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Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
A 40-year story reached its ceremonial conclusion Thutsday
night.
Richbourg Middle School hosted a farewell celebration at the
school on Thursday. Richbourg will no longer serve as a middle
school after this school year, with many of its students
moving to the new Shoal River Middle School.
Alumni and community members shared
memories from their time at RMS.
"I'm thinking of all the basketball
games I've watched in here and re-
member singing on the stage that
- used to be over there," said super-
intendent Dr. Alexis Tibbetts. "I
always say that growing up in
Crestview and Okaloosa Cotmunty
is one of the best things that can
happen to an American."
Okaloosa School board
member Cathy Thigpen said
that she was a majorette -at
Richbourg Junior High, but got
a chuckle from the audience
when she couldn't remember if
she was a drum major.
Said Okaloosa School District'
Technology Specialist, J.C. Connor: .
"It was 1976 and my first teaching job.
I was 'amazed at the quality of parental
support and very proud of the band program
that Joe Hooten and I built here."
"I'm very excited about the new school, but it's
bittersweet for me," said teacher Belinda Jones. "I've been at
Richbourg 32 years, three as a student and 29 as a teacher."
"It's a trip down memory lane," said Barbara Helms Gates.
"I was one of the first teachers here and taught for 24 years."
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School's closure frees up needed space

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When the kids from Richbourg Middle School move to their
new Shoal River Middle School this fall, the space
they'll leave behind won't go to waste.
Plans are being finalized for a more than
$6 million makeover that will allow neigh-
boring Northwood Elementary School
to expand into some of the current
Richbourg space.
Jacobs/Titan, the contractor
currently building Shoal River
and its neighbor, Riverside El-
ementary School, was selected
S to do the renovation work at
Northwood and Richbourg.
-Two forces are driving the
need for more room at North-
wood. One is the expected influx
of new students coming with the
families that will support the mili-
tary units transferring to our area
under the BRAC plan.
Coupled with Florida's well-
meaning but often financially crip-
pling constitutional mandate for small
class sizes, the impending arrival of new
kids means a need for more than just the two
new schools going up on Redstone Avenue.
In Richbourg's case, the closing of what opened in
1954 as Crestview High School will allow its next-door neigh-
bor, Northwood, to add additional classrooms and update its
( See CLOSURE 6

COMMEMORATIVE SHIRT: T-shirts commemorate the
A final year for Richbourg Middle School.
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News BRIEFS


Clarification on Eagles
Landing ponds article
City of Crestview
Director of Public Services
Wayne Steele asked the
News Bulletin to clarify
two of his comments in '
the "Storm brews over
ponds" article published
in the May 6 edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin.
In one passage, Steele
was asked if he believed
the actions by the previous
director of public works
were done in good faith.
"I think any action
by the previous director
was in good faith," Steele
asserted, "Which was
his comment to me..
Nevertheless, it (the end
result of the actions) was a-
mistake."
Steele also provided
a summary of why he
brought the matter to the
council's attention.
"It's my job to keep us
in compliance and do it in
a legal way," Steele said.
"I was there to let the
council know we needed to


take action on something I
didn't know we owned."
Brian Hughes /
Crestview News
Bulletin


One of the two dogs
at the address where a
March 14 incident resulted
in police reports of dog
bites sustained by two
men and a 3-year-old girl
being injured by an animal
control sedative dart has
been returned to its owner.
It was not possible to
prove the dog at 918 Texas
Parkway attacked or bit
anyone, so a judge ruled
"it would be returned to its
owner, according to city of
Crestview Administrative
Services Director Mike
Wing.
The animal is still
subject to "dangerous dog"
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commissioners
A north Okaloosa
County developer accused
of threatening a fire
district commissioner is
not being charged with a
crime.
Jeff Adams, 69, a
director of Adams Timber
Co. Inc., was cleared
Monday of allegations that
he threatened Blackman
Fire District Commission
Chairman Ben Morgan
* over thephone, according
to the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office.
Morgan's case was
closed following the
resignations of him and
three other Blackman fire


commissioners who voted
earlier this year to remove
a $50 cap on the district's
open land tax.
The threats followed
the vote, Morgan said.
The change in policy
increased the tax burden
on owners of large tracts.
Adams and others with
Adams Timber own
several parcels in the fire
district.
On Monday, three
days after he turned
in his resignation to
the Okaloosa County
Commission, Morgan
filed an affidavit with the
Sheriff's Office alleging
Adams twice called him to
demand he "remove these
taxes" and threaten that "I
will get you."
Adams did not
immediately return a
phone message Tuesday
seeking comment.
At the County
Commission meeting
Tuesday night, Morgan
said the board drafted
a resolution requesting
expediency from Gov.


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T auline Williams is Assistant Vice President and Credit Administration
Manager at First National Bank of Crestview. A 5 year. veteran, Pauline
recendlY remarked. "I like working here because there are many opportunities
to learn things that you wouldn't learn in other places. I love working in a
community bank."

Originally from Canada, Pauline proudly became an American citizen in
February of 2008. A mother of 2, she resides in Crestview with her husband,
Barry, who serves in the USAF.

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Charlie Crist's office in
appointing replacements.
As for Morgan's
criminal complaint, a
sheriff's deputy conferred
with Assistant State
Attorney Kim Torres
before closing Morgan's
case.
"After reviewing
Morgan's affidavit of
complaint and Florida
Statutes, she advised
that she was unable to
determine that a crime
had occurred and didn't
believe that I had a
criminal case," he wrote.
In Florida, threatening
a public officer is a third-
degree felony.
Residents of Blackman
are encouraged to submit
volunteer applications
to the State of Florida *
for the replacement
of five volunteer fire
commissioners who
recently resigned,
according to an Okaloosa
' County press release. To
submit an application,
visit: http://www.flgov.
com/2007_boards_
commissions, scroll
to bottom of page and
select "Gubernatorial
Appointments
Questionnaire."
Okaloosa County
would like to expedite
filling these positions, and
applicants are encouraged
to immediately apply.
For more information
contact the Okaloosa
County Public Safety
Department at 850-651-
'7150.
-Andrew Gant
/ Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Water & Sewer
closed Tuesday
and Friday
Due to personnel
shortages, the Crestview
office of Okaloosa County
Water and Sewer will be
closed on Tuesday and
Friday of this coming
week.
Customers can now pay
with a check, and debit
or credit card by calling
850-651-7171 or by visiting
www.okaloosaws.com.
Crestview News
Bulletin

FEMA sets-up shop in
DeFuniak Springs
The Federal
Emergency Management
Agency opened a new
Disaster Recovery Center
in Walton County Monday
afternoon. The recovery
center is located at the
Walton County Training
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Road in DeFuniak Springs
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county residents affected
by the March rains would
contact this office.
Northwest Florida was
inundated with heavy rains
starting with a March 26
thunderstorm and the area
was declared a federal
disaster area. Okaloosa,
Santa Rosa and Walton
counties were approved
to receive public and
individual assistance funds
from FEMA.
The public assistance
funds are available
to government and
nonprofit agencies while
the private assistance
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renters and business
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March floods, 14 of the
16 counties in Northwest
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business owners must
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before they can qualify
for disaster assistance.
If you were interviewed
by FEMA personnel after
the storm, you still need
to register to qualify for
assistance.
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Florida Freedom
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Probable case of
swine flu detected in
Okaloosa
A probable case
of swine flu has been
detected in Okaloosa
County,
according to the state
Department of Health.
Tests were under way
Thursday to determine if a
28-year-old man had
contracted HiN1
influenza virus. The
man had received the
appropriate
medical treatment and
was recuperating at home,
according to a news
release from the
Okaloosa -ounty Health
Department.
The man has no
school-aged children in
his home and the Health
Department
believes the threat of
a widespread outbreak of
swine flu is low.
A North Okaloosa
Medical Center
spokesperson said the
' Crestview hospital
has not had any cases
considered probable cases
of swine flu.
Dusty Ricketts ,
/ Florida Freedom
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Crestview News Bulletin I 3


How the OSTF treasure was found


OSTF TREASURE HUNT CLUES AND EXPLANATIONS


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
LUCKY WINNERS: OSTF President Larry Woolley (right) presents
the 2009 Old Spanish Trail Festival/First National Bank of
Crestview Treasure Hynt prize to the Plyler family.,From left
ar6 Nancy, Christopher and Gary Plyler.

Kyle Wright treasure. Nancy said the third
Crestview News Bulletin clue plus a look at the OSTF
Treasure Hunt map convinced
Even a nearby encounter her the treasure was located
-with a snake didn't stop Gary somewhere near the Shoal
and Nancy Plyler from finding River bridge over U.S. Highway
the 2009 Old Spanish Trail/First 90. The third clue told treasure
National Bank of Crestview hunters to travel east to run-
Treasure Hunt prize. ning waters north of U.S. High-
The Plylers found the trea- way 90. The easternmost water
sure around 1 p.m. May 1 the on the OSTF Treasure Hunt
fifth day of the annual six-day map was the Shoal River.
hunt under the edge of the. The Plyers cut their trea-
Shoal River bridge on U.S. High- sure hunting short on Thursday
way 90 east, on the fourth pillow when they saw a man nearby
support. encounter a snake. The Flyers,
This was a dry area with no who got hunting help from son
water or vegetation within 10 Christopher, also discovered a
feet or so, according to OSTF bird's nest in the area before
president Larry Woolley. they discovered the treasure.
The Plylers received $500 The Plyers returned to the
and other prizes, hunt Friday with a garden
"It was truly a blessing," tool just in case any critters
Nancy Plyler said. were "guarding" the treasure
This was the first time the and found the prize at about
Flyers actively searched for the 1 p.m.


Provided by OSTF President
Larry Woolley
CLUE #1
As-the Conquistadors traveled
back through,
Once again they hid a
treasure all completely new.,
Guided by the moon at night
and by'the sun of day,
They knew that both would,
appear the same way.
In this cluel'm telling the
hunters this year's treasure is
hidden in a completely new"
location, never used by me
before. Both the surt and moon
rise from the east. '

.CLUE #2
Traveling southeast from
where the last tesoro was found,
1 This time they decided to go
further from downtown..,
After-passing the c6rce! and
then seeing a cop,
This was a signal for, them to'
know where to stop. .1
English translations: tesoro
means treasure and cdrcel means
jail.
In this clue ILm telling the
hunters to' look southeast from.
where the treasure was hidden
last year (Crestview Community
Center). I'm also. saying not to
look'in town but travel east of the
countyjail.' .. .
CLUE #3
They traveled east to.where
waters flow well,
Riding for days and staying
north of the rail.
Some stopped to fish while
others went to school,


But most of them were only
looking for some place cool.
In this clue I'm telling the
hunters to look near running
waters north of U.S. Highway
90, where the shade is always.
cool.

CLUE #4
Then they heard a ruido from
the sky,
i What kind' of aye could fly so
high?
Back then crops had to be,
planted by hand,
Too bad the tractor was not
known by man.
English translations: ruido
means noise and ave means bird
This clue is suppose to throw
the hunters off a little but it still
has meaning with the airport
being east of town and Wells
Tractor once located on U.S.
Highway 90 near where the
treasure was hidden. The Tractor
Supply icon on the map would
be the throw off.
CLUE #5 1 ,
The others made a detour and
stumbled up on a guard,.
Then they saw a colonel
'chasing a liebre in the courtyard.
S Years ago from Kentucky they
say he 'came, .
He looked for opportunities
and pozos of the same "
English translations liebre
means hare and pozos means
wells
In this clue I'm telling the
hunters'to go east of the National
Guard Armory. Back in 1942,
Col. A.R Shoffner bought the .


land but did not move down from
Kentucky until 1945. He sold 25-
foot lots for $100 with a dollar
down and 5 cents a day (later it
was a dollar a month). A realtor,
auctioneer, land appraiser and .
subdivision developer started
Shoffner City. Shoffner named
it after himself, as he always
believed that if you didn't toot
your own horn, nobody else
would. Shoffner was a shrewd
businessman.The town originally
stretched from approximately
the Shoal River to within three
miles of Crestview. It has since
exceeded those boundaries;
and the city limits have moved
out closer. It incorporates all
the Opportunities Subdivision
to the north of U.S. Highway
90, and south of U.S. Highway
90 to the CSX Railroad tracks.
Opportunity, Hare and Wells are
all street names in Shoffner City.
(Mr. Hare and Mr. Wells both
lived in the.same.area)

CLUE #6 (not used because
treasure was found on Day 5)
On the barns you will see a
ray from the sun,
The sound from boats will
cause dll gators to run.
Now look on the fourth pillow
'and very close to the trail.
There it is! Conquistador,
you have done very well.
In this clue l'nrt telling the
hunters to go to Ray Lynn Barnes
public boat launch off U.S.
. Highway 90 east at the Shoal
River. Look on the fourth concrete
pilling supporting U.S. Highway
90.


