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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: April 9, 2008
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Traffic stops, such as this speed limit enforcement, often yield driver's whose licenses are suspended as
well as other violations. Many are identified by state law enforcement as Habitual Traffic Offenders.



UNLICENSED TO DRIVE

MOf8 trf##c Stops uncover drivers with revoked licenses
Brian Hughes rests for driving with revoked li- cident? It's going to have to come
Crestview News Bulletin censes does not necessarily mean out of the pockets of other people
more unlicensed drivers are on our who have insurance," Long said.
The Crestview Police Depart- roads. "We have been doing more traf-
ment's increased vigilance for traf- "It means we're getting tougher fic enforcement and we will con-
fic infractions has yielded more on traffic violators," Buckner said. tinue doing more traffic enforce-
:than the expected crop of speeders, Maj. Richard Long, CPD's com- ment," Long assures the ublic.
:run-light runners, seatbelt scoff- mander of operations, shares his "One of our priorities is cthig
laws and drunk drivers. officers' and the ~public's f-rustra- the folks w~o -do not have ai drivers
A surprisingly large number of tion with repeat offenders who license, and~ we'll do what we can
drivers pulled over for traffic vio- keep driving while their licenses to get them off the road."
lations are also found to be driving are suspended. But despite arrests and brief
without valid licenses or any li- "It's like DUI. What can you do incarcerations, many people with
cense at all. with those people who violate the suspended licenses are back on the
"What really amazes us is we law again and again?" Long la- roads, blending in the flow of traf-
recognize many of these people mented`. "I wish we had some seri- fic.
from previous encounters," said ous type of punishment that would "We can't paint an X on their
Crestview Police Lt. Kent Buckner. keep them off the roads." head that says 'I don't have a driv-
"You'd think if you were driving Long said that in many instanc- ers license,"' Long said. "It's a frus-
without a license you'd be extra es, a drivers whose license is sus- trading cycle. After a while the offi-
careful to obey traffic laws." pended also has no insurance. SeOIEA
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Okaloosa Gounty Park Ranger Janie Gilmore
inspects a bluebird nesting box at Cotton Bridge
Park near Baker. Gilmore was recognized by the
county arid by the Sheriff's Office for her
work in the county parks.






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Gilmore, a Milligan resident and a county park ranger,
recently received recognition from the Board of County
Commissioners for exemplary service to the community
and its county parks.
Gie k aos ront Itrif' 'CCi co reo To ed
Environmental Protection Award."
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County School Board recently ap-
proved the commencement of pre-
liminary investigations into a land
swap that could yield a site for a
future school northeast of Crest-
view.
The action at the board's March
24 meeting allows director of facili-
ties and planning, Dr. Bill Smith, to
begin the first steps to determine
the feasibility of the swap.
The school board's parcel is the
old Holt School building and its
land on U.S. Highway 90. Prop-
erty the board is interested in is off
Poverty Creek and Auburn roads.
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A Crestview Police Department patrolman was in-
jured in a collision on S.R. 85 near Wal-Mart around
11 p.m. last night when his squad car was struck by an
allegedly drunk motorist heading south in the north-
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Members of the Crest-
view Police Explorer Post
used their last day of
spring break to give back
to the community.
The group removed
trash and debris from the
Crestview Public Housing
playground and surround-
ing areas as part of their
public service projects.
The Police Explorer Pro~
gram is governed through
the Boy Scouts of Anter-
ica and open to youdg
men and women, ages 14
through .21. The program
focuses on career and lead-
ership training, communi-


ty service, personal fitness
and outdoor activities.
The Crestview Explorers
meet on the first and third
Tuesday of each month at
6:30 p.m. at the Crestview
Police Department.
There are currently 12
members' of the Crestview
Post. Some of them are
training for a career in law
enforcement. Others are
interested in community
service, according to Ex-
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The classical and th~e
contemporary American
musical theater converge
Sin two local upcoming
stage productions. This
weekend Grestview High
School presents Oklahoma!,
then next week, the Florida
Chautauqua !.Theahtr will
mount High Schlool Musical
O nstage.
"It's busy, busy, busy "
said Crestview High
School drama teacher and
.director Joe Hernandez as
opening night approaches.
For the department's
first full musical. theater
production, he chose an
all-time stage classic.
Penned in l943 by Richard
Rodgers and Oscar Ham-
merstemn II, Oklahoma!
opened almost exactly 65
years ago. It ran for more
than 2,200 performances,
and has been revived four
more times on Broadway.
It is also a perennial fa-
vorite for community and
school theaters, and was a
natural for Hernandez.
"How could I incorpo-


rate a good portion of the
kids in a country setting?"
he asked hiinself,. "Okla-
homa! came immediately
to mind."
The CHS produc-
tion has 27 cast members
:and several more stu-
'dents working behind the
scenes. "The kids have
really worked hard," Her-
nandez said proudly.
Th~e production has
been educational in~ many
ways, Hernandez said. "I
didn't have a budget at all,
and I called in every favor
in the book."
Among these favors
has been assistance from
several out-of-towi-! the-
ater professionals whose
expertise has augmented
the drama students' edu-
cation.
Oklahzoma! is an educa-
tion in the genre of the
stage niusical as well.
"For a lot of these kids,
musical theatre is new to
them," Hernandez said.
"As the rehearsals have
gone on, the kids have de-
velop~eda love for it, and a
lot of them' say, wow, this
is awesome." .


Oklahoma! is a rousing
tale set in the Indian Terri-
tory on the verge of admis-
sion into the Union. Its be-
loved. songs include "Oh
What a Beautiful Morn-
ing'," "Surrey with the
Fringe on Top," "People
Will Say We're in Love,"
and the exuberant title
song.
Over in DeFuniak
Springs, the Florida Chaui -
tauqua Theatre is getting
ready to raise the curtain
on Disney's High School
Musical Onstage, the film
version of which made a
household name of actor
Zac Efron.
Basketball jock Troy and
brainiac Gabriella decide.
to try out for East HIigh's
school` musical pla ,
much to the dismay of the
school's reigning theater '
buffs. It's a lively, tune-
filled, romp filled with en-
Sergy and excitement.
Young actors have
been culled from schools
throughout Okaloosa and
Walton counties for the
production, which FCT
promises will "sweep you
off your feet.',


.Special to the News Bulletin
:%HS performer Forrest
,.:enkins rehearsals his
role as "Curly" for the
School's production of
Oklahoma!, opening
Friday.
Bookc your seats for both
Shows now, and get ready
for a couple nights of fun-
filled, toe-tapping live mu-
sical theater.

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of pre-17th-century Eu-
rope, including costumes
and weapons! Please
visit www.phoenixglade.
org for more information
about our presenters and
to get an idea of what the
evening will be like. All are
welcome, but Family Li-
brary Time is designed for
families with elementary-
and middle-school chil-
dren. Please call 682-4432
with questions.

FIRST TUESDAY LECTURE
The First Tuesday Lec-
tures at the R'obert L. F.
Sikes Public Library in
Crestview are held once at
month at 10:30 a.m., with
coffee and cookies start-
ing at 10 a.m. Topics for
all of 2008 may be found
on the library Web site at
www.cityoferestview.org /
library.htm under Pro-
grams & Services.
May 6 willbe "It's Geek
to Me: Intro to Tech Gad-
gets" by Jeff Werner, who
writes the tech column
in the Thursday edition
of the Nor'th-west Florida
Daily News. JTeff .will dis-
cuss th~e progressionn of
audio formats and stor-
age media from the origi-
nal Edison recordings up
to modern MicroSD flash
memory. If you remember
the "old" record albums
and 45s and wonder what
is this "MP3s" and "iPod"
stuff your children and
grandchildren are talking
about, this is the program
for F.ou!

JUST ASK
All of us here Jean,
Sandra, Lise, Anna,
Heather N., Marie, Sen-
gdara, Tracey, Janice and
Heather W. hope you
will join us in welcoming
Audrey Milcarek, who
will be working Monday
and Tuesday nights and
Saturday.

CONTACT US
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive (behind the
Post Office)
Phorie: 850.682.4432
Web site: www.cit-
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htm

CoHas~t
Okaloosa County
Commissioners
Contact commlsslon-
ers Sherry Campbell,
John Jannazo, Bill
Roberts, Don Amunds,
Jarnes Camrpbell
Bymall at 101 East
James Lee BlvdJ Crest-
le#~ FL 32,536
*By phone at (8501
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*By e-mail at First
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reference and public ac-
cess computers.
Again, from the Stone
article, "Library systems
must prepare now, not
motivated by fear but by
a desire to help commu-
nities cope with and be
prepared for that future
... They must strive to
remain open, public, free,
and relevant. By becom-
ing an integral part of the
sustainability infrastruc-
ture, libraries will meet
the challenge of social
responsibility and dem-
onstrate their value to the
community."

PROGRAMS
*Story Time today at
10:15 will be "It's Raining,
It's Pouring," so come for
stories, songs, and crafts.
*"Visit the Renais-
sance" Family Library
Time at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
April 15 will be presented
by Phoenix Glade, a re-
enactment group dedicat-
ed to recreating the his-
torical life and combat of
pre-17" century Europe.
For more information, go
to www.phoenixglade.
org.
nly :four more days
to take advantage of the
free. AAltP Tax Prepara-
tion, service so come in
Thitrsday from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. to 1
p,.rri`.. Monday 2 to 6 p.m.
or Tuesday from 10 a.m.
to' 2 p.m.
ELECTRONIC
RESOURCE PICK
.,Earth Day is April 22.
GreenFILE, a bibliograph-
ic' database of information
about environmental con-
cerns, indexes scholarly
and general interest titles,
as well as government
documents and reports.
Drawing on the connec-
tion between the environ-
me~nt and disciplines such
as agriculture, education,
law, health and technolo-
gy, GreenFILE serves as an
informative resource for
anyone concerned about
the issues facing our plan-
et. The database contains
nearly 300,000 records,
full text for selected titles
and searchable cited refer-
ences for more than 200 ti-
tles. You will find a link to
GreenFiLE on our library
website under Electronic
Resources.

FAMILY LIBRARY TIME
Step into the Meeting
Room of the Crestview
Public Library on Tuesday,
April l5th at 7 p~m. and
step back in time. Phoenix
Glade, our local Shire with-
in the re-enactment group
the Society for Creative
Anachronisms (SCA), will
take us on a journey to the
historical life and combat


cThe loss of a loved onwean~u ocutr at azny time,
When youn need u~s, we'll bew there.


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Reference Librarian


high costs of essentials
like food and computers.
Finding it uneconomical
to commute, many people
work from home while
others become jobless and
even homeless. Those
who are laid off lose their
work-related computer
access. Many are unable
to replace their old home
computer systems. Their
primary information
Sources become the local
Newspaper, public access
to the Internet, local bul-
letin boards, and other
people. All of these cabr
be found at local librar-
ies, but many facilities are
threatened with closure"
... and reductions in bud-
get and services. -
These are issties that .
affect us here in Florida,
Okaloosa County and
Crestview. Possible bud-
get cutbacks loom, -even
as use of library services
increases. The library
~ checked out 42,309:items
in the first three rnon'ths
of 2008. It added 642 new
patrons (for a total of just
under 20,000 patrons).
There were 6,455 public
computer~ access uses
(with an average ses-
sion time of ET3 minutes.)
Eigh-ihturidred twenty-`: .
six households had their
taxes' prepared free of
charge (and that was only
through March 31!) The
library will be the early
voting site for both the
primary (August 11-23)
and general elections (Oc-
tober 20-November 1).
The Friends of the
Crestview Library urge
all citizens of Okaloosa .
County to write and call
the County Commission-
ers requesting library
funding levels be Alain-
tained. Forty-five percent
of oulr Crestview Public
Library patrons live in the
unincorporated areas of
Okaloosa County. Forty -
percent of our budget
comes from the Okaloosa
County Public Library
Cooperative and Board of
County Commissioners.
Some of yott will re-
member how prior to
1998 and the forming of .
the OCPLC, residents
Who lived outside the city
limits were charged an
annual fee for library
card. This is no longer an
option. State aid to library
funds (some of which
were used to build the
new library in 2002) stip-
ulate free library services
defined as circulation,


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53 percent of Americans
visited a library last year.
The report said the sur-
vey results challenge the
assumption that libraries
are losing relevance in the
Internet age.
Writer Debra Stone in
the March' 15 "Library
JournaF!' article "After
Oil" discusses "the im-
portant role public librar-
ies will play in our new
post-peak-oil society"
which will require com-
munities to re-scale virtu-
ally everything we do and
how we do it. The likely
aftermath of the "long
emergency" of declining
oil production must be
understood by people m
position to help society .
adjust to new ways of do-
ing everyday things.
"The Am~ericanl life-
style is b~einig downsized ,~
Social ills have become
more pronounced. Many ~
'haves' become 'have-
nots.' People fear layoffs
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A4 1 Crestview News Bulle n


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9;, 2008~


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Gilmore met with News
Bulletin Editor IKyle Wright at
Cotton Bridge Park in Baker.
She provided a tour of the park
-- including a peek at a blue-
bird nest. She also discussed
the effort to clean up the north
county parks literally and
figuratively.
Crestviewr News Bulle-
tin: A letter describing your
work said the parks "had be-
come th~e victim of vandalism,
disorderly conduct among
visitors, litter and the overall
degradation of these assets."
What things were done to turn
things around?
Janie Gilmore: "As far as


the beauty of the parks, there
were a 10t of dead trees and
staff like that, and making an
effort to keep it mowed. I have
a groundskeeper who works
with me, Jlon Hamlett, who is
great."
Gilmore went on to say thze real
problem in th2e parkcs wans thze disor-
derly conduct ofsomle visitors.
"That's what we've cleaned
up. There would be fights and
guns and everything else, so it
really wasn't a family park. The
Sheriff's Office helped me a
whole lot, and now the families
are down here again. It's usu-
ally packed on the weekend."

,CNB: So things have


changed for the better since
you started these efforts?
SJG: "I do see more families.
I see their grandparents bring
their grandkids. People make
comments about how nice it is
and how cleaned up it is, and
that they actually are not scared
to come down here. They're
glad it's better."

CNB: We hear you also
helped build bluebird nest-
ing boxes in the parks. Tell us
about that project.
JG: "I love birds and I want-,
ed to be able to see a lot of the .
birds in the parks. I knew they
were here, but they had no place
to nest. I went and bought the

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supplies and we' (Gilmnore and~
Cub Scout Den #7, Pack #799~
of Crestview) made 15 boxes.~
We put them up on March 8 at
all of the different parks. Andl
now we've got nests and eggs:
in several of them."

