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DANIEL OCHOA DE OLZA I .ltdJ Pr,.,
PAMPLONA PANDEMONIUM: A reveler, seen at center in blue not CHS graduate Michael Moore is
chased by a Fuente Ymbro ranch fighting bull during the traditional running of the bulls at Ihe San Fermin
Festival in Pamplona, riorthern Spain. Moore took part in the running of the bulls on July -11 and 12.


(CHS grad runs with


Sthe bulls in Spain


Barbara Moore
Special to the News Bulletin
Utilizing the skills he,
acquired as a member
of the Crestview High
School cross country and


track teams, 2006 Crestview
High School graduate Michael
Moore completed the challenge
of running with the bulls in
Pamplona, Spain, this month.
See BULLS A4


Amtrak report offers three routes to restore service


Jay Felsberg
Florida Frr-edom NN~- 'papers
Amtrak service for Crestview
ended in 2005 when the Sunset.
Limited was suspended east of
New Orleans because of damage
from Hurricane Katrina and the
costs associated with restoring ser-
vice. Since then, Crestview has had
no passenger rail service, but that
could change if recommendations
from a recent federal report are
adopted.
Amtrak recently submitted the


report as part of the Passenger
Wail Investment and Improvement
Act of 2008, which reauthorizes the
nation's intercity passenger. rail
provider Amtrak, and establish-
es new programs and policies to
strengthen the U.S. intercity pas-
senger rail system.
Section 226 requires Amtrak to
develop a plan for restoring pas-
senger, rail service between New
Orleans and Sanford. One of the
options is restoration of the Sunset
Limited through Crestview.
Amtrak initially evaluated 12


alternatives for restoring service
between New Orleans and Florida.
Of the 12 alternatives, three were
selected as preferred options for
evaluation in the study based upon
projected ridership, revenue, oper-
ating costs and operating loss.
The preferred options are:
Option 1: Restore triweekly
Sunset Limited service between
Los Angeles and Orlando, includ-
ing Crestview.
Option 2: Extend the daily City
of New Orleans service, which cur-
rently operates between Chicago


and New Orleans, east from New
Orleans to Orlando.
Option 3: Implement daily
stand-alone overnight service be-
tween New Orleans and Orlando.
Each of the three proposed
options would restore service be-
tween New Orleans and Orlando.
This report assumes that all of the
19 stations between New Orleans
and Orlando, including Crestview,
would be served by the restored
service.
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BRAC


impact

Okaloosa Schools
waiting to decide
next project
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The doors have been
opened, the ribbons have
been cut, and the Crestview
community has enjoyed its
first look at the new River-
side Elementary and Shoal
River Middle schools.
Facilities Department
Director Dr. Bill Smith
says the Okaloosa County
School District will wait to
.see the effects of the Base
Realignment and Closure
law (BRAC) before de-
termining the next major
project in north Okaloosa
County.
"We're planned out until
2011, and wefeel like we're
in great shape," Smith said.
"We don't feel like we'll be
booming (population) next
year'or the year after next.
"We feel like we have
plenty of capacity, to deal
with BRAC What we don't
know is how many will set-
tle in north Okaloosa Coun-
ty. We can get a pretty good
calculation, but (the actual
number) is unknown."
Smith noted the explo-
sive growth the north coun-
ty enjoyed for most of this
decade slowed to a crawl
over the last two years.
Two projects on north
county school buildings are
in progress.
Improvements are being
made to the former South-
side Elementary to. pre-
pare the building for pre-
kindergarten and classes
for special needs children.
Troy University also will of-
fer classes in the Southside
building.
Smith said a "major
renovation" is in progress
at Northwood Elementary
to bring part of the former
Richbourg Middle School
into Northwood.
"Those are the two
major projects going on,"
Smith said. "Those are our
plans until we. see what
effect the BRAC changes
have on us."






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Wednesday, July 22, 2009


News BRIEFS


Baby killed
in CR 393 wreck
A 10-week-old baby was
killed in a Sunday morn-
ing wreck on CR-393. The
baby, Trey Moses of DeR-
niak Springs, was airlifted to
Pensacola's Sacred Heart
Hospital but did not survive.
According to a report from
the Florida Highway Patrol,
seat restraints were ,in use
at the time of the accident.
DeFuniak Springs resi-
dent Jason S. Moses, 29, was L
also airlifted with critical in- *S .
juries after losing control of
his Chevrolet four-door in a CR-393 AC
curve just north of O.B. Gat' CR-393.
lin Road.
Jason struck two trees John Sho
with the left side of his vehi- feared seri
cle. When he struck a third The w
tree with the front of the car, investigal
Jason was ejected. He was -Mon
not wearing a seat belt. Fre
Three of the car's pas-
sengers were taken to North Blackmi
Okaloosa Medical Center.
DeFRmiak Springs resident to n
Daniel Moses, 25, who was The
not wearing a seatbelt; District
James King, 28, of Florala, at 8 a.m.
Ala.; and Crestview resident Fire Stat


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
CIDENT: A 10-week-old baby was killed in a Sunday morning wreck on


offner, 36, each suf-
ous injuries.
reck is still under
tion.
na Moore /Florida
edom Newspapers
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ieet Friday
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will meet Friday
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an Okaloosa County press
release. The purpose of
the meeting is to transfer
official business from Oka-
loosa County to the Black-
man Fire District.
Okaloosa County had.
assumed portions of the
district's official business
since the district's board of
commissioners resigned
earlier this year.
Special to the
News Bulletin


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closed the Bear Lake Rec-
reation Area to the public
May 6 after several storms
dumped a massive amount
of water in the area, se-
verely eroding a portion of
the spillway and threaten-
ing the dam's collapse.
The FWC, which man-'
ages the lake for fishing,
bid out the repair project.
The Orange Hill Soil and
Conservation District wa's
the low bidder.
Officials dropped the
lake level 5 feet immedi-
ately after the closure to
protect the dam. The draw-
down gate has been closed
but the FWC urges boaters
in the lake to use caution.
"There are a lot of snags
and stumps near the sur-
face that you can hit right
now," said FWC fisheries
biologist Bob.DeMauro.
He said the lake level
will be brought up 2 feet
initially, depending on rain-
fall, then the remaining
3 feet this fall.
Special to the
News Bulletin

Correction
The first paragraph of a
version of a CrestviewNews
Bulletin article regarding
the May 26 Crestview city
council meeting that was
printed in the Northwest
Florida Daily News incor-
rectly described persons
who expressed concerns
about what they viewed as
excess scrutiny and excess
security at the annual May
Day celebration.
The correct opening
paragraph of that story,
which appeared in the
Crestview News. Bulletin's
May 30 edition, is as fol-
lows:
'A host ofresidents took
the opportunity during
the Crestview city council
meeting Monday to ques-
tion what they described
as "excess scrutiny" and
"excess security" by the
Crestview Police Depart-
ment and law enforcement
in the May'Day celebration
area this past weekend."
- Crestview News Bulletin

Fallen officer memorial
dedication today
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office will dedi-
cate its new Fallen Officer
Memorial today.
The memorial is located
at the front of the Adminis-
tration Building on Second
Avenue. This dedication
takes place on the one-
year anniversary of the
agency's first line-of-duty
death of one of its officers,
Deputy Tony Forgione.
Special to the
News Bulletin


A new fee to fish
Florida's landlubber an-
glers soon must pay for the
privilege of wetting a line.
Come Aug. 1, state
residents who fish from
the shore or from bridges,
docks and piers will be re-
quired to ante up $9 for a
shoreline fishing license,
the Florida Fish and Wild-
life Conservation Commis-
sion has announced.
The Legislature ap-
proved the fee this year. By
implement the fees, Flori-
da avoided being placed on
a "federal angler registra-
tion" list that FWC officials
said would have been more
expensive than the shore-
line licenses.
Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Okaloosa looking
at private e-mail
Okaloosa County Ad-
ministrator Jim Curry does
not want the same type of
sunshine law violation com-
plaints in his county that
Santa Rosa is facing.
Curry had a discussion
about maintaining and pro-
* viding public records cre-
ated on private e-mail ac-
counts added to the agenda
of Tuesday's Okaloosa Coun-
ty Commission meeting.
"I think we need to look
at these things," Curry said.
"That's a developing area
and we need to make sure
we don't have any compli-
ance issues."
Several complaints have
been filed against current
and past Santa Rosa Coun-
ty Commissioners in the
past year alleging numer-
ous violations of Florida's
Government-in-the-Sun-
shine Law. '
Curry said he wants to
talk to the Okaloosa County
Commissioners about de-
veloping a county policy that
would prohibit any county
staff member or commis-
sioner from using a person-
al e-mail address for county
work.,
Dusty Ricketts I Florida
Freedom Newspapers

State jobless rate
worst in 33 years
Florida's seasonally ad-
justed unemployment rate
for June 2009 checked in
Friday at 10.6 percent, the
Sunshine State's worst job-
less figure in more than 33
years.
As released by the state
Agency for Workforce In-
novation, the state rate
represents 970,00,0 job-
less out of a labor force of
9,192,000.,
Thomas Monigan / Flor-
ida Freedom Newspapers


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Brian Hughes telling and book read-
Arts & Entertainment ing, as. the growing
Editor pile of pink construc-
tion paper scraps and
With a few deft excited chatter attest-
snips of his blunt- ed. Crafts and singing
ended scissors, Aaron are also components
Bailey produced a of telling a story, Nit-
passable pair of eyes zel explained.
for the pink piggie The program is
stick puppet he was popular with stay-at-
making. home parents as well
"Aaron Bailey scis- as area day care pro-
sors!" the 4-year-old viders. Near Aaron's
proclaimed, confident- place at the table in
ly wielding both the the library meeting
instrument and the room, Cole Tabb, 3,
second-person as he and Deakon Morgan,
created pig features 2, got a bit of assist-
and a new verb at the ance with their pig
same time. puppets from Angeles
Aaron and his Winesett, a helper at
mom, Donia Bailey, the local Welch Family
were among a batch Daycare center, which
of kids and parents had six kids partici-
attending the July 15 pating.
family Story Time at ThenextStoryTime
the Crestview Public program will be Aug.
Library. 19. Meanwhile, a cou-
"We're making, pig ple dozen Crestview
puppets todaybecause toddlers are busily
we're hamming it up," amusing themselves
explained youth librar- with perky piggie pup-
ian Heather Nitzel. pets on sticks.
The library's week- "It was a fun pro-
ly Story Time includes gram. I had fun, too,"
more than just story Nitzel said.


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
SCISSORING: Aaron Bailey, 4, proudly exhibits his pig stick
puppet as his mother, Donia Bailey, looks on. Aaron
scissoredd" many of the components from construction paper.
-CRAFTY KIDS:
voluCenter Cole'
S.. Tabb, 3,
... and Deakon,
Morgan, 2,
get a bit of
S assistance from
.. Welch Family
..OdomDaycare
40Wvolunteer
Angeles
SWinesett,
center.


MAKING PIGS: Young craftsmen, under the watchful
gaze of their attentive moms and guardians, produce
piggie stick puppets at the Crestview Public Library.


Check it OUT


SJean Lewis
Library Director
Robert Sikes Public Library

CHECK US OUT!
Have you checked
out our Web site lately?,
Take a look and find out
what services we have
to offer. Just go to www.
cityofcrestview.
orgilibrary.htm. Once you
are logged in, you can
check out prograins for
children and adults, or, art
exhibits that might interest
you. You can search our-
catalog for a list of books
on a specific subject orby
a specific author and place
a hold on books that;are
checked out or at another
library. You can use'
electronic databases or
read a few chapters on our
online book club page.
Our public access
computers are available to
all who have a valid library
card from any of the county


libraries. Last computer.
sign-in is 30 minutes prior
to library closing time.
Computers automatically
shut down 10 minutes prior
to library closing time. We
offer one-on-one computer,
training by appointment.
If you want to learn how:
to open an e-mail account,
send a reply to an e-mail or
how to browse the Internet
just give us a call and set
up an appointment with,
one of our volunteers. Did
you know you can pay
your bills, or do banking or
shopping online?
We offer copy service
for 15 cents a copy You can.
also make two-sided copies
or enlarge or downsize
the material you want to
copy. We have a very nice.
selection of magazines
you can read in the library.
(These items cannot be
checked out). Back issues
are available by just asking
at-the front desk.
You really should come


in and discover all we have
to offer.

PROGRAMS
Friday at 4p.m.join
us for Nintendo Wii. Ages
12-18 are welcome. Parents
and family members are
welcome to hang out and
use the library, but the
Wii activities will only be
available to teens.,
Summer Reading
Challenge reading logs
must be signed by a parent
or guardian and turned in
by close of business today.
Remember to pick up your
funny money at the finale
on July 28, and you can
start spending it in our
Funny Money Store.
Author and engineer
Ken Bllackburn will .
present "Aerodynamics
for Dummies: Folding &
Flying Paper Airplanes".
for the First Tuesday
Lecture 'ai 10:30 a.m.
Aug. 4. Ken is a Guinness


world record holder for
paper airplane time aloft
(27.60 seconds). He will
demonstrate and instruct
the audience on the proper
folding and flying of paper
airplanes. Join us for a
fun morning of folding and
flying paper airplanes.

STAFF PICKS
"Shanghai Girls" by
Lisa See. "Shanghai Girls"
opens in 1937 Shanghai,
then shifts, to the United,
States, where See.focuses
on the poverty and
prejudice experienced by
Chinese-Americans during
the 1930s to the 1950s.
Pearl and May Chin,
21 and 18 years old, are.
working as models in
Shanghai when their lives
are dramatically uprooted:
their father's gambling,
Sdebts have forced him to
sell them into marriage
to Chinese-American
husbands. Once they were


married they were given
passage to the U.S., but
the girls decided not to
go. Unfortunately, the war
begins and they are forced
to flee to the United States
only to land at Angel Island
("the Ellis Island of the
West"), where they were
interrogated for months.
Pearl realizes they are
hopelessly stranded and
'they must contact their
husbands and join them in
Los Angeles.'
This novel depicts the
history of this family as
well as many Chinese
who lived during this time
where they constantly
had to prove they were
American-Chiqese and not
conununist. A very thought
provoking book that keeps
your interest until the end.

SJUSTASK
Any questions? Just ask
any staff member, Jean,
Sandra, Heather, Anna,


Marie, Sengdara, Tracey,
Janice, Audrey, Sharon.
We are happy to welcome
our new employee, Mike
DeMoulin. Mike has just
recently retired from the
Air Force where his last
assignment was at Keesler
Air Force Base, Miss. Next
time you're in the library
say hello to Mike.

CONTACT US
On the Web: www.city
ofcrestview.org/library.htm
Phone: 682-4432
Address: 1445
Commerce Drive,
Crestview, FL 32536
(Behind the Crestview
Post Office)

QUOTE
"What is more
important in a library
than anything else.- than
everything else is
the fact that it exists."
- Archibald MacLeish


Turtles' story full of


interesting details


Brooke Saari
Okaloosa County Extension

Turtles are one of the
oldest reptiles in Florida
and have changed very
little throughout history.
They are typically recog-
nized by the presence of
shells and can be terrestri-
al, marine, or freshwater.
In the United States .and
Britain, terrestrial forms
are referred to as "tortoig~-
es" and the aquatic forms
as "turtles."
In Florida there are 25
species of turtles. They. oc-
cur on every continent ex-`
cept Antarctica. Florida's
only true tortoise is the,go-
pher tortoise. This species
digs long' burrows around
upland pine/oak/scrub ar-
eas. These burrows pro-
vide habitat for manyy oth-
er types of animals, which
is why this tortoise is con-
sidered a keystone species
and is protected by law.
Some of the freshwater,
turtles include the snap-
ping turtle, basking and
box turtles, mud and musk
turtles, and the softshell
turtle. The marine turtle
species are called sea tur-
tles and are identified by
their shells and modified
limbs, which are non-re-
tractable flippers. The sea
turtles spend their entire
lives at sea except for
nesting season, when the
females return for a short
period of time to lay eggs.
During sea turtle nest-


W Ii I.NIVEsRiTi of
UF FLORIDA
11FAS Extension

ing season, April through
October, it is important to
keep area beaches turtle
friendly. This includes
keeping lights off or using
low wavelengths so the
turtle does not become
disoriented, keeping your
distance if you encounter
a sea turtle, and keeping
beaches clear of holes and
leftover recreation equip-
ment.
The hatchlings rawl to
the water on their own and
can be disoriented by arti-
ficial lights as well. Hatch-
lings will imprint on their
:beach of birth and return
in 20-30 years to lay their
eggs.
Sea turtles make up
two of the. seven families
of turtles in Florida. Each
species of turtle has a spe-
cific habitat andadaptation
allowing for their survival.
As one of our oldest crea-
tures, these reptiles have
great stories to tell.
Brooke Saari is the Sea
Grant Marine Science
and Natural Resources
agent for the University
of Florida IFAS Okaloosa
County Extension. For
more information on ma-
rine science and natural
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BULLS from page Al


Moore elected to join the
famous San Fermin Fiestas and
run with the large crowd in this
daring and often frightening
event in northern Spain. He ran
in the races on July 11 and 12.
The "Los San Fermines"
fiestas, held since 1591, attract
tens of thousands of foreign
visitors each year for nine days
of revelry, morning bull runs
and afternoon bullfights.


