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City could shell out $16K


for turtle relocation


Michael Stewart'
Crestview News Bulletin
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
New homes will have to be found for
turtles before construction can begin on
a $4 million project to expand the city of
Crestview's wastewater treatment capac-
ity.
Relocating gopher tortoises found on
100 acres owned by the city could cost up


to $16,000.
"During construction, you must physi-
cally relocate them to a certified habitat,
which the closest one we have here is in
Ponce de Leon," CH2 MHILL Project
Manager William Klaus told members of.
the city council at a recent meeting.
At issue is a new rule by the Florida
Fish and Wildlife .Conservation Corm-
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TABLE OF
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OBITUARIES............................ 2
WHAT'S HAPPENING................ 2
RELIGION .......................... 4
COMMUNITY ........................... 6
CLASSIFIEDS.................. 10....... 0
SPORTS ........................... .. 12
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Photos by BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
PULLEY POWER: Shoal River Middle School students Robby Wood and Quinn McCardie learn
about pulleys from Emerald Coast Science Center staff member Marcus Lindemann during
the school's Family Science Night.


SFamily Science Night is a success

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
, brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
i "he main hallway at Shoal River Middle
r ' * School seemed even more crowded
S" . after classes Tuesday night than it
) does during the day. This time, how-
ever, students ranged in age from elementary
school to moms and dads, all learning that
) -science can, in fact, be fun.
The occasion was Family Science Night.
Held by the Shoal River science department in
conjunction with the Emerald Coast Science
Center, the event provided a variety of fun and
S / /'informative hands-on demonstrations. The
evening provided an opportunity for experi-
. encing some of the practical applications of
science.
Pulleys pulled, levers leveraged, boilers
boiled and rockets rocketed as family groups
and excited kids - who couldn't wait for their
parents to keep up - progressed up and down
TAKING FLIGHT: Using Bernoulli's Principle, the long hallway lined with demonstrations.
Caleb Jackson, 5, keeps a ball aloft with a Each table held a hands-on demonstration or
hairdryer as his dad, Bryan, watches. See SCIENCE 3


Cleanup

costs

climbing

Toxic removal in
Alatex building
could top $200,000

Michael Stewart
Crestview News Bulletin
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
It could cost. the city
of Crestview more than
$200,000 to clean up envi-
ronmental contaminants
in the old downtown Alatex �
building.
The city has pledged to
give the building to Florida
A&M University for a phar-
macy school.
Officials with the state-
run university have said,
however, Florida law pro-
hibits them from' accept-
ing ownership until the
city removes asbestos and.
lead-based paint from the
old sewing factory built in
1937.
Wayne Steele, city pub-
lic services director, sought
three contractor quotes to
remove lead-based paint
and asbestos from-n the
building.
The lowest quote came
in at $217,000, with the high-
est topping out at $229,550.
* The city has set $100,000
aside to do the work.
"With our tight budget,
it would be very difficult for
the city to absorb this type
of money," Mayor David
Cadle said.
Two weeks ago, esti-
mates to remove asbestos
came in at between $15,000
and $20,000. Members of the
city council asked Steele
to seek quotes to have the
lead-based paint removed,
as well.
FAMU has $2.5 million
in hand in the form of a
state budget appropriation
to go toward $10.2 million in
planned renovations to the
building.
Project proponent Sen.
Durrell Peaden, R-Crest-
view, said, given the state's
budget,shortfall, allocating
additional state funding to
clean up the building could
prove difficult.
"Right off top of my
head, I can't see any dedi-
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Obituary

Aaron Lee Johnson


Aaron L. Johnson, age
44, of Wilmington, Del.,
was called home to be
with our Lord Friday, Sept.
11, 2009. Services were
held Saturday, Sept. 16 at
McKinnie Funeral Home
chapel with Pastor Larry
Dawson officiating and
with McKinnie Funmeral
Home directing.


Born in Crestview,
Aaron was the only child
of Betty Jo Cooks and
Lenmon Blue Johnson.
Aaron accepted Jesus
Christ in his life before his
death. He will be greatly
missed by his mother,
family and friends. He
fought a long and hard
battle with his illness, but


in the end he lost his battle.
He will always be
remembered for his
intellect and humorous
attitude when talking with
his family and friends. To
those that knew him as
a youth, he was a good
football player; to those
that knew him as a young
man, he was a good


student; but to his mother,
who knew him best, he was
a great son. To him, his
mother Betty was his rock
of Gibraltar.
He was preceded
in death by his father,
Lenmon, and grandmother,
Lessie W Foster.
Aaron leaves to
cherish his memories


his mother, Betty Jo
Cooks; special friend,
Larry McBride; aunts,
Mary Rolland of Atlanta,
Ga.; Carolyn Foster and
Sarah Jackson, both of
Crestview; uncle, Eugene
Foster of Crestview; the
Hutchinson and Foster
families; stepmom, Mary
Hawkins; brothers, Jeffrey


and Mallary Johnson,
and Michael Haskins;
sisters, Petrina Uzzell,
Priscilla Johnson and Alisa
Johnson; and a host of
relatives and friends.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Aaron
Johnson online at www.
crestviewbulletin.com.


What's HAPPENING


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA

CHS LADY DAWGS
GOLF FUNDRAISER: A
four-person scramble tour-
nament will be held Satur-
day, Oct. 3 at Foxwood Coun-
try Club in Crestview to
benefit the Crestview Lady
Bulldogs basketball team.
Signup is $45 per person,
which includes the green
fee and cart, goodie bag, wa-
ter while you play, and lunch
immediately afterward.
Check in is at 7 a.m., and the
shotgun start is at 8 a.m.
Sponsorships are also
available for the event, and
donations are accepted. All
proceeds benefit the bas-
ketball team. Checks are
payable to Crestview High
School. To enter, send your
name, company, address,
phone number and the
names of the golfers in your
foursome to Coach Donald
Campbell Jr., 4781 Balboa
Road, Crestview, FL 32539.
Details: Duck4311@cox.net,
CampbellD2@mail.okaloo-
sa.kl2.fl.us. Donald.Camp-
bell2@eglin.af.mil.
GFWC GOLF TOUR-
NEY: The GFWC Woman's
Club of Crestview, Inc. will
host their first annual golf
tournament (4-person low
ball) on Friday, Oct. 9 at Fox-
wood Country Club in Crest-
view. The $50 entry fee per


player (teams of 4) includes:
cart, soft drink/water and
lunch. Sign in starts at
7 a.m. and the shotgun start
is at 8 a.m. Five Hole spon-
sorships available at $50 per
hdle. Proceeds support club
charities. Details: 682-1416,-
217-5869, or 682-5324.
SAFETY SATURDAY:
Lowe's on, Rasberry Road
in Crestview and the Home
Safety Council are hosting
Safety Saturday Sept. 26-
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the
store parking lot. Organiza-
tions from' all over the area
will sharing their safety
knowledge free of charge.
Some of the activities in-
clude: A Safety Village, Child
Identification Kits, Sparky
the Fire Dog and the Build
and Grow Kids Clinic.
KICK OFF BLOOD
DRIVE: Northwest Flori-
da Blood Services and the
American Cancer Society
are partnering for Kick Off
Blood Drives in October
during the Making Strides
Against Breast Cancer
Walks coming up.Lowe's
stores in Crestview .and
Destin are participation.
The Crestview Lowe's at
298 Rasberry Road will host
a blood drive Saturday, Oct.
3 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spe-
cial "I support the fight. I
donate blood" partnership
T-shirts will be available for
each blood donor, as well as
a gift card.
For information, call the


Gulf Coast Area American VENDORS WANTED:
Cancer Society at 850-475- The organizers of the Crest-
0850 or to sign up check the view Fall Festival on Oct. 31
American Cancer Society are looking for vendors, par-
website at www.cancer.org/ ticipants, and sponsors.
stridesonline. If you, your church, busi-
AROMATHERAPY ness or organization would
SOCIAL: The Baron's Tea like to have a vendor dis-
House at 426 W James Lee play, or to provide carnival-
Blvd. in Crestview is host- style or other activities for
ing an aromatherapy social the festival, please complete
on Saturday, Sept. 26 from a participant registration
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. The entrance form by the signup deadline
fee of $8.99 (kids eat free) in- of Oct. 16. Forms are avail-
cludes a buffet of sandwich- able at the City Hall office of
es, quiche, soup, fruit salad, the Crestview Main Street
cookies and other - items. Program Director and at
Tom of Cambridge Farms a few other locations. For
will present information on details, call Cindy Harris at
the benefits of aromather- 865-8595.
apy. CPD CHILD SAFETY
Please RSVP your infor- SEAT INSPECTION: The
mation by e-mail to family@ Crestview Police Depart-
roganov.net, in person at the ment will have certified
Tea House, or by phone at technicians available to
(850) 398-8783 for planning provide on-site safety seat
purposes. inspections afid education
WANT TO READ BET- on the following dates and
TER?: A new support group times in Crestview:
is forming Qct. 6 at the * Sept. 26, 2-5 p.m., Pub-
Robert L.F Sikes Library lix, 2250 S. Ferdon Blvd.
in Crestview for people CALENDAR: The Carv-
who won't to become bet- er-Hill Memorial & His-
ter readers. If you wish you torical Society is creating a
could enjoy reading instead calendar. If you, would like
of dreading it, reading stoa- to participate through pho-
ries to your kid, or if you're a tos or patronage, contact
reluctant reader, attend the Tonsiaweda Hayes at 850-
6 p.m. to 7:45 meeting. You 621-4187; Shannon Hayes,
won't have to read out loud, 850-902-6717; Brenda Bess,
it won't cost you'anything to 682-5540; Billie Roberson,
come, and nobody's going to 682-6979.
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her husband of 22 years moved to Laurel Hill to enjoy the country lifestyle that Okaloosa
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the Epiphany, 424 Garden
Street, Crestview. Registra-
tion and weigh in begin at
5 p.m. followed by the meet-
ing.
SUNDAY BUFFET:
The GFWC Woman's Club of
Crestview will host a buffet
Sunday, Oct. 4 From 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. in the Woman's
Club Building at 150 Wood-
lawn Drive, (behind Wood-
lawn Baptist Church). Beef
Enchiladas, Tacos, Rice,
and Refried Beans, drinks
and desserts will be served.
Treatyour family andfriends
to a delicious Sunday dinner.
Take-out boxes will also be
available. Proceeds support
the charities of the GFWC
Woman's Club of Crestview,
Inc. Donations of $7 for
adults and $5 for children
under 12 are suggested. For
info call 683-9117.
ANTIQUE RESTORA-
TION: A free antique refin-
ishing class will be held at
the CrestviewPublic Library
on Friday, Oct. 16 from'9 to
11 a.m. Herbert Allen will
demonstrate all phases of
the process from stripping
to applying stain and final
finish with several example
pieces. For details you may
call him' at 689-6600. Bring
lawn chairs and dress for
the weather as the class will
be outside under the library
portico. The library is locat-
ed at 1445 Commerce Drive
(behind the post office. Call
6824432.
AMERICAN GIRLS
BOOK CLUB: The Crest-
view public library on com-
'merce Drive behind the
post office is ,hosting an
American Girls Book Club.
The club meets every third
Saturday of the month from
10 a.m. until 12 p.m. in the
Story Room. Members talk
about the book and discover
more about life at different
times in American history.
Activities, arts & crafts, and
interesting snacks are part
of each session.
Join in by signing up
in Youth Services for each
meeting; get the book from
the library or purchase it,
and finish reading the se-
lected book for that month
before coming to the meet-
ing.
Oct. 17's subject is "Meet


Kirsten." Saturday, Nov. 21's
topic .is "Meet Kaya." For
details, call 682-4432.
FIRST TUESDAY
LECTURE: 1st Tuesday
Lectures are held once a
month at 10:30 a.m. at the
Crestview public library on
Commerce Drive.
The Oct. 6 presentation is
by Attorney Nathan Boyles,
with the subject, "What's
the Banker Doing in My
Bathtub? How Banks Fore-
close on Houses & Other
Matters."
On Nov. 3, Brian Hughes,
CNB Entertainment Edi-
tor, will present "World
War II: Big Screen to Little
Screen."
The Dec. 1 presentation
by Dr. Anne Hawe Holt of
Tallahassee is called "Lock
'em Up...or Not: The Histo-
ry of Florida Prisons, 1868-
1925."
SOUP KITCHEN
HOURS: Soup kitchens are
open three working days a
week in Crestview. Hours
are as follows: Mondays and
Friday, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at
First Presbyterian Church,
492 N. Ferdon Blvd.; and
Wednesday, 11 a.m.. to 1
p.m. at First Assembly of
,God Church, 400 S. Ferdon
Blvd.
Come enjoy a free meal
and friendly company, or
come meet the staff and
sign up to help. all are wel-
come and appreciated.
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 selling tick-
ets 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
Nov. 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.


