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Publication Date: June 6, 2009
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FINAL HUG: Baker seniors beam with pride as the final walkwith
the Class of 2009 approaches.


WHAT AN ARM! Noah Frapk gets a chance to dunk Southside third
grade teacher Lori Wenrich during the school's final celebration.


Baker bids adieu to Class of 2009 Thursday was last 'last day'


Story and photos by Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin


The final "classroom"
for Baker's graduating
Class of 2009 was the
Barnhill Arena at the
Baker Area Recreation
Association facility.
Soggy conditions
moved graduation
exercises from Doug
Griffith Memorial
Stadium to the indoor
arena a few miles south.
Graduating Gators in
maroon and gold caps
and gowns received their
diplomas.
Baker Principal Tom
Shipp, in his principal's
message for the News
Bulletin, described the
seniors of 2009 as "a
class that will leave
behind many great
legacies and has set the
bar for underclassmen."
See more photos
from' the Baker School
graduation ceremony on
Page 4.


HAPPY GRADS: Ginny Simmons and
Xshlie Lewis hug during Baker High
School's graduation.


ON THE WEB


Go online to www.crestview
bulletin.com to see photos of the
Laurel Hill and Crestview graduation
ceremonies late Friday. Photos from the
Laurel Hill and Crestview ceremonies
also will be in the June 10 edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin.


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Story and photos by Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin


Southside Elementary
students enjoyed a day of
games and activities as a final
celebration on the school's last
"last day."
Southside, which opened
during the 1940s, will be replaced
by the new Riverside Elementary
in the fall. -
"We wanted to do something
that the children would always
remember," said Southside
Principal Donna Holloway.`
"It is a very emotional day
for all the faculty and staff at
Southside, because most of us
have been together for a long time.
We have worked on the planning
stages, and it's hard to believe
that on Monday we'll be walking
into the new school. I'm having to
pinch myself to make sure that it's
real," added Holloway.
It was also the last "last day"


at Richbourg Middle School.
Richbourg will no longer be used
as a middle school, as Shoal River
Middle School will open next door
to Riverside Elementary.
The Southside and Richbourg
buildings will be used for other
purposes.
About one-third of the
Richbourg building will be
used to expand Northwood
Elementary School. A campus
for the Emerald Coast Career
Institute will be made at the rear
of the building.
Southside will house pre-
kindergarten, voluntary
pre-kindergarten and pre-
kindergarten disability classes.
Troy University also will offer
classes in the building.
See more photos from the
last "last day" at Southside
Elementary on Page 5.


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The accident (above) from Blackman and H
State Road 189 occurred near the inter- Fire Departments.
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Okaloosa schools ban
corporal punishment
Gov. Charlie Crist signed
legislation last week that
has Florida school districts
following the lead. of Oka-
loosa County.
The new law requires
districts that still use cor-
poral punishment to review
the policy at a School Board
meeting and take public tes-
timony every three years.
Districts that do not
meet the requirement
would be banned from pad-
dling students as a form of
discipline.
The Okaloosa County
School District will not be
affected by the new bill. The
School Board voted 4-1 last
aid week to ban corporal pun-
lolt ishment. The new policy,
which took effect immedi-
ins- ately, was not prompted by
eli- the pending legislation.
,art The disciplinary mea-
sure was on the decline long
by before last Wednesday's
iew vote. Instances of corporal
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Adopt-a-Cat
month at PAWS
June is the American
Humane Association's
Adopt-A-Cat Month. Ap-
proximately 4 million home-
less cats end up in animal
shelters every year in the
.United States.
The Panhandle Animal
Welfare Society is excited
to invite you to meet all of
our wonderful cats and kit-
tens and take one home to
enrich your life. On June
20 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
PAWS will be having a Cat
Adoption Day. All cats over
1 year old will be $50 which
includes your new family
member being spayed/neu-
tered, tested for feline AIDS
and leukemia, updated on
shots and microchipped.
Kittens will be only $75.
PAWS will also be holding a
car wash, a dog wash and a
rabies/microchip clinic. Mfi-
crochips will be available for
$15 and rabies vaccinations,
for $5. PAWS will also be
offering free initial'applica-
tion of "soft paws" with the
purchase of soft paws. D0g
baths will only be $5.
The event will be held
at The Panhandle Animal
Welfare Society located at
- 752 Lovejoy Road in Fort
Walton Beach.
For more information
visit www.paws-shelter.org
or call 850-243-1525.
Special to the News
Bulletin

Odom-college lease
appears dead
The ill-fated idea of put-
ting a state-funded college
facility/EOC on Jay Odom's
Destin Jet property at Des-
tin Airport appeared dead
iTuesday.
Odom agreed to let
Northwest Florida State
College out of its lease and
signed documents clear-
ing the way for it to do so,
according to attorney Matt
Gaetz, who represented
Odom in executing the con-
tract.
Okaloosa County Ad-
ministrator Jim Curry said
the county, which leases
the land Destin Jet is built
on to Odom his agree.-
ment with the college was
to sublease -' could only
void the lease after it re-
ceived notification that the
college and Odom had cut
their ties. When that infor-
mation is received, Curry
said the county "will con-


sider it terminated" and do
whatever needs to be done,
either through board ac-
tion or executively, to let the
college out of its sublease
agreement.
Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers

Second 'swine flu'
case confirmed in
Santa Rosa
A second case of the
H1N1 virus, or swine flu,
has been confirmed in
Santa Rosa County after an
adult male tested positive
at the Florida Department
of Health Pensacola Branch
Laboratory, according to
a press release from the
Santa Rosa County Health
Department.
The unidentified man
has not yet shown symp-
toms but has been quaran-
tined at home over the last
few days while taking the
antiviral medication Tami-
flu, the release says.
.Several family members
also live at the, home, but
none have exhibited influ-
enza-like illness or symp-
toms, which include fever,
cough, sore throat, fatigue
and body aches.
Residents and visitors
are encouraged to take ba-
sic prevention steps to avoid
contracting HiNI, such as
washing hands frequently,
avoiding close contact with
people who appear to be
sick, avoiding touching your
eyes, nose and mouth, and
going to the doctor if you ex-
perience cough, fever and
fatigue along with diarrhea
and vomiting., i
Kimberly White I
Florida Freedom 8Newspa-
pers

Prominent cattleman,
business founder dies
Rhett Ewing Enzor Jr.,
the son of Rhett Enzor Jr.,
M.D. and Opal Hogg Enzor,
died May 30.
Enzor graduated from
Crestview High School in
1966 and went on to be-
come one of the county's
top cattlemen and horse
owners. He was a member
of the Florida Cattlemen's
Association and the Ameri-
can Quarter Horse Associa-
tion. He was also founder
of Point Center, Inc., Enzor
Clay and Fill, and Enzor
Quarter Horses.
Services were scheduled
for Friday. In lieu of flowers,
memorial contributions
may be made to the Ameri-
can Quarter Horse Associa-
tion Foundation.
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Church


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK: The Central Baptist Church
school will host the Crestview campus of Rocky
Bayou Christian School, beginning with two
kindergarten classes starting this fall.


Rocky Bayou Christian School

opening Crestview campus


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The Central Baptist
Church school playground
is quiet for now, but in just a
few months, it will be filled
with the joyful sound of ea-
ger youngsters at play.
Rocky Bayou Christian
School of Niceville, re-
nowned for its academic
excellence and Christian
values, will soon establish
a Crestview presence when
it opens two voluntary pre-
Kindergarten (VPK) class-
es this fall.
Parents and educators
recognize the value of so-
cializing youngsters in a
school setting. The state
mandates school for 5-year-
olds, but VPK bumps up the
age to 4-year-olds.
Dr. Don Larson, super-
intendent of the school, has
been considering opening a
Crestview campus for sev-
eral years, said Debra Mar-
shall, who will be principal
of the new campus.
"The facility they have
here at Central Baptist is
wonderful," Marshall said.
She cited resources such
as convenient parking,
kitchen facilities and a safe,
well-equipped playground
among the benefits of open-
ing Rocky Bayou's campus
at Central Baptist.
Rocky Bayou plans to
start small, offering two
VPK classes of 18 students
each, Marshall said. Ulti-,
mately Rocky Bayou hopes
\to offer education through
the sixth grade at the Cen-
tral Baptist location.
"Our goal is to grow one
or two grades a year," said
Larson. "We don't want to
grow too quickly and have
the quality of our education
suffer."
Central Baptist's pas-
tor, the Rev. Scott Dennis,
said the church is excited


NEW CAMPUS
For information
about enrolling your
four-year-old in Rocky
Bayou Christian
School's volunteer
pre-Kindergarten
program in
Crestview, call
development director
Amy Shaw at 678-
7712. Visit www.
rbcs.org for more
information about
Rocky Bayou.

to form a partnership with
Rocky Bayou. When he
brought the subject to a
congregational vote last
Sunday, there was no dis-
sent, he said.
"Everybody thinks it is a
great idea," Pastor Dennis
said.
Among the school's ea-
ger supporters is Jacob
Bracewell. He cavorted
around the parking lot dur-
ing Rocky Bayou's Tues-
day ribbon cutting while
his parents, the Rev. Dave
and April Bracewell, kept a
wary eye on the 4-year-old
bundle of energy.
"Are you looking forward
to starting kindergarten
'this fall?" Pastor Bracewell,
Central Baptist's recreation
minister, asked his son.
"Yes!" came the instant
reply.
"Are you going play nice
with the other kids?" asked
his dad.
"Yes!"
"Are you going to work
hard and learn your letters
and learn about Jesus?"
"Yes!"
"Are you going to be
good and stay out of the
principal's office?"
"No!"
Oh well, three out of
four's not so bad.


CHURCH BRIEFS


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

GOSPEL CONCERT:
On Sunday, New Beginnings
Church at 412 W James Lee
Blvd. in Crestview is host-
ing The Dixie Echoes in
concert at 6 p.m. The public
is invited to attend; a nurs-
ery is provided.
VBS: Live Oak Baptist
Church at 4565 Live Oak
Church Rd. in Crestview
invites 'area residents age
4 through adults to attend
Vacation Bible School June
7-11 from 6 to 9 p.m. nightly.
Theme is the Boomerang
Express. Hear Bible stories,
participate in cool crafts
and games, eat snacks and
study the Bible during this
free event. Details: 682-
5160. .
LIFELINE SCREEN-
ING: North Okaloosa resi-
dents can be screened to
reduce their risk of having
a stroke or bone fracture
on June 18 at Live Oak Bap-
tist Church, 4565 Live Oak
Church Road, Crestview.


Appointments begin at 9
a.m. Pre-registration is re-
quired.,
A package offering the'
four vascular screens and
one -bone density test costs
around $140, but prices vary
by package.
For details or to sched-
ule an appointment, call 1-
800-697-9721 or visit www.
lifelinescreening.com.
AGLOW MEETING:
Janet German of Geneva,
Ala., will be the speaker
for the Fort Walton Beach
Aglow on Thursday at Mari-
na Bay Resort, 80 S.E. Mir-
acle Strip Parkway in Fort
Walton Beach. Fellowship
time begins at. 9:30 a.m.,
with the meeting beginning
at 10 a.m.
Janet serves as a Pas-
tor, life coach, preacher and
teacher who ministers with
a strong prophetic mantle.
She co-Pastors with her
husband Michael at Time
of Refreshing Worship
Center in, Geneva. She has
one daughter, Caitlin. The
Aglow meeting is free. For
more information call Bar-
bara Williams at 678-1335.


Engagement ANNOUNCEMENT


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
Sarah Hartz and Randall Todd


Ms. Sarah Kathryn
Hartz and Mr. Randall
Keith Todd are pleased to
announce their engage-
ment and forthcoming
marriage. The bride-elect
is the daughter of Warren
and Sandy Hartz of McK-
enzie, Tenn. The groom-
elect is the son of Jim and
Carmen Lundy of Baker
and the son of the late
Gairy Todd of Florida.
Sarah is the grand-
daughter of Warren Sr. and
Elizabeth Hartz of McKen-
zie and of Ledell and Jea-
nette Bailey of Searcy, Ark.
The bride-to-be is a 2009
honor graduate of Union
University. Randall is the
grandson of Dalton and
Sylvia Lundy, and Myrtice


Crews and the late Quin-
nie Crews, all of Baker.
The groom-to-be is a
2004 graduate of Bethel
College and is currently
coaching at Chester Coun-
ty High School in Hender-
son, Tennessee.
The couple will ex-
change vows at 3 p.m. on
June 20, at First Baptist
Church McKenzie, with
music starting at 2:30 p.m.
A reception will immedi-
ately follow the ceremony
at the Christian Life Cen-
ter of First Baptist Church
McKenzie. Family and
friends are invited to at-
tend.
Following their honey-
moon the couple will re-
side in Henderson, Tenn.


Obituaries


Johney Jessie Harrison


Johney Jessie Harri-
son, 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 Crest-
view before moving to Co-
coa two years ago.
He was employed as a
nurse's aide.
Survivors include his
father, Phonzer Harrison
Jr.; mother, Glenda Harri-
son; sister, Mary E. Harri-
son; maternal grandmoth-
er, Annie' Scarbrough;
niece, Alexis; nephew,


Aubrey; numerous aunts,
uncles and cousins.
Services will be held at
10 a.m. Saturday, June 6
in the chapel of Brackney
Funeral ,Service. Burial
will follow in Beaver Creek
Cemetery.
The family will receive
friends one hour prior to
the services. -
Brackney FRmeral
Service, Crestview, is in
charge of arrangements.
Sign, leave a remem-
brance or view the guest.
book for Johney Harrison
online at www.crestview-
bAlletin.com.


Norman Ernest Singletary Jr.


