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Publisher: Okaloosa Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 2009
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EDITORIAL................ ....... A 8
SPORTS ................................ B 1
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BUSINESS......................... B 4
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Congressman checks out local health care

Rep. Miller discusses federal reform during tour of NOMC


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller toured the
hospital that serves upwards, of
80,000 of his constituents on Thurs-
day and came away impressed by
what he saw.
During his remarks before his
tour of North Okaloosa Medical
Center, Miller commented, "We
continue to look at health care re-
form in Washington, D.C. We do
need to reform the health care sys-
tem.
"We need to get costs down, but
I don't support the administration's
plan to cover everyone. We can do
this, but we need to do it together."
Asked if reform can begin at
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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
INSIGHT: Rep. Jeff Miller, )second from left, learns about North
Okaloosa Medical Center's advanced radiology capabilities from
radiologist Dr. James Watson, director of Diagnostic Imaging
Tammy Clark, hospital CEO David Sanders and Chief Medical
Officer Dr. Michael Foley.


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INCOMING: Jerry Kindle joins
the regional Red Cross
chapter as its new CEO.

Change of

command


at the

Red Cross

NW Florida
district welcomes
new CEO
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Last Thursday's change of
command at the Northwest
Florida chapter of the Ameri-
can Red Cross was more of
a congenial gathering of old
friends than a formal hand-
over of responsibilities.
In fact, pretty much the
only formality was incoming
Chief Executive Officer Jer-
ry Kindle's brief foray to the
men's room to
get out of his
routine work
duds, and into
a spiffy suit for
the occasion.
The guest
of honor was
Sheri Frost,
SHERI FROST the outgoing
CEO, who has
served the chapter in vari-
ous capacities for five of her
20 years with the Red Cross.
She arrived as a contractor,
became interim CEO and fi-
nally removed the "interim"
from her title.
"She's just melded this
chapter together," said Kin-
dle. "She's what this day is all
about."
Frost will move to Wilm-
ington, N.C., where she will
resume her consulting prac-
tice, which manages volun-
teer programs for nonprofit
organizations. As a firm be-
liever in the Red Cross' mis-
sion, she plans to immediate-
ly, sign up as a volunteer with
her new local chapter.
Frost's most recent task
was overseeing the North-
west Florida chapter's move
into a bigger office suite.
Since its consolidation follow-
ing a tornado hit at its Pen-
sacola facility, the chapter
outgrew its previous facilities
in the same office park on
South Ferdon Boulevard. It's
the third space the Red Cross
has had in the same com-
plex.
"Okaloosa Land Company
owns the building," Frost ex-
plained. "They've been really
good to us."
The local chapter oversees
disasterrelief efforts through-
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FAMILY SALUTE: Bob Sikes Elementary Principal Gary Massey shakes hands with Phillip
Payton at the door of the Clem Payton Media Center as brothers Tim and Steve
Payton look on. SHARING THE MEMORIES: Below, Martha Barton, Northwood Elementary
teacher; Susan Sexton, Laurel Hill principal; and Dr. Alexis Tibbets, Okaloosa County
superintendent of schools, share a story in the Clem Payton Media Center following a
dedication ceremony.

Library named for late educator


Ann Spann
Crestvieiv News Bulletin

Clem Payton was shocked
at the idea of the media cen-
ter at Bob Sikes Elementary
School bearing his name
but graciously accepted the
honor.
"In retrospect, I wish
we'd planned sooner," cur-
rent Bob Sikes principal
Gary Massey told the crowd
of family, friends and for-
mer students who gathered
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Go online for Morris
sentencing updates
Former Okaloosa
County Sheriff Charlie
Morris was scheduled to
appear in federal court
Tuesday for sentencing.
Go online to www.
nwfdailynews.com and
www.crestviewbulletin.
com for updates from the
sentencing hearing.
Morris pleaded guilty
May 19 to six charges
related to a kickback
scheme he used to get
money for gambling
trips and presents for a
girlfriend.
The scheme involved
giving some employees
bonuses and then
requiring them to return
a portion of the bonus, in
cash, to him.


The FBI arrested
Morris on Feb. 27 in Las
Vegas. He had $5,000 in his
pocket and $30,000 more
stashed in a hotel room
safe.
He was charged with
theft, fraud and money
laundering.
Morris faces a
maximum sentence of 85
years in federal prison.
- Tom McLaughlin /
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Okaloosa traffic
ticket surcharge
doubling
Okaloosa County
commissioners have
approved an ordinance
effective Sept. 1 that will
raise traffic tickets by $15.
The county already


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collects a $15 surcharge on
every ticket, which brings
in about $450,000 a year,
said County Administrator
Jim Curry.
Doubling the surcharge
to $30 is projected to
raise more than $900,000
a year. The money will
be used to finance a
new courthouse annex
extension at the Northwest
Florida Fairgrounds
and renovations to the
courthouse in Crestview.
The Legislature
approved a measure this
year that allows counties
to raise surcharges to fund
court buildings.
"This is a dedicated
revenue source that
can only be used for
courthouse facilities,"
Curry said.
The annex extension
project would have come


to a halt without the
Legislature's action, Curry
said.
, - Mona Moore /
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Okaloosa Schools
delay starting
date for privatized
custodial services
An overlooked
contract clause will delay
the starting date for a
company selected to
oversee custodial services
at 10 Okaloosa County
schools.
School Board attorney
Jeff Mclnnis told board
members Thursday
that they must hold
off approving the final
contract with GCA


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Services Group until
their Sept. 28 meeting
because of a contract with
the Education Support
Professional Association.
Under the contract,
workers must be given 60
days' notice of changes,
such as that one, McInnis
said.
At their July 27 meeting,
board members voted 3-2
to authorize the district to
negotiate a final contract
with GCA, a national
management organization
that specializes in facility
services. The completed
contract was scheduled
to return to the board for
final approval Monday, but
must be tabled until the 60-
day clause is fulfilled.
Board members were
silent for a moment after
the announcement. Vice-
Chairman Rodney Walker
then asked if that meant
the company wouldn't be
working in the schools
until more than a month
after classes began.
Facilities Director
Bill Smith confirmed
the company could not
begin working until after
the board approved the
contract. He said the
existing school district
custodial staff will be in
the schools.
Currently, the district
employs all custodians and
school principals oversee
them. However, budget
constraints have forced
principals to eliminate
custodial positions,
and school cleanliness
suffered.
Ten schools affected
by the cuts volunteered
to participate in the pilot
program to determine
whether privatizing
custodial services would
mean more custodians for
less money.
Patrick Strong,
president of the
Educational Support
Professional Association,
said the 60-day notice
was vital to ensure all
employees understand
what is happening.
The notice also is
important because it gives
workers and the public a
chance to express their
opinions on the change.
Strong said the union
hasn't even begun to
discuss what will occur in
the next 60 days because


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the board moved forward
with the privatization
much faster than
anticipated.
- Katie Tammen /
Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Walton County man
dies of swine flu
A 21-year-old man died
Thursday as a result of
swine flu, the first such
death of an Okaloosa,
Santa Rosa or Walton
County resident during
this year's outbreak.
Chase Ray died at
Sacred Heart Hospital
in Pensacola, where he'd
been hospitalized for more
than a week with the H1N1
virus.
The Health Department
has confirmed two recent
H1N1 cases in Walton
County.
The first was detected
July.15 in a 17-year-old
who apparently was
exposed to the virus while
traveling out-of-state.
The second case,
presumably Ray's, was
confirmed last week.
He was believed to have
contracted the virus in
Orlando.
Ray lived about six
days after his case was
confirmed.
His death came a week
after Hurlburt Field's
1st Special Operations
Medical Group confirmed
four cases in airmen and .
said 59 others might be
infected.
For many of those,
the strain will become no
worse than a common flu,
health officials say.
About 44,000 cases of
swine flu in the United
States have been reported
to the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention
since mid-April. Although
only about 5,000 people
have been hospitalized,
some 302 have died.
In late July, the CDC
quit counting cases.
Of all the U.S. cases,
half have been among
young people between
the ages of 5 and 24,
in contrast to other flu
strains that affect large
numbers of elderly
persons.
- Andrew Gant and
Kim White / Florida
Freedom Newspapers


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Arits & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


Curtain rises on new drama teacher



Neil Simon comedy kicks off CHS theater season


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Smack dab in the
middle of rehearsals is
not the most convenient
time for the director of
a play to have to leave
town. Fortunately, for
outgoing Crestview High
School drama teacher
Joe Hernandez, he not
only has a well-qualified
replacement waiting in the
wings, but a seasoned cast
to assure the program's fall
show will be a success.
Hernandez departed at
the beginning of the month
to pursue his MFA in
acting at the University of
Southern Mississippi.
There was a bit of a lag
while his replacement,
Allison Wilks, was hired.
During the interim, the
cast of "Brighton Beach
Memoirs" has been
diligently rehearsing for its
Sept. 17 opening night.
"It is going to be a bit
of a difficult transition
because the kids are
rehearsing without
anyone there," lamented
Hernandez, who.delayed
his departure from
Crestview as long as
possible.
Fortunately, none of the
talented cast members
are strangers to the Pearl
Tyner Auditorium stage.
Their experience is serving
them well during a time of
transition in the school's
fledgling drama program.
In the lead, playing


Eugene Morris Jerome' is
Jesse Hinton.
"Everybody's giving 100
percent and it's looking like
it's going to be a big hit,"
said Hinton. "It'll be fun.
I'm looking forward to it a
lot."
Other cast members
whom we've enjoyed
in previous CHS
productions, including
last spring's "Footloose"
and "Oklahoma!" in 2008,
are Amanda Pack, Megan


Gordon, Jarrick Rivers,
Emily Gesink, George Fry
and Morgan Teel.
"We've had a lot of
casting changes this
summer, which has been a
huge frustration, but it has
come together and I think
it'll work," said Hernandez.
"We've got a strong
cast," Hernandez
continued. "Jesse Hinton,
playing Eugene, is just
doing an amazing job.
He's a junior this year and


'BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS'
Neil Simon comedy, Sept. 17-20,
7 p.m. nightly, at the Crestview High
School Pearl Tyner Auditorium
Tickets, are $7 for ages and go on sale Aug.
17. Mail checks to PO Box 1173, Crestview, FL
32536-1 173, or stop by the CHS office. Tickets
will also be sold at the door on performance
nights when available.
Cast:
Jesse Hinton, Eugene Morris Jerome
Amanda Pack, Nora
Megan Gordon, Kate Jerome
Jarrick Rivers, Stanley Jerome
Emily Gesink, Laurie
George Fry, Jack Jerome
Morgan Teel, Blanche
Coming in February: The CHS drama
department will present the classic musical
"Fiddler on the Ro6f" the first weekend in
February.

Special to the Crestview News Bulletin
LEADING MAN: Crestview High School drama program
veteran Jesse Hinton will star in the Neil Simon
comedy "Brighton Beach Memoirs" next month.


has really come out of his
shell."
Hernandez also has
great faith in Wilks' talent
and experience. The two
were classmates in the
University of Mobile's
theater program.
"With Miss Wilks
coming in, I know it'll come
together," he said. "It's a
big transition for Allison
having to come in. She's
going to teach as well as
direct.


"She's excited about
coming to Crestview,"
Hernandez continued.
"I couldn't pick a better
person. I'm really glad Mr.
Coleman (CHS principal
Ed Coleman) picked her.
She's going to get things
done."
The new drama
instructor isn't the only
change in the school's
theater program. New
audio equipment will make
the shows sound better and


will be easier to operate,
said sound designer
Chayne Sparagowski,
a CHS alumnus who
returns to offer his audio
expertise for the school's
productions.
Refurbishments to
the auditorium, including
a new grand drape and
new ceiling, and its
sound system meant the
cast of "Brighton Beach
Memoirs" had to find
alternative rehearsal
locations this summer.
The wit of Neil Simon was
soon resounding in area
churches and other venues
as the seven-member cast
started learning their lines.
"We've had to take
rehearsals to other
places. Just random
places," confirmed Hinton.
"Whatever it takes to get
practice in."
"Memoirs" is the
first of Simon's semi-
autobiographical "Eugene
Trilogy." Its original star,
Matthew Broderick, won a
Tony Award when it opened
in 1983. Simon followed
"Memoirs".with his equally
successful "Biloxi Blues"
(Broderick played Eugene
in the first two plays as
well as the film version
of "Biloxi Blues") and
"Broadway Bound."
"It's a great comedy.
It'll be something new,"
Hernandez said of the
coming-of-age story of a
Jewish boy growing up in
Brooklyn, N.Y. "It'll be a
good show for the area."


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Meet the
Big Red Machine
Jack Foster Stadium is
the place to be Friday night
for your chance to get a
sneak preview of the Crest-
view High School Band's
new routines and music
during the annual Meet
the Band program. Johari
Harris will make his public
debut as the Big Red Ma-
chine's new drum major as
he and the band give fans an
exciting glimpse of the mu-
sical artistry of the region's
premier marching band.
The music and action begin
at 7 p.m. Admission is free.

