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SUMMER
FUN 2009


Explore

the great

outdoors at

local camps

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Living in our rural Pan-
handle area offers multiple
opportunities for kids to
-explore the great outdoors
in a variety of supervised
summer camp settings.

Boy Scout/
Cub Scout Camps
When it comes to sum-
mer camps and camp-
ing skills, Boy Scouts are
the. experts. Join a local
Boy Scout troop in Holt or
Crestview, or,a Cub Scout
pack in Holt, Crestview or
SLaurel Hill, to take part in
all the fun.
This ,summer's Cub
Scout ,camp is themed
"CSI: Cub Scout Investiga-
tions" and runs June 8-12.
The camp will be held this
year at the Spanish Trail
Scout Reservation near
Mossy Head and offers
boys Scouting skills, nature
explorations, sports, ar-
chery and BB gun shooting.
swimming and much more.
Instructors and coun-
selors include Boy Scouts
and Venture Crew mem-
bers as well as adult staff.
The camp will be re-
peated June 15-19 at Camp
Robbins on the Eglin reser-
vation.
For older boys, the
Boy Scouts offer several
weeks of Boy Scout camps
at the main campsite at the
Spanish Trail Scout Reser-
vation.
Activities include swim-
ming, canoeing, camping,
sail boating, shooting sports
(rifle, shotgun and archery)
and cooking skills. ,
-Boys will work on merit
badges. Special programs
will be offered for first-year
Boy Scouts that emphasize
requirements for the first
several ranks, plus first aid
and swiimning.
The weeklong camps

See CAMPS A6


Escambia Farms students, residents gather for reunion


SAnn Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
More than 200 former residents
and students gathered for a re-
union of the Escambia Farms com-
munity and school
This is part on Saturday at the
II of a three- BlackmanCommu-
part series nity Center. Most
on the history were alumni of the
ofEscambia' Escambia Farms
Farms. School. A few had
lived on govern-
ment project farms. Others grew
up in the community. A handful of
residents at the reunion still reside
on land their families purchased


during Franklin D. Roosevelt's
New Deal program designed to
help poor rural,farmers recover
from the Great Depression.
Raymond and Jeahette Cook
still live on the 146-arce farm Ray-
mond's father purchased through
the Farm Security Administration
in 1942. They have lived their en-
tire lives at Escambia Farms, ex-
cept for the brief stint he served in
the U.S. Marine Corp.
"There were' only two proj-
ect farms left, and daddy chose
this one because it was on the .
highway," Cook said. He recalled


The Escamrbia
Farms Yellow Jacket
basketball team was
the 1955-56 Class
C state champion.
Members included
Leroy Madden, Fred
Peacock, Tommy
Parker, Robert
Cunningham,
Howard Phillips,
Larry Martin, Royce
Cunningham, Jerry
Angle and coach
Dan Green.


See REUNION A5


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Airport Road crash
injures three
Three people were se-
riously injured in an early
morning crash Monday on
Airport Road in Crestview.
The 5:30 a.m. crash near
Red Oak Drive sent Randy
Arnold, a 60-year-old Crest-
view man, to Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola.
In the other vehicle, Jo-
seph Rollo, a 28-year-old
Cantonment man, was also
seriously injured and taken
to Baptist Hospital in Pen-
sacola. Rollo's passenger,
who has not been identified,
was taken to North Oka-
loosa Medical Center with
serious injuries, according
to a Florida Highway Patrol
press release.
Arnold was driving a
1987 Chevy pick-up west-
bound on Airport Road
when Rollo's vehicle, which
was heading eastbound,
traveled into his lane. The
left front portions of both
vehicles collided.
Arnold's truck rolled
onto its roof on the shopl-


CHAYNE SPARAGOWSKI I Special to the News Bulletin KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin


AIRPORT ROAD CRASH: The driver of this car was taken by
helicopter to Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola after
a two-vehicle accident early Monday on Airport Road.


der. Residents helped get
the driver of the truck out
with crowbars and their
hands until fire crews got
on scene. They also put out
a small fire.
Rollo was pinned by the
dashboard and had to be
cut out, according to wit-
nesses on scene.
Charges are pending,
according to the report.


All involved were wear-
ing seatbelts and alcohol
was not a factor, the report
said.
Airport Road was
blocked for more than an
hour, but both lanes were
re-opened as of 7:35 a.m.
Traffic was routed on the
west end through Grand-
view Heights and on the
east end'onto John Givens


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water main near Rasberry Road that caused
congestion oh State Road 85 in Crestview on Friday.


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causes congestion
A water main break at
the intersection of Rasber-
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A southbound lane was
closed for much of Friday
afternoon. Southbound
traffic was congested as far
north as the Aplin Road/
Duggan Avenue/State Road
85 intersection as of 4 p.m.
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NOAA: Expect
average storm season
The 2009 Atlantic Hurri-
cane Season started Mon-
day and runs through the
end of November.
In recent years, there
has been an average of 11
named storms, six hur-
ricanes and two major
hurricanes, according to
the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administra-
tion. This year, NOAA has
projected nine to 14 named
storms, of which four to
seven will become hurri-
canes and one to three will
develop into major hurri-
canes.
"(We're predicting)
pretty much just an aver-
age season statistically,"
said Dennis Felkin, public
information officer for the
National Hurricane Center,
a division of NOAA.
NOAA's Climate Pro-
jection Center checked
weather patterns, water
temperatures, wind shear,
the presence of a La Nina
or El Nino and other fac-
tors to makeits projections
for 2009, Felkin said. Those
numbers will be re-evalu-
ated in the middle of the
season.
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Hughes, DHSMV at
odds over notices
Statements Okaloosa
County Tax Collector Chris
Hughes made recently
about his office having- to


take on additional respon-
sibilities related to driver
licenses are not yet reason
for concern, according to
the state Department of
Highway Safety and Motor
Vehicles.
Hughes during a series
of budget presentations
said he might need to in-
crease his postage budget
by more than $20,000 if the
state stopped sending out
notices to residents when
their driver's licenses are
about to expire.
Hughes said the state
was considering pass-
ing that expense on to the
counties.
However, Dave West-
berry, communications di-
rector for the DHSMVW said
that is not happening.
Westberry said the state
has started a pilot program
for some county tax collec-
tors to provide those servic-
es exclusively, but that only
Nassau and Saint Johns
counties are participating.
Westberry said it was hard
to envision how Hughes
could say at a public meet-
ing that the state would
no longer mail out notices
when driver licenses are
about to expire.
"We have been informed
that these services could
end by the state due to
state budget cuts. The state
already views the mailing
of notices as a courtesy
only," Hughes wrote in an
e-mail Friday. "Pilot pro-
grams have been used by
DHSMV for many years,
prior to implementation of
the actual program. Our of-
fice is not a reactive office.
If I have any indication that
I may have to assume a
duty, I need to be prepared.
Therefore, I budgeted for
such a contingency. If I do
not need the money, it will
not be spent."
At the same budget pre-
sentation, Hughes said his
office was taking on more
duties for issuing driver li-
censes now to prepare for a
state mandate he believes
is coming.
Westbdrry said the state
encourages county tax
collectors to offer driver
licenses, but there are no
plans to require them to
take over the job.
However, Hughes said
there have been numerous
meetings between tax col-
lectors and state officials
about the motor vehicle
department closing most of
its offices. If that happens,
"we will be the only other
option within the county at
that time," Hughes wrote.
"It is a matter of ser-
vice," Hughes wrote. "It
only makes sense for peo-
ple to go to one office, stand
in one line and pay with one
check."


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CHS band marching to a new beat


Meet the Big Red

Machine's new

drum major

Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
It's hard to believe that some-
one as quiet and unassuming as
Johari Harris will soon be parad-
ing at the head of the region's
premier marching band.
The Crestview High School
junior has been selected as the
Big Red Machine's drum major
for the 2009-2010 season.
Long a popular friend of oth-
er members of the band, Johari
burst onto everyone else's radar
with an incredible drum solo dur-
ing the tune "Cut to the Chase"
during the band's spring concert.
Drums have been a part of Jo-
hari's life since he was 7.
"It was Christmas that year,
and my parents bought me a tiny
little drum set," he said.
He was hooked.
Today he plays all percussion
instruments in the band.
"I'd like to learn other instru-
ments," Johari said. "I just have
to find the time to get to it."
Time-may be something he


pick up on it and respond to his
excitement."
Applicants for the drum ma-
jor position must attend a drum
major clinic and go through an
intensive audition process, Dunn
said.
Ultimately, the decision comes


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
MAJOR LEADER:Johari Harris, percussionist for the Big Red
Machine, was promoted to the band's drum major position for
the 2009-2010 season.


won't have much of during his se-
nior year, as well as the summer
leading up to it.
Even this past semester has
been hectic, between state and lo-
cal competitions and attending a
leadership clinic to prepare him-
self for his new role in the band.
Johaii won't be just, an ordi-
nary student marching in the Big
Red Machine. Because the band
has only two paid instructors, it is
dependent on student leadership.
"The drum major has to be


another staff member," said band
director Jody Dunn. "Johari will
be the liaison between the direc-
tors and the rest of the band."
Johari is "very excited" about
his new role.
"I already have a pre-connec-
tion, but I have to get past that
friendship 'stage with the other,
members and be a leader," he
said.
"No one loves music more
than Joliari," Dunn said. "It's
catching. Other band members


the Big Red Machine. Dunn as-
sured the band's fans that Jo-
hari will be playing percussion in
the school's symphonic and jazz
bands.
"Johari is one of the best
drummers I ever had," Dunn
said. "He was first chair in the


down to Dunn .to getp county. His tal-
and his assistant have to getpast ent goes beyond
director, Matt that friendship stage the drum set.
Clark, and isr Heisa fantastic
based on a num- ... and be a leader." musician."
ber of factors. As soon as
These include .Johari was ap-
the applicants' Johari Harris pointed, outgo-
performance in Big Red Machine Drum Major ing drum major
the band, in the Erin Marshall
drum major clinic and during the promptly took him under, her
audition process, wing as he began learning his
The band's drum majors have new duties in order to be ready
always risen from within its for the band's fall premiere.
ranks, Dunn said. During his ten- "She's a really good teacher,"
ure he has never had to actively he said. "But this summer is go-
recruit a drum major. -ing to be crazy!"
"The students who are in- The band's leadership has
terested will come forward," he thrown its support behind its new
said. drum major.
Harris followed the tradition.. "We feel confident having Jo-
"I really wanted to give back hari out front," Dunn said. "We
to the band," Johari said. "I love can say to the kids, 'Be like Jo-
being here, and I want to help out hari.' He's going to do tfe right
as much as I can." thing and say the right thing. His
The son ofproudparents Tracy parents have seen to that.
and Norm Harris, Johari will still "He will represent the Big
be.heard on the drums despite Red Machine in-the most positive
his rise to student leadership of way."


BAND AWARD WINNER: Senior Elliott Howard with his
mentor and friend, Baker Band Director Tony Chiarito.


Howard receives


Baker band award


Special to the News Bulletin '
Elliott Howard has been
awarded the John Philip
Sousa Band Award in rec-
ognition of his outstanding
achievements and interest
in instrumental music, for
singular merit in loyalty and
cooperation and for display-
ing those high qualities of
conduct that school instru-
mental music requires. El-
liott successfully completed
seven years in the Baker
Band, two of which he served
as drum major.,


Some of his other out-
standing achievements in-
clude earning the 2007-2008
and the 2008-2009 Supe-
rior Drum Major Award
at the A-Town Invitational'
Marching Festival, as well as
the Best in Class 3A Drum
Major Award.
Elliott displayed excep-
tional leadership qualities
throughout his two-year
reign as drum major. He will
sadly say goodbye to his fel-
low band members and his'
band director, friend and
mentor Tony Chiarito.


Local young artists shine


Special to the
Crestview News Bulletin
The Okaloosa Arts Alli-
ance pronounced the second
annual Family Fan Arts Fest,
held last month at Henderson
Beach State Park, was a suc-
Bess. Nearly 1,500 people at-
tended and almost $2,500 was
raised to support arts events
throughout the county.
Several young area art-
ists placed highly in the
poster contest, the first for
the fledgling fest, which had
46 entries. Local winners
were:
SHigh school: first
place, Francesca Valverde,
9th grade, Crestview High


School; second place, Madi-
son Smith, 10th grade, Crest-
view High School.
.: Elementary school: Sec-
ond place, Allyson Wmdham,
1st grade, Antioch Elemen-
tary.
Each first-place winner
received a $100 gift card.
Their work will be on the
2010 Family Fun Arts Fest
flyer. Each second-place win-
ner received a $50 gift card,
and each third place winner
received a $25 gift card.
"The Okaloosa Arts Al-
liance greatly appreciates
everyone who participated in
the second Family Fun Arts
Fest," said spokesperson
Amy Baty.


A meeting of the artistic minds


OAA, local artists and leaders discuss


Brian Hughes
Arts &Entertainment Editor
Call it a meeting of the
artistic minds. When it
was done, the Crestview
area was a step closer to
having a regional commit-
tee of the Okaloosa Arts
Alliance.
Monday evening, OAA
president Gordon Hurd
and executive director
Amy Baty met with a
group of local artists, arts
supporters and commu-
nity leaders to brainstorm
ways to increase the vis-.
ibility of north county arts.
The OAA is the county's
officially sanctioned, arts
organization, responsible
for distributing revenue
from the sale of the state
"arts" specialty license
plate in Okaloosa County.
Since the OAA's founding
in 2007, more than $19,000
has been distributed in
grant money.
"The more tags that
people buy, the more mon-
ey there is for grants,"
Hurd reminded attendees.
"For the schools and
organizations that have
joined the OAA, I think
membership is very ben-
eficial," Baty said.
A criticism, however,
is that OAA events and
membership are primarily
centered at the south end
of the county. Monday's
meeting sought to explore
ways to overcome what
Hurd called "the Great
Divide" between the north
and south ends, of the
county.
"I think the way to get
around that is to make peo-
ple more aware of what's
going on," Hurd said.
"Everyone is, working
in isolation, which is not


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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bu


OKALOOSA ARTS ALLIANCE
CRESTVIEW AREA COMMITTEE
,Organizational meeting, Monday, July 20, 6,p.m.
at the Bob Sikes Public Library meeting room,
145 Commerce Drive. For information, contact
Rae Schwartz, bakerny@yahoo.com.

'helping,". observed Rae Schwartz. "For other kids,
Schwartz, a community'it's the arts. That's what
leader in various arts and keeps them in school and
youth organizations. makes them \keep their
"One of thd things I'd grades up so they can par-
like to see is an arts festi- ticipate."
val," said Crestview Mayor "It takes a group of peo-
David Cadle. "I'd like to pie getting together and
expand on the educational saying, 'Let's do it,'" Hurd
opportunities in art." said.
The group agreed By the end of the hour-
on the many benefits of long meeting in the City
events and organizations, Hall lobby, the group took
including a community Hurd's advice and did it.
chorus, band and commu- When Schwartz related
nity theater, to the cultural the difficulties in forming a
life of the community. En- regional arts organization,
couraging young people to including personality con-
take part in the art is es- flicts and lack of commu-
pecially important, it was nicatiori, a suggestion was
agreed. made to form a local com-
"People who push mittee of the OAA, taking
sports in the schools say advantage of a successful,
that that's what keeps kids already established, coun-
in school," pointed out ty-sanctioned organization.


arts issues
ARTS ALLIANCE:
Representatives
of Crestview's
arts community
as well as city
leaders meet
with Okaloosa
Arts Alliance
president
Gordon Hurd
(top right).and
executive director
Amy Baty (right)
at City Hall to
discuss forming
a Crestview area
committee of the
SOAA.
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The idea was eagerly


embraced.'
"We definitely could
coordinate a north end
committee of the Arts Al-
liance," said Baty. "It's to-
Stally feasible."
Ideas were brain-
stormed, including the
need to involve the business
community in the arts.
"Sometimes we tend
to leave out the business
person and concentrate on
the artist," Hurd said.
It was agreed to hold an
open meeting for anyone
interested in supporting
local visual and perform-
ing art. 'Librarian Jean
Lewis offered the meeting
room of the Bob Sikes Pub-
lic Library for the meeting,
which will be held on Mon-
day, July 20, at 6 p.m.
Thus, the Crestviewarea
committee of the Okaloosa
Arts Alliance was born.
"The advantage of being
part of this organization
is so much is already es-
tablished," Schwartz said
eagerly. "We don't have to
start from scratch."


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Help your vehicle navigate lovebug season


Gerald R. Edmondson
Okaloosa County Extension

'Lovebugs' are small
black flies with red tho-
raxes. Males are a quar-
ter-inch and females are
one-third of an inch in
length. These flies are
known as March flies.
Several species of March
flies are native to Florida.
However, lovebugs, Ple-
cia nearctica Hardy, are
recent invaders from the
west. Southern Louisiana
experienced flights of
lovebugs during the 1920s.
First reports of their
presence in Florida were
made in 1947 from Escam,
bia County.
Two flights of lovebugs
occur each year. The
spring flight occurs dur-
ing late April and May.
A second flight occurs
during late Auigtist and
September. Flights extend
over periods of four to five


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weeks. Mating takes place
almost immediately after
emergence of the females.
Adult females live only
two or three days.

