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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: April 4, 2009
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and the resulting 'damage,, in
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New Laurel Hill mayor,
council members sworn in


NEW MAYOR: Clockwise from top left, Judge Patt Money congratulates Ferrin
Campbell Jr. following his swearing-in as Laurel Hill's new mayor. Four
generations of Campbells attended the swearing-in including his father, former
Sheriff Ferrin Campbell Sr., left, son Ferrin Campbell III (center) and grandson
Ferrin Campbell IV (center boy). Also present were the mayor's grandsons
Ayden Campbell, left, and Brinn Jones, right. New council members, from left,
Willie Mae Toles and Joan Smith, and returning councilman Robby Adams
take the oath of office from Judge Patt Money. Laurel Hill's first couple, Mayor
Ferrin Jr. and Mildred Campbell.


Story and photos by Brian Hughes
Crestiewv News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL Skies were gray Wednes-
day afternoon, but inside Laurel Hill City
Hall, hearts were light as the town's new
mayor and councilmembers were sworn
in. ' .
"It's a great day to celebrate our de-
mocracy," remarked Okaloosa County
Court Judge Patt Maney, who presided


over the ceremony.
Following an invocation by the Rev.
Mark Broadhead, pastor of the Laurel
Hill Presbyterian Church, Judge Maney
administered the oath of office. to the
council's newest members, Joan Smith
and Willie Mae Toles. Returning mem-
ber Robby Adams, who is starting his
first complete term in office, took the
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New, council member
takes office Monday

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's newest city council
member can't wait to get started.
"I'm excited about it," said Tim
Grandberry, who won the Precinct 2
city council election
on March 10. "I'm
'looking forward to a
new challenge and
looking forward to
getting started."
Grandberry will
be sworn in dur-
ing a ceremony at
TIM 6 p.m. Monday at
GRANDBERRY Crestview City Hall.
Chip Wells (Precinct
1) and Charles Baugh (Precinct 3),
who won re-election in their pre-
cincts, also will take the oaths of of-
fice to begin their new terms. The
council then will elect officers for the
upcoming year.
Grandberrry has been attend-
ing city council meetings to get up
to speed on city business. He plans
to meet with all of the city's depart-
ment heads, but elected to wait
until after April 6 out of respect for
current Precinct 2 council member
Lillie Conyers, his opponent in the
March 10 election.
He says his top priority will be
to enhance city programs for local
youths.
"i want to get something done for
the kids," he said. "I want to look for
a place for them to have something
to go to after school."
Grandberry said congestion on
local roads also is one of his top con-
cerns.
His first regular meeting with the
council will be April 13.
"I'm looking forward to making
Crestview a better place to live, work
and play," he said.


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KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
TORNADO DAMAGE: Bill Arnold points out some of
the damage a tornado caused at the Blackwater
Fish Hatchery near Holt on Tuesday.


Tornado witness:

'It made for an

interesting evening'


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

HOLT -All of the inhab-
itants of the Blackwater
Fish Hatchery on Bryant
Road Bridge on Tuesday
- both people and fish -
escaped a tornado strike
unscathed.
The hatchery building
itself wasn't so fortunate.
The tornado caused
about $10,000 worth of
damage to the building.
The storm caused the
walls to separate from the
foundation in two places
in a corner of the facility.
The twisteralso sucked
an aerator out of one of the
facility's ponds and tossed
it to the ground, smashing
it to bits.
"It made for an inter-
esting evening," said Bill
Arnold, the fishery tech-
nician at the hatchery. "I
guess it was God showing
his sense of humor."
Arnold saw the oncom-
ing funnel cloud through


a window in the hatchery.
He and and two other em-
ployees in the building
had just enough time to
take shelter in a closet.
He said the winds
sounded fiercer than
the ones he experienced
when Hurricane Ivan hit
Pensacola in 2004.
He. said the storm
came and went in about
90 seconds.
Cleaning up afterward
took considerably lon-
ger. The damage to the
walls also caused water
supply pipes to the facil-
ity's aquariums to burst.
Hatchery employees
stayed until midnight re-
storing the water supply
to the 1 million eggs and
fry in the facility's aquari-
ums.
Another damage as-
sessment was scheduled
for Thursday.

See more photos of the
damage at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


Police: Suspect
planned 'violent
shooting' in Crestview
A man authorities said
was plotting a bank rob-
bery and "violent shootout"
in the city of Crestview has
been arrested by federal au-
thorities.
Taurean Proch, 26, who
has a history of violent run-
ins with local police, was
taken into custody March
20 in Omaha, Neb. by a Bu-
reau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms and Explosives
SWAT team, a Crestview
Police Department news
release said.
He was charged under
federal statutes with so-
licitation to commit armed
bank robbery and posses-
sion of a firearm by a con-
victed felon, the release
said.
The decision to serve
a search warrant "due to
Proch's violent nature" was
made after information was
collected via "electronic
communications" that he
was putting together an
arsenal to use to commit a
bank robbery.
Proch was planning to
conduct, surveillance of
the First National Bank of
Crestview, developed es-
cape routes, and intended
to engage responding
Crestview police officers in
a violent shootout.
The shootout Proch was
planning would have been
"similar to the incident that
occurred in Hollywood, Cal-
ifornia in 1997."
Inthatincident,bankrob-
bery suspects exchanged
automatic weapons gunfire
with police, leaving 10 of-
ficers arid seven civilians
injured. Both suspects were
killed in the shootout.
In May of 2008, accord-
ing to the Crestview police
news release, Proch was
the object of a five-hour
manhunt. The release and
court records indicate he


HOME DESTROYED: Fire destroyed this home on
Thursday.


disarmed a police officer
and escaped custody.
Proch was being held
in federal custody awaiting
extradition to Florida, the
news release said.
Tom McLaughlin I
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers

Warm welcome for
Honor Flight
For 103 veterans of one
of history's greatest wars,
this was their salute. .
,Hundreds of people
from across the Emerald
Coast jammed into North-
west Florida Regional Air-
port on Wednesday night
to welcome home their be-
loved war veterans many
fathers and grandfathers
but most of them complete
strangers after one
short day away. The people
cheered until their throats
were sore.
Welcome home, and
thank you.
It was the same feeling
in Washington, where busy
travelers stopped in the
middle of Ronald Reagan
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him a true Baker native. Married and the father of a beautiful daughter, Shannon
began wciking with First National Bank of Crestview in 2006. He currently holds
the title of assistant manager of the Information Technology Department. In 2007,
Shannon's-co-workers honored him with the "Employee of the Quarter" award and
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KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
East Williams Avenue early


and clap, some of them in
tears as one by one, the vet-
erans stepped into view.
This was the third
Honor Flight and the first
one to include such a large
number of veterans from-
Okaloosa, Walton and
Santa Rosa counties 57
of them. North Okaloosa
Medical Center was a plati-
num sponsor for this Honor
Flight.
Today, Honor Flight or-
ganizers say 1,200 to 1,500 of
some 3 million members of
the World War II generation
die each day. The trips to the
nation's new war memorial
are funded by contributions
from the community, with
priority given to veterans
who are terminally ill.
See more from the Hon-
or Flight in the April 2 edi-
tion of the Northwest Flor-
ida Daily News or at www.:
crestviewbulletin.com.
Andrew Gant / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspa-
pers

Weapons robbery
leads to arrests
Two Crestview residents
are charged with armed
burglary after stealing cash
andweapons from a home in
the Fort Walton Beach area
Sunday afternoon, accord-
ing to an Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office report.
The Sheriff's Office has
charged 20-year-old Ste-
phon Letray Thrash of 163
Conquest Avenue, and 21-
year-old Amos Clifton Clay-
borne of 454 Jillian Drive
with armed burglary, grand
theft firearm, and grand
theft.
Similar charges are also
pending against three co-
defendants.
Deputies from the Oka-
loosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice were called to 449 Wa-
terway Lane around 2:30
p.m. Sunday. A resident


there says five people he'd
invited into the house later
forced him into his father's
bedroom and stole cash,
two semi-automatic rifles, a
12 gauge shotgun, and a .22
caliber rifle before fleeing
the home.
Troopers with the Florida
Highway Patrol spotted the
suspects' getaway car on
PJ Adams Road near Crest-
view and made a traffic stop
on Villacrest Drive, assisted
by officers from the Crest-
view Police Department. In-
side the vehicle's trunk, they
found the stolen weapons
wrapped in a blanket.
Crestview News Bul-
letin

Crestview home
destroyed by fire
Crestview Fire Depart-
ment firefighters were
called to 616 East Williams
Avenue at 2 a.m. Thursday
to battle a fully involved
house fire. The house was
vacant at the time.
Theywere unable to save
the structure, but knocked
the fire down with about.20
minutes.
No one was injured.
The State Fire Marshal
has been called to investi-
gate.
"The fire is suspicious in
nature because the house
was vacant at the time and
had no power," said Battal-
ion Chief Marquis Johnson.
Wendy Victora / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

NOFD citizens
committee meeting
date change
The North Okaloosa Fire
District's new citizens advi-
sory committee will hold its
next meeting April 14 at 6
p.m. at the airport station.
Crestview News Bul-
letin


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To have contentment, there


has to be first commitment


Commit your way to
the LORD; trust in him
and he will do this:
Rest in the LORD and
* wait patiently for Him;
Do not fret because of
him who prospers in his
way, Because of the man
who carries out wicked
schemes.
Psalms 37:5, 7

By setting "self" aside:
This does not mean
that we must completely
eliminate
our wishes
or desires,
for these
can
sometime
be of help
to us in the
knowledge
BROTHER of our
RAYMOND' duties -
WILLIAMS especially
in a life
dedicated to God. From
the heart come the issues
of life (Prov. 4:23), and the
born-again heart wants to
serve God. Therefore the
"desires" of a saved heart
are often in harmony
with God's will. Yet we
must take special care
that our desires are kept
in subordination to Him
"not my will, but thine,
be done," by prayer,
thought, and care not
by emotion only:
Committing our way
unto the Lord does not
mean that we are to adopt
a careless attitude about
our duties, abandoning


patient thought and
prayer. It does not mean
neglect of our own
responsibilities, nor
does it mean that we are
free to act on impulse,
mistaking emotion for
the voice of God. On the
contrary, it is our solemn
duty to exercise thought
and prayer that our way
may be the same as God's
way. He does not reveal
His way to those who do
not care to know it, but
His counsel is given freely
when sincerely sought.
"Trust also in Him."
God speaks to us through
our His word, through
his circumstances and
through our own hearts.
If in all our ways we
acknowledge Him, He
will direct our paths
(Prov. 3:6); but this is
possible only if we "trust
also in Him." This is
the condition of all wise
judgments.
These two keys
- "commit" and "trust"
- will open the doors of.
peace, contentment and
joy in the Lord. We must
commit out way unto
Him and then trust His
guidance.
"Rest in the Lord,
and wait patiently for
Him." ... Shall we be like
the mule, which has no
understanding and must
be pulled with bridles and
beaten with whips before
it will go? (Psalm 32:9).
Or shall we be led by the
gentle hand of Jesus,


truly committing our way
unto Him, that we may
experience the joy of
"rest in the Lord"?
"Rest!" What a
wonderful word. The
future is dim and
threatening even after all
of our efforts to prepare
for it. We know so little and
often what we do know is
so sad that our ignorance
of what may be (and the
certainty of what must
be) fills us with fear and
foreboding. We know there
will be disappointments,
failures, sorrow even
death; but God has
promised never to leave
us nor forsake us, and the
certainty of His presence
makes it possible to face
an unknown future.
The only rest for a
weary soul is "in the
Lord." If we are sure He
will be there whatever
the future holds, we
can afford to say, "It is
well." The thought of
His presence will give
calmness.
But remember that
the peaceful confidence of
this counsel is good only
when we have obeyed
the words "commit" and
"trust." How blessed then
to leave all the possible
"tomorrows" in his hands.

