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Peers of Laci Collinsworth stand outside Laurel Hill School to show their support.



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LAUREL HILL Running
a gauntlet isn't always a good
thing. Unless you're a seventh-
grader heading off to face a
daunting medical challenge and
the gauntlet is a phalanx of well-
wishers.
Ladci Collinsworth, 13, daughter
of Melissa and Gary Collinsworth,
was diagnosed with leukemia at


when the disease surfaced again,
the girl was unable to undergo
further chemo and radiation
treatment.
Consequently, Laci departs
today for Birmingham, where
she will undergo a bone marrow
transplant that will hopefully
conquer the illness, said Laurel
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Laci Collinsworth heading to
Birmingham for a bone marrow
transplant.


Prayers, money needed for


local pastor's heart surgery
Rev. Michael Fowler is an associated minister at West Side Assembly of God


CPD, OCSO


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Holt man faces multiple charges
Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW Cooperative ( .
efforts between the Okaloosa "
Sheriff's Office and Crestview
Police Department resulted in .,
the Monday capture of a Holt ? *
man wanted on multiple felony
and misdemeanor charges.
Lonnie Ray "Bubba" Hutto,
23, was sought after leading a Lonnie Hutto
sheriff's deputy on a late night
high-speed chase Feb. 9.
Hutto was already wanted under felony grand
theft charges for a December theft of two Honda
Power Boss pressure washers from the- Crestview
Ace Hardware store.
Because his accomplice in the Ace theft was 15
years old, Hutto was also wanted on felony charges
of contributing to the delinquency of a minor child.
Shortly after 1 a.m. Monday, Crestview Police
officers were called to the Oakdale Garden Inn due
to a disturbance, a CPD arrest report stated.
"During this time, a white male fled from the scene
on foot," reported Crestview Police Officer Zachary
Faircloth. The subject was identified as Hutto.
"The defendant was spotted several times on
Wilson Street, at which time several officers pursued
him on foot," Faircdoth's report continued.
Hutto was soon arrested without incident when
he ran out from behind the Pensacola Pool and Spa
business at West Oakdale Avenue and Wilson Street.
Hutto was charged with felony fleeing / attempting
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Crestview News Bulletin
CRESTVIEW The Rev. Michael
:Fowler- is sure his faith will
carry him through his upcoming
challenges, especially with the help
and prayers of his supporters.
"My God is able," said Rev.
iFowler, an associated minister
at West Side Assembly of God in
Crestview. "Jesus Christ is able to
do anything you ask of him."
Rev. Fowler is facing open-heart,
quintuple bypass surgery.
He has an appointment with the
NVA on Tuesday "to find out which
:way they want to go with it and
,finally get the procedure done,"
Fowler said.
Most likely the surgery will be


"My God is able. Jesus Christ is able
to do anything you ask of him. "


performed at the University of
Pittsburgh Medical Center. A major
benefit is the facility uses relatively
new technique.
"They don't have to cut you wide
open," Fowler said. "Recovery time
really cut down."
Financial concerns also weigh
heavily on the U.S. Navy veteran's
mind these days.
Though he works "a little bit
down at Customer Care behind the


Rev. Michael Fowler
counter," Fowler said, "It doesn't
pay-much."
Recovery is dramatically reduced
to six tosight weeks from several
months, but it's still time during
which he wvil be unable to work.
He and his'wwife: Carolyn are
seeking assistance from the
community to help make ends meet
during Rev. Fowler's recovery.
The Fowlers can be co6rtacted at
683-1586, or at 225-8248.



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Motorists on State Road 85 this week saw this sign
advertising a future Staples, store in Crestview.

Staples signs lease to

build store in Crestview
Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin
Staples plans to come to Crestview.
Mike Black, a spokesperson for the office supply
retail store chain, confirmed the news Friday.
"The lease has been executed," Black said.
The store would be built at the intersection of
Ferdon Boulevard and Hospital Drive.
Black said he anticipates the store will open in
2009.
Read more on this story at crestviewbulletin.com.


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Local Chinese buffet targeted


in OCSO's illegal worker sting


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

The Okaloosa County
Sheriff's Office reported
early Wednesday that
nine people were arrested
.Tuesday as' the' result of
an investigation into the
employmentofillegalaliens
at three area restaurants.
Two of the restaurants,
'Panda China Buffet and
Los Rancheros, are in Fort
Walton Beach. JB's Chinese
'Buffet at 5206 S. Ferdon
,Blvd. in Crestview was also
targeted and dosed.
"Members of a joint
task force conducted
,business compliance visits
'at three local restaurants
-suspected of hiring illegal
aliens .and not complying
with insurance rules,"
said OCSO spokeswoman
Michele Nicholson in a
release.
Accompanying the


arrests were "stop work
orders" applied to the three
restaurants, effectively
shutting them down while
investigations continue.
No arrests have been
made as yet at JB's Buffet
in Crestview. Nicholson
said the investigation is
ongoing.
The investigation into
the Chinese eatery south
of Interstate 10 currently
involves worker's
compensation issues and
records, Nicholson said.
Sheriff's investigators are
reviewing paperwork from
the restaurant and can press
chargesifevidenceindicates
they are warranted. '
"A stop work order
from the Compliance
Branch means the business
must dose until the agency
conducts a follow-up
investigation of insurance
issues and approves re-
opening," Nicholson


ex ined. "Workers
compensation violations
may be handled as civil
fines, or in certain cases,
prosecuted as fraud."
The joint task force
includes ,: officers and
staff from the Okaloosa
County Sheriff's Office,
Fort Walton Beach Police
Department, the Santa
Rosa County Sheriff's
Office and the Department
of Financial Services
Workers Compensation
Compliance Branch in Fort
Walton Beach.
"All foreign-bom
subjects will be reported
to U.S. Immigration and
Customs Enforcement for
follow-up," Nicholson
said.


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Brian Hughes
Crqstyiew News Bulletin

With council members
\Vanda "Kittie" Adams
and ^Jary .ollinsworth
absent; due to illness,,,
Laure) Hill's City Council'
met T7ors-day evening
\with a ,mirnium quorum.
With an agenda of
several financial matters,
Mlavor James Dunn
yielded his time to City
Manager Tim Bolduc "for
the sake of expediting the
meeting." .:.

Placemn t of
reserve and
restricted funds
The city has $110,000
in reserve in five funds,
Bolduc told the council,
that are in standard bank
checking accounts and
draw "next to nothing" in
interest.
Putting the money into
a certificate of deposit and
money market accounts
"just makes good business
sense," Bolduc said.
The accounts
affected are impact fee,
maintenance, water
revenue, bond debt, and
customer service accounts.
The money "would gain
four times the interest it's
getting now," Bolduc said.
"We're not putting them
in any risk places."
The motion passed
unanimously.

Loan Consolidation
Loans from the
First National Bank
of Crestview for three
different projects should
be consolidated in a lower
interest loan, Bolduc
recommended.
Though it would mean
extending a loan due to
expire in November, by


combining the loans, the
city could get a 10-year
loan at 5.75 percent interest
instead of the current
7.35 percent. Monthly
payments would be about
/"$2,400 as opposed to the
more than $3,000 now
paid.
"It makes sense to
move them all into one
and get a better interest
rate," Bolduc said. "None'
of us want to extend the
one loan, but it's our
responsibility to look at
the larger picture and
try to save the city some
money," Bolduc said. The
city faces a 10 to 20 percent
cut in ad valorem tax
revenue due to the recent
passing of Amendment 1.
Councilwoman Betty
Williamson made a motion
to table'the discussion in
order to allow Bolduc time
to gather from the bank
cost comparisons on the
options. The motion was
approved unanimously.

