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Fire tax goes up in smoke


The Board of
Commissioners
for the Dorcas
Fire Districts meets
the last Tuesday
of every month
at station #42,
on U.S. Highway
90, 8 miles east
of the S.R. 85
intersection.


Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin
A rate hike -approved last
month by the Dorcas Fire Dis-
trict violated state law and was
tossed out.
Members of the Florida De-
partment of Revenue's Prop-
erty Tax Oversight Program
declared Wednesday the tax in-
crease "null and void," said Pete


Ross, director of administration
for Okaloosa County Property
Appraiser Pete Smith.
The fire district failed to
properly advertise the rate in-
crease, conduct public hearings
and hold a voter referendum.
The fire district could resub-
mit the rate increase but has
an unlikely Sept. 15 deadline
See FIRE TAX 3


ANN SPANN I CrestviewNews Bulletin


FIRED UP; The
Dorcas Fire
District, whose
members are
pictured .here
from a fire earlier
this year, had
a rate increase
shot down by the
Florida Department
of Revenue.


Hearts for
Hope
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From the
Pulpit

4


Hall of Famer

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Sunrise 6:25 a.m.
Sunset 7:04 p.m.

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OBITUARIES:........................ 5
SPORTS ................................ 12
COMMUNITY...........................8
CLASSIFIEDS.................... 10-11

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Crestview

amaonndl woman faces

multiple

traffic charges

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

A 33-year .
old n Crest-
view woNnan
faces multi-
ple charges
following
her arrest
in the early
morning TERRY
hours of
Aug. 23 af-
ter she allegedly crashed
into northbound vehicles
while driving in their lane
on South Ferdon Boule-
vard.
Shelley Odom Terry
of Addison Place began a
spree of traffic offenses by
allegedly striking several
poles at the 87 Depot gas
station and convenience
store at 202 West James
Lee Blvd. with her grey
Nissan Xterra.
According to arrest re-
ports, Terry then headed
south in the northbound
lanes of South Ferdon
Boulevard. As she was
crossing the railroad over-'
pass, she struck a white
2002 .Acura SUV heading
north, injuring the occu-
pants,..who required EMS
CHS literacy transport to the North
Okaloosa Medical Center
p rfor treatment.
B UO RI.sv The reports stated
ITerry crossed the raised ,
ir .tOOf concrete median into the
correct lanes of travel fol-
p Oduce o lowing the collision, and
produce more~ * continued south nearly a
further mile and a half be-
book lovers fore finally pulling into the
Publix supermarket park-
ing lot.
"The vehicle had ex-
tensive damage to the left
side," the report stated.
"Sparks were flying every-
where due to the damage."
The driver's side airbag
had deployed, the report
also said.
Seven witnesses at-
tested to Terry's improper
operation of her vehicle,
according to her arrest
reports. Officers detected
alcohol on Terry's breath,
and noticed her eyes were
"watery and bloodshot,"
the report stated.
"Witnesses also.stated
the defendant asked for
a cigarette 'before I go to
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Okaloosa County CRIME REPORTS D-fl ICE


Crestview Police
Dept. reports
7/1: ROBERT J. HENDRIX, 27,
of 697 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with posses-
sion of cocaine, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and resisting
arrest without violence. * DONALD
ERIC PRICE, 18, of 4006 Bear Creek
Road, Crestview, was charged with
possession of more than 20 grams of
marijuana.
7/4: MARK LEONARD BOUNDS,
43, of 544 Purl Adams Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with battery (do-
mestic violence). * ROBERT DOUG-
LAS WILLIAMS, 33, of 418 S. Cobb St.,
Crestview, was charged with proba-
tion violation based on a Santa Rosa
County warrant.
7/5: CHRISTOPHER L. BARTON,
19, of 360 Brock Ave., Crestview, was
charged with failure to appear based
on an Escambia County warrant.
7/6: DIANNA LYNN LANTZ-
POWER, 39, of 5313 Whitney Court,
Crestview, was charged with fraud
through insufficient funds totaling
$150 or more.
7/7: TIMMY A. BAKER, 48, of 7705
Gray Moss St., Tampa, was charged
with failure to appear based on a Bay
Countywarrant. * BRIAN DEWAYNE
REEVES, 22, of 8148 Mormon Temple
Road, Baker, was charged with pos-
session of alcohol by a minor based on
a Bay County warrant.
7/8: MICHAEL ALLEN SKIN-
NER, 25, of 233 Tish Drive, Crestview,
was issued a notice to appear on a
charge of false report to law enforce-
ment officers.
7/9: LOINEISHA ME-CHELLE
SPARROW 23, of 601 Bay St., Crest-
view, was charged with battery. .
TEVIN BEMBO, 18, of 517 S. Wilson
St., Crestveiw, was charged with first
degree petit larceny of property of
more than $100 but less than $300.
7/10: TIFFANY NICOLE LONG-
BRAKE, 20, of 306 E. Robinson Ave.,
Crestview, was issued a notice to
appear on a charge of retail theft.
*.RONALD E. STRAUGHN, 62, of 353
W James Lee Blvd 134, was charged
with driving under the influence of al-
cohol or drugs.
7/11: DAVID HAROLD SMITH,
44, of 158-Nun Drive, Crestview, was
charged with battery, touch or strike
.(domestic violence).


7/14: ADRIAN L. HARRIS, 20, of
504 Hyde Park Drive, Crestview, was
charged with possession of marijuana
with intent to distribute, possession
of less than 20 grams marijuana and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
7/16: EMILY S. HIPPS, 33, of 125
Hampton Dr., Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine and drug
paraphernalia.
7/17: NIKKI L. WOODS, 18, of
115 Randolph Court, Crestview, was
charged with retail theft.
7/22: JOSHUA MICHAEL
SWECK, 19, of 4275 N. Hathaway St.,
Crestview, was charged with posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia. * RYAN
BLAKE GRANTHAM, 19, of 4275 N.
Hathaway St., Crestview, was charged
with possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
7/23: PAUL V SCHOFIELD, 30,
of 4431 Beaver Creek Road, Wing,
Ala., was charged with being a fugi-
tive from justice. * DEVIN PHILIP
ADAMS, 21, of 1008 Birch River Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with battery-
domestic violence causing bodily
harm and battery-domestic violence
by strangulation.
7/24: JOHN JOSEPH CONAN,
55, was charged with trespass after
warning.
7/25: JACY D. MCCUISTON, 28,
of 2467 S. Lakeview Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of drug
paraphernalia. RAOUL CASTILLO
PASCUAL, 24, of 321 E. Chestnut Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with domestic
violence battery.
7/26: CORDELL TAHRON THOM-
AS, 22, of 649 S. Lincoln St., Crestview,
was charged with burglary to an oc-
cupied dwelling, battery (domestic
violence), possession of cocaine, ob-
struction of justice / resisting an of-
ficer without violence and trespass-
ing on property not a structure or
conveyance. * ANTONIO JAMEIL
LEONARD, 19, of 208 E. First Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with battery-
causing bodily harm.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff reports
7/15: PATRICIA LYNNE SHOM-
BERG, 46, of 460 Anne Jo Road, Holt,
was charged with aggravated assault
with a firearm and resisting arrest
withoutviolence. * RHETTMICHAEL


BUTLER, 47, of 3164 Main St., Crest-
view, was charged with burglary to
an unoccupied structure, grand theft
totaling more than $300 but less than
$10,000 and felony criminal mischief.
7/16: JONATHAN H. SPENCER,
31, of 5800 Hermitage Circle, Milton,
was charged with aggravated fleeing
and eluding and driving while license
suspended or revoked.
7/19: VENTURA PEOKELA LEO-
TA, 25, of 200 Hospital Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of co-
caine and resisting an officer without
violence. * A 15-year-old was charged
with conspiracy to commit a crime,
burglary, larceny greater than $10,000
and two counts of vehicle theft.

Crime Stoppers
Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers
will pay a cash reward to the anony-
mous caller who helps authorities lo-
cate the individuals listed below.
* JEREMY LYNN FORD, wanted
for aggravated battery. Ford is a 32-
year-old white male with brown hair
and blue eyes, 4 feet, 10 inches tall and
156 pounds. His last known address
was on Auburn Road in Crestview.
* LASHAI MONIQUE COOPER,
wanted for aggravated battery, bur-
glary and criminal mischief. Cooper is
a 22-year-old black female with black
hair and brown eyes, 5 feet, 1 inch tall
and 105 pounds. Her last known ad-
dress was in Fort Walton Beach.
Anybody with information about
the whereabouts of these or any other
wanted individuals may contact Em-
erald Coast Crime Stoppers at 850-
863-TIPS (863-8477) or toll-free at 888-
654-TIPS. Information also can be pro-
vided anonymously by testing "TIP214
plus the message" to CRIMES
(274637). Photographs of these and
other wanted individuals are available
at www.emeraldcoastcrimestoppers.
com. Callers may remain anonymous
while still receiving cash rewards.
Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards
up to $1,000 for information that solves
crimes, leads to the apprehension of
wanted fugitives, or results in the re-
covery of stolen property or illegal nar-
cotics. Crime Stoppers is a non-profit
organization that relies on citizen do-
nations. No taxpayer dollars are used
in the reward fund. Donations may be
mailed to Emerald Coast Crime Stop-
pers Inc. at PO. Box 2335, Fort Walton
Beach, Florida 32549.


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By Brian Hughes


More tales of inept criminals, culled from area law
enforcement arrest records.


Bad hair day
A 23-year-old Crestview woman was arrested
on retail theft charges after she allegedly loaded a
shopping cart at a local big-box retailer with $356.54
of merchandise, carefully packed in several reusable
shopping bags, walked through a closed check-out line
and attempted to leave the store.
Among the stolen merchandise that was recovered
were three reusable shopping bags, decorative pillows,
Playstation games, shoes, two packs of fudge brownies,
a Kit-Kat bar, a Snickers bar and a $9.88 pack of Bumpits
volumizing hair inserts.
Asked why she tried to steal the merchandise, the
woman replied, "I don't know, I'm under a lot of stress
lately."
Alas, the store took back its merchandise, and the
woman had to be jailed with embarrassing flat hair.

Persistence stopped paying off
After ringing up more than $1,100 in charges on a
credit card she allegedly stole from her father, a 30-year-
old Crestview woman was dismayed to find the card
wouldn't work any more.
Just to be sure, she tried getting gas at a local
convenience store where earlier that day she had made.
10 separate purchases. And then tried again. And again.
And then once more just for good measure.
She headed back to a local big-box retailer where
she had earlier had success in purchasing a Playstation
game console (maybe she and the lady in the story
above were going to play games together) and tried
three times to charge merchandise, each time - this
time - without success.
She was arrested in the Martin Luther King
Boulevard area, where she was found driving her
father's car, which she had also allegedly stolen that
morning.
Asked why she took the credit card, she explained, "I
just needed the money." Asked what she bought, "she
stated she bought a lot of Newport cigarettes." Asked
what became of the Playstation console, "she stated she
sold it to a guy in a blue truck who she did not know."

The chase is-afoot
Crestview's new school zone on Redstone Avenue
chalked up its first speed limit violation - among other
charges - on the first day of school when a 37-year-old
Crestview woman decided it was just too slow for her.
She."became agitated over the fact that she had been
pulled over," slammed her car into drive and took off,
missing running over the officer's foot by less than an
inch. Ignoring his commands to stop, she continued on.
She pulled over again but refused to comply with
'instructions to place her hands behind her back after
stepping from her car and attempted to climb back
in. When the officer grabbed her arm to prevent her
from escaping a second time, she employed colorful
metaphors, which hopefully none of the school children
heard. They would get their mouths washed out with
soap. She just went to jail on felony charges of fleeing a
law enforcement officer and resisting an officer.


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has purchased three Amazon
Kindles, issuing one each to
AP history and English classes
and the literacy coach. The flat-
screen, hand-held electronic
devices can digitally score up
to 1,000 complete books.
"You can be in the remote
jungles of Alabama and still
download a book," marveled
librarian and English 10 hon-
ors teacher Ella Shaw. "It is so
awesome."
"It's new technology," Driv-
er said. "The kids are excited
about them."
"I downloaded Hamlet for
$1.99," Shaw said. "Sad to say,
the classics are either free or
cheap!"
The Kindle can provide'
many reader's and student
aids, Shaw said, demonstrat-
ing how key elements of a
story can be bookmarked,
such as the "A" in The Scarlet
Letter, for future reference. A
built-in dictionary and down-
loadable study guides enhance
the reading experience. It can
even subscribe to newspa-
pers.
A summary of a book, in-
cluding the first 30 pages, can
be downloaded for free to spark
a reader's interest. If they en-
joy it, they can then purchase
the complete book.
"The things you can do with
it are just amazing," Driver
said.
Using the device is also
good practice 'for college,
Shaw said, noting that several
universities already offer all of
their students' textbooks on
Kindle.
"Downloading the books
can save a student a lot'of


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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
BOOKWORM: In the Crestview High School Media Center, junior David Ogilvie explores
the world of books via the technology of the Amazon Kindle. If David wants a more
traditional book, a spinning rack stocked with free take-home books, one of six placed
around the school, is to his right.


money," she said.
"We want our kids to see
something they wouldn't nor-
mally see,".Driver said, adding
that the school hopes topur-
chase more Kindles in the fu-
ture as students and teachers
see the many uses they offer.
"We have good kids; we
have smart kids," Driver said.
"I think we're going to learn a
lot from the kids on how to use
this."


