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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin


Mickey Rytman witnessed the
birth of the Old Spanish Trail Festival
more than 50 years ago.
He couldn't bear to watch the
festival die.
Rytman brought his ideas to help
the event to the OSTF committee
meeting Tuesday at The Tanning &
Hair Center in Crestview.
"I can't watch it fold," Rytman
said. "My dad was one of the ones
who started it. I remember when
they sat around our kitchen table
and dreamed it up."
The committee members spent
Tuesday evening reminiscing about
the festival'sbetter days and tryingto
dream up ways to produce adequate
funding for the 52nd version of the
annual Crestview event.
The committee has said
cancellation of the festival is possible
without appropriate funds.
OSTF committee members will


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Crestview Police Officer Sam Kimmons holds on tight as Crestview High drivers education student Jacoby
Atwell takes out several traffic cones on the DUI awareness course.

CHS students experience effects of DUI


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW The first thing
wearers of "Fatal Vision" goggles
notice is they cause objects to jump


out in front of them. Another effect
is it dopes the wearer into reacting
more slowly. ,
Fortunately, the goggles,
which simulate alcohol or drug
impairment, were used in a


controlled environment supervised
by Crestview Police officers Friday.
The "objects" that seemingly moved
under their own volition were
See, DWI 2


"I can't watch it fold. My dad was one of the ones
who started it. I remember when they sat around
our kitchen table and dreamed it up."
Mickey Rytman


conduct an active sponsorship drive
over the next three weeks. The group
said $25,000 is needed to conduct a
one-day festival.
. The 2008 OSTF currently is
scheduled for May 3.
"I don't want to close it down,
even for a year," said .committee
president Mac Mackendree.
"But without sponsorship and
community support, it's hard to put
on the festival."
The festival is one of the oldest
annual events in Okaloosa County,
but interest has declined for several
years.
The committee agreed on several
steps to reduce costs and increase
interest:
The 2008 festival will be
condensed to one day.
The event will feature local


entertainment.
The event likely will feature
additional contests and games
similar to the current treasure hunt
and canoe race.
The vendor fee will be reduced,
most likely to $25.
"Any local business that wants
to set up a booth, even if you are
not selling things, you can pay $25
and set out your wares," committee
member Sean Oloughlin said.
Any person with ideas to help
the festival is encouraged to contact
Cindy Oloughlin at (850) 758-0298,
or e-mail ostf@cox.net.
,'Re'.d i\ Ie Writ/ il s thougolts on
the Old Spanish Trail committee's
efforts in. the "Passing Shots" blog at
crestviewbulletin.comrn


Teen



theft ring



busted
Stepfather's discovery leads to arrests
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW As Crestview Police
Department investigators unloaded box after box
of recovered stolen goods, Lt. Jamie Grant stressed
the bounty underscored an important lesson for
motorists:
"Lock your car," he said. "We're not living in
the '70s anymore."
The thefts, which occurred in the last several
weeks, allegedly began as a teen prank when
three Crestview High School students went to a
birthday party that got canceled, said the father
of one of the boys.
Instead, they started causing mischief.
All of the recovered goods, valued at more
than $40,000, were stolen from unlocked vehicles,
Grant said. Little of it has been reported missing.
"And this is just what we've recovered so far,"
said one of the investigators.
Officers said most of the thefts occurred in
. Crestview neighborhoods south of Interstate
10. Some also were made in Airport Road
neighborhoods.
Police officers believe many owners may not
even realize they have been victims of thefts
because their cars were not broken into.
The father of one boy charged in the thefts said
the stepfather of another of the boys discovered a
stash of loot in his.son's room on Wednesday and
alerted police.
Warrants are out for the boy, who took off in
his stepfather's truck, both for the car burglaries
as well as for theft of the truck.
Because the thefts involved burglarizing
vehicles, all three boys have been charged with
felonies, one count per item.
Because of the suspects'. ages, The News
Bulletin is not publishing their names;
"I'm very sad about this," the father, a former
law enltoiiee.t01t othnei, ;siid. "I know the parents
of one of the boys. They're good, hard-working
Air Force people."
As their boy, escorted by his parents to the
Criminal Investigations Department, walked up,
the father told the clearly chastened teen, "You
see where bad choices lead you? You guys are
breaking my freakin' heart right now."
The father said his son is almost a straight-A
student and a school athlete. He feared the thefts
will damage his son's-future.
See THEFT 4

Be a mystery worshiper!
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
Have you ever wondered how your church ap-
pears to a visitor? Better still, have you ever won-
dered what it'd be like to visit another church?
The News Bulletin invites you to become a mys-
tery worshiper. We'd like to see how churches in
northern Okaloosa County compare. As we receive
reports, we'll publish them from time to time.
If you'd like to be a mystery worshiper, contact
our editor, Kyle Wright, at kylew@crestviewbulle-
tin.com, or call (850) 682-6524. We'll provide mys-
tery worshipers a list of criterion to assure each
church is rated fairly.
S Check out more Church news
In Local 6 A


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Sarah Keeley crashes the Crestview Police Department's golf cart on the DUI
Awareness Course at Crestview High School.


DWI continued from 1
harmless traffic cones.
CHS drivers education students took to the
wheel of the CPD DUI program's new golf cart and
attempted to maneuver through a course marked
by traffic cones set up near the school's drivers ed
grounds.
As the cart careened around the course, Officer
Sam Kimmons, riding shotgun, coached the
student drivers and was available to take control if
necessary.
"'This is to deter them from driving while
intoxicated," explained CPD Lt. Wayne Grandstaff.
"If we can get even one kid to think twice about
drinking and driving, we'll be happy."
"It was crazy," said Jacoby Atwell, one of the
students who tried the exercise, taking out several
cones in the process. "You feel like you're in control
but in the end, it doesn't seem like you are."
"Without the support and funding of the chief
and the city council, this program couldn't happen,"
said Grandstaff. "And we want to be involved
with the kids now in drivers ed, so we don't have
to get involved with these kids in a real-life DUI
situation."
Each cart driver received choruses of good-
natured ribbing'from their peers in the bleachers, but
it was clear the program's message hit its mark.
Asked if he'd think twice about driving while
impaired, student Allen Steele said, "Oh yeah."
Lt. Grandstaff said he and his community
policing team will gladly take the program to any
school in the area. And, he assured Crestview High
students and drivers ed teachers, "We'll be back
here again."

See video from Friday's program
at crestviewbuletin.com.


CRESTVIEW POLICE
DEPT. "FATAL
VISION" DUI
AWARENESS
PROGRAM
To have the program visit
your school's drivers' educa-
tion class, contact Lt. Wayne
Grandsiatt at (850) 682-3544,
DUI Penalties
* 1st offense: $250-500 fine,
possible imprisonment up to
6 months, probation for one
year, 50 hours of community
service or $500 fine. license
suspended for 1 year and
vehicle impounded for 10
days. . .
* If serious bodily injury oc-
curred, a first offense DUI
becomes an automatic third-
degree felony
* A third DUI offense within
10 years is also a third-de-
gree felony.
* Third-degree felony penal-
lies include up to 5 years in
prison and up to a $5,000
fine. -
* A DUI causing the death
of a person, including an
unborn fetus, is manslaugh-
ter, a second-degree felony.
Imprisonment is up to 1i5
years. ,
* Any drunk-driving infraction
that causes damage or injury
also subjects the driver to
civil action (lawsuits). ,


SATURDAY,

FEB. 16
" Covington County Indoor Arena
Andalusia, Alabama

Roping begins at 10 a.m. sharp
Books open at 9 a.m.

SOpen Roping a #15
L $80 per team (4 head)

#12 8 #10 Roping
$60 per team (3 head)


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15 second cutoff 5 second barrier
Stock Charge is 40%6 No Handicaps
Stock Contractor Joey Carpenter
Cash Only No Checks

A Calcutta will be held for the Open and ;
#15 roping. Prize for the High Money Roper of
the Open and #15 roping. Prize for the High
Money Roper of the #12 and #10.
There will be a bake sale and silent auction.
If you have anything you would like to donate
to the silent auction, bring it to the roping.
RV Hook-ups and Stalls are available for
purchase. Please contact josh Simmons if
you need to purchase prior to the day of ,
the roping, or you can purchase them the
morning of the roping.
For more information, contact:
Josh Simmons (334) 858-2008 (H)
or (850) 951-3314 (C)


A precious life is from the start to those who ,
have a caring heart; for it's the kind things
that we do that bring God's best to me and
you! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!


Daughter of Woodrow & Crystal Braswell, and sister Jacey.
Granddaughter of Derry & Jean Braswell and James & Syretha Strokes.


The Crestview Area Chamber of Commerce presents


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview Police Officer Sam Kimmons speaks to a drivers education class at
CHS about the hazards of drunken driving.