City Attorney
Following the recent
resignation of city attorney
Lori Bytell, Bolduc began
a search for a new lawyer.
After researching several
firms, he recommended
engaging the Fort Walton
law firm of Toni Craig.
"Miss Craig is really
willing to work with us
on our schedules and
meetings, and her rates
are lower," Bolduc said.
Craig has practiced
for ten years in Okaloosa
County, she has been city
attorney of Fort Walton
and represents the North
Okaloosa Fire District.
Craig assured city
leaders "I'm not going to
bother you with charging
you for copies and faxes
and phone calls. My job is
to serve you as an attorney


and'not worry about how
many copies we make,"
Craig said.
Craig's experience
includes arbitrations,
appeals, federal suits,
codes and other issues,
she said.
Mrs. Williamson
.moved to engage Toni
Craig. The motion passed
unanimously.
"Welcome on board,"
Bolduc told Craig.

Other Matters
At Bolduc's request,
the city will:
Spend $1,700 for
inspection and any repairs
needed of the city water
tower.
Generate a
memorandum of
understanding with
Auburn Water System
to address six customers
presently covered by the
city that are actually in
Auburn's jurisdiction,
assuring the city won't
seek to retain the
customers after Auburn
upgrades its system to
cover their homes.
Deposit $274.44
from a dormant checking
account previously used
by the Laurel Hill Fire
Department and Hobo
Festival to the active
VolunteerFire Department
account.
Denise Robbins of the
Crestview, Area Chamber
of Commerce asked if Old
Red, Laurel Hill's vintage
1940s fire truck, could
take part in the March 8
Triple-B program on Main
Street.
Bolduc offered to bring
the. matter to the fire
chief. "They love to roll
that truck," Bolduc said.
"I don't think it'll be a
problem."


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Sometimes Internet
rumors make the leap
from the PC and walk
right in the front door.
This week an
understandably concerned
reader brought us a
' printout of an e-mail
he'd received claiming
Starbucks refused coffee
to U.S. Marines serving in
Iraq.
The e-mail claims
Starbucks told the Marines
they do not "support the
war, nor anyone in it, and
that they would not send
the troops their brand of
coffee."
Snopes.com, however,
gives the story a big, red
e."
A"" prding to one of
Snope !'webmasters,
Barbara Mji1kelson, the
message originated with
' Sgt. Howard (}.,Wright,
who said he heard the
story from a buddy who
heIrd the story from a
buddy.
When subsequently
contacted, Snopes said,
Sgt. Wright admitted he
had not seen the alleged
Starbucks response,
personally. Further
research gave no evidence
of it at all, prompting Sgt.
Wright, a brave as well as
honest man, to send out a
retraction5,
"I did a wrong that
needs to be cleared up,"
the sergeant wrote to
all who had received
his original message.
"Starbucks supports
the men and women
in uniform. They have
personally contacted me
and I have been sent their
company's policy on this


issue."
Yet the damage was
done. Sgt. Wright's
original April 2004
message shot around the
Internet and continues to
flow into in boxes today.
His September 2004
retraction barely budged.
Starbucks' corporate
donations policy directs
its charitable giving to
non-profit organizations
and programs in the
communities where its
coffeehouses are located.
It does exclude
political and religious
organizations.
Many Starbucks
employees, who receive a
free pound of coffee each
week, have generously
donated their coffee to
troops and their families,
amounting to untold tens
of thousands of pounds of
coffee.,
Starbucks even found a
way of circumnavigating
its own corporate
donations policy so
American troops can
receive coffee directly
from the company.
As explained in a
Starbucks' release, "to
enhance our U.S. partners'
(employees) efforts in
support of U.S. military
troops, Starbucks is
honored to extend our
relationship with the
American Red Cross in
order to provide more
coffee to relief efforts
during times of conflict.
"On multiple occasions,
Starbucks has donated
a total of more than
100,000 lbs of coffee
to the American Red
Cross for distribution to
those troops serving in
Afghanistan, Iraq and
Kuwait."


The same spurious.
e-mail also asserted
Starbucks charged'9 / 11
New York rescue workers
for bottled water. Snopes '
said while true, it was a
Starbucks employee, not
the corporation itself, who
made the sale. The money
was later refunded.
Finally, an assertion
tacked to the end of the
original e-mail claimed,
"Starbucks had stores on
several military bases...
They are now being
removed because of this."
This, likewise, is
bunk% A quick visit
to the archives of the
independent military
newspaper Stars & Stripes
found several recent
articles announcing the
opening of new Starbucks
locations at U.S. bases
around the world, all
championed by service
personnel eager for what
many described as "a taste
of home."
Consequently, our
brave men and women
in uniform and their
supporters can visit
Crestview's new
Starbucks Without guilt,
secure in the knowledge
the coffee purveyor.is
completely innocent of
the claims made in the
e-mail that brought our
concerned reader to our
office.
Whenever you get
an e-mail that gets your
dander up, take a moment
to visit Snopes.com before
hitting the forward button.
It, too, might be false.
Meanwhile, I think I'll
have a quadruple grande
frappolattecino with extra
cocoa and a dollup of
whipped cream. May I
have that decaf, please?


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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2008


Ann O'Connor I Special to the News Bulletin
Lexi Purvines and her new friend, retired educator
Elbert Herrington.


A Valentine for a


special teacher

American Legion delivers loving greetings at Parthenon


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW For
many years American
Legion Post 75 has been
sending goodies to
residents at the Parthenon
Healthcare Center in
Crestview.
"We took Valentine's
cookies up for the entire
nursing home and staff,"
said spokeswoman Ann
O'Connor. "We took 200
bags of cookies up there."
Post member Jim


Griffin's granddaughter
Lexi .Purvines, 11,
enjoyed her time with
the residents. A sixth-
grade honors student at
Davidson Middle School,
she became particularly
enchanted with Mr. Elbert
Herrington. ,: ,
Herrington w'as a2
teacher .and principal
'in the" north county's
educational system. He
entertained Lexi and her
friends from the Legion
with stories of schooling
back in the "olden days."


Randy Beard I Crestview News Bulletin
Laurel Hill students show their support for Laci Collinsworth.


SEND-OFF continued from Al


.Hill School kindergarten
teacher Angela McLaney.
Laurel Hill School, one
of the county's two K-12
schools, is renowned
for being a tightly knit
community. To bid Laci a
proper farewell and wish
her luck, the entire student
population: turned out


Friday morning with
signs and banners of love
andIsupport.
"We've had all the
kids from pre-K on up
come, out," McLaney
said.' "When something
happens like this in our
school, if's just a big
deal."


McLaney was Laci's
second grade teacher. She
taught Laci third grade
when she became home-
bound.
"She's a precious girl,
a straight-A student,
even after being taught
home-bound," McLaney
said.


For the first four to
six weeks, Laci will be
in the hospital for the
transplant. Then she
will have to remain in
the Birmingham area
for daily check-ups for
several more months,
"It's going to be a long
ordeal," McLaney said.


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Jason Mobley I Crestview News Bulletin

Wilkinson, Bender receive

Rotary Paul Harris Fellowship
Chad Wilkinson (inside left) of Pelican Realty and
Scott Bender (inside right) of Gulf Power were hon-
ored with the Paul Harris Fellowship on Wednesday
during the Rotary meeting at Sonny's.



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to elude, leaving the scene of .a crash and driving with
license suspended or revoked for the Feb. 9 incident.
For Monday morning's flight, he was also charged with
misdemeanor resisting an officer without violence.

