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The fire department has been expecting since
sprmg an $11,000 check from the Federal Emer-
gency management Agency for expenses incurred
during March floods.
"FEMA sent an e-mail confirming the check
has been mailed," Doreas Fire ChiefJosh Lingen-
felter said.
The money will be enough to pay the workers
compensation and keep the fire department afloat
until tax revenues are disbursed in late November,
Lingenfeltersaid.
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Michael Stewart
michaels@crestriewbulletin.com
Officials with the Doreas Fire District said mon-
ey from a federal agency is on the way that should
soon get firefighters back on the road.
Firefighters with the volunteer department
have been gk*ounded since Oct. 16 when workers
compensation for the fire-department was not re-
newed,
Officials were considering a loan to.pay the
$2,831 needed to renew the policy, which was re-
quired for the department to continue to operate.


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VIVE LA ANTHEM:As band
director Jocly Dunn
conclucts, trombone
players Shelby
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fellow Symp cinic Ban
members rehearse "La
Marseillaise" Thursday -
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Brian Hughes '
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hen Crestview Mayor David
Cadle presented the key to the
city to his Noirmoutier coun-
terpart, Mayor Noel Faucher,
last evening, it was a rare opportunity for
Crestviewtoexhibitalittlediplomatichoop-
la for international visitors. The Big Red Ma-
chine rose immediately to the challenge.
Av eeks-long and diligent search at last
yielded arrangements of "La Marseillaise,"
the Fretich national anthem, for the Crest-
view High School band to learn and perform
at the key presentation ceremony, which
was held right before the Bulldogs kicked off


against IVIosely
"We're playing it," confirmed band di-
rector Jody Dunn shortly before another
rehearsal of the stirring anthem Thursday
morning."They'vebeenworkingonitforthe
past few weeks. They're going to play it very
well.
Dunn had searched archives did music
libraries unsuccessfully to find an arrange-
ment of'"La Marsemaise" suitable fbr the
Big Red Machine. With time running out as
the Noirmoutier delegation's arrival date
drew nearer, he turned to Mayor Cadle, who
was his predecessor as band director.
"Mr. Cadle isithe one who found it for us."
Dunn said. "I don't Imow how he got there
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Michael Stewart
michaels@crestview
bulletin.com
Crestview First As-
semblynof God Rev. Mark
English was awakened at
2 a.m. Wednesday morning
with newg that 34-year-qld
Crestview resident Cora
Ittibble died in an automo-
bile accident.
7 a.m., most church
members knew of their fel-
low parishioner's death,
and the church on Ferdon
Boulevard was flooded with


An account for the c
of Cora Hubble
beer\ set up at Pr
COmmunity Bank,
E.James Lee Blv
.Crestview. Donatio
can be made at the
branch in Fort W
Beach, at 32 Nort
Beal Pkwy.

telephone calls fro
offering help.
Visitation for th
mother of two child
begin at 2 p.m. Su


children the church, witly services
has following at 3 p.m. Hubble
emier will be buried at Old Bethel
at 345 Cemetery after the ser-
d. in vice.
ns also She leaves behind a son,
bank's Robert, 12, and daughter,
alton Brittili, 9.
hwest "I think, for me, the sad-
dest thing is her Idds don't
have a mom," English said.
For about a decade,
m those Hubble and her children
have attended Crestview
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DORCAS FIRE.DI
MEETING SGIEDULED
The board of commissioners or
the Dorcas.Fire District will meet at
7 p.m. Tuesday at fire station 42.
.The station is behind Maddox
General Store, eight miles east
of Crestview off U.S. 90 at 5232
Deersprings Road. The-meeting is
open to the public.


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HALLOWEEEN AT
WESLEYAN: On Friday,
Oct. 30 at 9:30 a.m. the
Wesleyan Child Care
Center in Crestview will
be celebrating Hallowee4
at the center. Each child
will have a house entry
that they along with their
families have created,
and they will go trick-or-
treating at all the houses.
Family and friends
are invited to come .
and see visit the event
and see all the houses .
that the children have
created. The school is
also selling raffle tickets
for a handmade doll
house that we will be
presented just in time for
Christmas. The event will
take place on the corner
of Alabama and Eighth
Avenues across the
street from thb center.
Details: 682-7319.
CITY OF
CRESTVIEW
HALLOWEEN: Mayor
David Cadle announces
that Trick or Treat will
be observed in the City
of Crestview on Saturday,
Oct. 31 from 6 p.m. to
8 p.m. Motorists are .
urged to use increased
caution at that time for
the safety of the children
participating in this ,
event. .
USDA FOOD
GIVEAWAY: starts at
10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 24
and continues until the
monthly food allowance
has been given out. It is
held at New Beginnings
*Church, 412 W. James .
Lee Blvd., Crestview.
New Beginnings Church
is an equal opportunity
provider. Details: Jimmy
Smith, 689-2988.
FULL MOON
AMERICAN INDIAN
HUNTING CAMP; This


program is scheduled
at the Crestview library
Monday, Nov. 2 from 6 to
gp
Relive the past with
Blue Heron (Wah-ka-
chobee), a Seminole/
Creek Indian. Farris
Powell presents a unique
historical impression of
the Seminole warrior
at the turri of the 19th
century. See history come
to life in this authentic
1830's hunting camp
- the clothing, weapons,
tools, games, musical
instruments, and food. .
This authentic
southeastern Indian
hunting camp program
will be held outside under
the full moon. Park in
the east parking lot and
follow the sounds of the
Native American flute
played by Dale Palmer
of the local dulcimer
music group The Pelican
Pickers. Sample the
Indian drink "soffkee"
and pumpkin fry bread.
Bring blankets or
lawn chairs and dress
appropriately for the
weather. (In case of
rain the program will
be held next door in the
Crestview Community
Center.) The program is
designed for school-aged
children through adult.
The library is located at
1445 Commerce Drive in
Crestview (behind the
post office). Call 682-4432
for more information.
YMCA COACH CALL:
The Crestview Family
YMCA needs coaches and
referees for flag football
and fall soccer. Apply
through Nov. 14 at the
YMCA at 298 N. Wilson
Street in'Crestview.
Contact Glenn Scott at
689-2999 for more details.
ART CONTEST:
The Ladies Auxiliary
to the Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 5456
in Crestview is looking


for artistic students lb
grades 9-12 to participate
in the Youryg 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.
PIONEER DAY:
Pioneer 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 &
craft walk, buggy rides,
historical displays and
food available. In case
of rain, the event will be
rescheduled for Saturday,
Oct. 31. The church is
located at 5882 McCallum
Rd. off U.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 local
residents who want to
register their children
for Florida KidCare
insurance. Walk-ins are
accepted every Tuesday
and Thursday from 8
a.m. to 10 a.m. at Jobs
Plus on Wilson Street
in Crestview. If you
would rather arrange
a different time, please
call her at 850-685-4086.
Please bring proof
of income and Social
Security*numbers for
every member of your
household. -
DOGWOOD
GARDEN CLUB:
Members meet the first
Monday of each month
from September through
May. Anyone interested
in learning more about
gardening is invited to
visit or join. Please call
682-2691 or 682-3639.
DEER HUNT
DRAWING: The Baker
Area Youth Association
is selling tickets for an
October drawing. The
winner will win a five-
day white tail deer hunt
in Christian County, Ky.
at a private 2,000+ acre
lodge Nov. 15-19 (a $2,000


value). The trip includes
five nights of lodging, five
days of hunung s.. 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
UPDATE: A fourth
lunch has been added to
the soup kitchen list. In
addition to being open
Monday and Fridays, 11
a.m. to 12 p.m. at First
Presbyterian Church,
492 N. Ferdon Blvd.
and Wednesdays, 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
Thursday from 11 a.m.
to 12 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 Mondajr and
Friday*evenings from
5 p.m. to 6 p.m. This
service is provided
through Opportumty
Inc.
Immanuel church
members are in need
of bikes, which they
repair andissue to the
homeless. Please call
423-0711 if you can assist
with this service.
'OCTOBER BLOOD
DRIVES: The following
Northwest Florida Blood
Services drives will be
held in North Okaloosa
County: Oct. 29, North
Okaloosa Medical Center,
Crestview, 8 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Oct. 30: Bob Sikes
Elementary School,
Crestview, 4 p.m. to 7:30
p.m.
Details: 862-4216.
WEIGHT
- WATCHERS meets
every Thursday at
Episcopal Church of the
Epiphany, 424 Garden
Street, Crestview.
Registration and weigh in
begin at 5 p.m.; meeting
follows.


Crestview C Council

AGENDA

The Crestview City Council meets Monday at 6
p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall. The fol-
lowing items are on the council agenda:

REGULAR AGENDA
*
1. Approval of Consent Agenda.
2. Public Hearing:
a. Ordinance #1433 An ordinance declar-
ing the franchise agreement between the City of
Crestview and Choctawhatchee Electric Coopera-
tive Inc. (Requested by Choctawhatchee Electric
Cooperative Inc.) Second Reading and Adoption
h
e IMw Business:
aDiscuss Amtrak Depot Mickey Rytman,
Main Street Association.
b. Alatex bid opening results Public Ser-
vices
c..Resolution 09-14 Sitpport of Northwest
Florida L'eague of Cities Inc. in opposing Amend-
ment 4 on the 2010 General Election Ballot. City
Clerk
d. Report.on Village Profile (Crestview Area.
Chamber of Commerce) Administrative Services
D artment
ep e. Discuss the Northwest Florida League of
Cities 2010 Legislative Session Lobbying Team Ad-
ministrative Services
f: City Christmas Banquet Plans; (Decem-
her 12, 2009) -- Admiriistrative Services.
g. Planning and Zoning Board appointment
(Nancy Westbrook Term effective through Nov 8,
2009) Council member Charles Baugh Jr.
h. Police Officers and. Firefighters Retire-
ment Board appointment (William M. Gillespie term
effective through Nov. 30, 2009) Council Appoint-
meet
i. Fee Schedule Discussion for Warrior Hall
Auditorium Administrative Services.

