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ROADS TO RUIN


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin
PREPARING TO PAVE: Preliminary work to pave Kervin Road near The Pines subdivision has begun.
Neighbors in The Pines, however, can't help feeling frustrated that their streets are not being paved
after years of waiting.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
When Rosa Coleman ai
family qualified for funding
the State Housing Initiatives
nership (SHIP) Program I
her first home, she was ecst
well as appreciative.
She still is.
But after nearly four year
is beginning to lose hope th
roads in The Pines develop
which she lives will ever be I
"When I moved out her
told us the roads would be
in a year or a year and a half
longest," Coleman said.
"It's not just the fact that
on dirt roads, but there are
age issues," she said. "We ha
of standing water and pot
You're always afraid when y
a big gush of water the house
ing to flood."
Dust and mud effect mor
vehicle access, Coleman saic
"The kids are dirty before


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situation in The Pines

ROAD WOES
The Crestview News Bulletin occasionally hears from residents
nd her frustrated with the condition of their streets. With this article,
g from we introduce a periodic feature highlighting some of these
s Part- thoroughfares. Let us know if you have a problem with your
;o buy county or local road, and we might feature it in this column.
atic as Contact us at 682-6524 or e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletin.com.


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get to school," she said.
Some roads.in The Pines and
neighboring developments be-
come completely impassable in
*hard rains.
Bobolink Way has had to be
closed after recent storms because.
the potholes are so deep.
"We have a four-fodt crater at
the end of, the road. It's not pass-
able. My kids swim in it," said
Marnie Callicoat, a Bobolink Way
resident. "We've had two cars have
their airbags deploy when they hit
it."
Another neighbor had to move
her mailbox to the end of the
street because the Postal Service


refused to deliver on Kervin Road
any longer.
Now residents notice that a pav-
ing project has begun' on nearby
Kervin Road. However, Coleman
and her neighbors on Poinsetta
Avenue and Bobolink Way have
not received the same good news
about their streets.
"I think we've been pretty pa-
tient. All of us out here have been
patient and appreciative, but I
think our concerns have fallen on.
deaf ears," she said with a sigh. "I
think it's time the county stepped
up and did something about it."
See PINES A6


MICHAEL MANCINI


Courtesy of MARY MANCINI
MR. MUSIC: Michael Mancini
delighted audiences with his
orchestra.


The melody


lingers on

Scholarship"
perpetuates notable
Crestview musician's
legacy
Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Once a musician picks up
an instrument, he never puts it
down. And once he starts mak-
ing music, it never dies.
Such is the case with Michael
Mancini. From.his 1920s child-
hood in the New York borough
*of Queens to his "retirement"
in Crestview, he never stopped
making music.
ThoughMancini passed on tot
that grand ballroom in the sky
in January, his legacy lives on
through the newly established
Michael A. Mancini Sr, Gifted
Musician Scholarship at North-
west Florida State College.
"He really was a great guy,"
said Mancini' wife, Mary. "Every-
body who met him always asked
him what did you do, where did
Syou play, who did you meet, and
he would be happy to tell you."
The consummate big band
leader, Mancini began his mu-
sical career when he was just
a boy.
"He started playing profes-
sionally with his own band of
kids. He was the youngest,"
See MANCINI A7


Competition comes tumbling down

Laurel Hill man wins World Championship Domino Tournament


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KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
WORLD CHAMPION: Mike Danford of Laurel Hill
with his trophy from the World Championship
Domino Tournament in Andalusia.


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Only 55 people appear on
the list of World Championship
Domino Tournament champi-
ons.
Mike Danford of Laurel Hill
added his name to the elite list
earlier this month.
Danford, 57, and partner
Wayne Cline of Prague, Okla.,
claimed the doubles title at the
annual World Championship
Domino Tournament in An-
dalusia, Ala., held July 9 and
10. Danford and Cline split the
$3,000 top prize.
"It may seem simple to
some people, but it was ex-
tremely exciting to me," Dan-
ford said. "As a domino player,
you want to play with the best,


LEARN MORE
Go to http://www.
worlddomino.com to
learn more about the
World Championship
Domino Tournament.
and you want to beat them."
Andalusia has hosted the
annual World Championship
Domino Tournament since
.1976. More than $750,000 in
prize money and trophies have
been awarded in the tourna-
ment's 34 years. About 400 play-
ers competed in the 2009 event.
Most champions come from
the "dominoes hotbed" ofAla-
bama, Mississippi,, Oklahoma
See DOMINO A7


Twenty points from
the world champion
World Championship
Domino Tournament win-
ner Mike Danford had the
dominoes ready when I
asked him if he could show
me how to play during our
chat Friday.
We played one game of
"fives" to 250 points. The
basic idea of the game is to
place your dominoes so the
end numbers on all sides
add up to a multiple of five.
If the end dominoes are 3,
6 and 6, then you would get
15 points (6+6+3=15).
If you have unplayed
dominoes left over on your
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EDITORIAL. .......................... A 8
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BUSINESS......................... B4
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A2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Wednesday, July 29, 2009


News Briefs


Pedestrian injured
on Chestnut Avenue
A Crestview man was
found lying in the west-
bound lane of east Chestnut
Avenue, east of the inter-
section of Rayburn Street,
at 9:38 p.m. Saturday.
Jackie Christopher
Brooks, 43, sustained frac-
tured ribs and lacerations
to his facial area according
to reports from the Crest-
view Police Department.
Brooks was airlifted to Sa-
cred Heart Hospital in Pen-
sacola.
Circumstances sur-
rounding the crash are un-
known. The identity of the
vehicle involved in the ac-
cident and the driver cur-
rently are unknown. The
incident is currently under
investigation by the Crest-
view Police Department.
- Ann Spann / Crqst-
view News Bulletin

Prosecutor: More
OCSO arrests coming
It's been five months
since the FBI nabbed for-


mer Okaloosa County Sher-
iff Charlie Morris in Las
Vegas with a wad of ill-got-
ten gambling money in his
pocket.
A lot has happened since
then.
Morris and Teresa Ad-
ams, his administrative di-
rector, have been indicted
on federal charges, pleaded
guilty and now face sentenc-
ing. Seven members of the
Morris' inner circle, includ-
ing Adams, have been sent
packing by interim Sheriff
Ed Spooner.
Through all the turmoil,
Russ Edgar, special prose-
cutor for State Attorney Bill
Eddins, has been conduct-
ing a criminal investigation
of his own.
Soon, possibly this
week, Edgar and Eddins
will announce what they've
learned.
It won't be pretty.
"There are going to be
arrests made," Edgar said.
"Multiple arrests."
Morris and Adams al-
ready face 85 years in fed-
eral prison. But when the
state investigation began


March 5, Eddins didn't rule
out state charges being filed
against them.
- bTm McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom Newspa-
pers

Sheriff candidates
update
Joey Forgione, the Nicev-
ille Police detective ser-
geant, whose brother was
killed last year as a member
of the sheriff's Special Re-
sponse Team, is the fourth
candidate to pre-file for
Okaloosa's 2010 election.
His filing came a day
after the one-year anniver-
sary of his brother Anthony
Forgione's July 22, 2008,
death, the first of an on-duty
sheriff's deputy in Okaloosa
County.
In charge at the time of
the shooting was Charlie
Morris, the county's last
elected sheriff, an incum-
'bent who won four straight
terms in office.
But Morris now faces
federal prison time for run-
ning a Sheriff's Office bo-
nus kickback scheme, and


instead of a special election
to replace him, state law al-
lows for a new race during
the 2010 cycle.
Other candidates for the
office are:
* Rick Hord, a Mary
Esther Republican, former
Sheriff's Office spokesman
and a road deputy supervi-
sor;
* Cesar Morales, a non-'
affiliated candidate who ran
against Charlie Morris in
2000;,
* Jerry Vann, a Crest-
view Republican and retired
federal law enforcement of-
ficer.
Pre-filed candidates still
must officially enter the
race by qualifying in sum-
mer 2010.
To qualify, the law re-
quires a candidate gather
about 1,300 petition signa-
tures - or 1 percent of the
county's registered voters
in the last general election.
A candidate also can
qualify by paying about
$7,900 - or 6 percent of the
office's salary.
- Andrew Gant / Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers


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one Val-P suit
VALPARAISO - A federal
judge has dismissed the
city's Freedom of Informa-
tion Act (FOIA) lawsuit
against the Air Force.
U.S. District Judge M.
Casey Rodgers, who denied
the Air Force's motion for a
dismissal in April, dismissed
the case July 22.
Rodgers reserved the
power to reinstate the case
if either side filed a motion
within the next 60 days.
In addition to the Free-
dom of Information Act
lawsuit, Valparaiso also has
sued the Air Force over its
decision to bring 59 F-35s to
Eglin Air Force Base and
use its runway nearest Val-
paraiso.
Negotiations in that case
are under way.
In the settlement, the Air
Force agreed to give Val-
paraiso all of the noise data
collected on the Joint Strike
Fighter within 30 days of the
settlement's signing by both
parties. That date is Aug. 19.
Valparaiso commission-
ers plan to use the informa-

sible effects of the new train-
ing mission on the city.
- Mona Moore I Florida
Freedom Newspapers

Baby's burial covered
by donations
SThanks to the communi-
ty's generosity, the Moses
family will be able to bury
their baby.
A fund was established at
Eglin Federal Credit Union
to help bury Trey Moses,
the DeFuniak Springs baby
killed in a wreck Sunday
morning on County Road
393.
The family spent Thurs-
day looking into funeral
arrangements and will be
able to send Trey to one of
several funeral homes that
have offered their services
free of charge.
Donations collected
since the accident will pay
for burial expenses not cov-
ered by funeral homes.
The couple will also
be able to replace the car
wrecked in the accident that
killed the nine-week-old and
sent four others to the hos-
pital.
T'ey's father, Jason Mo-
ses was critically injured in
the wreck and is currently
at Sacred Heart Hospital
in Pensacola. Jason is ex-
pected to spend at least two
months in the hospital be-
fore starting rehabilitation
for injuries suffered in the
accident.
Go to https://sacred-
heart.org/ecards/ to send an
e-card. The e-cards should
be addressed to Jason Mo-
ses, ACC-12.


The family asks that
Trey's death not be men-
tioned in mail addressed to
his father Because of the se-
verity of his injuries, he has
not yet been told.
- Mona Moore / Florida
Freedom Newspapers

Heads of Rocky
Bayou arrested in
abuse case
A current and former
administrator at the area's.
largest Christian academy
have been arrested for fail-
ing to report a sex abuse
allegation, according to po-
lice.
Rocky Bayou Christian
School co-founder and in-
terim Superintendent Bob
Grete, 72, and former Super-
intendent Don Larson, 48,
were arrested Friday and
charged with failure to re-
port child abuse.,
Meanwhile, a 28-year-old
basketball coach, James
Laird Seagars Jr., had a
warrant out for his arrest on
charges of lewd and lascivi-
ous conduct. He was turned
himself in Monday.
Police detective Kate
Devine said the investiga-
tion was "kept very quiet"
since allegations arose
June 27, when the father of
a 14-year-old girl reported
"possible sexual abuse" to
Grete.
Grete "informed (the fa-
ther) not to contact the au-
thorities until after Rocky
Bayou Christian School
could conduct their own in-
vestigation," according to
his arrest report.
Police said Grete con-
tacted Larson for that inves-
tigation. Larson turned to
the school's lawyer, Jeff Mc-
Innis, who said the school
needed to gather written
statements from the family
and suspend the coach.
Then, according to re-
ports, McInnis advised Lar-
son to call the state Depart-
ment of Children and Fami-
lies' abuse hotline.
Larson did not, police
charged, because "he did
not perceive this as an
emergency situation and
no one was in immediate
danger."
The girl's father eventu-
ally called the hotline three
days after he went to Grete,
according to the report.
The father apparently
had seen a computer log
of a chat between the
basketball coach and his
daughter. He told Grete he
"didn't know if it was inno-
cent foolishness or if there
was something real to the
whole incident," the report
said.
Grete andsLarson were
"mandatory reporters" un-
der state law, Devine said.'
- Andrew Gant I Flori-
da Freedom Newspapers


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Wednesday, July 29, 2009


Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Arts BRIEFS


Harry Potter trivia contest winners pass their O.W.L.S.


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Football program
deadline is Saturday
AUG. 1 * Individuals,
businesses and organiza-
tions have only until this
Saturday, Aug. 1, to buy an
ad in this year's Crestview
football program.
"There is no better way
to say 'thanks for your busi-
ness' than to support the
youth of the community
through fund raising efforts
such as the CHS football
programs," said coordina-
tors Cindy Cook and Jessica
Thalacker.
Cook and Thalacker
noted that ad rates have de-
creased this year, beginning
at $35 for an eighth-page
black-and-white ad. A full
page color ad is $150. A color
"high profile" placement ad,
such as an inside or back
cover, is $265.
Ad sales benefit the Big
Red Machine. To buy an ad,
contact Cook at 217-9930 or
Thalacker at 758-0408, e-
mail BRM2012@cox.net, or
mail your ad and check to
Crestview High School, 1304
N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview,
FL 32536, ATTN: JodyDunn,
Band Director.

Schola Cantorum
auditions
Northwest Florida State
College's Schola Canto-
rum ("school of singing")
will hold auditions for new
members on Monday, Aug.
3 at 6:30 p.m. for additional
members.
Auditions will be held in
the music wing of the Mattie
Kelly Arts Center, building
J, room 312 on the NWFSC
Niceville campus.
There are limited num-
ber of openings in the sopra-
no, alto, tenor and bass sec-
tions of the group. Auditions
can be arranged by calling'
the director, John Leather-
wood, at 830-2062. Individu-
als interested in audition-
ing should be able to read
music. Previous experience
singing in choral groups is
desired.
Schola Cantorum is com-
prised of a diverse group
of singers of all ages from
across the two-county area
who present music from
across the ages. Much of
the music is unaccompa-
nied by instruments.
For more information
contact the director, John
Leatherwood, at 729-3132 or
830-2062.