The bull-run course is a
half-mile from the pens to the
ring. The races last slightly
more than two minutes. Six
bulls, with six accompanying
steers, run through the city's
cobblestone streets, joined by a
throng of hearty souls dressed
in white with red bandanas.
The race proceeds unless an
animal gets separated or if the
bulls circle. Then the animals,


weighing about 1,300 pounds
apiece, become aggressive.
On July 11, Moore found
himself within a few feet of
a bull as it abruptly changed
course.
Moore said that at that point
the race became "intimidating
and slightly bloodcurdling."
Several individuals were
injured during the races.
According to the Associated


Press, a 27-year-old Spanish
man was killed by a bull named
Capuchino the first fatality at
the Pamplona event since 1994.
. Moore arrived at the end of
the races unscarred.
. Ernest Hemingway's "The
Sun Also Rises" and "Death
in the Afternoon" made the
annual event famous. The
festival is highlighted by large
puppets and brass bands


marching through the streets.
Large crowds come from
various cities to join in the
festivities.
Moore is a senior at
Florida State University. He is
attending college this summer
in Valencia, Spain,
Would you run with
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AMTRAK from page Al


Projected capital and
mobilization costs for
restored service are
$32.7 million for Option
1 (triweekly Sunset Lim-
ited) and $57.6 million to
$96.6 million for both Op-
tion 2 (daily City of New
Orleans extension) and
Option 3 (daily stand-alone
train).
Crestview Mayor David
Cadle said at the most re-
cent city council meeting
that he prefers Option 3.
The Crestview City Coun-
cil has authorized Cadle to


express that preference to
Amtrak officials and other
officials in the area.
Restoration of passen-
ger rail service between
New Orleans and Orlando
would also produce mobil-
ity benefits by creating a
direct link between Flor-
ida, the Gulf Coast Re-
gion, and the Central and
Western United States,
according to the report.
Communities along the.
Gulf Coast, many of which
have limited or no inter-
city public transportation


service and continue to be
affected by the devasta-
tion of Hurricane Katrina,
would regain a passenger
rail option.
Option 1, which gener-
ates the highest number of
additional passenger miles
per train mile, might pro-
duce some energy savings
because of a diversion of
trips that would otherwise
be taken'by less energy-
efficient automobiles and
airplanes. Options 2 and
3 are not likely to produce
measurable environmen-


tal, energy or congestion
relief benefits because
they generate relatively
few additional passenger
miles per train mile oper-
ated, and the distance by
rail between many city
pairs they would serve is
considerably longer than
the distance by air or high-
way.
Implementation of Op-
tion 1 (restoration of tri-'
weekly 'Sunset Limited)
would require a minimum
of 20 months' lead time
from the date funding is


made available. This is
due to the time required
to hire, train and qualify
locomotive engineers,
and bring stations into to
a state of good repair and
make them ADA-compli-
ant.
This plan identifies the
most viable options for re-
storing intercity passen-
ger rail service between
New Orleans and Orlan-
do. Amtrak recommends
that federal and state
policymakers determine
whether passenger rail


service should be restored
between New Orleans and
Orlando, and if so:
1. Identify the preferred
option for service restora-
tion; and
2. Provide the addition-
al funding for capital and
ongoing operating costs
that will be required to
implement that option.
Once these actions are
taken, Amtrak will move
quickly to initiate the steps
required for service resto-
ration, if such an option is
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5/25: TERRON MYKEL
JAMES, 19, of 214 Ken-
nedy Drive, Crestview, was
charged with disorderly
conduct and resisting an of-
ficer without violence.
5/26: MATTHEW AL-
LEN BRADSHAW, 22, of 127
Sikes Drive, Crestview, was
charged withpossession of a
controlled substance. JO-
SEPH HERMAN BAKER,
54, of 1108B. Norman St., Al-
exandria, La., was charged
with driving under the influ-
ence without property dam-
age,.based on an Escambia
County warrant.
6/1: PAMELA NICHOLE
FLOWERS, 24, of 100 Vir-
ginia St., Enterprise, Ala.,
was charged with battery
- touch or strike (domestic
violence).
6/4; JAMES MICHAEL
HALL, 24,. of 6044 Raines
Road, Florala, Ala., was
charged with refusal to sub-
mit to a lawful breath, blood-
or urine test. ,
6/6: LATONYA JANEL
LEE, 32, of 107 Randolph
Court, Crestview, was
charged based on warrants
for failure to appear and two
counts of worthless check
6/7: GARCIA PEREZ
CRESCENCIO, 27, of 12096B
Couch Plant Road, Summer-
dale, Ala., was charged with
driving under the influence.
* JOHNWILLIAMHYAETT
JR., 56, of 6360 U.S. Highway
393, Crestview, was charged
with three counts of worth-
less check.
6/8: CECILEY CLEV-
ETTE AUSTIN, 27, of 109
Grimes Ave., Crestview, was
charged with failure to ap-
pear on original charges of
jury trial/disorderly intoxi-
cation in a public place.
BRADLEY WALLACE
HIMES, 43, of 5301 Hare
ST., Lot 21, Crestview, was
charged with assault (do-
mestic violence). ELY
PIERCE WHITE, 21, OF 553
Pearl Adams Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with vio-
lation of probation on origi-
nal charges of driving under
the influence and driving
while license suspended or
revoked.
6/9: SUSAN MARIE
SLINGERLAND, 40, of 4240
Edge Perry Road, Crest-
view, was charged with bat-
tery/domestic violence.
6/10: HEATHER MARIE
KNABLE, 25, of 107 Mer-
cie Lane, Crestview, was
charged with welfare fraud.
BERNADINE HILLIARD
LATHAN, 54, was charged
with five counts of worthless
checks. IZELL REAL
EALY 19, of 525 Hill Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
violation of probation on an
original charge of posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
6/12: JUSTIN J. COX,
21, of 6182 Johnson Lane,
Crestview, was issued a no-
tice to appear on a charge
of possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana.
6/16: DANNY DUNCAN,


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50, of 5556 Hinote Road,
Mossy Head, was charged
with failure to" appear based
on an Escambia County
warrant.
6/17: TONY TATUM, 18,
of 414 Cooper St., Crestview,
was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine and posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
6/18: ZACKERY 0. CAL-
LOWAY, 19, of 3738 New Eb-
enezer Road, Laurel Hill,
was charged with unarmed
burglary to a structure
without a person inside,
criminal mischief totaling
more than $200 and less
than $1,00(, and trespass-
ing with notice on property
not a structure br a convey-
ance. MICHELLE LOU-
ISE STANLEY, 38, of 301 E.
Edney Ave., Crestview, was
charged with possession of
narcotic equipment.
6/19: AUTUMN MARIE
CARNEY, 20, of 101C Brent-
-wood Lane, Crestview, was
charged with child neglect
and possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana. *
CHRISTOPHER EDWARD
BANNON, 21, of 101C Brent-
wood Lane, was charged
with child neglect, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams
of marijuana, possession of
drug paraphernalia, resist-
ing arrest without violence
and tampering/destruction
of evidence.
6/20: C'ERA LAJOYCE
LANGFORD, 19, and WIL-
LIAM MICHAEL GILLEY,
20, both of 5524 Aurora
Drive, Apt. B, Crestview,
were each charged with two
counts of child neglect.
6/23: TIFFANYR. QUAR-
RIER, 21, of 252 N. E. Ave.,
Crestview, was' charged
with battery domestic vi-
olence. TRENT NATHAN
MCKINNEY, 26, of 531 U.S.
Highway 4, Baker, was
charged with forgery at-
tempt to obtain a controlled
substance.
6/25:. GERALD W
THOMPSON, 42, of 5081
Hibiscus Ave., Crestview,
was charged with battery
on a law enforcement offi-
cer, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana, and
possession of parapherna-
lia.

Okaloosa Sheriff's
Office reports
6/4: JAMES MICHAEL
HALL, 24, of 6044 Raines
Road, Florala, Ala., was
charged with refusal to sub-
mit to a lawful breath, blood
or urine test.
6/6: LATONYA JANEL
LEE, 32, of 107 Randolph
Court, Crestview, was
charged based on warrants
for failure to appear and two
counts of worthless check.
6/7: GARCIA PEREZ
CRESCENCIO, 27, of 12096B
Couch Plant Road, Summer-
dale, Ala., was charged with
driving under the influence.
JOHNWILLIAMHYAETT
JR., 56, of 6360 U.S. Highway
393, Crestview, was charged
with three counts of worth-
less check.


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been selected as Area 18
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International. Morrow's
responsibilities include
ensuring every club in
Area 18 is a quality club
and that every member
has the opportunity to
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and leadership skills. The following clubsare in
Area 18: Crestview, Lake DeFuniak, Emerald
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Hall named Resident

of the Month at PHC.
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pleased to announce that Clara Hall was
selected Resident of the Month for June.
IClara was born in Seawright, Ala., on
Dec. 26, 1924. She was married to the late
Ottis Hall, with whom she had one son.
Ms. Clara enjoys attending church ser-
vices, playing bingo and socializing with
the residents and staff. She is also the
past president of the Residents Council.
Clara is a joy to all the staff at Parthe-
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A6 I Cresiview News Bulletin Arts & Entertaimnent


Locals help tame a


'Beast'


Lavish NWFSC musical features north county talent


'BEAUTY AND
THE BEAST'
Opens tonight, runs
through July 25
Presented by the
Humanities, Fine &
Performing Arts Division
of Northwest Florida State
.g College at 7:30 p.m.
nightly on the Mattie Kelly
Arts Center Main Stage.
Tickets are $20 for
adults and $15 for youth
age 18 and under, and are
available at the Mattie Kelly
Arts Center Box Office in
person, by phone at 729-
6000 or online at www.
mattiekellyartscenter.org.
PHOTOS BY BRIAN HUGHES I CretviewNewsaBulletin
BELLE:The villagers of a small French country town, some portrayed by north county actors, greet one another
and Belle, the village bookworm, iri this opening number from "Beauty and the Beast."


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Review by Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
When the Northwest
Florida State College
Humanities, Fine and
Performing Arts division
decided to tackle the
larger-than-life Disney
musical "Beauty and
the Beast," they knew
they were getting into
something huge.
So it's a masterful
piece of understatement
when Holt actress Darla
Briganti describes
the fabulously lavish
production as "a fun little
show."
Forty-four actors,
20 crew members,
nine musicians and an
orchestra conductor each
play an integral role in
pulling off a spectacle of
soaring music and dazzling
visuals.
"A lot effort went into
this show," said director
Dr. Cliff Herron. "We really
enjoyed doing it."
Audiences at preview
performances really
enjoyed it, too. We could
tell the cast and crew
were having fun, which in
turn heightened our own
enjoyment of what Disney
marketed as "my first
Broadway show."
"It's a really good
group," Briganti agreed.
"This is the third show I've
done there' (at NWFSC).
We've got a great mixture
this time. They really did a
great job in casting.
"The tech crew, too:
It's not just what you see.
on the stage. The real
show, I tell my family,
is backstage. When you
see all that's going on
backstage to make the
magic go on onstage, it's
really incredible."
Putting its resources
into a superior production,
NWFSC hired ZFX Flying
Effects, which is rapidly
rivalling famed flyers
Flying by Foy in getting
performers off the stage
and into the air. Yet the
production wisely uses the
flying effects sparingly,
augmenting rather than

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distracting from the
scenes in which they're
employed.
The perfect cast is led
by Brittany Hammock
as Belle and Dr. Jeremy
Ribando as the Beast.
Briganti plays
Madame de la Grande
Bouche (literally: "Mrs.
Big Mouth"), a vain and
pompous diva caught,
as were others in the
household, in the spell an
enchantress casts over the
Beast's castle. Her vanity
is punished: She is slowly
turning into ... a vanity.
"I didn't get to fly but
I did request a crane to
get me into my costume,"
Briganti laughed. "But it's
worth it. I have a whole
new perspective for when
you go to the Disney parks.
You get a whole a new
respect for the people who
do this every day in those
costumes."
Her character also
gets a wonderful bit of
ad libbing. During the
climactic fight in the
castle she faces off with an
equally vociferous village
woman, played by Laura
Hernandez, in a battle of
the lungs, as it were. It's a
great moment that stops
the show.
In "Beauty and the
Beast," Briganti has the
pleasure of performing
with some of the acting
students she coaches as an
instructor at NWFSC and
Oz Theatre.
"For me, to see some
of my former and current
students up there on the
stage, that's a blast,"
she said. "They're my
students. For me it's fun
to be in the creative mode
with them instead of the
coach. That's fun."
Among the cast were
several Crestview area
students, some of whom,
including George Frye,
Zach Hillard and Jesse
Hinton, have been seen
in shows produced by the
Crestview High School
drama department.
"I saw them in
'Footloose,' which they
did at Crestview High,"
Briganti said. "They're
good kids.
"I'm really glad to see
some of the Crestview
folks traveling down to
Niceville," she continued.
"The opportunities that
the college offers to these
kids the acting, the
dance, the music it
really is wonderful to have
that here.
"Theatre is something
they're really interested in.
It's another venue to hone
their skills," Briganti said.
Despite a cast of nearly
four dozen, the actors
quickly grew into a big,
happy family.
"It's a very friendly
cast. Everyone gets
along," Briganti said.
"It's a nice atmosphere.
This has been a great
experience. People get

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009


Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


BEAST from page A6


very close."
"Beauty and the Beast" fills
the Mattie Kelly Performing Arts
Center with treats for the ear as
well as the eye. Under the able
baton of music director Carolyn
Schlatter, a surprising --yet
pleasing volume of sound was
produced by a relatively modest
nine-piece orchestra.
Hummable, tappable tunes
included favorites from the
original animated film, such as
"Gaston," "Be Our Guest" and
the title, "Beauty and the Beast."
Among new numbers added for
the Broadway production was the
Beast's plaintive "If I Can't Love
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Arts & Ente~rtainment


Wednesday, July 22, 2009


SELF PORTRAITS: Self portraiture in the cubist style using a variety of two-dimensional media are exhibited by, from left, Autumn Dubos, 6, Logan Thursby, 6, and
Mariah Sheets, 10. "I just cut off his head and used it," said. Logan, explaining why Porky Pig is included in his portrait. "We had to use different materials."



Crestview Art Campers get creative


Brian Hughes During the, week, they
Arts & Entertainment Editor learned, a. bit about art his-
tory and how to express them-
There's so much to do. in selves in both two and three
the world of art that a week at, dimensions. Projects included
Crestview's summer Art Camp scratchboard, self-portraits,
just flies right .by. It. seems pipe cleaner .sculptures and
you've hardly twisted your col- book illustration.
ored pipe cleaners into a fan- After studying cubism, for
tastic sculpture when it'stime example, kids had to make self-
to pack-up your projects and portraits using a variety of two-
head home. dimensional media. Their liter-
This year, Art Camp, under ary as well as illustrative artis-
the direction of Crestview High tic skills were exercised when
School art instructors Laurel they had to write short fairy
Siwicki and Lori Phillips, boast- tales and then illustrate them.
ed its highest enrollment ever. Art 'Camp was held every
Thirty-nine kids, ranging morning for four hours last
from kindergartners to sev- week. Assisting Siwicki and
enth-graders, packed.the large Phillips was; a squadron of
art room at the end of CHS's CHS alumni and rising senior
main hallway for a week of pur- volunteers, all of whom have
suing their creative muses. been students of the school's,


art program.
"I just screamed out, 'Help! I
can't do this without you guys!'"
Siwicki said, describing her re-
cruitment technique.
The camp culminated Friday
morning with a "mini art show,"
at which the kids displayed a
week's worth of creations to
proud moms and dads.
After it was over, the bud-
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up their works and, filled with
artistic enthusiasm, headed
home, many to continue creat-
ing art during the rest of the
summer vacation.
Siwicki and Phillips know
they haven't seen the last of
many of their campers. In any-
where from" two to nine years,
they'll be back in the art room
as high school art students.


