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Crestview news
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Publisher: Crestview news bulletin
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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: April 23, 2008
Copyright Date: 2005
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 2008


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gone up from last year, Tibbetts said.
"Everything's gone up: diesel in buses, food in
lunchrooms, lawn mowers, textbooks, and salaries,"
she said.
"The cost of insurance is skyrocketing. Not just
health insurance, but for buildings. And the cost of
utilities is staggering."
Starting Tuesday, schools began
Lmp'l metn ting an energyr-
a\l-ng p~lan, asking
,r tacullty, students and
taff to turn off
iihg~hts and equip-
ment, including
computers,
when not in
their rooms.
"It has
been a very
tough year, I
t a can tell you
that," Nobles
said.
4 Thmngs
..... aren't looking
L bnghter,

'PreaTh
draconian'
S" He~ operate our
budget pro
cesss off the
S Allen governor's
budget,"
Nobles ex
plained. "The gover-
nor's budget came out and it
was pretty draconian."
Gov. Charlie Crist presented a budget at the
start of the current legislative session that called
for a cut of about $7 million from the Okaloosa
School Diistrict's 2008-09 budget.

See BUDGET A7


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin


kaloosa County school officials minced no
ords.
Budget cuts are coming and they're not
going to be painless.
O Favorite co-curricular activities, from
the French club to the footbl.l tr.un~ art a ging
to feel the squeeze.
At the same time, princilpal- r-
port teachers and support staff ~
have been coming forwardi.
offering to take'on more
responsibilities, to donate
pay to save the jobs of .
valuable part-time staff,
to coach teams and ad-
vise clubs.
"We are looking abou t
a $10 million cut," said
Dr. Alexis Tibbetts, su-
perintendent of schools.
"And I'm just talking Oka-
loosa County schools. He
have cut every budget, de-
partments and schools, tn -E
percent from last year.
budAe masalred etated itt-
1n loal sch ols.

be 2007
O a
1 oa-
scoaIs
had to
"roll back" $3
million to the state Department of Education due to
the slowing Florida economy. In January, a further
$3.2 million rollback was ordered.
"In general terms, our budget was cut $6.2 mil-
lion during the course of the year," said Rodney
Nobles, deputy superintendent.
A4t the same time, the cost of doing business has


Special to the News Bulletin

In October, the stu-
dents at Walker Elemen-
tary School were carried
aboard the space shuttle
Discovery.
Their names were, that

The students' signa-
tures were taken on Trus-
sion STS-120 to the Inter-
national Space Station.
'Last week, students'
names were returned to
the school, along with a
photo of the STS-120 as-
tronaut crew and a flight
certificate verifying their
signatures flew in space.
Walker Principal Jean-
ine Kirkland plans to have
the poster framed and
displayed in the school. It
will serve as a reminder
to future students that the
sky is never the limit!
As a part of the mis-
sion, the signatures tray-
eled 6.25 million miles at
speeds up to 17,500 xmles


"fT h~j~ I Ioud
have been on thadt

shuttle. Maybe one

da~y I will get to go
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-Do-ncrell Seals
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per hour. They orbited the
earth 238 times.
Dondrell Seals, a fourth-
grade student at Walker,
was astonished to discover
how far his signature had
traveled.
"I wish I could liave
been on that shuttle," he
said. "Maybe one day I
will get to go on a rocket!"
His teacher, Tisha
Melton, says she wouldn't
be surprised in the least.
to see Dondrell in flight
aboard a future Space

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Crestview News Bulletin

Do you have the nicest
lawn in north Okaloosa
County?
The lawn ~
judged as
the area's Livr
best inl the
th-e Air-Med-- ag '"Fi"3~~
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Inc./Crest-
view News
Bulletin Best
Lawn Con~ L
test will win -- -
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Air-Medics of NWF Inc.
The service is valued at
$500.
Go online to crestview-
bulletin.com to find out
how to enter the contest.
Click on the "Best Lawns
Contest" tab in the middle
of the page.
We'll post the photos


at crestviewbulletin.com
and in the "Green Living
- Home & Gardening in
north Okaloosa County"
special section in the April
30 edition
p-~.~8 of the Crest-
view News
Bulletin.
Entries
must come
from north
.Okaloosa
-County. En-
sotries must be
received by

Your personA ifr ma-
tion will not be published.
Addresses will be used
only to verify' winners'
lawns. Phone numbers
will be used only to con-
tact winners.
Are you proud of your
lawn? Get your camera
and computer and share it
with the area!


Crestview News Bulletin

The Crestview Relay For
Life was held this past Fri-
day and Saturday at Old
Spanish Trail Park.
The event raised more
than $150,000 for the Amer-
ican Cancer Society, exceed-
ing organizers' goals.
"There is amazing Re-
lay spirit in Crestview,"
American Cancer Society
comrrumity repr sntative


Relay For Life by the
numberS
*1:30 a.m. -- Time ear-
ly Saturday when a thun-
dershower forced tempo-
rary postponement of the
event.
*6 a.m. Time early

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Award Winning
Newspaper
Florida P'ressAssocialion
Rliettr Wcee aespaper Contest


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See more Relay For Life
photos on Page A10

teams in the 2008 Relay, up
from 20 in 2007.
*500 to 800 Approxi-
mate number of people
who attended the 2008 Re-
lay.
*$151,900 Total
among raised er ithe

as of Monday morning.

A Relay For Life event
early Saturday got News
SBulletin Editor Kyle Wr~ighzt's
imagination racing. Find out
what he was thinking by visit-
ing the "Passing Shots" blog
at crestviewbl~zletin.com


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Ann Spann / Ci~estview News Bulletin
Survivors hold the relay torches and banners to mark the
beginning of this year's Relay For Life.


Saturday when the event
resumed. "Almost every-
body came back for the
closing ceremony, so that
was really impressive,"
Kartman said.


*19 Number of
tearns that have already
signed up for the 2009 Re-
lay, tentatively scheduled
for nid-May.
*34 Number of


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Second Alternate: Brianna Rader; Third Alternate and
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Teen Miss
Queen: Jessica Rumnbach; First Alternate and Photogenic:
Kayla Mitchell; Second Alternate: Rachel Dwire; Third
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 2008


Infant Miss
Queen and Photogenic: Allie Cadenhead; First Alternate:
Holly Cox; Second Alternate: Payten Fortner; Thini Alternate:
Blakely Peterson; Fourth Alternate: Elizabeth Cuchens.


Miss Old Spanish Trail Festival
Queen: Kali Flanders; First Alternate: Hailee Cotton;
Second Alternate: Stephanie Morgan. Third Alternate:
Devin Jones. Photogenic: Megan Gill.


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Baby Miss
Queen and Photogenic: Emily Ward; First Alternate:
Candace Simmons; Second Alternate: Josie Bray.


Junior Miss
Queen: Sierra Lloyd; First Alternate: Amanda Bailey;
Second Alternate: Emilee DePue; Third Alternate and
Photogenic: Destiny Powell


Toddlers Miss
Queen and Photogenic: Delaney DePue; First Alternate:
Catilyn Dill; Second Alternate: Claudia Ramey; Third
Alternate: McKenzie Allen.


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Queen: Janee Cato; First Alternate and Photogenic: Dixie
Allen; Second Alternate: Kelby Barfield.


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King and Photogenic:
Kameron Gill.


Toddler Mister
King and Photogenic: Gavin
Fortner.


Tiny Miss
Queen: Reann Cato; First
C Alternate: Maryssa Bryan;
Second Alternate and
Photogenic: Haylee Smith.


Photos special to the
CfGStView News Bulletin


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the bank and now supervises the tellers. When questcion-d
what the best part of her job wa's, Rosemary quickly
answered, "my co-workers and ouir customers. They are
just like family". Come see Rosemary's smiling face at our
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Crestview News Bulletin I A3


NOTICE OF PROPOSED

ENACTMENT OF AN

ORDINANCE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GlVEN THAT ON Monday, April 28, 2008 at
6:00 P.M., at a Regillar Council meeting in the Council Chamber
at City Hall, 198 North Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida, the City
Council of the City of Crestview proposes to adopt Ordinance
#1392 which is set forth by title as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 1392
AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF
CRESTVIEW, FLORIDA, 43.569 ACRES OF CONTIGUOUs
LANDS LOCATED IN SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP 3
NORTH, RANGE 24 WEST, AND BEING DESCRIBED
SAS SET FORTH HEREIN; PROVIDING FOR AUTHORITY-
PROVIDING FOR LAND DESCRIPTION; PROVIDING FOR
BOUNDARY; PROVIDING FOR LAND USE AND ZONING
DESIGNATION; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENT TO THE
BASE,M EADH USE DP NIN M ME;PNRTVI INVGDF
FOR FILING WITH THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF
OKALOOSA COUNTY, THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE
OFFICER OF OKALOOSA COUNTY AND THE FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF STATE; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL
OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.
The 43.56-t acres to be annexed by Ordinance 1392 is identified
in the Okaloosa County's Property Appraiser's Office by parcel
identification number 11-3N-24-0000-0001 -0170 and part of
11-3N-24-0000-0001 -0110. Said 43.56+ acres is located in
Section 11, Township 3 North, Range 24 West, at the western
end of Seneca Trail. The parcel's location is shown on the map
Labeled "Ordinance 1392" in this advertisement.

Copy of the proposed ordinance and complete legal description
of the property being annexed are available in the City Clerk's
Office, at City Hall at 198 North Wilson Street in the City of
Crestview, Florida, where they may be inspected by the public
and interested Ijarties, and interested parties may appear at the
meeting and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinances.

The City Council of the City of Crestview, Florida does not
discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability status.
Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for
in the Americans With Disabilities Act to insure access to and
participation in the meeting should contact the Office of the City
Clerk at (850) 682-6131 at least five (5) calendar days prior to the
meeting to make appropriate arrangements.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City
Council with respect to any matter considered at this meeting or
public hearing such person will need a record of the proceedings
and for such purpose, such person may need to insure that.
a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and any evidence upon which the appeal
is to be based.

