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EDITORIAL............................A8
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BUSINESS............................. B4
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Photos by ANN SPANN 1 cr. rie, Nr% ; Bull,: nn
Fire departments across north Okaloosa County work together to provide mutual aid to
other districts during emergency responses. Could consolidation help them standardize
equipment and better coordinate responses?




CONSOLI DATE?

That is the question for fire districts


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When a major thunder-
storm rolled across the north
end of the county in late Maey,
lightning touched off at least
three fires in rapid succes-
sion.
While North Okaloosa Fire
District firefighters battled a
residential blaze on Old River
Road, another residence went
up in flames on Wisteria Ave-
nue in an unincorporated are
just northeast of Crestview.
Eventually a fire engine
from the south end of town
was dispatched to the fire
on Wisteria. Meanwhile, fire-
fighters at a closer station
stood by just waiting for a call


that never came.
The situation perfectly il-
lustrated the need for one co-
ordinated firefighting district
outside of the Crestview Fire


Department's -service area,
some observers, including
firefighters, said.
See FIRE A4


QK TH OKALOOSA
COUT I RE DISTRICT 1505IOS
Almarant 6 Crestview: 4/9 Laurel Hill: 7/8
Baker: 5/86'- orcas: 4/9 North
Blackman. 9/9 '"olt: 7/9 Okaloosa: 5/9
.The'fiifsnunmber refers to the district's rating for
homes withinijfive goad nliiles.of the department and
within 1,000 fe0if';f afire hydrant. The second
nni.ber'.refers tb the district's ratings for homes
;,'itlilfive'road iniles of the department and more
than 1,000 feet from a fire hydrant.


Money where your mouth is

Dentist helps locals while raising money for Swazi kids


Photo and story by Brian Hughes,
Crestview News Bulletin
When imuninsured low-income area
families see Dr. Jennifer Wayer for
dental treatment, the minimal fees
they pay' help even needier children
in Swaziland.
"After much consideration, and
prayer, we have decided on a strategy
that we believe will benefit our local
community and ultimately, children
around the world," Dr. Wayer said in
a recent letter to supporters.
Her practice joined World Vision,


a Christian organization, to raise
money for a Hope Care Center in
Swaziland, a southern African nation
surrounded on three sides by South
Africa and by Mozambique on the
east. The small country gained its in-
dependence i4 the 1960s and is part
of the British Commonwealth.
Dr. Wayer calls her office's program
"Hearts for Hope." Emmanuel Bap-
tist Church is assisting her by holding
the money she collects in a special
account, until the goal is reached.
See DENTIST A4


HEARTS FOR
HOPE: Dr.
Jennifer
Wayer, bottom
row, center,
and her
"Hearts for
Hope" office
team. Top row,
Tara Llewellyn,
NicoleiJames
and Bonnie
Bodine. Bottom
row, Amy
Bradshow,
Dr. Wayer
and Christy
Baggett.


a,.


CHS ranked


among top


300 schools

School recognized

for more AP testing
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin,
Crestview High School reached
a new high on Newsweek's list of the
top 1,500 high schools in the United
States.
CHS checks in at No. 282 on the
Newsweek list for 2009. CHS was 508th
'in 2008 and 882nd in 2006.
"It's just credit to our kids and a
credit to our faculty and staff and the
hard work they do and the preparation
they do," CHS principal Ed Coleman
said.
The Newsweek rankings are based
on number of Advanced Placement,
international Baccalaureate or Cam-
bridge tests taken per graduating se-
nior during'the 2007-08 school year. Any
school with an average of 1.0 qualifies
for the Newsweek list. Just six percent
of public schools in the United States
reached that standard, according to
the Newsweek article.
Crestview had an average of 2.643
Advanced Placement tests per gradu-
ating senior during the 2007-08 school
year, Choctawhatchee is the only pub-
lic high school in Okaloosa County that
offers International Baccalaureate or
Cambridge tests.
CHS averaged 2.007 AP tests per
graduating senior in 2006-07 and 1.327
AP tests per graduating senior in
2004-05.
See CHS A4

AMONG THE ELITE
Crestview High School's
ranking in Newsweek's annual
list of America's top 1,500 high
schools:
2009 No. 282 (2.643 tests)
2008 No. 508 (2.007 tests)
2006 No. 882 (1:327 tests)
Other local schools' ranking
in Newsweek's 2009 listing
of America's top 1,500 high
schools:
No. 168 Choctawhatchee
(3:17 tests) '
No. 322 Niceville (2.516 tests)
No. 460 Fort Walton Beach
(2.207 tests)
Note: "Tests" refers to the number
of'Advanced Placement, International
Baccalaureate or Cambridge tests taken
per graduating senior.







A2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Wednesday, June 17, 2009


(restview man dies in CR 393 wreck


Mona Moore
Florida Freedom Newspapers

A Crestview man is
dead after a late-night
crash Saturday.
According to a report
from the Florida Highway
Patrol, Jimmy Dewayne
Brown, 46, was traveling


too fast :when he failed
to negotiate, a curve on
County Road 393.
Brown overcorrected
by steering his vehicle to
the left. The truck started
rotating counter-clock-
wise and returned to the
roadway. Brown attempt-
ed to regain control of the
truck and it started turn-


ing ,clockwise and over-
turned.
Brown, who was not
wearing a seat belt, was
ejected from the truck
and found lying face-down
near the truck at about
11:10 p.m. He died at the
scene.
The wreck is still under
investigation.


Obituaries

lesha Renee Musgrove


lesha R. Musgrove,
age 18, of Crestview, was
called home to final rest
on June 4, 2009. Funeral
services were held
Wednesday, June 10 at
First Church of God in
Christ with Elder Edward
Parker officiating and with
McKinnie Funeral Home
directing.
She was a native of
Crestview. lesha was a
good daughter, sister, aunt
and granddaughter and
will be greatly missed by
all that knew and loved her.
lesha leaves to
cherish her memories
her mother, Michelle
Musgrove of Crestview;
father, LaShawn Campbell
(Neicey) of Pensacola;
sisters, Monisha Simon,
Jeanine Reynolds, Canuis,
Reynolds and Porshea


Clarence H. Parks,
age 78, of Crestview, was
called home to be with our
Lord Sunday, June 4, 2009.
Final arrangements were
entrusted to McKinnie
Funeral Home.
Born in Anderson, Ind.,
Clarence called Crestview.
home for numerous years.
He was a loving father,


Musgrove, all of Crestview;
brothers, Kenneth
Brooklns.and LaShawn
Campbell, both of
Pensacola; grandmothers,
Geraldine Siler of
Crestview, Millie (James)
McDaniel of Fort Walton
Beach and Helen Pryor of
Atlanta, Ga.; grandfathers,
Jenkin Logan of Opp,
Ala. and James Means of
Crestview; godmothers,
Stephanie Thomas of
Crestview and Renee
Brantley of Pensacola;
godfathers, Douglas
Hardy of Crestview
and Michael Moore of
Flowersview, FlM.; aunts,
Reather (Donald) Sutter,
Mary Rogan, Margarett
Coleman and Anganetta
Beal, all of Crestview,
Denise Campbell, Valerie
Stanton and Jacquelyn

Clarence Homer Parks
grandfather and great-
grandfather. Clarence will
be dearly missed by all
that knew him.
Clarence leaves to
cherish his memories a
daughter, Edith Parks of
Crestview; sons, Larry
Parks of Buffalo, Mo.,
Mike Parks of Greencastle,
Ind., James Parks of


(Eddie) Mahaffey, all of
Atlanta, Ga.; uncles, Jerry
Siler of Clarkville, Ky.,
Dwen Thomas of Atlanta,
Johnny Logan and James
Logan, both of Dothan,
Ala., Harold (Patrice)
Stanton Jr. of Crestview,
Michel (Sherlonda)
Campbell of Washington,,
D.C., Julius Coachman
and Corey (Shameka)
Coachman, both of Fort
Walton Beach; nephews,
' Ty'vi Tucker, Jesiya Tucker
and Malachi Akins, all of
Crestview; nieces, Nevaeh
Dortch and Charlasia
Tucker, both of Crestview;
and a host of other
relatives and friends.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for lesha
Musgrove online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


N. Vernon, Ind., and Ed
Parks of Jacksonville, Fla.;
seven grandchildren, 9
great-grandchildren and
other relatives and friends.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for
Clarence Parks online
at www.crestviewbulletin.
com.


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'Happy homecomg for 919th


Happy homecoming for 919th


Story and photo by John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin
The first C-130 Combat
Talon touched down at
1400 hours on June 8, fol-
lowed closely by the sec-
ond aircraft. Aboard were
36 members of the 919th
Special Operations Wing
who had just completed
combat tours in Afghani-
stan.
For some, it was the
first deployment. For oth-
ers it was another in a long
line of goodbye kisses and
sweeter receptions.
The families, friends,
relatives, colleagues, and
well-wishers all shared in
one thing in common on
this beautiful June day:
The welcome home of
those whom they loved,
respect and work with.
There were even some
four-legged family mem-
bers present, making the
day all the more poignant.
One career military


wife summed up her hus-
band's homecoming in the
way many older, career
wives do: By greeting him
with a warm kiss and a list
of the things that need re-
pairing.
In the military it- is
called the TDY principle.
If it breaks, falls apart, or
won't work, it will do so
the moment the husband/
spouse gets on the plane.
"I think that is some-
thing that happens to all
of us sooner or later,"
laughed Susan Had-
dock, who complained
her freezer was giving
her problems. "But this
is something we learn' to
deal with." ,
But that is the life of a
career warrior. Indeed,
the men and women of the
919th are certified war-
riors.
The wing has been ac-
tively deploying' into Af-
ghanistan on a rotational
basis, relieving active duty


components since the
United States began Oper-
ation Enduring Freedom.
It is not unusual or out of
the ordinary for men and
women of the 919th to be
outbound or inward bound
on any given day.
Civilian on the outside,
on the inside they are cut
from the same stone as
Lindberg, Mitchell, Doo-
little and LeMay.
The life of a warrior is
that of a nomad. It is al-
most certain 25 years from
now, a young wife whose
husbafid is just returning
from his first overseas
military operation will
be standing on the park-
ing apron and anxiously
awaiting his deplaning
while beside, her stands
a woman who occupied
that same position those
many years ago. That lit-
tle wide-eyed boy is now a
grown man.'
And the car engine ser-
vice light just came on.


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The Dental Assisting
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free dental X-rays in June
and July as a service to the
public and to provide practi-
cum experience for NWFSC
dental radiology students. A
written request or prescrip-
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the specific X-rays needed
is required. The finished X-
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any follow-up treatment that
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Photos special to the Crestview News Bulletin

EVOCATIVE IMAGES: These photos of the Apalachicola River (left) and Tupelo Creek are representative of the stunningly beautiful images on exhibit at the Mattie Kelly
Arts Center galleries through July 24.



Photo & film exhibition celebrates Apalachicola River


Special to the
Crestview News Bulletin
The galleries at the
Mattie Kelly Arts Center
at Northwest Florida State
College will present a new
exhibit June 21 to July 24.
Apalachicola River: An
American Treasure is free
and open to the public.
The exhibit is the culmi-
nation of the work of five in-
dividuals who tell the story
of the "big river." It shares
the history. of the people


who make their living from
the river and deals with
the politics and water wars
between Alabama, Florida,
and Georgia.
Through their photo-
graphs and film, the artists
are able to-capture the un-
marked beauty of the Apala-
chicola River that is not of-
ten seen by the public. They
highlight places such as the
River Styx, Kennedy Creek
and Tupelo Creek
World-renowned photog-
raphers Clyde Butcher and


Richard Bickel depict the
land and people that make
up the Apalachicola River.
Butcher has captured na-
ture's seductive beauty with
his stunning black and white
landscape photographs for
more than 35 years. For the
past two decades Butcher
has photographed the Flori-
da landscape, producing ex-
*quisite images of the diverse
coastline and waterways,
prompting many to refer to
him as "the Ansel Adams"of
the South."


In this exhibit, Butcher
explores the sprawling land-
scape and takes viewers on
a journey where they have
not been before.
Bickel is a photojour-
nalist who has worked on
assignments in more than
70 countries for publica-
tions such as The New York
Times Magazine and Na-
tional Geographic.
Bickel's portraits reveal
the spirit and vitality of
the people whose lives are
directly impacted by the


Apalachicola River. His im-
ages include fishermen and
their families who depend
upon the river for their sur-
vival.
With the contributions of
filmmaker Elam Stotzfus,
noted screenwriter Jane At-
kins and composer Sammy
Tedder, the accompanying
film shows the importance
of the Apalachicola and the
message of conservation.
The film has received
many accolades and been
screened at a variety of film


festivals that include the
Houston International Film
Festival and the Napa-So-
noma Wine Country Film
Festival.
Gallery hours for the ex-
hibit are Monday to Thurs-
day, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sun-
days from 1 to 4 p.m. and
90 minutes prior to most
performances in the main
stage theater of the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center.
For information,, contact
the gallery office at 850-729-
6044.


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

'Murder on the'
Rebound'
'THURSDAY, JUNE
18 Act4Murder, Murder-
Mystery Dinner Theater
presents their original
play "Murder on the Re-
bound," performed during
a delicious, three-course
meal at the beautiful and
historic Hotel DeFlmiak's
remodeled.dining room.,
What happens when a
group of friends suddenly,
unexpectedly, and mysteri-
ously find themselves wid-
ows? What else? They pool
their insurance money and
buy a restaurant!
These happy widows
can hardly wait to sing and
dance their way into your
hearts. It's the start of a
whole new beginning, and
it's also the perfect night
to confide in one another
about the new love in their
lives.
Yes, these recent wid-
ows decided they'd rather
find love on the rebound
then no love,at all, but be
careful: whoever rebounds
first, may also be last!
The show, written by
Act4Murder founder Paula
Hilton, features the come-
dic talents of Act4Murder
regulars Mary Ann Averi-
tte, Michelle DellaFave,
Debby Geisen, Kay Yar-
brough, Christopher Man-
son and Joe Chase, with
choreography by Rochelle
Kimball.
Seating will .begin at
5:30, with the dinner and
show at 6:15. Price $49.95
per person plus tax and
gratuity. For reservations,
call (850) 951-2233..
Performed at Bogey's
Bar & Restaurant, 400 E.
Nelson, DeFuniak Springs.

Auditions for
'The Diaries of
Adam and Eve'
Northwest Florida
State College Humanities,
Fine and Performing Arts
Division will hold auditions
on Saturday, June 27, at 4
p.m. for its fall production
of Mark Twain's "The Dia-
ries of Adam and Eve."
Auditions will be in the
Sprint Theater of the Mat-
tie Kelly Arts Center on
the Niceville Campus.
The play requires a
cast of one man and one
woman, both in their early
20s, and will be directed by
Clint Mahle of the college's
theater faculty.


Adapted by David
Birney from Mark Twain's
"The Diaries of Adam and
Eve" is a touching and hu-
morous story of humanity's
first couple from their first
discovery of each other as
"experiments" through
their fall from grace, and
their subsequent discovery
of what it is to be human.
For the audition, a
prepared one-minute co-
medic monologue of ap-
proximately 10 to 20 lines
from the play .is required
and will beo provided by
the director. Memorization
is not essential but is pre-
ferred. The audition will
be a one-on-one perfor-
mance of the monologue'
for the director and stage
manager. For a copy of the
monologue, send your re-
quest to Mahle at mahlej@
nwfstatecollege.edu or call
850-729-6007.

'Beauty & the
Beast' tickets


at 7:30 p.m. on the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center.
Tickets are on sale
now for $20 for adults and
$15 for youth age 18 and
under, and are available
at the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center Box Office in-per-
son, by phone at 850-729-
6000 or online at www.
mattiekellyartscenter.org.
Based on the Academy-
Award winning animated
feature, the stage version
of "Disney's Beauty and
the Beast" includes all of
the wonderful songs writ-
ten by Alan Menken and
the late Howard Ashman
along with new songs
by Menken and Sir Tim
Rice.
The production stars
area actors including
Darla Briganti of Holt;
Nalia Bauer, Rita Dailey,
George Frye, Mary Glea-
son, Zach Hillard, Jesse
Hinton and Jarick Rivers
of Crestview; and Bruce
Culpepper of DeFuniak
Springs.


The Humanities, Fine
& Performing Arts Divi- Let the community
sion of Northwest Florida know about your arts or
State College will present entertainment events
Disney's most acclaimed and activities. Send de-
and beloved Broadway tailstobrianh@crestview
musical, "Beauty and the bulletin.com, or call us at
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Northwest Florida
State College recognized
the superior 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 cred-
its in the term who made
a grade point average of
3.8 to 4.0 during the se-
mester. 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
County honor students
are listed below.

Dean's List
BAKER: Karen
Bermes, Kara, Ding-
ess, James Groshong,
Elizabeth Irvine, Katie
Jones, Cynthia Kam-
mer, Abigail Kinsey,
Jonathan Lyons, Austin
McCart, Rachel Sailor,,
Nikita Wilson
CRESTVIEW:
Casey Adams, Christy
Arven, Carlos Avellanet,
Tashiana Bailey, Ken-
nie Barnett, Sharelle


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Coleman said more students
and parents in CHS commu-
nity are realizing the benefits of
the AP program. Students get a
challenge in the classroom and
also can earn college credit with
strong scores on the correspond-
ing AP tests.
"Our faculty and staff have
encouraged kids to take more


rigorous courses," Coleman said.
"They've raised the bar and chal-
lenged the kids.
"The other thing is, the par-
ents have realized the impor-
tance of taking an AP course. The
student is being exposed .to a lit-
tle more rigorous instruction. On
top of that, the parents are look-
ing at fact their child is going to


be going to college and can enter
college with 30 or 40 credits. That
saves the parents dollar signs
and also cuts down the number
of years the student has to attend
college."
Others have taken notice of
the Crestview AP program's
growth. Assistant principal Ja-
son Driver said Crestview High


.School will be making a presenta-
tion about how to start and grow
an AP program at the Advanced
Placement National Conference
in San Antonio in July.
"It's the kids rising to the
challenge, and the teachers have
been awesome," Driver said.
The No. 1 school in the na-
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many people who are losing
their jobs and losing their -
insurance," Dr. Wayer said.
"We can certainly address
the most urgent needs of
those folks."
Wayer said her goal is
not to offer "free servic-
es," but to make services
available' at significantly
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halfway to our goal, and
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five weeks," Dr. Wayer
said.
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which it is built. These im-
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percent or more.
"Of course we're doing
everything we can to help
people here, but at the same
time, those children over
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Currently, mpst of the
north end of the county out-
side of Crestview.is served
by the NOFD. Independent
fire fighting districts are
also located in Holt, Baker,
Dorcas, Blackman, Alma-
rante and Laurel Hill.
All have a rich history of
cooperation, offering mu-
tual aid to one another as
emergencies arise.
A problem, however, is
coordinating those respons-
es. Some districts also face
financial difficulties.
A solution would be to
consolidate all seven dis-
tricts into one north Oka-
loosa County fire district.,
"The days of indepen-
dent special fire control dis-
tricts are over, and we need
to have county fire," former
Blackman Fire District,
commissioner Ben Mor-
gan told a recent meeting
of the North Okaloosa Fire
District, as reported in the
News Bulletin on May 22.
"Unless something hap-
.pens, there is no survival
(for independent fire dis-
tricts). We're just living on
borrowed time," Morgan
said. "Everybody tries to
live hand to mouth, and
if not for mutual aid, we
would be at a crisis."