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Crestview News Bulletin 3


SCIENCE from page 1
experiment, accompa-
nied by a brief write-up
explaining why and howAP
it worked.
Helping out the sci-
ence faculty and Emer-
ald Coast Science Cen-
ter staff were Crestview
High School juniors Sa-
vannah Myers, whose
father is a Shoal River
science teacher, and .
Chandler Suggs. As Sa-
vannah demonstrated
how sound travels to
Robbie Hill, an Antioch
Elementary second-
grader, Chandler helped
Shoal River sixth-graderF,
Shelby Fordham adjust
her rocket trajectory so
it would land in the tar-
get bin farther down the . . ..
hall.
Under the gaze of her
father, Brian, Brianna
Belter, 7, discovered it
takes a completely closed
circuit to allow electricity
to work its way around
and light a bulb. An-
tioch Elementary School
fourth-grader Everett P
Schwieg and second-
grader Robbie Hill found
all it takes is pressure,
not necessarily heat, to
start a liquid boiling.
Bryan Jackson lookedNIE
on smiling as his 5-year-
old son, Caleb, learned
about Bernoulli's Prin- \
ciple by making a ball
dance in mid-air, sup- "
ported only by the flow of
warm air from a house-
hold hairdryer. ,
The school's LegoAP
League took advantage
of the evening to serve
a hotdog supper to at-"
tendees, with proceeds
going toward the club's
attendance at a regional
robotics competition in
Georgia later this school
year.
"This is an event that
bringsscience to kids, as
well as their parents,"
explained Marcus Linde-
mann, a staff merhber of
the Emerald Coast Sci-
ence Center. "Here they
can see that science is
fun, as well as useful."



TORTOISE from page 1


mission that requires a special
permit and strict guidelines for
dealing with gopher tortoises, a
threatened species in Florida.
An environmental impact
study.on the property found no
endangered plant life, such as
the pitcher plant.
"But they did find gopher tor-
toises," Crestview Public Works
Director Wayne Steele said.
The city.plans to build rapid
infiltration basins to dispose
of treated wastewater on the.
100 acres off Arena Road, pur-
chased two years ago for about
$1 million. The property is ad-
jacent to a 300-acre wastewater
spray field already operated by
the city.


It is not known how many go-
pher tortoises are located on the
property or if the burrows are
close enough to the footprint of
the rapid infiltration basins to in-
terfere with construction.
Biologists will locate the
turtle burrows and determine
how many gopher tortoises, if
any, will have to be moved. The
gopher tortoise study, burrow
monitoring and relocation of the
tortoises could cost up to $16,000,
Klaus said.
Once completed, the rapid in-
filtration basins will increase the
city's sewage treatment capacity
to 3 million gallons per day, up
from a capacity of 2 million gal-
lons daily.


The work is part of a larger
$20-million overhaul of the city's
sewage treatment facilities that
is expected to eventually in-
crease the city's sewage capac-
ity to 4 million gallons a day. The
improvements are expected to
meet the city's sewage needs un-
til at least 2020, Steele said.
Most of the money comes
from state revolving funds, fed-
eral money disbursed by Florida
to municipalities' in the form of
low-interest loans. Bonds were
issued for the remainder.
Plans also include installation
of equipment to allow the use of
reclaimed water to irrigate golf
courses and lawns in .new subdi-
visions.


IN HOT WATER: Above, Antioch Elementary School students
Robbie Hill, second grade, and Everett Schwieg, fourth
grade, learn that pressure, more than heat, will boil the
fluid in the devices they hold. C.S.I. SHOAL RIVER: At left,
the Fingerprints and Forensics table drew a crowd of
budding crime-scene investigators as they learned how
to identify distinctive markings on a person's fingerprints.
READY, AIM...: At top left, Crestview High School junior
Chandler Suggs advises Shelby Fordham, left, on firing
a rocket as her mother, Maria, steadies the launch pad.
BRILLIANT: At top, Brianna Belter, 7, completes a circuit to
light a bulb as her aunt Kelly Chapman; cousin Elizabeth
Chapman, a Shoal River eighth-grader; and dad, Brian
Belter, look on proudly.



CLEANUP from page 1


cated funding right now,"
Peaden said.
But, he added, there is a
chance the clean up could be
wrapped into FAMU's renova-
tion project.
"There might be some sav-
ings there," Peaden. said. "It
seems to me the estimates are
high."
City Council Member Linda
Parker agreed.
"I was hoping the estimates
would have come back lower
than this amount," Parker said.
"The timing is not good right
now for this kind of money. I
don't know of $200,000 laying
around in the city with the bud-
get we have."


Peaden and other propo-
nents say the dividends the
project will yield will far out-
weigh the cost.
Officials with the Haas Cen-
ter for Business Development
at the University of West Flori-
da estimate the direct economic
impact to Crestview's economy
to be in the neighborhood of $3
million to $6 million.
Peaden said, in addition to
the pharmacy school, FAMU of-
ficials are exploring the possi-
bility of opening a dental school
in the Alatex building, as well.
"As we speak, officials with
FAMU went to Washington this
afternoon to talk about forming
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4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Put worries in God's hands


Someone once said:
"Worry-is the advance in-
terest you pay on troubles
that seldom come". How
true this is for many of us.
A preacher during his
Sunday sermon was heard
to say worry and faith do
not mix just like water
and oil do not mix. If this
is true, and indeed it is,
how are we to keep from
worrying?
The Bible from the
Book of Matthew has a lot
to say about worry. Hear
the words taken from Mat-
thew 6:25-34 using selected
verses. "...do not worry
about your life, what you
will eat or drink or about
your body, what you will
wear Look at the birds of
the air; they do not sow
or reap or store away in
barns, and yet your heav-
enly Father feeds them."
"Who of you by worry-
ing can add a single hour
to his life?" "...consider
the lilies of the field and
how they grow. They do
not labor or spin. Yet I tell
you that not even Solo-
mon in all his splendor
was dressed like one of
these. If God clothes the
grass of the field, which
is here today and gone.
tomorrow, will He not
much more clothe you,
o ye of little faith. So do
not worry about what we
drink, eat or wear ...seek
first His kingdom and
His righteousness and
all these things will be
given to you. Therefore, do


not worry
., about to-
4 M ^ morrow, for
. tomorrow
. will worry
about itself.
Each day
Fhas enough
FROM THE trouble of
PULPIT it's own."
The Rev. Bruce John 14:1
Sheffield tells us: "Do
not let your
hearts be troubled..."
But we do have worry
or troubled hearts from
time to time. So what
do we do? God said,
"Trust me! I will give
you My peace, presence,
power and I will hear your
prayers concerning worry
and set you free. Trust
Me!"
God says trust Me even
today when we struggle
with a sour economy, high
unemployment, bank fail-
ures, up and down stock
markets, corporate greed,
uncertainty of the future,
health reform, loss of hard
earned retirement funds,
sagging retail sales, high
cost of gasoline, budget
cuts - especially in educa-
tion, real estate crisis,
homeless people, immi-
gration, disagreement and
fighting in Washington;
increasing national debt,
bailouts, relaxed moral
and spiritual values, and
the list could go on.
What are we to do?
Worry? We must not, but
how? There is a great
hymn of faith that should


spur us on from time to
time:
"When we walk with
the Lord, in the light of His
Word,
What a glory He sheds
on our Way!
While we do His good
will, He abides with us
still,
and with all who will
trust and obey.
Trust and obey, for
there's no other way, to be
happy in Jesus,
But to trust and obey."
Daniel B. Towner

In closing, Mr. Edward
Everett Hale once wrote;
"Never bear more than
one trouble at a time.
Some people bear three
kinds - all they ever had,
all they have now, and
all they expect to have."
Which kind are you?

The Rev. Bruce Shef-
field is Pastor of the First
United Methodist Church
of Crestview at 599 Eighth
Avenue, Crestview (phone
682-2018). Sunday morn-
ing worship is at 8:00
am in the Chapel & 11:00
am in the Sanctuary for
traditional services and
at 9:12 am in the Sanctu-
ary for our contemporary
service.
Sunday evening ser-
vice is at 6:00 pm in the
Sanctuary.
Website: www.crest-
viewfumc.com. Email:
office@crestviewfumc.
gccoxmail.com


Please turn in your church news
briefs to the News Bulletin by 10
a.m. on Wednesdays.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
CORRECTION: In a recent tab
published by the Crestview News
Bulletin, a listing for Hester Corner-
stone Ministries contained incorrect
information.
The church was renamed Pen-
tecostals of Baker and is located at
1599 Hester Church Road in Baker.
Pastored by Kenneth Bray, it's Sun-
day services consist of 2 p.m. Sunday
School and 3 p.m. worship. Call 398-
5000 for information. The church's
Web site is www.pentecostalsofbaker.
org.
BAZAAR BOOTHS AVAILABLE:
Victorious Life Worship Center in
Crestview is hosting an arts and
crafts bazaar from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Oct. 2. Booths are available for $25
each. Details: Beth Bryan, 689-7572.

EVENTS
AWANA will be held through
May 2010 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at.
Antioch Baptist Church, 4796 Antioch
Road, Crestview. Children ages 3 and
up through high school teens are
invited to attend. For details, call 682-
4297 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday
through Thursday.
CHRISTIAN COALITION: The
Christian Coalition of Okaloosa
County meets monthly.
EPIPHANY TAILGATE SALES:
are held on the first Saturday, of the
month. Funds generated are used
for Epiphany Episcopal Church's
outreach activities.
Participants may sell whatever


Saturday, September 19, 2009


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 SCHED-
ULE: Contemporary 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. Presented by Northwest Florida
Church of God, pastored by Carl Dil-
lenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA- The Rite of
Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
is designed for those seeking one or
more of the Sacraments of Initia-
tion; Baptism, Confirmation, and
Eucharist. This formation process
is the church's approved method for
individuals to become members of
the Catholic community. Sessions
are held at the Eglin Chapel Center
Annex 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 offering a
free Bible correspondence 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 REVELATIONS
STUDY: Each Sunday 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 fol-
low every Sunday evening. Anyone
interested may join. Call 537-4307 for
more information.


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CITY OF LAUREL HILL - FISCAL YEAR 2009-2010
THE PROPOSED OPERATING BUDGET EXPENDITURES OF THE CITY OF LAUREL HILL
ARE 51% ABOVE LAST YEAR'S TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES


GENERAL FUND CASH BALANCE BROUGHT FORWARD
RESERVES ... . .. .. . ........ .

ESTIMATED REVENUES
TAXES. 3.5 MILLS PER $1000

AD VALOREM TAXES.
LOCAL OPTION FUEL TAX ... .. .
FRANCHISE FEES .. .
UTILITY SERVICES TAXES .... .
LICENSES . .
COMMUNICATION SERVICES TAX .... ..
STATE SHARED REVENUES
LOCAL 1/2 CENT SALES TAX .
FERDAP PARK GRANT
FINES & FORFEITURES ...
INTEREST EARNED .
RENTS & ROYALTIES
CIBR GRANT ...
STATE MOWING CONTRACT
CONTRIBUTIONS & DONATIONS
ENTERPRISE OPERATION
GARBAGE FEES

TOTAL REVENUE AND OTHER
FINANCING SOURCES

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES & BALANCES


EXPENDITURES AND EXPENSES
GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
ENTERPRISE SERVICES
DEBT SERVICES
PARKS IMPROVEMENT (FERDAP GRANT)
GARBAGE CONTRACT FEES
WATER DEPARTMENT CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
WATER DEPARTMENT UPGRADE

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Local


Crestview News BulletirN 5


Laurel Hill to present



2009-10 budget


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The city of Laurel Hill
has tentatively adopted its
budget for the next fiscal
year. and will hold a pub-
lic hearing to make a final
decision on it on Sept. 24.
The hearing, which will be
held at City Hall, 8209 S.R.
85 North, will begin at 5:30
p.m.


The anticipated $961,240
budget is based on an ad va-
lorem rate of 3.5 mills, down
from the current year's 4.85
mills, and below the 4 mills
originally targeted by the
council for budgeting pur-
poses in July.
Estimated revenues for
the new budget year total
$798,340, and include in-
come from ad valorem tax-
es ($53,600), the local option


fuel tax ($17,100), franchise
fees ($18,200), utility ser-
vices taxes ($20,600, state
shared revenues ($35,000)
and a local half-cent sales
tax ($35,800).
The budget also includes
a CIBR grant ($300,000)
and a FERDAP Park grant
($33,000), and $162,900 an-
ticipated in reserves.
The Sept. 24 meeting is
open to the public.


Artistic show-and-tell


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
The next meeting of
the north county commit-
tee of the Okaloosa Arts
Alliance (OAA) might re-
semble something of a mini
art show, which in itself is
a great reason to attend.
Committee members an-
ticipate admiring a variety
of pieces in several media,
including textiles, wire art,
painting, drawing and pho-
tography.
The local arts commit-
tee's meeting is open to
anybody. Membership in


the OAA is not required..
"Anybody who's inter-
ested in any of the arts, who
enjoys looking at art, listen-
ing to music, who enjoys
drama or poetry, come out
and join us," encouraged
Rae Schwartz, an OAA
board member and chair-
man of the local group.
"The more we encourage
art and culture in our area,
the more we'll be able to
enjoy it ourselves."
At its last meeting the
group brainstormed ways
to make the arts more vis-
ible and accessible in our
communities. At the next


meeting, which is Tuesday,
Sept. 22, participation by
the group in the Crestview
Fall Festival on Halloween
day will be discussed.
The meeting, including
the exhibition of members'
works, will begin at 6 p.m.
in the Crestview Public Li-
brary meeting room. Any
artist, art instructor, or art
lover is encouraged to at-
tend.
"We are always look-
ing for new folks and new
groups to join us," Schwartz
said. "We are really looking
for people involved in any
aspect of the arts."


