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** A GateHouse Media newspaper read by 10,450 people every week. Obituaries ..................A2 Home & Garden .....A3-A5 Opinion ....................A6 Faith .......................A10 NEW TO GARDENING? LEARN FROM A MASTER | A4 A3Control lawn and garden pests A11Crestview High students know cyber security Saturday, March 24, 2018 5 TIPS FOR A HEALTHIER SUMMER LAWN | A3 @cnbulletin ¢ Vol. 43 Issue 24WEEKEND EDITION By Aaron Jacobs @cnb_ajacobs | ajacobs@ crestviewbulletin.comCRESTVIEW „ Have you ever looked at a map of Crest-views city boundaries? It might look a little peculiar.If you were to drive north on Highway 85, the city limits would begin to run alongside the left of the highway at the start of the Shoal River Bridge. You would not enter the city limits until you were in front of the auto dealerships just north of Riverwood Drive. You would then exit the city limits at Stillwell Boulevard before re-entering the city limits in front of Crestview High School. Finally, you would end up back in the county after crossing Air-port Road.The line between city and county affects everything from emergency services to infrastructure to the ability to vote in municipal elections. Strangely-shaped city outlines are not rare, especially in Florida where the city limits are determined mainly by voluntary annexation, but Crestview looks more extreme than some of its neighbors.Voluntary annexation means that land owners must petition the city government to make their piece of land part of the city. It happens often with new or proposed subdivisions, as developers will apply for annexation to take advantage of the benefits of being within city limits.There are many reasons why developers want to build in the city and why people want to live in the city," Crest-view Growth Management Director Teresa Gaillard said, "utility services, potable water, sanitary sewer, storm water retention and maintenance; life safety services such as fire and police protection, which can also factor into homeowners' insurance savings."The way the boundaries are drawn creates an unusual dynamic. Aside from the exam-ple of driving along Highway 85, City Council President J.B. Whitten offers an even starker example.(Police Chief) Tony Taylor walks out of the police station and hes on city property,Ž Whitten said. If he walks over to the back of CEFCO, hes on county property. As hes cross-ing (highway 85), hes back on city property.ŽEmergency servicesEven in the middle of what most would consider to be Crestview, you might find yourself in an unincorporated area of the county. For example, if you lived on Garden Street City or County: Where is the line?The red tinted areas in this map show what areas are within Crestviews city limits. [GOOGLE MAPS] By Aaron Jacobs @cnb_ajacobs | ajacobs@ crestviewbulletin.comCRESTVIEW „ The Okaloosa County Department of Health held its annual special needs shelter training exercise March 20 at Davidson Middle School.The school serves as a shelter for evacuees during emergencies … such as hurricanes … for people with certain needs, but dont require skilled medical care or hospitalization. A special needs shel-ter is really a shelter of last resort for people who have some special health conditions,Ž health department director Dr. Karen Chapman said. They may need oxygen. They may need electricity. They may have mobility issues.But its sort of like a little home away from home. They are encour-aged and really required to bring a caregiver, and theyll manage all their own medications through the process.ŽThe school has not been used as a special needs shelter since 2004 when Hurricane Ivan struck the area. This year was the first year the health department used the gymnasium as their pri-mary area for evacuees, rather than individual classrooms.During the exercise, the gym was filled with 80 beds to accommodate evacuees. It was split into four sections for ambulatory patients, non-ambulatory patients, patients requiring oxygen and patients requiring electricity for medical purposes, such as charging an electric wheelchair.The training exercise involved splitting health department employees into two groups, with one group playing the role of evacuees and the other group filling the roles they would normally fill in an evac-uation situation. The groups later switched so that everyone received Health department trains for hurricane seasonBy Aaron Jacobs @cnb_ajacobs | ajacobs@ crestviewbulletin.comCRESTVIEW „ Easter weekend is coming up fast, and there are plenty of family-friendly Easter activities in Crestview.The Easter holiday coin-cides with the return of warm weather in Northwest Florida, making it the perfect opportunity to get kids involved in outdoor activities. Lifepoint ChurchLifepoint church is having a flashlight Easter egg hunt at 7:30 p.m. March 30 on the football field at Twin Hills Park.The egg hunt is a free public eventopen to anyone. Pastor Stanley Cosner said there is no strict age limit, but the event is geared toward children ages 4 to 12.Cosner said the church is planning for up to 500 kids to participate, and will divide them into age groups, though they will all be on the same field. Parents may accompany younger children on the field.To avoid the sort of scram-ble for eggs you might usually Family fun for Easter weekendThe football “ eld at Twin Hills Park will host two Easter egg hunts on Easter weekend. [AARON JACOBS|NEWS BULLETIN] By Aaron Jacobs @cnb_ajacobs | ajacobs@ crestviewbulletin.comCRESTVIEW „ A hidden gem in the heart of Crestview is entering its fifth year on Main Street.With spring officially here sinceMarch 20, the Common Ground Community Garden is in a state of transitioning out of fall and winter crops and into the new season. Gardeners have already started moving seedlings outside in anticipa-tion of transplanting them.Since it began, the garden has been an outlet for people from all walks of life to work together on a community-level project. The garden allows members of the community to come in and work a small plot, or multiple plots of land, regardless of skill level, ability or even income.We want money to never be an impediment for somebody starting to garden with us, and so weve got all the hand tools, gloves, seeds, seed-lings,Ž Director Cathy Ward said. Its a really neat proj-ect because somebody can not know anything and not have anything and not be able to afford anything and we can help them get started.ŽPlanting seeds in livesEsther Phelps, left, and Cathy Ward pose for a photo at the Common Ground Community Garden. [AARON JACOBS|NEWS BULLETIN] Community garden celebrates start of springAn article on page A1 of the Wednesday, March 21, edition of the Crestview News Bulletin incorrectly stated the name of a food truck business. The correct name is Caf Rico.Correction: Lao-Thai Xpress See EASTER, A10 See SEASON, A8 See LINE, A8 See SEEDS, A8


** A2 Saturday, March 24, 2018 | Crestview News Bulletin OBITUARIESDoris Bates, age 90, passed away March 14, 2018. She was born in Johnstown, PA and has lived in Fort Walton Beach for 56 years. She loved to paint and quilt. She has blessed her family and friends with many of her works of art. She was a very patient, loving, beautiful and incredibly giving woman. She always cared about everyone else before herself. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence Bates (RMsgt). She is survived by her brother and three sisters. Her children, Karen, Debbie (Rod), Larry (Wilma), Kathy (Tony), Margie (Marv) and many others who called her mom. She left behind 17 grandchildren, 25 greatgrandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. A Memorial Masswas celebrated Thursday, March 22, 2018. Inurnment followed at Beal Memorial Cemetery. Flowers will be received at Emerald Coast Funeral Home or you may elect to make a donation to St. Mary Parish Life Center. Expressions of love and sympathy may be placed and viewed online atwww.emeraldcoastfuneralhome.comDORIS BATES1928 2018 Alfred Rene Dub, age 61, of Fort Walton Beach, FL, went to be with the Lord on March 20, 2018. He was born on April 14, 1956 in Miami, Florida to Rene and Edna Dub Al loved his family and his friends. He was very generous and enjoyed contributing his time and talents where he could. He was a skilled guitarist and pyrotech. Al loved to share his joy for the Christmas season and was known for his spectacular Christmas light displays, including his home, Lights on Bradford.