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Walker Elementary turns 20


Owls celebrate two decades in song, memories


Brian Hughes
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For many members of the community,
Walker Elementary School just doesn't
seem to be 20 years old. The wide hallways
still gleam just as bright, and the cupola
over the porte-cochere, reminiscent of the
traditional American schoolhouse, still
holds the promise of another day of fun
and learning for each student who passes
beneath it.
Nevertheless, the "new" school, on
Stillwell Boulevard in northeast Crestview,
took time out early Thursday afternoon to
mark its 20th birthday. .Two former prin-


cipals, former and present teachers, par-
ents, friends, school district representa-
tives and, of course, the Owls themselves
turned out in force for the occasion.
"Today's a very special day for Walk-
er Elementary School," said Principal
Jeanine Kirkland during her welcoming
remarks. "Twenty years ago, this school
was brand new. No children had learned
to read in it. No children had learned to do
math in it. It held a very special promise."
Guests, including former Walker prin-
cipals Janeane Williams and John Melton,
School District Assistant, Superinten-
See WALKER A3


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
CELEBRATING: Walker Elementary kindergartners
celebrate the school's 20th anniversary on Sept. 24.


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Michael Stewart
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It's a six-day ride from Milton to
Bonifay if you travel down U.S. 90 on
horseback or in a mule-drawn wag-
on.
.Just ask Elsinor, Ala., resident'
Tommy Tucker. For more than three
decades, Tucker and a band of horse
riders have made the, annual 100-
mile trek.


"We do about 14 to 16 miles a day,"
Tucker said.
Tucker is one of two buckboard
drivers and about 30 horseback rid-
ers who left Milton Saturday and
plan to reach Bonifay tomorrow for
the 65th annual Northwest Florida
Championship Rodeo.
The group call themselves the
"Heckowee Tribe."
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ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
TAKING A BREAK: Motorists stop to talk with
wagon and horse riders as they stop for
a breakfast break at the Crestview Burger
King. ON THE TRAIL: At top, trail riders from an
Escambia County group called "Heckowees"
are pictured along Highway 90 west of Holt
as they head toward Bonifay for the annual
rodeo. Photo by Michael Stewart, Crestview
News Bulletin.

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WATCH OUT: Neighbors in the Iron Gate I subdivision turn out for the arrival of
their new neighborhood watch sign, delivered by Crestview Police Lt. Kent
Buckner, the second adult to the right of the sign. Holding the sign in place are
Renee Phillippi, left of the sign, and Jennifer Kastner, who, with her husband,
James, is the local block captain.


Brian Hughes
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The folks in Crestview's
Iron Gate I neighborhood
don't always mill around in
n the middle of Broadsword
Lane. It's not that they don't
get along - quite the oppo-
site, in fact - but Thursday
evening was a special occa-
sion, and everyone turned
out for it.


The new Neighborhood
Watch sign had arrived.
Delivered by Lt. Kent
Buckner, community af-
fairs coordinator for the
Crestview Police Depart-
ment, the sign was origi-
nally going to be mounted
at Thursday's meeting,
but rains during the late
afternoon prevented a city
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Local


Wednesday, September 30, 2009


News BRIEFS


Coca-Cola truck
overturns on 1-10
A Coca-Cola truck
overturned on Interstate 10
Sunday night, five miles west of
the Crestview exit.
The accident happened at
9:38 p.m. in the eastbound lanes.
Traffic in both eastbound lanes
was blocked until 1 a.m., when
the truck was righted.


The driver, Paul Knapp, 56, of
Molino, sustained minor injuries
and was transported to North
Okaloosa Medical Center, a
Florida Highway Patrol report
states.
Knapp told troopers he saw
something in the road and
swerved to avoid hitting the
object when he lost control of the
truck.
A trooper said the truck left


skid marks for 158 feet before
overturning. Once it overturned,
the truck slid an additional 300
feet on its side, leaving gouge
marks and scrapes along the .
roadway, a press releases states.
The truck, which was fully
loaded, sustained $16,000 in
damage.
Knapp was wearing a
seatbelt, and alcohol was not a
factor in the accident, Trooper


Chris Fordham stated in the
press release. No charges were
filed in the accident.
- News Bulletin staff

Horse fall injures woman
BLACKMAN - Lifeflight
transported a woman to Sacred
Heart Hospital Monday morning
after the horse she was riding
fell on top of her.
The accident happened


shortly before 8 a.m. at the
Northwest Florida Speedway off
State Road 189 in the community
of Blackman.
The woman's name has not
been released. A dispatcher said
she is 36.
She was with a group of
horseback riders traveling to
Bonifay for that city's annual
rodeo.
- News Bulletin staff


Couple prepare to say goodbye to unborn son


Wendy Victora /
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW - For now,
Jonathan Tomaschko is a
tiny foot in his mom's ribs.
A ricochet of mini hiccups
jiggling her belly several
times a day.
Each time he moves,
his mom stops and
concentrates on what he
is doing. She doesn't want
to miss a minute of her
son's too-short life.
Jonathan is a baby
who might live his entire
life inside of his mom. If
he does not die before he
is born, he will die soon
after. A few minutes.
Maybe a few hours. Days
would take a miracle.
"Not compatible
with life" is the sterile
medical phrase assigned
to Jonathan's condition.
' Trisomy 13 is a rare,
always fatal, chromosomal
defect. His heart and
kidneys cannot function
outside of his mom's
womb. He has an extra
chromosome in every cell
of his body.
"Meeting our son alive
is our greatest desire in
all of this," says his mom,
Lauren, adding that she
and his dad, Greg, pray
that they will be able to
hold and comfort their son
when he dies.
"It's our chance to be


parents to him and to
show him how much we
love him, and by making
sure he's not alone when
he takes his final breaths)"
she says.
She has tried to
imagine what it will be
like laboring with her son,
hoping that he survives
the delivery, cradling him
in her arms.
It always makes her
cry.
"I imagine memorizing
every single part of his
body, the way he smells,
the noises he makes, and
declaring him 'beautiful'
and 'perfect' in spite
of any physical defects
Trisomy 13 has caused."

'The long pause'
The Tomaschkos, who
live in Crestview, gave
birth to their first child,
Kate, almost two years
ago.
Lauren is radiant in
her second pregnancy,
with a sleek baby bump
that doesn't quite measure
up to her first. Jonathan
will be smaller than their.
robust little girl.
When Lauren became
pregnant last spring,
they hoped for a boy to
complete their family. At
17 weeks, Lauren and
Greg went in for a routine
ultrasound to determine


the gender.
Their baby was a
boy, their obstetrician
told them. But she saw
something "kind of
abnormal" during that
ultrasound.
The Tomaschkos
remember "the long
pause" while the doctor
looked at the black and
white image. It was quiet
in the room. They waited.
"You could tell she was
looking him over,"'Greg
says.
Two days later, they
were sitting in the office
of a high-risk specialist
in Pensacola. Almost
immediately, a high-level
ultrasound picked up one
serious problem after
another.
"We were holding each
other's hands. We were
both crying," Lauren
recalls. "We knew we were
dealing with something
that could change our
lives."
They chose to have
an amniocentesis that
day, although they were
concerned about the
slight risk of miscarriage
associated with the test.
But there were so many
apparent problems that
doctors stressed that
more information was
needed.
Within days, they had
the official diagnosis:


Trisomy 13.
The Tomaschkos made
it clear that ending the
pregnancy was not an
option.
Initially, they hoped
Lauren would have a
miscarriage. Almost
immediately they changed
their minds.
This was God's plan for
.them, for Jonathan.
"We just knew deep.
inside that no natter
what, he was our son,"
Lauren says. "And we
were going to continue the
pregnancy.
"We had to really
believe that this was part
of God's plan for us," she
adds. "That God didn't
make any mistakes when
he created our son.

Finding words
Within days of learning
that their baby would
die,.Lauren and Greg
started blogging online
at jonathansbabyjournal.
blogspot.com.
In it, Lauren - writing
for both of them - -
chronicles how Jonathan's
condition has both tested
and strengthened their
faith.
Lauren writes about
feeling him move inside of
her and cupping his tiny
body in her hand. About
savoring every movement.


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Four and a half years ago, Lori started her career at First National Bank of Crestview.
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"This day may be all
that he has for now," she
wrote July 7. "No matter
how bad of shape he is
in, I still have to take
care of him the best I can
and love him like he was
perfect. He has no other
mommy but me."
She writes about
shopping at a baby store
for the clothes to bury him
in while other pregnant
moms dreamily wandered
the aisles, anticipating the
arrival of healthy babies.
Lauren blogs about
choosing his casket and
buying a gravesite, about
sitting in a cold room and
trying to imagine holding
her baby for the last time
before handing him over.
"I did feel a little guilty
about planning a funeral
for a baby who is very
much alive," she writes.
"I know it must be done,
but it was like he was
reminding me the whole
time, 'But Mommy, I'm
still right her with you.' I .
wish I could tell him that
everything we're doing is
because we love him."
And she writes about
how they are grateful for
that routine ultrasound
that allowed them to learn
early in her pregnancy
about Jonathan's
condition.
"We have been blessed
with over three months
now to do everything
we can to prepare
ourselves as best as we
can emotionally and
spiritually," Lauren wrote
Sept. 21.
Their biog is one way
that they feel they are
giving meaning to their
son's life. His life might be
short, but he matters.
Instead of a baby
shower, friends threw
them a celebration of
Jonathan's life. More
than $1,300,in cash and
countless gifts were
shipped to orphanages
in Africa and to the
Children's Advocacy
Center in Jonathan's
name.
"Wherf we learned of
Jonathan's prognosis,


suddenly I became very
aware that he would be
considered a waste by
many. My heart's desire
became that Jonathan's
life would mean
something, anything,"
Lauren wrote in her blog.

Difficult choices
Jonathan, whose name
means "Gift from God," is
due in November on the
same date their daughter
was due two years ago.
It is almost certain he
will not make it that long.
Only about 20 percent of -
Trisomy 13 babies are full-
term. Many don't survive
the first trimester.
The Tomaschkos are
hoping that Jonathan
will be allowed to choose
his time to be born, but
inducing labor early may
be necessary.
At 30 weeks, his
condition is worsening.
Doctors have said
his kidneys are not
functioning well and
Lauren's amniotic fluid is
low. Her blood pressure is
also becoming a concern.
But his parents are not
ready to say goodbye. Nor
do they want to make the
decision to induce him
until they have to.
When he's born, he will
die.
"I don't feel prepared
to lose him yet," Lauren
says. "I want to enjoy
more time with him."
They cannot save their
little boy. They can only
celebrate his brief life and
pray for the strength to
deal with losing him.
"I want him to be
remembered as a blessing
to us, to other people," his
mom says.
Greg starts to talk and
then chokes up. Long
moments later, he regains
his composure.
"I want him to be
remembered as our son,"
he says. "And that he was
'fearfully and wonderfully
made' and that he wasn't a
mistake.
"His life does have
purpose."


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Wednesday, September 30, 2009


Local


Crestview News Bulletin I A3


HORSE from page Al


"You know, as in,
'Where the heck are we?'"
member Rhonda Lawson
said.
Tucker, 62, is one of
the founding members.
Throughout the years,
he has ridden the U.S. 90
trail with his children and
grandchildren and seen a
lot of changes along the
roadway that once was
the area's main east-west
thoroughfare.
Perhaps nowhere are
the changes more evident
than among the group
of horseback riders that
loped through Crestview
Monday morning.
At first blush, Tucker's
buckboard looks authen-
tic, but it doesn't take
long to notice the wooden
wheels have been re-
placed with steel-belted
radials, that captain's
chairs are mounted in the
front and that there is a
dash below the top cano-
py that sports a rear view
mirror and a radio.
And the buggy even


boasts turn signals and
flashing hazard lights.
"We were even think-
ing about putting an air
conditioner in it," Tucker
said laughing.
Despite cell phones
and a Monday morn-
ing stop at Burger King,
much of the annual trip is
as authentic as it gets.
Long days astride hors-
es and open campfires at
night are part of the draw
that keeps riders, such
as Lawson, coming back
year after year.
"It's like. one big fam-
ily," she said. "We stop at
night to camp and cook
out."
The Heckowees aren't
the only group to make
the annual pilgrimage to
Bonifay. A group of about
100 other horse riders
also makes the trip along
a more arduous route of
dirt roads and back trails.
That bunch rides twice as
far on any given day.
"It just got to be too
much," Tucker said. "We


kind of split off from that
group. We prefer to take
our time and enjoy the
trip."
One member of the
larger group, of which
Tucker and his band are
not a part, had a mishap.
A woman was injured
Monday morning when
her horse fell on her at
Northwest Florida Speed-
way in the community
of Blackman, where the
group had camped Sun-
day night.
She was taken by he-
licopter to Sacred Heart
Hospital in Pensacola for
treatment.
Although Tucker's
group was saddened by
the news, they were still
looking forward to the
remainder of their trip.
Most had taken a week's
vacation in to participate
and were looking forward
to the dance, parade and
rodeo in Bonifay.
"It's awesome," Law-
son said. "Nowhere else
can you do stuff like this."


WATCH from page Al1


streets crew from being
able to install the post.
The Iron Gate Neigh-
borhood Watch is one of 11
in the city, Buckner said.
"They are the most active
and the first group to be
self-sustaining," he added.
At least 25 households
in the neighborhood off
East Redstone Avenue
belong to the watch pro-
gram, which organized
more than a year ago. Its
block captains are James
and Jennifer Kastner.
"Most of the time, peo-
ple don't want to get in-
volved with Neighborhood
Watch unless something
.happens," Jennifer Kast-
ner said. "Not everyone
knows what's going on -in
their neighborhood."
One of the Iron Gate
watch organizers, Renee


Phillippi, said joining the
organization increases
residents' awareness of
activities in their neigh-
borhood.'
"You get to know who
belongs in your neighbor-
hood and who doesn't,"
Phillippi said.
"I think it's made us
aware of vehicles in the
neighborhood," added
neighbor Hope Williams.
As an example, Lt.
Buckner said, several
neighbors noticed a
strange vehicle driving
slowly through the Iron
Gates neighborhood one
morning. They all re-
ported it to the Kastners,
who immediately notified
Buckner at CPD.
"They sent me the
make, model, color and tag
number of the car," Buck-


ner said. "They had every-
thing right there for me.
Most importantly, when
the neighbor confronted
them, they left."
Neighborhood Watch
programs are proven de-
terrents to crime, Buck-
ner said. Residents be-
come more sensitive to
people and things that
are out of place when they
know their neighbors and
recognize neighborhood
vehicles.
"Your best defense
against theft and burglar-
ies is a nosy neighbor,"
Buckner said. "Obviously,
we (the police) can't be'ev-
erywhere at one time."
To learn how you and
your neighbors can form a
Neighborhood Watch group,
contact Lt. Kent Buckner at
682-2130, ext. 321.


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Photos by ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
WALKER OWLS: Walker kindergarteners sing the school
song during their 20th anniversary celebration.
WE MEMORIES:
Former Walker
Elementary
teachers
Barbara
Melton, Gayle
Faircloth
.. and Eleanor
Fulford smile
.as they view a
slide show.


WALKER from page Al


dent Rodney Nobles, and
school board representa-
tive Cathy Thigpen, were
introduced. Then the
school's kindergarten con-
tingent filed eagerly to the
stage, clambered ontq the
risers, and sang Walker's
original "Good Morning"
song.
Music teacher Greg
Bledsoe then conducted a
chorus of kids singing the
school's current song, "We
are the Owls."
"We will do our best,
"No matter what the
test.
"We are winners every
day!" they sang with gusto.
A slideshow of photos
from the school's history
was accompanied by a
selection of music from
the past two decades. The
audience clapped along,
and the images were fre-
quently greeted by peals
of laughter when they'd
depict teachers or stu-
dents .in funny costumes
or situations.
"It is a wonderful day!"


declared Janeane Wil-
liams. "Twenty years ago,
Walker started out an
A-plus, No. 1 school, and
guess what? It is still an
A-plus, No. 1 school!"
Gazing out over the
sea of young, eager faces
sitting Indian-style on the
multi-purpose room floor,
John Melton declared
Walker's students, past
and present, were always
"the No. 1 important thing
for all of us."
After the presentation
of yellow roses to long-
time teachers, many of
whom are still dedicated
instructors in Walker's
classrooms, Williams led
the crowd in cheers of
"Walker is No. 1!" The
kids then sang the famil-
iar "I Am a Book" tune as
a finale to the celebration
before filing back to their
classrooms.
It might have been a
day of celebration, but
there was still time for a
bit more learning before
dismissal.


WHY KIDS
LOVE WALKER

The students at Walker
Elementary expressed pride
in their school through essays
posted on the walls of the
multi-purpose, room during
the school's 20th anniversary
celebration. Here, with
creative spelling intact, is a
sampling:
"I like this school because
I have a lot of friends. Me
and my friends get to hang
out at P.E. That's my favorite
subject...When we do ,
homework, the teachers help
us. That's why I am proud to
be a Howl." - Shown Schmalz
"I am proud to be a Walker
Owl because all the teachers
are friendly (and) sweet...I
like to play basketball at P.E.
and play with my friends as
a team with teamwork. I also
like to go to music and sing.
... And Mrs. Kirkland is a nice
princeable. I wish she could go
to Shoal River Middle School
and be my vice princeable for
a year." - Tanissiah Brown
"Were number one
because we are winners. The
school is awesome because it's
full of spirt. Ms. Miller is nice.
She's my spelling teacher.
Did you know that she went
here? Mr. Bledsoe is my music
teacher and my mom's!"
- Eliana Siler
"I'm proud to be an Owl
because I been here seeris
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time of the year is fildday
because we get to play some
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of fildday we all get wet."
- Dadalus Livingston
"We allway get popcicles
on Friday and we all got pretty
and nice and helpful teacher.
...And are friends are there
to make you feel better. The
best thing about Walker is our
prisbole Mrs. Kirkland and
Miss Miller. They are the best.
They are great and helpful."
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out just for bringing back some
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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS IULLElIN
CRESTVIEW'S REP: Montavius Diamond, third from left, represented Crestview at last
week's NAACP state conference in Miami: Here he poses with other members of
the organization's election committee, of which he was the youngest member.


