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Okaloosa County Commissioner
Wayne Harris left no doubt of how
he feels about the dumping situ-
ation on Main Drive in northeast
Crestview;
"I have never been more dis-
gusted in my life. It just appalls me,
The stench is unbearable," Harris
said, punching each phrase like a
punching bag. I can't believe we
have people who would rape our
environment like that. That's what
just torques my jaws."
Last week's News Bulletin
story about illegal dumping along
the road struck a nerve, and, in
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SIDE VIEW: Above,
Construction
debris litters
.
this side road
off Mairl Drive.
TRASHEb: At left,
this aerial view
of Main Drive
shows a portion
of the trash piles
that have been
dumped there.
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of.the wolves that so captivated the
fanged count during a.rare over-
night camping stay at the Oaks
Farm, adjacent to the preserve.
As the eighth antiual Howl-0-
Ween fundraiser gets under way,
the gates to the Oaks Farm open at
2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23, for campers
who wish to take advantage of prim-
itive camping facilities. Limited
electrical hookups are available by
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MARK C CURENTON I
Special to the Crestview News bulletin
A REAL HOWLER: Visitors get up
close and personal with the wolves
at the Seacrest Wolf Preserve,
especially during the facility's
annual Howl-O-Ween fundraiser.


Directions: Take 1-10 east to
exit 112 (Bonifay). Bear right and
follow County Rand 79 south into
Vernon. At the second blinking light
in Vernon,.turn left onto Country
Road 279 (a.k.a. Moss Hill Road).
Go about 4 miles, turn left on Roche
Road. After nearly 2 miles, take a
slight left onto Bonnett Pond Road.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve is ahead on
the right.


. Annual fundraiser benefiting wolf
preservation efforts. Gate opens for
campers at 2 p.m. Oct. 23.
sateoct. 24 events: Wolf
encounters 10 and 11:30 a.m.,
1, 2:30 and 4 p.m. Dog-O-Ween.
costume contest 3 p.m.; Indian flute
concert at noon; haunted hayride,
campfire and storytelling 8 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 25: Wolf encounters
10 and 11:30 a.m., 1 and 2:30 p.m


Children younger than 6 are not
permitted in the enclosures. Cell
phones and digital cameras are
prohibited during the wolf enclosure
tours. Only disposable cameras are
permitted.
Seacrest Wolf Preserve/Oaks
Farm, 3449 Bonnett Pond Road,
Chipley, FL 32428, 850-773-2897,
e-mail seacrestwolfpack@yahoo.com.
. Visit www.seacrestwolfpreserve.com.


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It had to be something
very important in order
for Angie Campbell to in-
terrupt her mother's work
at the Alatex sewing fac-
tOry, but on those rare oc-
casions, the elevator was
hard to resist.
"It was really a freight
elevator, but I have fond
memories of riding it as
a child when I went to the
factory after school," said
Cainpbell.
, Campbell's mother, Inez
Wadford, worked at' the
factory for 34 years and,
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Wendy Victora .
Florida Freedom Newspapers
CRESTVIEW An intoxicated
woman told police to arrest her
after she admitted to throwing
a closed pocket Imife at her hus-
band's forehead. Officers obliged
her request.
The 23-year-old woman also
told them she was a nymphoma-
niac and an alcoholic and that
her estranged husband had been
staying with her for a week, ever
since she asked him over to have


sex and he never left.
After further questioning, she
said, "You know what? Just take
me to jail."
The incident started when her
husband picked her up at the Oka-
loosa RAgional Airport just before
midnight Oct. 11. She was said to
have been in a bad mood because
she had missed her flight and
tried to call her husband, but he
missed her call. Her husband said
she was stB mad at him when she
arrived in Florida.
They returned to the fi-iend's


house in Crestview where they
had been staying. She was upset
at something he said and threw
the Imife at his forehead, accord-
ing to her arrest report His wife
then left the house and "peeled
out," hitting the neighbor's fence
with her vehicle. 1
While the Crestview Police of-
ficer was talking to the husband,
the wife called on his cell phone.
He handed it to the officer, who
tried to explain who he was and
that he wanted to check on her
welfare.


"I don't know who the hell you
are and why you are answering
my husband's telephone, so you
better put him on the phone," she
yelled. .
The officer again told her he
was a police officer.
"(Expletive) you, I am calling
the police," she screamed.
The officer hung up on her.
The wife then tested her location
to her friend, who relayed it to the
officer.
Another officer was dispatched
to that location, where he found


the wife to be "extremely uncoop-
erative."
The first officer joined him
there, where the wife told them
shehadbeendrinkingbecauseher
husband made her drink wine.
She was charged with domes-
tic battery. The friends she and
her husband had been staying
with told police they were going
to evict her as soon as possible.
Her husband was given his half of
the domestic violence packet. She
was too uncooperative to receive
her packet, the report said.


assault and battery. DEREK A.
PALMER, 24, of 187 Washington
St.,Crestviewwaschargedwith
larceny -petit theft.
9/20: DEREK B. LEFEVRE,
19, of 200 Hospital Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with burglapf
to an unoccupied conveyance,
petit theft, fleeing and eluding
lawn enforcement with lights
and siren, reckless driving and
Imowingly driving on a suspend-
ed driver's license. JESSICA J.
TURNER, 24, of 323 W. 42nd St.,
N.Y., was charged with obstrue-
tion by disguise.
9/2i:JENNIFERLYNNREIL-
ING, 31, of 1838 Wadsworth Road,
Baker, was charged with fraud -
illegal use of a credit card.
9/23: JOSEPH BRANDON
FLEMING, 22, of 6642 U.S. High-
way 189 N., Baker, was charged
with battery to touch or strike.
* CORY E. PELLNITZ, 47, of 5
Soutliwind Court, Niceville, was
charged with petit theft.
9/25: MARSHALL ADAM
POLK, 20, of 195 Virginia St.,
Crestriew, was charged with bat-
tery touch or strike.
. 9/30: EARNEST WILLIE
MOORE JR., 56, of 338 S. Booker
St., Crestview, was charged with
trespass after warning.
10/2: JOHN ADAM KING, 20,
of 6842 Johnson Lane, Crestview,
was charged with disorderly in-
toxication and resisting arrest


without violence. ROBERT
H. ALLEN, 21, of 109 Randolph
Court, Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute. TYWON
CALDWELL TATUM, 22, of 128
Edgewater Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
cocaine.
10/8: ANTHONY LEWIS, 51,
of,196 Ratliff St., Crestview, was
charged with an injunction vio-
lation. HERMON B. PRITCH-
ETT, 48, of 228 S. Savage St.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of crack cocaine and
. resisting an officer without vio-
lence-
10/9: JACOBY JACKSON, 29,
of 2932 Stilwell Blvd.,. Crestview,
was charged with animal cru-
elty. HOLLY NIELEEN, 22, of
5241 Morris St., Crestview, was
charged with an attempt to ob-
tain a controlled substance by
fraud. EDWARD W WALLACE,
47, of472 N. Spring St., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
cocaine. '
10/10: EDDIE LEE MC-
BRIDE, 49, of 216 Oglesby Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with pos-
session of cocaine with the intent
to distribute and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
10/11: DARNELL V. MARION,
19, of 413 Southern Court, Crest-
view, was' charged with posses-
sion of crack cocaine.


Robbyn Brooks
Florida Freedom Newspapers
SHALIMAR A man accused
of wounding one man with a gun
and then taking shots at law
enforcement officers pleaded
no contest Thursday inorning to
two original charges and three
amended charges.
Ronald Willard, 39, stood be-
fore Judge John Brown as his at-
torney read new charges agreed
upon by the State Attorney's Of-
fice. The State agreed to lessen
his murder charge to aggravated
battery with a firearm and his
two counts of attempted mur-
der to aggravated assault with
a firearm. His original charges
related to firing a weapon into a
vehicle remain.
"It's a plea, straight up,',
Brown explained to Willard.
"There's no agreement with the
State as far as sentencing.',
Willard said he understood
that his maximum sentence
could be up to 90 years in prison.
Willard was apprehended
March 17 after more than five
hours on the run. He'd watched
as Jason Ward, 29, dropped his
wife off near his home about
3 a.m., according to lawmen.


Willard then chased Ward to
the Northwest Florida Fair-
grounds where he shot him.
Ward was able to drive himself to
the Fort Walton Beach Medical
Center for help.
Sheriff's deputies later spot-
ted Willard and pursued him to
- Eglin Air Force Base's resei'va-
Hon. About 8:30 a.m., military
security forces officers saw him
crossing a road on foot. They
said Willard fired an assault
weapon at them before they
returned fire and struck him in
the abdomen. He was treated at
Sacred Heart Hospital and for-
nially charged after recovery.
Investigators found what
they referred to as an arsenalin
Willard's vehicle. They discov-
ered a backpack with several
magazines and several hundred
rounds of ammunition. There
were.two .40-caliber handguns
and another rifle inside. -
Originally, Willard pleaded
not guilty to his charges, but he
chanroe sc et es and
called Willard "alert and intel-
H nt "
geHis sentencing will be Nov. 23
at 9 a.m


Adrick, Dant6 Sannino,
infant son of Shayanne
Marie Gildner and Thomas
Vincent Sannino, was born
May 23, 2009, in Crestview
and passed away Saturday,
Oct. 10, 2009, in Crestview.
Survivors include his
grandparents, Earlene
Marie Gildner, Michele
Sannino and William
O'Dennell Sannino; great-
grandparknts, Sonya
Gildner, Richard Gildner
and Barbara Sannino; aunts
andunclesCassandra
Weight, India O'Dennell and
William O'Deimell; many
other great-aunts, uncles
and cousins, including
Roger Gildner, Carrie Beth