Brother Raymond
Williams is pastor at
New Beginnings .Church
located at 412 W James
Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Phonq 689-2988.


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Wednesday.

EVENTS

BRITTNI WARD CON-
CERT: is planned Sundayat
Center Ridge United Meth-
odist Church, 1861 County
Highway 1883, during the 11
a.m. worship service.
A love offering will be
taken for Brittni and she
will have her newest CD
available for purchase.
ROLLIN'FORCHRIST
CRUSADE: The Up Root-
ing Strongholds Crusade in
Crestview, based on II Cor-
inthians 10, verses 4 and 5,
kicks off Monday at the Ed
Hill Manor Apartments ball
park on Bay Street. It will
continue at 6 p.m. each eve-
ning through April 10.
Services continue April
11 with a noon luncheon.
On April 12, a 6 a.m. sunrise
service (with breakfast)
will be held.
For details on these
events, contact John and
Cynthia at 682-9176,850-543-
1943,orrollinforchrist@cox.
net. To learn more about
Rollin for Christ, visit the
Web site at www.myspace.
com/rollingforchrist.
CATHOLIC EASTER
SERVICES: at Our Lady
of Victory Catholic Church
in Crestview include:
Mass on Monday,
,Tuesday and Wednesday at
8a.m.
Lord's Supper Mass,
Thursday at 7 p.m.
Good Friday of the
Lord's Passion, Friday at
7 p.m.


Holy Saturday Easter
Vigil, April 11 at 8 p.m.
Easter Sunday Mass-
es at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.
LDS CONFERENCE:
In lieu of regular meetings
in the Fort Walton Beach
Stake (including Crest-
view Wards I and ID, the
following schedule will be
observed for the 180th Gen-
eral Conference:
Today's broadcast
times, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Priesthood Broadcast
7 to 9 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. to
1 p.m., potluck lunch be-
tween sessions in Fort Wal-
ton Beach. Final broadcast
from 3 to 5 p.m.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: are held
on the first Saturday of
the month. Finds gener-
ated are used for Epiphany
Episcopal Church's out-
reach activities.
Participants may sell
whatever they like at a cost
of $10 per parking space.
Concessions are available.
inside.
Call Mary at 850-665-
' 3437 for details. The church
is located at 424 Garden St.
in Crestview.
The Crestview Area
Ministerial Association will
conduct a sunrise service
Easter morning at 6 a.m.
Easter Sunday, April 12.
Congregants of: all
faiths are invited to attend
the non-denominational
service at the 'pavilion in
Spanish Trail Park.
The Rev. David Ed-
wards, Live Oak Baptist
Church's new pastor, will
deliver the sermon. Other
area pastors will partici-


pate in the service.
After the service, Rev.
Broadhead invites partici-
pants to enjoy a pancake
breakfast sponsored by
his church's youth group
from 7 until 10 a.m. at the
Fellowship Hall, located on
the corner of Beech Avenue
and S. Ferdon Boulevard.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contempo-
rary .worship is at 9 a.m.
at the church, located at
located at 5826 N. Hwy. 189,
just north of the traffic light
in Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Radio
show airs every day at 12:30
p.m. on WTJT 90.1 FM. Pre-
sented by Northwest Flori-
da Church of God, pastored
by Carl Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA: The
Rite of Christian Initiation
of Adults (RCIA) is designed
for those' seeking one or
more of the Sacraments of
Initiation; Baptism, Confir-
mation, and Eucharist. This
formation process is the
church's approved method
for individuals to become
members of the Catholic
community. Sessions are
held at the Eglin Chapel
Center Annex from 7 p.m.
to 9 p.m. each Wednesday
evening. Details: Susan Hu-
berty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE
COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offer-
ing a free Bible correspon-
dence course. Call 682-4025
for more information. The
radio program airs Monday
through Saturday at 5:45
a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.


" What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

SIGN UP FOR HEAD
START: Parents of chil-
dren who will be 5 years
old on or before Sept. 1
may sign up their children
for kindergarten and the
summer VPK program
from April 6 to 10.
Registration may be
completed at any time dur-
ing the regular school day
at the school zoned for the
child's neighborhood.
You must present the
child's birth certificate,, a
Florida certificate of im-
munization, a Social Se-
curity card and a school
physical (dated no later'
than a year prior to the
first day.of school). Florida
proof of residency is also
needed for Summer VPK.
Details: 833-9333. Sum-
iner VPK details: Michelle
Flaherty, 833-3627 or Kathy
Baird, 833-3889.
OST PAGEANT
APRIL 11: The 'Crestview
High School cheerleaders
will sponsor the Old Span-
ish Trail Kings & Queens
Pageant April 11, with the
birth- to 5-year-olds group
at 2 p.m. and 6- to 21-year-
olds group at 6 p.m. The
deadline to enter is today
at noon, no exceptions.
The pageant is un-
der the direction of M&D
Events (www.events-
md.com). For details, call


682-0031, 682-6129 or 682-
2175.
ABWA MEETING: on
April 14 at Azteca Mexi-
can Restaurant in Crest-
view begins at 5:15 with
networking. It will feature
Jason Mobley of Unique
Physiques. A 50/50 draw-
ing will be held and door
prizes distributed. Bring
a friend. Details: Susie
Chestnut, 259-3001 or
susiechestnut@gmail.
* com; Beth Panzik, '865-
8376 or, bpanzik@yahoo.
com; or Kathi Ridge, 902-
0542 or kathiridge@gmail.
com. Web site at www.ab-
wacrestview.org.
CAR SHOW: The Span-
ish Trail Cruisers of Crest-
view will host their ninth
Timeless Classics Car
show April 18 in downtown
Crestview, Registration is
from 8 a.m. to noon, with
dash plaques and goody
bags going to the first 50
entrants.
The event includes a
poker run, car show, swap
meet and yard sale. Poker
run registration starts at 8
a.m., parking for show en-
tries is from noon to 3 p.m.
Show information: Mike
Turman, '428-1161. Ven-
;dor information: Frances
Gautney, 689-1007. Swap'
meet or yard sale informa-
tion: Danny Tate, 682-6623.
MOSAIC 5K RUN/
WALK: will be held April
18 at 8:30 a.m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Park pavil-
ion on Stillwell Blvd. in


Crestview. It includes a
one-mile Kids Fun Run at
9:30 and awards presenta-
tion at 10:30. Sign up is $20
for adults and $10 for kids
nine years old and young-
er. Registration forms are
available online at www.
mosaiccrestview.com.
EARTH DAY LUNCH
N LEARN: The Crestview
Chamber of Commerce
Education Committee will
host an Earth Day Lunch.
'n Learn April22 from 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. at its nbw.
location. RSVP to Ester
Molder at emolder@uwf.'
edu or 833-3743, by April
17. Space is limited to first
30 registrants. Giveaways
are planned.
VENDORS WANTED:
MOMS Club of Crestview is
sponsoring a Spring Fling
Consignment Sale April 25
from 7 to 11 a.m. at Cen-
tral Baptist Church. Ven-
dor applications are now
being accepted. Spaces
are available for $10. Pro-
ceeds from vendor spaces
will benefit T9ys for Tots.
Spaces will be provided,
on a first-come, first-serve
basis. Contact LeAnne Ar-
cher at (850) 240-3807 to re-
serve a space or for more,
information.
RED CROSS CLASS-
ES: in Okaloosa County
are listed below. Call
1 (800) 773-7620 for details
on any of these events.
Babysitter'sBootcamp-
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oath at the same time.
With his father, former
Okaloosa County Sheriff
Ferrin Campbell Sr., and
his grandsons,, including
Ferrin Campbell IV, at his
side, Ferrin Campbell Jr.
was next sworn in as Lau-
rel Hill's new mayor.
The Rev. Broadhead
is Mayor Campbell's pas-
tor. In 2007, Judge Maney
retired from the Army
Reserves as a brigadier
general following a distin-
guished legal, military and
diplomatic career. Today he
is known in. judicial circles
as "the peoples' judge."
The city council cham-
ber is familiar turf for Coun-
cilwoman Toles. She served
on the body in the late 1990s,
and is looking forward to re-
turning to her seat.


"I'm going to give it an-
other try," Toles smiled.
-Toles, Smith and Adams
join returning council mem-
bers Johnny James and Bet-'
ty Williamson on the body.
Before the ceremony,
Campbell turned to Maney
and joked, "I hope I get
through this correctly. I
don't want to be like Presi-
dent Obama and have to be
sworn in twice," referring to
Chief Justice John Roberts'
fumbled administration of
the presidential oath.
In brief remarks after
the ceremony, the town's
new mayor, noting his nar-
row three-vote victory mar-
ginin the March 10 election,
assured the packed council
chamber, "I am going to
work just as hard for those
who didn't vote for me.


"I was fortunate to win
against two good candi-
dates," he said, acknowl-
edging his competition in
the mayoral race.
Campbell thanked outgo-
ing Mayor Vizell Robbins for
his years of service as both
mayor and city councilman,
and retiring council presi-
dent Larry Hendren, whom
he praised for his continu-
ing service to the city.
"I intent to move Laurel
Hill into the 21st century,"
Mayor Campbell said, "but
first we have to take care of
the potholes left over from
the 20th century."


CPR, Adult, Child, and In-
fant today, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
April 11, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
April 25,i8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Standard 'First Aid w/
CPR-Adult today, 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. or April 15, 10:30
a.m. to 3 p.m.'
Bloodborne Pathogens
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April 13 or 28; 6 to 9 p.m.
CPR/AED, Adult -
April 7, 6 to 10 p.m.
CPR, Child and Infant:
April 10, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
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Babysitter's Training
April 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
CPR, Adult, Child, and
Infant: April 21 and 23, 6
to 9 p.m.; CPR/AED-For
the Professional Rescuer:
April 25, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lifeguard classes will
also be held in April. Call
for details.
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The newest weapon in
the Crestview Police De-
partment's arsenal is in
your pocket.
Your cell phone.
If you know whodunit
but don't want to get in-
volved, a new program an-
nounced Thursday morn-
ing allows citizens to text
a tip to the police Without
anyone ever knowing who
sent it.
"It's 100 percent anony-
mous," assured Crestview
Police Chief Brian Mitch-
ell.