CNB: What is your message
to residents and families who
perhaps were afraid to come to
the area parks in the past?
SJG: "I would like for peo-
ple to bring their families and
check it out and see how it has
changed. This is a, clean-look-l
ing place now. I would bring,
my kids or I would bring my.
grandkids and not be wor--
ried."


The Holt School has
been vacant since its
students were merged
into Baker School.
The property in Holt
is too small and too
close to the county line
for a new school, Dr.
Smith explained. It also
is too far from the coun-
ty's anticipated popula-
tion expansion.
The Auburn prop-
erty under ion~sider-
ation is more suitably
located.
"It's a very high
growth area up there.


It would be a better
location for a possible
school site, very much
in the future," Smith
said, adding, "very,
very, very much in the
future."
The board's "action
will allow Smiith and
his staff to see if the
swap is feasible.
"We have to look
at value, environ-
mental studies, land
use," Smith rattled off.
"There's all kind of stuff
we have to look at when
we acquire land."


"It's a very large
parcel and we'd just get
however many acres
the value will give us
for the other property,"
Smith explained.
Smith stressed there
are no current plans to
construct a new school
north of Crestview. He
said it is prudent for the
school board to study
opportunities for its fut-
ture needs.
"We're just investi-
gating advance plan-
ning idea,"~ Smith
said.


after the impact, -was
identified by a friend
of the family as Steven
Wayne, Degue, 36, of
Crestview. Degue died as
a result of the collision.
Prior to the impact,
Degue had been reported
heading southbound on
S.R. 85 at a "high rate of
speed." Reports stated
he was being pursued by
Crestview Police when
he veered off the road
and crashed into con-
struction equipment in


the median.
Price, had reportedly:
parked his patrol car-
across the ,northbound
lanes to block Degue'g~
path. The impact demol-.
ished the police car, vir-
tually tearing off the en-.
tire front of the vehicle.
The wreck closed both-
northbound lanes for`
several hours, reported'
the Okaloosa Sheriff's`
Office. The Florida High-"
way Patrcif is investigat-_
ing the accident.


Chamber approves
SCrestview News Bulletin Betsy Miller (Cracker Barrel Ti
Old Country Store) Vice President Direc
The Crestview Area Cham- MAC K 1
ber-of Commerce approved its Paul Palmer (Allstate Insurance Co.)
slate of officer candidates for CO./Palmer Ins. Services) Vice Te
the200-0 ficalea duin President Special Events Mer
the 00809 iscl yar uri G ail Kaltz (Okaloosa Walton Jt
the chamber's monthly break- College) Vice President P am
fast meeting this past Thui-s- Government Issues B
day. Elaine Courtney (UF Extension Aero
Pat Dingess will serve as Office) Vice President Education/ D
president in 2008-09. Health and Wellness Walte
Craig Shaw (Shaw Moving and
Officers (onle year term) Storage) Vice President Capital ClaS
Jon Kurpil (Wal-Mart) President- Improvements D
Elect (president for 2009-10) Bob Jones (Richbourg Middle Chri:
Stacy Lingenfelter-Sarikanon School) Vice President Airport .
(Arena Landfill and Sand LLC) and Young Professionals Cla!
Secretary/Treasurer Ti
Robyn Helt (Brooks and Brooks Cas~s of 2011 Memr
Real Estate) Vice President Jill Cadenhead (CCB (Rep:
Ambassadors Community Bank) Board Director- K


im Bryant (Publix) Board
ctor
aren Hardell (A Better Ledger
Board Director
om Moody (Individual
Fiber) Board Director
enni Perkins (Coastal Christian
ily Magazine) Board Director
arry Steiner (L-3 Crestview
Space) Board Director
Ir. David Goetsch (Okaloosa
on College) Board Director
SS of 2010 '
lon Larson (Rocky Bayou
stian School) Board Director
ss of 2000
im Grandberry (Individual
Fiber) Board Director
,lacing Paul Palmer)
en Hair (Children in Crisis)


Board Director

committee reports
*The Youngi Professionals
Committee now titled Profes-
sional Inspired Leaders of Tomor-
row (PILOT) will meet at noon April
14 at the Wild Olive. The commit--
tee welcomes area professionals
ages 21-41. Please RSVP by April
10.
*The Government Affairs Com-
mittee will meet 8 a.m. April 22
at the chamber. The meeting is
scheduled to feature a discussion
of "hot topics" with Crestview May-
or David Cadle.
*The Health and \N/ellness
Committee will theet May 6 at 8
a.m. at the chamber. The meet--
ing's "Meet Your Doctor" speaker:
is Dr. Charles Friehd.


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som-e go shopping, souie are just
out driving.
"All we can do is go out there
and enforce the law and when we
find people without licenses, we
will arrest them,", Long said.

UNLICENSED TO DRIVE
Typical examples of.- unli-
censed motorist citations over
the past four weeks include:
*Julius Sledge, 25, stopped
foi rnning aestoappsign,eran e t
was found his licenses had Dee-r,
suspended five times since Fety .
ruary 2002. Asked why he an,
Sledge replied, "Because my li-
cense is suspended."
*Ralph Hughes, 53, failed to
yield and almost collided with a
Crestview Police cruiser. Hughes
had an open beer container in
his truck. His license had been
Suspended in February for drunk
driving,

stopped Pattr Gr inper ble we r
light. Asked for her license, she
told the officer, "I don't have a
license. It's suspended." Green
had lost her license in January
for DUI.
*Baker resident James Jen-
kins, 25, was stopped for driving
in dense fog without headlights.
He informed the officer that his
license was suspended for not
paying a traffic citation. It was
the second time it had been sus-
pended.
*Kandace Gordan, 23, also
of Baker, was stopped for an
expired registration sticker. She
told the cnticer she knew she was
driving while her license was sus-
pntded,rbkut "ewhaheonlo dr v
who has a valid license, was with
her, Gordan said she was driving
because her mother drove too
slowly ,
Michel David, 46, stopped
fqr failing to dim his high beams
for approaching motorists, had
no identification. A check found
he had five license suspensions
and was classified by 'state ~law
enforce en cser cai ua~leTnr::


Young, 45, wrote in his report,
"Mr. 'Young is personally known to
me ~"'-brough' prior encounters not
to have a valid Florida license."
Young said he knew his license is
suspended and asked the officer
to "give him a few days to get
his...Iicense: back. I explained to
Young that his license has been
suspended since 2005 and he
has had more than a few days to
get his license back.'.
*Involved in a traffic crash,
Joseph Powell, 23, was found
to have a suspended .license.
Warned by the officer not to
drive, he assured the officer he
would ride home with his brother
But when the officer departed
the scene, witnesses said Powell
hopped into his truck and drove
off.


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Navy recruit Krista A.
Lisenby, daughter of Nancy
A. Thomps~orl of Baker and
Tex W. Woc/ds of Grand
Rapids, Mich., recently
completed US. Navy basic
training at jcruit Training
Command, dtat Lakes, Ill.
During ~e eight-week
program, Li jt~ y completed
a variety dPtraining that
included qBassroom study
and practical instruction
on naval customs, first aid,
firefighting, water safety and
survival, and shipboard and
aircraft safety. An emphasis
was also placed on physical
fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations."
This exercise gives recruits
-the skills and confidence
:they need to succeed in
:the fleet. "Battle Stations"
is designed to galvanize
the basic warrior attributes
of sacrifice, dedication,
teamwork and endurance
in each recruit through
the practical application
of basic Navy skills and
the core values of Honor,
Courage and Commitment.
Its distinctly "Navy" flavor
was designed to take into
ac iun what it means to be

Thomas P. Christenson
Army Pvt. Thomas P.
Christenson has graduated
from the Ammunition
Specialist Advanced
Individual Training course
at Redstone Arsenal,
Huntsville, Ala.
The course is designed
to train soldiers to assist
in receipt, storage,
issue, maintenance,
modification, destruction,
and demilitarization of
conventional ammunition,
munitions and explosive
components according
tdoir technical andpsae r
ammunition supply stock
control and accounting
duties using automated and
manual- procedures, and
operated material handling
equipment to maneuver
ammunition. '
Christenson is the son
of Charles and stepson of
Vickie Christenson of Laurel
Hill. The private is a 2003
graduate of Laurel Hill


school.

Adam L. Kelley
Army National Guard
Pfe. Adam L. Kelley has
graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Jackson,
Columbia, S.C.
D ring the nine weeks of
trainsp~g, the soldier studied
the Army mlssgron history,
tradition and cre values,
physiidal~fitnessAn';d received
instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
and bayonet training, drill
and ceremony, marching,
iifle marksmanship, armed
and unarmed combat,
map reading, field tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice system, basic first
aid, foot marches and field
training exercises.
He is the son of John E.
and Tina Kelley of DeFuniak
Springs. His uncle and aunt,
Lary and Thoy Kelley, reside
in Crestview.
Kelley is a 2006 graduate
of Walton Hligh School,
DeFuniak Springs.

Robert W. Copeland
Navy Seaman Recruit
Robert W. Copeland, son
kfDebrace. tC'o ede of
U.S. Navy basic training at
Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-
week .program, Copeland
completed a variety of
training that included
classroom study and
practical instruction on
naval customs, first aid,
firefighting, water safety and
survival, and shipboard and
aircraft safety. An emphasis
was also placed on physical
fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations.,,
This exercise gives recruits
yh s ellesd od sconfiden e
the fleet. "Battle Stations"
is designed to galvanize
the basic warrior attributes
of sacrifice, dedication,
teamwork and endurance
in each recruit through
the practical application
of basic Navy skills and
the core values of Honor,
~Courage and Commitment.
Its distinctly "Navy" flavor
was designed to take into


account what it means to be
a Sailor.
Copelanrd is a 2007
graduate of Baker High
School.

Jamie L. Sampson
Army Pvt. Jamie L.
Sampson has graduated
from basic combat training
at Fort Jackson, Columbia,
S.C.
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied
the Army mission, history,
tradition and core values,
physical fitness, and received
instruction and practice in
basic combat skills, military
weapons, chemical warfare
and bayonet training, drill
and ceremony, marching,
rifle marksmanship, armed
and unarmed combat,
map reading, field tactics,
military courtesy, military
justice system, basic first
aid, foot marches, and field
training exercises.
She is the daughter of
Alan Sampson of Crestview,
and sister of Lawrence
Sanchez of Manhattan, Kan.
Sampson is a 2008 graduate
of Crestview High School.

Jeremy DDHCMc )ghli"

has-joined the United States
Army under the Delayed
Entry Program. The
program gives young men
and women the opportunity
to delay entering active duty
for up to one year.
The enlistment gives the
new soldier the. option to
learn a new skill, travel and
become eligible to receive
as much as $50,000 toward
a college education. After
completion of basic military
training, soldiers receive
advanced individual training
in their career job specialty
pto st being assigned t
station.
The recruit qualifies for a
$15,000 enlistment bonus.
McLaughlin,~ a 2007
graduate of Crestview High
School, will report to Fort
Leonard Wood, Waynesville,
Mo., Edr basic training in
April 2008.
He is the son of Thomas
and Kathy McLaughlin of
Crestview.


Air Force Airman Kyle
Cisco has graduated from
basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas.
During the six weeks
of training, the airman
studied the Air Force
mission, organization,
and military customs and
courtesies; performed
drill and ceremony
marches, and received
physical training, rifle


marksmanship, field
training exercises, and
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training
earn credits toward an
associate degree through
the Community College
of the Air F~orce.
He is the son of Melanie
Cisco of Crestview and
is a 2007 graduate of
Crestview High School.


The Laurel Hill City
Council has released the
agenda for a public hear-
ing and the regular meet-
ing. They begin at 7 p~m.
on Thursday in the Coun-
\il Chamtber at City Hall.
I. Call to order
II. Prayer and Pledge of


Allegiance ,
III. Open public hearing:
1. Ordinance 301
2. Ordinance 302
3. Ordinance 303
4. Public comments
5. Close hearing
IV. Open regular meeting
V. Public comment
VI. Minutes of March 13


and 27 meetings
VII. Reports
1. City attorney
2. Mayor
3. City manager
A. Status re ort
VIII. Old business
IX. New Business
X. Approve payment of
bills


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 2008


the guy said he forgot
he had. The deputy sub-
seqluently found rolling
papers, a bottle of metha-
done, and a case with an
oxycontin tablet in it.
The guy explained the
pot and rolling papers
were his. He was taking
the meth and oxycontin to
friends.
Instead of visiting his
friends, he visited the
county jail on charges of
possession of marijuana,
possession of parapher-
nalia, and two charges of
possession of a controlled
substance.

Pump Rage
Mad that a local gas
station has a pre-pay pol-
icy for gas, a 31-year-old
DeFuniak Springs lady
showed just who's the
boss by hopping in her
green Kia minivan and
driving off with the nozzle
of the gas pump still in her -
fuel tank port.


When the woman
stopped to remove the
nozzle she tore off the
pump and toss it to the
ground, the store manager
obtained her tag number.
The Crestview Police
got her phone number
from the Walton Sheriff's
.Office and called her.
"She responded that
she knew she damaged
the fuel pump and should
have stopped, however
she was very irritated at
the time."
Ah, that excuses her.
Well, not really. .
She was still received
criminal charges for leav-
ing the scene of an acci-
dent with more than $50
in property damage.

