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MICHAEL ANAYA* 1985- 2009


FALLEN HERO



RETURNS HOME

Friends, family and fellow service

members honor Crestview soldier


Wendy Victora
Florida Freedom Newspapers

EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE At
about 10:15 Wednesday morn-
ing, the plane carrying the
body of fallen
Crestview sol-
dier Michael
Anaya touched
down.
ON THE NET Waiting for
More photos 'him was a tight
online at cluster of fam-
www.nwfdaily. ily and friends,
news.com. a scattering of
-- strangers and*
lines of uni-
formed soldiers and airmen.
More than 40 members of
the Patriot Guard were also
there.
Anaya, 23, died April 12
serving his country in Iraq.
Anaya served in the U.S.
Army, where he was awarded
the expert infantry badge.
A funeral service was
scheduled for Friday at Nicev-
ille Assembly of God Church.
Burial was to follow in Heri-
tage Gardens Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, dona-
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at any branch of Compass
Bank.


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SALUTE: Service members salute as the casket
carrying Micahel J. Anaya arrived at Eglin Air
Force Base. At top, Michael J. Anaya is escorted
onto the flightline after he arrived on Eglin Air
Force Base Wednesday morning. Below, crowds
lined State Road 20 to pay their respects to
Michael J. Anaya.
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Free gospel

concert

highlights


53rd OSTF

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The 53rd version of the Old Spanish
Trail Festival is going gospe
And, it's free!
A free gospel concert at the Old
:Spanish Trail Festival Park pavilion
S r highlights the
entertainment
4 :schedule for
May 2, the pri-
M mary- day for
the festival.
The slate of
X, six performers
4 includes plenty
4 rrs1 of local talent.
/ 0TC The con-
OSTF 'cert starts at
ENTERTAINMENT 10 a.m. and wil
E conclude with
SCHEDULEt a Michael 0.
May2 at Old Miller perfor-
Spanish Trail Park -nance starting
S 10 a.m.at 8 pm.,
Locma "The Old
Spanish Trail
entertainment Festival has
13 p.m. -- been a tradition
Crows Nest inI our city, for
3:30 p.m. 53 years now,"
Carey Flavors OSTF Society
Sp.m. President Lar-
Samantha WooUey said.
Purvines "'However, due
"al. I. pm.'- to-a declining
6-. a 3 ate interest in the
Civilized Natives festival, lack of
8 p.nm. sponsorships
Michael 0. Miller and economic
r o ;issues, we, the
OSTF Conmmittee, have made some
Changes to the format of thiear's year's fes-
tival. I hope that the decision we made
to waive all gate entry charges for this
year's festival will bring a larger crowd
than in the past few years.
"Il kow of no where else that you
can come and enjoy all-day entertain-
ment like this for free!"
According to Woolley, the Old Span-
ish Trail Festival was started in 1956 by
the Crestview Jaycees and was named
after the trail the Spanish Conquista-
dors traveled on from Florida to Califor-
nia around the 16th century.
"Although there were many trails
back then. we believe that U.S. Highway
90 and CSX Railroad both travel over
Sthe same general path of theinain trail
that came through our area," Woolley
said.
The 2009 festival schedule also in-
dcludes several traditional events.
The annual canoe race is at 2 p.m.
today at Twin Hills Park.
S The OSTF/Hub City Bass Masters
Youth Fishing Tournament is Sunday.
See OSTF 2


Waiving deductibles puts Paint & Body shop in national spotlight


SKyle Wright
Cre'stiew News Bulletin
The eye of a stormy debate in the
collision repair industry is focused
on Crestview.
Crestview Paint & Body's policy
of waiving deductibles to attract
customers has been the focus of,
an article (right) ,and a follow-up
in Automotive Body Repair News
(ABRN), a national industry maga-
zine and Web site.
Crestview Paint & Body owner
Ed Lowe says he received, calls


from as far away as
Miami and even Cali-
fornia in response to
Sthe article.
"Few articles have
generated as much
passionate feedback
recently," the arti-
ED cle's author, James
LOWE E. Guyette, wrote in
a follow-up blog.
ABRN published
the original article, "Florida Shop
broadcasts benefits of waiving de-
ductibles" in its April 9 issue. The


magazine says the article was writ-
ten after a competing shop owner
who requested -anonymity grew
tired of losing customers to Lowe
and lodged a complaint with ABRN,
alleging suspected illegality.
Lowe isn't surprised the discus-
sion has attracted widespread at-
tention.
"No, because the insurance com-
panies have been going around say-
ing, 'No, you can't do that (waive de-
ductibles),'" he said. "Now that it's


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proven you can, of course it
is headline news."
At issue is Crestview
Paint & Body's willingness
to waive $200 of a custom-
er's deductible (or $250 for
members of the U.S. mili-
tary).
The practice is not ille-
gal in Florida, according to
Mark Schlein, the deputy
director of insurance fraud
investigations for the Flor-
ida Department of Finan-
cial Services.
"I agree that merely re-
ducing one's price to com-
pensate for the deductible
is not illegal," Schlein told
the News Bulletin. "There
is no statute that specifi-
cally makes it a crime to
reimburse the deductible.
"Depending on a va-
riety of circumstances,
however, it may become a
crime. For example, I also
agree with the comment:
'If a shop owner charges
the insurance company
$1,200 for the $1,000 job in
an attempt to recover the
$200 discount, this is insur-
ance fraud.'"


Lowe agrees the lat-'
ter scenario is insurance
'fraud and says Crestview
Paint & Body does not en-
gage in such a practice.
Lowe says he honor's the.
estimates written by. the
insurance companies.: He
says a customer's deduct-,
ible come out of his own
profit.
"Eating the deductible"
might be a better descrip-
tion of Crestview Paint &
Body's policy.
"People are under as-
sumption if I lift up the
amount (charged to the
insurance company) I
can lower the deductible,
which is. fraud to the in-
surance company," Lowe
said. "But I don't write the
estimates. The insurance
company writes the esti-
mate. All I do is honor the
estimate. I stay within the
guidelines. I just lower my
profit by lowering the de-
ductible --which is your
money."
The practice is not ille-
gal in Florida, but many in
the industry spoke against


the idea. Schlein notes the
practice is legal, but also is
quoted as being against it.
Officials from the Society
of Collision Repair Special- ,
ists, the Florida Autoblody '
Collision Alfiance and'the
Vehicle Information Ser-
.vices',were quoted in the
ABRN article as being
against the practice.
Two local insurance
agencies were contacted
for this story, but declined
comment.
A spokesperson for the
Professional Insurance
Agents of Florida provided.
this statement: "As long as
it's legal, it's an interesting
way to attract business."
Lowe calls the concept
of waiving deductibles a
"recession buster" and
doesn't mind the attention
both positive and nega-
tive.
"It took an independent
shop in Crestview, Florida,
to open this up," Lowe
said. "People in charge
thought it was illegal, and
they found out it's not.
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FLORIDA STATUTE 817.234


The statute I
addresses the practice
of waiving deductibles
False'and fraudulent
insurance 'claims.
(7)(a) it shall qpnstitute
a material omission
and insurance fraud,.
punishable as provided
in subsection (11), for
any service provider,
other than a hospital,.
to engage in a general
business practice of
billing amounts as its
our industry is a recession-
buster. Crestview Paint &
Body is setting new stan-
dards in the collision in-
dustry. We stay within the
guidelines and meet all the
criteria of the insurance
companies. All I'm doing is
taking a lesser profit mar-
gin but a bigger volume. If
other independent shops
do that too, they can make
it in these tough economic
times."


usual and customary
charge, if such provider
has agreed with the
insured or intends to
waive deductibles or
copayments, or does
not for any other reason
intend to collect the
total amount of such
charge. With respect
to a determination as
to whether a service
provider has engaged
in such general business
practice, consideration


shall be given to
.evidence of whether
the physician or other
provider made a
good faith attempt to
collect such deductible
or copayment. This
paragraph does not
apply to physicians or
other providers who
waive deductibles or
copayments or reduce
their bills as part of a
bodily injury settlement
or verdict..


