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Hard work, hard choices




Rep. Brad Drake recaps state legislature's special session


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Kyle Wright
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Brad Drake hasn't rested on his
laurels since winning the Florida
House of Representatives District
5 seat in the 2008 election.
In fact, he hasn't rested much
at all.
Drake was awake at 6:50 a.m.
Tuesday morning to prepare for
a trip to Crestview to address the
local Chamber of Commerce Gov-
ernmental Issues Committee.
This was after falling asleep
at 6:17 a.m. following a full day of
work Monday and then a night of
responding to well-wishers from
the 2008 election.
Drake (R-Eucheeanna) said the
20-plus hour days weren't uncom-
mon during his first month as Dis-
trict 5's new state representative,
but he isn't complaining.
"It's what I asked to do," Drake
said. "I want to work very hard aid
do everything I can to get us ready.
for next session and on down the
road."
Drake took time during his ap-
pearance in Crestview on Tuesday
to discuss the legislature's recent-
ly completed special session and
issues the legislaturecould face in
its upcoming regular session.

Special session
The legislature trimmed $2.6
billion fronf the state budget dur-
ing its special session earlier this
month.
"We were faced with the chal-
lenge of a bleak economic forecast,
and because the state literally ran
out of money, we had to go to Tal-
lahassee to pay the bills," Drake
said. "Basically, we kicked the can
down the road to buy some time.
"I'm not going to tell my con-
stituents that everything is rosy.
It's going to be a challenge. We've
got to come together as a state and
come to an agreement to do what
is in the best interest in the state."
Drake said Florida's constitu-
tional requirement for a balanced
budget forced the legiSlature to
make some tough choices, but said
the national government would be
well served to follow a similar ex-
ample.
"Congress is just out of control,"
he said. "That's why we're in ter-
rible economic conditions now, be-
cause we overextended ourselves
at the federal level."
"We don't have that option. We


have to be fiscally responsible. It
was not fun or humorous, but hope-
fully down the road when things
look brighter we can say it wasn't
Sfun or easy but we did the things
we were supposed to do and cre-
ated an economic climate where
business could flourishagain."

Transportation
"It's one of the biggest issues
we face," Drake said.
The good news: Drake was ap-
pointed to the House Transporta-.
tion and Economic Development
Appropriations Committee. So,
Drake has a voice on the commit-
tee that determines what roads
are needed and what projects get
'funded.
The bad news: "There is no
money, so that makes it a little
more challenging," Drake said.
Drake noted central and south


Florida increased its transporta-
tion options by implementing a
system of toll roads.
"I hope it doesn't getto the level
where just to meet basic needs we
have to toll every road," he said,
"But if there are places where
people want to invest into toll in-
frastructure and the community is
behind it, we should offer that up
for consideration."
(Committee members noted
past feasibility studies indicated
the cost of a toll bypass around
Crestview would be cost prohibi-
tive).

Education .
Drake 'noted most of his family
worked in education,and it pained
him to see cuts made in the state's
funding for schools.
"I certainly have passion and
heart for education," he said.


"When you have to make tough de-
cisions, you have to be honest with
yourself and. the public and make
a prudent decision we have to live
with for the next year."
Drake noted the legislature
allotted $6,861 per student, still
considerably more than $4,406 per
student allotted in 1994. The num-
ber peaked at about $7,000 per stu-
dent last year.
"It's like Christmas. Someyears
you are blessed, and some years
Santa's buggy isn't big enough to
carry those toys," he said.

Sales tax exemptions
Drake said he keeps a printout
of the 600-plus items exempt from
state sales tax, a list that includes
some questionable items.
Eliminating some of those ex-
emptions could help the state gen-
erate revenue.
"If you look at the list, it is
somewhat sickening to see some
special interest groups put legis-
lation in place to benefit one small
group of people, and you and I will
never enjoy that benefit," he said.
"We really need to dig in and see
if there are some exemptions that
are outright ridiculous. I know
there are."

Taxes
SDrake was asked if he would
support a bill proposed by Sen.
Don Gaetz (R-Niceville) that
would prohibit government enti-
ties' use of taxpayer funds in po-
litical campaigns.
"Iwould do everything I can to
support it," Drake replied. "I think
it's insane for tax dollars to be used
in a political manner to be used to
advocate for or against anything.
To spend tax dollars to push a po-
litical agenda is ridiculous.
"Any bill that will result in a tax
increase on the citizens, I'm not
going to be in favor of it."

Its been a challenge'
"The question Iam asked most
often, do you enjoy your job?"
Drake said. "They say, 'You picked
heck of a time to get elected.'
"It has been challenge, but it
also presents opportunities to
meet those challenges."
Post your thoughts oft Rep.
Drake's performance during his
first month in office at www.crest-
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Thigpen: School budget ax about to fall


Various programs and services on the chopping block


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Okaloosa County School
District's School Board has met,
and,the outlook ain't rosy.
That's the blunt assessment
from the north county's school
board member, Cathy Thigpen.
As a result of budget cuts made
during a recent session of the state
legislature, the Okaloosa School
District could be. facing cuts as
deep as $20 million in the 2009-2010
school year budget, Thigpen said.


"We are preparing our- The next round will al-
selves for an additional most certainly have some
eight to 12 percent reduc- impact on those areas,
tion in funding, resulting Thigpen lamented.
in a loss potential of 20 mil- "No programs are pre-
lion dollars," Thigpen said. cious," she said. "I value all
"Our superintendent, her programs and personnel,
staff, principals and SACs but we as a district must
are developing their lists CATHY and will make deep cuts."
of cuts." THIGPEN Thigpen explained sala-
Cuts in the current ries make up about 82 per-
school year's budget were de- cent of the school district budget.
signed to have as little effect on Utilities account for four percent.
students and their classrooms as Insurance and workman's comp
possible. represent another two percent.


Add to that. a constitutional
amendment regarding class size
and Thigpen says there is very
little remaining that will not affect
personnel and salaries.
By mandating maximum class
sizes in a well-intended consti-
tutional amendment, voters left
school boards with little choice
but to construct new buildings as
school districts grew. Such major
construction is funded through
capital outlay money.
"So when you see a new roof
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MEET YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE: State Rep. Brad Drake listens as he
is introduced before his talkwith the Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce Governmental Issues Committee on Tuesday.


Dieting
tips from
readers and
professionals

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Dieting advice for 2009

Laurel Hill resident HaroldY A IT I dec
Jones began a weight loss pro- DIARY OF A DIETER At
gram Jan. 6. He chronicled his ty v .
exeriences in a weekly journal, and bad eating habits," he wrote. because I met a person~over the 'at
Mr Jones is 5-foot- 0 and start- k Thanksgiving holidaywhohad ieMo
ed the diet at 243 pounds in street k welt ovr 80 puds h two-year actia
clothes. A long-term goal of under While we can all share the period. That w impressive! I tion co
200 pounds was set for the end of guilt of overeating during the visited the groerystr, and of
the year Weight gain has been holidays, we have to face the course my firstpurchw was backto
gradual over the years. Mr Jones reality of our daily eating habits. low-carb chocolate peanut bars of mye
left high school at 158 pounds and Recently I returned home from and low-carb chcolat Yale urges t
reached-175 pounds at age 30, a 10-day hunting trip at 1 a.m. shakes for snacks.Ithe~b gt candy.'
190 pounds at age 40, 215 pounds My son had included some gi- meat, cheese and meat,~ is the h
at 50, 230 pounds at 60, and 243 ant Hershey Almond bars with The adventure began.i p.m. I
pounds at the doctor's office in my Christmas gifts. No, not the I am now a week into the diet. at this
early January. He started large size one sees at It is not going well as I really, re- like son
high blood pressure medi- the convenience store, ally want a candy bar, but I have nine pc
cines at age 55 and cur- I mean the GIANT one- lost eight pounds. Can this early and ha
rently is on a three pill pound bars. I confess that weight loss be a sign that I could my sho
regimen. I ate.anentire bar in the have some cookies or ice cream and I c
"My father died of hy- wee'hours ofthe morning, as a reward? The reality is that I control
pertension (blood pres- but Idid have a dietdrik can't, and I must change to a new indeed
sure complications) when witth e chocolatebar. lifestyle that does not include my
he was 10 months young-- Laer that-sa1e rornx comfort foods.
er than my current age," or's W k 2 The
Jones wrote. "Stroke/ HAROLD / l office for my rot blood:: can sa
killed him and five of his JONES 'pressure check. topping The second week of Atkins of dieti
siblings at approximately on the scales revealed a Diet was at least a month long. Oreo c
my currentage.Fiveofthemwere, slight weight gain since None of the chocolate cravings Atkins
overweight. Iget the pattern. -mylast visi loked at the .diminished, and one can grow new w
"It will be interesting because chart in the tor's office. Sure tired of cheese and meat skins as reach
I heard onthe radio that 65 per- ,f.enough, I wqmorbidlyobese. a snack I first succumbed to pea- can im
cent ofthe people in this country Did I need a chart to tell me' nut bitter~and melba toast. Rats, attend
are overweighandNpobably ywas fat? No. Tie daily str uggl udhavj ad a cookie. Then fruit s
share some ofthe: ost es I w shoelacethad convin me I failed testt the TomThumb still mi
Ssom...eth musaa^... tin mset rlnn stidatSnickers bar. Total hers a


