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Wednesday, JUNE 10, 2009


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TABLE OF
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ARTS ................................ A6
EDITORIAL..........................A9
SPORTS .............................. BI
BUSINESS............................. B3
EVENTS............................ B6

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24 Pages 2 Sections


The long road to graduation for the se-
niors in the Crestview High School Class of
2009 ended Friday night.
About 400 graduates in red caps and*
gowns received their diplomas during a cer-
emony in Jack Foster Stadium.


"May you be blessed in all of the years to
come, and may your futures be even brighter
than your expectations today," CHS Princi-
pal Ed Coleman wrote in a message .to the
seniors for the Crestview News Bulletin.
See more photos from the Crestview High
School graduation at www.crestviewbulle-
tin.com
See CRESTVIEW A8


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PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Cre&r ict Nt Bulle tin
FINAL WALK: These Crestview High seniors
take their final walk with the Class of 2009
during graduation ceremonies on Friday.


READY TO GRADUATE: Members of the
Crestview Class of 2009 wait for
graduation ceremonies to begin.


A KODAK MOMENT: Crestviey High School
seniors share, their last moments before
graduation ceremonies..


Laurel Hill sends off 27


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill's small but mighty senior Class
of 2009 stood together one last time Friday
night.
STwenty-seven seniors, all clad in Columbia
blue caps and gowns, took part in graduation
exercises at the school.


ALWAYS A STUDENT: This Laurel Hill senior
still had a studious look on graduation
night.


seniors


"There's just no telling the greatness
within each of you, and your potential as 2009
Laurel Hill School graduates is endless,"
LHS' Principal Susan Lowrey-Sexton wrote
in a message to the seniors for the Crestview
News Bulletin.
See more photos from Laurel Hill's gradu-
ation at wwvw.crestviewbulletin.com
See LAUREL HILL Al l


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
LAST-MINUTE STUDYING: These Laurel
Hill seniors review some last-minute
graduation information before the
ceremony begins.


TOSS THE CAPS: Members of the Laurel Hill
Class of 2009 toss their caps into the air
to conclude the graduation'ceremony.


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Crestview bids farewell

to the Class of 2009


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Fees make


impact at


_council


meeting

Kyle Wright
Ci -tvli-w News Bulletin

Impact fees emerged
as the main'topic during
the Crestview city council
meeting Monday night,
with some high-profile at-
tendees in town to request
relief for one develop-
ment. .
Doug Johnson, a for-
met NFL player with the
Atlanta Falcons, request-
ed a workshop to discuss
relief of impact fees for
the Southern Boys In-
vestment Group's Spring
, Creek Apartments project
planned for west Crest-
view north of U.S. High-
way 90 (near the current
Crestview Bingo facility).
. Johnson said the group
faces $750,000 in what he
described as, "last minute,
unjustifiable impact fees."
Johnson added, "We
want to pay for our share
of impact fees, but we want
to pay for what we are ac-
tually impacting."
Johnson said. recently
passed state legislation
paves the way for possible
relief.
City of Crestview Ad-
ministrative Services Di-
rector Mike Wing said the
city is working to deter-
mine the effects of the re-
cently passed legislation.
John Rocker, the con-
troversial former Atlanta
Braves pitcher and now
the mariaging member of
the Southern Boys group,
also was in attendance.
Skip Miller of Key Lime
SHomes and Brett House of
Re/Max spoke on behalf
of the Okaloosa Walton
Building Industry Associa-
tion. Both urged the coun-
cil to reconsider recently
passed traffic impact fees.
"A lot of municipalities
are looking at waiving fees
to spur growth," Miller
said. "The city of Crest-
view seems to be going
the other direction. It may
cause a lot of these 'roof-
tops' not to show up, and
also may impact the cost
of commercial construc-
tion."
House said a depart-
ment store the same size
as the new Kohl's in Fort
Walton Beach would pay
about $250,000 in impact
fees under Crestview's
impact fee schedule.
"A quarter of a million
dollars would make them
think twice about coming
to Crestview," House said.
Council member Chip
Wells said the council was
looking into the issue. He
asked city staff to prepare
a review of a June 15 state-
wide teleconference on the
topic.
Wells added, "I am dis-
turbed about traffic im-
pact fees coming after (de-
velopment orders) were
issued."
The traffic impact fees
were approved Jan. 26.
Wing said the city imple-
mented the fees "because
the city is required to dem-
onstrate financial feasibil-
ity with all planned trans-
See MEETING A4






A2 I Cresiview News Bulletin


News BRIEFS

Man charged with molesting two children
A former Crestview resident is charged with
sexually molesting two children in his care at his
previous residence .of 420 Brown Pl.,
Crestview,'between January and No-
vember 2008, according to an Oka-
loosa County Sheriff's Office press
release.
Russell Bauer IV 30, of 8667 Rob-
inwood Dr. in Milton was arrested by
RUSSELL the Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office
RUASEIL on Friday and charged with sexual
BAUER IV battery on a victim under the age of
12 and lewd or lascivious molestation on a victim un-
der the age of 12.
Investigators say Bauer admitted on multiple oc-
casions he placed the 5- and 6-year-old victims on his
lap with and without clothes, rubbed against them
and fondled them. He also admitted performing oral
sex on one of the children.
Crestview News Bulletin

Restaurant owner guilty of battery on
female employee
SHALIMAR Charles K. Herrin, the owner of the
Coach-N-Four Steak House in Crestview was con-
victed June 3 on a misdemeanor charge of battery.
Herrin was on'trial for felony sexual battery on a
minor, but a six-member jury returned a.lesser ver-
dict, said Christine Bosau, who prosecuted the case.
The charges were filed March 3, 2008, after a
17-year-old girl accused Herrin of luring her to the
restaurant's former location on U.S. Highway 90 and
then fondling her.
The incident allegedly occurred in July 2007. The
girl reported it the same day it happened, evidence
indicated.
Bosau said one piece of evidence the jury saw was
Herrin walking toward a video camera in the restau-
rant before the teen said she arrived. When Herrin
got close to the camera it went blank.
A deputy, who reports said arrived within an hour
of the alleged assault to question Herrin, asked to
see video and was told the machine must have mal-
functioned, the report said. About two hours worth of
footage was missing when it started working again.
Bosau said she will seek the maximum misde-
meanor sentence of 11 months, 29 days,
Herrin's attorney, Stephen Cobb, did not return
phone calls seeking comment.
Herrin is not associated with Coach-N-Four res-
taurants in Fort Walton Beach and Pensacola.
-- Tom McLaughlin / Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers


J.S. Steele, 82, of Baker,
passed away Thursday, June
4,2009. He was born on July 5,
1926 in Georgia and lived most
of his life in Okaloosa County.
He graduated from Laurel Hill
High School in 1945 and moved
to Baker. Mr. Steele worked for
Vitro for 28 years and was also a
farmer and a member of Pilgrim
Rest Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by
a son, Terry Steele; his parents,
Joseph and Julia Head Steele;
and a brother, Delmus Steele.
Survivors include his wife
of 60 years, Floyce Wilkinson
Steele of Baker; two sons,
Wayne Steele of Salt Lake
City, Utah, and Dale Steele of
Prattville, Ala.; one daughter,
Donna Kennedy of Crestview;
four brothers, Dewitt Steele of
Baker, Lamar Steele of Milton,
Bert Steele of Statham, Ga., and


Okaloosa County
crime reports
4/25: JOHANNA LEE


Local


Winston Steele of Baker; one
sister-in-law, Geraldine Steele of
Lewisville, Texas; 13 grandchil-
dren and 5 great-grandchildren;
numerous cousins and many
friends.
Mrs. Steele would like to
thank her church family for the
support and concern they have
shown during this difficult time.
FRmeral services were held
at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 7 at
Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church
with the Revs. Jerry Haley
and Ted Jernigan officiating.
Burial followed at New Bethany
, Cemetery. The family received
friends Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m.
at the funeral home. Brackney
lRmeral Service, Crestview, was-
in charge of arrangements;
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for Joe
Steele online at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


KLINGLER, 32, of 92Josie
Road, was charged with
battery (domestic vio-
lence).


He got up every morning and went to work. When he wasn't at
work, he'd teach you things. Sometimes it really didn't matter
whether or not you wanted to listen and learn. But as you got
older, you realized how special and important those lessons were.'

Dad was always there- and you'll.want to be there for him.


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AMANDA C. COOL-
EY, 28, .of 4267 Jenkins
Road, Crestview, was
charged with possession
of drug paraphernalia,
12 counts of failure to
appear and one count of
worthless check.
4/26: KELVIN DE-
WAYNE WHITE,
301 Springwood Circle,
Crestview, was charged
with violation of proba-
tion. -

Crime Stoppers
Emerald Coast Crime
Stoppers will pay up to
$1,000 to the anonymous
caller who helps authori-
ties locate James Chris-
topher Green and Phillip
Wayne Pulley.
James . Christopher
Green is wanted fqr sale
of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a daycare facility.
SGreen is \a 24-year-old
black male with black
hair and brown eyes, five
feet seven inches tall
and 125 pounds; His last
known address was in


Wednesday, June 10, 2009


Donell Ficklin


Donell Ficklin, 75,
passed away Thurs-
day, June 4,2009 in a
Crestview hospital. A
resident of the Clear
Springs community in
North Walton County,
Donell was employed
as a range supervisor
with a defense con-
tractor at Eglin A.EB.
until his retirement.
He enjoyed hunting,
fishing and square
dancing. He was a Ma-
son, belonging to the
Paxton Lodge, and a
veteran of the Korean
War. He was a life-
time member of the
Clear Springs Baptist
Church.
Survivors are his
son, Granvel Ficklin
and wife Tammy of


Birmingham, Ala.; and
grandchildren, Eric
and Drew Perkins. He
was preceded in death
by his parents, George
Thomas Ficklin. and
Fannie Thomasson,
and a sister, Agnes M.
Ficklin,
Funeral services
were held at 2 p.m.
Sunday, June 7 at
Evans Funeral Home,
with the Rev. Stratton
ColonnA and the Rev.
Charles Lennard of-
ficiating. Interment
was in Clear Springs
Cemetery.
Sign, leave a re-
membrance or view
the guest book-for
Donell Ficklin online
at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com.


Crestview.
Phillip Wayne Pulley is
wanted for possession of
cocaine and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
Pulley is a 24-year-old
Asian male with brown
hair and brown eyes, five
feet ten inches tall and
150 pounds. Pulley's last
known address was in
Mary Esther.
Contact Emerald
Coast Crime. Stoppers
at (863-8477) or toll-free
at 1-888-654-TIPS; or
text "TIP214 plus the
message" to CRIMES
(274637). Photographs of
these and other wanted
individuals are available
at www.emeraldcoast-
crimestoppers.com.
Crime Stoppers is a
non-profit. organization
that. relies on citizen
donations. No taxpayer
dollars are used in the
reward fund. Donations
may be mailed to Emer-
ald Coast Crime Stop-
pers, Inc. at PO. Box
2335, Fort Walton Beach,
FL 32549.


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PUDDLE JUMPING
THE ROAD TO SCHOOL: Large puddles
: formed in the uneven areas of
Okaloosa Lane near the new
Riverside Elementary and Shoal River
Middle School after a rainstorm last
month. Residents in the area are
concerned about how buses will
travel on the dirt road to the east
of the school. District 1 Okaloosa
County Commissioner Wayne
Harris said he "really wants" to do -
something about the road because of
the potential danger to children.
KYLE WRIGHT I CrestviewNews Bulletin


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Summer Fun 2009: Learning options abound


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Traditional summer
camps aren't for every kid.
Some have been there,
done that, and have the
popsicle stick bird cage to
prove it. Others want to use
their summers to develop
their artistic skills or to en-
joy new experiences.
Several area camps of-
fer alternatives to roughing
it the great outdoors. Some
even combine the two.

OCSO Youth Week
How do sheriff's depu-
ties tackle a crime scene?
What does it take to enforce
traffic laws? What roles do
K-9 units play? From crime
scene processing to patrol
techniques, explore the.
world of crime sQlving at
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office Youth Week.
Enjoy demonstrations
by the Sheriff's Office Spe-
cial Response Team and
K-9 unit, learn arrest tech-
niques, observe traffic en-
forcement and more.


Open to elementary and
middle school students,
Okaloosa Youth Week is
free and will run June 15-19,
8 a.m. to noon, at Davidson
Middle School. To sign up or
for more information, con-
tact your school resource
officer; or Cpl. Gary Venuti,
(850) 833-4142; or Cpl. Greg
Porch, 689-7177, x2402; or
visit www.sheriff-okaloosa.
org.

Student Drama
Workshop
Ready to let loose your
theatrical muse? Creative
Dramatics, a summer
workshop open to students
age 13 through college, will
be held at Northwest Flori-
da State College in Niceville
beginning this week.
Participants will learn
about choreography, acting,
voice, makeup and stag-
ing. As a finale, they will
perform in a production of
"Fiddler on the Roof Jr." on
July 9 at the Mattie Kelly
Fine and Performing Arts
Center.
No prior experience


LAUREL SIWICKI I Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
ART CAMP: Budding young artists will get to let their
creative juices flow in a variety of media at summer
Art Camp at Crestview High School.


in theater is required and
eligible high school and col-
lege students may earn col-
lege credit.
High school students
may be eligible to take the
Creative Dramatics class
through dual enrollment.
For more information, con-
tact Mary Lou Baker in the


NWFSC Fine Arts office at
850-729-5832.


Pursue your muse or

solve a crime


Summer Art Camp Hobo Recreation Camp
Hobo Recreation (amp


While other kids are
tackling those popsicle stick
bird cages somewhere in
the woods, you can be trying
your hand at the finer visual


You don't have to be from
Laurel Hill to enjoy Hobo
Recreation Camp this sum-
mer. All it'takes is to be a
Hobo at heart.


arts in the comfort of an air-
conditioned classroom.
Well, not all of the work
will be indoors. In addition
to exploring media such
as acrylic and watercolor
paint, tie-dye, mixed-media
and clay, students will also
participate in a sidewalk
chalk-drawing contest.
The weeklong camp
runs June 13-17, and is in-
structed by Crestview High
School art instructors Lau-
rel Siwicki and Lori Phil-
lips. They will be assisted
by some of their top art stu-
dents.
The camp runs daily
from 8 a.m. until noon at
the high school. It is open
to students ages 6 to 12 and
costs $75, which includes all
supplies and a daily snack
No previous art experience
is necessary: just a desire to,
be creative!
Register at the Crest-
view High School main of-
fice (open Monday to Friday,
7 a.m. to 2 p.m.). For more
information, call Laurel Si-
wicki at 305-310-2838.


Check It OUT!


Heather Nitzel
'Youth Services Librarian
Robert Sikes Public Library

PROGRAMS
I got summer. I got
reading. I got my books.
Who :could ask for any-
thing more?
Summer program-
ming kicks off today with
"I've Got Rhythm!" Story
Time, for children ages 3
and up, and Summer Sto-
ries, for children ages 6
and up, will happen simul-
taneously today and to-
morrow. Sign-in begins at
10 a.m. Stories and songs
start at 10:15 a.m.
On June 17-18 we'll
celebrate dads and make
them a gift!
The Summer Read-
ing Challenge registra-
tion begins today when
the library opens at 10
a.m.! Come register on
the bookcase in front of
.the Story Room and pick
up your reading log! You
may register at any point
during the summer, but
why not start today? For
every day that you read
at least fifteen minutes,
beginning Thursday (Yes,
yes, yes! That means
reading begins tomorrow)
and ending July 20, you
earn a funny money dollar.
You can earn $40 in funny
money by reading every
day! Then, you can spend
your hard-earned cash aa
the Funny Money Store,
which will open after the
Summer Finale!
You won't want to miss
the Summer Finale. It
begins at 7 p.m. on July 28.
Every reader who turns in
a reading log by the July
23 deadline will receive a
reading certificate. We'll
watch the Reader's The-
ater performance and eat
snow cones! What a sweet
way to end a summer!
Let's not talk about
ending the summer quite
yet, though. It's hardly
begun! You have weeks
ahead of you for sheer
reading pleasure! Ready?
Get set. Read!
If you are 12 or older,
play Wii between 2 and 4
p.m. on Fridays!
For children under
the age of 3 and their
caregivers, we'll read
stories and sing songs
about daddies during our
next Lap Sit on June 16.
Gather in the Story Room
beginning at 10 a.m. We'll
start at 10:15 a.m.
Also at 10:15 a.m. on
June 16, children ages
9 and up will meet Mrs.
.Becky in the Meeting


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Room for their Reader's
Theater rehearsal!
STAFF PICKS
"Calder Game"
by Blue Balliett (J Mys
Bal). When Calder Pillay
travels with his father to
England, he finds a mix
of mazes and mystery ...
including an unexpected
Alexander Calder sculp-
ture in the town square.
Calder is strangely drawn
to the sculpture, while
other people have less-


than-friendly feelings
toward it. Both the boy
and the sculpture seem
to be out of place ... and
then, on the same night,
they disappear! Calder's
friends Petra and Tofnmy
must fly to England to
help his father find him.
But this mystery has
more twists and turns
than a Calder mobile
caught in a fierce wind ...
and with more at stake
than first meets the eye.
As she did in her bestsell-
ing "Chasing Vermeer"
and "The Wright 3," Blue
Balliett has created an
amazing novel that makes
readers observe keenly,
feel deeply and see the
world around them in a
new and brilliant way.
"Tops and Bottoms"
by Janet Stevens (E Ste).
Bear has lots of money
and lots of land and
he's lazy. Hare has noth-
ing but a hungry family
- and he's smart. Hare
is sure there's a way to
share Bear's wealth, so
he and Mrs. Hare cook
up a plan. Then Hare
hops on down the road
to Bear's place and pro-
poses that Bear donate
land, Hare handle labor,
and they split the crop in
half. All Bear has to do is


choose the half he wants
- tops or bottoms. Sleepy
Bear takes tops but finds
once the harvest is in
that he's been tricked by
clever Hare! With roots
in European folktales and
the slave stories of the
American South, "Tops
and Bottoms" celebrates
the trickster tradition of
beating hardship by using
one's wits. And an acre of
hilarity tops it all off!

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

CONTACT US
In person: 1445 Com-
merce Drive (behind the
Post Office)
By phone: 682-4432.
On the Web: www.
cityofcrestview.org/li-
brary.htm

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SPECIAL GIFT: Samuel Price (middle) and his
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KYLE WRIGHT I CrestviewNews Bulletin
MAKING HIS CASE: Doug Johnson of the Southern Boys Investment Group asked the
Crestview city council to consider relief from impact fees related to the Spring
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and one of the methods
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Other business
In a workshop before
its regular meeting, the
council agreed to proceed
with a review of the city
charter.
The charter, was ap-
proved by voters more
than 40 years ago, and was
last reviewed about ten
years ago, council presi-
dent Bob Allen said.
It was determined that
the council was in definite
favor of moving forward
with a review of the char-
ter. A, committee would be
composed of seven mem-
bers, each appointed by
one of the city's elected
leaders, including May-
or David Cadle, the five
council members, and city.
clerk Janice Young.
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The council agreed as
well that no specific sec-
tions of the charter would
brought to the commit-
tee's attention to avoid in-
fluencing the body.
Read more about the
charter review in an up-
coming edition of the
Crestview News Bulletin.
A link to the charter is
posted at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.
Debbie Tuggle, who
voiced concerns at the
May 26 council meeting
about incidents on and
leading up to May Day,
informed the council a
subcommittee had been
formed to address those
concerns, with commu-
nication from Cadle and
Crestview Police Depart-
ment Chief Brian Mitchell
"We would like this
to be an issue where we
come together," Tuggle
told the council.
Curlon Moore, who also
spoke at the May 26 meet-
ing, requested a compari-
son of city parade/event
security costs over the
past five years. Moore
was told Cadle and Mitch-
ell could facilitate his re-
quest.
Phillip Berezo was
unanimously appointed to
the Board of Adjustment.
Charles Baugh was
appointed the city's voting
delegate for the Florida
League of Cities' Annual
Conference.
A special meeting to
consider presentations for
a water modeling request
for quotes was set for
June 24 at 4:30 p.m.
The, council unani-
mously approved its quar-
terly payment of $2,500 to
the Economic Develop-
ment Council of Okaloosa
County. Kay' Rasmussen
of the EDC of Okaloosa
County said the organiza-
tion is "working on three


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opportunities" that could
bring jobs to the area.
The council unani-
mously approved second
readings and adoptions
of a pair of ordinances.
Ordinance #1424 vacates
the undeveloped portion
of Tenth Street between
James Street and Texas
Parkway. Ordinance #1426
repeals the city's life safe-
ty inspection fees.
The council heard
first readings of five ordi-
nances.
Ordinance #1417 es-
tablishes the regulations
necessary to implement
a downtown parking dis-
trict. The downtown park-
ing district will encom-
pass the downtown area
and some surrounding
area, including the entire
length of Main Street.
The ordinance also
updates the. minimum
number of parking spaces
required at a variety of
locations and established
the regulations necessary
to implement a downtown
parking district. The up-
dated minimum number
of parkildfg spaces eases
the requirements in most
cases.
Ordinance #1418 would
add a C-2 downtown com-
mercial district zone to
the city's list of zoning dis-
tricts
Ordinance #1425 would
vacate a 40-foot-wide right
of way on an undeveloped
portion of Martin Street
north of U.S. Highway
90, as requested by the
Southern Boys Invest-
ment Group.
Ordinance #1427 would
rezone 2.55 acres between
Tenth Avenue and Ninth
Avenue from single family
to commercial, as request-
ed by Woodlawn Baptist
Church.
Ordinance #1428 would
revise the allocation of
estimated construction.
costs for some of the city's
water system projects.
The amount estimated for
the wastewater treatment
plant, capacity upgrade.
and re-use conveyance
system has decreased
from more than $22 mil-
lion to $13.6 million. Es-
timated engineering fees
are decreased from $2.42
million to $1.4 million.
A public workshop to
review all five ordinances
was scheduled for June 22
at 5 p.m..
The council agreed to
waive the building rental
fee for a jobs/career fair
at the Crestview Commu-
nity Center for 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. on July 15. Jobs Plus,
Northwest Florida State
College and the city of
Crestview will partner to
put on the event.
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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I AS


New fire engines roll into town


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

As Crestview's two new
Crimson Custom Pumper
fire engines rolled into
town Thursday morning,
Crestview Fire Department
and city leaders exclaimed,
"It's just like Christmas!"
At a special meeting on
June 1, the City Council
authorized $450,000 in pub-
lic safety revenue bonds to
finance the cost of the new
equipment..
Fire Chief Joe Traylo'r
originally had approached
the council in April about
leasing the new fire en-
gines. However, in the in-
terim it was determined
it would be more cost ef-
fective for the city to ap-
proach a local bank, from -
which it received better
financing.
City attorney Ben Holley
had'cautioned the council,
about the terms of the lease P
agreement, which would
have allowed the lessee to th c
place alien on the trucksin
the event of a payment de- k o-
'fault. However, because it
is against city law to place
a lien ,on city property, it
would have made the lease
illegal.
The council approved
the resolution author-
izing the issuance of the
bonds by a vote of 4 to 0.
Council member Linda
Parker abstained from vot-
ing because her husband
serves on the board of the
First National Bank of -, .
Crestview, which offered
the financing. cil saw this opportunity, a 1985 Pierce fire engine grant is approved, the city
In addition, the fire de- and the timing could not and a1993 Southern Coach will not be permitted to
apartment has applied for be better." fire engine, both aging sell the 1985 truck "as a
a federal grant, which will' One of the advantages equipment in the fire de- fire truck," he said, due to
further decrease the city's of the new trucks is that apartment's fleet. federal grant stipulations.
expenditure for the new all ofthetrucks'crewscan A smallfiredepartment One possible use for
trucks. ride inside the cab, said in Tennessee is "champing the vehicle could be as a
"The city saved $60,000, Assistant Chief Ralph Ev- at the bit" to purchase the mobile pump for the Pub-
per truck," Mayor David erage. 1993 apparatus, said Tray- lic Services department,
Cadle said. "The city coun- The trucks will replace lor. However, if the federal Traylor said.