Larvae aid
growing plants
Female lovebugs lay
from 100 to 350 eggs,
which are deposited be-
neath decaying vegeta-
tion. Larvae (immature
stage) feed on decaying
plant material and live
on the soil.surface just
beneath the decaying or-
ganic matter. Larvae per-
form a beneficial function
by converting the plant
material into organic com-
ponents that can again
be used by the growing
plants. After larvae ma-


ture, they transform into
pupae. The pupal stage
requires seven to 10 days.
Adult lovebugs are
harmless and do not sting
or bite. They feed on the
nectar of various plants,
especially sweet clover,
goldenrod and Brazilian
pepper. Usually, lovebug
flights are restricted
to daylight hours and
temperatures above 68
degrees. At night lovebugs
rest on low-growing veg-
etation.

Lovebugs hinder
motorists
Lovebugs are a consid-
erable nuisance to motor-
ists. They congregate in
unbelievable numbers
along highways, and the
insects spatter on the wind-
shields and grills of moving
trucks and automobiles.
Windshields become cov-
ered with the fatty remains,


and vision is obscured.
During flights, the flies
clog radiator fins causing
cars to overheat. The fatty
tissue will cause pitting of
the car's finish ifit is not
removed within a few days.
A number of insecti-
cides have been evalu-
ated for effectiveness in
controlling lovebug larvae
and adults. Most of them
kill lovebugs but are im-
practical because high
populations of the insects
occur over vast areas of
the state. To lessen the
problem facing motorists,
travel at night to avoid
the insects. Lovebugs
reach peak activity at
10 a.m. and stop flying
at dusk. Spattered bugs
should be washed off the
car as soon as possible.
Lovebugs are more easily
removed and the chance
of damaging the car's fin-
ish is lessened if the car
has been waxed recently.


When the remains are
left on an unwaxed car for
several days, the finish
often will be permanently
damaged. When lovebugs
are numerous, some mo-
torists spread a light film
of baby oil over the front
of the hood, above the
windshield and on the grill
and bumper. This practice
will make bug removal a
simpler task.
Gerald R. Edmond-
son is the Director of the
Okaloosa County Exten-
sion at 5479 Old Bethel
Rd. Phone 689-5850 or
e-mail gedmondson@
co.okaloosa.fl.ushttp://
okaloosa.ifas.ufl.edu

UPCOMING
PROGRAMS
Call 689-5850 for
information on any of
these program.
Okaloosa Saves
"Teach Children to Save"


program will continue
through July 31. Youth
18 or younger who
make savings deposits
at local participating
institutions will be eligible
to win one of six $100
savings bonds. For more
information go to http://
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vendors are needed.
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June 8-12 at 4-H Camp
Timpoochee is open to
youth ages 8-13. Fee is
$190.
Outdoor Adventure
Camp is June 29-July
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learn ATV safety, GPS/
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Obituary


Johney Jessie Harrison


Johney Jessie Harrison,
37, of Cocoa, passed away
Wednesday, May'27, 2009 at
Weusthoff Medical Center in,
Rockledge. He was born on


April 15, 1972 in Florala, Ala.,
and lived most of his life in
Crestview before moving to
Cocoa two years ago. He was
employed as a nurse's aide.


Survivors include his fa-
ther, Phonzer Harrison Jr.;
mother, Glenda Harrison;
sister,. Mary E. Harrison;
niece, Alexis; nephew, Au-


brey; numerous aunts, un-
cles and cousins.
:Fneral services'will be
held at 10 a.m. Saturday,
June 6 in the chapel of Brack-


hey Funeral Service with the
Rev. Ray Wilson officiating.
Burial, will follow in Beaver
Creek Cemetery.
The family will receive


friends one hour prior to the
services.
Brackney Rmeral Ser-
vice, Crestview, isin charge
of arrangements.


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REUNION from page Al


the total purchase price of
the farm, which included
a frame house, barn and
smokehouse, was $2,100
and that the $104 per year
payment was not easy for
his family to come by.
Raymond and Jeanette
met in the third grade at
Escambia Farms School,
graduated together in the
Class of 1953 and married
the following year.
"I think that I've been
privileged to live my life
here," said Jeanette. "The
older I get the more I ap-
preciate this community.
"And you couldn't find a
better place to raise chil-
dren," added the mother of
five.
Everyone at Saturday's
reunion echoed the same
sentiment. Escambia
Farms was a great place
to grow up. The school was
like a big family. And fami-
lies helped each other dur-
ing difficult times.
The government project
and especially the school
also improved the lives of
those in the surrounding
communities.
"We got power at our
place when the project
came in," remembers Sallie
Kennedy Stapleton, whose
family had a farm west-of
Escambia Farms.
She and her sisters had
attended the two-room
Red Oak School prior to
the opening of Escambia
Farms School in 1939.
"It was a change, but we
enjoyed it, and there was a
lot more to do," said Staple-
ton, a 1943 graduate of Es-
cambia Farms School.
The indoor basketball
court, home economics
rooms and nurses' station
are a few of the school's
features that stand out in
her memory.
"We had a good basket-
ball team," recalled Staple-
toi, who was a member of
the girls team.
Students in the tiny rural
school Seemed to have ex-
celled at basketball. Many
of those in attendance fond-
ly recalled the indoor court,
even though it was not
regulation size. Among the
collection of photographs
and memorabilia on display
were several team photos,
including one of the 1955-
56 FHSAA Class C state
championship team.
"Wewerenotevenpicked
to win our district that yeai r
because, we 'only had eight


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Seven members of the Escambia Farms Class of 1961 attended Saturday's reunion. Pictured are Randy Thames, Sammie Jo Gilmore
Carter, Sonya Brunson, Betty Phillips, Sandra Givens, Tommy Dubose, and Jerry Cunningham.


Junior Phillips and Donald Reeves look over old photos during the reunion. At right, Mary Walters Jones holds a photo of the first
graduating class at Escambia Farms School. Jones was valedictorian of the eight-member class.


players and had to play
much bigger schools," re-
called team member How-
ard Phillips, who traveled
from Crossville, Tenn., for
the reunion.
Despite predictions, the
Escambia Farms Yellow
Jackets traveled to the state
tournament in Gainesville
and won all three games
under coach Dan Green to


claim the state title.
A family including sis-
ters Mary Walters Jones
and Neil Walters Lawson's'
had been tenant farmers
when they moved to a farm
on the Escambia Farms
Project,
"Our father got a chance
to buy land, thanks to Presi-
dent Roosevelt," said Law-
son. "It was the first time


that we had shelled new
paint. Everything was new,
the house, barn and smoke-
house."
The sisters laughed as
they recalled. seeing farm-
ers jumping fences in pur-
suit of new mules that had
escaped while being bro:
ken to pull plows and wag-
ons. They also have fond'
memories ofcampfires and


peanut boils at crossroads
in Escambia Farms.
"I think they taught
us well in the Escambia
Farms School," said Jones,
who was valedictorian and
one of eight members of
the first graduating class
in 1940.
"There was a lot of suc-
cess achieved by students
from the school," added the


former journalist and New
York Times reporter.
In the end the sisters'
long-term goal was, the
same as many of the other
project families.
"Our motive was to get
off the farm," laughed LaW-
son.
See a photo gallery
Sfom the reunion at www.
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29 and 30 at the Spanish
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boys who will soon be eligi-
ble to become Boy Scouts.
For information about
joining a local troop or pack,
call District Executive Bry-
ant Perkins at 850-683-0330,
or the regional Gulf Coast
Council office in Pensacola
toll-free at 888-GULF-BSA
or 850-476-6336.

Girl Scouts
The guys aren't the only
ones having fun in the out-
doors this summer. Due to
the recent merger of the
two regional councils into
the Girl Scout Council of the
Florida Panhandle, the usu-
al summer camp at Camp
Kolomoki near DeFuniak
Springs will not be held this
year.
At least one local troop,
however, is planning a sum-
mer camping outing of its
own. Crestview Girl Scout
Troop 235 is planning a camp-


BRIAN HUGHES I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
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is tentatively planned for the
weekend of July 24-26.
Though affiliated with the
Boy Scouts of America, no
previous involvement with
Girl or Boy Scouts is neces-
sary to join the local co-ed
Venture Crew. Members
only have to be between 14
and 20 years old, and have
completed eighth grade.
To join Crestview Venture
Crew 773, stop by the weekly
meeting at Central Baptist
Church's GMC Room Thurs-
days at 7 p.m. For more de-
tails, call the Boy Scouts Gulf
Coast Council office toll-free
at 888-GULF-BSA (485-
3272).

Camp Braveheart
Kids who have recently
experienced the death of
a family member or close
friend have a unique sum-
mer camp opportunity at
Camp Braveheart.
Camp Braveheartis oper-
ated by Emerald Coast Hos-
pice at the facilities of Camp
Timpoochee in Niceville July
17-20. It is a free camp for
kids to heal, play and grow.
In addition to crafts, boat-


ing, sports, fishing, swim-
ming and other typical camp
activities, campers remem-
ber and honor the people
they've lost as they meet and
interact with kids their age
and who share similar situ-
ations.
The camp is staffed by
clinical professionals who
understand the grieving and
healing process. There is no
fee to attend Camp Brave-
heart. For more information,
contact Jim Vail at Emerald
Coast Hospice, 850-689-0300.

Church Camps
Three regional church-
run camps offer area kids a
summer camp experience
with a Christian compo-
nent.
Blue Lake, near An-
dalusia, Ala., is run by the
United Methodist Church
on the grounds of their
camp and retreat center.
Their summer camp theme
this year is "Jump In!"
Depending on the
child's age, camps merge
traditional activities such
as paddle boating, archery,
.a ropes course, canoeing,
hiking and swimming with
praise and worship, Bible
study,, photography, drum
group, visual arts and mu-
sic.
Specialty camps include
music, "24:7," "Uproar" and
"The Faith of a Jedi."
Sessions begin Thurs-
day for younger kids. Other
sessions begin next week.
For more information call
334-222-5407 or, visit http://
bluelakesummer.word-
press.com.
Blue Springs in Mari-
anna is a camp operated by
the Florida Baptist Conven-
tion on the grounds of the
Blue Springs Baptist Con-
ference Center. Programs
include outdoor activities
such as swimming, sports
and canoeing, as well as
spiritual growth.
A component of Blue


Springs is Harmony Bay,
a camp-within-the-camp
that offers opportunities
to develop skills in choral,
instrumental, and solo mu-
sic.
More than 180 campers
can be accommodated in 12
three-unit cabins.
For more information
about the camp and its
summer schedule, contact
your local Baptist church,
or call the Okaloosa Bap-
tist Association at 682-5434,
or Blue Springs toll-free at
800-226-8584, x3900, or visit
www.flbaptist.org/Blue-
Springs.
Dogwood Acres is the
outdoors ministry of the
Presbyterian Church. Lo-
cated on 500 rambling wood-
ed acres outside of Vernon,
the camp offers swimming,
fishing, boating, hiking, bon-
fires, arts and crafts and
more. Spiritual life is espe-
cially emphasized through
daily chapel and spiritual
growth activities.
Dogwood Acres features
more than seven miles of
hiking trails, a fishing pond
with canoes, a lake with
swimming, fishing and row-
ing, an outdoor adventure
course, in-ground pool, and
accommodations for up to
80 campers in ten, two-unit
cabins.
This year's eight one-
week camp sessions begin
June 7. For more informa-
tion call the First Presby-
terian Church of Crestview
at 682-2835, or contact Dog-
wood Acres directly at 850-
535-2695, or visit www.dog-
woodacres.org.

Outdoor
Education Camp
Typical camp experienc-
es combine with several
that are not usually associ-
ated with summer camps
at this weeklong camp
sponsored by the Universi-
ty of Florida/IFAS Okaloosa
County Extension office.
In addition to activities
such as swimming and row-
ing, kids will learn about
ATV safety, shooting sports,
using GPS systems, and
*adopting healthy lifestyles.
The camp is held'June
29 through July 3 at Camp
Timpoochee in Niceville.
The camp is for kids ages 8-
13 from throughout the re-
gion. The week-long camp
costs $190, and limited
scholarships are available.
To sign up and for more
information, call Jennifer
Heady at the University
of Florida IFAS Okaloosa
County Extension office,
689-5850.
Learn more about non-
traditional camps in an
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group or organization con-
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Schools


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


A message with a laugh at local schools


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Traffic accidents kill
more teens than any other
cause. It's hardly a laugh-
ing matter, but a nationally
known young comedian has
found it's a message easier
for a teen audience to swal-
low if it's delivered during a
stand-up routine.
'I get hundreds of letters
and e-mails frorh kids tell-
ing me what a difference I
made," said Shannon Pick-
ard. "It's working."
Pickard presented his
routine at Baker, Laurel Hill
and Crestview High schools
this month during a sweep
through the county spon-
sored by the Okaloosa Cbun-
ty Sheriff's Office through
a Florida Department of
Transportation grant.
"It's about making smart
choices as a teenager,"
Pickard said, explaining his
routine before speaking to
an auditorium full of high
school students at Baker
School. "I do comedy. I'm not
just standing up here telling
them cheesy stuff like, just


say no.'
"The reaction is awe-
some!"
Pickard is a writer and
host of the WB Network's
"Teen Talk' program and a
regular on TLC's "For Bet-
ter or for Worse." He makes
more than 200 appearances
a year presenting motiva-
tional talks to mostly young
audiences, or to educators
and others who work with
young people.
"Sometimes somepeople
can look at another person's
situation and can learnfrom
it," Pickard said during his
presentation. "I'm not any-
thing special but I decided I
wanted to make something
special of my life."
Some of the advice he
shared with his audiences
included:
"People will look at


each other for guidance, but
sometimes we get so caught
up in what we think is 'cool'
that we let other people
make decisions for us."
"The No. 1 thing that
kills teenagers is traffic ac-
cidents. It is also the No.
1 most preventable thing.
It's a big deal, and it doesn't
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ing you from doing foolish
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pretty cool way to live."
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"Your team the peo-
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team, you'll go in the right
direction. If you hang out
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Makeyourchoicebeforeyou
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good idea at the time."'
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laughs, some serious con-
templation, revelations of
some not-so-bright choices
he made himself in high
school and some audience


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GOOD FOR A LAUGH: Comedian Shannon Pickard talks
with high school students at Baker School before his
presentation about traffic safety and making smart
choices last week.
participation, Pickard's mes- That contrasted with
sage seemed to strike home when he asked at the be-
formany of the teens. ginning how many actually
When asked near the wear their seatbelts. Then,
end of his presentation how only about half raised their
many would make a promise hands.
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Wednesday, June 3, 2009


HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
a recent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.

Topic: Citizens react to what they described as "ex-
cess security" and "excess scrutiny" by law enforce-
ment during May Day celebration
No one ever thinks about the residents who live in the
area of MLK. Try to go to bed listening to the thumping of
a car stereo. The "parade" of cars after dark has nothing
to do with the celebration.

I don't think people are as mad at the fact there were
lies and name calling as much as our city government
was being turned into a three-ring circus.

Calling members of the city council cowards, that's
a bit much. ... I believe the council will always do what's
best for the city and this incident shouldn't be cause for
any to lose faith in them.
*
May Day has been a problem in the past and seems to
have calmed down drastically in the past few years. Way
to go CPD and Chief Mitchell.
*-
It was good the citizens were allowed to voice their
concerns and vent their frustrations. Some were out of
line with some of the words used and all were old enough
to know better. Three citizens however had concerns that
probably needed to be addressed. Too bad their purpose
was denigrated by the others who just wanted to hear
themselves speak. The CPD has done a fine job thus far.

I moved here for the base realignment and I simply
will not live in an area that crumbles every time conflict
arises. Our military or civilian ideals should not be fear-
based; and that's exactly what I saw from our city govern-
ment. A few people complaining who were way out of line
with those racial slurs made a complete mockery out of
my city government.

I guess it's a case of agreeing to disagree. Again still
haven't seen the acts of violence that warrant helicopters
and rifles but whatever floats your boat. And again its ob-
vious you haven't been in Rusty's. It's not junk and you
can actually breathe.'Also keep in mind the club was shut
down because of parking. this will all be cleared up and
hopefully there will be story that is run that presents all
points of view not just ones that elicit support for downing
a part of your community.

There has been a reduction in incidents directly due to
the police being there, and I hope they come again next
year. I felt safe enough to attend and had no problems
with the police. They just want folks to be safe. No matter
what is said, the police are welcome to the festival.

It is not just black people that attend. And as for what
happens after dark? Not a whole lot. Check the records.
This is not a police bashing. The police are welcome. We
just don't see the need to have over 50 officers and high-
powered rifles; etc., for an event that has little activity
requiring the police.
So. this becomes yet another officer bashing by the mi-
nority community! These people were arrested and it's
someone else's fault as always!

Why do I have to comply with all of the permitting and
insurance requirements when, others do not? Also, why
does the Spanish.Trail event need permitting when you
can obviously stand before the council and shout discrim-
ination without any provocation and get your way!