Gildner, Shirley Brooks,
Sheila Goodman, Patricia
Kamody and Eric Fleming.
Flmeral services were
held at 1 p.m. Friday,
Oct. 16, in the chapel of
Brackney Rmeral Service,
with Pastor Dale Walters
officiating. Interment
followed at Old Bethel
Cemetery. The family
received friends an hour
prior to the service.
Braclmey Rmeral Service,
Crestview, was in charge of
arrangements.
Sign, leave a
remembrance or view
the guest book for Adrick
daunino online at www.
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of Crestvew, where he has been employed for
three years. Adarn is a 2005.graduate of Baker

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Department reportS
9/17: CHARLES HOWARD
WILDERMUTH, 55, of 225 Dixie
St., Crestview, was charged with
possession of less than 20 grams
marijuana, drug paraphernalia
and a legend drug without a pre-
scription (Flexeril). .* JOSHUA
D. CHAPMAN, 18, of 5180 Quince
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with burglary to a vehicle and
petit theft.
9/18: KEVIN S. BIBLE, 23,
of 1 Holly Road, Crestview,
was charged with possession
of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana and drug paraphernalia.
* JOHN FRANK SABOR, 25, of
118 Edgewater Drive, Crestview,
was charged with two counts of
trafficking in Hydrocodone, and
one count each of possession
of less than 20 grams of mari-
juaria and drug paraphernalia.
* ROCKY D. JACKSON, 28, of
548 S. Savage St., Crestview, was
charged with sale of cocaine
within 1,000 feet of a place of con-
venience. MICHAEL CHRIS-
TOPHER FEIOR, 30, of 214
Southern Court, Crestview, was
charged with failure to deliver
leased property over $300.
9/19: JONATHAN DEXTER
GIUCE, 28, of 110 Laurel Oak
'terrace, Crestview, was charged
with burglary to a dwelling with


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MARK 0 CURENTON I Special to the CrestviewNews Bulletin
TREAT TIME: Shawnee, a British Columbian wolf, helps herself
to a snack from the hancl of Seacrest Wolf Preserve owner
Cynthia Watkins as volunteer Liz Ammons observes.

H AL LOWE EN from page 1
reservatioh- and advance deposit. A get-acquainted campfire wiH
be held in the evening as the preserve's wolves serenade in the
bac d
SkaTr y events go from'9:30 a.m. until 9 p.m., including es-
corted tours of the wolf enclosures, a "Dog-O-Ween" costume con-
test (for the wolves' canine cousins), a haunted hayride, bonfire
and storytelling. A musical highlight will be a noon flute concert
by "Buffalo Woman" Marcia Johnson, a Choctaw Indian, on Sat-
urday. Sunday's events run from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. and include
escorted wolf encounters.
Yoxinger children will enjoy playing at the activity table and
experiencing the small animal encounters in which they'll get to
meet and feed raccoons, a fox and de-scented skunks. There will
be great food, raffles and cake walks for all. All proceeds from the
weekend event benefit the efforts of the Seacrest Wolf Preserve to
save and rehabilitate the often-misunderstood wolf species.
Even if you don't camp out, come enjoy a fun day at the Seacrest
Wolf Preserve on Oct. 24 or 25.


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carries multiple charges if the
dumper is caught, Holt said.If the
debris is more than 500 pounds,
it's a felony. In addition, because
it's a private road, trespassing
charges are also applicable. If
it's found a licensed construction
company is dumping debris, then
it's an automatic felony even if
the trash's total weight is not 500
pounds.
Ironically, the scofflaws who
dump on Main Drive actually
have limited their own options by
filling up the dirt roads that con-
nect to 1VIain,
"There would be a lot more
stuff there if the debris wasn't
blocking access," Holt said.
If no other solution can be
found, then there is a last'resort,
Harris.said.
"We don't want to do it, but we
can get a court order to go in and
clean it up and bill each one of
the property owners," he said. "I
don't want to do it if we don't have
to. I'm not into that kind of stuff."
Support from the county com-
missioner is a major boost for
Holt, whose frustration with the
situation is evident.
"That place has been a thorn
in our side for years," he said. "I.
feel with Commissioner Harris'
support, we can get out there and
clean things up, get some road
closures up and start cleaning
the property up.
Involving other county agen-
cres is also beneficial.
We can pool from each oth-
er s resources," Holt said. "But
we can't just go out there and
play John Wayne. People own
property and have nghts to it.
"My goal is to come up with a
resolution," Harris said. "We are
definitely going to take care of it.
This is my district, and I'm not
about to have stuff like this in my
district.


its wake, Harris has brought to-
gethei*representatives of several
county offices to discuss how to
approach the problem most ef-
fectively.
All agree there's one major
obstacle: Once. motorists turri
off Airport Road, Main Drive be-
comes private property. And be-
cause it's a through street, it is
convenient for dumpers to simply
shove debris off the back of their
trucks and keep on going orit the
other end.
Once planned as the central
thoroughfare for a new subdivi-
sion, developers sold lots off the
road, as Well as off of side roads
that never got paved. Residences
only went up on Haylee Lane,
which intersects Main Drive
shoi*tly after its Airport Road en-
trance.. .
We're working on contacting
the owners," Harris explained.
"Technically, we don't have ju-
risdiction. It is incumbents on
the landowner to solve the prob--
lems."
Last Monday, Harris held a
meeting of county officials, in-
cluding representatives from
the Okaloosa County Sheriffs
Office, mosquito control, code
enforcement, public works, the
Bob Sikes Airport and the coun-
ty manager's office, to search
for ways the.matter can be ad-
drbssed,
"Everyone's in a 'Catch-22,'"
lamented Deputy David Holt, an
environmental officer with the
sheriff's office who attended the
meeting. "The land is private, in-
cluding the road. The county can't
go on private property to clean it
up. By statute, it falls under the
property owners' responsibility."
Harris and Holt agree multiple
approaches to the problem must
be undertaken, including stricter
enforcement and limiting access.


Going in with county workers and
equipment to clean it up, even if
legally permissible, won't be a
permanent solution, both agree.
After previous major clean-ups,
dumping promptly resumed.
"The past clean-up efforts
haven't worked,'' Holt said. "We
have to somehow stop people's
access. If they don't have access,
they won't drive on the property..
But we can't block the road offbe-
cause we'd be denying the own-
ers access."
A possible solution to the ac-
cess, problem, Holt said, would
be large signs at the entrance to
Main Drive bearing the sheriff's
office crest and warning of in-
creased surveillance. Restricting
access to the road to property
owners is another solution, al-
though enforcement is problem-
atic. Another tool is citizen re-
ports whenever illegal dumping
is spotted..
"Haylee Lane residents have'
been good about falling us," Holt
said. "We certainly appreciate
thern."
"Heightened enforcement is
our first step," Harris said. "One
of the things I'm asking Sheriff
(Ed) Spooner and Deputy Holt is
if they would do more patrols out
there."
However, "you can't spend
hours a day just sitting there,"
said Holt, whose jurisdiction cov-
ers most of the north end of the
county. Despite multiple weekly
patrols, actually catching illegal
dumpers, Holt said, "is like wm-
ning the lottery."
Rooting through the trash to
find clues about the dumpers'
identities is also impractical.
"Most of the stuff is construc-
tion debris," Holt said. "It's stuff
you can't trace to any one per-
son."
Dumping trash on Main Drive


after his discharge from the U.S.
Navy.
"It was tough economical times,
and my boss warned me not to leave
the Navy because there was a reces-
sion, but I didn't know what a reces-
sion was," Roland Jordan said with a
laugh. "My mother worked at Alatex
during World War II, and we were
hearing a pretty bad.time of it 'til she
got that job."
Crestview resident Jean Philpott,
who first organized the reunion, re-
called the company had the best
benefits in town, including vacation,
holidays and good insurance,
"A lot of kids went to college that
wouldn't have because we had schol-
arships available for those whose
parents worked at Alatex," said Phil-
pott. "And they had to be academi-
cally prepared."
These days, Philpott's friend and
former co-worker-Nita Hall organiz-
es the annual reunion.
"I called everybody that I could
think of this year;" Hall said.
She has fond memories of the 36
years she worked at the factory and
enjoys the fellowship with h'er old
friends.
"We needed the money, and it was
the best place in Crestview to work,"
Hall said.


like Wadford, many of the ladies at-
tending the annual Alatex reunion at
Ryan's Steakhouse on Saturday 11ad
more than 30 years of service at the
factory.
When the garment factory opened
as the Sinith Johnson Company in
September 1937, it was the only manu-
facturingcompanyinOkaloosaCounty
and boasted the area's largest payroll.
The building was constructed us-
ing bond money and was owned by
the city of Crestview. The Crestview
city government offices occupied the
northeast corner of the manufactur-
ing building's ground floor when it
opened.
Alatex took over operations at the
factory in 1943 and remained opera-
tionaluntil1986.
"It was a good job for this area,"
explained Yvonne Jordan, who start-
ed working in the factory when her
children entered school. "It was good
hours, no weekends, and we could
make enough money to pay for our
children's lunches and the extras
needed once they started schooL
"Everyone that worked in the fac-
tory became like fainily, and many of
us were related. We hated it when it
closed." -
Many of the ladies, arid a few men,
who worked at Alatex get together


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OLD FRIENDS: Former Alatex workers Runette Gunter,
Dot Stockman and inez Wadford reminisce during .
the annual Alatex reunion at Ryan's Steakbouse.