OFFICIAL WELCOME:
Crestview Fire
cheif Joseph
Traylor, C.J.
Sherman,
Crestview
Mayor David
Cadle, John
Lovell and city
council member
Linda Parker
with one of the
city's new fire
trucks. Sherman
and Lovell are
from southern
apparatus.
PICTURE THIS:
Crestview Fire
Department Chief
Joseph Traylor
photographs the
department's
new 'baby.'
Photos by ANN SPANN
Crestview News Bulletin


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Giving his talents to the Lord after conversion
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Quinton is known as a very prolific writer,
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Arts & Entertainment


A6 I Crpetviw News Rulletin


Wednesday, June 10, 2009


Antioch school year ends in a blaze of color


Brian Hughes
Arts and Entertainment Editor
Maybe it was the
pleasant spring weather.
Or maybe it was the im-
pending last day of class.
Whatever it was that
tickled Antioch students'
creative fancies, teach-
ers wrung a final burst
of artistic expression out
of 'em in time for Aviator
Day last week.
The school's hallways
were ablaze with color.
Projects by all grades
decorated the halls and
many rooms. An art ex-
hibit graced the stage of
the multi-purpose room
as well.
Several of the older
kids' classes studied U.S.
states, foreign countries
and continents, then
translated their- discov-
eries into hallway decor.
One hall was festooned
with paper lanterns, kites
and a representation of
the Great Wall for study
about China.
Kids who researched
Africa wove vines from
paper towels and packing
paper, then added their
own tribal.'masks, flags
and colored pictures of
the continent's animals.
The pervasive qual-
ity of art in our everyday
lives was illustrated by
projects from the hands-
on math program.
"They took what they
learned and did these
pieces," explained 3-5th
grade inclusion teacher
Gai Williams.
A major artistic influ-
ence on Antioch's stu-
dents, Williams said, has
been the OVAL program.


WANT TO BE AN OVAL VOLUNTEER?
Arts proponents interested in joining the Okaloosa
Volunteer Art Lesson program are invited to contact
Rae Schwartz at bakerny@yahoo.com to-learh more.


Short for Okaloosa Vol-
unteer Art Lesson, OVAL
volunteers have taught
art classes in schools
throughout the county
since 1989.
''Dr. Tibbetts wanted
to be sure to keep arts
alive in our, schools,"
said Williams, referring
to county school superin-
tendent Alexis Tibbetts.
With increasingly tighter
budgets, OVAL volun-
teers become more and
more integral to main-
taining that goal.


"What the kids learn in
OVAL arts carries over to
the classroom," Williams
said.
OVAL instructors
teach art history as well
as conduct art projects.
Students study famous
works of art, learn about
the artists, then interpret
the work in a drawing.
"Everybody sees it in
their own way," Williams
said.
Some of the pieces
studied, interpreted and
exhibited by Antioch stu-


PHOTOS BY BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
A WORLD OF ART: Antioch Elementary School fifth graders decorate their hallway
with tribal masks, animal cutouts, flags and paper "vines" to illustrate things they
have learned about Africa. At left, second grader Tenasha Hines interpreted Van
Gogh's "Sunflowers" during a recent OVAL art lesson.


dents included Vincent
Van Gogh's "Sunflow-
ers," Pablo. Picasso's
"Acrobat on a Ball," and
Rembrandt Van Rijn's


"Man With a Helmet."
Communityvolunteers
Lesly Baroni Parsons,
Evelyn Brammer, Bever-
ly Wright and Betsy Bon-


dy instructed between
them 39 classes with an
average of 20 children
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per classroom from kin-
dergarten through fifth
grade this year.
"That amounts to al-
most 800 students hav-


ing monthly encounters
with art," said Parsons.
"Everyone had fun in
the process and maybe
even learned a thing or


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involved with OVAL since
its founding, for spear-
heading the program.
The halls are quiet now


at Antioch Elementary
School. The works of art
have been removed to be
proudly displayed in the
students' homes.


But thanks to dedi-
cated teachers and OVAL
volunteers, more art will
grace the hallways this
fall.


OVAL ART:Through the Okaloosa Volunteer Art Lesson program, students studied great works of art and their,
artists, then interpreted them through art works of their own. In this case, they studied Picasso's "Acrobat on
a Ball," a print of which hangs on.the right, flanked by students' interpretations.

Community Arts Calendar


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor.
'Beauty & the
Beast' tickets
The Humanities, Fine &
Performing Arts Division
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College will present Dis-
ney's most acclaimed and


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the Mattie Kelly Arts Cen-
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Tickets are on sale now
for $20 for adults and $15 for
youth age 18 and under, and
are available at the Mat-
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Office in-person, by phone


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feature, the. stage version
of "Disney's Beauty and the
Beast" includes all of the
wonderful songs written by
Alan Menken and the late
Howard Ashman along with


PHOTOS BY BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview-News Bulletin
PRACTICAL ART: After
f their OVAL art lessons,'
fifth grader Kaysi
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S grader a shlee Pratt
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hands-on math studies.
about geometry, above.
S Antioch students learn
k.. that art is found'all
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HUBBUB

Here is a sampling of what people had to say about
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Comments
were collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.
Topic: Letter to the Editor says closing of an
unlicensed pub was improperly portrayed in a News
Bulletin article
It is not about someone crying or even whining. It is
about having the correct information placed in the paper.
The letter clearly states that she would like for it to be
rewritten. But like always people take things and blow
a situation out of control. Not one time did (the letter
writer) say she felt like she was wrongly done because
she is African American. She clearly stated that she
felt as if this was placed in the paper to damage her
character.
There in fact were complaints stating that the club
was shut down on purpose before May Day. Do I have to
spell it out or is it obvious enough to understand what
people were insinuating? I don't think that was the intent
since the State was in charge of that case. As for (the
letter writer), welcome to the world of media. There were
people dragged.through the mud in the Charlie Morris
scandal too and they were tarnished but they didn't
whine about it or write letters to explain anything. ...'The
Crestview News Bulletin reported the facts and like your
assumption of the people named in the Morris case, it
was guilt by association. Let the accused go to court, get
a verdict and then return here to defend themselves.

Topic: Progress continues on new cinema complex
planned on Richbourg Lane.
It is truly about time.

Hey, how about a city pool, arcade, updated skating
rink, skate park and more activities in this town? When
I open the paper every day there are plenty of activities
in FWB.

Ah, so much new development without planned
improvement for roads and other infrastructure. What's
the plan?
I
Not against improvement, but think of what you have
when 3,000 cars and people are trying to fit into 40 acres
with little room to get in and out. We need to look further
down the road and plan accordingly. It's still like five
pounds of stuff in a two pound bag.

After years of whining we need a better movie
house, we are finally getting one and people are still
complaining.

This is great. However, I agree that something needs
to be done with the roads. Remember, the Army is -
coming and these young adults will be bringing their
cars. They will also be looking for entertainment.

Topic: Johari Harris will serve as Big Red
Machine drum major for the 2009-10 school year.
Congratulations! You are following a strong tradition
of great leaders that are former CHS Graduates.

I like reading about our kids doing good stuff like this
instead of hearing about them getting in trouble. This
guy will go far. Good luck!

Congratulations on your promotion, Johari! We
look forward to seeing you out in front of the Big Red
Machine next football season.

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

Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"I've learned that you can tell,
a lot about a person .by the way
he/she handles these three things:
a rainy day, lost luggage, and
tangled Christmas tree lights."
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(1928-)
Nom de plume for Marguerite Ann Johnson,
American poet, memoirist and author

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PASSING SHOTS



Show some warmth to citizens of Val-P


"The Wind and the
Sun were disputing
which was the stronger
Suddenly they saw a
traveler coming down the
road, and the Sun said: 'I
see a way to decide our
dispute. Whichever of us
can cause that traveler to
take off his cloak shall be
regarded as the stronger.
You begin.' So the Sun
retired behind a cloud,
and the Wind began to
blow as hard as it could
upon the traveler. But the
harder he blew the more
closely did the traveler
wrap his cloak round
him, till at last the Wind
had to give up in despair.
Then the Sun came out
and shone in all his glory
upon the traveler, who
soon found it too hot to
walk with his cloak on."
"Kindess Effects
more than severity"
Aesop (The Harvard
Classics, 1909-1914)

The presentation of
the Joint Land Use Study
(JLUS draft) presentation
last week at the
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce offered
north Okaloosa County
residents a chance to
hear some of the concerns
Valparaiso residents have
about the arrival of the
F-35 program at Eglin Air
Force Base in person.
The actions of Val-P -
Mayor Bruce Arnold
garnered most of the
headlines. Arnold left
the meeting "insulted"


after he was not
permitted to turn
question-and-
answer time into a
chance to blast the
JLUS.
Those who
stayed proved it is KYLE W
possible to have 850-68
a civil discussion
about F-35 noise
concerns.
Val-P resident Bob
Webb tried to frame the
F-35 debate raging in and'
around Val-P in a way
north Okaloosa County
residents might better
understand.
"It's like saying to
Crestview, 'All of your
problems will be solved
if you move your whole
city east of Ferdon
Boulevard,"' Webb said.
Since there is no
immediate threat of that
actually happening, most
north Okaloosa residents
reading those words
might think, "I wouldn't
complain. It would be our
patriotic duty. People in
Val-P shouldn't complain,
either."
I find that hard to
believe. Local citizens
didn't respond very kindly
when a state agency -
recently suggested
closing a bunch of left
turns on State Road 85. If
implementation of BRAC
had a potential negative
impact on any homes
or businesses in north
Okaloosa County, we'd.
complain as well.
The tactics officially


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.i.^ used by the city
government
of Valparaiso
to address
S,,those concerns
walking out of
meetings and filing
MIGHT lawsuits are
2-6524 questionable at
best.
The
organizations filing
countersuits and drafting
resolutions in support of
the F-35 in response to
those actions are correct
to do so.
However, there are
some reasonable people in
Val-P who have reasonable
concerns about the noise
and other F-35 side effects,
and are expressing those
concerns in a reasonable
way.
Those people are'
getting responses like,
"There's plenty of
land available in south
Alabama."
Others say, "They knew
there was an Air Force
base when they bought
their houses."
Come on. That's not
fair. There could well -'
come a time when Eglin
growth will affect south
Crestview, and I don't
think the folks in the
south subdivisions will
accept "there's plenty
of land available in
south Alabama" as an
acceptable answer.
We get press releases
all the time from
organizations proudly
announcing resolutions in


By Rick Hord

With another
hurricane season upon-
us, you've probably seen
plenty of checklists and
preparedness .guidelines.
There's no shortage of
good advice, so rather
than repeat wflat you've
probably heard and seen
a dozen times, here's my
personal list of what not
to do.
Don't pay attention
to those pre-season
hurricane activity
forecasts. They're
meaningless for hurricane
preparedness purposes.
There could 50 named
storms this year, but if
none of them threaten us,
we had a "slow season."
If there's only one storm,
but it comes in right on
,top of us, we had a busy
year.
Don't panic. It might
be difficult to not panic if
you watch the saturation
coverage of 24-hour
news and weather cable
channels. Panic, of course,


makes any situation Many communities
worse. have experienced the
*Don't become evacuation disasters of
complacent. The flip too many people trying to
side of panic is equally leave at the same time.
dangerous. It's also a Those who remember
legitimate concern of Opal in 1995 know all
emergency planners, who about that problem.
are well aware of the "cry Thousands of Emerald
wolf" potential because Coast residents who
of unceasing media would have been far better
coverage of every tropical off to shelter at home fled
depression. at the last minute and.
Don't rely entirely on were in danger of being
government agencies to stuck on the highways
keep you safe. Emergency during the storm.
Management officials do Don't get lost. After a
fantastic work in both storm, you might need to
small communities and use unfamiliar roads, and
metropolitan areas, but you might need to visit
their success depends locations that are not part
on the citizens they of your familiar routines.
serve making their own A modern GPS unit or
emergency preparations a simple old-fashioned
- and staying informed street map will probably
and alert as potential be very useful.
threats develop. Don't flag down
Don't evacuate power company trucks.
unless you need to. If your This has been one of the
home is sturdy and out biggest post-hurricane
of any area that might go complaints for many
under water, your best decades. Residents
option is probably to turn desperate for relief see
your home into a shelter, a power company truck


driving through their ,,
neighborhood and flock to
it. Power companies are
incredibly efficient with
the complex process of
restoring service after a
disaster. Well-intentioned
citizens interrupting
crews at work slow the
process.
Don't run out of
clean underwear after the
storm. Plenty of folks stock
up on batteries, drinking
water, food, ice and other
supplies, but forget to do
the laundry just before
the storm hits. Moral of
the story: Don't forget
the simple necessities
of life. In the first days
after a hurricane, it might
be difficult to get baby
formula, do the laundry,
refill prescriptions and
tend to many other routine
tasks. I like to think of
hurricane planning as
preparing for a weeklong
camping trip.

Rick Hord is a sergeant
with the Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office.


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support of the F-35.
Here are some press
releases we haven't gotten
that might do some actual
good.
"Chamber of
Commerce offers support
to Val-P businesses
affected by F-35 noise."
"Realtors to offer free
or discounted services to
Val-P residents affected by
F-35 noise"
"Cities will consult
with Lydia Johnson, Brent
Smith before approving
JLUS"
(Johnson and Smith
are the two members
of the Valparaiso city
commission who have
been against their city
government's legal
actions against the Air
Force.)
'This column started
with a fable with the
moral, "Kiridness affects
more than severity."
In many ways,
right now the debate
surrounding the F-35 is
nothing but a lot of wind.
Someone should
consider showing some
warmth to the concerned
citizens of Val-R Maybe
not to the city government
of Val-P, but definitely to
the citizens.

Kyle Wright is the
News Bulletin Editor.
Contact him at 682-
6524 or e-mail kylew@
crestviewbulletin.
com. Visit the "Passing
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aStu dents, menrs 'ke I YY' liStoc' of sc rsII hp p ram experience

Students, mentors 'Take Stock' of scholarship program experience


F.ducatinn


Tricia Branagan
Okaloosa County
School District
The "Take Stock in
Children" vision is simple:
give students a tangible
promise of a college degree
with a mentor to guide
them through the difficult
years of high school, and
a new crop of leaders will
emerge.
The 17 seniors who were
honored at the recent Take
Stock in Children luncheon
more than fulfilled that vi-
sion. As they came forward
to be recognized, a brief bi-
ography was flashed on the
wall behind them, showing
some of their key accom-
plishments, as well as their
college plans.
The students were in-
volved in every aspect of
their schools and commu-
nity, from service clubs and
JROTC, to a wide range of
sports and academic clubs,
such as the Mu Alpha The-
ta math honor society and
the National Honor Soci-
ety. Many of the students
took Advanced Placement
(AP) or International Bac-
calaureate (IB) courses.
"They really are im-
pressive. They're so well-
rounded," said Cindy Fra-
zier, who coordinates the
mentors and mentees in
Okaloosa County. "They're


TRICIA BRANAGAN I Okaloosa County School District
MENTOR AND MENTEE: Sara Jackson, center, shown here with her mentor, Dr. Pam
Meadows, right, and Superintendent Dr. Alexis Tibbetts, will attend Northwest
Florida State College to earn her associate's degree.


already giving back, with
all they're doing in the
Communityy"
The Take Stock in Chil-
dren scholarships pay the
full cost of tuition at a Flor-
ida community college for
two years, plus two years
at a four-year university.
Students who earn Bright
Futures scholarships can
use their Take Stock schol-
arships to pay for other
college expenses, such


as books or dormitory
fees. Local funding for the
scholarships is matched
100 percent with funds giv-
en by the Florida Pre-Paid
College Foundation.
Students are select-
ed for the scholarships
in middle school. They
sign a pledge to maintain
good grades and behavior
throughout their school
years. They are matched
with, a mentor, who fre-


quently stays with the stu-
dent until graduation.
Dr. Pam Meadows has
been meeting with Crest-
view senior Sara Jackson,
every Wednesday since
Sara was in seventh grade.
"We met for the last time
today, and there, were a
few tears," says Meadows.
"Our relationship has just
continued to grow. It has
been a rewarding experi-
ence for me. I'm very proud


NORTH OKALOOSA COUNTY TAKE
STOCK IN CHILDREN SENIORS
Sara Jackson (Crestview High School) will
attend Northwest Florida State College to earn
her associate's degree. She plans to transfer to
the University of West Florida, where she will
major in design. She is a member of the Spanish
Club and volunteers for the United Way.
Jake Gamble (Baker School) plans to attend
Northwest Florida State College. He was the
Baker band president and a member of JROTC.
S'Donald Walker (Laurel Hill School) plans to
attend Northwest Florida State College. He was
a member of the school's robotics team and took
part in the school's leadership class.

North Okaloosa County Incoming Take Stock
scholars
LaNedra Moore (Richbourg Middle School)
Kristen Perez (Laurel Hill.School)
Alyssa Barrow (Baker School)
Shane Bolding (Davidson Middle School)
Tyler Colonna (Crestview High School)
Tolum Edge (Baker School)


of her and I think she'll be
very successful." *
Meadows'has mentored
other students in the past.
She says even years later,
-they will still stop to catch.
up.
|"You really develop a
solid friendship," she says.
According to Frazier, the
incoming Take Stock schol-
ars were excited about


their selection. Eighteen
new scholarship recipients
were chosen by the Oka-
loosa Public Schools Foun-
dation selection committee
from a field of 118 appli-
cants.
Okaloosa will have 108
scholarship recipients in
secondary school and 40 in
college during the 2009-10
school year.


Northwest Florida State
College recognized the supe-
rior scholastic achievement
of students completing the
Spring 2009 term by naming
them to the President's List
and Dean's List,
The President's List
names those students with
nine or more credits in the
term who made a grade
point average of 3.8 to 4.0
during the semester. The
Dean's List names students
with nine or more credits in
the term who earned a GPA
of 3.5 to 3.79.


North Okaloosa Coiunty
honor students are listed
below.


President's List
BAKER: Mary Allen,
Leah Courtney
CRESTVIEW: Sarah
Adams, Jamie Allende,
James Anderson, Mary An-
drews, Kristina Angus, Brit-
tany Baker, Denise Bashaw,


Eric Batista, Sabrina Bish-
op, Carlos Bonilla, Laura
Broadhead, Tyler Buckelew,
Heather Buhl, Alexandr Cal-
lich, Natasha Caron, Pete
Cintron-Vega, -Christopher
Clark, Jordan Cockrell,
Charles Collins; Shawn Croft,
Rita Dailey, Karen Dance,
Jesica Darr, Joseph Doyle,
Rachel Espinoza, Christina
Faulkner, Tomas Garcia,
Joshua Gardner, Michelle
Gartman, Shay Griffin, Chris-


tina Grotkin, Robert Groves,
Jonathan Haggard, An-
namarie Harden, Shaquavia
Hardy, James Harris, Stefan
Hogg, Billy Holland, Wayne
Hunt, Carter Johnson, Mary
Kervin,, Dajung Kim, Jacob
Kirby, Brittni Klugh, Jovany
LaJara, AshleyLanduyt, Jes-
sica Lebrun, William Leister,
Heather Lemay, Kyndra
Lewis, Mariah Lewis, Susan
Longman, Regine Lopez,
Benjamin Lowing, Jalyssa


Maffet, Heather Miller, Mi-
chele Moorehead, Chris
Newell, Jr., Rossi Odom, April
O'Hara, Cindy O'Loughlin,
Christine Parks, Eric Parks,
Donna Peters, Carley Pre-
cht, Ashley Rice, Jade Rice,
Daniel Rivera, Elena Rivera,
Wendell Roberts, Tamara
Robertson, Gillian Rodri-
guez, Tricia Rousseau, John
Saranpa, Steven Saunders,
David Schneidman, Meghan
Shill, Joshua Simpson, Eric
Smith, Julia Smith, Nicole
Smith, Delbert Spaur, Arraye
Stallworth, Holly Stanton,


Amanda Swanner, Shelly
Terek, Kristin Thompson,
Crystal Tigges, Adriana
Torres, Brianna 'Irujillo,
Brandon Walters, Lauren
Warnick, Ryan Whitley, Alan
Widener, Amanda Williams,
Nikki Windham
HOLT: Glendon Daw-
son, Daniel Pittman, Chelsea
Redd

LAUREL HILL: Carri
Day, Charles Franklin, De-
nielle Maurice, Brandy
McLemore, Shirley Sandy,
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Free Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten


4 & 5


- Year Old Children Eligible


09 VPK Summer Program and

09-10 VPK School Year Programs


The Early Learning Coalition of Okaloosa and Walton Counties reminds parents that four and five -year old children are eligible for free Voluntary (VPK) for the
Summer 2009 or School Year 2009-2010. For Summer VPK 2009, the child must have become four years of age before September 1, 2008. For pre-
kindergarden children to qualify for 2009-2010 School Year VPK Program, they must have become four years of age, on or before September 1, 2009. Parents
must be willing to sign the program application, provide proof of the child's age (birth certificate or other documentation), prove Florida residency, and transport
the child to the Certified VPK Provider of the parents choice. A limited number of providers may transport children for an additional fee.


Florida residency may be verified by the following documentation bearing the parent/guardian's
name & address as submitted on the VPK Application:
Utility Bills, Residential Rental Agreement, Pay Stubs,
Government Documents (Tax Return, Military Orders, etc.)

The VPK Program is free early education. VPK Providers should not charge registration fees that are non-refundable
once the VPK child has attended the program.
Providers are encouraged to provide services' to as many children for the limited hours of VPK as possible.

*S gln Up!* Registration is occurring at Okaloosa-Walton Child Care Services. *
* Walk-In hours available as follows *


Fort Walton Beach
107 Tupelo Avenue
9-10 Oam or 3-4pm


Crestview
229 S. Main Street
Monday Only 9-12pm


DeFuniak Springs
1184-C Circle Drive
8-9am or 2-3pm


.Call 833-9330 for an appointment if walk in hours are not convenient.