Having Hea

Brian Hughes HIV infection rates, food short-
Crestview News Bulletin ages and outbreaks of water-
borne diseases. Almost one in
A bunch of fillings, crowns, five Swazi kids have lost a par-
cleanings and bridgework paid ent to HIV/AIDS.
off as a local dentist and her In addition to corporate
staff raised more than $14,000 gifts, the bulk of the money was
for World Vision's "Hearts for raised by Dr. Wayer's uninsured
Hope" program. patients. After initial cleaning
"It's a whole lot of hope for and exam fees were met, the
a whole lot of people," said Dr. dentist and her patients negoti-
Jennifer Wayer in the lobby of ated a small payment for more
Crestview Family Denistry's extensive treatments such as
new East Fourth Avenue build- 'fillings and crown work The
ing. "It took us four months al- money went directly to Hearts
most to the day. for Hope,
"In fact, we actually exceeded "It's been a blessing to us; it's
our goal by about $1,000. We're been so rewarding," Dr. Wayer
going to send that extra with it said. "We've had a lot of people
to repair the thatched roofs of who have been appreciative of
the orphans' homes." the opportunity to participate,
The orphans are abandoned and to receive the care they
or parentless children in Swa- need."
ziland, a small, impoverished Dr. Wayer said she and her
south African nation that suffers ,staff are already brainstorming
from one of the world's highest next year's fund-raiser, which


BUILD A TEEN'S LIBRARY
Do you have kindly-used books appropriate
for teenagers? Crestview High School
welcomes your donation of books for its
student readers. Bring your donation to the
CHS Medict Center or to the Crestview News
Bulletin office and help a student build his or
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rts for Hope


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
HEARTS FOR HOPE: Dr. Jennifer Wayer and her staff proudly
show off a check for $14,435 raised for World Vision's
"Hearts for Hope" program; From left, Christy Baggett,
Katie Everett, Dr. Wayer, Tara Llewellyn, Nikki James,
Bonnie Bodine, Amy Bradshaw and Aletha Bell.
will again be a partnership with our goal," Dr. Wayer said, "but
World Vision. it's sad at the same time because
"It's exciting that we reached we just don't want to stop."


TRAFFIC CHARGES from page 1


jail,"' the reports said,
After a series of field sobri-
ety exercises, Terry was ar-
rested and transported to the


Okaloosa County Jail, where
her breath analysis revealed
0.143 grams of alcohol per 210
liters, well over the state in-


toxication level of .08.
Terry faces a Sept. 8 court
date. on felony charges of leav-
ing the scene of an accident


with property damage, leav-
ing the scene of an accident
with injury, and first offense
DUI.


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to complete the process. If they fail
to meet the deadline, or choose to do
nothing, the fire assessments will re-
vert to 2008 rates.
Dorcas Fire Commission Chairman
Eddie Alford said it is unlikely the fire
department will resubmit the rate in-
crease.
"I don't think we have time to resub-
mit it this year," Alford said. "We are
just going to go back to last year's tax
roll. That will give us time to get every-
thing straightened out and be fair to
everybody."
Members of the rural fire depart-
ment's Board of Commissioners admit
they failed to comply with state regula-
tions but said it was not done intention-
ally.
Instead of advertising the rate in-
creases, notices were posted on the
firehouse doors at the department's
two stations.
"We just did what has always been
done," Alford said. "We're all volunteers
up here and we haven't had any train-
ing. We just went by past practices."
Crestview resident Bill Terrell was
responsible for killing the tax increase.
He brought the matter to the attention
of the office of the Property Appraiser
and to members of the Dorcas Fire
Commission.
The Property, Appraiser referred
the matter to the Department of Rev-
enue.
"I'm not trying to hard-time the
Dorcas Fire Department," Terrell
told members of the commission at a
Tuesday night meeting. "But this thing
wasn't done right."
Fire commissioners accepted re-
sponsibility.
"We were in the wrong and we need
to make it right," Alford said.
Had the rate increase been allowed
to stand:
* Residential assessments would
have jumped from $82.06 per year to
$87.14.
* Commercial assessments would
have increasedfrom $164.12 to $180.81, a
hike of more than 10 percent that would
have required a voters' referefidum.
* Assessments on land would have
remained at $5 an acre but a $50 cap
on land assessments would increase to
$100.
Members of the fire district said
inflation and increases in workman's
compensation insurance, equipment(
and training have left the department
strapped for cash and that the rate in-
crease was needed to keep the depart-
ment afloat.
"We're not out here trying to mesS
with anybody," fireman Robert "Kit"
Callahan said. "We're just trying to
survive like all the other fire depart-
ments."
Firefighters at the Tuesday meeting
said the department cannot afford pag-
ers, radios and fire suits for most of its
22 volunteers.
An air pack runs $3,000 and it costs
about $150 to fill the gas tank on a fire
truck that gets about 3 miles per-gal-
lon.
"We're struggling to get by each
year," Fire Chief Josh Lingenfelter said.
"People just don't 'realize how much it
costs for just basic equipment. Just the
hose on your truck is $478. If it gets next
to a fire and gets singed, you have to re-
'place it."
Of the $173,000 budgeted for the de-
partment for the 2008-09 year, $11,697
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4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Religion


Saturday, August 29, 2009


When Jesus had been
in ministry about one year,
he traveled to Jerusalem
for a feast believed to
be the Passover. While
there he was at the
sheep gate at the pool
of Bethesda, which had
five porches. The word
Bethesda means "house
of grace and mercy."
This would have been
like an infirmary. There
were many people laying
around the pool who were
impotent. The Bible says
they were blind, halt, and
withered. All of those
there were waiting for the-
moving of the water. At
certain seasons, an Angel
would come down and
stir the water and those
that got into the pool first
after the stirring would be
completely healed.
Among those there
that day was a young
man who had an infirmity
38 years. When Jesus


saw him, he asked him
if he would like to be
healed. The young man
told Jesus that he did not
have anyone to put him in
the water when the Angel
stirred it, and he was
never able to get into the
water first. Jesus told him
to rise up and take his bed
and walk, and immediately
the young man took up
his bed and walked, being
completely healed.
While this story is
a powerful truth about
the healing power of
Jesus Christ, there is
also another message
about those that are lying
around the pool day after
day.
In our day, we are like
those at Bethesda. We
are blind, halt and
withered. Sadly, there are
many impotent people
in the Church. For us
to be impotent, we are
sick, weak, diseased,


without strength, feeble,
ineffective, powerless, and
unable to perform.
Let's look at those
impotent in the Church -
for a moment. Why are
we impotent? We have
the blind in the
Church. They are
people who have no
vision. The Bible
says where there is
no vision the people
perish. Sheep die
if they cannot see
what they are
eating. For them to CADE
live, they have to be
force fed. If people
in the Church are blind,
they cannot focus because
their minds are clouding
with everything but Jesus
and they lose sight of the
call of God for their lives
and become impotent.
If we are halt, we
have allowed things to
cripple us and we don't
walk the way we once


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walked. Often we are
crippled by the hurts
that we have in our
spirits. Many in the body
of Christ are severely
hurt by other Christians
or because they were
not prepared for
the attacks of the
Enemy and have
come up lame
" and are afraid
Sto get involved
anymore. How
many of you have
said, "I'll back
NHEAD off and not be so
involved" and have
allowed the devil
to stop the effectiveness
of the call of God for your
life?
Then there are the
withered, who are as
withered as a dry land. It
has been so long since the
Holy Spirit has moved in
their lives that they feel
like they are dry from a
spiritual standpoint. To be


withered is to be placed
under a great deal of
heat. We become impotent
because of the attacks of
the devil. We allow him to
stop our effectiveness for
the Lord by the problems
that he brings our way.
Could Jesus be asking
His Church today, "Wilt
thou be made whole?"
We cannot allow the
devil to stop us from
being victorious for the
Lord. Paul looked at
Timothy and said, "Stir
up the gift of God which
is in you." Maybe God is
saying for us to "stir up
the gift of God in us." The
gift is referred to as a fire
that must be rekindled by
being stirred up. If it is
not stirred, the fire will go
out. Paul also told Timothy
to not "neglect the gift of
God that is in thee." We
are often impotent
because we do neglect
God's gift in us. Our gifts


become powerless and
useless unless we use
them for God's glory.
No matter if we are
blind, halt, or withered, we
can be healed by the Lord.
He is right there with you
right now, just like He was
with the young man at the
pool of Bethesda. Become
effective today for the
Lord.
Dr. Donnie Cadenhedd
is the pastor of Victorious
Life Worship Center,
which is located one
mile north of Crestview
High School on State
Road 85 North in
Crestview. Service times
are Sunday morning at
10:30 a.m. and Sunday
night services are at
6 p.m. Wednesday night
is "Family night" which
begins at 7 p.m. Pastor
Cadenhead can be heard
' at 6:15 am and at 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday
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EVENTS
"FACING THE GI-
ANTS": The Pyron Chapel
Baptist Church congrega-
tion and Pastor Victor Bet-
tenhausen in Baker invites
you to attend as they watch
the movie "Facing the Gi-
ants" on Sunday, Aug. 30 at
5:30 p.m. Call 398-0355 for
details.
NEW BEGINNING
IN CONCERT: Aug. 30 at
10:45 a.m. at Shady Grove
Assembly of God in Baker.
For details contact Pastor
Senn at 537-2774.
AWANAwillbeheldAug.
30 to May 2010 from 6 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. at Antioch Bap-
tist Church, 4796 Antioch
Road, Crestview. Children
ages 3 and up through high
school teens are invited to
attend. Early registration
is Saturday, Aug. 29, with
a second registration day
Aug. 30 at 5:30 p.m. in the
fellowship hall. For details,
call 682-4297 from 9 a.m.
to 12 p.m. Monday through
Thursday.
MINISTRY AND FEL-
LOWSHIP: A Brighter Day
Ministry will be hosting a
time of refreshing and min-
istry on Tuesday, Sept. 1 at
6:30 p.m. at A Brighter Day
Gift Shop, 637-C Beal Park-
way, Fort Walton Beach
(next to U-Haul). Refresh-
ments will be served, fol-
lowed by ministry and
prayer. Open to everyone.
Details: Brenda, 862-2067.
WORSHIP IN THE
PARK: On Sept. 5, Calvary
United at 1010 Bay Street,
Crestview, will host Worship
in the Park at Old Spanish
Trail Park under the pavil-
ion at 7:30 p.m. Unite Wor-
ship Band, a youth group,
will be performing. Admis-
sion is free, but everyone
is asked to bring a canned
good to help the hungry in
our area. Bottled water
will be supplied, and there
will be area gift certificates
and free Christian CDs
randomly given out during
intermission. The youths of
Crestview are invited to at-
tend. Limited seating, bring
a chair. Details: 423-1198 or
visit www.calvaryunited.
net.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

CHRISTIAN COALI-
TION: The Christian Co-


alition of Okaloosa County
meets monthly.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: are held
on the first Saturday of
the month. Flnds gener-
ated are used for Epiphany
Episcopal Church's out-
reach activities.
Participants may sell
whatever they like at a cost
of $10 per parking space.
Concessions are available
inside.
Call Mary at (850) 665-
3437 for details. The church
is located at 424 Garden St.
in Crestview.
BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contempo-
rary worship is at 9 a.m.
at the church, located at
located at 5826 N. Hwy: 189,
just north of the traffic light
in Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Radio
show airs every day at 12:30
p.m. on WTJT 90.1 FM. Pre-
sented by Northwest Flori-
da Church of God, pastored
by Carl Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA:
The Rite of Christian Ini-
tiation of Adults (RCIA) is
designed for those seeking
one or. more of the Sacra-
ments of Initiation; Bap-
tism, Confirmation, and
Eucharist. This formation
process is-the church's ap-
proved method for individ-
uals to become members
of the,Catholic community.
Sessions are held at the
Eglin Chapel Center An-
nex from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
each Wednesday evening.
Details: Susan Huberty at
882-7320.
FREE BIBLE
COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offer-
ing a free Bible correspon-
dence course. Call 682-4025
for more information. The
radio program airs Monday
through Saturday at 5:45
a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELA-
TIONS STUDY: Each Sun-
day evening at 5 p.m., the
Good Hope Congregational
Church presents the study
of the Book of Revelations.
Rev. Tommy Coleman will
be presenting the study and
there will be finger foods to
follow every Sunday eve-
ning. Anyone interested
may join. Call 537-4307 for
more information.
SQUARE DANCING:
The New Bethel Method-
ist Church hosts square
dancing in the Fellowship
Hall on Thursday nights at
7 p.m. Come out for fun and
good exercise!


New youth pastors


at Shady Grove

Aaron and Summer Johnson have become
youth pastors at Shady Grove Assembly of God
at 1189 Shady Grove Road in Baker. Activities
include Bible study, teaching, dramas, games
and other events. Call 537-2774 for details.