Local college student represents

Crestview at NAACP state conference


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com

When the Florida State Conference of
the NAACP convened last week in Miami,
the city of Crestview was represented.
Montavius Diamond, 20, a 2007 Crestview
High graduate, served on the organiza-
tion's election committee.
"It was pretty cool being down there in
Miami," Diamond said. "There were kids
from all over. I said I'm from Crestview,
and they didn't know where it was."
Winding up on the election committee
turned out to be a real honor.
"I was the only representative for the
Youth and College Division elections," Di-
amond related. "It was pretty cool. I was
going down there to represent our group,
and I got to do some things most people
don't get to do. It was an honor to do that,
to be chosen. I met some cool people there,
too."
As part of its annual conference, the
state conference of the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of Colored Peo-
ple held elections for representatives and
officers for the Florida State Conference
and also for its Florida State Youth and
College Division. Diamond was originally
supposed to be on the committee oversee-
ing the latter election.
"I was in there to make sure they didn't
cheat and to make sure nothing went
wrong," he said.
However, the president of Youth and


College Division, Renee Bianca Ca'sius,
and Adora Obi Nweze, president of state-
wide NAACP chapter, both had to nomi-
nate a representative, Diamond said, "and
they both chose me."
Using voting machines provided by the
city of Miami, balloting was uneventful,
.but fascinating, Diamond said.
"I was the youngest one on the com-
mittee," he laughed. "Everybody in the
picture was older than me so they put me
in the middle."
' That evening was the gala dinner,
and Diamond again was in the spotlight.
He was on the program, and during the
course of the evening, delivered the mem-
bership appeal.
Diamond has been active in the local
NAACP chapter for almost four years,
starting his senior year at CHS when he
performed a cello solo at the Afro Aca-
demic Cultural, Technological Scientific
Olympics at Northwest Florida State Col-
lege.
He since has attended NAACP confer-
ences across the country and is constantly
excited by the variety of people he gets to
meet and the notables he has the oppor-
tunity to hear speak or perform. His ex-
perience might even lead to employment
opportunities when he graduates from
NWFSC.
"I ran into another news anchor, and I
got a card," Diamond laughed. "Maybe I'll
get a job doing voice-overs for commer-
cials or something like that!"


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Heather Nitzel
Youth Services Librarian
Robert Sikes Public Library

PROGRAMS
Children ages 3 to 5, come
to Story Time today or tomor-
row at 10:15 a.m. for stories
and songs all about fall!
Younger siblings (accompa-
nied by an adult)
and
older ENNIE,
children NN
are also J ack eal
welcome. by zra ck
The
Friends of
the Crest-
view Li-
brary will
be busy I-
bees set- le-.
ting up the 'i
book sale in ' .
the meet-
ing room,
so we'll send your scarecrow
craft home with you.
Next week, on Wednesday,
Oct.7 or Thursday, Oct. 8, leap
frog on in for a celebration of


our amphibian friends! We will
have frog stories and make a
fabulous frog!
If you are 12 to 17, play Wii
between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. on
Friday! Teen Anime Club
meets on Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m.
It's here! The Friends of
the Library semi-annual Book
Sale! Join the Friends of the
Library or pay $2 for
admission on
- Friday, Oct, 2
from 5 - 8 p.m.
to get first
choice of
books. Other-
wise, come
in on Satur-
day, Oct. 3
pt yor Sunday,
Oct. 4
between 9
a.m. and 4
p.m. for no
admission
charge.
No matter which day
you come in, you are sure to
find some great deals and sup-
port your local library at the
same time!
Learn about children from
here, there and everywhere


during our next Multicultural
Lap Sit on Monday, Oct. 5 or
Tuesday, Oct. 6! Sign-in begins
at 10 a.m. and the stories,
songs and
finger-plays, I
designed
for children
under the age I
of 3 and their _
caregivers, I I(' , ' i
start at 10:15
a.m. Older
children are
also wel-
come.
Attor-
ney at Law
Nathan D.
Boyles will
present
"What's
the Banker
Doing in My
Bathtub?: How Banks Fore-
close on Houses & Other Mort-
gage Matters" for the Oct. 6th
First Tuesday Lecture. The
free program begins at 10:30
a.m. with coffee and cookies
served starting a half hour
earlier at 10 a.m.
Oct. 7 is Early Release
Wednesday, so head to the


library for Craft Time! This
fall's theme is green! We'll
reduce, reuse, and recycle to
make fun finished products!
This after-
.- noon, we'll
r/ ".' use Styrofoam
cups, crepe
S,,-paper and
a SURPRISE
Pb, i to create
2" , pinatas that
you can break
open at home!
Children must
be at least
6 years old
to participate.
Registration
is recommend-
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,-,MA, We'll hold a
craft for you
until 2 p.m. and
then craft with kids present
in the library while supplies
last! Start your craft any time
between 1 and 2 p.m. Finish by
3 p.m.

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about the power of competi-
tion and learning to play
together!

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Jean, Sandra, Anna, Marie, Sen-
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Sharon, Mike or Heather. We
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What's HAPPENING?


From staff reports
NORTH OKALOOSA

SOUP KITCHEN
UPDATE: A fourth lunch
has been added to the soup
kitchen list. In addition to
being open 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., Community of Christ
Church at 398 W First Ave.
in Crestview is open Thurs-
days from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m..
Come enjoy a free meal and
friendly company, or come
meet the staff and sign up
to help. All are welcome and
appreciated.
In addition, the YMCA
on Wilson St. in Crestview
now offers showers for
homeless people Monday
and Friday evenings from 5
p.m. to 6 p.m. This service is
provided through Opportu-
nity Inc.
MCCURLEY RE-
UNION: The McCurley
family reunion starts at 10
a.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 at
Baker Area Recreational
Center, 5503 U.S. Highway
4 in Baker. Come meet and
greet old and new family
members; bring a covered
dish to share.
TOASTMASTERS
OPEN HOUSE: The
Crestview Toastmasters
Club will host an Open
Hotise on Tuesday, Oct.
13, from 6 p.m. until 7 p.m.
at Lundy and Bowers, 296
S. Ferdon Blvd. If you're
interested in becoming a
better speaker, come to the
meeting and learn how you
can improve your speaking
skills in a fun, supportive
learning environment. This
is an opportunity to see
what happens during the
Crestview Toastmaster's
meetings and watch others
practice their speaking
skills. All you need to do is
come to the Open House,
experience the fun, hear the
speeches and if you like it,
comeback to join the Crest-
view Toastmaster's Club.
The Crestview Toastmas-
ter's meeting is held on
the second Tuesday every
month at 6 p.m. until 7 p.m.
at Lundy and Bowers, 296
S. Ferdon Blvd. Visitors are
always welcome. For more
information, contact Kathy
Morrow at 892-2111.
OCT. BLOOD DRIVES:
The following Northwest


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drives will be held in North
Okaloosa County: Oct. 2,
Aaron's Rental, 4387 D.
Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, 11
a.m. to 3 p.m.; Oct. 3, Lowe's
Crestview, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
American Cancer Society
Drive. Donors will receive
a $10 Lowe's gift card and a
special T-shirt.
Oct. 4, Live Oak Baptist
Church, Live Oak Road,
Crestview, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.;
Oct. 10, Wal-Mart Crestview,
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Oct. 18, First United
Methodist Church, Crest-
view, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Oct. 29, North Okaloosa
Medical Center, Crestview,
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Details: 862-4216.
CHS BIG RED MA-
CHINE YARD SALE: The
Crestview band is hosting
a yard sale fund-raiser
Saturday, Oct. 3 from 8 am.
to 12 p.m. at 7th Ave. and
N. U.S. Highway 85 across
from Cinema IHI.
FIRE DEPT. YARD
SALE: The Baker Volun-
teer Fire Department will
have its 2nd annual yard
,sale on Saturday, Oct. 3
at Station 20, 1375 19th
St., Baker, from 7 a.m. to
4 p.m. This sale will help
the department acquire
much needed gear and
equipment. There will have
be lots of great food, door
prizes, a 50/50 drawing.
"The Hardluck Band" will
be performing live from 11
a.m. - 3 p.m. Booths for per-
sonal sales are available for
$10 per booth. For details
or to rent a booth, please
contact Jennifer Giles at
(850) 305-0643 or Jacob
Beard at (850) 200-3432.
WRESTLING TEAM
FUND-RAISER: Crest-
view High School Wrestling
Team is having a yard sale
on Saturday, Oct. 10 at the
high school from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m. Spaces can be rented
for $10 for anyone wishing
to bring their items to sell.
There will be food,
beverages and fun for the
kids. Come out and support
the wrestling team. For
information on renting a
space or scheduling pick
up of donated items contact
Christy Ship * at 225-6256 or
(678) 528-1465.
LADIES AUXILIARY
BAZAAR: The Knights of
Columbus Ladies Auxil-
iary's annual Christmas
Bazaar will be held Oct. 3
from-9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at their
hall at 701 U.S. Highway 90
East. Jewelry, stained glass


and other items will be
available, including a bake.
sale and raffles. Lunches
will also be sold; eat in or
take out.
LIBRARY BOOK
SALE: The Friends of the
Crestview Library will hold
the Fall Book Sale at the Li-
brary on Friday-Sunday, Oct.
2,3-4. In addition to books,
there will be movies and
hand-painted plates on sale.
On Friday from 5 to 8
p.m., there will be a "pre-
view" sale of everything.
Members of the "Friends"
will be admitted free of
charge, while non-members
will be charged $2.
On Saturday and Sun-
day, the hours of the event
will be from 9 am to 4 pm.
CHS LADY DAWGS
GOLF FUNDRAISER:
A four-person scramble
tournament will be held
Saturday, Oct. 3 at Foxwood
Country 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, water while you play,
and lunch immediate
afterward. Check in is at 7
a.m., and the shotgun start
is at 8.
Sponsorships are also
available for the event,
and donations are being
accepted. All proceeds
benefit the basketball
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 four-
some to Coach Donald
Campbell Jr., 4781 Balboa
Road, Crestview, FL 32539.
Details: Duck4311@cox.
net, CampbellD2@mail.
okaloosa.ki2.fl.us. Donald.
Campbell2@eglin.af.mil.
KICK OFF BLOOD
DRIVE: Northwest Florida
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 Cr,estview and
Destin are participating.
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 t-shirts will be available
for each blood donor, as well
as a gift card.
For information, call
the Gulf Coast Area Ameri-
can Cancer Society
at 850-475-0850.


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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Wednesday, September 30, 2009


During these tough
economic times, many
people have seen their
paychecks decrease
(fewer hours worked) or
disappear (lost job!).
That can be a major
challenge when trying
to manage your monthly
expenses. What are the
steps you need to take if
this happens to you?
1.First, accept the
reality of this financial
situation. There is less
income, so changes must
be made.
2. Take control of
finances right away to
avoid making.rash or
poor money decisions.
Consequences of not
paying bills or paying
too little on bills can
include expensive late
fees, repossession of
goods and a reduction in
your credit score. If bills
are not paid, lenders


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together which expenses
can be reduced.
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your spending. Develop
a spending plan based on
your current income and
expenses. This will help
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on various things. What
will income look like af-
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Then make decisions
about how much can
be .spent. Try to stretch
income so it covers all
necessary expenses.
This may mean eliminat-
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things, "wants" versus
"needs." Look carefully
at your bank account
to see if you have any
automatic deductions for
expenses that you are
not under contract to pay
and/or that are non-pri-
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daily spending to make
sure that spending is
focused on priorities.
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plan, you may find that
there is just not enough
money to cover all of
your debts. Prioritize
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legal obligations, and
consumer debts. Es-
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those that are critical
for our health and well-
being, including food,
medically necessary
medications and health
insurance; housing,
utilities and transporta-
tion. While these items
are essential, there are
often ways to reduce the
amount you spend on
them. Legal obligations
include child support,
student loans, taxes and
legal judgments. Falling
behind on these types of
debts can have serious
consequences. Stay in
touch with the appropri-
ate legal authorities or
agencies and try to work
out a payment plan.
Next, decide how much
you can pay towards
your consumer debt.
Consumer debt includes
credit card accounts and
bills for medical servic-
es. Try to pay more than
the minimum amount
on these accounts so
you can avoid expensive
fees, interest and col- '
elections. Use free tools
such as PowerPay.org to
establish a calendar for
your debt repayment.
This tool can also help
you determine how to
prioritize your debt pay-
ments and even how to


use any extra money to
make strategic "Power
Payments."
7. Contact creditors. If
you are living paycheck
-to paycheck, then you
may want to contact your
creditors. The goal of
negotiations should be
to try and improve your
monthly cash flow so you
are able to make some
payment to everyone and
still meet your monthly
living expense needs.
This may often mean that
your monthly payment is
reduced but you will be
paying on this loan for
a longer period. Using a
spending plan will give
a better sense of how
much of your income you
can allocate to each debt.
Once this is determined,
you can contact your
creditors, explain your
situation and see if they
will accept a reduced
' payment that you can
afford. In addition, you
may want to see if lower
interest rates are avail-
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requested" for critical
correspondence to create
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are challenging times.
Do your best to stick to
a spending plan that fits
your economic situation.
If a creditor accepts a
reduced payment plan,
stick with it and contact
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North Okaloosa CRIME REPORTS


Crestview Police
Dept. reports

8/24: LAURA DENESE
BELLINO, 37, of 3133'
Holley Drive, Crestview,
was charged with resist-
ing an officer without
violence.
8/26: CHRISTOPHER
DANIEL ROBERSON, 28,
of 557 Purl Adams Ave.,
was issued a notice to ap-
pear on a charge of theft,
appropriating property
for own use. OCTAVIUS
MAUKETH KNIGHT,
27, of 315 Grimes Ave.,
Crestview, was charged
with resisting an officer
without violence.
8/27: MACHELLE D.
COLEMAN, 33, of 572
Martin Luther King Jr.
Ave., Crestview, was
charged with driving
under the influence of
alcohol or drugs, fifth
offense in 10 years and
refusal to accept citation.
TERRY RAY WINSLET,
23, of 2130 Rose Ave., Ox-
ford Ala., was charged
with resisting officer
without violence and
retail theft.
8/28: BRITTANY L.
DAVIS, 20, of 261 S. Wil-
son St., Crestview, was
charged with possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and posses-
sion of drug parapherna-
lia. STEVEN C. DAVIS,
21, of 261 S. Wilson St.,
Crestview, was charged
with possession of less
than 20 grams of marijua-
na and possession of drug
paraphernalia. SHANE
EDWARD BREGE, 31,
of 215 Edgewood Place,
Crestview, was charged
with possession of
marijuana with intent to
distribute and possession
of drug paraphernalia.
8/30: JANICE LILLY
CHAPMAN, 51, of 1337
K Ave., Haines City,
Fla., was charged with
resisting an officer
without violence. MI-
CHAEL F. POORE, 44,
of 1124 Mapoles St., was
charged with aggravated
assault with a deadly
weapon without intent
to kill. SETH BRANDON
GABRIEL, 27, of 353 W.
James Lee Blvd. #59,
Crestview, was charged
with false impersonation
of a police officer, false
911 cals and resisting


arrest with violence.
8/24: JAIME LYN
FELDMAN, 30, OF 5772
U.S. Highway 331 N.,
DeFuniak Springs, was
issued a notice to ap-
pear on a charge of retail
theft. SAMANTHA D.
FELDMAN, 23, of 5772
U.S. Highway 331 N.,
DeFYniak Springs, was
issued a notice to appear
on a charge of retail theft.

Okaloosa County
Sheriff's reports

8/31: WILLARD
ALFORD, 42, of 498 N.
Savage St., Crestview, was
charged with driving under
the influence with property
damage.