M reas1 epor e oor,

CONSENT AGENDA
1. Approval of the minutes regular meeting of Oc-
tober 12, 2009.
' 2. Approval of invoice in the amount of $1,200 for
professional services,* (Small Scale Amendment
0981; First Capital Bank). Requested by J. E. Dor-
man & Associates Inc.
3. Approval of Requests for Certificate of Compli-
ance for the sale ofbeer-and wine (2 APS Alcoholic
Beverage Licenses) for Ammaco Food Store located
at 501 North Ferdon Blvd. The above location has
been leased to a new operatorrequiring a name
change on the license.
4. Authorization to cancel Regular Council Meet-
ing scheduled for December 28, 2009.


Dr Darren Payne's Srnart lens Procedure can produce clear vision


City of Crestview water, 2010
sewer rate being based on average
On Oct. 20, city of Crestview Clerk Janice Young an-
nounced that the fixed residential sewer rate for the year
2010 will be based on the average of the gallons of water
used from November through January for the succeed-
ing 12 moriths.
Please reserve your consumption of water during
those three months. If you have any questions, you may
contact the utility department at 682-6131 or 682-6134.

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"She was so proud of her
children," English said. "Her
life was her kids."
Cora Hubble was work-
ing her way through college at
Kohls in Fort Walton Beach and
was close to earning a degree iri
education,
"She was so excited and said,
'I am finally going to provide for
my kids,'" English said. "She
was like a super mom. My wife
and I talked about how tired she
roust be, but she kept going. She
had a purpose in her life."
Cora Hubble made time fof-
others, as well. .
She was heavily involved in
the women's ministry pt her
church and had attended a few
mission trips, including one to
Hollaild,
"One year, when she couldn't
go, she bought journalsior each
of the ladies who did go on the


mission trip," said Christy Eng-
lish, wife of Mark English and
close. friend to Cora Hubble.
"That's a lot of money for a sin-
gle mother.
Another year, Cora Hubble
made scrapbooks for each of
the women who participated m
a mission trip.
Even though she had little
time, Cora Hubble also cared
for an elderly woman in Crest-
view.
"She was such a giver and
was so generous," Christy Eng-
lish said. "She touched a lot of
lives."
Wednesday night, Robert and
Brittni attended church for the
first time smee the.accident.
The whole church loved on
them and hugged them," Chris-
ty English said. "The kids really
felt loved last night, which is a
good thing."


"This is their family," Eng-
lish said
Hubble's father, William Hub-
ble, and sister, Melissa Hubble,
also reside in Crestview.
Cora Hubble died shortly be-
fore midnight Tuesday when a
deer ran out in front of her 2006
Nissan on State Road 85 near
the entrance to Duke Field.
She was traveling north on
SR 85 and veered across the me-
dian and into oncoming traffic in
an attempt to avoid the deer.
Cora Hubble's car was struck
by an SUV driven by Owensboro,
Ky., resident Bridget McCune,
34. The SUV overturned, and
McCune .and her passengers,
Carrie Fowler, 40, and Calix
B. McCune, 2, were treated at
North Okaloosa Medical Center
with minor injuries.
Hubble's car was then struck
by a Dodge van driven by Nicev-


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
Cora Hubble is pictured here in a recent photbgraphn Hubble
was killed Tuesday night in an automobile accident on State
oa near85 Duke Field


ille resident Lonnie Smith, 65,


English said Cora Hubble


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unteer firefighter CQurtney Nelson
said.
A funding shortage at the depart-
ment and subsequent cancellation of
the workers compensation policy has
fueled a controversy that.has divided
members of the department and re-
sulted m the resignation of the chair-
man of the fire district's board of com-
nussioners. *
Chairman Eddie Alford resigned
his seat during a heated debate at the
emergency meeting called last 'Itxes-
day to address the insurance issue.
I'll tell yott what," Alford said. "My
resignation will be on the table in the
mormng because I quit.
Some firefighters blamed Alford for
the lapse in workers compensationin-
surance. Alford said he felt as if he had
no choice in the matter after he was
informed by bookkeeper Debi TValdin
there was not enough money to pay all
the department's bills.
She said we could either pay th
w c8mhpa dehe i I
,,
had to make.
The department has about $3,000 in

t ac un oaned on y O n-
erty Creek Road.
Many firefighters with the vohm-
teer fire department questioned Al-
ford's decision withhold payment of
the workers compensation without a'
vote of the board of comnussioners.
Furthermore, the firefighters con-
tend, turning the electricity off would
have been the preferred option given
an attorney had advised them they
could not legally make fire runs th-
out the insurance.
"Eachoneofthesefiremenwhorun
these calls (without workers compen-
sation insurance) can be fined $10,000,
and the department has to pay," Nel- .
son said.
Firefighters and commissioners
agreed the board and Lingenfelter in-
herited financial problents from a pre-
vious administration> -
In addition to the $33,600 a year pay-
ments on the Poverty Creek firze sta-
tion, the department owes $90,000 on
three fire trucks. Two of those trucks
are in need of mechameal work and
are inoperable.
The department's annual bud-
get the past year was about $173,000.
Firefighter andforiner Commissioner
Robert "Kit" Callahin said $123,000
goes to dedicated expenses. The de-
partment ii1curred the.$11,000 in ex-
penses for the March floods arid paid
another $25,000 for 10 radios to up-
grade to a county-mandated commu-
nic osn ys re mismanaging it,"

Callahan said of the funds.. "Things
are coming up we can't foresee and
can't do."


priorities," Telesco said. "This rally, trapping and relocating
is why it is so critical that resi- bears is not a good practice,
dents follow our recommenda- and, by policy, the FWC does
tions and do all they can to keep so only when bears continue
attractants away from bears." to remain around homes even
Conflicts between humans after all attractants have been
and bears are not uniqile to removed or secured
Florida; they occur throughout As both human and bear
the United States wherever populations continue to grow
humans and bears coexist. in Florida, so do bear-feed-
The FWC has an educational ing issues and the encounters
program designed to help resi- between the two that follow.
dents who live in bear country Although the state has not yet
reduce conflicts by recom- experienced a predatory at-
mending practices that dis- tack in which a human was
courage bears from lingering seriously injured or killed by a
in neighborhoods. bear, there have been several
"We work with residents to incidents in which people have
help them understand what at- been bitten or scratched.
tracts bears and how best to se- For example, a female bear
cure those attractants so bears recently nipped an elderly
will never get them in the first woman's leg when the woman
place," Telesco said. put herself between the moth-
When all residents comply er bear and her cubs that were
with these recommendations, eating cat food on the woman's
bear conflicts decline dramati- screened-in porch. Luckily, the
cally and usually go away. Gen- injuries were minor.


sition for everyone; it puts hu-
mans at greater risk of injury
and usually results in a bear's
death, according to the Florida
Fish aild Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC). It doesn't
matter if the food is specifically
for bears or if it is for cats, dogs,
birds or the garbage haulers.
As far as bears are concerned,
it is for them. '
"Bears are more of a public
safetythreatwhentheybecome
habituated to humans and lose
their natural fear," said Dave
Telesco, coordinator of FWC's
bear-management program.
"In fact,' the FWC has eutha-
nized dozens of bears over the
past few years that have lost
their natural wariness and dis-
played fearless behavior, mak-
ing them a potential threat to
people.
"Public safety and provid-
ing long-term solutions to hu-
man-bear conflicts are our top


Black bears in Florida are
generally very shy and secre-
Eve animals that have a natu-
ral fear of people and prefer to
avoid them if possible. How-
ever, they.are large, powerful
and unpredictable wild animals
capable of injuring or even kill-
ing a person under certain con-
ditions
Unfortunately, the lure of
human-provided foods reduces
their wariness and increases
the chances of closer encoun-
ters with people,
Many Florida. communities
are in or near ideal bear habitat,
and bears naturally wander into
neighborhoods in search of food
or new territory. Generally, they
only stay around if they find a
consistent source of food that
is easy to get, such as garbage,
bird seed, pet food and other hu--
man-provided goodies.
AHowing bears to eat this
kind of food is a losing propo-


because I was having no luck."
Candle's youngest son, Ben Cadle,.has been a member of the
prestigious U.S. Army Ceremonial Band since 2003. Surely, it
was hoped, given all the diplomatic functions for which the
Ceremonial Band plays, its library would contain an arrange-
ment of the French national anthem. However, Ben Cadle was
with the band, performing out of town when his father called.
"I knew time was getting to be of the essence," Cadle said.
The mayor started reviewing other sources of band arrange-
ments with which he was familiar from a more than 30-year
career at the head of marching bands.
"Ijust had a hunch that the West Point Music Library would
have a copy of thisas they are known to have an extensive li-
brary of national anthems," Cadle said. "I took a chance and
e-mailed the librarian. The next day, I received a reply with
each individual band part and the conductor's score."
--He came in the band room the other day, and he was hold-
irig the music and said, 'Here's what yori were looking for,'"
Dunn related-
The Big Red Machine tackled.the newest addition to their
repertoire with gusto. Soon the notes first penned by Claude
Joseph Rouget de Lisle in 1792 werefilling the high school
band room. Off the trophies, plaques and awards that sur.
round the room echoed one of the world's most rousing an-
therns, music that has been sampled, quoted and adopted for
everything froril the Frezich and Russian revolutions to the
film "Casablanea."
"We've, talked about it," Dunn said. "If we were visiting
another country and they were honoring us by playing our
national anthem, we would want to reciprocate by playing
.theirs as well as we can..We're honored to pay tribute to our
Triendship with our French sister city by playing their national
anthem."

