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JULY 2-4, 2014 www.crestviewbulletin.com 50 Cents TABLE OF CONTENTS A Halifax Media paper read by 10,450 people every week FACEBOOK Find us at www. facebook.com/ crestviewbulletin TWITTER Follow us at twitter.com/ cnbulletin INSTAGRAM Follow us at crestview bulletin 39th Year, Number 53 By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW A Main Street restaurants landmark barbecue smoker has generated some heat for its owner and chef. Wright Choice Soul Food opened in late 2013 in a site vacated by Country Chicken and Fish. The location is across the street from the county courthouse. Fans of owner and chef Albert Wrights down-home cooking and barbecue were drawn by the aroma wafting from the smoker in a parking spot out front. It quickly became a landmark for directions to the eatery. Everybody smells this aroma and knows its lunchtime, said City reworks set for nations 238th birthday By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW North Okaloosa residents can observe the nations 238th birthday with the citys annual Fourth of July celebration in Twin Hills Park. Childrens activities run 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday on the football eld, with music by Larkins Express from 6-9 p.m. As the skies darken around 9 p.m., theyll ll with the explosions of color and sparkles of an $11,000, 15to 20minute reworks exhibition by Ashley Pyrotechnics. Parking is available on Purl Adams Avenue and in the Twin Hills Park parking areas by the childrens park, near the north side of the foot bridge, by the southwest picnic grove, and by the gymnasium. The gym parking lot also includes handicap spots and dignitary parking, so space will be limited. Hawthorne Street and the lane south of the Northwest Florida State College Crestview campus will be closed at 6 p.m. Except for of cial community By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m CRESTVIEW Noah Jackson may not have celebrated his rst birthday on Saturday if St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital hadnt stepped in to help. HEALTH CARE NO COST When Noah was born June 28, 2013, at Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, doctors spotted glioblastoma, a cancerous brain tumor. They removed the tumor during emergency surgery, but Sacred Heart specialists recommended that Noah receive additional treatment at St. Jude. For seven months in Memphis, Tenn., St. Jude provided two surgeries, six rounds of By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.co m BAKER Five elementary school students know more about television production following a weeklong boot camp. The girls learned how Baker Schools WGTV Morning Show is lmed and edited, they operated a camera and served as onair talent. Students acted out a few skits, including a back-toschool introduction, and interviewed the school dance team. The lessons are sticking, students said. Ive learned how to work the cameras and the (different) shots of medium close-up and wide close-up, Roxy Fountain, 6, said. Roxy favors being in front of the camera, especially after portraying Snow White for one of the camp skits. Skyler Williamson, 9, said she enjoyed acting and being behind the camera. Overall, she said, she gained an understanding of how the schools morning show is produced. I thought (the camp) would be really hard, she said. I thought I would get frustrated and want to come home but I didnt want to come home at all. Whenever I grow up, I either want to be a lmmaker or a movie star. That encourages Marion Meggers, the schools TV production instructor. Even if it is for a brief week, we like to expose them to some of the behind-the-scenes aspects of television, such as preproduction, production and post production, Meggers said. Camp costs bene t the schools TV curriculum. The current cause? Meggers wants to purchase digital hard drives to store past morning show episodes. The TV production class is only available to middle and high school students, but Meggers said younger students should learn the basics. After all, they are probably our biggest fan base watching the show every single day (during the school year), she said. Baker boot camp teaches TV production, raises funds WANT TO GO? WHAT: Baker School Studio Boot Camp WHEN: 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 7-11 WHERE: Baker School, 1369 14th St., Baker COST: $150 per person CONTACT: Marion Meggers, marion_86@ yahoo.co m or Teresa Rockwell, tjrock2020@gmail. com MATTHEW BROWN | News Bulletin Inside Baker Schools WGTV studio, boot camp attendees record a back-to-school introduction. From the left are Alexis Lexi Joiner, Mackenzie McGraw, Roxy Fountain, Eiress Rockwell and Skyler Williamson. Restaurants smoker creates heat for owner FILE PHOTO | News Bulletin Wright Choice Soul Foods smoker, seen in this February photo, once served as a landmark for the restaurant. Since then, city of cials required owner Albert Wright to move it behind the establishment. Placement is an inappropriate conversion of public property to private usage See SMOKER A8 SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN The Jackson family is giving back to St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital, which provided their son, Noah who had a cancerous brain tumor surgery and treatments at no cost. Pictured are Krystal, Noah and Caleb Jackson. HOW TO HELP Visit bit.ly/1lw2dzh to donate toward Noahs Birthday Wish WE CAN FIGHT BACK See FOURTH A8 See FIGHT A8 Couple paying it forward following sons cancer treatments Community . . . A5-6 Military . . . . . A3 Business . . . . . A3 Lifestyle . . . A10-13 Sports . . . . . A7 Classi eds . . . A14 BUSINESS, A2 Credit unions new of ce close to its Baker roots OPINION, A4 Guest column: I wanted to stand up for myself FOURTH RECIPES, A12 Try these locals blueberry muf ns, pancakes LIFESTYLE, A10 California woman traces her fathers Laurel Hill roots

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www.crestviewbulletin.com July 2-4, 2014 By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com BAKER The Okaloosa County Teachers Federal Credit Unions June 21 move from out of the Baker Block and into its new home next to the Gator Caf brought it closer to its roots. In 1960, Dan Green, a Baker School teacher, had the idea to form a credit union just for teachers. He recruited B.J. Brown, a Baker School mathematics teacher who was about to retire. Dan and Mr. Brown would talk on the telephone long into the night, planning and discussing the future of this credit union, Gloria Reeves, the institutions second employee, said before her 2004 retirement. The credit unions rst of ce was a temporary building erected behind the former Richbourg Middle School in Crestview, current President and CEO Jerry Maughon said. THE BAKER BRANCH The Baker branch ofce opened 12 years ago in the Baker Block location of the former post of ce, next door to the Baker Block Museum. The late David Murph, whod worked many years for the Bank of Crestview, was the branchs rst employee. Business took awhile to take off, Baker Block Museum Director Ann Spann said. He was into history and hed come back here (to the museum library) and get books to read, because when it started, things were real slow, Spann said. A lot of people didnt know we were in the Baker Block, Maughon said. Now that we have a nice new building people say, Oh, theres a credit union here now. Today, Murphs daughter, Ariel Murph Crews, a 2009 Baker School alumna, is a teller at the branch her dad opened. He would be proud of our new building, she said. They were talking about building it when he was still alive. Weve been waiting a long time for it to be ready. Were very excited for Baker, actually, branch manager Michelle Evers said. This is really an upgrade for Baker. 6519961 NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCES Pursuant to Article 4, Chapter 102 of the City Code and Section 166.041, Florida Statutes, the Cr estview City Council pr oposes to adopt the following or dinances as set forth by title as follows: ORDINANCE NO. 1528 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 0.23 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER TY LOCA TED IN SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 3 NOR TH, RANGE 23 WEST FROM COMMERCIAL DISTRICT ZONING (C-1) TO PUBLIC LANDS DISTRICT ZONING (P); PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY ; PROVIDING FOR THE UPDA TING OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY ; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DA TE. ORDINANCE NO. 1538 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 24.29 ACRES OF REAL PROPER TY COMMONL Y KNOWN AS PA RK PLACE V AND LOCA TED IN SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 NOR TH, RANGE 23 WEST ; SAID PROPER TY BEING REZONED FROM COMMERCIAL DISTRICT ZONING (C-1) TO SINGLE OR MUL TI-F AMIL Y DWELLING DISTRICT ZONING (R2); PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY ; PROVIDING FOR THE UPDA TING OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY ; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DA TE. ORDINANCE NO. 1539 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 10.0 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER TY BEING OUT OF AND A POR TION OF STEEPLECHASE PHASE TWO, A SUBDIVISION LOCA TED IN SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 3 NOR TH, RANGE 23 WEST ; SAID PROPER TY BEING REZONED FROM COMMERCIAL DISTRICT ZONING (C1) TO SINGLE OR MUL TI-F AMIL Y DWELLING DISTRICT ZONING (R-2) PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY ; PROVIDING FOR THE UPDA TING OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY ; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DA TE. ORDINANCE NO. 1540 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 6.01 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER TY BEING OUT OF AND A POR TION OF REDSTONE EST AT ES SUBDIVISION, LOCA TED IN SECTION 28, TOWNSHIP 3 NOR TH, RANGE 23 WEST FROM COMMERCIAL (C-1) ZONING TO SINGLE OR MUL TI-F AMIL Y RESIDENTIAL (R-1) ZONING; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY ; PROVIDING FOR UPDA TE OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY ; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DA TE. ORDINANCE NO. 1542 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 0.33 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER TY LOCA TED IN SECTION 20, TOWNSHIP 3 NOR TH, RANGE 23 WEST ; SAID PROPER TY BEING REZONED FROM COMMERCIAL DISTRICT ZONING (C-1) TO SINGLE OR MUL TI-F AMIL Y DWELLING DISTRICT ZONING (R-2) PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY ; PROVIDING FOR THE UPDA TING OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY ; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DA TE. ORDINANCE NO. 1543 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 12.0 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER TY LOCA TED IN SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 3 NOR TH, RANGE 24 WEST ; SAID PROPER TY BEING REZONED FROM COMMERCIAL DISTRICT ZONING (C-1) TO SINGLE OR MUL TI-F AMIL Y DWELLING DISTRICT ZONING (R-2); PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY ; PROVIDING FOR THE UPDA TING OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY ; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DA TE. ORDINANCE NO. 1544 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CRESTVIEW FLORIDA, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF 66.11 ACRES, MORE OR LESS, OF REAL PROPER TY LOCA TED IN SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 3 NOR TH, RANGE 24 WEST ; SAID PROPER TY BEING REZONED FROM OKALOOSA COUNTY RESIDENTIAL SUBURBAN SINGLE (RSS) ZONING DISTRICT AND AGRICUL TURE (AA) ZONING DISTRICT TO CITY OF CRESTVIEW CONSER VA TION (E) DISTRICT ZONING; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY ; PROVIDING FOR THE UPDA TING OF THE CRESTVIEW ZONING MAP; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY ; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DA TE. The public hearing in conjunction with the rst re ading of these or dinances will be held on Monday July 14, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.; and the public hearing in conjunction with the second re ading and adoption of these or dinances will be held on Monday July 28, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. The public hearings shall be held in the Council Chambers, 198 North Wilson Str eet, Cr estview Florida. All citizens and inter ested parties ar e encouraged to attend the City Council meeting and to pr ovide written and/or verbal comments on the matters under consideration. The or dinances ar e available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Administrative Services Department, City Hall, 198 North Wilson Str eet, Cr estview Florida fr om 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday thr ough Friday The City Council of the City of Cr estview Florida does not discriminate upon the basis of any individual s disability status. Anyone re quiring re asonable accommodation as pr ovided for in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insur e access to and participation in the meeting should contact the Of ce of the City Clerk at (850) 682-1560 at least ve (5) calendar days prior to the meeting to make appr opriate arrangements. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Council with re spect to any matter consider ed at this meeting or public hearing such person will need a re cor d of the pr oceedings and for such purpose, such person may need to insur e that a verbatim re cor d of the pr oceedings is made, which re cor d includes the testimony and any evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. The City of Cr estview supports Equal Opportunity Employment, Housing and Pr oviding Handicap Access. PO 13760 July 2, 2014 The Wo rking Pa rent s Best Fr iend Tw o locations to ser ve yo u! Call to schedule a tour toda y! Childcare Network #183 405 Br ookmeade Drive, Crestview Florida (850) 398-8806 www .c hildc ar en et wo rk .n et/183 Li ce ns e #C01OK0115 Childcare Network #132 104 0 Fa rmer Street, Crestview Florida (850) 683-1680 www .c hildc ar en et wo rk .n et/132 Li ce ns e #C01OK0088 BUSINESS Page A2 BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin Second-generation credit union employee Ariel Crews assists member Jeremy Morgan. Right: The Okaloosa County Teachers Federal Credit Unions new Baker branch of ce is close to the institutions roots at Baker School, in the background. FYI Okaloosa Teachers Federal Credit Union founder Dan Green was not the institutions rst member. I asked Dan one time why his account number was not no. 1, Gloria Reeves said. He told me that he did not have the $25 to deposit for the charter fee and John Blackshear did. So John had account no. 1. The credit unions charter members were Baker School teachers Blackshear, Helen Blackshear, Amarene Grif th, Clinton Doug Grif th, Allen Kelley, James Striplin and Green. Closer to home: Teachers Credit Unions new of ce moves close to its Baker roots