Crestview Paint
& Body's practice of
waiving customers'
deductibles has
generated comments
around the nation.
Here are two
divergent views on the
subject from people
in the collision repair
industry, as posted
on the www.abrn.com
AWeb site.
"Most people that
play the deductible
game do not see the
damage they are doing.
Insurers see this going
on and they believe that
. (collision repair shops)
are.charging more than
We should., You think
we don't make enough
now and believe it is the
insurance industry's fault
but in the same thought
you cut your prices to get
more customers. Then
the insurance industry
will come in and make
bigger cuts because they
believe we are charging
too much. When is
everyone going to wake
up to the fact that we '
'.are doing exactly what
is expected of a bunch
of uneducated business
owners? How long do
you think youtwould
let your suppliers get'
away with giving your


customers discounts
behind your back and
not give you a break?
Think abou.it' and see
the light. Market and
sell your services at
a reasonable price,
where you make a
reasonable profit, and
let the customer play the
price game with their'
insurance providers so
they can save money at
that end. ... The industry
as a whole is affected
by what everyone in
it does. Please see the
whole picture before you
take everyone down a
slippery slope that results
in the death of a lot of
our industry as a result."

"One of : my
customers was offered
her deductible waived
by the insurance
company if they took
it to their DRP, Hmmm
5. is this illegal then?
Maybe on two counts?'
Isn't there an insurance
company advertising
on TV 'If you are with'
them for 'x'r amount of
years they waive your
deductible'? ... Why are
(insurance companies)
so concerned about
deductible waiving? Isn't
that just a discount to a
loyal customer?"


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Saturday, April 25, 2009


Religion


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


Life without God can be fearful


Where do you turn
when the bottom drops
out of your life? Or when
you face an issue that is
embarrassing or fearful,
maybe even scandalous,
like:
You just discovered THE REI
your daughter is
pregnant and she is not SHEI
married. From't
Your spouse is talking
separation or divorce.
You just discovered your
son is a practicing homosexual.
You've just lost your job, and
it's your own fault.
Financially, you've blown it.
Your parent is an alcoholic.
Your wife is having an affair.


V. BRUCE
FIELD
he Pulpit


You flunked your
entrance exam or you
messed up the interview.
You're in jail
because you broke the
law.
You've just been
kicked off the team for
breaking the rules for the
third time.
Fear! Fear! Fear!


What do you do when these
kinds of things threaten to
destroy you and your corner of
this magnificent world? You need
a shelter, a listener, someone
who understands. But to whom
do you turn when there is no one
to tell your troubles to? Where
do you find encouragement?


Hope? Help?
Try Jesus. He will help.
Without preaching, I would
like to call to your attention a man
who turned to the living Lord and
found in him a place to rest and
be understood. His name? David.
Cornered, bruised by adversity, ,
struggling with a low self-esteem
and fearful about many things, he
wrote these words in the journal
of woes:
In you, 0 LORD, I have taken
refuge;
let me never be put to shame;
deliver me in your
righteousness.
Turn your ear to me,
come quickly to my rescue;
be my rock of refuge,


a strong fortress to save me.
Psalm 31:1-2
In God we have refuge when
our world crumbles around us.
In God we find a place to hide
and heal. If you are hurting and
facing fear, why not share David's
shelter? The one David called My
Strength, Mighty Rock, Fortress,
Stronghold and High Tower.
David's refuge never failed. And
he never regretted the time. he
'dropped his heavy load and ran
for cover. Neither.will you.
If you are struggling,
discouraged, confused and
fearful, turn to Jesus and allow
Him to be Savior and Lord of
your life. The Bible teaches
(Acts 16:31), "Believe in the Lord


Jesus and you will be saved and
your household."
Jesus removes all fear from
your life. He is the One you can
count on.
The Rev. Bruce Sheffield
is Pastor of the First United
Methodist Church of Crestview
at 599 Eighth Avenue, Crestview
(682-2018). Sunday morning
worship is at 8 a.m. in the Chapel
and 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary
for traditional services, and
at 9:12 a.m. in the Sanctuary
for our contemporary service.
Sunday evening service is at
6 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Web
site: www.crestviewfumc.com.
E-mail:office@crestviewfumc.
gccoxmail.com.


Singing without notes: Another voice


Worship leader asks
readers to'focus on fait[

Paul Hinton
/ Special to the News Bulletin
A response to the
"Dumbing Down" articles
published recently in the
Crestview News Bulletin
and theDaily News
examining the absence of
musical notes from high-
tech hymnal projections. .
After reading the article
published by your papers, I
wish to give a healthy and
positive responseato what
I believe was.a negative
slant on the practice of
projecting words on a
screen for congregational
response in contemporary
settings.
First I must state
that I am the director of
contemporary worship art,
at First United Methodist
Church of Crestview.
First and foremost;'
I wish to express my
deepest respect for our
traditional services and
their contribution to our
community for more
than 100 years and to the
director and our excellent
music staff that lead the
traditional service. Upon
this rock our faith as
Methodists has been built.
I grew up singing all of
the hymns in our present
hymnbook, and I find them
to be extremely beautiful'
and fulfilling. They are the
heritage that built my love
for music and my heart to
communicate Christ's love
for us through music.
: What disturbed me
about your article is that
no one who works in the
area of contemporary
arts was interviewed or
questioned as to'why,
we use the format of
projection and screens.
No question was asked as
to why no musical notes
are associated with the
words on the, screens
to the people actually'
projecting them. The
assumption seemed to
be that we didn't care
about the music or that
the audience learn the
music or that we were
even worthy of being
interviewed as musicians.
I recently came into
possession of a "United
Methodist Hymnal" that
has no music. It was
created in large print
for the visually impaired
to read, and therefore a
committee of some of the
most respected musicians
in the country decided that
the hymnal did not need
notes. This prompted me
to do a little more research
on hymnals and musical
notes associated with the
words.
It was expressed in
the article that somehow
congregations that were
choosing to project the
words on the screen
were somehow "dumbing
down" the congregation
by removing from them
the notes associated
with the words. I find
this statement and belief
ludicrous and uneducated
on the history of common
groups of people singing
music in the church.
The original Methodist
for years came to
, r.


church with three items
as instructed by the
1 clergy. You were to bring
your Bible, a "Book of
Discipline" and your
"Methodist Hymnal."
We have a copy of one of
those original hymnals
and "Books of Discipline"
on file, and of course we
have Bibles. The Hymnal
has no music. It is just
words.
John and Charles
Wesley were avid poets,
and they worked hard'
to create Hymnals that
reflected the beliefs of the
Methodist Church. (John
Wesley is considered the'
founder ofMethodism.
Charles Wesley, John's
younger brother, is most
famous for being a hymrai
writer. Many of them
have no music associated
with them. The reason
s was simple. Paper was
expensive and printing
was limited. It was
understood that you had to
learn the tune.
Today that is not the
issue. We have plenty of
paper and ink, The issue
for those who wish to sing
more contemporary music
is that it is being created
at a rate unprecedented
in the history of music.
There are now thousands
of relevant Christian
bands creating music daily
that the contemporary
congregation loves and
sings in their cars. Many
times the contemporary
worshiper has listened
to Christian radio most
of the day while working
and knows these songs
before"showing up for
church on Sunday. They,
in my opinion, may be
some of the most avid
music lovers I have ever
met. They want to express
their heart for God in the
tunes they have grown to
love in their contemporary
life. I believe John and
Charles Wesley wpuld
have embracedthis
move in a whole-hearted
manner since they
themselves published
solmany hymnals in an
attempt to communicate'
the new and relevant
music of their time. The
hymnal was just the
means of communication,
as now the projector is in a
contemporary setting.'
Many people prefer
the style of traditional,
and many others prefer
the style, of contemporary
worship they hear on their
radio. In our congregation
we make every effort to be
excellent at both styles and
recognize and embrace
each other as common
believers. We are one body
with two musical styles of
music so that we may find
commonality with all men.
We are worshiping-the
same God with the same
creeds, and I happen to
believe he likes-all music
that brings honor to him.
So why do we project
without music associated
with the words?
First, I know of no
computer program that
projects the words, such
as "Media Shout," that
makes any attempt to put
the words with the music.
If these programs did put
the words with the music, I
would consider the option.