Ž He was a devoted Christian and an active member of Hollywood Boulevard Baptist Church. Al was a member of Florida High School Athletic Association and was an official for girls softball and middle school and high school football. Al is survived by his wife, Lonnie Dub ; sons, Joshua Dub and Aaron Dub ; stepchildren, John Cheek, Audrey Lewis, Bekah Wallace, Esther Cheek, Jordan Taylor and Charlotte Smith; brothers, Robert Dub and Ralph Dub ; 8 grandchildren; and numerous family members and friends. The family will receive friends at Davis Watkins Funeral Home, 113 Racetrack Road, NE, Fort Walton Beach, FL, on Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. The funeral service will be held at Hollywood Boulevard Baptist Church, 204 Hollywood Blvd. SE, Fort Walton Beach, FL, on Friday, March 23, 2018 at 2 p.m. with Pastor Willie Pace officiating. Interment will follow at Beal Memorial Cemetery. To share memories, express condolences and sign the guestbook, please visit www. daviswatkins.comALFRED RENE DUB1956 2018Mary Emily Garraway Feduccia, age 97, passed away Sunday, March 18, 2018, at The Manor at Blue Water Bay in Niceville, Florida, where she resided. She was born on January 13, 1921, in Laurel, Mississippi, to Dr. Charles Reed Garraway and Mary Belle Ramey Garraway. She was predeceased by her husband the Hon. Joseph Charles Feduccia (Cleveland, MS), brothers John and Charles Garraway, and sons Joseph Charles Feduccia (Houston), and Gary Alexander Feduccia (Niceville). She is survived by son Alan and his wife Olivia (North Carolina), her beloved daughter-in-law Janet Feduccia (Niceville), grandchildren Luanna Cambas (New Orleans) and Joseph Feduccia (Niceville), and greatgrandchildren Brice Cambas and Brittany Cambas. She spent most of her life in Cleveland, Mississippi, where she was an active member of the 1st Presbyterian Church and a Regent of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The kind a nd exceptional care provided by staffs of The Manor and Twin Cities Pavilion is greatly appreciated. You may go online to offer condolences to the family and sign the guestbook at www. EMILY GARRAWAY FEDUCCIA1921 2018Cary Gates, age 71 went to be with Jesus on March 18, 2018. He was born in DeFuniak Springs, FL and raised in Crestview, FL, where he lived until his death. Cary was a veteran of the U. S. Navy and a retired Civil Service employee from Eglin, AFB. Cary was married to the love of his life, Priscilla, for 52 years. He has 5 children and 9 grandchildren who he felt were his greatest accomplishments and his lifes legacy. He was an avid golfer and one could often find him on the course. Cary enjoyed the SEC and Florida Gator Sports, Go Gators! He enjoyed the outdoors, taking care of his yard, hunting and fishing. He is preceded in death by his mother, Mabel Bell, his father, Enoch Cary Gates, his step-father, Albert Bell and his sister, Jo Ann Locke. He is survived by his wife, Priscilla Gates, daughter, Caren Cadenhead (Scott) children: Erin and Casey, daughter Stacy Eastwood (Eddie) children: Hollee and Noah, son Johnathan Gates (Jodi) children: Enoch and Ragan, son Michael Gates (Heather) children: Morgan, Nash and Harper, son Joseph Gates (Stacey), and sister, Martha Cosson (Randall). Funeral Services will be held at 2 PM Saturday, March 24, 2018, at Whitehurst Powell Funeral Home. Visitation will be on Saturday at the funeral home starting at 1PM. The family asks for all who attend the service to come in casual attire (no suits and ties), Cary preferred to keep things casual. Burial will be in Shady Grove Cemetery in Baker. The family would like to remind everyone that as Cary liked to say, Make the rest of your day, the best of your day!Ž Arrangements are entrusted to Whitehurst Powell Funeral Home in Crestview. Guest book and condolences are available online at www.whitehu rstpowellfuneralhome.comCARY GATESLarry Perlstein, Msgt. USAF (Ret.), 71, of Panama City, passed away Tuesday, March 20, 2018. He was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up in Montclair, New Jersey. Larry earned his Bachelors Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He faithfully served 20 years in the United States Air Force before retiring as a Master Sergeant. He loved animals and was a member of Carlisle Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife of 41 years, Gale Nolan Perlstein, sistersin-law, Lois Barrow (Dewey), Jeannie Willis (Earnest), and Jimmie Lou Smith (Paul), niece, Debbie Reichard (Vaughn), David Willis, Daniel Barrow (Cindi), Gary Barrow (Jade), Scott Smith (Alecia), Eric Smith, and a host of other loving relatives and friends. Graveside services will be held 11:00 A.M. Friday, March 23, 2018 at Evergreen Memorial Gardens, 3733 North Highway 231 Panama City, Florida. Visitation will be held from 9:30 10:30 Friday at Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home, 2403 Harrison Avenue. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alaqua Animal Rescue, 914 Whitfield Road Freeport, Florida 32439. Arrangements by Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home.LARRY PERLSTEIN, MSGT. USAF (RET.)Danny Skinner has completed his earthly race! He has shed his crippled body of 51 yearsƒand he is celebrating his new life in his new home, with his Savior and friends and family he hasnt seen in years! Danny passed from this earth on March 15, 2018, leaving behind his mother, Helen Skinner, and 3 brothers, David, Darrell, and Dana; as well as his sister, Dawn Lohman. Born on April 30th, 1966, at Eglin AFB, Florida to Charles and Helen Skinner, Danny spent nearly his entire life in the Ft Walton Beach/ Destin area of the Florida panhandle. Graduating from Ft Walton Beach High School, in 1986, Danny made many friends that would cross his path throughout the rest of his lifeƒand he spoke highly of every one of you! A nearly lifelong resident of Destin, Florida, Danny touched many lives through his work at the local Winn Dixie. The acts of kindness that were bestowed on Danny, from a customer buying him a new bicycle, to the numerous times that friends would just buy him lunch or give him a $20 tipƒthose were highlights in his life that he spoke of often! He loved his workƒ and he greatly loved his association with the outstanding co-workers he shared his life with. On behalf of Dannys family, I would like to express my deepest appreciation to Scott Szucs and the employees at Winn Dixie! You played such a huge role in his life, and he loved you folks dearly. Danny gave his heart and his life over to Jesus at an early ageƒand he was certain of where he would spend eternity! Although we will miss him tremendously, and his passing leaves a tremendous amount of griefƒnot one of us would have delayed the homecoming hes experiencing now! We love you, Dannyƒand cant wait to see you again! In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to http://www. A Memorial service was held on March 23, 2018. A private family interment service followed at Heritage Gardens Cemetery. You may go online to offer condolences to the family and sign the guestbook at www. Heritage Gardens Funeral Home of Niceville is entrusted with the arrangements.DANNY SKINNER1966 2018 Surrounded by his family Warren ButchŽ Weaver was called home on March 9, 2018. Butch was born in San Antonio Texas on June 21, 1945. Being raised in a military family it took him to Japan, Alaska and all over the US landing in Fort Walton Beach. He graduated from Choctawhatchee High School in the class of 1964. Without hesitation he joined the Army to become a decorated Vietnam Veteran earning many service metals including the Purple Heart. After his military career he earned his Bachelors degree in business. Always the successful entrepreneur his passion was poured in to the legendary Charley Magruders Bar & Grill a rock and roll club in Atlanta for more than twenty years. After closing in 1996 he continued to produce iconic Rock and Roll concerts with numerous bands in the Southeast. A confirmed workaholic he always had two or three projects going all the time, either rebuilding an engine, restoring a car or remodeling a room. Butch loved to give back and was a constant face in many charities especially with Vietnam Vets or any causes for children. He was the kind of friend everyone wanted to have and to be. Butch loved music, cars and flying. He enjoyed flying so much he built a flight simulator in his living room right next to his baby grand piano and guitars of all types. Butch lived a very full life. He married the love of his life just eight months ago. He will be forever missed. He is preceded in death by his brother Larry, sister Linda Chapman, father Charles Chapman, sister Sandra White and survived by his wife Tricia Morris, mother Sara Chapman, brother Terry Weaver (Lily), sister Rita Bruner, brother John Chapman (Betsy), step children Jack and Kensley, many nieces and nephews plus his extended Rock and Roll family. A Celebration of his life and last call will be held at the Center Stage in Atlanta on Aril 1, 2018 at 5:00 PMWARREN BUTCHŽ WEAVER1945 2018


** Crestview News Bulletin | Saturday, March 24, 2018 A3 HOME & GARDENBy Aaron Jacobs @cnb_ajacobs | ajacobs@ crestviewbulletin.comCRESTVIEW „ Are you your lawns worst enemy?Cultivating a healthy lawn in Florida is no easy task, but there are some things you may be doing that hurt more than help.Larry Williams, an expert in residential hor-ticulture at the University of Floridas Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension office in Crestview, offers tips for growing and keeping healthy grass.There are common mistakes people make that result in the lawn either costing them more money than it should or causing the lawn to thin out and actually die,Ž he said.Williams said there are five areas people need to pay attention to in order to maintain a healthy lawn: grass type, square footage, water levels, mowing height and fertilizer.1. Grass typeAll of the lawn grasses that we grow are foreign,Ž Williams said. They did not exist here. They were brought here from other countries. Youre kind of starting out with trying to grow something thats not in their element.ŽCentipede grass and St. Augustine grass are the two main types of grass used residentially in Northwest Florida. Its important to know what type of grass youre work-ing with, because weed killers and herbicides do different things to differ-ent grasses. A particular weed killer can be bad for one type of grass, but per-fectly fine for another.2. Yard sizeIt is also important to know the size of the yard youre working in. Most pesticides, weed killers and fungicides recommend amounts to use based on the square footage of the lawn. This means not only measuring the size of your yard, but subtracting the size of any area where grass doesnt grow, such as pools and sheds.Williams says people almost always use two to three times the amount of fertilizer that they need in one application. They also fertilize too early, too many times during the year and too late.Theyre really overdoing it, and that lawn is costing them more than it should,Ž Williams said. And some lawn grasses, especially centipede grass, are unfor-giving. It will not forgive you if youre slightly heavy-handed with fertilizer.