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FATALITY ON 1-10


Photos by NICK TOMECEK I Florida Freedom Newspapers
A Crestview man died Wednesday night in a wreck on Interstate 10 after the dump truck he
was'driving, above, struck an overpass between Holt and Cresiview. ,,


Crestview man dies in crash
Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com


A Crestview man died in a
Wednesday evening wreck that
shut down Interstate 10 between
Crestview and Holt.
The Florida Highway Patrol
identified the deceased as Troy
A. Logah, 62, who was eastbound
on the interstate when the dump
truck he was driving struck the
Wilkerson Bluff Road overpass
shortly after 6 p.m.
The bed of the dump truck
was in the up position when it
struck the bottom of the bridge,
gouging out large pieces of
concrete, according to an FHP
press release. The dump bed
was ripped from the truck, and
the mangled frame came to a
rest on the south side of the in-
terstate.'
"It was so loud, two of my
neighbors *said 'they thought
it was thunder," Steve Creech
said of the noise made by the
impact.
Creech lives on Wilkerson
Bluff Road about a mile south of
the interstate.
Concrete from the damaged'
bridge littered the interstate af-
ter the accident. Fearing for the
structural integrity of the bridge,
emergency crews shut down all


The bed of a dump truck was ripped from this tractor-trailer
frame in an:accident Wednesday night on Ilterstate 10.


four lanes of traffic between the
Crestview and Holt exits.
Traffic was diverted to U.S.
Highway 90.
The bridge on Wilkerson
Bluff Road was also shut down,
and residents were forced to
take back roads to get to their
homes.
Many residents living in the
Hawks Ridge and Indian Springs
subdivisions south of the inter-
state were not aware the bridge
had closed until they attempted
to cross it on their way to work
Thursday morning.


"I bet I've seen 25 cars drive
up to the bridge and have to turn
back around," Creech said the
morning after the accident.
The bridge has since re-
opened but will require an esti-
mated $800,000 in repairs to two
support beams, Florida Depart-
ment of Transportationi spokes-
man Tommie Speights said.
"The first beam has to be
removed and replaced," 'Spei-
ghts said. "The second'can be
repaired."
See CRASH 3


A Valentine from Vietnam

Poem still touches Crestview woman's heart 43 years later -


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
T hey had been married
only 14 days when a
bus departed from the
Crestview Greyhound station
and took Larry A. Campbell
away from his bride, Angela,
and off to Montgomery, Ala.,
and from there, to fight in
Vietnam. After a three-year
courtship that had begun
at Crestview High School,
the Army took Larry from
Angela's arms.
The CHS Class of '64 grad


had been a football hero for'
the Bulldogs. On Aug. 13,
1966, in the First Baptist
Church chapel, he married
his high school
INSIDE sweetheart,
Read the Angela Wadford,
who had
poem on graduatedjust
A3 a few months
earlier. During
the interim two years,
Larry Campbell worked for
Monsanto in Pensacola. But
then came the fateful notice
from the Army.
The young couple would


be separated for a year,
but they wrote to each
other daily. During the
Vietnam War, e-mails
and cell phones, I
which keep today's -
troops in regular, 1
instantaneous
contact with their
families back home. just
didn't exist.
"Soldiers today can't
even imagine how it was,"
Angela said "The only
thing we'd get is a letter in
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CITY OF CRESTVIEW








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member

Chip Wells resigning
from District 1 seat
Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
Members of the Crestview City
Council will appoint a new member to
serve on the District 1 seat to replace
outgoing council member Chip'Wells.
Monday night, Chip Wells unex-
pectedly resigned effective Feb. 28. '
"Recent events in my personal life
have increased demands on my time
and attention," Wells wrote in his res-
ignation letter. "These events have
diminished the time I amiable to de-
vote to my duties as a council mem-
ber. I have tried to work through this
during the last six'months, however,
the amount of time and attention I am
able to give to city business continues
to decrease."
Wells represents District 1, which
encompasses East Crestview.
City Clerk Janice Young has seven
days after Wells' Feb. 28 resignation
date to file a public notice of intent to
fill the vacant seat.
See COUNCIL 3


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
The Crestview City Council will
appoint a new member to replace
council member Chip Wells, who is
pictured here. Wells has resigned
effective Feb. 28.


Angela Bradley
displays the
F lettered,
ornamented
and framed
poem her,
first husband,
Larry
Campbell,
wrote her
while he
was serving
in the Army in
Vietnam.
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Saturday, February 13, 2010


BOY SCOUTS



Another Eagle soars in Crestview
91retve


Thomas Carrico
promoted. at
Court of Honor
Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
On Feb. 6, Thomas Car-
rico, 17, the son of Paulina
and Kelly Carrico, raised
his right hand and, as he
has done countless times in,
his life, swore on his honor
that he would do his best
to do his duty to God and
his country and to obey the
Scout Law; to help other
people at all times; and to
keep himself, physically
strong, mentally awake and
morally straight.
But this time, the Boy
Scout Oath took on special
significance, as Thomas
was reciting "it at his Ea-
gle Scout Court of H6nor.
Shortly thereafter, regional
Scouting officials ceremoni-
ouslyremovedhis Troop 773
neckerchief and replaced it
with an Eagle Scout's blue
neckerchief trimmed in red,
white and gold.
The elevation to Scout-
ing's highest rank also ad-
vanced.Thomas to an en-
viable pantheon in which
Crestview's Boy Scouts
excel, statistically surpass-
ing their brother Scouts
throughout the country.
"Achieving Eagle Scout.
is a long and arduous task,"
said Curt Marshall, one of
Troop 773's assistant Scout-'
masters, during the Court
of Honor. "It is not surpris-
ing that only 2 percent of
all Boy Scouts achieve the
rank of Eagle."
"We try to get all the
boys to strive for this," said:
'the troop's Scoutmaster,
Dan Behr.
The ceremony at the


Praising an Eagle

Brian Hughes
brianh@crestvieabulletin.com
At the start of the
Feb. 8 Crestview City
Council meeting, Mayor
David Cadle, left, and
SCouncilman Charles
Baugh Jr. recognized'
Eagle Scout William
Hust of Crestview Troop ,
.30 on his achievement..
of Scouting's highest
rank. Hust, whose .
bagle project was the
cleanup of Ai arante .L ." .BRIAN HUGHES I CstviFwNews BulDetin

Hill, had his Court of ;EAGLE RECOGNIZED: Eagle Scout. William. Hust, of
SHonor, during which Crestview, was recognized at the.Crest iew City
She advanced to Eagle ,Council for achieving Scouting's highest rank..
Scout, on Jam'. 23 at the .. -." '
chapel of First United "It meant something Parker was unable to
Methodist Church of for him to get the attend Monday's council.
Crestview, the troop's., recognition fromn'Mr. meeting, but in a letter
host organization. Cadle" said-Husts told Hust, "Being an
Hdst is a freshman, mom, Laura Jo Hust.' Eagle Scout plaes
at th fi University of :' Baugh she said, is "a you among the.elite of
,;West .lo da,. majori~g,- .big supporter of the' Scouting."
:;in computer science. -. Boy SpoVts" and was By coincidence,
SCadle hadjbuen Hust.'i -.supposed-to attend Hust received the city's..
band director during the, Hust's-Court of Hon6r honors on the 100th
Scout's fre human year at.- but was unable to make 'birthday of the Boy
Crestview High School. it. Councilwoman Linda. Scouts of America.
". 'I :


Crestview Knights of Co-
lumbus hall Troop 773's
home, was attended by par-
ents as well as a substantial
contingent of Cub Scouts in
blue, and Thomas' fellow
Boy Scouts in green. The
boys eagerly followed the
solemn events, many hop-
ing to one day be the hon-'
oree at their own Courts of
*Honor.
During the, ceremony,
seven Boy Scouts lit 'the
candles of the "Eagle Scout
Trail." Each Scout and can-


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die represented the ranks
Thomas had progressed
through before he stood be-
fore Saturday's gathering:
Scout, Tenderfoot, Second
Class, First Class, Star, Life
and Eagle Scout:
Assistant Scoutmas-
ter Kevin Lusk then lit the
"Spirit of Scouting" can-
dles on the table in front
of Thomas, who stood at
attention throughout the
ceremony. The red, white
and blue candles stand for,
-honor, loyalty and courage.
To attain Eagle rank, a
Boy Scout must complete
an approved project and
is required to have a mini-
mum of 21 merit badges,
12 of which, are mandatory.
-Thomas earned almost 50.
Mandatory badges in-
clude mastering skills such
as first aid, camping, hiking,
personal fitness and per-
sonal management. Thom-
as said the latter proved
most arduous for him. ,
"We had to keep a record
of all our financial progress
over a three- to four-month
period," he said. "I could
have blown it off, but it has
prepared me for my future
life."
Thomas' Eagle project
was designing the H.W
Garrett Nature Trail on Eg-
lin Reservation and super-


KNOW MORE
Leave your';:
congratulations to Thomas
Carrico and view a photo
gallery and see video of
his Court of Honor on
our Web site, www.
crestviewbulletin.com.
Interested in joining the
Boy Scouts? Crestview's two
troops meet on Mondays,
Troop 773 at the Knights of
Columbus-Hall at 6:30 p.m.
and Troop 30 at First United
Methodist Church on Texas
Parkway at 7 p.m. -

vising its construction.
Following the ceremony,
the boys "and their adult
guests plunged into a buffet,
of Filipino food provided by'
Nellie's Lumpia Hut, per-
haps offering some" Scouts
the.opportunity to. work on
their "Citizenship in the
World" merit badge. To the
attributes defined in the
Scout Law, which include
being loyal, helpful, courte-
ous and kind, many of the
boys added ravenous.
Thomas took a moment
from enjoying the dinner in
his honor to share some ad-
vice for the boys .who follow
him on the path to Eagle.
"Be motivated," he said.
"That's pretty much all you
need."


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AN EAGLE'S FAMILY: Eagle Scout Thomas Carrico is joined
by his proud parents, Paulina and Kelly Carrico, and
his brother Austin, a Cub Scout in Pack 530;
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EAGLE TRAIL As Troop 773's Scout Master Dan Behr
(center) observes during Thomas Carrico's (right)
Eagle Scout Court of Honor, fellow Scouts, light the,
"Eagle Scout Trail." Each candle and Scout represents
each of the seven ranks a Boy Scout can attain.


SPIRIT OF SCOUTING: Kevin Lusk, one of Troop 773's
assistant Scoutmasters, lights the candles representing
the "Spirit of Scouting" during the Court of Honor for
Thomas Carrico, right.
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-VALENTINE from page:

the U.S. maitWe didn't get phone call 'or g. t n
They left here.and you didn't s therim for,ae.ar or.,
hear their voice." "*.-- :. .
In Jahuaiy 1967, just we kl' before their 'firt .
Valentine's Day apart since they had beco'nefa :
.'., couple, Angela received an' extra-speciil letter from, -.
". .Lat'ry. : *^. 4 ^-: '. '-." :- '.-,
i'.'E,'.s- wadsa poem. A simple, 13-line poePIl -
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MIlfluAtL IIWAKI C| restview News Bulletin
An estimated $800,000 in repairs will be required to fix the Wilkerson Bluff Road overpass
damaged in a Wednesday night accident on Interstate 10.

CRASH from page 1
The night of the accident, parked along Wilkerson Bluff but they wouldn't let me on the
emergency crews set up lights on Road as ,curious onlookers interstate," one onlooker said.
the south side of the interstate, surveyed the wreckage from a "Now Wilkerson Bluff Road is
where the smashed remains of hillside overlooking the inter- shut down, too?"
the dump truck had settled. state. The truck belongs to B & H
A few cars and trucks were "I'm trying to get to Crestview, Contracting, out of Florala, Ala.


COUNCIL from page 1


At that time, applications
will be accepted from those
interested in the position. Ap-
plications must be turned in
to Young's office no later than
5 p.m. on day 15 following the
public notice.
Only people living within
District 1 will be eligible to fill
the seat. The council will re-
view and validate the qualified
applicants at the regular meet-
ing following the application
deadline..
A majority vote of the four
remaining council members
is required to approve the ap-
pointment.
Council members. serve
four-year terms, and Wells'
term does not expire until 2013.
City policy mandates the coun-
cil "select an individual to. fill
the unexpired term under con-
sideration."
There has been some ques-
tion, however, whether the ap-
pointee could serve until 2011,
when city elections will be held
to fill the positions held by
Mayor David Cadle and council
members Bob Allen and Linda
Parker.
"Right now, there is no pro-


vision for that," Crestview Ad-
ministrative Services Director
Mike Wing said.
Those interested in the po-
sition should know that the job
is demanding, insiders warned.
In addition to attending two
regular meetings a month, as
well as workshops and special
meetings, city council mem-
bers also frequently attend
other. meetings and .functions
within the city. /
There are issues council
members are expected to keep
up with, and they are inundat-
ed with paperwork and back-
ground information on items
that come before the council.
In addition, the position
is considered part time, and
council members are paid
$5,040 a year.
"They do a lot for a very lit-
tle," Wing said.
Wells works full time while
keeping up with his council du-
ties.
Young said his presence on
the council will be missed.
."I like Chip, and I think he's
done a good job for the city and
for the people he represents,"
Young said.


