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TABLE OF
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OBITUARY .............................. 2
NEWS. ...... ... ............. 3
RELIGION.. .................... ..... 6
CLASSIFIED............................ 8
SPORTS ................................ 10

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I 'Putting on the Ritz'
raises $5K for
NWFSC scholarship

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Folks swung. They swayed. They
indulged in a night of great big band
music and savored sparkling vocals
by one of the area's top singers. They
dove into a scrumptious array of dec-
adent desserts. And by the time the
evening was done, they'd raised more
than $5,000 for the Michael A. Mancini
Sr. Gifted Musician Scholarship at
Northwest Florida State College.
The fund-raiser, called "Puttin' on
the Ritz," was held on Mancini's birth-
day at the Sons of Italy in Fort Wal-
ton Beach the evening of Aug. 1 and
featured the Twilight Jazz Band and
the vocals of Sandra Daggs. It also
featured a special appearance by Da-
rin Jordan, the NWFSC student from
Crestview who is the scholarship's
first beneficiary.
Jordan enthralled the Ritz crowd
with his virtuosity on the tenor
sax - appropriately, Mike
Mancini's instrument of choice
See SWINGING.A3

MUSK MAKERS: Sandra
Daggs, right, joins the Twi-
light Jazz Band, composed
of musicians from through-
out the Panhandle who vol-
unteered their time to raise
money for the Michael
Mancini Sr. Gifted Musi-
* cian Scholarship. Some
of Mr. Mancini s band,
members were included
in the ensemble. At top,
Crestview's Darin Jordan
is the first recipient of the
scholarship.
Photos by REGINA NOLAN I Special to the Crestview Bulletin


Schools

drive traffic


patterns

Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin
Okaloosa County schools
reopen Monday and motor-
ists will encounter flash-
ing caution lights, school-
speed zones and children
in crosswalks.
Expect delays. Drivers
will have to stop for buses,
slow down in school-safety
zones and navigate through
heavier-than-normal traf-
fic.
"More parents drive
their children to school
during the.first week than
any other week of the year,"
Okaloosa School District
Deputy Superintendent
Rodney Nobles said. "The
biggest thing parents can
do is be patient while wait-
ing in line and not wait un-
til the last minute to drop
their children off."
Getting re-acclimated
to driving in school traffic
could be particularly diffi,:
cult in Crestview.
State Road 85 is Crest-
view's main north-south
route for commuter traffic
:,and will become a major
feeder road for both Riv-
erside Elementary School
and Shoal River Middle
School, two brand new
schools adjacent to each
other on Redstone Avenue.
"There will be a com-
pletely new traffic pattern
on 85 and Redstone," Crest-
view Police Department Lt.
Kent Buckner said. "It will
probably be pretty congest-
ed for the first week."
Crestview resident
Casey Nelson's home is lo-
cated on Redstone Avenue
near the new schools. Nel-
son's son, Brandon, 11, will
attend Shoal River Middle
School this year and can
walk to school if he misses
the bus.
"Traffic is a concern
because there are no side-
walks on Redstone where
we live," Nelson said. "In-
creased traffic is really not
something we want."
The convenience of hav-
ing the schools close *by
offsets traffic concerns,
Nelson said, and increased
road traffic is a problem
all area residents will face
with the start of the new
school year.
See CHILDREN A3


Former Crestview pastor and wife report on missionary work


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The First United Meth-
odist Church of Crest-
view's former associate
and youth pastor, Heath
Burchett, and his wife,
Amanda, have settled into
their home in Belize City
and report they are hard
at work in the city's often
wretched neighborhoods.
"It is quite the different
world living here in Belize
City and it has proven to be
a blessing and challenge,"
Heath said in a recent


e-mail. "There is crime
here all the time, murders,
gang activity, physical and
sexual abuse among wom-
en and children, hot weath-
er, homeless, smelly and
dirty streets, mosquitoes,
beggars,drugs, and more.
"It is all about respect
here and we get quite a
bit for living in the city as
many wonderful Belizeans
throughout the country
and especially outsiders
do all they can to avoid it,"
Heath said.
Fortunately, the cou-
ples' spirit and energy are


seemingly boundless, and,
of course, are augmented
by their strong faith.
"God has us in an area
of great need for a reason
and things have been hard
but falling into place,"
Heath continued. "We can
use prayer and support
greatly and it has been
amazing to see His plan
unfold for us here."
The Burchetts are try-
ing diligently. to maintain
a blog while they work in
the community, and invite
See MISSIONARY A6


DAVID SCHULZ I Special to the Crestview Bulletin
TAKING A BREAK: Heath and Amanda Burchett relax on the
balcony of a friend's home, a brief respite from their
arduous missionary work in the streets of Belize City.


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Saturday, August 22, 2009


Engagement


Car burglary prevention push
The Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office is partnering with the Destin
Chamber of Commerce and Destin
City Hall to launch a car burglary pre-
vention public awareness campaign in
the near future. Nearly 80 percent of
the car burglaries in Okaloosa County
show no sign of forced entry. Unlocked
cars provide an easy target of opportu-
nity for car burglars.
There were 726 reported car bur-
glaries countywide in 2008; nearly 38
percent of those took place in Destin.
Another 29 percent occurred in the un-
incorporated Fort Walton Beach area.
Thieves typically aim to obtain
items such as iPods, GPS devices and
cameras, and of course wallets and
purses.
The Okaloosa County Sheriff's Of-
fice is encouraging you to help protect
your belongings by locking your car,
taking your keys, and hiding or remov-
ing any valuables.

911 call center gets
technology upgrade
Sentinel Patriot by PlantCML, a
next-generation call-processing so-
lution, has been fully integrated in
Okaloosa County in collaboration with


telecommunications service provider
Embarq. Okaloosa County previously
had used a PlantCML solution in its
primary Public Safety Answering
Point (PSAP).
"We needed a solution that would
allow us to use our existing ECS-1000
Selective Router in the Central Office
(CO) and operate our remote loca-
tions," said Silvia Womack, 9-1-1 Com-
munications Chief for the Okaloosa
County Department of Public Safety.
"We also needed a geo-diverse solu-
tion that was NG9-1-1 capable. PlantC-
ML delivered all that, allowing us to
continue our strong relationship."
Okaloosa County has a progres-
sive, mission-critical call center serv-
ing a population of 182,172 citizens
and thousands of visitors. The PSAP
has multiple two-position remotes, in-
cluding Eglin Fire Department, Eglin
Security, Eglin Emergency Response,
Crestview Police Department and Ft.
Walton Beach, and several one-posi-
tion remotes, including Eglin Air Force
Base, Hurlburt Police Department,
Hurlburt Fire Department, Niceville
Police Department and Valparaiso.
Sentinel Patriot is an IP-enabled
system with highly flexible configura-
tions to meet the needs of small- to
medium-size call centers. It features
a fully integrated private branch ex-


change (small telephone switch),
differentiating it from automatic hot
redundancy of servers, and no single
point of system failure.

Evolution lecture at NWFSC
Northwest Florida State College will
host Dr. Patricia Kelley, a National As-
sociation of Geoscience Teachers dis-
tinguished lecturer, on Thursday, Aug.
27, at 7 p.m. at the Mattie Kelly Arts
Center in Niceville for a free public lec-
ture, "Evolution and Creation: Conflict-
ing or Compatible?"
The National Association of Geosci-
ence Teachers Distinguished Speaker
Series seeks to promote geosciences
education through educators sharing
ideas, techniques and tools from the
frontiers of teaching practice and re-
search.
As a specialist in mollusk evolution
and the wife of a Presbyterian minister,
Kelley is keenly interested in teaching
evolution and the evolution/creation
controversy.
This lecture is part of the college's
regular Science Friday seminar se-
ries. The regular seminars are held on
the third Friday of the month from 11
a.m. to noon on the NWFSC Niceville �
Campus. All Science Friday seminars
are free and open to the public.


Jenica Brunson and Nicholes Swenson will be
married next Saturday in Crestview.

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Jenica Brunson and
Nicholes Swenson of Fort
Walton Beach will marry
next Saturday, Aug. 29, in
Crestview.
Jenica is the daughter
of Janet and Andy
Brunson of Crestview. Her
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. William Anglin Jr.
of Baker and Mrs. Becky
Brunson and the late Dan
Brunson Jr. of Wing, Ala.
Nicholes' parents
are Greg Swenson,
the late Pam Swenson,
and stepmother Karen
Swenson of Glenburri,
N.D. His grandparents
are Richard and Ginger
Taylor of Wisconsin, Veo
and Louise Swenson of
Clearwater, Fla., and Jeff
and Barbara Koval of
Michigan.
Jenica graduated from


Hiram Abiff Foster, 85,
of the 3400 block of Daisy
Crescent, Virginia Beach,
passed away Aug. 4, 2009,
in Norfolk, Va.
A native of Atlanta, he
was raised in Crestview
and was the son of the late
Joe and Ozie Foster and
the widower of Bernice
Emily Foster. He retired
in 1971 from the United
States Navy after 30
years of service. He was a
Mason and a Shriner.
He is survived by his
daughters, Lesley Foster


Crestview High School
and received her A.A.
degree from Northwest
Florida State College
(OWC). She is in the
process of getting a B.A.
in elementary education
from Florida State
University. Jenica works
for the Okaloosa County
School Board.
Nicholes, who
graduated from Glenburn
High School, is a staff
sergeant in the United
States Air Force. He has
served his country for five
years and just reenlisted
for another four.
SThe ceremony will
be held at 3 p.m. at the
Crestview Community
Center. The reception
will follow. All friends and
relatives of the couple are
invited to attend.'


and Maria Elena Foster
Parks, a son, J. Stephen
Foster and wife Lyna, five
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
A service was held in
the Mausoleum Chapel at
Princess Anne Memorial
Park on Friday, Aug. 21, at
11 a.m. Hollomon Brown
Funeral Home Lynnhavea
Chapel is handling the
arrangements.
Condolences may be
offered to the family at
www.hollomon-brown.
com.