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Crestview News Bulletin | A3 July 2-4, 2014 DONT IGNORE the WA RNING SIGNS 1. Difculty hearing in noisy situations, like restaurants 2. Tr ouble understanding womans and childrens voices 3. A need to ask people to repeat themselves If youve experienced any of the above, CALL BEL TONE TODA Y, and hear what youve been missing! BE HEARING SAFE THIS 4TH OF JUL Y Just How Many Americans Experience Hearing Loss? 8 Benets of hearing instruments vary by type and degree of hearing loss, noise environment, accuracy of hearing evaluation and proper t. Some restrictions apply Not to be combined with other offers or previous purchases. Limited time offer www .beltone.com Jet engine at take off Gun shot: 140 decibels WERE IN YO UR NEIGHBORHOOD! Immediate danger to hearing (850) 3874931 CL OS ED 4T H OF JUL Y Pr ov ider of Mo st In su ra nc es Ex pi res 7/ 25/1 4 Br in g yo ur co up on Th e pu rc ha se of a pa ir of Be lt on e Fi rs t 17 he a ri ng Ins tr um en ts $8 00 of f Fi rs t 9' s. No t va li d on pr ev io us pu rc h ases. Ca nn ot be comb in ed with ot he r of fe rs Di sco un t of f MSR P. Tr ue 3 Op en Fit He ar in g Ai d Re gular ly SA LE Co mp le te ly wi re le ss ; sm all an d af fo rd ab le $1 95 0 $1 49 5 $1 000 OF F CRESTVIEW 1332 N. Fe rdon Blvd. (850) 398-4378 DEFUNIAK SPRINGS 1756 US Hwy 90 We st (850) 307-5152 Business Florida Chamber recognizes 2 Panhandle legislators The Florida Chamber of Commerce honored the following Panhandle region legislators with 2014 Distinguished Advocates awards: Rep. Matt Gaetz (RShalimar): Championed meaningful lawsuit abuse reform this session with his work on fair settlement legislation and reducing nursing home litigation. Rep. Jimmy Patronis (R-Panama City): Continued to advocate for environmental regulatory reform. The Florida Chamber presents these awards to legislators who fought for pro-jobs initiatives during the 2014 session that help make Floridas businesses more competitive and create more economic opportunities for Floridas families. The Florida Chamber also released its annual publication, How They Voted, which provides grades for all 160 legislators so business leaders can see who voted for or against job creation and economic growth. Crestview attorney recognized for service The Florida Bar honored 203 attorneys for 50 years of dedication to the practice of law during a luncheon at The Florida Bars Annual Convention at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. Ben L. Holley, Crestview, is among the recognized attorneys. To be recognized, attorneys must be members in good standing of The Florida Bar and attain their 50th anniversary of admittance to the practice of law in 2014. Senior counselors whove practiced for 50 years or more but have not been members of The Florida Bar for the entire period also were recognized. Application deadline set for pollinators The United States Department of Agricultures Natural Resources Conservation Service is funding $300,000 in Florida through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program to promote conservation practices that help reverse the loss of pollinator food and habitat. July 18 is the signup deadline. Conservation practices that address loss of foraging habitat for pollinators include conservation cover, eld borders and hedgerow planting. Contact the Crestview Service Center, 934 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, 682-2416, for more information. New development planned on Okaloosa Island Ozean Development has announced a new mixed-use development that will feature nearly 200 hotel rooms and 100 condominiums. Construction on the project will be located on the bay side of U.S. Highway 98 across the street from Beasley Park and next to the Elks Lodge. The development is currently being referred to as Ozean Resort, but its nal name has not been decided yet. FROM STAFF REPORTS Acting secretary initiates site inspections across veterans health facilities Acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs Sloan D. Gibson directed all Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Health Care System directors to conduct monthly in-person reviews of scheduling practices in every clinic within their jurisdiction. Site inspections will include observing daily scheduling processes and interacting with scheduling staff to ensure all policies are being followed to deliver veterans the timely care they have earned. In addition to monthly reviews of over 900 Veterans Health Administration facilities nationwide, Veterans Integrated Service Network Directors will also conduct similar visits to at least one medical center within their area of responsibility every 30 days, completing visits to all medical centers in their network every 90 days. Schiro, Traywick complete Air Force training Air Force Airman Jason C. Schiro and Air Force Airman Brandon M. Traywick graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San AntonioLackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airmen completed an intensive, eightweek program that included training in military discipline and studies. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Schiro, the son of Cheri and Chris Schiro of Cary, N.C., is a 2012 Crestview High School graduate. Traywick is the son of Michael E. and Sharon A. Traywick of Crestview. BRIEFS FROM STAFF REPORTS REP. MATT GAETZ REP. JIMMY PATRONIS MILITARY FROM STAFF REPORTS BRIEFS BRANDON M. TRAYWICK

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OPINION www.crestviewbulletin.com July 2-4, 2014 Page A4 Presbyterians are getting with the times At this point and day in age, who cares, as long as two people love each other; why not? I mean, really, who is it hurting? Does it really concern another individual who anyone vows to share their life with? Its a personal choice ... There are a lot of things people do that I dont agree with, nor do I make the same personal choices, but who am I to say one cant do (it) just because its not my choice? ...So if a pastor is willing to marry anyone, be happy that two people, regardless of their choices, has found a person to commit to. Obviously, the church has come to terms with the times and is accepting. Erica Asble Its in black and white Read the Bible, people. It is there in black and white, just before dont mark up your body, that a man shall not lay with a man. That is why (God) created man a mate: to go forth and replenish the earth. Margarette Ann Butler Faircloth Let people do what they want We need to let people be who they want to be and let them marry who they want to marry. Its not our decision; its theirs. Sherrie Mitchell Remember the churchs true meaning I think if more people worried about their life and not what other people choose to do, the world would be a better place. Its okay if you choose not to live the way I choose to. I am happily married to my husband, but if someone else chooses to be with a woman or man, shouldnt that be their decision? (Most churches) are always talking about how people live their life and what they do and how they do it; they should be focusing more on God... People forget the true meaning of God and church. Shelley N Blake No matter what, sin is sin ... I nd hypocrisy in those that quickly condemn a homosexual as they sit eating in excess, or turning a blind eye to their childrens promiscuity. Sin is sin ... we are to have internal re ection before we choose to point out the speck in our brothers eye. However ... the Bible is clear that sexual immorality, whether same sex or heterosexual, is considered sin. ...Christian walk is about sacri cial living, and not having it be all about ones self. Mark Welton Marriage: Really between just two people? Marriage is between one man and one woman says the man or woman on their third marriage with stepchildren. Ryan Mabry Judge not, lest ye be judged Ironically, homosexuality also poses a challenge for heterosexual Christians. We may let feelings of contempt or fear lead us into the sin of self-righteousness. But Jesus and other New Testament leaders taught by word and example not to be selfrighteous or shun or discriminate against those we consider to be sinners (Matthew 9:1013, Luke 7:36-48, 18:9-14). Further, Jesus told us to eliminate the sins in our own lives rather than passing judgment or looking down on others. For if we judge other people harshly, we will, in turn, be judged harshly. Amanda Kay Gay marriage: a slippery slope It absolutely hurts other people and its not love. It is lust. A church who gives in to the ways of the world is not the true church. God says homosexuality is an abomination. It is not of God. If we continue to allow these little things in, things will just continue to get worse. Sheena Faircloth About pastors who would marry samesex couples... I would have a problem with a pastor marrying a same-sex couple. He is not obeying Gods word if he performs that marriage. Shirl Grif n Long HUBBUB PROBLEMS WITH PONDS MOSQUITOES I have called the (county) of ce twice last week and was told they would have an inspector call me back concerning the stagnant water/pond in my backyard and the yards of my neighbors. I live in Lee Farms and it is an extreme health hazard, and our large oaks and shrubs have all died. Mosquitoes are a horrible problem as well. Guess I need to call the EPA in Pensacola because Ive been unable to get help at county level. Kerry Wood REMEMBERING MARK KEMPSKI Mark was such a great man honest, helpful and a good friend. Our family will miss him. Raymonda Schwartz GREAT GUY ... WILL BE MISSED He was a great guy. I felt safe that he wasnt ripping women off. I was one of his customers since he opened the store off (Highway) 90. He will be missed. Pamela Hannah Apelskog OAK HILL ROAD NEEDS SERIOUS REPAIRS This section of road has been repaired and xed several times within the last 10 years. If it was designed and built properly to a 100year ood stage in the beginning, this would have never been an issue. Stop Band-Aiding these projects. Look to the future growth of the area. Todd Lawrence RE-DEFINING CONSERVATIVE Here, I can pull innocuous tidbits from the Internet also. Historian Gregory Schneider identi es several constants in American conservatism: respect for tradition, support of republicanism, the rule of law and the Christian religion, and a defense of Western civilization from the challenges of modernist culture and totalitarian June 19, around 8:20 p.m. in Crestview, I woke up to a dark house. After slowly getting out of bed, I fed dinner to the cats. 8:40ish, I heard a noise but also heard thunder in the distance and assumed it was just wind or something else. I heard more noises so I lifted my head up and saw two lights. Its just a passing car, I told myself. Besides, the cats are restless and hungry, so its time to get going. Then I heard a mans low, mumbling voice, and then another voice I couldnt make out. Then I saw that the lights were not car lights. They were ashlights and there are at least two people in my house. PLEASE LEAVE MY HOUSE I called 911. The phone lit up brightly; I hid it quickly out of fear of giving my position away to the intruders. Scared and shaking, I couldnt think of what to do. I asked God for strength. In a raised, shaky voice I said, Please leave my house. Fortunately, I startled them, and I believe they took off. For peace of mind, I called 911 at 8:51 p.m. The 911 operator called me at 9:10 p.m. to let me know the of cer was walking around my house and would ring the door