"Tip411," an Internet-
based communications
tool, uses software de-
veloped by the St. Paul,
Minn.-based Citizen Ob-
server company and is
reserved exclusively for
public safety agency use.
The call is local. Mes-
sages are relayed to Citi-
zen Observer, where the
software strips out any
identifying information
that could reveal the send-
er's phone number and
identity. The message is
then immediately relayed
to the Crestview Police
Department.
Officers can respond


back and have a two-way
anonymous chat with the
sender.
"We hope this gives
people another avenue to
reach out and help their
community without get-
ting involved if they don't
want to," Mitchell said.
CrimeStoppers also
employs the service, but
the CPD is the only law
enforcement agency in the
area to offer the service.,
"You've got to use tech-
nology, especially in these
tight budget times," Chief
Mitchell said. "We hope it
catches on, especially with
the younger folks."


"With anonymous com-
munications, it makes it a
lot easier to send in a tip
for someone who. is hesi-
tant to do so," said CPD
Lt. Kent Buckner. "The
technology removes all
identifying information
before the Crestview Po-
lice Department sees it so
there's no way to identify
the sender.
"When someone feels
afraid to come forward or
feels like they don't want
to get involved, this can
be a great way to pass in-
formation on without fear
or retribution," Buckner
said.


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Saturday, April 4, 2009


Education


Crestview News Bulletin I 5


Good causes promoted at Bob Sikes Elementary


I FROM THE
PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE

Principal Gary
Massey provided this
report from Bob Sikes
Elementary.

"Spring Into
Reading" is our reading
incentive for students
during Spring Break.
Reading logs were sent
home with each student.
Students must keep
track of their reading on
a form and return it to
their teacher after Spring
Break. All students who
meet their goal will get
a chance to slime the .
principal! Grade level
reading goals are listed
below.
Kindergarten, first and
second grades: 10 picture
books or one chapter
book.
Third grade: 100 total


pages
Fourth grade: 150 total
pages
Fifth grade: 250 total
pages
Students should
wear tennis shoes, play
clothes and sunscreen on
field days. Remember to
bring your water bottle.
In case of bad weather,
we will post up-to-date
info on our school Web
site, www.okaloosa.kl2.
fl.us/bobsikes/. You also
may call our front office
at 689-7268.
Field day schedule:
Kindergarten: April 10
First grade: April 13
Second grade: April 14
Third grade: April 15
Fourth grade: April 16
Fifth grade: April 17
On April 23, Bob
Sikes will celebrate
Arbor Day by planting
trees on our school
grounds. Trees are being
provided by Crestview
Nursery. Florida Nursery,
Growers and Landscape
Association, has given our


school a $40 voucher to
purchase trees for this
special occasion. Fourth-
graders will be in charge
of this great project
to beautify our school
grounds and provide
habitats for nesting birds.
Our Spring Carnival
is scheduled from 5 to
7:30 p.m. April 24. A blood
drive will take place from
4 to 8 p.m. the same day.
This blood drive is open
to the public.
Students will be
selling ready-to-bake
Classic Cookie Original
Collection cookie dough
and Boutique Collection
Jewelry & Accessories
as part of a Relay For
Life spring fundraiser.
Students and parents,.
please offer these
delicious cookies and
specialty items to your
friends, relatives and
neighbors. If possible,
take the brochures to
work! If every student
sells 12 items, then we
will have a successful


fundraiser! Money and
order forms are due
Wednesday. Products
will be delivered April
30. Remember, we do not
want the children going
door-to-door without
adult supervision.
The PE. Department
sponsored a Jump Rope
For Heart fundraiser.
We raised $2,575, which
will be donated to
the American Heart
Association.
We have been
participating in Change
for Children. Students
were asked to bring


and donate their spare
change in support of
children who need
services provided by
Children In Crisis
Inc. Students also
have enjoyed special
fundraising activities.
March 4 was Chew Gum
in Class Day. Students
were permitted to
purchase gum for 25
cents and chew in class
and all around campus!.
Wednesday is Wear
A Hat Day. For 25 cents,
students may wear a hat
indoors throughout the
campus.


So far, Bob Sikes
students and staff have
raised $7,730.92!
Our Change for
Children campaign
ends April 10. Children
in Crisis Inc. is a non-
profit charity of caring
people working together
to provide homes and
establish hope to the
abused, neglected and
abandoned children of
our community.

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Sample a read and feed at LHS

Book fair, Boston butts, steak dinner benefit student programs


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL -What could be better than
enjoying a good steak dinner or Boston
butt, then curling up with a good book?
How about the satisfaction of knowing
that your purchases of either benefit the
students of Laurel Hill School?
Parents are invited to Family Night at
the school's annual Book Fair from 4:30
to 7 p.m. Wednesday in the school's me-
dia center. Browse the vast selection and
take home some great reading material
for the whole family.
Wednesday is also the last chance to
order a steak dinner to be grilled April
10. Dinners are $10 each and will benefit
the Laurel Hill School Hoboes baseball


team.
The baseball team boosters' Jeff
Jones will grill the steaks, which will be
accompanied by a green salad, dessert
and tea. Pick up your dinner at 6 p.m.-at
the school baseball field. Dinners must
be ordered in advance by Wednesday.
In addition, just in time for Easter
dinner, Jones will cook succulent Bos-
ton butts, which will be available for pick
up between 3 and 6 p.m. April 10 from
Jones' home in front of the school. Each
7-8 pound Boston butt is just $25.
For more information about the Book
lFair, purchasing a Boston butt, or steak
dinner, 'call 'the school office at 850-652-
4111. For details about the steak dinner
or Boston butts, ask to speak to Chana
Russell or Ronnie Smith.
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MILITARY HONORS

Lucchesi completes basic at Lackland
Air Force Airman Joshua M. Lucchesi has graduat-
ed from basic military training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks of training, the
airman studied the Air Force mission,
organization, core values, and military
customs and courtesies; performed
Sj drill and ceremony marches; and re-
ceived physical training, rifle marks-
; manship, field training exercises and
i _' special training in human relations.
P In addition, airmen who complete
LUCCHESI basic training earn credits toward an
associate. in applied science degree
relating through the Community College of the Air
Force.
He is the son of Michael Lucchesi of Crestview and
graduated in 2006 from Crestview High School.


Saturday, April 4, 2009


Change of command planned today at Duke Field


Special to the News Bulletin
DUKE FIELD Col.
Steven J. Chapman, com-
mander of the Air Force
Reserve's 919th Special
Operations Wing, will re-
linquish leadership to
Col. Jon A. Weeks, 919th
SOW vice commander,
in a change of command
ceremony at 9 a.m. today.
Maj. Gen. Thomas "T.C."
Coon, 10th Air Force com-
mander, Naval Air Station
Joint Reserve Base Fort
Worth, Texas, will officiate
the ceremony.


Col. Chapman has part of Air Mobility
been reassigned as Command's Global
commander of the Reach airlift capa-
Air Force Reserve's ability.
315th Airlift Wing, In his new duties
Charleston Air Force as 919th SOW com-
Base, S.C., where he mander, Col. Weeks
will be responsible will be responsible
for organizing, train- COL. STEVEN for organizing,
ing and equipping a CHAPMAN training, equipping
unit with more than and maintaining the
2,400 people. Op- wing's special oper-
erating C-17 Globemas- nations forces to ensure unit
ter III airlift aircraft, the readiness for worldwide de-
315th AW is an associate ployment to regional unified
unit of the Charleston ac- commands. The most dec-
tive-duty host 437th Airlift orated Air Force Reserve
Wing and provides a large wing, the 919th SOW em-


ploys the MC-130E Combat
Talon I, PC-12/U-28 Pilatus
in association with the Air
Force Special Operations
Training Center and the
MQ-1 Predator Unmanned
Aerial Vehicle Squadron in
association with the 27th
SOW Although the 919th
SOW is a subordinate unit
of Air Force Reserve Com-
mand, during wartime the
wing reports to Air Force
Special Operations Com-
mand headquartered at
Hurlburt Field.
Today's ceremony is
not open to the public.


Crestview graduate promoted to lieutenant colonel


Special to the News Bulletin
Crestview High School graduate
Dirk Tyson recently was promoted to
lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army.
Col. Dahl; who was Lt. Col. Ty-
son's commander while the two were
in Iraq, did the honors.
Lt. Col, Tyson's wife, Daphne; son,
Payton; and daughter, Jenna helped
pin on the new bars. Friends and


family members turned out to con-
gratulate the new lieutenant colonel
in an after-pinning ceremony, includ-
ing parents, Dan and Louise Tyson
(from Baker); sisters, Dana Tyson
(from California) and Denise Mc-
Gowan (from Missouri); as well as
mother-in-law, Harriett Weldy (from
Alabama).
Lt. Col. Tyson graduated from
Crestview High School in 1985.


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with a progressive sound that is redefining
gospel music for future generations.
Although their roots are primarily Southern
gospel, The Shepherds' latest recording,
"Reality," features a variety of styles and
genres in Christian music that seem to
be connecting with a diverse group of
audiences.
The Shepherds perform mostly original
material written by group member Debra
Shepherd. Debra has not only become a


respected writer for the Shepherds, but
has also had many songs to be released
nationwide and into other countries such as
Ireland, Honduras, Africa and Russia. Many
mainstream artists have also recorded
her songs, including groups such as The
Freemans, The McKameys, The Hoppers,
The Hoskins Family, The Inspirations and
The Kingsmen, just to name a few.
Some of the songs made popular by The
Shepherds that have reached national chart
status consist of, "A Friend of God," "Oh Yes
He Is," It'll Be Hard Not to Cry," "There's
Still Time for a Miracle," "God Will NeVer
Run Out of Blessings," and their signature
song, "There's a Miracle in the Making."
Pastor Caroll Senn gives everyone a
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Congratulations to the


new Laurel Hill mayor


Congratulations to
Laurel Hill Mayor Ferrin
Campbell Jr.! The
neighborhood rallied around
him in support Wednesday
as the oath of office was
administered by Judge Patt
Maney at Laurel Hill City UP ON
Hall. Our best wishes go Estell
with Mayor Campbell and
the council members as
they guide our city in this difficult
time.
Happy Easter to everyone!
This refreshing time of the year
brings hope witth the leafing of trees
and flowers bursting into color.
Troy University presented a
March Monday speaker series in
partnership with the Crestview
Library. I found them very
interesting and was sorry to miss
the last lecture on "Credit Crunch
- The Good, the Bad, and the
Ugly," presented by Dr. Kern Craig.
Visiting children kept me busy
Monday.
The Crestview Library also
presents "First Tuesday Lectures"
on interesting subjects at 10:30 a.m.
on the first Tuesday of each month.
Cookies and coffee are available and
delicious.
John and Linda Rowan from
the Atlanta area paid us a weekend
visit, andwe presented them with
stormy weather. John did many
home projects for us. Graphic artist
Linda did computer projects for me.
They will return in May for a longer
visit and celebration of their 40th
wedding anniversary.
The Alzheimer's Support
Group Meeting is on the third
Thursday of each month at 2 p.m. at
First Baptist Church in'Laurel Hill.
On April 16, after a short meeting,
we will enjoy a Chocolate Affair! We
are bringing our favorite chocolate
dessert or candy to share. There
is always a much-needed helping.
of laughter. For morelinformation
please call Carolyn Williams at 850-
598-1057.
The past 15 years of writing this
column has led our family through
many uphill climbs of chemotherapy
and radiation, hip and both knees
replaced, TIA's; near-death


