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WORKING THE FIELD: At left, George
McLelland, a farm client at Escambia
Farms, plows his cornfield. ABOVE,
the Cooperative Store and Produce
:. Exchange at the Escambiac Farms
project became known to farmers
as the commissary., The building
still stands today, located on State
Road 1 89. It was last operated as
the Circle H.Western Shop. TOP LEFT,
farm families make purchases in the
Escambia Farms Cooperative Store.,
TOP RIGHT, a farmer talks to agents
with the Sugar Ration Board at the
Escambia Farms community center in
June 1942.


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

W hen Franklin D. Roosevelt was inaugurated as president in 1933 he initiated the New
Deal programs aimed at relieving the nation's unemployment and promoting economic
recovery from the Great Depression.
The first New Deal programs in 1933 included banking reform laws, work relief and
agricultural programs. The second part of the New Deal, implemented between 1934 and 1936,
included union protection programs, the Social Security act, and programs to aid mi-
This is. grant workers and tenant farmers.
part I of a The Resettlement Administration was one of the agencies created during the sec-
three-part ond way of New Deal programs. Between April 1935 and December 1936, it relocated
series, struggling rural families to communities planned by the federal government. The idea
was to improve the lifestyle of poor farmers, sharecroppers and tenants by purchasing
poor farmland and resettling them on better and more suitable land.
The program was transformed from an independent agency in January 1937 to the Department
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Dr. Joseph Peter
one of four
'Pediatric Heroes'
in nation

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

Patients and community
members already consid-
I, ered Dr. Jo-
seph Peter a
hero.
The
American
Academy
of Pediatri-
cians just
'made it of-
DR. JOSEPH ficial.
PETER The AAP
selected Dr.
Nomination Peter as a
letters, A4 2009 Pediat-
ric Heroes
Champions For Children
award recipient.
Dr. Peter is one, of four
AAP honorees in ,the na-
tion. The AAP %will recog-
nize Peter in October in
Washington, VI.C., during
the American Academy of
Pediatricians National Con-
ference and Exhibition.
"I was totally surprised
and taken aback by being
honored," Dr. Peter said
during a celebration lun-
cheon Friday at his Crest-
view Pediatrics office.
"To have what I've done
in a small city like Crest-
view be recognized ... it's a
great honor."
The AAP established the
award this year "to find sto-
ries of the everyday pediat-
ric heroes" in celebration
of the organization's 25th
anniversary. The four hon-
orees were selected from
hundreds of entries by the
,NCE Planning Group Ex-
ecutive Committee.
Sharlene, Cox of Crest-
- view Pediatrics said Dr.
Peter was moved to tears
when he told his staff about
the honor.
"He never asks for rec-
ognition," Cox told the se-
lection committee. "He just
wants the children of this
community to have better
health care whether they
have insurance or not."
Past and present pa-
tients joined, community


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Tax collector Chris Hughes responds to criticism with budget briefing


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Smarting from criticism
'following reports of his office's
bonus program and travel ex-
penses, Okaloosa County tax
collector Chris Hughes has
opened up his 2010 budget
process to the public.
A series of "town hall"


style briefings afforded citi-
zens a glimpse into the tax
collector's office, including its
workings and responsibilities.
They also provided a detailed
look at the proposed $5.8 mil-
lion budget.
The latest briefing was
held Thursday morning at the
Crestview City Council cham-
ber. Accompanying Hughes


was a staff of four assistants
and an.Okaloosa County Sher-
iff's Office deputy, presumably
to assure decorum.
The deputy's presencewas
scarcely needed. Only six citi-
zens, one of whom was Crest-
view's mayor, David Cadle,
attended.
A similar meeting also was
scheduled for Laurel Hill.


Hughes stressed the bud-
get he presented is only pre-
liminary. Still,' having it ex-
plained in detail was a unique
glimpse into the tax collector's
office.
"Thesepublic meetings are
the first time that any consti-
tutional office has ever had a
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Injured sheriff's
deputy back in ICU
An Okaloosa County
sheriff's deputy hurt in a car
accident earlier this month
"suffered a setback" this
weekend and was back in an
intensive care unit.
Randy Joiner, 60, suf-
fered blood clots in his lungs
Saturday morning, said
Sheriff's Office spokeswom-
an Michele Nicholson. ,
He was listed in critical
condition at West Florida
Regional Hospital.
Joiner was hit.in a chain-
reaction crash May 12 just
north of Crestview. He suf-
fered broken bones and
internal injuries and was
airlifted from the scene, ac-
cording to the Florida High-
way Patrol.
Nicholson said he was a
well-liked deputy who has a
son on the force.
"Please keep the Joiners
,inyour thoughts and prayers
and she (Joiner's wife, Eva)
says she will update me as
needed," Nicholson wrote in
an e-mail Saturday.
Andrew Gant / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

Fire damages Griffith
Avenue home'
A structure fire caused
$95,000 worth of damage to a
home at 508 E. Griffith Ave.
on Friday, according to a
Crestview Fire Department
press release.
The blaze was reported
at 8:30 p.m. There were no
injuries. The North Oka-
loosa Fire District also re-
sponded to the alarm.
The cause of the fire is
under investigation by the
Florida State Fire Marishal's
office.
Crestview News Bul-
letin
Sansom, Richburg
grand jury
to meet again


The grand jury that in-
dicted state Rep. Ray San-
som and Northwest Florida
State College President
Bob Richburg in April was
scheduled to convene again
today in Tallahassee.
State Attorney Willie
Meggs said the grand jury
will be provided "new infor-
mation" that has come to
light.
"It'll be 'here's some-
thing new we found out, is
this important to you?'" said
Jan Watley, Megg's adminis-
trative assistant.
Watley said the grand
jury will meet about 9 a.m.
and likely be through with
its work by noon.
"We'll just have to wait
and see what they want to
do," she said.
Sansom, R-Destin, and
Richburg were indicted
April 17 on one count of of-
ficial misconduct, a third-
degree felony. Richburg also
was charged with perjury
after the grand jury accused
him of lying during testimo-
ny he provided April 16.
No trial date for the two
men has been set, Meggs
said Thursday.
Tom McLayghlin /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers

Pace students,
parents protest ACLU
restrictions
PACE Frustrated by
restrictions stemming from
an ACLU lawsuit, about 200
students and parents gath-
ered to pray and protest
outside Pace High School
on Monday.
* None would talk on the
record about their concerns,
but their presence was
clearly a reaction to a court-
approved consent decree
that limits who can speak at
graduation ceremonies.
Now, only the valedicto-
rian and salutatorian can
speak but not the class
president or, any other stu-
dent body representative.


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CORRECTION
In an update to an earlier correction the .
News Bulletin would like to recognize all the
Finalists/Scholars from Crestview High School
since the National Meril Scholarship program
began 7n 1956. Thanks to Sandra Dreaden for
providing the information from the National
Merit Scholarship Corporation.
Ronald D. Ballard (1960)
Frances M Thome (1964)
Myra Arzaga (Scholar, 1968)
Arthur S. Blaylock (Finalist, 1970)
John R. Sterling (Finalist, 1970)
Gail A. Nelson (1970)
Julie C. Harrison (Scholar, 1971)
William E Blaylock (1979)
Leon K. Curenton (Scholar, 1980)
Mark C. Curenton (1981)
Tracy Curenton (1982)
Elizabeth G. Ray (Scholar, 1982)
Christian M. Kinsley (Scholar, 1986)
Travis Coey (1988)
Wendy L. Love (Scholar, 1988)
Michele E. McCarthy (Scholar, 1989)
Dale G. Newton (1989)
Tamara J. Berlin (Scholar, 1990)
Kenneth L. Gage (Scholar, 1990)
Katherine M. Dewees (Scholar, 1995)
Jacob R. Foley (Scholar, 1997)
Neill W. Perry (Scholar, 1997)
Tabitha A. McAdams (1998)
Miles C. Massey (Scholar, 2000)
Kevin C. Lawler (Scholar, 2001)
James J. Goodson (2007)
Cody M. Dreaden (2009)


In May, after months
of negotiating through the
courts, the American Civil
Liberties Union won the
final chapter of a lawsuit
* filed against the Santa Rosa
County School District last
August.
The suit was filed on be-
half of two Pace High School
students who alleged that
school officials regularly
promoted religion and of-
fered prayers at school
events in violation of their
First Amendment rights.
The consent decree has
restrictions on matters re-
lated to prayer and religion
"in schools, including gradu-


Crestview News Bulletin


ation.
Bill Gamblin and Jeni
Senter / Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Morris aide also
pleads guilty
PENSACOLA Teresa Ad-
ams took a few moments
Friday to look over a plea
agreement, then stepped
inside a federal courtroom
and pleaded guilty to a six-
count indictment.
Adams, 51, answered U.S.
District Judge Lacey Collier
simply when he asked her if
she understood the charges
against her, if she was satis-


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fied with her representation
and if she was guilty of theft,
fraud and money laundering
in the case:
"Yes."
The former director of
administrative services
under now-suspended Oka-
loosa County Sheriff Charlie
Morris changed her plea to
guilty after the sheriff did
the same three days earlier.
The pair conspired to
operate a fraudulent bonus
system at the Sheriff's Of-
fice. With Morris' guidance,
Adams took back portions of
certain employees' bonuses
and gave them to the sheriff.
He used the money in Las
Vegas and for other per-
sonal expenses, according
to prosecutors.
Prosecutor Randy
Hensel outlined the govern-
ment's case against Adams,
including her involvement
in a $40,000 deposit to her
personal account at Beach
Community Bank..
That money came out of
the bank via cashier's check
to anotherMorris employee,
Sabra Thornton, Adams',at-
torney Drew Pinkerton has
said.
Hensel placed the to-
tal amount of bonuses at
$114,000.
"We think that amount
may be higher, but that's
what we have today, judge,"
he said,
Adams, like Morris, faces
a maximum prison sentence
of 85 years, but Pinkerton
said that number was mean-
ingless.
Before her plea, Adams
spoke briefly outside the-
courtroom as she looked out
a fourth-floor window. She
referred questions about
the case to Pinkerton but
said the media attention has
been difficult.
"They hide in the bushes
trying/to get a picture," she
said of photographers out-
side. "That's the hardest
part because I'm such a pri-
vate person."
In court, Adams told
Collier she was taking pre-
scribed anti-depression
medication but it wasn't af-
fecting her decision-mak-
ing.
Pinkerton said after the
plea that Adams was coop-
erating with investigators
and "telling them every-
thing she knows about eva-
erything."
If that cooperation is
substantial, it could result in
a 5K1 motion, which could
lessen her prison sentence,
perhaps even, below the
minimum.
Pinkerton offered few
details of what Adams was
providing, but said she was
close to Morris and still dis--
traught over the case.
"The whole situation's a
little unusual. They worked


closely, as everyone in ad-
ministration did. I guess you
could say she was some-
what protective of him,"
Pinkerton said. "But their
relationship was strictly
business."
Like Morris, Adams has
family members with medi-
cal problems and went on
Las Vegas trips to "get away
from everything back here,"
Pinkerton said.
Asked if she would tell
her own version of events,
Adams said "I'm just wait-
ing for the day he (Pinker-
ton) says, 'You're on your
own.'"
She is scheduled to be
sentenced at 10:30 a.m. Aug.
11 in Pensacola.
Andrew Gant / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers

Third-graders
shine on FCATs
Third-graders in Okaloo-
sa County again significant-
ly outperformed the rest
of the state in reading and
math, according to FCAT
scores released Thursday.
The scores were rela-
tively similar to last year's,
with dips and gains never
varying more than a p'er-
centage point or two. That
still left administrators with
a lot to boast about.
The FCAT divides scores
into levels 1 through 5, with
a Level 3 indicating the stu-
dent is performing at grade
level. By state law, students
with scores in the Level 1
can- be held back, although
they can still advance to
.the fourth grade through
options such .as attending
summer reading camps,
getting assistance from
mentors and submitting
,reading portfolios.
Statewide, a slightly low-
er percentage of third-grad-
ers was reading at grade
level, and above, while the
proportion inched up for
math performance. The re-
sults are a bit of a mixed bag
for Florida Education Com-
missioner Eric Smith, but
he noted the percentage of
students hitting the read-
ing mark is 14 points higher
than eight years ago.
"Although it appears
we've reached a plateau
with this year's reading re-
sults, I'm confident Florida
is poised to push forward
with new initiatives and
strategies that are specifi-
cally defined to move stu-
dent achievement to the
next step," Smith said.
The long-term improve-
ment in math has been even
more dramatic. The pro-
portion of students where
they 'should be in math has
grown by 26 percentage
points since 2001.
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AWARD WINNER: Senior Choral Award winner Jeremy Mitchell takes pride in both the
recognition his peers conferred upon him as well as his individualism.



Mi l o t

Mitchell leaves on high note


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
When. the Crestview High
Class of 2009 stands to sing
the alma mater at its gradu-
ation, leading the singing will
be graduating senior Jeremy
Mitchell.
At the recent Spring Chorus
Concert, Jeremy was voted this
year's recipient of the Senior
Choral Award. It's a huge hon-
or in the 100-plus voice chorus
because the recipient is chosen
by the rest of the chorus.
Typically, the vivacious, out-
going bass was surprised.
"I was floored!" Jeremy
said. "I voted for someone else
who I thought deserved it a lot
more."
Jeremy has sung with the
chorus throughout his four
years at CHS, joining the
troupe for its singing tour in
London, as well as appearanc-
es at Disney World and in San
Francisco.
"I've been doing choral
programs since elementary
school," Jeremy said. "It's al-
ways been something I love to
do."
His favorite type of music to
perform?
"I really like. to do Broadway
, and show tunes," he said.
It's a passion he intends to
pursue in college. He wants to
dual major in musical theatre
and musical performance and
teaching.
"My original plan was I was
going to get into biology, but
my passion is performing,"
he said. "I hope to perform on
Broadway or go wherever I can
go with that.
"But I wouldn't mind teach-
ing music or theatre one day,
either."
He was awarded a $6,000
presidential scholarship on top
of his Bright Futures scholar-
ships, and will attend the Uni-
versity of West Florida in Pen-
sacola starting this fall.
It's quite a change for a guy


who moved here five years
ago in the middle of seventh
grade from Clinton, Wis., which
he describes as "a little dairy
farming community."
Between wrapping up the
school year, planning a sum-
mer that will include work and
travel, he is also planning for
his college career.
"I'm looking for/ audition
pieces right now," Jeremy said.
-"I'm looking at songs from 'The
Boy From Oz.' I'm a huge Hugh
Jackman fan!"
He praised Jackman's ap-
pearance as the late Australian
songsmith and performer Pe-
ter Allen. But he hasn't ruled
out other material.
"I have 'Rent' coming in on
DVD," he said.
Jeremy said his favorite
Broadway musical, "so far," is
the Stephen Sondheim fairy
tale fantasy "Into the Woods."
"That was amazing!" he ex-
claimed: "It was stunning."
He is also a "huge fan" of
Bernadette Peters, he con-
fessed, which might have made
his fondness for Sondheim's
acclaimed show a bit biased. It
was one of her stage triumphs.
Jeremy said he was capti-
vated by musicals at an early
age and has loved them since.
: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'
and 'Bedknobs and Broom-
sticks,' I 'grew up with them,"
Jeremy laughed.
Singing with the chorus and
performing with CHS's drama
program has opened up new
vistas for Jeremy. What ap-
pears to be most challenging to
the audience is, in fact, some-
times the music he likes sing-
ing best.
He says his favorite choral
pieces, are "Wana Baraka,"
which is sung in Swahili, and
"Deamon Irrepit Calidus," a
Latin number.
"Personally Fve always
found it easy to sing in foreign
languages," he said. "Thb Ger-
manic languages, I got pretty
'good on them."