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fox and grey squirrel,

mcra c ,efox a sm tello,
raccoon, and several spe-
cies of local fish. You may
want to bring a picnic
snack or lunch to enjoy
after our guided tour with
tour guide John McMa-
hon. The Hub City Envi-
ronmental Center is locat-
ed at 132 Butler Avenue at

the Ai r~3r0St me
will be "It's Raining, It's
Pourin ." The May 7
theme will be "I Love You,
La Sit is held in the
Story Room, is signed


Older children are always
icome.d~oin utslon spe-
ciic Tues ays at 10
a.m. for stories, songs,
Mand fingher- p ays. bee,
May teme wil "
Love Mommy." The May
13 theme will be "Cat &
SMouse .
After School Stories:
On the first Monday of
the month, children ages
6 and up gather to enjoy
stories, music, crafts, and
research activities. Sign-m
begins at 3:45 p.m. The
program itself lasts from 4
to about 4:45 p.m. Parents
are welcome once to visit
and get a feel for the class,
and then feel free to enjoy
the library. The May 7
theme will focus on 'Jam
& Jelly'. Enjoy stories, mu-
sic, and crafts. .
Family Library Time:
One evening a month,
come enjoy time at the
Library as a family! Family
Library Tune is designed
for families with elemen-
tary and middle school
children. Please visit the
library for more details as
the events draw near.

STAFF PICKS
"Bad Blood" by Lmnda
A. Fairstein. (CD Fic Fai)-
Assistant
D.A. Al-
exandra
Cooper
finds
her-
self in
yet an-
o her
high-
profile,
compli--
cated homicide case. The


Lise D. Lofstrand
Catalog Librarian

PROGRAMS
Book Club: Are you
interested in joining a
book: club? The topic

i e ineete ensuc as
mysteries, romance, ad-
venture, thrillers, Sci-Fi or
whatever else your heart
desires. The book club
meets every second and
fout o inda am il p.m.
call Helen Bosch at 537-
8884 or see Director Jean
Lewis.

ADULT PROGRAMS
1st Tuesday Lecture:
Jeff Werner, computer col-
umnist for the Northwest
Florida Daily News, will
Present "It's Geek to Me:
Intro to Tech Gadgets" at
Sthe May 6 First Tuesday
Lecture at the Robert L.
F. Sikes Public Library in
Crestview.
Jeff will discuss the
progre ssion of audio for-
mats and storage media
From the original Edison
recordings up to modern
MicroSD flash memory. If
you Pemember the "old'
record albums and 45s


and wonder what is this
"MP3s" and "iPod" stuff
your children and grand-
children are talking about,
this is the program for

The program starts at
10:30 a.m., with coffee
and cookies, served begin_
ning at 10 a.m. Topics for
all of 2008 may be found
on the library Web site at
wwcty fcrestview.org/


YOUTH PROGRAMS
Story Time is designed
for those who are at least
3 years old (unless accom-
panied by an older sibling)
Pand meets at 10:15 a.m. on
Wednesd ys for stories,
songs, and finger-plays.
After t po am, a

simple craft together. We'll
gather at 10 a.m. today at
8the Hub City Envirollmen-
tal Center for a field trip'
.Learn about native plants
and animals. See the old-
est tree arboretum in the
Panhah~dle Area. The
center features a nature
museum with wildlife
fish, ~and insect exhibits
of over 50 species. Ani-
mal mounts include deer,
beaver, coyote, turkey,


defendant is a prominent
young businessman ac-
cused of murder for hire
in the strangulation death
of his beautiful rich wife.
Her two~ cohorts, Mercer
and Mike, are right in the
middle of it with her. At
the same time an explo-
sion rips right through one
of New York City's water
tunnel projects. Through
new forensics techniques,
the three of them discover
that somewhere there is
a connection to Cooper's
homicide case. Fairstein's
usual flair for brilliant
detective work keeps her
audience ca tured with
cutting edge forensics,
deadly courtroom drama
and a thrilling chase at the
end tha kept this reader


EarS 5by aen F 11e (CD
Fic Fol). Having read most
of Follett's fast-paced spy
thrillers, this one was a
sweet surprise. He has
all of the same intrigue,
romance and suspense as
usual, only this one is on a
much larger scale. The set-
ting is 12th-century feudal
Gland. At center sta e is
the building of a magnifi-
cent cathedral. The story is
the building of the cathe-
dral and the intrigue sur-
rounding it. Follett has the


talent to
put his
reader's
right
there in
the story
as it
unfolds.
His char'-
acters


time, widowed for two
years, she is set up with
one of her South Philly
extended family members
and finds herself attracted
to the man. As her investi-
gation sheds more light on
the case things begin to get
worse. T lwyer h
gave her the case is mur-
dered. She now suspects
the long ago suicide wias
instead a murder. With
her love life temporarily
on hold, Mary confronts
the man she believes is
responsible for her client's
death. Her life is now in
jeopardy. As with all Scot-
toline'S thrillers, I highly
recommend this one.

JUST ASK
asAnnyquestions?bJust
Jean, S ndra,iArma, Miss

dara, Lise, Tracey, Janice,
Heather W or Audrey.

CONACT US
On the Web: www.cit-
yoferestview.org/1ibrary.

Pone: 682-4432
Address: 1445 Com-
merce Drive, Crestview,
FL 32539 (Behind the
Crestview Post Office)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"Learn to get in touch
with the silence within
yourself and know that
everything in this life has
a purpose." Elisabeth
Kubler-Ross.


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are richly depicted as is
the scenery, the towns-
people, the castles and the
entanglements of each of
them. For those readers
who like historical drama,
Follett outdoes himself
with this one. It is truly
an epic with the vividness
of real life. We have it in
book form as well, as on
CD. I enjoy books on CDs
and have to admit this
one, o far, has been my

Sc"Killer Simile oy isa
Another in the series of
lawyer Mlary Di~unzio,
Scottoline's storyline has
Mary stuck with a case
that's over 50 years old.
She's given few clues
by a fellow South Philly
lawyer, yet the closer she
looks at the.file the more
curious she becoines. The
case is that of an interned
Italian-American during
World War II who alleged-
ly commits suicide. Work-
ing late one night she gets
a terrifying telephone call.
That same night, at home,
she finds a dark figure
lurking at her front door.
She now knows she's onto
something. In the mean-


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Hollinghead art featured at library

Special to the News Bulletin

Contemporary folk
artist Toby Goodwin
Hollinghead, owner of
the Grab Bag Gallery in L-;
Opp, Ala., will be the
featured artist for May i'
and ~ume at t~he ber

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demonstration by
Gordon Martial Arts, a
Diaper Derby & Toddler
Trot and the "Inaugural
Old Spanish Trail 400"
lawn mower race.
Music will be
provided all day by local
entertainers and national
recording artists Cher
Lynn Bragg, and Jim
Hubbard and the River
Chase Band.


The treasure hunt starts April 27.
It will Conti~nue until May 3 at show's
end or until the tre~asu~re is found


For details on
participating in any of
these events, call Mac
at 826-1234, Grace or
Angela at 682-0031,
Cindy at (850) 758-0298,
email ostf@cox.net, or go
to www.woolcom.net/
ostf online.
The schedule includes
the grand parade at
2 p.m. on Industrial
Boulevard.


Crestview News Bulletin

The 52nd Old Spanish
Trail Festival is just
around the corner.
The Old Spanish Trail
Festival Society and the
Hub City Bass Masters
kick off the 52nd Annual
Old Spanish Trail Festival
with an inaugural Youth
Fishing Tournament on
Sunday at Twin Hills Park


Hen ersons


to sing at


Shady Grove
Shady Grove Assembly
of God Church at 1189
Shady Grove Church Rd. in
Baker, invites you to special
concert on Sunday at 6 p.m.
Special guests will be The
Hendersons of Milton.
The family has been
ministering through
traditional and southern
gospel-style music since
1989.
Pastor Carroll Senn and
the congregation welcome
everyone to come and be a
part of this special service.
For more information call
537-9611`.

Elks hope to

raise $1 million

in state event
Crestview News Bulletin

The Florida State Elks
Association Army of Hope
Committee presents the
Army of Hope Picmic on
May 3 at Warrington Elks
Lodge in Pensacola.
Elks across the state will
hold picnics simultane-
ously in an effort to raise $1
prlo fr aalrem services
ly wounded in the Iraq and
Afghanistan conflicts, as
well as their families:
Funds raised at the War-
rington event will help
Okaloosa County service
personnel and their fami-
lies.
The picnic is from noon
to 4 p.m. Admission is a $20
donation ($5 for children
under age 10).for all you
can eat and drink.
For details, contact the
Warrington Elk~s Lodge at
(850) 423-3825. The War-
rington Elks Lodge is lo-
cated at 727 S. 72nd Ave. in
Pensacola. .