Northwest Florida
Ballet School
new classes
The Northwest Florida
Ballet School's dance class-
es are now in session for
ages 4 through adult. NFB
offers a well-rounded cur-
riculum of dance instruc-
tion in ballet, jazz, modern,
hip-hop, character and Pi-
lates. New offerings for this
year include adult beginner
ballet, "Ballroom Jam" for
middle and high school stu-
dents, and the huge Latin
sensation "Zumba."
Contact the NFB Bal-
let School at 850-664-7787
for more information and


class times.

Cast and Crew Call
The Emerald Coast Con-
vention and Visitors Bureau
and the Okaloosa Applied
Technology Center are of-
fering the opportunity for
actors and film/TV produc-
tion professionals to regis-
ter with the Emerald Coast
Film Commission and to
learn about the opportuni-
ties offered by the center.
Take your headshot (6x4
or 5x7) with personal infor-
mation including date of
birth, address, phone and
e-mail on the back, and film
r6sum6, if you have one, to
the Okaloosa Applied Tech-
nology Center, 1976 Lewis
Turner Blvd. (next to the
Fairgrounds), Fort Walton
Beach, on Saturday, Aug. 22,
from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

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.
Rehearsals start Tues-
day, Sept. 15, at Grace
Presbyterian Church in
Niceville. Auditions are by
appointment. For further
information and to sched-
ule an audition time, call Dr..
Marilyn Overturf, director,
at 682-9651.


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out the entire four-county area,
including Escambia, Santa Rosa,
Okaloosa and Walton counties.
From its Crestview headquar-
ters, the local Red Cross directs
relief efforts for everything from
the loss of a home due to fire to
a major natural disaster, such as
a hurricane.
Upstairs in the two-story suite,
a disaster relief headquarters is
outfitted and ready for immedi-
ate activation. Offices, meeting
space and communication equip-
ment stand by for volunteers and
paid staff to jump in and manage
relief efforts. In a hurricane, op-
erations will move to Davidson
Middle School in north Crestview,
which serves as a regional evacu-
ation facility and emergency op-
erations center.
Kindle brings to the Red
Cross years of experience in the
U.S. Navy, in which he most re-
cently served at Naval Air Sta-
tion Pensacola. Prior to that,
he was manager of the Navy's
emergency shelter in Virginia
Beach.
"We didn't actually have an
event, but we had a lot of train-
ing," Kindle said.
"We have no intent of hav-
ing an event while I'm here," he
hastily joked.
The Red Cross is planning
a Military Family FRm Camp in
Pensacola on Aug. 15, but there
are currently no plans for similar
activities in the Okaloosa county
seat region.
That might soon change.
"We've got a bunch of things
in the pot," Kindle said, "but
they've got to bubble up to the
top."


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Photos by BRIAN HUGHES | Crestview New
TOUR GUIDES: Rep. Jeff Miller, second from left, tours NOM'
CEO David Sanders, left, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Micha
Foley and Chief Nursing Officer Nina Perez. CARING STAFF:
top, Lela Stroud, MS BSN, and Beth McKee, RN, welcome
Jeff Miller to NOMC's colorful pediatrics department.


"*'1 the community level, Miller (R-
-. .- Chumuckla) replied, "It has to
be a unified effort through tort
reform."
Miller cited extra medical
procedures ordered to ward off
malpractice lawsuits, waste,
fraud and abuse as major con-
tributors to the spiraling cost of
health care.
"Those that are abusing the
system have to be found and pros-
ecuted so the dollars go where
they have to go," Miller said.

NOMC tour
During 2008, Miller learned,
North Okaloosa Medical Cen-
ter's 900 full- and part-time em-
ployees, including professional
medical staff and doctors, saw
more than 25,000 emergency
. room patients alone. They per-
formed almost 11,000 surgeries,
had more than 54,000 patient vis-
its for imaging services and de-
livered more than 600 babies.
"We truly.are one very busy
hospital," said Chief Executive
Officer David Sanders during
his briefing for Miller before the
representative toured the facil-
ity. "We anticipate this being im-
pacted greatly by the 7th Special
Forces."
The Army's arrival in the
Crestview area over the next
two years will increase the pop-
ulation by an anticipated 6,067
people, including families and
support staff.
's Bulletin During his tour of Crestview's
hospital, Miller was escorted
C with by Sanders; Chief Nursing Of-
Del ficer Nina Perez; Chief Medical
: At Officer Dr. Michael Foley; and
e Rep. members of the hospital's board
of directors, including Crestview


FUTURE PLANS: Rep. Jeff Miller,
foreground, observes the site
of North Okaloosa Medical
center's planned expansion as
hospital CEO David Sanders
explains the facility's growth
plans.

Mayor David Cadle.
Miller met staff members in
units, including the nursery, ra-
diology, pediatrics and the emer-
gency room.
"I could work in any emer-
gency room in the area," Emer-
gency Department Director Jeff
Claudio told Miller. "I choose to
work in this one."
Sanders paused at a window
to show Miller the location of the
hospital's planned new patient
tower that will greatly expand
the facility's capacity.
"We don't want to be the fa-
cility of convenience," Sanders
explained. "We want to be the
facility of choice. We want to give
people a reason to stay here, and
not go somewhere else. We want
to give people a reason to have
care locally."
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to come to the hospital and see
what you have going and have
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ties, teamwork, significant self-improvement, personal
achievements, notable accomplishments, and commu-
nity service and support.
Burgess, an aerospace science instructor with 20
years of military service, is assigned to Brentwood High
School, N.Y.
He is the son of Queen E. Burgess of Jersey City, N.J.
His wife, Dainette, is the daughter of Louis S. Garvin of
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on Thursday to honor Payton, who
passed away June 27.
Payton was the first principal at
Bob Sikes Elementary School and
served more than 35 years as a
teacher, administrator and supervi-
sor in the Okaloosa County School
District. He graduated from the Uni-
versity of Alabama on Aug. 12, 1948,
and began his career in education
the next day at Escambia Farms
High School. He went on to become
principal at Escambia Farms, as
well as at Northwood and Bob Sikes
Elementary, before taking the posi-
tion of superintendent of elementary
education in Okaloosa County.
Faye Shaw, a retired Okaloosa
County teacher, was a student at Es-
cambia Farms School when Payton
arrived in 1948.
"He was young, just out of col-
lege, and he came with wisdom,"
said Shaw. "He opened the world for
us country bumpkins and made us
look at ourselves as though we could
do anything. Mr. Payton made me
believe it would be a sin if I didn't go
to college."
Dr. Alexis Tibbetts, current Oka-
loosa County superintendent of
schools, was a student at Bob Sikes
School when it opened in the fall of
1958.
"I have never felt so safe and pro-
tected as I did in this school. Mr. Pay-


"He was young, just
out of college, and he
came with wisdom. He
opened the world for
us country bumpkins
and made us look at
ourselves as though we
could do anything. Mr.
Payton made me
believe it would be a sin
ifI didn't go to college."

Faye Shaw
retired Okaloosa County teacher

ton loved you unconditionally, and
you knew he was going to take care
of you," an emotional Tibbetts told
the crowd as she spoke of her per-
sonal relationship and her family's
friendship with the Payton family.
Tibbetts talked about Payton's
work in the community, his artis-
tic creativity and his many years of
leadership at the First Presbyterian
Church of Crestview.
"I don't know anyone that I re-


spected, admired or revered as much
as Mr. Payton," Tibbetts said. "He's
here in spirit, still telling us that we
can accomplish great things."
Florida state senator and former
Okaloosa County superintendent of
schools Don Gaetz told those in at-
tendance that Clem Payton would be
proud that his two former students
- Dr. Tibbetts and school board
member Cathy Thigpen - are lead-
ing the Okaloosa School District as
the best in the state.
"It's highly appropriate to name
the media center after him. It's 'a
safe and quiet place where children
can go for answers," Gaetz said.
Gaetz described Payton as "a
man who was unfailingly thoughtful
at exactly the right time. It's so ap-
propriate that the heartbeat of the
school he loved will be named in his
honor for ever and ever."
Friends and former colleagues
shared stories about Clem Payton
'with his three sons, Steve, Phillip
and Tim, in the newly refurbished
media center after Massey unveiled
the brightly colored sign above the
door.
In her closing statements, Dr.
Tibbetts summed up the feeling of
many who attended the ceremony:
"Thanks for the memories Mr. Pay-
ton. We will miss this giant, but gen-
tle giant, of a man."


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Local


Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Marie Garcia
Catalog Librarian
Robert L F. Sikes Public Library

CENSUS 2010
Don't forget to fill out the
short, 10-question census form
when it arrives. Census data
is used to determine locations
for retail stores and other
community facilities and to
determine where there is a need
for additional social services
and funding. Census data also
determine boundaries for
state and local.legislative and
congressional districts. Go to
www.2010censustgov.

LEARNING EXPRESS
Available on our Web
site, www.cityofcrestview.
org/library.htm, is the
LearningExpressLibrary, a
database of various practice
tests and job skill building


information. Some of the tests
and topics include
* GED
* ASVAB
* Cosmetology
* Nursing
* Plumbing
* Real Estate
* U.S. Citizenship
Our books on these topics are
often checked out because of
high demand, so it's worthwhile
to have a look! All you need is a
library card registered within
Okaloosa County's library co-op
(Bookmobile, Crestview, Destin,
Fort Walton Beach, Mary Esther,
Niceville and Valparaiso). Click
on Electronic Resources from
the drop-down box on our home
page and scroll down to the
LearningExpressLibrary link to
register or sign on!

TEEN PROGRAMS
* Teens ages 12-18 can join
us for Wii gaming every Friday


Check it OUT

from 2-4 p.m. in the Story Room.
* Interested in joining a teen
Anime/Manga club? Teens ages
12 and older can join us in the
Story Room every Tuesday from
4:30-5:30 p.m.

STAFF PICKS
* "All-of-a-Kind Family"
by Sydney Taylor. (J Fic Tay)
Grades 3-6. If you like Laura
Ingalls Wilder's "Little House
on the Prairie" series, you
might also enjoy Sydney
Taylor's classic "All-of-a-Kind
Family" series. In "All-of-a-
Kind Family," the reader is
introduced to Ella, Charlotte,
Sarah, Henny, and Gertie, five
young girls growing up at the
turn of the 20th century in
New York's Lower East Side.
Each chapter details the fun
adventures of this family, based
on Taylor's own childhood in
New York. Also, those unfamiliar
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the culture as the family has fun
preparing for holidays such as
Rosh Hashanah and Purim!


JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask
any staff member: Jean,
Janice, Audrey, Sharon,
Sandra, Heather, Anna,
Sengdara, Tracey, Marie, or
Mike.

CONTACT US
On the Web: www.cityof
crestview.org/library.htm
Phone: 850-682-4432
Address: 1445 Commerce
Drive, Crestview, FL 32539
(Behind the Crestview Post
Office)

QUOTE
Success isn't something
you have to get, it's just the
automatic consequence of
integrity. If you're the best
carpenter around, you don't have
to advertise.
- David R. Hawkins


EXTENSION CONNECTION


Marriage shouldn't be a taxing experience


Elaine A. Courtney
Okaloosa County Extension

June is the most
popular month for
weddings in Florida.
By August, when the
honeymoon is over and
the gifts have been put
away, it is time to look at
your finances. Marriage
brings many joys and a
few unexpected challenges
- such as filing your taxes
together. If you start now,
well in advance of tax
season, completing your
first tax return as husband
and wife will go more
smoothly.
Here are several items
for your income tax to-do
list:
* A woman who takes
her husband's surname
upon marriage should
notify the Social Security
Administration and her
employer of the change.


IFAS Extension
This will ensure that
earnings are properly
reported and credited.
Newlyweds should also
submit new W-4 forms with
their employers to ensure
that withholding from their
paychecks reflects their
new marital status.
* When your marriage
involves a move, you
should complete IRS Form
8822, Change of Address.
You can find this form on
the IRS Web site at www.
irs.gov, or you can request
a copy by calling 1-800-829-
3676.
* It doesn't matter if
you got married on Jan.
1, Dec. 31, or anytime in
between. As far as the IRS
is concerned, you will be
considered married all
year and must file as a


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Extension Office, 5479
Old Bethel Road

married taxpayer.
* Choosing the best
filing status is a major tax
decision for newlyweds -
and one that often requires
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What is Relay For Life?