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Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin [ A9


E.J. Nieves: His canvas is his journal


Local artist exhibits 'color graphs' at library


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Take the randomness
of disparate imagery and
words, add the thoughts
coursing through the
artist's head at that
moment, mix them together
on a plank painted white,
and you have an idea of the
exciting new installation
at the Crestview Public
Library.
"It's really very
interesting," enthused
reference librarian Sandra
Dreaden.
Called color graphs,
the more than three-dozen
pieces are part of a 48-piece
work by Crestview resident
-Eliezer "E.J." Nieves
"For me, it was all about
t~olor, but it actually turned
into something else,"
Nieves said.
"I called it a practice
of random activity. What
I mean was, I would go
through newspapers and
put pictures and words
together that to me kinda
made sense.,
'"It was a practice of
letting my mind wander,"
JVieves continued. "I didn't
take too much time because
I wanted the random nature
to take over. I wanted it to
be random and thoughtful.
It's like journal entries on
the piece. It's what I'm
thinking about at the time."
E.J. works in other
materials in addition to
mixed media on wood.
His paintings also serve
as a place to record his
thoughts.
"What I did when I paint"
is that I let the canvas be.
a journal," the 25-year-old
'artist said. "My handwriting
,is graffiti-esque but i try to
make it legible.
"I've been doing it since
2003 because I want to get
'the viewer to know a little
more about me by seeing
some of my thoughts," E.J.
continued. "It's always
,current. It's always what.I
was thinking about at that
moment in timewhen I was
creating the piece."
One of Nieves' biggest
fans is his mother,
Elizabeth Rivera, a Spanish
,teacher at Crestview High
School.
"He is always busy
with painting. He loves to


do that," Rivera said. "He
paints in his spare time.
I'm very proud of him. He's
always been busy."
E.J., who graduated in
2007 from the University of
Central Florida in Orlando
with a degree in graphic
design, also explores the
performing arts.
"When I was going to
school I was real heavy into
music," he said. A gospel
artist, rapper and singer,
he released a seven-track
CD in 2006 called "Eclectic
Investment."
"I did it as a serious
hobby," Nieves said. "I
seriously dabble in music."
While preparing his
color graphs for exhibit
at the library, Nieves was
saddened by the death
of pop superstar Michael
Jackson, whose talent,
artistry and music he
greatly admired.
"I wanted to
commemorate him and let
the viewer see some of my
thoughts and my passion
for Michael Jackson," E.J.
said. A centerpiece of the
exhibit is a series of color
graphs dedicated to the
King of Pop.
Helping students
have some of the same
opportunities for artistic
expression Nieves enjoys is
a high priority for the young
artist.
"I have a deep concern
for the arts in school,"
Nieves said. "One of my
biggest things in life I want
to pursue is to help the arts
in schools."
He has a dream to
establish a community-
based arts organization he
will call Keeping Arts Alive.
"It will ultimately be
about helping school art
programs, especially in
local budget cuts," Nieves
said. "I'm really passionate
about children in the arts."
Nieves feels the exhibit
at the Crestview Public
Library and murals
he is creating in Edge
Elementary School's
famous tunnel are the
beginnings of an exciting
phase in his artistic career.
"I see this as a blessing.,
I want to make a name
formyself in the arts," he
said. "I thank God for the
opportunities I have been
receiving. I'm loving it."


COLOR GRAPHS:More than three dozen "color graphs" by Crestview artist
E.J. Nieves will be on exhibit in the lobby of the Crestview Public Library
through the beginning of August.


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Al0 1 Crestview News Bulletin


Opinion


Wednesday, July 22,2009


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

Topic: Crestview city council discussed budget
for 2009-10 fiscal year, including a talk about an
"essentially promised" raise for city employees.
Unemployment is at a 25-year high and (council
president Bob) Allen and (CPD Chief Brian) Mitchell are
concerned about raises? How about telling employees
you're lucky to have a job, and maybe next year we can
take another look

Maybe because the people are paid so low, for so long
and it's needed. You (people) always complaining about
poor service in the Hub City; it is because of people finding
pay at other places.

First a promise should never be made that you might .
not be able to keep, but if you made a promise you better
keep it. They do deserve a raise, and I hope the millage can
be reduced that benefits all.

Topic: Crestview city council approves letter to CoL
Bruce McClintock, commander of the 96th. Air Base
Wingat Eglin, that could serve as the first step toward
an eventual west side alternate route into and around
the city.
Kyle (Wright, News Bulletin Editor who attended the
meeting), I'hope you include the entire discussion on the
letter at the council. Unbelievable that (council member
Linda) Parker wanted her name solely on the letter (as
the point of contact). How trivial. I believe if you research'
you will find out that there were at least three possible
locations to bed down the 7th Special Forces. These talks
with Eglin could have continued three years ago if pursued
by.Crestview. Still have to get county and state involved, as
stated at the meeting, but I guess it's a start again. Kyle
I hopeyou report the facts and not just your opinion of the
discussion on the letter

Sounds like the beginning of the end of a viable
commercial downtown business district for Crestview.
Anyone ever shopped in downtown Opp? I didn't think so..
But gee, they have a swell bypass.
-.
After reading all the feedback provided, I think
everyone is getting wrapped up in all the wrong details.
Point is, the alternate route is needed and long overdue, no
matter who gets the credit or where the route is through.
Instead of badgering the city council members, residents
should provide suggestions to help solve the problem.

Agreed. Not sure there is a better solution than what is
presented. Only thing is maybe running it straight to State
Road 4 instead of by Antioch school. But to be honest I'm
not sure. Hope to see you at the next meeting. We need
more citizens to show up.

Topic: High-speed chase passes through Crestview
I saw the excitement pass through and wondered what
it was. Good job, CPD, both in getting folks out of the way
and keeping that nitwit out of our neighborhoods and on
his way.

Traffic stops are never routine (an early version of the
article mentioned the chase began after a "routine" traffic
stop). Get it right media.

So will they give this (suspect) any pants in Walton Jail?
(The suspect was not wearing pants during the chase)

Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts
on any north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@
crestviewbulletin.com,.or post your thoughts at www. "
crestviewbulletin.com, or visit our new message board at
http://forums.crestviewbulletin.com.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"I know humility as an actor, as I believe
any talent I have, any gift I possess, is
merely loaned to me by a greater being."

SIR ROGER MOORE
(1927-)
English film and television actor and UNICEF spokesman


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PASSING SHOTS


Budgets shrink, but what about your tax burden?


The budget process for the 2009-
10 fiscal year kicked into full swing
this month with local government
budget hearings.
Budgets will get smaller, but will
your tax burden get lower?
Here's a glance at how the
millage rate might be affected
in local government entities of
interest.

City of Crestview
Millage rate in 2008-09:5.8466
mils
Should it go lower?: It's worth
noting city Finance Director Patti
Beebe asked the council to set a
tentative rate still at 5.8466 mils.
There must have been a good reason.
One would assume Beebe would love
to be known as The Finance Director
Who Suggested.Lowering the Millage
Rate if it was a feasible option.
Will it go lower?: Two council
members (Chip Wells and Bob Allen)
made it very publicly clear that they
hope the village rate can be lowered.
If it stays the same, it'llfbe by a 3-2
vote.

City of Laurel Hill
Millage rate in 2008-09:4.84 mils
Should it go lower?: Most of
the key players at Laurel Hill have
indicated they think the millage
rate can be reduced without much
trouble.
Will it go lower?: Most of the
key players at Laurel Hill seem to


support the idea, and
there's no reason to
think the city council
won't agree.


I Okaloosa County
S Millage rate in
KYLE WRIGHT 2008-09:3.2995 mils
850-682-6524 Should it go
lower?: It definitely
shouldn't go higher. The county
already faces a budget reduction of
well about $42 million, but shouldn't
try to recoup funds through a millage
increase.
If you're wondering, the millage
rate whether higher, lower or the
same shouldn't have an impact on
county road work (or lack thereof)
in the north county. Funding for the
roads department comes from gas
taxes.
If the main thing you want from
county government is better roads,
you can afford to be in favor of a
millage decrease (but you might
want to support a higher gas tax).
If you are concerned about other
services, you might not want the
millage rate to go down.
Will it go lower?: Looks like it
will stay the same. The 2010 budget
overview on the Okaloosa County
Web site projects a millage rate of
3.2995 mils.
Kyle Wright is the News Bulletin
Editor Contact him at 682-6524, or
e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletin.
com. Visit the "Passing Shots" blog
at www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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I just received the July
1 Crestview News Bulletin
at the end of last week I
enjoyed (Brian Hughes')
column about the local
restaurants. However,
you failed to mention my
'favorite local restaurant.
The best restaurant
that has ever existed was
the New Central Caf in
Crestview, better known
as "Buck's" after its owner
James Vernon "Buck"
Talbot. It was located
on the west side of Main
Street directly across
Railroad Avenue from the
train station. The menu
was standard American
fare, steaks, chicken, and
hamburgers. It was nothing
fancy; just good food.
Buck's had several
booths along one wall and
metal tables with laminate
tops. In the back of the
dining room there was
a large stainless steel
refrigerator, atop which
sat a television set that
was always on. In front
of the refrigerator was a
communal table where all
of the businessmen in town
and others who were alone
at mealtime would eat
together. It was known as
the liars' table.
One day at lunchtime
when I happened to be
at the family-owned
Crestview Cleaners, Daddy
and I ate at Buck's, and we
sat at the liars' table. While


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview
News Bulletin
A FAVORITE EATERY: This
Main Street building
formerly housed the
New Central Caf6,
better known to locals
as "Buck's." It was
renowned for its steaks,
congenial, informal,
atmosphere;, and its
famed "liars' table."

we were eating a man at
the table had his false eye
pop out of its socket.
Buck's had the best
steaks and hamburgers
that I have ever eaten in
. a restaurant and possibly
.anywhere. Friday was
our family's usual night to,
eat at Buck's.. We would
meet Daddy down at the
Crestview Cleaners when.,
he closed up and we would
walk across Main Street
to Buck's. Magnolia, the
waitress, would come over
to the table when we got


seated and ask, "What for
you?" Her real name was
Marcelle, but Buck called
her Magnolia.
Mama and Daddy would
always order steaks. My
brother Leon and I would
each get a hamburger and
French fries. Our sister
Tracy would just order a
plate of French fries. Buck
was always concerned
that she wasn't getting
enough to eat, and he
always remembered Tracy
ordering just French fries.
The last time Mama saw
Buck before he died, long
after he had closed the
restaurant, he asked her if
her daughter was still just
eating French fries.
The steaks would come
. with a tossed salad, which
was served first. Along with
the salad would be some
crackers and a pat of butter.
We three children would
eat crackers and butter
while Mama and Daddy ate
their salads.
Buck loved to fish in his
spare time. He would serve
the fish he caught to his
regular customers. When
I Mama and Daddy had
started eating their steaks,
Magnolia would bring out
a plate of fried bream, turn
the napkin holder on its
side and set the plate of fish
down on it in the center of
thetable.
Originally there was
. a lunch counter with


stools along the back half
of the south wall of the
restaurant. When Daddy
would go up to pay for
our meal the three of us
children would all climb up
on an available stool and
spin around until Daddy
.finished paying and it was
time to go. Beside the
door there was a gumball
machine. We would each
get a gumball on the way
out.
Later Buck replaced
the lunch counter with a
buffet line. He served an
all-you-can-eat buffet. Once
this very large man came
in and ordered the buffet.
He piled his plate high, ate
it, and came back for more,
Again and again he kept
coming backfor more.
Finally, when he
reached for another piece
of fried chicken, Buck
stopped him and said,
"That's all for you."
"But your sign says 'all-
you-can-eat,"' replied the
man.,
"That is all you can eat!"
retorted Buck.

Mark C. Curenton, the
second son of Leon Sr
and Bertie Ann Curenton,
was born and raised in
Crestview. He is currently
assistant county planner
for Franklin County and
lives in Apalachicola,
where he receives the
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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

RESUME TIPS:

recruiter Tim



Crestview '
Area
Chamber of
Commerce
PILOT
committee
this past
Thursday.
KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin


Corporate recruiter: Make


your job experience count


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
It doesn't matter where you
worked or how long you worked.
What matters is what you did
while you worked.
That's the message Tim Sta-
pleton imparted to area young
professionals this past Thurs-
day during the Crestview Area
Chamber of Commerce PILOT
(Professional Inspired Leaders
of Tomorrow) meeting.
Stapleton is a corporate re-
cruiter at Emerald Coast Ex-
ecutive Solutions Inc. He sees
about 1,000 resumes a month
in his job. He offered committee
members tips for making their
resumes shine.
"The biggest mistake people
make: It doesn't matter where
you worked. It's what you did,"
Stapleton said. "It's not where
you worked or the group you
were involved with. It's what


you did. It's not enough to be-
long to the chamber. What
did you do while you were
there."
He said prospective job seek-
ers should load their resumes
with specifics. Use exact nunm-
bers and percentages when
possible. Be able to explain why
you received certain honors or
awards.
"People remember numbers
and percentages," Stapleton
said. "It is important to be con-
cise."
He said the ideal job will give
a person the opportunity to opti-
mize his or her abilities for a fair
day's pay.
"You are going to do more at
work than anything else in your
life, so you might as well like
what you're doing," he said.
The PILOT committee meets
at noon on the third Thursday of
the month. Contact the cham-
ber at 682-3212 for details.


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Crestview News Bulletin I Al 1


Community Corner I INDEPENDENT INVESTOR


Re-emergence of emerging markets?


By Paul E. Lowrey
Special to the News Bulletin
While the major equity index-
es in the United States still are
struggling to regain their balance,
global stock markets particu-
larly those in emerging markets
- have been having a good year.
The rapid development of emerg-
ing market economies, both in
size and activities, is one of the
most compelling stories in recent
financial market history. These
relatively untapped markets offer
potentially high long-term invest-'
ment returns.

Characteristics
of emerging markets
Emerging markets are those
of. lesser-developed countries,
which are .beginning to experi-
ence rapid economic growth
.and liberalization. Examples of
emerging market countries in-
clude China, India -and Mexico.
Generally, these countries are
defined by a growing population,
which is experiencing a substan-
tial increase in living standards
and income, rapid economic
growth and a relatively stable
currency.

Asia: Profile of
an emerging market
A major'collapse in emerging
markets began with Asia in July
1997, when the Thai government
was forced to dramatically de-
value its currency, the baht. The
result ricocheted throughout


Asia as currencies in the Philip-
pines, Malaysia and Indonesia
came under attack from specula-
tors. Meanwhile, financial panic
infiltrated emerging markets
throughout the world, from Latin
America to Russia, as financial
difficulties surfaced in those na-
tions as well. Despite rescue
measures directed at Thailand
by the IMF, and promises of dra-
matic economic reform from
Indonesia's government, inves-
tor confidence failed to return
to most emerging markets until
1999, when signs of economic re-
covery began to appear.
After the Asian crisis, many
investors began to realize there's
no "free lunch" on Wall Street -
the high return of emerging mar-
kets investing comes with high
risk, and many factors can trig-
ger trouble. It is especially im-
portant to note that the fortunes
of one nation can increasingly
affect those of another, as trading
ties become tighter between na-
tions. As one nation devalues its
currency, others may be forced
to do so in order to keep their
exports competitive, as some na-
tions did when Thailand devalued
the baht.
Some might ask, with such
high risk potential, why invest in
emerging markets at all? The an-
swer is outsized growth potential.
The estimated average growth in
the Gross Domestic Product of
developing economies was 6.05
percent in 2008 versus a 0.47 per-
cent growth rate for developed
economies. Consider also that
emerging stock markets alone


represent only 8.6 percent of the
capitalization of the world's eq-
uity markets.
Along with high potential re-
turns, emerging markets also of-
fer potential diversification ben-
efits. Because these markets may
not move in tandem with those of
developed countries, they may be
rising while other markets are fall-
ing. Hence, they may help reduce
the overall risk of a portfolio.
Based on these factors, long-
term investors specifically
those with an investment time
frame of at least 10 years might
want to consider allocating a
small percentage of their overall
stock portfolio to emerging mar-
kets, depending on their invest-
ment goals and tolerance for risk.
This article was prepared by
Standard & Poor's and is not in-
tended to provide specific invest-
ment advice or recommenda-
tions for any individual. Consult
your financial advisor or me if
you have any questions. Cour-
tesy of Paul E. Lowrey, AAMS, at
LPL Financial, 492 Texas Park-
way, Crestview, FL 32536, 850-
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Wednesday, July 22, 2009 '


Participation at job fair more than doubles


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


They came attired in everything from
shorts and flip-flops to jackets and ties,
and from as far away as Pensacola, Pan-
ama City and Montgomery, Ala.
All had either of two goals: a career
change or employment of any sort,
Attendees at the July 15 North Oka-
loosa Career and Job Fair, held At the
Crestview Community Center, repre-
sented a cross segment of the region's
population. They ranged from students
to veterans of the employment market-
place.
Their numbers were a testament to
the state of the economy and the hopes
job seekers placed in the north county's
work environment. Defense contractors
remain relatively immune to the nation-
wide recession.
"Last year we had 400 people attend
the five-hour fair," said JobsPlus Career
Center veterans services administrator,
Jerry McDaniel as this year's fair got
under way. "We've already exceeded
that in the first hour."
Ultimately, 1,018 people seeking jobs.
or a career change filed into the busy
community center. Fifty-eight employ-


ers or organizations were represented.
Appearing just a little overwhelmed
yet simultaneously hopeful, Crestview
resident Mel Dina, looking smart and
professional in a blue shirt and tie,
scoured the room for career options. He
lost his job as a Delta Airlines station
agent in last year's merger with North-
west Airlines.
"Right now I'm just looking around
and keeping my options open," Dina
said, clutching a portfolio of r6sum6s,
applications and company literature.
Scott Smith drove up to Crestview
from Panama City Beach. As he com-
pleted an application for a position as
an assembly supervisor or buyer with
DRS Technology, a Fort Walton Beach
defense contractor, he said, "I'm looking
for a career change."
Throughout the four-hour Career and
Job Fair, employment seminars were
held on a variety of topics, including
applying for federal jobs, building your
resume, starting your own business and
changing careers.
The event was sponsored by JobsPlus
Career Centers, the City of Crestview,
the Crestview Area Chamber of Com-:
merce and Northwest Florida State Col-
lege.