See the local Early Learning Coalition website for details about the
VPK Programs at www.elc-ow.org
Certified Summer 2009 Voluntary Pre-kindergarten Providers
(Programs begin June 2009 and end August 2009)
The Early Learning Coalition encourages parents to contact certified providers in order to determine if the
program is appropriate for their children) and to determine if the provider has space available.,
-Register at school districts sites listed below:
Provider Name Address City Zip Phone Type of Facility
Childcare Network #132 1040 Farmer Street Crestview 32539 683-1680 Licensed Childcare Facility
Freeport Elementary School, 15381 U.S. 331 Freeport 32439 892-1211 Walton County School
Horizons Children's Center 343 Holmes Blvd. Fort Walton Beach 32548 .244-9187 Licensed Childcare Facility
Shoal River Learning Center 5190 South Ferdon Blvd. Crestview 32536 682-4700 Licensed Childcare Facility
Valparaiso Elementary School 379 Edge Avenue Valparaiso 32580 833-4120 Okaloosa County School
Van R. Butler Elementary School 6694 West Co. Hwy. 30-A Santa Rosa Beach 32459 622-5040 Walton County School
Walker Elementary School 2988 Stillwell Blvd. Crestiveiw 32539 689-57220 Okaloosa County School
West DeFuniak Elementary School 815 Lincoln Avenue DeFuniak Spring '32435. 892-1171 Walton County School
SWright Elementary School 305 Lang Road Ft. Walton Beach 32547' 833-4380 Okaloosa County School
Certified School Year 2009-2010 Voluntary Pre- Kindergarten Providers
(Programs may begin August 2009 and may end June 2010)
Check Program Dates on the Early Learning Coalition Website at www.elc-ow.org
The Early Learning Coalition encourages parents to contact certified providers in order to determine if the
program is appropriate for their children) and to determine if the provider has 'i .il,
Provider Name Address City Zip Phone Type of Facility
Beulah Christian Academy 109 McGriff Street Ft. Walton Beach 32548 243-8452 Faith-Based
Boys & Girls Club 923 Demon Blvd.,, r..Ft in Beach 32547 862-1616 Licensed Childcare Facility,
Chatterbox Childcare and Learning Center 314 Carmel Driver_ Ft. Walidn Beach 32547 862-4000 Licensed Childcare Facility
Childcare Network #132 1040 Farmer Street':. Crestiew 32539 683-1680 Licensed Childcare Facility
Childcare Network #142 108 NW Jet Drive ,'. Ft. Walton Beach 32548 244-0942 Licensed,Childcare Facility
Childcare Network #39 412 Government Street Valparaiso 32580 678-9476 Licensed Childcare Facility
Childcare Network #41 800 Falcon Place Ft. Walton Beach 32547 862-6328. Licensed Childcare Facility
Docie Bass Recreation Center 54 Fernry Road Ft. Wahlon Beach 32547 833-9580 Licensed Childcare Facility
First Baptist Church ofNiceville Child Development Center 622 Bayshore Drive Niceville 32578. 729-6915 Licensed Faith-Based
First UnitedMethodist Preschool 103 First Street SE Ft. Walton Beach 32548 243-0431 Licensed Faith-Based
HappylandPreschool 1018 White Point Road Nicville 325"8 897-3400 Licensed Childcare Facility
HoltAcademy 422 Highway 90 West Ho4 32564 537-8299 Licensed Childcare Facility
Horizons Children's Center 343 Holmes Blvd. I nrgeach 32548 244-9187 Licensed Childcare Facility
Kid's Discovery #1 2-0O Green Acres Road Ft. WahlonJPeach 3254" 301-9409 Licensed Childcare Facility
Kid's Discovery #2 2265 Highway 98 West MarE sfh'er 32569" 243-5794 Licensed Childcare Facility
Kid's Discovery #3 2101 P.J. Adams Pkwy. Crestview i 32536 423-0449 Licensed Childcare Facility
Kid's Place 321 NE Racetrack Road Ft. Walton Beach 3254" 864-5014 Licensed Childcare Facility
LittleAngels Preschool "03 Miracle Strip Pkwy. Mary Esther 32569 243-7522 Licensed Childcire Facility
Little Schooners Preschool 154 Calhoun Avenue Destin 325-1I 729-5386 Licensed Childcare Facility
NWFState College CDEC 100.College Blvd.., Bldg. M Niceville 325'8 682-3338 Licensed Childcare Facility
Oak Tree ChildDevelopment Center 102 T9oke Street"' Ft. Walton Beach. 3254" 862-9031 Licensed Childcare Facility
Our House Child Care LLC 396, Girdeh Street.i, Cresiview .. 2536 689-1407 Licensed Childcare Facility
Our Little School House 505 EHoll)vqodj B'vd. Man Esther- ;i 32569 664-6141 Licensed Childcare Facility
Pam's Light House Learning Center 1209,14S77 et Niceville 325 678-0550 Licensed Childcare Facility
River Academy 100 HlaSU, '* Niceville ,".,1 325'8 729-8600 Licensed Childcare Facility
Roehm Preschoold eAfter Care Center, Inc. 1595 -lighway 83 North DeFuniak Springs 32-433 951-2002 Licensed Childcare Facility
Shalimar United Methodist Preschool 1 Old Ferry Road Shalimar 32579 651-0721 Licensed Childcare Facility
The Creative Play School 11 Vine Avenue NE Fort Walton Beach 32548 243-0008 Licensed Childcare Facility
The Montessori School for the Arts 410 Fir Avenue Niceville 32578 678-7014 Licensed Childcare Facility
Tri County Head'Start Walton 268 South Davis Lane DeFuniak Springs 32433 892-7635 Licensed Childcare Facility
Tri County Head Start CEEC 908-B West Highway 90 DeFuniak Springs 32433 .892-6144 Licensed Childcare Facility
Trinity United Methodist Preschool 403 Racetrack Rd. NW Fort Walton Beach 32547 864-9307 *Licensed Childcare Facility
Twin Hills Learning Center 837 West James Lee Blvd. Crestview 32536 682-0212 Licensed Childcare Facility
Walton-DeFuniak VPK Center 555 Walton Road DeFuniak Springs 32433, 892-1171 Walton County School
Wesley Academy 214 South Partin Drive Niceville 32578 678-4411 Licensed Childcare Facility
Wesleyan Child Care Center 599 E Eighth Avenue Crestview 32536 682-7319 Licensed Childcare Facility
wRight Daycare 136 Partick Drive Ft. Walton Beach 32547 864-5123 Licensed Childcare Facility

Provisional School-Year 2009-2010 Voluntary Pre-kindergarten Providers
The Early Learning Coalition does NOT guarantee that provisional providers will meet all the necessary requirements to become certified to
provide the State's Voluntary Pre-kindergarten Program. The following providers have begun the application process.
Parents should make every to find a certified provider before the program begins.

Provider Name Address I Zip Phone Type of Facility
Bluewater Bay Elementary School -u5.5_iRge Road - --Nicevile' I \ 32578 833-4240 Okaloosa County School
Destin Elementary School .:ellSit -''' n ,- / 32541 833-4360 Okaloosa County School
Kids Learning Corner 1 '.,9 2.SecondAvende NE Ltirniesw / .,02539 689-4326 Licensed Childcare Facility
Rocky Bayou Christian Academy 2101 N. ar Drive Niceville 32578 678-7358 Faith-Based
Southside Center 6 .ea I Street Crestiemw '..' 32539 833-3889 Okaloosa County School


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& NOTES

BRIEFS
NOYA team going to
state, asking for local
support
The North Okaloosa
Youth Athletics League of
Garden City in Crestview
has two teams going to
the All Stars tournament
just outside Lake City in
Florida.The teams (ages
13-18) need help to offset
expenses to attend the
tournament the week of
June II.
Contributions can be
made online by going to
www.noya.org and selecting
the "Donate Now" link or
by calling Amy O'Malley at
'(850) 826-3544.

Men's Invitational
Two-Man Scramble
Foxwood Country Club
will host an Individual Two-
Man Scramble June 27-28.
The 36-hole event is
pre-flighted by the average
of the partners not to
exceed eight.strokes or
the higher handicap will be
reduced.
The tournament
is limited to the first
70 amateur teams.All
participants must be 18 or
older.
Cost of the tournament
is $180 per team and
includes cart, prizes, tee
gift, refreshments as well as
dinner buffet on Saturday
and breakfast buffet Sunday.
Play starts Saturday with
a 12:30 p.m. shotgun start.
Sunday play is set for an 8
a.m. start.
Players who have paid
will be allowed a practice
round the week of June 20-
26 for the cart fee only.
For more information
contact Foxwood Country
Club at 682-2012.'

Heavy Hitters
baseball tryouts
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters baseball
will hold tryouts for the
2009-2010 USSSA season
June 20 at Baker recreation
complex.
Tryouts for the II U
'team will be at 9 a.m., 12U
team at 10 a.m. and 13U
team at II a.m;
For more information
call Melvin at 902-6237 or
Greg at 496-9235.

Alligator Trot
The 14th annual
Alligator Trot 5K Road Race
and Walk will be held June
20 at 8 a.m. at the Florala
State Clubhouse in Florala,
Ala.
Prizes will be awarded
for the first place overall
male and female winners
as well as male and female
winners in the Masters
(40+) and Grandmasters
(50+) divisions.
Entry fee is $12 in
advance or $15 the day of
the race.
Race day registration
starts at 6:30 a.m.
For more information
or to register online go
to www.geocities.com/
alligatortrot

Hobo Recreation
Camp
The Laurel Hill Hobo
Recreation Camp offers a
safe learning and physical
activity environment for
kids from kindergarten
through eighth grade.
Campers will play sports
including basketball,
volleyball, baseball and
bowling.
Activities will include
arts and crafts, library time,
scrapbooking,Wii play,
community projects, music
and team-building skills.
Kids will learn about the
environment and will even
get a little academics in as
well.
Hobo Recreation
Camp will be conducted at


See NEWS & NOTES B2


Year in review: Building for the future


CHS had postseason presence in football, individual sports


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It would be fair to say
the 2008-09 school year
was a building year for the
Crestview High School
athletic program.
The football team was
the only squad to make it
to the playoffs, and was
eliminated in the first
round by Pace.
At midseason, it looked
as if the Bulldogs didn't
have a shot at the playoffs.
But Jordan Glover's move
to tailback and Blake
Ritchie's insertion as
the starting quarterback
seemed to be just what
Matt Brunson's team
needed to turn things
around.
The Dawgs were 2-4
when they hosted Fort
Walton Beach on Oct. 24.
A 14-13 upset win over the
Vikings was followed by a
14-7 win over Navarre two
weeks later as Crestview
forged into a three-way tie
for first place in District 2-
4A with Choctawhatchee
and Fort Walton Beach.
The Bulldogs beat the
Indians in the first quar-
ter of the shootout to seal
the trip to the playoffs.
Crestview's cross
country team was led by
junior Lauren Day.
Day made it to the
Class 3A state meet and
finished 20th with a time
of 19:27. Her time was the
best for a local girl at the
3A meet.
Crestview was unable
to field a full girls golf
team for most of the sea-
son, and the boys had only
a so-so year.
First-year volleyball
coach Ashley Miller didn't
back down from any
challenges as she laid a
foundation that indicates


IN REVIEW


DEVON RAINE I Florida Flaedmon Ncw,.pper',
RUNNING DAWG: The running of Jordan Glover powered the Crestview football
team into the playoffs.


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STATE QUALIFIERS: At left, Lauren Day (cross
country), middle, Maya Moore (tennis) and
Clint Lukert, right, (weightlifting) qualified
for the FHSAA state meet in their respective
sports.


This is Part I of a three-part series reviewing the 2008-09 high
school sports year.

Part II: Laurel Hill, June 13 Part III: Baker, June 17


things might be on an up-
swing.
Girls basketball made
some noise in its first
- and only year under
Keith White. White will be


taking over the CHS boys
basketball program
The boys basketball
1e am endured a sub-.500
season in Brian Hum-
phrey's final season as


the Dawgs' coach.
Neither the boys nor
girls soccer programs
made the playoffs, but

See REVIEW B2


Tell us about the

world of local

summer sports

It's that
time of
year when
sometimes
finding just
the right
sports
story is like
plowing RANDY
through DICKSON
solid rock. North End Zone
Yes, the youth sports
camps are gearing up.
Some are now in full swing.
And believe me, in the
weeks to come there will be
stories about the various
camps taking place in our
area.
I'll do my best to keep
you abreast as to what
coaching changes might be
lurking on the high school
level. As quickly as I find out
about any changes I'll have
the information to you.
I'll be keeping an eye on
the different high school ,
camps. I enjoy hanging out
at football workouts. I plan
on taking in some summer
baseball and basketball
leagues as well.
I hope to catch up with
former local prep stars like
Crestview's Anthony Brown
who is now with the Class A
Sarasota Reds.
Speaking of baseball,
Brown's former CHS
teammate Blake Dean is
expected to be picked in
the Major League Baseball
draft this week. I'll do my
best to get his take on
things if he's picked in the
draft.
I look forward to talking
with Laurel Hill's Brad
Reese as he prepares
for his first year playing
basketball for Texas Tech.
If I have a chance, I
might even take in a night
at the races in Holt orf
Blackman or try to catch
a CrestviewThunderbirds
football game.
As you are reading this
column, I'm starting to plan
our 2009 high school football
preview publication.
The school year is
dominated by the high
school sports scene. This
is the time of year I have a
window to do more of the
stories that might vary from
the traditional sports path.
That's where the eyes
and the ears of you the
readers can be so valuable.
If your son (grandson) or
daughter (granddaughter)
who happens to be a college
athlete is home for the
summer, please let me
know. I want to talk to them.
I also would love to hear
the ideas you have for those
stories that are off that
beaten path.
If you have a champion
water skier or kayaker in
your family, now's the time
to let me know about them.
I might not be able to,
as the Wide World of Sports
claimed, "Span the globe
to bring you the constant
variety of sports," but I can
offer the variety of sports
enjoyed here in north
I won't be able to do all
the youth baseball/softball
league stories I imagine
people would love to see,
but I'd be more than happy
to run those team photos.
And if you submit a story
with a photo, we will do our
best to see it makes it into
the paper.
I'm giving you your
chance to point me in a
certain direction for a story.
I'm looking forward to
hearing your ideas.
To submit a story idea or
a photo, please e-mail me at
randyd@crestviewbulletin.
com
And thanks in advance
for your help.

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


crestviewbulletin.com.






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WHITE from page B1


tion in the CHS math de-
partment originally was
scheduled to be cut, but
additional state funding
allowed the school to rein-
state his position.
"When I got picked
back up he (Coleman)
asked me if I would be in-
terested in taking over the
boys," White said. "I said,
'By all means, I'd love to,'
because that's what I had
coached before (at Hol-
mes County and Vernon).
I'm interested now in tak-
ing this challenge, and I'm
real excited about coach-
ing the boys.
"I'm going to miss the
girls because it was prob-
ably one of my top years
coaching, not as far as the
record, but in seeing them
girls grow and learn the
game and watching them
get better and better and
better. They really bought
into the coaching."
Coleman is confident
that White will have the
same influence on the
* boys basketball team as
he did with the girls and
that he still has as the de-
fensive coordinator on the
football team and assistant
baseball coach.
"I believe Keith is go-
ing to move the program


"My biggest goal is to become a
family and become a team and it
spread throughout the school."

Keith White


in the right direction,"
Coleman said. "He has a
positive approach with the
kids. He's going to work
them very hard.,
"And hopefully through
Keith's direction, Keith is
going to get the program
back to where it needs to
be. I think he's going to
work well with players, the
parents and the commu-
nity and.get the program
back to the prominence it
used to (have) many years
ago."
White understands the
challenge in front of him.
His first priority goes
deeper than the Xs and Os
a coach draws up on a dry
erase board.
"The biggest challenge
I think is going to be mak-
ing sure they understand
- and I think it's school-
wide that we've got to
become more of a tight
knit-family and more
team-oriented instead of
having these players that
think they are pretty good


and they can go out there
and do it by themselves,"
White said. "Until we get
out of that and get a family
orientation and a team, we
are not going to grow very
good.
"My biggest goal is to
become a family and be-
come a team and it spread
throughout the school."
White is optimistic that
good things will happen
as that family mentality
takes shape.
"I see a lot of talent out
there and a lot of energy,"
he said. "The only thing I
ever ask them is out-hus-
tle every team you play. If
you are better than them,
the winning will take care
of itself.
"If you are equal, the
winning will take care of
itself. And some, of the
ones that are better than
you, you are going to beat
them just because you
out-hustled them. We are
going to play harder than
anybody we play."


Special to the News Bulletin

i BATON ROUGE Top-'
ranked LSU completed a
two-game sweep of No. 6
Rice with a 5-3 victory Sat-
urday afternoon in Alex Box
Stadium to advance to the-
College World Series for the
15th time in school history.
A record crowd of 9,651
was on hand to watch the
Tigers advance to Omaha in
its inaugural season at the
new stadium.
LSU (51-16) extended
its win streak to 10 games
and improved to 117-44 all-
time in NCAA Tournament
games, which is the highest
winning percentage (.727)
in tournament history. The
Tigers will be making back-
to-back trips to the CWS for
the first time since 2004.


LSU will face Virginia in its
CWS opener.
"Omaha, here come the
Tigers," said LSU coach
Paul Mainieri. "We're go-
ing to go up to Omaha and
I know our fans are going to
go up. We're going to have a
lot of fun up there. This year
we're going to go up there
with seven great ball clubs.
I figure one team has to win,
so it might as well be us.
We're going to go up there
with the idea that we're go-
ing to put another trophy in
the trophy case and give it
our best effort.
"I don't know if I feel
great or relieved. This has
been a real grind to get to
this point because this sea-
son started with such prom-
ise for our team. Our kids
have been under the mi-


croscope all year, and a lot
has been expected of them.
Theyjust are so remarkable
in their consistency, poise,
composure and how they
have been able to handle
those expectations. I'm just
so happy for all of them.
They deserve it. Now we get
to have a great experience
together in Omaha."
Designated hitter Blake
Dean, a 2006 Crestview
High School graduate, had
two hits on the afternoon.
Dean drilled a double
into the gap in left center to
put two men in scoring posi-
tion in LSU's two-run fifth
inning.
Dean later scored on a
wild pitch.
LSU won Friday's opener-
12-9. Dean collected two hits
and scored three runs,


NEWS & NOTES from page B1


Laurel Hill School by school
personnel and will run from
7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily, with
extended care available from
6:30 to 7:30 a.m. and 4 to 5
p.m. for an extra fee.
Session I 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 AmandaVarnum,
951-3693, varnumarrr@mail.
okaloosa.k l 2.us; or Karen
Rogers-Wooten, 305-2866,
or wootenk@ mail.okaloosa.
k I2.us.


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TOUGH YEAR: The Cresiview baseball team hopes for better days next season.

REVIEW from page B1


while the girls were still.
working to reach the top
of the standings on the
field, they easily attained
it in the classroom. The
CHS girls soccer pro-
gram received state rec-
ognition for team GPA.
Wresting produced
some of the finer" mo-
ments for the Bulldogs in
Jeff Fowler's final season
as coach. Fowler picked
up career duals win No.
100. Not to be outdone by-
his uncle, Nate Johnson
notched his 100th indi-
vidual victory.
Tennis star Moya
Moore took center stage
in the spring, winning the
district No. 1 singles title
and advancing to state.
Clint Lukert pow-
ered his way to the state
weightlifting meet.
Levi Hendrix repre-
sented the CHS boys and
Arquitia Jernigan the


CHS girls at the state
track and field meet. Hen-
drix finished 11th in the
shot. Jernigan, making
her final appearance be-
fore graduating, finished
14th in the discus.
It was a tough' spring
for the Bulldog baseball
team. In what can only be
described as "one of those
seasons," every bad thing
that could conceivably
happen to a team did. The
Bulldogs were hampered
by poor fielding and were
often unable to get the big
hit in a clutch situation.
. Crestview finished last
in District 1-5A and was
eliminated from the dis-
trict tournament in the
first round.
On a positive note, Da-
vid Pyle signed to accept
a scholarship from North-
west Florida State Col-
lege and will be patrolling
the outfield for the Raid-


ers next spring.
Things weren't much
better for the softball
team that, experienced a
lot of growing pains un-
der first-year coach Amy
Peters, the team's third
coach in three years. The
team did play better in
the latter stages of the
.season indicating that
brighter days might very
well be ahead.
There's no denying
that 2008-09 was a tough
year for Crestview athlet-
ics.
Just how the 2009-10
year turns out is any-
body's guess. There are
still some open coaching
slots that will go a long
way to answer sbme of
the questions about how
well the teams might do
in the future.
Only time will tell
how bright those futures
might be.


Thunderbirds blanked in opener


Will Parchman /
Florida Freedom Newspapers
The Northwest Florida
Falcons gave the Crest-
view Thunderbirds a
tough introduction to the
Premier Football League
on Saturday.
The Falcons leaned on
their veteran savvy and
superior athleticism in a
21-0 win at Davidson Mid-
dle School in the season
opener for both squads.
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their bumps just like we "Getting shut out is
did when we started out," always unpleasant," said
Falcons player-owner Crestview owner/player
Brian Lewis said. "They Thomas Gordon. "But get-
played a lot better than I ting beat 21-0 isn't a total
thought." embarrassment. They're
Saturday was Crest- a seasoned team."
view's first game in the The Falcons turned
amateur showcase league. a big play into a score
The Thunderbirds' offense in each of the first three
finished with minus-36 to- quarters.
tal yards. Crestview forced a pair
The Falcons scored of fumbles and intercepted
three times, but Crest- two passes deep in its own
view's defense held them 'territory. The Thunder-
to 244 yards, birds forced 10 punts.


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Business


Crestview News Bulletin I B3


Business BRIEFS


Covenant's Lisenbee
receives national
certification
Carol
Lisenbee,
Covenant
Hospice .
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ceived cer-
tification by
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certification
validates expertise in car-
ing for patients at end of life,
and indicates mastery of a
defined body of knowledge
focusing on the practice of
hospice and palliative care.
Obtaining this certification
demonstrates dedication to
professional development
and commitment to this
specialty practice.

Tax Collector's Office
employee honored
John Holguin, who is in
charge 'of localbusiness tax-
es for the Okaloosa County
Tax Collector's Office, was
sworn in last month as pres-
ident-elect of the Florida
Association of Business Tax
Officials (FABTO) during an
association meeting in Lake
Buena Vista.
Holguin will serve a two-
year term before he takes
the helm as president.

Record amount
collected in food drive.
The United Way of Oka-
loosa and Walton Coun-
ties' thanks local residents
who donated during the
Letter Carriers National
Food Drive May 9. A total of
14,749 pounds of food was
collected locally and distrib-
uted to 26 community food
banks and pantries.
'Americans generated a
record total of 73.4 million
pounds. of non-perishable
food from more than 10,000


cities and towns in all 50
states.
Letter carriers in Baker,
Crestview, Holt, Laurel Hill
and Eglin AFB are thanked
for picking up the food left at
mailboxes. The many food
drive volunteers also are
thanked for their support.