ost another poundot'- o t o gepptu gnt tor a
ta' that's the answer!iL. b sit because I drink
oia tefll, I need to get no i f p.m. Some of you
a ai severe analysis nmightwant totry that. It works!
a an fight the Here's what does not work:
o sna coies and Donuts! I attended the health
The for me fair at the Destin hospital, and
ours bet ~d 9:30 on my way to the fair I stopped at
im conito 'seets the Donut Hole and had a cake
time andreal donutwith nothing. I could have
me ice crearB had lafreeood scan and choles-
ounds lighter, fee ltro1 te~ ad I not succumbed
ve little discomf rt 'to the gluttony of the moment. I
,es. My goal is 20 pound, guess that is what makes a diet
an't get there unlessI get so hard to adhere to. One should
I. These are trying times be aware of the cost of ingesting
... sugar.
Week 3 Many readers might under-
stand the struggle to change
Only positive thing I the habits we have lived with for
y about the third week long periods of time. Some of you
ng is I have not had an might be struggling with smok-
ookie. I have decided the ing or some other unhealthy
Diet is not for me as a habit. Keep trying to change.
ay of life, but it helped me Understand that any change is
an understanding that I hard and requires one to fight
prove my eating habits. I off challenges faced by owning
ed a movie and had a light a habit. This a good time for me,
nack before leaving but and I truly want to be hale and
missed the popcorn, goo- hearty. I have a family to serve,
nd drink. Think about the and a dear person that loves me.
y I saved! Surely I can do this for them ...


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Dieting i
Crestview>News B^ le-
tin general manager Jas9o
Mobley alsois a profess
sional bodtybuildeind
personal trinerJson
shared soame ofhdiet
advice.

I customize diets ased
on need.
The first prt of
any diet is taodete,
mine a realistigoal
and set a reason~-
able date to achiv
it. Most peopleie
to lose weight. Y
have to determined
how much protein,
how many carbs
and how much fat to M
take in per day.
A lot of people either
starve themselves or they
are not eating healthily I


several factors in your weight loss plan


JASI
HOB


ON someone plan a
LEY diet, I have them
Seat six small meals
a day. I suggest eating
three solid meals and three
liquid rieals, because it's


asparagus, cauliflower or
green beans.
For men's daily intake,
I suggest 1.5 grams of
protein per pound of body
weight. For women, I sug-


gest 1 gram of protein
per pound of body weight.
That's broken into six
meals. For example, a 200-
pound man would need to
ingest 300 grams of protein
a day. Divided by six meals,
that's 50 grams per meal.
Think of it as a large eight-
ounce chicken breast.
A person's carbohydrate
intake depends on his or
her goal. As an example,
the same 200-pound man
who wants to lose 20
pounds should ingest about
100 to 150 grams of com-
plex carbs a day.
(While dieting, you want
to eat only complex carbs
such as sweet potatoes,
baked potatoes, oatmeal,
grits, brown and white rice
and whole wheat pasta.)
Healthy proteins I sug-


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gest are chicken (baked or
grilled), lean beef (97per-
cent fat-free ground beef,
flank steak, strips or filets),
white fish (mahi, tilapia or
grouper), tuna, egg whites
and whey protein shakes.
Healthy fats include nat-
ural peanut butter, mixed
nuts, fish oil and olive oil.
Too often, people eat
a fat-free diet, but fat-free
is kind of a misnomer,
because healthy fats are
very essential in weight
loss. They include omega
3s, omega 6s and essential
fatty acids, which are found
in fish oils, nuts and flax
seeds. I advise people to
stay away from saturated
fat and trans fat (i.e. fried
foods).
Too often, people do not
drink enough water when
they diet. I suggest women
drink at least a gallon of
water and men drink be-
tween a gallon and a half
and two gallons of water a
day. Diet sodas are OK in
moderation as long as you
get your recommended
water intake.
Things to avoid on a diet
are breads, cereals, non-


diet sodas, any simple sug-
ars (including candy), alco-
hol, fried foods, milk (even
fat free skim milk, which
has 13 grams of sugar per
cup), non-whole-wheat
pasta and junk food.
You can include Crystal
Light to add to your water.
Sugar-free Jell-O and pud-
ding can help when you
have cravings. Diet sodas,
natural peanut butter, fat-
free cheese, unsweetened
tea, mustard, fat-free tartar
sauce and low-carb barbe-
Scue sauce are also permis-
sible.
While dieting, I recom-
mend incorporating car-
diovascular training such
as walking on a treadmill,
swimming, basketball, and
resistance weight training.
It will help you get to your
goal faster.
Jason Mobely is a part-
ner in Unique Physiques
in Crestview, which trains
clients out of Perfect Fit
on South Ferdon Boule-
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Make time to seek out the divine i 2009


Make time to seek out the divine in 2009


In 1980, the Oscar
nomination for best picture
went to the film, "Chariots
of Fire," a film that
centered on the lives
of two men, Harold
Abrahams and Eric :
Liddell, who were o
gold medalists in the
1924 Olympic Games
in Paris.
The movie dealt
with the struggles
these two men faced REV
concerning who they SH
were, Abrahams was Fr(
a Jew dealing with F
his Jewish heritage
and his desire to
be No. 1. Liddell was a
Christian struggling with
his Christian convictions
and his desire to run for the
glory and pleasure of God.
One of the most
fascinating scenes of the
movie was the meeting
between Liddell, the
members of the British
Olympic Committee
and the Prince of Wales,
England's future king.
They were discussing
Liddell's refusal to run
the qualifying heat for the
100 meters on a Sunday.
The old, gruff Lord
Cadogan, chairman of
the committee, seeking to
appeal to Liddell's sense
of patriotism, retorted to
Liddell's strong affirmation
that he would not run, "In
my day, it was king first and
God after."
Liddell, however, did not


waver from his conviction
not to run on the Lord's
Day. Liddell understood


V. BRUCE
EFFIELD
om the
'ulpit


a very important
principle of life that
was expounded
by Jesus Christ
in Matthew 6:33:
"Seek ye first
the kingdom
of God and His
righteousness, all
these things shall
be added unto you."
Seeking Jesus
first is really
"Seeking the
Divine."
We are all


conscious of how important
it is for us to.know our-
priorities and to have them
in their proper order of
importance. Jesus tells us
that our No. 1 priority in
life is to seek Him above
all else. There is absolutely
nothing that surpasses the
love, devotion and service
we should render to Him.
He should be the first
thought in our minds as
we wake up each morning.
He should be our constant
thought in all we do during
the day. He should be the
final thought in our minds
as we lay down our heads in
rest in the evenings.
Will you seek the divine
in 2009? If not you, then
who? Every desire, every
decision and every deed
should be considered with
His approval and blessing,
and carried out for His


