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Maybe it's the plethora
of yard signs littering our
roads. Maybe it's the hot
topics of a half-cent sales
tax or a race for sheriff
that's heating up. Whatev-
er is motivating voters, it's
already driven them to the
polls in increased numbers,
and the primary election
isn't even until Tuesday.


"Our percentage of
early voting is higher than
Miami-Dade County," ob-
served Okaloosa County
Supervisor of Elections
Paul Lux. "They are aver-
aging just 121 people per
site per day. We actually
have been averaging about
141 per day per site. We are
definitely outperforming
them.
"Down there, they are
complaining: about the


costs," Lux said. "'Why do
we have these sites open if
no one is voting?"'"
Lux also observed that
many more voters are bet-
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April 2009. When the city's current land
use map went into effect in 2007, it was dis-
COvered that several landowners lost their
properties' agricultural zoning.
Some feel the developer of the failed
Harmony Village housing project, origi-
nally planned for the rolling hills across
State Road 85 from city hall, was behind
the change of zoning.
"The citizens had no say-so," Mayor
Joan Smith said. "It was either the devel-
oper's way or no way. It was all pushed
down our throat. We were just not treated
well."
"The people got lost in" the zoning pro-
cess because special interests planned
the revised zoning with Harmony Village
in mind, Jones said. "The developer want-
ed mixed use."
Blackshear agreed that the zoning re-
See EAR A3


ALL EARS: Consultant Pat Blacks hear discusses Laurel
Hill's Evaluation and Appraisal Report. The city
council unanimously voted to hire Blackshear to
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A Crestview businessman has lev-
ied allegations of racism, harassment
and false arrest in a federal lawsuit
filed against the top two members of
the Crestview Police Department.
Attorneys for Kenneth Jerome
Siler, c -own r of Sile r& oslac. ia
against Crestview police Maj. Joseph
Floyd and Chief Brian Mitchell in the
U.S. District Court in Pensacola.
The lawsuit alleges that Floyd false-
ly arrested Siler in 2008 and filed a po-
lice report that "contained misleading
and false information."
"The Crestview Police Department
violated his rights, and as a result, he
suffered for it and is seeking damages
as compensation," Siler's Pensacola-
based attorney, Eric D. Stevenson,
said.
Siler declined media interviews,
Stevenson said.
In a written statement, Mitchell said
the allegations "have no merit" and
that he is looking forward to defending
the lawsuit in court.
"Unfortunately anyone at any time
can gaccue an gageny or company of
impropriety and we, as public servants,
are charged to defend our actions,"
Mitchell wrote.
"We are definitely going to fight it
and the truth will come out in the trial,"
FlOyd said.
At issue is an Aug. 29, 2008, incident
on Main Street in downtown Crest-
view where Floyd arrested Siler and
charged him with battery on a law en-
forcement officer and resisting an offi-
cer without violence. Okaloosa Circuit
Judge William Stone later dismissed
the charges.
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and Appraisal Report, required by state
law before any adjustments can be made
to the city's land use and zoning maps, is
under way. Pat Blackshear, who ran the
Okaloosa Growth Management depart-
ment "for many years," unanimously was
hired to complete the EAR.
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in 2008 with the state Department of Com-
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NORTH OKALOOSA
KNIGHTS OF COLUM/BUS
DINNER: The charity dinner
fundraiser of Council 7968 will be
held Saturday, Aug. 21, from 4:30-
7:30 p.m. at 701 E. James Lee
Blvd. in Crestview. Spaghetti
and meatballs, or fried catfish
with hush puppies, french fries,
cheese grits and coleslaw will
be served. Both meals include
salad and dessert. Cost is $7 for
adults, $5 for preteens and free
for children younger than 5.
SONS OF ITALY: The
Order Sons Of Italy In America
is starting a new chapter
in Crestview. All people of
American-Italian heritage
are welcome to join. Meet
new friends and make lasting
friendships as you continue
to enhance the cultural
contributions Italians have made
before and since their arrival
on the shores of this wonderful
experience called America. For
more information, call 585-3166.
HIV/AIDS TESTING: now
available every two weeks at
Mount Zion A.M.E. Church,
502 McDonald St., Crestview.
Testing takes place every
second Saturday from 10 a.m. to
noon and every fourth Saturday
from 2-4 p.m. Call the church
at 398-6985 on Wednesdays for
more information.
EXCHANGE CLUB OF
CRESTVIEW: meets the second
and fourth Thursday of each
month at First Presbyterian
Church Fellowship Hall. Come
see what the Exchange Club is
all about. For more information,
call President Sharlene Cox at
682-6824.
NURSES REUNION: All
nurses, ward clerks and CNAs
who worked at Crestview
Memorial Hospital and North


Okaloosa from 1969-1999 are
invited to attend a reunion at
Ryan's restaurant in Crestview.
The reunion will be held
Saturday, Aug. 21, at 1 p.m.
Lunch is atyourexpense.
For more details, call Mae
Reatha Coleman at 682-5518 or
Elizabeth (Dee) Stager at 689-
8498.
ZUM/BA FUNDRAISER:
PASCO is sponsoring a ZUMBA
fundraiser for the Cheer
Zone Rockets All-Star Cheer
Team from 6-8 p.m. Aug. 28 at
the Davidson Middle School
cafeteria. Cost is $10. Children's
activities are available for an
additional $5. For details or to
register in advance, call 305-2165
or 259-4339.
SUPPER FUNDRAISER:
Paxton Ruritan Club will hold
a spaghetti supper Friday, Aug.
27, from 4:30-7 p.m. at the Town
Hall in Paxton. Spaghetti, salad,
bread, tea and dessert will be
available for $5 a plate, dine-in
or takeout.
New members are invited
to join the Ruritan club, which
supports the community with
several projects throughout
the year. For details, ask any
member at the supper or call
President Missy Bolen at 834-
5606.
CREATIVE ARRANGERS
GUILD: Valparaiso Community
Library and Valparaiso Garden
Club are sponsoring a new
Creative Arrangers Guild. The
group will meet the first Friday
of each month (September
through April) from 9-11 a.m.
at the Valparaiso Community
Library, 459 Valparaiso Parkway.
All sessions will be taught
by accredited flower show
judges. During each session,
the instructor will demonstrate
a floral design, after which
students will construct their own
designs. All classes are free,


but students must bring their
own equipment and materials.
The class is open to all who
are interested, and no previous
experience is necessary.
The first session is Sept.
3. Marie Harrison will
demonstrate traditional line
and line mass designs. Call
the library at 729-5406 or e-
mail marieharrisonevalp.
net to register and to request
a copy of supplies needed for
the first session. The class is
limited to 30 participants, so
advance registration is required.
Nonregistered participants will
be admitted if space is available.
ANNUAL YARD SALE:
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary, Post
5450 of Crestview, is having its
annual yard sale to raise money
to for the prostate cancer fund
of the American Cancer Society.
The sale will be from 7 a.m. to
noon Sept. 11 at the post's 2240
W. James Lee Blvd. address in
Crestview. Donations can be
made to LAVFW 5450. If you
have good usable items you
would like to donate for this
cause, call Lynn Mobley at 682-
5552, 537-3375 or 978-0685.
MOUNTAIN DULCIM/ER
GROUP: meets every Thursday
from 2-4 p.m. at First Baptist
Church. Come listen or play;
beginners are welcome. Details:
Marlin Bass, 682-3165.
CRESTVIEW BY NIGHT: If
you have an after-5 p.m. public
event in the Crestview area
that you would like mentioned
in the News Bulletin and on
our website, please e-mail the
details, along with a contact
name and phone number, to
okpublishingecrestviewbulletin.
com.
CRESTVIEW LIBRARY:
The Crestview Public Library,
1445 Commerce Drive in
Crestview (682-4432 or www.
cityofere stview.o rg/library.


htm), is hosting the following
activities:
*The library is an early
voting site for both the August
primary and the November
general election. For more
elections information, go to
www.govote-okaloosa.com.
*The Friends of the
Crestview Library are asking for
donations of used books and
movies on VHS and DVD for
the book sale in October. Books
and movies will be accepted
at the library. All types of
hardbound and paperback books
are needed, but not magazines.
*The Sept. 7 First Tuesday
program "Galileo and Global
Warming" starts at 10:30 a.m.,
with coffee and cookies served
starting at 10 a.m.
OKALOOSA COUNTY
BUDGET MEETINGS:
Crestview meetings are held in
the Okaloosa County Courthouse
at 101 E. James Lee Blvd. in
Crestview. The last meeting in
Crestview is a Sept. 21 public
hearing at 6 p.m.
Fort Walton Beach meetings
are held in the Water and Sewer
Building's large conference
room on the third floor at 1804
Lewis Turner Blvd. Dates and
times are: Sept. 9 public hearing
at 6 p.m.
Agendas are available at
www.co.okaloosa.fl.us.
CAC VOLUNTEERS:
Emerald Coast Children's
Advocacy Center is recruiting
new volunteers. An orientation
session is scheduled at the
center Sept. 1 at 6 p.m. The
CAC helps to prevent child
abuse, protect children and
restore the lives of child abuse
victims. "What's great about
volunteering with us is that
there are so many opportunities
to help based on your interests
and availability," Volunteer and
Community Events Coordinator


Katie Crowell said.
Attendees are asked to RSVP
for the orientation by contacting
Crowell at 833-9237, ext. 222,
or katieeeccac.org. Light
refreshments will be served.
TOASTMASTERS: The
Crestview Toastmasters club
meets the second Tuesday of
every month from 6-7 p.m. at
Lundy & Bowers, 296 S. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview. Details:
Kathy Morrow, 865-6993.
BLOOD DRIVES: As part
of the Drive For Life giveaway,
all blood donations made to
The Northwest Florida Blood
Center between now and Dec.
31 are automatically entered
into the drawing for a 2010 Kia
Soul automobile donated by Kia
Autosports General Manager
Jessica Lee in Pensacola.
The drawing will be held in
January. Call 434-2535 for more
information or e-mail Betty
Roberts at broberts~fbsblood.
org.
RED CROSS: Current
classes and other Red Cross
events in North Okaloosa
County are listed below. Call
800-773-7620, ext. 0, or visit www.
yourredeross.org to register.
The Crestview Red Cross office
is at 4100 S. Ferdon Blvd,
Suite A.
*First Aid with CPR/AED-
Adult & Child and CPR-Infant:
Aug. 21, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in
Crestview and Milton
*Annual 5K run/walk: Aug.
28 at the Fort Walton Beach
Landing. Registration is $20
per person, and the run will be
followed by a free Rmn Run for
the kids after the main event.
An after-party will be held at the
Magnolia Grill. Details: 882-8548.
Proceeds from this race go to
Red Cross of Northwest Florida,
supporting Eglin Air Force
Base, Hurlburt Field and our
neighboring community.


Ask your Advertising Representative about our Color
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and Online packages.
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Special to the News Bulletin

The Crestview City
Council will have a 5 p.m.
workshop meeting Monday,
Aug. 23, followed by the
regular council meeting at
6 p.m. at City Hall on Wil-
son Street. The workshop
is for a review of Ordinance
No. 1439 Providing for a
scheduled increase in fees
in Section 102-352 (Admin-
istrative Fees) Admin-
istrative Services Depart-
ment.
The agenda for the coun-
cil meeting:
1. Approval of Consent
Agenda.
2. Presentation of Ser-
vice Award Mayor Ca-
dle.
3. New Business:


a. Resolution No. 10-09
Amending the budget
to more accurately re-
flect estimated revenues
and appropriations City
Clerk.
b. Resolution No. 10-10
(Out of City Sewer at 1001
Industrial Drive, Okaloosa
County, Florida). Request-
ed by Belinda Gibbons,
business owner, and Gary
McMorrow, property own-
er. (Note Property will be
contiguous with Crestview
City Limits).
c. Request for accep-
tance and award of contract
to Griner Drilling for water
well No. 3 pump conversion
- Public Services.
4. Mayoral Report.
5. Business from the
Floor.


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vision was unfortunate but pointed out until the
EAR is filed with the state, the city is prohibited
from changing any land use, even to return it to
the original usage.
"Leave the land uses as they are" for now,
Blackshear advised. "Move forward and get the
EAR done first."
After 35 years in the community planning busi-
ness, Blackshear said she understands landown-
ers' concerns.
"The last thing you want to do is upset the
landowners," she said. "They want to know what
the zoning is and is it going to stay. If it's going to
change, they want to be the one making the rec-
ommendation."
"I guess this means we lost all our agriculture
land, which our citizens tried so hard to get," ob-
served Smith sadly. "There were some citizens
who were told they would have to get rid of their
horses."
While preparing the EAR, Blackshear said she
believes some minor adjustments can be made,
paying the way toward returning the agricultural
use designations once the EAR is accepted by the
DCA and the rezoning process can commence.
"I feel we can tweak some of the language of
these categories without changing the actual land
use," Blackshear said. "I think that's the better
way to do it than to start taking land use away."
The first stage would be to get the EAR report
filed and get the city in compliance, Blackshear
said. The next stage would be addressing zon-
ing tweaks. Nothing can be done until the EAR
report is filed "because you're past due," Black-
shear said.
One of the "tweaks" Blackshear recommend-
ed is "to strengthen the infrastructure policies,"
she said. "Developers should pay for infrastruc-
ture and not the city. Strengthen the policies to
better protect the city."
Although Blackshear's original estimate for
her services was $19,000, she lowered her fee to
$16,000. The city's actual cost would be $14,000
because assistance from Okaloosa County would
help cover preparation of some documents. She
agreed to start immediately to stretch the project
- and its cost over two fiscal years. The city's
2011 fiscal year starts in October.
Blackshear also assured community leaders
that the public's input would be included through
open hearings as the EAR process continues.
"Let me make real clear; I work for you,"
Blackshear stressed. "You will make the final de-
cision of what is in the EAR report.
"It's about what's best for Laurel Hill. This city
wants it done right," she said. "This time next
year, you will feel much happier about the city's
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ter informed and prepared
than in some elections. But
as this is a primary election,
by Florida law, voters can't
cast ballots outside of races
within the party in which
they are registered.
"Mostly I hear from the
ones who come prepared
to vote in a particular race
and then find they cannot
because they are registered
in a different party," Lux
said. "The sheriff 's race and
school vote is driving every-
body's interest. Just from
what I've seen and heard,
that seems to be the overrid-
ing concern."
After the first week of
early voting concluded, 2,528
people had voted. By mid-
week, more than 1,000 addi-
tional votes had tumbled in.
"We have received more
than 3,800 people, which is
only 700 short of the high-
est voting in a primary," Lux
said Wednesday. "My suspi-
cion is we will break that re-
cord today, and we still have
three more days of early vot-
ing to go."
So far, approximately 3
percent of Okaloosa Coun-
ty's registered voters have
voted early, and 3.5 percent
have voted absentee, Lux
said.
"Compare that to not
quite 6 percent in the 2008
primary and 6.5 percent in
2006," he said. "We've almost
reached the 2006 percent-
age."
By Friday morning, the
tally was up to 5,254 early
votes cast, or 7.8 percent of
registered voters.
Today is the last day to
cast an early ballot. Early
voting has been going on
for the past two weeks. If a
voter hasn't voted yet, then
he or she must do so during
Tuesday's regular primary
election day.
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are open from 7 a.m. to 7
p.m.," Lux reminded voters.
"Anybody in line at the end
at 7 gets to vote. If you're
pulling into the parking lot at
your polling place at 6:55 and
are afraid the polls will close
before you get to the front of
the line, that's no reason to
not go."
Based on the increased
numbers Lux has seen vot-
ing early and absentee, he
has revised his original esti-
mate of voter turnout in the
primary election.
"I think we're heading for
between a 35 and 40 percent
turnout," Lux said.

Read more election cov-
erage on page B4 in today's
New;s Bulletin and on our
website, www.crestviewbul-
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The lawsuit alleges Siler
was walking with his daughter
on Main Street and saw a man
on a park bench being treated
by paramedics when Floyd ran
a stop sign in his personal car
while responding to the scene.
Siler told Floyd he saw him
run the stop sign, and the law-
suit alleges that Floyd crossed
the street and confronted him.
"Floyd then placed his hand
on the plaintiff's (Siler's) chest
and attempted to push the plain-
tiff," the lawsuit states. "The
plaintiff removed Floyd's hand
from his chest."
In an arrest report, however,
Floyd accused Siler of interfer-
ing with a crime scene. Accord-
ing to the report, Floyd was re-
sponding to a call of a man police
believed might attempt suicide
- the man on the park bench
- who reportedly became com-
bative and was shot with a Taser
gun by another officer to be sub-
dued.
Floyd said he was driving an


unmarked police car and was
within his legal rights to run the
stop sign while responding to an
active call.
The man was being loaded
into an ambulance when Siler
yelled, "I saw you run that stop
sign Floyd," Floyd stated in the
arrest report.
"When Siler arrived at the
rear of the ambulance, I advised
him he was in a crime scene and
to continue to move on," Floyd
wrote in the report.
Floyd told Siler he was hin-
dering officers and firefighters
and that he would be arrested if
he did not leave, according to the
report.
Siler and Floyd reportedly
then walked toward each other.
"I placed my hand on Siler's
chest to maintain distance and
I advised him again that he was
going to be arrested if he did not
leave the area," Floyd wrote.
"Siler then slapped my hand and
took an aggressive posture, yell-
ing, 'Don't put your hands on me.


You can't touch me. I'm gonna
sue you now. This is a lawsuit
here."'"
The incident was not the first
encounter between the two men.
The lawsuit alleges that Siler
complained of "excessive force"
during a February 2008 incident
when Floyd arrested a black
man and that after the complaint
Siler "became a target of harass-
ment by Floyd."
The lawsuit alleges that
Floyd was told by Siler not to
enter a vacant lot he owned at
the intersection of Martin Lu-
ther King Jr. Avenue and Book-
er Street but did so on April 29,
2008.
According to a police report,
Floyd and another officer wit-
nessed a man, who they sus-
pected might be carrying drugs,
throw something on the ground
on Siler's property.
The officers pulled into the en-
trance to the fenced-in property,
blocking the entrance, to search
for drugs when Siler pulled in be-


hind them and refused to move
so they could leave, the police
report states.
"Siler continued to be ag-
gressive and belligerent until he
moved his vehicle after approxi-
mately 15 minutes of keeping
us blocked in," according to the
report.
The lawsuit states, however,
that Siler asked Floyd to call
Mitchell "so Mitchell could per-
sonally assess what Floyd was
doing" and that he was waiting
for the police chief to arrive.
Floyd stated in his report that
Siler "hindered and obstructed"
police officers.
According to the lawsuit,
Floyd applied for an arrest war-
rant. The criminal case was dis-
missed by the state attorney's
office after Siler completed con-
ditions outlined in a deferred
prosecution, according to the
Okaloosa County Clerk of Courts
website.
Siler is black, and his lawsuit
further alleges the incidents


were "racially motivated" and
that Mitchell failed to act on
complaints against Floyd.
"Mitchell intentionally, know-
ingly and recklessly failed to su-
pervise and control on a continu-
ing basis the defendant, Floyd,
thus allowing racially motivated
arrests without probable cause
to occur," the lawsuit states.
The lawsuit seeks damages
against Mitchell and Floyd in-
dividually and in their "official
capacity."
The lawsuit states only that
damages in excess of $15,000 will
be sought. The actual amount
Siler is seeking could be much
higher, Stevenson said.
Stevenson said federal law-
suits typically move fairly quick-

"My guess is that it will be
wrapped up within a year," Ste-
venson said.
"Again, we look forward to
bringing the truth to light and
our day in court," Mitchell wrote
in his statement.