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Chamber singing -and more


Classical to popular music on the bill for spring concert


Brian Hughes
Arts & Entertainment Editor
The Okaloosa Chamber Singers,
under the direction of Dr. Marilyn
Overturf of Crestview, just keep find-
ing new' and marvelous ways to en-
hance' their already enjoyable con-
certs. Although we missed them of-
fering a Christmas performance as
they have in years past, their spring
concert promises to be an absolute
gem. (Maybe they were just saving
all their thunder for next weekend!)
Overturf consistently assembles
a talented ensemble, skilled profes-
sional accompanists, a varied pro-
gram of music that ranges from clas-
sical to "pops," and a few delightful
surprises that, mixed all together,
result in an evening of sheer musi-
cal delight. Selections showcase the
versatility of the group's more than
20 members, allowing many to shine
with selected solo performances.
In next week's 12th season per-
formances, accompanists Michelle
Tredway and Kevin Shular join fea-
tured guest artist harpist Katie Ott-


>r~tIAL IU ni HE UI VIEW NEWl DULLETIN
CHAMBER SINGERS: The Okaloosa
Chamber Singers will have two
performances of their spring
concert, one on Feb. 19 and one
on Feb. 20.
Demeester. With organist Dr. David
Ott, she will perform a setting of
"Our Father" by Leos Janacek as
featured tenor soloist James Jordan
joins the performance.
"Katie Ott-Demeester will accom-
pany the Chamber Singers on sev-
. eral additional works and perform
two harp solos, as well," promised
Overturf in a release. "The program


includes a wide variety of music for
the listener."
Works to be performed range from
the Victoria "0 Vos Omnes" and Mo-
zart's "Te Deum" to treasured Ameri-
can folk music, including "Shenando-
ah," "The Water is Wide" and songs by
Stephen Foster. For Broadway buffs,
Overturfpromises selections from the
musical theater, as well.
David Ott will demonstrate his
virtuosity with an organ solo, and
solo performances by Mary Ann
Friedman, Esther Tiedemann, Rich-
ard Montague and David Jones will
enhance the program. The evening
concludes with Gilbert and Sullivan's
rousing finale to "The Gondoliers."
Performances are Friday, Feb. 19, at
7:30 p.j. at the First United Methodist
Church in Fort Walton Beach and Sat-
urday, Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. at the First
Presbyterian Church in Niceville.
Admission to Okaloosa Chamber
Singers concerts is;free, with a sug-
gested donation of $15 per guest or
$25 for two. (The Okaloosa Chamber
Singers is a 501(c)3 organization.) For
further information, call 682-9651.


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Wedding


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
TIED THE KNOT: Newlyweds Sarah and Brent Carey held
an evening ceremoriy at a Lake George, N.Y., resort.


Phillips and Carey


united in marriage


Special to the News Bulletin
Sarah Marie Phillips and
Brent Joseph Carey were
married on Sunday, Sept.
27, 2009, at the Fort' Wil-
liam Henry Resort in Lake
George, N.Y. The bride is.
the daughter of John and
Karen Phillips of Crest-
view. The groom is the son
of William and June Carey
of Queensbury, N.Y.
The ceremony was a
beautiful candlelit evening
wedding taking place at 5:30
.in the evening with a mist
coming off of a grand view
of Lake George: The mar-
riage was presided over by
the Honorable Judge David
B. Krogmann.
The bride's atten-
dants were maid of honor
Michaele-Lynne Jacot,
bridesmaids Erin Sullivan
and Aimee Lajoie, junior
bridesmaid Leila Sanobari
and flower, girl Lauren
Carey. The groom's atten-
dants were best man Craig
Leinoff and groomsmen
Scott Wyle, Jason Legault,
Michael Carey and Tyler
Carey.


The bride wore a bead-
ed Alfred Angelo strap-
less gown accented with a
crystal necklace that be-
longed-to her great-great-
grandmother, while the
*bridesmaids' gowns were
a dark teal. The'groom
and groomsmen all wore a
classic black tuxedo. Ger-
ber daisies in fall colors
adorned the' bridal party
and the entire reception,
which was held at the Fort
William Henry's White Lion
Ball Room. The groom sur-
prised the bride with a ser-
enade of Michael Buble's
song "Everything."
The bride and groom
met while attending Clark-
sori University in Potsdam,
"N.Y., and both graduated
with bachelors of science
degrees in physics. The
bride is a math teacher in
the Fort Bend Independent
School District in Houston.
The groom is obtaining
his Ph.D. in applied phys-
ics at Rice University in
Houston.
The couple honey-
mooned in the Cook Is-
lands, South Pacific.


Births


IT'S A GIRL!:
Above,
Maycee Lynn
Hughes was
born Dec. 14
to Nichole
and Wynne
Hughes. IT'S
A BOY!: At left,
Gunner Allen
Walters is the
son of Bridget
and Jeremy'
Walters of Holt.
PHOTOS SPECIAL TO
THE NEWS BULLETIN


* North Okaloosa
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* 21st Century Oncology ,
- Dr. Wanda Cook Batson,
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The fellowship of saints


"That which we have seen and heard
declare we unto you that ye also may
have fellowship with us: and truly our
fellowship is with the Father, and with
his Son Jesus Christ ... if we walk in
the light, as he is in the light, we have
fellowship-one with another, and the
blood of Jesus Christ his Son cleanseth
us from all sin" (1 John 1:3, 71.
The happy and blessed life cannot
be lived in separation from others of


FROM THE
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Raymond Williaoms


God's family. More and more, as the
age rushes toward its consummation, we need
the communion of the saints; therefore, we
are bidden not to forsake the assembling of
ourselves together, "and so much the more, as
ye see the day approaching" (Hebrews 10:25).
Where can one find in this world such
fellowship as that which exists among God's
true children? Dr. George A: Buttrick, a well-
known minister, was vacationing in Michigan.
An ardent trout fisherman, he was fishing up a


new stream in the afternoon.
As he waded around a bend, there
came the sound of the singing of old
hymns. He crossed the stream and
found a barn from whence came the
singing. He went in and found farm
people sitting on crude benches
facing a leader and singing with heart
and soul. Between songs, simple
testimonies were given.
After a while, the leader turned to


the stranger and asked whether he had
a word for the Lord. "And there," Dr. Buttrick
said, "in that old barn, surrounded by humble
folk, with a rod in one hand and a creel over my
shoulder, I rejoiced in the fellowship of saints
as I tried to add my word to the story of Jesus
and his love."
Brother Raymond Williams is pastor at
New Beginnings Church. 412 IV. James Lee
Blvd., Crestview. Phone: 689-2988.


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EVENTS
AWANA will be held
through May from 6-7:30
p.m. at Antioch Baptist
Church, 4796 Antioch Road,
Crestview. Children ages
3 and up through high
school teens are invited to
attend. For details, call 682-
4297 from 9 a.m. to noon
Monday through Thursday.
EPIPHANY
TAILGATE SALES are
held the first Saturday
of the month. Funds
generated are used for


Epiphany Episcopal
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 665-3437
for details. The church
is at 424 Garden St. in
Crestview.
BORN TO WIN:
Radio show airs every
day at 12:30 p.m. on WTJT
90.1 FM. Presented by
Northwest Florida Church
of God, pastored by Carl
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
Eucharist. This formation
process is the church's
approved method for
individuals to become
members of the Catholic
community. Sessions are
held at the Eglin Chapel
Center Annex from 7-9 p.m.
each Wednesday. 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

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a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF
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Each Sunday at 5 p.m., the
Good Hope Congregational
Church presents the study
*of the Book of Revelation.,
The Rev. Tommy Coleman
will be presenting the,
study, and there will be
finger foods to follow.
Anyone interested may
join. Call 537-4307 for more
information.
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The New Bethel Methodist
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Hall on Thursdays at 7 p.m.
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Obituary

Margaret White Lindley
1925-2010
Margaret White Lindley,
84, of Macon, Miss., died Feb.
4, 2010, at Noxubee General
Hospital in Macon. She was a
native of DeKalb, Miss.
Margaret was born June
12, 1925, in Kemper County,
Miss. to the late Algie D. White
and Lula Belle Key White
Weems. She moved to Macon
at age 14 to live with and care
for her Aunt Gladys and Uncle
Bert West.
She married Ancile Lofton
Lindley Jr. and had celebrated
61.years of marriage when he
passed away in 2004.
Margaret was a member
of First Baptist Church of
Macon.
She was a housewife,
homemaker and a caregiver to
all who needed help. She loved
her family very much and took
pride in teaching them to care
for others. She will be greatly
missed by all who knew her.
Her family stated, "We thank
God for our loving mother,
grandmother and great-
grandmother." The family
would also like to extend a
special thanks to Margaret's
caregivers, Nettie Brooks and
Virgie Stewart, for all they
have done. *
She was preceded in death
by her parents, her husband
and one grandson, Gabe
Stewart.
Margaret is survived by,
one daughter, Mrs. Rita L.
Stewart (Wayne) of Macon;
two sons, Dr. Ancil L. Lindley
IIl (Charlotte) of Crestview
and Chief David B. Lindley
(Georgia) of Starkville, Miss.;
two brothers, Gaines D. White
of Jackson, Miss., and Bobby
Weems of Marietta, Ga.; six
grandchildren; and 16 great-
grandchildren.
Services included visitation
on Monday, Feb. 8,
from 1-3 p.m. at the Cockrell
Funeral Home chapel in
Macon, followed by the funeral
at 3 p.m. Officiating ministers
included Brothers James
Snowden and Allen Mapp.
Margaret was interred in
Salem Cemetery near Macon.
Arrangements were in care of
Cockrell Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made
to Central Academy, PO. Box
321, Macon, MS 39341 or Elon
Baptist Church, EO. Box 25,
Shuqualak, MS 39361.
Sign, leave a remembrance
or view the guest book for
Margaret Lindley online at
www.crestviewbulletin.com.


From staff reports

NORTH OKALOOSA
TRUCK RAFFLE: Just in
time for Valentine's Day, the
Harvest Vineyard Mission is
hosting a raffle for a bright red
1965 Chevrolet truck. Proceeds
will support the Area Addictions
Recovery Center.
The anticipated date of the
drawing to choose a winner is
today, or when tickets are all
sold. They are being sold at area
stores and are also available at
the ministry office. Call 682-6447
for details.
VALENTINE'S DINNER:
New Bethel United Methodist
Church, 5986 State Road 85 N.,
will host a Valentine's Italian din-
ner tonight at 6 p.m.
Dinner is free and will be
served until 6:45 p.m. There is a
choice of lasagna, spaghetti or Al-
fredo noodles, with green salad,
Texas toast and dessert.
The meal will be followed by
entertainment at 7 p.m., featur-
ing Jerry Clower impersonator
Ed,Cotten and gospel group the
Keith Rowell Family A freewill
offering for the singing group will
be taken.
FLORIDA KIDCARE
HOURS CHANGE: Paula Jack-
son of Families Count is offering
assistance to local residents who
want to register their children
for Florida KidCare insurance.
Walk-ins are now accepted every
Tuesday and Thursday from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. at Jobs Plus on Wil-
son Street in Crestview. Please
bring proof of income and Social
Security numbers for every
member of your household. Con-
tact phone: 530-2621.
LADIES' AUXILIARY
BINGO: The Ladies' Auxiliary
to the Crestview Council of the
Knights of Columbus is hosting
its quarterly free senior bingo
event on Thursday, Feb.. 18, at the
group's hall on U.S. Highway 90.
The doors open at 9 a.m., and the'
games start at 10 a.m. Lunch will
be provided. For details, call Suzi
at 689-2487.
SUPPORT THE FREE-
DOM LOUNGE: The United
Services Organization will open
Freedom Lounge in the North-
west Florida Regional Airport
this spring to provide modem
facilities, programs and services
to accommodate military growth
in Okaloosa County.
Leadership Okaloosa Class
of 2009-2010 has volunteered to
acquire donations for the lounge.
Donations of furniture, decor
items and financial support are
needed. It is expected that more
than 1,000 military members and
their families will visit the lounge
eachmonth.


Please contact Caroline Mc-
Coy at 850-362-6467 or caroline@
florida-edc.org to donate or for
more details.
TRANSLATORS NEEDED:
Pensacola-based Dvorak In-
ternational Linguistics Jnc. is
gathering contact information
for bilingual individuals speaking
Haitian Creole, or Kreyol, and
English to volunteer in assist-
ing victims of the earthquake in
Haiti.
For details or to register, con-
tact Claudia Dvorak at cdvorak@
dvorakinternational.com or call
850-492-4406.
BLOOD DRIVES; Northwest
Florida Blood Center drives in
North Okaloosa County are as .
follows:
*Feb.-14, Knights of Colum-
bus, Crestview, at Our Lady of
Victory Catholic Church, 550
Adams St., 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.;
First United Methodist Church,
Crestview, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
*Feb. 15, Walmart, Crestview,
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
*Feb. 19, Bob Sikes Elementa-
ry.School, Crestview. 4-7:30 p.m.
*Feb. 26, Crestview Post Of-
fice, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
There is an elevated need
for blood types 0 Negative and
B Negative. Noi'thwest Florida
Blood Services is your commu-
nity blood center, providing blood
to patients, families and friends
in hospitals across the Panhan-
die. Blood is used to help patients
with cancer, heart bypass, sur-
geries and emergencies.
Call 862-4216'for more details.
QUIT SMOKING CLASS:
Okaloosa County tobacco users
can find free help to quit tobacco
use at one of a list of free six-
week, evidence-based Quit Smok-
ing Now programs sponsored by
West Florida Area Health Educa-
tion Center (AHEC).
NOMC is hosting a class
at 5:30 p.m. Monday through
March 8 and again at 5:30 p.m.
Monday from May 3 through
June 14.
To register or for more in-
formation, call 398-6965 or 877-
6-STOP-NOW (toll free), or visit
www.westfloridaahec.org.
ART & SCIENCE OF JOB
SEARCH: Jobs Plus at 212 N.
Wilson St. in Crestview is host-
ing "The Art & Science of Job
Search," a seminar series, at 5:30
p.m. every Thursday through
March 25. It ends with an em-
ployer question-and-answer
panel on the 25th.
Attendance is free, but seating
is limited. Reserve a seat by call-'
ing 833-7587, ext. 211, or e-mailing
jmcdaniel@jobsplus02.com.
Feb. 18: steps to a better
resume:
*March 4: interviewing strate-
gies that work.