;BRIAN HUGHES I CrestviewNews Bulletin
JOB SEEKERS:The annual Career and Job Fair at the Crestview Community
Center was only open an hour when attendance matched last year's
entire five-hour, event. Ultimately more than a thousand job seekers
attended.


Local contractors say they
Bridgeway Center
achieves national
were, le ft--o'utoBRA(projec achre-accreditation


Mona Moore
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Any construction
business that grosses
$33.5 million annually or less
is a "smallbbusiness."
That definition of a mom-
and-pop shop has many
local contractors watch-
ing the BRAC construction
of the Army 7th Special
Forces (Airborne) complex
near Crestview .instead of
working onit.
About a dozen business-
men met with Lynn Bannis-
ter, Sen. Bill Nelson's direc-
tor of outreach, on Thursday
at Crestview City Hall to
voice their concerns.
Clifton Hall, owner of
Crestview Site & Under-
ground, presentedI Bannis-
ter with 25 pages of corre-
spondence that represented
his efforts to find out why his,
company lost a bid process
for BRAC construction. He
appealed to local mayors,
state representatives and
the president of the United
States for help.
"My real complaint is


doh't lure me with a pork
chop and leave me with a
bone," Hall told Bannister.
Hall said local contrac-.
tors bid on the project after
hearing that small busi-
nesses would get 70 percent
of the nearly $400 million
,job.
A representative of
Hensel Phelps, the Or-
.lando company that won
the contract, also attended
the meeting. Bannister
jokingly referred to Terry
Harshman, the company's
project manager; as the
"bad guy."
"Yes, we're the bad guys
who uprooted our families
and moved 800 miles to
get the first job we'd had in
14 months," Harshman an-
swered.
Harshman said his com-
pany had to go with the most
competitive bids tor subcon-
tracting or it would not have
won its, bid. That meant
choosing Atlanta-based
Brad Cole Construction Co
He was met with a bar-
rage of questions. Of the
contractors present, only


U U


one had been awarded a
third-tier contract. Many
said the project would have
been vital to their business'
future.
Harshman said .the sys-
tem is imperfect. Hensel
Phelps complied with regu-
lations that said 70 percent
of the work was to go to
small businesses. Minority,
disabled and veteran-owned
* businesses were also repre-
sented.
However, the company
was not obligated to use lo-
cal contractors. If it was, how
would "local" be defined, he
asked.
Contractors say the defi-
nition of a small business
needs to be one that grosses
$10 million or less. Also, gov-
erunent.projects should be
bid in smaller sizes. No lo-
cal company could compete
with Cole's winning bid, they
said. :
Harshman said -the big-
gest problem is the com-
plexity of bidding on govern-
ment projects and the unfa-
miliarity local contractors
have with the process.


The Commission on Ac-
creditation of Rehabilita-
'tion Facilities (CARF) In-
ternational announced that
Bridgeway Center Inc. has
been; re-accredited for a
period of three years for 13.
programs. Bridgeway has a
location in Crestview.
This accreditation deci-
sion represents the high-
est level of accreditation
that can be awarded to an
organization and shows the
organization's substantial
conformance to the CARF
standards. An organization
receiving a Three-Year Ac-
creditation hasput itself
through a rigorous peer
review process and has
demonstrated to a team
of five surveyors during a
four-day on-site visit that
its programs and services
are of the highest quality,
measurable and account-
able.

Marketing workshop
July 23 in Crestview
IdeawOrks, a full-ser-
vice' marketing agency
based in Pensacola, will'
hold DIY Marketing a
hands-on workshop fo-
cused on do-it-yourself
marketing strategies on
July 23 from 1-4 p.m. at the
Senior Circle classroom in
the North Okaloosa Medi-
cal Center located on 127
Redstone Ave., Suite A, in
Crestview.
During the workshop,
Ideaw6rks founder and
President Caron Sjoberg
will teach low- and no-cost,
do-it-yourself marketing
strategies to increase busi-
ness in a slow economy. The
workshops are limited to 25
attendees to ensure that
each. participant receives a
hands-on experience with
takeaway information and
ideas specific to their indi-
vidual business.
According to Sj6berg.
the workshops will benefit
most every industry from
corporations, non-profits,
education, government,
hospitality, real estate and
health care, among others.
"Past attendees have
unanimously endorsed the
workshops," said Sj6berg.
"By implementing just one
strategy out of the many
we cover, the attendee can
easily recoup the cost of
the workshop."
DIY Marketing cost is
$179, including take-away
workbook and toolkit. Those
interested are encouraged
to register early to reserve
their space. To register, vis-
it www.ideaworksusa.com/
diy or call 850-434-9095.


Business ,BRIEFS


Leadership Okaloosa
accepting applicants
Leadership Okaloosa is
currently accepting applica-
tions for the 2009-2010 class.
The 10-month program,
presented by Northwest
Florida State College Lead-
ership Institute on behalf
of the Crestview, Destin,
Niceville-Valparaiso and the
Greater Fort Walton Beach
chambers of commerce, is
designed to enhance the
participant's leadership
skills and provide commu-
;nity awareness/The class
'meets one day a month
from September to June.
Participants receive class-
room" training by a certified
instructor and are given
opportunities to interact
with various key commu-
nity leaders thought the
process. A highlight of the
program is the two-day
trip to Tallahassee's for the
Legislative Day meetings.
Tours of area businesses
such as. the Northwest
Florida Regional Airport
and Eglin Air Force Base
provide participants with
an understanding of the
community. Additionally,
each participant takes part
in a group project to benefit
the community while focus-
ing on project manage-
ment, time management
and team building skills.
Another important aspect
of Leadership Okaloosa is
the networking relation-
ships forged that leads to
long lasting 'personal and
professional relationships.
Tuition is $800. Applica-
tions are due by Aug. 7 and
can be accessed online at
www.nwfsc.edu/LI, or by
calling 850-729-6880.

Five Wishes program
Five Wishes is Amer-
ica's most popular living
will because it. is .written
in everyday language and
helps people express their
wishes in areas that matter
most the personal and
spiritual in addition to the
medical and legal. It's also
a blueprint for describing
what good care means to
you, whether you are se-
riously ill or not. It helps
your caregiver know exact-
ly what you want. In Five
Wishes you clearly state
what you want.
Come put your health
care preferences in writing
and bring a loved one to a
Five Wishes program at
noon on July 30 at Emerald
Coast Hospice, 131 E. Red-
stone Ave. Ste. 110. Lunch
is included.
Seating is limited. To
make a reservation call
689-0300 or 259-3001, or
e-mail susie.chestnut@
gentiva.com.


Emerald Coast
Hospice in-services
"Top Ten Ways to Con-
nectwith People" in-service
will be presented by Susie
Chestnut at 8:30 a.m. July
24 at the Large Conference
Room in the Walton County
Health Department. Learn
10 effective ways of con-
necting with those you en-
counter in the workplace
and in the daily routine of
life. These tips will help you
as you work with patients,
patients' families, co-work-
ers and others. Nurses will
receive 1.2 contact hours.
All, others will receive 1.0
contact hours. The in-ser-
vice is free an open to the
public.
"Wound Ptevention and
Management" in-service
will be presented July 31
at 2:30 p.m. at Shoal Creek
Rehabilitation and Nurs-
ing Home in Crestview by
Registered Nurse Donna
Curry.
"True Teamwork" in-
service will be presented by
' Susie Chestnut at 8:30 a.m.
July 31 at the Large Confer-
ence Room in the Walton
County Health Department.
In most professional envi-
ronments the utilization of
*teams is essential, specifi-
cally in health care, Learn
the most common types of
teams in the health care
setting, tried and true prin-
ciples of teamwork, and
methods to help build an
atmosphere of teamwork in
your workplace. Nurses will
receive 1.2 contact hours. All
others will receive 1.0 con-,
tact hours. The in-service is
free an open to the public.
"Fall Prevention in the
Nursing Home" in-ser-
vice will be presented by
Registered Nurse Donna
Curry at Silvercrest Manor
in Crestview on Aug. 18 at
7:15 a.m. in the conference
room, and at2 p.m; and 3:15
p.m. in the dining room.
"CompassionFatigue"in-
service will be presented by
Susie Chestnut at 8:30 a.m.
Aug. 21 at the Large Confer-
ence Room in the Walton
County Health Department.
For those in health care the
new word for "Burn Out" is
compassion fatigue. Learn
exactly what compassion
fatigue is, who it affects and
how to deal with it. This in-
service reiterates the fact
that one must take care of
self to properly care for oth-
ers. Those that continually
feel as they are running on
empty will benefit from this
in-service. Nurses will re-
ceive 1.2 contact hours. All
others will receive 1.0 con-
tact hours. The in-service is
free an open to the public.
For details on any of
these events, contact Susie
Chestnut atZ89-0300.


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CHILDCARE NETWORK; A ribbon cutting was held on Thursday at
the new Childcare Network located at 405 Brookmeade Drive in
Crestview. Childcare Network serves ages 6 weeks to 12 years and
still has openings in its after-school program, according to director
Christina Drake. "We welcome everyone to stop by for a tour of our
new facility," Drake said.












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& NOTES
Baker middle
school football
Any rising seventh- or
eighth-graders interested
in playing football for Baker
should contact coach Kellogg
at the Baker field house
Monday through Friday from
8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

BAYA registration
BAYA Football and
Cheerleading sign-ups will
be held at BAYA ballparks
July 18 and 25 from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.,July 27, 28,30 and
31 from 5-7 p.m., and Aug. I
from 9 a.m. to'4 p.m.
Any questions? Please call
537-4549. Leave.a message
Sif there is no answer.

Heavy Hitters
workouts start Aug. 1
Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U baseball
workouts for the upcoming
2009-10 USSSA.,season
startAug. I. Players must
be 14 years old after April
30,2010.The team will play
one or two fall tourneys
For more information.
call Melvin at 902-6237 or
Greg at 496-9235.
FUMC golf tourney'
The First United
Methodist Church of
Crestview will hold a golf
,tournament Aug'15 at
Foxwood Country Club.
The tournament will be a
fundraiser with an emphasis
on fun and fellowship.
S .Cost of the tournament
is $40 per person in a four-
man scramble format. Entry
fee includes lunch.
Prize will be awarded
for closest to the pin, the
longest drive and the first-
place team.
Sign-in for the
tournament will be at 7 a.m.,
with a shotgun start at 8:30.
Pre-registration is
required.
For more information.
call Delynn at the church
office at 682-2018 'or
contact Darryl Roberts at
683-1921 ordroberts@
woolcom.net.

CHS cheerleaders
Kids Clothes Drive '
The Cresrview High
School cheerleaders are
holding a kids clothing drive:
for the upcoming school
year.The drive will be held
from now until Aug 7.
The squad will donate all
collected items to the local.
non-profit, charity "'Children
-in Crisis." This charity
provides emergency shelter
and foster care for children
in the four local counties.
The cheerleaders are
asking for community
support If you would like
to help, you can donate
gently worn clothes for
boys or girls in all sizes.
The squad will also take any
shoes or book bags in good
condition. If you do0not
have children's clothes but
would like to help, you may
also donate non-perishable
food items. If you know
a CHS cheerleader, you
may give your donations
to her or you may drop
them off in the front office
of Crestview High School
or at The Tanning and Hair
Center on Wilson Street.
To learn more about
'"'Children in Crisis" and
how you can help this
lIocal charity, please visit
the Web site at www.
'childrenincrisisfl.org.

CHS football camp
Former Florida State
University stars Ron
Dugans and Tamarick
Vanover headline the
Crestview High School
football camp scheduled for
July 31 and Aug. I atJack
Foster Stadium.
The camp is open to any
student, in grades K through
12. Registration is $60 per
player.


Something to cheer about


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TROPHY HAUL: The Crestview High School cheerleaders with some of the awards they received during a,
UCA summer camp July 13-15 at Niceville High School.


Let's hear it for the 'camp champ' CHS cheerleaders


Special to the News Bulletin
Tfie Crestview .High School
cheerleaders were recognized as
"camp champs" and received the
leadership award during a UCA
summer camp July 13-15 at Niceville
High School. The CHS cheerleaders
attended the event with Niceville
and Choctawhatchee cheerleaders.


Each squad had the option. to
perform a home pom routine on the
first day of camp as part of the camp
competitions. The girls then learned
cheers for the upcoming football and
basketball seasons and were instruct-
ed in stunting. The squads had to cre-
ate a stunt sequence and perform an
extreme routine to be performed for
competition on the last day.


"The material was fun, especial-
ly the dances. But I really liked see-
ing the girls from the other squads,
who I've cheered with for a long,
.time. We only get to see them when
we're playing against them at foot-
ball games," said CHS cheerleader
Taylor Moore.

See CHAMP B2
., .- : : -- i s i'ia ff t .l


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TOP TEAM:'The Davidson Middle'School cheerleaders with awards they earned at the National
Cheerleaders Association camp. Front row from left are Vasana McBroom, Scarlet Zimmerman, Julia
Kelsey, Victoria Fader, Amber Maradik and Alyssa Chenette. Middle row from left are Dazhah Wilks,
Rylee Hritz, Madison Taylor, Rachel Gainer, Allison Ramsey and Caylee Forrest. Back row from left are
Ashley Humphrey, Kayla Kelch andLucie Bouchard. "


Locals earn All-American recognition Disney invite


Special to the News Bulletin

The Davidson and Shoal River'
middle school cheerleaders re-
ceived numerous team and indi-.
vidual awards during the National
Cheerleaders Association (NCA)
summer camp held at Shoal River
Middle School from July 13-15, as
well as a bid to compete at one of


the National Cheerleading Champi-
onship competitions..
The cheer teams attending sum-
mer camp participate in a variety of
competitions throughout the week,
as well as cheer, chant, dance, stunt,
jump and leadership classes. Dur-
ing these classes, staff members of
the National Cheerleaders Associa-
tion select award winners who ex-


emplify the best technical skills and
cheerleading ability.
On the last day of cheer camp,
teams compete with a cheer and
a chant they learned during the
week. For this last camp evaluation,
the team can 'incorporate jumps,
stunts, crowd involvement and

See LOCALS B2


Schools pick best coaches they can under circumstances


I, ll admit that while
on vacation last week,.
I couldn't help but take
a glance at the News
Bulletin Web site, www.
'crestviewbulletin.com, a
time or two. I guess the
newspaperman in me is,
always curious about what RA
is happening when I'm not DICI
around. NORTH
Typically when I check
the site, I go to my stories to see
whether they get responses from
the local readers.
I'll be honest. I didn't know so
many of you were interested in the
Crestview volleyball program.
It might not seem like a lot,
but eight comments have been
posted on the story about Ben


NDY
KSON
END ZONE


Kimbrough being named
the new Dawgs volleyball
coach. Sadly, most of
those commenting have
already passed judgment
on Kimbrough as a
volleyball coach before
he has conducted his first
regular-season practice
with the team.
Others chose to take


umbrage with what they
see as "the politics as usual" at
CHS when looking at the hire. And
one, without calling her by name,
took a shot at softball coach Amy
Peters, writing, "When will they
replace the softball coach? Most of
the other coaches were replaced,
and now it is time to get rid of her
too."


The fact is, the only Crestview
coach replaced because he was
relieved of his coaching duties was
the boys basketball coach. That.
opened the door for Keith White to
move from girls basketball coach
to the boys position,.but only after
some anxious weeks of White
waiting to see whether he would
have a teaching job.
Jeff Fowler, the former
wrestling coach, resigned and
returned to his native Maryland.
I understand the frustration
some of you have when a coach
without any previous experience
is hired. If I were a parent, I too
would be skeptical of the next
person stepping in to take a job.
But if you step back and look
at the big picture, you will see


that there is only so much CHS
Principal Ed Coleman or another
principal can do in today's
economic climate in education.
When filling a coaching
vacancy, a school can go one of
two routes: hire a noh-faculty
coach such as Fowler, girls soccer
coach Carlos Bonilla or new
girls basketball coach Donald
Campbell; or find someone who is
an educator first and then a coach
second.
Finding a person in the
community with just the right
qualifications and the time to
devote to coaching isn't so easy. In
a perfect world, the coach would
be a teacher on staff at the school
See DICKSON B2


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Camping



with the


Dawgs


CHS players attend
FCA weekend

Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Camps take center
stage for the Crestview
High School football pro-
gram during the second
half of July.
Some of the CHS players
spent this past weekend at
a Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, Team Football
Camp in Marianna.
Most :of the Dawgs will
take part in the Crestview
High School football camp
for students of all grades,
scheduled for July 31 and
Aug,. 1.