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* Tulane University Law School 1981
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A4 I Crestview News Bulletin


Local


Special to the News Bulletin
Mr. Randy and Mrs. Cheryl White
of Milton are happy to announce the
future marriage of their daughter,
Kimberly L. White, to Phillip M.
Pannasch, son of Mr. Steve and Mrs.
Pamela Pannasch of Crestview.
Kimberly is a 2008 graduate of
Milton High School and received her
Associates of Art degree in May 2009
from Pensacola Junior College. She
is a year away from graduating from
the University of West Florida with
a Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration and a minor in
Accounting.
Phillip is a 2005 graduate of
Crestview High School and joined
the U.S. Navy in August 2009. He is
currently serving at NSA Norfolk as an
Information Systems technician and is
working towards finishing his degree
and various certifications.
The couple will be married at
6:30 p.m. at the Garden Center in
Pensacola on Friday, Sept. 17, 2010.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
Kimberly White and Phillip Pannasch
will be married next month.


SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN
Newlyweds Lyndsey and Davin Hand were married in Florala. The couple lives in
South Walton County.

JOhnson and Hand united in marriage


Special to the News Bulletin

Lyndsey Johnson and Sgt. Davin Hand
were married on Nov. 28, 2009, at the First
Presbyterian Church of Florala, Ala.
Lyndsey is the daughter of Dr. Joe
and Mrs. Karen Johnson of Paxton, the
granddaughter of Mr. Arthur and Mrs.
Estelle Felgenhauer of Crestview, and
Mrs. Reba Johnson of Kinston, Ala., and
the late Tank Johnson.
Davin is the son of Mr. Dannie Joe and
Mrs. Sheila Hand of DeElmiak Springs,
and the grandson of Mrs. Lunette Yancey
of Bonifay, and the late Mr. Charles Earl
Yancey, the late Mr. James Hand, and the
late Mr. Howard and Mrs. Peggy Johnson.
Lyndsey graduated from the
University of Houston in May with a
Master's of Music in Vocal Performance.
While in Houston, Lyndsey performed
five principal roles in the fully staged
opera productions, sang in master
classes with distinguished teachers
and artists, and worked closely with
current opera composers, directors
and teachers. She has performed with
many local organizations throughout her
life including the Florida Chautauqua
Theater, orchestra, and show choir
groups, Grit & Grace, and the Okaloosa-
Walton College's show choir, Madrigals,
and symphony chorus. Lyndsey
completed her bachelor's degree at Berry
College in Rome, Ga., and also in vocal
performance, and is glad to be home
again performing with the Northwest
Florida Symphony Orchestra this season
as a soloist in Puccini's "Madame
Butterfly."
Davin is proudly serving his eighth
year in the United States Army. During
his five years on active duty, he served


in Korea and Afghanistan. He joined
the Army Reserves to pursue a college
education in Atmospheric Sciences and
Meteorology. He is currently working
his third season with the South Walton
Fire District Surf Rescue Division as
a lifeguard on the beaches of Walton
County. He has received many honors
and distinctions in his career, as well
as placing in competitions, such as
Top Military Team in the Southeastern
SWAT Competition and brigade winner
in the Army Warrior Competition. After
finishing his bachelor's, Sgt. Hand
plans on continuing his military career
as an active duty commissioned officer.
The couple resides in South Walton
County.


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Mai and Cobb to wed

Special to the News Bulletin
Robin Eubanks and Mark Mai, both
of Destin, are proud to announce the
engagement of their daughter, Lauren
Mai, to Destin Cobb, son of John and
Sharon Cobb, also of Destin.
Lauren graduated from Fort Walton
Beach High School and is currently
working toward a nursing degree at
b~Northwest Florida State College.
Destin also graduated from Fort
Walton Beach High School. He then
graduated from the Fisher School of
.Accounting at the University of Florida,
and is currently a certified public
accountant for Carr, Riggs & Ingram.
The couple will be married Oct. 23,
*2010, at the Kelly Plantation Golf Club.

Lauren Mai and Destin Cobb are
planning an October wedding.
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From the bleak economy, plus the onerous req uirements of the
2002 Class-Size Amendment to the Constitution which now
must be fully implemented.
Here is a grim example: An elementary school could have two
first grade classes with 18 students in each. If one new child
Q moves to town and enrolls in that school, the Principal must
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on November 2. Amendment 8 offers needed flexibility to our
schools by changing requirements from per-class maximums to
school-wide averages, saving dollars and disruptions.
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Saturday, August 21, 2010


Local


crestview News Bulletin I AS


Brian Hughes
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Any naughty connota-
tions aside, the French
term manage a trois, liter-
ally, "a household of three,"
applies nicely to the long
friendship that both Crest-
view and Niceville have
shared with the French is-
land town of Noirmoutier-
en-l'ile.
On Aug. 7, representa-
tives from both Okaloosa
County cities met at North-
west Florida State College
to discuss formalizing the
relationship. Combining
the resources of both Flor-
ida communities is logical,
the group areed,suloclu in

to France and more hosts
when the French groups
visit Northwes tFoidha.ci-

ies have already enjoyed
previous cultural and edu-
cational exchanges with
Noirmoutier:
*Northwest Florida
State College Soundsations
show-choir members and
Madrigals singers perform
in Noirmoutier every two
years.
*In May, five people
from Niceville joined a con-
tingent from Crestview at
Noirmoutier's celebration
of the 65th anniversary of
the end of World War II.
*Crestview High School
French Club students pe-
riodically stay with Noir-
moutier families for multi-
week exchanges.
*Last fall, 40 residents
from Noirmoutier, includ-
ing 20 students, spent two
weeks in Crestview, stay-
ing with local host families,
including some from Nicev-
ille.
Among those meeting at
NWFSC were Dr. Cliff Her-
ron, head of the college's
fine and performing arts
division, who organizes the


BRIAN HUGHES | Crestview News Bulletin
REMINISCING: Members of the Crestview and Niceville
sister cities organization, from left, Niceville High
School French teacher Monika Dombrowski, Joe
and Pam Coffield from Crestview, and Crestview
HieghC hoo Frenchb tahfr m i rLanoue,t xatmine
Noirmoutier.


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Law enforcement officers inspect a tractor-trailer rig for possible hiding spots
for illegal drugs or contraband during a recent training exercise.



Sheriff s office co-sponsors



drug interdiction training


choirs' performances in
France, and Monika Dom-
browski, formerly a French
teacher at Crestview High
School, who now teaches
the language at Niceville
High School.
Chris Lanoue, the cur-
rent CHS French instruc-
tor, extolled the virtues of
the educational exchanges
her students have experi-
enced, piquing the interest
of Dombrowski.
"The kids could take a
packaged tour," Lanoue
said, "but nothing beats the
experience of staying in a
home with a French fam-
ily."
Crestview sister city
organization president
Jim Mills, treasurer Pam
Coffield and her husband,
Joe, described the activi-
ties the Florida and French
communities have shared.
Events have included spe-
cial dinners, excursions
and sightseeing.
"They go all out when
we visit," Mills said.
Also attending were
Cornelia Boone and Chris-


tina Rowe, both of Nicev-
ille, who joined the May ex-
change and became instant
advocates of the sister city
program.
"I think it gives a whole
sophistication and global
outreach advantage to our
towns," Rowe commented.
With a group from Noir-
moutier, including civic of-
ficials, planning a fall 2011
visit to Florida, on Aug. 10,
Mills, Herron, Lanoue and
Katie Sharon, a Crestview
banking executive who par-
ticipated in a commercial
exchange in Noirmoutier
during the May visit, ad-
dressed the Niceville City
Council to encourage for-
malizing the unification.
Mills was uncertain if
Sister Cities International,
the world's coordinating
body for sister city relation-
ships, would permit two
neighboring communities
to team up. If it is permis-
sible, he said, one obvious
advantage was the $360 an-
nual dues paid to SCI could
be split between the two
communities.


Special to the News Bulletin
The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office helped
sponsor a three-day train-
ing course Aug. 9 to 11 on
ways to pursue and iden-
tify individuals involved
in criminal activity while
they are traveling roads
and highways. Twenty-
three deputies from the
OCSO and 16 from other
law enforcement agencies
attended the free train-
ing, which is funded by the
U.S. Drug Enforcement
Administration.
Instructors from The
4:20 Group, LLC provided
law enforcement officers
quality, up-to-date infor-
mation focusing, on cur-
rent trends pertaining to
criminal activity.
The mission is criti-
cal because officers must
be capable of making
a rapid assessment on
whether criminal activity
is taking place, according


to a press release. This
rapid assessment can
be enhanced by becom-
ing familiar with current
criminal trends and un-
derstanding how to use
this information to con-
firm or deny an officer's
suspicion.
This training is pre-
sented by experienced
officers with years of suc-
cessful interdiction expe-
rience, resulting in the
apprehension of some of
America's worst crimi-
nals and forfeiture of il-
legal drugs, millions of
dollars, stolen weapons
and equipment.
According to The 4:20
Group, "County, state and
federal law enforcement
agencies constantly face
challenges protecting
and serving the public.
The growing drug trend
branches out to theft, as-
saults, gang problems,
homicide and many other
violent crimes.


"Terrorism is no lon-
ger just a future event, it
is now an everyday threat
that law enforcement
must be prepared to face.
All criminals, even the
most elusive, are vulner-
able while traveling on
our nation's roadways.
The 4:20 Group, LLC is
designed to equip law en-
forcement officers with
the knowledge to pursue
and identify the individu-
als who are involved in
criminal activity while in
transit."
Commercial vehicles
were brought in for
hands-on training and
included full size trac-
tor-trailer rigs, delivery
trucks and a commer-
cial bus. The three-day
training course was suc-
cessfully completed by
all students. Certificates
were presented to each
attendee, some from as
far away as Palm Beach
County in south Florida.


Sister sister cities?


Niceville may join (restview's relationship with French city





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* Who was a County Commissioner fmom 2002-2006 and VGTED FOR property tax
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increase) (Over $20 million in tax increases over a 4-year period).
* Who in 2006 was the ONLY Commissioner who VOTED AGAINST a property tax
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* Whose votes on count budgets added 130 personnel positions and 70 additional
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A6 I Crestview News Bulletin


Faith


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"So that we
ourselves glory
in you in the
churches of God
for your patience
and faith in all
your persecutions
and tribulations
that ye endure." 2
Thessalonians 1:4
All of us enjoy
feeling special and


small portion of it.
Her frail little body
looked like a tiny
seashell upon a
vast white beach.
j aIngu nya lightly squeezed
V.her hand and said,
"Do you know me?"
IOND She looked into
AMS my eyes but said
e Pulpit nothing.
I needed her
to recognize me and
extend love to me as
she always did. When
she didn't respond, I felt
disappointment. Again I
asked, "Do you know who I
am?" Still no reply.
Then, when our eyes


connected, she smiled
sweetly and in a weak voice,
oozing with love, said, "You
are just who you are."
I nodded with joy as I
thought, "Yes I am just who
I am! Even without a name,
I have my identity. I am a
child of God!" I kissed my
aunt goodbye and walked
to my car in tears. I could
boast only of belonging to
Him.
Father, make me into the
person You intend me to be.
Brother Raymond
Williams is pastor at
New Beginnings Church,
412 W~ James Lee Blvd.,
Crestview, FL 689-2988.


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called. However, without
God, we have no eternal
significance. I was humbly
made aware of this truth
when I recently visited a
nursing home.
My much-loved aunt,
age 96, lay in her bed,


ANN SPANN | Crestview News Bulletin
community near the city of Laurel Hill.


This church sign was spotted in a rural


Please turn in your church news
briefs to the News Bulletin by 5 p.m.
TuLesday for the Saturday issue.

ANNOUNCEMENTS
CAMPI MEETING: On Monday, Aug.
23, at 7 p.m., Trumpet Ministries will
begin the West Florida Camp Meeting
at Auburn Pentecostal Church, 6144
N. State Road 85, Crestview. Services
will be held at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The Reverends David Tolbert, Sime
Morris, Kenny Morris, Brian Crets and
Darrell Turner will be preaching. You are
welcome to attend.
AWANA: New Beginnings Church,
412 James Lee Blvd. in Crestview,
welcomes all young people to jom
their AWANA clubs from 5 to 7 p.m.
each Sunday night. The clubs serve all
children and youths ages 2 years old
through 12th grade. Transportation is
provided by the church. Call 689-2988 for
more information.
HOM/ECOM/ING: Bradley Assembly
of God Church at 16305 Bradley Road
in Wing, Ala., is having Homecoming
Sunday, Aug. 22. Services will begin at
9:45 a.m., followed by lunch at 12:30 p.m.
and singing in the afternoon. Bro. Ken
Draughon from the Alabama District
Council will be guest speaker for the day.
Singers will be the McKissack Family.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
PCA SERVICES: The community
is invited to hear the Rev. David Young
of the PCA, Presbyterian Church in


America, speak at the 10 a.m. Sunday
School and 11 a.m. worship service of the
First Presbyterian PCA, 23500 Fifth Ave.
in Florala, this Sunday, Aug. 22. He is
planting a PCA church in Crestview.

EVENTS
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 to 9
p.m. each Wednesday evening. Details:
Susan Huberty at 882-7320.
FREE BIBLE COURSE: Airport
Road Church of Christ is offering a free
Bible correspondence course. Call 682-
4025 for more information. The radio
program airs Monday through Saturday
at 5:45 a.m. on WAAZ, 104.7 FM.
BOOK OF REVELATION STUDY:
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 every Sunday evening. Anyone
interested may join. Call 537-4307 for
more information.


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Special to the News Bulletin
Mattheiss Engineering
has partnered with Brooks
Dental Lab, a Certified
Dental Laboratory.* Start-
ing Sept. 1, the pairing
will provide cost-effective
crown and bridge restora-
tions to Northwest Florida
and South Alabama den-
tists. Mattheiss' cost-effec-
tive dental restorations will
allow local dentists to pro-
vide quality crowns at a say-
ings to their patients. The
company provides lab pick-
up and delivery services
personally within a 60-mile
radius while also providing
free UPS or U.S. Postal Ser-
vice delivery to any location
in the United States.
Brooks Dental Lab,
a second-generation, lo-
cally-owned business, has
provided laboratory ser-
vices to dentists for more
than 30 years. It currently


provides dental labora-
tory services to dentists
throughout the United
States, with clients from
New York to Texas. Cur-
rent products range from
porcelain-to-metal res-
torations to CAD/CAM-
designed Zirconia resto-
rations. The partnership
combines a nationally
certified dental laboratory
with experienced techni-
cians who have fabricated
metal-free restorations for
more than six years. All
products created at Mat-
theiss are fabricated using
American Dental Associa-
tion-certified, name-brand
materials in a triple air-
filtered, color-corrected
light facility using proven
methods of efficiency and
technique.
Mattheiss Engineering


president, Mark E. Mat-
theiss, a Pensacola native
has developed material
for Raytheon, Northrop
Grumman, and Lockheed
Martin. Mattheiss was
previously vice president
of Brooks Dental Labora-
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This includes physical
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EX C~ tIONS


Randy Dickson
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Ben Kimbrough admits that in his first
year of coaching the Crestview volleyball
team last year he had to learn on the fly.
Now with a season under his belt, he's '
ready to apply some of those lessons in the
2010 season.
"I was able to learn a lot from the teams
we played last year," he said. "Last year
was a learning experience for me, too. I'm .
never going to claim I know everything.
"Going into it for me, I love it because.
I get to learn something from every match
wepa n vrbd ecmeeaantI can see different styles of play, and I'm
looking forward to how this season is going
to turn out with a little more experience un-
der my belt." :-~
Perhaps the most important lesson he 1.
learned had little to do with the physical
strategies of the game.
"Our communication on the court was
really bad last year," he said. "With that we
had an issue where when we got down a
little bit, it really brought us down.
"I think this year my focus is on better ~ ,~: ~ ?~;. ...,.:.. !JI.i
communication so that they know their
roles and what they need to do on court so
they are meshing better. I think that's the
biggest thing I've picked up on."
Kimbrough's return for a second year
stopped a revolving door for Bulldog vol-
leyball coaches, and the players appreciate
having the same coach two straight years.
"It feels like we've actually got some-
body that cares about the sport and cares
about us that isn't too busy with their per- '' '
sonal lives to come out and help us with
something we love," senior Marley Galvin
said. r
Galvin's classmate, Alicia Dukes, said
the constant coaching changes had the c
Bulldogs feeling like volleyball orphans.
"It helps that we have familiarity with
the coach," she said. "And we feel like we
are wanted rather than being passed down
from coach to coach.
"We don't feel like we are being aban-
doned."
Junior Sara Hamilton puts a lot of stock
in the familiarity Dukes spoke about.

See CRESTVIEW B2 Alicia Dukes goes up high for a spike.


Randy Dickson
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BAKER So far so good for
Tomikko Parks as she takes
over as the Baker volleyball
coach.
Parks replaced Lisa Roy,
who stepped down after two
years to return to nursing.
"Actually the transition has
been rather effortless," Parks
said. "I've been lucky enough
to inherit six seniors, and four
of them played last year. It's
just a great bunch of kids.
"They've been willing to
come out and work. I haven't
had any type of issues where
you always want to go back to
what the old coach did."
The Gators are riding a
string of seven consecutive
district championships, with
the past two coming under
the direction of Roy and the
other five coming with long-
time coach Kathy Combest
leading the squad.


Parks has been on staff at
Baker for nine years. And like
Roy, she played volleyball for
Combest. Both of those fac-
tors have made the transition
a little easier.
"A lot of them l have known
since they were babies,"
Parks said. "Some of them
I've known since they were
little bitty. That's just coming
from the type of school this
is.
"It's good just to have
them know that we worked
hard then, and when I first
started playing volleyball, we
were building this program.
It's good that they know that
I was there and know what it
means to work hard and come
to this gym every day and lay
my heart on the line and get
after it."
Parks previously coached
many of her volleyball players
in middle school basketball'


PHOTOS BY RANDY DKCKSON | News Bulletin


SPORTS


INSIDE

Election coverage, B4-B7


News

& NOTES

Softball challenge



starting at 9 a.m.
Admission, food, a SWAT
team demonstration, child
ID kits and safety seat
inspections plus much
more will be offered free.
Come show your
support as the Crestview
Fire and Police
departments, along with
the Florida Department
of Children and Families,
with the Families First
Network, swing into
action to raise community
awareness for the needs
of local foster homes.
For more information,
call Kristopher Staley
at 585-3615 or Alice
Cheslock at 533-61 18.