County cannot force
consolidation
Consolidating firefight-
ing departments into one in-
dependent district appeals
to Okaloosa County com-
missioner Wayne Harris.
"I think there is no se-
Scret that I would Trather
see a single north-end fire
district," Harris said. "The.
reason for thattis standard-
ization."
Harris advocated a "one
chief and several co-chiefs"
structure that would allow
regional command using
existing departments as its
foundation.
"I would like to see them
work a little closer, maybe
do some cross-training and
cross-utilization," Harris
said. "That would benefit
the citizens and it would
benefit themselves."
Harris emphasized that
his suggestions were his
own and did not reflect
the opinion of the Board of
County Commissioners.
He also stressed that if the
board wanted to consolidate
north county firefighting
units, there is little it could
legally do toward that end.
"It would have to be
done by state legislation,"
Harris said. "The state cre-
ated those districts. Aside
from encouraging the state
government to do some-
thing, (the county) can't do
anything."
The county is not in-.
terested in assuming the
direct operation of a large
fire district anyway, Harris
said. That step could add
upwards of 300 firefighters-
to the county payroll.
"The last thing I would
want to do is add that num-
ber of county employees,"
he said.

Some smaller
districts wary.
Smaller districts are
wary of consolidation, par-
ticularly given, difficulties
experienced by fire depart-
mdnts in Walton and Escam-
bia counties. Those counties
recently underwent forms
of consolidation.
"Escambia and Walton
counties are absolute di-
sasters," said Ben Carr,
chairman of the Baker Fire
District Board of Commis-
sioners. "They displaced
the majority of the volun-
teers, but they can't raise
enough funding to pay full-
time firefighters. If it's not
broken, don't fix it.


"There may be a need
for consolidation, with
some portions of one join-
ing with another, but the
idea of consolidating every-
one, I don't see the need for
it," Carr said.
"Baker is opposed to any
consolidation," he contin-
ued. "You wind with a large
department and large over-
head, and nobody's in the
mood to raise more taxes
right now to pay for it."
Mack Wilkins, chairman
of the Almarante Fire Dis-
trict Board of Commission-
ers, said consolidation is
not a topic under consider-
ation at all in his district.
"We haven't given a
great deal of thought to it,"
Wilkins said. "Right now,
financially, we're about the
best in the whole county
because we don't owe any-
thing, and we've got two
nickels that we can rub to-
gether. We haven't overex-
tended ourselves."
Baker Deputy Fire Chief
Scott Chestnut said consol-
idation "has been, consid-
ered in the past, but for it
to work, whoever headed it
up.would have to be outside
any of the existing districts
now to'be impartial."

Santa Rosa a
possible model
Chestnut cited as a pos-
sible model the Santa Rosa
County Fire Department.
"The way Santa Rosa
County does it would work
really well in our area,"
Chestnut said.
Santa Rosa's nine in-
dividual fire' departments
maintain their autonomy.
-For matters of budget and
regional coordination, they
come under the county.
Finding comes from a mu-
nicipal service benefit unit
(or MSBU). Residences un-
der 3,500 square feet pay an
MSBU fee of $85 per year.
Larger residences pay $175.
Commercial properties pay
$.025 per square foot, with a
$150 minimum.
"The departments have
pulled together to do pur-
chasing," explained Santa
Rosa County emergency.
services coordinator Brad
Baker. "Each department
is still its own entity. We're
kind of consolidated, but
each department is still an
independent volunteer fire
department.
"It also gives us a little
more oversight to their
spending," Baker said.
Pooling resources and
management has resulted
in better coordination for
fire and emergency re-
sponses, Baker said.
"We pull all nine chiefs
.into the same room," he
said. "They can discuss
what equipment is needed
for different kinds of re-
sponses."
Increased equipment
standardization has been
another benefit, and less-
affluent departments have
been able to purchase
needed equipment.
"We've probably saved
more $100,000 the first
year," Baker said. "We're
all buying the same gear,
the same radios and the
same pagers, and we buy
them all at the same time."
Could Santa Rosa's be a
viable model for northern
Okaloosa County?
"When you have the
money and the staffing and
a decent station people can
come to, you'll attract more
volunteers," said Deputy
Chief Chestnut.
And bulk equipment
purchases, have many ad-
vantages, not least of which
is financial.
"There will come a time
when we're going to need
standardization," Harris
said.


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Wednesday, June 17, 2009


Public Safety


Crestview News Bulletin I A5


OFFICER SEARS: New Crestview Police Department officer Todd Sears
gets assistance from his mother, Paula, as he puts on his CPD badge.


CPD welcomes


two new officers


Photos and story by Kyle Wright
i Crestview News Bulletin
Mothers and sons shared the
moment as the Crestview Police
Department welcomed two new of-
ficers on Thursday.
Todd Sears and Caraly Miranda
took their oaths as the Crestview
Police Department's newest offi-
cers.
Sdars was accompanied by his
mother, Paula, as he took his oath
and then received his CPD badge.
"I'm excited and ready to get
back to work," said Sears, who came
to the Crestview area from south
Florida within the last year.
Miranda's young son, Alex Ri-
vera, stood by his mother as she
took her oath as received-her CPD
badge.
"I'm excited to be a part of Crest-
view," said Miranda, who came to
the area from Massachusetts about
a year ago.
City officials and family mem-
bers filled the council chambers in
City Hall to welcome the new CPD
officers.
"As always, we think they will be
quality assets to the department,"
CPD Chief Brian Mitchell said. "We
look forward to getting them trained


OFFICER MIRANDA: Caraly Miranda
gets help from her son, Alex
Rivera, as she puts on her badge.
and getting them out to assist the
community."
Mitchell said the two new offi-
cers give the CPD a total of 50, with
two vacancies remaining.
"You come td us with the highest
respect," Crestview Mayor David
Cadle told the two new officers in
his remarks. "We realize the sacri-
fice on your part and on the part of
your family."


Photos and story by Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Stay a step ahead. Solve the little prob-
lems before they become big ones.
Both traits apply to 'Marquis Johnson
of the Crestview Fire Department and
Timothy White of the Crestview tPolice
Department.
The two men now share another trait.
They received the quarterly honors from
the city of Crestview during a ceremony
Thursday at City Hall.
Johnson, a 10-year veteran of the
Crestview Fire Department, received the
Firefighter of the Quarter award.
' CFD Chief Joseph Traylor said John-
son has a knack for anticipating and com-
pleting tasks ahead of time.
"He's always there and always does
what he is asked," Traylor said. "And 90
percent of the time, he's already done
what you were going to ask him to do."
White received the Crestview Police
Department's Officer of the Quarter rec-
ognition.
CPD Chief Brian Mitchbll spoke of
White's proactive response to a tip that
resulted in the arrest of a man suspected
of planning a "violent shootout" in the
city of Crestview. White's actions helped
lead to the arrest of Taurean Proch by
federal authorities in Omaha, Neb., in
March. Proch was planning a shootout
"similar to the incident that occurred in
Hollywood, Calif., in 1997," according to
a CPD hews release at the time. That in-
cident left 10 officers and seven civilians
injured.
"Not only did he help the people in
Crestview, but he helped the citizens in
another state by being conscientious and
doing his job," Mitchell said.
Mitchell said White's actions exempli-
fled the department's philosophy of tak-
ing care of little problems before they be-
come big problems.
Both honorees received watches from
Keith Lewis representing Lewis & Co.
Jewelers.
"We want to provide the'city, of Crest-
view with the best any. small city has to of-
fer, and we do that in the Crestview Police
Department and Crestview Fire Depart-
ment," Mayor David Cadle said.


FIREFIGHTER OF THE QUARTER: Marquis Johnson
(left) receives a certificate as the Crestview Fire
Department's Firefighter of the Quarter from Mayor
David Cadle.


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OFFICER OF THE QUARTER: Timothy White (left) receives
a certificate as the Crestview Police Department's
Officer of the Quarter from Mayor David Cadle.


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Crestview News Bulletin I A7


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
MERITORIOUS SIBLINGS: From left, Crestview High School alumni Mark, Leon Jr.
and Tracy Curenton, shown with their proud mom, retired educator Bertie Ann
Curenton, were National Merit finalists one year after the other in the early 1980s.


CHS grad siblings were National Merit finalists


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When we were told that
Cody Dreaden, who gradu-
ated from Crestview High
School last evening, was a
National Merit Scholar, it
was reported that he was
probably the first from CHS
to earn the honor.
Others such as the
other CHS graduates who
have received the honor
- knew better. ;
So did Sandra Dreaden,
Cody's mom. She rounded
up a list of other Bulldog
National Merit finalists and
scholars through the years.
We ran that list in the News
Bulletin recently.
When we looked over.
the list, it struck us that
three of the finalists in the
early 1980s were siblings.


Leon Jr., Mark and Tracy
Curenton received the
honor in 1980, 1981 and 1982
respectively.
Leon Curenton gradu-
ated from CHS in 1980.
He was a National Merit
finalist and received his
undergraduate Bachelor of
Science degree in chemical
engineering from Tulane
University in New Orleans
in 1984. He obtained a
Master of Science in Ap- .
plied Statistics from Florida
State University in 1991.
Today he lives in Crestview
and is a data analyst at
Eglin Air Force Base's test
support facility.
Mark Curenton gradu-
ated from CHS in i981.
He was a National Merit.
Scholar and received his
Bachelor of Design degree
from the University of


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Florida in 1985. He received
his Master of Arts in Urban
and Regional Planning
from UF in 1988. He lives
in Apalachicola where he
is assistant county planner
for Franklin County.
Tracy Curenton gradu-
ated from CHS in 1982.
She was a National Merit
finalist and received her
Bachelor of Science in Biol-
ogy from Queens College
,now Queens LiUniversity of
Charlotte) in 1986.
She attended the
University of Alabama at
Birminghan where she
earned her doctorate in
medical genetics in 1994.
Today she lives in Laurel
Hill where she is content
to raise goats, do cater-
ing, and is director of food
service for her church sum-
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The Okaloosa County
Division of Environmental
Services began spraying
for mosquitoes June 8. Oka-
loosa County and the State
Department of Health urge
the public to remain diligent
in their personal mosquito
protection efforts. These
should include remember-
ing to "SWAT":
Stay inside with
screened doors and windows
when mosquitoes are biting
(dusk and dawn)
When outside, wear
clothing that covers skin
Apply mosquito repel-
lant that include DEET [N,
N diethyl-m-toluamide] on
skin when you are outside
T'rn over standing wa-
ter where mosquito lay eggs.
(rid your home of standing
water in which mosquitoes
can lay their eggs)
Okaloosa County sprays
for mosquitoes county-wide,
except on federal and state-
owned land, weather permit-
Ling. Mosquito spray trucks
operate from 5 until 10 p.m.
Spraying ,is discontinued
during rain and during winds
of 10 mph or greater. The lol-
lowing is the north Okaloosa
County spray route, sched-
ule, weather permitting and
justification of mosquito
populations.
MONDAY:
John Riley Barnhill
Road to Escambia Farms

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Beaver Creek to Baker
Crestview: Rattlesnake
Bluff and Little Silver Road,
Live Oak Church Road to
John King, Highway 90 East
to countyline Road and north
to Poverty Creek Road
TUESDAY:
Vinson Ray Road east
side of Highway 189 to Lau-
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Wilkerson Bluff Road
to Log Lake (Holt) west to
County Line Road
Crestview: John King
to Highway 90 East to Shoal
River ridge, Old Antioch to
Highway 90 West
WEDNESDAY:
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ligan and back to Baker
Garden City to Laurel
Hill
Crestview: Old Bethel
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HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about re-
cent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments were
collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.
Topic: Photo of poor conditions on Okaloosa Lane
near the new Shoal River Middle School and Riverside
Elementary generates multiple responses.
Every article I have read about the new schools has
said the buses and school traffic will be using the newly
paved Redstone Extension and not Okaloosa Lane. That's
the whole reason the road was extended and paved. The
schools' car and bus entrances are on Redstone, not Oka-
loosa Lane. All this sounds to me like an effort by a few
loudmouthed residents to force the paving of a country lane
that has nothing to do school traffic. Didn't you notice it was
a dirt road when you moved there?

I live on Okaloosa Lane. Yes, this was a dirt country road
when I moved here, although there were not two schools
right across the street with a new Redstone, quadruple the
traffic flow, mud racing at night and who knows what else.
So, yeah, I am a loudmouth resident. I have two kids that
will be walking this backcountry road with no speed limit
signs or traffic warnings of any kind. We do know this is
2009, right? I should get a cart and a horse to take my kids
to school, I guess. There are a lot of children in our area
that will be traveling this high-bank country road that is
only one and a half miles from State Road 85. If anyone re-
ally thinks this not going to be a major route to and from the
schools, they are badly mistaken. Living where I do, I see
things that no one else does in relation to this. Cars go by
my house very fast, easily exceeding 50 mph. I could go on
and on, but the bottom line is, this is an embarrassment to
the community. I would add Fairchild Road and Arena Road
to the high priority list as well, although their importance in
comparison just got trumped.

There is no way we will get any Obama money up here
in the North end. They are spending it where it counts, on
one intersection on State Road 123 and the south end air-
pdrt.

Looks like the road makes for an excellent breeding
ground for mosquitoes as it hasn't rained in days and I saw
it was still full of water! The mud will get on the road and
make it harder for cars to stop, much like stopping in sand.
A kid will eventually get hurt by getting hit by a car, or slip-
ping and breaking something, or even from kids trampling
the mud into.the hallways. I find it ridiculous they did not
budget to get this fixed! What a way to tarnish a new model
school.

This community has been trying to get the Okaloosa
County Road Department/Commissioners to pave/fix
Okaloosa Lane for many years. My family has lived in this
community for around 50 years, and the road had to be one
of the oldest and first main roads which should have been
paved. Why was Earl Kennedy Road paved years ago and
the small stretch of Okaloosa Lan'e was not? Earl Kennedy
Road just makes a loop,... The attention to the problem
must be working. The Road Department brought in red
clay, fixed the mud puddle and graded the largest part of
Okaloosa Lane.

The issue at hand is whether Okaloosa lane/needs pav-
ing or not. That's a no-brainef. Yes, it does. I live on the
north end of Crestview so it does not matter to me whether
it gets paved or not. But for the sake of the children going to
school there it does matter. It's a safety issue.
*
I think it would be wise to at the very least pave the
road. Ideally it would make sense to connect one end over
1-10 to Airmen's Memorial Road off John King and the other
end a direct shot to U.S. Highway 90 by purchasing the land
that the house sits on and making it a straight shot to the
road rather than a dangerous curve. People are going to
use this road, regardless of how dangerous it is. It is our
duty to ensure they are safe when doing so.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"Never give up. It's the best way to
put off admitting that it's not working."

BOB TZU
(1962-)
American humorist and blogger, founder of Duhism and
"the long-lost American cousin of the Chinese philosopher
Lao Tzu," on his Web site, www.duhism.com

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PASSING SHOTS


Let's try that graduation speech again


"Graduation season" in north
Okaloosa County concluded with
ceremonies at the local schools
the first weekend of June.
I had the honor of speaking
at my high school graduation 13
years ago.
It wasn't a very good speech.
How do I know?
I remember almost nothing
about it.
And it's not just because I'm
getting old. I remember the first
speaker took the opportunity to
thank his family. I remember the
other speaker gave a wonderful
talk about the value of failure in
pursuing success (do a Google
search for "Lincoln's failures" if
that seems contradictory),
My talk? I vaguely remember
trying to use wise words from un-
likely sources, but otherwise, it's
a complete haze.
I don't remember what I said, but
I do remember what I was thinking:
"I'm so glad to be out of here!"
I had nothing against my fam-
ily, school, community or anyone
else in the 765 area code, but was
very eager to move on to the next
step in life.
The desire to avoid letting "I'm
so glad to be out of here!" slip out
probably held me back from ex-
pressing anything worthwhile..
The last 13 years have been as
much a learning experience as


the 13 years spent
in the public educa-
0 tion system.
If I could go back
T in time and do that
speech over, know-
ing then what I think
iKYLE WRIGHT I know now, here's
KYLE WRIGHT how it would go.
850-682-6524 I'm still using.
wise words from
unlikely sources, but hopefully in
a more memorable way.
"Fellow graduates, -
"It's an honor to speak to you
tonight. I'm a little heavier and a
lot balder than you remember, but
also hopefully a little wiser.
"I originally planned to throw
out a bunch of quotes from un-
likely sources that hopefully
would have sounded impressive
individually, but collectively would
have meant nothing.
"You're still going to hear
some quotes two, to be precise
from unlikely sources. Hope-
fully the message will prove more
valuable.
"The first thought is one a lot
of people might take the wrong
way: 'The only constant feature of
all your dissatisfying relationships
is you,' from the Demotivators col-
lection.
"Don't take those words at face
value. Don't start thinking every-
. thing going wrong around you


must be your fault.
"Realize the statement actually
is 'If life gives you lemons, make
lemonade,' and, 'If it is to be, it is
up to me!' blended into one.
"Realize the statement also
means, 'If things are going wrong
around me, I am the one who has
the most power to do something
about it.'
"Don't spend your life waiting
for others to solve your problem-
atic situations. If you don't like
your situation, the quickest, sur-
est way to effect a change is to do
something about it yourself.
"I have one more bit of advice
to share. It also comes from an
unlikely source from the movie,
'Jerry Maguire.'
"It's not the line 'Show me
the money!' that made the
movie memorable.
"It's the line at the very end
that no one remembers but every-
one should:
"'Hey, I don't have all the an-
swers. In life, to be honest, I failed
as much as I have succeeded. But
I love my wife (and child and fam-
ily). I love my life. And I wish you
my kind of success.'"
Kyle Wright is the News Bulle- -
tin Editor. Contact him at 850-682-
6524, or e-mail kylewf@crestview
bulletin. com. Visit the "Passing
Shots" blog at www.crestview
bulletin.com.


Letters to the Editor


Sister city
remembered D-Day
To all my American
friends!
D-Day! Sixty-five
years ago! I just finished
watching the ceremonies'
on French TV and CNN.
I hope you did also. It
was an absolutely moving
experience, and our two
presidents, Obama and
Sarkozy, were absolutely
great. They spoke of this
Sacred Land where 9,386
GIs are buried (also 30.7
unknown soldiers and 4
women); of the unimagi-
nable hell where, one by
one, they made their way
to shore; of the sheer
improbability of succeed-


ing but of the inspiration
which motivated them
all. They joined to fight
Nazi totalitarianism be-
bause it was fueled by
hatred and it had to be
stopped. The occupied
countries had to be free
again, and people were to
be able to be respected
for their race or religion
without fear.
I was so-proud to be at
the same time American
and French. As President
Obama said, "Humanity
is universal," and it is not
enough to respect the un-
born but also to respect
just the human being.
Sarko put the words
in my mouth, words of
gratefulness towards


an America who dared
to come, fight and die
to liberate us. We shall
never, never forget and,
personally, as long as I
live, I will talk about this
fabulous historical expe-
rience to young people
because I am a living wit-
ness of that time.
I remember with great
emotion the times when
I guided young students
from Northwest Florida
State College to the
Normandy beaches and
when the choir sang in
the cemetery in front
of the white crosses. It
was awesome and I hope
these students have not
forgotten this powerful
moment in their lives. I


like to tell them, "We are
History." Today we make
the history of tomorrow,
and in order not to make
the same mistake we
must know what went on
so not to forget.
This weekend is Deco-
ration Day in the U.S.! It
is a great day to remem-
ber and to be proud.
Love to all i
Marie-Th6rese Reed

Dr. Reed lived and
taught at the university
level in St. Paul, Minn., .
before moving back to
France, where she lives
in Crestview's sister
city Noirmoutier. She is
active in Noirmoutier's
Sister City committee.