See HUBBUB A9


Profundity

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Crestview News Bulletin


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PASSING SHOTS


Talk to each other; not at each other


I really didn't want to write any
kind of column in the aftermath of the
contentious Crestview city council
meeting held May 26.
I really, really, really didn't want to
add to the discussion that occurred as
Sa result of what some citizens viewed
as "excessive scrutiny" and "exces--
sive security" at the May Day celebra-
tion during the weekend of May 23.
Why jump in the middle of a sensi-
tive and contentious issue?
I'm doing it anyway. The reason:
a community-wide lack of discussion
about sensitive topics likely is a rea-
son for the complaints expressed dur-
ing the May 26 meeting.
If you're looking for a point-by-
point analysis of who was right and
who was wrong at the May 26 meet-
ing, you came to the wrong place. All I
can sayfor sure about May Day is:
Crestview Police Department
Chief Brian Mitchell during the May
11 city council meeting announced the
security guidelines used for May Day
in 2008 would be used in 2009
The participation for the May
Day parade was amazing considering
the weather
The Macedonia Missionary Bap-
tist Church saved me from coming
down with pneumonia by providing a
dry place to take photos.


I have just one
point: People need
to talk more about
... potentially sensitive
issues
More precisely,
people need to talk to
'each other, and not at
KYLE WRIGHT each other.
850-68?6524 Eight people
took the opportunity
during the most recent city council
meeting to express their opinions
about security at May Day and related
topics.
It appears a bunch of people will
be taking the same opportunity at the
next city council meeting to express
more related opinions.
Speaking before the city council is
a good thing. It's been advocated in
this space before.
There's just one problem: The
"public comments" format lends itself
to people talking at each other and
not to each other.
From this view, it appeared the
citizens who stayed after the May 26
council meeting to discuss their con-
cerns with Crestview Police Depart-
ment with Mitchell left the building
with considerably fewer concerns.
Amazing what a little face-to-face
communication can do.


Judging from the comments
posted below our article on that
May 26 city council meeting (see a
sampling at left in the Hubbub), a lot
of people are questioning a lot of ac-
tions by a lot of other people for a lot
of reasons.
Many of the commenters say they
will express their concerns at the next
city council meeting on June 8.
This is good. People should feel
free to express their opinions about
matters related to their city.
Here's a request that everyone
take it one step further. If you have a
quibble with the police department,
contact the police department. If you
have a quibble with a city council
member, contact that city council
member. If you have a quibble with
the mayor, contact the mayor.
For that matter, if you have a quib-
ble vith something in the newspaper,
contact me.
Talking about potentially sensitive
issues is a good thing.
Let's make sure we talk to each
other and not at each other.

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.


Ask the ATTORNEY



The rising cost of justice in Florida


The Florida Legisla- -
ture, struggling with un,
precedented budgetary
constraints, expended
much effort in the lat-
est legislative session
looking for new sources
of revenue without "rais-
ing taxes." It seems the
legislature has found it
can ratchet up the "fees"
imposed by the govern-
ment on various services
to offset the cost of those


services,
and avoid
the "high-
er taxes"
headlines.
I must ad-
|mit I am
NATHAN in general
NATAN agreement
BOYLES with fees
Ask the Attorney. that tend
to more
proportionately spread ,
the'cost of certain ser-


vices to those consuming
those services than a
less discriminate general
tax. Examples include
everything from vehicle
registrations to profes-
sional licenses.
The argument can be
made that the same rea-
soning applies nicely to
filing fees set by the leg-
islature and collected by
the Clerk of Court when-
ever any party wishes to


file a lawsuit. The legis- .
lature certainly believed
the logic applied, passing
Senate Bill 1718 which
was signed into law by
Gov. Crist just last week.
SB 1718 increases'the
filing fee for the average
civil lawsuit from $295 to
$395. This will increase
the income flowing to
Florida's coffers by tens

See ATTORNEY A9


On ourtcity's northern border
Near a "friendly" Bulldog sign
Stands out hall of higher learning
Hail to Crestview High!
.* ,
We gather on our special day
Knowing we mfst part
And go our separate ways
Mixed emotions flood our hearts

Thanks to all our many mentors
They taught us most of what we
know


We've "come a long way baby"
But we have many miles to go

Now go forth Bulldogs, work
hard
Be kind, show strength and
grace
Together we can make this world
Of ours a greener, better place

Trials and troubles may assail us
But they cannot erase
Our memories of the friendships


Randy Beard
Sales Manager
randyb@nwfdailynews.com


here
Nor dim our deep affection for
this place

Go forth, like fearless warriors
'For you must do or die!
Three cheers for the Bulldogs!
Three more for Crestview High!

Mr. McMahon, Crestview High
School Class of 1943, is the Poet
Laureate for the Florida forestry
Association.


Letters to the EDITOR


Closing of pub was
improperly portrayed
Mr. Editor,
My name is Earline
Johnson and this is just
a statement I wanted
to make from being one
of the people named in
your story as "arrested."


(Ms. Johnson is refer-
ring to an article on the
closing of an unlicensed
pub that appeared in
the May 23 edition of the
Crestview News Bulle- '
tin). The most common
definition is booked, jail
etc ... and when I was
called on the phone and


asked if I was arrested
(booked or jailed) my
reply was "no".
Now you stated the
credibility of your pa-
per was damaged. (Ms.
Johnson is referring
to another citizen's
demand at the May 26
Crestview city council


meeting for a retraction
of the story). So was our
credibility and the very
existence of current.
or future employment
history, among other
things. I am not a fic-
tional character. I am a

See LETTERS A9


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A Crestview Bulldog graduation gift


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Crestview News Bulletin I A9


LETTERS from page A8


ATTORNEY from page A8


human being with a liveli-
hood and a responsibility
to my family. If I were
your sister, mother or
family member and you
read that about me, how
would you feel or how
would you have taken it?
In the past as well as now
the police department
hasn't held up the high-
est standard of honesty,
and for me to demand a
retraction may feel one
way to you but another
to the individual who is
wronged.
I will tell you what
damaged the credibility
of your paper: the 50-
75 people that saw us
walk out of our building
and across that street
to Pete's, or the other
200 that saw us there
and not arrested by the
most common definition.
- booked or jailed.
Everybody is not well
versed in law terms or
care to be unless it hits
home, but I will say this:
The ONLY advice I have is
that you define the words
you use or maybe ask the
police to define the words
they use. It could have
easily been listed as such:
"Three individuals of a
unlicensed club were ar-
rested but not jailed," but
I guess that isn't'damag-
ing, or should I say, cut-
ting edge enough.
* Bottom line, I am a
person with a life and a
family and a part time
job I love. The print up
in your paper improperly
portrayed the incident at
hand. We are unlicensed,
but it is due to a 46-space
paved parking lot that


the city of Crestview is
requiring before busi-
ness could be conducted,
and we were already in a
lease and assumed due to
that fact the building was
operational because the
owner didn't know of the
requirement.
Thanks for your atten-
tion, but I really would
ask you to please con-
sider the damage you do
to yourself when stories
aren't clarified.
Earline Johnson
Crestview

Column put negative
spin on summer camps
I applaud Twin Hills
Park and our only Coun-
try Club in Crestview
(Foxwood Country Club)
for standingg up and doing
activities for our youth
during these upcoming
months. Many people in
the community, as well
as our elected officials,
have stated that we need
to have more outlets
for our children. Randy
Dickson doesn't seem to
agree. If his article "sum-
mer memories camped in
mind" was supposed to be
a point/counterpoint, or a
"Third View" in the "Sec-
ond View" portion of the
paper, that was achieved.
He should have just put
his negative view on sum-
mer camps in the editorial
page, and you should have
used better judgment in
printing his negative slant
next to a positive impact
for the community.
Bob Tilley-
Crestview parent with
boys


of millions of dollars each
year.
These higher fees may
not be a significant is-
sue for businesses and
individuals who can af-
ford to pay an attorney
to represent them in civil
disputes involving sub-
stantial sums of money.
It might even seem that
the higher fees will help
discourage "frivolous"
personal injury lawsuits.
Yet the personal injury
lawyers will continue
to advance the costs of
litigation to their clients,
and the personal injury
suits,(both frivolous and
meritorious) will con-
tinue.
The real loser from
increased filing fees will
be the average Joes and
Janes, struggling to make
ends meet, who get taken
for a ride by an unscrupu-
lous repair shop, landlord
or employer, or otherwise
need the assistance of
the court system, but
can't afford $500 in filing
and service of process
fees. No one wants to go
to court, but litigation is


The real loser from increased fil-
ing fees will be the average Joes
and Janes, struggling to make
ends meet, who get taken for a ride
by an unscrupulous repair shop,
landlord or employer, or otherwise
need the assistance of the court
system, but can't afford $500 in
filing and service of process fees.

Nathan Boyles, Attorney at Low


the way parties resolve
disputes in a civil society.
The more the legislature
looks at parties seek-
ing the protection of
the courts as a revenue
source, the more likely
it becomes that certain
individuals will be denied
access to the courts sim-
ply because they can't
afford the fees. This cre-
ates a real concern that
these individuals will
be more susceptible to
unscrupulous economic


conduct as the perpetra-
tors realize the people
they are preying upon
simply can't afford to
sue.
For several years now,
Florida has shamefully
beep the only state in the
nation without some type
of indigent fee waiver
system. Fortunately, SB
1718 also re-implemented
a fee waiver program for
individuals who make so
little money that they are
unable to afford the cost


of basic legal services. An
association representing
Florida's county clerks
lobbied hard for the re-
moval of the indigent fee
waiver. With the issue of
filing fees likely to re-ap-
pear in future legislative
sessions until the econ-
omy improves and rev-
enues rise, Florida's most
economically vulnerable
citizens will remain at
risk of losing their access
to justice.

Nathan D. Boyles, At-
torney at Law, practices
at 204 N. Main St.; Crest-
view, FL 32536. He can
be reached at 689-8505.
His column will appear
on the first Wednesday
of the month. Mr. Boyles
sits on the Board of Di-
rectors of Legal Services
of North Florida (LSNF).
This column is intended
for general educational
and entertainment pur-
poses and is not legal
advice. Every situation
is unique. If you have a
legal issue you should
contact a lawyer who can
provide counsel.


EARTHCENTS Pr/ r',r-



ply Off In lots,


Of 'Wilys


HUBBUB from page A8


If the police were not
there and something hap-
pened then they would cry
about that too.

That is one of the prob-
lems now, pointing fingers.
Everyone needs to stick to-
gether to make this a better
place to live.
*
Obviously the complain-
ers have never been to Bike
Fest in Holt or Billy Bow-
Slegs. There are always lots
of cops there but you don't
see anyone complaining


about it.
S*
As a black woman who
lives in Crestview, I can
honestly say that those who
spoke do not represent the
majority. I feel that those
who spoke set the African
American race back about
100 years!

Want to add to the Hub-
bub? Sendyour thoughts on
any north Okaloosa Coun-
ty news topic to kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com, or
post your thoughts at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


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Law Enforcement


Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Floyd promoted to CPD major


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Police Chief
Brian Mitchell promoted
Joseph Floyd to major to
fill one of the top CPD lead-
ership positions. A former
lieutenant, Floyd assumed
the position of commander
of operations vacated by the
recent resignation of Maj. Ri-.
chard H. Long.
Long, who had been with
CPD since the beginning of
2008, left to resume his ca-
reer in aviation, according to
department sources. He had


been chief pilot and opera-
tions manager for the gover-
nor of Florida before joining
the CPD. His career in avia-
tion stretched more than 20
years.
Floyd, head of CPD's
Street Crimes Unit and Spe-
cial Weapons and Tactics
(SWAT) team,.will continue
to command those special
response units, as well as the
department's K-9 unit, patrol
and .investigations opera-
tions.
Maj. Floyd has been a
CPD officer since January
2007, rising to sergeant and


then lieutenant. He was a
driving force behind the crea-
tion, staffing and equipping
of the department's special
response units.
Mitchell cited among rea-
sons for promoting Floyd
his effectiveness in helping
decrease crime rates in the
city.
"Maj. Floyd has served
more than 100 narcotics war-
rants and not one came up'
dry," Chief Mitchell said. "Our
crime rate is down nine per-
cent because of our proactive
approach to narcotics, which
is the root cause of crime."


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Benevolent Association


to help injured deputy


Special to the News Bulletin

OLEBA, the Okaloosa
Law Enforcement Benevo.-
lent Association, is making
a donation of $2,500 to as-
sist Okaloosa County Sher-
iff's Office Deputy Randy
Jdiner and his .family with
unexpected and costly ex-
/ penses incurred as a result
of a serious car accident
while on duty May 19.
Joiner is currently, re-
covering at West Florida
Regional Hospital, where
he is undergoing intensive
physical therapy after suf-
fering multiple broken
bones and internal injuries
in the three-car accident.


Another driver was cited
for violation of right-of-
way.
OLEBA is a local, non-
profit organization dedi-
cated to assisting the fami-
lies of anylaw enforcement
officer in Okaloosa County
killed in the line-of-duty, as
well as any officer who suf-
fers serious injuries on the
job.
Anyone wishing to make
a financial donation to ben-
efit Joiner during this time
of need can do so in his
name under the Okaloosa
LawEnforcement Benevo-
lent trust fund account at
any branch of Beach Com-
munity Bank.


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Free represents Okaloosa


Farm Bureau on D.C. trip


Special to the News'Bulletin
Keith Free, represent-
ing Okaloosa County Farm
Bureau, took an active role
in a citizens lobbying trip
to Washington, D.C., from
May 11 to May 13.
Free joined farmers
and ranchers from across
the Sunshine State in
visits with their national
lawmakers, congressional
staff and U.S. Department
of Agriculture officials.
The annual event, spon-
sored by Florida Farm Bu-
reau, is known as "From
the Field to the Hill."
Farm Bureau mem-
bers discussed" various
federal policy issues that
affect farm production in
Florida while they were
in our nation's capital. For
example, during a May 12
stop at the USDA, they
held talks with agency of-
ficials on renewable ener-
gy, implementation of the
2007 Farm Bill, pending
legislation in response to
climate change, and agri-
cultural pest and disease
problems. Small groups


A VISIT WITH THE CONGRESSMAN: From left are Keith
Free, Okaloosa County Farm Bureau President;
Jerry Davis, Santa Rosa County Farm Bureau
President; U.S. Representative Jeff Miller; George
Fisher, Washington County Farm Bureau Vice'
President; Stacy Fisher, Washington County Farm
Bureau Women's Leader; and Kevin Morgan,
Executive Director, Florida Farm Bureau


of agriculturists also met
with individual members
of Florida's congressional
delegation for detailed
conversations about pro-
posals for new food safety
regulations, a revision of
the Clean Water Act and
the reduction of green-
house gas emissions.
SFlorida Farm Bureau
President John Hoblick
said the visit gave farm-
ers and ranchers an op-
portunity to express their
responsible opinions on


policies that affect their
livelihoolls.
"Our members of-
fered excellent firsthand
evidence about the likely
effects a number of mea-'
sures now being consid-
ered by the Congress will
have for agricultural op-
tions," he said. "Byvisiting
our national leaders and
executive officials in per-
son, they provided Florida
agriculture with a power-
ful voice in our nation's
capital."


Farm Service Agency nominations start June.15


CRESTVIEW AREA
CHAMBER OF COMCERE
,ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
QUIZNO'S: A ribbon cutting was held Friday at Quizno's, located in the
Crestview Market Pldce on State Road 85 on the north edge of Crestview.



RMH Kaps For Kids raises more than $130K


Special to the News Bulletini


Ronald McDonald House
Charities of Northwest Florida
raised more than $130,000 during
the charity's annual Kaps for Kids
campaign. The funds were raised
in $12-$25 increments as individu-
als made a donation to Ronald
McDonald House received a t-
shirt, cap or visor. All individuals
who made a donation to the char-


RONALD M
HOUSE C


ity wore Ronald McDonald House
apparel on Kaps for Kids Casual Day on
May 6.
The annual Kaps for Kids Casual Day is
the signature fundraising event of the fam-
ily and children's charity, accounting for
approximately one quarter of the charity's


annual operating income. The 2009
campaign brought the greatest
profits in the 12-year history of the
event.
"Not only did the event raise
more money, but we had more
companies, more individuals and a
wider geographic range of partici-
pants than in previous years," said
event manager Angie Hanson.
CDONALD Ronald McDonald House
HIARITIEs thanks the sponsors and individu-
als who helped to make Kaps for
Kids a success in 2009. For more informa-
tion about the 2009 Kaps for Kids event or
to learn how you can participate in Kaps for
Kids in 2010, contact the Ronald McDonald
House at 850-477-2273 or events@rmhpen-
sacola.org.