YMCA soccer,
flag football
The Crestview Family
YMCA will hold
registration for soccer
and flag football through
Aug. 28.
The coed leagues are
Open for children ages
3-12.
Play begins the week of
Sept. 13.
Cost is $36 for members
and $48 for nonmembers.
For more information,
call 689-2999 or visit
the YMCA at 298 N.
Wilson St.

AHA golf tournament
Okaloosa County
employees will host the
9th Annual AHA Golf
Tournament benefiting
the American Heart
Association (AHA).
The tournament will be
at the Foxwood Country
Club in Crestview
on Sept. 10, and all
proceeds benefit AHA
locally. If you would like
to sponsor or play in
the tournament, contact
Randy Sims at 689-5914
or rsims@co.okaloosa.
fl.us, or Sandra Launch at
651-7515 or slaunch@
co.okaloosa.fl. us.

Loop the Lake 5K
The fourth annual Loop
the Lake 5K Run/Walk
and 1 Mile Fun Run are
set for Sept. 18 from 7-10
a.m. in DeFuniak Springs.
Last year, more than
300 participants took
place in the race,
which is a fundraiser
for the American Heart
Association.
The 5K starts at 8 a.m.
at the amphitheater on
Circle Drive in DeFuniak
Springs.
Early registration
runs through Sept. 12
and costs $15. Late
registration costs $25 and

hemrun run frd ydsun1t0
and younger is $10.
For more information
about the race and a
registration form, go to
www.chelco.com.

Fall baseball
Sign-up for NAYB
Traveling Eagles Fall
Baseball is now available
at www.travelingeagles.
com for players ages
7-14 (as of April 30,
2011). For more
information, call Mike
Wells at 42 8-0005.

2010 high school
football schedules
Baker
Aug. 27 KO Classic vs.
Jay
Sept. 3 at Crestview
Sept. 10 vs. Sneads
Sept. 17 at Vernon
Sept. 24 at South
WalIton
Oct. 1 vs. Northview
Oct. 8 at Bozeman
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Sports


and that has helped with
the transition as well.
"So far it is going pretty
good," senior Carly Barton
said. "She has kept most of
the girls the same, so we
are used to everything, and
we basically know what to
do. We already knew, but
we are doing pretty good."
Mollie Royal is glad to
have Parks as the coach.
"I really like her," Royal
said. "I think she's doing a
greatjob, and it's alot of fun
with her. I think it's easier
because they all (Comb-
est, Roy and Parks) pretty
much coach the same way
and have the same ideas.
"I think her coaching
style is sort of a combina-
tion of coach Combest and
coach Roy. I think that re-
ally helps that she played
here, because she knows
the tradition and how im-
portant it is for us to win
and to do good."
Parks was hired in July
and didn't have the chance
to get on the floor with her
team until school started.
With this being her first
year coaching volleyball,
Parks turned to Combest
for a few pointers.
"Every coach needs
someone because you
don't know everything,"
Parks said. "Every now
and then, you do need
somebody to come in and
give you a little refresher
course on how we used to
do things and how things
have changed.
"Like I tell the girls, I
remember doing things.
I remember playing. I re-
member all kinds of things,
but it's just hard when you
haven't done it in a while to
be able to teach the little
HURHCeS of everything."
Having six seniors on
the squad makes things
easier for Parks, whether
teaching a drill or leading
the younger players by ex-
ample.
"When it is time to get
tO Work, I don't have to tell
them," Parks said. "I don't
have to get them to show
the younger girls what it
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have six seniors I can look
to."
And a new coach hasn't
changed the expectations
of the Gator seniors.
"With seven districts
championships, we always
go out and use what we've
got (in the way of talent),
and we always seem to
come out (on top)," Barton
said. "We are an athletic
team.
"We always have been,
so I think we will be fine."
And the players feel the
need to win for themselves
and for Parks.
"There's definitely a lot
of pressure because there
has always been that pres-
sure to win district," Royal
said. "So it's definitely
there with a new coach."


ABOVE: A
Baker player
gets low as
she makes a
dig.
FAR LEF T:
A Gator
vol eyball
pla er
makes a
high set at
the net.
LEFT: A Baker
player works
On her
technique on
a spike.

PHOTOS BY
RANDY DKCKSON
News Blein


"It is has helped us be-
cause we know what we
are doing and we know who
he is," she said. "He helps
us out.
"He's not just another
random person who comes
in. We know him, and we
get along with him."
The Bulldogs finished
last year with a 13-12 re-
cord. Kimbrough would
have liked to have had a
few wins in District 2-4A
play, but as a whole he was
happy with the way the
team payed in Ot09.okat

the positives, and that was
great," he said. "I look at
the negatives of last sea-
son only to see what I need
to improve on. What things
do I need to change around
to make it easier and make
it better for the girls to play


at their capabilities?
"So for me, 13-12 is a
winning season for us. We
were last in the district, but
it was a tough district. We
learned a lot from what we
did last year."
Defending district cham-
pion Niceville will be tough
again. But the Eagles, who
have been almost unbeat-
able the past several years,
might come back to the
pack a little in 2010.
Mosley and Fort Walton
Beach should be good as

his layr as Iob eu d pc
ing a good year for Crest-
view, meaning the district
could be up for grabs.
"I really want to win dis-
trict and have a better sea-
son than we did last year,"
Galvin said. "It was not
dreadful, but seeing our re-
cord, we know we can play
better than that."


Dukes sees no reason
the Bulldogs shouldn't be
in the thick of things.
"I think we can compete
with everybody," Dukes
said. "I don't think there
are going to be any shutout
games this year.
"It's going to be hard
competition from every-
body."
Hamilton believes win-
ning could come down
to the mental aspects of
things.
"I'm hoping we can win,

wac Ietr tea ta leasa
year," she said. "I know if
we go into it with a good
mind, a strong mind, we
can win.
"I think we can go all the
way to districts and win. We
just have to keep a strong
mind and stay focused on
the game, and I think we
can win."


NOTES

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Oct. 22 vs. Holmes
County (Homecoming)
Oct. 29 vs. Freeport
Nov. 5 at Jay
Nov. 12 at Blountstown

Crestview
Aug. 27 KO Classic at
Gulf Breeze
Sept. 3 vs. Baker
Sept. 10 vs. West
Gadsden (Homecoming)
Sept. 17 at Tate
Sept. 24 at Catholic
Oct. 1 vs. Navarre
Oct. 8 vs. Fort Walton
Beach
Oct. 15 vs. Milton
Oct. 22 at Mosley
Oct. 29 vs. Leon
Nov. 5 vs. Niceville

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Outdoors


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Special to the News Bulletin
When someone mentions spiders, do
you think of scary books parents read to
little children about the creepy, crawly,
eight-legged creatures? But spiders aren't
that scary when you learn more about
them. They actually do good things by
helping control pesky biting flies like mos-
quitoes. And while
all spiders can bite
Sand have venom,
.5 only a few Florida
spiders are harmful
5 :e~rlif they bite you.
BACK YA RD A common Flor-
D~ FJA~ II( ida spider seen
during the summer
is the golden silk spider. This large and
amazing spider has a long, yellowish body
with tufts of black hair at the joints of its
long legs. Although they may look scary,
golden silk spiders are not dangerous.
They can still bite, but usually they scurry
off to hide when their web is disturbed.
The golden silk spider hangs face-down
in the center of her web, waiting for unsus-
pecting prey (flies, beetles, grasshoppers,
wood moths and other flying insects) to
get stuck so she can have her next meal.
Yes, the large spider in the center is the fe-
male who made the web. If you look close-
ly, you may see several smaller spiders in
her web. They are males hoping to get her
attention.
Golden silk spiders belong to the orb-
weaver family. It is called an orb-weaver
because its web is round. The unique thing
about these spiders is the silk they spin to
make their webs. It looks like gold thread
and shimmers in the sunlight. Golden silk
spider silk is also very strong so strong
that native people in tropical countries
mat and twist the webs to make strong
bags and fishing nets.
Recently a group of people in Mada-
gascar an island in the Indian Ocean
southeast of Africa -collected more than
1 million golden silk spiders and carefully
extracted their silk before returning them
to the wild. They wove the silk into a beau-
tiful golden rug. It took four years to make
because collecting and weaving spider silk
is a very difficult process. The techniques
they used to make the rug were developed
more than 100 years ago.
Finding these spiders is easy. Join the
Get Outdoors Florida! movement and
search for the golden silk spiders and their


Special to the News Bulletin
OKALOOSA COUNTY Dr. Karen Chap-
man, director at the Okaloosa County
Health Department, emphasizes the im-
portance of protection against mosquito-
borne diseases during the summer rainy
season, which includes peak mosquito
activity months. The Florida Department
of Health works with partner agencies
(including the Florida Department of Ag-
riculture and Consumer Services, Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion, mosquito control agencies and state
universities) throughout the year to moni-
tor the presence of illnesses carried by
mosquitoes, including West Nile virus
infection, St. Louis encephalitis and East-
ern Equine encephalitis.
Although mosquito diseases can cause
serious illnesses and even death in people
of any age, children and those over 50 are
at greatest risk for severe disease. Physi-
cians should contact the Okaloosa County
Health Department if they suspect an
individual may have a mosquito-borne


illness. DOH laboratories provide testing
services for physicians treating patients
with clinical signs of mosquito-borne dis-
eases.
To protect yourself from mosquitoes,
you should remember to practice the "5
D's":
*Duskand Dawn: Avoidbeing outdoors
when mosquitoes are seeking blood.
Dress: Wear clothing that covers
most of your skin.
DEET: When the potential exists
for exposure to mosquitoes, repellents
containing up to 30 percent DEET (N,N-
diethyl-meta-toluamide) are recommend-
ed. Other effective mosquito repellents
include picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus,
and IR3535. Some repellents are not suit-
able for children.
*Drainage: Check around the home to
rid standing water where mosquitoes
lay eggs.
For more information on mosquito-
borne illnesses, visit www.doh.state.fl.us/
Environment/medicine/arboviral/ or call
the health department at 833-9247.


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FWC PHOTO | Special to the News Bulletin
The golden silk orb-weaver has a long,
yellowish body with tufts of black hair
at the joints of its long legs. This is a
female golden silk spider. She hangs
upside down in her web, waiting for
her next meal.
beautiful, large webs by looking between
tree branches, along woodsy hiking paths
and across empty doorways. Because the
webs are large and bright, they are easy to
spot and can be seen throughout the day.
Make up a creative story about the spi-
der you find. What is she thinking? What
is her day like? Can you count how many
bugs she has caught in her web? Can you
draw a picture of her?
To learn more about the golden silk
spider, visit www.myfwc.com/learning or
www.ifas.ufl.edu. Also, to view the tex-
tile created using the silk of the golden
silk spider, visit www.amnh.org and type
"spider silk" in the search box. Be sure
to visit the Beau Turner Youth Conserva-
tion Center's website (www.btycc.org) and
discover the outdoors. Learn about youth
activities such as fishing, shooting sports,
hiking, viewing wildlife and seasonal hunt-
ing on the impoundments, fields and for-
ests of the conservation center.
Jessica Basham is a columnist with
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Property crime, terrorism,
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and drug trafficking.
Reason you are seek-
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worked toward and trained
for serving as sheriff while
promoting through the
ranks from patrol deputy
to chief deputy. Serving
under three different sher-
iffs, I have gained the local
insight and experience es-
sential to providing a high
level of public safety. I want
to ensure that Okaloosa
County remains a safe and
highly desirable place to
live for my children and
family. There is no more
qualified and committed
person for the job.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: Govern-
ment agencies, including
the sheriff 's office, will con-
tinue to struggle with the
declining economy as they
attempt to maintain neces-
sary services. As sheriff,
I will enhance efficiency
and cut cost by consolidat-
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establishing economies of
scale by unifying all pub-
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taking our agency toward
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wasteful spending without
compromising the public
safety efforts. I will not only
support but will fund the
school resource program.
We have to make sure our
children are safe while
they receive the education
they deserve.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: We have
to put the past behind us,
and focus on the citizens of
this county. I will work day
and night to restore the
honor and dignity back into
the administration. I will
make sure that the depu-
ties receive the training
they deserve, along with
the equipment they need to
perform their jobs properly.
The budget is a big issue,
and we need someone that
is willing to face the Oka-
loosa County Commission,
and figure where we can cut
costs and stop duplications
within our government. I
am that person. I will be
honored to have your vote
on Aug. 24!


Steven Mence
Family: Wife Vivian,
daughter Amy, grandson
Blake and son-in law Jeff.
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: Re-
tired senior executive level
manager/Federal Agent,
with over 38 years of pro-
gressive law enforcement
experience. During those
38 years, 24 were served in
a variety of management
positions. The last two
Executive Level Manage-
ment positions included:
Deputy director of Covert
Operations Division, U.S.
Customs, Washington D.C.
In this assignment I man-
aged all undercover opera-
tions worldwide and had an
operating budget of $100
million dollars. Assistant
Special Agent in Charge,

See SHERIFF B7


Iv, '
LARRY RIKK
ASHLEY HORD


Family: Wife, Chris-
tie (married 10 years);
children, Mattie (6) and
Annie Mae (2)
Place of worship: St.
Simon's on the Sound Epis-
copal Church, Fort Walton
Beach. I have served sev-
eral years on the Outreach
Commission, including
three years as chairman,
and a three-year term
(ended December 2009) on
the church Vestry.
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: I
have 35-plus years of com-
munity, civic and church
involvement in Okaloosa
County, including many
leadership positions. I
worked in the private sec-
tor 15 years, during which
time I became an unpaid
volunteer officer with the
Florida Marine Patrol
Auxiliary, advancing to the
rank of Major, in charge of
the Auxiliary program for
Escambia, Santa Rosa and
Okaloosa Counties. Since
1989, I have been full-time
with the Okaloosa County
Sheriff 's Office. Until early
2005, I served as Public
Information Officer. Since
that time, I have served
as desk sergeant, followed
by three years as supervi-
sor of court security for the
courthouse in Crestview
and the Annex in Shalimar.
For the past two years, I
have been a Field Services
supervisor of deputies on a
patrol shift. ITwo-time win-
ner of the "Public Image
Award" for Florida Law
Enforcement.
Other education/
experience: BS, Commu-
nications, Florida State
University. Master of Pub-


lic Administration, Troy
State University; graduate
of Class-4, Florida Lead-
ership Academy. Certified
NRA personal protection
instructor. I am also a cer-
tified law enforcement in-
structor, and am an active
teacher for the Law En-
forcement Basic Recruit
Academy at Northwest
Florida State College, hav-
ing trained approximately
480 prospective law en-
forcement officers. I am
consulted as a "Subject
Matter Expert" by the
Florida Criminal Justice
Standards and Training
Commission, and I helped
re-write the textbook cur-
rently used in every Law
Enforcement Recruit Acad-
emy in Florida. I am also
the author of more than 100
published columns and ar-
ticles on law enforcement,
personal protection, crime
prevention and public safe-
ty topics.
Reason you are seeking
this position: The sheriffis
a role model. The deputies
who protect and serve you
will reflect the attitude of
the role model you elect for
them. I take very seriously
the responsibility of being
someone you depend on. I
believe in leadership by ex-
ample and management by
walking around. Believe in
rallying the many forces of
progress in our community
to work together. Believe in
honesty, open-mindedness,
flexibility, pragmatism and
perseverance.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it:
Public 'thust. I'll imple-
ment two immediate re-


forms to restore and pro-
tect public trust. I'll form
a citizens advisory panel,
and I'll appoint the Clerk
of Courts to function as my
Finance and Payroll officer.
The clerk is already doing
those jobs for all county de-
partments, and for the Oka-
loosa Supervisor of Elec-
tions. This would create
a new check-and-balance
system, and make it easier
for county commissioners
and citizens to keep track
of the taxpayers' money.


00n ivingS On
Family: Married to
Karla; three children Alex,
Zack and Cole
Place ofworship: Meth-
odist, First United Method-
ist Church of Crestview
Experience relevant to
the office you seek: I have
been with the Florida High-
way Patrol for 19 years.
I'm currently a district
supervisor.
Other education/
experience: Multiple hours
of supervisory training, law
enforcement training. In-
volved in several different
task forces at the state and
federal level.
Columns and articles on
law enforcement, personal
protection, crime pre-
vention and public safety
topics.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: I want to
bring my years of experi-
ence to work for you. I will
bring ethical leadership
back to your sheriff's of-
fice. I will be a sheriff for
the entire county, not fo-
cusing on one portion more
than the other. I will bring


logistics and was known for
my problem solving abili-
ties.
Other education/
experience: Master of
Business Administration
in Management (1985);
Bachelor of Science in Psy-
chology (1968); Associate of
Arts in Real Estate (1991);
USAF Air Command and
Staff College (1984); USAF
Squadron Officer School
(1988); Seminars on Flor-
ida Sunshine and Public
Records Laws (2009) and
Ethics (2009); and, I have
owned and operated two
businesses in housing con-
struction and in retail sales
after my USAF retirement
in 1989.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: I can
better serve the people of
Okaloosa County as your
elected County Commis-
sioner than as a citizen
advocate as I have been for
the past four years. I want
to help guide Okaloosa
County (our retirement
home) to economic recov-
ery along with our cities
and businesses. My experi-
ences with real-world mili-
tary emergencies will be a
valuable asset in the event
of future disaster planning
and execution in Okaloosa
County.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: There
will be some tough budget-
ing decisions to be made
in the next few years,
which must be assessed
for impacts on services
the citizens need and want.
This may require some
reorganization and consoli-
dation of offices and more
partnering among county
constitutional offices and
between the county and
our cities to cut spending
and increase efficiencies.
Another mid- and long-
range issue is upgrading
the county road system and
working with our state and
federal officials to get our


commitment to Okaloosa
County residents and their
future, to begin to solve this
problem.





D0n Amunds
Family: Married to Jo-
anna Amunds, two boys:
Scott, 23 and Robbie, 16.
Place of worship:
Trinity United Method-
ist Church
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: 23
years of public service,
managing $280 million bud-
get; developing, building
and managing rental prop-
erties; developed partner-
ships between government
and private business.
Other education/ex-
perience: Bachelor of Sci-
ence, Troy University; cer-
tified county commissioner,
state of Florida.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: Having
lived in Okaloosa County
most of my life, I want to
work in the community
to make a difference and


implement positive change.
I want to continue to work
with citizens on both minor
and major problems that
affect the county. I intend
to continue putting com-
mon sense in government
and less bureaucracy and
to run a more efficient and
productive government.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it:The
biggest issues we now face
are economic concerns.
We need to continue to
look for partnerships with
other agencies to save
money. I want to imple-
ment economic benefits
such as tax abatements
and other incentives to
bring more businesses to
our area, which will create
better payingjobs and will,
in turn, diversify our econ-
omy more and provide the
ability for people to qualify
for home loans, which then
stimulates the building in-
dustry and the economy.


Danny Bennett
No information
provided.


DAVE
PARISOT


state and federal tax money
to help fund these projects.