Mr. Norman Ernest Sin-
gletary Jr., 54, of Laurel Hill,
passed away May 31, 2009.
He was born Oct. 31, 1954 in
Greenville, S.C. to Norman
and Barbara Cooper Single-
tarySr.
Mr. Singletary was a vet-
eran of the United States
Armed Forces, serving his
country in the United States
Air Force. He enjoyed hunt-
ing, fishing, gardening and
his dogs.
Mr. Singletary was pre-
ceded in death by his father
and mother.
He is survivedbyhis three
brothers, Michael Singletary


Military HONORS


Tiffany T. Medina
Army Spec. Tiffany T.
Medina has been named
a Soldier of the Year.
Selection was based
on the individual's exem-
plary duty performance,
job knowledge, leader-
ship qualities, teamwork,
significant self-improve-
ment, personal achieve-
ments, notable accom-
plishments, and commu-
nity service and support.
Medina, a parachute
packer with two years
of military service, is
assigned to the 1st Bat-
talion, 507th Parachute
Infantry Regiment, Fort
Benning, Columbus, Ga.
She is the daughter of
Jerry L. James and Hsui
Mei James of Crestview.
The specialist is a 2002
graduate of Crestview-
High School.

Nicholas R. McDaniel
Navy Seaman Recruit
Nicholas R. McDaniel, son
of Melanie R. and Randy
I. McDaniel of Crestview,
recently completed U.S.
Navy basic training at Re-
cruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, McDaniel com-
pleted a variety of train-
ing that included class-
room study and-practical
instruction on naval cus-
toms, first aid, firefight-


ing, water safety and
survival, and shipboard
and aircraft safety. An
emphasis was also placed
on physical fitness.
The capstone event of
boot camp is "Battle Sta-
tions." This exercise gives
recruits the skills and con-
fidence they need to suc-
ceed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to
galvanize the basic war-
rior attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each re-
cruit through the practi-
cal application of basic
Navy skills and the. core
values of Honor, Courage
and Commitment. Its dis-
tinctly "Navy" flavor was'
designed to take into ac-
count what it means to be
a Sailor.
McDaniel is a 2006
graduate of Crestview
High Scho.ol.

Phillip B. Gander
Army Pvt. Phillip B.
Gander has graduated
from basic infantry train-
ing at Fort Benning, Co-
lumbus, Ga.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
received training in drill
and ceremonies, weap-
ons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness,
first aid, and Army histo-
ry, core values and tradi-
tions. Additional training


included development of
basic combat skills and
battlefield operations and
tactics, and experiencing
use of various weapons
and weapons defenses
available to the infantry
crewman.
He is the son of Dan
and Trulie Gander of
Crestview and grandson
of Lee and Margret Gan-
der of Fort Walton Beach.
Gander .is a 2006 grad-
uate of Okaloosa Applied
Technical Center, Fort
Walton Beach.

Jesse D. Kovala
Army Pvt. Jesse D.
Kovala has graduated
from basic infantry train-
ing at Fort Benning, Co-
lumbus, Ga.
During the nine weeks
of training, the soldier
received training in drill
and ceremonies, weap-
ons, map reading, tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness,
first aid, and Army histo-
ry, core values and tradi-
tions. Additional training
included development of
basic combat skills and
battlefield operations and
tactics, and experiencing
use of various weapons
and weapons defenses
available to the infantry
crewman.
He is. the son of Mi-
chele Hughes of Crest-
view.


SArrest REPORTS


ity of Crestview
RACHAEL LEIGH
MOZIER, 7, of 310 Peo-
ria Blvd., Crestview, was
charged with child, abuse
and resisting arrest without
violence.
4/13: BRADLEY PAUL
BORLAND, 23, of 326 John
King Road, Crestview, was
charged with violation of
probation on an original
charge of petit theft.
4/20: WARREN VIN-
CENT WALIZER JR., 30, of
121 Lakeview Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with bat-
tery domestic violence.
4/23: MARY DIANNE
SHOFFNER, 49, of 4291
U.S. Highway 90 E., Crest-
view, was issued a notice to
appear on a charge of retail
theft.
4/25: JOSHUA STEVE
REILING, 27, of 5303 Mor-
risey Circle, Baker, was
charged with violation of
probation on original charg-
es of loitering and prowling.


4/29: SCOTT DAVID WIN-
STEAD, 18, of 1006 Valley
Road, Crestview, was is-
sued a notice to appear on
a charge of retail theft. *
JENIFER DENISE EW-
ING, 32, 506 South Lindoln
St., Crestview, was charged
with armed burglary to a
structure and aggravated
assault with a deadly weap-
on without intent to kill.
5/1: CRYSTAL LEIGH
BRADY 26, of 530 Brock
Ave., Crestview, was issued
a notice to appear on a
charge of battery.
Okaloosa County
TEDDEXTERGRICE,
46, of John Jones Road,
Holt, was charged with bat-
tery with prior convictions.
4/17: A Crestview teen-
ager was charged with
criminal mischief, grand
theft and robbery.
4/21: ERIC PAUL FLEM-
ING, 32, of 6768 Josey Road,
Laurel Hill, was charged
with violation of a domestic


violence injunction.
4/22: DICKIE L.
HAYNES, 39, of 822 Mayo
Trail, Crestview, was
charged with burglary to
a structure or conveyance
without a person inside and
theft. PAMELA HARRI-
SON, 38, of 228 North Savage
St., Crestview, was charged
with violation of probation
on an.original charge of do-
mestic violence battery. *
LAUREN M. BRANNON,
27, of 5775 U.S. Highway
393, Crestview, was charged
with worthless check. *
STEVEN A PORTER, 44, of
2028 8th Av., Crestview, was
charged with six counts of
worthless checks.
4/23: CHRISTOPHER
JAMES REDDEN, 38, of
Crestview, was charged with
battery based on an out-of-
county warrant. MARTIN
LUTHER HUDSON, 64,
4913. Okaloosa Lane, Crest-
view, was charged with lewd
or lascivious molestation. *
CRYSTAL GAYLE EDGE,


and wife Lynn of Covington,
Ga.; Robert Singletary and
wife Karen of Conyers, Ga.,
and Jerry Lewis of Carters-
ville, Ga.; two sisters, Sundea
Wells and husband Dan of
Monticello, Ga. and Juliette
Clark of Winder Ga.
Memorialization will be
by direct cremation with
Clary-Glenn Fhmeral Home
in DeFuniak Springs en-
trusted with the arrange-
ments.
Go online to view obituar-
ies, offer condolences and
sign the guest book for Mr.
Singletary at www.clary-
glenn.com.



Say 'YES'


to fitness


initiative

Special to the News Bulletin

Area youngsters are
invited to "Say YES to the
Challenge" at a Youth Ex-
ercise and Screening event
today from 9 a.m. to noon at
Woodlawn Baptist Church.
This is the first of a
series of quarterly youth
wellness initiatives spon-
sored by Crestview Pe-
diatrics and Adolescent
Center. The goal is to bring
awareness to the childhood
obesity epidemic through
education, screening and
guidance.
Available resources at
the YES event will include:
A presentation on
youth wellness
Growth measure-
ments
Body Mass Index
(BMI) calculations
Nutritional support
Fitness consultation
Age-appropriate aero-
bic activities
Games, including Wii
Fit, jump rope and hula
hoop contests
Door prizes
For details contact
Crestview Pediatrics and
Adolescent Center at 683-
5100.


33, of 904 Birch Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with
worthless check as per di-
rect file capias.
4/24:' ANGELA ROBYN
MCNULTY 32, of 75 Thom-
as Drive, Laurel Hill, 'was
charged with a count of
worthless check. TER-
RELL DURM, 25, was
charged with violation
of probation on previous
charges of no valid driver's
license and possession of
marijuana. JOHN AN-
THONY MARICEVICH, 53,
of 1200 James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, was charged with
failure to appear on a previ-
ous charge of Worthless
check, and worthless check
* WILLIAM MONROE AN-
DERSON II, of 1200 James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, was
charged with two counts of
failure to appear on a previ-
ous charge of felony viola-
tion of probation (VOP) and
failure to appear on a previ-
ous charge of VOP-grand
theft.


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DUNK YOU VERY MUCH: Hunter Nichols draws back to throw at the SCHOOL'S OUT FOR ... EVER!: Southside students
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Knights of Columbus

Tootsie Roll drive has sweet payoff


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS DONATIONS: The Crestview community donated
more than $5,000 during the 2009 Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll
Drive. Knights of Columbus representatives used the funds to present
checks to two local charities to assist with their expenses, as-well
as. checks to four elementary special-education classes. Among the
presentations were donations to Horizons of Okaloosa County (top),
Abilities Center of'Northwest Florida (bottom), Laurel Hill School
(middle right) and Southside Elementary (middle left). The Knights
extend their gratitude for the overwhelming support from local
residents. "Without you, this wasn't possible! Thanks!"


Val-P mayor makes early exit

from Crestview meeting

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The big news from Tuesday's draft Joint
Land Use Study presentation at the Crestview
Area Chamber of Commerce was that there was
relatively little news for north Okaloosa County
residents.
The cities of Crestview and Laurel Hill and
the Okaloosa County government will be asked
to adopt multiple recommendations to prepare
for the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC)
implementation, but the overall intrusion ip the
northern half of the county will be minimal, ac-*
cording to the speakers at the JLUS presentation.
Only small portion of unincorporated land
southeast of Crestview on the northern bound-
ary of Eglin Air Force Base is projected to experi-
ence potential noise problems and/or will be near
a takeoff/landing area.
The JLUS recommends that the cities of
Crestview and Laurel Hill take steps such as im-
plementing lighting standards to avoid glare and
reflection, limit object heights, continue to study
possible effects, and generally do as much as
possible to educate the public about the impact
of BRAC implementation. Okaloosa County will,
be asked to implement similar steps.
Large portions of north Okaloosa County are
in a Military Influence Planning Area (MIPA) III
zone on the JLUS documents, but those zones
were established prior to passage of the BRAC
law, according to Michael Bomar, one of the pre-
senters at Tuesday's meeting.
MIPA-III zones are related to low-level ap-
proach areas for aircraft approaching the Eglin
Reservation, cruise missile corridors and strate-
gic buffer areas along the northernbboundary of
the Eglin Reservation.
As anticipated, much of Tuesday's meetirig in-
cluded questions and comments from Valparaiso
officials and residents. The city's concerns with
the noise the new F-35 mission might bring have
been well documented.
The presenters said the JLUS is the best in-
strument citizens in areas like Valparaiso have to
have their concerns addressed
Valparaiso Mayor Bruce Arnold left the meet-
ing after Okaloosa County Commissioner and
Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce Execu-
tive Director Wayne Harris stopped Arnold's'
post-presentation comments by saying, "We're


KYLE WRIGHT I Crestviw News Bulletin
JLUS PRESENTATION: Michael Bomar of Tetra
Tech speaks during the presentation of the
draft Joint Land Use Study on Tuesday.

not going to debate any issues or pending law- -
suits going on."
Arnold had criticized the JLUS, and then
added, "All of this is incumbent on the commu-
nity meeting Air Force needs, whether they are
valid or invalid," and, "You're decimating the city
of Valparaiso." The city of Valparaiso has voted to
sue the Air Force over issues related to the F-35.
Bob Webb, a Val-P resident, later said that the
city is concerned about possible cuts in state and
federal funding if the city cannot instantly comply
with the final JLUS recommendations,
Okaloosa County Growth Management Direc-
tor Elliot Kampert said those concerns have been
"overplayed a bit" and that the city should work
with the state to show progress toward resolving
incompatibility issues.
Webb also tried to frame the F-35 debate rag-
ing in and around Val-P in a way north Okaloosa
County residents might better understand.
"It's like saying to Crestview, All of your prob-
lems will be solved if you move your whole city
east of Ferdon Boulevard,"' Webb said.
The.tentative date for the final JLUS release
is June 16. A public hearing is tentatively sched-,
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Commission will invite constitutional officers to participate in budget process


ask them to be part of our bud-
COMMISSIONER'S get process.
EC O R (Harris was asked if this
was related to Okaloosa Coun-
ty Tax Collector Chris Hughes'
decision to hold budget presen-
District 1 commissioner stations separate from the coun-
Wayne Harris provided ty's budget workshops.
this report from Tues- Hughes' is not legally
day's meeting of the required to participate
Okaloosa County Board in the county's budget
of County' Commission- process. Harris said the
ers. "' letter is not specifically
We agreed the (county J aimed at Hughes).
commission) chair would This is not an adver-
send a letter to each of WAYNE HARRIS sarial situation. People
the constitutional of- are demanding this. It's
ficers to be part of our budget, not us (the county commission-
process. We ask them to be part ers). It's the people. They expect


it. They expect it from everyone
that is an elected official to be
part of the process. Not be aloof
to the other departments or be
aloof to the other constitutional
officers. That's what the citizens
are demanding.
Wayne Harris' opinion only,
I would think they would be
more than forthcoming on what
they're going to spend money on
and why they're going to spend it
and how they're going to spend
it. The days are gone when you
made your budget, you came to
the commissioners with a little
bit of information, enough to let
them pass it. It's not a matter of
the commissioners. It's a matter
of, the public wants to know. The


public is demanding it. They
want to see everybody's budget.
Now more than ever, we need
to be forthcoming and be more
transparent about what we've
doing.
The road department gave
us a list of roads and priorities
but we asked them to go back
and prioritize those and bring it
back to the next meeting.
I don't think there is any-
thing we can do legally with the
Jay Odom lease. (Commission-
ers approved a five-year lease
last August for the tax collector
and property appraiser offices
to be housed in about 25,000
square feet at Odom's Uptown
Station expansion). A lot of due


diligence should have been done
when this all started out. I would
rather see us spend $2 million
on building a building rather
than leasing it. What I think is
imperative is we ask the right
questions when those things
come forward and if we don't,
then shame on us.
"County Commissioner's
Corner" appears in the Crest-
view News Bulletin following
meetings of the Okaloosa Coun-
ty Board of County Commis-
sioners and rotates between
commissioners who represent
the News Bulletin's coverage
area. The reports are compiled
from interviews with Crestview
News Bulletin staff.


