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Title: Crestview news bulletin!
Alternate Title: Bulletin
Crestview news
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Language: English
Creator: Crestview news bulletin
Publisher: Crestview news bulletin
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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: April 12, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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Crestview Police officers Donna Collins and Nolan Weeks
practice deploying their tasers during recertification class.



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Crestview city officials open the Brookmeade Drive connection Friday morning. From left,
Councilman Bob Allen, Mayor David Cadle, and council members Linda Parker, Lillie
Conyers and Council President Chip Wells,


Project will help alleviate congestion near Wal-IMart, I-10


CRESTVIEW The News
Bulletin's former editor Robbyn
Brooks kicked off her high heels,
adjusted her stance and pulled
the trigger.
laIn the b ink ofoaineey~e, mousecuh
Floyd, who earned a reputation
on the force and on the street as
a man of action, was reduced to
a state of rigid paralthsis.
Supported on ei her side by
his chief and operations com-
mander, Floyd was unable to do
anything but emit a five-second
guttural scream of agony.
,,Lt. Floyd .had just been
"Tased.
The phrase only achieved
common usage in the law en-
forcement lexicon within the last
decade. It is what happens when
someone is struck by the immo-
bilizing probes fired from a Taser
weapon.
As part of its ongoing training
program, the Crestview Police
Department requires all of its of-
ficers to receive certification in
the use of the weapon. Annual
recertification is also required.
As part of their certification


explained Floyd, a certified Taser
instructor, during a Taser certifi-
cation class Thursday morning.
"Officers' can better understand
See TASE R 4


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW -Friday
morning, Iocal drive received
an option for bypassing often-
congested South Ferdon
Boulevard between Mirage
and Redstone avenues..
In a 9 a.m. ceremony, local
dignitaries officially opened
the Brookmeade Drive
Connection. The stretch of
road, though less than half
a mile long, at last fulfills a
long-envisioned "back way"
around one of State Road 85's
busiest stretches.


The connection extends
Brookmeade Drive, connecting
it with Ruby Lane. In addition,
it now provides access to the
east end of Mirage ~Avenue,
the road that provides access
to Wal-Mart.
"We're excited," said Wayne
Steele, director of Crestview':s
Public Services department,
which did most of the work.
"We believe that it would
benefit local traffic, local
residents, more than passers-
by," Steele said. "Local
residents' will be aware of it.
It gives them accessibility to
Wal-Mart and anywhere in


that area, and they won't have
to get on 85."
Steele said the connection
is particularly convenient for
shopper' leaving Wal-Mart
who wish to travel north.
"For most people talk with,
it's not necessarily a way to get
there, but especially a way to
leave," Steele said.
Routes for getting back on
State Road 85 fromBrookmeade
Drive include Hospital Drive,
Aplin Road, and Redstone-or
Goodwin avenues.
"There's a lot of options and

See BROOKMEADE 4


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Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Students, parents and
teachers at Southside
Elementary came together
for hair cuts and a very
good cause ,ori Thursday
evening. The event produce
67 ponytails that will be
donated to Locks of Love,
anon-profit organization
that provides hairpieces for
financially disadvantaged
children suffering frorix long-
term medical hair loss.
J~ennifer Richards, a fourth
grade teacher at Southside,
organized the ~event as a .way
to get her students involved
and to help her cope after
her son was diagnosed with
kidney cancer about a year
ago.
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Richards, a Southside teacher, hold hands to share the mo-
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Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Title 1 Pre-K instructors pictured with their certificates of accreditation are:
Debbie Clary, Laurel Hill Elementary; Gwen McKinney, Southside Elementary;
Pam Meadows, Title 1 Pre-K Coordinator; Daniela Burkel, Bob Sikes Elementary;
and Louann Bruneau, Northwood Elementary.


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Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin
Assistants in the Title 1
Pre-K programs are: Lisa
Jones, Jeanise Dubose,
Barbara Stephens,
.Pre-K Coordinator
Pam Meadows, Kelley
Jagielski, Marie Barron
and Gerrie Mason.


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enjoy fellowship, fun, food,
live entertainment and door
prizes. The presentation of
the first Laurel Hill School
Reunion Scholarship,
totaling $500, will be made at
the reunion. '
For information contact
Frankie Johnson at 758-1639
or Charles Carroll at
546-1385.

CREST VIEW
DALE CARNEGIE
WORKSHOP: You're invited
to attend a Dale Carnegie
works a~n Wednesda ,
April 16, from 8 to '10 a.m., at
the Crestview Area Chamber
of Commerce at 502 S. Main
Street. The cost for this
workshop is $15 per person.
For reservations, which
are necessary as space is
limited, please call the
Chamber at 682-3212. A
complimentary continental
breakfast will be served.
Please bring any interested
friends and associates with
you, as long as they are
business owners, managers
or executives.
GMLF BANK RAE AM F
Bank at 1334 North Ferdon
Blvd. in Crestview is doing a
donation drawing for Relay
for Life and has purchased
a large commercial gas
grill from Lowe's to help
raise money. They request
donations of $2 for a ticket
Ohre$5fo ethre eiclknts. Visit
This drawing, and some
smaller ones, will be held
on April 18 at the Relay for
Life event. All money will
benefit the Relay for,Life /
American Cancer Society.
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 run registration.
Show cars will be parked
from noon to 3 p.m. Poker
run drawings will be held at
3:30, 4, 4:30 and 5 p.m. The
event includes 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.
Tuesday, April l5,
Crestview Chamber of
Commerce, luncheon at the
Airport Road Church of
Christ 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wednesday, April l6,
Crestview High School 8
a.m. t : p.m.
Friday, Apn1l18,
Northwood Elementary
School, Crestview 4:30 p.m.
to 8 p.m.
Call 862-4216 for more
information on these drives.
HEALTHY WOMAN
SEMINAR: on organ and
tissue donation will take
place Thursday, April 17 at
6 p.m. at Woodlawn Baptist
Church in Crestview. Guest
speaker is Dennis Stewart,
M.D. A light dinner and
door prizes will be provided.
To make a reservation, call
Jane Lindenbergo at 689-8846.
CRESTVIEW SENIOR
CENTER LUNCH:

Woeodnna cept r, lcted
on Stillwell Blvd. at Old
Spanish Trai maki
Crestview. Bring your lunch
and a drink. Attendance is
free, and the center is open
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (not
affiliated with Senior Circle).
DAVIDSON MIDDLE

EHMOORIL AY ILIGNS:
The bow-shaped, two~
feet-tall ribbons are being
painted by students at
a donation of up to $15.
Most of them will be
painted yellow but can be
I 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.
CLASS OF '88
REUNION: is being
planned for Crestview High

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From staff reports floridatrail.org online.
MASTER GARDENER
TODAY PLANT SALE at Pensacola
GIVEAWAY: Community Junior College in Milton.
Outrachis hstig aHours are: Saturday, April
giveaway of clothing, shoes, 12, 10 a.m. to 5 p~m and
etc. at the corner of Martin Sunday, April l3, 10 a.m. to
Luthe Kin Jr. Ave. today It 4 p.m. Perennials, herbs and
er ng y.ornamentals are featured and
begins at 7 a.m. For details,
call Mrs. Catherine Dortch atMatraderswlasit
682-6287 or Mr. James Pate at you and offer their "sage
advice."
68 L 7D RIV: or he CHILDREN'S BOOK
Northwest Florida Blood SIGNING: Noon 2 p.m. at
Books-A-Million, 417 Mary
nstti wd0at oM~ m. Esther, Fort Walton Beach
S da 13 at L with author Line A. Rossetti
unk yApnis ive, 56 of Valparaiso, who will sign
Oak aptit Chrch,4565 her children's book, "How
Live Oak Road, Crestview _
8 a~m to 1p~m.Two Friends Met." Details:
Call 862-4216 for more Sunnie Atkins, Marketing
information on these drives. Representative at Tate
SCOUT-O-RAMA: from Publishing & Enterprises at
9 a~. t 4 .. a theFWB 1 (888) 361-9473 or via e-mail
Fairgrounds. The public is at sunnie~'tatepublishing-
invited to see what scouting com.ARIR
offers through games, crafts, PRESENTATION: A
demonstrations, and more.
Admission is a canned food special preview screening
donation for the local food of "Carrier," a 10-part series
O d 11that offers an intimate look
patis onc ins de, al at life aboard a U.S. aircraft
Th carrier, the USS Nimlitz,
is at 9eaope ad il ic ude during a full six-month
Sfe wods fro Col. Bud deployment to the Persian

D an seoia guests.a Fod tu71f will be held todaAX
HABITT LOKING Theatre at the National
FOR HMEOWERS. Naval Aviation Museum
Okalosa Hbita foraboard Pensacola Naval Air
Humanity will conduct pre- Stio-
qualification of homeowners The 60-minute preview is
at the Annual Affordable open to the public and will
Home Expo. be followed by a question-
VisitHabitt forand-answer session with
Humanity's booth at the series creators and Captain
Santa Rosa Mall from 10 a.m. (Admiral select) Tom
to 2 p.m. in the food court Croipper, commander on the
area. The process will take USS Nimitz during filming.
less than 20 minutes and Free admission is open
you will know if you are to the first 500 guests (no
eligible for homeownership reserved seating). Details:
this same day. Details: (850) 484-1200 or visit: wwwv.
(850) 315-0025 or at www. wsre.org/carrier.
habitatfwb.org online.
FLORIDA TRAIL LAUREL HILL
ASSOCIATION: will meet LAUREL HILL SCHOOL
at 7 a.m. today for a nine- REUNION: Saturday, April
day 100-mile trek from 19, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m, in
Alabama to Fort Pickens. the school lunchroom. $ 0
Do all or part. Details (850) per person. Come celebrate
995-4267 or ht~tp:/ /westgate. your "Hobo Pride," and


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The National Associa-
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Youno Ch-ildren- (NAEYC)
administers the largest and
most widely recognized
accreditation system for all
early childhood programs.
Laurel Hill, Bob Sikes,
Northwood and South~
side Elementary Schools
have achieved this pres-
tigious honor. These Title
1 Pre-K sites are among
the first programs in the
country to earn the mark
of quality represented by
the NAEYC accreditation
system, having met all ten
of the standards required
for excellence. The admin-
istration and staff of these
pre-K programs are to be
commended for their hard
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4- SATU RDAY, APRIL 1 2, 2008


Special to the News Bulletin
Among the winners of the Crestview
Library Poetry Open Mic night student
poetry contest were Evy Moore, first place, and
Heather Williams, third place, both high school
students at Laurel Hill School.