Special to the News Bulletin
Relay For Life is a celebration of life in
honor of those touched by cancer. Relay
For Life also raises funds for the American
Cancer Society's programs of research,
education, advocacy and service - pro-
grams that can reduce cancer deaths and
cancer incidence and improve the quality
of life for those touched by cancer.
Relay For Life began in 1985. Dr. Gor-
don Klatt, an oncologist in Tacoma Wash.,
wanted to make a difference in the lives of
his cancer patients. Dr. Klatt's idea was to
run laps around a track for 24 hours and
raise funds. He raised $27,000 and donated
the money to the American Cancer Soci-
ety.
Since then, Relay For Life has grown
to become the American Cancer Society's
national signature activity. In 2007, more
than 4,800 Relay For Life events were held
throughout the United States and raised
just over $400 million. More than 3 million
people participated, and more than 500,000
cancer survivors walked the opening lap.
In Florida, Relay For Life grew to 329
events and had more than 100,000 par-
ticipants and more than 19,000 survivors
walking the opening laps. Almost $22 mil-
lion was raised in the fight against cancer
in Florida alone. The 2009 Crestview event
raised more than $130,000.
Relay For Life is the largest fundrais-
ing event in the United States. It has also
grown to 19 other countries outside the
United States.
Relay For Life is ,a true community
event where people of all ages and from
all walks of life come together for a com-
mon cause. Attendees walk, jog or run
relay-style around the tracks or pathways
at school or community football fields, fair-
grounds and parks for 18 hours. Friends,


CRESTVIEW RELAY FOR LIFE
The 2010 American Cancer
Society's Crestview Relay for Life
is scheduled for April 23 and 24,
2010.
For more information, call
Emily Jennings, American Cancer
Society, at 244-3813, ext. 116;
Loney Whitley, event chairman
at 537-3500; or Larry Hendren,
marketing .'publicity chairman at
652-3778.


relatives, local businesses, hospitals,
schools, faith-based organizations, service
clubs and other organizations organize
teams of 10-15 people. Each team member
is asked to raise a minimum of $100 before
the event.
Food, fun and camaraderie are part of
the Relay For Life experience. There is
the opening ceremony and first lap, called
the "victory lap." Attendees cheer on lo-
cal cancer survivors, friends, family mem-
bers and co-workers who have survived
cancer. There is a more solemn aspect of
the event during the Luminaria ceremony.
This is an emotional candle-lighting cer-
emony to honor those who have survived
cancer and to remember those who have
not. This powerful ceremony ties partici-
pants personally to the cause of fighting
cancer.
Relay For Life is about a community
taking up the fight.
Relay For Life - it's all about provid-
ing hope for the future, progress toward a
cure, and answers to cancer questions.
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Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A7


IFAS from page A6
tax form. Generally - but not always - filing a
joint return results in the lowest tax bill. Keep
in mind that when you file a joint return, each
spouse is personally liable for everything on
the return. Filing separately may be a better
choice if one spouse has high medical expenses
or miscellaneous itemized deductions. On the
other hand, some tax credits and deductions
are reduced or eliminated for married couples
filing separately. For example, separate filers
cannot take advantage of education tax credits
or deduct student loan interest. Figuring your
taxes both ways is the best way to determine
which filing status results in the lowest tax bill.
Consult an accountant or tax professional for
more information.
Getting married is exciting, but don't
forget to talk about money and how you will
handle taxes, paying bills, savings and more.
Communicating early in marriage about your
finances will save you headaches later!
Elaine A. Courtney is the Family &
Consumer Science agent for the University of
Florida/IFAS-Okaloosa Extension.


Charter
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bu
The committee
review the city of Cre
charter is taking sha
Four of the five
members and the m
city clerk announce
appointments to ti
charter review co
during the Crestv
council meeting Moi
The appointees ar
Helt (appointedbyBo
the Rev. Dale Wall
pointed by Charles
Ellis Connor (appo
Linda Parker), Tim
(appointed by Chij
Derek Lott (appoi
Mayor David Cad
Jerry Milligan (appo


review committee appointees announced
City Clerk Janice Young). southwest corner of South review Ordinance No. 1429
lletin The nominees were unan- Main Street and Martin Lu- was scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
imously approved, their King Boulevard. Aug. 24, before the council's
that will The consent agenda also regular meeting. Ordinance
estview's Other business included site construction No. 1429 vacates an existing
ape. plans and floor plans for the drainage easement in the
council * The council scheduled a Woodlawn Baptist Church vicinity of the Arbor Lake de-
iayor and budget hearing for Aug. 31 at addition, a 17,928-square-foot velopment.
*ed their 6 p.m. City Finance Director multipurpose educational The council will convene
he city's Patti Beebe and City Clerk building between Woodlawn as the Community Redevel-
ommittee Janice Young requested the Drive and North Ferdon Bou- opment Association at 5:45
iew city meeting for further direction levard. p.m. Aug. 24 for review of the
nday. on preparing the city's bud- . The council heard a Fagade Improvement Grant
re Robyn get for the 2009-10 fiscal year. first reading of Ordinance Application recently ap-
obAllen), * The consent agenda No. 1417, with amendments proved by the Grant Review
ters (ap- passed unanimously. ' to provide labor intensive Board.
Baugh), The consent agenda in- transportation facilities and * Mayor Cadle announced
inted by cluded site plafls for Palmer sufficient parking facilities, service awards will be pre-
Brennan Global Enterprises LLC, a Ordinance No. 1417 would es- sented to Robert Williams
p Wells), new 9,375-square-foot metal tablish the regulations nec- (five years) of the Public Ser-
nted by building for warehouse stor- essary to implement a down- vices Department and Mary,
Ile) and age and 2,800 square feet of town parking district. Whitaker (20 years) with the
pointed by upstairs office space at the * A public workshop to Crestview clerk's office.


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Wednesday, August 12, 2009


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

Topic: Prominent Laurel Hill citizen McDonald
Campbell shares the wisdom of 95 years on her birth-
day.
Hard to believe Laurel Hill once had so many shops
and services! Things go in cycles. Maybe Miss Campbell
will see her little town bloom again with the arrival of
the Army in the north end of the county. Happy birthday!

My Nana tells me wonderful stories about growing up
when she was a young woman. These older people have
good stories we can learn things from. Too bad we can't
buy a car new for $840!

What a wonderful story. We need to pay closer atten-
tion to what our seniors have to say. Their experience
can be so valuable. Happy Birthday, Miss Campbell!

Sounds like an amazing woman! I hope I have half
the faculties she's obviously got when I reach her age.
Happy Birthday, Ma'am!

Topic: Change of command at the Crestview
Wal-mart.
(Former manager) Jon Kurpil was and no doubt still
is a great guy to work for. (New manager Pat) Riley has
some big shoes to fill, but if he can do well in California,
where Wal-mart is openly attacked by other businesses,
he should enjoy it here!

I enjoyed working for you Jon. Good luck with moving
up! ... I should have said I enjoyed working for you all
three times! Thanks for continuously giving me my job
back! Have a good one!

Topic: Proposed school district budget includes
tentative millage increase.
Why not - every other local and state govern-
ment agency is raising taxes and fees to offset the "tax
breaks" we are getting. Don't pay the teachers what you
have contracted to pay and raise taxes - makes sense!
.We have to raise funds for the closed school in Crestview
that they are remodeling for new offices. Couldn't afford
to fix it for the students or repair the other schools that
are falling down, but for the administration anything
,goes.

Topic: Pace High School administrators face jail
time for allegedly violating a court order forbidding
promotion of religion in Santa Rosa County schools.
. Religion is never shoved down anyone's throat. No-
body held a gun to their head and made them stay and
'listen to the prayer. You can take it or leave it. You don't
have to be part of it. You can politely excuse yourself if
* the prayer bothers you. That is what is wrong with this
country today. I would much rather teach my child.to
pray than teach them that stealing is okay and that s'ex
'before marriage is okay and that it is better to mooch off
the government than to get a job and pay your own way.
I stand up and applaud these people for offering prayer
'to the Lord above!

I am a Christian and I applaud the ACLU for pro-
.tecting the U.S. Constitution and the rights it affords
-everyone, not just those who find it convenient at some
.particular time. I can just imagine how you folks would
'react if everyone could bellow their prayers in schools,
-and it was time for the young Hindu or Muslim child in
.your kid's class to lead the prayers. How'd you like your
kids all having to get on their hands and knees to face
.Mecca, just as you expect kids of other faiths to have to
,suffer through someone else's religion?


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An afternoon on your 'favorite' roads


The News Bulletin. '
recently started a "Roads to
Ruin" feature. We'll examine ,
some of the area's worst
roads, talk to residents who
live and drive there, and ask.
the government authorities if >
anything can be done to make KYLEI
things better. - 50
I decided to take a tour of
some of the north county's
"roads to ruin" to see them for
myself.
I wanted to see if any of the roads
frequently mentioned by callers and
on the www.crestviewbulletin.com
Web site were dramatically worse
than any of the others.
I also wanted to compare the
oft-mentioned roads to my own dirt
road. (A disclaimer: In the interest of
not using the newspaper to promote
my own self-interest, we've never
written about the dirt road I live on,
and we never will, even if a 20-by-20-
by-20 sinkhole opens up one day and
swallows my car whole).
I brought along my voice recorder
and kept an audio diary of what I
saw.
1:54 p.m. - Starting out east
on U.S. Highway 90 from the News
Bulletin parking lot. My 16-month-old
son is strapped securely in the back
seat to keep me company.
My list of stops includes The
Pines subdivision (including Kervin
Road), CR-393, Fairchild Road,
Okaloosa Lane and old Antioch
Road. These roads were the ones
mentioned when we asked tlhe public
to tell us which local roads were
most in need of repair.
I've been on Fairchild Road,
Okaloosa Lane and old Antioch many
times. I've never been on the others
on the list. I want to see them all at
one time to get a good idea of how
they compare to each other.
We just had a thundershower,
so there should be some puddles.
It shouldn't be flooded, but the
conditions should give a good sense
of what residents on these roads go
through when it rains.
2:10 p.m. - "Welcome to


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Beaches of South Walton."
Oops. Remember, this is a
commentary on local roads;
not an authoritative piece on.
navigation.
2:12 p.m. -You are
entering Okaloosa County.
Interesting how one side of
the county line welcomes
me to the beach and the side


of the other county line offers me a
phone number to call in case I get a
DUI.
2:13 p.m. - Turning into the
Pines subdivision. As promised by
a reader, there is a large puddle
on Bobolink Drive, one of the east-
west dirt roads running through the
subdivision. The thing that stands
out to me is not so much the number
or condition of the dirt roads, but
how narrow they are compared to
the dirt roads I'm used to.
And my 16-month-old has gotten
his double-knotted shoes untied.
2:17 p.m. - Bottomed out for
the first time ... but this one was
completely my fault for turning
around on a non-road.
2:20 p.m. - Entered Kervin Road
for the first time ever.
2:26 p.m. - Recorded six
minutes worth of remarks but
elected not to use any of them. The
county is in the midst of long-awaited
repairs to the road. I wouldn't want
someone critiquing one of my stories
before I complete it. Therefore,
it would not be fair to assess the
county's work on this road before it
is complete.
I'll just summarize by saying I
can see how the road could get torn
up pretty easily, and that I hope the
repairs make things better for the
residents in the area.
2:29 p.m. - Turning north on
CR-393.
2:35 p.m. - How did this road get
on my list? I'm not going to nominate
it for "Best Paved Road in the
Country," and it is a little bumpy, but
I've seen plenty that are far worse.
2:36 p.m. - Made executive
decision to remove CR-393 from


our online poll asking "Which
north county road needs the most
attention?" (NOTE: It turns out, you
can't remove poll answers once they
are posted on our Web site).
2:44 p.m. - My 16-month-old is
asleep. Is it because this assignment
is so tiring or because the drive on
U.S. Highway 90 and State Road 85
en route to the north end of Fairchild
Road is so smooth?
2:56 p.m. - Reached the north
end of Fairchild Road. Greeted by a
big splash of mud from a puddle that
formed where the pavement ends
and the dirt begins.
2;:59 p.m. - Giant washout on my
left, though it is clearly marked and
barricaded.
3 p.m. - Large amounts of
standing water to my right as I drive
south. It's easy to see why this road
frequently washes out.
3:01 p.m. - Reached the paved
portion of Fairchild Road. In some
ways, the paved portion is bumpier
than the unpaved portion, but I
would rather live on the paved part
of the road.
3:04 p.m. - Turning south onto
Okaloosa Lane. I once lived in this
neighborhood and have a pretty good
idea what to expect.
3:06 p.m. - Driving down the
dirt portion of Okaloosa Lane. A
giant puddle still stands in the same
spot where I took a photo of a giant
puddle earlier this summer, just east
of the new Riverside Elementary
and Shoal River Middle School. The
news we hear is the school district
plans to pave part of Okaloosa Lane.
Here's hoping they get the part with
this puddle. On the bright side, if not,
the schools can offer swim lessons
without building a pool.
3:08 p.m. - Adding to a long trail
of mud from Okaloosa Lane to the
school entrances. This might not be
a life-and-death problem (though
some say it is), but it definitely -
detracts from the two new buildings.
5:10 p.m. - Turning from State
Road 85 onto old Antioch Road after