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From staff reports

TODAY
BLOOD DRIVE: for the
Northwest Florida Blood
Center today at Wal-Mart in
Crestview 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.
FLORIDA TRAIL
ASSOCIATION:
Saturday, Feb. 9 at 6
p.m. Awards Banquet in
Crestview-Choctawhatchee
and Western Gate Chapters.
Details 682-6098.
For details, visit their
Web site at http:/ /westgate.
floridatrail.org.
ABATE CAR & BIKE
SHOW: from 9 -10:45 a.m.
at 735 Pensacola Beach Blvd.
the Pensacola Beach tourist
information center parking
lot. $10 for each car or bike
entered. All entries must be
driven onto the show site
- no exceptions. Winners
will be chosen by public
ballot. Coffee, doughnuts
water and sodas available
for a donation. Door prizes
and 50/50 drawing. ABATE
membership and motorcycle
safety info. will be available.

FEBRUARY
TOP DAWG
COMPETITION: Feb.
15 at 7 p.m. in the CHS


Auditorium. Admission is $5.
Talent and all over character
competition sponsored by the
CHS Juniorettes. For details,
contact Jessica Killinger at
689-7177, ext. 3230, or e-mail
Killingerj@mail.okaloosa.kl2.
fl.us.
LOW IMPACT
AEROBICS FOR SENIORS:
The Senior Center at Old
Spanish Trail Park on
Stillwell Blvd. in Crestview is
hosting low impact aerobics
every Monday from 9-10
a.m. A five dollar fee applies.
Call Tammy at 682-0647
for details, and feel free to
pick up a calendar for other
activities at the center.
TWO MAIDS OFFER
FOR WOMEN WITH
CANCER: Two Maids &
A Mop is participating in
the Cleaning for a Reason
program, which provides
free cleaning services to
women battling cancer.
Request services by calling
(877) 337-3348 or visit www.
cleaningforareason.org
online. Cancer patients will
be verified through their '
physician and then receive on
free housecleaning a month
for four months.
For details, contact Two
Maids at 664-6243 or www.
ineedamaid.com.
BLOOD DRIVES: for


the Northwest Florida Blood
Center are: Wednesday, Feb.
13 OWC, Niceville, inside
* Building K, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 14
Saturday Feb. 16 -
Riverwood, Apartments, 342
Riverwood Drive Crestview
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for details.
LAKE ELLA ROAD
CLOSED: at approximately
8 a.m. on Monday. Lake Ella
Road in the Dorcas area will
be closed to through traffic
until approximately Feb. 18
while Okaloosa County Road
Department crews replace a
cross drain. The closure will
be at Spring Branch, located
on the north end of Lake Ella
Road between Juniper Creek
and U.S. Highway 393. Each
side' of the closure will be
accessible, but no thru traffic
will be permitted. Please plan
accordingly.
MISS PANHANDLE
PAGEANT: The 7thAnnual
Miss Florida Panhandle
Sweetheart Pageant will
be held Feb. 16 at 5 p.m. at
Crestview High School. Age
divisions are girls 0-19 years
old and boys 0-3 years old. For
more information call Thrida
Rogers at 689-3563 or visit the
pageant website at http://
trciarogerspageants.com.
NEW MILITARY
GROUP: A new organization,
Friends of the Military, will
hold a planning meeting on
Monday, February 11 at 1
p.m. at the Crestview library
on Commerce Drive. Details:
Helen McKenna, 423-0704.


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IF YOU HAVE A CONCERN OR COMMENT ABOUT
CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN'S COVERAGE,
PLEASE CALL 682-6524.
GENERAL MANAGER
KELLY HUMPHREY
JASON MOBLEY. INTERIM GENERAL MANAGER
EDITOR
KYLE WRIGHT
OFFICE STAFF
MELISSA TEDDER .... OFFICE MANAGER
DENISE CADENHEAD. OFFICE ASSISTANT
LISA STOUT ......... OFFICE ASSISTANT
ADVERTISING INFORMATION
HEATHER GANN ..... AD CONSULTANT
RANDY BEARD ...... AD CONSULTANT
JEREMY CADLE ...... AD CONSULTANT
EDITORIAL
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ANN SPANN ........ PHOTOGRAPHER
ROBERT YOUNG ... SPORTS EDITOR
RENEE BELL ........ TYPESETTING


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AMANDA KOSCHE . GRAPHIC ARTIST
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Happy Valentine's
Day! I can't think of a
better place to celebrate,
by gifting or attending,
than the lovely Ivy Leaf
Tea Parlor. Elaine Broom
serves a delicious Ro\al
Tea, soup and salad
scones and tea, fruit
sensation and a selection
of tea sandwiches and
desserts. A light lunch or
a quick tea in the gift shop
are also available. Tea and
good company made for
at least a two-hour visit.
Make your
reservations for lunch
in a relaxed atmosphere
and soft music. Ring (850)
683-1626.
Happy 81st birthday
to Cassie Rogers,
February 5, 2008! Cassie
celebrated with a pancake
breakfast with Jessica
Twitty and children. She
attended a birthday lunch
at her church. Grandson
Kevin Goolsby took her


Carolyn Fowler is
asking for help from the
community. Her husband,
Rev. Michael Fowler, needs
a 5-bypass heart surgery.
After the surgery he won't
be able to work for 6 to 8
moreweeks.Any donations


out for dinner. Well now, '
another great year off to a'
grand start for our Lady
Cassie!,
"* Happy Valentine
birthd.ays to Roma Lee
Henderson and Kelly.
Sory, celebrating their
birthdays on Feb. 14. They
both deserve huge heart-
shaped boxes and red
roses!
The Grill has a nice
party room ready to be
used by groups. This is a
welcome addition that will
benefit family celebrations
'or church groups neding
-a space, aside from the
general dining room, for,
a meal in a more private
setting.
Tammy welcomes call-
in and pick-up service by
ringing .652-3222.
Laurel Hilltopper'
ladies will be meeting at
the Laurel Hill Grill for
lunch at 11 a.m., Feb. 19.
Grab your jacket and join


toward the medical bills,
as well as other expenses,
will be great appreciated.
Donations can be sent
to the Fowlers at 521
Brock Ave., Crestview, FL.
32539 or call 683-1582 or
225-8248.


Okaloosa Chamber Singers


perform Feb.
The Okaloosa Chamber
Singers will present their
"Festival of Hymns"
program Sunday, Feb. 24,
6:00 p.m. at the Destin
United Methodist Church.
Awide variety of hymns,
ranging from early Psalm
settings and Bach chorales,
through nineteenth century
sacred harp and folk
hymns, to spirituals and
contemporary Christian,
settings, comprise. the
program. The assembly is
invited to join in singing
some of our most beloved
hymns.
Highlighting the
program will be
performances by Katie
Ott, who brings her harp
group with her to perform
before and within the
program. Kim Cannon,.


24 in Destin
professional pianist and
director of music at the
Destin United Methodist
Church, will improvise on
hymn requests, and join
.the Chamber Singers in
the performance of "Fairest
Lord Jesus."
Enhancing assembly
participation in hymn
singing will be a brass
quartet led by Jas6n Bennett,
music director at Rocky
Bayqu Christian School.
Admission to Okaloosa
Chamber Singers concerts
is free, with a suggested
donation of $15. The church
is located at 200 Beacl Drive
in Destin.
For further information
call Dr. Marilyn Overtuff,
director, at 682-9651 or
e-mail her at marilyno@
cox.net.


The Okaloosa Chamber Singers are going to join with
musicians Katie Ott, Kim Cannon and Kevin Shular to
present a concert of hymns of all types at the Destin
United Methodist Church., .. .


these la ie'sfor a time
of fellowship and good,'
., country cooking!
The wedding music
softly mingles with the
beautiful memories of
the Feb. 2 wedding of
. my Hollywood. Fla.,
grandson, Ryan, and his
lovely bride, Angelica.
Linda and I traveled with
handmade floral decor for
the rehearsal dinner tables
and a white aisle runner
with their names and date
in hand-lettered gold paint
by artistic Linda!
Mixed with our joy of
the festivities, good food,
seeing old friends and a
special family reunion
time, we were provided
with awesome memories.
The musically talented
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Raines
are honeymooning in the.
mountains.
The City of Laurel
Hill held a surprise .
retirement party for city


Signs of


Faith


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Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
The Live Oak Baptist Church had a Valentine's
Day message for drivers who passed their sign
on State Road 85. To submit your own Signs of
Faith, e-mail kylew@crestviewbulletin.com



Gilder Lehrman Institute

announces tuition-free

seminars for teachers


Apply by Feb. 15
NEW YORK, NY The
Gilder Lehrman Institute
of American History.
today announced that it
will sponsor 32 tuition-
free, one-week teacher
enrichment seminars
across the U.S. and
England for teachers at
every level.
Participants in the
competitive application
seminars will receive
a $400 stipend, books,
and room and board.
Public, parochial,
independent school


'teachers and National
Park Service employees
are eligible to apply. Each
seminar is limited to 30
participants.
Historians from
universities including
Stanford, Columbia, Yale,
and the University of
Virginia will lead seminars
on topics ranging from
the Colonial Era, the U.S.
Constitution, and the
Underground Railroad
to the Great Depression,
the Cold War, and the
Civil Rights Movement.
Last year more than 700
educators participated.