Family Values
While visiting Crest_
view, an unmarried couple
from another state took
turns watching the two
children who were tray-
eling with them at a lo-

held May 13 at 5:30 and 6
p.m. diving the SAC and
PTO meetings.
KINDERGARTEN
REGISTRATION: If your
child will be five years old
on or before Sept. 1, please
register him or her from
April 11. .
You mnay also enroll your
children in the Summer
VPK program if they turned
four years old on or before
Sept. 1 last year. Register
during the regular school
day at the school zoned for
your child's neighborhood.
You must provide proof of
Florida residency and other
information. Call 833-9333
for details. *
SENIOR CIRCLE
EVENTS: RSVP two days
before the events listed
below to attend by calling
689-8409. SC = Senior Circle
Classroom, at 127-A E.
Redstone Ave. in Crestview.
Yoga takes place every
Tuesday morning at 8:45
a.m. in the SC. Line dancing
takes place every Tuesday in
the WC at 10 a.m.
April 10, 11:30 a.m., _
monthly luncheorfat the
Airport Road Church of
Christ.
April 14, noon. Brown
Bag and Game Day. .
April l6, noon: Shoal
Creek Crafts in the SC.
April l7 and 18, 9 a.m.
-1 p.m.: AARP at DeFuniak
Springs in the Methodist
Church.
April 17, 7 a.m.: Isle of
Capri trip. Park in NOMC
back lot.
AARP TAX AIDE: is the
largest free volunteer-run tax
counseling and preparation
service for income .
taxpayers, with special


cal motel, while the othe%
went boozin' at a nearby
bar.
Around 3 a.m. they gbt
rowdy. She hit him. He
picked her up and threw'
her off the bed in which
the kids were sleeping:
Then be picked her up and
threw her across the othei
bed.
Then he kicked over the
ice chest.
Then tihe kids woke up.
When Cresiview Police
arrived, summoned by the
woman's 911 call, officers
sorted out the situation.
The guy was, too drunk
to~offer much help, but it
was determined she ha~d
smacked him first.
Off she went to the
clink on domestic violence
battery charges. Because
the guy was too drunk ib:
mind the children, police~
called the a use hotlime~2
and the Dep~artment of
Children and Families wais
Dispatched to the scene. ~~

attention to those age 60
or older. Volunteer as a tax
assistance counselor and/
or a leadership coordinator
by calling 1-888-OUR-AARP
or visiting wwwv.aarp.org/
taxaide.
LOW IMPACT
AEROBICS FOR SENIORS:
The Senior Centp~r at Old :
Spanish Trail Park on
Stillwell Blvd. in Crestview *
is hosting low impactt
aerobics every Monday froxix
9-10 a.m. A$5 feeapplies. l
Call Tammy at 682-0647
for details, and feel free to :.
pic~k up a calendar for other';
activities at the center. :~
LIBRARY BOOK CLUlB~
Friends of the Crest~view
Library are looking for
members for a new book
club. An organizational
meeting will be held in the ;
near future. For detaiils, call;
Library Director Jean LewisQ
at 682-4432. :

OKALOOSA COUNTYi
AC'I/SA~T WORKSHOP::
A registration and postmarlor
deadline of April 29 has
been set for the May ACT ~
and SAT workshops.
Students will need to bring
calculators; snacks, drinks .
and other materials are
furnished.
The workshops will be :
held at Fort Walton Beach
High School's Media Center.
Hours are 2:15 to 4:15 p.m.
on May :3 to 15 and May
19-21.
If you have any
questions, contact Alice Hart
via e-mail at Amhartl966@~
aol.com or by cell phone at
(615) 585-2401. You may also
contact your high school
Guidance Department.


beer in back seat.
Deputies had to physi-
cally wake up the teen,
who admitted he had been
drinking alcohol, but had
no recollection of driving
on anyone's lawn.
He was arrested for
criminal mischief and pos-
session of alcoholic bev-
erages by a ~person under
21.
Who said drinking
doesn't stunt youngsters'
intellect?

Oh, "That Stuff
Finding a 36-year-old
Crestview man uncon-
scious in a parking lot, a
deputy checked to make
sure he was OK.
~Asked "if he had any-
thing on him that would
get him in trouble," the
guy said no and gave the
deputy permission to
check.
SIn the guy's' shirt pocket
the deputy found a plastic
bag of marijuana, which


$1,000 in damage to the
coachwrork and earning
herself itn arrest for crimi-
nal mischief.
Bet next time they visit
in his car.

The Donut King
About 4 a.m. a 19-year-
old Crestviiew guy drove
his black pick-up on aresi-
dent's yard and allegedly
proceeded to do donuts,
causing about $100 in
damage to the sod.
Four hours later, Sher-
iff's deputies found the
truck with the driver
passed out in the front
seat, and a partially con-
sumed 24-pack of light


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More tales of interesting
incidents gathered from lo-
cal law enforcement agen-
cies' arrest reports.

Smashed
So there they were,
just being friendly while
parked in her new Chevy
Aveo four-door, when his
girlfriend pulls up behind
them. Uh-oh-
Oooo whee, is Girl-
friend ~royally peeved. The
21-year-old Crestview girl
takes out a hammer and
begins whammin' on Mis-
sy's Aveo, causing about


from noon to 3 p.m. Poker
run drawings will be held at
3:30, 4, 4:30 and 5 p.m. The
event inchides a poker swap
meet.
For show information,
contact Mike Thurman at
428-1161. To be a vendor, call
Frances Gautney at 689-1007,
and to participate in the
swap meet/yard sale, call
Danny Tate at 682-6632. .
BLOOD DRIVES: for
the Northwest Florida Blood
Center include: Sunday
April 6 First United
Methodist Church, 599
Eighth Avenue, Crestview 8
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for more
information on these drives.
HEALTHY WOMAN
SEMIN`AR: on organ and
tissue donation will take
place Thursdayr, April l7 at
6 p.m. at Woodlawn Baptist
'Church in Crestview. Guest
speaker is Dennis Stewart,
MD. A light dinner and door
prizes will be provided. To
make a reservation, call Jane
Lindenberg at 689-8846.
DMS SELLING
MEMORIAL DAY SIGNS:
The bow-shaped, two-
fieet-tall ribbons are being
painted by students at
a donation of up to $15.
Most of them will be
painted yellow but can be
customized to promote
breast cancer awareness or
Other memorials. Almost
any name or phrase can
be added at the donor's
request.
Monies will help sponsor
an overnight field trip to
Montgomery, Ala. Call
Patrick Humphrey for
details at 758-0282. Supplies
donated by Lowe's & Wise
Equipment in Crestview.


GYMNASTICS &
CHEERLEADING FAIR:
April 26 at Crestview
Community Center on
Commerce. Free to boys and
girls ages 2-12.
Session A for 2-3 year
olds: 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Session B for 4-5 year
olds: 11-noon
Session C for 6-7 year
olds; 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
Session D for 8-12 year
olds, 1:30 to 2:30.
Only 50 children allowed
per session. Preregister by ~
April 23 via fax number
(850) 654-7389 cir via
e-mail to usgolddestin@
earthlink.net. Visit www.
usgoldgymnastics.com for
details and a registration
form.
OSTF YOUTH FISHING
TOURNAMENT:for
children ages 2-13 Sunday,
April 27 at Twin Hills Park
at 1 p.m. Preregistration
suggested. Registration
ends at 12:30 on April 27. A
treasure hunt will be held
April 28 through May 3rd, or
until the treasure is found.
The anmial Old Spanish
Trail Festival Carnival will
be held from April 29 May

WALKER SCHOOL
ADVISORY COUNCIL:
Members are being '
nominated for the SAC for
the 2008-09 school year.
The council is composed
of community members,
parents and teachers and
helps with development and
implementation of the school
performance plan.
If you are interested in
filling the vacancy, contact
the school by Friday, May
2. For SAC details, call
.689-7220. Election will be


From staff reports

BAKER
BAKER FIRE
DISTRICT BOARD OF
COMMISSIONERS now
meets the first Thursday of
each month at 7 p.m. at the
Baker Area Public Safety
Building, located at 1375
19th St. in Baker. The public
is encouraged to attend. If
you have any questions,
please call 537-2487.
LOCAL RELAY TEAM:
Baker, Blackman and Holt,
you now have a Relay for
Life team. To add your
support to the effort, call
305-6131 or 537-8516.

CREST VIEW
APRIL '12 GIVEAWAY:
Community Outreach
is hosting a giveaway of
clothing, shoes, etc. at the
corner of Martin Luther
King Jr. Ave. on Saturday. It
begins at 7 a.m. For details,
call Mjrs. Catherine Dortch at
682-6287 or Mr. James Pate
at 682-3147.
HAPPY: HOMEMAKERS
HCE CLUB will meet
Thursday, April50 at 9:30
a.m. on hurricanes at the
Agricultural Building on Old
Bethel Road in Crestview.
Bring a friend. For details,
call Nita at 682-3118.
MONTESSORI
CHILDREN'S OPEN
HOUSE: April 10 from 5
p.m. to 7 p.m. at their 1374


E. Chestnut Ave. address in
Crestview. Children ages
2-5 are accepted as long as
they are potty trained. Call
682-3869 for details.
WALKER SPRING
CARNIVAL: April 11 from
5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Pre-
sale bracelets are $15 in
advance and $20 at the door.
Individual tickets will be
available that night.
SCOUT-O-RAMA ,
APRIL 12: Saturday from
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the FWB
Fairgrounds. The public is
invited to see what scouting
offers through games, crafts,
demonstrations, and more.
Admission is a canned good
donation for the local food
pantries. Once inside, all -
activity booths are free.
The opening ceremony
is at 9 a.m. and will include
a few words from Col. Bud
Day and special guests. Food
is available for a nominal
fee.
CLASS OF '88
REUNION: is being planned
for Crestview High alumni.
Contact chsalumnil988@ ,
yahoo.com or call 689-1282
for details.
SPANISH TRAIL
CRUISERS BENEFIT
CAR SHOW: to honor the
Crestview Fire Dept. and the
Okaloosa EMS will be held
April l9, with registration
from 8 a.m. noon for the car
show, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
for poker fun registration.
Show cars will be parked


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Inrwin Eugene Walters Jr.,
W/m 07-28-1949, 6'01" 285
pounds Brown Hair Hazel
Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of
Cocaine & DUI. LKA: Destin


Matthew James Kalvkiewicz,
W/m 10-10-1968, 5'10" 198
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes.
Fel: Grand Theft Auto. LKA:
Niceville


Eric J. Dupont, W/m 07-25-1953,
Brown Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
GrandTheftAuto.LKA:Crestview.


Jamil Mahdeen Hampton, B/m
04-17-71, 5'10" 200 pounds
'Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Distr. Of Cocaine and Resisting
Arrest. Suspect is known to
carry ~a firearm. LKA: FWB













Juan Manual Gallardo, H/m
02-01-1978 29 years old, 5'10"
170 pounds Brown Hair Brown
Eyes. Fel: Giving False Name
to Law Enforcement. LKA: FWB


Matin Duran Macias, H/m
05-16-1968, 5'02"1 165 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
FTA-Meth Trafficking, Poss. of
Contr. Substance, & Poss. of
Narcotics Equipment. LKA: FWB


'Dominique Lawrence White,
W/m 02-27-73, 6'01" 174 pounds
Black Hair Dark Eyes. Fel: VOP-
FalselImprisonment. LKA: Destin


Crestview News Bulletin 1 A7


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 2008


Brent Anthony States, W/m Christina Lynn Norman, W/f
DOB: 07-24-1972, 6'04" 195 11-07-1983, 5'04" 115 pounds
pounds Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel.
Fel: Fraudulent Use of a Credit Poss. of a Controlled Substance
Card & Grand Theft. LKA: FWB without a Prescription


James Thomas Litchford, W/m Fred William Gumaer, W/m
DOB: 10-31-1984, 5'10" 195' 04-19-1967, 6'03" 190 pounds
pounds ~Black Hair Blue Eyes. Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
Fel: Robbery without a Weapon Failure to Coniply with the
& Aggravated Battery. LKA: Registration Requirements of
FWB


The photo at left and the two above pictures are suspects wanted
in connection with theft of laptops from Destin Wal-Mart on Jan.
10, 2008.


Dechiquia Deron Lewis, B/m
DOB: 04-27-1983, 5'10" 240
`pounds Black Hair. Brown Eyes.
Fel: Several Narcotics Violations.
LKA: FWB


Robert Wesley Miller, B/m DOB:
03-05-1983, 5'06" 170 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Home Invasion Robbery & Grand
Theft


Jorge Joaquin Gomez, W/m
06-21-62, 5'06", 250 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Grand Theft & Fraud. LKA: Baker


Dennis Raymond Lewis, B/m
10-15-1971, 6'01" 217 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:,
Several Counts of Grand Theft.


Ricky Joe Hawkins, B/m
10-29-1974, 5'08", Black Hair
Green Eyes. Aggravated Battery
with Great Bodi ly Harm.LKA: FWB


Jason D. Jones, B/M, black hair,
brown eyes, (06-06-78), 6 ft. tall,
175 Ibs. Violation of probation
on original charge of arson.


Mark Edward Pow, W/m
01-17-1970, ~6'O2" 185 pounds
'Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel: VOP-
Poss. of Cocaine. LKA: FWB


Jermaine Desmond Lee, B/m james Maurice Reed, B/m DOB:
DOB: ~05-28-1986, 5'10" 170 06-13-1981, 5'11" 180 pounds
pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes. Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fe~l:
Fel: Robbery & Aggravated DWLSR/Fleeing & Eluding Law
Battery. LKA: FWB Enforcement. LKA: FWB


Herbert Eugene Morgan,
W/m 03-11-1945, 5'08"
Browin Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
Grand Theft. LKA: Destin


:James Rodney Pitts, W/m .DOB:
.12-12-55, 6'O2" 165 pounds
:Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
::Attempted Possession of a
SFirearm by a Convicted Felon


William Andrew Pugliesi, W/m
10-07-1965, 6'O2"180 1bs. Blonde
Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Aggravated
Battery & False Imprisonment.
Aliases of Andy Rhose or
William Rhose.' LKA: FWB


Donald Lawrence Sco#t, W/m
06-09-72,, 5'08" 132 pounds
Brown Hair Blue Eyes. Fel:
VOP- Possession of Controlled
Substance. LKA: Crestview


Derrick Bernard Thomas, B/m
09-14-1966, 6'04" 190 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: FTA
- Failure to Register as a Sexual
Offender & Resiting Arrest
Without Violence. LKA: Chipley


Daniel Carlos Medina, W/m age
unknown, 5'08" 180 pounds
Black Hair One Brown Eye &
One with a Bluish Tint. Fel:
Aggravated Battery with a
Firearm. Considered .armed
& dangerous. LKA: Crestview


Salvador Martinez Rodriguez,
H/ml12-10-1961,5"9" 180 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel:
VOP-Poss, of False ID, Battery
on ~Law ~Enforcement Officer


:Ronald ;lustiniano Rivas, H/m
:DOB: 09-04-1981, 6'02" 200
:pounds Black Hair Brown Eyes.
Fel: Battery. LKA:Sh'alimar


Mohammed Samir Qureshi,
H/m 10-11-1974, 6'03" 200
pounds Black Hair Brown
Eyes. Escaped from Eglin
Federal Prison in October 2003.


Talena Joe Cox, Wlf 01-13-72,
5'01" 100 pounds Blonde Hair
Green Eyes. Fel: VOP-Poss. of
Controlled Substance & Poss.
of Paraphernalia LKA: Laurel Hill


Valerie Moreno, H/f DOB:
09-19-1986, 5'02" 135 pounds
Black Hair Brown E'yes. Fel: Prin-
ciple to Carjacking, Principle to
Battery on Elderly, Burglary &
Larceny


Guillermo Hernandez, H/m DOB:
02-25-1975, 5'04" 170 pounds
Black Hair Brown Eyes. Fel: Car-
jacking, Batter~y on Elderly, Bur-
glary & Larceny


At left:

inorumtion on the
burglary suspect
shown here, please
contact Crime
Stoppers.