ALATEX REUNION: Nita Hall and
Jegn Philpott are organizers of
the annual event.
.
- each October to share a meal and
reminisce about the days they spent
working in the garment factory. All
shared the same sentiment that it
was a good place to work and provid-
ed fair wages for the times,
During World War II, workers did
their part for the war effort by sewing
garments for the Army and helping to
support their families with the much-
needed ivages earned at the factory.
Roland Jordan worked at the fac-
tory for a brief time in the late 1950s


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"Loved liy God"


the irb hh re "for
: .( His only Son that whoever believes in
mshallnotperishbuthaveeternal
This verse is great because this
means our God loves us without condi-
FROM THE tion. To be loved by God is to be known
PULPIT by God
Rev. Bruce Sheffield Charles Wesley once wrote a hymn
entitled:, "Jesus Lover of My Soul." The
first stanza goes like this:
"Jesus, lover ofmy soul, let me to thy bosom fly.
While the nearer waters roll, while the tempest still
is high.
Hide me, O my Savior, hide'til the storm of life is


past;
safe into the haven guide, o receive my soul at last!"
If this was the= only verse in the Bible, it would be
sufficient to bring us into a personal relationship with
God through believing in His Son, Jesus Christ. The key
part of this verse is the generosity of God. He gave His
Son. Why? In order that those who would believe could
be saved from sinn
Walter B. Knight in his book, "Knight's Treasury of
Illustrations," page 217, gave a warm and moving story
about a young woman who experienced being loved by
God in such a way that her life was completely charged,
entitled, "God So Loved:"
"A young women went to the ticket office in an
English railway station. She had lived only for the sinful
pleasures of life. She was weary of her empty, sinful
life. Above the ticket window were printed these words:
'God So Loved!' Said she to the ticket agent, 'I never
heard that before. Where did those words come from?'
'They are m the Bible, Miss,' said the agent. 'Where can
I get a Bible?' she asked. 'Across the street at the book-
store.' The young women bought a Bible and returned
to the station in time to take her train. She asked a pas-
senger to find the place in her Bible where it said, 'God
so loved.' She was shown John 3:16. She read it over
and over again!
"Reaching her home, the young woman rushed in.
She showed the verse to the man with whom she lived.
. 'Isn't this wonderful!' she exclaimed asshe showed
him the verse.'I've known that terse was in the Bible
for a long time. What's wonderful about it?' asked the
one who, like herself, had lived a sinful life. 'Well, if God
loves me like that, I am going to forsake niy sinful life,
and love and serve Him with all my heart!' she said.
"She became a joyous Christian. She won the man
to the Saviour. They were united in Christian marriage
and their home in London became a center of a rich
influence for Jesus Christ!"
When God saves a person, it is full and complete.
The greatest thought that could enter one's mind is the
thought that God so loved, which includes me.
How about you today? Do you know of God's love for
you? Believe in God by receiving His Son into your life
this very day.
The Bible says in Romans 10:13 that whosoever shall
call upon the Name of the Lord shall be saved. Yes, I
believe in God.I trust God. I loire Him, and it is the de-
sire of my heart to always do what is pleasing and right
in His sight. He is a wonderful friend. He can be your
friend, too. May the glory of the Lord be found in you
today because God so loved,
In conclusion, I would like to share with you the
words of this song that I remember from my childhood.
I do not remember the name of the writer of this song,
"Fbr God so loved the world, He gave His only Son
to die on Calvary's tree, from sin to set me free.
Some day He's coming back, what glory that will be,
Wonderful His love for me."
Yes indeed, we are wonderfully loved by God, now
and forever more. Amen!

The Rev. Bruce Shefeld is Pastor ofthe First
United Methodist Church of Crestview at 599 Eighth
Ave., Crestview (phone 682-2018). Sunday morning
worship is at 8 a.m. in the Chapel and 11 a.m. in the
Sanctuary for traditional services, and at 9:12 a.m. in
the Sanctuary for our contemporary service. Sunday
evening service is at 6 p.m. in the Sanctuary.

. Web site: www.welcomehome2crestview.com.
E-mail: ofce@crestviewfumc.gccommail.com


school teens are invited .
to attend. For details, call
682-4297 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Monday through Thursday.
.
CHRISTIAN COALI-
TION: The Christian Coali-
tion of Okalposa County
meets monthly.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: are held
on the first Saturday of the
month. Flmds generated are
used for Epiphany Epis-
copal Church's outreach
activities.
Participants may sell
whatever they like at a cost
of $10 per parking space.
Concessions are available
inside. .
Call Mary at 850-665-3437
for details. The church is
located at 424 Garden St. in
Crestview.
BAKER FIRST UMC
SCHEDULE: Contempo-
rary worship is at 9 a.m.
at the church, located at
located at 5826 N. Hwy. 189,
just north of the traffic light
in Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Radio
show airs every day at
12:30 p.m. on WTJT 90.1 FM.
Presented by Northwest
Florida Church of God, pas-
tored by Carl Dillenback.


CATHOLIC RCIA: The
Rite of Christian Initiation
of Adults (RCIA) is designed
for those speaking one or
more of the Sacraments of
Initiation: Baptism, Confir..
martin and Eucharist. This
formation process is the
church's approved method
for individuals to become
menibers of the Catholic
community. Sessions are
held at the Eglin Chapel
Center Annex from 7-9 p.m.
each Wednesday evening.
Details; Susan Huberty at
882-7320.

FREE BIBLE
COURSE: Airport Road
Church of Christ is offering
a free Bible correspondence
course. Call 682-4025 for
more information. The
radio program airs Monday
through Saturday 5:45 a.m.
on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELA-
TIONS STUDY: Each Sun-
day evening at 5 p.m., the
Good Hope Congregational
Church presents the study
of the Book of Revelations.
Rev. Tommy Coleman will
be presenting the study,
and there will be finger
foods to follow every Sunday
evening. Anyone interested
may join. Call 537-4307 for
more information.

SQUARE DANCING:
The New Bethel Methodist
Church hosts square danc-
ing in the Fellowship Hall on
Thursday nights at 7 p.m.
Come.out for fun and good
exercise!

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


ANNOUNCEMENTS
WELCOME ASSEM-
BLY HOMECOMING:
Welcome Assembly of God
at 6137 U.S. Highway 393
North in Crestview's Dor-
eas community is hosting
its homecoming Oct. 18.
Regular Sunday worship
starts at 10:30 and includes
guest singers The Cains
and a guest speaker. Sunday
School is closed. Details:
Pastor James Sellsers,
682-1683.
NEW HOPE HALLE-
LUJAH NIGHT: New Hope
Ministries of Laurel Hill>
Inc. will host its 2nd Annual
Hallelujah Night SaturdaM
Oct. 31 from 6-9 p.m. '[here
ivill be a youth talent show
games, prizes and free food.
All are invited to attend.
Nevy Hope Ministries is lo^
cated at 3820 New Ebenezer
Road, Laurel Hill. Details:
652-2588.
FALL FESTIVAL:
Live Oak Baptist Church
at 4565 Live Oak Church
Road in Crestview will host
its fall festival Oct. 31 6-8
p.m. Free, family fun events
include a space walk, fishing
pond, bean bag toss, cake
walk, face painting and
many other activities. There


will be candy and prizes for
everyone. Details, 682-5160.
SPIRITUAL OUT-
POURING: Prophetess
Darlene Haynes, founder
of Fellowship Church of
Praise Training Center,
invites you to attend day two
of the apostolic/prophetic
gathering for 2009 at the
Carver-Hill School build-
ing on School Avenue in
Crestview Saturday, Oct. 17
at 10 a.m. Come experience
powerful, dynamieteach-
ing and impartation as Drs.
David and Vernette Rosier
of Fellowship's Panama City
headquarters come and lay
the foundation.

BOOTHS ARE AVAIL-
ABI. : Ten-foot spaces are
available for $10 at the Sale
on Circle Saturday,
Nov 7, a fundraiser for
the St. Agatha's Episcopal
Church Preservation Flmd,
in DeFlmiak Springs. De-
tails: 892-5610 or 830-7663.


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through May 2010 from 6-
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Church, 4796 Antioch Road,
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jor from Florida State, Brown
interned for Peaden. Subsequent
volunteer time on Miller's cam-
paign brought him to the con.
pressman's attention.
"I saw that as an opportunity
to get my foot in the door," Brown
said.
A young professional,
Brown said, has to have
a passion for his or her
. goals, and the desire to
. attain them.
"I have the desire to
serve and be a public
REG servant. I have a passion
OWN for what I want to do. I
want to make northwest
Florida a better place for the
people," Brown said.
"Government stands in the
w'ay too many times," he contm-
ued. "There is too much regular.
tion over in Tallahassee."
Because of his youth, some,
however, question his experi-
etice, Brown said.
"You're running for what?'
they ask me," Brown said.
"You're not even old enough to
vote!' they say,"


legislators will serve him well, he
said.
I know where the committee
meeting rooms are," Brown said,
adding to appreciative chuckles,
"and I know where the vending
machines are for those late work
nights."
For young professionals who
feel passed over in favor of older
colleagues, Brown reminded
them, "If you work hard, your
boss will see it. Don't get discour-
aged.
"If you have the passion and
purpose to be there, don't give
up," Brown encouraged. "This
country is resilient. Hard work
and energy, if it's focused, will re-
ward you."
Browncitedieveralyoungsit-
ting politicians, including guber-
natorial candidate Marco Rubio,
who were elected at age 28.
"It can be done," Brown re-
plied. "My strength is my en-
ergy."
Yet, Brown, admitted, "I don't
know everything at the age of 27.
But I have an open approach and
I have my ears on."


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Does a person's youth serve
as a detriment to his or her pro-
fessional development? That
was a question' discussed at
Thursday's meeting of
the Professional Inspired
Leaders of Tomorrow (PI-
LOT), a committee of the 4
Crestview Area Chamber '
of Commerce. 1
Greg Brown says no.
Brownwhohasserved
in various capacities for G
local political leaders in- BR
clouding state Sen. Dur-
rell Peaden, U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller
and U.S. Sen. Mel Martinez, was
the organization's guest speaker..
The 27-year-old is running for the
Florida House District 1 seat be-
ing vacated by Rep. Greg Evers,
"I have had a passion for pub-
he service since an early age,"
Brown said.
That passion dates back to his
school days when Brown ran for
class representative.
While a political science ma-


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LUNCH AND LEARN: Members of the Cresiview Area
Chamber of Commerce PILOT committee listen to Greg Brown
during their monthly lunch meeting?