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acres on the former Moore
farm, is landlocked and
would require an easement
through surrounding
property to allow a link
to a town sewage system.
Boldue feels the owner
would amiable to an
easement and would
secure it before bidding on

Ae~lso ab ut two-thirds
.of the property is wetlands,
which offers opportunities
for environmentally safe
disbursement of clean,
treated "gray water" from
a treatment plant.
The other two parcels,
120 and 170 acres
Reopecivey, are onP Tmas
Both parcels offer ample
room to create treatment
"spread fields" with plenty
of forested buffer aroxind
the sides.
"This is one of the most
opportune times to look at
,this," Dunn said.
SBolduc agreed.
"Laurel Hill historically
has not- planned ahead,"
he said. "We lust get
by. This would be a
great opportunity to be
p reactive."
Councilman Johnny
James cautiously praised
the idea, but questioned if
funding was available for
the land purchase, noting
the city's recent debt
restructuring. .
Bolduc assured the
council "we wouldn't be
appropriating any money
we don't already have."
Bolduc said the city
would spend no more than
.$1,000 an acre "unlesssit's
really good property."
In contrast, he pointed
out, the Moore farm,
on which a housing
development is planned,


Br~ian Hughes
Crestvliew News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL The
. City C~ouncil voted to
continue discussion about
three ordinances written
to address Laurel Hill's
comprehensive plan at its
next meeting. However,
thea eui heading Iceed
yielded a potential answer
for a different pressing
need.
City Manager Tim
Bolduc learned last
weekend that three parcels
of land to be offered at an
upcoming auction might
rejust what the city ne d
treatment fields.
"We can't offer
businesses the normal
infrastr:ucture most towns
can," explained Mayor
James Dunn. As an
example, nearby Florala,
Ala., recently landed
manufactured home
facility that would've been
perfect at Laurel Hill-
But Laurel Hill's lack
of a town sewage system
stymies both business and
economic growth for the
small community.
"One of the things we
lack here is jobs," Dunn
said.
Normal small town
service~slike more shopping
options; are on hold until
a city sewer system is
available to support tem.
"Thle only place we have
to shop: for groceries is Tom
Thumb:," Dunn said.
Acquisition of the nearly
350 acres of property "is
Part of the overall sewer
:picture," .Dunn said. "Our
economicc development
hinges on it.
One~ of the parcels, 150


Special to the News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW -
Friends of the Crestview
Library and the Robert
L. F. Sikes Public Library
held its second annual
Poetry Open-Mic and
student contest Tuesday
everung.

obs erance` eve ation l
Poetry Month ad
National Library Week,
wrsh a dloca estudots
and residents.
"Those who attended
were hnored w t
a variety of readings
drm ex mel etloqueent
poets," said library
director Jean Lewis. "This
event offered writers of
all ages a chance to share
their personal works in
a supportive, informal
setting."
Some poems were
biographical and
emotional, and others
were exuberant with
political commentary,
Lewis said
Ca Zethin aver,
local radio personality,
was the emcee for the
event, hosted by Lewis
and Debbie Arevalo,
se:re:sivfor Frendrs of


TIhe~ student poetry
contest was open to all
North Okaloosa student
school. Fourteen young
poets submitted entries.
The panel of three
judges included
Crestview City
Councilman Bob Allen,
F inds of the bCrestview

Crowley, and Okaloosa
Walton College student
Lauren Arevalo.

WINNING POETS
High school: 1st. Evry
Moore. "Falling Star ;
2nd, Tabitha Van Winkle
"Another Tear-Stained

Williams "Sunshine and
Rain" (all Laurel Hill
School students)
Middle school: 1st,
Stephaniie Ruiiz "Little
Things in Life : 2nd,
Terrin Bond "Beach"'; and
3rd, Catherine Hannah
"The Maiden's Request"
(all from Davidson
Middle School).
Winners received cash
awards: first place $100,
second place $50, and
$25 for third place. All
student winners received
the book Poemcrazy.
a certificate of
part laitln ana ah .e-


Brlan Hulghes l cre-iti Ir-n News Bullein
Laurel Hill City Manager Tim Bolduc confers with city
attorney Toni Craig prior to Thursday
night's public hearing.


And with the depressed
real estate market, "if
you're going to buy
property, 2008 is the time
to do it.,,


OTHER COUNCIL
MATTERS
SBolduei reported
cII, rev;e nu~e IE relo~s

is also spending less.
Kids can stIll Sign ~
up for summer T-Ball,
aise al and soIIdftb II
teams
City leaders met to
smooth things over with
Hobo Festival committee
following resolution of
an ongoing financial
dispute. "We're just
trying to move forward,"
Borld~ue said Partial
c orpoIj'~r me ttporn Sor Shp I
and the return of Fire
Department involvement
with the festival was
discussed *


sold for $12,000 per acre.
"It's my opinion that
we go ahead and pursue
it (the land acquisitionn)"
council Chairman Vizell
Robbins said, "if we have
the funds to afford it."
Councilwqman Betty
Williamson agreed, but
said, "I wouldn't want
to approve it until I see a
feasibility study on it."
Bolduc promised that
before the acquisition
proposal comes before the
council for approval, he
would provide complete
research. That would
include further discussions '
with the First National
Bank of Crestview to
secure a line of credit to
bid at the auction,
Mayor Dunn again
stressed the urgency of the
situation.
"We've got to get started
on a waste-water plant,
he said.


Brian Hughes
Cresitview News Bulletin

LA UREL HILL -
R~esid-ual gray skies
Sand a. light drizzle from
:Saturclay's storms didn't
idampe~n the Laurel Hill
SPresbyJterianChurch' s110
Sannive~rsary Homecoming
last Sunday.
Returning to the pulpit
Swas fo cmer pastor, the Rev.
IDr. Ro~bert Inman, now
jretiredl. to Montgomery,
Ala. His sermon on
Christ's use of humor to
delivery fris message was
wel receive -
Dr. Inman joined
currentt pastor, the Rev.
;Mark Broadhead, for a
Sspeciall 11 a.m. service that
Drew visitors from all over
Sthe area, including from
SLaurel Hill Presbyterian's
Sister church in Crestview.


A proclamation from
US entR .eaf 1MUi r,
floor of the U.S. House of
Representatives, was read
by Helen' Hunt-Rigdon
of the congressman's
local office. It lauding
the church for its many
civic contributions over
110 years of community
service.
Following the service,
the congregation and
guests assembled under
tents, many gratefcilly
borrowed from Hopewe~ll
United Methodist Church
in Florala, Ala., on the
lawn. There, everyone
indulged in that most
fabulous of Southem
institutions: the church
supper.
"It was a wonderful
day," Rev. Broadhead said
afterwards.


-


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

.The Crestview City
Council has announced
the agenda for its April
14 meeting. The meeting
will begin at 6 p~m. in
the Council Chamber at
City Hall. The public is
invited and encouraged
to attend.

1. Approval of Consent
Agenda -(Attached).

Crestview Grden lr tati
Cadle.

r3. Wel ness Monthly Drawing
- Pesidn Wls.
4. Public Hearing:
a. Ordinance #1393 -
Annexing a 0.30-acre parcel
owned by the City of Crestview,
roated i: ei 22, e whip
Requested by City of Crestview.
5. New Business.
a. Request by Okaloosa
County Supervisor of Elections
Office to Utilize Decorative Light
Ples osnD Mitreet Public
b. Parade of Cars Police
Chief.


c. Addison Place Apartments
SCd. Apasa Report for Spray
Field Property Public Services
Director.
e. Resolution #08-05 (Public
Revenue Bond) City Clerk.
f. Ordinance #1392 -
Anxng tof 43.56 a rees3Iocatehd
Township 24 West, Requested
by Seneca Trail, Ltd., and David
an Cth Roy rPropt nOwners.
g. Ordinance #1394 -
Rezoning of 9.64+ acres of land
located in Section 32, Township
3 North, Range 23 West, (08S1).
Requested by Retire Early, LLC,
Property Owners, by James L.
Wellb ana mCbharlesL Pach~e0
- First Reading.
h. Renaming of Brookmeade
nrist an ve ceLane -
i. Appointment to Code
Enforcement Board. (Mr.
Thomas O. Smith term expires
on April 25, 2008) Brenda
Bush.
Wo kshopqus Aodmi htatv
Services.
k. Chamber of Cornmerce
Community Map Advertisement
-Administrative Services.
i. Election of Council Officers
for 2008-2009.
6. Mayoral Report.
7. Business from the Floor.