Hospice offers
remembrance

celebration
Special to the News Bulletin

Covenant Hospice will
present a "Rerrembrance
Celebration of Life" on
May 4 from 2 to 4 p.m. The
program will be presented
at the Crescent Park Vil-
lage Assisted Living Fa-
cility at 551 W. Redstone
Ave.
beThe celeb loiont wl
chmann, Bereavement
Specialist for Covenant
Hospice. The event will
include music, candle
lighting and selected read-
ings. Family members and
friends are encouraged
to bring a photo of their
loved one to be displayed
on a special remembrance
board at the ceremony. A
reception and fellowship
will follow after the cere-
mony. This program is free
and open to the public.
"This is a special occa-


sion for healing, honoring,
and reflecting," says Es-
chmann. "We encourage
anyone mn the community
who has suffered the loss

of a= loed one tso joill cos

that: were dear to them."
For more information,,
contract Eschmann at
!:,;~ .11 ,,t..-3628.


at 1 pm. for children ages
2-13.
Preregistration by
the April 27 deadline of
12:30 p.m. is encouraged.
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and a rock climbing
wall are planned. Prizes
will be presented to all
fishing participants, with
awards given to the top
anglers.
The treasure hunt starts


April 27. It will continue
until May 3 at show's end
or until the treasure is
found (whichever comes
first).
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held Tuesday, April 29


through May 3.
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place of worship and possession
of drug paraphernalia. ALCUS
EDWARD AGERTON, 36, of
5248 Morris St., Crestview, was
charged with probation viola-
tion.*RANDALL L. BUSBEE, 42,
of 109 Jeff Drive, Crestview, was
charged with making a false re-
port to law enforcement. JON-
ATHAN J. MCGHEE, 20, of 6304
Home at Last Lane, Crestview,
was charged with obstruction by
disguise. JERRY AARON, 34,
of 330 Walnut Ave., Crestview,
was charged with possession of
a legend drug (penicillin) and
drug paraphernalia.
4/3: BRUCE FELIPE, 23, of
3102 Carousel Court, Apt. C,
Birmingham, Ala., was charged
with operating a motor ve-
hicle without a valid- license.
*JONATHAN MICHAEL
HUTCHESON, 20, of 2602 Lake
Silver Road, Crestview, was is-
sued a notice to appear on a
charge of failure to register a
motor vehicle. JUAN ANTO-
NIO CASTILLO, 43, of 835 Mayo
Trail, Crestview, was charged
with attaching tag not assigned.
4/4: EMERSON LAMAR
MOORE, 35, of 196 Washington
Street, Crestview, was charged
with possession of a controlled
substance (MDMA).
4/5: A 16-year-old Crestview
resident was issued a ziotice to
appear on a charge of operating
a motor vehicle withoixt a valid
license. JUANA FRANCISCO
GARCIA-SORTO, 20, fol904
Tucker Court, Ft. Pierce, Fla., was
charged with operating a motor
.eice without a Ed hie nse
NANDEZ, 21, of Crestview, was
charged with operating a motor
Vehicle without a valid license..
4/6: CHARLES JOSEPH
GAGNER, 44, of 1303 Sunshine
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with driving under the influence
of alcohol or drugs and driv-
ing while license suspended or
revoked. BRANDON SCOTT~
ROWELL, 22, of 5399 Fox Hound
Lane, Baker, was charged with
possession of paraphernalia.
*MICHELLE LOUISE STAN-
LEY, 37, of 804 E. Chestnut Ave.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of drug parapher-
nalia and marijuana. KELSEY
JAWAN SILER, 32, of 1090 Mar-
tin Luther King Jr., Blvd., Crest-.
view was charged with driving
while license suspended, first
offense. GRANT E. WILLSEY,
19, of 6138 Highway 393, Crest-
view, was charged with driving
while license suspended or re-
voked, first offense. MANUEL
ACOSTA RENOVATO, 42, of 47
Monroe St., Beverly Hills, Fla.,
was charged with driving with
an expired license and possess-
ing a forged driver's license.
4/7: KEVIN RAY GREEN-
WELL, 29, of 214 Virginia St.,
Crestview, was issued a notice
to appear on a charge of driving
while license suspended or re-
voked, first offense. EARNEST
SINGLETARY, 47, of 111 Grimes
Ave., Crestview, was charged
with resisting arrest without vio-
lence, and possession marijuana
and cocaine.
4/8: MAXIMINO MELCHOR,
27, of 1005 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd., Crestview, was charged
with operating a motor vehicle;
without a valid license, BREN-
DA B. MIKA, 50, of 3009 Sowell
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with driving under the influence
of alcoholic beverages.
4/9: CRYSTAL RENEA UL-
RICH, 25, of 343 E. North Ave.,
Crestview, was issued a notice
to appear on a charge of driving
without a vali lense. EA-
NEST TOM GOODMAN, 22,
was charged with trespass after
warning (public housingg.
4/10: JAMES HAROLD
K~ITTRELL, 56, of 3872 Golden
Acres Circle, Crestview, was
charged with driving while li-
cense suspended, first offense.
*WILLIE FREDERICK HAR-
RISON, 28, of 793 McDonald
St., Crestview, was charged with
driving while license suspended,
first offense.* JAMES EDWARD
NEWTON, 59, of 802 Adams St.,
Crestview, was charged with
possession of cocaine.
41: MICAH LONNIE
eATEt r3e8, of 32outhemi dir
orderly conduct and public order
crime/prejudice while commit-
ting offense. RONDA RENEE
MCLEAN, 39, of 4444 Cooper
Lane, Holt, was charged with
driving while license suspended,
first offense. AMOS CLIFTON
CLAYBORNE, 20, of 454 Jillian
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with operating a motor vehicle
without a valid license. HAPPY
OTIS JONES, 29, of 2831 Carver
A chp Creest iew, wasmcharged



Okaloosa County


Sheriff's reports
2/27: A 16-year-old Crestview
resident was charged with grand
th~eft auto, burglary to an unoc-
cupied structure and petit theft.
3/2: Jason Paul Keegan, 19, of
6028 State Road 85 N., Crestview,
was charged with criminal mis-
chief totaling less than $200 and
possession of an alcoholic bever-
ages by a person under 21 years
of age.
3/3: Travis Harrison Baez, 19,
of 422 Shoal Lake Drive, Crest-
view, was charged with loitering
or prowling.


3/27: Tracey Celeste Lee, 34, of
1071 Martin ILuthor. King Jr. 81vd.,
CrestviewY, was charged with bat-
tery on a law enf'orccment- officer,
recsisting officers with violence,
po"ssession ofrcocaine with intent
to distribut-e and possession of
druLg par~apher~nalia. Brand~on
Michael Severns, 18, of 334 Aprple
Drivie, Crestview, was charged
with possession of alcohol by a
person under 21 years of age. *
LARRENCE DURELLE MOORE,
21, of 206 Jeff Drive, Crestview,
was charged with possession of
cocaine, Hydtrocodone and less
than 20 grams of marijuana.
3/28: Chase Alexander Glov-


er, 20, of 5312 Whitney Court,
Crestview, was charged with
battery
3/29: Noah Dewayne Odom,
41, of 5556 Hwy. 393, Crestview,
was charged with procuring a
person under 18 for prostitution.
*Gweridolyn Alicia Ponder, 31,
of 260 West Pine Ave., Crestview,
was charged with affray. Jes-
sica Lee Savioe, 25, of 998 Kelvin
Court, Crestview, was charged
with affray.
3/30: Lionel Fournier, 25, of
3105 Earl Kennedy Road, Crest-
view, was charged with violating
his driver's license restrictions.
3/31: KEVIN RAYMOND


SULLIVANT, 50, was charged
uWithl battery-touch or strike, re-
sisting an officer with violence
and disorderly intoxication.
4/1: MELANIE WEEKS
WARD, 34, of 1010 Edgewater
Drive, Crestview, was charged
with trespassing-entry on prop-
erty unlawfully. XAVIER LA-
MARR THOMAS, 22, of 112 But-
ler Circle, Crestview, was charged
with possession of cocaine with
intent to distribute within 1,000
feet of a place of worship. *
4/2: MADE JENKINS, 37,
of 402 E. Bowers Ave., Crest-
view, was charged with sale of
cocaine within 1,000 feet of a


211 Citadel Lane, Crest~iciw, was
charged w~ith four counts of ob-
mnining or attempting to obtain
controlled substance by fraud
and six counts of prescription
fraudi. Davlid N. Colield, 52,
of 8 Bobolink St., Fort Walton
Beach, was char~ged with disor-
derly intoxication.
3/25: Brenda Wilson Blood-
worth, 54, of 322 Skyline Circle,
Crestviiew, was charged withl- re-
sisting an officer with violence
and indecent exposure in public.
*Waviil Alton McKee, 25, of 572
West Beech Ave., Crestview, w\as
charged with battery (domestic
violence).


City of Crestview
Police Dept. reports
*BUDDY DALE CAUSEY,
49, of596 Brock ~ve., Crestriew,
wans charged wzith burilarY,
grand theft and dealingi in stolen
prope~rty. HARRY CUNNING-
HAM IV, of 4050 S. Fordon Blvd.,
Lot 29), Crestv.iewl was charged
with domestic violence; Il .11
touch or strike
3/22: Anthony Ray Ambrose,
26, of 4200 Cooper Lane, Holt,
!vas charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked,
third offense.
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Conzgratuclations Brian Hucghes


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Brian Hughes
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The Crestview Police
Department Street Crimes
Unit t-argeted two venues
for drug traffic surveil-
lakce last week and netted
three suspects.

Fraud chargeS
Alerted by Fort Wal~
ton Beach police, on April
15, Crestview Police re-
sponded to the Wal-Mart
pharmacy to investigate a
suspected fraudulent pre-
scription,
A preScription by a Fort
Walton Beach doctor to
Crestview resident Carrie
Woods, 32, appeared to be
altered from the original
60 Lortab pills to 160.
The Wal-Mart phar-
macist was suspicious
because the handwriting
samples on the prescrip-
tion appeared to be differ-
ent. The pharmacist called
the doctor, who in turn
called local police.
Crestview Police re-
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Friday that Woods had
contacted the store to pick
up her prescription. Street
Crimes Unit officers in
plain clothes staked out
the store and, arrested
Woods when she picked


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purchase of marijuana"
using a confidential infor-
mant. The informant said
he purchases pot "from
the defendant on a regular
basis."
Arrested was Joseph
Ignatiuis Stevens, 24, who
had approximately 225
grams of marijuana in twoe
bags in his pockets.
"We ~had just arrested
him in February," said
Street Crimes Unit com-
mander Lt. Joseph Floyd.
"This time we got h-alf a
pound, and we seized his
Mustang."
Stevens was charged
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of a school. Antioch El-
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Two perfect reasons
for celebrating north
ern Okaloosa County's
wYealth- of natural beau-

with co lesdsaths Eve h
Day observances and
Friday's national Arbor
Day.
Both holidays will be
celebrated Thursday at
C~r tview'En Jhn m -
tal Education Center.
Events will be held
from 10 a.m. until noon
at the city-owned cen-
ter on Butler Circle off
Mapoles Street.
The day will begin
with a tree planting cer-
emony to celebrate the
two holidays.
"It's to recognize the
value and importance
of Arbor and Earth
days," said retired state
forester John McMahon,
for whom the center is
named.
"The mayor will
read a proclamation
making this the start
of an annual recogni-
tion in the city of Crest-
view," McMahon said.
"It's part of the 'green


Carrie
Woods


up the prescription,
Woods was charged
with forgery and attempt
to obtain a controlled sub_
stance by fraud, and with
trafficking inr a controlled
substance '


Alleged marijuana
distribution
Friday evening the
Street Crimes Unit served
a search warrant at a resi-
dence at the Addison Place
Apartments off Antioch
Road.
"A search of the resi-
clence recovered approxi-
mately 53 grams of mari-
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freezer," the arrest report
stated. ,
The pot was packed in
three bags. A fourth bag
was found in a kitchen
drawer. Joint stubs were
found in ashtrays else-
where in the apartment.
Jason Edward Harvey,
21, was arrested on charges


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
The city-owned John McMahon Environmental
Education Center will be the setting for the first city-wide
celebration of Arbor and Earth days on Thursday.

