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Publication Date: April 19, 2008
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to carry duty weapons.
He also is not allowed
within 500 feet of his wife
or her vehicle. A judge
will hold
aprob-
able cause
hearing
April 29
to deter-
mine if her
claims are
valid. Brian
Crest- Mitchell
view
Mayor David Cadle issued
'a statement Thursday.
"This is a personal do-
mestic case and will be
resolved through the legal
process," Cadle said. '?
will have no further com-
men etti othat preodcess is

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pastors who wished to ex-
press support for Mitchell.
Post your thoughts at
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Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Crestview police chief
Brian Mitchell was prohib-
ited Wednesday from car
trying a weapon following
a dispute with his wife.
"I'm going to petition
the court to carry a weapon
while on duty," MVitchell
said Wednesday evening.
He said he planned to
speak to a judge Thursday.
Mitchell said his wife,
Candice Mitchell, has al-
leged he "threatened to
harm her" otrer the phone
Tuesday. Attempts by the
Northwest Florida Daily
News to reach her in Crest-
view were unsuccessful.

S1Wee Okloak CnC

tion Wednesday

Mitcells w"aon pr i
lege is a standard compo-
nent of the injunction pro-
cess, police say. Mitchell
said a provision exists for
law enforcement officers


Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Florida Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp inspects parts fabricated at L-3 Communications Crestview Aerospace
during his tour on Wednesday. Kottkamp is accompanied by L-3 Director of Business Development Robin
Schmaltz and President Barry Steiner.




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Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp impressed by CAC


of the largest defense companies
in the United Sta~tes, Steiner told
his guests.
The defense giant spent $145
million to buy Crestview Aero-
space Corp. and make upgrades r
to its infrastructure.
L-3 closed its Faithope, Ala.,
facility and relocated its func-
tions to Crestview. It recently
spent a further $5 million in cap-
ital and facility improvements,
including needed maintenance
and roofing upgrades, brighter
workplace lighting and other
work environment and equip-
ment `upgrades.
"That shows our employees,
and to Florida and the country,
that we're here to'stay," Steiner


said.
Anew onsite employee cafete-
ria is scheduled to be completed
and opened in September. When
that amenity was announced to
the plarit's~ 875 employees, "it
received a standing) ovation,"
Steiner said.
L-3 has brought structure and
accountability to CAC.
"We're doing improved and
increased training across this
plant," Steiner said.
The plant's growth potential
is the largest among L-3 Comm-
munications'' several subsidiar-
ies, Steiner said proudly.
"We have a team of people
See VISIT 5


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

SCRESTVIEW After his tour
of L-3 CBmmunications Crest-
view Aerospace, Florida Lt. Gov.
Jeff Kottkamp said, "You're see-
ing the future of Florida right
before your very ejres here in
Northwest Florida."
Kottkamp's jet landed in
. Crestview shortly after 9 a.m.
Wednesday and taxied up, to one
of CAC's hangars.
Welcomed by company presi-
dent Barry Steiner, the lieuten-
ant governor was briefed on the
plant's accomplislunents and
hopes for the future.
L-3 Communications is one


The couple is legalljr
separated, according to
Norwood's arrest report.
Norwood was arrested
on Ferdon Boulevard for
a misdemeanor charge of
battery about 8:44 Tues-
~day night.
Norwood's Web site,
keepitstraightusa.com,
boasts he's performed
with Alabama, Travis
Tritt, Lorie Morgan and
See SINGER 5


Florida Freedom
Newspapers

Country music singer
Daron Norwood was ar-
rested Tuesday~ night in
Crestview for allegedly
battering hiis wife.
Norwood was taken
into custody by the Oka-
loosa County Sheriff's
Office two days after
leaving Ae scene of a
physical altercation with
his wife, Kimberly.


Bob Sikes Elementary
School.
"They plan parties and
hold other activities with
the kids," said Holmes.
drWede d e thblood
altruistic event benefit-
ing area hospitals. It~was
also a friendly challenge
between the school and
Crestview Aerospace,
wt~hich currently holds
the position as the north
county's top donor,
"They were number 1
and we were number 2,"
said Holmes. "We decided
we want to move ahead."
With Kirstie's donation,
Crestview High had al-
ready registered 61 of the
donations needed to reach
their 73-unit goal, a target
See DONATIONS 5


-Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

CRESTVIEW Crest-
view High School senior
Kirostie Taylor ocr h esd
Florida Blood Center
bloodmobile Wednesday
afternoon. For the second
time in her life, she donat-
ed a pint of blood.
CHS teacher Hazel
Holmes' Health Occupa-
tion Students of America
group sonsored the blood
drive; a service the~group
has provided for the last
seven or eight years, Hol-
me's said. It was the fourth
drive the group sponsored
this year.
"It's part of our way of
giving back to the com-
munity," said Holmes,
a registered nurse. "The


up with a policy at this
meeting," Cadle said.
'The meeting is open to
the public.
Cadle said he took
language that would ban
the throwing of candy at
city parades out of~ his
proposed special events
policy.
"IIt was a distraction,"
Cadle said.

Should the city pay for
insurance coverage for
special events? Post your
thoulghts at crestvrewbull-
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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview City
Council will hold a work-
shop at 5 p.m. Tuesday
to discuss Mayor David
Cadle's recent special
events policy proposal.
The meeting will focus
on city insurance cover-
age of special events. Ca-
dle, raised the issue at the
March 24 City Council
meeting, saying the city
needs a more consistent
policy.
"IWe hope to come


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in any of the many pro-
fessions in health care,
including, among many


more, nursing, dental care,
pharmacy, physicians 'and
veterinarian medicine.
SAmong their other
community services, the
HOSA students have ad-
opted a class of kids with
healih-related issues at


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this week. I enjoyed the
company of Eula Mae
Harrison, Bertie Ann
Curenton, Cassie Rogers,
McDonald Campbell,
Penny Dunston and
Norma Flournoy. We
,were happily surprised
by a quick visit from
Trecia Chedister and her
she's-like-a-sister friend,
Charlotte Eschmann from
Crestview. '
*Best wishes for a hap-
py birthday to Bertie Ann
Curenton, April 27!
*Reminder for those
in need of house clean-
ing services, Carla
Standridge, owner of
Alpha & Omega cleaning
services, is professional,
efficient, and has a team
of women who work with
her, providing cleaning
supplies and equipment
needed to make your
home sparkling clean! For
more information give
her a ring at (850) 546-
1225.
Surely goodness and mzer-
cy woill follow mze all the days
of my life: and I will dwell in
the house of the Lord forever.
- Psalm 23:6


Quietness reigns on
the Hill. "For Sale" signs
are popping up in various
places, houses, cars and
lantd. Even the birds are
looking for new homes
(hopefully not in the blue-
berry bushes where their
protective flight keeps me
from their location when
I pick berries). The old
elm tree stands tall and
proud decked out in new
growth, arms extended to
hold bird feeders.
*The sixth Laurel Hill
High School Reunion
is in full swing today.
Friends, neighbors and
out-of-towners with roots
in Laurel Hill all gather
to reminisce and renew
fCriendships. Frankie
Johnson and committee
members have worked
long and hard hours to
produce this reunion day.
The community appreci-
ates each one who put
forth effort to make th-is a
remarkable day.
*The Laurel Hill
graduation class of 1945
has finally ended reunion
time gatherings.
The war-torn era of


World War II bonded us
together forever. The paust
few years we have gath-
ered for an 11 a.m. lunch
while the sun is still shin- -
ing, and we can all see to
drive home before dark.
Alas, we have all
passed the 80th mark of
time! During the past few
years it has been difficult
for everyone to attend
due to health problems. I
am waltzing toward my
81st year, August 16, with
a thankful heart for the
years I celebrated with
my classmates. Sixty- .
three years is a journey
from mule and wagon to
walking on the moon, fast
cars and big trucks; from
looking up at the sky for a
weather forecast to turn-
ing on the TV for the eve-
ning news and weather;
from no communication
to the constant ring of cell
phones, fax machines and
IM; from wood stoves to
microwaves and much
more.
Reminiscing with these
dear vessels of weathered
friendship will be missed:
Diane (Hazel Coon) and


Sam Garcia from Albany,
Ga.; Zelma (McKinney)
and Leon Tyner enjoy
living within walking dis-
tance of their daughter in
Pensacola; Velma (Lundy)
Haddock from Crestview;
J. S. and Floyce Steele
from Baker; Laurel Hill,
ians, Ruth (Jordan) and -
Laymon Nelson; Doug
Rogers; Estelle (Howell)
Rogers; Cassie (Hagen)
Rogers; Earl Jernigan;
Bernice Strickland from
Bradenton, Florida.
Fondly remembered
deceased classmates:
P.P. Cadenhead, Juanita
"Cricket" Spivey Hayes;
Addis Youngblood, Wil-
liam Carroll, Harley Da-
vis, Jr., P.P. Cadenhead,
Yvetta Senterfitt, Melba
Ansley.
*The Hilltoppers are
ladies who set aside a
few hours once a month,
on the third Tuesday
at 11 a.m., to meet with
neighbors for lunch at
the Laurel Hill Grill.
Good humor along with
good food made a time
of pleasant fellowship
with those attending


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Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Area Cham-
ber of Commerce Presi-
dent Mike Roy made a
statement expressing the
chamber's support of the
Base. Realignment and
Closure process during
an Air Force public hear-
ing Wednesday at the
Crestview Community
Center.
Roy was one of three
people who made pub-
lic comments during the
event. About 60 people
attended the second of
three public hearings
about BRAC's environ-
mental impact.
Concerns about the fu-
ture of the Okaloosa Re-
gional Airport after the
implementation of BRAC
and concerns about in-
creased noise in the areas
around Eglin Air Force
Base also were raised.
The BRAC law will
result in development of
the Joint Strike Fighter
Initial Joint Training Site
and realignment of the
7th Special Forces Air-
borne Group from Fort
Bragg, N.C., at Eglin.
The action is expected
to,bring about 4,500 new
service personnel to Eg-
lin.