North Okaloosa History


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

June 1947
*Crescent Springs is
Crestview's newest and
most modern recreational'
facility, fed by a natural
clear running springs at
the rate of 12,000 gallons
per hour. Located inside
the city limits just off East
Highway 90, Crescent
Springs is a project of lo-
cal builder and lawyer,
Purl G. Adams. The pool is
completely sanitary in ev-
ery respect and is drained
and thoroughly cleaned
once each week.


In addition to swim-
ming facilities, the de-
velopment contains a
circular outdoor dancing
pavilion, dressing rooms,
showers and sanitary fa-
cilities; restaurant which
features sandwiches,
soft .drinks and ice cream
and the entire project is
beautifully landscaped.
Come for an hour o'r stay
all day, admission is only
30 cent. Just off Highway
90 East of Crestview turn
South immediately oppo-
site the Crestview Tour-
ist Camp.
*Rices's Grocery,
Crestview's newest gro-
cery and meat market,


-opened for business at 205
N. Main Street this week'
under the ownership of W
C. Rice Sr. The new store
will feature a complete
line of groceries, fresh
meats, fruits and vegeta-
bles. In announcing the
opening of the store Rice
stressed the sanitary con-
ditions under which all his
meats would be handled
and stated that he was
featuring only top grades
of choice cuts in his mar-
ket department. ,
Opening sale prices
included Irish potatoes at
4 cents per pound, fresh
butter beans at 15 cents
per pound, whole hams at


65 cents per pound, prime
rib roast at 54 cents per
pound and sirloin steak at'
75 cents per pound.
*The First Presbyte-
rian Church is growing so
fast that a new building is
to be erected to house the
Sunday school and church
activities. A congrega-
tional meeting has been,
called for Sunday, June"
22, for the purpose of au-
thorizing the construction
program. The contemplat-
ed building of 4 by 50 feet
would house an assembly
hall for church suppers,
plays, kitchen, stage and
individual Sunday school
classrooms.


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News BRIEFS


Marie Garcia
Catalog Librarian
Robert L. F.Sikes Public Library

PROGRAMS
Summer has started and
so has the Summer Reading
Challenge! Children ages 6-17
can register in front of the Story
Room. Reading logs must be
signed by a parent or guardian
and turned in by July 23 at the
front desk. Reading certificates
will be awarded at 7 p.m. July 28
at the Summer Finale!
The Fmnny Money Store will
open after the July 28 Summer
Finale. Earn a funny money dol-
lar for every day you read at least
15 minutes, ending July 20! Then,
you can spend your hard-earned
cash at the Funny Money Store!
G'day, mate! Join us at the
Crestview Community Center on
an adventure to the Land Down
Under on Thursday. Beginning at
7 p.m., listen to various didgeri-
doos Aboriginal instruments
that look and sound as exotic as
their name. Touch Aboriginal
artifacts such as didgeridoos,
boomerangs, bull roarers and
clapsticks. Learn how to make
your own beginner didgeridoo
and participate in an interactive
music and dance session! If you
can only attend one activity here
at the library this summer, make
this the one!
This free event is sponsored
by the Crestview Robert L. F
Sikes Public Library and the
Friends of the Library. Registra-
tion is not required, but you are
welcome to sign up in the youth
area for a courtesy reminder call
or e-mail. Family Library Time
is designed for families with
elementary and middle school
children. (In other words, small
children will get antsy, so if you
bring them, please also be will-
ing to take them out if need be).
Please call Heather at 682-4432
with questions.
Our next Lap Sit will be on
June 23. The theme is Happy
Birthday, America! Sign-in starts
at 10 a.m. Lap Sit is designed for
children under the age of 3 and
their caregiver, but older chil-
dren are always welcome!


Next Story Time for ages 3
and up will be today and Thurs-
day. The theme is "I Love You,
Dad!" The June 24-25 Story
Time will be Free Play. Younger
siblings are welcome if accom-
panied by an adult. After the pro-
gram, you and your child may do
a simple craft together.
Summer Stories for ages 6
and up will be today and Thurs-
day. The theme is "I Love You,
Dad!" The June 24-25 will be
Free Play.
Children ages 9 and up can
join us for the Reader's Theater..
They will select, practice and
perform a reader's theater from
around the world each month!
Make a puppet to help you read
your lines! Meet Mrs. Becky for
rehearsals in the Meeting Room
on Tuesday morning at 10:15 a.m.
Teens 12-18 can join us
every Friday in the Story Room
from 2-4 for Wii gaming.
Our next First Tuesday Lec-
ture will be on July 7, featuring
"Life on the West Florida Fron-
tier," with Dr. Brian Rucker of
Pensacola Junior College.

THANK YOU!,
A big thank you to Shellia of
Consolidated Ace H & S for dis-
counting dowels for our rhythm
sticks! Also, thank you to the Crest-
view Police Department for finger-
printing our Story Time kids!

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask any
staff member: Jean, Heather,
Sandra, Lise, Anna, Janice, Sha-
ron, Audrey, Sengdara, Tracey,
and Marie.

CONTACT US
On the Web: www.cityof
crestview.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Commerce
Drive, Crestview, FL 32539 (Be-
hind the Crestview Post Office)

QUOTE
"I talk and talk and talk, and
I haven't taught people in 50
years what my father taught by
example in one week." Mario
Cuomo


Molestation suspect
commits suicide
An inmate in the Okaloosa
County Jail on child molesta-
tion charges killed himself last
Tuesday, jail officials said.
Russell Bauer IV, 30, jailed
on June 5, was found about
3:30 p.m. with a piece of a bed-
sheet tied around his neck, said
county Corrections Director
Larry Caskey.
Officers tried unsuccessfully
to revive him, Caskey said.
Bauer, who lived in Crestview
and more recently in Milton,
was a former day care center
co-owner who faced sexual bat-
tery and molestation charges
for alleged crimes on two girls,
ages 5 and 6.
Okaloosa County sheriff's
investigators said Bauer told
them he fondled both girls in
2008 while he and his wife oper-
ated an in-home day care center
on Brown Place in Crestview.
He said he molested the girls
when his wife was away, accord-
ing to his arrest report.
Okaloosa investigators said
they believed, those two girls
were the only victims.
On Tuesday, Caskey said
Bauer was being held in a medi-
cal housing unit when officers
found him face-down, with one
end of a bedsheet tied around
his neck and the other tied to a
bedpost.
He was not under suicide
watch but was scheduled for-
a doctor's appointment at the
time, Caskey said.
The last suicide-related
death at the jail was in October
2007, when an inmate tried to
kill himself by leaping off the
mezzanine level of an inmate
housing area.
Andrew Gant /
Florida Freedom Newspapers

CPD confiscates
31 Oxycodone pills,
arrests two
Two men were charged with
sale of a controlled substance
within 1,000 feet of a conve-


nience store and possession of
a controlled substance after a
Crestview Police Department
Street Crimes Unit under-
cover narcotics investigation,
according to a CPD press re-
lease.
Christopher Lynn, 21, of
Holt, and Richard Allen, 22, of
Crestview, were arrested fol-
lowing an undercover investi-
gation into the illegal sale of
prescription narcotics in the
area of 3200 S. Ferdon Blvd.
The CPD confiscated 31
Oxycodone pills with a street
value of $900, according to the
CPD release.
Crestview News Bulletin

Morris' resignation
official
Facing up to 85 years in
federal prison when he is sen-
tenced for six felony offenses
in August,, Charlie Morris has
tendered his resignation to Gov.
Charlie Crist.
The one-sentence letter,
dated May 26, states simply,
"Please be advised that I,
Charles W. Morris, the elected
Sheriff of Okaloosa County,
Florida, do. hereby resign
that position effective May 19,
2009."
Morris had, been Okaloosa
County's sheriff for 12 years
when he was arrested by fed-
eral agents Feb. 27.
Crist suspended Morris on
the day of the arrest and ap-
pointed veteran lawman Ed
Spooner as the acting sheriff.
Spooner has since been made
interim sheriff and will serve in
that capacity until an election is
held in 2010.
" Spooner has said he has no
interest in running when his
termn is up.
Morris and his administra-
tive director, Teresa Adams,
were taken into custody on a
criminal complaint alleging
theft, fraud and money launder-
ing. A federal grand jury handed
down a six-count indictment
April 23.
At the heart of the indictment
was a kickback scheme in which


Morris and Adams handed out
large performance bonuses
with the provision that a portion
of the bonus be returned to the
sheriff.
Morris was also involved in a
relationship with Sabra Thorn-
ton, according to Sheriff's Office
Maj. Larry Ashley, a deputy who
acted as a confidential witness
to help the FBI snag Morris and
Adams.
Thornton was brought to
the Sheriff's Office in 2008
and made about $80,000 a
year for doing, apparently, very
little.
The accounting firm of Carr,
Riggs and Ingram reported in
an audit it conducted after Mor-
ris and Adams were arrested
that "collusion between the
sheriff and the director of
administration allowed them
to distribute bonuses -of
approximately $800,000 to nine
employees over a four-year pe-
riod."
Ashley said Morris should
have resigned long before he
pleaded guilty to the federal
crimes.
"In my mind it's something
he should 'have done, a while
back. He knew he was guilty. He
knew he was going to plead,"
Ashley said. "Is this part of his
plea agreement?"
Ashley said the conclusion
of a state attorney's office in-
vestigation will do more to re-
store normalcy at the Sheriff's
Office then Morris' resignation
would.
First Judicial Circuit State
Attorney Bill Eddins has said it
could be at least a couple more
weeks before his investigation
for possible state law violations
within the department is com-
plete.
The Sheriff's Office scandal
has led to seven agency employ-
ees being fired or removed from.
their jobs since Morris' arrest.
Sandra Norris, Morris' fi-
nance administrator, was the
latest to ,go. She was fired
Wednesday.
Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom Newspapers


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birth and marriage
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Crestview News Bulletin I Al 1


RMS students achieve national certification


Photos and story
Special to the News Bulletin
Eight students in the
CHOICE Information
Technology Program at
Richbourg Middle School
recently received their
IC3 Certification Inter-
net and Computing ,Core
Certification. This certi-
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and knowledge, obtained
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it and will expand as the
school moves to its new
location at Shoal River
Middle School. A Web De-
sign class will be added to
the program and also will
be offered for high school
credit. Students will be
learning HTML code,
Dreamweaver, Fireworks
and Flash.
"I am very proud of the
students that received
their certification," IT
teacher Tulsa Moore said.
"It is an extremely difficult


THEY'RE CERTIFIED: These Richbourg Middle School students recently received their
IC3 Certification. Front row from. left are Nathan Swaney, Zane Kootsouradis,
Matt Cook, Blake Williams and Travis Brady. Second Row from left are Haley
Morris and Alex Miller. Not pictured is Todd Slaughter. LESSON LEARNED: Jasmine
Lester, below, looks amazed by the ports.
test that most adults could
not pass.
"Last .year, the first
year of the program at
Richbourg, we had two
students to get certified
(Kyle Cabrillas and Wil-
liam Pohle). They have
both moved on to higher
level computer classes at
Crestview HIigh. This year
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ber by having eight stu-
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Wednesday, June 17, 2009


Police BLOTTER


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
More interesting tales
compiled from area law
enforcement arrest reports.

'That wasn't me!'
A Crestview Police


Department officer
pursued a motorist to
a South Main Street
convenience store after
observing the shirtless,
38-year-old man breezing
down the road doing
almost 50 mph in a 35
zone.


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After nearly striking
two parked cars, the man
walked into the store.
Ordered to return to his
vehicle, the man told the
officer, "I wasn't driving
that car." '
Asked why he ignored
the officer, the man said,


"I didn't see you behind
me!" Informed he was
speeding, the man said,
"That wasn't me!"
When the officer asked
if he had his license,
the man said, "No, it's
suspended."
Suspended it was. Once


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2005, once each in 2006,
2007 and 2008, and twice
- so far this year.

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damages to the roof of
the Dodge van, as well
as resisting arrest and
disturbing the peace
charges; it is presumed
the man is no longer
laughing.


to make up some of the
stories gleaned from local
arrest reports. Like this
one:
Crestview Police
officers were summoned
to a local RV park by
multiple 911 calls from the
same 31-year-old woman,
an out-of-state resident.
I wish I could share her
name with you because
it's really catchy, but
we keep reports in this
column anonymous.
The officer "observed
the distinct odor of
an alcoholic beverage
emitting from" the
woman, and her "speech
was slurred and her eyes
were watery and slightly
bloodshot."
The woman complained
that her boyfriend's
mother, summoned by
the lad to witness his
girlfriend's behavior, was
"off her medication and
she was the problem."
The woman also
complained the boyfriend
"had left the residence
all day to go fishing with
friends and was not
concerned with her burnt
feet," which she had
burned on a tanning bed.
When the boyfriend
returned also drunk
from his fishing trip,
he got into a verbal
altercation with the drunk
girlfriend.
By her own admission,
the officer determined
that the woman drank
"about a six pack" and
took five Lortab pills,
which she had been
prescribed for her burned
feet.
Advised by the police
officer to separate for the
night, the lad agreed to
fund the girlfriend's taxi
.ride to her mother's house
in a nearby community.
However, he would not,
he stated, pay for her
methadone treatment the
next day.
Hearing this, the.
woman "became agitated"
and declared to the
officer, "I'm going to tell
you everything. There
are hundreds of pills in
his mother's car and
thousands of dollars in
money!"
She was disappointed
when the officer informed
her "that was not the
reason I was here."
When the taxi arrived,
the woman gathered
armfuls of belongings
to take on her journey,
including, apparently,
many things belonging to
the boyfriend.
When the boyfriend
started to retrieve
them from the taxi,
the girlfriend tried to
intervene. Ordered by the
officer to get in the cab,
she hastened over and
gave the cop a shove. She
was promptly arrested
for battery on a law
enforcement officer and
resisting an officer.
"She had too much
to drink and had been
smoking crack cocaine,"
explained Mama.

A laughing matter
After consuming
several adult beverages,
a,36-year-old out-of-town
man, clad only in his
underdrawers, climbed
atop the van of another
guest at the Crestview
motel where he was
staying.
The van owner
appeared, noticed the
man trying to unstrap
construction equipment
from the van and ordered
him off the vehicle.
Laughing all the while,
the man then hid in a
drainage ditch, peeking
out from time to time.
That's where Crestview
police officers found him,
still laughing.
Jailed for criminal
mischief, having caused
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News

& NOTES

BRIEFS
Twin Hills Park
activities
Free bicycle
safety courses will be
presented at Twin Hills
Park June 17 and 24
from 9 to 10:30 a.m.
by the Crestview Police
Department. Attendees
should bring their own
bike and helmet.
The Kids Fitness
Initiative is Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 9
to 10 a.m. through July
2 for ages 2-6. Cost
is $3 per session per
child.
Tennis camp at
Twin Hills Park is June
22-26 for ages 6-13.
Beginners are from
8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Intermediates are from
9:35 to 10:35 a.m.
Advanced players are
from 10:40 to 11:40-
,a.m. Cost is $25.
Players should bring
their own racket.
For information on
summer programs at
Twin Hills Park, call
682-4715.

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 offsef'expenses to.
attend the tournament
this.week
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 a pre-flighted by the
average of the partners
not to exceed eight
strokes or the higher
handicap will be
reduced.
The tournament is
limited to the first 70
amateur teams. All
participants must be 1 8
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
See NOTES B2


Young Bulldog team tested in tourney


both Columbus teams four
times. They've had a great
year this year and that's
nothing but good for our
guys. That's a positive we
can take out of it as well."
Gillis stressed it was
especially important for
the rising freshmen and
sophomores to be thrown
into the fire against top
teams.
"I think it's very impor-
tant for them just to see
the competition and see
the guys they are going to
have to face in the regular
season and, compete with
in our district," he said.
"The more times we can
see that this summer, and
hopefully get game-type
experience I think that's
See TOURNEY B3


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
ON TARGET: Crestview pitcher Drew Banach delivers a
pitch against Baker during play in the Justin Richards
Scholarship Tournament on Thursday.


Year in

review:

Baker enjoys

stellar year

Gators excel
in every venue
Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
If awards were handed
out for the best overall high
school sports program in
north Okaloosa County, the
award this year would go to
the Baker Gators.
S To say the Gators had
a successful year might be.
an understatement.
Baker made it to the
playoffs iri five of six team
sports.
The Gator volleyball,
boys basketball and softball
teams all won district
championships. The
football and girls basketball
teams each finished district
runners up.
Three Baker athletes;
Cameron Domangue
(football), Stephen Shelley
(boys basketball). and
Courtney Fountain (girls
basketball) signed athletic
scholarships and will play
college ball.
And Domangue and
Gator baseball player
Colton Henry were named
the Player of the Year in
their sports.
Baker was strong in
individual sports as well.
The Gators did especially
well in weight lifting,
where Naomi Langley and
Miranda Godwin qualified
for the state meet in girls
weight lifting. And in
boys weight lifting Billy
Whatmough closed out his
Baker career taking second
in the Class 1A 169-pound
class.
Expectations were high
for the Gator football team
as the Bob Kellogg entered
his fourth year as the head
coach.
See BAKER B2


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
Several young Crest-
view baseball players got
their first taste of varsity-
level competition last week
in the Justin Richards
Scholarship Tournament.
The Bulldogs finished
the tournament with a 2-
4 record with wins over
Baker and Northside (Ga.)
Red.
All four of the Crestview
losses came at the hands
of the two Columbus, Ga.,
squads, which is nothing
to be ashamed of as the
Blue Devils were ranked


as high as No. 3 in the na-
tion this year.
Choctawahatchee
claimed the tournament
title with a 9-5 win over
Northside, Ga., in the
championship game.
Wins and losses aside,
the tournament was suc-
cessful in bringing in mon-
ey for the scholarship.
"I'd say we raised right
at $2,000 or something
like that," Bulldog coach
Tim Gillis said. "It's been
a great turnout and we've
played great competi-
tion. That's been the main
thing, too.
"We've been able to play


Major League Baseball Draft always a hard one to figure out


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
It didn't take long for
the news that former
Crestview star Blake
Dean had been selected
by the Minnesota Twins
in the 10th round of the
Major League Baseball
First-Year Player Draft on
Wednesday.
In fact, it seemed as
if people knew many of
the details about Dean's
selection before the news
made the local papers or
television.