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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I 3


Baker residents charged with meth production


Bill Gamblin
Florida Freedom Newspapers
Deputies arrested three
individuals as they conclud-
ed an eight-month inves-
tigation of a possible large
scale meth lab in Munson
on Tuesday.
A Green Road residence
was converged on around
8 a.m., where.deputies also
discovered several stolen
vehicles, pieces of farm
equipment, tools, guns, and
other property.
Arrested were Danny
Wayne King, 36, of Baker,
and his wife, Barbara Carol


King,38,also
of Baker.
The
Kings are
charged
with produc-
ingmetham-
phetamine,
trafficking
. KING in metham-
phetamine,
possession of methamphet-
amine with intent to dis-
tribute, possession of illicit
chemicals with the intent to
manufacture methamphet-
amine, felony possession of
narcotic equipment, felony
possession of marijuana,


and misde-
meanor pos-
S session of
drug para-
phernalia.
Both re-
main lodged
in the Santa
Rosa Coun-
B. KING ty Jail with
their bond
set at $246,000.
According to Sgt. Scott
Haines, Piblic Information
Officer with the Santa Rosa
County Sheriff's Office, ad-
ditional charges could be
forth coming due to sto-
len property found at the


scene.
M A third
person, Jo-
seph Ken-
neth Mol-
bert, 40 of
Baker, was
arrested
MOLBE and charged
MLBET with misde-
meanor pos-
session of marijuana.
Molbert remains in the
Santa Rosa County Jail with
his bond set at $1,000.
Haines reported depu-
ties recovered 600 grams
of methamphetamine oil,
9.4 grams of methamphet-


amine, 95 grams of crushed
pseudo ephedrine tablets,
55 grams of pseudo ephed-
rine tablets, 200 pounds
of ammonia nitrate, and
10 gallons of liquid anhy-
drous.
"Usuallytheymake what
they need," said Haines
in reference to the large
amount of anhydrous avail-
able. "But we normally don't
find that much on hand."
What kept officers on
the scene was not the size
of the labs on the property
but the stolen property re-
covered.
"It was quite a large op-


eration," said Haines. "But
it really wasn't nothing sur-
prising:
"It was a rather typical
clean up. The thing that
took so long was going
through all the property we
discovered."
When asked if the prop-
erty could have been traded
for drugs instead of being
stolen Haines didn't think
that was the case in this in-
vestigation.
Some of the property
recovered included stolen
vehicles, tools, farm equip-
ment, guns, and other prop-
erty.


CHILDREN from page Al


SWINGING from page Al


In Okaloosa County, 240
school buses will transport
17,000 students to and from
school.
"The biggest complaint
is drivers not stopping for
school buses," Buckner
said.
The ticket for failing to
stop for a stopped school
bus is $173, according to the
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office.
"All of the school zones
will be manned by school-
crossing guards and we will
have our patrol division out
in the areas of the school
zones to enforce the speed
limits there," Buckner said.
Parents are also urged
to. talk to their children
about school safety.
Younger students eager
for the start of the school
year are prone to run to the
bus before the doors are
open, Nobles said.
"They need to stay on
the sidewalk or the grass
and-away from the street
until the bus comes to a
complete stop," Nobles
cautioned. "The other thing
- and this is a problem with
older students - is walking
in the streets. A lot of our
developments do not have
sidewalks and some stu-
dents will walk on the side
of the street. People driving
are sometimes distracted
and that's when accidents
happen."
If there are no sidewalks,
students should walk in the
grass alongside the road,
Nobles said.
There is also a learn-
ing curve for students who
have forgotten 'school-bus
etiquette. Every year at the


The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office issued the
following back-lo-school
safety tips for motorists-
Give yourself extra time
for your commute.
Keep an e>e out for chil-
dren walking or riding their
bicycles to and from school
and for students getting on
and off school bIses
Pa/ attention to school
zone. b,' slowing do.vn
If iou are going I O-lc-1 4
mph over the speed limI in
an active school zone, fou


Soaft,' lip. fori >ludernl
..aiting for, riding or exsling
a school bus
Don I hurr/ on or off the
bus Teach your children to
lake their time
Make sure your children
have no clolling with loose
drawstrings Backpack
straps should be shown so
they do not gel caught on
handrail. or bus doors
Superise your children
to make sure Ihey get to
their bus stop safely and
are walling far away from
the roadway.
Teach your children to
ne'-er stand up and pick
something up while Ihe bus

start of school, bus drivers
remind students to remain
seated and to refrain from
yelling and shouting on the
bus.
"Anything that distracts
the driver causes an unsafe
condition," Nobles said.
The good news is the


.pill pay a $273 ticket The-
ticket for failing to slop for a
stopped school bus is $173
Fines will increase Sept 1
Motorists traveling in
either direction must stop
for buses on any two-lane
road If, however, you are
on a divided highway with
a raised median, physical
barrier, or a paded space
of at least fite feet in a
middle, !ou do not have to
stop if you are traveling in
Ihe OPPOSITE direction of
a stopped school bus


i , in mrotionr The, mu.,l fir:l
notiFy the bus driver
Children should stay 10
feel away from the bus until
it comes to a complete stop
and should board in single
file. They should never walk
behind the bus
Make sure no cars are
coming before exiling the
bus
Before crossing the
street in front of a bus, first
w/oalk far enough away to
see the driver's face.
When crossing the stmee
look left and right when
coming to the edge of the
bus. Cars are supposed to
stop. Make sure they do!

traffic congestion and con-
fusion caused by the start
of school typically eases
within a week, officials
said.
"Usually, within two
or three days, everybody
gets back in the swing of
things," Nobles said.


as well, said his wife Mary
Mancini - just as he did
the music faculty at the
college to earn the-scholar-
ship. Both audiences gave
him tumultuous ovations.
"He played several num-
bers with the Mancini band
and brought the house
down," Mary Mancini said.
"All the musicians' do-
nated their time and the
people danced all night!"
enthused Mary Mancini,
who founded the scholar-
ship in memory of her late
husband. He passed away
on NewYear's Day this past
January, but throughout
his life, he was renowned
for his big bands and for in-
troducing young musicians
to the joys of jazz music.
Fittingly, the scholar-
ship named in his honor
will carry on that legacy.
"The event was a smashing
success!" Mary Mancini
exclaimed. "It turned out
wonderful."
The next benefit for the
Mancini Gifted Musician
Scholarship will feature
"The Classics," an 11-piece
big band. Sandra Daggs
will again croon those
legendary songs from an
era that refuses to die. The
Jan. 28. concert is spon-
sored by the Northwest
Florida State College mu-
sic department and will be
held on the Main Stage at
the Mattie Kelly Fine Arts
Center.


REGINA NOLAN I Special to the Crestview Bulletin
BIRTHDAY SALUTE: Mary Mancini stands with a birthday
cake in honor of her late husband, Michael Mancini.
The lavish torte was one of the "decadent desserts"
enjoyed by guests at the Aug. 1 fund-raiser for the
scholarship Mary Mancini founded in her husband's
name.


Si WRECK: The driver of this
1995 GMC, Jonathan
Crabtree, escaped serious
injury when his vehicle left
the road and flipped end-
over-end early Wednesday
morning. Crabtree was
southbound on County Road
393 whenthe accident
occurred approximately one
".4. mile south of the Steele Mill
"- ' - Creek Road intersection.
The Almarante Volunteer
Fire Department and
Okaloosa EMS 'responded
to the scene.

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Saturday, August 22, 2009


HS Class of 2013 reports for duty


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
For the Crestview High
School Class of 2013, sum-
mer vacation ended a
couple days sooner than it
did for the rest of the Bull-
dogs.
Starting Thursday
morning, eager freshmen
reported to school for Bull-
dog Camp, a two-day orien-
tation program facilitated
by faculty, administrators
and upperclassmen.
For many, it was a
chance to catch up with
friends from. their respec-
tive middle schools as well
as to make new friends. For
all, it was an introduction
to the next chapter of their
academic lives.
After a welcome by
school officials, upper-
classmen took the newest
Bulldogs under wing for a
series of icebreakers and
round-robin activities dur-


Photos by ANN SPANN I News Bulletin
CHS upperclassmen helped facilitate activities for the freshman class during
Bulldog Camp. At right, young men eagerly wait their turn on the dodgeball
court during freshman orientation.


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His Davidson classmate
Jacob Shepard is planning
to see what's available be-
fore jumping into any of
the many co-curricular ac-
tivities available to him at
CHS.
"I'll have to give it some
thought," Jacob said philo-
sophically.
First, however, there
was some serious weaving
and dodging to do as a hail


of soft plastic balls flew at
them from the other side
of the gymnasium. A red
ball bopped Jacob on the
behind as he spun just a
bit too slow during the spir-
ited game of dodge ball. He
laughed it off.
Neither boy expressed
any feelings of apprehen-
sion about starting their
high school careers. Jons-
eth, Jacob and their 579
classmates know four
memorable years are about
to commence and are eager
to get them under way.