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Jeremy has attained im-
pressive academics during his
high school career, in addition
to his stage and choral accom-
plishments.
Eleventh in his class, Jer-
emy is graduating summa cum
laude and shares the coveted
Teacher's Award, based on test
averages and class participa-
tion, with Carolyn Hunker.
His favorite subject?
"I loved psychology," he
said. "Miss Sharon Criddle was
my favorite teacher. She was
the most maternal, teacher I
ever had. You could tell she
cares about each one of her
students."
He is a member of the Tri-M
music honor society.
In fact, he was a little tardy
returning my call for an inter-
view because, "we own a high-
way."
Tri-M has adopted a one-
mile stretch of State Road 85
near the high school.
"We cleaned the highway
from the Crestview Pharmacy
to CVS," he said.
Jeremy can also often be
found volunteering at .the
Crestview Public Library,
where he has been invited to
teach a summer drama work-
shop.
Rounding out a multi-fac-
eted arts background, he is
also an accomplished poet. In
a recent high school ,poetry
contest, his pieces placed first
and third.
, With summer fast ap-
proaching, Jeremy has begun
a new pursuit.
"I won free dance lessons at
Fred Astaire Dance Studio," he
said joyously., "I always wanted
to do dance but dance lessons
are really expensive. Maybe in
college I can pursue them."
The son of Bonnie and Bill
Clapper, Jeremy Mitchell is
comfortable in his niche in life,.
and eager to explore the next
chapter.
"I .can't wait!" he said.
"There's so much I want to do!"


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hitty lands




at library


Special to the News Bulletin
Participants in Tues-
day's Family Library Time
learned about the original
four English racing cars
from the, 1920s to bear the
name "Chitty Bang Bang."
Brian Hughes, staff writ-
er for the Crestview News
Bulletin, shared his fascina-
tion for the famous car with
an appreciative audience of
children and parents.
They learned the ex-
tra "Chitty" was added by
Ian Fleming (a bit more
fainous as the creator of
James Bond, the famed se-
cret agent) for his beloved
children's book of the same
title.
They also got to see a


pair of clips from the 1968
musical film starring Dick
Van Dyke and Sally Ann
Howes, and learned how
the book became a film,
and the film became a pop-
ular stage musical.
Afterward, audiences
got to taste some delicious
fudge prepared just for the
presentation by youth li-
brarian Heather Nitzel.
FuRdge, you see, plays an
important part of the plot
of Fleming's novel.
If you missed the pres-
entation, to find out why
fudge is important to Chit-
ty Chitty Bang Bang, you'll
just have to check out the
book and then the film
from the Crestview Public
Library!


LEON CURENTON I| Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
A BANG-UP JOB: Audience members visit with Family
Library Time guest presenter Brian Hughes and check
out his memorabilia from the musical film following
his Tuesday evening program about Chitty:Chitty
Bang Bang.

Community arts

CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Student drama
workshop
JUNE 8 & 9 Creative
Dramatics, a summer
workshop open to students
age 13 through college, will
be held at Northwest Flor-
ida State College in Nicev-
ille. -
Participants will. learn
about choreography, acting,
voice, makeup ahd staging
and will star in a produc-
tion of "Fiddler on the Roof
Jr." on July 9 at the Mattie


Kelly Fine and Performing
Arts Center.
Enrollment is open now
through Friday at any NWF
State College location, in-,
eluding the Crestview cam-
pus. No' prior :experience
in theater is required and
eligible high school and
college students may earn
college credit.
High school ,students
may be eligible to take the
Creative Dramatics' class
through dual enrollment.
For more information, con-
tact Mary Lou Baker in the
NWFSC Fine Arts office at
850-729-5832.


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leaders at Friday's cel-
ebration.
Vicki Gaddy brought
her two daughters, who
both received emergency
care from Dr. Peter as
youngsters. Gaddy told of
how Dr. Peter stayed late
to perform an emergency
surgery on her daughter's
foot in his own office.
"He's very deserving
of this award," Gaddy
said. "He does so much
for the community and
for his patients. His care
for his patients surpasses
his financial gain for him-
self, and in this day and
age that's an amazing
thing."
Dr. Peter came to
Crestview in 1998. He
takes particular pride in
the Asthma and Allergy
Health Fair he started
that year that "has edu-
cated a lot of families
and parents in the Pan-
handle."
Dr. Peter's next proj-
ect: A "Say YES To the
Challenge" program
June 6 from 9 a.m. to
noon at Woodlawn Baptist
Church. "YES" stands for
Youth Exercise Screen-
ing. Youngsters who at-
tend this program can
learn their target weight
and get information on
diet and exercise.
Dr. Peter also offered
a preview of the message
he will offer to his peers
when he heads to Wash-
ington:
"The first.thing I will
tell my peers is not to
forget why you chose the
field of medicine," he said.
'Always give back to your
community and be com-
passionate to your fellow
community members
and all will be rewarded
in the end."


NOMINATION
LETTERS
The American Academy
of Pediatricians will
honor Dr Joseph Peter of
Crestview Pediatrics as a
Pediatric Heroes Champion
For Children The AAP
posted these excerpts from
nominating letters on its
Web site
"Because of his .work
wirh Doctors Without
Borders, he said he could
perform the minor surgery
in his office: he also told
us which pharmacy in
our area was providing
free antibiotics. .1 know
many people who travel
like I do even from greater
distances just to have him
as a physician for their
children."
Vicki Gaddy
"He has expressed to '
me that, Children deserve
his care no matter their
ability to pay.' "
Wayne Harris
"The community was
overwhelmed by the event
(a free health care fair)
one parent with tears in her
eyes said, 'I never would
have dreamed that my
children would receive such
excellent care for free "
Jean Lewis
"As a colleague I am
impressed by the atllitude,
compassion, and generosity
that he shows."
Joseph Siefker
"He has not forgotten
why he became a doctor...
to serve the people."
Paul Tartarilla
"He's been a major
influence on our community
and on me as a person."
Taylor McLendon


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Central Site: Rolling Ridge

Feat. Neighborhood: Hammock Bay


of Agriculture, the named
was changed to the Farm
Security Administration.
Although there had been a
great deal of public support
for federal aid to the rural
poor, there was extreme op-
position to the plan in some
agricultural communities
as many farmers felt their
individualism and control
was threatened.
One of the resettlement
programs was located in
Okaloosa County. The Es-
cambia Farms Project, ap-
.proved in Jude 1936, was
started by the Resettle-
nient Administration and
developed by the Farm Se-
curity Administration. The
purchase of 12,915 acres
of cut-over land about 11
miles north of Baker was
completed in February 1938
according to Farm Security
Administration records.
The decline of the tur-
pentine and lumber indus-
try had left large tracts of
cut-over land from which
all the. long-leaf pine and


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virgin timber had been har-
vested.
Records indicate the
purpose of the project was
to promote farm ownership
among tenants who could
not otherwise buy farms,
and to give families resid-
ing on the Pensacola Land
Utilization project (which
was being converted into
forestland) the opportunity
to move to farmland. It is
believed the project got its
name due to the removal of
the Pensacola families in
Escambia County or that
the project may have origi-
nally been planned for that
county.
Plans for the rural com-
munity were to provide
individual farms that aver-
aged 95 acres (of which 65
acres were tillable) for 81
families. Each farm had a
four- or five-room frame
house and necessary out-
buildings, including a barn,
smoke house, poultry house
and privy. A bored well was
provided on each farm for a


safe water supply.
Farming was the only
source of income. Crops in-
cluded sugar cane, peanuts
and corn. Hogs grazed on
peanuts for a cash income.
Individuals raised gardens,
poultry and beef for their
own families. Government
agents helped farmers with
techniques and soil im-
provement practices.
A Cooperative Farms
Association, which includ-
ed a small general store to
purchase supplies and to
sell farm products in vol-
ume, was organized.
The Escambia Farms
School was opened in Janu-
ary 1939 with an enrollment
of 229 children and nine
teachers. The school also
served as a community cen-
ter. The State Department
of Education conducted
classes in home economics
and vocational agriculture.
A local doctor conducted
a clinic twice a week in the
school. It was soon discov-
ered that 90 percent of the


children had hookworms. A
medical care program was
implemented. A resident
nurse carried out educa-
tional health programs.
In 1939 there were al-
ready 72 families living
on the project, and 21 had
signed purchase contracts
for their farms. Others
were leasing farms before
deciding to buy. Selec-
tion of these families was
made from those residing
on lands purchased by the
government for forestry
and recreational preserves
and from other tenant
farmers in neighboring
counties.
The total government
investment for the Escam-
bia Farms Project was
$445,217. The average cost
per farm, which included
construction and land im-
provements was $3,928.
The price of the land was
about $4.87 per acre.
Visit the Baker Block
Museum to learn more
about local history.


HUGHES from page Al


budget meeting across, the
county," Hughes said.
"The tax collector's of-
fice is kind of like a Wal-
Mart for state agencies,"
Hughes said. "We provide
services for many different
agencies."
The office's "one-stop
shopping" serves upwards
of 20,000 customers a
month as a state, county
and local agent for 28 tax-
ing authorities.
New state mandates will
soon require tax collectors'
offices to also be driver's li-
cense bureaus as the state
shuts down motor vehicle
offices to save money.





JUNE


13-21


Hughes' offices in
Niceville and Destin 'al-
ready offer limited driver's
license services, Hughes
said, and will soon follow
in the Fort Walton Beach
location. Space limitations
for required equipment
preclude offering the ser-
vice from the Crestview tax
collector's cramped office
in the county courthouse,
Hughes said, though "at
some point in the future,
that may be coming."
The tax collector's office
is funded by commissions
on the taxes it collects, in-
cluding license plate sales,
Hughes said.
"It is all set by state
statute," Hughes said.
His funding comes to
about two percent of the
taxes it collects, or about
$7 million.
Hughes said his office's
efficiency meant his bud-
get has not increased over
the past four years. In
fact, Hughes said, he has
returned millions to Oka-,
loosa County.
"I'm committing to you
here today that I'm not
increasing our budget for
the fourth straight year,"
Hughes said. "Our office
has continued to be effi-
cient for the services we
provide.
"Last year we gave
back to the citizens of
Okaloosa county $1.6 mil-
lion," Hughes said. "Even
though we have the legal
right to that money, we
don't want to spend all that
money."
While Hughes stands by
the importance, of ongoing
training and staff develop-
ment, especially as new
state mandates require
his employees to perform


new tasks with unfamil-
iar equipment, the office's
travel budget will decrease
18 percent.
Hughes has cut salary
costs, but employee insur-
ance, which is obtained
with other county employ-
ees, is going up more than
$132,000. Consequently,
Hughes said, he will look
for insurance' coverage
independent of the county
program.
"Insurance has in-
creased more than $200,000
in the last two years,"
Hughes said.
"When they say I'm not
cooperating with the coun-
ty, that's simply riot true,"
Hughes asserted. "I'm
not trying to argue with
the county commission,
I'm just' trying to save you
money."
The success of Hughes'
push for citizens to save
time by paying tax bills
"online instead in line""
has proven so popular his
office faces the expense of
addifig a new Web server,
he said.
However, 'taxpayer use
of his online bill-paying
system helps reduce per-
sonnel costs in Hughes' of-
fice, he said.
When Hughes opened
up the floor to audience
input, the question and an-
swer period was consider-
ably less contentious than
a recent similar meeting at
the south end of the county
in which an irate man was
almost ejected by the at-
tendant deputy.
Only two people asked
questions.
Touching on the hot
subject of staff bonuses,
a man asked if Hughes
will cut his budget by the


amount of the bonuses and
return the money to the
county.
Hughes replied the
reported, amounts of bo-
nuses "were not exactly
accurate," and that no
bonuses have been bud-
geted for this year. His
salary budget, in fact, has
been cut for the new-bud-
get year, down $184,121 for
full-time employees from
last year.
Hughes explained the
bonuses widely reported
for previous years were
paid from savings in bud-
geted salaries. For ex-
ample, if an experienced,
higher-paid employee re-
tires and is replaced by
an entry-level employee
on a lower salary, the dif-
ference was used for per-
formance-based salary
bonuses.
"Ou' office has always
been a performance-based
operation." Hughes said. "I
rewarded individuals on a
performance-based basis.
I just paid on a different
pay model than the county
commission uses."
He assured the ques-
tioner the practice has
been stopped this year be-
cause "I am committed to
not raising salaries."
Another man asked if,
due to car registration and
license fees more than dou-
bling under new legislation
expected to be signed by
Gov. Crist, he could renew
his license early and beat
the increase?
Hughes replied yes,
people may renew up to
three months early, but no
sooner than that.
"Go buy it now and save
yourself some money!" he.
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to Saturday's ceremony. Below, the Army Rangers
"Snake Team" was. on hand at Saturday's ceremony.
Middle, target practice (using paintballs) was
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Early morning showers
hopefully won't become
part of the tradition.
Otherwise, the Military
Appreciation Recogni-
tion Celebration is quickly
emerging as a highlight on
the community calendar.
The second local rec-
ognition ceremony for ser-
vice members and veter-
ans took place Saturday at
Old Spanish Trail Park.
A little wet weather dur-
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douse the enthusiasm.
"We don't let a little rain
stop us from honoring our
military," Crestview Mayor
David Cadle said during


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Medley and Michael Ana-
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year, were recognized dur-
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"In Crestview and in
Okaloosa County, every
day is Military Apprecia-
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Giving a moment for those who gave their all


John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin
Sixty-seven years ago
Monday, a young navy Sea-
bee by the name of Williarh
Meyn was in the South Pa-
cific, toiling underneath
the hot tropical sun build-
ing runways for American
bombers.
Monday he sat quietly
and reflectively as he lis-
tened to the eloquence of
the Memorial Day guest
speaker at Liveoak Park
Memorial Cemetery in,
Crestview.
He knows the memory
of his fellow veterans lives
on in the hearts and mings
of those who loved and
cherished them.
Their memory, dedica-
tion and sacrifice will live
for eternity, because the
American public will never
forget this country was
forged and hammered out
by brave men and women
who gave their all.
It is a legacy Meyn is
proud to represent.


Photos by KYLE WRIGHI I CrestviewINews Bulletin
GUEST SPEAKER: Guest speaker Jonathon J. McDaniel,
U.S. Air Force veteran, above, spoke of his emotional
visit to Omaha Beach on a recent Memorial Day.
PLACING OF WREATHS: Local organizations placed
wreaths at the memorial at Liveoak Park Memorial
Cemetery, left.


"Sixty-seven years ago,
I wouldn't have thought I'd
be at this place, here today.
And I think I am the only
WWII vet here, but I am
glad I am," he said as he
looked around.
Indeed he was.


The Crestview commu-
nity gave a few moments
on Memorial Day to pay
tribute to those who gave
their all in defense of the
nation during the Dis-
abled American Veterans
Auxiliary Crestview Unit


No. 57 program.
Guest speaker Jona-
thon J. McDaniel, U.S. Air
Force veteran, spoke of his
emotional visit to Omaha
Beach on a recent Memo-
rial Day.
He was particularly


moved when he came upon
the grave of a young first
lieutenant who, was killed
during the U.S.- campaign
in Europe during World War
II.
"This first lieutenant
could have been me," he


said. "I whispered my
thanks and thanks again."
See more photos from
the community Memo-
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Opinion


Wednesday, May 27,2009


HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.
Topic: Readers respond to Main Street Crestview
Association President Mickey Rytman's suggestions
for easing the congestion on State Road 85.
Great idea about the overpass/flyover for State Road
85 suggestion by Mickey Rytman. Better than the bypass
idea. We need to get engineers to look into Mickey's
idea! Sounds good to me.
Topic: News Bulletin Sports Editor Randy Dick-
son says the FHSAA is taking too big a piece of the
revenue pie (20 percent) from spring football games.
Bravo Randy for doing this article and enlightening
us. I had no idea and I wish I knew what I could do as a
CHS parent to take a stand or have a voice on this!
Topic: Poem penned in recognition of the local
May Day celebration has some readers wondering,
'just what is May Day?'
The May Day in this article is no communist celebra-
tion. It is referring to and is celebrated as the first read-
ing of the Emancipation Proclamation in Florida. Many
local residents are unaware of the significance of this
event. On Memorial Day orMay Day, pay respect to the
service members that gave their lives for you to observe
either event of your choice.
t \ .
May Day is indeed an international workers' holiday,
celebrated in May 1. It is celebrated not just in Russia
but in much of the industrialized world, except here in
the States. We choose to celebrate the contributions of
the American worker to our nation's might on the first
Monday in September and call it Labor Day. May Day
is also an international spring festival for picnics, fam-
ily outings in the fields or forests, gathering flowers for
one's sweetie and enjoying the bounties of nature after a
long winter.

Topic: The May 21 Police Blotter elicits strong
responses.
This is why America has more prisoners in the entire
world, rivaling even communist China. We arrest people
for petty things due to moralistic laws for victimless
crimes. It is essentially a form of oppression and a way
to strong-arm funds from the general population to fund
our current police state;

Breaking the law is not funny. This feature is repul-
sive. ,

Thanks for the giggles I get when I read about these.

This police blotter is so stupid. Making fun of arrest-
ed people without their permission and you don't even
know if the stories are even true or not.