From years of experience,
beginning with sticking signs
in yards and volunteering at a
legislator's front desk, Brown be-
lieves he is prepared for the next
stage of his career in public ser-,
vice. His experience in Tallahas-
see worldng in the offices of area


But in tough times, Brown
sees his youth as an asset.
"We need folks with integrity.
We need folks with energy," he
said. "Now more than ever we
need folks who see what's going
on with government who are ac-
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Festival. Sonny Adult Cance
McDavid lived Camp, in Pe
next door to our held in April
family until we Camp is for
grew up and has ever bee
flew the coop, as with cancer
children do in undergoing
this small city. just finished
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Davis, was the place where
sweetest little girl! sit back, be
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parents shopped. group of the
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provided; picture taking;
baskets filled with fruit
and chocolate bars (yes!),
nuts and crackers, and
drinks within reach all the
time. The wooded acres
are serene, fish frolic in
a nearby pond dodging
Nathan's fishing line; golf
cart-limos are available if
you don't feel like walking
the short distance to the
next activity.
The most important
thing that you can take
with you is the camp
experience. It does not
end when camp is over,
You will enter as a newbie
camper or volunteer, but
you leave with a family
and support system that
supports you year round!
It will change your life
forever. Special thanks
to James Hull, camp
director. Visit online at
www.campbluebirdfl.com
"Dear children, let us
not love with words or
tongue but with actions
and in truth."1 John 3:18

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in hugs and laughter!
Lots of laughter! It's a
membership we didn't ask
to join, but with attitude
' and thankful hearts we
share and encourage
others in this growing
number.
Frances Settles
and I arrived at the
camp grounds at 10
a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7,
and were immediately
surrounded by workers
to unload our car. .
Pampering began in the
parking lot! We checked
in at the nearby office,
had our pictures taken
and our temperature was
checked before going to
the dorm to unpack. The
sparkling clean bunk
beds were made-up by
the workers for us as we
quickly unpacked. Gifts
of theme tee shirts and a
shoulder bag filled with
goodies were at each bed.
Blessing of the Camp
and a prayer were offered
by a local minister; small
group introductions (Sid

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and Joy were my group
leaders) before lunch
break. Group pictures
were taken, arts and
crafts session, Doc-in-the-
Box is a time for campers
to ask questions, find out
new therapies and receive
expert advice from
volunteer doctors.
On campus you
will never know the
v61unteers' status of -
their jabs at Sacred ,
Heart Hospital. Staffed
by volunteers working
together planning and
preparing months in
advance for a three-
day, two-night retreat
for cancer patients and
survivors. On campus
they pamper us and then
clean up the camp'after
we depart!
On the beautiful
campgrounds wonderful
volunteers provide a safe
place for bonding and
sharing with like minded
men and women. Three
delicious meals are
shared; entertainment

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Friendly Employers," for
the second consecutive
C1'aciewdin to Os
Spouse magazine. The
third annual list honors
large corporations that
have made the greatest
theetgrantdesha cen yd
hiring the spouses of mili-
tary troops.
Military Spouse chose
the 10 honored companies
from a pool of approxi-
mately 2,500 that earned
a minimum of $1 billion
in revenues. In selectmg
West for t;he exclusive list,
Mr i cSpmp y' orn
training opportunities and
ongoing support for mili-
tary spouses from all ar-
eas of the armed services.
Currently,. West provides
military spouse employ-
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The magazine also
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and prograins like ,the
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for Youth Services (PaYS),
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hire and retain military
members and their depen-
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' Vanessa J-Douglas,
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to hiring military spouses.
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diverse background where
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said. "And typically, they
easily adapt to their new
environments."
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make sure the transition
to CiVilian work life is a
smooth one for military
spouses and their fami-
lies.
West has also. been
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LOCAL PLANNING
AGENCY
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
AMENDMENT AND
LAND USE CHANGE
PursuanttoArticle 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code and Section
163.3184, Florida Statutes, the Crestview Local Planning
Agency (LPA) will conduct a Public Hearing in the Council
Chambers, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida on
Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 6:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter
as the issue may be heard to consider the following proposed
amendment to the City's Comprehensive Plan:
Amendment 09S2 reflecting the future land use
change of 1.64 acres of developed property
recently annexed into the corporate limits of
the City. If adopted, the amendment will be
accomplished by ordinance #1434 and will
impose the "Commercial" Future Land Use
Category. The land isi identified by Parcel
Identification Numbers 32-3N-23-0000-0044-
0160, 32-3N-23-0000-0044-0300 and 32-3N-23-
0000-0044-0310 and is more commonly known
as Lots 1, 2, and 3, Block C, of Meadow Lakes
an unrecorded subdivision, located in Section
32, Township 3 North, Range 23 West. The
parcel is situated in the southeast quadrarLt of the
Intersection of Highway 80 South and P J Adams
Pkwy, in Section 4, Township 3 North, Range 23
West, City of Crestview, as shown in the map in
this advertisement.
The purpose of the Public Hearing is to receive comments
and make decisions regarding the above matter. The
application, exhibits, location maps, Ordinance, the proposed
amendment and the Comprehensive Plan are available
for public inspection during normal business hours at the
Administrative Services Department, City Hall, 198 North
Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.;
Monday through Friday.
AII citizens and interested partIes are encouraged to attend
the Local Planning Agency meeting and to provide written
and/or verbal comments on the matters under-consideration.
Anyapue o elii spe la mpn d ionsat he r
the City Clerk Department at (850) 682-6131 at least five
(5) calendar days prior to the hearing. If you are hearing or .
speech impaired, please contact the City Clerk Department
at the above number which has a TDD device.
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 to record
the proceeding and, for such purpose, such person may
need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceeding is
made, which record includes the testimony and evidence
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--si verao., re..a
.:ncesew re usu.
-> RSEP in store or by calling 850-682-8893


3 p.m. with nonscary char-
acters, the lights turned
on and trick-or-treating
through Father Ftid's Cen-
tral Market and the Haunt-
ed House.
Money from the haunt-
ed house is put back into
the community with proj-
ects like our signature
Give-a-kid-a-Christmas,
Thanksgiving Baskets and
the American Cancer So-
ciety.
For more information
or to volunteer e-mail
fortwaltonbeachjaycees@
yahoo.com, visit www.fw-
bjaycees.com or call 850-
642-5292.
BOATING SEMINAR:
Advanced Boat Handling
will be held Oct. 26 at the
University of West Florida
Coombs Campus on Love-
joy Road in Fort Walton
Beach. The seminar will
be especially valuable to
boaters who are new to big
water boating, or have re-
cently moved to this area.
Register online at wwim
fwsps.com or call 850-315-
0686.


meeting; get the book from .JAMES": Culture Shock
the library or purchase it, Wrestling will host a wres-
ahd finish reading the se- tling fundraiser Saturday,
elected book for that month Oct. 31 at the Mossy Head
before coming to the meet- Community Center on U.S.
ing. Highway 90 East. All pro-
Oct.17'ssubjectis"Meet ceeds from the event will
Kirsten." Saturday, Nov. help with medical costs for
21's topic is "Meet Kaya." 6-year-old James Rimmer,
For details, call 682-4432. who has a malfunctioning
FIRST TUESDAY pacemaker.
LECTURE: 1st Tuesday Cost is $8 per person,
Lectures are held once a which children 11 and
month at 10:30 a.m. at the younger getting in for free.
Crestview public library on Doors open at 7 p.m. for
Commerce Drive. the 8 p.m. event. Featured
OnNov.3,BrianHughes, wrestlers include CSW
CNB Entertainment Edi. Champion California Kid,
tor, will present "World- US Champion Nero Jar-
War II: Big Screen to Little dine, Tag Champs Mike
Screen." Metal and Victor Cru, and
The Dec. 1 presentation many others. Free Hallow-
by Dr. Anne Hawe Holt of een candy.
Tallahassee is called "Lock JAYCEES HAUNTED
'em Up ... or Not: The His HOUSE: with live gators
tory of Florida Prisons, at FLtdpucker's in Destin.
1868-1925." Open Oct. 17, 22-24 and
RED CROSS CIASS- 28-31 from 7 p.m. until ev-
ES: are offered in Okaloosa eryone is scared away. Do-
County. Visit www.yourred nation of $8 per victim. Not
cross.0rg to register. recommended for children
MISCELLANEOUS under10.
A free Kid's Day is
"A NIGHT FOR planned Oct. 24 from noon-


view Family YMCA, 298 N.
Wilson Street, Crestview
Oct.17.Flinfood,1iveenter-
tainment and many more
activities are planned. At-
tendance is free to the pub-
lic. The fee to vend at this
event is $35 for members
and $40 for nonmembers.
Call Adora James at 689-
2999 for further details.
DEER HUNT DRAW-
ING:TheBakerAreaYouth
Association is selling tick-
ets for an October drawing.
The winner will win a five-
day white tail deer hunt in
Christian County, Ky. at a
private 2,000+ acre lodge
Nov. 15-19 (a $2,000 value).
The trip includes five nights
of lodging, five days of hunt-
ing and $150 in cash.
Tickets are $20 each or
$100 for six. The drawing
will be held at the Oct. 24
BAYA football game. You
do.not have to be present
to win.
SOUP KITCHEN UP-
DATE: A fourth lunch has
been added to the soup
kitchen list. In addition to
being open Mondays and
Friday, 11 a.m. to noon 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. Fbrdon
Blvd., Community of Christ
Church at 398 W. First Ave.
in Crestview is open Thurs-
days from 11 a.m. to noon
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 ftom 5
p.m. to 6 p.m. This service
is provided through Oppor-
tunity Inc.
Immanuel church mem-
bers are in need of bikes,
which they repair and issue
to the homeless. Please call
423-0711 if you can assist
with this service.
OCTOBER BLOOD

Do t AfollC
Services drives will be held
in North Okaloosa County:
O'ct. 18, First United
Methodist Church, Crest-
view, 8 a.m. to l p.m.
Oct. 29, North Okaloosa
Medical Center, Crestview,
Ra.m. to 4 p.m.
Details: 862-4216.
WEIGHT WATCH-
ERS:meets every Thurs-
day at Episcopal Church of
the Epiphany, 424 Garden
Street, Crestview. Registra-
tion and weigh in begin at 5
p.m.; meeting follows.
GFWC WOMAN'S
CLUB ACTIVITIES: The
GFWC Woman's Club of
Crestview, Inc.'s club house
is located at 150 Woodlawn
Drive in Crestview. They
are hosting the events list-
ed below during the month
of October.