Elaine Tucker
Family: My husband is
Maj. (Ret) Robert "Geno"
Tucker, and we have 4 chil-
dren, Lindsey Daso, Taylor
Daso, Natalie Barnes and
Ty~ler Tucker.
Place of worship:
Shalimar United Methodist
Church
Experience relevant
to the office you seek:
NW FL Regional Airport
Civilian Liaison current
position; James E. Plew
Outstanding Community
Ambassador; Eglin AFB
Air Force Material Com-
mand (AFMC); Community
Leadership Representative
- 3 years; Okaloosa County
Commissioner 4 years
(vice chair and chairman);
Okaloosa-Walton Transpor-
tation Planning Organiza-
tion (TPO) 4 years (chair
2 years); Florida Metropoli-
tan Planning Organization
Advisory Council (MPOAC)
-4 years; Base Realignment
and Closure (BRAC) Task
Force 3 years; Okaloosa
County Economic Devel-
opment Executive (EDC)
Board 4 years; Florida
Association of Counties
(FAC) local area represen-
tative 4 years; Board of
Directors & Growth Man-
agement committees
- 2 years; Certified county
commissioner; Community
Development Corporation
(CDC) Board 4 years;
Hurricane Katrina Task
Force housing chairman
- 3 years; Defense Support
Initiative (DSI) Board 5


L M wa i
ANN SPANN | Crestview News Bulletin
COMMISSIONER RACE: Dave Parisot, candidate for the District
2 County Commissioner seat, speaks with voters during a
recent candidate forum.


RON STEVEN BILL TONY
LIVINGSTON MENCHEL PATTERSON TAYLOR


REPUBLICAN
PRIMARY
Who can
vote? Registered
Republicans in
Okaloosa Couny.
What's next?
Winner faces Cesar
Morales (no party
affiliation), Robert
Thacker (no party
affiliation), and
Democrat Brian
Sparling in the Nov.
2 election


Larry Ashle
Family: Lanie Lee Ash-
ley, Anna age 13, Robert
age 11, and Ryan age 7.
Place of worship:First
Baptist Church of Fort Wal-
ton Beach
Experience relevant to
the office you seek: Chief
Deputy of Sheriff's Office
operations, 2009-present;
Major and director of Fi-
nance and Administration,
2009; Major and director
of Field Services Division,
2008-2009; Major and di-
rector of Support Services
Division, 2007-2008; Major
and director of Criminal
Investigations Division,
2004-2007; Captain of Field
Services, 2001-2004; Crimi-
nal Investigations Divi-
sion, 1995-2001; K-9/Street
Crimes Division, 1991-1995;
Uniformed Patrol Division,
1990-1991.
Other education/
experience: Graduate of
FBI National Academy,
Quantico, Va., 2005; Mas-
ter's Degree in Public Ad-
ministration with emphasis
in Management, Troy State
University, 1998; Bachelor
of Science Degree in Crimi-
nal Justice; Minor in Foren-
sics, University of Southern
Mississippi, 1989; Graduate
of Police K-9 Patrol/Detec-
tor School, 1991; Graduate
of State Law Enforcement
Academy, Okaloosa-Walton


INE DON
KER AMUNDS

years.
Other education/ex-
perience: News Talk 1260
Radio Co-Host 1 year,
open forum discussion on
variety of local and national
issues; Director of Events,
Destin Charity Wine Auc-
tion Foundation (DCWAF);
Planned and executed all
fund raising events in sup-
port of local charitable or-
ganizations raising over
$2 million dollars for local
children's charities; Com-
missioner, City of Shalimar;
Served as mayor pro-tem,
police Commissioner and
finance commissioner.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position:
l am seeking the position
of Okaloosa County com-
missioner at the request
of many, many residents
over the past 3.5 years. As
a past commission chair, I
bring a proven leadership,
knowledge and a great
working relationship with
our local, state and federal
officials and community or-
ganizations. I have a posi-
tive and proactive attitude
and will work FULL TIME
for the citizens of Okaloosa
County.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: The
biggest issue we will face
will be how to recover from
the long-term recession
facing Florida and this na-
tion. Unfortunately, the fi-
nancial disaster created by
the Gulf oil crisis has made
the economic situation here
locally even worse. It will
take my leadership, strong
community partnerships,
smarter government, a


DISTRICT 2
REPUBLICAN
PRIMARY
Who can
vote? Registered
Republicans in
Okaloosa County
What's next?
Winner faces Tom
Tona (no party
affiliation) and a
write-in candidate in
the Nov. 2 election.



DISTRICT 4
REPUBLICAN
PRIMARY
Who can
vote? Registered
Republicans in
Okaloosa County
What's next?
Winner faces Dick
Reinlie (no party
affiliation) in Nov. 2
election.



District 2


Dave Parisot
Family: Wife, Chong, for
29 years; daughter, Laura,
and family in Maryland; two
sons, Michael and family in
California, and Craig and
wife in Washington, D.C.;
and four grandchildren.
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: I
have participated in over 90
Commission meetings and
workshops, including all
budget workshops in 2007,
2008, 2009, and 2010 (I stay
for the whole meetings).
My research and presen-
tations to the Board have
produced significantspend-
ing cuts resulting in lower
taxes and fees for County
citizens. I have held mul-
tiple command and lead-
ership jobs in the USAF in
aircraft maintenance and





Saturday, August 21, 2010


Election


Crestview News Bulletin I B5


High School, 1989 until
2006, taught AP American
History; World History; AP
European History; coached
baseball and basketball; ad-
visor and sponsor, Youth In
Government, Fort Walton
Beach High School; advi-
sor, Fellowship of Christian
Athletes at Bruner.
Other education/
experience: B.A. in His-
tory, from the University of
West Florida; M.A. in Edu-
cational Leadership, from
the University of West Flor-
ida; Served on the YMCA
advisory board, Youth in
Government; served, and
continue to serve, as a Boy
Scout Leader for over 30
years; active sponsor of
Youth in Government at
Fort Walton Beach High
School; leader of National
Day of Service; continue
service to the community;
Children in Crisis and Shar-
ing and Caring; substitute
teacher (I do this because I
love kids.)
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: My
opponent has served for 16
years. I feel that it is time
for a fresh new prospec-
tive to serve on the board.


Okaloosa County School
system.
Experience relevant to
the office you seek: Edu-
cated in the public schools
of Florida and earned un-
dergraduate degrees in
social studies, psychology,
and counseling. Master's
degree in Educational
Leadership and School
Administration. Lifelong
educator with 30-plus years
of service to the Okaloosa
County School system as a
teacher, guidance counsel-
or, and administrator. Re-
tired as director of Student
Services in 1994.
Other education/expe-
rience: Elected in 1994 to
the Okaloosa County School
Board. Served six consecu-
tive years as Chairman of
the School Board and is
again serving in that capac-
ity this year. Also serves as
the Board's representative
in the school facilities con-
struction program.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: Ifeel that
the lack of funds for schools
is the biggest issue being
faced by the School Board.
The school district lost $39
million in revenue in the


last three years. I feel that
my expertise in the budget
area and full understand-
ing of how the education
system works will be bene-
ficial in managing the bud-
get in these difficult times.


Distrit 5

HOWarfHill
family: Elizabeth "Lib-
by" Hill (wife); John Hill
(son); David Hill (son);
Christine Bethanne John-
son (daughter).
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: Al-
most 14 years as proactive,
informed School Board
member; 24 years active
duty in the U.S. Air Force,
in leadership, operational
and staff positions, rang-
ing from squadron-level
to the Department of De-
fense. Active involvement
in community through be-
ing member of Chamber of
Commerce, Kiwanis Club,
YMCA Advisory Board,
Okaloosa Republican Club
as well as PAL Soccer

See SCHOOL B7


RODNEY
WALKER


Having been a teacher for
over 30 years I know the
effect of every decision by
the board on teachers and
students. I believe that we
can do a more effective job
of producing better citi-
zens, who understand and
respect the foundational
principles upon which the
country was founded, i.e.
respect for the Constitu-
tion; the free enterprise
system; morality. We must
improve the cooperation
between the school, church
and family, the primary
transmitters of our culture.
Finally, we can improve the
communication between
the board and those we
serve.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: Schools
have lost over $40 million


HOWARD MELISSA
HILL THRUSH

the past two years and the
economy is not getting
any better. Schools have
cut support personnel, cut
programs, utilities, admin-
istrative overhead to meet
the crisis. Some ways to ad-
dress this is obvious. Live
within your means; seek
input from local citizens
and businesses for ideas of
having a smarter budget.
Expand and improve vol-
unteer programs and busi-
ness partnerships to help
the schools. This is part of
my goal to improve the co-
operation between family,
church and school.



Rodney Walker
family : ITwo sons, Rod-
ney, Jr. and Chet, who
are both graduates of the


position faces and how
you plan to address it: The
most pressing issue is how
to handle larger caseloads
with decreasing funding.
Docket sizes increase and
there isno funding for more
judges. Efficiency is the
key, and while it is true that
justice is the goal, it can be
accomplished efficiently by
assisting the clerks office in
moving cases along. All the
best judges I have worked
with were tireless workers,
preparing for large dockets
the night before court.

Clint Davis
family: Married to
Maranda Davis, with four
children.
Experience relevant to
the office you seek: I have
a decade of courtroom
trial experience, primarily
in Circuit Court. I've also
practiced in most of the
areas of law within Circuit
Court jurisdiction,
other education/expe-
rience:
Honors graduate of
University of West Florida.
Honors graduate of Uni-
versity of Florida College
of Law.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: I'm
qualified by education and
experience, and I am com-
mitted to ensuring Ameri-
can concepts of justice and
the rule of law endure in
our courts.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: An
overburdened court sys-
tem combined with ever
decreasing available fund-
ing makes it difficult to give
every litigant his or her
"day in court." To deal with
this serious issue, judges
must promote efficient use
of court time by eliminating
unnecessary delays, re-
quiring parties to mediate
outside of court, when ap-
propriate, and other simi-
lar measures.


Michael Flowers
family: Wife, Jan Flow-
ers, who is a registered
nurse. We have three
daughters: Jennifer, who
is a student at the Univer-
sity of Alabama; Cara, who
attends the University of
West Florida; and Leah,
who will begin attending
the University of West Flor-
ida this year.
Place of Worship:
Niceville United Methodist
Church
Experience relevant to
the office you seek: I have
practiced law in the First
Circuit for 25 years. I have
an active trial practice, and
am primarily experienced
in the family law, juvenile
law, and criminal law areas.
Other education/


Mallory (24), and Lauren
(22); mother, Lottie.
Place of worship: First
Presbyterian Church of
Destin
Experience relevant to
the office you seek: Ihave
29 years of experience in
general civil practice, in-
cluding serving as the city
attorney for Destin. My
professional career has not
been confined solely to the
practice of law, and similar-
ly my legal practice has not
been confined solely to one
area of law. In fact, my work
outside of the legal arena
has given me a unique per-
spective that my opponents
in this race do not have.
Other education/expe-
rience: Florida Supreme
Court certified Circuit civil
mediator; Hebert and Ab-
bott in New Orleans, La.
(1981-1984); Commercial
real estate development
(1985-1990); Stowell, Anton
and Kraemer in Destin
(1991-1993); Destin city at-
torney (1993-1996); Robert
E. McGill, III, PA. in Destin
(1993-2010).
In addition to my work, I
have history of givinghback
to my community through
my involvement as an El-
der at First Presbyterian
Church in Destin, Rotarian
for 23 years, serving for the
last four years on the Sa-
cred Heart of the Emerald
Coast Development Board,
and the Northwest Florida
Transportation Corridor
Authority.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: I think it
is time that we quit elect-
ing inexperienced people. I
have 29 years of experience
practicing law, and I believe
it takes this much experi-
ence to be a good Judge.
At this point in my career,
if I am elected Judge I es-
sentially get a chance to
make a career change and
serve the people of Okaloo-
sa County doing something
that I love the law. I am a
good listener, hard worker
and a compassionate, fair
minded person, and these
traits which have been en-
trusted to me will allow me
to hear all sides of a dispute
in an open minded manner.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: The
biggest issue facing our
court system today is the
overcrowding of the court
docket. I believe that jus-
tice delayed is justice de-
nied. I have successfully
run my own law practice
and administered up to 14
employees. This experi-
ence will help me efficient-
ly move cases through the
court system. Also, I plan to
use magistrates and help
train and work with media-
tors to assist in resolving
cases without having to go
to trial.


KENNETH CLINT
BROOKS JR DAVIS

experience: BS from Flor-
ida State University, 1981,
and Law Degree from Cum-
berland School of Law.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: I am
seeking to be a judge be-
cause I have been asked
to serve by other lawyers
and members of the com-
munity. I appear before the
courts virtually every day of
my career, and I believe we
need judges who will listen
carefully to the positions of
the litigants, who will act
swiftly and efficiently, and
who will apply the law on
the books, and not the law
they think should be on the
books.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: The
biggest issue this position
faces is how to handle more
cases with less money. Iam
confident that I can play a
leadership role in continu-
ing to make the courts op-
erate more cost effectively.
The law has been slow to
use the advantages of tech-
nology, but I am an advo-
cate of using technology to
help minimize the admin-
istrative costs that the ju-
dicial system incurs, even
with an increasingly heavy
caseload.


Mike Lawson
family: I have been
married for 10 years to my
wife, Nicole, and we have
two children, Margaret and
John, as well as our little
dog, Maggie
Place of Worship:
Christ Our King Catholic
Church, Freeport
Experience relevant to
the office you seek: As an
attorney I focus my prac-
tice on property and busi-
ness law. My primary job is
to protect property owners
and business owners from
litigation, and with the cur-
rent economic downturn I
have devoted an increas-
ing amount of my practice
towards the foreclosure
cases that are clogging our
court system. If elected
I would be one of the few
judges with longstanding
experience in foreclosures,
contract law and property
litigation,
Other education/expe-
rience: BA in International
Studies, University of West
Florida. MA in War Studies,
King's College University
of London, JD in Law, Col-
lege of William and Mary; I


also attended the Univer-
sity College Dublin (Ire-
land), University of Oslo
(Norway), K~lagenfurt Uni-
versity (Austria) and Col-
lege of William and Mary at
Madrid (Spain).
Prior to becoming an
Attorney I spent over nine
years in the National Secu-
rity Fields, most of which
was spent working with
the Department of Energy
in the area of Nuclear and
Biological Weapons prolif-
eration,
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: I believe
there is always need for
conservative judges who
believe that the law mustbe
applied to the facts strictly,
impartially and without bias
or political agenda. Judges
do not make law, they do
not make social policy and
they cannot interpret the
law to achieve a "desired
outcome."
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: The
biggest issue before the
courts is the extraordinary
caseload. As a judge I will
use methods such a man-
datory case management
conferences, to streamline
my docket as much as pos-
sible. I will hold attorneys
to the deadlines imposed
by the various rules of
procedure. I will not grant
frequent extensions and
continuances to attorneys
without good cause. I will
sanction lawyers when the
facts show an attorney has
wasted the court's time or
unnecessarily delayed a
trial.


Alishia McDonald
family: Married to
teenage sweetheart, Eric
J. McDonald. We have four
daughters, Amber (age 10),
Annah (age 8), Amelia (age
5), and Allison (age 3)
Place of worship:
University Parkway SDA
Church, Protestant Chris-
tian Denomination
Experience relevant to
the office you seek: The
two primary areas of law
facing circuit judges are
family and criminal law. I
have been in private prac-
tice specializing in the ar-
eas of family law and crimi-
nal defense for the past six
years, and I have over 12
years of diverse legal ex-
perience and the integrity
that matters to competent-
ly serve as circuit judge. I


began my legal career at
Northwest Florida Legal
Services fighting for the
rights of the poor, battered
women, and children. After
leaving NWFLS, I became
a felony circuit prosecutor
in the First Judicial Circuit.
As a prosecutor, I pros-
ecuted criminal defendants
and fought for the protec-
tion and rights of victims of
crime. As a former defend-
er of the indigent, former
felony circuit prosecutor at
the State Attorneys Office
in the First Judicial Cir-
cuit, and a current criminal
defense and family law at-
torney, I have proven that
I have the integrity that
matters, and the experi-
ence and common sense
to make unwavering sound
and fair legal decisions.
Other education/ex-
perience: University of
Florida College of Law,
Gainesville., Juris Doctor-
ate (J.D.) 1998; Franklin
Pierce University, Rindge,
N.H., Bachelors of Arts
(B.A.) 1995.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: The Bi-
ble tells us that there was
no evidence against Jesus
during his trial before Pi-
late. But Pilate desired
to please people and thus
condemned Jesus to death
because he did not heed
counsel from God through
his wife, nor did he follow
the law. Judges should be
ethical, impartial and fol-
low the law, but they also
should be connected with
God. I seek to administer
firmjustice that is tendered
with mercy.
Biggest issue this
position faces and how
you plan to address it:
An important issue is ef-
ficient docket control. The
Court's resources, and tax-
payer dollars, should not
be unnecessarily wasted.
If elected, I will seek to
reduce the number of con-
tinuances, hold more case
management and pre-trial
conferences, encourage
attorneys to expeditiously
move their cases and hold
them accountable if they
do not; set more trials,
and utilize General Magis-
trates and certified media-
tors more. These advances
should allow for the ourt to
move more cases.


Rob rt E. McGill, III
Family: Wife, Leah (mar-
ried 28 years); daughters


NONPARTISAN
ELECTION
Who can vote?
AII registered voters
in Oklosa County.
What's next?
Winner of each race
takes office.