Some of the people arrested are not even guilty of the
crimes. You have a one sided story going on here and
making fun of them is very repulsive., Some actually are
found not guilty and the charges get dropped but still.
have to put up with being embarrassedby this harassing
police blotter.

Domestic violence is a victimless crime? That is an,
interesting perspective. I'm pretty sure that the decapi-
tated bodies that litter the southern border of the U.S.
would also find your take on drug-related crimes inter-
esting also.

Thanks law enforcement for getting these fine citi-
zens off the street. Keep up the great work.

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


Profundity


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Those who hate you don't
win unless you hate them."

PRESIDENT RICHARD M. NIXON
(1913-1994)
37th U.S. President


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PASSING SHOTS


What 'wasn't' said at the NOFD meeting


The report on the North Okaloo-
sa Fire District's most recent meet-
ing went on a news page. So the
story could only say former Black-
man Fire District chairman Ben
Morgan's response was "No, I'm not
saying that," when asked if he was
implying the NOFD board should
resign en masse, as the Blackman
Fire District commissioners did
several weeks ago.
This is the opinion page, so it can
be said here: Morgan absolutely was
implying the NOFD board should
resign en masse as part of a chain
reaction that could rapidly force
the issue of a county-operated fire
district for north Okaloosa County
outside of Crestview.
The conversation during Mor-
gan's talk at Thursday's NOFD
meeting went roughly like this:
Morgan: "This is what could hap-
pen if all of a fire district's commis-
sioners resigned. And this is what
could happen if all of a fire district's
commissioners resigned. And this
is what could happen if all of a fire
district's commissioners resigned.",,
NOFD commissioner Julie
Slezia: "Are you suggesting that this
board should resign?"
Morgan: "No, I'm not saying
that."
Interpret that as you will.
Here's what Morgan was saying:
He believes the days of inde-
pendent special fire districts are


f. numbered.
He believes
the northern part
of Okaloosa County
,< (excluding the city of
Crestview) would be
_ Better served by a
KYLE WRIGHT single county-oper-
KYLE W8I ated fire district.
(850) 682,6524 He believes the
quickest way to make
a single county-operated fire district
a reality is to force the issue. "Make
the powers that be say, 'Hey, you will
do this,'" Morgan said at Thursday's
meeting.
Could the issue be forced if, say,
all of the fire commissioners at all
of north Okaloosa County's inde-'
pendent fire districts all resigned at,
once?
No, Morgan didn't say that.
But you can interpret the things
he did say as you will.
I won't get into the details it
would take too long, and I wouldn't
get them exactly right but the ba-
sic theory seems to be a leadership
vacuum across the north county fire
districts would force the state to tell
the county it had to do something
to assure fire protection for all resi-
dents. The end result, so the theory
goes, then could be a referendum
asking residents to-approve creation
of a unified, county-operated north
county fire district.
It all sounds fine on paper.


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outside of Crestview city limits .
be better served by a single
county-operated fire district?
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in our online poll at www
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Here's the catch: Who knows
what would really happen?
The end result of a leadership
vacuum could be a unified north
county fire district. Or it could be
another option, perhaps a less ap-
pealing option.
The folks who created the atomic
bomb did their first tests knowing
they might unleash a powerful force
- and that they also might blow up
the world.
Ben Morgan "didn't" propose a
powerful chain reaction that could
unleash a powerful new firefighting
force for the north county or could
blow up in everyone's face.
Better to,know exactly what the
end results will be before anyone
resigns themselves to any drastic
actions.

Kyle Wright is the News Bulletin
Editor Contact him at 682-6524, or
e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com. Visit the "Passing Shots" blog
at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


Letters to the EDITOR


Mother's Day Politics over
celebration successful children's welfare


The Crestview Con-
cerned Citizeris Group
and Carver-Hill Memo-
rial & Historical Soci-
ety would like to thank
all the merchants,
including Siler & Sons,
for making its Mother's
Day Celebration a suc-
cess.
Rae Roberson
Crestview
Concerned Citizens
Group


The Okaloosa County
Superintendent of Schools
and the School District
Board Members have no
plan in place to protect our
children from F-35 noise
levels that are 65 decibels
or above. The Final Envi-
ronment Impact Statement
(EIS) clearly documents
"noise levels between 65
decibels and 70 decibels are
compatible with education-
al services such as schools


. provided that measures
are taken to provide noise'
level reduction in the build-
ings of 25 decibels." The Air
Force Record of Decision
also acknowledged these
unavoidable impacts. The
EIS documented eight af-
fected schools with noise
levels of 65 decibels DNL or
above. The Superintendent
of Schools supported by the
School Board members is
choosing to do nothing until
the first F-35 is delivered.
So it appears our school's
. chief administrator and the


school board are playing
politics over special risks
to our children's welfare
'and derelict in their duty to
the local taxpayers by not
producing cost estimates
to mitigate the noise levels
in the affected schools. The
children attending the af-
/ fected noise impact level
schools and the local tax-
payers deserve proactive
leadership. Choosing poli-
tics over children welfare is
"not the answer. -
Michael J. Barnes
Fort Walton Beach


SThis month in local HISTORY


By Ann Spann
From May 1936...
S. A. Steele, assis-.
tant county supervisor,
recentlyannounced that.
294 farm families in Oka-
loosa County were receiv-
ing rural rehabilitation
aid in the form of loans
from the Resettlement


Administration to carry
them through the crop
year. Each family agreed
when their loans were
advanced thaiboth their
farm and home would be
managed according to
plans drawn up with the
help of the county agri-
cultural agent and the
Resettlement Adminis-


tration home supervisor.
Immediate steps
for acquiring the land
for inclusion in Southern
national forest, approved
for purchase at an April
meeting of the National
Forest Reservation Com-
mission in Washington
will be taken by the
Southern Region of the


U.S. Forest Service. The
Commission authorized
the purchase of 83,000
acres of land in the South
unsuitable to agricultural
use at a cost of $300,000.
In Florida a total of 4,783
acres will be purchased
for addition to the Choc-
tawhatchee National For-
est at a cost of $11,200.


Northwest Florida State College
The Mattie Kelly Fine and
Performing Arts Center at
Northwest Florida State College
recently honored the more than
100 volunteer docents and ushers,'
including usher Margaret Larson
of Crestview, who served this past
arts season. The Mattie Kelly Arts
Center ushers volunteered more
than 7,000 hours this year, and the


Art Gallery docents volunteered
-over 800 hours this year.
Ushers direct patrons to their
seats, hand out programs and
present a warm welcome to patrons
at the Mattie Kelly Arts Center.
Art Gallery docents help
enhance the viewing experience of
visitors to the center's two galleries
by offering information and insight
about exhibitions and the college's
,permanent collections. Docents


also present a traveling art exhibit
in local schools.
Ushers and docents normally
commit to serve several times each
season, September through July.
More volunteer docents and
ushers are needed. For information
on becoming an usher, call Delores
Merrill, house manager, at 729-6065.
For information on becoming a
gallery docent, call Petra Hartzog at
the art galleries at 729-6044.


Meet the STAFF-


Guest COMMENTARY


Thanks to Mattie Kelly volunteers


In County Out of County
13 weeks........................ $9.00 13 weeks...................... $14.00
36 weeks...................... $17.00 36 weeks....................... $22.00
52 weeks........................ $31.20 52 weeks....................... $36.20
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Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Things 'really moving' at Southside Elementary


Principal Donna Hol-
loway provided this final
report from Southside El-
ementary. This is South-
side's final year as an el-
ementary school. The new
Riverside Elementary
will open next year.
We really are mov-
ing! When the district
personnel showed up at
Southside to move some
of the nonessentialss"
over to the new Riverside
Elementary School, real-
ity hit us! The past several
weeks have been busy as
we close out the 2008-2009
school year.
On May 14, 14 third
through fifth grade


FROM THE
PRINCIPAL'S

OFFICE
Southside millionaires
were treated to a ride in
a limousine and lunch on
the town. These students
have read more than 1
million words this school
year! Upon returning to
school, these students
were joined by kindergar-
ten through second grade
mini-millionaires for a
cupcake and ice cream
party.
A kindergarten
teacher, Jequita Brooks,


was honored with a retire-
ment celebration on May
17. Miss Brooks attended
Southside Elementary
School from first through
sixth grade. Upon gradu-
ation from college, she
was hired at Southside
Elementary School as a
teacher. All 30 years of her
teaching career have been
at Southside Elementary
School. This was such
a special celebration
that one of Miss Brooks'
favorite performers at-
tended. The King of Rock
and Roll, Elvis Presley,
showed up to dance with
Miss Brooks!
Math and Science


were the featured sub-
jects at our Open House
on May 21. Families com-
pleted a scavenger hunt
using graphs, charts, and
science experiments and
activities. Our fourth and
fifth grade science proj-
ects were on display in the
Media Center.
Our fourth grade stu-
dents did an awesome job
on the FCAT Writing test.
For their successes, they
were treated to a skating
or bowling party on May 22.
The third grade
students presented a
violin concert to family
and friends on Tuesday.
Thanks to our local com-


munity, our music depart-
ment has a classroom set
of violins. It is thrilling to
watch these young stu-
dents as they perform on
the violins.
Our month comes to
a close with a fifth grade
musical performance, a
kindergarten choral per-
formance, picnics in the
park, water day, Honors
Ceremonies, and our final
salute to Southside on
June 4.
We are leaving the
Southside Elementary
School campus, but this
school will always hold
a special place in our
hearts. Memories have


been made that will last a
lifetime. We leave know-
ing that we are leaving
our school in good hands.
Southside will continue
to be a part of the rich
educational heritage of
Crestview as it becomes a
center school for our pre-
kihdergarten students.
In July we will sponsor
an open house at River-
side Elementary School
for our students, parents,
and community. We can't
wait to show you our new
school!
"From the Principal's
Office" provides updates
on schools in north Oka-
loosa County.


Budget should take precedence


It is my, feeling
that changes to the
City Charter should -
be taken seriously
by the Council.
Any review at this
time should allow
sufficient time for
public hearings LINDA
and debate. As re-
ported in the News
Bulletin (May 14), I voted
against the issue presented
concerning the Crestview
City Charter. The City's
Charter was reviewed in
the mid-1990s, and it is not
the 1800s document as er-
roneously suggested.
A more pressing issue
is preparing for the 2010
budget. The Council needs
to devote its immediate
attention to the budget is-
sues and not be distracted
by talk of changes to our
Charter. There are no dead-
line constraints regarding
the Charter, but we do have
a deadline with the upcom-
ing budget.
I also would like to take
this opportunity to review
some current projects in


the City of Crest-
view:
S Public Works
is completing the
upgrade and re-
placement of wa-
ter well No. 1.
In 2008 the
PARKER city requested a
Grant for park
improvements at
Twin Hills Park The walk-
ing path around the east
lake should begin construc-
tion within the -next two
months. This is a $400,000
project and expected to
take six months.
Downtown District
Improvements to Historic
Downtown for additional
public parking are' start-
ing soon. The final-portion
of the Grant is being com-
pleted. This is a $750,000
grant and should be opera-
tional in approximately 6
months.
The Bob Sikes Air-
port (which is considered
Crestview's airport) is tak-
ing on a new look with busi-
ness flourishing. The city's
support of this vital invest-


CITY
, COUNCIL

CORNER

ment is still as important
as ever. Airport Director
Greg Donovan recognizes
the importance of the Bob
Sikes Airport to .the entire
county and is working dili-
gently to improve all areas.:
Building is currently stable
in the city of Crestview and
planning continues daily to
improve the traffic conges-
tion.
One final note: The re-
cent public meeting regard-
ing the D.O.T. Highway 85
plan shows how important
it is for our citizens topar-
ticipate in these hearings.
It also shows that fixing the
traffic congestion problem
is an ongoing process. We
must work harder to get
state and county participa-
tion.
City Council Corner is
available to members of lo-
cal city councils.


Local schools zap their competition at Tech Bowl


Tricia Branagan
Okaloosa County School
District

The high school comput-
er wizards were in for a sur-
prise when they tried to put
the computers back togeth-
er in the 10th Annual Tech
Bowl at the Niceville Com-
munity Center this month.
After a 45 minute "Internet
Scavenger Hunt," the teams
lined up for the next part of
the challenge: reassembling
a computer which had been
completely taken apart. The
five team tables were cov-
ered with white cloths, so
the teams could not inspect
any of the parts beforehand.
As soon as emcee Mi-
chael Stuart of Atlanta gave
the word, the young men
pulled off the cloths and set
to work, attempting to in-
stall the motherboard, hard
drive, memory, CPU (Cen-
tral Processing Unit), fan
and power supply To their
surprise, the brand new
Hewlett-Packard desktops
were not what they were
used to.
"It was a lot different
from school computers,"


one student said. "It had the
same parts, but they went
in different spots. I've never
seen stuff like that. It was
unexpected, but a good chal-
lenge. It had me going!"
Baker School finished
second in the reassembly
competition and in the over-
all standings.
Crestview High School
took third place in the re-
assembly competition and
third place overall.
Laurel Hill came in first
place in the scavenger hunt
and fourth place overall.
All the students who
participated in the elemen-
tary, middle and high school'
competitions received gift
cards from Best Buy and a
Tech Bowl T-shirt.
The computer assembly
portion pf the Tech Bowl
was reserved for high school
students. The elementary
and middle school divisions,
competed in the online
scavenger hunt. They were
given 30 minutes to find an-
swers to 45 questions and
bookmark the Internet sites
where the answers are pub-
lished, without using "Wildki"
sites or search engine pages


for the final answer.
The goal of the Tech Bowl
is to encourage students
to becoine adept at using
computers. The elementary
students were asked ques-
tions, such as: "Which ear
did Vincent Van Gogh cut
off?" "What is Halloumi?"
' and "What is the name of
element number 50?" (See
answers below.)
Fifth-graders Melissa
Nichols and Maura Hor-
lacher of Antioch Elemen-
tary came in fourth place.
They said they worked hard
practicing for the big day.
"We would stay in the
library during, PE," said
Melissa, who credits her
kindergarten computer lab
teacher, Terri Murphy of
Edge Elementary, for in-
stilling a love of computers.
"There's so much you can
do and so many problems
you can solve (on the com-
puter)," she explains.
Northwood Elementa-
ry's team finished second in
the elementary division.
Laurel Hill was second in
the middle school division.
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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TRUE HERO: From left EMS Division Chief Al Herndon,
EMT David Griggs, Rianna Flowers (friend of Griggs),
Public Safety Director Dino Villani and County
Administrator James Curry present first ever HERO
award at Board of County Commission meeting.


EMT receives


HERO award


, Special to the, News Bulletin
Okaloosa County Board
of Commissioners awarded
the first HERO award (Hu-
manitarian Efforts Recog-
nized by Okaloosa County)
to Emergency Medical
Technician (EMT) David
Griggs of Laurel Hill.
Griggs, on his way to
work, arrived at the scene
of a vehicle accident before
emergency vehicles and
broke out a passenger win-
dow in order to attend to a
victim. He then remained
to assist the emergency re-
sponders until the patient
was flown to Sacred Heart
Hospital.
Though he claims he
was "just doing his job,"
Public Safety Director Dino


Villani submitted him for
this award.
"The timing of what
EMT Griggs did- demon-
strates his commitment
to his profession and also
coincides with Emergency
Medical Services, or EMS
Week, a time we like to show
our appreciation for all our
dedicatedipublic safety em-
ployees," Villani said.
The HERO award rec-
ognizes a deed, act or event
in which an employee not
only has gone beyond the
scope of what his or her job
.entails, but has done some-
thing of a humanitarian
or heroic nature. This can
include acts occurring out-
side work hours and sub-
missions by people outside
Okaloosa County staff.


EMS FOOD DRIVE BENEFITS
SHARING AND CARING






















A PROUD PARTNER: Okaloosa County'Emergency
Medical Services held its third annual food drive
at the Crestview Publix on Tuesday. The food
drive was held in conjunction with EMS Week,
which is May 17-23. This year's theme was
"EMS: A Proud Partner in Your Community."
All food products collected during the drive
will be donated to the Sharing and Caring of
Okaloosa County. Pictured with food donations
are Okaloosa EMS personnel Max Hubbard, Lisa
Barrow cnd Danny Worrells.