Holiday Decorating
Extravaganza 'lllesday,
Oct. 20 at 6 p.m. at the Old
Spanish Trail Shrine Club,
971 U.S. Highway 90 West,
featuring Crestview na-
tive and nationally recog-
nized floral designer Kirby
Holt. Light refreshments.
Finished products will be
available for purchase. Pro-
ceeds support the club's
charities. Tickets are $10,
and are available from club
members, at the door, or by
calling 683-9117.
AMERICAN GIRLS
BOOK CLUB: The Crest-
viewpubliclibraryonCom-
merce Drive behind the
post office is hosting an
American Girls Book Club-
The club meets every third
Saturday of the month from
10 a.m.. until noon in the
Story Room. Members talk
about the book and discover
more about life at different
times in American history.
Activities, arts and crafts,
and interesting snacks are
partofeachsession.
Join in by signing up in
Youth Services for each


From staff re arts

NORTH OKALOOSA

ART CONTEST: The
Ladies Auxiliary to the Vet-
erans of Foreign Wars Post
5450 in Crestview is look-
ing for artistic students in
Grades 9-12 to participate
in the Young Patriotic Art
Contest. Students have
several months to create
patriotic art that could earn
them college scholarship
money worth thousands.
The deadline to enter is
March 31, 2010. Details:
LAVFW President Lynn
Mobley, 537-3375 or 978-
0685.
K OF C CHARITY *
DINNER: The Knights of
Columbus will host their
monthly charity dinner Oct.
17 from 4:30 to 7 p.qi. at 701
E. James Lee Blvd. (U.S.
Highway 90) in Crestview.
Dinners are $7 for adults,
$5 for preteens, and chil-
drenyoungerthan5eatfor
free. This month's dinner
is spaghetti and meatballs
with the trimmings, or the
special, chicken eaccia-
tore.
SENIOR CITIZENS
SOCKHOP:SaturdayOct.
17 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at
the ROC at Central Baptist
Church in Crestview. De-
tails: 689-0300.
PIONEER DAY: Pio-
neer Day will be held at
Doreas Baptist Church on
Saturday, Oct. 24 from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. There will
be a cake and craft walk,
buggy rides, historical dis-
plays and food available. In
case of rain, the event will
be rescheduled for Satur-
day, Oct. 31. The church is
located at 5882 McCallum
Rd. offU.S. Highway 393 in
the Doreas community. For
more information contact
Rev. David VanZandt at
682-4958.
CHILD INSURANCE
REGISTRATION: Paula
Jackson of Families Count
is offering assistance to lo-
cal side skwhd weant

Florida KidCare insurance.
Walk-ins are accepted eir-
ery Tuesday and Thursday
from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. at
Jobs Plus on Wilson Street
in Crestview. To arrange a
different time, please call
her at 850-685-4086. Please
bring proof of income ahd
Social Security numbers
for every member of the
household.
DOGWOOD GARDEN
CLUB: Members meet the
first Monday ofeachmonth
from September through
May. Anyone interested in
learning more about gar-
dening is invited to visit or
join. Please call 682-2691, or
682-3639.
YMCA EVENTS: Join
the YMCA for $1 during
their Dollar Day Block Par-
ty/Open House at Crest-


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Crestview, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
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7497, prior to the pro-
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the seal of this Court Call 850-68
on this 29 day of Sep-
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Legal # 100886
IN THE CIRCUIT
COUST OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
BRANCH BANKING
AND TRUST COM-
PANY
Plaintiff,
CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-004588
vs-
DIVISION:
DEBORAH C. ROGERS
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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 NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
LOT 5, WALKER ES-
TATES, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RAET
BOOK 9, PAGES 21
ONDS22 PUBLCLOROESCA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
reda seoFue areco
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before November
16,2009 on Florida De-
r tiHaw Grojor
whose address is 9119
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na th Court

immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be tente efqd mn d
in the Complaint or e-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
wt ek ee o ictonstehc-
Crestview News Bul-
letin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 2 day of Octo-
ber, 2009
Don W Howard
Clerk of the Court

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ber, 2009.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court

By: Anita Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion 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 Disabli-
itles Act, personswith
clisabillties needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
gat 1S2h50 N.CEg
579; tel(T5 51-n9

prior to the proceeding.
10/10/2009
10/17/2009

LEGAL#120391

CNOTUHRETC R
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
D FOR
OKALN NACOUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:46-200WCA-005107
FILE NO:F09075222
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REBECCA RUvs. TH
JONES, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: REBECCA RUTH
JONES
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 4 9 9 4
Lower Roswell Road
Suite 27 Marietta, a
30068
RESS
ENT ADD .

ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES

D AINSTUNDTEBR
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
V I D U A L
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY.
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS*
DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER
CI.AIMAR
1.AST KNOWN AD-
N '
ESS U -

CURRENTADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County*
Florida:
APARTMENT UNIT NO.
A308 OF CABANA
CLUB CONDOMINIUM,
A CONDOMINIUM AC-
D TIONTO T
CONDOMIN 1 UM
THEREOF, '
CORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK
1279, PAGE 1357, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
TOGETHER WITH AND
AND ALL AMEN -
MENTS TO THE DEC-
LARATION AND UNDI-
VIDED 3.15 PERCENT
'lNTEREST IN THE
COMMON ELEMENTS
APPURTENANT
THERETO.
has been filed against
you and you are r?"
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or
before 11/20/09, on
Florida Default Law
Group, PL., Plaintiffs
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Sulte
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
Inal with this Court ei~
ther before service on
Plaintiffs 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 consec-


utive weeks in the
Crestview News Bulle-
tin*
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 6 day of Octo-
ber, 2009.
Don W Howard
Clerk of the Court

By:AnitaCantrall
As Deputy Clerk


*,,, z, 4100
9 Fire Extinguisher Tech.
.4 needed. No exp. req.
will train drug free
= 0 workplace. Fax Re-
sume to 850-682-0062
PEIS & ANIMAI.s or apply in person @
2100 Pois 650 Industrial Drive,
2110 Pois: Free to Crestview
Good Home
2120 Pet Supplies
2130 I animals/ Food SIvc/Hospitality
2140 Pots/Livestock
Wanted AIIPositions
2150 Pet Memorials for Cracker Barrel of
Crestview. Exp. and
Nights & weekends a
must. 682-8804 Apply
| 2100 anytime. EOE
English Mastiff
Puppies Insurance
AKC w/CH lines
Ready 10/15 A TerrifiO .
PCB (850) 258-5484 ,
OppOftUnity.
Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
| 2130 $100,000+ Eaming
Guinea chickens for Potential, Benefits,
salesmall$3medium Pension, 401(k), BCBS
$5 Call 850-652-4353 Insurance for those
and leave message. who qualify! Cal
1-800-257-5500.
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Medical/Health

Medical Social
MERCHANDISE Worker

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anesms pen nceHp erredHealth
. 3150 Building Supplies PhySICal
3100 Business Therapist:
Equipment Full Time of Part Time
olm8pet les to work in Northern
3190 Electronics Okaloosa and Walton
3200 Firewood County. Home Health
3210 Free Pass it On Experience preferred.
3220 Furniture Home Health Aide
Garasge/Yard sales (CNA Required): PRN
3250 Good Things to Eat to work in Okaloosa
3260 Health & Fitness and Walton County
3270 Jeweiry/clothing Home Health Experi
32 EMqa iperyt/ ence preferred. Tob
3290 Medical Equipment ply go our we
3300 Miscellaneous www.peophshomeheaRh.com
3310 Musical instruments or fax your re-
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6140
Crestview- Downtown,
3br, 1ba brick house
with yard. $500.00' mo.
Includes water & gar-
bage. 850-865-3421.
Crestview- home for
rent, country setting. 1
acre of land. 3br, 2ba.
$650. mo. 682-4280 or
699-4282
HOlt FI 2 story 2bd
11/2 ba on 2 + acres.
c/hla & w/g Satellite,
included New App &
wood burning stove
w/Shed $ 575+ dep
call Fay 850-496-3758
Laurel Hill- Newly Re-
modeled 2 br house
split bath, partially ,furn.
$500 me + $500 dd.
$100 dep for utils.
Small pet ok. 652-4155
NEWLY
REDUCED
RATES

CRESTVIEW
A 3 br, 1 ba Duplex
only $560 mo $560 dd
A 2 br, 1 ba Duplex
only$500mol$500dd
$25 app. fee, MUST
provide references And
phone numbers for
these rates. References
will be verified.
For info call
682-7731


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Crestylew-. Roommate
wanted to shareAubuiet
3br brick home. urn
area, $400 mo includes
utils. Call 689-8978.
.

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3 br, 2 be private and
quiet, 50 C got
398-2438



Crestview- 2bd 1 ba,
Remodeled, quiet park,
dd. s 50 mo.
Crestview- 2br, 2ba

We t,0rl Ot.a es
mo+dd. 850-832-0911
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1100
sure entered in a case
pending in said Court,
the style of which is in-
dicated above.