FCA camp
CHS added the' FCA
camp to its list of summer
activities last year. Dawgs
coach Matt Brunson said
40 players signed up to
spend the weekend in Mar-
ianna.
"It's a great team unity,
chemistry-building camp,"
Brunson said. "It's affiliat-
ed with the FCA, so there
are Christian-oriented ac-
tivities in the afternoon.
During the day we do foot-
ball skill drills and compe-
litions."
CHS was joined by,
groups from Pace, Ruth-
erford, West Florida Tech
and Marianna.
"You get to meet other
kids from the opposing
teams," Brunson said.
"You're in a camp setting,
and you get to know some
people you wouldn't nor-
mally run into."
The theme of the camps
was "Inside Out," accord-
ing to the FCA Web site.
'The Scripture passage
for camp is Rgmans 12:2,
which reads, "Do not be
conformed to this age, but
be transformed by the re-
newing of your mind so
that you may discern what
is the good, pleasing, and
perfect will of God."
Baker will take part in
a similar FCA camp .for
smaller schools this week-
end.

CHS football camp
Former Florida State
University stars Ron Du-
ugansand-TamaricVanover
headline the Crestview
High School football camp
scheduled for July 31 and
Aug. 1 at Jack Foster Sta-
dium.
Vanover played for
FSU's 1993 national cham-
pionship team. Dugans was
on the Seminoles' 1999 na-
tional championship squad.

See DAWGS B2






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LOCALS from page BI


showmanship into the NCA cheer
they perform. Overall technical
and performance skills, as well as
the ability to lead the crowd, are
judged to select the winner. The
Davidson cheer team was award-
ed the title of NCA Game Day Top
Team4for 2009. The Game Day Top
Team Trophy is awarded to the
one team at camp that best exem-
plifies overall game day ability to
motivate the crowd. As part of the
Top Team, each member of the
Davidson cheer squad qualifies
to perform at the NCA Christmas
Extravaganza/Walt Disney World
Christmas Parade.
The Davidson cheerlead-
'ers were also awarded the 2009
Herkie Team Award. This award
is presented to the squad that
shows true team spirit, sports-
manship, unity and leadership
throughout the week at camp.
The team also received a
S.PO.T. Award (given to the teatns
displaying excellent technique in,
safety, spotting and stunt tech-
nique) as well as two Technical
Excellence Awards for Superior
Skills in Motions and Superior
Skills in Jumping.
Three Davidson cheerleaders
Lucie Bouchard, Kayla Kelch
and Victoria Fader are among
the elite, few earning a position
on the National Cheerleaders
Association (NCA) 2009-2010 All-
American Cheerleading Team.
Shoal River Middle School
cheer captain Dominique Acol
also earned a position on the All-
American. Cheerleading Team
and was selected as the Top All
American Cheerleader for the,
NCA camp.
The NCA All-American Cheer-
leading Team consists of cheer-
leaders who are nominated by the
NCA staff based on their individu-
al talents as a cheerleader. Once
nominated for this achievement,
each cheerleader must complete
a detailed tryout to be considered
for All-American status. These
nominees are judged in the cat-
egories of tumbling, jumps, voice


DICKSON
from opae B1


projection, sharp motions, mem-
ory, spirit and enthusiasm, and
overall crowd appeal. After all of
the nominated cheerleaders com-
plete the required tryout, the NCA
staff announce the team selection
during the awards ceremony on
the final day of camp.
As members of the All-Ameri-
can Cheer Team, the girls are
invited to participate in various
special events. Among these
events are the opportunity to
perform at the Thanksgiving in
Paradise halftime show of the
University of Hawaii vs. Navy
football game in Hawaii and the
Christmas Extravaganza at Walt
Disney World.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULL
ALL-AMERICAN: Three
Davidson Middle Sc!
cheerleaders, above
received All-America
recognition from the
National Cheerleade
Association: Lucie
Bouchard, Kayla Kel
and Victoria Fader.
TOP ALL-AMERICAN:
Dominique Acol of
Shoal River Middle
School, left, with the
awards she received
the NCA summer ca
at Shoal River Middl
,School.


CHAMP from page B1


On the final day, friends and family of all
the squads came t6 watch what the girls had
been working on all week. At the end of the
day, awards were presented. All the squads
received superior blue ribbons for their stunt
performances. The Crestview High School
cheerleaders won first place in the home porn
routine performed on the first day. They took
second place on the stunt sequence routine,
And the squad took first place for its extreme
routine, earning them the campI champs
award. The squad also was presented the
leadership award, which was voted on by all
the squads who were at camp.
"Our team has always looked tip to both
of the squads we competed against, so we


"The girls worked really hard
at camp, and we hope to keep
the momentum going."

Lisa Kimbrough, CHS cheer coach

are proud of our accomplishments. The girls
worked really hard at camp, and we hope to
keep the momentum going as we head into
the school year," said CHS cheer coach Lisa
Kimbrough. "Football season and. competi-
tions are right around the corner. We want to
take what we learned at camp and use it both


in spirit and competitive cheer."
The week wasn't all work and no pla
the girls who attended camp.
"Since we didn't go away to camp this
to bond, we had to come up with fun ac
ties for the girls to bond after camp to lig
the mood," one cheer momrn.said. "The
participated in a scavenger hunt around
one day, had manicures and pedicures on
second day and enjoyed a luau on the
night."
The squad isn't resting after its busy v
They go back to summer conditioning
practice immediately and are about to b
working on their next community service
ect for Children in Crisis Charity.


where he or she coaches.
That's the way it was when
I was growing up, and it
worked well.
Again, these men and
women are teachers first.
When a coaching position is
open, there also must be a
teaching slot available. If a
coach resigns from coaching
but not from teaching, that
leaves one less teacher
opening. And if a coach
resigns or is fired as both a
teacher and a coach, the next
coach must have certification
in a subject with a teacher
opening.
When a coaching job does
come open, experienced
teacher-coaches in another
county or state might not
want to leave their present
situation, where they have
something that amounts to
tenure. I'm sure the constant
threat of being the low person
on the teaching pole plays
S into the decision of any coach
when considering whether to
M apply for an opening outside
his or her current district.
Crestview isn't the first
school in this part of the
LETIN county to reach into the
current faculty to hire an
unproven coach in a certain
hool sport.
, Laurel Hill's Ronnie Smith
in has coached basketball for
years, but until asked to take
ers the Hobo baseball job, he had
never coached that game.
ch The Hoboes have made
the baseball playoffs the last
two years under Smith, but it
took Smith time to get the feel
for coaching baseball.
Last year, Baker looked to
former Gator player Lisa Roy
at to replace Kathy Combest as
m M the volleyball coach. Roy had
e never coached at the varsity
e level before, but she was able
to continue the success Baker
fans have come to expect.
If we lived in a day of
unlimited budgets; I'm sure
Coleman and other principals
would search far and wide to
y for fill coaching vacancies. But in
today's world, administrators
year can only hire from what
ctivi- is often a limited pool of
shten candidates. Sometimes the
girls best fit has no previous
town experience coaching that
n the sport.
last That's the reality of things
in today's educational system.
veek. Randy Dickson is the
and News Bulletin Sports Editor.
>egin Contact him at 682-6524, or
proj- e-mail randyd@crestview
bulletin.com.


DAWGS from page B1


Both players wore jersey num-
ber 80 at FSU. Both went on to
play in the NFL.
Vanover has developed a'
particularly strong relationship
with the CHS program.
The camp is open to any
student in grades kindergar-


ten through- 12. Attendees do
not have to attend Crestview
schools. About 100 players at-
tended last year.
"We're going to work on ev-
erything we can do without gear,
from stance and starts and run-
ning," Brunson said. "We'll get


them acclimated to some football
terminology and get them some
experience to be around. not
only these famous athletes from
Florida State but our coaches at
Crestview High School."
The camp is divided by age
group into two sessions. Play-


ers in grades kindergarten-six
should attend from 9-11:30 a.m.
both days. Players in grades
seven-12 should attend from
noon until 2:30 p.m. both days.
Registration is $60 per play-
er. Young gridders can sign up
starting at 8 a.m. on both days.


All campers will receive lunch
on both days and a camp T-shirt.
All campers also will receive
free admission to Crestview's
varsity Kickoff Classic on Aug.
27 against Gulf Breeze, where
they can watch the action from
the CHS sideline.


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Thunderbirds take flight


Adult football team earns first win


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
The Crestview Thunderbirds
landed in the winner's nest for
the first time Saturday night.
Crestview's adult football
team earned the first win in fran-
chise history with a 27-24 vic-
tory against the South Alabama
Seminoles in a Premier Football
League contest at Davidson Mid-
dle School.
Mario Holley's punt return for
a touchdown with about four min-
utes remaining made the differ-
ence in a back-and-forth contest
that featured six lead changes.
"It's been a long time com-
ing," said Holley, a member of
Crestview High School's Class
3A state runner-up team in 2002.
"To get the first win at home it
doesn't get any better."
Crestview improved to 1-4 in
its inaugural season. The Thun-
derbirds have put up 53 points in
their last two games after scor-
ing just three points in their first
three games combined.
South Alabama fell to. 0-5.
Holley started the game-win-
ning punt return at midfield. He
headed to the right side, outran
most of the Seminole defense and
just made it into the end zone as
a South Alabama tackler tried to
bring him down. \
"I had told my team, get the
ball in my hands, and I'll make it
happen," Holley said. "I said, put
the ball in my hands and I'll put it.
in the end zone."
A long Holley punt return


in the second quarter set up a
touchdown that gave the Thun-
derbirds the first lead of their
existence. Holley's return of
about 75 yards put Crestview in
business at the South Alabama
15 in the last minute of the sec-
ond quarter. A few moments
later, BB Johnson caught a pass
from Brody Johnson in the right
side of the end zone to give the
Thunderbirds a 14-8 halftime
lead.
Crestview threatened to go
ahead by two scores early in the
second half, driving deep into
South Alabama territory. Instead,
a personal foul penalty assessed
when a Crestview fan ran to the
sideline to verbally abuse an offi-
cial, coupled with a snap that got
away on a punt attempt, set up a
Seminoles touchdown and two-
point conversion that put South
Alabama ahead 16-14.
The teams traded scores on
their next two possessions, set-
ting up Holley's dramatic game-
winning TD..
An Jedda Johnson intercep-
tion near the goal line on a last-
second heave preserved the
Crestview victory.
"A great feeling,"' Holley said.
"Great to get a win. We've worked
hard and earned it."
A DeMario Thomas TD run
with about five minutes remain-
ing in the second quarter capped
Crestview's first scoring drive.
Holley made a tough TD catch on
a third-and-long to put the Thun-
derbirds ahead 20-16 early in the
fourth quarter.


Photos by KYLE WRIGHT ( Crestview News Bulletm


HUDDLE UP:
Above, the
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a knee during
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SWEET VICTORY:
At left, the
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victory against
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set for July 25

Special to the News Bulletin
The 3rd Masonic District PHA, Florida; Mt. Zion
A.M.E. Church; Crestview city councilmen Charles
Baugh and Timothy Grandberry; and North Oka-
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Baugh continues to stress there are families that
might not have the resources necessary to provide
for routine visits to a medical doctor. This event will
provide some much-needed support for these chil-
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and identify alternatives to improve health.
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ceive a bundle package up
to 20 percent off for their
training needs.
For details, call
800-773-7620, ext. 12 ore-mail
stanleyc@usa.redcross.org.
USDA FOOD GIVE-
AWAY: Saturday from
10 a.m. until the monthly
food allowance has been
given out at New Begin-
nings Church, 412 W James
Lee Blvd., Crestview.
Details: Jimmy Smith,
689-2988. New Beginnings
Church is an equal-oppor-
tunity provider..
FIVE WISHES SEMI-
NAR: Five Wishes is Amer-
ica's most popular living
will because it is written
in everyday language and
helps people express their
wishes in personal, spiritu-
al, medical and legal ways.
Come put your healthcare
preferences in writing and
bring a loved one at noon
July 30 at Emerald Coast
Hospice, 131 E. Redstone
Ave., Suite 110, Crestview.
Lunch is included. This
event is open to the public.


RSVP by phone at 689-0300
or 259-3.001 or e-mail at
susie.chestnut@gentiva.cotm
Seating is limited.
TPO MEETINGS: On
road priorities will be held
areawide by the Okaloosa-
Walton Transportation
Planning Organization.
The Crestview workshop
will be at 1 p.m. Thursday
at the Crestview Chamber
of Commerce, 1447 Com-
merce Drive.
The TPO works as the
liaison with local govern-
ments and the State of
Florida's Department of
Transportation and will
give the public the oppor-
tunity to voice their opin-
ions on the priority of re-
gional transportation. The
draft version including the
results from all five work-
shops will be presented
at the Aug. 20 for review.
Details: Rhonda Grice,
800-226-8914 or rhonda.
grice@wfrpc.org.
HEAD OF HOUSE
BANQUET: Velma K.
Conyers Chapter No. 7 Or-
der of the. Eastern' Stars
will hold its annual Head
of House Banquet at 6 p.m.
Aug. 1. The event will be
held at the Old Spanish
Trail Shrine Club, 971 W.
James Lee Blvd., Crest-
view. Tickets are $15, or do-
nations are tax-deductible.
All funds will go to the Vel-
ma K. Conyers Chapter No.
7, OES scholarship fund.
For information, contact
Mary Haynes at 682-6043.


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WOMAN'S CLUB
BRIDGE FUNDRAIS-
ER: Do you want to learn
to play Bridge? Basic be-
ginning Bridge lessons
will be taught at the GFWC
Woman's Club of Crest-
view, 150 Woodlawn Drive,
(behind Woodlawn Bap-
tist Church.) Classes will
be held from 10 a.m. until
noon Aug. 5, 12, 19 and 26,
and Sept. 2. The registra-
tion fee is $25 and the text-
book is $6. Proceeds from
this event support club
charities.
For more information or
to register, call Karen Bois-
jolie at 682-1416 or Mary C.
Vaughan at 689-1564.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURES: at the Crest-
view library on Commerce
Drive are at 10:30 a.m. Up-
coming programs include
the following:
Aug. 4, Aerodynamics
for Dummies: Folding and
Flying Paper Airplanes,
with Laurel Hill author
and engineer Ken Black-
burn.
Sept. 1, Exploring
Folk Musical Instruments
with the Pelican Pickers.
For details, visit www.
cityofcrestview.org/library.
htm (under "Programs &
Services") or call 682-4432.

MISCELLANEOUS
NWFFAIRVENDORS:
The Northwest Florida
Fairgrounds is extending
an invitation to local busi-
nesses and organizations
to sign up as vendors for
the Northwest Florida Fair
planned Nov. 3-8. More than
25,000 people attend the
fair. Vendors can sign up as
sponsors for the event. Call
Betty at 862-0211 or e-mail
betty@nwffair.com for de-
tails. The fair Web site is at
www.nwffair.com.
FLORIDA TRAIL
.SCHEDULE: Visit http://
choctaw.floridatrail.org for
details on the group's up-
coming events.
Saturday, 8 a.m. bike/
hike on Blackwater Heri-
tage Trail in Milton. De-
tails: 850-983-2557.
Saturday, 8 a.m. Volun-
teers needed for trail main-
tenance on Eglin reserva-
tion. Details: 850-341-1389.
Sunday, 8 a.m. canoe/
kayak ride. Place TBA.
Details: 850-474-5359.
Tuesday, July 28, 6 p.m.
monthly meeting at Bayou
Blues in Niceville. Visi-
tors welcome. Details:
682-6098.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club activi-
ties, call Clarice Hebinck
at 850-581-4591 or e-mail
her at freklzl00@cox.net.
SEMINOLE WARS
EXHIBIT: "Seminole
Wars: The Fight for Flor-
ida" interactive exhibit in
the Indian Temple Mound
Museum's Lazarus Edu-
cation Center will remain


there until Aug. 11.
Heritage Park and the
Indian Temple Mound
Museum are open from
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday
through Saturday and are
located at 139 Miracle Strip
Parkway S.E. The exhibit
is included in regular ad-
mission to Heritage Park:
$5 plus tax for adults, $4.50
plus tax for seniors 55+
and active military, and $3
plus tax for children 4 to 17.
Details: 833-9595.
NARFE MEETING:
NARFE, Chapter 1428 will
meet July 28 for an 11 a.m.
lunch and noon meeting
at the Golden Corral in
Fort Walton Beach. Guest
Shawn White will be speak-
ing on Social Security. De-
tails: 678-5678.
SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
VENDORS: are wanted
for the Sept. 25-27 Pensac-
ola Seafood Festival in Se-
ville Square in downtown
Pensacola.
Local restaurant ven-
dors who serve Gulf Coast
seafood dishes are given
priority. The application
process is highly competi-
tive and submitting an ap-
plication does not ensure
acceptance
Vendors are encour-
aged to apply as soon as
possible. Applications
can be obtained at www.
fiestaoffiveflags.org and
must be submitted along
with payment to the Fiesta
of Five-Flags office, 2121 W
Intendencia St., Pensacola.
Details: 850-433-6512.

