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Photos by KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
TAKING THE OATH: At left, Charles Bough takes the oath of office to begin his new term on the Crestview city council. Okaloosa County
Judge Jim Ward (left) administers the oath. With Baugh are his wife Roslyn and daughter Candice. Center, Tim Grandberry takes the
oath of office to join the Crestview city council. With Grandberry are his wife, Pamela, and mother-in-law, Betty Smith. At right, Chip
Wells takes the oath of office to begin his new term on the Crestview city council. With Wells is his wife, Dee. The next regular meeting
of the Crestview city council is scheduled for April 13.


Baugh, Grandberry, Wells take council oaths of office


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

It was as easy as 1-2-3.
Tim Grandberry took the oath of office as
a Crestview City Council member for the first
time.
Charles Baugh took the oath for the sec-
ond time in less than year.
It was the third time for Chip Wells.
Grandberry, Baugh and Wells were sworn
in to start their four-year terms on the council
during a special ceremony Monday evening.
An overflow audience attended the event in
the City Hall council chambers.
Okaloosa County Judge Jim Ward adminis-
tered the oaths of office.
Grandberry, the council's only new mem-
ber, won the Precinct 2 contest during the
March 10 municipal elections.
"This is a special time, and I'm truly grate-
ful," Grandberry said. "I'm looking forward
to working for the city and, doing the best I


"I think I was able to do a lot
in 10 months. In 48 months,
I'm expecting to do
some good things."

Charles Baugh
Creslview City Council member

can."
Grandberry reiterated his hope to provide
more recreation opportunities for the city's,.
youngsters.
Baugh was appointed to the Precinct 2 seat
last spring after the death of Brenda Bush. He
won a term of his own in the recent elections.
"I tried to look at the goals Mrs. Bush want-
ed to accomplish and do what she wanted to
be done," Baugh said of his first 10 months
on the council. "I still have some things Mrs.


Bush had not completed I would like to try to
get done, and I have a little bit more lever-
age and time to tiry to work those things. So I
still will be working on some of the things she
wanted and some of the things I think would
help improve the lives of the citizens of Crest-
view.
"I think I was able to do a lot in 10 months.
In 48 months, I'm expecting to do some good
things."
Wells said he looked forward to four more
years of "asking the tough questions" on be-
half of Crestview's citizens.
"Even though the issues have changed by
name or by time, the issues are basically the
same," Wells said. "Everyone is concerned
about the well-being of the city and how we're
going to move forward "
Bob Allen was unanimously elected coun-
cil president in a brief meeting following the
swearing-in ceremony. Baugh was unani-
mously elected vice president.
See photos from the event at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com.


SR 85 plan could drive down accident numbers

TWO public meetings on access management proposal scheduled in April


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
It's just common sense, according
to the Florida Department of Transpor-
tation.
Fewer opportunities for traffic acdi-
dents should result in fewer accidents.
That's the line of reasoning through-
out the State Road 85 Access Manage-
ment Plan that will be presented in,
public meetings prior to Crestview City
Council meetings April 13 and 27.
"We've been pursuing this with the.
DOT to move traffic better through
town and more Safely," City Planning
Official Eric Davis said. "We're trying
to make the roads safer. It's not capac-
ity that is the problem, but we want
to reniove conflict points in the areas
where we have accidents."
Representatives of engineering
firm Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc.,
which drafted the plan, will be available
to answer questions.
The city council will be present at
the meetings but does not have the
power to approve or defeat the plan.
City Administrative Services Director
Mike Wing said the FDOT likely hopes
the council will adopt a resolution in
support of the plan after hearing public
input.
"It's a (Department of Transporta-
tion) project, but if it is given approval,


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
DANGEROUS INTERSECTION: This intersection of State Road 85 and P.J.
Adams Parkway was the scene of more accidents than any other
,intersection along State Road 85 over the past five years.


hopefully some funding will come with
it," Davis said.
The plan proposes 78 driveway clo-
sures along State Road 85. Davis said
most of these closures would be in.
places not used or with more than one
access point.
"Why have two when one will do?"
he said.
The plan also suggests extensive
median modifications and 16 parallel
connections.
The plan cites research from the
Federal HighwayAdministration listing
fewer vehicle conflicts, improved move-


ment of traffic and reduced crashes as
the benefits of access management.
FDOT said it performed a study in
Seminole County where access man-
agement modifications were applied to
State Road 436. It was found that after
the modifications and with an increase
in daily traffic, the overall number of ac-
cidents was reduced by 35 percent.
The plan may be found on the city
Web site at cityofcrestview.org or
viewed at City Hall in the Adminis-
trative Services Department during
regular business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday


S.R. 85 Access Management Plan public meetings
4 p.m. April 13 at Crestview City Hall 5 p.m. April 27 at Crestview City Hall


DANGEROUS
INTERSECTIONS ON
STATE ROAD 85
These intersections
on State Road 85 had
the most crashes in
the past five years,
according to data in the
State Road 85 Access
Management Plan
* PJ Adams Parkway
(201 crashes)
Redstone Drive
(174 crashes)
John King Road
(101 crashes).
Rasberry Road (71
crashes)
Aplin Avenue/
Duggan Avenue (69
crashes),
Hospital Drive (65
crashes)
Cracker Barrel
Road (58 crashes)
1-10 Eastbound
Ramp (55 crashes) -
Shopping Center
Road (54 crashes)
Eighth Avenue/
Stillwel Boulevard (48
crashes)
1-10 Westbound
Ramp (47 crashes)
East Oakdale
Avenue (42 crashes)
Ruby Lane (40
crashes)


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Two fired oat
Sheriff's Office
Michael Coup, chief dep-
uty of the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office under Sher-
iff Charlie Morris, was ter-
minated Thursday.
So was David Yacks, the
sheriff's chief assistant of
information technology.
Interim Sheriff Ed
Spooner announced that
both men had been fired
following an internal inves-
tigation into their conduct
during the time they worked
for Morris, who is presently
suspended and facing fed-
eral criminal charges.
Yacks is the brother of
Teresa Adams, the former
administrative director for
the Sheriff's Office. She was
arrested on the same day as
Morris, also for fraud, theft
and money laundering. '
Investigators found


Yacks had received per-
formance bonuses totaling
over $89,000 in less than
a year, the Sheriffs' Office
said, and returned some
portion of that bonus mon-
ey to Morris in kickbacks.
Yacks received seven
bonuses between Feb. 29,
2008 and Jan. 16 of this year,
Spooner said, and he should
have asked questions.
The report on Coup
states he, too, admitted
receiving a bonus from
Morris and returning some
portion of that bonus to
Morris.
Coup said Thursday the
request from the sheriff to
return a portion of a bonus
was made "one time and
one time only" in 2006.
"I characterized it as
unusual," Coup said. "He
seemed distressed."
More than $5,000 in cash
was found in Coup's desk


C NWF to receive
$88 million in stimulus


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
LIGHTNING STRIKE: A lightning strike started a fire that
caused $100,000 total damage to a residence at
995 Kelvin Court on Thursday.


on the day the FBI came
into the Sheriff's Office to
arrest Adams and begin an
investigation.
Spooner said "I don't
see anything at this
point," based on the inter-
nal investigations already
conducted, that could re-
sult in further disciplinary
action within the Sheriff's
Office.


He added, however, that
an audit report conducted
by the accounting firm of
Carr, Riggs and Ingram,
which revealed' $1.4 mil-
lion handed out in bonuses,
would undoubtedly spawn
more internal investiga-
o tions at the Sheriff's Office.
Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
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State Sen. Don Gaetz (R-
Niceville) announced Friday
afternoon that Northwest
Florida will receive $88 mil-
lion for transportation and
infrastructure projects as
part of the federal stimulus
program. Although the fund-
ing still must be approved by
the state legislative Bud-
get Committee on April 16,
Gaetz said that action basi-
cally is a formality.
Okaloosa County is re-
ceiving the bulk of the stim-
ulus dollars. The top priority
for the region, which will be
fully funded through the
stimulus program, is the $46
million flyover ramp at the
south intersection of State
Road 85 and State Road 123
and the reconfiguring of the
entrance to Northwest Flor-
ida Regional Airport.
One of the stipulations
for states to receive stimu-
lus dollars was that projects
had to be "shovel ready" and
be able to put people to work
immediately
Gaetz said at least half of
the funds 'for the overpass
must be allocated in the next
120 days and that the project
is expected to employ nearly
1,300 people. .
Another project funded
by federal stimulus dollars
in Okaloosa will be sidewalk
work on Brookmeade Drive
in Crestview.
Dusty Ricketts I/ Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

Lightning causes fire
at Kelvin Court
A lightning strike started
a fire that caused $100,000
total damage to a resi-
dence at 995 Kelvin Court
on Thursday, according to a
Crestview Fire Department
release.
The Crestview Fire De-
partment responded at 2:46
p.m. The North Okaloosa
Fire District also responded
to the alarm
There were no injuries.
Kyle Wright / Crestview
News Bulletin

Deer causes accident
on interstate
A North Carolina woman
told police that when she ap-
plied her brakes to avoid hit-
ting a deer that ran across
Interstate 10 late Sunday
morning, the camper she
was pulling jackknifed and
rolled over.
The accident, in which


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both westbound lanes for
more than two hours. It
happened near the 46 mile
marker.
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tanks on the camper that
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the tow truck could remove
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Ates case a landmark
for Innocence Project
The Innocence Project
'of Florida wants to ensure
that anyone who has been
convicted by the same 'junk
science" that sent Baker's
Jimmy Ates to prison gets
the same opportunity he
had to seek a new trial.
Ates- was convicted of
first-degree murder in 1998,
seven years after the shoot-
ing death of his wife in 1991.
The conviction was over-
turned Dec. 17.
His life sentence was set
aside after lawyers for the
same State Attorney's Of-
fice that had convicted him
10 years earlier agreed that
some evidence used against
him at his 1991 trial, was
flawed.
Noting that the FBI has
questioned 20 other convic-
tions in Florida because
analysis evidence was cru-
cial to obtaining, a convic-
tion, the Innocence Project
has petitioned the Supreme
Court of Florida. It calls for
the court to give inmates
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to the trial court recently re-
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At Ates' trial, FBI met-
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Lundy testified that a bullet
found in the mattress under
Norma Ates' body matched
bullets found in Jimmy Ates'
utility room and a cartridge
found in his car.
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at about the same time.
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NO SPRING BREAK: Cast and crew members built and painted sets over the spring break vacation last week in
preparation for next Thursday's opening of "Footloose" at Crestview High School.


Former teachers share memories, rejoice over rebirth of drama program


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Watching Crestview High School's dra-
ma teacher Joe Hernandez working his cast
of 35 student thespians through their paces
brings more than warm memories for Shir-
ley Cadle.
It also brings hope that the-program she
founded is enjoying a healthy renaissance.
As Hernandez, his wife, parent volun-
teers and members of his cast built sets over
spring break, Cadle recalled how compli-
cated it is to pull off the seemingly effortless
productions audiences enjoyed in the 1980s
when she was a choral music instructor and
her husband, David, now Crestview's mayor,
was band director.
Collaborating with drama coach Laurie
Reeder, the Cadles brought the community
such lavish stage favorites as "The Music
Man," "Hello, Dolly!," "Guys and Dolls,"
"George M" and "West Side Story."
"It was a terrific team: The students and


we three working
it. It was very excit-
ing!" Mrs. Cadle ex-
claimed. "It takes the
total dedication from
the band director, the
choral director and
the drama coach."
"You just have to
-have the right team.
Shirley, Laurie and
I, we clicked," said
David Cadle. "It was
fun!"
"It took' a lot of
midnight marathon
rehearsals. When
we rehearsed, each
student had a blan-
ket and their books,"
-Mrs. Cadle said. "If
they were not on the
stage, they were qui-
etly studying. It was
a very disciplined ap-
proach.


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Shirley and David (
with Laurie Reeder
drama coaches, be
renowned musical


"We kept students in school who may riot
have stayed," Cadle said. "It was a multi-fac-
eted approach. They worked on their grades
because they wanted to be there. It was hard
on the students, but they studied like crazy
to keep it going."
Low grades could mean a student would
not be allowed to participate in the spring
musical.
Community involvement was another
factor that contributed to the program's suc-
cess, Shirley Cadle said.
"We had'a lot of parents building sets,"
she said. "We had a lot of community sup-
port. It helped so much. It was a community
event.
"We had the cooperation of the entire
school," she continued. "The art depart-
ment built sets, We had terrific students and
teachers."
Like the program Hernandez revived
two years ago, theatre at CHS under the
Cadles and Reeder began modestly. Their
first show was the Rodgers & Hammerstein
classic "Carousel."
"We had no money. We had cardboard
sets," Mrs. Cadle recalled. "We borrowed
plants from the vo-tech program to decorate
the stage. We had some interesting times!
But that was our start."
In addition to two dress rehearsal perfor-
mances and performances for local middle
and elementary schools, each show also had
Friday, Saturday and Sunday public perfor-
mances.
"It was a very big deal," David Cadle said.
"We were doing six or seven performances
for each show. We never got a spring break.


"GUYS & DOLLS:"
The song might
have been
"Luck Be a.
Lady," but the
Shirley Cadle-
era show's
success was
attributed not
to luck but
to months of
hard work by
both student
actors and
their faculty
production
team.


We were always in rehearsals."
"My pride and joy was when Laurie and
I could sit in the audience. That was the ex-
pectation," Mrs. Cadle said, explaining that
cast and crew were so well rehearsed, there
was no need for instructors to be backstage
during.performances.
"The students were thoroughly trained,"
Cadle said.
The program grew steadily from its moa-
est beginnings. Recruiting students into the
program was as essential then as it is for
Hernandez today.
"At the peak of those years, Laurie had
six classes of speech and drama with 33 stu-
dents, and I had one overflow class of 33 stu-
dents," Shirley Cadle said. "It was a mam-
moth program in those years.
"For our last three shows, we had be-
tween 150 and 185 (actors) on stage. It's
hard to work with that many, but it ends up
being such a beautiful picture," Mrs. Cadle
said.
"'West Side Story' was probably the hard-
est show we did,"
she said, "but the
S students fit the roles
so perfectly."
"We also made
Se money!" David Cadle
said. As the program
grew, it began to
earn enough box of-
fice revenue to fund
itself.
(A couple of the
later, more extrava-
gant productions
merely broke even,
SY OF SHIRLEY CADLE he confessed.)
e crestview News Bulletin "It does take .a
toll emotionally and
cent photo of physically," observed
Cadle, who, Mrs. Cadle.
and CHS other "It ruined, her
gan the school's health, I'll tell you
theatre program. that," recalled May-
or Cadie. "They
rehearsed and re-
ehearsed constantly."
Today, as Hernandez and his team pre-
pare for the April 16 opening night of the
musical "Footloose," Shirley Cadle is enthu-
siastically following his progress.
"I am so glad he has gotten this program
going again," she said. "As he builds up his
resources, he will be able to incorporate
more and more students."
In fact, more than 60 incoming CHS fresh-
men alone have signed up for Hernandez's
drama classes next serfiester, he said. Many
are eagerly hoping to be cast in the Neil Si-
mon comedy he has planned for the drama
department's fall show.
"We started with the very minimal
amount of staging equipment and sets,"
Mrs. Cadle said. "We had nothing. It's very
difficult when you start at that level. It just
developed and developed.
"I know Joe will have success with all
the talent that is available, and if he keeps
pushing, he will get those students who are
talented," Cadle continued.
"I am so excited he is taking the ball and
running with it."
The revival under Hernandez of Crest-
view High School's theatre department re-
vives fond memories of its 1980s heyday for
those who were intimately involved.
"It was an exciting time," Mayor Cadle
said fondly.
Shirley Cadie was even more effusive.
"It was the greatest experience of my
teaching career," she said. "It was one of my
goals to have a successful theatre program.
I felt I fulfilled it before my career ended.
"It was the greatest experience of my
life."