Applicants sought for
First District Court of


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Santa Rosa Beach, has been
awarded the SRA designa-
tion for appraisers involved
in the valuation and analysis
of residential real estate by
the Appraisal Institute.
The designation was
granted April 23. Mims was
honored during the Ap-
praisal Institute meeting at
Emerald Grande in Destin.
SRA appraisers have an
advanced level of expertise
and experience in the valua-
tion of single-family homes,
townhouses and residential
income properties of up to
and including four units.
The SRA designation is
earned upon the success-
ful completion of a gradu-
ate-level curriculum, which
includes a written demon-
stration appraisal report or
alternative and attaining
3,000 hours of qualifying
experience requirements.
Also, designees must abide
by both the appraisal pro-
fession's Uniform Standards
of Professional Appraisal
Practice (USPAP) and the
Appraisal Institute's Stan-
dards of Professional Prac-
tice and Code of Ethics.

TSC to sponsor
trail conversion
Tractor Supply- Com-
pany, which has a location
in Crestview, has recently
announced that it will serve
as the sponsor of an Ameri-
can Quarter Horse Associa-
tion (AQHA) trail conserva-
tion program scheduled to
launch in May.
Stewards for Trails, Edu-
cation and Partnerships
(STEP) will allow individu-
als to* submit trail conser-
vation project proposals
nationwide. A committee of
officials from AQHA, Trac-
tor Supply, Equestrian Land
Conservation Resource and
National Forest Service will
review each individual pro-
posal, select the projects
based on the potential for
impact on trail sustainability
and community involvement
and assist in organizing vol-
t I


unteers for the completion
of the approved projects.
Forms for submitting
projects and additional in-
formation can be found at
www.ridegreen.aqha.com.
Additional benefits of
STEP include helping na-
tional land managers recruit
volunteers for trail steward-
ship, educating equestrians
to be effective advocates
for trail stewardship, main-
taining goals for trails and
trailheads with land man-
agement, improving stew-
ardship of land owned by
horsemen adjacent to or
critical to national land, and
building and/or strengthen-
ing relationships between
local equestrian communi-
ties and land managers for
long-term stewardship of
trails, trailheads and camp-
grounds.

Tobacco license
renewal underway
Tobacco wholesalers,
distributors and exporters
can renew their licenses
through July 1, according to
the Department of Business
and Professional Regula-
tion. For convenient, online
renewal, licensees can visit
MyFloridaLicense.com and
click the "Renew/Maintain
Your License" link
To qualify, individuals
must be in compliance with
state tobacco laws and their
licenses must be current. If
licensees do not renewv by
the deadline, their licenses
will expire. They will have up
to 30 days after the renewal
date to renew by sending
in the license fee and the
late fee. After July 31, the
licensee' needs to submit
a "Request for Delinquent
Renewal Application" and
pay the license and late fee.
The mission of the divi-
sion of Alcoholic Beverages
and Tabacco isito keep al-
cohol and tobacco out of the
hands of underage persons,
to ensure that licensed es-
tablishments are in compli-
ance with the laws and rules


regulating the industry in
Florida, and to collect taxes
and fees related to these in-
dustries.
For more information,
please visit MyFloridaLi-
cense.com.

Gulf Power honored
Gulf Power has won the
U.S. Environmental Protec-
tion Agency's 2009 Energy
Star Leadership in Housing
Award for the utility's pro-
motion of energy efficiency
programs.
Gulf Power helps home-
builders include. energy
efficiency measures and
equipment into new and
existing homes through its
EarthCents Home and En-
ergy Star programs so ho-
meowners can save money
and help protect the envi-
ronment.
To be certified as Energy
Star, a home must meet
certain strict guidelines
for energy efficiency set by
the EPA. These homes are
typically 15 percent more
efficient than homes built to
local building codes.
"We're proud of this rec-
ognition by the US. Environ-
mental Protection Agency,"
said Sandy Sims, Gulf Power
Public Affairs manager.

Baldree attends
global conference
Joan Baldree, vice presi-
dent of operations and re-
locations for Pelican Real
Estate, recently attended
the 2009 Leading Real Es-
tate Companies of the World
conference at the Westin
Kierland Resort & Spa in
Scottsdale, Ariz. The event
attracted top real estate
brokers, managers, reloca-
tion professionals, sponsors
and guests from the U.S.
and eight countries around
the world.
Conference highlights
include a keynote presenta-
tion from Ken Lowe, presi-
dent and CEO of Scripps
Network Interactive and the


vision behind the founding
of HGTV one of the most
successful ventures in cable
television. Other featured
speakers included author
and career coach Mike
Staver; technology innova-
tor Matthew Ferrara, and
national trainer and indus-
try analyst Steve Harney.

Affordable housing
redevelopment
handbook available
The Florida Redevelop-
ment Agency has released
"Affordable Housing Tools
at a Glance: Practical Expe-
riences, Lessons Learned
and Successful Advice," as
a resource for community
seeking ways to provide af-
fordable housing for local
citizens and workforces. It
can be downloaded free of
charge at www.redevelop-
ment.net by scanning down
to "FRA Housing Report,"
and clicking on "CRA Hous-
ing Handbook."

EDU chairman
invited to National
Security Forum
Dr. Paul Hsu, the Eco-
nomic Development Coun-
cil's 2009 fiscal year chair-
man, accepted a personal
invitation from the Sec-
retary of the Air Force to
attend the May 18-22, 56th
Annual National Security
Forum (NSF) at the Air War
College, Maxwell Air Force
Base, Ala. Dr. Hsu is the
founder of Manufacturing
Technology, Inc., MTI, Total
Parts Plus, Inc., ActiGraph,
LLC, and Hsu Enterprises
Group, LLC. The purpose of
NSF is to expose influential'
citizens to senior U.S. and
international officers and
civilian equivalents in'order
to engage each other's ideas
and perspectives on Air
Force, national and interna-
tional security issues.
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plications to fill the vacancy
resulting from the retire-
ment of Judge Edwin B.
Browning, Jr., effective Sep-
tember 30. The JNC seeks
and encourages a broad,
well qualified pool of appli-
cants, consistent with Gov.
Charlie Crist's belief that
"our state judges should re-
flect the racial, gender and
geographic diversity of the
people that they serve."
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ies of the completed appli-
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must be delivered to Peter
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St., Suite 600, Tallahassee,
FL 32301, no later than 5
p.m. on June 24. The JNC
must provide Gov. Crist with
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Business


Wednesday, June 10, 2009


Chamber

CALENDAR

Upcoming Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce activities:
The Ambassadors Commit-
tee meets Thursday at 8 a.m. at
the chamber.
The Education Committee is
scheduled to meet June 16 at 8:30
a.m. at the chamber.
The PILOT young profession-
als committee will hold an after
hours meeting at 5:30 p.m. June 16
at Bamboo Sushi Bar and Hibachi
Express. Cost is $10.95 for food and
two drinks. The PILOT committee
is designed for area young profes-
sionals ages 21-41.
The Governmental Issues
Committee will meet June 23 at
8 a.m. at the chamber. Okaloosa
County Commissioner John Jan-
nazo is scheduled to speak. Future
meetings of the Governmental Is-
sues Committee will be on the sec-
ond Wednesday of the month.
The Health and Wellness
Committee will meet July 7 at 8
a.m. at the Chamber. The group
will begin planning for the annual
community health fair that will
take place in November.
Members of the Military Af-
fairs Committee will meet July 14
at Ryan's. Lunch begins at 10:45
a.m. and the meeting begins at
11:15 a.m. Contact the chamber to
inquire about membership on this
committee.
'* There will be no chamber
breakfast meeting in July.
The chamber's annual instal-
lation of officers dinner is 6 p.m.
June 25 at the Crestview Commu-
nity Center.
For information about any of
these committees or events, or to
join the chamber, call 682-3212.


NEW donates to HOPE Network


NEW DONATES TO
HOPE NETWORK:
From left are
Tammy Ford,
NEW Corp. senior
human relations
representative
John Parrort
HOPE Network
operations and
emergency funds
manager; and
Diane Mamaza,
HOPE Network
board member
and NEW Corp
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care manager.


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Business


Crestview News Bulletin I B5


Local promotions company receives national award


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BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin,
RIBBON CUTTING: The Crestview Area Chamber of
Commerce held a ribbon cutting on June 2 for
the first phase of Rocky Bayou Christian School's
Crestview campus. The local branch of the
academically acclaimed school will begin this fall
with two pre-kindergarten classes located in the
Central Baptist Church school building.


Special to the News Bulletin
The Vernon Company of New-
ton, Iowa, recently presented its
annual Galaxy Award to Karen
Phillips, president and owner
of So. Tier INK of Crestview,
and her client, Unity House, an
agency that is provided fund-
ing through the New York State
Food Consortium.
So. Tier INK is a Vernon
Company Dealer and was cho-
sen as the 2008 Silver recipi-
ent of this' prestigious award.
Phillips' talents, in developing
and implementing promotional
product programs were recog-
nized through this high honor.
The Vernon Circle of Stars Gal-
axy Award is an annual competi-
tion that recognizes outstanding
use of promotional products in
a client's marketing and corpo-
rate branding program.
Phillips began her philan-
thropic interest with her local
food bank in New York where
she is originally from back in
2000, when she joined Kiwanis
as their secretary. She met the
local food bank president and
began doing business together.
This relationship resulted in a
statewide opportunity to work


with other agencies that receive
annual funding through the NY
State Food Consortium. Togeth-
er Phillips and Unity House Nu-
trition Outreach and Education
Coordinator Beverly Hickman
began a year-long campaign us-
ing creative promotional items
that would enhance and pro-
mote food stamp screening and
application growth.
Phillips developed strong
ideas with the use of kitchen
utensils. The use of promotional
products at community outreach
events increased the interest
tremendously. The creative
designs So. Tier Ink provided
Unity House made the company
rise to a level of achievement.
Phillips has been asked to be
a guest speaker at a fall confer-
ence in Albany, N.Y, to present
material on promotional leader-
ship.
So. Tier INK is an award-win-
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What's Happening


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
W O! U N D
PREVENTION
IN-SERVICE: An
in-service on "Wound
Prevention" by Emerald
Coast Hospice will be
presented June 10 at 2
p.m. ay Parthenon Health
Care at 1849 E. First Ave. in
Crestview. RSVP by calling
689-0300
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.
HOBO RECREATION
CAMP: The Laurel Hill
Hobo Recreation Camp
offers a safe learning
and physical activity
environment for kids from
kindergarten through


eighth grade. Campers
will play sports including
basketball, volleyball,
baseball and bowling.
Hobo Recreation Camp
will be conducted at Laurel
Hill School by school
personnel and will run
from 7:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.
daily, with extended care
available from 6:30 to 7:30
a.m. and 4 to 5 p.m. for an
extra fee.
Session 1 runs 'June
10-30 at a rate of $150;
Session 2 runs July 6-31
for $200. Daily rate is $10;
weekly rates are $50 per
child. Discounts are offered
for two or more children
registered from the same
household.
For more information,
contact Amanda Varnum,
951-3693, varnumam@
mail.okaloosa.kl2.us; or
Karen Rogers-Wooten, 305-
2866, or wootenk@ mail.
okal6osa.kl2.us.
PUBLIC FUND-,
RAISER: Produce for Kids
and Publix are teaming up
to create miracles for kids
at Sacred Heart Children's
Hospital. Through July 1,
you can buy designated
fresh produce at.all Publix
stores, and those funds will
directly benefit Children's


Miracle Network hospitals.
Details: Courtney
O'Brien-Pate, Children's
Miracle Network
coordinator, (850) 416-4665.
WORK OUT WITH
ROTC: ROTC at
Northwest Florida State
College is opening its
summer physical training
program to high school age
students and the public,
free of charge. Youths
and adults of any athletic
ability, who are at least 16
years of age, are invited
to join the college's ROTC
program students for
circuit training, upper body
and abdominal training,
cardio training, stretching,
running and team sports
on Tuesday-Thursday
from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m.
from June 9 to August 13
at the ROTC building on
the Niceville campus (west
end of campus by the ball
fields).
Instructors will do an
evaluation the first day a
person attends to place
participants in a group that
matches their abilities.
Participants do not need
to attend each session.
Participation is free of
charge, but individuals
must complete a non-credit


registration form, available
at any campus location or
on the college website at
www.nwfstatecollege.edu.
Appropriate gym attire is
required. Details: Capt.
David Avallone, 729-6022, or
avallond@nwfstatecollege.
edu.
RED CROSS
CLASSES: in Okaloosa
County include:
June 10, 10:30 a.m. to
3 p.m. First Aid with CPR-
Adult.
June 12, 5 p.m. to 9:30
p.m. Pet First Aid.
June 23 and 25 split
class, 6 to 9 p.m. (split
class) CPR-Adult, Child &
Infant.
June 19 8:30 to 11:30
a.m. CPR-Child & Infant.
June 26, 6-10 p.m. CPR/
AED-Adult.
June 20, 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. CPR/AED for the
Professional Rescuer.
June 27, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Babysitter's Training.
To register call
1 (800) 773-7620 ext. 0 or
visit www.YourRedCross.'
org.
L I F E L IN E
SCREENING: North
Okaloosa residents can be
screened to reduce their
risk of having a. stroke or


bone fracture on June
18 at Live Oak Baptist
Church, 4565 Live Oak
Church Road, Crestview.
Appointments begin at 9
a.m. Preregistration is
required.
A package offering the
four vascular screens and
one bone density test costs
around $140, but prices
vary by package.
For details or to
schedule an appointment,
call 1-800-697-9721 or visit
www.lifelinescreening.
com.
COLLEGE ON 4-DAY
WORKWEEK: Classes
and most college services
began a four-day week
June 1 at Northwest
Florida State College for
the months of June and
July. Most college services
are closed on Fridays. The
expanded business hours
for five of the college's
six locations, including
Niceville, Fort Walton,
Crestview, DeFuniak
Springs and Hurlburt Field,
will be from 7:30 a.m. to 6
p.m. Monday to Thursday
and will provide more
hours for services such as
registration, advising and
financial aid. The college's
LearningResourcesCenter


will maintain their regular
hours and continue to be
open on Fridays, as will the
'college's center at Eglin
Air Force Base. Payment
of fees, registration for
classes and other college
services are also available
around the clock through
the college website at www.
nwfstatecollege.edu.
The Mattie Kelly Arts
Center Box Office on the
Niceville campus will be
open Monday through
Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Patrons may continue to
purchase tickets to select
shows online at www.
mattiekellyartscenter.org
seven, days a week.
EXHIBITORS
INVITED: Area. artist
and craft exhibitors are
invited to participate in
the Indoor Yard and Craft
Sale June 20 in Crestview.
Indoor or outdoor booth
space registration is $20.
Please send the fee and
information on what you
will be selling to: Okaloosa
HCE, 5479 Old Bethel Road,
Crestview, FL 32536-5513.
Space is available inside
and outside. Call early for
best location. Details: 689-
5850 or 729-1400, ext. 5850.


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War returnees, families to soak up enhanced R&R program


United States Air Force Reserve of Deployment Cycle Sup-
news release port manages the program
for reservists. Yellow Rib-
DUKE FIELD Air Force Re- bon DCS officials at individ-
servists from Duke Field's ual wings execute their own
919th Special Operations programs at the local level.
Wing who return from de- The YRRP mandates that
ployments will find their deployment support and
homecomings more welcom- reintegration programs be
ing than ever, thanks to a provided in all phases of de-
new Department of Defense ployment: pre-deployment,
support program, deployment and post deploy-
And that's just part of the ment.
picture. During pre-deployment,
Under a congressional di- support activities focus on
rective included in the 2007 providing education about
Defense Appropriations Act, benefits and ensuring the
Reserve and National Guard readiness of members, their
units must -provide their unit, their families, employ-
members and families with ers and affected commu-
enhanced deployment sup- nity entities for the rigors
port and reintegration pro- of combat deployment and
grams. The Yellow Ribbon family separation.
Reintegration Program was The deployment phase
created to ease the stresses continues to focus on the
of military service, especial- challenges of the separation
ly focused on deployments period and ensures family
and long separations that members are aware of their
go hand-in-hand with such entitlements throughout the
worldwide commitments. experience.
Headquarters Air Force The busiest YRRP phase
Reserve Command's Office occurs during post-deploy-


ment events programmed to
occur at the 30-, 60- and 90-
day milestones after airmen
return home from overseas.
At each milestone, they and
their families are treated to
virtually all-expense-paid
special events.
For more than 30 recent
Duke Field returnees and
their families, the first lo-
cal 30-day post-deployment
event took place May 30 and
31 at the Hilton Hotel on
Pensacola Beach.
They soaked up the relax-
ation of a free weekend ho-
tel stay while being offered a
wide array of support-relat-
ed counseling, information'
and resources, all geared
toward gradually transition-
ing them back to civilian life.
Even meals, child care and
travel costs to and from the
site will be paid for by the
government.
A vast umbrella of mili-
tary and community support
agencies literally packed
several of the hotel's con-
vention rooms. A full itiner-


ary of workshops even
a dance class was been
planned for both days.
''We're taking a proac-
tive stance on getting our
members and their families
reconnected," said Master
Sgt. Michael Morgan, DCS
for the 919th SOW. "We're
combining our efforts with
nation's Guard and Reserve
as a joint program. In fact,
our first event has some
Army and Naval reservists
attending."
Col. Jon Weeks, 919th
SOW commander, was
scheduled to kick off the
first event with opening
remarks highlighting the
YRRP's mission and ob-
jectives. In addition to this
weekend's event, two other
similar events are slated for
July 18-19 and Sept. 19-20
in Pensacola. A combined
event for Duke Field, along
with Tyndall, Patrick and
Homestead Air Force Bas-
es, is scheduled for Aug. 15-
16 at Walt Disney World in
Orlando.


BACK IN THE GROOVE
"Getting Back in the Groove" was
the theme of Duke Field's first ever
Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program
(YRRP) event May 30 and 31. This
Department of Defense program is
intended to help National Guard
and Reserve merfiber's readjust to
their civilian lives after spending lime
deployed overseas. The event was
held at the Pensacola Beach Hilton
Hotel. More than 30 airmen and their
family members stayed for free.
Topics for the event included
financial management, marriage
enrichment, veteran benefits and
others. The Fred Astaire Dance
Studio of Crestview volunteered to
demonstrate how dancing can be used
as a tool to exercise, to relieve stress,
as an activity for kids while a parent is
away and to relight the spark between
couples after a long deployment.
Reserve members and their families
got to watch professional dance
performances. Many volunteered to
learn the Salsa, Waltz and Rumba.


Better Business Bureau: What to do if your local auto dealer closes


Better Business Bureau

Both Chrysler 'and' General
Motors have announced they
are effectively closing a total of
nearly 2,000 dealerships across
the country by not renewing
their franchising contracts.
Chrysler announced it will
terminate 798 franchise agree-
ments across the U.S. this
month, affecting approximately
four million customers who
bought or serviced their cars.
And GM has announced that it
will not renew agreements with
1,100 U.S. dealers.
"Locally, Chrysler and GM
customers will be affected by
dealer closings and it's impor-
tant to minimize .confusion,"
said Norman Wright, president


and CEO of your Better Busi-
ness Bureau serving northwest
Florida. "Owners might have to
drive farther to get service and
may face larger issues such as
getting stuck with payments for
a vehicle they traded in."
In light of the announce-
ments, your BBB answers com-
mon questions about dealer
closings:
Q: How did Chrysler and
GM decide which dealers to
close?
A: Chrysler and GM indicat-
ed their decisions were based
on customer satisfaction, sales
performance and market over-
saturation. Chrysler and GM
will still have a large number of
dealers. By 2010, Chrysler will
/


have 2,411 dealers and GM aims
to have 3,600, compared to the
current 1,304 Honda dealers and
1,470 Toyota dealers in the U.S.
Q: When will the affected
dealers close their doors?
A: The affected Chrysler deal-
ers will not have their franchise
agreements renewed effective
June 9, 2009. To date, 1,100 GM
dealers have received letters
notifying them that GM will not
renew their agreement. Most of
those will see their contract ex-
pire in October 2010.
Q: Where can I find out
which dealers are closing?
A: Chrysler has made its list
of dealer closings public, avail-
able on the Wall Street Journal's


Web site: http://graphicsweb.wsj.
com/php/CARDEALERS0905.
html
GM hasn't released an official
list yet but some dealers have
already received the bad news.
Q: Will my warranty or ex-
teaded warranty be affected?
A: A warranty or extended
warranty is offered by the au-
tomaker, not the dealer. .Both
Chrysler and GM have indicat-
ed that they are committed to
honoring their manufacturer's
warranty 'despite declaring
bankruptcy. Extended auto war-
ranties are backed by a sepa-
rate company that is affiliated
with, but not financially tied to,
the company manufacturing thee
vehicles.


Q: How will I know where to
take my car for service?
A: Both Chrysler and GM
warranties will be honored by
any respective certified dealer.
Q: What if the dealer closes
its doors without paying off
the loan on my trade-in?
A: While a dealer is supposed
to pay off the loan on a vehicle.
they accept for a trade-in, they
might not if they go out of busi-
ness. If this happens, the origi-
nal owner could still be liable for
making payments or the lender
could go after the person who
bought the used car from the
dealer.
While rare, it can happen.
Some states have created funds
to reimburse victims.


Troy speakers bureau now heard in Crestview


Special to the News Bulletin
Troy. University has announced its,
Florida Area Speakers Bureau has ex-
panded to include Crestview in its pri-
mary coverage area.
Troy's Florida Area Speakers Bureau
provides guest speakers at no charge for
clubs and organizations.


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events always
online
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Business, criminal justice, education,
government and politics, environmental
'issues, leadership, organizational ethics
and contracting are among the topics
Troy's speakers can address.
For more information or to request
a speaker, call 850-301-2143 or 850-301-
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Or e-mail a request to fwb@troy.edu.


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809/151
1100 Legal Advertising Parcel ID#:
1110 classified Notices 20-3N-23-0830-0004-
1120 Public Notices/
Announcements 0110 Opening Bid:
1125 Carpools & $18,195.78
Rideshare All of said property be-
1130 Adoptions ing in the County of
1140 Happy Ads Okaloosa, State of Flor-
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redeemed according to
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10 cate will be sold to the
highest bidder. in the
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Room at the Okaloosa
NOTICE OF APPLICA- County Courthouse,
TION FOR TAX DEED Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
TDA Case .#: 2009 TD June 23; 2009.
000079 C
Dated this 13th day of
Notice is hereby given May, 2009.
that Alliance Holdings,
LLC, as holder of the DON W. HOWARD
following certificate, CLERK OF THE CIR-
has filed said certificate CUIT COURTS
for a Tax Deed to be' is- By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
sued thereon. The cer- uty Clerk
tificate number and
year of issuance, the 05/20/09
name in which the 05/27/09
property is assessed 06/03/09
and the description of 06/10/09
the property is as fol-
lows:
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Certificate # 1206' of .