Edwards named senior pastor at Live Oak


Special to the News Bulletin

The Live Oak Baptist
Church congregation has
selected Dave Edwards to
le its senior pastor.
He will begin his minis-
try Sunday at the church,
located at 4565 Live Oak
Church Rd. in Crestview.
Pastor Dave has been
described as having a heart


"for reaching young fami-
lies for Christ. He enjoys
teaching God's Word while
helping people understand
how to live it out in their
lives."
Dave studied at the Uni-
versity of Central Florida in
Orlando, earning a Bach-
elor of Science in Busi-
ness Management. His
post-graduate work was


at Southwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary in
Fort Worth, Texas. He re-
ceived a Master of Divinity
in 1985.
He and his wife, Gina,
have been married since
1980 ard have four children
and two grandchildren.
Dave's hobbies include
hunting, fishing and shoot-
ing.


all else is to have as
our No. 1 priority in life,
the main priority of life,
which is living for Jesus.
I encourage you to take
time today and look at
your priorities. Make a
commitment in your heart
that Jesus Christ will be
the "top priority" of your
life from this day forward.
Let us as the people of God


seek the divine in 2009 and
be committed in bringing
others to Christ.
Willyou do this?
The Rev. Bruce
Sheffield 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. Web site:
www.crestviewfumc.
com. E-mail: office@
crestviewfumc.gccoxmail.
com.


honor and glory. What
is tragic today is to see
Christ placed in our list of
priorities, not as the No.
1 priority, but as second
or third or even lower.
What a shame. The No. 1
priority that consumes our
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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
BACK TO WORK: For the first time in many
months, the Crestview City Council meeting
was attended by the entire body, with Lillie
Conyers returning to the president's seat as
she continues to recuperate from a serious car
accident. Here her husband, James, and retired
Army Sgt. George Stakley assist Conyers up
the steps to the council dais.
"I'd like to thank all of you for your prayers and
visits. They made me feel good," Conyers said. .


James Cody Martin,
58, of Crestview, passed
away Friday, Jan. 23, 2009.
He was born Sept. 17, 1950
in Crestview and was a
lifelong resident of the
area.
He was preceded in
death by his father, Melvin
Martin; grandmother, Sara
Kennedy; and brother,
Charles Ray Raney.
Survivors include
his mother, Lizzie Kelly;
wife, Carolyn Martin;
two sons, Kyle and
Jeremy Martin; two
daughters, Toni Shoffner
and Tammy Shepheard;
six brothers, Andy,
Michael, Mitchell, Bobby,
Carson and Carlos; four
sisters, Nadine, Rhonda,


Gladys Mathews
Hatcher, 89, of Holt,
passed away Monday, Jan.
26, 2009. She was born Nov.
29, 1919 in Holt and was
a lifelong resident of the
area. She was a member
of Full Gospel Tabernacle.
She was preceded in
death by her son, Marlin
A. Mathews; husbands,
Alvin Mathews and Henry
H. Hatcher.
Survivors include her
son, Millard Mathews and
Helen; five grandchildren,
Kimberly and Shannon
Miller, Mark and Cathy
Mathews, Joe and .
Miranda Mathews, Dana
,and Jeff Wilson and
Caleb Carruth; five great-
grandchildren; numerous
nieces and nephews;
one sister, Q.V and Ed
Turner; sister-in-law, Ossie


Earline and Wanda
Gail; 12 grandchildren,
Shawn, Sean, Breanna,
Sydney, Calista, Skyler,
Christopher, Isaah, Gracie,
Austin, Kylan and Kaelyn.
Funeral services were
held at 10 a.m. Thursday,
Jan. 29 in the chapel of
Brackney Funeral Service.
The family received
friends Tuesday, Jan. 27,
through Wednesday, Jan.
28, at 2896 Pansey Ave.,
Crestview. Brackney
Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge
of arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for James
Martin online at www.
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Funeral services were
held at 2 p.m., Friday,
Jan. 30 in the chapel of
Brackney Funeral service
with Pastor Larry Batson
officiating. Burial followed
in Old Holt Cemetery.
The farpily received
friends Thursday from 6
until 8 p.m. at the funeral
home.
The family would
like to thank Covenant
Hospice and Parthenon
Healthcare for the kind
and compassionate care
given to Mrs. Hatcher.
Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge
of arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Gladys
Hatcher online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Students, parents and
teachers at Southside
Elementary School have
been busy since return-
ing to school from the hol-
idays, reports principal
Donna Holloway.
January marked the
end of the first semester
and the beginning of the
final semester.
"We believe our cup is
half full," said Holloway.
"We are meeting with par-
ents of students in need
of extra support to ensure
they have the necessary
skills to be successful on
upcoming state tests and
are ready for promotion
to the next grade level."
Parents who have
questions or would like
to meet with Holloway
or their child's teacher
are encouraged to call
theschool at 689-7203
to schedule an appoint-
ment.
"Your child's academic
success is of the utmost
importance of us," Hollo-
way said.
Community mem-
bers who do not have a
child at Southside also
have a place at the school,
Holloway said.
"We value your input
and are in need of men-
tors," she declared. "Join
us in an exciting and
worthwhile adventure!
We would love to have you
on board at our school."
Trevor Bryant and
Tyler Angermuller repre-
sented Southside at the
Martin Luther King Ora-
torical Contest on Jan.
10.
"It was uplifting and
encouraging to hear our
young adults speak of the
hope they have for our
country," Holloway said.
The school's fifth
grade students attended


THIGPEN from page 1


being placed on one of our
schools, know that it can-
not be used to pay a teach-
er's salary or pay the light
bill," Thigpen said.
Thigpen assured that
all school services and
programs will be under
equal consideration for
liudget cuts, no matter
how painful or unpopular.
"Your neighbor may
value the sports pro-
grams, but you may say
the music programs arej
more important," Thigpen
said. "It is hard to draw a
consensus of opinion from
the community because of
the varying interest in our
programs and services."
The bottom line, Thig-
pen said, is "we are not
going to have the same
programs in our schools
as we have today."

Other business
The school board ap-
proved the zoning plan
for the new Shoal River
Middle School in Crest-
view. The new zoning will
affect about 200 students
from each zone, who will


now be in a new zone.
Students who live
south of U.S. Highway
90 will go to Shoal River
Middle School;
Students who live
north of U:S. Highway 90
will go to DavidsofnMid-
die School.
A few students living
east of the Shoal River
Bridge will also attend
Davidson.
Limited zoning waiv-
ers will. be allowed for
one year on a space-avail-
able basis, but Thigpen
reminded parents, "We
have two A-plus schools
with the same core cur-
riculum, so your child will
get the same great edu-
cation no matter which
school they attend."
Middle school registra-
tion will begin in February.
Zoning waiver applications
may be picked up after
registration, but will not be
accepted before April 1.
School Board member
Cathy Thigpen encourag-
es concerned members of
the community to contact
her at caleejo@cox.net.


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Southside cherishes last

months before move


a field trip to the Air Force
Armament Museum at
Eglin on Jan. 20 and 21.
"Seeingparents, teach-
ers, and our military vol-
unteers and supporters
lead our students as they
learned about flying air-
crafts and the importance
of math and science was a
testament to the value of
a great education," Hol-
loway said.
Honors assemblies
were held on Jan. 22 and
23 for all grades. Students
were recognized for per-
fect attendance, A and A-
B Honor Rolls, accelerat-
ed reader points and stu-
dents who demonstrated
perseverance in bringing
up grades.
"As our cafeteria
overflowed with parents,
grandparents, siblings,
and friends, we rejoiced
in the support of our fami-
lies and community," Hol-
loway said.
Southside's literacy
coach, Susan Colby, and
remediation teacher,
Linda Carpp, led a Fam-
ily Reading Night on Jan.
27. Students and parents
were treated to a hot dog
dinner and a visit to the
Media Center. After se-
lecting a book, students
and parents received
strategies for improving
reading skills and enjoy-
ing the value of reading.
"Looking toward the
future, we are excited
about moving to our new
school, Riverside El-
ementary School," Hol-
loway said. "Planning for
the new school, involving
the PTO and School Advi-
sory Council, has been a
once in a lifetime oppor-
tunity.