Bomb dog joins


OCSO K-9 force


Special to the News Bulletin
For the first time, the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office' now has a certified
bomb dog on its team of
police canines. Rusty is an
18-month-old retriever mix
who became certified May
19 as an explosives detec-
tion dog by the U.S. Police
Canine Association.
Rusty was acquired in
the fall of 2008 from Ad-
vanced Canines, a police
canine distribution entity
in Kentucky.
Handler Sgt. Bob Dud-
ley said Rusty passed his
certification test with flying
colors and is now trained to
alert on 18 separate odors
that could indicate the
presence of explosives.
i


SW.,. I
Rusty belongs to the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office but will also be avail-
able to assist the Regional
Domestic Security Task
Force as needed.


are "Life on the West Florida Frontier"
with Dr. Brian Rucker of Pensacola Ju-
nior College (July 7); "Aerodynamics
for Dummies: Folding & Flying Paper
Airplanes" with author and engineer
Ken Blackburn (Aug. 4); and "Explor-
ing Folk Musical Instruments" with
the Pelican Pickers (Sept. 1).

STAFF PICKS
"Gone Tomorrow" by Lee'Child.
In this 13th installment of the Reach-


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Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Community


Crestview News Bulletin I A 1


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
IN MEMORY: The Blossom Garden Club of Baker, Holt and Escambia Farms
recently met to plant a sycamore tree in the Jeanette and Charles Henderson
Heritage Park at the Baker Block Museum in memory of deceased members
Mary Keeling and Judy McLendon. Pictured from left are Louise Matthews,
Amarene Griffith (president),. Shirley Bess, Helen Whitfield, Janie Carr,
Virginia Johnson, Liz Davis and Jo-Ann Shafer.


AT WORK IN THE 'OFFICE'
NOT JUST HORSING
S I- / AROUND: Jamey
-F... Dubose lives
on Old River
Road north of
Baker. He went.
-' to farrier school
the Monday after
completing Baker
High School and
"has been in the
....horse business for
-. A I14years.,Jamey
and his wife,
'K .. .Kathy, love horses
and compete in
."roping events and
: :- "- trail rides.


GARDEN CLUB PLANTING


Weekend adventure
Adults are invited to
escape into Camp Tim-
poochee for a weekend
adventure. Cozy cabins
await, and several ac-
tivities are available to
choose trom throughout
the weekend. Adults 18
and older can enjoy the
adventure that begins
Saturday at 9 a.m. and
ends Sunday at 3 p.m.
Registration is $100 per
person or $150 for a cou-
ple. Proceeds benefit the
4-H science program.
Outdoor activities
planned include kayak-
ing, yoga, line dancing.
healthy lifestyle work-
shops, campfires and
more. Reserve a cabin
by calling 850-892-8172
or email Brook Saari at
bsaari(i-ufl.edu. Please
make checks payable to
Okaloosa County 4H Fmnd,
and mail to UF'IFAS Oka-
loosa Count- Extension,
5479 Old Bethel Road,
Crestview, FL 32536.

Indoor Yard and
Craft Sale
Area artist and craft
exhibitors are invited to
participate in the Indoor
Yard and Craft Sale. June
20 in Crestview. Booth
space is available for only
$20 registration. Please
send registration fee
along with information on
what you will be selling to:
Okaloosa HCE, 5479 Old
Bethel Road, Crestiew,
FL 32536-5513.
Space is available in-
side and outside. Call
early for best location.
For more information or
a registration form, call
850-689-5850 or 729-1400.
ext. 5850. This event is
sponsored by the Okaloo-
sa Home and Community
Education i'HCE) Coun-
cil, a volunteer group with
the University of Florida/
IFAS Extension in Oka-
loosa County.


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.Brooke Saari
Okaloosa County Extension
Spring is almost over, and
summer is fast approaching.
Outdoor recreation is one
of the common pastimes
during these months. Our
local rivers, lakes, Choc--
tawhatchee Bay and the
Gulf of Mexico are widely
used for recreational activi-
ties. These areas are eco-
nomically and ecologically
important to the Panhandle.
It is important to be aware
of the impact we can make,
both good and bad, on these
precious water bodies.
Debris in our waterways
is an area of concern as
more people utilize these
dynamic and precious ar-
eas. Debris includes fish-
ing line, nets, ropes, plastic
bottles, plastic bags, alu-
minum and glass. There
are more than 260 species
of animals worldwide that
have either ingested or
been entangled in some
type of debris. Jt is also re-
ported that approximately
100,000 marine animals,
such as dolphins, whales
and sea turtles, are choked
or entangled in fishing line,
nets and ropes yearly.
Waterway debris is not
only an issue for the ani-
mals but also a health risk
for humans. The risk of bro-
ken glass, rusty hooks and
entanglement can harm


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UPCOMING EVENTS
May 27: Plant Clinic
at Fort Walton Beach
Extension Building, 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m.
May 30 and 31: Adults
Unplugged Camp at Camp
Timpoochee
June 8-13: Summer
County Camp at Camp
Timpoochee
June 29-July 3: Outdoor
Adventure Camp at Camp
Timpoochee
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health and enjoyment of
these areas. Whether you
are fishing, tubing, swim-
ming, boating or sunbath-
ing, please remember to
pick up your trash and help
keep our waterways clean.
The smallest actions can
collectively make a big dif-
ference. Remember to re-
duce, reuse, recycle and
participate in local clean-
ups to become more in-
volved.
Brooke Saari is the Sea
Grant Marine Science and
'Natural Resources agent
for the University of Florida
IFAS Okaloosa County Ex-
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tion'on marine science and
natural resources informa-
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Tri-County

land use

meetings


scheduled

Document available
for review online
Special to the News Bulletin
The Draft Joint Land
Use Studydocumentis nbw
available for public review
and comment. Online at
www.tri-countybrac.com,
the JLUS is an ongoing
land use planning effort
between Eglin AFB and
surrounding communities
to promote compatible
community growth while
protecting the health,
safety and welfare of the
public and addressing en-
croachment to Eglin AFB.
The public is encouraged
to log on and review the
chapter applicable to their
respective community.
Copies of the document
will also be made available
at local public libraries.
As part of the study
process, a series of public
meetings have been sched-
uled. One of the meetings
will be June 2 from 6-8
p.m. at the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce.
JLUS consultants will
be on hand to address the
study's findings to date
and receive public com-
ment regarding recom-
mendations in the Draft
JLUS Report. The meet-
ings will include an open
house format with exhibits
for the study area and a
brief presentation to pro-
vide a general overview of
the JLUS project.


Obituary.

Andy Gillman
Andy Gillman passed
away at home on May 20,
2009, after a courageous
battle with cancer.
A Milligan resident
for many years, he was.
the first Student Body
President of both Baker
High School and OWJC.
He then graduated from
FSU, where he was a
founding member of the
TKE fraternity chapter.
: He is preceded in death*
by his parents, his sister,
a very special nephew and
many other loved ones.
He is survived by his
wife, Ann, and daughters,
Alicia and Amanda.
A celebration of his life
will be held at Brackney
Funeral Home in Crestview
on Wednesday, May 27,
from 6-8 p.m.
A special thank you
to Covenant Hospice,
his home health care
nurses and especially to
his fraternity brothers for
their wonderful gift. In lieu
of flowers, please make
donations to Covenant
Hospice.
Brackney Funeral
Service, Crestview, is in
charge of arrangements.


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News

& NOTES

BRIEFS'
Foxwood Country
Club summer
camps
Foxwood Country
Club has announced
plans for summer
tennis, swimming and'
golf camps.
Swimming lessons
with local instructor
Jennifer Morgan will
start in June. Public
and private lessons will
be available. Contact
Foxwood Country Club
for details.
Golf camp with
Buddy Hartzog will be
held June 9-12 from 9
to 10 a.m. each day.
The camp is for ages
7 to 15 and costs $30
per player. Contact
Foxwood Country Club
to register.
* A tennis camp for
middle-school and high
school players will be
held June 22-26 from
6:30 to' 7:30 p.m.
each day. Cost is $25
per participant.
Call Foxwood
Country Club at 682-
2012 or stop by the
club for information on
any of these summer
programs.

Men's Invitational
Two-Man Scramble
Foxwood Country
Club will host an
Individual Two-Man
Scramble June 27-28.
The 36-hole event
is a pre-flighted
by the average of
thq partners not
-to exceed eight
strokes or the higher
handicap will be
reduced.'
The tournament is
limited to the first 70
amateur teams. All
participants must be
1 8 or older.
Cost of the ,
tournament is $180
per team and
includes cart, prizes,
tee gift, refreshMnents
as well as dinner
buffet on Saturday
and breakfast buffet
Sunday..
Play starts June
27th with.a 12:30
p.m. shotgun start.
June 28th play is set
for an 8 a.m. start.
Players who have
paid will be allowed
a practice round the
week of June 20-26
for the cart fee only.
For more
information contact
Foxwood Country
Club at 682-2012.

EC United
soccer tryouts
EC United soccer
tryouts are May 26-29
at Twin Odks Sports
Complex on State
Road 85 in Niceville.
There will be a.$10
tryout fee due at the
first session.
Go to
emeraldcoastunited.
coam to print out a
tryout form and get
more information.
Boys will try out on
May 26 and 28.
Girls will try out on
May 27 and 29.
Tryout times are
5 to 6:15 p.m. of
Academy and U9-
U12; and'6:15 to
7:30 p.m. for U13-
U18.


Twin Hills Park, Foxwood Country Club calendars full


HIT THE POOL: The Foxwood Country Club pool is open for the
summer. AT LEFT, City of Crestview Parks and Recreation Director
Chuck Powell. AT TOP, Foxwood Country Club is the only open course
in north Okaloosa County.


Foxwood Country Club to

offer camps for kids

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Foxwood Country Club has taken pride in being
family-friendly for a number of years. This sum-
mer the club takes things to a new level, offering a
broad range of activities from swimming lessons
to golf and tennis camps.
"We are a family-oriented organization and
club," said B.J. Thomhave, Foxwood general man-
ager. "We realize we have to direct our energy to-
wards the family and youth because that's where
the future is. It's just a good thing to do.
"In the past we've had some golf clinics for
youth and maybe a couple of junior golf tourna-
ments. But this is the first time where we are in-
viting parents of kids that want to get introduced
to golf to come on out, and we will show them what
it's all about."
Longtime Foxwood member Buddy Hartzog
will teach the golf camp, scheduled for June 9-12
from 9 to 10. a.m. daily and open to kids ages 7-15.
Cost is $30. Clubs will be available for those that
don't have their own.
,Thomhave said Hartzog brings a wealth of golf
knowledge into the camp. ,
"Buddy Hartzog used to be a golf professional
and teacher," Thomhave said. "He's also our su-
perintendent so he's pretty much workedwith golf
most of his life."

See FOXWOOD B2


Twin Hills Park brings

back popular programs

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It's just a feN days before another hectic sum-
mer cranks up for the Crestview Parks and Recre-
ation Department at Twin Hills Park.
"We stay busy," Parks and Recreation Director
Chuck Powell said. "When school is out we stay
busy in the gyms because there are so many more
kids coming in during the work day."
Several popular camps return for another year.
The Crestview Kids Fitness Initiative will be
available for the little youngsters ages 2-6.
The program will be held June 8 through July 2
on Tuesday and Thursdays from 9 to 10 a.m. and
will be led by Tabitha King, a certified fitness in-
structor who specializes in kids fitness and team
building.
Special events'during class hours will include
-activities such as a bubble day, nature walk and
Twin Hills scavenger hunt.
Cost of the program is $3 per session per child.
James McDermott, the soccer coach at Rich-
bourg Middle School, is back to lead the soccer
camp that will run June 15 through July 8 on Mon-
days and Wednesdays. The camp is open to chil-
dren ages 4 and older.
Camp hours are from 9 to 10 a.m. for the 4- and
5-year-olds and from 9 to 11 a.m. for those 6 and
older.

See TWIN HILLS B2


Sports

memories

camped in

the mind
Maybe I'm getting old,
but it seems to me that
summer just ain't what it
used to
R be when I
was a kid.
I'm
sure
there
must
havebeen
N NORTH END sports
ZONE camps
Randy Dickson teaching,
the game
after Little League base-
ball season endediearly
June, but I never heard
about them.
Yes, there were swim-
ming lessons offered by
the.city of Gulf Breeze
in Santa Rosa Sound at
Shoreline Park, but that
was it as best I can re-
member, and that doesn't
qualify as a camp.
I don't really know how
I feel about all the sports
camps that are out there.
I know they can be
good'things.
I believe I would have
enjoyed the Bulldog base-
ball camp with Tim Gillis.
I never could get enough
baseball and I was always
looking for a way to get
better.
The closest things I
had to a baseball camp
were the pickup games
I played in the backyard
with my friends. The
home plate area was dis-
tinctive in that it was the
largest of the four places
where what little grass we
had in the yard had been
completely replaced by
sand. Our outfield fence
was the edge of the woods
that ran along the back of
the yard.
The fact that we played
barefooted before we
heard of "Shoeless" Joe
Jackson is simply a testa-
ment to the fact we were
Floridians in every sense
of the word, even if we had
only been in the state for a
year or two.
There were some
hazards with going bare-
footed. The yard that had
sand'spurs and the woods
that bordered the yard
had cactus. ,
The aspiring baseball
players at the Crestview
camp won't have to worry
about that. For one thing,
shoes are required. And
for another thing, the
Bulldog diamond could be
the envy of many minor
league fields.
The extent of tennis
camp in Gulf Breeze was
a bunch of guys going to
the local courts and run-
ning each other crazy in
the noon heat.
What's the old saying?
"Only mad dogs and Eng-
lishmen go out in the noon
day sun?"
The person that coined
that saying never met my
friends and me when we
were young and full of the
fire of youth.
One of those hot June
or July days between my
freshman and sophomore
years, a group of my bud-
dies and I had been play-
ing tennis, or at least what
we called playing tennis.
As we were finishing
our matches a girl from
our church who had
graduated that spring
showed up and was look-
ing for someone to play.
Somehow we managed
, See DICKSON B2


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Crestview started brack-
et play May 16 and defeated
Niceville's High Intensity
team'6-4intwo extra innings.
Crestview pitcher Brittany
Kelch went head-to-head
with Niceville's Jessa Watts.
It was a tight contest, but


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF

ORDINANCE
Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of/the City Code and
Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the Crestview City Council
proposes to adopt the following ordinances, set forth by title
as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1424
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW,
FLORIDA, VACATING AND ABANDONING THE
UNDEVELOPED PORTION OF THE 60 FT. WIDE RIGHT
OF WAY PLATTED AS TENTH STREET, AS SHOWN,
IN THE FIRST ADDITION TO THE JACK KENNEDY
ADDITION SUBDIVISION, RUNNING EAST AND WEST,
BETWEEN TEXAS PARKWAY AND NORTH JAMES
STREET, CITY OF CRESTVIEW AND THE RESERVATION
OF UTILITY EASEMENT; PROVIDING FOR UPDATE OF
THE CRESTVIEW BASE, ZONING AND LAND USE MAPS;
PROVIDING FOR RETENTION OF A NON-EXCLUSIVE
PERPETUAL UTILITY EASEMENT; PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING
FOR FILING OF THIS ORDINANCE WITH THE CLERK OF
CIRCUIT COURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND DECLARING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
ORDINANCE NO. 1426
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR
REPEAL OF SECTION 102-357, LIFE SAFETY ANNUAL
INSPECTION FEES, ARTICLE XVIII; ADMINISTRATIVE
FEES, CHAPTER 102, LAND USE REGULATIONS; ; OF
THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF CRESTVIEW,
FLORIDA; AND PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF
CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
'The public hearing in conjunction with the second reading
and adoption of these ordinances will be held on Monday,
June 8, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chambers, 198
North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida.
All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend
the City Council meeting and to provide written and/or verbal.
comments on the matters under consideration. The ordinance
is available for public inspection during normal business
hours at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall,
198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to
5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The City Council oT the City of Crestview, Florida does not-
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's -disability
status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure
access to and participation in the meeting should contact
the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5)'calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate
arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting
or public hearing such person will need a record of the
proceedings and for such purpose, such person may need
to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".


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Crestview came out on top.
Chaos played well together
as a team and fought hard
all the way to the end.
On May 17, Crestview
Chaos played FWB Sud-
den Impact. The weather.
caused a rain delay. The
rain just kept coming, but
eventually the field was
cleaned up. The tourpa-
ment directors ,decided to
make the game the cham-
pionship game ''because
Crestview Chaos and Sud-
den Impact were the two
undefeated teams in the 16U
division. Before the rain
delay the score was tied 4-
4. The final score was 5-4
in favor of Sudden Impact,
and Crestviewwas awarded
second place.
Crestview Chaos was
coached by Head Coach
Dexter Day and Assistant
Coach Jay Sanders. Players
are Elizabeth Bass, Ashley
Matherne, Sara Caden-
head, Shelby Gainer, Court-
ney Adams, Brittany Kelch,
Hannah Day, Jacey Sand-
ers, Lauren Estep, Morgan
Goshorn and coach. Dexter
Day.


