (850) FIRST Judicial Circuit in 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
689-5000, Extension and for OKALOOSA 3340 - Sporting Goods
7497, prior to the pro- County Florida wherein 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
ceedi'nq or Shalimar PHH MORTGAGE COR-
(850) 651-7497 PORATION, is the Plain-
tiff and ERIC M. SMITH;
IMPORTANT KATHRYN SMITH; 31 _
MORTGAGE ELEC-
In accordance with the TRONIC REGISTRATION
Americans with Disabili- SYSTEMS, INCORPO-
ties Act, persons with dis- RATED, AS NOMINEE EW T
abilities needing special FOR PHH MORTGAGE
accommodation to portic- CORPORATION- are Steel Buildings- All
ipate in this proceeding the Defendants, I will sell sizes discounted. Can
should contact Court Ac- to the highest and best construct. Local Dealer
ministration at 1250 N bidder for cash at IN Consultant. Save-Save &
E in Parkway, Shalimar, FRONT OF CLERK'S Deals of Deals
F 32579telephone FRONT DOOR OF www.sc rcomne 850
number (856) 651-497 SHALIMAR ANNEX at Source#RN. Phone 850
prior to the proceeding.' 11:00AM, on the 12 391-0204
day of February 2009,
12/20/2008 the following described 3
12/27/2008 property as set forth in
said Final Judment: 3200
--LOT 9, BORCKKEL FIREWOOD FOR
SANTA MARKELLA SALE:
LEGAL # 120137 SUBDIVISION FORT S & ecan Pick
WAKL LON EACH Split Oak &iPecan. Pick
WALTON BEACH,(up_ or delivery Call
0 K A LO A 9
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY FLORIDA -398-7677
COURT OF THE FIRST ACCORDING OTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PLAT THEREOF, AS
IN AND FOR RECORDED IN PLAT
OKALOOSA BOOK 2 PAGE 126, 3220
COUNTY, FLORIDA OF THE PUBLIC REC- A Brand Name King Pil-
CIVIL ACTION CASE ORDS OF lowtop set. New in'Plas-
NO. 2007- CA - 0 K A L OO S A tic w/warr. $200. Can
005919S DIVISION COUNTY, FLORIDA. Deliver 850-471-0330
FILE NO:F07062623
A/K/A 53 SILVA All Brand New Queen
SUNTRUST BANK, DRIVE NW, FORT Pillowtop Set. In plastic
N.A., WALTON BEACH, FL w/warrr. $165. Delivery
Plaintiff, 32548 a v a i la b I e
850-255-3050
Any person claiming an Bed A 100% all new Full
vs. interest in the surplus
from the sale, if an, sze mattress set in plastic
other thanthe proery w/warranty.$119.00
JOHN M. GRANADE, owner as of the date of 850-471-0330


ons with dis- et al,
ling special Defendant(s).
on to partic-
proceeding
t Court AT- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
t101 James SURE SALE
I East, Crest-


2536-3515;
mber (850)
Extension
to the pro-
r Shalimar
497


ce with the
vith Disabili-
ons with dis-
Ii . 1


accommodation to partic-
ipate' in this proceeding
should contact Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
Fnlin DPnr1k..nv, Sknimn:~r


Any person claiming an F ) 32579-
interest in the surplus number (856) 6
from the sale, if any prior to the pro
other than the property
owner as of the date of 12/20/2008
the Lis Pendens must file 12/27/2008
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court LEGAL # 120
on December 16, 2008. IN THE CI


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.


telephone
65 1-7497,
oceeding.



0136
RCi UIT


COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.
46-2008-CA-000729


the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this Court
on December 16,


NOTICE IS HEREBY v,
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Don W. Howard
nal Judgment of Mort- Clerk of the Circuit Court
gage Foreclosure dated By: Beth McDonald
December 12, 2008 and Deputy Clerk
entered in Case No.
2007 CA 005919 S of Florida Default Law
the Circuit Court of the Grou P.L
FIRST Judicial Circuit in P.O. Box 25018
and for OKALOOSA Tampa, Florida
County, Florida wherein 33622-5018
SUNTRUST BANK N.A.,
is the Plaintiff and JOHN IMPORTANT
M. GRANADE; APRIL M.
GRANADE; MORTGAGE In accordance with the
ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- Americans with Disabili-
TION SYSTEMS, INCOR- ties Act, persons with dis-
PORATED AS NOMI- abilities needing special
NEE FOR SUNTRUST accommodation to partic-
MORTGAGE, INC.; are ipate in this proceeding
the Defendants, I will sell should contact Court Ad-
to the highest and best ministration at 101 James
bidder far cash at IN Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
FRONT OF CLERK'S view FL 32536-3515;
FRONT DOOR OF telephone number (850
SHALIMAR ANNEX at 689-5000, Extension
11:00AM, on the 12 7497, prior to the pro-
day of January 2009 ceeding. or Shalimar
the following described (850) 651-7497
property as set forth in
saidFinal Judgment: IMPORTANT
LOT 48, WOODRIDGE
PHASE I, ACCORD- In accordance with the
ING TO THE PLAT Americans with Disabili-
THEREOF AS RE- ties Act, persons with dis-
CORDED IN PLAT abilities needing special
BOOK 19, PAGES 65 accommodation to partic-