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

Legal # 100607
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000076 S
Notice is hereby given
that MTAG Cust' For
Overland, as holder of
the following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
'sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the' property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate #11068 of
2006 Assessed to:
ABRAHAM EVANS OR
QUITINA RICE
Description: Com NW
cor of NE1/4 of SW1/4
E305 ft N997 ft to POB
N109 ft E155 ft to POB,
etc.
Parcel ID#:
09-2S-24-0000-0062-
0270 Opening Bid:
$3,725.86
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.', .
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
June 23, 2009.
Dated this 13th day of
May, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk

05/20/09
05/27/09
06/03/09
06(10/09


Legal # 100608
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000078 C
Notice is hereby given
that C Scott or Mary H
'Stewart, as holder of
the following certificate,
has filed said certificate
for a Tax Deed to be is-
sued thereon. The cer-
tificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the
property is assessed
and the description of
the property is as fol-
lows:
Certificate # 1521, of
2002 Assessed to:
JOHN HENDERSON
Description: BEG 137.5
FT S OF NE CORN OF
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 W 100
FT S92.5 FT E 100 FT
N 92.5 FT TO BEG
984/576
Parcel ID#:
20-3N-23-0000-0018-
0000 Opening Bid:
$5,053.17
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
cate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the
BCC Board Meeting
.Room. at. the Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
June 23, 2009.
Dated this 13th day of
May, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
uty Clerk
05/20/09
05/27/09
06/03/09
06/10/09

Legal # 100609
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED
TDA Case #: 2009 TD
000075 C
Notice is hereby given
that The Cullen Family
Revocable Trust, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate
number and year of is-
suance, the name in
which the property is


assessed and the de- jriess ih.- ,erlh-nalie is case, including
scription of the prop- redeemed according to orders, are available
erty is as follows: law, the property de- at the Clerk of the Cir-
Certificate # 2656 of scribed in the certifi- cuit Court's office.
2002 Assessed to: cate will be sold to the You may review these
JOSEPH H. & KIM B. highest bidder in the documents upon re-
MCKINNEY BCC Board Meeting quest
Description: SYLVANIA Room at the Okaloosa,
HEIGHTS S/D BLOCK County Courthouse, You must keep the
5 Lot 4 Crestview, Florida at Clerk of the Circuit
Parcel ID#: 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Court's office notified
09-2S-24-244A-0005- June 23, 2009. of your current ad-
0040 Opening Bid: dress. (You may file
$27,768.43 Dated this 13th day of Notice of current Ad-
All of said property be- May, 2009. dress, Florida Su-
ing in the. County of preme Court Ap-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- DON W. HOWARD proved Family Law
ida. CLERK OF THE CIR- form 12.915.) Future
Unless the certificate is CUIT COURTS papers in this lawsuit
redeemed according to By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- will be mailed to the
law, the property de- uty Clerk address on record at
scribed in the certifi- the clerk's office.
cate will be sold to the 05/20/09
highest bidder in the 05/27/09 WARNING: Rule
BCC Board Meeting 06/03/09 12.285,. Florida Family
Room at the Okaloosa 06/10/09 Law Rules of Proce-
County Courthouse, dure, requires certain
Crestview, Florida at automatic disclosure
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Legal # 100623 of documents and in-
June 23, 2009. formation. Failure to
IN THE CIRCUIT -comply can result in
Dated this 13th day of COURT OF THE sanctions, including
May, 2009. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- dismissal or striking
CUIT IN AND FOR pleadings.
DON W. HOWARD OKALOOSA COUNTY,
CLERK OF THE CIR- FLORIDA CASE NO: DATED: 5-29-09
CUlT COURTS 2009-DR2968-C DIVW-
By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep- SION TK CLERK OF THE CIR-
uty Clerk CUIT COURT
STEPHEN ) b. BY: Kitty Sims
05/20/09 LUGENBEEL,
05/27/09 Petitioner, 06/03/09
06/03/09 06/10/09
06/10/09 and 06/17/09
06/24/09
PONG C. LUGENBEEL
Legal # 100611 Respondent.
NOTICE OF APPLICA- AMENDED NOTICE Legal # 100642
TION FOR TAX DEED OF ACTION FOR DIS- IN THE CIRCUIT
SOLUTION OF MAR- COURT OF THE
TDA Case #: 2009 TD .RIAGE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
000077 C CUlT OF FLORIDA IN
TO: PONG C. AND FOR OKALOOSA
Notice is hereby given LUGENBEEL COUNTY FLORIDA
that MTAG Cust For LAST KNOWN AD- PROBATE DIVISION
Kirkcudbright, as DRESS: ORLANDO, CASENO.: 2009CP
holder of the following FLORIDA 000414
certificate, has filed
said certificate for a Tax YOU ARE NOTIFIED IN RE: ESTATE OF
Deed to be issued that an action has been EMMA LEE JOHNSON.
thereon. The certificate filed against you and Deceased.
number and year of is-! you are required to
suance, the name in serve a copy of your AMENDED NO TICE
which the property is written defenses, if any, TO CREDITORS
assessed and the de- to it on STEPHEN D.
scription of the prop- LUGENBEEL, whose TO ALL PERSONS
erty is as follows: address is 3975 Painter HAVING CLAIMS OR
Certificate # 2353 of Branch Rd, Crestviw Fl. DEMANDS AGAINST
2006 Assessed to: 32539, on or before THE ABOVE ESTATE:
LARRY NICHOLS July 9, 2009, and file
D e s c r i pt iI o n : the original with the You are hereby notified
OAKCREST F/G PLAT clerk of this Court at that an Order of Sum-
5 BEG NW COR L1 101 E. James Lee Blvd. mary Administration
E320 FT S279.43 FT Crestview, FL 32536 has been entered in the
E200 FT TO 'BEG E200 before service on Peti- Estate of EMMA LEE
FT S223.42 FT W200 tioner or immediately JOHNSON, deceased,
FT N223.42 FT TO BEG thereafter. If you fail to File Number 2009 CP
Parcel D10#: do so, a default may 000414 by the Circuit
27-4N-23-1822-0000- be entered against Court for Okaloosa
002B Opening Bid: you for the relief de- County, Florida, Pro-
$38,098.14 manded in the peti- bate Division; the ad-
All of said property be- tion., dress of which is 101
ing in the County of E o w s 10
Okaloosa, State of Flor- Copies of all court East James .Lee Boule-
ida. documents In' thisvard,' Post Office
Drawer 1359, Crest-


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1.:. Fi.:-.rIa C32 36,
that the decedent's
date of death was Jan-
uary 13, 2008; that the
total value of the estate
is 49,606.00,and that
the names and ad-
dresses of those to
whom it has been as-
signed by such- order
are:
GARY L. JOHNSON
3180 Palmetta Avenue
Crestview, Florida
32539,
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the es-
tate of the decedent
and persons having
claims or demands
against the estate of
the decedent other
than those for whom
provision for payment
was made in the Order
of Summary Adminis-
tration must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE TIME PE-
RIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PRO-
BATE CODE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
ANY OTHER APPLICA-
BLE TIME PERIOD,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) OR MORE
YEARS AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE IS JUNE
3, 2009
'ATTORNEY FOR PER-
SON GIVING NOTICE'
BEN L. HOLLEY
RO. Box 1238
Crestview, Florida
32536
850-682-2336
FLA BAR# 0036838
PERSON GIVING NO-
TICE:
GARY L. JOHNSON "
3180 Palmetta Avenue
Crestview, FL 32539
06/03/09
06/10/09


Legal # 100644
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF-THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CHASE HOME FI-
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.
08-CA-46C
vs.
DIVISION
JOHN SCOTT,BURKE,
et al,
Defendant(s).


ejayska
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 Jafnes
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
06/10/09
06/17/09


Legal # 100647
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
08-CA-552-C DIVI-
SION:
VANDERBILT MORT-
GAGE AND FINANCE,
INC., a/d/b/a VANDER-
BILT MORTGAGE, As-
signee of CMH
HOMES, INC. d/b/a/
CLAYTON HOMES, ,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
LARRY BRUCE TOLES
a/k/a BRUCE TOLES;
MELISSA T. WILLIAMS
a/k/a MELISSA TOLES;
NORTH OKALOOSA
NORTH OKALOOSA
MEDICAL CENTER;
and EVA MAE ROB-
ERTSON,
DEFENDANTS.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby
given that, pursuant to
the Order Directing
Clerk to Reschedule
Foreclosure Sale in this
cause, in the Circuit
Court of Okaloosa
County, Florida, I will
sell the. property situ-
ated in Okaloosa
County, Florida de-
scribed as:- '
Commencing at the
SW cornerof the SW
1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec-
tion 32, Township 6
North, Range 22
West; thence run
North a distance of
420 feet; thence run
East a distance of 630
feet to the Point of be-
ginning; thence con-
tinue East a distance
of 210 feet; thence


NOTICE OF FOE- Norm th 210 feet; then
CLOSURE SALE run West 210 fee
thence run South 21
NOTICE IS HEREBY feet to the Point of b
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ginning, container
nal Judgment of Mort- one acre, more
gage Foreclosure less.
dated May 27, 2009
and entered in Case And which postal a
No. 08-CA-46C of the dress is:
Circuit Court of' the 3824 Willie Earl S
FIRST Judicial Circuit Drive, Laurel Hill, F
in and for OKALOOSA 32567.
County, Florida And which includes th
wherein CHASE HOME following property:
FINANCE LLC, is the 2001, 60 ft laytc
Plaintiff and JOHN WAYC Mobile Hom
SCOTT BURKE; ANY Serial Nc
AND ALL UNKNOWN WHCO11352GA, Tit
PARTIES CLAIMING No. 85347076
BY, THROUGH, 'UN-
DER, AND AGAINST at public Sale, tot
THE HEREIN NAMED highest bidder, fc
INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- cash, at the fror
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT south door, Okalool
KNOWN TO BE DEAD County Courthouse
OR ALIVE, WHETHER 101 James Lee BIv
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- East, Ctestvile
TIES MAY CLAIM AN Okaloosa Count
INTEREST AS Florida, at 11:00 asr
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- (C.S.T.) on 29 day
VISEES, GRANTEES, June, 2009.
OR OTHER CLAIM- ANY PERSON CLAII
ANTS; T, MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGIS- ING AN INTEREST I
TRATION SYSTEMS, THE SURPLUS FRO
INCORPORATED, AS .THE SALE, IF AN
NOMINEE FOR GMAC OTHER THAN TH
MORTGAGE, LLC; are PROPERTY OWNE
the Defendants, I will AS OF THE DATE
sell to the highest and THE LIS PENDEN
best bidder for cash at MUST FILE A CLAI
CRESTVIEW: IN WITHIN 60 DAYS A
FRONT OF CLERK'S TER THE SALE.
FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOO A COUNTY WITNESS my hand ar
COURTHOUSE at the Seal of this Co
11:00AM, on the 23 day this 1, day of Jun
of June, 2009, the for- 2009.
lowing described prop- THE
erty as set forth in said CLERK OF THE CI
Final Judgment: CUlT COURT
By: Viki Jackson
LOTS 10, BLOCK 4, Deputy Clerk
OAKDALE MINIA- .H
TURE FARMS Mark J. Home, Esu
RESUBDIVISION OF 233 East Bay Strei
LOTS 14 AND 15 suite 720.. .
BLOCK 13, ACCORD- Jacksonville, Fori
ING TO THE MAP OR 32202'
PLAT THEREOF AS 904-358-1666 ..
RECORDED IN PLAT Attorney for Plaintiff
BOOK 2, PAGE 119,
PUBLIC RECORDS 06/10/09
OF OKALOOSA 06/17/09
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 1033 VAL- Legal # 100648
LEY ROAD, CREST-
VIEW, FL 325360000 IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
n Any person claim- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR
ing interest In the CUT, IN AND FOR
surplus from the sale, THE OKALOOSA
if any, other than the COUNTY, FLORIDA
property owner as of I CASE NO.: ,
the date of the Lis 2009-CP-00589 C
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) IN RE: ESTATE OF
days after the sale. ELEANOR AUSTIN,
Deceased.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this NOTICE TO CREDI-
Court on June 1, 2009. TORS
Don W. Howard The administration
Clerk of the Circuit the estate of Elean
Court ; Austin decease
By:Viki Jackson whose date of dea
Deputy Clerk was April 24, 2009,
pending in the Circi
Publish in Crestview Court for Okaloos
News Bulletin County, Florida, Pr
Invoice To: Florida De- bate Division, the a
fault Law Group, RL. dress of which is 11
RO. BoX 25018 James Lee Bouleva
Tampa, Florida East, Crestview, Florid
33622-5018 32536. The person
F 0 7 0 6 6 0 9 2 representative's and tl
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dresses are set forth
below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF. THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
TIME OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with -this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN THE FLOR-
IDA STATUTES WILL
BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED. .

The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
June 10, 2009.
GILLIS E. POWELL, JR
FLORIDA BAR NO.:
183427
POWELL, POWELL, &
POWELL
POST OFFICE BOX
277
CRESTVIEW FLORIDA
32536
850-682-2757
ATTORNEY FOR PER-
SONAL REPRESENTA-
TIVE

WILLIE A. BROXSON
1447 Aaron Baker
Road (RO. Box 359)
Baker Florida 32531
PERSONAL REPRE-
SENTATIVE
06/10/09
06/17/09

Legal # 100649
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
INDYMAC BANK,
F.S.B.,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.
46-2008-CA-001199
vs.
DIVISION
CHRISTOPHER
EILERTSEN, et al, ,
Defendantss.


NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
May 28, 2009 and en-
tered in Case NO.
46-2008-CA-001199 of
the-Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein INDYMAC
BANK, F.S.B., is. the
Plaintiff and CHRISTO-
PHER EILERTSEN;
BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A.; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to 'the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at CREST-
VIEW; SOUTH FRONT
DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF 'SHALIMAR
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 29 day of June,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment: \


i LOT 105, DURANGO
rt WINDS, ACCORDING
ur TO THE PLAT
a, THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 16,
R- PAGE(S) 6, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS
OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

at, A/K/A 130 DU-
dRANGO ROAD #105,
a DESTIN, FL 32541

Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other .than the. property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
-' Court on June 1, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
of 33622-5018
or .F 0 8 0 1 1 8 3 5
d, FIDINDYMAC-CONV-B-r
th harnig
IS **See Americans with
Jit Disabilities Act
sa IMPORTANT
ro-
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da with disabilities need-
nal ing special accommo-
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.. .. 1"103 i ., 1103 ..,' .,r^,10 .3.,_ .,. I
*'r,, ..,'-_.-..-..3,r -.uld *jOTI:E I: HEHhE b 'u ,I,1Clr, n ir.Ii
contact Court Adminis- NOTICE OF FORE- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Deputy Clerk'
traction at 101 James CLOSURE SALE nal Judgment of Mort-
Lee Boulevard East gage Foreclosure 06/10/09
Crestview, FL, NOTICE IS HEREBY dated May 29, 2009 06/17/09
32536-3515; telephone GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- and entered in Case
number (850) nal Judgment of Mort- No. 2007 CA 005849 S
689-5000, Extension gage Foreclosure of the Circuit Court of Legal # 100654
7497, prior to the pro- dated May 29, 2009 the FIRST Judicial Cir-
ceeding. or Shalimar and entered in Case cuit in and for IN THE CIRCUIT
(850) 651-7497 No. 2007 CA 004933 S OKALOOSA County, COURT OF THE
of the Circuit Court of Florida wherein HSBC FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
IMPORTANT the FIRST Judicial Cir- BANK (USA), is the CUIT IN AND FOR
cuit in and for Plaintiff and NELTON OKALOOSA COUNTY,
In accordance with OKALOOSA County, MACHADO SR; PATRI- FLORIDA CIVIL AC-
the Americans with Dis- Florida wherein HSBC CIA MACHADO; ANY TION CASE NO.
abilities Act, persons BANK USA, NATIONAL AND ALL UNKNOWN 2007-CA-005948 S DI-
with disabilities need- ASSOCIATION, AS PARTIES CLAIMING VISION
ing special accommo- TRUSTEE (THE BY, THROUGH; UN-
dation to participate in TRUSTEE) OF J.R DER, AND AGAINST US BANK NATIONAL
this proceeding should MORGAN ALTERNA- THE HEREIN NAMED ASSOCIATION, AS
contact Court Adminis- TIVE LOAN TRUST INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- TRUSTEE FOR
tration at 1250 N. Eglin 2006-A7 (THE TRUST), ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT CITIGROUP MORT-
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, is the Plaintiff and KNOWN TO BE DEAD GAGE LOAN TRUST
32579; telephone num- RICHARD L. BASHAM; OR ALIVE, WHETHER 2006-WFHE3,
ber (850) 651-7497, ANY AND ALL UN- SAID UNKNOWN PAR- Plaintiff
prior to the proceeding. KNOWN PARTIES TIES MAY CLAIM AN
06/10/09 CLAIMING BY, INTEREST AS vs.
06/17/09 THROUGH, UNDER, SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
AND AGAINST THE VISEES, GRANTEES, JANET L. CONNELLY,
-- .HEREIN NAMED INDI- OR OTHER CLAIM- metal,
Legal# 1 5 VIDUAL DEFEND- ANTS; MORTGAGE Defendants)
Legal. #100650 ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT ELECTRONIC REGIS-Defendant(s).
IN THE CIRCUIT KNOWN TO BE DEAD TRATION SYSTEMS NOTICE OF FORE-
INTHE CIRCUIT OR ALIVE, WHETHER INCORPORATED AS CLOSURE SALE
CFIORS TO JUDI IA SAID UNKNOWN PAR- NOMINEE FOR HSBC
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- TIES MAY CLAIM AN MORTGAGE SER- NOTICE IS HEREBY
IN AD INTEREST AS VICES; are the De- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
INANDAFOR TSPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- fendants, I will sell to nal Judgment of Mort-
OKALO RISACOUNT, VISEES, GRANTEES, the highest and best gage Foreclosure
OR OTHER CLAIM- bidder for cash at IN dated May 29, 2009
CIVIL ACTION ANTS; DESTINY HARBR FRONT OF CLERK'S and entered in Case
CIVIL ACTIONRTGAGE PLACE OWNERS AS- FRONT DOOR OF No 2007 CA 005948 S
CORPHH MORTGAGE SOCIATION, INC.; are SHALIMAR ANNEX at of the Circuit Court of
CORPlainTIONff the Defendants, I will 11:00AM, on the 29 da the FIRST Judicial Cir-
Plaintiff, sell to the highest and of June, 2009, the fo- cuit in and for
CASE NO. 2008 CA best bidder for cash at lowing described prop- OKALOOSA County,
000071S IN FRONT OF CLERK'S erty as set forth in said Florida wherein US
000071s. FRONT DOOR OF Final Judgment: BANK NATIONAL AS-
VS. IN SHALIMAR ANNEX at SOCIATION AS
DIVISION 11:00AM, on the 29 day LOT 2, DESTINY TRUSTEE FOR
LOUIS A. PEACOCK, at of June, 2009, the fol- TOWNHOMES, AC- CITIGROUP MORT-
LOUISA.PEACOCK,et lowing described prop- CORDING TO THE GAGE LOAN TRUST
al, Defendant(s). arty as set forth in said PLAT THEREOF, AS 2006-WFHE2 is the
Defendantss. Final Judgment: RECORDED IN PLAT Plaintiff and JANET L.
BOOK 7, PAGE 86, OF C 0 N N E L L Y
NOTICE OF FORE CONDOMINIUM UNIT THE PUBLIC REC- PARKWOOD PLACE
CLOSURE SALE NO 501, OF DESTIN ORDS OF OKALOOSA HOMEOWNER'S AS-
HARBOR PLACE, A COUNTY, FLORIDA SOCIATION INC. are
NOTICE IS HEREBY CONDOMINIUM, AC- the Defendants, I will
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- CORDING TOT T HE sell to the highest and
GIVEN ursuanttofMoR- DECLARATION A/K/A 206 ANN CIR- bestbi der for cashaat
nal Judgment of Mort- THEREOF, AS RE- CLE #2, DESTINY, FL IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
datged May Foclosure CORDED IN OFFICIAL 32541 FRONT DOOR' OF
and" entered in Case RECORDS BOOK SHALIMAR ANNEX at
2 8e 0 0s 23 T SPAGEB406K Any person claiming LMAnh d
No. 2008 CA 000071 S 2223 AT PAGE 4716, Any person claiming 11:00 AM on the 29 day
of the Circuit Court of OF THE PUBLIC REC- an interest,in the sur- of June 2009, the fol-
the FIRST Judicial Cir- ORDS OF OKALOOSA plus from the sale, f lowin described prop-
cuit in and for COUNTY, FLORIDA. any, other than the erty as set forth in said
KALOSA n County, TOGETHER WITH property owner as of Final Judgment:
O,'LOOS'" oun'y; THE EXCLUSIVE the date of the Lis
Florida whereinPHH RIGHT TO USE COV- Pendens must file a LOT 17, BLOCK A,
MORTGAGE CORPO- ERED PARKING claim within sixty (60) PARKWOOD PLACE
RATION, is th Plaintiff SPACE NUMBER 04 days after the sale. AT BLUEWATER BAY,
and LOUIS A PE AS SET FORTH ON ACCORDING TO THE
COCK; ELAINe THE FIRST FLOOR WITNESS MY HAND PLAT THEREOF AS
PEACOCK; are the PLAN (ENTRY LEVEL) and the seal of this RECORDED IN PLAT
Defendants, I will sell to ATTACHED AS A Court on June 2, 2009. BOOK i1 PAGE
the highest and best PART OF EXHIBIT "A 3'
bidder for cash at IN TO THE DECLARA- Don W. Howard OF OKALOOSA
FRONT OF CLERKS TION OF CONDOMIN- Clerk of the Circuit COUNTY, FLORIDA.
FRONT DOOR OF IUM OF DESTINY HAR- Court
SHALIMAR ANNEX at BOR PLACE, A CON- A/K/A 335
11:00AM, on the 29 day DOMINIUM, RE- By:Viki Jackson, PARKWOOD PLACE,
of ,June 2009, the fol- CORDED IN OFFICIAL Deputy Clerk NIEVILLE, FL 32578
lowing described prop- RECORDS BOOK
erty as set forth in said 2223, PAGE 4716, Publish in Crestview Any person claiming
Final Judgment:. PUBLIC RECORDS News Bulletin an interest in the sur-
LOT 1, BLOCK A OF OF OKALOOSA Invoice To: Florida De- plus from the sale, if
T^ 1I L C A D' COUNTY, FLORIDA. fault Law Group, L. any other than the
SEA HILLS, ACCORD- RO Box 25018 y owner as of
ING TO THE PLAT TOGETHER WITH' AN Tampa, Florida the date of the Li
THEREOF AS RE- UNDIVIDED INTER- 33622-5018 Pendens must file a
CORDED IN PLAT EST IN THE COMMON F 0 7 0 6 0 7 4 1 cla within (60) days
BOOK 5, PAGE 23, OF ELEMENTS APPUR- HSBCFIDELITY-CONV-B cafterthe sale
THE PUBLIC REC- TENANT THERETO -rharnig e .
WORDS OF OKALOOSA AS SET FORTH IN **See Americans with WITNESS MY HAND
COUNTY, FLORIDA. SAID DECLARATION. Disabilities Act and the seal of this
II IMPORTANT Court on June 2, 2009.
A/K/A 624 SEA OATS A/K/A 508 HARBOUR
DRA/K/ DESTIN FL BOULEVARD #501, In accordance with Don W. Howard
32541DRIVE, DESTIN, FL DESTIN, FL the Americans with Dis- Clerk, of the Circuit
32541 325410000 abilities Act, persons Court ,
Any person claiming with disabilities need- By: Viki Jackson
an e n eAny person claiming ing special accommo- Deputy Clerk
an interest in the sur- an interest in the sur- dation to participate in
plus from the sale, if plus from the sale, if this proceeding should Publh in Crstview
aropety owner as of any, other than the contact. Court Adminis-, News Bulletin
property owner as of property owner as of tration at 101 James Invoice To: Florida De-
the date of ithe Li the date of the Lis Lee -Boulevard East, fault Law Group, RL.
claim within s musixty (60) Penderis must file a Crestview, FL, RO. Box 25018
claim with sty (60) claim within sixty (60) 32536-3515; telephone Tampa, Florida
days after the sale. days after the sale. number (850) 33622-5018
WITNESS MY HAND W M 689-5000, Extension F 0 7 0 6 0 7 4 1
Tnd the sY oH WITNESS MY HAND 7497, prior to the pro- HSBCFIDELITY-CONV-B
and the seal of this and the seal of this ceeding. or Shalimar --rharni'
Court on June 2, 2009, Court on June 2, 2009. (850)651-7497 ** mercans with
Disabilities Act
Don W. Howard IMPORTANT 'IMPORTANT
Clerk of the Circuit Clerk of the Circuit
CourtVik Jackson Court In accordance with In accordance 'with
By:VikiJ ckson By:VikiJacksonDeputy the Amercans with Dis- the Americans with Dis-
eputy lerk Clrk abilities Act, persons abilities Act, persons
Publish in Cresview with disabilities need- with disabilities need-
Publishulin Crestview Publish in Crestview ing special accommo- ing special accommo-
Invoice To Florida D News Bulletin nation to participate in nation to participate in
aInvoie To: Florida De- Invoice To: Florida De- this proceeding should this proceeding should
Ofault BoLaw25018 fault Law Group, PL. contact Court Adminis- contact Court Adminis-
RO. Box 25018 RO Box 25018 tration at 1250 N. Eglin traction at 101 James
Tampa, Florida Tampa, Florida Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Lee Boulevard East,
3362 2-50a 33622-5018 32579; telephone num- Crestview, FL
F 0 7 0 6 4 4 7 6 F 0 7, 0 3 9 3 1 7 ber (850) 651-7497, 32536-3515; telephone
CENDANT-FNMA-B-rhar CHASE-CONV-R-vbonit- prior to the proceeding. number (850)
**See with to .06/10/09 689-5000, Extension
Disabilities Act **Disabilies Americans with 06/17/09 7497, prior to the pro-
IMPORTANT Disabilities Act ceding. or Shalimar
IMPORTANTIMPORTANT (850) 651-7497
In accordance with In accordance with Legal # 100653 IMPORTANT
the Americans with Dis, the Americans with Dis- IN THE CIRCUIT
abilities Actpersonseed- abilities Act, persons COURT OFTHE In accordance with
itg special accommo- witdisabilities need- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- the Americans with Dis-
dation to participate in ing, special accommo- CUlT, IN AND FOR abilities Act, persons
this proceeding should nation to participate in OKALOOSA COUNTY, with disabilities need-
contact Court Adminis- this proceeding should FLORIDA CASE NO.: ing special accommo-
tration at 101 James contact Court Adminis- 2009-DR-2448 dation to participate in
Lee Boulevard East, traio vat d E101 Jaes D this proceeding should
Crestview FL Lee Boulevard East, GERALD GOODSON contact Court Adminis-