Chamber Singers
auditions ,
The Okaloosa Chamber
Singers, now in its 12th sea-
son, is an auditioned choir
specializing in the perfor-
mance of classical choral
repertoire.
In the group's February
concert, celebrated harp-
ist Katie Ott will join the
OCS in the performance of
Janacek's setting of "Our
Father" in a program that
ranges from Haydn to Ger-
shwin.
Rehearsals start Tues-
day, Sept. 15, at Grace
Presbyterian Church in
Niceville. Auditions are
by appointment. For fur-
ther information and to
schedule an audition time,
call Dr. Marilyn Overturf,
director, at 682-9651.

Concerto competition
applications
The Northwest Florida
Symphony Orchestra Guild
and the Mattie Kelly Fine
& Performing Arts Center
at Northwest Florida State
College are proud to spon-
sor the 23rd. Annual Con-
certo Competition open to
students of orchestral in-
struments, keyboard, and
voice who are age 23 years
or younger.
Students compete for


prize money and the oppor-
tunity to perform with the
Northwest Florida Sympho-
ny Orchestra in a live con-
cert. Winners will perform,
at the music director's dis-
cretion, with the NFSO in
concert in February. Awards


and prize money will be pre-
sented to the winners at the
concert. Awards are $500
for the Junior Division win-
ner (students in grades up
to the eighth grade), $1,000
for the Senior Division win-
ner (students in grades nine
through 12), and $1,500 for
the College Division winner
(undergraduates who are 23
or younger).
Applications and contest
rules are available online at
www.nfsymphonyorg or at
the Fine Arts office of North-
west Florida State College
in Niceville. For more infor-
mation about the Concerto
Competition call 850-729-
5382. Completed applica-
tions must be postmarked
by Sept. 15 to be considered.
After the initial screen-
ing, applicants are selected
to participate in a live audi-
tion. Live auditions will be
held on Saturday, October
17 in the Tyler Recital Hall
of the Mattie Kelly Arts Ceri-
ter at NWF State College's
Niceville Campus. All ap-
plicants are required to pro-
vide their own accompanist
for the competition.

Arts Alliance
wins state and
Boeing grants
The Okaloosa Arts Al-
'liance announces it was
recently the recipient of a
$7,500 in grant money to
promote arts throughout
the county.
The Florida Division of
Cultural Affairs recently
awarded the Okaloosa Arts
Alliance (OAA) with the
Underserved Arts Commu-
nities Assistance Program
(UACAP) Grant totaling
$5,000. The grant will be
used for OAA salary assis-.
tance for the organization's
one paid staff member.
A $2,500 grant from Boe-
ing Corporation will be used
to cover the costs associated
with the third annual Family
Fin Arts Fest, scheduled in
the spring of 2010 at Hen-
derson Beach State Park
The festival will feature the
works of visual and perform-
ing artists from throughout
the county.
The Okaloosa Arts Alli-
ance is the officially desig-
nated non-profit arts agency
for Okaloosa County. The
OAA's north county com-
mittee will meet at 6 p.m.
on Aug. 25 at the Crestview
Public Library. (See related
story on this page.)



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We thought we made our Harry
Potter Trivia Contest pretty tricky.
Our readers, however, know their
stuff and easily got most of the an-
swers. More of you entered this con-
test, held on conjunction with the
Crestview Cinema 3, than our previ-
ous James Bond and World War II
contests.
And in the case of Harry
and his world, every entrant
more than handily beat the
eight-correct-answers mini-
mum we set for eligibility to
be in the running. The fewest
correct answers we had was
nine. Eight Muggles got all
11 questions correct. OSTER
We randomly chose from
all responses. Our top prize
winner was Brittny Ostermann, who
had nine correct answers, and won
four movie passes to the Crestview
Cinema 3.
Our second place winner, who
had 10 correct answers, was Amy
Rader. Michael Wigle took third
place. He had all 11 questions cor-
rectly answered.
Congratulations to our winners!
Mischief managed!
Here are the answers:

1) Into what academic house is
Harry Potter placed upon arriving
at Hogwarts for his first year?
C. Gryffindor

2) Veteran British actor Richard


Griffiths starred with Daniel Radcliff
on the London and New York stages
in "Equus." What recurring role did
he have in the Harry Potter films?
D. Uncle Vernon Dursley

3) What is the name of the train
students take from London's King's
Cross Station (Platform 9 3) to the
Hogsmeade rail station?
A. Hogwarts Express


4) In a game of Quidditch,
all of these following are
player positions except one.
Which is it?
D.. Bludger (it's the ball
used to knock an opponent
from his or her broomstick)


MANN 5) What is the name of
Neville Longbottom's pet
toad?
A. Trevor
(B., Errol, is the Weasley fami-
ly's old owl; C., Fawkes, is Profes-
sor Dumbledor's Phoenix; and D.,
Grawp, is Hagrid's half-brother)

6) Delores Umbridge has an af-
finity for what animal in "The Order
of the Phoenix"?
B. Cats
(D. Grindylows live at the bottom
of Hogwarts Lake, where they have
been domesticated by the Merpeo-
ple)

7) Professor McGonagall is the
teacher of what subject at Hogwarts
School of Witchcraft and Wizardry?
A. Transfiguration


(B., Divination, is taught by Profes-
sor Trelawney; C., the Potions master,
is Professor Snape; and Hagrid taught
D., Care of Magical Creatures)

8) Who'was the Prefect that sup-
posedly caught Hagrid opening the
Chamber of Secrets in Hagrid's third
year at Hogwarts?
B. Tom Riddle (boo! Hiss!)
(A., PercyWeasley, is Fred, George,
Ron and Ginny's older brother; C.,
Cornelius FRdge, is Minister of Mag-
ic; D., Albus Dumbledor, of course, is
Headmaster of Hogwarts)

9) What happens when Fawkes
the Phoenix drops his final feather?
D. He bursts into flame, then re-
generates from the ashes
(Answer C., Another angel gets
its wings, is for fans of "It's a Won-
derful Life")

10) Multi-Academy Award-win-
ning film composer John Williams
wrote the scores for the first three
Harry Potter films. What is the
name of the familiar theme music
he composed, which is used in all of
the films?
A. Hedwig's Theme (this one
ended up stumping more entrants
than any other question)

BONUS) What are the four
names that appear on the Maraud-
er's Map?
C. Mooney, Wormtail, Padfoot and
Prongs (This was supposed to be the
tricky one, but every last entrant got
it right!)


OAA forms north county group for artists and arts lovers


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Though only six people showed up
for the first meeting of the Okaloosa
Arts Alliance's north county commit-
tee, there Was an air of excitement
and expectation that the region is on
the threshold of seeing great things
happen in the local arts scene.
The local committee of the Oka-
loosa Arts Alliance met on July 20 in
the library's big meeting room.
Rae Schwartz, as a board member
of the OAA from Crestview, chaired
the meeting in the absence of the
OAA director who had intended to at-
tend until he took ill.
The conversation was good and
substantive. There was ample enthu-
siasm, not just due to the awareness
of a multitude of talented visual and
performance artists all over the area,
but because they now have a central
organization through which they can
promote north county arts.
Schwartz stressed that it's im-
portant for local artists to embrace
this opportunity. The more who get
involved, the more attention can be
garnered for the local arts communi-


- ty, and the more the Crestview area
community in:general can benefit,
the committee agreed.
"There is a lot of talent in
Crestview and the Crestview area,"
Schwartz said.
However, many local artists are
working solitarily and are unaware
of each other, she said. Regional net-
working is one of the advantages of
forming the OAA's local committee.
The new committee is an out-
growth of the former Cultural Arts
Council, which fizzled after some
internal dissention, Schwartz ex-
plained.
"One of the hardest parts of organ-
izing a group is the nuts and bolts,"
Schwartz acknowledged. "How do
we organize? What do we do?" she
asked rhetorically.
By forming a north county arts
group under the Okaloosa Arts Alli-
ance, its organizational structure is
already in place, she explained.
Membership is a reasonable $25
for individuals or $50 for arts organi-
zations, including schools. For the
one membership fee, all of a school's
arts programs - including theatre,
music and visual arts - would be in-


eluded, Schwartz explained.
Among other advantages is the
opportunity for local artists and arts
groups to apply for grant money to
further their works. The OAA recent-
ly awarded $10,000 in six grants to
county arts organizations, Schwartz
said. A grant-writing workshop in the
south end of the county was well at-
tended.
"Hopefully we will be doing a
second grant-writing workshop in
Crestview," Schwartz said. "That is a
.very valuable skill."
The OAA is helping coordinate
the arts component of a military ap-
preciation event on Sept. 12 at Santa
Rosa Mall, Schwartz said. There is
no charge for artists to participate,
and membership in the OAA is not
required.
The next meeting will be Tuesday
Aug. 25, at 6 p.m. at the library. All
artists, art lovers, art supporters and
art instructors should plan to attend.
For further information about
OAA membership and the local com-
mittee, contact Rae Schwartz at
bakerny@yahoo.com or visit Oka-
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Wednesday, July 29, 2009


Summer work experience program pays off for students


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
They spent their sum-
mer vacation learning
about crime scene investi-
gation, aerospace, energy,
health care and more.
The 39 students who took
part in the Summer Youth
Work Experience Program
in north Okaloosa County
gained a r6sum6 full of ca-
reer experience in just four
weeks.
The program was spon-
sored by Okaloosa-Walton
JobsPlus. Finding came
from the federal stimulus
monies.
"The theory is to give
the youth in the community
an opportunity to do career
exploration and some job
experience opportunity,"
JobsPlus Chief Operating
Officer Linda Sumblin said.
"It's been absolutely phe-
nomenal."
The students enjoyed a
"Celebration of Success"
this past Thursday to con-
clude the program. Several
students spoke of how the


PHOTOS BY KYLE WRIGHT I Crestview News Bulletin
COURSE COMPLETED: At left, these 39 students completed the Summer Youth Work Experience Program offered
in the north county. RECOGNITION: At right, Chelsea Frye was recognized on the final day of the Summer
Youth Work Experience Program


program made an impact
on them.
One said he would be
the first to sign up next
year if the program is,
offered again.
Another spoke of how
she had never contemplat-
ed a career in aerospace,
but the experience in the
program opened her eyes to
opportunities in that field.


The students, ages 14-
17, were selected by part-
ner agencies.
"It was for people in the
community who needed
that extra boost-to get out
into career exploration,"
Sumblin said.
The students spent the
first week of the program
learning the basics of how
to get a job - how to dress


for success, how to inter-
view, how to shake hands,
how to make proper eye
contact and more. They
also learned money man-
agement techniques.
The students spent the
next three weeks learning
about career fields of their
choice.
Some learned how law
enforcement officials con-


duct a crime scene investi-
gation.
Maya Thomas, 17,
flew model airplanes and
learned about the aero-
space industry at L-3 Crest-
view Aerospace.
Some earned their Red
Cross licensing in connec-
tion with visits to North
Okaloosa Medical Center
Demerica Smith, 16,


went on a field trip to Pen-
sacola to see how Gulf Pow-
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"I enjoyed the program,"
said Smith. "My favorite
part was the energy camp.
We went to Pensacola and
learned about energy and
different jobs.
"We also learned how
to manage our money and
balance our checkbooks. I
liked that the most from the
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Just like in the real world,
students' pay was docked
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ing the "Celebration of Suc-
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Crestview News Bulletin I A5


EXTENSION CONNECTION


Take stock of your fish pond


Gerald Edmondson
Okaloosa County Extension
Florida has thousands of natural and
man-made ponds, ranging in surface
area from less than one-tenth of an acre
to greater than 10 acres. Man-made
ponds include dug-out and impounded
waters, lime rock pits, sand or gravel
pits (commonly called borrow pits).
Ponds that consistently produce good
catches of fish require the proper
stocking of the correct species, number
of fish, a balanced harvest of mature
fish, good water quality and proper
aquatic vegetation management. The
annual harvest of fish can provide hours
of recreation, an excellent source of
food and even a supplemental income.
Largemouth bass, bluegill
(commonly called sunfish or bream),
and channel catfish are the most
commonly stocked species in Florida
ponds. When properly managed, these
species can provide excellent fishing.
The largemouth bass is a predatory
species and requires large numbers
Sof small fish as prey to maintain
good growth. Many pond owners are
reluctant to stock bluegill into their
ponds because of their tendency to
overpopulate and stunt. However, when
bluegill are stocked in conjunction with
bass and properly fished, this species
provides food for the bass and a fine
sport fish for the angler. Without bluegill
Sor other suitable prey species, a quality
bass fishery will not develop.
The channel catfish is both a popular
food and sport fish in Florida. This
species should bestocked alone in
Spends smaller than one-half acre or in
ponds that are muddy throughout the
year. In larger ponds, catfish do well


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when stocked alone or with bass and
bluegill.
New or reclaimed ponds are
normally stocked with small (1- to 4-
inch) fish, called fingerlings. These
small fish will produce harvestable
populations in one to two years. Care
must be taken to make sure that wild
fish are not present in the pond or newly
stocked small fish may be eaten.
It is critical that the correct number
of each species of fish is stocked.
In Florida, 100 bass and 500 bluegill
fingerlings are normally stocked per
acre. Catfish can be stocked at 100 per
acre, along with the bass and bluegill
or by themselves in catfish-only ponds.
If the catfish are to be fed, then higher
stocking rates of catfish can be used.
Bluegill and catfish are normally
stocked in the fall, and bass are stocked
the following spring. Stocking bluegill
in the fall will allow them to spawn,
providing the small bass with a forage
base. Catfish are stocked in the fall to
allow them to grow large enough that
the bass will not be able to eat them.
A small pond is a great way to
introduce kids to the outdoors and
fishing and instill in them a hobby
that can last a lifetime. If you need
help or information on managing your
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Familiar name charged in air conditioner theft


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Rhett Butler - not the
character in "Gone With
the Wind," but a Crestview
man with the same name
- faces charges in connec-
tion with the removal and
theft of air conditioners
from a local church.
Rhett Michael Butler,
47, of Main Street faces
charges of burglary to
an unoccupied structure,
grand theft and felony
criminal mischief.
When witnesses ob-
served someone loading an
air conditioner from Gar-
den City Baptist Church
into a tan Toyota truck, the
Okaloosa Sheriff's Office
was notified.
A sheriff's deputy
caught up with the truck
on Auburn Road. With the
air conditioner was "a lot of
other scrap metal/copper
in the bed of the truck," the
deputy stated in his arrest
report.