If you have information about these
individuals, please contact Emerald Coast
Crime Stoppers at (850) 863-TIPS (863-8477)
or toll-free at 1-888-654-TIPS. Callers remain
anonymous while still receiving cash' rewards
up to $1,000 for information that solves crimes,
leads to the apprehension of wanted fugitives,


or results in the recovery of stolen property or
illegal narcotics. Crime Stoppers is a non-profit
organization that relies on citizen donations..
No taxpayer dollars are used in the reward
fund. Donations may be mailed to Emerald
Coast Crime Stoppers, Inc. at P.O. Box 2335,
Fort Walton Beach, FL 32549.


CRIME STOPPERS


,.1, Fugitives wanted by Emerald Coast Crimestoppers


Emerald Coast Crirnestoppers


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 2008


FROM THE 1LT GM nroon in
GM ls DESK
Jason,,, Moble CrE1eStview home


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just as strong on our.Web site as we
are on our print side.
I am also interested in getting
heavily involved in our community.
I have recently joined the North
Okaloosa Family YMCA board, the
Professional inspired Leaders of
Tomorrow (PILOT) organization
and will be very involved in
the Crest-view Area Chamber of
Commerce. I am always interested
in learning more about other
organizations. Please let rite know
when your next community
meeting is and I will attend. I wish
everyone a strong and rewarding
2008.





Brian Hughes



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Let's chat some more about
chatting.
The Crestview News Bulletin
Web site, crestviewbulletin.com,
includes a feature that allows
readers to post their comments
about local new\S StolrYe.
On the posltive side, these .
~forums allow~ anyone to say
Anything about anyone. The forums
can 'serve as,;a coirmtiunity chat
Room w~er.everyone can have a
.~oice About importer t community
tcipics.
On the negative side, these
forums allow anyone to say
anything about anyone. The
forums can serve as a haven for
anonymous potshots where the
accused never get a chance to
confront their accusers.
A fine line exists to separate
constructive criticism from personal
attacks.
S"I vehemently disagree with the
editor's column because research
shows his conclusion is foolish," is
constructive criticism.
"II vehemently disagree with the
editor's column because he is a
Stupid idiot," is nothing more than
a personal attack. .
We get them both,
We're not going to delete any
of the ideas expressed in our Web
comments. (We will edit out bad
lariguage, but not bad ideas). The
idea of a newspaper practicing


censorship isn't appealing.
We do ask those who wish to
contribute to our community's
online conversation to use the
forums to post ideas that can
benefit the area. -
If you agree with a topic, tell us
why.
.If you disagree with a topic, tell
us why.
If you just want to use the
forums because you can call people
names and then hide behind a
screen name, we would prefer you
stay away.

Thanks to Laurel Hill City
manager Tim Boldue for taking
notice of a question I posed in my
"Passing Shots" blog.
The Laurel Hill City Council, at
Bolduc's recommendation, recently
consolidated three outstanding
loans to take advantage of lower
interest rates.
I wondered online if the city
could have paid off one of the loans
(due to expire in November) and
consolidated the other two.
"The November loan was interest
only and therefore l0.0 percent of the
loan would come due. We must be
aware of the current economy and
not deplete any reserve we might
have by paying it off it," Boldue _
Responded.
Boldue also answered some other
issues raised by citizens.


Visit the Passing Shots blog at
crestviewbulletin.com.

I ask the community to join
me in welcoming Jason Mobley
as the new general manger of the
Crestview News Bulletin.
Jason has served as the
newspaper's interim general
manager since December and
proven himself more than worthy
of the job.
I also ask the community to
keep former News Bulletin general
manager Kelly Humphrey in its
thoughts and prayers.
Kelly continues to be on a leave
of absence.
Kelly held the newspaper
together through some very trying
times in 2007.
Many people before me did the
tough construction work to build
up the Crestview News Bulletin.
(I just get to have fun with the
interior decorating).
Kelly definitely is one of the
people who did the tough work
to~make the Crestview News
Bulletin a better place and a better
newspaper.
Thank you, Kelly.

Kyle Wright is the News Bulletin
Editor. Contact him at 682-6524,
or e-mail kylew@cres tviewbulletin.
com. Visit the Passing Shots blog at
crestviewbulletin.com.


niee is a sampnng of toat people had to say apot 0l
recent north Okaloosa County news topics. Commhents
were! collected fromi Florida Freedom Newspapers dnd -
Web sites.

Topic: Cresiview Mlayor David Cadle proposes
changes to the city's special events policy,
including a provision that would prohibit
throwing of candy at parades.
The problem is twlo-pronged. First of all, the float
participants are TOLD to throws the candy as far as
possible to avoid having it land in the road or close
to the float. When a float is moving, yIou havle to
throw it pretty hard to get it far enough out so that
it doesn't land on the road. ... Wie got threatened a
couple times about not throwing it far enough b!
the police. This wouldn't be nearly the problem it
is if the people weren't SO close!!! The spectator
at the Crest view parade w~ere DANGERO3UL;L
close to the floats. The streets whelrle its held are
NOT wide enough. We could barely wvalk alongside
the float without mowing down the crowd. The
location needs to be changed desperately.
I wvas in the FW2B, Niceviille, and Crestvie\"
parades and the situation at the Crestview~ parade is
dire. They're wvay too close and someone is going to
get run over. The candy injuries are ju1St a Sympnrtom
of that much larger problem.

The problem here is that in our sue-happy
society, if someone gets hurt they will sue the
entity most likely to be able to come up w~ith a big
settlement, which is the city in which the parade
took place. The city. is Simply protecting itse~lf. 11
a lawsuit wvere to occur, I can almost guarantee
you there would be a bunch of people whining
WMhy didn't you put a stop to the candy throwing
BEFORE this child got hurt? Nowl we have to pay!,,

Please, Government! Save us from our selvles?!!
Next mandate: To ensure equal enjoyment for all
parade attendees, each attendee w\ill be given the
same amount of candy, plastic cups. 10~-irnt to!ys,
and beads. Each float participant that neglects
the needs of the attendees w\ill be fined $500O per
infraction.

You'vle got to be kidding me. ... People also get
hurt doing all kinds of mundane things. Should
we outlawv bonfires because people have gotten
burned? ShoulId be outlaw. hi king because some
people fell down a mountain? Come on, this is
'getting out of control. If' you' re afraid you or !our
kids w~il be hurt by flyiing candy, then stand in the
back, or watch from y~our car

Topic: Cresiview Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q
closes
Well, maybe it had become a popular meeting
place, but th~e quality. of the food had taken a pretty,
serious dive the last tw~o or three years. The last
couple of times my family ate there, it wvas terrible.
So I see no great loss here.

I have must been dining at a different restaurant
other than the one people are talking about. I ate
at Sonny's every week at least once a we~ek. I ha~e
never received bad service nor bad food. I have
been there during rush hour and at'the slowvest of
times. Not only will I miss the restaurant, but I will
miss the longtime staff and friends that provided
me with fun and excellent service I have received

Topic: Man who passed through Crestview on
cross-country walk gets backpack stolen in Mossy
Head
He has wvauled from San Diego, CA, apparently
trouble-free, practically~ on the last stretch of
his journey, only to get ripped-off in the Florida
Panhandle! Gives the ol' heart such a sense of pride
in our area!

He probably made up the story, looking for the
bleeding hearts to raise moneyr and give him a
handout. Here's the answer ... join the real world
and get a job ya bum!

WaVint to addr to thre Hubbub? Sendi your thoulgh~s
onl nni northr Okaloosa Countfy lewT(S topics to
kylew!;l~cretst;i llrileutirletncom or post a commrlent~ at
crestriewlbulle'hn.orn


I wanted to introduce myself
as the new general manager for
the Crestview News Bulletin. It is
bittersweet since Kelly Humphrey
was such a strong pillar in our
community for many years. I want
to ask that everyone keep Kelly in
their prayers.
I have been proud to call
Crestview home for the past four
years. I love watching our small
community grow in leaps and
bounds. My mission is to help the
Crestview News Bulletin to grow
alongside our community.
In the past three months, Ihave ~
had a chance to meet with many of


our beloved readers and advertisers.
I know the Crestview News Bulletin
is a strong brand in our market, and
we are always looking for ways to
serve you better. If you have any
suggestions on ways to improve our
content, advertising, circulation and
Web presence please email me at
jasonm~crestvYiewbulletin. com.
You will find that we will be.
heavily Web-focused in the coming
months. We are tasked with
updating our Web content daily at
crestviewbulletin~com. Kyle Wright,
Our editor, is planning to run
various contests on our Web site in
the coming year. We plan on being


forward!

We're fortunate to have a mayor
who is so good at building bridges
between different groups that don't
always see eye to eye. Keep up the
good work!

'Happy first anniversary tos our
wonderful mayor! Mr. Cadle truly
cares about people and making
changes for the good of our
community.

What a wonderful man. Mr.
Cadle is the best, he listens, he finids
solutions and he actually makes
changes for the best of our city. We
could not have asked for a better
Mayor, or friend! I have to give him
an A. I can't imagine this city with
anyone else.


We asked readers atres tviewbulletin.
com to grade Crestview Mayor David
Cadle's first year in office.. Twenty
of 29 voters on our online poll gave
the mayor a thumbs-up grade as of
Monday morning. Here is a sampling of
comments posted onlour site.

This mayor sure is visible in the
community. Bravo for a great first
year, Mr. Mayor!

,Mr. Cadle has ignited a
renewed enthusiasm for Crestview
government and it directly shows
in the increased professionalism of
city employees and the wonderful,
positive press for the city. ... I am
Encouraged and pleased with how
Mr. ~Cadle has approached issues
and encouraged dialogue and action
in" an effort to move Crestview


Brian Hughes
Reporter


Jason Mobley
General Manager


Amanda Kosche Ann Spann
Graphic Artist Photographer


John Parrott
Military News


Denise
Cadenhead
SReceptionist


Randy Beard
Account
Executive


Jeremy Cadle
Account
Executive


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Renee Bell Robert Skelton
Community News Distribution


Greg Allen
Production
Manager


Randy Dickson
Sports Editor


Sherrie Stanley
Receptionist/
Circulation Asst.


Opinion & Editorial


A commentary

011 comments


PASSING

SHOTS
Kyle Wright


Bobby Barkley
NWF-LA
Hook & Trigger


Kyle Wright
Editor '


Melissa Ted~der
Office Manaiger


Heather Gann
Accourit
Executive








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particularly in smaller
shops, markets and small
pensionzes where the ven-
dor or proprietor may not
accept credit cards.
The catch, of course, is
making sure your debit or
credit card works abroad.
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High School chorus on its
recent trip to London, the
accompanist visited his
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before departure to assure
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In the film Charade, Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn met here at the historic
American Express office in Paris. With traveler's checks being phased out, you
no longer need to visit here to cash your checks without check cashing fees.


can avoid the exchange
fee the issuing bank tacks
on by asking if the charge
can be made in dollars.
*Know the value of the
foreign currency against
the continuously falling
dollar. The British pound
is almost twice its value.
The Euro is worth about
$1.60. Visit www.x-rates.
com/ calculator.html be-
fore you leave to get an
idea of how the poor ol'
dollar is doing. Remem-
ber to allow for conver-
sion and exchange fees,


While the buck is tak-
ing a trouncing, it's still
possible to enjoy Europe.
(And there are many won-
derful places to visit right
here in the U.S.A.) By
minding where you shop,
eat and stay, you can have
an enjoyable trip without
breaking the bank.
Just make sure you take
a few important steps be-
fore you leave to avoid
suddenly being cashless.


cards. Know your credit
card PIN code before you
leave.
*The stored-value card
has taken the place of the
traveler's check. Essen-
tially, it's an ATM card
that you load before you
leave. You can also use it
as a credit card, and can
reload it while you travel.
A trusted issuer is AAA
Travel.
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cepted in many places.
In larger stores, such as
London's Harrod's, you


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New online
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users like you and me to
use our Web browsers as
tools instead of ordinary
browsing software. Web
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into an application that
can be used for word
processing, playing
games and even photo
editing and sharing. .
Flickr (flickr.com)
is a very popular Web
site aiming to help
users organize and
share images online.
Many professional
photographers and
graphic designers
hold Flickr accounts
and include their
Flickr address in their
portfolios.
At Flickr, setting up
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painless. Once your
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new people. These sites
do allow users to share
photos privately or
publicly, but lack the
tools and organizational
features that help Flickr
and Photoshop Express
stand out.
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the Internet evolve thanks
to Web 2.0 technologies.
Marty of the tasks we
perform or cannot
perform due to lack of
software on our home
computers we will soon
be able to do online.
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rodeo board of directors
member Bill Barnhill said.
"Harry Bryant, our stock
contractor, just got back
from Oklahoma, andl he
bought some new bulls
that are pretty bad."
Barnhill said the event
will include all eight
components of rodeo~ -
bareback brone i~iding,
saddleback brone riding,
calf roping, ladies break-


away roping, team rop-
ing, bulldogging, barrel
racing and bull riding.
Jim Poole returns as
the rodeo announcer.
Also back is clown Rudy
Burns, who will keep fans
laughing between events.
Barnhill is expecting
competitors from as far
away as Oklahoma and
Texas.
History tells Barnhill
the fans are drawn to the


rough and tumble events.
"They like a lot of ac-
tion," he said. "They like
good roping, they like
bulldogginlg a lot of
the contact things, I guess
you can say where people
might get hurt.
"They always enjoy the
clown and his act. That's
always a big draw for the
kids. And the calf chase is

See RODEO B3


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER It's that time
of year when people from
across the area will gather
at the Baker Arena.
The 19th Old Spartish
Trail Rodeo is coming to
town Friday and Satur-
day, with plenty of thrills
and spills to whet the ap-
petite of every rodeo fan.
,, ,s going to be big-


BASEBALL
Baker 13, Pensacola
Christian 2; Baker 6,
Pensacola Christian 0:
Baker's offense had
plenty of production and
its pitching was superb in
a sweep of a District 1-2A
doubleheader this past
Thursday.
Will Locke and Brian
Feick earned the wins on
the mound, and PGA had
just three hits combined.


the plate, going 5-for-6 in
the two games and scor-
ing four runs. Josh Yost,

and scored during the first
game. Brandon Henderson
scored three times between
the two games.
trhe Gator n -13 3Le5n
on Tuesday.