. Se WRIGHT A9


There is no separation of church and state


News Bulletin Sports
Editor Randy Dickson,
who also is a deacon at
First Baptist Church in
Fort Walton Beach, posted
this column as a series
of posts in response to
a story on Pace High
administrators facing jail
time for allegedly violating
a court order forbidding
the promotion of religion
in Santa Rosa County
Schools.
I have made a hobby
of studying the First
Amendment for the
better part of 30 years.
That amendment states
Congress shall make
no law respecting an
establishment of religion
or prohibiting the free
exercise thereof or
abridging the freedom of
speech.
Nowhere in that
statement do I see the
phrase "separation of


church and
state." The First
Amendment offers
an establishment
clause protecting
the, rights of
citizens from a
state-sanctioned
church. The intent
was to prevent,
say, Florida from
becoming a state where
Methodist was the state
religion, or Alabama as a
Baptist-only state.
James Madison and
those who helped him
pen the Constitution
must have felt pretty
strongly by addressing
religious freedoms first
in the amendment. They
understood the dangers
of having a certain
denomination adopted by
the state and sharing or
imparting power to and
from the state.
Thomas Jefferson


RANDY
DICKSON


coined the
"separation" term
in a letter to a
church in Danbury,
Conn., in 1802.
Eventually that
phrase found a way
into the Supreme
Court records
where it was cited
several times


before being accepted as
the law of the land.
Ironically, Congress
has not violated the First
Amendment, but the courts
in the decision concerning
(Pace principal) Frank Lay
and (Pace athletic director)
Robert Freeman have. I
do not see how any logical
person can claim saying
a blessing over a meal is
establishing a religion, but
I can see how it denies
school employees their
* freedom of religion and
freedom of speech.
This is not the first case


where the courts have gone
too far. A football coach
in New Jersey, Marcus
Borden, was forced to
resign when he bowed his
head during a student-led
'team prayer. The school
district claims the coach
was endorsing Christianity
when he bowed. As an
official of the school, he
thus violated the wall of
separation.
In the halls and walls
Washington, D.C., Scripture
passages and Biblical
references are engraved
in stone. Many of these
buildings were designed
and built during the
lifetimes of the founding
fathers of this nation. What
"separation of church and
state"?
Every president from
George Washington to Mr.
Obama has taken his oath

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Local


Cresiview News Bulletin A9


WRIGHT from page A8
a quick shopping trip in Fort Walton Beach. Because who
among us doesn't do their wedding anniversary shopping
in the midst of a running commentary on local roads on
the day before the anniversary?
5:14 p.m. - If old Antioch Road was a seldom-used
country road, there wouldn't be many complaints.
However, because it could and should be a southern
version of PJ. Adams Road, it's frustrating that the road is
too narrow and considerably bumpy in many places.
5:15 p.m. - If nothing else, it would be nice to have
a stoplight where old Antioch Road merges with PJ.
Adams/Antioch Road for people trying to make a left turn.
The biggest impression? None of these roads were
so much worse than the others that it made me scream,
"This road needs immediate attention." None were that
much worse than my own. Frankly, I would trade my own
road for old Antioch Road. Anyone who lives or drives on
any ef the county's 200-plus miles of dirt roads likely has
to deal with a bumpy ride any time it rains.
If I had money to burn and ran the county for a day, I
would pave Okaloosa Lane first because of the proximity
to the new schools. That said, all of the roads I toured
need attention in some form or another.
The unfortunate thing: Don't expect any major changes
in the near future. District 1 County Commissioner Wayne
Harris says he is committed to road repair, but the dollars
just aren't there for major projects. Harris can help
the county be more efficient and set better road repair
priorities. Just don't expect a forthcoming announcement
of a project that will pave all of the county's dirt roads by
such-ahd-such date.
(Wayne: If you're reading this, feel free to prove me
wrong.)
.There aren't a lot of realistic ways to increase the road
funds, which currently come from a county gas tax.
Want to run for office on a platform of a higher gas tax?
Good luck getting elected.
In the meantime, we'll continue to tell the stories
of those most affected by the county's worst roads. It
certainly can't make things worse.

Kyle Wright is the News Bulletin Editor The concept
for this column was borrowed from ESPN.com's Bill
Simmons, who frequently uses the running diary format
in his columns. Contact Kyle at 682-6524, or e-mail
kylew@crestviewbulletin.com. Visit the "Passing Shots"
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DICKSON from page A8 _


of office with his hand on a Bible and
pledging to uphold the Constitution.
So help me God. Where is the
"separation of church and state"?
Coach Robert Freeman was my
track coach and drivers ed teacher at
Gulf Breeze more than 30 years ago.
I know him to be a man of honor and
integrity.
Several years ago, I heard a
prominent Southern Baptist preacher
state that he wasn't afraid of groups
other than Christians being allowed
to pray in public schools. He was
certain in his beliefs and the power
of God. I agree with that pastor. I do,
however, fear what is happening at
Pace and other schools, where men
and women of faith cannot bow to
say a blessing for fear they will be
charged with a crime.
Contact Randy Dickson at
850-682-6524, or e-mail randyd@
crestviewbulletin.com


ONE READER'S RESPONSE
Randy, I have no problem with
anyone praying in school. The
problem comes in when someone
in authority at a school expects
everyone to join him or her in prayer,
and in his or her particular prayer.
I prayed constantly though school
and can honestly say I would not
have made it were it not for God's
grace. I asked for his guidance in
everything from tests to doing well
in swimming meets. In fact our team
would gather in the locker room,
coaches too, and share a moment of
silence. No prayers or calls to God
were mentioned aloud, but we all
prayed fervently. If someone didn't,
it was his or her own business and
no one was the wiser. Thus, there
was no intimidation, which is what
happens when some of these school
leaders make a big show of praying.


Critics say you can just quietly
leave the room if someone wants to
pray aloud. Try that in a crowded
auditorium or sports stadium. In one
of our local Bible thumping towns
you would have everybody else on
the poor kid's case. But if you ask
for a moment of silent meditation,
that's completely different. Those
who want to can pray silently, those
who want to meditate can meditate,
and those who don't want to do
either can compose grocery lists
or try to remember their Spanish
verb conjugations or whatever.
Pace is only just learning how to
be respectful of everyone's beliefs
or lack thereof. Again, I praise the
ACLU for being there to protect all of
our Constitutional rights, not just the
Bible thumpers'.
- By "Matt," a frequent poster
.at the www.crestviewbulletin.com
Web site.


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7/16: CORY R. LOCI-
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Circle, Crestview, was
charged with possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana.
7/17: LAWRENCE J.
SCHALLER II, 20, of 1706
E. First Ave., Crestview,


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no valid driver's license
based on a Marion County
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DENNIS, 31, of 6230 River
Loop Drive, Crestview,
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News

& NOTES
CHS football tickets
Reserved seating for
the 2009 Crestview High
School football season
went on sale Monday
to existing ticket holders.
Tickets are $35 and will
be sold daily in the main
office from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. On Aug. 21, any
remaining seats will be
available to the general
public.

Baker coed baseball
Baker Area Youth
Association is holding
registration for the fall
coed baseball league for
children ages 6-13. Sign
up now Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday or Friday from 4
to 7 p.m. Cost is $40 per
child. All games will be
on Tuesday and Thursday
nights af BAYA. Season
starts in September. For
more information, call 537-
4549. Leave a message if
there is no answer.

YMCA flag football
and fall soccer
Registration is being held
for the Crestview Family
YMCA flag football and
fall soccer leagues through
Sept. 14 at the Crestview
YMCA at 298 N. Wilson
St.
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.

FUMC Golf
Tournament
The First United
Methodist Church of
Crestview will hold a golf
tournament on Aug. 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 ahd the first
place team.
Sign in for the
tournament will be at 7
a.m. with a shotgun start at
8:30 a.m.
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.

Knights of Columbus
Golf Tournament
The Knights of Columbus
Council 7968 will hold
-its annual golf tournament
Sept. 19 at Foxwood
Country Club at 8 a.m.
Cost for the tournament
is $31 for Foxwood
members and $45 for
non-members in cq four-man
format.
For more information or
to receive an entry form,,
contact Pat Quinn at 683-
3585 or 225-1 390.

GFWC Golf
Tournament
The GFWC Woman's
Club of Crestview Inc. will
host its inaugural 4-person
low ball golf tournament
on Oct. 9 at Foxwood
Country Club. The entry
fee is $50 per player and
includes cart, soft drink/
water and lunch.
Prizes will be awarded
for closest to the pin and
the top three places for
men and women. Sign in
starts at 7 a.m. with an 8
a.m. shotgun start.
There will be 50/50
play, handicap play and a
live auction.
Hole sponsorships are
available for $50 per hole.

See NEWS B2


Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin


BIG BLOCKER: Gator football players hit the blocking sled on the first day of practice at Baker.


Monday was first day of


practice for local football teams


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER - Fall football
practice at Baker officially
got under way at 8 a.m.
Monday morning in the
first practice of two-a-days.
But before the Gators
hit the field for their first
practice, their speed was
tested in the 40-yard dash.
Once the times were
checked off, it was on to a
two-and-a-half hour practice.
"The first hour all week
we are testing on what
we've been working on all
summer," Baker coach Bob
Kellogg said. "We tested the
40 today, and (Tuesday) we
are going to test them on
their squats (weightlifting)
for the first hour. Really we
only practiced them about
two-and-a-half.
"It's hot out here. I have
to say that. But we had a
good first day."
Much of the first prac-
tice was spent learning
some different ways of do-
ing things.
"We put in some new
things as far as organiza-


HEAD GATOR: Players listen to pointers from Baker
head coach Bob Kellogg.


tion things that we haven't
been doing," Kellogg said.
"As far as the first day of
them seeing some new
drills and some new setups,
it was good.
"My kids moved around
good and had a good atti-
tude. It was hot, and I think
the bear got on their back a
little bit because it was long
just because of that testing
part. Without pads, you re-
ally can't do a whole lot, so
it is really teaching them
and installing new stuff."
The early indications


are the hard work paid off
for many of the Baker play-
ers who were able to lower
their time in the 40.
, "I was doing the 'Set, go,'
.and coach (David) Oglesby
was doing the timing part,"
Kellogg said. "I don't know
what the times were, but I
know as we were coming to
the practice (Oglesby) said
we had some better times.
"Hopefully we had some
kids get in the 4.7s (sec-
onds)."

See FOOTBALL B2


FOCUSED: Baker players concentrate during ball-
handling drills. GOOD HANDS: Above, Logan Wagner
pulls down a pass during Baker football practice.


McTear might have been the next 'Bullet Bob'


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

As I watched the late Bob
Hayes' inducted into the Pro Foot-
ball Hall of Fame on Saturday, I
couldn't help but think of one of
Okaloosa County's native sons.
Hayes, a double gold medal
winner in the 100 meters and
4x100 relay at the 1964 Olympics,
once held the record in the 100
meters and 100 yard dashes be-
fore expanding his fame as a wide
receiver for the Dallas Cowboys.
Like Hayes, Milligan native and
Baker grad Houston McTear was
in a class of his own as a sprinter.
McTear and Ivory Crockett were
the only two men to best the
Hayes time of 9.1 seconds in the
100 yards, with a time of 9 seconds
flat.
McTear was a prodigy in track
with an unsurpassed raw talent
that, in my opinion, makes him the


greatest natural athlete
to ever come out of the
county, maybe even the
state. McTear won four
state championships in
the 100 and 220, as well as
a title in the long jump.
And like Bullet Bob,
McTear had tremendous
potential on the gridiron.
Gulf Breeze never


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played Baker while I was in high
school, but we had common op-
ponents. I remember seeing film
of McTear on the football field.
With unsurpassed speed, McTear
was a game-changer. I'm glad my
Dolphins neverhad to try to catch
him on the gridiron.
McTear signed a football schol-
arship with Florida despite not
playing his senior year.
I have heard a variety of rea-
sons why McTear never made it
to Gainesville and what seemed to
be his date with destiny, but I've


never heard anything from
someone close to McTear.
To many people, it
y , seemed as if McTear
, peaked that spring day in
't 1975 when he ran his re-
Scord-tying 100.
McTear did tease the
I END world of track and field
NE for a decade or so after
ickson he graduated from high
school. He ran for the Muham-
mad Ali Track Club for a while
and seemed to develop a bit of a
rivalry with former Auburn Uni-
versity sprinter Harvey Glance.
But Glance was as consistent as
McTear was inconsistent during
the late 1970s and early 1980s.
From what I understand, Mc-
Tear has lived in Scandinavia the
past several years and is happy
and healthy. I hope that is true.
When I think of McTear, I think
of the greatness he achieved while
still in high school and all the po-


tential that greatness seemed to
represent.
I can't help but wonder how fast
he might have been had he stayed
healthy and focused. I can only
imagine how good he could have
been had he played college football
and then gone on to the NFL:
I know current Florida coach
Urban Meyer would have found a
spot for him with the Gators, just
as the Gator coach Doug Dickey
did so many years ago.
Just as Hayes changed the
game of football, McTear could
have had a similar impact on the
NFL.
McTear had the potential to be
one of the greatest ever, but what
he accomplished in high school is
pretty amazing, too.

Randy Dickson is the News
Bulletin sports editor Contact
him at 682-6524, or e-mail randyd
@crestviewbulletin.com.