I could
hear young
fans talk-
ing about




ZONE ite spot
Randy Dickson watching
the Bulldogs take on Co-
lumbus, Ga., in the Justin
Richards Scholarship
Tournament.
Some of them had him
being drafted by the Phila-
delphia Phillies twice and


the New York Yankees in
addition to being selected
by the Twins. The kids
were only slightly wrong
in that the Phillies called
Dean twice and the Yan-
kees once and he rejected
the courtship of those two
teams.
Whether or not Dean*
signs with the Twins in the
days to come or goes back
to Louisiana State to play
his senior year for the Ti-
gers might not be decided
until August.
When the day comes
that Dean does decide to


move into professional
ball, either this year or
next year, one of his big-
gest supporters is confi-
dent he'll do extremely
well.
"I think he's a Major
League player," Bulldog
coach Tim Gillis said. "I
think he's a first-round
draft pick and that's my
take on it, but I don't get
to make that decision. If
you look at what he's all
about and what he's done
over his career the results
speak for themselves.
"I still say he's a Major


League All-Star. I don't
know if that's a lot of pres-
sure, but I just think he
has that type of ability. It
will just be up to him to
perform and get it done,
but I think he can do it."
A former teammate of
Atlanta's Chipper Jones
in the minor leagues, Gil-
lis speaks as one who was
close enough to taste the
Major Leagues.
Even so, Gillis is the
first to admit sometimes it
seems as if nobody
See DRAFT B3


Crestview uses tournament
as growing experience


Photos by ANN SPANNJ Crestview News Bulletin
TALKING BASEBALL: CHS,Coach Tim Gillis talks about fundamentals during this week's
baseball camp.


For the love of the game


SCampers impress CHS coach

r with joy for baseball

Randy Dickson
F Crestview News Bulletin
Warm weather couldn't put a damper on
the Crestview Bulldog baseball camp.
"We've had some beautiful weather but
it's been a little tough sitting out there (in
the heat) for a couple of hours," Crestview
coach Tim Gillis said. "But it's been fine,,the
kids have been great and we've had a great
.tim e."
The camp got started Monday morn-
S ing and concluded Wednesday with sliding
S ., drills on a slip and slide followed by a pizza
lunch. During the three days of camp the
players ages 4-13 were taught the basics of
".-.. ': the game.
o.f. "We cover pretty much the whole gamut
of baseball,". Gillis said. We went over the
,, fundamentals of throwing. We also went
~over hitting fundamentals.
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Wednesday, June 17, 2009


SDorts


B2 I Crestview News Bulletin


BAKER from page B1


The year started with
a bang as the football
team turned in a strong
performance and ended
District 1-2B play in a
three-way tie with Vernon
and South Walton for first
place.
A shootout at South
Walton took place .with
playoff implications on the
line. The Gators upended
Vernon in the first quarter
of the shootout to punch
their ticket to the playoffs.
But their bid for the top
spot in the district fell
short when they lost to.
South Walton in the second
quarter of play.
A class of 18
seniors might not. have
accomplished all of their
goals, but they helped
put the Baker football
team back on the map.
Domangue led the area
in rushing for the second


straight year. And, along her own personality into
with his Player of the Year the mix, and after some


honors, picked up All-State
honors and was named the
Offensive Most Valuable
Player for the East squad
in the Pensacola Sports
Association All-Star game.
When Kathy Combest
announced she was
stepping down as the
volleyball coach there was
some concern if the Gators
could continue their
dominance with anyone
else at the reigns of the
program.
It didn't take long to
realize if you don't have
Combest calling the shots,
get one of her former
players. Lisa Roy fit the
bill and took over. It was
obvious that Combest
taught Roy well.
Roy never tried to be a
carbon copy of her former
coach, but instead blended


early season bumps the
Gators found their stride to
win the district.
Combest might have
stepped down as the
volleyball coach, but she
wasn't going anywhere
come basketball season.
Young Gator team took
its lumps trying to find the
right mix. Baker was back
in the mix by the end of the
season and lost to Ponce
de Leon in the District 1-2A
championship game, but it
was still enough to warrant
a trip to the playoffs.
The Baker boys
basketball team was
experienced and deep.,
Mike Martello welcomed
back a senior class that
included Shelley, Josh
Rose, Josh Yost, Cameron
Davis and Phillip Hills. The
underclassmen weren't


bad, either.
Colton Henry, Colten
Jernigan, Chad Donley
and Jarrod Batson either
started or saw significant
playing time throughout
the season.
Baker was unstoppable
at times only losing to
larger schools before
falling to Cottondale in
triple overtime in the Class
2Abregion semifinals.
The Baker track and
field team had another
strong spring despite the
loss of many key athletes
from the 2008 team. A
young squad provided
coach David Oglesby with
a strong foundation for the
future.
: The Gator baseball team
was in the mix most of the
season, but couldn't climb
the mountain in the district
tournament to make it to
the playoffs.


The GaryTaylorcoached
team did have its share of
moments though. Bucky
Locke threw a no-hitter
against Laurel Hill. And
as previously mentioned,
Henry picked up small
school Player of the Year
honors after hitting better
than .500 for the season.
In an up-and-down
softball season the Gators
hit an upturn at just the
right time.
In what coach John
Carlisle called the most
exciting game he had
ever been a part of, the
Gators upended Vernon
1-0 in 10 innings to claim
their third straight district
championship.
Carly Barton doubled in
the bottom of the 10th and
scored the game's only run
on an error.
Junior pitcher Lauren
Griffith struck out nine


Yellow Jacket batters while
throwing a four-hitter.
The Baker season
ended with a 7-6 loss to
Cottbndale in the Class 2A
region semifinals.
Despite all the highs
therewas oneunforgettable
low for the Baker athletic
family when football player
Tyler Jones lost his life in a
holiday car accident.
The year ended with
the announcement of the
winners of the Baker Senior
Football Scholarship in
Memory of Travis Peoples
and Tyler Jones and the
Travis Peoples Baseball
Scholarship.
Ryne Wickery and Tyler
Holley shared the football
scholarship and Josh Yost
received the baseball
scholarship.
Yes, it is a year that will
be remembered for many
years to come.


GAME from page B1


NOTES from page BI


and popups and commu-
nication for the popups.
We are going to go
over base running and slid-
ing."
Gillis tried to help
campers overcome the
fear of getting hit by a ball
as well.
"We showed them that
we are still out here (after
being hit)," he said. "We
told them it might hurt
for a little bit, but we get
over.
"Nobody likes to get hit,


but that's fear most people
overcome with time."
The campers had a
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The heat did present
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"I just like the way
they play and enjoy what
they are doing. You can
see the joy in-their faces.
Some of them are maybe
a little more joyful than
others when it gets so
hot, but they do a great
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Campers will play
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Activities will. include
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team-building skills.
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DRAFT from page B1


really knows what teams
are looking for in the draft.
I've asked my share of
questions about the draft
to Gillis and former North-
west Florida State College
baseball coach Keith Grif-
fin. I've done some re-
search into the subject too.
And the only conclusion
I came up with is Gillis is
right, nobody really knows
what teams are looking for
in the draft.
Neil Gielser has the
highest single-season
(.432) and career batting
average in Northwest
Florida State history. He
also hit .357 for the Uni-
versity of South Carolina
his senior year, and yet he
was never drafted again
after his freshman year
with the Raiders. He also
stands 6-feet-5 and weighs
better than 200 pounds
and played third base,
shortstop and first base in
college:. ,...
So you tell me why he
wasn't drafted.
Really the two biggest


factors in whether or not a
player is drafted seem to
be their potential or up-
side and the ability to sign
him.
Baseball scouts tend to
look at raw numbers such
as speed, arm strength
and power rather than
field numbers such as bat-
.ting average or how many
batters a pitcher strikes
out.
That might be crazy, but
that's baseball.
. There are some things
that neither statistics nor
the measuring tape can
capture and those are de-
sire and work ethic.
Blake Dean has the
tools to make it to the Ma-
jor Leagues, and he has
the statistics along the way
to back up those physical
tools.
If you throw Dean's
heart into the equation it
could be just A matter of
time before the former
Crestview star is a Major
League All-Star just like
Gillis predicted.


TOURNEY from page B1


going to help us down the
line.
"It's not fun sometimes
when the guy is throwing
it by you at this level, but
I think the olddr you get
and the more games you
get under your belt you get
used to it."
Many, of the young play-
ers passed the adversity
test with flying colors.
"There have been some
guys that have been able to
handle the situations pretty
strongly and I think that's
been good to see from quite


a few kids," Gillis said.
One thing that nobody
could complain about was
the weather. Where as in
past years rain has been
the norm this year's tour-
pament was played with
plenty of sunshine and
heat.
"Justin's probably up
there (in Heaven) saying,
'Y'all have been crying
about the rain, here's a
little heat for you,'" Gillis
said. "And it's been about
100 the last three days.
"It's been good though."


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What's Happening


From staff reports

*NORTH OKALOOSA
CHAMBER
ACTIVITIES: The
Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce is hosting the
following events:
June 16, 7:30 a.m.
executive committee
meeting at the chamber
June 25 installation
dinner at 6 p.m. at
Crestview Community
Center, 1446 Commerce
Drive, Crestview.
Corporate sponsor tables
$300, Individual dinner $30.
Cocktails, fine dining and
entertainment.
RSVP by June 19. Dress
is business casual.
For further details; visit
www.crestviewchamber.
com. I
KNIGHTS OF
COLUMBUS DINNER:
The Knights of Columbus
Charity Fund Raiser Dinner
will be on Saturday, June 20,
from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the
Knight's Hall, 701 E. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview..
Dinner offerings are
spaghetti and meatballs,
or the monthly special, pot
roast. Meals include salad


and drinks. Take-buts are
also available.
Cost: adults $7, pre-teens
$5; and pre-schoolers free.
Accordion entertainment
will also be provided.
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 carte


available from 6:30 to 7:30
a.m. and 4 to 5 p.m. for an
extra fee.
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, varnumanl@mail.
okaloosa.kl2.us; or Karen
Rogers-Wooten, 305-2866,
orwootenk@ mail.okaloosa.
kl2.us.
PUBLIC FUND-
RAISERK Produce for Kids
andPublix 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. through 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 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.
LI FELINE
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
Learning Resources Center
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
Nicevillecampuswillbeopen
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.


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Legal # 100623
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.:
2009-DR2968-C DIVI-
SION TK
STEPHEN D.
LUGENBEEL,
Petitioner,
and
PONG C. LUGENBEEL
Respondent.
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION FOR DIS-
SOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: PONG C.
LUGENBEEL
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: ORLANDO,
FLORIDA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action has been
filed against you and
you i are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any,
to it on STEPHEN D.
LUGENBEEL, whose
address is 3975 Painter
Branch Rd, Crestviw Fl.
32539, on or before
July 9, 2009, and file


Big Eyes.
Wet Noses.
Warm Hearts&
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the original with the
clerk of this Court at
101 E. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
before service on Peti-
tioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fall to
.do so, a default may
be entered against
you for the relief de-
manded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
quest
You must keep the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of current Ad-
dress, Florida Su-
preme Court Ap-
proved Family Law
form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the
address on record at
the clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Family
Law Rules of Proce-
dure, requires certain
automatic disclosure
of documents and in-
formation. Failure to
comply can result in
sanctions, Including
dismissal or striking
pleadings.
DATED: 5-29-09
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT
BY: Kitty Sims
06/03/09
06/10/09
06/17/09
06/24/09


Legal # 10044
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CI
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CHASE HOME
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
CASE
08-CA-46C
vs.
DIVISION
JOHN SCOTT BURI
et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HERE
GIVEN pursuant to a
nal Judgment of Mc
gage Foreclosi
dated May 27, 20
and entered in Ca
No. 08-CA-46C of
Circuit Court of
FIRST Judicial Circ
in and for OKALOO
County, Flor
wherein CHASE HOI
FINANCE LLC, is
Plaintiff and JOl
SCOTT BURKE; A
AND ALL UNKNOV
PARTIES CLAIMII
BY, THROUGH, U
DER, AND AGAIN
THE HEREIN NAM
INDIVIDUAL DEFEND

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R T S f IV tE


ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT Don W. Howard
KNOWN TO BE DEAD Clerk of the Circuit
OR ALIVE, WHETHER Court
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- By:Viki Jackson
R- TIES MAY CLAIM AN Deputy Clerk
INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- Publish in Crestview
Ty VISEES, GRANTEES, News Bulletin
OR OTHER CLAIM- Invoice To: Florida De-
ANTS; MORTGAGE fault Law Group, RL.
ELECTRONIC REGIS- RO. Box 25018
FI- TRATION SYSTEMS, Tampa, Flprida
INCORPORATED, AS 33622-5018
NOMINEE FOR GMAC F 0 7 0 6 6 0 9 2
MORTGAGE, LLC; are CHASE-SPECFHLMC-R-
NO. the Defendants, I will ejayska
sell to the highest and **See Americans with
best bidder for cash at Disabilities Act
CRESTVIEW; IN IMPORTANT
FRONT OF CLERK'S
KE, FRONT DOOR OF THE In accordance with
OKALOOSA COUNTY the Americans with Dis-
COURTHOUSE at abilities Act, persons
11:00AM, on the 23 day with disabilities need-
/ of June, 2009, the fol- ing special accommo-
lowing described prop- nation to participate in
erty as set forth in said this proceeding should
Final Judgment: contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
BY LOTS 10, BLOCK 4, Lee Boulevard East,
Fi- OAKDALE MINIA- Crestview, FL,
ort- TURE FARMS 32536-3515; telephone
ure RESUBDIVISION OF number (850)
109 LOTS 14 AND 15, 689-5000, Extension
ase BLOCK 13, ACCORD- 7497, prior to the pro-
the ING TO THE MAP OR ceeding. or Shalimar
the PLAT THEREOF AS (850) 651-7497
cuit RECORDED IN PLAT
)SA BOOK 2, PAGE 119, IMPORTANT
ida PUBLIC RECORDS .
ME OF OKALOOSA In accordance with
the COUNTY, FLORIDA. the Americans with Dis-
HN abilities Act, persons
NY A/K/A 1033 VAL- with disabilities need-
WN LEY ROAD, CREST- ing special accommo-
NG VIEW, FL 325360000 dation to participate in
JN- this proceeding should
1ST Any person claim- contact Court Adminis-
ED ing an interest in the tration at 1250 N. Eglin
ID- surplus from the sale, Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
if any, other than the 32579; telephone num-
property owner as of ber (850) 651-7497,
the date of the Lis prior to the proceeding.
Pendens must file a 06/10/09
claim within sixty (60) 06/17/09
days after the sale. _
E WITNESS MY HAND Legal #100647
and the seal of this
Court on June 1, 2009. IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
t/I. 0o8-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;
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 corner of the S
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
North 210 feet; thence
run West 210 feet;
thence run South 210
feet to the Point of be-
ginning, containing
one acre, more or
less.
And which postal ad-
dress is:
3824 Willie Earl Sr.,
Drive, Laurel Hill, FL
32567.


And which includes the NOTWITHSTANDI
following property: THE TIME PERK
2001, 60 ft Clayton SET FORTH ABC
WAYC Mobile Home, ANY CLAIM FI
Serial No.: TWO (2) YEARS
WHC011352GA, Title MORE AFTER
No. 85347076 DECEDENT'S D
OF DEATH


at public Sale, tot he
highest bidder, for
cash, at the front
south door, Okaloosa
County Courthouse,
101 James Lee Blvd.
East, Crestview,
Okaloosa 'County,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
(C.S.T.) on 29 day of
June, 2009.
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 60 DAYS AF-
TER THE SALE.
WITNESS my hand and
the Seal of this Court
this 1 day of June,
2009.
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUIT COURT
By: Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Mark J. Home, Esquire
233 East Bay Street,
suite 720
Jacksonville,- Florida
32202
904-358-1666
Attorney for Plaintiff
06/10/09
06/17/09


Legal # 100648 .
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
THE OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
2009-CP-00589 C
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ELEANOR AUSTIN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the estate of Eleanor
Austin, deceased,
whose date of death
was April 24, 2009, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 101
James Lee Boulevard
East, Crestview, Florida
32536. The personal
representative's and the
p e r s o n a I
representative's attor-
ney names and ad-
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.


BARRED.
The date of first p
cation of this notic
June 10, 2009.
GILLIS E. POWELL,J
FLORIDA BAR
183427
POWELL, POWELL
POWELL
POST OFFICE
277
CRESTVIEW FLOOR
32536
850-682-2757
ATTORNEY FOR P
SONAL REPRESENT
TIVE
WILLIE A. BROXSON
1447 Aaron Ba
Road (RO. Box 359)
Baker Florida 32531
PERSONAL REP
SENTATIVE
06/10/09
06/17/09


Legal # 100649
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL C
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
INDYMAC BA
F.S.B.,
Plaintiff,
CASE
46-2008-CA-001199
vs.
DIVISION
CHRISTOPH
EILERTSEN, et al,
Defendant(s).


NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FOR
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HER
GIVEN pursuant to
Order Reschedu
Foreclosure Sale d
May 28, 2009 and
tered in Case
46-2008-CA-001199
the Circuit Court of
FIRST Judicial Ci
in and for OKALOi
County, FIc
wherein INDYF
BANK, F.S.B., is
Plaintiff and CHRIS
PHER EILERTS
BANK OF AMER
N.A.;. are the Def
ants, I will sell to
highest and best
der for cash at CR
VIEW: SOUTH FRi
DOOR OF
OKALOOSA COU
COURTHOUSE
SHALIMAR: IN FRi
OF CLERK'S FRI
DOOR OF SHALII
ANNEX at 11:00AM
the 29 day of J
2009, the following
scribed property as
forth in said Final Ji
ment:
LOT 105, DURAN
WINDS, ACCORD
TO THE P
THEREOF AS
CORDED IN
PLAT BOOK
PAGE(S) 6, OFP
PUBLIC RECOI
OF OKALOC
COUNTY, FLORIDA

A/K/A 130
RANGO ROAD #
DESTIN, FL 32541
Any person claiming
interest in the sur
from the sale, if
other than the prop
owner as of the dat
the Lis Pendens r
file a claim within
(60) days after the sa
WITNESS MY Hi
ana the seal of


ING Court on June 1, 2009.
ODS
)VE, Don W. Howard
LED Clerk of the Circuit
OR Court Legal # 100650
THE By:Viki Jackson
ATE Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT
IS COURT OF THE
Publish in Crestview FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
News Bulletin \ CUIT
ubli- Invoice To: Florida De- IN AND FOR
e is fault Law Group, RL. OKALOOSA COUNTY,
RO. Box 25018 FLORIDA
Tampa, Florida
JR 33622-5018 CIVIL ACTION
NO.: F 0 8 0 1. 1 8 3 5 PHH MORTGAGE
FIDINDYMAC-CONV-B-r CORPORATION,
L, & harnig Plaintiff,
**See Americans with
BOX Disabilities.Act CASE NO. 2008 'CA
IMPORTANT 000071 S
IDA vs.
In accordance with DIVISION
the Americans with Dis-
PER- abilities Act, persons LOUIS A. PEACOCK, et
NTA- with disabilities need- al,
ing special accommo- Defendant(s).
nation to participate in
N this proceeding should
aker contact Court Adminis- NOTICE OF FORE-
t, ration at 101 James CLOSURE SALE
Lee Boulevard East,
PRE- Crestview, FL, NOTICE IS HEREBY
32536-3515; telephone GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
number (850) nal Judgment of Mort-
689-5000, Extension gage Foreclosure
7497, prior to the pro- dated May 29, 2009
ceeding. or Shalimar and entered in Case
(850) 651-7497 No. 2008 CA 000071 S
of the Circuit Court of
IMPORTANT the FIRST Judicial Cir-
cuit in and, for
T In accordance with OKALOOSA County,
the Americans with Dis- Florida wherein PHH-l
IR- abilities Act, persons MORTGAGE CORPO-.
with disabilities need- RATION, is the Plaintiff
ing special accommo- and LOUIS A. PEA-
TY, dation to participate in COCK; ELAINE K.
this proceeding should PEACOCK; are the
contact Court Adminis- Defendants, I will sell to
tration at 1250 N. Eglin the highest and best
,NK, Parkway, Shalimar, FL, bidder for cash at IN
32579; telephone num- FRONT OF CLERK'S
ber (850) 651-7497,. FRONT DOOR OF
prior to the proceeding. SHALIMAR ANNEX at
NO. 06/10/09 11:00AM, on the 29 day
06/17/09 of ,June 2009, the fol-


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Free Estimates. Ref's NE
850-398-6230 Back Hoe & Front End
Loader Service
Stump Removal &
Grinding, Grade Work,
Bushhog
W TlIAr By the job or
NEfW r OIA 1$30/hr, 3 hr minimum
850-830-7747
Mother / Daughter
Team. Will clean
homes, offices or LW/A
condos. Refs Avail. -
682-5019, Ask for Farm Direct
Debra ',t:-,^l 7n,,;i 0S


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







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


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


tneipecue, /_oysia, ZJL.
Augustine, Bermuda.
We deliver & install.
Call 244-6651
Suncoast Sod Farms




Carl Teston Painting
Quality is affordable
(low price guaranteed)
Free estimates Lic/Ins
850-305-0109
MIKE GOLLES
PAINTING
Interior, exterior, also
pressure washing. Li-
censed & Insured. Free
estimates. Ph.
682-5347. Senior citi-
zen discounts.