Enjoy exclusive rehearsal video of the Crestview High
School Symphonic Band's performance of "La Marseillaise"
on our Web site, www.crestviewbulletin.com.


LA MAltSEILLAISE
Originally called "The War Song of the Army of the Rhein,
the French national anthem was composed in Strasbourg
and first played on April 25, 1792. A few days later, the city
was attacked:by Prussian and Austrian invaders, who were
successfully repulsed as the French victors sang the son9 with
gosto.
The song first was performed in Paris by volunteers from the
southern ort of Marseilles as they marched into town during the
French revolution, thus g wing it a new moni er. was an mstant
hit and was made the official anthem of the nat on so 1795.
Though banned under the rules of Napoleon 1, Louis XVil
and Napoleon III, it was reinstated in 1879 and has been
sung proudly by Frenchmen ever since. Want to sing along?
Here are the lyrics, with English translations in parentheses.


vos bras (They come up to
your arms)
:igorger yos fils; vos
(T lit th th
companies! os e roats
of your sons and wives!)
CHORUS:
Aux arrties, citoyens, (To
arms, citizens)
Former vas bataillons
(Form your battations),
Marchons, marchons! (Let's
march, let's march I)
Qu'un sang impur,(May an
linpure blood)
Abreuve nos sillonsI (Water
Our furrows)


Gallons enfants de la
Patrie (Come, children of the
Fatherland) .
I
Le jour de gloire est arrive.
(The day of glory has arrived!)
Centre nous de la tyrannic
(Against us, tyranny's)
L'4tendard sanglant est
live, (bis) (Bloody banner is
raised, (repeat) )
Entendez-vous dans les .
campagnes (Do you hear in
the countryside)
Mugir ces f&roces soldats9
(Those ferocious soldiers
roaring?)
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us," Lusk said, "We really
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orus scheduled its Oct. 30
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SHOWER: With her nozzle set to "spray," Alicia Toves, a member of the~Crestview High
School chorus, helped the 125-person chorus raise $250 in donations from supporters.



Family excels in its f seld


High chorus members


support and services includ-
ing scholarships, classes
and insurance. The organi-
zation has 3,700 members in
Okaloosa County, according
to Federation Board Presi-
dent Keith Free. It grew out
of a Depression-era New
Deal program and has been
active in Okaloosa County
for inore than 60 years.
Despite recently cel-
ebrating his 90th birthday,
Fred Baber, the patriarch of


the Parm Pamily of the Year,
still rises at 5 a.m. every day
to work as herd manager for
- the Roger's Ranch in Lau-
rel Hill, where he Manages
60 head of brood cattle. On
the Baber family farm, Fred
and Andy, the oldest of eight
children, produce peanuts,
soybeans and hay.
Andy and his wife,
Barbara, also work at
Ruckle Properties: Andy in
maintenance and Barbara
in accounting. Both are ac-
tive in the Magnolia Baptist
Church. The couple has two
daughters, Heather and
Ashley, both in college. Andy
also serves on the county
Farm Service Agency
board. Fred is active at Gar-
den City Baptist Church.
With his brother, Fred
Barber pioneered artificial
insemination and dairy herd
improvement milk testing in
o dh%
to northwest Florida. He
also built one of the area's
first Harvester silos and
helped bring the Tampa
Independent Dairy Parmers
1VIilk Co-op to the region,
Free said.


Three generations
of working the land has
earned a Laurel Hill fam-
ily the Okaloosa County
Federation board's Parm
Family of the Year honor.
At its annual meeting,
the board presented the
award to Fred Baber, his
son, Andy, and daughter-
in-law, Barbara, and their
datighter, Ashley..
The board and its part-


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Singing the
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brianh@crestviewbulletin.com and Carq
had start
librtunately for nearly a dozen morning
members of the Crestview High dated ope
School chorus, the late mornmg sun "These
warmed the air a week ago today. The portive of
group had gathered at O'Reilly Auto appreciate
Parts on South Ferdon Boulevard for The ch
the chorus' fall car wash. Inclement Bowl-A-Th
weather and illness had caused the 2:3() 4:30
fundraiser to be postponed twice. will host a
"We were determined to do it this high scho
time!" declared choral music director
Kevin Lusk, as he pitched in
to help scrape pine sap off a
supporter's windshield.
As is the case with most
student organizations, the
125-voice chorus is heav-
ily dependent on commu-
nity support through various
fundraisers to earn money
for transportation to out-
of-town performances and
competitions. Saturday's car
wash raised more than $250
for the travel kitty
"We are so dependent on BRIAN
and thankful to the commu-
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drutaS ay October 24 2009


,


we are providing them a sat-
ellite drop off."
Based on the large num-
ber of students seeking
tutoring in Roland Deale's
room, it seems that many
Bulldogs are utilizing this
valuable service.
"This is definitely help-
ing," Myles Willsey said. "If it
wasn't, I wouldn't be here."


ent than we offered in the
past.
"In core courses Eng-
lish, science, math and so-
cialstudies-weoffertutor-
ing on different days of the
week," Coleman said. "The
teacher is available from 2
until 3 p.m. for students who
want to be tutored in those
areas. They may not have
that particular teacher for a
class, but they are available
for extra tutoring."
As of Thesday, Crestview
High's tutoring program
added another service to
make it even easier for stu-
dents to take advantage of
after-schooltutoring.
"On Tuesdays and Thurs-
days, we strill have two buses
available to take kids home,"
Coleman said. "A lot of stu-
dents say they want to stay


after school for tutoring, but
they can't stay because they
don't have transportation. A
lot of the parents say, 'Hey,
we'd love for our kid to get
some ttitoring, but transpor-
tation's an issue."'
The two buses serve a
north Crestview zone and
a southern zone respec-
tively. Stops aren't exactly
door-to-door, but the routes
make wide loops through
each zone, so most kids who
use the service will be let
off relatively close to home.
Coleman said if the service
is popular, the routes could
betweaked.
"We'll only be able to
keep this program going if
we have a good number of
kids using it," Coleman said.
"We may not be dropping
them off at the doorstep, but


Ideale for his math teacher,
but he spends a lot of time in
Deal's room. He's not alone.
During a recent after-school
tutoring session, nearly a
dozen kids from all grades


were in room 362 brushing
up on their math skills.
"Some days we'll have 15
to 20 in here," Deale said, as
he filled substantial area
of the white board with for-
mulae and solutions; he was
helping Myles and his Alge-
bra II classmate, 'Ibri Ready,
understand concepts that
were giving them problems.
Across the room, fresh-
man Kadeija Frelix was get-
ting assistance in Algebra I.
Her instructor was a fellow
student, junior DeMarkis
Wilson, one of several stu-
dent tutors who help their
peersinvarioussubjects.
"Every school has after-
school tutoring," said CHS
Principal Ed Coleman. "Ev-
ery teacher offers hours
once a week. We're doing
something a little bit differ-


Brian Hughes
'anh cirstviewbulletin.cour
Crestview High School
junior Myles Willsey may
not actually have Roland


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MATH: Mr.
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Room 362'
Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday
SCIENCE: Mrs.
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Room 245,
Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday,
Friday.
ENGLISH: Mr.
Larry Grecu,
Monday,* Tuesday,
Thursday Friday
SOCIAL
STUDIES: Ms.
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nes y,
Thursday


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Local


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Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
Inhiswelcomingremarks
at the beginning of the Oka-
loosa County gathering of
Florida League of Cities offi-
cials, Laurel Hill Mayor ]hr-
rin Campbell Jr. proudly de-
clared, "I said when I ran for
office that I wanted to take
this city into the 21st century.
.I want to put Laurel Hill on
the map. I even wore shoes
fortheoccasion!"
Citing Laurel Hill's bal-
an budgetandde n

reminded his colleagues,
who included mayors and
city council members from,
so a N evillenan
Mary Esther, among other
cities, "As politicians, we
have to find a way to balance
between what we spend and
what the taxpayers can af-
ford."
State Rep. Greg Evers,
oneoftheattendeespraised
Campbell and the city coun-
cil for working to get spend-
inginlinewith.Itsources.
"I commend the folks
here in Laurel Hill for the
job you did on your budget,"
Evers remarked. "I just
wish we could do the same
thing in Tallahassee."
The evening's speaker,
county Public Works Proj-


1
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COOPERATION: Crestview City
Councilwoman Linda Parker catches
up with a Crestview High School
classmate, Laurel Hill Mayor Ferrin
Campbell Jr., during the social hour
prior to Tuesday evening's Florida
League of Cities meeting in Laurel Hill.


FRANK FISCHBACH | Le Courier Vendden
IT'S TIME!: Students, parents and adult escorts from
Noirmoutier celebrate as they count down the days
fo departure for their two-week visit to Crestview,
which started yesterday.



Striving for the USA!