Butler told the
deputy the scrap
came from Fort
Walton: Without be-
ing asked, he told
the deputy, "Pastor
Dennis gave me the
A/C," explaining
"the pastor of the
Garden City Bap-
tist Church set it
by the road after he


had replaced some units,"
according to the arrest re-
port.
However, the officer
noticed "the copper lines
were still sweating" and
"the condensing unit was
also still cold, indicating
that it had been recently
running."
A check of the church.
revealed that an air con-
ditioner was missing from
the east side of the build-
ing.
"It had been cut away
with a tree pruner, which
was left on the scene," the
report stated. A second
unit had also been removed


but was still on the
scene.
In addition two
I 'other air condition-
ing units had their
electrical boxes
"ripped from the
RHET wall," knocking
RHET out power tO the
MICHAEL church and the
BUTLER rest of the block.
Pastor Dennis


Robinson informed the
deputy that no one had
been given permission to
remove any equipment
from the church. The
missing unit was, in fact,
new and valued at $1,000.
Damage to the other
units and the church was
$3,500.
Only after he was on his
way to jail did Rhett Butler
give a darn.
He told the deputy "he
had never done anything
like this before, and wanted
to write a letter of apology
to the church."
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Local


Wednesday, July 29, 2009


Five-love vote for court reburbishment


Council approves

tennis court repairs

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
In what was certainly one of its
briefest assemblies, the Crestview
City Council made fast work of a
small agenda at its Monday night
meeting.
Public Services director Wayne
Steele requested the council ap-
prove badly needed repairs to the
city's Parks and Recreation de-
partment tennis courts at Twin
Hills Park
In a letter to Steele, Parks and
Recreation director Chuck Powell
said, "As Crestview continues to
grow... we will see additional inter-
est in the sport of tennis."
The courts, however, have not
been repaired in more than 15
years.
"It's been since 1993 that any-
thing's been done and that was a


. . I


Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
15 YEARS: Mayor David Cadle presents a service award to Regina Fowler (left), an employee of
the Administrative Services department. 20 YEARS: Beverly Baggett (right), who has worked 20
years for the Crestview Police Department, received her service award from Mayor Cadle.


small effort at that time," Steele
told the council.
The repairs would be funded
from this year's budget from the
Public Services improvement ac-
count. The current lowest bid is
$18,785, Steele said, with one more
bid being anticipated.
After ascertaining that Steele
had the funds in his budget, coun-


cil member Linda Parker moved to
approve the repairs to the courts,
which would also include the out-
door basketball court. Seconded by
council member Charles Baugh,
the request passed unanimously.
In other business:.
* Councilman Tin Grandberry
recommended retaining Clyde
Hayes on the Historic Preservation


board. The council unanimously
approved the appointment.
* Mayor David Cadle reported
that he had forwarded the council's
recommendation for Amtrak ser-
vice to the city to the area's repre-
sentatives in Congress.
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PINES from page Al


The county responds
County Commissioner
Wayne Harris shares The
Pines' residents' frustra-
tion.
'That area should never
have been developed with-
out putting infrastructure
in there," Harris admitted.
"I'm disappointed in the
county for allowing it to be
developed without the in-


frastructure in place. We
expect it of other develop-
ers; we should have ex-
pected it of this one."
County Roads Division
manager Russell Barry
said one of his office's goals
is to grade every dirt road
in the county at least once
a week.
Maintenance requests
are addressed as promptly
as resources allow, Barry


said.
"I get probably eight to
ten work orders - citizen
requests - a day," Barry
said. "We attempt to tackle
those as fast as we can."
"I want to get as many
roads as possible done over
the next four years," Harris
said. "My goal is to achieve
as much possible with in-
frastructure as I can."
Barry encouraged resi-


dents who have mainte-
nance needs to contact the
Public Works office, or use
the online request form on
the county's Web site, www.
co.okaloosa.fl.us. You may
call in requests to 689-5030.
"I promise we'll address
them, Barry said. "There
will be some things we
can't do. But maintenance
issues we can probably at-
tack pretty aggressively."


A spokesperson for Cor-
nerstone Construction &
Development, Inc., one of
the builders in The Pines
area, said Cornerstone
Construction & Develop-
ment, Inc., never told resi-
dents that the roads would
be paved in a certain time
frame.
The spokesperson said
proper infrastructure was
in place when the area was


developed by the original
developer in the late 1950s
or early 1960s, and.that the
county agreed to maintain
the roads in the area at
that time. She said Corner-
stone Construction & De-
velopment, Inc., has filed
suit against the county be-
cause, they say, they have
lost money because the
roads have not been main-
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* Larry Tipton with the Work-
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got a job at the job fair. It's the con-
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important."
* Two longtime city employees
were recognized by the mayor for
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Wednesday, July 29, 2009


L local


Cresiview News Bulletin I A7


MANCINI from page Al


Mary Mancini said. "He played so
well that a professional band got
him to play with them when their
man got sick."
The experience led to more
gigs. Soon Mancini was playing in
New York's famed "Borscht Belt"
resort hotels.
"He played Geiger's Hotel in
the Catskill Mountains," Mary
Mancini said. "He was only a kid.
He was always younger than the
men in his band."'
World War II found Mancini
playing a substantially different
venue from the hotel grand ball-
rooms associated with big band
orchestras. While in the U.S. Navy,
he served as a musician aboard
the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid.
IAfter his discharge in 1946,
Mancini formed the Don Michaels
Orchestra. ("Michael Mancini"
sounded a little too "ethnic" to
be marketable at that time, Mary
Mancini explained.)
The band played engagements
from California to New York, in-
cluding the regionally renowned
Piccadilly Club in Pensacola. Along
the way Mancini crossed paths
- and periodically performed -
with some of the most legendary
names of the swing era.
"I have so much memorabilia,"


PUTTING' ON THE RITZ
A benefit for the Michael A.
'Mancini Sr. Gifted Musician
Scholarship at Northwest
Florida State College. Aug. 1,
7:30 p.m., at the Sons of
Italy, 808 South Drive, Fort
Walton Beach, featuring the
Twilight Jazz Band, Sandra
Daggs, decadent desserts and
a cash bar. $20 per ticket.
Call 689-1115 for tickets and
information.

Mary Mancini said.
While workingwithDr. Cliff Her-
ron, head of the NWFSC Humani-
ties, Fine .and Performing Arts
division, to establish the scholar-
ship in her husband's name, Mrs.
Mancini offered the school its pick
of the vast collection of music me-
mentos she and her husband had
accumulated over the decades.
"Dr. Herron and his staff were
mesmerized by it," Mrs. Mancini
said. "On a menu, handwritten,
were Jackie Gleason's autograph
and Martha Rae's! Dr. Herron put
me in touch with the lady who runs.
the college's music library.
"It should go there. It's the


proper thing to do, because Mike
lived and breathed music. He
would just absolutely be thrilled
that it's going to the college."
He would also be tickled to
know of the scholarship founded
in his honor.
Fittingly,, Darin Jordan of
Crestview, the first scholarship re-
cipient, plays tenor sax.
"That's eerie! That's Mike's
favorite instrument!" exclaimed
Mrs. Mancini. "I just think these
things are meant to be."
"Mr. Mancini was Mr. Music
around here for all our band stu-
dents, so it's good they are honor-
ing him with a music scholarship,"
observed Sylvia Bryan, director of
marketing and community rela-
tions for NWFSC.
"Darin is just a stellar per-
former," Bryan said. "When he
auditioned for the scholarship, the
faculty gave him an ovation, he
was that gbod."
Mary Mancini hastens to point
out her husband was no rela-
tion to composer Henry Mancini,
"Though through the years they
crossed paths several times," she
said.
"However, Mike grew up in the
same neighborhood as Tony Ben-
nett, and they took their lessons at


Julliard and in the original Carn-
egie Hall," Mary Mancini said:
"Then they used to go to Harlem
at night and hear all the best horn
players.
"In those years, all these great
folks were not great yet. They were
just musicians trying to make it,"
she said.
Mancini traveled around the
country and abroad making music
with the likes of Duke Ellington,
and Louis Armstrong and even a
Madison Square Garden appear-
ance with Marilyn Monroe.
Mike and Mary Mancini retired
to the Emerald Coast in 1971. They
lived in Gulf Breeze and in Fort
Walton Beach before moving to
Crestview 13 years ago. They ran
several music stores, including
one in Crestview.
Duke Ellington's daughter
Mercedes was artistic director of
the Mancini Performing Arts Cen-
ter in Fort Walton Beach.
"He always wanted to keep
music in the middle of his life,"
Mercedes Ellington said of Mike
Mancini.
One of center's students was a
young Demetrius FUller, previous
conductor of the Northwest Flori-
da Symphony Orchestra and now
director of the Sinfonia Gulf Coast.


"You don't realize what you
have until down the road when
you see what opportunity you had
to be around this great person,"
Fuller said.
"With us, it was usually two
minutes of playing and 28 minutes
of talking about a gig he had with
another music legend," Fuller
added.
Mancini died on New Year's
Day in January. The scholarship
to perpetuate his musical legacy
was a logical tribute.
"Mike was never a guy who
would blow his own horn and say,
'Oh, name that after me,'" Mary
Mancini said.
To help raise money for the
scholarship, a fundraiser will be
held Aug. 1 at the Sons of Italy in
Fort Walton Beach. Naturally, it
will be a night of swing music and
dancing, featuring the Twilight
Jazz Band and Sandra Daggs.
"Musicians rally for musi-
cians," Mrs. Mancini explained.
"They donated their time for it.
They gave up a paying job to come
do this so students can get into the
music program."
Michael Mancini's baton has,
indeed, passed to a new genera-
tion of jazz musicians. He'd like
that.


DOMINO from page Al


and Texas.
Danford has played com-
petitive dominoes since 1978.
He has finished as high as
third in the World Champi-
onship Domino Tournament
singles competition, in 1992.
He and Cline were paired
in a blind draw at the start of
the tournament. The double
partners are determined
by blind draw so longtime
partners won't have an ad-
vantage.
Danford and Cline won
one of the eight preliminary
brackets to reach the quar-
terfinals. They eliminated a
past champion en route to
the championship round.
"I would have- been
happy to come home then,"
Danford said. "Then we won
again, and we were in the
top four. And then we won
that one, and we were guar-
anteed first or second."
Danford and Cline faced
a challenge in the champi-
onship round against Harold
Marler and Macky Barns of
Mississippi, who had com-
bined for 13 World Champi-
onship Domino Tournament
titles.
"We were the under-
dogs," Danford said. "There
were probably 75 people left
around the table, and 90 per-
cent of them were for us."
Danford and Cline won
the best two-of-three contest
in two games, to the delight
of the crowd.
"We just jelled together,"
Danford said. "When we
won (Cline) jumped up and
hollered and threw his hat.
"It just worked out that
we beat them."
Danford estimates domi-
noes success is about 75 per-
cent skill and 25 percent luck
of the draw.
This perhaps was illus-
trated when he returned
home from the World Cham-
pionship Domino Tourna-
ment and promptly lost the


first six games he played
against his regular playing
partners.
The local group includes
J.J., Tommy "Two-Hand"
Willis, "Tricky" Ricky
Brown, "Easy" Wayne Ren-
fro, "Cowboy" Williams and
"Firewater" Chief.
(Danford's nickname is
"Flipper" because he once
flipped his truck into the Yel-
low River).
Danford also got sup-
port from "my biggest fan"
Chris Pitts, a former Special
Olympics gold medalist in
bocce ball, who has been an
avid fan of Danford's for the
past two years.
"The reason I'm competi-
tive today is because I found
five or six people in the sur-
rounding area that play,"
he said. "Like anything, the
more you play, the more you
learn and the better you get.
I won this year because I
had good competition all
year long. I thank them for
being dedicated enough to
play a little dominoes."
The local group was
equally thrilled for Daniel
Jackson, an 8-year-old from
Laurel Hill who finished
third in the youth division.
Watching Jackson learn
the game brought back
memories for Danford, who
learned the game from his
grandmother in the late
1950s. He also was about 8
when he learned the game.
"They wouldn't let me
play at the service station,"
Danford said. "I would walk
across the street to my
grandmother's madbecause
they wouldn't let me play."
He was hooked, and
hopes others in the area will
pick up the game
"It's a game anybody can
play, from 8 to 100," he said.
"It's just a fun game. I en-
courageeverybody to play
because it's good clean en-
tertainment."


POINTS from page Al


side of the table when your
opponent runs out of domi-
noes, the values on those
pieces count against you.
You could tell the dif-
ference between the world
champion and the reporter.
Danford usually could tell
the dominoes on my side of
the table after a few pieces
were played, based on the
few pieces on the table and
the pieces I did or didn't
play. Danford also could tell
me things like "you need a
2 and a 5 to scoi'e" just at
a glance, whereas I would
have needed several min-
utes to do the math.
Danford told me, "I
didn't cut you any slack"
when we were done, but in
truth I would have missed a
bunch of scoring opportuni-
ties if he hadn't helped me
along.
Somehow, I actually led
50-30 after the first round
and 85-60 after the second
round.
Danford took command
of our game in Round 3. He
had most of the dominoes
with a 2 on his side of the'
table, and then he threw
down a double-2 to start the


hand. I had to draw literally
the entire pile of dominoes
before picking up a 2 to
complete my turn. I wound
up with 70 points left over
on my side of the table when
the round ended, meaning
70 points for Danford. That
gave the world champion a
145-110 lead.
The lead got as big as 70
before I made a bit of a late
run.
I entered what turned
out to be the final hand
trailing 230-205. I got my
hopes up when I used some
conveniently placed 6s to
score a 15-pointer - only
to see Danford use my own
domino against me to score
the five points he needed to
end the game.
He had planned it all
along.
Final score: World cham-
pion 250, newspaper editor
230.
"And you can just say if
you hadn't had to give me
those 70 points, you would
have won," Danford told me.
Sounds like a good story.
I'm sticking to it!
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Opinion


Wednesday, July 29, 2009


HUBBUB
Here is a sampling of what people had to say about re-
cent north Okaloosa County news topic. Comments were
collected from the crestviewbulletin.com Web site.
Topic: North Okaloosa Fire District commissioners
concerned by possible discrepancies between charter
and state statutes.
It is like you want them to fail, even at your own expense.
Who are you going to call when your home catches fire or
worse? Don't expect someone else to come and do it for
free.