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HERITAGE PLANTATION COMMUNITY

DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR
2009/2010 BUDGET; AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE IMPOSITION
OF MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS, ADOPTION OF AN
ASSESSMENT ROLL, AND THE LEVY, COLLECTION, AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE SAME;
AND NOTICE OF REGULAR BOARD OF SUPERVISORS' MEETING.
The Board of Supervisors for the Heritage Plantation Community' Development
District will hold two public hearings and a regular meeting on Monday, October 12, 2009 at 1:00
p.m. at the Robert L. F. Sikes Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive, Crestview, FL 32539.
The purpose of the first public hearing is to receive public comment and objections on the
Fiscal Year 2010 Proposed Budget. The first public hearing is being conducted pursuant to Chapter
190, Florida Statutes. The purpose of the second public hearing is to consider the imposition of special
assessments to fund the District's proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2010 upon the lands located within
the District, a depiction of which lands is shown below, consider the adoption of an assessment roll,
and to provide for the levy, collection, and enforcement of the assessments. The second public hearing
is being conducted pursuant to Florida law including Chapters 190 and 197, Florida Statutes. At the
conclusion of the public hearings, the Board will, by resolution, adopt a budget ahd levy. assessments,
as finally approved by the Board. A regular board meeting of the District will also be held where the
Board may consider any other business that may properly come before it.
A copy of the proposed budget, preliminary assessment roll, and the agenda for the hearings
and meeting may be obtained at the offices of the District Manager, located at 120 Richard Jackson
Blud., Suite 220, Panama City Beach, FL 32407, Ph: (850) 334-9055, during normal business hours.
The special assessments are annually recurring assessments and are in addition to
previously levied debt assessments. The table below presents the proposed schedule of operation and
maintenance assessments. Amounts are preliminary and subject to change at the hearing and in any
future year. The amounts are subject to early payment discount as afforded by law.


Per Unit 2010
O&M Assessment
$447.00
$869.38


The District anticipates the tax collector will collect a portion of the assessments for platted
lots. In addition, the District anticipates directly collecting a portion of the assessments for platted lots
and directly collecting the assessments for unplatted acreage. For delinquent assessments that were
initially directly billed by the District, the District may initiate a foreclosure action or may place the
delinquent assessments on the next year's county tax bill.
Failure to pay the assessments will cause a tax certificate to be issued against the property
which may result in a loss of title. All affected property owners have the right to appear at the public
hearings and the right to file written objections with the District within twenty (20) days of publication
of this notice.
The public hearings and meeting are open to the public and will be conducted in accordance
with the provisions of Florida Law for Community Development Districts. The public hearings and
meeting may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specified on the record at the hearings or
meeting.
There may be occasions when staff or board members may participate by speaker
telephone.
Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting because of a disability or
physical impairment should contact the District Office at (813) 933-5571 at least forty-eight (48) hours
prior to the meeting. If you are hearing
or speech impaired, please contact the 1. .., - __ "-I . - . -
Florida Relay Service at (800) 955- \. Ic.
8770 for aid in contacting the District
Office. F
District Location - .,,
Each person who decides to L at
appeal any decision made by the Board .
with respect to any matter considered ...- - .
at the public hearings or meeting is
advised that person will need a record S
of proceedings and that accordingly,
the person may need to ensure that a - \
verbatim record of the proceedings R[ Dri. n
is made, including the testimony and
evidence upon which such appeal is to
be based. i ,, ,, .
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Local


Saturday, September 19, 2009


Library exhibit showcases local troops, posts and packs


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com

As the Boy Scouts of
America prepares to cele-
brate its 100th anniversary
next year, visitors to the
Crestview Public Library
can get a good overview
of what the organization
- and its various compo-
nent organizations - is all
about through a display in
the main lobby.
"You can see we have a
lot of fun activities, but it's
fun with a purpose," Boy
Scout unit commissioner
Rae Schwartz said. From
Pinewood Derby racecars
to merit badges for life and
survival skills, the display
,barely touches the surface
of what Scouting contrib-
utes to boys and girls in a
community.
"We're teaching scouts
teamwork and leadership


skills," Schwartz said. "We
are reinforcing the values
the parents teach at home.
Service is a big part. Both
the Cub Scouts and the Boy
Scouts promise to help oth-
ers."
Throughout the north
end of Okaloosa County,
there are plenty of op-
portunities for kids to
get involved in Scouting,
Schwartz said.
"In our area we have
three established Cub Scout
packs and one brand new
one at Riverside Elemen-
tary," she enumerated. "We
have two Boy Scout troops
in the Crestview area and a
Venture Crew, which is for
our older scouts, and it's
co-ed.
"The Crestview Police
Department has an Explor-
er Post, and that is also co-
ed," Schwartz continued.
"In Holt we have a Cub
Scout pack and a Boy Scout


BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
SCOUTING ON DISPLAY: A visit to the Crestview Public
Library lobby display cases offers a great overview
of Scouting in the north county area.


troop. In Laurel Hill we
have a Cub Scout pack."
The Cub Scout organi-
zation is where young boys
first become introduced to
Scouting.
"The. Cub Scout side of


the display really illustrates
some of the big events of
the year," Schwartz said.
"You can see the Pinewood
Derby cars. The boys are
always excited to make
their cars."


This year's Cub Scout
Blue and Gold Banquet
will celebrate the 100th
anniversary of Scouting,
Schwartz noted.
Recruitment drives are
frequently held. in area
schools, some of which
sponsor Scout troops or
Cub Scout packs.
"Even though we tra-
ditionally recruit through
the schools, we also want
to recruit boys who are
home schooled or go to a
religious school," Schwartz
said. "And you don't have to
go to that school to be in its
unit."
Schwartz said Scout
troops and packs from
throughout the county are
planning many activities
to observe the centennial
of Scouting in America.
The fun begins next month,
on Oct. 10, when "we'll
be having a kids fun day
down at the Fair Grounds,"


Schwartz said. "We want all
kids to come out and see
what we're all about, even
if they're not in Scouting."
Schwartz reminded
boys that though they have
periodic recruiting "round-
ups" at local schools, you
don't need to wait for the
next one to see what Scout-
ing is all about.
"You can join any time,"
Schwartz said. "We always
welcome boys to come
on out (to troop and pack
meetings) and see what
we're all about."

To learn more about lo-
cal Scouting troops, packs
and posts, visit the library,
check out the display cases
in the lobby, and pick up a
flyer with local scouting
units' contact informa-
tion, meeting times and lo-
cations. You may also call
683-0330 for further infor-
mation.


Unexpected overnight guest: Bear pays a call on Laurel Hill deer feeder


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
With deer season rap-
idly approaching, Shawn
Odor and Ferrin Campbell
III, of Laurel Hill, recently
started preparing their
hunting camp.
"They just started put-
ting corn in their feeder for
deer and every night they'd
find it scratched away," re-
ported Ferrin Campbell Jr.,
who is also Laurel Hill's
mayor.
Members of the Bandy
Branch Hunting Club, the
men became concerned
that their deer might shy
away from whatever was
eating their corn. Deter-
mined to catch the culprit,
they rigged a nighttime
surveillance camera. Its
shutter, triggered by a mo-
tion sensor, caught fine


photos of their nocturnal
guest:
A large black bear, esti-
mated to be six feet long.
"The feeder is eight-
feet long," Campbell Jr.
said. "You can see how he
fills it up when he stretch-
es out.
Campbell said the bear
was sheltering from, the
rain under the feeder's
roof. While adjusting his
"bed," the bear knocked a
substantial amount of the
feed out of the bin he used
as his bed.
While bear sightings
have been plentiful in
the southern part of the
county, especially where
they can easily feed from
household garbage cans,
the animals are not of-
ten sighted in the north
end, particularly in a ru-
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Branch..


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* Store trash in a secure area until the morning of


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* Bring pet food inside, store securely.
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* Remove bird and wildlife feeders if there is a bear
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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I 7


Hobo Festival a grand reunion time


Laurel Hill's big Hobo F
Festival is just days
away! Neighbors are .p
dusting off their lawn
chairs in anticipation of .
visiting, shopping and
good food while listening A
to music all day, Oct. 10. . ON
This is a grand reunion UP Estell
time for neighbors of
yesteryear returning
home for this event. You don't
want to miss seeing and being
seen this year at the festival!
The first Hobo Festival was
held in 1992, after a year of
researching and preparing for a
day of hometown entertainment,
vendors and good food. R.J. and
Willadean Brown had a dream,
and they shared it with Doug
and others who helped get the
first festival off to a flying start.
It continues to grow each year,
with many vendors selling arts,
crafts, and food. Free activities


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for children, live
entertainment, security
' and restrooms will be
= available. Please bring
your lawn chair.
The auction of
donated items is always
an entertaining event
HE HILL and brings in big dollars
Rogers to support the fire
department and Hobo
Festival. Reserve your 14' by 20'
booth space for $20, or $25 with
electricity. For more information,
call 850-652-3677.
The What's It Floral and
Antique Shop is going out of
business. Stop by and check out
the sale prices. Sara Smith has
been in business many years
at this location selling beautiful
gift items, household, antiques,
collectibles, holiday and florals.
This September is the 15th
year for UP ON THE HILL!
During the first year of writing,


I received encouragement from
one of my favorite doctors. He
had given me the news of cancer
during that year and thought it
would be good for me to write
about it. Thanks to Dr. Herf,
many conversations came from
others struggling with this
dreaded condition. My readers
have walked with me through
columns filled with local news,
happy and sad events. The walk
is presently leading through
dementia, the walk you think will
never happen to your loved one,
but more and more we hear of
our neighbors dealing with the
same disease.
Sept. 12, a celebration of
life ceremony was held for tiny
Emily Bishop Steinmeier. Her
great-grandparents who attend
Apostolic Life Tabernacle,
Dalton and Marion Brannon,
proudly brought beautiful little
Emily to visit with us during


several services.
Her parents are Len
Steinmeier, a Crestview
police officer, and Jennifer, a
social worker at Fort Walton
Beach Medical Center. Emily
was born May 27, 2008, with
hydrocephalus, or fluid on her
brain. She also was diagnosed
with lissencephaly, a rare brain
disorder that causes smoothing
of folds in the brain. Emily was
blind since birth.
One day after losing Emily,
her father wrote a poem calling
his Wittle Angel from Heaven a
miracle and the most beautiful
creature. And though it was so
very short, we hold dear the time
we've spent, Len wrote. In lieu
of flowers, the family requested
that donations be made in
Emily's name at Eglin Federal
Credit Union.
Did you know that Laurel
Hill has a Cub Scout pack? Now


starting their third year, Pack 505
is open to all area boys in first
through fifth grades. Meetings
are at 6 p.m. Friday at First
Baptist Church of Laurel Hill,
their chartered organization.
There are special events, such
as Cub Scout Shooting Day, Kid's
Fun Day, FamCamps, Webelos
Weekend, the Tiger Growl, a
skating party, a bike rodeo, a
fishing rodeo, the Blue and Gold
Banquet, the Pinewood Derby
and more.
Cub Scouting is fun with
a purpose - lots of fun while
teaching skills and values. The
Cub Scout program is family-
oriented and is designed to
coordinate with each year's
school curriculum. This is the
beginning of the 100th year of
Scouting in America. For more
information, call 585-5672, e-mail
bakerny@yahoo.com or go to
www.gulfcoastcouncil.org.