TWOnly OUng NOilm0UlfinS NOW TilUFS60y


Henson termed the pro-
cess "a promising proce-
dure," and a less expensive
process than the current
system, which involved
pumping water into a fil-
tration pond and sending it
through a series of filters.
The cleansed water will
be recycled, Henson said.
"We are actually contem-
plating taking the treated
water and watering the ball
fields that we pay $30,000 a
year to water right now," he
said.
The ultimate goal is the
termination of long-term
care and remediation for
former landfills, Henson


said. As an example, the
Laurel Hill landfill was re-
cently declared a cleared-
up site that is now a com-
munity asset.
"We are cleaning up and
we're doing the best job we
can to meet the require-
ments of the DEP" Henson
said
"We all have an obliga-
tion to protect our environ-
ment for our children and
grandchildren," Campbell
said during his closing re-
marks, noting that Ameri-
cans generate four pounds
of garbage per person per
day. "You're talking about a
lot of garbage."


ect Manager Scott Henson,
briefed the community
leaders about the county's
efforts to remediate county
landfills that have been
closed. A high level of iron
hasbeenaprobleminclean-
ing up the sites, he said. *
Partnering with the Uni-
versity of Florida, the coun-
ty has begun a promising
experimental remediation
project, called "reaeration,"
at the Niceville landfill site.
Essentiallyingineerswould
pump air underground,
forcing iron-contaminated
water to rise above the clay
layer that protects the re-
gion's drinking water.


Franckfischbach
Le Courier Vendden
Special to the (rest view News Bulletin
This is it! For more
than a year they have
been anticipating it.
Through their local sister
city committee, 20 young
Noirinoutrins took to the
sky on Thursday evening.
Next stop: their twin city
in Florida.
It is now more than
10 years sitae Crestview
and Noirmoutier were
twinned. The merger of
thetwomunicipalitieshad
been formalized May 30,
1997, with "the signing of
a charter agreement of
friendship, and was ac-
cepted under the Sister
Cities International orga-
nization," said Ren6 Re-
landeau, the Noirmoutier
sister city committee
chairman. .
An initial approach had
been under consideration
since 1995. "We received
a fax asking us to seek a
twinning with the nearby
town of Niceville," said
Relandeau. "Four cities
in Florida wanted to twin
with four cities on the
west coast of Vendde. In
May 1995, a delegation of
12 people came to meet
us."


culture, to assertively
take responsibility and
develop independence
among young people as
they acquire cultural and
linguistic concepts," ex-
plained Relandeau. "For
this trip, we developed re-
quirements: Young people.
must live in a host family
home in the U.S.A., must
take classes at the high
school and must make a
sideshow to be presented
back to our supporters."
Their visit is a trip they
have had to win, in part, by
thesweatoftheirbrow.
"If the parents were to
pay a portion of the trip, it
was important for us that
the young people became
involved in the orgamza-
tion of their journey, too,"
said Relandeau.
"Also, the young delega-
tion hashed, during a year,
compulsory courses m
American culture, worked
to raise money for their
travel, and participated
in discussions with spon-
sors," Relandeau contin-
ued, "They held sales at
the Christmas market,
sold drinks at events at
the Salorges (Noirmouti-
er's events halD, and held
a lottery... For our young
people, the objective has
been reached."


alth De t. announces
The Okaloosa C and people 6 months of age
Health Department an- and older. The other for-
nounced that the H1N1 mutation is the nasal spray
(swine flu) vaccine will be (also called IM) which
available at nearly 40 pub- is made with live weakened
lic vaccination clinics from viruses that do not cause
Nov. 3 to Dec. 5 in an effort the flu. The people eligible
to keep Okaloosa County to.get the nasal spray vac-
residents healthy. cine are healthy individuals
There is no charge for ages 2 to 49 years who are
the vaccine at any of the not pregnant. Both the flu
public clinics. H1N1 vac- shot and the nasal spray
cine will also be available vaccines are being made
at many Okaloosa doctors' the same way as the sea-
offices including pediatri- sonalvaccinesaremade.
cians, obstetricians, family Dr. Karen Chapnian,
medicine physicians, inter- M.D., d ector of the Okaloo-
nists and military medical sa County Health Depart-
facilities. Call your primary inent, reminds residents
care provider or military that the vaccine will initially
clinic to see if they are par- be distributed to popula-
ticipatirig ill the HiN1 trac- tions with the greatest risk
citation program. of developing swine flu.
TheH1N1vaccinecomes These high-risk popu-
in, two different formula- nations include: pregnant
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nel, caretakers of children
less than 6 months old,
individuals ages 25-64 with
chronic health conditions
(like asthma, diabetes,
heart disease, etc.)
If you are in one of these
populations and think you
have already had H1N1, the
vaccine is still recommend-
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highly advised to the high-
risk groups.
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That same year, a visit Two weeks. The period
to Florida by a delegation may seem a little short to
from Noirmoutier was the kids, but with many
planned, but Florida was diverse activities, the pro-
affected by a hurricane. gram put together by the
The trip was postponed two sister city committees
to Febi-uary 1996. At that looks rich.
time, 65 people from Noir- First, the Noirmoutier
moutier and the Vend6e delegation will be invited
province towns or saint- to meet formany crest-
Gilles, La'1'ranche sur Mer view Mayor David Cadle.
and Les Sables d'Olonne They will visit some city
made the journey. schools, the police station
Since its inception, the and the fire station. Young
COmmittee has increased Noirmoutrins are eagerly
eXchanges and opened waiting to attend a football
avenues to Franco-Ameri, game, a sporting event
can friendship. that will, for Noirmoutier
"In October 1997, stu- Mayor No61 Faucher, be
dents from the Force Jazz an opportunity to receive
grOup spent eight days in formally the "keys of the
FlOrida," Relandeau re- city of Crestview;"
lated. "In 1999, the com- On Sunday, young Noir-
mittee's third trip allowed moutrins will be far from
us to visit Louisiana, to be worrying about the winter
received by Gov. Mike'Fos- fast approaching, as they
ter at the state capitol. In take out their sunscreen
2001 it was 18 people from and their swimwear for a
Vend6e v(rho visited on a day on the beach on the
trip that included the op- Gulf of Mexico. There are
portunity to meet the as- many activities planned,
trobaut Jean-Louis Chrd- including an excursion
tieH at Cape CRHRVeral." to Florida Caverns ,State
Since 1996, 170 Noir- Park,.a visit the National
moutrins have gone to Museum of Naval Avia-
Florida, and 285' Ameri- tion, and a campus tour of
cans have been re- Northwest Florida. State
ceived on the- island. College in Niceville, with
For the upcoming trip, a performance by the
the committee a year ago Soundsations .show choir
proposed a trip to 20 Noir- (girls will be able to take
moutier middle school dance classes.) A day of
students. shopping at.a Silver Sands
'"I'he goals are for par- Mall is also planned, as
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crestview News Bulletin I 7


What it means to be loved by God
Someone once said, "The hardest not acceptable; people who had not performance on the infinite value
thing for us to understand is how God sacrificed anything; people who, as of persons and it confronts and '
can love all human beings with the a matter of fact, were not very good contradicts everything we1mow about
same unlimited love, while, at the people. God.
same time, loving each of them in a It didn't seem to bother Him; The landowner said to each of
totally unique way." He had continued to dine with tax the groups, "You also go into the
Every child, I suppose, wonders collectors; dishonest, treasonous vineyard." It was not so much a
how it is that parents can love misfits who worked for the good financial deal as it was a life-
more than one child equally Romans and got rich off their affirming, life-giving affirmation of
and uniquely. God loves each of own people's oppression; and their worth. The owner cares about the
us, Augustine said, as if there with prostitutes, of all people. unemployed, the marginal, the leftover
were only one of us to love. And so, one of the disciples people, more than he cares about his
"You always loved her said, "Surely Jesus, You don't profit margin. Someone once said the
more than you loved me" think as much of them as you owner cares about the ones the world
the child says, sometimes think ofus. Surely, You don't forgets, "like the left-over kids on the
in jest, sometimes in dead love them as much as you love ball field whom nobody wants on the
seriousness. REV. EUGENE us. Surely, they are not as worth team." The owner cares about the very
Phillip Gulley has written STRKKLAND as much to You as we are, after ones the world overlooks and leaves
an essay, "The Second Child," all we have done for You. Where behind.
which illustrates how parental is the fairness in this?" Most of us discover along the way
love is experienced differently by And then Jesus told them the that the best of our relationships are
different children. story: a landowner goes to the town based not so much on our wonderful
When the first child was born, square where laborers gather every attributes, but on someone else's
they had to add a room to house his. day looking for work. He hires a group patience, forgiveness, acceptance and
photography collection after three at sunrise, the official beginning of grace. Whatever standing we have
months. When a second child came, a workday. He returns to the labor with God, likewise, is not because
the only photograph was the one market at 9 a.m. and hires another we are so wonderful, hard working,
taken at the hospital; the one with group of workers. At noon and at 3 p.m. upright and righteous, but because
the scrunched up face that looks like he's back, hiring a third and fourth God somehow chose to love us.
everybody else's baby. group. And at 5 p.m., not long before John Newton, captain of an English
The first children usually have sunset, he hires a fifth group to help slave ship, was tortured by the
enormous wardrobes. Second children finish the job. dreadful slave trade he was serving.
wear "hand-me downs." First children When the time comes for the He began to read "Imitation of Christ,"
are treated like porcelain, second workers to be paid, everyone receives by Thomas a Kempis, and gradually
children like'Ibpperware. the same amount, the full amount turned to Christ on the discovery that
Gulley tells the best one: "When they negotiated for but no more, every nothing he had ever done changed
your first child drops a pacifier, you worker receiving the same amount the love of Christ for him. He became
boilit for 10 minutes. When the second of pay. Those who had worked all day an Anglican priest, and wrote a hymn
child drops a pacifier, you tell the dog complained, "You have made all the about his own life and grace.
to fetch it." other workers equal to us." Now it is We know about grace because
It is difficult to understand that not just money, it is status, position and we hunger for it and long for it and
God loves everyone equally and each personal value. "We worked all day. maybe have experienced just enough
uniquely. It is not easy to accept the They worked one hour. That's not fair." of it to know that it can save our lives .
fact that my enemies are not also And the owner responds gently by telling us that we matter- that we
God's enemies, or that the people who "Take what you have and go...Are are of value; that we are needed- that
so flagrantly abuse the standards of you envious because I am generous?" there is work for us to do that there
integrity, faithfulness and justice are The stories not an economic model, is One who loves us with an amazing
somehow loved by God, as I am. but it does dramatically overturn the steadfastness, an amazing consistency,
The disciples of Jesus had walked conventional way people think about an amazing tenacity, and truly
away from their families and jobs, God and about others. In his book, Amazing Grace.
away from the comfort of home and the "God We Never Knew," Marcus This is God's love self-giving,
routine.\They had gone hungry, slept Borg suggests that the concept of God benevolent, accepting, and not based
on the ground and been cold and that most of use received in childhood on whether or not we deserve it. How
ired. And now, at this very moment, was God as your Record Keeper, can we respond to that love? Accept '
t appears that He has decided to go Finger Pointer, Stern Judge, meting it...accept Him...place our lives in
o Jerusalem, and they're not sure out punishments, or the high school His hands...Ask Him to come into our
they'll get out alive. His enemies will principal leafing through your files and hearts because we want to love Him
be waiting for him and them. not liking what he finds. back.
They've given quite a bit, sacrificing But, God is not keeping score. He And ifwe will...He will.