T
e


experiences, family births
and deaths. That is what
real life is all about, and I
have the journals to prove it!
We are on a new journey
with Doug's illness...the one
everyone fears. Unlike the
HE HILL bright happy man you once
RHE ILL knew, he just wants to stay
Rogers in bed, refusing to go out,
growing weaker each day.
Going out the door or eating food
holds no interest for him. Sadly,
he is aware of what is happening
to him. He can no longer make
decisions of any kind. These lines
would not be written a few years
ago, but this illness is known to
every family When it touches your
home life things become real and
support groups are wonderful. I am
not alone. Family and in-home staff
keep me well cared for!
We have many neighbors going
through the same situation of
Watching their loved one slowly
retreat from life. It is very important
for the caregiver to get time out,
even if they think it isn't needed.
Otherwise, this emotional stress
will send you to the hospital sooner
or later.
Alpha & Omega house cleaning
services are offered by owner Carla
D. Steele in Laurel Hill. She is
licensed and insured, and offers
free estimates for all your cleaning
needs. All cleaning supplies are
furnished, and your house is left
spotless! For those in need of home
cleaning services ring 850-546-1225
for more information.
Condolences to the family of
Glenn A. Busby, age 72. Mr. Busby
leaves his wife, Barbara, two sons,
three stepsons and one-sister. He
will be missed in our community.
The Almarante Cemetery
Commission is preparing for
mowing season with a request
that old arrangements throughout
the cemetery be removed. If there
are figurines or other mementos
on your lot, please be sure they
are protected from the weeding
equipment.
Why do.you look for the living
among the dead? He is not here; He
has risen! Luke 24:1-12


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HAPPY FIRST BIRTHDAY!

Jill Smith
r Special to the Nes Bulletin

Mason March Cox celebrated
his first birthday March 12. He is
the son of Nichole and Justin Cox
of Crestview.
Is your child celebrating
his or her first birthday soon?
SJill Smith takes the Crestview
News Bulletin's -Happy First
Birthday!" photos in her studio
.1 ", at 5669 Reinke Dr.. behind the
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taken by appointment between
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A ,Please call 826-1819 for an
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photo willbetaken forpublication
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Additional photo packages are
available for purchase. "Happy
First Birthday!" photos are
published in print editions qf
the News Bulletin. Photos must
; be arranged within one month
qf the child's first birthday. Call
826-1819for details.



Birth ANNOUNCEMENT


Barry and Brandy Wind-
ham of Bay Springs, Miss.,
are pleased to announce
the birth of their, son, Tay-
lor Patrick Windham. Taylor
was born Feb. 18 at Wesley
Medical Center. He weighed 5
pounds, 7 ounces, and was 18


inches long.
Maternal grandparents
are the late Jimmy and Edna
Barber of Taylorsville, Miss.
His maternal great grand-
mother is Bertha Barber of
Taylorsville. Special Maw-
maw is Patricia Tatum of El-


lisville, Miss.
Paternal grandparents are
Gene & Evelyn Windham of
Bay Springs, Miss., and Kay
Butterfield of Crestview.
Taylorwaswelcomedhome
by his big brother Hayden and
big sister Peyton.


Frost crowned Xi Psi Valentine Queen


Linda Frost has been crowned the
2009 Valentine Queen by Crestview's
Xi Psi Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi
sorority.
Linda, who currently serves as the
chapter's vice president, was honored
by her sorority sisters at a Valentine's m
Day party on Feb. 14 at the Crestview LINDA
home of Ethel George.
Linda joined the sorority in 1978
while stationed in Bitburg, Germany. She
has since held numerous offices and titles,
including president, corresponding secre-


tary and treasurer, and was also hon-
ored as Woman of.the Year.
The Crestview Xi Psi Chapter sup-
ports a local nursing home and has
given aid to various people in need
throughout the community,
Beta Sigma Phi is a national non-
A FROSTacademic sorority with over 200,000
members in chapters around the
world.
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How to use your turn signals correctly


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Living in New Orleans,
I could always tell when a
local driver was planning
to turn: He or she would
simply slam on the
brakes.
Turn signals were
a device only employed,
when you found yourself
S. in entirely the wrong lane
for your exit and had to
implore another driver to
allow you to cut into the
flow of traffic" in the right
lane.
Some of those
poor motoring skills,
unfortunately, seem to
have drifted over into
our area. Maybe it's the
influx of folks who, like
me, were blown over here
in the wake of Hurricane
Katrina.
(In my, own defense, I
learned to drive up north.
My driver's ed teacher,
Mr. Edgington was a turn
signal Nazi. It's a wonder
the turn signals didn't
burn out on our driver's
ed cars.)
So when do you
actually have to use turn
signals? Any time you
intend to leave the lane
you're driving in, says


Lt. Kent Buckner with
the Crestview Police
Department.
Signal before
.changing from one lane
to the other on a four-
lane (or wide) *road or
highway.
Signal when passing
another vehicle on a two-
lane road as you pull out
into the oncoming lane.
Then signal again when
you return to your lane in
front of the slowpoke.
Signal when pulling
into a turn lane. (It's OK
to keep your signal on
as you actually make the
turn.)
Signal when leaving
a highway at your exit.
-* Signal when entering
a highway at the end of
the acceleration lane.
: Signal when pulling
over to the side of the
road.
Signal when
re-entering the flow of
traffic from the side of
the road.
.* Signal when you turn
onto a side street.
Signal when you
pull up to parallel park
and during the parking
maneuver.
Signal when you turn
into a parking space.


.* Signal when you turn
off the street into your
driveway, into a parking
lot, into a parking space,
or any other time you turn
off the road.
It's pretty hard to
signal too much, Lt.
Buckner said. Any
extra information you
give fellow motorists is
valuable in preparing
them for your turns, lane
changes, exits, passing,
and other deviation from
moving straight ahead in
the same lane.
How far ahead should
you signal? Statutes
require you give other
,motorists at least 100 feet
of notification before your
turns, Buckner said.
Remember that turn
signals are a function of
distance, not time. When
turning at an intersection
controlled by a traffic light;
signal 100 feet before you
reach the intersection.
Don't wait for the light
to turn green and, then
signal.
Also remember
that not signaling at an
intersection means you
intend to proceed straight
through the intersection.
Don't get mad at someone
who scoots along your


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BLINKER: Make sure the arrow on your instrument cluster is flashing 100 feet
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INTERESECTION: Turning at an intersection is one of the more obvious uses of


your vehicle's turn signals.
right side and makes
the same right turn you
intended to do. It's your
own fault if you didn't
bother to inform other
motorists.
Even if your signals
are burned out,.you must
signal your turns. Use


the recognized hand turn
signals:
Left turn: stick your
left arm, straight out of
the driver's window 100
feet in advance of your
turn.
Right turn: stick your
left arm out, upper arm


parallel to the' ground,
forearm raised at a right
angle, pointing up.
Oh yes, one more point:
you must use your signals
even when there's no one
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Saturday, April 4, 2009


Outdoors


Crestview News Bulletin 1 9


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Alligator warning
SpringiswhenFlorida's
alligators start getting ac-
tive, and the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission is urging Flo-
ridians and visitors to be
cautious when having fun
in and around water
Alligators abound in
all 67 counties and have
shared marshes, swamps,
rivers and lakes with peo-
ple for centuries. Because
more individuals are seek-
ing waterfront property
and water-related activi-
ties increase during the
warm months, people
should be alert when they
are in areas where alliga-
tors could be present.'
State law prohibits the
harassing of alligators,
and it is against the law to
feed them.
The FWC recommends
supervising children close-
ly when they are playing in
or around water. There are
other precautionary mea-
sures people should take,
to reduce potential con-
flicts with alligators. They
are available in the "Living
with Alligators" brochure
at MyFWC.com/gators.
The FWC annually re-
ceives more than 16,000 al-
ligator-related complaints.
The agencyremoves about
8,500 alligators each year
when the reptiles present
potential danger to people
or property.
If you encounter an al-
ligator that poses a threat


to you, your pets or your
property, and the alligator
is more than four feet long,
call the FWC's toll-free
Nuisance Alligator Hotline
at 866-FWC-GATOR (392-
4286). The telephone num-
ber is the primary contact
for all alligator complaints
and is available to custom-
ers 24 hours a day.


Hunter safety
course
FWC is offering a free
hunter safety course in
Santa Rosa County at
Jay High School, 13833
Alabama Street in Jay. In-
struction will take place
from 6 to 9 p.m. April 14,'
16, 21 and, 23. The range
portion of the class will be
on April 25.
Children under 16 must
be accompanied by an
adult at all times. Students
are encouraged to bring'
a pencil, and paper with
them to take notes.
The course is required
before anyone born on or
after June 1, 1975, can pur-
chase a Florida hunting
license. The FWC course
satisfies hunter safety
training requirements for
all other states and Cana-
dian provinces.
Register online and ob-
tain information about fu-,
ture classes in the Hunter
SafetyareaofMyFWC.com
or by calling the FWC's
regional office in Panama
City at 850-265-3676.


Grouper fisheries


are open


The recreational har-
vest of red and black
grouper in Gulf of Mexico
federal waters reopened
on March 15 following a
one-month closure. The
recreational harvest of red
and black grouper in Gulf
state waters did not close
and remains open.
The commercial har-
vest of gag, red and black
grouper in all Gulf waters
off Florida, except in Mon-
roe County, reopened the
same day.
. Recreational harvest
season for gag grouper
from all Gulf waters re-
opened on April 1. Rec-
reational anglers may
keep two gag grouper
within the five-grouper
aggregate daily limit in
all Gulf waters off Florida
except Monroe County
state waters. There is a
two-fish limit on gag and
black grouper, either indi-
vidually or in combination,
within the five-grouper
aggregate- daily limit in
all Atlantic Ocean waters
off Florida and in Monroe
County state waters.
State waters extend
out to 9 nautical miles
from Florida's shoreline
in the Gulf; federal waters
extend beyond that line.
More information avail-
able at. http://MyFWC.
com/RULESANDREGS/
Saltwater_Regulations_
Grouper.htm.