~Brian Hughes I Crestview News Bulletin
LHPC Dining: Overcast skies didn't dampen the
spirits of folks celebrating the Laurel Hill Presbyterian
Church's 110th anniversary at last
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Perhaps the Taser's big-
gest advantage is its repu-
tatiort on the street. Crimi-
nals feair the device.
"It just takes one use
and the `word is out," said
Lt. Schrielder.
"Use-of-force incidenc-
es have diminished greatly
since we got the' Tasers,"
Lt. Floyd said. "Chief
(Brian) Mitchell wants us
to be as proactive against
crime as possible. This is a
very effective tool."
Before the class was
over, Floyd took his Taser
zap.
"It felt like somebody
was beating me with an
electric baseball bat,
Floyd said. "I couldn't do
anything but scream.
Which is precisely the
reaction CPD expects from
violent or fleeing criminals
it encounters.





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SATURDAY, APRIL '12, 2008


alternatives," Steele said. << >S guite r
City Cucloa
Linda Parker praised it'5' One TB
the project and the fact
that it was done by city provide the
workers. -
"We don't normally
build roads, we usually Public Work~
repair them, and we the engineering
had to move some as well as most
people around to get it construction,
accomplished," Parker began a year ago.
said. "I'm real pleased "Everything w~
with how it's come out. in-house except we
Our people do good work contract out the (
and we're real proud of and the asphalt,"
them." said. "Unfortuna
The project has been does put a strain
nearly three years in the~ because we have a
making. It received early number of people
encouragement from streets department
former council president "We were very
Ellis Connor and Steele's to see this project
predecessor Junior Cox, to an end becau
Parker said. attention is
Challenges included throughout the ci
acquiring property other areas," Steel
on which to build the "It was not a
connection, as well as task to accom
addressing a major Parker said. "We
erosion issue. will be a real asset
Parker and Steele the citizens enjoy i
both expressed gratitude "We're glad to i
to Maria Han and Full this service to the (
Gospel Philadelphia save some money,
Church, which donated said, noting the f
the biggest plot of land for the project is e:
for the project. The to be less than $33
Florida Department Compared wvi
of Transportation also industry stand
contributed pro-perty. more than $500,0(
"'It took both pieces to comparably sized
make it complete," Steele Crestview got a
said. utilizing city expe
"We were able to get Similar projects
state funding to address the drawing boare
erosion problems," Steele "It's the first
continued. "There was a connector road
huge gully there." that the city of Cres


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working on to help relieve
the traffic congestion on
the main th~oroug:hfares,"
Councilwoman Parker
explained.
"We'll be moving
forward withl similar
projects. Hopefully all of
those we can accomplish
will pull that much more
traffic off the main- road."
"It's quite an
achievement and it's one
reason we're proud to
provide the service to the
city," Steele said. "I think
the citizens of our city
have been very pa~tient.
"Now that we' re done,
we'll be very happy and
eager -to get out and
address the other issues
throughout the city."

BRG~OKMEAD E
CONNECTION BY
THE NUMBERS
Cost: -6op:ro.

Cubic yards of dirt
hauled in: 9000:11
Cubic yards of
Concrete poured: 22-1
Tons of asphalt
pavement laid down:'

Length of connection
new construction:

Pavement overiala:


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview police Lt. Joseph Floyd is hit by a Taser on Thursday during
recertification training. The spotters are Maj. Richard Long and
Police Chief Brian Mitchell.


the effects of the device
for deployment, confi-
dence, self-defense, court
expertise and secondary
exposure."
Indicating a doorway 20
feet from his lectern, Floyd
said, "If someone had a
knife and was standing
over there, ten years ago
we'd have to shoot him.
Now we can Tase him."
Previous non-lethal
weapons in an officer's ar-
senal included chemicals,
such pepper spray, and
hardware, such batons or
"bean bag" projectiles.
However, against a
resisting suspect who is
drunk or high on drugs,
these "pain compliance
weapons may have minu-
mal effect, often resulting
in injuries to both the of-
ficer and the suspect.
"A Taser causes com-
plete incapacitation,"
Floyd said. "We don't get
paid to fight people. We
get paid to enforce the
law as ethically, morally
and professionally as pos-
sible."
Police officers have
high praises for the Taser,
manufactured by Scotts-
dale, Ariz., based Taser In-
ternational.
"Taser is one of the best
tools law enforcement has
ever seen," said CPD Sgt.
David Bracewell.
"If you've ever been
Tased, you know it's seri-
oxis," added L~t. Andrew
Schneider.
The weapon, properly
termed an electronic con-
trol device (ECD), uses
both propelled probes on
wires or direct contact
with the suspect to com-
plete an electric circuit
that temporarily paralyz-
es the sensory and motor
functions of the suspect's


nervous system.
As with all weapons,
a Crestview Police officer
can only pull his Taser -
and subsequently deploy
its probes under clearly
defined regulations.
The Crestview Police De-
partment Dir~ectives M/anual
instructs "Tasers may be
used...when the subject
under arrest or in cus-
tody escalates resistance
to the officer from passive
physical resistance to ac-
tive physical resistance,
and the person has the
apparent ability to physi-
cally threaten the officer
or others, or is preparing
or attempting to flee or es-
cape.
Other permitted uses
including controlling a
suicidal person and to
"control a dangerous and /
or violent person when le-
thal force does not appear
to be justified or neces-
sary."
Although "Tasers are
among the most exten-
sively studied weapons"
and cause little harm,
whenever a CPD officer
uses his Taser, it is depart-
mental policy that "EMS
responds every time a
Taser is deployed," Floyd
told Thursday's class.
Most Taser injuries are
caused by the suspect fall-
ing when incapacitated by
the device.
Whenever an officer
activates a Taser, internal
electronics register the
day, time, and duration
of the activation. Officers
and supervisors must also
document in their reports
the incident and reasons
for deployment.
"We want to be always
above the board and do
the right'thing," Floyd in-
structed,


"We chopped off our
hair for a fantastic cause,
and the good news is that
my son is in remission
and doing great," said
Richards.
Stylists from the Blond
Bellagio, Cutting Edge


and It's Magic Day Spa
donated their time to cut
thirty-seven ponytails in
the cafeteria at Southside.
Another 30 ponytails
had already been cut and
donated since August
when participants began


signing up for the event.
"We exceeded qlur
goal and it wa~s just
amazing to see th~e kids'
faces and how excited
they were to give their
hair so unselfishly,:" said
Richards.


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Savana Carroll and Justin Phelps
Kei~th and Darlene, Garrett annoutlnte 1 the
engagement of their daughter, Saviana Lyn Carroll, to
Justin Holt Phelps, son of Elizabeth Dalton of Milton
and Scott Phelps of Ga i nesville. :
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The families of Nayoung Grace Yoon and Joseph
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CITY OF LAUREL HILL,
FLORIDA.

NOTICE OF PUBILC

HEARING FOR

COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

AMENDMENT
The Local Planning Agency of Laurel Hill proposes to amend the
City's Comprehensive Plan to comply with DCA and Florida Statue
requirements. A PUBLIC HEARING will be held on the following
proposed ordinances at 6:30 PM April 24, 2008 in the Council Meeting
Room ag City Hall, 8209 Highway 85 North, Laurel Hill, FL, for review
by the local planning agency to make a recommendation to the City
Council. The ordinances in their entirety may be inspected at the
Office of the City Clerk at Laurel Hill City Hall, 8209 Highway 85
North, Laurel Hill, FL, during regular working hours. All interested
parties may appear at the meeting and be heard with respect to this
proposed ordinances,

ORDINANCE NUMBER
301
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF. LAUREL HILL,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 288, THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE CITY OF LAUREL
HILL, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER I63 OF THE FLORIDA
STATUTES; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY; ADOPTING
TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE FUTURE LAND USE
ELEMENT REGARDING MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT
AND RESULTING FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS STATEMENT OF INTENT;
PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS AND SEVERABILITY;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE NUMBER
302
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAUREL HILL,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 288, THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE CITY OF LAUREL
HILL, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 1683 OF THE FLORIDA
STATUTES; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY: ADOPTING
TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE FUTURE LAND USE
AND INFRASTRUCTURE ELEMENTS REGARDING
PROVISIONS OF ADEQUATE POTABLE WATER AND
SANITARY SEWER FACILITIES AND RESULTING
FROM. THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIIRS
STATEMENT OF INTENT; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS
AND SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

ORDINANCE NUMBER
303
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LAUREL HILL,
FLORIDA; AMENDING ORDINANCE 288, THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE CITY OF LAUREL
HILL, PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 163 OF THE
FLORIDA STATUTES; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY;
ADOPTING TEXT AMENDMENTS TO THE CAPITAL*
IMPROVEMENTS i'LEMENT TO ADDRESS FINANCIAL
FEASIBILITYAND RESULTING FROMTHE DEPARTMENT
OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS STATEMENT OF INTENT;
PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS AND SEVERABILITY;
AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Any person who decides to appeal any decision made with respect
to any matter considered at such hearing will need a record of
the proceedings, and for such purpose may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made, vi~hich record includes
the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based
(FS286.0 I05).

The City of Laurel Hill adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act
and will make reasonable modifications for access to this meeting
upon request. Please call the City Clerk, Barry Henderson at
850-652-444 1 to make a request. Requests must be received at least
48 hours in advance of the meeting in order to allow the City time to
provide requested service.