Please turn in your
church news briefs to the
News Bulletin by noon on
Wednesday.

EVENTS
OLD FASHIONED
HOMECOMING/RE-
VIVAL: Red Oak Baptist
Church on County Road
180 in Escambia Farms
will celebrate its 100 an-
niversary on May 17. Ser-
vices begin at 10 a.m. and
will include special sing-
ing by the Forrester Fam-
ily of Mississippi, guest
speaker Rev. Ronald Da-
vis of Andalusia and lunch
bi the fellowship hall.
Revival services start
at 6 p.m. May 117 and will
continue nightly at 7 p.m.
through May 20.
Come dressed, old
fashioned if you like. De-
tails: 537-6723.
'CONCERT: The Eg-
lin Chapel is sponsoring
, a, concert with "Sonic-
Flood" tonight at 7 p.m. at.
Foster Stadium on Eglin
AFB. The concert is free
to any military ID card
holder. "SonicFlood" will


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also lead the contempo-
rary worship service on
Sunday, May 10 at 10 a.m.
in the chapel community
center (bldg 605). Details:
882-2111.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: are held
on the first Saturday of
the month. 'Fnds gener-
ated are used for Epiph-
any Episcopal Church's
outreach activities. ,
Participants may sell
whatever they like at a
cost of $10 per parking
space. Concessions are
available inside.
Call Mary at (850) 665-
3437 for details. The
church is located at 424
Garden St. in Crestview
IMMANUEL SCHE-
DULE: Mother's Day
Luncheon today from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. If you
are a mother, daughter,
grandmother, niece, 'aunt
or female friend, attend
this event. Planned are
a a dress-up parlor, photo
booth and other activities.
Details: Tami Bonhardt-
Carn, 837-6324 or visit the
church.


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- Others are fearful of
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afraid they cannot be
faithful to God in these
trying days of liberalism,
modernism, divisions and
factions in the churches.
But God's Word is true in,
the present, just as it has
been true in the past. He
still promises, "I am with
thee ... I will strengthen"
thee ... I will help thee."
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the magnitude of God's
promise, "I am with thee,"
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our lives will be dispelled!
God's guidance,
strength and grace are for
every fearful soul who will
trust Him. Let us depend
upon Him who promises
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thee."

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Commissioner: Good news for Kervin Road residents


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probably after three to six
months. But they're closer
now than they've ever
been. Before, there was no
timetable at all because
nobody would accept it.
It isn't going to be (done)
within the next six months,
but I think the process will
start within the next six
months.
We've got 200-plus miles
of road out there I believe
the county is obligated to
do something with. If we
had hundreds of billions of
dollars and it was up to me
we'd pave every road we
have. Infrastructure, pub-
lic safety and essential ser-
vices are my key issues.
There are a lot of quality
of life issues that are great
things for our county. But,
if you have a house and the
walls are falling down, are
you going to put pictures
up and have a playground
in the backyard? They
playground and pictures


District 1 commission-
er Wayne Harris provided
this report from Tuesday's
meeting of the Okaloosa
County Board of County
Commissioners.
The best news I can
give you is the BCC, on my
urging, agreed to bring
Kervin Road up to county
standards. They deserve
it. But that's just the start.
I know there are some
unhappy people because
there are a lot of other
roads out there. But my
philosophy on it is we've
got to start somewhere.
Since Kervin Road a long
time ago was deeded to
the county, I think it's time
we do something, and we
agreed to do something.
Right now we're still
three to six months be-
hind schedule because of .
all of the roads that got,
destroyed (in the March
flooding) but we'll start
looking at (Kervin Road)


are nice things to have, but
you don't have those until
you get the house fixed to
make it livable. I want to
make the county livable.
It's nice to have museums,
nice to have libraries. We
need them. But they're not
my first priority because if
we don't have a road
or a sewer to get to
it, what good is it?

(The county
commissioners
discussed the re-
cent news out of the
Blackman Fire Dis-
trict. The Blackman
fire commissioners WA
resigned after al- HA
leged threats made
against the district chair-
man. The county is seek-
ing volunteers to serve
on the board. See related
story on page 2.)
My issue was, we (the
county) don't tell them
what to do. They make
their own determination.
Their fire district is their
fire district. The. county
doesn't need to be tell-
ing Blackman, 'These
are the people we want
you to have.' They've got
some other issues with
assessments (a change in
district fire assessments
started the recent chain of


events). I think that needs
to be looked at again. I
think it could go either
way. I think a new group of
commissioners needs to
look at that real closely.
I would like to see all of
north Okaloosa, with the
exception of Crestview, be
one fire district. We
aren't there yet, but
we'll help any way
we can to get there.
Is that a goal we're
going to reach? I
don't know. But it's
a goal.

(The county's
ITYNE first budget work-
RRIS shop for the 2009-10
fiscal year was
held April 28)
Infrastructure, pub-
lic safety and essential
services are going to be
my emphasis during the
budget process. You can't
build a community like
we're growing without the
infrastructure to allow
it to grow. We need to fix
those problems. Will I win?
I don't know. But that's
what my emphasis is....
The most important thing
I am going to emphasize
this year is appropriate
spending. I've got a set of
questions I'm going to ask
department heads ... not


indicting questions, but
questions to help me make
decisions. It will also help
them determine, if we're
going to have to cut, what
are we going to cut? And
something is going to be
cut because some spend-
ing is going away. We don't
have that flush of money
we had in the boom time.
(Harris was asked if
there are places where
spending can be cut)
There's a lot of things
that can be done. There
are a lot of things we spend
money on partnerships
with outside agencies ....
I'm real reluctant on giv-
ing (taxpayer) money to
charities or nonprofits. It's
not that I don't want to, but
if we're short on dollars,
we've got to focus on the
priorities. We've got some
departments where some
people do the same thing
in each department. May-
be one department ought
to do it all. Maybe we need
to cut back on some of our
vehicles. There are a lot
of ways to cut spending.
But you can't cut spending
unless you are willing to
tighten our belt. Govern-
ments and politicians tend
to want to do all and be
all for everybody, We can't
do that nowadays. Our


budget is significantly cut.
So we've got to do what is
right for the taxpayer first
and foremost, which are
(infrastructure, essential
services and public safety).
Then if you've got money
left over, you can do the
quality of life things or cut
some of the tax dollars.
A lot of the frustra-
tion is because (in the
public's mind) we spent
frivolously. It doesn't mat-
ter if we actually did or
not. Perception is reality.
And it doesn't help we
have the Sheriff's Office
debacle and the (tax col-
lector) Chris Hughes issue
because (taxpayers) see
a few million dollars they
think is wasted. So we
need to get a handle on
spending and make sure
the spending is correctly
done.

"County Commission-
er's Corner" appears in
the Crestview News Bul-
letin following meetings
of the Okaloosa County
Board of County Commis-
sioners and rotates be-
tween commissioners who
represent the News Bulle-
tin's coverage area. The
reports are compiled from
interviews with Crestview
News Bulletin staff.


Community Arts CALENDAR

Dance showcase at Crestview High School
At 7 p.m. today in the Crestview High School Auditorium, Fred Astaire Franchised
Dance Studios will host a Back to the 80's Dance Showcase with amateur and pro-
fessional performers. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door, with proceeds
benefiting CHS. Call 682-1455 for details.,

RMS spring band concert .
Kim Odom, director of the Richbourg Roadrunners Band, will host a Spring
Band Concert on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the gym. Several former band directors
will be in attendance to guest conduct. Mayor David Cadle also will conduct. Crest-
view High Band Members who are former Richbourg students are invited to attend
and perform in the final playing of the Richbourg Roadrunner fight Song.


Crestview City Council AGENDA


The Crestview city council meets Mon-
day at 6 p.m. in council chambers at City
Hall. The public is invited and encouraged
to attend.
A workshop to review three ordinances
will be held at 4:30 p.m. The three ordi-
nances for review are Ordinance #1420
(Annexation), Ordinance #1422 (Bingo
Games) and Ordinance #1423 (Exemp-
tion of Evaluation and Appraisal Report
Based Amendments From Notice Re-
quirements).

REGULAR AGENDA
1. Approval of Consent Agenda.
2. Presentation of Letter of Commen-
dation Mayor Cadle and Chief Mitchell.,
3. New Business:
a. Ordinance #1424 Right-Of-Way
Vacation of the undeveloped portion of
Tenth Street between James Street and
Texas Parkway. Requested by Frank Di-
dio, Kristofor & Georgia Fox, Brian &
Stephanie Davis and Richard Johnson,
Adjacent Property Owners. LPA #09-02


- First Reading (See Projects from TRC
& LPA; May, 2009 Booklet).
b. Ordinance #1426 Removal of Sec.
102-357. Life Safety Annual Inspection
Fees First Reading.
c. Adoption of Resolution #09-07 (Au-
thorizing the Execution and Delivery of a
Master Lease Agreement City Clerk.
d. General Employees Retirement
Board Appointment (Replacement for
Councilman Grandberry) City Coun-
cil.
e. Board of Adjustment Appointment
(Anita Hughes term to expire May 29,
2009) Councilman Grandberry.
4. Charter Amendment Procegs Dis-
cussion Administrative Services De-
partment.
5. Municipal Building Naming Proposal
Councilman Baugh.
6. Set Workshop Dates:
a. Ordinance #1424
b. Ordinance #1426
7. Mayoral Report.
8.'Business from the Floor.


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Okaloosa County Communications Officer of the Year honored
Special to the News Bulletin iff's Office, according to an his handling of a March 16, south of Crestview by an im- for staying calm and provid- sponsibilities of acting shift
OCSO release. 2008, incident involving an paired driver heading north ing information and assis- supervisor on weekends and
Mike Miller has been Supervisors say Miller officer-related traffic crash. in the southbound lanes. tance by radio and phone to FCIC/NCIC (Florida Crime
named 2008 Communica- deserves the honor for show- Cpl. Mark Raiche was Raiche's car flipped multiple coordinate the response. Information Center/Nation-
tions Officer of the Year for ing confidence and poise un- injured when his patrol car times. He sustained serious Miller was also recog- al Crime Information Cen-
the Okaloosa County Sher- der pressure, specifically in was forced off State Road 85 injuries. Miller was praised nized for taking on the re- ter) record validations.


K-9 handlers place

Special to the News Bulletin
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the Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office K-9 Unit continues.
The unit joined 80 teams
from across the Southeast in
the Regions 1 and 22 certifi-
cation trials in Valdosta, Ga.,
March 30 through April 3.
The team took fifth place
overall in the four-man teams
category.
Individually, Deputy
Jim Duval and K-9 "Tyson"
scored 16th, Deputy Steve
Weyer and K-9 "Septon"
took 17th place, and Sgt.
Bob Dudley and K-9 "Ru-
ger" came in 18th overall.
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in search work, apprehen- THEY DID DOGGONE GOOD: Dep
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from, local law enforcement
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Love Bites
Hubby and wifey are sit-
ting on the couch watching
telly. He gets up to use the
john. She follows, "yelling
and cursing" at him, ac-
cording to her arrest re-
port.
Then the 21-year-
old Crestview woman re-
portedly cornered him
in the bathroom and bit
him on the hand and stom-
ach, causing bleeding
wounds.
Turns out she had
abruptly stopped taking
her depression medica-
tion "because she did not
think it was doing any
good."
Arrested on domestic
violence battery charg-
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was "upset he was not
spending enough time with
her."
I can't imagine why. She
sounds perfectly charm-
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Cheers!
When you just want to
chill with a cheap domes-
tic vino, there's no place
like, the solitude of the
men's room at a popular
grocery ,store in north
Crestview.
A replay, of surveillance
video showed a, man head-
ing "straight to the rest-
room" after selecting two
500 ml boxes of white Zin-
fandel.
After the manager saw
the same shopping car-
riage outside of the bath-
room almost two hours
after he first noticed it, se-
curity video was reviewed
and the police were sum-
moned.
Eventually,, officers
coaxed the 53-year-old
Crestview man from the


handicapped stall, noting
he was "very unsteady on
his feet and had to keep
leaning against objects so
he would not stumble."
The two wine boxes,


now empty, were found in
the restroom trashcan.
Their contents, evidently,
were, now in the man. He
was arrested on retail
theft.