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A look at the future of freshwater fishing in Florida


Bob Wattendorf
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission

With the population in
Florida hovering around
19 million, the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conser-,
vation Commission (FWC)
faces amazing challenges
as it strives to manage
freshwater fisheries for
their long-term well-being
and the benefit of all those
people.
The population is
increasing bynearly a
thousand people per day.
By 2060, Florida is pre-
dicted to have 36 million
residents.
A study, titled "Florida
2060i" published by 1000
Friends of Florida, sug-
gests 7 million acres of
natural or rural land will
be converted to urban
use by 2060. The report
notes the governor, state,
legislators, agencies and
residents can help en-
sure sustainable natural
resources and a healthy
environment by deliber-
ate growth management,
fostering Florida Forever
and other land acquisition
programs.
Now more than ever,
the FWC realizes that rec-
ognizing the unique attri-
butes of Florida's ecology
and natural resources and
the role they play in creat-
ing a quality lifestyle for
Floridians is critical. The
future depends on science-
. based management and a
proactive look at deliber-
ate growth-leadership.


"Wildlife 2060," a re-,
port by the FWC, shows
Florida's natural lands
and waters are at the core
of, our prosperity, bring-
ing billions of dollars in
economic benefits to our
state every year. The re-
port predicts what would
happen if current growth
patterns continue. It also
highlights activities that
have been pursued to
shape growth in an envi-
ronmentally sensitive and
community-friendly way.
By building on these les-
sons, we can prevent hap-
hazard sprawl, maintain
a,natural fish and wildlife
community and ensure
future generations can
continue to enjoy them.
Projections for global'
warming suggest particu-
larly severe threats to the
future of our ecology, fish
and wildlife, and recre-
ational use, as shoreline
areas become more inun-
dated by rising water lev-
els over the next century.
The FWC has taken
a leadership role in this
area by holding a summit'
and setting in motion the


actions necessary to man-
age fish and wildlife as
they adapt to the stresses.
of rapid change.
. Florida's Wildlife
Legacy Initiative is the
FWC's principal effort to
conserve Florida's wildlife
and their habitats. The
goal is to prevent wildlife
from becoming endan-
gered. Rather than rules
and regulations, the Initia-
tive creates partnerships
to take action.
"Get Outdoors Flori-
da!" is an effort to engage
communities, families
and individuals in outdoor
experiences to achieve
healthier lifestyles and
sustain Florida's natural
resources. This broad
coalition, including the
FWC, envisions a healthy
Florida community con-
nected with nature and
reflecting social diversity
while exhibiting a conser-
vation ethic to help ensure
a sustainable future and
recreational opportuni-
ties. We all can participate
by encouraging our youth
to get outdoors and enjoy
all that Florida has to


offer. When we begin to
appreciate the wonders,
of the local fishing hole or
the rivers flowing through
our state, we become
partners in conserving
those resources for our
enjoyment now and in the


future.
Conservation mea-
sures, actions and educa-
tion not only enhance our
lifestyles, but ensure a
healthy, sustainable world
for Florida's unique and
precious fish and wildlife.


Science-based manage-
ment will ensure that as
our population doubles,
fish and wildlife will
abound and future gener-
ations will enjoy all of the
healthy benefits of being
connected to nature.


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uty Clerk

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03/21/09
03/28/09
04/04/09


Clerk of Court's Offic
notified of your currei
address. (You may fi
Notice of Current Ad
dress, Florida Fami
Law Form 12.915) Fi
ture papers in this las


1100 Legal Advertising suit will be mailed t
1110 Classified Notices the address on record
1120 Public Notices/ at the clerk's office.
-Announcements Legal # 100550
1125 Carpools &
Rideshare NOTICE OF APPLICA- WARNING: Rul
1130- Adoption s TION FOR TAX DEED 12.285, Florida Fami
1140- Happy Ads Rule of, Procedure, rc
1150 Personals Notice is herebygivenquired certain aut
1160 -Lost that John L. Mohre, I, matic disclosure (
1170- Found tasholder of the follow- documents and info
Sing. certificate, has filed nation. Failure to cor
said certificate for a Tax ply can result in san
Deed to be issued tions, including di
thereon. The certificate missal' or striking
Leal# 100546 number and 'year of is- pleadings.
S.. suanwhichethe namproperty ins Dated: March 12, 2009
NOTICE OF APPLICA- assessed and the de-
TION FOR TAX DEED scriionof' the prop- DON W. HOWARD
a. . .. erty is as follows: CLERK OF CIRCU
Notice is hereby given. Certificate *# 1845 of COURT
that Verdot VI, LLC, as: 2001 Assessed to: By: Beth McDonald
holder of the following ANNIE BELLFRANK-
certificate, has filed LIN 03/21/09
said certificate for a Tax Description: MORRIS 083/28/09
Deed to be issued ADD BLOCK 24 LOTS 04/04/09
thereon. The certificate 39 & 40 04/11/09
number and year of is- Parcel ID#:
suance, the name in 21-3N-23-1670-0024- Legal# 100562
which :the property is 0390 Opening Bid: 100562
assessed and the de- $2,310.19 NOTICE OF APPLICA
scription, of the prop- TDA Case #: 2009 TD TION FOR TAX DEEC
erty is as follows:' 000024 C
C certificate # 2402 to All of said property be- Notice is hereby give
TC2006 A assessed to: ing in the County of that Sauternes V, LL
TCA CREDIT, IN BEG Okaloosa State of For- as holder of the follow
Description: BEG SW ida. ing certificate, has fil
COR OF NWl/4 OF Unless the certificate is said certificate for a T
SE1/, R23OF SEC redeemed according to Deed to be issuT
T4N, R23W, ETC law, the property de- thereon. The certifica
Parcel 2lID#: scribed in the certifi- number and year of
28-4N-230000-0016- cate will be sold tothesuance, the name
0050 Opening Bid: highest bidder in the which the property
$2,081.85 BCC Board Meeting assessed and the d
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Room at the Okaloosa rtn po
......script ion of the pro
000030 C e County Courthouse, erty is as follows:
AIkof said property be- 'Crestview, Florida at Certificate # 2698
ilg in the County of ,0:00 a.m. o Friday, C2006 Assessed to:
Okaloosa,. State of Flor- April 24, 2009. Regis- & B, LLC'
Unless the certificate is on begins at 9:30 Description: HARRI
redeemed according to am. BURG ESTATES SE
law, the property de- Pa6, T4N, R24W ETC
scribed in the certifi- Dated this 5th day of 36a4N 240000-0002
cate will be sold to the February, 2009. 36-4N-24-0000-0002A01C Opening B
highest bidder in. the' DON W HOWARD -A1C Opening Bi
BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR- $2 82Ca7.75e # 2009
Room at the Okaloosa CUlT COURTS 000053 C
County Courthouse, : Lisa L. Guia,Deputy000053 All of said property
Crestview, Florida at Cerk All of said property
10:00 a.m. on Friday, R ing in the County
10:10 0 m .o FridaOkaloosa, State of FIc
April 24, 2009. Regis- 03/11/09 idOkaloosa, State of Fl.
tration begins at 9:30 03/18/09 da.s the certificate
em. 03/25/09 Unless the certificate
am- 03/25/09 redeemed according
Dated this 5th day of 04/01/09 law, the property d
March, 2009. scribed in the cert
DON W. HOWARD # 100560 cate will be sold to t
CLERK OF TH CIR- Legal100560 highest bidder in t
CUIT COURTS IN THE CIRCUIT B Board Mhe Okaloo
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- COURT IN AND FOR Room at tCourth u
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Crestview, Florida
FLORIDA CASE 10:00 a.m. on TuesdE
08-DR-7066 April 28, 2009. Reg
D-D: R CSI lAl\IAfl(nn tration begins at 9:


Petitioner
and
STEVEN WAYNE
CARDER
Respondent
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION FOR PE-


Dated this 18th day of
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK QF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk


Mower &Gas pow- IIIUN IU tiD-
ered Tool Repair LISH SOLE CUSTODY 03/28/09
Your location. To: STEVEN WAYNE 04/11/09
850-758-0397 CARDER" 04/18/09
current address un-
known; last known ad-
Rasbury Lawn dress is: Legal # 100565
Service General 115 Turning Point
cleanup mowing, Stockbrfde, GA 30281 ADVERTISEMENT OF
trimming, pruning. COMPLETION
Lic & Ins. Ref availa- YOU ARE NOTIFIED
ble. Free estimates, that an action has been AERO TRAINING &
682-1302 or 398-0687 filed against you and RENTAL, INC.
that you are required to 537 GULFSHORE
serve a copy of your DRIVE, DESTIN, FL
written defenses,. if any, 32541
Yard Dirt to Georgia Thomas,
10 yards delivered P.A. whose address is gives notice of comple-
Call 758-1477 111 SE Ferry Road, tion of BONE CREEK
Suite B, Fort Walton ROAD REPAIRS.
Beach, Florida 32548
on or before April 27, C o n t r a ct :
2009, and file the origi- OK-OCT07-STORM-
nal with the Clerk of CR2-05
this Court at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway, and sets April 23 of
JJ's On The Spot Shalimar, Florida '2009 as the date of fi-
House, Yards, Window 32579, before service nal settlement
cleaning, Painting, on Petitionier or imme-
Framing, Concrete diately thereafter. If you, Yellow River Soil and
No Job too Small fail to do so, a default Water Conservation
850-305-2383 may be entered against District (Owner)
850-892-3281 you for the relief de- Attn: John Berg-
manded in the petition. schneider
1759 South Ferdon
Copies of all court doc- Blvd.
uments in this case, in- Crestview, Fl 32536
TNT Metal cluding' orders, are
Buildings available at the Clerk of Dawn Coughey
the Circuit Court's of- Secretary
Will match fice. You may review
competitors these documents upon 03/25/09
price! request. 04/01/09
04/08/09
(850)983-2296 You must keep the 04/15/09


6I1I


Personal Representa-
tive
115 Choctaw Cove
Valparaiso, Florida
32580
MICHAEL A. JONES,
ESQ.
POST OFFICE BOX
947
NICEVILLE, FL
32588-0947
850-729-7440
Florida Bar No. 332471
Attorney for Personal
Representative
03/25/09
04/08/09


Legal # 100569
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CASE NO.
09-CP-278
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
RONALD BRUCE KEN-
NEDY,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of RONALD
BRUCE KENNEDY, de-
ceased, is pending in
the Circuit for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division,t he ad-
dress of which is 1250
North Eglin' Parkway,
Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida
32579, The names and
addresses of the Per-
sonal Representative
and the Personal