*March 18: negotiating and
job retention.
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY:
The Crestview public library at
1445 Commerce Drive in Crest-
view is hosting the following
activities:
AARP Tax Aide is again
providing free tax preparation at
the library for low- and middle-
income residents, with special
attention to those 60 and older.
This free service is available
on a first-come, first-served basis
through April 15. Sign-in is re-
quired. Hours are 2-6 p.m. Mon-
days, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday
and Thursdays, and 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. Friday.
Saturday appointments for
those who speak Spanish only
are available from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. through March 27. A trans-
lator will be available on these
Saturday only.
A bilingual JobsPlus staff
member will help people apply
for food stamps or other non-
cash assistance from 10 a.m. to 3
p.m. Saturday through March 27
at the Crestview public library.
You will need a current library
card to use the library comput-
ers. There is no charge for an
initial library card. Just bring in
a picture ID, contact phone num-
bers and proof of your Okaloosa
County street address..
One-on-one beginning skills
computer tutoring. The one-hour
sessions are especially helpful
for senior citizens who want to
learn how to use the Internet
and e-mail. Appointments are
available Tuesday and Thursday
afternoons and Saturday morn-
ings. Visit the library at 1445
Commerce Drive (behind the
post office) or call 682-4432 to
schedule your appointment. A
current library card is required.
First'Tuesday Lectures are
featured every first Tuesday of
the month at 10:30 a.m. on Com-
merce Drive.
GRANT WRITING WORK-
SHOP: Tallahassee author and
grant writer Anne Haw Holt will
conduct a three-hour overview
of methods used to find and
. complete grants for nonprofits, .
including agencies and churches,
on Saturday, Feb. 27. The pro-
gram will be held in the Crest-
view public library meeting room
from 12:30-3:30 p.m.
The cost is $20 (payable at the
door) and includes a copy of a
model grant budget. Seminar at-
tendees will learn about proposal
writing, grant budgeting and pro-
gram goal-setting. Bring a copy
of your organization's mission
and a synopsis of your proposed
program with goals for funding.
To register, call 850-977-5110
or 850-576-0721, or e-mail ah-
holt@ahholt.com.


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The library is at 1445 Com-
merce Drive (behind the post
office) in north Crestview. For
more information, call the library
at 682-4432.
H1N1 VACCINATION:
Workplace, community, church
and other groups are invited to
contact the Okaloosa Health De-
partment through Feb. 26 if they
have at least 10 people wanting to
get the vaccine. With three days'
notice, the department will travel
to you to give a free vaccination
clinic.
To request a clinic at your
place of employment or church
or another site, call Elaine at 833-
9240, ext. 2304, Kellie at ext. 2149,
or Linda at ext. 2381.
This mobile clinic offer ends
Feb. 26.
YOUTH BASEBALL &
SOFTBALL: It's not too late
to sign up for Crestview Dixie
Youth/NOYA baseball and soft-
ball. Call Toni at 758-1414 for
'more information.
OKALOOSA FCAT TUTOR-
ING: All Okaloosa students are
invited.to attend Saturday Suc-
cess tutoring for the FCAT today,
Feb. 26 and March 6 from 9-11:30
a.m. at Choctaw High School. For
details, call Cheryl Seals (north)
at 689-7177, ext. 18000, or Elaine
Anderson (south) at 833-5815.
"GO PLAY" AT BLACK-
WATER: In honor of Florida
State Parks' 75th anniversary
and the Martin Luther King Jr.
holiday, Go Play Weekday allows;
residents and visitors to explore
featured parks for a budget en-
trance fee of 75 cents per person
through Feb. 25.
This includes Blackwater Riv-
er State Park in Holt and Falling
Waters State Park in Chipley.
Mention "Go Play Weekday"
at the ranger station to get the'
special price. If the park has an
honor box, just write "Go Play
'Weekday" on the envelope and
put in 75 cents per person in-
stead of the full fee.
Promotions will change
throughout the year, so check for
updates at www.FloridaState-
Parks.org.
ECONOMIC LIVING EXPO:
Learn to make Smart Choices
about money, home and health
in 2010 at the EcoNomic Liv-
ing Expo on Feb. 27 at the C.H.
"Bull" Rigdon Fairgrounds,
Lewis Turner Boulevard (State
Road 189), Fort Walton Beach.
There is still time to participate
as an exhibitor, sponsor or in the
Piggy Bank Beauty Pageant, by
calling 797-4902 or 689-5850. This
free event includes a free canvas
bag and prize giveaways all day.
Sign up to be an Okaloosa Saver
at www.okaloosasaves.org.
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Crestview man falls from

tanker, flown to trauma center


'Get up and start again'

Couple celebrates their-68th Valentine's Day


PHOTOS BY MICHAEL STEWART I Crestview News Bulletin
A man who fell from a tanker truck in Crestview Thursday was
transported to the trauma center at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola
for treatment.


Michael Stewart
michaels@crestviewbulletin.com
A 61-year-old man was flown from
Crestview to Pensacola for medical!
treatment Thursday morning after
he fell off the top of a gasoline tanker
truck.
"He was loading the tanker with
fuel when he fell," North Okaloosa Fire'
District Deputy Chief Danny Worrells
said. "It was a long fall."
The accident happened about
7:15 a.m. at Patel Petroleum on West


Firefighters
prepare
to hose
dust down
raised byo a
helicopter
A man who
fell was
transported
to Pensacola
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James Lee Boulevard, which is locat-
ed behind Fill-Ups Food Stores across
the street from, Emerald Coast Book
Haven.
Paramedics transported the man,
whose identity was not released, from
Patel Petroleum to a. nearby field
where aGULFlight helicopter landed.
He was flown to the trauma cen-
ter'at Sacred Heart Hospital with un-
known injuries.
'Anytime you have a long fall and
you are 61 years old' you are subject to'
trauma," Worrells said.


Brian Hughes
brianh@crestviewbulletin.com
Two months after Wanda
and Dale Timmons were mar-
ried in October 1941, the Japa-
nese bombed Pearl Harbor.
Less than a year later, Dale
Timmons was off to Europe to
fight for his country,
'And then he came home,"
Wanda Timmons said. "Him
and two otherbrothers, and not
a one of them got a scratch."
Tomorrow the Timmons
celebrate their 68th Valentine's
Day together. The couple now
lives at the Crestview Manor,
where not long ago they re-
newed their wedding vows.
Wanda even wore a garter for
the occasion.
"They are wonderful," said
Nanette Boylen, the couple's
social worker with Covenant
Hospice. "They are like linked
at the hip."
Dale Timmons spends time
making dishtowels for guests.
The towels have snaps so they
can be hooked over the recipi-
ents'- oven door handles with-
out slipping off. ,
"He dotes on his wife. If
she's not feeling well, he's
down," said Covenant Hospice.
Director Pat Dingess, whose
service assists Wanda Tim-
mons, with a respiratory con-
dition. "They are a very sweet
' couple."
The Timmons met in the
summer of 1941 at a cafe in
Oskalobsa, Iowa, where both
were employed. Both were 20
"at the time.
"I was a cashier and he
was a dishwasher and cook,"
Wanda Timmons said. "I didn't


ANN SPANN I Crestview News Bulletin
LOVE BIRDS: Wanda and Dale Timmons are pictured in
their home at the Crestview.Manor.


like him at first. But three
months after we met, we were
married. It was a $3 marriage
license. That $3 has lasted a
long time."'
After the war, Dale worked
in an experimental hatchery
while Wanda was the River-
dale, Iowa, city clerk in the
mornings. and the town's
school board secretary in the
afternoon. They lived in Iowa
until they both retired in 1983
and moved to Crestview to be
close to their son Mike, who
was in the Air Force at Eglin.
"We didn't get to see too
much of him while he was in
the Air Force," Wanda said.
"Then right after we arrived,
he got transferred to the des-
ert in California.".
Mike then left the service
and got a civilian job, but it,
too, took him away from his
parents. "He got his discharge
and worked in Saudi Arabia for
six years,"' Wanda said.
Sadly, Mike Timmons
passed away in 2006, but in his


final days, he was also a Cov-
enant Hospice patient.
"They are wonderful,"
Wanda said. "They really help
me a lot. They took care of our
son, too."
The Tiummons have two
granddaughters, Denise and
Deana, who live locally, one in
Crestview and one in Fort Wal-
ton Beach. Deana presented
them with a great grandson,
Daren Michael, who is 3.
Throughout their lives, the
Timmons savored their close-
ness. Vacations were opportu-
nities to get back to nature.
"We did a lot of camping,"
Wanda said. "We always did
things together."
Wanda Timmons shared
the couple's recipe for a long,
happy, successful marriage.
"We never go to bed mad,"
she said. "If you stop to think
about it, it isn't worth very
much, whatever you're mad
about. Then in the morning
you get up and start all over
again."


State drops charges against Crestview woman

From staff reports sale of controlled substances, pos-
session of cocaine, possession of
The state has dropped charges drug paraphernalia and child ne-
against a Crestview woman. glect without great harm.
Citing "insufficient evidence," Correll and her brother, Ken-
the state has dismissed charges neth Fliqua, 25, were arrested
against Jamie Correll, 28, stem- after police reported finding
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her home on North Pearl Street. JAMIE CORRELL cigarette rolling machine while
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Saturday, February 13, 2010


'CELEBRATE LITERACY WEEK, FLORIDA'
Photos special to the News Bulletin
Riverside Elementary School took part in "Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!" during the week of Jan. 25-29. The goal of "Celebrate Literacy Week, Florida!" was to
promote the enjoyment of reading for children and adults. Riverside Elementary invited many city and county government employees, as well as parents and others
who work in our community, to take part.
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Bob Jones, Shoal River Middle School principal, reads to Mrs. Talbert's fifth-
grade class.


Jonathon Holloway, of the Holloway Law Firm, P.A., reads to Mrs. Singeltary's
second-grade class.


City Finance Director Patti Beebe reads to Mrs. Espeseth's fourth-grade class.


County Commissioner Wayne Harris reads to Mrs. Richard's fourth-grade class.


Crestview City Clerk Janice Young, police officer Sam Kimmons and McGruff
read to Mrs. Sammon's class.


ANTIOCH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL EVENTS


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
Above, Literacy Week was celebrated with Okaloosa County Sheriff's Office Deputy Tim Homer visiting
* Melissa Fincannon's first-graders at Antioch Elementary School. These Aviators enjoyed a read-aloud, as well
as learning about the job of a deputy in Okaloosa County. At left, Jeremy Matthew from Mary Jo Wimsatt's
fifth-grade class at Antioch Elementary School entered his artwork in the Cox Gulf Coast Black History Arts
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These Antioch Aviators have created
original entries for the fourth annual Piggy
Bank Pageant sponsored by Okaloosa
America Save$. At.right, Destiny Peoples PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
is shown with Penelope.the People's Pig!, Antioch Elementary School is proud
At left, Catera Rutland shows off Parrish to announce that literacy coach,
the Pig, and Jungle-hog was created by Sarah Downs, was the women's
Mackenzie Trombetta. overall winner of the Davidson Dash.



Walker Elementary HONOR STUDENTS


Special to the News Bulletin-

A HONOR ROLL
First Grade: Acang, Alex/
Alexander, Angelina / Basch,
Luke / Baxley, Karlie / Birkelo,
Kaitlyn / Caraher, Jeremy/
Cato, Reann / Chandler, Reggie
/ Clark, Michael / Downing,
Trehton / Duncan, Kailey /
Freeman, Kazeri / Galley,
Carline / Gillis,- Coleman / Gillis,
Drew / Harsch, Harrison / I
Kilgellon, Kenneth / LeMaster,
Anna / Lesher, Brooke /
Mistele, Rhys /Mitchell, Erin
/Napoleon, Journey / Pagan,
Aleena / Pippins, Jenelle
/ Powell, Landon / Powell,
Rylee / Reed, Ella / Richmond,
Nikki / Seymour, Hayden /
Shumpert, Shabastin / Storr,
Mikayla / Sutherland, Stephen
/ Tew, Brynlee / Thompson,
Iucas / Valldeperas, Isabella /
Vargas, Ash / Whidden, Emma
/ Williams, Lasiah / Wilson,
Alyssa / Wing, Laine.
Second Grade: Adams,
Afton / Anglin, Christopher/
Bolton, Courtney/ Corthell,
Calina /Crawford, Caleb /
Darby, Jaynie / Duncan, Halee /
Ferrante',.K ctoria / Freeman,
Logan / Hernandez, Nate /
Jernigan, Haily / Johnson,
Samile / Johnston, Cade /
Kerrell, Trace / Kootsouradis,
Cade / Leon, George / Martin,
Joseph / McCallum, Brendon -
/ Mohamed, Sean / Morales,
Giovanni / Pressley, Emily /
Raybon,Colbea / Smith, Rinea
/ Tinklepaugh, Haley / White,
Leah.
Third Grade: Cameron,
Tristan / Corbin, Chandler
/'Corbin, Jack/ Holloway,
Chandler / Hurley, Olivia /
Lasker, Kenneth / Medlock,
Elise / Tew, Weston / White,
Jacob.
Fourth Grade: Gillis, Gracie
/ Greer, Gracie / McGovern,
Amberlynn / Medlock, Zoe /
Meeks, Jodie / Weappa, Zala.
Fifth Grade: Cyrus, Jacob /
Dalton, Rylee / Gillis, Cameron


/ Hagedorn, Eli / Harms,
Kameryn/ Harrison, Kayla /
Luke, Maddie / Mitchell, Ethan
/ Ness, Cailey / Rodriguez,
Jaidyn / Wakeland, Cameron.