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Friday
Motor City Bowl
Florida Atlantic (6-6) vs.
Central Michigan (8-4),
6:30 p.m.

Dec. 27
Champs Sports Bowl
Florida State (8-4) vs.
Wisconsin (7-5), 3:30 p.m.
Emerald Bowl
California (8-4) vs. Miami
(7-5), 7 p.m.

Dec. 31
Chick-fil-A Bowl
LSU (7-5) vs. Georgia Tech
(9-3), 6:30 p.m.

Jan. 1
Capital One Bowl
Georgia (9-3) vs.
Michigan State (9-3), noon
Rose Bowl
Southern Cal (11-1) vs.
Penn State (11-1), 4 p.m.
Orange Bowl
Cincinnati (1 1-2) vs.
Virginia Tech (94), 7 p.m.

Friday, Jan. 2
Sugar Bowl
Utah (12-0) vs. Alabama
(12-1), 7 p.m.
Monday, Jan. 5
Fiesta Bowl
Texas (11-1) vs. Ohio
State (10-2), 7:30 p.m.

Thursday, Jan. 8
BCS National
Championship
Florida (12-1) vs.
Oklahoma (12-1), 7p.m.


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Seth Strickland has roots in LHS basketball program


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL - Seth Strick-
land understands a thing or
two about the history of Laurel
Hill basketball.
As is the case with most of
his Hobo teammates, the junior
post player has been raised on
the game the small community
loves so much.
Strickland's basketball
roots are part of the Hobo bas-
ketball tree. His father, Timmy
Strickland, was a member of
the 1984 Laurel Hill team that
lost to Miami Kendall Acres 78-
62 in the state championship
game.
Seth is well aware of what
his father's teams accom-
plished. So is LHS coach Kent
Zessin, who has known the el-
der Strickland for more than 20
years.
"It's tough because you
want to be like your dad,"
Strickland said. "All you want
to do is get to state and win a
championship.
"But you have to work hard
in the gym to get there."
Zessin thinks Timmy's suc-
cess as a player makes his job
easier as Seth's coach.
"Any time you have a par-
ent,that has been there they
understand what it takes (to
be successful)." Zessin said.
"Timmy was a great player in
high school, and I've played


with. him myself on many in-
tramural-type pickup games.
Him and I kind of think alike
on what it takes as far as the
effort and amount of effort and
work and time it takes to be-
come a good player."
The elder Strickland wants
Zessin to push his son to be the
best player possible.
"Timmy says, 'Cut him no
slack and stay on him,'" Zessin
said. "That's because Timmy
wants what is best for Seth,
and that is to make him a good
player. He knows what it takes,
and Seth kind of knows what it
takes, but he's just learning.it.
"He's still a little young.
He has all the tools to become
a player, and if he can set his
mind to it and get to work and
get his work ethic where it
needs to be, I think he's going
to be a fine player one day."
Seth has a lot of stories
about that 1984 team and the
price it paid to make it to the
state finals under coach Jerry
Hester.
"They'd come in every day,"
he said. "They'd just run, run,
run and shoot, shoot, shoot.
"And they hal a good coach,
ard they set a goal and did it."
Seth said he occasionally
plays his dad in one-on-one
games.
"He still beats me most of
the time," Seth said. "It's fun
because I know he was good
at the game, and I want to be


good at it too, so it's fun to com-
pete against him.
Many of the things Zessin
saw in Timmy through the
years he now sees in Seth.
"I see a lot of traits in both
Seth and Timmy," he said.
"Playing with Timnny before
and having hung around with
him, I see a lot of Timmy in
Seth, and some of the things
Seth does kind of reminds me
of Timmy.
"He's not quit the leaper
Timmy was, because Timmy
could jump out of the gym and
get up there and throw it down
pretty easily. Seth has got to
get a little stronger if he wants
to be that way. I think if he sets
his mind to it, he will."
Zessin said Seth might pass
the ball better than Timmy.
And, because the 3-point shot
wasn't around in Timmy's day,
Seth definitely has the better
long-range shot.
The way Seth most resem-
bles Timmy is the thing you
can't measure with shooting
percentages or vertical jumps.
"I see the desire to win (in
Seth) and the desire to play
hard," Zessin said. "Those are
the characteristics that Timmy
had."