NOTICE TO CREDI- UNKNOWN
TORS
ANY AND ALL UN-
TO ALL PERSONS KNOWN PARTIES LEGAL#120191
HAVING CLAIMS OR CLAIMING BY,
DEMANDS 'AGAINST THROUGH, UNDER, IN THE CIRCUIT
THE ABOVE ESTATE: AND AGAINST THE COURT OF THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
The administration of VIDUAL DEFEND- CUlT
the Estate of WILLIAM ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT IN AND FOR
JEREMIAH TOLTON, KNOWN TO BE DEAD OKALOOSA COUNTY,
JR..,also known as w. OR ALIVE, WHETHER FLORIDA
Jere Tolton, Jr., de- SAID UNKNOWN PAR- CIVIL ACTION CASE
ceased, 'File Number TIES MAY CLAIM AN .NO.:46-2009-CA-00058
09-CP-242, is pending INTEREST AS 5 DIVISION: FILE
in the Cirbuit Court, SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- NO.:F09008122
First Judicial Circuit for VISEES, GRANTEES
O k a I o o s a OR OTHER CLAIM- U.S. BANK NATIONAL
County,Floridaa, Pro- ANTS ASSOCIATION, AS
bate Division, the ad- TRUSTEE FOR THE
dress of which is Post LAST KNOWN AD- C-BASS MORTGAGE
Office. Drawer 1359, DRESS: UNKNOWN LOAN ASSET-BACKED
Crestview, Florida CERTIFICATES,
32536. The name and CURRENT ADDRESS: SERIES 2006-CB6,
addresses of the per- UNKNOWN Plaintiff,
sonal representative
and that personal YOU ARE NOTIFIED vs.
.representative's attor- that an action to fore-
ney are set forth ielow. close a mortgage on JERRY CASE .COOPER
the following property A/K/A CASE COOPER
ALL INTERESTED in OKALOOSA County, A/K/A JERRY C.
PERSONS ARE NO- Florida: COOPER, et al,
TICED THAT: LOT 7, FIRST ADDI- Defendant(s).
TION TO CHOC-
All creditors of the de- TAWMAR SUBDIVI-
cedent and other per- SION, ACCORDING TO NOTICE OF ACTION
son having claims THE PLAT THEREOF,
against decedent's es- AS RECORDED IN TO:
tate on whom a copy of PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE PAM COOPER A/K/A
this notice is served 6, OF THE PUBLIC PAMELA C: COOPER
with three months after RECORDS OF LAST KNOWN AD-
the date of the first OKALOOSA COUNTY, DRESS: 436 RIDGE-
publication of this no- FLORIDA. WOOD CIRCLE
tice must file their AND DESTIN, FL 32541
claims with this Court THE SOUTH 20.00
WITHIN THE LATER FEET OF THE PLAT- CURRENT ADDRESS:
OF THREE MONTHS TED 100 FEET OF UNKNOWN
AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST AVENUE
THE FIRST PUBLICA- RIGHT-OF-WAY LYING ANY AND ALL UN-
TION OF THIS NOTICE ADJACENT TO LOTS KNOWN PARTIES
OF THIRTY DAYS AF- 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 AND 11 CLAIMING- BY,
TER THE DATE OF FIRST ADDITION TO THROUGH, UNDER,
SERVICE OF A COPY CHOCTAWMAR S.D. AND AGAINST THE
OF THIS NOTICE ON AS RECORDED IN HEREIN NAMED INDI-
THEM. PLAT BOOK 4, PAGE VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT


;e Legal # 100567 Representative's attor- A, l .:.irr cr..ii ._ ,f 6 OF THE PUBLIC
nrt ney are set forth below. the decedent and per- RECORDS OF
le IN THE CIrFCUIT sons having claims or OKALOOSA COUNTY,
d- COURT OF THE All creditors of the de- demands against the FLORIDA
ly FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- cedent arid other per- decedent's estate must has been filed against
bu- CUIT, IN AND FOR sons having claims or file their claims with this you and you are re-
w- OKALOOSA COUNTY, demands against court WITHIN THREE quired to serve a copy
to FLORIDA CASE NO. decedent's estate, in- MONTHS AFTER THE of your written de-
rd NO. 09-CA-247S cluding unmatured; DATE OF THE FIRST fenses, if any, on or
contingent or unliqui- PUBLICATION OF before May 4, 2009 on
IN RE: ESTATE OF: dated claims, on whom THIS NOTICE. Florida Default Law
le EARL CAMPBELL TAL- a copy of this notice is Group, RL., Plaintiff's
ly BOT SR served, must file their ALL CLAIMS AND DE- attorney, whose ad-
e- Deceased. claims with this Court MANDS .NOT' SO dress is 9119 Corpo-
o- WITHIN THE LATER PILED WILL BE FOR- rate Lakp Drive, Suite
of NOTICE TO CREDI- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER EVER BARRED. 300, Tampa, Florida
:r- TORS THE DATE OF THE, 33634, and file the orig-
mn FIRST PUBLICATION The publication dates inal with this Court el-
c- The administration of OF THIS NOTICE ON of this Notice are April their before service on
s- the estate of EARL THEM. 4, 2009 and April 11, Plaintiff's attorney or
of CAMPBELL TALBOT 2009. 'immediately thereafter;
SR., deceased, is All other creditors of otherwise a default will
pending. in the Circuit the decedent and other Attorney for Personal be entered against you
Court for Okaloosa persons having claims Representative: for the relief demanded
County, Florida, Pro- or demands against William V. Linne, Es- in the Complaint or pe-
bate Division, .,the ad- decedent's estate, in- quire tition.
IT dress of which is 1250 cluding unmatured, Florida Bar No. 153430 This .notice shall be
North Eglin Parkway, contingent or unliqui- 127 Palafox Place, published once each
Okaloosa County dated claims, must file Suite 100 week for two consecu-
Courthouse Annex, their claims with the RO. Box 12347 tive weeks in the Crest-
Shalimar, Florida Court WITHIN '3 Rensacola, FL view News Bulletin.
32579. The names and MONTHS AFTER THE 32591-2347 WITNESS my hand and
address of the Personal DATE OF THE FIRST 850-433-2224 the seal of this Court
Representative and the PUBLICATION OF on this 18 day of
P e r s o n a I'THIS NOTICE. Personal Representa- March, 2009.
Representative's attor- tive:
ney are set forth below. ALL CLAIMS AND OB- Shari McCurdy Tolron Don W. Howard
JECTIONS NOT SO 320 Deerfield Drive Clerk of the Court
A- All creditors of the de- FILED WILL BE FOR- Destin, FL.32541
D cedent and other per- EVER BARRED. By:Beth McDonald
sons having claims or 04/04/09 As Deputy Clerk
en demands against The date of first publi- 04/11/09
C, decedent's estate, in- cation of this notice is Florida Default Law
w- cluding unmatured, April 4, 2009. Group,.RL.
ed contingent or unliqui- LEGAL#120190 RO. Box 25018
ax dated claims, on whom SUSAN ELLEN ANA- Tampa, Florida
ed a copy of this notice is STASIA IN THE CIRCUIT 33622-5018
ate served, must file their Personal Representa- COURT OF THE
is- claims with this Court tive FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- IMPORTANT
in WITHIN THE LATER 7-2 South Meadow Vii- CUlT In accordance with the
is OF 3 MONTHS AFTER lage IN AND FOR Americans with Disa-
le- THE DATE OF FIRST Carver, Massachusetts OKALOOSA COUNTY, abilities Act, persons
P- PUBLICATION OF 02330 FLORIDA with disabilities need-
THIS NOTICE OR 30 CIVIL ACTION ing special accommo-
of DAYS AFTER, THE MICHAEL A. JONES, CASE dation to participate in
D DATE OF SERVICE ESQ. NO.:46-2009-CA-00062 this proceeding should
OF A COPY OF THIS POST OFFICE BOX 1 DIVISION: FILE NO.: contact Court Adminis-
S- NOTICE ON THEM. 947 ,. F09007422 tration at 101 James
EC NICEVILLE, FL Lee Boulevard East,
All other. creditors of 32588-0947 WELLS FARGO BANK, Crestview, FL,
#: the decedent and 850-7Z9-7440 NA, 32536-3515; telephone
otherpersonss having Florida Bar No. 332471 Plaintiff, number (850)
id: claims or demands Attorney for Personal 689-5000, Extension
against decedent's es- Representative vs. 7497, prior to fhe pro-
D 'tate, including unma- ceeding. or Shalimar
tured, contingent or un- 04/04/09 JOEL K. MARTINES (850) 651-7497
ae- liquidated claims, must 04/11/09 A/K/A JOEL KEVIN
of file their claims;with the MARTINEZ, et al, IMPORTANT
or- Court WITHIN 3 Defendant(s). In accordance with the
MONTHS AFTER THE Americans with Disa-
is DATE OF THE FIRST Legal # 100570 NOTICE OF ACTION abilities Act, persons
to PUBLICATION OF with disabilities need-
le- THIS NOTICE. IN THE CIRCUIT TO: ing special accommo-
ifi- COURT IN AND FOR JOEL K. MARTINES dation to participate in
he ALL CLAIMS AND OB- OKALOOSA FLORIDA' A/K/A JOEL KEVIN this proceeding should
he SECTIONS NOT SO PROBATE DIVISION MARTINEZ contact Court Adminis-
ng FILED WILL BE FOR- CASE NO.: 09-CP-242 LAST KNOWN AD- tration at 1250 N. Eglin
)sa EVER BARRED. DRESS: 36070 EM- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
se, IN RE ESTATE OF: ERALD COAST PARK- 32579; telephone num-
at The date of first publi- WILLIAM JEREMIAH WAY ber (850) 651-7497,
ay, cation on this notice is TOLTON, JR. a/k/a W. DESTIN, FL prior to the proceeding.
is- March 28, 2009. JERE TOLTON JR. 325411466
30 .Deceased. 3/28/2009
FARI TALOT JR. CURRENT ADDRESS: 4/4/2009