Barry Henderson April 12, 2008
City Clerk
850-652-444 I


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The first summer session
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all scholarships for which
they qualify.
After' the, deadline,
members of the OWC
Foundation .Scholarship
Committee -will review
and rank each applica-
tion to make the scholar-
ship awards. Schodlarship
w\innetrs w\ill be notified
in1 iunn. O!WC Fall term
enrollment starts in mid-
July and classes begin in
August.
Nursing and Health
Technology students ad-
mi~tted to OWC programs
will have until Jul~y 3 to
apply.


to complete only one ap-
plication in order to be
matched with all OWC
Foundation scholarships
for which they may qlual-
ify. The deadline to apPly
for most scholarships for
the 2008-09 academic year
is April 21.
"Ever since the foun-
dation began awarding
scholarships, applications
have been handwritten
or typed ~paper ap~plica-
tions," said Carla Reinlie,
OWC Foundation associ-
ate director. "This pro-
cess has been extremely
cumbersome and, to


simplify things, we be-
gan looking for just the
,right software. We found
it in StarsOnline, thanks
to the recommendation
of several other Florida
community -college foun-
dations already using the
software."
According to Reinlie,
StarsOnline will list each
scholarship to be award-
ed, specific criteria, award
amount, length of award,
and other pertinent in-
formation. As students
complete the online ap-
plication, they will be au-
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Inri Fales
Richbourg Middle School

Lance C. Richbgurg
Middle School recently
honored Jessica
Laguerre as sixth-
grade Student of the
Week.
She said, "It feels
awesome to be Student
of the Week. I was
shocked, actually, to
hear that I was selected
Student of the Week."
Being named
Student of, the Week
doesn't change much



6th Annual

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You're invited to attend
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lunchroom. Attendance is
$10 per person
Come celebrate your
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the first Laurel Hill School
Reunion Scholarship,
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at the reunion.
For information contact
Frankie Johnson at
758-1639 or Charles Carroll
at 546-1385.


for' her.
"It just feels good
to be recognized for
doing the right thing,"
she said.
Jessica became
Student of the Week by
helping others, being
friendly, and always
working hard.
Her thoughts were,
"To become Student
of the Week, you need
to behave well. If you
know that you already
behave; well, then don't
change, just continue
behaving well."


Third-grade Master Mathematicians Christian Young,
Steven Harrington, Jaylah Lawson, and Gabriella
Grois gather with Mrs. Robinson. Students Mujtabaa
Muhammad, Brittanie Duncan, and Hunter White
were unavailable.


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"The Military Leadership
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years due to the high level of
character and commitment
found in the participants,"
Freedom Alliance President
Thomas Kilgannion said
A ril 10
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meaningful experiences
for all attendees. I highly
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him might be saved. John
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one of the most often
quoted verses of scripture
from the Bible. I think
that it is a requirement
for someone to display
a John 3:16 sign at every
professional football
game. It has been my
observation that it is
also a popular tag for
graffiti artists around the
country. To their credit
I've read far worse on
restroom walls! We see
this verse all around
us, but do we really
understand what Jesus is
saying when he speaks
these words to the Jewish
ruler Nicodemus?
Nicodemus was a
leader in Israel. He was a
member of the Pharisee
sect. They were the
religious elitists amongst
the Jewish people.
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customs greatly differed
from the commandments
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per person, for 7th 12th
graders and their mothers,
Attire: Fancy church dress.
Free professional portrait of
mother and daughter.
For details on any of these
events: (850) 623-3954 or
visit www.ptbc.org-
THE CLARK FAMILY
AT WESTSIDE: Bluegrass
gospel group The Clark
Family will be at Westside
Assembly of God, 179 Kit
Dnive, Crestview, from April
12-14. Singing* begins at 6
p.m. nightly. The Clarks have
been guests on Nashville
New be dwohmeN oft Gthe r
American Band competition.
For details, contact Victor
Kolmetz at 689-3302.
LAY YOUR ADDICTION
TO REST: Rollin' for Christ, a
ministry founded by John and
Cynthia Bass of Crestview,
is hosting two outreaches in
Okaloosa County in May.
The first one is on May 3
at Chester Pruitt Park in Fort
Walton Beach (off Hollywood
and McGriff Streets). The
focus is on ending substance
abuse and addiction to
drugs, sex, violence and
other things through faith and
dedication to Jesus.
The' second event will
be 'held at Fairview Park in
Crestview during May Day.
For information on either
event, call Ministers John and
Cynthia Bass at 682-9176 or


e-mail rollinforchrist@cox.
net.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
CATHOLIC RCIA: The
Rite of Christian Initiatiori of
Adults (RCIA) is designed
for those seeking one or
more of the Sacraments
of Initiation; Baptism,
Confirmation, and Eucharist.
This formation process
is the church's approved
method for individuals
to become members of
the Catholic community.
Sessions are held at the
Eglin 7ChapeltoCenter nA ex

Wednesday evening. For
more information, please call
Susan Huberty at 882-7320.
BOOK OF
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Each Sunday- evening at
5 p.m., the Good Hope
Congregational Church
presents the study of the
Book of Revelations. Rev.
Tommy Coleman will be
presenting the study and
there will be finger foods
to follow every Sunday
evening.. Anyone interested
may join. Call 537-4307 for
rh~ore information.
SQUARE DANCING: The
New Bethel Methodist Church
hosts square dancing in the
Fellowship Hall on Thursday
nights at 7 p.m. Come out for
fun and good exercise!


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Hope Congregational Church
at 6:30 p.m. The church is
located on Highway 4 west
of Baker.
SHALIMAR UMC
MUSICAL: April 19 at 6:30
p.m. and Sunday, April 20
at 2:30 at Shalimar United
Methodist Chu ch,. alimO d

"The Father's House" is a
parable about adults and
tens dealing with anger, grief,
hatred and addiction. There
is no admission charge, but
donations will be accepted
to further the West African
missionary outreach of Jack
and Polly Wilson, who have
been serving with Youth for
Christ since 1988. They will
return to Gunea-Bissau in
June to help Y.C. plan new
training centers.
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that Jesus is speaking of
in John 3:16. Maftthew
1:21 teaches us that Jesus
came into the world to
save his people (those
that God loved) from
their sins-
In John 3:17 the
other "worlds" that we
observed earlier are
mentioned. God did not
send his son into the
world (this planet) to
condemn the world (all
mankind). He was born
of the virgin Mary and
lived a sinless life to save
those that were chosen
before the foundation of
the world (Ephesians 1:4).
Those that believe in him ~
are the ones that have
been born again by the
Spirit of God.
When we observe this
clear teaching of the Bible
we will recognize tat
Jesus is not offering an
invitation but stating a
fact. All that he died for '
Son the cross will someday
be with him in eternal
glory ivithout the loss
of one. It is a blessing to
know that we serve an
awesome sovereign God!


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natural world, or was he
speaking of a particular
group of people in the
world? Most reasonable
people will reject the
claim that Jesus died for
everything on our planet.
He did riot lay down his
life for the birds, insects,
rocks, trees, et cetera.
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mankind? The Bible
teaches us that God does
not love everyone. In
Romalis 9:13, Paul writes
of God's love of one man
and hate for another. "As
it is written, Jacob have
I loved, but Esau have I
hated."
I believe this is to teach
God's sovereignty in
choosing to love one and
not love another.
One may claim that '
this is unfair. Paul
addressed this sentiment
in verse 14. "What shall
we say then? [Is there]
unrighteousness with
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The Hoboes (11-5) were
turdefeated in district play,
but Varnum knows his.
team can't take anything
for granted.
"All of them concern
me," he said. "We played
East Hlill to a 3-1 game.
It's just how your pitching
is that day, and if you are
hitting the ball.
"Crazy things happen.
"We have to work hard to
maintain consistency."


Varnum is pleased with
the way his team has been
playing defense 'and the
pitching of Katie Free.
"Our defense has been
real sound behind K~atie,
and she's been throwing
the ball well," he said. "And
we've been hitting the ball
better.
"We finally got
something working and
have stuck with it. Top
to bottom we are hitting


pretty well."
If Laurel Hill wins
Tuesday it will secure a
spot in the championship
game and the regional
quarterfinals, but Varnum
knows the danger of having
a let down.
"They can't get
complacent. They have to
want it going in there just
as bad as any of those other
teams," he said. "I think
they are ready."


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


play Tuesday at 6 p.m.
against the wirmer of th~e
Paxton-East Hill Christian
game thlat- is set f'or 5 p.m.
Monday.
"YouwM'ant to put yourself
in the best position, and
that's the No. 1 seed," Hobo
coach Scott Varnum said.
"We've worked hard for it.
"We are 8-0 in district,
but it's all even Steven come
Monday, and seedings
don't mean nothing. But


we have put ourselves in
good position to win the
tournament."
No. 2 seed Central is
strong and Rocky Bayou
Christian could make some.
noise from the No. 3 seed.
If Paxton beats East Hill,
that will set up the rivalry
game everyone would
love to see: the Bobcats.
and Hoboes tangling for
a right to advance to the
regionals. *


LAUREL HILL There
wlill be no place like home
for the Laurel Hill softbanll
team7 as it opens the
District 1-A tournament on
Tuesday.
The Hoboes, the regular
season district champions,
host the tournament and
are the top seed.
Laurel Hill opens


- said. "We are making solid
defensive plays.
S"Really, we are getting
a pretty good game all
around. If we can just
minimize our mistakes in
one inning or eliminate the
bad innings, we'll be fine.
Offensively we are doing
OK. If we play within our
game we'll be fine."
Carlisle believes
the Gators will enjoy
somewhat of a homefield


advantage.
"I think it will help us
tremendously -- I hope
it helps us," he said. "That
was one of: the things I
fought for was to have the
tournament here.
"The seniors wanted
to host districts here their
senior year. We usually
have a pretty good turnout
and I look forward to
having people here to
support us."