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SOFTBALL
Laurel Hill 6, Freeport 4:
Adeana Reeves was
3-for-3 and Jessica
Gartman and Brittany
Baggett each had RBI hits
in a three-run sixth inning to
lift Laurel Hill past Freeport
on Friday.
.Jordan H-owell had three
hits for Freeport in the los-
ing effort. Lora King had
two hits and drove in two
runs, while Curstin Buford
tallied two hits for Freeport.
Laurel Hill played
Crestview on Tuesday.

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BOYS
WVEIGHTLIFTINIG
A trio of Baker weight-
lifters -turned in state-
qualifying performances on
Saturday at the Sectional
1-1A meet in Panama City.
Cameron Domangue
finished second in the 169-
pound class with lifts t~otal-
ing 555 pounds.
Billy Whatmough took
second in the 183-pound
class with lifts of 585.
Dustin Harlan punched his
ticket to state with lifts to-
taling 575 in the 238-pound
class.
Crestview's Matt
Sanders, who finished
fourth in last week's
Sectional 1-2A meet, also
qualified for tthe state finals

Embry Riddle University in
Daytona .Beach.

LOCAL GOLF
Foxwood Sunday
Low rano 6Moser, Archie
Perez, Ferrell Sasser, Bobby
Kilpatrick -16
2. Tony Petrea, Linc
Hochmuth, Gail Zwirblia,
Bob Zwirblia -11
3. Michael Bouchard,
Donna Bouchard, Tim
Stanley, Alan Parsons, Leon
Cunningham -9
4. Rance Harrell, Tracy
Bonham, Will Bonham, Jerry
Devoy, Jim Fisher -9

Get updates on
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Schedule
Baseball

South Walton at Baker,
Thursday at 6 p.m. (V)

Baker at Vernon, Friday at
6 p.m. (V/)
Crestview at Fort Walton'
Friday Beach at Friday, 6
p.m. M
Laurel Hill at East Hill,
Friday at 6 p.m. M

Softball
Cleveland (Ohio) at
Grestview, Thursday at 3
p.m. (JV), 5 p.m. (V)

Louisville, Ky. at
Crestview, Friday at 3 p.m.
(JV), 5 p.m. M )
SLaurel Hill at Ponce de
Leon, Friday at 1 p.m. (V. .
Baker at Pleasant Home
tournament, Friday, TBA M

Middle school tennis
St. Man/'s at Richbourg,
SThursday 3 p.m.

Davidson at Destin'
Thursday, 4 p.m.

Middle' school track and
field
Ruckel, Davidson at
Richbourg, Wednesday

Davidson, Lewis at Pryor,
Wednesday,

Middle school golf
Liza Jackson at
Davidson, Thursday
3:30 p.m

Richbourg at Meigs,
Thursday, 3 p.m.

Davidson at Destin,
Thursday, 4 p.m.

Track and field
The Baker track and field
team will be competing in the
District 1-A meet at Jay tbday.
The Gators will be conripet-
ing with nine other schools
including local rivals Paxton,
Rocky Bayou Christian and
'Freeport.

Boston butt fund
raiser
The BAYA is holding a
Boston butt fund raiser. Cost
is $25 apiece. The meat will
be cooked by Uncle Bill's
in Crestview. To purchase a
ticket, see a BAYA ballplayer
or stop by the BAYA ball-
park. The teams that sells
the most tickets will receive
a free pizza party. Tickets
are on sale through April 11.
Pick up the Boston butts
April 18 at the ballpark.

YMICA Activities
7 Healthy Kids Day, April 12
I 0 a.m. -1 p.m. All ages are
17elcome.
: Sixth annual Swing for the
y Golf Tournament May 9, 1
p~m. at Adara Golf Course.
Membership drive April
For more information on
all these activities, please
contact (850) 689-2999/ Fax
~::(850) 689-8798or by e-mail
a t noymca~ecymca~org

iblay Day Golf
tournamentt
On April 11 Foxwood
County Club Wyill be hosting
4 Tee Off for the American
Heart Association. The event
will start at 11:30 a.m. and
fete off will follow at noon,
: registration is $55 for
non-members and $45 for
members. Registration fee
will include green fees, cart
andr deadline is April 4
For more information please
contact Cindy Halsey/Donald
Kearny/Ruby Wellman at


See NOTES B3 I


Baker s Combest savors

playing for her mother

Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

PANAMA CITY Saturday was a day of
firsts and a last for Baker's Chelsea Combest
as she played in the Freedom All-Star Clas-
sic at Gulf Coast Community College.
It was Combest's first game at what will
be her college basketball home the next two
years. It also was her first time to play with
the college shot clock.
The last was a little more emotional. The
game marked the final time Chelsea would
play for her mother, Kathy, who coached
this year's West squad.
Chelsea didn't have a big game. She
scored just two points, well below her av-
erage of 16 points a game. However, she
showed the same defensive tenacity and
leadership that made her one of the best
players in the area.
The biggest thing: the third-team Class
2A All-State selection was able to walk off
the floor with Kathy as a winner. The West
All-Stars won 74-59.
"I would have liked to have played bet-
ter," Chelsea said. "But it was a lot of fun
out there today, and I'm glad we were able
to come out with a win.
"She and coach (Herb) Haddock (of Pax-
ton) did a good job."
Chelsea has been a fixture on the Baker
basketball team since she was an eighth-
grader. She has also played for Kathy on the
Gator volleyball squad.
Some players might feel pressure play-
See COM BEST B3


Andrew Wardiow/The News Herald
Chelsea Combjest (#5), of Baker, shoots for two during the
Freedom All-Star Classic in Panaina City on Saturday.


Laurel Hill's Reese shines as West wins big


come, Reese, the Daily News'
small school Player of the Year,
should be a force when the
takes the floor for the Com-
modores at Gulf Coast next
season.
"I liked it out there," Reese
said of his first game at GCCC.
"It wasn't that bad.
"I just try to do the best I can
everywhere."
Going into the game, Reese
was confident the West had a
good shot at wining. Just how
big was somewhat unexpect-
ed.
"Yeah, I thought it was going
to be a better game than that,"
he said. "We just came out and
played good and played to-
See REESE B3


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

PANAMA CIT Jeffery
Reese seemed as much at home
on the basketball court at Gulf
Coast Community College on
Saturday as he has in the Laurel
Hill gym the last four years.
The Hobo star stood out
with 18 points, eight rebounds
and two blocked shots as the
West All-Stars took a 96-74 win
in the Fourth Annual Freedom
All-Star Classic.
Reese's statistics weren't too
far off the 23.6 points, 10 re-
bounds and four blocks a game
he averaged during his senior
season.
If Saturday's performance
is any indication of what's to


Andrew Wardlow/The News Herald
SThe West team's Jeffery Reese of Laurel Hill
takes the ball to the basket
in Panama City on Saturday.


sports seem to become secondary.
~Spring football across the state
kicks off three weeks from Thurs-
day on May 1. Teams can go in full
pads and start hitting May 5.
Spring practice concludes at
the e~nd of Muay. With the Okaloosa
County academic calendar pushed
back, local teams will actually be
able to get a month's worth of work
on t~he gridiron before school gets
out for the summer.
There's something special about
spring practice that goes beyond
the things that happen on the field.


Yes, spring practice provides a
chance for players to knock the rust
off. It's also the perfect opportunity
for coaches to install new offenses
or defenses.
However, my best memories of
spring practice are those of bond-
ing with my teammates. In our
youthful innocence we did some-
what crazy things. Those things
might seem mild by today's stan-
dards, but it was as far as many of
us would push the envelope in the

See SPECIAL B3


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletfin

There's an old saying that the
two favorite sports in the South are
football and spring football.
You won't get any argument
from this old lineman.
Yes, I enjoy watching a baseball
game on a warm spring evening.
There's nothing like watching a
baseball game while munching on
hot dogs and peanuts.
Yet when football even spring
football is in the air all other


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
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd~nwfdailynews.com


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What you've been missing on the field:


Amanda King tags the bag for an out at first base during
the Laurel Hill-Freeport game this past Friday.


Laurel Hill's Katelyn Free was the winning pitcher in the Hoboes' victory over Freeport this past Friday.


Above, Deidra Harrison throws the ball to first base during
Laurel Hill softball action.
At right, Laurel Hill's Allicia Griggs catches the ball at home
plate for an out against Freeport.

Photos by ANN SPANN
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Jon Lyons went 4-for-4
with a homer and two RBis
for Laurel Hill against
Rocky Bayou.


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"Ir know she isgoing to move on, and I w~ant her to
7/207 On, but I'll miss her, K athy said, 'but she's

going to be ju~st ow~n t~e roa "


going to be done."
Chelsea couh;1n't narrow her
favorite memories down to one
or two moments.
"It was great going to state
(in basketball) my eighth-grade
year," she said. "And then all
the district wins were fun shar-
ing them."
As another senior class
heads into the world on and
off the basketball floor, Kathy
was thankful for the opportu-
nity to be a part of the group's
last high school game.
"It was great," Kathy said.
"I've coached a lot of these
kids since they were in the fifth
grade because of the AAU pro-
gram, and having them and her
(Chelsea), it was just an honor
for me.


down the road."
Chelsea played volleyball
and basketball for Kathy, and
she's been an All-Area selection
on the Gator softball team.
Kathy takes most pride in
something beyond Chelsea's
athletic talents.
"She has a no-quit attitude,"
Kathy said. "She's not afraid to
try it or do it, and she is able to
achieve things you don't think
she'll be able to because of her
size (5-foot-5).
"She minds real well. She
just kriows when I say it, it's


that as a coach.
But as a daughter, any time
you can go to work and your
kid is in the same place and on
the same team, you are shar-
ing so much more with them,
and it's been my pleasure to do
that. "
Kathy embraced the all-star
practices with Chelsea as their
relationship enters the next
phase of life.
"I know she is going to move
on, and I want her tot move on,
but I'll miss her," Kathy said,
"but she's going to be just


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RODE
COntinued from B1

always a big hit with the
kids."
The Baker Area Rec-
reational Association
sponsors the rodeo. The
expenses are paid for by
~sponsorships and ticket
sales.
Some of the profits go
to sponsor youth leagues
arottid Baker. Most of it
goes to maintain ahd im-
prove the arena.
"We are always look-
ing at ways to improve
it," Barnhill said. "We are
installing a new sprin-
kler system in the ceiling
of the arena and 20 new
stalls..
Barnhill h~as seen the
success of the rodeo from
the beginning.
"I wouldn't say that
I've been surprised by
our success, but I've been
very pleased," Barnhill
Said. "They've had rode-
os going for more than 50
years in this area. There's
the big one in Bonifay and
the big one in Pensacola,
but we've been able to
compete pretty good with
our rodeo.
"We've always ranked
in the top five in the
Southeast, and frequently
we've been ranked the
number one rodeo of the
year.
When the lights come
on in the arena Friday
night another year of the
association's work will bd'
on display for all to en-

jo"We have to work on
for several months get-.
ting things all together
and bringing them to-
gether at the same time,"
Barnhill said. "It's like
conducting an orchestra.
You have to coordinate all
the advertising and the
parking with the sheriff's
department. You have to
g everyth g aeady t

banners up.
"It's just something
that you start working on
several months in advance
and bring all together this
Friday and Saturday."




con.Eu d fro B1

mid-1970s.
One year, we gave a
teammate a red belly with

hotyn hm bwi abtleli
tape.
It wasn't the nicest thing
to do on his birthday.
If the coaches werd upset
bthece ib thday ceilebradao
one coach walked by and
saw "J.R." leaning against
the fence and wished him
a happy birthday.
I never did find out who
helped J.R. out of his little

traas it mean? Maybe,
but when you get right
down to it, nothing says
love to a football player
like the other guys giving
him a hard time.
More than Friday nights
and cheering fans, playing
football is about being a
part of something bigger
than one's self.
When you are on a foot-
ball team (or any other
team for that matter) the
me becomes we. No ath-
lete not Michael Jordan,
Peyton Manning or Alex
Rodriguez has ever
won a championship on
his own.
SThere is a place for ev-


eryone on the team to con-
tribute in some way.
The passing years have
a way of teaching us that
who did what under~ the
Friday night lights doesn't
matter so much when you
are 40 or 50.
The most important
thing is to have been a part
of a team. Spring practice,
with the endless grass

wee tedms nae brit Itt
well as the memories that
last a lifetime'.


REESE
continued from B1

gether and were atyle to winl pretty
big.
Joining older broth-er Br~ad
Should help make the transition to l
Sthe college game a little snoot~her.
"I'm looking forward to a lot,"
SJeffery said.-"I'm- very h-appy to be
:playing with (him) again."
SReese thinks the fast-paced
:2 style the West team used is similar
Sto what he'll~ experience at the col-
f: lege level. That suits him just fine.
"I like getting up and down the
:floor," he said. "I'm looking for
ward to playing that style of ball."
Reese is aware of the pounding
his body will take during the lon-
ger college season. He understands
he has some work to do before he
arrives at Gulf Coast in the fall.
He's confident in his talent on
the floor, but he knows there are
Things that will help him off the
floor.
"I need to get bigger and stron-
ger," he said. "And I'm going to
have to be in god shape.hi h

School career he just wants to leave
mp gacsi ple le c.
::"I hope they'll remember I was
:~pretty good I was alright 1
::was a good player," he said. "And
:~that I wasn't a bad person when 1
,Qwas on the court.


U B nMB I .
continued from B1

:..ing for a parent, but Chelsea em-
braced the opportunity.
"It feels good because I got
to experience a lot more than
other kids because I've had my
mom and my coach there," she
said. "It's been fun, and I'm
going to be sad when I don't
have her on the sidelines any
more."
As good a player Chelsea
has been at Baker, it might be
.her leadership Kathy misses
most next season,
"She has always been an
extension of me on the floor
-- taking over and coach;-
ing," Kathy said. "She's been
our primary ball handler for
five years since she was in the
eighth grade.
"I'm going to miss her like


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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Monday, April 14,:
2008 at 6:00 P.M., at a Regular Council meeting in the Councilj
Chamber at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview,
Florida, the City Council of the City of Crestview proposes to:
adopt Ordinance #1393 which is set forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1393
AN ORDINANCE .ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 0.30-a- ACRE OF CONTIGUOUS
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 26, TOWNSHIP 3 :
NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED AS
SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING
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AMENDMENT TO THE BASE, LAND USE AND ZONING
MAPS; PROVIDING FOR A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
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CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF OKALOOSA COUNTY,
THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER' OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
ESTATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING
ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY- AND
PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The 0.30 acre parcel to be annexed by Ordinance 1393 is.
identified in the Okaldosa County's Property Appraiser's Office
by parcel identification number 26-3N-24-0000-001 8-0020.
Said 0.30 acre parcel is located in Section 26, Township 3 North,
Range 24 West, at the western tip of the City of Crestview,
Sprayfield on Arena Road. The parcel's location is shown on
the map labeled "Ord. 1393" in this advertisement.
Copy of the proposed ordinance and complete legal.
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by the public and interested parties, and interested parties
may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to the
proposed ordinances.
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*Trim brush and
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units to prevent airflow
obstruction;
*Remove grass
clippings, leaves and other
debris from outdoor coil;'
*Replace indoor the
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A qualified service
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but homeowners can take a
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their systems are running
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"One of 'the most
effective steps consumers
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they'll get the efficiency
they paid for is to contact
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to check their system's
refrigerant charge and
operating safety controls,"
Gordon said.