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Downtown Office
302 N. Wilson Street
Crestview, FL 32536
850-682-5112


Main Office
1301 Industrial Drive
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-5111


Southside Office
2541 S. Hwy 85
Crestview, FL 32539
850-682-3111


Fowlers request assistance

for medical condition


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3 months $9.00 3 months %'14.00
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clerk Shirley Simmons
on Monday evening at the
Baptist Church fellowship
hall.
I Words could never
express the appreciation
this community feels for
Shirley, a former Laurel
Hill citizen of the year,
former pastor of Laurel
Hill Assembly of God
Church and esteemed city
clerk for many years.
Shirley and her
late husband, Eugene
Simmons, worked
tirelessly for the good
of all the citizens in this
growing community.
What a team they made!
Our best wishes for
good retirement years,
filled with writing more
books, enjoying the
grandchildren and cool
morning sleep.
Come to me .all who are
weary and burdened, and I
will give you rest: Matthew
11:28


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THEFT
continued from 1

"He's got a good college
chasing him right now,"
said the father, shaking his
head sadly.
Investigators do not
believe the teens will be
adjudicated as adults
because they do not have
previous brushes with the
law.
The teen at the Criminal
Investigations Department
assured his father he didn't
actively participate in the
burglaries, but officers said
he is just as guilty.
"If you drive a car to
a bank but the guys in
the back seat rob it, you
did it, too," explained
Investigator Dick Trent.

RECOVERED
ITEMS
. The Crestilie,' Police
j Department had recov-
ered these stolen items
as of Thursday afternoon:
8 digital cameras,,.
some still bearing man-
Sufacturers' stickers
Several watches
An assortment of
necklaces
3 iPods
'* 4 radar detectors
3 MP3 players
3 portable DVD players
3 workman's tools
I (also called leather-
man's tools)
Most bizarrely, 9 tubs
Sof wafer cookies.
To arrange to see the
recovered articles. in
person or to claim your
g stolen property, contact
the Crestview Police
Department Criminal
Investigations department
I at (850) 682-4157.
"Come look at it and see
if it's yours," advised Lt.
Jamie Grant. "If it's yours,
it's yours."


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Crestview Police investigator Ralph Capewell displays some of the
recovered belongings from a series of car burglaries. See more photos of
the stolen items at crestviewbulletin.com


VEHICLE SECURITY STEPS


Crestview Police investigator Lt. Jamie the windows."
Grant offers these tips for making your Record serial numbers: "If you're go-
vehicle and portable valuables more ing to have something of value, especially
secure: in your car, take three minutes to record
* Lock your car: "If people just lock their the serial numbers," Grant said. For
car%, 70 percent of vehicle thefts wouldn't small items, Grant advised just put it on
have occurred," said Grant. "Thieves just the photocopier and make a copy of the
go down the street trying door handles. panel with the make, model and serial
Very few vehicle thefts involve breaking numbers.


City Council agenda ann
For Feb. 11 meeting
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office has announced the owners.
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held before the meeting at 0,56 acre
5 p.m. to. discuss a SAFER 12, BlockI
Grant for the Crestview Requeste
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workshop is also open to j. Ordinance
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b. Ordinance #1384- Small Scale retnest
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by James L. Wellborn and Charles m. Departm
Plauche, Managing Members. LPA m an
06-70 First Reading. emerge
c. Ordinance #1385 Rezoning of Lots n. Report o
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Church, property owner-First d. Addison
Reading. Attorney.
d. Ordinance #1386- Rezoning 0.71 p. Renewal
acres recently annexed in Section 6,' Okaloosa
Township 3 North, Range 23 West. 'CrestvieA
Requested by Clarence S. and q. Resoluti
Cheryl J. Flowers, property owners Governr
First Reading. Services
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9, Block 28, Town of Crestview. Clerk.
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acres recently annexed in Section
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STOCKHOLM Apart
from a travel day from my
port of entry, I spent my
first 10 days in Europe in
Sweden. As I prepared
for my next leg, I ducked
into Stockholm's Central
Station to reserve a seat for
my train to Germany.
In line at the
international reservations
window, I met two
American guys my age
who had been in Europe
about the same amount of
time that I had.
"What have you seen
so far?" one asked me
eagerly.
I spoke glowingly of the
Midnight SuninLappland,
the graceful sculptures
at MillesgArden, the
charming Old Town, and
the marvelous 18h-century
warship Wasa.
"So what have you
guys seen?" I asked my
new friends.
They'd really given their
Eurailpass a workout, one
guy said proudly, having
dashed through six or
seven countries. I'd been
exploring only one.
"But what have you
seen?" I insisted.
They were silent a
moment until the other
guy looked sheepishly at
the floor and said, "Train
stations, mostly."
A common mistake
is to try to use an
unlimited-use Eurailpass


to go everywhere and see
everything. You can't do
it, and the cost of the pass
becomes a waste of money.
Resolve yourself to the fact
you'll just have to return
and explore another part
of Europe.
Use a flexipass to
limit the temptation to
ramble too far and wide,
and to concentrate your
explorations in fewer
regions. Flexipasses
permit a number of days
of rail travel within a
larger period, usually two
months.
A Select Pass will
allow two to five people
traveling together to
save even more, limiting
travel to a few days
within three, four or
five contiguous Eurail
countries. (It's perfect
for a family trip!)
Eurailpass prices rose
again at the beginning
of the year, but they still
represent a tremendous
savings for North
American visitors to
Europe.
Passes are available
through your travel agent,
where you may incur an
extra fee for having them
shipped from their U.S.
distributor, and from
Web sites, including. Rail
Europe..
Explore Europe the
way Europeans do: by
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French Railways crew members welcome young travelers aboard an express bound for Mannheim,
Germany. Eurailling is a great way to see Europe up close and personal.


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To buy a pass, visit Rail
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RELIGION


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2008


PULPIT Discipleship
j Michael Green Jr.


Then said Jesus to
those Jews which believed
on him, If ye continue in
my word, then are ye my
disciples indeed... John
8:31
When I was in college,
I read a sign that defined
commitment. It stated
that commitment is a
lot like ham and eggs
the chicken may be
involved, but the pig
is committed! When
we define Christian
discipleship we must ask
ourselves this question.
Are we merely involved
in the service of Christ,
or ale we committed?
Many of us are
involved in service
to the Lord. A large
number of Americans
profess to believe in
Jesus Christ and embrace
Christianity. We attend
church on a somewhat
regular basis, we pray in
times of trouble. Many
of us are even faithful
to give to the church
financially and take
time to see to the needs
of others during the
week. However, we must
understand there is a
difference between being
involved in Christian
service and being
committed to the Lord.
Is your service to God
merely external ritual or
is it more?
In the aforementioned
verse, Jesus is
addressing a group of
people who professed
to believe His message.
However, knowing their
hearts, Jesus explained
that true discipleship
involved continuing in
His word. He explained
that commitment is not
merely believing, but
also acting on that belief.