Randy Dickson
Crestview Neivs Bulletin

BAKER It's safe
to say the District 1-2A
softball championship
will go through Baker both
literally and figuratively.
Baker, the No. 1 seed in
the tournament, also hosts
and opens play Tuesday at
6 p.m. against the winner
of the Ponce de Leon-
Freeport game.


The championship
game is set for Thursday
at 6 p.rn.
"I like the situation we
are in," Gator coachJohn
Carlisle said. "It came
down to the third tie-
breaking scenario for us
to get there, but I like our
chances.
"We've got tournament
we are playing in this
weekend at Pleasant
Home, Ala. that will


hopefully get us more
prepared for the district
tournament. But anything
can happen. It's anybody's
game."
Baker tied Jay with the
Best record in district, but
go~t the top seed based on
district road record.
Carlisle was quick
to point out that the
tournament. format is one
and done situation.
"If you win you go on,


but if you lose you go
home and I definitely want
to be on the winning side
of it," he said. "I think the
girls want it bad enough
too.
"They are going to do
whatever it takes to get it
done."
Carlisle is especially
happy with the way his
team is fielding the ball.
"Right now we are
playing good defense," he


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

If the Crestview softball
team is to make a run in the
District 1-5A tournament
the Bulldogs might need a
little luck.
Crestview, the No. 6
seed in the tournament,
opens play against No-
3 seed Choctawhatchee
on Tuesday at 2 p.m. at
Escambia High School.
The Bulldogs have

COM BEST
from the free throw line
as the Gators advanced
to the Class 2A region
quarterfinals.
"I'm excited to be going
to such a good program,"
she said. "I like their style
of play and I think that will
help me go somewhere
(after she's finished at Gulf
Coast)."
Asked why' Chelsea
chose Gulf Coast, Kathy


played the Indians close
this season, and that's
encouraging for c oach
Bruce Hubbs.
"We lost 2-0 and 4-2, so
we've been in both games,"
he said. "We don't feel like
,we've played our best
garne against them yet, so
we are looking for a good
game."
If the Bulldogs do get
past the Indians they will
meet another Okaloosa
County team in either No.

continued from 12.
pointed out `several
reasons.
"They are the No. 1 team
in the country," Kathy said.
"They have great coaches.
"They produce great
players that go on from
there (to other schools). It's
just a great situation."
Chelsea's shooting touch
from the outside was one
of many things that drew
Gulf Coast and former


2 seed Niceville or No. 7
seed Fort Walton Beach.
Defending state
champion Pace is the No.
1 seed. Escambia (No. 5
seed), Tate (4 seed) and
Pine Forest (8 seed) round
out the tournament field.
`Elubbs ~is pleased with
the way the Bulldogs have
been playing as of late.
"The thing I'm happiest
about is I think we are
peaking at right time," he
said. "We've shown flashes


of brilliance playing real
well, and then we've
struggled at times,
"I think we know a lot
about ourselves now. Ou~r
(pitching) rotation is set
and we know what our
infield looks like. Basically
we are just trying to hit on
all -cylinders."
A welcome addition for
the Bulldogs will be the
return of catcher Renee
Copeland who has been
out with an injury.


HubbsknowsCrestview
must avoid the injury bug
to have a chance to advance
to the finals and earn a trip
to the region quarterfinals.
"The things I'm
concerned about are staying
healthy and building our
confidence,"he said "I think
we can play with anybody.
When you lose 2-0 and 4-2
to a pretty good Choctaw
team it can mess with your
confidence a little bit.
"I think our girls know


they can win. We are just
going to go and compete."
~Hubbs believes
anything can happeriin the
tournament.
,"We've got good district
that goes six (teams) deep,
maybe seven," he said. "I
knowv that Pine Forest is
down, but they are capable
of coming back.
"And look at Choctaw
last year putting a win on
Niceville, so anything is
possible."


Laurel Hlill coach Roonie
Shovel to her.
"I think she will be a
shooter for us," Scovel
said. "We are hoping
her long-range shooting
ability will help us because
we are losing our long-
range shooter that's a
sophomore.
"We've known Chelsea
since she was born while
we were at Laurel Hill


for so many years. We've
watched her develop and
grow. She's just a great
person with great character
and that's important to
us."
It's Chelsea's character
that Kathy is proudest of.
"She's always been a
good kid," Kathy said. "She
does what her dad (Gator
assistant football coach
Steve) and I say.
"She's respectful to
adxilts,andthat'ssometh~ing
we've always wanted from
our kids."
After being called
upon to do everything for
so many years, Chelsea
likes the idea of having a
specialty on the floor.
"It sounds good (playing
the shooting guard)," she
said. "At Baker I've had to
do a bunch of everything,


but at Gulf Coast I'll get
to concentrate on just one
thing."
Kathy admits that there
have been times when
Chelsea surprised her just
by how hard she's willing
to work to get better.
"If she is weak at
something, the next year
it is stronger," Katlhy said.
"She's always trying to
improve her game.
"Like right now, coach
Scovel has given her some
things she wanted Ch~elsea
to do during the off season,
and she's working just as
hard now on those things
as sh-e was during our
season."
Some coaches might
shy away from a player at
Sa school the size of Baker,
but Scovel isn't worried
about Chelsea.


"I th-ink she's going to be
fine," Scovel said.' "First of
all her mom played college
and pro ball and she knows
what it's all about.
"And Chelseahas played
so much all year long.
Playing AAU ball she's
played the best of the best,
and she's been around the
country. She knows what
the skill level has to be and
I think she'll adjust."
Chelsea admitted that
leavirig home will be both
happy and sad, but she's
ready to try her game at
the next fevel.
She believes playing
for her super-competitive
mom has her ready' for the
challenge.
"I think it will help a lot,"
Chelsea said. "They (the
Commodores) are pretty
competitive too."


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12 teamthat competes in the NASCAR probation until
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have been penalized 25 having a strong run in the
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Mayfield loses his ride

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By BELL GAMBLING
sports@srpressgazette.com .
It appears that Richard Childress Racing has taken ovejr
where Rick Hendrick Motorsports ended 2007. '
Childress, who will expand to four cars next season, cur-
rently has three cars in the top-12 in driver points.
Jeff Burton and Kevin Harvick, the two big names in the
RCR stable currently sit one-two in the points, but the quiet
member of the team Cli ~t Bowyer is heading to a track where
he has enjoyed some success and is 11t in driver points after
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"I am excited. Phoenix has always been a good track~ for
me," said Bowyer, who is a native of Kansas. "I won what was
the Busch race last year and I am really looking forward to get-
ting back there.
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In five times at Phoenix he has posted one top-five finish
in the spring race in 2006.
"I love the racetrack," said Bowyer. "It's racy, and you can
get up on the wheel and make things happen there."
Bowyer, who got off to a rough start that includes a late
race crash at Daytona, thinks there could be a little change
from today top-12 in points to when the field for the Chas~e is

Se."I think there possibly could be a couple," said Bowyer:."I
think there are still one or two that are outside the Chase, but
if you really think about it, it's basically the same group of
teams that ran strong over the last couple of years.
"Hopefully there are not too many changes. I kind of like
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".On the7 \horterI CrackS. It doesn't seem
to bec a big Jeal at all But on bigger race-
rlacks. It seerms to makeJi j. prTtsI good differ-

Bowler~I polntedj our It rs a fine line btwee\trn a good
ra.cecar.~l and ar~ bdCa
..It I the same fo~r even bodi." said Bowl\er. "You
liate gotl to? hale' a good~ haindhng rae caril.
..YouL Jdln't -CEe a fo)ur-~Ume champlahn like Jeff
Gl~~Ordo Ctniggling outli there because~ he doesrpn't know
ho<

Haas CNC Racing
announced on Tuesday it has
released Jeremy Mayfield.
The move came a day after
replacing Mayfield with
Johnny Sauter as driver of its
No. 70 Chevrolet for Saturday
.night's Sprint Cup Series race
atPhoenix International
SRaiceway.
"Jeremy's proven resume
Behind the wheel of a Cup car
was areal benefit to our team,"
team general manager Joe
Cu ter. said. "He stepped into
the seat aLnd did everything we
asked him to and more,
"Ultimately, '-we were
unable to provide him with the


right balance, handling; and
speed he needed to be succeds-
ful. We wish Jeremy nothing
but the best for his future."
A team release said Haas
CNC, which also fields a No.
. 66 Chevrolet for Sc~on Paggs,
was "exploring several scenar-
ios regarditig a. replacement
driver."
Sauter last year drove the
No. 70 car for Haas -- which
was a new team that Sauter
immediately moved into the
top 35 in owner points, where it
remained all season. He
teamed with the No. 66's pilot,
the veteran Jeff Green, who
accrued three top-10 finishes.