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R2 I Crestview News Bulletin


Snorts


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Wednesday, August 12, 2009


STRONG INTRODUCTION




Dawgs hit the weights during




first meeting with new coach


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

First-year Crestview
wrestling coach Ron Pa-
nucci got a look at many of
the members of his team
for the first time Saturday
About 25 prospective
grapplers and their parents
attended an information
meeting. The meeting with
the parents was followed
by some time in the weight
room, Panucci style.
Panucci was happy with
the number people who
showed up despite a mini-
mal amount of publicity
"It was an excellent
turnout," he said. "It was
better than what I was ex-
pecting."
Panucci spent the first
15 minutes with the team
talking about the things he
wanted to accomplish in the
weight room in anticipation
of the upcoming season.
He stressed the differ-
ence between lifting for foot-
ball and lifting for wrestling.
"I want to clean up their
form," he said. "I want
good technique - not just
for but for safety, but for ef-
fectiveness.
"There is less of an em-
phasis on power and more
of an emphasis on good
smooth muscle function
and muscular stamina. It's
going to simulate a little bit
more of the environment
they are going to be in dur-
ing a wrestling competition
as opposed to a football-
type competition."
Panucci pointed out the
football could be consid-
ered a sport of violent ex-
plosions with plenty of time


RANDY DICKSON I Crcstviw News Bulletin
FIRST MEETING: New Crestview High School wrestling coach Ron Panucci talks to


the Dawg wrestling team.
to rest in between. In wres-
tling, competitors need to
sustain a near-maximum
output for what seems like
a very long time.
Panucci preached the
FITT concept of lifting.
FITT is an acronym for
Frequency, Intensity, Time
and Type.
The wrestlers will work
on six basic exercises.
"Estimate lighter than
heavier," he told the team.
"The better your tech-
nique, the better your body
will adjust."
The goal is for each ath-
lete to find a weight where
they can do eight repeti-
tions on the first set and
maybe six or seven on the
second set, and finally four
or five on the final set.
He stressed they should
never move back in the


weight they lift.
"Never go backwards (in
training) unless you have
to take several weeks off,"
he said.
Wrestling practice
doesn't start for 10 weeks,
but Panucci stressed the
importance of building
strength now. He said the
conditioning will come
when the team officially
hits the mats in late Octo-
ber.
Bulldog junior Jus-
tin Mitchell likes what he
heard from Panucci.
"I think it's going to
be good, and it's going to
strengthen us up," he said.
"Coach (Dexter) Day (a
current CHS administra-
tor and a former David-
son Middle School football
coach) did this with us, too,
and it did good for us. I'm
glad (Panucci is) working
with us so early because
we've never done this be-
fore,
"I think it is going to get


us all ready, and we are go-
ing to be at the top of the
district. I think it is going to
be great."
Panucci said he will su-
pervise the wrestlers in
voluntary lifting sessions
on Monday and Wednesday
evenings from 5:30 to 7:30
and on Saturdays from 10
a.m. to noon.
He says if the wrestlers
are patient, then they'll like
what they see happening
with the workout program.
"I think with their atti-
tude the strength is going
to come naturally," he said.
"Some of the wrestlers I
hadn't expected to already
be involved in strength
training apparently have
done some on their own,
which is great.
"I'm just going to capi-
talize on it and take it from
there. I'm going to make
sure between now and the
time they face competition
that they get their maxi-
mum strength potential."


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PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
FAST FEET! Gator players work on agility drills on
the first day of practice. PROPER TECHNIQUE: At top,
players work on tackling techniques during the first
day on the Gator football field.


FOOTBALL from page B1
The Gators welcomed a couple of additions to the
squad that will give the team some added depth.
Justin Lewis from Rocky Bayou, who lives in the
north end of Okaloosa County, got a waiver and trans-
ferred to Baker. Lewis is a running back, outside line-
backer and defensive back.
"I think he's a pretty good athlete, and he's going to
help us," Kellogg said.
Dillon Cotten played for Baker as a seventh- and
eighth-grader and then moved away but has come back.
"And he's really grown a bunch," Kellogg said. "He's
green, but it was a good move back because he's a guy
that is 6-3 probably 260-265, and we don't have that."
Baker was set to continue the two-a-day sessions
through the end of the week with the morning practices
slated for 8 a.m. and the afternoon sessions at 3 p.m.
Kellogg said the afternoon practices would be much
different than the morning sessions.
"When we practice in the afternoon, we will make it
more of a specialty practice and a throwing practice,"
he said. "We are going to work on all our special teams
and work on our throwing part in the afternoons.
"It will be a little bit lighter and a lot of teaching
these first three days for us."
Kellogg was curious as to how the players would
hold up during the week of double sessions.
"This will be the first time we've had two-a-days
since I've been at Baker," he said, "and the first time
for two-a-days in a pretty good while. They are coming
back this afternoon, and they really don't know what's
going to happen.
"Tomorrow is when they will feel the difference: But
two-a-days now aren't as tough as they were when we
were playing. Those were grueling practices."


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ends near the Amphitheater.
Trophies will be awarded
in the following categories:
Runners - overall male/
female, Top Master male/
female, Grand Master male/
female, top three in each
age group male/female.
Wheelchairs, overall winner.
The 1-mile Fun Run is for
kids 10 and younger and
begins at approximately
9 a.m. Trophies will be
awarded to the overall first
boy and girl and top boy and
girl in each age category.
In addition, there will
be T-shirts, door prizes,
refreshments and music.
Peddler's Alley, a craft and
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"NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN" that the Board of Adjustment
will conduct a public hearing on, Thursday, August 27, 2009
at 6:00 p.m., in the City of Crestview Council Chambers at
198 N. Wilson Street, to consider the following:

A request for a variance of a front' setback of a
residential home located in Section 36, Township
3 North, Range 24 West, (36-3N-24-1300-0000-
1080) at 606 Rowan Circle, Crestview, FL 32536.
Zoning of the property is Single Family Residential
(R-1); future land use category is Low Density
Residential (LDR). Requested by D.R. Horton, Inc.
BOA Request 09-02.

A request for a variance of a front setback of a
residential home located in Section 36, Township
3 North, Range 24 West, (36-3N-24-1300-0000-
1140) at 605 Rowan Circle, Crestview, FL 32536.
Zoning of the property is Single Family Residential
(R-1); future land use category is Low Density
Residential (LDR). Requested by D.R. Horton, Inc.
BOA Request 09-03.

All citizens and interested parties are encouraged to attend the
public hearing and to provide written and/or verbal comments
on the matter under consideration. Written comments should
be addressed to the Board of Adjustment in care of the City
of Crestview, Administrative Services Department, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida 32536.

Any person requiring a special accommodation at this
hearing because of a disability or physical impairment should
contact the City Clerk's office at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or
speech impaired, please contact the City Clerk's office at the
above numbers.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the
Board of Adjustment with respect to any matter considered
at this meeting or public hearing, such person will need a
record of the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person
may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeding
is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.


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Crestview News Bulletin I B3


Macedonia

church

celebrates

100 years

Special to the News Bulletin

Macedonia Missionary
Baptist Church at 603 Mar-
tin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Crestview, is celebrating
100 years of existence with
a revival at 6:30 p.m. nightly
through ,Saturday. The cel-
ebration will feature pastors
from Crestview, Laurel Hill,
Fort Walton Beach, Pensac-
ola and other locations on
each night of the revival.
On Saturday, a parade
is planned at 10 a.m., with
lineup beginning at 9 a.m. at
Carver-Hill on School Ave.,
continuing on Washington
to Booker and ending at the
church. Fellowship will be
held in the vacant lot across
from the church. The parade
will be followed by baptism
at the church at noon. The
public is invited to partici-
pate in the parade. Call 803-
1569 for details.
On Sunday, services begin
with Sunday School at 9:30
a.m. The morning service at
11 a.m. will include celebra-
tion of the anniversary and
Family and Friends Day.
The Rev. Dwight Baggett,
Macedonia.pastor, will bring
the message. Music will be
provided by the Mass Choir
and guest artist Mrs. Deb-
ra Ashley of Jacksonville.
Lunch will be served after-
ward.
Services continue at 3
p.m. and will feature the
Rev. Dr. Rufus Woods and
his congregation from Love
Center, Panama City. Mt.
Zion A.M.E. Pastor Matthew
Ewing and his congregation
will alternate.
The public is invited to
join Macedonia in celebrat-
ing its 100th anniversary.
Call 682-1292 or 803-1569 for
more information.


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
CHS FOOTBALL TICKETS: Reserved
seating for the 2009 Crestview High School
football season went on sale Monday to ex-
isting ticket holders. Tickets are $35 and will
be sold daily in the main office from 8 a.m.
to 2 p.m. On Aug. 21, any remaining seats
will be available to the general public.
EC HOSPICE VOLUNTEERS: Emer-
ald Coast Hospice needs volunteers in the
Crestview, Laurel Hill, Holt, Baker, DeFu-
niak Springs, Freeport and Niceville areas.
Training is planned Aug. 19 from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at 131 E. Redstone Ave., Suite 110,
Crestview. Lunch will be provided.
Please bring a nonperishable food to
donate to the organization's Annual Food
Drive.
Details: Ann O'Connor, 689-0300.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FUND-
RAISER: The Knights of Columbus
Council 7968 will host their monthly char-
ity dinner Saturday from 4:30-7:30 p.m.
This month's .fare is spaghetti and meat-
balls with the trimmings, or this month's
special, chicken Parmesan. Cost is $7 for
adults and $5 for pre-teens. Children under
age 5 may eat free. The Knights of Colum-
bus are located at 701 E. James Lee Blvd.
in Crestview.
WOMAN'S CLUB FUNDRAISER: The
GFWC Woman's Club of Crestview will host
a Sunday buffet on Aug. 23 from 11 a.m. to
2 p.m. in the Woman's Club Building at 150
Woodlawn Drive (behind Woodlawn Bap-
tist Church). Ham, chicken and dumplings,
vegetables, salad and rolls will be served,
as well as drinks and desserts.
Take-out boxes will be available. Pro-
ceeds support the club's charities. Plates
are $10 for adults and $5 for children under
12. Details: 683-9117.
HOSPICE HOSTS FOOD DRIVE: Em-
erald Coast Hospice employees are placing
food collection bags at health care facilities
and other business until Sept. 18. The Crest-
view collection of nonperishable foods will
be donated to the New Beginnings Church
food pantry. To participate, call 689-0300 for
pick up.
BLOOD DRIVES: Friday Aug. 14 at Ga-
tor Cafe, 1369 14th St., Baker from noon to
6 p.m.
RED CROSS CLASSES: in Okaloosa
County are listed below.
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Adult, Infant & Child CPR
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Aug. 21, Pet First Aid
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Rescuer; Standard First Aid w/ CPR (adult,
infant, child) and CPR
Aug. 29, Babysitter Training
CHEERLEADER YARD SALE:' The
Davidson Middle School Cheerleaders will
be holding a multifamily yard sale on Sat-
urday from 7 a.m. to approximately noon at
Premier Community Bank, (next to Wings
of Fire off the State Road 85 and U.S. High-
way 90 intersection in Crestview.
VFW YARD SALE: The Ladies Auxil-
iary of Post 5450, 2240 W. James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, is hosting its annual yard sale
to raise money for the troops, their fami-
lies and other programs the VFW sponsors
throughout the year. It will be held Satur-
day from 7 a.m. to noon.
AN EVENING IN BLACK CULTURE:
The Carver-Hill Memorial & Historical So-
ciety will host An Evening in Black Culture
at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Carver-Hill School
cafeteria on School Ave. in Crestview. Re-
freshments will be served. Details: Wil-
lie Hutchinson, 682-4067; or Aletha Bell or
Fern Bembow at 682-6764.
EDUCATION SUMMIT: The Academ-
ic Excellence Society and The Okaloosa
County School District cordially invites you
to attend an Educational Summit (for nar-
rowing the Achievement Gap). The Summit
will take place Aug. 22 from 8:30 to 11:30
a.m. at Striving for Perfection Ministries,
24 Bass Ave., S.W. in Fort Walton Beach.
Registration will start at 8:00 a.m.
Join educators and community leaders
in an effort to create a vision for "educa-
tional excellence" in Okaloosa County.
Please contact Ms. Amanda Winthrust
at 833-5898 or Winthursta@mail.okaloosa.
k12.fl.us for more information and to RSVP
by Aug. 17.
REGISTER FOR FALL TERM: at
Northwest Florida State College. Enroll
online or in person at any of the college's
six area locations through Aug. 31. Classes
begin Aug. 24 and Oct. 16.
COLLEGE SURPLUS SALE: North-
west Florida State College will hold a sur-
plus sale Aug. 28 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Niceville Campus in Building G-2. The
sale is open to the public and conducted by
closed bid with no prior inspection. Proper-
ty is sold in "as-is" condition. Various items
are available including computers, comput-
er parts, printers, office type furniture, a 26
passenger bus, a van and various miscella-
neous items. For information call the NWF
State College Physical Plant at 729-5380.
ROTARY BBQ - CHALLENGE: The
Rotary Club of Destin will present Smoke


On The Harbor on Aug. 22 from 12-5 p.m. at
HarborWalk Village overlooking the Destin
Harbor. Admission is free and open to the
public.
Five local Rotary clubs, including the
Crestview club, will compete for the entry
fee purse, with proceeds to benefit Rotary
International's Polio Plus program.
BBQ and rib plates will be available for
purchase. A portion of sales of beer and
soda through the HarborWalk Village mer-
chants will go to humanitarian projects of
the Rotary Club of Destin.
Details; Todd Wilkinson at 830-1091.