"We used to try to keep
the 4-year olds out there for
two hours and it would get
too hot for them," Powell
said. "We reduced the time
for them to one hour and we
reduced the fee.
"We did for the first time
last year and it worked out
real well."
Cost is $25 for the 4-5 age
'group and $40 for the older
children. Campers need to
provide their own soccer
ball.
Crestview High School
outdoor education instruc-
tor Ernie Martin will lead
a fishing camp the week of
June 15-19 from 9 to 11 a.m.
Cost of the camp, which is
open to kids ages 5-12 is $30.
Children under the age of 9
must have a parent present.
The younger fishermen
should have their own cane
pole.
The camp is limited to
the first 20 kids to register,
with a second camp pos-
sible the week of June 22-26
if needed.


"Ernie is just phenom-
enal with those kids," Pow-
ell said. "He makes it fun
and interesting for them.
He teaches them a lot about
fishing.
"He's full of stories fish
stories, but he does a great
job. I was real pleased to get
him involved with our pro-
gram last year. The kids just
love him."
The tennis camp will be
held the week of June 22-26,
The camp is for ages 6-13
and cost $25. There will be
separate sessions for young
beginners, older beginners
and advanced players.
Young beginners ages 6-8
will go from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.,
older beginners ages 9-12
from 9:35 to 10:35 a.m. and
advanced players (ages 10-
13) from 10:40 to 11:40 a.m..
Campers must provide their
own racquet.
Other activities through-
out the summer:
A free bicycle safety
course sponsored by the
Crestview Police Depart-


FOXWOOD from pagee B1


Hartzog will focus on
the basics .of golf, starting
with developing a good,
balanced swing, along with
chipping, putting tech-
niques and course man-
agement.
"He will be working on
how to play the game,"
Thomhave said. "Buddy
will be working on the el-
ementary things in golf.
The swing, stance, putting
skills and how to strike the
ball properly.
"It should be the whole
package."
Jennifer Morgan, who
has previously taught
swimming through the
YMCA, will be the swim-
ming instructor.
"We are going to get
started June 1,". Thom-
have said. "We are asking
that anyone wanting to
take swim lessons call us


Hartzog will focus on the basics,
ofgolf starting with developing a
good, balanced swing, along with
chipping, putting techniques and'
course management.


and we will provide them
Jennifer's contact infor-
mation.
"I talked to her Thurs-
day morning and she's
getting full already. Jenni-
.fer will probably do more
private lessons than group
lessons because she is so
booked already."
' Information on the cost
of the swimming lessons
is available by contacting
Foxwood.
The tennis camp will


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be the week of June 22-26,,
Cost is $25 per child. The
camp will be held from 6:30
to 7:30 p.m. each evening.
The camp is designed for
middle school and high
school participants.
Neither the golf nor ten-
nis camps have a cap on
the number of spaces avail-
able. Additional camps will
be scheduled for those
sports if necessary.
Foxwood offers a num-
ber, of other summer spe-
cials.
A junior membership
is available at the club for,
those ages 18 and under
for $30 a month.
"You can play golf, you
can play tennis, you can,
go swimming," Thomhave
said. "That includes every-
thing for the youth."
Foxwood also offers a
pool membership for $240
a season. The price is good
for the entire family and in-
cludes unlimited use of the
pool from 8 a.m to 7 p.m.
daily.
Thomhave hopes the
activities available at Fox-
wood will encourage a life-
time of recreation and fit-
ness.
"I think that it is an
overall good thing in-the
community because it
emphasizes sports for the
youth," he said, "and these
are sports you can use all
of your life."
For more information on
any of the camps or sum,
mer activities at Foxwood
call 682-2012.


DICKSON

from page B1

to talk the guy that was our
best athlete, but not neces-
sarily our best tennis player,
into taking on the young
lady who was three years
our senior.
What happened next
was a far greater beat down
than the one Billie Jean
King put on Bobby Riggs
in the famed, "Battle of the
Sexes" match.
The future Auburn foot-
ball player was drilled in
every way by the Dolphin
cheerleader who used a
perfectly placed shots to
run the big man into the
ground as the rest of us
watched and laughed.
When I think about
sandlot baseball games or
days hanging out at the ten-
his courts with my friends
I don't feel as if I missed a
thing by not going to
a camp.
And as I look back on
those carefree summer
days I wouldn't change a
thing.


Crestview Chaos claims second


at Niceville softball tourney


Special to the News Bulletin

The 16U Crestview Cha-
os Traveling softball team
placed second in a Niceville
High Intensity-sponsored
softball tournament May
15-17.


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ment June 17 and June 24
from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Bik-
ers need to bring their own
bikes and helmets.
The CPD will also be on
hand June 16-18 and June
23-25 from 9 a.m. to noon
making free digital identi-
fication kits of children for
their parents.
"It provides fingerprint-
ing and a number of things
that are helpful to have if,
God forbid, anything ever
happens to a child," Powell
said. "We encourage parents
to come and take advantage
of that."
The Crestview Fire
Department will present
the "Smoke House" at Twin
Hills on June 18'from 10 a.m.
to noon.
The Twin Hills gym
is open daily from 8 a.m.-5
p.m.
Registration for Parks
and Recreation Depart-
ment's fall soccer, football
and cheerleading will take
place from June 1 through
July 11 at Twin Hills.





Wprdnpndv. May 27. 2009


Freedom Walk announces

signing of design phase


Special to the News Bulletin
Freedom Walk LLC, a
anixed-use development lo-
cated near Crestview High
Schooland Iavidson Middle
School on Old Bethel Drive,
has announced the signing
of the design phase of Free-


dom Walk Apartments with
Acquis Construction, a divi-
sion of Holiday Builders.
Freedom Walk Apart-
ments will consist of 240
garden style units adjacent
to the planned new Crest-
view YMCA and Freedom
Walk Village, a 100,000


square feet retail and com-
mercial center. Freedom
Walk will have approxi-
mately 496 single family
homes sites.
New road signage was
scheduled to be installed at
the Freedom Walk site on
May 22.


WAL-MART DONATES TO YMCA,
ANTIOCH ELEMENTARY


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
YMCA: Wal-Mart Supercenter co-manager Christy Burns presents a Wal-Mart
community grant check for $2,000 to Ann Teel-Hatcher, Crestview YMCA
Board of Directors chairperson; Laura Childers, ambassador; and Glenn Scott,
sports director. The money will be used toward the annual sustaining funds for
the Strong Kids Campaign, according to Teel-Hatcher.


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ANTIOCH ELEMENTARY: Antioch Elementary School guidance counselor Sandy
Connor and technology chairperson Alice Clark accept a $3,000 Wal-Mart
community grant check from Wal-Mart co-manger Christy Burns. The grant
money will be used to update the school's television studio equipment with
which students produce the morning show.


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Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Digital printing age dawns on Main Street


Digital press provides versatility, quality to area businesses and organizations


Special to the News Bulletin
It may look like a photo-
copier and even, in its qui-
et, efficient way, sound like
one. Yet the new piece of
machinery at Hart Print-
ing is by no means a copier.
Not by a long shot.
Hart's new OKI CX3641
is the area's first dig-
ital press, and opens up a
whole new realm of print-
ing options for area busi-
nesses, schools, institu-
tions and individuals.
One of the digital press's
biggest advantages 'over
the shop's color copier is
its crystal clear print qual-
ity. To an untrained eye,
it's indistinguishable from
fine, high-resolution offset
printing. To the trained
eye, it's even better.
A digital press doesn't
rely on the overlay of the
four primary colors of ink
- red, yellow, blue and
black in microscopic dot
patterns to produce color-
ed images. Instead, it flows
the ink evenly on the page.
Even under a magnifying
glass, there is no discern-
ible "tone" pattern.'
The resolution, a crisp
1,200 .dots per inch, more
than quadruples the aver-
age office printer or photo-
copier's 300 dpi resolution.
Text is sharper and easier
to read, and photos seem
to pop from the page.


More brilliant, however,
is what the machine can do
on the output end.
"It can build complete
books," explained man-
ager and graphic designer
Viola Owens.
As it prints pages'for a
book or booklet, the digital
press collates them in or-
der, folds and then binds
them with a "saddlestitch"
binding (staples in the
spine).
Because it's a digital
process, the press can also
print pieces using vari-
able data. For example, if
a business wants to. send
a mailing personalized to
each of its clients by name,
the data can be fed to the
press and inserted into the
layout where designated.
The press can run a
wide variety of common
paper stocks, from text
weight (standard copier
paper) to medium-weight
cover stocks. While the
press can accommodate
paper up to 12 inches by
18 inches, Hart Printing
stocks standard 11-inch
by 17-inch stock. They can
special. order the larger
size if needed, Owens as-
sures.
And unlike a standard
printer or copier, the digit-
al press can print "bleeds"
- that is, images that go
right up to the very edge of
the paper.


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SPECIAL TO THE CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN


START THE PRESSES: HartPrinting manager and graphic designer Viola Owens programs a job on the print
shop's new digital press, which brings state-of-the-art technology, quality and versatility to Crestview area
businesses and organizations.


Business group releases


2009 legislative scores


Special to the News Bulletin

Associated Industries
of Florida (AIF), one of the
state's top business groups,
has released its 2009 state
legislative rankings.
For more than 30 years,
AIF has released annual
legislative rankings to
highlight support among


legislators on key voting
issues most important
to businesses across the
state.
District 1 Rep. Greg
Evers (R-Bakdr) received
a score of 93 percent, mak-
ing him the top-scoring
legislator from Northwest
Florida. Evers was tied
for 19th overall among 120


members of the Florida
House of Representatives?
District 5 representa-
tive Brad Drake (R- Euch-
eeanna) received a score of
88 percent, tied for 62nd. -
State Sen. Durell
Peaden (R-Crestview) re-
ceived a score of 73 percent
and ranked 32nd of 40 state
senators.


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What's Happening


From staff reports


NORTH OKALOOSA
WATER & SEWER
ACCEPTS E-CHECKS:
Customers of Okaloosa
County Water & Sewer can.
now pay with a check by
calling 651-7171, and using
thevoicemailutilitysystem
and online. Additionally,
customers can also
receive their monthly
statements by e-mail; to
sign up send an e-mail to'
wssupport@co.okaloosa.
fl.us. Payments can still
be made in person, and
you can speak directly to
customer service clerks
anytime. When visiting
the offices, ask about
their water conservation
giveaways.
QUIZNO'S RIBBON
CUTTING: The Crestview
Area Chamber of
Commerce will welcome
Quizno's Subs with a
ribbon cutting on May29 at
12 p.m. The restaurant is
located at 1338 N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview.
VETERAN'S BBQ
BASH:'VFW POST 5450
on U.S. Highway 90 will


12 p.m. to 5 p.m. to raise
funds for local disabled
and homeless veterans.
!Chicken and pork plates
will be available for $5
each. Activities include a
dunking booth, petting zoo,
face painting, and other
types of entertainment,
raffles and door prizes. All
proceeds will got ,to Safe
& Secure Respite Care in
Crestview. To make an
online donation, visit www.
ssrc-florida.org.
EX HIBITORS
INVITED: Area artist
and, craft exhibitors are
invited to participate in
the Indoor Yard and Craft
Sale June 20 in Crestview.
Indoor or outdoor booth
space registration is $20..
Please send the fee and
information on what you
will be selling to: Okaloosa
HCE, 5479 Old Bethel
Road, Crestview, FL
32536-5513.
Space is available inside
and outside. Call early for
best location. Details: 689-
5850 or 729-1400, ext. 5850.
FRIENDS OF
THE LIBRARY
INFORMATION:
The June 2 First


a.m. is on "The History of
Pensacola" by Cathy Hunt
of Troy University. The
July 1 presentation by Dr.
Brian Rucker of PJC is
about "Life on the West
Florida Frontier."
BAKER ARENA
EVENTS: The following
activities are planned at
the Baker Arena at 5503
U.S. Highway 4.
June 6, DGAHA Open
Horse Show
Details at www.
okaloosafl.com.
RUMMAGE/BAKE
SALE: The GFWC
Woman's Club of Crestview
will hold a rummage and
bake sale fundraiser on
Saturday, June 6 from 7 to
11 a.m. in the Woman's Club
Building, 150 Woodlawn
Drive, Crestview (behind
Woodlawn Baptist
Church.) Proceeds
support the charities of'
the GFWC Woman's Club
of Crestview. Details: 682-
1416.
RED CROSS
CLASSES:
CPR-Adult: May 29, 6,
p.m. 9 p.m.
CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer,


.. Okaloosa County
Baby Sitters Boot Camp
for children ages 11-15,
June 11-13, 9 a.m. 3
p.m. Lunch is provided
each day. Students learn
babysitter's training, child
& infant CPR, standard
first aid, pet first aid and
disaster preparedness.
All courses are
preregister and prepay.
Details and registration:
1 (800) 773-7620, ext. 0.
STATE OF THE
COUNTY: The tenth State
of the County report will
be released May 30 at the
Greater Fort Walton Beach
Chamber of Commerce,
34 Miracle Strip Pkwy.
SE, from 10, a.m. to noon.
School board chair Chuck
Kelleyj Board of County
Commissioners Chair
Bill Roberts and public
defender James Owens
will speak and take part
in a question-and-answer
session. The event sponsor,
the League of Women
Voters, emphasizes all are
welcome and reservations
are not required.
S W I M M I N .G
LESSONS: The
Crestview Family YMCA
is registering people ages


ming lessons, which begin
June 8. The fee is $48 per
sission for members, and
$62 per session for other
participants. Morning and
evening sessions are being
scheduled. Private lessons
are available by request.
Details: 689-2999.
FLAG FOOTBALL
CAMP: The Crestview
Family YMCA is offering
flag football camp from
June 8 to 12.
The fee for members
is $25; the fee for other
participants is $35 per
session. Details: 689-2999.
WALKER EVENTS:
Walker Elementary
announces the following
activities:
Spring Carnival, June
*3 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
during school. Games are
free; drinks, popcorn and
cotton candy are 50 cents
each.
Last day of school is
June 4 with dismissal at
2:20 p.m.
Summer daycare will
be provided by Walker
Child Care. Call 683-7686
for details. Applications
are available at the front
office.
Honors Assemblies


for 3rd graders and 1:45
p.m. for fourth graders;'
June 2 at 8:50 a.m. for-
kindergarteners, 9:45 a.m.'
for first graders, and 1"
p.m. for 2nd graders. Fifth
grad reception is June 3
at 1:30, and the 5th grade
Celebration OSTP is June
4 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The school welcomes
a new nurse, LPN Beth
Fountain.
Immunizations will:
be required for the 2009-10
school year for students
11 years old or older. If:
you have any questions,
contact your doctor's office
or the Health Dept. at 689-
7855.

MISCELLANEOUS
GARDENING
SERIES:. Valparaiso
Garden Club's Creative
Gardener Series will host
its next program on June 1
at 6 p.m. at the Valparaiso
Community Library.
"Plants for Summer Heat
and Humidity" will give
you an opportunity to learn
about plants that do well
in our area. The public
-is invited; plants will be
available for purchase. Call


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Legal # 100604
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000079 C
Notice is hereby given
that Alliance Holdings,
LLC, as holder of 'the
following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the' property ,is as fol-
lows: '
Certificate # 1206 of
2005 Assessed to:
JOHNNIE & EDNA F.
STOKES
Description: FAIRVIEW
ADD BLOCK 4 LOT 11
809/151
Parcel ID#:
20-3N-23-0830-0004-
0110 Opening Bid:
$18,195.78
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in, the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
June 23, 2009.
Dated this 13th day .of
May, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK. OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: ULisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk
05/20/09
05/27/09
'06/03/09
06/10/09


Do Something
Good For
Tomorrow
RECYCLE
TODAY!