EARTH DAY & HARBOR DAY CELEBRATION
Thucr sea... :pril L'- 10 sm 'til noon~r~ at the- John

Butler Circle off Mapoles Street.


revolution,' as I like to
call it,
McMahon said, the
morning's events will
include a petting zoo for
youngsters with goats,
chickens, an iguana and
perhaps a small boa
constrictor.
Classes from North-
wood Elementary and
Richbouig Middle
schools are planning


to come. McMahon ex-
tended an invitation to
students from all area
schools as well.
"It's kinda odd that
Earth Day and Arbor
Day fall in the same
week," McMahon said.
"We hope it'll be the
start of the local com-
munity observing and
appreciating our natu-
ral environment."


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Brian Is the News Bulletin's
reporter. He was honored for
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Joy Gail Sidwell
Joy Gail Sidwecll, 62, of Pensacola, died Saturda~y in a Pecnsacola
hospital. She was born in M~iami.
S~urvivour s include her husband, Lee Sidwe~ll; sons, julstin and Jona-
than Sidw\ell; dalughter, Laura Malki; grandsons, Alex Manki, Solomon,
M~icah, and G~abriel Sidwell; grandcdaughter, Emily Maki; parents, Jus.
tice and Ella Bea Johnson of Baker.
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Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

DeFIJNIAK SPRINGS
Theatre serves many
purposes. It canl make
an audience think about
,ies foibles. It can try to
sway your opinion. It can
draw on your emotions
and your sympathies.
Many times, it can just
entertain.
That's sure what the
Florida Chautauqua
Theatre's production of
Disney's High School Mu-
sical2 did last weekend. For
about two solid hours of
fun, we could disengage
our brains, store them
safely under our seats and
just have a blast.
Director Beth Camp-
bell-Work has a diligent
.troupe of young thespians
under her command. In
fact, she tends to only cast
young people.
-"You get them too old
and they turn into divlas,"
she said.
The theatre draws its
players from throughout
Okaloosa and Walton
counties. Locals Chuck
Hewett and Ashley

niogh Iun uoandte frot
Crestview, "and we loved
every minute of it," Bolton
said. .
High School Musical has
been described as "Grease
without the sex." It's the
ol' boy-meets-girl-over-
the-summer tale, and
what do you know, they
turn out to be classmates
when she transfers to his
school.
He's Troy, the jock, in
this case the "play-maker
dude" for the East High
Wildcats basketball team.
She's Gabriella, the "~brai-
niac" heavily recruited for


SShuttle mission.
"Dondrell is a gifted
writer," she said. "Maybe
.one day he can be a report-
er aboard future shuttle
flights!"
Marissa Young, a fifth-
grader, was also surprised
by the speed and distance
of the flight
"I am usually inter-
Sested in old and. extinct
things, since I want to be
an archeologist one day,"
she said. "It's cool to thiik
about something like this.
Space is like the future."
Brandi Ard is Marissa's
fifth-grade teacher. She
says Marissa is a very
Dedicated student and her
archeological studies just
might take her out of this


world one day!
Ken Mara, a second-
grade teacher at Walker,
organized the activity.
"It was a really fun ex-
perience gathering all the
signatures, but the best
part was the actuality of
them flying around in
orbit on the shuttle," he
said. "That was the cool-
est."

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Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
A lively celebration, the Florida Chautauqua Theatre production of High School Musical
appealed to a wide audience.


eight minutes) sister.
The clash between the
arts and sports, a common
occurrence in our schools,
comes to a head when
Troy and Gabriella try out
for Julliet & Romeo, a musi-
cal variation of the Shake-
speare classic.
"This school is about
more than sweaty young
men throwing balls in
buckets!" declares the
defiant drama teacher
Ms. Darbus, wonderfully
played to the hilt by OWC
soph more Abby Hunter.

torts Coach Bolton, played
with.enjoyable bluster by
Hunter's classmate Jay
Chance (older brother of
Kyle).
But, as Ms. Darbus
sagely notes, "Anything
is possible in the world of
theatre." Troy and Gabri-
ella dethrone the reigning
drama queen and get the
leads in the play.
High School Musical was
the celebration of life as
found only in the theatre.
And we loved it. As the
lady behind me observed,
"Whoo! That's so good!"


Crestview thespians Ashley Bolton End Chuck Hewett had
strong supporting roles in the Florida Chautauqua Theatre
production of High School Musical.


I. Call the meeting to
order
II. Prayer and Pledge of
allegiance to the flag
III..Public Coinment~s:
IV. New Business:
1. Nomination & Ap-
pointment (Vacated Coun-
cil Seat)
2. Contraction ~Reqluest
(Review Report/ set Pub-
lic Hearing)
3. Waste Water Plan
(Review Summeryr/land
acquisition)
V. Reports:


1. Attorney's Report
S2. Clerk's Report:
3. Mayor's Report:
4. Fire Chief's Reports:
5. City Manager's re-
ports:
1. Financial Status of
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(Budget vs. Perfor-
mance & Last Year)
VI Old Business:
1. Appoint CDBG Citi-
zens Advisory TIask Force
VII. Approve Payment
of the Bills:
VIII. Adjourn


the science team.
Timothy Camp's en-
ergetic Troy grew on us
throughout the evening.
Lovely Cami Fletcher as
Gabriella brought her char-
acter such wimming charm.
Characters are typical
personalities encountered
in American high school
hallways: jocks, brains,
thespians and those kids
who don't always fit into
the popular cliques. *


Our audience loved
talented Nicole Yeakos
as Sharpay, the conceited
president of th~e drama
club.
"She's, like, all about
the bling!" observed a girl
sitting behind us, admiring
Sharpay's flashy outfits.
As her twin'brother
Ryan, Kyle Chance
shined, especially when he
shakes free the domilieer-
ing yoke of his older (by


place is the school library.
"Media centers are imp-
portantt in schools. They are
the hu~b of literacy," Tibbetts
assured. "We are not going
to shut down our media ,
centers.
"But the role of librar-
ies has changed," Tibbetts
added.
Though it might become
necessary to cut a media
specialist, "we're not cut-
ting the media center. Li-
braries are alive and well."
In addition to rising
expenses and decreasing
revenues, the district faces
cut~s in programs funded by
the federal government.
"The federal budget is
stnig~lgling with tr~illions of .
dollars for the war effort,"
T~ibbetts said.
It has cut Impact Fund-
ing, the compensation
schools; near large military
installations (such1 as Eglin
Air For~ce Base) receive for
the loss of property tax
funinC~lg.
Federal funding also has
been gr~eatly reduced or cut
for specific programs such
as special education.

C8usOS and effects
Thr~ough-out Florida,
class size reduction '
amendment to thie state
constitution also is h-av-
ing a tremendous impact
on school budgets, school
officials say.
"People need to realize
the class size reduction
amendment is still in ef-
fedE and we still have to
hold to those numbers,"
Nobles explained. "Th~at
causes more teachers and
classroom space to be
needed. That's anoth-er
area we are not getting
any relief on."
Nobles said two bills
died during the current
legislative session that
would have alleviated the
amendment's negative
impact on school budgets.
One often-cited factor
that does nlot affect th-e
school district budget is
the recent passage of the
tax reduction amendment.


"None of this has any-
thing to do with taxes,"
Nobles stressed. "The tax
amendment will not even
affect us until 2019, and
then that'llbe another
whammny."
As if things don't look
bad enough, Nobles and
Tibbetts both predict even
more cuts will be needed
for the 2009-10 school year.
"WVe're making lists now
and looking at the cost of
each program and service,"
Nobles said. "We're going
to go through and prioritize
this year and begin plan-
ning for the 09-10 year.
"Some cuts will be
negotiated items with the
(teachers') union. Some will
greatly limit the services we
offer the parents and public
now," he said.

One shining light
Nobles said there is
one shining light. Teach-
ers and staff are stepping
forward in increasing
numbers and offering to
do what they can to help.
"Teachers have been
offering to do more,"

amzigte stoo22s Ier
frorn principals about the
people willing to pitch in
and do without monetary
reward, or working a little
longer and a little harder
to keep people employed.
"It's been neat hearing
these stories of people
caring for other people.
People step up in tough
times, and that's just
what this is, a tough time,
but we're going to get
through it."
Tibbetts also expressed
optimism for the future
of education in Okaloosa
County, despite the chal-
lenges ahead.
"We're going to make
it, and I want people to
know we're going to be
all right," Tibbetts said.

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"That is what our
schools are operating at
right now," Nobles said.
"We thought that would be
the worst-case scenario."
Then the legislature got
to work, antd things tools a
further downturn.
"The bottom line is, the
house budget is $5 mil-
lion less...and the senate
is $6.2 million less than
the governor gave us," -
Nobles said. "We're look-
ing to have to cut deeper
when the legislature clos-
es its session."
The district is already
undergoing reductions of
personnel, programs and
services, Nobles said.
S"We'll probably go
through them again," he
said. "And deeper."
To date, however, cuts
have been across the board.
"Thle next set of cuts
wil have to be targeted,"
Nobles said. "We'll havre to
look at specific areas such
as programs and services.
Just cutting across the board
now would affect some of
the smaller schools to the
point where they couldn't

"'W'e'll have togo out
and identify areas that need
to betargeted an-dmaybe
eliminated.