Honor Flight takes off Oct. 21


Special to the News Bulletin
PENSACOLA - On Oct.
21, Emerald Coast Honor
Flight will send 103 World
II veterans from the First
Congressional District to
Washington, D.C., to see
their World War II memo-
rial. This will mark the fifth
flight since the inaugural
trip on' April 30, 2008. Since
then, Emerald Coast Honor
Flight has transported more
than 400 World War II veter-
ans to Washington.
Spearheaded by Con-
gressman Jeff Miller, Em-
erald Coast Honor Flight, a
nonprofit volunteer organi-
zation comprised of regional
business leaders, active and
retired military personnel,
was created to honor our
local World War II veterans.
The all-volunteer-staffed
and donation-funded Honor
Flights provide free travel
and guardianship for World
War II veterans to visit the
monument that memorial-
izes their service.
The World War II Memo-
rial was completed 60 years
after the end of the war, and
for many it was too late.
Our surviving World War
II veterans deserve to see
their memorial, and Em-
erald Coast Honor Flight
is faced with the very real
challenge and honor of get-
ting these heroes to their
memorial.. According to the
Department of Veterans Af-
fairs and Arlington National
Cemetery statistics, we are
losing approximately 1,200
World War II veterans each
day. Thousands are on wait-
ing list for various honor
flights around the country,
and Emerald Coast Honor
Flight is asking the public
for its support.
Each trip to Washing-
ton costs approximately
$80,000. As with the four
previous flights, the trip will


be made possible through
the donations from individu-
als and corporate sponsors.
The community's support
ensures there is no cost for
the veteran to travel. Emer-
ald Coast Honor Flight will
continue to schedule the
trips as long as funds allow.
Companies like Pen Air
Federal Credit Union, the
major October sponsor, is
helping 103 of our district-
wide World War II heroes
fulfill their dream to visit
Washington.
"It is an honor for Pen
Air Federal Credit Union to
assist in efforts that support
our military and its veter-
ans," said Ron Fields, CEO
and president of Pen Air
Federal Credit Union.
"Everyone that has the
opportunity to volunteer to
accompany a WWII vet on
an Honor Flight should do
so without hesitation," add-
ed Fields, who also served
as a guardian on the flight.


"Hearing the unwritten his-
tory through their personal
stories creates a new under-
standing of all the personal
sacrifices these veterans
had to make for our freedom
today. Pen Air Federal Credit
Union is proud to serve these
service men and women and
all our military for what they
do every day."
The plane will leave Pen-
sacola at 7 a.m. and return
at 7 p.m. The public is en-
couraged to greet returnees
at the Pensacola Gulf Coast
Regional Airport. Miller will
meet the flight in Washing-.
ton and spend the day with
the veterans.
Individual and corpo-
rate sponsorships are still
needed. Donations may
be mailed to: Rotary Club-
ECHF, PO. Box 86, Pen-
sacola, FL 32591-0086. To
volunteer or for more infor-
mation, please visit www.
emeraldcoasthonorflight.
com.


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Special to the News Bulletin
CHICAGO - The cost of college is for-
midable, preventing many deserving stu-
dents from attending at all and leaving
many others to graduate with an over-
whelming amount of debt.
Last year, the average tuition at a pri-
vate four-year institution rose 5.9 percent,
reaching $25,143, and the average cost
of attending a public four-year univer-
sity increased 6.4 percent, according to
the CollegeBoard Web site (http://www.
collegeboard.com/student/pay/add-it-up/
4494.html). The Elks National Founda-
tion's Most Valuable Student Scholarship
contest, which launched Sept. 1, aims to
alleviate this financial burden for 500 am-
bitious students.
This year, through the MVS Scholar-
ship, the Elks National Foundation will
award $2.296 million, giving students a
chance to earn a college education with-


out incurring insurmountable loans. The
foundation awards 18 top winners scholar-
ships ranging from $8,000-$60,000 over four
years. The remaining 482 runners-up re-
ceive $4,000 scholarships over four years.
This scholarship is open to all high
school seniors who are U.S. citizens& Appli-
cants do not need to be related to a mem-
ber of the Elks. Males and females com-
pete separately and are judged on scholar-
ship, leadership and financial need.
Completed applications must be turned
in to the applicant's nearest Elks Lodge no
later than Nov. 2. National finalists will be
required to submit a secondary applica-
tion. The 500 national winners will be an-
nounced by April 1.
Applications for the 2010 scholarships
are available at Elks Lodges, local high
schools and www.elks.org/enf/scholars.
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Local


Saturday, September 19, 2009


Libraries laud Rep. Greg Evers


By Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
Most folks just check
out books and videos from
the Crestview Public Li-
brary. When state Rep.
Greg Evers left the build-
ing Thursday morning, he
took with him the grateful
appreciation of local library
and government officials, a
plaque praising his efforts in'
the state government on be-
half of public libraries, and
a copy of a poster promot-
ing reading and literacy for
which he posed.
Bob Gorin, Okaloosa
County Public Library Co-
operative administrator,
related Evers' accomplish-
ments on the behalf of local
libraries during the meeting
of the Crestview Friends of
the Library organization.
"This year to our shock,
state funding to public li-
braries and the multi-type
library cooperative disap-
peared" from the state bud-
get, Gorin said.
During the last day of the


BRIAN HUGHES |I Crestview News
Bulletin
ACCOLADES: Bill Conniff,
executive director of
the Panama City-based
Panhandle Library Access
Network (PLAN), reads
a plaque to Rep. Greg
Evers expressing area
libraries' appreciation for
Evers' efforts to restore
library funding in the
recent legislative session.

special session, $22 million
was taken out of the state's
libraries budget. Librar-,
ians and library supporters
statewide nervously fol-


lowed the progress of the
regular session. The money
wasn't reappearing.
"This session, from day
one, there was zero money
in the budget," Gorin said.
Local ramifications in-
cluded the possibility of the
county bookmobile either
shutting down or having its
service severely reduced.
For smaller counties, such
as Calhoun County, it might
have meant reducing library
hours to ten hours or fewer
a week.
"So we picked up the
phone and we called the
representative's office and
said, 'We need help,"' Gorin
said. "He (Evers) picked
up the phone and the next
thing we knew, the money
was back in the budget."
Presenting the framed
literacy poster to Evers,
Gorin noted "he was instru-
mental in restoring state
funding to libraries. It was
Rep. Evers who walked into
the chairman's office and
said, 'What happened to this
money?'"


Pensacola Seafood Festival

entertainment schedule


In his acceptance re-
marks, Evers praised the lo-
cal library and the services
it provides the north county
region.
"As I came in today and
I walked through the open-
ing of the library, I didn't
see kids (on computers).
I saw adults. I saw adults
that needed to connect to
the Internet. I saw folks
that needed jobs," Evers
said. "That is the reason I
made a promise to myself
that I would find the funding
somewhere."
Restoring library fund-
ing was difficult, Evers ac-
knowledged, particularly
'when faced with decreased
resources yet increased de-
mands for services.
"This past session (of
the legislature) was an ex-.
tremely tough session," he
said. "We had to do things
that under normal circum-
stances that we wouldn't
normally do."
"We would be in big
trouble without your assis-
tance," Gorin told Evers.


Special to the News Bulletin

The Pensacola
Seafood Festival
entertainment commit-
tee has put,together
an incredible schedule
featuring some of the
area's finest local musi-
cal acts. The festival is
open Friday, Sept. 25,
noon - 11 p.m., Saturday,
Sept. 26, 10 a.m. - 11
p.m. and Sunday, Sept.
27, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m:
The entertainment
lineup contains an
array of various artists
including PensaCola
Steele, Mass Kunfuzion,
Micah Roland and Com-
pany, Modern Eldora-
dos, Night Breeze, and
the Kyle Parker Band.
The Smart Brothers
will perform Satur-
day at 1:45 p.m. Lou
and Jay Smart were
recently nominated for
Best Acoustic Award
at the 19th Annual San
Diego Music Awards.
Also performing on
Saturday is Micah
Roland and Company.
Rowland is a former
Pensacola Children's
Chorus member and
was a musical act at the
recent 450th Pensacola
birthday celebration.
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will provide a comical
performance of the
Evolution of Dance. The
entertainment stage
is located in Fountain
Park at the south end of
Seville Square.

Friday evening
5 - 6:30: PensaCola
Steele
7 - 8:45: Mass Kunfuzion
9:15 - 11: Deji vu

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A Beer Challenge is now brewing


.MillerCoors issued a
"Beer Car Challenge for
Charity" to Anheuser-Busch
Inbev, in which the #2 Miller
Lite Dodge of Kurt Busch and
the #9 Budweiser Dodge of
Kasey Kahne would race for
their respective charity during
the 10-week NASCAR Chase
for the Sprint Cup.
Both cars secured their
spots in the Chase last week-


end at Richmond. . In
MillerCoors' proposed chal-
lenge, the higher finishing
beer car in each race will win
$2,500 for its charity, and the
higher finisher in the final
Chase standings will win
$25,000 for the same charity.
The #2 Miller Lite Dodge
has already announced they
will be running for Operation
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Red Bull to remain with Toyota in '10


Red Bull Racing Team has
extended its partnership with
Toyota in the NASCAR
Sprint Cup Series. The agree-
ment continues a three-year
relationship where Toyota has
supported Red Bull Racing
Team's progression from a
start-up organization to a berth
in the championship- deciding
Chase.
"Our partnership with
Toyota has been a critical ele-
ment to the success of Red


Bull Racing Team," said Jay
Frye, RBRT vice president
and general manager. "Both
Red Bull Racing Team and
Toyota share a common goal
of being a championship-con-
tending team. Toyota has sup-
plied the engine and technical
support we need to get our
teams into victory lane and
now the Chase for. the
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Morgan-McClure Shop is now for sale


Due to a lack of sponsor-
ship, the once familiar #4
Morgan-McClure Motorsports
Chevy has been absent from the
NASCAR game since the end
of the 2007 season.
And the latest news involv-
ing Southwest Virginia's team


John Andretti
Owner
Max Jones
Robby Gordon
Teresa Earnhardt
Detrich Mateschiltz
Kevin Buckler
James Finch


is reflective of the grim eco-
nomic climate in the sponsor-
driven sport. The entire 18-acre
MMM complex, located just
off Interstate 81, has been listed
for sale with Bamett
Commercial Realty of
Martinsville, Va.


On the

Bubble
Driver: John Andretti
Owner: Teresa Earnhardt
Points: 1924
Points out of 34th: 182
Points ahead of 36th: 115


Driver
Paul Menard
Robby Gordon
John Andretti
Scott Speed
David Gilliland
Brad Keselowski


Points
2207
2106
1924
1809
1529
1378


Jimmie Johnson and Chad Kanus celebrate Johnson's third consecutive Sprint Cup Series title in New York City
last November. Johnson starts the 2009 Chase in a tie for second place with Tony Stewart just 10 points behind
Hendrick Motorsports driver Mark Martin, who posted a.series high four wins this season along with Kyle. Busch.




Johnson going for four


Hendrick driver looks to race his way into class all his own


By BILL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com

NASCAR is down to its final 10 races of the 2009 season
and the big question seems to be who can stop Jimmie
Johnson.
Johnson, who has won the last three Sprint Cup Series
titles, seems to be ready to make his annual push for the title
with crew chief Chad Kanus.
A good start Sunday seems very important, but Kurt Busch
is the only Chase driver to post a with at the track during the
first race of the 10 event playoff. Busch accomplished this in
the inaugural Chase.
Four of the five races at New Hampshire during the Chase
for the Sprint Cup has seen the eventaul champion finish in
the top six. v.
There is an exception to this stat, which came back in 2006
and involved Johnson who finished 39th with a pretty badly
mangled machine.
The poor start to the Chase that year didn't effect the
California native as he used his mulligan well.


Johnson would go on to claim his first of three consecutive
titles by putting together a string of five top-two finishers.
Also since the Chase ear began in NASCAR a driver com-
peting for the Sprint Cup Title has visited victory lane.
Looking at the best driver to watch overall at NHMS the
nod would have to be shared by Jeff Gordon and Busch, who
both have three career wins.
But Gordon's numbers at New Hampshire is very impres-
sive as he leads almost every category.
In 23 starts he has 13 top-fives, 16 top-10s, and lead 1,205
miles at the paper clip shaped oval.
Ryan Newman has won the most poles at New Hamshire
of the Chase drivers with four and because of that has the best
average start at 7.6, while Denny Hamlin has the best average
finish in seven starts at 8.3.
Johnson is the only driver to consistently finish in single
digits at 9.9 in his 15 starts.
For Juan Pablo Montoya, Sunday will mark his 100th
career start, his. first in the Chase, and a chance to join Cale
Yarborough and Kyle Busch as drivers to win on their birth-
days.