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KNOWN TO BE DEAD et al, a one year period un- other than the property
OR ALIVE, WHETHER Defendant(s). der the HA's ARRA ATTORNEY FOR PER- owner as of the date of
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- Comprehensive Grant SONAL REPRESENTA- the lis pendens must
TIES MAY CLAIM AN NOTICE OF RE- Program (CGP). The TIVE: file a claim with 60
INTEREST AS SCHEDULED FORE- HA will sign a contract ROBERT D. HART, JR., days after the sale.
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- CLOSURE SALE that covers work FL BAR #111552 Dated this 1 day of
VISEES, GRANTEES, scheduled in Federal CLARK, PARTINGTON, April, 2009.
OR OTHER CLAIM- NOTICE IS HEREBY Fiscal Year (FFY) 2009 HART, LARRY, BOND
ANTS GIVEN pursuant to an and (FFY) 2010, pro- & STACKHOUSE DON W. HOWARD
Order Rescheduling vided funds are availa- Suite 800, 125 West As Clerk of said Court
LAST KNOWN AD- Foreclosure Sale ble from the U.S. De- Romana Street Post Of-
DRESS: UNKNOWN dated March 16, 2009 partment of Housing fice Drawer 13010 Pen- By: K. Brown
and entered In Case and Urban Develop- sacola, Florida As Deputy Clerk
CURRENT ADDRESS: NO. 2007 CA 006012 ment (HUD). The HA 32591-3010 Tele-
UNKNOWN S of the Circuit Court expects to receive ap- phone:(850)434-92 In accordance with the
of the FIRST Judicial proximately $542,000 A0438188 Americans with Disabil-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Circuit In and for for the year of ARRA cities Act, If you are a
that an action to fore- OKALOOSA County, funds for physical im- PERSONAL REPRE- person with a disability
close a mortgage on Florida wherein provement needs for SENTATIVE: CATHER- who needs any accom-
the following property CHASE HOME FI- the next year. The HA INE G. MILLER 44833 modation in order to
in OKALOOSA County, NANCE LLC, is the cannot guarantee the GLORIOSA LANE LAN- participate in this pro-
Florida Plaintiff and LISA M. annual funding 'CASTER, CALIFORNIA ceeding, you are enti-
LOT 20, BLOCK D, DELLAMANO; are amounts since the CGP 93535 tied, at no cost to you;
RIDGE WOOD the Defendants, I will is a Federally Funded to provisions of certain
MANOR, ACCORDING sell to the highest and Program and depends 4/4/2009 assistance. Please con-
TO THE PLAT best bidder for cash upon the Federal 4/11/2009 tact the Court Adminis-
THEREOF RECORDED at IN FRONT OF Government's budget- trator at 1250. Eglin
IN PLAT BOOK 12, CLERK'S FRONT ing process. Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
PAGE 69, IN THE PUB- DOOR OF SHAUMAR Proposals must be re- 32579, Phone No.
LIC RECORDS OF ANNEX at. 11:00AM, ceived at the Crestview LEGAL#120200 (850)651-7259 within 2
OKALOOSA COUNTY, on the 29 day of April, Housing Authority Of- working days of your
FLORIDA 2009, the following fice located at 371 W. IN THE CIRCUIT receipt of his notice or
has been filed against described property as Hickory Avenue, Crest- COURT OF THE 1ST pleading; if you, are
you and you are re- set- forth In said Final view, FL by 3:00P.M. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN hearing impaired, call
quired to serve a copy Judgment:' on Friday, April 17, AND FOR OKALOOSA 1-800955-8771 (TDD);
of your written, de- LOT 1, BLOCK 3, 2009. COUNTY, FLORIDA if you are voice, im-
fenses, if any, on or VESTA HEIGHTS AC- CIVIL DIVISION CASE paird, call
before May 4, 2009 on CORDING TO THE 4/4/2009 NO. 2008CA005829S 1-800-995-8770 (V) (Via
Florida Default Law PLAT THEREOF AS 4/8/2009 Florida Relay Services).
Group, P.L., Plaintiff's RECORDED IN PLAT 4/11/2009 DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
attorney, whose ad. BOOK 2, PAGE 86 OF 4/15/2009 TIONAL TRUST COM- Kahane & Associates,
dress is 9119 Corpo- THE PUBLIC REC- PANY, AS TRUSTEE RA. 8201 Peters Road,
rate Lake Drive, Suite ORDS OF OKALOOSA UNDER NOVASTAR Ste. 3000 Plantation,
300, Tampa, Florida COUNTY, FLORIDA. MORTGAGE, FUND- FL 33324 Tele-
33634, and file the orig- LEGAL#120199 ING TRUST, SERIES phone:(954)382-34
final with this Court ei- A/K/A 104 LONDON 2006-4 Telefacsimile:(954)382-
ther before service on AVENUE NW, FORT IN THE CIRCUIT Plaintiff,
Plaintiffs attorney or WALTON BEACH, FL COURT OF THE .4/4/2009
immediately thereafter; 325480000 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- vs. 4/11/2009
otherwise-a default will CUIT, IN AND FOR r
be entered against you Any person claiming OKALOOSA COUNTY, ISA KUTLESHI; BEA-
for the relief demanded an interest In the sur- FLORIDA PROBATE TRIX V. KUTLESHI;
in the Complaint or pe- plus from the sale, if DIVISION CASE NUM- MORTGAGE ELEC- .' .
tition. any, other than the BER 2009-CP-274 TRONIC REGISTRA- '/ -. ,
This notice. shall be property owner as of TION SYSTEMS, INC., .
published once each the date of the Lis NOTICE TO CREDI- AS, NOMINEE FOR
week for two consecu- Pendens must file a TORS NOVASTAR MORT-
tive weeks in the Crest- claim within sixty (60) GAGE, INC.; HAWKINS
view News Bulletin. days after the sale. IN RE: Estate of JU- PLACE OWNERS AS-
WITNESS my hand and WITNESS MY HAND DITH NICHOLS TAL- SOCIATION, UNIN-
the seal of this Court pnd the seal of this LEY, a/k/a JUDITH N. CORPORATED ASSO-
on .this 18 day of Court on March 18, TALLEY, CIATION; UNKNOWN I
March, 2009. 2009. Deceased. PERSON(S) IN POS- 2100- Pets
SESSION. OF THE 2110- Pets: Free to
Don W. Howad r Don W. Howard The administration of SUBJECT PROPERTY; Good Home
Clerk of the Court Clerk of the Circuit the Estate of JUDITH Defendants. 2120 Pet Supplies
C6urt NICHOLS TALLEY, 2130- Farm Animals/
By: Beth.McDonald /k/ JUDITH N. TAL- NOTICE OF FORE- S- supplies
As Deputy Clerk By:Vicki Jackson LEY, Deceased, File CLOSURE SALE 2140- Pets/Livestock
Deputy Clerk Number 2009-CP-274, 2150Wantedmorials
Florida Default Law is pending in the Circuit NOTICE, IS HEREBY 2150- Pet Memorials
Group, RL. Florida Default Law Court for Okaloosa GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
RO. Box 25018 Group, P.L. County, Florida, the ad- nal ,Judgment of Fore-
Tampa, Florida P.O. Box 25018 dress of which is closure dated March
,33622-5018 Tampa, Florida Okaloosa County Judi- 30, 2009, and entered -
33622-5018 cial Center, ATTN.: Po- in Case No. 21OO
IMPORTANT bate Division, Post Of- 2008CA005829S, of the
In accordance with the IMPORTANT fice.Box 1359, Crest- Circuit Court of the 1st
Americans with Disa- In accordance with view, Florida Judicial Circuit in and
abilitiess Act, persons the Americans with 32536-1359. The for OKALOOSA
with disabilities need- Disabilities Act, per- names and addresses County, Florida. DEUT- N
ing special accommo- sons with disabilities of the Personal Repre- SCHE BANK NA-
dation to participate in needing special ac- sentative and' the Per- TIONAL TRUSTEE Bulldg white female
this proceeding should commodation to par- sonal Representative's PANY, AS TRUSTEE $100Bulldog. O.whte female
contact Court Adminis- ticipate in this pro- attorneys are set forth UNDER NOVASTAR $100. OB0. Call
tration at 101 James ceeding should con- below. MORTGAGE, FUND- 612-0789 or 612-0790
Lee' Boulevard East, tact Court Administra- All creditors of the de- ING TRUST, SERIES
Crestview, FL, tion at 101 James Lee cedent and other per- 2006-4 is Plaintiff and
32536-3515; telephone Boulevard' East, sons having claims or ISA KUTLESHI; BEA-
number (850) Crestview, FL, .demands against TRIX V. KUTLESHI; UN-
689-5000, Extension 32536-3515; tele- decedent's estate, in- KNOWN PERSON-S) H TW U
7497, prior to the pro- phone number (850) cluding unmatured, IN POSSESSION OF
ceeding. or Shalimar 689-5000, Extension contingent or unliqui- THE SUBJECT PROP- ,
(850) 651-7497 7497, prior to the pro- dated claims, on whom ERTY; MORTGAGE Chihuahua
ceeding. or Shalimar a copy of this notice is ELECTRONIC REGIS- Puppy '
IMPORTANT (850) 651-7497 served must file their TRATION SYSTEMS, Male Chi 'Puppy for
In accordance with the claims with this Court INC., AS NOMINEE sale. Call Cindy @
Americans with Disa- IMPORTANT WITHIN THE LATER FOR NOVASTAR 850-398-5517
abilities Act, persons In accordance with OF THREE .(3) MORTGAGE, INC.;
with disabilities need- the Americans with MONTHS AFTER THE HAWKINS PLACE
ing special accommo- Disabilities Act, per- DATE OF THE FIRST OWNERS ASSOCIA-
dation to participate in sons with disabilities PUBLICATION OF TION, UNINCORPORA- -
this proceeding should needing special ac- THIS NOTICE OR TED ASSOCIATION; .- -'- .
contact Court Adminis- commodation to par- THIRTY (30) DAYS AF- are defendants. I will
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, ceeding should con- SERVICE OF A COPY best bidder for cash at -
32579; telephone num- tact Court Administra- OF THIS NOTICE ON AT THE FRONT
ber (850) 651-7497, tion at 1250 N. Eglin THEM. SOUTH DOOR
prior to the proceeding. Parkway, Shalimar, All other creditors of C 0 U R T H O U S E
FL, 32579; telephone the decedent and per- STEPS, OKALOOSA
3/28/2009" number (850) sons having claims or COUNTY COURT- \ .S
4/4/2009 651-7497, prior to the demands against the HOUSE, 101 JAMES 3100-Antiques
proceeding.' decedent's estate, in-. JEE BLVD. EAST, 3110-Appliances
cluding unmatured, C R E S TV-I E W, 3120-Arts & Crafts \
LEGAL#120192 3/28/2009. contingent or unliqui- OKALOOSA COUNTY, 3130-Auctions
4/4/2009 dated claims, must file FLORIDA, : AT. 101 3140 Baby Items
IN THE CIRCUIT-their claims with this EAST JAMES .LEE 3150 Building Supplies
COUIN THE CIRCUIT court WITHIN BVD., CRESTVIEW IN 3160 Business
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR THREE(3)MONTHS AF- OKALOOSA COUNTY, 3170 Equipment
FIR U A R- LEGAL120198 TERTHE DATE OF FL, t 11:00 a.m., on 3180- Comptes
CUTIN AND FOR R THE FIRST PUBLICA- the 4 day of May, 2009, 3190 Electronics
IN OKALOOSA COUNTYR Request for TION OF THIS NO- the following described 3200- Firewood
OKALOOSA COUNTY,. Proposals TICE. ALL CLAIMS property as set forth in 3220- Furniture.
CIVIFLORIDA Architectural and NOT SO FILED WILL said Final Judgment, to 3230- Garage/Yard Sales
CIVIL ACTION CASE Engineering Services BE FOREVER wit: 3240 Guns
'NO. 2007-CA-006012S for the Crestview 'BARRED LOT 4, HAWKINS 3250 Gpod Things to Eat
DSION: FILE Housing Authority NOTWITHSTANDING PLACE, ACCORDING 3260 -Health & Fitness
NO.Fh7063876 HIoInTHE TIME PERIOD TO THE PLAT 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
TheCrestview Housing SET FORTH ABOVE, THEREOF AS RE- 3280-Machinery/
CHASE HOME FI- Authority (HA) hereby ANY CLAIM FILED CORDED IN PLAT R 320Equipment
NANCE LLC, requests proposals TWO 320- Medical Equipment
Plaintiff, fromequalified Archltec-s MR YEARS OR BOOK 17, PAGE 72, 3300- Miscellaneous
Plaintiff, from qualified Architec- OR AFTER THE OF THE PUBLIC REC- 3310-Musical Instmments
tural/Engineering (A/E) DECEDENT'S' DATE OF ORDS OF OKALOOSA 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Firms to provide design DEATH IS BARRED. COUNTY, FLORIDA. Supplies
vs. and engineering sup- The date of the first A person claiming an 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
port services required publication of this No- interest' in the surplus 3340 Sporting Goods
S nto implement. facil twice is April 4, 2009. from the sale, if any, 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
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TH, $750 mo+dd. No',
smoke/pets. Near REAL ESTATE O SALE
Walker Elem. 240-0890 7100 Homes
7105- Open Houses
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shopping W/D hkup. 7120- commercial
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________ ~7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
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7180 Investment
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7190 Out-of-Town
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with lawn care incl. 7200 Timeshare
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4100 Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs Crestview For Rent an -
.4120 Sales Auburn Comm. Coun-
4130 Employment try setting 3br, 1 ba.,
Information CH/A, Half brick very ,' V
nice home on approx.. !-
1 acre $800. mos $800.
4 S/D Call 682-3555
Crestview Spacious Ft.Walton
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A Terrific Roomate needed to tem, updated elec-
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8170 Auto Parts
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8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
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SPORTS