'Number one goal'
"My number one goal is
to keep the cuts as far away
from the students and the
classroom as possible," as-
sured Tibbetts,
"II am committed to
keeping the quality of
education as high as it is
todayy" she continued. "A
child that's a senior in high
school next year will have
jitst the same quality ex-
perience as a child that's a
senior this year."
County schools plan us-
ing "site-based budgeting,"
Tibbetts said.
"Every principal and ev-
ery budget advisory council
100ks at their budget and
determines what is most
important to their school."
One place where cuts
most definitely will not take


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Great fun at 'Hi h School Musical'


BUDG ET continued from Al


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WEDNESDAY, April 23. 2000







Here is a samplling9 of w~hat people had to
say about recent nzorth Okaloosa County nzeros
topics. Comml~ents were collected from the Crest-
view Newvs Bulletinl Web site.

Topic: Crestview police chief Brian
M1;itchell ordered unarmed per standard
procedure after alleged domestic dis.
pute.
Chief Mitchell is one of the best things to
happen~ to this clt\- LI a long trme. Wha~terer
is going on is personal and btw~~\teen the
hief a'.nd his wife. It's none of ou~r b~ee-swa1
and doesn't even warrant the attenhan it's
getting. God ble;- youL chief. Golod IluckI
Like in e\-ei\ ry cnflict there are alwia-s
two'C sides to et erlv story!.~ lease dion t hang
the gm' until both sides are ab~le to plead
their case!

There'- alwvays to sides to a stor\', but i
still don't drink he should bE able t'o cai-u r
a gun ulnbl this matter has b~een before the
juldge Is he ablovei the law\' Ani onet else
w\oulld be mn lail and w\oullld not be able to
carrv a gin

Topic: Number of unlicensed driverrs on
north Okaloosa Count! roads appears to
be on the rise.
WGe need mo~re creati\ e juldges Instead of


cars, remote their w\heelts. anld dc~ w~hatr\-er
it takes to keep them or~t the street until th~e!
get their licen~se- back.

The late- take- away~~ the only- means most
people ha\te ofi SurIT\IngI~. IeS they. should 1
be punis'hed but It'- not like w~e ha\e. a bus-
thng public transportation system in our
area. The punishment of: takimg away7 a pCer-
son's license has many additional punish-
ments ajncluding umnemployment, making a
person unable to purchase necessities '$lro-
cenres, anc imak~ing2 It muich more dif ~iiult t\
survive It comes down~~ to this It \ou made
sonie mistakes mn the past th~at resulted in
you and \'our tamily star?-ung, and the onli
w~a\. for you to suriat .e w~as for yoiu to break
the lawr and illegally dri\-e to proirde 'or
them. would \ouI There has to be mother
alternan~es such as deviies that will1 not let
the ca r start without checi ng the d r l\er's
breath, probabon reglu~lrn GPS sy!stems
that must be turned in monthly and are
chec ked by- la\\ enforcement to ensu re ai-
equate compliance of' the traftic laws.j etc.
Taking aw~a!- a person's only metans ofi sur-
\ iva;l is not a soluhon. Even Ln prison y'ou
are taken care of.

Take aw~aj a means of jur\ i\-al? There
are talk., neighbors, reblat es. friends. so-
clal servriice, etc. In bieu of driving. Grilcer!.
stores and other shops are wltlun w\alking
distance ofi mulch of CrEhestrie Bicyciles
come w\ith baskets to iarry' goodS. The-re are
reasons wihy people lose their license;. Be-
ing Irresponsible on the roads e~ndangertng
law\-abiding mlotorists, is the main oine. I am
glad those idiots lose their licenses.







PrdiP HTO
Brian Hughes


PASSING Have you asked what BRAC
`'"J H TS can do for your country?


It was John E Kennedy few years back. concerned about whether BRAC process. One of the ,
who said, "Ask what your The local reaction after perhaps moving the 46th other speakers deserves
country can do for you the initial BRAC announce- from Eglin to Edwards credit for offering a possi-
ask not what you can do for ment focused on the eco- might' actually be the best ble solution (a~ rew runway
your country." nomic boom that could ac- thing for the Air Force on the interior of Eglin'l to
I have that backwards? company the development and by extension, for the go along with: his beef (the
You could fool me, based of the Joint Strike Fighter country. new forces coming to Eg-
on some of the public reac- Initial Training Site and Any government ac- liti would cause excessive
tion to the 2005 Base Re- relocation of the 7th Special tion these days is filled noise in surrounding com-
alignment and Closure law Forces Group (Airborne) with more pork than a munities).
and related issues since the from Fort Bragg, N.C., to slaughterhouse. It's fair to Feel free to visit nwfdai-
law's passage three years Eglin. question any government lynews.com/pdf/ BRAC.
ago. No one here seemed proposal. pdf and draw your own
The issue took center too concerned at how the Unfortunately, many of conclusions about how
stage in the Crestview realignment might hurt the those who have concerns BRAC will impact you.
Community Center this area around Fort Bragg, about BRAC and who had Just keep in mind, if you
past Wednesday with a N.C. concerns about the move of insist on asking what your
public-hearing on possi- The local reaction after the 46th only seem to want country can do for you, at
ble environmental impact the proposed move of the' to know how the govern- least ask what you would ~;
when new forces arrive at 46th Test Wing from Eglin ment actions can benefit .be willing to do for your
Eglin Air Force Base. to Edwards focused on the them. country.
I feared more me-first economic harm the move Never mind what we
comments such as the ones could cause to Northwest can do for our country., Kyle Wright is the News
voiced at a similar hear- Florida. The attitude at the north Bulletin Editor. Contact him
ing April 15 in Niceville No one here seemed county-hearing this past at 682-6524, or e-mail kylew@
and in the aftermath of the too concerned at how the Wednesday was refreshing. crestviewbulletin.com. Visit
proposed (and eventually realignment might help the Crestview Area Cham- the "Passing Shots" blog at
nixed) move of the 46th area around Edwards. ber of Commerce President cres tviewbulletin:corn for
Test Wing from Eglin to Most distressing of all, Mike Roy expressed the NBA playoffpredictions and,
Edwards Air Force Base a no one here seemed too chamber's support of the thoughts on local news issues.



Guest Editorial: Mid-Bay Bridge takes toll

If you work in Destin from State Road 20 to the public. funds for the government
and live north of the bay, bridge, and periodically What is clear is passing bureaucracy that, as any
you probably use the Mid- the idea of a second span on savings has not been Libertarian' knows, would
Bay Bridge. The bridge gets floated in the press. the priority. As of 2007, hinder other unnecessary
costs you $3 a day, or $15 a Growth is what seems to the MBBA accumulated growth,
week, or $780 a year. matter to the MBBA, not $155 million in debts. It You can do something
That is a significant sum necessarily the most bridge also made $117 million about this. The County
of money. Just imagine for the least cost. in interest payments, col- Commissioners must ap-
if the bridge tolls were Bridge use has gone elected $413 million in total prove the MBBA budget.
reduced to 50 cents or so, down the last two years. revenue, and is now sitting They can force changes to
mainly to maintain and So is this growth wise? on $93 million in cash and how the MBBA uses moh-' 2
operate th~e bridge. People Times are hard in the investments. ey. Let your commissioner"
would keep in their pocket USA, and they are going Considering the bridge know you want lower tollsl
a yearly amount equal to to get harder. An increase cost only $74 million to After all, the only thing
the individual federal tax in automobile traffic like build in the first place, worse than having to pay a
rebate. we've seen in the USA for including the recent toll high toll is for your kids to;
So why doesn't that hap- the last 50 years flies in the booth expansion, the pay a higher one for unIder-
pen? face of permanently higher MBBA seems to be accu- used roads.
The Mid-Bay Bridge Au- fuel prices and a weaker mulating a nice nest egg at
thority (MBBA) is focused economy. your expense. Peter J. Blome
on expansion. It expanded Instead, the MBBA Lower tolls would obvi- Niceville
the toll plaza, it wants to should reduce its debt and ously help local business, (Peter J. Blome can be con-
expand the access road pass the savings on to'the and it would also limit tacted at blomep~cox.net)



Remembering Whitney L~angley


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asked the question whether
she should be a donor or
not. Holly informed Whit-
ney she chose to be a donor.
Therefore, Wh~itney thought
she should as well. Because
of that decision there are
several people whose lives
have been changed. One
of the organ recipients has
contacted us and told how
her life has changed, from
being sick and weak all the
time to being able to ride
a horse and go on a cruise
with her faxinily. She refers
to Whitney as her angel.
We are looking forward to
meeting this young lady
in the very near future and
sharing pictures and stories
of our .beloved Wh~itney.
Whitney continues to share
the gift of life by being an
organ donor. Whitney is
always loved and forever
missed.


Whitney was a young;
friend of ours, and she was
one of our boys' favorite
babysitters I think be-
cause she let them get away
with everything. I remem-
ber Whitney would talk to
me about whatever was go=
ing on at school or with 4
friend who happened to bg
a boy, whatever wip in he];
world at the time in the fest
minutes it took to drive heE:
home. She was fun, she had
the cutest smile, and she waP
comfortable with ever~yonS:
and with herself. She was A
rare teenager. She was pre-
cious and we miss her. Love
to all of her family.

Daddies, hug your girls$
She was the apple of heE
Daddy's eye and will forev=
erbe in myheart. For all yog
folks out there who have exg
tented your support, than<
you and God bless!


The Crestview News Bull-
letin invited readers to share
their meniories of Whitney
Langley after the CHS softball
team dedicated 'its third base
dugout inz her honor. Langley,
a softball standout at CHS,
passed azoay this past summer.

There are so many Whit-
ney stories but the one I
would like to share is about
Our mission trip to the
mountains in Mexico to help
build churches for the Indi-
ans that live- there. Whitney
fell in love with the children.
She started her own baseball
team with a rubber ball and
a stick. As the mission team
was pouring concrete for
the church floor Whitney
was teaching the boys how
to hit the ball and run bases.
The children just loved her
and you could hear them
call "Whitney, Whitney"
when she came to help the


team. ~Whitney was touched
by the poor conditions and
wanted to bring them all
home. I am so blessed that
God allowed me, her moth-
er, to share that special time
with her. Whitney was a ju-
nior in high school when we
went on the mission trip. It
was her first time on a plane
and being out of the coun-
try. I treasure every moment
and memory that God gave
me with Whitney. I appreci-
ate all the loire and kindness
that has been given to us by
so many wonderful people.
Whitney was an organ do-
nor and even in death she
has touched the lives of
many. Whitney is always
loved and forever missed

Whitney was an organ
donor. She made that deci-
sion while getting her driv-
er license. Her sister Holly
was with her when Whitney


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Henderson receives scholarship at LHS reunion
SLaurel Hill senior
Tabitha Henderson
received a $500
IP scholarship during
the Laurel Hill
i ~~ ~~ Saturday. Withcho enn
'i ,::Tabitha are
~parents David
:r and Brenda
Henderson.
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Baseball
District 1-5A tournament
at Crestview, semifinals
ioy rPace Pie Fornest
Choctaw-Niceville winner vs.
Crestview 7 p.m.