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Persons wishing to re-
ceive copies via over-
night delivery are re-
sponsible for making
all arrangements and
paying related costs.
All responses submit-
ted are subject to these
instructions, Instruc-
tions to Offerers Sup-
plemental Instructions
to Offerers, Contract
Provisions, Supple-
mental Contract, and
all other requirements
contained herein, all of
which are a part of this
Request for Qualifica-
tions by reference.
The Crestview Housing
Authority reserves the
right to reject any and
all proposals for just
cause in the submis-
sion process if it be in
the public interest to do
so.
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09/09/09
09/12/09
09/16/09
09/19/09
09/23/09

Legal # 100844
IN THE CIRCUIT IN
THE FIRST JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO.:
0-CA-5485 DIVISION:
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COMPASS BANK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
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Casa Loma Drive, Foreclosure Sale dated CESSOR BY MERGER representative and the NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE OF SALE Mary Esther, FL September 1, 2009 and In accordance with the TO CITIBANK, FSB; p e r s o n a I IN THE CIRCUIT
32569 entered in Case NO..Americans with Disa- CARIBBEAN DUNES representative's attdr- NOTICE IS HEREBY COURT FOR
NOTICE is hereby 2007 CA 006018 S of abilities Act, persons OWNERS ASSOCIA- ney are set forth below, given that the under- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
given that, pursuant to Any person claim- the Circuit Court of the with disabilities need- TION, INC.; are the De- signed, Don W. How- FLORIDA
the Order of Summary Ing an interest in the FIRST Judicial Circuit ing special accommo- fendants, I will sell to All creditors of the de- ard, Clerk of the Circuit PROBATE DIVISION
Judgment of Foreclo- surplus from the sale, in and for OKALOOSA dation to participate in the highest and bidder cedent and other per- Court of Okaloosa FILE
sure in this cause, in if any, other than 'the County, Florida this proceeding should for cash at SHALIMAR: sons having claims or. County, Florida, will on NO:2009-CP-00603-S
the Circuit Court of property owner as of wherein DEUTSCHE contact Court Adminis- IN FRONT OF CLERK'S demands against the 29 day of Sept.
Okaloosa County, Flor- the date of the Lis BANK NATIONAL ration at 101 James FRONT DOOR OF decedent's estate on 2009, at 11:00 a.m., IN RE: ESTATE OF
ida, I will sell the prop- Pendens must file a TRUST COMPANY AS Lee Boulevard East, SHALIMAR ANNEX at whom a copy of this during the legal hours VERNELL R. LANE,
erty situated in claim within sixty (60) TRUSTEE FOR FRE- Crestview, FL, 11:00 AM, on the 6 day notice is required to'be of sale at the front door Deceased.
Okaloosa County, Flor- days after the sale. MONT HOME LOAN 32536-3515; telephone of October 2009, the served must file their of the Clerk's office,
ida described as: TRUST 2005-1, number (850) following described claims with this court Okaloosa County- NOTICE TO CREDI-
WITNESS MY HAND ASSET-BACKED CER- 689-5000, Extension property property as WITHIN THE LATER Courthouse Annex, TORS
LOT 9, BLOCK G, and the seal of this TIFICATES, SERIES 7497, prior to the pro- set forth in said Final OF 3 MONTHS AFTER 1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
ROCKY BAYOU ES- Court on September 2005-1, is the Plaintiff ceeding. or Shalimar Judgment: THE TIME OF THE Suite B-110, Shalimar, The administration of
TATES UNIT NO.:3, 1, 2009. and ANGELA NICH- (850) 651-7497 FIRST PUBLICATION Okaloosa County, Flor- the estate of Vernell RA
ACCORDING TO THE OLS A/K/A ANGELA M. UNTI 202, CARIB- OF THIS NOTICE OR ida, offer for sale and Lane, deceased, .File
MAP OR PLAT Don W. Howard NICHOLS; MORT- IMPORTANT BEAN DUNES PHASE 30 DAYS AFTER THE sell at public outcry to N u m ' b e r
THEREOF AS RE- Clerk of the Circuit GAGE ELECTRONIC 1, A CONDOMINIUM, DATE OF SERVICE OF the highest and best 2009-CA-00603 S, is
CORDED IN PLAT Court REGISTRATION SYS- In accordance with the TOGETHER WITH AN A COPY OF THIS NO- bidder for cash the fol- pending in the Circuit
BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 27, TEMS, INCORPO- Americans with Disa- UNDIVIDED INTER- TICE ON THEM. lowing described prop- Court for Okaloosa
PUBLIC RECORDS By:Viki Jackson RATED, AS NOMINEE abilities Act, persons EST IN THE COMMON erty, in Okaloosa County, Florida, Pro-
OF OKALOOSA Deputy Clerk FOR LITTON LOAN with disabilities need- ELEMENTS, IF ANY, All other creditors of County, Florida, to-wit: bate Division, the ad-
COUNTY, FLORIDA. SERVICING LP; ing special accommo- APPURTENANT the decedent and other Lot 1, Block 20 GAR- dress of which is 101
Publish in Crestview COMMODORE'S dation to participate in T H E R E O F , persons having claims DEN CITY, According James Lee Boulevard,
And which postal ad- News Bulletin' LANDING OWNER'S this proceeding should SUBJUECT TO AND or demands against to the Plat thereof as Room 210, Crestview,
dress is: Invoice To: Florida ASSOCIATION, INC.; contact Court Adminis- IN ACCORDANCE decedent's estate must recorded in Plat Book Florida 32536. The
2429 Martin Drive, Default Law Group, are the Defendants, I tration at 1250 N. Eglin WITH THE COVE- file their claims with this 1, Page 10, of the pub- name and address of
Niceville, FL 32578 P.L. will sell to the highest Parkway, Shalimar, FL, NANTS, CONDI- court WITHIN 3 lic records of Okaloosa the Personal Repre-
P.O. Box 25018. and best bidder for 32579; telephone num- TIONS, RESTRIC- MONTHS AFTER THE County, Florida sentative and the Per-
at 'Public Sale, to the Tampa, Florida cash at IN FRONT OF ber (850) 651-7497, TIONS, TERMS AND DATE OF THE FIRST And sonal Representative's
highest bidder, for 33622-5018 CLERK'S FRONT prior to the proceeding. .OTHER PROVISION PUBLICATION OF Lot 3, Block 20, GAR- attorney are set forth
cash, at the at the front F 0 8 0 1 7 7 9 9 DOOR OF SHALIMAR OF SAID DECLARA- THIS NOTICE DEN CITY, According below.
door of the Okaloosa LITTON-CONV-abiven ANNEX at 11:00AM, on 09/12/09 TION, ACCORDING to the Plat thereof as All creditors of the de-
County Courthouse **See Americans with the 6 day of October, 09/19/09 TO THE DECLARA- ALL CLAIMS NOT recorded in Plat Book cedent and other per-
Annex 1250 N. Eglin Disabilities Act 2009, the following de- TION OF CONDOMIN- FILED WITHIN THE 1, Page 10, of the pub- sons having claims or
Parkway, Shalimar, IMPORTANT' scribed property as set IUM THEREOF RE- TIME PERIODS SET lic records of Okaloosa demands against
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. forth in said Final Judg- CORDED IN OFFICIAL FORTH IN SECTION County, Florida. decedent's estate on
C.S.T. on the 17 day of In accordance ment: Legal # 100857 RECORD BOOK 2098, 733.702 OF THE FLOR- Pursuant to the Final whom a copy of this
November, 2009. with the Americans PAGE 1044, AND IDA PROBATE CODE Judgment of Foreclo- notice is served within
with Disabilities Act, UNIT NUMBER 115, OKALOOSA ISLAND AMENDED BY DOCU- WILL BE FOREVER sure entered in the three months after the
ANY PERSON CLAIM- persons with disabili- C 0 M M 0 D 0 R ES LEASEHOLD CON- MENT RECORDED IN BARRED. above styled cause. date of the first publica-
ING AN INTEREST IN.ties needing special LANDING PHASE VERSION OFFICIAL RECORD The sale of these two tion of this notice must
THE SURPLUS FROM accommodation to III-B, A CONDOMIN- REQUEST FOR BIDS BOOK 2107, PAGE NOTWITHSTANDING properties shall be con- file their claims with this
THE SALE, IF ANY, participate in this pro- IUM, ACCORDING TO ON HOLIDAY '1528, OF THE PUBLIC THE TIME PERIODS ducted separately. court WITHIN THE
OTHER THAN THE ceeding should con- THE PLAT THEREOF ISLE/OKALOOSA IS- RECORDS A. OF SET FORTH ABOVE, Any person claiming an LATER OF THREE
PROPERTY OWNER tact Court Administra- RECORDED IN CON- LAND PROPERTY OKALOOSA COUNTY, ANY CLAIM FILED interest in the surplus MONTHS AFTER THE
AS OF THE DATE OF tion at 101 James Lee DOMINIUM PLAT FLORIDA. TWO (2) YEARS OR from the sale, if any, DATE OF THE FIRST
THE LIS PENDENS Boulevard East, BOOK 6, PAGES NOTICE IS HEREBY MORE AFTER THE other than the property PUBLICATION OF
MUST FILE A CLAIM Crestview, FL, 83-87, OF THE PUB- GIVEN That The Board A/K/A 73 SHIRAH DECEDENT'S DATE OF owner as of the date of THIS NOTICE OR
WITHIN 60 DAYS AF- 32536-3515; tele- LIC RECORDS OF of County Commission- STREET 202, DESTIN, DEATH IS BARRED. the Lis Pendens, must THIRTY DAYS AFTER
TER THE SALE. phone number (850) OKALOOSA COUNTY, ers Of Okaloosa FL 32541 file a claim within sixty THE DATE OF SERV-
689-5000, Extension FLORIDA, TOGETHER County, Florida, will The date of first publi- (60) days after the date ICE OF A COPY OF
WITNESS my hand and 7497, prior to the pro- WITH AN UNDIVIDED open sealed Bids on Any person claiming cation of this notice is of the sale. THIS NOTICE ON T
the Seal of this Court ceeding. or Shalimar SHARE IN THE COM- the 1st day of October, an interest in the sur- September 19, 2009., Dated this the 31 day HEM.
this 1 day of Septem- (850) 651-7497 MON ELEMENTS AP- 2009, 10:00 a.m., plus from the sale, if of Aug., 2009. All other creditors of
ber, 2009. P U R T E N A N T Room 204, -302 N. Wil- any other than the Attorney for Personal the decedent and per-
IMPORTANT THERETO IN AC- son Street, Okaloosa property owner as of Representative: DON W. HOWARD, sons having claims or
Clerk of the Circuit CORDANCE WITH County Courthouse Ex- the date of the Lis Nathan D. Boyles CLERK OF CIRCUIT demands against the
Court In accordance AND SUBJECT TO tension, Crestview, Pendens must file a Florida Bar. No. COURT : OF estate of the decent
By! Viki Jackson with the Americans THE COVENANTS, Florida, From: claim within sixty (60) 0050403 OKALOOSA COUNTY, mustfile their claims
Deputy Clerk with Disabilities Act, CONDITIONS, RE- days after the sale. 204 North Main Street FLORIDA with this Court WITHIN
persons with disabili- STRICTIONS, TERMS John S. Kirkpatrick Crestview, Florida BY: Vickie Jackson THREE MONTHS AF-
09/12/09 ties needing special AND OTHER PROVI- Lot 28, Block E, Holi- WITNESS MY HAND 32536 , Deputy Clerk TER THE DATE OF
09/19/09 accommodation to SIONS OF THE DEC- day Isle Residential and the seal of this T e I e p h o n e : THE FIRST PUBLICA-
participate In this pro- LARATION OF CON- Section No. 4, accord- Court on September 3, 850-689-8505 Certificate of service TION OF THIS NO-
ceeding should con- DOMINIUM FOR ing to the plat thereof 2009. I hereby certify that a TICE.
Legal # 100846 tact Court Administra- C O M M O D O R E S as recorded in Plat Personal Represehta- copy of the foregoing
tion at 1250 N. Eglin LANDING, A CONDO- Book 4, Page 29 of the Don W. Howard tive: Notice of Sale has ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
IN THE CIRCUIT Parkway, Shalimar, MINIUM AND THE Public Records of Clerk of the Circuit Chadwick Avery been furnished to the MANDS NOT SO FILED