Citizens committee would shoulder workload on charter review


CITY
COUNCIL

CORNER
SI was in a local Tom
Thumb recently, and I
happened to be wearing a
"city shirt," the kind that
has the city seal, my name,
and the fact that I
am a member of
the Crestview City
Council embroi-
dered thereon.
An adult woman
said, "Oh, you're
with the Chamber
of Commerce." BOB
"No," I 'replied, Crestvie
"I'm on the City
Council."
"Oh." She said, "what do
you do?"
This little exchange got
me to thinking.
"How many others,"
I asked myself, "have no
idea about what the sever-
al elected officials actually
do."
First, and foremost,
only the Crestview city
clerk is looked upon as a
"full time" employee of
the electorate. The Crest-
view mayor and all five,
city council members are
"part time." Three council
members actually have full
time jobs elsewhere. Even
so, a visit to City Hall will
normally find one or more
elected individuals roam-
ing the hallways or in one
or another office.
This is mentioned sim-
I


ply because some have
the misconception that
all elected officials have
ample time to attend to a
multitude of challenges
and pressing issues. In
actuality, some devote
much of their spare time
to city business. Some are
involved in several vol-
unteer programs that re-
quire cd-mingling
city tasks with
other responsibili-
ties.
Because of the
pressures and
demands of indi-
vidual lives, there
ALLEN is an unwritten
ew Council requirement for
individuals to be
versed in multi-tasking.
One cannot devote all of
his or her efforts on one
facet of city business, but,
instead, must be able to
encompass a number of
things.
In the near future, the
elected officials will be en-
gulfed in the development
and approval of the-annual
budget. Oh, the city's staff
will do most of the "leg
work," but the responsibil-
ity for the final review and
approval rests with those
you elected into office.
Similarly,; a less de-
manding but impor-
tant challenge has been
brought to the attention
of the members. The city,
as do all other cities, has
a City Charter, a guideline
that spells out in broad
terms the duties and re-


sponsibilities of the sever-
al elected officials and the
major department heads.
It lists how officials are to
be elected, how long the
terms of office shall be,
how they can be removed
from office, etc. Ideally,
a charter should be re-
viewed every five years
or so. Some charters even
include a 'statement to
this effect therein: Crest-
view's charter, as best can
be determined, was modi-
fied some 16. years ago
when "home rule" came
into effect. The actual
charter was written. and
eventually approved .by
the electorate some four
decades ago June 25,


1963 to be precise and
there is no record that it
has ever been "reviewed."
Accordingly, included in
the current charter are
requirements for the city
to have a tax collector and
a city physician, but there
is no mention of what can
be done if and when an
elected official is unable
to perform the duties to
which elected!
Do you know to whom
the several department
heads answer? Only the
chiefs of police and fire
answer to an elected offi-
cial the Mayor. The oth-
ers "answer" to the .five
individuals who sit on the
city council!


It has been suggested
that an ad hoc committee
composed of seven indi-
vidual city residents, one
selected by each .of. the
seven elected officials, be
formed to review and rec-.
ommend changes to the
city's charter. The only
involvement the elected
officials will have in the
near term, will be to se-
lect a committee member.
Down the line, at some
future date, the council,
mayor, and city clerk will
be asked to receive and
review the committee's
recommendations. Final-
ly, and assuming changes
are to be made, approval
of a new city charter will


be placed on the ballot for
citizen approval.
By doing this review
in this manner, there will
be private citizen input,
you will' be able to make
suggestions simply by ad-
dressing this ad hoc com-
mittee, elected official
bias will be avoided, and a
viable and up-to-date doc-
ument will be presented
to the electorate. Further,
this action will eliminate
the need for multi-task-
ing on at least one major
challenge facing the city
council.
"City Council Corner"
is available to members
of the Crestview and Lau-
rel Hill city councils.'


The Crestview city coun-
cil meets Monday at 6 p.m.
in council chambers at City
Hall. The public is invited
and encouraged to attend.
A workshop concerning
a review of the city's char-
ter is scheduled for 5 p.m.
Monday.
REGULAR AGENDA
1. Approval of Consent
Agenda.
2.' Monthly Wellness
Drawing.
3. Public Hearing:
a. .Public Hearing for
transmittal of the proposed
E.A.R. based amendments
- Jack Dorman.
b. Ordinance #1424
- Right-Of-Way Vacation of
the undeveloped portion of
Tenth Street between James
Street and Texas Parkway.
Requested by Frank Didio,
Kristofor & Georgia Fox,
Brian & Stefanie Davis and
Richard Johnson, Adjacent
Property Owners. LPA #09-'
02 Second reading and
Adoption (See.projects from
April TRC & LPA for Council
Meetings in May 2009 Book-
let).
c. Ordinance #1426 Re-
moval of Sec. 102-357. Life
Safety Annual Inspection
Fees Second Reading and
Adoption.
4. New Business:
a. EDC (Economic De-
velopment Council) Kay
Rasmussen.
b, Building Industry As-
sociation request for relief
from Impact Fees Govern-
mental Affairs Committee.
c. Spring Creek Apart-
ments request for relief
from Impact Fees John
Rocker.
d. Ordinance #1417 -7
Amendment to Section 102-
151, Provide labor intensive
transportation facilities and
sufficient parking facilities,.
Article VIII, Traffic Circu-
lation of Chapter 102 of the
Cbde of Ordinances, City
of Crestview Florida. First


Reading.
e. Ordinance #1418 -
Amendment to Section 102-
129, Districts and Boundar-
ies, Article VII, Land Use,
Type, Density, intensity,
zoning and regulatory con-
trols of Chapter 102 of the
Code of Ordinances, City of
Crestview, Florida: First
Reading.
f. Ordinance #1425 Right-
Of-Way Vacation of the unde-
veloped portion of Martin
Street North of James Lee
Blvd (Hwy 90). Requested
by Southern Boys Invest-
ment Group II, LLC and J.
D. Wingard, Jr. LPA #09-03.
First Reading.
g. Ordinance #1427 Re-
zoning of the South 15 feet
of Lot 20, Lots 21 through
29, and the vacated al-
leyway lying adjacent to
Lots 23 through 26, Block
4, Jack Kennedy Subdivi-
sion. Requested by Crest-
view Woodlawn Baptist
Church, Property Owner, by
'Jay Terrell, Trustee. First
Reading.
h. Ordinance #1428
- Amendment to Section
102-377, computation of the
Amount of Water and Sewer
Impact Fee, Article XIX, Wa-
ter and Sewer Impact Fee
Ordinance of Chapter 102
of 'the Code of Ordinances,
City of Crestview, Florida.
- First reading.
i. Board of Adjustment
Appointment (Anita Hughes
term to expire May 29, 2009)
- Councilman Grandberry.
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Le Courrier Vendeen
Special to the, .
Crestview News Bulletin
Franck Fischbach of
Le Courrier Vendden, the
newspaper of record for
Crestview's sister city
of Noirmoutier en P'lle,
France, provided this re-
port.
In its six years of ex-
istence, the "staff" of An-
thony Brochard's museum
dedicated to the Second
World War ,has to admit
that it does not know "the
exact number of pieces.
Some are authentic and
others are reproductions,
but all are collected with a
view to detail in relation to
history."
The collection began
with a parachutist's jacket.
The first piece had a re-
production, of an insignia
displayed nearby.
"The patch of the divi-
sion on the left for the air-
borne regiments of para-
troopers who landed on the
night of 5 to 6 June 1944,"
Brochard said. "Often in
movies, in dress, there are
errors in these details."
He admits his museum
is a financially devouring
passion. He must buy piec-
es gradually. For those ar-
tifacts he keenly wants, the
collector must be patient.
His two most valuable
pieces?
"Ajacket of the Air Force
bombers, valued at 740 eu-


FRANCK FISCHBACH I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
HOME MUSEUM: Anthony Brochard exhibits a World War II aviator's jacket, one of
the most prized artifacts in the museum devoted to th6 Second World War in his
Noirmoutier home.


ros (more than $1,000 at
current exchange rates). I
restored it to compare with
one worn by Captain Rob-
ert Morgan in 1943.
"This ,pilot managed
the feat of achieving 25
missions with his crew
without being wounded or
killed. It is a true legend.
I painted the pin-up girl
from his bomber by hand
on the back of the jacket.
It is found on, the, nose of
the aircraft, and was called
'nose art.'"
An organized display of
caps in rounded or square
cut attract the eye of the
visitor, including a rare
helmet.
"I've paid quite a lot for


it: 350 euros (about $500).
It was used in the film 'Sav-
ing Private Ryan' by Steven
Spielberg," Brochard said.
Propaganda posters
cover the walls, a series of
model aircraft fly overhead,
and a highlight of the mu-
seum is "an American flag
of the Second World War. It
differs from the current flag
because it includes only 48
stars instead of 50."
A collection of weap-
ons, "all deactivated," is
also part of this cave of Ali
Baba. Treasures include a
4 caliber U.S. Thompson
pistol 4, a 30.06 caliber U.S.
M1 parachutist's rifle and a
Russian gunner's gun.
Brochard has another


collection as valuable as
those pieces in his muse-
um: treasured memories.
"I had the privilege of
meeting nine American
World War II Veterans,
some of the few survivors
of the first wave that land-
ed (on D-Day) with a loss
of 3,000 dead," Brochard
said.
If he succeeds in a
project planned to be ready
in 2010, Anthony Brochard
hopes to present part of
his museum to the general
public. He knows that this
period of history interests
young people "who now
play video games. But here,
I propose they will discover
a real story."


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Crestview News Bulletin
Catherine Raimbaud
of Le Courrier Vendden, .
the newspaper of record
for Crestview's sister city
of Noirmoutier' en 'Ile,
France, provided this re-
port.
Earlier this week, a 1942 ..
GMC truck packing a 1943
Jeep in the back and a 6-
ton 1943. Dodge departed
Crestview's sister city of READY TO ST$
Noirmoutier to participate and Jean-Pc
in the commemorations, in drove from
Normandy, on the occasion on the 65th
of the 65th anniversary of Normandy.
the Allies' landings on June,
6, 1944. rebuilt and
Jean-Paul Limagne is public "over
at the wheel of the GMC for Jeep, ove
vehicle he bought 15 years army appre<
ago. Anthony Brochard is of vehicle,
in charge of the Jeep. Two troubleshoot
passionate patriots to their ers and there
very souls, they were pres- For Anth
ent with their vehicles dur-, terest in 1
ing VE Day commemora- began "in p
tions on May 8 at l'Epine (a while we st
town near Noirmoutier). ond World
"We know the date of good grades
manufacture of these ve- "Then I f
hicles, but it is impossible through boo
to know their history," said games ... II
Limagne. Research shows this passion
they were part of the Mar- creating a
shall Plan, which grew out home dedic,
of the Second World War. riod," Broa
"All the material sent by related story
the Americans to France Limagne
for relief was retained that "my in
by the French Army," Li- differently.
magne said. a passionate
The equipment has been I was 12 y


SpIpeta'l u t[Ltc rm.[ c iv'-N u[Oll unctiii
ORM THE BEACHES: Anthony. Brochard (left)
-ul Limagne pose with the vehicles they
Noirmoutier to the commemoration events
anniversary of the D-Day landings in ,


resold to the
T 70 years, and
er 80 years. The
ciated this type
which you can
t with just pli-
e keys."
tony, 34, his in-
these vehicles
primary school,
died the Sec-
War. I earned

fed this passion
ks, DVDs, video
have developed
to the point of
museum in my
ated to this pe-
hard said. (See
y above).
, 43, confides
iterest is born
I am above all
;e mechanic ...
ears old when


my father bought an army
Jeep. Later, I became in-
terested in history, then the
historic re-enactments.
"I participated in the
60th anniversary of the
landing. On this occasion, I
met a veteran U.S. soldier.
Seeing the patch on my
costume, he said it was one
he wore when he landed
in Normandy. He was very
impressed that people have
interest and maintain trac-
es of the past.
"He told me, 'in 1944 I
did not understand why I
was there ... To see you now,
I understand why.' He was
accompanied by his two
sons. All three cried. It was
very moving."
On May 31, the convoy
from Noirmoutier departed
for Isigny sur Mer, a 10-hour
road trip to commemorate


the 65th anniversary of the
landings.
"We cannot participate
every five years because the
bulk of the budget is fuel,"
Limagne said. "It takes 300
liters both outward and re-
turn, costing nearly 900 eu-
ros (more than $1,200)."
Once safely arrived in
Normandy, they joined 250
other vehicles, including
Jeeps and tanks, in simu-
lated combat.
"All the equipment is
demilitarized," says Jean-
Paul Limagne. "We will
create a real military camp
with tents and equipment
for a re-enactment."
The re-enactors planned
to sail for England to relive
the great moments of the
landing.
"We board our vehi-
cles and we will go to the
suburbs of Portsmouth,"
Limagne said. "Southwick
House was the headquar-
ters where the Allied lead-
ers met to decide on the
landing .of 1944. The meet-
ing room has kept in the
same state as in 1944, with
the maps still hanging on
the wall."
To commemorate the
anniversary of D-Day, they
planned to make the cross-
ing of the English Chan-
nel by boat, and at 6 in the
morning, the "reconstitut-
ed army" stormed Omaha
Beach.
Then, after a parade, the
group hit the road to follow
the route the American GIs
took to liberate France.