DIStrfld 3


Paul Wendel Brock
Family: Happily mar-
ried 42 years to wife Jane
(Skipper), of Destin. She is
presently a guidance coun-
selor at Edwins Elementa-
ry; two Sons: Brandon and
Aaron.
Place of worship: Ac-
tive member of the Church
of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints.
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: Re-
tired as a teacher in 2006
after 30 years; Bruner Jr.
High, taught American His-
tory and coached football
and baseball from 1973-
1989; Fort Walton Beach


NONPARTI SAN
ELECTION
Who can vote?
AII registered voters
in Escambia, Santa
Rosa, Okaloosa and
Walton counties.
What's next?
Candidate who
wins more than
50 percent of the
vote takes office.
Otherwise, two top
vote getters advance
to the Nov. 2
election




Kenneth Brooks, Jr.
Family: Wife, Cathy
(married 27 years), chil-
dren: Zach, Hannah, Emily
Place of worship: St.
Mary's Episcopal Church,
Milton
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: I
have been practicing law
for 20 years. Prior to that
I served as a decorated
law enforcement officer
in Florida. I am a trial at-
torney and for 20 years I
have represented clients in
Okaloosa, Escambia, Santa
Rosa and Walton counties.
My practice includes; fam-
ily law, criminal law, aban-
doned, abused or neglected
children, probate and many
other areas of law typically
handled by circuit judges. I
have handled small cases
to multi-million dollar liti-
gation matters in state and
federal courts.
Other education/ex-
perience: Bachelor of Sci-
ence Degree from Florida
State University
Juris Doctorate from
the University of North Da-
kota School of Law
I am a member of the
Order of Barristers and
practice in State and Fed-
eral Courts.
I traveled extensively
when I was young as my fa-
ther is a retired Lt. colonel
in the U.S. Air Force. We
eventually settled in Florida
where I became a law en-
forcement officer and then
went on to practice law.
Reason you are seeking
this position:
After a rewarding 20-
year career practicing law
it was time to give up a
very successful practice
and give back to the com-
munity that has been so
good to us all these years.
The pinnacle of a lawyer's
career is to be a judge. As
an attorney who spent the
majority of his career in the
courtroom, I wanted to as-
sure that our community
received the most qualified
person for the job.
Biggest issue this


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Northwest Floridian with
a passion for our area. I
have a decade of proven
legislative experience, and
the energy this position
demands. I will be a fresh
face for Florida politics
that can make an imme-
diate impact for our area.
I am a pro-life, pro-gun,
pro-family conservative. I
am a Reagan Republican
that believes in less taxes,
and more personal respon-
sibility, and will fight for
the values vigorously in
Tallahassee.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: Eco-
nomic recovery and gov-
ernment intrusion. We
must reduce government
regulations and increase
the access to capital for
existing businesses to cre-
ate jobs. Consider tax cuts
for businesses in counties
which border other states
and face direct competi-
tion. Invest long term in
education and develop
clusters to attract busi-
nesses in the military, ag-
riculture, technology, and
health care fields. I will
stand up to federal man-
dates and use my experi-
ence to make the neces-
sary state budget cuts.


student at Stetson law; and
daughter, Rachel, 15, Pace
HS sophomore.
Place of worship: St.
Rose of Lima Catholic
Church, Milton
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: No
political experience; Santa
Rosa County Local Plan-
ning Board, 2004 2008;
member, Pace Chamber of
Commerce; board mem-
her, Santa Rosa Chamber
of Commerce; board mem-
ber, WorkForce Escarosa;
chairman, TEAM Santa
Rosa, Santa Rosa County's
economic development
organization; President-
elect, SubWest Rotary Club
of Pensacola.
Other education/expe-
rience: Education: Duke
University, B.A., University
of West Florida, M.B.A.
Work history-retired
Navy Captain/aviator, 26
years of service. Former
squadron commanding of-
ficer, executive officer at
NAS Whiting; regional com-
mander for all NW Florida
naval facilities; currently
working as a commercial
real estate broker.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: I am
compelled to action in the
belief that I can make a


difference and ably repre-
sent the citizens of North-
west Florida. Northwest
Florida will never have the
numerical clout we need to
stand up to the rest of the
state. This is why we must
elect the most qualified and
experienced leader wecan
We will succeed by having
a qualitative edge a rep-
resentative that can com-
mand respect and exert
influence on the process.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: Getting
people back to work and the
economy back on track has
to be top priority. Specifi-
cally, enhance incentives,
accelerate budgeted proj-
ects, preferential weighting
for grants, extend the GO
Zone to NW Florida, ensure
BP remains committed to
the claims process and re-
covery, focused marketing
effort, build up the closing
fund, defeat Amendment 4,
Single Sale Factor CIT, re-
move duplicative or unnec-
essary regulations, remove
barriers to small business,
pass Amendment 3, reduce
WC rates, etc.

Ricky Perritt
No information provided.


GREG DOUG FERD
BROWN BROXSON SALOMON


DOUg Br0XSON
Family: Wife, Mary, four
children, Julie, Jason, Jill
and Judd
Place of worship:
Brownsville Assembly of
God
Experience relevant
to the office you seek:
Life experience. Founders
expected people who were
involved in our system and
lived under the law to step
up and serve. I am a busi-
nessman, family man and
churchman,
Other education/ex-
perience: B.S. Evangel
University-Springfield Mo;
graduate of Milton High
School
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: I am a
37 years and counting busi-
nessman. I know the chal-
lenge to making payroll,
paying taxes, putting chil-
dren through high school


and college and dealing
with government intrusion.
Citizens who have been
under the law are better
equipped to pass a law.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it:
Medicaid has the po-
tential to break our state
budget. Florida must have
control of our own plan.
Citizen Insurance: This
is a potential major tax
burden on every insured in
Florida, must depopulate
to free market. .
Jobs: create a positive
environment for business
to come to Florida.


F d M er omon
Family: Wife of 30 years,
Monica; son Christopher,
26, Pace HS/UF gradu-
ate, active duty Navy pilot;
Jennifer, 23, Pace HS/UF
graduate, second year law


and small businessman
who was born and raised in
Santa Rosa County. I have
served on the Yellow River
Soil & Water Conservation
District and in the Florida
House of Representatives.
My heritage and proven re-
cord fighting for Northwest
Florida make me uniquely
qualified to serve the peo-
ple of Northwest Florida in
the Florida Senate.
Other education/expe-
rience: Jay High School
graduate 1973; Pensacola
Junior College; Yellow
River Soil & Water Conser-
vation District (1996-2001);
Florida House of Represen-
tatives (2001 Present).
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: As a
fifth generation farmer
and small businessman, I
am running for the Florida
Senate so that everyday,
working people have an ef-
fective, dedicated and inde-
pendent voice in Tallahas-
see. I want to advocate for
the needs and concerns of


control of illegal immigra-
tion. I have already filed
legislation identical to the
Arizona immigration law
during the special session,
and if elected, I will file this
again in the 2011 session
MIKE and fight for its passage. I
also co-sponsored the Flor-
HIL ida Healthcare Freedom
Act and am committed to
ndensure helping Floridians not fall
Florida's victim to socialized medi-
led out by cine based out of Washing-
:eds. ton.
this po- Economic Recovery: I
how you would also like to file eco-
;:The two nomic recovery legislation
Ilievethat that will help our region
:ssed are recover and decontami-
vernment nate after the Deepwater
lomic re- Horizon tragedy, stimulate
:he Deep- growth of jobs and contin-
gedy. ue the fight to protect our
Govern- 2nd Amendment rights and
o curtail freedoms.


Three children; Joshua, 17,
Jessica, 15, and Jonathan,
14.
Place of Worship: New
Testament Fellowship,
Pensacola
Experience relevant
to the office you seek:
Serve on several state-
wide and local community
boards and visit legislative
delegation annually in Tal-
lahassee on behalf of those
organizations. No prior
public office.
Other education/expe-
rience: B.S., U.S. Air Force
Academy, 1980; MBA, Uni-
versity of West Florida,
1988; Company Grade Offi-
cer of the Year, Eglin AFB,
1988; State Farm Insurance
Agent, 1990 Present.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: People
are desperately hungry for
a true conservative that
will take a firm stand for
the time tested, irrefutable
principles of limited govern-
ment, lower taxes, person-
al freedom and individual


responsibility. I want to re-
peal the $2.2 billion in fees
and assessments placed on
Floridians' driver licenses,
license plates, vehicle reg-
istration and fishing licens-
es. Reducing government
spending and waste is criti-
cal. My friends at Florida
Tax Watch offer my solu-
tions in this area that must
be implemented.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: Eco-
nomic development and
job growth is imperative.
We must streamline the
permitting process for all
businesses. We must re-
duce the corporate tax to
zero over the next seven
to eight years. We must
build vibrant partnerships
between our higher educa-
tion, our military and high
tech businesses. Through
forward thinking leader-
ship, this partnership will
serve as the foundation
for high pay job growth for
many years to come.


GREG
EVERS


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REPUBLICAN
PRIMARY
Who can
vote? Registered
Republicans in

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What's next?
Winner faces Mathias
Venditto (no party
affiliation) in Nov. 2
election.





Greg Brown
family: Wife, Jennifer
Place of Worship: Olive
Baptist Church
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: De-
cade of legislative experi-
ence working for Congress-
man Jeff Miller, U.S. Sen.
Mel Martinez, and State
Senator Durell Peaden.
Currently a realtor.
Other Education/Ex-
perience: Attended Pen-
sacola Junior College and
the University of West
Florida
Reason you are
seeking this position:
I am a sixth generation


REPUBLICAN
PRIMARY
Who can
vote? Registered
Republicans in
Florida Senate
District 2.
What's next?
Winner faces Tea
Party candidate
Christopher
Crawford and a
write-in candidate in
Nov. 2 election.



Greg Evers
family: Three children;
Stephanie, Jennifer and
Rob
Place of Worship: Bea-
ver Creek Baptist Church
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: My
Northwest Florida roots
run deep. I am a fifth gen-
eration Panhandle farmer


Mike Hill
Family: Married to the
former Greta Fields (first
and only wife), 28 years.


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Houston, Texas, Office of
Homeland Security. In this
assignment I managed the
following Divisions: Train-
ing, Intelligence, Joint Ter-
rorism Task Force and the
Special Response Team.
Other education/expe-
rience: My 38 years of law
enforcement experience
coupled with 24 years as a
senior level manager gives
me a unique perspective. I
have worked from a street
level law enforcement of-
ficer up through the ranks
and have supervised units
from narcotics enforce-
ment, child exploitation,
trading with the enemy and
undercover task force op-
erations. My assignments
have taken me around the
world and have given me a
vast amount of experience
and insights into the opera-
tions of other agencies.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: The
tragic death of three depu-
ties, the arrest of the sheriff
and the ongoing corruption
within the sheriff's office
made me frustrated. With
my 38 years of law enforce-
ment and management
experience I decided "The
Status Quo Has to Go." I
entered this race to give
the fine men and women of
the sheriff's office and the
citizens of Okaloosa Coun-
ty a sheriff they can all be
proud of ... we all deserve
better!
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: Corrup-
tion: I will conduct investi-
gations and take necessary
action to bring closure to
the corruption plaguing the
department so that we can
move forward.
Budget:IwillbringLocal/
State/Federal agencies to-
gether to form task forces
and work jointly in enforce-
ment, training, intelligence
gathering and grant re-
search; just to name a few.
These joint efforts will as-
sist in cutting agency cost
while increasing the level of
service provided through-
out the county.


Bill Patterson
Family: Wife, Tammy L.
Patterson; children, Mark
W. Paterson and Sonya L.
Patterson
Place of worship: 1st
Baptist Church of Fort
Walton Beach
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: I
bring to the Office of Sher-
iff of Okaloosa County an
extensive background and
a long history of service
to my country. Enlisting
in the USAF after gradua-
tion from high school May
1961, I proudly served my
country until my retire-
ment 1st September, 1989.
I rose quickly through the
ranks in the Non-commis-
sioned Officer (NCO) Corps
receiving extensive train-
ing and schooling. Also in


management and logistics
training I lead men and
women engaged in the life
threatening job of defend-
ing the nation. Logging 350
combat missions in Viet-
nam, Laos, and Cambodia
on AC-130 gunships as an
aircrew member in a fight-
ing environment provided
the basis for calm response
under fire. Schooled in
plans and management I
was called upon to docu-
ment lessons learned in
training and doctrine man-
uals for training of the next
generation of young war-
riors. Prior to retirement,
I was assigned as the Su-
perintendent of Resource
Plans for the 374 Tactical
Airlift Wing; Clark AFB,
Philippines with author-
ity over the Pacific Theater
of Operations. My orders
were to clean up organiza-
tional, social, and physical
barriers interfering with
the smooth function of the
organization. My military
career is well documented,
with numerous General Of-
ficer endorsements as to
my dedication to duty, hon-
or and country as well as
my ability to make complex
organizations work well
even under the high stress
conditions of armed con-
flict. After my retirement I
continued my response to
the call to duty and my in-
terest in law enforcement
through continued educa-
tion, public service and
political office. The diver-
sity of skills, training, and
education provide a unique
opportunity for me to serve
my friends, neighbors, and
fellow citizens in Okaloosa
County as sheriff in this
time of disruption. My goal
is to provide the strong or-
ganizational leadership I
have and work ourselves
out of the current environ-
ment by restoring the peo-
ple's confidence in their lo-
cal law enforcement. I will
always be integrating the
law enforcement elements
in OCSO into an advanced
and functioning service
that the citizens can be
proud of.
Other education/ex-
perience: BS in Industrial
Management, Troy State;
ASS Logistics Manage-
ment, Community College
of the Air Force; ASS Air-
craft Maintenance Technol-
ogy, Community College of
the Air Force Management;
Associates of Science in
Criminal Justice, Okaloo-
sa-Walton Community Col-
lege; Fla. Law Enforcement
Police Standards; Fla. Law
Enforcement Corrections
Standards; Expert qualifi-
cation: multiple firearms.
Membership: Life mem-
her of the Air Force Asso-
ciation; life member of the
National Rifle Association;
Florida Sport Shooters As-
sociation; lifetime Member
Spectre Association; life-
time member Fort Walton
beach Chamber of Com-


the country and is now suf-
fering further from all the
publicity about the gulf oil
spill. The task of providing
high quality, affordable law
enforcement service to the
county under these pres-
sures while nurturing a
high degree of profession-
alism in the deputy ranks is
the challenge.
I am focused on a func-
tional audit of the budget
to disclose what the tax-
payer's dollar buys them.
We all know that the recent
sheriff's budget was sub-
jected to a forensic audit.
The goal of this audit was
a criminal investigation;
not an analysis of what the
money is being spent on or
what service it provides.
This is the role of a func-
tional audit.
Identification of inte-
grated approaches to uti-
lizing the Neighborhood
Watch program and the
Sheriff's Posse to promote
citizen involvement with
the goal of providing Safe
Neighbors is an example
of low cost approaches to
improved quality with citi-
zen involvement. I propose
to work toward much more
public visibility in the bud-
get process so that the pub-
lic will have a better under-
standing of cost.



Family: Lilia Taylor
(wife); Deanna Prichard
(daughter), Matt Prichard
(son in law); Taylor (grand-
son); Grayson (grandson);
To be named (grandson on
the way); Heather Hamlin
(daughter), Derek Hamlin
(son in law); Tony Taylor Jr.
(son).
Place of worship: Hol-
lywood Boulevard Baptist
Church, Fort Walton Beach
Experience relevant
to the office you seek: In
short, I have over 33 years
experience in local law en-
forcement, having served
my entire career with the
Fort Walton Beach Police
Department. I have pre-
pared myself my entire
career to lead a law en-
forcement agency. I have
a broad range of exten-
sive training and experi-
ence in law enforcement
field work and administra-
tive work; in that I have
worked in virtually every
capacity my agency has
had to offer; patrol officer,
detective, narcotics investi-
gator, crime scene and evi-
dence, administrative ser-
geant, division commander,
et al. I worked my way up
through each and every
rank in the agency, testing
and competing with other
officers for each position. I
have held the ranks of se-
nior officer (now referred
to as corporal), sergeant,
lieutenant and captain
(the highest rank possible
without being appointed
the chief of police or be-
ing elected sheriff). I have


supervised and led local
law enforcement officers
for over 23 years. I have
experience in supervising
a multi-jurisdictional drug
task force (C2), which was
comprised of local, state
and federal law enforce-
ment officers. As a captain
(division commander) I
commanded a patrol di-
vision for approximately
nine years and the support
services division for over
two years. I have extensive
experience in writing, jus-
tifying and administering
multi-million dollar bud-
gets, and in securing and
managing federal grants. I
am the most experienced
and well-rounded candi-
date in this election.
Other education/expe-
rience: Graduated from
Fort Walton Beach Christian
High School in 1976; gradu-
ated with honors from 'Troy
State University in 1991 with
aBachelorofScience Degree
in Criminal Justice, minor in
Business Administration;
graduated from the 193rd
session of the FBI National
Academy; clinical forensic
psychology; Media Relations
for the Law Enforcement
Executive; Hate Crime in
a Multi-cultural Society;
Deadly Force Management;
Fitness in Law Enforce-
ment; Human Behavior in
Organizations; Overview of
Forensic Science for Police
Administrators and Manag-
ers; Legal Issues for Com-
mand Level Officers; re-
ceived hundreds of hours in
advanced law enforcement
management training; re-
ceived thousands of hours in
advanced training in various
law enforcement disciplines
Reason you are seek-
ing this position: Oka-
loosa County needs heal-
ing from the events of the
past year and a half. I have
dedicated my entire adult
life to the public service of
the citizens of this commu-
nity. I have been a good and
faithful servant. I have the
tested and proven ability
on all levels of law enforce-
ment to move the sheriff's
department forward start-
ing day one. I am a con-
summate professional. The
citizens of Okaloosa County
deserve no less.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: The big-
gest issue facing the new
sheriff is the restoration of
the trust and confidence
of the citizens of Okaloosa
County and the members
of the agency in the admin-
istration of the sheriff's
department. I will begin
this process by appointing
a command staff of accom-
plished professionals; tak-
ing immediate definitive
measures to provide abso-
lute closure to the darkest
hour in the agency's history
and addressing significant
deficiencies in the agency's
financial accountability and
officer training.


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CAMPAIGN: Sheriff candidate, Bill Patterson hands
out his campaign fliers at a political forum.


merce; Air Commando As-
sociation; lifetime member
Veterans of Foreign Wars
(VFW). Recent Experience:
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Posse (4 %/ years); FWB
City Council (2003-2007/
2009-2010), Mayor Pro-
tem; West Florida Regional
Planning Council; chair-
man: Board of Directors
Okaloosa Gas; Northwest
Florida Fair Association
Board of Directors.
After feeling uneasy
with the structure of the
law enforcement in Okaloo-
sa County, and feeling the
call of duty, I have spent the
last year and a half travel-
ing among my fellow citi-
zens in Okaloosa County
to discover the sources of
discontent. The level of
dissatisfaction expressed
with then Sheriff Char-
lie Morris', (now the cur-
rent administration), lead
me to organize an official
campaign for the Office of
Sheriff of Okaloosa County.
Working with friends and
concerned citizens the
Bill Patterson Campaign
was uniquely democratic
in today's environment. In
place of the $7846.56 filing
fee, the campaign solicited
and received signed and
validate petition from over
1,400 voters in Okaloosa
County expressing their
desire to see me run for
the office. (In 2008 I was
the only candidate placed
on the ballot by the voters.)
Determined to serve the
people rather than special
interest groups, my cam-
paign staff, and I garnered
support throughout the
county by traveling north
to south and east to west
speaking at church ban-
quets, club meeting, and
other small get together
throughout the county.


On very limited fund-
ing, I was able to register
38 percent of the vote in
the August 2008 contest for
Sheriff of Okaloosa Coun-
ty giving the incumbent
strong competition high
lighting many problems
and focusing the citizenry
on problems in the Sher-
iff's Office. Continuing to
feel the call of duty and
having the desire to rep-
resent the common citizen
against special interest, I
campaigned for and was
elected to a seat on the Fort
Walton Beach City Council
seat No. 6 in April 2009.
The recent disclosure and
validation of the concerns
expressed by the citizenry
during the Sheriff's race in
the fall has resulted in nu-
merous calls from my sup-
porters to stand up and of-
fer to lead the Sheriff's Of-
fice to a future re-instilling
the respect and confidence
of the people in their local
law enforcement.
Reason you are seek-
ing this position:
The people of Okaloosa
County deserve better. We
have seen the abuse of
power in the sheriff's of-
fice of past and today, has
lead to arrests for criminal
actions on several key indi-
viduals with more to possi-
bly come. With ballooning
budgets, I felt it time we do
a line-by-line analysis. It is
time to return honesty and
integrity combined with
fiscal responsibility to the
sheriff's office.
Biggest issue this po-
sition faces and how you
plan to address it: Okaloo-
sa County, like most every-
where else, is facing long
term economic decline.
The local tourist economy
is very vulnerable to eco-
nomic decline in the rest of


League President, all of which
serves to keep me in touch with
our citizens and their views and
increases my effectiveness.
Other education/experience:
Bachelor of Science Degree, US
Air Force Academy; Master's De-
gree in Administration.
Reason you are seeking this
position: I bring pertinent expe-
rience and knowledge, as well as
dedication and commitment, to
help overcome any difficulties so
we will continue to provide excel-
lent educational opportunities to
prepare our students for further
education for the 21st-century
workplace. I am adept at finding
sound solutions to tough prob-
lems; I seek and develop work-
able options. I am passionate
about serving our children, the
taxpayers and our community to
ensure our schools remain the
best in Florida.
Biggest issue this position
faces and how you plan to ad-
dress it: We face daunting fund-
ing challenges and unprecedent-
ed uncertainty over the next few
years and expect significant bud-
get shortfalls. I'll use a "hit list"
of 44 possible cuts developed by a
citizens' committee as a starting
point. While I do what's best for


children, I do right by taxpayers
by trying to keep their taxes low
and by ensuring their tax dollars
are applied effectively since 60
percent of their property taxes
already go to schools.