"From the Principal's
Office" appears weekly
and provides coverage
of schools in north Oka-
loosa County.


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Crestview News Bulletin I 5


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

SWEETHEART PAG-
EANT: 5 p.m. today at
Crestview High School au-
ditorium. Proceeds go to
the Ellen Thigpen Memo-
rial Scholarship Fund. Age
divisions from 1 month-18
years.
For details, call Wendy
Mainor at 974-8333. Appli-
cations may be picked up
at local schools or provided
via e-mail to zetadeltachap-
ter@gmail.com.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: At the Rob-
ert L.E Sikes Public Li-
brary on Commerce Drive
in Crestview:
Feb. 3 The History
of Jazz, with Dr. Cheryl
Jones, NWFSC instructor
and of Jones & Company.


March 3 Poisonous
Plants of Northwest Flori-
da, with Larry Williams of
the Okaloosa County Ex-
tension Service.
KEY CLUB FUND-
RAISER: The Crestview
High School Key Club will
host two fundraisers to
raise money for a trip to
the Key Club convention in
April in Orlando.
The first fundraiser is
scheduled Feb. 7 at the
Walmart Supercenter on
State Road 85 in Crestview
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Key
Club will be selling cookies
and Valentine's Day good-
ies for a donation.
The second fundraiser,
"Big Dawgs" vs. "Little
Dawgs," a faculty vs. stu-
dent basketball game, is
scheduled March 26 from
2-4 p.m. in the CHS gym.
Tickets are $5.
To donate or for details,


call 689-7177, ext. 5070.
WILD GAME DIN-
NER: Rotary Club of
Crestview invites you to
the 16th annual wild game
feast and two-day quail
hunt Feb. 6 and 7. The feast
is scheduled the evening of
Feb. 6 at Gum Creek Lodge
in Baker.
Mike Martin, Florida
State University base-
ball coach, is this year's
speaker. Proceeds will
benefit NWF State Col-
lege (formerly OWC)
sports program and the
rotary scholarship fund.
For more information,
to purchase tickets or to
schedule a hunt, please
call Bill Barnhill at (850)
803-2367 or Ronnie Lun-
sford at 682-5168.
TOASTMASTERS
OPEN HOUSE: The
Crestview Toastmasters
Club invites you to attend


a sample meeting, includ-
ing a speech, an evaluation
and a table topics presen-
tation from 6 to 7 p.m. Feb.
10 at the Crestview public
library.
Refreshments will be
served.
Contact Kathy Mor-
row at 865-6993 or crest-
viewtoastmasterkathy@
yahoocom for more infor-
mation.
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CLUB OF CRESTVIEW:
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Crestview currently is
accepting new members.
An informational eve-
ning meeting is scheduled
at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 12 at the
clubhouse, 150 Woodlawn
Drive behind Woodlawn
Baptist Church.
The General Federa-
tion of Women's Clubs is
part of the world's largest
organization of volunteer


women. Through fund-
raising projects, the club
lends support to a multi-
tude of charities. If you
would like to be part of
this dynamic and intellec-
tual group of community-
minded women, please
join us .Feb. 12 to learn
more. Refreshments will
be served.
For further information
or questions, please call
Karen at (850) 682-1416.


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Legal #100492

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
nn2008 CA nn006797


Commence a ,ume aluI ungaau sE Iyill
NW corner of the SE of way line North 02
1/4 of Section 30, degrees 13'30" East
Township 4 North 25.0 feet to a point
Range 22 West, on the South right of
Okaloosa County, way line of way line
Florida, thence East of Eden Square
1985.36 feet; thence North ( 66 feet right
North 716.0 feet of way); thence de-
thence West 334.0 parting said East
feet for POB; thence right of way line
continue West 301.0 and along said
feet, thence North South right of way
145 feet, thence East line South 87 de-
304.0 feet; thence grees 11'58" East
South 145.0 feet to 35.00 feet;t hence,
the Point of Beginn- departing said South
ing Lot 4 Eden right of way line
Square, unrecorded South 57 degrees
subdivision. 04'08" West 42.81
feet to the Point of
LESS AND EXCEPT Beginning. Contains
ROAD R/W AS DE- 437 square feet,
SCRIBED IN O.R. more or less.


BOOK 2325 PAGE
324:


... ... t Commence at an FL 32539
CENTRAL MORTGAGE existing concrete
CERAL monument marking has been filed against
COMPANY the Northwest cor- you and you are
Plaintiff' ner of the Southeast r e q u i r e d
1/4 of the South- to serve a copy of your
vs. west 1/4 of Section written defenses, if any,
N H. 30, Township 4 to it, on Nwabufo
JONATN H North, Range 22 Umunna, Attorney for
MCLEOD, t. al. West, Okaloosa Plaintiff, whose address
Defendants. County, Florida; is 2901 Stirling Road,
thence South 87 de- Suite 300. Fort Laud-
TO: JONATHAN H. grees 12;24" East erdale, Florida 33312 ei-
MCLEOD 1543.43 feet to a ther on or before March
Whose residence is
6095Whose resid e point of the center 2, 2009 and file the orig-
65 EDEN SQ RE' line of Eden Street inal with the Clerk of this
CRESVIEW, FL, 32539 (66.00 feet right of Court either before serv-

TO: MIRANDA "N. way); thence, along ice on Plaintiff's attorney
O R N said center line or immediately there-
MCLED North 01 degrees a f t e r ;
Whose residence is45; 41" East 281.64 otherwise default will be
6095 EDEN SQUARE,
C5 EDEN SQ REL 3 9 feet to a point on the entered against you for
CRESTVIEW, FL 32539 North right of way the relief demanded in
line of Eden Square the complaint.
If alive, and if dead, all (66 feet right
parties claiming interest of way); thence de- WITNESS my hand and
agaby, through, u r parting said center the seal of this Courtthis
against JONATHAN H. line and along said 14 day of January 2009.
MCLEOD and MIl par- North right of way
N.MCLEODand par- line North 87 de- Don W. Howard
ties havingor claiming rees 11'38" West As Clerk of the Court
S192.25 feet to a By Auntia Cantrall
have any right, title or in- oint on the East As Deputy Clerk
terest in the property de- right o way line of
scribed herein. right o way line of
Eden Square West A copy of this Notice of
(66 feet right of Action,Complaint and
SARE NOTIFIED way) ; thence, de- L i 6
an action for part said North right Pendens were sent tot
n actio fr e of way line and h e
of Mortgae os u e along said East right defendants and address
of Mortgage on the fol- of way line North 02 named above.
lowing described prop- degrees 13'30" East
erty: 2o nn fetf tn a nnint In arcnnrrdancn with the.


Anmericas I II yII .IummUl-
ties Act, persons need-
i n g
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's
d i s a -
bility coordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
A114, SHALIMAR FL,
32579. If hearing im-
paired, contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.

This is attempt to collect
a
debt. Any information
o b
tained will be used for
that purpose.


01/31/09


Legal # 100493

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND
FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO.
08CA3703

Flagstar Bank, F.S.B.,
Plaintiff,


vs.

COSTEL S
al.
Defendants.


ERBAN, et.


NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: MAGDELENA TE-
RESA BAKOWICZ

Whose,residence is:
440 GREGORY AVE.,
VALPARAISO, FL 32580

If alive, and if dead, all
parties claiming interest
by, through,under or
against MAGDELENA TE-
RESA BAKOWICZ and
all parties having or
claiming to have any
right, title or interest in
the property described
herein.


on thence, continue


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that A114, SHALIMAR FL, LOTS 26, 27, 28, 29, LEGAL #120157
an action for Foreclosure 32579. If hearing im- 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35,
of Mortgage on the fol- paired, contact (TDD) 36, 37, 38, 39, 40 and
lowing described prdp- 8009558771 via Florida 41, Except the west IN THE CIRCUI
erty: Relay System. 125' of Lots 30 and 31 COURT OF THE FI
Block 43 Town of Lau- JUDICIAL CIRCUS
LOT 11, BLOCK 6, PLAT This is an attempt to rel Hill County of IN AND FOR
16, VALPARAISO, AC- collect a debt. Any Okaloosa as recorded OKALOOSA
CORDING TO THE PLAT information ob- in official records of the COUNTY, FLORII
THEREOF AS RECORDED talned will be used Clerk of the Court in CIVIL ACTION CA
IN PLAT BOOK 2, for that purpose. Okaloosa County Plat NO.:46-2008-CA-
PAGE 148, OF THE PUB- Book 1 Page 3 Public 6268 DIVISION: F
LIC RECORDS OF 01/24/09 Records of Okaloosa NO.:F0809787(
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 01/31/09 County.