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Saturday, August 29, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin 5


Obituaries


Rufus Arthur Armstrong Jr.


Rufus Arthur
Armstrong Jr.,
age 71, a native
of Birmingham,
Ala. and a resident
of Laurel Hill,
died Sunday,
Aug. 23, 2009. Mr.
Armstrong was
a retired deputy ARMS
sheriff with the
Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office and retired
from the U.S. Air Force.
He was an active member
of the Concord Masonic
Lodge #50, Laurel Hill.
He is survived by his
wife, Betty Armstrong, of
Laurel hill; sons, Terry
(Donna) Armstrong,
Summerdale, Ala., Ken
(Florence) Armstrong,
Oldsmar, Fla. and Greg
(Sandra) Armstrong,
Musella, Ga.; sisters, Grace
Knight, Birmingham,


Ala., and Pauline
Tidwell, Oneonta,
Ala.; four
grandchildren
and two great-
grandchildren.
A memorial
service will be
held Saturday,
STRONG Aug. 29 at 2 p.m.
at the Laurel
Hill First Baptist
Church. In lieu of flowers,
memorials may be made
to the American Lung
Association of Alabama,
PO. Box 3188, Bessemer,
AL 35023. Cremation
arrangements are by
Mack Funeral Home and
Crematory, Robertsdale,
AL.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Rufus
Armstrong Jr. online at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


James W. Hill, age 66, of
Crestview, departed this life
peacefully and went home to be
with the Lord on Saturday, Aug.
15, 2009. A memorial service was
held Saturday, Aug. 22 at New
Life Missionary Baptist Church
with Rev. Sanford H. Hayes
officiating. McKinnie Funeral
Home was entrfisted with final
arrangements.
Born and raised in Crestview,
James accepted Jesus Christ
as his savior at a young age
and was baptized at Macedonia
Baptist Church. He graduated
from Carver-Hill High School
and attended Pensacola Junior
College. James was always a
giver, had a love for music and
served as pianist for Macedonia
Baptist Church and other local,
churches.
James served his country for
25 years in the U.S. Army, where
he retired as a master sergeant.
Afterwards he returned home


James Walter Hill
and became a member of New
Life Missionary Baptist Church,
where he continued his mission
and served faithfully as a pianist.
James fought a good fight; he
finished the course and kept the
faith; he never complained.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, Willie D. and Lilia
Hill; brothers, John, Robert
and I.L.; sister, Edith Shaw and
Sarah Hayes.
James leaves to cherish
his memories, his loving wife
Angelene Hill; daughter, Little
Kania Tanae, both of Crestview;
stepdaughter, Nicho Brewer of
Crestview; stepson, Sgt. Isaac
Varner of Fayetteville, N.C.;
sister, Louise Waiters of Warner
Robbins, Ga.; brothers, Elisha,
a.k.a. A.J., (Hazel) Westbrook,
and Carl (Pat) Westbrook, both
of Crestview; mother-in-law,
Nina Mae Parks of Crestview;
sisters-in-law, Lula Belle
Westbrook of Detroit, Mich., and


Deborah Moore'of Campton,
Fla.; brother-in-law, Rodney
Parks of Crestview; stepsister-
in-law, Jackie Parks of New
Orleans, La.; stepbrothers-in-
law, Ernest Parks of Germany,
.George (Debbie) Parks of
Biloxi, Miss., and Alphonzo
Parks of Tucson, Ariz.; aunt,
Nellie N. Smiith of Crestview;
aunts-in-law, Merdine (Charlie)
Baker, Montez Brown and Irene
Walker, all of Crestview; uncle-
in-law, Johnnie (Edna) Stokes
of Crestview; grandchildren,
Alganon, Denzel, Terrell and
Oriana, all of Crestview; a
special friend, Deacon Clyde V
Hayes of Crestview; and a host
of nieces, nephews, cousins,
other relatives and friends.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for
James Walter Hill online at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.
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OBITUARIES from page 5


Annie Bell Jackson


Annie B. Jackson,
age 60, of Crestview, was
called home to be with ourt -'
Lord Friday, Aug, 14,2009.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Aug. 22 at New
.Hope Ministries, Laurel Hill,
with Pastor Willie Williams
officiating and McKinnie
FRmeral Home directing.
Born in Red Level, Ala.,
Annie called Crestview
home for many years. She
was a loving and caring
mother to her children and
grandchildren. She was
a great sister and a good
friend to all who came in
contact with her.
Annie was a loyal and
faithful member of New
Hope Ministries up until the
day she was hospitalized.
She will be greatly missed
by all who knew and loved
her.
She was preceded in
death by her husband,
Henry Junior Jackson;
parents, Willie ahd Easter
Griffin; sons, Peter, Griffin
and Willie; sister, Maggie
Griffin; brother, Almac Jae
Purdue.
Annie leaves to cherish
her loving memory,
daughters, Michelle
Jackson, Tammy Jackson
and Anna Jackson, all of
Crestview; sons, Willie


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Cox inducted into Hall of Fame a a


Angel McCurdy
Florida Freedom Newspapers
NICEVILLE - Working for '
the good of the community, .~
has put six women in posi-
tions of honor.
Crestview resident Shar-
lene Cox was among the six SHAR
women inducted into the AREN
Okaloosa County Women's COX
Hall of Fame on Wednesday
night at the Niceville Community "I wan
Center. nity, an
The five other women are Jean touche
Dutton, Lenore Wilson, Mitzie Dut
Henley, Joyce Sanders and Yvonne ductee
Franklin. positive
"Often, women are not focused local a
on in the community. They do a lot is invc
of the behind-the-scenes work, and played
I think it's important to recognize the fir,
them," said Jeanette Debs, chair- womer
woman of the Okaloosa County "I'v
Commission on the Status of Wom-- nity, bi
en. "The whole purpose of the Hall a lot t
of Fame is to recognize and honor commit
women who have helped to im- ships.'
prove the community." Wils
The six women inducted are in- induct
volved in more than 30 local orga- tributio
nizations and clubs working with less an
issues ranging from homelessness domes
to child obesity. "Th
"Each of these women is exem- said. ":
plary in their devotion to the well- ing sir
being and advancement of women, through
families and the disadvantaged in able t(
our county," said Margaret Nich- address
ols, chairwoman of the induction Hen


ceremony.
Cox was the volunteer-
ism inductee. She works
with the Asthma and Al-
lergy Fair and has worked
with the Masons and Shri-
ners to establish the No
Child Without Healthcare
for children without health
insurance.
."I do this because I love
this community," Cox said.
t to give back to my commu-
Id I am deeply honored and
:d to be recognized."
ton, the contemporary in-
, was recognized for her
e impact on women at the
nd national levels. Dutton
>lved with Crisis Line and
an integral role in opening
st Shelter House for abused
1.
e given a lot to the commu-
it the community has given
to me," Dutton said. "The
unity has given me friend-
This is my family."
son was the humanitarian
ee. She has made many con-
ons to the county's home-
id women who are victims of
tic violence.
is is a huge honor," Wilson
I've been interested in help-
ice I was 10 years qld, and
;h my involvement, I've been
o sustain relationships and
ss issues."
iley was the philanthropist


inductee. She is president of three
local companies and is involved
with the Boys and Girls Clubs of
the Emerald Coast and other or-
ganizations.
"I've grown up here, and I love
the quality of the community,"
Henley said. "To be recognized
and to be a part of something like
this is a huge honor. I think it's im-
portant to the overall quality of the
community and the quality of life
that we get involved in our com-
munity."
Sanders was the leadership in-
ductee. She is involved in organi-
zations, such as the United Way of
Okaloosa-Walton County, Leader-
ship Okaloosa and local chambers
of commerce.
"I do it because it's the right
thing to do," Sanders said of her
involvement in the community.
"There are so many things that
need to be done, and the right
thing to do is to step up to the plate
and do your part."
Franklin was the community
service inductee. She has served
the homeless at the Fort Walton
Beach Sharing and Caring Out-
reach Center and heads the Cold
Night Shelter program.
"Helping in the community
was something I wanted to do for
a long time," Franklin said. "I saw
a homeless man on the street and
knew there was a need. So I start-
ed volunteering for all my friends
on the street."


Environmental Center open to students


Special.to the News Bulletin
Mayor David Cadle has issued
an invitation to area schools to
utilize the John McMahon Envi-
ronmental Center for the upcom-
ing school year.
Local environmentalists rate
the center at the top for introduc-
ing students to nature study and
environmental awareness.
"It is like Environment 101,


especially for the elementary stu-
dents," Cadle said. .
Teachers are urged to visit the
center to plan how to dovetail it
with textbook or Florida Com-
prehensive Assessment Test re-
quirements.
"We have had many safaris
into the wild area, and in 35 years,
9,000 students have left with a
deeper appreciation for nature,"
said John McMahon, volunteer


tour guide and retired forester.
There is no charge for using
the center, which has a museum
on site with a large collection of
Exhibits depicting air, plants, soil,
animals and water.
The Environmental Center is
at 135 Butler Ave., adjacent to the
fire tower.
To plan a visit with your group,
call the City Recreation depart-
ment at 682-4715.


Members of the Sugar Beach Chorus, pictured here,
are seeking new members.

Open membership night

announced for area chorus
Special to the News Bulletin
Members of the Sugar Beach Chorus invite interested
singers to their open membership night Monday, Sept. 14,
at the Sons of Italy Lodge, 808 South Drive, Fort Walton
Beach, starting at 6:30 p.m. All women who love to sing or
would like to learn four-part harmony a capella style are
welcome to attend. The chorus will begin preparation for
the annual Christmas performances. If you love Christmas
music and love to sing, please join the group. For more in-
formation, call 803-4193.

CAC hires Floro for develop manager


Special to the News Bulletin
NICEVILLE - The Emerald
Coast Children's Advocacy
Center hired Development
Manager Jennifer Floro last
week
The Children's Advocacy
Center prevents child abuse,
protects child abuse victims
and helps those victims and
their families recover from
the trauma. There are ap-
proximately 1,500 cases of
child abuse reported in Oka-
loosa and Walton counties
annually. The center pro-
vides services to more than
300 child victims annually
and conducts ongoing com-
munity training sessions. .
"In the past decade, we've
expanded the services we
provide to abused children
and those services need to
be funded. Jen joined our


team and will lead our devel-
opment efforts," Executive
Director Julie Hurst said.
Previously with PR News-
wire, a.corporate communi-
cations firm based in New
York, Floro has resided local-
ly for four years. Prior to PR
Newswire, Floro served as
training director for a global
fundraising consulting firm
based in Henderson, Nev.
"The Children's Advocacy
Center is a wonderful orga-
nization. We're so fortunate
to have all of these services
available to kids in our com-
munity - and all under one
roof," Floro said. "There's
important work going on in
the the center, and I'm happy
to be part of the team mak-
ing sure the money is there
to provide services for child
abuse victims in our commu-
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NORTH OKALOOSA
ROWC MEETING:
The NW Retired Officers
Wives Club will meet on
Sept. 17 at the Eglin Offi-
cers Club with an 11 a.m.
social gathering, followed
by lunch at 11:30 a.m. The
program will include Jef-
frey Rink from the North-
west Florida Symphony
Orchestra. Please reserve
your spot by calling 609-
8075 by Sept. 10.
A CHRISTMAS BA-
ZAAR: will be held Oct.
3 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. by
the Ladies Auxiliary of the
Knights of Columbus in
Crestview. To rent table
spaces, call 689-1631 after
6 p.m..
DEER HUNT DRAW-
ING: The Baker Area
Youth Association is sell-
ing tickets for an October
drawing. The winner will
win a five-day white tail
deer hunt in Christian
County, Ky. at a private
2,000+ acre lodge Npv. 15-
19 (a $2,000 value). The
trip includes five nights of
lodging, five days of hunt-
ing and $150 in cash.
Tickets are $20 each or
$100 for six. The drawing
will be held at the Oct. 24
BAYA football game. You
do not have to be.present
to win.
BLOOD DRIVES:
Northwest Florida Blood
Services drives wil be held
as follows:
Thursday, Sept. 3 -
NOMC Senior Circle Class-
room, 127A Redstone Ave.,
Crestview, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Each donor will receive a
special T-shirt; lunch will
be provided by Subway.
Details: 862-4216.
LIBRARY DONA-
TIONS: The Friends of
the Crestview Library
are asking for donations
of used books - and mov-
ies on VHS and DVD - for
the Fall Book Sale Oct. 2-


4. Books and movies will
be accepted at the library,
which is located on Com-
merce Drive behind the
post office off State Road
85. All types of hardbound
and paperback books are
needed, but not magazines
or encyclopedias.
HOSPICE HOSTS
FOOD DRIVE: Emerald
Coast Hospice employees
are placing food collection
bags at health care facili-
ties and other businesses
until Sept. 18. The Crest-
view collection of nonper-
ishable foods will be donat-
ed to the New Beginnings
Church food pantry. To
participate, call 689-0300
for pick up.
CRESTVIEW ART-
IST'S WORKS ON DIS-
PLAY: Mary McShane
of Crestview has some
works of art on display
through Aug. 31 at the Fort
Walton Beach Library, lo-
cated at 185 Miracle Strip
Parkway. Parking is on
First Street to the North
and Ferry Road to the
East.
Details: Visit the library
gallery or McShane's Web
site at http://marymc-
shane.com/.
RED CROSS CLASS-
ES: in Okaloosa County
are listed below. Visit www.
yourredcross.org to regis-
ter.
Sept. 5 and 26, Babysit-
ter Training'
Sept. 4, 12 and 26, Stan-
dard First Aid w/CPR &
AED (adult infant & child)
Sept. 10, 14, 17 and 23,
Adult CPR
Sept. 5 and 16, Standard
First Aid w/CPR (adult
only) Sept. 25, Adult CPR/
AED
Sept.. 19, CPR/AED for
the Professional Rescuer
- Sept. 19
Sept. 7, Bloodborne
Pathogens
Sept. 18, Pet First Aid