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year-old son, of Denise
and Gary Cadenhead
of Holt. The Choctaw
Bowmen Archery Range
was founded in 1953
and-is the oldest archery
range in Florida. To
learn more about the
club membership and
upcoming tournaments
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Quota changes make
Most hunters know the best time to
catch a monster buck off guard is dur-
ing the beginning of hunting season.
That's why many of us enjoy hunting the
archery and muzzleloading gun seasons
- and why we can't miss opening week-
end of the general gun season. After
that, lots of gunfire breaks out and those
big boys get nocturnal, making hunting
more difficult.
If you plan to hunt on public land next
season, you've probably heard that the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) made some changes
to its quota permit system.
Phase I of the application process for
most hunt types has been extended from
a 10-day period to a month and takes
place June 1-30. During this period, just
like before, you may turn in only one
worksheet for each type of quota hunt.
Remember: Unless exempt, you must
have an up-to-date management area
permit when applying for a quota permit.
The old archery/muzzleloading work-
sheet has been broken into two separate
worksheets one for archery hunts and
the other for muzzleloader hunts. There
is a new wild hog worksheet, as well as
the familiar general gun worksheet. So
you now have the opportunity to receive
four permits instead of just two.
All quota permit worksheets are avail-
able at MyFWC.com/Hunting by clicking
under "Limited Entry Hunts" or at a tax
collector's office or license agent. As be-
.fore, you may fill in your application with
up to five hunt choices. During phases
I and II, you may be drawn, for no more
than one quota permit per hunt type.
During Phase III, you can submit addi-
tional worksheets arid receive up to five
quota permits per hunt type.
Submit completed worksheets to
any license agent or tax collector's of-
fice. Those with a valid Florida driver's
license can submit worksheets online at
www.wildlifelicense.com/fl.
The drawings to decide who gets
these coveted quota hunt permits are
July 7-17. Results will be posted at My-
FWC.com/Hunting. Those selected will
receive quota permits in the mail.
Others get a preference point for
next year's drawing, which improves
the chance of being selected. If you're
unable to use your quota permit, mail
it back to Tallahassee so it can be reis-
sued to someone else during Phase III.
If it was issued in Phase I and it is post-
marked prior to the first day of the hunt,
you'll receive a preference point. Accu-
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system apply to the new system.
Except for the Blackwater Wildlife
Management Area (WMA) dog hunts and
Holton Creek WMA mobility-impaired
hunts, all quota permits are nontransfer-
able. Only the person named on the her-
mit can use it. This change makes the
quota system fairer by spreading great
hunting opportunities out to more folks.
If you gave up on applying for quota
hunts because you never drew the area
you wanted, I urge you to try it this year.
There's also a new guest permit. To
many folks and me it's rpore fun to go
hunting with a buddy, so the FWC cre-
ated a way for people to bring a friend on
a quota hunt.
For every quota permit (excluding
Blackwater WMA dog hunts and Holton
Creek WMA mobility-impaired hunts),
one nontransferable guest permit may
be obtained, until the last day of the
hunt, at tax collectors' offices or license
agents. Use the quota permit holder's
customer ID number and hunt number.
The guest must have a valid manage-
ment area permit (unless exempt) and
all other necessary permits and license
for the specific hunt.
Some stipulations: Both permit holder
and guest must enter and exit the WMA
together, share the same vehicle and
share a single person's bag limit. The
guest may hunt only when the quota per-
mit holder is on the area. On WMAs that
have zone tags, the permit holder and
guest must hunt in the same zone.
On 37 of the WMAs, there's a bag limit
of one deer, so I suggest you and your
guest set your cell phones on vibrate and
text your buddy when you shoot a deer.
That way, he'll know you've filled the
. bag limit. In places without a signal, you.
could use inexpensive two-way radios to
let each other know you got one.
If you'd like to apply for one or more
of the FWC's many fall quota hunt per-.
mits, you need to do so'this month.

Tony Young is the media relations
coordinator for the FWC's Division of
Hunting and Game Management. You.
can reach him with questions about
quota permits or how to apply at Tony.
Young@MyFWC.com.


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From staff reports muse? Creative Dramat-
ics, a summer workshop
Open to students age 13
NORTH OKALOOSA through college, will be
held at Northwest Florida
VETERAN'S BBQ State College in Niceville
. BASH, VFW Post 5450 on beginning June 8.
U.S. Highway 90 will host Participants will learn
a BBQ today from noon to about choreography, act-
5 p.m. tb raise funds for ing, voice, makeup and
local disabled and home- staging: As a finale, they
less veterans. Chicken and will perform in a produc-
pork plates will be avail- tionof "Fiddler on the Roof
able for $5 each. Activities Jr." on July 9 at the Mattie
include a dunking booth, Kelly Fine and Performing
petting zoo, face painting, Arts Center.
and other types of enter- No prior experience in
tainment, raffles and door theater is required and eli-
prizes. All proceeds will go gible high school and col-
to Safe & Secure Respite lege students may earn col-
Care in Crestview. To lege credit.
make an online donation, High school students
visit www.ssrc-florida.org. may be eligible to take the
RUMMAGE/BAKE Creative Dramatics class
SALE: The GFWC Wom- through dual enrollment.
an's Club of Crestview will For more information, con-
hold a rummage and bake tact Mary Lou Baker in the
sale fundraiser today from NWFSC Fine Arts office at
7 to 11 a.m. in the Woman's 850-729-5832.
Club Building, 150 Wood- ABWA WOMAN OF
lawn Drive, Crestview THE YEAR: The Ameri-
(behind Woodlawn Baptist can Business Women's
Church.) Proceeds support Association of Crestview
the charities of the GFWC will have its June 9 celebra-
Woman's Club of Crest- tion for Woman on the Year
view. Details: 682-1416. at Azteca Mexican Restau-
STUDENT DRAMA rant. Networking begins at
WORKSHOP: Ready to 5:15, with the celebration
let loose your theatrical at 6 p.m. Guest speaker


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will be Jeanne Rief. Door
prizes & a 50/50 drawing.
Guests welcome:.-
CRESTVIEW TOAST-
MASTERS: The Crest-
view Toastmasters club
will meet on Tuesday from
6 to 7 p.m. at Lundy and
Bowers, 296 S. Ferdon
Blvd. This month's meet-
ing will feature installation
of officers for 2009-2010
and a visit from the Area
18 Governor. Anyone who
would like to improve their
public speaking ability is
invited to visit and learn
how. Contact Crestview-
toastmasterkathy@yahoo.
com for more information,
or call 865-6993.
WALKER EVENTS:
Walker Elementary
announces the following
activities:
Summer daycare will
be provided by Walker
Child Care. Call 683-7686
for details. Applications are
available at the front office.
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.
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CAMP: Registration has


begun for the summer Pre-
school Literacy Camp at
Wesleyan Child Care Cen-
ter 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 informa-
tion please call the center
at 682-7319.
HOBO RECREATION
CAMP: The Laurel Hill
Hobo Recreation Camp
offers a safe learning and
physical activity environ-
ment for kids from kin-
dergarten 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 per-
sonnel and will run from
7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily,
with extended care avail-
able 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.okaloo-
sa.kl2.us.
RED CROSS CLASS-
ES: in Okaloosa County
include:
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. "
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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 Profes-
sional 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.
WOUND PREVEN-
TION IN-SERVICE: An
in-service on "Wound Pre-
vention" by Emerald Coast
Hospice will be presented
June 10 at 2 p.m. ay Par-
thenon Health Care at 1849
E. First Ave. in Crestview.
RSVP by calling 689-0300
SWIMMING LES-
SONS: The Crestview
Family YMC 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 ses-
sion for other participants.
Morning and evening ses-
sions are being scheduled.
.Private lessons are avail-
able by request. Details:
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NOTICE TO CREDI- e,.ill .II [o ire rigriei redeemed according to June, 2009.
Legal #100615 TORS and best bidder for law, the property de- DON W. HOWARD
cash at CRESTVIEW: scribed in the certifi- CLERK OF THE CIR-
IN THE CIRCUIT The administration of SOUTH FRONT DOOR cate will be sold to the CUlT COURTS
COURT OF THE the Estate of Xellaine D. OF THE OKALOOSA highest bidder in the By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Beith, Deceased, File COUNTY COURT- BCC Board Meeting uty Clerk
CUITrr, INAND FOR Number 2009-.CP-566, HOUSE at 11:00 AM, Room at the Okaloosa
OKALOOSA'COUNTY, is pending in the Circuit on the 26 day of June, County Courthouse, 06/06/09
FLORIDA CASE NQ. Court for Okaloosa 2009, the following de- Crestview, Florida at 06/13/09
09-DR-2306 DIVISION: County, Florida, the ad- scribed property as set 10:00.a.m. on Tuesday, 06/20/09
dress of which is forth in said Final Judg- July 22, 2009. 06/27/09
Jose Manuel Figueroa, Okaloosa County Judi- ment:
Petitioner, cial Center, ATTN: Pro- Dated this 1st day of Legal #100629
bate Division, Post Of- LOT 13, BLOCK C, June, 2009.
and fice Box 1359, 101 E. CLAIRE'S VINEYARD, DON W. HOWARD NOTICE OF APPLICA-
James Lee Boulevard, ACCORDING TO CLERK OF THE CIR- TION FOR TAX DEED
Angie Colleen Figue- Crestview, Florida PLAT THEREOF ON CUIT COURTS
roa, 32536-1359. The FILE IN PLAT BOOK By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
Respondent. names and addresses 20, PAGES 76 AND 77 uty Clerk 000095 S
of the Personal Repre- INT HE OFFICE OF
NOTICE OF ACTION sentative and the Per- THE CLERK OF 06/06/09 Notice is hereby given
FOR DISSOLUTION sonal Representative's COURT, OKALOOSA 06/13/09 that Plymouth Park Tax
OF MARRIAGE attorneys are set forth COUNTY, FLORIDA 06/20/09 Services, as holder of
below. 06/27/09 the following certificate,
TO: Angie Colleen A/K/A 4820 GROVE has filed said certificate
Figueroa All creditors of the de- STREER, CREST- for a Tax Deed to be is-
248 College St., cedent and other per- VIEW, FL 325390000 sued thereon. The cer-
Shreveport LA, 71104 sons having claims or Legal # 100628 tificate number and
demands against Any person claiming year of issuance, the
YOU ARE NOTIFIED decedent's estate must an interest in the sur- NOTICE OF'APPLICA- name in which the
that an action has been file their claims with this plus from the sale, if TION FOR TAX DEED propertyI is assessed
filed against you and court WITHIN 3 any, other than the and the description of
that you are required t MONTHS ASTER THE property owner as of TDA Case #: 2009 TD the property is as fol-
serve a copy of your DATE OF THE FIRST the date of the Lis 000100 C lows:
written defenses, if any, PUBLICATION OF Pendens-must file a Certificate # 486 of
to it on Jose Manuel Fi- THIS NOTICE. claim within sixty (60) Notice is hereby given 2007 Assessed to:
gueroa, whose address days after the sale. that Plymouth Park Tax MICHAEL T BENZ
is 57 Kelly Way, Valpa- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO Services, as holder of Description: QUAIL
raiso, Florida 32580 on FILED WITHIN THE WITNESS MY HAND the following certificate,. LAKE T/H L35
or before June TIME PERIODS SET and the seal of this has filed said certificate Parcel ID#:
29,2009, and file the FORTH IN SECTION COurt on May 28, 2009 for a Tax Deed to be is- 00-2S-22-4537-0000-
original with the clerk of 733.702 OF THE FLOR- sued thereon. The cer- 0350 Opening Bid:
this Court at the IDA PROBATE CODE Don W. Howard tificate number and $7,511.27
Okaloosa County WILL BE FOREVER Clerk of the Circuit year of issuance, the All of said property be-
Courthouse, 1250 N. BARRED. OCurt name in which the ing in the County of
Eglin Parkway, By: Viki Jackson property is assessed, Okaloosa, State of Flor-
Shalimar Florida NOTWITHSTANDING Deputy Clerk and the.description of ida.
32579, before service THE TIME PERIOD the property is as fol- Unless the certificate is
on Petitioner or imme- SET FORTH ABOVE, Florida Default Law lows: redeemed according to
diately thereafter. If ANY CLAIM FILED Group, RL. Certificate # 3198 of law, the property de-
you fail to do so, a de- TWO' (2) YEARS OR RO. Box 25018 2007 Assessed to: AT- scribed in the certifi-
fault may be entered MORE AFTER THE Tampa, Florida LANTIC INTERNA- cate will be sold to the
against you for the re- DECEDENT'S DATE OF 33622-5018 TIONAL COMPANY OF highest bidder in the
lief demanded in the DEATH IS BARRED. FLORIDA BCC Board Meeting
petition. IMPORTANT Description: LAKE- Room at the Okaloosa
The date of the first -In accordance with the WOOD EST L22 BL B County C&urthouse,
Copies of all court publication of this No- Americans with Disabil- Parcel ID#: Crestview, Florida. at .
documents In this tice is June 6, 2009. cities Act, persons with 09-2N-25-1460-000B- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
case, including disabilities needing 0220 Opening Bid: July 22, 2009.
orders, are available ATTORNEY FOR PER- special accommoda- $1,049.54
at the Clerk of the Cir- SONAL REPRESENTA- tion to participate in All of said property be- Dated this 1st day of
cult Court's office. TIVE: this proceeding should ing in the County of June, 2009.
You may review these DENNIS K. LARRY FL contact Court Adminis- Okaloosa, State of Flor- DON W. HOWARD
documents upon re- Bar# 200549 tration at 101 James Ida. CLERK OF THE CIR-
quest. CLARK, PARTINGTON, Lee Boulevard East, Unless the certificate is CUIT COURTS
HART, LARRY, BOND Crestview, FL, redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
You must keep the & STACKHOUSE 32536-3515; telephone law, the property de- uty Clerk
Clerk of the Circuit Suite 800, 125 West number (850) scribed in the certifi-
Courts office hotified Romana Street 689-5000, Extension cate will be sold to the 06/06/09
of your current ad- Post Office Drawer 7497, prior to the pro- highest bidder in the 06/13/09
dress.. (You may file 13010 ceeding. or Shalimar BCC Board Meeting 06/20/09
Notice of Current Pensacola Florida (850) 651-7497 Room at the Okaloosa 06/27/09
Address, Florida Su- 32591-3010 County' Courthouse,,_______
preme' Court Ap- T a I e p h o n e : IMPORTANT Crestview, Florida at
proved Family Law 850-434-9200 In accordance with the 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Legal # 100630
Form 12.915) Future Americans with Disabil- .July 22, 2009.
papers In this lawsuit PERSONAL REPRE- cities Act, persons with NOTICE OF APPLICA-
will be mailed to the SENTATIVE: disabilities needing Dated this 1st day of TION FOR TAX DEED
address of record at MITCHELLT. BEITH special accommoda-
the clerk's office. 177 Grand Flora Way tion to participate in
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Law Rules of Proce- 06/06/09 Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
dure, requires certain 06/13/09 32579;telephone num- '. I '
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Deputy Clerk SION TDA Case #: 2009 TD Lawn Maintenance
05/23/09 CHASE HOME Fl- 000091 C P Landscaping, Ir-
05/30/09 NANCE LLC, Notice is hereby given rigation, Palm Tree
06/06/09 Pliantiff, that Plymouth Park Tax Crestview PC Repair installation Sod, Dirt
06/13/09 Services, as holder of We do all types of com- vices, Trenching &
vs. the following certificate, puter repair & service. Debris Hauling.
has filed said certificate Free estimates Call Free Estimates.
Legal # 100625 BARBARA A. WEBB, et for a Tax Deed to be is- 850-826-1384atesFree Estimates
al, sued thereon. The car- Call 865-3266 or
IN THE CIRCUIT Defendant(s). tificate number and 682-7316 Lic, In-
COURT OF THE year of issuance, the sured, Owner Brad
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- NOTICE OF FORE- name in which theeL Overly
CUIT, IN AND FOR CLOSURE SALE property is assessed ______
OKALOOSA COUNTY, and the description of
FLORIDA PROBATE NOTICE IS HEREBY the property is as fol- '
DIVISION CASE NUM- GIVEN pOrsuant.to a Fi- lows: Exp. Caregiver
BER 2009-CP-566 nal Judgment of Mort- Flexible Hours
gage -Foreclosure Certificate # 518 of Crestview. Area
IN RE : ESTATE OF dated May 26, 2009 2007 Assessed to: Refs Avail. 758-6681 Carl Teston Painting
XELLAINE D. BETH, and entered in Case BRANDON A KING Quality is affordable
Deceased. N o Description: ISLAND (low price guaranteed)
46-2008-CA-006085 of HOME CONDO UNIT Free estimates Lic/Ins
the Circuit Court of the 103 850-305-0109
FIRST Judicial Circuit Parcel ID#:
Do Something in and for OKALOOSA 00-2S-24-1400-0000-
Good For County, Florida 1030 Opening Bid:
wherein CHASE HOME $7,475.75 Harold Gaines
Tomorrow FINANCE LLC, is the All of said property be- Repairs, Remodeling,
Plaintiff and BARBARA ing in the County of Additions, Concrete/ Fox Trot Tree Service
RE CYCLIrE A. WEBB; CLAURE'S Okaloosa, State of Flor- Parking Lot Work, No job to large or
VINEYARD OWNERS' ida. Carpentry and Roofing. small, Free Estimates.
TODAY! ASSOCIATION, INC.; Unless the certificate is Lic. #RG 0005399. LIC/INS. Call Paul
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scribed in the certifi-
TDA Case #: 2009 TD cate will be sold to the
000092 S highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Notice is 'hereby given Room at the Okaloosa
that Plymouth Park Tax County Courthouse,
Services, as holder of Crestview, Florida at
the following certificate 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
has filed said certificate July 22, 2009.
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer- Dated this 1st day of
tificate number and June, 2009.
year of issuance, the DON W. HOWARD
name in which the CLERK OF THE CIR-
property is assessed CUIT COURTS
and the description of By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
the property is as fol- uty Clerk
lows:
Certificate # 1311 of 06/06/09
2007 Assessed to: 06/13/09
ELIZABETH A BORN 06/20/09
Description: PINE 06/27/09
CREST HILLS S/D BL Lgl106
CL10 Legal#100632
Parcel ID#:
08-1S-22-2020-000C- NOTICE OF APPLICA-
0100 Opening Bid: TION FOR TAX DEED
$3,933.20
All of said property be- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
ing in the County of 000087S
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida. Notice-is hereby given
Unless the certificate is that Plymouth Park Tax
redeemed according to Services, as holder of
law, the property de- the following certificate,
scribed in the certifi- has filed said certificate
cate will be sold to the for a Tax Deed to be is-
highest bidder in the sued thereon. The cer-
BCC Board Meeting tificate number and
Room at the Okaloosa year of issuance, the
County Courthouse, name in which the
Crestview, Florida at property is assessed
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, and the description of
July 22, 2009. the property is as fol-
lows:
Dated this 1st day of Certificate # 1975 of
June, 2009. 2007 Assessed to:
DON W. HOWARD PAUL VINCENT
CLERK OF THE CIR- BUSCARELLO
CUlT COURTS Description: SANTASIA
By: Lisa L Guia, Dep- PARK BL C L5 LIFE ES-
uty Clerk TATE
Parcel ID#:
06/06/09 15-2S-24-219A-OOOC-
06/13/09 0050 Opening Bid:
06/20/09 $27,750.98
06/27/09 All of said property be,
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
Legal # 100631 law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
NOTICE OF APPLICA- cate will be sold to the
TION FOR TAX DEED highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Room at the Okaloosa
000098 C County Courthouse,
0 9 C- Crestview, Florida at
Notice is hereby given 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
that Plymouth Park Tax July 22, 2009.
Services, as holder of
the following certificate, Dated this 1st day of
has filed said (certificate June, 2009.A
for a Tax Deed to be is- DON W. HOWARD
sued thereon. The cer- CLERK OF THE ClR.
tificate number and CUlT COURTS
year of issuance, the By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
name in .which the uty Clerk
property is assessed
and the description of 06/06/09
the property is as fol- 06/13/09
lows: 06/20/09
Certificate # 2163 of 06/27/09
2007 Assessed to:
JERRYVBRIGANTE Legal # 100633
Description: COM S/W Legal # 100633
COR OF THE N1/2 OF NOTICE OF APPLICA-
SEC 49 DEG E 2990 FT TION FOR TAX DEED
TO POB N2 DEG FOR TAX DEED
E323.97 FT TO TDA Case #: 2009 TD
S/LN/ELY ALNG S/L 000099 C
162.6 FT S6 DEG
W352.45 FT TO B/W Notice is hereby given
S/W/YALNG R/W 130 that Plymouth Park Tax
FT TO POB PARCEL Services, as holder of
P47 a the following certificate,
Parcel ID#: has filed said certificate
16-3N-220000-0002- for a Tax Deed to be is-
0020 Opening Bid: sued thereon. The cer-
$27,644.13 tificate number and
All of said property. be- year of issuance, the
ing in the County of name in which the
Okaloosa, State of Flor property is assessed
da. and the description of
Unless the certificate is the property is as fol-
redeemed according to lows:
law, the property de-