Freshman class members play a round-robin game to
get acquainted during Bulldog Camp on Thursday.


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Local


Area offers good shopping


Summer
vacations are
ending with
thoughts of school
days ahead. Many
years ago, we
started school in
September, with
long summer days
before the bell
tolled for book


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learning. Mama worked in
the Florala sewing factory,
and I took care of my
younger brother at home.
My clothes were made in
the summer months on
mama's Singer sewing
machine with my foot on
the peddle. Doug declares
he picked blueberries for 3
cents a quart to buy school
clothes! At the end of
summer, we were anxious
for school to begin so we
could see our friends again.
The Wild Olive
restaurant is one of my
favorite places to enjoy
lunch. Chef Chris uses
only fresh ingredients for
fabulous dishes served by
capable waitresses. In my
last column, I mentioned
a birthday lunch but left
off The Wild Olive as our
restaurant of the day.
Cynthia Harris, owner
of my Sister's Closet in
Crestview, is doing a good
business with new and
returning customers.
Barbara Howell and I
shopped recently and
found several good buys.
When you check out at


Sthe register, the
shock is pleasant,
with markdowns
on many summer
-. items. The
- friendliness you
receive and the
' soft Christian
HE HILL music playing is
Rogers cause to return.
My grandsons,
Greg and Kyle Rowan,
showered me with love in
action during their Laurel
Hill visit from Georgia. I
had a long honey-do list
with a check mark by
each one as they worked
down the list. All work and
no play wasn't on their
agenda; we visited Uncle
Ray and Aunt Mary Beth
in Pensacola for dinner,
and they golfed with
Pastor Michael Braswell
on Monday before leaving.
My pastor has won their
hearts, and I think they
visit often in order to see
him as well. That's a good
thing!
There is a peace and
quietness on the Hill
these days. Greg and
Kyle marveled at the
stillness of our area. We
are so accustomed to our
surroundings that we
sometimes forget the noise
of big cities with police
sirens and heavy traffic., I
love living in Laurel Hill!
The What's It Shop
antique and gift shop has
a going-out-of-business
sign posted. Stop by and


check out the sales in this
shop with every gift or
floral that you can imagine.
Beautiful antique items,
dolls and other furniture.
The 1905 Gallery is
doing a good business.
Many unique items and
antiques are available. It
is a lovely place to spend
time looking, buying,
remembering and wishing.
Almarante Cemetery
looks well cared for during
our summer months when
the grass grows so fast.
Wain Huckabee takes care
of keeping the cemetery
well trimmed. He also
mows lawns for several
locals who are well-
pleased with his work. He
says he likes to work. What
a blessing to find someone
with that attitude.
Watermelon season
has been very productive
in the garden of Roland
Jordan. He loads the trunk
of his car with sweet ripe
melons and passes the
blessings on to friends.
This world should have
more Roland and Yvonne
Jordan neighbors!
Happiness to you and
yours as the summer and
vacations end and work
and school begin anew.
"Encourage one
another daily, as long
as it is called Today, so
that none of you may
be hardened by sin's
deceitfulness."
- Hebrews 3:13 (NIV)


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NEW Corp embraces local charities


Special to the News Bulletin
Employees and staff of
NEW Corp donated $280
and a cart filled with per-
sonal hygiene items to
Opportunity Inc. North,
formerly known as HOPE
Network.
The presentation was
made Aug. 15 at the NEW
Corp office on John Givens
Road here in Crestview.
Diane Mamazza, JoAnne
Barrow and Tammy Ford
presented. The donation
was aimed at the ongoing
shower program sponsored
by Opportunity Inc. and the
YMCA.
NEW employees using
the catchphrase "We can
make a difference" soon
filled several boxes with
needed personal hygiene
items, along with cash from
a bake sale.
The donations included
bath towels, washcloths,
toothbrushes, soap, sham-
poo and lotions, which will
be distributed by Opportu-
nity Inc. among the home-
less in and around the north
end of Okaloosa County.
Many of the homeless in
our area have no access to
regular shower facilities,
nor do they have the nec-


Tammy Ford, Diane Mamazza, and JoAnne Barrow
pose with cart filled with health and beauty and
personal cleaning items donated to Opportunity Inc.
North by staff and employees at NEW Corp.


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ment, such as soap, towels,
toothbrushes and razors,
and now they do, company
officials said.
Being highly commu-
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for the company whose
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'When I see the blood, I will pass over you!'


"When I see the blood
..."- but who SEES the
blood? Does the sinner
see it? By no means!
GOD sees the blood.
When we trust in Jesus as
Savior we are under His
blood; and whether we see
it or not, the all-important
thing is that God sees it.
The Result of "the
Blood Applied."
The firstborn of the
Israelites were saved


THE REV.
RAYMOND
WILLIAMS
From the Pulpit


from death
through
the blood of
a lamb ap-
plied to the
doorposts
- God
passed
over and
left them
in safety.
This is true


of the spiritual redemp-
tion which comes through


the blood of Jesus Christ.
God sees the blood ap-
plieq to the hearts of His
redeemed ohes - and
Passes over them. Under
the blood, they are no lon-
ger under His wrath (John
3:36; Romans 8:1); they are
safe and secure. .
The despondent
Christian may say, "I was
such a wicked sinner; how
can this apply to me?"
God says, "When I see


the blood, I will pass over
you!"
The humble Saint may
say, "I am so unworthy!"
God says, "I see the blood
- not your unworthiness."
Another may say, "I
have fighting without and
fears within." God's an-
swer is, "You can dwell in
peace and safety, for when
I see the blood I will pass
over you."
Others may say, "When


I think of the darkness of
death and the terrors of
judgment, my heart sinks."
God says, "Even in death
and judgment, I will pass
over you!"
The blood of the pas-
chal lamb was a badge of
security, a haven of refuge,
for God's ancient people.
Today, the blood of
Jesus Christ applied to the
heart is a sure protection
- HERE, and hereafter!


"Redeemed - how I
love to proclaim it!
Redeemed by the blood
of the lamb;
Redeemed through his
infinite mercy,
His child, and forever,
Iam!"
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July 1
We are finally in Belize!
Continue praying daily as
we seek to do God's will in
this ministry. We now have
Internet in our apartment
and are quickly learning
the ropes and the do's and
don't of the city. Our big-
gest obstacle is the noise
of a . city. It's definitely
not the quiet five acres of
peace we had in Florida;
but if that's the biggest
problem I have, I figure
life is good.
"I have always been a
simple person. I've never
been a big fan of hairspray,
or taken an hour to get
ready for something (not
even on my wedding day)!
I have no doubt this is my
calling. I still may catch
myself complaining about
being hot or having no box
springs, or am about to eat
a food item that I can't read
the ingredients.
It's that same moment
I think about KC, the se-
curity guard across the
street. He told me re-
cently how he spent his


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STREET MINISTRY: Heath Burchett (in black shirt) leads a group of students from the Gulf
Breeze United Methqdist Church in prayer as they minister to homeless street people in
Belize City. The students were on a mission trip to the Caribbean nation.


childhood eating out of
others' trash. I'm sure,
it is safe to say, he prob-
ably didn't have a mat-
tress then, and he prob-
ably doesn't have one
now. I'm not writing this
to make you feel badly
for him or me. I'm writ-
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all of the small and big
blessings in our lives.


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What I wanted to bring
to Belize was hope. If you
haven't any hope in your
life, what joy can there be?
Yet, every day I see the
faces of people who have
just seemed to have given
up. Our desire is to teach
them, yes give up but give
it up to God.


I would like to ask for
your prayer for some of the
individuals we met today,
Fran, Russell, George and
Raymond are all people we
talked to today while giving
out PB&Js and bananas.
Raymond was so hungry
he asked for an extra sand-
wich. I handed him anoth-,
er one (because it really
isn't that much) but, by the


time we were done talking,
he pleaded for a third.
I explained to him how
we had to conserve them
to make sure other people
had. some; but then I just
broke down. How do you
say no to a person if you
don't know when their last
meal was or when the next
meal will come?
People are starving ev-
erywhere. Sometimes they
may not be hungry for food.
It may be they are starving
for someone just to listen. We
never know what someone
else is going through, or what
their day to day lives are like.
We would be wise to remem-
ber that while we may think
we have it bad, God's prom-
ises'are true. If we believe in
Jesus, there is always bright
hope for tomorrow.
July 30
What a week! I am truly
in awe of God and his pur-
pose and plans for our lives!
This week has been filled
with so many different activi-
ties and emotions. We had to
say hello and farewell to Gulf
Breeze UMC (United Meth-
odist Church) this week
The time we got to spend
with them has truly been a
blessing and something I
will never forget.
Some of the group pre-
pared for the week's VBS
(vacation Bible school) at
Cavalry Chapel while the
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others worked at the Sal-
vation Army doing work
projects. The following days
were pretty much the same,
but instead of spending more
time doing VBS, the street
ministry began.
I watched as the group
handed out food and I was
thrilled to see them laying
hands on people and praying
with them as they felt led.
I watched God use his
people in ways they had nev-
er been used before. He gave
courage to some to speak
To others He gave eyes to
see what I feel we tend to
overlook People are hurting
in so many ways; physically,
spiritually and emotionally.
The world is full of people
who need to be reached. God
may not be calling you to be
a missionary in Belize. He
may be calling you to minis-
ter to the man or woman on
your block
I encourage each and ev-
ery one of you to get involved
insomeformofgiving. It could
be donating or as simple as
kindword orgesture. Its up to
you. But "faith without works
is dead" (James 220). I am
sadto see the group from Gulf
Breeze leave, but I rejoice in
the growth and awareness it
brought.
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Elks Lodge 1795 supports families of slain Okaloosa deputies Skip York and Burt Lopez


Special to the News Bulletin
The Fort Walton Beach Elks
Lodge 1795 presented checks
Wednesday to the Okaloosa Law
Enforcement Benevolent Associa-
tion for distribution to the families
of slain Okaloosa deputies Skip York
and Burt Lopez.
The Elks Lodge recently held a
fundraising event at its Okaloosa Is-
land locale that featured food, music,
entertainment and door prizes. The
effort raised more than $3000 a piece
for the York and Lopez families.
Florida Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp
was at the Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office for a meeting just prior to the
check presentation. He also made a
donation to each family.
-OLEBA President Ted Litschau-
er and Elks Lodge ruler Jimmy
Bromley both expressed their ap-
preciation to area residents for their
ongoing support of the law enforce-
ment community and officers or
their families in need.
OLEBA is a non-profit organiza-
tion dedicated to helping law en-
forcement officers who are seriously
injured in the line of duty - or the
families of law enforcement officers
who lose their lives in the line of
duty.
Deputies Burt Lopez and Skip
York were slain April 25th while try-
ing to take a domestic violence sus-
pect into custody near Crestview.