MISCELLANEOUS


NWFFAIRVENDORS:
The Northwest Florida
Fairgrounds is extending
an invitation to local busi-
nesses and organizations
to sign up as vendors for
the Northwest Florida Fair
planned Nov. 3-8. More
than 25,000 people attend
the fair, 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 up-
coming events.
Today at 8 a.m. Vol-
unteers needed for trail
maintenance on Eglin res-
ervation. Details: 850-492-
8258.
ADVENTURE CLUB:
For details on club activi-
ties, call Clarice Hebinck
at (850) 581-4591 or e-mail
her at freklzl00@cox.net.
Today at 4 p.m. Bike
ride on Navarre Beach.
Meet at the parking area
near Sailor's Grill Restau-
rant. Supper afterward.
Honcho: Clarice Hebinck
(581-4591).
BOATING SEMI-
NARS: A 7 p.m. boating
seminar on Border Cross-
ing will be conducted Aug.
31 at the UWF Coombs
Campus on Lovejoy Road
in Fort Walton Beach.
Register online at www.,
uwf.edu. For further infor-
mation, please telephone
850-315-0686 or 850-474-
2914 or visit the website
www.fwsps.com.
SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
VENDORS: are wanted
for the Sept. 25-27 Pensac-
ola Seafood Festival in Se-
ville Square in downtown
Pensacola.
Local restaurant ven-
dors who serve Gulf Coast
seafood dishes are given
priority. The application
process is highly competi-
tive and submitting an ap-


plication does not ensure
acceptance
Vendors are encouraged
to apply as soon as pos-
sible. Applications can be
obtained at www.fiestaof-
fiveflags.org and must be
submitted along with pay-
ment to the Fiesta of Five
Flags office, 2121 W Inten-
dencia Street, Pensacola.
Details: (850) 433-6512.

ONGOING
BIG BROTHERS BIG
SISTERS' SEEKING
MENTORS: Big Brothers
Big Sisters of Northwest
Florida is looking for adult
volunteers who would en-
joy spending at least two
hours every week mentor-
ing a child. The mentors
pick their little brother
or little sister up at their
home and spend a couple
of hours doing activities,
such as going to the li-
brary, museum or park,
going to the beach, hiking,
roller skating or playing a
sport.
Interested volunteers
should contact Big Broth-
ers Big Sisters for an in-
terview at 850-664-5437.
FREE COMPUTER
TUTORING: The Crest-
view Public Library of-
fers one-on-one beginning.
skills computer tutoring.
Appointments are avail-
able Monday through Fri-
day. Come by the library
at 1445 Commerce Dr. (be-
hind the Post Office), or
call 682-4432 to schedule
your appointment. You will
need a library card to use
'the computers. All resi-
dents of Okaloosa County
are eligible for a library
card at no cost. Just bring
in a picture ID and proof of
current street address.
SENIOR CENTER
MUSIC AND MORE:
The Crestview Senior Ac-
tivity Center at Old Span-
ish Trail Park invites se-
niors to join an afternoon
of music from 1 to 4 p.m.


every Friday. Bring your
keyboard, guitar or other
musical, instrument. Fun
is the keyword. Card and
bingo days also available.
For more information call
Estelle at 682-8230.
QUARTER BINGO:
The Crestview Knights of
Columbus is now offering
Quarter Bingo every Tues-
day. The games run from
4:30 to 6 p.m. The K of C
hall is located at 701 James
Lee Boulevard, Crestview.
Come join the fun'.
VOLUNTEERS: Em-
erald Coast Hospice is in
need of volunteers in the
Walton-Okaloosa area.
Becoming a hospice volun-
teer is similar to helping a
neighbor in need. The only
qualification required is
your desire to help some-
one in need. You don't
need any medical skills;
you don't need a college
degree: you don't even
need to know what to say.
All you need to do is sign
up' for Emerald Coast Hos-
pice Volunteer training.
Please come and bring a
friend and see what we
have to offer. Details: Ann
O'Connor, 689-0300.
CRISIS , HOTLINE/
RAPE CRISIS CENTER:
by Bridgeway. provides
free confidential crisis in-
tervention, certified Rape
Crisis Center services, on-
site intake and evaluation,
suicide prevention and cri-
sis stabilization. They also
'provide free services and
advocacy to victims of vio-
lent crime 24 hours a day,
365 days a year. The. cen-
ter also assists victims of
sexual assault with the in-
formation and personal ad-
vocacy they need, whether
or not they chose to report
the crime.
Call anytime, day or
night. There is help avail-
able. Don't give up. Make
the call to 682-0101 or 244-
9191.
OSTEOARTHRITIS:
Arthritis of the hip is an
early kind of osteoarthritis
that can affect people even
in.their twenties .and thir-
ties. When the hip joints
grow sore and stiff, every
step becomes painful, and
daily life can be a strug-
gle. With assistance from
some of the world's lead-
ing hip experts, the Ameri-
can Arthritis Society has
compiled some useful and
practical tips for self-care
and made them available
on the Society's Web site
at www.americanarthritis.
org. All of the tips are in-
teresting and easy to fol-
low.
NOARC MEETING
CHANGE: The North Oka-
loosa Amateur Radio Club
regular monthly meeting
is at 7 p.m. on the second
Thursday night of each
month. The club meets at
the DQrcas Fire Station
#42, about seven miles


east of Crestview, on Deer
Creek Road about half a
block north of Highway 90.
Club information is avail-
able on the group Web site
at www.w4aaz.org. Details:
Bob WALKER, 537-9456.
VA TOLL FREE SUI-
CIDE HOT LINE: VA's
Suicide Hot Line number
is 800-273-TALK (8255).
HERITAGE CRAFT
CLASSES: The Heritage
Museum keeps traditional
handcrafts alive through
the popular and ongoing
Heritage Craft Series. Call
678-2615 to pre-register or
for more information. Pre-
registration is required for
all classes.
CHILDCARE ASSIS-
TANCE: Financial' as-
sistance for childcare is
now available through the
Early Learning Coalition
of Okaloosa and Walton
Counties for eligible low-
income families who need
help paying for child care.
Call Child Care Services
at 833-9330 or 833-9333 for
income eligibility and ap-
pointments.
HERITAGE MUSEUM
VOLUNTEERS: Use your
talent, skills and creativity
to benefit the community
and help preserve local
history.
Volunteer training is
available in 'all areas of
museum operations, in-
cluding exhibit tours, meet
and greet, special events
and archives. For more
information on the volun-
teer opportunities, contact
Carol Visalpatara at 678-
2615 or at cvisalpatara@
co.okaloosa.fl.us.
YMCA VOLUNTEERS
are needed to invest their
time and skills in North
Okaloosa YMCA. If you
have a service to offer,
time to volunteer or would
like additional information,.
please contact Volunteer
Coordinator Susan Goff at
682-8635.
HOSPICE OF THE
EMERALD COAST:
Adult and teen volunteers
are needed.' Volunteers
serve in different ways to
assist both the patient and
the entire family. Several
methods of volunteering
are available, including
working directly with pa-
tients, clerical, fundrais-
ing, bereavement and pub-
lic relations opportunities.
Details: Teresa Smith, 689-
0300.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE
SERVICES FOR PREG-
NANT WOMEN: If you are
pregnant and concerned
about alcohol arid drugs,
free and confidential help
is available. All pregnant
women are eligible for
priority substance abuse
treatment services.
WISE "is a program of
the Community Drug and
Alcohol Council. For more
information, call 689-4024
in Crestview.


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Flu prevention advised


FORT WALTON BEACH - Anticipating
an increase in flu-like illnesses as stu-
dents return to classes, Okaloosa County
Health Department officials remind resi-
dents of the steps they can take to prevent
the spread of flu-like illnesses such as
novel H1N1 flu. Parents of kindergarten
through 12th grade students are asked to
Action Steps for Parents going home or
arriving by mail during the first week of
school on preventing novel H1N1 flu. Par-
ents can get the Action Step fact sheets
from the health department's Web site at
www.HealthyOkaloosa.com.
"Federal and state health officials tell
us that outbreaks of flu-like illnesses in-
cluding novel H1N1 flu are likely when
children return to school," said Okaloosa
County Health Department Director Dr.
Karen Chapman. "Adults and children
who are sick should stay home to avoid
infecting others."
Businesses, colleges and universities
now have similar resources available to
them through www.cdc.gov/hlnlflu/busi-
ness and www.cdc.gov/hlnlflu/schools.
The health department has e-mailed
these resources to Okaloosa-area cham-
bers, cities, the county, and the college.
The health department recommends
that parents and teachers explain to stu-
'dents and businesses explain to their em-
ployees the importance of the following
basic preventive hygiene measures:
* Stay home when sick for at least 24
hours after there is no longer a fever,
without the use of fever reducing medi-
cine.
* Make it a routine to wash your hands
often with soap and water.
* Avoid touching your eyes, nose and
mouth with your hands.
* Cough into your sleeve or into a tis-
sue, not into your hands.
* Avoid contact with those who are
coughing or otherwise appear ill.
* Get your seasonal flu shot. This shot
will not prevent novel H1N1 flu. That
vaccine is expected to be available in
late fall.
"Informed parents, students and em-
ployees are our partners in this effort
to prevent the-spread of novel H1N1 flu.
Staying home when sick is best," said Dr.
Chapman.


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H1N1 symptoms are similar to regular
flu symptoms. They include fever (1000F
or greater), cough, sore throat, runny or
stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills
and fatigue.
A significant number of people .who
have been infected with this virus also
have reported diarrhea and vomiting.
If an adult or child becomes sick with
flu-like symptoms, including fever, sore
throat or cough, consider contacting your
physician by phone, particularly if you
are worried about the symptoms. Con-
tact the physician by phone before going
to the office or clinic so that the adult or
child does not expose others in the wait-
ing room. Each person's physician will de-
termine their appropriate care including
staying home from school or work if they
are sick.
For additional information about tak-
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and CDC guidance for specific groups,
visit www.cdc.gov/hlnlflu.


New T-6Bs arrive at Whiting Field


Bill Gamblin
Florida Freedom Newspapers
MILTON - The time is
now at NAS Whiting Field.
New T-6B trainers ar-
rived Thursday to replace
the long-used T-34C Turbo
Mentors used to train pi-
lots for the Navy, Marines
and Coast Guard.
Col. John Walsh, com-
mander of Training Air
Wing Five, helped to usher
in the new era at Whiting.
"I am so excited to be
here on the ground floor of
our naval defense factory,"
Walsh said after flying to
Whiting in a T-6B. "One in
every 10 minutes of train-
ing is logged right here at
NAS Whiting Field."
Walsh said the military
has gotten good use out
of the T-34Cs, which have
been at Whiting since 1978.
"The plane I trained in
here at Whiting as a sec-
ond lieutenant is still in
service," Walsh said. "We
definitely don't participate
in the 'Cash for Clunkers'
program around here.
"These are pretty darn


dependable aircrafts" he
added.
The major difference in
the new aircraft, besides
the look and the engine, is
the digital cockpit.
"The T-34 and what I
learned in this plane has
served me well and my
son is learning in a T-34 as
well," said Rear Adm. Mark
D. Guadagnini, chief of na-
val air training. "With this
knowledge, you can use
any airplane because the
basics are pretty simple.
"But air combat is a pret-
ty complex business today,
with new versions of old
planes or new planes alto-
gether, and this new trainer
will help with the modern
aircraft campaign."
The T-6B is more capa-
ble of training today's gen-
eration, Guadagnini said.
"America's youth, today
are' digital people," said
Guadagnini. "They receive
their information digitally
with iPods, iPhones, and
other digital devices. They
are much different than an
old -analog dinosaur like
me.


"And with this plane, we
can get the information to
where this new genera-
tion can understand it," he
added.
As the military looks to
advance its training, Walsh
stressed that the military
has been good stewards of
the T-34Cs.
"These T-34s have.
served us well for three
decades," Walsh said. "We
have tried to, make im-
provements in the simula-
tors, but now we have to
catch up with the planes
we use.
"With the training they
receive here; the pilots will
be much more capable to
step from training into the
cockpit of the F-22 Joint
Force plane," he said. "We
buy planes and use them a
long time because the tax-
payers loan us their trea-
sure."
The T-34Cs will be
phased out at Whiting over
the next three years. The
last T-34Cs will be phased
out in Corpus Christi,
Texas, over the next five
years.