bell soon. MEDICATION? HALLUCINATIONS? The Crestview police of cer didnt see broken glass or signs of a break-in. He asked me what medications I was on and whether I take them like Im supposed to. Did I dream the incident or could I have hallucinated it, he asked. I told him I was awake and wasnt hallucinating, but he repeated that he saw no signs of anyone being in my home or breaking in. I might as well have been blind, and the of cers way to handle me and the situation was to tell me to just keep looking harder! MISSING ITEMS I went to feed the cats their dinner and discovered a case of canned cat food was missing. Ha! I thought; proof that somebody was in my house. I looked out the window, saw that the of cer was still parked, and I ran out to tell him about the missing case of food. He said he could write a report but highly doubted they would recover stolen cat food. I tried to explain that I was trying to prove there was someone in my house. IF THEYD HAVE ASKED... If the of cer would have asked me, he would have found out that my automatic garage door opener doesnt work, so I have been leaving it cracked open at the bottom for two abandoned cats that take refuge there during rain storms and in the winter. To leave it cracked, I prop it open by putting a screw driver through one of the rungs, so it was pretty easy for the intruders to open the garage door why they closed it, I have no idea. The bottom lock on the garage door to the utility room doesnt work well and one can jerk the door open. It is hard to bolt as the door swells (I will never leave it unbolted again). RESOLUTION I am a Gulf War disabled veteran, and my parents were emergency room nurses, so Ive grown up knowing and respecting law of cers. Fortunately, Crestview Police Lt. Rick Brown stopped by my house on June 26 and we had a wonderful conversation. He assured me that the matter was taken seriously and addressed. He made sure that I understood to never hesitate to call 911 in the future if needed. I appreciated the gesture and felt better. After all, I explained to him, my only intent was to stand up for myself. GUEST COMMENTARY After a break-in, I wanted to stand up for myself DENISE SCHUSTER Crestview I told (the police of cer) I was awake and wasnt hallucinating, but he repeated that he saw no signs of anyone being in my home or breaking in. I might as well have been blind, and the of cers way to handle me and the situation was to tell me to just keep looking harder! 1 ISSUE: DIFFERENT VIEWS NEWS INFORMATION If you have a concern or comment about the Crestview News Bulletins coverage, please call 682-6524. 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Periodical postage paid at Crestview, Florida. POSTMASTER: Please send address change to 705 Ashley Drive, Crestview, FL 32536. All material herein is property of the Crestview News Bulletin. USPS Number 010-209 705 Ashley Drive, Crestview, FL 32536 To report news, for information, subscriptions and advertising, call 682-6524. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN COUNTY 13 weeks .................................... $9.45 26 weeks ................................... $17.85 52 weeks .................................. $32.76 OUT OF COUNTY 13 weeks ................................... $14.70 26 weeks .................................. $23.10 52 weeks .................................. $38.01 Home delivery subscriptions may be charged a higher rate for holiday editions. governments. Jon Bell CRESTVIEW HIGH HAS OUTDOOR EDUCATION? Outdoor education class? Wow. Where was this when I went there? Andrea Heath Wilkinson PRAISE FOR CHS PRINCIPAL DEXTER DAY Great leader and mentor; he walks the walk. Kelly Hayes THERES AN APP FOR RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS I use an app called Restaurant Inspection on my phone. It gives you exact number of violations, dates what for, and you can view the info all right there. It pulls up all restaurants, including fast food, by zip (code) or via the nearby tool. Alia Finch ROAD CLOSED SIGNS ARE FOR EVERYONE At Southside Center, there is a road closed sign in the mornings when pre-k students are being unloaded from buses. People will drive around the sign, pass buses being unloaded and are surprised when the resource of cer asks the driver to obey the sign. Its as if some people think the signs are for other drivers, not them. Becky Ennis Kannapel NEED MORE PLACES TO TAKE THE KIDS (Movies & More) was a nice place to take kids. Very few of those places exist in Crestview ... Itd be nice to have local entertainment so residents could spend money in our town rather than having to leave. Erica Perry CHALLENGING FROM THE PULPIT We are not sheep to be led; we are individuals who should be allowed to nd their own path. Richard S. Singleton

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Boar d Certi ed Ey e Ph ysici an and Catar act Specia list We specialize in the Diagnosis an d Tr eatment of Ey e Conditio ns Ass oc ia te d with agin g, including: COMMUNITY Page A5 By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW The Crestview Rotary Club has its largest class of new members in recent history and a new slate of of cers. At the clubs June 25 meeting, assistant district governor John Blair, a Crestview club member, swore in the organizations new president, Hub City Smokehouse owner Mike Carroll. I have some really big shoes to ll, Carroll said, acknowledging past president Don Turners accomplishments. Under Turners administration, the Crestview Rotary established a student Interact Club at Crestview High School, and won the Rotary Zone 34 Public Image Award. The zone encompasses the entire southern U.S. and the Caribbean, Blair said. Joining Carroll on the new club board are directors Bill Barnhill, Larry Ward and Chad Wilkinson; treasurer Kim Day-Scheid, sergeant-atarms Ronnie Lunsford, secretary Pat Hollarn and president elect Allyson Oury. To the past board, thank you, Carroll said. To the new board: Roll your sleeves up. We have a lot of work to do. The local Rotarys next project will be the annual September distribution of free dictionaries in north county schools. BETTY CURENTON & CLAUDIA PATTEN | Special to the News Bulletin In this August 1946 photo, children gather in the home of Lucy Henry, seated left, which doubled as Crestviews rst lending library. Her daughter, Bertha Henry, standing, served as librarian. EXPLORING NORTH OKALOOSA HISTORY Compiled by BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com July 6, 1976: Two days after the nation celebrated its Bicentennial, North Okaloosa residents celebrated the opening of Crestviews new, roomy public library in Twin Hills Park. (Todays Northwest Florida State College satellite campus.) The library had come a long way since its founder, Lucy Henry, established a library in her East Pine Avenue home in 1940. Henry, who was blind, knew the value of books and made them available to children who ocked to her home. Her daughter, Bertha, served as librarian, keeping records and checking books in and out. Later, the library moved to a site on Lloyd Street in a strip mall that used to be located behind todays McDonalds. July 7, 1940: The Jalopy Racing Club of Crestview planned its rst jalopy races at the old airport site on the stretch of South Ferdon Boulevard, opposite the south entrances to West Redstone Avenue, which long-time locals still call Juke Hill. Cars entering the race had to be worth less than $100, excluding their tires value. A torrential rain destroyed most of the half-mile tracks carefully sculpted hills and obstacles, forcing the club to postpone its race until July 21. Visit the Baker Block Museum, at the corner of Highway 189 and State Road 4, Baker, or call 537-5714 to learn more about local history. Brand new library BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin New Crestview Rotary Club of cers are Don Turner, past president; Chad Wilkinson, director; Kim Day-Scheid, treasurer; Ronnie Lunsford, sergeant-atarms; Mike Carroll, president; John Blair, assistant district governor; Pat Hollarn, secretary; Allyson Oury, president elect; Bill Barnhill, director; and Capt. Larry Ward, director. The Crestview Rotary Club inducted one of its largest classes of new members during its June 25 meeting. From left are new President Mike Carroll, new members John Hughes, Katina White, Keat Baker, Courtney Huffstutler, Rebecca Casarez and John Hofstad; and club director Bill Barnhill. WANT TO GO? The Crestview Rotary Club meets Wednesdays at noon at Coach-N-Four, 114 John King Road, Crestview. 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A6 | Crestview News Bulletin July 2-4, 2014 Our summer reading program is off to a zzing, booming start! And its not too late to join! Check out the Youth Services page on our website, cityofcrestview. org/library.php, for details about programs for youths from 1 day old through 17 years old. Print out the Summer Reading Log (or pick one up at the library) and challenge your rising rst-grader or older child to read each day for at least 15 minutes! Every day they rise to the challenge, they earn a funny money dollar. Turn in Reading Logs no later than July 23. Then, come to Reader Awards at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 29 at the Community Center. There, readers can spend their hard-earned cash at the Funny Money Auction and Store. Although readers must be rising rst-graders or older, younger siblings are welcome to come and cheer for their big brothers and sisters at Reader Awards! We will have a yummy treat provided by Quiznos for all in attendance! Prizes have been donated by the community. If you have something in great condition that will light up a childs eyes, please bring it into the library! We accept Funny Money Auction and Store prizes year-round in order to have ample supply and variety for our readers! This event is sponsored by the Crestview Public Library. Please call 682-4432 with questions. Heather Nitzel is the Crestview Public Librarys youth services librarian. 651 8500 Happy Birthday America! (850) 689-3655 TO LL FREE (866) 739-627 4 Monda y thr ough Sat ur da y, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 20 14 La ce y Ln. Cr estvie w FL 32536 Yo ur One St op Se wing Shop Margie's Sew Much Fun will be closed July 4th. We will Open for business Saturday July 5th. www .mar giessewmuchfun.com Community STAFF PICK THE BLACK BOOK OF COLORS BY MENENA COTTIN, PICTURES BY ROSANA FARIA It is very hard for a sighted person to imagine what it is like to be blind. This groundbreaking, award-winning book endeavors to convey the experience of a person who can only see through his or her sense of touch, taste, smell or hearing. Raised black line drawings on black paper, which can be deciphered by touch, accompany a beautifully written text describing colors through imagery. The text is translated into Braille so that the sighted reader can begin to imagine what it is like to read by touch, and there is a full Braille alphabet at the end of the book. First published in Mexico, it has since been published around the world and has been universally praised for its unique and innovative approach. CHECK IT OUT Read books and earn funny money for prizes HEATHER NITZEL Youth Services Librarian, Robert Sikes Public Library SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN Isaiah Lipscomb, 10, of Crestview, son of Tre and Sasha Lipscomb, holds up giant broccoli that Dr. Magical Balloons brought to town during a June 13 presentation at the Crestview Public Library. AIRBORNE BROCCOLI FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY MEETING: 10:30 a.m. July 17, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. Guest speaker is Kathy Newby, Okaloosa County public information of cer. The public is invited. BEGINNING COMPUTER SKILLS TRAINING FOR SENIORS: Call 682-4432 to schedule one-hour appointments at the library. Library card required. ANNOUNCEMENTS FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY MEETING: ANNOUNCEMENTS