From Michelle Lopez, wife of the late Deputy Burt Lopez:
y famiily and I wish to express deep appreciation for
the outpouring ofgenerosity and love our community
has shown us. Although we cannot make sense of
this terrible tragedy, we can only pray for something positive
to come of all of this. If we can help educate and save even one
family from domestic violence, just maybe my children can
understand the sacrifice they have made in losing their father.

Our police officers take a pledge to protect and serve. They put
themselves on the line every day. It is my hope that we as a
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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
ROADRUNNER COSTUME FOR SALE: Superintendent Alexis Tibbetts and Richbourg teacher Haley Caraway look over memorabilia during the school's farewell celebration.
All athletic uniforms are on sale, with proceeds going toward the purchase of new uniforms at Shoal River Middle School. At right, a view of the lawn in front of
Richbourg Middle School. At right, Richbourg Principle Bob Jones and teacher Belinda Jones (no relation) enjoy refreshments.


RICHBOURG from page 1


CLOSURE from page 1


"Someone said that
it's too cold in here," said
Crestview Mayor David
Cadle. "I'm really proud
of this cold air. I had three
sons in the Richbourg band
and I sat through lots of
concerts; without any air."
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Middle School are being of-
fered to coaches and play-
ers who are interested,
according to Principal Bob
Jones. A small portion of
the school memorabilia


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wall in the new Shoal River
Middle School.
"We kept our colors
and we're taking a piece of
our history with us," said
Jones.
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sale at the Richbourg. Pro-
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have to attend class in
portable trailer-like struc-
tures set up to meet the
requirements of the class-
room size amendment.
"There's a lot of work
to be done," said Dr. Bill
Smith, director of facili-
ties and planning for the
Okaloosa County School
District. "As soon as we
bring parts on line we'll
move people over from
the portables."
Smith indicated the re-
furbishment of'Richbourg


will provide as many as 23
new classrooms for North-
wood's use.
In addition, a campus
for the Emerald Coast Ca-
reer Institute (ECCI), cur-
rently located at the old
Carver Hill School, will
be made at the rear of the
building out of the present
ESE area.
"The ECCI offers an
alternative school for stu-
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environment -for learning
than what we provide in a
standard school setting,"
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A few weeks ago we
told you about Lillie Gail-
lard, the 7-year-old who re-
quested canned goods for
Sharing and Caring in lieu
of birthday presents.
By the time her parents,
David and Erin Gaillard,
had cleaned up the house
after Lillie's birthday party,
the Bob Sikes Elementary
first grader had garnered
*274 cans for the local food.
bank.
Earlier this year we told
you about Dr. Roy Nakaiye,.
a Crestview dentist who
announced he will give.
away four Compaq laptops
this year to local students
18 years or younger who
have made someone's life
or our community a little,
bit better.
Monday the two stories
converged when it was
announced that for her
selflessness, Lillie would
be the recipient of the first
laptop of the year.
To assure fairness,
Dr. Nakaiye asked Crest-
view Mayor David Cadle
to select the student he
felt was most altruistic.
Each applicant had wrote
a brief essay describing
what they did. Assuring
further impartiality, their
names were blocked out
of the copies the mayor re-
viewed.
"It was such a selfless
act," Cadle said of Lillie's
generosity. "For a 7-year-
old to say she didn't want
toys, she just wanted to
help others, it just struck
me. I was struck especially
by her age."
The mayor had praise
for the dentist.
S "It's a great program Dr.
Nakaiye has started," Ca-
dle said. "It really inspires
youngsters in our commu-
nity to do good deeds."
Indeed, Lillie's special
birthday request is catch-
ing on.
"She has quite a few
friends at church who will
be doing the same thing,"
said Erin Gaillard proudly.
As Dr. Nakaiye present-
ed Lillie with her brand
new laptop, he said, "Hope-
fully she will inspire more
students to do similar gen-
erous acts for our commu-
nity."
Asked what she will do
with her new laptop, Lil-
lie grinned and said, "play
computer games."
"Her favorite Web site
is Webkins," laughed her
mom.


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
COMPUTER GIVEAWAY: Dr. Roy Nakaiye presents 7-,
year-old, Lillie Gaillard with the first of four Compaq
laptop computers to be given away by Cedar Pearl
Dentistry this year for acts of kindness by area youth.

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Dr. Roy Nakaiye of Cedar Pearl Dentistry will give
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community; '
Must not hove,received any reward, including
extra class credit, scouting merit badges, money; i,
community service hours, etc.;
Must be 18 or younger;
Must write an essay explaining the act (pictures
and/or video are also welcome);
Must submit contact information for the
beneficiary of the act so Dr. Nakaiye and his staff can
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,__ __ HELPING THE CAC:
Tom Haddock of
the Top Three at
Duke Field held a
drive for diapers
and cookie dough
for the Emerald
Coast Children's
Advocacy Center.
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Director Julie Hurst.
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provides diapers to
families, and every
.day volunteers bake
fresh cookies for
the children. (The
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CHS Knowledge Master

team fifth in state
Special to the News Bulletin

A Crestview High School team fin-
ished fifth among Florida schools in
the Knowledge Master Open High
School division.
The team was led by CHS teacher
Remon Mawad. Team members were
Cody Dreaden, Gwen Mcmillion, Ryan
Jacobs, Jason Hackleman, Reanna
Richards, Justin Garland, Andrew
Stegner, Kyle Mitchell, Reid Hester
and Gabe Silva.
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Saturday, May 9, 2009


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7-YEAR-OLD HELPS CIC: Taylor Sapp recently celebrated his 7th
birthday. Asked what he would like to do for his birthday
party and what he would ask from his friends, he explained
that there was nothing else he wanted but he wanted to help
local children in need. He chose Children in Crisis to make
a donation. His guests were asked to bring items for The
Children's Neighborhood and toys for the children instead
of gifts for the birthday boy. When Taylor delivered the gifts
to the CIC office he was really proud to explain that he did
this for kids his age who were less fortunate than he. All
of the items have been put to great use in The Children's
Neighborhood, and the kids have had a great time playing
with the toys Taylor and his friends collected. From left are
SPECIALTOTHE NEWS BULETINMegan Hanley, CIC office manager, and Taylor Sapp.
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Hoboes fall in regional quarterfinals


Florida Freedom Newspapers
Laurel Hill's postseason run came to
an end Wednesday in its Class A regional
quarterfinal at Malone as the Hoboes fell
4-3 to end the season at 7-12.
The Hoboes built a 2-0 lead entering the


third and added a run in the top half of the
fifth to go ahead 3-0 before costly errors led
to a four-run bottom of the fifth for Malone.
Ethan Jackson allowed just four hits in
the loss while also collecting a pair of hits
and an RBI at the plate. Dalton Gordon
went 1-for-3 with two runs scored.


DOMANGUE from page 14


their coach Eddie Garfin-
kle: He assured Domangue
if he came in ready to go,
he'd have a chance to play
as a freshman.
Domangue will be re-
united with former Gator
teammate David Langston
at Birmingham Southern
and is likely to see action
in the backfield with for-
mer Crestview quarter-
back Joe Thigpen.
Having familiar faces
on campus to show him
the ropes was another at-
traction for Domangue.
"It's like I'm not going
up there alone," he said.
"I have a couple of people
up there that will take me
under their wings.
"I think it's going to be a
lot easier than if I had gone


somewhere that I didn't
know anybody at all."
At 5-foot-7, 170 pounds,
Domangue was passed
over by large schools, but
his size fits nicely into the
Panther philosophy.
"They have a lot of run-
ning backs that kind of fit
my mold," he said. "The
way they kind of project
me is you either pick the
really tall and moderately
fast guys, or you pick the
really small guys with a lot
of speed. That's what they
told me I was I was too
small for a bigger school,
but I was perfect for them
as long as I had the speed.
"The guys with speed
are the ones they like to
play with."
Kellogg thinks Do-


mangue will shine there.
"He's a great athlete,
and he made a lot of peo-
ple miss, and he's very
competitive," Kellogg said.
"But his size limited him
with some schools.
"I think this is a great
school. It's and up-and-
coming school, and in the
next few years you are
going to see them be very
competitive. They are get-
ting some great athletes."
Kellogg thinks Do-
mangue also will ben-
efit from his overall ex-
perience at Birmingham
Southern.
"It's a very challeng-
ing academic school, so I
think he's going to get the
whole package up there,"
Kellogg said.


DICKSON from page 14


learned was Richbourg
shared a birthday with Ty
Cobb, who was born
Dec. 18, 1886.
Baseball Encyclopedia
lists Richbourg as having
been 5 feet, 10 1/2 inches
tall and having weighed
160 pounds. It tells me
that starting in 1921, he
played all or parts of eight '
seasons in the big leagues,
posting a .308 career
batting average, and that
he was an outfielder.
He got his start with the
Philadelphia Phillies for
10 games in 1921. The next
time he appeared in the
majors was 1924, playing
15 games for the original
Washington Senators.
His final year in the
majors was 1932, when he
appeared in 40 games for '
the Chicago Cubs.
The Senators won the
World Series in 1924. The
Cubs lost to the Yankees
in the 1932 Series. It isn't
clear if Richbourg was on
the World Series roster for
either of those teams. If he
was with the Cubs in 1932,.
he would have witnessed
Babe Ruth's legendary
"Called Shot" off of Guy
Bush.
His best years were

BAKER

from page 14

tight economy and financial
problems facing so many
within the community
"It's going to be inter-
esting to see (how people
Swill respond financially this
year)," he said. "In all of
our sports, and across the
county, everybody has seen
a drop in revenue."
There's no doubt in Kel-
logg's mind that the schol-
arship idea has been a hit
with the players.
"It has really created
some interest because
we've got juniors now that
are thinking about it," he
said. "Anything that will
motivate them to think
about their career and their
future is going to help.
"We have kids already
talking about, 'I want to
win that next year.' Hope-
fully that will keep them on
track to doing some things
around here to make ,Baker
a better place and allow us
to be successful."
The great thing about'
the scholarship: The sec-
ond-team guy has just as
good a chance of receiv-
ing the scholarship as a
starter.
"Any kid could win it,"
Kellogg said. "I think as
kids look at their high
school career and say, 'I
don't just want to be a foot-
ball player and an athlete.
I want to be well rounded.
I want to involved in our
school, and I want to be
involved in our commu-
nity.' All of those things are
things they can do make
them a better person and
further their education."


spent playing for the
Braves when they were
still in Boston.
In 1928, he hit .337 and
had 12 triples.
Stories in the Daily
News indicate a Walton
High School student
suggested the school
change mascots to
the Braves in honor of
Richbourg after that 1928
season. The name stuck..
during the course of
his career Richbourg was
traded for future Hall of
Fame manager Casey
Stengel and Hall of Fame
player Babe Herman.
Richbourg may have
only played parts of
eight seasons in the big
leagues, but he played
professional baseball for
the better part of 22 years.
He started his minor-
league career in Dothan
at the age of 18 and finally
hung up the cleats once
and for all after playing
for Richmond;-Va:, at-the
age of 40, having posted a
career professional batting
average of .326.
The dash in Lance
Richbourg's life wasn't just
filled with baseball.
Longtime residents
of Okaloosa County


know he returned to the
area and spent much of
his time in education,
rising to the position of
Okaloosa County School
superintendent.
In the movie "Field of
Dreams," Kevin Costner's
Ray Kinsella character
is talking to Dr. Archie
"Moonlight" Graham, who
only played a half inning
in the big leagues before
returning to school and
becoming a medical doctor.
Kinsella basically asked
Dr. Graham if he had any
regrets leaving baseball
when he did. Dr. Graham,
who was played by Burt
Lancaster, said the real
loss would have been if he
hadn't become a doctor.
I wish I could have
. known Lance Richbourg
and asked him a similar
question.
I wonder if he thought,
as Dr. Graham did, that his
greatest accomplishments
weren't on a baseball
diamond, but in touching
the lives of people away
from the game.
From what I've read, I
think that's exactly what
Lance Richbourg would
say. It seems he did a good
job of filling that dash.