A/B HONOR ROLL
First Grade: Ainsworth,
Hannah / Aragona, Jericho /
. Bartolo, Aurora / Blackshear,
Dalayshia / Burlison, Rylie
/ Carson, Jasmine / Carson,
Jonathan/Casarrubias,
Natalya / Devine, Kaleo
/ Douglas, Christopher /
Dubose, Zoee / Gilley, Kaylee
/ Glover, Tyler / Harrison,,
Jackson / Huggins, Danay /
Johnson, Briah / Kerrell, Emily
/.LaBelle, Trevor / Mahan;
Ryne / Martin, Logen / Mason,
Rylee / McPherson, Owen /
Mingus, Trenton / Morrill, Lexi
/ Myers, Camden / Mygrant,
Daniel / Nelson, Jacob /
Neprud, Hunter / Parker, Jalin
/ Pippins, Danielle / Sirmans,
Caleb / Strickland, Sierra /
Velsor, Shawn / Watts,'Jenna/
Wilkinson, Matthew.
Second Grade: Ainsworth,'
Landon / Aplin, Arianna /
Atkins, Chandlar / Basch,
Tiffany / Beard, Kaitlyn
/ Beard, Kelsey / Bexley, ,,.
Aurora / Bishop, Kaitlyn /
Campbell, Hailey / Devine,
Keano / Duncan, Katie /
Dunn, Elijah / Edge, Gracie
/ Giles, Garrett / Gonzalez,
Juan / Harrison, Megan /
Higdon, Michael / Holliday,
Terelle / Humphrey, Kerin /
Ingram, Ashton / Johnson,
Markelar / Justice, LaQuasha
/ King, Aleigh / Klem, Oliver
/ Madl, Marguerite / Martin,
Christopher / Mathews,
Tabatha / Matthews, Jasmine /
McLanaey, Kaden / McQueen,
Marquette / Morrison, Kaitlyn /
Mungmee, Trish / Newman, CJ
/ Norris, Erin / Odom, Bradley/
Polinsky, Gabriel / Polk, Carson
/ Ransom, Cole / Ritchie,
Joseph / Sanders, Charlie /
Skinner, Javaris / Smothers,
Shaniya / Snipes, Jared /


Stakley, Lauren / Sullivan,.
Jacob / Valles, Juliana / Whitley,
Zadie / Wilks, Desmond/
Wytch, Nakiya
Third Grade: Andrews,
CJ / Archer, Kaeleb / Ballard,
Jadyn / Barrow, Taylor] Boan,
Brody / Bottenfield, Kathleen
/ Brannon, Garrett / Bray,
Jessica / Caraher, Justin/ Carr,
Makenzie / Couch, Jaonte'/
Crawford, Kayla / Dunn, Joseph
/ Edwards, Isaiah / Edwards,
Riley / Freeman, Haleigh / !
Flgate, Drake / Goedge, Faith
/ Harms, Ashlyn / Henley, .
Alyssa / Hollingsworth, Cassie
/ Lopez, Madilyn / McCurley,
Ashlyn / McDonald,l Tucker /
McLaughlin, lyrone / Merritt,
Evan / Meserve, Zachary/
Miller, Seana /Moore, Jackson /
Norman, Emily / Overton, Noah'
/ Polinsky, Michael / Seals ,
Nija / Secrest, James / Smith,
Alexandria / Starley, Siena /
Sterbaggi, Ryleigh / Trost, Erin'
/ Washington, Keeley / White,
Sierra
Fourth Grade: Adams,'
Johnathan / Atwood, Jade
/ Atwood, Kim / Burlison,
Hannah / Castille, Cole /
Dowing, Kaylynn / Dukes,
Hannah / Hipps, Gage / Holm,
,Michelle / Jones, Amber /
Kimmons, Dylan / Martin,
Calista / Morales, Antonio /
Morrill, Alonna /Newman,'
Grace / Oliver, Nicholas / Reed,
Brittany / Robbins, Jasiah!/
*Romualdo, Zophie./Smith,
Liliana / Sweatt, Charlsy/
Westberry, Payten / Young,
Coleman.
Fifth Grade: Acang, Austin /
Alexander, Meaghan / Andrews,
Baylee / Barrow, Brooke y
Baysmore, Montoya / Brown,
Tanissiah / Clark, Tyreke / Firr,
Savannah / Holloway, Madison
/ Howington, Shelly /Jacobs,
David / McLaughlin, Alyssa /
Moore, Brayden / Moore, Joey/
Moorer, Rusty / Morgan, Derek
/ Nelson, Gabby / Peacock,
Chiante' / Peterson, Alexis /
Philllips, Ryan / Ritchie, Noah /
Rogers, Wynn / Schlinger, Jax.


Antioch Elementary

HONOR STUDENTS


Special to the News Bulletin

A HONOR ROLL
First Grade: Cadenhead, Chloe
/ Capotosto, Giordano / Cisneros,
Eden / Dauphin, Avery / Disty,
Alana / Duaqui, Logan / Fisher,
Alexa / Henderson, Wesley /
Kirkpatrick, Allison / Koger, Brady
/ Long, Mikayla / Marier, Gracie /
Morenz, Allison/ Nelson, Ellyssa
/ Nguyen, Matthew / Onuffer,
Brooklyn / Philpott, Grace /
Ramos, Christina / Reich, Braedon
/ Smith, Najah / Weston, Jada.
Second Grade: Brown,
Anthony / Carr, Jadelyn /
Connolly, Thomas / Cooke, Isaiah /
Daugherty, Emily/ Erk, Matthew
/ Groover, Jordyn / Hearn, Caitlyn
/ Hooks, Amari / Horton, Ann /
Howe, Samuel / Kaiser, Eliska
/ Kile, Erica / Miller, Tyler /
Ronhaar; Emma / Setka, Danica
/ Simms, Sara / Veale, Brae'den/
Weise, Sarah / Zanfardino, Bella.
Third Grade: Maharaj,
Madison! Johnson, Shelby /
Johnson, Kailey / Johnson, Paige
/ Triplett, Lee / Pourcillie,Garrit /
LaRue, Rani / Miller, Brady.
Fourth Grade: Anchor, Sarah
/ Carrico, Austin/Flowers,
Hayleigh /[Maine, Sean / Mensen,
Kelsi / Philpott, Abby / Philpott,
Erin / Pierce, Miranda / Scheer-
' Martinez, Sandra / Schwieg,
Everett.
Fifth Grade: Grois, Gabriella/
Kelsey, Hannah / Mears, Brehden
/ Setka, Andrew / Stegner, Quinn /
Tolbert, Tate.

A/B HONOR ROLL
First Grade: Akujobi, Nylah /
Andujar, Arianna / Barkley, Caden
/ Barnes, Jason / Berfanger, Gavin
/ Blackwood, Hunter / Brown,
Keashanti / Bumgardner, Linsey /
- Carron, Azariah / Cobb, Maggie /
Courington, Grant / Dance, Abbey
7 Deehr, Yaden / Diaz, Marianah
/ Dubus, Jazrelle / Frazee,
Cassidy / Gammon, Braydon
/ Gore, Anna / Grice, Malaika
/ Harper, Haidenri / Hastings,
Christianne / Henderson, Shelby
/ Howard, Sierra / Johnson,
Timmy / Kasselakis, Bobby /
Keith, Dylan / Laird, Kalysta /
Lemke, Kaitlyn / Mendez, Marco
/ Mensen, Ella / Newell, Brent /
Pampuan, Andrea / Pettway, Dejah
/ Pommala, Natasha / Reeder,
Colby / Rodriguez, Genesis /
Saldana, Mark / Shaffer, Sarah /
Shaw, Makayla / Singletary, Jayla
/ Strom, Katie / Talcott, Aliyah /
Thill, Michael / Townsend, Warren
/ Veillon, Camille-/ Yabui, Kayla
I Zabel, Noah / Zajackowski,
Hannah / Zito, Andrew.
Second Grade: Agrippe, Zoe ,
/ Anderson, Mason / Bartlett,
Sage / Berfanger, Kyra / Bertling,
Gracie / Bobnock, Ethan / Bowers,
Eric / Broyles, Ian / Caldwell,
Carson / Crawford, Jalyn / Crumb,
paniel/ Cruz, Lana Mae / Devore,
Elizabeth / DeZalia, Brecken
/ Dipay, Elie/ Fortune, Richy/
Fox, Kaitlyn / Goodlow, Maliek/
Griffin, Anisa / Griffin, Zamiya/
Herzig, Hayden / Howell, Michael
/ Jackson, Kaytlin / Kim, Juhui
/ Laggett, Maddie / Lee, Bralyn
/ Mahn, Lauren / Mayo, Venus /


McLane, Damia / Moore, Andrew
/ Norris, Sarah / Reyes, Dheaven /
Riley, Madison / Rogers, Stephen
/ Small, Georgia / Smith, Da von
/ Sordelet, Asia / Stone, Dallas /
Tanguilan, Matthew / Thompson,
Madison / Thursby, Logan / Van
Zandt, Natalie / Wheelbarger,
Alexandra / Windham, Allyson
/ Wrobbel, Heather / Yelder,
Donovan / Zanfardino, Lilli.
Third Grade: Adams, Anna /
Allen, Logan / Anderson, Heidi /
Bicknell, Rylee / Blum, Audrey /
Byrd, Dianna/ Cabrillas, Derek .
/ Caldwell, William / Campbell,
Slade / Canady, T.J. / Cisneros,
Monet / Clark, Daniel / Daluz,
Claria / Davis, Kale / Deehr,
Yazmeen / Fuszner, Jadyn /
Hines, Tenasha / Hood, Josiah/
Howard, Lindsey / Hunley, Jacob
/ Kempski, Elizabeth / Kendrick,
Joycelyn / Kimm, Elizabeth /
Klose, Jen-Yi / Meredith, Zacchari
/ Mesta, Clarissa / Mincey, Trinity
/ Mooney, Tristan / Moore, Jahara
/ Morales, Anthony / Mull, Jacob
Newell, Brooke / Norris, Bryson /
North, Madison / Paquet, Audra /
Paxton, Shaylah / Peoples; Derek
,/ Roberts, Gabriel / Robinson,
Emily Grace / Robinson, Haylie /
Sahin, Mert / Seward, Cody / Sims,
Adonis / Small, Randi / Staples,
Jonathan / Stokes, Melea / Stutler,
Jordan / Syed, Zuhair / Tiller,
Frank / Willis, Daisy / Zoltek,
Shannon. ,
Fourth Grade: Adams, Jacob
/ Berryman, Garrett / Birkhead,
Catherine / Bobnock, Allison
Bouchard, Milton / Bouchard,
Rod / Bowers, Anthony /Bruce,
Kenny / Bumgardner, Taylor /
Byrd, Sophia / Carr, Logan / Cole,
Lauren / Couey, Dyllon / Day,
-Ashlyn / Englmeier, Emily / Erk,
Stephen / Fields, Jasmine / Fisher,
Brianna / Fox, Zachary / Geier,
Julia / Hensley, Jacob / Inness,
Katelynn / Jenceleski, Allison /
Jordan, Gabe / Jornacion, E.J. /
Kaiser, Mary Ellen / Killen, Joseph
/ Kirkpatrick, Ailee / Koger, Kayla
/ Kraft, Austin / Lewis, Kirstin /
Little, Max / Lock, Xavier / Marsh,
Sydney /McCraw, Christian /
McLean, Kristen / Meredith,
Hannah / Messier-Hensz,
Dakota / Metral, Henry / Miller,"
McKenzie / Morrison, Hunter /
Parsons, Robert / Pereira, Kayla
/ Reich, Tanner / Scheiterle,
*Aaron / Sessions, Brandon /
Sienko, Brent / Simon, Rachel /
Stanton, Isaac / Stoutenburgh,
Ryan / Strom, Hannah / Strom,
Marion / Suendermann, Isaac/
Syed, Ammar / Thursby, Jacob /
Williamson, Jaida / Wrathell, Jade.
Fifth Grade: Adams, Nick /
Bertling, Daniel / Critcher, Taylor
/ Devore, Emma / DeWise, Cade
/ Epperson, Christopher / Feole
Derek / Frances, Emily / Garcia,
Briarna / Gerard, Hunter /
Gunter, Drew / Howe, Alexandria
/ Kane, Alexis / Kelley, Preston /
Kral, Cuyler / Loften, Wimberly /
Mollura, Gage / Oglesby, Jessica
/ Pope, Ryan / Pratt, Ashlee /
Robinson, Jennifer / Rogers,
Marisa / Skeeters, Dakota /
Slingerland, Ryan / Springle,
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Econo Lodge BASKETS OF LOVE