Certificate # 2642 of 000081 S COR E150 FT SLY TDA Case #: 2009 TD
2007 Assessed to: Dated this 1st day of ALGCURVE 167.9 FT 000089 S
DOYLE W ELLEDGE Notice is hereby given June, 2009. THC ALGCURVE
Description: MORRIS that Plymouth Park Tax DON W. HOWARD 164.33 FT S22 Notice is hereby given
ADD TO CRESTVIEW Services, as holder of CLERK OF THE CIR- DEGW592.91 FT N59 that Plymouth Park Tax
L3 & N50 FT OF L4 BL the following certificate, CUIT COURTS DEG W33.27 FT Services, as holder of
19 has filed said certificate By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- N765.07 FT TO BEG the following certificate,
Parcel ID#: for a Tax Deed to be is- uty Clerk Parcel ID#: has filed said-certificate
21-3N-23-1670-0019- sued thereon. The cer- 18-3N-22-0000-0006- for a Tax Deed to be is-
0030 Opening Bid: tificate number and 06/06/09 0050 Opening Bid: sued thereon. The cer-
$3,090.23 year of issuance, the 06/13/09 $2,811.76 tificate number and
All of said property be- name in which the 06/20/09 All of said property be- year of issuance, the
ing in the County of property is assessed 06/27/09 ing in the County of name in which the
Okaloosa, State of Flor- and the description of Okaloosa, State of Flor- property is assessed
ida. the property is as fol- Legal # 100637 ida. and the description of
Unless the certificate is lows: n.Unless the certificate is the property is as fol-
redeemed according to Certificate # 3430 of NOTICE OF APPLICA- redeemed according to lows:
law, the property de- 2007 Assessed to: TION FOR TAX DEED law, the property de- Certificate # 468 of
scribed in the certifi- CLARENCE A GIVENS scribed in the certifi- 2007 Assessed to:
cate will be sold to the Description: PIRATES TDA Case #: 2009 TD cate will be sold to the WEBB & Ass REY M
highest bidder in the BAY PH I UNIT A303 000090 C highest bidder in the PIERCE
BCC Board Meeting Parcel ID#: ... BCC Board Meeting Description: SOUTH
Room at the Okaloosa 23-2S-24-401A-0000- Notice is hereby given Room at the Okaloosa BAY BY THE GULF
County Courthouse, A303 Opening Bid: that Plymouth Park Tax County Courthouse, UNIT J-2 986-297
Crestview, Florida at $2,584.40 Services, as holder of Crestview, Florida at Parcel ID#:
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, All of said property be- the following certificate, 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, 00-2S-22-4200-00J2-
July 22, 2009. ing in the County of has filed said certificate July 22, 2009. 0000 Opening Bid:
Okaloosa, State of Flor- for a Tax Deed to be is- $14,169.56
Dated this 1st day of ida. sued thereon. The cer- Dated this 1st day of All of said property be-
June 2009. Unless thb certificate is tificate number and June, 2009. ing in the County of
DON W. HOWARD redeemed according to year of issuance, the DON W. HOWARD Okaloosa, State of Flor-
CLERK OF THE CIR- law, the property de- name in which the CLERK OF THE CIR- ida.
CUIT COURTS scribed in the certifi- property is assessed CUIT COURTS Unless the certificate is
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- cate will be sold to the and the description of By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- redeemed according to
uty Clerk highest bidder in the the property is as fol- uty Clerk law, the property de-
BCC Board Meeting lows:. scribed in the certifi-
06/06/09 Room at the Okaloosa Certificate # 3279 of 06/06/09 cate.will be sold to the
06/13/09 County Courthouse, 2007 Assessed to: 06/13/09 highest bidder in the
06/20/09 Crestview, Florida at SHIRLEY & EVELYN 06/20/09 BCC Board Meeting
06/27/09 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, YOW & LANETTE 06/27/09 Room at the Okaloosa
Legal # 100634- July 22, 2009. WHITE County Courthouse,
Legal # 100634. Description: COM AT Legal # 100639 Coustew, Curt ous
Dated this 1st day of INTERSEC OF N R/W:00a.onTuesday,
NOTICE OF APPLICA- June, 2009. OF RR & W SEC LINE NOTICE OF APPLICA- 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
TION FOR TAX DEED DONW. HOWARD N194 FT TO POB N TION FOR TAX DEED July22,2009.
CLERK OF THE CIR" 201 FT E 550 FT N 66 Dated this 1st day of
TDA Case #: 2009 TD CUITRCOURTS DEG W 585 FT TO TDACase #: 2009 TD DJune, 9 1st day of
000085 S By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep'- PO 000086 S DON W. HOWARD
uty Clerk Parcel ID#: CLERK OF THE CIR-
Notice is hereby given 34-3N-25-0000-0017- Notice is hereby given C UR F TU CIR-
that Plymouth Park Tax 06/06/09 0000 Opening Bid: that Plymouth Park Tax B: isa L. GuiRT p
Services, as holder of 06/13/09 $30,619.44 Services, as holder of By: Lisa L Gua, Dep-
the following certificate, 06/20/09 All of said property be- the following certificate, uty Clerk
has filed said certificate 06/27/09 ing in the County of has filed said certificate 06/06/09 -
for a Tax Deed to be is- Okaloosa, State of Flor- for a Tax Deed to be is- 09
sued thereon. The cer- _______ida. sued thereon. The cer- 06/13/09
tificate number and Unless the certificate is tificate number and 06/207/09
year of issuance, the Legal #100636 redeemed according to year of issuance, he 0/
name in which the LICA- law, the property de- name in which the
property is assessed NOTICE OFAPPLICA- scribed in the certifi- property is assessed
and the description of TION FOR TAX DEED cate will be sold to the and the description of Legal # 100641
the property is as fol- highest bidder in, the the property is as fol-
lows: TDA Case #: 2009 TD BCC Board Meeting lows: NOTICE OF APPLICA-
Certificate # 501 of 000093 C Room at the Okaloosa Certificate # 1593 of TION FOR TAX DEED
2007 Assessed to: .' County Courthouse, 2007 Assessed to:
ROBERT GAWRYS Notice is hereby given Crestview, Florida at DANA L & DAVID E TDA Case #: 2009 .TD
Description: HARBOR that Plymouth Park Tax 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, LYNCH 000082 S
HOUSE OF DESTIN Services, as holder of July22, 2009. Description: SUNSET
UNIT 3 the following certificate, STRIP S/D BL 3 L3 Notice is hereby given
Parcel ID#: has filed said certificate Dated this 1st day of 864/421 that Plymouth Park Tax
00-2S-22-505A-0000- for a Tax Deed to be is- June, 2009. s d Parcel ID#: Services, as holder of
0030 Opening Bid: sued thereon. The cer- DON W. HOWARD 10-2S-24-2410-0003- the following certificate,
$17,957.21 tificate number and CLERK OF THE CIR- 0030 Opening Bid: has filed said certificate
All of said property be- year of issuance, the CUlT COURTS $11,577.35 for a Tax Deed to be is-
ing in the County of name in which the By: Lisa L. Gula, Dep- All of said property be- sued thereon. The cer-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- property is assessed uty Clerk ing in the County of tificate number and
ida. and the description-of Okaloosa, State of Flor- year of issuance, the
Unless the certificate is the property is as fol- 06/06/09 ida. name in which the
redeemed according to lows: 06/13/09 Unless the certificate is property is assessed
law, the property de- Certificate. # 953 of 06/20/09 redeemed according to and the description of
scribed in the certifi- 2007 Assessec to: 06/27/09 law, the property de- the property is as fol-
cate will be sold to the TIMOTHY E & NADINE scribed in the certifi- lows:
highest bidder in the D KEEN cate will be sold to the Certificate # 824 of
BCC Board Meeting Description: BEG CEN- Legal # 100638 highest bidder in the 2007 Assessed to:
Room at the Okaloosa TER OF NW1/4 BCC Board Meeting MELISSA & MARTIN
County Courthouse N438.85 FT W408.61 NOTICEOF APPLICA- Room at the Okaloosa RODRIGUEZ
Crestview, Florida at FT TO BEG W175 FT TION FOR TAX DEED Couinty Courthouse, Description: 2ND ADD
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday N248.91 FT E175 FT Crestview, Florida at GARNIER BEACH
July22, 2009. S248.91 FT TO BEG TDA Case #: 2009 TD 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, BLOCK 2 LOT 8B
LOT 86 1118/427 000084 C July 22, 2009. Parcel ID#:
Dated this 1st day of Parcel ID#: 02-2S-24-1002-0002-
June 2009. 03-3N-23-0000-0007- Notice is hereby given Dated this 1st day of 0080 Opening Bid:
DON W. HOWARD 0640 Opening Bid: that Plymouth Park Tax June, 2009. $5,701.24 -
CLERK OF THE CIR- $90,294.67 Services, as holder of DON W. HOWARD All of said property be-
CUIT COURTS All of said property be- 'the following certificate, CLERK OF THE CIR- ing in the County of
By: Usa L. Guia, Dep- ing in. the County of has filed said certificate CUIT COURTS Okaloosa, State of Flor-
uty Clerk Okaloosa, State of Flor- for a Tax Deed to be is- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- ida.
ida. sued thereon. The cer- uty Clerk Unless the certificate is
06/06/09 Unless the certificate is tificate number and redeemed according to
06/13/09 redeemed according to year of issuance, the 06/06/09 law, the property de-
06/20/09- law, the property de- name .in which the 06/13/09 scribed in the certifi-
06/27/09 scribed in the certifi- property is' assessed 06/20/09 cate will be sold to the
__cate will be sold to the and the description of 06/27/09 highest bidder in the
highest bidder in the the property is as fol- BCC Board Meeting
Legal # 100635 BCC Board Meeting lows: m at th Okaoa
Room at the Okaloosa Certificate # 2427 of Legal # 100640 Roomat the Okhoosa
NOTICE OF APPLICA- County Courthouse, 2007 Assessed to: County Courthouse,
TION FOR TAX DEED Crestview, Florida at VICTOR R & SHEILA S NOTICE OF APPLICA- Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, LUNDY TION FOR TAX DEED 10:00 am. onTuesday,
TDA Case. #: 2009 TD July 22, 2009. 0 Descriltion: BEG' NW July 22, 2009.