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Pictured from left to right are: Valparaiso Police Chief Joe Hart; Crestview Police Chief Brian Mitchell; Okaloosa County,
Sheriff Ed Spooner; Elks Lodge 1795 Ruler Jimmy Bromley; OLEBA member Rick Lowry; FWB Police Chief Ted Litschauer; and
Okaloosa Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Larry Ashley


City Mayor's CORNER


Crestview City Mayor David
Cadle provided this report.

Mayor David Cadle
and the Crestview Police
Department wish to
remind the public that
school will soon be back
in session.
Residents are also
reminded that two new
schools will
be opening on
Redstone Avenue,
which will result
in increased traffic
volume in that
area.
We urge you to
drive carefully, be
alert and observe MA
all speed limit CA
signs in school
zones throughout
the Crestview area. Some
of these school zones
where children cross
are major thoroughfares
located away from


MESSAGE
FROM THE

MAYOR
schools.
Motorists pose
the greatest threat to
children traveling to
school.
Most children are
injured at bus stops
by cars illegally
passing the school
- bus. Don't pass a
S school bus until the
,flashing red lights
r and signals are
S turned off.
Never pass on
YOR the right side of the
bus where children
enter or exit.
The safety of your
children is our main
concern. Slow down.
Drive carefully and
cautiously!


Bronson to

commemorate new

state forest bridge
Special to the News Bulletin pairs. The road it support-
ed was a primary route
Florida Agriculture that emergency vehicles,
and -Consumer Services school buses, mail carri-
Commissioner Charles H. ers and citizens use to get
Bronson will commemo- to work.,
rate the opening of a new, The bridge was con-
environmentally friendly structed by the Division
bridge with a ribbon cut- of Forestry and the Oka-
ting ceremony at Black- loosa County Public Works
water River State Forest Department with design
on Wednesday, Aug. 26 at assistance, consultation
11 a.m. and recycled materials
The new Kennedy from the Florida Depart-
Bridge in Okaloosa Coun- ment of Transportation.
ty spans 395 feet over the The partners built the
Blackwater River flood- bridge themselves rather
plain. No bridge pilings than contracting it out,
are located within the river resulting in a savings
channel and sedimentation of nearly $346,000. Total
into the river, an Outstand- construction cost was
ing Florida Water, is virtu- $404,402. These signifi-
ally eliminated as a result cant cost savings led in a
of improved approaches to Davis Productivity Award
the bridge. An Outstand- for innovation, dedication
ing Florida Water is water and commitment to ex-
body designated worthy of cellenfce for the bridge's
special protection because partners. The bridge was
of its natural attributes funded in part by the U.S.
and is intended to protect Environmental Protection
existing water quality. Agency through a grant
The old bridge was sub-' program administered by
standard with no guard- the Florida Department
rails, would flood during of Environmental Protec-
significant rain events, tion, along with matching
had weight restrictions funds from the Division of
and required ongoing re- Forestry.

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HEREIN NAMED INDI- WILL BE FOREVER
VIDUAL DEFEND- NOTICE TO BARRED.
ANT(S) WHO ARE CREDITORS
NOT KNOWN TO BE NOTWITHSTANDING
ANNOUNCEMENTS DEAD OR ALIVE, The administration of THIS TIME PERIODS
WHETHER SAID UN- the estate of CLEM E. SET FORTH ABOVE,
1100- Legal Advertising KNOWN PARTIES PAYTON, deceased, ANY CLAIM FILED
1110- Classlfied Notices MAY CLAIM AN IN- whose date of death TWO (2) YEARS OR
1120- Public Notices/ TEREST AS SPOUSE, was June 27, 2009, is MORE AFTER THE
1125 nCarpols& HEIRS, DEVISEES, pending in the Circuit DECEDENT'S DATE OF
Rldeshare GRANTEES, OR Court for Okaloosa DEATH IS BARRED.
1130 - Adoptions OTHER CLAIMANTS County, Florida, File The date of first publi-
1140 - Happy Ads Number 09-CP-953, cation of this notice is
1150 - Personals LAST KNOWN AD- Probate Division, the.August 22, 2009.
1160 - Lost DRESS: UNKNOWN address of which is
1170 - Found Okaloosa County Clerk Attorney for Personal
CURRENT ADDRESS: of Circuit Court, 101 Representative:
UNKNOWN Highway 90 East, Connie Roper
Crestview, Florida RO. Box 249
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 32536. The name and Crestview, Florida
,. 110 . that an action to fore- address of the personal 32536
close a mortgage on representative and the T e I e p h o n e
Legal # 100821 the following property p e r s o n a I 850-683-3940
IN THE CI T in OKALOOSA County, representative's attor- Florida Bar No.
IN THE CIRCUIT Florida: ney are set forth below. 0811971 .
COURT OF THE All creditors of the de-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- LOT 18, BLOCK 3, cedent and other per- Personal Representa-
CUIT IN AND FOR VESTA HEIGHTS AD- sons having claims or tive:
OKALOOSA COUNTY, EDITION, ACCORDING demands against Stephen E. Payton
FLORIDA CIVIL AC- TO THE PLAT decedent's estate on 4449 Wilerson Bluff
TION CASE NO.: THEREOF AS RE- whom a copy of this Road
46-2009-CA-004036 CORDED IN PLAT notice is required to be Holt, Florida 32564
DIVISION BOOK 2, PAGE(S) 86, served must file their
OF THE PUBLIC REC- claims with this Court 08/22/09
WELLS FARGO BANK WORDS OF OKALOOSA WITHIN THE LATER 08/29/09
NA, COUNTY, FLORIDA. OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Plaintiff, THE TIME OF THE
has been filed against FIRST PUBLICATION LEGAL #120326
vs. you and you are re- OF THIS NOTICE OR
qTE UNKNO uired to serve a copy 30 DAYS AFTER THE NOTICE OF AUCTION
THE UNKNOWN of your written de- DATE OF SERVICE OF
HEIRS, DEVISEES, fenses, if any, on or be- A COPY OF THIS NO- Pursuant to Section
GRANTEES, ASSIGN- fore September 28, TICE ON THEM. 713.75. Florida Stat-
EES, LIENORS, CREDI 2009, on Florida De- utes, there will be a
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR fault Law Group, RL. All other creditors of public auction Septem-
OTHER CLAIMANTS Plaintiff's attorney, the decedent and other ber 10, 2009 at 8:00
CLAIMING BY, whose address is 9119 persons having claims A.M. for the following
THROUGH, UNDER, Corporate Lake Drive, or demands against described vehicles.
OR AGAINST, TRACY Suite 300; Tampa, Flor- decedent's estate must '
A. HEITZ A/K/A ida 33634, and file the file their claims with this 1990 Chevy Camaro
TRACEY ANN HEITZ, original with this Court Court WITHIN 3 1G1FP23F3LL128214
DECEASED, et al, either before service on MONTHS AFTER THE
Defendant(s) Plaintiff's attorney or DATE OF THE FIRST The auction will be held
NOTICE OF ACTION immediately thereafter; PUBLICATION OF at 861 W. James Lee
NOTICEOFACTION otherwise a default will THIS NOTICE. Blvd, Crestview, Fla
be entered against you 32536. Danco Trans-
TO: for the relief demanded ALL CLAIMS NOT mission & Towing has
THE UNKNOWN in the Complaint or pe- FILED WITHIN THE the right to turn down
HEIRS,, DEVISEES, tition. TIME PERIODS SET any and all bids.
GRANTEES, ASSIGN- FORTH IN SECTION
EES, LIENORS, WITNESS my hand and 733.702 OF THE FLOR- 08/22/2009
CREDITORS, TRUS- the seal of this Court
TEES, OR OTHER on this 14 day of Au-
CLAIMANTS CLAIM- gust, 2009.
ING BY THROUGH,
UNDER, OR Don W. Howard
AGAINST, TRACEY A. Clerk of the Court
HEITZ A/WK/A TRACEY By: Anita Cantrall
ANN HEITZ, DE- As Deputy Clerk
CEASED
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IN THE CIRCUIT
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CUIT OF FLORIDA
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IN RE: ESTATE OF:
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462008CA005002
FILE NO:F08076467
JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK, NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PATRICE M. HOFF-
MAN, et al,
Defendant(s).
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SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
August 11, 2009 and
entered in Case NO.
46-2008-CA-005002 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein JPMORGAN
CHASE BANK, NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, is the Plaintiff
and PATRICE M.
HOFFMAN; EMERALD
LAKES PROPERTY
OWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION, INC.; are the De-
fendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
OF CLERK'S FRONT
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ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
the 15 day of Septem-
ber, 2009, the following
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Crestview News Bulletin I 9