was not a ~custioform -
answer session, but Air


Kyle Wright / Crestview News Bulletin
Bob Miller of Eglin Air Force Base answers questions about the possible impact of the
2005 Base Realignment and Closure law during a public hearing Wednesday at the
Crestview Community Center,


Force personnel said all
comments will be con-
sidered as t~he final Envi-
ronment~al Impact State-
ment is prepared.
The final EIS is sched-
uled to be released to the

pu i tinn ugumments
about the EIS can be


provided to Eglin En-
vironmental Public Af-
fairs spokesperson Mike
Spaits. For details, con-
tact Spait~s at 882-2878
or e-mail spaitsm~eglin.
af.mil. Deadline for com-

me tet Isela1d ~aft envi-
ronmental impact~ state-


ment at http://www.
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pdf/B1RAC.pdf


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God's request did not
make sense to Abraham,
he was faithful to obey all
that God had commanded
him to do on that occasion.
Hebrews 11 provides some
insight into what Abraham
was thinking on this occa-
sion.
In verse 19 we read that
Abraham's faith was so
strong, he knew that even
if he sacrificed his son, God
was able to raise him again,
Abraham's obedience was
a tremendous example of
showing faith by works. It
was an example to those
that knew Abraham thou-
sands of years ago and it
continues to be heralded as
a pattern of faithfulness tp-
day. Abraham is justified in
the sight of others because
he showed his faith by his


works.
It is my prayer that
we would follow his pat-
tern and show the love
and truth of Jesus Christ
through our unwavering
obedience in the word of
God. When we do this, we
are living testaments of
a living faith and God is
glorified!

Michael Green Jr. is pas-
tor ofPazlm Chapel Primitive
Baptist Church (www.palm-
chapel.org) mn Crestmiew.
Palm Chapel meets every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and
Wednesday at 6 p.m. Pas-
tor Green can be contacted
at 689-3383 or by e-mail at
pastor~palmchapel.org. He
warmly mnvites you to come
and worship at Palm Chapel
Primitive Baptist Church.


wrath through him."
We are saved from eter-
nal damnation because of
Jesus' precious blood. It is
just as if I'd never sinned
because of his work of sal-
vation. Thus we observe
one important aspect
of justification from the
Bible.
We also experience
justification in our own
consciences.
In Romans 5:1 Paul
writes, "Therefore being
justified by faith, we have
peace with God through
our Lord Jesus Christ."
I believe this to be ref-
erencing justification in
our own minds. Christians
have a peace which passes
all understanding when
they are able to compre-
hend the work that Jesus


accomplished on the cross.
In the verses that follow
Paul writes of rejoicing
in hope, having patience
and experience. This is a
confidence in the Lord that
resonates in the conscience
of those who embrace the
teachings of Jesus Christ.
When we believe that
Christ is who he says he
is we enjoy a peace that
compares to nothing in this
world.
Finally, we observe
that the Bible teaches jus-
tification in the sight of
other people. This is how
Abraham was justified by
his works. In our opening
verses James takes us back
to the time when God in-
structed Abraham to offer
his son Isaac upon the altar
(Genesis 22). Although


Wais niot Abrahamri our


hris sonr upont the altar? Seest


faithl marde perfect? And thle
scriptur~e was fulfilled whlich
saith, Abralham believed
God, and it wuas imlputed
unto him for righteousn~ess:
anzd he wans called the Friend
:of God. Ye see then h-ow that
:by wuorks a mann is jlistifiedl,
land not by faith only. -
Jamzes 2:21-24
The Bible speaks of
Abraham being justified
by his works. How can
this be true wheri the Bible
teaches that we are ete;-
nally saved by the grace of
God? Could it be that the
Biible speaks of other jus-
tifications besides eternal?


It is muy intent to explore
the uses of the word justi-
fied in the New Testament
and discover exactly how
it is that we are justified
by our works.
Webster's 1828 Diction-
ary defines justification as
the remission of sin and
absolution from guilt and
punishment, or an act of
free grace by which God
pardons the sinner and ac-
cepts him as righteous, on
account of the atonement
of Christ. This is indeed
the case in Jesus Christ
laying down his life on
the cross for the sins of his
people. :'
The Apostle Paul writes
of this in Romans 5:9.
"Much more then, being
now justified by his blood,
we shall be saved from


and addiction to drugs, sex, violence
and other things through faith and
dedication to Jesus.
The second event will be held at
Faintiew Park in Crestview during May
Day. For information on either event,
call Ministers John and Cynthia Bass
at 682-9176 or e-mail rollin~forchrist@
cox.net.
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SERVICE: Shoreline Church of Destin,
which gained notoriety by meeting at
the Rave Motion Pictures Theater, is
offering another unique sentice this
spring.
The new service held on Tuesday
nights at McGuire's trish Pub in Destin
is a unique opportunity to worship in a
well-known, comfortable environment.
"We want to be where Jesus would
have been out in the community
with.the people," says lead Pastor
Eric Partin.
Shoreline's Tuesday Service has
also been convenient for those who
might riot be abe to attend church on

similaieinus rd tyren t the Sud
morning service; a talented worship
band plays relevant secular songs
and spiritual songs, Partin teaches
cihmprae~ aenndde ase wco iY
order food even a beer or a glass of
wine while they enjoy the service.
McGuir' IshCPbi D stn cs o
Tuesday evenings at 7 pm.


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Tonight at 6:30 p.m. and Sunday,
April 20 at 2:30 at Shalimar United
Methodist Church, at 1 Old Ferry
Road in Shalimar. "The Father's
'Hoouse" is a parable about adults and
teens dealing with anger, grief, hatred
''and addiction. There is no admission
charge, but donations will be accepted
to further the West Af rican 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.
LIVE OAK BC 75TH
ANNIVERSARY: Live Oak Baptist
Church at 4565 Live Oak Church
Road in Crestview will celebrate its
~75th anniversary on Sunday, May 4
The5 churchB nvites ydou todattend it
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and present members, followed by
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special guests Country Gospel 4 U.
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ties to the church to be part of this
Sday. Details: 682-5160.
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Kyle Wri ht
Crestview News Bulletin

The Rev. James E. Paul had jut step ed
down as pastor at a church in DeFuniak
Springs in July of 1966 when he got an invi-
tation to preach at Golan Assembly of God.
He never imagined the church just north
of Baker would become his home for more
then four decades.
Paul Will end a 41-plus-year tenure at
Golan Assembly of God on Sunday.
The church will honor Paul and his wife,
Joy, with a retirement dinner following the
10 a.m. service. All are invited.
"There's not enough good things you
can say about him," said Patricia Branning,
a Golan Assembly of God member. "He's
been very loyal to this community and this

Pu ot the initial invitation to preach
at Golan Assembly of God during conver-
sations with an acquaintance at Eglin Air
-FOTCe Basee;
Paul preached the Sunday night sermon.
A fewi days later, he got an offer to serve as
the claurch's full-time pastor.
He has been there ever since.
"To adapt to this area was so easy," Paul
said. "It's a farming area, and I grew up in a
farming area (in Walton County).
"They've all been very good to us, and
we've tried to be good to them in return."
The Pattls had just purchsed a horne in
DeFuniak Springs when he started his ten-
ure at Golan Assembly of God. The family
never spent a night in the house.
They raised their two children, Michael
and Marcia, in the old parsonage near the
church. They have lived in a new parsonage
for the last 23 years.'
Branning said Paul spent the 41 years
serving the community in any way he

cos have seen him leave for the Jay hos-
pital and then go to the Crestview hospital


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Crestview News Bulletin
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and then to a nursing home, all in a day's
time," Bradnning said. "Anybody in the com-
munity that needs him, he's been there."
Paul, 78, said he chose to step down be-
cause he needs a break after 51 years of con-
tinuous service in various pastoral roles.
He said he received three offers to come
preach on April 27, the first Sunday of his
retirement.
"I don't think I'll have trouble finding
things to do," he said.
He already knows the subject of his final
regular Sunday sermon at Golan Assembly
of God. .
"I'm mostly going to talk about the per-
son who made all of this possible," Paul
said. "His name is Jesus. Go with who he is
and what he is, and that you can put your
trust in him.
"Pastors will come and go, but Jesus is
always there."

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SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 2008


.. 1


Special to the News Bulletin

The final arrowys haie
been zipped clow~nrange,
co~ncluding the inaugural
National Arch-eryl in the
Schools Program Virtual
State Tournament-
Davidson Middle School
student Kaylan Davis had
the top score among middle-
school females and second-
best female score among
competitors of all ages.
Davidson finished in third
place out of 20 schools in the
middle-school division of
the virtual tournament.
All participants received
an official tournament t-shirt
and certificate of participa-
tion-
The event was sponsored
by the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Com-
mission.



miJ~ ..

Sunday services are
published on the first
Saturday of the month.
Because of space
constrainst, the full
schedule did not run on
April 5. Call 682-6524
to update or add your
church's information.