ONGOING
BIG BROTHERS/
BIG SISTERS SEEKING
MENTORS: Big Brothers/
Big, Sisters of Northwest
Florida is looking for adult
volunteers who would en-
joy spending at least two
hours every week mentor-
ing a child. The mentors
pick their little brother
or little sister up at their
home and spend a couple
of hours doing activities
such as going to the library,
museum or park, going to
the beach, hiking, roller
skating or playing a sport.
Interested volunteers
should contact Big Broth-
ers Big Sisters for an in-
terview at 850-664-5437.
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The Crest-
,view Public Library of-
fers one-on-one beginning
skills computer tutoring.
Appointments are
available Monday through
Friday. Come by the li-
brary at 1445 Commerce
. Dr. (behind the Post Office,
or call 682-4432 to schedule
your appointment. You will
need a library card to use
the computers. All resi-
dents of Okaloosa County
are eligible for a library
card at no cost. Just bring
in a picture ID and proof of
current street address.


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Legal # 100710
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT-FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION FILE NO.
09-CP-728
IN RE: ESTATE OF AL_
VIN C. RIGBY
Deceased
NOTICETO.CREbl-
TORS
The administration of
the-estate of Alvin C.
Rigby, deceased,
whose date of death
was January 26,,2009,
is pending n the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
-dress of which is.101
James Lee Blvd. East,
Crestview, FL 32536..
The names 'and ad-
dresses, of the perkinal
representative and, the
p e t s o n a-I
representative's attor-
ney 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 rriust fild their
claims with this couq,
WITHIN !THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF 'THE
FIRST. PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE 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
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733,702 OF-THE FCOR-
IDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWI THSTANDI NG
THE TIME PERIODS
SET -FORTH. ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM PILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
K40RE AFTER, THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
J61y 22, 20019.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Tracy 0 Strom
Attorney for Frances E,
Giles ,
Florida Bar. # 0907420
204 Buck Drive NE
Fort Walton Beach,
Florida 32548
T e I e p h o n a
850-243-5451'
Fax: 850-24.4-9554
Personal Representa-
tive
.Frances E. Giles
7 Planters Wood Court
Hilton Head Island, SC
29928
07/15/09
07/22/09

Legal # 100721
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY CASE NO:
08-CA-1422
SUNTRUST BANK,
Plaintiff,


- M-11 W0__ 4W?
MiCHAEL BRADDY ei
31
Dejunclanis.
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HER EBY
GIVEN pursuant'to a Fi-
nal. Judgment dated
June 30,2009 and en-
tered in Case No:
08-CA-1422, of'the Cir-
cuit Court of the First
Judicial Circuit inand
for OKALOOSA
-County, Florida,
wherein SUNTRUST
BANK, is a Plaintiff and
MICHAEL BRADDY;
SHARON BRADDY
A K.A SHARON R.
BRADDY are the De-
fendants. I will sell to
tha 'highest 'and best
bidder for cash at
Okaldosa County
Courtho use front 'door,
ibi E. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, FI at
11:00 'AM on July 31
2009, the following de-
scribed property, as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment, to wit.
LOT 44, BLOCK C,
AMENDED 'r PLAT OF
EMERALD POINTE
PLAT 111, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED
IN' PLAT BOOK fl.
PAGE 68, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA
Any person claiming dn
interest In the'surplus,
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date, of
the [is pendens must
file 'a claim within 60,
days after the sale.
DON W. HOWARD
As-Clerk of-the Court
By: Viki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
Dated this 2 day' of
July, ?009.
In accordance with the
American with Disabili-
ties Act persons need-
ing a reasonable ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should, no later than
seven (7) days prior,
contact the. Clerk of the
Court's disability coor-
dinator at
8506517491250,. N
EGLIN PKWY SUITE
A114, SHALIMAR FL
32579. If hearing im-
paired, contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.
07/15/09
07/22/09

Legal # 100722
IN THE CIR QUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
I CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY-
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
INDYMAC BANK
F.S.B.,
Plaintiff,
CASE. NO, 2007 'CA
005556S
vs.DIVISION
BLAIR J. KOSHER, et
al
Def6ndant(s).
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated June 23, 20b9
and entered in Case
No. 2007 CA 005556 S
of the Circuit Court of
the FIRST Judicial Cir-
cuit in and for
OKAE60SA County,
Florida wherein
INDYMAC BANK
F.S.B., is the Plaintiff
and BLAIR J. KO-
CHER; STACY A. .
KOCHER; are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
1 1:00AM, on the 4 day
of Augbst 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:


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HEIRS, DEVISEES.
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KrJOVVPJ AD.
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU' ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to, fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 21, BLOCK H,
EMERALD LAKES
PHASE ONE, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 16, PAGES)
38-40, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
h as been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before August 24,2009,
on Florida Default Law
Group', RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dres's is 91,19' Cbrpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Terripa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-


LOT 12, BLOCK B.
CARIBBEAN VILLAGE
SOUTH AT
BLUEWATER -BAY
UNIT 1, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 7, PAGE 4, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 223 DOMI-
NICA CIRCLE E,
NICEVILLE, FL 32578
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 July 7, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish -in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Floridi De-
fault Law Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018 ,
,Tampa, . Florida
33622-5018.,
F 0 7 0 5 3 0 6 4
FIDINDYMAC-.CONV-B-r
harnig I .:. .
**See Americans with
DisabilitiesAct
IMPORTANT
in, accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
in g special accommo
ation 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 ne6d-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court, Adminis-
tratioh at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579.; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to ths'proceeding.
07/15109.
07/22/Q9,

Legal # 100749
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST. JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA'
CIVIL ACTION
HSB C BANK USA NA-
TIONAL As86CIA-
TION- AS TRUSTEE
(THE TRUSTEE) OF
J.R MORGAN ALTER-
NATIVE LOAN TRUST
2006-A7 (THE TRUST),
Plaintiff, ,
CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-002848.
VS.
DIVISION:
STEFAN CAMP, et A
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
CAROLYN E. LOPER
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 257 DOMI-
NICA CIR W
NICEVILLE, FL 32578
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
-CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANIT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,


THROUGH, UNDER,
In accoidance w-Ir. AND AGAINST THE
ihe Arr-ar-cans min Ds HEREIN NAMED INDI-
abilmoc Acl, peison: VIDUAL DEFEND-
with disabilities need- ANT(S) WHO -ARE
ing special accommo- NOT KNOWN TO BE
nation to participate in DEAD OR ALIVE,
this proceeding should WHETHER SAID UN-
contact Court Adminis- KNOWN PARTIES
traction. at 101 James MAY CLAIM AN IN-
Lee. Boulevard 'East, TEREST AS SPOUSE,
Crestview, FL, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
32536-3515; telephone GRANTEES, OR
number (850) OTHER CLAIMANTS
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro- LAST KNOWN AD-
ceeding. or Shalimar DRESS: UNKNOWN
(850) 651-7497 CURRENT ADDRESS:
IMPORTANT UNKNOWN
In accordance with YOU ARE NOTIFIED
the Americans with Dis- that an action to fore-
abilities Act, persons close a mortgage on
'with disabilities need- the following property
ing special accommo- in OKALOOSA County,
clation to participate in Florida:
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis- LOT 14, BLOCK B
traction at 1250 N. Eglin REGATTA. PATIB
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, HOMES, ACCORDING
32579; telephone num- TO THE PLAT
bar (850) 651-7497,, THEREOF AS RE-
prior to the proceeding. CORDED IN PLAT
07/15/09 BOOK 18, PAGE(S) I
07/22/09 AND 2, OF THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS. OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Legal # 100760


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--1 -1- 1- 111- -- IV --------- ---- 7-
inal with this Court ei- I has beenfiled against
ther before service on IN THE CIRCUIT you and you are re-
attorney or COURT OF THE, qired to serve a copy
= ,.st".1y thereafter; FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- of your written de-
'otherwise a default will CUIT fences, if any, onor
be entered Against you. IN AND FOR before August 24,2009
for the relief demanded OKALOOSA COUNTY, on 'Florida Default Law
in the Complaint or lpe- FLORIDA Group, P.L., Plaintiffs
tition. CIVIL ACTION attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
This notice shall be PNC BANK, NATIONAL rate Lake Drive, Suite
published once each ASSOCIATION, 300, Tampa, Florida
week for two consecu- Plaintiff, 33634, and file the orig-
tive weeks in the Crest- CASE NO.: inal with this Court ei-
view News Bulletin '46-2009-CA-003023 ther before service on
vs.DIVISION: Plaintiff!s attorney or
WITNESS my hand- and immediately thereafter;
'the sea[ of this Court KEV N J. MUSGROVE otherwise a default will
on this 8 day of July, at A I be entered against you
2009. Defenclant(s). for 'the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
Don W. Howard tition.
Clerk of the Court NOTICE OF ACTION
By: Aunita Cantrall This notice shall be
As Deputy Clerk TO: publislied once each
KEVIN J. MUSGROVE 'week for two consecu-
Invoice to & Copy to: LAST KNOWN AD- tive weeks in the Crest-
Florida Default Law DRESS:274 Ketch view News Bulletin.
Group, P.L. Court
RO. Box 25018 -Destin, FI 32541 WITNESS my hand and
Tampa, Florida the seal of this Court
33622-5018 CURRENT ADDRESS: on this 8 day of July,
CHASEDIRECT-CONV_ 274 Ketch Court 2009.
abiven-F09045299 Destin, A .32541
**See Americanswith Don W. Howard
Disabilities Act ANY AND ALL UN- Clerk of the Court
IMPORTANT KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,



CITY OF. LAUREL HILL,

FLORIDA

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

RFP NUMBER: 09-1:

The City of Laurel Hill will accept sealed proposals at City Hall on
August 14, 2009, at 2:30 p.m., local time, for the following:

Maintenance of the, City's Water Tower for one year,'with an
alternate proposal of a continuing contract for maintenance of the
Water Tower.

Copies of Provisions, Proposals Forms and Specifications may be
requested via e-mail, clhclerk@fairpoint.net, fax (850) 652-4492
or call theCity Clerk at -(850) 652-4441.

Additional technical information relative to this proposal may be
obtained from Mr. Harold Jones, City Clerk, at (850) 652-4441
during normal business hours.

The City of Laurel Hill reserves the right.to waive informalities in
any bid; to make awards) by individual item, group of items, all or
none, or a combination thereof, to reject any and all bids or waive
any minor irregularity or technicality in bids received, that in its
judgment will be in the best interest of the City of Laurel Hill.

Mark outside of envelope:
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Address responses to: '
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By: Aunita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk.
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
CENDANT-CONV-B-rhar
nig-F09052534
**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.
07/15/09
07/22/09 .


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FORTH IN SAID DEC-
LARATION
Legal # 100760
has been'filed against
IN THE CIRCUIT you and you are re
COURT OF THE quired to serve a copy
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- of your written de
CUIT fenses, if any, on oi
IN AND FOR before August 24,2009
OKALOOSA COUNTY, on Florida Default Law
FLORIDA Group, P.L.,' Plaintiff's
CIVIL ACTION attorney, whose ad-
dress Is 9119 Corpo-
PHH MORTGAGE rate Lake Drive, Suite
CORPORATION F/K/A 300, Tampa, Florida
CENDANT. MORT- 33634, and file the orig-
GAGE CORPORATION final with this Court ei-
D/B/A PHH their before service on
MORTGAGE SER- Plaintiff's attorney or
VICES A/K/A PHH immediately thereafter;
MORTGAGE SER- otherwise a default will
VICES CORPORA- be entered against you
TION, for'the relief demanded
Plaintiff, in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
CASE NO':
46-2008-CA-006857 This notice shall be
vs. published once each
DIVISION: week for two cbnsecu-
S tive weeks in the Crest-
EDMUND C. KYSER view News Bulletin.
et al,
Defendant(s). WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 8 day of' July,
NOTICE OF ACTION 2009.
TO: Don W. Howard
THE UNKNOWN Clerk of the Court
SPOUSE OF KENNETH
KITTRELL N/K/A SAN- By: Anita Cantrall
DRA K. KITTRELL As Deputy Clerk
A/K/A KI-TY"KITTRELL
LAST 'KNOWN AD- Invoice to & Copy to:
DRESS: 217 Lee Florida Default Law
Road 2070 Group, RPL.
Smiths Station, AL P.O.Box 25018
36877 Tampa, Florida
S' 33622-5018
CURRENT ADDRESS: CENDANT-SPECFNMA-
217 Lee Road 2070 B-rharnig-F08107332.
Smiths Station, AL **See Americans with
36877 Disabilities Act


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ANY AND ALL UL
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING B
THROUGH, UNDEI
AND AGAINST TH
HEREIN NAMED IND
VIDUAL DEFEND
ANT(S) WHO AR
NOT KNOWN TO B
DEAD OR ALIVI
WHETHER SAID UN
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN
TEREST AS SPOUSE
HEIRS, DEVISEES
GRANTEES, O
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTIFIEDI
that an action to fore
close a mortgage o
the following property
in OKALOOSA Count
Florida::
UNIT NO. 3 OF TNH
SOUND, A CONDO
MINIUM, ACCORDING
TO THE DECLARE
TION OF CONDO
MINIUM RECORDED
IN O.R. BOOK 2337
PAGE 888, AND ALL
EXHIBITS AN[
AMENDMENTS
THEREOF, PUBLIC
RECORDS 01F
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA.TOGETHEF
WITH AN UNDIVIDED
INTEREST IN THE
COMMON ELEMENTS
APPURTENANT
THERFTO AR SIT