03_ 1 1l 3
LAKES PHASE 1ll, BE- gust, 2009.
ING A PORTION OF
UNSECTIONALIZED Don W. Howard
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, Clerk of the Cour
RANGE 22 WEST,
OKALOOSA COUNTY, By:Anita Cantrall
FLORIDA, ACCORD- As Deputy Clerk
ING TO THE PLAT RE-
CORDED IN PLAT Florida Defaul
BOOK 19, PAGES 5 Group, PL.
AND 6, OF THE PUB- PO. Box 25018
LIC RECORDS OF Tampa,
SAID COUNTY. 33622-5018
A/K/A 334 TEQUESTA
DRIVE, DESTIN, FL IMPORTANT
32541 In accordance v
Any person claiming an Americans with
interest in the surplus abilities Act, P
from the sale, if any, with disabilities
other than the property ing special acc
owner as of the date of dation to partici
the Lis Pendens must this proceeding
file a claim within sixty contact Court A
(60) days after the sale. tration at 101
WITNESS MY HAND Lee Boulevard
and the seal of this Crestview,
Court on August 13 32536-3515; tel.
2009. number
689-5000, Ex
Don W. Howard 7497, prior to tl
Clerk of the. Circuit ceeding. or S
Court (850) 651-7497
By:Vicki Jackson IMPORTANT
Deputy Clerk In accordance v
Americans with
Florida Default Law abilities Act, F
Group, RL. with disabilities
RO. Box 25018 ing special acc
Tampa, Florida dation to partici
33622-5018 this proceeding
contact Court A
IMPORTANT tration at 1250 N
In accordance with the Parkway, Shalim
Americans with Disabil- 32579; telephonE
cities Act, persons with ber (850) 65
disabilities needing prior to the proce
special accommoda-
tion to participate in 8/22/2009
this proceeding should 8/29/2009
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL, LEGAL#120319
32536-3515; telephone
number . (850) IN THE CRC
689-5000, Extension COURT OF 1
7497, prior to the pro- FIRST JUDICIA
ceeding. or Shalimar I IC
(850) 651-7497 IN ANDFO
IMPORTANT OKALOOSA CO
In accordance with the FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
Americans with Disabil- N 4C2009CA
cities Act, persons with FILENO:F090t
disabilities needing FILE NO:F0905
special accommoda- WELLS FARGO
tion to participate in A F
this proceeding should NA,
contact Court Adminis- Plainti,
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, vs.
32579; telephone num- PATRICK K. NE
ber (850) 651-7497, PtCK K
prior to the proceeding. Defendantss.

8/22/2009 NOTICE OF ACT
8/29/2009


LEGAL#120318
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF-THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462009CA003936
FILE NO:F09035542

SUNTRUST BANK,
N.A,
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ANY AND ALL UN-
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NOTICE OF ACTION ANTS GAi
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LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 38 TAN- CURRENT ADDRESS: vs.
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FORT WALTON MA
BEACH, FL 32548 YOU ARE NOTIFIED A/K
that an action to fore- eta
CURRENT ADDRESS: close a mortgage on Def
UNKNOWN the following property
in OKALOOSA County, NO'
ANY AND ALL UN- Florida:
KNOWN PARTIES UNIT 5 (1642), PEP- TO:
CLAIMING BY, P E R T R E E MA
THROUGH, UNDER, TOWNHOMES, UNRE- A/K
AND AGAINST THE CORDED IN SECTION LAS
HEREIN NAMED INDI- 9,' TOWNSHIP 3 DRI
VIDUAL DEFEND- NORTH, RANGE 23 DRI
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT WEST, OKALOOSA FOI
KNOWN TO BE DEAD COUNTY, FLORIDA, BE/
OR ALIVE, WHETHER MORE PARTICULARLY
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- DESCRIBED AS FOL- CUI
TIES MAY CLAIM AN LOWS: THE EAST UNI
INTEREST AS 43.14 FEET OF THE
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- FOLLOWING DE- AN'
VISEES, GRANTEES, SCRIBED LAND: COM- KNI
OR OTHER CLAIM- MENCE AT THE CU
ANTS SOUTHEAST CORNER THF
OF THE SOUTHWEST ANI
LAST KNOWN AD- QUARTER OF SEC- HEI
DRESS:UNKNOWN TION 9, TOWNSHIP 3 VID
NORTH, RANGE 23 AN-
CURRENT ADDRESS: WEST, OKALOOSA KN(
UNKNOWN COUNTY, FLORIDA; OR
THENCE NORTH A SAI
YOU ARE NOTIFIED DISTANCE OF 30.00 TIE
that an action to fore FEET TO THE NORTH INT
close a mortgage on RIGHT OF WAY LINE SP(
the following property OF FIRST AVENUE. VIS
in OKALOOSA County,(60.00 FEET RIGHT OF OR
Florida: WAY); THENCE WEST AN
UNIT 513, SEACREST ALONG SAID NORTH
CONDOMINIUM, AC- RIGHT OF WAY LINE A LAS
CORDING TO THE DISTANCE OF 840.30 PRI
DECLARATION OF FEET TO THE WEST
CON DOMINI UM RIGHT OF WAY LINE CUI
THEREOF AS RE- OF PEPPERTREE UNI
CORDED IN OFFICIAL DRIVE (60.00 FEET
RECORDS BOOK RIGHT OF WAY) BE- YOI
2238, PAGE 2717, OF ING ALSO THE POINT thai
THE PUBLIC REC- OF BEGINNING; clo
ORDS OF OKALOOSA THENCE CONTINUE the
COUNTY, FLORIDA, WEST ALONG SAID in
TOGETHER WITH AN NORTH RIGHT OF Floi
UNDIVIDED INTEREST WAY LINE A DIS- LOT
IN THE COMMON ELE- TANCE OF 120.30 SAl
MENTS IF ANY, AP- FEET TO THE EAST ACI
P U R T E N A N T LINE OF A SUBDIVI- OR
THERETO, SUBJECT SION, KNOWN AS RE(
TO AND IN ACCORD- SHOAL HEIGHTS AS BOI
ANCE WITH THE COV- RECORDED IN PLAT THI
ENANTS, CONDI- BOOK NO. 2, AT PAGE OR
TIONS, RESTRIC- 130 OF THE OFFICIAL CO
TIONS, TERMS AND RECORDS OF has
OTHER PROVISIONS OKALOOSA COUNTY; 'you
OF SAID DECLARA- THENCE ANGLE quilt
TION RIGHT 91 DEGREES of
has been filed against 24 MINUTES 00 SEC- fens
you and you are re- ONDS ALONG SAID fore
quired to serve a copy EAST LINE A DIS- Def
of your written de- TANCE OF 100.00 PL.
fenses, if any, on or be- FEET; THENCE ANGLE whi
fore 9-25-09, op Florida RIGHT 88 DEGREES Col
Default Law Group, 36 MINUTES 00 SEC- Suil
RL., Plaintiff's attorney, ONDS FOR A DIS- ida
whose address is 9119 TANCE OF 120.30 oric
Corporate Lake Drive, FEET TO SAID WEST eith
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- RIGHT OF WAY LINE; Pla
ida 33634, and file the THENCE ANGLE, imr
original with this Court RIGHT 91 DEGREES oth
either before service on 24 MINUTES AND 00 be
Plaintiff's attorney or SECONDS ALONG for
immediately thereafter; SAID WEST RIGHT OF in t
otherwise a default will WAY LINE A DIS- titio
for the relief demanded FEET TO THE POINT put
in the Complaint or pe- OF BEGINNING. LESS wet
tition. AND EXCEPT FOR tive
'This notice shall be EASEMENT PUR- vie\
published once .each POSES; THE NORTH WII
week for two consecu- 3.00 FEET THEREOF the
tive weeks in the Crest- AND THE SOUTH 5.00 on
view News Bulletin. FEET OF THE NORTH gus
WITNESS my hand and 50.78 FEET OF THE
the seal of this Court WEST 25.87 FEET. Do
on this 11 day of Au- has been filed against Cle


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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
RST JUDICIAL CII
CUIT
IN AND FOR
KALOOSA COUNT
FLORIDA
IVIL ACTION CAS
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following prope
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entered against y
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LEGAL#120323
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462008CA002898
C FILE NO:F08029991
LASALLE BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE
ON BEHALF OF GSAA
HOME EQUITY TRUST
2 0 0 6 - 1 4
ASSET-BACKED CER-
TIFICATES SERIES
2006-14,
Plaintiff,
vs.