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Hurricane season is
here. Get you trees cut
now Free Estimates, "
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850-398-7677

Price's Quality
Tree Service
850-398-1169
Tree Removal, Tree
Trimming,Stump
grinding aval.& free
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lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 1, BLOCK A OF
SEA HILLS, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE 23, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 624 SEA OATS
DRIVE, DESTIN, FL
32541
Any person claiming
an Interest In the sur-
plus 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 2, 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 7 0 6 4 4 7 6
CENDANT-FNMA-B-rhar
nig
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance, with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,'
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with 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 # 100651
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
HSBC BANK LUSA NA.
TIONAL ASSOCIA.
TION, AS TRUSTEE
(THE TRUSTEE) OF
J.P 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).


CORDED IN OFFICE
RECORDS BOC
2223, PAGE 47
PUBLIC RECORD
OF OKALOO=
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH
UNDIVIDED INTE
EST IN THE COMMC
ELEMENTS APPU
TENANT THERE'
AS SET FORTH
SAID DECLARATION
A/K/A 508 HARBOR
BOULEVARD #51
DESTIN,
325410000
Any person clalmi
an Interest In the s
plus from the sale,
any, other than t
property owner as
the date of the I
Pendens must file
claim within sixty (6
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAI
and the seal of t
Court on June 2, 2009
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circ
Court
By:Viki JacksonD e p d
Clerk
Publish in Crestvi
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida
fault Law Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Flori
33622-5018
F 0 7 0 3 9 3 1
CHASE-CONV-R-vbor
to '
**See Americans w
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance w
the Americans with D
abilities Act, person
with disabilities nea
ing special accomm
dation to participate
this proceeding shOL
contact Court Admin
tration at 101 Jam
Lee Boulevard Ea
Crestview,
32536-3515; telepho
number (85
689-5000, Extensi
7497, prior to the p
ceeding. or Shalim
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance w
the Americans with D
abilities Act, person
with disabilities net
ing special accomm
dation to participate
this proceeding shOL
contact Court Admin
tration at 1250 N. Eg
Parkway, Shalimar, I
32579; telephone nu
ber (850) 651-74!
prior to the proceedin.
06/10/09
06/17/09



Legal # 100652
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIl
CUlT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION ,
HSBC BANK (USA),
Plaintiff,
CASE NO. 2007
005849 S
vs.
DIVISION
NELTON MACHAr
SR, et al,
Defendantss.


NOTICE OF FORE.
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE OF FORE- N i
CLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HERE
GIVEN pursuant to a
NOTICE IS HEREBY nal Judgment of Mo
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- gage Foreclosu
nal Judgment of Mort- dated May 29, 20
gage Foreclosure and entered in Ca
dated May 29, 2009 No. 2007 CA 005849
and entered in -Case of the Circuit Court
No. 2007 CA 004933 S the. FIRST Judicial C
of the Circuit Court of cuit in and
the FIRST Judicial Cir- OKALOOSA Coun
cuit in and for Florida wherein HSE
OKALOOSA County BANK (USA), is t
Florida wherein HSBC Plaintiff and NELT(
BANK USA, NATIONAL MACHADO SR; PAT
ASSOCIATION, AS CIA MACHADO; Al
TRUSTEE (THE AND ALL UNKNOV
TRUSTEE) OF J.R PARTIES CLAIMING
MORGAN ALTERNA- BY, THROUGH, U
TIVE LOAN TRUST DER, AND AGAIN
2006-A7 (THE TRUST), THE HEREIN NAM
is the Plaintiff and INDIVIDUAL DEFEN
RICHARD L. BASHAM; ANTS) WHO ARE N
ANY AND ALL UN- KNOWN TO BE DE
KNOWN PARTIES OR ALIVE, WHETHER
CLAIMING BY, SAID UNKNOWN PA
THROUGH, UNDER TIES MAY CLAIM
AND AGAINST THE INTEREST
HEREIN NAMED INDI- SPOUSES, HEIRS, D
VIDUAL DEFEND- VISEES, GRANTEE
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT OR OTHER CLAI
KNOWN TO BE DEAD ANTS; MORTGA(
OR ALIVE, WHETHER ELECTRONIC REG
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- TRACTION SYSTEM
TIES MAY CLAIM AN INCORPORATED A
INTEREST AS NOMINEE FOR HSE
.SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- MORTGAGE SE
VISEES, GRANTEES, VICES; are the D
OR OTHER CLAIM- fendants, I will sell
ANTS; DESTIN HARBR the highest and be
PLACE OWNERS AS- 'bidder for cash at
SOCIATION, INC.; are FRONT OF CLERK
the Defendants, I will FRONT .DOOR
sell to the highest and SHALIMAR ANNEX
best bidder for cash at 11:00AM, on the 29 d
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S of June, 2009, the f
FRONT DOOR OF lowing described pro
SHALIMAR ANNEX at erty as set forth in sa
11:00AM, on the 29 day Final Judgment:
of June, 2009, the fo-
lowing described prop- LOT 2, DEST
erty as set forth in said TOWNHOMES, A
Final Judgment: CORDING p TO T
PLAT THEREOF, A
CONDOMINIUM UNIT RECORDED IN PL
NO. 501, OF DESTIN BOOK 7, PAGE 86, C
HARBOR PLACE, A THE PUBLIC RE
CONDOMINIUM, AC- WORDS OF OKALOO!
CORDING TO THE COUNTY, FLORIDA
DECLARATION
THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL A/K/A 206 ANN CI
RECORDS BOOK CLE #2, DESTIN,
2223, AT PAGE 4716, 32541
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA Any person claim
COUNTY, FLORIDA. an interest In the s
TOGETHER WITH plus from the sale,
THE EXCLUSIVE any, other than. t
RIGHT TO USE COV- property owner asI
ERED PARKING the date of the I
SPACE NUMBER 04 Pendens must file
AS SET FORTH ON claim within sixty (6
THE FIRST FLOOR days after the sale.
PLAN (ENTRY LEVEL)
ATTACHED AS A WITNESS MY HAl
PART OF EXHIBIT "A" and the seal of ti
TO THE DECLARA- Court on June 2, 2009
TION OF CONDOMIN-
IUM OF DESTIN HAR- Don W. Howard
BOR PLACE, A CON- Clerk of the Circ
DOMINIUM, RE- Court


AL
t"i


By:Viki Jackson
Drn utv ClerkL


Anv oersnn rialmina


In annrdan e with


Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview. FL.