High-speed chase
On Feb. 9, Deputy David Chamberlain was operating
a speed enforcement patrol on U.S. Highway 90 in
Milligan when a motorist reported the driver in front of
him "might be intoxicated," according to Chamberlain's
report.
The deputy pursued the car, later determined to have
been operated by Hutto, north on Highway 4 toward
Baker. Chamberlain observed "the driver was driving
erratically, applying heavy braking then accelerating in
a careless manner," his report said.
Chamberlain activated his emergency lights, and
Hutto turned onto Olin Merritt Street and then south on
Teshooaw Way "at a high rate of speed."
When the road ended in a narrow path, "the suspect
continued down this path too wide for vehicle traffic,"
the deputy reported.
"I stopped and observed the vehicle squeeze between
a pence post and a utility pole," Chamberlain said.
The 2006 Chevrolet Impala was extensively damaged,
according to the report.
Unable to follow, the deputy reversed and patrolled
the area. On Garrett Mill Road he noticed a stationary
set of taillights.
Chamberlain was approached by Hutto's passenger,
Robert Phillips, "running in my direction away from the
suspect's vehicle with his hands in the air."
Phillips reported he had "mashed the brake pedal" to
make Hutto stop, and that Hutto ran into the woods after
the car slid up an embankmentPhillips said the car was
his mother's, but Hutto did not have her permission to
drive it.
A computer check revealed Hutto's license had been
suspected in 2001 for failure to pay a traffic fine.
Phillips "freely admitted that he allowed [Hutto] 'to
drive the vehicle. ... When asked why, he stated [Huttoj
had given him two methadone pills to use the vehicle"
to go visit his girlfriend, Chamberlain's report said.
Phillips "further stated that [Hutto] was clearly aware
I was attempting to stop him," Chamberlain reported,
"and he ran from this officer because he did not want to
go to jail."
Hutto was booked into Okaloosa County Jail Monday
night on the six charges, and was released Tuesday
after posting a combined bail of $7,000. He faces court
appearances on March 4 for the Crestview incidents and
on March 18 for the traffic felonies.


Crestview News Bulletin Patro! is conducting
driver license and vehicle
Judicial hearing inspection checkpoints
judicial hearing was this week at the following
A judicial hearing was lao
held Thursday at Crestview County Road 393,
City Hall concerning the a half-mile north of State
land use ofa 9.8-acre Road 10.
parcel off of Antioch Road Road urn Road, a hal-0.
in the vicinity of Antioch Auburn Road, a half-
in the vicinity of Antioch mile east of State Road 85.
Elementary School. County Road 189,
B&H Construction a half-mile north of State
had requested that the Road 8.
city change the land use *, General Bond
designation to industrial. Highway.
Attorneys for the two State Road 285, two
sides are scheduled to miles north of College
file their final arguments Boulevard.
soon. A judge then will Hurlburt Road, a half-
issue a ruling on if the mile east of MLK Highway.
proposed land use change
is consistent with the city's Dispute at Baker
comprehensive plan. ulspuealtaker
could result in
County Commission battery charges
meeting A minor faces battery
The Okaloosa County charges after an incident
Board of Commissioners between two girls Feb. 8 at
will hold its next public Baker choosing t an
board meeting on Tuesday Okaloosa Cordinty Sheriffs
at the Okaloosa County Office report, the victim
Water & Sewer Building, Office report, the victim \
1804 Lewis Turner Blvd. in said she was pushed to the
Fort WaltonBeach. ground, grabbed by the
hFort Walton Beach. 'air and struck in the face
by the accused. The victim
FHP checkpoints said the attack did not stop
The Florida Highway, until twoadults arrived at


the scene.
According to the
report, the accused said
she initially approached
the victim because of an
incident that occurred
Feb. 7. The accused said
she told the victim, "she
had nothing to do with the
reason why she and (the
victim) were not getting
along."
The accused claimed
the victim then called her
by an inappropriate name.
"That is when she
punched (the victim), and
the fight started," the report
stated.
The report said all
witnesses saw the accused
'walk up the victim, push her
on the ground and begin to
strike the victim.

None seriously
injured in rollover
Emergency personnel
responded to an auto
accident Wednesday
afternoon on old Antioch
Road near State Road 85,
according to the Florida
Highway Patrol Web site.
The accident was
reported at 4:47 p.m. The
Web site reported road


blockage.
A silver Ford Explorer
rolled over in the middle of
old Antioch Road. A white
Volkswagen Jetta also was
involved.
All of the persons
involved refused medical
treatment.

Crestview girl
charged with
battery
bRESTVIEW Police
charged a 15-year-old
Crestview girl Feb. 5 with
misdemeanor battery for
scratching and clawing her
father while they argued
about her re-enrolling in
school, according to an
Okaloosa County Sheriff's
Office report. .
The 911 call came from
the girl, who claimed her
father was trying to kill her.
After investigating
allegations, the only
evidence of abuse was
found on the father, the
report continued. He had
injuries to lip, right hand
and face.
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FROM THE Who will be

PULPIT in h HURCH of GOD
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Then shall the King say unto
4them on his right hand, Come,
ye blessed of my Father, inherit
~fhe kingdom prepared for you
from the foundation of the
wzorld... Matthew 25:34
Have you ever wondered
who about who will be in
.Heaven? Some believe that it
will be populated by a select
few. Others suppose that
everyone will be there. Will
SHeaven be populated by
professing Christians only?
What about those who never
heard the gospel or Jesus'
',name spoken? Is the native
.living in a hut deep within
the jungles of South America
'.out of luck because the
:missionary has not reached
him .
There is also the issue.
otf the countless millions
Throughout human history
-who have died \w-ithout
hearing the gospel and the
unborn that never see the
:;light of day in this world. Do
;Iany of these have any hope
of being in Heaven? If so, .
ho\\ will they get there? _'
The answer is simple.
All whom Jesus died for.
are or will someday enjo
Heaven's immortal glory, no.
-more or no less.-If anyone
is to make it into Heaven it
is by the glorious grace of
God. The biblical term for
this group of people is the
elect (Romans 9:11, Titus
'1:1, 2 John 1:1). The elect
-of God are those who were
-chosen in Christ Jesus before
-the foundation of the world
I(Ephesians 1:4). In Matthew
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'sheep. Upon his return to
the earth, he will place his
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the kingdom prepared for are his. We don't sorrow for .
you from the foundation of those who may have died
the world." Before the world not hearing about Jesus.
was created the destiny Jesus knows them that are
of God's elect was settled. his. In John 10:27 Jesus says
They were chosen to inhabit that, "My sheep hear my
Heaven after death. Jesus voice, and I know them.
. Christ was the redeemer for and they follow me." Jesus
all of the elect family of God. knows them that are his and,
He paid our sin debt on the he will not lose one. "All I
cross of Calvary. that the father gn% eth me
Those that will inhabit shall come to me: and him
Heaven are not limited to that cometh to me I will.'in
a select few. The Bible says no wise cast out (oltohn.:37)."
that if we are in Christ, then This promise applies to
we are Abraham's seed, the most pious Christian.
and heirs according to the It is also true for the lowly
promise (Galatians 3:39). nomad in the desert that ,
How is Abraham's seed feels his sinfulness. It is
described in Genesis? First, real for the native running
they are likened to the stars through the jungle that oks
of the heaven (the sky) and to the sky and recog s
the sands of the seashore that there is one er
(Genesis 22:17). This divine than himself. can even
proclamation assures us that reach the u babe in his
there will be a large nu ber mother's y b Though
of people in Heaven. Go he may never see the light
then tells Abraham that i of da, in this world, God
his seed shall all nations o knows his situation. The
the earth be blessed (v. 18).j Lord knows them that are
If you can count the stars in his! All that Jesus died for
the sky or the grains of sar d i ll someday be with him
upon the beach, then you Heaven forevermore. He
w ill be able to number the "all save his people from
elect in Heaven! Needless to .thr sins (MNatthew 1:21.>.
say. there will be a great host ..
of people from all nations in Michael Green Jr. is
Heaven. pastio of Palm Chapel
In Revelations 17:9, Primitive Baptist Church
John gives us a view into (www.palminhapel.org) in
Heaven. He writes of a Crestview. Palm Chapel
great multitude that no man meets every Sunday at
could number standing 10:30 a.m. and Wednesday
before the throne of God. at 6 p.m. Pastor Green
They represent every nation, can be contacted at
kindred, people and tongue. 689-3383 or by e-mail at
It is a comfort to know that pastor@palmchapel.org.
the Lord will reach and He warmly invites you to
save every one of his elect. come and worship at Palm
Though the missionary Chapel Primitive Baptist
may never reach the whole' Church.