Not fail, just learn to budget better, run the department
properly and stop borrowing money they can not afford to
pay back Live within a budget, not expect the taxpayers to
bail them out when they get into debt over their heads. I will
call the fire department if I have a fire and there will still be
one.
Topic: Infant killed in auto accident on CR-393; com-
munity donations help family pay for burial
I'm not going to say in which way I was on scene, but I
was a responder on the scene of this tragic incident. First,
no matter what the reason, the mother lost her child, and
she did nothing wrong. She wasn't in the car. As for the
comments on the drinking, until it is made public and con-
firmed nobody can be sure if there was alcohol involved. If
you were on scene you shouldn't be talking about what you
did saw or assume went on. You are opening yourself up
for a lawsuit for you and your agency. Let's just hope that
this doesn't become a bigger tragedy than it already is. My
thoughts and prayers are with the families of the survivors,
and the thought that maybe this senseless tragedy may be
avoided in the future. Also remember the first responders
who were on scene of this accident also have to deal with
the memories of what happened that night. They are the
ones that see the tragedy first hand and have to deal with it
every time something like this happens.

I am glad that people stuck together and gave at the
bank to help this family out. The baby deserved a proper
funeral. It's just a very sad situation.
Topic: News Bulletin Sports Editor Randy Dickson
weighs in on criticism of recent sports hires at Crest-
view High School.
I think the problem has been that there are qualified
people that are teachers, at different schools, that were
not given that opportunity. I have spoke with a coach in
particular at a school that had experience coaching at the
high school level in both basketball and volleyball, who said
he wanted to coach at the high school if given the chance.
He was not chosen for whatever reason and it really doesn't
make a whole lot of sense to some people.... It just seems
odd that you wouldn't hire a qualified candidate that is al-
ready employed by the school system.
Topic: Sidewalks and pedestrian paths are only north
county projects listed on initial Okaloosa-Walton Trans-
portation Planning Organization (TPO) priority list.
That is just what we need, a sidewalk on Aplin and An-
tioch. We don't have anything else to spend this money on,
like maybe some kind of bypass to help the traffic problem
- Oh yeah, we don't have a traffic problem in Crestview. If
we make a bypass that would take away from businesses'
profit; I forgot.
Topic: News Bulletin publishes article on signs along
public roadways, a topic that was brought up on the
News Bulletin message board and in a recent Crestview
city council budget meeting.
It's getting out of hand. People put up yard sale signs
and don't take them down. So many rusty nails in my corner
lot telephone pole.

Who cares? Aren't there more important things to worry
about?
Want to add to the Hubbub? Send your thoughts on any
north Okaloosa County news topic to kylew@crestview-
bulletin.com, or post your thoughts at www.crestviewbul-
letin.com, or visit our new message board at http://forums.
crestviewbulletin.com.


Profundity


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PASSING SHOTS I KYLE WRIGHT


Congratulations to our award winning staff


We received some good news in
the mail from the Florida Press Asso-
ciation this past week
The Crestview News Bulletin re-
ceived four awards in the 2008 Better
Weekly Newspaper contest..
The News Bulletin received sec-
ond place in the Front Page Makeup
category. The News Bulletin was
third in the Overall Graphic Design
category.
News Bulletin Sports Editor Ran-
dy Dickson took third
'place in the Sports
Feature Story catego-
ry. And the News Bul-
. letin Web site, www.
Screstviewbulletin.
. com, was third in the
S Web Site Development
RANDY category.
DICKSON The Front Page
Makeup award is a
credit to the talents
of Greg Allen, our
graphic designer. Greg
designed the front
pages considered in
the FPA competition.
SGreg no longer de-
GREG signs our print news-
ALLEN paper, but you see his
skills on display in our
advertisements and in our monthly


special sections.
"Great graphically, good typog-
raphy, strong news," were the com-
ments from the judges.
The Overall Graphic Design award
truly was a team effort. Some of the
papers submitted for the contest
were designed by Greg Allen. Some
were designed by Tracey Steele at the
Northwest Florida Daily News, who
designed the Crestview News Bulletin
print edition in the spring and sum-
mer of 2008. Others were designed
by the crew at the Florida Freedom
Newspapers "Hub Desk" in Panama
City, the group that currently designs
the Crestview News Bulletin print
edition.
We had thought we made those
transitions successfully last year with-
out readers seeing a decline in the
quality of the News Bulletin print, edi-
tion. This honor validates that belief. :
"Good photography, good feature
graphics, strong news and look," were
the comments from the judges.
Randy Dickson was recognized for
his feature article, "Exclusive Club:
The stories behind Crestview's record
kicks." Randy profiled the players
who hold the Crestview High School
football program school records for
longest punt (Walter "Red" Barrow),
longest field goal (Josh King) and


longest free kick (J.T Arnold). The
article was written in the aftermath
of Arnold's stunning 60-yard free kick
that lifted the Dawgs to a win in their
regular season finale.
"Great idea, and good reporting
by digging up quotes," were the com-
ments from the judges.
(We have to credit an assist to CHS
football coach Matt Brunson, who
approached Randy with the storyidea
and helped track down the players
interviewed for the story).
The News Bulletin Web site was
recognized for the improvements that
have resulted in more than 150,000
page views per month during the
first half of 2009. This'year we've in-
creased the number of stories visible
on the Web site, greatly increased the
number of photos available on the
site, updated our videos and promo-
tions more frequently, and introduced
the "Crestview Chatter" message
boards.
We look forward to serving our
readers with more award-winning
efforts in the days, weeks and months
to come!
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.corr�'


Chatter Box


Here's a sampling of
some of the notable com-
ments posted on the Crest-
view News Bulletin's new
online message board,
the Crestview Chatter at
http://forums.erestviewbul-
letin.com.

Subject: North Okaloo-
sa County's worst roads:
I wanted to mention
Kerviri Road. The County
Commission has recog-
nized our struggle, and we
have been added to the
list of those roads to be
maintained. We have not
seen a grader yet, but we
are hopeful that one will
arrive soon. The County
Road Department really
has its hands full. Kervin
Road is still in poor shape,
and I hope it will see work
before a third heart attack
victim gets mired in an
ambulance or a pregnant
woman loses her baby due
to premature labor induced
by all the potholes. It can
take up to 15 minutes to
drive down a couple miles
of road at a speed that
will not tear up your car.
Just a couple weeks ago, I
talked to a neighbor whose,
tie rod broke, and he was
waiting for a friend to
come by with a tractor to
tow him home. Thanks to
(recent) rain, Kervin Road
is in worse shape than it
usually is. I would like to
thank our neighbors who
have been running their
tractors up and down this
road for years to grade it
themselves. Their com-
munity service will not be
forgotten.
- OpsCenter

Hwy. 393 from 90 north
to Poverty Creek will ruin


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your car! When is it going'
to be repaved?
- Grandmaof3

Subject: NOFD citi-
zens committee recom-
mendations
All of the points made
from the citizens review
committee are valid points.
One of my questions would
be why couldn't the cur-
rent administration and
current people who run
the NOFD figure this out
on their own. The biggest
way to solve this would be
cut your spending. It seems
that the other fire districts
in the north are all in some
kind of financial problems.
They aren't going out and
stirring up the public arid
raising a big fuss about it.
It's simple. If you don't have
the money don't spend
the money. Getting more
loans will not get you out
of.the mess. Having other
districts take over some of
your area definitely won't
help. You do that then you
lose tax money. How will
that help? And also that
puts more strain on the
other districts to cover
more area with what they
have. Overspending is the
biggest problem that exists
and the only way to stop
this is don't spend.
- nwfflfirefighter

Subject: Why are gas
prices higher in Crest-
view?
I've never seen an ex-


planation about why gas
prices are higher in Crest-
view (and Niceville) than
FWB and Destin. It is more
expensive to deliver fuel to
FWB and Destin, and the
visitroids are located there.
Logic would have it that the
gas would be more expen-
sive on Destin and FWB. Is
it taxes? What's the scoop?
- Stuck on Ferdon

The News Bulletin did
a story on this back in
2007. The answer we were
given at that time was the
fuel came from Niceville,
and the higher price in
Crestview was to recoup
the expense to transport
the fuel from Niceville to
Crestview.
There in turn are all
kinds of sub-questions that
can be based off of that
explanation, but that's the
basic explanation we got
back in 2007.
- Kyle Wright / News
Bulletin Editor

I'm not buying that ex-
planation.
Ijust returned from
vacation and gas prices in
Okaloosa County in general
and even more so in Crest-
view are among the highest
I've seen as far south as
Volusia County (Daytona
Beach). I paid $2.29 for gas
in Marianna Saturday and
when I got to Fort Walton
Beach it was $2.39.
At least we don't live in
Live Oak where it is still in
the $2.60 range.
- Randy Dickson /
News Bulletin Sports Edi-
tor

Can anyone really ex-
plain why (a station near
Interstate iO) is cur-


rently 10 cents higher than
(another station) at the
interstate? And why it is
cheaper than at the corner
of Main and 85? I get my
gas in FWB because I work
there. I have my son get
gas in FWB when he has
class at the college. And
being involved in CAYA
football I look forward
to my trips to Andalusia,
and Straughn so I can get
some nice cheap gas up
there. Why is gas more
expensive in Niceville than
FWB since the dock is
right there? To paraphrase
Shakespeare, "Something
is rotten in the county of
Okaloosa."
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Wednesday, July 29, 2009 w w w. c restvie w bulletin . c om Page 1


News

& 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 signups
continue at the BAYA
ballparks July 30 and
31 from 5 to 7 p.m.,
and Aug. 1 from
9 a.m. until 4 p..m.
Any questions
,please call 537-4549.
Leave a message if
there is no answer

YMCA Flag football
and fall soccer
Registration is being
held for theCrestview
Family YMCA flag
football and fall soccer
leagues through
Sept. 14 at the-
Crestview YMCA at
298 N. Wilson Street.
The season runs
Oct. 10-Nov. 12.
Cost is $36 for
YMCA members and
$48 for non-members.
For more information
call the YMCA at 689-.
2999.

SHeavy Hitters
workouts start
Aug. 1
Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U
baseball workouts for
the upcoming 2009-10,:.,
USSSA season start
Aug. 1 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

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. 1 at Jack
Foster Stadium.
Vanover played for
FSU's 1993 national
championship team.
Dugans was on the
Seminoles' 1999
national championship
squad. Both players
wore jersey number 80
at FSU. Both went on to
play in the NFL.
The camp is open to
any student in grades K
through 12. Attendees
do not have to attend
Crestview schools.
The camp is divided
by age group into
two sessions. Players
in grades K-6 should
attend from 9 to
* 11:30 a.m. both days.
Players in grades 7-
12 should attend from
noon until 2:30 p.m.
both days.
Registration is $60
per player. 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


See NOTES B2


Baker volleyball coach enters second season


Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestiew News Bulletin
GIVE IT A BUMP: Baker's volleyball players are hard at work preparing for their second season under Coach Lisa Roy.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER - It wasn't surprising Lisa Roy
was somewhat apprehensive about fol-
lowing Kathy Combest as the Baker vol-
leyball coach last year.
After all, Combest is an institution at
Baker. She had 517 wins and 12 district ti-
tles in volleyball. She continues to coach
the girls basketball team.
And yes, Combest also was Roy's
coach.
"Who remembers the guy that follows
the legend?" Roy asked with a laugh.


People will remember Roy if her first
year is an indication of things to come.
The Gators won yet another District
1-2A title and finished the season with
a 14-4 record. For.good measure Roy
was named the small school Coach of
the Year by the Northwest Florida Daily
News.
"I think I have a little more confidence
in myself because I've had one full sea-
son behind me, and we were successful,"
Roy said. "I think with success comes a
little more confidence, while still realiz-
ing I have a lot to learn.
"But I feel like I have more time with


the girls (this summer) because we are
having open gym. They are coming in
here. Although I don't have all of them, I
still get to see a little more of who's here
and what skills they have and what we
need to work on. That makes me feel bet-
ter about the upcoming season."
Roy the coach is still pushing herself
the way she did during her playing days.
"I'm enjoying myself," she said. "I'm
extremely competitive, and it helped
that we made it to the playoffs last year
because I take complete responsibility
See ROUND 2 B2


Gators hang tough at summer football camps


_ Baker coach pleased with team's showing


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
ON THE RUN: Baker receivers practice running routes
during summer drills.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
BAKER - It's safe to say
Baker football coach Bob
Kellogg never attended
the Bear Bryant School of
anti-hype.
The legendary Alabama
coach was famous for al-
ways talking about how
tough things were going
to be for the Crimson Tide
- even if he knew his team
was loaded.
If any coach has a rea-
son to be pessimistic about
the upcoming season it
would be Kellogg.
The Gators lost a huge
senior class that included
dynamite quarterback
Cameron Domangue.
Game breaker Marcus
Jones also has left the
program to transfer to a
school in Alabama.
Kellogg's optimism is
bolstered by the way the
Gators played in a seven-
on-seven tournament at


Tate on July 18.
"As we went to camp the
biggest thing I saw is we
don't have that Cameron
Domangue or that player
that at any time can put
you back in the game," he
said. "But I think the next
biggest thing that I see is
we are not hiding anybody
(trying to put a weaker
player somewhere the op-
position won't notice). We
are a pretty well rounded
team.
"At every position there
is a good player. But we
are just lacking a little bit
in speed. That's what Cam-
eron brought us."
Despite only posting a
1-4-1 record in the tourna-
ment, Kellogg liked the
way his team played. He
was especially pleased
with the way the Gators
hung tough with big-school
power Pine Forest.
"We didn't win a lot of
them, but we were compet-
itive in most of them," Kel-


logg said. "We played Pine
Forest that was the 5A
runner up in the state (two
of the last three years) and
we competed, and almost
had a shot at beating them.
That was the exciting part
to us.
"We were the only team
there that had kids going
both ways and didn't come
off the field. We won one,
tied one and lost four, but
our kids competed."
Domangue ran the 40-
yard dash in 4.5 and Jones
occasionally turned a 4.4
last year.
If Kellogg could have
one wish for the Gators
it would probably be for a
Couple of speedsters, but
he isn't complaining about
the squad he has.
"The thing I was telling
our kids is there is not a
glaring strength or glaring
weakness," he said. "We
are solid everywhere. -
See GATORS B2


Bulletin calling all local college athletes!