Elite's Home Daycare
' Mon-Fri 6:30 5:30
FT Openings available
Call 689-8540


The Apple Tree Pre-
school now offering
Summer Day Camp
Tues./Thurs. 9am-lpm
ages 2-6 for more info
call 689-3899


Honest & Deperndable
Lady will clean your
house/apartment. Free'
Estimates. Ref's
850-398-6230








Able Concrete
Tear out, replacement
driveways, patios. Free
Estimate. Lic/Ins
850-685-6248


Legal # 100605
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000073 C
Notice is hereby given
that Sun State Proper-
ties, Inc., as holder of
the following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 1058 of
2005 Assessed to:
Lesly Alexis, a/k/a Les-
ley Alexis, Tammy
Ford, and Guerly Alexis
Description: CREST-
VIEW BLOCK 79 LOTS
15 & 16
Parcel ID#:
17-3N-23-2490-0079-
0150 Opening Bid:
$4,489.01 -
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the' certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
June 23, 2009.
Dated this 13th day of
* May, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk
05/20/09
05/27/09
06/03/09
06/10/09


Legal #100607,
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000076 S
Notice is hereby given
that MTAG Cust For
Overland, as holder of
the following certificate,'
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed -to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name, in which the
property, is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 1068 of
2006 Assessed to:
ABRAHAM EVANS OR
QUITINA RICE


LATHAM
CONCRETE
Robert Latham
Masonry, Contractor-
Lic./Ins. Since 1977
All types of Concrete
work. House slabs,
Driveways, Additions.
3000 PSI mix used
on every job.
Also Bobcat work.
Free est.
682-0137
Cell 826-1672


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

Lasco Handyman
Inc. Licensed and In-
sured. Honest and
dependable, refer-
ences. Call Terry
902-3928

Small Job Specialist,
no job to small. Paint-
ing, stucco, stone,
drywall, debris re-
moval, ect; call Allen
826-3512


I .'...l,'a: -,. .J I ,1'.1'Qa3, I .. 1,3'.
Descripiior, Corn rjW Legal # 100618 an.,r I a oFinal Judagm-ni
,o-,r .,i tIE1l 4 ol SW1 .1 Daled in., 1311-, ,-iay 1 1ri Mongage Fore.clo.
E3',5 n IJ997 n ". POB May 2009 IN THE CIRCUIT i.ule aklea May 15.
11109 I1 Ei55 n 1i. POB COURTOF THE 2009 and .niere, ir,
etc. DON W. HOWARD FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CGae No
Parcel ID#: CLERK OF THE CIR- CUlT OF FLORIDA IN 2007-CA-1819-S of the
09-2S-24-0000-0062- CUIT COURTS ANDFOR' OKALOOSA Circuit Court of the
0270 Opening Bid: By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- COUNTY, FLORIDA FIRST Judicial Circuit
$3,725.86 uty Clerk PROBATE DIVISION in and for OKALOOSA
All of said property be- CASE NO. 09-CP-485 County, Florida
ing in the County /of 05/20/09 C wherein LASALLE
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 05/27/09 BANK NATIONAL AS-
ida. 06/03/09 IN RE: ESTATE OF SOCIATION, AS TRUS-
Unless the certificate is 06/10/09 ANTHONY L. TOR- TEE FOR OWNIT
redeemed according to RENT, MORTGAGE LOAN
law, the property de- Deceased, TRUST, MORTGAGE
scribed in the certifi- LOAN ASSET-BACKED
cate will be sold to the Legal # 100609 NOTICE TO CREDI- CERTIFICATES,
highest bidder in the TORS SERIES 2006-5, is the
BCC Board Meeting NOTICE OF APPLICA- Plaintiff and STEPHEN
Room at the Okaloosa TION FOR TAX DEED The administration of L; BODIFORD; WANDA
County Courthouse, the estate of ANTHONY S DUKE; TWIN LAKES
Crestview, Florida at TDA Case #: 2009 TD L. TORRENT, de- OWNERS' ASSOCIA-
,10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 000075 C ceased; whose date of TION, INC; TENANT
June 23, 2009. death was March, 28, #1 N/K/A LANE ROB-
Notice is hereby given 2009, and whose So- ERTS are the ,Defend-
Dated this 13th day of that The Cullen Family cial Security Number is ants, I will sell to .the
May, 2009. Revocable Trust, as N/A is pending in the highest and best bid-
holder of the following Circuit Court for der for cash at IN
DON W. HOWARD certificate, has filed Okaloosa County, Flor- FRONT OF CLERK'S
CLERK OF THE CIR- said certificate for a Tax ida, 'Probate, Division, FRONT DOOR OF
CUIT COURTS Deed to be issued the address of which is SHALIMAR ANNEX at
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- thereon. The certificate 101 James Lee Blvd. 11:00AM, on the 17 day
uty Clerk number, and year of is- East, RO. Box 1359, of June, 2009, the fol-
suance, the name in Crestview, Florida lowing described prop-
05/20/09 \ which the property is 32536. The names and erty as set forth insaid
*05/27/09 assessed and the de- addresses of the per- Final Judgment:
06/03/09 scription of the.- prop- sonal representative
06/10/09 erty is as follows: and the personal LOT 84, TWIN LAKES,
Certificate # 2656 of representative's attor- A PLANNED UNIT DE-
2002 Assessed to:' ney are set forth below. VELOPMENT, AC-
JOSEPH H. & KIM B. CORDING TO THE
Legal # 100608 MCKINNEY All creditors of the.de- PLAT THEREOF AS
Description: SYLVANIA cedent and other per- RECORDED IN PLAT
NOTICE OF APPLICA- HEIGHTS S/D BLOCK sons having claims or BOOK, 18, PAGE(S)
TION FOR TAX DEED 5 Lot 4 demands against 98-99, OF THE PUB-
Parcel ID#: decedent's estate on LIC RECORDS OF
TDA Case #: 2009 TD 09-2S-24-244A-0005- whom a'copy of this OKALOOSA COUNTY,
000078 C 0040 Opening Bid: notice is required to be FLORIDA.
$27,768.43 .. served must file their
Notice is hereby given All of said property be- claims with this court A/K/A 253 TWIN
that C Scott or Mary H ing in the County of WITHIN THE LATER LAKES LANE, DES-
Stewart, as holder of Okaloosa, State of Flor- OF 3 MONTHS AFTER TIN, FL, 32541
the following certificate, ida. THE TIME OF THE
has filed said certificate Unless the certificate is. FIRST PUBLICATION
for a Tax Deed, to be is- redeemed according to OF THIS NOTICE OR
sued thereon. The cer- law, the property de-. 30 DAYS AFTER THE Any person claim-
tificate number and scribed in the certifi- DATE OF SERVICE OF ing an interest In the
year of issuance, the cate will be sold to the A COPY OF THIS NO- surplus from the sale,
name in which the highest bidder in the TICE ON THEM. if any, other than the
property is assessed BCC Board Meeting. property owner as of
and the description of Room at the Okaloosa All other creditors of the date of the Lis
the property is as fol- County Courthouse, the decedent's and Pendens must file a
lows: Crestview, Florida at other persons having claim within sixty (60)
Certificate # 1521 of 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, claims or demands days after the sale.
2002 Assesset to: June 23, 2009. against decedent's es-
,JOHN HENDERSON tate must file their WITNESS MY HAND
Description: BEG 137.5 Dated this 13th day of claims with this court and the seal of this
FT S OF NE CORN OF May, 2009.. WITHIN 3 MONTHS Court on May 18, 2009.
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 W 100 AFTER THE DATE OF
FT S92.5 FT E 100 FT DON W. HOWARD FIRST PUBLICATION Don W. Howard
N' 92.5 FT TO BEG CLERK OF THE CIR- OF THIS NOTICE.
984/576 CUIT COURTS Clerk of the Circuit
Parcel ID#: By: Lisa L. Guia; Dep- ALL CLAIMS NOT Court
20-3N-23-0000-0018- uty Clerk FILED WITHIN THE By:Viki Jackson
0000 Opening Bid: .' TIME PERIODS SET Deputy Clerk
$5,053.17 05/20/09 FORTH IN SECTION
All of said property be- 05/27/09 733.702 OF THE FLOR- Publish in Crestview,
ing in the County of 06/03/09 IDA PROBATE CODE News Bulletin
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 06/10/09 WILL BE FOREVER lhnvoice To: Florida De-
ida. BARRED: fault Law Group, RL.
Unless the certificate is RO. Box-250.18
redeemed according to NOTWITHSTANDING Tampa, Florida
law, the property de- Legal # 100611 THE TIME PERIODS 33622-5018
scribed in the certifi- SET FORTH ABOVE F-0 7 0 1 0 5 4 1
cate will be sold to the NOTICE OF APPLICA- ANY CLAIM FILED FIDLITTON-CONV-abiv
highest bidder in the TION FOR TAX DEED TWO (2) YEARS OR en
BCC Board Meeting MORE AFTER THE **See Americans with
Room at the Okaloosa TDA Case #: 2009 TD DECEDENT'S DATE OF Disabilities Act
County Courthouse, 000077 C DEATH IS BARRED. IMPORTANT
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Notice is, hereby given The .date of the first In accordance with
June 23, 2009. that MTAG Cust For publication of this No- 'the Americans with Dis-
Kirkcudbright, as tice is May 27, 2009. abilities Act, persons
holder of the following with disabilities need-
certificate, has filed BEN L. HOLLEY ing special accommo-
~"_ said certificate for a Tax RO. Box 1238 dation to participate in
Deed to be .issued Crestview, FL 32536 this proceeding should
thereon. The certificate 850-682-2336 contact Court Adminis-
b number and year of is- Attorney for Personal tration at 101 James
suance, the name in Representative Lee Boulevard East,
which the property is FLA BAR# 0036838 Crestview, FL,
assessed and the de- 32536-3515; telephone
scription of the prop- MARY M. DANFORD number (850)
a1erty is as follows: 4929 Maxwell Drive 689-5000, Extension
Certificate # 2353 'of Baker Florida-32531 7497, prior to the pro-
2006 Assessed to: ceeding. or. Shalimar
Farm Direct LARRY NICHOLS. 05/27/09' (850) 651-7497
Farm Direct D e s c r i pt i o n : 06/03/09
Centipede, Zoysia, St. OAKCREST F/G PLAT IMPORTANT
Augustine, Bermuda. 5 BEG 'NW COR L1
We deliver & install. E320 FT S279.43 FT Legal # 100Q619 In accordance with
Call 244-6651 E200 FT TO BEG E200 the Americans with Dis-
Suncoast Sod Farms FT S223.42 FT W200 IN THE CIRCUIT abilities Act, persons
FT N223.42 FT TO BEG COURT OF THE with disabilities need-
Rasbury Lawn Parcel ID#: FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ing special accommo-
Service General 27-4N-23-1822-0000- CUlT dation to participate in
cleanup mowing, 002B Opening Bid: IN AND FOR this proceeding should
trimming, pruning. Lic $38,098.14 OKALOOSA COUNTY, contact Court Adminis-
& Ins. Ref available. All of said property be- FLORIDA tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Free estimates. ing in the6 County of CIVIL ACTION Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
682-1302 or Okaloosa, State of Flor- 32579; telephone num-
398-0687 ida. LASALLE BANK NA- ber (850) 651-7497,
for lawn Unless the certificate is TIONAL ASSOCIA- prior to the proceeding.
Searching for lawn redeemed according to TION, AS TRUSTEE 05/27/09
work, tree trimming, law the property de- FOR OWNIT MORT- 06/03/09
fMetc. call 537-8616 ask scribed in the ce'tifi- GAGE LOAN TRUST, ______
for Metch. cate will be sold to the MORTGAGE LOAN
highest bidder in the ASSET-BACKED CER- Legal #100620
T BCC Board Meeting TIFICATES, SERIES
Room at the Okaloosa 2006-5, IN THE CIRCUIT
County Courthouse, plaintiff, COURT OF THE
MIKE GOLLES Crestview, Florida at FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
PAINTING 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, CASE NO. CUIT
Interior, exterior, also June 23, 2009. 2007-CA-1819-S IN AND FOR
pressure washing. Li- vs. OKALOOSA COUNTY,
censed & Insured. Free Dated this 13th day of DIVISION FLORIDA
estimates. Ph. May, 2009. CIVIL ACTION
682-5347..Senior citi- STEPHEN L..
zen discounts. DON W. HOWARD BODIFORD, et al, WELLS FARGO BANK,
CLERK OF THE CIR- Defendantss. NA,
1 CUIT COURTS Plaintiff,
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- CASE NO.
uty Clerk CASE NO.
NOTICE OF FORE- 46-2008-CA-1766 S
Fox Trot Tree Service 05/20/09 CLOSURE SALE vs.
No job to large or 05/27/09 DIVISION
small, Free Estimates. 06/03/09 NOTICE IS
I LI/INS Call Paul 06/10/09 1-IFFRY GIVFI norl.- TERESSA L.


850-398-7677
850-398-7677


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Deputy Ci r i
Purl'rIn in Cresrview