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NORTH OKALOOSA
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MEETING: Free meet-'
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Dr., Crestview. Respite
available at. most loca-
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LETTER CARRIERS
FOOD DRIVE: A United
Way food drive will bb,
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Letter Carriers Stamp Out
Hunger campaign.
To participate, leave
nonperishable food dona-
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canned meat, vegetables,
baby food and juice by
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their Dining Area.
This in-service is open
to the public. Nurses will
receive 1.2 contact hours
'and Social Workers 'will
receive 1.0 contact hours.
For more information
contact Susie Chestnut at
850-689-0300 or 850-259-
3001.
FREE SENIOR
BINGO: The Ladies
Auxiliary of Knights of
Columbus will host bingo
May 14 at 10:30 a.m. at
the group hall, 701 U.S.
Highway 90 East in
Crestview. Lunch is pro-
vided. Please call 689-2487
or 682-9695 to make reser-
vations.
CRE STVIE W S
RELAY FOR LIFE: will
be held May 15 and 16
at the Old Spanish Trail.
Park on, Stilwell Blvd. in
Crestview. It starts at 6
p.m. and ends at 12 p.m.
the next day.
Raise money for
research and programs
of the American Cancer
society and enjoy activities
planned for the entire


faniily.
BAKER ARENA
EVENTS: The following
activities are planned at
the Baker Arena at 5503
U.S. Highway 4.
May 15, 16 and 17
- Florida Panhandler
Australian Shepherd Dog
Show
Details at www.
okaloosafl.com.
FREE SUMMER
CAMP: Shoal River
Learning Center at 5190 S.
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview
is providing a free Summer
Camp (8 a.m. to 2 p.m.) for
eligible 4 and 5 year olds
from May 18 to August 4.
Call 682-4700 from 6 a.m. to
6 p.m. to see if your child
qualifies.
FREE QUIT
SMOKING CLASSES:
will be held Mondays, May
18 to June 22 at 5:30 p.m. at
West Florida AHEC, 1455
S. Ferdon Boulevard. The
free, six-week, evidence-
based "Quit Smoking
Now" programs will be
conducted by certified
tobacco treatment
specialists. To register or
for details call 398-6965
6r 1 (877) 678-6766 or visit
www.ahectobacco.com.
MILITARY
APPRECIATION DAY:
Military Appreciation
Recognition Day is May
23 at 11 a.m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Park. The
main program will start at
about noon.
CAMP BRAVE
HEART: Emerald
Coast Hospice's Camp
Brave Heart at Camp
Timpoochee in Niceville, is
designed for children ages
7-14 who have experienced


the loss of a loved one.
Dates.are July 17 through
20. A prior affiliation with
Emerald Coast Hospice is
not a prerequisite.
While the emphasis is
on healing, there is play
time as well. The children
will participate in indoor
and outdoor activities
such as arts and crafts,
boating, field games, and
swimming. Children will
also have the opportunity
to honor the people they
have lost with. a very
special memorial service.
Volunteer applications
to assist with the camp are
being accepted. Details:
Contact Jim Vail or Susie
Chestnut at 689-0300 or
www.gentiva.com/hospice.

MISCELLANEOUS
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION: Visit
http://choctaw.floridatrail.
org for details on the
group's upcoming events.
Today, 8 a.m. Kid's
Hike. Details: 683-0803 or
(850) 974-2078; May 9, 9
a.m. hike on the Dunes
Trail. Details: (850) 932-
5469
Sunday,. 3 p.m. hike
on the Dunes Tail. Details:
(850) 932-5469
May 16, '8 a.m.
Volunteers needed for trail
maintenance on Yellow
River Ravine. Details:
(850) 983-2557; 8:30 a.m.
float trip down Shoal River.
Details: 682-6098.
May 17, 6:30 am.
short, brisk walk before
breakfast. Details: (850)
995-4267.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club


activities, call Clarice
Hebinck at (850) 581-4591,
or e-mail her at freklzl00@
cox.net.
Taday, 9 a.m. bike
ride on the 30-A bike path
in South Walton County.
Meet at the Ed Walline
Beach Access Park at the
intersection of Hwy. 30-A
and Hwy. 393. Lunch along
the bike path. Honcho:
Clarice, 581-4591.
CAC POKER RUN:
Join the Blue Knights Law
Enforcement Motorcycle
Club, Florida Chapter
XXV on May 23, for the
Children's Advocacy
Center Poker Run.
Registration starts at
8:30a.m. atHeritage Cycles
Harley Davidson and costs
$15 pec rider and $5 per
passenger. No wheels
really required. Just stop
by and buy a poker hand.
Best hand wins 4 days 3
night getaway weekend
in Destin donated by
Newman-Dailey Resort
Properties. Last bike in at
2 p.m. at Heritage Cycles.
Enjoy live music, door
prizes, and great raffle
items. Food and drink
included. Details: Bruce
- Stewart, 200-3055.

ONGOING
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The
Crestview Public Library
offers one-on-onebeginning
skills computer tutoring.
Appointments are
available Monday through
Friday. 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 eligible for a
library card at no cost.
Just bring in a picture ID
and proof of current street
address.
SENIOR CENTER .
MUSIC AND MORE: The
Crestview Senior Activity
Center at Old Spanish
Trail Park invites seniors
to join an afternoon of
music from 1 to 4 p.m.
every Friday. Bring your
keyboard, guitar or other
musical instrument. Fun
is the keyword. Card and
bingo days also available.
For more information call
Estelle at 682-8230.
QUARTER BINGO:
The Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every
Tuesday. The games run
.from 4:30 to 6 p.m. The
K of C hall is located at
701 James Lee.Boulevard,
Crestview. Come join the
fun.
VOLUNTEERS:
Emerald Coast Hospice
is in need of volunteers
in the Walton-Okaloosa
area. Becoming a hospice
volunteer is similar to
helping a neighbor in need.
The only qualification
required is your desire to
help someone in need. You
don't need any medical
skills; you don't need a
college degree: you don't
even need to know what
to say. All you need to do
is sign up for Emerald
Coast Hospice Volunteer
training. Please come and
bring a friend and see what
we have to offer. Details:
Ann O'Connor, 689-0300.


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Learning Center Handyman Service
Openins Availablel No job too big or
Please call \683-0925 too small
Ellie's.Home Daycare 902-59981902-3282
Mon-Fri 6:30 5:30-
FT Openings available Harold Gaines
Call 689-8540 Repairs, Remodeling,
9 4 Additions, Concrete/
tParking Lot Work,
Carpentry and Roofing.
Lic. #RG 0005399.
Baker Maids 850-862-0383
Na job to large or to
small. Call Kathy @ Small Job Specialist,
537-B747 or Debra no ob to small Paint-
398-0444 Licensed & ing, stucco, stone,
Insured '_.drywall, debris re-
Honest & Dependable moval, ect. call, Allen
Lady will clean your 826-3512
house/apartment. Free_______
Estimates. Ref's
850-398-6230


Able Concrete
Tear out, replacement
driveways, patios. Free
Estimate. Lic/Ins
850-685-6248
Stamped Concrete
Cool Deck & Exposed
Aggregate. Slabs,
Power washing.
Remove, Replace &
Repair. Lic/Ins Free est.
305-1258


Bella Lawn Care
Crestview area.
Res./Comm.
Lic. & Ins. Call Mike
689-3079 or 612-0311


Farm Direct
Centipede, Zoysia, St.
Augustine, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms


LAWN TEK, LLC
Lawn Maintenance
Landscaping, Ir-
rigation, Palm Tree
installation Sod, Dirt
work, Bob Cat Ser-
vices, Trenching &
Debris Hauling.
Free Estimates.
Coall 865-3266 or
682-7316 Lic, In-
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Overly

Mower &Gas pow-
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Your location .
850-758-0397

Searching for lawn
work, tree trimming,
etc. call 537-8616 ask
for Metch.

Yard Dirt
10 ards delivered
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No job to large or
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Legal # 100581
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FO
OKALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE
NO.:09 CP 402 DIV
SION
IN RE: ESTATE OF,
ELBERT L. HE
RINGTON,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDIT
TORS
The administration
the Estate of ELBE
L. HERRINGTON, d
ceased, whose date
death was NovemI
11, 2008, is pending
the Circuit Court
Okaloosa County, F
ida, Probate Divisic
File Number 09
,402, the address
which is P.O. Draw
1359, Crestview, Fl
ida 32536-1359. 1
names and address
of the personal rep
tentative and the p
sonal representative
attorney are set fo
below.
All creditors of the d
cedent and other F
sons, who have clai
or demands again
decedent's estate,
cluding unmatur
contingent or unlic
dated claims, and nw
have been served
copy of this notice
must file their clal
with this court WITH
THE LATER OF THR
(3) MONTHS AFT
THE DATE OF T
FIRST PUBLICATII
OF THIS NOTICE i
THIRTY (30) DAYS A
TER THE DATE
SERVICE OF A CO
OF THIS NOTICE '
THEM.
All other creditors
the decedent and otl
persons who hr
claims or demar
against' the decedent
estate, Including unr
turned, contingent oru
liquidated claims, m
file their claims with t
court WITHIN THR
(3) MONTHS AFT
THE DATE OF T
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WILL BE FO
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDII
THE TIME PERIO
SET FORTH ABOO
ANY CLAIM FIL
TWO (2) YEARS (
MORE AFTER T
DECEDENT'S DATE
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first pu
cation of this notice
May 2, 2009.
Attorney for Perso
Representative:
William V. Linne, E
quire
Florida No. 153430
RO. Box 12347
Pensacols,
32591-2347
850-433-2224



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Good For
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Personal Represe;,ria-
THOMAS ELBERT
HERRiNGTOlI
1525 Roor,6rlave
New Orleans, Louisiana
7011W9
05/02/09
05/09/09



Legal # 100584
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:
46-2009-CA-001233
vs.DIVISION
INDYMAC FEDERAL
BANK FSB,
Plaintiff,
GEORGE R. SAUN-
DERS, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION


nar. beer, fiIe- a3g3,in WHETHER SAID UN- 20060S16 L-
Vou jno v,:,ou ar. re. KNOWN PARTIES plairi,it. C
qu,.recd I.:. er.-e a copy MAY CLAIM AN IN- 3.
Il your r.riner, dn.- TEREST AS SPOUSE, n
.lenses, I any, or, or HEIRS, DEVISEES, 6i
before June 8,2009, on GRANTEES, OR MARY BETH 7'
Florida Default Law OTHER CLAIMANTS VAUGHAN, -AS TRUS- ce
Group, P.L., Plaintiff's TEE OF THE (8
attorney, whose ad- LAST KNOWN AD- VAUGHAN FAMILY
dress is 9119 Corpo- DRESS: UNKNOWN REVOCABLE LIVING
rate Lafe Drive, Suite TRUST DATED NO-
300, Tampa, Florida CURRENT ADDRESS: VEMBER 24, 2003 et
33634, and file the orig- UNKNOWN al, th
inal with this Court ei- Defendant(s)., al
their before service on YOU ARE NOTIFIED w
Plaintiff's attorney or that an action to fore- in
immediately thereafter; close a mortgage on NOTICE OF ACTION da
otherwise a default will the following property th
be entered against you in OKALOOSA County, TO: cc
for the relief demanded Florida: THE UNKNOWN BEN- trr
in the Complaint or pe- EFICIARIES OF THE P.
tuition. LOT 15, BLOCK D, VAUGHAN FAMILY 3;
EGLIN HIGHWAY REVOCABLE LIVING bi
This notice shall be SUBDIVISION, AC- TRUST DATED NO- pr
published once each CORDING TO THE VEMBER 24, 2003 05
week for two consecu- PLAT THEREOF AS 05
tive weeks in the Crest- RECORDED IN PLAT LAST KNOWN AD-
view News Bulletin. BOOK 2, PAGE 85, OF DRESS: UNKNOWN -
THE PUBLIC REC- L
WITNESS my hand and ORDS OF OKALOOSA CURRENT ADDRESS:
the seal of this Court COUNTY, FLORIDA. UNKNOWN
on this 23 day of April,
2009. has been filed against ANY AND ALL UN- I
you and you are re- KNOWN PARTIES
Don W. Howard quired to serve a copy CLAIMING BY,
Clerk of the Court of your written de- THROUGH, UNDER, 1
By: Anita Cantrall senses, if any, on or AND AGAINST THE
before June 8, 2009, HEREIN NAMED :INDI-
As Deputyv Clerk on Florida Default Law VIDUAL DFFFND-