N-. 1.1PORTAhT LEGAL #120285 for Ire r-he .em,T,nded DA PROBATE CODE -IME PERiODS SET WELLS FARGO BANK, FPO B... 25l'15
;S in the complaint. WILL BE FOREVER FORTH IN SECTION NA SUCCESSOR BY Tampa, Florida
,Y, In accordance with AUCTIONS WITNESS my hand and BARRED. 733.702 OF THE FLOR- MERGER TO WELLS 33622-5018
R, the Americans with Dis- In accordance with the seal of this Court NOTWITHSTANDING IDA PROBATE CODE FARGO HOME MORT-
IE abilities Act, persons Florida Statutes, Ad- this 1 day of July, 2009. THE TIME PERIODS WILL BE FOREVER GAGE, INC., IMPORTANT
-I. with disabilities need- vance Storage, Inc lo- SET FORTH ABOVE, BARRED. Plaintiff, In accordance with the
D- ing special accommo- cated at 5180 S. Don W. Howard ANY CLAIM FILED NOTWITHSTANDING Americans with Disa
IE dation to participate in Ferdon Blvd. Crest- As Clerk of the Court TWO (2) YEAR OR THE TIME PERIODS vs. abilities Act, person
;E this proceeding should view, FL, will offer for MORE AFTER THE SET FORTH ABOVE, with disabilities need
E, contact Court Adminis- sale to the highest bid- By: Beth McDonald DECEDENT'S DATE OF ANY CLAIM FILED RICHARD NEHLS ing special accommo
N- tration at 101 James der the household and As Deputy Clerk DEATH IS BARRED. TWO (2) YEARS OR A/K/A RICHARD M dation to participate ir
S Lee Boulevard East, other goods stored in The date of first publi- MORE AFTER HE NEHLS, et al, this proceeding should
N- Crestview, FL, the below listed units. In accordance with the cation of this notice is DECEDENT'S DATE OF Defendant(s). contact Court Adminis
E, 32536-3515; telephone Said goods are to be AMericans with Disabili- July 15'2009. DEATH IS BARRED. traction at 101 James
S, number (850) sold to recover the ties Act, persons need- The date of the first NOTICE OF RE- Lee Boulevard East
R 689-5000, Extension rents not paid by the ing a reasonable ac- Attorney for Personal publication of this No- SCHEDULED FORE- Crestview,. FL
7497, prior to the pro- tenants. commodation to partic- Representative: A. tice is July 22, 2009. CLOSURE SALE 32536-3515; telephone
ceeding. or Shalimar ipate in this proceeding Wayne Williamson Flor- number (850)
D- (850) 651-7497 Advanced Storage I should, no later than ida Bar No. 0115002 Attorney for Personal NOTICE IS HEREBY 689-5000, Extensior
seven (7) days prior, Welton & Williamson, Representative: James GIVEN pursuant to an 7497, prior to the pro-
IMPORTANT 1. Miranda Cadenhead contact the Clerk of the LLC 1020 S. Ferdon C. Campbell, Esquire Order Rescheduling ceeding. or Shalimai
Unit D25 Court's disability coor- Blvd. Crestview, Fl Florida Bar No. 708283 Foreclosure Sale dated (850) 651-7497
In accordance with dinator at 8506517497, 32536 Telephone:(850) #4 11th Avenue, Suite July 13, 2009 and en-
the Americans with Dis- 2. Tom and Ashley 1250 N. Eglin PKWY 682-2120 2 Shalimar, Florida tered in Case NO. 2007 IMPORTANT
abilities Act, persons Shipman Unit 155 Suite Al14, Shalimar 32579 (850)651-9313 CA 005025 S of the Cir- In accordance with the
D with disabilities need- FL, 32579. If hearing Personal Representa- cuit Court of the FIRST Americans with Disa-
e- ing special accommo- The sale shall take impaired, contact tive: Kristen D. Ellis Personal Representa- Judicial Circuit in and abilities Act, persons
n dation to participate in place on July 25, 2009 (TDD) 8009558771 via 1257 Sexton Drive tive: Cheryl L. Jenkins for OKALOOSA with disabilities need-
y this proceeding should at 9:00-10:00 a.m. at Florida Relay System. Baker, Florida 32531 1828 Ridgemore Ave- County, Florida ing special accommo-
y, contact Court Adminis- Advance Storage. nue Kettering, OH wherein WELLS. dation to participate in
traction at 1250 N. Eglin 7/15/2009 45429 FARGO BANK, NA this proceeding should
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 07/18/2009 LEGAL#120281 7/22/2009 SUCCESSOR BY contact Court Adminis-
E 32579; telephone num- 07/22/2Q09 7/22/2009 MERGER TO WELLS traction at 1250 N. Eglin
S ror tothe proceeding. IN THE CIROUIT 7/29/2009 FARGO HOME MORT- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
G prir-ot pr e ------COURT FOR LEGAL#120286 GAGE, INC., is the 32579; telephone num-
07/15/09 OKALOOSACOUNTY, AL120286 Plaintiff and RICHARD ber (850) 651-7497,
07/22/09 LEGAL#120280 FLORIDA FILE NO: IN THE CIRCUIT NEHLS A/K/A RICH- prior to the proceeding.
S2009CP000658C DIVI- COURT IN AND FOR LEGAL#120287 ARD M NEHLS; SU- 7/22/2009
SIN THE CIRCUIT SION PROBATE OKALOOSACOUNTY, ZANNE M. NEHLS E 7/29/2009
.LORIDATATUE_ Pa COURT OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE NOTICE OF PUBLIC ANY AND ALL UN- ______ONDRNT
D FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- IN RE: ESTATE OF s DIVISION CASE SALE KNOWN PARTIES
SLgal# 100766B CUIT OF FLORIpA IN DENNIS DULAN' NO:2009-CP-720 Notice is hereby given CLAIMING BY, LEGAL#120290
r Legal #100766 AND FOR OKALOOSAd FIELDS, SR. o G that on 8/8/09 at. 10:30 THROUGH, UNDER,
IF COUNTY CASE Deceased. IN RE: THE ESTATE am. The 2001 VOLV AND AGAINST THE IN THE CIRCUIT
Y, NOTICE UNDER FIC- N0:2009CA002174OF IRVINL:.GANDY, 4V4NC9TJ21N313940 HEREIN NAMED INDI- COURT OF THE
STITIOUS NAMESLAW NOTICE TO CREDI Deceased, Will be sold at public VIDUAL DEFEND FIRST JUDICIAL CIR
PURSUANT TO: SUNTRUSTBANK, TORS auction: pursuant to ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT CUlT
E SECTION 865.09, Plaintiff. u NOTICE TO CREDI- FS. 713.585 to satisfy KNOWN TO BE DEAD INLAND FOR
S FLORIDA STATUES The, administration Of TORS Towing, Storage & La- OR ALIVE, WHETHER OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Te,NO I E vs. the estate of .Dennis bor Charges. The vehi-'SAID UNKNOWN PAR- FLORIDA
NOICE IS HEREBY Dulan Fields, Sr., de- The administration of cle will be sold for TIES MAY CLAIM AN CIVIL ACTION CASE
GIVEN that the under- LAWRENCE A. ceased; whose date of the estate of Irvin L. $1459.18. Sale will be INTEREST AS NO:462009CA002848,
signed, desiring to en- WRIGHT; ETAL, death' was 'October 18, Gandy, deceased,, held by Lienor, Fleet SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE- FILE NO:F09045299
gage in business under Defendant. 2008, and whose social whose date 'of death Maintenance of NW VISEES, GRANTEES,
Sthe fictitious name of security number is was October 24 2008 Florida Inc. 638 D, An- OR OTHER CLAIM- HSBC BANK USA, NA
North kaloosa Spring NOTICE OF ACTION 416-72-9636, file num- and whose social secu- shorts St NW Fort Wal- ANTS; are the Defend- TIONAL ASSOCIA-
Festival Inc. located at ber 2009 CP 000658 C, rity number ton Beach, F 32548 ants, I will sell to the TION AS TRUSTEE
L I2259 W. James Lee TO: ROBERT is pendingin the Circuit 205-52-5461 is pend- -3861 (850 243 1777) highest and best bid- (THE TRUSTEE) OF
r Blvd.,in the County of MCELORY, Last known Court for Okaloosa ing in the Circuit Court Pursuant to FS. der for cash at IN J.R MORGAN ALTER-
kaloosa in theCity f address: UNKNOWN County, Florida, Pro- kaloosa Co 713.585 the cash sum FRONT OF. CLERK'S NATIVE LOAN TRUST
Crestview, Florida bate Division the ad- Florida Probate Divi amount of $1459.18 FRONT DOOR OF 2006-A7 (THE TRUST),
s 32536 intends to r egis- If alive, and if dead, all dress of which is 101 E. sion the addressI of would be sufficient to SHALIMAR ANNEX at Plaintiff,
tar the said names'fwith parties claiming inter- James Lee .Blvd., Which is Okalo6sa redeem the vehicle 11:00AM, on the 18 da
the Division of Corpora- est by, through, under Crestview, Florida Cbunty Courtouse from the ienor Any of August, 2009, the fo- vs.
tions of the Florida De-or against ROBERT 32536. The names and 101 James Lee Boule owner, lien holders, or lowing described .prop-
pa ent of State, Tl- MCLRY and all par- addresses of the per- yard East Crestview interested parties have erty as set forth in said STEFAN CAMP, et al,
lahassee, Florida. ties having'or claiming sonal representative Florida 3253g The a rigt to a hearing Final Judgment: Defendants).
s F 11O P HEcri na 3253,6. The a rig ht 'te a F hearing e ut Hog me r u Defendant(s).
Sr te have any' right, title and the personal names and addresses prior to the sale by fl- LOT 2, BLOCK B,EM-
SDated at Crestview, or interest in the prop- representative's, attor- of the personal repre- ing a demand with the ERALD POINTE PLAT NOTICE OF ACTION
Florida, this 20 day ofe rty described herein. ney are set forth below. sentativ and the er- Okaloosa County 1, ACCORDING TO .
July, 2009 YOU ARE NOTIFIED All creditors of the de- sonal representative's Clerk of Circuit Court THE PLAT THEREOF TO:
that an action for Fore- cedent and other per- attorney are set forth for disposition. The AS RECORDED IN WILLIAM R LOPER JR.
North Okaloosa Spring closure of Mortgage on sons having claims or beew owner has a right to re- PLAT BOOK 9, PAGE LAST KNOWN AD-
Festival Inc. the following described demands against All creditors of the de- cover possession of the 86 O THE PUBLIC DRESS:257 Dominica
property: A decedent's estate on cedent and other per- vehicle prior to the RECORDS OF CircleWest
07/22/09 LOT 5, PARISH OF whom a copy of this 'sons having claims or sale, by posting a bond OKALOOSA COUNTY, Niceville, Fl 32578
SBLUEWATER POINT, notice is required to be, demands against pursuant to F.S. FLORIDA
ACCORDING TO THE served must file their decedent's estate on 559.917, and if sold CURRENTADDRESS:
--MAP OR PLAT claims with this court whom a copy of this proceeds remaining A/K/A 231 UNKNOWN
THEREOF AS 'RE-WITHIN THE LATER notice is required to be from the sale will be W Y N N E H A V E N
Legal # 120292 -CORDED IN PLAT OF 3 MONTHS AFTER served must file their deposited with the BEACH, MARY ES- ANY AND ALL UN-
BOOK 23, PAGES 44 THE TIME OF THE claims With this Court Clerk of the Circuit THER, FL 32569 KNOWN PARTIES
PUBLIC AUCTION AND 45, PUBLIC REC- FIRST PUBLICATION WITHIN THE LATER Court in Okaloosa CLAIMING BY,
IPursuant to Section WORDS OF OKALOOSA OF THIS NOTICE OR OF 3 MONTHS AFTER County for disposition. Any person claiming an THROUGH, UNDER,
t1.75,,%Florida Statues, COUNTY FLORIDA 30 DAYS AFTER THE THE TIME OF THE Lienor, reserves the interest in the surplus AND AGAINST THE
h1ere will bp a public has been filed against DATE OF SERVICE OF FIRST PUBLICATION right to bid from tfie sale, if any, HEREIN NAMED INDI-
auction 08/03/2009 at you and you are re- A COPY OF THIS NO- OF THIS NOTICE OR other than the property. VIDUAL DEFEND-
9:00AM for the follow- quired to serve a copy TICE ON THEM. 30 DAYS AFTER THE 7/22/2009 owner as of the date of ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
ing vehicles of. your written de- All other creditors of DATE OF SERVICE OF the Us Pendens must KNOWN TO.BE DEAD
2003 F -< 1 fenses, if any, to it, on the decedent and other A COPY OF THIS NO .' file a claim, within sixty OR ALIVE, WHETHER
2003 Ford Escape Nwabufo Umunna, At- persons having cl A COPE OF THIS NO- (60) days after the sale. SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
VIN#1FMCU92123KC4 to At, r d and clais TICEONTHEM LEGAL#120288 WITNESS MY HAND TIES MAY CLAIM AN
"2157' .. orney for P'laif, or demands against All other creditors of
25 whose address is 2901 decedent's estatemust the decedent and per- and the seal of this INTEREST AS
StirlingorRoad, Suite file their claims with this sons having claims or IN THE CIRCUIT Court on July15, 2009 SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
The auction will be held 30nnFort Lauderdale, court WITHIN, 3 demands agai COURT OF .THE" VISEES, GRANTEES,
at 956 W. James Lee Florida 33312 on or be- MONTHS AFTER THE decedent's estate 'must FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Don W. Howard OR OTHER CLAIM-
Bvd, Crstview, F fore August 15,2009. DATE OF. THE FIRST filetheir claims with thisCUT Clerk of the Circuit ANTS
32536, Crestview Paint and filethe original with PUBLICATION 'OF 'cot 'WITHIN .. IN AND FOR Court r
& Body has the right to the Clerk of this Court THIS NOTICE O, F cut '" OKALOOSA COUNTY, LAST KNOWN. AD
tu'n down any and all either before service on ALL CLAIMS NOT ATE HOF A I ER THE FLORIDA S KNOWN
bids. Plaintiff's attorney, or FILED WITHIN THE PUBLICATION OF' CIVIL ACTION CASE Deputy Clerk .
immediately' thereafter; TIME PERIODS SET THIS NOTICE.:2007CA005025S CURRENT ADDRESS:
7/22/2009 otherwise a default will FORTH IN SECTION ALL CLAIM MNT FILE NO:F07038066 Florida Default Law UNKNOWN. :
be entered against you 733.702 OF-THE. FLOR- FILED WITHIN THE -' Group, RL. .-I.


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Crestview News Bulletin I B7


YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 21, BLOCK H, EM-
ERALD LAKES PHASE
ONE, ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 16,
PAGE(S) 38-40, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or be-
fore August 24, 2009
on Florida Default Law
Group, RL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief.. demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 10 day of July,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court I
By:Beth McDonald
As 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
....--L.....


OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS:UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 6, BLOCK A,
AMENDED PLAT OF
PALM CREST, AS PER
PLAT THEREOF, RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 7, PAGE(S) 22,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or be-
fore August 28, 2009
on Florida Default Law
Group,, PRL., Plaintiffs
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a. default will
be 'entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall- be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 14 day of July,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By:Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Florida 'Default Law
Group, P.L.
P.O. 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,


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IMUPORTIANT urestview, FL,
In accordance with the 32536-3515; telephone
Americans with Disa- number, (850)
abilities Act, persons 689-5000, Extension
with. disabilities need- 7497, prior to the pro-
ing special accommo- ceeding. or Shalimar MERCHANDISE
nation to participate in (850) 651-7497 ..
this proceeding should 3100 Antiques
contact Court Adminis- IMPORTANT 31- Appliances
tration at 1250 N. Eglin In accordance with the 120 Art & Crats
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, Americans with Disa- 3140 Baby Items
32579; telephone num- abilities ..Act,, -persons 3150 Building Supplies
ber (850) '651-7497, with disabilities need- 3160 Business
prior to the proceeding, ing special accommo- Equipment
Station to participate in 3170 -Collectibles
7/22/2009 this proceeding should 3180 Computers
7/29/2009 contact Court Adminis- 3190 Electronics
tration at 1250 N. Eglin 3200 -Firewood
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 3220 Furnilure
-------32579; telephone num; 3230 Gsarage/Yard Sales
LEGAL#120291 ber (850) 651-7497, 3250 Good Things to Eat
prior to the proceeding. 3260 Health & Fitness
IN THE CIRCUIT 3270 Jewelry/Clothing
COURT OF THE 7/22/2009 3280 Machinery/
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 7/29/2009 Equipment'-
CUlT : 3290 Medical Equipment
IN AND FOR 3300 Miscellaneous
OKALOOSA'COUNTY, 3310 Musical Instruments.
FLORIDA LEGAL#120293 3320 Plants & Shrubs/
CIVIL ACTION CASE Supplies
NO:462009CA003007 NOTICE OF SALE 3330 -Restaurant/Hotel
FILE NO:F,9028271 3340 Sporting Goods
LENO 9028271 The following vehicles 3350 Tickets (Buy &Sell)
COUNTRYWIDE HOME: will be. sold at public
LOANS- SERVICING auction, per Fl Stat. "" "
L.R N/K/A BAC HOME 713.565 at 10.00 AM on' 3100
LOANS, SERVICING, Augusi 7. 2009 at D & --3100
LP D Auic, Sponrs, 733 ANTIQUES Clock Re-.
Plaintiff, Edge St, Ft Walton pair Grandlaireres
S"Beach FL 32547 Mantels, lCuckoo, Any
vs. phone 850.2431500 to ,Typeof Clocks-211 N..
salsl/y a lien against Main St. Call 689-1007
MICHAEL K. HALDER said vehicles Ior laoor.
A/K/A MICHAEL KARL services and storage
HALDER, et eal, charges. No titles, as
Defendant(s). is, cash only. p o U M 31.SO I
2002 Ford Explorer Util- Metal Roofing. 40 yr
NOTICE OF ACTION ity VIN: Warranty-Buy direct
1FMZU67E82UD42545Cas from manufacturer
TO: . h 0/colors in stock, wall
DONALD CLEVELAND sum Io redeem .vn.:ce. accessories. Quick turn
LAST KNOWN AD- $4254.80 around. Delivery availa-
DRESS:121 Beverly 2004 Honda :.CBR600 ble. Gulf Coast Supply
Drive :. Motorcycle VIN: & Mfg, (888)393-0335'
Niceville, FI 32578 JH2PC35064M501092 vwvN.GultCoaslSupply.
S ,Cash sum to10 redeem cor
CURRENT ADDRESS: vehicle- 53041.82
UNKNOWN Notice to 'owner or .... q
lienholder as to'right to '
ANY AND ALL UN- a' hearing prior to sale 3180
KNOWN PARTIES date by filing with the Co ute .
CLAIMING ..BY, clerk of court. Owner ..Get A New Computer,
THROUGH, UNDER, has the right to recover Brand 'ame Bad orNo
AND AGAINST THE voile by :posting credit- No Problem
HEREIN NAMED INDI- bond in accordance males weekly ay-
VIDUAL DEFEND- with Fl Stat 559.917. ments naval. Call ow
ANT(S)' WHO ARE NOT Proceeds from sale in "touu(800)816-9189
KNOWN TO BE DEAD :excess of lien amount "
OR ALIVE, WHETHER will be deposited with -
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- the clerk of court. In--_
TIES MAY CLAIM AN terested parties, .con- 322o
INTEREST 'AS tact State Filing ServiceAII new Pillowtop Mat-
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- 772-595-9555 tress Queen/box spring
VISEES, GRANTEES, 7/22/2009 Fact. warr. $169 Can
.deliver. 850-471-0330.