Special to the News Bulletin

Jeff Barber, Executive
Director for USDA's Farm
Service Agency in Okaloosa
County, -announced farmer
and rancher candidate nomi-
nations begin June 15 for
local Farm Service Agency
(FSA) county committees.
The nomination period con-
tinues through Aug. 3. Elec-
tions take place this fall.
"I encourage all produc-
ers to participate in- the
county committee election
process by nominating can-
didates by the August3 dead-
line," said Barber. "We are
counting on as mubh partic-
ipation as possible, because
county committees are an
important link between the
farm community and the
U.S. Department of Agricul-
ture. We have seen a trend
in recent years of increased
nominations of minority and
women producers, and we
hope that will continue."
To be eligible to serve on
an FSA cotinty committee, a
person must participate or
cooperate in a program ad-
ministered by FSA, be eligi-
ble to vote in a county com-
mittee election and reside
in the local administrative
area in which the person is
a candidate.
Producers may also
nominate themselves. Orga-
nizations representing mi-
nority and women may also
noininate candidates. To
become a nominee, eligible
individuals must sign form


FSA-669A. The form and three-year terms. Nation-
other valuable information wide, there are more than
about FSA county committee 7,800 farmers and ranch-
elections are available in the ers serving on FSA county
Okaloosa County FSA Office committees. Committees
or online. Nomination forms consist of three to five
for the 2009 election must members who are elected
be postmarked or received by eligible local produc-
in the local USDA Service ers.
Center by close of business FSA will mail ballots to
on Aug. 3. producers beginning Nov.
FSA county .committee 6. The voted ballots are
members make decisions due back to the local coun-
on disaster. and conserva- ty office either via mail or
tion programs, emergency in person by Dec. 7.
programs, commodity price Newly elected commit-
support loan programs and tee members and alter-
other important agricultur- nates take office Jan. 1,
al issues. Members serve 2010.


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Business


Wednesday, June 3, 2009


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Members of the Crest-
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Commerce PILOT (Profes-
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sionals committee are en-


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Price joins Covenant
Hospice team

Patsy Price, RN, recently
joined Covenant Hospice in
Crestview as a case man-
ager, and will be responsible
for managing end-of-life
care for Covenant Hospice


patients. She will work with
patients and their families to
address symptom manage-
ment and pain control.
Prior to her new posi-
tion, Price served as an of-
fice nurse, hospital nurse
and home health and public
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year. She
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ing home to PATSY PRICE
Crestview to
serve the community. "It is
an honor to serve the com-
munity where I have spent
most of my life," said Price.
"I look forward to working
with everyone.".

Wilhelm takes
top ERA honors
Kathy
Wilhelm of
Crestview
ranked No. -.
1 in both -
volume and 'i
units in the
2009 Top
Associates
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Gulf Coast WILHELM
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Council. The Broker Council
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with Wilhelm ranking first
out of more than 175 agents.
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American Realty on line at
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Jones honored by
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and Sales
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ALTORS SANDY JONES
Crestview
office for March.

Clayton Homes
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customers every year to de-
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tomer satisfaction.
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nization was among the 200
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model home centers that
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News ,

& NOTES

BRIEFS
Swimming lessons
The Crestview Family
YMCA is registering people
ages 6 months and up for
swimming lessons, which
begin June 8.The fee is $48
per session 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 June 8-12.
The fee for members is
$25; other participants, $35
per session. Details: 689-
2999:
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.
Golf camp with Buddy
Hartzog will be held from
9-10 a.m.June 9-12.The
camp is for ages 7-15 and
costs $30 per player.
A tennis camp for middle-
school and high-school
players will be held from
6:30-7:30 p.m.June 22-26.
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.
NOYA teams going to
state, seeking support
The North Okaloosa,
Youth Athletics League of
Garden City in Crestview
has two'teams going to the
All Stars tournament just
outside Lake City in Florida,
The teams (ages 1.3-18) need
help to offset expenses to
attend the tournament the
week of June II.
Contributions can be
made online by going to
www.noya.org and selecting'
the "Donate Now." link or
by callingAmy O'Malley at
850-826:3544.
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
the.partners not to exceed
eight strokes or the higher
handicap will be reduced.
The tournament is limited
to the first 70 amateur
teams. Participants must be
18 or older.
Cost of the tournament
is $180 per team and
includes cart, prizes, tee gift,
refreshments and dinner
buffet on Saturday and
breakfast buffet Sunday.
Play starts Saturday with
a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start.
Sunday 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.
Heavy Hitters
baseball tryouts
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters baseball will
hold tryouts for the 2009-
2010 USSSA season June 20
at Baker recreation complex.
Tryouts for the I I U team
will be at 9 a.m., 12U team
at 10 a.m. and 13U team.at
II a.m.
For more information, call
Melvin at 902-6237 or Greg
at 496-9235.
Billy Bowlegs 5K
The 35th annual Billy
Bowlegs 5K run/walk is set.
for June 6 at 10:30 a.m. at
FortWalton Beach High
School.
Registration is $20 from
May 27-June 5, and $25 the
day "of the race.
For entry form or
registration, visit the race
calendar at www.nwftc.com
or contact Bonny Cardow
at 651-5631 or e-mail
bowlegs@nwftc.com.


RANDY DICKSON I Cr, i'T,- Nre-- Bultin
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: From left, Tyler Holley and Ryne Wickery shared the Baker Senior Football Scholarship in Memory of Travis
Peoples and Tyler Jones, and Josh Yost received the Travis Peoples Baseball Scholarship.


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Yost receives Baker baseball


memorial scholarship


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER Josh Yost still isn't
sure what path he will choose as
he graduates from Baker High
School.
He had a baseball tryout with
Bishop State College in Mobile,
Ala., last weekend. He has tried
out at Bevill State in Birming-
ham. There are a couple of other
possible opportunities for the
former Gator second baseman to
continue his playing career.
Wherever Yost decides to at-
tend college, things will be a little
easier for him. He is the 2009 Tra-
vis Peoples Baseball Scholarship
winner.


"It's an honor just to receive it
and to honor him," Yost said. "I
will try to carry it and do good in
school with the money I got.
"I was really surprised (to
win) ... It was really close. I was
really happy to have my name
called."
Baker baseball coach Gary
Taylor said he talked about the
selection with Don and Carol
Dewrell, who help sponsor the
scholarship.
It was through one of the dis-
cussions with Carol that the deci-
sion was made.
"She felt like Josh exemplified
who Travis was," Taylor'said. "He
See BASEBALL B2


tribute




Holley, Wickery share football


memorial scholarship


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER Tyler Holley admitted
he hates losing.
To him, a tie is just like losing.
Yet Holley was willing to put
his competitive nature on the
back burner when he found out
he was named co-winner of the
Baker Senior Football Scholar-
ship in Memory of Travis Peoples
and Tyler Jones.
He shared the scholarship
with Ryne Wickery.
"I'd much rather win," Holley,
who will study civil engineering
at Auburn, said. "But I've got a
good guy to share it with, and I'm
glad he got it too."


Receiving the scholarship that
remembers their two teammates.
and classmates was special for
both Holley and Wickery.
"It means a lot to me," Holley
said. "Both of the guys were real
good friends with me. We did a lot
of stuff together.
"It does my heart good to see
that we are commemorating this
scholarship in their honor like
this."
Wickery, who is headed for
Florida State and received
numerous awards .and oth-
er scholarships at the Se-
nior Awards Day, placed the
memorial scholarship high on his

See FOOTBALL B2


The season never ends for today's young athletes


This is the time of
year I wish I could ask
someone to wake me
when the summer is over.
Spring football has
ended and a variety of
youth camps are on the
horizon.
But the fact is, football
remains the straw that
stirs the drink in Florida


NORT
Randy
Randy


prep sports.
There is a trickle-down effect
in football, as in every other
sport. The ideas that start in the
National Football League move
down the line to the college ranks
and eventually find a home with
high school programs.
It isn't so much the offenses
and defenses of the NFL that
make it to the high school fields.
I doubt seriously if too many kids
could grasp the concepts used,
much less do the things required
physically, in the pro game.
The biggest idea that has taken
hold is the year-round training
that goes with football (or any


other sport, for that
matter). .
When I was a kid only
a handful of high school
football players lifted
weights and ran between
the end of football season
and spring ball. Even
H END fewer of us worked out
NE during the summer. Most
Dickson college athletes did do
some sort of conditioning during
the summer, but not to the extent
they do today.
If you drive by Crestview,
Baker or any other high school
in Okaloosa County in the early
morning hours during the next
few months there's a pretty
good chance you will see a group
of high school football players
running or throwing passes.
That's what teams have to do
these days to keep up with the
"Joneses" in prep sports.
Championship games might
be played on Friday nights, but
championships are won in June
and July.


Many of the players will go
from their morning workouts to
a job where they will put in eight
hours before heading home.
They'll turn around and do it
again, day after day, until school
starts, with their only break
possibly coming if their family
takes a week of vacation.
If kids want to play, they
have to pay the price during the
offseason. That's as it should be.
I wish it could be some other
way though.
I'd love to see kids be able to
take a summer away from the
grind of football or getting ready
for football.
Don't get me wrong, I love the
game, but I worry that the year-
round training might be robbing
some players of the joy that goes
with playing the game.
I've been around long enough
that I've seen several athletes in
a variety of sports burn out from
the never-ending drive that goes
into trying to crack the starting
lineup. And once a player arrives


as a starter the pressure is there
to keep their spot.
Nobody loves winning more
than I do, but I do question if
sometimes the price for winning
might be too great.
Maybe it's time that high
school coaches agree to close
up shop during the summer. If
everyone did it, the playing field
would be level in the fall.
Yet if just one team decided
to have the summer workouts
everyone else would follow.
I seriously doubt if any coach
would be willing to give up the
summer and lose the progress
their players achieved in
conditioning and in the weight
prograni during the winter
months.
That doesn't mean it wouldn't
be nice to give the kids a chance
to be kids.

Randy Dickson is the News
' Bulletin Sports Editor Contact
him at 682-6524, or e-mail
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com.


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B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Sports


Wednesday, June 3, 2009


from pge BA CHS grad 'Chases' his dreams to Nicholls State


Didn't always do the best
in school, but he worked
hard at everything.
"I just felt like Josh epit-
omized who Travis was as
a person. Josh just one of
those guys that just keeps
everyone in the game, and
Travis was kind of thd same
type person."
Yost has been a fixture
with the Gator baseball
team since his middle
school days.
"Josh has been in the
program five years and
started as an eighth-grader
when I arrived here as the
JV coach," Taylor said.
"He's a hard worker and
does everything you ask
him to do. He's just an all-
around good player..
"Josh is that type person
that is endearing to you.
From the eighth grade on
he's always done basically
what you told him." ',
Yost credits part of his
upbeat nature from the
time he spent with Peo-
ples.
"I learned (from Peo-
ples) how he could lead any-
body," Yost said. "It doesn't
matter where he was at. Ie-
was always positive.
"If you stay focused ev-
erything will be OK."
Yost is staying focused.
If college baseball
doesn't work out, his fall-
back plan is to join the Air
Force.
As he takes those first
steps down the path 6f his
adult life Yost admits it is
difficult saying goodbye to
the people at Baker.
"All of these people
are special," he said.'"It's
going to be hard leaving
them and inoving of to
better things, but they will
always be there to come
back to."
And his best memory?
"Just playing with all
these guys at Baker,"
. said Yost, who also played
basketball. "Really, just
playing with all these
guys."


Special to the News Bulletin
The Nicholls State baseball program
added four junior college standouts for
next season, announced Head Coach Chip
Durham.
The group includes Chase Jaramillo, a
2006 Crestview High School graduate. All
four will suit up for Nicholls in the 2009-10
season.
"These four guys are great additions


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Jaramillo is a middle infielder that
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field for us. He will hit in the top of our
order, and be another added threat on the
bases," said Durham about Jaramillo.
Nicholls State is an NCAA Division I gI
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list of accomplishments.
"This ranks among the
top because it means a lot
to be honored for Travis
and Tyler," he said. "They
were two great guys that
will keep in my memory be-
cause of the scholarship."
Gator football coach Bob
Kellogg was happy to see
Holley and Wickery share
the scholarship, which will
amount to a little more than
$600 to each of them.
"I just thought it was
a great choice," he said.
"When I saw who was in it
I said, 'Wow, that's going to
be tough with that thing.'
"So it was neat that it
ended up in a tie like that
and we could split the mon-


ey with the two kids. I think
they are two quality individ-
uals and two great students.
They are' going to be very
successful when' they move
on and go to college, and we
wish them the best."
Receiving the scholar-
ship was bittersweet for
both recipients.
Holley is certain that
Jones and Peoples would
be excited for him.
"They would be saying,
'Good job,' and all that," he
said, "but if they were here
I wouldn't have this schol-
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Wickery added.
"It's sad for the most part
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we wouldn't be getting these
scholarships.'"
A quick smiled turned
to, the faces of Holley and
Wickery as they remem-
bered their teammates.
"I remember good times
we had," Wickery said.
"The times they gave us
the laughs when we needed
them the most.
"That's just the one
thing you think of when
you think about these two
guys."
Holley recalls the way
Peoples and Jones helped
the Gators get through a
tough day of drills.
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Kellogg said Holley and
Wickery were the epitome
of small school football
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"Those are the types of
kids that allow you to be
successful, and you look
for those kind of kids every
year," he said. "Tyler was
the one that we played at
so many positions, and that
was his attitude through-
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"And Wick, he's just an
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"It motivates me a lot,"
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at college trying to honor
them.".
Wickery echoed Holley's
sentiments.
"It gives me the moti-
vation to push on and do
more," he said, "and to
do more for them in their
honor."
"You know you can be
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take things step by step."
Kellogg believes the life
and death lessons that Hol-
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realize it was a good time in
their life, and they enjoyed
it even through all the hard
work and everything.
"(Losing the class-
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made them aware to trea-
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Community


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


Sandra Dreaden
Reference Librarian
Robert L. F.Sikes Public Library

As much as I "push"
reading, it is also vital
with summer vacation
here that we encour-
age everyone to take
advantage of and seek
out "green" places. A
December 8, 2008, "Time"
magazine article "Slender
in the Grass" pointed out
that increased obesity
levels may be due not
only to increased portion
sizes and inactivity but
also the "shrinking of the
green."
"But green space is
good for the mind too; re-
search by environmental
psychologists has shown
that it has cognitive ben-
efits for children with at-
tention-deficit/hyperactiv-
ity disorder (ADHD). In
one study, simply reading
outside in a green setting
improved kids' symptoms.
Exposure to grassy areas'
has also been linked to
less stress and a lower
body mass index among
adults ... and greater
longevity among senior
citizens."
Last fall the U.S.
House of Representatives
approved the delight-
fully named No Child Left
Inside Act to encourage
public initiatives aimed
at exposing kids to the
outdoors. My sons used to
head for the farthest cor-
ners of the pasture and
woods, spending hours
building and remodel-
ing their many styles of
"forts," running a zip line
between the oaktrees,
and generally trying to
stay out of earshot lest
I think up some more
chores!
With all this in mind,
check out,"Last Child
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[CEEOLOGICAL



by Richard Louv. By the
1990s the radius around
the home where children
were allowed to roam on
their own had shrunk to a
ninth of what it had been
in 1970. Today, average 8-
Syear-olds are better able
to identify cartoon char-
acters than a beetle or an
oak tree.
In this influential work
about the staggering
divide between children
and the outdoors, child
advocacy expert Louv
directly links the lack
of nature in the lives of
today's wired generation
to some of the most dis-
turbing childhood trends,
such as the rises in obe-
sity, attention disorders
and depression, and of-
fers practical and simple
solutions right in our
own backyards.,
If you've never been
to the John McMahon
Environmental Center
(132 Butler Ave. at the fire
towir) be sure t6 take. the'
children or grandchildren
there this summer. Re-
tired forester and guide
John McMahon provides
a wealth of information
about the native plants,
animals and tools on ex-
hibit. Call 682-3166.
Check out the www..,
exercisetherighttoread.
org Web site about a na-
tionwide "Running for
Reading" initiative devot-


ed to meeting the literacy,
fitness, and community,
service goals of schools
by raising funds for books
for school libraries and
disadvantaged children.
Additional books along
this line I'd like to recom-
mend include:
"The Garden Prim-
er" by Barbara Dam-
rosch, the completely
updated, "100 percent
organic" second edition of
an essential horticultural
read for 20 years.
In "Ecological Intel-
ligence: How Knowing
the Hidden Impacts.
of What We Buy Can
Change Everything"
Daniel Goleman, author
of the No. 1 bestseller
"Emotional Intelligence,"
reveals 'ihy so many of
the products that are
labeled "green" are a
mirage. We buy "herbal"
shampoos containing
industrial chemicals that
can threaten our health
or contaminate the envi-
ronment. We dive down
to see coral reefs, not
realizing an ingredient
in our sunscreen feeds a
virus that kills the reef.
We wear organic cotton
T-shirts, but don't know
that its dyes may put fac-
tory workers at risk for
leukemia.
Despite the harsh,
critiques, Goleman's
conclusion is hopeful.


Industrial ecologists
are now mapping the
impact of every produc-
tion process, which could
challenge consumers to
change their behavior in
substance rather than
just show.

PROGRAMS
Don't forget the yoga
classes here at the library
every Friday morning.
Chair Yoga classes are
offered from 10 to 11 a.m.
and cost $5 per class. The
Yoga for Everyone classes
are offered from 11 a.m.
to 12:15 p.m. and cost $8
per class. Call instructor
Kristy Souto at 850-218-
8491 for more information.
The Story Time pro-
gram at 10:15 a.m. today,
"Me, Myself, and I," will
include an identity kit
and fingerprinting by the
Crestview Police Depart-
ment. Foi the complete
children's summer pro-
gramming schedule see
the Youth Services page
on our library Web site.