MISCELLANEOUS
NWF FAIR VENDORS: The Northwest
Florida Fairgrounds is extending an invita,
tion to local businesses and .organizations to
sign up as vendors for the Northwest Florida
Fair planned Nov. 3-8. More than 25,000 peo-
ple attend the fair, and vendors can sign up
as sponsors for the event as well. Call Betty
at 862-0211 or e-mail her at betty@nwffair.
com for details. The fair Web site is at www.
nwffair.com.
FLORIDA TRAIL SCHEDULE: Visit
http://choctaw.floridatrail.org for details on
the group's upcoming events.
Saturday at 9 a.m. Canoe/kayak with the
Florida Trail Association on Blackwaf'er Riv-
er. Details: 850-932-0125.
Sunday-at 6:30 a.m. Rise and shine hike
with breakfast afterwards. Details: 850-995-
426,7.
Aug. 22 at 9 a.m. Bring your canoe/kayak
for a 4 -5 hour float trip down Yellow River.
Details: 682-6098.
Aug. 23 at 9 a.m. Bring your canoe/kayak
for a float trip on Coldwater Creek. Details:
850-484-9111.
Aug. 25 at 6 p.m. Monthly meeting at Bay-
ou Blues in Niceville. Visitors welcome. De-
tails: 682-6098.
Aug. 29 at 8 a.m. Volunteers needed for
trail maintenance on Eglin reservation. De-
tails: 850-492-8258.
ADVENTURE CLUB: For details on club
activities, call Clarice Hebinck at (850) 581-
4591 or e-mail her at freklzl00@cox.net.
Thursday, 4 p.m. Bike ride in the Blue-
water Bay Resort/Subdivision in Niceville.
Meet at the golf course club house parking
area. Supper afterward. Honcho: Jim and
Maria Bayes (897-6756).
Saturday at 4 p.m. Bike and bocce ball in
Pensacola. Meet at the Bayview Community
Center on East Lloyd St. The ride will be
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ous frog will comfort future
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chelle Stewart of Crest-
view presented a copy of
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"I know everyone in this
room tries to do what has
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Stasco was "a legend
among educators in Jack-
sonville," in the words of
a letter Dennis Stewart
read to the board of trust-
ees. He was a teacher,
principal, coach and as-
sistant superintendent of
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War II in the Pacific the-
ater. He also was a star
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Crestview News Bulletin I B5


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Small contractors and business owners

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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


The parking lot of Foxwood
Country Club in Crestview was
packed Friday morning, but it
wasn't from an abundance of
club members wallowing in the
pool, playing tennis or driving golf
balls.
Instead, most of the vehicles
belonged to small business own-
ers and contractors hoping to find
out how their firms can get a piecF
of 7th Special Forces base con-
struction action. Many feel they
have been overlooked while lucra-
tive projects have gone to out of.
town and out of state contractors.
In fact,. of 68 subcontractors
hired by Orlando-based Hensel
Phelps Construction Co., the pri-
mary contractor on the new base
being constructed just south of
Crestview near Duke Field, eight
are from the area and two are
from Crestview, according to a
subcontractor directory distribut-
ed at Friday's event by JobsPlus
One-Stop Career Centers, the
event sponsor.
Larry Tipton, JobsPlus' busi-
ness service representative,
called the event a "networking
opportunity" for construction
contractors and tradesmen, con-
necting them with organizations
and resources that can help them
compete for work on military and
government projects.


"We as small companies have
not been getting our share of the
work," acknowledged Jim Bryan,
a one-time candidate for Con-
gress who was representing the
Economic Development Council
of Okaloosa County "We're not
trying to give anybody bad press,
but strength is in networking."
Indicating the milling crowd of
contractors, Bryan said, "Eighty
percent of our (contracting) work-
force is in this building, and that is
your stimulus - if you can get a
piece of the pie."
Bryan said that some local
contractors have had to lay off
part of their workforce, "and they
shouldn't have to do that, not with
a project like this in our own back-
yard."
Fortunately, Bryan said, the
new base's contractor is taking
notice.
"Hensel Phelps is listening,"
Bryan said, "but we had to do this
to make them listen."
"One of the reasons we did this
event is to give local businesses
the information they need to com-
pete," said JobsPlus executive di-
rector Mary Lou Reed. "In some
cases, just a little bit of additional
information is all they need to
compete."
One of the busiest tables at the
networking opportunity was that
of the Procurement Technical
Assistance Center, an organiza-
tion that helps small businesses
through the often bewildering


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
NETWORKING: Area contractors learn from various resources more about the process of bidding on
governmental contracts at JobsPlus' Small Business Networking Opportunity event in Crestview on
Friday at Foxwood Country Club.


process of applying for govern-
ment contract work, Tipton said.
Networking with resources
such as the PTAC is a key part of
getting a sub-contracting position,
said a Hensel Phelps representa-
tive who declined to be identified.
"The whole idea is to provide
the forum to get small contrac-
tors to meet big contractors," the
representative said. "The goal is
to educate small businesses and
small contractors. At the same
time they (JobsPlus) wanted to
highlight a project. We were lucky


enough to be that project.
"How this will work for us is
they will be educated how the
process works, and that will bring
them to us."
"Federal work is challenging.
This education is going to help
them get involved," said Linda
Spadaro, deputy for small busi-
ness with the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers' Mobile District, a ma-
jor federal employer for northwest
Florida.
"There is a process and we're
doing what we can to educate the


small contractor," Spadaro as-
sured.
Judging by attendance, Tipton
pronounced the event a success.
Nearly 70 contractors had already
registered by the second hour of
the five-hour event.
"We hope to do more of these,"
said Reed.
That will sit just fine with Jim
Bryan and the contractors he rep-
resented.
"You want to stimulate the
area, you network contractors,"
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Wednesday, August 12, 2009


School district announces meal program fees


The Okaloosa County School
District has released the following
guidelines for qualifying for free and
reduced lunch prices in the 2009-2010
school year.
Anyinterested person may review
a copy of the policy by contacting Ar-
leen Hamilton, 202-B Highway 85 N,
Niceville FL 32578, 850-301-3020.
Household size and income crite-
ria will be used to determine eligibili-
ty as listed below. An application can-
not be approved unless it contains
complete eligibility information.
Once approved, meal benefits are
good for an entire year. You need not
notify the organization of changes in
income and household size.
Application forms are being sent
to all homes with a letter to parents
or guardians. To apply forFree or Re-
duced Price Meals, households must
complete the application and return
it to the school. Additional copies, are
available at the principal's office in
each school. The information pro-
vided on the application will be used
for the purpose of determining eligi-
bility and may be verified at any time
during the school year. Applications
may be submitted at any time during
the year.
Households that receive Food
Stamps or TANF (Temporary As-
sistance to Needy Families) are
required to list on the application
only the child's name, Food Stamp /
TANF case number, and signature of
adult household member.
Foster children will receive ben-
efits (i.e., free, reduced-price, or
paid) based on the child's personal
income regardless of the income of
the household.
Households with children who
are considered migrants, homeless,
or runaways should contact the dis-
trict liaison, Kathleen Baird, at 833-
3889.
DETERMINING HOUSE-
HOLD SIZE: Deployed service
members are considered a part of
the household. Families should in-
clude the names of the deployed
service members on their applica-
tion. Report only that portion of the
deployed service member's income
made available to them or on their
behalf to the family. Additionally, a
housing allowance that is part of the
Military Housing Privatization Initia-
tive is not to be included as income.
Currently, Okaloosa County does not
have any privatized housing so the
housing allowance must be included
in income.
All other households must pro-
vide the following information listed
on the application:
* Total household income listed
by gross amount received, type
of income (e.g., wages, child sup-
port, etc.) and how often the in-
come is received by each house-


Free Meal Scale -
130% of Federal Poverty Level
House- Twice a Every
hold size Annual Monthly Month 2 Weeks Weekly
1 14,079 1,174 587 542 '271
2 18,941 1,579 790 729 365
3 23,803 1,984 992 916 458
4 28,665 2,389 1,195 1,103 552
5 33,527 2,794 1,397 1,290 645
6 38,389 3,200 1,600 1,477 739
7 43,251 3,605 1,803 1,664 832
8 48,113 4,010 2,005 1,851 926
Ser,ac additional 4,862 406 203 187 94

Reduced Meal Scale -
185% of Federal Poverty Level
House- Twice a Every
hold size Annual Monthly Month 2 Weeks Weekly


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
for each additional
member, add:
I


20,036
26,955
33,874
40,793
47,712
54,631
61,550
68,469
6,919


1,670
2,247
2,823
.3,400
3,976
4,553
5,130
5,706
577


hold member
* Names of all household mem-
bers
* Signature of an adult house-
hold member certifying the infor-
mation provided is correct
* Social Security Number of the
adult signing the application or
the word "NONE" for this house-
hold member if he or she does not
have a Social Security-Number
If a household member becomes
unemployed or if the household
size changes, the school should
be contacted. Children ofparents
or guardians who become unem-
ployed should also contact the
school. Such changes may make
the student 'eligible for reduced
price or free meals if the house-
hold income falls at or below the
levels shown below.
APPLICATIONS REVIEW:
Under the provisions of the Free
and Reduced Price meal policy, Pa-
tricia K Hagan, 202-B Highway 85
N, Niceville, 833-3191, will review ap-
plications and determine eligibility. If
a parent or guardian is dissatisfied
with the ruling of the official, he or
she may wish to discuss the decision
with the determining official on an
informal basis. If the parent wishes
to make a formal appeal, he or she
may make a request either orally or
in writing to Richard D. Norris, 202-B
Highway 85 N, Niceville, 850-301-3020


835 771
1,124 1,037 5
1,412 1,303 6
1,700 1,569 7
1,988 1,836 c
2,277 2,102 1,0
2,565 2,368 1,1
2,853 2,634 1,3
289 267 1


386
519
352
785
918
)51
84
317
34


unless indicated otherwise on the
application, the information on the
Free and Reduced Price Meal ap-
plication may be used by the school
system in determining eligibility for
other educational programs.
To determine annual income for
the chart above:
* If you receive the income every
week, multiply the total gross in-
come by 52.
* If you receive the income ev-
ery two weeks, multiply the total
gross income by 26.
* If you receive the income twice
a month, multiply the total gross
income by 24.
* If you receive the income
monthly, multiply the total gross
income by 12.
Remember: The total income
before taxes, social security, health
benefits, union dues, or other deduc-
tions must be reported.
In accordance with Federal law,
and US Department of Agriculture
policy, this institution is prohibited
from discriminating on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex, age,
or disability. Tob file a complaint of
discrimination write USDA, Direc-
tor, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Inde-
pendence Avenue, SW, Washington,
DC 20250-9410 or call 800-795-3272
(voice) or 202-720-6382 (TTY). USDA
is an equal opportunity provider
and employer


School lunches



get a makeover


Okoloosa County School District
The first thing Okaloosa
Couihn middle and high
school students Will notice
about Ituich this year is the
change in the cafeteria
Bnghtly painted serving ar-
eas decorated with colorful
signs will advertise new menu
options. With more windows
to choose fiom, the new set-
up will seem more like a food
court than a traditional two-
lane lunchroom cafeteria.
The Food Services, pro-
gram for Okaloosa Schools
was recently privatized So-
dexo, an international leader
in the field, won a live-year
contract after a competitive
bidding process. The com-
pany has already begun mak-
ing over the serving areas and
adding new equipment to the
cafeterias. They are hiring
about 40 employees and train-
ing both newly recruited and
existing employees, as part of
the plan to improve the over-
all cafeteria experience.
"The students will notice
the change in decor, food
presentation and taste," said
.Larry Haile, a 24-year vet-
eran of Sodexo, who recently
moved to Niceville from South
Carolina -They'll see the
food coming straight out of
the steamer, not the warming
box. We're also going to have
topping bars, which they can
help themselves to."
The topping bars mean
students can jazz up .their'
burgers or their Mexican food
to suit their preferences. In
the secondary schools, stu-
dents'can also opt for a wrap,
a sub or a salad every day,
although Haile emphasizes
the importance of 'choosing a
well-balanced meal.
"If you add milk and an ap-
ple or salad to the sub, you've
got a good, healthy meal," he
said.
Sodexo, which has man-
aged food services in Santa
Rosa County for 'the past 12
years, is one of the largest
companies of its kind. They
handle purchasing, hiring,
training and food prepara-
tion for many different types,
,of organizations, from K-12
schools to. university cam-


puses,. hospitals, stadiums
and even military bases, like
Camp Pendleton.
"The biggest change we
generallyU make is in ithe cul-
ture," says Sodexuo Regional
Duiector Tony Busceini.
"'Ours is a customer-oriented
type ot culture. That involves
us listening not only to stu-
dents and parents, but also to
employees It mneans getting
theiu consensus and develop-
ing a plan and a solution that
'meets e eriyone's require-
lments."
Sodexo will continue serv-
ing healthy choices at break-
fast and luich. That includes
100 percent trozen fruit juice
bars for desseil and baked
- not tried - chicken and
potatoes. Haile says the com-
pany plans to provide more
fresh and frozen fruits and
vegetables and will rely less
on canned items than in the
past.
Overall, the company aims
to increase participation by
about 25-30 percent in the
school meal program. primar-
ily through more appealing
choices and better marketing.
They w\il continue promoting
the online payment option,
which has been a success
with parents thus far.
Okaloosa Food Servic-
es Director Rick Norris is
pleased with the partnership
with Sodexo and believes that
it will be a winning solution for
all the parties involved He
is working closely with Haile
to ensure that most of the
changes are implemented by
the beginning of the school
year, although some of the
menu items will be added lat-
er in the fall, due to state and
federal regulations.
Norns notes that Sodexo
will add a fuhll-time chef and a
dietician to the staff. "The best
part is that in years past, the
school district has had to cov-
er losses in food services, but
Sodexo has signed a contract
stating that they will actually
guarantee a minimum fund
balance of $280,000. They are
a global, multi-billion dollar
company and they have the
ability to invest in a way that
we could never do," said Nor-
ris. .