BAKER FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH continues
to study The Purpose Driven Life
at its 10 a.m. Sunday services The',
church is located at 5826 N. Hwy.
189, just north of the traffic light in
Baker.
LENTEN DEVOTIONALS,
STATIONS OF THE CROSS:
Each Wednesday through March
19, everyone is invited to come -.


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COMMUNITY EVENTS


From staff reports

TODAY
BLOOD DRIVE: for the
Northwest Florida Blood
Center will be held today in
Riverwood Apartments, 342
Riverwood Drive Crestview
- 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call',
862-4216 for details.
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at 8 a.m. Five-mile hike
around Karick Lake with
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Details (859) 995-4267 or
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BLACK HISTORY
CELEBRATION: The
Chester Pruitt-Black History
Month Celebration will be
,held today from 10 a'.m.
to 12 p.m. at the Chester,,
Pruitt Recreation Center, 15
Southeast Carson Drive Fort
Walton Beach. The event
is free. There will be local


black history exhibits, guest
speakers, music, a dance
exhibition and the Junior
Women's League will give
free bicycle helmets to each
dchild that attends.


FEBRUARY
VENDORS WANTED:
for Asthma and Allergy
Health Fair on Saturday,
March 15 from 9 a.m. to
2 p.m. at Crestview High
School. The fair is to provide
families with the latest
information on asthma,
allergies and other related
pediatric health issues.
There is no vendor fee,
but each vendor is required
to donate a door prize for
the event. For details contact
Sharlene Cox at 682-6824.
LOCAL OUTREACH
MOVES: Shelter House,
Inc.'s outreach program has
moved to 188 N. Main St.
in Crestview. Call 683-0845
for details on services such
as confidential shelter,
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Feb. 21 at 10:30 a.m. at
Knights of Columbus
Hall, 701 Highway 90 E.
in Crestview. Ltunch will
be provided. Reservations
can be made by calling
689-2487 or 682-9695. All
senior citizens are welcome.
Sponsored by the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Knights of
Columbus, Crestview.
WALKER RELAY
ACTIVITIES: The school
is selling hearts during
February for $1 each for
their Giving Tree. You can
have your child's name on
the heart or have it in honor
of cancer survivors or in
someone's memory. They are
also selling 2 x 3-foot Easter
egg yard signs for $20 each,
which will be displayed in
front of the school with your
dchild's name on them. You
can then place them in your
yard for Easter.
BAKER GATORS
REUNION: Classes of 1961,
1962 and 1963 will be held
Saturday, March 22 from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Baker
Recreation Center. Barbecue
will be served. Cost is $15 per
person. Bring lawn chairs in
case you need them, and if
you have memorabilia from
those years at the school, feel
free to bring them to share


celebrate Easter at the Protestant
Lenter 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 through March
5, Catholic Stations of the Cross;
and Lenten;meals will be observed
at 5 p.m at the West Gate Chapel.
Details; ,880?7320. -


\vith others.
Please RSVP by March
5. Checks should be made
payable and sent by March
1 to Donna Erdman, 1182
Country Living Road, Baker,
FL 32531-8306.
THE CUSTODY
PROJECT: On Feb. 19
from 5:45 7:45 p.m. at the
Robert L.F. Sikes Library in
Crestview, a brainstorming
meeting will be held. The
meeting will address the
needs of mothers and their
children with custody
ahd visitation issues, and
announce a custody and
visitation workshop for
mothersThe library is located
at 1445 Commerce Drive in
Crestview. Call 682-3460 for
more details on the meeting.
FREE HEALTHY
WOMAN SEMINAR: On
Feb. 21 at 6 p.m., Doctors
Nicole, Smail of ABC
Pediatrics and Jennifer Crotty
of The Children's.Clinic will
offer health tips on avoiding
childhood obesity and
general heart care in children
at Woodlawn Baptist Church,
located at 824 N. Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview. A light
dinner will be served, along
with great door prizes.
Reservations are required.
Call Jane Lindenberg at
689-8446 to register.


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Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
S n f This message greeted drivers who
Signs of passed the Crestview Church of God
Son U.S. 90 last week. Submit your own
Sign of Faith by e-mailing
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Ward to sing at Center Ridge UMC
Brittni Ward, a member of the
Emerald Coast Southern Gospel
Music Association, will be the
guest of Center Ridge United
Methodist Church on Sunday,
Feb. 24 at the 11 a.m. worship
service. A Jove offering will be
taken, and a fellowship meal
will follow the service. Center
Ridge is located at 1861 County
Highway 1883 in DeFuniak
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FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
To: Mark George Cronk
Last known address: 101
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32539
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if any, to it on Jillian Rita
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fore March 7, 2008, and
file the original with the
clerk of this Court at
Okaloosa County Court-
house 101 E. James Lee
Blvd. Crestview, Fl.
32536, before service
on Petitioner or immedi-
ately thereafter. If you
fair to do so, a de-
fault may be entered
against you for the
relief demanded in
the petition.
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documents in this
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Circuit Court's office.
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COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
08-DR-01O-S DIVI-
SION
JAMAR OCTAVIOUS
LOFTON,
Petitioner,
and
Shameca Alisa Cox -
Lofton
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: Shameca Alisa Cox -
Lofton
Respondent's Last Known
Address:
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Orlando, Fl. 32804