2007 Pole Winner (m h)
Jeff Gordon set by poih~ts
2007 Race Winner (m~ph)'
Jeff 'Blrton -143.359
Track Qualifying Re~cord .
Rusty Wallace 134.718
(2000)
Track Race Record
Tony Stewart 1 1 8.1 32
rri.p.h. (1999)


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Driver ,Points
J.J. Yeley 505
Sam Hornish, Jr. 502
Regan Smith 496
Johnny Sauter 490
Dave Blaney 4731
David Reutimann 458


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ILegal # 100337 LENDERS,' INC. A CALl- BOOK 1
FORNIA CORPORA- OF THE
IN THE CIRCUIT TION is a Plaintiff and ORDS
COURT OF THE FIRST GRICit HERNANDEZ IF O K A
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF LIVING, AND IF DEAD COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN AND THE UNKNOWIl
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TION, UNDER AGAINST ter the sale.
Plain a GRICEL HERNANDE ;
on HECTOR HERNANDEZ DON W. H
es 's MORTGAGE ELECT As Clerk of
l ic TRONIC REGISTRATION ~-KBy:Kristen
at GRICEL HERNANDEZ et,. SYSTEMSe INC. MR)ADeuy
n9 defendants a thtoe the hihst la d Dated this
e NOTCE OFFORECO- l bidder for ash at March, 20C
)eSURE SALE nex, front door 1250
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Plaintiff, of Mortgage on the fol- 2901 Stirling Road, Suite
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WHOSKEREIRSTEENCE Il
NICEVILLE, FL. 32578 .


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FLORIDA, VIZ: LOT 28,
IN BLOCK E, GF CHER-
OKEE BEND PHASE 11
ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF, AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK
16 AT PAGE 62 & 63,
OF THE PUBLIC REC-
ORDS OF OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA. FOR
INFORMATIONAL PUR-
POSES ONLY: THE APN
IS SHOWN BY THE
COUNTY ASSESSOR AS
333N232001-000EO2SQU
R C 'E
0,SOURCE OF TITLE. IS
2116509 (RECORDED
04/28/04) A person
claiming an interest in
the surp us from the sale,
if _any, other than the
roetowner as of the
datbe o t he lis pendens
must file a claim with 60
days after the sale. Dated
this 2nd day of April,
2008.
DON W. HOWARD
As Clerk of said Court
As Dlxleputy Cle


five Order' No.2.06!" In
Accordance with the
Americans with' Discibili-
ties Ac fyuare apr
son with a disabili~tywh
needs any accommoada-
tion in order to pdrfici-
pate in this ocdi,
cos to "you, to~provlsions
of certain assistance.
Please contact the Court
Administrator at 1250
Elin Parkwayh shalimar,

(8, r 9,2-590 wthib 2
etrn fday of yor re-

peding if douare hDar
f you 7are voiceO r)(icelm-

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THE FIRST PUBLICA- highest and best bidder OTHER CLAIMANTS
TION. OF THIS NO- for cash at Okaloosa LA T KNOWN AD-
TICE OR 30 DAYS AF- County Courthouse, front DR SS: UNKNOWN
TER THE DATE OF door, Shalimar Court- CURRENT ADDRESS,
SERVICE OF A COPY house Annex, front door, UNKNOWN
OF THIS NOTICE ON 1250 rEg~ln Parkwaly
THEM. SamaFL32579, at YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
11:00 A4M on ~May 5, an action of foreclose a
All other creditors of the 2008, the following de mortgage on the follow-
decadent and other per- scribed property Jas setLOSA inropety in
sons having or demands forth in sadFnljd OAOSA Cut,
a aeinst ecedent's es- orient, to wit: LOT 2r Florida:
including unma- BLOCK P, LAT 15 VAL LOT 3 BLOCK B
turedl, contingent or unlig- PARAISO, ACCORDING SOVER IGN ISLE, A
uidated claims, must file TO THE PLAT THEREOF PLANNED UNIT DE-
their claims with this AS RECORDED IN PLAT VELOPMENT, AC-
court WITHIN 3 BOOK PAGE 154 CORDING TO THE
MONTHS AFTER THE PUBLIC RECORDS Of PLAT THEREOF AS
DATE OF THE FIRST OKALOOSA COUNTY, RECORDED IN PLAT
PUBLICATION OF FLORIDA. Any persons BOOK 15, PAGE 55
THIS NOTICE. claiming an interest in the OF THE PUBLIC REC-


the sale, if ORDS OF
n the prop- OK A L O OSA
of the date COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ndens must has been filed against
within 60 vou and you arereued
sale. f serve acopy of yur


Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons needing
a reasonable accommo-
dation to participate in
this proceeding should
no later than seven
days prior, contact
Clerk of the Court's disa-
bilit coordinator at
85 5617497 1250 N
E lin PKWV SUITE
A 14 SHAUIMAR FL,
32579. If hearing imn-
paired, contact. DD) '
8009558771 via F rda ~
Relay System.
This an attempt to
collect a debt. Anb
information o -
tarined wdll be used
for that purpose.


DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANT() _WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE ,
GRANfiTEES O 15~:
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRESS: UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
i.ALO A ~rt Coun~ty,
Florida


SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2008


this 31 day of
2008
Don W. Howard
Clerk of Court
By: Kitty Sims
Florida Default
'Grouo P L.
P.O.updx 25018
336 :5018


March, nex Shalimar. Fl.
32xi79, before service
on Petitioner or immedi-
atel hereafter. If you fail
toaso, a default may
be entered against you
for the relief demanded
Law in the petition.
Copies of all court docu-
Florida ments in this case, includ-
at teCor fteCrut


Court's office. You may
review these documents
upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of-
fice notified of your cur-
fie Notice o Curr~e~nt A -
dress, Florida Framily Law
Form 12.915.) Future
Dapers in this lawsuit will
be mailed to the address
on record at the clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule
12.285 Florida Family
Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain auto-
matic disclosure of docu-
ments and information.
Failure to comply can re
sult in sanctions, includ-
in leddismssa or srhiking

Dated 3/27/08
Clerk of the Circuit Court
byT~iffn Gakonrdnr

04 0/08
04404 190602 08


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written defenses, if any,
on or before May 19;
2008 on Florida Defaull
Law Group, P.L.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address is 9119 Corpo-
rate Lake Drive, Suite
300 TapFlorida
33654 and fie the origi-
nal with this Court either
before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mecliately there ter; othl-
erwise a default will be
entered agamist you for
the relief demanded in

lished once each week
for two consecutive
weeks in the Cresiview
News Bulletin. WITNESS
my hand and the seal of
ths Apur1, oT8this 7 day

Don W. Howard
Cer 0f te Court



Fl Tia D Falo La
33622-5018
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Amer catn rihoDisabii-

disabilities~o oo nmeedio spe-


IMPORTANT
In accordance with Amer-
icans with Disabilities
Act, persons with disabili-
ties nee~ding s ~ecial ac-
pate in this proceedin
should contact Court A-
ministration at 101 James
Lee Boulevard East, Crest-
view FI. 32536-3515;
185 -895000, nmeExten-
sion 7497, prior to the
roeedin or Shalimalr

IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
ipa~te in the proceedin
shudcontact' Court A -


at 1250 N.
way, Shalimar,
9; tele hone
50-651- 497,
proceeding.


YOU ARE NOTIFIED that surplus from f
an action to foreclose a ALL CLAIMS NOT 50 ny other tha
mortgage on the follow- FILED WILL BE FOR- eryowner as
in roerty in EVER BARRED. oftelis pet
O :FALO SA rt C ounty, file a claim
Florida: The date of first. publica- days after the :
tion of this Notice is April
THE EAST 5 FEET OF 12, 2008 DON W. HOL
LOT 6 AND THE As Clerk of the
WEST 9 FEET OF LOT Attorney for Personal By: K. Davis
5 BLOCK B, PINE Representative: A~s Deputy Clel
MEADOWS ADDI- Dated' this 21
TION NO.3, PHA\SE Bll E.Pacrkero3 APrPil 200P8.
2~k ACCORDING T otOfc o 11 IPRAT
Th LAT THEREQF: Cresiview, Florida In accordance
RECORDED IN PLAT 32536 Americans wi
BOOTK E 7 PAGEjdA 43, 850-682-4820 ties Act, perso
OFTH BLCREC- reasonable
ORDS OF Personal Re resentative: dation .to pa
O KA L OO 5 A Linda P. Par er this proceedii
COUNTY, FLORIDA P.O. Box 982 no' later than
Cresiview, Florida clays prior, c
has been filed against 32536 Clerk of the C
yo aqnvd, you are required bilty oor
osrvten a ~copy of your 04/i1208 8506C~517497,
writendeenssif acny 04/19/08 EGLIN PKW(
on or before May A114 SHAI
2008, on Florida Defalit Legal # 120016 3257 If h
Law Group, P L.' IN THE CIRCUIT T~~d
Plaitiff's ari ne ,91 hobse C URT, FIS J 1I- lori I

3a0e Latm DriveFlor le AND FOR ton aoP
Ia wth at s edute e her COUNTY F OIDA Sa !n cu~~q

plaintiff's attorney or im- 7010
ernie saedel t er110 he DNU NEThe Marr a~e_~ EOS 0/ 052038
ethe rle eaded inas Oe TrANIubad 04/12/2008
the Complaint or petition.i Peiinrllsad


WVARD
!Court
rk
nd day of

e with the
th Disabili-
,ns needing
accommo-
rticipate in
ng shool

:ourt's disa-
inatoor at
jY SUITE
LIMAR FL,
hearing im-
contact
t .1 via

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3Fax


CHASE HOME Fl-
NANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs
JOHN SCOTT BURKE, et
De~fendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: JOHN SCOTT

DRS: 128WENLECTRDC
AVENUE #C VENICE,
CA 902N9T10000DRS:

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10 James Lee Bou eva~rt ----
32536-35rl5; iele hone LEGAL #120024
number ( 50689- 000,
Extension ,9 prior to IN THE CIRCUIT
Shlthe proceedings o97 r COURT OF THE FIRST
a 5NOT5i0)65 79 JUDICAANLDCFROCRITIN
Amayicoanc ieh Dia 1l- COUONKA LOFRIDA
tisAct, persons with dis- PROBA (DIVISION
abliis ed special FILE
accommodation to partic- NUMBER:08-CP-152
ipate in this proceedin I E SA O U
should contact~ Court A I E ETT O U
mi istr tokn at 1252 N. C. LANE
F,32579 tele mar ecesd
umrbeor th din e T97,NOO CE TO CREDI-


This notice shall be pub- and
fishe onc e t DELINA A. OSTMAN,
weeks in the Crestview Respondent/Wife
News Bulletin.