It seems like only yesterday
that I was putting the finishing
touches our 2008 football special
section. Now it's time to do it
again.
I've always contended you
don't need to be writing sports
if you don't like football and are
not a fan of high school football.
But high school football players
do grow up and move on to col-
lege.
It's easy for me to know
what's happening with the
Crestview or Baker football
teams, but it isn't so easy for me


to keep tabs on
those guys that
are still playing
at the college
level.
Yes, I know
about Joe Thig-
pen and David
NORTH END Langston at Bir-
ZONE mingham South-
Rondy Dickson ern. And who
from this area won't be following
the Clemson Tigers a little more
closely now that Matt Sanders
has completed his redshirt year
and should see some playing


time?
There are others I'm aware
of that are playing college ball
- or at least I think I'm aware
of - but I know there are some
former Bulldog or Gator football
players that I've forgotten, over-
looked or who have transferred.
I want to recognize our local
college players in our football
special section. That's where
I need your help. If your son,
grandson, nephew, cousin or
neighbor will be playing college
football in 2009 please e-mail me
at randyd@crestviewbulletin.


com with the pertinent informa-
tion such as the school, their
year in school, position and any
statistics from last year you
might have.
And don't worry about me
getting the same information
multiple times. I'd rather have
five or six people let me know
about a kid than have them slip
through the cracks.
I will provide the statistics
of the players and how their
teams are doing each week in
See ATHLETES B2






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NOTES from page B1


Crestview's varsity
Kickoff Classic on Aug.
27 against Gulf Breeze,
where they can watch
the action from the CHS
sideline.

FUMC Golf
Tournament
The First United
Methodist Church of
Crestview will hold a golf
tournament on August
15 at Foxwood Country
Club.
The tournament will
be a fundraiser with an
emphasis on fun and
fellowship.
Cost of the tournament
is $40 per person in a
4-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 or by e-mail
at droberts@woolcom.
net.

CHS cheerleaders
Kids Clothes Drive
The Crestview 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
do not 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
local charity, please visit
the Web site at www.
childrenincrisisfl.org.

'Youth Football Camp
There will be a youth
football camp for kids
ages 5 - 12 Saturday
from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at
the Wee Care Park in
Defuniak Springs.
The cost is $20 per
child. Registration
deadline for this event
is today at 5 p.m.
Check-in will begin at 8
a.m. on Saturday. This
event is hosted by the
Annual May Day Festival
Committee.
Please call 368-
5455 or 333-3871.


ROUND 2 from page B1


for how the season goes.
"Deep down I know it
has something to do with
the girls and skills and all
that, but ultimately when I
go home at night it's what
could I have done better,
what could I have taught
them better, and what do
we need to work on the
next day."
One of the biggest chal-
lenges Roy faced last year
was establishing herself as
a coach without distancing
herself from Combest.
"Last year, if I heard it
once, I heard it 50 times,
'You have a lot to live up
to because of coach Comb-
est,'" Roy said. "Or, 'Are
you crazy for taking that
job?' Things like that.
"But as far as coach
Combest, she. never does
that. She's been nothing
but supportive. She's al-
ways been very willing to
listen and offer sugges-
tions when I needed them.


She's been great."
And while Roy would
like to duplicate the suc-
cess of Combest, she
knows, she must do so in
her own way.
"I think I have to create
my own coaching style,"
she said. "What worked
for coach Combest - and
it obviously worked - may
not work for me because I
have a different personal-
ity. I do things differently,
but as long as it works it
doesn't matter..
"You gain the girls' re-
spect and hopefully (in-
still) the morals and integ-
rity on and off the court.
Winning is great, but if you
can instill some of those
values in them too then to
me that's a success."
Roy almost lost her
teaching job because of
the local school budget
cuts, but because teaching
is her second career she
had a fallback plan other


educators might not.
"I'm still a RN (reg-
istered nurse), so it was
stressful in the sense that I
enjoy teaching and I enjoy
coaching, and I would have
hated to give that up," she
said. "However, I wasn't
as stressed as many of.the
others because I'm still a
nurse, and nursing jobs
are plentiful, and I would
.have had something to go
back to.
"But I would have re-
ally missed teaching and
coaching."
With her medical back-
ground Roy knows volley-
ball isn't a matter of life
and death, but that doesn't
quench her competitive
fire.
"There are more im-
portant things in life (than
winning)," she said.
"Of course I have to tell
myself that when we lose,
'There are more important
things in life than winning,'


CALLING THE SIGNALS: Logan Wagner and Vada Moore take snaps during practice
on the Baker field.


Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
TAKING THE SANPS: Baker's Vada Moore and Logan Wagner work on passing
during Gator football summer practice.


GATORS from page B1


"The weakest thing is we
don't have that one guy that
can put us backing it because
of the speed factor."
Kellogg would have liked
to take the Gators to more
passing leagues and tour-
naments, but the athletic
budget at a small school can
only be stretched so far.
Baker did attend a Fel-
lowship of Christian Ath-
letes Camp this past week-
end and was hoping the


good showing at Tate would
carry over to the weekend
in Marianna.
With fall practice set to
start in less than two weeks
there is no time to let up as
the Gators prepare for a
2009 campaign that opens
with the Kickoff Classic at
Jay on Aug. 28 followed by
the regular season opener
at Crestview on Sept. 4.
"These next few weeks
are' critical as fAr as us,"


Kellogg said. "For the most
part we've had a good sum-
mer as far as kids showing
up.
"Our kids are working
four days a week. They are
working hard. To me, after
the Fourth the July and go-
ing up to August 10 (when
preseason practice officially
starts) is the most impor-
tant part of the summer. We
are focused on conditioning
and getting our offense in."


ATHLETES from page A]


Wednesday's paper as well
as online at www.crest-
viewbulletin.com'
If possible, I'd like to
spotlight a local college
athlete each week - and I
don't just mean football.
We might not have a
special section for the
other fall sports such as


volleyball or cross country,
but I need your help in
'rounding up locals that are
participating at the varsity
level in college in these and
other fall sports.
My goal is to update all
area athletes that are par-
ticipating in college athlet-
ics on a regular basis.


Our goal at the News
Bulletin is to continue to
give our readers the sports
news they can't get any-
where else.
There's nothing wrong
with making a big deal
over former Bulldog base-
ball player Blake Dean
(now at LSU), former CHS


offensive lineman Matt
Sanders or Laurel Hill bas-
ketball player Brad Reese
(now at Texas Tech). But
the fact is most college
athletes don'tplay in the
SEC or ACC.
Telling the stories.of the
young men and women at
Division II or III or play-


ingjunior college ball is an
area where I can do better.
Most kids play college
Ball for the love of the
game. The crowds a for-
mer Bulldog football player
performed before in Jack
Foster Stadium are often
bigger than those. they see
in college.


See please help me as I
try to recognize these fine
young athletes. I think we
all agree, they deserve the
press.
Randy Dickson is the
News Bulletin Sports
Editor Contact him at 682-
6524, or e-mail randyd@
crestiiewbulletin.com.


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NORTH OKALOOSA
BLOOD DRIVE: A drive
for the Northwest Florida
Blood Services will be held
today at Starbucks in Crest-
view from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. -
$5 gift cards for donors, while
supplies last.
STEELE FAMILY RE-
UNION: The 25th annual Ir-
ving Steele Family Reunion
will be held Sunday at the
Blackman Community Cen-
Ster. The doors will open at
10 a.m. and a covered dish
luncheon will be served at 1
p.m. Everyone is invited to
attend.
FIRST TIME HOME
BUYER FAIR: Aug. 5 and
6 at all five ERA American
Realty office from 4 to 6 p.m.
REALTORS will answer
questions about the $8,000
tax credit available to first-
time homebuyers up until
Dec. 1. Buyers will receive
an information packet re-
garding the credit and can
be pre-qualified. No appoint-
ment is necessary Details:
850-609-4640.
BIRTHING CENTER
ANNIVERSARY: The Milton
Memorial Birthing Center
will celebrate its 33 anniver-
sary on Aug. 9 at the Flow-
ersview Community Center
in Flowersview. It starts at
2 p.m. with dinner, followed
by an anniversary program
featuring gospel singers at
4 p.m. The public is invited
to attend and enjoy the eve-
ning.
AN EVENING IN
BLACK CULTURE: The
Carver-Hill Memorial & His-
torical Society will host An
Evening in Black Culture at
7 p.m. Aug. 15 in the Carv-
er-Hill School cafeteria on
School Ave. in Crestview. Re-
freshments will be served.
Details: Willie Hutchinson,
682-4067; Aletha Bell; or
Fern Bembow at 682-6764.
CHEERLEADERS
HOLD DRIVj: The Crest-
view High School cheerlead-
ers are holding a kid's cloth-
ing drive for the upcoming
school year now until Aug.
7. The squad will donate all
collected items to the local
non-profit charity "Children
in Crisis." This charity pro-
vides emergency shelter
and foster care for children
in the four local counties.
To help, 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 do not have children's
clothes but would like to
help, you may also donate
non-perishable food items. If
you know a CHS cheerlead-
er, you may give your dona-
tions to her, drop items off in
the front office of Crestview
High School or at The Tan-
ning and Hair Center on Wil-
son Street.
To learn more about
"Children in Crisis" visit
www.childrenincrisisfl.org.
REGISTER FOR FALL


TERM: at Northwest Flori-
da State College. Enroll on-
line or in person at any of the
college's six area locations
from Aug. 3 to 31. Classes
begin Aug. 24 and Oct. 16.
COLLEGE SURPLUS
SALE: Northwest Florida
State College will hold a sur-
plus sale Aug. 28 from 8-4
p.m. at the Niceville Campus
in Building G-2. The sale is
open to the public and con-
ducted by closed bid with no
prior inspection. Property
is sold in "as-is" condition.
Various items are available
including computers, com-
puter parts, printers, office
type furniture, a 26 passen-
ger bus, a van and various
miscellaneous items. For
information call the NWF
State College Physical Plant
at 729-5380.
FDOT SURVEY: The
Florida Department of
Transportation's Planning
Department is conducting a
Northwest Florida Regional
Household Travel Survey to
obtain information related
to the daily travel patterns
of. households throughout
the region. This information
will be utilized in the future
planning of roadway im-
provements.
Randomly sampled
households throughout 12
northwest Florida counties,
from Escambia County on
the west to Wakulla County
on the east, will be receiving
either a survey booklet to be
completed and returned, or
a postcard directing them to
a website where the survey
can be completed online.
GOLF TOURNAMENT
FUND-RAISER: The First
United Methodist Church
Men's Golf Tournament will
be held Aug. 15 at Foxwood
Country Club. The four-
man scramble tournament
costs $40 (including lunch);
preregistration is required.
Sign-in is at 7 p.m. and the
shotgun start is at 8:30. De-
tails, Darryl Roberts, 683-
1921 or droberts@woolcom.
net; Delynn, 682-2018.
COUNTY BUDGET
ONLINE: The Fiscal Year
2009-10 Proposed Budget is
posted online and can be ac-
cessed from the home page
at www.okaloosafl.com.
FIRSTTUESDAYLEC-
TURES: at the Crestview
library on Commerce Drive
are held at 10:30 a.m. Up-
coming programs include
the following:
SAug. 4, Aerodynamics
for Dummies: Folding and
Flying Paper Airplanes, with
Laurel Hill author and engi-
neer Ken Blackburn.
. Sept. 1, Exploring Folk
Musical Instruments with
the Pelican Pickers.
For details visit www.
cityofcrestview.org/library.
htm (under "Programs &
Services"). Phone: 682-4432.

MISCELLANEOUS
LEGION FAMILY
RAISING FUNDS: The
American Legion family


is calling on all Americans
to help purchase comfort
items for troops recovering
in U.S. military hospitals
and warrior transition units
around the world through
its Operation Comfort War-
riors campaign.
The American Legion
family has already raised
nearly $165,000 for Opera-
tion Comfort Warriors since
its inception in December.
Donors can make online con-
tributions by visiting www.
legion.org/ocw or by sending
a check to Operation Com-
fort Warriors, PO Box 1055,
Indianapolis, IN 46206.
NWF FAIRVENDORS:
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, and vendors can
sign up as sponsors for the
event as well; Call Betty
at 862-0211 or email her at
betty@nwffair.com for de-
tails. The fair Web site is at
wwv.nwffair.com.