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is not a celestial accountant keeping
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encouraged to come to
either show early and
browse the hundreds
of arrangements he
will have on display
and for sale. Items in-
clude Christmas trees,
wreaths, etc.
Tickets are available
from Kitchenique at
City Market, Not Just
Bagels, La Renaissance
Salon (all in Destin);
Bayou Books in Nicev-
ille; ES. Gifts in Fort-
Walton Beach; Connect
with Flowers in Shali-
mar, and the church
office, 850-650-2737.
Tickets are $10, payable
in cash or check. Door
prizes, refreshments,
and raffles are planned,

EVENTS
AWANA will be held
through May 2010 from
6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at An-
tioch Baptist Church,
4796 Antioch Road,
Crestview. Children
ages 3 and up through
high school teens are
invited to attend. For
details, call 682-4297
from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Monday through Thurs-
day.
CHRISTIAN CO.
ALITION; The Chris-
tian Coalition of Oka-
loosa County reeets
monthly.
EPIPHANY TAIL-
GATE SALES: are
held on the first Satur-
day of the month. Flmas
generated are used for
Epiphany Episcopal
Church's outreach ac-
tivities
Participants may seH
whatever the 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 Crest"
view.
BAKER FIRST
UMC SCHEDULE:
Contemporary wor-
ship is at 9 a.m. at the
church, located at locat-
ed at 5826 N. Hwy. 189,
just north of the traffic
light in Baker.
BORN TO WIN: Ra-
dio show airs every day
at 12:30 p.m. on WTJT
90.1 FM. Presented
by Northwest Florida
ChurchofGodpastored
by Carl Dillenback.
CATHOLIC RCIA:
The Rite of Christian
Initiation of Adults
(RCIA) is designed for
those seeking one or
more of the Sacraments
of Initiation; Baptism,
Confirmation, and Eu-
charist. This formation
process is the church's
approved method for
individuals to become
members of the Catho-
lic community. Sessions
are held at the Eglin
Chapel Center Annex
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
each Wednesday eve-
ning. Details: Susan
Huberty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE
COURSE: Airport
Road Church of Christ
is offering a free Bible
correspondencecourse.
Call 682-4025 for more
formation. The ra-
dio program airs Mon-
day through Saturday
at 5:45 a.m. on WAAz,
104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REV-
ELATIONS STUDY:
Each Sunday evening
at 5 p.m., the Good Hope
Congregational Church
presents the study of
the Book of Revelations.
Rev. Tommy Coleman
,will be presenting the
study and there will be
finger foods to follow
every Sunday evening.
Anyone interested may
join. Call 537-4307 for
more information.
SQUARE DANC-
ING: The New Bethel
Methodist Church
hosts square dancing


in the Fellowship Han


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

ANNOUNCEMENTS
TRUNK OR
TREAT: First Baptist
Church of Baker will
host their annual Trunk
or Treat on Saturday,
Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 p.m-
The event includes dec-
orated cars, trucks and
vans with trunks full of
goodies, including a fire
truck and police vehicle-
You will be able to vote
for your favorite trunk.
Hot dogs and drinks will
be provided and compli-
mentary photos will be
taken .again this year.
Bring the whole family.
The church will also
accept nonperishable
food donations for the
food pantry in Holt. The
church is located across
from the Baker School
Stadium. Call 537-2993
for details.
NEW HOPE HAL-
LELUJAH NIGHT:
New Hope Ministries
of Laurel Hill, Inc. will
host their 2nd Annual
Hallelujah Night on
Saturday, Oct. 31st from
6-9 p.m. There will be
a youth talent show,
games, prizes, and free
food. All are invited to.
attend. New Hope Min-
istries is located at 3820
New Ebenezer Road,
Laurel Hill. Details:
652-2588.
FALL FESTIVAL:
Live OakBaptistchurch
at 4565 Live Oak Church
Road in Crestview will
host its fall festival Oct.
31 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Free, family fun events
include a space walk,
fishing pond, bean bag
toss, cake walk, face
painting and many oth-
er activities. There will
be candy and prizes for
everyone. Details, 682-
5160.
BOOTHS ARE
AVAILABLE: Ten-foot
spaces .are available
for $10 at the Sale on
Circle Saturday, Nov.
7, a fund raiser for the
St. Agatha's Episco-
pal Church Preserva-
tion Flmd, in DeFlmiak
Springs. Details: 892-
5610 or 830-7663.
COFFEE HOUSE
LIVE: Coffee House
Live, the quarterly
open-mic event spon-
sored by Unitarian Uni-
versalist Fellowship of
the Emerald Coast, is
scheduled for Satur-
day, Oct. 24 from 7 to
10:30 p.m. UUFEC Fel-
lowship Hall is located
at the corner of North
Bayshore Drive and
John.Sims Pkwy in Val-
paraiso.
Everyone is encour-
aged to participate.
Read yohr poetry, sing,
dance, play a musical
instrument, do stand-
up comedy. There will
be special pre-Hallow-
een songs and treats so
come in costume if you
like.
Photographs by
award winning photog-
rapher Jane Montgom-
ery will also be exhibited
during the coffeehouse.
They are available for
purchase at the event.
Donations accepted at
the door and food and
drinks will be sold. For
details on performing
at the Coffee House call
Dave at 217-8481.
DECORATING
SHOWCASE: St. An-
drew's by the Sea Epis-
copalChurchat307Har-
bor Blvd. (U.S. Highway
98) in Destin will be the '
siteof the Destin Holi-
day Floral Showcase on
Tuesday, Oct. 27. Kirby
Holt, AIFD, will demon-
strate the art of making
beautiful holiday floral
arrangements and pr-
namentsforyourhothe.


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The Rev. Gene Strickland is


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8 Cresiview News Bulletin


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CIRSsifieds


1100
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis.
traction at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East.
Crestview, FL*
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding, or Shallmar
(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 Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL>
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
pnor to the proceeding.
10/24/09
10/31/09

Legal # 100903
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL AC-
TION
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR SASCO
2005-WF4, Plaintiff,
CASE NO.:
46-2008-CA-004528
VS. DIVISION:
WILLIAM GRADY et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
October 16 2009
and entered in Case
N O .
46-2008-CA-004528 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
FOR SASCO
2005-WF4, is the Plain-
tiff and WILLIAM
GRADY; BARBARA
LISCHER; ANY AND.
ALL UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES CLAIMING BY.
THROUGH, UNDER.
AND AGAINST THE
HEREIN NAMED INDI-
V I D U A L
DEFENDANTS) WHO
ARY NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
AS SPOUSE, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANT-
EES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS: are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
CRESTVIEW: _SOUTH
FRONT DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 23
day of Nov., 2009, the
following described
property as set foith in
said Final Judgment:

LOT 24, BLOCK 8,
BEL-AIR ADDITION
TO FORT WALTON
BEACH, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF; AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 56, OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
A/K/A 158 RAINBOW
DRIVE NW; FORT
WALTON BEACH, FL
32548




the date of the LIs
Peridens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
the Csea of this


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in accordance with,
the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to par-
ticepatne ishotu d,
tact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
gaty boulevard EaF8t'
32536-3515; tele-
phone number (850)
689-5000, ExtensIon
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
in accordance with


the Americans with
Disabilities Act, per-
sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
mmoda onth pi.
exceeding should con-
tact Court Ad minIs.
traction at 1250 N.
Egiln Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior
totheproceeding.


number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding, or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ifies 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.
10/17/2009
10/24/2009

LEGAL#120400
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462008CA001199
FILE NO:F08011835
INDYMAC BANK,
F.S.B.,
Plaintiff
vs.
CHRIST 0 PHER
EILERTSEN, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
October 14, 2009 and
entered in Case NO.
46-2008-CA-001199 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judi.cial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein INDYMAC
BANK, FS.B., is the
Plaintiff and CHRISTO-
PHER EILERTSEN;
BANK OF AMERICA,
N.A.; are the Defend-
ants, I will sell to the
highest and best bid-
der for cash at CREST-
VIEW: SOUTH FRONT
DOOR OF THE
OKALOOSA COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 17th
day of November,
2009, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth in said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 105, DURANGO
WINDS, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 16, PAGES() 6,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS* OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA.
A/K/A 130 DURANGO
ROAD #105, DESTIN,
FL 32541
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 October 19,
2009.
Don W Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Cout