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Legal #100821
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL AC-
TION CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-004036
DIVISION
WELLS FARGO BANK
NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
OR AGAINST, TRACY
A. HEITZ A/K/A
TRACEY ANN HEITZ,
DECEASED, et al,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUS-
TEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
ING BY THROUGH,
,UNDER, OR
AGAINST, TRACEY A.
HEITZ A/K/A TRACEY
ANN HEITZ, DE-
CEASED
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
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:
LOT 18, BLOCK 3,
VESTA HEIGHTS AD-
DITION, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT


Legal # 100822
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09-CP-953
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
CLEM E. PAYTON,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
The administration of
the estate of CLEM E.
PAYTON, deceased,
whose date of death
was June 27, 2009, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, File
Number 09-CP-953,
Probate . Division, the


.Legal #100826
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE NO.
09-CP-895
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PANOLA FRANCES
LINDSEY,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADMINIS-
TRATION


The administration of
the estate of Panola
' Frances Linsey, de-
ceased, File Number,
09-CP-895 is pending
in the Circuit Court of
Okaloosa County, Flor-


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Probate Division, Legal # 100830 BEACH,FL 32547 Legal #120331
address of which is
East James Lee NOTICE UNDER FIC- has been filed against NOTICE OF SALE
ulevard, Crestview, TITIOUS NAME LAW you and you are re-
rida 32436, (850) PURSUANT TO SEC- quiredto serve co In ordancewith
)-5000. The names TION 865.09, FAMILY of your written e- aorida Statues, Keep-
addresses of the STATUTES senses, if any, to it, on rida Statues, Keep-
sonal representative Nwabufo Umunna, At- safe Storage, located
that personal NOTICE IS HEREBY torney for Plaintiff, at 101 Hospital Drive,
resentative's attor NOTICE IS HEREBY whose address is 2901 Creiew, lorida will
resentatves at GIVEN that uner- . offer for sale to the
are set forth below..� Stirling Road Suite ffer for sale to the
signed, desiring to en- 300 ort Lauderdalehighest bidder the
S INTERESTED gage in business under Fl rida 1 n household and other
LS INTERESTED fictitiou nam o CFlorida 33312 either on
RSONS ARE NOTI- ePitit ndame of C or before 10/05/2009 goods stored in the be-
& B Paint and Body, lo- and file the originalwith low listed units. Said
DTHAT cated att.98 South ad ilr of ri Cot goods are to be sold to
ManStreet,"tr the Clerk of this Court
persons upon whom Ca ofrekals n neither before service on recertherens not
not isev eCounty of Okaloosa, in .. by the tenants.
notice is served the Cit of Crestview Plaintiffs attorney or paid
o have objections Florida 32536 intends immediately thereafter; Bill Ke
challenges the va- o reistr the said otherwise a default will H09 istopher J
y of the will, the am with the Division be entered against you 6 Chrito
lifications of the with the Division for the relief demanded John
lifications of the of Corporations of the in the complaint. 135 - Brandie
sonal representa- Florida Department of n the comply. McGurgan
Avenue, or jurisdic- State Tallahassee WITNESS my hand and 157- Kerri A. Beattie
of the Court are re- Florida
red to file their ob- ldathe seal of this Court J27 - James E. Weath-
ion with this Court Dated at Crestview this 21 day of August, ers
HIN THE LATER Florida, this 25th d of 2009.L15-Teresa M. Garrett
THREE MONTHS Florida, this 25th day of
ER THE DATE OF August,2009. In accordance with the The sale "shall take
E FIRST PUBLICA- Cecil A. Cambell & Americans with Disabil- place on September 8,
N OF THIS NOTICE BaC . b Brooks cities Act, persons need- 2009 At 12:00 p.m.
THIRTY DAYS AF- ing a reasonable ac- Bawood @ Keepafe
STHE DATE OF 08/29/09 commodation to partic- Storage.
RVICE OF A COPY 09/05/09 ipate in this proceeding 8//
THIS NOTICE ON should, no later than 08/29/09
EM.' Legal# 100831 seven (7) days prior, 09/05/09
contact the Clerk of the
creditors of the de- IN THE CIRCUIT Court's disability coor-
ent and other per- COURT OF THE dinator at 8506517497,
s having claims or FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 1250 N EGLIN PKWY LEGAL#120318
nands against the CUIT OF FLORIDA IN SUITE A114,
;edent's estate on AND FOR OKALOOSA SHALIMAR FL, 32579. IN THE CIRCUIT
om a copy of this COUNTY CASE NO. If hearing impaired, COURT OF THE
ce is served within 2009 CA 004124 S contact (TDD) FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
le months after the 8009558771 via Florida CUIT
e of the first publica- DEUTSCHE BANK NA- Relay Systems. IN AND FOR
of this notice must TIONAL TRUST COM-, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
their claims with this PANY AS TRUSTEE IN THIS IS AN ATTEMPT FLORIDA
urt WITHIN THE TRUST FOR THE BEN- TO COLLECT A DEBT. CIVIL ACTION CASE
TER OF THREE EFIT OF THE CERTIFI- ANY INFORMATION NO:462009CA003936
NTHS AFTER THE CATE HOLDERS FOR OBTAINED WILL BE FILE NO:F09035542
TE OF THE FIRST AMERIQUEST MORT- USED FOR THAT PUR-
3LICATION OF GAGE SECURITIES POSE. SUNTRUST BANK,
S NOTICE OR TRUST 2005-R7, AS- N.A,
RTY DAYS AFTER SET BACKED 08/29/09 Plaintiff,
E DATE OF SERV- PASS-THROUGH CER- 09/05/09
OF A COPY OF TIFICATES, 2005-R7, vs.
iS NOTICE O n,* .-t


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THEREOF AS RE- address of which is
CORDED IN PLAT Okaloosa County Clerk
BOOK 2, PAGE(S) 86, of Circuit Court, 101
OF THE PUBLIC REC- Highway 90 East,
ORDS OF OKALOOSA Crestview, Florida
COUNTY, FLORIDA. 32536. The name and
address of the personal
has been filed against representative and the
you and you are re- p e r s o n a I
quired to serve a copy representative's attor-
of your written de- ney are set forth below.
tenses, if any, on or be- All creditors of the de-
fore September 28, cedent and other per-
2009, on Florida De- sons having claims or
fault Law Group, RL. demands against
Plaintiff's attorney, decedent's estate on
whose address is 9119 whom a copy of this
Corporate Lake Drive, notice is required to be
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- served must file their
ida 33634, and file the claims with this Court
original with this Court WITHIN THE LATER
either before service on OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
Plaintiff's attorney or THE TIME OF THE
immediately thereafter; FIRST PUBLICATION
otherwise a default will OF THIS NOTICE OR
be entered against you 30 DAYS AFTER THE
for the relief demanded DATE OF SERVICE OF
in the Complaint or pe- A COPY OF THIS NO-
tition. TICE ON THEM.
WITNESS my hand and All other creditors of
the seal of this Court the decedent and other
on this 14 day of Au- persons having claims
gust, 2009. or demands against
decedent's estate must
Don W. Howard file their claims with this
Clerk of the Court Court WITHIN 3
By: Anita Cantrall MONTHS AFTER THE
As Deputy Clerk DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
Florida Default Law THIS NOTICE.
Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018 ALL CLAIMS NOT
Tampa, Florida FILED WITHIN THE
33622-5018 TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
IMPORTANT 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
In accordance with the IDA PROBATE CODE
Americans with Disabil- WILL BE FOREVER
cities Act, persons with 'BARRED.
disabilities needing
special accommoda- NOTWITHSTANDING
tion to participate in THIS TIME PERIODS
this proceeding should SET FORTH ABOVE,
contact Court Adminis- ANY CLAIM FILED
tration at 101 James TWO (2) YEARS OR
Lee Boulevard East, MORE AFTER THE
Crestview, FL, DECEDENT'S DATE OF
32536-3515; telephone DEATH IS BARRED.
number (850) The date of first publi-
689-5000, Extension cation of this notice is
7497, prior to the pro- August 22, 2009.
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 Attorney for Personal
Representative:
IMPORTANT Connie Roper
In accordance with the P.O. Box 249
Americans with Disabil- Crestview, Florida
cities Act, persons with 32536
disabilities needing T e I e p h o n e
special accommoda- 850-683-3940
tion to participate in Florida Bar No.
this proceeding should 0811971
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin Personal Representa-
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, tive:
32579; telephone num- Stephen E. Payton
ber (850) 651-7497, 4449 Wilerson Bluff
prior to the proceeding. Road
Holt, Florida 32564
08/22/09
08/29/09 08/22/09
08/29/09


ALL CLAIMS, DE-
MANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first
publication of this no-
tice is August 26, 2009
Attorney for Personal
Representative
RYAN MYNARD
RYAN M. MYNARD, AT-
TORNEY AT LAW, RA.
POST OFFICE BOX
249
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA
32536
T.e I e p h o n e
850-683-3940
Florida Bar Nb.
0150185
Personal Representa-
.tive
RUBY COX
5365 Fortner Street
Dothan'Alabama 36305
08/29/09
09/05/09


Legal # 100827
The property described
below stored at EZ
Storage, 150 Old Milli-
gan Rd., Crestview, FL,
(Go 1.2 miles west on
Hwy 90 from Hwy 85)
phone 850-398-2990,
Will be sold by auction
at above address start-
ing at 9:00 a.m. on
September 19, 2009 to
recover unpaid storage
fees. Properties of
Staci Owens Gray,
Staci Gray, Beverly
Simpson, Beverly B.
Simpson, Thomason
Pump Service, Javirus
Moore, Michael Bethea,
Michael Anton Bethea,
Philiip Thomas, Philip
Harold Thomas, Dan-
ielle Renee Seaberg,
Danielle ' Seaberg,
Damion Romero, Pam-
ela Metcalf, Ashley
Hudson, Rhonda
Lumley, Edward Allen
Wilcher, - List of con-
tents: Misc. household
and/or business goods.
Cash only, 10% buyer's
premium. Jerry Dun-
can, American Eagle
Auctions, AB333,
AU527
08/29/09
09/05/09