C3e5i- p r Lhe Crestview, r FL, and ELLEN E. traction at 1250 N. Eglin


(850) 651-7497 ceeding. or Shalimar 06/10/09
S 7 (850) 651-7497 KEVIN 'M. GOODSON 06/17/09
IMPORTANT i~pnnTAMT *"and MARY S. ______________
IMPORTANT IMPORTANT GOODSON
In accordance with In accordance with Respondents Legal # 100655
the Amerricans with Dis- the Arneri answith Dis- NOTICE OF ACTION IN THE CIRCUIT
with disabilities toneed- with disabilities need- TO: MARY S. FIRSTJUDICIAL CIR-

thi paroeeding t soud dionto participate, in current address- un- IN AND FOR
contact Court Admins this proceeding should known; last know ad- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
tontat 1250 NEginscontact Court Adminis- dress is: 322 Kepner FLORIDA

Sthoe nm Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Fort Walton Beach, FL WELL AOBANK,
pri(850) to7t, ber (850) 651-7497, NA SUCCESSOR BY
rt he proceeding prior to the proceeding. YOU ARE HEREBY NO- MERGER TO WELLS
06/17/09 0/10/09 TIFIED that a Verified FARGO HOME MORT-
0/70.' 06/17/09 potitinn F,'r Tnmnnrnr,, flAGE. INC.


Legal # 100651
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRSI JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
HSBC BANK USA, NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE
(THE TRUSTEE) OF
J.R MORGAN ALTER-
NATIVE LOAN TRUST
2006-A7 (THE TRUST),
Plaintiff,

CASE NO. 2007 CA
004933 S
vs.
DIVISION
RICHARD L. BASHAM,
et al,
Defendant(s).


Legal # 100652
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIF
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
HSBC BANK (USA),
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 2007
005849 S
vs.
-DIVISION
NELTON MACHAI
SR, et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE SALE


Custody has been filed Plaintiff,
against you and that
you are required to CASE NO. 2007 CA
serve a copy of your re- 005025 S
sponse or pleading to vs.
the Complaint upon the DIVISION
R- Petitioner's attorney,
WANDA J. CLAPP, RICHARD NEHLS
ESQ., 814 Shadow A/K/A RICHARD M
y Lane Suite Fort Walton NEHLS, et al, '
Beach, FI 32547 and Defendant(s).
file the original re-
sponse or pleading in /
the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, on NOTICE OF FORE-
or before July 13, 2009. CLOSURE SALE
CA If ydu fail to do so, a
Default Judgment will NOTICE IS HEREBY
be taken against you GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
for the relief demanded nal Judgment of Mort-
in the Petition, gage Foreclosure
O DEdated May 29, 2009
DO DATED at Shalimar, and entered in Case
Okaloosa County, Flor- No. 2007 CA 005025 S
ida, this 27 day of May, of the Circuit Court of
/ 2009. the FIRST Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for
DON W. HOWARD OKALOOSA County,
CLERK OF THE CIR- Florida wherein WELLS
CUlT COURT FARGO BANK, NA


Crestview News Bulletin I B9


, ,11Q 3 -. ..- I. .. ..l. -1 ...... ;
-,.CCE-CR _6 TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
MERGER TO WELLS RANGE 22 WEST,
FARGO HOME MORT- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
GAGE, INC., is the FLORIDA; THENCE
Plaintiff and RICHARD NORTH 88 DEGREES
NEHLS A/K/A RICH- 38 MINUTES 40 SEC-
ARD M NEHLS; SU- ONDS WEST A DIS-
ZANNE M. NEHLS; TANCE OF 1400.36
"ANY AND ALL UN- FEET TO THE POINT
KNOWN PARTIES OF BEGINNING;
CLAIMING BY, THENCE CONTINUE
THROUGH, UNDER, NORTH 88 DEGREES
AND AGAINST THE 38 MINUTES 40 SEC-
HEREIN NAMED INDI- ONDS WEST A DIS-
VIDUAL DEFEND- TANCE OF 276.0
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT FEET; THENCE
KNOWN TO BE DEAD NORTH 02 DEGREES
OR ALIVE, WHETHER 37 MINUTES 20 SEC-
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- ONDS EAST A DIS-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN TANCE OF 347.0
INTEREST AS FEET; THENCE
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- SOUTH 89 DEGREES
VISEES, GRANTEES, 22 MINUTES 40 SEC-
OR OTHER CLAIM- ONDS EAST A DIS-
ANTS; are the De- TANCE OF 276.0
fendants, I will sell to FEET; THENCE
the highest and best SOUTH 02 DEGREES
bidder for cash at IN 37 MINUTES 20 SEC-
FRONT OF CLERK'S ONDS WEST A DIS-
FRONT DOOR OF TANCE OF 350.70
SHALIMAR ANNEX at FEET TO THE POINT
11:00AM, on the 29 day OF BEGINNING, LESS
of May, 2009, the fol- AND EXCEPT THE
lowing described prop- NORTH 30.0 FEET
erty as set forth in said THEREOF FOR ROAD
Final Judgment: RIGHT OF WAY PUR-
LOT 2, BLOCK B, EM- POSES.
ERALD POINTE PLAT
1, ACCORDING TO A/K/A 4294 Rebecca
THE PLAT THEREOF Road, Crestview, FL
AS RECORDED IN 32539
PLAT BOOK 9, PAGE
86, OF THE PUBLIC Any person claiming
RECORDS OF an interest in the sur-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, plus from the sale, if
FLORIDA any, other than the
property owner as of
the date of the Lis
A/K/A 231 Pendens must file a
WYNNE HAVEN claim within sixty (60)
BEACH, MARY ES- days after the sale.
THER, FL 32569
WITNESS MY HAND
Any person claim- and the seal of this
ing an interest in the Court on June 2, 2009.
surplus from the sale,
if any, other than the Don W. Howard
property owner as of Clerk of the Circuit
the date of the Lis Court
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) By:Viki Jackson
days after the sale. Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
WITNESS MY HAND News Bulletin
and the seal of this Invpice To: Florida De-
Court on June 2, 2009. fault Law Group, PRL.
RO. Box 25018
Don W. Howard Tampa, Florida
Clerk of the Circuit 33622-5018
Court F 0 8 0 0 5 5 2 3
By:Viki Jackson LITTON-CONV-abiven
Deputy Clerk **See Americans with
Disabilities Act
Publish in Crestview IMPORTANT
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De- In accordance with
fault Law Group, RL. the Americans with Dis-
RO. Box 25018 abilities Act, persons
Tampa, Florida with disabilities need-
33622-5018 ing special accommo-
F 0 7 0 3 8 0 6 6 dation to participate in
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier this proceeding should
**See Americans with contact Court Adminis-
Disabilities Act tration at 101 James
IMPORTANT Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
In accordance with 32536-3515; telephone
the Americans with Dis- number (850)
abilities Act, persons 689-5000, Extension
with disabilities need- 7497, prior to the pro-
ing special .accommo- ceeding. or Shalimar
dation to participate in (850) 651-7497
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis- IMPORTANT
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, In accordance with
Crestview, '. FL, the Americans with Dis-
32536-3515; telephone abilities Act, persons
number (850) with disabilities need-
689-5000, Extension ing special accommo-
7497, prior to the pro- dation to participate in
ceeding. or Shalimar this proceeding should
(850) 651-7497 contact Court Adminis-.
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
IMPORTANT Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
In accordance with ber (850) 651-7497,
the Americans with Dis- prior to the proceedin '
abilities Act, ,-persons
with disabilities need- 06/10/09
ing special accommo- 06/17/09
dation to, participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis- Legal # 100657
tration at 1250 N. Eglin Legal #100657
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, IN THE CIRCUIT
32579; telephone num- COURT OF THE
br (850) 651-7497, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
prior to the pr CUlT
i IN AND FOR
06/10/09 OKALOOSA COUNTY,
06/17/09 .FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
Legal # 100656 CHASE HOME Fl-
IN THE CIRCUIT NANCE LLC,
COURT OF THE Plaintiff,
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CASE NO. 2007 CA
CUIT CASE NO. 27 CA
IN AND FOR 005968S
OKALOOSA COUNTY, vs.
FLORIDA DIVISION
CIVIL ACTION JODY L. BARCLAY, et
HSBC BANK USA, NA- al,
TIONAL ASSOCIA-. Defendant(s).
TION, AS INDENTURE
TRUSTEE OF THE NOTICE IS HEREBY
FIELDSTONE MORT- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
TRUSET, INVESTERIES nal Judgment of Mort-
2005-3, gage Foreclosure
Plaintiff, dated May 29, 2009
and entered in Case
CASE NO. No. 2007 CA 005968 S
46-2008-CA-000874 of the Circuit Court of
46-2008-CA-000874 the FIRST Judicial Cir-
VS. cuit in and for
DIVISION OKALOOSA County,
DALTON JONES, metal Florida wherein CHASE
Defendant, t HOME FINANCE LLC,
Defendantss. is the Plaintiff and
/ JODY L. BARCLAY;
SCARMEN D. BARCLAY;
NOTICE OF FORE- CHASE BANK USA,
CLOSURE SALE NA.; SUNSAIL PROP-
NLSREEDSUT ,ERTY OWNERS- ASSO-
NOTICE IS HEREBY CITATION, INC.; are
GIVENpursuant to a F- the Defendants, I will
al Judgment of Mort- sell to the highest and
gage Foreclosure best bidder for cash at
dated May 29, 2009 IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
aRNTd DaR On TE FRONT 'DOOR OF
and entered in Case SHALIMAR ANNEX at


FRST c C lowing described prop-
in and for OKALOOSA Faral Jusfmenth
County, Florida Final Judgment:
wherein HSBC BANK L 69 BUNSAIL BE
USA, NATIONAL AS- LO IN 9, A UPO AIL, OE-
SDCNAUR AS IN- UNDIVIDED TOWN-
DENTURE IRULSTE SHIP 2 SOUTH,
OF THE FIELDSTONE RANGE 22 WEST, AC-
MENT TRUST, SERIES MAPDN TOR PLAT
2005-3, is the Plaintiff THEREOF AS RE
and DALTON JONES; CORDED IN PLAT
WANDA JONES; are BOOK 15, PAGES
the Defendants, I will OF THE PUB-
sell to the highest and LiC RFnRDS OF
best bidder for cash at OKALOOSA COUNTY,
CRESTVIEW: SOUTH FOIDA.
FRONT DOOR OF THE FLOIA
OKALOOSA COUNTY A/K/A 4646 WIND-
COURTHOUSE STARR DRIVE, DES-
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT TIN, FL 32541


OF CLERK'S FRONT claim
DOOR OF SHALIMAR Any person claim-
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on ing an interest in the
the 29 day of June, surplus from the sale,
2009, the following de- if any, ownther than ohe
scribed property as set property owner as of
forth in said Final Judg- the date ousthe Lis
ment: claim within sixty (60)
COMMENCING AT days after the sale.
QRNHE SOUTHEAST WITNESS MY HAND
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF and the seal of this
TlHl SOulUTHEAST 1/4 Court on June 2, 2009.


OF SECTION 27,


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or, WVV H.:ow rd Ing special accommo-
Clerk of the Circuit dation to participate in.
Court this proceeding should
By:Viki Jackson contact Court Adminis-
Deputy Clerk tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
Publish in Crestview 32579; telephone num-
News Bulletin ber (850) 651-7497,
Invoice To: Florida De- prior to the proceeding.
fault Law Group, RL. 06/10/09
P.O. Box 25018 06/17/09
Tampa, Florida.
33622-5018
F 0 7 0 6 3 5 5 4
CHASESBPRDIR-CONV Legal # 100659
-R-cgonzalez IN THE CIRCUIT
**See Americans with INCOUR T OF THE
Disabilities Act COURT OF THEI
IMPORTANT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
IMPORTANT CUlT
In accordance with OKANDLOOSA COUNR
the Americans with Dis- OKALOOSA COUNTY, RIDA
abilities Act, persons FLORIDAN
with disabilities need- CIVIL ACTION
ing special accommo- DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
dation to participate in DEUTIONALSCHE BANK RUST NA-
this proceeding should TIONAL TRUST COM-
contact Court Adminis- PANY AS TRUSTEE
tration at 101 James FOR HARBORVIEW
Lee Boulevard East, P2007-4,
Crestview, FL, Plaintiff, i
*32536-3515; telephone CASE NO. 2008 CA
number (850) CASE NO. 2 CA
689-5000, Extension 000468 C
7497, prior to the pro- DIVISION
ceeding. or Shalimar DIVISION
(850) 651-7497 JOHN BURKE, et al,
IMPORTANT Defendant(s).
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons NOTICE OF FORE-
with disabilities need- CLOSURE SALE
ing special accommo- HEREBY
datiorn to participate in NOTICEu IS HEREBY
this proceeding should GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
contact Court Adminis- nal Judgment of Mort-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin dated May7, 2009Foreclosure
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,dte May 27, 2009
32579; telephone num- and entered'in Case.
er (850) 651-7497, No. 2008 CA000468 C
ber (850) 651-7497, of the Circuit Court of
prior tothe proceeding. the FIRST Judicial Cir-
06/10/09 cuit in and for
06/17/09 OKALOOSA County,
06/17/09 Florida wherein DEUT-
SCHE BANK NA-
Legal # 100658 TIONAL TRUST COM-
Legal # 100658 PANY AS TRUSTEE
IN THE CIRCUIT FOR HARBORVIEW
INTHE CIRCUIT 2007-4, is the Plaintiff
FIRS T JUDICIAL CIR and JOHN BURKE;
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ANY AND .ALL UN-
CUTIN R KNOWN PARTIES
IN AND FOR CLAIMING BY,
OKALOOSA COUNT, THROUGH, UNDER,
FLORIDAT. AND AGAINST THE
CIVIL ACTION HEREIN NAMED INDI-.
VIDUAL DEFEND-
US BANK NATIONAL ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
ASSOCIATION, AS KNOWN TO BE DEAD
TRUSTEE FOR CSFB OR ALIVE, WHETHEAD
TRUSTHOME EQUITY ASSET SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
.iUST 2 TIES MAY CLAIM AN.
Plaintiff, INTEREST AS
CASE NO. 2007 CA SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
00586 C VISEES, GRANTEES,
005286 C OR OTHER CLAIM-
DIVISION. ANTS; MORTGAGE
DIVISION ELECTRONIC REGIS-
WILLIAM W. CULP. et TRATIO NOMINEE FOR
SDefendnt(s). FIELDSTONE MORT-
Defendant(s). GAGE COMPANY;. are
the Defendants, I will
/ sell to the highest and
NOTICE OF FORECLO- best bidder for cash at
SURE SALE CRESTVIEW: IN
NOTICE IS FRONT OF CLERK'S
r FRONT DOOR OF THE
HEREBY GIVEN pursu- OKALNTOOSA COUNTYHE
ant to a Final Judgment COURTHOUSE atY
of Mortgage Foreclo- 11O00AM, on the 23 day
sure dated May 29, ofJune, 2009, the fol-
2009 and entered in of June, 200escrib9, the rop-
Case No. 2007 CA is described pr -
005286 of the Circuit erty as set forth in said
Court of the FIRST Ju- Final Judgment:
dicial Circuit in and for LOTS 8, BLOCK 4,
OKALOOSA County, LOAKDALE OMINIA-
Florida wherein US OTUR FARMS
BANK NATIONAL AS- TUREBDVSN FARMS
SOCIATION, AS TRUS- ESUBDIVISON OF
TEE FOR CSFB HOME LOTS 14 AND 15,
EQUITY ASSET TRUST BLOCK T13, ACCORD-
2006.1 ,s lhe Plaintiff ING TO THE MAP OR
and' WILLAM W. PLAT THEREOF AS
and P WILLIAM W RECORDED IN PLAT
CULP; CHINESA BOK 2, PAGE 119
CULP; are the De- BOOK 2, PAGE 119,
fendants, I will sell to OF OKAUBI LOOSA
the highest and best COUNTY FLORIDA
bidder for cash atCOUNTY, FLORIDA
CRESTVIEW: SOUTH
FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY A/K/A 1037 VAL-
COURTHOUSE LEY ROAD, CREST-
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT VIEW, FL 32539
OF CLERK'S FRONT An ersonclaim
DOOR OF SHALIMAR Any person claim-
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on ng an interest in the
the 29 day of June, surplus from the sale,
,the following de- If any, other than the
2009, the following de- nroerty owner as of
scribed property as set tprhe date of the Lis
forth in said Final Judg- Pendens must file a
ment: claim within sixty (60)
LOTS 1 THROUGH 8, days after the sale.
INCLUSIVE, BLOCK WITNESS MY HAND
12, MORRIS ADDI- nd. the seal of this
TION, ACCORDING Court on June 1, 2009.
TO PLAT THEREOF
,AS RECORDED IN Don W. Howard
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE Clerk of th Circuit
133, IN THE OFFICE Court
OF THE CLERK OF ByViki Jackoson
CIRCUIT 'COURT, ep Clerk
OKALOOSA CO Publish in Crestview
FLORIDA. News Bulletin ,
Invoice To: Florida De-
A/K/A 702 LEE AVE fault Law Group, PRL.
,A/K/A 702 LEE AVE -RO Box 25018 .
NUE, CRESTVIEW, FL Ta Florida
32539 ampa, Florida
'' 33622-5018
Any person claiming MACCONV-abive
an Interest In the sur- **See Americans with
'plus from the sale, If Disabilities Act
any, other than the IMPORTANT
property owner as of . .
the date of the LIs In accordance with
Pendens must file a theA ith Dis
claim within sixty (60) americans w
days diafter the salesabilities need-
WITNESS M HNing special accommo-
a.Nd the eAl '. dation to participate in
and the seal of t s this proceeding should
Court on June 2,2009. contact Court Adminis-
Dn^ uW H.ord tration at 101 James
Don W..Howard Lee Boulevard East,
Clerk of .the Circuit Crestview, FL',
Court 32536-3515; telephone
By: V.k. Jac n number (850)
y:VKI JacKson 689-5000, Extension
Deputy Clerk 7497, prior to the pro-
pu ,io r, ,,= feedingg. or Shalimar
Publish in Crestview ceedingi r h1-7497
News Bulletin (850) 5-749
Invoice To: Florida De- IMPORTANT
fault Law Group, RL.
RO Box25018 Frd In accordance with
Tampa, Florida 'the Americans with Dis-
33622-5018 abilities Act, persons
NMNC-CONV-R-khart- wth disabilities need-
NMNC-CONV-R-khart-ing special accommo-
**See ans with dation to participate in
Disaeb mlities Actans this proceeding should
IMPORTANTi t contact Court Adminis-
IMPORTANT traction at 1250 N. Eglin
inacoracewihParkway, Shalimar, FL,
ihen accordance with 32579; telephone nu-
sthe Americanswith Dis- ber (850) 651-7497,
with disabilities .need- prior to the proceeding.


ing special accommo- 06/10/09
nation to participate in 06/17/09
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Legal # 100666
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone IN THE CIRCUIT
number (850) COURT OF THE
689-5000, Extension FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
7497, prior to. the pro- CUlT
Speeding. or Shalimar IN AND FOR
(850) 651-7497 OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IMPORTANT CIVIL ACTION
In accordance with THE BANK OF NEW
the Americans with Dis- YORK AS TRUSTEE
abilities Act, persons FOR THECERTIFI-
with disabilities need- CATEHOLDER S