Nazarene
NCreesnview Churdr ofothe
Crestview. Rev. Gary Monk.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.,
morning worship 10:45 a.m.,
and evening service at 6 p.m.
682-7995

Nondenominational
SonlightCovenant~hurch:
Manifesting the Spirit of Son-
ship. Pastor and Founder
Alvin7 E. Smith invites all in
terested to attend Sunday ser-
vices at 11 a.m. Sunday school
starts at 9:45 a.m.
The church is located at 798
S. Main St., Suite A, Crestview.
Call 850-689-3129 for more in-
formation.
Good Hope Congregation-
al Church: Come and join the
congregation for old-fashion,
Southern gospel music and
service. Sunday school starts
at 9:45 a.m. followed by ser-
vice at 10:45 a.m.
The church is located 7
miles west of Baker. Call Pas
tor Joel Carden at 537-4307 for
more information,
Mount Olive Community
Church: Pastor D.L. Lyons in-
vites all interested to Sunday
Services at 10 a.m., Tu~esday
Ladies' meeting at 7 p.m. with
Marie C. Lyons, and Thursday
Bible study at 7 p.m. with Pas-
tor Dennis. The church is lo-
cated at 5661 Mt. Olive Road
in Crestview. Directions ap.
proximately 7 miles east on
Hwy. 90, turn left on Mt. Olive
Road, 2 miles. Call 682-6218
for more information.
Joy Fellowship of Crest-


Special to the News Bulletin
These Davidson Middle School students participated in the National Archery in the
Schools Program Virtual State Tournament.


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view: Sunday School 9:30
a.m., Sunday worship 10:30
a.m. Located at 5978 Old Beth~-
el Rd. Phone: 682-6219. Web
site h-ttp://www.joyfellow-
ship.net.

Pentecostal
Auburn Pentecostal
Church: Independent Pente-
costal church at 6144 Hwy.
85 North, Crestview. Pastor:
Rev. Rcm Will ason. Sund y

a.m., morning worsh-ip and
children's church 10:30 a.m.,
evening and youth serviices at
6 p.m. Nursery available for
all services. Phone: 6826357;
fax 689-4402.
Calvary Aposto'lic Church:
1010 Bay St., Crestviiew. Sun-
day 10 a.m. worship service
with~ Sunday School. Sign lan-
guage available at all services
Pastor Charles Braneff, Jr.
Church phone: (850) 423-1198.
Pastor's phone: 682-6191.
SFirst Pentecostal Church of
Jesus Christ: Sunday services
for First Pentecostal are at 10
a.m. and 6 p.m. Pastor Wilbur
Haw~kins. Located at 997 East
Chestnut Avre. in Crestview.
Call (850) 682-3497 for more
information.

Presbyterian
First Presbyterian Church:
492 N. Ferdon Blvd., Crest-
view, pastored by Rev. Mark
Broadhead. Sunday School, 10
a.m.; worship 11 a.m. For more
information, call 682-2835.
Laurel Hill Presbyterian
Church: 8115 4th St. 652-2164.
Rev. Mark Broadhead, Minis-
ter. Sunday worship service, 9
a.m., Sunday School, 10 a.m.

Unitarian
Unitarian Universalist Fel-
lowship of the Emerald Coast
(UUFEC): located at 1295
Bayshore Drive, Valparaiso,
Florida. Minister: Reverend
Rodney Debs. Service is held
at 10:30 a.m. each Sunday. For


Eglin Air Force Base Cha-
pel: Islamic Services: Please
call the chapel at 882-2111 for
more information.
Eglin Air Force Base Cha-
pel: Orthodox Christian
Services: Please call Saint
Markella and Demetrios Greek
Orthodox Church at 244-0822
for days and times of services.
Christian Life Center: Pas-
tor Jason Palmer. Prayer is

Snddau seric s 2andmSund y
School at 2:30. Christian Life
Center is located at 410 Wing-
ard St.; call (850) 305-0198 for
more information.
Healing Stream Minis-
tries: Pastor Jonathan Griffin.
Saturday services are being
held. The ministry is located at
the corner of E. Robinson and
Church Street in Crestview.
Call Pastor Griffin at 682-5455
for more information.
The Chapel; an indepen-
dent worshipping community,
has services every Sunday
morning at 7:30 a.m. with
Chaplain Hayward Chapman,
and at 9 a.m. with Chaplain
Chuck Chapman. Services are
held at 1093 S. Ferdon Blvd. in
Crestview. Phone: (850) 682-
9887or (850) 423-0526.
The Awakening Minis-
tries, Inc., a not-for-profit
Christian music ministry,
meets every Saturday from
2-7 p.m. under the pavilion,
Kit Drive, Crestview. For more
information call 689-1259 or
send an E-mail to awakening-
ministries~praize.com.
Iglesia Hispana Bethel: Te
inbita a los servicios de adora-
cion a nuestro senior Jesus.
Ordon de servicios: Martes
oracion 7 p.m.; Viernes ser-
vicio evangelistico 7:30 p.m.;
Domingo escuela Dominical
11 a.m.; Domingo servicio
evangelistico 6:30 p.m.
Estamos uvicados en la 544
Main St., Crestview. Telefones
(850) 423-0325 y cellular 543-
4292.


further updates, check h-ttp:/ /
wwwT.uufec.com, the Verbal
Chalice, Wick, or please call
the Fellowship at 678-7197, or
243-5247.
Unity Way of Life Unity Cen-
ter: Pastor Rev. George A.
Schmidt, Ph.D., the Way of
Life Unity Center is located
at 1797 Hurlburt Road in Fort
Walton Beach.
Sunday services: 9:30 a.m.
ad ed11 a~.CE lea onn Sr

grams along w~ith childcare
are only provided at the 11
a.mn. service. All are welcome,
For information, call the
office at 864-1232 (hours by
appointment). There is also a
Metaphysical Bookstore (864-
59)45) open Sundays from 9
a.m. to 1 p.m., and the Dial-A-
Thought line, 864-9)13).

Other
Eglin Air Force Base Cha-
pel: Protestant Sunday Wor-
ship Services Sunday: 9
a.m. Traditional, West Gate
Chapel; 9:30 a.m. Gospel,
Chapel Center; 10 a.m. Con-
temporary, Building 605.
All military and their fami-
lies are invited to attend the
chapel's~many diverse servic-
es. Call 882-2111 for times and
locations,
Eglin Air Force Base Cha-
pel: Catholic Weekend Mass
Schedule Sunday 7:45 a.m.,
Chapel Center, 1:5
a.m., West Gate Chapel. Con-
fession: Saturday 4 p.m.,
West Gate Chapel.
All military and their fami-
lies are invited to attend the
chapel's many diverse serviic-
es. Call 882-2111 for times and
locations.
Eglin Air Force Base Cha-
pel: Jewish Worship: Friday:
7 p.m. Sabbath Worship,
Chapel Center. All military
and their families are invited
to attend the chapel's many
diverse services. Call 882-2111
for times and locations.


Hugh son, Furlong engaged
Kimberly Dunn Hughson of Crestview and Robert
Hughson of DeFuniak Springs announce the engagement
of their daughter,
Lauren Ashley
Hughson, of
Crestview ,
to Donald
Clayton Furlong j.;~:~~
of Brandon.
Donald's parents
are Don Furlong -"- 1.5
of Brandon. and
Linda Furlong of
Plant City.
The wedding
is being planned
for Dec. 5 in
Crestview.
Lauren is
member of
the Crestview High School Class of 2003. She holds a
Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and is art
intern at the Wesley Foundation campus ministry at
Florida State University.
Donald graduated in 2003 from Bloorringdale High
School in Valrico. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in
Psychology from Florida State University. He is also an
intern at the Wesley Foundation campus ministry.
To view the couple's wedding site, visit www.theknot.
com/ourwedding/ LaurenHughson&donaldfurlong
online.



Ward, Lento to wed
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ward of Baker announce the
engagement of their daughter, Lisa Renee Ward, to
Nicholas Anthony Lento, son of the late Anthony Lento
and Joan Paloscio of Rye, N.Y.
Lisa attended Crestview High School and graduated
from Florlda State University with a degree in social
work. She is a Baker Act coordinator at the Apalachee
Center, Inc. in Tallahassee.
Nicholas attended White Plains. High School and
graduated from Florida State University, where he
received a criminology degree. He is a position manager
at Gamestop, Inc.
The wedding will be held May 10 at the bride's
parents' home in Baker.





Geraldine Mills Tidwell
Geraldine "Jewel" Mills Tidwell, age 80, of Crestview, went homp
to be with Jesus and reunite
with passed family on April
12, 2008. Mrs. Tidwell was
born on April 12, 1928 in
Falco, Ala. and was a lifelong
resident of Okaloosa County.
She was preceded in
death by her mother, Mary
Ethel Owens; husband, J.W.
Tidwell; daughter, Joyce
Faye Wang; son, Bruce Allen.
Tidwell; and granddaughter,
Teresa Ann Smith.
Survivors include her
daughter, Patricia Treaster of.
Crestview; two sons, Leon
and Fredrick Tidwell of Crest-
view; 13 grandchildren, 18
great-grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.
The family will receive
friends Saturday, April ]# from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the funeral hom;
Brackney Fun~eral Service, Crestview, is in charge of arrangements.
Sign, 1eave a remembrance or view the guestbook for Jewel Tidwell
by clicking on the blue and white obituary button at www.crestview-
bulletin.com.


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On what Crestview's
needs are for the future:
I don't really think we
planned enough to get
industry and things for
people to survive more.
We need more industry
and we need more busi-
ness to expand our city
in a way that'll help in-
stead of hurt.
On today's presidert-
tial candidates: Well
that's a hard question,
because if you don't get
a person that's going
to put in some energy,
(and) look after the com-
mon person, we're going
to have problems.
On challenges facing
us today: People today
ain't never seen hard
times like it was in the
'30s. We had mules to
depend on and farms to
produce food, but now
they ain't got it, so it's
going to be worse than
it was in the '30s. Banks
are folding up and ev-
erything is going bad.
On our forefathers:
They had alot of knowl-
edge. They could figure a
year ahead of time where
people today can't figure
a month ahead of time.