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

CONTACT US
Address: 1445 Com-
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From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
ABWA WOMAN OF
THEYEAR:TheAmerican
Business Women's
Association of Crestview
will have their June 9
celebration for Woman on
the Year at Azteca Mexican
Restaurant. Networking
begins at 5:15, with ,the
celebration at 6 p.m. Guest
speaker will be Jeanne
Rief. Door prizes & a 50/50
drawing. Guests welcome.
WALKER EVENTS:
Walker Elementary
announces the following
activities:
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.
Fifth grade reception
is today at 1:30, and the 5th
grade Celebration OSTP is
Thursday from 9 a.m. to
noon.
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.
.WESLEYAN CHILD
CARE CENTER
GRADUATION: The
Wesleyan Child Care
Center in Crestview will
be .honoring its VPK
Graduates on Thursday
in the Chapel at First
United Methodist Church,,
599 Eighth Ave. in
Crestview. Mrs. Velez
and Mrs. Bray's morning
classes will be graduating
at 8:30 a.m. Mrs. Simmons
morning class and Mrs.
Velez's afternoon classes
will be at 10:30 a.m.
Refreshments will follow
each of the graduations in
the Fellowship Hall of the
Church. All are welcome
to attend.
SUMMER LITERACY
CAMP: Registration has
begun for .the summer
Preschool Literacy Camp'
at Wesleyan Child Care
Center in Crestview. In
June the focus will be on
Zoo and Jungle Animals,
with activities to include
theme related crafts,


cooking activities, nursery
rhymes, puppets and
stage, songs and poems,
and alphabet activities/
writing skills; Each theme
will conclude with a party.
There are several slots
available for the 3-year-old
class and a few slots for
the 4-year-old class. For
more information please
call the center at 682-7319.
CHS BACCA-
LAUREATE SERVICE:
will be held at 7 p.m.
Thursday, at Central
Baptist Church, 951 S.
Ferdon Blvd. in Crestview
for Crestview High
graduates.
"Shine Like Stars...
In a Dimming World" will
feature a challenge given
by Dr. Mark Seagle and
music will be provided and
directed by Barefeet 3:5.
Families and friends
are invited to this free
ceremony sponsored
by the Crestview Area
Ministerial Association.
Graduates are asked to
arrive no later than 6:15
p.m. and to wear their caps
and gowns.
ALICE HARPER
FUND-RAISER: Chappy's
BBQ at 53415 Shoffner
Blvd. in Crestviewis selling


2- to 2.5-lb. pork collars for
$25 each to assist Alice
Harper, who has been
diagnosed with lymphoma,
a type of cancer.
Pickup is Thursday and
Friday. Contact Elizabeth
("Bit") at 305-782 or Tim at
305-7192 to place an order.
Prepay is requested.
VETERAN'S BBQ
BASH: VFW Post 5450
on U.S. Highway 90 will
host a BBQ Saturday from
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.
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.
HOBO RECREATION


CAMP: The Laurel Hill
Hobo Recreation Camp
offers a safe learning
and physical activity
environment for kids from
kindergarten through
eighth grade. Campers
will play sports including
basketball, volleyball,
baseball and bowling.
Activities will include
arts and crafts, library
time, scrapbooking, Wii
play, community .projects,
music and team-building
skills. Kids will learn about
the environment and will
even get a little academics
in as well.
Hobo Recreation
Camp will be conducted
at Laurel Hill School by
school personnel and will
run from 7:30 a.m. until 4
p.m. daily, with extended
care available from 6:30 to
7:30 a.m. and 4 to 5 p.m. for
an extra fee.
Session 1, runs June
10-30 at a rate of $150;
Session 2 runs July 6-31
for $200. Daily rate is
$10; weekly rates are $50
per child. Discounts are
offered for two or more
children registered from
the same household.
For more information,
contact Amanda Varnum,


951-3693, varnumam@
mail.okaloosa.kl2.us; or
Karen Rogers-Wooten,
305-2866, or wootenk@
mail.okaloosa.kl2.us.
RED CROSS
CLASSES: in Okaloosa
County include:
June 5, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and June 16 & 18 split
class, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. First
Aid with CPR-Adult, Child
& Infant.
June 8, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.,
June 11 from 8:30 a.m. to
11:30 a.m. and June 20 from
6 to 9 p.m. CPR-Adult.
June 10, 10:30 a.m. to
3 p.m. First Aid with CPR-
Adult.
June 12, 5 p.m. to 9:30
p.m. Pet First Aid.
June 23 and 25 split
class, 6 to 9 p.m. (split
class) CPR-Adult, Child &
Infant.
June 19 8:30 to 11:30
a.m. CPR-Child & Infant.
June 26, 6-10 p.m. CPR,
AED-Adult.
June 20, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer.
June 27, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Babysitter's Training.
To register call
1 (800) 773-7620 ext. 0 or
visit www.YourRedCross.
org.


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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-
tifidate 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- I
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.



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DO W HOWARD Legal # 100607 sued thereon. The cer-
CLERK OF THE CIR- tificate riumber and
CUIT COURTS NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- TION FOR TAX DEED name in which the
uty Clerk property is assessed
TDA Case #: 2009 TD and the description of
05/20/09 '000076 S the property is as fol-
05/27/09 lows:
06/03/09 Notice is hereby given Certificate #, 1521 of
06/10/09 that MTAG Cust For 2002 Assessed to:
Overland, as holder of JOHN HENDERSON
Legal # 100605 the following certificate, Description: BEG 137.5
has filed said certificate FT S OF NE CORN OF
NOTICE OF APPLICA- for a Tax Deed to be is- SE1/4 OF NE1/4 W 100
TION FOR TAX DEED sued thereon. The cer- FT S92.5 FT E 100 FT
tificate number and N 92.5 FT TO BEG
TDA Case #: 2009 TD year of issuance, the 984/576 -
000073 C name in which the Parcel ID#:
property is- assessed 20-3N-23-0000-0018-
Notice is hereby given and the description of 0000 Opening Bid:
that Sun State Proper- the property is as fol- $5,053.17
ties, Inc., as holder of lows: All of said property be-
the following certificate Certificate # 1068 of ing in the County of
has filed said certificate 2006 Assessed to: Okaloosa, State of Flor-
for a Tax Deed to be is- ABRAHAM EVANS OR ida.
sued thereon. The cer- QUITINA RICE Unless the certificate is
tificate number and Description: .Com NW redeemed according to
year of issuance, the cor of NE1/4 of SW1/4 law, the property de-.
name in which the E305 ft N997 ft to POB scribed in the certifi-
property is assessed N109 ft E155 ft to POB, cate will be sold to the
and the description of etc. highest bidder in the
the property is as fol- Parcel ID#: BCC Board Meeting
lows: 09-2S-24-0000-0062- Room at the Okaloosa
Certificate # 1058 of 0270 Opening Bid: County Courthouse,
2005 Assessed to: $3,725.86 Crestview, Florida at
Lesly Alexis, a/k/a Les- All of said property be- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
ley Alexis, Tammy ing in the County of June23,2009.
Ford, and Guerly Alexis Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Description: CREST- ida. Dated this 13th day of
VIEW BLOCK 79 LOTS Unless the certificate is May, 2009.
15 & 16 redeemed according to
Parcel ID#: law, the property de- DON W. HOWARD
17-3N-23-2490-0079- scribed in the certifi- CLERK OF THE CIR-
9150 Opening Bid: cate will be sold to the CUIT COURTS
$4,489.01 highest, bidder -in the By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
All of said property be- BCC Board Meeting uty Clerk
ing in the County of Room at the Okaloosa
Okaloosa, State of Flor- County Courthouse, 05/20/09
ida. Crestview, Florida at 05/27/09
Unless the certificate is 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 06/03/09
redeemed according to June 23, 2009. .06/10/09
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi- Dated this 13th day of al #100609
cate will be.sold to the May, 2009. Legal100609
highest bidder in the NOTICE OF APPLICA-
BCC Board Meeting DON W. HOWARD TI ADE
Room at the Okaloosa CLERK OF THE CIR- TIONFORTAXDEED
'County Courthouse, CUIT COURTS TDA Case #: 2009 TD
Crestview, Florida at By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- 000075 2009TD
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, uty Clerk
June 23,2009. 0520/09 Notice is hereby given
Dated this 13th day of 05/27/09 that The Cullen Family
Dat i 13th day of 0/09Revocable Trust, as
May, 2009. 06/0/09 holder of the following
06/10/09 DON W. HOWARD certificate, has filed
DON W. HOWARD ------ said certificate for a Tax
CLERK OF THE CIR- Legal #100608 peed to be issued
CUlT COURTS thereon. The certificate
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- NOTICE OF APPLICA- thnumber and year of is-
number and year of is-
uty Clerk TION FOR TAX DEED suance, the name in
which the property is
05/20/09 TDA Case #: 2009 TD assessed and the de
05/27/09 000078 C scription of the. prop-
06/03/09 erty is as follows:
06/10/09 Notice is hereby given Certificate # 2656 of
that C Scott or Mary H P002 Assessed to:
Stewart,. as holder of JOSEPH H. & KIM B.
Sthe following certificate, MCKINNEY
T. has filed said certificate Description: SYLVANIA
s l for a Tax Deed to be is-


-0EIGHTS SD BLOCK
5 Lot 4
Parcel ID#:
09-2S-24-244A-0005-
0040 Opening Bid:
$27,768.43
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 #100611
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000077 C
Notice is hereby given
that MTAG Cust For
Kirkcudbright, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is
assessed and the de-
scription of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2353 of
2006 Assessed to:
LARRY NICHOLS
De s c ription :
OAKCREST F/G PLAT
5 BEG NW COR L1
E320 FT S279.43 FT
E200 FT TO BEG E200
FT S223.42 FT W200
FT N223:42 FT TO BEG
Parcel ID#:
27-4N-23-1822-0000-
002B 'Opening Bid:
$38,098.14
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to


la*, Iree piupeny 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 # 100618
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 09-CP485
C
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ANTHONY L. TOR-
RENT,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of-ANTHONY
L. TORRENT, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was March, 28,
2009, and whose So-
cial Security Number is
N/A is pending in the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate, Division,
the address of which is
101 James Lee Blvd.
East, P.O. Box 1359,
Crestview, Florida
32536. The names and
addresses of thd per-
sonal representative
and the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims r.
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION


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OF THIS NOTICE OR IMPORTAIT Legal#100621 .TR.3, -r,e l .ir, r, heir of Maggie L. LEGAL#120227 Co
30 DAYS AFTER THE Plaintiff, clerk of this Court at Thompson;' EDWARD whe
DATE OF SERVICE OF In accordance with IN THE CIRCUIT 101 E. James Lee Blvd. ALFORD, known heir of IN THE CIRCUIT TIO
A COPY OF THIS NO- the Americans with Dis- COURT OF THE CASE NO. Crestview, FL 32536 Maggie L. Thompson; COURT OF THE TIOI
TICE ON THEM. abilities Act, persons FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 2007-CA-1138 before service on Peti- OUIDA SPARKMAN, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- J.P
with disabilities need- CUIT vs. tioner or immediately known heir of Maggie CUIT NAT
All other creditors of ing special accommo- IN AND FOR DIVISION thereafter. If you fall to L. Thompson; EDITH IN AND FOR 200
the decedent's and dation to participate in OKALOOSA COUNTY, do so, a default may SOWELL, known heir of OKALOOSA COUNTY, and
other persons having this proceeding should FLORIDA RAMON A. TORIBIO, et be entered against Maggie L. Thompson; FLORIDA GR/
claims or demands contact Court Adminis- CIVIL ACTION al, you for the relief de- and DAVID ALFORD, a CIVIL ACTION ALL
against decedent's es- tration at 1250 N. Eglin Defendant(s). manded In the peti- deceased person and CASE NO.:46-2009-CA TIEB
tate- must file their Parkway, Shalimar, FL, DEUTSCHE BANK NA- tlon. known heir of Maggie -002208 DIVISION: THF
claims with this court 32579; telephone num- TIONAL TRUST COM- / L. Thompson, and his FILE NO:F09031801 ANE
WITHIN 3 MONTHS ber '(850) 651-7497, PANY, AS TRUSTEE Copies of all court unknown heirs, devi- HEF
AFTER THE DATE OF prior to the proceeding. OF AMERIQUEST NOTICE OF FORE- documents n this sees, grantees, as- BANK OF AMERICA, VID
FIRST PUBLICATION 05/27/09 MORTGAGE SECURI- CLOSURE SALE case, including signs, creditors, and N.A., ANT
OF THIS NOTICE. 06/03/09 TIES, INC. ASSET orders, are available any other parties claim- Plaintiff, KN(
BACKED PASS NOTICE IS at the Clerk of the Cir- ing by through, under OR
ALL CLAIMS NOT THROUGH CERTIFI- HEREBY GIVEN pursu- cult Court's office. of against David Alford; vs. SAII
FILED WITHIN THE CATES, SERIES ant to a Final Judgment You may review these SYLVIA JONES, knbwn TIE.
TIME PERIODS SET 2006-R1 UNDER THE, of Mortgage Foreclo- documents upon re- heir of David Alford; NATHAN B. MILLER INT
FORTH IN SECTION Legal #100620 POOLING AND SERV- sure dated May 15, quest DAVID ALFORD, JR., etal, SPC
733.702 OF THE FLOR- ICING AGREEMENT 2009 and entered in known heir of David' Defendant(s). VIS
IDA PROBATE CODE IN THE CIRCUIT DATED AS OF FEBRU- Case No. You must keep the Alford; LINDA EMAN- OR
WILL BE FOREVER COURT OF THE ARY 1,2006, 2007-CA-1138 of the Clerk of the Circuit UEL, Known heir of Da- NOTICE OF ACTION ANT
BARRED V FIRST JUDICIALCIR- Plaintiff, Circuit Court of the Court's, office notified vid Alford; DONALD ELE
NN CUIT FIRST Judicial Circuit of' your current ad- ALFORD, known heir of TO: TR/
NOTWITHSTANDING IN AND FOR C ASE NO. in and for OKALOOSA dress. (You may file David Alford; WILLARD NATHAN B. MILLER INC
THE TIME PERIODS OKALOOSACOUNTY, 2007-CA-2880-C County, Florida Notice of current Ad- ALFORD, known heir of LAST KNOWN AD- NO
SET FORTH ABOVE FLORIDA wherein DEUTSCHE dress, Florida Su- David Alford; LISA DRESS: *107 TAN- CIT
ANY CLAIM FILED CIVIL ACTION DIVISION BANK NATIONAL preme. Court Ap- BROOKS, known heir NER TOWN ROAD EMI
TWO (2) YEARS OR TRUST COMPANY AS proved Family Law of David Alford; and UNIT #E PR(
MORE AFTER THE WELLS. FARGO BANK, KATHARINE A. TRUSTEE FOR MASTR form 12.915.) Future BRUCE ALFORD, BLUE RIDGE, GA ASS
DECEDENT'S DATE OF NA, HULION, et al, SPEC LN TR06-3, is the papers'in this lawsuit known heir of David 305136662 are
DEATH IS BARRED. Plaintiff, Defendant(s). Plaintiff and RAMON A. will be mailed to the Alford; will
T TORIBIO; RAMON C. address on record at CURRENT ADDRESS: and
The date of the first CASE NO. / TORIBIO; SUMMER the clerk's office. NOTICE OF ACTION UNKNOWN cas
publication of this No- 46-2008-CA-1766S PLACE CONDOMIN- SH,
twice is May 27, 2009. vs. NOTICE OF FORECLO- IUM OWNERS ASSO- WARNING: Rule TO:- MAGGIE L. ANY AND ALL UN- OF
DIVISION SURE SALE CITATION, INC.; are 12.285, Florida Family THOMPSON a/k/a KNOWN PARTIES .DO
BEN L. HOLLEY NOTICE IS the Defendants, I will Law Rules of Proce- MAGGIE LEIGH CLAIMING BY, AN!
RO Box 1238 TERESSA L. HEREBY GIVEN pursu- sell to the highest and dure, requires certain THOMPSON and DA- THROUGH, UNDER, the
Crestview, FL 32536 SPRAGUE, et al ant to a Final Judgment best bidder for cash at automatic disclosure VID ALFORD, de- AND AGAINST THE 200
850-682-2336 Defendant(s). of Mortgage Foreclo- CRESTVIEW: SOUTH of documents and in- ceased, and their un- HEREIN NAMED INDI- scri
Attorney for Personal sure dated May 15, FRONT DOOR OF.THE formation. Failure to known heirs, devisees, VIDUAL DEFEND- fortl
Representative 2009 and entered' in OKALOOSA COUNTY comply can result in grantees, 'assigns, ANT(S)'WHO ARE NOT met
FLA BAR# 0036838 Cash No. COURTHOUSE sanctions, Including creditors, and any KNOWN TO BE DEAD LO
NOTICE OF FORE- 2007-CA-2880-C of the dlsmlssal or striking other parties claiming OR ALIVE, WHETHER LAK
MARY M. DANFORD CLOSURE SALE Circuit Court of the SHALIMAR: IN FRONT pleadings. by, through, under or SAID UNKNOWN PAR- IN
4929Maxwell Drive FIRST Judicial Circuit OF CLERK'S FRONT against them; and DA- TIES MAY CLAIM AN UN
Bakerlorida32531 NOTICE IS in and for OKALOOSA DOOR OF SHALIMAR DATED: 5-29-09 VID ALFORD, JR., a INTEREST AS TO\
HEREBY GIVEN pursu- County, Florida ANNEX at 11:00AM, on known natural person, SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- RAI
05/27/09 ant to a Final Judgment where DEUTSCHE the 17 day of June, CLERK OF THE CIR- not known to be either VISEES, GRANTEES, OK
06/03/09 of Mortgage Foreco- BANK NATIONAL 2009, the following de- CUIT COURT dead or alive and all OR OTHER CLAIM- FLC
sure dated May 18, TRUST COMPANY, AS scribed property as set BY: Kitty Sims unknown heirs, devi- ANTS ING
2009 and entered in TRUSTEE OF forth in said Final Judg- sees, grantee, assigns, CO
Case No. AMERIQUEST MORT- ment: 06/03/09 creditors, or any other LAST KNOWN AD- BO'
Legal# 100619 46-2008-CA-1766 S of GAGE SECURITIES, CONDOMINIUM UNIT 06/10/09 parties claiming by, DRESS: UNKNOWN ANI
the Circuit Court of the INC ASSET BACKED NO. 301, OF SUMMER 06/17/09 through, under or LIC
IN THE CIRCUIT FIRST Judicial Circuit PASS THROUGH CER- PLACE, A CONDOMIN- 06/24/09 against him; CURRENT ADDRESS: SAI
COURT OF THE in and for OKALOOSA TIFICATES, SERIES IUM, ACCORDING TO Address Unknown UNKNOWN
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- County, Florida 2006-R1 UNDER THE THE DECLARATION YOU ARE NOTIFIED A/K
CUIT wherein WELLS POOLING AND SERV- OF CONDOMINIUM, Legal #100642 that an action to quiet YOU ARE NOTIFIED DRI
IN AND FOR FARGO BANK, NA, is ICING AGREEMENT RECORDED IN OFFI- title to the following that an action to fore- 325
OKALOOSA COUNTY, the Plaintiff and DATED AS OF FEBRU- CIAL RECORDS BOOK IN THE CIRCUIT property in Okaloosa close a mortgage on
FLORIDA TERESSA L. ARY 1 2006 is the 2476, STARTING AT COURT OF THE County, Florida: the following property Any
CIVIL ACTION SPRAGUE; JAMES M. Plaintiff and KATHA- PAGE 2619, AND CON- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- For starting point, go to in OKALOOSA County, inte
SPRAGUE; NAUTICAL RINE A HULION; DOMINIUM PLAT CUlT OF FLORIDA IN the North quarter line Florida: fror
LASALLE BANK NA- WAY CONDOMINIUM SHAWN D. HULION; BOOK 10, PAGES 40, AND FOR OKALOOSA stone in East section LOT 72, BLOCK C, othi
TIONAL ASSOCIA- ASSOCIATION; (NC.; OKALOOSA CO. 41 AND 42, OF THE COUNTY FLORIDA line of Section 15, ROLLING PINES, AC-.owr
TION, AS TRUSTEE are the Defendants, I TEACHERS FEDERAL PUBLIC RECORDS OF PROBATE DIVISION Township. 3 North, CORDING TO THE the
FOR OWNIT' MORT- will sell to the highest CREDIT UNION; are OKALOOSA COUNTY, CASE NO.: 2009 CP Range 23 West; thence PLAT THEREOF, AS file
GAGE LOAN TRUST, and best bidder for the Defendants I will FLORIDA. TOGETHER 000414 Westerly with the North RECORDED IN PLAT (60)
MORTGAGE LOAN cash at IN FRONT OF sell to the highest and WITH AN UNDIVIDED quarter line 30 feet to a BOOK 21, PAGE 65, WI
ASSET-BACKED CER- CLERK'S FRONT best bidder for cash at INTEREST IN THE IN RE: ESTATE OF point in the said quarter OF THE PUBLIC REC- anc
TIFICATES, SERIES DOOR OF SHALIM CRESTVIEW IN COMMON ELEMENTS EMMA LEE JOHNSON line; thence Northerly ORDS OF OKALOOSA Cot
2006-5, ANNEX at 11:00AM, on FRONT OF CLERK'S WHICH ARE APPUR- Deceased. with West line of'Hare COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Plaintiff, the 22 'day of June, FRONT DOOR OF THE TENANT TO THE UNIT Street 475 feet to PRM has been filed against Dor
2009, the following de- OKALOOSA COUNTY'AS SET OUT IN SAID AMENDED NOTICE stone; thence Westerly you and you are re- Cle
CASE NO. scribed property as set COURTHOUSE at DECLARATION OF TO CREDITORS with North line of quired to serve a copy Cot
2007-CA-1819-S forth in said Final Judg- 11:00AM, on the 17 day CONDOMINIUM. Pinewoods Drive 1717 of your written de-
vs. ment: of June, 2009 the fol- TO ALL PERSONS feet to PRM stone; fenses, if any, on or By:
DIVISION UNIT NUMBER 101 OFwin described prop- A/K/A 1111 Santa HAVING CLAIMS OR thence Northerly with before July 13, 2009 De
NAUTICAL WAY CON- rty as set forth in said Rosa Boulevard Unit DEMANDS AGAINST West line of Woodland on Florida Default' Law
STEPHEN L. DOMINIUM, ACCORD- Final Judgment: 301, Ft Walton Beach, THE ABOVE ESTATE: Street 225 feet tp Group, PL., Plaintiff's Flo
BODIFORD, et al, ING TO THE PA LT 15 &16, BLOCK 5 FL 32548 stake-Point of Beginn- attorney, whose ad- Grc
Defendantss. THEREOF AS RE- GARDEN CITY, AC- I You are hereby notified ing; thence Westerly dress is 9119 Corpo- P.O
MCORDED IN CONDO- CORDING TO THE Any person claim- that an Order of Sum- -200 feet to 'stake; rate Lake Drive, Suite Tan
MINI PLAT BOOK 3, PLAT THEREOF AS ing an interest in the mary Administration thence Northerly 100 300, Tampa, Florida 336
AT PAGES 92-93, OF RECORDED IN PLAT surplus from the sale, if has beenmentered in the feet to stake, thence 33634, and file the orig-
NOTICEOFFORE- .THE PUBLIC REC- BOOK 1 PAGE(S) 10, any, other than the Estate of EMMA LEE Easterly 200 feet to inal with this Court ei- IMF
.CLOSURE SALE ORDS OF OKALOOSA OF THE PUBLIC REC- property owner as of JOHNSON, deceased, stake, in the West line their before service on In
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ORDS OF OKALOOSA the date of the Lis File Number 2009 CP of, Woodland Street, Plaintiff's attorney or Am
NOTICE IS TOGETHER WITH A COUNTY, FLORIDA, Pendens must' file a 000414 by the Circuit thence Southerly with immediately thereafter; bili
HEREBY GIVEN pursu- 1/20 UNDIVIDED AND THE SOUTH 1/2 claim within sixty (60) Court for Okaloosa West line of Woodland otherwise a default will witt
ant to a FinalJudgment SHARE IN THE COM- OF THE VACATED AL- days after the sale. County, Florida, Pro- Street 100 feet to Point be entered against you ing
of Mortgage Foreclo- MON ELEMENTS AP- LEY LYING ADJACENT WITNESS MY bate Division; the ad- of Beginning. Being for the relief demanded dat
sue dated May 15, P U R T EN AN TO LOTS 15 AND 16 HAND and the seal of dress of which is 101 Lots 20, 21,22 and 23 in the Complaint or pe- this
2009 and entered i THERETO IN AC- BLOCK 5, AND LYING this Court on May 19, East James Lee Boule- in Block 20 as shown in tition. cor
Case No. CORDANCE WITH BETWEEN LOTS 15 2009. vard, Post Office the plat of Opportuni- This notice shall be trat
2007-CA-1819-S of the AND SUBJECT TO AND 16 AND LOTS 1 Drawer 1359, Crest- ties Addition to published once each Lee
Circuit Court of the COVENANTS CONDI- AND 2, BLOCK 5, GAR- Don W. Howard view, Florida 32536; Shoffner City, Okaloosa week for two consecu- Cre
FIRST Judicial Circuit TIONS, RESTRIC- DEN CITY ACCORD- that the decedent's County, Florida. tive weeks in the Crest- 325
in and for OKALOOSA TIONS, TERMS AND ING TO THE PLAT Clerk of the Circuit date of death was Jan; has been filed against view News Bulletin. nur
County, Florida OTHER PROVISIONS FILED THEREOF IN Court uary 13, 2008; that the you in the Circuit Court WITNESS my hand and 689
whereir LASALLE OF DECLARATION OF PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE total value'of the estate in the First Judicial Cir- the seal of this Court 749
BANK NATIONAL AS-.CONDOMINIUM 10 OF THE RECORDS is 49,606.00,and that cult in and for on this 27 day of May, cee
OIATION, A TRU N A WA ON OF OKALOOSA the names and ad- Okaloosa County, Flor- 2009. (85
TEE FOR OWNIT DOMINIUM AND THE COUNTY FLORIDA. By:Viki Jackson dresses of those to ida and you are re-
MORTGAGE LOAN SCHEDULES AN- whom it has been as- quired to serve a copy Don W. Howard IMF
TRUST, MORTGAGE NEXED.THERETO AS A/K/A 6458 'BUR- Deputy Clerk signed by such order of your written 'de- Clerkof the Court' In
LOAN ASSET-BACKED RECORDED, IN OFFI- LESSON BOULEVARD, Publish in Crestview are: fenses,ifany,to: Am
C E'R T I F I C AT ES, CIAL RECORDS BOOK LE.N.BULEAR, Publish in Crestview are: to
SERIES 2 -, is te 1192, AT C PAGES CRESTVIEW, FL News Bulletin JASON R. MOULTON By: Anita Cantrall bili
SERIES 2006-5, is the 1192, AT PAGES. 2539 Invoice To: Florida De- GARY L. JOHNSON Attorney for Plaintiff As Deputy Clerk witl
Plaintiff and STEPHEN 1705-1749 OF THE fault Law Group, RL. 3180 Palmetta Avenue 660-A N. Ferdon Blvd. ing
L. BODIFORD; WANDA PUBLIC RECORDS OF Any person claim- RO. Box 25018 Crestview, Florida Crestview, FL 32536 Florida Default Law dat
S DUKE; TWIN LAKES OKALOOSA COUNTY, ing an'interest in the Tampa, Florida 32539 on or before July 8, Group, RL. this
OWNERS' ASSOCIA- FLORIDA. surplus from the sale, if 33622-5018 2009 and file the origi- RO. Box 25018 cor
TION, INC; TENANT AA any, other than the F 0 7 0 0 5 9.5 3 ALL INTERESTED PER- nal with the Clerk of Tampa, Florida trat
#1 N/K/A LANE ROB- GULFWNDA/K/A COUR101 property owner as of GMAC-CONV-abiven SONS ARE NOTIFIED this Court at the 33622-5018 Par
, wl sell t the UDefe T n, DESTIN, FL the date of the Lis **See Americans with THAT: Okaloosa County 325
ants, ,l will sell to the UT 10, D FL Pendens must file a Disabilities Act Courthouse, Crestview, IMPORTANT ber
highest and best bid- 32550 claim within sixty (i0) IMPORTANT All creditors of the es- Florida either before In accordance with the price
der for cash at IN days after the sale. tate of the decedent service on Plaintiff's at- Americans with Disa-
FRONT OF CLERK'S WITNESS MY In accordance with and persons having torney or immediately abilities Act, persons 6/3
FRONT DOOR OF HAND and the seal 'of the Americans with Dis- claims or demands thereafter, or a default with disabilities need- 6/1
SHALIMAR ANNEX at this Court on May 19, abilities Act, persons against the estate of will be entered against ing special accommo-
11:00AM, on the 17 day 2009. with disabilities need- the decedent other you for the relief de- dation to participate in
of June, 2009, the fol- ing special accommo- than those for whom manded in the Com- this proceeding should LEI
lowing described prop- Don W. Howard dation to participate in provision for payment plaint or Petition. contact Court.Adminis-
erty asset forth in said An person claim- this proceeding should was made in the Order tration at 101 James
Final judgment: ing an interest in the Clerk of the Circuit contact Court Adminis- of Summary Adminis- DON W. HOWARD Lee Boulevard East,
surplus from the sale if
surplus from the sale, if Court traction at 101 James tration must file their CLERK OF COURT Crestview, FL, FII
LOT 84, TWIN LAKES, any, other than the Lee Boulevard East, claims with this court By: Kitty Sims 32536-3515; telephone
A PLANNED UNIT DE- property owner as of Crestview, FL, WITHIN THE.TIME PE- Deputy Clerk number (850)
VELOPMENT, AC- the date of the Lis 32536-3515; telephone RIODS SET FORTH IN 689-5000, Extension 01
CORDING TO THE Pendens must file a By:Viki ackson number (850) SECTION 733.702 OF 6/3/2009 7497, prior to the pro-
PLAT THEREOF AS claim within sixty (60) 689-5000, Extension THE FLORIDA PRO- 6/10/2009 ceeding. or Shalimar C
RECORDED IN PLAT daysafterthesale Deputy Clerk 7497, prior to the pro- BATE:CODE. 6/17/2009 (850) 651-7497
BOOK 18, PAGE(S) WITNESSPublish in Crestview ceeding. or Shalimar 6/24/2009 00
98-99, OF THE PUB- HAND and the seal of News Bulletin (850) 651-7497 ALL CLAIMS AND DE- _IMPORTANT
LIC RECORDS OFthis Court on May 19, Invoice To: Florida De- 'MANDS NOT SO FILED In accordance with the
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 2009. fault Law Group,' L. IMPORTANT WILL BE FOREVER Legal #100610 Americans with Disa- SU
FLORIDA. Howard RO. Box 25018 BARRED. NOTICE OF APPLICA- wit isbilitis Act, person GA
ADon/ 2 W Tampa Florida In accordance with with disabilities need-
LA/KEA 253 TWIN 33622-5018 the Americans with Dis- NOTWITHSTANDING TION FOR TAX DEED ing special accommo-
LAKES LANE, DES- Clerk of. the Circuit F 0 70 '1 7 6 6' 0 abilities Act, persons ANY OTHER APPLICA- nation to participate in vs.
TIN, FL 32541 Court FIDOPTIONONE-CONV-.with disabilities need- BLE TIME PERIOD, TDA Case #: 2009 TD this proceeding should '
R-ejayska ing special accommo- ANY CLAIM FILED 000074 C contact Court Adminis- FAI
S '**See Americans with nation to participate in TWO (2) OR MORE tiation at 1250 N. Eglin et a
Disabilities Act this proceeding. should YEARS AFTER THE Notice is hereby given Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
Any person claim- By:Viki Jackson IMPORTANT contact Court Adminis- DECEDENT'S DATE OF that Sun State Proper- 32579;telephone num-
Ing an Interest In the tration at 1250 N. Eglin DEATH IS BARRED. ties, Inc., as holder ober (850) 651-7497, NO
surplus from the sale, Deputy Clerk In accordance with Parkway, Shalimar, FL, the following certi fic ae, t feeding.
If any, other than the Publish n Cresthe Americans with Dis- 32579; telephone num- THE DATE OF FIRST has filed said certificate prior to theproceeding.
property owner as of News Bulletin abilities Apt, persons ber (850) 651-7497, PUBLICATION OF for a Tax Deed to be is- 6/3/2009 FA
the date of the Lis voice To Florida D with disabilities need- prior to the proceeding. THIS NOTICE IS JUNE sued thereon. The r- 6/10/2009 LA
Pendens must file a fault Law Group, PL. ing special accommo-05/27/09 3, 2009 tificate number and _____ DR
claim within sixty (60) RO. Eox 25018 nation to participate in 06/03/09 year of issuance, the S
days after the sale. Tampa, Florida nation to participate in 06/03/09 y o n
33622-5018 this proceeding should ATTORNEY FOR PER- name in which the LEGAL#120228 FO
WITNESS MY HAND F33622-5018 contact CourtAdminis- SON GIVING NOTICE property is assessed BE
WITNESS MY HAND F 0 8 .0 2 1 1. 7 2 traction at 101 James Legal # 100623 BEN L. HOLLEY and the description of IN THE CIRCUIT
and the seal of this NMNC-CONV-R-khart- Lee Boulevard East, PO. Box 1238 the property is as fol- COURT OF THE CU
Court on May 18, 2009. maler Crestview FL, IN THE CIRCUIT Crestview, Florida lows: FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- UN
o**See Americans with 32536-3515; telephone COURT OF THE 32536' Certificate # 1097 of CUI
Don W.Hoard Disabilities Act number 850) FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 850-682-2336 2005 Assessed to: IN AND FOR AN
'IMPORTANT 689-5000, Extension CUIT IN AND FOR FLA BAR# 0036838 JAMES EDWARD OKALOOSA COUNTY, .KN
Court In accordance with 7497, prior to the prO- OKALOOSA COUNTY, NEWTON FLORIDA CL
Court In accordance with feeding. or Shalimar FLORIDA CASE NO.: PERSON GIVING NO- Description: CREST- CIVIL ACTION CASE TH
By:Viki Jackson the Americans with Dis- (850) 651-7497 2009-DR2968-C DIVI- TICE: VIEW BLOCK 146 LOT NO:2007 CA 005301 AN
Deputy Clerk abilities Act, persons SION TK GARY L. JOHNSON 5 DIVISION: FILE HE
with disabilities need- IMPORTANT 3180 Palmetta Avenue Parcel ID#: NO:F07046875 VID
Publish in Crestview ing special accommo- Ir. STEPHEN D. Crestview, FL 32539 17-3N-23-2490-0146- AN
News Bulletin. dation to participate in l, accordance with LUGENBEEL, 0050 Opening Bid: KN
Invoice To: Florida De- this proceeding should the Americans with Dis- Petitioner, 06/03/09 $5,636.01 U.S. BANK NATIONAL OR
fault Law Group, L. contact Court Adminis- abliti Act persons 06/10/09 All pf said property be- ASSOCIATION, AS SA
RO. Box 25018 tration at 101 James witisabilities A ons e and ing in. the County of TRUSTEE OF J.P TIE
Tampa, Florida Lee Boulevard East, .it hpc accommo Okaloosa, State of Flor- MORGAN ALTERNA- INi
33622-5018 Crestview, FL, dation to participate in PONG C. LUGENBEEL LEGAL # 120230 ida. TIVE LOAN TRUST SP
F 0 7 0 1 0 5 4 1 32536-3515; telephone th roceeding should Respondent. Unless the certificate is 2006-A4, VS
FIDLITTON-CONV-abiv number (850) contact Court Adminis- IN THE CIRCUIT redeemed according to Plaintiff, OR
en 689-5000, Extension trato at 1250 N. Elin AMENDED NOTICE COURT OF THE FIRST law, the property de- AN
*See Americans with 7497,.prior to. the pro- Pa Shalimar, FL, OF ACTION FOR DIS- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN scribed in the certifi-
Disabilities Act feeding. or Shalmar elehoneanum- SOLUTION OF MAR- AND FOR OKALOOSA cate will be sold to the vs. LA;
IMPORTANT b (850)651-7497 bar (850) 651-7497, RIAGE COUNTY, FLORIDA highest bidder in the DR
Prior to the proceeding. CASE NO. 09-CA-2340 BCC Board Meeting
In accordance with IMPORTANT 05/27/09 proceeding. TO: PONG C. Room at the Okaloosa SHAWN A. GRANATO, CU
the Americans with Dis- 06/03/09 "LUGENBEEL ANNETTE CREEL and County Courthouse, et al, UN
abilities Act, persons In accordance with 06 9 LAST KNOWN AD- STEVE CREEL, Crestview, Florida at Defendant(s).
with disabilities need- the Americans with Dis- DRESS: ORLANDO, Plaintiffs, 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, YO
ing special accommo- abilities Act, persons Legal #100622 FLORIDA June 23, 2009. NOTICE OF RE- tha