C W A B I II C G''EIJ ,uru-, ,u I:a F,- ORDS OF OKALOOSA
ASSETBACKED CER- nal Judgment of Mort- COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TIFICATES SERIES gage Foreclosure
2006-12, dated May 27, 2009 A/K/A 154 CA-
Plaintiff, and entered in Case BANA WAY, CREST-
No. 46-2008-CA-1802 S VIEW, FL 325360000
CASE NO. of the Circuit Court of
46-2008-CA-001395 the FIRST Judicial Cir- Any person clalm-
vs. cuit in and for ing an interest in the
DIVISION OKALOOSA County, surplus from the sale,
Florida wherein WELLS If any, other than the
ROBERT GAWRYS FARGO BANK, NA, is property owner as of
A/K/A ROBERT the Plaintiff and MAR- the date of the Lis
GAWRY, et al, GARET SUSAN FRIES; Pendens must file a
Defendantss. ROBERT G. FRIES; claim within sixty (60)
MORTGAGE ELEC- days after the sale.
/ TRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, IN- WITNESS MY HAND
NOTICE OF FORE- CORPORATE, AS and the seal of this
CLOSUREISALE NOMINEE FOR; are Court on June 1, 2009.
the Defendants, I will
NOTICE IS HEREBY sell to the highest and Don W. Howard
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- best bidder for cash at Clerk of the Circuit
nal Judgment of Mort- IN FRONT OF CLERK'S Court
gage Foreclosure FRONT DOOR OF By:Viki Jackson
dated May 27, 2009 SHALIMAR ANNEX at Deputy Clerk
and entered in Case 11:00AM, on the 23 day
N o of June, 2009, the fol- Publish in Crestview
46-2008-CA-001395 of lowing described prop- News Bulletin
the Circuit Court of the erty as set forth in said Invoice To:! Florida De-
FIRST Judicial Circuit Final Judgment: fault Law Group, RL.
in and for OKALOOSA. RO. Box 25018
County, Florida LOT 37, WILLOW Tampa, Florida
Wherein THE BANK OF BEND, PHASE 2, AC- 33622-5018
NEW YORK AS TRUS- CORDING TO THE F 0 8 0 4 1 2 0 2
TEE FOR THE CERTIF- PLAT THEREOF AS CHASE-VA-R-vbonitto
ICATEHOLDER S RECORDED IN PLAT **See Americans with
C W A B S I N C BOOK 9, PAGE 76, Disabilities Act
ASSETBACKED CER- PUBLIC RECORDS IMPORTANT
TIFICATES SERIES OF OKALOOSA
2006-12, is the Plaintiff COUNTY, FLORIDA. In accordance with
and ROBERT the Americans with Dis-
GAWRYS A/K/A ROB- A/K/A 2911 BENT- abilities Act,' persons
ERT GAWRY; ANNA WOOD LANE, FORT with disabilities need-
GAWRYS; ANY AND WALTON BEACH, FL ing special accommo-
ALL UNKNOWN PAR- 32547 dation to participate in
TIES CLAIMING BY, this proceeding should
THROUGH, UNDER, Any person claim- contact Court Adminis-
AND AGAINST THE ing an Interest In the. tration at 101 James
HEREIN NAMED INDI- surplus from the sale, Lee Boulevard East,
VIDUAL DEFEND- If any, other than the Crestview, FL,
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT property owner as of 32536-3515; telephone
KNOWN TO BE DEAD the date of the LIs number (850)
OR ALIVE, WHETHER Pendens must file a 689-5000, Extension
SAID UNKNOWN' PAR- claim within sixty (60) 7497, prior to the pro-
TIES MAY CLAIM. AN days after the sale. ceeding. or Shalimar-
INTEREST AS (850) 651-7497
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- WITNESS MY HAND
VISEES, GRANTEES, and the seal. of this IMPORTANT
OR OTHER CLAIM- Court on June 1, 2009.
ANTS; HARBOR In accordance with
HOUSE OF DESTIN Don W. Howard the Americans with Dis-
OWNERS ASSOCIA- abilities Act, persons
TION; INCORPO- Clerk of the Circuit with disabilities need-
RATED DISSOLVED; Court ing special accommo-
are the Defendants, I datibn to participate in
will sell to the highest this proceeding should
and best bidder for By:Viki Jackson contact Court Adminis-
cash at CRESTVIEW: Deputy Clerk tration at 1250 N. Eolin
SOUTH FRONT DOOR :Publish in Crestview Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
OF THE OKALOOSA News Bulletin 32579; telephone num-
COUNTY COURT- Invoice To: Florida De- ber (850) 651-7497,
HOUSE fault Law Group, RL. prior to the proceeding.
RO. Box 25018 06/10/09
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT Tampa, Florida 06/17/09
OF CLERK'S FRONT 33622-5018 ,
DOOR OF SHALIMAR F 0 8 0 2 3 5 2 7 --
ANNEX at 11':00AM, on NMNC-FNMA-R-khart- Legal # 100663
the 23 day of June, maier
2009, the following de- **See Americans with IN THE CIRCUIT
scribed property as set Disabilities Act COURT OF THE
forth in said Final Judg- IMPORTANT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
ment: CUlT
In accordance with IN AND FOR
UNIT 3, HARBOR the Americans with Dis- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
HOUSE OF DESTIN, A abilities Act, persons FLORIDA
CONDOMINIUM, AC- with disabilities need- CIVIL ACTION
CORDING TO, THE ing special accommo-
DECLARATION OF dation to participate in WELLS FARGO BANK,
CONDOMINIUM RE- this proceeding should NA, .
CORDED IN OFFICIAL contact Court Adminis- Plaintiff,
RECORDS BOOK tration at 101 James
1289, PAGE 1876, Lee Boulevard East, CASE NO.
AND ALL EXHIBITS Crestview, FL, 46-2008-CA-1611 S
AND AMENDMENTS 32536-3515; telephone vs.
THEREOF, PUBLIC number (850) DIVISION
RECORDS OF 689-5000, Extension
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 7497, prior to the pro- JOSEPH D. NOLAN, et
FLORIDA. ceeding. or Shalimar al, -
(850) 651-7497 Defendant(s).'


A/K/A 654 AH-
BOR BOULEVARD,
DESTIN, FL 32541
Any person claim-
ing an interest in the
surplus from the sale,
If any, other than the
property owner as of
the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on June 1,2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court *
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice-To: Florida De-
fault Law Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 0 8 0 0 8'5 9 9
COUNTRY-CONV
B/C-B-lcurry ,
**See Afnericans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities. need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-,
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
06/10/09
06/17/09

Legal # 100661
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.
46-2008-CA-1802 S
vs.
DIVISION
MARGARET SUSAN
FRIES, et al,
Defendantss,

/
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY


IMPORTANT
In accordance w
the Americans with D
abilities Act, person
with disabilities nei
ing special accomm
nation to participate
this proceeding sho
contact Court Admir
tration at 1250 N. Eg
Parkway, Shalimar, F
32579; telephone nu
ber (850) 651-749
prior to the proceeding
06/10/09
06/17/09

Legal # 100662
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIF
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CHASE 'HOME
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
CASE N
46-2008-CA-002879 S
vs.
DIVISION
CHARLES, E. SAL
JR, et al,
Defendantss.


NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HERE
GIVEN pursuant to a
nal Judgment of Mi
gage Foreclosi
dated May 27, 20
and entered in Ca
N o
46-2008-CA-002879
the Circuit Court of
FIRST Judicial Circ
in and for OKALOO
County, Flor
wherein CHASE HOI
FINANCE LLC, Is t
Plaintiff and CHARL
E. SALIS, JR; MOI
GAGE ELECTRON'
REGISTRATION SY
TEMS / INCORP
RATED AS NOMIN
FORMORTGAG
ELECTRONIC REG
TRATION, SYSTEM
INCORPORATED, .
NOMINEE FOR GM
MORTGAGE, LL
CHASE BANK US
NATIONAL ASSOC
TION; are the Defei
ants, I will sell to
highest and best b
der for cash at CRE
VIEW: SOUTH FRO
DOOR OF T
OKALOOSA COUN
COURTHOUSE
SHALIMAR: IN' FRO
OF CLERK'S FRO
DOOR OF SHALIM
ANNEX at 11:00AM,
the 23 day of Jui
2009, the following
scribed property as
forth in said Final Jui
ment:
LOT 27, BLOCK
RIDGE CREST PHA
II, ACCORDING
THE PLAT THERE
AS RECORDED
PLAT BOOK 21, PA
96, 97 AND 98, C
THE PUBLIC RE


- - -/ .

Nith NOTICE OF FORE-
Dis- CLOSURE SALE
ins
ed- NOTICE IS HEREBY
no- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
in nal Judgment of Mort-
uld gage Foreclosure-
nis- dated May 27, 2009
glin and entered in Case
FL, No. 46-2008-CA-1611 S
im- of the Circuit Court of
97, the FIRST Judicial Cir-
g. cuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA, is
the Plaintiff and JO-
SEPH D. NOLAN; ALI-
CIA A. NOLAN; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYS-
R- TEMS, INCORPO-
RATED, AS NOMINEE
FOR COUNTRYWIDE
TY, FINANCIAL CORPORA-
TION; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and. best bid-
Fl- der for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
NO. 11:00AM, on the'23 day
of June, 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
IS,
LOT 7, BLOCK D,
CIMARRON ES-
TATES, ACCORDING
/ TO THE PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE
74, IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF
BY CIRCUIT COURT,
Fl- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
1rt- FLORIDA
ure
D09 A/K/A 314 CE-
ase LESTE STREET,
MARY ESTHER, FL
of 32569
the
cuit Any person claim-
SA ing an Interest in the
ida surplus from the sale,
ME if any, other than the
the property owner as of
ES the date of the Lis
RT- Pendens must file a
NIC claim within sixty (60)
YS- days after the sale.
0-
EE WITNESS MY HAND
SE and the seal of this
IS- Court on June,1, 2009.
AS,
AS Don W. Howard
AC Clerk of the Circuit
LC; Court
SA, By:Viki Jackson
,IA- Deputy Clerk
nd-
the Publish in Crestview
3id- News Bulletin
ST- Invoice To: Florida De-
NT fault.Law Group, RL.
HE RO. Box 25018
ITY Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
F 0 8 0 1 9 3 1 9
NT NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier
NT **See Americans with
AR Disabilities Act
on IMPORTANT
ne,
de- In accordance with
set the Americans with Dis-
dg- abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
A, nation to participate in
SE this proceeding should
TO contact. Court Adminis-
OF, tration at 101 James
IN Lee Boulevard East,
GE Crestview, FL,
OF 32536-3515; telephone
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689-5000, Extension 32579; telephone num- DON W. HOWARD Plaintiff's attorney or
7497, prior to the pro- ber (850) 651-7497, CLERK OF COURT immediately thereafter;
ceeding. or ,Shalimar prior to the proceeding. By: Kitty Sims otherwise a default.will
(850) 651-7497 06/10/09 Deputy Clerk be entered against you
06/17/09 for the relief demanded
IMPORTANT 6/3/2009 in the Complaint or pe-
6/10/2009 tition.
In accordance with Legal # 100676 6/17/2009 This notice shall be
the Americans with Dis- 6/24/2009 published once each
abilities Act, persons ADVERTISEMENT OF week for two consecu-
with disabilities need- COMPLETION tive weeks in the Crest-
ing special accommo- Legal #100610 view News Bulletin.
dation to participate in Carter's Contracting WITNESS my hand and
this proceeding should Services, Inc., 23263 NOTICE OF APPLICA- the seal of this Court
contact Court Adminis- Harmony Church Road, TION FOR TAX DEED on this 27 day of May,
tration at 1250 N. Eglin Andalusia Alabama, 2009.
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 36421 hereby gives no- TDA Case #: 2009 TD
32579; telephone num- twice of completion of 000074 C Don W. Howard
ber (850) 651-7497, Emergency Watershed Clerk of the Court
prior to the proceeding. Project, New Ebenezer Notice is hereby given
06/10/09 Road, Okaloosa that Sun State Proper- By: Anita Cantrall
06/17/09 County, Florida, Con- ties, Inc., as holder of As Deputy Clerk
tract No. OK-Oct07 the following certificate,
Storm-NER-02 and sets has filed said certificate Florida Default. Law
Legal # 100665 February 27 of 2009 as for a Tax Deed to be is- Group, RL.
the date of final settle- sued thereon. The cer- RO. Box 25018
IN THE CIRCUIT ment. tificate number and Tampa, Florida
COURT OF THE year of issuance, the 33622-5018
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Yellow River Soil & name in which the
CUlT Water Conservation property is assessed IMPORTANT
IN AND FOR District (Owner) and the description of In accordance with the
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Attn: John the property is as fol- Americans with Disa-'
FLORIDA Bergchneider lows: abilities Act, persons
CIVIL ACTION 1759 South Ferdon Certificate # 1097 of with disabilities need-
Blvd. 2005 Assessed to: ing special accommo-
THE BANK OF NEW Crestview, FL 32536 JAMES EDWARD dation to participate in
YORK AS SUCCES- NEWTON this proceeding should
SOR TO JPMORGAN, By: Mertha Carter, Description: CREST- contact Court Adminis-
CHASE BANK, NA- President VIEW BLOCK 146 LOT tration at 101 James
TIONAL ASSOCIA- 5 Lee Boulevard East,
TION, AS TRUSTEE 06/10/09 Parcel ID#: Crestview, FL,
FOR THE OWNIT 06/17/09 17-3N-23-2490-0146- 32536-3515; telephone
MORTGAGE LOAN -06/24/09 0050 Opening Bid: number (850)
ASSET-BACKED CER- 07/01/09 $5,636.01 689-5000, Extension
TIFICATES, SERIES All of said property be- 7497; prior to the pro-
2006-1, ing in the County of ceeding. or Shalimar
Plaintiff, LEGAL # 120230 Okaloosa, State of Flor- (850) 651-7497
ida.
CASE NO. 2008 CA IN THE CIRCUIT Unless the certificate is IMPORTANT
000168S COURT OF THE FIRST redeemed according to In accordance with the
vs. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN law, the property de- Americans with Disa-
DIVISION AND FOR OKALOOSA. scribed in the certifi- abilities Act, persons
COUNTY FLORIDA cate will be sold to the with disabilities need-
S A V A N N A H CASE NO. 09-CA-2340 highest bidder in the ing special accommo-
CHANTELLE HESTER BCC Board Meeting nation to participate in
A/K/A SAVANNAH C. ANNETTE CREEL and Room at the Okaloosa this proceeding should
HESTER A/K/A SAVAN- STEVE CREEL, County Courthouse, contact Court Adminis-
NAH.HESTER, et al, Plaintiffs Crestview, Florida at tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Defendantss. 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
/ vs. June 23, 2009. 32579; telephone num-
/ ber (850) 651-7497,
MAGGIE L. THOMP- Dated this 13th day of. prior to the proceeding.
NOTICE OF FORE- SON a/k/a MAGGIE June, 2009.
CLOSURE SALE LEIGH THOMPSON, DON W. HOWARD 6/3/2009
deceased and her un- CLERK OF THE CIR- 6/10/2009
NOTICE IS HEREBY known heirs, devisees CUIT COURTS
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- grantees, assigns, By: Lisa L. Guia, Dep-
nal Judgment of Mort- creditors and any other uty Clerk LEGAL#120228
gage Foreclosure parties claiming by,
dated May 27, 2009 through, under, or 05/20/09 IN THE CIRCUIT
and entered in Case against her; ROY 05/27/09 COURT OF THE
No. 2008 CA 000168 S ALFORD, JR., known .06/03/09 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
of the Circuit Court of heir of Maggie L. 06/10/09 CUIT
the FIRST Judicial Cir- Thompson; EDWARD IN AND FOR
cult in and for ALFORD, known heir of OKALOOSA COUNTY,
OKALOOSA County, Maggie L. Thompson; LEGAL #120234 FLORIDA
Florida wherein THE OUIDA SPARKMAN, AUCTIONS CIVIL ACTION CASE
BANK OF NEW YORK known heir of Magi AUCTIONS NO:2007 CA 005301
AS SUCCESSOR TO L. Thompson; EDITH Fln aor dance w DIVISION: FILE
JPMORGAN CHASE SOWELL, known heir of Florida Statutes, Ad- NO:F07046875
.BANK, NATIONAL AS- Maggie L Thompson vance Storage,1nc I 1-
SOCIATION, AS TRUS- and DAVID ALFORD a cated at 5180 S.
TEE FOR THE OWNIT deceased person and Ferdon Blvd.' Crest- U.S. BANK NATIONAL
MORTGAGE LOAN known heir of Maggie view, FL, will offer for ASSOCIATION, AS
ASSET-BAC ED CER- L. Thompson, and his sale to the highest bid- TRUSTEE OF J.P
TIFICATES, SERIES unknown heirs, devi- der the household and MORGAN ALTERNA-
2006-1, is the Plaintiff sees, grantees, as- other goods stored in TIVE LOAN TRUST
and SAVANNAH signs, creditors, and the below listed units. 2006-A4,
CHANTELLE HESTER any other parties claim- Said goods are to be Plaintiff,
A/K/A SAVANNAH C. Ing by through, under sold to recover the
HESTER A/K/A SAVAN- of against David Alford; rents not paid. by the
NAH HESTER; ANY SYLVIA JONES, known tenants. vs.
AND ALL UNKNOWN heir of David Alford-
PARTIES CLAIMING DAVID ALFORD, JR.. Advanced Storage I
BY, THROUGH, UN- known heir of David Unit SHAWN A. GRANATO,
DER, AND AGAINST Alford; LINDA EMAN- 1. Eva Windham Unit etal,
THE HEREIN NAMED UEL, Known heir of Da- C60 Defendant(s). .
INDIVIDUAL DEFEND- vid Alford; DONALD
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT ALFORD, known heir of 2. Kevin Sutherland NOTICE OF RE-
KNOWN TO BE DEAD David Alford; WILLARD Unit D11 SCHEDULED FORE-
OR ALIVE, WHETHER ALFORD, known heir of CLOSURE SALE
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- David Alford; LISA 3. Rachel Poore Unit
TIES MAY CLAIM AN BROOKS, known heir B54 NOTICE .IS HEREBY
INTEREST AS of David Alford; and GIVEN pursuant to an
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- BRUCE ALFORD The sale shall take Order Rescheduling
VISEES, GRANTEES, known heir of David place on June 13, 2009 Foreclosure Sale dated
OR OTHER CLAIM- Alford; at 9:00-10:00 a.m.' at May 26, 2009 and en-
ANTS; MORTGAGE Advance Storage. tered in Case NO. 2007
ELECTRONIC REGIS- NOTICE OF ACTION CA 005301 of the Cir-
TRATION SYSTEMS, 06/10/2009 cuit Court of the FIRST
INCORPORATED,, AS TO: MAGGIE L. Judicial Circuit in and
NOMINEE FOR. SPE THOMPSON a/k/a LEGAL#120227 for OKALOOSA
CIALIZED LOAN SERV- MAGGIE LEIGH County, Florida
ICING, LLC; are the THOMPSON and DA- IN THE CIRCUIT wherein U.S. BANK NA-
Defendants, I will sell to VID ALFORD, de- COURT OF THE TIONAL ASSOCIA-
the highest and best ceased,. and their un- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- TION, AS TRUSTEE OF
bidder for cash at IN known heirs, devisees, CUITT J.P MORGAN ALTER-
FRONT OF CLERK'S grantees, assigns, IN AND FOR NATIVE LOAN TRUST
FRONT DOOR OF creditors, and any OKALOOSA COUNTY, 2006-A4, is the Plaintiff
SHALIMAR ANNEX at other parties claiming FLORIDA and, SHAWN A.
11:00AM, on the 23 day by, through, under or CIVIL ACTION GRANATO; ANY' AND
of June, 2009, the fol- against them; and DA- CASE NO.:46-2009-CA ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
lowing described prop- VID ALFORD, JR., a -002208 DIVISION TIES CLAIMING BY,
erty as set forth in said known natural person, FILE NO:F09031801 THROUGH, UNDER,
Final Judgment: not known to be either AND. AGAINST THE'
T 4, I E dead or alive and all BANK OF AMERICA HEREIN NAMED INDI-
LOT 42, INDIAN LAK unknown heirs, devi- N A VIDUAL DEFEND-
PHASE III, ACCORD- sees, grantee, assigns, Plaintiff ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
ING TO THE PLAT creditors, or any other KNOWN TO BE DEAD
THEREOF AS RE- parties claiming by, vs OR ALIVE, WHETHER
CORDED IN PLAT through, under or -v SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
BOOK 16, PAGES) againsthim; NATHAN B. MILLER TIES MAY CLAIM-AN
92-93, OF THE PUB- Address Unknown at al INTEREST. AS
LIC RECORDS OF YOU ARE NOTIFIED efendant(s). SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, that an action to quiet (s) VISEES, GRANTEES,
FLORIDA. title to the following NOTICE OF ACTION OR OTHER CLAIM-
3 Df- property in Okaloosa ANTS; MORTGAGE
A/K/A C4093 Drift- County, Florida: TO: ELECTRONIC REGIS-
ing Sand Trail, Destin, For starting point, go to NATHAN B. MILLER TRATION SYSTEMS,
.FL 32541 the North quarter line LAST KNOWN AD- INCORPORATED, AS
stone in East section DRESS. 107 TAN- NOMINEE FOR
Any person claim- line of Section 15, NER TOWN ROAD CITIMORTGAGE, INC.;
Ing an interest in the Township 3 North, UNIT #E EMERALD LAKES
surplus from the sale, Range 23 West; thence BLUE RIDGE GA PROPERTY 'OWNERS
If any, other than the Westerly with the North 305136662 ASSOCIATION, INC.;
property owner as of quarter line 30 feet to a are the Defendants, I
the. date of the Lis point in the said quarter CURRENT ADDRESS: will. sell to the highest
Pendens must file a line; thence Northerly UNKNOWN and best bidder for
claim within sixty (60) with West line of Hare cash at
days after the sale. Street 475 feet to PRM ANY AND ALL UN- SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
WITNESSS MY HAND stone; thence Westerly KNOWN PARTIES OF CLERK'S FRONT
WITNESS MY HAND with North line of CLAIMING BY DOOR OF SHALIMAR
and the seal of this Pinewoods Drive 1717 THROUGH, UNDER ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
Court on June 1, 2009. feet to PRM stone; AND AGAINST THE the 19 day of June,
thence Northerly with HEREIN NAMED INDI- 2009, the following de-
Don W. Howard West line of Woodland VIDUAL DEFEND- scribed property as set
Clerk of the Circuit Street 225 feet tp ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT forth in said Final Judg-
Court stake-Point of Beginn- KNOWN TO BE DEAD ment:
By:Viki Jackson ing; thence Westerly OR ALIVE, WHETHER LOT 13, EMERALD
Deputy Clerk 200 feet to stake; SAID UNKNOWN PAR- LAKES PHASE Ill, BE-
in Crsve thence Northerly 100 TIES MAY CLAIM AN ING A PORTION OF
Publish in Crestview feet to stake, thence INTEREST AS UNSECTIONALIZED
News Bulletin Easterly 200 feet to SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH,
Invoice To: Florida De- stake, in the West line VISEES GRANTEES RANGE 22 WEST,
fault Law Group, FL. of, Woodland Street, OR OTHER CLAIM- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
RO.Box25018 thence Southerly/with ANTS FLORIDA, ACCORD-
Tampa, Florida West line of Woodland ING TO THE PLAT RE-
33622-5018 Street 100 feet to Point LAST KNOWN AD- CORDED IN PLAT
F 0 7 0 6 5 6 2 1 of Beginning. Being DRESS: UNKNOWN BOOK 19, PAGHES 5
LITTON-CONV-abiven Lots 20, 21,22 arid 23 AND 6, OF THE PUB-
**See Americans with in Block 20 as shown in CURRENT ADDRESS- LIC RECORDS OF
Disabilities Act the plat of Opportuni- UNKNOWN SAID COUNTY.
IMPORTANT ties Addition to
SShoffner City, Okaloosa YOU ARE NOTIFIED A/K/A 333 TEQUESTA .
thIn accordance with County, Florida. that an action to fore- DRIVE, DESTIN, FL
the Amlericans with Dis- has been filed against close a mortgage on 32541
ab ilities Ac, persons you in the Circuit Court the following pro perty
with disabilities need- in the First Judicial Cir- in OKALOOSA County, Any person .claiming an
ing special accommo- cult in and for Florida: interest in the surplus
dation to participate in Okal'oosa County, Flor- LOT 72, BLOCK C from the sale, if any,
this proceeding should ida and you are re- ROLLING PINES, AC other than the property
contact Court Adminis- quired to serve a copy CORDING TO THE owner as of the date of
tration at 101 James of your written de- PLAT THEREOF, AS the Lis Pendens must
Lee Boulevard East, senses, if any, to: RECORDED IN PLAT file a claim within sixty
Crestview, FL, JASON R. MOULTON BOOK 21, PAGE 65 (60) days after the sale.
32536-3515; telephone Attorney for Plaintiff c Tiic OI ii i oc-: WITNESS MY HAND
numer ttu 60-AN.Feron lv. ODSOFTH OKALCOSA aINd S the seloHisD


number (850) 660-A N. Ferdon Blvd. ORDS OF OKALOOSA and the seal of this
689-5000, Extension Crestview, FL 32536 COUNTY, FLORIDA Court on May 27, 2009.
7497, prior to the pro- on or before July 8, has been filed against
ceeding, or Shalimar 2009 and file the origi- you and you are re- DonW. Howard
(850) 651-7497 nal with the Clerk of quired to serve a copy Clerk of the Circuit
this Court at the of your written de- Court
IMPORTANT Okaloosa County tenses, if any, on or
Courthouse, Crestview, before July 13, 2009 By:Vickie Jackson
In accordance with Florida either before on Florida Default Law Deputy Clerk
the Americans with Dis- service on Plaintiff's at- Group, RL., Plaintiff's
abilities Act, persons torney or immediately atorne whose ad- Florida Default Law
with disabilities need- thereafter, or .a default dress is 9119 Corpo- Group, RL.
ing special accommo- will be entered against rate Lake Drive, Suite P.O. Box 25018
dation to participate in you for the relief de- 300, Tampa, Florida Tampa, Florida
this proceeding should handed in the Corn- 3364, and file the orig- 33622-5018
contact Court Adminis- plaint or Petition. final with this Court ei-
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IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
.with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
6/3/2009
6/10/2009

LEGAL#120229
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO.:46-2009-CA-
001684 DIVISION FILE
NO:F09027763
SUNTRUST MORT-
GAGE, INC,
Plaintiff,
vs.