See Mack Brooks' com-
plete birthdaS commentary
on www. crestviewbulletin.
com.:


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bullettin

CRESTVIEW The
ranks of Crest~view\'s fin-
st expanded Thu~rlsday
Morning when three inew
police officers Anthony
Black, Jonathan~ Henley
:and Tracy Crouch took
their oaths of office and re-
~eived their badges-
Mayor David Cadle
~thanked the three men's
families for their support,
pn~d praised the force they
fomned.
"When these men step
put of the house each day,
%hey have no idea what's
facing them," Cadle said.
"I think that's why there's
such a bond between po-
lice officers. They untder-
Stand each other; they un-
derstand what they face
.daily."
The mayor also had
,warm words for the trio's
new comrades.
"The fact that I'in most


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

.CRESTVIEW -From
his Main Street tonsorial
parlor, one of the city's
oldest continuously-op-
erating business, Mack
Brooks hosts impromptu
fiddling concerts, paints
scenes of local life and
history, offers observa-
tions on just about any
subject, and even man-
a es to cut hair from
time to time.
If you can't find him
at his barbershop, you
might try over at Uncle
Bill's restaurant, espe-
cially around lunchtime.
Last week Mr. Mack
celebrated his 78'" birth..
day at Uncle Bill's with
a surprise party hosted
by some of his friends.
He took a few minutes
to share some of his ob-
servations on a variety of
topics:
On how to attain a
ripe old age: -The first
thing is being stubborn.
The next thing is watch
what you eat and do a
lot of hard work, and it'll
help you. Get some ex-
ercise and that'll extend
your life probably 25 or
30 years.
On Crestview's
changes he's experi-
enced over his lifetime:


k~; . IIIIIIIIIIIIIP alaraller.:' -.mm 1Irsmmewomenue.**s- as
Brian Hughes / Crestview Newis Bulletin
Crestview's newest police officers, Tracy Crouch, Anthony
Black and Jonathan Henley pose with Mayor David Cadle
following taking their oaths of office,


Ann Spann / Crestview News
Bunletin
Mack Brooks enjoyed
a birthday celebration
at Uncle Bill's with a
few friends, including
this special guy, Gunner
Chessher.

I used to come over here
from Baker to Crestview
in the '30s on a mule
and wagon. You had
one paved street coming
through town, and that
was (State Road) 85. We
had about two roads iq
the city of Crestview and
both of the streets were
unpaved until the WPA
came along.
It's been quite
change from World War
II up to the present time.
You got more traffic
come in. -


Crouch stepped forward,
raised their right hands,
and took the oath- of of-
fice.
In brief remarks fol~
lowing the pinning on of
the new officers' badges,
Police Chief Brian Mitch-
ell said, "Everybody here
who's part of our family
should make these new
officers feel welcome.
We'll all do our part as we
travel this road."


proud of is your other offi-
cers are here to show your
.support arid to stand with
them," he said.
"I thank you in advance,
for these gentlemen, for
the support you're going
to give them in the days
to come as we continue to
develop this department
and this city that we lovle
so well."
Then, one after the
other, Black, Henley and


they missed by only one
unit. It brings their total
for the year to 199 units.
"Seventy-twro units of
6lood were collected,"
said community repr~e_
tentativee Ginger Arthur
'of the Northwest Florida
~Blood Center reported to
Holmes. "This is 216 lives
'that your students help to
'Save."
SA total of 86 students
signed up to donate, more
Zhan 30 more th-an the
school's previous record of
clonors. Twenty-four of the
'donors were first-timers.
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plan-s for the next school
year and have raised their
goal to collect 280 units of
blood," Arthur said. "We
:applaud the students for
being civic minded and for
:being life savers."
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one year," said Blood Center mobile supervisor Shane
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was clean." Also, tattoo ink is made of blood components'
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by the FDC, the Blood Center (and those being tattooed)
carinot verify that the ink does not contain contaminants
that might endanger the blood recipient, Sooknanan said,
Other reasons for rejection can include low blood iron, or
having visited or nved in countries where certain diseases
Shave broken out.


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good knowing that the viewu High? School blood drive
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relations firm that repre-
sents Norwood, wrote in
an e-mail, "We are con-
fident these reports and
the facts surrounding the
incident will exonerate
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Merle Haggard. His first
single hit the airwaves
Nov. 1, 1993.
Kimberly and Nor-
wood were married Nov.
22, 1997. On his "Keep
it Straight" site used to
educate kids about the
dangers of drugs and
alcohol, he talked about
his wife. "She is my best
friend. I wouldn't be me
without her," he wrote.
Norwood was expect-


ed to go before a judge
Wednesday morning and
was released on bond
sometime before 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, accord-
ing to Okaloosa County
Jail officials.
Norwood's attorney,
T. Martin Knopes, did
not want to comment
on the case. However,
Kat Atwood with Music
City News Media and
Marketing, the public


her dthatdios hi lhly mt -
said. "Our commitment is
to grow."
ties, Steiner said current
capacity will not support
new business potential.

thCafor acrttical, 'e sai .
Steiner stressed the val-
uem sACa rigs tois cus
to do that in an environ-
ment of growth."
After touring several
hangars and manufactur-
ing facilities, Kottkamp
better appreciated Crest-
view Aerospace's desire to
expand.
"It's incredibly exciting
to see the work that's be-
in done here Kottkamngp
said. "'I think it is a real
microcosm of what we're
seeing in the state of Flori-
da right now.


CRESTVIEW AEROSPACE HISTORY
* Founded in 1964 by Fairchild for the maintenance and
modification of Air Force fighters.
* 19: Missio evolved into 50 p..ercen! embr:itcatin and F0

* 1980s: Financial downturn leads to bankruptcy.
* 1991: Purchased out of t~.ankrup:il;te, b, he Sh~ank~lln fai~jl,
renamed Crestview Aerospace Corp.
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* Three operating groups: AeroStructures Group (ASG),
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Group (AMG)
* Major customers include Bell-Textron, Boeing and

,Crh t employees: 875
* Size of production facilities: 675,000 sq. ft.


in Northwest Florida as
such a vibrant part of this
community, a growing
business, tremendous op-
portunities for the people
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find it veryb eiis 'et
for the return flight to Tal-
lahassee, Kottkamp left
Steiner and his staff hope-
ful that the state might
help the north county's
largesttlesnpl~oyr iexpoan e

governor that we do ev-
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and expand our economy,"
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to make sure the aerospace
industry here in north-
west Florida grows and
expands and creates even
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ctizens here," Kottkamp


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representinghMexico will be Mexico City's
very own Adrian Fernandez
who will be driving the No.
i!5 Lowe's Chevy for JR
SMotorsports and
i owner Rick
Hendrick.
"We have two
races during this week-
end at Long Beach rac-
ing i:s:heAmeia
Sin Mexico," said
Fernandez. "F'm very glad
that Lowe's has supported
us through this whole experi-
ence again. Unfortunately, the
Mexican race was moved one
week, so wve have these two
races on top of each other.
"'This race is so important` for
Lowe's, opening stores in Mexico in
2009. And since my birthday is on
Sunday, hopefully we can have a good
result. so I'm looking forward."
Posting the fast lap in qualifying is also
a key factor on this very tight road course as
all three races held at Autodromo Hermanos
Rodriguez have been won from a Top-5
starting position.
So Pruett knows what it will take if he
hopes to win a NASCAR race after being
labeked a"road course specialist."
"It will be huge to wrin in Mexico," said
Pruett, who will also race in Sunday's sportS
car race as well. "The reality is that I have
been heavily involved with the Mexican-
based sponsor, with Telmex and Carlos
Slim since our start with Grand-Amt and.
Ganassi."


the track qualifying record last year at
103.674 miles per hour.
"What can I say," asked Pruett. "We're
involved with Telmex, with the sport car
program. Going down there is always excit-
Ing, being involved with my teammate. -
"'Feels like Mexico City is a second
home for us and most certainly it's going to
b.e one of the biggest races of the year for
Il.s."


Series veteran Justin
Allgaier fought off
NVASCAR Sprint Cup Series
veteran Ken Schrader in the
final laps Sunday afternoon
at Salem Speedway to win
the wild Kentuckiana Ford
Dealers ARCA 200 present-
ed by Federated Auto Parts.
Aligaier, with~ eight lead-
lap machines lined up direct-
ly behind, also endured a
green-white-checker finish
en route to the victory. his
career third series triumph


and second consecutive at
Salem. As a result, Allgaier
became the first driver to
winl back-to-back at Salem
since Shelby Howard swept
both races in 2003.
Schrader, who started
from the pole, posted the
only lap in the 16-second
bracket.
Currently Schrader has
been testing the new BAM
Racing Toyota Camary
while waiting for the teams
possible return at Ta~lladega.


Hornish should compete at
Indy, where he won the: 500
in 2006, that opens up ,the
seat of Penske's No. 77
Dodge, which is currently
33rd in owner points through
eight races with Hornish
behind the wheel.
Penske's entry blank for
the Indy 500 reportedly lists
Helio Castr~oneves in the No.
3 car and Ryan Briscoe in the
No. 6, but there's a "TBA"
beside the No. 77.


You can expect an
announcement this coming
week that David Stremme
has agreed to join Penske
Racing as a test driver for the
organization's Sprint Cup
program. But is there more
here than meets the eye?
Teamn owner Roger
Penske has a seat open in
one of his Indianapolis 500
entries, and if Penske and
current Cup rookie Sam
Hornish Jr. agree that


so a~


13 44


2007 Pole Winner (mph)
Scott: Pruett -103.6741
2007 Race Winner (mph)
Juan Montoya 74.'969
Track Qualifying Record
Scott. Pruett 103.674
(2007)
Track Race Record
Juan Montoya 7411.969
rn.p.h. (2007)


After missing the past
two races while completing a
transition to Toyota, BAM
Racing's one-car operation
has suffered another setback -
- this one on the financial
front.
Team owner ]Beth Ann
Morgenthau said Tuesday the
No. 49 team may not return to
Sprint Cup until the fall,~ as a
proposed primary sponsor-
ship deal has been severely


curtailed. ,
"A primary sponsorshlip
deal once planned for the
majority of the 2008 season
had been reduced to a fraction
of a season and that fraction
will likely be in the fall,"
Morgenthau said in a state-
ment released by the team.
' The private company has
been in the process of raising
funds in the equity market for
working capital."