Melissa Thrush
Family: Christopher Reid,
M.D., Hannah, Emily, Marie, and
Richard Reid.
Place of Worship: St. Rita's
Catholic Church
Experience relevant to the
office you seek: I am a parent of
four children, three of whom are
enrolled in the local public school
district. I have an undergraduate
degree in Electrical Engineering
and a Master's degree in Inte-
grated Manufacturing Systems
Engineering. I have had varied
career opportunities working in
pharmaceutical manufacturing,
a diesel engine plant, and finally
managing the computer systems
and network infrastructure for
the Electrical Engineering de-
partment at the University of
Virginia.
Other education/experience:
I initiated and coordinated the
volunteer operated art program
at Valparaiso Elementary School.


I was a PTO Board member,
Sunshine Math volunteer and
Accelerated Reader volunteer. I
coordinated the volunteer staffed
Valparaiso Elementary Mustang
Metropolis, city within a city pro-
gram last year where students
have hands-on experience run-
ning an entire city.
Reason you are seeking
this position: I believe pas-
sionately in the mission of pub-
lic education. As a parent and
an engineer, I will bring a fresh
perspective to the school board.
I recognize the need to provide
a quality education to all of our
children, not just my own. I will
listen and work with parents,
educators, support staff, admin-
istrators and community leaders
to make responsible choices that
spend our tax dollars wisely and
maintain an equitable, quality
education system.
Biggest issue this position
faces and how you plan to ad-
dress it: The budget shortfall
and class size are the biggest
challenges facing our school
district. The economic outlook
will continue to be bleak as our
state's revenue is solely derived
from property and sales taxes.
I will do my homework and


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CANDIDATE: Melissa Thrush, candidate for the school board,
district 5 seat, is new to the local political arena.

research all the options. Work- and the community, I will devel-
ing in conjunction with the su- op policies and approve budgets
perintendent, school adminis- that address vital needs for our
trators, educators, support staff students.


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STORY BEHIND THE SONG




Look beyond the sunset


PHOTOS SPECIAL TO THE LOG
SONGWRITING TEAM (left): Blanche and Virgil Brock composed more than 500
songs together. TRIBUTE (right): The Brock monument, designed by Virgil Brock
in memory of his wife, features the full music score of their most famous song,
"Beyond te Sunset.th" '


B8 | Destin Log


AUG. 21-24, 2010


pgriffin@thedestinlog.com

"Beyond the sunset,
O blissful morning,
When with our Savior
heav'n is begun-
Earth's toiling ended,
O glorious dawning -
Beyond the sunset when
day is done."

Destin is known to have
some of the most beautiful
sunsets in the world. But
did you ever wonder what's
"beyond the sunset"?
Lyricist Virgil Brock and
his composer wife, Blanche,
tried to answer this ques-
tion in their song "Beyond
the Sunset."
Virgil was born in 1887 in
a rural community in Ohio
to devoted Quaker parents.
At 16, he accepted Christ
personally during a church
revival meeting and felt the
call for Christian service.
He was ordained a minister
of the Christian Church at
age 19.
In 1914, while serving
in Greens Fork, Ind., Virgil
met and married a talented
singer and pianist, Blanche
Kerr. She was born in 1888
in Greens Fork, the daugh-
ter of Dr. James Kerr, and
attended the Indianapolis
Conservatory of Music and
the American Conservatory
of Music in Chicago. They
became a team, serving
together in the Christian
Church and writing more
than 500 gospel songs be-
fore her death in 1958. Virgil
died in 1978 at the age of 91.
A large monument at War-
saw-Winona Lake cemetery
in Indiana, with the words
and music of "Beyond the
Sunset" engraved in stone,
stands as a tribute to the
couple.
Their most famous song,
"Beyond the Sunset," has
sold thousands of records


Back in the '70s, a run-
ning craze swept Ameri-
ca, with folks like Bill Rod-
gers and Frank Shorter
leading the charge.
Of
Course,
Another
-n, guy who
ta in-
tal in the
ggrowth of
REV. STEPHEN running
YATES in the '70s
Writes of Passage was Steve
Pre-
fontaine. Going by the
nickname Pre, Steve
Prefontaine was easily
identifiable because of
his bushy mustache and
locks that would fly in the
wind as he ran. But more
than anything else, Pre
was known for just being
fast!
A middle- and long-dis-
tance runner, Pre would
eventually hold seven dif-
ferent American distance
records during his career.
He attended the Univer-
sity of Oregon from 1970
to 1973 on a track scholar-
ship, and after finishing
third in the NCAA men's
cross country champion-
ships his freshman year,
Pre would lose only two
more races the rest of his
time in college. And all
told, he ended up winning
an amazing 78 percent of
the races he entered over
his lifetime.
Known as a fearless
runner, Pre was famous
for pushing the pace
during his races when-
ever possible. Or as he
famously put it when dis-
cussing his basic strategy
when it came to running:
"I am going to work so
that it's a pure guts race.
In the end, if it is, I'm the
only one that can win it."
Sadly, Steve Prefon-
taine died suddenly at the
age of 24 in an auto acci-
dent on May 30, 1975. But
because of his fearless-
ness and dedication to
running, his legend isstil
alive and well even today.
For at least in the world
of running, no person in
recent memory better
exemplified the overall
fortitude and grit needed
to be great at the sport
than Pre.
Running, of course,
also plays a pretty big
role in the Bible. You
see, because running for
long stretches at a time
requires stamina, endur-
ance and perseverance,
it provides a natural anal-
ogy for describing faith
and what it means to be a
follower of Jesus Christ.
In 1 Corinthians, for
example, we're told to
exercise self-control in
our lives and not to box
wildly as if swinging at
thin air. Likewise, we're
also told to avoid running
aimlessly through life so
as not to be disqualified
from the race.
And then there is the
Letter to the Hebrews.
Comparing faith to a foot
race, we're told in He-
brews to "lay aside every
weight and the sin that
clings so closely" so we
might "run with persever-
ance the race that is set
before us." So just like
1 Corinthians, Hebrews
also sees faith as a race.
And like any race, it re-
quires commitment, dedi-
cation, stamina and even
perseverance.


Of course, that's hard-
ly the extent of faith in the
Letter to the Hebrews,
is it? After all, while
Hebrews claims faith is
like a race, it also likes to
claim it's a race we hardly
run alone. Or as Hebrews
likes to put it: "Since we

ag at a lu fwt sses
... let us run with perse-
verance the race that is
set before us."
As far as Hebrews is
concerned, while we're
busy running the race of
faith, all those who have
gone before us, all those
who have already finished
their own races of faith
are now looking down
upon us cheering uson to
the same finish line.
Every four years when
they run the marathon
at the Olympics, the race
always concludes with
the runners entering the
main stadium for one
final lap. The stands,
of course, are usually
packed with people who
have come to urge and
applaud the runners on to
the finish.
Well, the very same
thing, according to He-
brews, is happening for
us as we run the race
of faith. The stands are
packed with all those who
have gone before us as
they clap and wave us
onward.
Sure, those big guns
of the faith are no doubt
present Abraham,
Moses, Miriam, Saint
Paul, Mary Magdalene
and Mother Mary, just to
name a few.
But the stands are full
of others as well. They're
also full of those saints
who we have known and
even journeyed with for a
bit ourselves. Perhaps it's
a Sunday school teacher
who faithfully taught us
the Bible when we were
just wee little ones. Or
maybe it's a doting grand-
parent who used to talk
to us about what it means
to follow Jesus Christ
amidst the complexities
and trials of life.
And then there are
all those loved ones now
gone who walked through
life with us side by side
and hand in hand, those
loved ones who journeyed
with us through not only
the highs, but also the
lows. Through the peaks
and the valleys, the ups
and the downs that come
with faith and life, they
were there with us run-
ning the race of faith as
well. So they, too, are no
doubt there cheering
us on with all the other
saints as we run the race
of faith that has been set
before us.
So let us set our feet
to the road, brothers and
sisters. For all of us are
running a race, a race
called faith, and to com-
plete it requires perse-
verance and dedication.
But don't let the dif-
ficulty of the race trouble
you, for watching over
each of us are all those
who have gone before us.
With courage and forti-
tude, they, too, ran the
race of faith. And if they
were able to reach that
finish line, then surely we
can as well.
The Rev. Stephen
Yates is pastor of First
Presbyterian Church in
Destin.


and been recorded by per-
formers such as Hank Wil-
liams, Sr., Pat Boone, Red
Foley, George Younce and
Slim Whitman. Some of their
Other songs include "He's a
Wonderful Savior to Me,"
"Resting in His Love" and
"Let God Have His Way."
Although Virgil didn't
know music theory and
needed Blanche to write the
melodies for their songs,
he was awarded an honor-
ary degree of sacred mu-
sic from Trinity College in
Dunedin, Fla., in recogni-
tion of his 50 years of gospel
songwriting.


'eyond th un set'
During the summer of
1936, the Brocks were visit-
ing Horace Rodeheaver at
the Rodeheaver School of
Music at Winona Lake, Ind.
One evening, the guests
viewed a most spectacular
sunset and could not stop
talking about its incred-
ible beauty. A large area of
the water appeared to be
"ablaze with the glory of God,
yet there were storm clouds
gathering overhead."
As the guests were hav-
ing dinner, Virgil's cousin
Horace Burr, blind since
birth, spoke with great ex-


citement, saying he had
never seen such a beautiful
sunset. One of the guests
asked how it was possible
for him to see the sunset.
Burr's reply was, "I see
through other people's eyes,
and I think I often see more
- I see beyond the sunset."
Virgil wrote of the event:
"Someone then raised
the question, 'I wonder
what's beyond all of this?,
Immediately, the answer
began to form in my mind.
I reasoned Horace Burr
had never seen the glory of
an earthly sunset, yet was
blessed as we tried to de-
scribe it to him so we, too,
as Christians, have never
seen what is beyond, but
God in His love and promise
has told us in the Bible of
the glory that is awaiting us
beyond."
Blanche wrote about the
song, "The phrase 'beyond
the sunset' and the strik-
ing inflection of his (Burr's)
voice struck me so forcibly,
I began singing the first few
measures. We then went to
the piano and completed the
first verse."
When Burr heard the
verse the Brocks had writ-
ten, he urged them to write
a verse about the storm
clouds, and the words for


the second verse came
quickly to the couple.

"Beyond the sunset,
no clouds will gather
No storms will
threaten, no fears annoy'
O day of gladness,
O day unending,
Beyond the sunset
eternal joy!"
As the Brocks remem-
hered how closely Burr had
walked with his wife, hand in
hand, for so many years, the
third verse was soon added.

"Beyond the sunset
a hand will guide me '
'lb God the Phther whom
ladore.
His glorious presence
His words of welcome, '
Will be my portion on
that fair shore., "

Before dinner was over,
the fourth stanza had been
added, and the song was
complete and ready for pub-
lication.

"Beyond the sunset, O
glad reunion
With our dear loved
ones who've gone before-
In that fair homeland
we'll know no parting -
Beyond the sunset for-
evermore!"


GOs el concert
The Emerald City
Quartet and gospel-
recording artist John
White will perform in
concert at 6 p.m. Aug. 22 at
Central Baptist Church in
Fort Walton Beach.
Emerald City, from
Panama City, is known for
their commitment to fresh
harmonies, a dedication to
the traditional Southern
gospel quartet-style
heritage and a Christ-
centered approach to
concert ministry.
Whether singing
Southern gospel music,
opera or traditional hymns
of the faith, White is no
stranger to Christian
concert ministry. His
accomplishments include
numerous performances
nationwide as both a
soloist and a member of
the award-winning Victory
Road Quartet.
The concert is free of
charge, with a love offering


taken at intermission. For
more information, call 850-
217-8853.


LUnhel00,
fOShion show
St. Andrew's By-the-
Sea Episcopal Church in
Destin will hold a luncheon
and fashion show at 11 a.m.
Aug. 27 at the church. The
event, open to the public'
will begin with a social
hour and silent auction
followed by lunch and a
fashion show. Clothes will
be provided by Coldwater
Creek and will be modeled
by members and friends of
the church, representing a
variety of ages and sizes.
Silent auction items
include gift certificates
from area restaurants,
jewelry, gift baskets,
massages, a golf package,
original paintings and
Other items. .
Proceeds will go to
support the ministries


of St. Andrew's, one of
which is its homeless
ministry. St. Andrew's
provides showers, daily
bag lunches, hot lunches
on Monday, bicycles for
transportation and a food
pantry.
Tickets are $30 and are
available at the church
office, 307 Harbor Blvd.
Call 850-650-2737.

Upoer Room
Morning Worship
Gather in the "upper
room" upstairs at Marlin
Grill in The Village of
Baytowne Wharf at
Sandestin Golf and
Beach Resort at 9 a.m.
each Sunday for an
interdenominational
morning service of
teaching, praise and
worship. Dress: casual.
Call 351-1990.

Bible study
Community Bible Study,
Women's Day Class, will
be held Tuesday mornings
beginning Aug. 31 at
Destin United Methodist

First Presh terian
Ch rh ( TSA)
of Destin


b L


SS8:30 a.m. Worship 10:00am.
FRE Cyr. o~lds
Now Enrolling f or Fall ~
154 Calhoun Ave.* Ph. 837-6425


Life Center, 200 Beach
Drive.
Join in the study of
1 and 2 Peter, 1 and 2
Thessalonians, Colossians
and James. Children's
programs will be held for
infants to teens. Limited
space is available in
children's department.
Preregistration is
required. Call 837-
2676 or e-mail Janet.
de stindune s ~cox.net.


Arts & Crafts Show
The Destin United
Methodist Women will
sponsor the Second
Annual Fall Flair Arts &
Crafts Show from 10 a.m.
to 7 p.m. Sept. 10 and 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 11 at
the Destin Life Center at
Destin United Methodist
Church, 200 Beach Drive.
A variety of items will
be for sale by both local
and out-of-town vendors.
A bake sale will feature
homemade goodies, and
lunches will be available
in the Soul Caf6. Proceeds
will benefit missions.


Faith Assembly
Chlr~ist in Churdi l

Sunldayr Sert ices
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837-7561


Reconciliation 3:00 til 3:30 P.M.
APRIL 1 THRU SEPTEMBER 30


307 BEACH DRIVE
3 Traomic lihrrom
the Destin Bridge
From East:
5 Traffic lights past
PARIS HO ICE
Phone: 654-5422
Fax: 837-3807


* SATURDAY -


5:00 P.M.


Reconciliation 4:00 til 4:30 P.M.
*ALL SUNDAYS 8:00 A.M. and 10:30 A.M.


* All weekdays except Saturday
* First Fridays &e First Saturdays


8:00 A.M.
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Faith TodaV


Run the race



with perseverance

and dedication


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Saturday, August 21, 2010


Photos by JERILEE BENNETT | Freedom News Service
When tru cker Dave Wh ite travelIs a rou nd t he cou nt ry i n h is sem i, he ta kes a lo ng eve ryt h ing he needs to
quilt. White has a table that he sets up in the back of his cab, complete with an iron and a sewing machine.



Trucker fills spare time sewing


By ANDREA BROWN
Freedom News Service

From the outside, the 9400
International cab looks as macho as its
long-haul driver.
It's a galvanized steel man cave
with 10 speeds, a 200-gallon gas tank,
tandem axles and a 435-horsepower
engine that can pull 40,000 pounds of
tractor parts.
But don't be fooled. Behind the
monster cab's studly bucket front seats
lies a den of stitchery.
It's where Dave White, 53,
unwinds from the stress of
crisscrossing the country in his big,
honking semi-trailer. The 6-foot-2,
240-pound trucker climbs into the
sleeper compartment, fires up his
sewing machine and makes quilts.
"The mindset of eat-sleep-
and-drive gets real old real quick," said
White, a retired Air Force aerospace
weapons mechanic and instructor.
"There are a good deal of other drivers
suffering the same thing."
The routine became even worse
when the economy tanked, leaving
White with fewer loads and more idle
time while on the road for weeks at a
time, away from his Colorado Springs,
Colo., home and his wife. He logged
just 145,000 miles last year for lowa-
based Don Hummer Trucking Co.
During his first five years on the
road, he killed time by reading action
novels and flying a remote-controlled
helicopter. Bored, he went looking for
a pastime. His wife, Dee White, an
accountant, suggested her hobby of
quilting. "You can do this," she told
him.
He was desperate enough to try it.
That was last September. Today, he
is a gearjammin', quilting fool.
When he is not highballing his
70-foot rig down the highway, he puts
the pedal to the metal of his portable
Brother sewing machine.
He really can steam the windows
when he fires up his sweet little travel
iron, which he stores near tidy bins of
dainty fabric.
"I've sat in here for six hours,
sewing .. .. he said.
Sometimes, jazz music from the
satellite radio keeps him company.
Sometimes, it is NASCAR races
booming in the background.
"I'm not totally void of involving
myself in manly things," said the
father of two adult sons.


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The tools of Dave White's hobby are not hammers and pliers, but seam rippers and wheel cutters. When the long-
haul trucker needs to break the boredom of his on-the-road lifestyle, he fires up the sewing machine and quilts.


Truckers have heard White
pounding away, knocked on the door
and asked what in thunder was going
on.
He gladly tells them and shows off
his quilt tops.
"One guy walked away shaking his
head," he said.
So be it.
"Others were enthused that I had
found something to occupy my time,"
White said. "It's a productive activity.
I can take ownership of my time."
White isn't the only long-hauler
shattering the traditional trucker image
and developing nimble fingers, said
Dena Boelter, Don Hummer human
resources manager.
Several of the company's other
160 male drivers crochet, knit and do
needlepoint. But in the past they were
really secretive about it, Boelter said.
"They would make me promise I
wouldn't tell," she said.
Now, she is dragging the crafty
fellas out of the closet by putting their
work on display. Boelter is setting
up an exhibit wall in the corporate
office to show off drivers' handiwork,
which includes sewing and fine art
photography.
In addition to providing White
a productive, creative outlet during
his nomadic adventures, quilting has
another benefit. The need to feed his
habit forces him out of his cab and
into quilting shops, where he gets to
interact with other people.
"Driving is a solitary and sedate
job," he said.