GMAC MORTGAGE
Clintiff '


TOstan Lat kaown a~d-
dress: 1650 Highway 98
Srott3211689, -Mary Es.
Present Address: Un.
known


The Se of tish Coad o
this 2 day of April,
2008.
Don W. Howard `
Clerk of the Cou t


TO: ERIC JORRON
SWINNEY
Resd ondent's Lt~st Known
r21eA Independence
a 01ei. HI 96707
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
onati has bee filed
aains c ou and ht you
ae re ired to serve a
copsy A orle writtlend

OthDCom any TF De c
0935 on or before eM
o~gnol with Ihe clerk of
tis CourtorthOkalloosna




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ns epuy ~ernYOU ARE NOTIFIED by the tenants.

Ina cod~ance .with the ainaconfadsusAacetoa
Americans with Disabill- endny agasrJ c own
ties Act, persons with dis- a yoareure un t GS
abilities needing special servedaecno y if your wtrit-
accommodation to partic- SHAWN Ms RISEI\ ES- Do leElldge
iPatoe din this proceeding QUIRE RISEN & RYANunG4
shudcontact Court A-436 Green Acres Road
ministration at 101 James F.Walton Beach, Fl.
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tes At per tnh, litsha dis aft rotherwiseda default The Aaleilshbla t
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E ~lin Parkway, Shalimar, 26 day of March, 2008.
# 2579; tele hone D Hwr
number 850-651- 497, D ERW oF rUdg LEGAL # 1200
prior to the proceeding. R : Viki ksn ~n


TAHROUGH UCNDRER~ OR
HYT DECEASED, et al,

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO-
THE UNKNOWN
HEIRS DEVISEES,
GRA~IfEES, ASSIGN-
EESLIEORSCREDI.
TOR TRST OR

THRHqbTLAMING SlUNDNBT


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DRESS: INKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
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tatcidmin strE tion N h~e
deceased File Number
08-CP-151, is pending mn
alo Circuit Coourt for
idad r ob te rebisi n, th
DRAWER 1359 CREST-
VIEW, FL 32536-1359.
d essenamesthea prsona
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
Iow.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:


Legal #120017
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE 18T
JUDICAIANDCIFROCRUIT, IN
OKALOOSA li
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL DNIVSION CASE
NO. 2007 CA` r
001698
HSBC BANK USA NA
AS TRUSTEE FOR TH
REGISTERED HOLDERS


Deputy Cek
0/52008
0 /92008
0 0 3 00


04/05/08
04/12/08


OF RENAISSANCE All persons on whorri this
HOME EQUITY LOAN notice is served \who
TRUST 2006-1 have ob sections that chal-
Plaintiff, lenae the validity of the
will: the qualifications of
vs. the personal representa-
tive, venue, or junisdiciion
TONY E. HHALE ME1.A- of this Court are required
NIE A. HA-UN- to file their ob cltions
KONOS SNIENRS N(S) Iwt~hEthis Court \VTHi
SUJEdCaTntROPERTY; MAOENTOHFST FTI T PT

NOTICE OF' FORECLO- TIC TOON OHIRtTI-ASD
SURE SALE AER IR OE ADCA OOF
NOTICE IS HEREBY THIS NOTICE ON
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- THEM.
nal Ju gment of Foreclo-
sure doed March 31, All creditors of the dece-
2008, and entered in dent and other persons
Case 8No, 2007 CA having claims or de-
001698 of the Circuit mands against
Court of the 1st Judicial decedent's estate on
Circuit in and owhmacyofhino
OKALOSA oun tice is served ~within three
Florida. HCBA months after the date of
USA, N.A., AS TRUSTEE the first publication of th~is
FOR THE REGISTERED notice must file their
HOLDERS OF RENAIS- claims with this Court
SANCE HOME EQUITY WITHIN THE LATER OF
L An TRUST T200N6-1 iTREDATMOONFTHSHEAF R
HALE MELANIE A. PUBLICATION OF THIS
HOLN; UNNOW PR NOTICEFTE THE7 T
SlPO F THE~ E SUdEnCdT OF SERVICE OF A COPY
PROERY, redeed-OF THIS NOTICE ON
ants. I will sell to the THEM.
highest and best bidder
ro cash 06(ALOOSA All other creditors of the
COUNTY CO RTHOUSE decedent and persons
ANNEX 1l250 EGLIN having claims or de-
PARKW Y NORTH mands against the
EAST SHALIMAR, FL, decedent's estate niuvst
325j8 at 11:00a.m, on file their claims with. this
the 5th day of Ijay, court WITHIN THREE
2008, the fo~llowing de- MONTHS AFTER. THE
scribedl property as set DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
forth in said Fmnal Judg- UCATION OF THIS NO-
ment to wit: SCHEDULt TICE.
NA, AL THAT CERTAIN
LAD SITUATE IN ALL CLAIMS, DE-
OKALOOSA COUNTY, MANDS AND OBJEC-


Legal #100363


IN THE CIRCUIT LEA 208 000564 5 DIVISION:
COURT IN AND FOR
OKALOOSA I H ICI US BANK NATIONAL
COUNAW, FLORIDA COR FTEFRTASSOCIATION, AS
NO. 08 PONOJU OCIA CIRNCUANDOFTSDEASR5CU

IN RE: ESTATE OF CU OESA.TlTIONS CORPU
CHARUIE F POWELL 206C-825 002~WF~2,
2006-CA-2' 2-


MIAD E FIRST FINAN-
Plainti '


WILLIAM CHARLES
BLOOMOUIST et. al.
Defendants
NOTICE OF FORECLO.
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi.
Ia Judg~m t of F 10l-
nare date Marchre31
2008, and enteredN i
2 e6-CA-2812-S of the
Circit lCourt of'thedFirst
Okical Cicuit in an Flor
idaS ahreiinoutnWEST
FRTFINANCIAL LP. IV
is a Plaintiff and WIt'
LIAM C BLOOMQUIST
SUSAN (
BLOOMQUIST; VALPA-
RAISO VILLAGE
TOWNHOMES ASSOCl-
ATION INC, are the De.
fends I will sell t he


vs.
PAUL HESS .A/K/A
PAUL E. HE55, et al,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: PAUL 1-ESS A/K/A
PAUL E. HESLAST
KNOWN ADDRESS:
4594 WOODWIND
DRIVE DESTIN, FL 32541
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN LEISA
HESS A/K/A LEISA D.
SDES LAST KNOWN
WOODWIND DRIVE
DENTTN,AFL 3251 CUUR-
KNOWN
ANY AND ALL UN.
KNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING B
THROUGH. UNDER
AND AGAINSTTH
HEREIN NAMED IN.
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
ANTS 5) WHO ARE
NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN..
KNOWN PARTIES
MAY CLAIM AN IN-
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS DEVISEE5
GRA TEES, O


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THROUGH UNDER
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HEREIN NAMED IN-
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04/05/08 LOTS 10 BLOCK 4,
04/12/08 OAKDALE MINIA-
TURE FARMS RE SUB-
DIVISION OF LOTS
14 AND 15, BLOCK
Legal # 100339 13 ACCORDING TO
THE MAP OR PLAT
IN THE CIRCUIT THEREOF AS RE-
COURT OF THE FIRST CORDED IN PLAT
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN BOOK 2. PAGE 119
AND FOR PUBLIC IEECOGRDS O 9C
OKALOOSA O KA LO OO 5 A
COUNTY FLORID COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ClVIL ACTjON CASE
NO.: 08-CA-46-C DI- has been filed against
VISION d,, are re,,, uired ,


o :ondent. TD VIUEN NOGWN NHTERl
NOTICE OF ACTION ASSIGNEIS, LIENORS
FOORFD SROLUATGON CREDIT ERS,CT U TENES
CLAIMING BY


NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of CHARLIE F.
POWELL deceased, File
Number 08-CP-1 80 is
pending in the Circuit
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is 101 E. James
Lee Blvd., Cre~stview, Flor-
ida 32536. The names
and address of the per-
sonal representative and
reresentative's Paetrsnea
are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or ~de-
decadent's estate, mnclud-
ing unmatured, contin-
gen o uliuidated
of this notice issecrved
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF


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Cadillac D~eVillo 1989 9
heats, Calclor i:ate llll
yreat, quick solution for
rlan portation 41695.
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TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
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814A Shadow Lane Fort
Walton Beach, FL 32547
T honee: (85 8630-8 006
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ILAPersonal Representative:
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(0lto0 Be~ach, FL 32547

LEGAL #120025
NOTICE OF SALE
In accordance with Flor-
rdaStatotes,ntSelflnServitee

h3 sd t t 9 Idtra

house h thd and other
aoods stored in the be-
Sw vibstedtounits Cf e
Inc. Mini Wa houses.
Said goods are to be
sold to recover the rents
not paid by the tenant.
V rania Martin Unit C-8
50 Coo er Street Crest-
view, FL. 32539

laey Fedrix 2 ni E

Michael Map~pin V n
roadsr Cre stvie~w, eL
-32539
Mario Bradshaw Unit
E-10 2581 Livingston
Street Crestview, FL.
32539
Thomas Carr Unit OA
2168 Summerhouse
Drive Ap~t. 3 St. Louis,
MO 63146
This sale shall take place
on Friday A ril 18
2008 at 9 60A.M. at the
Self Service Storage Cen-
ter Mini Warehouse loca-
tion.
04/12/2008


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CRESTVIEW NEWS BULLETIN





PORT

SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2008


Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
From left, Gulf Coast Commodores head coach Jay Powell, Jeffery Reese and Laurel Hill head coach Kent
Zessin as Reese signs with the Commodores.