the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and


UNIT 3, HARBOR
HOUSE OF DESTIN, A


16, an Interest In the sur- the Americans with Dis- 32536-3515; telephone NOTICE OF FORECLO- best bidder for cash at CONDOMINIUM, AC-
DS Publish in Crestview plus from the sale, If abilities Act, persons number (850) SURE SALE CRESTVIEW: IN CORDING TO THE
SA News Bulletin any other than the with disabilities need- 689-5000, Extension NOTICE IS FRONT OF CLERK'S DECLARATION OF
Invoice To: Florida De- property owner as of ing special accommo- 7497, prior to the pro- HEREBY GIVEN pursu- FRONT DOOR OF THE CONDOMINIUM RE-
fault Law Group, PL. the date of the LUs dation to participate in ceeding. or Shalimar ant to a Final Judgment OKALOOSA COUNTY CORDED IN OFFICIAL
AN RO. Box 25018 Pendens must file a this proceeding should (850) 651-7497 of Mortgage Foreclo- COURTHOUSE at RECORDS BOOK
ER- Tampa, Florida claim within (60) days contact Court Adminis- sure dated May 29, 11:00AM, on the 23 day 1289, PAGE 1876,
ON 33622-5018 after the sale. tration at 101 James IMPORTANT 2009 and entered in of June, 2009, the fol- AND ALL EXHIBITS
IR- F 0 7 0 6 0 7 4 1 Lee Boulevard East, Case No. 2007 CA lowing described prop- AND AMENDMENTS
TO HSBCFIDELITY-CONV-B WITNESS MY HAND Crestview, FL, In accordance with 005286 of the Circuit erty as set forth in said THEREOF, PUBLIC
IN -rharnig and the seal of this 32536-3515; telephone the Americans with Dis- Court of the FIRST Ju- Final Judgment: RECORDS OF
4. **See Americans with Court on June 2, 2009. number (850) abilities Act, persons dicial Circuit in and for OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Disabilities Act 689-5000, Extension with disabilities need- OKALOOSA County, LOTS 8, BLOCK 4, FLORIDA.
UR IMPORTANT Don W. Howard 7497, prior to the pro- ing special accommo- Florida wherein US OAKDALE MINIA-
01, Clerk of the Circuit ceeding. or Shalimar dation to participate in BANK NATIONAL AS- TURE FARMS A/K/A 654 HAR-
FL In accordance with Court (850) 651-7497 this proceeding should SOCIATION, AS TRUS- RESUBDIVISION OF BOR BOULEVARD,
the Americans with Dis- By: Viki Jackson contact Court Adminis- TEE FOR CSFB HOME LOTS 14 AND 15, DESTIN, FL 32541
abilities Act, persons Deputy Clerk IMPORTANT tration at 1250 N. Eglin EQUITY ASSET TRUST BLOCK 13, ACCORD-
ng with disabilities need- Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 2006-1, is the Plaintiff ING TO THE MAP OR Any person claim-
ur- ing special accommo- Publish in Crestview In accordance with 32579; telephone num- and WILLIAM W. PLAT THEREOF AS ing an interest in the
if dation to participate in News Bulletin the Americans with Dis- ber (850) 651-7497, CULP; CHINESA RECORDED IN PLAT surplus from the sale,
he this proceeding should Invoice To: Florida De- abilities Act, persons prior to the proceedin CULP; are the De- BOOK 2, PAGE 119, if any, other than the
of contact Court Adminis- fault Law Group, RL. with disabilities need- fendants, I will sell to PUBLIC RECORDS property owner as of
Lis tration at 101 James RO. Box 25018 ing special accommo- 06/10/09 the highest and best OF OKALOOSA the date of the Lis
a Lee Boulevard East, Tampa, Florida dation to participate in 06/17/09 bidder for cash at COUNTY, FLORIDA Pendens must file a
50) Crestview, FL, 33622-5018 this proceeding should CRESTVIEW: SOUTH claim within sixty (60)
32536-3515; telephone F 0 7 0 6 0 7 4 1 contact Court Adminis- FRONT DOOR OF THE days after the sale.
number (850) HSBCFIDELITY-CONV-B tration at 1250 N. Eglin Legal # 100657 OKALOOSA COUNTY
ND 689-5000, Extension -rharnig Parkway, Shalimar, FL, COURTHOUSE A/K/A 1037 VAL- WITNESS MY HAND
his 7497, prior to the pro- **See Americans with 32579; telephone num- IN THE CIRCUIT LEY ROAD, CREST- and the seal of this
9. ceeding. or Shalimar DisabilitiesAct ber (850) 651-7497, COURT OF THE SHALIMAR: IN FRONT VIEW, FL 32539 Court on June 1, 2009.
(850) 651-7497 IMPORTANT prior to the pr FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- OF CLERK'S FRONT
CUlT DOOR OF SHALIMAR Any person claim- Don W. Howard
:uit IMPORTANT In accordance with 06/10/09 IN AND.FOR ANNEX at 11:00AM, on ing an interest in the Clerk of the Circuit
I the Americans with Dis- 06/17/09 OKALOOSA COUNTY, the 29 day of June, surplus from the sale, Court
ity In accordance with abilities Act, persons FLORIDA 2009, the following de- If any, other than the By:Viki Jackson
the Americans with Dis- with disabilities need- CIVIL ACTION scribed property as set property owner as of Deputy Clerk
abilities Act, persons ing special accommo- forth in said Final Judg- the date of the Lis Publish in Crestview
ew with disabilities need- dation to participate in Legal # 100656 CHASE HOME Fl- ment: Pendens must file a News Bulletin
ing special accommo- this proceeding should NANCE LLC, claim within sixty (60) Invoice To: Florida De-
De- dation to participate in contact Court Adminis- IN THE CIRCUIT Plaintiff, LOTS 1 THROUGH 8,, days after the sale. fault Law Group, RL.
this proceeding should tration at 101 James COURT OF THE INCLUSIVE, BLOCK RO. Box 25018
contact Court Adminis- Lee Boulevard East, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CASE NO. 2007 CA 12, MORRIS ADDI- WITNESS MY HAND Tampa, Florida
ida tration at 1250 N. Eglin Crestview, FL, CUlT 005968 S TION, ACCORDING and the seal of this 33622-5018
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 32536-3515; telephone IN AND FOR vs. TO PLAT THEREOF Court on June 1, 2009. F 0 8 0 0 8 5 9 9
7 32579; telephone num- number (850) OKALOOSA COUNTY, DIVISION AS RECORDED IN COUNTRY-CONV
nit- ber (850) 651-7497, 689-5000, Extension FLORIDA PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE Don W. Howard B/C-B-lcurry
prior to the proceeding. 7497, prior to the pro- CIVIL ACTION JODY L. BARCLAY, et 133, IN THE OFFICE Clerk of the Circuit **See Americans with
vith 06/10/09 ceeding. or Shalimar al OF THE CLERK OF Court Disabilities Act
06/17/09T(850)651-7497 HSBC BANK USA NA- Defendant(s). CIRCUIT COURT,' By:Viki Jackoson IMPORTANT
TIONAL ASSOCIA- OKALOOSA COUNTY, Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT TION, AS INDENTURE / FLORIDAI Publish in Crestview In accordance with
vith Legal # 100653 TRUSTEE OF THE NOTICE IS HEREBY News Bulletin the Americans with Dis-
Nis- In accordance with FIELDSTONE MORT- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Invoice To: Florida De- abilities Act, persons
tns IN THE CIRCUIT the Americans with Dis- GAGE INVESTMENT nal Judgment of Mort- A/K/A 702 LEE AVE- fault Law Group, RL. with disabilities need-
ed- COURT OF THE abilities Act, persons TRUST, SERIES gage Foreclosure NUE, CRESTVIEW, FL P.O. Box 25018 Ing special accommo-
no- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- with disabilities need- 2005-3, dated May 29, 2009 32539 Tampa, Florida dation to participate in
in CUIT, IN AND FOR ing special accommo- Plaintiff, and entered in Case 33622-5018 this proceeding should
uld OKALOOSA COUNTY, dation to participate In No. 2007 CA 005968 S Any person claiming F 0 8 0 0 2 2 5 5 contact Court Adminis-
nis- FLORIDA CASE NO.: this proceeding -should CASE NO. of the Circuit Court of an interest in the sur- GMAC-CONV-abiven tration at 101 James
nes 2009-DR-2448 contact Court Adminis- 46-2008-CA-000874 the FIRST Judicial Cir- plus from the sale, if **See Americans with Lee Boulevard East,
ast, tration at 1250 N. Eglin vs. cuit in and for any, other than the Disabilities Act Crestview, FL,
FL, GERALD GOODSON Parkway, Shalimar, FL, DIVISION OKALOOSA County, property owner as of IMPORTANT 32536-3515; telephone
ne and ELLEN E. 32579; telephone num- Florida wherein CHASE the date of the Lis number (850)
50) GOODSON, ber (850) 651-7497, DALTON JONES, et al, HOME FINANCE LLC, Pendens must file a 1i accordance with 689-5000, Extension'
on Petitioners prior to the proceeding. Defendantss. is the Plaintiff and claim within sixty (60) the Americans with Dis- 7497, prior to the pro-
nro- 06/10/09 / JODY L. BARCLAY; days after the sale. abilities Act, persons ceeding. or Shalimar
tar and 06/17/09 CARMEN D. BARCLAY; with disabilities need- (850) 651-7497
CHASE BANK USA WITNESS MY HAND ing special accommo-
KEVIN M. GOODS9N __NOTICE OF FORE- N.A.; SUNSAIL PROP- and the seal of this dation to participate in IMPORTANT
and MARY S. CLOSURE SALE ERTY OWNERS ASSO- Court on June 2, 2009. this .proceeding should
GOODSON Legal # 100655 CIATION, INC.; are contact Court Adminis- In accordance with
vith Respondents NOTICE IS HEREBY the Defendants, I will. Don W. Howard tration at 101 James the Americans with Dis-
)is- IN THE CIRCUIT GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- sell to the highest and Clerk of the Circuit Lee Boulevard East, abilities Act, persons
ins NOTICE OF ACTION COURT OF THE nal Judgment of Mort- best bidder for cash at Court Crestview, FL, with disabilities need-
ad- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- gage Foreclosure IN FRONT OF CLERK'S 32536-3515; telephone ing special accommo-
no- TO: MARY S. CUlT dated May 29, 2009 FRONT DOOR OF By:Viki Jackson number (850) dation to participate in
in GOODSON IN AND FOR and entered in Case SHALIMAR ANNEX at Deputy Clerk 689-5000, Extension this proceeding should
uld current address- un- OKALOOSA COUNTY, N o 11:00AM, on the 29 day 7497, prior to the pro- contact Court Adminis-
nis- known; last known ad- FLORIDA 46-2008-CA-000874 of of June, 2009, the fol- Publish in Crestview ceeding. or Shalimar tration at 1250 N. Eglin
ilin dress is: 322 Kepner CIVIL ACTION the Circuit Court of the lowing described prop- News Bulletin (850) 651-7497 Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
FL, Drive, NE FIRST Judicial Circuit erty as set forth in said Invoice To: Florida De- 32579; telephone num-
im- Fort Walton Beach, FL WELLS FARGO BANK, in and for OKALOOSA Final Judgment: fault Law Group, RL. IMPORTANT ber (850) 651-7497,
97, 32548 NA 'SUCCESSOR BY County, Florida RO. Box 25018 prior to the.proceeding.
g. MERGER TO WELLS wherein HSBC BANK LOT 69, SUNSAIL, BE- Tampa, Florida In accordance with 06/10/09
YOU ARE HEREBY NO- FARGO HOME .MORT- USA, NATIONAL AS- ING A PORTION OF 33622-5018 the Americans with Dis- 06/17/09
TIFIED that a Verified GAGE, INC., SOCIATION, AS IN- UNDIVIDED TOWN- F 0 7 0 4 5 5 1 1 abilities Act, persons
Petition For Temporary Plaintiff, DENTURE TRUSTEE SHIP 2 SOUTH, NMNC-CONV-R-khart- with disabilities need,
Custody has been filed OF THE FIELDSTONE RANGE 22 WEST, AC- maier ing special accommo- Legal #.100661
against you and that CASE NO. 2007, CA MORTGAGE INVEST- CORDING TO THE **See Americans with dation to participate in
you are required to 005025 S MENT TRUST, SERIES MAP OR PLAT Disabilities Act this proceeding should IN THE CIRCUIT
serve a copy of your re- vs. 2005-3, is the Plaintiff THEREOF AS RE- IMPORTANT contact-Court Adminis- COURT OF THE
sponse or pleading to DIVISION and DALTON JONES; CORDED IN PLAT, tration at 1250 N. Eglin FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
the Complaint upon the WANDA JONES; are BOOK 15, PAGES In accordance with, Parkway, Shalimar, FL, CUIT
Petitioner's attorney, RICHARD- NEHLS the Defendants, I will 98-101, OF THE PUB- the Americans with Dis- 32579; telephone num- IN AND FOR
R- WANDA J. CLAPP, A/K/A RICHARD M sell to the highest and LIC RECORDS OF abilities Act, persons ber (850) 651-7497, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
ESQ., 814 Shadow NEHLS, et al, best bidder for cash at OKALOOSA COUNTY, with disabilities need- prior to the proceeding. FLORIDA
Lane Suite Fort Walton Defendant(s). CRESTVIEW: SOUTH FLORIDA. ing special accommo- CIVIL ACTION
rY, Beach, FI 32547 and FRONT DOOR OF THE dation to participate in 06/10/09
file the original re- / OKALOOSA COUNTY A/K/A 4646-WIND- this proceeding should 06/17/09 WELLS FARGO BANK'
sponse or-pleading in COURTHOUSE STARR DRIVE, DES- contact Court Adminis- NA,
the office of the Clerk NOTICE OF FORE- *TIN, FL 32541 traction at 101 James Plaintiff,
of the Circuit Court, on CLOSURE SALE SHALIMAR: IN FRONT Lee Boulevard East,Plaintiff,
or before July 13, 2009. OF CLERK'S FRONT Any person claim- Crestview, FL, Legal # 100660 CASE NO.
If you fail to do so, a NOTICE IS HEREBY DOOR OF SHALIMAR ing an interest in the 32536-3515; telephone 46-2008-CA-1802 S
CA Default Judgment will GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ANNEX at 11:00AM, on surplus from the sale, number (850) IN THE CIRCUIT vs.
be taken against you nal Judgment of Mort- the 29 day of Juner if any, other than the 689-5000, Extension COURT OF THE DIVISION
for the relief demanded gage Foreclosure 2009, the following de- property owner as of 7497, prior to the pro- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
in the Petition. dated May 29, 2009 scribed property as set the date of the LIs ceeding. or Shalimar CUIT MARGARET SUSAN
and entered, in Case forth in said Final Judg- Pendens must file a (850) 651-7497 IN AND FOR FRIES, et al,
DO DATED at Shalimar, No. 2007 CA 005025 S ment: claim within sixty (60) OKALOOSA COUNTY, Defendant(s).
Okaloosa County, Flor- of the Circuit Court of days after the sale IMPORTANT FLORIDA
ida, this 27 day of May, the FIRST Judicial Cir- COMMENCING AT CIVIL ACTION /
2009. cuit in and for THE SOUTHEAST WITNESS MY HAND In accordance with
/ OKALOOSA County,. CORNER OF THE and the seal of this the Americans with Dis- THE BANK OF NEW NOTICE OF FORE-
DON W. HOWARD Florida wherein WELLS SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF Court on June 2, 2009. abilities Act, persons YORK AS TRUSTEE CLOSURE SALE
S CLERK OF THE CIR- FARGO BANK, NA THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 with disabilities need- FOR THE CERTIFI-
CUIT COURT SUCCESSOR BY OF SECTION 27, Don W. Howard ing special accommo- CATEHOLDER S NOTICE IS HEREBY
By: Aunita Cantrall MERGER TO WELLS TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH, Clerk of- the Circuit dation to participate in C W A.B S I N C GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
BY Deputy Clerk FARGO HOME MORT- RANGE 22 WEST, Court this proceeding should ASSETBACKED CER- nal Judgment of Mort-
Fi- GAGE, INC., is the OKALOOSA COUNTY, By:Viki Jackson contact Court Adminis- TIFICATES SERIES gage Foreclosure
ort- 06/10/09 Plaintiff and RICHARD FLORIDA; THENCE Deputy Clerk tration at 1250 N. Eglin 2006-12, dated May 27, 2009
ure 06/17/09, NEHLS A/K/A RICH- NORTH 88 DEGREES Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Plaintiff, and entered in Case
)09 ARD M NEHLS; SU- 38 MINUTES 40 SEC- Publish in Crestview 32579; telephone num- No. 46-2008-CA-1802 S
ise Legal # 100654 ZANNE M. NEHLS; ONDS WEST A DIS- News Bulletin ber '(850) 651-7497, CASE NO. of the Circuit Court of
S ANY AND ALL UN- TANCE OF 1400.36 invoice To: Florida De- prior to the proceeding. 46-2008-CA-001395 the FIRST Judicial Cir-
of IN THE CIRCUIT KNOWN PARTIES FEET TO THE POINT fault Law Group, P.L. 06/10/09 vs. cuit in and for
Cir- COURT OF THE CLAIMING BY, OF BEGINNING; RO. Box 25018 06/17/09 DIVISION OKALOOSA County,
for FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- THROUGH, UNDER, THENCE CONTINUE Tampa Florida Florida wherein WELLS
nty, CUIT IN AND FOR AND AGAINST THE NORTH 88 DEGREES 33622-5018 ROBERT GAWRYS FARGO BANK, NA, is
BC OKALOOSACOUNTY, HEREIN NAMED INDI-.38 MINUTES 40 SEC- F 0 7 0 6 3 5 5 4 A/K/A ROBERT the Plaintiff and MAR-
the FLORIDACIVILAC- VIDUAL, DEFEND- ONDS WEST A DIS- CHASESBPRDIR-CONV Legal # 100659 GAWRY/K/A ROBERT, GARET SUSAN FRIES-
ON TION CASE NO. ANT(S) WHO ARE NOTTANCE OF 276.0 -R-cgonzalez Defendantss. ROBERT G. FRIES;
RI- 2007-CA-005948 S DI- KNOWN TO BE DEAD FEET; THENCE **See Americans with IN THE CIRCUIT MORTGAGE ELEC-
NY VISION OR ALIVE, WHETHER NORTH 02 DEGREES DisabilitiesActn 'COURT OF THE / TRONIC REGISTRA-
VN SAID UNKNOWN PAR- 37 MINUTES 20 SEC- iPiTAT FIRST JUDICIALCIR- TION SYSTEMS IN-
NG US BANK NATIONAL TIES MAY CLAIM AN ONDS EAST A DIS- CUIT NOTICE OF FORE- CORPORATE AS
JN- ASSOCIATION, AS INTEREST AS TANCE OF 347.0 In accordance with IN AND FOR CLOSURE SALE NOMINEE FOR; are
ST TRUSTEE FOR SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- FEET; THENCE the Americans with Dis- OKALOOSA COUNTY, the Defendants, I will
ED CITIGROUP MORT- VISEES, GRANTEES, SOUTH 89 DEGREES abilities Act, persons FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY sell to the highest and
ID- GAGE LOAN TRUST OR OTHER CLAIM- 22 MINUTES 40 SEC- with disabilities need- CIVIL ACTION GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- best bidder for cash at
OT 2006-WFHE3, ANTS; are the De- ONDS EAST A DIS- in special accommo- nal Judgment of Mort- IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
AD Plaintiff fendants, I will sell to TANCE OF 276.0 d1tionto parade n DEUTSCHE BANK NA- gage Foreclosure FRONT DOOR OF
ER the highest and best FEET; THENCE thisproceeding should TIONAL TRUST COM- dated May 27, 2009 SHALIMAR ANNEX at
R- vs. bidder for cash at IN SOUTH 02 DEGREES contact Court Adminis- PANY AS TRUSTEE and entered in Case 11:00AM, on the 23 da
AN FRONT OF CLERK'S 37 MINUTES 20 SEC- ration at 101 James FOR HARBORVIEW N o of June, 2009, the fo-
AS JANET L. CONNELLY, FRONT DOOR OF ONDS WEST A DIS- Lee Boulevard East 2007-4, 46-2008-CA-001395 of lowing described prop-
)E- etal, ,SHALIMAR ANNEX at TANCE OF 350.70 Crestview FL' Plaintiff, the Circuit Court of the- erty as set forth in said
ES, Defendant(s). 11:00AM, on the 29 day FEET TO THE POINT 32536-3515; telephone FIRST Judicial Circuit Final Judgment:
IM- of May, 2009, the fol- OF BEGINNING, LESS number (850) CASE NO. 2008 CA in and for OKALOOSA
GE NOTICE OF FORE-. lowing, described prop- AND EXCEPT THE 689-5000 Extension 000468 C County, Florida LOT 37, WILLOW
IS- CLOSURE SALE erty as set forth in said NORTH 30.0 FEET 79- rior to the ro- vs. wherein THE BANK OF BEND, PHASE 2, AC-
MS Final Judgment: THEREOF FOR ROAD ceedin7497, or Sto the pro- DIVISION NEW .YORK AS TRUS- CORDING TO THE
AS NOTICE IS HEREBY LOT 2, BLOCK B, EM- RIGHT OF WAY PUR- 850) 651-7497 TEE FOR THE CERTIF- PLAT THEREOF AS
BC GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ERALD POINTE PLAT POSES. JOHN BURKE, et al, ICATEHOLDER S RECORDED IN PLAT
ER- nal Judgment of Mort- 1, ACCORDING TO IMPORTANT Defendantss. C WA B S I N C BOOK 9, PAGE 76,
De- gage Foreclosure THE PLAT THEREOF A/K/A 4294 Rebecca ASSETBACKED CER- PUBLIC RECORDS
to dated May 29, 2009 AS RECORDED IN Road, Crestview, FL In accordance with / TIFICATES SERIES OF OKALOOSA
est and entered in Case PLAT BOOK 9, PAGE 32539 the Americans with Dis- 2006-12, is the Plaintiff COUNTY, FLORIDA.
IN No 2007 CA 005948 S 86, OF THE PUBLIC abilities Act, persons NOTICE OF FORE- and ROBERT
K'S of the Circuit Court of RECORDS OF Any person claiming with disabilities need- CLOSURE SALE GAWRYS A/K/A ROB- A/K/A 2911 BENT-
OF the FIRST Judicial Cir- OKALOOSA COUNTY, an interest in the sur- ing special accommo- ERT GAWRY; ANNA WOOD LANE FORT
at cuit in and for FLORIDA plus from the sale, if dation to participate in NOTICE IS HEREBY GAWRYS; ANY AND WALTON BEACH, FL
lay OKALOOSA County, any, other than the this roceedin should GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ALL UNKNOWN PAR- 32547
fol- Florida whereTin US property owner as of contact Court Adminis- nal Judgment of Mort- TIES CLAIMING BY,
op- BANK NATIONAL AS- A/K/A 231 the date of the Lis tration at 1250 N Enlin gage Foreclosure THROUGH, UNDER, Any person claim-
aid SOCIATION AS W Y N N E H A V E N Pendens must file a Parkway, Shalimar FL dated May 27, 2009 AND AGAINST THE ing an interest in the
TRUSTEE FOR BEACH, MARY ES- claim within sixty (60) 32579; telephone num and entered in Case HEREIN NAMED INDI- surplus from the sale,
CITIGROUP MORT- THER, FL 32569 days after the sale. ber (850) 651-7497 No. 2008 CA 000468 C VIDUAL DEFEND- if any, other than the
IN GAGE LOAN TRUST pridr to the proceeding. of the Circuit Court of ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT property owner as of
C- 2006-WFHE2, is the Any person claim- WITNESS MY HAND p'tto te p d he FIRST Judicial Cir- KNOWN TO BE DEAD the date of the Lis
HE Plaintiff and JANET L.' ing an Interest in the and the seal of this 06/10/09 cult in and for OR ALIVE, WHETHER Pendens must file a
AS C O N N E L LY ; surplus from the sale, Court on June 2,2009. 06/17/09 OKALOOSA County, SAID UNKNOWN PAR- claim within sixty (60)
AT PARKWOOD PLACE If any, other than the ____________ Florida wherein DEUT- TIES MAY CLAIM AN days after the sale.
OF HOMEOWNER'S AS- property owner as of Don W. Howard Le.al#006. SCHE BANK NA- INTEREST AS
C- SOCIATION INC. are the date of the LIs Clerk of the Circuit Lea TIONAL TRUST COM- SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- WITNESS MY HAND
SA the Defendants, I will Pendens must file a Court IN THE PCIRCUIT PANY AS TRUSTEE VISEES, GRANTEES, and the seal of this
sell to the highest and claim within sixty (60) COURTOFTHE FOR HARBORVIEW OR OTHER .CLAIM- Court on June 1, 2009.
best bidder for cash at days after the sale. By:Viki Jackson FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 2007-4' is the Plaintiff ANTS; HARBOR
IN FRONT OF CLERK'S Deputy Clerk UI and JOHN BURKE; HOUSE OF DESTINY Don W Howard
IR- FRONT DOOR OF WITNESS MY HAND Publish in Crestview CUlT AND FOR ANY AND ALL N- OWNERS ASSOCIA-
FL SHALIMAR ANNEX at and the seal of this News Bulletin OKALOOSA COUNTY KNOWN PARTIES TION, INCORPO- Clerk of the Circuit
11:00 AM on the 29 day Court on June 2, 2009. Invoice To: Florida De- FLORIDA CLAIMING BY, RATED DISSOLVED; Court
Sof June, 2009, the fol- fault Law Group, PL. FCIVIL ACTION THROUGH, UNDER, are the Defendants, I
ng lowing described prop- Don W. Howard RO. Box 25018 ANDIVILAI AGAINST THE will sell to the highest
ur- erty as set forth in said Clerk of the Circuit Tampa, Florida US BANK NATIONAL HEREIN NAMED INDI- and best bidder for By:Viki Jackson
if Final Judgment: Court 33622-5018 ASSOCIATION AS VIDUAL DEFEND- cash at CRESTVIEW: Deputy Clerk
he By:VikiJackson F 0 8-0 0 5 5 2 3 ST ANT)WHOARENOT SOUTH FRONT DOOR Publish in Crestview
of LOT 17, BLOCK A, Deputy Clerk LITTON-CONV-abiven TRUSTEE FOR CSFBT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OF THE OKALOOSA News Bulletin
Ts PARKWOOD PLACE P nSee Americans with A TRUST 2006-1, OR ALIVE, WHETHER COUNTY COURT- Invoice To: Florida De-
a AT BLUEWATER BAY, Publish in Crestview Disabilities Act Pl*iff SAID UNKNOWN PAR- HOUSE faut I awGrounn PL


50) ACCORDING TO THE News Bulletin IMPORTANT ....... TIES MAY CLAIM AN P.O. Box 25018
PLAT THEREOF AS Invoice To: Florida De- INTEREST AS SHALIMAR: IN FRONT Tampa Florida
RECORDED IN PLAT fault Law Group, RL. In accordance with CASE NO. SPOUSE, HEIRS, D2007 CA INTEREST AS SHA- OF CLERK'S FRONT 33622-5018
ND BOOK 11, PAGE RO. Box 25018 the Americans with Dis- 005286C VISEES, GRANTEES, DOOR OF SHALIMAR F 0 8 0 2 3 5 2 7
his 37,PUBLIC RECORDS Tampa, Florida abilities Act, persons DIVISION OR OTHER CLAIM- ANNEX at 11:00AM, on NMNC-FNMA-R-khart-
9. OF OKALOOSA 33622-5018 with disabilities need- ANTS; MORTGAGE the 23 day of June, maier
COUNTY, FLORIDA. F 0 7 0 3 8 0 6 6 ing special accommo- WILLIAM W. CULP, at ELECTRONIC REGIS- 2009, the following de- **See Americans with
NMNC-VA-R-khartmaier nation to participate in M CULP et TRATION SYSTEMS, scribed property as set Disabilities Act
uilt A/K/A 335 **See Americans with this proceeding should enantINC AS NOMINEE FOR forth in said Final Judg IMPORTANT
PARKWOOD PLACE, Disabilities Act contact Court Adminis- Defendant(s). FIELDSTONE MORT- ment:
NICEVILLE, FL 32578 IMPORTANT tration at 101 James GAGE COMPANY; are


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Wednesday, June 17, 2009


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 # 100662
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.
46-2008-CA-002879 S
vs.
DIVISION
CHARLES E. SALIS,
JR, et al,
Defendant(s).


OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.
46-2008-CA-1611 S
vs.
DIVISION
JOSEPH D. NOLAN, et
al,
Defendant(s).
/
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated May 27, 2009
and entered in Case
No. 46-2008-CA-1611 S
of the Circuit Court of
the FIRST Judicial Cir-
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-
TEMS, INCORPO-
RATED, AS NOMINEE
FOR COUNTRYWIDE
FINANCIAL CORPORA-
TION; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der .for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 23 day
of June, 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop--
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 7, BLOCK D,
CIMARRON ES-
TATES, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF ON FILE IN


NOTICE OF FORE- PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE
CLOSURE SALE 74, IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIRCUIT COURT,
GIVEN pursuant to a Fl- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
nal Judgment of Mort- FLORIDA
gage Foreclosure
dated May 27, 2009 A/K/A 314 CE-
and entered in Case LESTE STREET,
N 0o MARY ESTHER, FL
46-2008-CA-002879 of ESTER32569
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit Any person claim-
in and for OKALOOSA Ing an interest in the
County, Florida surplus from the sale,
wherein CHASE HOME If any, other than the
FINANCE LLC, is the property owner as of
Plaintiff and CHARLES the date of the Lis
E. SALIS, JR; MORT- Pendens must file a
GAGE ELECTRONIC claim within sixty (60)1
REGISTRATION SYS- days after the sale.
TEMS INCORPO-
RATED AS NOMINEE WITNESS MY HAND
FORMORTGAGE and the seal of this
ELECTRONIC REGIS- Court on Juna, 2009.
TRATION SYSTEMS,Court on June,1, 2009.
INCORPORATED, AS Don W Howard
NOMINEE FOR GMAC lerk of the Circuit
MORTGAGE LLC; nCourt II
CHASE BANKUSA, By:Viki Jackson
NATIONAL ASSOCIA- Dut.vrialrk
TION; are the Defend- puty Clerk
ants, I will sell to the Publish in Crestview,
highest and best bid- News Bulletin
der for cash at CRES Invoice To: Florida De-
VIEW: SOUTH FRONT fault Law Group, P.L.
DOOR OF THE RO. Box25018
OKALOOSA COUNTY Tampa, Florida
COURTHOUSE 33622-5018 1
F 0.8.0 193 19
SHALIMAR: N FRONT MNC-VA-R-khartmaler
OF CLERK' S FRONT **See Americans with
DOOR OF SHALIMAR Disabilities Act
ANNEX at 11:00AM, on IMPORTANT
the 23 day of June;
2009, the following de- In accordance with
scribed property as setthe Americans with Dis-
forth in said Final Judg- abilities Act, persons.
ment: with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
LOT 27, BLOCK HA nation to participate in
RIDGE CREST PHASE this proceeding should
HE AC CORDINGREO contact Court Adminis-
THE PLAT THEREOF, traction at 101 James
AS RECORDED IN Lee Boulevard East,
PLAT BOOK 21, PAGE Crestview, FL,
96, 97AND 98,REOF 32536-3515; telephone
THE PUBLIC REC- number (8n0)
ORDS OFOKALOOSA 689-5000, Extension
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
A/K/A 154 CA- (850) 651-7497
BANA WAY, CREST-
VIEW, FL 325360000 IMPORTANT
Any person claim- in accordance with
ing an Interest in the the Americans with Dis-
surplus from the sale,^ abilities Act, persons
if any, other than the with disabilities need-
property owner as of g special accommo-
the date of t he Li nation to participate in
Pendens must file a, this proceeding should
claim wthin sixty (60) contact Court Adminis-
days after the sale. tration at 1250 N. Eglin
WIATN.. MY HAND Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
WITNESS MY HAND 32579;. telephone num-
and the seal of this ber (850) 651-7497,
Court on June 1, 2009. prior to the proceeding.I
Don W. Howard 06/17/09
Clerk of the Circuit 06/17/09
Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk Legal #100665
Publish in Crestview IN THE CIRCUIT
News Bulletin COURT OF THE
Invoice To: Florida De- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
fault Law Group, RL. FIRT JCUlT CIR
P.O. Box 25018 IN AND FOR
Tampa, Florida OKALOOSA COUNTY,
33622-5018 FLORIDA
F 0 8 0 4 1 2 0 2 CIVILACTION
CHASE-VA-R-vbonitto
.**See Americans with THE BANK OF NEW
Disabilities Act YORK AS SUCCES-
IMPORTANT LSOR TO JPMORGAN
I CHASE BANK, NA-
In accordance with TIONAL ASSOCIA-
the Americans with Dis- TION AS TRUSTEE
abilities Act, persons FOR THE OWNIT.
with disabilities need- MORTGAGE LOAN
ing special accommo- ASSET-BACKED CER-
dation to participate in TIFICATES, SERIES
this proceeding should 2006-1,
contact Court Adminis- Plaintiff,
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, CASE NO. 2008 CA
Crestview, FL, 000168 S
32536-3515; telephone vs
number (850) DIVISION
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-, S A V A N N A H
feeding. or Shalimar CHANTELLE HESTER
(850) 651-7497 A/K/A SAVANNAH C.
IMPORTANT HESTER ASK/A SAVAN-
IMPORTANT NAH HESTER, et al,
,n .... .... w h Defendant(s).


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 # 100663
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
INAND FOR


NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated May 27, 2009
and entered in Case
No. 2008 CA 000168 S
of the Circuit Court of
the FIRST Judicial Cir-A
cuit in and for
OKALOOSA County,
Florida wherein THE
BANK OF NEW YORK
AS SUCCESSOR TO
JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK, NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION, AS TRUS-
TEE FOR THE OWNIT


MORTGAGE LOAN
ASSET-BACKED CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES
2006-1, is the Plaintiff
and SAVANNAH
CHANTELLE HESTER
A/K/A SAVANNAH C.
HESTER A/K/A SAVAN-
NAH HESTER; ANY
AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER, AND AGAINST
THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGIS-
TRATION SYSTEMS,
INCORPORATED, AS
NOMINEE FOR SPE-
CIALIZED LOAN SERV-
ICING, LLC; are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and' best
bidder for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00AM, on the 23 day,
of June, 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 42, INDIAN LAKE
PHASE III, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK .16, PAGE(S)
92-93, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 4093 Drift-
Ing Sand Trail, 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 7 0 6 5 6 2 1-
LITTON-CONV-abiven
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview,... FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding, or Shalimar
.(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act; persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 NM. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior t he proceeding.
06/10/09
06/17/09
Legal # 100676

ADVERTISEMENT OF
COMPLETION
Carter's Contracting
Services, Inc., 23263
Harmony Church Road,
Andalusia Alabama,
36421 hereby gives no-
tice of completion of
Emergency Watershed
Project, New Ebenezer
Road,, Okaloosa
County, Florida, Con-
tract No. OK-Oct07
Storm-NER-02 and sets
February 27 of 2009 as
the date of final settle-
ment.
Yellow River Soil &
Water Conservation
District (Owner)
Attn: John
Bergchneider
1759 South Ferdon
Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536
By: Mertha Carter,
President
06/10/09 .
06/17/09
06/24/09
07/01/09

LEGAL #120230
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09-CA-2340

ANNETTE CREEL and
STEVE CREEL,
Plaintiffs,

vs.
MAGGIE L. THOMP-
SON a/k/a MAGGIE
LEIGH THOMPSON,
deceased, and her'un-


known heirs, devisees,
grantees, assigns,
creditors and any other
parties claiming by,
through, under, or
against her; ROY
ALFORD, JR., known
heir of Maggie L.
Thompson; EDWARD
ALFORD, known heir of
Maggie L. Thompson;
OUIDA SPARKMAN,
known heir of Maggie
L. Thompson; EDITH
SOWELL, known heir of
Maggie L. Thompson;
and DAVID ALFORD, a
deceased person and
known heir of Maggie
L. Thompson, and his


unknown heirs, devi- BARRED. NOT
sees, grantees, as- STANDING
signs, creditors, and OTHER APPLI
any other parties claim- TIME PERIOD,
Ing by through, under CLAIM FILED TW
of against David Alford; YEARS OR MOf
SYLVIA JONES, known TER THE DECEr
heir of David Alford; DATE OF DEA
DAVID ALFORD,. JR., BARRED.
known heir of David The date of first
Alford; LINDA EMAN- cation of this N(
UEL, Known'heir of Da- June 10, 2009.
vid Alford; DONALD
ALFORD, known heir of Attorney for
David Alford; WILLARD Giving Notice:
ALFORD, known heir of Roper Florida B
David Alford; LISA 0811971 296 S.
BROOKS, known heir Blvd, Suite 5 Cre
of David Alford; and Florida 32536
BRUCE ALFORD, phone: 850-683-3
known heir of David
Alford; Person Giving
Steve Wunker
NOTICE OF ACTION
6/10/2009
TO: MAGGIE L. 6/17/2009
'THOMPSON a/k/a LEGAL#120235
MAGGIE LEIGH
THOMPSON and DA- IN THE CIRC
VID ALFORD, de- COURT OF T
ceased, and their un- FIRST JUDICIAl
known heirs, devisees, -CUIT
grantees, assigns, IN AND FO
creditors, and any OKALOOSA CO
other parties claiming FLORIDA
by, through, under or CIVIL ACTION i
against them; and DA- NO:2007CA005
VID ALFORD, JR., a DIVISION FI
known natural person, NO:F070472
not known to be either /
dead or alive and all
unknown heirs, devi- WELLS FARGO
sees, grantee, assigns, NA,
creditors, or any other Plaintiff,
parties claiming by,
through, under or
against him; vs.
Address Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to quiet ROBERT G. SH
title to the following A/K/A ROBER
property in Okaloosa SHIFFLER II1, et a
County, Florida: Defendant(s).
For starting point, go to
the North quarter line NOTICE OF FOF
stone in East section SURE SALE
line of Section 15,
Township 3 North, NOTICE IS H
Range 23 West; thence GIVEN pursuant
Westerly with the North nal Judgment o
quarter line 30 feet to a gage Fore
point in the said quarter dated June 05
ine; thence Northerly and entered in
with West line of Hare No. 2007 CA 005
Street 475 feet to PRM of the Circuit C
stone; thence Westerly the FIRST Judic
with North line of cult in and
Pinewoods Drive 1717 OKALOOSA
feet to PRM stone; Florida wherein
thence Northerly with FARGO BANK,
West line of Woodland the Plaintiff and
Street 225 feet tp ERT G. SH
stake-Point of Beginn- A/K/A ROBER
ing; thence. Westerly SHIFFLER III;
200 feet to stake; FER L SHIFFLER
thence Northerly 100. the Defendants,
feet to stake, thence sell to the higher
Easterly 200 feet to best bidder for i
stake, in the West line, CRESTVIEW:
of, Woodland Street, FRONT OF Cl
thence Southerly with FRONT DOOR C
West line of Woodland OKALOOSA CO
Street 100 feet to Point COURTHOUSE
of Beginning. Being 11:00AM, on the
Lots 20, 21,22 and 23 of July, 2009, I
in Block 20 as shown in lowing described
the plat of Opportuni- erty as set forth
ties -Addition to Final Judgment:
Shoffner City, Okaloosa LOT 12, BLOC
County, Florida. HIDDEN GLEN
has been filed against CORDING TO
you in the Circuit Court PLAT THEREC
in the First Judicial Cir- RECORDED IN
cult in and for BOOK 7 PAGE
Okaloosa County, Flor- THE PUBLIC
ida and you are re- ORDS OF OKA
quired to serve a copy COUNTY, FLORID
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to: A/K/A 5940 ME
JASON R. MOULTON LANE N, CRES
Attorney for Plaintiff FL 32539
660-A N. Ferdon Blvd.
Crestview, FL 32536 Any person clain
on or before July 8, interest in the
2009 and file the origi- from the sale,
nal with the Clerkof o their than the'p
this Court at the owner as of their
Okaloosa County the Lis Penden
Courthouse, Crestview, file a claim with
Florida either before (60) days after the
service on Plaintiff's at- WITNESS MY
torney or immediately and the seal
thereafter, or a default Court on June 5,
will be entered against
you for the relief de- DonWHoward
handed in the Corn- of the
plaint or Petition. Court
DO N W.OHOWARD By:Vickie Jackson
CLERK OF COURT Deputy Clerk
By: Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk Florida Default
; Group, RL.
6/3/2009 RO. Box 25018,
6/10/2009 Tampa,
6/17/2009 33622-5018
6/24/2009
____ IMPORTANT
In accordance v
LEGAL#120233 Americans with
abilities Act,' p
IN THE CIRCUIT with disabilities
COURT FOR ing special acc
OKALOOSA COUNTY nation to partici
IN AND FOR THE this proceeding
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- contact Court Ac
CUIT OF FLORIDA tration at 101
CASE NO. Lee Boulevard
08-CP-001305 Crestview,
32536-3515; tel
IN RE: ESTATE OF number
GLADYS M. GARRETT, 689-5000, Ex
Deceased. 7497, prior to ti
ceeding. or S
NOTICE TO CREDI- (850) 651-7497
TORS (Summary Ad-
ministration) IMPORTANT
In accordance v
TO ALL PERSONS Americans with
HAVING CLAIMS OR bilities Act, p
DEMANDS AGAINST with disabilities
THE ABOVE ESTATE: Ing special acc
You are hereby notified dation to partici
that an Order of Sum- this proceeding
mary Administration contact Court A
has been entered in the traction at 1250
estate of GLADYS MAE Parkway, Shalirr
GARRETT, deceased, 32579; telephone
File Number ber (850) 65
08-CP-001305, by the prior to the proce
Circuit Court for'
Okaloosa County, Flor- 6/17/2009
ida, Probate Division, 6/24/2009
the address of which is ______
101 James Lee Boule-
vard, Crestview, Florida LEGAL#120236
32536; that the IN THE CIRC
decedent's date of THE CIR
death was October 2, COURT OF 1
2008; that the total FIRST JUDICIA
value, of the estate1 is CUlT
$44,000.00 and that the IN AND FO
name and address of ,O those to whom it has FLORIDA
been assigned by such CIVIL ACTION
Steve Wunker 4246 46-2008-CA-11
Edge Perry Road FILE NO:F080;
Crestview, Florida
32539
ALL INTERESTED PER- CHASE HOMI
SONS ARE NOTIFIED NANCE LLC,
THAT: Plaintiff,
All creditors of the es-
tate of the decedent vs.
and persons having AYNA S
claims or' demands SHAYNA SI
against the estate of ASK/A SHAYNA (
the decedent other PLES, at al,
than those for whom Defendant(s).


provision for full pay-
ment was made in the
Order of Summary Ad- NOTICE OF FOf
ministration must file SURE SALE
their claims with this
court WITHIN THE NOTICE IS H
TIME PERIODS SET GIVEN pursuant
FORTH IN SECTION nal Judgment o
733.702 OF THE FLOR- gage Fore
IDA PROBATE CODE. dated June 05
ALL CLAIMS AND DE- and entered in
MANDS NOT SO FILED No. 46-2008-C
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WITH- cult in and for
ANY OKALOOSA County,
CABLE Florida wherein CHASE
ANY HOME FINANCE LLC,
/O (2) is the Plaintiff and
IE AF- SHAYNA STAPLES
)ENT'S A/K/A SHAYNA C. STA-
TH IS PLES; NIKOLAS STA-
PLES; ANY AND ALL
publi- UNKNOWN PARTIES
tice is CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
Person HEREIN NAMED INDI-
Connie VIDUAL DEFEND-
ar No. ANT(S) WHO'ARE NOT
Ferdon KNOWN TO BE DEAD
stview, OR ALIVE, WHETHER
Tele- SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
940 TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
Notice: SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
UIT CRESTVIEW: IN
HE FRONT OF CLERK'S
CIR- FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
R COURTHOUSE at
UNTY, 11:00AM, on the 7 day
of July, 2009, the fol-
CASE lowing described prop-
330C erty as set forth in said
LE Final Judgment:
60, LOT 18, BLOCK 5,
FIRST ADDITION TO
THE JACK KENNEDY
BANK, ADDITION, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 104, IN
THE OFFICE OF THE
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
COURT, OKALOOSA