NOTICE OF FORE- irai:'.n ai lu N -gLn rNews oulienr,
CLOSURE SALE Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Invoice To: Florida De-
32579; telephone num- fault Law Group, RL.
NOTICE IS ber (850) 651-7497, RO. Box 25018
HEREBY GIVEN pursu- prior to the proceeding. Tampa; Florida.
ant to a Final Judgment 05/27/09 33622-5018
of Mortgage Foreclo- 06/03/09 F 0 7 0 1 7 6 6 0
sure dated May 18, FIDOPTIONONE-CONV-
2009 and entered in R-ejayska
Case; : No. Legal # 100621. **See Americans with
46-2008-CA-1766 S of Disabilities Act
the Circuit Court of the IN THE CIRCUIT IMPORTANT
FIRST Judicial Circuit COURT OF THE
in and for OKALOOSA FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- In accordance with
County, Florida CUIT the Americans with Dis--
wherein WELLS IN AND FOR abilities Act, persons'
FARGO BANK, NA, is OKALOOSA COUNTY, with disabilities need-
the Plaintiff and FLORIDA ing special accommo-'
TERESSA L. CIVIL ACTION dation to participate in'
SPRAGUE; JAMES M. this proceeding should
SPRAGUE; NAUTICAL DEUTSCHE BANK NA- contact Court Adminis-
WAY CONDOMINIUM TIONAL TRUST COM- tration at 101 James
ASSOCIATION, INC.; PANY, AS TRUSTEE Lee Boulevard East,.
are the Defendants, I OF/ AMERIQUEST Crestview, FL,
will sell to the highest MORTGAGE SECURI- 32536-3515; telephone
and best bidder for TIES, INC. ASSET number (850)
cash at IN FRONT OF BACKED PASS 689-5000, Extension,
CLERK'S FRONT THROUGH CERTIFI- 7497, prior to the pro-
DOOR OF SHALIMAR CATES, SERIES ceeding. or Shalimar
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on 2006-l1 UNDER THE (850)651-7497
the 22 day of June, POOLING AND SERV-
2009, the following de- 'ICING AGREEMENT IMPORTANT
scribed property as set DATED AS OF FEBRU-
forth in said Final Judg- ARY 1, 2006, In accordance with
merit: Plaintiff, the Americans with Dis-
UNIT NUMBER 101 OF abilities Act, persons
NAUTICAL WAY CON- CASE NO. with disabilities need-.
DOMINIUM, ACCORD- 2007-CA-2880-C ing special adcommo-
ING TO THE PLAT vs. dation to participate in'
THEREOF AS RE- DIVISION this proceeding should
CORDED IN CONDO- contact Court Adminis-
MINIUM PLAT BOOK 3, KATHARINE A. tration at 1250 N. Eglin
AT PAGES 92-93, OF HULION, et al, Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
THE PUBLIC REC- Defendant(s). 32579; telephone num-
ORDS OF'OKALOOSA ber (850) 651-7497,,
COUNTY, FLORIDA. / prior tothe proceeding.
TOGETHER WITH A 05/27/09
1/20 UNDIVIDED NOTICE OF FORECLO- 06/03/09
SHARE IN THE COM- 'SURE SALE
MON ELEMENTS AP- NOTICE IS
P U RT E N A N T HEREBY GIVEN pursu- Legal# 100622
THERETO IN AC- ant to a Final Judgment
CORDANCE WITH of Mortgage Foreclo- IN THE CIRCUIT
AND SUBJECT TO sure dated May 15, COURT OF THE FIRST
COVENANTS CONDI- 2009 and entered in JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
TIONS, RESTRIC- Case No. IN AND FOR
TIONS, TERMS AND 2007-CA-2880-C of the OKALOOSA COUNTY,
OTHER PROVISIONS Circuit Court of the FLORIDA
OF DECLARATION OF FIRST Judicial Circuit CIVIL ACTION
CONDOMINIUM OF in and for OKALOOSA
NAUTICAL WAY CON- County, Florida DEUTSCHE BANK NA:
DOMINIUM AND THE wherein DEUTSCHE TIONAL TRUST COM-
SCHEDULES AN- BANK NATIONAL PANY AS TRUSTEE.
NEXED THERETO AS TRUST COMPANY, AS FOR MASTR SPEC LN,
RECORDED IN OFFI- TRUSTEE OF TR06-3,
CIAL RECORDS BOOK AMERIQUEST MORT- Plaintiff,
1192, AT PAGES GAGE SECURITIES,
1,705-1749 OF THE INC. ASSET BACKED CASE NO.
PUBLIC RECORDS OF PASS THROUGH CER- 2007-CA-1138
OKALOOSA COUNTY, TIFICATES, SERIES vs.
FLORIDA. 2006-R1 UNDER THE DIVISION
POOLING AND SERV-
A/K/A 101 ICING AGREEMENT RAMON A. TORIBIO, et.
GULFWINDS COURT DATED AS OF FEBRU- al,
UNIT 101, DESTIN, FL ARY 1, 2006, is the Defendant(s).
32550 Plaintiff and KATHA-
RINE A. HULION;
SHAWN D. HULION;
OKALOOSA CO. NOTICE OF FORE-
TEACHERS FEDERAL CLOSURE SALE
CREDIT UNION; are
the Defendants, I will NOTICE IS.
sell to the highest and HEREBY GIVEN pursu-
Any person claim- best bidder for cash at ant to a Final Judgment
ing an interest in the CRESTVIEW: IN of Mortgage Foreclo-
surplus from the sale, if FRONT OF CLERK'S sure dated May 15,
any, other' than the FRONT DOOR OF THE 2009 and entered in
property owner as of OKALOOSA COUNTY Case No.
the date of the Lis COURTHOUSE at 2007-CA-1138 of the
Pendens must file a 11:00AM, on the 17 day Circuit Court of the
claim within sixty (60) of June, 2009, the fol- FIRST Judicial Circuit
days after the sale. lowing described prop- in and for OKALOOSA
WITNESS MY erty as set forth in said County, Florida
HAND and the seal of Final Judgment: wherein DEUTSCHE
this Court on May 19, LOT 15 & 16, BLOCK 5, BANK NATIONAL
2009. GARDEN CITY, AC- TRUST COMPANY AS
CORDING. TO THE TRUSTEE FOR MASTR
Don W. Howard PLAT THEREOF, AS SPEC LN TR06-3, is the'
RECORDED IN PLAT Plaintiff and RAMON A:
Clerk of the Circuit BOOK 1, PAGE(S) 10, TORIBIO; RAMON C'
Court OF THE PUBLIC REC- TORIBIO; SUMMER
ORDS OF OKALOOSA PLACE CONDOMIN-
COUNTY, FLORIDA, IUM OWNERS ASSO-
AND THE SOUTH 1/2 .CIATION, INC.; are
By:Viki Jackson OF THE VACATED AL- the Defendants, I will
LEY LYING ADJACENT sell to the highest and
Deputy Clerk TO LOTS 15 AND 16, best bidder for cash at
Publish in Crestview BLOCK 5, AND LYING CRESTVIEW: SOUTH
News Bulletin BETWEEN LOTS 15 FRONT DOOR OF THE
Invoice To: Florida De- AND 16 AND LOTS 1 OKALOOSA COUNTY
fault Law Group, RL. AND 2, BLOCK 5, GAR-' COURTHOUSE
RO. Box 25018 DEN CITY, ACCORD-
Tampa, Florida ING TO THE PLAT SHALIMAR: IN FRONT-
33622-5018 FILED THEREOF, IN OF CLERK'S FRONT
F 0 8 0 2 1 1 7 2 PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE DOOR OF SHALIMAR
NMNC-CONV-R-khart- 10, OF THE RECORDS ANNEX at 11:00AM, onm
maier OF OKALOOSA the 17 day of Juner
**See Americans with COUNTY, FLORIDA. 2009, the following de"
Disabilities Act scribed property as set
IMPORTANT A/K/A 6458 BUR- forth in said Final Judg--
LESON BOULEVARD, ment:
In accordance with CRESTVIEW, FL CONDOMINIUM UNIT
the Americans with Dis- 32539 NO. 301, OF SUMMER
abilities Act, persons PLACE, A CONDOMIN-
with disabilities need- Any person claim- IUM, ACCORDING TO-
ing special accommo- ing an interest in the THE DECLARATION
dation to participate in surplus from the sale, if OF CONDOMINIUM,
this proceeding should any, other than the RECORDED IN OFFI-
contact Court Adminis- property owner as of CIAL RECORDS BOOK
tration at 101 James the date of the Lis 2476, STARTING AT
Lee Boulevard East, Pendens must file a PAGE 2619, AND CON-
Crestview, FL, claim within ,sixty (60) DOMINIUM PLAT-
32536-3515; telephone days after the sale. BOOK 10, PAGES 40,-
number (850) WITNESS MY 41 AND 42, OF THE-
689-5000, Extension HAND and the seal of PUBLIC RECORDS OF'
7497, prior to the pro- this Court on May 19, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
ceeding. or Shalimar 2009. FLORIDA. TOGETHER
(850) 651-7497 WITH AN UNDIVIDED'
Don W. Howard INTEREST IN THE'
IMPORTANT COMMON ELEMENTS'
Clerk of the Circuit WHICH ARE APPUR--
In accordance with Court TENANT TO THE UNIT'
the Americans with Dis- AS SET OUT IN SAID'
abilities Act, persons DECLARATION OF
with disabilities need- CONDOMINIUM.


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Classifieds


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


A/K/A 1111 barila U-MtJ Il L. % uU
Rosa Boulevard Unit ING TO THE PLAT
301, Ft Walton Beach, THEROF AS RE-
FL 32548 CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 21, PAGES 1 TO
Any person claim- 3, OF THE PUBLIC
Ing an Interest in the RECORDS OF
surplus from the sale, if OKALOOSA COUNTY,
any, other than the FLORIDA.
property owner as of A/K/A 4217 JADE
the date of the Lis LOOP, DESTIN, FL
PFendens must file a 32541
claim within sixty (60) Any person claiming an
days after the sale. interest in the surplus
. WITNESS MY from the sale, If any,,
HAND and the seal of other than the property
this Court on May 19, owner as of the date of
2009. the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
Don W. Howard (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY -HAND
Clerk of the Circuit and the seal of this
Court Court on May 12, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
By:Viki Jackson Court
By: Vickie Jackson
Deputy-Clerk Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
New Bulletin Florida Default Law
Invoice To: Florida De- Group, P.L. P.O. Box
fault Law Group, RL. 25018 Tampa, Florida
P.O. Box 25018 33622-5018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018 IMPORTANT
F 0 7 0 0 5 9 5 3 In accordance with the
GMAC-CONV-ablven Americans with Disabil-
**See Americans with cities Act, persons with
Disabilities Act disabilities needing
IMPORTANT special accommoda-
tion to participate in
In accordance with this proceeding should
the Americans with Dis- contact Court Adminis-
abilities Act, persons tration at 101 James
with disabilities need- Lee Boulevard East,
ing special accommo- Crestview, FL
nation to participate in 32536-3515; telephone
this proceeding should number (850)
contact Court Adminis- 689-5000, Extension
tration at 101 James 7497, prior to the pro-
Lee Boulevard East, ceeding. or Shalimar
Crestview, FL, (850)651-7497
32536-3515; telephone
number (850) -IMPORTANT
689-5000, Extension In accordance with the
7497, prior to the pro- Americans with Disabil-
ceeding. or Shalimar itjes Act, persons with
(850) 651-7497 disabilities needing
special accommoda-
IMPORTANT tion to participate in
this proceeding should
In accordance with contact Court Adminis-
the Americans with Dis- tration at 1250 N. Eglin
abilities Act, persons 'Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
with disabilities need- 32579; telephone num-
ing special accommo- ber (850)651-7497,
nation to participate in prior to the proceeding.
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis- 5/20/2009
tration at 1250 N. Eglin 5/27/2009
Parkway, 'Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. 1110
05/27/09 .


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tificate number and Call this newspaper or
year of issuance, the (866)742-1373 for more
name in which the details or visit:
property is assessed www.flbrida-classifieds.
and the description of com.
the' property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 1097 of
2005 Assessed. to: 110 _I
JAMES EDWARD 'Single White Male 5'8",
NEWTON I--!170. ,Searching for a
Description: CREST- Caregiver name
VIEW BLOCK 146 LOT Carolyn that I met a few
5 I years ago. Please call
Parcel ID#: Bob, or RLB, 689-8038
17-3N-23-2490-0146- or you can write to RLB
0050 Opening Bid: PO Box 876 Crestview,
$5,636.01 FL, 32536
All of said property be-
ing in the County of "'
Okaloosa, State of Flor- .
ida. i
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de- I
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the M
highest bidder in the PEsANI
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa 2100-Pets
County Courthouse, 2110 Pets: Free to
Crestview, Florida at Good Home
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 2120- Pet Supplies
June 23, 2009. '2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
Dated this 13th day of 2140 Wantedstock
June, 2009 WARD 2150 Pet Memorials
DON W. HOWARD ,
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUlT COURTS'
By: Usa L. Guia, Dep- A'
uty Clerk 2100-


05/20/09
05/27/09
06/03/09
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w__,_________ ,2 Chihuahua
LEGAL #120222 puppies,CKC reag.
LEGAL #120222 $500. call-306-1137
IN THE CIRCUIT --- -
COURT OF THE ,-" "
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- '
CUIT INAND FOR '
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
,FLORIDA CIVIL AC-
TION CASE NO:
46-2008-CA
-003983 DIVISION
FILE NO: F08058477 MERCHANDISE
WASINGO Ml 3100 -Antiques
WASHINGTON MU- 3110 -Appliances
TUAL BANK, 3120 Arts & Crafts
Plaintiff, 3130 Auctions
-3140 Baby Items
vs. 3150 Building Supplies
3160 -Business
BRADLEY M. FENN, et 3170- Equipment .
al,3 Collectie
Defendantss. 3180 Computers
defendants). Electroncs
S 3200 Firewood
NOTICE OF RE- 3220 Furniture
SCHEDULED FORE- 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
CLOSURE SALE 3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
NOTICE IS HEREBY 3260 Health & Fitness
GIVEN pursuant to an .3270 Jewelry/Clothing
Order. Rescheduling. 3280 Machinery/
Foreclosure sale 'dated Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
May 7, 2009 and en- 3300 Miscellaneous
tered in Case NO. 3310 Musical Instruments
46-2008-CA-003983 of 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
the Circuit Court of the Supplies ,
FIRST Judicial Circuit 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
in and for OKALOOSA 3340 Sporting Goods
County, Florida 3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)
wherein WASHINGTON
MUTUAL BANK, is the
Plaintiff and BRADLEY ___9 __0
M. FENN;' ROBBIE 3100
FENN; are the Defend- All Types of Watch &
ants, I will sell to the Clock Repair, grandfa-
highest and best bid- others, mantels, cuckoos,
der for cash at CREST- we buy antiques, Call
VIEW: SOUTH FRONT 689-1007
DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY f
COURTHOUSE
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT 3150
DOOR OF SHALIMAR Metal Roofing. 40 yr
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on Warranty-Buy direct
the 16 day of June, from manufacturer
2009, the following de- 30/colors in stock, wall
scribed property as set accessories. Quick turn
forth in said Final Judg- around.. Delivery availa-
ment: ble. Gulf Coast Supply
LOT 28D, DIAMOND & Mfg, (888)393-0335
LAKES, A www.GulfCoastSupply.
TOWNHOUSE DEVEL- corn


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5956 Linene Drive,
Crestview
Fri., May 29 & Sat.
May 30 Times8:00 -
3:00
Directions: Drive Hwy
85 North past Winn
Dixie; turn left onto
Lake Silver Rd.; turn
left onto Unene Drive.
Signs will be posted.
Computers, electron-
ics, furniture,- clothes,
toys, home decor,
soy candles and
much more.


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"Getting
Married and
Have too
Much Stuff
Salel
Broyhlll Queen
light wood bed &
night stand, $75
Full size light wood
Futon, $25
Solid Pine bar style
claw foot kitchen
table and 4 chairs
with separate bev-
eled smoked glass
top, $150
Solid oak oval claw
fo6t coffee table
and end table, $50
Light wood & silver
rolling computer
desk, $25
La-Z-Boy recliner,
blue, $25
11 'x8' rust & beige
woven rug, $75
+ Stacked washer &
dryer set, Energy
Saver, $250
Light beige leather
sofa Free to good
Shomel
All items good cond.
Prices negotiable.
Will sell all together
for $550.
Call 850 797-5387 or
614 633-7822


iWroDAY

Spc Microfiber living rm
set. Still in crate. Retail
$1599, only $599 Can
separate. 850-471-0330


NEW TUOAV

Brand new Pillowtop
mattress Queen & foun-
dation, Fact. warr. $160
850-255-3050 Deliv avail

Does
redecorating
EVER go
smoothly?


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Here It is again...
Aruba Model
"Click" Futon
Thanks to everyone
who called about this
futon. We just
couldn't seem to
make a decision
about the new sofa!
But we've. finally
worked it out !
This super cool con-
vertible couch, clicks
into place. Can con-
vert to a double
chaise lounge or a
bed (17"x78"x48") or
a couch (35"x78"x36")
8 different settings!
Great modern design
with neutral oyster
colored stain resist-
ant microfiber fabric
removable cover.
Great for "smaller
spaces. This is a
stock picture with the
ad but the couch
looks exactly the
same. because it's in
excellent condition.
Lists for $600, selling
for $275.
+ Coordinating Sage
green pillows & throw
will complete the set,
$25. In FWB, call
Donna, 362-8868.



NfW rOIJAY
King, Mattress and 2 pc
box set. New, in plastic
Pillowtop Only $225. 850
471-0330 Can deliver



3230
Baker
Estate Tag Sale
of Gator and
Barbara Lewis
5792 Monroe
Fri & Sat 7-5
Sun 12 5pm
Liquidating household
contents: Kinkades,
Boyd Bears & otfer
collectibles, jewelry,
glassware, crystal,
china, formal wear,
massive Christmas
items & much, much
morel




Crestvlew
ESTATE SALE
IN HOLT

4643 MAIN ST
FRI& SAT 29 & 30th
8 2pm (INSIDE)
HOLT 4643 MAIN
ST
ANTIQUES FURNI-
TURE PHONO-
GRAPH GUN -
GLASSWARE WAG-
NER IRON HEISEY -
HUMMELS ROYAL
DUX IRIS & HER-
RINGBONE TOOLS
-DELTA SAWBUCK -
TOO MUCH TO LIST
COME SEE.



HEW rofUAy
Crestview
Multi-family
Garage Sale


Code: M
Colonial Life seeks li-
censed Life & Health
agents to market vol-
untary employee ben-
efit programs to em-
ployers. First year po-
tential 60K and up. Call
Meredith at
(904)424-5697 or
MeredithBrewer@
comcast.net.
Help Wanted. Join
Wil-Trans Lease or
Company Driver Pro-
gram. Enjoy our Strong
Freight Network. Must
be 23. (866)906-2982


3280

Tap and Die Set
New, very large, in SINESS FINANCIAL
metal case. #1-1" HSS 5100 Business
$600. Call 499-8086 Opportunities
I______ 5110 Money to Lend


3300
Airlines Are Hiring -
Train for high paying
Aviation Maintenance
program. Financial aid
f qualified Housing
available. Call Aviation
Institute of Mainte-
nance (888)349-5387.

Attend College Online
from Home. *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal,
*Computers, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement
assistance. 'Computer
available. Financial. Aid
if qualified. Call
(866)858-2121,
www.CenturaOnline.com

Straightwall Building
Salel Unprecedented
low prices...Deposits
reduced. Flexible Deliv-
ery. 25X30 $5680.
30X40 $8490. 35X50
$10,400. 40X60
$12,980. 50X100
$21,900. Others In
Business 25 Years
(800)720-6857.



I 3310
Fender Squire
Electric Guitar
Fender hard case &
Fender 12" dual chan-
nel amp with remote
foot switch, foot con-
trolled digital effects
processor with
wah-wah pedal, guitar
stand and all cables.
Excellent condition
$600. Call 226-6754

.