Jeffery Reese makes commitment to Commodores official


Combest signs with national champs GCCC

Randy Dickson 1
Crestview News Bulle~tin

13AKER Chelsea I--~._PSB; i ~~.diL
Combest made it official '
Thursday.
There were no surprises. ,
when the Baker do-it-all.;..
athlete signed a national gB$ IBBS~
letter of intent to play ~
basketball for national
champion Gulf Coast li11LWWWBilBB BBP 8~
Community College.
A Class 2A third-team
All-State selection, Chelsea ..
averaged 15.9 points a
game, 6 rebounds, 4.9
assists and 4.2 steals a game
in her final season playing 'li ,,W ~i
for her mom, Kathy. 2, C
Cesea a so s of 56 Ann Spann I Crestview News Bulletin
percent from the field, 49 Chelsea Combest, front center, with her parents Kathy and Steve, signs with
percent from beyond the Gulf Coast as principal Tom Shipp, Gulf Coast Coach Roonie Scoval, Baker
3-point line and 89 percent assistant coach Kim Harrison and athletic director Bob Kellogg look on.
See COM BEST 7


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Baseball
Baker at Laurel Hill, Monday
at 6 p.m. M

Crestview at Navarre at
Monday, 6 p.m. M )

Laurel Hill at Walton,
Tuesday at 6 p.m. M )

Softball
Baker at Pleasant Home
tournament, today, TBA M

Crestview vs. Choctaw,
District 1-5A tournament
Tuesday, 2 p.m. at
Escambia.

Laurel Hill vs. winner of
East Hill-Paxton, District
1-A tournament, Tuesday, 6
p.m. at Laurel Hill.

Baker vs. winner of Ponce
de Leon-Freeport, District
1-2A tournament, Tuesday,
6 p.m. at Baker.

Middle school baseball
Richbourg at Ruckel,
Monday, 3 p.m.

Davidson at Meigs, Monday,
3 p.m.

Middle school softball
Richbourg at Ruckel,
Monday, 3 p.m'

Davidson at Meigs, Monday,


Middle school tennis
Liza Jackson at Davidson'
Monday, 3:30 p.m.

Richbourg at Pryor, Monday,
3 p.m.

Middle school golf
Ruckel at Richbourg,
Monday, 3 p.m.

Davidson at Meigs, Monday,
3 p.m.

Ruckel at Davidson'
Tuesday, 4 p.m-

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9, 1 p.m. at Adara Golf
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For more information
call 682-79004 or 862-7904

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The race will take
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Late or race day
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.BASEBALL
Niceville 11, Crestview 1,
six innings: Niceville senior
pitcher Austin Wood was
overpowering ,Tuesday. And
right fielder Josh McDorman
wasn't bad either.
Wood threw a two-hitter
and struck out nine while
McDorman hit two homers
and drove in five runs as
Niceville beat Crestview
11.-1 in District 1-5A baseball
action: The game was called
after six innings on the 10-run
rule.
About the only problem
Wood had was a streak
of wildness attributed to
the pitchers mound at the
Bulldog field.
Wood walked five
Bulldogs in the first three
innings. Four of those walks
came in the third when he
walked in the only Crestview
run.
It didn't take the Eagles
(13-10, 6-7) long to jump on
Crestview (17-5, 9-4) starter
Bo Barkley as they scored
twice in the first to take a lead
they would never yield.
Barkley had some control
problems of his own as he hit
McDorman and Jeff Boyer.
Danny Collins, who
reached on a fielder's choice
and McDorman scored, in the
'::'s: as .:",DVsalo neirds
and Michael Wells singled ;
McDorman home.
McDorman's first home
run, a two-run shot in to
deep right-center field in the
third sparked a four-run rally.
Collins, who walked, was on
board when McDorman went.
long.
Wells had a RBI double
to score DeVall and Jordan
Demos doubled home Wells. -
McDorman continued his
assault in the fourth, clearing
the fence in left with Robbie
Campbell and Collins on
base.
Niceville finished the night
with nine hits.
Niceville closed out the;
scoring in the sixth when
Cody Balkcom dotibled off
Crestview reliever Trevor
Carnahan to score Matt
Herndon and Collins.
Collins scored four runs'
without getting a hit reaching
twice on a fielder's choice
andswakin phis other two
The two Bulldog hits were
flare singles. The first was
by Carnahan in the second
inning. Ryan Jackson had the:
Other hit in the sixth.
Crestview coach Tim
Gillis simply tipped his cap to"
Wood.
."He's pretty good," Gillis
said. "When you have his
fastball and the breaking ball
to go with it you're going to
get people out. Good players
do that."

Niceville 204 302 -119 2
Crestview 002 000 1 2 1
W- Austin Wood, L- Bo
Barkley


sog t 7,No thiew 2:
Dani Mayhair drove in two
runs and Lauren Griffith wias
solid on the mound as the
Gators captured a non-district
victory on Tuesday.
Griffith added two hits and
scored once, while Chelsea
Combest had a hit and
scored.

Northview 001 000 1-2 4 O
Baker .220 030 x-7 5 1
W-Lauren Griffith. L-Spence,

TENNIS
Crestview's Nicole
Johnson won the No. 2
singles title at the District
1 3A lennis tournaments at
Sth'e Univ~ersity of W1est Florida
that was held Tuesday and
Wednesday.
The Bulldog doubles team
of Moya Moore and Cora
Merritt were runners up in the
No. 1 doubles.
Crestview did bring home
the sportsmanship award.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL Jeffery Reese
will be trading the blue ahd gold of
Laurel Hill for the blue and gold of
Gulf Coast Community College.
Reese signed his national letter
of intent to play basketball for the
Commodores oh Tuesday. He is
set to join older brother, Brad, on
the Gulf Coast roster.
Jeffery, the Daily News small
school Player of the Ye~ar and a first
team Class 1A all-state selection,
averaged 23.6 points and 10.2
rebounds a game as he helped lead
the Hoboes to the Class A regional
quarterfinals.
"I'm excited about signing
Jeffery," Gulf Coast coach Jay
Powell' said. "I look for shooting
ability and qluickniess, and he has
both of those.
"On top of that he's long and
very athletic."
At 6-foot-4 Jeffery is expected
to play the two guard or small
forward at Gulf Coast.
"I'm pretty happy about it,"
Jeffery said. "I get to play with
Pete (Brad, who will be a redshirt
sophomore) again, and that's going
to be a lot of fun.
"He'll be able to help me out
before he leaves (for a four-year
school) ."
Brad's presence was a factor in
Jeffery's decision to attend Gulf
Coast, but he said there's a good
chance he would have ended up


happens, Jeffery's confident he can
handle the ball tell enough to get
the job done.
-Laurel Hill coach Kent Zessin
didn't try to hide his excitement
about the opportunity Jeffery will
have at Gulf Coast-
"Any time a player of mine can
accomplish a goal that he sets as
far as going on to the next level,
I'm happy for them," Zessin said.
"That's something I try to instill
in all my kids is it's nice to play
basketball, but there are other
thin s in life besides basketball.
"Education is something I stress
in my program, and any time they
can accomplish that I'm happy for
them. I try to get them to set their
goals high, and not just to go and
play college basketball, but to get
a college education. When both
Jeffery and Brad do graduate from
college, I'll be very happy ~that
day *
Zessin said the Reese brothers
are very similar players, but they
are different too. He's watched
J~effery develop his own game
since Brad graduated two years
ago.
"Jeffery's defense I felt really
picked up the last couple of years
-- and his passing ability as far as
seein the floor and being unselfish
with the ball," Zessin said. "He
makes the other players stand out,
and that's a great trait of his.
"Those are the two, things that
stand out, the passing and the
defense."


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on the Panama City campus any
way.
"It's a pretty good school," he
said. "I'd go there (even if Brad
wasn't th~ere).
"The beaches are there and
I'll be close to my family. When I
don't have practice or game I can
cqme back and watch my old team
play."
Fresh off his appearance in the
Freedom All-Star Classic, J~effery
has a better appreciation of what
to expect as he gets ready to play
college ball.
"Ain't nobody sorry (in
college)," he said. "Usually (in high
school) you have some players
on the other team that aren't that
good, but everybody s pretty good
in tis league ( he Pa handle
Conference)-
He's projected to play shooting
guard or small forward, and he
knight also be called upon to play
point guard. If and when that


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