He instructed them to
be active in obeying His
Word and continuing
therein. This is an
excellent pattern for us
as we commit our lives
to serving God.
In Luke 14:26-27,
Jesus further teaches
the requirements of true
committed discipleship.
"If any man come to
me, and hate not his
father, and mother, and
wife, and children, and
brethren, and sisters,
yea, and his own life
also, he cannot be my
disciple. And whosoever
doth not bear his cross,
and come after me,
cannot be my disciple."
This appears to be a
harsh statement, but it
is the requirement of
true discipleship. Jesus
is not teaching that we
are to cultivate disdain
for our immediate
family. He is instructing
us to put Him first.
Obedience to the Lord
is to be placed before
mom and dad. Service
to God comes before our
children. Jesus likens our
discipleship to taking up
the cross and following
Him. When we. ponder
the cross that our Savior
bore as He died for
our sins, we have the
ultimate example of
absolute commitment.
As Christians, how are
we to be committed to
Christ? First, we need to
cultivate an unwavering
faithfulness to the truth
of the word of God.
Jesus taught that if we
are truly His disciples,
we would continue in
His truth.
There has been a
growing trend in many
of our modern religious


institutions to abandon
clear scriptural truths
arnd exchange them for
feel-good messages
and pep talks. We must
abandon this humanistic
philosophy Biblical
doctrine and truth
are far more needful
today! The Bible teaches
that we are all vile
sinners, deserving of
eternal punishment
in hell because of our
transgressions. However,
.God's people have
a redeemer in Jesus
Christ. He came into
the world to save His
people from their sins
(Matthew 1:21). We
have no goodness of our
own; we are spiritually
dead apart from the
quickening of the Spirit
of God (Ephesians 2:1).
The subsequent result
of our salvation and
regeneration is the
ability and the desire
to serve God. We serve
Him, not to purchase
a home in Heaven, but
because of our love of
the Savior. We love Him
because He first loved
us (1 John 4:19). These
truths are far more
comforting than the
moral platitudes offered
from some pulpits today.
We truly commit
ourselves to the Lord
when our inward
thoughts and attitudes
match our outward
appearance and actions.
How many times do
we put on a facade of
involvement, but our
attitude and thoughts
show otherwise? In
Proverbs 23:7, Solomon
wrote that as a man
thinketh in his heart, so
is he. Our true attitude
will eventually manifest


itself. In Matthew .
12:34, Jesus said, "For
out of the abundance
of the heart the mouth
speaketh." We must
work on the inside
if we are going to be
committed disciples of
Jesus. We must think
- as the Apostle Paul
instructs upon Godly
things.
"Finally, brethren,
whatsoever things
are true, whatsoever.
things are honest,
whatsoever things are
just,' whatsoever things
are pure, whatsoever
things are lovely,
whatsoever things are of
good report; if there be
any virtue, and if there
be any praise, think on
these things (Philippians
4:8)."
If you are born again,
then there has been an
internal change in your
life. We must strive to
steadfastly align our
thoughts with the things
of God. The first step
is through consistent
worship, bible study,
and prayer. With God's
help and grace we can
labor towards becoming
disciples indeed.

Michael Green Jr.
is pastor of Palm
Chapel Primitive
Baptist Church (www.
palmchapel.org) in
Crestview. Palm Chapel
meets every Sunday
at 10:30 a.m. and
Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Pastor Green can be
contacted at 689-3383
or by e-mail at pastor@
palmchapel.org. He
warmly invites you to
come and worship at
Palm Chapel Primitive
Baptist Church.


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Please turn in 'your church
news briefs to the News,
Bulletin by 2 p.m. on
Thursday.

EVENTS
THOMPSON AT
SHADY GROVE:
Rev. and District
Superintendent Bobby .
Thompson will be at
Shady Grove Assembly
of God Church in Baker
on Feb. 10 at the 10:45
a.m.. This service will
feature the installation of
Rev. Carroll and Beverly
Senn as pastors of Shady
Grove. Lunch will follow
in the Fellowship Hall,
and after that, the newly
remodeled parsonage will
be dedicated.
LENTEN
DEVOTIONALS,
STATIONS OF
THE CROSS: Each
Wednesday from Feb. 13
- March 19, everyone is
invited to come celebrate
Easter at the Protestant
Lenten Devotionals/


lunches at the Eglin
Chapel Center Annex. To
help provide homemade
soup or bread on any of.
these dates, call Dorothy
at 882-7302.
Every Wednesday from
Feb. 13 through March 5,
Catholic Stations of the
Cross and Lenten meals
will be observed at 5 p.m.
at the West Gate Chapel.
Details: 882-7320.
OLD TIME GOSPEL
SING: North Central
Assembly of God at
158 Woodlawn Drive
in Crestview is having
a Bible Study four
Wednesday in a row
through Feb. 27 from 7
- 7:45 p.m. sharp. It will
be preceded by Prayer,
Praise and Pizza at 6:30
p.m., and will be held in
the all purpose room. An
exam will be taken and
certificates awarded to
those who complete the
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,JAMAR OCTAVIOUS
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ofpleadings.
Dated: January 25 2008
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COURT "
By: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
02/02/08 -
02/09/08
02/16/08
02/23/08