However, they do not.'
These computer programs
download the words
directly from CCLI, which
is our licensing agreement
and therefore pays the
royalties due for each
song use. When a song is:
sung in the contemporary
congregation, it is
reported to CCLI through
these programs and allows
the artists to get paid for
their work. This promotes
the healthy growth of a
future in music (for those
wishing to walk in the path
of Charles Wesley. Almost
no one in our current
hymnal is being paid for
their creation since the:
songs are now common
property.
Second, I believe'
most people do not read.
music, and this is not to be.
blamed on contemporary
congregations: Blame
that on the lack of musical,
education required while
in our middle and high
school years. Only those
who participate willingly
in band or chorus are
required to learn the
language of music. Music
should be considered
the universal language
that all humans should
know how to read. This,
however, is a lost cause. To
blame the contemporary
congregation for "dumbing
down" people musically is
a huge confusion of issues
and a leap of errors.
John Wesley
approached the' issue of
how you should sing in his
."Select Hymns" in 1761.
In his seventh instruction
he states: "Above all sing
spiritually. Have an eye
to God in every word you
sing. Aim at pleasing him
more than yourself, or any
other creature. In order
to do this attend strictly
to sense of what you sing
and see thatyour heart is
not carried away with the
sound, but offered to God
continually; so shall your
singing be such as the
Lord will approve here,
and reward you when he
cometh.in the clouds of
heaven."
Iwant to make one
last statement in light of
what Mr. Wesley said. We
should not be in any of
our worship experiences
trying to learn how
to read music. That
should be the purview
of a qualified teacher
in the correct learning
environment. We are in
church to worship God,
and I believe somehow
that was lost in your
article. Please do not-
try to create a division
among us by making
one style better than the
other. My musicians in
the contemporary service
are excellent musicians
with thousands of hours
of work behind their craft.
So are the musicians in
the traditional service. We
all strive for one common
goal and one goal only and
that is to bring.glory to
our Lord and Savior Jesus
Christ through relevant
worship, no matter what
the style.
Paul A Hinton is the
Director of Contemporary
Worship at F'irst United
Methodist Church in
Crestview.


Church BRIEFS

Please turn in your church news briefs at 398-6898; Carols Jones Jr. at 801-0077;
to the News Bulletin by noon on Wednes- or Peggy Day at 978-4953.
days. CAR WASH: The Calvary Apostolic
Church will have a car wash today at Au-
EVENTS tozone, 2045 S. Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview,
with all funds supporting the church's
LDS;DAYOF SERVICE:Inaneffortto Back to School Bash in August. Hours are,
build bridges of friendship with members 8 a.m. to 2kp.m.
of other faiths, faith-based organizations, The church is asking businesses to
civic leaders 'and community. organiza- support the car wash with the purchase of
tions, the wards and branches of Florida, car wash tickets. Cost is $25 for 35 tickets
including Crestview's 1st and 2nd Wards, and $40 for 70 tickets.
have planned a day of service to the com- For details, contact Pastor Charles
munity today. Braneff at 423-1198 or 758-6000.
Participants will serve their fellow men EPIPHANY TAILGATE SALES:
by providing schools with hygiene kits and Sales are held the first Saturday of the
collecting items for Shelter House, (includ- month. Funds generated are used for
ing nonperishable food, paper supplies, Epiphany Episcopal Church's outreach
shampoo-conditioner and other, toiletries; activities.
and collecting ink cartridges, which pro- Participants may sell whatever they
vide $1 each to Shelter House programs like at a cost of $10 per parking space.
when they are turned in). Concessions are available inside.
Toys are being collected for Families Call Mary at 850-665-3437 for details.
First Network, Shelter House and the TIP The church is located at 424 Garden St. in
for children, CIC, and the sheriff's depart- Crestview.
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banks. Yard cleanup will be provided for cert fundraiser is planned at Immanuel
the elderly as a part of hurricane season Anglican Church, 250 Indian Bayou Trail
preparations. The mayor and each council in Destin; fpr 4-8 p.m. May 2. The church's
member will be presented with a 72-hour praise band, John Zirpola, Omar K. Alley
emergency kit for disaster preparedness and other musical guests .will perform.
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Okaloosa County Crime
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seniors about scams and
fraud aimed at the elderly
during the monthly senior
citizen's luncheon in Holt.
Tree removal and mort-
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year, according to Bailey.
She reminded the group
that any major work on a
home requires the contrac-
tor to have a state license,
and smaller work requires


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and a variety of stories
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Competitors in a 5K race
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when they cross the finish
line.
The competitors in hte
Mosaic Church of Crest-
view Run For a Cause on
April 18also helped provide
a source of water for those,
in need.
Proceeds from the Run
For a Cause about $5,000
- will go to help build a well
in Mali, Africa. Proceeds
also benefited the Crestview
Pregnancy Center.
"I was overwhelmed by
the response," Mosaic pas-
tor James Ross said. "People
from all kinds of churches
from all over the community
helped to make a difference


"The church should be leading the
community in bettering humanity,
and we saw that happen that this
past Saturday!"

Pastor James Ross, Mosaic Church of Crestview


in the lives of the innocent.-
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leading the community in
bettering humanity, and we
saw that happen that this
past Saturday!"
The inaugural event
drew 247 entrants. The 5K
course started at the Old
Spanish Trail Park, headed
east on Stillwell Boulevard
- getting the biggest hill
on the course put of the way
early and made a rect-
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Attendees also enjoyed
free pony rides, a petting
zoo, face painting, and
EMS,and fire truck tours.
Music was provided by
singer-songwriters Walker
and Amanda Sherman.
"Most importantly, the
day was not about the event.-
Itwas about the causes," said
race organizer Kinetta John-
son. "Every dollar raised has
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and in Mali, Africa.


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Overall Female .- Cheryl Wolfe 20:57
Male Master Greg Bilby 19:01 -
Female Master Valerie Hein 26:21,
Male Grand Master Frank Michael 22:57
Female Grand Master Sheila Johnson 26:28


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a community that wants to
make a difference and to be
involved in something big-
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BASEBALL from page 12


the receiving end of the developing a proper mind-
bad news in the District 1- set as it gets ready for the
2A tournament that starts tournament.
Tuesday in Freeport. "They've gotten more
Prior to Wednes- focused," he said. ."They
day, coach Gary Taylor are more in tune to what
thought the Gators were we are trying to do.
the tournament's No. 3 "Hitting-wise we've
seed and would open play been trying to get them to
with Vernon, the tourna- go opposite field all year,
ment's sixth seed. and the last three or four
But Freeport inadver- games-they've been able
tently used a pitcher for to do that. If we go with
too many innings, a viola- the pitch and hit it where
tion of FHSAA rules. That it where it's pitched, I be-
cost the Bulldogs their lieve we'll have some sue-
No. 2 seed when theywere cess."
forced to forfeit a game.
In the process, Ponce de Laurel Hill
Leon jumped to the No. 2
seed, Freeport fell to the Baseball takes center
three seed on a tiebreaker stage in Laurel Hill this
and Baker was dropped to week when the Hoboes
the fourth seed. host Athe District : 1-1A
If the Gators get past baseball tournament.
Pensacola Christian Play gets started at
Academy, then they will 3 p.m. Tuesday with No.
play No. 1 seed Jay in the 1 seed. Paxton taking on
tournament semifinals, No. 4 seed Central. The
which is not what Tay- Hoboes and Rocky Bayou
lor was hoping for. Baker Christian will meet in the
Would have faced Free- nightcap at 6 p.m.
port in the semifinals in The championship
the original bracket. game is set. for 6 p.m.
Things (had set up well Thursday.
for Baker as the, No. 3 Laurel Hill coach Ron-
seed. Taylor was hoping nie Smith can't remember
to pitch Cameron Davis the last time the school
in Round 1 and then come hosted the tournament.
back with Bucky Locke or "I don't know when the
Christian Mainor .in the last time was," Smith said.
semifinals and finals. "But I. know that I don't
The Gators didn't have remember when, and I've
much luck against the been here along time.
Royals this year. "The kids are excited.
"We had them tied here They know the home field
3-3 going into the late in- should help us, and we are
nings, and then we com- looking forward to it."
mitted some errors, and The Knights swept the
they ended up beating us Hoboes during the regu-
6-3," Taylor said. "We go to lar season
their place, and it looked "The (Rocky Bayou
like the Bad News Bearg ace pitcher Brian) Red-
remade. We can't catch/ mon kid is a lefty, and we
outfield flies, and they end got seven off of him the
up beating us 13-3. first game, but the second
"For us, it'sjust whoever game he did a real good
shows up on the field. We've job of mixing his pitches,"
got a team that can go out Smith said. "We've just
and play, but it's according got to be a little more pa-
to what the desire is and tient hitters and& recog-
what they want right now." nize pitches and do a bet-
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Smith' has turned
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The Hoboes beat Beth-
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Springs on Thursday to