By:Vicki Jackson
Deputy Clerk .
Florida Default Law
Group, P.L
RO.Box25018
T3FM 618 Florida
IMPORTANT
in accordance with the
Americans pwiiho Disa -
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traction at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestview, FL,
3253b6-3515; telephone
689-5000, Extension

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1100 |
Any person claiming
an Interest in the sur-
plus 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 October 19,
2009-
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

By: Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
38622-5018
FO7045511-NMNC-CONV-
B-cfordham
**See Americans with
Disabilkies Act**
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 Jarnes
Lee Boulevard East*
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
deeding. or Shalimer
(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 Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497.
prior to the proceeding-
10/24/09
10/31/09

Legal # 100901
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRSTJUDICIALCIR-
CUlT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSACOUNW
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CITIGROUP GLOBAL
MARKETS REALTY
CORPORATION, .
PM, CASE
NO.: 2007 CA

DIVISION:
H E A T H E R
CZAJKOWSKI NKlA
HEATHER HARNESS
CZAJKOWSKIetals
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RE" .
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
October 14, 2009 and
entered in Case NO. -
2007 CA 003359 of the
Circuit Court of .the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein CITIGROUP
GLOBAL MARKETS
REALTY CORPORA-
TION, is theH Is n
CZAJKOWSKI A/K/A
HEATHER HARNESS.
C ZA J K O WSK I;
tSUNTDeTndaBANK are



e oO e igrhC
COURTHOUSE at
11:00AM, on the 17 day
of November, 2009, the

fpo i as sed ocr
said Final Judgment:

T R
BLUEWATER BAY

TR DE O T


N LUOBR
A/K/A 9 BALMORAL
DRIVE, NICEVILLE, FL
32578

Any person claiming
an interest in the sur"
plus 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)
daysafterthesale*
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on October 19,
2009.
Don W. Howard
Clerk of the'Circuit
Court
By:Viki Jackson
Deputy Clerk
Publish in Crestview
News Bulletin
Invoice To:
Florida Default Law
Group, RL.
RO. Box 25018 Florlda
mp


33 22 018
FO7024403-NMNC-CONV-
B-clordham
**See Americans with
Disabilkies Act**
IMPORTANT
in accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accorhmoda-
tion ,to participate In


[_ 1100
may be entered a
you for the relie
handed in the
plaint.
WITNESS MY F
AND SEAL 0
COURT on this 2
of October
2009.
As Clerk of said Cou
B y:Beth McDonald
As Deputy Clerk

Copy furnished to:
A copy of this
of Action, Com
and Us Pendens
sent to
abo ve na
Defendants) at
last known address
This Is an attem
collect a debt. A
formation ob
will be used fo
purpose. (19676.13
10/24/09
10/31/09
LEGAL#120391
IN THE CIRCU
COURT OF TH
FIRST JUDICIAL
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COU
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION C
NO:46-2009-CA-00
FILE NO:FO9075
THE BANK OF
YORK MELLON
THE BANK OF
YORK AS TRU
FOR THE CE
CATEHOLD
CWALT, INC. A
NATIVE
LOAN TRUST
5 3 T 2, M 0 RT G
PASSTHROUGH
TIFICATES, S
2005-53T2'
Plaintiff*

vs
REBECCA
JONES, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: REBECCA
JONES '
LAST KNOWN
DRESS: 4 9
Lower Roswell
Siaite 27 Mariett
30068
CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL
KNOWN PA
CLAIMING
THROUGH, U
AND AGAINST
HEREIN NAMED
V I D U
DEFENDANTS)
ARE NOT KNOW
BE DEAD OR
WHETHER SAID
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIM AN INT
AS SPOUSE,
DEVISEES, G
EES, OR O
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN
DRESS: U N
KNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NO
that an action to
close a mortgage
the following pr
in OKALOOSA C
Florida:
APARTMENT UNI
A308 OF CA
CLUB CONDOM
A CONDOMINIUM
CORDING TO
DECLARATION,
NDOMIN
CORDED IN OF
RECORDS -
1279, PAGE 135
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otherwise a defau
be entered against
for the relief dem
in the Complaint
tition.
This notice sha
published once
week for two c
utive weeks in
t(kestview News
WITNESS my han
the seal of this
t2hds 6 day of
DonW.Howard
Clerk of the Court

By:Anta Cantrall
As Deputy Clerk
Florida Default
Group, RL.
RO.Box25018
Tampa,
33622-5018


IMPORTANT '
in accordance wit
Americans with D
ities Act, persons
disabilities n
special accoln
tion to participa
this proceeding
contact Court Ad
traction sit 101
Lee Soulevard .
Crestylew,
32536-3515; tele


__] | 1100
against number (850)
f de- 689-5000, Extension
Com- 7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar
(850) 651-7497
HSAAND IMPORTANT
1 day In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Ities Act, persons with
disabilities needing
rt special accommoda-
tion to participate in
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N., Eglin
Notice Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
plaint 32579; telephone num-
were ber (850) 651-7497/
the prior to the proceeding.
med
the 10/17/2009
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trained
r that IN THE CIRCUIT
39) COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUlT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
IT NO:2007-CA-978-S
E FILE NO:FO7004670
CIR-
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff
NTY, '

ASE vs.
5107
222
JAMES G. TUCKER, et
NEW al,
FKA Defendant(s).
NEW
STEE NOTICE OF RE-
RTIFl- SCHEDULED FORE-
E'R S CLOSURE SALE
LTER-
NOTICE IS HEREBY
2005- GIVEN pursuant to an
AGE Order Rescheduling
CER- Foreclosure Sale dated
ERIES October 5, 2009 and
entered in Case NO.
2007-CA-978-S of the
Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
RUTH w h e r e i n
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
is the Plaintiff and
JAMES G. TUCKER;
JUDY TUCKER; MORT-
GAGE ELECTRONIC
RUTH REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS INCORPO-
AD- RATED, AS NOMINEE
9 4 FOR SECURED FUND-
Road ING CORR; REGIONS
a, Ga BANK SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO
AMSOUTH BANK; are
S: the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
UN- SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
RTIESOF CLERK'S FRONT
BY, DOOR OF SHALIMAR
NDER' ANNEX at 11:00AM, on
THE the 2nd day of Novem-
INDI- ber, 2009, the following
A L described property as
WHO set forth in said Final
N TO Judgment:
ALIVE, LOT 2, BLOCK 5,
UN- BEL-AIR ADDITION TO
MAY FORT WALTON
EREST BEACl-1, FLORIDA, AC-
HEIRS, CORDING TO THE
RANT- PLAT THEREOF AS
THER RECORDED IN PI.AT
BOOK 2, PAGESS, 56,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
AD- ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 109 HUMMING-
BIRD AVENUE NW,
S: FORT WALTON, FL
32548
Any person claiming an
TIFIED interest in the surplus
fore- from the sale, if any,
e on other than the property
operty owner as of the date of
ounty' the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
T NO' (60) days after the sale. ,
BANA WITNESS MY HAND
NIUM, and the seal of this
AC- Court on October 8,
THE 2009.
OF
I UREM qkW. wat e Circuit
FACIAL Court