Ž3. Water levelsWhatever kind of grass youre using, it needs the right amount of water to develop a strong root system.An in-ground irrigation system can often water too frequently for too-short periods of time, leading to a weak, shallow root system, according to Williams.Residents, he said, should measure the amount of water their yard is getting by setting out straight-sided cans, like empty tuna cans, at different points around the yard and lettingthem collect water for a period of time.In doing that, most people would find theyre not getting as uniform coverage as they thought they were,Ž Williams said. You might have a can in one corner of the yard that gets a few drops of water in it, but in the middle or on the other side you have a can th ats half-full.What youre really trying to find out is how long it takes to put outa half-inch to three quar-ters of an inch of water.ŽIf the amount of water your lawn is receiving within several hours is within that range, it will saturate the ground six to eight inches deep and encourage a healthy root system.4. Mowing heightIve seen people solve their entire lawn problem by raising the mowing height, not cutting the grass as low,Ž Williams said.Mowing height is another situation where the type of grass matters. Centipede grass does best at a height of between 1.5 and 2.5 inches … longer is better during the hot summer months … while St. Augustine grass is better off at 3 to 4 inches.5. Fertilizer ratiosThe key to fertilizer is to get your numbers right, referring to the balance between nitrogen, phos-phorus and potassium, according to Williams.Its critical to use a fertilizer in a Florida lawn that has equal amounts nitrogen and potassium,Ž he said. Our lawns dont need the equivalent amount of phosphorus.ŽMany people make the mistake of using too much nitrogen in relation to the potassium. Williams says this can cause the grass to starve to deathŽ due to a potassium deficiency. Potassium helps grass deal with stresses such as hot and cold snaps, pres-sure from pests and even routine foot traffic.Potassium is critical for the long-term health of a lawn,Ž Williams said. If the lawn has adequate potassium, it can overcome and survive and do much better.Lawns in Florida are frustrating. Even when youre doing everything right, you dont have con-trol over the weather. You dont have control over the pests that happen to come in that year. You dont want to add to the problem by being a pest yourself.Ž5 tips for a healthier lawn this summerBy Aaron Jacobs @cnb_ajacobs | ajacobs@ crestviewbulletin.comCRESTVIEW „ The return of warm weather means the return of something else all too common in Northwest Florida: bugs.While some insects irri-tate people, few insects are harmful to plants. Less than one-tenth of a percent of all insects in Florida are damaging to plants, according toLarry Williams, an expert in residential horticulture at the University of Flor-idas Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension office in Crestview.The vast majority of insects that youre going to encounter are either of no consequence to your lawn, landscape or garden, or they are beneficial,Ž Williams said. A lot of folks think that every six-legged critter needs to be killed.ŽSome bugs, like the chinch bug, can take over a lawn. According to Williams, they are the number one pest found in lawns seeded with St. Augustine grass, and can kill a lawn if left unchecked. Lush, green lawns attract more insects, including chinch bugs, which will choose greener grass to lay eggs.Nitrogen is critical for healthy lawns as well as insect development. However, too much nitrogen in soil can lead to more insects due to healthier offspring.Other insects, like the ladybug or lady beetle, can be beneficial by keep-ing other common garden pest populations in check.The overuse of insecti-cides to indiscriminately kill off any insects living in lawns and gardens can actually make things worse. By killing beneficial insects, the pest population can worsen each year. It can also lead to resistant populations of insects, including those harmful to plants.Fire antsThe fire ant is a common pest that can be found indoors as well as outdoors. The fire ant is a non-native species believed to have stowed away on ships from South America.The most visible sign of an ant colony is a mound of loose dirt, but a single mound is only the tip of the iceberg. The nest below can extend to five or six feet deep and be much larger than the diameter of the mound.According to Wil-liams, a single ant colony can house upwards of 300,000 ants. A queen can lay around 2,000 eggs per day for six years or more. Despite the rapid speed at which they mul-tiply, ant populations can be controlled, if you dont try to eradicate them altogether.If you have a fire ant mound in the back yard in the corner somewhere that you dont frequent and kids dont play, leave it alone,Ž Williams said. Concentrate your control efforts closer to the home, where kids play, where you frequent.ŽStudies have shown that eradicating ant popu-lations entirely can lead to much larger populations turning up in the same area within weeks.Williams also cautioned not to disturb the mound, no matter how tempting it is. Keeping lawn and garden pests under controlMost lawns need a half-inch to three-quarters of an inch of water within several hours to develop a strong, healthy root system. [PIXABAY] Ants are a common pest in Northwest Florida. [PIXABAY] See GARDEN, A5


** A4 Saturday, March 24, 2018 | Crestview News BulletinBy Renee Bell 682-6524 | @cnbRenee reneeb@crestviewbulletin.comLAUREL HILL „ Sarah Petty is looking forward to the longer days of summer. More daylight will give her more opportunities to do her favorite pastime „ gardening.The Okaloosa Master Gar-dener and her husband Jim enjoy getting outdoors and tending to the plants around their Laurel Hill home.Their yard sports various items, among them an eyecatching giant azalea bush someone planted well before they bought their home; a young Japanese maple caged in a metal fence to protect it from deer who visit the couples yard and help themselves to their garden for lunch; blueberry bushes, daffodils and brightly colored verbena.Among Pettys favorite plants is a native yellow azalea she was able to grow.She saidbeginning garden-ers should add perennials and bulbs like amaryllis and daffodils (the varieties that grow well in North Florida). She also said they should start withones that are native to Okaloosa County, like stoke-sia plants,just to get a good variety. If theyre just getting into planting,Ž Petty said, its better for them to start getting their garden and add perennials of different types, and they can get some ideas by going to plant sales and finding what kind of peren-nials to add.ŽThose are the plants that will just continue growing year after year. You dont have to replant them. Theyll be like azaleas and camelliasƒAnd that way, if you put a plant in like a perennial, then you dont have to do it again. You dont have to do it every year „ plant plant plant. Its one of those that you can put it in, and if it likes where it is, it will come back every year for you,Ž Petty said.For all of Pettys favorites, there was only one ugly ducklingŽ of aplanton the Dogwood Garden Club memberslist.Weeds...theyre always there...and youve got summer weeds and winter weeds,Ž she said. You have to keep after em, but it gets you outside.ŽLaurel Hill Master Gardener o ers advice to gardenersSarah Petty, an Okaloosa Master Gardener, said her motorized wheelbarrow is one of the best tools in her arsenal. I couldnt do much of the gardening without (it).Ž [RENEE BELL | NEWS BULLETIN]


** Crestview News Bulletin | Saturday, March 24, 2018 A5When the mound is disturbed, the ants will instinctively move the queen and eggs to the safety of a new area, where they will build a new mound. This can lead to a never-ending cycle of chasing ant hills around a yard.One way to stop the spread of an ant colony is to use commerciallyavailable ant bait, but it takes patience. Williams said the ants will eventually take the food back to the queen, but it could take days to weeks for them to bring enough poison back to kill her.Powdered poisons can also work, but should be spread around the mound in a circle, then spiraled inward toward the center of the mound. These types of poison can work quicker than bait poisons, but also risk dis-turbing the mound, which could cause the colony to spread.Theyre all different,Ž Williams said. Its important to read the label and understand how theyre used to achieve control. But you never want to disturb the mound in the process.ŽFungal pestsNot all garden pests in Northwest Florida are insects. Fungal diseases play a large role in the destruction of crops in this area.The lengthy period of warm weather we have, the host plant material, the moist environment, high humidity, lots of rainfall, thats fungal heaven,Ž Williams said. The vast majority of plant diseases are caused by some kind of fungus.ŽFungal infections are heavily dependent on moisture. People who think that they have to overwater due to the sandy soil can contribute to the problem, according to Williams. GARDENFrom Page A3Powdered poisons can also work, but should be spread around the mound in a circle, then spiraled inward toward the center of the mound.