Special to the News Bulletin

Warm temperatures are
around the corner and
so is th~e potential to throw
awyay money. Consumers
can't afford to ignore
their air conditioning
equipment. Inefficient
equipment and potentially
costly home cooling
problems could equal
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"Proper care of cooling
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which saves money and
helps avoid costly repairs,"
said Thomas Gordon of
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you cool without wasting
your money."
Consumers play a vital
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cooling systems operate
at peak performance to
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It's important to realize
operating a dirty unit can
cause unnecessary~ loss of
efficiency and can damage
the unit.
"A few minor steps.
are a small price to pay
for thle high efficiency,
which means lower energy


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Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Mayson Bettis, is a
resident of the Crestview
Manor who loves to paint
and is slowly decorating
the halls with her art
work.
Bettis, a native of
Brewton, Ala., began her
art work by just messing
around at home, but had
the opportunity to take
lessons while living in
Nebraska.
"I took a pastel class
and just fell in love with
it said Mayson. "I've
been lucky enough to sell
sonme of my work and I've
given a lot away. I won't


ever stop painting," she
added.
With the encourage-
ment of manor activities
director ~ o Griest, Bettis
will soon begin teaching a
class in acrylic and pastel
for other residents at the
manor. Griest is also in the
early stages of planning
an arts and crafts show,
where manor residents
will have the~ opportunity
to showcase their many
talents, including painting,
embroidery, cross-stitch
and crochet.
Bettis has been a resident
of the manor since Tanuary.
"I highly recommend this
place, they take really good
care of you," she said.


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Mayson Bettis is pictured with one of her favorite
pastels currently hanging in the Crestview Manor.


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daughters-
Ouidy's hobby in the past
was cake decorating. She
enjoys participating in spiritual
activities, playing bingo and
special events. She has a special
friend who visits often.
Parthenon Healthcare of
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Month.


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March. -
Ouida was born on June 6,
1919, in Florala, Ala. She worked
in the sewing factory and also at
Pensacola Naval Air Station.
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Lead and Copper (Tap Water)
Coppr (tp waer) JunSep orrosion of household plumbing systems;
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Jan-Dec RAA MRDLG
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Haloacetic Acids
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analyze to 1 billion parts by weight of the water sample.
Maximum residual disinfectant level or MRIDL: The highest level of a disinfectant
allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of disinfectant
is necessary for control of microbial contaminants.
Maximum residual disinfectant level goal or MRDLG: The level of a drinking
water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health.
MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial
contaminants.
Initial Distribution System Evaluation (IDSE): An important part of the Stage 2
Disinfection Byproducts Rule (DBPR). The IDSE is a one-time study conducted by
water systems, to identify distribution system locations with high concentrations of
trihalomethanues (THMs) and haloacetic acids (HAAs). Water systems will use results
from the IDSE, mn conjunction with their Stage 1 DBPR compliance monitoring data,
to select compliance monitoring locations for the Stage 2 DBPR.

The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes,
streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs, and wells. As water travels over the surface of the
land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in' some cases,
radioactive material, and canl pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or
from human activity.

Contamirnants thrat many be present in source water include:
(A) Micr~obial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteliri, which may come fr~om
sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricul~tural livestock operations, and
.wildlife.
(B) Inorganic conztamninants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally-occurring
or result fr~om urban storm~water runoff industrial or domestic wastewater
dischal~ges, oil and gas production, mining, or farmling,
(C) Pesticides and herbicides, which mayr~ come from .a variety of sources such as
argriculture, urban stor-mwater- runoff and r-esidential uses.
(D) Organ~ic chemicalcontaminan~ts, includingsyntheti'caLndvolatile organic chemicals,
which are byt-products of indstr~ial pr~ocesses and petroleum production, and can
also comnefr~om gas stations, urrban stormnwater- rnoff and septic systems.
(E) Radio ctive contaminants, which can be naturally' occurring or be the result of oil
and gas pr-odurction and mining activities.

In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, the EPA prescribes regulations, which limit
the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The Food
and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled
water, which must provide the same protection for public health.


We're verly pleased to proviide you wiith this year's Annulal Water Quality Reportl. We
wvant to keep, you informed about the ecec~llent water and services we have delivered to you
over the past yenr-. Our goal is and always has been, to provide to you a safe and dependable
supply of drinking wate~lr. Our w\ater- source is ground water from 2 wells. The wells draw
from the Flor~idaln Aqu~ifer:. Because of the extcellent quality of our water, the only treatment
requir-ed is chlorine for disinfection p~urposes. If you have any questions about this report or
concerning your water utility, please contact Wanda Patterson @ 537-5121. We encourage
our. valued customers to be informed about their water utility. If you want to learn more,
please attend any of our regularly scheduled meetings. They are held on the 3"' Monday in
each month at 7:00P.M 4Lt the Baker Water System Office. We are pleased to announce
that our drinking water meets all federal and state requirements.
In 2004 The Department of Environmental Protection performed a Source Water
Assessment on our system. The assessment was conducted to provide information about
any potential sources of contamination in the vicinity of our wells. There was one potential
source of contamination identified for this system with a moderate susceptibility level. The
assessment results are available on the FDEP Source Water Assessment and Protection
Program website at www.dep.state.fl.us/swapp or they canl be obtained from Baker Water
System, Inc. at 537-5121. In 2005 the potential~source of contamination (in-ground fuel
~:tank) was removed.
t Baker Water System routinely monitors for contaminants in your drinking water according
to Federal and State laws, rules, and regulations. Except where indicated otherwise, this
report is based on the results of ottr monitoring for the period of January 1 to December 3 1,
2007. Data obtained before January 1, 2007 and presented in this report are from the most
recent testing done in accordance with the laws, rules, and regulations.
In the table below, you may find unfamiliar terms and abbreviations. To help you better
understand these terms we've provided the following definitions:
Maximum Contaminant Level or MCL: The highest level of a contaminant that is
allowed in drinking water. MCLs are set as close to the MCLGs as feasible using the
best available treatment technology.
Maximum Contaminant Level Goal or MCLG: The level of a contaminant in
drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs
allow for a margin of safety,
Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers
treatment or other requirements that a water system must: follow.
Picocuiie per liter (pCi/L) measure of the radioactivity in water.
"ND" means not detected and indicates that the substance was not found by laboratory
analysis.
Parts per million (ppm) or Milligrams per liter (mg/1) one part by weight of
analyte to 1 million parts by weight of the water sample.
Parts per billion (ppb) or Micrograms per liter (pg/1) one part by weight of


Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably
be expected to contain at least small amounts of some
contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not
necessarily indicate that the water poses a health risk.
More information about contaminants and potential health
effects canl be obtained by calling the Environmental
Protection Agency's Safe Drinking W~ater Hotline at
1-800-426-4791.

Thanky~ou for allowing us to continue providing your fam ily
w~ith? cleanr, quanlity wavter- this yeat: In order to maintain
a safe and dependable water supply, we sometimes
need to make improvements that will benefits all of our
customers. These improvements ar-e sometimes reflected
as r'ate str-ucture adjustments. There is a rate increase
scheduled for October 1, 2008. The Burdget committee is
pr~esently, discurssingo it and will soon? decide on how much
th~e increased rate will be. Yourr help and cooper-ation
concerning water conservation effor-ts will help preserve
our1 w~ater supplyl~ as well as help with the amount you pay
for water: We wourld like to r~emnind you, we have several
brochw-es and booklets inl our ofice explaining water
CONSer~vaoNOR HeaSur~eS. COme by, an~dpick one up at your
CONVen~ienCe.

Somre people mnay be more vulnerable to contaminants
in2 drintking water than thte general population. Imtmuno-
comlpromrised persons such as persons withr cancer
undergoing chremoth~erapy, persons wh~o have undergone
organ transplants, people woitht HIV/AIDS or other
immu~rne system disorders; some elderly, and infants can be
particularly at risk froml infections. These people should
seek advice about drinking water from their health care
providers. EPA/CDC guidelines on appropriate means to
lessent thte risk of infection by Cryptosporidium and other
microbiological contaminants are available from the Safe
Drinking Water Hotline (800-426-4791).

W'e at Baker Water System, Inc., would like you to
understand th~e efforts woe make to continually impr-ove the
w~ater- treatmnent process and protect our water. resources.
PVe ar~e comm~itted to in~suring th~e quality, of your water: If
you have anyz questions or concerns about the information
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130 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
17-3N\-23-24900063
OCO0 Opening Bid:
of dsac.id rper~per bein
Okaloosea Stae of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to

will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008-
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
~By:Dni~d el uk

04 608
04 308
04 008

Legal # 100354
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


holder of the following
certificate, has filed sai
certificate' for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
et s assse ad the h
description of the prop-


Legal #100357
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

itticea rnheleby sive
holder of the followuin
certificate, has filed saii
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name mn which the proD
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1907 of
2005 Assessed to: David
E Ericson
Descr~~ii fio: Ganie Bch
Parcel ID#:
02-2S-2-1 006-0001-
~~0040 Opening Bid:
Al o'f ad p ~pe being
Okaloosa, State, otFlor-
ida
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
scriedh in h'e ce fiicate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's office at
the' Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
mah ar Floridan at


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)N W. HOWARD
ERK OF THE CIRCUIT
)URT
KittyCSims
puty Clerk
162008
232008
03/082008
gal #100341
OTICE OF APPLICA-
ON FOR TAX DEED
rticse is hereb given
It Ete iln s
der of the followa
tificate, has filed sai~
tificate for a Tax Deed
be issued thereon. The
tificate number and
ar of issuance, the
me in which the~po
y is assessed and rh
scr option of the po
I sas follows- ro
rtificate # 1408 of
02 Assessed to: John
'r or
s cr tion- Cresiview
rcel ID#:
-3N-23-24900057


'of sad beinbia
.aloosa, State ofFlor-

less the certificate is
seemed according to

l be sold to the highest
ider t the front door
the Clerk's Office at
Oktaloosa County
urthouse Annex,
alimar, Florida at
:00 a.m. on Tuesday
ly 13, 2008.
ted this 2nd day of
ril 2008.

ENKW iFHCOOWRTR
Daniel Luke
puty Clerk
!908
08
08
/3/08
gal #120020
IN THE CIRCUIlT
COURT OF THE FIRST
UDICIWl CIRCUIT IN
.AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTYY FLORIDA
IVIL AdfON CASE
NO.:
i-2008-CA-000727
DIVSION:
ELLS FARGO BANK,
intiff,


CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL AdflON CASE
NO. 08-DR-313
IN THE MATTER OF THE
ADOPTION OF:
A Minor Child
AMENDED NOTICE
OF ACTION NOTICE
OF PETITION FOR
ADOPTION BY
GRAj~NDoPAREN TS
AND NOTICE
HEARING
TO: ANGELA DENISE
HILL (Description:
a-3;race- Caucasian;
har oor ron ee
col,'lor- brown hight
5'6", weight 125)
You are notified that a
Petition For Adoption By
Grandparents has been
filed aanst you, seeking
termination 0ayparen-
tal rights and Yob~ligaons

child born on July 25,
2002 in Memp is, Ten-
to servenese Ya copy of your
written defenses to It, if

and address are:
ROBISON R. HARR~ELL
ADOPTION CENTER,
Clifford Drive, Shalim~ar,
Florida 32579 and file
the original with the
Crkof Court, Okaloosa
County Courthouse, 101
James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview, Florida
32536, on or before
May 7, 2008. If you fail
to ao so, a default judg-
ment will be taken
against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
There will be a hearing
edn s dd petihti30n 28
dyof Ma,2008 at
Time) before geTer-
rance R. Kec at te
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: 3/27/2008
DON W. HOWARD
By fny Grdner



04/23 08
Legal # 100335
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICAIANLDCFROCRUIT IN
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASC NO.
07-CA-1257-C

GAAN EATD FINAMNOCRE
INC., a Tennessee corpa
ration
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN R. PRICE .an
un-remarried 'man
CHUCK W. STINSON,
sin :THle mn; ESTATE Oa ~
C THS L PRNTICE L


Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. On Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
B :Dan~iel Luke, Deputy

04 908
0 /608
0 %308
0 /008
Legal # 100347
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


erty is as follows:
Certificate # 19 of 2005
Assessed to: James G
and Susan Oliverio
Description: Valparaiso
P/C 6 lot 1 Blk 7
Parcel ID#:
05-1S-22-256F-0007-
0010 Opening Bid:
$1 953.54
All of said property beina
in the `Count 07
Okaloosa, State of Flor
ido .


UINDA NORRIS, et al,
Defendant(s) .
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LINDA NORRIS
LAST KNOWN AD
DRESS: 413 ODIN LANE
#D
FORT WALTON BEACH,
FL. 32548
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER
AND AGAINST TH
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT(S) WHO ARE
NOT` KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSES,
HJEIRS DEVISEES
OTHER CLAIIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
O ljALOdSA Pl Count y,
Florida:
LOT 12, BLOCK B
CANTER BUR
OGODSO T COR -
THEREOF ON FILE IN
PLAT BOOK 8, PAGE
53, IN THE OFFICE
OF THE CLERK OF
THE CIRCUIT COURT
OKALOOS
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
has been filed against
yOu and ybuo ur ae c~requiored
written defenses, if a
on or before ~May
2008 on FloridaDeat
Law (;roup.P.L., Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address
is 9119 Corporate Lake
Drive. Suite 300, Tadmpa,
Florida 33634, andfle

ice on Plaintiff's attorney
or immediately thereafter
Otherwise a default will
(be neerreediefagd son d
in th'e Complaint or peti
tion,

hsednotice sh ch be pej
0o w consec tve





Don W Howard
Clerk of Court

A ~ty iClerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
tes At persons Diithabdis
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic.
Phould c~~bpontacP Aminis-
trati n aid10ElaJames Le.
view F. 32536-35rl5.
85 689-500 00 nExten- e
sion 7497, prior to the
r;oeedin or0 shalimar


,-~p~fslq~~


Notice is hereby niven
that Neptune 1 LLS, as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sa d
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year ol issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty/ is assessed and the
description of the prop
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 592 of
2005 Assessed to: Rob-
ert M & Patricia J John-
son
Descri tion: Bea NW
Cor of NE1/4 o NE1/4
E422.5 ft S 273 ft E
741.64 ft S 30 ft
W741.64 ft S 148 ft W
223 ft N 61 Deg W
121.65 ft S49 De9
W416.56 ft N24De
W125.03 ft W305 F
N202 ftN1~6P0Deg
W87.2 ft N5. t
E308.4 ftN50De9
E233.2 ft E167.9 ft to
Beg as OR 855-267 &
26Ex part sold OR
1488-627
Parcel ID#:
08-3N-22-0000-0001-
020 Op~ening Bid:
I'2s~ai dp perl bein
in the 'C0unfy 09
Okaloosa, State of Flor-'
ida.


Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to

will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse ''Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
.April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
B :Daniel Iuke, Deputy

0 %608


Legal # 100344
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby g ven
that Pluto 1 ftC, as
~hle f ath fol0
certificate' for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, te
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop.
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 118 of
2005 Assessed te: H H &
S Schaub
Description: Caribbean
Village 1-C Lot 7 Blk A
Parcel ID#:
23-1 -22-4760-000A-
0070 Opening Bid:
$6,501.37
All of said prprybein
in the bn oi
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
s bedth~ Ph 2fic t,
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
`he b k loaO eunalyt
Sai ar, F oriduda at


d200d .h 2nd day of

CENK OFHCOO TSD
okapniel Luke, DeputY
04 908

04 308
Legal #. 100345
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby niven
that Mars 1 ELC- as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed' said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
crtifica e sns be, atd
name in which the prop.
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop
Cre ti tcolbws:303 of
20 5L As elsto: Tim
derson & Regina H
Forbes
Descri tion: Eastwood
5th Add lot 7 Blk H
Parcel ID#:
00-2S-22-071 6-000H.
0~7A Opening Bid:
sL978.47
;4 o"f said PrSope beingn
Okaloosa, State ofFlor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
s2Gedth~ nh P~rcidt
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 at.m. on Tuesday
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
Daniel Luke, Deputy

04 1608
0 /308
0 /00

Legal # 100346
OOTNCE OR PDPELECDA-

Notice is hereby niven
that Saturn 1 ,L as
holder of the follow in
cetfhctefr TxdDe d
to be issued thereon. The
crtific te is ,e atd

nam sna which the d ro
descripton of the prop.

etyv Isa ws 0 Jod
el5Asesedi ttoneb dg

Hareel ID#:
520S-22-1 430 HH-ic:

n t'haeid r er bein 9
Okaloosa, State o~f Flor-
ida.

Uenbsmted accodn t

will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex'


Notice is hereby given 10:00 audm. on~ Tuesday, Unl
that Neptune 1 ~LL ,a a 3 08 e
holder of the following ~1,00.raw
certificate, has filed said Dated this 2nd day of scrl
certificate~ for a Tax Deed April 2008. will
to be issued thereon. The bid
certificate number and DON W. HOWARD of
year of issuance, the CLERK OFCOURTS the
name in which the proP By:Daniel Luke, Co
erty is assessed and the Depputy Clerk She
description of the prop 10:
erty is as follows: 04/0 08 Ma
Certificate # 1185 of 04 1608
2005 Assessed to: Clar- 04/2 08 Dal
ence Sr & Savannah Tate 04/3 08 Apt
Descr ~tion: 417.5 ft SQ
in N/4 Cor NNW1 4 of Legal #~ 100359 DO
part sold NOTICE OF APPLICA-:
?arsel ID#: TION FOR TAX DEED
203N-23-0000-0112
-0000 Opening Bid: 0
2,34.06Notice is hereby iven 0
II f aid property being that Venus 1 iLC as 0 ,
in the Cony holder of the following 0
Okaloosa, State of Flor- certificate, has filed sai%
ida. certificate for a Tax Deed Le'
to be issued thereori. The
Unless the certificate is cetificate nbe ad
redeemed according to cr enme t
scrae inhe c fct name mnwhc dhe.drohP J
will be sold to the highest erty is assessed hand te
bidder at the front Jdoor secrip io" of e prop-
of the Clerk's Office at Cti icto # 2590 of C
the Okaloosa County 2005 A sssd :
Courthouse Annex, Ronald D iseSszne oC 46
Shalimsr, Florida at Graham "ne
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, D srition Lot 8 Parish W
May 13, 2008. PtecionW
Parcel ID#: 21-2S-25- N
Dated this 2nd day of 0000-0002-008 Pl
April 2008. 0880 71.20 ening Bid: vs.
DON W HOWARD6


CLERK OF COURTS
B:PDua il Lke,


04/30/08

legal # 100355
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that Venus 1 LLC, as
holder of the followvin
certificate, has filed sai
certificate for a Tax Deed
erbb isstueed therbcm. Th
year of issuance, the
name in which the DroP-
erty is assessed ani the
description of the prop-
Ce't ficatfol wsl629 of
2005 Assessed to:
Charles M & Hilda
Zeitner
Deseniption: Partin Brooks
S/IT Lot 10 Blk 5
351S124-1 980-0005-ID:
0100 Opening Bid:
$5,677.31
II of said pr~erbein Q
Okaloosea State of FI r-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law the ortd-
scribed in h eiiae
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front00or
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Dnied l Lue,

0 /608
O42 08
0/0 08
Legal# 100356
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


Unless the certificate Ntc hPeg
ris Notice is hereb Iven
redemd ccrdngto that Venus 1 t9as
law the rh~opert de- holder of the following
scrlied mn hceicae rtificate, has filed sai
will be sold to the highest crtificate for a Tax Deed
bidder at the front door to be isd theon Th
of the Clerk's Office at crissuae nmerbon.
the .Okaloosa County cert ica,,, e oe he
Courthouse Annex, year 9.isb ,t
Shalimar, Florida atname in dhcted pro
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, erty is assessed tand t
May 13, 2008. descr ptio~er iras bl e Prop-
ret ifase ow935of
Dated this 2nd day of c05atse sd to Ho
April 2008. 20d0 A ese trg o:a How-
DON W. HOWARD Descrbptin 0 t E2. & W
CLERK OF COURTS SWCo of B 479 tiS
B :Daniel Luke, Deputy Sf W CcCor NW1/4 of
8erk SE1/4 E 688 ft SW
040 08 ~o 1H 12 5tf W 6 5
041 08 13P 40&B
0 08 ~541.5 fS & 125 ftEo

OLegal # ]00348 S 2. ftE 5ftW 6.

TIOO FEOR TAXDEUECDA -3 -2 3-0000-0 03 4
Notice ~ ~ 0 Ie %2.3Opening Bid
ico a trnheleby~~ ivn28adpr perlybein
holder of the followun Okaloosa, State of Flor-
,ptfiaehras iexd seaed ida.
to be issued thereon. The Unless the certificate is
certificate number and redeemed according to
year of Issuance, the law the Pr~oPerXt de-
name in which the prop- scrilbed inhecricae
erty is assessed and the will be sold to the highest
deseniption of the prop- bidder at the front door
Ce~t icaste 712 of tohe thOkCI ksa COeunt
2005 Assessed to: Tim M Courthouse Annex,
Clark Shalimar, Florida at
Descri tion: Com SE Cor 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
of SE /4 N56.99 ft to May 13, 2008.
122.N81271 82043.5 4W Dated this 2nd day of
to N RN SEly alg RWY April 2008.
315.65 ft to curve Ey
alg curve 329.3 ft to DON W. HOWARD
curve 1014.7 ft to POB CLERK OF COURTS
693-378 ID:Daelniel Luke, Deputy
304-22-0000-0008DO0 rk
210 Opening Bid: 0 /908
5084.83 0 /608
1of said property beina 02308
Okaloosea, State of Flor-08
ida. Legal # 100352
Unless the certificate is NOTICE OF APPLICA-
redeemed according to TION FOR TAX DEED
scruidh Pnh ce ificate
will be sold to the highest Notice is hereby given
bidder at the front door that- Venus 1 1C, as
of the Clerk's Office at holder of` the followvin
the Okaloosa County certificate, has filed sa d
Courthouse Annex, certificate for a Tax Deed
Shalimar, Florida at tb be issued thereon. The
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, certificate number and
May 13, 2008. year of issuance, the
Dated this 2nd day of art is aswscbthed r thP
April 2008. description of the prop.
DON W. HOWARD Cert fi stfol w1028 of
CLERK OF COURTS 2005 Assessed to: Jake E
d:Daoniel Luke, Deputy & Julia Phillips
erk ~Description: Cresiview N
~25 Ft of Lot 52 Blk 9
04 0908 Parcel ID#:
04 1608 17-3N\-23-2490-0009.
04 2308 52A Opening Bid:
04 3008 1,794.41
1.egal#100349 in oiftsheid pr~ereinog
NOTICE OF APPLICA- Okalloosa, State of Flor"
TION FOR TAX DEED idal.


inl OtS~' P io~~enoS LESHAWN HALE, et al,
Okaloosa, State of Flor- OTfedCE ACTIO


heeee accrdn dt TO: LESHAWNWNHALEA
"Ge a ope fi DRESS: 412 WOOD-
il dbe sal t thie higdhao LNRD PASRTKHCIRCLE
of the Clerk's Office at 3U5R T DRES
tC urthokale0s Aontyx UNKNOWN
Shalimar, Florida atAN ADALUN
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday' KNOWAND PARIES
May 13, 2008' CLAIMING BY
Dated this 2nd day of TAHNRD UAGINST TH
April 2008. HEREIN NAMED IN-
DON W HOWARD DNTUlWDEEND
CLERK OF COURTS ANOTIS NWNO BRE
yv:Daniel Luke, DEADKOW OR ALIE
DeputyClerkWHETHER SAIDUN

8 TA TCLASM ANOUIN-
042 /08 HEIRESS DEVISEES
04/ 0/08 GRA TEES ORIS~
OHRCLAIMANTS
e e LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
| a4o CURRNEONWN. ADDRESS:

Leat# 12 9 YOU ARE NOTIFIED than
Leg # 2001 n action to foreclosed
IN THE CIRCUIT mortgage on trb follow
CUO CRA OCI EUIT dL p County,
AND FOR FLOT 2, LOK
OKALOOSA WOO~DLA~NBD PA~RA
COUNTY FLORIDA ESAS ACOD
CAS O.. ING TiTHE PI.AT
08D143CDVISONTHEREOF AS RE-
SAMNTH ANER-CORDED IN PI.AT
SAMNTH ANER-BOOK T10, PAG~E 5
SON, 28 OFTH PU
Petitioner, REt0RDS OF
and OKALOOSA
and COUNTY, FLORIDA
JASON D'WAYNE AN- has been filed against
DERSON you and yu -are required
Resondnt.written defense if anv
NOTICE OF ACTION 08,' obefr daM fau
FOR DISSOLUTION Law8 Gou ,lrd P.aLi
OF MARRIAGE Plaintiff's attorney whose
(Nam ofResond-address is 9113' Co a~
TO:(Nam of RYespnd rte Lake Drive, Sru to
ent JASON D'ANE 300 Ta~ IFlorida
AN ES O 33694 anmdoI the.orgi
(Rdeondnt' lat kow"nal with this Court eith1e
ADR SUktate Nip) before service on
YOUARE NOTIFIED that Pitiff' at onev or im-
an action has de filed merwse a dhefaulter 11 b
against yi danto serveyou terws e die adoud wilb
copy o~ our written de- hColanortto.
nses any, to it on This notice shall epb
er Samantha Anpdersi dne nh~
~osen~d adress isw 480 weeks in the Cresiview
"g5 n oRd Crestvie News Bulletin. WITNESS
bdianK 1 200 tmys hand and hh seal of
the elerk oe thi s9 uri dt of April, 2008.
dcl 'kal a Don W. Howard


sevce Lon Peti 'oner o lrd eal o
immed aiely thereafter. Iforda ef La
dlful Ia so, a 201 Tampa, Florida
tefe aultt ay een 33622-5018
ranedthea e f dMPORTANT
maned epeti In accordance with the
noies ofhyll court d e eoc cn wt iisad
tr erts r, a th a abl OIlt emonle dingtos ciial
aoutthe fCle. rcu pa Phte din this proceeding


tN CurenmA is o tin nd97 lo0h iae
Yo ut Aepr dsue Cle AN 5 47IPR

rfte k rcui ourd t' the abiites neein special


ments andres information umber50 (890)65- 9
Failure tiCo dompl can re-tAc 5i"797 rior to the rcei
suitin ancion, iclu- PP 9

inw dismisa or95. u tikng 04/0 dnc 2008 t
0ur plead ingths. 04/1u 2008aswthDsoii


PICE and al U -
KNO N BENEFICIAR- IMPORTANT
IES HEIRS, AND DEVI- In accordance with the
SEES OF THE ESTATE OF Americans with Disabili-
CYTI L RC a/k/a ties Act, p rsonis it qer-
Defendant ned special raccm-
RE-NOTICE OF SALE onthis poceedn ac pld,
contact Court AN ministry.
Notice is hereb ~vn tion at 1250 N. E lin
that pursuant to F orida Parkwy Shali FII.
Statute 45.031 (2) and 32579 ;tleharnum.
the final idgement en- ber 50-651-7~497 pro
tered in the above men- to the proceeding ,p. r
tioned cause in the Cir-
cuit Court of Okaloosa 04/02/08
County, Florida, I will sell 04/09/08
the situated in ~d
OkaoroaerounyFlor. Legal # 100342


aU escrIV~ e s:
Beginning at a PRM
stone n feHS rn ,
and Lakeview Ave
and being 525 ft.
Southerly and 30 ft.
Easterly from the
NW corner of the
NW 1/4 of SW 1/4
of NW 1/4 of Sec-
tion 14, Township 3
Worth, Rang nn3g

fpett wih theliSouth
La review Ave. to
iron stake in the East
r he of way tihne of
Northern.: 34 hncfeet
with said right of
ay oB, Haan ig ee
sIBs ckil,5 inclu
Lots I to 6d inclusive

khih wa eno con
veyred to the Couu n
Ws tahn dededd to
County for road.

atpublec bale toit e hi h
cash, at the south front
dC %ty C ur hookealolo8
E. Jame Leea Blvd., 1 t
am C.D.T. on the 24th


td e sal fth Crta o
March 28, 2008.

rON.o o.HOWARD
B: KttyC kis




Legal #100336
IN THE CIRCUIT
CUODUNA CTRHCEU RSNT
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTlON CASE
NO.:


Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to Notice is hereb given
edwthe nhpety rFi tha tdNeptn I'LC 14 vi
wili be sold to the highest certificate, has filed sai
bidder at the front door certificate for a Tax Deed
toh the Cl rk's) Offc eu t er tsueed therbcm. Th

Sh71th use FodAnnei year of i cuha the
10:00 a~m. on Tuesday,' ery a sse sdanr
May 13t, 08 d day pior of dCe i prop-

April 2008. 2005 Assessed to: Otis
DON W. HOWARD P~hi pt EstateD nAd
CLERK OF COURTS N 10 ft of LotuOI Ad
B:Daniel luke, Parcel ID#:
Rputy Clerk 2 1N-23-0067e n Bid:
04/09/08 1,36.5 Oei Bd

04/16%0inI 76of d pr perty beino
04/30 08 Oaloosa, State of Flor



TIO FO TA PDECED sph Phrer fi e .
widldbe soldtito the hidhoest
Notice unheereby t/,"n toh the CekC n Ofieu at
hofe aof the foldoin 03uth use FokAnne ,

03ri 1 ate fdo a Tax Dae p a dnTesa,

yearpl suacetheDated this 2nd day of
nam sn awhichthe d ro April 2008.
de prison of the prop- DO W.HCOW RSD

200t fic ess d 1to REoA :DanityCll Lkk,
Partnershippu
Descripin Crestview0 08
Be E o~r of Blk 63 040 08
SEC 160 ft WIy 105 ft 0 /430608
N yto Hwy 90 Ely 042 08


Notice is hereb niven
tholdesa rnthel foll w nc
certificate, has filed sai
certificate for a Tax Deed
t er issued terbcm. Th
yare wfisuha ,e the
erty is assessed and rg
dcr r san fol he prop.