Cadles celebrating 50 years together

The family of Keith and Christine (Burgess) Cadle invite you to celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Aug. 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. at
the Crestview Community Center, located at 1446 Commerce Drive.
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The Crestview News
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contact Court Adminis-
IN RE: ESTATE OF TO: ROBERT E. tration at 1250 N.. Eglin
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Deceased. LAST KNOWN AD- 32579; telephone num-
DRESS: 41 12TH ber (850)651-7497,
NOTICE TO CREDI- STREET G66 prior to the proceeding.
TORS SHALIMAR, FL 32579 7/29/2009
The administration of CURRENT ADDRESS: 8/5/2009
the Mary Ann Glover, UNKNOWN
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addresses of the per- DEAD OR ALIVE, IN RE; THE ESTATE
sonal representative WHETHER SAID UN- OF IRVIN L. GANDY,
and the personal KNOWN PARTIES Deceased,
representative's attor- MAY CLAIM AN IN-
neyeare set forth below. TEREST AS SPOUSE, NOTICE TO CREDI-
HEIRS, DEVISEES, TORS
All creditors of the de- GRANTEES, OR
cedent and other per- OTHER CLAIMANTS The administration of
sons having claims or the estate of Irvin L.
demands against LAST KNOWN AD- Gandy, deceased,
decedent's estate on DRESS: UNKNOWN whose date of death
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be CURRENT ADDRESS: was October 24, 2008
serves must file their and whose social secu
claims with this court YOU. ARE NOTIFIED 2i52y- number s is
WITHIN THE LATER that. an action to fore- ingin the Circuit Court
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER close a mortgage on f O Circaloosa Counrt
THE TIME OF THIS the following property Florida, Probate Divi-
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS in OKALOOSA County, sion, the address of
AFTER THE DATE OF Florida: which is Okaloosa
SERVICE OF A COPY which is Okaloosa
OF THIS NOTICE ON COMMENCING AT County Courthouse,
OF THEE COMMENCING AT 101 James Lee Boule-
THEM. THE NORTHEAST vard East, Crestview,
CORNER OF BLOCK Florida 32536. The
All other creditors of 56 TOWN SITE OF names and addresses
the decedent and other PORT DIXIE SUBDIVI- f the personal repre-
persons having claims SION, AS RECORDED sfntate peandl reprer-
or demands against IN PLAT BOOK 1, sonal representative's
decedent's estate must PAGE 66, PUBLIC attorney areset forth
file their claims with this RECORDS OF below.are set forth
court WITHIN 3 OKALOOSA COUNTY, All creditors ofthe de-
MONTHS AFTER THE FLORIDA, GO cedent and other per-
DATE OF THE FIRST THENCE DUE SOUTH cement having claims or
PUBLICATION OF ALONG THE EAST demands against
THIS NOTICE. LINE OF SAID BLOCK decedent's estate on
ALL CLAIMS56 A DISTANCE OF whom a copy of this
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO 213.00 FEET TO THE notice is required to be
FILED WITHIN THE POINT OF BEGINN- served must file their
TIME PERIODS SET ING, THENCE DUE claims with this Court
FORTH IN SECTION EAST 20 FEET, WITHIN THE LATER
733.702 OF THE FLOR- THENCE DUE SOUTH OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
IDA PROBATE CODE ALONG A LINE 30 THE TIME OF THE
WILL BE FOREVER FEET FROM' AND FIRST PUBLICATION
BARRED. PARALLEL TO THE OF THIS NOTICE OR
PLATTED CENTER OF 30 DAYS AFTER THE
NOTWITHSTANDING 12TH STREET A DIS- DATE OF SERVICE OF
THE TIME PERIODS TANCE OF 20.0 FEET, A COPY OF THIS NO-
ST FORTH ABOVE, THENCE DUE WEST TWICE ON THEM.
ANY CLAIM FILED 117.0 FEET, THENCE All other creditors of
TWO (2) YEARS OR DUE NORTH 20.0 the decedent and per-
MORE AFTER THE FEET THENCE DUE sons having claims or
DECEDENT'S DATE OF EAST 97.0 FEET TO demands. against the
DEATH IS BARRED. THE POINT OF BE- decedent's estate must
The date of first publi- GINNING file their.claims with this
cation of this notice ishas been filed against MONTHS AFTER THE
July 25, 2009. you and you are re- DATE OF THE FIRST
quired to serve a copy PUBLICATION OF
Attorney for Personal of your written de- THISNOTICE.
Representative: fenses, if any, on or be- ALL CLAIMS NOT
Tracy O. Strom fore September 3, FILED WITHIN THE
Attorney for Melissa A, 2009, on Florida De- TIME PERIODS SET
McGraw fault Law Group,PL. FORTH IN SECTION
Florida Bar No. Plaintiff's attorney, 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
0907420 whose address id 9119 IDA PROBATE CODE
204 Buck Drive NE Corporate Lake Drive, WILL BE FOREVER
Fort Walton Beach, Suifte300, Tampa, Flor- BARRED. r
Florida 32548 ida 33634, and file the. NOTWITHSTANDING
Telephon e :, original, with this Court THE TIME PERIODS
850-243-5451 either before service on SET FORTH ABOVE,
Fax: 850-244-9554 Plaintiff's attorney or ANY CLAIM FILED
immediately thereafter; TWO (2) YEARS OR
Personal Representa- otherwise a default will MORE AFTER HE
tive: be entered against you DECEDENT'S DATE OF
for the relief demanded DEATH IS BARRED.
in the Complaint or pe- The date of the first
tuition, publication of this No-
Bi Eyes. WITNESS my hand and tice is July 22, 2009.
Wet NSes. the seal of this Court Attorney for Personal
Warm Heats. on this 20 day of July, Representative: James
2009 C. Campbell, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 708283
CeDon W. Howard #4 11th Avenue, Suite
Clerk of the Court 2 Shalimar, Florida
^ ,_ l A By: Aunita Cantrall 32579 (850)651-9313
' r As Deputy Clerk
S' Personal Representa-
Florida Default Law tive: Cheryl L. Jenkins
Group, PL. RO. Box 1828 Ridgemore Ave-


UAGE, INC..,
Plaintiff,


vs.
RICHARD NEHLS
A/K/A RICHARD M
NEHLS, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
July 13, 2009 and en-
tered in Case NO. 2007
CA 005025 S of the Cir-
cuit Court of the FIRST
Judicial Circuit in and
for OKALOOSA
County, ' Florida
wherein WELLS
FARGO . BANK, NA
SUCCESSOR BY
MERGER TO WELLS
FARGO HOME MORT-
GAGE, INC., is the
Plaintiff and RICHARD
NEHLS A/K/A RICH-
ARD M NEHLS; SU-
ZANNE M. NEHLS;
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at.
11.:00AM, on the 18 day
of August, 2009, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty as set forth in said
Final Judgment:
LOT 2, BLOCK B, EM-
ERALD POINTE PLAT
1, ACCORDING TO
THE .PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED. IN
PLAT BOOK 9, PAGE
86, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
A/K/A 231
WYNNEHAVEN
BEACH, MARY ES-
THER, FL 32569
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale. '
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on July 15,2009
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Vickie Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
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
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with disabilities need- UNKNOWN
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dation to participate in YOU ARE NOTIFIED
this proceeding should that an action to fore-
contact Court Adminis- close a mortgage on
tration at 1250 N. Eglin the following property
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, in. OKALOOSA County,
32579; telephone num- Florida:
ber (850) 651-7497, LOT 21, BLOCK H, EM-
prior to the proceeding. ERALD LAKES PHASE
7/22/2009 ONE, ACCORDING TO
7/29/2009 THE PLAT THEREOF
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 16,
PAGE(S) 38-40, OF
LEGAL#120290 THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
IN THE CIRCUIT COUNTY, FLORIDA
COURT OF THE has been filed against
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- you and .you are re-
.CUlT quired to serve a copy
IN AND FOR of your written de-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, fenses, if any, on or be-
FLORIDA fore August 24,. 2009
CIVIL ACTION CASE on Florida Default Law
NO:462009CA002848 Group; P.L., Plaintiff's
FILE NO:F09045299 attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
HSBC.BANK USA, NA- rate Lake Drive, Suite
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TION, AS TRUSTEE 33634, and file the orig-
(THE TRUSTEE) OF final with this Court ei-
J.R MORGAN ALTER- their before service on
NATIVE LOAN TRUST Plaintiff's attorney or
2006-A7 (THE TRUST), immediately thereafter;
Plaintiff, otherwise a default will
be entered against you
vs. . for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
STEFAN CAMP, et al, tuition.
Defendantss. This notice shall be
published once each
NOTICE OF ACTION week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
TO: view News Bulletin.
'WILLIAM P. LOPER JR. WITNESS my hand and
LAST KNOWN AD- the seal of this Court
DRESS:257 Dominica on this 10 day of July,
Circle West 2009.
Niceville, FI 32578
Don W. Howard
CURRENT ADDRESS: Clerk of the Court
UNKNOWN
By:Beth McDonald
ANY AND ALL UN- As Deputy Clerk
KNOWN - PARTIES
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AND AGAINST THE RO. Box 25018
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VIDUAL DEFEND- 33622-5018
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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
WaterTower.

Copies of Provisions, Proposals Forms and Specifications may be
requested via e-mail, chclerk@fairpoint.net, fax (850) 652-4492
or call the City Clerk at (850) 6524441.

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:
"RFP 09-01 Water Tower Maintenance"

Address responses to:
FOR MAIL DELIVERY, HANDIEXPRESS
MAIUUPS DELIVERY

City Clerk
City of Laurel Hill
8209 HWY85N
Laurel Hill, FL 32567

Harold Jones
City Clerk


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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 Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
7/22/2009
7/29/2009


LEGAL#120291
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462009CA003007
FILE NO:F09028271
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING,
L.P N/K/A BAC HOME
LOANS SERVICING,
LR
Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAEL K. HALDER
A/K/A- MICHAEL KARL
HALDER , et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
DONALD CLEVELAND
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS:121 Beverly
Drive
Niceville, FI 32578
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-.
ANTS
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, 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