** A6 Saturday, March 24, 2018 | Crestview News Bulletin OPINION Address: 638 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536 Online: Publisher Jim Fletcher .......................j” Executive Editor Bob Heist Editor Aaron Little Editorial Assistant Renee Bell Reporter Aaron Jacobs ...................... Legals Dawn Barnes Circulation Assistant Dale Robinson Media Consultants Sherrie Stanley Diana Baker CONTACT US Call 682-6524 to report new, subscribe or learn about our classi“ ed and display advertising options. The Crestview News Bulletin is published each Wednesday and Saturday by GateHouse Media Group, at 638 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FL32536. Periodical postage paid at Crestview, Florida. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to 638 N. Ferson Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536. USPS 010-209 All material is property of the Crestview News Bulletin. 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 Delivery subscriptions may be charged a higher rate for holiday editions NEWS BULLETIN ADVERTISING Ask your advertising representative about our Color by the Inch program and Customer Appreciation sale by calling 850-682-6524 HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY?The Crestview News Bulletin regularly publishes readers thoughtful and humorous comments posted on our Facebook and Twitter pages. Join the discussion at or tweet @cnbulletin JOIN THE CONVERSATIONThe Crestview News Bulletin encourages public discussion on local issues. The paper publishes letters to the editor on a “ rst-come, “ rst-served, space-available basis. Letters should be original to the News Bulletin, written on topics concerning North Okaloosa County communities, and should not contain profanity, personal attacks or other questionable content. The newspaper reserves the rights to decline publication of any letter for any reason, and to use published letters in advertising and other promotions. Email letters to Alternatively, send letters to Crestview News Bulletin, ATTN: Letter to Editor, 638 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview, FL 32536.Dear editor, I recently read about the Okaloosa County School District settling a racial harassment case involving Baker School. I have to say the news has me in disbelief, because I dont remember the school having such racial issues when I attended there. I started attending the school in the fifth grade and graduated from there in 2002. I will admit that my memory is not the best or that I could have been totally oblivious to racially-related incidents. Although the African-American student population at Baker School is small, I remember there not being any racial hostility. In high school, I remember our star quarterback being black and dating a white cheerleader at that time. I even remember not too long ago, when the Baker community, including Baker School, showing their support for Finis Gaston. Gaston, an African-American Baker School alumnus, was featured on ABCs Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in 2010. The only incident, I can recall when the N-word was openly used was during a middle school history class. On that day, a white student mispronounced "Niger" in Niger River. The teacher quickly corrected the student. So what happened? When did Baker School allegedly become so racist and why? By no means do I think the entire student body at the school is completely racist. However, more could have been done by school administrators and fellow students to keep these incidents from occurring. It sounds like this African-American family, moving to the Baker area from Virginia, found out the hard way that Baker School is unwelcome towards their race. Not only is that unfortunate, its also unacceptable.Matthew Brown, HoltWhat's your view? Write a letter to the editor. Not the Baker School I rememberJudy Malinowski may testify at the trial of her alleged killer. Her murder resulted from an attack outside a gas station near Columbus, Ohio, in 2015. Police said they received multiple reports that a woman was on fire in a parking lot. Witnesses say Malinowski and her boyfriend, Michael Slager, were arguing. Slager appeared to douse Malinowski with gasoline and then lit a cigarette causing Malinowski to burst into flames. Upon arrival, police found Malinowski unable to speak, suffering from severe burns. Her body was covered in powdered chemical residue from a fire extinguisher. Malinowski did not immediately succumb to her injuries. Instead, she survived about 700 days with third and fourth degree burns over 80 percent of her body. She endured 52 surgeries and nearly two years in a hospital. She died in January 2017 leaving behind two young daughters. She left something else behind as well. She left behind her testimony, under oath and subject to crossexamination to be used at Slagers trial for murder. Although Malinowski was preparing to testify by video during Slagers trial for assault and arson, Slager short-circuited that plan when he entered a no-contest plea to felonious assault and aggravated arson. A judge sentenced Slager to a maximum 11 years in prison. Malinowski wasnt through and neither was Franklin County prosecutor Ron OBrien. OBrien sought permission to perpetuate Malinowskis testimony. Her condition was not improving and her death was imminent. The Sixth Amendment to the United State Constitution requires that an individual charged with a crime have the opportunity to confront the witnesses against him. Confrontation means the opportunity to crossexamine witnesses. In our adversarial system cases are decided by juries or judges who have to make decisions about the credibility or believability of witnesses. The best way to make that evaluation is to test the memory and veracity of witnesses. In Malinowskis case there was no charge of murder because she was still alive. However, when she died the state could go back and charge Slager with murder even though he already pleaded guilty to a crime involving the same conduct. The Double Jeopardy clause of the Fifth Amendment only protects defendants from twice being tired for the same offense. Although the conduct that brought about her injuries was the same conduct that broug ht about her death, the elements of each crime are different. In 2004, the United States Supreme Court decided Crawford v. Washington which has had a significant impact on the admissibility of victim statements in court proceedings when the victim is unavailable or unwilling to testify. In Crawford, the suspect was arrested and tried for assault and attempted murder of his wife. The victim refused to testify. The prosecution attempted to use statements that she made to officers after her husband was arrested. The Supreme Court held that the Confrontation Clause bars the government from introducing statements at trial against a person without calling the maker of the statement, and providing the defendant the opportunity to cross examine the that person. Here is where Slagers case is different. Slagers attorney had the opportunity to crossexamine Malinowski while Slager watched the deposition on close-circuit television. Slager had the opportunity to confront his accuser. An Ohio judge will soon decide if Malinowskis testimony can be used at the trial of the man accused of murdering her. The stakes are high. Prosecutor OBrien is seeking the death penalty. Although Malinowskis testimony meets the standards of the Confrontation Clause, there were no charges pending against Slager when the deposition was taken. Regardless of the outcome, Malinowskis legacy of courage is clear. Her tenacity to stand-up to her killer is unprecedented. The Ohio legislature has acknowledged as much, her ordeal is the impetus for Ohios Judys Law,Ž which increases penalties for those who maim and disfigure their victims. Matthew T. Mangino is of counsel with Luxenberg, Garbett, Kelly & George P.C. You can reach him at and follow him on Twitter @MatthewTMangino.Will womans testimony be used to prosecute her alleged killer?LETTER TO THE EDITOR The fruits of decades of effort ... to build bilateral trust," is how United States Ambassador to Vietnam Dan Kritenbrink describes the dramatic visit of our aircraft carrier the USS Carl Vinson to that country. The magnificent U.S. Navy vessel is on a mission of peace, serving as a symbol of steadily expanding cooperation between two nations once at war. The Vietnam War was for the U.S. literally the most divisive since our Civil War. Intense controversy led in American domestic life to physical violence as well as emotional and political turbulence during the chaotic 1960s. The destruction visited on the Vietnamese, Cambodian and Laotian people was vast. Costs of