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By RANDY DICKSON 682-6524 | @BigRandle randyd@crestviewbulletin.com Friday, we celebrate our nations 238th birthday and what a 238 years it has been. I studied communications but also took as many history electives as I could in college for love of the subject. One of my favorite classes was History of American Sports. Yes, I made an A in the class. And no, the class wasnt all about baseball, football and basketball; but there was a healthy dose of those sports, too. Long before Babe Ruth hit his rst home run for the Boston Red Sox, or his last home run for the Boston Braves, or Knute Rockne challenged Notre Dames football team to win one for the Gipper, sports dominated Americas landscape. Many of those sports, such as hunting and horseback riding, were used in everyday life. We Americans always have wanted to test our skills against the best to see how we measure up. Before Abraham Lincoln became our nations 16th president, he was one of the best wrestlers in the Midwest. Abe wasnt bad at splitting logs, either. Many of our presidents were college athletes. Dwight Eisenhower played football and baseball at West Point before having his athletic career cut short trying to tackle Jim Thorpe. Gerald Ford was a star center at Michigan. George H.W. Bush was captain of the Yale baseball team. John Kennedy was a swimmer at Harvard. Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan played small college football as well. And Reagan, who played the Gipper in the 1940 biopic Knute Rockne, All American, also was a sportscaster before moving to acting and then politics. Our sports heroes and our military heroes often are the same people. The Baseball Hall of Fame is lled with men who sacriced years of their careers to defend the United States during World War II. Boston Red Sox left elder Ted Williams was a ghter pilot in World War II and the Korean Conict. Yogi Berra, the great New York Yankee catcher, worked on a rocket launching boat during the D-Day invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944. Cleveland Indian pitching great Bob Feller served as a gunners captain on the Battleship Alabama. Dallas Cowboys Coach Tom Landry, an Army Air Corps pilot, ew 30 missions over Europe in a B-17. Chad Hennings, a Cowboys defensive lineman in the 1990s, is an Air Force Academy graduate who ew ghter jets before retiring from the military. Rocky Bleier almost lost his life in Vietnam, but came back to start at halfback on the great Pittsburgh Steeler teams of the 1970s. Roger Staubach, who won the 1963 Heisman Trophy while playing quarterback at the Naval Academy, led the Dallas Cowboys to their rst two Super Bowl wins. David Robinson was 6-foot-8 when he entered the Naval Academy 7-foot-1 when he graduated and was the top pick in the 1987 National Basketball Association draft. He led the Spurs to two NBA championships. Yes, many other brave men and women have entertained us on the athletic elds and served on the battle eld. Some, such as former Arizona Cardinal defensive back Pat Tillman, gave the ultimate sacrice for our freedom. This weekend, as you celebrate all that is America, take time to remember the people behind the games who gave of themsel ves for our freedom. Randy Dickson is the Crestview News Bulletins sports editor. Email him at randyd@crestview bulletin.com, tweet him @BigRandle or call 682-6524. By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Three for mer Crestview police cars will be donated to the Oka loosa County Correctional Institution. Police Chief Tony Tay lor received the request from Warden John Willis, who did not indicate in his request for what purpose the vehicles would be used. Taylor said the 1998 and two 2003 Ford Crown Victo rias are beyond useful life for law enforcement applications and would cost more than theyre worth to repair and bring up to standards for eld use. The City Council unanimously ap proved the request. Each vehicle is worth no more than $500 based on prior auctions of similar vehicles in similar condition, Taylor said. In his request for coun cil approval of the dona tion, Taylor noted the city might realize a small re duction in its vehicle in surance by removing the cars from inventory. But mostly, he said, the donation will continue the goodwill and coop eration between the De partment of Corrections and the Crestview Police Department. Currently the city re ceives almost daily inmate labor services, and the police department relies on Corrections blood hounds for search and res cue operations. Taylor said he checked before making his re quest to the council, and no other city department was interested in tak ing responsibility for the vehicles. 30 3 Gl en Av en ue Va lp ar ai so 85 038 921 25 co mp as sr os ev al p. co m | fa ce bo ok .c om /c om pa ss ros ev al p NE W ME NU NE W CH EF C h e f D a n i e l S o t o b r i n g s y o u a t a s t e o f t h e i s l a n d s LAW ENFORC E M E NT www.crestviewbulletin.com July 2-4, 2014 Page A7 TONY TAYLOR Police Chief Old Crestview police cars donated to Corrections SPORT S Remember athletes who served for our freedoms NORTH END ZONE Randy Dickson

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Local A8 | Crestview News Bulletin July 2-4, 2014 attorney Dixie Dan Powell, whose practice is on the same block. Wright said when he opened the restaurant, he sought and received per mission from city ofcials to put the cooker out front. Then all of a sudden he was requested to remove his grill, Powell, represent ing Wright, recently said while addressing the City Council. Wright moved the grill to the back of the building, but with it went his major attraction. We had people come all the way from Navarre but they said they couldnt nd our place, Wright said. People say to look for the grill out front. PRIVATE SMOKER, P UBLIC STREET Placing the smoker in a public parking space was an inappropriate conver sion of public property to pri vate usage that if approved by the council, could set a dangerous precedent, city attorney Jerry Miller said. Wright said he requested permission from multiple city ofcials including Fire Chief Joe Traylor, build ing inspector Eric Davis and building ofcial Jonathan Bilby to place the grill in front of his business. I tried to nd the ordi nance, Wright said. They said there was no ordinance because I was doing it in front of my place. This was allowed and approved by the city to be used for nine months, Pow ell said. If thats the case, I would ask the city to investigate who it was who thought they had authority to authorize this, Miller said. At the June 23 City Coun cil meeting, Wright sub mitted a petition signed by 300 supporters, and Powell said a canvass of business owners on the block raised no objections to the grills placement in front of Wright Choice Soul Food. We dont do nothing without going out to do the right thing, Wright said. Powell and Miller agreed to discuss Wrights options prior to raising the matter again during the July 14 council meeting. Yo u could be out living yo ur li fe ... instea d of liv ing wi th a chr on ic wound. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call 850-6 89-8 215 today. 6519904 OF CRESTV IEW MEMBER FDIC Yo ur Hom etown Bank Since 1956! Yo ur Hom etown Bank Since 1 956! www .f nb cr es tv ie w. co m Family Owned & Operated by Heather & Andy Powell 436 We st Ja mes Lee Bl vd planning yo ur funeral ? W ho would yo u want Ma ke an appointment today so the bur den won t be on yo ur childr en. chemotherapy, lodging and food. In addition, specialists provided physical, occupational and speech therapies during a crucial point in Noahs development. All the surgeries, treatments and therapies came at no cost to the family. Now, little Noahs latest brain scan, as of February, shows no cancer. WH AT A BLESSI NG Despite favorable results, Noah is not medically cleared at this time. Until he is ve years clean, they wont diagnose him as beaten (cancer), Caleb, his father, said. So we have a little ways to go, but we are doing about as good as we can right now. Still, its a relief, Krystal, his mother said. The weight that was lifted ... I cant even describe how wonderful it is, and what a blessing its been for us, she said. Now, the Jacksons are paying it forward. The family is raising money for St. Jude. With the support of friends, family and the community, theyve raised more than $32,000. As a parent, this is a way we can ght back, Krystal said, referring to cancer. AMA Z I NG COMMU N IT Y Back at his Crestview home, Noah receives additional chemotherapy and care. Although treatments can take a toll on an infant, Noah has a smile on his face. He is a very happy baby; he just takes it all in stride, Caleb said. His parents also are happy, thanks to Crestview residents support. This is an amazing community; they have rallied behind us with support and prayers, Krystal said. FIGHT from page A1 SMOKER from page A1 reworks displays and sparkling reworks that send out showers of sparks, make popping noises and stay on the ground, reworks are illegal in Florida. Crestview Police Chief Tony Taylor said while his ofcers wont aggressively seek out people celebrating with illegal reworks in their backyards, they will respond to resident complaints and blatant violations, generally giving a warning. Well be responding to calls and well do random patrols, Taylor said. Anything we come across well handle appropriately. We want people to have fun but we want them to do so safely and within the limits of the law. With zooming, exploding reworks readily available just a mile over the Alabama border in Florala, many north county residents and visitors have been stocking up for their own backyard pyrotechnics. FOURTH from page A1 The Crestview News Bulletin is now on facebook.com Add us as a friend and receive updates to local news and community features in your Friend Feed.

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www.crestviewbulletin.com July 2-4, 2014 BULLETIN BOARD WHATS HAPPENING? Whats Happening in Okaloosa County? Let us know. Email items or updates to news@crestviewbulletin.com. Publication is free on a space-available basis. STRICTLY WEAVERS MEETINGS: monthly, TBA. Details: Alice, 934-4403. KNITTING & CROCHET GROUP: 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays, Crestview Public Library. Details: Rae Schwartz, bakerny@yahoo.com. CRESTVIEW KIWANIS CLUB: 11:45 a.m. Wednesdays, Coach-N-Four, 114 John King Road, Crestview. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS: 10-11 a.m. Thursdays, 704 E. Robinson, Crestview. For info call 689-1842. SENIORS VS. CRIME: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, except holidays, 296 S. Ferdon Blvd., Suite 8, Crestview. Call 306-3176 to report incidents. Details: okaloosacountysvc@yahoo. com. MOUNTAIN DULCIMER GROUP: 2-4 p.m. Thursdays, First Baptist Church of Crestview. Listen or play; beginners welcome. Call 682-3165 for details. 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Performances are held the second Tuesdays of each month from 6-7:45 p.m. WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT BENEFIT: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Aug. 23, American Legion Hall, 898 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview. The all-day event will feature family-friendly activities, food and live music. Event organizer Michael Finn seeks additional volunteers; call 333-6034. WHATS HAPPENING GATHERINGS SERVICES VA SUICIDE HOTLINE: 800-273-TALK (8255), or www.veteranscrisisline.net for con dential chat and self-check quiz. NARCONON: Call 1-800-431-1754 for a free brochure on the signs of drug addiction, free screenings or referrals; or visit DrugAbuseSolution.com. ENERGY ASSISTANCE AND SERVICES FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Tri-County Community Council, 290 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., Crestview. Details: 306-1134. BAKER SOUP KITCHEN: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesdays, Shady Grove Assembly of God. Details: 537-2744. WOMEN AND FAMILY INTERVENTION SERVICES AND EDUCATION: a Crestview-based Community Drug and Alcohol Council program that helps pregnant women with substance abuse. Details: 689-4024. CHILDCARE ASSISTANCE: Eligible lowincome families can receive nancial assistance through the Early Learning Coalition of Okaloosa and Walton Counties. Details: 833-9330 or 833-9333. FREE MEDICARE COUNSELING: By appointment, Crestview Public Library and Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Crestview. Details: 306-2240 or 1-866-531-8011. HELP NEEDED VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT BENEFIT: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Aug. 23, American Legion Hall, 898 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview. The all-day event will feature family-friendly activities, food and live music. Event organizer Michael Finn seeks additional volunteers; call 333-6034. EMERALD COAST HOSPICE provides comprehensive compassionate care through a team of professional staff members and volunteers. ECH invites you to become a part of our team by volunteering. Volunteers are trained and provided ongoing education. You can serve in a variety of areas, from administrative help to making visits or weekly phone calls to hospice patients. Volunteering just a few hours a month makes an incredible impact. Details: 689-0300. ACTIVE IN DISASTERS needs people to work in the Emergency Operations Center assisting county personnel. Call Yvonne Earle at 863-1530, extension 230 for details. BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF NORTHWEST FLORIDA NEEDS MENTORS. Adult volunteers spend two hours weekly mentoring children. Pairs go to the library, museum, park or beach, hike, roller-skate or play sports. Call 664-5437 for details. NORTH OKALOOSA YMCA VOLUNTEERS needed. Contact Susan Goff, 682-8635, for details. HERITAGE MUSEUM VOLUNTEER TRAINING is available. Call Carol Visalpatara, 678-2615, for details. LOCAL LAUREL HILL CITY COUNCIL: 6 p.m. rst Thursdays, City Hall. BAKER FIRE DISTRICT COMMISSION: 7 p.m. rst Thursdays, Baker Area Public Safety Building. DORCAS FIRE DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS: 7 p.m. rst Thursdays, 5232 Deer Springs Drive, Crestview, off Highway 90. BLACKMAN FIRE DISTRICT BOARD: 7 p.m. rst Mondays, 1850 U.S. Highway 2, Baker. COUNTY OKALOOSA COUNTY PARKS ADVISORY COMMITTEE: 3 p.m. rst Wednesdays, alternating between the Crestview Public Works conference room, 1759 S. Ferdon Blvd., and the Fort Walton Beach Water & Sewer Buildings thirdoor conference room, 1804 Lewis Turner Blvd.