"You are alone a lot. So I use it as
a release mechanism to get out of the
truck and meet local people at quilt
shops."
It's not the usual truck stop
conversation about women, weigh
stations and speed traps.
It's more about threads, colors and
stitch ripping.
"I was dumb as a rock when it
came to cloth," he said.
Not anymore. He is learning about
patterns and designs from his hours
staring out the windshield at the
changing landscape.
"It makes you aware of the
vividness of nature," he said.
"I like the purples. Don't ask me


to do anything in pinks. I haven't ever
seen a pink quilt that I went oohaah
on yet."
Pink aside, he is finding inspiration
everywhere.
"I was looking at the George
Washington Bridge in New York City
thinking: 'That could be a quilting
pattern.' The way of the wires on the
suspension bridge and the masonry
work," he said.
Ditto for the ripples on water, crop
patterns and sunsets.
White really has put his quilting
hobby into high gear. He has made
eight quilts since he started last
September, outpacing his wife. He
even has taught her a thing or two.


"He learned how to use a seam
ripper and taught me the proper
a .. Dee White said. "I've created a
monster."
So far, he has made quilts
for family members as well as
donor quilts for a children's
hospital.
Quilting is becoming more than
just a hobby. It has becoming the
couple's life.
"Now he calls me and says, 'Can
we go to the fabric store when I get
home?' his wife said.
How much are they into quilting?
Ask them about their recent Vegas
getaway.
They went to a quilt show.


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late spring snowf all, an iconic setting for pengu ins and the fa r southern latitudes.



Black and white but always colorful


By LESLIE A. KELLY
For Freedom News Service

Many have thought the
Antarctic to be a vast, white
wilderness with little or no
character, populated by animals
unique to the continent.
Recently had the opportunity to
go there to photograph the penguins
- some of the many millions
in the Antarctic region. Some
major colonies had thousands of
penguins: in other places there


were small groups.
They go about their daily
business of socializing, breeding,
raising lan! . ..... feeding and
maintaining their nests. When they
jump into the ocean, they disappear
to the lens above sea level, unseen
for long periods until they return to
land and their colony.
Two things were immediately
evident to this firt-time visitor that
can't be shown in still photographs.
The noise: an absolute
cacophony rising from each area of


the penguins' colony as members
come and go, raise their voices
to be recognized or chase away a
competitor for space or food.
The smell: the absolute pungent
smell of mud and penguin feces
that stays with you for days.
When I am asked about my
visit to Antarctica, I'm unable to
sum it up in words. Whatever the
lapse in my ability to describe what
I saw, heard (and smelled), I have
memories I never will forget the
seals and whales, the great vistas


of mountain ranges, the peninsula
with calving glaciers and bays.
And most of all, for me, the
penguins.


Leslie A. Kelly lives in Huntington
Beach, Calil., and travels to inter-
esting destinations with adventure
travel groups. He recently spent a
eont hon a detr ruis on-
land Islands, South Georgia, the
Antarctic Peninsula and southern
Argentina.


B10 1 Crestview News Bulletin


Travel


LaMd


of the


Antarctic

is realm of

Emperors,

Kings and

other species


By GARY A. WARNER
Freedom News Service

For some travelers, the
dream is to stand before the
Eiffel Tower. For others, to climb
to the top of Mount Whitney. To
cruise past the pyramids on the
Nile or stand atop the Great Wall
of China.
Among nature lovers,

mcas: Te 1i boes ot t Je
Amazon, the underwater world
of the Great Barnier Reef, the
oddities of nature on Tasmania,
or the crucible of nature in the
Galapagos.
Here we feature the work
of freelance photographer
Leslie Kelly, who ventured to
the bottom of South America,
only to jump onto a ship and
head to the very bottom of the
planet, Antarctica. There he
visited a vast world of blue water
and white ice, populated by
thousands of penguins. Here, in
some of the most inhospitable
places known to man, the
penguins thrive. Emperors and
Kings mix with Adelies and the
occasional Gentoo. Here they
ras ter ong ih t e ses
in what looks like a frigid fonnal,
standing in their naturally
provided tuxedo-like attire.
A trip to Antarctica is a
dream trip for most travelers.
It is an otherworldly place
that exists in our world but one
that takes not a small bit of
effort, time and money to reach.
The goal is not to disturb the
penguins in their world, but to
leamn that what we do thousands
of miles away affects not just us,
but also these sublime creatures
so far from home.


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LEGAL#120639

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
File No:
XXXXX
Division Probate

IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBERT CARROLL
BRYANT
Deceased.

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS

The administration of
the estate of ROBERT
CARROLL BRYANT
deceased, whose date
of death was January
22, 2010,Is pendingIn
the Circuit Court for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
Ida, Probate Division,
the address of which Is
101 E. James Lee
Blvd., Crestylew, FL
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 de-
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 OF THE
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
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF 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 publl-
CallOn of this Notice Is
August 14, 2010.

Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Amy Jackson
Attorney for
Sherry M. Bryant Stone
Florida Bar No.
0732257
476 Highway A1A,
Sulte SA
Satellite Beach, FL
32937


|1100
TRATION SYSTEMS
INC. FOR M&T BANK
Is the Plaintiff and
JILLIAN SPEARS MC-
KINLEY; NICHOLAS
MCKINLEY: FREDDIE
E. SPEARS: are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE. COM
at 11:00AM, on the 23
day of September,
2010, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth In said Final Judg-
ment:
LOT 2, BLOCK H, AD-
AMS POWELL EAST
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF ON
FILE IN PLAT BOOK 4,
PAGE 76, IN THE OF-
FICE OF THE CLERK
OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT, OKALOSSA
COUNTY FLORIDA.

A/K/A 1222 SUNSHINE
DRIVE, CRESTVIEW,
FL 32539


| 1100
06 MINUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS WEST FOR
90.69 FEET TO THE
EASTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF A PRO-
POSED 60 FOOT
ROAD: THENCE
NORTH 41 DEGREES
08 MINUTES 04 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG
SAID PROPOSED
ROAD, FOR 361.78
FEET TO THE SOUTH-
ERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF STATE ROAD
393; THENCE ALONG
SAID SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE,
NORTH 58 DEGREES
56 MINUTES 41 SEC-
ONDS EAST FOR
151.25 FEET TO THE
POINT OF THE BEGIN-
NING

THERE IS A MOBILE
HOME AFFIXED TO
THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY 2005 FLEET-
WOOD BEACON HILL
I.D. # (S):
GAFL457A37918-BH21
A N D
GAFL457B37918-BH21

A/K/A 5300 FAWN
LAKE DRIVE, CREST-
VIEW, FL 32539

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on August 6,
2010.


| 1100
NORTH AND
A RADIUS OF
FEET) AN ARC
TANCE OF 60.61
TO THE NORTH
CORNER OF SA
9: THENCE SOU
DEGREES 16
UTES 39 SEl
EAST 110.00
THENCE SOUT
DEGREES 45
UTES 03 SEl
WEST 115.30 FE
A POINT ON
WESTERLY B
ARY OF THE
SAID LOT 9: T
NORTH 08 DE
50 MINUTES 43
ONDS EAST
SAID WEI
BOUNDARY
FEET TO THE
OF BEGINNING.

A/K/A 114 MERL
CLE, FORT W1
BEACH, FL 32547

Any person claim
Interest In the
from the sale,
other than the p:
owner as of the
the Lls Pendent
file a claim with
(60) days after the
WITNESS MY
and the seal
Court on Aug
2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the
Court

By:K. Brown
Deputy Clerk

Florida Default
Group, PL.
PO. Box 25018
Tampa,
33622-5018


| 1100-
file a claim within 60
HAND days after the sale.
f this Dated this 28 day of
July, 2010.

DON W. HOWARD
Circuit As Clerk of the Court

By:K. Brown
As Deputy Clerk

Dated this 28 day of
Law July 2010.

IMPORTANT
Florida In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Ites Act, persons need-
Ing a reasonable ac-
th the commodation to partic-
Disabil- Ipate In the proceeding
s with should, no later than
eeding seven (7) days prior,
moda- contact the Clerk of the
Ite In Court's disabllty coor-
should dinator at 850-6517497,
Iminis- 1250 N. EGLIN PKWY
James SUITE A114,
East, SHALIMAR FLORIDA,
FL, 32579. If hearing Im-
!phone paired, contact
(850) (TDD)8009558771 via
ension Florida Relay System.
e pro-
lallmar Ben-Ezra & Katz. PA.
or at Attorneys for Plaintiff
Irkway, 2901 Stirling Road,
32579; Sulte 300 Fort Laud-
umber erdale, Florida 33312
rior to T e Ie
phone:(305)770-4100
Fax:(305)653-2329

8/14/12010
8/21/2010
LEGAL#120660
LICA-
IEED IN THE CIRCUIT
COURTOFTHE
10 TD FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR
given OAOS ONY
C, as FLORIDA
lowing CIVIL ACTION CASE
filed NO.2010O-CA-1 889
a Tax
Issued PEOPLES NATIONAL
rtificate BANK,
of Is- Plaintiff,
me In
!rty Is vs
e de-
po-RALPH T. HUGHES,
AMERICAN EXPRESS
77 of BANK, FSB, and
to: UNITED STATES OF
EASE AMERICA,
Defendants.
2 FT
NOTICE OF FORE-
ID#: CLOSURE SALE

Bld: BY DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF CIRCUIT
ty be- COURT
nty of WALTON COUNTY,
f Flor- FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY
:ate Is GIVEN that the under-
ing to signed, DON W. HOW-
y de- ARD, Clerk of Circuit
certifl- Court of Okaloosa
to the County, Florida, will on
nthe the 16, day of Sep-
leeting tember 2010, at 11:00
aloosa o'clock a.m. (Central
house, Time), at
aat vwwwvokaloosa.realforeclose.co
August m offer for sale
and sell at public sale
to the highest and best
day of bidder for cash, In ac-
cordance with Florida
Statute 45.031, the fol-
CIR- lowing described real
property and personal
property situated In
Okaloosa County, Flor-
Ida, described as.

Lots 7, 8 and 9, Block
11, EDNEY'S THIRD
ADDED IONFLTRODACREST-
cording to Plat thereof
IT on file In Plat Book 1,
IE Page 126, In the office
CIR- of the Clerk of Circuit
IA y, Florld Okaloosa
E gether with a 1992
120S West Mobile Home,
V IN
WAAS GAdFLN75A15W10t6WM
,7-HE3 bile Home, VIN #
GAFLS75A63348WE21,
located thereon.

pursuant to the Final
Judgment of Foreclo-
.sure dated August 10,
2010, and entered In a
case pending In said
EREBY Court, the style of
a FI- which Is:
Fore-
-28-10, PEOPLES NATIONAL
Case BANK, Plaintiff-vs


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Legal # 101255

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION

US BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE HEAT
2006-1,
Plaintf,
CASE NO.:
46-2009-CA-003024

vs.

DIVISION:
JOHN WILKES, SR
A/K/A JOHN F. WILKES
SR et al,

Defendant(s).



NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to an
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
7-30, 2010 and entered
In Case NO.
46-2009-CA-003024 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein US BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE
HEAT 2006-1, Is the
Plaintiff and JOHN
WILKES, SR A/K/A
JOHN F. WILKES SR;
LINDA WILKES A/K/A
LINDA C. WILKES: are
the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the 14
day of September,


1111


1


The administration of
the Estate of WILLIAM Any person
M. FLEMING, also Interestin
known as William Mer- from the s~
ton Fleming, deceased, other than t
whose date of death owner as of
was April 30, 2010, Is the Lls Pen
pending In the Circuit file a claim
Court for Okaloosa (60) daysaftel
County, Florida, Pro- WITNESS
bate Division, File and the se
Number 2010 CP Court on 8-6,
000605 S, the address
of which Is 101 E. Don W.Howal
James Lee Blvd., Clerk of
Crestylew, Florida Court
32536. The names and
addresses of the per- By:K.Brown
sonal re resentative Deputy Clerk
and the personal


r presentative s attor-
neey are set forth below.
All creditors of the de-
cedent and other per-
sons having claims or
demands a ainst
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 THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR
THIRTY (30) DAYS AF-
TER 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 a alnst the
decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF 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


claiming an
the surplus
ale, If any,
he property
the date of
Widens must
within sixty
r the sale.
MY HAND
,al of this
2010.

rd
the Circuit


Don W. Howar
Clerk of t
Court

By:K. Brown
Deputy Clerk


Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons with
disabllties needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

8/14/2010
8/21/2010

LEGAL#1 20655

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURTOFTHE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462009CA005368
FILE NO:FO9086088


d
he Circuit


IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
itles Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East.
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579:
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

8/14/12010
8/21/2010

LEGAL#120657

INTHECIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462008CA004696
FILE NO:F08069906

JPMORGAN MORT-
GAGE ACQUISITION
CORP
Plaintff,

vs.

BRUCE UNANGST et
al
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF RE-
SCHEDULED FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTECEpu uantHERE Y
Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated
8-5-, 2010 and entered

4n6-2008-C-s0e04696 NO
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein JPMORGAN
MORTGAGE ACQ~UISI-
TION CORP, Is the
Plaintiff and BRUCE
UNANGST: SHIRLEY
UNANGST A/K/A SHIR-
LEY L. UNANGST:
MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS IN-
CORPORATED AS
NOMINEE FOR
AMTRUST BANK,
FS.B.; QUAIL RUN
TWNHOE SOCIAO

ICs, lare lthseelDefenh
highest and best bid-
der for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the

1h0,dtaheofolloewnembdee
scribed property as set
fot:In said Final Judg-
LOT 58, QUAIL RUN
TOWNHOMES, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 22, PAGE 20,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 1014 AIRPORT
ROAD UNIT 158, DES-
TIN, FL 325410000

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.


Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons with
disabllties needing
special accommoda-
tlon to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway.
Shallmar, FL, 32579:
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

8/14/12010
8/21/2010

LEGAL#120656

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462009CA004304
FILE NO: FO9073832

WELLS FARGO BANK,
Plaintiff,

vs

JSUE M. SUAREZ, et

Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a FI-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated August 02, 2010
and entered In Case

46-2009-CA-004304 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA, Is
the Plaintiff and
JOSUE M. SUAREZ;
BRENDA SANCHEZ,
and BENJAMIN CORA
a tlhe Dedah hsI

adh best bidder f r
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE. COM
at 11:00AM, on the
20th day of September,
2010, the following de-
socrhbe podpetalasu st
ment:
BLP RTION OFSELCT N
ADDITION TO GAR-
NIER BEACH, AC-
CORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 46,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA, BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: BEGINNING AT
THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID LOT
9, RUN NORTHEAST-
ERLY ALONG THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF
MERLE CIRCLE (SAID
RIGHT OF WAY LINE
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number and year
suance, the nar
which the prope
assessed and th
scription of the
ertyls as follows:
Certificate # 18
2008 Assessed
SANDRA KILC~
ETAL
Description: N79
OF E1/2 OF NE1/4
Parcel
08-3N\-25-0000-0001
0030 Opening
$2,956.01
All of said proper
Ing In the Cour
Okaloosa, State o
Ida.

Unless the certific
redeemed accord
law, the property
scribed In the
cate will be sold
highest bidder
BCC Board M
Room at the Ok
County Court
Crestylew, Florid
10:00 a.m. on
28,2010.

Dated this 17th (
August, 2010.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF THE
CUIT COURTS
By: Lisa L, Gula, DC

8-21-10
8-28-10
9-4-10
9-11-10
LEGAL#120658

IN THE CIRCU
COURT OF TH
FIRST JUDICIAL
ACNI TF RFOLRI
COUNTY CAS
NO:2008CA0049

CTC3 N, FNA
SERIES 200
TRUST
Plaintiff,

vs.

Krlsty L. Porter et. al
Defendants.

NOTICE IS H~
GIVEN pursuant to
nal Judgment of
closure dated 7-
and entered In


NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS WELLS FARGO BANK,
SET FORTH ABOVE, NA,
ANY CLAIM FILED Plaintiff.
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE vs.
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED. JAMES W. CART-


3RGT etsal


publl-
tice Is:


The date of first
cation of this no
August 14, 2010

Attorney for P
Rep eetatiqve ~
Ida Bar No. 153430
Palafox Place,
100 P O. Box 1234;
Pnac~ol
433-2224

Personal Repr
tive: CAROLYN
FLEMING 500
Shore Drive, Un
Destin, Florida 3251

8/14/12010
8/21/2010

LEGAL#120654

IN THE CIRCI
COURT OF T~
FIRST JUDICIAL
CUIT
OKANOAND FO

CIVILFALCOT DNC
NO:462008CA001
FILE NO:F0805!

MORTGAGE
TRONIC REG
OORNM&SYBSATNEMS,
Plaintff,

vs.

JILLIAN SPEARS
KINLEY, et al
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS H
GIVEN pursuant te
nal Judgment of
gage Fore
dated August 06
and entered In
N o
46-2008-CA-00411
the Circuit Court
FIRST Judicial
In and for OKA
County,
wherein MOR~
ELECTRONIC


NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE
personal
Iill am lNTCEpu antHERaE

1 27 nal Judgment of Mort-
Sulte gage Foreclosure
7 dated August 06, 2010
5F and entered In Case
46-2009-CA-005368 of
the Circuit Court of the
esenta- FIRST Judicial Circuit
D. In and for OKALOOSA
Gulf County, Florida
lit 622 wherein WELLS
41 FARGO BANK, NA, Is
the Plaintiff and
JAMES W. CART-
WRIGHT: KAREN
CARTWRIGHT: AQUA
FINANCE, INC.; are
the Defendants, Iwill
sell to the highest and
UIT best bidder for cash at
HEWWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
CIR- FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the 23

JNTY, 200, th foloewine d -

:ASE s rhbI oadpeFialasu t
41C ment:
9941 COMMENCING AT
THE NORTHWEST
ELEC- CORNER OF SECTION
'ISTRA- 11, TOWNSHIP 3
INC. NRH, RAONKTOOS

COUNTY, FLORIDA;
RUNDETGHRENCE 3SO NH
UTES 46 SECONDS
MC- EAST ALONG THE
NORTH BOUNDARY
OF SAID SECTION 11.
FOR 271.79 FEET TO
FORE- THE SOUTHERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF STATE ROAD 393:
EREBY THENCE SOUTH 58
oa FI- DEGREES 56 MIN-
Mort- UTES 41 SECONDS
closure WEST ALONG SAID
S2010 SOUTHERLY RIGHT
Case OF WAY LINE, FOR
712.37 FEET TO THE
2 of POINT OF BEGINN-
of the ING: THENCE SOUTH
Circuit 31 DEGREES 03 MIN-
LOOSA UTES 19 SECONDS
Florida EAST, FOR 378.39
TGAGE FEET: THENCE
REGIS- SOUTH 73 DEGREES


No.2008 CA 004920 S,
of the Circuit Court of RALPH T.H
the First Judicial Circuit AMERICAN
In and for OKALOOSA BANK,

wee CITIBANFKorlN A ETR CA.