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Church Furniture. Does Crestview Nice 2br,
your church need Live-In Female cornm- ba, apt. w/d, stove, re-
pews, pulpit set, bap- panlon needed for frigerator, rear deck,
tistery, steeple, win- older female. Must 140 Lake St. $500/mo
dows? Big Sale on new clean, cook at least + $500 dep. 682-3514
cushioned pews and 1 meal a dayl Room
cushions for hard and board plus Crestvlew, Bent Creek
pews. (800)231-8360. some compensa- Aartments I, Vouchers
www.pewsl .corn tlon. References Accepted. Rental assis-
Kw~ng s Pwopma_ needed!. Crestview tance may be available.
King Pillowtop matt- area' Fa or e-mail 1 &2:BR, HC&non
ress & box set, still area Fax or mail HC accessible apah-
sealed. Warr. $235. 850 nfo: (850)398-80n@coxnet ments.
471-0330 Can deliver or Call 850-826-0228 209 Bent Ceek Road,
Mattress and Box Set, Crestview, FL. Call
Full Size Still sealed 850-682-5563,
from factory; new Looking for painting TDD/TTY 711. Equal
$135. 850 471-0330 and drawing teacher. Housing Opportunity
Microflber Sofa-$300, call-850-902-0707
Loveseat-$275 Both Medical
$500 Lifetime warr New I iI
in box. 850 471-0330 Office Manager Crest-vie- 2- r, 1.5 be
.Exp. Detailed Oriented TH $700 mo, $725 dd.
Manager, for a busy No smoke/pets. Near
Pediatric Practice. Must Walker Elem. 240-0890
3230 be able to use Medical
Crestview software and Crestview 2br, 1.5be
First Assembly QuickBooks, salary & TH on 103 Hampton
CHURCHWIDE benefits base on, exp. Dr. 1024sf, Pets'. ok,
ID Fax resume to Outside Storage. $525
YARD SALE! 850-689-0912 mo +SD. 850-682-8483
Sat. 7am-12,
400 S Ferdon Blvd. Crestview
Dave Ramsey said sell New
everything but the kids[l f W TO AY Townhomes
Crestview I 1901sf, 5 br, 3ba -
HUGE YARD SALE! Steele Magnolias $900 mo $1000.dep
Sat. July 25, 8am-?, Beauty Salon is look- + 1881sf, 3br, 2.5ba -
3132 D Cottonwoo d irig for experienced $875 mo $1000 dep.
Drve(Off Auburn Rd.) Hair Stylists & Nail + 1826sf. 3br, 2.5ba -
Crestview Technician. This is a $875 mo $1000 dep
Multi-Family great place to build + 1784sf, 4br, 2.5ba -
Garage Sale clientele. Call Cathy $850 mo $1000 dep
garage ale Steele Owner + 1760sf, 3br, 2.5ba -
Fri. & Sat. 7am-?, 2249 398-3362 $850 mo $1000 dep
Hwy 90 W (next door to -.
Wooley's Elec.) To Please Call
much to list Mon-Fri 7am-4pm:
Crestview 864-5426
Yard Sale I 4130 After Hours:'
F 1 r& t 699-0326, 585-1663
Fri & Sat. 8am-?, 248 Awesome .Career Op- or 830-3099
Bracewell St. Someth- opportunity $20/hr., Avg
ing for everyone. $57K/yr, Postal Jobs,
Crestview Pd Training, Vac. OT, .
YARD SALEI Full Benefits,. Pension m ,*MiiS,
Fri. &.Sat. July 24, 25, Plan. Call M-F, 8-5 .6140.
5821 Reinke Dr. Huge CST. (888)361-6551
3 piece desk,& much Ext. 1040 $8,000 1st
morel 689-8988 Time Home
Crestview' me -m ..
YARD SALE .Buyer Tax
Sat. July 25, Credit:!
7:30am-Until, 355 W. Flat screen TV or one
First Ave. (Behind room of new furniture
Family Dollar) Clothes '" .4 A with purchase of this
(boys & girls) Toys' h_ ome. 5948 Meadow
Books, Household F' Lane. 3/2/1 Brick
items, Patterns, Car I house w/fireplace.
Seats, Computer items, BUSINESS & FINANCIAL Qualifies for Rural
toy & sand box., Too 51o o- Business LoanProgram $118K.
much to list Opportunities 850-243-2172
5110 Money to Lend www.

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Crstvi5100 4Br 3Ba Foreclosurel
Crestview $11,500! Only $217/
YARD SALE! All Cash Vending! Do Mol 5% down 15 years
Sat. July 25, 8am-Until,. you earn $800 in a @ 8% apr. Buy, 3 Br
381 Riverchase Blvd. day? 25- Local Ma- $199/Mo! for listings
Holt chines and Candy (800)366-9783 ext 5798
tu eS $9,995. (888)629-9968
Furniture Sale! .B2000033 Call Us:
Fri. & Sat. July 24& 25, We wil. not be under-.l A
8am 4pm, 397 wil not be under-
Richman Rd. Destined s ____________ ..
to be family heirlooms: retv. .
L-Shaped cedar bar .-- Crestview 2BR/1BA
w/5 stools (many ex- Almost St. $500. mo
tras), one of-a kind an- ,8 -$500. dd. Call
:tique finish pie safe & ( 682-0078,
42 in Oak Entertain- Crestvlew '- 3br, Tba
ment Centerl For early L1 l1. downtown,. convenient
inquires call Ken @ location; window air &
537-0171 gas heat t510 m6d 4
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT SD 682.8483
'6100- Business/ '
S3300 Commercial rl, Trlr l
I -- 8 -- 6110 ApartmenJs r '
Airlines Are Hiring 6120o eencr, Rnm sis
Train for,,high paying 613I CondatTownnoujr rs. 5b .r/;'/
Aaiion Maintenance. 6140 Hsus6 Renials Crestview- 5br/3/ba
Career. FAA approved .155 Roommait wanted $1,100, 3br/ba $875.
program. Financial aid 160 Rooms for Rent Rick Epperson Realty
if qualified Housing 6170o Mole Hnme.LaI LLC 850-865-7777
available. Call Aviation 6160 Ot wn -R
Institute of Mainte- 6e9e Imesnar" Renlal"
nance (888)349-5387. 20 Vacation Renist
Attend College Online %5 I .
from Home. medical Crestvipw Country
*Business Paralegal 6100 li ving 3/4 mile north of
*Ac ting,. *Criminal ..i S e n.chool.
Justice. Job placement' ._ .B. $800.o mo
assistance. Computer Crestvewi 3B/1.5BA. $800. mo
available. Financial Aid Office Space $800. dd. Call
if qualified. Call Executive Offices in 830-8411 or 582-2722.
(866)858-2121, McClain, Office Plaza Crestview Nouses for
www.CenturaOnline.com on Hwy 85. Only 6 Rent. Several to
"'-- units left Rate in- choose 'from. Ctview,
cludes ALL utilities, Holt, 4 Dorcas areas.
"'. high speed internet, Call scott 850-546-1192
S- common area main- Cetiw Sa
( tainance and daily Crestview Small
cleaning. 682-0791 2BR/1BA 609 E. Chest-
nut Ave. Aval. Aug. 1
$395. mo Deposit &
I- L = Crestview Retail space Lease: Ref Required.
on John King Rd in Call 978-6305
EMP.OYMENT Soulrge Plaza. Un- Crestview 3 br, 1 b
4100 Help Wanted Iunii un, l 25 CH&A w/d hkups, $625
4110 Restaurants,Clubs Furnished pluhi of: m+ $600 dd hkupNo pets/
4120- Sales a lce. $825.- Ready to moking 8+ $600 dd. No pets/37096
4130- Employment move In! 850 651-9900 803-7096
Information Ask to speak to Buddy,
S, Byron, or Sonya


4*0 mCrestvlew- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $850 mol
Sp l $99,Moen eal Estate 315-0972
Special! --
Customer'Support Crestview- Quiet well- Crestvlew- 4 br, 2 ba,
L B 'maintained 2' jor, 1 be, 2 cg, FR 1635sf. 3 yrs
Lic. FL. Barber total electric 585-6985 old. $995 mo+dd. pet
For established Crest- ok 850-244-3131
view Barber Shop. Im- Crestvlew Bent Creek Crestview 4bd 2ba w/
mediate opening, Apts II Vouchers Ac- storage. shed, work
please call cepted. Rental assis- shop, carport,. Large
850-368-1322 a tance may be avail 1 & fenced yard. VERY pri-
,__r Trainees2 BR HC & non-HC ac- vate. Room for horses,
eeded Now at Wer- cessible apts. 209 Bent close to new schools
"Ceek Rd. Crest v and WaI-Mart. $1200
Earn up to $700 per TDD/TTY 711 m. +dd call 902-1065
Week after training. Housing Opportunity ______,, ___-"
Great Benefitsa No Ex- _____--------_---
perience needed Local Crestview I & II Apart-
15-day CDL Training ments
available With ;TDI .- -
1-877-214-3624 Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 & 2 BR HC & -
non-HC accessible
apartments for the eld-
Do Somerthingt 8'rl and the disabled.
be available. Call
850-682-5149, I
TDD/TTY 711.1450
xCoremo Drive, Crest-
view, FIL. Equal Hous- .-
m. ing Opportunity.
Crestvlew Inn A w
Motel $35 d $165 WK, CH VROI
l APT $180 Wk.. $525 4
Swk.Call 682-4466 _____________


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.rIAmnfAV Crestview- Share quiet For all land owners.
AW J3br brick home in Au- Your land or family
burn area $450 mo land. All Credit O.K.
incls utils Call 902-6081 850-682-3344
C'vlew- South of 1-10. 80-______
3br, 2ba, lcg, Screen Crestview- Fleetwood
porch, privacy fence. MH 2008, 3 br, 2 be, on
$725 mo+dd.682-8483 3 lots. Decks, Awning &
Carport. 685-0218
FWB Gated I S io | Get your share of the
Community Government
New 4 br, 3 ba, 2 cg, Baker Bailout...
2349sf, $2,050 month 3 br, 2 bae, CH&A. $575 Receive up to $8000 to
Sec. deposit required mo+500dd 537-4380 help buy your new
home... Call Clayton
Mo-Fri 7-4: 864-5426 Homes of Crestview for
After Hours:699-0326 Crestview 2br, 2ba details 850-683-0758
MH on 10 acres. $570 New Govern-
-f mo + security deposit ment Financing
NEW .r001V 850-832-0911 Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
Janet Johnson Crestview MH's for 4.75%. No Credit or
Realty, Inc. Rent. Several to Bad Credit OK! Call
Equal Housin ose fro. C'view, Clayton Homes of Cre-
qa oUsing Holt, & Dorcas areas, stview 850-683-0758
Opportunity call scott 850-546-1192
S682-1800

Baker Crestview- 2 br MH I 7170 'i
* 1724 Hwy 90 $500/mo +$500 dep. Lake Lot Deal Fell
3 br, 2 ba $675 No pets. 902-5432 Thrul 2.6 AC- $19,300
Crestview 682-8867 or 682-6514 Free Boat Slips! (was
~*14HAm f_$39,900) Secluded
S114.Hambpton, wooded lot w/ deeded
118 Hampton, Crestview-2 Remod- access to private
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535 eled 2br, 1be MH's stocked bass lake in
* 238 Runnymeade Dr, Quiet park. No pets. Tenn. Quiet rd front-
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595 $450 mo+dd 585-8192 age, utilities, warranty
* 214 Virginia St deed. Excellent financ-
2b 1.5 ba, $650, ing. Must see, call now
r, (888)792-5253, x3087
* 687 Valley Rd, Crestview Country side (888)792-5253, x3087
2 br, 1 ba; $650 2 bd 1 be., shed. $380.
* 206 Virginia St, mo. $300.dd 537-9798
2 br, 1.5 ba, $650 I 7
* 216 Virginia St, 7190
2 br,1.5 ba, $650 Coastal Georgia Bank
* 6020 Gagnon St, Holt 2 BR/1BA on pri- Ordered Sale 1+ Acre
3 br, 2 ba; $695 vate lot. W/D furnished. Ocean Access $29,900
b 575 PineAve, $450/mo. (850) (888)982-8952 x 5192
3 br, 2 bae; $700 499-7412 or 537-8528 www.oceanaccess299.
* 602 Henderson St, __com
Furn 2 br, 1 ba; $725 Lake Bargain! 3+ AC -
* 1090A Farmer St, Holt 3db 2ba 1 acre just $49,900 (was
Furn. 2 br, 1 ba; $725 private lot, W/D, fur- $89,900) Nicely
* 104 Corwin St, nished $650/mo. wooded, private lake
2 br, 2.5 ba, $725 499-7412 or 537-8528 access. Ready to build.
* 3278 Auburn Rd,. Owner will finance.
3bd/2ba, $750 Only one save big.
* 5292 Opportunity Dr, Call now (866)352-2249
3 br, 2 ba; $795 .l %
* 6247 Winstead Rd, ,
3bd/2ba, $800 .
* 5589 Wheeler PI,
, 12Q Swaying Pine,
3bd/2;5ba; $795 hL .
* 6474 Moonlight Ln, I
3 br, 2 bd; $995 :
* 2405 Mill Run Dr, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE AUTOMOTIVE MARINE'
3 br, 2 ba; $850 7100 Homes RECREATiONAL
* 6451 Moonlight Ln, 7105- Open Houses 8100 Antique & Collectibles
3br, 2ba, $895 7110 Beach Home/ 8110 Cars
* 803 Aunt Polly, Property. 8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
.3 br, 2 bd; $895 7120 Commercial 8130 Trucks
* 4034 Randi, 7130 Condo/Townhouse 8140 Vans
3 br,.2ba; $795 7140 Farms & Ranches 8150- Commercial
*o i 39 Sk n D 7150- Lots and Acreage. 8160 Motorcycles
S3219 Skyni ght Dr 7160-Mobtile Home's 8170 Auto Parts
3 br, 2 Da; $995 7170 Watertront & Accessories
* 194 Villacrest Dr, 7180 Investment 8210- Boats
3 br, 2 ba;..$995 1 Property 8220 Personal Watercraft
* 1420 Quail Ridge, 7190 Out-of-Town 8230 Sailboats
3bd, 2ba, $1100 Real Estate 8240 Boat & Marine
* 6042 Sand Hill Rd, 7200 TImeshare Supplies
4 br25ba $1250 8245- Boat Slips & Docks
erbr 2.5 b a, $1250 8310- Aircraft/Aviatlon
Commercial s8320 ATV/Off Road Vehicles
593 James Lee Blvd, 8330 Campers & Trailers
1600sf, $1200 p 7100 8340 Motorhomes
NEWLY ,
NEDEWLC Y 4Br 3Ba Forec, sure
S, $11,5b0! Only $217' '8110
RATES Mo! 5% down 15 yearsAcura Integra 95 $500
@ 8 % apr. 3 Br Acura inegra 9 $5001
Crestview 3/1 Duplex $199/Mo! for listings Honda Civic 97 $4001
only $560 mo/$560 dd (800)366-9783 ext 5760 Toyota Cary 98 $8501
Police ImFor d Tauru s 00 $900! For
Crestview 2/1 Duplex .. Police Impound For
only $500 mo/$500 dd listings call (800)366-
Bank Owned Prop-. 9813 ext 9275.
BWB 3/2 Cottage for eies Free Lists Buick Park
only $825 mo/$825 dd Cellstate Gulfcoast Avenue '97
'rn e U .R e a lty 8 5 0 -4 7 2 -2 5 0 0 K 5 . .. . "
$25.00 app fee, MUST I 8ay5 2-2500 160K mi., $2900.
provide references and . 537-2541 or 902-1089
phone numbers for Buy Police ImpoundsIl
these rates. References Destin 97 Honda Civic $4001
will be verified. Destiny West, .97 Honda Accord
B" wnu r '$5001 for listings call
Call 682-7731 for more By Owner '(800)366-9813 ext 9271
info Close to the beach,Donate Your Vehicle
-Beautiful 2- sto' Ronateven$1000VGrocle
stucco, tile roof, 4 b Receive $1000 Grocery
--V 2 bth on P'aradise Coupon United Breast
rUW 1'I sle. 3255 sqft, neigh- Cancer. Foundation
borhood pool, tennis, Free Mammograms,
Built n 2005 $820,000. Breast Cancer Info
Teel & Waters Call 83-3287 for show- www.ubcf.info Free
Real Estate ing.Agents welcome,' owing,- Tax Deducti-
-RENTALSeble, Non-Runners Ac-
6 RENTALS -cepted, (888)468-5964.
682-6156
3542 Auburn Rd,
$675, 3 BR 1 BA, 1 AC, 8170
S3819 Golden Acres CAMPER
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1AC' Individual :wants to
*217 Forrest Pkwy buy rou'e for invest- SHELL
$775, 3BR. 1 5BA ment. Call 651-0987 Black. Fits small Chevy
107 Beacon s Bend __or GMC. $200 dash
$900, 4BR, 3BA 892-6471
4 102 Trenton Ave
$945, 3BR; 2BA, 2CG
4 715 Majestic Prince, ..
$1100,3BR, 2BA 7150 8320
no, pets .50cc Baja Youth dirt
394 Riverchase Blvd bike, has all original
$1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CG, BWB papers & title Paid
5710 Seminole Dr, Parkwood $600. will sell for $300.
$700,3BR, 2BA, 2AC 1r' 902.3254 or902-3218
*# 2919 Aplin Rd, Estates Lot --
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1 CG $144,000 -l sE
4585 Live Oak Church Residential lot in
$1,300,.3BR, 2BA, 2CG gated Bluewater Bay 8330
S290 Main Street community. One .of Coachman/
$1500 Commercial the last vacant lots in
All Properties require a the Bolton Village Chap 280 BHS.
credit check, 1 year section. Level lot with 2005
lease, no inside smok-,' lrge oaks. Call (850) Exc cond. NADA listed
in, pbt fees are non 897-0993 after 5PM 16,800 N asking
Call Debra htip://members.cox.net/ $14,000. Loaded Cal
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