Legal # 100269
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 08-CP-53
DIVISION:
IN RE: ESTATE OF,
MARY LILLIAN CON-
STANTINE O'CONNOR,
A/K/A LILLIAN C.
O'CONNOR,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of Mary Lillian
Constantine O'Connor,
a/k/a Lillian C.
O'Connor, deceased,
with the case number in-
dicated above, is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court
for Okaloosa County,
Florida Probate Division,
the address of which is
101 E. James Lee Blvd.
Crestview Florida
32536. The names and
address of the
co-personal representa-
tives and of the
c o p erso n a l
representative's attorneys
are set forth below.
All persons having claims
against this estate who
are served with a copy of
this notice, are required
to file with this court such
claim within the later of
three (3) months after the
date of the first publica-
tion of this notice or thirty
(30) days after the date
of service of a copy of
this notice on such per-
son.
Person having claims
against the estate who
are not known to the pointt
personal- representatives
and whose names or ad-
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bly ascertainable must these documents
file all claims against the upon request.
estate within three (31
months after the date of You must keep the
the first publication of this Clerk of the Circuit
notice. Court's office notified
of your current ad-
Notwithstanding anyth- dress. (You may file
ing in this notice to the Notice of Current
contrary, all claims Address Florida Su-
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
Legal # 100270 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
IN THE CIRCUIT OKALOOSA
COURT OF THE FIRST COUNTY FLORIDA
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN CASE NO.
AND FOR 08-DR-528-S
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA COLIN HAAG, JR.,
CASE NO.: PETITIONER
08-DR-440-C DIVI- AND CHOMPHUNUT
SION TK HAAG,
JILLIAN RITA CRONK Respondent.
Petitioner NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
and OF MARRIAGE
MARK GEORGE CRONK TO: Chomphunut Haag
Respondent. Respondent's Last Known
Address: 157-B Ivystone
NOTICE OF ACTION Dr. Myrtle Beach,' SC
FOR DISSOLUTION 29588
OF MARRIAGE
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
To: Mark George Crcnk an action has been filed
Last known address: 101 against you and that you
Johnson Ct. Crestview Fl. are required to serve a
32539 copy of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on on
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Colin Haag, Jr., whose
an action has been filed address is 8562
against you and you are Echoridge Ct. Jackson-
required to serve a copy ville, Fl. 32244 on or
of your written defenses, before; March 14, 2008,
if any, to it on Jillian Rita and file the original with
Cronk whose address is the clerk of this Court at
6168 Sundew St. Crest- Okaloosa County Court-
view Fl. 32539 on or be- house Annex, Shalimar,
fore March 7, 2008, and Fl. 32579, before service
file the original with the on Petitioner or immedi-
clerk of this Court at ately thereafter If you fail
Okaloosa County Court- to do so, a default may
house 101 E. James Lee be entered against you
Blvd. Crestview, Fl. for the relief demanded
32536, before service in the petition.
on Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you Copies of all court docu-
ail to do so, a de- ments in this case, includ-
fault may be entered ing orders, are available
against you for the at the Clerk of Circuit
relief demanded in Court's office. You may
the petition, review these documents
Copies of all court upon request:
documents in this You must keep the Clerk
case, including of the Circuit Court's of-
orders, are available fice notified of your cur-
at the Clerk of the rent address. (You, may
Circuit Court's office. file Notice of Current Ad-
You may review dress, Florida Family Law
Form 12.915.) Future
papers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
p office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285 Florida Family
f Law of Procedure, re-
quires certain automatic
disclosure of documents
Sand information. Failure
to comply can result in
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Randy Batson's pleadings
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NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
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for petitioning for a hear- NOTICE OF SHALL END ANY PA-
ing are set forth below. FORECLOSURE SALE RENTAL RIGHTS YOU
MAY HAVE REGARDING
A person whose substan- NOTICE IS HEREBY THE MINOR CHILD.
tial interests are affected GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
by the Department's pro- nal Jud ement of Foreclo- Dated: January 28,
posed permitting deci- sure dated December 11, 2008
sion may petition for an 2007, and entered in
administrative proceed- Case No. 07-CA-3306, Don W. Howard
ing (hearing) under Sec- of the Circuit Court of the Clerk of Court
tions 120.569 and First Judicial Circuit in By: Tiffany Gardner
120.57, Florida Statutes. and for Okaloosa Deputy Clerk
The petition must contain County, Florida, wherein
the information set forth SUNTRUST MORTGAGE 02/02/08
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30 DAYS AFTER THE ment at 3900 Common- SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI-
DATE OF SERVICE OF wealth Boulevard, Mail SEES, RANTEES, AS-
A COPY OF THIS NO- Station 35, Tallahassee, SIGNEES LIENORS
TICE ON THEM. Florida 32399-3000. CREDITORS, TRUSTEES
AND ALL OTHER PAR-
All other creditors of the Under Rule TIES CLAIMING AN IN-
decedent and persons 62-110.106(4), Florida TEREST BY, THROUGH
having claims or Administrative Code, a UNDER OR AGAINSf
demands against the person may request en- DAVID L. SIMPSON;
decedent's estate must largement of the time for GULF TERRACE CON-
file their claims with this filing a petition for an ad- DOMINIUM ASSOCIA-
court WITHIN 3 ministrative hearing. The TION, INC. are the De-
MONTHS AFTER THE request must be filed fendants. I will sell to the
DATE OF THE FIRST (received by the clerk) in highest and best bidder
PUBLICATION OF the Office of General for cash at the Shalimar
THIS NOTICE. Counsel before the end Courthouse Annex, front
of the time period for fil- door, 1250 Eglin Park-
ALL CLAIMS NOT ing d petition for an ad- way, FI 32579, at 11:00
FILED WITHIN THE ministrative hearing. AM on February 18,
TIME PERIODS SET 2008, the following de-
FORTH IN SECTION Petitions filed by any per- scribed property as set
733.702 OF THE sons other than those enti- forth in said Final Judge-
FLORIDA PROBATE tled to written notice un- ment, to wit:
CODE WILL BE der Section 120.60(3),
FOREVER BARRED. Florida Statutes, how- A CONDOMINIUM PAR-
ever, any person who CEL KNOWN' AS
NOTWITHSTANDING asked the Department for APARTMENT 120, OF
THE TIME PERIODS notice of agency action GULF TERRACE CON-
SET FORTH ABOVE, may file a petition within DOMINIUM, A
ANY CLAIM FILED fourteen days of receipt CONDOMINIUM AC-
TWO (2)} YEARS OR of such notice, regardless CORDING TO TIE DEC-
MORE AFTER THE of the date of publica- LARATION OF CONDO-
DECEDENT'S DATE OF tion. MINIUM THEREOF RE-
DEATH IS BARRED. CORDED IN OFFICIAL
The petitioner shall mail a RECORDS BOOK 694,
The date of this first copy of the petition to the PAGES 657-710 AND
publication of this Notice applicant at the address PURSUANT TO SURVEY,
is February 9, 2008 indicated above at the PLAT PLAN GRAPHIC
time of filing. The failure DESCRIPTION OF IM-
Attorney for Personal of any person to file a pe- PROVEMENTS RE-
Representative: tition or request for en- CORDED IN CONDO-
James C. Campbell, Es- largement of time within MINIUM BOOK 1, AT
quire fourteen days of receipt PAGES 6-7 ALL OF THE
Florida Bar No. 708283 of notice shall constitute a PUBLIC RECORDS OF
# 4 11th Avenue, Suite 2 waiver of that person's OKALOOSA COUNTY,
Shalimar Florida 32579 right to request and ad- FLORIDA.
(850) 651-9313 ministrative determination
(hearing) under Sections Any person claiming an
PersonalRepresentative:: 120.569 and 120.57, interest in the surplus
James Meier Florida Statutes. Any sub- form the sale, if any,
sequent intervention (in a other than the property
02/09/08 proceeding initiated by owner as of the date of
'02/16/08 another party) will be the lis pendens must file a
only at the discretion of claim within 60 days
Legal # 100277 the presiding officer upon after the sale.
the filing of a motion in
NOTICE OF AUCTION compliance with the Rule DON W. HOWARD
28-106.205 Florida Ad- As Clerk of the Court
In accordance with Flor- ministrative Code. By: Viki Jackson
ida Statutes, Advance As Deputy Clerk
Storage, Inc located at A petition that disputes '
5180 S. Ferdon Blvd. the material facts on Dated this 24th day of
Crestview, FL, will offer which the Department's January, 2008.
for sale to the highest action is based must con-
bidder the household and tain the following infor- IMPORTANT
other goods stored in the mation: In accordance with the
below listed units. Said Americans with
goods are to be sold to (a) The name, address Disabilities Act, persons
recover the rents not paid and telephone number of needing a reasonable
by the tenants. each petitioner; the accommodation to
name, address and tele- participate in this
Advance Storage I phone number of the proceeding should, no'
S. p et i t i o n e r s later than seven 71 days
John Mizak representative,if any; the prior, contact the Clerk of
unit C29 Department permit identi- the Court's disability
fiction number and the coordinator at (850)
Melissa Gates county in which the sub- 651-7497, 1250 N
unit F4 ect matter or activity is EGLIN PKWY SUITE
located; A114 SHALIMAR FL,
Zelma Blocton (b) A statement of how 32579. If hearing
unit C11 each petitioner's received Impaired, contact (TDD)
notice of the Department (800) 956-8771 via
Advanced Storage II action; Florida Relay System.
.i (c) A statement of how
Jessica Beulieu each petitioner's substan- 02/02/08
unit M63 tial interests are affected 02/09/08
by the Department ac-
Jason Turnage tion; Legal # 100626
unit J1 (d) A statement of all dis-
p uted issues of material IN THE CIRCUIT
Devyn Donahue tact. If there are none, COURT FOR THE
unit M38 the petition must so indi. FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
cate CUIT IN AND FOR
Jeffrey Carter ce) A statement of facts OKALOOSA
unit M60 that the petitioner con- COUNTY. FLORIDA
tends warrant reversal or CIVIL ACTION CASE
The sale shall take place modification of the De- NO. 08-DR-244
on February 16, 2008 at apartment action;
9:00-10.00 a.m. at Ad- )f) A concise statement of In The Matter Of The,
vance Storage. the ultimate facts alleged Adoption Of:
as well as the rule and A Minor Child.
02/09/08 statute d which entitle the
02/13/08 etitioner to relief; and NOTICE OF ACTION
f) A statement of the re- NOTICE OF JOINT PE-
Legal # 10 f sought by the peti- TITION FOR ADOP-
Legal# 100279 etioner, stating precisely. TION BY STEPPAR-
STATE OF FLORI.A the action that the ENT AND NOTICE OF
STATE OF FLORIDA petitioner wants the De- HEARING
DEPARTMENT OF EN- p krment to take.
VIRONMENTAL PRO- apartment to take. To: Cuong Van Nguyen
TECTION- NOTICE OF Because the administra- (Descriotion: age 28
INTENTpTO ISSUE tive hearing process is race- Asian; hair color-
PERMIT PERMIT FILE designed to formulate fi- black; eye color- brown;
NO.:0080128-002 nal agency action, the fil- approximate height-
The Deartment of Envi- ing f a petition means 5'6". approximate
eepr . that the Department's fi- weight- 150)
ronmenmal Protection nal action may be differ-
gives notice of its intent entfrom the position You are notified that a
to issue a permit to Milli taken by itfin this notice. Joint Petition For Adop-
gan Water System, Inc. Persons whose substantial tion By Stepparent has
to construct a new 600 interest will be affected been filed against you
gaon per minute e public by such final decision of seeking 'termination o
water supply well, a gas the Department have the any parental rights and
chlorina, ion disinfectiaon right to petition to be- obligations you may
system, a d 00000 al- come a party to the pro- have, or claim, concern-
I on elevated potan d ceeding, in accordance ing a male child born on
water storage tank andwith the requirements set September 14, 2000 in
approximately 15, 0 forth above. Mobile Alabama. You
linear feet of 10-, 8-, and are required to serve a
6 inch PVC distribution Mediation under Section copy o your written de-
pipe, including valves, 120.573, Florida Stat- senses, to it; if any, on
hydrants, and appurte- utes, is not available for the Petitioner's attorney,
dances. The propose this proceeding. whose name and address
public water supply well I are ROBISON R.
and elevated storage 02/09/08 HARRELL, ADOPTION
tank is to be located on CENTER. 3 Clifford Drive
the west side of Griffith Shalimar, Florida 32579,
Cemetery Road, 027 mi- and file the original with
les north of Buck Ward the Clerk of Court,
Road intersection. The Legal # 100625 Okaloosa County Court-
distribution system pipe ...... house, 101 James Lee
work will be constructed IN THECIRCUIT Boulevard, Crestview,
in various locations COURT OF THE FIRST Florida 32536, on or be-
within the Milligan Water JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF fore March 3 2008. If
System's franchise area, FLORIDA IN AND you fail to do so, a de-
an Okaloosa County, -FOR OKALOOSA fault judgement will be
Florida. COUNTY CASE NO. taken against you for the
07-CA-3306 relief demanded in the
The intent to issue and petition. There will be a
application file are avail- SUNTRUST MORTGAGE, hearing on said petition
able for public inspection INC. on the 24th day of
during normal business Plaintiff, March 2008 at 1:30
hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Central Time) be-
p.m., Monday through vs. fore Judge Terrance R.
Friday, except egal honli- Ketchel at the Okaloosa
days, at the Florida De- DAVID L. SIMPSON IF County Courthouse, 101
apartment of Environmen- LIVING. AND IF DEAD, James Lee Boulevard,
tal Protection, 160 Gov- THE UNKNOWN Crestview Florida
ernmental Center, Pensa- SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI- 32536. The court has set
cola, Florida, SEES, GRANTEES AS- aside five (5) minutes for
32502-5794. SIGNEES LIENORS this hearing
CREDITORS, \ TRUSTEES
The Department will issue AND ALL OTHER PAR- UNDER SECTION
the permit with the at- TIES CLAIMING AN IN- 63.089, FLORIDA STAT-
tached conditions unless TEREST BY, THROUGH. UTES FAILURE TO FILE A
a timely petition for ad- UNDER OR AGAINST WRITTEN RESPONSE TO
ministrative hearing is DAVID L. SIMPSON; THIS NOTICE WITH THE
filed under Secifions GULF TERRACE CON- COURT OR TO APPEAR
120.569 and 120.57, DOMINIUM ASSOCIA- AT THENS HEARING
Florida Statues, within TION, INC;, C O N ST I T U T E S
fourteen days of receipt Defendants, GROUNDS UPON