~ A/K/A 1198 TEXAS Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Florida Default Law
PARKWAY, CREST- 32579; telephone num- NOTICE IS HEREBY Group, RL.
VIEW, FL 32536 ber (850) 651-7497, GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- RO. Box 25018
0n- prior to the proceeding. nal Judgment of Mort- Tampa, Florida
Any person claiming an aged F J oreclosure 33622-5018
interest in the surplus 6/17/2009 dated June 08, 2009
BY from the sale, if any, 6/24/2009 and entered in Case IMPORTANT
Fl- other than the property No. 2007 CA 003214 S In accordance with the
r- owner as of the date of of the Circuit Court of Americans with Disa-
ire the Lis Pendens must the FIRST Judicial Cir- abilities Act, persons
file a claim within sixty LEGAL#120241 cuit in and for with disabilities need-.
se (60) days after the sale.T OKALOOSA County, ing special accommo-
se (60) days after the sale. IN THE CIRCUIT Florida wherein TAY- nation to participate in
C WITNESS, MY HAND TAY dationto
of and the seal of this COURT OF THE LOR, BEAN AND WHIT- this proceeding should
- 'CourtonJune 5, 2009. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- AKER ,MORTGAGE contact Court Adminis-
ir- CUIT CORPORATION, is the ration at 101 James
or Don W Howard IN AND FOR Plaintiff and MARK B Lee Boulevard East,
L Clerk ofthe Circuit OKALOOSACOUNTY, HENDON A/KA MAR- Crestview, FL,
is Court FLORIDA CUS B HENDON; 32536-3515; telephone
is CIVIL ACTION CASE WENDY A. HENDON; number (850)
)B-
ER By:Vickie Jackson NQ:2007CA3426S DI- FIRST HORIZON 689-5000, Extension
G Deputy Clerk VISION.FILE HOME LOAN CORPO- 7497, prior to the pro-
NO:F07024752 RATION; are the'De- ceeding. or Shalimar
re Florida Default LawGMAC Mfendants, I will sell to (850) 651-7497'
Floreid ar Default aGMAC MORTGAGE, the highest and best
will Group, RL.
nd PO. Box 25018 LLC, bidder for cash at IN IMPORTANT
at Tampa,5 Florida Plaintiff, FRONT OF CLERK'S In accordance with the
IN 33622-5018 vs FRONT DOOR OF Americans with Disa-
<'S vs. SHALIMAR ANNEX at abilities Act, persons
HE IMPORTANT 1:00AM, on the 8 day with disabilities need-
TY In accordance with the DIANA L. HILL, metal, of July, 2009, the fol- ing special accommo-
at Americans with Disa- Defendant(s). lowing described prop- dation to participate in
ay bilities Act, persons a... erty as set forth in said this proceeding should
y bil .esd sActpe rs NUOTEICE F FORECLO- Final Judgment:
o- with disabilities need- ^ F FORECLO- Fal Judgment contact, Court Adminis-
0- ing special accommo- SURE SALE LOT 12, BLOCK H, tration at 1250 N, Eglin
nation to participate, in ROCKY BAYOU ES- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
ad pr ee nou NOTICE IS HEREBY TATES, UNIT NO. 3 32579 telephone num-
C' contactCourt Adminis- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- ACCORDING TO THE bar (850) 651-7497,
C- traction at 101 James -nal judgment orf Mort- PLAT THEREOF AS priortothe proceeding.
-E Lee t Boulevard East gage Foreclosure RECORDED IN. PLAT
H Crestviewo FLs dated June 08, 2009 BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 27, 6/17/2009
AT 32536-3515; telephone and entered in Case OF THE PUBLIC REC- 6/24/2009
Snumbler' (850) No. 2007-CA-3426-S of ORDS OF OKALOOSA
OF m00 Extesi the Circuit Court of the COUNTY, FLORIDA.
C_ 689-5000ouuu, Extension FIRST Judicial Circuit ..
A 7497, prior to the pro- in and for OKALOOSA A/K/A 122 WILDER LEGAL#120244
(850) 651-7497 County, Florida STREET, NICEVILLE,
(850) 651.... wherein GMAC MORT- FL 32578 IN THE CIRCUIT
)W RTANT GAGE, LLC, is the COURT OFTHE
W In accordance with t Plaintiff and DIANA L. Any person claiming an FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Americans with Disa- HILL; are the Defend- interest in the surplus CUlT,
an bilitiesAct, personsants, I will sell to-the from the sale; if any, OKIN AND FOR UNTY,
au with disabilities need- highest and best bid- other than the property OKALOOSACOUNTY,
ny, ng special acomo der for cash at IN owner as of the date of FLORIDA
1y cation .a.acein FRONT OF CLERK'S the Us Pendens must CIVILACTIONCASE
rof this proceeding should FRONT DOOR OF file a claim within sixty NO:2007CA003137S
ust contact Court Adminis- SHALIMAR ANNEX at (60) days after the sale DIVISION: FILE
Sty traction at 1250 N. Eglin 1:00AM, on the 8 day WITNESS MY HAND NO:F07019447
e Parkway, Shalimar, FL, of July, 2009, the fol- and the seal of this
ND 32579; telephone. num- lowin g described prop- Court on June 9, 2009. WILMINGTON Fi-
his ber (850) 651-7497, erty as set forth in said Plaintiff,
prior to the proceeding.' Final Judgment: Don W. Howard Plaintiff,
Sg COMMENCING AT Clerk of the Circuit
. 6/17/2009 THE NE CORNER OF Court vs.
ut 6/24/2009 THE WEST 1/2 OF THE
S6/24NORTHEAST 1/4 OF By:.Vickie Jackson WENDY D. RIGGS,
SECTION 12, TOWN- Deputy Clerk F/K/A WENDY D:
---SHIP 3 NORTH, GILMORE, et al,
LEGAL#120240 RANGE 25 WEST, Florida Default Law Defendant(s).
SOKALOOSA COUNTY, Group, RL.
aw IN THE CIRCUIT FLORIDA; THENCE RO. Box 25018 NOTICE OF FORECLO-
w COURT OFTHE NORTH 89 DEGREES Tampa, Florida SURE SALE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 20 MINUTES 05 SEC- 33622-5018
ida CUIT ONDS WEST ALONG NOTICE IS HEREBY
IN AND FOR THE NORTH LINE IMPORTANT GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
OKALOOSA'COUNTY, THEREOF A DIS- In accordance with the nal Judgment of Mort-
FLORIDA TANCE OF 396.00 Americans with Disa- gage Foreclosure
the CIVIL ACTION CASE FEET TO THE POB; abilities Act, persons dated June 08, 2009
hea NO:2007CA003666C THENCE CONTINUE with disabilities need- and entered in Case
nsa- DIVISION FILE NORTH '89 DEGREES ing special accommo- No. 2007-CA-003137-S
nd- NO:F07026465 20 MINUTES 05 SEC- dation to participate in of the Circuit Court of
ONDS WEST 170.40 this proceeding should the FIRST Judicial Cir-
no- DEUTSCHE BANK'NA- FEET;- THENCE contact Court Adminis- cult in and for
in TIONAL. TRUST COM- SOUTH 00 DEGREES tration at 101 James OKALOOSA County,
ild- PANY FKA BANKERS 02 MINUTES 04 SEC- Lee Boulevard East, Florida wherein WIL-
is- TRUST, ONDS EAST 256.00 Crestview, FL, MINGTON FINANCE
es Plaintiff FEET; THENCE 32536-3515; telephone INC., is the Plaintiff and
st, SOUTH 89 DEGREES number (850) WENDY D. RIGGS,
vL, 20 MINUTES 05 SEC- 689-5000, Extension F/K/A WENDY D.
ne vs. ONDS EAST 170.28 7497, prior to the pro- GILMORE; DANNY
50) FEET TO A POINT ON ceeding. or Shalimar NOEL RIGGS; TENANT
on ROBERT UNDER- THE WEST LINE OF A (850) 651-7497 #1; TENANT #2; are
ro-.WOOD, metal, PRIVATE ROAD (66 the Defendants, I will
nar Defendant(s). FOOT RIGHT OF WAY) IMPORTANT sell to the highest and
THENCE NORTH 00 In accordance with the best bidder for cash at
NOTICE OF FORECLO- DEGREES 00. MIN- Americans with Disa- IN FRONT OF CLERK'S
he SURE SALE UTES 30 SECONDS abilities Act, persons FRONT DOOR OF
ha WEST 256 FEET with disabilities need- SHALIMAR ANNEX at
sa- NOTICE IS HEREBY ALONG SAID RIGHT ing special accommo- 11:00AM, on the 8 da
ns GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- OF WAY TO THE POB. nation to participate in of July, 2009, the for-
o- nal Judgiment of Mort- this proceeding should lowing described prop-
o- g Foreclosur TOGETHER WITH A contact Court Adminis- erty as set forth in said
A dated June 08, 2009 MOBILE HOME LO- tration at 1250 N. Eglin Final Judgment:
isld and entered in Case CATED THEREON AS Parkway, Shalimar, FL, LOT 10, BLOCK B,
iin No. 2007 CA 003666 C A FIXTURE AND AP- 32579; telephone num- BENT TREE, ACCORD-
of the Circuit Court of P U R T E N A N C E ber (850) 651-7497, ING TO THE PLAT
the FIRST Judicial Cir- THERETO WITH SE- prior t heproceeding THEREOF, AS RE-
cult in and for RIAL NUMBER CORDED IN PLAT
ScKALOSA County,14902551. 6/17/2009 BOOK 17, PAGE 60,
Florida wherein DEUT- 6/24/2009 OF THE PUBLIC REC-
SCHE BANK NA- A/K/A 1150 REEVES 6/24/2009 ORDSOF O LOOSA
TIONAL TRUST COM- ROAD, BAKER, FL AL#120243 COUNTY FLORIDA.
SPANY FKA BANKERS 32531 LEGAL#120243 AK/A 957 JOHN
TRUST, is the Plaintiff
and ROBERT UNDER- Any person claiming an IN THE CIRCUIT WAYNE CIRCLE, FT
WOOD; JEANNINE interest in the surplus COURT OF THE WALTON BEACH, FL
MCDONALD; MORT- from the sale, if any, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 32547
GAGE ELECTRONIC other than the property CUlT
R- REGISTRATION SYS- owner as of the date of IN AND FOR Any person claiming an
TEMS, INCORPO- the Lis Pendens must OKALOOSA COUNTY, interest in the surplus
RATED, AS NOMINEE file a claim within sixty FLORIDA from the sale, if any,
Y, FOR GMAC MORT- (60) days after the sale. CIVIL ACTION CASE other than the property
GAGE, LLC; are the WITNESS MY HAND NO:2006-CA-3827-C owner as of the date of
E Defendants, I will sell to' and the seal of this DIVISION FILE the Lis Pendens must
the highest and best Court on June 9, 2009. NO:F06015659 file a claim within sixty
S bidder for cash at (60) days after the sale.
3 iddCRESTVEW: cash atN Don W. Howard BRANCH BANKING WITNESS MY HAND
FRONT OF CLERK'S Clerk of the Circuit AND TRUST COM- and the seal of this
FRONT DOOR OF THE Court PANY, Court on June 9, 2009.
Fl- OKALOOSA COUNTY' k Plaintiff,
COURTHOUSE at By:Vickie Jackson Don W. Howard
11:00AM, on the 30 day Deputy Clerk vs. Clerk of the Circuit
of July, 2009, the fol- Court
lowing described prop- Florida Default Law CINDY EDMONDS, et
erty as set forth in said Group, RL. al (.By:Vickie Jackson
ES Final Judgment: RO. Box 25018 Defendant(s). Deputy Clerk
TA- LOT 22, BLOCK A, Tampa, Florida
PARK PLACE V, AC- 33622-5018 NOTICE OF FORECLO- Florida Default Law
CORDING TO PLAT SURE SALE Group, RL.
THEREOF ON FILE IN IMPORTANT PO. Box 25018
PLAT BOOK 14, PAGE In accordance with the NOTICE IS HEREBY Tampa, Florida
0- 29, IN THE OFFICE OF Americans with Disa- GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 33622-5018
THE CLERK OF abilities Act, persons nal Judgment of Mort-
COURT, OKALOOSA with disabilities need- gage Foreclosure IMPORTANT
BY COUNTY, FLORIDA. ing special accommo- dated June 08, 2009 In accordance with the
Fi- nation to participate in and entered in Case Americans with Disa-
irt- A/K/A 143 NICOLE this proceeding should No. 2006-CA-3827-C of abilities Act, persons
ire LANE, CRESTVIEW FL contact Court Adminis- the Circuit Court of the with disabilities need-
re LANE, C 32539ESTVEW, FL tration at 101 James FIRST Judicial Circuit ing special accommo-
ise Lee Boulevard East in and for OKALOOSA dation to participate in
01 Any person claiming an Crestview, FL' County, Florida this proceeding should
01of interest in th surplus an32536-3515; telephone wherein BRANCH contact Court Adminis-
ir- fro the sale if any, number (850) BANKING AND TRUST tration at 101 James


qp I l vblvl:;w -AU 3 UU1vi lI %-ALAJ x"


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 9, 2009.
Don W. Howard i
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Vickie Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
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


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.
6/17/2009
6/24/2009
LEGAL#120242
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:2007CA003214S
DIVISION: FILE
NO:F07023306
TAYLOR, BEAN AND
WHITAKER MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARK B HENDON
A/K/A MARCUS B HEN-
DON, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE


COMPANY, is the
Plaintiff and CINDY
EDMONDS; PAMELA
CLINE HEGERTY; are
the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
CRESTVIEW: IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 8 day
of July, 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 10, BLOCK B, CO-
RONADO VILLAGE
PHASE III ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 16, PAGE 71,
OF THE. PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 4781 Coronado
Circle, Crestview, FL
32539-5718
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 9, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Vickie Jackson
Deputy Clerk


ER
r







Wonerriv.J Iu ne 17 2009


Crestview News Bulletin I B9


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.
6/17/2009
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ulti Famly panlon needed for eludes ALL utilities, 0*216 Virginia St,
Sale older female. Must high speed internet, 2 br,1.6 be, $650
Sat. June 20th, 7a-? 'clean, cook at least common area main- 6020 Gagnon St,
358 West First Ave 1 meal a day! Room tainance and daily 3 br, 2 ba; $695
and board plus cleaning. 682-0791 0 575 Pine Ave
Crestview some compensa- 3 br, 2 be; $700
Multi family tion. References' 104 CorwinSt
yard sale needed! Crestvew 2 br, 2.5 be, $725
yard sale area Fax or email 0 5292 Opportunity Dr
Sat 7 am. -3418 Finch info: (850)398-6673 0 10 3 br, 2 b; $795
Av. 85 N to Auburn Rd, ljlmgann@cox.net *5589WheelerPI ,
right on Flamingo left or Call 850-826-0228 ..W il V 3 5br2 bae$800
on Finch Boat, tools, W I W 02405 Mill Run Dr,
appliances,household 3br 2 ba $925
items. Much more E "b, $99 Mov In $2
Crestview
Muti-res Famiy Special! 3219 Skynight Dr,
ti-Famly ah Crestview- Quiet well- 3 br, 2 bae; $995
Yard Sale Medical/Health maintained 2 br, 1 ba, 194 Villacrest Dr
Sat. June 20, 7am-?, Medical total electric 585-6985 3 br, 2 ba; $995
103 Steves Place. (take Crestview Small 1 BR 6107 ld Hickory
90 W. to Old Bethel Assistant Duplex dep. & lease ; $1000
take 1st left on Sioux needed for medical req., no pets 652-B 6042 Sand Hill 'Rd
Cir. see sighn). To practice -in. Crestview, Brock Ave. $375. mo 4 br, 2.5 be, $1250
much to list FL. Clinical experience Call 978-6305 Commercial
ahd proficient com- 593 James Lee 'Blvd,
puter skills re uired. Crestviw Bent Creek 593 James Lee ,
Must have grated Apt VouchesAc-1600s, $1200


GUN SHoOW st he use a
from an MA program or capted. Rental assis-
have current certifica- tance may be avail. I&
tion. Must be ,willing to 2 .BR HC & non-HC ac-.
GUN SHOW be cross trained. Send cessible apts. 209 Bent A l
resume to: .-Creek Rd. Crestview,
Santa Fosa County hrdepartment@nfmc org FL. Call 850 682-5563,
Auditorium, Milton, or'Fax (850) 682-5302 TDD/TTY 711. Equal -
FL. June 20 & 21, '09. EOE/DFWP/M-F Housing Opportunity
9am-5pm. (850) Web ID #27862444 Crestview -.!
957-4952/261-8407 Brookmeade Villas
Gen. Admission $5. NEED A JOB!! Appt. 1 apartment
Exciting New Business available now foi the
in Okaloosa County elderly, handicapped &
looking for highly moti- saled.C02e Nob
voted w pe e ai Circle, Crestview, FL
I0 5to have fun and make ..32539. C i
S above average income! 5- 369 2 2 ll
Online Pharmacy Buy There is a sign on bo- T850-68922/TTY 711 E2ua"
-Soma, Ultram, Fioricet, nus of $1000 and large TDD OTY 711, Equal
Pfozac,, Buspar weekly bonuses of Housing Opportunity M
$71.99/90 $107/180 $200 and $3501 Base Crestview Inn
Quantities, Price In- pay of $425 a week. Motel $35 d $165 WK, ERANE [
cludes Prescription! Apply at 397 Walden APT $190 Wk. $575 4
Over 200 Meds St., Crestview 'in per- wk.Call 682-4466
$25Coupon Mention son. 850-306-2269 or Crestview, Bent Creek
Offer:#91A31. 850-305-1704 Apartments I, Vouchers
(888)389-0461. OtherAccepted. Rental assis-
tri-drugstore.com Other tance may be available.
PHY46040 1 & 2BR, HC & non
Mystery HC accessible apart-
-Shoppers ments. 0 rS
SEarn up to $100/ day. 209 Bent Creek Road,
3270 Undercover shoppers Crestview, FL. Call
-- needed to judge retail 8 5 0 6 8 2 5 5 6 3,
& dining estab. No exp. TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Fee req'd 877-358-6239 Housing Opportunity
Web ID #27859448 um
.- .. Sales lEsa!:; a1999 SatumSrn C2


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for Rent -
FWB
Gated Community
4 br, 3 be, 2,423sf
$2,175
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4br, 3ba, 2cg, 2349sf
$2,050
Last month rent plus
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682-6156
* 3542 Auburn Rd,
$695, 3 BR 1 BA, 1 AC,
* 3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1AC
* 217 Forrest Pkwy
$775, 3BR, 1.5BA
* 107 Beacon's Bend
$900, 4BR, 3BA
* 102 Trenton Ave
$945, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
* 715 Majestic Prince,
$1100,,3BR, 2BA
no pets
* 394 Riverchase Blvd
$1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CG
* 5710 Seminole Dr,
$700, 3BR, 2BA, 2AC
S2919 Aplin Rd,
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1CG
* 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




Crestvlew- Share quiet
3br brick home in au-
burn area $450 mo in-
cids utils Call 902-6081


6170

Crestview Large
2BR/2BA on nice pri-
I vate lot $495. mo. + I
dd Call 362-9845


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br, 2 ba 28'x48', 1 acre
lot. 5292 Fairchild Rd.
$70K. 931-648-2850


Crestvlew- Remodeled Bank Owned Prop-
2br, 1ba, Quiet park. erties Free Listsb
No pets. $450 mo+dd Cellstate Gulfcoast
850-585-8192 Realty 850-472-2500
Crestvlew, 3br, 1.5ba, Destin
on 1 acre, total electric etin West
$500/mo + $500 dd Destiny es
682-0290 or 582-5148 By Owner
1 Close to the beach,
Holt 3 br, 2 ba Beautiful 2 story
on 1 acre near 110 exit stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
& gas station/store. Big 2.5 bth on Paradise
back deck. New: AC, Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
skirting, front porch. No borhood pool, tennis,
pets. Ref./ 1 mo & DD Built in 2005. $820,000.
req. $550 mo. Call Call 830-3287 for show-
537-6428/ email: ing. Agents welcome.
tjtaylor0127@yahoo.com Foreclosed Home
Auction Florida State-
Holt For Sale or lease, wiAudctio Auction starts July
2bd lba on 2 acres 11 700+ Homes Must
$450mo.+dd, & ref. Be Sold REDC I Free
499-7412 or 537-8528 Brochure
www.Auction.com RE
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9 JIndividual wants to
0 &- buy house for invest-
ment. Call 651-0987
RFUAL ESTATE FOR SALE Lake Guntersville
7100 Homes Alabama
7105 Open Houses mesites from
7110 Beach Home/ Homesites from
Property $29,900
7120-'Commercial $2,0
7130 -Condo/Trownhouse 1-888-446-5253 x.5199
7140 Farms & Ranches www.gpi299.com
7150 -Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes
7170 Waterfronto
7180 Investment 710
Property
7190 Out-of-Town Buy GA Lot Now!
Real Estate Build when you sell in
7200 Timeshare, FL: Premiere Gated
S- Golf Community on
Georgia Coast. Ocean
Access. Loaded with
I 7100 amenities. Starting at
***Fr' For $32,900. Offer iExpires
***Free Foreclosure July 25th.
Listings*** 'Over (877)266-7376
400,000 properties na-
tionwide. Low Down Coastal Georgia Bank
Payment. Call Now! Ordered Sale 1+ Acre
(800)446-9804. Ocean Access $29,900
(888)982-8952 x 5192
h t t p : / / ww w .
S ceanaccess299.com/
Crestvlew- 2.5 acres,
S asking $48K.',Off of
Poverty Creek Rd. 850
375-2351' or 375-2425
FL Lake Bargain! 3+
AC -just $49,900 (was.
602 Mooney $89,90oo) Nicely
Rd. FWB wooded, private lake-
Kenwood access. Ready to build.
Kenwood Owner will finance.
Only one -save big.
Beautiful brick 3 br, 2 Call now (866)352-2249
be, 2 cg. Close to Openi
bases on quiet half Pre- Grand Opening
acre corner lot. Built Sale! 8 Acres w/ Deep
in 1994. Kitchen re- Dockable Lakefront
cently updated with Only. $39,900. SatI&
stainless steel appli- Sun 6/27 & 28 Save
ances. Corner FP in $10,000* Spectacular 8
LR wall brick hearth acre hardwood setting
vaulted ceilings, fresh w/ -deep dockable wa-
paint security sys- terfrontl Prime AL loca-
tem, updated lec- tion. Paved rds, county
tronic irrigation, large water, utils all com-
screened porch un- ing in Lowest fiCallnowc-
der roof, chain link in in rsl Call now
back yard perfect for (866)952-5302, ask for
pets. $294,900. Call x.1525 Price includes
850 226-6754 discount

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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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2005 Mercury Sable'lOADE" $8,900 2008 Chevy HHR LT $12,900
2005 Toyota Corolla LE $8,900 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander $14,900
2006 hryslerTwn&Country $8,900 2007 ChevyTrailblazerLS $14,900
1998 Nissan Frontier EXTXE $9900 2006 Chevy SilveradoEXTLT $15,900
2005 Pontiac Bonneville SLE $9,900 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 $16,900
2004 Chevy Silvereado EXT LS $9,900 2005 Mini S Convertible $17,900
2003 BukkLesable $9,900 2007 Hummer H3 Luxury $21,900
2005 ForO Mustang Convertible$ 1,900 2009 GMC Acadia w/Leather $28,900
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Covington County, AL
Only 70 miles from the
beach, but away from
hurricanes. This 2125
sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2
bath house is situated
on 12 acres. Great floor
plan and is available
completely furnished,
including some farm
equip, 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.
The pastures have
piped water supply.
Just 3 miles from shop-
ping, but country living
at its best. For info con-
tact: 334-427-0417 or
334-804-3116




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AUTOMOTIVE, IMRINE
I RECREATIONAL.
810 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 Beat & Marine
S Supplies
8245 Boat Slips & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes



1999 Pontiac Grand
Am V-6, 3.4 liter, 161K
miles $2600. Q.B.O.
Call 305-1837
Acura Integra 96 $6501
Honda Civic 99 $8001
Toyota Camry 97 $600!
Ford Taurus 01 $750!
Police Impounds! For
listings call (800)
366-9813 ext 9275.


Classcifieds


4Br 3Ba 1Half-Ba 3,634
sqft Single Family
Home situated on 7 ac-
res' in Thomas Co, GA..
Double Garage, Fence,
Deck, Screened Porch.
$359,900 Norris Bishop
Realty (229)890-1186.





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