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"How you feel about
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A win on Tuesday and
Laurel Hill will be in
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year.
"In our situation with
a four-team tournament
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OBITUARY

Floyd D. Hutto


0-12 months, left: 2nd Alternate and Photogenic: Logan Hunt; 3rd Alternate:
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Floyd D. Hutto,
"PawPaw," 84, of Crestview
passed away peacefully at
Parthenon Health Care of
Crestview on Wednesday,
April 22, 2009, after a long
battle with Alzheimer's
disease. He was born and
raised in the Crestview
area and had lived here
all his life. Floyd was
preceded in death by
his wife, Janice Hutto;
parents, Arbelia and Alfred
Hutto; brother, Gene
Hutto; and sister, Mabel
Hutto. He is survived by
three children, Laura
(Mike) Troglin, Wade
(Chris) Hutto and Greg
Hutto; six grandchildren,
Maigan (Jason) Oliver,
Ashley and Alayna Troglin,
Kyle and Alicia Hutto and
Chance Hutto; two great-
grandchildren, Nicholas
and Madison Oliver. He
is also survived by three
sisters, Eva Jones, Ethel
"Tot" Holloway and Gloria
(Marvin) Canova, as
well as many nieces and
nephews.
Floyd was a much-
loved husband; father and
grandfather. He was an
extremelycompassionate
caregiver for his wife
and devoted his life to his
family. .
Floyd loved
children, especially his
grandchildren, and all
animals. He was known for
bringing home assorted
animals for his children
and grandchildren,


including an exotic
monkey, pigs, goats, birds,
a red fox and multiple
dogs.
Floyd was a dedicated
employee of Vitro Services/
BAE as a range chief for
40-plus years. Prior to that
he worked as a surveyor
for the Corps of Engineers.
In his earlier days he was
in the National Guard.
Pallbearers are Marvin
Canova, Terry Jones, Lynn
Riley, Jeff Hutto, Brian
Canova, Don Holloway and
Rick McLaney.
The family would
like to express a special
thank you to Dr. Foley,
Covenant Hospice
(especially Karen and
Sara) and nurses and staff
of Parthenon Healthcare
of Crestview (especially
Brenda and JoAnn) for
the extraordinary care
they provided. Thanks
also to the nurses and
staff at Shoal Creek Rehab
Center.
Funeral services will
be held at Crestview
Memorial Funeral Home
at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25,
with visitation immediately
preceding at 1 p.m.
Flowers will be accepted,
or donations may be made
to Covenant Hospice,
370 W. Redstone Ave.,
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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL The topics
ranged from road repair to
accounting practices to' citizen
complaint forms.
The Laurel Hill city council
heard a variety of reports. during
its meeting Thursday night.

Mayor's report
Mayor Ferrin Campbellreporte<
he met with a company interest(
in assisting the city if it attempts
to. secure grants to resurface the
city's roads:
Campbell noted the talks wen
very preliminary and any such
agreement would have to be pu
out for bid, "but it's a start."
"Resurfacing roads is the mos
critical thing we could do in Laure
Hill," Campbell said.
Campbell said the city also wil
need to determine the funding i
will have available as matching
funds likely would be needed t(
secure a grant.

Clerk's report
Interim City Clerk Harold Jone;
reported on various issues tha


)f reports
.need addressed that he discovered
in his first month on the job, btit
also concluded any issues that
exist. in day-today operations of
0 the city can be solved.
The city has implemented a
"citizens complaint form." The
l forms will be provided to the mayor
g for action.
"We can no longer give lip
service (to complaints)," Jones
said. "We,have to take action."
Jones led a workshop on the
d city's new line item budgeting
d process prior to the regular
s meeting
"We're not trying to make it
hard on anybody," Campbell said.
e "We're just trying to streamline it
t and control costs.
t Other business
l Council member Johnny James
reported Walmart provided a
I $2,000 donation for the city's youth
t baseball and softball programs.
g The next council meeting will
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will not hold its scheduled May 14
meeting.
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Murder suspect
apprehended in
Tampa
DEFUNIAK SPRINGS -
The man wanted for allegedly
killing a Coca-Cola employee
here almost two weeks ago
was shot twice in Tampa. on
Tuesday and is hospitalized. '
The U.S. Marshals
Regional Fugitive Task Force
was conducting surveillance
outside a hotel when Thomas
McCoy, 42, of Laurel Hill,
came out of the building
about 12:20 p.m. and spotted
them, according to Dominic
Guadagnoli, a, public affairs
officer with the Marshals
Service for the Northern
District of Florida.
Marshals approached
McCoy and ordered him to get
on the ground. McCoy began
to comply, but drew a handgun
on the officers and Was shot
by a deputy U.S. Marshal in
the shoulder and buttocks
about 12:20 p.m. McCoy did
not fire at deputies, but he
was considered armed and
dangerous, Guadagnoli said.
McCoy is in a Tampa
hospital with non-life-
threatening wounds.
McCoy had been on the lam
since April 10, when Curtis


Brown, a former co-worker,
was found dead about 3 p.m. in
abuildingatNorthwest Florida
State College's Chautauqua
Center, where he had been
doing maintenance on Coca-
Cola vending machine. He
had been shot two time in the
chest.
Brown, 38, worked for
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. in
Valparaiso. The plant was
closed after immediately
after the shooting and did
not reopen until Tuesday
after McCoy was captured.
Deliveries to local stores also
resumed Tuesday.
McCoy was found through
information gathered by the
McCoy Task Force, which was
established to track any leads
in the case. Tuesday morning,
the Walton County Sheriffs
Office. contacted the U.S.
marshals in Pensacola with
information on where McCoy
might be. The Pensacola office
then relayed the information
to marshals in Tampa.
Robbyn Brooks I Florida
Freedom Newspapers

Okaloosa budget
hearing set for
Tuesday
Fiscal Year 09-10 Budget


Policy and results from the
Okaloosa County Phone
Survey can be accessed on the
home page at www.okaloosafl.
com, according to an Okaloosa
County press release.
According to the study, the
top three issues of concerns
remained constant throughout
the survey to include Medical/
EMS response, disaster
preparedness and the law
enforcement/jail budgeting of
the county.
Currently Okaloosa County
is continuing with an online
survey created by identical
questions as the scientific
telephone survey.
The Board of County
Commissioners wanted
feedback from its residents in
preparation for the upcoming
year's budget, and contracted
with the Listener Group of
Gulf Breeze to conduct the
survey. In addition, residents
are encouraged answer the
survey online.
To learn more, plan to
attend the first Budget Policy
Workshop on April 28, at 6
p.m., at the Emerald Coast
Conference Center.
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crews of No. 29 and No. 07