District 1-5A tournament, at
Crestview, finals, teams TBD,
Thursday, 7 p.m.

District 1-A tournament, at
OWC, finals, teams TBD,
Thursday, 7 p.m.

District 1-2A tournament, at
Freeport, finals, teams TBA,
Thursday, 7 p.m.

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Friday, TBA

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semifinals, Friday, TBA

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Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


my brothers played it."
"When I started it was because
Smy brothers were playing, and I
Didn't have anything else to do.
SAnd then my first year I started
pitching, and I really loved strik~
Sing people out.
Lyons' love for the game is ob-
vious to Laurel Hill coach Ron-
nie Smith.
"He's been as good a senior~as
I've had in my time here," Smith
said. "He comes in and works _
he works like crazy. He's just one
fine boy.
"If you want to pick one play-
er you'd want the other players
to be like, I'd pick Jon Lyons be-
cause he comes to work every

See TRADITION B3


LAUREL HILL It's fa ir .to.
say Laurel Hill baseball playzr
Job Lyons is following the family
tradition.
His older brothers, Max and
Lee, pla-yed~ baseball for the' Ho-
boes. His mother, the former Bil-
lie Joe Stewart, was on a state
championship volleyball team at
Laurel Hill in the late 1970s.
Despite attending basketball-
crazy Laurel Hill, Jon has always
preferred the. diamond to the
hardwood.
".I tried (basketball) my sixth-
grade year," Lyons said, "but I've
never been drawn to basketball.
I always liked baseball because


TRACK AND FIELD
District 1-31A meet

and oour i diviul qai ed
for the FHSAA Class 1A state
track and field meet based
on their performances at the
Region 1-1A meet Friday in
Tallahassee. The top four
places in each event ad-
vanced.
The Gator boys 4x800
relay team finished second.
The team ihoma susp Iott

Sam Langley and John Scott.
The Baker girls 4x800 re-
lay team finished fourth. The
team is made up of Courtney
Gilmore, Kall Flanders,
Brittany Farris and Haley
Wagner.
Individual qualifiers were
Cameran Cook (third in dis-
cus), John Scott (fourth in
300 hurdles), Russell Scott
(fourth in 800) and Ivory
Smith (fourth in 300 hurdles).
The state meet is April 25
in Winter Park.


DiThe C 3stiemeteeam is
sending five individual qual-
ifiers and two relay teams
to Thursday's Region 1-3A
Track and field meet at
Tallahassee Chiles based
on their performances at
themDistrcty 23Aarneet a
Panama City last week.
Matt Sanders tooi<
third in the shot put with a
toss of 46-8, and Donquel
Dorsey was third in the
400 meters with a time of

S2.h~ree Lady Dawgs quall-
fied as individuals.
Felicia Turner finished
fourth in the 100 with
a time of 13.44. Jodi
Montalvo was third in the
300 hurdles at 52.13 and
Lauren Day turned in a time
of 11:48.35 to finish fourth
in the 3200.
Both the 4x100 and
4x800 relay teams quali-
fled. Both finished in third
place.
Members of the 4x100
are Morgan Coleman,
Turner, Sydney Husome
and Dominque Masionet.
Taylor Polk, Alyssa
Altonen, Sabrina King and~
Day are on the 4x800 team.

SOFTBALL
The Laurel Hill and Baker
softtiall teams competed
in the regional quarterfinal
round late Tuesday.
See how the Hoboes
and the Gators fared by log-
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com

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Foxwood Country Club
Thursday 1.owball,
1. Ron Magruder, Mac
Henderson, Werth Pittman
Neil Thompson, Howard
Mitchell -11
2. Steve Mobley, Charlie
Peele, Randy Taylor, Bryan
Kozer -10




Foxwood Country Club
Sunday Lowball, April 20.
Mal David MCar bell, Dean
Cheatham -13
2. Philip Weltin, Terry
.Bays, Dennis Fields, Lee
'Holland, Chi Nguyen -11
3. Max Carver, Brian
Humphrey, Mike Humphrey,
Jerry Maughon, Hal Jellison
4. David Smith, Cory
McSween, Bryan Kozer, Ferrell
Sasser, Jesse D~ennis -9

Debra Henderson, Tommy
Henderson, Jerry Devpy,
Mike Babine -9
6. Brandon Moser,
Howard Mitchell, Archie
Perez, Tracy Bonham, Will
Bonham -9


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Ann Spann / Crestview Newvs Bulletin
Jon Lyons followed in the family
footsteps by playing baseball
at Laurel Hill.


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin


air or not, the comparisons are
there.
David Pyle is a left-handed hitting
and throwing pitcher and outfielder
on the Crestview baseball team as


was former Bulldog star Blake Dean.
Dean now plays for Louisiana State where
he is among the team leaders in batting, home


runs and runs
batted in. _
If Pyle, a ju-
nior, continues
to develop, he
too might have
the opportunity
to play at the
next level.
"Wrhen I first
saw him, some
of his actions
and mannerisms
were very simi
lar to Blake,, '
Bulldogs coach
Tim Gi lis sai .
"And obviously
both of them
have had good
results:"
Some players
might shy away
from such com-
parisons.
Not Pyle.
"Sometimes
my brother and
sister, who went
to school with


him, say I'm kind of like Blake," Pyle said.
"Some of my friends compare me to him,
too.
,Its an honor because hie's over at LSU
paing D- v aseal and te o 'g That's
Like Dean before him, Pyle has become the
leader on the Bulldog squad.

See STARI B3


Nick Tomecek / Florida Freedom Newspapers
David Pyle is the latest in the long line of standout players in the
Crestview baseball program.


I understand the
FHSAA's predicament
in this situation.
Niceville admittedly
had an ineligible player
on the roster for six
games. The identity of
that player and the num-
ber of games he partici-
pated in is unclear. '
Whoever it is, the guy
isn't one of the stars the
Eagles have relied on
throughout the season.
The FHSAA had to do
something. On the sur-
face, making Niceville
forfeit those six games
was the right thing to do.
In another year,
when there were only
six teams in the district,


the decision might have
been the right one. The
Eagles would have been
forced to win a first-
round game to get to the
semifinals.
This year, with the
expanded district tour-
nament that forces ev-
eryone to win twice to
advance to the finals, the
only place the forfeits
hurt the Eagles is in their
overall record.
Niceville is still
ranked in the Class 5A
top 10. Brett DeVall and
Austin Wood'are still
two of te top pit thing
prospects in the state.

See ERROR B3


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

It could be argued
that the Crestview base-
ball team was penalized
more than Niceville
when the Eagles were
forced to forfeit six
games due to a clerical
error earlier this season.
Yes, because of the
forfeited games, the Bull-
dogs finished first in Dis-
trict 1-5A and received
top seed in this week's
district tournament.
That's the good news.
The bad news is
Niceville ended up as
the fourth seed. If the
Eagles beat Choctaw-


hatchee in their tour-
nament opener late
Tuesday, Crestview will
face them in the tourna-
ment semifinals today.
The winner of the game
is assured a spot in next
week's regional quarter-
finals. The loser sees the
season come to an end.
Niceville would have
been the top seed with-
out the forfeited losses.
The Bulldogs would be
the second seed. That's
the way it played out on
the field, where games
are really won and lost.
In that scenario, the
teams would not have
met until the finals if the
draw held to form.


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LOCAL TEAMS WIN
IN FIRST ROUND
David Pyle was one
the players who helped
Crestview's baseball team
beat Escambia 11-4 ori
Monday in the District
1-5A quarterfinals at CHS.
Preston Nixon drove in
Josh Yost in the bottom of
the seventh to cap a 4-3
come-from-behind win for
Baker against Vernonvin a
District 1-2A quarterfinal
at Freeport.
Cory Becker went
4-for-5 with a run scored
and an RBI to lead Laurel
Hill to a 14-5 win against
East Hill Christian in a
District 1-1A quarterfi-
nal at ~Okaloosa-Walton
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growth spurt and playing
in the Atlanta Braves orga-
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times too much emphasis
is placed on size.
"The one thing people
are going to say is he s too
small," Gillis said. "Size
doesn't matter in the game
of baseball.
"David is a lot better
in high school than I ever
thought about being. He's
probably going to grow a
little more, but ifhe doesn't
grow another inch he can
play at the next level, and
the level after that."

Follow the results from
this week's District 1-5A
baseball tournament at crest-
viewbulletin.com.


Pyle seemed a bit un-
comfortable to hear his
coach's high praise, but is
grateful.
"It's great to know that
I have the support of my
coach if I try to go to the
next level," he said, "and
tha~t he'll support me to
try and help me get there.
"It's just an honor to
play under a coach like
that."
When Pyle is not on the
diamond, he's probably
playing football or soccer.
He's quick; to~ point out
baseball is his strong suit.
"I've beert playing it
ever since I was a kid," he
said. "It's always been my
favorite things to do. .
"It's a stress reliever
and one of my favorite


hobbiess"
Gillis agreed baseball
is Pyle's best sport, but
thinks the other sports
made Pyle a better base-
ball player.
"I think it helps him a
lot," Gillis said. "He's got-
ten stronger in the weight
room in his time here,
and that's really paid off
for him in football. He's
a great soccer player as
well.
"I think any time you
have a chance to compete
at any level, it's going to
help in every sport. And
it's helped him baseball."
Gillis knows some peo-
ple might be frightened off
by Pyle's lack of size. From
his own experience (Gillis
was an undersized high


(being an athlete where
his mom played)," he
said. "She's brought up
the state championship
once or twice, but she
tries not to rub it in."
Lyons is still hoping
to get a chance to. play
college ball, but he said
he might need surgery
to repair the damaged
elbow.
"I'd like to play at O-W
(Okaloosa-Walton Coll-
lege) or someplace like
that maybe Gulf Coast
or some other Panhan-
'dle Conference team,"
he said. "I'm going to
talk to some people and
see about surgery and if
they'll let me play after
that."
Lyons. hopes Hobo
fans will remember him
favorably.
"I hope they will re-
member me .as a good
player, a good pitcher
and hitter" he said. "I
hope they'll look to me
and try to do what i
did."