Business BRIEFS


Liberty National
to sponsor
'We're Hiring' event
Liberty National Life Insurance
Company, a subsidiary of Touch-
mark Corporation headquartered
in McKinney, Texas, will hold a
"We're Hiring" event Aug. 19 at
Homewood Suites by Hilton, 5049
Corporate Woods Drive in Pen-
sacola. Crestview-area jolbseekers
are encouraged to attend.
Liberty National plans to hire
more than 100 agents in northwest
Florida, according to a company
press release. The event is one
of 125 planned across the nation
as Liberty National plans to hire
more than 2,500 agents across the
nation in one day.
Interviews are scheduled for
9 a.m., noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. For
more information visit wwwinl-
� careers.com. Job seeks unable to,
attend the event can contact the
Fort Walton Beach branch at 850-
243-1066 or e-mail Inlbranch117@
gmail.com, or contact the Milton
branch at 850-893-8065, or e-mail
inlbranch081@gmail.com.

Covenant Hospice
seeks volunteers
Do you enjoy making new
friends, sharing hobbies and in-
terests, helping around the house
and knowing that you've made
a difference? Covenant Hospice
needs your help! Enjoy being part
of a caring team of staff and volun-
teers!
Covenant Hospice is seeking
individuals who are interested in
making a difference in the lives of
patients and families facing end-of-
life issues and in supporting the or-
ganization. Volunteers are needed
to share a few hours of their time
each month, to make life a little
easier for patients and families
served by Covenant Hospice.
No special background or expe-
rience is required to volunteer for


Covenant, just a desire to make a
difference. Time commitment is
flexible and based on volunteer
availability. Training is provided.
The next training will be held
Aug. 19 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the
Crestview office located at 370 W
Redstone Ave. Retired and work-
ing professionals are also needed
to share their expertise and expe-
rience with patients and families.
To learn more or to volunteer, call
Jodie Williams at 682-3628.

Emerald Coast
Hospice in-services
"Compassion Fatigue" in-ser-
vice will be presented by Susie
Chestnut at 8"30 a.m. Aug. 21 at
the Large Conference Room in
the Walton County Health Depart-
ment. For those in health care the
new word for "Burn Out" is com-
passion fatigue. Learn exactly
what compassion fatigue is, who
it affects and how to deal with it.
This in-service reiterates the fact
that one must take care of self to
properly care for others. Those
that continually feel as they are
running on empty will benefit from
this in-service. Nurses will receive
1.2 contact hours. All others will re-
ceive 1 contact hour. The in-service
is free an open to the public.
For details on any of these
events, contact Susie Chestnut at
689-0300.

Covenant Hospice
receives grant from Dugas
Family Foundation
Covenant Hospice has received
a five-year commitment grant in
the amount of $535,905 from the
Dugas Family Foundation, located
in Nashville, Tenn. The grant, paid
'out in $100,000 yearly installments,
will support the work of a Life Cy-
cle Specialist as well as supporting
a new life cycle center, located in
DeFuniak Springs. The specialist
will serve primarily the Okaloosa/


Walton county area.
"This significant grant will
enhance many of the special un-
der-funded programs, including
children's programs, which we
have provided over the years,"
said Dale Knee, Covenant Hospice
President and CEO. "Our special
programs have become more dif-
ficult to maintain because of fund-
ing issues. However, this grant
will greatly help us to serve more
children, adults and families in the
community."
The position of the new Life
Cycle Specialist will be occupied
by a social worker with broad
experience and training, who is
equally proficient with grief issues
throughout the human life cycle,
including adults, families and the
elderly, as well as children. The
specialist will also be conversant
with community trauma and loss,
and will serve as a resource in di-
sasters such as hurricanes, floods
and the aftermath of violent death.

'The Art and Science
of Job Searching'
Seminar Series
JobsPlus and the Workforce
Development Board of Okalo.osa
and Walton Counties will conduct
the seminar series "The Art and
Science of Job Searching - What
your competition doesn't know" ev-
ery other Thursday beginning this
Thursday through October 15. This
six seminar series will include the
topics:
Aug. 13 - Job Search Basics
Aug. 27 - Civil Service and On-
line Applications
Sept. 10 - Steps to a Better Re-
sume
Sept. 24 - Dynamic Network-
ing
Oct. 8 - Interviewing Strate-
gies That Work
Oct. 15 - Employer Question
and Answer Panel.
Seminars will be hosted at the
Fort Walton Beach JobsPlus One-


Stop Career Center located at 409
NE Racetrack Rd., Fort Walton
Beach. Seminars will start at 6 p.m.
and will conclude at about 7 p.m..
The Oct. 15 Employer Question
and Answer Panel will conclude
with a reception and the opportu-
nity to meet human resource spe-
cialists, ask questions, and receive
feedback on'resumes.'
The Art and Science of Job
Searching seminar series is free
and open to the first 40 partici-
pants. Register by calling 850-833-
7587 ext 211 or email jmcdaniel@
jobsplus02.com. Registered appli-
cants will receive a course infor-
mation packet and complimentary
copies of course materials.

Schnitzer Steel gains
momentum in 'Clunkers'
recycling program
The "Clunkers Recycling Deal-
Ser Program" set up by Schnitzer
Steel Industries, Inc. and its
Auto Parts Business subsidiaries
GreenLeaf Auto Recyclers and
Pick-N-Pull Auto Dismantlers,
including a location on Chestnut
,Avenue in Crestview, has gained
a significant positive response
from new car dealerships receiv-
ing trade-ins of "clunker" vehicles
through the federal government's
recently implemented Car Al-
lowance Rebate System (CARS).
Hundreds of new car dealerships
have registered with Schnitzer's
Clunkers Recycling Dealer Pro-
gram, with an expectation that ad-
ditional new car dealerships will
recognize the benefits of working
with Schnitzer facilities as dealers
ramp up process in timely fashion
the large numbers of Clunkers be-
ing traded in.
Under Schnitzer's Clunkers Re-
cycling Dealer Program, Schnitzer
will provide dealerships an im-
mediate quote for their Clunker
that is guaranteed for 15 business
days and provide a certificate of
destruction, free towing services,


and quick payment. Auto-dealer-
ships can call Schnitzer's Clunk-
ers Recycling Program hotline to
register or for more information at
1-800-727-2708.

ECAF accepting public
support applications
The EmeraldCoast Advertising
Federation (ECAF) is a local non-
profit organization which provides
leadership on issues involving
and affecting advertising. ECAF
offers public support for at least
one organization per year in the
form of cash donations or market-
ing services provided by its mem-
bers. After completing a two-year
marketing campaign for the Boys
& Girls Club, ECAF is inviting
all local non-profit organizations
seeking support to complete the
2009 ECAF Public Support Appli-
cation for the 2009-2010 term. The
deadline to receive applications is
Sept. 1. This Public Service Sup-
port program is open to non-profit
community organizations that
support areas of need in Okaloosa
and Walton counties. To be eligible
for this program, the organization
must be exempt from federal taxa-
tion under Section 501(c)3 of the
Internal Revenue Code and not a
private foundation as described in
Section 509(a).
The 2009 Public Support Ap-
plication can be accessed online
at www.emeraldcoastadfed.com.
Applications should be answered
accurately and must be submitted
before September 1. Organizations
are requested to e-mail the com-
pleted form to Jennifer Holcombe
at jennifer@thepromotionschick.
com or mail to Emerald Coast Ad-
vertising Federation, Attn: Public
Service Chair, PO. Box 2726, Fort
Walton Beach, FL 32549. To obtain
more information about the Em-
erald Coast Advertising Federa-
tion or to become a member, go to
www.emeraldcoastadfed.com or
call 850-517-7486.


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Sv D-4, Ft. Walton Beach, An ,:r,.3..:.i .:., i r. , .1-
I FL 32548. cedent and other per-
sons havingclaims or
has been filed against demands against
you and you are re- decedent's estate on
ANNOUNCEMENTS quired to serve a copy whom a copy of this
of your written de- notice is required to be
1100- Legal Advertising senses, if any, to it on served must file their
1110- Classified Notices Mark J. Home, the claims with this court
1120- Public Notices/ Plaintiff's attorney WITHIN THE LATER
1125arpooluncements whose address is 720 OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Rideshare Blackstone Building, THE TIME OF THE
1130- Adoptions Jacksonville, Florida, FIRST PUBLICATION
1140 - Happy Ads 32202. on or before OF THIS NOTICE OR
1150- Personals 9-11-09, of the Notice 30 DAYS AFTER THE
1160-Lost of Action, and file the DATE OF SERVICE OF
1170- Found original with the Clerk A COPY OF THIS NO-
of this Court either be- TICE ON THEM.
fore service on the
Plaintiffs attorney or All other creditors of
1103 immediately thereafter; the decedent and other
otherwise a default will persons having claims
be entered against you or demands against
Legal # 100787 for the relief demanded decedent's estate must
IN THE CIRCUIT in the Complaint or pe- file their claims with this
IN THE CIRCUIT tition, court WITHIN 3
COURT IN THE FIRST MONTHS AFTER THE
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN DATED on July 28, DATE OF THE FIRST
AND FOR OKALOOSA 2009 PUBLICATION OF
COUNTY, FLORIDA THIS NOTICE.
CASE NO. DON W. HOWARD
2009-CA-3015-S DIVI- CLERK OF THE ALL CLAIMS NOT
SION: JTB COURT FILED WITHIN THE
S BY: Anita Cantrall TIME PERIODS SET
COMPASS BANK, AS DEPUTY CLERK FORTH IN SECTION
Plaintiff, 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
08/05/09 IDA PROBATE CODE
vs- 08/12/09 WILL BE .FOREVER
BARRED.
JOANNA M. MARTIN a BARRED.
single person and NOTWITHSTANDING
OKALOOSA COMMU- Legal # 100792 THE TIME PERIODS
NITY DEVELOPMENT SET FORTH ABOVE,
CORPORATION, d/b/a IN THE CIRCUIT ANY CLAIM FILED
OKALOOSA COMMU- COURT OF THE TWO (2) YEARS OR
NITY DEVELOPMENT FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- MORE AFTER THEO
CORPORATION, INC., CUIT OF FLORIDA IN . DECEDENT'S DATE OF
Defendants. AND FOR OKALOOSA DEATH IS BARRED.
COUNTY, FLORIDA
NOTICE OF ACTION PROBATE DIVISION The date of first public
CASE NO. 09-CP-571 cation of this Notice is
TO: JOANNA M. MAR- August 12, 2009.
TIN, a single person IN RE: ESTATE OF
115 Hughes Ave., Unit GEORGE G. SCOTT BEN L. HOLLEY
D-4 Deceased RO. BOX 1238
Ft. Walton Beach, FL Crestview, FI32536
32548 NOTICE TO CREDI- 850-682-2336
LAST KNOWN AD- TORS Attorney for Personal
DRESS CURRENT AD- Representative
DRESS: UNKNOWN The administration of LA BAR # 0036838
the estate of GEORGE FLA BAR # 0036838
YOU ARE NOTIFIED G. SCOTT, deceased, George G. Scott, JR
that an action to fore- whose date of death 1226 County Road
close a mortgage on was March 22, 2009, 20-A
the following property and whose Social Se- Hawthorne, Fl 32640
in Okaloosa County, curity Number is N/A is awt
Florida: pending in the Circuit 08/12/09
Court for Okaloosa 08/19/09
Unit 4, Building D, County, Florida, Pro-
Bienville Square bate Division, the ad-_
Townhouses, accord- dress of which is 101
ing to the plat thereof James Lee Blvd. East, Legal # 100794
on file in Plat Book 8, Crestview Florida
Page 2, in the Office 32536. The names and IN THE CIRCUIT
of the Clerk of the Cir- addresses of the per- COURT OF THE
cuit Court, Okaloosa sonal representative FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
County, Florida. and the personal CUlT
representative's attor- IN AND FOR
also known as 115 ney are set forth below. OKALOOSA COUNTY,


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FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-005920
vs.
DIVISION:
DONALD WILTSE
A/K/A DONALD A.
WILTSE , et al,
Defendant(s).

AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION
TO:
DONALD WILTSE
A/K/A DONALD A.
WILTSE
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 429 SANDY
RIDGE CIRCLE
MARY ESTHER, FL
32569
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 UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
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:


The administration of 2:., 1: - ; . Plai
LOT 33, BLOCK A, the estate of PATSY W. Attorney for Personal
SANDY RIDGE ES- SCOTT, deceased, Representative vs.
TATES, ACCORDING whose date of death FLA BAR# 0036838
TO THE PLAT was April 17, 2009, and WIL
THEREOF AS RE- whose Social Security GEORGE G SCOTT eta
CORDED IN PLAT Number is N/A is pend- 1226 County Road Def
BOOK 12, PAGE 97, ing in the Circuit Court 20-A
PUBLIC RECORDS for Okaloosa County, Hawthorne, Fl 32640 NO
OF OKALOOSA Florida, Probate Personal Representa- SUI
COUNTY, FLORIDA Division,the address of tive
which is 101 James NO
has been filed against Lee Blvd. East, Crest- 08/12/09 GIV
you and you are re- view, Florida 32536. 08/19/09 nal
quired to serve a copy The names and ad- gac
of your written de- dresses of the personal .doat
senses, if any, on or representative and per- LEGAL #120312 anc
before September 18, sonal representative's No.
2009, on Florida De- attorney are set forth NOTICE OF SALE the
fault Law Group, P.L., below. FIR
Plaintiff's attorney, I accordance with in
whose address is 9119 All creditors of the de- Florida Statuteswit Self Co
Corporate Lake Drive, cedent and other per- Service Storage Cen- whi
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- sons having claims or ter, Inc., Located at 901 US,
ida 33634, and file the demands against Industrial Drive in SOT
original with this Court decedent's estate on restview, Florida win TEF
either before service on whom a copy of this Crestvifor sal to the the FA
Plaintiffs attorney or notice is required to be highest bidder the RIT
immediately thereafter; served must file their household and other HO
otherwise a default will claims with this court goods stored n the be- AS
be entered against you WITHIN THE LATER low listored nits of Self beTIF
for the relief demanded OF 3 MONTHS AFTER Service Storage Cen- 200
in the Complaint or pe- THE TIME OF THE ter, Inc. Mini Ware- and
tition. FIRST PUBLICATION e, c. i gds LIE
This notice shall be OF THIS NOTICE OR houses. Sad oo re VIL
published once each 30 DAYS AFTER THE are the rents ot re-d SO
week for two consecu- DATE OF SERVICE OF coverthe rents not pai the
tive weeks in the Crest- A COPY OF THIS NO- y sell
view News Bulletin. TICE ON THEM. . Unit #A-20 Staceybes
Black 202 Cabana I
WITNESS my hand and All other creditors of Black 202 Crestview F
the seal of this Court the decedent and other Fl 32536 SH
on this 4 day of August, persons having claims 11:
2009. or demands against This sale shall take of ,
decedent's estate must i eThsda Au- lo
Don W. Howard file their claims with this place on Thursday2009 at er
Clerk of the Court court WITHIN 3 8:00A.M. at the Self Fin
MONTHS AFTER THE Service Storage Center UN
By:Beth McDonald DATE OF THE FIRST locati orange VIL
As Deputy Clerk PUBLICATION OF locatiIU U
Invoice to & Copy to: THIS NOTICE. 2009 THI
Florida Default Law 08/12/2009OF
Group, RL. ALL CLAIMS NOT THI
RO. Box 25018 FILED WITHIN THE IN
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Lee Boulevard East, cation of this Notice is ASSET SECURITIES
Crestview, FL, August 12,2009. CORPORATION HOME A/K
32536-3515; telephone E Q U I T , Y SH
number (850) BEN L HOLLEY ASSET-BACKED CER- TIN
689-5000, Extension P.O. BOX 1238 . TIFICATES, SERIES
7497, prior to the pro- Crestview, FL 32536 2006-3, Any
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. Pensacola Jun
08/12/09
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
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CUIT OF FLORIDA IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
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CASE NO. 09-CP-572
IN RE: ESTATE OF
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intiff, interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
.LARD C. COLLIER, the Lis Pendens must
al, file a claim within sixty
fendant(s). (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
TICE OF FORECLO- and the seal of this
RE SALE Court on July 31, 2009.
TICE IS HEREBY Don W. Howard
'EN pursuant to a Fi- Clerk of the Circuit
Judgment of Mort- Court
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ed July 30, 2009 By:Vicki Jackson
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LAS OWNERS' AS- Lee Boulevard East,
CIATION, INC.; are Crestview, FL,
Defendants, I will 32536-3515; telephone
to the highest and number (850)
st bidder for cash at 689-5000, Extension
FRONT OF CLERK'S 7497, prior to the pro-
ONT DOOR OF ceeding. or Shalimar
ALIMAR ANNEX at (850) 651-7497
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OFFICIAL REC- Parkway, Shalimar, FL,.
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MERCHANDISE
3100 -Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3138 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 -Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)


ANTIQUES - Clock Re-
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Mantels, Cuckoo, Any
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114� Acres in Keaton Crestview
Beach, FL 10 Proper- Big Multi Family
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S/F Homes, RV Resi-
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Sat., Aug. 28 10:00 Baby items, clothes,
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Landing Resort at Kea- ics, and much more!
ton Beach, the property 3008 Pine Lake
is less than 1 mile from COUrt
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properties have com- Gar e al
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potential. Online Bidd- Sat 8-? 139 Strike
ing Call the auctioneers Eagle Dr. Clothing,
for information Pay toys, dining table, ahnd
20% down, 10% more.
buyer's premium, Bro- Crestview
ker Participation 2%
For Detailed Informa- HUGE YARD
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keting --
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Live Televised Real Yard Sale
Estate Auctions 3pm Sat. Aug. 15th 7am ?
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Homes Sell Absolute 4 RAND girl
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beolt Wtinchonweat, jewlery, shoes,
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(800)801-8003 lamps, monitor, house-
(80)80-803 __hold items, pitcure
frames, and much
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3140 Cres tview
YARD SALE!
Beautiful antique Fri & Sat Aug. 14, 15;
secretary for sale, early 8am-Noon, 136 Shady
1900s. at the Blonde Lane. Lots of stuff!
Bellagio call or come
by to see 850-682-0352 Crestview
asking 1800 OBO YARD SALE!
Fri & Sat, Aug 14, 15:
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Trail Lot 4.
| 3150 I Crestview
Metal Roofing. 40 yr YARD SALE!14,15
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from manufacturer 8am-Noon, 5788 Kellie
30/colors in stock, wall Drive. (Off Orchidcrest)
accessories. Quick turn Leftover from last week
around. Delivery availa- 50% off all items!
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Holt
| 220 Big 2 Family

$785 Leather Sofa & Yard Sale
Loveseat set, new in Sat 7am - ?
box. Lifetime warr. Can 100 DVDs, brand name
deliver. 850-471-0330 new kids clothes, kids
bikes and much more!
All new Pillowtop Mat- Durbin Lane
tress Queen/box sp Vring R eD
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front part of Liveoak.
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AMF
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slate Pool Table
Black finish w/red felt,
exc. condition. Acces-
sories include sticks,
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Cadette
V-3 Organ
Vintage, two key-
boards, gizmos, etc.
$100 OBO. 573
310-3382.



3340
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sweet 16 shotgun,
vented ribbed barrel,
gold trigger, like new
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6100 - Business/
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6110 -Apartments
6120- Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
5140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 - Rooms for Rent
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Crestview
Office Space
Executive Offices in
McClain, Office Plaza
on Hwy 85. Only 6
units left Rate in-
cludes ALL utilities,
high speed internet,
common area main-
tainance and daily
cleaning. 682-0791


Crestview Retail space
on John King Rd in
Southgate Plaza. Un-
furnished unit $625.
Furnished (plush) of-
fice, $825. Ready to
move inl 850 651-9900
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6110
A 4bdr 3ba $217/mo!
HUD Home! 3 bdrm
only $199/mo! Stop
Renting! 5% dw, 15 yrs
@ 8% apr For Listings
(800)366-9783 ext 5669

Crestvlew Bent Creek
Apts II Vouchers Ac-
cepted. Rental assis-
tance may be avail. 1 &
2 BR HC & non-HC ac-
cessible apts. 209 Bent
Creek Rd. Crestview,
FL. Call 850 682-5563,
TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Housing Opportunity

Crestview
Brookmeade Villas
Appt. 1 apartment
available now for the
elderly, handicapped &
disabled. 102 Noble
Circle, Crestview, FL
32539. Call
850-689-2272.
TDD/TTY 711 Equal
Housing Opportunity


Crestview I & II Apart-
ments
Now accepting applica-
tions for 1 & 2 BR HC &
non-HC accessible
apartments for the eld-
erly and the disabled.
Rental assistance may
be available. Call
850-682-5149,
TDD/TTY 711. 1450
Coremo Drive, Crest-
view, FL. Equal Hous-
ing Opportunity.
Crestview Inn
Motel $35 d $165 WK,
APT $180 Wk. $525 4
wk.Call 682-4466
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



Crestview 2br, 1.5ba
TH on 103 Hampton
Dr. 1024sf, Pets ok,
Outside Storage. $525
mo +SD.-850-682-8483



1, 2, 3 & 4 BR Homes
for Rent. Ref req. Call
682-4070 or 830-2061,
758-7206.
Baker, 3br, 1ba 6 ac-
res included! As is, you
maintain. $650/mo. Call
850-217-8209 for info.
Crestview - 3br, lba
downtown, convenient
location, window air &
as heat. $510 mo +
D 682-8483
Crestview - 3BR/2BA
newly refurbished
$700. mo 1st and last
month for dep. Section
8 accepted. Call
682-1173 or 420-4144
Crestview- 5br/3/ba
$1,150, 3br/lba $875,
3br/1 ba $725. Call Rick
Epperson Realty LLC .
850-865-7777, for info.
Crestvlew - Country
living 3/4 mile north of
High School.
3BR/1.5BA. $800. mo
$800. dd. Call
830-8411 or 582-2722
Crestview 2bd Tba
$550 +$250dd call af-
ter 5:00pm 603-3077



Vathisout
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $900 mo!
Call Jenny at Pelican
Real Estate 315-0972
Crestview 4bd 2ba w/
storage shed, work
shop, carport,. Large
fenced yard. VERY pri-
vate. close to new
schools and Wal-Mart.
$1000 rpo. +dd call
902-1065


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Crestview Small
2BR/1BA 609 E. Chest-
nut Ave. Aval. Now
$350. mo +deposit NO
PETS Call 978-6305
C'view- South of. 1-10.
3br, 2ba, 1cg, Screen
porch, privacy fence.
$725 mo+dd.682-8483
Downtown Crestview-
1 br concrete/block
window AC/ceiling fan
$400 mo +dd 682-8483


NEW TODAY

Janet Johnson
Realty, Inc.
Equal Housing
Opportunity
682-1800

Baker
0,1724 Hwy90
3 br, 2 ba;$675
Crestview
* 114 Hampton,
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
* 118 Hampton,
2 br, 1.5 ba; $535
* 238 Runnymeade Dr,
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595
* 214 Virginia St
2br, 1.5 ba, $650,
* 206 Virginia St,
2 br, 1.5 ba, $650
* 216 Virginia St,
2 br,1.5 ba, $650
* 602 Henderson St,
Furn 2 br, 1 ba; $725
* 1090A Farmer St,
Furn. 2 br, 1 ba; $725
* 3278 Auburn Rd,
3bd/2ba, $750
* 4034 Randi,
3bd/2ba; $795
* 120 Swaying Pine,
3bd/2.5ba; $755
* 306 Feldon,
3bd/2ba; $800
* 124 Cabana Way,
3bd/2ba; $800
* 6247 Winstead Rd,
3bd/2ba; $800
* 6451 Moonlight Ln,
3 br, 2 ba; $895
* 6474 Moonlight Ln,
3 br, 2 ba; $995
* 194 Villacrest Dr,
3 br, 2 ba; $995
* 1420 Quail Ridge,
3bd, 2ba, $1100
* 6042 Sand Hill Rd,
4 br, 2.5 ba, $1250
Commercial
* 593 James Lee Blvd,
1600sf, $1200
Laurel Hill 2BR, split
bath, stove, fridge, air
& heat. $500. mo+util
850-652-4155
NEWLY
REDUCED
RATES
Crestview - 3/1 Duplex
only $560 mo/$560 dd
Crestview - 2/1 Duplex
only $500 mo/$500 dd

BWB - 3/2 Cottage for
only $825 mo/$825 dd

$25.00 app fee, MUST
provide references and
phone numbers for
these rates. References
will be verified.
Call 682-7731 for info


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