Visit our online Laurel
Hill boys basketball reference
page to look up current stats
for Strickland and the rest of
the Hoboes.


Baker triumphs in clash of unbeatens


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Baker used the inside
game of Stephen Shel-
ley and Jarrod Batson
and the outside game of
Chad Donley to take a 59-
53 win against Paxton on
Tuesday in a matchup of
unbeaten teams.
The .Gators (8-0) hit
eight 3-pointers. Donley
connected on three of
them on his way to a 19-
.point night to open up the
inside for Shelley.
Shelley, who had one
of the Baker 3-pointers,
did most of his damage
around the basket on his
way to a game-high 20-
points.
"One of our offensive
focuses was to get the
ball on the inside," Baker
coach Mike Martello said.
"Every time you get the
ball to the inside it loos-


ens up the outside for us.
"We felt over all they
couldn't match up with us
man for man as a team.
They play a great team
game, but man to man
we were trying to get dif-
ferent individuals open
tonight and it worked for
us."
The Gators opened
the fourth quarter with
six consecutive points
to get to the largest lead
of the night at 51-40 with
6:17 left in the game. .
Paxton scored the
next 10 points to pull to
within a point with 3:44
left to play The Bobcat
run ended when Shelley
scored an old fashion 3-
point play to put the Ga-
tors up by four and seal
Paxton's fate.

See more photos from
the Baker-Paxton game
at www.crestviewbulle-
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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
GATOR GOING FOR TWO: Baker's Jarrod Batson (with ball)
looks to shoot, but is guarded closely by Paxton's big
Zack Vickers.


I I


Golf tips from

the Pro: Finesse

the flop shot

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

In this week's Golf
Tips from the Pro,
Heritage Plantation
PGA teaching pro Jeff
Marks talks about the
flop shot you might
want to try when you
are wanting to get
over a bunker or sim-
ply stop the ball close
to the pin when hit-
ting to the green.
Today I thought we
would talk about how to
hit a nice lrile. flop shot
where if you are trying
Sto hit over a bunker
to a very close pin place-
ment.
I have a 60-degree
wedge, which is what I
recommend for that shot.
With a 60-degree wedge
you are not going to have
a lot of bounce on the
bottom of the club. (Your
bounce how high the
back edge of the club is
compared to the leading
edge).
This club is going to
have about four degrees,
and it almost looks straight.
There isn't much bounce
on the bottom. So on a
sand wedge you are go-
ing to find your bounce
angle is 12 to -14 degrees
as opposed to a lob
wedge, which doesn't
have much.
The reason is this club
is designed to hit off of
real tight lies and get the
ball up in the air - kind of
a finesseshot type club.
There are a lot of
schools of thought on this
shot. What I like to do,
with a 60-degree because
I want to maintain the loft
on the club, I will keep my
hands fairly
even - not too far in front.
If you want to forward
press about an inch, that
would be great. I play the
ball just ahead of middle.
I even like to open up
the club where the toe of
the club is pointed back
because that gives it more
loft.
The key to hitting this
shot is you have to hit
down on the golf ball with
very quiet hands. What I'
.mean by that is when I get
to impact I want to hold
my hands.and not release
so much. What you will
find is you won't compress
the golf ball and it will go
straight up in the air and
come down very soft.
With most people you
can hit it anywhere from
10-15 feet to maybe 35-
40 yards at the most.
I This is a shot like Phil
Mickelson hits. He'll hit it
a lot in competition. A lot
of tour pros won't because
it's not a high percentage
shot.
If you practice it a bit, I
think playing your buddies
for a couple of dollars you
can pull it off.
The key to this shot
is keeping your weight
slightly toward your front
side and dead hands at
impact.
This is a great shot to
know, especially in the
wintertime when the greens
get so dried out because
it's so windy. It's an easy
shot to use to stop your
golf ball.
If you have a golf
question for Jeff
Marks you can e-
mail it to News Bul-
letin Sports Editor
Randy Dickson at
randyd@crestview-
bulletin.com. Or you
can mail it to: Ran-
dy Dickson, 295 W.
James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 32536.