Richard Childress Racing's
No. 07 cre\v % ill become the
,No. 29 crew, and vice versa,
immediately following this
weekend's race at Talladega
Superspeedway.
Crew chief Gil Martin and'
his crew will move to the No.
29 team with driver Kevin
Harvick while Todd Berrier
and his crew will take over the
No. 07 team with driver Casey
Mears. In addition to the crew
chiefs, the transition will
include car chiefs, engineers,
shock specialists, engine
tuners, tire specialists,
.mechanics, transporter drivers
and over-the-wall pit crews.
Harvick and Mears, who will
maintain their race spotters,
are currently' 16th and 22nd,
respectively, in the Cup Series
point standings after eight
races.
"The decision to inter-
change the 29 and 07 teams
was made to make both pro-
grams stronger and more suc-
cessful," Richard Childress,
president and CEO of Richard
Childress Racing said. "Ouri
main objective has always
been to have all four-ofRCR's


Robby Gordon
Place Owner
33 Joe Gibbs
34 Teresa Earnhardt
35 Robby Gordon
36 Kevin Buckler
37 Detrich Mateschiltz
38 Chip Ganassi


teams qualify for the Chase.
Neither.team has had the suc-
d cess this season thai we know
they're capable of, so we
decided it was time to make a
change to improve *the two
teams and the overall strength
*of RCR. We feel this change
positions us to achieve that
goal.
"Todd and Gil are proven
winners who have strong and
successful teams behind them.
Chemistry is an important part
of any successful organization
and I felt it was time to change
the makeup of these two
teams. We've done this before
with positive results."
Berrier was named crew
chief of the No. ,29 team in
March 2003. He and Harvick
have eight Cup victories
together, including the 2007
Daytona 500 and 2003
Brickyard 400. Berrier previ-
ously led/Harvick to the 2001
Nationwide. Series champi-
onship, the 2000 Nationwide
.Series rookie of the year
award and seven Nationwide
victories with RCR's No. 2
team. He has been with RCR
since 1994. .I


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Bubble
Driver: Robby Gordon
Owner: Robby Gordon
Points: 577
Points out of 34th: 12
,Points ahead of 36th: 26
Driver Points
Joey Logano 610
John Andretti 589
Robby Gordon 577
David Gilliland' 551
Scott Speed 475
Aric Almirola 451


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A win by Stewart would

end dry spell for owners
By BILL GAMBLING
sporls@srpressgazette.com


Tony Stewart did his best to track down Subway Fre,sh
Fit 500 winner Mark Martin but could not catch him '
and finished'second at Phoenix International Raceway.


A win by Tony Stewart would go a long way towards
returning NASCAR to its roots of successful driver-owner.
You would have to go all the way back to Sept. 27, 1998 to
find the last time a driver-owner won an event in the
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Ricky Rudd raced to victory that
day at Martinsville Speedway.
After eight races thisseason, Stewart appears poised to end
that drought. Stewart comes into Sunday's Aaron's 499 at
Talladega Superspeedway fourth in the series points and
comes off a-season-best second-place finish at Phoenix.
Stewart, in his first year heading up the new Stewart-Haas
Racing operation, has accelerated the progress of his team and
now, he comes to one'ofNASCAR's fastest tracks, the 2.66-
mile.Talladega. tri-oval. The high-banked layout, celebrating
its 40th season this year, also happens to be the place where
Stewart's last previous NASCAR Sprint Cup win occurred.
Last October, Stewart captured Talladega's fall race his
final victoryfor his former team at 'Joe Gibbs Racing.
Although he's still after his first win as a driver-owner,
Stewart has quickly developed a championship style consis-
tency. Which means, for the first time since Alan Kulwicki's
magical march to the series title in 1992, the words "driver-
owner" and "championship" are compatible when used in the
same sentence.
S"This is the best start to the season that I've ever had in my
career," Stewart said. "The last three weeks have just been
amazing. I mean, it's been so much fun. We've been in con-
tentioni. We've led laps. We're doing everything right. It's just
a matter of time.
"We are consistent now and that's the way you've got to
be. We're just clicking them off one at a time here. I don't
think any of us would have predicted we would be in the top
five inpoints."
Stewart is also one of four past champions leading the way
in points this season.
Eight races into the season, things have gotten serious. The
top four drivers in this week's NASCAR Sprint Cup. Series
standings are all former series champions and account for
10 championships between them.
Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson, Kurt Busch and Tony
Stewart are the four at the front, separated by only 104 points.
This has happened only two other times since the current
point-earning system went into effect in 1975 and one of those
times was earlier this season after Week 2.
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After Subway 500
Driver
1.- Jeff Gordon
2. Jimmie Johnson
3. Kurt Busch,
4. Tony Stewart
5.. Denny Hamlin
6. Clint Bowyer
7' Kyle Busch
8. Carl Edwards
9. David Reutimann
.10. Kasey Kahne


Behind
Leader
-85
-96
-104
-154
-190
-216
-219
-250
-267


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After Bashas' 200
Driver Behind
1. Kyle Busch Leader
2. Carl Edwards -47
3. David Ragan -126
4. Jason Leffler -143
5. Brad Keselowski -177
6. Joey Logano -182
7. Brendan Gaughan -253
8. Justin Allgaier -257
9. Mike Bliss -286


10. Jason Keller


After Kentuckiana Ford 200
Driver Behind
1. Justin Lofton Leader
1. Parker Klingerman -40
3. Patrick Sheltra -65
4. Frank Kimmel -85
5. Norm Benning -115
6. Craig Goess -140
7. Ken Weaver -145
8. Tom Hessert -150
9. Bryan Silas -155
10. Tim George, Jr. -155
y


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Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Todd Bodine -
3. Ron Hornaday
4. Mike Skinner
5. Matt Crafton
6. Terry Cook
7. Johnny Benson
8. Chad McCumbee
9. Timothy Peters