M- TO :... M-"-...... ... . .. .. .
TO: Invoice to & Copy to: Group, P.L., Plaintiff's
JOHN RICHARD Florida Default Law attorney, whose ad-
Of SAUNDERS I Group, RL. dress is 9119 Corpo-
RT LAST KNOWN AD- O. Box 25018 rate Lake Drive, Suite
de- DRESS: 5040 GALLI- Tampa, Florida 300, Tampa, Florida
of VER CUTOFF 33622-5018 33634, and file the orig-
ber BAKER, FL 32531 FIDINDYMAC-CONV-B-r inal with this Court ei-
in harnig-F09020728 their before service on
of CURRENT ADDRESS: **See Americans with Plaintiff's attorney or
or- UNKNOWN \ Disabilities Act immediately thereafter;
n, IMPORTANT otherwise a default will
CP ANY AND ALL UN-, be entered against you
of KNOWN PARTIES In accordance with the for the relief demanded
ver CLAIMING BY, Americans with Disabil- in the Complaint or pe-
or- THROUGH, UNDER, cities Act, persons with tuition.
The AND AGAINST THE disabilities needing
hes HEREIN NAMED INDI- special accommoda- This notice shall be
ses VIDUAL DEFEND- tion to participate in published once each
er- ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT this proceeding should week for two consecu-
esr KNOWN TO BE DEAD contact Court Adminis- tive weeks in the Crest-
rth OR ALIVE, WHETHER tration at 101 James view News Bulletin.
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- Lee Boulevard East,
TIES MAY CLAIM AN Crestview, FL, WITNESS my hand and
d INTEREST AS 32536-3515; telephone the seal of this Court
e- SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- number (850) on this 23 day of April,
er- VISEES, GRANTEES, 689-5000, Extension 2009.
nat OR OTHER CLAIM- 7497, prior to the pro-
in- ANTS ceeding. or Shalimar Don W. Howard
LAST KNOWN AD- (850) 651-7497 Clerk of the Court
, LAST KNOWN AD- u By: Anita Cantrall
u- DRESS: UNKNOWN IMPORTANT 'As Deputy Clerk
ace CURRENT ADDRESS: In accordance with the Invoice to & Copy to:
ms UNKNOWN Americans with Disabil- Florida Default Law
HIN cities Act, persons with Group, PL.
EE disabilities needing RO. Box 25018
ER YOU ARE NOTI- special accommoda- Tampa, Florida
HE FIED that an action to tion to participate in 33622-5018
HN foreclose a mortgage this proceeding should FIDINDYMAC-CONV-B-r
OR on the following prop- contact Court Adminis- harnig-F09023019
OF- erty in OKALOOSA tration at 1250 N. Eglin **See Americans with
OF County, Florida: Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Disabilities Act
OPY THE FOLLOWING DE- 32579; telephone num- IMPORTANT
)PY THE FOLLOWING DE- ber (850) 651-7497,
ON SCRIBED PROPERTY, prior to the proceeding. In accordance with the
SITUATE, LYING AND 05/02/09 Americans with Disa-
of BEING IN OKALOOSA 05/09/09 abilities Act, persons
her COUNTY, FLORIDA 'with disabilities need-
hve TO-WIT:COMMENCE ing special accommo-
ids AT THE SOUTHEAST dation to participate in
nds CORNER OF THE Legal # 100586 this proceeding should
mS SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF contact Court Adminis-
na- SECTION 24, TOWN- IN THE CIRCUIT traction at 101 James
un- SHIP 3 NORTH, COURT OF THE Lee Boulevard East,
ust RANGE 25 WEST, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Crestview FL,
his OKALOOSA, COUNTY, CUlT 32536-3515; telephone
EE FLORIDA; THENCE IN AND FOR number (850)
ER NORTH 87 DEGREES OKALOOSA COUNTY, 689-5000, Extension
HE 40 MINUTES 06 SEC- FLORIDA 7497, prior to the pro-
ON BONDS WEST ALONG CIVILACTION CASE ceeding or Shalimar
THE SOUTH LINE NO.: (850) 651-7497
s- THEREOF A DIS- 46-200-CA-001307
SO TANCE OF 676.63 DIVISION: IMPORTANT
)R- FEET TO THE WEST
RIGHT OF WAY LINE INDYMAC FEDERAL In accordance with the
NG OF. HIGHWAY 189 BANK FSB, Americans with Disa-
GDS (66.00 FEET RIGHT Plaintiff, abilities Act, persons
OF WAY); THENCE with disabilities need-
VE, NORTH 16 DEGREES vs. ing special accommo-
.ED 28 MINUTES 17 SEC- nation to participate in
OR ONDS EAST ALONG JOSIAH RUBEN this proceeding should
HE SAID WEST RIGHT OF SOLBERG A/K/A JO- contact Court Adminis-
OF WAY LINE A DIS- SIAH R. SOLBERG et ration at 1250 N Eglin
TANCE OF 681.00 al, Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
bl FEET TO THE POINT Defendant(s). 32579; telephone num-
SOF BEGINNING; ber (850) 651-7497,
is THENCE CONTINUE NOTICE OF ACTION prior to the proceeding
NORTH 16 DEGREES
n 28 MINUTES 17 SEC- TO: 05/02/09
nal BONDS EAST ALONG GAIL LEE SOLBERG 05/09/09
Es- SAID WEST RIGHT OF A/K/A GAIL L.
Es WAY LINE A DIS- SOLBERG ______
TANCE OF 617.38 LAST KNOWN AD-
FEET; THENCE DRESS: 21 MILLER Legal # 100587
NORTH 73 DEGREES STREET
FL 47 MINUTES 08 SEC- FORT WALTON IN THE CIRCUIT
BONDS WEST A DIS- BEACH, FL 32547 COURT OF THE
TANCE OF 526.86 e FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
FEET; THENCE CURRENT ADDRESS: CU1T
SOUTH 18 DEGREES UNKNOWN IN AND FOR
17 MINUTES 03 SEC- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
ONDS WEST A- DIS- ANY AND ALL UN- FLORIDA
TANCE OF 610.63 KNOWN PARTIES CIVIL ACTION CASE
FEET; THENCE CLAIMING BY, NO.:
SOUTH 73 DEGREES THROUGH, UNDER, 46-2009-CA-001730
01 MINUTE 03 SEC- AND AGAINST THE DIVISION
ONDS EAST, A DIS- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
E TANCE OF 552.70 VIDUAL DEFEND- DEUTSCHE BANK
- FEET TO THE POINT ANT(S) WHO ARE TRUST COMPANY
OF BEGINNING NOT KNOWN TO BE AMERICAS AS TRUS-
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NOT KNOWN TO BE N
DEAD OR ALIVE, S
WHETHER SAID UN- C
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MAY CLAIM AN IN- R
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CURRENT ADDRESS: C


UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an. action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 5, BLOCK 1,
SOUTHWAY ES-
TATES, A SUBDIVI-
SION OF A PORTION
OF SECTION 31,
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 23 WEST, AC-
CORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN MAP
BOOK 12, PAGE 15,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before June 8, 2009,
on Florida Default Law
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin. ,

WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 23 day of April,
2009.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Aunita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PRO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
GMAC-CONV-abiven-F
09030395
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT

In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
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-gal # 100588
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
SFLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
HASE HOME FI-
ANCE LLC SUCCES-
OR BY MERGER TO
HASE MANHATTAN
MORTGAGE CORPO-
ATION,
Plaintiff,
ASE NO.:
6-2009-CA-001617
DIVISION:
HRIS FORRESTER
/K/A CHRISTOPHER
FORRESTER et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE. OF ACTION
0:
HRIS FORRESTER
/K/A CHRISTOPHER
_FORRESTER
AST KNOWN AD-
RESS: 1606 PALM
BOULEVARD
ICEVILLE, FL 32578
CURRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN
UDY C FORRESTER
S AKA JUDY FOR-
ESTER
AST KNOWN AD-
RESS: 1606 PALM
BOULEVARD
ICEVILLE, FL 32578
CURRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN
NY AND ALL UN-
NOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
ND AGAINST THE
EREIN NAMED INDI-
IDUAL DEFEND-
NT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
IR ALIVE, WHETHER
AID UNKNOWN PAR-
IES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
POUSE, HEIRS, DE-
1SEES, GRANTEES,
IR OTHER CLAIM-
NTS
AST KNOWN AD-
RESS: UNKNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN

YOU ARE NOTI-
lED that an action to
ireclose a mortgage
n the following prop-
rty 'in OKALOOSA
county, Florida:

COMMENCING
T THE NORTHWEST
ORNER OF SECTION
7, TOWNSHIP 1
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COUNTY, FLORIDA;
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RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE
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BOULEVARD; THENCE
OUTH 89 DEGREES
8 MINUTES 00 SEC-
iNDS EAST ALONG
AID RIGHT-OF-WAY
INE 1342.50 FEET TO
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/ITH. THE WEST
IGHT-OF-WAY LINE
IF PALM BOULE-
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02 MINUTES 00 SEC- OR ALIVE, WHETHER Pendens must file a Disabilities Act Legal # 100597
ONDS WEST ALONG SAID UNKNOWN PAR- claim within sixty (60) IMPORTANT
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY TIES MAY CLAIM AN days after the sale. IN THE CIRCUIT OF
LINE 368.0 FEET TO INTEREST AS In accordance with THE FIRST JUDICIAL
THE POINT OF BEGIN- SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- WITNESS MY HAND the Americans with Dis- CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
NING; THENCE CON- VISEES, GRANTEES, and the seal of this abilities Act, persons OKALOOSA COUNTY,
TINUE SOUTH 00 DE- OR OTHER CLAIM- Court on April 28, 2009. with disabilities need- FLORIDA CASE NO:
GREES 02 MINUTES ANTS; are the De- ing special accommo- 09-DR-1096-C DIVI-
00 SECONDS WEST fendants, I will sell to Don W. Howard dation to participate in SION
84.0 FEET; THENCE the highest and best Clerk of the Circuit this proceeding should
DEPARTING SAID bidder for cash at Court contact Court Adminis- Cheryllynn Dyess,
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE CRESTVIEW: SOUTH tration at 101 James Petitioner
RUN NORTH 89 DE- FRONT DOOR OF THE By:Viki Jackson Lee Boulevard East, and
GREES 58 MINUTES OKALOOSA COUNTY Deputy Clerk Crestview, FL, Henry Jackson Smith
00 SECONDS WEST COURTHOUSE Publish in Crestview 32536-3515; telephone Respondent.
147.16 FEET; THENCE News Bulletin number (850)
NORTH 11 DEGREES SHALIMAR: IN FRONT Invoice To: Florida De- 689-5000, Extension NOTICE OF ACTION
45 MINUTES 46 SEC- OF CLERK'S FRONT fault Law Group, RL. 7497, prior to the pro- FOR CHILDREN
ONDS EAST, 86.03 DOOR OF SHALIMAR RO. Box 25018 ceeding. or Shalimar NAME CHANGE
FEET; THENCE ANNEX at 11:00AM, on Tampa, Florida (850) 651-7497
SOUTH 89 DEGREES the 9 day of June 2009, 33622-5018 TO: Henry Jackson
51 MINUTES 50 SEC- the following described F 0 7 0 3 9 3 4 4 IMPORTANT Smith
ONDS EAST, 129.67 property as set forth in STANDARDMC-SPECF Address: #338516
FEET TO THE POINT said Final Judgment: HLMC-R-ejayska In accordance with D-3-108B PO BOX 276
OF BEGINNING. A/K/A THE EAST 3.00 FEET **See Americans with the Americans with Dis- Dodge State Prison
LOT 5, BLOCK F, MAG- OF LOT 7 AND THE Disabilities Act abilities Act, persons Chester, GA 3102
NOLIA SHORES, AN WEST 11.00 FEET OF IMPORTANT with disabilities need-
UNRECORDED SUBDI- LOT 6, BLOCK B, ing special accommo- YOU ARE NOTIFIED
VISION PINE MEADOWS AD- In accordance with nation to participate in that an action has been
DITION NO. 3, PHASE the Americans with Dis- this proceeding should filed against you and
has been filed against 2, ACCORDING TO abilities Act, persons contact Court Adminis- that you are required to
you and you are re- THE PLAT THEREOF, with disabilities need- tration at 1250 N. Eglin serve a copy of your
quired to serve a copy RECORDED IN PLAT ing special accommo- Parkway, Shalimar, FL, written defenses, if any,
of your written de- BOOK 7, PAGE 43, OF dation to participate in 32579; telephone .num- to it on Cheryllynn'
senses, if any, on or THE PUBLIC REC- this proceeding should ber (850) 651-7497, Dyess whose address
before June 11, 2009, ORDS OF OKALOOSA contact Court Adminis- prior to the proceeding. is 1376 Georgia Ave.
on Florida Default Law COUNTY, FLORIDA tration at 101 James 05/09/09 Baker FI 32531 on or
Group, RL., Plaintiff's Lee Boulevard East, 05/16/09 before 6-16-2009, and
attorney, whose ad- A/K/A 501 CHINAS Crestview, FL, file the original with the
dress is 9119 Corpo- COVE #UNIT G, FORT 32536-3515; telephone clerk of this Court at
rate Lake Drive, Suite WALTON BEACH, FL number (850) 1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
300, Tampa, Florida 32547-0000 689-5000, Extension Legal # 100596 Shalimar, FI 32579, be-
33634, and file the orig- 7497, prior to the pro- fore service on Peti-


final with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
In the, Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand
and the seal of this
Court on this 27 day of
April, 2009.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court