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Clerk of the Circuit TORS Address Unknown- CERTIFICATES, SERIES bili ty coordinator at LICATION OF THIS NO-
Court's office notified ,rio 200-OP1 8501 651-7497, 1250 TICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
of your current ad- The administration of the YOU ARE NOTIFIED that Plaintiff N Eglin PRWY Suite THE DATE OF SERVICE
dress. (You may file estate of Joanne C. an action has*ubeen filed Al 14 Shalimar Fl. OF A COPY OF THIS
Notice of Current Meier, deceased, whose against you vid that you vs. 32579. If hearing im- NOTICE ON THEM.
Address, Florida Su- date of death was No- are require& to serve a pa red, contact 1TDD)
preme Court Ap- member 25, 2007 and copy of -your written SCOTT A WHITE, IF [00955-8771 via Flor- All other creditors of the
proved Family law whose social security defenses,if 'nriy, to it on LIVINGA AND IF DEAD ida Relay System. decedent and other per-
Form 12.915J Future number is 479-50-474, Johanna Cram, whose THE UNKNOWN sons having claims or de-
papers in this law- is pending in the Circuit address C. 757 Gold en SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI- Ben-Ezra &Katz, P.A. mands against
sui will be mailed to Court For Okaloosa Court, Crestview FI. SEES. GRANTEES, AS- Attorney for Plaintiff decedent's estate must
the address on rec- County, Florida Probate 32539 on or before SIGNEES, LIENORS 2901 Stirling Road, Suite file their claims with this
ord at the clerk's of- Division, the address of March 26, 2008, and CREDITORS TRUSTEES 300 L court WITHIN 3
fice. which is Okaloosa file the original with the AND ALL OTHER PAR- Fort Lauderdale, Florida MONTHS AFTER THE
County Courthouse 101 clerk of this Court at TIES CLAIMING AN IN- 33312 DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
WARNING: Rule James Lee Boulevard Okaloosa County Court- TEREST BY, THROUGH, T e I e p h o n e LOCATION OF THIS NO-
12.285, Florida Fam- East, Crestview, Florida house, 101 E James Lee UNDER OR AGAINSf 13051770-4100 TICE.
ily Law Rules of Pro- 32536. 1 Blvd. Crestview, Fl. SCOTT A. WHITE; PIER 1 Fax) 305)653-2329
cedure, requires cer- The names and ad- 32536, before service CONDOMINIUM ASSO- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
toin automatic dis- dresses of the personal on Petitioner or immedi- CIATION OF FORT WAL- 02/16/08 WITHIN THE TIME PERI-
closure of documents representative and the lately thereafter. If you TON BEACH, INC;. 02/23/08 ODS SET FORTH IN SEC-
information. Failure personal representative's fai to do so, a de- Defendants. TION 733.702 OF THE
to comply can result attorney are set forth be- fault may be entered FLORIDA PROBATE
in sanctions, includ- low. a ainst you for the NOTICE IS HEREBY Legal # 100286 CODE WILL BE FOREVER
ing dismissal or All creditors of the dece- relief demanded in GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- BARRED.
striking of pleading, dent and other persons the petition. nal Judgment of Foreclo- IN THE CIRCUITTA
having claims or de- sure dated October 9, COURT FOR NOTWITHSTANDING
Dated January 25, 2008 mands against Copies of all court 2007, and entered in OKALOOSA COUNTY THE TIME PERIODS SET
decedent's estate on documents in this Case No. FLORIDA FILE NO: DI- FORTH ABOVE ANY
DON W. HOWARD whom a copy of this no- case, including 2007-CA-1921 of the VISION PROBATE CLAIM FILED TW6 (2)
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT tice is required to be orders, are available Circuit Court of the First YEARS OR MORE AFr
COURT By: Kitty Sims served must file their at the Clerk of the Judicial Circuit in arid for IN RE: ESTATE OF THE DECEDENT'S DATE
Deputy Clerk claims with this Court Circuit Court's Okaloosa County Flor- NEVIELLE CRAWFORD OF DEATH IS BARRED.
WITHIN THE LATER office.You may ida, wherein WELLS SUTTON
02/09/08 OF 3 MONTHS AFTER review these FARGO BANK NA- Deceased. The date of first publica-
02/16/08 THE TIME OF THE documents upon TIONAL ASSOCIATION tion of this notice is Feb-
02/23/08 FIRST PUBLICATION request. AS TRUSTEE FOR SECU- NOTICE TO CREDI- ruary 16, 2008.
03/01/08 OF THIS NOTICE OR RITIZED ASSET BACKED TORS
30 DAYS AFTER THE You must keep the RECEIVABLES LLC. Attorney for Personal
DATE OF SERVICE OF Clerk of the Circuit 2006-OP1 MORTGAGE The administration of the Representative:
Legal # 100275 A COPY OF THIS NO- Court's office notified PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- estate of Nevielle Craw- A. Wayne Williamson
TICE ON THEM. of your current CATES SERIES ford Sutton, deceased, Florida Bar No.
IN THE CIRCUIT address.( You may 2006-6P1, is a Plaintiff whose date of death was 0115002
COURT OF THE FIRST All other creditors of the file Notice of Current and SCOTT A WHITE IF November 19, 2007 Welton & Williamson,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN decedent and persons Address, Florida LIVING, AND IF DEAD and whose Social Secu- SLLC L .C r n
AND FOR having claims or Supreme Court THE UNKNOWN ri, Number is 1020 South Ferdon Blvd.
OKALOOSA demands against the Approved Family SPOUSE HEIRS DEVI- 40-56-0336, is end Crestview, Florida
COUNTY, FLORIDA decedent's estate must Law Form 12.915) SEES, GRANTEES, AS- ing in the Circuit Court 32536
CASE NO. file their claims with this Future papers in this SIGNEES LIENORS for Okaloosa County, 3 T e I ep n e :
08-DR-528-S court WITHIN 3 lawsuit will be CREDITORS, TRUSTEES Florida Pobate visio 850-682-2120
MONTHS AFTER THE mailed to the AND ALL OTHER PAR- the address of which is
COLIN HAAG, JR., DATE OF THE FIRST address in record at TIES CLAIMING AN IN- Florida. The names and Personal Representative:
PETITIONER PUBLICATION OF the clerk's office. TEREST BY, THROUGH addresses of the personal Sharon L. Sutton
AND CHOMPHUNUT THIS NOTICE. UNDER OR AGAINSt representative and the 801 Cloverview Drive
HAAG, WARNING: Rule SCOTT A WHITE; PIER 1 personal representative's Cresview, Florida
Respondent. ALL CLAIMS NOT 12.285, Florida Fam- CONDOMINIUM ASSO- attorney are set 'forth be- 32536
FILED WITHIN THE ily Law Rules of Pro- CIATION OF FORT WAL- low.
NOTICE OF ACTION TIME PERIODS SET cedure, require cer- TON BEACH, INC. are 02/16/08
FOR DISSOLUTION FORTH IN SECTION tain automatic dis- the Defendants. I will sell All creditors of the dece- 02/23/08
OF MARRIAGE 733.702 OF THE closure of documents to the highest and best dent and other persons
FLORIDA PROBATE and information, bidder Tor cash at having claims or de-
TO: Chomphunut Haag CODE WILL 'BE Failure to comply Shalimar courthouse An- mands against Legal # 100287
Respondent's Last Known FOREVER BARRED.. can result in sanc- nex, front door, 1250 decedent's estate on
Address: 157-B Ivystone tions, including dis- Eqlin Parkway, Shalimar whom a copy of this no- IN THE CIRCUIT
Dr. Myrtle Beach, SC NOTWITHSTANDING missal or striking of FF 32579, at 11:00 AM twice is required to be COURT IN AND FOR
29588 THE TIME PERIODS pleadings. on March 10 2008 the saved must file their OKALOOSA
SET FORTH ABOVE, following described prop- claims with this court COUNTY FLORIDA
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that ANY CLAIM FILED Dated February 13, erty as set forth in said ri- WITHIN THE LATER OF PROBATE DMSION
an action has been filed TWO (2) YEARS OR 2008 na Judgment, to wit: 3 MONTHS AFTER THE FILE NO.: 08-CP-86
against you and that you MORE AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUB-
are required to serve a DECEDENT'S DATE OF DON W. HOWARD THE CONDOMINIUM
copy of your written de- DEATH IS BARRED. CLERK'OF THE CIRCUIT PARCEL KNOWN AS
fenses, if any, to it on on COURT ", APARTMENT NO. B-210
Colin Haag, Jr., whose The date of this first By: Kitty Sims OF PIER ONE CONDO-
address is 8562 publication of this Notice Deputy Clerk MINIUM, A CONDO-
Echoridge Ct. Jackson- is February 9, 2008 MINIUM ACCORDING
ville, Fl. 32244 on or 02/16/08 TO THE DECLARATION
before March 14, 2008, Attorney for Personal 02/23/08 < OF CONDOMINIUM
and file the original with Representative: 03/01/08 THEREOF RECORDED
the clerk of this Court at James C. Campbell, Es- 03/08/08 IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
Okaloosa County Court- uire BOOK 742PAGE 505,
house Annex, Shalimar, Florida Bar No. 708283 Legal # 1002 OF THE PUBLIC REC-
Fl. 32579, before service # 4 11th Avenue, Suite 2 ORDS OF OKALOOSA
on Petitioner or immedi- Shalimar Florida 32579 NOTICE OF PUBLIC COUNTY, FLORIDA
ately thereafter If you fail (850) 651-9313 SALE AND AMENDMENTS
to o so, a default may THEREOF, AND PURSU-
be entered against you PersonalRepresentative:: Pursuant to a ch ANT TO SURVEY, PLOT
for the relief demanded James Meier 713.585(6) 85.09 T.s., PLAN AND GRAPHIC
in the petition. Donna Caiazzo as au- DESCRIPTION OF IM-
02/09/08 thorized Title Specialist PROVEMENTS, RE-
Copies of all court docu- 02/16/08 a for Avery Holding Co. CORDED IN CONDO-
ments in this case, includ- d/b/a AAMCO willsell MINIUM PLAT BOOK 1
ing orders, are available 2' the following to the high- PAGES 62 AND 63, IN -
at the Clerk of Circuit Legal # 10028 est bidder subject to any THE PUBLIC RECORDS
Court's office. You mayc liens; net proceeds de- OF OKALOOSA
review these documents NOTICE OF SALE FOR posited w/clerk of' court COUNTY, FLORIDA.
upon request. STORAGE er 713.585; owner/ .
HOUSEHOLD GOODS leinholders right to a Any person claiming an
You must keep the Clerk BELONGING TO THE hearing nor to sale date interest in the sur lus A I _
of the Circu.itCourt's' of- PARTIES NAMED BE per 3.585(6) 85.09 from the sale, if any other
fice notified of your cur- LOW AND LISTED B Y s.5A 8 ost)bond per than the property owner a
rent address. (You may UNINUM R WL 559917 fs; ownermay as the date of the lis
file Notice of Current Ad- BE SOLD AT PUBLIC redeem vehicle for cash pendens must file a claim
dress, Florida Fami,y Law SALE BY DAY'S sum of lien;all sales held withiri 60 days after the
Form 12.915.) uture PAC-RATE MINI- w/ reserve; inspect lwk sale.
papers in this lawsuit will STORAGE. AT THE prior @, lienors facility;
be mailed to tle address MINI- STORAGE LO cash onl ; anyone intr- DON W. HOWARD
on record qt the clerks CATED AT 2510 S. estedcal8506652595 As Clerk of the Court
office FERDQN .BLVD., or 292-2911; Sale date By:Beth
SCRES IEW, FLA, Af 3-3-08 @ 1 Rm @ 104 E. As Deputy Clerk
WARNING: ,Rule 9:00 A.M. February Nine Mile Rd. Pensacola, T 0 l V F
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Law of Procedure, re-CHARGES ARE PAID 19192 Toyota VIN ,y2008:IN
quires certain automatic IN FULL BEFORE THE J3VN39W6N8050155 ruary, 2008
disclosure of documents TIME OF SALE. lien amt $1,795.46 and IMPORTANT
and information. Failure 2) 1999 Ford VIN: In accordance with the NOW PAYING
to comply can result in NAMEJESUS 1FMRU17L1XLB06432 Americans with Disabili-
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S02/13/08 Lienors: Avery Holainq this proceeding should
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2008 02/20/08 Eglin Pky NE Ft Walton days prior contact the
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SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16. 2008