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After Kentuckiana 200
rind Driv;er Behind
der 1. Justin Allgaier Leader
2. Fnnk Kimmel -40
3?. Matt Carter -60
3. John Wes Townley 45
5. Tom Hesselt -95
6 6. Bobby Gerhart -125
1 6. Patrick Sheltra -125
8 8. Danell Bashamn -1 45
4 9. RickyI Stenhoulse, Jr. -150
6 10. M~ik~e Harm~on -1 60


Driver: Regan Smith
Owner: Teresa Earnhar~dt
Points: 554
Pomnts out of 34th: 11
Points ahead of 36th: 3
Place Owner
33 Roger Penske
34 Michael Waltrip
35 Teresa Earnhar~dt
36 Jeffery Moorad
37 Bill Davis
38 Margaret Hass


After Bashas' Markets 200


After Kroger 250
Driver
1. Kyle Busch
2. Toddl Bodline
3. Ron Hornaday
4i. Dennis Setzer
5;. Rick Crawfrd
6. Matt Crafton
7. David Starr
8. Eric Darnell
9. Johnny Benson
107. Te~ny Cook


Regan Smith
Driver Points
Sam Hornish, Jr 605
David Reutimann 565
Regan Smith 554
J.J. Yeley 551
Dave Blaney 546
Johnny Sauter 542


Behind
Leader
-24
-1 06
-121
-124
-1 78
-191
-212
-227
-2.3


Beh
Lea
-35
-65
-67
-69
-10(
-11~
-111
-14
-143


Driver
1. Jeff Burton
2. K~yle Busch
3. Dale EarnhartitJr.
4. Jimmie Johnson
5. K~evin H-arvick
6. Denny Hamlin
7. Tony, Stewar-t
8. Clint Bowyer
9. Carl Edwlrds
10. Greg Bifle


Behind
Leader
-80
86
-99
-1 03
-137
-137
-171
-1 74
-176


Driver
Clint Bowyer
Carl Edwards
K~yle Busch
David Ragan
David Reutlimann
Biad Kieselowskti
M/ike Bliss
Kevtin H-arvick
lason Lefler
K~ellyi Bires


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NEWS. VIpEOS. BLOG5. CLASSIFIED. OBITUARIES. AND MORE.


SPORTS


By BILL GAMBLING

One year go Juan Pablo I
Montoya visited victory lane .
for the first time in~ his
stock car racing career.
Ironically, the /
Columbian won the
race in Mexico to
become the first South


Montoya enjoye..1 rll
cheers, but he got a fe'-< Icwo
when it camne to mnuschly ll I
way past his teanuunat, cl an
Pruett, who fell all the \\.l; t.la.
to fifth from first following the
contact as the event was extended
due to a green~-white-checkered fin-
ish.
"We~ are looking forward to ,
some big things." said Pruett. "The
finish was very controversial. It was
the talk of the town for the week after-
wards.
"Most certainly it is something that is
behind Juan and I. Again. he was my
tearmmate for the 24 Hours (at Daytonla),
which we won."
Since the race was announced on the
Nationwide Series Schedule back in August
of 2004 there has been a great deal of
excitement about stock cars appearing out-
side of the Unlited States.
Now the Nationwide Series not only
visits Mexico, but also holds a race in
Canada.
Pruett knows what it takes, to get
around the 2.5-mile road course, he set


liack


Facts


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COMMUNITY EVENTS

From staff reports

TODAY

LAUREL HILL SCHOOL REUNION: From '
10 a.m. to 3 p~m. in the school lunchroom. $10 per
person. Come celebrate your "Hobo Pride" and enjoy
fellowYship, fun, food, live entertainment and door
prizes. The presentation of the first Laurel Hill School
Retunion Scholarship, totaling $500, will be made at the
reunion. .
Details: Frankie Johnson at 758-1639 or Charle@
Carroll at 546-1385. *

:B AKE R

BAYA EVENTS: Baseball/softball sign-up for the
Area youths ages 13-18 is currently being held from 5
Sp.m. to 8 p.m. at BAYA until April 30. You can sign up
Son line at www.eteamz.active.com/baya. For more
information call 537-4549.
Baker Area Youth Association's Annual Fun Day will
be held on Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. 4 p.m. Games,
~prizes, raffles, food, raging river water ride, rock climb
and much more. For more information call 537-4549.
SHADY GROVE CEMETERY FEE: Anyone owning
a cemetery plot in Shady Grove Cemetery in Baker, and
:sp:-iayfm:::2 8hth lvd ones n th eeeyad
payable.

comeuniotn cmter is ude loao co reac o tide the
church and you are asked to contribute generously for
the upkeep to continue.
Dues are payable to Shady Grove Cemetery Fund
and may be mailed or delivered to the Shady Grove
Church' office at 1189 Shady Grove Road, Baker, FL
32531. For further details call 537-2774 or 537-3104.

CRE STVIE W

CLEAN TO BE GREEN: GreenLeaf Auto Recyclers
Crestview at 1261 E. Chestnut Ave. is celebrating a
"Clean to be Green" event to mark Earth Day on April
22. GreenLeaf Auto Recyclers will accept unwanted au-
tomotive oil, antifreeze and batteries Monday through
Wednesday.
SPANISH TRAIL CRUISERS BENEFIT CAR
SHOW: to honor the Crestview Fire Dept. and
Okaloosa EMS will be held April 19, with registration
from 8 a.m. 12 p.m. for the car show, and 8 a.m. 2
p.m. for poker run registration. Show cars will be
parked from 12 p.m. 3 p.m. Poker run drawings will
be held at 3:30, 4, 4:30 and 5 p.m. The event includes a

poD tals: Mikee nhurman at 428-1161. To be a vendor,
call Frances Gautney at 689-1007. To participate in the
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As is often the case, the
tournament could come
down to pitching. If that's
the case, Niceville probably
would have the advantage
with possible Major League
Baseball first-round draft
picks Brett DeVall and Aus-
tin Wood heading the rota-
tion.
Gillis isn't conceding
anything.
"You can go to any dis-
trict in the state of Florida
and run those two (DeVall
and Wood) out there and
have a chance," Gillis said.
"They have a great staff, but
I feel pretty good about our
guys too.
"A pitcher can dictate
the game, and they've got
a couple of good ones.. Ev-
erybody has a pretty good
number one and I'm sure
will see that from Escam-
bia. Everybody else will`
~have to face someone's ace,
too."1


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview's baseball
team will pult its No. 1 seed
on the line when the Bull-
dogs open play against Es-
cambia on Monday in the
District 1-5A tournament at
7 p.m.
If the tournament host
Bulldogs handle the Gators
on Monday, they'll face ei-
ther Niceville or Choctaw in
the semifinals Wednesday.
All of the county rivals
are more than capable of *
sending the others packing
for the season.
The championship game
is set for Thursday at 7 p~m.
The district expanded
from six teamns to eight this
year, meaning the top two
seeds have to play a first-
round game.
With those th~ings~ in
mind, Bulldog coach Tim
Gillis kn~ows his team will


have to come out sharp.
"In the past we had a six-
team district, and being the
one or two seed was a nice
thing because youhad abye
in the first round. Obvious-
ly this year that is different,"
he said. "You can't take any-
thing for granted.
"No matter who you
play, you'd better have your
'A' game, especially in a
on-e-and-done kind of for-
mat."
Any of the eight teams
could conceivably win the
.toumamnent. If things fall
into play as most people
think, the four top seeds -
Crest~view, Tate, Pace and
Niceville are the favor-
ites.


Inallprobability,Niceville
would have been the No. 1
seed if not for a clerical error
that forced the Eagles to for-
feit several games.
The Bulldogs would
have been the second seed.
"You try not to worry
about that," Gillis said.
"We played well enough to
be a No. 1 seed. Without a
snafu we would have been
the two seed, which is still
a pretty good year, and we
are excited about that.
"The bottom line is you
have to go out and play the
game and play ~well and
take it one day at a time.
You play one game, and
hopefully survive to the
next one."


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What kind of pitcher it is,
"We'll face a guy throw-
ing heat and we'll put 10~ or
12 hits on the board. Some
nights we can't break an~d
egg."
Taylor knows if his of-
fense doesn't produce his
pitching staff will need to
step up.
"Will Locke, Christian
Mainor, Brian Feick, Jeremy
Lynch, Ben Wood, all those
young men will have to
step up," he said. "As far as
swinging the bats our top
five does a nice job swing-
ing, but those other guys
are going to have to come
around too and move run-
ners when we get them on
base."


CresajiedyND s Buontin

The Baker baseball team
opens the District 1-2A
tournament on Monday
at Freeport looking to gain
the upper hand against
Vernon.
The Gators beat the Yel-
low Jackets 9~-6 at Baker
early in the season. Vernon
returned the favor with a
9-4 win later in the year.
"We stranded 10 run-
ners on base (the second
game)," Baker coach Gary
Taylor said. "It should
have been a game we won
easily, but there again, we
made some mistakes, and
the wheels fell off, and we
couldn't pull off the win.
We'll be ready for them this


DISTRICT 1-2A BASEBALL TOURNAMENT
~Where: Freepo~_ri High~ Sinhool
When: '..lon~lda Tues~as, and~ ThuIr Sday.
Top seed: Jay


than we did during the sea-
son.
"With Freeport, PDL
and PCA, I expect PDL to
beat PCA, and it's'going to
be a good game between
Ponce de Leon and Free-
port. Hopefully we'll be in
the mix of it."
Taylor's formula for
winning is simple.
"We have to swing the
bats real well and play good
defense," he said. "Some
games we come out and get
10 hits, and some games we
come out and can't do any-


time."
. The Gators enter the
tournament as the fourth
seed. The Yellow Jackets
are the fifth seed. Jay is the
top seed, host Freeport the
second seed, Ponce de Leon
the No. 3 and Pensacola
Christian the No. 6.
If Baker does get past
Vernon it will meet the Roy-
als on Tuesday at 4 p~m.
"I hope it is going to be
good tournament for us,"
Taylor said. "If we play Jay
in the second round, I hope
we give them a better game


someone to step up on the
mound in order to make a
run to Thursday.
SLaurel Hill scored six
runs inits loss against Baker
on Monday. Smith pointed
out that should be enough
to win most games.
Smith remains cau-
tiously optimistic despite.
the prospect of having to
go through Central to ad-
vance to the finals.-
"Central is .the team to
beat," Smith said. "Hope-
fully we can sneak up on
them if we beat East Hill
and play a good game of
baseball.
"This bunch is capable
of playing goo<;1ball if you
limit your errors."