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otherwise a default will LOT 2, BLOCK A, LAKE No. 46-2008-CA-2053 S 32579; telephone num-
be entered against you POINTE, ACCORDING of the Circuit Court of ber (850) 651-7497, Flol
for the relief demanded TO THE MAP OR PLAT the FIRST Judicial Cir- prior to the proceeding. Grc
in the Complaint or pe- THEREOF AS RE- cult in and for PO.
tuition. CORDED IN PLAT OKALOOSA County, 7/29/2009 Tan
This notice shall be BOOK 11, PAGE(S) 49, Florida wherein DEUT 8/5/2009 336
published once each PUBLIC RECORDS OF SCHE BANK NA-
week for two consecu- OKALOOSA COUNTY, TIONAL TRUST COM- IMF
tive weeks in the Crest- FLORIDA. PANY, AS TRUSTEE In
view News Bulletin. has been filed against UNDER THE POOLING LEGAL#120307 Am
WITNESS my hand and you and you are r4-.AND SERVICING bilit
the seal of this Court quired to serve a copy AGREEMENT DATED IN THE CIRCUIT with
on this 14 day of July, of your written de- AS OF NOVEMBER 1, COURT OFTHE ing
2009. fenses, if any, on or be- 2005, GSAMP TRUST FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- dati
fore , August 31, 2009 2005-HE5, is the Plain- CUT this
Don W. Howard on Florida Default Law tiff and CHRISTIE J. IN AND FOR con
Clerk of the Court Group, PL., Plaintiff's FORTUNE A/K/A OKALOOSACOUNTY, trat
attorney, whose ad- CHRISTIE A. FOR- FLORIDA Lee
By:Anita Cantrall dress is 9119 Corpo- TUNE; .DOLPHIN CIVIL ACTION CASE Cre
As Deputy Clerk rate Lake Drive, Suite POINT CONDOMINIUM NO:2008CA000348C 325
300, Tampa, Florida ASSOCIATION OF FILE NO!F08000249 nur
Florida Default Law 33634, and file the orig- DESTIN, INC.;are the 689
Group, PL. inal with this Court ei- Defendants, I will sell to HSBC MORTGAGE 749
RO. Box 25018 other before service on the highest and best SERVICES INCORPO- cee
Tampa, Florida Plaintiff's attorney or bidder for cash at IN RATION, (85
33622-5018 immediately thereafter; FRONT OF CLERK'S Plaintiff,
otherwise a default will FRONT DOOR OF IMF
IMPORTANT be entered against you SHALIMAR ANNEX at vs. Ina
In accordance with the for the relief demanded 11:00AM, on the 14th Am
Americans with Disa- in the Complaint or pe- day of August, 2009, KEVIN M. WOERNER, bill
abilities Act, persons tuition. the following described et al, with
with disabilities need- This notice shall be property as set forth in Defendant(s). ing
ing special accommo- published once each said Final Judgment: dati
dation to participate in week for two consecu- THAT CERTAIN CON- NOTICE OF FORECLO- this
this proceeding should tive weeks in the Crest- DOMINIUM UNIT NO. SURE SALE cor
contact Court Adminis- view News Bulletin. 204-B OF DOLPHIN trat
tration at 101 James WITNESS my hand and POINT, A CONDOMIN- NOTICE IS HEREBY Par
Lee Boulevard East, the seal of this Court IUM, ACCORDING TO GIVENpursuanttoa Fi- 325
Crestview, FL, on this.17 day of July, THE DECLARATION nal Judgment of Mor- ber
32536-3515; telephone 2009. OF CONDOMINIUM gage Foreclosure prior
number (850) RECORDED IN OFFI-dated July 20, 2009 7/2
689-5000, Extension Don W. Howard CIAL RECORDS BOOK and entered in Case 8/5
7497, prior to the pro- Clerk of the Court 877, PAGE 653 No.2008 CA 000348 C
ceeding. or Shalimar THROUGH 746, TO- of the Circuit Court of
(850) 651-7497 By: Anita Cantrall GETHER WITH ALL ITS he FIRST Judicial Cir-
As Deputy Clerk APPURTENANCES AC- cuit in and forLE
IMPORTANT CORDING TO THE OKALOOSA County,
In accordance with the Florida Default Law DECLARATION AND Florida wherein HSBC
Americans with Disa- Group, PL. AS RECORDED IN MORTGAGE SER-
bilities Act, persons RO. Box 25018 CONDOMINIUM PLAT VICES INCORPORA FII
with disabilities need- Tampa, Florida BOOK 1, PAGE 175, TION, s the Plaintiff
ing special accommo- 33622-5018 OF THE PUBLIC REC- and KEVIN M.
nation to participate in ORDS OF OKALOOSA WOERNER; TIFFANY O0
this proceeding should IMPORTANT' COUNTY, FLORIDA, C.R. WOERNER; are
contact Court Adminis- In accordance with the TOGETHER WITH the Defendants, I will C
tration at 1250 N. Eglin Americans with Disabil- THAT UNDIVIDED sell to the highest and
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, cities Act, persons with SHARE IN THE COM- best bidder for cash at 4
32579; telephone num- disabilities needing MON ELEMENTS AP- CRESTVIEW: IN F
ber (850) 651-7497, special accommoda- P U R T E N A N T FRONT OF CLERK'S
prior to the proceeding: tion to participate in THERETO, , IN AC- FRONT DOOR OF THE CO
this proceeding should CORDANCE WITH OKALOOSA COUNTY LO,
7/22/2009 contact Court Adminis- AND SUBJECT TO COURTHOUSE at LR
7/29/2009 tration at 101 James THE COVENANTS-,11:00AM, onthe 23 day LO,
Lee Boul6vard East, CONDITIONS RE- of September, 2009, LP
Crestview, FL, STRICTIONS, TERMS, the following described Pla
32536-3515; telephone AND OTHER PROVI- property as set forth in
LEGAL#120305 number (850) SIONS OF THE DEC- said Final Judgment: vs
689-5000, Extension LARATION OF CON- A PORTION OF LOTS 1
IN THE CIRCUIT 7497, prior to the pro- DOMINIUM. AND 2, BLOCK 3' DA
COURT OF THE ceeding. or Shalimar NORMANDY TER- Def
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- (850) 651-7497 A/K/A 30 MORENO RACE, AS RECORDED
CUlT R POINT ROAD UNIT IN PLAT BOOK 2 NO
IN AND FOR IMPORTANT204B, Destin, FL PAGE 155, OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY In accordance with the 32541 OFFICIAL RECORDS TO
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Americans with Disabil- OF OKALOOSA DA
FLORIDA Americans with Disabil-ODA A
CIVIL ACTIONCASE cities Act, persons with Any person claiming an COUNTY, FLORIDA LA
NO:46-2008-CA-06815 disabilities needing interest in the surplus BEING MORE PARTIC DR
FILE NO:F08107003 special accommoda- from the sale, if any, ULARLY DESCRIBED Me
tion to participate in other than the property AS FOLLOWS: COM- Ch,
WELLS FARGO BANK, this proceeding should owner, as of the date of MENCING AT THE
NA, ' contact Court Adminis- the Lis Pendens must SOUTHWEST , COR- CU
Plaintiff, tration at 1250 N. Eglin file a claim within sixty NE LOT 2, UN
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, (60) daysafterthesale BLOCK 3NORMANDY
' 32579; telephone num- WITNESS MY HAND TERRACE, THENCE AN
vs. ber (850) 651-7497, and the seal of this EAST ALONG THE KN
ASHLEY H. BARKOCY , prior to the proceeding.. Court on July 20, 2009. SOUTH LINE OF SAID CL
etal, LOT.SOF 9750 FEET TO -
Defendant(s). 7/29/2009 Don W. Howard OF 97.50 FEET TO AN
efendan(). 8/5/2009 Clerk of the Circuit THE POINT OF BEGIN- HE
NOTICE N Court NING; THENCE CON- VID
NOTICE OF ACTION CTINUE EAST ALONG AN
TO: SAID SOUTH LINE A KN
BETrY SHELTON By:K. Brown DISTANCE OF 97.50 OR
LAST KNOWN AD- LEGAL#120306 Deputy Clerk DISTANCE OF 97.50 OR
DRESS: 8 3 5 -Publish in Crestview FEET; THENCE SA
OLEV OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT News Blletin NORTH A DISTANCETIE
BOULEVARD OFTHE COURT OF THE OF 200.00 FEET TO INT
CHAMPIONS FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Florida Default Law THE SOUTH RIGHT OF SP
SHALIMAR, FL 32579 CUIT Group, RL WAY LINE OF VICTO- VI
NT IN AND FOR R. Box 25018 RIA PLACE (66.00 OR
CURRENT ADDRESS:- OKALOOSAT COUNTY, . T a FTa
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FLORIDA 33622-5018 ALONG SAID SOUTH
ANY AND ALL UN CIVIL ACTION CASE RIGHT OF WAY LINE A LA:
KNOWN PARTIES NO:46-2008-CA-253S IMPORTANT DISTANCE OF 97.50 DR
CLAIMING TIE FILE NO:F08026550 In accordance with the FEET; THENCE
THROUGH, UNDER, Americans with Disa- SOUTH A DISTANCE CU
G UNDER DEUTSCHE BANK NA- biitians Act,persons OF 200.00 FEET TO UN
HND NAGAIMED IND-E TIONAL TRUST COM- with disabilities need- THE POINT OF BEGIN-
VIDUAL DEFEND- PANY, AS TRUSTEE ing special accommo- NING YO
ANTIS) WHO ARE NOT UNDER. THEPOOLING nation to participate in A tha
KNOWN T O E DEAD AND SERVICING this proceeding should A/K/A2448 clo
OR LVE, WHETH AGREEMENT DATED contact Court Adminis- STARMOUNT DRIVE the
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- AS OF NOVEMBER 1, tration at 101 James CRESTVIEW, FL in
TIES MAY CLAIM AN 2005, GSAMP TRUST Lee Boulevard East, 32536 Flo
INTEREST AS 2005-HE5, Crestview, FL Uf
SPOUSE HEIRS DE- Plaintiff, 32536-3515; telephone Any person claiming an DL
VISEES, GRANTEES, vsnumber (850)Interest in the surplus MII
OR OTHER CLAIM-vs- 689-5000, Extension from the sale, if any, TO
ANTS . .C 7497, prior to the pro- other than the property TIC
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Defendant(s). IMPORTANT (60) days after the sale. 21
CURRENT ADDRESS: In accordance with the WITNESS MY HAND 28
UNKNOWNNOTICE OF FORE- Americans with Disa- and the seal of this RE
CLOSURE SALE abilities Act, persons Court on July 21, 2009. DC
YOU ARE NOTIFIED with disabilities need- BC
YOU ARE NOTIFIED NOTICE IS HEREBY ing special accommo- Don W. Howard 27-
that an action to rGIVEN pursuant to a Fi- nation to participate in Clerk of the Circuit PU
close a mortgage a- Court
the following property nal Judgment of Mort- this proceeding should Court O
in OKALOOSA County, gage Foreclosure contact Court Adminis- FLi
dated July 20, 2009 tration at 1250 N. Eglin By:Vicki Jackson


1 103

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oup, RL.
SBox 25018
ipa, Fl
,22-5018
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accordance witi
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special accord
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proceeding sl
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Boulevard
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accordance witl
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special accord
ion to participate
proceeding s
itact Court Adi
ion at 1250 N.
kway, Shalimar
i79; telephone
(850) 651-
or to the proceed
9/2009
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COURT OF TH
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CUIT
IN AND FOR
KALOOSA COU
FLORIDA
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NO:
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INTEREST IN THE ..'. Irl-: -: i.- JAMES A. BARRY, et
Law COMMON ELEMENTS, Plaintiff and ARLENE al,
IF ANY, APPURTE- RAYMOND; MORT- Defendant(s).
NANT THERETO, SUB- GAGE ELECTRONIC
orida JECT TO AND IN AC- REGISTRATION SYS- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
CORDANCE WITH THE TEMS, INCORPO- SURE SALE
COVENANTS, CONDI- RATED, AS NOMINEE
TIONS, RESTRIC- FOR HSBC MORT- NOTICE IS HEREBY
h the TIONS, TERMS, AND GAGE SERVICES; GIVEN pursuant to a Fl-
Disa- OTHER PROVISIONS UNITED STATES OF nal Judgment of Mort-
rsons OF SAID DECLARA- AMERICA; are'the De- gage Foreclosure
need- TION fendants, I will sell to dated July 20, 2009.
nmo- has been filed against the highest and best and entered in Case
ite in you and you are re- bidder for cash at No. 2008 CA 000511 S
should quired to serve a copy CRESTVIEW: IN of the Circuit Court of
minis- of your written de- FRONT OF CLERK'S the FIRST Judicial Cir-
ames fenses, if any, on or be- FRONT DOOR OF THE cult in and for
East, fore 9-3-09, on Florida OKALOOSA COUNTY OKALOOSA County,
FL, Default Law Group, COURTHOUSE at Florida wherein WELLS
hone PL., Plaintiff's attorney, 11:00AM, on the 14 day FARGO BANK, NA-
(850) whose address is 9119 of August, 2009, the fol- TIONAL ASSOCIATION
nsion Corporate 'Lake Drive, lowing described prop- AS TRUSTEE FOR SE-
pro- Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- erty as set forth in said CURITIZED ASSET
ilimar ida 33634, and file the Final Judgment: BACKED RECEIVA-
original with this Court THE WEST 110 FEET BLES LLC 2006-OP1
either before service on OF LOT 1, BLOCK B, M O R T G A G E
Plaintiff's attorney or SOUTHERNAIRE SUB- PASS-THROUGH CER-
h the immediately thereafter; DIVISION, ACCORD- TIFICATES, SERIES
Disa- otherwise a default will ING TO THE PLAT 2006-OP1, is the Plain-
rsons be-entered against you THEREOF AS RE- tiff and JAMES A.
need- for the relief demanded CORDED IN PLAT BARRY; MOLLY S.
mmo- in the Complaint or pe- BOOK 2, PAGE 149, WEAVER; ANY AND
ite in tition. OF THE PUBLIC REC- ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
hould This notice shall be ORDS OF OKALOOSA TIES CLAIMING BY,
minis- published once each COUNTY, FLORIDA. THROUGH, UNDER,
Eglin week for two consecu- AND AGAINST THE
r, FL, tive weeks in the Crest- A/K/A 885 EAST WIL- HEREIN NAMED INDI-
num- view News Bulletin. LIAMS AVENUE, VIDUAL - DEFEND-
7497, WITNESS my hand and CRESTVIEW, FL ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
ding. the seal of this Court 32539 KNOWN TO BE DEAD
on this 20 day of July, OR ALIVE, WHETHER
2009. Any person claiming an SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
interest in the surplus TIES MAY CLAIM AN
Don W. Howard from the sale, if any, INTEREST AS
Clerk of the Court other than the property SPOUSES, 'HEIRS, DE-
owner as of the date of VISEES, GRANTEES,
By: Beth McDonald the Lis Pendens must OR OTHER CLAIM-
IT As Deputy Clerk file a claim within sixty ANTS; are the Defend-
-E (60) days after the sale. 'ants, I will sell to the
CIR- Florida Default Law WITNESS MY HAND highest and best bid-
Group, RL. and the seal of this der for cash at IN
RO. Box 25018 Court on July 21, 2009. FRONT OF CLERK'S
NTY, Tampa, Florida FRONT DOOR OF
33622-5018 DonWHoward Clerk of SHALIMAR ANNEX at
ASE the Circuit 11:00AM, on the 14 day
IMPORTANT Court of August, 2009, the fol-
213 In accordance with the lowing described prop-
701 Americans with Disa- By:Vicki Jackson erty as set forth in said
abilities Act, persons Deputy Clerk Final Judgment:
-OME with disabilities need- LOT 9, FOURTH ADDI-
GING, ing special accommo- Florida Default Law TION TO COUN-
O1ME dation to participate in Group, RL. TRYVIEW ESTATES,
CING, this proceeding should RO. Box 25018 PHASE 2, A SUBDIVI-
contact Court Adminis- Tampa, Florida SION OF A. PORTION
tration at 101. James 33622-5018 OF SECTIONS 30 AND
Lee. Boulevard East, 31, TOWNSHIP 3
Crestview, FL, IMPORTANT NORTH, RANGE 23
32536-3515; telephone In accordance with the WEST, OKALOOSA
tal, number (850) Americans with Disa- COUNTY, FLORIDA,
689-5000, Extension abilities Act, persons AS RECORDED IN
7497, prior to the pro- with disabilities need- PLAT BOOK 13 PAGES
)N ceeding. or Shalimar ing special accommo- 87 AND 88 OF THE
(850) 651-7497 dation to participate in PUBLIC RECORDS OF
this proceeding should SAID COUNTY
IMPORTANT contact Court Adminis-
AD- In accordance with the tration at 101 James A/K/A 1229 JEF-
Long Americans with Disa- Lee Boulevard East, FREYSCOT DRIVE,
abilities Act, persons Crestview, FL, CRESTVIEW, FL
0 with disabilities need- 32536-3515; telephone 32536
ing special accommo- number (850)
SS: nation to participate in 689-5000, Extension Any person.claiming an
this proceeding should 7497, prior to the pro- interest in the surplus
contact Court Adminis- ceeding. or Shalimar from the sale, if any,
UN- tration at 1250 N. Eglin (850) 651-7497 other than the property
RTIES Parkway, Shalimar, FL, owner as of the date of
BY, 32579; telephone num- IMPORTANT the Lis Pendens must
IDER, ber (850) 651-7497, In accordance with the file a claim within sixty
THE prior to the proceeding. Americans with Disa- (60) days after the sale.
INDI- abilities Act, persons WITNESS MY 'HAND
-END- 7/29/2009 with disabilities need- and the seal of this
NOT 8/5/2009 ing special accommo- Court on July 21, 2009.
DEAD dation to participate in
THER this proceeding should DonW. Howard
PAR- LEGAL#120309 contact Court Adminis- Clerk of the Circuit
M AN tration at 1250 N. Eglin Court
AS IN THE CIRCUIT Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
DE- COURT OF THE 32579; telephone num- By:Vicki Jackson
TEES, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ber (850) 651-7497, Deputy Clerk
LAIM- , CUlT prior to the proceeding.
IN AND FOR Florida Default Law
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 7/29/2009 Group, RL.
AD- FLORIDA 8/5/2009 RO. Box 25018
N CIVIL ACTION CASE. Tampa, Florida
NO:2007CA005897C 33622-5018
SS: FILE NO:F07061172 LEGAL#120310 IMPORTANT
HSBC MORTGAGE IN THE CIRCUIT In accordance with the
IFIED SERVICES INC, COURT OF THE Americans with Disa-
fore- Plaintiff, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- abilities Act, persons
ie on CUIT with disabilities need-
operty vs. IN AND FOR ing special accommo-
ounty, OKALOOSA COUNTY, dation to participate in
ARLENE RAYMOND, et FLORIDA this proceeding should
GULF al, CIVIL ACTION CASE contact Court Adminis-
NDO- Defendant(s). NO:2008CA000511S traction at 101 James
IDING , FILE NO:F08004575 Lee Boulevard East,
LARA- NOTICE OF' FORECLO- Crestview, FL,
NDO- SURE SALE 32536-3515; telephone
F, AS WELLS FARGO BANK, , number (850)
OFFI- NOTICE IS HEREBY NATIONAL ASSOCIA- 689-5000, Extension
3OOK GIVEN.pursuant to a Fi- TION AS TRUSTEE 7497, prior to the pro-
AGES nal Judgment of Mort- FOR SECURITIZED AS- ceeding. or Shalimar
AS gage Foreclosure SET BACKED RECEIV- (850) 651-7497
CON- dated July 20, 2009 ABLES LLC 2006-OP1
PLAT and entered in Case MORTGAGE IMPORTANT
AGES No. 2007 CA 005897 C PASS-THROUGH CER- In accordance with the
THE of the Circuit Court of TIFICATES, SERIES Americans with Disa-
S OF the FIRST Judicial Cir- 2006-OP1, abilities Act, persons
UNTY, cult in and for Plaintiff, with disabilities need-
THER OKALOOSA County, ing special accommo-
Florida wherein HSBC vs. dation to participate in