Legal # 100627
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT FOR THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACfION CASE
NO. 08-DR-313
In The Matter Of The
Adoption Of:
A Minor Child
NOTICE OF ACTION,
NOTICE OF PETITION
FOR ADOPTION BY
GRANDPARENTS
AND NOTICE OF
HEARING
To: Angela Denise
Hill(Description: age 33;
race Caucasian; hair
color brown; eye color -
brown; height- 5"6';
weight 125)
You are. notified that a
Petition For Adoption By
Grandparents has been
filed against you, seeking
termination oat any paren-
tal rights and obligations
you may have, or claim,
concerning a female
child born on July 25,
2002 in Memphis, Ten-
nessee. You are required
to serve a copy of your
written defenses to it, if
ay, on the Petitioners' at-
torney, whose name and
address are: ROBISON
R. HARRELL, ADOPTION
CENTER, 3 Clifford
Drive Shalimar, Florida
32579 and file the origi-
nal with the Clerk of
Court Okaloosa County
Courthouse, 101 James
Lee Boulevard Crest-
view, Florida 32536, on
or before March 2008
at 1:35 p.m. (Central
Time) before Judge Ter-
rance R. Ketchel at the
Okaloosa County Court-
house, 101 James Lee
Boulevard, Crestview,
Florida 32536. The court
has set aside five (5) min-
utes for this hearing.
UNDER SECTION
63.089, FLORIDA STAT-
UTES FAILURE TO FILE A
WRITTEN RESPONSE TO
THIS NOTICE WITH THE
COURT OR TO APPEAR
AT THIS HEARING CON-
STITUTES GROUNDS
UPON WHICH THE
COURT SHALL END ANY
PARENTAL RIGHTS YOU
MAY HAVE REGARDING
THE MINOR CHILD.
Dated: January 28,
2008
DON W. HOWARD
Clerk of Court
By: Tiffany Gardner
Deputy Clerk
02/02/08
02/09/08
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I Givens Rd, Crestview, FL.
,l Phone 850-682-6811.
ibs Aero/Aviation/Defense

Aircraft Refueler
experienced in the gen-
erdl aviation field. Apply
l in person Sunshine Aero,
"5545 John Givens Rd.,
Crestview, FL, Bob Sikes
Airport. :682-6811


Driver
Route Driver, PT
Crestview News
Bulletin
To deliver the News Bul-
letin to area stores.
Job duties include but
not limited to:
+ Pick up papers from
our warehouse,
+ Following an estab-
lished route,
+ Deliver papers to local
stores
" Complete paperwork,
" Collect money as
needed
+ Take papers to post
office,
+ Lidht maintenance.


rivers
BYNUM
TRANSPORT
needs qualified drivers
for Central Florida- Local
& National OTR posi-
tions. Food grade tanker,
no hazmat, no pumps,
great benefits, competi-
tive pay & new equip
ment. (866|GO-BYNUM.
Need 2 years experi-
ence.

Education
Now accepting applica-
tions for employment at
Learning Tree Day
School, Inc., 201 Valley
Road. Must be at least
18 years of age. Apply
in person only.


Administrative Job Requirements:
: Clean driving record Education/Training
Looking for a Part-time r|oll Tflr7A i Fl. Drivers License
Receptionist/Circulation HEW 0 Proof of insurance Childcare
Assistant to work 9:00am 0 Be able to lift 50 Ibs. Teacher, PT
to 1:00pm in a fun but Computer Services Drive a delivery van Patient & lving eron.
demanding environment. Be available on Wed. x referred Flexible
Must have good Cus- Field Service morning 2 am to 10 am A p P M hrs req.
tamer Service skills, able J i e & Sat. morning 2am to c-1 i
to type at least 40 words Computer Tech 10 am 682-7319.
per minute. Answer multi Part- time Field Service 0 Must be able to pass CO1OK0071
line phone system. And Computer Contractor (IRS background and drug
other office duties. Apply 1099) needed for W FL screening.
at Crestview News Bule- & S AL area. Medical En- Insurance
tin at 295 W. James Lee vironment, A + cert pre- Apply: Crestview News A TERRIFIC
Blvd. Crestview. ferred. Email Bulletin, 295 James Lee OPPORTUNITY
682-6524 RF@TALSTAR.COM Blvd 10 am 4 pm
Liberty National Life
Insurance Company
N OP T I, AR C E$100,000+ Earning Po-
tential, Benefits, Pension,
401K, BCBS Insurance
Call 1-800-257-5500


Are you interested in working for an
.established customer care company with
great benefits, a positive work environment
and opportunities for advancement?
If the answer is yes, NEW could be the
place for you.
We are currently hidrig Customer Care Representatives. If you
have a knack for customer service, strong communication
skills and can operate a computer, we want to talk to you,


Apply in person or
over the web:
5660 John Givens Road, Crestview
840-423-7200
Do ven, ysuts. www.NEWcorp.com/jobs

NEW Customer Service Companies is an equal opportunity employer.


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Bent Creek Aparlments has im-
mediate opening for mainte-
nonce person. 0 hrs. week
L ,.-:f, Experience in
plumb,,,: '"', painting, electri-
cal,. a carpentry needed.
Drug free work place, valid dr.
license & transportation re-
quired. Some travel required
Iquai Opportunin Employer.'
209 Bent Creek Road, Crest-
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S Office Space
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common area & janitorial
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I i L Holt 3+ acres fenced
BUSINESS & FINANCIAL w/ 2400 sq. ft. office
and warehouse on 1-10
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Opportunities month 850-477-0044
5110 Money to Lend 850-232-9490

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A Cash CowlI 30 Vend-
ing Machines/ You Ap. Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba,
Frovev Each Location En- $600/mo + $600 dep.
fire Business $10,970 No petsl Avail now 850
Hurryl 800)836.3464 398:5757 or 420-1516
#BO 428. Crestview- 2br, 1ba,
Airlines Are Hiring- quiet gated no pets
Train for high paying Avi- $600mo/$550dep, 12
action Maintenance Ca- mo lease req. 585-1574
reer. FAA approved pro-
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assistance. Calf Aviation weekly, Furnished
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(888)349-5387. $500 4 weeks.
Call 6824466



Crestview- 2br, 2ba,
leg, no pets no smok-
ing, close to Walker Ele-
mentary. $700/mo +
$725dd. Call 240-0890


610
2 and 3 bedrooms for
rent. Call 830-2061 or
682-4070
3br, 2ba w/gar,
screened room, 6-8 per-
son built in hot tub,
fenced backyard, Roof,
heat, air 1& septic less
tharc 5 yrs old. $1 15K.
3br, 2ba, 1800sf, pri-




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Crestview
4 bd. 2.5 ba. brick
home Steeplechase Sub.
near 1-10 2 car garage,
1930 S.F. Brazilian hard-
wood floor,. tile,carpet,
walk in closets, master
ba. whirlpool w/ sepa-
rate shower. Stainless
steel appliances, W/D,
fireplace, large yard w/
privacy fence, above
ground pool. Outside
pets OK, great
neighborhood,close
tos opping medical cen-
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1863sf., 2 story. Fenced
yd, $1100mo+dd. Call
Robin 850496-8719
Crestview beautiful
brick 3br 2ba incl.
W/D, $50 +' dep.
Lease purchase option.
Call 699-3833
Crestview, 3 br, 1 ba,
1400sf large yard, quiet
area. $700/mo + $700
dd. Call 865-0184
Crestview, 3br 2ba,
1600sf, $875mo.+$875
dep. Newer tile/carpet.
New kitchen. Small pets
negotiable. 902-1299