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL A
gauntlet faces the Laurel
Hill baseball team as it pre-
pares for the District 1-A
tournament at Okaloosa-
Walton College starting on
Monday.
The Hoboes meet East
Hill Christian in an open-
ing round game. If they
win, the Hoboes then take
on topl seed Central on
Tuesday at 3 p.m. for the
right to play in the title
game on Thursday.
If Laurel Hill can win
the first two games it will
wrap up a spot in the re-
gion quarterfinals.


DISTRICT 1-1A BASEBALL TOURNAMENT
Where: Okaloosa-Walrcon CollIege
When: M~jonda:. Tuecsday and Th7ursday
Top seed: Centril-


"We beat East Hill
twice," .Laurel Hill coach
Ronnie Smith said. "If we
take care of business we'll
play Central,
"They are playing really
well and will be tough beat.
We'll have to play good
baseball to have a chance."
Paxton and Rocky Bay-
ou Christian are scheduled
to play the other semifinal
game on Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Smith noted that the
Bobcats and Knights split


their games this season,
Not all is gloom and
doom for the Hoboes,
"I think we are hitting
the ball better," Smith said.
"There for a while we were
struggling and we spent
a lot of time hitting live
pitching.
"And we were hoping
that will help our pitch-
ing."
The Hoboes will need
to continue to swing the
bat well and will need for


*r~p~*


Scorpions 70
Who Darted 59.5
Point Of Punishment 53.00
Stars & Stripes 48
L.A.T.C. 37
Darty Minds 35
Al Riders 28

Weekly High In
Russel Carrol T20
Jenny Montford 59

Weekly High Out
Rodney Brackett 74
Jud Fitz erald 92


Adam Kelly 64
Ellen Hashek 14

Season High in
John Montferd T60
Marie Bundrick 91

-Season High Out
Ron M yer T13
Ellen H shek T26

Men's MVP Points & Tons
Ron Meyers, 177, 42;
Steve Hinrichs, 154, 28;
JOhn Montford, 151, 27; Ray
Knudson, 1146, 32; Mark


Benoit, 125, 19; D.J. Parker,
124, 28; Wayne Matlock, 122,
21; Ken Bundrick, 113, 24;
Adam Kelley, 100, 24; Bobby
Gainey, 99, 10; Brooks Taylor,
86, 12; Bob Brich, 77, 16;
Bob Duboise, 71, 13; John
Hashek, 68, 12; Doug Cooper,
61, 9; Mike Miller, 29, 4; Andy
Baxter, 11, 3.

Women's MVP Points &
Tons
Ellen Hashek, 120, 13;
Marie Bundric 42, 4.
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MELISSA T. WILLIoo~,AM
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MAE ROBERTSON; AND
CITY OF LAUREL HILL,
FLORIDA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: LARRY BRUCE
TOLES a/k/a BRUCE
TOLES 3821 Willie Earl
Sr. Dr. Laurel Hill, Fl.
32567
Last known address.
MELISSA T. WI'LLIAMS
a/k/a MELISSA TOLES
3821 Willie Earl Sr. Dr.
Laurel Hill, Fl. 32567
Last known address.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED
that an action to fore-
close a mortgage on the
following property in
OKALOOSA County,
Florida:
Commencina at the
SW corner oT the SW
1/4 of NW 1/4 of
Section 32, Town-
ship 6 Norih Range
22 West; thence run
North a distance of
420 feet; thence run
East a distance of
630 feet to the Point
of beginning; thence
continue Eastadi-
tance of 210 fe*
thence North 24
feet; thence run West
210 feet; thence run
South 210 feet to the
Point of beginning,
containing one acre,
more or f'ess.
And which postal ad-
dress is:
3824 Willie Earl Sr.
Drive Laurel Hill, FI
32567.
And which include the
following gnro e: 'l,
WAYC Mlobile Home,
Serial No:
WHC01 1352GA, Title
No.: 85347076
has been filed against
volt and you are required
fe serve a_ copy of your
written defenses if any,
to it on Mark J. Horne,

Blackstone Buildina, Jack-
sonville, Florida, 32202,
within thirby das afler
the first publlicatonl on or
before May 15, 2008, of
the Notice ofAction aInd
fiethe original with the
Clerk if this Court either
before service on the
Plaintiff's attorney or im-
mediately there er; oth-
erwise default w~ill be

the Complaint or petition,
Dated on April 10,
2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF: THE COURT
BY: Viki Jackson

04/d19g/08


Legal #100367
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACjlON CASE
NO.: 2008 CA
000270 S DIVISION:
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE FOR' SASCO
2005-WF4.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DOLORES C. BU.
CHANAN et al,
Defendantss,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DOLORES C.
BUCHANAN
LAST KNOWN AD.
DRESS: 122 SUMMIT
CO RT NICEVILLE, FL.

CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
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ties Act, persons with clis-
abilities~ needing special
accommodation to partic-
apa~te in this proceeding
shudcontact' Court Ad-
ministration at 1250 N.
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FT number (5850)651-7~~ep497,
prior to the proceeding.


LEGAL# #20024
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
PROBATE'DIVSION
FILE
NUMBER:08-CP-152
IN RE: ESTATE OF SUE
C. LANE
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of SUE C. LANE,
deceased File Numbe'
08-CP-151, is Dending mn
the Circuit C0urt for
Okaloosa County, Flor-
ida Probate Divislon, the
address of which is P.O.
DRAWER 1359 CREST-
VIEW, FL 32546-1359.
The names and ad-
dresses of the personal
representative and the
personal representative's
attorney are set forth be-
low.
ALL INTERESTED PER-
SONS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
AI| persons on whom this
not ce Is served who
have objections that chal-
lena the validity of the
wilTethe qualifications of
the personal representa-
tive venue, or jurisdiction
of this Court are required
to file their objections
with this Court W\ITHIN
LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
h~avi claims or de-t
decedent's estate on
.whom a copy of this no-
tice is served within three
months after the date of
the first publication of this
notice must file their
claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY
DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons

decedent's estate must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUB-
LICATION OF THIS NO-
TICE.
ALL CLAIMS DE-
MANDS AND OBJEC-
TIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is
April 12, 2008.
Attorney for Personal
Re resentative:
AARON B. WENTZ
814A Shadow Lane Fort
Walton Beach, FL 32547
hon~:(850d863g8006
lord a No:
0065810
Personal Representative:
WILLIAM B. CHAMBLESS
Walton Beach FL 34F7t



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Petitioner,
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Resplondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
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SWINNEY
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IN THE CIRCUIT
CUODUIRTAOFCTRHCEU RSNT
AND FOR
OKALOO5A
COUNTY FLORIDA
CAS~ NO.:
08-DR-1676-5 DIVI-


NOTICE TO CREDI-
STORS
ST~he administration of the
estate of CHARLIE F.
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-- ; N u m b e r fo0 8-C P-1 8 0loss is
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Division, the address of
which is 101 E. James
Lee Blvd., Crestview, Flor
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and address of the per
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abye sit inm soe re mema Spa Date today
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IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
:OUNTY FLORIDA
IVIL ACflON CASE
NO.: 200& CA
00564 5 DIVISION:
BANK NATIONAL
;SOCIATION, AS
USTEE FOR STRUC-
RED ASSET SECU-
TIES CORPORA-
ON TRUST
06-WF2,
intiff,


iUL HESS A/K/A
~UL E. H555, et al,
fendant(s).
NOTICE OF ACTION
: PAUL HESS A/K/A
ULE. HESS LAST
IOWN ADDRESS:
94 WOODWIND
IVE DESTIN, FL 32541
IRRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN LEISA
SS A/K/A LEISA D.
SS LAST KNOWN
,DRESS: 4594
OODWIND DRIVE
STIN, FL 32541 CUR-
NT ADDRESS: UN-
IOWN
NY AND ALL UN-
NOWN PARTIES
IOGAIMING BY, i~N~
REIN NAMED IN-
VIDUAL DEFEND-
NTS(5) WHO ARE
OT KNOWN TO BE
AD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UN-
~OWN PARTIES
AY CLAIM AN IN-
REST AS SPOUSE,
IlRS DEVISEES,
LA TEES OR
'HER CLAIMANTS
ST KNOWN AD-
ESS: UNKNOWN
IRRENT ADDRESS:
KNOWN
,U ARE NOTIFIED that
action of foreclose a
rtgage on the follow-
rAoBIPerty unl in
rida:
IT 3. BLOCK B,
,VER IGN ISLE, A
ANNED UNIT DE-
LOPMENT AC-
)RDING tO THE
AT THEREOF AS
CORDED IN PLAT
)OK 15, PAGE 55
STHE PUBLIC REC-
RDS OF
KALOO 5A
)UNTY, FLORIDA.
s been filed against
u and you are reqlulred
s~erv~e~~ coy fyour
or before Mlay 1 ,
08 on Florida Default
w Group, P L.
intiff's attorney, whose
dress is 9119 Corpo
e Lake Drive, Suite
684 and fil heoigi-
with this Court either
ore service on
intiff's attorney or im-
diately thereafter; oth1-
vise a default will be
ered against you for
relief demanded in