IN AND FOR THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA
CASE NO.
08-CP-001305
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GLADYS M. GARRETT,
Deceased;
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS (Summary Ad-
ministration)
TO ALL PERSONS
HAVING CLAIMS OR
DEMANDS AGAINST
THE ABOVE ESTATE:
You are hereby notified
that an Order of Sum-
mary Administration
has been entered in the
estate of GLADYS MAE
GARRETT, deceased,
File Number
08-CP-001305, by the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
101 James Lee Boule-
vard, Crestview, Florida
32536; that the
decedent's date of
death was October 2,
2008; that the total
value of the estate is
$44,000.00 and that the
name and address of
those to whom it has
been assigned by such
order are:
Steve Wunker 4246
Edge Perry Road
Crestview, Florida
32539
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
All creditors of the es-
tate of the decedent
and 'persons having
claims or demands
against the estate of
the decedent other
than those for whom
provision for full pay-
ment was made in the


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et al, ministration must file
Defendantss. their claims with this IN W -
court WITHIN THE
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VIDUAL DEFEND- _______
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT Attorney for Person
KNOWN TO BE DEAD Giving Notice: Connie All new Pillowtop Mat-
OR ALIVE, WHETHER Roper Florida Bar No. tress Queen/box spring
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- 0811971 296 S. Ferdon Fact. warr. $169 Can
TIES MAY CLAIM AN Blvd Suite 5 Crestview deliver. 850-471-0330.
INTEREST AS Florida. 32536 Tele-
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- phone: 850-683-3940 -
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OREE OTER CLAIM- Person Giving Notice: Church Furniture. Does
ANTS Steve Wunker your church need
pews, pulpit set, bap-
LAST KNOWN A D-6/10/2009 tistery, steeple, win-
DRESS: UNKNOWN 6/17/2009 dows? Big Sale on new
: UNKNOWN .__________ cushioned pews and
CURRENT ADDRESS: cushions for hard
CURRENT ADDRESS: pews. (800)231-8360.
UNKNOWN S www.pewsl.com
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 1110
that an action to fore- Advertise in Over 100 ress and 2 C
close a mortgage on Papers! One Call One King Mawttr a sic
the following property Order -One Payment. boxset. ew, in plastic
in OKALOOSA County, The Advertising Net- 471-0330 Can deliver
Florida: works of Florida Put -4 C
LOT 421-A, BLOCK 7, Us to ork fork forYou
SANTA ROSA ISLAND (866)742-1373
SUBDIVISION IN www.national- Mattress and Box Set,
OKALOOSA COUNTY, classifieds.com, Full Size Still sealed
STATE OF FLORIDA, info@national- from factory, new,,
ACCORDING TO THE classifieds.corn $135. 850255-3050
PLAT RECORDED IN _______
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGES Donate Your Vehicle
168 OF THE PUBLIC Receive $1000 Grocery
RECORDS OF SAID Coupon United Breast
COUNTY AND STATE Cancer Foundation
,has been filed against Free Mammograms, 3230
you and you are re- Breast Cancer Info
quired to serve a copy www.ubcf.info Free Crestview
of your written de- Towing, Tax Doducti-
fenses, if any, on or ble, Non-Runners Ac-
before. July 13, 2009 cepted, (888)468-5964. 0'IP
on Florida Default Law --180-6
Group, RL., Plaintiff's p.
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo- 243 Bracewell June 12
rate Lake Drive, Suite 1160 & 13 9:00 to 6:00 ,2
.300, Tampa, Florida blocks behind White-.
33634, a i the oria- Black and gray male hurst Funeral Home. Fi-
inal with this Court e- tabby cat Name is nal closeout, jewelry to
thr before service on Tsuki Missin since junk. House to be sold.
Plaintiffs attorneyserv o 05/19 from N restview Everything must go.
Plaintiff's attorney or HuYCal
immediately thereafter; area .Ca Prices slashed.
otherwise a default will 305-6375
be entered against you
for the relief demanded M HI ts
in the Complaint or pe- 3EW rO a GCrestview
tition. eN CW *-tr GARAGE SALE!
This notice shall beS e t aJue 13,
published once each REWARD 7 am on, 2 ,-
wee' fonr two artic n srEiWARUD 7amt-NOOn, 2407 Cum-
tiv weeks in the Craest -Lost Red & White male berland Way. Area
view News Bulletin Beagle, Neutered. Call rugs, washer/dryer,
WITNESS my hand and 902-3624 round bar table, w/four
the seal of this Court chairs & curtains.
on this 27 day of May, -- --. _______
200e 3 Crestview
Don W. Howard t Huge Yard Sale
Clerk of the Court 248Bracewell
By:Anita Cantrall St. Fri & Sat
As Deputy Clerk / 8am-?
Florida Default Law CHANDISE Lots of items Low
Group, RL. 3100- Antiques prices.
RO. Box.25018 3110c-Appliances
Tampa, Florida 3120 Arts & Crafts
33622-5018 3130!- Auctions
3140- Baby Items p n sA
IMPORTANT 3150- Building Supplies N |
In accordance with the 3160- Business
Americans with Disa- 3 Equipment
ericant s Atth Dpsoan 3170-Collectibles Crestview
Abilities Act, persons 3180 Computers Multi Family
with disabilities need- 3190, Electronics
ing special 'accommo- 3200 Firewood Garage Sale
nation to participate in 3220 Furniture Sat 7am- 1 pm
this proceeding should 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
contact Court Adminis- 3240 Guns 5116
tration at 101 James 3250- Good Things to Eat Whitehurst Ln.
Lee Boulevard East, 3260 Health & Fitness
LeostAvwt FL: I 3270o Jewelry/Clothing
Crestview, FL,3280- Machinery/
32536-3515; telephone Equipment Crestview
number (850) 3200- Medical Equipment Multi-Family
689-5000, Extension 3300 Miscellaneous
7497, prior to the pro- 3310 Musical Instruments Yard Sale
ceeding. or Shalimar 3320- Plants & Shrubs/ Sat June 13th,
(850) 651-7497 Supplies 7am-3p 34R u
3330- Restaurant/Hotpel mead 314 Runny-
IMPORTANT 3340 Sporting Goodr mea (off Aplin
In accordance with the 3350-Tickets (Buy & Sell) Rd). Something nice
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need- .>
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin 2BRI2
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. Amenities Include:
6/3/2009 Pool, Patios, Garages,
6/10/2909 Ptis
Sidewalks, Community Ce
LEGAL#120233
IN THE CIRCUIT Eagle's Landing is located south of 1-10. Fror
COURT FOR PJ Adams, then left on Wildhorse, right on Riv
OKALOOSA COUNTY into Eagle's Landing.


Crestview Other
Yard Sale
Fri & Sat 7am-? Mystery NgEW TO' AY
Tools, furniture, books, Shoppers
clothes, baby items, Earn up to $100/ day. Crestview
and misc. Undercover shoppers Office Space
525 Tom needed to judge retail
Sawyer Lane and dining estab. No Executive Offices in
ase S n exp req 1-877-358-6239 McClain, Office Plaza
Riverchase Subdivision Web ID #27859448 on Hwy 85. Rate in-
cludes ALL utilities,
Sales high speed internet,
HlW nd common area main-
tainance and daily
324Help Wanted! cleaning 682-0791
GU ICould you use $500 to _
GUN SHOW $1000 extra income per
Santa Rosa County month? Please call
Auditorium, Milion, Sandy 1-800-85-1522
FL. June 20 & 21, '08.-- 6110
9am-5pm. (850) St. Mark United Meth- Crestview Bent Creek
957-4952 /261-8407 odist Church-Crestview eVo ersCr Ac
Gen. Admission $5. is seeking a part-time cepted. Rental assis-
orani worshund stance may beavail. 1 &
morning worship and 2 BR HC & non-HC ac-
Wednesday choir re- cessible apts. 209 Bent
hearsal plus some ape Creek Rd. Crestview,
S 3270 cial occasions and sea- FL Call 850 682-5563,
sonal events. Organist TDD/TTY 711. Equal
will work closely with Housing Opportunity
music director and Opportunity
choir to ensure a cohe- Crestview I & II Apart-
i sive musical program ments
Mens white gold designed to guide con-
band with princess $ gregation In enriched Now accepting applica-
cut diamonds $225 worship experience, tions for 1 & 2 BR HC &
Womens white gold Call 682-5282 for more non-HC accessible
diamond band $115. information. apartments for the eld-
Brand new, never
worn, still in original early and the disabled.
boxes. 301-751- 8000 Rental assistance may
FWboxes. 301-751-8000 be available. Call
850-682-5149,
4130 TD/TI'Y 711. 1450
$600 Weekly Potential Coremo Drive, Crest-
$$$ Helping the gov- view, FL. Equal Hous-
3300 ernment PT. No Expe- ing Opportunity.
Airlines Are Hiring -, rienc No Selling. Call: Crestview Inn
Train for high paying 888)213-5225 Ad Motel $35 d $165 WK,
Aviation Maintenance Code: M APT $190 Wk. $575 4
Career. FAA approved wk.Call 682-4466
program. Financial aid Driver-Bynum Trans-
if qualified- Housing port- needs qualified Crestview, Bent Creek
available. dall .Aviation drivers for. National Apartments I, Vouchers
Institute of Mainte- OTR positions. Food Accepted. Rental assis-
nance (888)349-5387. grade tanker, no tance may be available.
hazmat, no pumps, 1 & 2 BR, HC & non
Attend College Online great benefits, competi- HC accessible apart-
from Home. *Medical, tive pay & late-model ments.
*Business, *Paralegal, equipment. 209 Bent Creek Road,
*Computers, *Criminal (866)GO-BYNUM. Crestview, FL. Call
Justice. Job placement Need 2 years experi- 850 682-5563,
assistance. Computer ence. TDD/TTY 711. Equal
available. Financial Aid Housing Opportunity
if .qualified. Call Need CDL Drivers A or
(866)858-2121, B with 2 yrs recent *l SS*
www.CenturaOnline.com commercial experience *G
Straightwali Building to transfer motor 130
Sale! Unprecedented homes, straight trucks tview (NW.) 2br,
low prices...Deposits reactors and buses 2ba TH. w/utility room
reduced. Flexible Deliv- (800)501-3783 2ba$700/mo + $700 deroom,
ery. 25X30 $5680. 585-5007
30X40 $8490. 35X50 OTR Drivers Jdin 585-5007
$10,400. 40X60 PTLI Top Pay! Re- Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba
$12,980. 50X100 quired 12 Months expe- TH, $700 mo, $725 dd.
$21,900. Others! In rience and CDL-A. Out No smoke/pets. Near
Business 25 Years 10-14 days. No felony Walker Elem. 240-0890
(800)720-6857. or DUI past 5 Years.
(877)740-6262 Con- Crestview- 2 br, 1.5 ba
Spany TH. 103 Hampton. W/D
www.ptl-inc.com hkup, shed. $525 mo +
-- 3310 (888)417-1155 0/Os. dd. Pet w/fee. 682-8483
Fender Squire ---- .
Electric Guitar -
Fender hard case &. '
Fender 12" dual chan- 4Br 3Ba Foreclosure!
nel amp with remote i $11,500! Only $217/
foot switch, foot con- -.. Mo! 5% down 15 years
trolled digital effects @ 8% apr. Buy, 3 Br
processor with $199/Mo! for listings
wah-wah pedal, guitar B NESS& FINANCIAL (800)366-9783 ext 5798
stand and all cables.
Excellent condition I 5100- Business
$600. Call.226-6754 Opportunities
$60.Ca1,-65 5110 -Money to Lend NEW ,I A

... =Crestview- 3 br, 2 ba,
3320- 0near CHS. Big yard.
SALE SALE SALE 5100 $750 mo + dd. No pets
Daylilies- Many colors. All Cash Vending! Do /smoke. 420-0140
.50 cent to $1.00. you earn $800 in a
# 47233495 call for day? 25 Local Ma- = 13
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4100- Help Wanted
4110 Restaurants/Clubs
4120- Sales
'4130 Employment
Information


1 4100
DRIVER TRAINEES
NEEDED NOWI
Drivers being hired and
trained locally for
Werner Enterprises. No
exp. Needed
1-866-280-5309
Food Srvc/Hospitality

All Positions
for Cracker Barrel of
Crestview. Nights &
weekends 682-8804
Apply anytime. EOE
NEED A JOBIS
Exciting New Business
in Okaloosa County
looking for highly moti-
vated people that like
to have fun and make
above average income
There is a sign on :bo-
nus of $1000 and large
weekly bonuses of
$200 and $3501 Base,
pay of $425 a week.
Apply at 397 Walden
St., Crestview in per-
son. 850-306-2269 or
850-305-1704


chines and Candy
$9,995. (888)629-9968
BO02000033 Call us:
We will 'not be under-
sold!

Never been done be-
fore! $28,000 in days,
not weeks! No selling!
No explaining! No con-
vincingl Private Gifting
- Tax Codes Approved
by, IRS. Call
(888)905-3444

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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100 Business/
Commercial
6110 Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
6130 CondofTownhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms lor Rent
6170- Mobile Hame/Lot
6180 Out-of-Town Rentals
6190- Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Rentals


6100


Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $850 mo!
Call Jenny at Pelican
Real Estate 315-0972
Crestview 4bd 3ba,
double garage; 3000
SF Brand New. $1200
mo. +dd. call
850-683-5355 or
850-368-2392
Crestview- Newly re-
modeled duplex, 3 br,
1 ba, CH&A, W/D hkup
$575/mo, $450dd. Call
683-5759

New Homes
for Rent -
FWB
Gated Community
4 br, 3 ba, 2,423sf
$2,175
Gated Community
4br, 3be, 2cg, 2349sf
$2,050
Niceville
5 br, 3 ba, 3 cg,
3967 Sf, $2,875
Last month rent plus
Sec. deposit required
Mo-Fri 7-4: 864-5426
After Hours: 699-0326


Crestview- 899 S. Southside, Crestview
Ferdon Blvd. Approxi- 4855 Kenfington Lane.
mately 806 SF. '2 year Charming 3/2 Lg, pri-
lease, $525 mo. one vacy fenced back yard,
month advance de- 12x20 All electric work-
posit. Lessor pays elec- shop. Screened back
tricity fees and a por- porch' with refrigerated
tion of the water/ sew- snack bar. Hot tub .&
age and gas fees. For deck. Dep + $925 mo.
details/ or information Or tent to own, land'
call 6825434 contract. 850-218-6101


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Teel & Waters
"Heal Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
* 3542 Auburn Rd,
$695, 3 BR 1 BA, 1 AC,
* 3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3BR, 2BA, lAC
* 217 Forrest Pkwy
$775, 3BR, 1.5BA
* 107 Beacon's Bend
$900, 4BR, 3BA
* 102 Trenton Ave
$945, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
* 332 Adams Drive
$1175,3 BR, 2 BA 2CG
* 715 Majestic Prince,
$1100, 3BR, 2BA
no pets
* 394 Riverchase Blvd
$1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CG
* 290 Main Street
$1500 Commercial
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 year
lease, no inside smok-
ing, pet fees are non-
refundable.
Call Debra
Frost 682-6156



Crestview- Room to
rent 3br brick home
$450 mo includes eve-
rything. Call 902-6081


6170


NEW IJAY

Crestview Large
2BR/2BA on nice pri-
vate lot $495. mo. +
dd Call 362-9845 -
Crestview- Nice 4 br, 2
ba MH. 2 mi E. of Hwy
85 & 90. Fenced. $700
+dd. Pet ok. 682-8483
Holt For Sale or lease.
2bd 1ba on 2 acres
$450mo.+dd, & ref.
499-7412 or 537-8528
Laurel Hill- 3bd 2ba
Quiet Country setting,
$700 mo + $500
deposit, Pets neg. call
803-3004







REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
7100 Homes
7105- Open Houses
7110- Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 Condo/Townhouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160- Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
Property
7190- Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 Timeshare


7100







602 Mooney
Rd. FWB
Kenwood

Beautiful brick 3 br, 2
ba, 2 cg. Close to
bases on quiet half
acre corner lot. Built
in 1994. Kitchen re-
cently updated with
stainless steel appli-
ances. Corner FP in
LR wall brick hearth,
vaulted ceilings, fresh
paint, security sys-
tem, updated elec-
tronic irrigation, large
screened porch un-
der roof, chain link
back yard perfect 'for
pets. $294,900: Call
850 226-6754

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Coastal Georgia Bank
ordered sale 1.+ Acre
Ocean Access $29,900
.(888)982-8952 x 5192
http://www.
oceanaccess299.com/


Developer Special 3+
acres $54,400. .(was
$75,000). Wooded, pri-
vate, ready to build.
Owner will finance. Call
now (866)352-2249


Dockable, Lakefront
$69,9001 (was $99,900)
Wooded homesite w/
beautiful shorefine. In
gated community. Mins
from Interstate! Excel-
lent financing. Call now
.(800)564-5092, ask for
x 1511


Lake Lot Deal Fell
Thru! 2.6 AC- $19,300
Free Boat Slips! (was
$39,900) Secluded
wooded lot w/ deeded
access to private
stocked bass lake.
Quiet rd frontage, utili-
ties, warranty deed. Ex-
cellent financing. Must
see, call now
(888)792-5253, x3038'


Pre-Grand Opening
Sale! 8 Acres w/ Deep
Dockable Lakefront
Only $39,900 Sat &
Sun 6/27 & 28 Save
$10,000* Spectacular 8
acre hardwood setting
w/ deep dockable wa-
terfront! Prime AL loca-
tion. Paved rds, county
water, utils all com-
pleted. 'Lowest financ-
ing in yrsl Call now
(866)952-5302, ask for
x.1525 Price includes
discount


AUTOMOTIVE.AINE
IRECREATIONAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8150 Commercial
8160 Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
8240 Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation.
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers& Trailers
*8340 Motorhomes



Buy Police Impoundsl!
99 Honda Accord
$500! 99 Honda Civic
$800! for listings call
(800)366-9813 ext 9271


S8160o
1975 Harley Davidson
1000cc Sportster
$3500 1977 KZ Hard
Tail Springer Kawaski,
Chopper $2500. 2002
Honda 4 wheeler 250cc
$1800. EZ- go gas golf
cart lifted & 1976 large
tires. $800. call
598-4071


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4Br 3Ba 1Half-Ba 3,634 For all land owners.
sqft Single Family Your land or family
Home situated on 7 ac- land. All Credit O.K.
res in Thomas Co, GA. 850-682-3344
Double Garage, Fence,
Deck, Screened Porch. Crestview 3BR/2BA
$359,900 Norris Bishop 1998 26X54 Dou-
Realty (229)890-1186 blewide Call 225-2487
Crestview- 1998 MH, 3
br, 2 ba 28'x48', 1 ac.
5292 Fairchild Rd.
$75K. 931-648-2850
NEW TODOAY Get our share of the
SGovernment
Bank Owned Prop- Bailout...
erties Free Lists Receive up to $8000 to
Cellstate Gulfcoast help buy your new
Realty 850-472-2500 home... Call Clayton
SHomes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758
New Govern-
Destiny West, ment Financing
By Owner O Program!
y Owner On all 3 or 4 Bed-
Close 'to the beach, rooms! Rates as low as
Beautiful 2 story 4.75%. No Credit br
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd, Bad Credit OK! Call
2.5 bth on Paradise Clayton Homes of Cre-
Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh- stview 850-683-0758
borhood pool, tennis,
Built in 2005. $820,000.
Call 830-3287 for show-
ing. Agents welcome.
S 7190
Covington County, AL
Only 70 miles from the
Foreclosed Home beach, but away from
Auction- Florida State- hurricanes. This 2125
wide Auction starts sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2
July 11. 600 Homes bath house is situated
Must be sold! REDC I on 12 acres. Great floor
Free Brochure plan and is available
www.Auction.com completely furnished,
RE No. CQ1031187 including some farm
Sequip. for $300,000 or
unfurnished for
$270,000. All furniture
is in excellent condi-
tion. Has a horse barn
with garage and fenced
property for horses.
Individual wants to The pastures have
buy house for invest- piped water supply.
ment. Call 651-0987 Just 3 miles from shop-
ping, but country living
at its best. For info con-
tact: 334-427-0417 or
Lake Guntersville 334-804-3116
Alabama
Homesites from
$29,900. ,
1--888-446-5253 x.5199 ,
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