dation to participate in with disabilities need- vs. SCHEDULED FORE- clo
this proceeding should ing special accommo- IN THE CIRCUIT YOU ARE NOTIFIED Dated this 13th day of CLOSURE SALE the
contact Court Adminis- dation to participate in COURT OF THE FIRST that an action has been MAGGIE L. THOMP- June, 2009. in
tration at 101 James this proceeding should JUDICIAL CIRCUIT filed against you and SON a/k/a MAGGIE DON W. HOWARD NOTICE IS HEREBY Flo
Lee Boulevard East, contact Court Adminis- IN AND FOR you are required to LEIGH THOMPSON, CLERK OF THE CIR- GIVEN pursuant to an LO'
Crestview, FL, tration at 1250 N. Eglin OKALOOSA COUNTY, serve a copy of your deceased, and her un- CUIT COURTS Order Rescheduling SA
32536-3515; telephone Parkway, Shalimar, FL, FLORIDA written defenses, if any, known heirs, devisees, By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- Foreclosure Sale dated SU
number (850) 32579; telephone num- CIVIL ACTION to it on STEPHEN D. grantees, assigns, uty Clerk May 26, 2009 and en- OK
689-5000, Extension ber (850) 651-7497, LUGENBEEL, whose creditors and any other tered in Case NO. 2007 STA
7497, prior to the pro- prior to the proceeding. DEUTSCHE BANK NA- address is 3975 Painter parties claiming by, 05/20/09 CA 005301 of the Cir- AC
ceeding. or Shalimar 05/27/09 TIONAL TRUST COM- Branch Rd, Crestviw Fl. through, under, or 05/27/09 cuit Court of the FIRST PL
(850) 651-7497 06/03/09 PANY. AS TRUSTEE 32539, on or before against her; ROY 06/03/09 Judicial Circuit In and pL
FOR MASTR SPEC LN July 9, 2009, and file ALFORD, JR., known 06/10/09 for OKALOOSA 161


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RLEY W. STREET ,
al,
Defendant(s).
'TICE OF ACTION

RLEY W. STREET
ST KNOWN AD-
ESS: 7 4 2
HORSE AVENUE
RT WALTON
ACH, FL 32548
RRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN
Y AND ALL UN-
OWN PARTIES.
AIMING BY,
ROUGH, UNDER,
D AGAINST' THE
REIN NAMED INDI-
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T(S) WHO ARE NOT
OWN TO BE DEAD
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ID UNKNOWN PAR-
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TEREST AS
HOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
SEES, GRANTEES,
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U ARE NOTIFIED
t an action to fore-
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following property
OKALOOSA County,
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NTA ROSA ISLAND
DIVISION IN
ALOOSA COUNTY,
ATE OF FLORIDA,
CORDING TO THE
-AT RECORDED IN
AT BOOK 2, PAGES
8 OF THE PUBLIC


2100 -Pets
2110 Pets: Free to -
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2120 Pet Supplies
2130 Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 -Pet Memorials




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puppies,CKC reg.
$500. call 306-1137
AKC Male Sheltie
puppy. Hand cuddled
loving. $400
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3110 Appliances
3120 Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
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3170 Collectibles
3180 Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical instruments'
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NAL ASSOCIA- has been filed against
N, AS TRUSTEE OF you and you are re-
MORGAN ALTER- quired to serve a copy
TIVE LOAN TRUST of your written de-
6-A4, is the Plaintiff fenses, if any, on or
SHAWN A. before July 13, 2009
ANATO; ANY AND on Florida Default Law
SUNKNOWN PAR- Group, P.L., Plaintiff's
S CLAIMING BY, attorney, whose ad-
ROUGH, UNDER, dress is 9119 Corpo-
D AGAINST THE rate Lake Drive, Suite
REIN NAMED INDI- 300, Tampa, Florida
UAL DEFEND- 33634, and file the orig-
T(S) WHO ARE NOT inal with this Court el-
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ALIVE, WHETHER Plaintiff's attorney or
D UNKNOWN PAR- immediately thereafter;
S MAY CLAIM AN otherwise a default will
EREST AS be entered against you
)USES, HEIRS, DE- for the relief demanded
EES, GRANTEES, in the Complaint or pe-
OTHER CLAIM- tuition.
TS; MORTGAGE This notice shall be
-CTRONIC REGIS- published once each
ATION. SYSTEMS, week for two consecu-
ORPORATED, AS tive weeks in the Crest-
MINEE FOR view News Bulletin.
MORTGAGE, INC.; WITNESS my' hand and
ERALD LAKES the seal of this Court
OPERTY OWNERS on this 27 day of May,
SOCIATION, INC.; 2009.
the Defendants, I
sell to the highest Don W. Howard
Best bidder for Clerk of the Court
h at
iLIMAR: IN FRONT By:Anita Cantrall
CLERK'S FRONT As Deputy Clerk
OR OF SHALIMAR
NEX at 11:00AM, on Florida Default Law
19 day of June, Group,. L.
9, the following de- RO. Box 25018
bed property as set Tampa, Florida
h in said Final Judg- 33622-5018
nt:
T 13, EMERALD IMPORTANT
;ES PHASE III, BE- In accordance with the
A PORTION OF Americans with Disa-
SECTIONALIZED abilities Act, persons
WNSHIP 2 SOUTH, with disabilities need-
NGE 22 WEST, ing special accommo-
ALOOSA COUNTY, dation to participate in
)RIDA, ACCORD- this proceeding should
STO THE PLAT RE- contact Court Adminis-
RDED IN PLAT tration at 101 James
OK 19, PAGES 5 Lee Boulevard- East,
D 6, OF THE PUB, 'Crestview, FL,
RECORDS OF 32536-3515; telephone
D COUNTY. number (850)
689-5000, Extension
/A 333 TEQUESTA 7497, prior to the pro-
IVE, DESTIN, FL ceeding. or Shalimar
541 850)'651-7497
y person claiming an IMPORTANT
rest in the surplus In accordance with the
n the sale, if any, Americans with Disa-
er than the property abilities Act, persons
ner as of the date of with disabilities need-
Lis Pendens must ing special accommo-
a claim within .sixty dation to participate in
)days after the sale. this proceeding should
TNESS MY HAND contact Court Adminis-
1 the seal of this tration at 1250 N. Eglin
urt on May 27, 2009. Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
n W. Howard ber (850) 651-7497,
rk of the Circuit prior to.the proceeding.
urt
6/3/2009
Vickie Jackson 6/10/2009
)uty Clerk
rida Default Law
up, RL.
.Box 25018 [i iO1110
npa, Florida
i22-5018 Donate Your Vehicle
Receive $1000 Grocery
'ORTANT Coupon United Breast
accordance with the, Cancer Foundation
ericans with Disa- Free Mammograms,
ties Act, persons Breast Cancer Info
h disabilities need- www.ubcf.info Free
special accommo- Towing, Tax Deducti-
ion to participate in 'ble, Non-Runners Ac-
proceeding should cepted, (888)468-5964.
intact Court Adminis-
ion at 101 James Save $$$ on Advertis-
e Boulevard East, ing! Run your classified
gstview, FL, ad in over 100 Florida
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mber (850) over 4 Million readers
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hiding. or Shalimar Call this newspaper or
0) 651-7497 (866)742-1373 for more
details or visit:
'ORTANT www.florida-classifieds.
accordance with the com.
lericans with Disa-
lties Act, persons
h disabilities need-
special accommo- 6
ion to participate in 11
Proceeding should Black and gray male
intact Court Adminis- tabby cat. Name is
ion at 1250 N. Eglin Tsuki. Missing since
rkway, Shalimar, .FL, 05/19 from N Crestview
i79; telephone num- area .Call
(850) 651-7497, 850-306-1388
or to the proceeding.
12009
0/2009
1170
Female puppy found in
GAL#120229 the Baker area near
Old River Rd. She is
IN THE CIRCUIT white w/black rings
COURT OF THE around the eyes. Call
RST JUDICIAL CIR- 689-8031
CUIT
IN AND FOR
KALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA I
IVIL ACTION CASE *,
NO.:46-2009-CA-
1684 DIVISION FILE
NO:F09027763
NTRUST MORT-
GE, INC, PETS & ANIMAS
Plaintiff,