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increased from 465 in 2002
to 567 in 2007, a 22 percent
increase. The land in farms
increased from 55,119 acres
in 2002 to 65,874 acres in
2007, a 20 percent increase.
But the average size farm
decreased from 119 acres
in 2002 to 116 acres in 2007.
This follows a trend started
several years ago with folks
purchasing land to start
hobby or lifestyle farms. Al-
most half the farms in Oka-


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50 acres to more than 1,000
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in the latter category.
The 2007 data showed
there were almost 13,000
acres in production agricul-
ture, such as cotton, pea-
nuts, corn and vegetables.
The rest was in pasture
and forestry operations.
Not surprisingly, more
than 60 percent of those re-
porting a farm have other
jobs. We have 456 farms
operated by males and
111 female operators.
One alarming fact that
is following a national
trend is the increasing
age of our principal farm-
ers. In Okaloosa County,
the average is 60.2 years
of age. The median age
of principal operators is
increasing, but the latest


census showed our farms,
particularly the new ones
started in the past five
years, tend to have more
diversified production,
fewer acres, lower sales
and younger operators who
also work off of farms.
It is very important
that we keep agricultural
production strong in this
country. I would hate to
know that we had to de-
pend on other countries to
provide the United States
with a steady reasonably
priced food supply in the
global environment we are
in today.
Gerald Edmondson is
the Okaloosa County Ex-
tension Director. The local
extension office is located
at 5479 Old Bethel Road in
Crestview.

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Plant clinic: 10 a.m. to
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SOWING AWARDS: Okaloosa County Extension Agent
Larry Williams introduces a round of awards for the
gathered master gardeners.


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Reaping the bounty of
another successful year, a
crop of master gardeners
from throughout the coun-
ty sprouted up in the Oka-
loosa County Extension
auditorium April 1.
A covered dish lunch
preceded the introduction
of next year's crop of offi-
cers and the presentation
of bushels full of awards.
"This group should be
called master gardeners
and chefs," said Courity
Extension Agent Larry Wil-


liams following the meal.
Williams said the coun-
ty's 67 master gardeners
contributed nearly 10,000
hours of voluntary ser-
vice, equating to a value
of $157,601.84 for Okaloosa
County.
The Okaloosa County
Master Gardeners 2009 of-
ficers were introduced be-
fore awards were dissemi-
nated.
Stacey Taylor will be
president of the group, with
Roger Stalker as president-
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treasurer.
To become a master garden-
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15-week course, which Williams
described as "extensive and in-
tensive." Eighteen course grad-
uates were introduced at the
luncheon, bringing the county's
number of master gardeners to
85.
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service to youth and 4-H, and
community education.
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HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Online commenter disagrees with the sug-
gestion to name the city of Crestview's building
at the Old Spanish Trail Park after former Mayor
George Whitehurst.
This is in reference to the (online poster) that is un-
aware of George H. Whitehurst's contributions to the city
in his 24 years as mayor. Before you open your mouth, or
in this case, starting sending e-mails that show how little
you know about the area, or your e-mail was because you.
or your family didn't have the building named for you,
please list the accomplishments you or your family have
Made for the city. If it is more than 10 pages long then you
might have done in your whole life what Mayor Whitehu-
rst has accomplished in one year. Here are just a few to
start: George went to Mobile, Ala., years ago and was able
to purchase the now "Twin Hills Park" property from the
L&N Railroad. He got donated free of charge 15 acres
where the Community Center and Bob Sikes Library now
stand. He also got three grants from the state to build
these buildings. He also acquired'the old L&N Railroad
bed to Florala that lies within the Crestview city limits
and money from the state to build and pave what is now
"Industrial Road." There are many other great things
George has done. for our community

Topic: Okaloosa County Tax Collector Chris Hughes'
office spent about $180,000 for travel since 2005.
I met Chris Hughes and he seemed sincere. He has
done a good job for the county and been recognized for
doing so. If you do not pay top dollar for staff, you get
substandard staff. Do I think $692,000 in three years (in
bonuses) is excessive? Sure I do! And he has already .
said that will not happen, to that extent, again. Cut the
man some slack. He has done a good job up to this point
and a whole lot better than the good ol' boys we had be-
fore. Run again, Chris. You have got my vote.

As a former member of management, as well as a
worker bee, I can vouch for the importance of professional
development. The educational conferences my staff and
I have attended throughout my professional career were
extremely beneficial to our clients and helped us provide
more and better services. I am glad to see our civil ser-
vants bettering themselves and keeping abreast of ad-
vances in their field. I would expect and demandinothing
less from these professionals. That said, I also think it's
ridiculous to charge taxpayers to spend the night at a re-
sort when attending a conference in our own backyard.

Topic: Crestview News Bulletin Arts and Enter-
tainment Editor Brian Hughes reviews the Okaloosa
Chamber Singers' spring concert.
My husband and I attended the Friday night concert
and it was just wonderful. It was so nice to enjoy a cou-
pie hours of great music and not have to worry about the
economy, the kids, the weather, etc. I loved the Gershwin
selections.best! Everybody, y6u must-see these incred-
ible singers next time they perform. What a treasure for
our community. It would be great if they could perform
in Crestview next time.

The reviewer doesn't appear to have attended many
Chamber Singers Concerts. They always include ar- ,
rangements of folk songs or show tunes after the inter-
mission. A well-written review, though, and I appreciate
the effort to include more arts items in the Bulletin.

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts
on any north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com, or post your thoughts at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"A chairman of a meeting is like the

minor official at a bullfight whose main
function is to open and close the gates to
let the bull in and out."

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Spare the arts, or deaden the child


By now, it's
pretty clear that
every program in
our schools is under
budgetary scrutiny.
The school
district has yet
to announce just ,BRIA
how deeply the
looming cuts will
slice and where they'll
fall, but the jobs of some
of our communities' most
valuable resources our
educators are on the
line.
A few weeks ago,
our sports editor,
Randy DicksoTi, made
an excellent case for
preserving school athletic
programs. I concur,
even though for the life
of me I couldn't tell you
the difference between
a running back and a
fullback. (I presume one
back runs while the other
back ate too much?)
S Just as sports play
a critical role in the
development of many of
our students, so do the
arts.
It's easy for people
to say, "I don't want my
tax dollars funding after-
school playtime! Kids just
need reading, writing and
arithmetic."
What these well-
meaning but cash-
strapped taxpayers
fail to realize is that ,
properly administered
co-curriculars are
merely extensions of
the educational process.
They're the classroom
beyond the classroom.
Often, they're the reason
many of our kids strive
even harder at school.
My involvement


with my high
school drama *
club, newspaper,
yearbook, art club
and swim team did
more than broaden
my mind and
N HUGHES shoulders.
N HUGHES They were
integral parts of
my education, offering
the opportunity to put to
practical use things I was
learning in class. They
helped me discover skills
I had within and directly
influenced my future
career choices. They also
helped me earn admission
and scholarships to a
decent university.
On the swim team, I
learned valuable team-
building skills, and
established a fitness
regimen that I enjoy to
this day (when it warms
up a bit more, of course).
I dread the concept of
any educator losing his or
her position, but I do join
the ranks of those who
question the wisdom of
funding a full-time sports
, coach, especially when
classroom teachers' jobs
are at stake.
However, one thing our
swim team proved was
that teachers also can be
great sports coaches.
Under Mr. Wadeson,
an awesome anthropology
and political science
teacher, and Mr. Latimer,
head of the athletic ,
department and the best
PE. teacher I ever had
(you didn't have to be a
jock to get an "A" in his
class. You just had to try
hard), our team remained
division champions for
years.


With teachers' jobs on
the line, our educators
need such versatility.
I laud our selfless
educators who spend the
day in class then devote
after-school hours to
advising co-curriculars or
coaching.
Nowhere are these
benefits more evident
than in the arts, which,
sadly, are often the first
subjects on the chopping
block when budgets get
tight.
Arts teachers make
extraordinary differences
in their students' lives
and futures. On many
occasions, a student has
told me how his or her
participation in after
school arts activities has
helped them find direction
for life.
Being in Crestview
High School's chorus
and theatre programs
encouraged senior
Forrest Jenkins to
seek a college major in
performing arts after his
graduation this spring.
Crestview student
Aaron Stringfellow, a
junior at the Collegiate
High School at Northwest
Florida State College, had
contemplated a wholly
different career path until
courses in the visual arts
tapped his latent creative
talents.
At Baker School, '
senior Samantha Helms
will pursue studies in
dental hygiene, but will
minor in music, a talent
nurtured particularly
by her participation in
the school's chorus and
theatre club.
Our schools' arts


programs, both during
class and after school,
are producing legions
of more well-rounded,
more culturally
enriched, more talented,
more enlightened,
more educated, more
disciplined and more
academically and
vocationally prepared
students than those who
don't take advantage of
them.
Our students aren't the
only beneficiaries of arts
education.
Especially in times of
economic challenge, a
society needs the arts. It
needs its beauty, its music,
its theatre and its culture
to keep a community's
spirits vibrant, alive and'
uplifted. Investment in the
arts and art education is
a hallmark of a cultured,
civilized society.
Our community needs
exhibitions, plays, films
and concerts to refresh
us when times are tough
and uncertain. And it
needs the artists'among
us, no matter their age,
now more than ever to
develop and share their
talents.
Now is most definitely
not the time to deny
our arts students the
opportunity to nurture
their inherent skills by
eliminating or sharply
curtailing arts education
programs in our schools.

Brian Hughes is
the News Bulletin's
reporter and arts and
entertainment editor.
Contact him at 682-
6524, or e-mail brianh@
crestviewbulletin.com.


Letter to the EDITOR

Make a difference for abused children
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. It
comes and goes each year, yet there seems
*n, to be no end to child abuse. Did you lInow the
Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy Center
eir sees more than 350 child victims of physical
ce- and sexual abuse a year? These children often
n come to the Center with broken lives. The
)y center provides the tools and resources to help
restore their childhoods.
Over the past year, there have been some
no horrible cases of abuse in our community.
ge, Sometimes you just want to say enough is
ff- enough, yet you see the smiling faces of those
ar children you have helped. They have touched
your lives forever, so you pick yourself up, just
ev- like they do. You do more to make life better
re for the next victim.
Because, folks, whether we like it or not,
there will be a next victim.
3ed The center needs to ensure its existence
for the next victim. We continue to need your
help. Get involved give of your time, be a
volunteer, give from your heart, be a donor.
is Buy a stop child abuse license plate and send
a message. Call us at 833-9237. See what
f- you can do to make a difference in the lives
of of abused children. Most importantly, if you
sk know of or suspect child abuse, call the Flori-
da Child Abuse Hotline at 800-96A-BUSE..

Julie Hurst
Emerald Coast Children's Advocacy Center


Even as a smoker, I can
understand the raising of cig-
arette taxes to help supple-
ment health care costs and
the state's revenue.
Why have I read nothing
about raising alcohol taxes?
There are several tax and
health care issues related to
alcohol:
Alcohol illnesses raise,
health care costs as well -
and not only for the drinker.
There are non-drinking vic-
tims of drunken driving ac-
cidents who are injured, and
sadly even killed, that require
health care.
Automobile insurance
carriers are affected by
drunkendriver collisions, and
the costs are passed on to
others via increases in poli-
cies by the area you live in.
City and/or county emer-
gency response agencies are
at times required to respond
to DUI/DWI accidents, paid
for by tax dollars.
Crimes involving alcohol,


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including public intoxication
DUI/DWI, illegal underage
drinking and others find the
way through our law enfor
ment, judicial and probation:
departments, also funded b:
tax dollars.
All of the above cost tax-
payers money, yet there is n
suggestion, to my knowledi
of raising alcohol taxes to o
set the costs that are similar
to cigarettes.
Imagine the increased r
enue if all alcohol taxes wei
raised.
There is the hope if
cigarette taxes are increase
people will stop smoking.
Is alcohol not just as bad?
Should there not be hope
people will stop drinking, a
well?
Cigarette smokers are of
ten singled out for a variety
reasons. Is it too much to as
for equality on this issup?

Lena Torres is a Crest-
view resident.


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Check it OUT


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian
Robert L F. Sikes Public Library

Tests. No one likes them.
Everyone wants to be prepared
for them.
Through the Okaloosa
County Public Library Coop-
erative, the library subscribes
to LearningExpressLibrary.
It is available free to anyone
with a current library card and
can be accessed remotely from
home. The site was completely
updated last month with new
tests (such as GED in Span-
ish and Commercial Driver's
License) and-new features,
the most timely being the Job
Search & Workplace Skills
Learning Center. Here you can
learn to craft a resume and
strengthen your job search,
interviewing and networking
skills.
For easy, one-stop access,
all of the tests and courses are
now organized by related topic
into different learning centers,
such as students, GED, jobs
& careers, skill building, and
U.S. citizenship. Don't forget to
check out the e-books section


where you can read more than
100 books in areas, such as ac-
ademic test prep; civil service;
health occupations; real estate;
military (including ASVAB);
parents' guides; and reading,
writing and math skills.
To register, go to our library
Web site www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm and choose
"Electronic Resources" in
the drop-down section menu.
Scroll down and click on
"LearningExpressLibrary." To
register as a "New User" you
must use your 14-digit library
card barcode number as your
username.

PROGRAMS
Story Time today and to-
morrow is "Hoppy Easter!" You
can always check the Calendar
of Events on our Web site for
Story Time and Lap Sit topics.
The free Writers Work-
shop with Tallahassee author
Dr. Anne Haw Holt is from 6 to
8 p.m, Monday. Dr. Holt will of-
fer tips for writing and getting
published for the first hour and
help participants the second
hour with individualized cri-
tiquing of their work. For more


info, e-mail Dr. Holt at ahholt@
ahholt.com
The Friends of the Library
Open-Mic Poetry Reading is
from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday. For
more info, e-mail friendsof-
crestviewlibraiy@yahoo.com.
Even if you don't wish to pres-
ent, come and enjoy an evening
of poetry in celebration of Na-
tional Poetry Month. Awards
will be presented that evening
to the winners of the student
poetry contest.

STAFF PICKS
"Ethics 101: What Every
Leader Needs to Know" by
John C. Maxwell. The Library
of Congress "One Book" proj-
ects for community-wide read-
ing have spread across the
country and around the world.
Given recent local political
concerns, this would be my
pick for a book all Okaloosa
County should read.
When originally asked to
write a book about business
ethics, Maxwell surprised his
questioner by saying, "There's
no such thing." Asked what
he meant, Maxwell explained,
"There's no such thing as busi-


ness ethics there's only eth-
ics. People try to use one set
of ethics for their professional
life, another for their spiritual
life and still another at home
with their family. That gets
them into trouble. Ethics is
ethics. If you desire to be ethi-
cal, you live it by one standard
across the board."
Learn how the Golden Rule
works everywhere. Learn
about the five most common
reasons people compromise
their ethics pressure, plea-
sure, power, pride and priori-
ties.
John C. Maxwell's books
have sold more than 13 million
copies and been translated into
more than 50 languages.
Other titles we have here
include:
"Thinking for a Change: 11
Ways Highly Successful People
Approach Life and Work"
"Winning with People:
Discover the People Principles
that Work for You Every Time"
"Be a People Person: Ef-
fective Leadership Through
Effective Relationships"
"The 21 Irrefutable Laws
of Leadership: Follow Them
and People will Follow You"


JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask
Jean, Sandra, Lise, Anna,
Heather, Marie, Sengdara,
Tracey, Janice, Audrey or Sha-
ron. We will be happy to help
you.