Any person or entity
claiming an Interest In
the surplus, if any re-
sulting from theforeclo-
sure sale, other than
the property owner as
of the date of the Lis
Pendensmustfilea
claim on same with the
Clerk of Court within 60
daysafterthefore-
closre sale.
WITNESS my 11and
and official seal of said
Court this 7th day of
October, 2009.
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Court
By: KBrown
Deputy Clerk
.
10/17/09
10/24/09 ,

LEGAL#120383
NOTICE OF LAND
-
OWNERS. ELECTION
RIVERPARK COMMU-
NITY DEVELOPMENT
DISTRICT
Notice is hereby given
to all landowners within
the RiverPark Commu-
niit DhevelpDpi I ") D
c1bsed gener mprisn
a parcel of land ap-
proximately 279 acres,
generally located in
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, lying north of Air-
port Road and to the
east of SR 85, gener-
ally, advising that a
meeting of landowners
will be held for the pur-
pose of electing three
(3) supervisors.
DATE: November 3,
2009 TIME:10:30 a.m.
(CST) PLACE: Weeks
Planning & Engineering
146 W Woodruff Ave-
nue Crestview, FL
32536

t inlandownner arm
written proxy. Proxy
fuo ns ay beatob n
fice of the District Man-
ager, c/o Rizzetta &
Company, 120 Richard
Jackson Blvd, Suite
220, Panama City
Beach, FL 32407. At
said meeting, each
landowner or his or her
proxy shall be entitled
taoreMost laonNde on d
him or her and located
within the District for
each person to be
elected, A fraction of
an acre shall be treated
as one acre. Platted
lots shall be counted
indwidually and
rounded up to the
nearest whole acre, en-
titling the landowner to
one vote with respect
thereto. The acreage
ofplattediotsshallnot
tbeem n ed in m r
ofvotingunitsheldby
aand wnde so rodr a

Fhall sae to ee
serve as the meeting
chair and who shall
conduct the meeting.
The meeting is open to
the public and will be
conducted in accord-
ance with the provi-
sions of Florida law for
community develop-
ment districts. The
meeting may be contin-
ued to a date, time.
and place to be speci-
fied on the*record at
chhem na fArcoh7
rnengfrornayRiz ttaob
Company, 120 Richard
Jackson Blvd, Suite
220, Panama City
Beach, FL 32407,
Pursuant to provisions
of the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any
person requinng spe-
cial accommodations
to participate in this
meeting is asked to
contact the District Of-
elea t l o 933b5e5M
the meeting. If you are
hearing or speech im-
paired, please contact
the Florida Relay Serv-
ice at (800) 955-8770
for aid in contacting the
District Office.
A person who decades
to appeal any decision
made with respect to
any matter considered
at this meeting Is ad*
vised that person will
need a record of the
proceedings and that
accordingly, the person
may need to ensure
that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is
made, including the
testimony and evi-
dence upon which the
appeal is to be based-
Pete Williams
District Manager
10/10/2009
.10/17/2009
LEGAL#120386
REQUEST FOR AUDI-
TING SERVICES FOR
HERITAGE PLANTA-
TION COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT DIS-1
TRICT
Heritage Plantation
Community Develop-


ment District hereby re-
quests proposals for fl-
nancial audit services
for the District's fiscal
year ending September
30, 2009. The District
is a special purpose
taxing Olstrict created
by Chapter 190 Florida
Statutes. The Auditing
entity submitting a pro-
posal must comply with
the qualifications estab-
lished and outlined in
"Government Auditing


| 1100
Standards," published
by the General Ac-
counting Office by the
Comptroller General of
the United States, 1994
Revision. Proposals
shall include a current
client list, references for
current governmental
audit engagements, a
description of experi-
ence in governmental
and/or not-for-profit au-
dlting engagements, a
description of the staff
available to work on the
engagement, and a de-
scription of the experi-
ence of the staff to be
assigned to the en-
gagement. Proposals,
eight (8) copies, shall
be sent to Debra N. An-
derson, Associate Dis-
trict Manager, Heritage
Plantation Community
Development District,
120 Richard Jackson
Blvd, Suite 220, Pan-
arria City Beach, FL
32407. Telephone
(850) 334-9055. Pro-<
posals will be received
until 12:00 p.m. on
Monday, November 2,
2009.
PeteWilliams
District Manager
10/17/2009
LEGAL#120388
IN11*IECIRCUIT
FIRCS JDOCFATL IR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462009CA005553
FILE NO:F09027$36
BAC HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP F/K/A
C 0 UNTR Y WIDE
HOME LOANS SERV-
p L.P.'
'


THE UNKNOWN
HEIR S, DE V (SEE S,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS
REEilTO R OTTRHUE
CLAIMANTS CLAIM-
HGROUGHUNDEBY
OR AGAINST KEVIN
M. JOSEY A/K/A
KEVIN MICHAEL
JOSEY, DECEASED ,
et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION

E UNKNOWN
HEIR S, DE VISEE S,
GRANTEES, ASSIGN-
EES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY,
7H R 0 U G H, UNDE R,
OR AGAINST KEVIN M.
JOSEY A/K/A KEVIN
MICHAEL JOSEY, DE-
CEASED
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS:U N
KNOWN
CURRENTADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

AK NAND PART
THROUGH, UNDER,
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI.
V I D U A L
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNO\NN PARTIES .MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
U N

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on
the following property
in OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
COMMENCING AT
THE NORTHWEST
SOR WESTOF1/4 T
THE NORTHWEST 1/4
OF SECTION 25,
TOWNSHIP 4 NORTH,
RANGE 23 WEST,
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA; THENCE
EAST A DISTANCE OF
957.00 FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 2549.75 FEET;
THENCE WEST A DIS.
TANCE OF 325.00
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING;
THENCE SOUTH A
DISTANCE OF 162.00
FEET; THENCE WEST
A DISTANCE OF
269.00 FEET; THENCE
NORTH A DISTANCE
OF 162.00 FEET;
THENCE EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 269,00
FEET TO THE POINT
QC BEGINNING
has been filed against
you and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de.
fenses, if any, on or
before 11/16/2009, on
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.( Plaintiffs.
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33834, and file the orig-
inal with this Court el-
ther before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or
Immediately thereafter;


otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the Complaint or pe.
tuition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consec-
utive weeks In the
Crestview News Bulle-
tin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this Court
on this 2 day of Octo-


[_ 1100 _j
Florida Default .Law
Group, RL
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622,5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion 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 Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Coutt Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shallmar, FL,
.32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
10/17/2009
10/24/2009
LEGAL#120392
INTHECIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:2007-CA-978-S
RLE NO:F07004670
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,

yg


| 1100
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion 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.
10/10/07
10/17/09
Legal # 100855
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE No.
46-2009 CA-004147
THE BANK OF NEW
YORK TRUST COM-
PANY, N.A., AS TRUS-
TEE FOR THE HOLD-
ERS OF STRUCTURED
ASSET MORTGAGE
INVESTMENTS II
TRUST 2006-AR3,
MOR T.G AGE
PASS-THROUGH CER-
TIFICATES, SERIES
2006-AR3,
Plaintiff
vs.
FEINSTEIN, JEFFREY
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO:
JEFFREY M.
FEINSTEIN
8 MAGNOLIA DRIVE
DESTIN, FL 32541
JEFFREY M.
FEINSTEIN
41 BUTTERNUT
KNOLLS
WEST SHOKEN, NY
12494
SHARON B.
TN NLIA DRIVE
DESTINY, FL 32541

I OENN BUTTERNUT
KNOLLS
1N2EST SHAKEN, NY
AND TO: All per.
sons claiming an inter-
est by, through, under,
or a ainst the aforesaid
Defe dant(s).
YOU ARE HEREBY NO-
TIFIED that an action to
forecl e allowTnogadee
scribed rty lo-
ated propeOkaloosa
County, FI da:
LOT 4, BLOCK C OF
HOLIDAY ISLE RESl.
DENTAL SECTION
NO. 4, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 4, PAGES) 29,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDSOFOKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
hasbeenfiledagainst
you, an you dre re-
u ed se e c

actio on teen n

Depart e Attorneyds
ose a

oTth, Su ade00, ent
West Cypress Creek
Road, Fort Lauderdale,
FL 33309, and the file
original with the Clerk
within 30 days after the
first publication of this
notice, or on or before
November 13, 2009;
otherwiseadefaultand
taereuddg ns yobue
eCr la handed in
WITNESS MY HAND
AND SEAL OF SAID
COURT on this 29 day
of September
As Clerk of said Court
By:Anita Cantrail
As Deputy Clerk

Copy furnished to:
A copy of this Notice of
Actiojnd sm saenNd
to the above-named
Defendants) at the last
known address
This is an attempt to
collect a debt. Any in.
formation obtained will
be used for that pur-
pose.
(17892.0743)
10/07/09
10/14/09
Legal # 100888
IN THE CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 09-DR-5824
IN RE: The Marriagd of
RAYMOND
DESMARAIS
Petitioner/ Husband,
and
ERIN J. DESMARIAS
Respondent/ Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Erin J. Desmarais,
whose last known ad-
dress is:
2476 Beach Boulevard,
Room 247
Biloxi, MS 39531
YOU ARE NOTIFIED


that a Petition for Dis-
solution of Marriage .
has been filed against
you'and you are re-
quired to serve a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on
Michael A. Flowers, At-
torney for the Peti-
tioner, whose address
is Post Office Box 947,
NicevilleFL325880n
orbeforeNovember
15, 2009, and file this


| 1100 |
original with the clerk of
this Court at 1250 N.
Eglin Parkway;
Shalimar, Florida 32579
before service on the
Petitioner's attomey or
immediately thereafter,
if you fall to do do, a
default may be on-
tered against you for
the relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this
caseincluding
orders re available
at the Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court's office.
You may review these
documents upon re-
quest.
Dated on 10-2-09
,
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURT
K Brown .
D.C
10-10-09
10-17-09
10-24-09
10-31-09
Legal#100890
PUBLICNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that a public
hearing will be held be-
fore the Board of
CounOkalooommissi ers
flori viatil di ue

agent on behalf of him-
self, Reedus & Linda
.Haraway and Joseph &
Barbara Wallman on
November 3, 2009, at
6:30 p.m. in the
Okaloosa County
Courthouse, Commis-
sioners Meeting Room,
at 101 East James Lee
Boulevard, Room 120,
Crestview, Florida, to
i)derof vachattinMelvia
Road, located in Holt,
follo
described as ws:
That portion beginn-
ing at the Northwest
corner of the SW1/4 of
the SW1/4 of Section
2aloos ounyR-25-o
ida, run North along
Se24. st section lin
Northwest corner of
said SW1/4, Section
21; thence East 20 feet,
more or less, to the
easterly maintenance
line of John Melvin
Road; thence run
South along said main.
tenancy line, 1324.28
2e01ee e ne e
the Point of Beginning.
LESS AND EXCEPT the
North 40 feet thereof.
If a person decides to
appeal any decision
made with respect to
any matter considered
at .stich meeting, such
person will need a rec-
ord of the proceeding
and, for such pur-
poses, such person
mayneedtoinsurethat
tahe verb eerecord
made,'whichrecordin-
cluides ev notestim y
i the appeal is to