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T- Legal 6035 12.285, Florida Family OR ALIVE, WHETHER COUNTRY CLUB
Law Rules of Proce- SAID UNKNOWN PAR- ROAD (RADIUS =
IN THE CIRCUIT dure, requires certain TIES MAY CLAIM AN 216.00 FEET, CEN-
g COURT OF THE FIRST automatic disclosure of INTEREST AS TRAL ANGLE = 16 DE-
r- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN documents and infor- SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- GREES 12 MINUTES
if AND FOR OKALOOSA mation. Failure to com- VISEES, GRANTEES, 21 SECONDS) 61.09
e COUNTY, FLORIDA ply can result in sanc- OR OTHER CLAIM- FEET; THENCE
>f tions, including dis- ANTS NORTH 03 DEGREES
s Case No. 09dr542 missal or striking of 52 MINUTES 00 SEC-
a pleadings. LAST KNOWN AD- ONDS WEST,. 55.50
D) Kristen Gibson DRESS: UNKNOWN FEET; (THENCE
Petitioner, Dated: 4/7/2009 NORTH 86 DEGREES
CURRENT ADDRESS: 08 MINUTES 00 SEC-
D and CLERK OF THE UNKNOWN ONDS- EAST 200.12
s CIRCUIT COURT FEET; THENCE
Nathan Gibson CIRCUIT COURT SEAL YOU ARE NOTIFIED SOUTH 35 DEGREES
Respondent By: K. Brown that an action tcmfore- 57 MINUTES 22 SEC-
Deputy Clerk close a mortgage on ONDS WEST, 79.32
it NOTICE OF ACTION the following property FEET; THENCE
FOR DISSOLUTION Legal 6035 in OKALOOSA County, SOUTH 62 DEGREES
OF MARRIAGE April 11, 18, 25, May 2, Florida: 08 MINUTES '09 SEC-
2009 COMMENCING AT ONDS WEST, .172.87
TO: THE NORTHWEST FEET TO THE POINT
w Nathan Gibson CORNER OF LOT 25, OF BEGINNING.
1053 Price Street, LEGAL#120207 BLOCK A, AS SHOWN has been filed against
- Pismo Beach, CA 93449 ON THE PLAT OF you and you are re-
IN THE CIRCUIT LAKE LORRAINE ES- quired to'serve a copy
YOU ARE NOTIFIED COURT OF THE STATES, RECORDED IN of your written de-
a that an action has been FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- PLAT BOOK 4, AT fenses, if any, on or
filed against you and CUlT PAGE 2, OF THE PUB- before May 26, 2009
5 that you are required to IN, AND FOR LIC RECORDS OF on Florida Default Law
serve a copy of your OKALOOSA COUNTY, OKALOOSA COUNTY, Group, '.L, Plaintiff's
h.'written defenses, if any, FLORIDA FLORIDA; THENCE attorney, whose ad-
to it on Kristen'Gibson CIVIL ACTION CASE NORTH 29 DEGREES dress is 9119 Corpo-
whose address is 520 NO.46-2008-CA-007008 12. MINUTES 00 SEC- rate Lake Drive, Suite
Pelham' Street, Fort DIVISION: FILE ONDS EAST ALONG 300, Tampa, Florida
e Walton Beach, FL NO:F08107599 THE NORTHERLY EX- 33634, and file the orig-
3- 32547 on or before TENSION OF THE inal with this Court ei-
s May 19, 2009, and file GMAC MORTGAGE, WEST LINE OF SAID their before service on
- the original with the LLC, LOT 25, A DISTANCE Plaintiff's attorney or
- clerk of this Court at Plaintiff, OF 60.00 FEET TO A immediately thereafter;
n Okaloosa County POINT ON THE otherwise a default will
d Courthouse, 1250 N. vs. NORTHEASTERLY be entered against you
5- Eglin Parkway, RIGHT OF WAY OF for the relief demanded
s Shalimar, FL 32579 be- DANIEL S. RIMES et BEARD LANE; in the Complaint or pe-
; fore service on Peti- al, THENCE NORTH 60. tition.
, tioner or .immediately Defendant(s). DEGREES 48 MIN- This notice' shall be
e thereafter. If you fall to UTES 00 SECONDS published once each
). do so, a default may be WEST ALONG THE week for two consecu-
n entered against you for NOTICE OF ACTION RIGHT OF WAY, tive weeks in the Crest-
- the relief, demanded in 115.43 FEET TO THE view News Bulletin..
r the petition. TO: BEGINNING OF A WITNESS my hand and
Copies of all court doc- MARANDA L. RIMES CURVE TO THE the seal of this Court
.uments in this case, in- LAST KNOWN AD- RIGHT; THENCE on this 8 day of April,


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adrutaS A ril 25 2009


Crestview News Bulletin I 1 1


2009. 74
ce(
(85
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court IMF
In
Amr
By:Anita Cantrall bili
As Deputy Clerk witt
ing
Florida Default Law dat
Group, RL. this
RO. Box 25018 cor
Tampa, Florida trat
33622-5018 Par
325
IMPORTANT ber
In accordance with the pri(
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons 4/1
with disabilities need- 4/2
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in -
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis- LE
"tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone FI
number (850) .
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro- 01
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 C
IMPORT-ANT 4
In accordance :with the F
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons IN[
with disabilities need- BA
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
'this proceeding should vs.
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin GA
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, et
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. NC
4/18/2009 TO
.4/25/2009 GA
LAE
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LEGAL#120208 325
IN THE CIRCUIT CU
COURT OF THE UN
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT KIM
IN AND FOR HC
OKALOOSA COUNTY, LAE
FLORIDA DR
CIVIL ACTION CASE Gr
NO:2007 CA006054S Mir
S DIVISION: FILE '.325
NO:F'07063752
ACU
GMAC MORTGAGE, 13C
LLC,- Uni
Plaintiff, Mir
32i
vs. AN
GARY R. SPENCER, et KN
al, CL
Defendant(s). TH
AN
NOTICE OF RE- HE
SCHEDULED FORE- VIE
CLOSURE SALE AN
KN
'NOTICE IlS HEREBY OR
GIVEN pursuant to an SAI
Order, Rescheduling TIE
Foreclosure Sale dated 'INi
April 6, 2009 and -en- SP
tered in Case NO. 2007 VIS
CA 006054 S of the Cir- OR
cuit Court of the FIRST AN
Judicial Circuit in and
for OKALOOSA LAE
County, ,Florida DR
wheresri GMAC MORT-
GAGE, LLC, is' the CU
Plaintiff 'and GARY R. UN
SPENCER; FIRST NA-' YO
TIONAL BANK & tha
TRUST FIlJiSTERRA do
CONDOOMINIUM ASSO. the
CiATiON, INC., are in
the. Defendants, I will Flo
sell to the higlesi and LO
best bidder for, cash at PO
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S TO
FRONT. DOOR OF TH
SHALIMAR ANNEX at CC
.1;OOAM, on.the 19 day BC
of May, 2009, the fol- TH
lowing described prop- PU
Srty as set forth in said OK
Final Judgment: ,. ., FLC
THE CONDOMINIUM has
PARCEL KNOWN AS yol
APARTMENT UNIT NO. qui
C, BUILDING NO. 2, 0l
SOF .FINISTERRA,, A fen
CONDOMINIUM AC- bei
CORDING TO THE on
DECLARATION OF Gr<
CONDOMINIUM atti
THEREOF, DATED dre
SEPTEMBER 26, 1979. rat
AND. RECORDED IN 301
OFFICIAL RECORDS 336
BOOK 1060, PAGES ina
963 THROUGH 1008, the
INCLUSIVE AND Pie
AMENDMENT TO DEC- iml
LARATION OF CON- oth
DOMINIUM DATED be
MARCH. 8, 1980 AND for,
RECORDED IN OFFI- in
CIAL RECORDS BOOK titio
'1090, PAGES' 1549 Thi
THROUGH 1555, IN-'pul
CLUSIVE, AND PUR- we
SUANT TO SURVEY, ."e
PLOT PLAN AND vie'
GRAPHIC DESCRIP- WI
T.ION OF IMPROVE- the
MENTS RECORDED IN on
CONDOMINIUM PLAT 200
!BOOK 1, PAGES. 197
AND 198,'ALL OF THE
PUBLIC RECORD'S OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA, ,TOGETHER
WITH ALL APPURTE-
NANCES TO, SAID
CONDOMINIUM PAR-
CEL, AND THE UNDI-
VIDED INTEREST IN
THE COMMON ELE-
MENTS APPURTE-
NANT THERETO A SET
OUT IN SAID DECLA-
A/K/A 101 OLD -FERRY
ROAD UNIT 2C, \i
SHALIMAR, FL 32579 I
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale,' if any,
other than the property
owner, as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file. a claim within sixty
,(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this.
Court on April 13, 2009.
DonW. Howard -
Clerk of the Circuit
Court.
By:Vicki Jackson
Deputy Clerk '
Florida Default Law


Group,.RL.'
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the,
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension


97, prior to the pro-
eding. or Shalimar
0) 651-7497
PORTANT
accordance with the
hericans with Disa-
ties Act, person
h disabilities need-
special accommo-
ion to participate in
s proceeding should
intact Court Adminis-
ion at 1250 N. Eglin
rkway, Shalimar, FL,
579; telephone num-
r (850) 651-7497,
or to the proceeding.
8/2009
5/2009


GAL#120209
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
RST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR.
KALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2009-CA-000413
ILE NO:F09004784
DYMAC FEDERAL
NK FSB,
Plaintiff,


ALE R. HOHNADELL,
ail,
Defendantss.
iTICE OF ACTION


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participatetin
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
4/25/2009
5/2/2009