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Special to the News Bulletin reserves in Air Force Intelli-
gence Service. Later he owned
Bill Everett, of Blue Barn . his own pharmacy until it was
Farms in Mossy Head, has be- . purchased by Albertson's and
come bishop of the Church of Je- became a full time pharmacist
sus Christ of Latter-day Saints for them until 1990. He married
Ward in DeFuniak Springs. Margaret Judy Hall in Decem-
Formerly a pharmacist at Alb- ber 1996 and was sealed to her
ertsons in Fort Walton Beach, in the Atlanta temple in 1998.
Everett and his wife, Judy, pur- Judy and Bill Everett Bishop Everett's counselors
chased 90 acres of land in Mossy are .Joe Nunley and Richie
Head and started their farm. Thomas.
Bill still works part time as a pharmacist The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
in Crestview at the Prescription Shoppe. He day Saints has what is called a lay clergy. A
has been a member of the church for about recent study showed that the fastest grow-
12 years, joining in 1997. He has served in ing churches in the U.S. are those with a
several positions, known as callings, in Fort lay ministry, which involve members in all
Walton Ward I and DeFuniak Springs. He aspects of the church organization.
has been assistant finance clerk, executive In wards and branches in the FWB
secretary, membership clerk, Elders' Quo- Stake (the area from Hurlburt to Sandes-
rum president, ward clerk and now bishop. tin, Baker to DeFuniak Springs and Flo-
He replaced Bishop Gene Reeves, also a rala, Ala., to the north), members serve in
farmer and handyman/mechanic. all capacities from music to cleaning the
Born and raised in Florida, Bill received * building. The bishops and their counselors
his higher education from North Florida Ju- are full time employees in all fields: teach-
nior College and University of Florida Col- ing, carpentry, farming, medicine, account-
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Arts & Entertainment


Wednesday, September 30, 2009


Show-and-tell highlights arts alliance meeting


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Sometimes an artist's
most appreciative critics
are his fellow artists. They
know what it takes to trans-
late one's passion to can-
vas, paper, ceramics, cloth,
clay or photo paper, even if
it's not a medium in which
they work or are even
knowledgeable about.
But they appreciate how
hard it can be to take a vi-
sion in the mind's eye and
make it come out in their
medium of choice, so when
a fellow artist has endeav-
ored to do the same thing,
they appreciate the effort
no matter the result.
. Thus, it was an appre-
ciative audience on Sept. 22
who gathered at the Crest-
view Public Library for the
monthly meeting of the
north county committee of
the Okaloosa Arts Alliance.,
Once business was out of
the way, the serious work
of admiring and learning


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BRIAN HUGHES I Crestview News Bulletin
JURY OF HER PEERS: Laurel Hill artist and school teacher
Sabine Lyons shows some of her paintings and ceramics
at last week's meeting of the Okaloosa Arts Alliance
north county committee. From left are Rae and Michael
Schwartz, M6ry Mancini, Lesly Baroni Parsons, Lyons
and Crestview City Councilwoman Linda Parker.


about one another's art-
work could begin. Call it a
grown-up show-and-tell.
"We certainly are a dis-
parate group here," ob-
served chairwoman Rape
Schwartz admiringly as she
browsed a room filled with
color and texture.
There were warm and


evocative black-and-white
photography; vivid swirls
and shapes that actually
glowed under a blacklight;
the magic of stipples of col-
or that, when the admirer
steps back, became scenes
of Italian streetscapes;
delicate embroidery and
knitting; the dazzling ge-


ometry of quilting; the ex-
quisiteness of ceramics;
the personal immediacy of
acrylics; the practicality of
graphic arts; and even the
technical art of Photoshop
image manipulation.
"I had a feeling we did all
kinds of art, and I was not
disappointed," Schwartz
said.
During the "busi-
ness" part of the meeting,
Schwartz reported the
group will be represented
at the Crestview Fall Fes-
tival on Halloween, and in-
vited any north county art-
ist to exhibit at the group's
table.
"It's more to show that
we're here and to be visible
than to be a fundraiser,"
Schwartz explained. "But if
y'all have something to sell,
we'll put it out."
Schwartz also report-
ed preliminary discus-
sions with Crestview High
School Principal Ed Cole-
man about sponsoring
and helping organize with


area school arts faculty a
late-winter arts festival to
include visual, performing
and culinary arts programs
from north county schools.
Discussions with Coleman
and district administration
suggest such an event could
take place in mid-January.
Committee member
Mary Mancini, whose late
husband, Mike, was a re-
nowned big band orchestra
leader, suggested forma-
tion of a music festival' in
Old Spanish Trail Park.
"It's an underutilized
park with a wonderful
stage," Mancini said. "It's a
wonderful facility."
Member Mike Schwartz
pointed out that younger
music fans would enjoy
such a festival if it could
include alternative rock
groups as well as the big
bands and jazz groups the
committee embraced.
"That's what makes
money!" he said.
"We look to support not
only adult ventures but the


next generation of perform-
ers and artists," agreed Rae
Schwartz, .who is Mike's
mother. "We're trying to at-
tract as much music as pos-
sible, not necessarily make
money," she added.
After discussion, it was
agreed that "we have three
areas of interest in the
group," Schwartz said.
*Arts in school, to en-
courage the next genera-
tion of artists.
*Alternative "outsider"
art, including rock music.
*More "traditional" art
events and music.
"Everything will work,"
declared Mancini to ap-
preciative nods around the
room. "It just has to start.
You have to nourish it like
a child."
The next meeting of the
northern committee of the
Okaloosa Arts Alliance will
be Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 6
p.m. in the Crestview Pub-
lic Library meeting room.
It is open to anyone who is
interested.


CHS band boosters to host Schwan event, yard sale


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Call it a bodacious
burgers and bargains
bonanza for the band. Or
skip the alliteration and just
call it a great opportunity to
support the Big Red Machine


and pickup some swell deals
on everything from Schwan
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The Crestview High
School band boosters will
sponsor the fundraiser this
Saturday, Oct 3, beginning
with the yard sale from 8
a.m. until noon. The Schwan


Fundraising Truckload
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until 7 p.m. Both take place
at the "market" lot across
State Road 85 from Azteca
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selections, from steaks and
shrimp (and burgers!) to ice
cream and chocolate chip
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"We encourage pre-
orders," said Jessica
Thalacker, one of the school
band parents and event


organizers.-
Thalacker suggests
browsing Schwan's incredible
selections and placing your
orders in advance.
"Then just pick them up
on Saturday," she said.
To browse, visit www.
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Arts & Entertainment


Crestview News Bulletin I A9


Local artist fills canvases with love for NW Florida


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Crestview artist VW Kennedy
paints what he knows best.
"I was born and raised here,
and about all I know is local
scenes," he said.
To confirm it, all you need to do
is check out the exhibition of his
work currently on display at the
Crestview Public Library. It's a
bounty of regional beauty, all lov-
ingly captured in brilliant colors.
Most astounding, especially given
the professionalism of his work, is
that Kennedy is a relative new-
comer to painting.
"I just started painting in
the last couple years," he said.
"I started it as something to do,


another hobby."
He had given painting a try de-
cades ago, however, confessing,
"back in the '70s when the velvet
painting was out, I dabbled in it a
little bit."
Kennedy is a retired engineer
with 27 years at Fairchild Indus-
tries (which later became Crest-
view Aerospace). "It was too long
to spend in one place," he said.
"But at least it was there!"
Now self-employed "doing
home improvement stuff," Kenne-
dy has more time to devote to his
painting hobby in his Grandview
Heights home.
"I've got a sunroom here that
I do my stuff in, and the walls are
just covered," he chuckled. "I need
to get rid of it! I'll slack off for a few


weeks and then get started paint-
ing again. That and fishing. "
Fishing is his other passion.
"That's why all the paintings have
water in 'em," Kennedy said.
. The subjects of his paintings


FISHING BOAT:
One of V.W.
Kennedy's
locally-themed
paintings is of
E.A... - ' ~ a typical fishing
Sboat. "It's mostly
Florida stuff,"
Kennedy said of
Shis subjects.
BRIAN HUGHES
Crestview News
Bulletin

come from what he sees.
"It's mostly Florida stuff. That's
what I'm used to," Kennedy said.
"I .enjoy painting the landscapes.
I have done some portraits, but,
that was most basically my grand


young ones. They're a lot harder
to work on than the landscapes."
Kennedy and his wife, Donna,
have two grown sons, an older
daughter and a girl still at home.
Their two grandsons are 16 and 5,
respectively. The youngest is the
subject of a portrait that is among
the 22 pictures the artist has on
display at the library. And there
are plenty more works at home.
"I probably have 60 in all," Ken-
nedy said.
One day he plans to exhibit at
art shows in Destin, after once
successfully showing at the Art
Walk in Fort Walton Beach. But
for now, his painting hobby is just
that.
"I just paint whatever I feel
like," Kennedy said.


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Community Arts CALENDAR


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
Library Book Sale
OCT. 2-4 * The Friends of the
Crestview Library will hold a fall book
sale Friday and Saturday. Browse a
diverse selection of reading material
and videos, including VHS tapes and
DVDs. Included will be several rare
sets of Academy Awards consideration
*packages sent by studios to members
of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts
& Sciences. Be the first to browse
Friday evening, 5-8 p.m., $2 admission
for non-Friends. Free admission
Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 4.p.m.
For information, call the library at 682-
4432 or e-mail friendsofcrestview
library@yahoo.com.

'The Widow's Lantern'
OCT. 1 & 2 * PENSACOLA
OPERA * This new work,
commissioned from Florida composer
David Ott by the Pensacola Opera,
is the first full-length original
piece developed by the company.
Supported by grants from the National
Endowment of the Arts and Opera
America, the tale is drawn from
Pensacola area history and legend.
"The Widow's Lantern" tells the story
of a doomed love between a slave
and a ship's captain at the end of the
Atlantic slave trade, using Pensacola's
famed Lighthouse as a backdrop.


Local performances will be at the
Fort Walton Beach Civic Auditorium
at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults,
$12 for active-duty military and $7 for
students, general admission. Call 850-
433-6737 or visit www.pensacolaopera.
com for tickets or information.

Wine & Rubies
OCT. 3 * The Northwest Florida
Ballet will host a wine tasting and
jewelry showcase event Saturday, Oct.
3, from 6-9 p.m. NFB is celebrating its
40th anniversary in style at McCaskill
and Company Jewelers in Destin.
Attendees will feast on lavish food,
wine and champagne provided by
the much-acclaimed Todd Reber
of Vintij Wine Boutique and Bistro.
NFB's own professional ballerinas will
model fabulous jewelry provided by
McCaskill and Company. Jewelry in
every price range will be available for
� sale at the event, and a portion of the
proceeds will be donated to NFB.
Tickets are $25 and can be
purchased at McCaskill and Company,
Kitchenique and the NFB office at
850-664-7787.

Library Craft Time
OCT. 7 * EARLY-RELEASE
WEDNESDAY CRAFT TIME
* When school gets out early,
children ages 6 and older gather to
put their creative energy to work
making all kinds of creations using


recycled materials. Registration is
recommended. Library staff will hold
a craft until 2 p.m. while supplies last.
Start your craft anytime between
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Parents are welcome to visit once
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Here is a sampling of what readers had to say about
north Okaloosa County news topics. The comments were
taken from the www.crestviewbulletin.com Web site.
Topic: A story about a hunting club that put up a
surveillance camera at a deer feeder to find out what
was scratching the food out of the covered feeder. The
camera caught images of a large black bear stretching
out at night for a snooze.
This bed is too soft. This bed is too hard. This deer
feeder is just right!
Oh deer! How can they ever bear it?
Deer ambush! Why not just tie them up first. No class
rednecks! Go park in your front yard!
Topic: Contractor quotes sought by the city of
Crestview to remove asbestos and lead-based paint
from the old Alatex building that topped $200,000. The.
city has agreed to give the building to FAMU for a
pharmacy school but the university wants the city to
first remove the contaminants.
Why not sell the building, let the buyer fix it up and the
hew owner can rent it to FAMU?
How much has this building cost the tax payers over
the years? At least 10 years ago they were talking about
tearing it down and turning the land into parking. Regard-
less of what they decide to do, the city is going to need
to clean it up before they can do anything else with it. If
FAMU has the money in hand and is ready to renovate
the place, pay the cost to clean it and let them get on with
their plans before someone else lures them to their town.
The price of clean up will only get more expensive as time'
goes on.
Topic: The Sept. 21 armed robbery of BankTrust on
Ferdon Boulevard by a man who got away on a bicycle.
Another loser who for some reason is not in jail al-
ready for life with no parole. Put his knees in the breeze!
Must have been on a ten speed bike?
Topic: The city of Crestview could pay up to $16,000
to relocate gopher tortoises from a 190-acre site slated
for use to expand wastewater treatment capacity to
meet to new regulations by Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission. The tortoises would have
to movedto a certified gopher tortoise habitat in
Ponce de Leon.
Why move them to Ponce de Leon? Turn them loose
on the Eglin reservation.
Oh great; another new regulation. You used to could
pick them up, put them in a plastic tub and drop them off
somewhere else.
Topic: Two former Crestview police officers were
arrested at The Swamp nightclub on Okaloosa Island
after a scuffle with security guards and deputies. The
two men were brothers. Bryan Crawford pleaded
guilty to resisting an officer with violence and disor-
derly intoxication. Danny Crawford, pleaded guilty to
disorderly intoxication.
I watched these two boys grow up, and then fulfill
their dreams as police officers. Alcohol ruined that for
them, and their dreams. Everyone makes bad decisions
in their life and we must recover from them. I'm sure they
will recover and move on, and like many before them be
productive gentlemen again in our community.

Glad to hear they got what they deserved.


Profundity

Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

"It's best not to be too moral.

You cheat yourself out of life."

RUTH GORDON
. (1896-1985)
American actress and writer as Dame Marjorie
"Maude" Chardem in "Harold & Maude"


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CITY COUNCIL CORNER


Take advantage of police patrol


Imagine for a moment that
you are planning to be away from
home for several days; a week, or
longer.
You have stopped by the post
office and requested that your
mail be held until you return. You
have asked the neighbor to pick
up your newspapers. The car's
oil has been changed and you are
ready for the trip.
But, wait. There is one more
thing. How about safeguarding
your home?'
Do you realize that your Crest-
view Police Department stands
ready to provide an extra element
of security for your residence?
A simple telephone call to


request added
surveillance in your
- absence will bring
roving patrols to
your home for ir-
regular visits.
, t All that you
BOB ALLEN need to provide is
an address, when
and for how long
you'll be away from
home, and the identification of a
point of contact in the event that
something is found to be suspi-
cious. And, the nice thing is that
this service is provided free of
charge.
You might think that you do
not need this added bit of security


since you will have your home se-
curity system activated. But, does
it protect the extra vehicle parked
in your driveway?
How about other things out-
doors? Or, you may think that
motion detector lights will scare
a would-be intruder away, but do
the lights illuminate in daylight
hours?
These are the times when a
uniformed officer rhay just happen
to pull into your driveway to verify
that. all is well and secure.
So, think about this added
protection and avail yourself to
it. Clearly, it will help in making
your time away from home more
enjoyable.


What is the difference between


term and cash value life insurance?


Term and cash value
are the two main cat-
egories of life insurance.
The best choice for your
circumstances is likely
to depend on how much
you are willing to pay for
premiums and how long
you believe you will need
the insurance. With both
term and cash value pol-
icies, your beneficiaries
receive death benefits
free of income taxes.

Term Insurance
Term insurance,
which typically is less
costly, provides a death
benefit in return for pre-
miums paid. The length
of time (or term) that
the policy is in effect is
specified in the policy.
According to the Insur-
ance Information Insti-
tute, the most popular
type of term insurance
is for a 20-year term. In
many instances, con-
sutners are not able to
buy policies for a term
that extends beyond
their 80th birthday.
The cost of term
insurance frequently
rises as the policyholder


gets older. Level-term
policies, in which the an-
nual premium remains
consistent throughout
the term, are available,
but premiums frequently
increase when the policy
is set to expire and the
policyholder seeks to
renew for an additional
term. The policy has no
cash value or investment
component. If a claim
is not filed within the
specified term and the
policy is not renewed,
the policy lapses and the
policyholder receives no
cash benefit.
Term insurance may
be an appropriate choice
if you want to keep
premiums as afford-
able as possible. Just be
aware that if you want to
remain insured beyond
the term specified in
the policy, affordability
could become an issue.
If term insurance ap-
peals to you, consider
a guaranteed renew-
able policy that you can
renew regardless of your
health status at the end
of the term. Also, term
insurance may be worth
considering if you expect


to need insurance for a
limited period of time
(for example, before,
retirement when you
anticipate receiving pen-
sion benefits) and do not
need coverage for your
lifetime.

Cash Value
Cash value insurance,
in contrast, combines
term insurance with
a savings component.
Cash value is likely
to be more expensive
than term insurance
but typically remains
in effect throughout a
policyholder's lifetime at
a level premium. A por-
tion of the premium is
used to fund a savings or
investment component
that the policyholder
can access by borrowing
against it or by cash-
ing in the policy. If a
policyholder cashes in
the policy, it is no longer
in effect but the policy-
holder receives the cash
surrender value.
Interest and other
earnings that are credit-
ed to the cash value are
not subject to income
u(


taxes: When a policy-
holder borrows against
the cash value, interest
is charged as it would be
with most types of loans.
The loan is treated as a
debt and is not consid-
ered a distribution for
income tax purposes.
Cash value insurance
may be attractive if you
anticipate needing insur-
ance throughout yohr
lifetime, if you can afford
the higher premiums,
and if the option of bor-
rowing against the cash
value appeals to you.

This article was
prepared by Standard
& Poor's and is not
intended to provide spe-
cific investment advice
or recommendations for
any individual. Consult
your financial advisor
or us if you have any
questions. Courtesy of
Paul E. Lowrey, AAMS
(850) 398-8188, paul.low-
rey@lpl.com and Joe W
Faulk (850) 398-8288, joe.
faulk@lpl.com at LPL
Financial, 492 Texas
Parkway, Crestview, FL
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Member FINRA/SIPC.


Letter to the EDITOR


Lead by Example

It appears that char-
acter and integrity in our
nation are just words
without meaning.
Any reasonable
minded person with an
elementary education
(as a minimum) would
not accept the falsehood
and purposely distorted
information that seems to
consume our local print
media and ultraconserva-
tive radio airwaves.


It is very troubling
to repeatedly read and
hear viewpoints that are
proven to be false by
credible fact-check orga-
nizations; and yet, people
are still willing to openly
expose their lack of intel-
lect without any regards
to the truth.
This unethical attitude
speaks negatively to
individual values and our
education system at all
levels.
It appears many


local elected officials
and community leaders
selectively promote this
kind of falsehood politics'
by remaining silent or
looking the other way,
which says a lot about
their character, integrity
and leadership.
To say "it's just
politics" is a very sad
commentary for our
community and America
- ethics or the "rule of
law" becomes an after-
-thought.


I guess one could
conclude that Charles
"Charlie" Morris, James
"Bob" Richburg, Ray-
mond "Ray" Sansom and
Christin "Chris" Hughes
are the example others
are following and are
probably willing to allow
them to speak to our
students as role models
without hesitation or a
local public outcry.