CONTACT US
Address: 1445 Commerce
Drive (behind the post office)
Web: www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm
Phone: 850-682-4432

REMINDER
The library will be closed
April 10 for Good Friday.

QUOTE
"Talent without discipline is
like an octopus on roller blades.
There's plenty of movement,
but you never know if it's go-
ing to be forward, backward
or sideways." H. Jackson
Brown, American author best-
known for his bestseller "Life's
Little Instruction Book," which
originally was written as a go-
ing-away present for his col-
lege-bound son.


Alma Foley, 85, of Crest-
view, passed away Sunday,.
April 5, 2009, at 'her home.
She was born on Dec. 17,
1923, in Covington County,
Ala., and had lived in .Crest-
view for the past 50 years.
She was a member of Cal-
vary Apostolic Church.
She was preceded in
death by her parents, J.W
and Lunia McLelland; hus-
band, Leroy Foley; and sis-
ter, Autney Louise McLel-
land.
Survivors include her
children, Shirley Higgins,
Dorothy Lindeman, Dan
and Talatha Spicet, Faye
and Wesley Gatewood, Ed-
die Foley, and Barbara Fol,
ey; brother, J.D. McLelland;
four sisters, Lorene Norris,


Eva Joyce Green, Wilma
Bruce and Hilma Lawson;
10 grandchildren; numerous
great-grandchildren; and
great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were
held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April
7, in the chapel of Brack-
ney Funeral Service with
the Revs. Charles Braneff.
and Curtis Powell officiat-
ing. Burial followed in Wing
Cemetery.
The family received
friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Mon-
day at the. funeral home.
Brackney Funmeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of
arrangements.
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brance or view the guest-
book for Alma Foley online at
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
High school-tennis
Crestview at Milton 3:30
p.m.
Middle school track
Lewis, Pryor at Davidson
Richbourg, Ruckel at Meigs

Thursday
High school baseball
Crestview at Niceville,JV
3:30 p.m./V 6 p.m.
High school softball
Laurel Hill at Bethlehem,
5 p.m.
Pace at Crestview, JV 5
p.m./V 7 p.m.
Glasgow, Kent., at Baker, 5
p.m..

High school track
Crestview at First Rehab
Invitational, at Gulf Breeze,
9 a.m.
Baker at Central meet, 3
p.m.
Middle school golf
Pryor at Richbourg, 3 p.m.
Davidson at Jackson, 3:30
p.m.
Middle school tennis
Davidson at Ruckel, 3 p.m..
Pryor at Richbourg, 3 p.m.

Friday
High school baseball,
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, JV 3:30 p.m./V 6 p.m.
Paxton at Laurel HillI,JV 4
p.m./V 6:30 p.m.
High school softball
Baker at Pleasant Home
tournament,TBA
High school tennis
Crestview at FortWalton
Beach, 2:30 p.m.

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Sunday Lowball
April 5
I. Bo Belanger,Archie
Perez, Byron Campbell, Dan
Watford, David Hinnant -9
2. Steve Whiddon, David
Gansel, Roy Flinchum,Jerry
Maughon -9.
3. Chip Kooser, Heidi
Blair,Justin McLane, Marcie
Church,Thomas Church -8
4. Richard-Lawson,
Chester Highsmith, Bill
Ward,Aaron Odom -8

BRIEFS
YMCA news
The Crestview YMCA
is now holding registration
spring soccer for children
ages 2-14. Cost is $36 for
YMCA members and $48
for non-merhbers.
Registration ends April
16.

Tee Off for American
Heart Association
Okaloosa Public Works
employees are sponsoring
a four-person scramble
fundraiser for the American
Heart Association on April
10.
Show time is noon.Teams
will tee off at 12:30 p.m.
Cost of the tournament
is $55 per team member
($45 for Foxwood CC
members) and includes
green and cart fees, as well
as great food.
Teams will be flighted
A, B or C according to
handicaps.
There will also be a
50/50 raffle and an auction
to benefit theAHA:
For more information,
contact Cindy Halsey at
651-7394 or B.J.Thomhave
at 682-2012.

TEAS spring golf
tournament
The TEAS spring golf
tournament is set for April
17 at Foxwood Country
Club.
Cost is $30 perTEASer
and immediate family
member or significant
other.All others in a
foursome must pay $40.
Cost includes cart fees,
See BRIEFS B2


Still going strong


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lotos by ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin .


SUMMER GOLF: Foxwood will hold a youth academy for golfers this summer.


Foxwood Country Club now the only golf game in town


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SCHOOL TIES: The Foxwood Counfty
Club golf course will continue to
be used by.area schools when
Foxwood hosts the county middle
school tournament April 28.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

T here has been a lot of upheaval
in the Crestview golfing com-
munity in the last year or so.
Highly touted Heritage Plantation
opened and closed.
Adara, the course formally known
as Shoal River, also closed its doors.
It might not come as a surprise
that as the smoke has cleared, after
more than 40 years, Foxwood Coun-
try Club continues to go strong.
The reason for Foxwood's success
seems simple enough.
"We offer a fair price for what we
have, and it's fun," Craig Barbee,
Foxwood's vice president of club op-
erations said.
A round of golf with a cart is $25


Coach at loss for words



as CHS slide continues


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview baseball coach Tim Gillis
was almost at a loss foir words after the
Bulldogs were swept by Lafayette (Ky.)
in a doubleheader Friday. The Dawgs
now have a 6-11 record. after a win
against Washington on Monday.
"I've done a poor job of getting these
guys ready fo play and compete," he
said. "This is kind of the, way it is right
now. We are not playing well and not
playing with much emotion.
"I've done a very poor job of getting
these guys ready to play with the inten-
sity it takes to win. That's completely my
fault."
Crestview's albatross this year has
been poor fielding. Through 16 games,
the Bulldogs had committed 52 errors.
They committed 11 errors in Friday's
twin bill.
Gillis didn't think a week lost to bad
weather had anything to do with Crest-
view's poor execution.
"It didn't hurt us any," he said. "The
thing about it is everybody's in the same
boat and nobody else has gotten to play
either. We just didn't get it done.
"It's just a matter of playing better.
You get a bunch of games right here to-
gether and you think you can get on a
little roll, but right now we are not."
It looked as if the Bulldogs might get
that break Gillis is hoping for in Friday's
second game. r
Trailing by five runs in the bottom of
the seventh, Crestview rallied for four
runs but fell just short in an 8-7 loss.
"Iwas hopingwe could have scratched
through and gotten a hit right there and
thought maybe that was something that
'could get us going," Gillis said. "Right
now I've got to get it together and maybe
use that we rallied there in the seventh
and use that as something that gets us
.going."
Until the Bulldogs get on that roll,
Gillis isn't going to point fingers or play


MARK KULAW I| Florida Freedom Newspapers
CLOSE PLAY: Crestview's Cody Hancock
makes the tag on a Lafayetfe (Ky.)
baserunner during a doubleheader
Friday.

the blame game.
"We can keep looking for an excuse
for it, but there is no excuse for it," he
said. "We are just going to come out ev-
ery day and keep pound it into them, and
eventually they will get it. Hopefully we
can look back on this and kind of laugh
and say this was the thing that spurred
us on.
"I'm not a big fan of losing. I don't
think losing is a good thing for you. We
can sugar coat it all we want, but a loss
is a loss."
As the losses mounted this season
nobody has taken it harder than. Gillis,
who remains confident things will turn
around.
"I've been successful throughout my
life, and it's hard not to be successful,"
he said. "I try to stay positive and that's
all you can do with these young kids, and
maybe we can get it going. Bottom line
is we have to change it."


with a newspaper coupon.
And you probably won't find bet-
ter membership rates thafi those
at Foxwood..A single annual mem-
bership is $250, with $60 monthly
dues. If you want unlimited cart
usage, the monthly rate is $170 for
a single. I
Annual family memberships are
$500 with reasonable monthly dues.
"Foxwood is not 'taking advan-
tage' of being the only game in town,"
General Manager B.J. Thomhave
said. "On the contrary, we have low-
ered our fees to less than half of what
they were and our monthly dues are
the same as they've been the past
fouryears." '
Barbee said Foxwood's board of
directors understands the impor-
See FOXWOOD B2


It's never

too soon to

think about

football season

As much as I enjoy,
baseball, I'm starting to
get ;that familiar itch that
can only be scratched by
the sound of pads popping
and coaches' whistles as
spring foot-
ball gets
under way.
The
good news
is that day
isn't too
far away.
NORTH END Spring
ZONE football of-
Randy Dickson ficially can
get started
three weeks from Friday.
Things should be in-
teresting this spring in
the taker and Crestview
camps.
Bob Kellogg and his
Gator coaching staff will
have their hands full in
a complete rebuilding
mode. Quarterback Cam-
eron Domangue, who
produced 4,000 yards or
so in total offense over
the course of the last two
seasons, is graduating
next month.
Joining Domangue in
the graduating class of
2009 will be Billy What-
mough, Ryne Wickery,
Tyler Holley and a host
of others too numerous
to name. Ask any Baker
fans, and they will tell you
that Domangue might
have been the heart of the
Gators, but Whatmough

See FOOTBALL B2


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BLEACHERS



BASEBALL
Paxton 6-3,
Baker 2-4
Baker's Christian Mainor
was the star of the second
game March 30, going the
distance ornthe mound and
striking out II Bobcats.Josh
Yost connected on three of
Baker's four hits.
Despite only having the
four hits, the Gators (8-7)
were able to take advantage
of walks and hit batters.
Paxton wild pitches didn't
hurt either as Baker scored
three of its four runs on wild
pitches.
Baker also got strong play
from catcher Chandler Suggs,
who was in on a rare third-
to-catcher-to-second double
play and threw out a Bobcat
attempting to steal second.
"Christian was
outstanding on the mound
in the second game," Baker
coach GaryTaylor said."We
were able to take advantage
of some of Paxton's mistakes
and that carried us through."

Lafayette (Ky.) 6-8
Crestview 3-7*
A seventh-inning rally
fell short in Game 2 as
Crestview got swept in a
doubleheader during the
Beach Bash on Friday.
Trailing 8-3 in the second
game as they came to bat
in the seventh, the Bulldogs
got a spark from freshman
Kameron Miller, who opened
the inning with a single.
'Trevor Carnahan doubled
to score Miller. When
AndrewWirth drew a walk
and there still weren't any
outs, it looked as if the
Bulldogs (5-1 1) might rally
for the much-needed win.
But Carnahan's hit would
be Crestview's last.
Crestview's defense was
once again the culprit, as
has been the case most of
the season.The first four
General runs were unearned
as Bulldog miscues paved the
way for five runs.
Bulldog-starting pitcher
Wesley Josey pitched well
.enough to keep the Bulldogs
in the game, giving up three
hits and striking out two
batters in four innings of
work.But,he trailed 4-2
when he left the game after
the fourth inning.
Crestview pulled to within
a run in the fourth with
infield hits by Jason Parker,
Pyle and Miller. Parker scored
on a slow roller by Pyle into
the shortstop hole.
Just when things looked
as if they were going
Crestview's way, the bottom
fell out. Lafayette scored
two runs in the fifth off of
reliever Jacob McCallum and
two more in the sixth off of
David Ogilvie to push the *
lead to 8-3.
The Bulldogs outhit the
Generals 11 -6. Miller led the
way for Crestview with three
hits. Carnahan and Hancock
each had'two hits.
Crestview jumped to a
3-0 lead in the first inning
of the first game before
allowing six unanswered runs
in the loss.

SOFTBALL
Crestview 10,
Pine Forest 0
Britany Kelch was
perfect on March 30 for the
Crestview softball team.
Kelch pitched a perfect
game against visiting Pine
Forest in a 10-0 mercy-rule
victory, striking out seven
without allowing-a single
runner to reach base in six
innings.
Courtney Adams had
three hits and two runs for
Crestview, Lauren Estep was
- 2-for-3 with two runs and
Rene Copeland had two
RBIs.
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Photos by ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
FRESHMAN PHENOM: Above, freshman
William Locke has been effective on the
mound for the Baker baseball team this
spring. OFF BASE: At right, Baker senior
Cameron Davis rounds a base during
the Gators' doubleheader against
Paxton.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Baker and Paxton split a
baseball doubleheader March
30 at Baker.


The Bobcats won the open-
er 6-2. The Gators held on for
a 4-3 win in the nightcap.
See more photos from the
doubleheader at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com


Special to the News Bulletin

Crestview native Tom Ham-
monds was knocked out Sun-
day in the first round of elimi-
'nations at the SummitRacing.
com NHRA Nationals in Las
Vegas. .
Hammonds was the No. 7
qualifier and faced Larry Mor-
gan in the first round of elimi-
nations. Staging went well, but
out from the line, Hammonds
shook the tires and had to
abort the run.
"I really don't know what
happened," said disappointed
crew chief Tomi Laine. "The
air and track was much bet-
ter than (Saturday qualify-
ing) and I felt the car was a
little soft on the car tune-up. I
made the car a' little bit more
aggressive*, actually softer at
the starting line. The car just
tried to hook-up off the line
and suddenly went out of con-
trol."
Laine continued, "I was try-


ing to find a reason as to what
really happened. Probably, the
problem was just me trying to
be too aggressive, and that was
just a fine line that we just did
not get down the track. I feel
really, really bad for the rest of
the team because everybody
worked so hard, ran good, but
then wasted a round."
Hammonds did not feel the
round was wasted and also felt
Laine and the team did an ex-
cellent job.
"We are always disappoint-
ed not to be able to go rounds,
but as long as we can learn
from what we are doing it will
make us a better team," he
said. "It was a good weekend.
We qualified well and are go-
ing in the right direction. The
team is doing an excellent job,
and the car is coming along.
We are going to take it back to
the shop, work on it a little bit,
and maybe do some testing
before the Atlanta event to do
even better there."