All of said property be-
Dated this 1st day of ing in the County of
June, 2009. Okaloosa, State of Flor-
DON W. HOWARD ida.
CLERK OF THE CIR- Unless the certificate is
CUlT COURTS redeemed according to
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- law, the property de-
uty Clerk scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
06/06/09 highest bidder in the
06/13/09 BCC Board Meeting
06/20/09 Room at the Okaloosa
06/27/09 County Courtlrouse,
Legal # 100642 Crestview, Florida at
Legal # 100642 10:00a.m. on Tuesday,
NOTICE OF APPLICA- July 22, 2009.
TION FOR TAX DEED Dated this 1st day of
TDA Case #: 2009 TD DJune, 2009.WARD
000083S CLERK OF THE CIR-
Notice is hereby given CUlT COURTS
that Plymouth Park Tax uty Cle Gula, Depr
Services, as holder of utyClerk
the following certificate, 06/06/09
has filed said certificate 06/13/09
for a Tax Deed to be is- 06/13/09
sued thereon. The cer- 06/20/09
tificate number and 06/27/09
year of issuance, theLegal100644
name in which the Legal# 100644
property is assessed NOTICE OF APPLICA-
and the description of N C A
the property is as fol- TION FOR TAX DEED
lows:
Certificate # 1859 of TDA Case #: 2009 TD
2007 Assessed to: 000094 S
ROBERT L SCARFPIN Notice is hereby given
Description: MUNICI- that Plymouth Park Tax
PAL S/D BL A L4 Services, as holder of
1107/1642 the following certificate,
Parcel ID#: has filed said certificate.
14-2S-24-1680-000A- for a Tax Deed tobe is-
0040 Opening Bid: sued thereon. The cer-
$7,143.88 tificate number and
All of said property be- year of issuance, the
ng in the County of name n which the
Okaloosa, State of Flor- property is assessed
ida. and the description of
Unless the certificate is the property is as fol-


highest*bidder in the CORP
redeemed at theOkoordingsa TERECo OF S LINE OF
lawCounty Couerthous de NE1/4 & W R/W HWYO


Crestview, Florida t 189 N12 DEG E441 FT
10:00 am. on edayW12 FT TOGPOBW139
July 22, 2009. S77 DEG E136 FT S12

Dated this 1st day of DEG W184 FT TO POB


CUlT COURTS 001E Opening Bid:
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- $30 229 15
f iuty Clerk All of said property be-
06/06/09Room at the Okal Okalosa, State of Flor-
ida.
06/13/09 Unless the certificate is
06/20/estvew,09 redeemed according to
06/27/09 law, the property de-
scriDatedbed intheth cerifi-
Legal # 100643 cate will be sold to the
hi ghest bidder in the
NOTICE OF APPLICA- BCC Board Meeting
TION FOR TAX DEED Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
TDA Case #: 2009 TD Crestview, Florida at
RK TH000088 SIR 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
By: a L. Guia, Dep-July 22, 2009.
that PlymouerkthPark Tax Dated this 1st day of
06/06/09Services, as holder of June, State of Flor-09





t06he following c certificate DON W. HOWARD
has filed said certificate CLERK OF THE CIR-
for a Tax Deed to be is- CUITLCOURTS
sued thereon.bThe cer- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
Legale number 100643 cate will be sold t the
year o issuanbiddrce, then the
TIOname in which the 06/06/09Room t the Okaloosa




Coupropertynt is assessed 06/13/09
and tServiche description of 06/20/09
the following certy is as fol- 06/27/09
lows:
Certificate C# 614 of
2007 Assessed to: Legal # 100645
GARY W SIMS
Descr a tion SANTA NOTICE OF APPLICA-
ROSA ISLAND BL 6 TION FOR TAX DEED
Passed thereon.l ID# TDA Case #: 2009a L. Guia, TD
00-2S-24-2185-0006- 000097 S
$14,267.90 Notice is hereby given


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that Plymouth Park Tax DECEDENT'S DATE OF Lee Boulev
Services, as holder of DEATH IS BARRED. Crestview,
the following certificate, The date of first publi- 32536-3515;
has filed said certificate cation of this notice is number
for a Tax Deed to be is- May 30, 2009. 689-5000,
sued thereon. The cer- 7497, prior
tificate number and Attorney for Personal ceeding. or
year of issuance, the Representative: (850) 651-74:
name in which the Tracy 0. Strom Attor-
property is assessed ney for Krystina A. IMPORTANT
and the description of Baldwin Florida Bar No. In accordani
the property is as fol- 0907420 204 Buck Americans
lows: Drive NE Fort Walton abilities Act
Certificate # 3098 of Beach, Florida 32548 with disabil
2007 Assessed to: T e I e p h o n e : ing special
HELEN WILDERMUTH (850)243-5451 Fax: nation to pa
Description: WOOD- (850)244-9554 this proceed
LAND SHORES E1/2 contact Cou
OF LOTS 9 & 10 & E1/2 Personal Representa- tration at 12
OF S1/2 OF LOT 8 BLK tive: Parkway, Sh
N Krystina A. Baldwin 32579; telep
Parcel ID#: 6075 Autumn Hills ber (850)
31-1S-23-2700-00ON- Drive Fort Worth, Texas* prior to the p
0100 Opening Bid: 76140
$88,040.79 6/6/2009
All of said property be- 5/30/2009 6/13/2009
ing in the County of 6/6/2009
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is LEGAL#120231
redeemed according to
law, the property de- IN THE CIRCUIT
scribed in the certifi- COURT OF THE LEGAL#120
cate will be sold to the FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- LEGAL#120
highest bidder in the CunT- IN THE(C
BBCC Board Meeting IN AND FOR COURTOF
Room at the Okaloosa OKALOOSA COUNTY, COUDICRAL
County Courthouse FLORIDA JUDICINAN
Crestview, Florida at CIVIL ACTION CASE OKALOOSA
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, NO.;46-2008-CA FLOF
July 22, 2009. 005545 DIVISION: CIVIL ACTI
FILE:F08085650 NO.46-2
Dated this 1st day of 0NO.462
June, 2009. 005642
DON W. HOWARD U.S. BANK NATIONAL NO:F08i
CLERK OF THE CIR- ASSOCIATION, AS HSBC BANK
CUIT COURTS TRUSTEE FOR J.P TIONAL
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- MORGAN MORTGAGE TION AS
uty Clerk ACQUISITION TRUST UNDER THE
06/06/092006-CH2 (JPMACC UNDE THE
06/06/09 2006-CH2), AOREEMEN
06/20/09 Plaintf, AS OF FEE
06/27/09 2005,
06/27/09 S HOME LO/
Legal.# 100646 20 05-A,
Plaintiff,
NOTICE OF APPLICA- EDWARD T. MCDOUG-
TION FOR TAX DEED ALD, et al, .
SDefendant(s). v
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000096 C NOTICE OF FORECLO-. JAMES F F
SURE SALE JAMES F P
Notice is hereby 'given "ALE Defenda
that Plymouth Park Tax NOTICE IS HEREBY Def'ende.
Services, as holder of GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- NOTICE OF
the following certificate, nal Judgment of Mort- SURE SALE
has filed said certificate gage Foreclosure
for a Tax Deed to be is- dated May 26, 2009 NOTIE E IS
sued thereon. The cer- and entered in Case NIVENnIr.ET
tificate number and N- o l 'ma
year of issuance, the 46-2008-CA-005545 of naJe I
name in which the the Circuit Court of the taed MaF
property is assessed FIRST Judicial Circuit nenerMay
and the description of in and for OKALOOSA 'and entered
the property is as fol- County, Florida N 0e r8 A
lows: wherein U.S. BANK NA- 4; circuit CA
Certificate # 3130 of TIONAL ASSOCIA- FI C rc itc
2007 Assessed to: TION, AS TRUSTEE i"-and 'for;
CRYSTAL N WILEY, FOR J.R MORGAN i an for
DAVONTE K WILEY, MORTGAGE ACQUISI- hount. y,
LAPORSHA ML WILEY TION TRUST 2006-CH2 rn HT
& DARRYL K WILEY (JPMACC 2006-CH2), USA, NATION
Description: BEG ON is the Plaintiff and ED- SOCIATION,m
W SIDE CO RD AT IN- WARD T. MCDOUG- ,POOLING 'A
TERSEC WITH HWY 62 ALD; JENNIFER MC- ICINGr A
N, 86 -FT ALG R/W DOUGALD; are the DATED AS I
W125 FT S64 ,FT TO Defendants, I will sell to ARY 1 "
HWY E125 FT TO BEG the highest and best M RNT H, '
DB 95/195 bidder for cash at 'UST 200
Parce) ID#: CRESTVIEW: SOUTH TlUnSt 200.
31-4N-24-0000-0010- FRONT DOOR OF THE PlaintIf and
0000 Opening Bid: OKALOOSA COUNTY PHELAN; M
$3,006.00 COURTHOUSE at ELTCTRONI
All of said property be- 11:00AM, on the 26 day INCORPOR/
ing in the County of of June, 2009, the fol- NOMINEE F
Okaloosa, State of Flor- lowing described prop- NMORTGAGE
ida. t erty as set forth in said M'ITED "A
Unless the certificate is Final Judgment: UNITED S,
redeemed according to COMMENCE AT A AMERICA;
law, the property de- CONCRETE MONU- fenhants, I
scribed in the certifi- MENT MARKING THE the highest
cate will be sold to the SOUTHWEST COR- bidder for
highest bidder in the NER OF CRFESTVIE
BCC Board Meeting SECTION 17, TOWN FRONT DKALOOSA
Room at the Okaloosa SHIP 3 NORTH, COURTHOUSE
County Courthouse, RANGE 22 WEST, COURTHOn
Crestview, Florida at OKALOOSA COUNTY, 11:00AM, on
To:o0.,m. on Tuesday, FLORIDA; of June, 20
July 22, 2009. THENCE NORTH 01 lowing descs
DEGREES 00 MIN- erty as set
Dated this 1st day of UTES 58 SECONDS Final Judgm
June,:2009. WEST FOR A DIS- .
DON W. HOWARD TANCE- OF 222.31 COMMENTC
CLERK OF THE CIR- FEET TO A '/2 INCH NORTHEAST
CUIT COURTS IRON ROD (NO CAP); QUARTER C
By: Usa'L. Guia, Dep- THENCE NORTH 89 EASRTER U
uty Clerk DEGREES 57 MIN- NORTHWEST
UTES 42 SECONDS TER OF SE
0601 EASTT FOR A DIS- EW.,QI
06/06/09 TANCE OF 609.54 OWNSHIPr,
06/13/099 FEET .TO AN IRON RNGIE S
06/20/09 ROD #2495; THENCE OKALOOSA
06/27/09 NORTH 00 DEGREES FLORIDTH A;
21 MINUTES-03 SEC- 49 MINUTE'
LEGAL#120224 ONDS EAST FOR. A BONDS WES
DISTANCE OF 366.00 STANCE OF
IN THE CIRCUIT FEET TO A 1/2 INCH TO A POIN
COURT FOR IRON ROD #2495 FOR WEST RIG
OKALOOSA COUNTY, A POINT OF .BEGNN- LINE OF I
FLORIDA PROBATE 89 DEGREENCES 57 MINTHROAD AND
DIVISION FILE NO. UTES 42 SECONDS 57 MIN- OF B
09-CP-269 TEST FOR A DIS THENCE
WEST FOR A DIS- NORTH 89
IN RE: ESTATE OF STANCE OF 300.00 49 MINUTE
VENECIA ANN FEET TO A /2 INCH ONDS WE;
HORTONM. ....IRON ROD #2495; F
HDecsNd. THENCE NORTH ,00 OUTH 00
Deceased. DEGREES 21 MIN-M SOUTH 00
"b 21 E 3 S MIN-O'' .,29 MINUTEl
NOTICE TO CREDI- UTES 10 SECONDS BONDS WE
TORS EAST FOR' A UDISl- FEET;
TANCE OF. 149.99 SOUTH 89
Tihe ancillary adminis- ET TO A 1/2 INCH 49 MINUTE!
tration of the estate of TI C NROD #2495; ONDS EA
Venecia Ann Horton, .THENCE NORTH 89 FEET TC
deceased, whose date UTES 32 SECONDS RIGHT-OF-W
of death was June 14, EAST FOR A NDi OF HILLCRE
2007, is pending in the TANCE OF 300.00 THENCE I
Circuit Court for FEET TO A 1 INCH DEGREES
Okaloosa County, Flor- IRON ROD #2495' UTES 46
ida, Probate Division, THENICE SOUTH 0 EAST 75.00
the address of which is DEGREES 21 MIIN THE POINT
t101 James Lee Blvd. UTES 03 SECONDS NING
East, Crestview, FL WEST FOR A DIS 532
32536. The names and TANCE OF 150.00 ROK/A 532
addresses of the per- E-ET TO AN IRON ROAD3'2Cre
sonal representative ROD #249." ALSn 32539
and the personal KNOWN AS LOT 14,
representative's attor- wiMnNDNG AN UNRE-' Any person
ney are set forth .below. COR"DED.! SUBDIVI interest in t
All creditors of the de- S1OND SUBDIV- from the s,
cedent 'and other per- *' other than tl
sons having claims or N/K/A 5208 BROOK owner as of
demands against WOOD LANE, CREST-OOK the Lies Pen
decedent's estate on VIEW, FL 32539 file a claim
whom a copy of this (60) days afti
notice is required to be Any person claiming an WITNESS I
served must file their interest in the surplus and the se
claims with this court fromh sale, if an rtonMa
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER other than the property Don W. How;
TE TIMEN OFTE owner as of the date of e of
THE TIME OF THE the Lis Pendens must ek of t
SO file a claim within sixtyCurt
OF THIS NOT h C R (60) days after the sale.JacksoO J
30 DAYS AFTER THE .uyCrrBy:Vicieasc
DATE OF SERVICE OF WITNESS MY HAND Deputy Clerk
A COPY OF THIS NO- and the seal of this Florida De
T All OtherNcreditorsof Court on May 28, 2009. G, PL.
the decedent and other Don W. Howard RO. Box 250'
persons having claims Clerk of the Circuit Tampa,
or demands against Court'. 33622-5018
decedent's estate, must
file their claims with this yVickie Jackson IMPORTANT
court WITHIN 3 Dyepcute Ckson In accordani
MONTHS .AFTER THE Deputy Clerk Americans
PUBLICDATE OF THE FIRST Florida Default Law with isabili