NEW rIITM
Crestview: 5 b, 3 ba,
2800sf, all brick. Avail.
3/1. $1,250 + DD. Rick
Epperson Broker/Owner
850-865-7777
www.northwestflaohomes.conm
Crestview:
S3 br, 2 ba $800+ dd,
* 3 br 1 ba $700+ dd.
Owner 850-865-7777


NEW T00V
Crestview: S, 1-10 3BR
2BA, 2CG, $995mo.+
dep. Flex lease for
military 850-5029340


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2 br house, corner lot,
in Crestview New win-
dows, carpet, vinyl,
paint. 897 E Walnut
$3500 down $555 mo
537-9798

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Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
1 5590 Buck Ward Rd
875 3 br 2 ba 2 cg
*2117xHagoodfLoop
$1350, 4 br,3 ba, 2cg
No pets
* 428 Riverchase
$1300, 3 b a, 2. cg
No petsA Nw
* 391 Riverchase .
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
No pets
* 2647 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$1800, 3br, 21/2ba, 2cg
All Properties require a
credit check, 1 yr lease,
no inside smoking. Pet
fees are non- refund-able.
Call Debra Frost
682-6156


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16x80 M.H. 3br./ 2ba
w/ W/D hook up,
CH&A, private lot, $695
per mo., $500 dep.
682-1266
3br, 2 ba,1200sq ft.,
2001 Clayton Mobile
Home $675mo/$550
dep. Available Now.
305-2320
Crestview 2 br, 1 ba
$475. 3 br, 1 ban $575.
No pets. 8624595 or

Crestview- 2 br, 1 ba.
537 Long Drive #3.
$450/mo+ dep. No pets
Avail now. 398-6600








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Entrepeneurs, & I 1o I
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eludes a custom wood- home New floor, carpet, e on
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our fishing equipment, a Completely remodeled.3 3
two car atached garage BR 2 BA, 3/4 central Tf
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ank f foreclosure p.001 New 5" Sky Jacker with
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4731. w/ deep dockable
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own House, vaulted ceil- Boat directly to Gulf of Dead 2000 Yamaha
ing, fireplace, 2 br, 2ba, Mexicol Must seel Excel- GP800 waverunner (or
1 car, screened Lania, lent financing. Call about comparable year) to rob
25 Kin upgrades. "No Closing Costs" spe- or buy parts off. Please
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850-689-4599 (800)564-5092 x 990. message if no answer.


Tim Nelson 1 8330
fi perviously with Lee Chrysler 4 horse straight load with
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Looking forward to seeing old 8000. 537-3053.
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changed regularlyNew.
wiper blades. Great
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Coastal Georgia Prop- bedliner 2WD, 59K.-
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Front Lot Only $89,5001 SOLD!!
Spectacular Oak Trees, Cher 19
No Pinesl Minutes to St. Chevy /2 Ton
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Leo Cabin only Ford F-250 Power
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Own the dream! New 5th wheel trailer hitch
2,128 sf log cabin pack- 81,000 miles.' Retail
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10,000 acre recrea- $24,700. 537-8160
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Massey Head
S REDUCED Nice, Clean,
3 large lots with utilities Nearly New
39,000 in Century 21
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Steaway Chevy Silverado 2007
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Cruise, Deluxe Cloth
Virginia Mountains 5 Seats, AM / FM 16583
Acres riverfront on Big miles. Asking $12,000.
Reed Island Creek near 850-259-4984
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2008 SPORTS


Closing in on Daytona

Eight more days until the big race at Daytona International Speedway


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The Sprint Cup Series
season will start tonight,
but it will only feature the
fastest of the fastest.
It is time for the annual
Budweiser Shootout from
Daytona International
Speedway as 23 Sprint
Cup Series drivers will
take the first green flag
since the checker flag
ended the 2007 season
at Miami-Homestead
Speedway in November.
For most of the 23
drivers running tonight
it will be their first
competition in nearly
three months.
"It's a fun race to be
in," said Dale Earnhardt,
Jr., who won the 2003
Budweiser Shootout.
"Most drivers can't wait
to see some action from
the off-season."
Earnhardt will be
debuting his new colors
'and number after
departing Dale Earnhardt,
Inc., and joining forces
with Rick Hendrick
Motorsports.
In this particular
All-Star event it is the
driver who qualifies
not the car or team so
Hendrick Motorsports
will get to debut the No.
88 Mountain Dew AMP/
National Guard Chevy.
A very large crowd
is expected as this race'
along with the ARCA
200 set to run at 3 p.m.
local time will serve as
a warm up for fans and.
competitors for next week
and the 50th running of
the Daytona 500.'
Only last season's pole
winners and the former
Bud Shootout winners
who finished in the top
50 in Sprint Cup standing
will get to participate,
.which broadens the
importance of the season
with such exclusivity.
Ironically most teams
will bring a special car
for -this event as' they
will be preparing for
their first fulltime season
with NASCAR's new car,
the Car of Tomorrow,
which is part of the now-
generation of racing.


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NASCAR's Dale Jarrett ,


This will also mark
the first new-car event at
Daytona and will allow
the 23 drivers and teams
participating a chance
to research some race
conditions under the
lights.
The Shootout, which
originated back in 1979,
has seen 17 different
winners take the
checkered flag.
Tony Stewart, who will
be debuting his Home
Depot Toyota tonight, is
the defending champion,
while Buddy Baker won
the first ever shootout.
The record for shootout
victories belongs to the
late Dale Earnhardt with
six, while Dale Jarrett
and Stewart are tied for
second all-time with three
wins each at this event.
Jarrett will be retiring
after the fifth points.
event of the season at
Martinsville, as this will


mark his last Budweiser
Shootout.
NASCAR veteran Mark
Martin will be competing
in his 20th consecutive
shootout tonight and his
21st overall.
"I think I may have
been in all 30 of them, or
at least it feels that way
sometimes,' said Martin,
who crossed the finish
line first back in 1999 and
will be driving for Dale
Earnhardt, Inc., tonight.
* Joining the veterans
will be first time qualifiers
Clint Bowyer, Reed
Sorenson, Martin Truex,
Jr., and J.J. Yeley.
The format the drivers
will be participating in is
a 20 lap segment followed
by a 10 minute "pit-stop",
which is when crews may
make normal adjustments
to their cars.
Then after the pit stop
there will be a 50-lap
shootout for the win.


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Above: Righbourg's Antryum
Coleman looks for an open body
in the county tournament against
Pryor on Thursday night.
Right: Roadrunner Kameron Miller
shoots a 3-pointer during the
county game. Richbourg lost the
game 39-31.


LOSS continued from 10


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Fountain 4, Lauren
Griffith 2, Sam Gronberg
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Chestnut 2, Dani Mayhair
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Forward 18, Dickens 3,
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Crestview News BUIletin







CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN





SPORTS...


.. SATURDAY,RFEBRUARY 9, 2008


Cottondale eliminates Baker from FHSAA tournament

The Baker girls' basketball team loses its footing against the Hornets in regionals


Schedule
Wrestling
Class 2A Region 1
Tournament at Fleming
Island, Jacksonville today at
10 a.m.

Class2AStateToumament
at Lakeland.
Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, TBA.
Baseball

Chipley at Crestview,
Tuesday at 3 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)

Navarre at Crestview,
Thursday at 3 p.m. (9th) and
6 p.m. (V)

Escambia at Crestview,
Friday at 3 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)

Rocky Bayou 'at Baker,
Thursday at 4 p.m. (JV) and
6p.m. (V)

Central at Baker, Friday at
4 p.m. (JV)

Laurel Hill at Poplar
Springs, Thursday at 3:30
p.m. (V)

Softball

Pine Forest at Crestivew,
Tuesday at 4 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)

Crestview at Fort Walton
Beach, Friday at 4 p.m. (JV)
and 6 p.m. (V)

Baker at Bozeman,
Tuesday at 6 p.m. (V)

Baker at Northview,
Thursday at 6 p.m. (V)

Bozeman at Baker, Friday
at 6 p.m. (V)


Free Tennis Clinic
Daug Barthel and Jay
Wallpole from the US Florida
Tennis Association i are
hosting a free clinic on Feb.
9.
The clinic is located at
the new tennis courts at the
Baker Area Community
Center from 2-5 p.m. There
will be instruction, games
and prizes. Ages 6 60+ are
invited.

American Cancer
Walk I/ Run / Ride
The American Cancer
Society will be hosting a
walk, run and ride on March
8. The event will start at the
Cozy Comer Grille on 522
Highway 90, Holt,
Registration starts .at
7 a.m. $10 for'adults, $5 per'
child. First 100 participants'
receive a t-shirt.
For more information
please contact Trina Trimm at
(850) 305-6349 or by e-mail at
trinatrimm@yahoo.com.