1100
IRON PIPE BEING
THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF LAND
a SOLD *TO KAN-FLA
LUMBER CO.;
THENCE DEPARTING
SAID R/W PROCEED
si N iles NORTH 00 DEGREES
1120 Public Notices/ 00 MINUTES 00 SEC-
Announcements ONDS EAST ALONG
1125 Carpools & SAID EAST LUMBER
Rideshare COMPANY LINE A
1130 Adoptionds DISTANCE OF 135.89
P penaiss FEET TO THE POB;
1160 Lost THENCE CONTINUE
1170 Found NORTH 00 DEGREES
00 MINUTES 00 SEC-
* ONDS EAST A DIS-
1100 TANCE OF 22.00
FEER THENCE DE-
Lejal # 100899 PARTING SAID EAST
LINE, PROCEED
IN TiIE CIRCUIT NORTH 88 DEGREES
COU(IT OF THE 46 MINUTES 14 SEC-
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR. ONDS EAST A DIS-
CUIT TANCE OF 207.14
IN AND FOR FEET; THENCE FIRO-
OKALOOSA COUNTY CEED SOUTH 82 DE-
FLORIDA GREES 43 MINUTES
CIVIL ACTION .23 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 208.71
BAC HOME LOANS FEET TO THE AFORE-
.SERVICING, LP FKA MENTIONED EAST
COUNTRY Y WIDE LINE OF KAN-FLA
HOME LOANS SERV. LUMBER CO AND
ICING LP, THE POB. ALL BEING
Plaintiff, TOGETHER WITH
AND SUBJECT TO. A
CASE NO.: 20 FOOT WIDE
46-2009-CA-005330 INGRESS / EGRESS
vs. EASEMENT, BEING
DIVISION: 10.00 FEET ON EACH
SIDE OF THE FOL-
JAMES MICHAEL LOWING DESCRIBED
BLOWERS A/K/A CENTERLINE COM-
JAMES M. BLOWERS MENCE AT THE
, et al, SOUTHWEST COR-
Defendant(s). NER OF THE SOUTH-
EAST QUARTER OF
THE SOUTHWEST
NOTICE OF ACTION QUARTER OF SEC-
TO: TION 33 TOWNSHIP 3
EVA JOHNSON NORTH, RANGE 25
LAST KNOWN AD- WEST, THENCE PRO-
DRESS: 4 6 1 6 CEED NORTH 00 DE-
Short Bud Drive. GREES 00 MINUTES
Holt, FI 32564 00 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 131.60
CURRENT ADDRESS: FEET TO THE NORTH
UNKNOWN LINE OF THE L AND N
RAILROAD RIGHT OF
ANY AND ALL UN. WAY; THENCE PROT
KNOWN PARTIES CEED NORTH 82 DE*
CLAIMING BY, GREES 45 MINUTES
THROUGH, UNDER, 36 SECONDS EAST
AND AGAINST THE ALONG SAID RIGHT
HEREIN NAMED INDI. OF WAY 628.55 FEET
V I D U A L TO THE POINT OF
DEFENDANTS) WHO BEGINNING; THENCE
ARE NOT KNOWN TO DEPARTilkG SAID
BE DEAD OR ALIVE, RIGHT-OF-WAY PRO-
WHETHER SAID UN- CEED NORTH 41 DE-
KNOWN PARTIES GREES 54 MINUTES
MAY CLAIM AN IN- 20 SECONDS WEST A
TEREST AS SPOUSE, DISTANCE OF 66.05
HEIRS, DEVISEES, FEET; THENCE PRO-
GRANTEES, OR CEED NORTH 26 DE-
OTHER CLAIMANTS GREES 43 MINUTES
20 SECONDS WEST A
LAST KNOWN AD.. DISTANCE OF 85.52
DRESS: U N FEET TO THE SOUTH-
KNOWN EAST CORNER OF
THE PARCEL DE-
CURRENT ADDRESS: SCRIBED IN OFFI-
UNKNOWN CIAL RECORDS
BOOK 2593, PAGE
4583 OF THE PUBLIC
YOU ARE NOTIFIED RECORDS OF
that an action to fore. OKALOOSA COUNTY,
close a mortgage on FLORIDA; THENCE
the following property PROCEED NORTH 00
in OKALOOSA County, DEGREES 00 MIN'
Florida: UTES 01 SECONDS
WEST ALONG THE
FIRST BEGIN AT EAST LINE OF SAID
SOUTHWEST COR- PARCEL A DISTANCE
NRR OF SOUTHEAST OF 168.83 FEET TO
1/4 OF SOUTHWEST THE NORTHEAST
1/4, SECTION 33 CORNER OF SAID
TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, PARCEL: AND THE
RANGE 25 WEST, TERMINUS OF SAID
THENCE RUN NORTH EASEMENT. *
131.6 FEET TO
NORTH SIDE OF' L has been filed against
AND N RAILROAD you and you are re.
RIG H T- OF WA Y, quired to serve a copy
THENCE RUN EAST. of your written de-
WARD ON SAID senses, if any, on or
RIG H T OF WA Y before 11-23-09, on
336.56 FEET TO AN Florida Default Law
IRON PIPE SET IN Group, RL., Plaintiffs
THE GROUND, IT BE. attorney, whose ad-
ING THE SOUTHEAST dress is 9119 Corpo-
CORNER OF LAND rate Lake Drive, Suite
SOLD TO KAN-FLA, 300, Tampa, Florida
LUMBER CO. USING 33634, and file the orig-
THIS AS POB, inal with this Court ei-
NR EWARD RON tP ntibe oreaHsoer ce
AND WITH THE EAST immediately thereafter;
BOUNDARY OF SAID otherwise a default will
COMPANY'S LAND be entered against you
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| 1100
Legal # 100891
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA CASE NO:
2009-CA-00046-S
CRY OF FORT WAL.
TON BEACH, FLORIDA
a Florida Municipal
Corporation,
Plaintiff,
and
LESLIE A. ANDERSON
and Whitney National
Bank, successor by
merger to Destin Bank, ,
and Any and all Un.
known Parties Claiming
By, Through, Under,
And Against These
Named Indwidual De-
fendants, Who Are Not
Known To Be Dead Or
AliveWhether Said Un.
known Parties May
Claim An Interest As
Spouses, Heirs, Elevi-
sees, Grantees, Or
Other Claimants, and
Jane and John Doc,
Occupants
Defendant
NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURI SALE
NOTICE is hereby .
given that undersigned
Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Okaloosa
County, Florida, will on
the Sth 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 (glin 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",
SeebreezeFirstAddi-
tion, according to plat
thereof, as recorded in
Plat Book 2, page 55 0f
the Public Records of
Okaloosa County, Flor-
-ida and any mobile
home, fixture and im.
provement located on
saidproperty.
pursuant to the Final
JudgmentofForecio-
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 the forecto-
suresaleotherthan
the property owner as
of the date of the Lis ,
Pendensmustfilea
claim on same with the
CleikofCourtwRhin60 <
days after the fore.
closresale.
WITNESS my hand
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 # 100900

CNOUHRETC CHE
FIRST JUIUICIAL CIR-
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
*FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION




Plaintiff, CASE
NO." 2007 CA
005286
ON* DIVI -
*


LeL aMot(sW. CULP, et


C ECUDUEL E FO


rCE pu eEdRu
Foreclosure Sale dated
October 14, 2009 and
entered in Case NO.
2007 CA 05286 of the
Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
in and for OKALOOSA
County, BA Florida
wherein US NK NA"
T NAL AS R %AE
FOR CSFB HOME EQ-
UITY ASS e Pl7n
2006- ILI1AM W. CULP;
('HINESA CULP; are
the Defendants, I will
I tbid rh hestshan
CRESTVIEW: SOUTH
,FRONTDOOROFTHE
OO LR SE COU
11:0NDAM, on the 17 ay
foollo member, ribed
wing forth
property as set in
said Final Judgment:
LOTS1THROUGM
CLU B


2 O RIS D
ONPLATACCORDI
AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE
133 IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF
CIRCUIT COURT'
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 702 LEE AVE
NUE, CRESTVIEW, FL
32539


| 1100
Legal # 100002
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNg
FLORIDA FAMILY
LAW DIVISION CASE
NO.: 2009 DR 000201
S
IN RE: The Marriage
of:
Elenanor HALE
(Vivero)
Petitioner/ Wife '
and
Ranllo Deana RINOS
Respondent/ Husband
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: RANILO RINOS:
Brgy Comatin Javier
Leyte, Philippines 6511
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
Thatan action has
been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your
written defenses,.if any, 0
to 4 on Eleanore Hale, ,
whose address is Rich-
ard Alviod, Attorney for
Petitioner, 356 West
Nine MIle Rd. Pensa-
cola, Florlda 32534 on
or before 12/01/2009,
and file the original with
the clerk of this Court
at 1250 North Eglin
Parkway, Shallmar,
Florida 32579 before
service on Pethioner or
Immediately thereafter.
if you fall to do so, de-
fault may be entered
against you for the re.
Ilef demanded in the
petition.
CopIes of all court
documents in this
case, including
ordersare avaIlable at
the Clerk of the CIr.
cult Court's office.You
may review these
documents upon re.
quest.
You must keep the.
Clerk of the Circuit
Court'sofficenotified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
,Address, Rorida Su-
preme Court Ap.
proved Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit
willbemalledtothe.
address on record at
the clerk'p office.
Dated 10/20/09
DON W. HOWARD,
CLERK OF COURTS
By: Anita Cantrall
Deputy Clerk '
10/24/09
10/31/09
11/07/09
11/14/09

Legal # (00904
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURTOFTHE1ST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA.
. CASE No.
46-2000-CA-004768
LASALLE BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE
FOR MORGAN STAN-
LEY MORTGAGE
LOAN TRUST
2007-14AR.
Plaintiff
vs.
SMITH, III, EUGENE R..
0 CDEe d ON
.
TO:
ENE R SMIT2




SO 8 E 2
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DESTINY, FL 3254

UEDARthEatHEREB nNO
foreclose a mortgage

dei aloo
County, Florida
certa c



Sera Con m nium,
ec deCo 0
claI Record Book
1295, Page 1746.
through 1858, as
amended by Amend-
ment to Declaration of
said Condominium re-
corded In 0.R. Book
1307 at pages 1365
through 1384, of the
public records of
Okaloosa County,
Florida; together with
anna dtivl d cl emest
elements as da'<
ascribed In said Decla-
roeno, appurtenant
Cordance with and
subject, however, to
all of the provisions of
the asild Declaration
of Condominium of
Sealoft, a Condomin-
lum.
has been filed against
you, an you are re-
quired to serve a copy
ou written d


f ns a t
action, on Peenspoon
Murder, RA., Default
Department, Attorneys
for Plaintiff, whose ad-
dress. Is Trade Centre
South, Sulte 700, 100
West Cypress Creek
Road, Fort Lauderdale,
FL 33309 and the file
original with the Clerk.
on or before December
2 2009; otherwise a
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Legal # 100888
IN THE CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA

1 CASE NOMO9- R-50824
RAYMOND
DESMARAIS
Pethioner/ Husband,
and
ERIN J. DESMARIAS
Respondent/ Wife.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Erin J. Desmarais,
whose last known a -
2 ach Boulevard,
oxT S739531
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that a Petition for Dis-
solution of Marriage
ha on filed against
uired to serve ac
f d opy
fens nto on
tm th we At-
tioner whose address



o inal t1he cleNk of
,
Eglin Parkway;
Shalimar, Florida 32579
be reserve oorn eor
immediately thereafter
if you fail to do do, a
default may be en-
tered against you for
the relief demanded in
the petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this
rd liable
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
DC
1
10-24-09
10-31-09 .
LEGAL# 20404
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE


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BAKER -- By all accounts, it has
been a successful season for the
Baker volleyball team.
The Gators opened the season
winning their first 11matches be-
fore falling to District 1-2A rival
Freeport on Oct. 13,
Baker suffered another loss to
Class 5A Crestview on Monday.
But with one match remaiag
in the regular season, the Cators
were l3-2andwereinafirst-place
tie with Freeport in the district
standings with a 7-1 record.
The Gators, who are looking
for their seventh straight dis-
trict championship, enter next
week's District 1-2A tournament
at Northview as the No. 1 seed by
virtue of winning a coin toss with
the Bulldogs.
The tournament gets under
way Monday with No. 4 seed Pen-


sacold Christian playing No. 5
seed Jay.
Action continues 'Itaesday as
the Gators take on the winner of
PCA-Jay at 4 p.m. 'Iburnament
host Northview, the No. 3 seed,
will meet Freeport at 6 p.m. The
championship is scheduled for
6:30 p.m. Thursday.
Baker's task seems simple
enough: Win Tuesday, and ad-
vance to.the finals and a bid in
the state tournament. Losepand
for the first time in more than a
decade, stay home for the post-
season,
"I'm feeling pi'etty good (about
the tournament)," Gator coach
Lisa Roy said. "We just recently
had our only two losses of the
season, and anytime you lose to-
ward the end of the season, you
are concerned.
"There are some things we
need to work ork, but I feel good
going into it. I still feel like we


have a great chance to win dis-
trict again this year if we play our
game."
Roy isn't overlooking anybody
in the district tournament.
"Northview is still a contend-
er; I wouldn't count them out,"
she said. "PCA has always been
scrappy, and they never give up.
So I don't think any team should
.be underestimated."
Roy has tried to play as many
top teams as she could schedule
during the season and hopes the
tough matches will pay dividends
over the next few weeks.
"I think it (playing bigger
teams) will help a lot," she said.
"I tried to get some of those big-
ger teams, but they couldn't fit us
in their schedule. .
"When you play better teams,
you get better. So I think it's an
advantage playing harder teams
even though you risk having
some losses on that record."


the girls I have, while they
might not be big hitters
like Alicia, they've got the
skill sets that other teams
have to respect them.
The improved play at
the net, coupled with the
continual improvement of
setter Jacey Sanders with
her passing, have the Bull-
dogs playing their best ball
of the year.
"Our passing has been
better and our blocking is
getting better," Kimbrough
said. "I think our hitters
are consistent when they
are set up right, and Jacey
has worked hard on her
sets."
Kimbrough wopld love
to see his team pull off the
upset and advance to finals
against either Fort Walton
Beach or Mosley, but he
won't be disappointed in
his players if they compete
hard when playing Nicev-
ille.
"I'll be happy as long as
they do their best and go in
there not thinking they are
beat already," he said.


Randy Dickson ,
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
CRESTVIEW It has been
a growing. year for the
Crestview volleyball team
under first-year coach Ben (
Kimbrough. ..3.. .
The Bulldogs struggled g', -
early in the season and
have played better down
the stretch. But it remains
to be seen how much their _
improvement will help as T _
they open play in the Dis-
trict 2-5A tournament at
Niceville on Tuesday,
Crestview is the No.
4 seed in the district and
thus draws host and No. 1 ANN SPANN | CrestviewNews Bull
seed Niceville, which en- TO THE NET: Jacey Sanders and Anne Hooper go to
ters the tournament on a the net for the Lady Bulldogs.
roll. The Eagles improved .
to 23-0 on Tuesday with a he said of Niceville. "I find morrientum up and took
win over Choctawhatchee. it's less stressful for me be- fourth set. Even though
Kimbrough doesn't try cause Iknow we have noths lost, that should prove
to sugarcoat the challenge ing to lose. We just have to my girls that they can p
the Bulldogs face when put it all out on the court.. with them."
taking on the Eagles in the "Thefirsttime we played For much of the s
7 p.m. match. them at their house, my son, opposing teams co
"They are a strong team girls came out and played key on outside hitter
all around, and they don't hard and took the third set. cia Dukes, but down
really have any weakness," Niceville then turned the stretch she had some h


at the net fr6m Monique
Thurman and others.
Thurman didn't play
volleyball last year while
concentrating on basket-
ball, and it has taken her
a large part of the year to
regain her consistency as
a hitter,
"Whe's (Thurman) play-
ing a lot smarter than she
was at the beginning of the
season," Kimbrough said.
"When she is relaxed, she
hits the ball really well."
Kimbrough cited sever-
al other players as taking
some pressure off Dukes
at the net.
"I've got a good enough
base of players that can hit
the ball," he said. "Lauren
Estep is tiny she's only
5-foot-4 or 5-5 but she
can hit the ball well. When
Rachel Johnson goes up to
the net, she has a great set
of hands and knows where
to place the ball.
"Anna Hooper, when
she is in the middle, she's
another player that can
put it away. I think all of


afols

SCHEDULE
Today
High school cross country
Crestview at Panhandle
Championships, Marianna,
8 a.m.
Tuesday
High school volleyball
District 1-IA tournament,
Laurel Hill vs. Central, at
Rocky Bayou Christian,4 p.m.
District I-2A tournament,
Baker vs.winner of Pensacola
Christian/Jayat Northview,
4 p.m. .
District 2-4A tournament,
Crestview vs.Nicevilleat
Niceville, 6 p.m.
Freshmen football
Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, 6 p.m.

A Night for James
fundraiser
Culture ShockWrestling
will host a wrestling
fundraiser Saturday, Oct
31,at the Mossy Head
Community Center on
U.S. Highway 90 East.All
proceeds from the event will
help with medical costs for
6-year-old James Rimmer,
who has a malfunctioning
pacemaker.
Cost is $8 per person,
which children II and
younger getting in free.
Doors open at 7 p.m.for
the 8 p.m.event. Featured




Free Halloween candy.
Traveling Eagles
baseball
The Traveling Eagles
Spring 2010 Registration
is now open for baseball
players who are league ages
8-14 at ww .travelingeagles
com.The Eagles are the
premier travel ball program
in the area dedicated to
the development of youth
as more than just the best
baseball players.TheTraveling
Eagles have arranged for the
strongest coaching lineup in
the area consisting of former
MLB playersformer college
coaches and high school
coaches.The Eagles won 18
tournament championships'
during 2009.There is no
registration or tryout fee.
You can also call Mike
Wells at 897-2293 for more
Information.
YMCA coach call
The Crestview Famiby
YMCA needs coaches and
referees for flag football and
fall soccer. Apply through
Nov. 14 at theYMCA at 298
N.Wilson St.in Crestview.
Call Glenn Scott at 689-2999
for more details-
Bridgeway hosts
charity golf tourney

didgee terceeds

a pkon tsae corne h pe
Crisis Center victims and the
17,000 Senior Services Meals
on Wheelson Nov.7 at The
Golf Club at Bluewater Bay
Resort.The entry fee is $75
per person or $300 per four.
man team; lunch is included.
Corporate sponsorships are
available for $1,000, team
sponsorships for $500 and
hole sponsorships for $150.
The entry deadline is Oct.30.
The format will be four.
person, best-ball scramble.
Registration will begin at 8
a.m.with a 9 a.m.shotgun
start.There are four hole-
in-one prizes, including a
2009ToyotaYaris valued at
$12,000,courtesy of Quality
Imports.
Entry forms are available
online at www.bridgeway
Anter.0rg/golf.pdf and at all
Bridgeway Center locations
in Fort Walton Beach and
Crestview. For more
information, call Donna
Morgantournament
coordinatorat 833-3975/
3976.You may fax applications
to 833-9377.


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LAUREL HILL It has been an up-
and-down year for the Laurel Hill
volleyball team.
At times, the Hoboes have played
well. And there have been other
times .that they haven't played well
at all.
Some of the problems have to
do with them being a young team.
There also has been a string of inju-
ries that kept key.players out of the
lineup at various times and' didn't
allow the team to develop the chem.-
istry so badly needed for success on
the court.
All of the hardship will be forgot-
ten if the Hoboes phty well in next
week's District 1-1A tournament at
Rocky Bayou Christian in Niceville.
Laurel Hill, the No. 3 seed in the
tournament with a 2-4 district re-
cord, opens tournament play against
No. 3 seed Central at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Rocky Bayou, the No. 1 seed, plays
No. 4 seed Bethlehem at 6 p.m. Tues-
day.
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Tuesday will meet Thursday at 6 p.m.

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matched teams," Hobo coach Kent.
Zessin said. "We split with them
(during the regular season).
"They beat us over here, and we
beat them over there. They beat us
in three (sets) here, and we. beat
them in three over there. It's going
to be which team shows up mentally
that wins that one; physically, I think
we are evenly matched."
Zessin said the host Knights are
the team to beat in the tournament
with their 6-0 district record.
"They have a couple of girls that
played for Niceville last year that
have really helped them out," he
said. "Plus Lisa (RBCS coach Lisa
Eaves) does a great job of coaching
that team. And they have real good
chemistry.
"We would have a real tough bat-
t1e to try and beat them (in the finals
if the Hoboes beat Central). For us to
beat them would be a real upset."
Zessin knows there are no guar-
antees that the Hoboes will win the
rubber match of the season with
Central. As for how they will do in
the tournament, he said it all comes
down to the players' mindset.
"It's been a rocky year," he said.
"It doesn't matter where we play.
"If we show up and feel like we
are mentally ready, we play well. If
we don't show up mentally, we don't
play well."


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