WILLIAM J. ROBERTS
lil
Chairman
10/17/09
Legal # 100891
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR.
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO:
2009-CA-00046-S
CITYOFFORTWAL-
PRNrlBd M iFLORIDA
Corporation
Plaintiff '
and
LESHE A. ANDERSON
and.Whitney National
Bank, successor by
merger to Destin Bank,
and Any and all Un-
known PartiesClaiming *
By, Through, Under,
N Ad d v d aPDe-
fendants, Who Are Not
Known To Be Dead Or
AliveWhether Said Un.
known Parties May
Claim An interest As
Spouses, Heirs, Devi-
sees, Grantees, Or
OtherClaimantsand
Jane and John Doc,
Occupants
Defendant
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby
given that undersigned
Clerk of the Circuit '
Court of Okaloosa
County, Florida, will on
the 5th day of Novem.
ber,2009 between the
hours of 11:00 o'clock
a.m. and 2:00 o'clock
p.m., CENTRAL TIME,
at the Clerk's Office
door of the Okaloosa
County Courthouse An.
nex, 1250 Eglin Park-
way, Shalimar,
Okaloosa County, Flor.
ida, offer for sale and
sell at public outcry to
the highest and best
bidder for cash, the fol-
lowing described prop-
erty situated In
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida:


Lots three (3) and four
(4), Block "B", .
Seebreeze First Addi.
tion, according to plat
thereof, as recorded in
P,1at Book 2, page 55 of
the Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida and any mobile
home, fixture and im-
provement located on
said property.

pursuanttotheFinal
Judgment of Forecio.


JAlviES G. TUCKER, et p
al, 3330 Restaurant/Hotel
Defendantss. 3340 Sporting Goods
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell)

N IEDEULEDOF FO
CLOSURE SALE 3220
NOTICE IS HEREBY 2oveSeL.eatherin tes&
GIVEN pursuant' to an Full warr. Retail $1899
Order Rescheduling sacrifice $785. Car
Foreclosure Sale dated separate.850-471-0330
October 5, 2009 and
entered in Case NO. Brand Name Mattress,
2007-CA-978-S of the Queen Pillowtop w/
Circuit Court of the foundation. New. $185
FIRST Judicial Circuit Mfr warr. 850-471-0330
in and for UKALOOSA Brand New King Pil-
ounty, e r e Flgrida lowtolpstl Wr 0. Dx
CITIMORTGAGE, INC., n p
is the Plaintiff and Avail. 850-255-3050
JAMES G. TUCKER; Full size Mattress Set,
JUDY TUCKER; MORT- in mfr. plastic. Includes
GAGE ELECTRONIC box and warranty. Only
REGISTRATION SYS- $130. 850-471-0330
TEMS, INCORPO-
RATED, AS NOMINEE . .
FOR SECURED FUND- * *
ING CORP.; REGIONS 3230
BANK SUCCESSOR Crestview 1239 Jet-
BY MERGER TO feryscot Dr. (in Coun-
AMSOUTH BANK; are tryview Estates) Satur-
the Defendants, I will day Onlyl!I 7am-10am
st tbid r h at hold cjt LOTS
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT ofmiscitems
000RCLERKSSHAFRM
hNe dO e
described property as res in Sale
set forth in said Final
Judgment: Sat. Oct. 17, 7am-9
LOT 2, BLOCK 5, 2140 Lee Farms subdi-
BEL-AIR ADDITION TO vision. Funiture, appli-
FORT WALTON chances, baby items
BEACH, FLORIDA, AC- andext
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS ,
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE(S), 56' Crestvie ,
OF THI" PUBLIC REC- MOVING SALE,
ORDS OF' OKALOOSA Sat. Oct.17, 6am-11am,
COUNTYFLORIDA. 1255 Jeffe Scott
RK/DA 1A ENHUUEMMIN Dr a ol, P 01 ta e,
05RT WALTQN, FL Clomhps. Y
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus Huge Sale in
from the sale, if any. Holt
other than the property 4643 Main- Street,
owner as of the date of Holt. Fri & Sat,
the Lis Pendens must 8am-2pm; Lots of
file a claim wthin sixty antiques, furniture,
(60) days after the sale. tools, one gun,
WITNESS MY HAND clothes, old movie
and the seal of this posters, something
Court on October 8, for everyone.
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit | 3240
Court
GUN SHOW
By:K. Brown
Deputy Clerk oriuRosa CM nty
L. Oct. 17th & 18th
Florida Default Law '09. 9am-5 m. (850)
GroupRL. 957-4952/26P1-8407
RO. Box 25018 Gen. Admission $6
Tampa, Florida '
33622-5018
FO7004670-FIRNAT-FHA-B
-rhamlg
**See Americans with ( 32SO
Disabilities Act** GREEN & BOILED
IMPORTANT PEANUTS.
HOLLAND FARMS.
in accordance with the 1-877-676-6876
Americans With Disabil- .--
ities Act, persons, with p*
disablllties needing
special accommoda- *
,tion to partitlpate in ,
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis- b ,
ration at 101 James
Lee Bottlevard East,
CVestview, FL, EMPLOYMENT
32536-3515; telephone 4100 Help Wanted
number (850) 4130 Employment
689-5000, Extension Information
7497, prior to the pro- .
ceeding, or Shalimar ,
(850) 851-7497
] 4100
IMPORTANT
in accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itibs Act, persons with Admin/Support
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate In
this proceeding should Secratary
. contact Court Adminis- Experienced (5-10 yrs)
traction at 1250 N. Eglin legal secretary for law
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, firm. Potential candi-
32579; telephone num- date must have word
ber (850) 651-7497, processing, organiza-
prior to the proceeding, tonal & letter writing
skills w/ att, to detail.
10/17/2009 Billing exp. & Westlaw
10/24/2009 knowledge pref. Mail
resumes to RO. Box
1833,DestinFL32540
Web Id # 34055785


5100 esjsal

h als
6130 condonownhouse
6140 House Rentals
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 Rooms for Rent
of 18T wmeR als
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6201) Vacation Rentals


] 6100 1
Crestview
OfficeSpace
cTjive OfficeOffi
Plaza on Hwy 85.
Only 6 units left!
inc dhecsd A


eda dailrnaint ance
682-0791

in north Crestview, Im-
maculate, recently re-
modeled 1500 sq ft
building. Equipped and
currently used as a
child care center, but
also a perfect for use
as office space. Call
830-8411 or 682-5660
forinfo.

East
On Hibgw 90Up to
2000 sq ft office or
retail space. Call Dan
at 830-8411 o
682-0791.

. -
.
6110

ggg *ISt
IVIOnth's Rent
Cr sNdew-d 2Qu t well-
total electric -6985

Crestview-1BR, water/
basic cable included.
$475. mo. call
850-273-1977 or
80-758-0911

New 1150sf, 2 br, 2 ba,
Apartment for Rent in
Holt. Stove, Fridge, Mi-
cro, DW, included. With
w/d hkup, Lots of stor-
age, & covered park-
ing. $700 mo Call
850-537-4094 or
850-902-3660



| 6140



3. br, 2 ba,. Split Bed-
room, Open floor plan
on fenced over 1 ac yd.
on cul de sac $995 mO
.Call 974-2045


n,

)


Cresiview
3br, 2ba, 2cg, FP
1144sqft & fenced
yard. Wildhorse Dr.
$750/mo + SD. For
info, please email
dinardod@yahoo.com
or call 850 63-2637.

Crestview- Best Deal
in Townt 3 br, 2 ba, 2
cg, qulet neighborhood
$850mo+dd. 305-8030


REALESFATEFORSME
7100 Homes
hH ose
Pro
7120 Com cial ,
713o condolTownitouse
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
uite mes/Lots
711io Investment .
Property
71so out-of-Town
Real Estate
72oo-nmasham


7100
Free Foreclosure List-

i 43to 0 Pro



Individual wants to
buy house for invest- .
miant Call651-0987


7150



Auburn 1 acre fenced
ectnpc ateroaddsHas
tic tank on property it
also has a 24X24 gar-
age zoned for house or
mobile home. Asking
$30,000. Call 689-3795
^ '
7160 1
Got Land' 9
0 down for all land owners.
I r oO.K.resA ea 0
682-3
New Home
For Sale
Owner Financing Avail-
able... 10 years... $450
month. Call Clayton
Homes of Crstview
850-682-3344


.



AUI0MORK MARINE
RECREATIONAL
8100 Antique & Collectibles
aliq cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
8130 Trucks
814ti Vans
8150 CommercinI
aloq Motorcycles
8170 An c ories
821o Boats
8220 Personal watercratt
8230 Saliboats
8240 Boat & Marine
8245 B apt is & Docks
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 AlviOff Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
8340 Motorhomes


8110
1984 Nissan 300ZX
Turbo w/t-top, great
project car! engine and
turbo runs good. Body
in great shape $600.
O.B.O. Call 682-9969 s


8330
Heavy Duty 17 ft trailer
tandem axle 10,000 lb
per axle. New tires,
$1500,00 call 682-4444
or 682-2312.


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Sazturday, October 17, 2009


aolk

SCHEDULE
TodaY
High school cross country
Crestview.at Milton
Blackcat Invitational, 9 a.m.