LE R. HOHNADELL .
ST. KNOWN AD-
ESS: 130 South LEGAL#120210
ronimo Unit I LEAL#20210
amar Beach, Fl I TH
?550 IN THE CIRCUIT
ou COURT OF THE
RRENT ADDRESS: FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
RRENTADRSCUIT
KNOWN NAND FOR
IBERLY G. OKALQOSA COUNTY,
HNADELL FLORIDA
ST KNOWN AD- CIVIL ACTION CASE
ESS: 130 South INO: .
ronmo Unit 1 ut 4 62009-CA-061048
amar Beach, FFI LE NO:F09009092
I50 COUNTRYWIDE HOME
nREN"ADDRESS: LOANS SERVICING,
I. south Geronimo L.R, a ,
i 1 Plaintiff,
ramaf Beach, FI
?550 1 VS.
Y AND "ALL UN- RICHARD L. HUDSON ,
OWN PARTIES et' al, .
AIMING BY, Defendant(s).
ROUGH, UNDER
D AGAINST THE NOTICE OF ACTION
REIN NAMED INDI- TO
DUAL, DEFEND- O :
T WHO NOT STEPHEN S. HUDSON
OWN TO BE DEA6'LAST KNOWN AD-
R ALIVE, WHETHER DRESS: 1 5 4 7
ID UNKNOWN PAR. Greenwood Road
;S MAY CLAIM AN Baker, FL 32531
IEREST AS
HOUSE, HEIRS, DE- CURRENTADDRESS:'
SEES, GRANTEES, UNKNOWN
R OTHER CLAIM-ANY AND ALL UN-
" KNOWN PARTIES
ST KNOWN AD- CLAIMING BY,
ESS: UNKNOWN 'THROUGH, .UNDER,
...... 'UAND .AGAINST THE
IRENMT ADDRESS: HEREIN NAMED INDI-
KNOWN VIDUAL ,DEFEND-
U ARE NOTIFIED ANTS) WHO ARE NOT
t an action to fore- KNOWN TO BE DEAD
s's a mortgage on OR ALIVEWHETHER
following property SAID UNKNOW PAR.
OKALOOSA Count, TIESMAY CLAIM AN
rida:.- INTEREST AS
iT 66, COMMODORE SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
DINT, ACCORDi VISEES, GRANTEES,
IN HE, LATCCOROG OR OTHER CLAIM-
EREOF AS RE- ANTS
iRDED IN ,PLAT .-. .
'OK 16, PAGES,73 LAST KNOWN AD-
ROUGH 76. OF THE DRESS: UNKNOWN
BLIC RECORDS OF
ALOOSA cour r.', CURRENT ADDRESS:
ORIDA UNKNOWN
s 'been filed against Y . E
and you are re- YOU ARE NOTIFIED
red io serve a co. that an action to fore-
your written e- close a mortgage on
ses,, if any, on or the following property
fore June 1, 2009 in, OKALOOSA County,
Florida Default Law Florida:
qup, P.L., .Plaintiff's COMMENC ING ATA
orney, whose ad- THE SOUTHEAST
ass is 9119 Corpo- NORTH H"ALF OF SEC
e.Lake.Drive, Suite TON 8ORTHHALF TOWNSHIP 3SEC-
0, Tampa, Florida NORTH RANGE 24SHIP 3
634, and file the orig- WESNOTH RAENCE RUN24
I with this Court ei- WEST THENCE RUN
r before service on NORTH 03 DEGREES
intiff's attorney or 14 MINUTES WEST
nediately thereafter; 612.5 FEET; THENCE
erwise a default will SOUTH '87 DEGREES
entered against you 05 MINUTES WEST
the-relief demanded 1750,00' FEET TO THE
the Complaint or POINT OF BEGINN-
on. o .ING;;, THENCE CON-
s *noic. shall' e TINUE SOUTH 87 DE.
blished once each GREES 05 MINUTES
ei. fo-r two consecu- WEST 250.0 FEET;
we lees in the Crest-' THENCE' NORTH 02
w News Bulletin. .
TNESS my hana ana
S seal of ths Courlt
this,15 day of April,
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WITNESS my hand Stonebridge'
and the seal of this g
Court on this 14 day of Neighborhood
April, 2009. Yard Sale.,:
Doh W.Howard 2857 Penney Ln
Do Wof tHoward Saturday 8am to Noon'
Clerk of the .Court 85 S, John King '. to
Primrose I
By: Anita Cantrall Multi-family yard sales
As Deputy Clerk lots.of misc. .

Florida Default Law
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RP.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida T
33622-5018 Flrlda
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IMPORTANT' -S n'aturday
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
High school track
Baker at Region meet,
Tallahassee

Monday
High school baseball
District 1-5A
tournament, at Tate,
Crestview vs. Pace, 4 p.m.
Middle school baseball
Destin at Davidson, 3:30
p.m.
Bruner at Richbourg,
3:30 p.m. *-
Middle school softball
Destin at Davidson, 3:30
p.m.
Bruner at Richbourg,
3:30 p.m.
, Middle school tennis
Richbourg at Davidson,
3 p.m.

Tuesday
High school baseball
District I -1 A
tournament at Laurel
Hill, Laurel Hill vs. Rocky
Bayou, 7 p.m.
District 1-2A
tournament at Freeport,
Baker vs.Vernon 7 p.m.
High school softball
Baker in Class 2A region
quarterfinals, 7 p.m.
Middle school golf
Davidson, Richbourg
at County tournament,
Foxwood CC

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball
April 16
I.Jeff Holmes, Ron
Magruder,Aaron Daniel,
Heath Owen, Neil Locke
-11
2. Gary Zick, Dustin
Zick, Gene Kester, Brian
Kamrowski, Mark Davis
S-9 ,
3. Richard Lawson, Don
Mazerat, David Gansel,
Howard Mitchell -8
4. David 'Smith, Dale
Anderson, Fed Heiler, David
Hinnant-7

TEAS Tournament
April 17
I. DaveAshing, Greg
Postulka, Rich Hyde, Scott
Burrhead -12 .
2. Gerald Brown, Ken
Kruger,Travis Brown,Joe
McDorman 11
3. Brandon Sweat, Lance
Hall,TracyWoodard, Keith
Howard -11
4. Brian McAllister, Marty
Bates; MarkTucker, Buster
Crabbe -10
5. Steve Chandler,Tim
Rincon, Mark Andrews, Ed
Hoffman-IQ '

Contest winners
Long drive, men: Gene
Cox
Long drive, ladies: Kathy
Duke
Closest to pin, men:
Scott Burrhead
Closest to pin, ladies:
Breana Hartz

WLGAApril 18
1. Krystal McLane, Betty
Ahearn 53
2. De Fischer, Becky
Fink 63
3. Renee Cotton, Janice
Cheatham 66
4. Kerry Barbee, Pat
Martin 69
Sunday Lowball
April 19
I.Tom Prier, Larry
Fordyce, Ken Rudnicki,
Cheyenne Weatherford
-14
2. Brandon Moser,Archie
Perez, Hal Jellison, Alan
Parsons I
3, Steve Whiddon, Jay
Parham,Jerry Maughon,
Steve Demara -10
4. Pat Martin, Dean
Martin, Sonny Gomez,
David Hinnant -10
5.BillWard,Andrew
Lawson, Richard Lawson,
Angie Greer, Brandon
Duplantis -9