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3100 1 3 3320 00'6140"
All Typea of Watch & Crestview SALE SALE SALE Your Retirement Ac-
oc'Repair, grandfa- GARAGE SALE! Daylilies- Many. colors. count Disappearing?
others, mantels, cuckoos, Sat. June 6, 8am-Noon, .50 cent to $1.00 Motivated people are
we buy antiques, Call 4617 Scarlet Drive # 47233495 call for making. $500-$3500 per
689-1007 East. (Turn on Live Oak more info.6784707 LM No Explaning
Rd. go past Live Oak www successnowl2 corn
Church 1st right on --www.successnow123.com
Scarlet Dr.) Furniture, or (888)223-5772
name brand clothes, .- i
S 3130 lots of house items.' ('. "a
rart Exhibit Cntm- Pricedto se Cance f C CnestvOLY4 $ 02mob
porary Art Exhibit. rains ) "home. ONLY $850 mo!
Some items Discoun- Crestview Call Jenny at Pelican
ted up to 80% Friday, Giant Garage *. L j .4 Real Estate 315-0972
June 12th 6pm-9pm eEMPLOYMENT -
Opening night raffle, Sale
cocktails, hours June 6&7, 8am-3pm, 4100- Help Wanted REA ESATE FOR RENT Crestview 4bd 3ba,
d'oeurves Artworks 1212 Hwy 85 N.,(Old 4110- Restaurants/Clubs double garage, 3000
from Neiman, Tarkay, Bogan Building) Tools, 4120- Sales 6100 Business/ SF. Brand New. $1200,
Malmon, Max, Keely, equip., household, 4130 Employment Commercial mo. +dd. call
Nichita, Agam, William misc., Rain or Shine Information 6110 Apartments 850-683-5355 or
Vincent Kirkpatrick, and call for info. 217-6270 .u6120 Beach Rentals 850-368-2392
more. Remaining items Crestview 613-490df House Rentals _________
available for sale ving Sale OO 610 R oommate WaRented
through June 14th. M vingSale! 100 61 Roommafore Wanted
Baterbys Art Auction Sat. June 6, 7am-Till, 6170 Mobile Home/Lot
Gallery 9101 Interna- 6411 Possum Ridge ,- mo V 6180 -ut-of-Town Rentals
tional Drive Pointe Or- Rd. Household goods, 6190 Tmeshare Rentals
land, Fl. 32819 boat. 6200 Vacation Rentals,
www.baterbys.com Crestview .....R Janet Johnson
(866) 537-1004 oran- Multi-Family DRIVER NTRAINEES Realty, Inson
dofineart@ u i ami y NEEDED NOW i I RealtyiInc.
baterbys.com Yard Sale Drivers being hired,and oo100 Equal Housing
AB#2746 AU#3750 Sat. June 6, 8am-lpm, trained locally for Crestview- 899 S. opportunity
1442 Cormeo St., To Werner Enterprises. No Ferdon Blvd. Approxi- 682-1800
Grand Opening Auc- much to list. exp. Needed mately 806 SF. 2 year
tion, Waterfront Devel- stview 1-866-280-5309 lease, $525 mo. one
hoped e Lots, 6 Sell Abso- Crestview month advance de- Baker
lute, Lake View Lots, In- Rummage Sale posit. Lessor pays elec-' *6127 Wills Way
teor Lots; Edgewater June 5&6, 8am-12pm n T AY tricity fees and a poer- 3 br, 2.5 ba; $1050
Development, Lancas- Disable American Vet- tion of the water/ sew- Crestview
ter, SC; 6-13-09. Iron erans Auxilary Inside ag and gas fees. For / 118 Hamptonv
Horse Auction, D.A.VChapter Home details/ or information 2 br, 1.5 be; $550
SCAL3936, 5296 Hare St. Shoffner Food Srvc/Hospltality call 6825434 at r mCosson Cr,
(800)997-2248, City, HWY 90 E., turn at ca0 3089 Cosson Cr,
www.ironhrseauction. power plant on left (2nd All Positions Crestview 3 br, 2 ba; $595
com block). Lots of Good for Cracker Barrel of Office Space 226 Runnympade Dr,
Stuff. Crestview. Nights & Executive Offices in 2 r 41. oba $595
weekends 682-804 Executive Oces in BolinkWay
l Crestview Alyanme O McClain, Office Plaza 2 br, 2 ba, $625
Rummage Sale Apply anytime. on Hwy 85. Rate in- *206 Virginia St,
310S Sat. June. 6, NEED A JOB! cludes ALL utilities, 2 br, 1.5 be, $650
Metal Roofing 40 yr 7am-1 am E exciting New Business .highspeed internet,, 216 Virginia St,
Metal Rooting, 40 yr 150 Woodlawn Dr. in Okaloosa County common area main-l 2 br,1.5 ba, $650
Warranty-Buy direct (behind Woodlawn looking for highly moti- cang. 6 079daily 0 b6020Gagnon St,
fromors imanufacturerockw/all Baptist Church) Pro- vated people that-like cleaning. 682-0791 3 br, 2 be; $695
30/clcessors in sto. Quick turn ceeds from this fund to have-fun and make professional Office 575 Pine Ave
accessories. DeQuick turny availa- raiser support the char- .above average income Professional Office 3 br 2 ba; $700
around. Delivery S ties of the GFWC There is assign ono- building for Lease 104 CorwinSt
& Mfg 8ast Supply Women's Club of Crest- nus of $1000 and large 1000sf. ,101 Duggn 2 br 25 ba, $725
& Mg 888)39 view3-335 For more info. weekly bonuses of Ave Next to Eglin 5292 Opportunity Dr.
www.GulfCoastSupply. call 682-1416 $200 and $350 Base ofFCU) Call 621-0046 3br, 2 be; 795
com estview pay of $425 a week. b 0 2405 Mill Run Dr,
CrestvieApply at 397 Walden 3 br,'2 be; $925
1 Yard Sale St., Crestview in per- 11 211 Raptor br,
Fri & Sat, 8am-6pm, son. 850-306-2269 or 110 4 br, 2 ba; $1200
S 3220 I 118 South Lloyd St. 850-305-1704 $99 Move In 0511 KrestDr,
Dinning table w/ 6 3 br, 2 ba; $995,
Leather- Sofa/loveseat chairs, massaging re- Other pecials 03219,Skynight Dr,,
New, still in box. Retail clinker, i small desk w/ Crestview-, Quiet well- 3 br 2 be; $995
$1899 only $699 Can chair, lamps, chande- Mystery mintained 2 br, 1 be, 6042Sand Hill Rd
separate. 850 471-0330 lier, large vases, VCR Shoppe total electric 585-6985 4 br, 2.5 be, $1250
1 '"tapes including Disney papers Crestvlew Bent Creek 0 4860 Traxx,
All new Pillowtop Mat- Classic, lots of clothes Earr up to $100/ day. Apts II Vouchers Ac- 4 br, 2 ba; $1400
tress Queen/box spring and toys, children's Undercover shoppers cepted.' Rental assis- Commercial
Fact. warr. $169 Can bikes. TV. entertain- needed to judge retail tance may be avail. 1 & 0 593 James Lee Blvd,
deliver. 850-471-0330. ment center, material and dining estab. No. 2 BR HC & non-HC ac- 1600sf $1200
and lots more. exp, req 1-877-358-6239 cessible apts. 209 Bent .. 7
HELP!! Crtvw Web ID #27859448 Creek Rd. Crestview,
HELPf Crestw ale FL. Call 850 682-5563,
TOMUCH T Yard Sale TDDn/TY 711. Equal New Homes
TOO MUCH T h u r s Sun A housing Opportunity New Homes
FURNITURE!! '7:30a-12pm, 114 Mill W Cretview for rent
Pond Cove (off John Brookmeade Villas 1 FWB in Gated
King/Beaver Creek). Person to "Live In" to Appt. 1 apartment Community /3,
SCrestview care for senior handi- available now for the2,423f LA, $2,175
YARD SALE!- capped man full re- elderly, handicapped & FWB in Gtedy 43/1,
Sat. June 6, 8am-?, 596 sponsibility for night & disabled. 102 Noble 050
Brock St. (OffHwy 85) day activity. No smok- Circle, Crestview, FL 2349sf LA, $2,050
Brock St. (Off H ing, 'alcohol or drug 32539. Call 0 Crestview -Gated
Suse! Ref. req Start 8 5 0 68 9 2 2 7 2 Community 3/2/1,
.6-11-09 Call for info TDD/TTY 7T1 Equal 2494sf.LA,$1,850,.
A 2 0 682-2989 from 6 to 8 Housing Opportunity 9 Nicele 5/3/1,
-Onine Phapmac yu y Crestvlew Inn
SOnline Pharmacy Buy .. Motel $35 d $165 WK Last month rent plus
-Som, Ultram, Fioricet Roofers & Laborers APT $190 Wk. $575 4 Sec. deposit required
Prozac, Buspar needed for BUR..Con- wk.Call 6q2-4466
$71.99/90 $107/180 tact John Spriggs
Aruba Model Quantities, Price In- 334-797-4199 Crestview, Bent Creek Mo-Fri 7-4: 864-5426
"Click" Futon cludes Prescriptionl Apartments I, Vouchers After Hours: 699-0326
thissurcok c Over 200 Meds Accepted. Rental assis-
this super coo con- tance may be available
vertible couch, clicks upn Mention 1 BRHC non
into place. Can con- Ofer:#1A31. HC accessible apart-
vert to a8double'(888)389-0461.Haessibl eaIaAt
chaise lounge or a tri-drugstore.com sales 209 Bent Creek Road, NEW
bed (17"x78"x48") or Crestview, FL. Call
a couch (35"x78"x36") Help Wanted! 850- 6 8 2-5563, 5 5 6 3Wat
8 different settings! Could you use $500 to TDDFTTY 711. Equal Teel & Waters
Great modern design 3270 $1000 extra income per Housing Opportunity Real Estate
with neutral oyster month? Please call Furnished ,1 BR for RENTALS
colored stain resist- ---- Sandy 1-800-859-1522 mature person, no
ant microfiber fabric Sady 1-800-859-1522 mature person, no 682-6156
ant microfiber fabric smoking or pets. Utili-
removable cover. ties furnished $500.
Great for smaller Mens white gold Call 689-1318 3542 Auburn Rd,
spaces. This is a band with princess $695, 3 BR 1 BA, 1 AC,
stock picture with the cut diamonds $2254130 3819 Golden Acres,
ad but the couch Womers white gold $600 Weekly Potential $750 3BR,s2BA, AC
looks exactly the -diamond band. $115. $$$ Helping the gaov-r *217 Forrest Pkwy 5 '
same because tondition Brand new, never ernment PT. No Expe- Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 bea 10BeRacon's Bend
eLi ents condition, worn, still in original rience. No Selling. Call: TH, $700 mo, $725 dd. $900, 4BR; 3BA
sts for $600, boxes. 301-751-8000 (888)213-5225 Ad No smoke/pet. Near 102 Trenton Ave
REDUCED TO- FWB. Code: M .Walker Elem. 240-0890 $945, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
$225 ,5 -- Hepn Wanated No Crestvlew- 2 br, 1.5 ba 332 Adams Drive .
een pillows &or t hrowge H.l-4l 3X61 Truck Dnriver n xper. TH. 103 Hampton. W/D $1175, 3 BR, 2 BA 2CG
green pillows & the wsetence- N6 iProblem. hkup, shed. $525 mo + 715 Majestic Prince,
$25. In FWB, pall 3300 Wil-Trans Will Teach dd. Pet w/fee. 682-8483 $1100,3BR,2BA
Donna, 362-8868. Airlines Are Hiring You How to Drive. no p94Riverchase Blvd
Aviation Maintenance CDL Training. Must bed 14 _* 29$1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CGt
King Mattress and 2 pc. Career. FAA approved 23. (888)368-1205 6140 $1500 Cbmmercial
box set. New, in plastic program. Financial aid $1500lPopercia
Pillowtop. $225. 850 uaified Housing OTR Drivers Join All Properties require a
471-0330 Can deliver available. Call Aviation PTL Top PayM Re- creditase, noinsidel sok-year
Institute of Mainte- qu'red 12 Months. ax- lease, no ie amok-
nance (888)349-5387.. pelnce and QDL-A. Crestview 2br, 1ba.ing,pet fees are non
Out 10-14 days.uNo fel- No pets/smoke. $475 refundable.
UN W iW AYV Attend College Online ony or DUI past 5 mo+ 1st, last, & sec. Call Debra
from Home. *Medical, Years.' (877)740-6262 dep. 850-545-5331 Frost 682-6156
*Business, *Paralegal, Company Crestview 1950sf In
Mattress and Box Set, *Corputers, *Criminal www.ptl-mc.com Antioch Estates, .4 Br,
Full Size Still sealed Justice. Job placement (888)417-1155 0/Os. 2 Be, 2 CG S of 1-10
from factory, new, 850 assistance. Computer,---- $1180 mo. 423-0327
255-3050 available. Financial Aid Pickup truck & Com- m --
if qualified. Call mercial truck drivers 6170
(866)858-2121, needed. Deliver RV 7 TIIA
Stacked www.CenturaOnline.com trailers and commercial NEW ,
Washer & Mongoose bike, trucks and buses to all baCrestview- Nice 4 brHwy2
Dryer Set XR-200, like new $75. 48 states and Canada. 85 & 90. Fenced. F $700H
Energy Saver, $250 call 682-0507 Log on to 0 +dd. Pet ok. 682-8483
Call 850 797-53870or www.RVdeliveryjobs. +dd.Petok.682-8483
614 633-7822 orStraightwall Building com ___ ______________
S low prices...Deposits -- Crestvlew- 3 br, 2 be, Cresview- Remodeled
reduced. exile i l g. S. of 1-10 Fenced, 2br, ibe, Quiet park.
30X40 $8490. 35X50 $775 mo. 585-1503 850-585-8192
I 3230 $10,400.. 40X60 )
Crestveiw $12,980. O50X1 00 L A-
Fi Y $21,900. Others! In 1^. ,K ...
4 Family Yard Business 25 Years , K
Sale (800)720-6857.
Sat June 6, 8am-4', BUSINESS FINANCIAL .._. Ca
2357 Suan Dr. (off Old 5100-Buslhess
Bethel WN). Touch to 100porBtuniess Sales
list | 3310 i 5110 Money to Lend Award
Crestview Fender Squire
2-FamilyYard Electric Guitar C rHEV -' _ILET q slike
Sale! Fender hard case &I I ."L A&^.. qustic
S.u 6,, 9am-Tii Fender 12" dual chan- .- *i about e
Sat. June 6Ah, 9am-Till, nemp with remote All Cash Vending! Do abu
20a rh A Stle & fcoot str t h, .foot con- you earn $800 in a NA
Piano/Organ, Table & 4 rolled digital effects day? 25 Local Ma- A Al
Chairs good condition, processor with chines and Candy ward ~- -"our Sra HeaaquArters
Crest ----w wah-wah pedal, guitar $9,995. (888)629-9968 A'._4150 S.HFrdc
Creseiew Lde stand an all cables. B02000033 Call us: CHEVROLET 4150S.Ferd
Elks Lodge Excellent. conditions We will not be under- 6w
Garage Sale $600. ,Call 226-6754 sold
June 6th, 7am-till noon,
Vacant leote'on Hwy 85 N

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Quiet Country setting,
$700 mo + $500
deposit, Pets neg. call
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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
7170- Waterfront
7180- Investment
Property
7190- Out-of-ToWn
Real Estate
7200- Timeshare,


700






602 Mooney
Rd. FWB
Kenwood
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
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



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Homesites from
$29,900
1-888-446-5253 x.5199
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Start Up Business
Commercial Building
Ideal for start up busi-
ness, formerly beauty
shop. Improvements to
convey as is.
$129.500. call Elmer
Sanders Realtor
Coldwell Banker,
United, 582-1831


71S.
Coastal Georgia, Bank
ordered sale 1+ Acre
Ocean Access $29,900
(888)982-8952 x 5192
http://www.
oceanaccess299.com/
Lake Lot Deal Fell
Thrul 2.6 AC- $19,300
Free Boat Slips! (was
$39,900) Secluded
wooded lot w/ deeded
access to private
stocked bass lake.
Quiet rd frontage, utili-
ties, warranty deed. Ex-
cellent financing. Must
see, call now
(888)792-5253, x3038
Lakefront Bargainl 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

enneth
denhead
Professional for
Chevrolet, would
to answer any
ins you may have
ur quality vehicles.

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Crestview .. BEAUTIFUL HOME IN 9 .
First Assembly OLD BETHEL ESTATES
CHURCHWIDE 4br/2ba,1898sf CHARMING HOME
YARD SALE!I Lots of shade SOUTH OF 1-10
Sat. 7am-12, and back deckl 3br/2ba, 1053sf
400 S Ferdon Blvd. $995/mo Large yard and
Dave Ramsey said sell MLS #514437 open patrd and
everything but the kids L 4437$740 open patio
Crestview I-,"MLS #509671
Fri & Sat 7am -? #509671
1209Valley Rd ** l* ,. g 1i
Tons of toys, clothes, E -.i
etc.


| 715I 7S60
Old Florida Charm
4.5+ Ac-$66,300 (Was New Govern-
$89,900) Beautifully ment Financing
wooded! Private,' with
direct lake access. Program!
Country elegance with On all 3 or 4 Bed-
city convenience. U/G rooms Rates as low as
utils, city water & 4.75%. No Credit or
sewer. Call Bad Credit OK! Call
(866)352-2249 Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758


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lnd. All Credit OK Covington County, AL
n 82 3344 Credit Only 70 miles from the
850-682-3344 beach, but away from
hurricanes. .This 2125
sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2
bath house is situated
N.. .inAUV on 12 acres. Great floor
UNEt TON Y1 plan and is available
completely furnished,
including some farm
Crestview 3BR/2BA equip. for $300,000 or
1998 26X54 Dou- unfurnished for
blewide Call 225-2487 $270,000. All furniture
is in excellent condi-
tion. Has a horse barn
Get Iour share of the with garage and fenced
Government property for horses.
rme ~The pastures have
Bailout... piped water supply.
Receive up to $8000 to Just 3 miles from shop-
help buy your new ping, but country living
home... Call Clayton at its best. For info con-
Homes of Crestview for tact: 334-427-0417 or
details 850-68310758 334-804-3116


1999 Olsmobile Eighty Eight
2003 Pontiac Bonneville SE
2002 Chevrolet Impala LS
1998 Nissan Frontier XE
2004 Saturn ION Level 2
2000 Ford F-250 Super Duty XL
1999 Ford Ranger XLT 4WD
1999 Ford Expedition XLT
2003 Toyota Matrix
2000 GMCSonoma EXT
2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
2000 Lexus ES 300
2004 Chrysler Sebring Convertible
2005 Buick Century
2003 Chevrolet 3500 Cargo,
2004 Ford Ranger Edge
2005 Toyota Corolla CE
2003 Nissan Altima S
2008 Chevrolet Cobalt LS
2006 Volkswagen Jetta 2.55
2005 Pontiac Bonneville SLE
2004 Chevrolet Silverado EXT
2003 Buick LeSabre
2008 Pontiac Grand Prix
2005 Ford Mustang Convertible
2008 Pontiac Grand Prix
2005, GMC Canyon Z71
2005 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible
2003 Audi A4 3.0 Quattro
2008 Chevrolet HHR LT
2005 Buick LeSabre Limited
2004 Chevrolet Silverado 4x4 LS
L 2008 Pontiac G6 GT
2007 Chevrolet Trailblaizer LS
2007 Chevrolet Trailblaizer LS
2007 Sierra 1500
2008 Volkswagen Jetta
2007 Chevrolet Silverado EXT
2007 Chevrolet Silverado EXT
2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT
2007, Mazda CX-7 ,
2007 Mitsubishi Outlander XLS
2007 Pontiac G6 GTP
2006 Chevrolet Silverado EXT LT
2006 GMC Envoy XL
2009 Chevrolet 2500 Cargo Van
2006 GMC'Envoy SLT
2009 Pontiac G6 GT
2008 GMC Canyon Crew -
2008 GMC Sierra 1500
2008 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP
2009 Buick LaCrosse
2006 Cadillac CTS
2005 Mini CooperS
2005 Toyota Tacoma SR5 4WD EXT Cab
2009 Chevrolet Colorado Crew LT
2009 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT
2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT3
2007 GMC Sierra Crew
2006 Cadillac STS
2009 Buick LaCrosse CXL
2007 Hummer H3
2007 Cadillac CTS
2009 GMC Acadia
2008 Sierra Crew Z71


LocalTrade, lean $3,900
I' .'jari2 $4,900
Leather, Aim. Wheels $4,900
b, W $4,900
GreatMPG $5,900
l ..ii, bi ,.ul $5,900
Superab, Nice Truck $5,900
irdafu I.. ll $6,499
New Tres,Wheels $6,900
v r aw .,' $6,900
V8,Leather $6,900
.te.r l,,,r $6,900
X1, WLeather $6,900
t.utiia leti. i,,r $7,900
Van, Has Bins&Ladder Rack $7, 900
,- r, wi $7,900
Auto, ireatMPG $8,900
.0 irde Alu i', $8,900
Only 13KMiles $10,900
itin.t ,i f.u,- $$10,900
Leather, Wheels $10,900
L: I ii. $10,900
40KMIles, Nice $10,900
Alarar. Oi: o,' $11,900
W/Leather $11,900
d. ire,.-:- $12,900
Only 14KMiles $12,900
It leter $12,900
20'WheelsW/NewTires $12,900
,on, IA e, $13,900
Only3oKMlues $13,900
Li'rlo, $13,900
Leather, Sunmoof $14,900
',i:, i.ir $14, 900
Leather, Sunroof $14,900
Lur, Bdi. $14,900
7KMiles, Sunroof Leather$15,900
Iv., ire ,n, $15,900
New llres, Topper $15,900
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lu.,.,+,: $15,900
Sunroofeather $15,900
w TIFF. $15,900
Sunroof BOSE, 3rdRow $15,900
.ze T : $16,900
Sunroof Leather, BOSE $16,900
u ,.,1 .,'. $17,900
SLE, Bed er $17,900
S tiW $17,900
Sunroof Leather $17,900


Luxury, Sunroof Navigation$18,900
.. r $18,900
TD, Off-Road $18,900
r A i'A $19,900
Only 13KMiles, Leather $19,900
0q, io,At i 4t'o $19,900
PowerOptions, I KMiles $19,900
i",OfLi ,w. I. L r. $19,900
12KMiles,Leather, Sunroof $21,900
w, ,,.,.; ,,,,,,,[i, $21,900
Sport Performance Pkg $23,900
:. .., $28,900
Leather, 4WD $29,900


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Crestview News Bulletin 1 137


Wednesday, Junep 3, 200


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