led on~ce each week
two consecutive
eks in the Cresiview
ws Bulletin. WITNESS
hand and the seal of
SCourt on this 7 day
April, 2008.
n W Howatrd
!rk of the Court
Kitty Sims
Deputy Clerk
rida Default Law
018 Tampa,P F~lorida
622-5018
PORTANT
accordance with the
erican with Disabili-
Act, persons with

ut accmmodstation ato

1 James Lee Boulevard


ension 747,8 pr or to
alima 185e 7-49
PORTANT


11Q3 _. I .11@3
09354 on or before May WARNING: Rule
9, 2008, and file the 12.285 Florida Family
original with the clerk of Law Rules of Procedure,
this Court of Okaloosa requires certain auto-
County Courthouse An- matic disclosure of docu-
nex Shalimar, Fl. ments and information.
32879, before 'service Failure to comply can re-
on Petitioner or immedi- suit in sanctions, includ-
ately thereafter. If youail in~ dismissal or striking
to 0o so, a default may 0 pleadings.
be entered against you
for the relief daemanded Dated 3/27/08 -
in the petition. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Copies of all court docu- Dpt ek
ments in this case, includ-
igods are available 04 0508
at theClerk of the Circuli 04 208
Court's office. You may 04 1908
review these documents 0426 08
upon request.
You must keep the Clerk
of the Circuit Court's of. Regal # 100363
fice notified ofl~~ you cr
rent address. (oma IN THE CIRCUIT
file Notice of Current Adl COURT IN AND FOR
dress, Florida Family Law OKALOOSA
Form 12.915.) uture COUNTY FLORIDA
papers in this lawsuit will PROBAT DIVISION
be mailed to the address CASE NO. 08-CP-180
on record at the clerk's
office. IN RE: ESTATE OF
CHARLIE F POWELL
Deceased.


KNOWN PARTIES Oka oosa County Court- LE(
CLAIMING ., B~Y house, Cresiview, Florida
THROUGH UDR32536. The names and
AND AGAINSiT THR addresses of the Personal Ct
HEREIN NAMED IN- Representative and of the JL
DIVIDUAL DEFEND- Personal Representative's
A~5NT() WO ARE attorney are set forth be-
NOT KNOWNTO BE low.C
DEAD OR ALIVE, C
WHETHER SAID UN- All creditors of the dece-
KNOWN PARTIES dent and other persons 0(
MAYES CAIM AN SIN- having claims or de-
TEES A SOUEmand against US
HEIRS DEVISEES decedent's estate, melud- AS
GRANIlTEES O ing on matured, contin- TRI
OTHER CLA ~MANTS ge,~:nt o uniudatd T
LAST KNOWN AD- of this notice is served TIC
DRESS: UNKNOWN must file their claims with 20
CURRENT ADDRESS: this Court WITHIN THE Pla
UNKNOWN LATER OF 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF vs.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that FIRST PUBLICATION
an action to foreclose a OF THIS NOTICE OR PA
mortgage on the follow- 30 DAYS AFTER THE PA
in roertyon DATE OF SERVICE OF Dei
O l~ALO850 A e County, A COPY OF THIS NO-
Florida: TICE ON THEM. NC
LOT 51 BLOCK B All other creditors of the TO
2ND AN(ENDED PLAf decedent and other per- PAl
OF BLUE PINE VIL- sons having claims or de- KN
LAGE ACCORDING mands against 45
TO THE PLAT decedent's estate, Includ- DR
THEREOF AS RE- ing unmatured, contin- CU
CORDED IN PLAT get r unliquidated UN\
BOOK 10 PAGE 53 cammtfietheir HE
PUBLIC R CORDS Of claims with the Court HE
OKALOOSA COUNTY WITHIN 3 MONTHS AD
FLORIDA. AFTER THE DATE OF Wt
THE FIRST PUBLICA- DE
has been filed against TION OF THIS NO- REI
ou and you are required TICE. KN
serve a copy of your
writte~~n defes if a ALL CLAIMS AND OB- Ap
on r bfoe a 1 SECTIONS NOT SO KI
2008 on Florid Defaul FILED WILL BE FOR- CL
Law Group, P.l. EVER BARRED. TH
Plaintiff;s attorney, whose AF
address is 9119 Corpo- The date of first publica- HE
rate Lake Drive, Suite tion of this notice is April DII
300 TamDO 'FOrida 19, 2008. AP
338 adfiethe origi- NC
nal with this Court either Atre o esnlD
before service on RersnaeWI
Plaintiff's attorney or im- MPCH~AttrEL A. onJONES, KND
mediately thereafter; oth- ESQ. MI
erwise a default will be POST OFFICE BOX 947 TEI
ehnteriePd agaidonst~de yo or NICEVILLE, FL HE
th rlif emnddin 32588-0947 GR
the Coniplaint or petition. 850-729-7440 OT
Florida Bar No. 332471 LAI
This notice shall be pub- DRI
lished once each week Personal Representative CU
for two consecutive RAE MARIE GARMON UN\
weeks in the Crestview 1404 Hickory Street
News Bulletin. Niceville, Florida 32578 YO
an
WITNESS my hand and 04/19/08 mo
the seal of t is court on 04/26/0 in
this 11 day of April, O
2008. Le al # 120016 FloL
DON W. HOWARD IN THE CIRCUIT SO
CLERK OF THE COURT COURT FIRST JUDI- PL
BY: VIKI JACKSON CIAL 61RCUIT, IN VE
AS DEPUTY CLERK AND -FOR CO
OKALOOSA PL
IMPORTANT COUNTY FLORIDA RE
In accordance with the CASE NO. .BO
Americans with Disabill- 08DR162'j OF
teAcpersons with dis- OA
i .ig pro i h arjaccommodation to partic- DUSTIN JMSCO
ipate in this proceedin OSTMA~N ha!
shoud cntat CurtA9-Petitioner/H'usband, y
ministration at 101 James o
Lee Boulevard East Crest ,d wri
view Fl. 32536-15165;a on
tel e~ h o n n m e r D E LIN A A O S T M A N 2
(8 689-5000, Exten^ R sodent/Wife LaY
sion 747 ro oteepnPla
proeein. r Shalimar NOTICE OF ACTION adert

TO* Delic A. 30
IMPORTANT Osta Lasi onk od- 33'
In accordance ~with the d essm 150 Hignhowny 9 nal
Americans with Disabili-W prsA t. 118, Maay Es- bef
ties Act, persons with dis- ther, FL 32569 cyPla
abilities needing special Present Address: Un- me
accommodation to partic- known erw
should contact Court~_! Ad-OU ARE NOTIFIED the
ministration at 1250 N. that an action for dissolu. th'e
E lin Parkway, shalimrar, tion of marria e has Thi
F 2579; tele hone been filed a ainst you fls
number 850-651- 497, and you are required to fr
Prior to the proceeding, serve a copy of your writ- we
ten defenses, if an to: Ne
04/19/0 SHAWN M. RISEN ES. ry
04/26/08 QUIIRE RISEN & RYANthrs


436 Green Acres Road
3254W APO aE F
PETITIONER on or before
Ma 1, 2008. and file
the oria nal with the
Clerk of this Court at the
Okaloosa Count) Court
house Annex Shalimar
Florida eitherxbefore serv'
ice on Petitioner's attor-
ney o immediately thlere-
aftr; otherwise a default
will be entered a ainst
you for the relief de-
manded in thle Petition,
WITNESS my hand andi
Seal of this Court on the
26 day of March, 2008.
Don W Howard
CLERK OF COURT
B: Viki kakson

04/0 2008
04/ 20
04 192008


Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Bill E. Parker
Post Office Box 1 131
Crestview, Florida
32536
~850-682-4820
Personbtl Re resentative:
Linda P. Par er
P.O. Box 982
Cresiview, Florida
32.536




Leglal # 100365
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT IN THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
CASE NO:
08-CA-552-C
VANDERBILT MORT
GACGE ANDa FIVNAANND
BILT M ~GAGE6 As-
sine bfCMHH H~MON

PantiES'
vs.


Legal #100368
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA*
CASE NO 08-CP 271
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
RAYMOND P. DUNN,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS
The administration of the
estate of RAYMOND P
DUN ec a ,d is

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decedent and other per-
sons having or demands
aalainst decedent's es-
talie including unma-
ture8, contingent or unliq-
uid8ated claims, must file
their claims with this
court WITHIN 3
MONTHS' AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO
FILED WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
The date of first Dublica-
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A R ED U N VWe are always looking for sports information and news F E
BREYO INVOVED~ofrom those involved in our community.
Please direct all sports news, information and results to Sports Editor ,` 1. 8 iWI TYYT 4
Randy Dickson at (850) 682-6524 or by e-mail at randyd~nwfdailynews.com 4 avaen c -...--a.rm.: -


Dis riceb5aA tournament,
at Crestviewv, Escambia vs.
Crestview, Monday at 7 p.m-

District 1-A tournament at
OWC, Laurel H-ill vs. East Hill'
Monday at 6 p.m.

District 1-2A tournament, at
Freeport, Baker vs. Vernon,
Monday at 7 p.m.

District 1-A tournament, at
OWC, Central vs. winner
Laurel Hill/East Hill, Tuesday
at 3 p.m.

District 1-2A tournament'
at Freeport, Jay vs. winner
Baker/Vernon, Tuesday at
4 p.m.

Softball
Class A region quarterfinals
Graceville or Bethlehem at
Laurel H-ill, Tuesday TBA

Claas 2A regio~notnale
or Blountstown at' Baker
Tuesday TBA


Middle school
baseball
Davidson at Lewis, Monday
at 3 p.m.

Richbourg at Pryor, Monday
at 3 p.m.