Ten Star
basketball camp.
Applications are now
being evaluated for the
Ten Star All Star summer
basketball camp. Admittance
is by invitation only. Boys
and Girls ages 10-19 and 6-18
are eligible to apply.
For a free brochure on
these camps, please contact
(704) 373-0873 or visit the
Web site at tenstarcamp.com.


Crestview Little
League
Crestview Little League
is holding registration for
the 2008 Spring Season now
through 15 Feb.
Boys baseball and Girls
softball programs are
available. Ages range from 5
to 18. Cost is only $50 for the
first child.
You can also
register online at www..
crestviewlittleleague.com


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

It all happened too
soon for the Lady Gators.
Baker fell short
of getting to the
next round in the.
1-2A regional tournament
falling on Thursday


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

It's been another
successful year for the
Laurel Hill boys' basketball
team.
The Hoboes (18-6
entering their game Friday
against Gainer) were trying
to move into a top-two
position in the District 1-1A
tournament.
Head coach Ronnie.
Smith explained the team's
load in the last couple
weeks.
"We've been working on
the press and how to really
polish our trapping," Smith
said.
"We just have to take
care of the ball and we'll be
good."
The Hoboes coasted
through their game against
now 1-18 Escambia Charter
on Tuesday, 79-35.
The game was in the
district quarterfinals.
"I told those boys to keep
it sharp," Smith said.
"They (Escambia) were
on a totally different level
then us. It was hard to keep
intensity."
Laurel Hill's Jeffrey
Reese and Zack Sledge
both put up double digits
during the EC game.
Reese planned on to


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview High
School's Matt Sanders
had been waiting exactly,
248 days since his verbal
commitment in June.
The former lineman
penned his signature on
Wednesday to play football
for Clemson University
this fall.
Earning a scholarship
to an ACC program was
a difficult undertaking for
Sanders.
"The process was pretty
rough at times," Sanders
said.
"Attending camps and
being noticed is a lot harder
than you think. If you don't
have the talent then that's
it. Forget about playing."
Along with talent
Sanders' 4.4 GPA and 28 on
the ACT helped his success
in signing with the Tigers.
"My grades helped a lot,
and it isn't something you
can look over," Sanders
said.
"Some guys don't
qualify because of their
grades, but since. I was set
then' they could simply
look at the game. It made
things easier."
CHS football coach Matt
Brunson also discussed
Sanders' football career.
"The school is getting
a fine student athlete,"


against Cottondale, 59-33.
The Gators (14-9),
already had lightning
strike once when they lost
against Ponce de Leon
41-34.
It struck yet again but
in a different way.
"They hit a lot of
threes," coach Kathy


Combest said.
"They were very
athletic and they played
excellent."
Chelsea Combest led
her Gators with 12 points.
Dani Mayhair scored
seven points for Baker.
Cottondale's Forward
led all scorers with 18'


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Willis Sherwood goes up for a shot during Laurel
Hill's game against Escambia Charter on Tuesday.
bring that momentum over of our other battles," Reese
to Gainer. said. 4
"Gainer is so much more "It's going to come down
different than EC and a lot to defense. If we play good


Brunson said.
"He's an inspiration to
other students that when
you take care of business,
good things will come.
He's. going to be a good
offensive lineman."
The 6-foot-4 lineman,
wearing the number 54,
helped the Bulldogs with
two playoff appearances.
"The school, the
coaches, my 'friends and
teammates have all helped
me so much to get to this,"
Sanders said.
"They have supported
me, they've talked to
recruiting coaches and I
want to thank them for
that."
He travels to Clemson
this summer to practice


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin


Above: Bulldog Matt
Sanders signs his
football career over to
Clemson University on
Wednesday.
Right: Sanders is
congratulated by his
overwhelming support in
Crestview's media center.
More than 60 people
attended the event on
Wednesday.

with the team.
"They want me to
work on my speed and
snapping," Sanders said.
"I have to learn different
schemes that I'm not used
to. It's going to be a change,


but I think playing in this
area has prepared me for
it."
The Tigers finished
their season 9-4, losing to
Auburn in the Chick-fil-A
Bowl in December.


points.
"They played like
we've never seen them,"
Combest said.
"The game was never
close. They hit all there
.shots and we didn't. It's
the best I've seen them

See LOSS 9


defense then it's going to be
a very good game. Gainer
is the type of team if you
don't get them. right off the
bat, you're in trouble."
Laurel Hill met Gainer
two times already this year.
The team lost its first
game against the Hornets,
54-53 on Dec. 18.
The Hoboes redeemed
themselves in overtime
84-77 on Jan. 15.
"Gainer is the third seed
and we need to push past
them," Kent Zessin said.
"We're looking forward
to it."
The Hoboes have found
their way to the, top two
spots in the district for the
last three years.
They, fell short in the
second round in regionals,
last year to John Paul High,
72-63.
In 2006 Laurel Hill lost to
Lake Mary Prep in overtime
during the state semifinal
round, 75-70.
Opponent Gainer won
its recent matchup against
Rocky Bayou 54-41 on
Tuesday.
Look for the Hoboes
to defend another district
title today at Laurel
Hill if they beat Gainer.
Check crestviewbulletin.
corn for results of Friday's
game.


HOBOES MOVE UP THE LADDER

The Laurel Hill boys' basketball team makes headway to the district finals


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Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor .- i >- i i. -
Robert Young at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at roberty@crestviewbulletin.com ,avi t ,, ..a. a;,;,....,,;,i... ".L


Choctawhatchee 67,
Crestview 47:
The season went by too
quick for Crestviei head
coach Brian Humphrey.
The Bulldogts lack
of height and defense
was their weakness to a
pumped Choctaw team.
Thomas Darden scored
a game-lugh 21 points and
the ndiani pulled away
late in the District 1-5A
quarterfinals.
Nathan Carrizales
added 11 and DeVonte
Law-on contributed 10 for
Choctaw Cor \Venrich
and Matt Sanders each had
10 points tor Cresth'iew.

Crestview 9 15,17 6 47
Choctaw 23 8 162067

CRESTVIEW 47)
Keyshawn Thomas
3 Amond Robinson 8,
Cory Wennch 10 Chrins
Pickett 6, Cortez Whatley
2, Jamar Boyers 3, Colby
Wilson 1, Cody Hancock
4, Matt Sanders 10. Totals
12 4 11-23 4-

CHOCTAW (67)
Thomas Darden
.21, Nathan Carrizales
11, Tommy Brassell 9,
DeVonte Lawson 10, Trent
Williams 2. Curtis Sims 5,
Blake White 1, Steve Kraus
9. Totals 21 4 15-25


Baker 51, Vernon 44:
Stephen Shelley had a
double-double to help his
Gators to a District 1-2A
victory o er the YeUow
Jackets..
Shelle% had 13 points
and 11 rebounds for
Bake, while Chad Donlev
contributed a game-high
17 points

The Gators (14-11)
played Freeport on Friday
in the seurinjial


Vernon 712.16 9 44
Baker 1515111051

VERNON (44)
Andirews 12, Martin
7, Petelion 3, olhnson 7,
%\Vo.rk_. Ro \lhac 7. Totals
151 11-1744.

BAKER (51)
losh Rose 3, Chiad
Donlev 17. Chad Lawhon
8. Cameron Dav'i. 6.
Stephen SheUev 13, Jarrod
Batson 4. Totals 17 2 11-18
51.

Laurel Hill 79,
Escambia Charter 35:
Laurel Hill had
four players in double
figures as it coasted to a
quarterfinal win in the
Di..tict 1-A tournament.
letfrev Reese led all
scorers with 26 points
for the Hoboes, while
Zack Sledge had 14, Seth
Strickland scored 11 and
Richard Dr..on added 10.
Hobo coach Ronmue
Snuthl expressed his view
on third seed Gainer as
being a quick team to
play on Friday, needing
to v.'ork on breaking the
press if thev' wanted to
win.
The Hoboes (17-7j
played Gainer in the
eminflnals on Fnday.

EC 12 711535
LH 23 23 19 14 79

EC (35)
rhlulps: 14, Johnson
5, Bntion 2, Punfoy 10,
Hard, 4. Totals 12 2 5-10


L H(79)
lettlrey Reese 26,
Richard Dixon 10, Zack
Sledge 14 Will Sherwood
6, Jace Snmith 2, Akeem
Di\o'n 4. Ethan lackson 6.
Seih Striclland 11. Totals
297-, 9


Sanders pens his future over to the Tigers

Crestview's Matt Sanders accepts scholarship to play football for Clemson University


I


NEWS &

NOTES


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