FOXWOOD from page B1


MARTIAL ARTS CHAMPS


tance of offering a course everyone
can afford to play.
"Most people can't afford to play
$80 rounds they can't afford $50
rounds," he said. "Our members
can afford to play all the time and
it's great for them.
"We are looking for the average
person that's working at Eglin Air
Force Base and making $40,000
a year, or the guy that's making
$20,000 a year and enjoys the game
of golf." "
The idea of keeping things af-
fordable and fun permeates the
thinking of those running Foxwood.
"It's a fact from the USGA that 50
percent of the golfers in the United
States can't break 100, but you can
still go out and shoot a 110 and have
fun," Terry Thomas, vice president
of course operations said. "I think
that's another thing about our golf
course is it is a fun thing.
"This course has a lot of chal-
lenges to it, but at the same time,
because of its length, it gives people


a chance to shoot.a good score."
As the man in charge of the course
operations, it's Thomas' job to over-
see the maintenance of the course,
which is an ongoing process.
"Prior to Heritage closing, our
board was working on a long-range
plan as far as course beautification
and purchasing new equipment,"
he said. "We've already started do-
ing some of that. We are putting in
new shrubs and pine straw where
things were kind of ragged.
"At the same time, our focus
has always been on the tee boxes,
fairways and greens because that's
what the golfers are looking for."
Foxwood continues to work with
area schools in hosting middle
school and high school matches.
The club will host the Okaloosa
County middle school tournament
April 28.
"It's the first time we've done it
in six years," Thomhave said. "It's
basically all our members giving
up the golf course most of the day


for the kids to come out here and
play."
With summer less than two month
away Foxwood is preparing for its
biggest summer program ever
Once again the club will offer sea-
sonal pool memberships for those
wanting to escape the heat. This year
they've hired a pool director and will
offer swimming lessons each Mon-
day.
A tennis camp also is scheduled.
And there will be a golf camp, as
well.
"All summer long we will have
camps geared to the youth," Bar-
bee said. "We are switching gears a
little bit and getting into the youth
because they are going to be the
future of golf, Foxwood and Crest-
view.
"We are going to offer a fair
price for lessons to get out here for
a week and learn the game of golf.
Hopefully, .they'll appreciate it, and
10 or 15 years from now they will be
the future of Foxwood." '


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
GULF COAST MARTIAL ARTS CHAMPIONS: Gulf Coast Martial
Arts Championships winners Sam and Ethan Williamson
are pictured with instructor and Crestview native
Larry Harris of Harris Fitness & Martial Arts (center)
in DeFuniak Springs..Sam (left) won first place in the
Junior Black Belt division. Ethan (right) won the Adult
Black Belt 1 8-34 division, as well as overall Grand
Champion, beating the 34-and-over division winner. The
competition was held on March 21 in Gulf Breeze and
was sponsored by Poff's Taekwondo Karate.


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FOOTBALL from page B1


was the soul of the team
who poured himself into
being a Gator from the
time he was in the eighth
grade.
The Gators took anoth-
er big hit when Marcus
Jones decided to transfer.
Jones would have been a
natural fit to step into the
hole left by Domangue.
Now Kellogg will have
to look to rising junior
Christian Mainor or pos-
sibly rising sophomore
Vada Moore to provide a
young Baker team with
instant offense.
Things seem a little
brighter in the Crestview
camp.
Blake Ritchie stepped
in at quarterback midway
through the 2008 season
and did a great job. The
good news is he has most
of his receivers back in
Chris Pickett and Artis
Coleman.
The big challenge for
coach Matt Brunson and
his assistants is finding a
way to get the ball to Al-
len Caldwell. Caldwell is
a big, physical tight end,
but he has the athleticism
to play in the backfield.


It might not be a bad
idea to give Caldwell a
look in the backfield, as
last year's leading rusher,
Jordan Glover, has
graduated.
. The Bulldogs will have
to fill some gaps on the of-
fensive line. Trevor Sauls
graduates along with
Andrew Wirth. Those are
two big bodies that played
well last year.
Defensively the loss of
linebacker Gabe Good-
son and safety Jason
Parker will be felt.
Parker started the
2008 season at quarter-
back but had no problem
moving back to his old
safety spot when Ritchie
emerged as the No. 1
quarterback. It's Parker's
team-first mentality that
helped contribute to the
success of the Bulldogs
last year.
'he Bulldogs will be in
a new-look District 2-4A
that includes Fort Wal-
ton Beach, Niceville and
Mosley. It would be a safe
assumption to say that
Niceville would be the
pre-spring favorite in the
district.


The Vikings lost a lot
of players on both sides of
the ball but do have quar-
terback Luke Barnes
returning. Mosley, at least
from my perspective, is
an unknown quantity at
this time.
The good news for
Baker in the new District
1-1A: With nine teams
in the district, Kellogg
only has to find two more
games to fill the sched-
ule. The bad news: The
Florida High School Ath-
letic Association granted
the petitions of North-
view, Bozeman and South
Walton, allowing them to
play in Class 1A instead
of their original'2B clas-
sification.
How that will all pan
out won't be known until
late in the fall.
In the meantime, we
can start counting down
the days to spring foot-
ball.

What are your early
thoughts on the 2009
high school football sea-
son? Post your take at
www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


BRIEFS from page B1


lunch and three complimentary drink/snack
tickets valued at $1.75 each.
Check in starts at 10:30 a.m. with a shotgun
start at 12:30 p.m.
Entry deadline is 10 a.m.April 16.
To register, contact Janie Lambert at 729-
6255.

Korean Martial Arts Festival
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 on April
18 at the Old SpanishTrail Park in Crestview.


There also will be a one-mile fun run for
the kids.
The 5K starts at 8:30.a.m. and the fun run
at 9:30 a.m.
Proceeds from the run will benefit the
Crestview Pregnancy Center and to help build
a well in Mali,Africa.
Cost of the 5K is $20.The fun run fee is
$10.
For more information e-mail race director
Kinetta Johnson at kinetta@mosaiccrestview.
com.

46 OSS Griffin Golf Tournament
The fifth annual OSS Griffin Golf
Tournament will take place April 24 at
Foxwood Cou'ntry Club with a noon shotgun
start.
Cost is $45 per person and includes lunch;
closest to the pin, longest drive and a hole in
one contest.
For more information, contactTSGT Kristt
Russell or Gene Webb at 882-2614.


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Curry named

branch director

Special to the News Bulletin
Gentiva Health Services
Inc. announces the appoint-
ment of longtime commu-
nity volunteer and resident
Donna Curry as branch di-
rector of its Crestview Em-.
erald Coast Hospice office,
serving referral sources
and patients in Okaloosa,
Walton and
parts of Hol-
mes coun-
ties.
Donna
brings to
Northwest
Florida
more than
28 years of DONNA.
experience CURRY
in health
care. She has been an area
resident, active community
member and health care
provider in the area for 15
years.
Donna holds a bache-
lor's degree from the Col-
lege of Nursing at the Uni-
versity of South Florida in
Tampa and an associate's
degree in nursing and an
Associate of Arts from
Saint Petersburg College
in Clearwater.
Donna received her
registered nurse license in
1983. She has been a certi-
fied hospice and palliative
care nurse since 2002.
She is a past vice presi-
dent of the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce.
She is a current member
of the Chamber Military Af-
fairs Committee and a vol-
unteer for Southern States
Rescued Rottweilers. She
has served on several
non-profit organizations'
boards of directors. She
also serves as an active
advisory board member for
Northwest Florida State
College's Association in
Nursing and Bachelors in
Nursing programs.


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Chamber CALENDAR


Upcoming Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce events:
The Ambassadors Committee
meets at 8 a.m. Thursday at the chamber.
The Airport Committee will meet
at 3 p.m. Thursday at the chamber. Oka-
loosa County Airports Director Greg
Donovan is scheduled to present a video
featuring the Bob Sikes Airport and the
Crestview community. Fixed Base Op-
erator Emerald Coast Aviation is sched-
uled to provide an update.
Members of the Military Affairs
Committee meet at 10:45 a.m. April 14 at
Ryan's. Duke Field is scheduled to pro-
vide an update at this meeting.
The PILOT (Professional Inspired
Leaders of -Tomorrow) young profes-
sionals committee meets at noon April
16 at Coach 'N Four. Caron Sjoberg of
Ideaworks is scheduled to speak..
The Education Committee will


Covenant Hospice to'

offer free grief workshop

Special to the News Bulletin
Covenant Hospice invites those who have lost a
loved one to attend a free grief workshop from 1 to
3 p.m. April 17 at the Covernant Hospice office, 370
Redstone Drive.
The workshop is free and open to anyone in the
community, but registration is required. Those who
are both newly bereaved and those who are still cop-,
ing from a previous loss are invited to attend. A Cov-
enant Hospice bereavement specialist will present
current information on coping strategies, normal
grief reactions and supporting someone in grief.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a friend to
learn some new insights into the grief process.
For more information, please contact Karen
Whitworth at 682-3628 or e-mail karen.whitwoith@
covenant .hospice.org.











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from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 22 at the
chamber. RSVP to Ester Molder at
emolder@uwf.edu or 833-3743 by April
17. Space is limited to first 30 registrants.
Giveaways are planned.
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The Health and Wellness Commit-
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the month at the chamber.
To join the Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce or for more information on
chamber committees, call 682-3212. The
new chamber building is located at 1447
Commerce Drive in Crestview.


Chamber officers slate approved
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce slate of
officers for the 2009-10 year was approved by acclamation
Thursday during the chamber breakfast meeting.

The officers for 2009-10 are:
Dino Sinopoli, President-Elect
Karen Hardell, Secretary/Treasurer
Craig Shaw, Vice President
Tom Moody, Vice President
Elaine Hill, Vice President
Derek Lott, Vice President
Jason Mobley, Vice President
The board of directors for 2012 are:
Larry Tipton, Class of 2012
Katie Sharon, Class of 2012
Nathan Boyles, Class of 2012
Dan Bowers Jr., Class of 2012
Sheri Frost, Class of 2012
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The Kaps for Kids event
is a fun and easy way to
help support the Ronald
McDonald House of North-
west Florida.
Employers are asked to
allow a casual day May 6 for
employees who make a $12-
$15 donation to the house.
In appreciation for those
donations,, the Ronald Mc-
Donald House gives par-
ticipating employees their
choice of a T-shirt, cap or
visor. There is no minimum
participation, and every do-
nation is appreciated.
All funds raised go to the
Ronald McDonald House to
provide the best available
home-away-from-home
and source of respite and
resources for children and
families of children suffer-
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To participate, contact
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What's Happenina


From staff reports


NORTH OKALOOSA
CITY OF CREST-
VIEW EASTER EGG
HUNT: is Saturday at. 10
a.m. at Spanish Trail Park ,
on Stilwell Blvd. in Crest-
view. In addition to the egg
hunt, children can usually
enjoy a train ride, a moon
walk, a 16 foot slide, and a
sea of balls.
VFW EASTER EGG
HUNT: The VFW Ladies
Auxiliary is hosting a com-
munity Easter egg hunt
for children 12 years old
and younger Sunday at
noon at 2240 W. James
Lee Blvd. in Crestview.
Baskets will be-available,
but bring your own basket
or bag if possible. Details:
Lynn Mobley, 537-3375.
SIGN UP FOR HEAD
START: ends Friday for
parents of children who
will be 5 years old on or
before Sept. 1.
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,
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a Florida certificate of
immunization, a Social
Security 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-
mer VPK details: Michelle
Flaherty, 833-3627 or Kathy
Baird, 833-3889.
CRESTVIEW TOAST-
MASTERS: The monthly
meeting of Crestview
Toastmasters will be April
14 from 6 until 7 p.m. at
Lundy & Bowers CPA,
296 S. Ferdon Blvd. Come
to visit and see how you
can improve your public
speaking skills in a friend-
ly, helpful atmosphere.
Contact Crestviewtoast-
masterkathy@yahoo.com
for more information.
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.
abwacrestview.org.
CAR SHOW: The
Spanish Trail Cruisers of
Crestview will host their
ninth annual 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
entries 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 infor-
mation: 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
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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 April 22 from 11:30
a.m. to 1 p.m. at their new
location. RSVP to Ester
Molder at emolder@uwf.
edu or 833-3743, by April 17,
as 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. Vendor
applications are now being
accepted. Spaces are avail-
able for $10. Proceeds from
vendor spaces will benefit
Toys for Tots. Spaces will
be provided on a first-come,
first-serve basis. Contact
LeAnne Archer at (850) 240-
3807 to reserve 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.
Standard First Aid
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with CPR-Adult, Child, and
Infant: April 11, 8 a.m. to
4 p.m., April 25, 8 a.m. to 4
p.m.; Standard First Aid w/
CPR-Adult: April 15, 10:30
a.m. to 3 p.m.
S* CPR-Adult: April 15
from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., April
13 or 28, 6 to 9 p.m.; CPR-
Child and Infant: April 10,
8:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Lay Responder
Instructor Course: April 18
and 20-25; Standard First
Aid with CPR/AED- Adult
and Child w/ CPR-Infant:
April 18, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
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.
FREE GRIEF WORK-
SHOP: Covenant Hospice
invites those who have lost
a loved one to attend a free
grief workshop from 1 3
p.m. April 17 at the Cove-
nant Hospice Office, locat-
ed at 370 Redstone Drive in
Crestview.
Registration is required.
Attendees are encour-
aged to bring a friend to


learn some new insights into
the grief process. Details:
Karen Whitworth, 682-3628
or karen.whitworth@cov-
enant.hospice.org.
EASTER BASKETS:
Local banks and Emerald
Coast Hospice are work-
ing together to make Eas-
ter baskets for Hospice
patients.
Drop off bath care items,
(soaps, lotions, powders,
etc.), Easter candy, stuffed
animals, and empty or filled
Easter baskets to be deliv-
ered to hospice patients.
Details: Ann O'Connor,
Emerald Coast Hospice,
689-0300.
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The Crest-
view Public Library offers
one-on-one beginning skills
computer tutoring.
Appointments are avail-
able Monday through Fri-
day. Come by the library at
1445 Commerce Dr. (behind
the Post Office) or call
682-4432 to schedule your
appointment. You will need
a library card to use the
computers. All residents of
Okaloosa County are eli-
gible for a library card at
no cost. Just bring in a pic-
ture ID and proof of current
street address.


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Legal # 100565
ADVERTISEMENT OF
COMPLETION
AERO TRAINING &
RENTAL, INC.
537 GULFSHORE
DRIVE, DESTIN, FL.
32541
gives notice of comple-
tion of BONE CREEK.
ROAD REPAIRS.
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OK-OCT07-STORM-
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and sets April 23 of
2009 as the date of fi-
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Yellow River Soil and
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Attn: John Berg-
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Crestview, Fl 32536
Dawn Coughey
Secretary
03/25/09
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Legal # 100565
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Malbec II, LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year df is-
suance, the name in
which the property is'
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1585, of.
2006 Assessed to:
BRIAN D & FLORA C
GOODWIN
Description: COM NW
COR SEC 15, T3N,
R22W, ETC.
Parcel ID#:
15-3N-22-0000-0001-
0320 Oppning Bid:
$2,314.82
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000042 C
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County CQurthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
April 28, 2009. Regis-
tration begins at 9:30
am.
'Dated this 11th day of
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk


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Legal # 100566
NOTICE OF APPLICA-

Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC,
ing certificate, has filed
said certify cate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
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2006 Assessed to:
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Carpet- All man 850-974-4750 Lic & Ins. Ref availa- Parcel ID#:
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Upholstery-All Fab- Repairs, Remodeling, Yard Dirt TDA Case #: 2009 TD
rics including micro- Additions, Concrete/ Yard. Dirt T 000054 C
fiber and leather. Parking Lot Work, 10 yards delivered All of said property be
Dry foam process. Carpentry and Roofing. Call 758-1477 ing in the County of
2-4 hour drytime. Lic. #RG 0005399. Okaloosa, State of Flor-
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"A-Absolutely, W C Unless the certificate is
B-Beautiful, asco Handyman I redeemed according to
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______________ estimates. Ph. Room at the Okaloosa
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Dated this 11th day of
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk