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rlan La, Legal luu THOMAS W. KRAFT , on this 11 day of Au- TIES MAY CLAIM AN
vs IN THE CIRCUIT et al gust , 2009. INTEREST AS
COURT IN AND FOR Defendantss. SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
KARIN MILBANK A/K/A O OOA O Don W. Howard VISEES, GRANTEES,
KARIN D. MILBANK,.et. OKALOOSA COUNTY NOTICE OF ACTION Clerk of the Court OR OTHER , CLAIM-
KARIN D. MILBANK,.et. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
al CUlT OF FLORIDA TO: By:Anita Cantrall ANTS
Defendants CASE NO0-CP91 TO: By:Anita Cantrall
Defendants. CASE NO. 09-CP-891 THOMAS W. KRAFT As Deputy Clerk LAST KNOWN AD-
NOTICE OF ACTION IN RE: ESTATE OF LAST KNOWN AD- DRESS:UNKNOWN
NOTCEOFACTIO N RE: ESTATEOF DRESS: 38 TAN- Florida Default Law
CHARLES BRAUN, GLEWOOD CIRCLE Group, RL. CURRENT ADDRESS:
TO: KARIN MILBAK Deceased. FORT WALTON O.Box 25018 UNKNOWN
MILBANK NOTICE TO CREDI- BEACH, FL 32548 Tampa, Florida
Whose residence is: TORS CURRENTADDRESS 33622-5018 YOU ARE NOTIFIED
408 PELHM RD, FORT CURNT A that an action to fore-
WALTON BEACH FL The administration of UNKNOWN IMPORTANT close a mortgage on
32547 the estate of CHARLESi In accordance with the the following property
the estate of CHARLES ANY AND ALL U Americans with Disa- in OKALOOSA County,
BRAUN, deceased, KNOWN PARTIES abilities Act, persons Florida:
If alive, and if dead, all whose date of death CLAIMING BY, with disabilities need- UNIT 5, (1642), PEP-
parties claiming inter- was July 14, 2009, is THROUGH, UNDER, ing special accommo- p E R T R E E
est by, through, under pending in the Circuit AND AGAINST THE nation to.participate in TOWNHOMES, UNRE-
or against KARIN Court for Okaloosa HEREIN NAMED INDI- this proceeding should CORDED INSECTION
MILBANK A/KA KARIN County, Florida, File VIDUAL DEFEND- contact Court Adminis- 9, TOWNSHIP 3
D. MILBANK and all Number 09-CP-953, ANT(S)WHO ARE NOT traction at 101 James NORTH, RANGE 23
parties having or claim- Probate Division, the KNOWN TO BE DEAD Lee Boulevard East, WEST, OKALOOSA
ing to have any right, ti- address of which is OR ALIVE, WHETHER Crestview, FL, COUNTY, FLORIDA,
tie. or interest in the Okaloosa County Clerk SAID UNKNOWN PAR- 32536-3515; telephone MORE PARTICULARLY
property described of Circuit Court, 101 TIES MAY CLAIM AN number (850) DESCRIBED AS FOL-
herein. Highway 90 East, INTEREST AS 689-5000, Extension LOWS: THE EAST
Crestview, Florida SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- 7497, prior to the pro-'43.14 FEET OF THE
YOU ARE NOTIFIED 32536. The name and VISEES, GRANTEES, ceeding. or 'Shalimar FOLLOWING DE-
that an action for Fore- address of the personal OR OTHER CLAIM- (850) 651-7497 SCRIBED LAND: COM-
closure of Mortgage on representative and the ANTS MENCE AT THE
the following described p e r s o n a I IMPORTANT SOUTHEAST CORNER
property: representative's attor- LAST KNOWN .AD- In accordance with the OF THE SOUTHWEST
THE LAND REFERRED ney are set forth below. DRESS:UNKNOWN Americans with Disa- QUARTER OF SEC-
TO N THIS EXHIBIT IS All creditors of the de- abilities Act, persons TION 9, TOWNSHIP 3
LATED IN THI E cAredit other pe- CURRENT ADDRESS: with disabilities need- NORTH, RANGE 23
LOCATED IN THE cement andcla oper- UNNOWN Ing special. accommo- WEST, OKALOOSA
COUNTY OF sons having claims or dation to participate in COUNTY, FLORIDA;
OKALOOSA AND THE demands against YOU ARE NOTIFIED this proceeding should, THENCE NORTH A
STATE OF FLORIDA IN" decedent's , estate on
DEED BOOK 1612 AT whom a copy of this
PAGE 1951 AND DE- notice is required to be
SCRIBED AS FOL- served must file their
LOWS: claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
BEGIN 50 FEET OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
SOUTH AND 40 FEET THE TIME OF THE
EAST OF THE NORTH- FIRST PUBLICATION , n OI
WEST CORNER OF OF THIS NOTICE OR
SECTION 11, TOWN- 30 DAYS AFTER THE
HIP 2 SOUTH, DATE OF SERVICE OF
RANGE 24 WEST RUN A COPY OF THIS NO-
EAST 152 FEET, TICE ON THEM. , -_
SOUTH NORTH S 15 creditors of Complete Auto Paint- Harold Gaines Farm Direct
FEET TO THE POT the dede thr ingincludes body work Reairs, Remodeling, Centipede, Zoysia, St.
FEE T TO THE POINT the decedentand other & material $500. Also Additions, Concrete/ Augustine, Bermuda
AOTE LYING AD BEpersons having claims insurance work, Parking Lot Work, We deliver & install.
ATE, YING AN B- or demands against deductibles not a Carpentry and Roofing. Call 244,6651
ING IN OKALOOSA decedent's estate must problem. Call 543-3539 Lic. #RG 0005399. Suncoast Sod Farms
COUNTY, FLORIDA. file their claims with this problem. Call 543-3539 850-862-0383 uncst d Frms
Court WITHIN 3
LESS AND EXCEPT: MONTHS AFTER TH Isaac's Already
DATE OF THE FIRST C A Isaac's Already 1
BEGIN 50.0 FEET PUBLICATION OF Done
SOUTH AND 40.0 THIS NOTICE. Handyman Service
FEET EAST OF THE No Job too small
NORTHWEST COR- ALL CLAIMS NOT Child Care S-110, ex- Lic./Ins. Avl. 24hrs.
NER OF SECTION 11, FILED WITHIN' THE perlenced, registered 305-4518
TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, TJME PERIODS SET provider. 398-8832 KWC Drywall&Pain-
RANGE 24 WEST, FORTH IN SECTION asc Handyman ing Fire & Water resto-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, 733.702 OF THE FLOR- Lasco HandymI ration, Ceiling resprays.
FLORIDA; RUN EAST IDA PROBATE CODE I nes nd 850-830-7747 cell
82.0 FEET ALONG WILL BE FOREVER dep Honestndab e,8refer-7ce
S O U T H BARRED.' dependabe, refr-
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE NOTWITHSTANDING ences. CalTerry
OF PELHAM ROAD TO THESE TIME PERIODS Honest & Dependable 902-3928
POINT OF BEGINN- SET FORTH ABOVE, Lady will clean your
ING; THENCE CON- ANY CLAIM FILED ' house/apartment on
TINUE EAST ALONG TWO (2) YEARS OR your schedule. Free
SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY MORE AFTER THE Est. Ref's 398-6230
70.0 FEET; THENCE DECEDENT'S DATE OF
SOUTH 115.0 FEET; DEATH IS BARRED. Land Clearing, Fox Trot Tree
THENCE WEST 70.0 The date of first publi- Dirt Hauling & Service
FEET PARALLEL TO cation of this notice is Demolition. No job to No job to large or to
THE SOUTH August 29, 2009. big or small. Call for small. Hurricane sea-
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE estimate. 543-3539 son is herel Free Es-
OF PELHAM ROAD, Attorney for Personal Able Concrete - timates. LIC/INS. Call
THENCE NORTH 115.0 Reprsentative: Tear out, replacement We dispose of mobile Paul 850-398-7677
FEET TO POINT OF Connie Roper,,Esquire driveways, patios. Free homes & buildings and
BEGINNING! RO. Box 249 Estimate. Lic/Ins transport them. Call for
Crestview, Florida 850-685-6248 estimate. 543-3539
Being the same prop- 32536
erty as Conveyed to T e I e p h o n e
Vinton K.. Milbank and 850-683-3940O
Kasin B. Milbank from
Michael B. Lackey and Florida Bar No,
Debra L. Lackey dated 08811971 NO INSURANCE? Pay-
Juncorded June 251991, Re1991, ing Dental, Vision, Chi-
corded June 25, 1991, Personal Representa- Daniels Construction ropractic, and Prescrip-
in BOOK 1612, PAGE tive:
1951,in said office of Patricial Lee Debris Removal, Land tion out of pocket? Get JJ's On The Spot
the Chancery Cler of 2991 Stilwell Boulevard c ing, Dirt hauling h saving for your House, Yards, Window
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Crestviw. Florida Driveway & Culvert re- entire family with local cleaning, Painting,
FLORIDA 339 pair, Mobile home providers call Darlene Framing, Concrete
FLORIDA. 32539 pads, Leveling, Con- today Dial No Job too Small
a/k/a 408 PHELM RD 08/29/09 create Slabs, Site work. 850-855-4373 Save 850-305-238,
FORT WALTON 09/05/09 Call 850-499-7412 50% now until Sept. 14. 850-892-3281"


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other creditors of
decedent and per-
s having claims
ainst the estate of
decedent must file
r claims with this
urt WITHIN THREE
NTHS AFTER THE
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that an action to fore- contact 'Court Adminis-
close a mortgage on tration at 1250 N. Eglin
the following property Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
in OKALOOSA County, 32579; telephone num-
Florida: ber (850) 651-7497,
UNIT 513, SEACREST prior to the proceeding.
CONDOMINIUM, AC-
CORDING TO THE 8/22/2009
DECLARATION OF 8/29/2009
CONDOMINIUM
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK LEGAL#120319
2238, PAGE 2717, OF
THE .PUBLIC REC- IN THE CIRCUIT
WORDS OF OKALOOSA COURT OF THE
COUNTY, FLORIDA, FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
TOGETHER WITH AN CUIT
UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN AND FOR
IN THE COMMON ELE- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
MENTS IF ANY, AP- FLORIDA
P U RTE N A N T CIVIL ACTIONCASE
THERETO, SUBJECT NO 462009CA003452
TO AND IN ACCORD- FILE NO:F09056264
ANCE WITH THE COV-
ENANTS, CONDI- WELLS FARGO BANK,
TIONS, RESTRIC- NA,
TIONS, TERMS AND Plaintiff,
OTHER PROVISIONS
OF SAID DECLARA- vs.
TION
has been filed against PATRICK K. NEPRUD,
you and you are re- et al,
quired to serve a copy Defendant(s).
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or be- NOTICE OF ACTION
fore 9-25-09, on Florida
Default Law Group, TO:
RL., Plaintiff's attorney, PATRICK K. NEPRUD
whose address is 9119 LAST KNOWN AD-
Corporate Lake Drive, PRESS: 1 WEY-
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- MOUTH CIRCLE
ida 33634, and file the BLUFFTON, SC
original with this Court 299107930
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or CURRENT ADDRESS:
immediately thereafter; UNKNOWN
otherwise a default will
be entered against you ANY AND ALL UN-
for the relief demanded KNOWN PARTIES
in the Complaint or pe- CLAIMING BY,
tition. THROUGH, UNDER,
This notice shall be AND AGAINST THE
published once each HEREIN NAMED INDI-
week for two consecu- VIDUAL DEFEND-
five weeks in the Crest- ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
view News Bulletin. KNOWN TO BE DEAD
WITNESS my hand and OR ALIVE, WHETHER
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Crestview News Bulletin I 1 1


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DISTANCE OF 30.00
FEET TO THE NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF FIRST AVENUE.
(60.00 FEET RIGHT OF
WAY); THENCE WEST
ALONG SAID NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE A
DISTANCE OF 840.30
FEET TO THE WEST
RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF PEPPERTREE
DRIVE (60.00 FEET
RIGHT OF WAY) BE-
ING ALSO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE
WEST ALONG SAID
NORTH RIGHT OF
WAY LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 120.30
FEET TO THE EAST
LINE OF A SUBDIVI-
SION, KNOWN AS
SHOAL HEIGHTS AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK NO. 2, AT PAGE
130 OF THE OFFICIAL
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY;
THENCE ANGLE
RIGHT 91 DEGREES
24 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS ALONG SAID
EAST LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 100.00
FEET; THENCE ANGLE
RIGHT 88 DEGREES
36 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS FOR A' DIS-
TANCE OF 120.30
FEET TO SAID WEST
RIGHT OF WAY LINE;
THENCE ANGLE
RIGHT 91 DEGREES
24 MINUTES AND 00
SECONDS ALONG
SAID WEST RIGHT OF.
WAY LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 100.00
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. LESS
AND EXCEPT FOR
EASEMENT PUR-
POSES; THE NORTH
3.00 FEET THEREOF
AND THE SOUTH 5.00
FEET OF THE NORTH
50.78 FEET OF THE
WEST 25.87 FEET.
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or be-
fore 9-21-09, on Florida
Default Law Group,
RL., Plaintiff's attorney,
whose address is 9119
Corporate Lake Drive,
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-
ida 33634, and file the
original with this Court
either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 7 day of August,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018


IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disa-
bilities Act,-. persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
8/22/2009
8/29/2009


LEGAL#120320
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462009CA004378
FILE NO:F09060418
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK MELLON FKA
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK, AS'
TRUSTEE FOR THE
C E R T I F I -
CATEHOLDERS
CWALT, INC., ALTER-
NATIVE LOAN TRUST
2006-23CB, 'MORT-
GAGE PASSTHROUGH
CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2006-23CB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY E.HOLMES
A/K/A MARY HOLMES ,
et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
MARY E.HOLMES
A/K/A MARY HOLMES
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 70 SILVA
DRIVE
FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 32548
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN ' PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND At3AINST 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


days after the sale. 32579; that the Maress and 2 pc appllC
W. HOWARD LEGAL#120324 decedent's date of King Mttres an plc Sole Po
DON W. HOWARD death was February 28, Pillowtop. $225. 850
As Clerk of the Court IN THE CIRCIT 2009; that te total471-0330 Can deliver Defuniak Spr
COURT OF THE value of the estate is
By: Vicki Jackson FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- $-0- and that the name Mattress and Box Set,
As Deputy Clerk CUIT and address of those to Full Size Still sealed
IN AND FOR whom it has been as- from factory, new,
IMPORTANT OKALOOSA COUNTY, signed by,such order $129. 850 471-0330
In accordance with the FLORIDA are: Quenn sie hide a bed,
Americans with Disabil- CIVIL ACTION CASE Wachovia Bnk, A., haend table ad,
cities Act, persons need- NO:462009CA004000 named Personal Repre-c tae. ll a Send Resume:
ing a reasonable ac- FILE NO:F09069622 sentative of the Estateinab . Et-
commodation to partic- of Shirley R. Hamrick inasking $400. Enter f: 866-73-0064
pate in this proceeding CHASE HOME F- ALL INTERESTED PER- talent center michelle.wirele
should, no later than NANCELLC, SONS ARE NIOTIFIED 361wx74h $300.00 e: michelle.wirele
NANCELLC,689-3600