w ins 2010 G old -U ^ SPECIAL BASKETS: Emerald Coast Hospice has prepared and
pital y Aw d distributed special "Baskets of Love" for its patients. The
H hospital Aw ard baskets contain useful things such as lotions and socks as
well as sweet seasonal gifts including Valentine's candy and
Special to the News Bulletin stuffed animals. "A lot-of them we personalize for patients,"
said volunteer coordinator Ann O'Connor, adding that
CRESTVIEW The Econo Lodge hotel of Crest- hospice's volunteers, who-know the needs and pleasures
view was recently announced as a recipient o of their respective patients, add these extra touches to the
a prestigious 2010 Gold Hospitality Award from patients' baskets. "Several of the baskets were gifts from
global lodging leader Choice Hotels Internation- Dorothy and Chip Reed of Crestview Memorial Funeral Home.
al Inc., franchiser of the Econo Lodge brand. "They are always so willing to help us," praised O'Connor.
"The Econo Lodge award-winning hotelI I At left, hospice aides Heide Bader, left, and Tammy Cooper
represents not only the best of the best, but join Chip Reed in delivering the baskets.
also the tremendous value that a Choice brand SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
hotel can offer to today's travelers," said Steve S P T -N B
Joyce, president and chief executive officer of
Choice Hotels. "We're very proud to have the
Econo Lodge hotel as part of our Choice fam-
ily and I congratulate the property on receiving
this distinguished award." REPUBLICAN PARTY
As a top-performing property among the
company's more than 4,800 U.S. franchised ho- DONATES TO HERITAGE MUSEUM
tels, the Econo Lodge hotel is among the top 10
percent of properties within the Econo Lodge -VETERAN'S EXHIBIT
brand, one of 18 hotels within the state of Flor- E
ida and one of 45 hotels within the 844-strong TRAVELING WALL EXHIBIT: Okaloosa County Republican
Econo Lodge brand to receive "Gold Award" 4 State Committeeman Steve Czonstka presents a
status. As one of the company's top franchised $500 donatio n from the Okaloosa Republican Party
"Econo Lodge" hotels, the Crestview location $500 donation from the Okaloosa Republican Party
has demonstrated an exceptional focus on to Michelle Severino, executive director of the Heritage
guest satisfaction and dedication to providing Museum of Northwest Florida. The money will be used
superior service. Additional award criteria are to support the Vietnam Veterans Traveling Wall Exhibit.
evaluated by Choice Hotels through its official The exhibit will be on display at the C.H. "Bull" Rigdon
annual property ranking report. w Fairgrounds in Fort Walton Beach June 17-20. For more
For more information, or to make your ..- information concerning sponsorship, call the museum at
reservation for the Econo Lodge hotel today, 678-2615.
call the Choice Hotels toll-free reservation line SPECIALTO THE NEWS BULLETIN
at 800-4-CHOICE or visit www.choicehotels.
com.



Shelter House holds domestic violence support groups


Special to the News Bulletin
FORT WALTON BEACH
- Shelter House, a local
domestic violence cen-
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schedule for the new year.
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someone you know may be
a victim of domestic vio-
lence, please attend one of
,the group meeting in Oka-
Joosa and Walton counties
for support and assistance.


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You may also speak to
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Shelter House .services
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emergency shelter, transi-
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Squirrels: nature's acrobats


Special to the News Bulletin
Bounding from tree limb
to tree limb, running up
and down and all around,
chattering and squeaking,
the gray squirrel plays
endlessly through the
treetops.
There are many things
to learn about this energetic
creature.
Three kinds of squirrels
live in Florida: the fox
squirrel, the Southern flying
squirrel and the Eastern
gray squirrel, which is the
most common one.
Eastern gray squirrels
are a part of the rodent '
family, like rats and mice.
Squirrels have bushy
gray-brown tails, small
pointy ears, whiskers and
a gray body that is 8 to 12
inches long. Their tail adds
another 6 inches.
The tail is its most
familiar feature. The
mammal uses it for many
things. When'the.tail
twitches, a squirrel may be
saying to other squirrels,
"Get away! That nut is
mine!"
A squirrel's tail is very
useful. It helps with balance
and serves as a blanket in
cold weather, an umbrella
on rainy days and a shield
in a fight.
Gray squirrels live
in trees either in
hollowed-out areas or in
a nest. Ground squirrels
(chipmunks, groundhogs
and prairie dogs) live in
holes in the ground.
Squirrels are acrobats
and can climb and jump
to all sorts of places. How
many times have you
seen squirrels "rob" bird
feeders? People spend a
lot of time trying to make
bird feeders that squirrels
cannot get into.
These animals are'
accidental farmers. The
seeds and nuts they drop or
bury sometimes sprout and
become baby plants.


BACKYARD


Get Outdoors, Florida!
Can you spot an oak tree,
a favorite source of food for
squirrels?
Look under the tree
to see whether there are
acorns on the ground. Can
you crack one with a rock?
Squirrels do it with their
sharp teeth. American
Indians used acorns for
food, but first they had to
remove the shells, pound
the nuts with rocks and
rinse or soak the pieces
many times to remove the
bitter taste. Then they ate
1the mushy meal as a good
source of protein.
Acorns look like little elf
heads with hats. Can you
draw little faces on them?
Jumpin' Jiminy!
Think about the'
squirrel's gymnastic
abilities. Some can jump up
to six feet! For a foot-long
squirrel, that is six times
its body length. How tall
are you? Ask a parent to
measure you. If you are 4,
feet tall, and you jumped six
times your body length, you
would have to travel 24 feet,
or eight yards.
Now go outside and
measure that distance.
Then see how far you
can jump. Do not be too
disappointed, though.
Squirrels can do many'
things people cannot.
.Jessica Basham is
a columnist with the
Florida Fish & Wildlife
Commission. Contact
her via e-mail at Jessica.
Basham@MyFWC.com.


Despite some of the drama
that emerged during the United
Nations Climate Change
Conference in Copenhagen,
Denmark in December, the
leaders of the world's major
polluters Brazil, India, China,
South Africa and the United
States agreed on a compromise
with a nonbinding agreement.
Some thought the agreement
a good step; others were not so
sure. German Chancellor Angela
Merkel told the media that the
outcome in Copenhagen was a
first step toward a "new world
climate order, nothing more but
also nothing less." That seems to
be the consensus among many of
the 193 nations represented at the
summit.
The accord states that
greenhouse gas emissions must
be reduced enough to prevent
average global temperatures from
rising more than 2 degrees Celsius.
It is a major accomplishment
to have such disparate nations
agreeing that something must be
done and giving it a name. It is now
up to the folks on the ground to do
the real.work on mitigating climate
change impacts while adapting to
those changes already in place.,
As I sift through the reports
from across the sea, I ponder what
it all means in terms of Florida
and for wildlife in particular.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission's (FWC)
climate change working groups are
weighing the strategies that fall
into two categories: adaptation or
mitigation, or maybe both.
"For a long time we've been
discussing everything in terms of
adaptation," said Doug Parsons,
FWC's climate change coordinator.
"But we also are involved in
mitigation activities whenever we
take degraded or destroyed habitat
and bring it back to a state that will
sustain wildlife."
Any habitat that brings back
life in and of itself is'contributing .
to the lessening of carbon


The Wildlife
Forecast
Pat Benke


emissions. In Florida, we're doing
this as a natural part of wildlife
management.
"Doing what we know is healthy
for wildlife and habitat means
we are doing what is healthy for
humans as well," Parsons said.
"Even though the scientists agree
that climate change is a reality,
when we manage for resilience
and adaptation, we are making
wise choices for our future as
residents of Florida."
, Adaptation goes along with
the belief that climate change is
beyond changing all we can do
is make the best of the situation.
The strategies that help wildlife
adapt to a changing climate-
include such things as creating
connectivity between habitats and
providing corridors for wildlife to
travel. Anticipating the fluctuation
of the human population moving
inland also is crucial to helping
both humans and wildlife adapt.
Received an e-mail the other
day from someone who wrote,
"Why are we worrying about the
wildlife when humans are going
to be having an equally hard time
adapting?"
It's something I hear frequently.
And the answer lies in our
connection with wildlife. If native
wildlife disappears, if habitats
become unhealthy, if seas cover
what is now livable land, there
is not much hope for healthy
humans either, unless we work
now to adapt. We will be impacted
physically, environmentally,
socially and economically The
depletion of native wildlife will
have reverberations across
the whole spectrum of human
existence.
As the world's nations came
together to look at the big picture,


others are already at work making
good management decisions. A
partnership between four states
in the Southeastern United States
will assist with adaptability while
mitigating the effects of carbon
emissions. The FWC, along with
agencies from Alabama, Georgia
and South Carolina, received grant
money from the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service to increase the
quality, quantity and connectivity
of priority sandhill sites in the four
states. More than 38,500 acres of
sandhill habitat will be restored
through prescribed fire and
removal of vegetation not conducive
to the habitat and the replanting
of longleaf pine. This habitat
improvement will be welcoming to
species such as gopher tortoises
and native bird species.
In addition, Florida and
Alabama are working together,
along with The Nature
Conservancy, to create a natural
corridor, which will assist wildlife
as they adapt to climate change by
moving to climates that are more
hospitable.
This project represents
one of the best examples of
adaptation and mitigation by
providing healthy habitat that
will sequester carbon emissions
rather than disperse them into the
atmosphere.
"By using appropriate
management to restore habitat
quality and connectivity, we're
adding to the resiliency of Florida's
wildlife," said Anna Farmer,
FWC, biologist and co-author of
the grant. "This will ensure that
during climate change, Florida's
wildlife will be able to weather the
storm."
It may not be on the world
stage, but it is conservation at its
best, right where it counts.
Patricia Behnke is a columnist
with the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission.
Contact her at pat.behnke@
myfwc.com.


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could be until you
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1100 7 1100 I 1100
The name and address 131 Twin Oak Drive AFTER THE DATE OF
of the. personal repre- Crestview, FL 32536 THE FIRST PUBLICA-
sentative and the per- TION OF THIS NO-
sonal representative's 02/06/10 TICE..
attorney are set forth 02/13/10


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1100

Legal # 100960

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA PROBATE
DIVISION CASE NO:
09CP855

IN RE: The Estate of
SHIRLEY LOUISE
WHITTLE,
deceased

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS AND HEIRS

The administration of
the estate of SHIRLEY
LOUISE WHITTLE, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was May 22,
2009 is pending in the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
101 James. Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, Florida,
32536. ,


below.


All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims
against the decedent's
estate must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NO-
TICE.

ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is February 6,
2010

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Stanley K. Luke, Es-
quire Florida Bar No.
0559024 RO. Box 776
Crestview, FL 32536
(850) 682-1190

Personal Representa-
tive: Thomas R. Whittle


Legal # 100961

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA 'PROBATE
DIVISION CASE NO:
09CP702

IN RE: The Estate of
PAMELA SUE BATES,
deceased

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS AND HEIRS

The administration of
the estate of PAMELA
SUE BATES, de-
ceased, whose date of'
death was February 14,
2009, is pending in the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
101 Tames Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, Florida,
32536.

The names and ad-
dress of the personal
representative and the


ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS
BARRED.

The date of the first
publication of this No-
tice is February 6,
2010

Attorney for Personal
Representative: Stanley
K. Luke, Esquire Flor-
ida Bar No. 0559024
RO. Box 776
Crestview, FL 32536
{850) 682-1190 '

Personal Representa-
tive: Mark Lee Bates
702 Cranford St.
Sulphur Springs, TX
75482


representative's attor-
ney are set forth below. 02/06/10
02/13/10
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per- i tt.
sons having claims itt
against the decedent's
estate must file their y(
claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS
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CIVIL ACTION

BANK OF AMERICA,
NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION,
Plaintiff,
CASE
N 0
46-2009-CA-007264
DIVI-
SION:'
NANCY ABOOD, et al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
NANCY ABOOD
LAST .KNOWN AD-
DRESS: 3 9 1 6
INDIAN TRAIL
DESTIN, FL 32541

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
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-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM- AN' IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN AD-,
DRESS: U N
KNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN


FIRST JUDICIAL C
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUN
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

CHASE HOME
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,

CASE
46-2009-CA-007545
vs.
DIVISION:

ORIS A. RINTALA
al,
Defendantss.