2 strong 'state'-ments

Baker's Billy Whatmough

S will cap career at

weightlifting state finals


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


B AKER Billy Whatmough's
high school athletic career will
come to an end today at the Class
1A state weightlifting championships in Port
St. Lucie. ,
If all goes as Whatmough hopes, the Bak-
er strong man will cap his senior year with a
state title. ,
Whatmough has been a fixture at the state
weightlifting finals. He placed 13th as s sopho-
,more in 2007 in the 183-pound class. Last year
he improved to eighth.
There is no reason to think Whatmough
can't win a state title this year.
Whatmough has moved down to the 169-
pound class, where his 600-pound total was
second among state qualifiers to Arnold's
Jake Woodham, who lifted 610 pounds.
"The same guy that beat me in the sectional
(Woodham) is the same guy that beat me at 183
last year," Whatmough said.
"Well, three days after the sectional weight
meet, I put down a 620 total. It's going to be neck-
and-neck, and Ifm excited to see how it's going to
turn out when we get down there."
Whatmough thinks he can go higher than 620.
"I want to bench press 360 at state and clean and
jerk 290," he said. "That would get me a '650 total, and
that's my goal."
This year marks the first time -What- RANDY DICKSO
mough has been healthy throughout a HE'S A CONTI
weightlifting season. He points to that as Billy What
a large part of his success. Wha
"The past couple of years, I've been favorites to
having trouble with my knees and stuff division at
like that," he said. "That really hindered weigh
me when it came to the heavy lifting.
"This year, since'it's not football sea-
son any more, I've been able to keep off
of them and get well after football season. I've been lift-
ing hard, and it has helped me a lot."
Gator coach Brian Wagner likes Whatmough's
chances of doing well at state.
"Billy Whatmough has done extraordinarily well and
has also worked very, very hard and is the kind of kid
you love to have. Wagner said. 'Based on the number


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I've seen him do and be able to put
up, I think he's going to be very com-
petitive.
"If he's successful at doing what
he's capable of doing, it will be him and
the Woodham kid battling it out. I think
it's probably the best chance we've had
in quite some time for a kid to be on the
podium."
From what Wagner has seen, Wood-
ham's best total is 625.
"Billy has put up those kind of numbers,
as well," he said. "It will be a matter of who
wants it the most and who is technically,
sound."
Whatmough thinks his past trips to the
state meet will help him. '
"The experience helps out a whole lot,"
he said. "Just the experience.of lifting in
competitions, period, and just knowing'
how to learn your judges and stuff like
that.
"Prior experience of knowing how things
run, I think, is really an advantage."
Whatmough plans to enjoy his last trip to
state.
"My goal is to go there and have fun," he
said. ."This is my senior year and the last'
time I'll be able to do this.
"I just want to have fun and do my best,
and that's all Lean do.",
Just because Whatmiough
i Crestview News Bulletin wants to have fun doesn't mean he
NDER: Baker senior isn't focused on winning a title.
ough is one of the "That would be awesome (to
ough is one of the win state), and it would mean a lot
vin the 1 69-pound to me," he said. "That's my goal.
he Class I A state "It, hasn't been done in a very
lifting meet. long time, and it would be an hon-
or for me to go out there and win a
state championship."
No matter where Whatmough places today, Wagner
is confident that he'll make the school and community
proud.
"He definitely has performedwellodver the years," Wag-
ner said. "I have no doubt that when it's his time to shine,
that he will shine as best he can. He will represent Baker
well and represent his school well and his family well.
"I'm not worried about that."


Crestview's Moya Moore heads to tennis finals


Kyle Wright
.CrestviewNe s Bulletin

Crestview High School junior Moya
Moore isn't horsing around during
this high school tennis postseason.
Moore turned in a dominant per-
formance at the District 1-3A tour-
nament last week in PenSacola. She
won 36 of 37 games in three matches
en route to the No. 1 singles champi-
onship, including a 66- 0 win in the
title match.
Moore earned a trip to the FHSAA
Class 3A state finals starting Monday
in Orlando.
"It's one of the top things I've ever
done because I've never won dis-
tricts," Moore said, rattling off a list
of runner-up and semifinal finishes
stretching back to middle school.
"It's one of my best accomplishments
in tennis."
Moore's smashing performance
at the district tournament didn't sur-
prise CHS coach Ben Kimbrough.
"I knew as long as she played her
best, tennis, she would win," Kim-
brough said. "The better the com-
petition is, the better Moya gets. She
plays well under pressure, unlike a
lot of people."
Moore's tennis career started at*
age 6 when she started playing the
sport under the direction of her fa-
ther, Richbourg Middle School coach
Bill Moore. (And it irks Moya to no
end that Bill still holds a slight advan-
tage in their head-to-head matches).
Moore's court coverage and abil-
ity to hit on the move sets her apart
from many players. Her forehand
was a big weapon during the district
tournament. If ait opponent hit a
. short ball, Moore punished it.
Moore will take a 15-1 record into
the state tournament, with the lone
loss in three sets.
The state finals draw won't be
determined until Sunday, so Moore


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNewsBulletin
FEARSOME FOREHAND: Crestview's Moy'a Moore lost just one game en
route to the District 1-3A No. 1 singles title.


stuck to her usual routine during the
past week. She spent two days prac-
ticing with a coach in Pensacola and
conducted several workouts with
Kimbrough. Some of, the CHS boys
turned out to help Moore get ready
for a tournament that likely will in-
clude some future high-level NCAA
Division I players.
"Realistically, I want to win one or
two matches," Moore said. "I want to
advance to the second day. It would
be awesome if I could go way beyond
that, but I want to at least get two
matches.
"I know there are going to be some
amazing players."
When she's not crushing a tennis
ball, Moore is a typical high school
junior who is just as excited about


today's CHS prom as the state ten-
nis trip. Moore does get to horse
around literally -- during her free
time. She enjoys horseback riding in
the area around the family's Baker
home, something few of the other
state finalists will be able to say. The
mother of one of her CHS teammates
is a frequent riding partner.
"She's fun to be around," Kim-
brough said. "She's like that with all of
the players on the team. You wouldn't
know she's the No. 1 singles player
who just won the district champion-
ship 6-0, 6-0. She's just Moya."

Look back on Moore's matches
through our online prep sports ref-
erence pages at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.


Baseball


tournaments


in full swing


next week

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview base-
ball team finds itself in an
unfamiliar position as the
District 1-5A tournament
gets under way at Tate on
Monday.
The Bulldogs, who were
winless in district play, are
the No. 8 seed and will open
with top seed Pace at 7:30
p.m.
That's the bad news.
The good news is Crestview
bdat the Patriots earlier in
the season in a game that
didn't count in the district
standings.
Bulldog coach Tim Gillis
knows anything can happen
in the district tournament,
and he's hoping some posi-
tive, things will happen for
the Dawgs.
"We beat them (Pace)
early in the year, and Da-.
vid Pyle faced them (as the
starting pitcher) and beat
them," Gillis said. "He'll be
the guy that goe against
them that day.
"I like our chances.
We've been in every district
game. It's just a matter of
stepping up in the clutch,
and I just have a good feel-
ing about that."
The Dawgs need two
wins to advance to the dis-
trict title game and earn an
FHSAA playoff berth.
"From a depth point on
the mound, I feel like we
are in pretty good shape if
we can get a good quality
outing out of David," Gillis
said. "And he's been quality
ever since he's been here."
"You never can tell when
it's do or die. You play one
game-at a time and go to
the next day from there."
It's not hard for the opti-
mistic Gillis to find the sil-
ver lining in the cloud that
has seemingly hung over
the Bulldogs for much of
the year.
"We've been in every
game," he said. "We haven't
been run-ruled in any
game, and besides three
games, we've been three or
less runs in getting beat.
"It's just a matter of
maybe getting over the
hump and getting that two-
RBI hit when you need it
or stopping them from get-
ting that hit and making
a quality play in a crucial
situation. The positives are
we've been very competi-
tive. The not-so-positives
are we 'haven't won the
close games."
Gillis will look to seniors
Pyle, Jason Parker, Andrew
Werth and Cody Hancock to
step up in crunch time.
"You are usually as good
as your senior group," Gil-
lis said. "They've been sol-
id for us all year, and we've
got to play well as a group.
"I don't think you can
ever pin it down on one kid
or two. You just have the
one solid heartbeat and
everybody pulling for each
other and come together
in basically a three-game
season in a district tourna-
ment."

Baker
For the second time
in as many years, a north
Okaloosa County baseball
team is paying for someone
else's FHSAA punishment.
Last year, Crestview
was on the bad half of a
ruling that forced Niceville
to forfeit some games and
changed the district tour-
nament seedings.
This year, Baker is on.


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