Michael J. Barnes,
Fort Walton Beach


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Local


Crestview News Bulletin I Al 1


Training is smoking hot for firefighters


Chayne Sparagowski
Crestview News Bulletin

Last week, fire depart-
ments from around north
Okaloosa County gave
a helping hand for the
fourth annual Northwest
Florida Volunteer Fire-
fighter Weekend.
The event at Northwest
Florida State College ran
Sept. 18 - 20 and provid-
ed volunteer firefighters
from across the state with
free training and class in-
struction.
Without the help of
many of the local depart-
ments, this event, which
boasted 205 participants,
would not have been near-
ly as successful as it was,
organizers said.
The first day of the
event began with a dem-
onstration of vehicle ex-
trication. Crews from
Almarante and Dorcas
provided water, lighting
and equipment support,
as firefighters cut away at
the four vehicles set out.
With the help of some
nationally known com-
panies, both newcomers
and veterans, fire person-
nel were able to play with
some new tools of the
trade and learn or refresh
their skills.
The second morning
dawned with the burn
tower. Crews from Crest-
view. North Okaloosa,
Laurel Hill and Holt fire
departments provided ap-
paratus, equipment, water
and medical support, as
new recruits experienced
their first structure fire.
Without this training
firefighters cannot enter
a structure, and the drill
is a critical component of
their training.
For those who had al-
ready achieved the cer-
tification, this was a con-
trolled practice environ-
ment not occurring during
actual firefighting. Inside
of the burn tower, tem-
peratures were controlled
at about 800 degrees. At
times, the fire spiked up
to 1,000 degrees, allowing
the firefighters to safely
experience the grueling
heat they will encounter
during future fires.
During the exercise,
the crew, consisting of an
instructor and six fire-
fighters, would enter the
structure and extinguish
the fire, which was com-
posed of wooden pallets
and hay to simulate fur-
niture.
While working the
blaze, firefighters are
taught about fire and
thermal currents with the
use of a thermal imaging
camera.
In addition to contin-
ued training in the burn
tower, the afternoon
events included several
other training sessions,
including but not limited
to department vehicle and
apparatus operations,
search and rescue tech-
niques, pump operations
and a foam-based fire at-
tack.
Municipal Fire provid-
ed the foam. Deep South
Fire Trucks provided the
attack truck, and the Lau-
rel Hill Volunteer Fire
Department assisted with
water support. The idea of
the event was to illustrate
methods used to apply
foam to different types of
fires.
The first fire consist-
ed of wooden pallets and
hay, your typical brush
fire. The attack truck was
used to spray foam out
of a small nozzle, extin-
guishing the fire within 30
seconds.
The second fire was
much more intense, an
alcohol fire. This alcohol
wasn't your typical store
brand, but rather 100 per-
cent pure alcohol.
A "pool" of alcohol was
lit with a large "whoof"
sound. Alcohol burns with


very light and hazy white
smoke at about 800 de-
grees, and the base of the


fire is invisible, making
this fire very dangerous.
Water was first applied
with no success; the water
evaporated before it even
reached the fire due to the
intense heat.
Next the attack truck
was used, and foam
sprayed out with force, but
the wind currents caused
by the spraying foam just
spread the fire and made
it more intense. The final
attempt was with a small
hand-held device reminis-
cent of a super-sized gas
can.
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can," a small water supply
hose was connected. The
front had a 15-foot rubber
hose with a large funnel-
type nozzle like that found
on an industrial-size fire
extinguisher.
With the turn of a
switch, foam poured out
of the nozzle, like fizz out
of a soda can. Within 45
seconds, the entire fire
was out and covered in
thick foam about two feet
deep.
The final fire was a
dangerous mix of alcohol
and gasoline. The smoke
was dark black and the


fire intense.
On this fire, only the
portable foam device was
used. Despite the fire
burning hot and strong,
the firefighters were able
to cover and extinguish
the fire within 15 seconds.
By the end of the third
day, all of the firefighters,
from new recruits .and vol-
unteers to well-seasoned
veterans, were displaying
their newly acquired skills
and techniques.
To find out more about
the weekend, go to www.
nwflvolunteerffweekend.
com.


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used to extinguish fires containing alcohol and
gasoline. Above left, Firefighters enter a controlled
fire last week during the fourth annual Northwest
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* News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
Middle school cross country
Bruner, Ruckel at
Davidson, 3 p.m.
Lewis, Pryor at Shoal
River, 3 p.m.
Middle school volleyball
Shoal River at Pryor,
3:30 p.m.
Ruckel at Davidson,
3:30 p.m.

Thursday
High school volleyball
Baker at Pensacola
Christian, JV 5 p.m./
V 6 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Bethlehem,
JV 4 p.m./V 5 p.m.
Junior varsity football'
Baker at Northview,
6 p.m.
Middle school football
* Bruner at Davidson,
6:30 p.m.
Shoal River at Pryor,
6:30 p.m.

Friday
High school football
Baker at Northview,
7 p.m.
Crestview at Navarre,
7 p.m.
High school volleyball
Crestview at Liberty
County, JV 5 p.m./'
V 6 p.m.'

Saturday
High school volleyball
Crestview at SE
Challenge, TBA

Shoal River Middle
golf tournament
The Shoal River Middle
School boys basketball
team will be sponsoring a
fundraiser golf tournament
Oct. 2, with registration
starting at 11 a.m. at
Foxwood Country Club
followed by golf at noon.
Entry fees for the
four-person best ball
tournament are $30 for
Foxwood members and
$45 for nonmembers.
* Cost includes lunchIand
a chance to win a door
prize.
Prizes will be awarded
for the top three teams.
Hole sponsorships
also are available for
$100 a hole. Each hole
sponsorship will receive
a free player spot in the
tournament.
If you would like more
information on playing or
sponsoring a hole, call
SRMS boys basketball
coach Mitch Buckelew at
689-7229 or 689-2597.

Lady Dawgs
Basketball to hold
golf tournament
Crestview's girls
basketball team will
hold a fundraiser golf
tournament Saturday, Oct.
3, at Foxwood Country
Club.
Cost of the four-person
scramble is $45 per team
member and includes a
goodie bag, greens fees
and cart as well as lunch
after the tournament.
Prizes will be awarded
for long drive and closest
to the pin.
A 50/50 raffle will
be held as well, and
mulligans will be sold for
$5 each.
Sponsorships are
available for greens,
holes and drink carts, at
$100 each.
Check-in the day of the
tournament starts at 7
a.m., with play starting at
8 a.m.
For more information,
contact CHS girls
basketball coach
Donald Campbell by
e-mail at: Duck4311@
cox.net, or Donald.
Campbell2@eglin.af.mil
or CampbellD2@mail.
okaloosa.k12.fl.us.
See NOTES B2


FOOTBALL PREVIEWS


It's do-or-die time for Gators


NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Baker's Dakota Hooper (left) is tackled by South Walton's Andrew Priest on
Friday at Baker. I


Baker needs win
to keep slim playoff
hopes alive

Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
BAKER - Borrowing a
-title from an old Elvis Pre-
sley song, "it's now or nev-
er?" for the Baker football
team as the Gators travel
to Northview to take on the
Chiefs in District 1-1A play
Friday night.
The Gators (0-4, 0-3)
have improved every week
of the young season. Last
week, Baker almost upset
district co-leader South
Walton before falling to the
Seahawks 14-12.
Baker coach Bob Kel-
logg knows his team can't
afford any more stumbles
with the season now at the
midway point.
"We couldn't take an-
other loss. It would be a
far outside chance (if the
Gators win Friday to make

See GATORS B2


ANN SPANN ICrestview News Bulletin
BLOCKED POINT: Crestview's D.D. Johnson blocks the extra point attempt by Catholic kicker, Daniel
McFarland during the first quarter of play.


(restview hits the road to take Navarre

Bulldogs looking to bounce

back ofter loss to Catholic
Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
CRESTVIEW - The Crestview football
team takes to the road for the first
time in 2009 on Friday as the Bulldogs
head to Navarre to take on the Raid-
ers.
The Bulldogs (2-1) are looking to
bounce back after falling to Pensacola
Catholic 40-20 last week.
Senior running back Chris Pickett
thinks the Dawgs will put the loss be-
hind them as they get ready for a Na- ...
varre (0-3) team they edged 14-7 last ............
year HIT HARD: Catholic quarterback, Shaun White takes a hard hit from
See CRESTVIEW B2 Bulldog defensive lineman Martez House as he releases a pass.


Longing


for the


good old


days

Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
I've often admitted to
being old-school. And some
people have accused me of
being just
plain old.
I still
prefer
power
football to
pass-happy
attacks.
NORTH END And I
ZONE prefer a
Randy Dickson 2-1 baseball
game that
features good pitching and
solid fielding.
And there is a big
part of me that longs for
the old days when high
school football games and
coaches were discussed
at the local barber shop
or diner rather than some
impersonal message board
where anyone with an
opinion can hide behind an
alias.
Yes, I miss those days
when football fans weighed
in on the football coach
before church on Sunday
morning and took their
shots at the preacher over
Sunday dinner.
Back then, if you
wanted to see your opinion
in the local newspaper, you
wrote a letter to the editor.
But I don't have to tell
any of you those days
are long gone, replaced
by computers and all the
technologies that go with
them.
I vividly recall the
first time I heard about
what we now know as the
Internet in the spring of
1977.
.I was a freshman at the
University of Tennessee
taking an introduction to
mass communications
class. One day the graduate
*assistant teaching the class
told us there would come
a time when we would
no longer have the daily
newspaper delivered to our
front door, but we would
pull it up on our home
computer and read it.
You should have heard
the buzz in that classroom
as our inquiring young
minds tried to comprehend
a personal computer.
Many of us had received
a typewriter with a
correction cartridge, and
by 1977 standards, that
was pretty heady stuff.
To those of us coming
of age in the mid-1970s, a
computer was something
at least the size of my
Ford Escape and slightly
slower than my 77-year old
mother. Gulf Powe'r had a
computer, as did colleges
and universities, but a
personal computer still
seemed like something in
the distant future.
See DICKSON B2


Weekend sports ROUNDUP


Staff reports
Jacob Gorlie turned in a
time of 17 minutes, 19 sec-
onds, good for 10th place
to lead the Crestview boys
to a sixth-place finish with
196 points at the Bay Invita-
tional Cross Country Meet
in Panama City on Satur-
day.
Fort Walton Beach swept
the meet winning on both
the boys and girls side.
Lauren Day was Crest-
view's top finisher, taking
eighth place in a time of
21:24 for the Bulldog girls,


who finished in ninth place.

Team scores
Boys
1. Fort Walton Beach 50;
2. Niceville; 4. Navarre 112;
6. Crestview 196; 8. Choc-
tawhatchee; 12. South Wal-
ton 288.
Girls
1. Fort Walton Beach 15;
2. Niceville 87; 5. South Wal-
ton 162; 9. Crestview 246;
10. Navarre 252.

Crestview finishers
Boys: No. 10 Jacob Gor-


lie 17:19; No. 29 Conner
Marshall 18:25; No. 44 Dy-
lon Brown 19:17.
JV: No. 28 Tylier Carter
21:27; 29. Jonathan McTyre
21:30; 56. Davis Schmitz
23:54; 62. Johnathon Red-
mon 24:22.
Girls: No. 8 Lauren Day
21:24: No. 31 Taylor Polk
23:35: No. 44 Katrina Silva
24:24.

College football
Former Baker stand-
out David Langston ran
for 76 vards and a touch-


down to help lead Birming-
ham-Southern to a 51-17
win over Rhodes College
(Tennessee) on Saturday.
Langston, a junior, also
had a reception for eight
yards.
Panther quarterback
Joe Thigpen, a Crestview
graduate, was three-of-10,
passing for 70 yards, and
had 11 carries for 18 yards.
Cameron Domangue, a
freshman defensive back
who graduated from Baker,
had a solo tackle and as-
sisted on another tackle.
* Former Bulldog wide


receiver James Wilkerson,
a senior at Jacksonville
State, Alabama, had three
catches for 43 yards and a
touchdown as the Game-
cocks coasted to an impres-
sive 60-10 win over Nicholls
State, Louisiana.
* Matt Sanders, a red-
shirt freshman offensive
lineman from Crestview,
did not play as Clemson lost
to Texas Christian 14-10.
* lyler Reeves, a junior
offensive lineman for Hunt-
ingdon, Alabama, didn't
play in the 34-21 win over
Louisiana College.


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NOTES from page B1


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 low :.all
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 nonmembers.
Checks can be made.
payable to Foxwood
Country Club.
For more information, call
B.J. Thomhave at 682-2012
o.r 826-2012.

BAYA fundraiser
The Baker Area Youth
Association is holding 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, Kentucky,
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.

GFWC Golf Tournament
The GFWC Woman's Club
of Crestview Inc. will host its
inaugural four-person low
ball golf tournament Oct. 9
at Foxwood Country Club.
The entry fee is $50 per
player and includes cart,
soft drink/water and lunch.
Prizes will be awarded
for closest to the pin and


the top three places for men
and women. Sign-in starts
at 7 a.m., with an 8 a.m.
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.

Early registration*ends
soon for the Tiger Trot
Registration for the
GE Tiger Trot 5K/10OK
race benefitting Ronald
McDonald House Charities
of Northwest Florida ends
continues through Oct. 15.
Cost is $18 for 5K and
$20 for 10K.-Late race-day
registration is $23 for 5K
and $25 for 10K.
The race takes place
Saturday, Oct. 17, at 8
a.m. beginning at Midway
Fire Station, 13 22 College
Parkway in Gulf Breeze.
Race packet can be
picked up Friday, Oct. 16,
from 3-7 p.m. at Running
Wild, 3012 E. Cervantes St.
in Pensacola, and on race
day from 6:30-7:30 a.m. at
Midway Fire Station. .
The Tiger Trot 5K/1 OK
after-race party will include
refreshments, door prizes
and race awards. Register
online at www.active.com
or download an entry form
at www.rmhpensacola.org.
The Tiger Trot 5K/1 OK
race is brought to you
by the GE volunteers. All
proceeds from the Tiger
Trot 5K/1 OK go to Ronald
McDonald House Charities
of Northwest Florida to
provide a Home-Away-
From-Home for families of
children suffering a medical
crisis. For more information,
call the GE volunteers at
850-474-4401 or contact
the Ronald McDonald
House at 850-477-2273 or
events@rmhpensacola.org.


DICKSON from page B1


Of course, some of those
predictions did come true, and it's
hard to imagine life today without
computers.
My personal notebook computer
- which I might note cost only
slightly more than that old
typewriter - is more powerful and
faster than anything Gulf Power had
in 1977.
In many ways, the computer,
and the Internet technology that
goes with it, is both a blessing
and a curse. As a sports fan and
information junkie, I love it. The
fan in me likes being able to read


and express my opinion about my
beloved Tennessee Volunteers on a
site devoted to the Vols. I also love
the way it allows me to keep up with
friends on community sites or by
e-mail.
As a newspaperman, I both love
and hate the Internet.
I love the benefit of being able to
break stories online when we don't
go to print for two days. I appreciate
the interaction the computers allow
me to have with our readers as well.
But the convenience that goes
with modern technology also takes
away the personal touch that can


make this business so great. And
while I understand the concerns that
some parents of athletes might have
in extreme situations, with putting
their name on a letter to the editor
or a post on a Web site, I've always
felt an anonymous comment carries
less weight than those that come
from someone using his or her own
name.
I know people still talk about high
school football at church on Sunday
morning and have the preacher for
lunch Sunday afternoon, but since
the Internet took hold, it just isn't the
same.


GATORS from page B1


the playoffs), but I can see
people knocking each other
off. But another loss would
be devastating.
"It's now or never, but I
believe there is still a pos-
sibility (of sneaking into the
playoffs) because people
are playing everybody so
close."
Kellogg said the Chiefs
(2-1, 2-1) are very similar to
the Seahawks.
"Northview- is a rep-
lica of South Walton, but
with more speed," he said.
"They present a lot of
problems with us - with
the size factor, they should
dominate. They are much
bigger than us.
"They've got big linemen,
that can run, and they've
got more skill people than
South Walton, so that's an-
other challenge."
The Baker coaching
staff decided to go back to
the basics of power football
after the season-opening
loss to Crestview. Slowly
but surely, things are turn-
ing around behind the
pounding running style of
sophomore running back
Vada Moore.
"After ,the Crestview
game, we decided to pound
it, and we've done well
pounding it," Kellogg said,
"but you've got to eliminate
turnovers, and you've got to
eliminate stupid penalties.
"Those have kind of been
the downfall for us. When-


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NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
Baker's Vada Moore throws the ball down field on
Friday against South Walton.


ever we get something go-
ing, we make a mistake."
The Gators ran 41 plays
in the first half against the
Seahawks but only scored
12 points. Missed extra
points and two missed field


goals were the story of the
game.
Even though the Gators
have yet to crack the win
column, Kellogg has been
impressed with his young
team.


"Our kids amaze -me
at how hard they play and
how much better they are
getting every week to play
withithe people we are play-
ing. I think everybody in
our district looks at us and
we aren't very big and we
don't have much speed," he
said. "I don't know if we are
going to be the spoiler now
and knock some people out.
But you never know what
will happen in this thing."
Baker's players are just
ready to get that first win.
"We are getting closer
and closer every week,"
Logan Wagner said. "We
are becoming a better team
and meshing together. We
just have to have a great
week of practice and work
hard to finally get over that
hump.
"We are getting better,
but it's tough not getting
over the hump. Hopefully
we can do that this week."
Christian Mainor be-
lieves it's just a matter of
playing a complete game,
"I think we have im-
proved a lot," he said. "We
just need to start playing
four quarters of football.
That's our only problem.
"Everything we do
preparation-wise and play-
'ing hard, we have all that.
If we can keep buying into
what the coaches are tell-
ing us to do, it's going to be
a pretty good game and we
are going to do all right."