the war resonate in human terms in both Southeast Asia and the United States. Contemporary human experience can mitigate past tragedy. U.S. Navy Commander Hien Trinh is part of the crew of the Carl Vinson. His family fled Vietnam in a tiny fishing vessel after the fall of Saigon in 1975. A U.S. Navy ship rescued the family, which inspired CDR Trinh to join our military. He manages the dental facility on the ship. Current improvement in relations with Vietnam reflect concern about assertiveness of China, including military expansion. Beijing and Hanoi have serious disagreements about maritime jurisdictions. Both Presidents Bush contributed to cooperation with Vietnam. President George H.W. Bush and Secretary of State James Baker deserve great credit for supporting APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation). Australia Prime Minister Bob Hawke conceived the organization and hosted the first summit in 1989. The formation of APEC complemented and reinforced other strategic achievements of this Bush administration. Bush, Baker and associates skillfully maneuvered through the collapse of the Soviet Union and end of the Cold War. The administration of President George W. Bush supported the 2006 APEC summit held in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. That gathering provided a useful opportunity to highlight that nations economic growth and the wider commitment to multilateralism. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was warmly welcomed to Vietnam, with a special parade in his honor, which included playing the U.S. national anthem. For years after Hanois 1975 military victory, the newly unified nation was frustrated by inability to turn military and political revolution into economic development. Vietnam did not join the Association of Southeast Asian Nations until 1995, nearly three decades after the creation of the regional development organization. The 2006 summit was a remarkable substantive and symbolic success. There was strong commitment to multilateralism and the vital importance of working with allies and through established regional and global institutions. The summiteers not only restated support of long-term efforts toward freer trade, they also addressed military security, calling on North Korea to abandon nuclear weapons development and return to six-party talks. Representatives of generally capitalist economies, meeting in a principal city of one of the few remaining communist political systems, collectively called on the secluded leaders of another communist state to cease this very threatening military activity. The Pacific region generally lacks the established network of economic and military organizations that help define Atlantic region relationships. For this reason, the annual APEC summits are especially significant. Partners in this Asia organization have proven willing to expand their reach to include cooperation with explicitly military dimensions. This complements U.S. treaties with Australia, Japan and South Korea. For decades, the Cold War defined relationships among nations. Today, economic realities undermine ideology. Celebrate the peaceful U.S. visit to Vietnam. „ Arthur I. Cyr is Clausen Distinguished Professor at Carthage College and author of "After the Cold War." Contact aircraft carrier visits Vietnam … in peace Arthur Cyr Matthew Mangino


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** A8 Saturday, March 24, 2018 | Crestview News Bulletin„ which runs just south of Crestview High School „ and you had an emer-gency, Crestview Police might show up at your door, while your next-door neighbor would get a visit from the Okaloosa County Sheriffs Office. The irregular bound-ary and the inconsistency of adjacent parcels being city and county has caused concern for the emergency service providers,Ž Gaillard said. However, most calls are address-related, and the service providers work diligently in maintaining up-to-date address and roadway records coupled with the latest GIS/GPS equipment.Ž LINEFrom Page A1The garden holds regu-lar workdays on Tuesdays starting at 9 a.m. After the work is done, they get together for a potluckstyle picnic lunch, which usually incorporates ingredients picked right from the garden. Anyone is welcome to attend the lunch, which can be away to learn more about the garden.It can also be a place to earn community service hours, whether those hours are part of a program like Bright Futures or other civic-minded organizations, or they are mandated by the court system.Ward said the garden has had people who started working in the garden as part of their community service who stayed on when their ser-vice period was up, and that working the garden has been a positive force in their lives.When you plant seeds, you dont know what the yield will be,Ž Ward said. Its that way with people, too. Working in the garden can be planting a seed in their life and it may blos-som into something lovely and productive.ŽWard is especially eager to get children involved in the garden. The garden recently hosted an event for kids that involved activities like rock paint-ing, and of course, working in the garden.Its a perfect place to bring kids to teach lessons,Ž Ward said. Its a perfect thing to engage kids. Its just a great enrichment activity.ŽMuch of the produce grown in the garden ends up at the Okaloosa County Farmers Market. The market is open from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.The Crestview location is at Old Spanish Trail Park.Esther Phelps, one of the gardeners who is involved in the farmers market, talked about the diversity of the gardeners.We have a lot of different skill levels here,Ž Phelps said. People come from everywhere. We hardly have anyone who was born and raised here. We have to adapt to our community as best we can.Ž SEEDSFrom Page A1the proper training.Health department public information officer Kathy Newby encouraged people to register ahead of time to avoid confusion and ensure that they go to the correct place in an emergency situation.Registering ahead of time will not guarantee a spot in the shelter, but can clear up any confusion about which shelter to go to in the event of an emer-gency. Those who require more skilled medical con-ditions will be directed to the correct facility rather than the shelter.We dont provide in-patient care services ƒ at the health department,Ž Chapman said. If youre too high a need and you just show up here then its a little more stressful, because here we are, a storm is bearing down.ŽApplicants for the shelter will need to re-register each year to stay up-to-date in the system.To register for the spe-cial needs shelter, go to okaloosa.For more information on the special-needs shelter, visit www. or call 833-9240. SEASONFrom Page A1 See LINE, A11


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CASE No. 2017 CA 004223 F LIVE WELL FINANCIAL INC., Plaintiff vs. DEVITO, ARLENE, et al., Defendants NOTICE OF ACTION TO: ARLENE TERESA DEVITO 421 BEAR ROAD FORT ‘WALTON BEACH, FL 32547 AND TO: All persons claiming an interest by, through, under, or against the aforesaid Defendant(s). YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property located in Okaloosa County, Florida: THE WEST 1/2 OF LOT 16, BLOCK 3, PARTIN-BROOKS SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 108, PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. has been filed against you, and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to this action, on Greenspoon Marder, LLP, Default Department, Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose address is Trade Centre South, Suite 700, 100 West Cypress Creek Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309, and file the original with the Clerk within 30 days after the first publication of this notice otherwise a default and a judgment may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF SAID COURT on this19th day of February, 2018. JD Peacock II As clerk of said Court By:Teresa Rogers As Deputy Clerk IMPORTANT In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a reasonable accommodation to participate in this proceeding should, no later than seven (7) days prior, contact the Clerk of the Court’s disability coordinator at COURT ADMINISTRATION, ADA LIAISON OICALOOSA COUNTY, 1940 LEWIS TURNER BOULEVARD, FORT WALTON BEACH, FL 32547, 850-609-4700. If hearing or voice impaired, contact (TDD) (800)955-8771 via Florida Relay System. 