CLASSIFIED


Crestview News Bulletin I 7


1103 1103 ..
IN RE: ESTATE OF Adoption Of:
ROBERT T. TURNER, A Minor Child
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ACTION,
NOTICE TO NOTICE OF PETITION
CREDITORS FOR ADOPTION BY
GRANDPARENTS,
The administration of the AND NOTICE OF
estate of ROBERT T. HEARING
TURNER, deceased,
whose date of death was To: Angela Denise
January 9, 2008, is Hill(Description: age 33;
pending in the Circuit race Caucasian; hair
Court for Okaloosa color brown; eye color -
County, Florida, Probate brown; height- 5"6';
Division, the address of weight 125)
which is Okaloosa
County Courthouse, You are notified that a
Creslview, Florida. The Petition For Adoption By
names and addresses of Grandparents has been
the personal filed against you, seeking
representative's attorney termination atany paren-
are set forth below. tal rights and obligations
you may have, or claim,
All creditors of the dece- concerning a female
dent and other persons child born on July 25,
having claims or 2002 in Memphis, Ten-
demands against nessee. You are required
decedent's estate on to serve a copy of your
whom a copy of this written defenses to it, if
,notice is required to be ay, on the Petitioners' at-
served must file their torney, whose name and
claims with this court address are: ROBISON
WITHIN THE LATER R. HARRELL, ADOPTION
OF THREE MONTHS CENTER, 3 Clifford
AFTER THE TIME OF Drive, Shalimar, Florida
FIRST PUBLICATION 32579 and file the origi-
OF THIS NOTICE OR nal with the Clerk of
'30 DAYS AFTER THE Court Okaloosa County
DATE OF SERVICE OF Courthouse, 101 Jamesi
A COPY OF THIS Lee Boulevard Crest-
NOTICE ON THEM. view, Florida 32536, on
or before March 2008.
All other creditors of the at 1:35 p.m. Central
decedent's' estate must Time) before Judge Ter-
file their claims with this rance R. Ketchel at the
court WITHIN 3 Okaloosa County Court-
MONTHS AFTER THE house, 101 James Lee
DATE OF THE FIRST Boulevard, Crestview,
PUBLICATION OF Florida 32536. The court
THIS NOTICE. has set aside five (5) min-
... ....... ... utes for this hearing.


ALL CLAIMS NOT SOU
FILED WITHIN THE
TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED,
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIMS FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF
DEATH IS BARRED.
Dated of the first
publication of the Notice
-of Administration:
February 16, 2008
3ason R. Moulton
.660 North Ferdon
Boulevard, Suite A
Crestview, Florida
32536
(850)689-1474
Florida Bar No.
0150126
Attorney for Petitioner
Personal Representative:
ShirleyJ. Turner
811 Addison Place
Crestview, Florida
'32536
b2/16/08
#02/23/08


UNDER SECTION
63.089, FLORIDA STAT-
UTES FAILURE TO FILE A
WRIItEN 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
Deoutv Clerk


In The Matter Of The
Adoption Of:
A Minor Child.
NOTICE OF ACTION,
NOTICE OF JOINT PE-
TITION FOR ADOP-
TION BY STEPPAR-
ENT AND NOTICE OF
HEARING
Jo: Cuong Van Nguyen
(Description: age 28;
race- Asian; hair color-
black; eye color- brown;
approximate height-
-5 6"; approximate
weight- 150)
You are notified that a
Joint Petition For Adop-
tion By Stepparent has
been filed against you.
seeking termination of
any parental rights and
obligations you may
have, or claim, concern-
ing a male child born on
September 14, 2000 in
Mobile Alabama. You
are required, to serve a
copy of your written de-
fenses, to it, if any, on
the Petitioner's attorney,
whose name and address
are ROBISON R.
HARRELL, ADOPTION
CENTER. 3 Clifford Drive
Shalimar, Florida 32579,
and file the original with
the Clerk oF Court,
Okaloosa County Court-
house, 101 James Lee
Boulevard, Crestview,
Florida ,32536, on or be-
fore March 3, 2008. If
you fail to do so, a de-
fault judgement will be
taken against you for the
relief demanded in the
petition. There will be a
hearing on said petition
on the 24th dCay of
March 2008 at 1:30
p.m. (Central Time), be-
fore Judge Terrance R.
Ketchel at the Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101
James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview Florida
32536. The court has set
aside five (5) minutes 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 THENS HEARING
CONSTITUTES
GROUNDS' UPON
WHICH THE COURT
SHALL END ANY PA-
RENTAL RIGHTS YOU
MAY HAVE REGARDING
THE MINOR CHILD.
Dated: January 28,
2008
Don W. Howard
Clerk of Court
By: Tiffany Gardner
SDeputy Clerk
02/02/08
02/09/08
02/16/08
02/23/08