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LIFESTYLE www.crestviewbulletin.com July 2-4, 2014 Page A10 E xploring Laurel Hill, population 500, and meeting its residents would be my way to experience the area where my father, Daniel Webster Henderson, was born in 1893 and raised in his early years. He was the second child of Thomas and Eliza Garrett Henderson, and I wanted to know all I could about them, too. Experiencing the area was also a way to personalize the narrative that I was writing to accompany 100 years of family photos I was placing in albums by decades. It gave me the youngest of nine children; born when my father was 54 answers to questions about grandparents I never met, and my father who died 40 years earlier. Driving west from Jacksonville across the Florida Panhandle, I saw topography from stories Pop would tell while rocking in an aluminum chair on the front porch of our West 90th Street home. We lived in what became known as South Central Los Angeles. Our two-bedroom home was a kitchen for Mom, a roof over the heads of ve boys and four girls, and a learning center to understand how to survive in the world. My hope was also to nd out all I could about Pops stay in an orphanage when he was young. Rocking on the porch after a good meal Mom cooked, Pop would remind his children, In an orphanage, I had to ght with the rats for food. My initial research to nd my Pop started with a visit to www. laurelhillnow.co m I sent an e-mail to the web editor, who suggested I go to the Baker Block Museum and then to the Laurel Hill Grill. HELPFUL HISTORIANS What am I doing here? I thought, as I looked outside the Laurel Hill Grill in the early evening the rst day of my trip. What am I going to ask the people inside? Fear of not nding my cousins, or the information I hoped to nd, kept me from entering. The next morning, I was at the Baker Block Museum. The wonderful volunteers and individuals who were looking up their family histories were extremely helpful in pointing me in the right direction and researching my Pops genealogy. My apprehension eased with each offering of suggestions on where to look, how to connect, and what to ask. After 3 p.m., I was starving when I nally entered the Laurel Hill Grill and saw that I was the only customer. Jessica, a waitress, kept on saying maam at the end of each sentence, and I knew that I wasnt in Manhattan, where I lived! We talked about the reason for my trip and her school and career aspirations. She then suggested that I return the next morning, when the regulars and other long-time residents would come in for eggs, grits, biscuits and gravy. THE REGULARS Miss Bessie, in her early 80s, was the rst elder that I met. She, an oracle of information, sat at the head of the table and talked about doing piece work to earn some money, traveling to Europe with her military husband and raising her children. Today, downtown Laurel Hill has one restaurant and one gas station. It wasnt always that way. Miss Bessie told me about the MacDonald Campbell feed and seed stores, the ferrier that once was across the street from the restaurant (originally a gas station), The Creamatorium (an ice cream store), and banks that disappeared with periodic collapses of the local economy. Former Laurel Hill School Principal Morris Rogers and his wife, Martha, shared resources and suggested places that I should visit. Meeting with Laurel Hill Grill regulars, I saw faces whose skin reminded me of Pops smooth cheeks, heard sentences that were punctuated the way he spoke, and understood why he brought his children up in ways that I never understood. As I drove along the treelined roads leaving Laurel Hill, I could even see Pop as a young boy walking in the grass or riding in a horse-drawn buggy. FINDING AUNT CALLIE MAE I set out to follow leads I had gotten at the Baker Block Museum. My rst stop was the DeFuniak Springs court house. I found my Grandmother Elizas Feb. 8 obituary in the 1958 volume of The DeFuniak Herald Breeze. Survivors included my Aunt Elizabeth, who I knew from childhood; Pop; and a name I had never heard: Callie Mae Hammond of Freeport. Grandma was buried in Hatcher Cemetery in Freeport, and I proceeded to pay my respects at her tombstone. At rst, I couldnt nd where Grandma was buried; there were a lot of Garretts in the cemetery. I wandered until a cemetery trustee asked if I needed help. She, too, was challenged to nd the tombstone, and even drove home to nd a le that indicated Grandmas location. Grandma had a small tombstone; near hers was one for my Aunt Callie Mae, along with others in a small plot. It was a moving time: seeing my relatives names and feeling the connection. PHOTOS RAISE QUESTIONS In my New York of ce, when sorting through Henderson photographs, I came across three pictures of handsome, probably teen-age boys. But I didnt recognize the names listed on the photos backsides. However, in less than a minute I turned the pictures over again and read aloud the names that were written in ink script: Scat Hammond, Vester Hammond and Emory Hammond. Were these Aunt Callie Maes children? Would I nally be able to nd and speak with a cousin? On the Internet, I found Scott (Scats) obituary, viewed a picture of Vester in The Florida Future Farmer 1960, and saw that Emory had a DeFuniak Springs business. I wrote a letter to Emory and enclosed some family pictures to let him know I was related to him through a mutual grandmother. It seemed he called me as soon as he got my letter. THE ORPHANAGE Emory and his older sister, Nellie Mae, answered many questions for me and provided new information. I found out that Nellie Mae and my sister Alice were pen pals, and thought that exchanging correspondence was probably how the school pictures of her three brothers got into my familys collection. According to Laurel Hills 1900 census, my Grandpa Thomas was deceased. Except, my new cousins told me Grandpa took his three children Elizabeth, Dan and John and left Eliza for another woman in 1901. Two weeks later, Eliza gave birth to Callie Mae. The unnamed woman didnt go with Grandpa but he left his children at a Catholic orphanage in Louisiana. For the rst time in Florida, he saw Callie Mae at 15 years old. I wanted to nd where Pop had been placed so I started with St. Marys Academy; it was a name that Nellie Mae had heard. The school referred me to the archives of the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. Sister Durenda Dupont found the asylums actual records and read the information. Pop and his brother John were placed in St. Marys Orphan Boys Asylum on Aug. 5, 1901. Dan was 6 and his brother 4, according to the records. Durenda also saw in the original record that June 8 was written in pencil above the space for age. June 8 is my Pops birthday. The person who placed the boys there wasnt their father but Pastor, Shreveport; no name was given. Both boys were indicated as Baptised (its unknown if that was before or when they were in the asylum). The Full or Half Orphan column was lled in with Parents Living not atypical at a time when providing for children was hard. My Uncle John, taken to C. Hospital in November 1902, died in the asylum on Sept. 11, 1906. Pop was discharged to an unnamed friend on March 29, 1910. I thought it was Aunt Elizabeth; Durenda thought it could have been an older boy who was friends with Pop in the asylum, someone who came back to get him out since he might have a job for him. Durenda could not nd Aunt Elizabeths record. There was no female orphan asylum, but there was an industrial school where girls could learn a trade. However, there was no record of Elizabeth. Durenda gave me a list of ve Catholic orphanages and I began to make more calls to nd where Elizabeth was placed and when she was discharged but have not been successful yet. The orphanage was torn down years ago. However, the next time I go to New Orleans, I will try to nd, if not the exact location, then the street and the area where the asylum was located. Although I wont see the actual asylum, I now know where Pop spent his early years, thanks to the many people who took the time to help me. Thank you, everyone, for helping during my quest of Finding Pop in Laurel Hill. Finding Pop in Laurel Hill North county residents help woman uncover her family history Meeting with Laurel Hill Grill regulars, I saw faces whose skin reminded me of Pops smooth cheeks, heard sentences that were punctuated the way he spoke, and understood why he brought his children up in ways that I never understood. Leigh Henderson PHOTO CREDIT Sonora, Calif., resident Leigh Henderson says the Laurel Hill Grills regular patrons helped her tremendously in her quest to learn more about her father who died 40 years earlier. It was a spur of the moment decision. Or so it felt. It was actually responding to my yearning since childhood that I booked a ight from New York City to Jacksonville in Florida on March 6, 2011. On May 18, I landed on terrain I had never stepped foot on before, rented a car, then set out on the Panhandle to nd Laurel Hill in Okaloosa County and Pop. Daniel Webster Henderson, born in 1893, had nine children; he was 54 when the youngest, Leigh, was born. The California resident has crossed state lines for her genealogy. Eliza gave birth to Callie Mae. The unnamed woman didnt go with Grandpa but he left his children at a Catholic orphanage in Louisiana. For the rst time in Florida, he saw Callie Mae at 15 years old. I wanted to nd where helping during my quest of Finding Pop in Laurel Hill. County and Pop. LEIGH HENDERSON Special to the News Bulletin

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Crestview News Bulletin | A11 July 2-4, 2014 Its almost the Fourth of July, the day when we celebrate our independence as a nation and the many liberties we enjoy as individuals. Still, we have to keep working to earn some freedoms such as nancial freedom. By making the right moves, you may eventually enjoy your own Financial Independence Day. Consider these tips: Set free your vision Your rst step in moving toward nancial independence is to establish a vision of what this freedom might look like. Ask yourself: When do I want to retire? What do I want to do during my retirement years? How can I be con dent that I wont outlive my nancial resources? The answers can help you develop a clear picture of where you want to go which will make it much easier to create a nancial strategy for getting there. Liberate your full investment capabilities Right now, you may have good investment opportunities that you are not fully exploiting. For example, are you contributing as much as you can afford to your IRA and your 401(k) or other employer-sponsored plan? And when your income goes up, are you increasing your contributions to these accounts? Both an IRA and a 401(k) offer tax advantages and a variety of investment options, so try to get as much out of these plans as you can. Avoid the bondage of a non-diversi ed portfolio If you only own a few types of investments, you are restricting your opportunities and probably taking on too much risk. If a downturn primarily affects just one or two asset classes, and most of your investment dollars are tied up in those assets, your portfolio could take a big hit. But if you free up your holdings by diversifying across a range of investments stocks, bonds, government securities, certi cates of deposit and so on you may give yourself more chances for success while reducing the effects of market volatility on your portfolio. Keep in mind: Diversi cation cannot guarantee pro ts or prevent losses. Unshackle yourself from debt Its not always easy to lower your debt burden, but its worth the effort. The lower your monthly debt payments, the more money you will have available to invest for the future and for your ultimate nancial freedom. Look for ways to consolidate and reduce your debts. Escape from disability and long-term care expenses Few events can threaten your nancial independence as much as a disability or the need for long-term care, such as a nursing home stay. Even a short disability and time away from work can wreak havoc on your nancial situation. And an extended stay in a nursing home can be hugely expensive. The national average for a private room in a nursing home is nearly $84,000 per year, according to a recent survey by Genworth, a nancial security company. To defend yourself against the threat of disability or the expense of long-term care, you may want to consult with a nancial adviser, who can recommend the appropriate protection vehicles. The Fourth of July is a festive occasion. But youll have even more reason to celebrate once you can declare your own nancial independence. So, do what it takes to speed the arrival of that day. Joe Faulk is a Crestview nancial adviser. www .cr est viewbulletin.c om email: ne ws @cr est vie wbull etin Pl ease pr ov ide a co lor phot og ra ph if possible Al l inf or ma tion must be ty ped Information mu st be submitt ed by 11 am Monday for We dn esday s pa pe r an d 11 am Th ursday for Sa tur day s pa pe r. Lifestyle FINANCIAL FOCUS JOE FAULK Financial Focus 5 tips to secure a nancial Independence Day (8 5 0) 68 215 60 CRESTVIEW BULLETIN Like us on