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"It was a real disappointing loss,"
Pickett said. "We really thought our
game plans was going to work We had
a lot of stuff that we thought was going
to be good against them, but we really
weren't ready for what they did to us.
"We've got to put that behind and
get ready to play Navarre this week.
We have to win this.game to get our
confidence back before we start dis-
trict (2-4A) play (next Friday at Fort
Walton Beach)."
Junior tight end/fullback Allen
Caldwell still hasn't figured out what
happened, but attributes the poor
showing against the Crusaders par-
tially to Crestview's open date.
"We have to have a better week of
practice," he said. "We had two weeks
(to prepare) for Catholic, and I think
we took it for granted (that Crestview
would win).


"We didn't have our best night. We
weren't ready mentally. We just have
to have a better week of practice."
The Raiders have been outscored
97-28 in their three losses. Last week
they dropped a District 1-4A game to
Pine Forest 29-3 and avoided being
shut out by kicking a field goal late in
the first half.
Pickett isn't letting those scores
fool him, as he knows things can turn
against a team on the road.
"When you are home, you pretty
much have the home field advantage,"
he said. "On the road we just have to
go out there and play and not get to
upset about calls that we might not get
going our way.
Crestviewplays District2-4A games
at Fort Walton Beach and Niceville,
and Coach Matt Brunson believes it's
important for the Bulldogs to experi-


ence a road game before kicking off
district play with the Vikings.
"We get to dress up in white and see
how we do on the road," he said. "We
play Niceville and Fort Walton Beach
on the road, so wemneed to get our road
routine down.
"I'm expecting a tough game from
a good Navarre team.'
Pickett doesn't think this year's
game with the Raiders will be the nail-
biter of a year ago.
"I don't expect it to be close," he
said. "Coming off the loss, I don't think
anybody wants a close game. We want
to get in a rhythm so we can have a lot
of confidence going into our first dis-
trict game."
"It's not district loss (to Catholic),
but it is a loss on your record." Caldwell
added. "We have to come back against
Navarre and then we have Fort Walton."


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Crestview News Bulletin I B3


Spreading the word


Local Rotarians
distribute dictionaries
Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
Thanks to local Rotarians, our
north county third-graders know
something most of the rest of us
don't: the longest word in the English
language. Or at least, they know right
where to find it.
The 1,909-letter word, the proper
name for an enzyme that has 267 ami-
no acids, is the last entry in a diction-
ary the service organization passed
out to every third-grader in Okaloosa
County. The word takes up 26 lines on
its entry page.
Since August 2006, the local RO-o
tarians have distributed nearly 3,250
free dictionaries to area third-grad-
ers. This year alone, they passed
out almost 750. Many of the kids who
are now in the sixth grade still use
the useful books they received three
years ago.
In addition to standard dictionary
entries, the books also include useful
facts, biographies of U.S. presidents,
the.United States Constitution, maps
of the world, geography information,
a map of the solar system, and, of
course, The Big Word.
"It almost is like a little bit of an
almanac," observed Rotarian Andy
Keith, a retired Eglin engineer, short-
ly before he and other Rotary Club
members Lynda Bush, Pat Dingess,
Stephanie DuPree and Pat Hollarn
and began passing the dictionaries
out to the third-grade kids at River-
side Elementary School.
During the first three years of


PHOTOS BY ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
WORD SEARCH: Eva Flischer and
Dakota Davis make good use of
the new dictionaries they received
from the Crestview Rotary Club.
The Iwo are in Janice Stephens
third grade class at Riverside
Elementary School in Crestview.
the dictionary project, the Rotary
distributed the books to elementary
students in nearby Lockhart, Ala., in
addition to seven north Okaloosa el-
ementary schools.
"The project became so popular
in our area that an organization in
Alabama asked to take over the proj-
ect in Lockhart," explained Bush, a
Crestview real estate agent who is
president of the local Rotary Club.
"They had. received a donation that
was restricted to literacy projects
and liked the dictionary project."
"Rotary's goal is to help students
.become active readers, good writers,
and resourceful learners," the Rotary
said through a press release.
After each Riverside third-grade
student received a dictionary of his or
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several games to help them learn
how to use the book. The first word
the kids had to look up was "literacy."
Anthony Sylverain's hand shot up
shortly after one of his classmate's.
However, the other child jumped
the gun; she couldn't tell Bush what
page "literacy" was on. But Anthony
could, and basked in the praise that
followed his demonstration of dic-
tionary proficiency.
With their thinking caps firmly in
place, the kids challenged one an-
other to find a word in the book. They
learned that in addition to showing
how to spell a word, the dictionary
can be used to define it, and to an-
swer what part of speech it is. As
many already knew, they also found
that some words sound exactly like
other words,but, as in the case of
"read" and "reed," have completely
different meanings.
Many of the kids went wide-eyed
w)ien Bush assured them, "Remem-
ber, these are your books. They be-
long to you. They do not belong to
your school. They do not belong to
your teachers. They are yours to take
home."
That went over really big. It was
another notion that didn't sit easily
with her audience at all.
"Maybe your teachers will put [the
Big Word] on your next spelling test,"
Bush jokingly suggested.
A chorus of "Nooooo!" followed
long and loudly.
If you'd like to see the longest word
in the English language as printed
in the back of the free dictionaries
distributed to area third graders by
the Rotary Club International, visit
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


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ENACTMENT OF AN
ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, October
J2. 2009 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the
Council Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street,
Crestview, Florida, the City Council of the City of Crestview
proposes to adopt Ordinance #1431 which is set forth by title
as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1431
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 1.64� ACRES OF. CONTIGUOUS
LANDS LOCATED IN, SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 23 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED AS
SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR
BOUNDARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND ZONING
DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE
BASE, LAND USE AND ZONING MAPS; PROVIDING FOR,
A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT; PROVIDING
FOR FILING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY, THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICER OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL
OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The 1.64 acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1431 is identified
in the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's Office by
.parcel identification numbers 32-3N-23-0000-0044-0160,
32-3N-23-0000-0000-0300, and 32-3N-23-0000-0044-0310.
Said 1.64 acres is located in Section 32, Township 3 North,
Range 23 West, at the intersection of Hwy 85 South and P.
J. Adams Pkwy. The parcel's location is shown on the map
labeled "Ord. 1431" in this advertisement.
Copy of the proposed ordinance and complete legal
description of the property being annexed are available in the
City Clerk's Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in
the City of Crestview, Florida, where they may be inspected
by the public and .interested parties, and interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed ordinances.
The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability
status. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as
provided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure
access to and participation in the meeting should contact
the Office of the City Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appropriate
arrangements.
If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting
or public hearing such person will need a record of the
proceedings and for such purpose, such person may need
to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made,
which record includes the testimony and any evidence upon
which the appeal is to be based.
The City of Crestview supports "Equal Opportunity
Employment, Housing and Providing Handicap Access".


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Wednesday, September 30, 2009


S..R . P ..: Xi Psi selects 2009 Woman of the Year


Ethel George of Crest-
view has been named the
2009 Woman of the year
for Xi Psi, a local chapter
of the Beta Sigma Phi
Sorority.
This is the sixth time
she has received this
honor, which is given to
an outstanding chapter
member in recognition
of herwhole-hearted
participation in sorority


activities,
and for
making
the fullest
use of her
: talents for
the good of
the chapter
ETHEL and the
GEORGE community.
Ethel
has been a
devoted member of Beta


Sigma Phi since 1995 and
is an asset to her sorority.
She holds the Preceptor
degree and is currently
president of her chapter.
Beta Sigma Phi is a
nonacademic sorority
with 200,000 members
in chapter around the
world. The sorority was
founded in 1931 for the
social, cultural and civic
enrichment of its mem-


bers, who have donated
approximately $1 million
to medical research and
treatment through The
Endowment Fund.
The motto for Beta
Sigma Phi is "Life,
Learning and Friend-
ship." Service is done lo-
cally and internationally
and is a tribute to
the character of the
members.


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
GRAND OPENING: Stephanie and Curtis Marraco work
to prepare for their Taco Town's grand opening on
Saturday.

Taco Town opening in Baker


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
"Why run to the border,
when you can stay in
town." That's the Taco
Town motto and one that
will soon apply in Baker.
Baker residents will
be able to add Taco Town
to their choice of eateries
when the restaurant opens
on Oct. 3. The new location
is in a former convenience
store on State Road 4
south of town.
Owners Stephanie and
Curtis Marraco are excited
about their new venture.
"We moved from
Michigan over a year ago
and began learning the
ropes while working at
my parents' Taco Town in
Fort Walton Beach," said
Stephanie.


The business will be
open six days a week and
will offer daily and dinner
specials. Hours may later
be adjusted according to
customers' needs.
A Friends and Family
Night is planned for Friday,
Oct. 2, both as a thank you
for those that helped the
Marracos get established
and as a soft opening for
employees. Doors will
swing open to the public
during Saturday's grand
opening.
The Marracos are
proud of the fact that all
six of their employees are
from Baker.
"We wanted to hire local
residents that are familiar
with the area and at the
same time give back to the
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vs.
DIVISION:
RANDALL C. NELSON ,
et al,
ANNOUNCEMENTS Defendant(s).
1100 - Legal Advertising NOTICE OF ACTION
1110 - Classified Notices TO:
1120 - Public Notices/ RANDALL C. NELSON
112Announcements RANDALLC.NELSON
1125- Carpools & LAST KNOWN AD-
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1130 - Adoptions THOMAS COURT
1140 - Happy Ads FORT WALTON
1150 - Personals BEACH, FL 325484100
1160,- Lost
1170 - Found CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
.ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
Legal # 100800 HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
IN THE CIRCUIT ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
COURT OF THE KNOWN TO, BE DEAD
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- OR ALIVE, WHETHER
CUlT SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
IN AND FOR TIES MAY CLAIM AN
OKALOOSA COUNTY, INTEREST AS
FLORIDA ' SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
CIVIL ACTION VISEES, . GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
WELLS FARGO BANK, ANTS
NA,
Plaintiff, LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-004918 CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

Do Something Good YOU ARE NOTI-
FIED that an action to
For Tomorrow foreclose a mortgage
on the following prop-
ECYCLE t in OKALOOSA
County, Florida:
TO LOT 12, COV-
1TUDAY ENTRY GARDEN, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 7, PAGE 78 OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
E ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
you and you are re-


quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before 11/09/09, on
Florida Default Law
Group, PL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition. ' I .
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 24 day of Sep-
tember, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Grbup, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
NMNC-SPECFNMA-R-k
hartmaier-F09082754
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities . Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension


7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with
the Americans with Dis-
abilities Act, persons
with disabilities need-
ing special accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
09/30/09
10/07/09



Legal # 100847
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK MELLON, FKA
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS SUCCES-
SOR IN INTEREST TO
JP MORGAN CHASE
BANK NA AS TRUS-
TEE FOR STRUC-
TURED ASSET MORT-
GAGE INVESTMENTS
II INC. BEAR
STEARNS ALT-A
TRUST 2005-8, MORT-
G A G E
PASS-THROUGH
CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2005-8,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-004312
vs.
DIVISION:
STEVEN K. MCDON-
ALD, et al,


Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
STEVEN K. MCDON-
ALD
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 2484 NE
BRIARCLIFF ROAD
UNIT# 22139
ATLANTA, GA
303293011
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN- IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: U N -
KNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

YOU ARE NOTI-
FIED that an action to
foreclose a mortgage
on the following prop-
erty In OKALOOSA
County, Florida:
LOT 2, BLOCK D, A
RESUBDIVISION OF A
PORTION OF' PINE
RIDGE TRACE, AC-
CORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 12, PAGE 14,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA


has been'filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before 10-19-09, on
Florida Default Law
Group, PL., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 2 day of Sep-
tember, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court
By:Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Invoice to & Copy to:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
ASC-CONV-R-khart-
maier-F09073992
**See Americans with
Disabilities Act
IMPORTANT
In accordance
with the Americans
with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabili-
ties needing special
accommodation to
participate in this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Administra-
tion at 101 James Lee
Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,


32536-3515; tele-
phone number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 .
IMPORTANT
In accordance
with the Americans
with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabili-
ties needing special
accommodation to
participate In this pro-
ceeding should con-
tact Court Administra-
tion at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar,
FL, 32579; telephone
number (850)
651-7497, prior to the
proceeding.
09/23/09
09/30/09



Legal # 100859
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE JUDI-
CIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09-CP-793
IN RE: THE ESTATE
OF:
JAMES HAROLD
THIGPEN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of JAMES
HAROLD THIGPEN,
deceased, is pending
in the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
1250 North Eglin Park-
way, Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida
32579. The names and
addresses of the Per-
sonal Representative
and the Personal
Representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent to unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of this notice is
served, must file their
claims with this Court


WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file
their claims with the
Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
JOANNE RODRIGUEZ
Personal Representa-
tive
434 Primrose Circle
Destin, Florida 32541
The. date publication of
this notice is Septem-
ber 23,2009.
MICHAEL A. JONES,
ESQ.
POST OFFICE BOX
947
NICEVILLE, FL
32588-0947
850-729-7440
Florida Bar No. 332471
Attorney -for Personal,
Representative
09/23/09
09/30/09


Legal # 100860 -
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
BRANCH BANKING
AND TRUST COM-
PANY,
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.
2006-CA-3827-C
vs.
DIVISION
CINDY EDMONDS, et


al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FOBE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
September 10, 2009
and entered in Case
NO. 2006-CA-3827-C of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein BRANCH
BANKING AND TRUST
COMPANY, is the
Plaintiff and CINDY
EDMONDS; PAMELA
CLINE HEGERTY;
are the Defendants, I
will sell to the highest
and best bidder for
cash at CRESTVIEW:
IN FRONT OF THE
CLERK'S FRONT
DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 13
day of October, 2009,
the following described
property as set forth in
said Final Judgment:
LOT 10, BLOCK B,
CORONADO VILLAGE
PHASE III ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 16, PAGE 71,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 4781 Coronado
Circle, Crestvlew, FL
32539-5718
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus
from the sale, if any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on September
14, 2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De-