03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal # 100567
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC,
holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in


which the property is
assessed and the de- Florida Default Law
scription of the prop- Group, RL.'
erty is as follows: RO. Box 25018
Certificate # 2549 of Tampa, Florida
2006 Assessed : to: 33622-5018
BANK OF NEW YORK
Description: PINE IMPORTANT
MEADOWS 4TH PT In accordance with the
LOT 13'ETC. Americans with Disabil-
Parcel ID#: cities Act, persons with
33-1S-24-2064-0000- disabilities needing
013B Opening Bid: special accommoda-
$5,291.77 tion to participate in
TDA Case' #: 2009 TD this proceeding should
000043 S contact Court Adminis-
All of said property be- tration at 101 James
ing in the County of Lee Boulevard East,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Crestview, FL,
ida. 32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
Unless the certificate is 689-5000, Extension
redeemed according to 7497, prior to the pro-
law, the property de- ceeding. or Shalimar
scribed in the certifi- (850) 651-7497.
cate will be sold to the
highest 'bidder in the IMPORTANT
BCC Board Meeting In accordance with the
Room at the Okaloosa Americans with Disabil-
County Courthouse, cities Act, persons with
Crestview, Florida at disabilities needing
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, special accommoda-
April 28, 2009. Regis- tion to participate in
tration begins: at 9:30 this proceeding should
am. contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Dated this 11th day of Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
March, 2009. 32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
DON W. HOWARD 04/01/09 .
CLERK OF. THE CIR- 04/08/09, ,
CUlT COURTS _
Legal # 100568
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
uty Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED
03/18/09 Notice is hereby given
03/25/09 that Sauternes V, LLC,
04/01/09 as holder of the follow-
04/08/09 ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be' issued
Legal # 100568 thereon. The certificate
IN THE CIRCUIT number and year of is-
IN THE CIRCUIT suance, the name in
COURT OF THE which the property is
FIRST JUDICIAL ClR- assessed' and the .de-
"CUITIN AND FOR scription of the prop-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, erty is as follows:
FLORIDA CIVIL AC- Certificate # 204 of
TION CASE NO. 2006 Assessed to:
2007-CA-005228 DIVI- CBR INVESTMENTS;
SION INC
Description: STONE-
WELLS FARGO BANK, BRIDGE PH ,I1ON
NA, KELLY PLANTATION
Plaintiff, BLOCK JJ LOT 29
Parcel ID#:
vs. 00-2S-22-1444-OOJJ-
0290 Opening Bid:
KENNETH E HAUGH- $19,581.95
TON II, et al, TDA Case #: 2009 TD
Defendants) 000057 S
All of said property be-
NOTICE OF RE- ing in the County of
SCHEDULED FORE- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
CLOSURE SALE ida.
Unless the certificate is
NOTICE IS HEREBY redeemed according, to
GIVEN pursuant to an law the property de-
Order Rescheduling scribed in the certifi-
Foreclosure Sale dated cate will be sold to the
March 24, 2009 and en- highest bidder in the
tered in Case No. BCC Board Meeting
2007-CA-005228 of the Room at the Okaloosa
Circuit Court .of the County Courthouse,
FIRST Judicial Circuit Crestview, Florida at
in and for OKALOOSA 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
County, Florida April: 28, 2009. Regis-
wherein WELLS tration begins at 9:30
FARGO BANK, NA, is am.
the Plaintiff and KEN-
NETH E HAUGHTON II; Dated this 11th day of
FELICIA D. HAUGH- March, 2009.
TON; are the Defend- DON W. HOWARD
ants, I .will sell to the CLERK OF THE CIR-
highest and best bid- CUIT COURTS
der for cash at By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT uty Clerk
OF CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF SHALIMAR
ANNEX at 11:00. on the 03/18/09
5 day of May, 2009, the 03/25/09
following described 04/01/09
property as set forth in 04/08/09
said Final Judgment:

LOT 29, BLOCK Legal # 100569
1,VILLAGE WEST, AC--
CORDING TO THE NOTICE OF APPLICA-
PLAT THEREOF AS TION FOR TAX DEED
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 12, PAGE(S)Notice is hereby given
32, OF THE PUBLIC that Sauternes V, LLC,
RECORDS OF as holder of the follow-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, ing certificate, has filed
FLORIDA. said certificate for a Tax
FLORIDA.Deed to be issued
A/K/A 1156 LOST thereon. The certificate
TRAIL, FORT WALTON number'and year of is-
BEACH, FL 32547 suance, the name in
which the property is
Any person claiming assessed and the de-
an interest in the sur- scription of the prop-
plus from the sale, if erty is as follows:
any, other than the Certificate # 2439 of
property owner as of 2006 Assessed to:
the date of the Lis CHASE MANHATTAN
Pendens must file a MORTGAGE
claim within (60) days Description: COM SW
after the sale. COR OF SEC 29, T3N,
SR24W, ETC
witness my hand and Parcel ID#:
the seal of this Court 29-3N-24-0000-0002-
on March 24, 2009 008B O41pening Bid:
$4,883.41
Don W. Howard TDA Case #: 2009 TD
Clerk of the Circuit 000044 C
Court All of said property be-
By: Viki dacrkson ing in the County of
Deputy Clerk Okaloosa, State of Flor-


ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
SCrestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
April 28, 2009. Regis-
tration begins at 9:30
am.
Dated this 11th day of
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF 'THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk

03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal # 100570
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC,
as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
.Deed to' be issued
thereon. The certificate
number'and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1586 of
2006 Assessed to:
JOE D. & DAPHNE J.
COX
Description: N1/2 OF
S1/2 OF NE1/4 OF
NE1/4, A/K/A TRACT
11 SADDLEBROOK
FARMS UNRECORDED
ETC.
Parcel ID#:
15-3N-22-0000-0001-
0330 Opening Bid:
$3,333.96 n
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000070 C
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida. *
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
April 28, 2009. Regis-
tration begins at 9:30
am.

Dated this 11th day of
March, 2009.:
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS'
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk

03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal # 100571
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.
2009 DR 1784-C DIVI-
SION TK
LARRY DEAN NICH-
OLS
Petitioner
and
PAULA RENEE NICH-
OLS
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION.
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: PAULA RENEE
NICHOLS '
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: Andalusia Ala-
bama, Andalusia Ala-
bama
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
that you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it, on Larry Dean
Nichols whose address
is 3124 Winstead Cove
Crestview Fl 32539 on
or before May 8, 2009,


and filed the clerk of assessed and the. de-
this Court at Okaloosa scription of the prop-
County Courthouse, erty is as follows:
101 E. James Lee Blvd. Certificate # 1527 of
Crestview, FI 32536, 2006 Assessed to:
before service on Peti- ADDIE IRENE DAVIS .
tioner or immediately Descriptibn: W1/2 OF
thereafter. If you fail to SW1/4 OF SW1/4 IN
do so, a default may .SEC 14, T3N, R25W,
be entered against ETC
you for the relief de- Parcel ID#:
manded in the peti- 14-3N-25-0000-0026-
tion. 0000 Opening Bid:
$4,830.27
Copies of all court TDA Case #: 2009 TD.
documents in this 000067 C
case,. including All of said property be-
orders, are available ing in the County of
at the Clerk of the Cir- Okaloosa, State of Flor-
cuit Court's office. ida.
You may review these Unless the certificate is
documents upon re- redeemed according to
quest. law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
You .must keep the date will be sold to the
Clerk of the Circuit highest bidder i9 the
Court's office notified BCC Board Meeting
of your current ad- Room at the Okaloosa,
dress. (You may file County Courthouse,
Notice of Current Ad- Crestview, Florida at
dress, Florida Su- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
preme Court Ap- April 28, 2009. Regis-
proved 'Family Law tration begins at 9:30
Form 12.915) Future am.
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the Dated this 11th day of
address on record at March, 2009.
the clerk's office.
DON W. HOWARD
WARNING: Rule CLERK OF THE CIR-
12.285, Florida Family CUIT COURTS
Law Rules of Proce- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
dure, -requires tertian 'uty Clerk
automatic disclosure.
of documents and in-
formation. Failure to 03/16/09 -
comply can result in 03/25/09
sanctions, including 04/01/09
dismissal or striking 04/08/09
or pleadings.
Dated 3-27-09 Legal #100574
CLERK OF THE CIR-' NOTICE OF APPLICA-
CUlT COURT TION FOR TAX DEED
By: Edna Hoke
Deputy Clerk Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes LLC,
04/04/09 as holder of the follow-
04/11/09 ing certificate, has filed
04/18/09 said certificate for a Tax
04/2/09 Deed to be issued
04/25/09 thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
Legal# 100571 suance, the name in
which the property is
NOTICE OF APPLICA- assessed and the de-
TION FOR-TAX DEED scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Notice is hereby given Certificate # 2314 of
that Sauternes V, LLC, 2006 Assessed to:
as holder of the follow- WILLIAM H. FREEMAN,
ing certificate, has filed JR
said certificate for a Tax Description: COM NE
Deed to be issued COR OF SEC 26, T4N,
thereon. The certificate R23W, ETC
number and year' of is- Parcel ID#:
suance, the namein 26-4N-23-000OO-OO003-
which the property is 0180 Opening Bid:
assessed and the ce- $5,225.77
scription of the prop- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
erty is as follows: 000068 C
Certificate # 483 of All of said property be-
2006 Assessed to: ing in the County of
COYOTE LAND CO Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Description: COM SE ida.
COR OF SEC 1, T2N Unless the certificate is
R23W, ETC redeemed according to
Parcel ID#: law, the property de-
01-2N-23-0000-0002- scribed in the certifi-
0060 Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the
$5,816.88 highest bidder in the
TDA Case #: 2009 TD BCC Boara Meeting
000049 C Room at the Okaloosa
All of said property be- County Courthouse,
ing in the County of Crestview, Florida at
kaloosa, State of Flor-10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
ida. April 28, 2009. Regis-
Unless the certificate is traction begins at 9:30
redeemed according to am.
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi- Dated this 11th day of
cate will be sold to the March, 2009.
highest bidder in the DON W. HOWARD
BCC Board Meeting CLERK OF THE CIR-
Room at the Okaloosa CUlT COURTS
County Courthouse, By:' sa L. Guia, .Dep-
Crestview, Florida at uty Clerk
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
April 28, 2009. Regis- 03/18/09
tration begins at 9:30 03/25/09
am. 03/25/09
04/01/09,


Dated this 11th day of 04/08/09
March, 2009.


DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk

03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal # 100573
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC,'
as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is


Legal #100575
,NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Realty House
Commercial Prop Inc
Def Ben Plan, as holder
of the following certifi-
cate, has filed said cer-
tificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon.
The certificate number
and year of issuance,
the name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 830 of
2001 Assessed to: L.
B. REED
Description: ORANGE
DALE NORTH WEST
BLOCK U LOTS 1 TO
48 INC
Parcel ID#:
03-3N-22-192B-OOOU-


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0010 Upening Bid: thereon. mIe certmcate uty UerK reaeemei
$1,400.84 number and year of is- law, the
TDA Case #: 2009 TD suance, the name in scribed
000019 which the property is 03/18/09 cate will
All of said property be- assessed and the de- 03/25/09 highest
ing in the County of scription of the prop- 04/01/09 BCC Bo
Okaloosa, State pf Flor- erty is as follows: 04/08/09 Room at
ida. Certificate # 992 of County
Unless the certificate is 2006 Assessed to: Crestviev
redeemed according to ROBERT M & PATRI-L- egal #100581 10:00 a.r
law, the property de- CIA JOHNSON NOTICE OF APPLICA- April 28,
scribed in the certifi- Description: COM NE NTION F A traction b
cate will be sold to the COR, SEC 8, T3N, TION FOR TAX DEED am.
highest bidder in the R22W, THEN N 89 DE- Notice is hereby given Dated th
BGC Board Meeting GREES 57'51" WEST that Sauternes V L Datedth
Room at the Okaloosa ETC that. Sauternes March, 2
County Courthouse, Parcel ID#: as holder of the follow- March, 2
Crestview, Florida at 08-3N-22-0000-0001- ing certificate, has filed
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 0510 Opening Bid: said certificate for a Tax
April 28, 2009. Regis- $9,573.94 Deed to be issued DON W. H
tration begins at 9:30 TDA Case #: 2009 TD thereon. The certificate CLERK 0
am. 000065 C number and year of is- CUlT CO
All of said property be- sua e, th e name in
Dated this 11th day of ing in the County ofc he property is
March, 2009. Okaloosa, State of Flor- assessed and e de- By:
DON W. HOWARD Ida. scription of the prop- is
DON W. HOWARD ida. Us
CLERK OF THE CIR- Unless the certificate is ertyis as follows f uty Clerk
CUIT COURTS redeemed according to Certificate # 2051 of
By: Usa L. Guia, Dep- law, the property de- 200 Assessed t o: 03/18/09
uty Clerk. scribed in the certifi- Description' PARISH 03/25/09
cote will be sold to the .....-...... A.....04/01/09


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03/-18/09 h. highest bidder in the 0 4'E-/ BLUUrC A LUi 04/08/09
03/25/09 BCC Board Meeting Parcel14 D#:
04/01/09 Room at the Okaloosa c21-2 -25-19 -A- :A-
04/Q8/09 County Courthouse, 21-2S-40 Opening Bid:25-192A-000A- Legal #100583
Crestview, Florida. at 0140 Opening Bid:
Legal # 100578 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, A se778.55 #: 2009 T NOTICE OF APPL
April 28, 2009. Regis- DACase 2009 TD TION FOR TAX D
NOTICE OF APPLICA- tration begins at 9:30 All 00of said property be- Notice is hereby
TION FOR T DEED am.ing in the County of that Sauternes V
Notice is hereby given Dated this 11th day of Oaloosa, State of Flor- as holder of the f
that Sauternes VLLC March, 2009 ess the ertificateis in certificate, has
as holder of the follow- DON W. HOWARD Unless the certific said certificate foray
inas hoertificate, has fled CLERK OF THE CIR- redeemed according to Deed to be is
said certificate for a Tax CUIT COURTS law, the property de- thereon. The cert
Deed to be issued By:Ls.G D scribed in the certifi-
Deed to be issued By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- cate will be sold to the number and year
thereon. The certificate utyClerk hi bidder in the suance, the nam
number and year of is- BCC Board Meeting which the prope
suance, the, name in 03/8/09 ' Room at the Okaloosa assessed and the
which the property is 01809 County Courthouse, scription of the
which the propertyNis
assessed and the de- 03/25/09 Crestview, Florida at arty is as follows:
scription of the prop-04/01/09 10:00 a.m on Tuesday Certificate # 258
rty is as follows: 04/08/09April 28; 2009. Regis 2006 Assessed
Certificate # 806 of tratioh" begins at 9:30 GARY W MOORE
2006 Assessed to: Legal # 100580 am., Dscription: STARK
DARRIN W AND APRIL GOV. MARKER AT
V IJABEL NOTICE OF APPLICA- Dated this 11th day of COR OF NWl/4
Description: CHOC- TION FOR TAX DEED March, 2009 EC. E TS, R
LOT 48 Notice is hereby given DON W. HOWARD Parcel
.Parcel ID#: that Malbec 11, LLC, as CLERK OF THE CIR- 34-1S-24-0000-004
05-2S-23-0400-0002- holder of the following CUIT COURTS 0010, Opening
0480. Opening Bid: certificate,' has filed By Lisa L. Guia, Dep- $45,367 :67
$15,063:31- said certificate for a Tax uty Clerk TDA Case #: 200
TDA Case #.: 2009 TD Deed to be issued All Of said proper
0000,66 S thereon. The certificate All ofsaid property
All Af said property be- number and year of is- 03/18/09 Ing in the Count
ing in the County of suance, the name in 03/25/09 Okaloosa, State of
Okaloosa, State of Flor- which the property is 04/01/09 ida.less the certific
ida: .. assessed and the de- 04/08/09 redeemed accordtif
Unless the certificate is scription of the prop- -- redeemed accord
redeemed according to erty is as follows: Legal #100582 law, the property
law, the property de- Certificate # 2128 of scribed in the sold tc
ascribed in the certifi- 2006 Assessed to: 'NOTICE OF APPLICA- hiheat bidder in
cate will, be sold to. the KJT INVESTMENTS, TION FOR TAX DEED BCC Board Me
highest bidder in the -INCR oat e
BCC Board Meeting Des c r tiop n i Room at the Oka
Room at the' Okaloosa PARKWOOD SQUARE Notice is hereby given Counrestview, Florid
County Courthouse,, PH 1 COM AT EAST- that Sauternes V, LLC, Crestview, Flord10:00 a.m. qn Tue
Crestview, Florida at ERNMOST COR ETC as holder of the follow- April0m. qn TueR
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Parcel ID#: ing certificate, has filed April 28, 2009. R
April 28, 2009. Regis- 23-1S-22-0000-0008- said certificate for a Tax traton begins at
tration begins at 9:30 0030 Opening Bid: Deed to be issued am.
am. $2,195.28 thereon. The certificate Dated this 11th da
Dated thiTDA Case #: 2009 TD, number and year of is- March, 2009.
Dated this 1th dayof000041 S. suance the name in DON W. HOWARD
March, 2009. All of said property be- which the property is'CLERKOF THE
DON W. HOWARD ing in, the County of assessed and the de- CUIT COURTS
CLERK OF THE CIR- Okaloosa, State of Flor- scription of the prop- By: Lisa L.r Guia
CUlT COURTS Ida., erty is as follows: t uty Clerk
By UsLisa L. Guia, 'Dep- Unless the certificate is Certificate .# 167 of
uty Clerk redeemed according to 2006 Assessed to:
law, the property de- RENATO M. MANAS, 03/18/09
scribed in the certifi- ROY M. MARIANO & 03/25/09
03/18/09 cate will be sold to the RUPERTY Y. MARIANO 04/01/09
093/25/09 highest bidder in .the Description: INDIAN 04/08/09
04/01/09 BCC Board Meeting TRAIL ESTATES LOT 04/08/09 _
,04/08/09 Room at the Okaloosa 22
County Courthouse, Parcel ID#: Legal #100584
Legal # 100579 Crestview, Florida at 00-2S-22-1269-0000-
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 0220 Opening Bid: NOTICE OF APPLI
NOTICE OF APPLICA- April 28, 2009; Regis. 6 882 07 TION FOR TAX DE
TION FOR TAX DEED tration begins al 9-30 TDA Case .' 2009' TD -
am. 000052 S Notice is hereby i
Notice is hereby given All of said property be- that Sauternes V,
that Sauternes. V, LLC, Dated this 11th day of ing in the County of as holder of the fc0
as holder of the follow- March, 2009. Okaloosa, State of Flor- ing certificate, has
ing certificate, has filed DON W. HOWARD Ida. said certificate foray
said certificate for a Tax CLERK OF THE CIR- Deed to be is
Deed to be. issued CUIT COURTS Unless the certificate is thereon. The certil
By; Lisa L. Guia, Dep- .