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A12 | Crestview News Bulletin July 2-4, 2014 LAUREL HILL A soggy spring may have been a bother in some regards, but all that rain was a boon for North County blueberry crops. Coupled with the lack of a late freeze that has doomed them in previous years, were expecting a bounty. Weve been plucking ripe berries off the bushes for the last couple of weeks. Alas, theyre so good they never made it into the house and thence into pies, muffins, smoothies or pancakes. Thats no problem; plenty more are ripening daily, and these two breakfast recipes are a great way to kick off your Fourth of July morning. Our dear friend McDonald Campbell, matriarch of the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church whos looking forward to her centennial birthday party later this month shared a favorite blueberry muffin recipe. PICK UP YO UR COPY TOD AY ITS HERE! A well-designed magazine that guides you through beautiful sites, sounds and places in Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and Wa lton Counties. Av ailable locations : The To urist Development Council Centers, Chamber of Commerce loca tions, NWF Regional Airport, The Fa mily Support Centers at Eglin and Hurlburt real esta te of ces, restaurants, hotels and your local newspa per of ces. Gina Boyleston, Auctioneer Broker AU4475, AB264 AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION AUCTION 2 Lake Front Home Sites Crestview Florida Lot 1: 1.96 Wo oded Acres Lot 2: 1.67 Wo oded Acres Home Sites Adjoin. Buy 1 or Both. Each Has 150+WFF Paved County Road Power & Public Wa ter Seller Financing Av ailable Minutes from Downtown Online Bidding Only BoylestonAuctions.com Bidding Closes on We d., July 16 Directions: From Hwy 85 in Crestview go east on Airport Rd. 4.4 mi. to Poverty Creek Rd. then east (right) 2 mi. to Clear Creek Rd. on the left. Left 1/2 mi. to Auction Property on the right just past the lake. Follow the Auction Signs. Te rms: 10% down auction day Balance in full at closing within 30 days. 10% buyer s premium. Seller Financing. See website for terms. 850-393-1 152 850.678.2313 | Jor danA irEn terprises .c om SP4287 C omfor t done right so yo u ca n sleep tonight! Ge t yo ur Sy stem Ready with our Planned Main tenanc e Pr og ra m! RA 0067136 Ge t yo ur Sy ste m Ready with our Planned Main tenanc e Pr ogr am! RA 0067136 Lifestyle Start your Fourth with blueberry muf ns or pancakes Blueberries are ripening throughout the countys north end. These few ripe ones mingled among red berries that will soon be ripe. BRIAN HUGHES | News Bulletin This light, uffy pancake was made with buttermilk instead of regular milk, and blueberries picked fresh less than an hour beforehand. BRIAN HUGHES LIfestyle Editor Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN McDonald Campbells Blueberry Muffins 2 cups Bisquick or favorite premixed baking mix cup powdered milk cup sugar 2/3 cup water 1 egg teaspoon lemon extract 1 cup blueberries Mix the dry ingredients. Add water, egg and lemon extract. Stir until just moistened. Fold in blueberries. Bake in greased muf n pans at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 to 20 minutes. Blueberry Oatmeal Pancakes cup uncooked oats 1 cup milk (or buttermilk) 2 beaten eggs cup melted shortening or butter 1 all-purpose our 2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1 cup blueberries Combine oats and milk, set aside for ve minutes, add eggs and shortening/butter to oat mixture and mix well. (For uf er pancakes, use buttermilk instead of whole or skim milk.) Combine dry ingredients, add oat mixture and blueberries, and stir until just blended. Pour about a quarter cup on the hot griddle for each pancake. While you can top your pancakes to your own taste, Ive found blueberry syrup adds even more blueberry goodness to em. Some would say thats gilding the lily, but I just cant get enough blueberries! A BERRY GOOD BREAKFAST

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Crestview News Bulletin | A13 July 2-4, 2014 An no un ci ng a spe ci al boo k: e No rt hw est Fl orida Da ily Ne ws is pr oud to pr esent the har d-bound, co ee table book, O kaloosa County Me mories. We ar e wor king with ar ea libraries, ar chiv es, historical par tners and yo u, our re aders, to pr oduce this unique, heirloom-quality book capturing 100 ye ars of our county s histor y in photographs. An nouncing a sp ecial har dco ve r boo k fr om t he No rt hwe st Fl or ida Daily Ne ws pr esent ed by DO WN LO AD SU BMI SS ION FOR MS OR PR EORD ER AT Ok al oo sa Co .P ic to ri al Bo ok .c om We ar e pleased to giv e our re aders the oppor tunity to par ticipate in this unique pr oject. If yo u hav e photographs that meet our guidelines, please bring them to one of our scanning sessions listed belo w. Be cause we expect a large turnout, we advise yo u to do wnload and complete a photo submission form prior to the scanning session. Fo rms ar e also av ailable at the No rt hw est Fl orida Da ily Ne ws (2 Eg lin Pa rk way NE, Fo rt Wa lton Be ach). Pl ease print and ll out one form for each photo yo u d like to submit. SUB MI SS IO N GU ID EL IN ES Gen eral int ere st pho tos such as: com mer ce, in dustr y, tra n s p ort at io n, rur a l lif e, pu blic ser vic e, etc. Phot os ta ken be twee n 19 15 an d tod ay Phot os on ly pre fe rably or ig inal photos (n o new spa per cl ippin gs or pho toc opi es) Photo s ta ken in Ok aloosa Cou nty One subm iss ion for m per pho to. 10 ph otos per fa mi ly If youre a pr iva te col lec tor ple as e cal l 360 -68 76731 to set up an ap poin tm en t. SC AN NI NG SE SS IO NS NW Florida Sta te College Learning Resources Center 100 College Boulevard, Niceville Fo rt Wa lton Beach Public Librar y 185 Mirac le Strip Pa rkway SE, Fo rt Wa lton Beach Crestview Public Librar y 1445 Commerce Drive, Crestview (behind the post of ce) Destin Community Center 101 Stahlman Avenue, Destin Lifestyle Many North Florida landscapes King Sago plants still look sad following cold injury from our recent winter. Want to know what to do with sagos not fully recovered? Bob Bayer, a University of FloridaOkaloosa County Extension Master Gardener, and I can help! TWO SCENARIOS In many cases, all the coldinjured sagos fronds, or leaves, turned brown, requiring removal. Many King Sagos responded well to the dead-frond removal and to being fertilized. May and Junes higher temperatures have allowed slow recovery in many cold-damaged sagos. They now are displaying new, feathery, dark-green fronds, which will harden, giving the plants their characteristic appearance. Other sagos have not been as fortunate. CONES ENERGY SOURCE Sago plants are either male or female. Some male sagos now produce cones instead of new fronds. This resembles a yellow to tan pine cone up to 2 feet long. Cone production wouldnt be a problem if the fronds had not been lost to cold damage. Without green fronds to produce food for the plant (through photosynthesis), the cones draw energy for growth from stored food (sugars) in the trunk. Also, heavy rains have leeched away many nutrients that were in the soil. As a result, these weak sago plants are attempting to propagate their species before they possibly die. PREVENTING FUNGAL INFECTION In addition to producing cones, some sagos produce off shoots (pups), a vegetative means of propagation. This is a draw of energy from the parent plant without replacement. There is no guarantee that removing these pups will ensure the parents survival. Cone removal will decrease the plants stress, but it also creates an open wound, which subjects the plant to possible fungal infection. Snapping off the cone will not hurt the plant. But after removing the cone, you should treat the resulting wound with a copper-based fungicide. Always follow label directions when using any pesticide, including fungicides. PRODUCING NEW FRONDS Older, mature female sago plants will eventually produce a tan reproductive structure that somewhat resembles a attened basketball or cabbage. Youll see walnut sized, orange-red seed as this structure slowly opens. Removing the seeds as they develop provides more energy for frond production on the coldinjured, stressed sagos. But do not remove the female structure; this can cause permanent damage and the plants possible death. The resulting wound would be too large to treat. Use a complete fertilizer containing about 18 percent nitrogen to encourage new frond production. Larry Williams is an agent at the University of Floridas Extension of ce in Crestview. FROM STAFF REPORTS Deadline approaches for 2014 Womens Hall of Fame nominations The Okaloosa County Commission on the Status of Women is taking nominations for the 2014 Womens Hall of Fame. Nominations are due July 18. Nominees must be a woman whose life and works have made signi cant contributions to the improvement and enhancement of life for all women and for all citizens of Okaloosa County. Nominees must be living and must be Floridian either by birth or by permanent residency and domicile. Only contributions made while living and/or working in Okaloosa County will be assessed for membership in the Hall of Fame. Nominees accomplishments may be in one or more elds of art, agriculture, athletics, business, community services, education, environment, government, health, humanities, law, philanthropy or science. No contribution is considered trivial or unimportant. Candidates will be judged only on the contents of the application. Nominators are encouraged to include all information they consider relevant. The nomination form and more information can be found at http://www.occsw.org/ halloffame.htm. Contact Amy McBride, 5867358 or hof@occsw.org, for more information. Inductees to the Womens Hall of Fame will be honored 7 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Student Services Center, Northwest Florida State College, 100 College Blvd., Niceville. BEAUTY & THE BEAST: 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. July 3. Sprint Theater, Mattie Kelly Performing Arts Center, Northwest Florida State College. The Camp Glee creative dramatics program presents the mini summer Disney musical. The show is the culmination of an intensive workshop for students in eighth grade through college. Performances are free and open to the public. For information about Camp Glee or the performances, contact Diana Jernigan at the colleges Humanities, Fine & Performing Arts Division at 729-5382. POETS & MUSICIANS OPENMIC JAM: 6 p.m. July 8, Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive. The monthly openmic allows poets and musicians to read, perform, improvise and play together. The event is open to all, even those who dont write poetry or play music. This months poetry starter: Use a color in every line or write about a color. Free. Contact Esther, 682-4432, ehurwitz@ okaloosa.lib. .us, or Rick Sanders, 585-6399, for details. Let the community know about your arts or entertainment event. Submit listings to brianh@crestviewbulletin. com or call 682-6524 at least two weeks before your event. Follow Arts & Entertainment editor Brian Hughes on Twitter @cnbBrian. ARTS CALENDAR BRIEF EXTENSION CONNECTION LARRY WILLIAMS Okaloosa Extension Agent WIKIMEDIA COMMONS | Mercy May and Junes higher temperatures have allowed slow recovery in many cold-damaged King Sagos. They now are displaying new, feathery, dark-green fronds, which will harden, giving the plants their characteristic appearance. Other sagos have not been as fortunate. Treating cold-injured King Sago plants NWFSC | Special to the News Bulletin The enchantress, played by Rayesa Davis of Crestview, casts her spell on the beast, played by Daniel Thornton of Baker, during a dress rehearsal for Camp Glees July 3 production of Beauty & the Beast. Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN

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Express Training Services now offering our nursing asst. exam prep classes in DESTIN Class for 1 week. 850-502-5521 Military Spouses We Are mycaa certifiedexpresstrainingservices.com Next class starts: 07/14/2014 8am -4pm Legal # 20140539 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 2012 CA 1380 KONDAUR CAPITAL CORPORATION, AS SEPARATE TRUSTEE OF MATAWIN VENTURES TRUST SERIES 2013-2, Plaintiff, v. TODD COPELAND, ET AL., Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECL OSURE SALE PURSU ANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the Final Judgment of foreclosure dated June 18, 2014, in and for OKALOOSA County, Florida, wherein, KONDAUR CAPITAL CORPORATION, AS SEPARATE TRUSTEE OF MATAWIN VENTURES TRUST SERIES 2013-2, is the Plaintiff, and TODD COPELAND AKA TODD K. COPELAND, HEATHER COPELAND and CHASE BANK USA, NA, are the Defendants. The Clerk of the Court, DON W. HOWARD will sell to the highest bidder for cash, in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida Statutes, on JULY 23, 2014 at electronic sale beginning at 11:00 A.M., at www .okaloosa.realfore close.com the following-described real property as set forth in said Final Summary Judgment, to wit: COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST OF SOUTHEAST OF THE NORTHEAST OF SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST FOR 1301.21 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST OF SOUTHEAST OF THE NORTHEAST OF SECTION 25; THENCE NORTH 87 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 01 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SOUTHEAST OF NORTHEAST OF SECTION 25 FOR 553.04 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 87 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 01 SECONDS WEST FOR 175.65 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST FOR 624.00 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR COUNTRY LIVING ROAD; THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 35 SECONDS EAST FOR 175.67 FEET; THENCE DEPARTING SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY RUN NORTH 02 DEGREES 59 MINUTES 21 SECONDS EAST FOR 622.64 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; AKA LOT 12 OF UNRECORDED PLAT. TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME AS A PERMANENT FIXTURE AND APPURTENANCE THERETO, DESCRIBED AS: A 2003 BRITTANY PARK DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME BEARING IDENTIFICATION NUMBER(S) GAFL375A75118BP21 AND GAFL375B75118BP21 AND TITLE NUMBER(S) 0089223663 AND 0089223917. Property Address: 1153 Country Living Road, Baker, FL 32531 (“Property”). ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated: This 18th day of June, 2014 HARRIS HOWARD, PA Regions Bank Building 450 N. Park Road, #800 Hollywood, FL 33021 Telephone: (954) 893-7874 Facsimile: (888) 235-0017 Email: harris@harrishowardlaw.c om By: /s/ Harris S. Howard Harris S. Howard, Esq. Florida Bar No.: 65381 IMPORT ANT Publish In: CREST VIEW NEWS BULLE TIN Submitted by: HARRIS S. HOWARD, ESQ. HARRIS HOWARD, PA REGIONS BANK BUILDING 450 N. PARK ROAD, SUITE #800 HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021 EMAIL: harris@harrishowardlaw.c om Attorney for Plaintiff If you are a person with disability 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: Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Okaloosa County, 1940 Lewis Turner Blvd., Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547 Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 651-7725 ADA.Okaloosa@flcourts1. gov at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Pursuant to the provisions of Administrative Directive OCAD 2010-7 the newspaper is directed to deliver the proof of publication directly to the Clerk of Court of Okaloosa County. 06/25/2014 07/02/2014 Legal # 20140545 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR OKALOOSACOUNTY, FLORIDA CIVILDIVISION Case No. 2010 CA000913 S LPPMORTGAGE LTD.; Plaintiff, -vs.MINH V. NGUYEN, TUOI K. PHAM, ETAL; Defendants, RE-NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order rescheduling foreclosure sale dated June 16, 2014 entered in Civil Case No. 2010 CA000913 S of the Circuit Court of the FIRSTJudicial Circuit in and for Okaloosa County, Florida, wherein LPPMORTGAGE LTD., Plaintiff and M MINH V. NGUYEN, TUOI K. PHAM, ETAL; are defendant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, AT www.okaloosa.realforeclose.co m IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 45, FLORIDASTATUTES, AT 11:00 AM, July 30, 2104, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT C, RESUBDIVISION OF LOTS 28 AND 29, BLOCK 10, OAKLAND ADDITION TO FORT WALTON BEACH, OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 7, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. Property Address: 429 SULLIVAN STREET NORTHWEST, FORT WALTON BEACH, FL 32548 ANYPERSON CLAIMING AN INTERESTIN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTYOWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUSTFILE ACLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability 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 Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Okaloosa County, 1940 Lewis Turner Boulevard, Fort Walton Beach, FL32547, Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 652-7725, ADA.Okaloosa@Okaloosa.fl courts1.gov at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. DATED at Crestview, Florida, this 17 day of June, 2014. DON W. HOWARD CLERK OF THE CIRCUITCOURT Okaloosa County, Florida By: Vicki Jackson Deputy Clerk ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF MARINOSCI LAW GROUP, P.C. 100 WESTCYPRESS CREEK ROAD, SUITE 1045 FORTLAUDERDALE, FL33309 SERVICEFL@MLG-DEFA ULTLAW.COM SERVICEFL2@MLG-DEF AULTLAW.COM 07/02/2014 07/09/2014 Legal # 20140546 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE American Self Storage, 1501 E. 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50 Cent Value FREE Call 682-6524 to subscribe to the Crestview News Bulletin The Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County and Okaloosa County Mosquito Control want residents and visitors to protect themselves against mosquito-borne diseases. Standing water caused by recent heavy rainfall across the area has increased the incidence of these pests. To prevent mosquitoes from living and multiplying around your home or business: Drain water from containers where sprinkler or rainwater has collected. Discard old tires, drums, bottles, cans, pots and pans, broken appliances and other unused items. Even small amounts of water can serve as a breeding site for mosquitoes. Empty and clean birdbaths and pets water bowls at least once or twice a week. Protect boats and vehicles from rain with tarps that dont accumulate water. Maintain swimming pools in good condition and appropriately chlorinated. Empty plastic swimming pools when not in use. If you must be outside when mosquitoes are active, wear shoes, socks, long pants and long sleeves. Apply mosquito repellent to exposed skin and clothing. Always use repellents according to the label. Repellents with 10-30 percent DEET, picaridin, oil of lemon eucalyptus, or IR3535 are effective. Never use repellents on children younger than 2 months. Use mosquito netting to protect children younger than 2 months old. Keep mosquitoes out of your house. Repair broken screening on windows, doors, porches and patios. Most people will not get ill from a mosquito bite. Common symptoms of mosquito-borne virus infection may include headache, fever, fatigue, dizziness, weakness and confusion. Medical attention may be needed. By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) General Assemblys June 19 decision to permit samegender marriages wont immediately result in local weddings. The decisions to rede ne marriage and permit pastors to perform such weddings were dif cult to arrive at, church leaders said. Both decisions came with much thought, discussion and prayer, and clearly the entire body that is the PC (USA) will be interpreting these actions for some time, church leaders stated in a letter to congregations. Because Florida does not allow same-sex marriages, the vote is kind of a moot point, said the Rev. Mark Broadhead, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Crestview and the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church. I think this a divisive issue within our denomination and has been for 40 years actually, Broadhead said. I can understand both sides of the argument. THE DECISIONS Meeting in Detroit, the 221st General Assembly changed language in the Book of Order to say marriage involves a unique commitment between two people, traditionally a man and a woman, the church leaders letter stated. Presbyterian pastors are now allowed discretion to perform any such marriage they believe the Holy Spirit calls them to perform. In addition, individual church governing boards, called Sessions, can decide whether to allow weddings for same-sex couples in their churches, regardless of what pastors feel called to do. Broadhead said like other controversial issues, samegender marriage takes attention away from more important matters. Our denomination has been focusing so much on being politically correct that we have taken our focus off spreading the good news of Jesus Christ to people that need to hear it, he said. AVOID DISTRACTIONS Broadhead urged Presbyterians to not allow the issue to distract them from the basics of their faith. As with all of the issues the General Assembly has passed that rankle people, my suggestion is take a deep breath and dont make any rash decisions, Broadhead said. Dont do or say anything that would mar the image of Jesus Christ. That is key to ours and any denomination. For Broadhead, personally, the decision is a matter of prayer, he said. The upshot for me, I still remember that God is a God of love and grace, and God is just and holy and Gods will is going to be done with or without us. I have gay friends that may or may not one day ask if I will do their wedding ceremony. I will need to be in deep prayer about that so that God may provide me with the right guidance for me to answer. St at e Co llege F AL L TE RM Cl as ses St ar t Au gu st 20 & Oc to be r 14 20 14 2014 En ro ll fo r Ses si on s 1 & 2: Jul y 23 Au gu st 19 En ro ll fo r Ses si on 3: Jul y 23 Oc to be r 13 On lin e or On -C am pu s at Al l 7 NWFS C loc at ion s! EA/EO EA/EO Regist er & Pa y by WEB Fa ll 2014 Sch ed ul e An Ad vi si ng Ap po in tm en t! 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performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for any free, discounted fee or reduced fee ser vice, examination or treatment. Boar d Certi ed Ey e Ph ysici an and Catar act Specia list We specialize in the Diagnosis an d Tr eatment of Ey e Conditio ns Ass oc ia te d with agin g, including: Wednesday, July 2, 2014 Volume 14, Number 27 By BRIAN HUGHES 682-6524 | @cnbBrian brianh@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW Four more contributors have brought K9s for Crestview donations to more than a quarter of the campaigns $30,000 goal. The Crestview Police Department effort to raise money to reconstitute its K-9 unit has met with a positive response, campaign coordinator Of cer Sam Kimmons said. The community is showing its support already, Kimmons said. Recent business and individual supporters donating $1,000 each include Little Caesars Pizza, Margaret Wilson and Richard Russell. A fourth donor wished to remain anonymous. Another anonymous donor gave $1,050 this week, Kimmons said, while a young child gave 25 cents she had saved up, bringing total donations to $7,596.25. In further fundraising efforts, on July 3, Leons Barbershop on Main Street will donate $1 from every haircut to K-9s for Crestview. Donation checks may be made payable to the Crestview Police Department Auxiliary. For information, contact Kimmons at 305-7831 or kimmonss@crestviewpd.org. Local Presbyterian same-sex weddings unlikely $7,500 donated so far for K-9s Dont do or say anything that would mar the image of Jesus Christ. That is key to ours and any denomination. Rev. Mark Broadhead, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Crestview and the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN Same-sex couples cant proceed down the First Presbyterian Church of Crestviews aisle unless state law changes, the pastor consents and local church leaders approve. Protect yourself against mosquitoes