FLORIDA.


a/k/a 440 GREGORY Legal # 100500
AVE. VALPARAISO, FL
32580 IN THE CIRC
COURT FO
has been filed against OKALOOS
you and you are required COUNTY, FLO
to serve a copy of your CASE NO
written defenses, if any, 2006-CA-32
to it, on Nwabufo
Umunna, Attorney for NAVIS SPRING
Plaintiff, whose address Plaintiff,
is 2901 Stirling Road,
Suite 300 Fort Laud- vs.
erdale Florida 33312 on
or before February 27, FLOYD K.
2009, TERRY L.


and file the original with
the Clerk of this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately thereafter; oth-
erwise a default will be
entered against you for
the relief demanded in
the complaint.

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court this
16 day of January 2009

Don W. Howard
As Clerk of the Court
By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk

A copy of this Notice of
Action, Amended Com-
plaint were sent to the de-
fendants and address
named above.

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should,
no later than seven (7)
days prior, contact the
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bility coordinator at
8506517497, 1250 N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE


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iR
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RIDA

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KEMP,
KEMP,


BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A., FIRST NA-
TIONAL BANK
CRESTVIEW, CHRYS-
LER FINANCIAL COM-
PANY, LLC, GULF
COAST SIDING,
WEST BUILDING MA-
TERIALS OF FLOR-
IDA, INC., and PEO-
PLES COMMUNITY
BANK,
Defendants.

NOTICE OF SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY


Parcel Identification
N um b er :
05-5N-22-0850-0043
0260

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 60
days'after the sale.

Americans With Disa-
bilities Act (ADA).No-
tice: In,accordance with
the Americans With
Disabilities Act (ADA)
persons needing a spe-
cial accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should contact
the Court
Administrator's Office
at 1250 N. Eglin Park-
way, Suite G-117,
Shalimar, Florida
32579; 850-651-7497.
If hearing impaired call
the Florida Relay Serv-
ice at 800-955-8771
(TDD), or
800-955-8770 (V).


GIVEN pursuant to a
Final Judgment dated IN
January 23, 2009, en- WHEREO
tered in this cause, that hereunto
I will sell to the highest and official
and best bidder, for day of Jar
cash, at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,a t DON W..
the South front door of Clerk of C
the Courthouse, 101 By: Tiffany
James Lee Blvd., in Deputy CI
Crestview, Florida, on
February 26, 2009, at Attorney fi
11:00 a.m., Central A. Rich
Time, all that certian 550N.
property located and Crestview
situated in Okaloosa 32536
County, Floirda as
more particularly de- 01/31/09
scribed as follows: 02/07/09


WITNESS
IF, I have
set my hand
l .seal this 23
luary 2009.

10WARD
ourt
SGardner
erk

or Plaintiff:
lard Troell,
Main Street
, Florida


WELLS FARGO B,
NA,
Plaintiff,

vs.
DANIEL WACH
A/K/A DANIEL
WACHTEL, et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF ACTIO

TO: DANIEL WACI
A/K/A DANIEL
WACHTEL
LAST KNOWN
DRESS: 5 Ca
Road Mary Esthe
32569

CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN

ANY AND ALL
KNOWN PAR
CLAIMING
THROUGH, UNI
AND AGAINST
HEREIN NAMED
VIDUAL DEFENDANT
WHO ARE
KNOWN TO BE D
OR ALIVE, WHET
-SAID UNKNOWN
TIES MAY CLAIM A
TEREST AS SPO
HEIRS, .DEVIS
GRANTEES, OR OT
CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN
DRESS: UNKNO

CURRENT ADDREi
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED


SOUTHEAST QUARTER
(SW COR. OF SE 1/4
OF SE 1/4), OF SEC-
T TION SIXTEEN (16),
RST TOWNSHIP TWO (2)
UIT SOUTH, RANGE
TWENTY-FIVE (25)
WEST, THENCE GOING
DA 354 FEET WEST FOR A
4SE POINT OF BEGINNING;
00 THENCE CONTINUING
ILE WEST 108 FEET;
0 THENCE GOING
NORTH 67.50 FEET;
ANK, THENCE GOING EAST
108 FEET; THENCE GO-
ING SOUTH 67.50 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BE-
GINNING. LYING AND
HTEL BEING IN OKALOOSA
A. COUNTY, FLORIDA.
(ALSO KNOWN AS LOT
56 IN THE
BRIGGS-HAIGLER SUBDI-
VISION, AN UNRE-
N CORDED PLAT)
has been filed against
HTEL you and you are required
A. to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
AD- on or before March 2,
ictus 2009 on Florida Default
ir, Fl Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
SS: rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the origi-
UN- nal With this Court either
TIES before service on
BY, Plaintiff's attorney or im-
DER, mediately thereafter; oth-
THE erwise a default will be
INDI- entered against you for
NT(S) the relief demanded in
NOT' the Complaint or peti-
)EAD tion.
"HER This notice shall be pub-
PAR- lished once each week
N IN- for two consecutive
USE, weeks in the Crestview
EES, News Bulletin.
*HER WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court on
this 16 day of January,.
'AD- 2009.
)WN
Don W. Howard
SS: Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
D that As Deputy Clerk


an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow- Florida Default Law
ing property in Group, PL.
OKALOOSA County, RO. Box 25018
Florida: Tampa, Florida
STARTING AT THE 33622-5018
SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF THE SOUTHEAST IMPORTANT
QUARTER OF THE In accordance with the


RegstreR E S TCV I E W






Farm Direct N ews BUl ein
Registered Home Centipede, St. Augustine, [


Daycare in Crestview
has FT openings, ages
0-4 Call 689-8540





American Concrete
Driveways, Tear Outs,
Replacements, Sidewalks
Lic/Insured.
Free est. 543-7743

Stamped Concrete
Cool Deck & Exposed
Aggregate. Slabs, Power
washing Remove,
Replace & Repair Lie/Ins
Free est. 305-1258






Harold Gaines
Repairs, Remodeling,
Additions, Concrete/
Parking Lot Work,
Carpentry 'and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
850-862-0383


Zoysia, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms
LAWN TEK, LLC
Lawn Maintenance
Landscaping, Irrigation,
Palm Tree installation
Sod, Dirt work, Bob
Cat Services, Trenching
& Debris Hauling.
Free Estimates.
Call 865-3266 or
682-7316 Lic, Insured,
Owner Brad Overly




Fox Trot Tree Service
No job to large or small,
Free Estimates. LIC/INS.
Call Paul 850-398-7677




Handbags made by
Hans: Aprons, Caps,
Do-Rags, Blankets &
Bags. Call 537-2140 or
902-1871


s.i< 5 aa,. *iariats eEBs sr. iaB rsB!.EBaa wa6rsamum


a/k/a 6095 EDEN
SQUARE CRESTVIEW, 01/2409


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ruta ay, anuary ,


C-Sd.. J-.. i ...... i I n('l 9


. Crestview News Bulletin I 7


Americans with Disabili- TO:
ties Act, persons with dis- RUSSELL ROGERS
abilities needing special LAST KNOWN AD-
accommodation to partic- DRESS: 4 6 3 6
ipate in this proceeding Chanan Drive
should contact Court Ad- Crestview, Fl
,ministration at 101 James 325390000
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view, FL, 32536-3515; CURRENT ADDRESS:
telephone number (850) UNKNOWN
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro- ANY AND ALL UN-
ceeding. or Shalimar KNOWN PARTIES
(850) 651-7497 CLAIMING BY,


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 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

01/24/2009
01/31/2009


THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS

LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN


NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,

vs.