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ing to number and year of Is- uty Clerk redeemed according to 2006 Assessed to: Legal # 100592
y de- suance, the name in law, the property de- DOROTHY SNEED
certifi- which the property is scribed in the certifi- Description: FIELD S/D NOTICE OF APPUCA-
to the assessed and the de- 03/18/09 cate will be sold to the BLOCK 5 LOT 12 TION FOR TAX DEED
n the scription of the prop- 03/25/09 highest bidder in the Parcel ID#:
meeting erty is as follows: 04/01/09 BCC Board Meeting 03-2S-24-0900-0005- Notice is hereby given
iloosa Certificate # 1354 of 04/08/09 Room at the Okaloosa 0120 Opening Bid: that Sauternes V, LLC,
iouse, 2006 Assessed to: County Courthouse, $42,815.63 as holder of the follow-
Ia at RACE TRACK, LLC, Crestview, Florida at TDA Case #: 2009 TD ing certificate, has filed
esday, JAMES NABORS & Legal # 100586 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 000045 S said certificate for a Tax
Regis- B A R B A R A April 28, 2009. Regis- All of said property be- Deed to be issued
9:30 BRINCKMANN NOTICE OF APPLICA- tration begins at 9:30 ing in the County of thereon. The certificate
Description: ELM TION FOR TAX DEED am. Okaloosa, State of Flor- number and year of is-
PLACE CONDO UNIT ida. suance, the name in
lay of 2-D Notice is hereby given Dated this 11th day of Unless the certificate is which the property is
Parcel ID#: that Sauternes V, LLC, March, 2009. redeemed according to assessed and the de-
13-2S-24-0819-0000- as holder of the follow- law, the property de- scription of the prop-
002D Opening Bid: ing certificate, has filed DON W. HOWARD scribed in the certifi- erty is as follows:
$6,377.50 said certificate for a Tax CLERK OF THE CIR- cate'will be sold to the Certificate # 1294 of
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Deed to be issued CUIT COURTS highest bidder in the 2006 Assessed to:
CIR- 000047 S thereon. The certificate By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- BCC Board Meeting TWO DAKOTA, INC
All of said property be- number and year of is- uty Clerk/ Room at the Okaloosa Description: CINCO
ing in the County of suance, the name in County Courthouse, BAYOU BLOCK 2
Okaloosa, State of Flor- which the property is Crestview, Florida at LOTS 4 5 ETC
ida. assessed and the de- 03/18/09 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Parcel ID#:
Dep- Unless the certificate is scription of the prop- 03/25/09 April 28, 2009. Regis- 12-2S-24-0460-0002-
redeemed according to erty is as follows:. 04/01/09 tration begins at 9:30 0040 Opening Bid:
law, the property de- Certificate. # 831 of 04/08/09 am. $42,837.02
scribed in' the certifi- 2006 Assessed to:__ TDA Case #: 2009 TD
cate will be sold to the RAIYAN INVESTMENT, Dated this 11th day of 000050 S
highest bidder in the INC Legal # 100589 March, 2009. All of said property be-
BC Board Meeting Description: PORT ing in the County of
Room at the Okaloosa DIXIE BEG NE COR NOTICE OF APPLICA- DON W HOWARD Okaloosa, State of Flor-
County Courthouse, BLK 122 W374.8 FT TO TION FOR TAX DEED CLERK OF THE CIR- ida.
Crestview, Florida at BEG W140 FT SW ALG CUIT COURTS Unless the certificate is
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, HWY 140 FT NW 140 Notice is hereby given By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- redeemed according to
LICA- April 28, 2009. Regis- FT ETC. I that Sauternes V, LLC, uty Clerk law, the property de-
EED tration begins at 9:30 Parcel ID#: as holder of the follow- scribed in the certifi-
am. 05-2S-23-2080-0121- ing certificate, has filed cate will be sold to the
given 0110' Opening Bid: said certificate for a Tax 03/18/09 highest bidder in the
LLC, Dated this 11th day of $24,088.26 Deed to be issued 03/25/09 BCC Board Meeting
oilow- April, 2009. TDA Case #: 2009 TD thereon. The certificate 04/01/09 Room at the Okaloosa -
s.filed 000061 S, number and year of is- 04/08/09 County Courthouse,
a Tax 'DON W. HOWARD All of said property be- suance, the name in Crestview, Florida at
issued CLERK OF THE CIR- ing in the County of which the property is 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
ificate CUlT COURTS Okaloosa, State of Flor- assessed and the de-- April 28, 2009. Regis-
of is- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- Ida. scription of the prop- traction begins at 9:30
ne in uty Clerk Unless the certificate is erty is as follows: traction begins at 9:30
rty is redeemed according to Certificate # 1360 of Legal #100591 am.
prop- 03/18/09 scribed in thecertifi- BARBARA SMITH NOTICE OF APPLICA- Dated this 11th day of
03/25/09 cate will be sold to the Description: SHELL TION FOR TAX DEED March, 2009.
17 of 04/01/09 highest bidder in'-the PARK CONDO BLDG C DON W. HOWARD
to: 04/08/09 BCC Board Meeting UNIT C7 Notice ishee n given CLERK OF THE CIR-
1o: 04/08/09 BCC Board Meeting ...... that Sauternes V LLC, CUlT COURTS
_. Room at the Okaloosa Parcel ID#: that Sauternes VLLC CUlT COURTS
IT AT Legal # 100585 County Courthouse, 13-2S-241223-000C- as holder of the tollow- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
T SW Crestvlew, Florida at 0107 Opening Bid: ing certificate, has filed utyClerk
OF NOTICE OF APPLICA- 10:00 am. on Tuesday, $9,576.79 said certificate for a Tax
124W, TION FOR TAXPDEED April 28, 2009. Regis- TDA Case #: 2009 TD Deed to be issued
traction' begins at 9:30 000059 S thereon. The certificate 03/18/09
aID#: Notice is hereby is All of said property be- number and year of is- 03/25/09
ID#: Notice is hereby given ng in he County of suance, the name in 04/01/09
Bid: that Sauternes V LLC, ..lated this 1th day of Okaloosa, StateoFlor- which the property is 04/08/09
n as holder of the follow- C at C o assessed and ase de- othfo
ing cert ificate, has filed Marc h, 209. ida. assessed and the de-
9 TD saidng certificate, has file a Tax DON W. HOWARD Unless the certificate is scription of the prop- # 100593
D te ifor CLERK OF TH E CIR- redeemed according to rty is as follow^ Legal#100593
y be- thereon. OThebertificateUe COURTS law, the property de-' C ertificate # 1sd446 tof NoTICEFAPPLICA-
ty Of number and year of is- y: Lisa L. Guia, Dep.- scribed in the' certifi-. 2006 Assessed to: NOTICE.OF APPi
tin of number and year of is-, ^ MERRII- E TAPPAN TION FOR TAX DEED
Flor- suance,. the name in uty Clerk catewillbesoldtotheMERRI E TAPPAN TIN FR TAX DEED
is which the property is highest bidder in the d nintheounUt Noice isVhereb ty is
te assessed and the de- CC B board MeetingHOUS CONDO UNIT Notice is hereby given
ng to scription of the prop- O3/1 /9 theO Pa s to of the o-
Sde- rty is as follows 03/25/09 County Courthouse, 14-2S24-1262-0000 ing certificate, has filed
rtifi- certificate # 39 of 200 /09 Crestview, Florid- 262-0000- ing certificate, has filedT
o the Assessed to: 04/08/09 10:00 am. on Tuesdayt 0040 Openingo Bid: said certificate for a Tax
the POINTE DEVELOP- 8/09April 28, 2009 a onTuesday, $4 83579 Deed to be issued
ting MENT OF DESTINe tLea -tat on begins at RgO TDA Case #: 2009 TD thereon. The certificate
loosng Legal #a100588 am 000062S number and year of is-
oosa D e s.cr i pt i o n : am. All of said property be- suance,thename in
use, CALHOUN'S t:; S/D, NOTICE OF APPLICA- Dated this 11th day of ing in the County of which the property is
t BLOCK BLOT 102 TION FOR TAX DEED March, 2009.Okaloosa, State of Flor- assessed and the de-
sday, Parcel ID#: DON W HOWARD ida. scription of the prop-
legis- 00-2S-22-0310-000B- Notice is hereby given CLERK OF THE CIR- Unless the certificate is erty is as follows:
9:30 1020 Opening Bid: that Sauternes V, LLC, CUIT COURTS redeemed according to Certificate # 1560 of
$13,186.36 as holder of the follow- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- law,' the property de- 2006 Assessed to:
TDA Case #: 2008 TD ing certificate, has filed uty Clerk scribed in the certifi- W H E T S T I N E
y of 000055 S said certificate for, aTax cate will be sold to the VEERAPONG
All of said property be- Deed to be issued highest bidder in the Description: REGENCY
c ing Jn'the County of thereon. The certificate 03/18/09 BCC Board Meeting PARK LOT 13
CIR- Okaloosa, State of Flor- number and year of is- 03/25/09 Room at the Okaloosa Parcel ID#:
i- da. suance, the name in 04/01/09 County Courthouse, 15-2S-24-2210-0013-
Dep- Unless the certificate is which the property is 04/08/09 Crestview, Florida at g000 Opening Bid:
redeemed according to assessed and the de- 10:00 am. on Tuesday, $9,295.41
law, the property de- scription of the .prop-e t Apri 28, 2009. Regis- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
scribed in .the certifi- erty is as follows: Legal #100590 tration begins at 9:30 000060 s
cate will be sold to the Certificate #' 2266 of am. A of said property be-
highest bidder in the 2006 Assessed to: NOTICE OF APPLICA- ing in the County of
BCC Board Meeting CAROLYN R. REILING TION FOR TAX DEED Dated this 11th day of Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Room at the Qkaloosa Description: S1/2 OF March, 2009. ida.
County Courthouse, LOT 21: COM SW COR Notice is hereby given. Unless the certificate is
Crestview, Florida at 'OF SEC E660 FT N25 that Sauternes V, LLC, DON W. HOWARD redeemed according to,
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, FT TO ETC as holder of the follow- CLERK OF THE CIR- law, the property de-
ICA April 28, 2009 Regis- Parcel ID#: ing certificate, has filed CUlT COURTS scribed in the certifi-
ED rationn begins, at 9:30 25-4N-23-0000-0015- said certificate for a Tax By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- cate will be sold to the
am. 019B Opening Bid: Deed to be issued uty Clerk -highest bidder in- the
given $5,140.55 thereon. The certificate BCC Board Meeting
L TDA Case #: 2009 TD number and year of is- Room at the Okaloosa
I1ow ,Dated this 11th day,of 000063 C suance, the name in 03/18/09 County. Courthouse,
Filed March, 2009. All of said property be- which the, property is 03/25/09 Crestview, Florida at
STax DON W.HOWARD in in the County of assessed and the de- 04/01/09 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,-
sued CLERK OF THE CIR- Okaloosa, State of Flor- scription of the prop- 04/08/09 April 28, 2009. Regis-
icate CUlT COURTS Ida. erty is as follows: tration begins at 9:30
BY: Lisa I .Guia Do'n-.ep I nless= the cr+tift is Certificate # 615 of am.