SCOTT A. MEANS, et
al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-


ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH,. UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL. DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS:UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
THE WEST 25 FEET
OF LOTS 1, 2 AND 3,
AND THE EAST 50
FEET OF LOTS 10,11
AND 12, BLOCK 66,
PLAT OF VALPARAISO
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(850) on this 7 day of Augu
tension 2009.
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Clerk of the Court

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ing special accomn
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Crestview,
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contact Court Admir
tration at 1250 N. Eg
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PRUD, 32579; telephone nu
'RUD , ber (850) 651-749
prior to the proceeding

8/22/2009
rION 8/29/2009


S.03 . ,o3, I 1103 I
re- gage Foreclosure TION TO VALPARAISO,
opy By: Anita Cantrall dated August 13, 2009 FLORIDA, SHEET NO.
de- As Deputy Clerk and entered in Case 9, SUBDIVISION NO. 5
be- N o . AND 6, ACCORDING
ida Florida Default Law 46-2008-CA-002898 of TO THE PLAT
up, Group, PL. the Circuit Court of the THEREOF AS RE-
iey, RO. Box 25018 FIRST Judicial Circuit CORDED IN PLAT
119 Tampa, Florida in and for OKALOOSA BOOK 1, PAGE 56,
ve, 33622-5018 County, Florida PUBLIC RECORDS OF
lor- wherein LASALLE OKALOOSA COUNTY,
the IMPORTANT BANK NATIONAL AS- FLORIDA
curt In accordance with the SOCIATION, AS TRUS- has been filed against
on Americans with Disa- TEE ON BEHALF OF you and you are re-
or abilities Act, persons GSAA HOME EQUITY quired to serve a copy
:er; with disabilities need- TRUST 2006-14 of your written de-
will ing special accommo- ASSET-BACKED CER- fenses, if any, on or be-
'ou dation to participate in TIFICATES SERIES fore 9-28-09, on Florida
led this proceeding should 2006-14, is the Plaintiff Default Law Group,
pe- contact Court Adminis- and SCOTT A. RL., Plaintiff's attorney,
tration at 101 James MEANS; MORTGAGE whose address is 9119
be Lee Boulevard East, ELECTRONIC REGIS- Corporate Lake Drive,
ich Crestview, FL, TRATION SYSTEMS, Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
cu- 32536-3515; telephone INCORPORATED, AS ida 33634, and file the
est- number (850) NOMINEE FOR COUN- original with this Court
689-5000, Extension TRYWIDE FINANCIAL either before service on
and 7497, prior to the pro- CORPORATION; MAR- Plaintiff's attorney or
.urt ceeding. or Shalimar BELLA CONDOMINIUM immediately thereafter;
ust, (850) 651-7497 OWNERS ASSOCIA- otherwise a default will
TION, INC.; are the De- be entered against you
IMPORTANT fendants, I will sell to for the relief demanded
In accordance with the the highest and best in the Complaint or pe-
Americans with Disa- bidder for cash at tition.
abilities Act, persons CRESTVIEW: SOUTH This notice shall be
with disabilities need- FRONT DOOR OF THE published once each
ing special accommo- OKALOOSA COUNTY week for two consecu-
dation to participate in COURTHOUSE at tive weeks in the Crest-
aw this proceeding should 11:00AM, on the 7 day view News Bulletin.
contact Court Adminis- of September, 2009, WITNESS my hand and
tration at 1250 N. Eglin the following described the seal of this Court
ida Parkway, Shalimar, FL, property as set forth in on this 12 day of Au-
32579; telephone num- saidFinalJudgment UNIT gust, 2009.
ber (850) 651-7497, 2-B, MARBELLA,
prior to the proceeding. A CONDOMINIUM, TO- Don W. Howard
the GETHER WITH ITS UN- Clerk of the Court
sa- 8/22/2009 DIVIDED SHARE OF
ins 8/29/2009 COMMON ELEMENTS, By:Beth McDonald_
ed- FACILITIES AND As Deputy Clerk
no- _OTHER APPURTE-
in NANT RIGHTS, MORE Florida Default Law
uld LEGAL#120322 PARTICULARLY DE- Group,PL.
nis- SCRIBED IN THE DEC- RO. Box 25018
nes IN THE CIRCUIT LARATION OF CON- Tampa, Florida
ast, COURT OF THE DOMINIUM I RE- 33622-5018
FL, , FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- CORDED IN OFFICIAL
ne CUIT OF FLORIDA IN RECORDS BOOK IMPORTANT
50) AND FOR OKALOOSA 2704, PAGE 2908, OF In accordance with the
on COUNTY CASE NO: THE PUBLIC REC- Americans with Disa-
ro- 2008CA1384 ORDS OF OKALOOSA abilities Act, persons
nar COUNTY, FLORIDA, with disabilities need-
SUNTRUST MORT- TOGETHER WITH ing special accommo-
GAGE, INC, . PARKING SPACES 124 dation to participate in
Plaintiff, AND 125 AND STOR- this proceeding should
the AGE UNIT 222. contact Court Adminis-
sa- vs. A/K/A 770 Harbor tration at 101 James
ins Boulevard # 2B, Des- Lee Boulevard East,
ed- ORLANDO XAVIER tin, FL 32541 Crestview, FL,
no- H E R N A N D E Z Any person claiming an 32536-3515; telephone
in A.K.A.ORLANIDO HER- interest in the surplus number (850)
uld NANDEZ MEDINA et. from the sale, if any, 689-5000, Extension
lis- al. other than the property 7497, prior to the pro-
glin Defendants. owner as of the date of ceeding. or Shalimar
FL, the Lis Pendens must (850) 651-7497
im- NOTICE IS HEREBY file a claim within sixty
97, GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- (60) days after the sale. IMPORTANT
g. nal Judgment of Fore- WITNESS MY HAND In accordance with the
closure dated Aug. 13, and the seal of this Americans with Disa-
2009, and entered in Court on August 14, abilities Act, persons
Case No. 2008 CA 2009. with disabilities need-
1384, of the Circuit ing special accommo-
Court of the First Judi- Ddn W. Howard dation to participate in
cial Circuit in and for Clerk of the Circuit this proceeding should
SOKALOOSA County, Court contact Court Adminis-
Florida, wherein tration at 1250 N. Eglin
SUNTRUST MORT- By:Vicki Jackson Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
GAGE, INC, is a Plain- Deputy Clerk 32579; telephone.num-
tiff and ORLANDO XA- ber (850) 651-7497,
VIER HERNANDEZ Florida Default Law prior to the proceeding.
R- A.K.A. ORLANDO HER- Group, PL.
NANDEZ MEDINA; RO. Box 25018 8/22/2009
MARLEEN SALIM HER- Tampa, Florida 8/29/2009
Y, NANDEZ; UNKNOWN 33622-5018
TENANT #1; UN-
E KNOWN TIENANT#2 IMPORTANT
78 are the Defendants. I In accordance with the
8 will sell to the highest Americans with Disa- 'T-
and best bidder for abilities Act, persons
Cash at Shalimar Court- with disabilities need- '
KA house Annex, front ing special accommo-
EW door, 1250 Eglin Park- dation to participate in
Sway, Shalimar, FL this proceeding should
HE 32579, at 11:00AM on contact Court Adminis- MERCHANDISE
S Sept. 15 2009, the fol- traction at 101 James
lowing described prop- Lee Boulevard East, 3100 - Antiques
ST erty as set forth in said Crestview, FL, 3110- A& Crafts
ST Final Judgment, to wit: 32536-3515; telephone 3130- Auctions
GH OLD BETHEL ES- 689-5000, Extension 3150 - Building Supplies
S, TATES PHASE TWO, 7497, prior to the pro- 3160- Business
BEING A PORTION OF ceeding. or Shalimar Equipment
SECTION 12, TOWN- (850) 651-7497 3170 - Collectibles
SHIP 3 NORTH, 3180 Computers
3190 - Electronics
RANGE 24 WEST, IMPORTANT3200- Firewood
SOKALOOSA COUNTY, In accordance with the 3220 - Furniture
ES FLORIDA, ACCORD- Americans with Disa- 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales
S , ING TO THE PLAT RE- abilities Act, persons 3240 - Guns
CORDED IN PLAT with disabilities need- 3250 - Good Things to Eat
BOOK 21, PAGES 94 ing special accommo- 3260-Health & Fitness
AND 95, OF THE PUB- dation to participate in 3270 - Jewelry/Clothin
LIC RECORDS OF this proceeding should E328 - quipn
SAID COUNTY. contact Court Adminis- 3290 - Medical Equipment
ES Any person claiming an tration at 1250 N. Eglin 3300-Miscellaneous
Interest in the surplus Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 3310 - Musical Instmments
from the sale, if any, 32579; telephone num- 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
D- other than the property ber (850) 651-7497, Supplies
VA owner as of the date of prior to the proceeding. 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
the lis pendens must 3340 - Sporting Goods
ON file a claim within 60 8/22/2009 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)
days after the sale. 8/29/2009
DON W. HOWARD 31
As Clerk of the Court LEGAL#120324 ANTIQUES - Clock Re-