03/17/2018 03/24/2018 20180132 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA LAKEVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC, Plaintiff, VS. MATTHEW AARON TURPIN; et al., Defendant(s). CASE NO.: 2017 CA 004469 C NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Matthew Aaron Turpin Tamika M. Turpin Last Known Residence: 197 Patton Street, Crestview, FL 32539 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in Okaloosa County, Florida: LOTS 1 AND 2, BLOCK 4, EDNEY’S SECOND ADDITION TO CREST VIEW FLORIDA, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE( S) 125, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on ALDRIDGE I PITE, LLP, Plaintiffs attorney, at 1615 South Congress Avenue, Suite 200, Delray Beach, FL 33445, on or before 30 days of 1st publication file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiff’s attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. J. D. PEACOCK II As Clerk of the Court By: Diane Watkins As Deputy Clerk 03/17/18 03/24/18 20180135 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE:ESTATE OF KENNETH DOUGLAS READ II CASE NO.: 2018 CP 000153 Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE: The administration of the estate of Kenneth Douglas Read II, deceased, File Number 2018 CP 2018 CP 000153, is pending in the Circuit Court for Okaloosa County, Florida, the address of which is 601 B North Pearl Street, Crestview, FL 32536, (850) 689-5000. The names and addresses of the personal representative’s and that personal representative’s attorney are set forth below. ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE NOTIFIED THAT: All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the decedent’s estate on whom a copy of this notice is served within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and persons having claims against the estate of the decedent must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of the first publication of this notice is March 17th, 2018. Attorney for Personal Representative RYAN MYNARD ATTORNEY AT LAW, P .A. POST OFFICE BOX 249 CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA 32536 Telephone: (850) 683-3940 Facsimile: (850) 689-8630 Primary Email: Secondary Email: Florida Bar No.: 0150185 Personal Representative Robert W. Read 3 West Boulevard East Hampton, Connecticut 06424 03/17/2018 03/24/2018 20180139 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: The Marriage of RONALEE DUNCAN, Petitioner/Wife, and TERRY DUNCAN, Respondent/Husband. Case No.: 2018-DR-119 NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DIS SOL UTION OF MARRIAGE To:Terry L. Duncan 1755 Moffett Road Ceres, CA 95307 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you. You are required to serve a copy of your response or pleading to the Complaint upon the Petitioner=s attorney, GEORGIA THOMAS, 205 Brooks Street, Suite 301, Ft Walton Beach, FL 32548, and file the original response or pleading with the Okaloosa County Clerk of the Circuit Court, or before the 1 8th day of April 2018. If you fail to do so, a Default Judgment will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court=s office. You may review these documents upon request. Y ou must keep the Clerk of Circuit Court=s office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk=s office. WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: March 7th, 2018 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT BY:Carla Andrews Deputy Clerk 03/17/2018 03/24/2018 03/31/2018 04/07/2018 20180148 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEES FOR LUMINENT MORTGAGE TRUST 2006-3, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-3, Plaintiff, Vs. THEODORE FOREMAN, et al, Defendant(s) Case No. 2016-CA-4370 RE NOTICE OF SALE PURSU ANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated October 30, 2017, and entered in Case No. 2016-CA-4370 of the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit in and for Okaloosa County, Florida in which HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEESFOR LUMINENT MORTGAGE TRUST 2006-3, MORTGAGE PASS THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-3, the Plaintiff and THEODORE FOREMAN,, are defendants. I JD Peacock, will sell at public sale the following described real property: UNIT C, MANOR SHORES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE (S) 45, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA Property address: 223 Angler Drive, Unit C, Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548 The sale will be held pursuant to a public auction via the interne at at 11:00 AM CST on the 9th day of April, 2018, to the highest and best bidder for cash, in accordance with Section 45.031 of the Florida Statutes. 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 in Okaloosa County, Florida this9th day ofMarch, 2018. JD Peacock II Clerk of Circuit Court Okaloosa County, Florida By: Tamara Hendricks Deputy Clerk 03/24/18 03/31/18 20180147 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA STILLWELL ENTERPRISES, INC. Plaintiff(s), vs. CHARLES SHAWN SEITZ, et al Defendant(s). Case No.: 2016 CA 4223 RE NOTICE OF SALE PURSU ANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sale will be made pursuant to an Order of Final Judgment. Final Judgment was awarded on January 19th, 2018 in Civil Case No. 2016 CA 4223 of the Circuit Court of the FIRST Judicial Circuit in and for Okaloosa County, Florida, wherein, STILLWELL ENTERPRISES, INC. is the Plaintiff, and Charles Shawn Seitz, et al are Defendants. I J.D. Peacock Il will sell at public sale the following described real property: LOT 89, BLOCK B, PINNACLE POINT AT SHOAL RIVER GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 10, PAGE 96, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. Property Appraiser’s Parcel Identification No: 042N234008000B0890 Property Address: 2802 Pinnacle Point Drive, Crestview, FL 32539 The sale will be held pursuant to a public auction via the internet at at 11:00AM CST on the 13th day of April, 2018, to the highest and best bidder for cash, in accordance with Section 45.031 of the Florida Statutes. 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 in Okaloosa County, Florida this 14th day of March, 2018 J.D. Peacock II Clerk of the Circuit Court Okaloosa County, Florida By: Nancy Moxcey Deputy Clerk 03/24/18 03/31/18 20180151 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO. 2017 CA 002658 F PROF-2013-S3 LEGAL TITLE TRUST II, BY U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS LEGAL TITLE TRUSTEE, Plaintiff, vs. KATHLEEN M. RAMPOLLO A/K/A KATHLEEN RAMPOLLO; et al., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF ACTION TO:THE UNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, CREDITORS, AND ALL OTHER PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST JOSEPH RAMPOLLO, DECEASED RESIDENCES UNKNOWN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following described property in Okaloosa County, Florida: LO T 12, THE BUNGALOWS AT BLUEWATER BAY, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 16, PAGE 56, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF OKALOOSA COUNTY, FLORIDA. has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on SHD Legal Group P.A., Plaintiff’s attorneys, whose address is PO BOX 19519, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33318, (954) 564-0071,, on or before within 30 days of the first date of publication, and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiff’s attorneys or immediately thereafter default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. DATED on March 16th, 2018. As Clerk of the Court By: Teresa Rogers As Deputy Clerk 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, FL, 32547, Phone (850) 609-4700 Fax (850) 651-7725, ADA.Okaloosa@flcourts1.g ov., 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. 1491-160003 / HAW 03/24/18 03/31/18 FOR SALE Pit Bull Puppies $50 each Ph: 850-902-2939 Multi-FamilyYard Sale Sat. 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When plants arrive in the field, workers will remove boxes from the trailer and place plants on Tran’s planters. Workers will ride Tran’s planters and place one plant in every other plant finger. Excessive skips are unacceptable. Plant boxes will be loaded back on trailer to be refilled. Worker will use hoe or hands to remove weeds from the fields. Workers will use hands and tools to repair plant boxes and wooden potato bins. Workers will work in hot, cold, and sometimes wet conditions, according to the weather. WORK WILL BE FROM 7:00AM TO 3:30PM MONDAY THRU FRIDAY. 3 months experience required, THE EMPLOYER GUARANTEES THAT OF THE EMPLOYMENT TERM WILL BE PAID. ALL WORK TOOLS WILL BE PROVIDED AT NO COST. TRANSPORTATION AND SUBSISTENCE COSTS WILL BE PAID BY THE EMPLOYER UPON 50% COMPLETION OF THE CONTRACT. FREE HOUSING IS PROVIDED TO WORKERS WHO CANNOT REASONABLY RETURN TO THEIR PERMANENT RESIDENCE AT THE END OF THE WORK DAY. THE SALARY IS $10.73 PER HOUR. APPLY AT THE NEAREST MS State JOB SERVICE 601-321-6030 reference MS JOB NUMBER MS250690 or fax resumes to Landreth Farms 662-682-9686 Publisher’s NoticeAll real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on a equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. 