By: Aunita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
CHASEDIRECT-CONV-
abiven-F09030768
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act .
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000,' Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,'
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
05/02/09
05/09/09


Legal #.100593
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR.
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
GMAC MORTGAGE,
LLC,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.
46-2008-CA-000882
vs.
DIVISION
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
CARRIE L HOYT A/K/A
CARRIE LEA HOYT,
DECEASED, et al,
Defendant(s).
/
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS
HEREBY, GIVEN pursu-
ant to a Final Judgment
of Mortgage Foreclo-
sure dated April 29,
'2009 and entered in
Case No.
46-2008-CA-000882 of
the Circuit. Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein GMAC MORT-
GAGE, LLC, is the
Plaintiff and THE UN-
KNOWN HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES, AS-
SIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUS-
TEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER, CARRIE L HOYT
A/K/A CARRIE LEA
HOYT, DECEASED;
DONALD RAY
RESTER, AS AN HEIR
OF THE ESTATE OF
CARRIE L HOYT A/K/A
CARRIE LEA HOYT,
DECEASED; CHARLES
LAVONE RESTER, AS
AN HEIR OF THE ES-
TATE OF CARRIE L
HOYT A/K/A CARRIE
LEA HOYT, DE-
CEASED; ANY AND
ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED 'INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD


Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L. P.O. Box
25018 Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion 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 proceeding. or
Shalimar 850-651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway,, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850)651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.


Any person claim- ceeding. or Shallmar IN THE CIRCUIT tioner immediately 5/9/2009
Ing an Interest In the (850) 651-7497 COURT OF THE thereafter. If you fall to 5/16/2009
surplus from the sale; FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- do so, a default may
If any, other than the IMPORTANT CUlT be entered against
property owner as of IN AND FOR you for the relief de-
the date of the LIs In accordance with OKALOOSA COUNTY, manded In the peti-
Pendens must file a the Americans with Dis- FLORIDA tion.
claim within sixty (60) abilities Act, persons CIVIL ACTION
days after the sale. with disabilities need- Copies of all court
WITNESS MY ing special accommo- JPMORGAN CHASE documents in' this
HAND and the seal of nation to participate In BANK, NATIONAL AS- case, including LEGAL # 120216
this Court on April 30, this proceeding should SOCIATION, orders, are available
2009. contact Court Adminis- Plaintiff, at the Clerk of the Cir- IN THE CIRCUIT
tration at 1250 N. Eglin cult Court's office. COURTOF THE
Don W. Howard Parkway, Shalimar, FL, CASE NO. You may review these FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
32579; telephone num- 46-2008-CA-005002 documents upon re- IN A TFOR
Clerk of the Circuit ber (850) 651-7497, vs. quest. IN AND FOR
Court prior to the proceeding. DIVISION OKALOOSA COUN',
You must keep the FLORIDA
By: Viki Jackson 05/09/09 PATRICE M. HOFF- Clerk of the Circuit CIVIL ACTION CASE
Deputy Clerk 05/16/09 MAN, et al, Court's office notified NO: 46-2008-CA-
Publish in Crestview Defendant(s). of your current ad- 003872 FILE NO:
News Bulletin dress. (You may file F08056700
Invoice To: Florida De- Legal # 100595 / Notice of Current
fault Law Group, RL. Address, Florida Su-
RO. Box 25018 IN THE CIRCUIT NOTICE OF FORE- preme Court Ap- U.S. BANK NATIONAL
Tampa, Florida COURT OF THE CLOSURE SALE proved Family Law ASSOCIATION AS
33622-5018 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Firm 12.915.) Fature TRUSTEE,
F 0 8 0 1 0 1 3 1 CUlT NOTICE IS HEREBY papers in this lawsuit Plaintiff,
GMAC-FNMA-abiven IN AND FOR GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- will be mailed to the
**See Americans with OKALOOSA COUNTY, nal Judgment of Mort- address on record at
Disabilities Act FLORIDA gage Foreclosure the clerk's office. ys.
IMPORTANT CIVIL ACTION dated April 29, 2009 PHI
and entered in Case WARNING: Rule HYE CHONG PHIL-
In accordance with CHASE HOME FI- N o 12.285, Florida Family LIPS, et al,
the-Americans with Dis- NANCE LLC SUCCES- 46-2008-CA-005002 of Law Rules of Proce- Defendant(s).
abilities Act, persons SOR BY MERGER TO the Circuit Court of the dure, requires certain NOTICE OF ORE-
with disabilities need- CHASE MANHATTAN FIRST Judicial Circuit automatic disclosure NOTICE OF 'ORE-
irig special accommo- MORTGAGE 'CORPO- in and for OKALOOSA of documents and In- CLOSURE SALE
nation to participate in RATION, County, Florida formation. Failure to
this proceeding should Plaintiff, wherein JPMORGAN comply can result in NOTICE IS HEREBY
contact Court Adminis- CHASE BANK, NA- sanctions, including GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
tration at 101 James CASE NO TIONAL ASSOCIA- dismissal or striking nal Judgment of Mort-
Lee Boulevard East, 46-2008-CA-003934 TION, is the Plaintiff of pleadings. gage Foreclosure
Crestview FL vs and PATRICE M. dated April 29, 2009
32536-3515; telephone DIVISION HOFFMAN; EMERALD Dated 5-5-09 and entered in Case
number (850) LAKES PROPERTY CLERK OF THE CIR- N 0' .
689-5000, Extension KATHERINE S. VANCE OWNERS ASSOCIA- CUIT COURT 462008CA003872 of
7497, prior to the pro- et al TION, INC.; are the BY: Edna Hoke the Circuit Court of the
ceeding. or Shalimar D efendant(s) Defendants, I will sell to Deputy Clerk FIRST Judicial Circuit
(850) 651-7497 the, highest and best in and for OKALOOSA
( bidder for cash at 5-9-09 County, Florida
IMPORTANT CRESTVIEW: SOUTH 5-16-09 wherein U.S. BANK NA-
NOTICE OF FORECLO- FRONT DOOR OF THE 5-23-09 TIONAL ASSOCIATION
In accordance with SURE SALE OKALOOSA COUNTY 5-30-09 Plain USTEEff is HYhe
the Americans with.Dis- .-NOTICE IS COURTHOUSE CHONG an PHLLPS
abilities Act, persons HEREBY GIVEN pursu- ERIC D. PHILLIPS
with disabilities need- ant to a Final Judgment SHALIMAR: IN FRONT MORTGAGE ELEC-
ing special accommo- of Mortgage Foreclo- OF CLERK'S FRONT LEGAL # 120213 TRONIC REGISTRA-
dation to participate in sure dated April 29 DOOR OF SHALIMAR TION SYSTEMS, IN-
this proceeding should 2009 and entered in ANNEX at 11:00AM, on IN THE CIRCUIT CORPORATED, AS
contact Court Adminis- Case No the 9 da of June, COURT OF THE. NOMINEE FOR HOME-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin 46-2008-CA-003934 of 2009, the following de FIRST JUDICIAL CR- OMINGS FINANCIAL
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, the Circuit Court of the scribed property as set CUlT IN AND FOR LLC; are the Defend
2579; telephone num FIRST Judicial Circuit forth in said Final Judg- OKALOOSA COUNTY, ants, I will sell to the
ber (850) 651-7497, in and for OKALOOSA ment: FLORIDA CIVIL AC- highest and best bid-
pnor to the procee County, Florida TION CASE NO: der for cash- at CREST-
wherein CHASE HOME LOT 17, EMERALD 46-2008-CA-004898 VIEW: SOUTH FRONT
05/09/09 FINANCE LLC SUC- LAKES PHASE III, BE- DIVISION: FILE DOOR OF THE
05/16/09 CESSOR BY MERGER ING A PORTION OF NO:F08071894 OKALOOSA COUNTY
TO CHASE MANHAT- UNSECTIONALIZED COURTHOUSE
TAN MORTGAGE TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, WELLS FARGO SHALMAR: N FRONT
Legal # 100594 CORPORATION, is the RANGE 22 WEST, BANK, NA, OF CLERK'S FRONT
Plaintiff and KATHER- OKALOOSACOUNTY, Plaintiff, DOOR OFSHAMAR
IN THE CIRCUIT INE S. VANCE ANY FLORIDA, ACCORD-
N AND ALL UNKNOWN ING TO THE PLAT RE- vs.ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
COURT OF THE AND ALL UNKNOWN CORDED I PLAT vs the 9 day of June,
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- PARTIES CLAIMING CORDED IN PLAT 2009, the following de-
CUT BY, THROUGH, UN- BOOK 19, PAGES 5 JEFFERY T. scribed property as set
IN AND FOR DER, AND AGAINST AND 6, OF THE PUB- BRUNSON, et al, forth in said Final Judg-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, THE HEREIN NAMED LIC RECORDS OF Defendantss. ment:
FLORIDA INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- SAID COUNTY. LOT 6, BLOCK B, FOR-
CIVIL ACTION ANT(S),WHO ARE NOT NOTICE OF ACTION EST MANOR SUBDIVI-
KNOWN TO BE DEAD SION, ACCORDING TO
OR ALIVE, WHETHER A/K/A 334 TEQUESTA TO: JEFFERY T. THE PLAT THEREOF
STANDARD MORT- SAID UNKNOWN PAR- DRIVE, DESTINY, FL BRUNSON ".LAST AS RECORDED IN
GAGE CORPORATION, TIES MAY CLAIM AN 32541 KNOWN ADDRESS: PLAT BOOK 5,
Plaintiff, CASE INTEREST AS 418 9th Avenue PAGES) 18, OF THE
CASE NO SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- Any person claiming Shalimar, FL 32579 PUBLIC RECORDS OF
2007-CA-4592VISEES, GRANTEES an Interest n the sur- CURRENT ADDRESS: OKALOOSA COUNTY,
vs.DVISIO "OR OTHER CLAIM- plus from the sale, if UNKNOWN FLORIDA
vs. DIVISION ANTS; OKALOOSA'any, other than the FLORIDA.
DIANE K BREWER COMMUNITY DEVEL- property owner as of ANY AND ALL. UN- A/K/A 6 CINDERELLA
F/K/A DIANE K BONA- OPMENT CORPORA- the date Of tie Lis KNOWN PARTIES COURT NW, FORT
DONNA, et al,. TION, INC.; are the Pendens must file a CLAIMING BY, WALTON BEACH, FL
Defendantss. Defendants, I will sell to claim within sixty (60) THROUGH, UNDER, 32547
Defendantss. the highest and best days after the sale. AND AGAINST THE
NOTICE OF RE- bidder for cash at HEREIN NAMED INDI- Any person claiming an
SCHEDULED FORE- CRESTVIEW: SOUTH WITNESS MY HAND VIDUAL DEFEND- interest in the surplus
CLOSURE SALE FRONT DOOR OF THE and the seal of this ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT from the sale, if any,
OKALOOSA COUNTY Court on April 30, 2009. KNOWN TO BE DEAD other than the property
NOTICE IS HEREBY COURTHOUSE OR ALIVE, WHETHER owner as of the date of
GIVEN pursuant to an wa SAID UNKNOWN PAR- the Lis Pendens must
Order puReschedulin SHALIMAR: IN FRONT TIES MAY CLAIM AN file a claim within sixty
Foreclosure Sale dated OF CLERK'S FRONT Clerk of the Circut INTEREST AS (60) days after the sale.
April 27, 2009 and en- DOOR OF SHALIMAR Court SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- WITNESS MY HAND
tered 'in Case NO. ANNEX at 11:00AM, on VISEES, GRANTEES, and the seal of this
2007-CA-4592 ef the the 9 day of June, OR' OTHER CLAIM- Court on April 30,,2009.
Circuit Court of the 2009, the following de- ByViki Jackson ANTS
FIRST Judicial Circuit scribed property as set LAST KNOWN AD- DonWHowaid
in and for OKALOOSA forth in said Final Judg- D DRESS: UNKNOWN Clerk of the Circuit
County, Florida ment: Deputy lerkr CURRENT ADDRESS: Court
w SPublish in Crestview UNKNOWN
wherein STANDARD News Bulletin '
RATION, is the Plaintiff LOTA39, PINE RIDGE Invoice To: Florida De- YOU ARE NOTIFIED put Clerk
and DIANE K BREWER TRACE, A fault Law Group, L. that an action to fore-
F/K/A DIANE K BONA- TOWNHOME DEVEL- RO. Box25018 ..close a mortgage on Florida Defaqlt Law
DONNA; GARY C. OPMENT, ACCORD- Tampa, Florida the following property Group, RL.
BONADONNA; RE- ING TO THE PLAT 3362250 18 in OKALOOSA County, RO. Box 25018
GIONS BANK SUC- FILED THEREOF IN F 0. 8 0 7 6 4 6 7 Flda T lampa, Florida
CESSOR BY MERGER PLAT BOOK 7 WMFIDELT-SPECFH LOT 17, PINE FOREST 33622-5018
TO AMSOUTH BANK; PAGES 60 AND 61, INI MC-R-ejayska SUBDIVISION, AC-
are the Defendants, THE OFFICE OF THE **See mericans with CORDING TO THE IMPORTANT
will sell to the highest CLERK OF CIRCUIT Disabilities Act PLAT THEREOF AS In accordance with the
and best bidder for OKALOOSA COUNTY, IMPORTANT RECORDED IN PLAT Americans with'Disabil-
cash at CRESTVIEW: FLORIDA In accordance with BOOK 8, PAGE 88, ties Act, persons with
SOUTH FRONT DOOR PUBLIC RECORDS OF disabilities needing
OFUT THEFROKALOOSA A/K/A 39 LOG the Americans with Dis- OKALOOSA COUNTY, special accommoda-
COUNTY COURT- PLACE, DESTIN, FL abilities Act, persons FLORIDA. to participate in
.HOUSE 325410000h wIth disabilities need- has been filed against this proceeding should
.U ing special accommo- you and you are re- t r dins
A dation to participate in you and you are re- contact Court Adminis-
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT Any person claim- dation to participate in quired to serve a copy traction at 101 James
OF CLERK'S FRONT ing an Interest In the thS taP rocedngA sd of your written de- Lee Boulevard East,
DOOR OF SHALIMAR surplus from the sale contact Court Adminis- senses, if any, on or be- Crestview, FL,
ANNEX at11:00AM, on If any, other than the tration at 101 James oreJune 15, 2009, on 32536-3515; telephone
the 26 day of May, property owner as of CLee Boulevard Eastiew Florida Default Law number (850)
2009, the following de- the date of the Lis Crestview, e FL, Group, .L., Plaintiff's 689-5000, Extension
scribed property as set Pendens must file a 32536-355; tepone attorney, whose ad- 7497, prior to the pro-
forth in said Final Judg- claim within sixty 6890) 00 Extension dres is 9119 Corpo- ceeding. or Shalimar
ment: days after the sale. 6890, Extension rate Lake Drive, Suite (850) 651-7497
ment 7497, prior to the pro- 300, Tam a, Florida
LOT 39, BLOCK 4, WITNESS MY HAND feeding. or Shalimar 33634, andfile original IMPORTANT
COLONY ESTATES, and the seal of this 50) 651-7497 with this Court either In accordance with the
ACCORDING TO. THE Court on April 30, 2009. IMPORTANT before service on Americans with Disabil-
PLAT THEREOF AS Don W. Howard Plaintiff's attorney or cities Act, persons with
RECORDED IN PLAT Clerk of the Circuit In accordance with Immediately thereafter; disabilities needing
BOOK 2, PAGE 134, Court the Amians whith s otherwise a default will special accommoda-
OF THE PUBLIC REC- By:Viki Jackson the Americans with Dis- be entered against you tion to participate in
ORDS OF OKALOOSA Deputy Clerk abilities Actpersons for the relief demanded this proceeding should
COUNTY, FLORIDA. with disablte need- in the Complaint or pe- contact Court Adminis-
Publish in Crestview ,ingspecial accommo- tuition. traction at 1250 N. Eglin
A/K/A 327 PLYMOUTH News Bulletin nation to participate in This notice shall be Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
AVENUE, FT WALTON, Invoice To: Florida De- this proceeding should published once each 32579; telephone num-
FL32547 faut LawGroup,RL contact Court Adminis- week for two consecu- ber (850) 651-7497
Pcm RO. Box 25018 traion at 1250 N. Ein tive weeks in the Crest- prior to the proceeding.
Any person claiming Tampa, Florida Farkway, Shalimar, rL, view News Bulletin.
an intes n the sur 33622-5018 32579; telephone num-9 WITNESS my hand and 5/9/2009
lIus from the sale If F 0 8 0 5 7 6 2 6 ber (850) 651-7497, the seal of this Court 5/16/2009
any, other than the CHASEDIRECT-FHA-a prior to the proceeding. on this 29 day of April, 562009
property owner as of biven 2009.
the date of the LIs **See Americans with 05/09/09