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$3000 down $555mo
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204 Booker St.
$575 2 br 1 ba
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fees are non- refundable.,
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150
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$100/wk or $400/mo.
incl. utils. Call 543-6478


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w/ W/D hook up,
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682-1266
Crestview 2 br, 1 ba
$475. 3 br, 1 ba $575.
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2008.
Master Aquatics specializes In the mranagemnent of lakes, ponds and
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2008


BILL GAMBLING
sports @srpressgazette.dom

Tomorrow is Kevin
Harvick's shot at history
as he looks to become
only the fourth driver
in NASCAR Sprint Cup
history to win back-to-
back Daytona 500s.
Last year Harvick
edged Mark Martin by a
mere 0.090 of a second,
which was- the seventh
time in the last 11 years
the margin of victory of
this race was less than
three-tenths of a second.
Harvick, who will
start 16h, will look to join
Richard Petty (1973-74),
Cale Yarborough
(1983-84), and Sterling
Marlin (1994-95) as
the only drivers to
successfully defend their
Daytona 500 title.
The difference for
Harvick is he would, be
the first "Car of Today"
.driver to win and do so
'n the golden anniversary
-of "The Great American
Race."
"Well, last year I was
part of a three-car pack
that was the breakaway
pack for three fuel runs.
I think if you're looking
for a big pack *racing at
Daytona, it's probably not
going to be there unless
you have a caution,"
said Harvick. "There's
going to be packs, but I
don't think it's going to
be much different. The
cars didn't drive that bad.
They haven't driven bad
anywhere.
"I think that the
racetrack kind of dictates


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the type of racing
that it is because it's a
superspeedway, but it
also is very rough and the
asphalt's wore out. In the
past, you know, we really
haven't had those big
packs at Daytona. We've
had them at Talladega."-
Last year Harvick
found out first hand What
it means to be :the winner


of the Daytona 500 and
now is looking forward to
the pre-race blitz.
"Well, I think the
biggest thing it changed,
you always hear people
talk about the magnitude
of winning the Daytona
500 and how it's the
biggest race in our sport. I
don't think you can really
understand that until you


get to experience that
firsthand," said Harvick.
"The week after the race
was pretty crazy. That's
all anybody- ever really
wants to talk about is the
Daytona 500.
"We've been fortunate
to win a lot of the big races
in our sport. That one
takes the cake "by a long
ways. I think to be able


to experience -that and be
a part of that, put your
name next to those guys
that have won the 500
before, is pretty special."
The biggest issue
heading into tomorrow's
race is tires, which played
a big part in the Gatorade
Duels on Thursday.
Harvick knows how
important, the driving,
performance, and setip
of his Chevy Impala will
be.
"I think everybody
is pretty focused on just
getting the cars to drive
better and understanding
-the package as we go
forward td really make
strides on that," said
Harvick. "When you get
in and out of the cars
no problem with your
helmet on. You've got
plenty of room. Your
head's not resting against
the window net and you
don't have any problems
getting the seats mounted
in the cars.
NASCAR has to be
applauded just for the
fact that the safety side of
it is tremendously better
just because the drivers
are more comfortable in
the cars and able to get in
and out of them easier."
Harvick.. noted .:.the
difference, but he doesn't
seem to be concerned
since all of his competitors
are in the same boat.
"I mean, obviously, it's
a different beast," said
Harvick. "But I don't
think anybody is worried
about what we did in the
past. We're all, looking to
go forward."


A chance to make history

NASCAR's Kevin Harvick has a chance to make history at Daytona 500 by winning back-to- ack


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SPEED continued from 10


"She's getting confident
with her off speeds and'
she's really working on
the way she thinks on the
mound," Hubbs said.
"She's one of our many
'go to' players. Shasta is
a great leader on and off
the field, and it's good to
have players like that. It
brings the girls together
and produces some good
chemistry."


One last run
This likely will be Tew's
last softball season.
"I'm not pursuing any
colleges after I graduate,"
Tew said.
"I'm pretty much done.
Playing, in the summer
and during the season
and all in between is a lot
of work and a lot of time.
I want to work on just
school."
Even though Tew (2-1


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entering the game against
Fort Walt.n Beach on
Friday) & calling it quilk
after iaduation, don't
mean she's giving tu tor
the season.
"She's a pri ilVge to
coach," Hubb;s s aid.
"She's a tle leader
and an am az., athletee"
Look for thle Bulldogs, to
host C1ihoetv )n Tuesday
at 4 p.m. (JV)*and 6 p.m.
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PREDICTIONS continued from 10I-
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olfset the opposition.
Crestview plays Choctaw on
Tuesday in it:- fourth di-trict matchup.
The Indians are starting off on the
right foot, so my pick is with them.
The Baker softball team is chalk-
full of super athletes like Chelsea
Combest, Sydney and Whitney


Bout well and AlIvson NicCrAnie.
Baker has a big hometown pv.'airy
game against the Bulldogs on ,
Thursday.
I'm going to picL BaLer for that
game since the experience is more
on the Gators' side in regional and ,
district play.


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tossing a complete game
and also going 2-4or-3 at
the plate.
Griffithhad three walks
and two strikeouts while
allowing two earned runs,
and she smacked a double
and a triple to go along
with three runs and two
RBl. Whitney Boutwell,
Brittany ,Kilpatrick. Paige
Cotton and Mollie Royal
all had hits tor the Gators
12-0), who pla. host to
Bozeman today.
Baker 205 0104 12 6 0
Northview 003 002 5 8 0
IV: Lauren Griffith

TENNIS (BOYS)
Crestview 5, Milton 1:
Singles
1. Holland I'M) def.
Phillip Piaget 6-2.-5-7, 6-2
2. Paul Sammons (C)
det. Baker 6-1. 6-4
3. Colin Smith (C) def.
James 6-0. 6-0
4. Angelo Faiardo (C)
det. Shouppe 6-1, 6-2
5 Cody Dreaden (C)
def. Binder 6-0, 6-3
Doubles
2. Sammons-Austin
Long (C) def. Sandy-
Kieter 8-1

TENNIS (GIRLS)
Crestview 7, Milton 0:
Smngles
1. Mova Moore (C) def.
Whiting 6-0, 6-0
2. Nicole Johnson (C)
def Foreman 6-0, 6-0
3. Megan Burrows (C)
def Teston 6-0, 6-2
4. Cora Merritt (C) def.
Blame 6-0. 6-0
5. Kayliegh Jentzen (C)
def Sparling 6-1, 6-1
Doubles
1. Moore-Merritt (C)
def. Whiting-Foreman 8-0
2. Bu'rrows-Krisntm
Thomas (C) def Teston-
Hellwis 8-1

Look for more
briefs from the
bleachers on
Wednesday!


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Schedule
Baseball


BASEBALL


Pace at Crestview, Tuesday
at 4 p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m. (V)

Crestview at Choctaw,
Friday at 4 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)

Baker at Walton, Tuesday
at 4 p.m. (JV) and 6 p.m. (V)

Pensacola Christian at
Laurel Hill, Tuesday at 5
p.m.