ANDREW D
SON, et al,
Defendant


B


tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.


JOHN- 01/31/2009
02/07/2009
).


t(s)


NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
January 27, 2009 and
entered in Case NO.
46-2008-CA-1939 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein CHASE HOME
FINANCE LLC, is the
Plaintiff and ANDREW
D. JOHNSON; are
the. Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at


CURRENT ADDRESS: IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
LEGAL # 120164 UNKNOWN FRONT DOOR OF
YOU ARE NOTIFIED SHALIMAR ANNEX at
IN THE CIRCUIT that an action to fore- 11:00AM, on the 10 day
COURT FOR close a mortgage on of March, 2009, the fol-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, the following property lowing described prop-
FLORIDA FILE in OKALOOSA County, erty as set forth in said
NO.2008CP1467C DI- Florida: Final Judgment:
VISION PROBATE LOT 28, BLOCK C, PARCEL P, BLOCK
TATE CHANAN ESTATES, 116, TOWNSITE OF
IN RE: ESTATE ACCORDING TO THE PORT DIXIE: COM-
PRESTON RAY MED- PLAT THEREOF AS MENCING AT THE
LEY RECORDED IN PLAT SOUTHWEST COR-
Deceased. BOOK 21, PAGES NER OF LOT 1, BLOCK
77-79, OF THE PUBLIC 116, TOWNSITE OF
NOTICE TO CREDI- RECORDS OF PORT DIXIE, ACCORD-
TORS OKALOOSA COUNTY, ING TO PLAT
FLORIDA THEREOF AS RE-
The admnistratioof has been filed against CORDED IN PLAT
the estate of Preston you and you are re- BOOK 1, PAGES 64, 65
Ray Medley, deceased, quired to serve a copy AND 66 OF THE PUB-
whose date of death of your written de- LIC RECORDS OF
was October 14, 2008, senses, if any, on or OKALOOSA COUNTY,
and whose social secu- before 3-13-2009, on FLORIDA, PROCEED
rity number is Florida Default Law EAST 190 FEET,
590-46-6158, file.num- Group, P.L., Plaintiff's THENCE NORTH 240
ber 2008CP1467C, is attorney, whose ad- FEET TO THE POINT
pending in the Circuit dress is 9119 Corpo- OF BEGINNING,
Court for Okaloosa rate Lake Drive,. Suite THENCE CONTINUE
County, Florida, Pro- 300, Tampa, Florida NORTH 80 FEET,
bate Division: the ad- 33634, and file the orig- THENCE WEST 100
dress of which is 101 inal with this Court ei- FEET, THENCE
James Lee BlvdEast, ther before service on SOUTH 80 FEET,
Crestview, Florida Plaintiff's attorney or THENCE EAST 100
32536. The names and immediately thereafter; FEET TO THE POINT
addresses of the per- otherwise a default will OF BEGINNING
sonal representative be entered against you
and the personal for the relief demanded A/K/A 81 SCHOONER
representative's attor- in the Compraint or pe- LANE, SHALIMAR, FL
ney are set forth below. tition. 32579
All creditors of the de- This notice shall be Any person claiming an
cedent and other per- published once each interest in the surplus
sons having claims or week for two consecu- from the sale, if any,
demands against tive weeks in the Crest- other than the property
decedent's estate on view News Bulletin. owner as of the date of
whom a copy of this WITNESS my hand and the Lis Pendens must
notice is required to be the seal of this Court file a claim within sixty
dPv l ut file their


aertvu must l e t LIl
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN 'THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED. The date of
first publication of this
notice is January 31,
2009.


Attorney for personal.
Representative:
A. Wayne Williamson
Florida Bar No.
0115002 Welton & Wil-
liamson, LLC' 1020
'South Ferdon Blvd
Crestview, Florida
32536 Tele-
phone: (860)682-21
20

Personal Representa-
tive:
Sarah U. Wyss a/k/a
Sarah U. Medley 2404
Shoemaker Drive, Apt.
B Killeen, Texas
76543-3146

01/31/2009
02/04/2009

LEGAL # 120165


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2008-CA-00608
7 FILE NO:F08094968

CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,

vs.

RUSSELL ROGERS
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION


on this 27 day of Janu- (60) days after the sale.
ary, 2009. WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Don W. Howard Court on January 27,
Clerk of the Court 2009.


By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
Group, PL. .
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
pilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with -Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.

01/31/2009
02/07/2009


Legal # 120166

PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75, Florida Statues,
there will be a public
auction 02/17/2009 at
9:00AM for the follow-
ing vehicles

2001 Ford Mustang
VIN#1 FAFP40431 F107
645

The auction will be held
at 956 W. James Lee
Blvd, Crestview, FI
32536, Crestview Paint
& Body has the right to
turn down any and all
bids.

01/31/2009

LEGAL#120167


IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.46-2008LCA-1939S
FILE NO:F08027243


. CHASE HOME Fl-


DonW.Howard
Clerk of the C
Court
By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk

Florida Default
Group, PL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tarrpa, Fit
33622-5018


ircuit




Law


,rida


IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in.
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-


2100- Pets
2110 Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals,
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials


| 02100
Surprise your loved one
on Valentine's Day with a
Daschund puppy. Both
parents on premises,
black & tan, brownish in
color. Vet checked w/1st
shots. $300. now taking
dep. ready Feb. 14.Call
546-1185
Teacup Chihuahua 1
male $325 ready 3/10.
3 small chihuahuas 1
male 2 females $300
ready 3/24. Call Diane
652-4122


I 2130o I
Baby Goats, Pygmy &
Nubians taking deposits.
some bottle raised
850-537-8207
Horse Stables
for rent in Holt
Hay, Feed 2x day, round
pen / pasture turnout /
electric trainer. Close to
Blackwater River trails.
$225mo. 585-5008 .


3100 Antiques
3110 -Appliances
3120 -Arts & Crafts
3130-Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160- Business
Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180-Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240- Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270- Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)


3110


Classic
"Keg Fridge"
Full size custom modi-
fied refrigerator. This
fridge is from the 60s -
tt may be old but it's
still in good shape. The
interior has been modi-
fied to hold a beer keg.
You provide the keg
and the tap system. Use
it for beer or to store
extra food. They don't
make 'em like this any-
morel!
Runs like a
Champ!
SOLD!!!


Dodge
Shadow 1991
Great for parts or
project. Interior great,
body and engine
need work. $450
obo. 362-8868




100% All new Queen
Pillowtop set. New. War-
ranty. Can deliver. $165
850-471-0330
Brand name Pillowtop
set, King, in plastic, w/
warranty. Delivery avail.
$209. 850 471-0330?
A Brand New.Full Mat-
tress w/box in plastic.
Warranty. $125. Can
Deliver. 850-471-0330


3230
Crestview
Everything
Goes!
663 Brunson St, PJ
Adams f over 1-10
Overpass, left irto
Antioch Estates. Sat-
urday and Sunday
from 8am-?? Furni-
ture, TV's, DVD play-
ers & lots of stuff.
Crestview
Fri & Sat 8-2
117 Fairway Dr.
Foxwood Estates off Anti-
och & PJ Adams. Lots of
stuff for everyone.


---3240

Gun Show
Panama City
Fairgrounds
Jan. 10& 11
*Sat. 9-5
*Sun. 10-4
Free Parking
(407)
275-7233
floridagunshows.com



3300
Sony PSP
Like new. Includes its
orginal charger and soft
case and an additional
hard case also. The PSP
comes with four games
including Madden 06,
NCAA 07, Tiger Woods
07, and Midnight Club 3
DUB Edition. Also in-
cludes one movie, Mr. &
Mrs. Smith. A great deal
at $200 cash firm. To
contact please call
864-5745 or 225-3638.
Please leave message if
no answer.