N- By: Vicki Jackson IN THE CIRCUIT . air: Granfathersn
ES As Deputy Clerk COURT OF THE MaTtels, Cuckoo, Any
BY, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Type of Clocks - 211 N.
R, IMPORTANT FIRST JUDICIAL Main St. Call 689-1007
HE In accordance with the IN AND FOR'
DI- Americans with Disabil- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
D- cities Act, persons need- FLORIDA
OT ing a reasonable ac- CIVILACTION CAE 3220
AD commodation to partic- NO:462009CA004000 $785 Leather Sofa &
ER ipate in this proceeding FILE NO:F09069622 Loveseat set, new in
A- should, no later than box. Lifetime warr. Can
AN seven (7) days prior, CHASE HOME FI- deliver. 850-471-0330
S contact thClerk of the NANCE LLC, All new Pillowtop Mat-
E Court's disability coor- Plaintiff, tress Queen/box spring
ESM- dinator at 8506517497, 'Fact. warr. $169 Can
1250 N. Eglin PKWY vs. deliver. 850-471-0330.
Suite A114, Shalimar
FI, 32579. If hearing im- KIMBERLY EVERETT Beautiful antique sec-
Spaired, contact (DD) etal retary for sale, early
8009558771 via Florida defendants) 1900s. at the Blonde
Relay S m. eendant(s).Bellagio call or come
Beny ystem. NOTICE OF ACTION by to see' 682-0352
Ben-Exra & Katz, PA. 652-2299 asking 1800
ED Attorneys for Plaintiff TO: OBO
ED 2901 Stirling Road, MICHAEL EVERETTE DEN/HOME OFFICE
re- Suite 300 Fort Laud- LAST KNOWN AD- FURNITURE FOR
on erdale, Florida 33312 DRESS:230 KAREN SALE!
rty T e I e p h o n e COURT Library wall, cherry fin-
ty, (305) 7 7 0 -4 1 00 NICEVILLE, FL 32578 ish, consists of (2)
C, Fax:(305)653-2329 6'x30"x12" end units,
SCURRENT ADDRESS: and (3) 30'"x30"x12"
A, 8-22-09 UNKNOWN middle units, all with
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3230
Defuniak
Flynn
Estate Sale
Sat 8-? 1/4 mile down
Girl Scout Rd. 2000
truck, camper, furni-
ture, golf sets, tools, Ig.
cabinets, 2 antique
wagon wheels, lightn-
ing rods $100 ea. 6,000
& 6,500 generators
$750. Many monitors,
towers, keyboards, joy
sticks, 1000 computer
games cheap. CDs,
D\iDs $2 ea.


3240

Gun Show
Pensacola
Fairgrounds
Aug. 29 & 30
*Sat. 9-5
*Sun. 10-4
Free Parking
(407)
275-7233
floridagunshows.com



3250
GREEN & BOILED
PEANUTS.
HOLLAND FARMS.
1-877-675-6876


| 3300
2 Plots located in the
front part of Liveoak.
Cemetery .call
850-675-6491 Iv. mesg.
AMF
Playmaster 8'
slate Pool Table
Black finish w/red felt,
exc. condition. Acces-
sories include sticks,
balls, wall rack, & more
$600. Call 226-6754
Jenning Comp. Bow.
Left handed ready to
hunt. $100. 902-0035


NEW rODAY

Two RC Planes
w/equipment for Sale
Call 537-4468









4100 - Help Wanted
4110 - Restaurants/Clubs
4120- Sales
4130- Employment
Information


1 4100
Food Srvc/Hospitality

Grill Cooks
for Cracker Barrel of
Crestview. All shifts
682-8804 Apply any-
time. EOE
Insurance

A Terrific
Opportunity!

Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
$100,000+ Earning Po-
tential, Benefits, Pen-
sion, 401(k), BCBS
Insurance for those
who qualify! Call
1-800-257-5500.
Live-in Female com-
panion needed for
older female. Must
clean, cook at least
1 meal a day! Room
and board plus
some compensa-
tion. References
needed! Crestview
-area Fax or email
info: (850)398-8065
Stylist - needed for sa-
lon in Crestview.
398-3609
Twin Hills Learning
Center Now taking en-
rollment for Free VPK.
Call 689-1663
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REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
6100- Business/
Commercial
6110 - Apartments
6120 - Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhoese
6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms fotr Rent
6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
6180 - Out-of-Town Rentals
0190 - Timeshare Rentals
6200 - Vacation Rentals




Crestview
Office Space
Executive Offices in
McClain, Office Plaza
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.
rice, $825. Ready to
move inl 850 651-9900
Ask to speak to Buddy,
Byron, or Sonya




$99 Move In


6140
1, 2, 3 & 4 BR Homes
for Rent. Ref req. Call
682-4070 or 830-2061,
758-7206.

Baker, 3br, lba 6 ac-
res included! As Is, you
maintain. $650/mo.
Call 850-217-8209 for
info.

Crestview - 3BR/1.5BA
located on 1 acre lot.
795 Barrow St. $550.
mo + $550dd 398-2284


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Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
home. ONLY $900 mo!
Call Jenny at Pelican
Real Estate 315-0972

Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
2 cg, FP, 1635sf. 3 yrs
old. $995 mo+dd. pet
ok 850-865-2823

Crestview Guest home
for rent, 1br, lba, no
pets/smoking, all util &
cable incl. $500/mo.
398-3609

Crestview Rentals:
* 3br, lba on 1 ac $875
*3br, 1ba $700,
* 3 / 1 $550 inc. WS&G
*1 / 1 $460 inc. WS&G
S5br, 3ba $1,150,
2 / 2 MH 2 ac $600
Call Rick Epperson Re-
alty LLC 850-865-7777

Freeport . Waterfront
Estate. 6 br, 5.5 ba, 3
acres, deep water slip
with lift, 5,000 sqft,
$2250 mo. Call (706)
987-3509

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



6150
FWB
Military
Welcome!
Share furnished 3
bdrm, 2'2 bath, 1400
Sf, end unit Townhouse
You would have up-
stairs furnished bdrm,
private full bath, plus
furnished den/ office
plus use of rest of TH
including Washer /
dryer, kitchen, etc.
Convenient to both
bases. $600 mo, in-
cludes utilities. Short /
Long term Military wel-
come! Call 226-4056 or
830-2155



6160
Crestview- Share quiet
3br brick home in Au-
burn area $450 mo
incls utils Call 902-6081



| 170
Auburn area 3br, 2ba,
Lg yard. Large trailer.
FP, No smoke/pets.
$550 mo. $575dd. Call
240-0890

Baker- 3 br 2 ba MH
6238 Old River Rd. No
pets. $700 mo. Avail
8/22. 850 368-3625

Crestview - 1 & 2 BR
mobile homes for rent.
$450. + Dep. Will ac-
cept Section 8 Call
682-4731




NEW JiOAY

Crestview-
2br, 1ba Nice area.
$450 +dd 362-9845


Crestview- 2br, 2ba,
W/D hkup, on 10 acres.
New carpet, paint. $570
mo+cd. 850-832-0911

Crestview - 2BR/1BA &
3BR/1BA Both newly
remodeled inside. 2BR
$425. + $425.dd. 3BR
is $475. + $475.dd
water & garbage fur-
nished. Call 398-6246
or 305-0776 NO PETS

C'vlew- 2 & 3 br MHs
newly remodeled, quiet
park $450 mo+dd No
Pets. 850-585-8192

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



7100
*Free Foreclosure*
*** Listimgs ***
400,000++ Properties
Nationwide
Call nowl800-785-3592


7100
Destin
Destiny West,
By Owner
Close to the beach,
Beautiful 2 story
stucco, tile roof, 4 bd,
2.5 bth on Paradise
Isle. 3255 sqft, neigh-
borhood pool, tennis,
Built in 2005. $789,000.
Call 850-837-9836 for
showing. Agents wel-
come.




LOOK
Individual wants to
buy house for invest-
ment. Call 651-0987




NEW rIfAV

UPGRADED
All brick 1791 sq ft on
almost a half ac. lot.
$130,000.00

. FARM - 34 Ac
2150 sq ft' brick home.
$339,995.00

Lake Jackson
Country home on over
3 ac, 2200sf workshop.
Just half mile to lake.
$150,000.

Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
Inc.
850-689-1334
850-582-3806




710so

BWB
Parkwood
Estates Lot
$144,000
Residential lot \n
gated Bluewater Bay
community. One of
the last vacant lots in
the Bolton Village
section. Level lot with
large oaks. Call (850)
897-0993 after 5PM
or visit
http://members.cox.net/
ospreycove/


Owner
Must Sell
4+ acres- $57,300 Nice
oak trees, private ac-
cess to lake. All utilities
in. Ready to build when
you are! Financing
avail. Call now
(866)352-2249
www.filandbargains.com




7160

0 Down
For all land owners.
Your land or family
land. All Credit O.K.
850-682-3344

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


New Govern-
ment Financing
Program!
On all 3 or 4 Bed-
rooms! Rates as low as
4.75%. No Credit or
Bad Credit OK! Call
Clayton Homes of Cre-
stview 850-683-0758









AUTOMOTIVE MRINE
RECREATIOMMI |
8100 - Antique & Collectibles
110 - Cars
120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
8130- Trucks
8140 - Vans
8150 - Commercial
8160 - Motorcycles
8170 - Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 - Boats
8220 - Personal Watercraft
8230 - Sailboats
8240 - Boat & Marine
Supplies
8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
8310 - Aircraft/Avlation
8320 - ATV/Oft Road Vehicles
8330 - Campers & Trailers
8340 - Motorhomes





Chevy Maliby 2009. Sil-
ver Gray, 4cyl, apprx.
31,000 mile. Take over
payments $468.28.
902-1871






Ford 1974 Pick-up 240,
6 cyl. $1500. 902-0035






15' Ganoe+ New 2009
4hrp 4 stroke Mercury.
and trailer. 902-0035


I 8220

WANTED:
Yamaha 2001 GP800r
Waverunner for parts
(instrument cluster,
etc.) Wrecked or blown
1997 or newer Yamaha
Waverunners, running
or non-running for
parts. Will haul. Please
call 864-5745, leave
message if no answer.


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Saturday, August 22, 2009 www.crestviewbulletin.com Page 10


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, 4-7 p.m. Cost is
$40 per child. All'games will
be on Tuesday and Thursday
nights at BAYA. Season starts
in September. For more
information, call 537-4549.