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B |I Cresiview News Bulletin


10:00 a.m.- on Tuesday,
Dated this 11th day of April 28, 2009. Regis-
March, 2009. tration begins at 9:30
am.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR- Dated this 11th day of
CUIT COURTS March, 2009.
By: Usa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS


03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal # 100594
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC,
as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 548 *of
2006 Assessed to:
JUDY ANN VRASIC
Description: GARNIER
BEACH AMD BLOCK 3
LOT 23
Parcel ID#:
03-2S-24-1000-0003-
0230 Opening Bid:
$4,676.14
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000056 S
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in -the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
April '28, 2009. Regis-
tration begins at 9:30
am.
Dated this 11th day of'
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk -

03/18/09 )
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal# 100595
NOTICE, OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC,
as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2129 'of
2006 Assessed to:
SIEGFRIED WALTHER
De-scripion ST AN-
DREWS VILLAGE
SOUTn-* AT
BLUEWATER' BAY
UNIT 1 LOT 6
Parcel ID#:
23-1S-22-2382-0000-
0060 Opening Bid:
$6,648.49
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000048 S
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, Stale of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
Slaw ,the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be solid to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room air me Okaloopa
Cuuiy Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at


By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk

03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal # 100596
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given
that Sauternes V, LLC,
as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2131 of
2006 Assessed to:
WEBB, PETER L &
LENA M
Description: BLUE
PINE VILLAGE PH I
BLOCK C LOT 7
Parcel ID#:
23-1 S-22-474A-OOOC-
0070 Opening Bid:
$2,742.12
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000051 S
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
April 28, 2009. Regis-
tration begins at 9:30
am.
Dated this 11th day of
March, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk

03/18/09
03/25/09
04/01/09
04/08/09

Legal #100599


FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Legal# 100587
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY, NOTICE OF APPLICA-
FLORIDA CASE TION FOR TAX DEED
NO.09-DR-1780-C
Notice is hereby given
Stephanie Lynn Price, that Sauternes V, LLC,
Petitioner as holder of the follow-
ing certificate, has filed
and said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
Lemuel Wade Adams thereon. The certificate
Respondent. number and year of is-
suance, the name in
NOTICE OF ACTION which the property is
FOR DISSOLUTION OF assessed and the de--
MARRIAGE scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
TO: Lemuel Wade Ad- Certificate # 2479 of
ams Last Known Ad- 2006 Assessed to:
dress: Unknown Mont- DONALD YANDELL &
gomery, Al. Montgdm- ERLIND STEESE
ery, Al. Description: COUN-
TRYVIEW EST PH 4,
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 4TH ADD LOT 20
that an action has been Parcel ID#:
filed against you and 31-3N-23-056M-0000
that you are required to -0200 Opening Bid:
serve a copy of your $67,364.95
written defenses, if any, TDA Case #: 2009 TD
to it on (name of Peti- 000058 C
tioner) Stephanie Lynn All of said property be-
Price whose address is ing in the County of
3124 Winstead Cove Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Crestview, FL 32539 on ida.
or before (date) May 8, Unless the certificate is
2009, and file the origi- redeemed according to
nal with the clerk of this law, the property' de-
Court at (clerks ad- scribed in the certifi-
dress) Okaloosa cate will be sold to the
County Courthouse, highest bidder in the
101 E. James Lee Blvd. BCC Board Meeting
Crestview, FL 32536, Room at the Okaloosa
before service on Peti- County Courthouse,
tioner or immediately Crestview, Florida at
thereafter. If you fail to 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
do so, a default may be April 28, 2009. Regis-
entered against you for tration begins at 9:30
the relief demanded in am.
the petition.
Dated this 11th day of
Copies of all court doc- March, 2009.
uments in this case, in-
cluding orders, are DON W. HOWARD
available at the Clerk of CLERK OF THE CIR-
the Circuit Court's of- CUIT COURTS
fice. You may review By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
these- documents upon uty Clerk
request.
03/18/09
You must keep the 03/25/09
Clerk of the I Circuit 04/01/09
Court's office notified of 04/08/09


your current address.
(You may file Notice of
Current Address, Flor-
ida Supreme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this, lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida, Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and infor-
mation. Failure to com-
ply can result "in sanc-
tions, including dis-
missal or striking of
pleadings.
Dated: March 27, 2009.


LEGAL#120194

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2009-CA-00111
9 DIVISION FILE
NO.F09017878
U.S BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR J.RP
MORGAN ALTERNA-
TIVE LOAN TRUST
2006-S4,
Plaintiff.


ADVERTISEMENT OF Clerk of the. Circuit
COMPLETION Court vs.-
BY: Kitty Sims
Hayes Construction,, Deputy. Clerk ELIZABETH S. MCGILL
Inc. 4 0t al,
4/4/2009 -Defendant(s).
3950 Oakleigh Drive, 4/11/2009' .
Jay,'FL, 32565 4/18/2009 NOTICE OF ACTION
4/25/2009
gives notice of comple-
tion of County Road 2 TO
K-OctP7Storm-C r Legal # 120202 ELIZABETH S. MCGILL
OK-uctuSrm-C0 ,LAST KNOWN AD-
-03(Project) NOTICE OF SALE DRESS 2825 SCE-

.2009s.. the dat off i HOUSEHOL, _GOODS DESTifI ... FL
nal settlement BELONGiNG TO THE 325410000
nal settlement. PARTIES NAMED BE-
Yellow River Soil & LOW AND, LISTED BY CURRENT ADDRESS:
ConservationDistrict UNIT NUMBER WILL UNKNOWN
938 North Ferdon BE SOLD AT PUBLIC
Boulevard eron SALE BY DAY'S GORDON R. MCGILL
Crestview, Florida PAC-RAT MINI- STOR- LAST KNOWN AD-
resew, Florida AGE AT THE MINI- DRESS: 2825 SCE-
32536 STORAGE LOCATED NIC HIGH WAY 98
SJane Haes Sere- AT 2510 S. FERDON DESTINY, FL
By: Jane Hayes ecre BLVD., CRESTVIEW ,325410000
tary "FLA, AT 9:00 A.M.,
03/18/09 APRIL 23, 2009 UN- CURRENT ADDRESS:
03/25/09 LESS CHARGES ARE'UNKNOWN
04/01/09 PAID IN FULL BEFORE
04/08/09 THE TIME OFSALE. ANY AND ALL .UN-
04/08/09 KNOWN PARTIES
Gregory Lewis Unit# 5 'CLAIMING BY,
LEGAL# 120197 THROUGH, UNDER,
S Cynthia Lafata Unit#33 AND AGAINST THE
IN THE CIRCUIT HEREIN NAMED INDI-
COURT OF THE 4/8/Q9 VIDUAL DEFEND-
.... 4/15/09 ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT


Classifie




KNOWN TO BE
OR ALIVE, WHE
SAID UNKNOWN
TIES MAY. CLAII
INTEREST
SPOUSE, HEIRS
VISEES, GRAN
OR OTHER C
ANTS
LAST KNOWN
DRESS: UNKNI
CURRENT ADDRE
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOT
that an action to
close a mortgage
the following pro
in OKALOOSA C
Florida:
LOT 2, BLOCK
CRYSTAL BEACI
RECORDED IN
BOOK 1, AT PAG
OF THE PUBLIC
ORDS OF OKAL
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed a
you and you ai
quired to serve a
of your written
fenses, if any,
before May 4, 200
Florida Default
Group, PL., Pla
attorney, whose
dress is 9119 C
rate Lake Drive,
300, Tampa, F
33634, and file thi
finall with this CoL
theirr before servio
Plaintiff's attorney
immediately their
otherwise a defau
be entered against
for the relief *dem
in 'the Complaint
tuition.
This notice sha
published once
week for two coi
tive weeks in the
view News Bulletin
WITNESS my han
the seal of this
on this 20 da
March, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default
Group, RL. '
RO. Box.25018
Tampa, F
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance wi
Americans with
abilities Act, pe
with disabilities
ing special acco
dation to particip
this proceeding
contact Court Ad
tration at 101 J
Lee Boulevard
Crestview,
32536-3515; telel
number
689-5000, Exte
7497, prior to thi
ceeding. or Sh
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance wi
Americans with
abilities Act, pe
.with disabilities
ing special acco
dation to particip
this proceeding s
contact Court Ad
traction at 1250 N.
Patrlvia/. rSairri.,
32579. lelapnr e
bei 1,850) 651
prior to the proceed
04/01/2009
04/08/2009

LEGAL #120195
IN THE CIRCUS
COURT IN THE F
JUDICIAL CIRCLE
AND FOR OKAL(
COUNTY, FLOOR
CASE
NO.:2009-CA-10T
DIVISION:TF

COMPASS BAIK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JERRY 'RAY


ds


Wednesday, April 8, 2009


DEAD STRONG, Deceased, GION DRIVE UNIT E-3 ing special accommo-
THER by and through any DESTIN, FL dation to participate in
PAR- and all Unknown Heirs, 325412527 this proceeding should
M AN Beneficiaries, Devisees, contact Court Adminis-
AS Assignees, Lienors, CURRENT ADDRESS: tration at 1250 N. Eglin
, DE- Creditors, Trustees and 710 LEGION DRIVE Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
TEES, all others who may UNIT E-3 32579; telephone num-
LAIM- claim an interest in the DESTIN, FL ber (850) 651-7497,
Estate of Jerry Ray 325412527 prior to the proceeding.
Armstrong, Deceased; INDIAN HILLS SUBDI-
AD- WENDY KAY OWENS VISION, INC. 4/01/2009
OWN f/k/a WENDY KAY LAST KNOWN AD- 4/08/2009
ARMSTRONG; MI- DRESS: C/o Cohen,
:SS: CHELE R. ARM- Bruce, R.a LEGAL#120198
STRONG, current 303 Apache Trail.
owner and as Benefi- Brandon, FI 33511 Request for
IFIED ciary of Jerry Ray Arm- Peroesalsr
fore- strong, Deceased; and CURRENT ADDRESS: Architecturalsand
;e on TIMOTHY S. ARM- UNKNOWN Engineerin Services
operty STRONG, as current fr the Crestview
county, owner and as Benefi- ANY AND ALL UN- for the Crestiew
ciary of Jerry Ray Arm- KNOWN PARTIES Housing Authority
k 12, strong, Deceased, CLAIMING BY, The Crestview Housing
H, AS Defendants. THROUGH, UNDER, Authoritview hereby
PLAT AND AGAINST THE Authority, (HA) hereby
3E 17, NOTICE OF ACTION HEREIN NAMED INDI- requestslified proposalsec
REC- VIDUAL DEFEND- from qualified Architec-
OOSA TO: JERRY RAY ARM- ANT(S) WHO ARE Fitural/Engineering (Ades/E)
A. STRONG, Deceased, NOT KNOWN TO BE Firms to pine design
against by and through any DEAD OR ALIVE, andrt services required
re re- and all Unknown WHETHER SAID UN- tpo implement facility
copy Heirs, Beneficiaries, KNOWN PARTIES renovationsmplement funded foracility
i de- Devisees, Asbignees, MAY CLAIM AN. IN- renovator period un-
on or Lienors, Creditors, TEREST AS SPOUSE, a one year period un-
09 on Trustees and all HEIRS, DEVISEES, Comprehensive Grant
Law others who may claim GRANTEES, OR Program (CGP). The
intiff's an interest In the Es- OTHER CLAIMANTS HA will sign a contract
ad- tate of Jerry Ray Arm- HA wcoverill sign a contract
;orpo- strong, Deceased LAST KNOWN AD- scheduled in Federal
Suite 255C Brackin Street DRESS: UNKNOWN Fiscal Year (FFY) 2009
Florida Crestview, FL 32539 a F 2010 ro
e orig- (Last Known Ad- CURRENT ADDRESS: and (FF) 2010, pro- ar ila-
urt ei- dress)(CURRENT AD- UNKNOWN ble from arthe vail De-
ce on DRESS UNKNOWN) partm t of Housing
iy or YOU ARE NOTIFIED YOU ARE NOTIFIED pnd Urban Develt of Housing
after; that an action to fore- that an action to fore- ment (HUD). The HA
ult will close a mortgage on close a mortgage on ects to receive ap-
st you the following property the following property eproximatel $542000
handed in Okaloosa County, in OKALOOSA County, for the year of ARRA
or pe- Florida: Florida: for hy ia f R
Lots 10 and 11, Block LOT 3, BLOCK E, IN- funds forvement physical m-
all be 157, Town of Crest- DIAN HILLS, AC-he next ear. The HA
each view, according to plat CORDING TO THE cathe neyearan The
nsecu- thereof on file in Plat MAP OR PLAT annual funding
Crest- Book 1, Page 72, in the THEREOF, .RE- amounts since the CGP
. office of the Clerk of CORDED IN PLAT is a Federally Funded
d and the. Circuit Court, BOOK 6, PAGE 32, OFPr m and dends
Court Okaloosa County, Flor- THE PUBLIC REC- Ponr the Federal
ay of ida. .ORDS OF OKALOOSA upovernment's budget-
has been filed against COUNTY, FLORIDA Government's budget-
you and you are re- has been filed against ing procesals ust be res.
quired to serve a copy you and you are re- ceived at the Crestview
of -your written de- quired to serve a copy Housin Authoritv Of-
fenses, if any, to it on of your written de- fHousing Authority Of-
Mark J. Home, the fenses, if any, on or Hick Avenue Crest-
Plaintiff's. attorney, before May 11, 2009 Hickory Avenue, Crest-M.
whose address is 720 on Florida 'Default Law view, FL by 3:OOpM.
Law Blackstone Building, Group, PL., Plaintiff's on Friday, April 17,
Jacksonville, Florida, attorney, whose ad- 2009.
32202, on or before dress is 9119 Corpo- 4/4/2009
lorida May 11, 2009. of the rate Lake Drive, Suite 4/4/2009
Notice of Action, and 300, Tampa, Florida 4/11/2009
file the original with the 33634, and 'file the orig- 4/15/2009
Clerk, of this Court ei- inal with this Court ei- 415_______
th, the their before service on their 'before service on
Disa- the Plaintiff's -attorney Plaintiff's attorney or
arsons or immediately immediately thereafter;
need- Plaintiff's attorney or otherwise a default will
.mmo- immediately thereafter; be entered against you I .2,110
ate in otherwise a default will for the relief demanded Donate Your Vehicle
should be entered against you in the Complaint or pe- Receive $1000 Grocery
]minis- for the relief demanded tition. Coupon United Breast
lames in the Complaint or pe- This notice shall be Cancer Foundation
East, tuition. Dated on March published once each Free Mammograms,
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(850) DON W. HOWARD view News Bulletin. Towing, Tax Deducti-
ension CLERK OF. THIE WITNESS my hand and ble, Non-Runners Ac-
e pro- COURT the seal of this Court cepted, (888)468-5964.'
alimar BY: ANITA CANTRALL on this 25 day of
AS DEPUTY CLERK March, 2009.
.04/01/2009 Don W. Howard
th the 04/08/2009 Clerk of the Court | 1150
Disa-
ersons By: Anita Cantrall Single white male 70
ne LEGAL#120196 As Deputy Clerk 5'8" 170lbs. Looking for
mmo- LEGAL#2096a slender white lady
ate in Florida Default Law 65-72. I am. easy going
minisd- IN THECIRCUIT Group, RL. and easy to please.
Eglin- COURT OF THE PO: Box 25018 Just need a good
Egl FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Tampa, Florida woman to share and do
S FIRST .JUDICIAL CIR- 3'362_.5,z13 things together. Please
',j-,n N AND FOR write RLB PO. Box
7, OKALOOSA C TY IMPORTANT 876, Crestview, FL
Rding. S n accordance with the 32536, or call (850)'
CIVIL I ACTION C Americans with Disa- 689-8038
CIVIL ACTION CASE abilities Act, persons
NO.:46-2009DIVI- with disabilities need-
NOSIN: FILE 15 ing special accommo-
NO.:F09016415 nation to participate in 1
WELLS FARGO BANK, this proceeding should
WELLS FARGO BANK, contact Court Adminis-
lIT NA, tration at 101 James
FIRST Plaintiff, Lee Boulevard East,
AIT IN Crestview, FL,
)OSA vs- 32536-3515; telephone
IIDA NATLI etnumber (850)
NDA NATALIE BILELLO et 689-5000, Extension & I
37-C al, Defendant(s) 7497, prior to the pro- 2100 Pels
S Defendant(s). ceding, or Shalimar 2110- Pets: Free to
(850) 651-7497 Good Home
2120- Pet Supplies
NOTICE OF ACTION IMPORTANT 2130 Farm Animals/
SIn, accordance with the supplies
TO:ALIE BILELLO American with Disa- 2140 Pets/Livestock
NATALIE BILELLO abilities Act, persons j Wanted
ARM- LAST KNOWN AD- with disabilities need- 2150.- Pet Memorials
DRESS: 710 LE-


15 month old American
Bulldog, white female
$100. O.B.O. Call
612-0789 or 612-0790


Chihuahua
Puppy
Male Chi Puppy for
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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)





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Auction! 882 Acres
Huntsville (Alabama)
City Limits. Saturday
April 11. Just North of
1-565. Sewer available.
Adjacent to Megasite.
Garner Auctions, Inc.
garnerauctionsinc.cofn,
Ken Garner ALSL 1002,
(877)914-SOLD.