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Extra A2 | Crestview News Bulletin Wednesday, July 2, 2014 Gaetz: Okaloosa no longer training leader Okaloosa County used to lead the state in educating high school students to earn industry-standard certi cations. This allowed them to earn high-wage, high-skilled positions. The county has dropped from rst to ninth in the state for career technical education, outgoing state Senate President Don Gaetz said. The Emerald Coast Association of Realtors and the Building Industry Association of Okaloosa and Walton Counties hosted their Florida Legislative Wrap-Up meeting Wednesday morning. Gaetz, along with state Reps. Mike Hill, Clay Ingram, Doug Broxson and Matt Gaetz, attended the meeting to address about 65 people to discuss their work this past session and their plans going forward. Bicycles with gaspowered engines allowed on streets A recent Florida law change makes it legal for people to ride bicycles on the street if upgraded with a gas-powered engine. Previously, Florida law allowed for bicycles out tted with electronic helper engines on the streets as long as they did not go faster than 20 mph, but gas-powered engines were illegal. The new law allows gas-powered engines as long as they are below 50-cc and classi ed as a moped. Before people can legally ride their gaspowered motorized bikes on the street, they must rst have the bikes inspected and registered through the Florida Division of Motorist Services. The local inspections of ce for Okaloosa and Santa Rosa counties is in Pensacola and the of ce for Walton County residents is in Panama City. So far this year, no motorized bicycles have been registered in Okaloosa County, said Tax Collector Ben Anderson. The registration fee in Okaloosa County is $63, while the inspections cost $40. The bikes do not require a title. Okaloosa County seeks Value Adjustment Board applications by July 31 Okaloosa County Board of Commissioners will appoint a citizen to the Value Adjustment Board, as required by Florida Statute. Applicants should be available to meet during the daytime, and typically meet twice per year, at the beginning of the hearing process and at the end to review the special magistrates decisions. The appointee will serve a one-year term, beginning immediately upon appointment. The citizen must own homestead property in Okaloosa County; he or she cannot be a member or an employee of any taxing authority; and he or she cannot represent property owners in any administrative or judicial review of property taxes. Applications are due by 5 p.m. July 31 to Rick Owen, rowen@ co.okaloosa. .us, 850-6517515 or to this address: Okaloosa County Board of Commissioners 1804 Lewis Turner Boulevard, Suite 400 Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547 OF CRESTV IEW MEMBER FDIC Yo ur Hom etown Bank Since 1956! Yo ur Hom etown Bank Since 1 956! www .f nb cr es tv ie w. co m By MATTHEW BROWN 682-6524 | @cnbMatthew matthewb@crestviewbulletin.com CRESTVIEW The Bouton family wants you to meet their newest addition. Andros, a trained guide dog, is a black Labrador who will assist Chad Bouton, a 21-year-old with a progressive eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa. RP has left him with 10 percent vision peripherally, and he is legally blind. Chad and his sister, Alexa, 19, were both diagnosed with RP at a young age. First it attacks your peripheral vision then it attacks your central vision, until it leaves you completely blind, Chad said. Chad and Alexa are taking treatments to slow the diseases progress, but theres no cure for RP. There is no surgery or no cure for it, because it is a mutated gene, said Donna, Chad and Alexas mother. STRENGTH, DETERMINATION Chad and Alexa use canes to get around, especially during evenings, Donna said. Family and friends walk slightly ahead of Chad, who holds on to their elbows; thats how he knows when he needs to step up or down for curbs. Donna said her children are her heroes for how theyve coped with declining sight. I am beyond proud of my children for their strength and determination, she said in an email. Now, a little extra help is needed. Chad and his family reached out to Southeastern Guide Dogs, a Palmetto, Fla., non-pro t organization that pairs visually impaired individuals with a trained guide dog. In May, Chad stayed at the south Florida campus for 26 days, while he trained and bonded with Andros. Through a donation from the Lions Club of Sarasota, Chad attended at no cost. READY FOR COLLEGE Chad returned to Crestview earlier this month and continues to bond with Andros, whos been trained since he was a puppy to help people get around safely. Andros guides Chad around objects in his path and warns him of approaching doorways or sidewalk curbs. Chad, who majors in history at the University of West Florida, said he looks forward to having Andros with him in the fall. Using a cane is not nearly as good as having a guide dog because a cane cannot detect limbs hanging down on sidewalks, Chad said. Plus, his cane gets caught on limbs, leaves and cracks in the sidewalk. Andros steers him away from path obstructions, his mother said. Alexa doesnt have a guide dog, but her mother says shes interested in seeing if she can have one, too. Donna said she is encouraged by what shes seen. After watching Chad work with Andros, I have so much more con dence now, she said. I dont worry so much I know that he has got Chad. MATTHEW BROWN | News Bulletin Crestview resident Chad Boutons guide dog, Andros, will help the legally blind 21-year-old get around this fall at the University of West Florida. COLLEGE-BOUND LAB ONLINE See www.crestviewbulletin.com for video of Chad Bouton explaining how Andros, his trained guide dog, will help him get around day to day Charity date auction to bene t Boys & Girls Clubs From staff reports Proceeds from a charity date auction next month, sponsored by Kick It Like You Mean It, will bene t the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Emerald Coast. The July 12 event, which begins 7 p.m. at the Lighthouse Amphitheater, 874 E. U.S. Highway 98 in Destin, is free to attend. A paddle costs $5 to enter the bid for your potential next date. Refreshments are available for purchase. In addition, raf es for prizes are scheduled. This is a fun opportunity to support the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Emerald Coast, a place that believes afterschool programs keep children safe, inspire them to learn, and relieve working parents of worries about how their children spend their afternoons, a spokesperson said. Unfortunately, too many kids are left home alone in those critical out-of-school hours or on the streets, where they are at risk and can be exposed to crime. FYI About 15.1 million children take care of themselves after the school day ends. After-school programs keep children safe, help working families and inspire learning, according to the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Emerald Coast The organization serves more than 1,950 youths across Okaloosa, Escambia, Santa Rosa and Walton counties. Call 862-1616 and visit www. bgcec.com for more information. BRIEFS DON GAETZ state Senate president Like us on CRESTVIEW BULLETIN

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Express Training Services now offering our nursing asst. exam prep classes in DESTIN Class for 1 week. 850-502-5521 Military Spouses We Are mycaa certifiedexpresstrainingservices.com Next class starts: 07/14/2014 8am -4pm Legal # 20140539 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 2012 CA 1380 KONDAUR CAPITAL CORPORATION, AS SEPARATE TRUSTEE OF MATAWIN VENTURES TRUST SERIES 2013-2, Plaintiff, v. TODD COPELAND, ET AL., Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECL OSURE SALE PURSU ANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the Final Judgment of foreclosure dated June 18, 2014, in and for OKALOOSA County, Florida, wherein, KONDAUR CAPITAL CORPORATION, AS SEPARATE TRUSTEE OF MATAWIN VENTURES TRUST SERIES 2013-2, is the Plaintiff, and TODD COPELAND AKA TODD K. COPELAND, HEATHER COPELAND and CHASE BANK USA, NA, are the Defendants. The Clerk of the Court, DON W. HOWARD will sell to the highest bidder for cash, in accordance with Section 45.031, Florida Statutes, on JULY 23, 2014 at electronic sale beginning at 11:00 A.M., at www .okaloosa.realfore close.com the following-described real property as set forth in said Final Summary Judgment, to wit: COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST OF SOUTHEAST OF THE NORTHEAST OF SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 25 WEST, OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 05 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST FOR 1301.21 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST OF SOUTHEAST OF THE NORTHEAST OF SECTION 25; THENCE NORTH 87 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 01 SECONDS WEST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SOUTHEAST OF NORTHEAST OF SECTION 25 FOR 553.04 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 87 DEGREES 28 MINUTES 01 SECONDS WEST FOR 175.65 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 21 SECONDS WEST FOR 624.00 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR COUNTRY LIVING ROAD; THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 35 SECONDS EAST FOR 175.67 FEET; THENCE DEPARTING SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY RUN NORTH 02 DEGREES 59 MINUTES 21 SECONDS EAST FOR 622.64 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; AKA LOT 12 OF UNRECORDED PLAT. TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME AS A PERMANENT FIXTURE AND APPURTENANCE THERETO, DESCRIBED AS: A 2003 BRITTANY PARK DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME BEARING IDENTIFICATION NUMBER(S) GAFL375A75118BP21 AND GAFL375B75118BP21 AND TITLE NUMBER(S) 0089223663 AND 0089223917. Property Address: 1153 Country Living Road, Baker, FL 32531 (“Property”). ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated: This 18th day of June, 2014 HARRIS HOWARD, PA Regions Bank Building 450 N. Park Road, #800 Hollywood, FL 33021 Telephone: (954) 893-7874 Facsimile: (888) 235-0017 Email: harris@harrishowardlaw.c om By: /s/ Harris S. Howard Harris S. Howard, Esq. Florida Bar No.: 65381 IMPORT ANT Publish In: CREST VIEW NEWS BULLE TIN Submitted by: HARRIS S. HOWARD, ESQ. HARRIS HOWARD, PA REGIONS BANK BUILDING 450 N. PARK ROAD, SUITE #800 HOLLYWOOD, FL 33021 EMAIL: harris@harrishowardlaw.c om Attorney for Plaintiff If you are a person with disability 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: Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Okaloosa County, 1940 Lewis Turner Blvd., Fort Walton Beach, FL 32547 Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 651-7725 ADA.Okaloosa@flcourts1. gov at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Pursuant to the provisions of Administrative Directive OCAD 2010-7 the newspaper is directed to deliver the proof of publication directly to the Clerk of Court of Okaloosa County. 06/25/2014 07/02/2014 Legal # 20140545 IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE FIRSTJUDICIALCIRCUITIN AND FOR OKALOOSACOUNTY, FLORIDA CIVILDIVISION Case No. 2010 CA000913 S LPPMORTGAGE LTD.; Plaintiff, -vs.MINH V. NGUYEN, TUOI K. PHAM, ETAL; Defendants, RE-NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order rescheduling foreclosure sale dated June 16, 2014 entered in Civil Case No. 2010 CA000913 S of the Circuit Court of the FIRSTJudicial Circuit in and for Okaloosa County, Florida, wherein LPPMORTGAGE LTD., Plaintiff and M MINH V. NGUYEN, TUOI K. PHAM, ETAL; are defendant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, AT www.okaloosa.realforeclose.co m IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 45, FLORIDASTATUTES, AT 11:00 AM, July 30, 2104, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOT C, RESUBDIVISION OF LOTS 28 AND 29, BLOCK 10, OAKLAND ADDITION TO FORT WALTON BEACH, OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 7, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. Property Address: 429 SULLIVAN STREET NORTHWEST, FORT WALTON BEACH, FL 32548 ANYPERSON CLAIMING AN INTERESTIN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTYOWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUSTFILE ACLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability 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 Court Administration, ADA Liaison, Okaloosa County, 1940 Lewis Turner Boulevard, Fort Walton Beach, FL32547, Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 652-7725, ADA.Okaloosa@Okaloosa.fl courts1.gov at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. DATED at Crestview, Florida, this 17 day of June, 2014. DON W. HOWARD CLERK OF THE CIRCUITCOURT Okaloosa County, Florida By: Vicki Jackson Deputy Clerk ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF MARINOSCI LAW GROUP, P.C. 100 WESTCYPRESS CREEK ROAD, SUITE 1045 FORTLAUDERDALE, FL33309 SERVICEFL@MLG-DEFA ULTLAW.COM SERVICEFL2@MLG-DEF AULTLAW.COM 07/02/2014 07/09/2014 Legal # 20140546 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE American Self Storage, 1501 E. 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