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,1, 103 --'3230
INTEREST AS seven (7) days prior, Plaintiff, THi" Crestview
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- contact the Clerk of the All creditors of the es- Large Yard Sale
VISEES, GRANTEES, Court's disability coor- vs. tate of the decedent Plli re
OR OTHER CLAIM- dinator at 8506517497, and persons having 1A8 Phillips Drive
ANTS 1250 N. Eglin PKWY KIMBERLY EVERETTE claims or demands August28th and 29th
Suite Al14, Shalimar ,etal, against the estate of 6:00 am until Clothing
LAST KNOWN AD- Fl, 32579. If hearing im- Defendant(s). the decedent other and purses, household
DRESS:UNKNOWN paired, contact (TDD) than those for whom a items, electronics and
8009558771 via Florida NOTICE OF ACTION provision for full pay- muchmuchmore!!!
CURRENT ADDRESS: Relay System. ment was made in the Crestview
UNKNOWN TO: Order of Summary Ad- Moving
Ben-Exra & Katz, PA. MICHAEL EVERETTE ministration must file M in
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Attorneys for Plaintiff LAST KNOWN AD- their claims with this 126 Sandstone
that an action to fore- 2901 Stirling Road, DRESS:230 KAREN court WITHIN THE Trail.
close a mortgage on Suite 300 Fort Laud- COURT TIME PERIODS SET
the following property erdale, Florida 33312 NICEVILLE, FL 32578 FORTH IN SECTION Friday only,
in OKALOOSA County, T e I e p h o n e 733.702 OF THE FLOR- 8-Noon. from Hwy 85,
Florida: ( 3 0 5) 7 7 0 - 4 1 0 0 CURRENT ADDRESS: IDA PROBATE CODE. E on Redstone, rt on
LOT 1, BLOCK C, Fax:(305)653-2329 UNKNOWN ALL CLAIMS AND DE- Limestone, rt onSand-
SANTA MARKELLA, MANDS NOT SO FILED stone. Amana bottom
ACCORDING TO MAP 8-22-09 ANY AND ALL UN- WILL BE FOREVER frzr white refrig $500,
OR PLAT THEREOF AS 8-29-09 KNOWN PARTIES BARRED. NOTWITH- din set, chests, drapes,
RECORDED IN PLAT CLAIMING BY, STANDING ANY pto set,tools, misc
BOOK 2, PAGE 126 OF THROUGH, UNDER, OTHER APPLICABLE Crestview a
THE PUBLIC REC- LEGAL20323 AND AGAINST THE TIME PERIOD, ANY YARD SALE
WORDS OF OKALOOSA IN THE CIRCUIT HEREIN NAMED INDI- CLAIM FILED TWO (2) Sat Aug: 29, 8am-?,
COUNTY, FLORIDATHE CIRCUIT VIDUAL DEFEND- YEARS OR MORE AF- 6125 Hwy 85 N.
has been filed against FIRCOURT OF THEANTIS) WHO ARE NOT TER THE DECEDENTS (Driveway before AN.
end you are re- JUDICIALCR- KNOWN TO BE DEAD DATE OF DEATH IS burn Rd)
quired to serve a copy CU OR ALIVE, WHETHER BARRED.
of your written de- aIN AND FOR SAID UNKNOWN PAR- The date of first publi-
fenses, if any, on ore- OKALOOSACOUNTY, TIES MAY CLAIM AN cation of this Notice is
forenses, if any9-25-09, on For be- FLORIDA INTEREST AS August 29, 2009.
Default Law Group, Fr CIVILACTIONCASE SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- 3240
RL., Plaintiffs attorney, NO:462008CA002898 VISEES, GRANTEES, Attorney for Person
whose address is 9119 C FILE NO:F8029991OR OTHER CLAIM- Giving Notice:Kathleen GunShow
Corporate Lake Drive, LASALLE BANK NA- ANTS K. DeMaria Attorney for nShow
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor-BANK Personal Representa- Pensacola
da 33634, and file the ONA ALAST KNOWN AD-tive Florida Bar No: Fairgrunds
a 3 n TION, A S TRUSTEEAA DRESS:UNKNOWN 503789 Smith, Sauer &
original with this Court ON BEHALF OF GSAA DeMaria PO. Box Aug. 29 & 30
either before service o HOME EQUITY TRUST CURRENT ADDRESS: 12446 Pensacola, Flor- *Sat. 9-5
Plaintiff's attorney or 2 0 0 6 - 1 4 UNKNOWN ida 32592-2446 *Sun. 10-4
immediately thereafter; ASSET-BACKED CER- UNKNOWN850-4 3 2592-2446761
otherwise a default will TIFICATES SERIES 850-434-2761 YSunI-
be entered against you TIFICATES SERIES YOU ARE NOTIFIED .Free Parking
for the relief demanded 2006-14 that an action to fore- Person Giving Notice: (407)
in the Complaint or pe-lant close a mortgage on Name: Wachovia Bank, 275-7233
tuition, the following property N.A. Address Broker 2 72
This notice shall be vs. in OKALOOSA County, Trust New Business floridagunshows.com
published once each S A. MEANS, et Florida: Group Two North Jet-
week for two consecu- OTT A MEANS, THE WEST 25 FEET person MO 4000 St.
ive weeks in the Crest- fenant(s OF LOTS 1, 2 AND 3, Louis, MO 63103
view News Bulletin. (s). AND THE EAST 50
WITNESS my hand and NOTICE OF FORE FEET OF LOTS 10,11 8/29/200932
the seal of this Court CLOSURE SALE AND 12, BLOCK 66, 9/5/2009 GREEN & BOILED
on this 11 day of Au- PLAT OF VALPARAISO PEANUTS.
gust, 2009. NOTICE IS HEREBY ALTY COMPANY'S LEGAL#120340 HOLLAND FARMS.
PINE CREST ADDI- 1-877-675-6876
Don W Howard GIVEN pursuant to a FTON T VALPARAISO Notice of Sale 177-6756876
Clerk of theCourt n Judgment of Mort- FLORIDA, SHEET NO. Surplus Property
gage Foreclosure
aed August 13, 2009 9, SUBDIVISION NO. 5
nia Caated August 13, 2009 AND 6, ACCORDING The City of Crestview is
As Deputy Clerk and entered in Case TO THE PLAT accepting sealed bids 3300
SN o THEREOF AS RE- for surplus property 2 Plots located in the
Florida Default Law 462008CA002898 of CORDED IN PLAT pen to the general front part of Liveoak.
Group, D. the Circuit Court of the OOK 1, PAGE 56 public through the City Cemetery call
P0 ox25018 FIRST Judicial Circuit PUBLIC RECORDS OF Clerk's Office. There 850-675-6491 Iv. mesg.
OTampa, Flridain and for OKALOOSA OKALOOSA COUNTY, are many items for bid
33622-501 Couty Florida FLORIDA that include Motor Ve- .---- .
33622-5018wherein LASALLE has been filed against hicles, Computers,
In acc ancT BANK NATIONAL AS- you and you are re- Printers, Air Compres- r,
ance with. CTEEON ABESALT O quired to serve a copy sors, Scrap Water
Americans with Disa TEE ON BEHALF OF of your written de- Meters, 1986 Ditch
abilities Act, persons TRUST 2006-1HOME EQ fenses, if any, on or be- Witch and Trailer, 42"
with disabilities need- TRUST 206-1-4 fore 9-28-09, on Florida Exhaust Fans, Large
ing special accorrno- ASSET-BACKED CER- Default Law Group, Gas Heaters etc.
nation to participate in 2006, is te P f ES L., Plaintiff's attorney, Bidders can view these
this proceeding should 2006-14 is the Plaintiff whose address is 9119 items at the Depart- EMPLOYMENT
contact Court Adminis0and -SCOTT A. ent of Public Services
contact Courn at 101 JAdminis- MEANS; MORTGAGE Corporate Lake Drive, of Plic Serv 4100 - Help Wanted
traction at 101 JamesLECTRONIC REGIS Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- located at 715 N 410- Resants/Cl
Lee BoOlevard East, TRTIONI SYSTEMS ida 33634, and file the Ferdon Blvd. beginning 4120- salas s
Crestview, FL, NORORATD AS original with this Court Monday August 31 4130- Employment
,3 5 t p I'A...- _.Jo..ent
32536-3515; telephone N INEEFOR UN- either before service on 2009 through Thurs- information
number (850) TRYIDE FINANCIAL Plaintiff's attorney or day from 7:00am. until
689-5000, Extension CORPORATION; immAR ediately thereafter; 4:00 p.m. Friday 4,
7497, prior to the pro- CORPOAION; MA otherwise a default will 2009 until noon.
ceeding. or Shalimar OW NERS ASSOCIAM be entered against you All bids must be sub- 4100
(850) 651-7497 INC.; are the D for the relief demanded mitted by noon on or o
fendants, I will sell to .in the Complaint or pe- before Friday, Septem- Food will Sc/Hospitality
IMPORTANT pendants, I will sell ton.4, 2009. Bids will
n accordance with the the highest and best This notice shall be be opened and tabu- Grill Cooks
Americans with Dies- bidder for cash at
SCRESTVIEW:r SOUTH published once each lated in City Council for Cracker Barrel of
abilities Act, persons CRESTVEW. SOUTH week for two consecu- Chambers at 3 p.m. Crestview. All shifts
with disabilities need- FRONTDOOR OF THEtive weeks in the Crest- Friday Septeber 4, 682-8804 Apply any-
ing special accommo- OKALOOSA COUNTY view News Bulletin. 2009. All sales are final time. EOE
action to participate in COURTHOUSE atWITNESS my hand and ad tens wll be sold,
this proceeding should 11:00AM, on the 7 day the seal of this Court AS IS no warranty writ- Insurance
contact Court Adminis- of September, 2009, on this 12 day of Au- ten or implied.
traction at 1250 N. Eglin the following described gust, 2009. Bid sheets are availa- A terrific
Para aimarFL property as set forth in ble at the city mainte- Opportunity!
32579; telephone num- aidFlJudgment UNIT Don W. Howard nance shop and only
ber (850) 651-7497, 2-B, MARBELLA, Clerk of the Court these bid sheets will be berty National Life
A CONDOMINIUM, TO- accepted. Bids can be Insurance Company e
priorto theproceeding. ETHER WITH ITS UN- ByBeth McDonald maledor hand deliv 0+ warning
DIVIDED SHARE OmF By cona_ $100000+ Earning .o-
8/22/2009 MMN ELEMENTS As Deputy Clerk ered to c the City of tntial eefits Pen-
8/29/2009 MMON ELEMENTS, Crestview, Office of the te.ti Benefits, Pe
FACILITIES AND Florida Default Law City Clerk P. Box sion, 401(k); urance r thBCBS
OTHER APPURTE- Insurance for thoseU
SNANTRIGHTSR Grdup, PL. 1209 Crestview, FL. who qualify! Call
NT R TS, MORERO.Box25018 32536.
PARTICULARLY DE- n. Box 25018 1-800-257-5500.
LEGAL#120322 SCRIBED IN THE DEC- mp Florida 29200
LARATION OF CON- 9/2/2009 Medical/Health
IN THE CIRCUIT DOMINIUM RE- IMPORTANT .----- Live-In Female
COURT OF THE CORDED IN OFFICIAL In accordance with the ' . \ Companion
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- RECORDS BOOK In accordance with the Companion
CUFIRST OF FLORJU DICIAL CIR- RECORDS BOOK Americans with Disa- needed for older fe-
CUTOFFLORIDA IN 2704, PAGE 2908, OF abilities Act,mae. Must cean,
AND FOR OKALOOSA THE PUBLIC REC- ilities Act, persons male. Must clean,
COUNTYCASE NO: ORDS OF OKALOOSA with disabilities need- cook at least 1 meal
2008CA1384 COUNT FLORIDA ing special accommo- a day Room and
T OGETHE R WITDAH nation to participate in board. plus some
SUNTRUST MORT- PARKING SPACES 124 this proceeding should compensation. Refer-
RGAGE, INC AND 125 AND STOR- contact Court Adminis- ences needed! Crest-
GAGE, INC, AND 125 AND STOR- traction at 101 James I MElCHAIDISE
Plaintiff AGE UNIT 222 tration at 101 James Mview area Fax or
ainti, A UNIT 222. Lee Boulevard East, 3100- Antiques e-mail info: (850)
vs Boulevard # 2Harbo, Des Crestview, FL, 3110 -Appliances 398-8065
VSF. Bou d 2B,5 Des-32536-3515; telephone 3120 - Arts& Crafts
tin, FL32541 number (850) I1 Auctions Other
ORLANDO XAVIER Any person claiming an 689-5000, Extension 3130- Auctions Other
H E R N A N D E Z interest in the surplus 689-5000, Extension 3140 - Baby items
HKE R N A N D E ZEinterest in the surplus 7497, prior to the pro- 3150 Building Supplies Experienced
A.K.A.ORLANDO HER- from the sale, if any, 7497prior to the pro- 3150 - Building uppliesrienced
NANDEZ MEDINA e.oterthethep ceeding. or Shalimar 3160- Business Experienced
NANDEZ MEDINA et. other than the property (850) 651-7497 Equipment Grant Writer
al. owner as of the date of 3170 - Collectibles
Defendants. the Lis Pendens must 3180- Computers Shoes for God's Chil-
file a claim -within sixty IMPORTANT 3190 Electronics dren, Inc. in Crestview,
NOTICE IS HEREBY (60) da after the sale In accordance with the 3200 - Firewood FL. Is seeking a volun-
GTIEN Irsuantt H Y ( aFi60 W)TN MY HAlD Americans with Disa- 3220 - Furniture ' teer exp'd Grant Writer,
nal Judment of Fore- and the seal of this abilities Act, persons 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales to write a proposal for a
cloJure dgted Auof Fo- n urt on Aust 14his with disabilities need- 3240- Guns new Food Bank. Please
closure dated Aug. 13, Court ing special accommo- 3250- Good Things to Eat contact Willie at
2009, and entered in 2009. dh r e epa l
Case No. 2008 CA dation to participate in 3260 - Health & Fitness 850-398-8696 or visit
1384, of the Circuit Don W. Howard this proceeding should 3270 Jewelry/Clothing shoesforgodschildren.org
1384, of the irCircuit contact Court Adminis- 3280 - Machineryt
Court of the First Judi- Clerk of the Circuit Equipment
cial Circuit in and for Court trat at Salimar 3200 -Medical Equipment
OKALOOSA County, Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 3300 - Miscellaneous
Florida, wherein By:Vicki Jackson 32579; telephone num- 3310- Musicalnstments NEW A
SlU iTR UST MOre :Vcki lackson ber (850) 651-7497, 3320- Plants & Shrubs/
SUNTRUST MORT- Dputy Clerk prior to the proceeding. Supplies Project/Program Mgr.
GAGE, INC, is a Plain- 3330- Restaurant/Hotel
tiff and ORLANDO XA- Florida Default Law 8/22/2009 3340 - Sporting Goods ec
VIER HERNANDEZ Group, RL. 8/29/2009 3350 - Tickets (Buy& Sell) Prject
A.K.A. ORLANDO HER- RO. Box 25018 8/29/2009 Manaer
NANDEZ MEDINA; Tampa, Florida_ Manager
MARLEEN SALIM HER- 33622-5018 Estimator
NANDEZ; UNKNOWN LEGAL#120333 I Z 3 0 Large scale Electrical
TENANT #1; UN- IMPORTANT Contractor seeking Es-
KNOWN TENANT#2 In accordance with the IN THE CIRCUIT $785 Leather Sofa & timators and Project
are the Defendants. I Americans with Disa- COURT FOR Loveseat set, new in Managers for all over
will sell to the highest abilities Act, persons OKALOOSA COUNTY, box. Lifetime warr. Can the southeast area.
and best bidder for with disabilities need- FLORIDA PROBATE deliver. 850-471-0330 Please email your re-
cash at Shalimar Court- ing special accommo- DIVISION FILE All new Pillowtop Mat- sume to
house Annex, front dation to participate in NO.:2009-CP-0780 DI- tress Queen/box spring info@coltinelectric.com
door, 1250 Eglin Park- this proceeding should- VISION: Fact. warr. $169 Can or call850.862.0386.
way, Shalimar, FL contact Court Adminis- deliver. 850-471-0330. WEB ID #27870994
32579, at 11:00AM on tration at 101 James IN 'RE: ESTATE OF
Sept. 15 2009, the fol- Lee Boulevard East, SHIRLEY HAMRICK 'DEN/HOME OFFICE
lowing described prop- Crestview, FL, Deceased. FURNITURE FOR
erty as set forth in said 32536-3515; telephone SALEI
Final Judgment, to wit: number (850) NOTICE TO CREDI- Library wall, -cherry fin-
LOT 21, BLOCK C, 689-5000, Extension TORS ish, consists of (2) The Wirel
OLD BETHEL ES- 7497, prior to the pro- (Summary Adminis- 6'x30"x12" end units,
TATES PHASE TWO, ceeding. or Shalimar tration) .and (3) 30"x30"x12" growing col
BEING A PORTION OF (850) 651-7497 middle units, all with
SECTION 12, TOWN- TO .ALL PIERSONS doors w/acrylic panes, exciting
SHIP 3 NORTH, IMPORTANT HAVING CLAIMS OR $150. (new was over
RANGE 24 WEST, In accordance with the DEMANDS AGAINST $550.) Large desk,
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Americans with Disa- THE ABOVE ESTATE: cherry finish, � Do yi
FLORIDA, ACCORD- abilities Act, persons You are hereby notified 5'x30"x30", with key-
ING TO THE PLAT RE- with disabilities need- that an Order of Sum- board tray & matching technolo
CORDED IN PLAT ing special accommo- mary Administration 2'-8" tall hutch and fjle
BOOK 21, PAGES 94 dation to participate in has been entered in the cabinet, $50. (new was well with t
AND 95, OF THE PUB- this proceeding should estate of Shirley $225.) Lane-brand
LIC RECORDS OF contact Court Adminis- Hamrick, deceased, loveseat w/pull-out sin-. e Do you
SAID COUNTY tration at 1250 N. Eglin File 'Number gle bed, practically
Any person claiming an Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 2009-CP-0780, by the new, outdoors motif CUStomi
interest in the surplus 32579; telephone num- Circuit Court for fabric, $150. 2 Heavy, DoneI
from the sale, if any, ber (850) 651-7497, Okaloosa County, Flor- solid-construction CD Done.
other than the property prior to the proceeding, ida, Probate Division, or DVD shelves, 24"x5',
owner as of the date of - the address of which is oak finish, $10. ea.
the lis pendens must 8/22/2009 1250 N. Eglin Parkway, ($40. ea. new) Call NOW ac
file a claim within 60 8/29/2009 Shalimar, Florida 682-8750 ,.