Auction: Sat/Sun, April
17'& April. 18. Panacea;
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jGA Investment' Proper-
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Homes, Equipped Res-
taurants. Free Br6o-
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Licensed Real Brokers,
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colors in stock, w/all
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$490 Sofa & Loveseat 100% Recession Proof!
set, Microfiber, new in Do you earn $800 in a
box. Lifetime warr. Can day? 25 Local Ma- NICf T0
deliver. 850-471-0330 chines and Candy
Mattress, NEW Queen $9995. (888)629-9968
Pillowtopw/foundation. O00033 Call s:Janet JohnsoAn
Factory sealed. Warr. We will not be under-Realty, Inc.
$165. 850 471-0330 sold Realty, Inc.
$165. 850471-0330 Sick-and-Tired of Equal Housing
Brand Name Pillowtop Struggling? Stey at Opportunity
Set, King, still in pies- Home Get Out Of Debt 682-100
tic, warranty. $225. Call Get Your Life Back 682-1800
850-255-3050 $2000 to $4000 Weekly
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Crestvibw News Bulletin I B9


-I-707


Roomate needed to
help with expenses.
Call 685-0821


SUIUntappedn aMaJeU IVICrII AcL t Dis. MII
Now! 1-800-508-0585 804 Buck Ward Rd -
fatimak.com 3 br, 2 ba; $795 Roommate to share
I 3230 3br, 2ba, brick house
Crestview Crestview $450/mo includes all
Yard Sale April 11, 226 Runnymeade Dr, 2 utils & cable. Call
8-till, 596 Brock Ave, '- br, 1.5 be, $595 689-8978
off. 85, 1413 S. Pearl St
Crestview 4 br, 1 be, $600
YARD SALE! 218 Virginia St
Fri & Sat, 8am 2pm, 2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
105 JacobDrive. 04644 Bobolink Way
0J e 2 br, 2.ba, $625
6100 -Busness/ -06119 Sonny Lane
<5100 Business/
61I0 Commercial 3 br, 1.5 be, $775
| 3260 -- 110- Apartments 104 Corwin St
6120 Beach Rentals 2 br, 2.5 be, $795
Online Pharmacy Buy 6130- Condo/Townhouse 5292 Opportunity Dr
Soma, Ultram, Fioricet, 6140 House Rentals 3 br, 2 ba; $795
Prozac, Buspar 6150- Roommate Wanted 5255 Sue CirW W
$71.99/90 $107/180 6160 Rooms for Rent 3 br, 2 ba, $795
Quantities, Price In- 6170- Mobile Home/Lot 0 651 Panama Dr
clues Prescription! 6180 Out-o-Town Rentals 4br 2 be,t$895 16x80 M.H. 3br, 2ba,
Over 200 Meds $25 6190- Timeshare Rentals W/D hook ups, CH&A,
Coupon Mention 6200- Vacation Rentals 0 3154 Helms Farm 7500
Offer:#91A31. 2405 Mill Run Dr, 682-1266 or 978-3196
(888)389-0461. 3 br, 2 be; $995
tri-drugstore.com [ .6100 0 179 Conquest Ave,
3 br, 2 ba; $1050.
Crestview 211 Raptor Dr,
Office Space 4 br, 2 ba; $1200 Crestview 3 mobile
I 3280 I] Eight offices now avail- 6042 Sand Hill Rd homes for rent. No pets
Tpand Die S able in McLains Office 4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250 Call for info 682-6129
Tap and Die Set Plaza. Rental rate in-
New, very large, in cludes utilities, corn- Commercial ________
metal case. #1-1" HSS mon area and mainte- 5 J0mse Ivd
$950. Call 499-8086 nance. 682-0791 1600sf, $1200
______________ Crestview Large
3BR/2BA Doublewide
Samson, Alabama- on Highland Hills Rd.
3300 110 1 3BR/2BA on 3/4 acre Ref LD. Req.
"Building Sale!" 1 mo Free Rent! corner lot w/lots of $800.mo + $800. dd
Unprecedented Low Crestview- 2br, ba shade. Porches front& Call 428-6023
Prices." Reduced De- quiet, gated, No pets back 1 600 sq. ft. living
posits. Limited Inven- $575 mo / $550dep, 12 area, fenced yardop. Alo
tory. 25X40 $6,844. mo Ise req. 585-6985 334-898-2804 for info.
30X50 $7,844. 35X60 334-898-2804for info.
$12,995. 40X60 Crestview 2BR/1BA H ar -3/
$15,995. 60X100 washer, dryer, stove, Holt area 3BR/2BA
$37,400. Others! refrig. $500.mo + Single wide w/city
(800)668-5422. Menu- $500dp 136 Lake St. NEW T AY water, paved road.
facturer Direct Since Call 682-6514 C/H/A. $600. moe $600.
1980. dd Call between
1980S 6:00pm 9:00pm HM
Airlines Are Hiring W Teel & Waters 537-3335 or 978-0016
Train for' high paying Real Estate
Aviation Maintenance RENTALS _
Career. FAA approved Crestview- 1 br apt, RENTALS
program. Financial aid 692 Kenneth Ave. Corn- 682-6156
if qualified Housing pletely furnished incl
available. Call Aviation utilities. No pets. 3542 Auburn Rd,
Institute of Mainte- $625.mo 682-3166 $695, 3 br 1 ba, 1 cg, ,.-
nrance (888)349-5387. Crestview Bent Creek 1.5 acres
Attend College Online Apts II Vouchers Ac- + 3819 Golden Acres, -
from Home. *Medical, cepted. Rental assis- $750, 3 br, 2 ba, 1 acre
*Business, *Paralegal, tance may be avail. 1 & 332 Adams Drlve
*Computers, *Criminal 2 BR HC & non-HC ac- $1175, 3 br, 2 ba, 2cg,
Justice. Job placement cessible apts. 209 Beqrt No pets.
assistance. Computer Creek Rd. Crestview, *4715 Majestic Prince,SALE
available. Financial Aid FL. Call 850 682-5563, $1200, 3 br, 2 ba, appis
if aii Call TDDn/TTY 711. Eqnual 428 Riverchase, 7100- Homes
S q866)uaifid. Call Husin O ortuni $1300, 3 br, 2ba2 g, 7105-Open Houses
(866)858-2121, Housing Opportunity $130
www.Centurauni~ne.com No pets. 7110 Beach Home/
www.CenturaOnline.com Crestview I & II 290 Main Street Property
Car port Apartments $1500 Commercial 7120 Commercial
7130 Condofrownhouse
1 ft x 21 ft long with 8 Now accepting applica- All Properties require a 7150- Lots and Acrhes
ft legs. Like new Ask- tions for 1 & 2 BR HC & All Properties require a 7150-Lots and Acreage
ing $850obo 689-0419 tions for & 2 B credit check, 1 yr 7160 Mobile Homes
non-HC accessible apart- lease, no inside smok- 7170 Waterfront
ments.for the elderly and ing. Pet fees are non- 71180-Investment
NAy V the disabled. Rental assis- refundable. Property
NEW I U tance may be available. 7190 Out-of-Town
Call 850-682-5149, Call Debra Real Estate
TDD/TTY711. 1450 Frost 682-6156 7200 Timeshare
For Sale: Beauty Shop Coremo Drive, Crest-
Equipment. Shampoo view FL. Equal Housing
chair, mat (standing), Opportunity.
-Styling Stations many
other misc. items Call CrestviewlInn
398-0937 Motel $35 d $165. WK,
APT $190 Wk. $575 4
>-'---- wk.Call 682-4466
S Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
I KAccepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non
HC accessible apart-
ments. y
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
4100 Help Wanted 8 5 0 6 8 2 5 5 6 3,
4110- Restaurants/Clubs TDD/TTY 711. Equal
4120 Sales Housing Opportunity
4130 -Employment HUD Homesf 4bdr 2ba
Information $217/mol 3 br Foreclo-
sure! $199/mol Stop
Rent ng! 5% dw, 1 5yrs
4100 @ 8% apr For Listings
(800)366-9783 ext
5669.
.NEW TODAY 5e

Administrative/Cle canNl 6130
Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba
Admin, TH, $750 rllo+dd. No
A smoke/pets. Near
Assistant Walker Elem. 240-0890
Admin. Asst. for local
condo assn. Long
term employment. can-
didate should have NEf yg A
hnnkkeoninn, conm-


puter, & communica-
tion skills. Salary based Crestview- 3 br,
on Exp. Contact Mr. 2.5ba, 1cg TH- near
Shelton 850-424-3269 shopping W/D hkup.
WeblD#27853754 $750 mo. Pet neg.
Mil. Disc. 897-0267
Dance Instructor __ _
Fred. Astaire Studio is
Foeking for Artistic, Fun,
Energetic dance in-"
qtructors. No exp. I 140
needed. Full time
682-1455 NEW y0DAV


4130 1, 2, 3 & 4 BR Homes
for Rent. Ref req. Call
$600 Weekly Potential 682-4070 or 830-2061
$$$ Helping the gov- a
ement No Expert 4Br 2Ba Foreclosure!
ence. No SellingC, llM$12,500! only $217/
888)213 5225 Ad Mo! 5% down 15 years
Code( M @ 8% apr. Buy, 3 Br
Coe $199/Mo! for listings
Fuller Brush Co. Direct (800)366-9783 ext 5798
sales Rep's needed to Baker 3BR/3BA home
start home based busi- with lawn care incl.
ness servicing custom- $900.mo Call 758-1506
ers in your area. PT/FT.
United time. No invest-
ment. (229)392-9294 or ,lW TufAy
zaoe@ HtW IV1AV
fullerbrushdirect.net.
HVAC: Top 5 Reces- Crestview 3BR/2BA
sion Proof Career. Brick home in excellent
Heating/AC. Get condition. $800. mo no
Trained! Nationally Cer- pets. Call 850-951-0444
tified 3.5wk Accredita- or 850-758-9096
tion. EPA/OSHA Certi- .Crestview 3BR/2BA
fled. Local Job Place- house for rent $550.
ment Assist. Financing mo + $550. dd Avail.
Available. May 1. Call 898-2284
(877)994-9904. Crestview Small 1 BR
OTR Drivers- Join PTL! house w/storage room.
Up to 34cpm. Required Call 682-0825
12 months experience
and CDL-A. Out 10-14
days. No felon or DUI
past 5 years.
(877)740-6262.
www.ptl-inc.com Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $850 mo!
Call Jenny at Pelican
'Real Estate 315-0972
( A Crestview Spacious
4br, 2ba Home Be-
hind Hospital Pets
Sok $950mo David
S 850-826-1662
t ,V ^ ^ ^ C'Vlew 2br, 1ba. No
5100 Business Pets/smoke. $575 mo+
O opportunities 1st, last, & sec. dep.
5110 Money to Lend 850-545-5331 '


5 Br Bank Foreclosure!
$29,000! Only $238/
Mo! 5% down 30 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 6 Br
$326/Mol for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5760


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


Foreclosed Home
Auction Florida State-
wide Auction starts
April 18 1000 Homes


Holt 2bd 2 1/2 be,
Brick, 1 acre 475 US
Hwy 90 West, 1891 sq
ft of heated and air
conditioned area. 2 car
garage, storage build-
ing at rear of property
210 ft on US Hwy 90
west house and land in
perfect condition.
$150,000 call 862-9013
or 862-3303


LOOK


NC Mountain Land 5+
acres w/10ft waterfall,
in estab comm, great
views, lots of options,
only $99,500, owner,
(866)789-8535.

Sportman's Paradise
150 Acres $499,900.
Nicely wooded with na-
ture pond & tons of
wildlife. State road
frontage, utilities. Ideal
for hunting, getaway,
farming & livestock.
Call Jack
(800)242-1802.


Individual wants to
buy house for
investment. Call
651-0987 7 160


0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344


Must Be Sold! hREDC Beaufort, SC Steal
Free Brochure My Marshfront. Owner Get your share of the ,
(800)756-2155 sacrifice! Drop dead Government
USHomeAuction.com gorgeous Marshfront.
Abutting lot 67 sold Bailout...
and closed for Receive up to $8000 to
$259,900. Lot 68 just help buy your new,
$89,500. Incredible home,.. Call Clayton
homesite, beautiful Homes of Crestview for
trees, captivating details 850-683-0758
marsh views; Great ___________
area w/municipal sewer -N wG en
and water. Nearby hos- New Govern-
pital, hotels dining and ment Financing
more. Call: Program!
(877)671-8837. Program!
on-aii or s tAM--


Ft. Walton
Kenwood
602 Mooney
Road

Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
be, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994, kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances, corner FP
w/all brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect for
pets. $294,900. Call
850 226-6754


Final Closeout! Golf
Lot Bargains from
$19,900 (was $69,900)
Golf & Amenity Pack-
age included! Devel-
oper closc'ul or re.
mainin o 1o-s I .:n.am-
pionship 18 nciT
course in Blue R t,'i
Mtns unacr 1 hr 1r
Asheville NC. An ,rn
structure c.-.mpieledi
build when rea i-l
per customer' E',.lliil
financing. Canl ic*
(866)334-3253;. ,2192


Foreclosed Home
Auction Flinaa Siale
wide Auction starts
April 18 1000 Homes
Must Be Sold! REDC I
Free Brochure
800-756-2155
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un all 3 or 4- ea-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758


8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150- Commercial
81600- Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV0/ff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


95 Honda Civic $500!
95 Toyota Camry $5501
97 VW Jetta $600! Po-
lice Impounds for Sale!
hondas chevys- jeeps!
for listings (800)
366-9813 ext 9499.


NEW TODAY

1963 Chevy -Impala
hard top classic.
Reasonable price! call
398-0937


HEROLET


Police Impounds! 95
Honda Civic $600! 95
Toyota Camry $550!
97 VW Jetta $550! for
listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9275
Toyota Camry 1990 4
cylinder, Auto, Runs
great, 74K miles on
new engine, 35 MPG.
It's a Yota. First $1200
takes it! Call 398-3952


IEW TODAY

2004 Jeep Wrangler
Unlimited 4X4. 34k
miles, great condition,
4 inch lift, 35 inch new
BFG tires & wheels.
$12,000. Call 685-8426

Jeep Rubicon
2006
6 speed manual, 29K
mi, ext war, CD
changer, satellite radio,
white w/ blk soft top
(619) 204-1406


I-- 8330
45 FT 2 bedroom
2005 Luxery By De-
sign 5TH wheel
trailer, 4 slides, 2 AC,
dish washer, washer,
dryer & fire place.
Asking $28,900. Call
504-430-8821, lo-
cated in Destin.


Bill Spears,
Invites everyone to stop by
and talk with him about the
great deals going on now.
Bill can help you to drive
away in a new or used
vehicle today!


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SO olloway Agency
Auto* Home Life Business

'Your complete insurance source
with unsurpassed service."

S168 W. Woodruff
(Downtown Cresrview)
850.682.1900
dhollowayl973@yahoo.com


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