Get resullts from the Ho-
boes' District 1-1A toulr-
nament game late Tuesday
against Central by visiting
our Web site at crestview-
bulletin.com.


"Basically he's the sta-
ple of the program," Gillis
said. "He does everything
the right: way on and, off
the field. Those are the
kind of people that are
program builders.
"He's hitting right at
.500, and he's -pitching tre-
mendously. He's a com-
plete player on and off the
field."
Gillis has no doubt that
Pyle can do anything he
wants in baseball.
"I think the sky is the
limit for him. I really do,"
.Gillis said. "I think he
could play professionally.
S"He's the total package.
He's got as much pop in
his bat as anyone in our
program. He can run and
he's got a great arm." ,


day. "
Lyons has struggled
some this year with a
bad elbow. His numbers
are a little down, but that
doesn't take away wrhat
he has meant to Smith
and the team.
"I sometimes attribute
the tenderness in h-is el-
bow to overwork," Smith
said. "He's picking it up
here in the end.
"He swings a mean
stick. He's got a fine arm
and a good glove."
As a freshman Ly-
ons had the chance to
play with both of his
brothers. The season re-
mains one of his favorite
memories,
"We all got to play to-
gether my ninth-grade
yearr" he said. "It was
good because I could ask
them for advice and they
were right there for me.
"We all depended on
each other to play. And
we all helped each other
out." '
None of the Lyons
e have been fortunate
;.~enough to play on a state
,-champion in baseball,
Sbut Jon says their mother
doesn'tnt hold it over their
heads.
"It's kind of exciting


punishment would mean
to everyone else.
Perhaps it would be
fair to only penalize
the Eagles the number
of games in which th~e
person in question actui-
ally played. Or maybe
Niceville could have been
penalized, say, $250 for
each of the six games,a
and been allowed to keep


all of the wins.
Then, the Eagles
would have been duly
punished, and Crest-
view would have got-
ten a more appropriate
matchup in the do-or-die
district semifinals.
Crestview coach Tim
Gillis isn't one to com-
plain about the hand his
team was dealt. He's hap-
py with the top seed. He
said even if his team was
the No. 2 seed, the Dawgs
ha B aseat se s n '

facing Niceville before
the fin~als.
That's not to say the
Bulldogs aren't fully ca-
pable of beating Niceville
if the two teams meet


tonight. (For that matter,
maybe the Indians took
care of the Eagles as this
newspaper went to the
press.)
I know athletes. I'd
bet my tax return that
there isn't a kid on the
Crestview roster that
doesn't believe the
Dawgs can beat the
Eagles, whether they: are
playing them tonight in
the semifinals or Thurs-
day in finals..



What do you think of
how the District 1-5A draw
played out? Post your
thoughts at www.crestview-
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It really doesn't mat-
ter if the Eagles played
Choctaw or Escambia in
the opening round. They
would have been the fa- .
vorite.
So what's the answer?
I firmly believe the
punishment should fit
the crime, and that the
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 2008


Cre $ie New Bletin

Add flowers and b~t-
terflies to the charming$
ambien-ce of the Iv:y Leaf
Tea Parlor on West James
Lee Bouleviard.
Thanks to four stu-
dents in Laurel Hill School
teacher Jerryi Gregory's
agricultural science class,
a formerly unremarkable
corner of the parlor's front
yard now bursts with col-
or, both on stems an-d flit-
ting through the air-
Under Gregory's su-
pervision, the boys fired
up a sod cutter last week
and carefully removed the
grass, rolling it up and pil-
ing it neat y against te
driveway fence.
"They'll be old hands
at this in a few minutes,"
observed Gregory, who
practices a hands-off role
as the instructor. "They're
going to do all the work. I
just teach.


TO VISIT THE BUTTERFeLY GARDEN
Ivy Leaf Tea Roomn, 426 W. James Lee Blvdl., (85i0) 683-1626


"Th~is han-ds-on experi-
ence is invaluable."
Using decorative pay-
ers, flowers, shrubs, pot-
ting soil and mulch from
Crestview Nursery and
Ace Hardware, t~he team
got to work. In two after-
noolis, the students com-
pletely transformed the
plot to a bright garden
spot--just the thing to at-
tract butterflies.
At the end of both days,
chips, dip and sumptuous
plates of brownies and lem-
onade waited on the shady
west porch that overlooks
the students' handiwork.
(Coincidentally, it is
the same location where
Ivy Leaf Tea Parlor owner
Elaine Broom is consider-
ing offering a Gentlemen's
Tea. "I've got four hungry
gentlemen here to try it


out," she laughed.)
"Good food makes
Igood- energy, you know,"
Gregory observed as his
crew gratefully tucked into
their reward.
Three of the boys, Kris
Johnson, Scott Johnson
(no relation) and Justin
Blizzard are seniors sktdy-
ing in the Gulf Power
CHOIICE Institute at Lau-
rel Hill School. They are
also in Gregory's horticul-
ture class.
The fourth student, Kris
Johnason's younger brother
Sean, is a fresh-man.
SIn addition to basic gar
dening skills, the agricul-
tural science students learn
practical crafts including
operating and repairing
equipment. It is the only
such program in the north
end of the county.


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Members of the agricultural science class' from Laurel Hill School created this beautiful
butterfly garden at the Ivy Leaf Tea Parlor. Pictured are Kris Johnson, Scott Johnson,
Justin Blizzard and Sean Johnson,


ry and Laurel Hill S'chool
Principal Susan Lowrey-'
Sexton for allowing the stu-
dents to use her business as
a hands-on classroom.


Broom was ent~husias-
tic about th~e new butterfly
garden.
"I've been wanting to do
this for so long," she said


as she observed the boys
hard at work. "It is going
to be so beautiful when the
butterflies start coming."
Broom thanked Grego-


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As graduation draws
nearer for the class of
2008, parents and rela~
tives are seeking gifts to
give to commemorate this
passage into the adult
world.
Wrhat better way to cel-
ebrate sending a child to
college than giving him or
her the tools needed to be
successful. Here are a few
ideas to help stimulate
learning, and much-need-
ed play time, in a college
environment.


Apple iMaC
Apple's iMac stands
out inl looks just as it does
mn pace
and
power.
An "all-
in-one-
desktop
comput-
er, it is
easy to s
set up, M u
move
arid op-
erate. It runs on Apple's
owyn OSX operating sys-
tem and comes preloaded
wMith programs for video
editing, music organizing,
photography and more.
Even the lowest-end
iMac stands tall against a
similarly priced PC from
competitors. The iMac .
will even run purchased
copies of Windows XP
and Vist~a.
What: Apple iMac Intel
Core 2 Duo
Where: www.apple,
com .
How much: Startmng at
$1,199


Dell Inspiron
Dell's Inspiron series
boasts the conveniences
of a notebook computer
while offering many clif-
ferent levels of comput-
ing power versus price.
Each notebook can be
customized with ad-
ditional components to
boost speed and can even
feature a colorful clam
shell. The lowest end
system will not impress
anyone with its speed
or usability, but the
higher end models will
definitely power through
the most complicated of
programs. The Inspiron
computers do not come
prepackaged with photo,
video and music soft~-
ware. Any custom pro-
grams will cost extra.
What: Dell Inspiron
Series Notebooks
Where: www.dell.com
How much: From $649
for low end to $1,548 for
higher end


Canon ZR800
The Canon ZR800 digi-
tal camcorder is the per-
fect gift for the blooming
videog-
rapher.
The .
cam-
corder
is an en- -
try-level
device, but its features
'and price make it hard to
pass up. It uses MiniDV
tapes and boasts easy-to-
use features and afford-
ability. The camera comes
complete with Firewire
output for easy video cap-
turing to a computer for
editing.
What: Canon ZR800
MiniDV Camcorder
Where: www.canon.
com
How much: Around
$175 to $200

Apple. iPod
Apple's iPod is on
the top of many college-
bound teens' lists. The
MPS

is the
most
suc-
cessful
por-
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music
and
video player ever devel-
oped. The iPod family
comes in many different
sizes and price points. For
years it has been one of
the most coveted pieces
of tech.
What: A ple iPod
Where: www.apple.
com
How much: From $150
and up depending on
memory size

L.. SCOop
If your graduate is al-
ready an- Alltel or Sprint
.cus-
r; tomer,

needs
a new
; cell-
n, phone
Plan,
the LG
Scoop
may be the perfect gift.
The Scoop is an entry-
level smart phone with
full qlwerty keyboard
and color screen. Instant
messaging is easy and
included. The phone
is stylish and is sure
to turn heads when in
use.
What: LG Scoop
Where: www.alltel.com
How much: Depends
on the plan purchased


Nintendo Wii
For game time after
classes are finished, grad-
nates would love to relax
in front of a Nintendo Wii.
The
Wii is'
a gam-
ing/

sole -
with a
firm game library already
established. Games Will
appeal to hard-core and
casual gamers alike. The
Wii is the perfect system
for multiplayer action and
perfect for dorm rooms
where playing Mario Kart
is much safer than other
after-class activities.
What: Ninten'do Wii
Where: www nintendo.
com
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850-758-7654 References Available


Divorce chi ?75-$350
Onoversn s ldetnur etee
iqeuesOlyI nCall xc~~ week a
(800)462-2000, exts
600. (8am-6pm) Alta Di-
vorce, LLC. Established
1977 -


tooking for part-time
work. Fas exp. many d
850-221-2496


Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
scribe inhe Pce f~icate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. On Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
B:PDaniCl ukke'