Saturday, April 4, 2009 www.crestviewbulletin.com Page 12


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Monday
High school baseball
Baker at PDL, 6:30 p.m.
High school softball
Crestview at Choctaw,
JV 4 p.m./V 6 p.m.
High school tennis
Niceville at Crestview,
2:30 p.m.

Tuesday
High school baseball
Baker at Freeport, 6:30
,p.m.
High school softball
Samson at Laurel Hill,
6 p.m.
High school track
Baker at Jay Royal Relays,
Noon
Middle school golf.
Meigs at Davidson, 2:30
p.m.; Richbourg at Ruckel,
3 p.m.. ,

BRIEFS
Korean Martial Arts
The Gordon Martial
'Arts Family Center will
host the third annual'
Korean Martial Arts Festival
April 17-19.
,The festival will include
workshops and seminars
on a variety of topics ,
dealing with Korean stylists;
Registration cost is $99.
For more information,
call 682-0720 or visit www.'
GordonMartialArts.com.'

5K Run for a Cause
The Mosaic Church of,
Crestview will sponsor the
inaugural. Run for a Cause
April 18 at the Old Spanish
Trail Park-in Crestview.
There also will be a
I-mile fun run for the kids.
The 5K starts at 8:30
a.m., and the fun run starts
at 9:30.a.m.
Proceeds from the run
will benefit the Crestview
Pregnancy Center and to
help build a well in Mali,'
Africa.
Registration cost is $20.,
The fun'runfee is $10'.
For more information, e-
mail race director Kinetta
Johnson at kinetta@
mosaiccrestview.corm.

BAYA Fun Day
The annual Baker Area
Youth Association (BAYA)
Fun Day will be 9 a.m. to
5 p.m. May 2 from at the
BAYA ball fields.
The day will include
games, food, raffles, water
slide, obstacle course,
SpongeBob moonwalk and
much more.
For details, contact Jim
Wagner at 537-4549.

Foxwood Ladies
Golf Association
tournament
The 2009 Foxwood
Ladies Golf Association
tournament is scheduled
for May 13 at Foxwood.
Lady golfers from
across Northwest Florida
and South Alabama are
expected to participate
in the tournament that
has between 80-100
participants each year.
Proceeds from the
tournament will go to help
local charities and schools.
Gold sponsorships are
available for $100. Silver
sponsorships are $50.
For more information
contact FLGA president
Beverly Coyne at 683-
9640, or tournament
chairwoman Faye Thomas
at 682-0705.

Children's
Neighborhood Golf
Tournament
Children in Crisis, Inc.,
will hold its third annual
golf tournament on March
27 at FortWalton Beach
Golf Club at noon.
Lunch is at II a.m.
followed by a shotgun start
at noon.A silent auction
and awards ceremony will


be held at 5 p.m.
t


It's rodeo time again in Baker.
The 20th Old Spanish Trail Pro Rodeo comes
to the Barnhill Arena on State Road 4 on April 10
and 11', with the action starting at 8 p.m. nightly.
"We have a great bunch of cowboys and
cowgirls coming," or-
ganizer Bill Barnhill
said. "We have great
entertainment with
(rodeo clown) Rudy
Burns back again. And
Jim Poole will be back
as the announcer.
"We are celebrating
the fact that last year,
we were once again
named Rodeo of the
Year for the South-
east. It is going to' be
'a big rodeo, and we
are looking forward to
having a big crowd."
Poole has been ,
announcing the rodeo
for close to 15 years.
Burns has been a
regular as well, and
people notice when
he's not there.
"We always
have someone ask,
'Where's Rudy?' when
he's not here," Barnhill
said. "He's been a past
world champion in ro-
deo (as a clown) and the
man in the can and stuff
like that. It's kind of a
tough act to follow."
Having the distinc-
tion.of being the top ro-
deo in the Southeast has
some advantages.
"It makes it easier
to put on a rodeo
the next year with
your sponsors and
everything," Barnhill
said. "They always
take a lot of pride in
helping put together .4
something that is
the top anything,
especially a rodeo.
"We lost some
of our old spon-
sors because of the
tough economic
times, but we've
picked up some
new ones, too, so
we are probably a A
little ahead of where RODEO ROUNDUP: Compe
we were last year in spectators of all ages to
sponsorships." the Old Spanish Trail Pr
Barnhill said
a combination of
things have gone
into making the Old Spanish Trail Rodeo a hit
with the competitors.
"We always try to have a good show and make
our competitors feel welcome," he said. "We do
some things to make them feel at home.
"And, of course, we have a great stock con-


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tractor in Harry Bryant. All of it goes together to
make a great package."
Registration for the rodeo is Monday. Barn-
hill is expecting local cowboys and cowgirls, as
well as some folks who might be competing in
Las Vegas at the
PRCA finals in
December.
"They com-
pete-in these local
rodeos trying to
get to Las Vegas,"
Barnhill said.
"That has hap-
pened quite a bit,
especially with
some of the guys
fromaround Loui-
siana and Texas
and stuff that
come in- here and
are good at roping
and team roping.
We've had a lot of
big name people in
here.
"The.crowd
always likes to
see people that
can rope and team
rope and people
A that can ride bulls.
And a lot of gals in our
barrel racing have been
at the nationals. The bet-
ter they are, the better
it makes your rodeo for
the next year." .
It probably isn't sur-
prising the bull riding
remains the big draw at
most rodeos.
"That's why you
have a lot of stand
alone bull riding
(events)," Barnhill
said. "People will
cometo see the bull
riding whet they
wonit come to see'
anything else."
Costs of the
rodeo are $12 for
adults and $5 for
children younger
than 12 in advance,
or $15 and $8 at the
gate. Proceeds from
the rodeo will go to
help tIhe Baker Area
Recreation Asso-
N SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin ciation.
tors of many levels and Last year's
k part in recent editions of rodeo drew about
Rodeo. 5,000 spectators.
Barnhill doesn't
expect a slow
economy to hurt
the attendance this year. If anything, he thinks it
could help attract more rodeo fans.
"With the way the economy is, some people
might not be able to go on vacation and will have
to stay at home," he said. "That always seems to
work to the advantage of our rodeo."


OLD SPANISH TRAIL PRO RODEO
* 8 p.m. April 10 and 11 Admission: Advance tickets $12 for adults
and $5 for children younger than 12; tickets $15 and $8 at the gate.


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Old Spanish Trail Pro Rodeo

is set for next Weekend


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


GOLF TIPS

FROM THE PRO


Don't let this

shot go downhill

Jeff Marks
As told to Randy Dickson

Because of the recent
closing of Heritage
Plantation, today's Golf
Tips from the Pro with
PGA teaching pro Jeff
Marks will be the last of
the series. In this week's
lesson Marks offers
some tips on how to hit
a downhill iron shot.

There are a couple keys
on what you want to. do to
get the downhill iron shot
airborne.
I think most golfers kind
of struggle just getting
the ball up in the air.Very
often, I'see golfers on the
downhill shot with their
weight back on their back
foot, and they are trying
-to lift the ball in the air or
scoop it.You'll never get
the ball airborne that way
- not consistently.
If you watch the tour
pros and how they do it,
they take their shoulders
and set them even with
their slope. Because we are
going downhill on about
a 10-degree slope, we
want our shoulders going
downhill a little bit to be
even with my slope.
Another thing you want
to do is get your weight
forward on your front
foot a little bit more than
on your back foot, which
assures hitting down on the
"golf ball.
I'm going to get my
stance a little wider so I
have a good base under me
because on this lie I need
to have my feet wider to
keep my balance on my
swing.We want to get the
ball back in our stance a
little bit,
I have a 7-iron in my
hands. Normally, I play a
7-iron in the middle of my
feet. In this situation, I'm
going to play it back about
two or three inches behind
the middle.That will assure
I hit down on the golf ball.
Next I want to forward
press my hands ahead of
the club head.That also will
help me hit down on the
golf ball.
We are in a position ,
now where we can hit
down on the shot and dig
down and trap it against
the ground.That's going
to give you decent good
distance.
The last thing you have
to remember is you are
going downhill, and you are
not going to hit the ball as
far as you normally would
on a flat lie or even an
uphill shot.When you are
going downhill, take one
more club, and that will
help you get to the green.
Sometimes you might
consider going to a 7-wood
when you have a long iron
in your hands and you have
to adjust the shot.You want
to have a club that has
plenty of loft to get it up in
the air. If you don't carry a
7-wood, try a 5-wood or
hybrid something that's
bottom heavy and has good
loft on it is a good club for
this shot.
What you are going to
find is once you get into
the 5-iron, 4-iron, 3-iron,
they are pretty tough to hit
off a downhill lie for most
people. So always go to a
hybrid or a 5- or 7-wood.

I would like to offer
a special thanks to Jeff
Marks for making this
segment a success.
In closing, always
remember when you
hit it long and hit it
straight, the game gets
a lot easier.


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