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fault Law Group, PL. Florida Default Law ceeding. or Shalimar
PO. Box 25018 Legal # 100863 Group, PL. (850) 651-7497
Tampa, Florida PO. Box 25018
33622-5018 IN THE CIRCUIT OF Tampa, Florida IMPORTANT
F 0 6 0 1 5 6 5 9 THE FIRST JUDICIAL 33622-5018
LIBERTY-SPECFHLMC- CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR F07011052-WMFIDELI- In accordance with the
R-ejayska OKALOOSA COUNTY, TY-SPECFHLMC-R-ejays Americans with Disabil-
**See Americans with FLORIDA. CASE NO. ka cities Act, persons with
Disabilities Act 09-CP-1006 **See Americans with disabilities needing
IMPORTANT Disabilities Act** special accommoda-
IN RE: ESTATE OF: IMPORTANT tion to participate in
In accordance with JUHA TAPANI this proceeding should
the Americans with Dis- NOPANEN, In accordance with the contact Court Adminis-
abilities Act, persons Deceased. Americans with Disabil- tration at 1250 N. Eglin
with disabilities need- cities Act, persons with Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
ing special accommo- NOTICE TO CREDI- disabilities needing 32579; telephone num-
dation to participate in TORS special accommoda- ber (850) 651-7497,
this proceeding should tion to participate in prior to the proceeding.
contact Court Adminis- The administration of this proceeding should
tration at 101 James the estate of JUHA contact Court Adminis- 09/23/09
Lee Boulevard East, TAPANI NOPANEN, de- tration at 101 James 09/30/09
Crestview, FL, ceased, is pending in Lee Boulevard East,
32536-3515; telephone the Circuit Court for Crestview, FL, Legal # 100874 N
number (850) Okaloosa County 32536-3515; telephone
689-5000, Extension Courthouse Annex, number (850) NOTICE OF FICTI-
7497, prior to the pro- Shalimar, Florida 689-5000, Extension TIOUS NAME LAW
ceeding. or Shalimar 32579. The names and 7497, prior to the pro- PURSUANT TO SEC-
(850) 651-7497 addresses of the Per- ceeding. or Shalimar TION 865.09, FLOR-
sonal Representative's (850) 651-7497 IDA STATUTES
IMPORTANT attorney are set forth
below. IMPORTANT NOTICE IS HEREBY
In accordance with GIVEN that the under-
the Americans with Dis- All creditors of the de- In accordance with the signed, desiring to en-
abilities Act,; persons pedent and other per- Americans with Disabil- gage,in business under
with disabilities need- sons having claims or cities Act, persons with the fictitious name of
ing special accommo- demandsagainstt disabilities needing Artisan Tables and
nation to participate in decedent's estate, in- special accommotla- Glass Works located at
this proceeding should cluding unmatured, tion to participate in 603 Red Fern Road, in
contact Court Adminis- contingent or unliqui- this proceeding should the County of Okaloosa
tration at 1250 N. Eglin dated claims, on whom contact Court Adminis- in the City of Crestview,
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, a copy of this notice is tration at 1250 N. Eglin Florida 32536 intends
32579; telephone num- served, must file their Parkway, Shalimar, FL, to register the said
ber (850) 651-7497, claims with this Court 32579; telephone num- name with the Division
prior to the proceeding. WITHIN THE LATER ber (850) 651-7497, of Corporations of the
09/23/09 OF 3 MONTHS AFTER prior to the proceeding. Florida Department of
09/30/09 THE DATE OF FIRST Statera D aahassee
PUBLICATION OF State, Tallahassee,
THIS NOTICE OR 30 09/23/09 Florida.
DAYS AFTER THE 09/30/09 Dated, Crestview, Flor-
DATE OF SERVICE iated, Crestview, Flor-
Legal # 100861 OF A COPY OF THIS ida, this 220day of Sep-
NOTICE ON THEM. member, 2009
IN THE CIRCUIT Legal # 100867
COURT OF THE All other creditors of Erika Oetman
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- the decedent and other IN THE CIRCUIT
CUIT persons having claims COURT OF THE 09/30/09
IN AND FOR or demands against FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, decedent's estate, in- CUlT Legal # 100875
FLORIDA cluding unmatured, IN AND FOR
CIVIL ACTION contingent or unliqui- OKALOOSA COUNTY, IN THE CIRCUIT
dated claims, must file FLORIDA COURT OF THE
INDYMAC BANK F.S.B, their claims with the CIVIL ACTION FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
Plaintiff, Court WITHIN 3 CUIT
MONTHS AFTER THE DEUTSCHE BANK NA- IN AND FOR
CASE NO. 2007 CA DATE OF THE FIRST TIONAL TRUST COM- OKALOOSA COUNTY,
005972 S PUBLICATION OF PANY AS TRUSTEE FLORIDA
vs. THIS NOTICE. FOR MASTR SPEC LN CIVIL ACTION
DIVISION TR06-3,
ALL CLAIMS AND OB- Plaintiff, C A S E PHH MORTGAGE
CHRISTIAN PARFENE, SECTIONS NOT SO N 0 . : CORPORATION,
metal, FILED WILL BE FOR- 2007-CA-1138 Plaintiff, CASE
Defendant(s). EVER BARRED vs. DIVISION: N O . :0
EVER BARRED. 46-2008-CA-1522S'
JANE NOPANEN RAMON A. TORIBIO, et vs. DIVISION:
NOTICE OF FORE- Personal Representa- al, KIMBERLY ANNE
CLOSURE SALE tive COOPER A/K/A KIM
811. Magnolia Shores Defendant(s). COOPER, et al,
NOTICE IS HEREBY Drive
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- Niceville, Florida 32578 NOTICE OF RE- Defendant(s).
nal Judgment of Mort- NOTICE OF RE-
gage Foreclosure The date of first publi- SCHEDULED FORE- NOTICE OF RE-
dated July 31, 2009 cation of this notice is CLOSURE SALE SCHEDULED FORE-
and entered in Case September 23,2009. CLOSURE SALE
No. 2007 CA 005972 S NOTICE IS HEREBY
of the Circuit Court of Respectfully submitted, GIVEN pursuant to an NOTICE IS HEREBY
the FIRST Judicial Cir- MICHAEL A. JONES, Order Rescheduling GIVEN pursuant to an
cuit in and for ESQ. Foreclosure Sale dated Order Rescheduling
OKALOOSA County, POST OFFICE BOX September 10, 2009 Foreclosure Sale dated
Florida wherein 947 NICEVILLE, FL and entered in Case September 14, 2009
INDYMAC BANK F.S.B, 32588-0947 NO. 2007-CA-1138 of and entered in Case
is the Plaintiff and 850-729-7440 the Circuit. Court of the NO. 46-2008-CA-1522S
CHRISTIAN PARFENE; Florida Bar No. 332471 FIRST Judicial Circuit of the Circuit Court of
INDYMAC BANK F.S.B; Attorney for Personal in and for OKALOOSA the FIRST Judicial Cir-
EMERALD ISLE CLUB, Representative County, Florida cuit in and for
INC.; are the Defend- wherein DEUTSCHE OKALOOSA County,
ants, I will sell to the 09/23/09 BANK NATIONAL Florida wherein PHH
highest and best bid- 09/30/09 TRUST COMPANY AS MORTGAGE CORPO-
der for cash at IN TRUSTEE FOR MASTR RATION, is the Plaintiff
FRONT OF CLERK'S SPEC LN.TR06-3, is the and KIMBERLY ANNE
FRONT DOOR OF Plaintiff and RAMON A. COOPER A/K/A KIM
SHALIMAR ANNEX at TORIBIO; RAMON C. COOPER; RYAN M.
11:00AM, on the 13 day Legal #100865 TORIBIO; SUMMER COOPER; TYNDALL
of October, 2009, the PLACE CONDOMIN- FEDERAL CREDIT UN-
following described IN THE CIRCUIT IUM OWNERS ASSO- ION; are the Defend-
property as set forth in COURT'OF THE CIATION, INC.; are the ants, I will sell to the
said Final Judgment: FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- Defendants, I will sell to highest and best bid-
CUIT the highest and best der for cash at
APARTMENT 311 OF IN AND FOR bidder for cash at SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
EMERALD ISLE, A OKALOOSA COUNTY, CRESTVIEW: SOUTH OF CLERK'S FRONT
CONDOMINIUM AC- FLORIDA FRONT DOOR OF THE DOOR OF SHALIMAR
CORDING TO THE CIVIL ACTION OKALOOSA COUNTY ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
AMENDED DECLARA- COURTHOUSE the 20 day of October,
TION OF CONDOMIN- JPMORGAN CHASE 2009, the following de-
IUM RECORDED IN BANK, NATIONAL AS- SHALIMAR: IN FRONT scribed property as set
OFFICIAL RECORDS SOCIATION, OF CLERK'S FRONT forth in said Final Judo-
BOOK 824, PAGES Plaintiff, C A S E DOOR OF SHALIMAR ment:
177 THROUGH 252 N 0 . : ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
OF THE PUBLIC REC- 2007-CA-1858-S the 13 day. of October, LOT 58, BLOCK 5,
ORDS OF OKALOOSA vs. DIVISION: 2009, the following de- BRYN MAWR PARK
COUNTY, FLORIDA. ROBERT B. BU- scribed property as set FIRST ADDITION, AC-
TOGETHER WITH AN CHANAN JR. , et al, forth in said Final Judg- CORDING TO THE
UNDIVIDED INTER- ment: PLAT THEREOF, RE-
EST.IN THE COMMON Defendantss. CORDED IN PLAT
ELEMENTS APPUR- . CONDOMINIUM UNIT BOOK 3, PAGE 22, OF
TENANT THERETO NO. 301, OF SUMMER THE PUBLIC REC-
AS SET FORTH IN NOTICE OF RE- PLACE, A CONDO- ORDS OF OKALOOSA
SAID DECLARATION. SCHEDULED FORE- MINIUM, ACCORDING COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CLOSURE SALE TO THE DECLARA-
A/K/A 770 SUNDIAL N ICE TION OF CONDOMIN- A/K/A 255 ARGYLE
COURT UNIT 311 NOTICE IS HEREBY IUM, RECORDED IN COURT, MARY ES-
FORT WALTON GIVEN pursuant to an OFFICIAL ; RECORDS THEIR, FL 32569
BEACH, FL 32548 Order Rescheduling BOOK 2476, START-
Foreclosure Sale dated ING AT PAGE 2619, Any person, claiming
Any person claiming an September 14, 2009 AND CONDOMINIUM an interest In the sur-
interest in the surplus and entered in Case PLAT BOOK 10, plus from the sale, If
from the sale, if any, NO. 2007-CA-1858-S of PAGES 40, 41 AND any, other than the
other than the property the Circuit Court of the 42, OF THE PUBLIC property owner as of
owner as of the date of FIRST Judicial Circuit RECORDS OF the date of the Lis
the Us Pendens must in and for OKALOOSA OKALOOSA COUNTY, Pendens must file a
file a claim within sixty County, Florida FLORIDA. TOGETHER claim within sixty (60)
(60) days after the sale. wherein JPMORGAN WITH AN UNDIVIDED days after the sale.
CHASE BANK, NA- INTEREST IN THE
WITNESS MY HAND TIONAL ASSOCIA- COMMON ELEMENTS WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this TION, is the Plaintiff WHICH ARE APPUR- and the seal of this
Court on September and ROBERT B. BU- TENANT TO THE UNIT Court on September
14,2009 . CHANAN JR.; MORT- AS SET OUT IN SAID 16, 2009.
GAGE ELECTRONIC DECLARATION OF
Don W. Howard REGISTRATION SYS- CONDOMINIUM. Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit TEMS, INCORPO- Clerk of the Circuit
Court RATED A.S NOMINEE A/K/A 1111 Sanla Rosa Court
By:Viki Jackson FOR IRWN UNION Boulevard Unit 301, Ft By:Beth McDonald
Deputy Clerk BANK AND TRUST Walton Beach, FL Deputy Clerk
COMPANY; are the De- 32548
Publish in Crestview pendants, I wl se to Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin . ,the g es and best Any person claiming News Bulletin
Invoice To: Florida De- ier fr caISN RONaT .an interest in the sur- InvoiceTo:
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harnig scribed property as set days after the sale. NMA-B-rharnig
**See Americans with forth in said Final Judg- **See Americans with
Disabilities Act ment: WITNESS MY HAND Disabilities Act**
IMPORTANT LOT 17 Band the seal of this IMPORTANT
LOT 17, BLOCK 6, Court on September
In accordance with WINTHROP PLACE, 14, 2009. In accordance with the
the Americans with Dis- ACCORDING TO THE Americans with Disabil-
abilities Act, persons PLAT THEREOF AS Don W. Howard ties Act, persons with
with disabilities need- RECORDED IN PLAT1 Clerk of the Circuit disabilities needing
ing special accommo- BOOK 2, PAGE 191,C Court special accommoda-
dation to participate in OF THE PUBLIC REC- By:Viki Jackson tion to participate in
this proceeding should ORDS OF OKALOOSA Deputy Clerk this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis- COUNTY, FLORIDA. contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James A W Publish in Crestview tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, A/K/A 505 WINTHROP News Bulletin Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL, STREET, FORT WAL Invoice To: Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone TON BEACH, FL32547 Florida Default Law 32536-3515; telephone
number (850) Group, PL. number (850)
689-5000, Extension Any person claiming PO. Box 25018 689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro- an Interest In the sur- Tampa, Florida 7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar plus from the sale, if 33622-5018 ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497 any, other than the F07005953-GMAC-CON (850) 651-7497
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dation to participate in Court on September disabilities needing tion to participate in
this proceeding should 16,2009. special accommoda- this proceeding should
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tration at 1250 N. Eglin Don W. Howard this proceeding should tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL Clerk of the Circuit contact Court Adminis- Parkway. Shalimar. FL,
32579; telephone num- Court tration at 101 James 32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497, By:Beth McDonald Lee Boulevard East. ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding. Deputy Clerk Crestview, FL. prior to the proceeding.
09/23/09 32536-3515; telephone
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gal # 100876 and SHAWN A. LAST KNOWN AD- #5N1AN08U57C525198 TO THE PLAT
GRANATO; ANY AND DRESS: UNKNOWN THEREOF AS RE-
IN THE CIRCUIT ALL UNKNOWN PAR- The auction will be held CORDED IN PLAT
COURT OF THE TIES CLAIMING BY, CURRENT ADDRESS: at 956 W. James Lee BOOK 2, PAGE 86, OF
RST JUDICIAL CIR- THROUGH, UNDER, UNKNOWN Blvd, Crestview, Fl THE PUBLIC REC-
CUIT AND AGAINST THE 32536, Crestview Paint ORDS OF OKALOOSA
IN AND FOR HEREIN NAMED INDI- & Body has the right to COUNTY, FLORIDA.
KALOOSA COUNTY, VIDUAL DEFEND- YOU ARE NOTI- turn down any and all has been filed against
FLORIDA ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT FIED that an action to bids. you and you are re-
CIVIL ACTION KNOWN TO BE DEAD foreclose a mortgage quired to serve a copy
OR ALIVE, WHETHER on the following prop- 9/30/2009 of your written de-
H MORTGAGE SAID UNKNOWN PAR- erty in OKALOOSA senses, if any, on or be-
RPORATION F/K/A TIES MAY CLAIM AN County, Florida: fore 10-29-2009, on
RNDANT MORT- INTEREST AS Florida Default Law
GE CORPORATION .SPOUSES, HEIRS, .DE- COMMENCING LEGAL#120363 Group, RL., Plaintiff's
B/A PHH VISEES, GRANTEES, AT THE NORTHWEST attorney, whose ad-
RTGAGE SER- OR OTHER CLAIM- CORNER OF SECTION IN THE CIRCUIT dress is 9119 Corpo-
ES - ANTS; MORTGAGE 3, TOWNSHIP 4 COURT OF THE rate Lake Drive, Suite
Paintff, C A S E ELECTRONIC REGIS- NORTH, RANGE 25 FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 300, Tampa, Florida
O TRATION SYSTEMS, WEST OKALOOSA CUIT, 33634, and file the orig-
2008-CA-1941 ' INCORPORATED, AS COUNTY, FLORIDA; IN AND FOR final with this Court ei-
DIVISION: NOMINEE FOR THENCE SOUTH 00 OKALOOSA COUNTY, other before service on
DU MOC TRAN et CITIMORTGAGE, INC.; DEGREES 50 MIN- FLORIDA Plaintiff's attorney or
U MC TRAN EMERALD LAKES UTES 21 SECONDS PROBATE DIVISION immediately thereafter;
PROPERTY OWNERS WEST ALONG THE CASE 2009CP000999 otherwise a default will
Defendant(s). ASSOCIATION, INC.; WEST SECTION LINE be entered against you
are the Defendants, I THEREOF A DIS- IN RE:Estate of LE- for the relief demanded
will sell to the highest TANCE OF 669.17 LAND E. LAMBERT, in the Complaint or pe-
NOTICE OF RE- and best bidder for FEET TO THE NORTH Deceased. tition.
SCHEDULED FORE- cash at CRESTVIEW: RIGHT OF WAY LINE This notice shall be
CLOSURE SALE SOUTH FRONT DOOR OF GAS LINE EASE- NOTICE TO CREDI- published once each
OF THE OKALOOSA MENT (75.00 RIGHT TORS week for two consecu-
)TICE IS HEREBY COUNTY COURT- OF WAY) BEING ALSO (Ancillary) tive weeks in the Crest-
VEN pursuant to an HOUSE . THE POINT OF BEGIN- . view News Bulletin.
derN ursuant toheduli an NING; THENCE CON- The administration of WITNESS my hand and
reclosure Sale datedl SHALIMAR: IN FRONT TINUE SOUTH 00 DE- the Estate of LELAND the seal of this Court
Stember 16, 2009 OF CLERK'S FRONT GREES 50 MINUTES E. LAMBERT, De- on this 14 day of Sep-
d entered n Case DOOR OF SHALIMAR 21 SECONDS WEST ceased, File Number member, 2009.
. 46-2008-CA-1941 ANNEX at 11:00AM, on ALONG SAID WEST 2009-CP-000999, is
of the Circuit Court of the 19 day of October, LINE A DISTANCE OF pending in the Circuit Don W. Howard
FIRST Judicial Cir- 2009, the following de- 276.80 FEET TO THE Court of Okaloosa Clerk of the Court -
it in and for scribed property as set NORTH RIGHT OF County, Florida, the ad-
ALOOSA County forth in said Final Judg- WAY LINE OF A dress of which is By: Anita Cantrall
)rida wherein PHA ment: COUNTY ROAD Okaloosa County As Deputy Clerk
DRTGAGE CORPO- (100.00 FEET RIGHT Courthouse,. 101 East
TION . F/K/A LOT 13, EMERALD OF WAY); THENCE James Lee Boulevard, Florida Default Law
IDANT MORT- LAKES PHASE III, BE- SOUTH 82 DEGREES Crestview, Florida Group, PL.
GE CORPORATION ING A PORTION OF 00 MINUTES 32 SEC- 32536. The name and RO. Box 25018
B/A PHH UNSECTIONALIZED ONDS EAST ALONG address of the Ancillary Tampa, Florida
BRTGAGE SER- TOWNSHIP 2 SOUTH, SAID NORTH RfGHT Personal Representa- 33622-5018
CES, is the Plaintiff RANGE 22 WEST, OF WAY LINE A DIS- tive and the Ancillary
d MAU MOC TRAN; OKALOSSA COUNTY, TANCE OF 521.10 P e r s o n a I IMPORTANT
T THI LE; are the FLORIDA, ACCORD- FEET; THENCE Representative's attor- In accordance with the
fendants, I will sell to ING TO THE PLAT RE- NORTH 74 DEGREES neys are set forth be- Americans with Disabil-
highest and best CORDED IN PLAT 24 MINUTES 38 SEC- low. cities Act, persons with
hder for cash at BOOK 19, PAGES 5 ONDS EAST ALONG All creditors of the de- disabilities needing
Ae LIMAR: IN FRONT AND 6, OF THE PUB- SAID NORTH RIGHT cedent and other per- special accommoda-
SCLERK'S FRONT LIC RECORDS OF OF WAY LINE A DIS- sons having claims or tion to participate in
IOR OF SHALIMAR SAID COUNTY. TANCE OF 113.65 demands against this proceeding should
R aF SHAMA n FEET TO SAID NORTH decedent's estate on contact Court Adminis-
NEX at 11:00AM, ontober, A/K/A 333 TEQUESTA RIGHT OF WAY LINE whom a copy of this tration at 101 James
19, the following de- DRIVE, DESTIN, FL OF GAS LINE EASE- notice is required to be Lee Boulevard East,
ibed property as set 32541 MENT; THENCE served must file their Crestview, " FL,
ibed Finproperty as set NORTH 62 DEGREES claims with this Court 32536-3515; telephone
thin said Final Judg- Any person claiming 51 MINUTES 08 SEC- WITHIN THE -LATER number (850)
ent: an interest In the sur- ONDS, WEST ALONG OF 3 MONTHS AFTER 689-5000, Extension
)T 4, HOUSTON plus from the sale, If SAID NORTH RIGHT THE TIME OF THE 7497, prior to the pro-
NOR, ACCORDING any, other than the OF WAY OF GAS LINE FIRST PUBLICATION ceeding. or Shalimar
NORTHE PLAT property owner as of A DISTANCE OF OF THIS NOTICE OR (850) 651-7497
IEREOF AS RE- the date of the LIs 698.41 FEET TO THE 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DRDED IN PLAT Pendens must file a POINT OF BEGINN- DATE OF SERVICE OF IMPORTANT
RDEK 21, PAGES 57 claim within sixty (60) ING. TOGETHER WITH A COPY OF THIS NO- In accordance with the
ID 58, OF THE PUB- days after the sale. A MOBILE HOME LO- TICE ON THEM. Americans with Disabil-
C RECORDS OF CATED THEREON AS All other creditors of cities Act, persons with
REKALOOSACOUNTYRDS WITNESS MY HAND A PERMANENT FIX- the decedent and other disabilities needing
ALOOSRIDA COUNTY and the seal of this TURE AND AN APPUR- persons having claims special accommoda-
ORIDA. Court on September TENANCE THERETO. or demands against the tion to participate in
K/A 503 SULLIVAN 18, 2009. ID NO: H182001GLR decedent's estate, in-, this proceeding should
/AREET, FORT WAL- cluding unmatured, contact Court Adminis-
N BEACH, FL 32548 Don W. Howard has been filed against contingent or unliqui- tration at 1250 N. Eglin
NClerk of the Circuit you and you are re- dated claims, must file Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
y person claiming Court quired to serve a copy their claims with this 32579; telephone num-'
y person claiming By:Beth McDonald of your written de- court WITHIN THREE ber (850) 651-7497,
is from the saleur- Deputy Clerk fenses, if any, on or (3) MONTHS AFTER prior to the proceeding.
sy, other than the before 11/06/09, on THE DATE OF THE
perty owner as of Publish in Crestview Florida Default Law FIRST PUBLICATION 9/23/2009
e date of the Lis News Bulletin Group, P.L., Plaintiff's OF THIS NOTICE. 9/30/2009
ndens must file as attorney, whose ad- ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
aim within sixty (60 "lInvoiceTo: dress is 9119 Corpo- FILED.WILL BE FOR-
ys after the sale. Florida Default Law rate Lake Drive, Suite EVER BARRED. NOT- LEGAL#120365
ys after the sale. Group, RL. 300, Tampa, Florida WITHSTANDING THE
WITNESS MY HAND RO. Box 25018 33634, and file the orig- TIME PERIOD SET IN THE CIRCUIT
d the seal of this Tampa, Florida final with this Court ei- FORTH ABOVE, ANY COURT OF THE
iurt on September 33622-5018 their before service on CLAIM FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
SS2009. F07046875-COUNTRY-CON Plaintiff's attorney or FILED TWO (2) YEARS CUIT
V immediately thereafter; OR MORE AFTER THE IN AND FOR
n W. Howard B/C-B-lcurry otherwise a default will DECEDENT'S DATE OF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
n W. Howard cuit **See Americans with be entered against you DEATH IS BARRED. FLORIDA
erk of the CrcuiDisabilities Act** for the relief demanded CIVIL ACTION CASE
Beth McDonald IMPORTANT in the Complaint or pe- The date of the first NO:462008
iputy Clerk tition. publication of this No- CA004710 DIVISION:
puty Clerk In accordance with the This notice shall be tice is September 23, FILE NO:F08069790
blish in Crestview Americans with Disabil- published once each 2009.
ews Bulletin cities Act, persons with week for two consecu- CHASE HOME F-
voice To: disabilities needing tive weeks in the Crest- ATTORNEY FOR AN- NANCE LLC,HOME F-
rida Default Law special accommoda- view News Bulletin. CILLARY PERSONAL Plaintiff,
ou P l. L tion to participate in WITNESS my hand REPRESENTATIVE
. Box 25018 this proceeding should and the seal of this RICHARD N. SHERRILL
mpa, Florida contact Court Adminis- Court on this 22 day of Florida Bar No.: .
622-5018 traction at 101 James Septmber, 2009. 0172812 CLARK, ANTHONY C. HART, et
8025691-CENDANT-F Lee Boulevard East, Don W. Howard PARTINGTON, HART, al,
MA-B-rharnig N Crestview, FL, Clerk of the Court . LARRY, Bond & Defendant(s).
See Americans with 32536-3515; telephone By: Anita Cantrall Stackhouse 125 West
sabilities Act**s umber (850) As Deputy Clerk Romana Street, Suite NOTICE OF RE-
1PORTANT 689-5000, Extension 800 RO. Box 13010 SCHEDULED FORE-
7497, prior to the pro- Invoice to & Copy to: Pensacola, Florida CLOSURE SALE
accordance with the ceeding. or Shalimar Florida Default Law 32591-3010, Tele-
ericans with Disabil- (850) 651-7497 Group, RL. phone:(850) 434-9200 NOTICE IS HEREBY
es Act, persons with IP NPRO. Box 25018 Fax:(850) 432-7340 GIVEN pursuant to an
abilities needing IMPORTANT Tampa, Florida Order Rescheduling
secial accommoda- 33622-5018 ANCILLARY PER- ForeclosureSale.dated
)n to participate in In accordance with the NMNC-FHA-R-khart- SONAL REPRESENTA- September 10, 2009
s proceeding should Americans with Disabil- maier-F09076434 TIVE JASON E. LAM- and entered in Case
ntact CourtAdminis- cities Act, persons with **See Americans with BERT 17098 McConnell N O
nation at 101 James disabilities needing Disabilities Act Road Prairieville, LA 46-2008-CA-004710 of
e Boulevard East, special accommoda- IMPORTANT 70769 the Circuit Court of the
estview, FL, tion to participate in 9 FIRST Judicial Circuit
536-3515; telephone this proceeding should In accordance with 9/23/2009 in and for OKALOOSA
imber 850) contact Court Adminis- the Americans-with Dis- 9/30/2009 County, Florida
9-5000, Extension traction at 1250 N. Eglin abilities Act, persons _____________ wherein CHASE HOME
97, prior to the pro- Parkway, Shalimar, FL, with disabilities need- FINANCE LLC, is the
ending. or Shalimar 32579; telephone num- ing special accommo- LEGAL#120364 Plaintiff and ANTHONY
50) 651-7497 ber (850) 651-7497, dation to participate in C. HART; JULIA LYNN
prior to the proceeding, this proceeding should IN THE CIRCUIT HART; USAA FEDERAL
OlPORTANT contact Court Adminis- COURT OF THE SAVINGS BANK; are
ration at .101 James FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- the Defendants, I will
Accordance with the 09/30/09 Lee Boulevard East, CUlT sell to the highest and
nericans with Disabil- 10/07/09 Crestview, FL, IN AND FOR best bidder for cash at
s Act, persons with 32536-3515; -telephone OKALOOSA COUNTY, SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
abilities needing number (850) FLORIDA OF CLERK'S FRONT
ecial accomnoda 689-5000, Extension CIVIL ACTION CASE DOOR OF SHALIMAR
n cio al artccommoda- i Legal # 100879 7497, prior to the pro- NO: 462009CA . ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
Sproceedingi ishouldn ceding. or Shalimar 004841 DIVISION: , the 13 day of October,
nsact Court Adminis- CIN THE CIRCUIT (850) 651-7497 FILE NO:F09083133 2009, the following de-
fion at 1250 N. Eglini COURT OF THE scribed property as set
rkay Shaim Nar,Eg FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- IMPORTANT BRANCH BRUSANKINGforth in said final Judg-
579; telephonee 7n4um- IN AND FOR In accordance with PANY, LOT 30, AMENDED
r the(850) 651-749roceedin7, OKALOOSA COUNTY, the Americans with Dis- Plaintiff, PLfA OF SOUTHWIND
ior to the proceeding. FLORIDA abilities Act, persons PHASE V, ACCORD-
i/30/09 CIVIL ACTION with disabilities need- vs. ING TO THE PLAT
/07/09 ing special accommo- THEREOF AS RE-
)/0709 WELLS FARGO BANK, dation to participate in STEPHANIE KOVACS CORDED IN PLAT
NA, this proceeding should A/K/A STEPHANIE L. BOOK 11, PAGE 100,
gal # 100877 Plaintiff, contact Court Adminis- KOVACS, et al, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
CASE NO.: tration at 1250 N. Eglin Defendant(s). OKALOOSA COUNTY,
IN THE CIRCUIT 46-2009-CA-004463 Parkway, Shalimar, FL, FLORIDA. LESS AND
COURT OF THE vs.DIVISION: 32579; telephone num- NOTICE OF ACTION EXCEPT COMMENC-
IRST JUDICIAL CIR- ber (850) 651-7497, ING AT THE NORTH-
CUIT ALAN W. KIRCHINGER prior to the proceeding. TO: ERMOST CORNER OF
IN AND FOR , et al, DOREL SILAGHI LOT 30 OF THE
'KALOOSA COUNTY, Defendant(s) 09/30/09 LAST KNOWN AD- AMENDED PLAT OF
FLORIDA 10/07/09 DRESS:216 BAYOU SOUiTHWIND PHASE