LEGAL#120214
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:2007CA00
5407S FILE
NO:F07048293

HSBC BANK USA,
NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE
(THE TRUSTEE) OF
J.P. MORGAN ALTER-
NATIVE LOAN TRUST
2006-A7 (THE
TRUSTEE ,
Plaintiff,


LEGAL#120215
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO: 2007CA00
5621S FILE NO:
F07053656
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK, AS INDEN-
TURED TRUSTEE,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE CWABS, INC,
ASSET-BACKED
NOTES, SERIES
2007-SEA1,
Plaintiff,

vs.


(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
5/9/2009
5/16/2009


LEGAL#120217
IN THE'CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AIND FORI


----II---- --~-


KAREN J. HEINRICH, ROGER R. BRUNSON, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
et al, et al, FLORIDA
Defendant(s). Defendantss. CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:46-2008-CA-004528
NOTICE OF FORE- NOTICE OF RE- FILE NO:F08066886
CLOSURE SALE SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY U.S. BANK NATIONAL
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- NOTICE IS HEREBY ASSOCIATION, AS
nal Judgment of Mort- GIVEN pursuant to an TRUSTEE FOR SASCO
gage Foreclosure Order Rescheduling 2005-WF4,
dated April 29, 2009 Foreclosure Sale dated Plaintiff,
and entered in Case April 28, 2009 and en-
No. 2007 CA 005407 S tered in Case NO. 2007 vs.
of the Circuit Court of CA 005621 S of the Cir-
the FIRST Judicial Cir- cuit.Court of the FIRST
cuit in and for Judicial Circuit in and WILLIAM GRADY eat al,
OKALOOSA County, for OKALOOSA Defendant(s).
Florida wherein HSBC County, Florida
BANK USA, NATIONAL wherein THE BANK OF
ASSOCIATION, AS NEW YORK, AS IN- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
TRUSTEE (THE DENTURED TRUSTEE, SURE SALE
TRUSTEE) OF J.P.R FOR THE BENEFIT OF
MORGAN ALTERNA- THE CWABS, INC, NOTICE IS HEREBY
TIVE LOAN TRUST ASSET-BACKED GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
2006-A7 (THE NOTES, SERIES nal Judgment of Mort-
TRUSTE), is the Plain- 2007-SEA1, is the gage Foreclosure
tiff and KAREN J. Plaintiff and ROGER R. dated April 29, 2009
HEINRICH; FLAGSTAR BRUNSON; are the and entered in Case
BANK, FSB; FOX VAL- Defendants, I will sell to N o
LEY OWNER'S ASSO- the highest and best 46-2008-CA-004528 of
CIATION, INC.; are bidder for cash at IN the Circuit Court of the
the Defendants, I will FRONT OF CLERK'S FIRST Judicial Circuit
sell to the highest and FRONT DOOR OF in and for OKALOOSA
best bidder for cash at SHALIMAR ANNEX at County, Florida
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S 11:00AM, on the 2 da wherein U.S. BANK NA-
FRONT DOOR OF of June, 2009, the fol- TIONAL ASSOCIA-
SHALIMAR ANNEX at lowing described prop- TION, AS TRUSTEE
11:00AM, on the 9 day erty as set forth in said FOR SASCO
of June, 2009, the fol- Final Judgment: 2005-WF4, is the Plain-
lowing described prop- BEGIN AT THE tiff and WILLIAM
erty as set forth in said SOUTHWEST COR- GRADY; BARBARA
Final Judgment: NER OF LOT 52, LISCHER; ANY AND
LOT 7, BLOCK F, FOX BLOCK D, CALHOUN'S ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
VALLEY, PHASE 1, A SECOND REVISION, TIES CLAIMING BY,
SUBDIVISION IN THE DESTIN, FLORIDA, THROUGH UNDER,
CITY OF CRESTVIEW, PROCEED NORTH 50 AND AGAINST THE
SECTIONS 26 AND 35, DEGREES 21 MIN- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, UTES EAST ALONG VIDUAL DEFEND-
RANGE 24 WEST, THE SOUTH LINE OF ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
OKALOOSA COUNTY, LOT 52, 100.00 FEET, KNOWN TO BE DEAD
FLORIDA, ACCORD- THENCE NORTH 39 OR ALIVE, WHETHER
ING TO PLAT RE- DEGREES 39 SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
CORDED IN PLAT MINUTES WEST, TIES MAY CLAIM AN
BOOK 21, PAGES 29 120.00 FEET ALONG INTEREST AS
THROUGH 32, INCLU- THE EAST 'PROPERTY SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
SIVE, OF THE PUBLIC LINE, THENCE SOUTH VISEES, GRANTEES,
RECORDS OF SAID 50 DEGREES 21 MIN- OR OTHER CLAIM-
COUNTY. UTES WEST 100.00 ANTS; are the De-
FEET PARALLEL TO fendants, I will sell to
A/K/A 648 TERRITORY THE SOUTH LINE OF the highest and best
LANE, CRESTVIEW, FL LOT 52, THENCE bidder for cash at
325360000 SOUTH 39 DEGREES CRESTVIEW: SOUTH
39 MINUTES EAST FRONT DOOR OF THE
Any person claiming an 120.00 FEET ALONG OKALOOSA COUNTY
interest in the surplus THE WEST PROPERTY COURTHOUSE
from the sale, if any, LINE. TO THE POINT
other than the property OF BEGINNING. THIS SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
owner as of the date of PROPERTY IS FUR- OF CLERK'S FRONT
the Lis Pendens must THEIR DESCRIBED AS DOOR OF SHALIMAR
file a claim within sixty BEING THE SOUTH- ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
(60) days after the sale. EAST 120.00 FEET OF the 9 day of June,
WITNESS MY HAND. LOT 52, CALHOUN'S 2009, the following de-
and the seal of this SECOND REVISION scribed, property as set
Court on April 30, 2009. AS RECORDED IN fort in said Final Judg-
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE ment:
Don W. Howard .. 43A, OF THE PUBLIC LOT 24 BLOCK 8,
Clerk of the- Circuit RECORDS OF BEL-AIR ADDITION TO
Court OKALOOSA COUNTY, FORT WALTON
FLORIDA. BEACH, ACCORDING
By:Vickie Jackson TO 'THE PLAT
Deputy Clerk A/K/A 314 CALHOUN THEREOF; AS RE-
AVENUE, DESTIN, FL CORDED IN PLAT
Florida Default Law 32541 BOOK 2, PAGE 56, OF
Group, RL . THE PUBLIC REC-
RO. Box 25018 Any person claiming an ORDS OF OKALOOSA
Tampa, Florida interest in the surplus COUNTY, FLORIDA
33622-5018 from the sale, if any,
other than the property A/K/A 158 RAINBOW
IMPORTANT owner as of the date of DRIVE NW, FORT
In accordance with the the Us Pendens must WALTON BEACH, FL
Americans with Disabil- file a claim within sixty 32548
cities Act, persons with (60) days after the sale.
disabilities needing WITNESS Mf HAND Any person claiming an
special accommoda- and the seal of this interest in the surplus
tion to participate in Court on April 29, 2009. from the sale, if any,
this proceeding should other than the property
contact Court Adminis- Don W. Howard owner as of the date of
tration at 101 James Clerk of' the Circuit the Lis Pendens must
Lee Boulevard East, Court' file a claim within sixty
Crestview, FL, (60) days after the sale.
32536-3515; telephone By:Vickie Jackson WITNESS MY HAND
number (850) Deputy Clerk and the seal of this
689-5000, Extension Court on April 30, 2009.
7497, prior to the pro- Florida Default Law
ceeding. or Shalimar Group,RL. DonWHoward
(850).651-7497 RO. Box 25018 Clerk of the Circuit
Tampa, Florida Court
IMPORTANT 33622-5018
In accordance with the By: Vickie Jackson
Americans with Disabil- IMPORTANT Deputy Clerk
cities Act, persons with In accordance with the
disabilities needing Americans with Disa- Florida Default Law
special accommoda- abilities Act, persons Group, P L.
tion to participate in with disabilities need- RO. Box 25018
this proceeding should ing special accommo- Tampa, Florida
contact Court Adminis- nation to participate in 33622-5018
tration at 1250 N. Eglin this proceeding should
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, contact Court Adminis- IMPORTANT
32579; telephone num- tration at 101. James In accordance with the
ber, (850) 651-7497, Lee Boulevard East, Americans with Disa-
prior to the proceeding. Crestview, FL, abilities Act, persons
32536-3515; telephone with disabilities need-
5/9/2009 number (850) ing special accommo-
5/16/2009 689-5000, Extension dation to participate in
7497, prior to the pro- this proceeding should
ceeding. or Shalimar g