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Sales/BusinessDev. on John King Rd in
Southgate Plaza. Un-
Single Copy furnished unit $625.
Merchandiser Furnished (plush) of-
fice, $825. Ready to
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proper insurance. A
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inclu ing motor vehi- I 6130
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quired. Crestview- 3 br 2.5 be,
quired. 1 cg, near Wal-Mart
Schedule must be and new school. $800
flexible. The Daily mo. 496-1712
News offers a com-'
petitive benefit pack-
age including paid
vacation and sick
leave; medical, den- 6140
tal, vision and life
insurance, 401(k) 1, 2, 3 & 4 BR Homes
plan. Position is paid for Rent. Ref req. Call
hourly wage plus in- 682-4070 or 830-2061,
centive pay. The 758-7206.
Daily News is an
equal opportunity Crestview - 3BR/1.5BA
employer and located on 1 acre lot.
drug-free workplace. 795 Barrow St. $550.
mo + $550dd 398-2284
E-mail resumeto
jvavala@pcnh.com
or mail to
Jim Vavala,
The News Herald
R O. Box 1940
Panama City, FL
32402. Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba
Apply online at home. ONLY $900 mo!
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No phone calls. Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
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SCrestvlew- home for
rent, country setting. 1
Tri-County Community acre of land. 3br, 2ba.
Council, Inc., is accept- $675. mo. 682-4280 or
ing applications for a 699-4282
Program Assistant for
the Okaloosa County Crestview Rentals:
Office. * 3br, 1ba on 1 ac $875
PRIMARY DUTIES: As- * 3br, lba $700,
sist in implementation* 3 / 1 $550 inc. WS&G
and operation of the * 1/1 $460 inc. WS&G
Community Service * 5br, 3ba $1,150,
Programs in accord- * 2 / 2 MH 2 ac$600
ance with guidelines Call Rick Epperson Re-
and budget require- "alty LLC 850-865-7777
ments.
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mitted by September 2,
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Saturday. August 29, 2009


SPORTS


w w w. c r e s t v i e w bulle tin . co m


News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Monday
High school volleyball
Calvary Christian at
Laurel Hill,JV 5 p.m./V 6
p.m.
Baker at Pace,JV 5 p.m./
V 6 p.m.
Tuesday
High school volleyball
Pensacola Christian at
Baker,JV 5 p.m./ 6 p.m.

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
4-7p.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. Leave a message if
there is no answer.

YMCA Flag football
and fall soccer
Registration is being
held for the Crestview
FamilyYMCA flag football
and fall soccer leagues
through Sept. 14 at the
CrestviewYMCA at 298 N.
Wilson St.
The season runs Oct.
I 0-Nov. 12.
Cost is $36 forYMCA
members and $48 for non-
members.
For more information,
call the YMCA at 689-2999.

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
one-mile Fun Run on Sept.
12 from 7-10 a.m.The event
is a fundraiser for the 2009
American Heart Association
HeartWalk.
Information about
the run, as well as.
the racecourse and
registration form can be
found at www.chelco.
com. Early registration'
costs $15 and ends Sept.'
4. Registration from Sept.
5 until 7 a.m. on race day
will be $20.
SThe 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 one-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.
There will beT-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.-noon.
For more information
about Loop the Lake and
sponsorship opportunities,
contact Kathy Morrow
at 892-5069, ext. 105, or
kmorrow@chelco.com.

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 $3 I for Foxwood
members and $45 for
non-members in a four-man
format.
For more information or
to receive an entry form,
contact Pat.Quinn at 683-
3585 or 225-1390.


Dukes a force for Bulldogs



Junior hitter is a powerful presence for Crestview volleyball team


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

At 6-feet-tall, Alicia Dukes
is a force for the Crestview
volleyball team from her out-
side hitter position.
The junior left-hander is
a study of power and grace
as she soars above the. net
to deliver another perfectly
executed kill.
Dukes, who has played
other sports through the
years, settled on volleyball
for a very simple reason.
"It was the only thing
my dad didn't know how to
coach," she said. "He knows
howto coach everything else,
and it got on my nerves.
"When I play volleyball,
he doesn't know how to
coach volleyball, but he still
yells from the stands at me
about what I should do."
First-year Bulldog volley-
ball coach Ben Kimbrough
has to be glad the elder
Dukes didn't coach' volley-
ball, as Alicia is one of the
main cogs on the team.
"She's got some Divi-
sion I or Division II prospect
written all over her," Kim-
brough said. "She's a junior,
so she's got a lot of potential
to go on and play in college.
She spent all summer at vol-
leyball camps, and she came'
here and took on a leader-
ship role and has been do-
ing a good job of keeping the
other girls focused on what
they need to be doing.
"She has stepped up at
every position she is in. I
don't have to tweak the line-
up during the rotation much
because she's a pretty good
all-around player right now.
She actually has soft hands,
too, so I could use her in just
about anything."
Even when Dukes re-'
ceives a bad set, she has
good enough hands and
quickness of foot to get in po-
sition to make the play and
deliver a good pass or shot.
Those are some of the
reasons Kimbrough believes
she'll continue to grow into a
top prospect.
"Right now her skill set
is pretty good," he said.
"There's always room for
improvement, but right now
she's at a level that if she
doesn't get injured when she
is playing well she has a lot


Alicia Dukes hits the ball over the net at a recentCHS volleyball practice.


of potential, to play college
ball very easily."
Dukes' goal is to have
that opportunity to play col-
lege volleyball.
"It's my dream to go to a
D-I college somewhere," she
said. "I don't really have a
preference. I'd go'anywhere."
When pressed about her
dream school, Dukes said
Alabama would be her first
choice.
But what if, say, Alabama
arch-rival. Auburn offered
her a scholarship and the
Crimson Tide didn't, what


would she do?
"I'd take Auburn," she.
said. "But I don't know if
I could yell, 'War Eagle,"'
which is a popular battle cry
for Auburn athletics.
Dukes said her favorite
part ofvolleyball was getting
a kill after a long rally.
"People are going crazy,
and I get really excited after
the kill," she said.
The most difficult thing in
.her high school career has
been the constant turnover
of coaches.
Kimbrough is the third


coach she has had in her
three years of high school,
but Dukes believes he's a
good fit for the program.
"It's been hard having
different coaches, but now
that Coach Kimbrough is
here, things are going to get
better," she said. "I think we
are getting better.
"We haven't been that
great in the past, but I think
we are getting better, and
I'm really looking forward to
our season."
Dukes' goals for the team
and herself this year are re-


ally one in the same.
"As the team, it is to have
a better season than last
year and win more games,"
she said. "I really want to
beat Fort Walton this year.
We could have beaten them
last year, but we didn't.
"They are one of our big-
gest rivals except for Nice-
ville, and they (the Eagles)
are at the top, so we really
want to beat Fort Walton.
That is pretty much my goal
for myself, too - to become
a better player and help the
team beat Fort Walton."


Bulldogs prepare for volleyball season


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
Players battle at the net during a recent Crestview girl's volleyball practice.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
It was a busy summer
for Ben Kimbrough as the
new Crestview volleyball
coach got acquainted with
his team.
After two months or
so of getting to know the
team, Kimbrough puts his
first team on the floor next
week, and he likes what he
has seen. ,
"We.have a lot of return-
ers coming in," he said.
"I've got a couple of pretty
good hitters coming up
on the floor. I've got Alicia
Dukes, who's going to be
hitting from the right side.
"I've got a lot of experi-
ence coming in with Lau-
ren Estep, Aly Helwick and
Anne Hooper. They are all
seniors that are going to
bring, experience to the.
team, which is good."
Add to the mix return-
ing junior setter Jayce
Sanders and Megan Wor-
man, and the Bulldogs
have the makings of what
Kimbrough hopes will be a
good lineup.
"I think we are going


to be alright," Kimbrough
said. "I feel pretty comfort-
able with the lineup right
there. I've got a lot of good
all-around players.
"Once they know their
spot and once they know
their job, they all come to-
gether very quickly and do
a good job of getting there
and taking care of the
things they need to take
care of."
One of the biggest chal-
lenges facing Kimbrough
has been installing a play-
book.
"There are a few plays
I want to try with them
right now as we start the
season," he said. "There
are some things I had high
hopes for that I had to
tweak a little bit with the
players we have.
"They are strong play-
ers, but I had to shave down
the number of plays a little
bit to get a consistent num-
ber that we can play well.
I don't want to throw a ton
of plays at them and then
all of them be mediocre. I
want to be sure that they
are good and play great in
every single area."


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