CIVIL ACTION

U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE OF J.P
MORGAN ALTERNA-
TIVE LOAN TRUST
2006-A4,
Plaintiff, CAS E
NO.: 2007 CA
005301
vs. DIVISION:
SHAWN A. GRANATO,
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
September 16, 2009
and entered in Case
NO. 2007 CA 005301 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein U.S. BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE OF
J.P MORGAN ALTER-
NATIVE LOAN TRUST
2006-A4, is the Plaintiff


NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
ALAN W. KIRCHINGER
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 631 Peaden
Bridge Road
Baker, Fl 32531
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
MARILYN C.
KIRCHINGER
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 631 Peaden
Bridge Road
Baker, . FI
32531
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE. WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE. HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS


LEGAL # 120375
NOTICE OF AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Stat-
utes, there will be a
public auction October
19, 2009 at 8:00 A.M.
for the following de-
scribed vehicles.
2007 Qian Scooter
LAWTAEMT67C143321
The auction will be held
at 861 W. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview, Fla
32536. 'Danco Trans-
mission has the right to
turn down any and all
bids.

09/30/2009


Legal # 120377
PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75, Florida Statues,
there will be a public
auction 10/15/2009 at
9:00AM for the follow-
ing vehicles
2007 Nissan XTerra VIN


WOODS DRIVE NW
FORT WALTON
BEACH, FL 32548
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
VISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS
LAST KNOWN
ADDRESS:UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 6, BLOCK 6,
VESTA HEIGHTS AD-
DITION, ACCORDING


V. ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT. THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 11, PAGE 100
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
THENCE SOUTH 44
DEGREES 19 MIN-
UTES 09 SECONDS
EAST ALONG THE
NORTHEASTERLY
BOUNDARY OF SAID
LOT 30 A DISTANCE
OF 20.2 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINN-
ING; THENCE CON-
TINUE SOUTH 44 DE-
GREES 19 MINUTES
09 SECONDS EAST
12.0 FEET; THENCE
DEPARTING SAID
NORTHERLY BOUND-
ARY, RUN SOUTH 45
DEGREES 40 MIN-
UTES 51 SECONDS
WEST 1.10 FEET;
THENCE NORTH '44
DEGREES 19 MIN-
UTES 09 SECONDS
WEST 12.00 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 45
DEGREES 40 MIN-
UTES 51 SECONDS
EAST 1.10 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING.
A/K/A 1325 WINDRUSH
COVE, NICEVILLE, FL


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Wednesday, Sesptember 30, 2009