Middle school
softball
Davidson at Lewis, Monday
at 3 p.m.

Richbourg at Plyor, Monday
at 3 p.m

Middle
school tennis
Lewis at Davidsion, Monday
at 3 p.m.

Richbourg at Ruckel,
Monday at 3 p.m.

Middle
SChool golf
Richbourg at Davidson at
Pryor, Monday at 2:30 p.m.

St. Mary's at Richbourg,
Monday at 3 p.m.

Martial Arts
Festival
The second annual
Korean Martial Arts Festival
is set for this weekend in
Crestview.
Grand Masters KS
Hwang and Timmerman will
be hosting the event.
For more information go
to www.SouthEastMa.com
or gordonmartialarts.com.

BAYA Activities
Baseball/Softball sign-
up1s ceu area Iotys ae
,held at BAYA until April 30.
You can sign up online at
www. eteamz.active. co m/
baya or come to the ball
park Monday-Friday 5-8
p.m. For more information
call BAYA at 537-4549.
Baker Area Youth
Assoc atior s Annual un

3 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Games, Prizes, Raffles
Food, Raging River Water
Ride, Rock Climb and
much more. For more
information call BAYA at
537-4549. .


YM~CA Activities
Sixth annual Swing for
the Y Golf Tournament May
9, lu pem. at Adara Golf
For more information on
all these activities, please
contact (850) 689-2999/ Fax
(850) 689-8798 or by e-mail
at noymca~ecymca.org.


SOFTBALL
Baker 12, Freeport 2:
Lauren Griffith earned the
win in the circle in a District
1-2A semifinal, while also going
3-for-4 with three RBls and two
runs scored. Carly Barton also
drove in three runs off two hits.
Brittany Kilpatrick went 3-for-3
with an RBL.

Freeport 000 200-2 2 2
Baker 110 703-12 15 1
W-Lauren Griffith. L-Curstin
Buford.

Choctawhatchee 2,
Crestview 1:
At the plate or in the field,
Chantel Dodge was the differ-
emce as the Indians advanced
in the District 1-5A tournament.
Dodge led off the game with
a home run and later scored
Son a hit by Hannah Renn. She
also earned the win, allowing
just three hits and striking out
seven.
Kelly Balcerak had a hit
and scored the lone run for the
Bulldogs, while Autumn Norris
and Heather Kelly also had hits.

Crestview 0 000 0-1 3 0
Choctaw 101 000 x-2 3 1
W-Chantel Dodge. L-Shasta Tew.

BASEBALL
Walton 11, Laurel Hill 1:
Walton's offense had lIttle
trouble in a non-district victory.
Ethan Jackson had the lone
hit for Laurel Hill, while Cory
Becker scored.

Laurel Hill 000 10- 1 1 4
Walton 035 3x-11 10 2
W-Donnie Hicks. L-Ethan
Jackson.

GOLF
Foxwood Country Club
Thursday Lowball, April

10.. David Gansel, Jack
Grammar, Alan Parsons, Don
Mazerat, Bryan Kozer -7
2. Claude Stiles, Mac
Henderson, Dave Hinnant,
Lavauh Dan, ,ehy evy
Thompson, Werth Pittman, Steve
Demara, George Bonner -4
4. Bill Chandler, Charlie
Peele, Paul Coyne, Randy
Taylor -4

American Heart
Association Tournament,
April 11
A Flight
1. Steve Whiddon, Jerry
Maughon, Tim Freeman,
Michael Bouchard 58
2. Steve Mobley, Ron
Henderson, Rance Harrell,
Chris Johnson 59
3. Brad Gutnik, Tim Prier,
Larry Fordyce, Jeff Holmes 60
4. Jake Taylor, Tom Gray, Tim
Patterson, Tom Patterson 61

B Flight

Wellbm Jo Imh 60
2. Wallace, Cassidy,
Cookman, Wells 61
3. Kapp, Radowicz,
Hullinger, McCosh 62
4. Tisa, Highsmith, Fox,
Stinson 62

C Flight
1. Mace, Mace, Clifton,
Fagundes 59
Pa2inB60sjdie, Boisjdie, Tillman,
3. Kennedy, Lolocano,
Huebner 63, Engeldinger 63
4. Bell, Bell, Garriga, Henry 66

Sunday Lowball. April 13
1. Don Bouchard, Don
Breitbach, Nancy Breitbach,
Anthony Perez -13
2. Bob Zwirblia, Gall
Zwrlia,TPaul Cyne, George
3. BrandonMoser, Archie
terz bRon Magnuder, Howard
4. Jay Merrifield, Tom Cook,
Jerry Devoy, Joseph Belanger -9
5. Bryan Kozer, Bill Ward,
Cory McSween, Rance Harrell -9

See BRIEFS 7


Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER When John
Carlisle thinks back on his
2008 District 1-2A chamu-
pion softball team, he first
will think of Chelsea Comb-
est, Allyson McCranie, Syd-
ney Boutwell and Whitilney
Boutwell.
Carlisle, Baker's soft-
ball coach, dedicated the
top-seeded Gators' 7-5 vic
tory against third-seeded
Vernon on Th~ursday in the
District 1-2A championship
game to his senior class.
"You always play for
your seniors," Carlisle said.
"It's all about them."
"This is my third year
here at Baker and they've
been with nle since their
sophomore year. For them
to get to say they are district
champions back-to-back ..
outstanding."
The Gator seniors got to
celebrate because of contri-
butions from every grade
level in the Baker program.
Eighth-grade Paige Ciot-
ton pitched a edmplete
game to pick up the win.
Freshman Mollie Royal
stroked the game-tying hit
in the bottom of the third
innin .
So homore Lauren Grif-
fith made some smooth de-
fensive plays at third base.
Junior Jessica Gilmore
brought home the win-
ning runs on a blooper
that dropped for a two-rn n
single.
And on and on and on.
"It was a team effort all
the way through, up and
down," Carlisle said. "WTe
had some people step up
and come through when we


Nick Tomecek / Florida Freedom Newspapers
A Baker softball player celebrates a run with a jump in the air in the third inning against
Vernon during the District 1-2A finals.


needed them, big time."
Sydney Boutwell will re-
member the wcay the entire
Gator roster stepped up in
her final district game.
"I'll remember it was
my last one," she said.
"And that we came out and
played really well."


The Gators will host Cot-
tondale in a Region 1-2A
quarterfinal Tuesday.
"I don't know anything
about them," Carlisle ad-
mitted. "We've just got
to show up and play our
game. That's one thing we
did tonight very well. We


played a complete game."
Vernon coach Traci Har-
rison got a look at Cotton-
dale last year
"Whoever shows up
and plays well will win
the game," Hanison said
of the Baker-Cottondale
matchup.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

LAUREL HILL Dis-
~trict championships are
Becoming commonplace
for the Laurel Hill softball
team.
The Hoboes beat Rocky
Bayou Christian 6-1 Thurs-
day night to capture their
second straight district
title. It also was the second
championship for fourth-
year coach Scott Varnum.
And the third for Laurel
Hill since 2004.
"We are happy with a
district win," Varnum said.
"This was a. good one for
us, but the first one felt bet-
ter.
The Hoboes (14-5)
will host the District 2-1A
runner-up (Bethlehem or
Graceville) on Tuesday.
Game time has yet to be de-
termined.
Senior catcher Allicia
Griggs, who had two big
hits for Laurel Hill, has
now been on three district
championship teams. She
was an eighth grader on
the 2004 squad that lost in
the state semifinals.
Griggs said the win
against Rocky Bayou was
special. -
"I sat on the bench as an
eighth-grader," she said.
"I'm glad I was able to
contribute a lot. "We all
have our differences, but
we are able to come to-
gether when it's time to
play ball."
Griggs gave the Hoboes
the early lead in the first
inning when she doubled,
moved to third on a wild


Katie Free pitches for the Hoboes against Rock nB Sano Citvien SheBunan


walk, scored on a Free
wild pitch.
Varnum, was especially
pleased with his team's
error-free fielding perfor-
mance.
"We looked really
sharp in the field," he said.
"They really came togeth~-
er tonight and played as a
team and communicated
well."
Knight pitcher Allison
Johnson shook off her
shaky start to hold the Ho-
boes to one hit and four
base runners after the sec-
ond inning. She struck out
four Hoboes.
The four hits allowed
by Johnson were the same
number yielded .by Free
in~ what turned out to be
a pitching battle down th~e
stretch.
Free finished the game
with nine strikeouts. The
biggest was a called third


strike with the bases load-
ed to end the RBCS sixth.
"My hat is off to them
(the Knigh-ts)," Varnum
said. "They battled and
never gave up.
"We had a good start,
but they slowed us down
a little bit. But we did what
we had to to win it."
Varrun doesn't know
much about either Bethle-
hem or Graceville, but, he
plans on having scouting
report as soon as possible.
"We played Bethle-
hem last year (in the re-
gion)," he said. "And we
played them a little bit in
the summer so we know
something about them,
but I don't know anything
about Graceville."

RBCS 000 100 0 --1 4 4
LH- 150 000 x- 6 4 0
W- Katie Free L-Allison
Johnson


pitch and scored on a Ka-
tie Free sacrifice fly. .
Despite having just two
hits in the second iruing,
Laurel Hill took advan-
tage of three Knight errors
and a couple of walks to
score five runs and break
the game open.
Amanda King led off
the inning with a base hit
and later scored.
Free tripled to left to
drive in two runs.
King, Jessica Gartman,
Rachel Sory, Griggs and
Free all scored to make it
6-0 after two.
The rest of the game
was a standoff. Rocky
Bayou scored its lone run
in the fourth inning.
The Knights loaded
the bases with a hit sand-
wiched between a pair of
one-out walks.
Allison VandeVoorde,
who reached on the first


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Gators get contributions from players of all ages


Hoboes celebrate another postseason crown




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