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** A10 Saturday, March 24, 2018 | Crestview News BulletinEmail news@crestview to add your North Okaloosa church or update your churchs listing. ADVENTIST Crestview Seventh Day Adventist Church: 997 Texas Parkway, Crestview; 689-2092; http:// ASSEMBLY OF GOD Campton Assembly of God Church: 6924 Highway 85 N., Laurel Hill, FL 32567; 652-4581; Campton-Assembly-of-GodChurch/117434418274713 Golan Assembly of God: 6618 Highway 189 N, Baker; 537-8007; http://golanassembly Holt Assembly of God Church: 540 3rd Ave., Holt; 537-8351 Milligan Assembly of God Church: 5408 Highway 4, Baker; 537-4945; North Central Assembly of God: 158 Woodlawn Drive, Crestview; 689-0209 or 537-7115; Oak Ridge Assembly of God Church: 5297 Shoffner Blvd., Crestview; 682-8811 Shady Grove Assembly of God: 1189 Shady Grove Road, Baker; 537-2774; http:// Svea Assembly of God: 4638 Grimes Road, Laurel Hill; 834-2784; Welcome Assembly of God: 6137 US Highway 393, Crestview; 682-1683 AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL Mount Zion AME Church: 502 McDonald St., Crestview; 3986985; mountzionamecrestview BAPTIST Antioch Baptist Church: 4824 Antioch Road, Crestview; 682-4297; Calvary Baptist Church: 612 E. Chestnut Ave., Crestview; 6833522; www.calvary Campton First Missionary Baptist Church: 7166 Chapman Road, Laurel Hill; 652-2983 Central Baptist Church: 951 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview; 6825525; www.centralcrest Connect Church (formerly Pleasant Hill Baptist Church): 5459 Fairchild Road, Crestview; 385-239-3276 Crestview Independent Baptist Church: 600 Ferdon Blvd. N., Crestview; 682-2248; www.cibc. Dorcas Baptist Church: 5880 McCallum Road, Crestview; 6824958; Ebenezer Baptist Church: 3286 New Ebenezer Road, Laurel Hill; 652-4348 Emmanuel Baptist Church: 3252 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview; 682-9416; www.ebccrestview. com Evelenar Baptist Church: 2820 Carver Ave., Crestview; 682-2218; Evelenar-Baptist -Church/113514725349527 First Baptist Church-Baker: 1347 14th St., Baker; 5372933; FirstBaptistBakerFlorida First Baptist Church-Crestview: 171 W. Hickory Ave., Crestview; 682-2544; First Baptist Church of Garden City: 3140 Haskell Langley Road, Crestview; 682-9356; First-Baptist-Church-of-GardenCity-111441582228872/ First Baptist Church of Holt: 532 Highway 90 W., Holt; 537-6170; First Baptist Church Laurel Hill: 8166 1st St., Laurel Hill; 652-4192 First Independent Baptist Church of Crestview: 2959 Aplin Road, Crestview; 689-6744; www.“ bccrestview” .org Good Hope Baptist Church: 1895 Olin Cotten Road, Baker; 537-8721 Lebanon Baptist Church: 1288 Washington St., Baker; 537-2749 Live Oak Baptist Church: 4565 Live Oak Church Road, Crestview; 682-5160; www.liveoakbc. net/ Living Faith Southern Baptist Church: 837 James Lee Blvd. W., Crestview; 682-4371 Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church: 603 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., Crestview; 682-1292; Magnolia Baptist Church: 3198 Highway 602, Laurel Hill; 398-2836 Mt. Zion Baptist Church: 3831 New Ebenezer Road; Laurel Hill, FL 32567 New Beginnings Church: 412 W. James Lee Blvd., Crestview; 6892988; New Life Missionary Baptist Church: 285 Duggan Ave., Crestview; 689-5433; New-Life-Missionary-BaptistChurch/115354765157627 Palm Chapel Primitive Baptist Church: 201 Cadle Drive, Crestview; 689-3383; www. Peoples Missionary Baptist Church: 722 School Ave., Crestview; 682-3690; www.facebook. com/PeoplesBaptist/ Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church: 5595 Highway 4, Baker; 537-9221; www.pilgrimrest Pyron Chapel Baptist Church: 6498 William Gary Johnson Road, Baker Red Oak Baptist Church: 904 US Highway C-180, Baker; 537-6723 South Ebenezer Baptist Church: 8399 Old Ebenezer Road, Laurel Hill; 682-7228 Valley Road Baptist Church: 1018 Valley Road, Crestview; 682-4513; www.valleyroad Victory Baptist Church: 410 Wingard St., Crestview; 463-7808; Woodlawn Baptist Church: 824 Ferdon Blvd. N., Crestview; 6822924; www.woodlawnbaptist. com CATHOLIC Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church: 550 Adams Drive, Crestview; 682-4622; www.olv. CHRISTIAN Christ Family Church: 3196 E James Lee Blvd., Crestview FL; 683-8169; cfccrestview Crestview Christian Church: 5451 Old Bethel Road, Crestview; 689-3223; pages/Crestview-ChristianChurch/117653758261757 CHURCH OF Airport Road Church of Christ: 2845 Airport Road, Crestview; 682-4025; Church of Christ: 744 McDonald St., Crestview; 682-6230 Church of God by Faith: 397 Bressler St., Crestview; 682-0202 Church of Jesus Christ of LDS: 3 Del Cerro Camino, Crestview; 682-6624; Crestview Church of God: 602 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview; 682-3045; CrestviewCoG/ First Church of God in Christ: 986 Bay St., Crestview; 682-4900 Live Oak Church of Christ: 1051 S. Wilson St., Crestview; 682-2697 Mosaic Church of Crestview: 832 James Lee Blvd. W., Crestview; 682-4371; www.mosaiccrestview. com/ COMMUNITY Crestview Community of Christ: 2781st Ave., Crestview; 6827474; Community-of-Christ-Crestview348689968480930/ Crossway Community Church: Sunday meeting location: Riverside Elementary School, 3400 E. Redstone Ave., Crestview 3062247; www.crossway” .org Grace Community Church: 1287 Laird Road, Crestview; 892-3771; Lakewood Community Church: 6250 Old Bethel Road, Crestview; 683-1114 EPISCOPAL Church of the Epiphany: 424 Garden St., Crestview; 6891410;www.epiphany HEBREW Yeshua Beit Midrash: provides in-home ministry, Crestview; 3061479; HOLINESS Little Rock Holiness Church: 985 W. Walnut Ave., Crestview; 398-5361 HOUSE OF House of God Church: 461 Benjamin St., Crestview; 398-5194 House of Praise Church of God in Christ: 217 Lakeview Drive, Crestview; 682-3626; www.facebook. com/House-of-Praise-Church-OfGod-in-Christ-481599928521655/ House of Restoration Full Gospel Community Church: 383 Texas Parkway, Crestview; 682-6029; JEHOVAHS WITNESS Jehovahs Witnesses: 3061 E. James Lee Blvd., Crestview; 6823550; LIFE Kingdom Life Ministries: 798 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave., Crestview. Life Tabernacle: 3136 Pinewoods Drive, Crestview; 689-2252; www. Lifepoint Church: 400 S. Ferdon Blvd., Crestview; 682-3518; New Life International Worship Center: 1950 PJ Adams Parkway, Crestview; 689-0111; http:// Victorious Life Worship Center: 5973 Victorious Life Place, Crestview; 683-3633; LUTHERAN Our Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church: 178 W. North Ave., Crestview; 682-3154; www. oursavior METHODIST Baker First United Methodist Church: 5826 Highway 189 N, Baker; 537-8104; www.face Crosspoint United Methodist Church: 6268 Old Bethel Road, Crestview; 2250 PJ Adams Parkway, Crestview; 678-4411; http://yourcross First United Methodist Church: 599 8th Ave., Crestview; 6822018; New Bethel United Methodist Church: 5986 Highway 85 N., Crestview; 682-9671; churchdetail/568576 NON-DENOMINATIONAL Church of the New Covenant, 3191 Newman Ave. N, Crestview; 866-1450. Full Gospel Philadelphia Church: 810 Brookmeade Drive, Crestview; 682-4411; www. fullgospelphiladelphia Good Hope Congregational Church: 6937 Highway 4 W., Baker, FL 32531; 537-5568 Joy Fellowship: 5978 Old Bethel Road, Crestview; 682-6219; Praise Power & Compassion: 2188 James Lee Blvd., Crestview; 682-3069; The Shepherds Church:; 5305 Highway 4, Baker; 758-8492 The Summit: 100 Duggan Ave., Crestview; 306-1900; http:// MENNONITE Crestview Mennonite Church: 385 E. Cobb Ave., Crestview; 682-2122 NAZARENE The Point Crestview Nazarene Church: 395 Aplin Road, Crestview; 682-7995 PENTECOSTAL Auburn Pentecostal Church: 6144 Highway 85 N, Crestview; 682-6357; www. Calvary United: 1010 Bay St., Crestview; 423-1198; http:// PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian Church: 492 N Ferdon Blvd., Crestview; 6822835; Grace Redeemer Presbyterian Church in America: 2799 Goodwin Avenue, Crestview; 612-0398; www. Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church: 8115 4th St, Laurel Hill; 652-2164; WORSHIP Destiny Worship Center: 419 Stillwell B lvd., Crestview; 306-2550; www. crestview-campus/CHURCH DIRECTORY FAITHTomorrow is Palm/ Passion Sunday. When I was a child it was referred to only as Palm Sunday. So why are there two names for it in contemporary times? Back in the day,Ž people took Holy Week a bit more seriously. They knew there would be worship services in the days following Palm Sunday that would help them engage in remembering the Passion of Jesus Christ. The Passion was remembering the spiritual, emotional, and physical agony endured by Jesus as he made his way to the cross and put to death. He knew what was coming and prayed fervently that if it was possible to let this cup pass from me.