COURT OF THE FL, 32579; telephone SCHEDULES AN- Okaloosa County, Flor- Court 137 Shady Lane following: WILL BE FOREVER
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- number (850) NEXED THERETO, AS ida By: Viki Jackson Crestview, Florida Jack Locklin, Jr. BARRED. The date of
CUIT 651-7497, prior to the RECORDED IN OFFI- Deputy Clerk 32536 Locklin, Jones & Saba, the first publication o
IN AND FOR proceeding. CIAL RECORDS Annette Lee PA. 6460 Justice Ave- this notice pis Setemi
OKALOOSA COUNTY, BOOK 1190, PAGES Florida Default Law 09/19/09 nue Milton Florida ber 12, 2009.
FLORIDA 09/12/09 1353-1416, OF THE Lot 228, Block 5, Santa Group, RL. 09/26/09 32570 Attorney for
CIVIL ACTION 09/19/09 PUBLIC RECORDS Rosa Island, according P.O. Box 25018 Plaintiff Personal Representa-
OF OKALOOSA to the plat thereof as Tampa, Florida ive:
THE BANK OF NEW COUNTY, FLORIDA recorded in Plat Book33622-5018LEGAL#120346 Raptor Financial rtn an Pal
YORK, AS SUCCES- Legal # 100848 ND THE AMEND- 2, Page 84 of the Pub- Servies, LLC mettoLane 116 Pal-
SOR IN INTEREST TO MENTS THERETO lic Records of IMPORTANT IN THE CIRCUIT c/o-Deborah J. Fon- metto Avenue
JPMORGAN CHASE plackman Fire District ADDING PHASE Il-A Okaloosa County, Flor- In accordance with the COURT FOR THE taine, Registered Agent Mary Esther, Florida
BANK, NATIONAL AS- Inc. AND PHASE II-B AND ida. . Americans with Disabil- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 6596 Bill Lundy Ro.ad 32569
SOCIATION, AS TRUS- RO. Box 279 THE SCHEDULES AN- cities Act, persons with CUIT IN AND FOR Laurel Hill, FL 32567 Attorneys for Personal
TEE FOR FIRST NLC Baker Fl. 32531 NEXED THERETO, AS Bid Forms may be pro- disabilities needing OKALOOSA COUNTY, AtRepresentative rsonal
TRUST 2005-2 850-537-9049 RECORDED IN OFFI- cured from Signet Land special accommoda- FLORDA CIVIL DIVI Wesley T. Fontaine Jesse F. Suber, Es-
MORTGAGE-BACKED CIAL RECORDS Title and Escrow, Inc. tion to participate in SIONCASE 6596 Bill Lundy Road Jesse
CERTI F I CAT ES , The proposed 2010 BOOK 1213, PAGES 4980 S. Ferdon Blvd, this proceeding should NO.2008-CA-6249S Laurel Hill Florida Florida Bar No.
SERIES 2005-2, budget for the Black- 30-42, OF THE PUB- Crestview, FL 32536. contact Court Adminis- T AT 32567 0380891
Plaintiff, man Fire District Inc. is LIC RECORDS OF tration at 101 James BANK OF FLORIDA by regular U.S. ma Henry, Buchanan, Hud-
as follows: OKALOOSA COUNTY, The Board reserves the Lee Boulevard East, BANKOF FLORIDA, this 31 day of Aug., son, Suber&Carter
CASE NO. r FLORIDA AND THE right to reject any and Crestview, FL, Plaintiff, 2009. Post Office Box 14079
46-2008-CA-1597S Training Fund A M E N D M E N T S all proposals and to 32536-3515; telephone Don W. Howard Tallahassee, Florida
vs. - $2,000.00 THERETO ADDING waive minor irregulari- number (850) vs- Clerk of Court 32317-4079
DIVISION Emergency Funds PHASE III-A AND THE ties I the proposals 689-5000, Extension RAPTOR FINANCIAL BY: Vickie Jackson T(50) 222-2920
$5,000.00' SCHEDULES AN- submitted. 7497, prior to the pro- F:(850) 224-0034FINANCIAL
COLLEEN DALY, et al, Legal Advertisement NEXED THERETO AS ceeding. or Shalimar SERVICES, LLC, 9/12/2009) 224-0034
Defendant(s). $200.00 . RECORDED IN OFFI- OKALOOSA COUNTY (850) 651-7497 GEORGE WELEYON- 9/19/2009 9/12/2009
Attorney Fees $500.00 CIAL RECORDS BOARD OF TAINE, WESLEY T.9/19/2009
NOTICE OF FORE- Vehicle Insurance/ BOOK 1244, PAGES COUNTY COMMIS- IMPORTANT FONTAINE AND DEBO- 9/19/2009
.CLOSURE SALE M a i n t e n a n c e 1280-1282, AND THE SIONERS In accordance with the RAH J. FONTAINE
$16,500.00 AM E'NDMENTS Americans with Disabil- Defendants.
NOTICE IS HEREBY Facility Maintenance THERETO ADDING BY: William J. Roberts, ities Act, persons with
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- $10,300.00 ' PHASE III-B AND THE III, disabilities needing
nal Judgment of Mort- Audit $5,000.00 SCHEDULES AN- Chairman special accommoda- _ ....._
gage Foreclosure Dispatch Fees NEXED THERETO AS tion to participate in
dated July 02, 2009 $1,200.00 RECORDED IN OFFI- 09/19/09 this proceeding should
and entered in Case Forestry Grant CIAL RECORDS 09/26/09 contact Court Adminis-
No. 46-2008-CA-1597 S $7,000.00 BOOK 1360, PAGE traction at 1S50 N. Eglin * T ' F_ r
of the Circuit Court of Fees $3,200.00 1082, OF THE PUBLIC Parkway, Shalimar, FL, _______La____I _______
the FIRST Judicial Cir- Insurance $17,000.00 RECORDS OF Legal # 100858 32579; telephone num-
cuit in and for TOTAL: $67,900.00 OKALOOSA COUNTY, ber (850) 651-7497,
OKALOOSA County, FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT prior to the proceeding.- -
Florida wherein THE COURT IF THE FIRST
BANK OF NEW YORK, Legal # 100849 A/K/A 330 BLUEFISH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 9/19/2009
TERAS SUCCESSOR IN IN-T TO IN THE CIRCUIT DRIVE UNIT 115, AND FOR OKALOOSA 9/26/2009 Chld Care S-110, ex- Able Concrete
JPMORGAN CHASE COURT OF THE FORT WALTON COUNTY, FLORIDA ChissCre Sashiex
BANK, NATIONAL AS- FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- BEACH, FL 32548 CIVIL ACTION CASE perienced, registered Tear out, replacement Presse shingce
ATION S- FRST JUDCAL CR- BEACH, FL 32548 NO.: CA 005379 S DI- Legal # 100864 provider. 398-8832 driveways, patios. Free Homes, Brick, Vinyl,
SOCIATION, AS TRUS- CUlT IH6 Est. Open 7 days/wkNmes, ck,
TEE FOR FIRST NLC IN AND FOR Any person claiming an VISION: Lic/Ins 850-685-6248 Driveways, Sidewalks
TRUST 2005-2 OKALOOSA COUNTY interest in the surplus IN THE CIRCUITask e. 8Callred 682-7347
TRUST 2005-2 OKALOOSA COUNT from the sale if an yWELLS FARGO BANK, COURT FOR Parents! Concrete grade, form, ask for Fred or Zach
MORTGAGE-BACKED, CIVIL ACTION other than the property NA, OKALOOSA COUNTY It's not too late to enroll pour, finish, Errand LLC
owner as of the date of Plaintiff, FLORIDA PROBATE your child in the 'ree 850-892-7051
SERIES 2005-2, is the the Ls Pendens must DIVISION FILE NO. Voluntary Pre-K pro-
Plaintiff and COLLEEN DEUTSCHE BANK NA- file Lis Pendens musx vs 090 CP 960 gram. Twin Hills Learn
DALY; WILLIAM M. TIONAL TRUST COM- file a claim swi.thin sly 090 CP 960 g Cn Ws still
DALY; are the De- PANY AS TRUSTEE (60) days after the sale. JAMES A CROCKER, IN RE: ESTATE OF has openings for 4 and
pendants, I will sell to FO TRUST 2005-1O WITNESS MY HAND JR, ET AL, DON LOREN LYDIC 5 year olds. For those 2 Brothers Farm Direct
bidder for cash at IN ASSET-BACKED CER and the seal of this Defendant(s) ak/a DON LYDIC who would like to take Handyman Service Centipede, Zoysia, St.
STIFICATESeptember 2, NOTIEOFRE Deceased. advantage of this ree Were in the book! Augustine, Bermuda
FRONT OF CLERK'S OT, 20 NOTICE OF RE- program. Twin Hills has Wer5i the book AgsWedliver & install
FRONT DOOR OF 2005-1., 209. SCHEDULED FORE- NOTICE TO CREDI- applications to sign up 902-5998902-3282 We deliver & install
SHALIMAR ANNEX at Plaintiff, Don W Howard CLOSURE SALE TORS your child. For further Handyman 30 years uncoast Sod Farms
11:00AM, on the 29 day CASE NO. 2007 CA Clerk of the Circuit information contact us construction experi-
of September, 2009, CASE NO. 2007 CA Court NOTICE IS HEREBY The administration of at 689-1663 or ence 850-892-7051
the following described 006018 S GIVEN pursuant to an the estate of Don Loren 682-0212. Harold Gaines Service. Lic. & Ins. Lo-
property as set forth in vsal Judgment: DIVISION By:Viki Jackson Order Rescheduling Lydic, deceased, Repairs, Remodeling, cavly owned and oper-
Deputy Clerk Foreclosure Sale dated whose date of death Additions, Concrete/ ated Lee 850-460-1257
September 1. 2009 and was July 26. 2009. and Parking Lot Work, or
LOT 30, BLOCK 5 ANGELA NICHOLS Crestvi entered in Case No. whose social security Carpentry and Roofing. Michelle 850-758-2031
CASA LOMA SUBDI- A/KI A ANGELA M News Bulletish in Crestview2007-CA-005379 S of number XXX-XX-2098. Lic. #RG 0005399.Miee578
VISION, ACCORDING NICHOLSet al Invoice To: Florida De- the Circuit. Court of the file number 090 CP 960 850-862-0383
TO PLAT RECORDED Defendant(s). fault Law Group. PL FIRST Judicial Circuit is pending in the Circuit
IN PLAT BOOK 3, PO. Box 25018 in and for OKALOOSA Court for Okaioosa Lasco Handyman
PAGE 49, PUBLIC NOTICE OF RE- Tampa. Florida County. Florida County. Florida. Pro- Inc. Licensed and In-
RECORDS OF SCHEDULED FO RE- 33625018 wherein WELLS bate Division. the ad- Honest & Dependabled Honest and
OKALOOSA COUNTY CLOSURE ALE F 0 7 0 5 3 1 6 2 FARGO BANK. NA is dress of which is 101 E. Lady will clean your dependable, refer-
FLORIDA. LITTON-CONV-abiven the Plaintiff and JAMES James Blvd.. Crest- house'apartment on ences Call Terr Stucco, Plastering,
NOTICE IS HEREBY "See Americans with A CROCKER, JR; view. Florida 32536 your schedule. Free 902-3928 Stone, Repairs, Errand
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bidder for cash at
Okaloosa County
LEGAL#120348 Courthouse, front door,
101 E. James Lee
IN THE CIRCUIT Blvd., Crestview, FL; at
COURT OF THE 11:00 AM on Septem-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ber 30 2009, the follow-
CUIT ing described property
IN AND FOR as set forth in said Final
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Judgment, to wit:
FLORIDA LOT 15, BLOCK B,
CIVIL ACTION CASE HERITAGE PLANTA-
NO: 462009CA001729 TION PHASE I, AC-
FILE NO:F09030193 CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, RE-
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BANK FSB, BOOK 22, PAGE 68,
Plaintiff, OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
vs. COUNTY, FLORIDA
Any person claiming an
GLORIA SANCIO , et interest in the surplus
al, from the sale, if any,
Defendant(s). other than the property
owner as of the date of
NOTICE OF ACTION the lis pendens must
file a ciaim within 60
TO: days after the sale.
GLORIA SANCIO
LAST KNOWN AD- Don W. Howard
DRESS: 100 N HER- As Clerk of the Court
MITAGE UNIT #716
CHICAGO, IL 60616 By: Vicki Jackson
As Deputy Clerk
CURRENTADDRESS: Dated this 1 day of
100 N HERMITAGE September, 2009.
UNIT #716
CHICAGO, IL 60616 IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
ANY AND ALL UN- Americans with Disabil-
KNOWN PARTIES ties Act, persons need-
CLAIMING BY, ing a reasonable ac-
THROUGH, UNDER, commodation to partic-
AND AGAINST THE ipate in this proceeding
HEREIN NAMED INDI- should, no later than
VIDUAL DEFEND- seven (7) days prior,
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT contact the Clerk of the
KNOWN TO BE DEAD Court's disability coor-
OR ALIVE, WHETHER dinator at 8506517497,
SAID UNKNOWN PAR- 12250 N Eglin PKWY
TIES MAY CLAIM AN SUITE A114,
INTEREST AS SHALIMAR FL, 32579.
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE- If hearing impaired,
VISEES, GRANTEES, contact (TDD)
OR OTHER CLAIM- 8009558771 via Florida
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in and for Okaloosa,
Florida, wherein 09/
SUNTRUST MORT- 09/
GAGE, INC. DBA -
SUNTRUST BANK, is a LE
Plaintiff and TERRY C.
HARRIS: ROMINA P
HARRIS are the De- C
fendants. I will sell to Ol
the highest and best