2005 Assessed to: Adam
Derrpin A A Howell
S/D Lots 10& 11 Blk 2
Pa cel ID#:
12cS-23 12 -000201
4372.022ein Bd
in 'i ofd pr perbein
Okaloosa, State of Flor


Unes 6 he tficat i

wildbe sold tht nhigdhest
ef the clkC@ Of ien at
Shmrthouse loiAnne ,
MO:0 30. On Tuesday

Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.

CENKW iFHCOO TRSD
Dkaniel Luke, Deputy
04 08 I
0/608
0 /308
0 ~008


CLASSIFIED


B8 I Crestview News Bulletin


Legal # 100350
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Noice iso hereby C9""
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sail
certificate~ for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the Do
erty is assessed and rg
description of the prop
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 800 of
2005 Assessed to: David
N & K~elly B Kidd ,
Plat 6i'ot 15 Blk 1P3 ''
Parcel ID#.
1 2-1 S-2 3-25 3D-00 13-01
50 O ~ening Bid-
I, 'of sad po:ybein
Okaloosa, State ofFlor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
scribdh ihece ficate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008 '
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
B :Daniel Luke, Deputy

0 /608
0 /308


Legal # 100351
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


2008-CA-000508 5
DIVISION:
GMAC MORTGAGE
LLC
Plaintiff,


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1110 Classified Notices
1120 Public Notices/
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Lega # 100358
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby aiven
that Neptune 1 ~LL as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sai
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of -issuance, the
name mn which the rap-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 2418 of
2005 Assessed to: Arthur
F Schneider Jr
Description: Com NE Cor
of SW1/4 S640.4 ft to
POB W 789.16 ft N
275.99 ft E 789.16 ft S
275.99 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
28-4N-24-0000-0007-
004 O7.p~ening Bid:
II of said prope beingn
Okaloosa, State ofFlor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
S6edhth nh 2ficdt ~
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front ~door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel luke,
Deputy Clerk
04 908
04 608
04 308
04 008
legal # 100328
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR

COU OORI~DA
08-DR-O46 DIV-

SCOTT A. HAMILTON
Petitioner


DAnna Lt Hayden
RsP - t
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
TO: DeAnna L. Ha den
Sh~alia Fl.Ap.19
32579-2'069
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action has been filed
aainst you and that aou
copy af yur written de
fenses. fay to it on
Scott A. ailton whose
address is 251 Edge
Ave. Valparaiso Fl.
Ap018 2 08 ed file
the orilama with; the clerk
of this Court at the
Okaloosa Count Court-
hus 1250 a Egiifo-
ido 39,before serv-
diately thereafter. If you
fail to do so, a dte-
fault may be entered
a ainst you for the "
the petition.
Copies of all court
documents in this
case, including
orders, are available
at the Clerk of the
Circuit Coumt's office*
these documents
upon request*
You must keeo the
Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified
of your current ad-
dress. (You may file
Notice of Current
Address, Florida Su-
Preme Court A -
For d2.!; Fu ure
spa rs in this law"
youi wile d aisedn
record at the clerk's
office*
WARNING: Rule
12.285, Florida Fam"
ily Law Rules of Pro-
tain tommqi $dicer"
dlo urne ofmdaments
Failure to comply .


plealdings. *
Dated: March 20, 2008.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
y: Bth McDonald
Deputy Clerk






HE1CH CIRCI FOR
THE FIRST JUDICIAL


04o FO7








TO 2


NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby given
that EhlDlonas
holder of the followin
certificate, has filed sai
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in whichdthedorohP
description of the prop-
Ce tif cte # 645 of
2004 Assessed to:
Charles E Al en
Dscr pti ve deae NW
W287ft N25ft for Beg
N120ft W115ft SE -

%8 eg E 24.2ft to6 eg
e31S24-0000-00361 :
0~70 Opening Bid:

i, ll' t bd pr er jbein g
pkaloosa, State of Folor-

Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
s26dth8 nh Pf~ic
will be sold to the highest
oddhe aCletk's rfce a
tCe utokaleoosa x uty
Shalimar, Florida at

Ob00ahm on Tdesday,

April 2008.

DOENK OFHCORTRSD
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04309/08


Legal # 100343
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


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* 26 Hmton Dr b,
255b $Vict ria PI, 2br
,3396 Erl Kennedy Rd
2brl 15ba. $695
*689 Gr/fi h Ave. 3br
1.5ba, $725

@ 8 FoA Cove, 3r
b3a! $8 rawbridge Dr
3br 2ba, $800
*39 R aent Rd
3 br,2 ba, $1000
ab210 James St. 2br,
1 ba, $650
*2 56 Penny Ln. 3br,
3af4 B~rackin St. 3br,
3%'4 Crooked Pine Tr,
3br 2.5ba $800
* 111 Swa ina Pine Ct.
3b~r 2.5bah $8 5
ob2,) 5 view Dr.e3br

r1 2.5l aRd 35br, 2ba
$900

ail99o $50Wnta d,

33 Aa t Dr. 3 r
2ba $1050

3br 2ba, $1125L b
2o3lo00 Skney nr. 3r,

br2ba,$9 av~rCtf,
* 434 Brobok Dr. Abr,
2ba ,1521 nu r b,

211 Gol e ,e 4 .
3b 2a, $14050
*23 Tri Dr, 4br,2ba,

2,$1400
* 6377 Hallvenmist Ln.
4br, 2ba, $1500
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85-8922 1 Trs r b,2a


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helmet, leathers, goggles
& gloves CO2/1 Argon
tank' also Ox gen/ acety-
lene torch w/ many extra
welding tips5 b roeud&

1ators. 500. or a! t~ra~due
for bui dingmaterials.
652-2259
Welder Lincoln Pro
MI 25rd Like New D -
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537-6250




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689-6767


we bu'~ ant ues,' Ca IU~ Sat.1 2th
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292 Cedar Av.
Behind Cresiview Manor,
Fr itore kgol nd ubc
3110 more

rdHW tre50 Ia. Cresiview
1ita ixer wco kbeo ~
Oven 12. ., d
,8Ft. Patio PU brella Silver Oaks
$25. All mn like new Subdivision
n2d t03n6 Call Annual
Garage Sale
Ar12, 7am-?
gg yg88 off of Old Bethel Road)
Kenmore washer works Cresiview
good. $70. 902-6291 2 Fambly Yard
Ron'sApplince &Sat. April 12
Parts r. open 8am-6pm, 7alm-until
onn.8-1 Sat. Apph- Hillcrest Rd. of Hw 90
onepairfi ap lia~nc~are- East. rain date Apri 19
oCs 05 1159007. Cr sF ii ar cie

Sa~t75Apl k, 17AM-fi l
Othideetoys, nik naks'
3130 kicen i ems& misc.
Auction Partnership Dis- Cresiview
`soltion 62AcresaDi 5CH6UR dYARSARLdE

.Aris s6 nlAt Tu ner A rll, 8 M1 0 on
nationsns of tracts or as a Fellowship Yout Summer
:wh le. 13 mrc ctsr with Camp F d.

~200 -a reS c hn CRP
Iceive Federal payments.
ivacure pond quit
cabin o n lak. P astucre lk
:and ready for hay or cul-
'tivation. Over 6,160 ft.
lso selin a lI e litail CHElA.' .ET
I'farm & cons ruction
e ui~pment Terms: Pay
2%down 10% buyer s
nreml"~m : /ac-

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1800)D79-1763CH V O
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[6140


Coldwrell Banker JME
Really 11.7 Courthouse

3c ,6 18 068 151
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*ba 900sf $25A tr,
1 6 2 Ic8a ek w re

*29527443o$800Aveo3br 2
*262 Swaymng Pine Ct

28Soia PieC
$80 new townhome
*27 Swaying Pine Ct
35, 2e5b ta,wnl28sf,
*272 Swaying PieC



hue3br,_ 2.ba, 1640sf,

$895 waterfront
*2385ntSusalnbrDrivbea
s05e2s dd55 util. incl.
*1ba1423on Dri e, 3 br
half off first mo ths rent
219 St eDlecse Dr75

* 5 90 Wheeler Place,
675, 21bs, 'o636et
2838 2Tamiami T ai


481 1Sum nth Crreee
Coe4br,r2ba, 179 5

rd16 Ham ton Dr. 2br,
1.5 ba, 90 sf, $550 TH
*306 ~Feldon Dr. 3br,
2ba 1200sf, $850. No
45 9 Knsing ton 2a7
$1600 Y/2 Of Ist months
rent
*122 Mill Pond8 2sv
4br 2ba 12f
$1d0, screened in tiled
2*110 Nivana Dr. 3br

2ba 117sf $800s

1,695, first 'month's rent

*1819 Waterwa LaPne,

3br, 2ba, 4205sf, $9
kets0 nlo petsaloe,

Its23 G brielle Dr. 3br


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For sale by owner; 3br,
2a a be ros


rbedclosuresl rBum
$19mo Financing Refs
valablel 5%dn, 20yrs
@ 8%aprl For Listings &
info (80'0)482-9419.


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home in exclusive Ash e
Pac~e n 130B2 acrBs bui
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appt. 850758-0800
Cresiview
SOUTH of 1-10


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1997 Birchfield Skyline
1x8 2mo ile ?homer 3
Drch~esO Excelleilcnn

$400.00a Mortgag "
assumable. Credit apps.
available. Payments
could be as low as $360
month or lower.
582-3359


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1979 Corvette
182 4l-speed
Chevrolet Corvette 1979
Lots of work done'. Nice
Bok33nt 237800 obo




Ceaad leaah rsatq
pw locks/w ndow &
coa s. Great C hdit on
geat, qck solto fo~r

Ford Mustang
2003
White wth aey interior


Niere bGRand Madr
00od tires. $2700. 0.o
682-01191 d f

Sale 97 oonudnc Civi
$50 4Tyt Camr
b8200q13691 x


8120


Individual wants to bu
house 05rilnv9tm~ent. caY


M ssv Ile ed; c3a ,
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71- Bac SHome/

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7140 Farms & Ranches
a10-Lt andHAcreage

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719 /Mutol 5%own 2



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2br Iat es Cl anm
Wal-Mart. $600/mo.
682-0470 after Spm.
Bker brNely remb -
home on acre 1b~ l font
prch cdar n r


2urd51Seniors welcome
Cresiview


FOR RSEUN OR
MORTGAGE
1997 16x80 Birchfield


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April le 850-582-3359.
Crestview- 3 br 2 ba
doubigaw, e on 12 GC-

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3104 Holley Dr., no
pets. 682-1972


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Real Estate
RENTALS
682-6156
+ 204 Booker bSt.
$575 W brk1 ba e

39 RivWaer chase
$1300, br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
2i. 70, 3Sqr51 2 b
rd1 ro ret s oru e
fees ar no-refunc b le.
Call0 Debr, a, Frost

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$10m0ff 3r '2a c
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cei nc 17 *r la


2 socir i sF, 2n/2a,
-Ne tT-H}6 25 F2l50sf home withonatu%
3br, 2ba. Oversized 2 and se arate soe n
CG, corner, shaded of master aoth. 9 ft. ceilings
,99omBut wi r aena pa taevins fireplace

SHeoo RdeClty, ae tc" ne brho d
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850-689-1334 261-0322, leave msg.
850-5 2-3806 Ird


Paved Rd. Frontage. Ford Ex edition 2001
$369,995. Loaded, Eddie Bauer
Mildred C. packaae, white with aold
Heaton Really, trim \0Yer6 nice. $9,600.
Inc. 5607
850-689-1334 / Jep Wrngle
Sahara 2007
Low Milesl All auto, Ithr,
4x4, warranty, jeep seat
covers, 7sp"r surround
1% W b~ sound, traclocbRk diffMfuII
REDUCED!! d" ds,A@ n$ 4900
Beautiful 3 br, 2 ba in Nick 4196 127
BWB. $185K. Plasma TV--------
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5-YEAR POWERTRAIN


1987 exededcab
4x4. Runs good., $2000~
5460706

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AFFORDABLE
ACREAGE!!
Paved Road frontage.
Mildred C.
Heaton Realty,
85-69-33 /


UJVVUTI~~t IGMC Serria 2002
582-3806 white/ chrome full
loaded 8,0

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546-0706
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98262540700 firm.

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Cresiview
Brand New
3br/2ba Pine Sub Div
Brick, dbl gara e 8mi
$8915 +dep 02- 77990

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* 1108 Backberrv Circ.
4 br, 2 ba, $1150

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* 2293 1Mbc'art ve.
* 687 Valley Road
2 br, 1 ba, $675

* 3289 VAuurn Rod
Sbb02 bka,8725
* 64 2M0 Lann
3 br, 2 ba, 95

3 br, 2 ba, $11 0
* 93 Linn Dr ba$9

3 br, 22 ba, $1250


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