Ž The Passion was typically remembered at Maundy Thursday and Good Friday times of worship. But nowadays it is challenging to get people to return for two extra worship services during the week. And, besides, these two services are based on sadness, suffering, and death. Who wants to go to church only to walk out feeling bad, sinful, and sad? Because getting to the foot of the cross is so important, and knowing many wont return to church for additional worship service, often Palm Sunday worship is divided in half: the first half, Palm Sunday; and the second half, the Passion. The truth of the matter is, each of us played a role in the reason for the crucifixion of Jesus. Our sins caused him to be mocked, whipped, spat upon, and nailed to the cross. But in our happy-golucky desire in life these days, no one wants to be reminded of that. Wed prefer to go from one happy feeling to the next. This is why most go from Palm Sunday to Easter and avoid the cross altogether. Yes, the gift of forgiveness of sins is definitely worth celebrating. The resurrection of Jesus from the dead is the central focus of our religion. And the depth of meaning truly increases when you realize to what lengths Jesus went in order to secure our forgiveness. Be sure to get to the foot of the cross before the great celebration of Easter. Youll be glad you did. The Rev. Mark Broadhead is pastor at Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church and First Presbyterian Church of Crestview.FROM THE PULPITHow the church honors the Passion of Jesus M a r k B r o a d h e a d Mark Broadhead see at an ev ent like this, Cosner said each partici-pant will be given a number or a letter and will each have ten eggs they must find on the field marked with their number or letter. They can then exchange their eggs for a goodie bag. Registration for the event will be at 7 p.m. Flashlights will not be supplied, so be sure to bring one. City of CrestviewThe city will be holding its own Easter egg hunt the next day, March 31, in the same location. The city event will include prizes and an appearance by the Easter Bunny.There will be three separate egg hunts, split up by age groups. Ages up to three will start at 9:30 a.m. at the small soccer field. Four to six-year-olds will begin at 10:15 a.m. on the football field, while seven to twelve-year-olds will start at 11 a.m. on the same field.For more information, call 682-4715. Emmanuel Baptist ChurchFor a change of pace, Emmanuel Baptist Church will be hosting an Easter at the Zoo event at the recently re-opened Emerald Coast Zoo. The event will take place 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 31 and is free to the public.According to the churchs website,, guests can enjoy a bounce house for kids, free food and drinks and carnival games with prizes. The church asks for a donation of one non-perishable food item to Sharing and Caring, an area food pantry. Pilgrim Rest Baptist ChurchPilgrim Rest Baptist Church will have an Egg Drop 10 a.m. March 31 at the church, 5595 U.S. Highway 4, Baker. It includes egg hunts for younger and older children, candy, hotdogs, prizes and games. Organizers request that people do not bring pets to this event. Call 537-9221 for more information. EASTERFrom Page A1


** Crestview News Bulletin | Saturday, March 24, 2018 A11 News Bulletin contributorCRESTVIEW„ Cybersecurity teams from Crestview High School recently competed inCyberPatriot, the Air Force Associations National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.Established by AFA in 2009, the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Edu-cation Program is designed to excite, educate and moti-vate students toward careers in cyber security and other science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines critical to the nations future.The programs core,the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, challenges teams of students across the United States, Canada, and other schools abroad, to find and resolve cybersecurity vulnerabilities in simulated environments. Top teams from the preliminary online rounds earn an all-expensespaid trip to Baltimore, Md. for the live National Finals Competition, where students compete for national recognition and scholarships.The CyberPatriot field has three divisions: the Open Division for public, private, and home school teams; the All Service Divi-sion for JROTC, Civil Air Patrol, and Naval Sea Cadet Corps teams; and the Middle School division.Based on the results from previous rounds, CyberPatriot X high school teams were categorized within their divisions as platinum, gold, or silver-tier teams.In all, over 5,500 teams registered to compete in CyberPatriot X. Led by coach Daniel Sligar, three teams of students from Crestview High School excelled in the qualifying rounds, demonstrating teamwork, critical thinking skills, and technical knowledge key to a success-ful career in cybersecurity. One teams performance earned it a spot in the semi-final round, during which it outscored other teams to win second place overall in the gold tier of the Open Division. Breyanna Davis, Arthur Enriquez, Zach Wilson, Javan Alto, Trenten Reed, and Kelsey Jacobson represented CHS as the Crypto Canines.Coach Sligar said, The Cyberp atriot teams at Crestview High School each performed incredibly well during this years competition, demonstrating a quick understanding and application of essential cybersecurity principles within multiple operating systems. Students are learning skills and techniques that will help set them apart from competitors while seeking future educational opportunities and employment in a career field projected to increase by 28 percentover the next few years. I am extremely proud of the accomplishments of each student during this years competition.ŽCrestview High places second in national cyber security competitionCrestview High School team members are (from left) Javan Alto, Trenten Reed, Kelsey Jacobson, Zachary Wilson, Arthur Enriquez a nd Breyanna Davis. [SPECIAL TO THE NEWS BULLETIN] Infrastructure Traffic is a well-known problem in Crestview, and solutions are slightly complicated by the fact that key road sections cross over city and county lines. Part of the proposed improvements centering on an interchange at Interstate 10 and Antioch Road is the development of Raspberry Road. While most of Raspberry Road runs through the city, a short stretch in the middle of it is on county property.The situation forces the city and county to work together on solutions to traffic problems. Whitten and County Commissioner Graham Fountain have both said that the two entities are now working together well to resolve these issues. Municipal electionsIf you ever decide to run for city council or even mayor, you might want to double-check that map to make sure you actually live in the city first.The neighborhoods north of Stillwell Boulevard are in the county, as are most of the areas off John King Road. If you live in the Lee Farms subdivision west of town, youll need to think about running for county commissioner instead, even though the neighboring subdivisions to the east and west are both located in the city.The same idea applies to voting. The city charter, which defines Crestviews three voting precincts, states that qualified elec-tors must come from inside the voting pre-cincts of the city limits.For a local example of this, look no further than Laurel Hill where city councilman Johnny James was found in 2015 to reside outside the city limits. He was forced to step down until his property, which was adjacent to Laurel Hills borders, was formally annexed into the city. Getting into the cityFloridas voluntary annexation laws do give people the option to become part of a city under certain conditions. First, your property must be adjacent to the current city limits. If your property shares a boundary with the city, you meet this first requirement.Second, you have to own the property to be annexed. If there are mul-tiple owners of a property, they all have to sign the petition. This becomes complicated in the case of subdivisions outside city limits, where a certain percentage of the homeowners have to be on board with the annexation plan.After that, the petition is submitted to the city council for annexation and rezoning. If your property meets all the requirements and is approved by the city council, you can officially become part of Crestview.Its really an easy pro-cess,Ž Gaillard said. LINEFrom Page A8


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