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
ORIS A. RINTALA
.LAST KNOWN
DRESS: 5 9
Wingspan Way C
view, FI 32536

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

ANY AND ALL
KNOWN PART
CLAIMING
THROUGH, UND
AND AGAINST
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DEFENDANTS) V
ARE NOT KNOWN
BE DEAD OR AL
WHETHER SAID
KNOWN PAR'
MAY CLAIM AN
TEREST AS SPOU
HEIRS, DEVISE
GRANTEES,
OTHER CLAIMANTS

LAST KNOWN
DRESS: U N
KNOWN
rURFIRNT An DDR.ES


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that; an action to fore- UNKNOWN
close a mortgage on YOU AREI NOTI
the following property YOU ARE NOTI
in OKALOOSA County, that an action to
Florida: close a mortgage
the following prop

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OKALOOSA COUNTY, PLAT THEREOF
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ING TO THE PLAT BOOK 22, PAC
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ceeding. or Shalimar (850)651-7497
(850) 651-7497 IMPORTANT

IMPORTANT I


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,


in accorcia
with the Americans v
Disabilities Act, I
sons with disabili
needing special
commodation to pa
ipate in this proceed
should contact Cc
Administration at 1
N. 'Eglin Park%
Shalimar, FL, 325
telephone num
(850) 651-7497, prior


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the estate of ALBERT 0
RAYMOND BROWN, Fl
deceased, is pending
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the address of which is of
1250 North Eglin Park- fe
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4 Courthouse Annex, Fl
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32579. The names and at
addresses of the Per- di
sonal Representative ra
and of the Personal 3(
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tiff's nu
ad- Respectfully submitted, 6E
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Suite. POST OFFICE BOX
Drida 947 '
orig- NICEVILLE, FL
ei- 32588-0947
on (850) 729-7440.
or Florida Bar No. 332471
Attorney for Personal
vi1i Representative
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ided 02/13/10
pe- 02/20/10

be Legal # 100969
each
ecu- IN THE CIRCUIT
rest- COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
and IN AND FOR
court OKALOOSA COUNTY,
bru- FLORIDA 1
CIVIL ACTION

BAC HOME LOANS
SERVICING, LP FKA
COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING LP,
Plaintiff, I

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rida
BRENT MERCER et ex
V-a al,
Defendantss. an
with

NOTICE OF ACTION
ance TO:
with WES FONTAINE cre
per- LAST KNOWN AD-
ities DRESS: 24 Gulf
ac- Breeze Court
rtic- Destin, FI 32541
ling .
court CURRENT ADDRESS:
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vard
FL, RISA GARNER
one LAST KNOWN 4
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sion GULF BREEZE COURT
pro- DESTIN, FL 32541
mar
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
nce KNOWN PARTIES 4
with CLAIMING BY,
per- THROUGH, UNDER, All
/ties AND AGAINST THE
ac- HEREIN NAMED INDI- sn
rtic- V I D U A L i
ling DEFENDANTS) WHO 10
court ARE NOT KNOWN TO 8
250 BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
vay, WHETHER SAID UN- ]
579; KNOWN PARTIES'
nber MAY CLAIM AN IN-
to TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES,


In. accordance
URRENT ADDRESS: with the, Americans with
NKNOWN Disabhilities Act er-


OU ARE NOTIFIED
hat an action to fore-
ose a mortgage on
he following property
OKALOOSA County,
lorida:

OT 6, EAST PASS
OWNHOMES PHASE
, ACCORDING TO
HE PLAT THEREOF
S RECORDED IN
LAT BOOK 7, PAGE
7, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF
KALOOSA COUNTY,
LORIDA

has been filed against
ou and you are re-
uired to serve a copy
f your written de-
anses, if any, on or
before 3-16-10, on
lorida Default Law
roup, RL., Plaintiff's
torney, whose ad-
ress is 9119 Corpo-
ite Lake Drive, Suite
00, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
al with this" Court el-
:er before service on
plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
e entered against you
r the relief demanded
the Complaint or pe-
ion.

his notice.: shall be
published once each
eek for two consecu-
ve weeks in the Crest-
ew News Bulletin. .

'ITNESS my hand and
e seal of this Court
n this 2 day of Febru-
y, 2010.

on W. Howard
lerk of the Court
y: Beth McDonald
s Deputy Clerk

voice to & Copy to:
orida Default Law
roup, PL.
O. Box 25018
impa, Florida
1622-5018
OUNTRYCAL-SPECFHL
C-F09069401
'See Americans with
sabilities Act
IPORTANT

In accordance
th the Americans with.
sabilities Act, per-
ns with disabilities
ceding special ac-
immodation to partic-
ate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at 101
lmes Lee Boulevard
ist, Crestview, FL,
2536-3515; telephone
imber (850)
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sons with disabilities
needing special ac-
commodation to partic-
ipate in this proceeding
should contact Court
Administration at ,1250
N. Eglin Parkway,
Shalimar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
.(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

02/13/10
02/20/10



Legal # 100967

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT, IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CASE NO.
10 cp 08

IN RE: ESTATE OF:
MARY MARIE TIMM,
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the estate of MARY MA-
RIE TIMM, deceased, Is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida,. Pro-
bate Division, the ad-
dress of which is 1250
North .Eglin Parkway,
Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida
32579. The names and
addresses of the Per-
sonal Representative
and of the Personal
Representative's attor-
ney dre set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and .other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, on whom
a copy of .this notice is
served, must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.

All other creditors of
the decedent- and other
persons. having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate, in-
cluding unmatured,
contingent or unliqui-
dated claims, must file
their claims with the
Court WITHIN 3'
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS AND OB-
JECTIONS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.

GARY ,'ALAN TIMM Per-
sonal Representative
383 3 Indian Trail
Destin, Florida 32541

The date of' first publi-
cation of this notice is
February 13,2010

MICHAEL A. JONES,
ESQ POST OFFICE
BOX 947 NICEVILLE,
FL 32588-0947
(850) 729-7440
Florida Bar No. 332471
Attorney for Personal
Representative

02/13/10
02/20/10


LEGAL#120480

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462010CA000122


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FILE NO:F09073785

WELLS FARGO BANK
NA,
Plaintiff,

vs.
THE UNKNOWN
HEIR S, D.E VISEES
GRANTEES, ASSIGN
EES, UENORS, CREDIT
TORS, TRUSTEES, 01
OTHER CLAIMANTS
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH,UNDER
OR AGAINST FRED
ABBOTT, DECEASED
at al,
Defendant(s),

NOTICE OF ACTION

TO:
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS, DE VISEES
GRANTEES, ASSIGN
EES, LIENORS, CREDIT
TORS,TRUSTEES,
OR 'OTHER CLAIM
ANTS CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH,UNDER
OR AGAINST FRED
ABBOTT,
DECEASED

LAST KNOWN AD
DRESS;U N
KNOWN

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY
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-
KNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST
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 QKALOQSA County,
Florida:
LOT 9, BLOCK A,
WOODLAND PARK ES-
TATES, ACCORDING
TO .THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 10, AT PAGE 28,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA:
has been filed against
you and 'you are re-
quired to ser,% a copy
of your written de-
fenses, if any, on or be-
fore March 8, 2010, on
Florida Default Law
Group, PL., Plaintiffs
attorney, whose ad-
dress is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida
33634, and file the orig-
inal with this Court ei-
ther before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or im-
mediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
in the' Complaint or pe-
tition.
This notice shall be
published once each
week for two consecu-
tive weeks in the Crest-
view News Bulletin.
WITNESS my hand and
the seal of this .Court
on this 25 day of Janu-
ary 10, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Court

By:Tiffany Gardner
As Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
Croup, PL. P.0, 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-


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or to the proceeding.

6/2010
13/2010

"GAL#120481
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
)KALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVML ACTION CASE
NO:462010CA000138

IAC. MORTGAGE,
Cf,
aintiff,


1100
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 Court Adminis-
tration at 1250 N. Eglin
Parkway, Shalimar, FL,
32579; telephone num-
ber (850) 651-7497,
prior to the proceeding.
2/6/2010


1 1100
decedent's estate on
whorrk a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
cow WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL' CLAIMS NOT


. THE UNKNOWN 2/13/2010 FILED WITHIN THE
- HEIRS, DEVISEES, TIME PERIODS SET
GRANTEES, : ASSIGN-. FORTH ,IN SECTION
. EES, UENORS, CREDI- LEGAL#120477 733.702 OF THE FLOR-
TORS, TRUSTEES, OR IDA PROBATE CODE
OTHER CLAIMANTS IN THE CIRCUIT WILL BE FOREVER
CLAIMING BY, COURT IN AND FOR BARRED.
THROUGH, UNDER, OKALOOSA COUNTY, NOTWITHSTANDING
OR AGAINST, CARRIE FLORIDA PROBATE THE TIME PERIODS
J. HOYT A/KIA CARRIE DIVISION CASE SET FORTH ABOVE,
. LEA i HOYT, DE- NO:09CP001118 ANY CLAIM FILED
. CEASED, et at, TWO (2) YEARS OR.
Defendantss. MORE' AFTER THE
IN RE: The Estate of DECEDENT'S DATE OF
NOTICE OF ACTION STEPHEN L. KALCH, DEATH IS BARRED.
deceased
TO: Date of the first publi-
THE UNKNOWN cation qf the Notice of
HEIRS, DEVISEES, NOTICE TO CREDI- Administration: Febru-.
GRANTEES, ASSIGN- TORS AND HEIRS :ary 13,2010. ..
EES, LIENORS, CREDI-
TORS, TRUSTEES, The administration of JASON. MOULTON
OR OTHER CLAIM- the estate of STEPHEN' 660 North Ferdon
ANTS CLAIMING BY, L. KALCH, deceased, Boule(rard, Sute A
THROUGH, UNDER, 'whose date. of death Crestview, Florida
OR AGAINST, CARRIE was May 21, 2008 is 32536(850)689-1474
L. HOYT I I" pending in the Circuit Florida Bar No.
A/KIA CARRIE LEA Court for Okaloosa 0150126 Attorney for
SHOYT DECEASED County, Florida, Pro- Petitiorler
AT bate Division, 101
LAST KNOWN AD- James Lee Blvd., Personal Representa-
DRESS:U N Crestview, Florida, tive: STUART J. MADI-
KNOWN, .32536. SON 11 ,Warbler Way
Crestview, Florida
CURRENT ADDRESS: The names and -ad- 32539 .
UNKNOWN dress of the personal .
AN AND AL representative : and the' STEVEN J. MADISON
A NOWYAND PARTLL p e r s o n .a 2 Whitehouse Drive
UNKNOWN PARTIES epresentative's?''aftor- Kingstone, Hereford
CLAIMING BY, ney are set forth below. shire HR29ERUK, .
.THROUGH, UNDER, '
AND AGAINST THE All creditors of the de- 2/13/2010
HEREIN NAMED INDI- cedent and other: per- 2/20/2010
V I 0D U A L sons having 'claims "-"---- _-
DEFENDANT(S) WHO against the decedent'sLEGAL#120485
ARE NOT KNOWN TO, estate must fileW their
BE DEADOR AUVE, claims with this, .court ADVERTISEMENT
WHETHER SAID UN- WITHIN 3 MONTHS FOR BID INVITATION
KNOWN PARTIES MAY AFTER THE DATE OF TO BID
CLAIM AN INTEREST THE FIRST PUBUCA- TBI

ASDEVISPOUSE, HEIRS, TON OF THIS 'NO- Handicap Accessibility
GRANTEES, OR Renovations to Crest-
OTHER CLAIMANTS ALL CLAIMS NOT' view Housing Authority
A.LL CIMSV Properties
A FILED WITHIN "' THE '
LAST KNOWN AD- TIME PERIODS .,SET The Crstew Housng
DRESS: U N FORTH IN SECTION Authority (CHA), Crest-
KNOWN 733 702 OF THE FLOR- '.
KNP33.2O TH FLO view, Florida is request-
CURRENT ADDRESS: DA PROBATE CODE ing bids from qualified,
UNKNOWN BARRWILL BE FOREVER responsible contractors
BARRED. interested in providing
YOU ARE NOTIFIED NOTWITHSTANDING construction services at
that an action to fore- TITE TIME PERIODSthority bltview Housing Au-
close a mortgage on S T M thority Eublic Housing
clothe a following proper SET FORTH ABOVE, Communities, within
the folKALOOSA County ANY CLAIM FILED the requirements of the
Rorida: Cut, TWO (2)-YEARS OR U.S. Department .of
THE EAST 5 FEET OF ORE AFTER THE Housing and Urban De-
THE EAST 5 FEET OF DECEDENT'S DATE OF velopment ("HUD")..
LOT 6 AND THE WEST DEATH IS BARRED.
9 .FEET OF LOT 5,
BLOCK B, PINE MEAD- The date of the first SCOPEOFWORK
OWS ADDITION NUM- publication of this No- Renovations to a .total
BER 3, PHASE 2, AC- twice is February 6, of 19 'public housing
PLAT THEREOF AS2010 units at four CHA prop-
RECORDED IN PLAT Attorne for Personal erties for handicap ac-
BOOK 7, PAGE 43, OF Attorneyfor Personal cessibility compliance.
THE PUBLIC REC Representative: All renovations shall be
ORDS OF OKALOOS Stanley K. Luke, Es- completed in accord-
CORDS OF LORIDA quire Florida Bar No. ance with the Uniform
COU FLORIDA. 0559024 RO. Box 776 Federal Accessibility
has been filed against Crtview FL 32536 Standards (UFAS): a
you and you ire re- (
quired to serve a copy Personal Representa- PROPOSLE SCED
of your written de- tive: Cheri Kalch
tenses, if any, on or be- 6110 Magnolia Lane February 14, 2010 Ad-
fore 35-10, on Florida Crestview, FL 32536 verlise invitation for Bid
Default Law Group, vertise Invitation for Bid
.RL., Plaintiffs attorney, '2/6/2010 February 15, 2010 Bid
whose address is 9119 2/13/2010 February 15 2010 Bid
Corporate Lake Drive, Documents ready for.
Suite 300, Tampa, Flor- pick-up
ida 33634, and file the LEGAL#120483
original with .this Court February 25, 2010
either before service on INTHE CIRCUIT Pro-bid Conference
Plaintiffs attorney or i- COURT IN AND FOR 11:00 A.M. CST
mediately thereafter; OKALOOSA COUNTY,
otherwise a default will FLORIDA PROBATE The pre-bid confer-
be entered against you DIVISION FILE ence, to be held at 371
for the relief demanded NO:10-CP-49 West Hickory Avenue,
in the Complaint or pe- IN ESTATE OF Crestview FL, is
ition. IN RE: ESTATE OF non-mandatory; how-
This notice shall be PROBATE DIVISION ever, bidders are
published once each GAYNELL MADISON, strongly encouraged to
week for two consecu- DECEASED. attend and to direct
tive weeks in- the Crest- any questions to
view News Bulletin. NOTICE TO CREDI- cgadei@geassociaescom .
WITNESS my hand and TORS All questions
the seal of this Court must be received five
on this 23 day of Janu- The administration of (5) days prior to the bid
ary, 2010. the estate of GAYNELL due date, and answers
MADIRSON deceased. will be issued to all nro-


traction at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Don W. Howard
Crestview, FL, Clerk of the Court
32536-3515; telephone.
number (850) By:Beth McDonald
689-5000, Extension Deputy Clerk
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shalimar Florida Default
(850) 651-7497 Group, PL. P.O
25018 Tampa,
IMPORTANT 33622-5018
In ,accordance with the
Americans with Disabil- IMPORTANT
ities Act, persons with In accordance wi
disabilities needing Americans with I
special accommoda- cities Act, persons
tion to participate in 'disabilities n
this proceeding should special accomr
contact Court Adminis- tion to participi
tration at 1250 N. Eglin this proceeding
Parkway, Shalimar, FL, contact Court A(


Law
. Box
Florida


ith the
Disabil-
s with
feeding
nmoda-
ate in
should
dminis-


whose date of death
was November 30,
2009, is pending In the
Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida, Probate Division,
the address of which is
Okaloosa County
Courthouse, Crestview,
Florida. The names
and addresses of the
co-personal represent-
atives and the
co personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against


spective bidders no
later than three (3)
days. prior to the due
date.