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 nonmembers. For more
information, call 689-2999.

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 nonmembers in a four-
man format.
For more information or
an entry form, call Pat Quinn
at 683-3585 or 225-1390.

GFWC golf tourney
The GFWC Woman's
Club of Crestview Inc. will
host its inaugural four-person
low-ball golf tournament 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. start.
There will be 50/50 play,
handicap play and a live
auction. Hole sponsorships
are available for $50 per
hole. Proceeds from this
event help support club
charities. For information
or an entry form, call
682-1416, 217-5869 or
682-5324.

Loop the Lake 5K
Lace up your running
shoes and get set to run or
walk around historic Lake
DeFuniak during the Loop
the Lake 5K Run/Walk and
1-mile Fun Run on Sept. 12
from 7-10 a.m. The event is
a fundraiser for the 2009
American Heart Association
Heart Walk.
Information about the run
and a registration form can
be found at www.chelco.
com. Click on the Loop the
Lake logo on the left. Early
registration costs $15 and
ends Sept. 4. Registration
from Sept. 5 until 7 a.m. on
race day will be $20.
The race begins at 8
a.m. at the Amphitheater
on Circle Drive in DeFuniak
Springs and 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 about 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
yard sale event in downtown
DeFuniak Springs, will be
held in conjunction with the
race from 8 a.m. until noon.
For more information
aboutLoop the Lake and
sponsorship opportunities,
contact Kathy Morrow at
892-5069, ext. 105, or
kmorrow@chelco.com.


Local players


compete in summer


baseball tourneys


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Former Laurel Hill star Brad Reese fires up a jump shot while working out in the
Hobo gym.



Brad Reese readies for



first season at Texas Tech


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
LAUREL HILL - Brad Reese has been
in town the last few days visiting family
and friends, fishing, and yes, working at
keeping his basketball game sharp in
Laurel Hill gym.
Reese, a 2006 LHS grad who is
preparing for his first season at Texas
Tech in Lubbock, spent the summer
on his new campus adjusting to life in
big time after playing for Gulf Coast
Community College the last two seasons.
He redshirted as a true freshman at
Southeastern Louisiana before moving
closer to home.
"It feels good coming back knowing
I'm doing something with my life and this
is where it all started," Reese said. "It's
fun memories because you know you had
a great time in your career hear with all
the games against Paxton, Crestview,
Walton and Fort Walton,
"But all you can do now is reminisce
about those times, but I had a great
career, and I wouldn't take it back for
nothing."
Reese hasn't had much time to look
back since he arrived on the Texas Tech
campus in June. He's been too busy
adjusting to the learning curve that
goes with playing in the powerful Big 12
Conference.
"Everybody is about the same talent
(at Tech), but you have to work hardto
get better," he said. "It's about building
character and toughness after coming
out of JUCO (junior college) and high
school.
"This summer was basically learning
about my teammates and what they like
and what I like. It was about coming
together as a family, so when the season
starts, we will be on the same page and
everything. So it was a good experience
for me."
Reese expects to play the shooting
guard or a small forward and is really
excited about playing on the perimeter.
"I love it because that's my natural,"
he said. "I played down low (at center) in
high school because we were (Class) 1A.
And in JUCO I played the three (small
forward).
"I can play the four (power forward)
sometimes, but at the next level I have to


Brad Reese soars to the basket during
a recent workout at the Laurel Hill gym.
play outside because (the inside players)
are 6-foot-8, 6-foot-lO (Reese is 6-6 or 6-7).
I'm long and athletic, and I can use my
athletic ability against smaller twos and
threes. Hopefully that will help me out for
my future'plans and stuff."
After getting over what he admits was
a pretty strong case of being homesick,
Reese has steadied himself and now
embraces his new life in Texas.
"You have to value the position
you are in," he said. "Right now I'm
at Texas Tech, and I've got a full ride
(scholarship). Every day I come in and I
take the mindset of a professional. I come
in and I work.
"They teach me how to work like a
professional. I come in and I work and
get it done. You have to hold yourself a
certain way. You have to come in, work
hard and take care of your business, and
it's helped me become a man."
Basketball practice starts the first of
October, and Reese is already focusing
on the upcoming season.
"I think we have a shot to be pretty
good," he said. "I've never won the big
championship, so that pushes me a
lot. I've won district, but the real big
championship, I never won it.
"Some people strive to be a champion,
arid that's what I want to be is a champion.
So I have to keep working so I'll have a
shot to do it again and this time win it."


Special to the News Bulletin

It was a busy summer
for L.C. Smith, who does
double duty coaching
two traveling baseball
teams.
First Smith loaded up
the 14-U Florida Mus-
tangs and traveled to
Oak Ridge, Tenn., June
23 to compete in the
Battle of the South 14-U
tournament.
The 42-team field,
which included teams
from across the country,
was split into eight pools.
The Mustangs played a
five-game pool between
with teams from Penn-
sylvania, Kentucky, Illi-
nois and Tennessee.
The Mustangs won
pool A with a 4-1 record
allowing 23 runs to earn
the No. 7 seed among the
24 teams that advanced.
After receiving a bye
in the first game of the
championship series,
the Mustangs beat the
Mt. Juliet Bearcats 9-
4 behind 'the complete
game on the mound of
Justin Rebholz. Carson
Sands provided the of-
fensive punch with a
3-run homer and three
runs scored.
The Mustangs then
lost to Indiana Pros-
pects 8-2, giving them a
top six finish in the tour-
nament.
The Mustangs got.
outstanding efforts from
Robert Robbins who
had a .739 on base' per-
centage, Boomer Sim-
mons with a .647 on base
percentage and strong
pitching performances
from Trey Marshall,
Troy Degenarro and Da-
kota Davis.
The 14-U Mustangs
weren't the only team
representing the area.
July 13, the 16-U Mus-
tangs were in Atlanta
for the World Wood Bat
Association's National
Championship.
Perfect Game hosted
the tournament with
more than 180 teams
competing in front of col-
lege and pro scouts from
across the country.
The Florida Mus-
tangs played 10 games
in seven days to advance
to the championship
game. The Mustangs
lost the title game 6-0 to
the North Canes (Va.).
Trent Higginbothem
of the Mustangs, who
plays for Pace, took
home the tournament's
Most Valuable Player
Award. Higginbothem
went 11-for-23 at the
plate with a homer, four
stolen bases and 12 runs
batted in. He also threw
two complete games,
one of which was a one-
hit shutout in the elimi-
nation game.
Niceville's Nick
Junger threw a com-
plete game shutout and
hit a home run in the
semifinals against the
Long Island Titans. Lo-
gan Hill hit two homers
during the tournament,
with one being a walk-off
grand slam.
The team left Atlanta
and went straight for Ft.
Meyers for the Perfect
Game's 42-team BCS
National Championship.
The Mustangs played
well on short rest and
finished 4-1 in Pool Play.
They had multiple great
performances from all
players.
The big game of the
week was the Mustangs'


win over the No. 7 team
in the nation, the Dallas
Yankees.
Higginbothem got
the start on the mound
and lasted two-and-two-
thirds innings as the
Yankees scored three
runs. Crestview's Gabe
Gunter held the Yankees,
scoreless the rest of the
way and Hill had a big
hit late in the game as
the Mustangs won 5-3
win.
The Mustangs fin-
ished second in their
pool advancing to the.
championship round as
the 10 seed. They lost to
Cyclones Baseball 6-5 in
a final inning thriller.
Junger, Mitch Pe-
terson of South Walton,
Crestview's Wesley Jo-
sey and Niceville's Kyle
McDorman all pitched
well in the final two
games.
"Every player con-
tributed to our success,"
Smith said. "It was a to-
tal team effort. I'm proud
of the boys and the suc-
cess we've had."
It was then back to
action for the 14-U Mus-
tangs as they competed
in the Grand Slam World
Series Championship in
Panama City Beach.
The team started
pool play with the HBA
Jays from Houston on
July 27, taking an 8-0 win
behind a strong pitch-
ing performance from
Rebholz. The Mustangs
continued their suc-
cess against teams from
the Lone Star State on
Tuesday by beating the'
Texas Sting 8-2 as Trey
Marshall threw a strong
game.
The Mustangs en-
tered the championship
round as the tops and
played Thursday in the
second round elimina-
tion game getting their
second 8-0 win over the
HBA Jays. Kyle Slinger-
land of Crestview threw
a complete game two-hit
shutout. The big hit of
the game was Marshalls
two-out double with the
bases loaded.
The Mustangs beat
the Tallahassee Dogs
19-8 to advance to Satur-
day's title game, where
they faced the HBA
Jays for the third time.
As was the case in the
previous two games, the
Mustangs won by eight
as they took the cham-
pionship 11-3 in five in-
nings.
The game was never
in doubt as the Mus-
tangs scored nine runs
in the bottom of the first
inning. Rebholz went the
distance for the'win.
The Crestview duo
of Tyler Henderson
and Dakota Dean were
credited with having big
weeks at the plate.
"I cannot thank the
players and parents
enough for such a suc-
cessful tournament and
summer," Smith said.
"Good job!"
. Smith would like to
invite all incoming high
school freshman, sopho-
more and junior players
to the Florida Mustangs
Baseball tryouts on Aug.
29 at Crestview High
School.
The cost for each
player to try out is $50.
Please contact Coach
L.C. Smith at 601-543-
7166 for a specific try-
out time. Please make
all checks payable to
NFBA.


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