Baker at Samson (Florala
Tournament), Friday at 5
p.m. and Saturday at 10 a.m.
and noon

Softball

Choctaw at Crestview,
Tuesday at 4 p.m. (JV) and 6
p.m. (V)

Baker at Crestview,
Thursday at 4 p.m. (JV) and
6p.m. (V)

Baker at Walton, Tuesday
at a4p.m. (V)

Laurel Hill at Central,
Thursday at 3 p.m. (JV-DH)

Laurel Hill at Freeport,
Friday at 5 p.m. (V)


YMCA Activilles
The Crestview YMCA
is offering a multitude of
after school and weekend
activities, as well as leagues.
Sign up for soccer at the
YMCA through April 1.
Members are $36 and non-
members are $45. Ages 2-14
are accepted.
Bible study is also offered
from now until March 29. The
door is open to everyone.
On March 15 the YMCA
is hosting its annual
"Leprechaun Motorcycle
Poker Ride."
For more information on
all these activities, please
contact (850) 689-2999/ Fax
(850) 689-8798 or by e-mail at
noymca@ecymca.org.


Hunter safety
course
The Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) is
offering a free hunter safety
Internet completion course in
Walton County.
The course will be at the
Walton County Sportsman's
Association, 955 Smith
Road in DeFuniak Springs.
Instruction will take place 8
a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday Feb.
23.
People interested in
attending this course can
register online and obtain
information about future
hunter safety classes at
MyFWC.com/huntered or
by contacting FWC's regional
office in Panama City at
(850) 265-3676.

American Cancer
Walk/ Run/Ride
The American Cancer
Society will be hosting a
walk, run and ride on March
8. 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 618
are eligible to apply.
For a free brochure on
these camps, please contact
(704) 373-0873 or visit the
Web site at tenstarcamp.com.


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PREDICTIONS
Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

The heat is here and
we're not talking about
temperature. Pitchers are
on the mound and batters.
are in the box.
It's finally baseball
and softball season, and
what better time to talk
ball then to make some
predictions?
The Crestview
baseball team (1-0, 0-0,
entering its game against
Escambia) started its
regular season off by


beating Chipley, 8-6, on
Tuesday.
Head coach Tim Gillis
was happy the team won
but still wanted to see
improvement in fielding.
David Pyle earned his
first win on the mound
against Chipley Orith
three strikeouts and four
hits.
Pace is jdst around the
corner this Tuesday in as
the team's second District
1-5A matchup (first was
Escambia on .Friday).
Bid your Ihips on the
Bulldogs. Even though
Pace has been haunting
Crestview for quite some
time, the momentum
from a quick win against


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Baker's Stephen Shelley (right) sets up for a rebound
against Hobo Richard Dixon during a
previous game between the rival teams.


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Robert Young I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's Shasta Tew practices a rise ball during a softball practice at CHS.



PITCHING SPEEI) AND ACCURACY
Crestview softball team's Shasta Tew explains what it takes to be a pitcher and her view on this season


Robert Young
Crestview News Bulletin

The pitching circle
can be a very stressful
position, especially when
an important game is on
the line.
For Crestview's Shasta
Tew, the experience she
brings to her pitching is
more than just the four-
year path she's taken to
get where she is now.
"She's of course our
senior pitcher so she has
good experience," Bulldog
coach Bruce Hubbs said.
"Shasta has been
depending on that


experience so far this
year. She has very few
walks and "her response
time is on mark. She's (a
speed pitcher, but she also,
has been working on A lot'
of others to increase 'herr
repertoire." ,
Tew limited Pine Forest
to one hit during the
Dawgs' 11-0 win Tuesday.
But just one win isn't
what Tew has her eye
on. Her goal far exceeds
a quick win on a stormy
Tuesday night.
"I just want us to get
through districts," Tew
said.
"We've been trying for


three years and haven't
gotten there yet. We got
cloie last year against Tate
bul blew it."
(The Bulldogs' loss
against Tate last spring
wasn't the only setback
against the Aggies.
Crestview lost its first
District 1-5A matchup
against Tate t-5 on Feb. 8
on a final inning score by
the Aggies.
Tew looked,, back at
the game with" a little
dissapointment. .
"We gotta play strong
every game and we'll
win," Tew,.aid
"We"hive to luiimp on


teams like that and jump
on the bat, and we'll get
where we need to be."

Scouting report
Tew continues to work
on her pitching.
"I like to hit the outside
at times, maybe change
speeds just like any other
pitcher," Tew laughed.
"I don't see myself
as just a pitcher that is
looking to be accurate and
with speed, I like to throw
in some junk top."
Coach Hubbs would
agree.


See SPEED 8


Escambia will propel the
Dawgs into Tuesday.
The Baker baseball
team won its first regular
season game against
Rocky Bayou, 13-1. Brian
Feick only gave up
two hits and pitched a
complete game for Baker.
Walton hosts the
Gators on Tuesday at
6 p.m. It's hard to pick
either team because
each has strengths and
weaknesses. Baker is still
working on its hitting,
and Walton's pitching
has suffered minor losses
over the summer.
Look for Baker and
coach Gary Taylor to take
that game.


Softball is red-hot
over at CHS and newly
appointed coach Bruce
Hubbs and his son Rob
Hubbs are taking the
reins of this veteran girls
team.
After losing to rival
Tate 6-5 on a late Aggies
score, the Bulldogs
(2-1,1-1 entering into
their game at Fort Walton
Beach on Friday) won
their second District 1-5A
matchup against Pine
Forest, 11-0.
Senior Shasta Tew has
been pitching heat to the
outside and changing
speeds constantly to

See PREDICTIONS 8


Crestview 8, Chipley
6:
The Bulldogs pressed
out 12 hits and scored
the first five runs in their
;eason opener.
Angie Willis went
4-for-4 with a triple and
two RBI tor Crestview,
David Pyle was 2-tor-3
with three runs, Cody
Hancock was 2-tor-3
with two runs, while
Jason Parker had two
hits and Cory Wenrich
added three RBI.
Pyle picked up the
win, striking out three
while allowing two
runs on five hits in four
innings.
Josh Edwards
notched the save.
"We did alright,"
Crestview coach Tim
Gillis said.
"There's still some
things to work on."
Crestview hosted
Escaimbia at 6 p.m.
Friday

Chipley 000 204 0 6 10 1
Crestview 203 121 812 5

W- David Pyle (1-0)

Baker 13, Rocky
Bayou 1:
Brian Feick had two
hits and also sealed the
deal for a Gators win on
Thursday.
Ryne Wickery had
two hits while Preston
Nixon, Brandon
Henderson. and Jeremy
Lynch had one apiece
for Baker (1-0).
Baker's JV won.
Baker plays Tuesday
at Walton.

RB 001 00 113
Baker 3208 13 9 2

W: Brian Fieck

SOFTBALL

Crestview 11, Pine
Forest 0:
Brittany Zellers
was 3-for-3 at the plate
and drove in two runs
to lead the Crestview
softball team in a five-
inning 11-0 shutout over
Pine Forest at home.
Shasta Tew pitched
a complete game while,
keeping the Lady Eagles
I1-1, 0-1) at one hit.
Heather Kelly
contributed four RBI's
to the scoreboard for the
Lady), Dawgs and was
2-for-3 at bat
The Bulldogs (2-1,
1-1;) traveled to Fort
Walton Beach on Friday
at 6 p.m for their third
District 1-5A game this
season.

Pine Forest 000 00 1 0 2
Crestview 017 30 10 11 4

V- Tew (2-1)

Baker 12, N'view 5:
Lauren Griffith had
a huge game for Baker,

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www.cresivlewhilllelln.com

Slideshows:

SShasta Tew and the
CHS softball team

* BHS baseball practice

"LHS softball practice

'Escambia at Crestview
(Baseball)

'LHS baseball practice


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;' We are always looking for sports information and news
'.from those involved in our community.
Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor
Robert Young at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at roberty@crestviewbulletin.com


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