THIS NOTICE. n Box 251 ,
ALL CLAIMS NOT Tampa, Floridadaation to pa
FILED WITHIN THE Ta6mpa this proceed
TIME PERIODS SET 33622-5018 contact Cou
FORTH IN SECTION IMPORTANT tration at 1
733.702 OF THE FLOR- In accordance with the Lee Boulev
IDA PROBATE CODE Americans with Disa Crestview,
WILL BE FOREVER abilities Act, persons 32536-3515;
BARRED. wit disabit number
NOTWITHST with disabilities need- 689-5000,
NOTWITHSTANDING ing special accommo- 7497, prior
THE TIME PERIODS nation to participate 7497, prior
SET FORTH ABOVE, this proceeding should ceeding.01
O (2ANY CLAIM FARSILEDR contact Court Adminis- (850) 651-74
MORE AFTER THE traction at 101 James IMPORTANT


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'HELAN, et
nt(s).
FORECLO-

SHEREBY
uant to a Fi-
nt of Mort-
Foreclosure
26,, 2009
d in Case
0005642 of
6ourt of the
cial Circuit
OKALOOSA
Florida
iBC BANK
ONAL AS-
AS TRUS-
DER THE
AND SERV-
GREEMENT
OF FEBRU-
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JAMES F.
MORTGAGE
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SYSTEMS
ATED AS'
OR GMAC
E, LLC;
STATES OF
are the De-
will sell to
and best
cash at
': SOUTH
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COUNTY
USE at
the 26 day
09, the fol-
ribed prop-
orth in said
ent:
E AT THE
r CORNER
)UTHWEST
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ARTER OF
ST QUAR-
=CTION 15,
3 NORTH,
3 WEST,
COUNTY,
THENCE
,DEGREES
3 19 SEC-
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stview, FL

claiming an
the surplus
ale, if any,
he property
the date of
ndens must
within sixty
er the sale.
MY HAND
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ard
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ce with the
with Disa-
, persons
ties need-
accommo-
articipate in
ling should
rt Adminis-
01 James
vard East,
FL,
telephone
(850)
Extension
to the pro-
r Shalimar
97


June 5, 1985-October
14,2008
You made the ultimate
sacrifice so that we
may all live live free.
We proudly call you
our American Hero.,
You will forever be
missed and always re-,
main in our hearts. We
love you. Rest in
peace, may we see you
again!


1160"
Black and gray male
tabby cat. Name is
Tsuki. Missing since
05/19 from N Crestview
area .Call
850-306-1388







PETS ANIMALS
2100- Pots
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home-
2120 Pet Supplies
2130- Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 Pet Memorials



2 Chihuahua-
puppies,CKC reg.
$500. call 306-1137


HEW 104AY
2 yr.. old male
Chihuahua has all
shots, vet checked for
$200. Small male
Yorkie puppy for $300.
Call 537-9539







MERCHANDISE
3100 Antiques
3110- Appliances
3120- Arts & Crafts
3130 Auctions
3140 Baby Items
3150 Building Supplies
3160 Business
S Equipment
3170 Collectibles
3180- Computers
3190 Electronics
3200 Firewood,
3220 Furniture
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
3240 Guns
3250 Good Things to Eat
3260 Health & Fitness
3270 Jewelry/Clothing
3280 Machinery/
Equipment
3290 Medical Equipment
3300 Miscellaneous
3310 Musical Instruments
3320 Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 Restaurant/Hotel
3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)



Leather Sofa/loveseat
New, still in box. Retail
$1899 only $699 Can
separate. 850 471-0330
All new Pillowtop Mat-
tress Queen/box spring
Fact. Warr. $169 Can
deliver. 850-471-0330.

HELP!!
TOO MUCH
FURNITURE!!












Aruba Model
"Click" Futon
this super cool con-
vertible couch, clicks'
into place. Carl con-
vert to a double
chaise lounge or a
bed (17"x78"x48") or
a couch (35"x78"x36")
8 different settings!
Great modern design
with neutral oyster
colored stain resist-
ant microfiber fabric
removable cover.
Great for smaller
spaces. This is a
stock picture with the
ad cbut the couch
looks exactly the
same because it's in
*excellent condition.
Lists for $600,
REDUCED TO:
$225.
+' Coordinating Sage
green pillows & throw
will complete the set,
$25. In FWB, call
SOL D!!!!


vard East,
FL,
telephone
(850)
Extension
to the pro-
r Shalimar
97

ce with the
with Disa-
, persons
cities need-
accommo-
articipate in
ling should
rt Adminis-
50 N. Eglin
halimar, FL,.
phone num-
651-7497,
roceeding.


S PEOPLES-
'? AE^ "HOME ffITH

243 Bracewell June 12
& 13 9:00 to 6:00 2 *'Home Health Aide:
blocks behind White- CNA Required. Par
hurst Funeral HomeFi- Time or PRN to work ir
hurst Funeral Home. Okaloosa and Waltor
nal closeout, jewelry to County Home Health
junk. House to be sold. Experience preferred.
Everything must go.
Prices slashed. + speech Therapist
305-6375 Part Time or PRN tc


NHW nl0AY


Walton County. Home
Health Experience pre-
ferred.


Occupational Ther-
Crestview apist: Part Time or
Multi Family PRN to work in
Yard Sale Okaloosa and Walton
County. Home Health
Experience preferred.
4844 Kensington Lane To apply go to our
Sat. 7-? Follow John website:
King almost to the end. peopleshomehealth.com
You'll see the signs or fax your resume to
Raising money for 850-430-1311. To
camp Lots of stuff, Plus schedule an interview
sizes, Kids clothes, call 850-430-1183
home decor. (Equal .Opportunity Em-
ployer)
NEED A JOB!!
Exciting New Business
S ,3270 in Okaloosa County
looking for highly moti-
Ivated people that like
-- to have fun and make
I ms/T "/f ,above -average income!
J w r"r There is a sign on bo-
M'ns wh'te gold nus of $1000 and large
an with princess weekly bonuses of
ctd ri orns $% $200 and $3501 Base
W mens whte gold pay of $425 a week.
dimon d bn d ol $ Apply at 397 Walden
Brand band $11 St Crestview in per-
Brand new, neve son. 850-306-2269 or
worn, still in original 850-305-1704
boxes. 301-751-8000 850305-1704
FWB. Other

Mystery
e Shoppers
.... Earn up to $100/ day.
- 0-- Undercover shoppers
needed to judge retail
V .. and dining estab. No.
nilW flrlgA exp req 1-877-358-6239
ll JUE, I Web ID #27859448

2009 Troye Bilt riding Person to "Live In" to
lawn mower 42" cut care for senior handi-
171/2 h.p. $1000. OBO capped man full. re-
John Deere riding lawn sponsibility for night &
mower 42" cut 17 h.p. day activity. No smok-
$800. OBO Call ing, alcohol or drug'
537-9539 use! Ref. req. Start
_____________ 6-11-09 Call for info
682-2989'from 6 to 8
E pm.

| 33310 Sales
Fender Squire Help Wanted!
icGuir Could you use $500 to
Electric Guitar $1000 extra income per
Fender hard case .& month? Please call
Fender 12" dual chan- Sandy 1-800-859-1522
nel amp with remote
foot switch, foot con- St. Mark United Meth-
trolled digital effects odist Church-Crestview
processor with is seeking a part-time
wah-wah pedal, guitar organist for Sunday
stand and all cables. morning worship and
Excellent condition! Wednesday choir re-
$600. Call 226-6754 hearsal plus some spe-
cial occasions and sea-
S. sonal events. Organist
will -work closely with
music director and
3320 choir to ensure a. ohe-
sive musical program
SALE SALE SALE designed to guide con-
Daylilies- Many colors. gregation in enriched
.50 cent to $1.00. worship experience.
# 47233495 call for CaDl 682-5282 for more
more info.678-4707 information.


In accordance with the King Mattress and 2 c
Americans with Disa- K ing Mattress an plastic
abilities Act, persons box set. New, in plastic
with disabilities need- Pillowtop. $225. 850
ing special accommo- 471-0330 Can deliver
nation to participate in
this proceeding should Mattress and Box Set,
contact Court Adminis- Full Size Still sealed
tration at 1250 N. Eglin from factory, new,,
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, $135. 850 255-3050
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. Stacked
6/6/2009 Washer &
6/13/2009 Dryer Set
Energy Saver, $250
Call 850 797-5387 or
614 633-7822




Happy 24th Birthday
Sgt. Preston R. Medley, Crestview


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It's because we needO Pontiac sales

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



Food Srvc/Hospitality

All Positions
for Cracker Barrel of
Crestview. Nights &
weekends 682-8804
Apply anytime. EOE
Medical/Health
'k a


Pay, ment forgiveness!

Because we. care. I


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C'view- Newer spa- Destin
S cious 4/2/2. southend Destiny West,
upscale area. Sm pet By Owner
ok. $1050mo642-5151 Close to the beach,
Beautiful 2 story
.rW New Homes stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
6100 -Business/ for Rent 2.5 bth on Paradise
Commercial sle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
6110 Apartments FWB
120 -Bec enal Gborhood pool, tennis,
6120 Beach Rentals Gated Community Built in 2005 $820,000
6130 Condorownhouse 4 br, 3 ba, 2,423sf Call 830-3287 for show
6140 House Rentals LA, $2,175Ao me.
6150 Roommate Wanted Gated Comm2,17 ing. Agents welcome.
6160 Rooms lor Rent b bGated Commu23sf
6170 Mobile Home/Lot 4br, 3ba, l cg, 2349sf
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals LA, $2,050 I, 1
6190- Timeshare Rentals Niceville
6200 Vacation Rentals 5 br 3 ba 1 cg,
3967 sf LA, $2,875 Individual wants to
3buy house for invest-
Last month rent plus ment. Call 651-0987
6100 Sec. deposit required Lake Guntersville
Crestview Mo-Fri 7-4: 864-5426 Alabama
Office Space After Hours: 699-0326 Homesites from'
Executive Offices in $29,900
McClain, Office Plaza 1-888-446-5253 x.5199
on Hwy 85. Rate in- w188-4-253.c 19
ludes ALL utilities wwwgpi299com
high speed internet, 6170
common area main- ;
taihance and daily _-
cleaning. 682-0791 W T 7160
N* ,0 Down
Professional Office For all land owners.
building for Lease Crestview 1998 MH Your land or
1000sf. 101 Duggan br, 2 ba 28'x48', 1 ac. Your land or fam
Ave. (Next to Eglin 5292 Fairchild Rd land. All Credit 50 3344
FCU) Call 621-0046 $75K. 931-648-2850 850-682-3344
S- Crestview- Remodeled Crestview 3BR/2BA
2bre ba ue t a 1998 26X54 Dou-
2br, ba, Quietpamok. blewide Call 225-2487
| 850-585-8192 Get your share of the
$99 Move In Holt For Sale or lease. government
Special! 2bd 1ba on 2 acres Bailout...
Creptview- Quiet well- $450mo.+dd, & ref. Receive up to $8000 to
maintained 2 br, 1 ba 499-7412 or 537-8528 help buy your new
total electric 585-6985 Laurel Hil 3bd 2ba home.. Call Clayton
Q I -tContyetin Homes of Crestview for
Crestview- Lr/br/bath Country setting, details 850-683-0758
completely shfurn deposit, Pets neg. call New Govern-
excellent neighborhood ment Financing
$550. mo. includes all ------. Program!
utilities. Call 423-0370 Program!
l5 so.il On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
SBad Credit OK! Call
6130 Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758