i-Ezra & Katz, PA.
irneys for Plaintiff
1 Stirling Road,
te 300 Fort Laud-
ate, Florida 33312
'phone:(305)770-41
Fax:(305)653-2329

12/2009
19/2009

GAL#120351
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
RST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
KALOQSA COUNTY,
LORIDA CIVIL AC-
TION CASE
O:2008CA000071 S
DIVISION FILE
NO:F07064476
H MORTGAGE
RPORATION
ntiff,


JIS A. PEACOCK, et
endant(s).

TICE OF RE-
HEDULED FORE-
OSURE SALE
TICE IS HEREBY
'EN pursuant to an
ler Rescheduling
closure Sale dated
gust 24, 2009 and
ered in Case No.
8CA000071S of the
:uit Court of the
ST Judicial Circuit
and for OKALOOSA
inty, Florida
rein PHH MORT-
GE CORPORATION,


the Plaintiff and
JIS A. PEACOCK;
AINE K. PEACOCK;
the Defendants, I
sell to the highest
d best bidder for
h at IN FRONT OF
ERKS FRONT
OR OF SHALIMAR
NEX AT 11:OOAM,on
29 day of Septem-
2009, the following
ascribed property as
forth in said Final
Pigment:
T 1, BLOCK A OF
A HILLS, ACCORD-
. TO THE PLAT
EREOF AS RE-
RDED IN PLAT
OK 5, PAGE 23, OF
E PUBLIC REC-
DS OF OKALOOSA
UNTY, FLORIDA.
/A 624 SEA OATS
IVE, DESTIN, FL
541
y person claiming an
*rest in the surplus
m the sale,if any,
er than the property
ner as of the date of
Lis Pendens must
a claim within sixty
) days after the sale.
FNESS MY HAND
d the seal of this
urt on Aug. 27,
19.

n. W. Howard
rk of the Circuit
urt
Vicki Jackson
puty Clerk

rida Default Law
)up. PL. RO. Box
018 Tampa, Florida
122-5018
PORTANT
accordance with the
ericans with Disabil-
s Act, persons with
abilities . needing
ecial accommoda-
n to participate in
proceeding should
itact Court Adminis-
ion at 101 James
e Boulevard East,
'stview, Fl.
536-3515; telephone
mber (850)689-5000,
ension 7497, prior to
proceeding.or
h a I i m a r
0)651-7497

PORTANT
accordance with the
ericans with Disabil-
s Act persons with
abilities needing
ecial accommoda-
n to participate in
i proceeding should
intact Court Adminis-
ion at 1250 N. Eglin
'kway, Shalimar. FL
579; telephone num-
(8500651-7497,
or to the proceeding.
12/2009
19/2009
GAL#120352
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
KALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE


Classifieds




NO.:2009CA004760C LEGAL#120361 NORTH 90 DEGREES Mattress and Box Set, Logistics / Transport
00 MINUTES 00 SEC- Full Size Still sealed
NATHAN D. BOYLES, IN THE CIRCUIT ONDS EAST ALONG from factory, new. Driver
et. al. COURT IN AND FOR THE SAID LINE OF $129. 850 471-0330
Plaintiffs, OKALOOSA COUNTY, BLOCK 5 A DISTANCE -- Need caring person
FLORIDA PROBATE OF 75.00 FEET TO . with good driving skills


VS. DIVISION CASE THE POB OF THE
NO:09CP950 PARCEL HEREIN DE-
HELEN REVA BROWN, SCRIBED.
et. al. IN RE: ESTATE OF
Defendants VERNIE E. A/K,/A 501 Anderson
HARRELSON a/k/a V.E. Street, Crestview, FL
NOTICE OF ACTION HARRELSON 32536
Deceased.
TO: HELEN REVA Any person claiming an
BROWN NOTICE TO CREDI- interest in the surplus
REVA MARIE BROWN TORS from the sale, if any,
CANDY LEE PRESTON other than the property
JAMES D. POSTON The administration of owner as of the date of
Y.L. ANTHONY the estate of VERNIE E. the Lis Pendens must
HARRELSON de- file a claim within sixty
YOU ARE NOTIFIED ceased, File Number (60) days after the sale.
that an action to quiet 09-CP-950 is pending
title on the following in the Circuit Court for WITNESS MY HAND
described property lo- Okaloosa County, Flor- and the seal of this
cated in- Okaloosa ida, Probate Division, Court on September 4,
County, Florida: the address of which is 2009.
LAKEWOOD ESTATES 101 E. James Lee
LOTS 20 TO 26 INCLU- Blvd., Crestview, Flor- Don W. Howard
SIVE, BLOCK H. ALL ida 32536. The names Clerk of the Circuit
LYING AND BEING IN and address of the per- Court
SECTION 09, TOWN- sonal representatives By: Vicki Jackson
SHIP 2 NORTH, and the personal repre- Deputy Clerk
RANGE 25 WEST. sentatives' attorney are
has been filed against set forth below. Florida Default Law
you and you are re- All creditors of the de- Group, PL. P.O. Box
quired to serve a copy cedent and other per- 25018 Tampa, Florida
of your written de- sons having claims or 33622-5018
fenses, if any, to it on demands against
Nathan D. Boyles, decedent's estate, in- IMPORTANT
plaintiffs' attorney cluding unmatured, In accordance with the
whose address is 204 contingent or unliqui- Americans with Disabil-
North Main Street; dated claims, on whom cities Act, persons with
Crestview, Florida a copy of this notice is disabilities needing
32536 on or before served must file their special accommoda-
October 13, 2009 and claims with this court tion to participate in
file the original with the WITHIN THE LATER this proceeding should
clerk of this court either OF 3 MONTHS AFTER contact Court Adminis-
before service on plain- THE DATE OF THE tration at 101 James
tiffs' attorney or imme- FIRST PUBLICATION Lee Boulevard East,
diately thereafter; oth- OF THIS NOTICE OR Crestview, FL,
erwise a default will be 30 DAYS AFTER THE 32536-3515; telephone
entered against you for DATE OF SERVICE OF number (850)
the relief demanded in A COPY OF THIS NO- 689-5000, Extension
the complaint or peti- TICE ON THEM. 7497, prior to the pro-
tion. All other creditors of ceeding. or Shalimar
the decedent and other (850) 651-7497
DATED on September persons having claims
1,2009. or demands against IMPORTANT
decedent's estate, in- In accordance with the
DON HOWARD cluding unmatured, Americans with Disabil-
As Clerk of the Court contingent or unliqui- cities Act, persons with
dated claims, must file disabilities needing
By:Kitty Sims their claims with this special accommoda-
As Deputy Clerk court WITHIN 3 tion to participate in
MONTHS AFTER THE this proceeding should
09/12/2009 DATE OF THE FIRST contact Court Adminis-
09/19/2009 PUBLICATION OF tration at 1250 N. Eglin
09/26/2009 THIS NOTICE. Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
10/03/2009 ALL CLAIMS NOT SO 32579; telephone rium-
FILED WILL BE FOR- ber (850) 651-7497,
EVER BARRED. prior to the proceeding.
LEGAL#120360 The date of first publi-
cation of this Notice is 9/19/2009
IN THE CIRCUIT September 19, 2009 9/26/2009
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- , Attorney for Personal
CUIT Representative: Bill E.
IN AND FOR Parker-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Fl/bar/no.134450 P.O. I 1120
FLORIDA Box 1131 Crestview, Fl. Elks Lodge Turkey
CIVIL ACTION CASE 32536 (850)682-4820 Shoot starts 9:00 a.m.
NO:2007CA004431S Sept. 26, 2009. Good
FILE NO:F07035808 Personal Representa- prizes come enjoy the
tive: Elaine H. Burgess day with good friends.
WELLS FARGO BANK, 402 W. Oakdale Ave- Hwy 90 East to
NA, nue Crestview, FI Fairchild Rd. follow
Plaintiff, 32536 signs.

JEAN CHRISTINE 9/26/2009
PICKETT, et al, | 1150
Defendant(s). LEGAL#120362 Meet nice singles,
Christian values. FREE
NOTICE OF RE- IN THE CIRCUIT catalog. Call
SCHEDULED FORE- COURT OF THE 931-879-4625
CLOSURE SALE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR White Male 5'9" 175
NOTICE IS HEREBY OKALOOSA COUNTY, 70's Retired. Searching
GIVEN pursuant to an FLORIDA CIVIL AC- for a white lady 5'5"
Order Rescheduling TION CASE slender weight,
Foreclosure Sale dated NO:2007CA291C DIVI- 100-125, 62 to early
September 1, 2009 and SION FILE 70's. Write RLB PO Box
entered in Case NO. NO:F07000371 876, Crestview, Fla.
2007 CA 004431 S of 32536 or call
the Circuit Court of the WELLS FARGO BANK, 850-689-8038
FIRST Judicial Circuit NA, AS TRUSTEE
in and for OKALOOSA Plaintiff,


County, Florida
wherein WELLS vs.
FARGO BANK, NA, is
the Plaintiff and JEAN JOSHUA M. FRANCIS,
CHRISTINE PICKETT; et al,
PAUL A. PICKETT Defendant(s)
A/K/A PAUL A. PICK-
ETT, JR.; are the De- NOTICE OF FORECLO-
fendants, I will sell to SURE SALE
the highest and best
bidder for cash at IN NOTICE IS HEREBY
FRONT OF CLERK'S GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
FRONT DOOR OF nal Judgment of Mort-
SHALIMAR ANNEX at gage Foreclosure
11:00AM, on the 6 day dated September 03,
of October, 2009, 'the 2009 and entered in
following described C a s - e
property as set forth in No.2007-CA-291-C of
said Final Judgment: the Circuit Court of the
LOT 7, BLOCK E, FIRST, Judicial Circuit
PINEWOOD ESTATES, in and for OKALOOSA
ACCORDING TO THE County, Florida
PLAT THEREOF AS wherein WELLS
RECORDED IN PLAT FARGO BANK, NA, AS
BOOK 5, PAGE 80, TRUSTEE, is the Plain-
PUBLIC RECORDS OF tiff and JOSHUA M.
OKALOOSA COUNTY, FRANCIS; ELIZABETH
FLORIDA. EDWARDS-FRANCIS;
ANY AND ALL UN-
A/K/A 308 SABAL KNOWN PARTIES
PALM DRIVE, CLAIMING BY,
NICEVILLE, FL 32578 THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
Any person claiming an HEREIN NAMED INDI-
interest in the surplus VIDUAL DEFEND-
from the sale, if any, ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
other than the property KNOWN TO BE DEAD
owner as of the date of OR ALIVE, WHETHER
the Lis Pendens must SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
file a claim within sixty TIES MAY CLAIM AN
(60) days after the sale. INTEREST AS
WITNESS MY HAND SPOUSES, HEIRS, DE-
and the seal of this VISEES, GRANTEES,
Court on September 2, OR OTHER CLAIM-
2009. ANTS; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGIS-
Don W. Howard TRATION SYSTEMS
Clerk of the Circuit INCORPORATED AS
Court NOMINEE FOR OWNIT
MORTGAGE SOLU-
By:Vicki Jackson TIONS, INC.; are the
Deputy Clerk Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
Florida Default Law bidder for cash at
Group, PL. CRESTVIEW: IN
RO. Box 25018 FRONT OF CLERK'S
Tampa, Florida FRONT DOOR OF THE
33622-5018 OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
IMPORTANT 11:00AM, on the 2nd
In accordance with the day of October, 2009,
Americans with Disa- the following described-
bilities Act, persons property as set forth in
with disabilities need- said Final Judgment;
ing special accommo- BEGIN AT THE SE
dation to participate in CORNER OF BLOCK 5,
this proceeding should MCCASKILL'S 2ND AD-
contact Court Adminis- DITION TO CREST-
tration at 101 James VIEW, FLORIDA,
Lee Boulevard East, OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Crestview, FL, THENCE PROCEED
32536-3515; telephone NORTH 00 DEGREES
number (850) 00 MINUTES 00 SEC-
689-5000, Extension ONDS EAST ALONG
7497, prior to the pro- THE EAST LINE OF
ceeding. or Shalimar SAID BLOCK 5, A DIS-
(850) 651-7497 TANCE OF 150.00
FEET; THENCE DE-
IMPORTANT PARTING THE EAST
In accordance with the LINE OF SAID BLOCK
Americans with Disa- 5, PROCEED SOUTH
abilities Act, persons 90 DEGREES 00 MIN-
with disabilities need- UTES 00 SECONDS
ing special accommo- WEST A DISTANCE
nation to participate in OF 75.00 FEET;
this proceeding should THENCE PROCEED
contact Court Adminis- SOUTH 00 DEGREES
trati6n at 1250 N. Eglin 00 MINUTES 00 SEC-
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, ONDS WEST A DIS-
32579; telephone num- TANCE OF 150.00
ber (850) 651-7497. FEET TO A POINT ON
prior to the proceeding. THE SOUTH LINE OF
9/19/2009 SAID BLOCK 5,
9/26/2009 THENCE PROCEED


I PfS a AIMALS ,
2100- Pets
2110- Pets: Free to
Good Home
2120 - Pet Supplies
2130 - Farm Animals/
Supplies
2140 - Pets/Livestock
Wanted
2150 -Pet Memorials




Guinea Pig w/cage
and accessories
looking for a great
home! Male less than
a year old raised with
small children, sadly
must get rid of due to
moms allergies.
Please call 305-9734



I 2110
Free Gold Lab mixed
with German Shep-
herd, female months
old. call 218-1849









3100 - Antiques
3110 - Appliances
3120 - Arts & Crafts
3130 - Auctions
3140 - Baby Items
3150 - Building Supplies
3160 - Business
Equipment
3170 - Collectibles
3180 - Computers
3190 - Electronics
3200 - Firewood
3220 - Furniture
3230 - Garage/Yard Safes
3240 - Guns
3250 - Good Things to Eat
3260 - Health & Fitness
3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
3280 - Machinery/
Equipment
3290 - Medical Equipment
3300 - Miscellaneous
3310 - Musical Instruments
3320 - Plants & Shrubs/
Supplies
3330 - Restaurant/Hotel
3340 - Sporting Goods
3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell)


. 3220
$785 Leather Sofa &
Loveseat set, new in
box. Lifetime warr. Can
deliver. 850-471-0330
All new Pillowtop Mat-
tress Queen/box spring
Fact. warr. $169 Can
deliver 850-471-0330.
King Mattress and 2 pc
box set. New. in plastic
Pillowtop. S225. 850
471-0330 Can deliver