March 5, 2010 Bids are
due by 2:00 RM. CST.

Bids will be opened
and read publicly at the
offices of the Crestview
Housing Authority lo-
cated at 371 West
Hickory Avenue, Crest-,
view Florida 32536, at
exactly 2:00 P.M. CST.
No bids will be ac-
cepted after 2:00 P.M.
CST.

Prior to March 15, 2010
Contract Award

Bidders may pick-up a
copy of the bid docu-
ments in person for a
non-refundable fee of
$35.00 at 371 West
Hickory Avenue, Crest-
view, Florida 32536,
between 9:00 A.M. and
5:00 P.M., Monday
through' Friday, beginn-
ing February 15, 2010.

Bidders are hereby no-
tified that the project is
being funded with
funds from the Ameri-
can Recovery and Re-
investment Act of 2009
(the Act), and therefore,
products utilized in the
project will have to
meet the "Buy Ameri-
can" provisions of the
Act.

CHA RESERVES THE
RIGHT TO REJECT
ANY OR ALL BIDS IF
SUCH ACTION IS IN
THE BEST INTEREST
OF THE HOUSING AU-


THORITY AND TO
WAIVE ANY AND ALl
INFORMALITIES AND
MINOR IRREGULAR
TIES. THE CHA RE
SERVES THE RIGHT
TO CANCEL THE SO
CITATION FOR ANY
REASON IT DEEMS IS
IN THE BEST
INTEREST OF THE
AGENCY.

EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY
AN EQUAL OPPORTU
NITY EMPLOYER "THIS
INSTITUTION IS AN
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
PROVIDER"

2113/2010
2/20/2010

Legal # 100959

NOTICE OF APPLICA-
- TION FOR TAX DEED

2010 TD 000001 C


Notice is hereby given
that PPTS 100, LLC, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed
said. certificate for a Tax
Deed to be issued
thereon. The, certificate
number and year of is-
suancer the name in
which' the property is
assessed .and the de-
scription of the, prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 30b61 of
2007 Assessed to:
Charles '& Wanrda Tay-
lor
Description: SHOAL
TERRACE EST BL B
1.30: ,
Parcel ID#:
29-3N-23-2215-OOOB-
0300 -Opening Bid:
$47,629.12
All of said property be-
ing in the County of
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-
scribed in the certifi-
.cate will be sold to the
highest bidder In the
BCC Board Meeting
Room at the Okaloosa
County :Courthouse,
Crestview, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on' March 9,
2010. : '

.Dated this 26th day of
January, 2010..,
DON W. HOWARD .'
CLERK OF THE CIR-
CUlT COURTS
By: Usa L Gula, DC

01/30/10 -
02/06/10 -
02/13/10 '
02/20/10 .

LEGAL#120486

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA FILE
NO:2010CP00050C
DIVISION PROBATE

IN RE: ESTATE OF
CORA SUE HUBBLE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of
the estate of CORA
SUE HUBBLE, / de-
ceased, whose date of
death was October 21,
2009, and whose social
security number is
XXX-XX-XXXX, bearing
file number
2010CP00050C is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Okaloosa
County, Florida, Pro-
bate Division; the. ad-
dress of which is 101
James Lee Blvd East,
Crestview, Florida
32536. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative
and' the personal
representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All. creditors of. the dor
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands against
decedent's estate on
whom a copy of this
notice is required to be
served must file their
claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OP THE
FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR
30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OP THIS NO-
TICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of
the decedent and other
persons having claims
or demands against
decedent's estate must
file their claims with' this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OP THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS ,SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733,702 OF THE FLOR-
IDA] PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.

NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM
'FILED TWO (2) YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF'
DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publi-
cation of this notice is
February 13, 2010.

Attorney for Personal
Representative: A.
Wayne Williamson Flor-
da Bar No. 0115002
Welton & Williamson,
LC 1020 South
Ferdon Blvd Crestview,
Florida 32536 Tele-
phone: (850)682-2120

Personal Representa-
tive: William L. Hubble
406 John King Road
Crestview, Florida
12539-

2/13/2010
2/20/2010


3330 Restaurant/Hotel EVER HAV in house: Must have a
3340 Sporting Goods good rental record,
3350 Tickets (Buy & Sell) .good house keeper,
"311 N. Lincoln St.
"Tare offs on front door
with all requirements"
S3220 $500 + $300 dep call
865-5568
E m b~ .0, E the n yo, Crestview- 2bd 1ba,
pouin.n-aop~.S. nun, washer, dryer, stove,
or ~'.. n"U,, -Y. fridg. furnished $600.
(2) Bahamas bed plvm. yinr4hn mo. call 850-305-8515
couches and a corner ,*',p- moe. call 850-305-8515
table, $150 All like new onn THE PACTS ON CATS Crestvlew/MIIllgan &
never used. Oak rock- .-S. Baker- 1, 2, 3 & 4 BR
ing chair $50, swivel) Homes for Rent. Call
chair $510 !=...).- 682-4070, 830-2061,
ha $50 __. 682-1972.


I 1100 12 20 1 4100o
Legal#120484 Brand Name Kg Pillow- Certified
top Mattress & Box, in
Request for Proposal plastic, $240. Deliv Lifeguard
Legal Representation Avail. (850)255-3050 Needed $9.00 per hr,
for the Crestview 20 rs per week. @
Housing Authority (HA) Full size Mattress set, Krul Rec. area, Munson
Date: February 5,2010 n Mr plastic. Includes Call 957-6140 ext 101
box and warranty. Only
Section A. $135. 850-471-0330
SAdvertisement Mattress Queen Brand
Name Pillowtop, .w/ 4130
"The HA hereby re- foundation. New, $185. POSTAL &
quests proposals from Warrany. 471-0330 GOVTJOB
- qualified Legal Firms to Oak Table and Chino INFO FOR SALE?
provide legal represen- Cabinet, Dresser and
- station and represent chest, tile coffee table,
the HA in legal matters. endst. table and sofa auction
SStonB table. $500 OBO
Section B. 892-9861 You NEVER have to
Proposal Submisiion pay for information
Time and Place Sofa/Loveseat Leather about federal or postal
new in crate, sacrifice jobs. If you see a job
One signed original $785 retail $1899 .Can "guarantee", contact the
and two copies of the split. (850)471-0330 Fc7.
proposal must be sub- The FederalTrade
mitted to the Crestview 'h edlCommissionis
Housing Authority. and America's consumer
be received no later I 3230 protection agency.
than .3:00 P.M. local 4483 Antioch Rd, Sat-
time on February 19. urday, 7-11, www.ftc.gov/jobscams
2Q1Q. The envelope Multi Family 1-877-FTCrHELP
must have the follow- Baby furn, baby items,
Ing notation on the Outdoor playset A public service
/ bottom, left hand cor' household decor & lots message from the FTC
ner of the proposal, o shld and Your Florida
S"Proppeal .forr Legal of misc clothes & items Freedom Newspaper
SRepresentation En-
closed.".The'proposals
will be evaluated 3300 .
based. on the r
"Competitive Pro- -
posal" criteria estab-
lished In. the bid
packet. 'Proposals re- FOR SALE:' Elite 4X8
celved' after this date utility Trailer used once
and .time will not be ac- g.$500. Firm Call EAL ATE FOR
cepted. 'Facsimile 850-5b2-4030 '6100 Business
Copies will not be ac- commercial
cepted! All proposals 60110- Apartments
will become property 6120-BeachRentals
of the housing author- 8 130 Condo/Townhouse
Ity upon ,ubmisslon. Prom Gowns for Sale: B140,- House Rentals
Proposal packets can size 6 & 8, royal blue & 10 Roommate Wanted
be picked up at the hunter green in color. 6160 Rootis for Rent
ie piked ucpa at thePerfect condition. $275. 6170 Mobile Home/Lot
main office located at ..... cndR...' $2.. 0180 Out-of*Town Rentals
371 W. Hickory Ave- neg. For info call 0190oTmeshare Rentals *
nue, : Crestview, FL 682-9476 6200 Vacation Rentals
32536. Any questions, -
contact Sam Brunson, ,
ExecuTve .Director 'at V,6100
(85o0)682-2413, Ext 231.

2/1312010 Office Space
2/17/2010 Executive Offices in
McClain, Office
E # 2 4 Plaza. on Hwy 85.
LEGAL#120487 I Only 6 units left
S4100 Help Wanted Rate includes ALL
AUCTIONS 4130 Employment
In.- rd e i Information utilities, high speed
In 'accordance with internet, common
'Florida Statutes, Ad- area maintainance
Vanced Storage, Inc 1lo- 41010, and daily cleaning.
cated at 5180 S. I 4100 682-0791
Feraon Blvd Crest- _
view, FL, will offer for For Rent: Retail space
sale to the highest bid- on John King Rd. in
der the household and ADMINISTRATIVE Southgate Plaza. Rent
other goods stored in ASSISTANT for unfurnished unit. is
'the below' listed units. $625. mo. Furnished
Said goods'are to be Tired o f Commission office space ready to
rt s n t Ted of pCommissdonb
sold to- recover the income? Crestview move in $825. Call
rents. not paid'by th Real Estate agent hir- 651-9900 for Buddy or
tenants :: Ing Assistant. Cus- Sonya

'Advanced Storage I tomer. service & com-
9 puter skills required. L,
'. A u cense preferred. Salary
1. Kristy Matz depends o expert- 110
UnitC15 ence. Send confidential Crestvlew Free rent 1
n H ollanresume' to month Lg, 2BR/1BA
2.Joann Holland kwilhelm@bsc.net. Quiet, Gated, NO Pets.
UnitC 122 --Call 682-4990/585-5012
The sale shalltake Food Srvc/Hosptalty $550. mo + $500. DD

place on Saturday, 'All Positions Publisher's
February 20, 2010 at for Cracker Barrel of Notice
9:00 am -10:00 am at Crestview. Exp. and
Advanced Storage. Nights & weekends- a
must. 682-8804 Apply All real estate advertis-
2/13/2010 anytim EOE' ng in this newspaper is
2/17/2010 s anytime. EOEsubject to the Fair
Housing Act which
makes it illegal to ad-
vertise "any preference,
S' limitation or discrimina-
Help Wanted: Hair- tion based on race,
r 110S stylists and Nail Techs. color, religion, sex,
Booth .rental $50.00 wk handicap, familial status
Looking for nice Chris- for 2 mon. then $70.00 or national origin, or an
tian lade between per wl. 682-0031 intention, to make any
48-62 ad befweg Mus 974 0 such preference, limita-
48-62 yrs of age. Must 9740220 tion or discrimination"
have transportation, Install/Maint/Repair Familial status includes
Must love to work out- children under the age
'side. call 682-0868 HVAC Service of 18 living with parents
V Service or legal custodians,
Technician pregnant women and C
People securing cus-
.- ---- Exp a must Res. serv- tody of children under
/' ice & repair all types of 18.
HVAC Systems, EPA '
C. ert req,.NATE Cert. a This newspaper will not
\ plus. Apply at Gordon knowingly accept any
Air Conditioning, 3182 advertising for real es-
E HWY 90 Crestview tate which is in violation
a Bkground & drivil.g of the law. Our readers
Bkground & driving are hereby informed
record will be reviewed, that all dwellings adver-
Web id 34078744 tised in this newspaper
2100- Pets Loistics/Transort are available on a equal,
2110 Pels: Free to Logistics/firansport opportunity basis. To
Good Home complain of discrimina-
2120 Pet Supplies Driver tion call HUD toll-free at
210 Farm Animala Full ime opening for 1-800-669-9777. The
2140- uppliestock Driveri Icludes rans- toll-free number for the
2140 Pets/Livestock Driver, includes trans- hearing impaired is
Wanted porting to & from :the 1-800-927-9275.
2150 Pet Memorials airport. Fair compensa- 81
tion, No. charges ,to .' ,gf"
driver for runs on' Sun-
day. Call 240-0662 8 ..1
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Chihuahua puppies, Medical/Health -
ready March 7th. Ask- M a co
Ing $500 taking depos- Medical.Office' 1
its now 305-9502 Specialist r-- .- -
Cresvlew, ;, need Heart of
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Sson for busy muti doc- Jr. 2 br. 2 ba
t"it tor practice. Must have I 51150 mo
medical office exp. Ex- I All uhliles included. I
stron mB cellent computer skills, Fully lumished -
& strong multi tasking The Pa/ms of
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3120 Arts & Crafts Sales/Business Dev I ." '
3130 Auctions
3150- Building Supplies Hiring Locally, / i --- i
3160- Business This Week Itl
3170 Colecibles Liberty National Life
3180- Computers Insurance Company I I r
3190 Electronics Full Training Provided ,I I .
3200 Firewood. Potential of $60K+ i
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3220 FuGarage/Yard Sales Insurance & Pension I .
3240 Gunse/Yard Sales for those who Qualify. u
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3280- Maechinery/ J
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3200 Medical Equipment r-.
3300 Miscellaneous LT 6140 I
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100 Antique & Collectibles
8110- Cars
8120 Sports Utility Vehicles
130 Trucks
8140 Vans
8110 Commercial
1160 Motorcycles
8170- Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
1240 Boat & Marine
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8245 Boat Slips & Docks
1310 Aircraft/Avlallton
8320 ATVI0Of Road Vehicles
8330 Campers & Trailers
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7120 Commercial
7130 -.Condor/Townhouse.
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
7160 Mobile Homes/Lots
7170 Waterfront
7180 Investment
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News