4100 Help Wanted
4110- Restaurants/Clubs
4120 Sales
4130 Employment
Information



Bldg Const/Skilled
Trade

Service
Technician
Now accepting applica-
tions for experienced
Service Technician with
commercial 3 Phase
Equipment Start Up and
piping experience for our
Crestview Commercial
Job. Must be EPA Certi-
fied.
Please Call GW Services
Heating & Air, INC. al
850-229-9125"


PBLSAS OB3BSS


FURITUE TOE UBA MNSEA SOR
VEHICLES* REAL ESTATEgj^Y^^J^[- MORE! I IB


SAT., FEB. 7TH 10 AM
FAIRGROUNDS 1958 LEWIS TURNER BLVD
FORT WALTON BEACH
BUY AT YOUR PRICE!
FURNITURE STORE: ENTIRE INVENTORY (NEW), 100's of
Items and Selections! Bedroom Sets, Clocks, Tables, Sofas &
Loveseats, Chairs, Lamps, China Cabinets, Armoires & Entertainment
Centers, Curios, Chests, Stools, Mirrors, Wall Deco, Bookcases &
Desks, Beds, Mattresses, More!
URBAN MENSWEAR STORE: (Hip Hop): Stock Includes Suits,
Shoes, Shirts, Ties, Hats, Coats, and Accessories. Note: Much to be
Sold in Bulk Lots, so, Come Prepared to Buy!
REAL ESTATE: Call For Bid Info. and Location Package:
1) 3.6 Acres (vacant residential) on Regan Dr. Crestview, FL. -
From Hwy. 85 Go W on Rattlesnake Bluff Rd to Regan Dr
(Look for Sign on N Side of Road). Roads are Dirt and Can be
Rough! Parcel # Property Appraisers Office (Okaloosa)
102N2400000002112A
2) Boat Slip #11 at the Santa Rosa Yacht Club, 300 Pensacola
Beach Rd. Gulf Breeze, FL. Parcel #10-38-29-4935-00000-
0110 (Santa Rosa Cty)
VEHICLES BOAT *TRAILER:
2004 Chevy Aveo '99 Dodge 3500 Truck* '99 GMC Pickup *
'99 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck '98 Glastron Boat* Gooseneck Utility
Dump Trailer New Arrivals 4 More Pickup Trucks
Preview & Inspection: Fri. 6th 10:00 am 4:00 pm, Sat 8:00 am
www.jacksonauction.com
Clyde Jackson Auctioneer (AU164AB69)
Brian Sparling APP. (AE329) (850) 862-4988


SALESPERSON Crestview 2BR/2BA
WANTED; Should 1540 S..Pearl St. $500.
have 3-5 years exp. en- mo + $500. dep. Call
ergetic, paid by com- 682-6514
mission, fax resume to restview
850-234-7848 Highly
Highly
Desireable
I 41a o Grandview
100 WORKERS Heights
NEEDED 3br 2ba fenced yard,
Assemble.crafts, wood most apple, hardwood
items. Materials pro- floors, new carpet, beau-
vided. To $480+/wk. tiful landscaping & utility
Free information pkg. 24 shed. Pets OK w/appr.
Hr 801-428-4649 $850/mo + $850 .DD.
301-659-7777.

Crestview
2/1 Duplex
freshly painted, $600
mo, $600 DD, pets ok
i- 3 I with additional deposit,
682-7731 Mon-Fri
6100 Business/ Crestvlew- 3 br, 2 ba
S Commercial home. ONLY $800 mo!
6110- Apartments Call Jenny at Pelican
6120 Beach Rentals
6130-Condo/Townhouse Real Estate 315-0972
6140- House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted Crestview
6160- Rooms lor Rent 3/1 Duple
6170- Mobile Home/Lot 3/1 Duplex
6180- Out-o-Town Rentals New carpet / freshly
8190 Timeshare Rentals ,
6200 Vacation Rentals painted, $700-mo, $700
DD, pets OK'with addi-
tional deposit, 682-7731
Mon-Fri
CrestviewCrestview-
Crestview
r iew Sa 3br, 2ba, brick home,
Office Space plus bonus room, fenced
Eight offices now availa- yard. South of I 10
ble in McLains Office $800mo. 850-687-0776
Plaza. Rental rate in-
cludes utilities, common Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
area and maintenance. 2 cg, FP, 1635sf. 3 yrs
682-0791 old. $995 mo+dd.pet ok
-----~ -- 850-865-2823
Professional Office build-80-85-
ing for Lease 1000sf. Crestview- Best Deal
101 Duggan Ave. (Next in Town! New 3 br, 2
to Eglin FCU) Call ba, 2 cg, quiet
621-0046 cul-de-sac $795
.^ ^ mo+dc. 850 305-8039
SCrestview- Newly re-
| 6110 modeled duplex, 3 br, 1
ba, CH&A, W/D hkup
N W TO AY $575/mo, $450dd. Call
NEMW JTUU"I 683-5759
For Lease or Sale
1 mo Free Rent! 3br, 2ba 2 story house
Crestview- 2br, iba, w/pool on 1 acre lot in
quiet, gated, No pets Holt area. references
$575mo / $550dep, 12 (850)537-8528 or
mo Ise req. 585-6985 850-499-7412


NEW OAY 6160
Crestview 2br, 1ba. Crestview- Room avail
CH&A, All Elec Appls. w/shared kitchen & pvt
$675 mo + 1 mo's bath. $85/wk includes
Dep. 850-582-4358 util & cable. 376-7676
Crestviw day shift preferred.
Crestview 2BR/1BA Ro
w.aerhnr r enr stove re- Roommate toshare


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


S 7100


Crestview






New 3br 2ba. Priced
$110-130,000. Please
call Bonnie In Destin,
Inc. 850-685-1699.





Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney
Rd
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built in
1994, kitchen recently
updated with stainless
steel appliances, comer
FP w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security system,
updated electronic irri-
gation, large screened
porch under roof, chain
link back yard perfect


brir. -for pets. $299,000..
frig. $500.mo + $500dp 3br, 2ba, brick house for pets. $299,000.
Call 682-6514 $450mo includes all utils Call 850 226-6754
FWB $590, 2BR/1 BA & cable. Call 689-8978
W/D incl. Cats ok
Close to both bases f
no smoke/8506213160 6170 Individual wants to
Crestview (North buy house for invest-
Crestview) Clean 2BR, ment. Call 651-0987
6130 1$500/mo + $500 dep
Call 682-0470
Crestview 2BR/1BA -
3 IBax I $450. mo + $400. dd Navarre
NIceville/BWB 3br, Call 398-0444 or Waterfront
2ba condo. Small pet 902-5922
ok. $1000/mo 259-4055 2 story, 4 br, 2/2 ba,
SCrestview 3BR/2BA 2150sf home on large
N w/fireplace on 1 acre. natural lot. 9' ceilings,
S$550. mo &-$550. aep. separate living & dining
6140 Call 682-9653 or rooms, eat-in kitchen.
Auburn area. No 758-8736 Lg. whirlpool tub and
smoke/pets. On 1 acre. Crestview- separate shower in
Like new large 3 br, 2 master bath. Beautiful,
ba, 1600sf, large $475mo, $400dd. 3br, quiet waterfront neigh-
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Monday
High school girls
basketball
District 1-5A tournament
Crestview vs. Fort.Walton
Beach, at Niceville, 7 p.m.

Tuesday
High school boys
basketball
Baker at Laurel Hill,
Varsity only, 7 p.m.
Crestview at Navarre,
JV 6 p.m./V 7:30 p.m.'

BRIEFS
Cal Ripken Baseball/
Babe Ruth Softball
Player registration for
Cal Ripken Baseball and
Babe Ruth Softball is now
open for North Okaloosa
Athletics. Players 4-18 can
register online at www.
noya.org or at Sports
2000, 314 S. Ferdon
Blvd., from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
weekdays and from 10
a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays.
Fees for T-ball, rookie
and all softball divisions
are $50. Minor and major,
league baseball is $65.
Junior and senior baseball
is $85.
A multi-child discount
of $10 per child is offered
for households with two or
more children playing.
Proof of age as of April
30 is required.