& record to drive pa-
tients to out of town
appts. Primarily Mon &
Tues, no CDL req'd.
Call 682-1279 between
2-4pm only, M-F.C'view


GREEN & BOILED - -
PEANUTS. |HgfttE� E FOR RENT
HOLLAND FARMS.
1-877-675-6876 6100 - Business/
Commercial
:6120 -Beach Rentals
6130 - Condo/Townhouse
| 32S60 6140 - House Rentals
6150 - Roommate Wanted
Elliptical 6160 -Rooms for Rent
Trainer 6170 - Mobile Home/Lot
ne 6180- Out-of-Town Rentals
Schwinn Model 460 6190 - Timeshare Rentals
Recommended by 6200oo - Vacation Rentals
Consumer Reports.
Have only had it for 6
months. Asking $750
Retails for $1100. Call .
in RM. hours 689-2687
6100


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




Insurance

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Opportunity!
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Insurance Company
$100,000+ Earning
Potential, Benefits,
Pension, 401(k), BCBS
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Crestview
Office Space
Executive Offices in
McClain, Office Plaza
on Hwy 85. Only 6
units left! Rate in-
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high speed internet,
common area main-
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cleaning. 682-0791









$99 Move In
Special!
Crestview- Quiet well-
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Crestview News Bulletin I 1 1


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NEW rOAV

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Saturday Sept. 19th-
Sunday Sept 20th
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Turn Left onto Sikes
Drive just past Tom
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Must empty house.
Most items will go.
Everything you can
.imagine.
Make an Offer

Crestview
MULTI-FAMILY
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household items.
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Gun Show
FWB
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Sept. 19 & 20
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Free Parking
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floridagunshows.com


WANTED
WWII M1 carbine, M1
Grand, bayonets &
other WWII items for
my collection, any
condition. 683-9810


Sales/Business Dev.

Single Copy
Merchandiser

The Northwest Flor-
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Walton Beach, FL, is
seeking a self- moti-
vated energetic indi-
vidual to further in-
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E-mail resume to
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Jim Vavala,
The News Herald
R 0. Box 1940
Panama City, FL
32402.
Apply online at
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Crestview- 2 BR, 1 BA
$525. mo +$525 dep.
No pets 850-398-5757
or 850-420-1517
Crestview
Brookmeade Villas
Appt.Now Now taking
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32539. Call
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TDD/TTY 711 Equal
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FWB $593 2BR/1BA
W/D incl/ remodel/ near
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fW TflDAY





Crestvew- 3 br, 2 ba,
2cg, Ig fenced yard.
$790 mo+dd. Call Mrs.
Clean 850 855-5576
Crestview - Houses for
Rent. Several to
choose from. C'view,
Holt, & Dorcas areas.
Call scott 850-546-1192
Crestview 3br, 2ba,
lcg, AC, fenced yard.
$800/month + dep. No
smoking or pets.
Please call
850-398-0355.


NfEW TODAY

Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba,
2 cg, FR 1635sf. 3 yrs
old. $995 mo+dd. pet
ok 850-865-2823
Crestview- home for
rent, country.setting. 1
acre of land. 3br, 2ba.
$575. mo. 682-4280 or
699-4282
Crestview Nice 2br,
1ba apt. W/D, stove,
refrigerator, rear deck,
$500 mo + $500 dd.
850-682-6514
Laurel Hill- Newly Re-
modeled 2br house
split bath, partially furn.
$500 mo+ $500dd.
$100 dep for utils. No
pets 850-652-4155
NEWLY
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RATES

CRESTVIEW
+ 3 br, 1 ba Duplex
only $560 mo $560 dd
+ 2 br, 1 ba Duplex
only $500 mo/$500 dd

$25 app fee, MUST
provide references and
phone numbers for
these rates. References
will be verified.
For info call
682-7731




Crestview- Roommate
wanted to share quie
3br brick home. Auburr
area, $400mo includes
utils. Call 689-8978.



. 6170
Crestview- 2br, 2ba,
W/D hkup, on 10 acres.
New carpet, paint. $570
mo+dd. 850-832-0911
Crestview - 2BR/1BA &
3BR/1BA Both newly
remodeled inside. 2BR
$425. + $425.dd. 3BR
is $475. + $475.dd
water & garbage fur-
nished. Call 398-6246
or 305-0776 NO PETS
Crestview - MH's for
Rent. Several to
choose from. C'view,
Holt, & Dorcas areas.
Call Zeb 850-978-3672
C'view- 2 & 3 br MHs
newly remodeled, quiel
park $450 mo+dd Nc
Pets. 850-585-8192


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




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


I 7100
124 Kipling Dr.
3/2/2 Lot is 1/2 acre,
fenced and pond front.
Home is fantastically
beautiful. $169,000.
Scott at 850 858-7340

5948 Meadow
Lane
3/2/1 Gorgeous and
move in ready! Double
lot with timber in back.
$107,000. Rurual loan
would make payment
$740 with little down.
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850 243-2172



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on 1 acre lots for sale.
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$29,995.00 to
$49,995.00 Owner fi-
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Saturday, September 19, 2009


www. crestviewbu1)etin. com


News

& NOTES

BAYA fundraiser
The Baker Area Youth
Association is hosting a
fundraising raffle with the
grand prize being a deer hunt
in Kentucky valued at $2,000.
The five-day hunt is
scheduled for Nov. 15-19 in
Christian County, Ky., and
includes five days lodging, five
. days of hunting and $150 in
cash.
Raffle tickets are $20 each
or six for $100. Drawing will
be held Oct. 24 at the BAYA
game.You do not need to be
present to win.

Knights of Columbus
Golf Tournament
The Knights of Columbus
Council 7968 will host its
annual golf tournament Sept.
19 at Foxwood Country
Club at 8 a.m.
Cost for the tournament
is $31 for Foxwood
members and $45 for
non-members in a four-
man format. For more
information or to receive
an entry form, contact Pat
Quinn at 683-3585 or 225-
1390.

Shoal River Middle
School Golf
Tournament
The Shoal River Middle
School boys basketball
team will be sponsoring a
fundraiser golf tournament
on Oct. 2 with registration
starting at I I a.m. at
Foxwood Country Club
followed by golf at noon.
Entry fees for the
4-persoh best ball
tournament are $30 for
Foxwood members and $45
for non-members.
Cost includes lunch and
a chance to win a door
prize.
Prizes will be awarded
for the top three teams.
If you would like more
information on playing or
sponsoring a hole, contact
SRMS boys basketball coach
Mitch Buckelew at 689-
7229 or 689-2597.

Christian Thomhave
Memorial Golf
Tournament
The Christian Thomhave
Memorial Scholarship Fund
Golf Tournament is set
for Oct. 23 at Foxwood
Country Club.
Proceeds from the
annual tournament go to
provide scholarships to
local students at Northwest
Florida State College.
The two-person lowball
tournament starts at noon
Oct. 23 with six flights in
the tournament. Flights will
be established according to
handicaps and playing ability.
Prizes will be awarded in
each flight.
Entry fee for the
tournament is $34 for
Foxwood members and $44
for non-members.
Checks can be made
payable to Foxwood
Country Club.
For more information,
call B.J.Thomhave at 682-
2012 or 826-2012.

GFWC Golf
Tournament
The GFWCWoman's
Club of Crestview Inc. will
host its inaugural four-person
low ball golf tournament on
Oct.9 at Foxwood Country
Club.The entry fee is $50
per player and includes cart,
soft drink/water and lunch.
Prizes will be awarded
for closest to the pin and
the top three places for
men and women. Sign in
starts at 7 a.m. with an 8
a.m. shotgun start.
There will be 50/50 play,
handicap play and a live
auction.
Hole sponsorships are
available for $50 per hole.
Proceeds from this event
help support club charities.
For more information or an
entry form, call 682-1416,
217-5869 or 682-5324.


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No need to manufacture motivation in Florida vs. Tennessee match-up


Associated Press

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Lane Kiffin has
never been as big of an underdog as his
Tennessee Volunteers are against No. 1
Florida.
"I think I kind of like it for our players
because it kind of takes the pressure off of
them," the coach said Tuesday. "It's like
that (UCLA) game Saturday has taken
some of the pressure off of this game for
them and the build-up for it."
After a 19-15 loss to the Bruins in Knox-
ville last week, Tennessee (1-1) is a four-
touchdown underdog against Florida (2-0)
today.
Florida has dominated the annual
matchup with Tennessee under coach Ur-
ban Meyer. The Gators won the past two
games by a combined 63 points and have
won four straight.
Kiffih added spice to the matchup when
he said in the offseason he couldn't wait to
sing "Rocky Top" all night long after beat-
ing Florida this year.
Kiffin said he didn't think making such


a guarantee would give Florida any extra
ammunition on the field, but the Gators
plastered the quote around the team's
training facility this summer.
And it's been - and will likely continue
to be - the main topic of discussion this
week.
Still, the coach sees no reason to use the
underdog status to motivate his players.
"I don't really believe in the underdog
role for motivation," he said. "If you're
not motivated for this game, something's
wrong with you.
"It's Tennessee versus Florida, and re-
gardless of what the spread is and who's
the favorite and who's the underdog, it's a
big-time matchup - one that a lot of these
kids have watched for years when they
were growing up," he said. "I would be
shocked that either side needs to motivate
their players."
Florida's Tim Tebow agrees.
"It's an intense rivalry; it's a rivalry
where you'll go out there and play extreme-
ly hard," Tebow said. "It just gives you that
much more momentum, that much more


confidence in the rest of your season, so it's
a huge game for us."
Since the Southeastern Conference
split into divisions in 1992, Florida has been
favored over Tennessee more often than
not and has won 12 of the 17 games in that
period.
"We're underdogs. That's the history of
Tennessee," safety Eric Berry said. "Ev-
eryone always says that we're the under-
dog. That's one of the reasons I came here.
I like being the underdog. I like being the
dog on the bottom that has to fight his way
to the top."
Linebacker Rico McCoy might not
share Berry's love for the underdog status.
He still thinks it will help him play a little
harder, even when he's starting to feel a
little fatigued.
When informed just how much Florida
was favored on Tuesday, McCoy drew in a
deep breath and shook his head.
"Man. The game's still going to be
played," he said. "It's just a number they
throw out before the game. We determine
if that happens or not."


All aboard for Marianna ......


Bus available for those wanting

to attend FHSSAA meeting


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com

Every indication is that the
playing field between urban and
rural (public and private) might
soon be leveled.
In the past 20-25 years, the abil-
ity for small rural public schools to
compete with their urban private
school peers has become increas-
ingly alarming.
Earlier this year, Jay head foot-
ball coach and athletic director
Elijah Bell spearheaded another
effort to provide the small pub-
lic school an equal opportunity to
compete for state, rather than just
regional titles.
What started as a grassroots
movement in the Panhandle has
spread throughout the state.
Numerous meetings have been
held in recent months to lay the
foundation for a more balanced
Florida High School Athletic As-
sociation. Joining in the discussion
has been FHSAA Executive Direc-
tor Roger Dearing, a former head
coach and athletic director, who has
supported some sort of change.


Public meetings to discuss the
issues are now being held through-
out the state as the FHSAA .seeks
input from parents and fans.
A meeting will be held at Mari-
anna High School on Oct. 1 from
4:30 to 6:30 p.m. to give citizens
in this part of the state an oppor-
tunity to voice their opinions and
concerns.
Locally, Charles Cawthon is hop-
ing to take a busload of students,
parents and school administrators
to the Marianna meeting to voice
their support for a proposal that
will offer separate state champion-
ships for public and private schools
in the smallest classification.
The bus will leave First Baptist
Church of Crestview at 3:15 p.m. and
return at approximately 9 p.m. Cost
to ride the bus is S11 per person.
"It's all about the kids,"
Cawthon said. "No kid should ever
feel they will never have a chance
to win a state championship, and
that's what is happening now at
the small school level. I'm trying to
get it done because I think it will
make more of a statement if a bus-
load of people walk in (to the meet-
ing) rather than a handful."


Charles Cawthon, at right, is pictured here speaking with News
Bulletin sports editor Randy Dickson. Cawthon is trying to get
enough people together to charter a bus to Marianna to push for
separate state championships for public and private schools in the
smallest classification.


"The bottom line is we don't
have the 47 riders we need to raise
the money, and I'm also looking for
some sponsors."
The bus will stop at selected
spots along the interstate in Wal-
ton and Holmes counties to pick
up riders who want to make their
voices heard.
"We want students, we want
parents. grandparents and coach-
es that are tired - of getting it


shoved down their throat by pri-
vate schools for 20 and have very
little hope (to go and voice their
concerns)," Cawthon said.
"I think Dr. Dearing has taken
an honest incentive to do some-
thing; we will see if it occurs."
For more information about
riding the bus, contact Charles
Cawthon at 803-5061. Cawthon said
40 riders will be needed to take the
bus.


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