Crestview (NW.) 2br 7100 -o Homes 7 7190
2ba TH. w/utility. room, 7110 Beach Home/ Covington County, AL
$700/mo + $700 dep. Property Only 70 miles from the
585-5007 7120-Commercial beach, but away from
-7130- Condo/Townhouse hurricanes. This 2125
I 7140 Farms & Ranches sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2
7150 Lots and Acreage bath house is situated
MEW 7160 Mobile Homes on 12 acres. Great floor
7170- Waterfront plan and is available
7180- investment, completely furnished,
Crestview-2 br, 1.5 ba Property including some farm
TH, $700 mo, $725 dd. 7190 Out-of-Town nc ngr 00arm
No smoke/pets. Near Real Estate equip. for $300,000 or
Walker Elem. 240-0890 7200 Timeshare unfurnished 0 for
$27P,000. All furniture
is in excellent condi-
tion. Has a horse barn
6140 property for horses.
Crestview 1950sf in The pastures have
Antioch Estates, 4 Br, piped water supply.
2 Ba, 2 CG, S of 1-10 Just 3 miles from shop-
$118pimo.423-0327g, but country living
$1 180 mo. 423-0327 ejat its best. For info con-
tact: 334-427-0417 or
334-804-3116

602 Mooney
Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba, Rd. FWB
1 cg. S. of 1-10 Fenced, R F r
Sm pet ok. No smoke Kenwood
$775 mo. 585-1503 .
$ -75 -O.--8-Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
,,,*mi* T n bases on quiet half t mLB.
HtW T900 acre corner lot. Built lAUTOMOTFV MRINE
Sin. 1994. Kitchen re- RECREATIONAL
Crestview cently updated with 8100- Antique & Collectibles
3bd/2ba $900 stainless steel appli- 8110- Cars
3bd/2ba-$900 ances. Corner FP in 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
Quiet street, privacy, LR wall brick hearth, 8130-Trucks
fenced. All appliances vaulted ceilings, fresh 8150-Commercial
w/washer &. dryer. paint, security sys- 8160 Motorcycles
None smoking, 1+ yr tern, updated elec- 8170 Auto Parts
lease, $900 mth + sd. tronic irrigation, large & Accessories
Available now!! screened porch un- 8210- Boats
850-902-5813. Ref. re- der roof, chain link 8220 Personal Watercraft
quired. back yard perfect for 8230 Sailboats
pets. $294,900. Call 8240 Boat & Marine
0 226-6754Supplies
850226-6754 8245 Boat lips & Docks
P 3- _____, 8310 Aircraft/Aviation -
S .8320 ATV/OffRoad Vehicles
l i' -. 8330 Campers & Trailers
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba 8340 Motorhomes
home. ONLY $850 mo! Bank Owned.. P..
Call Jenny at Pelican nK uwne Prop- .
Real Estate 315-0972 erties Free LisSI ts
C__ __ elistate Gulfcoast 8110
Crestview 4bd.-3ba, Realty 850-472-2500 Pontiac Grand
double garage, 3000ac
SF. Brand New. $1200 Crestview-brick home Am '96
mo. +dd., call in Grandview Heights 4 1861o miles, runs good,
850-683-5355 or br, 2.5 ba, 2 cg, 2258sf. cold air, $950. Call
850-368-2392 $189K. 850 682-0718 362-9856 (Crestview)


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News

& NOTES

BRIEFS
YMCA swimming
lessons
The Crestview Family
YMCA is registering
people ages 6 months
and up for swimming
lessons, which begin
June 8. The fee is
S$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.
CHS baseball camp
The Crestview High
School baseball camp
will be held from June 8-
10 with sessions running
from 9 a.m. until noon
each day.
Registration is June 8
from 8 a.m.-9 a.m,
The cost of the camp
is $75 and includes a
camp T-shirt and a pizza
party after Wednesday's
final session. Campers
also will be able
to attend the Justin
Richards Scholarship
Tournament that will run
'June 11-14 atCHS at
no additional cost.
The camp is open to
children ages 4-13 and
will be divided into age
groups.
YMCA flag
football camp
SThe Crestview Family
YMCA is'offering flag
football camp from June
8 to 12.
The fee for members
is $25; the fee for other
participants is $35 per
session. Details: 689-
2999.
Foxwood Country
Club summer camps
Foxwood Country
Club has announced
plans for summer tennis,
swimming and golf
camps.
Swimming lessons
with local instructor
Jennifer Morgan will
start in June. Public
and private lessons will
be available. Contact
Foxwood Country Club
for details.
Golf camp with
Buddy Hartzog will be
held June 9-12 from '
9-10 a.m. each day.
The camp is for ages
7 to 15 and costs $30
per player. Contact
Foxwood Country Club
to register.
A tennis camp for
middle-school and high
school players will be
held June 22-26 from
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. each
day. Cost is $25 per
participant.
Call Foxwood
Country Club at 682-
2012 or stop by the club
for information on any of
these summer programs.
NOYA team
goesto state
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 13-1 8) need help
to offset expenses to-
attend the tournament
the week of June 11.
Contributions can be
made online by going
to www.noya.org and
selecting the "Donate
Now" link or by calling
Amy O'Ma[ley at
(850) 826-3544.


Scholarship tournament always a hit


Justin Richards Tournament

starts Wednesday at CHS


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Thirteen years after
Crestview baseball player
Justin Richards lost his life
in a car accident, his mem-
ory and spirit live on in the
Bulldog baseball program
as CHS hosts the Justin
Richards Scholarship Tour-
nament. -
Now in its 11th year, the
tournament .helps raise
money for the scholarship
honoring Richards.
David Pyle was the 2009
recipient of the scholar-
ship.
The tournament starts
at 3 p.m. Wednesday. The
championship' game is
scheduled for.7 p.m. Satur-
.day,
Admission for the tour-
nament is $4 daily for adults'
and $2 for students.
Bulldog coach Tim Cil-
lis sees the tournament as
having a two-fold purpose. /
"It kind of kicks off the
summer for most schools,"
he said. "And it's another
way for us to get some mon-
ey in that scholarship fund
Sfor the senior that wins the
award every year. Typically
we will raise.$2,000 to put in
that fund..
"But the bottom line is it
is a way to pay a tribute to a
guy that means a lot to this
program still."
This year's 12-team field
will have a homecoming
feel.
Former Bulldog player
Jonathon "Pony" Moore,
past winner of the Rich-
ards scholarship, will coach
Mosley. Fort Walton Beach
is coached, by former CHS
boss, David Garner. And
Baker coach Gary Taylor.
served a hitch as a Bulldog
baseball assistant.
"Hopefully they'll take
it easy on us," Gillis said.
"They are all part of it and
know how special it is and
how special that family is
too.
"It's really a great deal."
Crestview, Mosley, Fort
Walton Beach and Baker
will be joined in the tourna-
ment by Niceville, Navarre,
green ,and white teams
from Choctawhatchee, two
teams from Columbus, Ga.,
and two more tdams from
Northside, which also is


JUSTIN RICHARDS
SCHOLARSHIP
TOURNAMENT
Crestview and
Baker schedule
Wednesday
3 p.m. -'Columbus
(Ga.) Orange at
Crestview
5:30 pm. -
Columbus (Ga.) Blue at
Crestview
Thursday
9 a.m. Baker at
Crestview
1 1:30 a.m.
Mosley vs. Baker (at
Crestview)
Friday
2 p.m. Baker
at Choctawhatchee
White
4:30 p.m. Baker
vs. Columbua (Ga.)
Blue (at Choctaw)
7 p.m. Northside
(Ga.) Red at Crestview
Games will be
played from 9 a.m.
until approximately
9 p.m. Thursday,
Friday and Saturday
at Crestview High
School. Some games
also.will be played
at Fort Walton Beach
High School and IN MEA
Choctaw'hatchee that hc
High School. The
championship game teams
is 7 p.m. June 13 at often:
Crestview High School. "0
Whole
from Columbus. out,"
The tournament gets good t
started Wednesday at 3 p.m. the coa
when the Bulldogs take, tourna
on. the Columbus orange body w
team. Wednesday's second back."
game will feature Crestview Ric
against the Columbus blue and R
team at 5:30. much
The championship game name
is scheduled for 7 p.m. Sat- that ho
urday. "It
"Columbus comes every funny
year," Gillis said. "And the there's
head coach now at-North- that cc
side used to be an assistant out the
at Columbus so this is their whatev
first year coming. his mc
"They are good people, there i
And obviously everyone in "WE
our area gets along well, is right
and that's important." down
The biggest adversary while
the Bulldogs and the other field re


RORY: Crestview High School baseball coach Tim. Gillis with the plaques "
honor the winners of the Justin Richards Memorial Scholarship.


s in the tournament
face is the weather. '
ne year we got the
e tournament rained
Gillis said. "The
thing about it is all
aches know what the
ment is about so no-
ranted their entry fee

hards' parents, Anita
onnie, are still very
involved with the tour-
it and the scholarship
>nors their son.
has been kind of
because every year
s rain or something
homes up and we are
ere shoveling mud or
ver," Gillis said. "And
om and dad are right
n the middle of it.
Skid a lot that Justin
It out there looking
and laughing at us
we are getting the
eady."


The tournament offers a
first.lookat what next year's
teams might look like.
"The bottom line is it's
an evaluation tool for all of
us in the area to kind of see
who we have coming and
try to kind of fit pegs in a
whole for next year," Gillis
said. "That's what we kind
of do for the summer."
Gillis believes the tour-
nament will be very compet-
itive, with the teams from
Georgia expected to make
a strong showing along with
Niceville, Navarre and Mos-
ley.
"Any. time you get into
a tournament situation it
boils down to pitching and
depth of pitching," Gillis
said. "Early on'in the sum-
mer all of us are probably
going to be a little bit more
cautious with pitchers and
not run them out there as
often as we would maybe in


the regular season.
"So' it's really kind of,a
toss up of how it will go."
Each team will play four
games. The teams with the
best records and/or tie-
breaker criteria will meet in
the championship game.
In the end every player
and coach is winner as
they help honor Justin Rich-
ards and keep his memory
alive.
"He was everything you
would want anybody to
stand for," Gillis said. "He
had a lot of character and
a lot of integrity. He was'
the first one at practice and
the last one to leave kind of
guy.
"He kind of exemplified
what I think most coaches
would like See their players
be. It's just a way to honor
him and also to raise money
for a guy that graduates and
takes on his qualities."


CHS grad signs with NCAA Division I program


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Chase Jaramillo is con-
.fident as he embarks on his
next baseball challenge.
"I'm readyfor it," he said.
"I've seen goQd pitching at
the junior college level,
"I'm prepared for the
next level, I believe."
Jaramillo, a 2006 Crest-
view graduate and middle
infielder for the Bulldogs,
has signed with Nicholls
State (La.), an NCAA Divi-
sion I program in the South-
land Conference, after a
stellar career at Alabama
Southern Community Col-
lege.
Jaramillo has every rea-
son to be confident if his
2009 campaign is any indica-
tion of how he will do at the
next level.
He hit .345 with five home
runs, 13 doubles, four triples
and 18 stolen bases.
He's excited about play-
ing for Nicholls State.
"They've got a new coach-
ing staff there and they are
building a little better pro-
gram," he said. "They had


an alright season this year.
A lot of guys were hurt, but
the new coaching staff is
bringing in some good play-
ers."
Bulldog coach Tim Gil-
lis is confident success will
follow Jaramillo from junior
college to the Southland
Conference.
"He had a great career
there (at Alabama South-
ern)," Gillis said. "He putup
some big numbers. He had a


RETURN
VISIT:' Chase
Jaramillo,
a 2006
Crestview
High School
graduate,
takes a cut
in the CHS
batting cage.
Jaramillo
has signed
to continue
his baseball
career at
SNicholls
State.
'Y DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin,
list of schools he could have
chosen from, but Nicholls
State made him the best of-
fer and again it's a Division
I program."
Jaramillo played short-
stop at Alabama Southern
this season, but will prob-
ably move to second base
(where he played his senior
year at CHS) when he gets
to Nicholls State.
.Colonel coach Chip Dur-
ham likes the Jaramillo's


versatility in the field and at
the plate. I
"Chase is a very hard-
nosed, athletic player that
can play anywhere on the in-
field for us," Durham said in
Nicholls State press release.
"He will hit in the top of our
order, and be another added
threat on the bases."
Gillis says there isn't any-
thing Jaramillo can't do on a
baseball field.
"He's got the complete
package," Gillis said. "He's
got tremendous hands. He
has great infield instincts.
"He gets a great jump
on the ball. Plus, he can re-
ally run, and he's actually
developed a little pop (at the
plate)."
But Gillis said the most
impressive thing about Ja-
marillo is what he does when
the game is on the line.
"He was such a clutch
player," Gillis said. "He
came through in the clutch
tremendously his whole ca-
reer.
"When he came up in a
situation and had to have
a run driven in or get a job
done it was unbelievable
how many times he got it
done."
Jaramillo redshirted his


first year at Alabama South-
ern while he recovered from
surgery on a shoulder he in-
jured in a flag football game
his senior year at Crestview.
That year away from
playing wasijust part of his
growing process.
"I'm a lot more mature
now that I've played on
that level," he said. "The
coaches can teach you a
lot of stuff that you need to
learn.
"I learned a lot more at
the next level."
Jaramillo is a part of
what might be the most
talented baseball class to
come out of Crestview.
Blake Dean is a three-
year starter at Louisiana
State and was an All-Amer-
ican last year. Trey Hayes
played two years at North-
west Florida State and just
finished his first year at
Division I Samford in Bir-
mingham, Ala.
Finally, Anthony Brown
signed a professional con-
tract with the Cincinnati
Reds- organization after
one year at Northwest Flor-
ida State. Brown currently
plays for the Sarasota Reds
the high Class A team for
Cincinnati.


Chase Jaramillo reaches baseball's higher level




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