Monday
High school volleyball
Baker at CrestviewJV 5
p.m.N 6 p.m.
Laurel Hill at Freeport,
JV 5 p.m.N 6 p.m.
Tuesday
High school volleyball
Central at BakerJV 5
p.m.N 6 p.m.
High school cross country
Baker at Freeport, 3:30
p.m.
junior varsity football
Jay at Baker, 6 p.n).
Christian Thomhave
Memorial Golf
Tournament
The Christian Thomhave
Memorial Scholarship Fund
GolfTournament is set
for'Oct.23 at Foxwood 1
CountryClub- "
Proceeds from the .
annual tournament go to
provide scholarships to
local students at Northwest
Florida State College.
The two-person lowball
tournament starts at noon
on Oct.23 with six flights in
the tournament. Flights will
be established according to
handicaps and playing ability.
Prizes will be awarded in
each flight.
Entry fee for the
tournament is $34 for
Foxwood members and $44
for non-members.
For more information,
call B.J.Thomhave at 682-
2012 0r 826-2012-

BAYA fundraiser
The Baker Area Youth
Association is hosting a
fundraising raffle with the
grand prize being a deer
hunt in Kentucky valued at
$2,000.
' The five-day hunt is
scheduled for Nov. 15-I9 in
Christian County,,Ky., and
includes five days lodging,
five days of hunting tand
$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.

SOCKS annual golf.
tournament ,
Save Our Cats and
Kittens (SOCKS) of Fort
Walton Beacha 501(c)-3
not-for-profit cat and kitten
shelter, is sponsoring a golf
tournament on Saturday,
October 24, 2009, at Fort
Walton Beach Pines Golf
Course< Entry is $50
per person cir $200 per
four-man team. Corporate
sponsorships are available
for $100 for sponsorshiP
only ahd $275 for hole arid
team sponsor.The format
will be four-person team
scramble (Florida lowball).

fro ha cel : 5 .m.
and a shotgtin start at 12:30
pm.
There will be door
prizes, awards for closest-
to-the-pin and an auction.
The entry deitdline is
Thursday, October 22, or
the first 32 teams-
Entry fornis are
available online at www.
saveourcatsandkittens.
com/golf, at the SOCKS -
Thrift Store or the Shelter
:it 498 Carmel Drive, Fort
Walton Beach. For more
information on the golf
tournament,,please call Tim
Mills at 862-3094/240-91 I2,
Leslie Gould 420-9062/337-
2332 or Cecil DeMonbrun
368-3682/650-5606-
All proceeds will support
the SOCKS shelter on 498
Carmel Drive, which is a
no-kill facility. For more
information, contact the
shelter at 863-5756.


Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
To say it has been a good year
for the Davidson Middle School.
football team would be an under-,
statement.
With an impressive 26-0 win
over Meigs on Thursday, the Pari-
thers are 7-0 and standing on the
brink of theii' first championship
since 2005. Hometown rival Shoal
. River is the only team standing
in the way of Davidson's first per-
feet season since 2004.
Davidson picked up a state-
ment win Oct. 1 when it beat
Bruner 2(h-0 to snap a 30-game
winning streak by the Spartans,
"That win means a lot," Pan-
ther coach Chris Small said.
"You kind of test yourself to see
how good you are against one of
the better programs that's been
in the county for a while. Gene
Vinson (coaching Bruner) does a
great job.
"Right now, that was a mea-
suring stick game for us. It was
a hard-fought game. We busted a
big one (run) there at the end to
put it away."
Busting .big runs had beet
the story for the Panthers since
literally the first play of the sea-
son when Jaylyrine Robinson ex-
ploded for a 97-yard ruin against
Shoals River. Davidson backs
haven't slowed down since the
opener and have piled up more
than 1,900 yards.
Robinson leads the team in
rushing, having surpassed 1,009
yards on the season, and is av-
eraging a whopping 18-yard per
carry average. Flillback Drew
Gibbons isn't a slouch either
with more than 350 yards on the
ground.
The Panthers are averaging
more thaf111.5 yards a run.
"We've got what I feel is some
.of the best backs we've ever
had here as a combined group,"
Small said. "But we've had a lot
of long runs to pad those stats
pretty good. Jaylynne, on the
first offensive snap (of the sea-
son), went for 97 or 98 yards, and
that helps. "
With a strong ground ,attack,
there is little reason to throw the
football, and the Panthers have
only thrown for 47 yards.
"We are playing to the talent
we have (running the ball)," Small
said. "We've got a quarterback,
Kyle Ifoontz, that does a good job
and can run our offense.
"We just feel we have a good
offensivelinerightnowandsome
of the best backs in the county,
and you want to put it in their
hands and let them either win
or lose the game for us. But Kyle
has done a great job at quarter-
back for us."
Small praised the offensive
line of center D.J. (Danny)
Thomas, Trevor Vaughn, Rocky
Longman, Jonathan Mattingly,
Romel Wilkes and Jeremy Love
and gave the line the credit it de-
serired for opening the holes to
spring the running game.
"D.J. Thomas, our center, is


UP THE MIDDLE: Dennis Gibbons takes the ball up th~e middle for the Davidson Panthers.


an eighth-grader, and he's done
a great job with the leadership
helping the two seventh-grad- .
ers at guard (Vaughn and Mat-
tingly)," Small said. "I tell you
what, that Trevor Vaughn is our
right guard, and he may be one of
the best linemen we've had come
through here in a while. On the
Outside (offensive tackle), we've
got Jacob Longman, 'Rocky;' he's .
an eighth-grader that has done a
great job on the right side for us.
"And then we have Jonathan
Mattingly (left guard) and Romel
Wilkes and Jeremy Love (shar-
ing time) at left tackle."
Small credited Gibbons and
fellow fullback Lucas Portugal
with helping open the holes for
Robinson.
The Panther defense has been
as equally impressive as the of-
fense, and Small tipped his hat to
the defensive staff.
"The defense has been uhbe-
lievable," he said. "Coach (Blake)
Moore and coach (David) Carn-
ley and coach (Daniel) Richards
over there, they lead our team.
They always say defense wins
championships and offerise wins
gaines.
"If we can win it (the cham-
pionship), it will be because .of
them. We are very fortunate to
have great athletes, and with the
scheme coach Moore has put in,
we put it on our linebackers to
win or lose the game for us, and
they have done a great job."
Small doesn't hide- his desire
to win the championship.
"Coach (former Panther head
coach Dexter) Day always in-


PANTHER YARDS: Jaylynne Robinson carries the ball for ~a big gain


stilled that we try to win county
championships here at Davids
son," he said. "He set that tone,
and we just try to follow that.
Some years, we fall short, and,.
some years, we feel like we have
a shot.
"Every coach wants to get one
of those (a championship) or to
win the.Super Bowl."
Small wasn't looking past
. Meigs or Shoal River on Monday
as he focused on winning the last


two games to close out a perfect
season.
No matter what Davidson's
final. record, Small has enjoyed
coaching the 2009 Panthers.
. "Right now, they are playing
hard, and we are just very talent-
ed," he said. "We've got a bunch
of kids that love to play the garne,
and it's just a very talented bunch
that is coming through here right
now.
"We are very lucky."


analogy, in the grand
scheme of things, what
happens in the White
House is of greater
interest than the things
that happen in the state
flotise or the county court
house.
H END As a one-man staff, I
ONE am limited in being able
Dickson to get to everything, so
I must depend on the help of
parents,,coaches and fans to get
me information frorn the games I
can't attend.
The best way to do that
is to e-mailme at randy@
crestviewbulletin.com.
One of the great things about
e-mail is it doesn't keep office
hours or have to cover games. I
can receive e-mails 24 hours a day,
seven days a week, and they are,
there when I arrive at work ready
to work for the readers.


If you e-mail results, it's best
to give me the basic fActs, such,
as statistics arid when)Johnny
scored the touchdown or Betty hit.
the home run. List the scores by
quarters or innings whatever
the sequential order of the specific
sport.,
ffhat's not to say if Betty hit
her home run in the bottom of the
seventh inning to win the game,
you shouldn't mention it up top.
As a rule, Pve found if someone
submits a written story, l usually
spend more time rewriting it than
it takes for me to write something
based on submitted facts.
Yes, I want to do thore and
recognize more teams and
players, and that's how you
can help whether you are with
a middle Whool or high school
program.
That's my request, and now let
me hear your suggestions.


[ll admit there are things
I could do better as the News
Bulletift sports editor, and Fm
sure all of you have plenty of
suggestions as to what those .
thingsmight be.
Fm open to suggestions that
don't involve cement shoes and
wading in the Gulf of Mexico or
taking up smoking by lighting.a
stick of dynamite.
: One of the areas I know I
could iinproveis that of covering
middle school sports. It's not that
I don't appreciate the hard work !
our middle school athletes and
coaches put in, it's just that there
is one of me and a lot more sports
and stories than I can do.
The fact is at almost any paper
middle schools are going to play
second, or third, fiddle to high
school sports.
Football might be king, but
if I have to make.the choice


between a middle school
football game and a
high school volleyball
match, 711go with the
high school volleyball
because it is a higher level
of competition than the
middle school football.
T
And, in most cases, there NOR
will usually be greater Z
interest in a high school Randy
event than a middle school
contest.
That doesn't diminish
the importance of the 1
accomplishments of a middle
school team winning a game or
a championship. I just have to
prioritize what I've found to be the
bigger stories. ,
Just as high school gets
priority over middle school, say if
we were in Tallahassee, Florida
State would get top billing over
high school. To use a political


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