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




Customer Service

Nail Technician
Full Time for Steele
Magnolias in Baker
Great location great ca-
reer opportunity to
build clientele. Cathy
Steele 398-3362 Iv msg

Food Srvc/Hospitality
All Positions
for Cracker Barrel of
Crestview. Nights &
weekends 682-8804
Apply anytime. EOE


3Br 2Ba Foreclosure!
$11,000! Only '$199/
Mb! 5% down 15 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 4 Br
$259/Mo! for listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5798
Baker, 3br, lba + 6
acres. As is, you
maintain. $650. Call
850-217-8209


HEW [D-'AY
Crestvlew- 2 br, 1.5 ba
378 W. Woodruff, $500
mo. + $300 dep. Avail
now. Call 689-4442 or
240-0474
Crestview 3BR/2BA
Brick. $750. mo lease
and D.D. requ.no pets.
Call 850-951-0444

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vate
dd,


6170

3stview Large
R/2BA on nice pri-
e lot $495. mo. +
Call 362-9845


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
-7105 Open Houses
7110 Beach Home/
.Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes


Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba 7170-.Waterfront
home. ONLY $850 mo! 7180 Investment
5100 Call Jenny at Pelican, Property
Real Estate 315-0972 719 Real Estateown
All Cash Vending! Do,:. Real'Estate
you earn $800 in a Crestview- 4br, 2ba w/ 7200 Timeshare
day? 25 Local Ma- bonus room. Large
chines and Candy Fenced Backyard $795 0 ,,,aH.
$9,995. (888)629-9968 mo+$70odd. 689-1285
B02000033 Call us:-- -
We will not be under- -- 7100-
sold! N fEWA
Your Retirement Ac-
count Disappearing? C'View GREAT
Motivated people are 3BR/2BA/ D EA L
making $500-$3500 per 3 B
day. No Selling. Not 1CG-$700+SD L -
MLM. No Explaining w/lease 602 Mooney
www.successnow123.com
or (888)223-5772, So. of 1-10. Small pet Rd. FWB
- ok. 217-5048 Kenwood
..- '--" For Sale by OwnerKenwood
S 5948 Meadow Lane 3/2/1 .,,i .j.i, o l q
B~~~U iJtf l b iik 2


I '., Brick house w/fireplace.
"' :'' Move in ready. $8000 tax
credit for 1st time
t homebuyer. Qualifies for
Rural Loan Program
I I a a which finances 102%.
REA. ESTATE FOR REiff $115,000 means payment
S ESTA FOR RENT around $720
6100 Business/ .850-243-2172 or Buy
Commercial. Grandmommys.
6110 Apartments .House.com
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 Cfndo/Townhousa
6140 House Rentals
6150- Roommate Wanted NEW rfOAV
6160 Rooms for Rent
6170 Mobile Home/Lot
6180- Out-of-Towh Rentals Janet Johnson
6190 -TImeshare Rentals Realty, Inc.
6200 Vacation Rentalsly, in
Equal Housing
Opportunity
-- 6100oo 682-1800

Crestview Crestview
Office Space *118 Hampton,
Executive Offices in 2 br, 1.5 be; $550
McClain, Office Plaza 3089 Cosson Cr,
on Hwy 85. Rate in- 3 br, 2 ba; $595
cludes ALL utilities, 226 Runnymeade Dr,
high speed internet' 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
common area main- 4644 Bobolink Way
tainance and daily 2 br, 2 ba, $625
cleaning. '682-0791 575 Pine Ave
________________________qS h, 9 h.-, a~n


1 i 3 2 u; i$700/uu
104 Corwin St
Professional Office, 2 br, 2.5 ba, $725 ,
building for Lease 0 5292 Opportunity Dr
1000"sf. 101 Duggan 3 br, 2 ba; $795
Ave. (Next to Eglin 2405 Mill Run Dr,
FCU) Call 621-0046. 3 br, 2 ba; $925
123 Nicole Ln,
4 br, 3 ba; $1000
0T211 Raptor Dr,
S 6110 4 br, 2 ba; $1200
6042 Sand Hill Rd
$99 Move In 4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250
Special!
Crestview- Quiet well- Commercial
maintained 2 br, 1 ba, 0 593 James Lee Blvd
total electric 585-6985 1600sf, $1200


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





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


Independent Living is Crestview Bent Creek
now taking applications Apts II Vouchers Ac- Rent to own
for In home support cepted. Rental assis- No bank needed. 3/2/1.
NEW uIA (Full time) Companion tance may be avail. 1 & With large fenced yard
& Personal Care (Part 2 BR HC & non-HC ac- and shed. Totally up-
time) in the Crestview cessible apts. 209 Bent graded and insures as
area. Call 259-7190 for Creek Rd. Crestview, a 2003 home. Call 850
application. FL. Call 850 682-5563, 243-2172 or Buy
TDD/TTY 711. Equal GrandmommysHouse.
NEED A JOBII Housing Opportunity com
Exciting New Business
Laurel Hill cin Okaloosa County Crestview I & II Apart- ______
Liquidation & looking for highly moti- ments
Yard Sale vated people that like
7690 Steele Mill to have fun and make Now acceptingap iica-
Creek Road above average. income! tions for1 & 2BRC
Saturday 7:00 AM un- There is a sign on bo- non-HC accessible N EWd
til it is all one. Direc- nus of $1000 and large apartments for the ld-
tions: Pass the weekly bonuses of early and the disabled. Teel & Waters
school and follow $200 and $3501 Base Rental assistance may Real Estate
Steele Mill Creek pay of $4g5 a' week, be available. Call
Road about 4 miles Apply at 397 Walden 850-682-5149, RENTALS
St., Crestview in per- TDD/TTY711.1450 682-6156
Church pew, dining son. 850-306-2269 or Coremo Drive, Crest-
table, chairs, silk 8,0-305-1704 view, FL. Equal Hous-
ing Opportunity. 3542 Auburn Rd,
flowers, vases, Other $695, 3 BR 1 BA, 1 AC,
clothes and misc. Other Crestview Inn 4 3819 Golden Acres,
item Motel $35 d $165 WK, $750, 3BR, 2BA, 1AC
Daycare APT $190 Wk. $575 4 217 Forrest Pkwy
Worker wk.Call 682-4466 $775, 3BR, 1.5BA
TUPPERWARE Now taking Apps. CPR Crestview Nice 1 & 2 102 Trenton Ave
Callack 8-40 & first aid pref, not bd apartments, water, $945, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
Call Jackie 682-4305 req'd. Contact Mary garbage, sewage in- + 332 Adams Drive I
689-2988 clouded. $500-$550 mo. $1175, 3 BR, 2 BA 2CG
First months rent 715 Majestic Prince,
Other FREEI w/ 1 ys lease. $1100,3BR,2BA
U .NO PETS. 978-8274 or no pets
S 240 Mystery 978-8273 + 394 Riverchase Blvd
$1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CG
Shoppers Crestview, Bent Creek + 290 Main Street
Gun Show Earn up to $100/ day. Apartments I, Vouchers $1500 Commercial
ulG u In UW Undercover shoppers Accepted. Rental assis- All Properties require a
FWB needed to judge retail tance may be available, credit check, 1 year
Fair uns and dining estab. No. 1 & 2 BR, HC & non lease, no inside smok-
airgrouns exp req 1-877-358-6239 HC accessible apart- ing, pet fees are non-
May 30 & 31 Web ID #27859448 ments. refundable!
*Sat. 9-5 Production/operationsnt .Creek Road, Call Debra
*Sat.19-5 Production/Operations zCestvew' rFL. Call
*Sun. 10-4 8 50-682- 5 5 6 3, Frost 682-6156
Free Parking Sewing TDD/TTY 711. Equal ,
(407) Machine Housing Opportunity
275-7233 Operator Furnished 1 BR for We buy houses. Cash,
floridagunshows.com Professional Products, mature person; no quick closings. Friendly
Inc. (PPI) seeks experi- smoking or pets. Utili- advice on how you might
enced sewing .machine ties furnished $500. keep your home.
operators. Apply in per- Call 689-1318 1-800-You-Sell
eson in Defuniak
SSprings at 54 Hugh Ad-
3 0 20 ams Road (behind
McLains Steakhouse). 1--- 6-130 --
Online Pharmacy Buy Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba e
Soma, Ultram, Fioricet, a TH, $700 mo, $725 dd. [ 160 I
Prozac, Buspar ENo smoke/pets. Near
$71.99/90 $107/180 4130 Walker Elem. 240-0890
Quantities, Price In- Roommate to ,share
cludes Prescription! $6Q0 Weekly Potential Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba 3br, 2ba, brick house
Over '200 Meds $25 $$$ Helping the gov- TH:. 103 Hampton. W/D $450/mo includes all
Coupon Mbntion ernment PT. No Expe- hkup, shed. $525 mo + utils & cable. Call
Offer:#91A31. rience. No Selling. Call: dd. Pet w/fee. 682-8483 689-8978
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By Owner
Close to the beach,
Beautiful 2 story
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd;
2.5 bth on Paradise
Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
borhood pool, tennis,
Built in 2005. $820,000.
Call 830-3287 for show-
ing. Agents welcome.


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Individual wants to
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Lake Guntersville
Alabama
Homesites from
$29,900
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Back On Market! Lake
Access Estate 6.4 Ac-
$38,400 includes Boat
Parking! (sold fo"
$59,900) Investor
walked from downpmtl!
Beautiful building site
close to private fishing
lake. Quiet country rd
frontage, utilities, war-
ranty deed. Low financ-
ing. Call before its
gone (888)792-5253,a
x3021.
Coastal Georgia Bank
Ordered Sale 1+ Acre
Ocean Access $29,900
(888)982-8952 x 5192
http://www.
oceanaccess299.com/
Lakefront Bargain! 135
Acres (was $269,900)
Now Only $179,900.
Nicely wooded with
dockable deep water-
front on Warrior Lake.
Perfect for outdoor rec-
reation/ hunting/ fish-
ing. Convenient access
1-20. Excellent financ-
ing. Call now
(800)564-5092, x1492



0 Down
For all land' owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344
Get your share of the
; Government
Bailout...
Receive up to $8000' to
help buy your new
home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758
New Govern-
ment Financing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
roomst Rates as low as
4J75%. No, Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758


.8100 -Antique & Collectibles
I10 Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraftt
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



Ford
Thunderbird '92
Auto trans, power, runs
well. $1500 OBO:
850-398-5535
Police Impounds! 99
Honda Accord $500!
99 Honda Civic $800!
for listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9271


28120
1999 Chevy Tahoe
V8., auto, A/C, leather
int. Ground effects kit.
$5000. call 682-8621
2000 Nissan Xterra
$2800. Call 398-5751 '


8210 1
1990 Baha 27 Ft. cabin
cruiser, very clean
sleeps 7, live aboard
central air/heat 300hp
Volvo Penta $11,500.
Call 376-7569 -fwb


B 0Ea le's Landin
2BR12.5B3A
1220SF
Amenities Include:
Pool, Patios, Garages, .
Sidewalks, Community Center

Eagle's Landing is located south of 1-10. From Hwy. 85, take
PJ Adams, then left on Wildhorse, right on. Riverchase, right ,
into Eagle's Landing. 2 04 ,


James Chessher
For friendly service and
-exceptional deals, stop by
and talk with James about the

CHEV new or used vehicle you've
been dreaming of.


AMUMIM RT01HDM O
AWIF_. i. iYour Sradi HeaaQurtewrs Liocui Olnea, S Operaled
A CHEVROLET 4150 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview
682-2731


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| 7190
Covington County, AL
Only 70 miles from the
beach, but away from
hurricanes. This 2125
sq. ft., 8 bedroom, 2
bath house is situated
on 12 acres. Great floor
plan and is available
completely furnished,
including some farm
equip. for $325,000 or
unfurnished for
$290,000. All furniture"
is in excellent condi-
tion. Has a horse barn
with garage and fenced
property for horses.
The pastures have
piped water supply,
ust 3 miles from shop-
ping, but country living
at its best. For info con-
tact: 334-427-0417 or
334-804-3116


I ,


1,


(888)389-0461.
tri-drugstore.com








Mens white gold
band with princess
cut diamonds $225.
Womens white gold'
diamond band $115.
Brand new, never
worn, still in original
boxes. 301-751-8000
FWB.





B8 I Crestview News Bulletin


Business Directory


Wednesday, May 27, 2009


CRESTVI E NEWS BULLETIN

business directory


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INITIATION FEES Family..........$.. 500
Single.......... $250
O +t"ax
rK u A iAWT T c\~0ivi!


CLUBHOUSE WITH SPACIOUS BANQUET
FACILITIES FOR UP TO 200 PEOPLE
OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL
TENNIS COURTS
NATURAL GRASS DRIVING RANGE
AND PRACTICE GREEN WITH LIGHTS
GOLF SHOP STOCKED FOR ALL


YOUR GOLFING NEEDS
MEN'S AND LADIES'GOLF ASSOCIATIONS
TEE TIMES TEN DAYS IN ADVANCE
GOLF PROFESSIONAL AVAILABLE
FOXHOLE LOUNGE FOR SNACKS
AND YOUR FAVORITE DRINKS


THURSDAY SCRAMBLE
. SUNDAY SCRAMBLE
MONTHLY STEAK NIGHT WITH TRIVIA
RECIPROCAL GOLFING PRIVILEGES WITH
DE FUNIAK SPRINGS COUNTRY CLUB
HANDICAP SERVICES
(USGA GHIN MEMBERSHIP).


ro.wuou o uuniry i.,Iuu Will n osA l Iri iuiviuual Iwo-IVldli OacrdiiIUIu
June 27-28.
The 36-hole event is a preflighted by the average of the partners not to
e.cead eight strokes or the higher handicap will be.reduced.
The tournament is limited to the first 70 amateur teams. All participants
must be 18 or older.
Cost i he tournament is $180 per team and includes cart, prizes, tee
gin retreshments as well as dinner buffet on Saturday and breakfast buffet
Sunday
Play starts Saturday with a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start. Sunday play is set
ior an 8 3 m. start.
. Players who have paid will be allowed a.practice round the week of June
20.26 tor the cart fee only. For more information contact Foxwood County
Club at 682-2012.


FOxWOO COUNT7-Y CLUls
4,UlMMF.g ZCAWMP4


Foxwood Country Club has announced
plans tor summer tennis, swimming and
golf camps. Swimming lessons wilTh local
instructor Jennifer Morgan will Slarl in June
Public and private lesson- will be available
Golf campwith Buddy Hartzog will be held
June 9-12 from 9 to 10 a.m. each day. The.
camp is for ages 7 to 15 and costs $30 per




COUNTRY CLUB OF CRESTVIEW


player.
A tennis camp for middle-school and high
school players will be held June 22-26 from
6 30 p IT, o 7.30 p.m each day Costl i
$25 per parnicipanI Call Fo Club at 682-2012 or stop by the club
for information on any of these summer
programs.


4927 Antioch Rd., Crestview
(850)682-2012


www.foxwood cc.com


Selling, Installing and most
importantly Servicing what we sell.
All in House.
with this coupon get
$500 OFF ANY POOL
20% OFF 1 SINGLE ITEM


BAMBOO
SUSHI. BAR HIBACHI EXPRESS


New Installations
Pump Outs -Repairs
Permit Packages Available

Fill Dirto Land Clearing
Serving
Okaloosa Walton Santa Rosa
Counties for more than 30 years!

BBB
P 1'
Fa.85.8297


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2511 S. FERDON BLVD., CRESTVIEW, FL
MON. THUR. 11 AM 9 PM FOR CARRY OUT
FRI. -SAT. -11 AM-10 PM
SUNDAY, 12-8 PM 850.689.1391


Katharine s

Studio One


Crestview
606 James Lee Blvd.
;Crestview, FL 32536
682-6634

Fort Walton Beach
745 Beal Parkway
Ft. Walton Beach
243-0203







A PRESENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!!
SWIMMING POOL
FRSURVEY, BROCHURE & ADVICE.
FREE 100'S OF REFERENCES.
(NO OBLIGATION) ASK ABOUT THE UNEQUALED
LIFETIME WARRANTY OF OUR WORKMANSHIP
FINANCE AVAILABLE FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS-
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE LOW INTEREST RATES.
WE ARE A LOCAL FAMILY BUSINESS WITH THE
BIG REPUTATION. OWNER OPERATED &
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WE ALSO DO TOP QUALITY LINER REPLACEMENTS
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The/W
/o\Illoway Agency
Auto Home. Life Business

'Your complete insurance source
with unsurpassed service."

168 W.Woodruff
(Downtown Crestview)
850.682.1900
dhollowayl973@yahoo.com


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