Super Lowball
Foxwood Country Club
will host a Super Lowball
four-person scramble on
Super Bowl Sunday.
Entry'fee is $29, and
there will be food and spe-
cial prizes.
For more information,
call 682-2012.

Super Bowl
TV giveaway
Not only can local foot-
ball fans watch the biggest
football game of the year
on Sunday at Hooters of'
Crestview, but also one
lucky customer will take
home a brand new TV.
The winner of the 26-
inch LCD HDTV will be
drawn during Super Bowl
Sunday at the restaurant
at 180 Cracker Barrel
Road. Customers could
register during NFL playoff
games.

BAYA baseball,
softball registration
All youths ages 3-16 in-
terested. in playing BAYA
T-ball, baseball or softball
can sign up at the Baker
High School gym from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays
in January. Participants
.also can register at the
BAYA ballpark Feb. 2, 3,
5 or 6 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Online registration is avail-
able at www.eteamz..
com/BAYA.
Tryouts are Feb. 7.
Age 6-8 baseball and
softball.and age 9-10
baseball and softball will
be at 9 a.m. Age 11-12
baseball and softball and
age 13-14 baseball and
.softball will be at 10:30
a.m.
Opening day will be
March 7.

Heavy Hitters
12U baseball
The Northwest Heavy
-litters 1 2U baseball team
is looking for players who
turn 1 3 after May 1.
For more information,
contact Melvin at 902-
6237 or Greg at 496-
9235.

Laurel Hill spring
sports registration
The city of Laurel
Hill's T-Ball, baseball and
softball season starts in
March. Registration is
$25. Sign up now at City
Hall or call 652:4441 for
more information.


BASKETBALL TEAMS PREPARE FOR POSTSEASON


Girls district basketball tournament play
gets under way in the next few days.
No. 6 seed Crestview takes on No. 3 Fort
Walton Beach in District 1-5A action on
Monday in Niceville.
Baker and Laurel Hill will have to wait
until Friday to get started in their respective
tournaments. The No. 2 seed Gators likely
will take on No. 3 seed Freeport in the Dis-
trict 1-2A tourney in Vernon. The Hoboes,
the No. 4 seed, will play top seeded Paxton
' in the District 1-1A tournament at Central.
With the start of the second season,
there's a renewed optimism for all the
teams. Coaches know lightening can strike
at the most opportune times in the way of
upsets that can change the landscape of a
tournament bracket.
The top two teams from all district tour-
naments advance to the FHSAA playoffs.
Crestview coach KeithWhite has seenhis
team improve throughout his first season
with the Bulldogs. White wasn't making any
predictions about the opener, but he thinks
the Bulldogs can stay with the Vikings.
"I don't know how it shapes up," he said.
"Fort Walton Beach has beat us by three
points at their place and then the other night
they beat us by 13 here.
"We are looking for a good game. We plan
on playing hard."
White doesn't expect Viking coach Holly
McDaniel to change her strategy in the
tournament.
"We know they are going to, play us full-
court man (defense) and give us a lot of
pressure," he said. "We've been working on
that a lot. We've played them twice, which
helps us.
"We just hope to make a good showing.
When you are in that type of tournament,
you know it's win and keep playing or one
(loss) and go home. We'd like to shock some-
body and pull an upset maybe."
If Laurel Hill beats Paxton in the first
round of the District 1-1A tournament, then
it will be an upset of major proportions. Hobo
coach Scott Varnum knows it.


"The only way to get to the finals is an up-
set," he said. "We are the four seed and they
are the one seed.
"We definitely have to bring our 'A' game
and play an exceptional game to upset
them. We proved a couple of weeks ago
when we played them here that we can stay
with them. We were only down by eight at
halftime."
Varnum's goal for his team is to be in the
game until the end.
"If we get in that position, it will be be-
cause of the pace of the game," he said. "They-
really like to push the ball and run. Our kids
have to just shut down their two big scorers
(Emmalee Enfinger and Erin Walker).
"We just have to try and contain (those)
two and let everybody else get what they
can get."
SBaker enters its semifinal as the favorite
to advance to the finals and a probable re-
match against Ponce de Leori. Being the No.
2 seed doesn't seem to bother Gator coach
Kathy Combest.
"NQ. 1 is great, but you have a bull's-eye
onyou more than anybody,else whenyou are
No. 1," she said. "They are looking for that
team to go all the way through, and some-
times they do, and sometimes they don't.
"Still, you have to go in and play your
game.'I don't care who is going to play Sat-
urday night. I've got to take care of Friday
night."
Combest has a pretty good idea of what
to expect from the Bulldogs.
"They have an outside shooter that they
protect real well," she said. "They send her
off picks and stuff. We've just got to make
sure we have someone on her and then get
the rebounds.
"They are real good about crashing the
boards and putting shots backup. Those are
the two things I'm really concerned about."
The Gators have played a gauntlet of
larger schools in preparation for the district
tournament. Combest thinks that will help
when tournament action gets under way.
"We've played Crestview, Niceville and
Navarre all within a week of each other,"
she said. "I feel good about going against
anyone in our district."


t LOOKING FOR A BREAKTHROUGH
North Okaloosa County has a proud girls basketball tradition, but none of the
area's three girls basketball programs have won a playoff game since Baker's run
W to the Class 2A state semifinals in 2004

School Last playoff appearance Last playoff win

Baker 2008 2004,
Crestview 2004 1994
Laurel Hill 2007 2003
Get istrct turna entscheulesand esuls a


GOLF TIPS

FROM THE PRO

These tips will

stop your tops

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Topping a shot is a
common problem for ev-
ery golfer at one time or
another In this week's
Golf Tips from the Pro,
Heritage Plantation PGA.
teaching pro Jeff Marks
explains some things
that will keep you from
topping the ball.
There are a number of
.reasons people top the ball.
No. 1, golfers try.to
help the golf ball up in the
air. They try to use the club
head to lift the ball, and
they swing up on shots that
are on the ground, like an
iron shot. If you watch tour
pros, they never do that.
Another reason people
top the ball is because they
play the ball too far up in
their stance. I see a lot of
people trying to hit a 7-iron
off their front toe. What
happens is when the ball
is in front of your sternum
- any point in front of your
sternum the club tends to
move up when you get to
impact. It's very hard to hit
down on the golf ball with
an iron if you are playing
it very far forward in your
stance. That's why typical
golf instruction tells you to
play your.short irons in the
middle of your stance with
your hands slightly ahead
so you can hit down on the
shot.
Another reason people
top the ball is they are using
too much right hand (left
hand for left-handers) in their
golf swing:They get to the
top of their backswing and
then they are trying to hit as
hard as they can with the
right hand.
People will end up
"casting" the golf club. That
means the club head is
working faster than the grip.
If the club head is working
faster than the grip off the
top, the club head is going
to pass the grip coming
into impact. Now we are
in a position where we are
flipping the club at impact.
That will cause a topped
shot.,
Another reason people
top is too much weight on
the back side. If you get to
the top of your backswing
and start with your hands
and have no leg transition
toward the front side, what
happens is the weight stays
on the back side, and my
sternum is way behind the
ball. That promotes topping
or scooping as well.
To prevent topping, we
want to play any short iron
shot in, the middle of our
feet. We like our weight to
be 50-50 on our feet. Our
hands are forward pressed
slightly ahead of the golf
ball about an inch. That will
promote hitting down.
We want a nice soft
right hand, or trailing hand,
in the swing, so we can
get good wrist hinge going
back. This is.critical going
down and also so we can
maintain some lag in the
downswing between the
lead arm and the shaft.
It's important to feel from
the top we are shifting our
weight. Once we get back
to the top, we want to feel
the legs and feet start mov-
ing toward the front side
and the arms drop behind
the body and trail the legs.
That puts you in a position
to hit down on the ball.
If you have a ques-
tion for Jeff Marks, then
e-mail it to News Bulle-
tin Sports Editor Randy
Dickson at randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com.
Or you can mail it to
Randy Dickson, 295 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crest-
view, FL 32536.


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