Classifieds


Crestview News Bulletin I B7


325780000 PROCEED NORTH- MORE AFTER THE cities Act, persons with 2 pc Leather Sofa &
EASTERLY ALONG DECEDENT'S DATE OF disabilities needing love Seat new in crates,
Any person claiming an THE ARC OF SAID DEATH IS BARRED. special accommoda- Full warr. Retail $1899,
interest in the surplus CURVE FOR A DIS- tion to participate in sacrifice $785. Can
from the sale, if any, TANCE OF 4.33 FEET, The date of first publi- this proceeding should separate. 850 471-0330
other than the property THENCE DEPARTING cation of this notice is contact Court Adminis-
owner as of the date of SAID RIGHT OF WAY September 30, 2009. tration at 1250 N. Eglin
the Lis Pendens must PROCEED SOUTH 60 Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
file a claim within sixty DEGREES 50 MIN- SIBYL GRACE MOORE 32579; telephone num- Brand Name Mattress,
(60) days after the sale. UTES 00 SECONDS 8 Pandora Drive Crest- ber (850) 651-7497, Queen Pillowtop w/
WITNESS MY HAND EAST FOR A DIS- view, Florida 32536 prior to the proceeding. foundation. New. $185
and the seal of this TANCE OF 93.20 PERSONAL REPRE- Mfrwarr. 850471-0330
Court on September FEET; THENCE PRO- SENTATIVE 9/30/2009
14,2009. CEED SOUTH 29 DE- 10/7/2009
AGREES 10 MINUTES GILLIS E. POWELL, JR. ______10/7
Don W. Howard 00 SECONDS WEST FLORIDA BAR Brand New Kin
Clerk of the Circuit FOR A DISTANCE OF NO:183427 POWELL, LEGAL#120376 Pillowtop Mattress &
Court 190.00 FEET TO THE POWELL & POWELL Box In plastic, $240.
AFORESAID NORTH- POST OFFICE BOX IN THE CIRCUIT Deliv Avail.
By:Vickie Jackson ERLY RIGHT OF WAY 277 CRESTVIEW, COURT OF THE 1ST 850-255-3050
Deputy Clerk LINE OF LANMAN FLORIDA 32536 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
ROAD; THENCE PRO- (850)682-2757 ATTOR- AND FOR OKALOOSA
Florida Default Law CEED NORTH 60 DE- NEYS FOR PERSONAL COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Group, RL. GREES 50 MINUTES REPRESENTATIVE CASE Full size Mattress Set,
RO. Box 25018 00 SECONDS WEST NO.462009CA004507 in mfr. plastic. Includes
Tampa, Florida ALONG SAID RIGHT 9/30/2009 box and warranty. Only
33622-5018 OF WAY FOR A DIS- 10/7/2009 THE BANK OF NEW $130. 850-471-0330
TANCE OF 40.00 FEET YORK MELLON FKA
IMPORTANT TO A POINT OF CUR- THE BANK OF NEW
In accordance with the VATURE SAID CURVE LEGAL#120369 YORK, AS TRUSTEE
Americans with Disabil- BEING CONCAVED FOR THE CERTIFI-
ities Act, persons with NORTHEASTERLY IN THE CIRCUIT CATEHOLDERS
disabilities needing AND HAVING A RA- COURT OFTHE CWABS, INC.,
special accommoda- DIUS OF 284.03 FEET FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- ASSET-BACKED CER
tion to participate in A CENTRAL ANGLE OF CUIT TIFICATES, SERIES
this proceeding should 17 DEGREES 08 MIN- IN AND FOR 2006-19, Auburn
contact Court Adminis- UTES 21 SECONDS OKALOOSA COUNTY, Plaintiff YARD SALE!
tration at 101 James AND A CHORD BEAR- FLORIDA Oct. 2 & 3, 8am-till,
Lee Boulevard East, ING AND DISTANCE CIVIL ACTION CASE vs 3183 Audrey Drive
Crestview, FL, OF NORTH 52 DE- NO:2008CA000171S (TANDREW ake 85N to Zadie Ln.
32536-3515; telephone GREES 15 MINUTES FILE NO:F07066479 HENRY, ANDREW off Auburn Rd take Old
number (850) 50 SECONDS WEST, JOHN, et al., Hickory North follow
689-5000, Extension 84.65 FEET; THENCE DEUTSCHE BANK NA- Defendants signs) Call 682-3707
7497, prior to the pro- PROCEED NORTH- TIONAL TRUST COM- NOTICE OF ACTION
ceeding. or Shalimar WESTERLY ALONG PANY, AS INDENTURE NOTICE OF ACTION
(850) 651-7497 THE ARC OF SAID TRUSTEE UNDER THE TO:ANDREW JOHN Baker
. CURVE FOR A DIS- INDENTURE RELAT- HENRY 23 COMET ST HG Y
IMPORTANT TANCE OF 84.96 FEET ING TO IMH ASSETS HENRY 23 COMET ST HUGE YARD
In accordance with the TO THE POINT OF BE- CORPORATION, COL- FORT WALTON SAL
Americans with Disabil- GINNING, CONTAIN- L A T E R A L I Z ED BEACH, FL 32548 A
cities Act, persons with ING 20,545.60 ASSETBACKED-BACK AND TO: All persons Everything must gol All
disabilities needing SQUARE FEET, 0.47 ED BONDS, SERIES claiming an interest by, prices Neg. Fri & Sat
special aecommoda- ACRES, MORE OR 2005-7, through, under, or 7am - 2pm 1004
tion to participate in LESS. Plaintiff, against the aforesaid Ughthousechurch Rd
this proceeding should Defendant(s).
contact Court Adminis- A/K/A 165 LANMAN vs.
traction at 1250 N. Eglin ROAD, NICEVILLE, FL YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, 32578 THE UNKNOWN TIFIED that an action to Crestview
32579; telephone num- HEIRS, DEVISEES, foreclosel a mortgage 'f.
ber (850) 651-7497, Any person claiming an GRANTEES, ASSIGN- on the following de-
prior to the proceeding. interest in the surplus EES, LIENORS, CREDI- scribed property lo-
from the sale, if any, TORS, TRUSTEES, OR cated in Okaloosa i i
9/23/2009 other than the property OTHER CLAIMANTS County, Florida: Gigantic
9/30/2009 owner as of the date of CLAIMING BY, LOT 15, SUBLSON Moving Sale
the Us Pendens must THROUGH, UNDER, KELLORY'S SUBDIVISION, Mosley Lane
file a claim within sixty OR AGAINST, PAULO ACCORDING TO THE 5801 Mosley Lane
LEGAL#120366 (60) days after the sale. LORENCE LANG A/K PLAT THEREOF AS South
WITNESS MY HAND PAULO LOURENCO RECORDED IN PLAT Thurs 9/24-Sun 9/27
IN THE CIRCUIT and the seal of this LANG A/K/A PAULO L BOOK 2, PAGE 35 OF 8:00 AM - 1EARL:00 PM Ps.
COURT OF THE Court on September LANG, DECEASED, et THE PUBLIC EC- NO EARLY
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- 16, 2009. al, WORDS OF OKALOOSA BIRDS
CUlT Defendant(s). COUNTY FLORIDA. 85 N. to Airport Rd. R
IN AND FOR Don W. Howard has been filed against on Airport to Warren
OKALOOSA COUNTY, Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE OF ACTION you, and you are re- idgeRd tone Warrenry
FLORIDA Court quired to serve a copy Bridgeway to Claire's Vine- entry
CIVIL ACTION CASE TO: THE UNKNOWN of your written yard
NO:462008CA001882 By:Beth McDonald HEIRS, DEVISEES, defenses,i any, to this of furniture tread
DIVISION FILE Deputy Clerk GRANTEES, ASSIGN- action, on Greenspoon mill, recumbent bike,
NO:F08023705 EES, LIENORS, CREDI- Marder, PA., Default patio furniture, dishes,
Florida Default Law TORS, TRUSTEES, OR foepartment, Attorneys cookware, bakeware,
WELLS FARGO BANK, Group, RL. OTHER CLAIMANTS dress is Trade Centre wine lassesyard de-
Plaintiff, Tampa, Florida THROUGH, UNDEBY, South, Suite 700 100 cor, tools, christmas,
Plaintiff, Tampa, Florida THROUGH, UNDER, West Cypress Creek antiques, collectibles,
33622-5018 OR AGAINST, PAULO way too much to lst Al
vs. LORENCE LANG A/KA Road, Fort Lauderdale, w ay too much to list. All
IMPORTANT PAULO LOURENCO FL 33309, and the file edition.
DARYL J. SPEED, et al, In accordance with the LANG A/K/A. PAULO original with the Clerk
Defendant(s). Americans with Disa- LOURENCE- LANG on or before November
abilities Act, persons A/K/A PAULO L. LANG, de a2009 otherwise restvie a
NOTICE OF RE- with disabilities need- Deceased default anteed a judgment Crestvew
SCHEDULED FORE- ing special accommo- uay be entered against 3 Family Yard
CLOSURE SALE dation to participate in LAST KNOWN AD- you for the relief de- Sale
this proceeding should DRESS: UNKNOWN minded in the Com- Sale
NOTICE IS HEREBY contact Court Adminis- . U plaint. Sat. Oct. 3, 8am-12pm,
GIVEN pursuant to an traction at 101 James CURRENT ADDRESS: WITNESS MY HAND 1414 Texas Parkway.
Order Rescheduling Lee Boulevard East, UNKNOWN AND SEAL OF SAID 'Lots of items including.
Foreclosure Sale dated Crestview, . FL, AND SEAL OF SAID good condition wood
September 14, 2009 32536-3515; telephone ANY AND ALL UN- COURT on this 23 day table w/ 4 chairs, ce-
and entered in Case number (850) KNOWN PARTIES of September, 2009. ramic bisque.
N 0 . 689-5000, Extension CLAIMING BY,
46-2008-CA-001882 of 7497, prior to the pro- THROUGH, UNDER, ADon W. Hof-ardCo
the Circuit Court of the ceeding. or Shalimar AND AGAINST THE As Clerk of said Court
FIRST Judicial Circuit (850) 651-7497 HEREIN NAMED INDI- Crestview
in and for OKALOOSA VIDUAL DEFEND- By: Beth McDonald 4 Family
County, Florida IMPORTANT ANT(S) WHO ARE NOT As Deputy Clerk Yard Sale
wherein WELLS In accordance with the KNOWN TO BE DEAD 9/30/2009 Lots of baby items.
FARGO BANK, NA, is Americans with Disa- OR ALIVE, WHETHER 10/7/2009 huge beveed mirror
the Plaintiff and DARYL abilities Act, persons SAID UNKNOWN PAR- 107/2009 huge beveled mirror &
J. SPEED; GAIL C. with disabilities need- TIES MAY CLAIM AN & Sat Oct. 2-3 7am -?
SPEED; are the De- ing special accommo- INTEREST AS - . 6036 Bud Moulton Rd
fendants, I will sell to nation to participate in SPOUSE, HEIRS, DE-
the highest and best this proceeding should VISEES, GRANTEES,
bidder for cash at contact Court Adminis- OR OTHER CLAIM- 1120
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT tration at 1250 N. Eglin ANTS Elks Lodge Turkey Crestview
OF CLERK'S FRONT Parkway, Shalimar, FL, . Shoot starts 9:00 a.m.
DOOR OF SHALIMAR 32579; telephone num- LAST KNOWN AD- Sept. 26, 2009. Good 5 Family Yard
ANNEX at. 11:00AM, on ber ,(850) 651-7497,- DRESS: UNKNOWN prizes come enjoy the .Sale
the 20 day of October, prior to the proceeding, day with good friends. Sat. 8 am-12 pm
2009, the following de- CURRENT ADDRESS: Hwy 90 East to Hwy 90, Next to Hilton
scribed property as set 9/23/2009 UNKNOWN Fairchild Rd. follow
forth in said Final Judg- 9/30/2009 signs.
ment: YOU ARE NOTIFIED
COMMENCE AT THE that an action to fore-" Crestview
INTERSECTION * OF close a mortgage on 5-Family Yard
THE SOUTH RIGHT OF LEGAL#120368 the following property O1150 Sale!
WAY LINE OF in OKALOOSA County, White male, 5'11", 165 Sale!
BAYSHORE DRIVE IN THE CIRCUIT Florida: Ibs, 70s, retired seeks Sat. Oct.3, 7am-11am,
(100 FOOT RIGHT OF COURTOFTHE LOT 86 OF PHASE 1 white lady to share 1176 Farmer St. Furni-
WAY) AND THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIR- OF DESTINY EAST, A 'large new home. No ture, All size clothing,
NORTHEASTERLY CUIT, IN AND FOR PLANNED UNIT DE- drinking or smoking, Baby Furniture Clothes
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OKALOOSA COUNTY, VELOPMENT, AC- good personality & & toys. Housewares,
OF LANMAN ROAD (66 FLORIDA CASE CORDING TO THE health. Good driving Books & Much More!
FOOT RIGHT OF NO:2009CP001059C PLAT THEREOF, AS record. Early 50s or
WAY), SAID POINT BE- RECORDED IN PLAT younger. Write to: JPK,
ING THE WESTERLY IN RE: ESTATE OF BOOK 16, P.O. Box 1205, Crest-
MOST POINT OF THAT EUGENE MOORE, PAGE(S)23-27, OF THE view, FL 32536 Crestview
PARCEL OF LAND DE- Deceased. PUBLIC RECORDS OF Garage Sale
SCRIBED IN OFFICIAL OKALOOSA COUNTY, Empyting Household!
RECORD BOOK 2569 NOTICE TO CREDI- FLORIDA. Clothing, fabric, house
AT PAGE 3810 OF THE TORS has been filed against 1160 hold items.
PUBLIC RECORDS OF you and you are re- 475 Valley Rd.
OKALOOSA COUNTY, The administration of quired to serve a copy Thurs & Fri 8 am -6pm
FLORIDA SAID POINT the estate of Eugene of your written de-
BEING ON THE Moore, , deceased, fenses, if any, on or be-
CURVED RIGHT OF whose date of death fore 10-30-09, on Flor- Lost: Black Schnauzer
WAY LINE OF LANMAN was June 18, 2009, File ida Default Law Group, Lostwn beard, femSchnale,
ROAD, SAID CURVE N u m b e r RL., Plaintiff's attorney, 2wbs. From /ard n , jfA
BEING CONCAVED 2009CP001059C, is whose address is 9119 area on en0/22 EW
NORTHEASTERLY pending in the Circuit Corporate Lake Drive, City area on Ca1022
AND HAVING A RA- Court for Okaloosa Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- Needs medications Call
DIUS OF 284.03 FEET County, Florida, Pro- ida 33634, and file the Jan 682-4776, please. Crestview
A CENTRAL ANGEL OF bate Division, the ad- original with this Court Huge Yard Sale
16 DEGREES 47 MIN-, dress of which is 101 either before service on 1400 Quial Ridge
UTES 38 SECONDS East James Lee Boule- Plaintiff's attorney or / Street
AND A CHORD BEAR- vard, Crestview, Florida immediately thereafter; Friday October 2nd
ING AND DISTANCE 32536. The names and otherwise a default will and Saturday October
OF SOUTH 34 DE- addresses of the per- be entered against you 3rd.
GREES 08 MINUTES sonal representative for the relief demanded 6:00a.m. untiil 1:00p.m.
49 -SECONDS EAST, and the personal in the Complaint or pe- e * Off Airport road in
92.75 FEET; THENCE representative's attor- tition. GrandView Heights
PROCEED SOUTH- ney are set forth below. This notice shall be MERCHANDISE Clothes, household
ERLY ALONG THE All creditors of the de- published once each 3100 - Anti and kitchen items, and
ARC OF SAID CURVE cedent and other per- week for two consecu- 3110- Appliances much more!
FOR A DISTANCE OF sons having claims or live weeks in the Crest- 3120 - Arts & Crafts
93.17 FEET TO THE demands against view News Bulletin. 3130 -Auctions
POINT OF BEGINN- decedent's estate on WITNESS my hand and 3140- Baby Items
ING; THENCE DE- whom a copy of this the seal of this Court 3150- Building Supplies Crestview
PARTING SAID CURVE notice has been served on this 15 day of Sep- 3160- Buriness MULTI-FAMILY YARD
PROCEED NORTH 38 must file their claims member, 2009. Equipment SALE!
DEGREES 57 MIN- with this court WITHIN 3170- Collectibles Sat. Oct.3, 7arri-Until,
UTES 08 SECONDS THE LATER OF 3 Don W. Howard 3180- Computers 3239 Auburn Rd. Re-
EAST FOR A DIS- MONTHS AFTER THE Clerk of the Court 320- Fticsrwd frigerator, Microwave,
TANCE OF 100.06 TIME OF THE FIRST 3220 - Furniture Stereo, Christmas
FEET; THENCE PRO- PUBLICATION OF By: Anita Cantrall 3230 - Garage/Yard Sales items & village, house-
CEED NORTH 35 DE- THIS NOTICE OR 30 As Deputy Clerk 3240- Guns hold items, few clothes
GREES 35 MINUTES DAYS AFTER THE 3250 - Good Things to Eat mens & ladies, lots of
39 SECONDS EAST TIME OF SERVICE OF Florida Default Law 3260 - Health & Fitness odds & ends.
FOR A DISTANCE OF A COPY OF THIS NO- Group, PL. P0. Box 3270 - Jewelry/Clothing
24.99 FEET; THENCE TICE ON THEM. 25018 Tampa, Florida 3280 - Machinery/
PROCEED NORTH 38 All other creditors of 33622-5018 Equipment
DEGREES 18 MIN- the decedent and other 3290 - Medical Equipment Crestview
UTES 23 SECONDS persons having claims IMPORTANT 330- Muscea ents NEIGHBORHOOD
EAST FOR A DIS- or demands against In accordance with the 3320 - Plants & Shrubs/ GARAGE SALE!
TANCE OF 51.20 FEET decedent's estate , Americans with Disabil- Supplies Sat. Oct. 3 7am-?, 100
TO AN INTERSECTION must file their claims cities Act, persons with 3330 - Restaurant/Hotel Golf Course Drive


WITH THE AFORESAID with this court WITHIN disabilities needing 3340 - Sporting Goods (Foxwood Estates)
SOUTH RIGHT OF 3 MONTHS AFTER special accommoda- 3350 - Tickets (Buy & Sell) Something for every-
WAY LINE OF THE DATE OF THE tion to participate in one!
BAYSHORE DRIVE, FIRST PUBLICATION this proceeding should
SAID POINT BEING ON OF THIS NOTICE. contact Court Adminis-
A CURVE CONCAVE ALL CLAIMS NOT tration at 101 James 3110
NORTHERLY AND FILED WITHIN THE Lee Boulevard East, Kenmore Stove Crestview
HAVING A RADIUS OF TIME PERIODS SET Crestview, FL, g TAILGATE
931.95 FEET A CEN- FORTH IN SECTION 32536-3515; telephone white, glass top, self-
TRAL ANGLE OF 00 733.702 OF THE FLOR- number (850) cleaning, 3 yrs old. SALE
DEGREES 15 MIN- IDA PROBATE CODE 689-5000, Extension $200 obo. 582-5814 424 Garden St Crest-
view
UTES 59 SECONDS WILL BE FOREVER 7497, prior to the pro- Saturday. Oct 3
AND A CHORD BEAR- BARRED. ceeding. or Shalimar - 7AM-Noon
ING AND DISTANCE NOTWITHSTANDING (850) 651-7497 3170 Behind Teachers Credit
OF NORTH 63 DE- THE TIME PERIODS Behind Teachers Cred
GREES 39 MINUTES SET FORTH ABOVE, IMPORTANT Buying & Selling silver Union
32 SECONDS EAST, ANY CLAIM FILED In accordance with the and gold coins. Crest- Food, baby items, all
4.33 FEET; THENCE TWO (2) YEARS OR Americans with Disabil- view area. Call Howard sorts
240-2786


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TOOL SALE Apts II Vouchers Ac-
Mechanical & wood- cepted. Rental assis-
working tools for sale stance may be avail. 1 &
Sat. 8am. 3288 Fairway 2 BR HC & non-HC ac-
Place, off Airport cessible apts. 209 Bent
682-4201 Creek Rd. Crestview,
FL. Call 850 682-5563,
Crestview TDD/TTY 711. Equal
Yard Sale Housing Opportunity
Fri. & Sat. 830 am-? Crestview Inn
6024 Robin Rd, Off Au- Motel $35 d $165 WK,
burn Rd. 689-8763 APT $180 Wk. $525 4
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Xbox 360 w/ 10 games.
Lots of misc & clothes! Crestview, Bent Creek
Cancelled if Rain Apartments I, Vouchers
Accepted. Rental assis-
Crestview stance may be available.
Yard Sale 1 & 2 BR, HC & non
Sat. Oct 3, 7am-?, 3386 HC accessible apart-
Auburn Rd. Small ments.
craftsman riding mower 209 Bent Creek Road,
& misc. Crestview, FL. Call
"__________ 850-682-5563,
Crestview TDD/TTY 711. Equal
YARD SALE! Housing Opportunity
Fri & Sat, For Rent2BR/2BAi.
Oct.2,3-8am-till, 387 For Rent: 2BR/2BA Utl.
Georgia St Furn. $550. dd & $550
GeorgLa St___ mo. Call 585-6128


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6110 - Apartments
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anna 682-0475 x1123 6160 TIVEMARINE
Crestview- 4 br, 2 ba Crestview- Roommate RECHEATINE l
2 cg, FP, 1635sf. 3 yrs wanted to share quiet 8100-Antque & Collectibles
old. $995 mo+dd. pet 3br brick home. Auburn 8110-Cars
ok 850-865-2823 area, $400mo includes 8120 - Sports Utility Vehicles
utils. Call 689-8978. 8130 - Trucks
Crestview- home for 8140- Vans
rent, country setting. 1 . 8150- Commercial
acre of land. 3br, 2ba. . , . 8160 - Motorcycles
$575. mo. 682-4280 or | 6170 8170 - Auto Parts
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Pets. 850-585-8192 8240 - Boat & Marine
0 8245 - Boat Slips & Docks
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Janet Ionson c / 4 8320 -ATV]Off Road Vehicls
Realty, Inc. 8330 - Campers & Trailers
Equal Housing 8340- Motorhomes
Opportunity
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* 127 John King 7100- Homes
3bd, lba, $500 7105- Open Houses
* 118 Hampton, 7110 -Beach Home/
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* 238 Runnymeade Dr, 7120- Commercial
2 br, 1.5 ba, $595 7130- Condo/Townhouse
S214 Virinia St 7140- Farms & Ranches 1997 Mazda B2300 PU
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* 2ir..inia65 7160 - Mobile Homes trailer tandum axle
S206Virginia St, 7170 - Waterfront 120001b ea $1499. Call
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* 604 Henderson, Real Estate
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* 1704 1bstAve loaded .low miles, air,
* 575 Pine St, -Ipowr NICE $2800.
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* 602 Henderson St, erties Nationwide! Call Volvo 850 sedan '94
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* 2805 Wilson COMPLETE PACKAGES
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850-683-8004
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New Installations
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Permit Packages Available

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Serving
Okaloosa * Walton * Santa Rosa
Counties for more than 30 years
Now Accepting
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Redwood
SIZE: 90" x 90" x 39"
JETS: 62
SEATS: 6 Adults
GALLONS: 450


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FINE JEWELRY 850-683-8004
525 E. Cedar Ave. * Crestview, FL (behind KFC) * M-F 9 a.m - 6p.m. SAT 9 A.M. - 5 P.M.


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