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Classifieds


Crestview News Bulletin 1 13


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 Shalmar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
5/9/2009
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2120 Pet Suppliles
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parts, toys, maternity &
other women clothing.
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Huge Yard Sale
Sat. May 9, 7am-lpm,
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Vet.) Jr. names brand
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$600. Call 499-8086


| 3300
Elect. Hospt. Bed
$1000. 15ft boat, mo-
tor, & trailer as is
$1000. Mobile home
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$7500. Rented lot. call
Jim 850-843-0351




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or 682-8867 Realty 850-472-2500
Holt For rent or sale.


BWB large 2087sf, 3 br
+ office, 2 ba 2 cg, FRP
FL room, quiet. neigh-
borhood w/2 pools. All
appls. $1299/mo+ SD.
SESr OR;REAtF Pets negotiable. 1-3 yr
Susineslease. Avail now. (850)
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Apartments Crestview 2BR/1BA all
Beach Rentals. appliances included +-
condo/Townhouse washer & dryer.
-House Rentals Fenced in backyard.
Roommate Wanted Fe din b alc
Rooms for Rent $700. Call
Mobile Home/Lot 850-259-0267
Out-of-Town Rentals
Timeshare Rentals
Vacation Rentals


3. Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
B6100 n home. O NLY $850 mo!
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Real Estate 315-0972
view
office Space Crestview- 4br, 2ba w/
offices now avail- bonus room. Large
ffi c nowail- Fenced Backyard $795
in McLains Office mo+$700dd. 689-1285
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W/D hkups. $650 mo
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For Sale by Owner
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Brick house w/fireplace.
6110 Move in ready. $8000 tax
credit for I st time
homebuyer. Qualifies for
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CW r0JAH which finances 102%.
S$115,000 means payment
around $720
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$700 mo, $725 .dd. $450/mo includes all
smoke/pets. Near utils & cable. Call
er Elem. 240-0890 689-8978


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News

& NOTES

GOLF
Foxwood C.C.
Thursday Lowball
April 30
1. Howard Mitchell,
George Smith, Lavaughn
Dorman, Jerry Smyrl -12
2. Richard Lawson, David
Hinnnt, Don Mazerat,
Charlie Peele -7
3. Bill Goodard, Ron
Magruder, Jerry Devoy,
Johnny Ray Ray -7
4.Tim Fink, Paul Coyne,
George Bonner,Werth
Pittman -6

His and Her
Tournament
Flight A
1. Pat Martin, Dean
Martin +9
2. Mary Grqsskurth,
Charles Grosskurth +8
3. Beverly Coyne, Paul
Coyne +2
Flight B
I.Judy Beard, Bill Beard
+19
2. Chloette- Bass,Mike
Costabile + I I
3. Kerry Barbee, Mike
Bouchard +10
Flight C
1. Lou McCosh, Paul
McCosh +4
2. Krystal McLane, Ron
Magruder Even,
3.Jan Lang, Norm
Hullinger -2

Sunday Lowball
May 3
I, David Hinnat,Archie
Perez, Ron Magruder,
Brandon Moser -14
2. Steve Whiddon, Jerry
Maughon, Les Cadenhead,
Danny Josey, Roy Flinchum
-13 ,
3. Larry Fordyce, David
Gansel, Dick Hickson,Tom
Prier 12
4. Chester Highsmith,
Andrew Lawson, Richard
Lawson, Matt Hayden II
5. Brad Gutnik, Howard
Mitchell, Heidi Blairjohn
Blair -I 1
6. Mike Bouchard, Don
Breitbach, Nancy Breitbach,
Kerry Barbee,A.J.Anderson
-9

BRIEFS
Foxwood Ladies
golf tournament
The 2009 Foxwood
Ladies Golf Association
tournament is scheduled
for May 13 at Foxwood.
Proceeds from the
tournament will go to help
local charities and schools.
Gold sponsorships are
available for $ i00. Silver
sponsorships are $50.
For more information,
contact FLGA president
Beverly Coyne at 683-9640
or tournament chairwoman
FayeThomas at 682-0705.

Carver-Hill May Day
Golf Tournament
Carver-Hill Historical
Society will host a Four-
Man Florida Lowball
tournament May 22 at
Foxwood Country Club.
There will be a shotgun
start at 8 a.m.
Cost of the tournament
is $45 per person and $ I
per mulligan.
Entry fee includes prizes
for the winners and lunch.
The tournament also is
looking for sponsors.
Fmo more information on
entering the tournament
or being a sponsor contact
Carolyn Hutchison at 217-
5193 or Betty Jackson at
830-3838.

Heavy Hitters
12U Baseball
Northwest Florida Heavy
Hitters 12U baseball will
conduct workouts from
3-5 p.m. every Sunday at the
Baker Area Youth Sports
Complex.
Tournaments don't start
until after the middle school
season.
For more information,
call Melvin at 902-6237 or
Greg at 496-9235.


BSC the right fit for Domangue


Baker's stand out QB. signs

with Division III team


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER Cameron Domangue is
taking his record-setting act to col-
lege. /
The Baker quarterback, who
piled up more than 2,500 yards to-
tal offense last season, has signed
papers with NCAA Division III up-
and-comer Birmingham Southern.
"It's kind of a relief (to have the
decision made)," Domangue said.
"It's something I've been thinking
about all year. It's something I've
been contemplating all year.
"I'm glad to have it behind me
and have my decision made and
have my heart set on where I'm go-
ing."
Baker coach Bob Kellogg
couldn't agree more with
Domangue's decision.


"I think it's a great choice for
him," Kellogg said. "They've want-
ed him all year, but he just wanted
to see what else was out there. I
think he made the best choice for
him."
Domangue was attracted to
everything about the Panther pro-
gram.
"They have a great up-and-com-
ing program," he said. "They are
kind of new.
"They want me to play on the
offensive side of the ball. And they
said I'll fit well into their scheme. So
I think that will work well for us."
Domangue will move from the
quarterback slot he's occupied at
Baker the last two seasons into a
slot/wingback or tailback position.
One of the selling points by Pan-

See DOMANGUE 9


MAKING IT OFFICIAL: Baker senior Cameron Domangue (front right)
signs his paperwork to play football at Birmingham Southern.
Joining him are his mother, Regina Hinesley, Principle Tom Shipp,
Coaches David Oglesby and Andy Valmus, and head coach Bob
Kellogg.


A scrimmage to remember


Baker's Maroon-White'game benefits memorial scholarship fund


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER The Baker foot-
ball team will take the field
at 6 p.m. Friday to honor
the memory of GatQr foot-'
ball players Travis Peoples
and Tyler Jones.
All gate receipts from
the Maroon and White
scrimmage will go to the
Baker Football Scholarship
in Memory of Peoples and
Jones.
Peoples died in the sum-
mer of 2007. Jones died in
late 2008.
"We started this with
Travis Peoples," Baker
football coach and athletic
director Bob Kellogg said.
"With the loss of Tyler
Jones, we thought we would
rename it so we could have
both kids' name on it."
The concept is simple
and open to any Gator se-
nior football player.
"What we are doing is
the each year the football
program throws in $500 (in
scholarship money) toward
any senior football player
that played the previous
year, and then we take all
the money from this game
and we put it in that schol-
arship fund," Kellogg said.
"We give it to that senior
who wins that scholarship
award.
All the seniors are given
an application where they
list all of their accomplish-
ments, both academically
and outside as far as what
they do for the commu-
nity and what they do for
the school clubs. They
also have to write' a paper


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
A GLIMPSE AT THE FUTURE: Christian Mainor (with ball) gets a carry for the Gators during a 2008 contest. Vada
Moore (right) and Mainor are two of the contenders for the Baker quarterback spot for the 2009 season.
Jacob Ates (middle) looks to block for Mainor.


about what football meant
to them during their high
school career.
Once the applications
are filled out and the es-
says written, a committee
of three administrators and
two coaches reviews every-
thing and pick a winner.
The scholarship isn't re-
stricted to an academic set-
ting. The recipient also can
use the money to attend a
vocational school.
Russell Scott was the in-


augural winner in 2008.
"Last year Russell Scott
won it and it was $1,600,
so we had a great gate,"
Kellogg said. "For Russell
Scott it allowed him to get
books and allowed him to
pay tuition.
"I was really proud of it
last year because Russell
Scott was a kid that worked
hard. ... He didn't have a lot
of awards that he won here
as a far as individual awards,
but he was a great team


player and he did whatever
you wanted (him to do)."
Kellogg has been sur-
prised by the response to
the scholarship.
"What's amazing is last
year when we did it, we
threw in $500, and I never
dreamed we'd come up
with another $1,100 at that
game," he said. "We had
a donation bucket also as
they paid their entry fee
and they had a lot people
donate (more).


"What was unique to me
last year was one of the of-
ficials came in the gate last
year to call the game and
gave $100 toward the schol-
arship. So you had a lot of
positive response from
people that aren't even a.
part of the Baker commu-
nity, but they see we are
trying to help kids."
Kellogg remains cau-
tiously optimistic with a

See BAKER 9


Filling in the dash for Lance Richbourg


FINAL RICHBOURG STATISTICS
Appropriately, the final sports championship won by Richbourg
Middle School came in baseball. The Roadrunners shared the
Okaloosa County Conference title with Meigs. Both teams compiled
6-1 league records. Here are the Roadrunners' 2009 final statistics


Batting
Seth Thomason: .522 batting
average, 13 RBI,.1 HR
' Jonathan Buckelew: .500
batting average
Justin Rebholz: .500 batting
average
Tate Sweatt:.357 batting
average, 18 RBI, 2 HR
Roman Donofro: .269 batting
average
Chris Rahn: .263 batting
average, 6 RBI


Jarrod Miller: 6 hits
Justin Abdo: 5 hits
Josh Hinton: 3 hits

Pitching
Justin Rebholz: 3-0 record, 38
K in 24 IP, 0.58 ERA
Roman Donofro: 2-1 record,
19 K in 15.2 IP, 0.98 ERA,
1 save
Seth Thomason: 1-0 record,
1.75 ERA, 1 save
Tate Sweatt: 5 K in 2.1 IP


I've heard it said the
life of a person can be
measured by the "dash."
By that, I mean
the "-" usually seen .
on a tombstone or in
an obituary that goes
between the day a NOR
person was born and NOR
when he or she died. A
In the last few days, Randy
I've been trying to fill in some
details about the dash that fills
that space between Dec.18, 1897
and Sept. 10, 1975 the lifespan
of Lance Richbourg, for whom.
the soon-to-close Richbourg
Middle School is named. He was
born in DeFmiak Springs and
died in Crestview.
I graduated from college


TH
!ON
D


Dec. 18, 1999, and my
parents celebrated
their 20th wedding
anniversary the day
Lance Richbourg died,
so baseball aside, I
feel a bit of a personal
connection to him.
I END I consider myself to
NE be a fairly knowledgeable
ickson Major League Baseball
fan, but until I arrived at the
News Bulletin last year, I had no
clue that Lance Richbourg had
been a big-leaguer.
The last few days, I've spent
a lot of time learning about his
major league career.
One of the first things I

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