& NOTES

SCHEDULE
Today
High school boys ,
basketball
District 1-1A tournament
at Laurel Hill, champion-
ship game, teams TBD,
7p.m.
District 1-2A tournament
at Freeport, championship,
game, teams TBD, 7 p.m..
District 2-5A tourna-
ment, at Niceville, cham-
pionship game, winner
Crestview/Fort Walton,
Beach vs. winner Mosley/
Niceville, 7 p.m.. I
High school wrestling .
Region 1-2A tournament
at Tallahassee
Tuesday.
High school baseball
Baker at Rocky Bayou
Christian, 6 p.m.
High school softball
South Walton at Crest:"
view, JV 4 p.m./V 6 p.m.
Baker at Chipley, JV
4 p'.m./V 6 p.m.
High school tennis
Pace at Crestview, 3:30
p.m.
Thursday
High school softball
Baker at Crestview, JV
4 p.m./V 6 p.m.
High school baseball
Crestview at Tate,
6 p.m.
High school tennis
Crestview at Milton,.
.3:30 p.m.
Friday
High school baseball
Choctawhatchee at
Crestview, 6 p.m. '
Fort Walton Beach at
Baker, JV 4 p.m./V
6:30 p.m.
High school softball
Gulf Breeze at Crest:
view, JV 5 p.m./V 7 p.m.

BRIEFS
Chautauqua 5K Run
and Fun Walk
The Chautauqua 5K Run.
and Fun Walk is sched-
uled for March 13.
Starting time is 8 a.m.
at the amphitheater on
Circle Drive in Defuniak
Springs.
To register, contact Chris
Guzowski at 892-5615
or by e-mail: dfswomans
club@gmail.com.
Crestview Dixie
Youth/NOYA
It is not too late to
sign up for Dixie Youth
baseball and softball. For
more information, call
Toni at 758-1414.
Traveling Eagles
The Traveling Eagles
Spring 2010.Registration
is open for baseball play-
ers who are league ages,
8-14 at www.traveling
eagles.com. The Eagles
are the premier travel
ball program in the area
dedicated to the develop-
ment of youths as more
than just the best baseball
players. The Traveling
Eagles have arranged for
the strongest coaching
lineup in the area, consist-
ing of former MLB players,
former college coaches
and high school coaches.
The Eagles won 18 tour-
nament championships in
2009. There is no regis-
tration or tryout fee. Call
Mike Wells at 897-2293
for more information.
Heavy Hitters
The Northwest Florida
Heavy Hitters 13U
baseball team is looking
for scrimmage games. If
interested, contact Melvin
at 902-6237 or Greg at
496-9235.
Crestview YMCA
The Crestview YMCA
needs coaches and refer-
ees for youth basketball
leagues for children ages
2-14. Registration for the
league continues through
March 10. For more
information, contact the
YMCA or call Glenn Scott
or Adora James at 689-
2999.


DISTRICT 1-1 A OPENER




Hoboes down




Rocky Bayou


Randy Dickson
randyd@crestviewbulletin.com
LAUREL HILL The time-test-
ed formula of balanced scoring
and solid defense worked just
fine Tuesday for.Laurel Hill..
Four Hoboes scored in
double figures, holding. Rocky
Bayou Christian to 39 points
through three quarters as
Laurel Hill opened the District
1-1A .boys basketball tourna-
ment with a 77-58 win over the
Knights.
Ethan Jackson and Issaic
Williams led the Hobo attack
with18 points each. Seth Strick-
land chipped in 15, and Jared
Pickron added 10. The perfor-
mance was more impressive
considering that the foursome
sat out the last six minutes of
the game as the Hobo backups
got some welcomed playing
time. ,
"We came out and just
wanted to make sure we were
playing as well as we hadbeen
the last few games with our in-
tensity up," Laurel Hill coach
Kent Zessin said. "We really
stressed keeping the intensity
up on defense. I felt like we set
'the tone of the game with our
defense and shot the ball pretty
well in the first half.
"Nothing against Rocky, but
they are down a little this year,
and sometimes you have a his-
tory of getting lazy a little bit."
Credit the Knights (6-19) for
stepping up early behind the
shooting of Aaron Cain, who
scored eight of his 16 points
in the first four minutes of the
game.
Ryan Burns added six of his
game-high 26 points in the pe-
riod for the Knights as well.
The RBCS pair couldn't keep
pace with a Hobo squad that
had all five starters score in the
quarter, led by Strickland's 10
points. A sixth Laurel Hill play-
er, Tyler Zessin, finished off the
scoring in the first quarter, .hit-
ting a long 3-pointer at the horn
to push the lead to 26-14.
"We knew we could work
the ball around and go to pretty
much who we wanted to with
our first five," Zessin said. "We
worked on some things and we
tried to do some little things,
but we. were just trying to keep
the intensity up."


Photos by RANDY DICKSON I Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill's Jared Pickron shoots from the baseline over
Rocky Bayou Christian's Victor Johns. -,..


Laurel Hill hit three 3-point-
ers in the first quarter, with
Strickland and Ryan Simmons
joining Zessin in hitting shots
from beyond the arch.
The Hoboes' long-range
shooting was just getting start-
ed as Laurel Hill connected on
11 3-pointers.
Williams finished the game
with four 3-pointers, two of
which he hit in the second
quarter.
Laurel Hill led 42-25 at the
half and 67-39 after the third
quarter.
Jackson, who had just two
points in the first half, exploded
for 11 points in the.third quar-
ter on three 3-pointers.
The Hoboes pushed the lead
to 32 points early in the fourth
quarter before Zessin emptied


the bench.
"It is a good win," Zessin,
a senior, said. "Everybody got
to play, and everybody came
out of the game healthy. The
next round is only going to get
tougher, and everything is go-
ing to get tougher from now on.
"It's win or go home, and
we have to be a winner Friday
night to make the state play-
offs."
The Hoboes were scheduled
to play Escambia Charter, a 73-
35 winner over Poplar Springs,
in the tournament semifinals
Friday at 7:30 p.m.
The District 1-1A champi-
onship game is set for 7 p.m.
tonight with the winner of Es-
cambia Charter/Laurel Hill
meeting the winner' of the Pax-
ton/Bethleheim game.

SCORES


Rocky Bayou Christian
14 11 14 19
Laurel Hill
26 16 25 10


Travon Calloway dishes off a passes in Laurel Hill's Disricti -
1A tournament win over Rocky Bayou Christian.


- 58

- 77


RBCS (58) Michael Standiord 1,'
Shown Mo.well 3, Ryan Bums 28, Vidor
Iohns 8, Aaion Coin 16, Ben Lusk 4
Totals 13 6 11-11 58.
LAUREL HILL (ll. lared Pickron
10, Ethan lockson 18, Tyler Zessin 3,
Seth Sni.kland 15, Tiavon Calloway 5,
RVon Simmons 5, Issia. Williams 18,
Chance King 3 foals 19 11 6-9 17


Does it feel



like baseball



season yet?

The calendar might say it's Feb. 13
and spring is a little more than a month
away, but as you read this, the first sure
sign that spring is just around the corner
is taking place here in Florida:;
Yes, boys district
basketball finals will be
decided tonight, and the
girls basketball teams are
well into their state play-
off schedules. But enough
of the winter outlook; the
high school baseball and
NORTH END softball seasons are get-
ZONE ting started, too.
Randy Dickson Evidently, the Florida
High School Athletic As-
sociation didn't get the memo that on
Feb. 2 the groundhog saw his shadow and
predicted a long winter. Not that it would
have mattered, because the so-called
spring sports here in Florida always get
started about six or seven weeks before
the official arrival of spring.
Anyone who knows me knows I love
baseball and enjoy softball:
There's just something about the
diamond sports that draw me to the back-
stop and hypnotize me with the flow of
the game. But as much as I look forward
to my times covering baseball and soft-
ball, I find it hard to get excited about the
prospects of another late winter evening
layered in sweatshirts and jackets while
I hope l'll have enough feeling in my fin-
gers to type out a story on deadline.
So what is the answer?
Laurel Hill has a good idea ,y starting
the softball season late in the month, but
the drawback to that is sometimes the
Hoboes have a shorter schedule than oth-
er teams in the area. And when a sched-
ule is late-season heavy with games in
March and April, the prospects of losing
more games come into play with makeup
dates and rainouts.
The fact is, there are no easy answers
to the cold-weather problem.
Maybe teams could schedule games
earlier in the day. The players and spec-
tators might stay warmer, but the stands
wouldn't be nearly as full, as parents who
are working wouldn't be able to attend
the games.
So maybe Saturday doubleheaders
would work. Maybe, but pitching in base-
ball is always an issue, and sometimes
early in the season a coach might not
have enough arms ready to play a double-
header.
The most obvious solution would be
starting the season two or three weeks
later. The drawbacks there are we still
have cold days and nights in late Febru-
ary into late March. Another problem
would be scheduling state tournaments
in late May that wouldn't interfere with
graduation ceremonies for schools across
the state.
Finally, there is the matter of conflicts
between baseball and spring football.
Granted, not every baseball player plays
football, but enough do that it could cause
problems. And many baseball coaches
double as assistant football coaches, so
that could be an issue.
My only solution is to just keep do-
ing what we've been doing the past few
years, and that's to bundle up, drink
plenty of hot chocolate and wait for the
warm weather.
We can also be thankful that we don't
live in the Northeast, where the snow has
pushed thoughts of spring all the way to
July.
Just a reminder to middle school and
high school baseball and softball coach-
es, if you haven't returned your informa-
tion sheets to me, I need them ASAP


Atlanta Motor Speedway to offer 2,000 cheap tickets


Special to the News Bulletin
Atlanta Motor Speedway will
sell 2,000 tickets to the Kobalt
Tools 500 priced to reflect the
winning car number from this
Sunday's Daytona 500.
One thousand tickets will be
for sale at the Speedway's ticket
office beginning.at 7:30 a.m. Mon-
day, Feb. 15, while 1,000 additional
tickets will be made available
online and via phone beginning
at 9 a.m. to better accommodate
fans. Fans will be limited to two
tickets at the special reduced
price.
For those who miss out on the


initial offering, the Racing Rou-
lette 50-Hour Sale will continue
through 9:30 a.m. Wednesday,
Feb. 17, and fans can purchase
additional tickets at a discount
- buy one regularly priced ticket
($85) and get the second ticket for
the price of the winning Daytona
500 car number. _
In previous years, Atlanta Mo-
tor Slpeedway has sold tickets for
$12 following Ryan Newman's 2008
win and for $17 after Matt Kens-
eth won the event a year ago.
"With Mark Martin and the No.
5 car on the pole and a number
of other low-numbered cars run-
ning well, we're eager to see how


the Racing Roulette plays out this
year," said Ed Clark, Atlanta Mo-
tor Speedway president and gen-
eral.manager.
If a car numbered greater than
No. 50 wins the Daytona 500, the
promotional price will be- set at
$50 to commemorate Atlanta Mo-
tor Speedway's 50th Anniversary
in 2010.
Call Atlanta Motor Speedway
Ticket Office at 770-946-3917 or 877-
9-AMS-TIX, or visit www.atlanta
motorspeedway.com.
Children ages 12 and younger
will be admitted free on Saturday,
March 6, for the Atlanta 200 NAS-
CAR Camping World Truck Series


race, and the final two rounds of
practice for Sunday's big show-
down.
Atlanta Motor Speedway will
play host to a Daytona 500 viewing
party at Andretti Indoor Karting
& Games in Roswell on Sunday,
Feb. 14, to start the 2010 NASCAR
season in style.
Fans will have the opportunity
to watch the NASCAR season's
first race at Andretti Indoor Kart-
ing wvith Atlanta Motor Speedway
staff, and the party will also feature
Kobalt Tools 500 ticket giveaways,
food and drink specials, and com-
petitive karting (www.andretti
karting.com).


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