WAMUTRSESERFIE Defendants.
2007-HE3 TRUST, Isa
Plaintiff and KRISTY L.
PORTER; PHILIP W. and the do
PHELPS 11 are the De- of w
fendants. Don W. How- 2010-CA-001

dicuats eort wel s IIt ANY PERS
the highest and best ING AN II

vwvkalofor.rea oc~se.at TE SSA ~
m at 11:00 OTHER
A.M., at 10th on Sep- PROPERTY
tember 2010, the fol- AS OF TH
lowing described prop- THE LIS
erty as set forthin said MUST FILI
Final Judgment, towit: WITH THE
LOT 16, BLOCK 3, COURT
MARY ESTHER DAYS AI
HEIGHTS, ACCORD- SALE.
ING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PAT WITNESS n
BOOK 4, PAGE(S) 19, the official
OF THE PUBLIC REC- Honorable
ORDS OF OKALOOSA 10 day of Au
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an DON W. HO
Interest In the surplus CLERK O
fromt he sale, If any, COURT
other than the property BEN L.HOL
owner as of the date of P O. Box 12:
the Ils pendens must Crestylew,


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EXPRESS
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STATES OF





,cket number
hich Is
1889.

jON CLAIM-
NTEREST IN
'LUSF FR M
THAN THE
OWNER
IE DATE OF
PENDENS,
E A CLAIM
CLERK OF
WITHIN 60
AFTER THE



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seal of this
Court this
Igust, 2010.
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2010, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth In said Final Judg-
ment:

LOT 21, BLOCK 4,
SPRINGDALE UNIT 1,
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 3, PAGE 9 OF
THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA.

A/K/A 7 NORTH
STREET, MARY ES-
THER, FL32569

Any person claiming
an interest in the sur-
plus from the sale, if
any, other than the
property owner as of
the date of the Lis
Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.

WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on 7-30, 2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court
By:K Brown
Deputy Clerk

Publish In Crestylew
News Bulletin
Invoice To:
Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018
FO9039397-NMNC-CONV

**See Americans with
Disabilities Act**
IMPORTANT

In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons with
disabilities needing
special accommoda-
tlon to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

08-14-10
08-21-10


| 1100
Telephone:
(321) 773-5225
Fax: (321) 215-6409

Personal Representa-
tive
Sherry M. Bryant Stone
2122 Salem Church Rd
Irmo, South Carolina
29063

8/14/12010
8/21/2010

LEGAL#120653

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA PROBATE'
DIVISION CASE
NO:2010CP000605S

IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM M. FLEMING,
a/k/a William Merton
Fleming,
Deceased

NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS


| 1100
HAVING
120.00 WITNESS MY
SDIS- and the seal
4 FEET Court on 8-5, 2010.
~HEAST
ID LOT Don W. Howard
ITH 20 Clerk of the
MIN- Court
CONDS
FEET: By:K. Brown
H 83 Deputy Clerk
MIN-
CONDS Florida Default
iET TO Group, PL.
THE PO. Box25018
IOUND- Tampa,
AFORE- 33622-5018
HENCE
GREES IMPORTANT
SEC- In accordance wi
ALONG Americans with C
STERLY Itles Act, person(
110.00 disabilities nl
POINT special accom
tron to participa
this proceeding
.E CIR- contact Court Ad
IALTON tration at 101
Lee Boulevard
Crestylew,
ilng an 32536-3515; tele
surplus number
If any, 689-5000, Ext
propertyy 7497, prior to tht
date of ceeding. or Sh
must (850) 651-7497
In sixty 1250 N. Eglin Pa
sale. Shallmar, FL,
HAND telephone n
of this (850) 651-7497, p
ust 2, theproceeding.

8/14/2010
8/21/2010
Circuit
Legal # 101276

NOTICE OF APPLE
TION FOR TAX D

Law TDA Case #: 20
000180 C

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|1100
32536 Attorney for
Plaintiff (850) 682-2336
FLA BAR 0036838

If you are a person with
a disabllty who needs
any accommodation In
order to participate In
this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost
to you, to the provision
of certain assistance.
Please contact Shella
Sims, Chief Deputy
Court Administrator,
Office of Court Admin-
Istration at (850)
595-4400 at the M.C.
Blanchard Judicial
Center, 5th Floor, Pen-
sacola, FL 32502 within
two (2) working days of
your receipt of this No-
tice; If hearing or volce
Impaired, call 711.

8/21/10
8/28/10

LEGAL#120662

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462009CA004671
FILE NO:FO9079153

U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE, FOR
JPMALT 2006-S4,
Plaintff,

vs.

PETER L. GREENA-
WALT, et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a FI-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated August 13, 2010
and entered In Case

46-2009-CA-004671 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein U.S. BANK NA-
TIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, AS TRUSTEE,
FOR JPMALT 2006-S4.
Is the Plaintiff and PE-
TER L. GREENAWALT:
NANCY GREENA-
WALT: MIRROR LAKE
OWNERS' ASSOCIA-
TION, lNC.; are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the 30
day of September.
2010, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth In said Final Judg-
ment:
COMTMHEWNECSET AT CTOHRE
NER OF THE SOUTH-
EAST 1/4 OF THE
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
SECTION 16, TOWN-
SHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 22 WEST
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA; THENCE
NORTH 09 DEGREES
57 MINUTES 18 SEC-
ONDS WEST 999.65
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING OF
THE HEREIN DE-
SCRIBED PARCEL OF
LAND: THENCE
SOUTH 25 DEGREES
09 MINUTES WEST
191.95 FEET TO THE
SHORE LINE OF MIR-
ROR LAKE: THENCE
THE FOLLOWING
BEARINGS AND DIS-
TANCES ALONG THE
SHORELINE OF MIR-
ROR LAKE, NORTH 82
DEGREES 09 MIN-
UTES WEST 186.00
FEET, NORTH 46 DE-
GREES 56 MINUTES
WEST 99.85 FEET
NORTH 16 DEGREES
46 MINUTES WEST
73.58 FEET, NORTH 18
DEGREES 51 MIN-
UTES EAST 261.40
FEET, NORTH 49 DE-
GREES 19 MINUTES
EAST 120.95 FEET
NORTH 55 DEGREES
42 MINUTES EAST
141.90 FEET: THENCE
FROM THE SHORE-
LINE OF MIRROR
LAKE SOUTH 17 DE-
GREES 36 MINUTES
EAST 317.75 FEET TO
A POINT ON THE ARC
OF A CUL-DE-SAC
WITH A RADIUS OF

WOD F NE;ONHEDNOC
SOUTHWESTER LY
AROUND THE ARC OF
A CUL-DE-SAC A
CURVE DISTANCE OF
141.53 FEET WITH A
CENTRAL ANGLE IN
THE CUL-DE-SAC OF
162 DEGREES AND 10
MINUTES TO THE
POINT OF BEGINN-
ING.

A/K/A 4165 DOG-
WOOD LANE, CREST
VIEW, FL 32539

Anyreperson claim ngp a
from the sale, If any
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Colur on Aug. 13,

Don W. Howard
Cherk of the Circuit

Jcsn By:Vicki
Deputy Clerk


FloroodpaLDefault Law
PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Am rl as withonDisaw l

disabllties needing
special accommoda-


|1100
tron to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

8/21/2010
8/28/2010

LEGAL#120664

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO:462010OCA0001 64
FILE NO:FO9126498

CHASE HOME Fl-
NANCE LLC
Plaintly ,

vs

DUSTAN W. ADAMS, et
al
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fe-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated August 13, 2010
and entered In Case

46-2010-CA-000164 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein CHASE HOME
FINANCE LLC, Is the
Plaintiff and DUSTAN
W. ADAMS: KRISTA H.
ADAMS; REGIONS
BANK D/B/A
AMSOUTH BANK; are
the Defendants, I will
sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-
FORECLOSE .COM
at 11:00AM, on the 30
day of September,
2010, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth In said Final Judg-
ment:
A PARCEL OF LAND
LOCATED IN SECTION
27, TOWNSHIP 4
NORTH, RANGE 22
WEST, OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA AS
FOLLOWS: COM-
MENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST COR-
NER OF THE SOUTH-
WEST 1/4 OF THE
SOUTHWEST 1/4 OF
SAID SECTION:
SHNC SOUTH M8N8
UTES 07 SECONDS
EAST 733.50 FEET:
THENCE SOUTH 02
DEGREES 51
MINUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS WEST 252.00
FEET; THENCE
SOUTH 45 DEGREES
36 MINUTES 40 SEC-
ONDS EAST 334 FEET.
THENCE SOUTH 49
DEGREES 57 MIN-
UTES 00 SECONDS
EAST 412.33 FEET.
THENCE SOUTH 50
DEGREES 17
MINUTES 37 SEC-
ONDS EAST 242.93
FEET: ALONG SOUTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF PAINTER BRANCH
ROAD: THENCE
SOUTH 04 DEGREES
37 MINUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS WEST 148.49
FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTH 04 DEGREES
37 MINUTES 20 SEC-
ONDS WEST 220.00
FEET TO THE NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF POVERTY CREEK
ROAD: THENCE
SOUTH 87 DEGREES
18 MINUTES 00 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG
SAID RIGHT OF WAY
199.39; THENCE
NORTH 04 DEGREES
30 MINUTES 42 SEC-
ONDS EAST 220.00;
THENCE NORTH 87
DEGREES 18 MIN-
UTES 55 SECONDS
EAST 199.81 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING

RK K 42 V POVERTY
VIEW FL 32539

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on August 13,
2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit

By:Vicki


|1100
Jackson
Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons with
disabllties needing
special accommoda-
tion to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East,
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway,
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

8/21/2010
8/28/2010

LEGAL#120663

IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT
IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION CASE
NO 462008CA006814
FILE NO:F08106298

WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA,
Plaintiff,

vs.

KENDALL D. SADLER,
et al,
Defendant(s).

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a FI-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure
dated August 09, 2010
and entered In Case

46-2008-CA-006814 of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit
In and for OKALOOSA
County, Florida
wherein WELLS
FARGO BANK, NA, Is
the Plaintiff and KEN-
DALL D. SADLER;
SHARON A. SADLER;
MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRA-
TION SYSTEMS, IN-
CORPORATED, AS
NOMINEE FOR
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.;
are the Defendants, I
will sell to the highest
and best bidder for
cash at
WWW.OKALOOSA.REAL-

atO1R EO M,O SE .theO M
day of September,
2010, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth In said Final Judg-
ment:
LOTS 83 AND 84
RE-PLAT OF HOLT
FLORIDA ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 1, PAGE 16,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY
FLORIDA.

A/K/A 4614 JOHNSON
STREET, HOLT, FL
32564

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any.
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Lls Pendens must
file a claim within sixty
(60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND
and the seal of this
Court on August 13,
2010.

Don W. Howard
Clerk of the Circuit
Court

By:Vickle Jackson
Deputy Clerk

Florida Default Law
Group, PL.
PO. Box25018
Tampa, Florida
33622-5018

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons with
disab lties acnee ing

tlon to participate In
this proceeding should
contact Court Adminis-
tration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East.
Crestylew, FL,
32536-3515; telephone
number (850)
689-5000, Extension
7497, prior to the pro-
ceeding. or Shallmar
(850) 651-7497 or at
1250 N. Eglin Parkway
Shallmar, FL, 32579;
telephone number
(850) 651-7497, prior to
the proceeding.

8 21010


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FDestin 407 Spring Medical/Health
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ISaturday 8am to 1 Parthenon I
13 m I elhaeo
IThe Estate of Julie I HatcrofI
I Van Sayer of Destin 1 1 Crestview I
I I I
I 11 NOWHIRING I
I II FT/PT I

IEntire contents ofII CNAs I
I house Includes1 1 I
g Curlo's, Chests, a Must have a current
ble and Chairs, C.N.A Ilcense and
IHutch, Bedroom lI be a team played! I
I Furniture, Sofa and 1 I
ISide Tables, Chn, We offer competitive
Crystal, Fenton pay adbnft o
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1 Flgurines, also Kitch- II I
enware, Racks and + Shift &Weekend
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I Clothes, Shoes, +15 Attendance Bonus
IPurses, most never S +Health Benefits
Worn, Jewelry, Elec- + Voluntary Benefits
tronics, Old Amerl-1 1+WalverofBenefits I
Ican Flyer and Llonel11I Wage I
ITrains, Comics, andlgf Mnm Lf
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ness Bureau. om or call
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Driver- Up to $.03 Per-
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w/electric brakes and miles/weekI Local ol-
ramps. Please call entation. Dally or
537-4800 for more Info. weekly pay. CDL-A, 6
months OTR experl-
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|6110
Crestview -Lg,
2BR/1BA Qulet, Gated,
NO Pets. Call
682-4990/585-5012
$550. mo +$500. DD
Crestview 2 br, 1 ba
W/D, stove, fridge, 140

$500/d~t t0-6852-651i

Publisher's
Notice

All real estate advertis-
Ing In this newspaper Is
subject to the Fair
Housing Act which
makes It llegalefto ad-
Ilmteton aor pdrscrlna
tlon based on race,
color, religion, sex,
handicap, famillal status
or national origin, or an
Intention, to make any
such preference, Ilmita
tln or dst rim ntl s

children under the age
of 18 Ilving with parents
or legal custodians.
pregnant women and
people securing cus-
tody of children under
18.

This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any
tat ertisi Is n vllateon
of the law. Our readers
are hereby Informed
that all dwellings adver-
tised In this newspaper
are available on a equal
opportunity basis. To
topi HofD dcrimln -
1-800-669-9777. The
toll-free number for the
hearing Impaired Is
1-800-927-9275.








|6140








Crestview: 3 br, 2 ba,
Spacious Upscale. Lee
Farm Estate 2000 +
SF Huge fenced back
yard. $1000 mo, availl
Military Discount.
682-8081
Crestview: Nice 3 br,
1.5 ba, House, Stove
and Refrigerator, $700
month + $700 deposit
1307 Pinewood Lane.
(850)682-6514

Laurel Hill
2br 1ba, partly furn.
$450mo + $450

sall pst okutiallta
850-652-4155

T|"gg g
Waters

R IN Estate

10A682-r6156
$750, 3BR 2BA, 1CG
803 Valley Rd,
$725, 2BR,1.5BA
162 Woodlawn Dr, A
$795, 1BR, 1BA, furn
12 Wo la~w~n D C

5819 Antler Way,
$1100 3BR 2BA 2CG
593 James Lee Blvd,
$900, Commercial

O1,ain Cmercial
All poertles re uire
a credit check, one
year lease; no Inside
smoking, pet fees
ae no -reun~dabe.

682-6156



6170




2 br, 2 ba
on large private lot.
$500 month plus
dep. 850-499-8811




3 br, 2 ba
IIal double wde

751largeonfenced deot.
850-499-881 1


111


3220

lherry Bedroom nSe .
used, bbanxdsnew In sac-

Dovetall. Original cost
$4500. Sell for $895.
Can deliver. (954)
302-2423

Leather Living Room
Serl nu Iriginlplas ice
$3000, Sacrifice $975.
Can deliver. Call Bill
(305)420-5982


For more Info call
682-0212 from 8:15 AM
to 12:00 AM.



| 1130 |
Adopt- Pregnant?
Considering adoption?
A wonderful Ilfe filled
with love, financial se-
curity, education and
close extended fmily
awaits your ne born.
Expenses paid. Mellssa
1-866-713-3070 www.
lovi ngf amily, homestead .co
m FL Bar# 0150789

Ar o PREGNANT,
C NS DURING ADOP-
TION? Loving married
couple seeks to adopt.
Will be full-time mom
(age 36) and devoted
dad. Financial security.
EXPENSES PAID. Klim/
Bill (888)399-3255 FL
Bar# 0150789


vs.

KENNETH L. CAMP
BELL, et, al.
Defendants.

NOTICE OF FORE-
CLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a FI-
nal Judgment of Fore-
closure dated April 17,
2009, and entered In
Case No. 2008 CA
005823 C, of the Circuit
Court of the First Judl-
clal Circuit In and for
OKALOOSA County
Florida wherein LQ~Ul-
DATION PROPERTIES,
INC., 1s a Plaintiff and
KENNETH L. CAMP-
BELL; LAURIE CAMP-
BELL; CONSECO Fl-
NANCE SERVICING
CORP SUCCESSOR
BY MERGER TO
GREEN TREE FINAN-
CIAL SERVICING COR-
PORATION: FIRST
GREENSBORO HOME
EQUITY, INC.; FORD
MOTOR CREDIT COM-
PANY are the Defend-
ants. Don W. Howard
as The Clerk of the Cir-
cult Court will sell to
the highest and best
bidder for cash at
vwwwokaloosa.realforecbose.co
m at 11:00
A.M. on September 21,
2010, the following de-
scribed property as set
forth In said Final Judg-
ment, to wit:
SEE ATTACHED
MARKED AS EXHIBIT A

Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus
from the sale, If any,
other than the property
owner as of the date of
the Ils pendens must
file a claim within 60
days after the sale.

Dated this 4th day of
August, 2010.

DON W. HOWARD As
Clerk of the Court

By: Kitty Sims
As Deputy Clerk

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabil-
Itles Act, persons need-
Ing a reasonable ac-
commodation to partic-
Ipate In this proceeding
souki, no later tan

contact the Clerk of the
Court's disabllty coor-
dinator at 8506517497
1250 N EGLIN PKWY
SUITE A114,
SHALIMAR FL, 32579.
If hearing Impaired,
contact (TDD)
8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.

Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
Attorneys for Plaintly
2901 Stirling Road,
Sulte 300 Fort Laud-
erdale, Florida 33312
Telephone: (305)
770-4100 Fax: (305)
653-2329

EXHIBIT A '
COMMENCING AT A
AGE POST IN SO. R/W
LINE OF HIGHLAND
AVE. AND BEING 510'
SOUTHERLY AND 760,
WESTERLY FROM NE
CORNER OF SE 1/4
OF SR 1/4, SEC. 15
-TWP 3 N-R23W; RUN-
NING THENCE WEST-
ERLY 100' WITH SO,
LINE OF HIGHLAND
AVE. TO A LARGE
POST, THENCE
SOUTHERLY ABOUT
113B' AND PASSING
AN IRON STAKE IN
SOUTH SECTION LINE
TO A? IRON POST IN
NO. R/W LINE OF L &
N R.R.; THENCE
SOUTHEASTER LY
WTTH R.R. ABOUT
105' TO A POST IN SW
CORNER OF ROY
SHOFFNER TRACT:
THENCE NORTHERLY
WITH WEST LINE OF
ROY SHOFFNER
TRACT A OUNTG 11A0N

IRON STAKE IN
SOUTH SECTION LINE
OF SEC. 15 TO POINT
OF BEGINNING. AND
BEING LOT S. BLOCK
5, OPPORTUNITIES
(UNRECORDED) SEC-
OND ADDITION TO
SHOFFNER CITY, SAID
TRACT LIES IN BOTH
SECTIONS 15 & 22
NORTH OF THE R.R.

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