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contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
7/29/2009
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2120 -Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
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2140 - Pets/Livestock
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3120 -Arts & Cralts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
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3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
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3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
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3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instmruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
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3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)



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Metal Roofing. 40 yr 1945 Tractor for Sale
Warranty-Buy direct runs but needs work
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4100 - Help Wanted
Baker 4110 - Restaurants/Glubs
Spaces available for 4120 - sales
yard sale. 4130 - Employment
Sat. Aug. 8th. Information
7am-12pm @ The
Baker Block Mu-
seum. $10 per space. 4100
call 537-5714.
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Terri's Floral Shop Hwy person Call 865-3266
90 W. Lots of good Medical
stuff! Cancel if rain
Office Manager
Crestview Exp.- Detailed Oriented
MULTI-FAMILY Manager, for a busy
YARD SALE! Pediatric Practice. Must
Sat. Aug. 1st 7am-? be able to use Medical
3170 Pinewood Dr software and
(Take Hwy 90 east turn QuickBooks, salary &
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Pinewood is on left fol- Fax resume to
low signs). New heath 850-689-0912
& beauty aids and Medical/Health
cleaning supplies, tons
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Tons of clothing, nik nta nit
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Sat 8-? 2917 Crescent Web ID #27867061
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Crestview Needed
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Thurs - Sat 730a-12p $1000 per month work-
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King Steele Magnolias
Beauty Salon is look-
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. Technician. This is a
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Flynn Estate Steele Owner
Sale 398-3362
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6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
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Executive Offices in
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on Hwy 85. Only 6
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high speed internet,
common area main-
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on John King Rd in
Southgate Plaza. Un-
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total electric 585-6985
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cessible apts. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crestview,
FL. Call 850 682-5563,
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Crestview
Brookmeade Villas
Appt. 1 apartment
available now for the
elderly, handicapped &
disabled. 102 Noble
Circle, Crestview, FL
32539. Call
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Housing Opportunity
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 d $165 WK,
APT $180 Wk. $525 4
wk.Call 682-4466


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1ba, apt. w/d, stove, re-
frigerator, rear deck,
140 Lake St. $500/mo
+ $500 dep. 682-3514
Crestview, Bent Creek
Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
tance may be available.
1 & 2 BR, HC & non
HC accessible apart-
ments.
209 Bent Creek Road,
Crestview, FL. Call
850-682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity



| 6130 |
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$850 mo $1000 dep
+ 1760sf, 3br, 2.5ba -
$850 mo $1000 dep
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FWB 2 br, 2.5 ba, 1 cg,
privacy fenced, near
Chowtaw HS, $750 mo NfI
OBO. Pet ok Ronnie,
ACMS 259-4925
Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing

4Br 3Ba Foreclosure! Opportunity
$11,5001 Only $217/ 682-1800
Mo! 5% down 15 years
@ 8% apr. Buy, 3 Br Baker
$199/Mo! for listings 0 1724Hwy 90
(800)366-9783 ext 5798 3 br, 2 ba; $675
Crestview
* T*lAy *114 Hampton,
NEW J U- ' " 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
S118 Hampton,
Baker, 3br 1ba 6 ac- 2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
res included! As is, you * 238 Runnymeade Dr,
maintain. $650/mo. Call 2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
850-217-8209 for info. 214 Virginia St 650,
2br, 1.5 ba, $650,
Crestview - 3br, 1ba * 687 Valley Rd,
downtown, convenient 2 br, 1 ba; $650
location, window air & 0 206 Virginia St,
gas heat. $510 mo + 2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
SD 682-8483 * 216 Virginia St,
2 br,1.5 be, $650
Crestview - Country 0 575 Pine Ave,
living 3/4 mile north of 3 br, 2 ba; $700
High School. 0 602 Henderson St,
3BR/1.5BA. $800 mo Furn 2 br, 1 bea; $725
$800. dd. Call * 1090A Farmer Si,
830-8411 or 582-2722 Furn. 2 br, 1 ba; $725
Crestvlew - Houses, for 0 104 Corwin St,
Rent. Several to 2 br, 2.5 ba, $725
choose from. C'view, 0 3278 Auburn Rd,
Holt, & Dorcas areas. 3bd/2ba, $750
Call scott 850-546-1192 @ 120 Swaying Pine,
3bd/2.5ba; $795
Crestview - Small 0124 Cabana Way,
2BR/1BA 609 E. Chest- 3bd/2ba; $800
nut Ave. Aval. Aug. 1 * 6474 Moonlight Ln,
$395. mo Deposit & 3 br, 2 bae; $995
Lease. Ref. Required. * 2405 Mill Run Dr,
Call 978-6305 3 br, 2 be; $850
* 6451 Moonlight Ln,
.,unu V 3br, 2ba, $895
NEWU 0IU ** 4034 Randi,
3 br, 2ba; $795
* 3219 Skynight Dr,
Crestview 3 br 1 ba 3 br, 2 ba; $995
226 3rd Ave.. $650. 0 194 Villacrest Dr,
mo. $400. Dep. Pets ok 3 br, 2 be; $995
758-1477 0 1420 Quail Ridge,
3bd, 2ba, $1100
* 6042 Sand Hill Rd,
N W f O AY 4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250
Commercial
restview 3 br 2 b * 593 James Lee Blvd,
Crestvlew 3 br 2 ba 1600sf, $1200
279 Patton St. $650. 1600sf, $1200
mo. $400. Dep. Pets ok NEWLY
758-1477
Crestview 3 br, 1 ba, REDUCE
CH&A w/d hkups, $625 RATES
mo+ $600 dd. No pets/
Smoking 803-7096 Crestview - 3/1 Duplex
GREAT " only $560 mo/$560 dd
A GREAT Crestview - 2/1 Duplex
DEAL only $500 mo/$500 dd
Crestview-' 3br, 2ba, BWB - 3/2 Cottage for
over sized gar., privacy only $825 mo/$825 dd
fence. 5 mi N. of 1-10.
$850 mo. 850-974-0439 v e ereneMUSandT
.313 phone numbers for
these rates. References
yTC U I ~will be verified.
M i lliw * Call 682-7731 for more
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba info
home. ONLY $850 mo!l
Call Jenny at Pelican
Real Estate 315-0972 N r
Crestview- 4 br, 2 be, N
2 cg, FP, 1635sf. 3 yrs
old. $995 mo+dd. pet Teel & Waters
ok 850-244-3131 Real Estate
Crestview area; 3br, RENTALS
2ba w/bonus room. 682-6156
2000sf. Large fenced
backyard. $790 mo. * 3542 Auburn Rd,
259-9113 $675,3 BR 1 BA, 1 AC,


* 3819 Golden Acres,
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1AC
* 217 Forrest Pkwy
$775, 3BR, 1.5BA
* 715 Majestic Prince,
$1,100, 3BR, 2BA
no pets
* 394 Riverchase Blvd
$1000, 3BR, 2BA, 2 CG
*5710 Seminole Dr,
$700, 3BR, 2BA, 2AC
* 2919Aplin Rd,
$750, 3BR, 2BA, 1CG
* 4585 Live Oak Church
$1,100, 3BR, 2BA, 2CG
* 5710 Seminole Dr,
$675, 3BR, 2BA, 2AC
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 year
lease, no inside smok-
ing, pet *fees are non-
refundable.
Call Debra
Frost 682-6156


Crestview Nice lbr
house. 298 S. Cobb.
washer, dryer, stove re-
frigerator. $400/mo +
$400 dep. 682-6514
C'vlew- South of 1-10.
3br, 2ba, lcg, Screen
porch, privacy fence.
$725 mo+dd.682-8483

FWB Gated
Community'
New 4 br, 3 ba, 2 cg,
2349sf, $2,050 month
Sec. deposit required
Mo-Fri 7-4: 864-5426
After Hours: 699-0326


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24� AC - Divided
Thames Rd, Baker, FL
Selling On Site



240t AC - Divided
County Rd 162, Holmes Co., FL
Auction Site for All
Holmes County Properties

120� AC - Divided
Harris-Pollard Rd, Holmes Co., FL
100� AC - Divided
Stevenson-Harris Rd, Holmes Co., FL

Special Financing Available

Callfor Details 800-323-8388

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Crestview- Share quiet
3br brick home in Au-
burn area $450 mo
incis utils Call 902-6081
Individual wants to
S . buy house for invest-
6 1 .] 3 1 ment. Call 651-0987


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NEOW l�ul"
Baker
3 br, 2 ba, CH&A. $575
mo+500dd 537-4380
Baker/ Milligan area, 2
br, 1 ba on 1 acre lot,
no smoke/pets, $475
mo +dd. 850 537-2510
Crestview - MH's for
Rent. Several to
choose from. C'view,
Holt, & Dorcas areas.
Call scott 850-546-1192
Crestview, 3br, 1.5ba,
on 1 acre, total electric
$400/mo + $400 dd
682-0290 or 582-5148
or 758-8736


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Garden City - 3 br, 2
ba double wide. W/D
hkups, fenced., $600.
mo + dd Call 652-4374


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7100 - Homes
7105 - Open Houses
7110 - Beach Home/
Property
7120 - Commercial
7130 - Condo/Townhouse
7140 - Farms & Ranches
7150 - Lots and Acreage
71600- Mobile Homes
7170 - Waterfront
7180 - Investment
Property
7190 - Out-of-Town
Real Estate
7200 - Timeshare


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BWB
Parkwood
Estates Lot
$144,000
Residential lot. in
gated Bluewater Bay
community. One of
the last vacant lots in


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


the Bolton Village
section. Level lot with
large oaks. Call (850)
897-0993 after 5PM 8110
or visit
http://members.cox.net/ Acura Integra 95 $500!
ospreycove/ Honda Civic 99 $400!
Ford Taurus 01 $750!
Toyota Camry 98 $850!
Police Impounds! For
listings call (800)
366-9813 ext 9275.
Buy Police Impounds!!
0 Down 97 Honda Civic $4001
For all land owners. 97 Honda Accord
Your land or family $5001 for listings call
land. All Credit O.K. (800)366-9813 ext 9271
850-682-3344
Donate Your Vehicle
Receive $1000 Grocery
Cancer Foundation
Free 'Mammograms,
Breast Cancer Info
Baker- 1993 Fleetwood www.ubcf.info Free
to be moved. 28'x48' Towing, Tax Deducti-
3 br, 2 bae. Asking $18K ble, Non-Runners Ac-
Call 850 546-0982 cepted, (888)468-5964.


Crestview- Fleetwood
MH 2008, 3 br, 2 be, on
3 lots. Decks,. Awning &
Carport. 685-0218

Get our share of the
Government
Bailout..-.
Receive. up to $8000 to
help buy your new
home... Call Clayton
Homes of Crestview for
details 850-683-0758,


71oo00 New Govern-
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A Local Short Sale Program!
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ertles Free Lists
Sellstate Gulfcoast
Realty 850-472-2500 .

Destin| 71 90
Destiny West,
By Owner Lakefront Grand
Close to the beach Opening Sale! 8/15/09
Beautiful 2 st only 10 acre dockable
Ho fir. dep...W) lakefront only $49,900
stucco, tile roof, 4 lakefront only $49,900
2.5 bh on Paradise Wooded park-like sett-
Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh- 'ng9 � on oAtne of
borhood pool, tennis, Alabama's top recre
Built in 2005d 820 000 t ional lakes . All ameni-
Built in 2005. $820,000. ""ties complete. Boat to
Call 830-3287 for show Gulf of Mexico! Excel-
ing. Agents welcome, lent financing. Call now
(866)952-5302x 1514
Holt - For Sale by
Owner Was L e ,a
$150,000. has been Lakpubfnt Steal! 1.2
Reduced - to acres $49,892. (in lieu
$135,000. 475 Hwy of foreclosure on
90 West (Across from builder.) Gently sloping
Holt fire dept.) lakefront estate on pri-
2BR/2.5 BA on 1 acre vate bass lake. Gor-
of land. Living Room, geous unspoiled sett-
large dining area, ing- no crowds, no
large 2 car garage, noise. Abutting lake-
large storage build- fronts sold for $69,900
ing (24'X40') located and $64,900 - not half
behind home. 'This as nice as this one! Ex-
home is in perfect cellent financing. Call
condition! If you now (888)792-5253,
would like a tour of x2341
this property Call me -"
Ed Cox 862-3303 Or NC Mountains Close-
Ray Cowthan (The Nout SaleCabinShello
Holt Barber) has keys t Sa Cabe S
for the house his 2+ acres with great
number is 537-7423. view, very- private, big
He would be more trees, waterfalls & large
than happy to show public lake nearby,
home.- i$99,500 Bank financ-
ing. (866)275-0442.


Ford F150 XLT '99
Lariet Ext Cab 4x4, to-
taled, motor ' runs,
gears good; 1989
Truck, 4x4, 6 cyl, runs
& drives, broke frame.
$ 1000.00 for both. Call
850-855-1657



I 8170 I
CAMPER
SHELL
Black. Fits small Chevy
or GMC. $200 cash
892-6471



821o

88 Regal w/ Mercruiser
3.0. Restored $3500.
FIRM call 850-305-6775


John Boat w/ Trailer 12'
Minn Kota Trolling mo-
tor w/ battery and
extra's $450 682-9969




50cc Baja Youth dirt
I;~,,_ nsa al1origWna


biKe, . has all original
papers & title Paid
$600. will selr-f&r$030.
902-3254 or 902-3218




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