04/30/08 -



Legal # 100344

OOTNCFORFTA P GD


Legal # 100346
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice i ee vn
that Saturn 1 as
holder of hfolwn
ce...f..:ol has filed. sal
cenlt..:ate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
e sm as e sedthe r h
dcrption of the prop-
e~rer Is as follows:
200]ficsees ed 400 Job
M Thomas



a0r S22-1 443-00HH-D:
0050 O30Pening Bid:
1cf1id pr pert bein
Oaloosa, State ofFlor-


Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to 0 0

will be sold to the highest 0 1308
bidder at the front door 0/00
,of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County --~
Courthouse AnneLgl#105
Shalimar, Florida neo eat # 105
10:00 a.m. On Tuesday, NOTICE OF APLICA-
May 13, 200B. TION FOR tAX DEED
Dated this 2nd day qf
April 2008. Notice i ee ie
DON W. HOWARD hholder enuthe foloii;rn
CLERK OF COURTS certificate, has filed sa d
B:Daniel Luke, certificate for a Tax Deed
Deputy Clerk to erb isstueed thereon. Thd
04/09/08 year of issuance, the


Crh t$ tsfoll wsl69o
2005 Assessed to:

Legal # 100353 s otn PrtnB
OOTNCE OOFT DELCEAD D Lt 10 Blk 5 I#


th t Neptue an s n in
criia ,. has f led seai ~ aloosa, State 6fFlor-

cer isfueedthumer n Unless the certificate is
yea ofsi ac h h redee h odig t

descrpiros 01<> the prop. idd be soldthto the hidhoest
C rtificate # 1045 of of the Clerk's Office at
2005 Assessed to: TREA the Okaloosa County
Desr it :Crestview Cha1thmse, FloridAnne3
6Eior~ of 98k 638 MO:0 3a.m, n Tuesday,

130 toPOB Dated this 2nd day of
P Ice ID#: April 2008.
ON-23-2090-0063Bid: DON W. HOWARD
$12 237.53eng CLERK OF COURTS
Al 'fsi rpet en B :Daniel Luke
inl otha d p erb einf of Deputy Clerke
Oaloosa, State of Flor- 00
ida. 0 /908
Unl h f 0 08
dness tde certi bcate is 0 /308'
re eemed accor ing to 0/00
s bedth~ nh %rfic~ Legal # 100356
will be sold to the highest NOTICE OF APPLICA-
bidder at trhe~ front door TION FOR TAX DEED
of the leksoffice at
the Okaloosa County
Fcm ousFlori Nde ttice isunheereby gie
Ma:0 1a.m. n Tesay, holder epf the following
MY 1, -08 certificate, has filed sard
certificate for a Tax Deed
Date ddh~i 2nd day of to be issued thereon. The
AP -208 certificate number and
DON W. HOWARD year of issuance, the
CLERKOF CURTS name in which the prohp
ILR Luk edyT ~h is assessed and toe
By:Danieleruke, description of the prop-
ekputy Clrket/ 3if soll wsl20o
04/90 2005 Assessed to: Otis
0 608 Philpot Estate
04~3 08 N1 itof Lt
Parcel ID#:
20-3N-23-0670-0000-
Legal # 100354 00A1 Opening Bid:
$1,376.53
NOTICE OF APPLICA- II 'of said ProPer beina
TION FORTAX DEED in the Cu


e of Flor-

tificate is
ordipg to
pert de-
ce tficate
he highest


$1,786.61
ill of said p pp
inthe Co
Okaloosa, State
ida.
Unless the cer
redeemed acce

will be sold to t
bidder at the f
of the Clerk's
the Okaloosa
Courthouse
1:0 a.m. Fl
May 13, 2008.
Dted th~i 2n(

CENK OF COO


to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year' of issuance, the
name in which the prop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 712 of
2005 Assessed to: Tim M
Clark
Descri tion: Com SE Cor
of SE /4 N56.99 ft to
POB 1271.24 ft W
1622.68 ft S 803.54 ft
toN NRW SEly algRW
3195.6urvR to c rve t
curve 1014.7 ft to POB
693-378
304-22-0000-0008-0#d
210 Opening Bid:

'08tsa d~3pr e binoi
Oaloosa, State OF: Flor-

en ess hde a diic te i




of th lrk' Ofie

300 2~m008n Tuesday,

Dated this 2nd day of

DO W OWARD
CLEDRKnO CLO RTS~euy






Legal # 100349
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

NoicSa r~nhe~eb v ive
holder of the f~iollown
certificate, has filed sai
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon: The
certificate number and
year of issuance, rthe
name in which the hpro
erty is assessed and to
deception of the prop
t00 icese t o 9Adaof
& Seth Robinson
Description: A A Howell
S/D Lots 10 & 11 Blk 2
Parcel ID#:
12-15-23-1230-0002-01
00 Opening Bid:
$4,372.02
II of said prope Xbein g
Oaloosa, State ofFlor-

Unless.the certificate is
redeemed according to
scribdh in he cer~icate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front ~door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
10O0 am. Fc Tduesdaat
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
8 Gkaniel Luke, Deputy





Legal #100352
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED


By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
04 08 o
04 608
0404 23008 0


front door Legal # 100334
Office at
County INTHE CIRCUITFOR
Annex, THE FIRST JUDICIAL
,ri~das at CIRCUIT I AON FOR
COUNTY FLORIDA
CIVIL ACflON CASE
d day of NO. 08-DR-313
IN THE MATTER OF THE
TRSD DPM rOCNh O

AMENDED NOTICE -
OF ACTION, NOTICE

AOAIORN BR
GANHAENAOCGOF



ae33A rac Cvaln

~u ng, clrS we t 1 5) t
APi ionlyl You are notified that a


636~ 00 @pretis nd a g ir
ciedogancerning a female

Onek trianyontePeioer'



:ertifi~t .d isdd essHR L e
le, body ADOPTION CENTER, 3
Serve ces Clifford Drive, Shahmiar
n"ai Dy Florida 32579 and file
resiview. I erk nof"ort, bklo s
# MM County Courthouse, 101
James Lee Boulevard,
Crestview, Florida
32536, on or before
MaX 7, 2008. If you fail
to a o, aOi defau t jukde-
ment will be t e~n
cagamst you for the relief
de~manded in the petition.
o ESl Terden wla bpe i'ecar
hinge, Li- dyof Ma,2008 at
red. Free 1000 am Cnal
82-5347. Time) before ge Ter-
discounts. rance R. Kec at te
Okaloosa County Court
house, 101 James Lee
florida 32536. The court
has set aside five (5) min-
utes for this hearing-
Ica- UNDER SECTION
house 63.089, FLORIDA STAT-
UTES FAILURE TO FILE A
8-5367 WRITTEN RESPONSE TO
THIS NOTICE WITH THE
COURT OR TO APPEAR
AT THIS HEARING CON-
STITUTES GROUNDS
.UPON WHICH THE
COURT SHALL END ANY
PRENHTAL ER ARSYNOG
tson's THE MINOR CHILD,
aor Dated: 3/27/2008

,rovhe dd DON W. HOWARD
Work. Clerk of Court
850 By: Tiffany Gardner
46-128304208
04 9/08


Legal # 100342
eeval eo NOTICE OF APPLICA-
rotoo TION FOR TAX DEED


rr tice, bs xdeb Dven rd ed a Iodth igdh t
tcorbeist ueethe n L. d obetheke aOceun

hodere cpoll the prloPin May~e 13, 2008. ifia
Certificate #o 11 ofx Dee i ratd ths 2rnd dayof
200 Ae ssesed thro:. TH H f & h Aprle' 2008 e a

certifiD#: Kfebe Ln t Okaos Dpunty


decinti n of d h pr r biop 0a 13 0
OkalosaStat of Flor-d 0hi 08 d
Uenb Asmehde aeti cit t pisLgl # 00347
Dscripedion: the c be ate TONFHOWR TXDED
will be sol to th hihs Bl LR FCU

bosidde opr a he front door 08
of the 'Cler' ffic at Notice ishrb v
heOkaloosa, Cttount that- Neptun 1 L,

Shalimar Floi a certificate ha filed# sali
10:0 am.on Tesdayceriict forIC a Tax Deed

Apil 2008 ame inwhc the hihs

DON WHOWA RDos roty sthassNessve thLLan
CLERKhs OFex COURTSeret paih follows apr
B :aniea, lord Lu Dty Certificate #a 592e of d
cler 2005 A08 ob ssesed to Reob. Th
cert M & atricia 1 John.
04 1208. nam inwihtep
04N 08HOA Doensri tion: Bfte NW p


12165 fsesdto R49 D
NOTICE0 OF APPLCA- W46.56 f N24eg
TION OR TA D ED W25.0 ft W230 e6 E
N202.6 ft N630D

W875.2 ft N1054 ei
Notice is herebt\Cgiven E387.4 ft N0Dg
that Mas 1 s E233 2 ft E167.9 ft to
cetiiate a ie d x~OPRar855- 670
certificate for a Tax Deed 188 627 'Ol O

tcearboiei ueed er n.e 08-22-0000-0001-
ae in wicuh7C throhy 002902626pening Bid:
erty is assessed and toe of said be
deSepiption of the l' si prop-rh in th p no
eitfcte ft o 303 of Okaloosa, State of Flor-
2005 Assessed to: Tim ia
o t y L & M i c lC El s 0 00 d

Sth Add Lot 7 BlkH sobdiloehefca
0 Sl522-0716-000H iD:dder at the front door
07;A Opening Bid: of the Clerk's Office at
,2978.47 the Okaloosa County
Alof said proper beino Courthouse Annex'
in the 'Cou f~or Shalimar, Florida at
Okaloosa, State of Flor- 10:00 a~m, on Tuesday'
ida. May 13, 2008
Unless the certificate is Dated this 2nd day of
redeemed according to April 2008.

wlaw6 ol t the rop her t d Le- OFC U
bdlde at the hotnio l Faeo Del Le, eputy
of the Clerk's Office at 8er '
the Okaloosa County 0/ 8
Courthouse Annex, 0
Sh0 im. Flori~du adaa 0 /08
May 13, 2008. O 08
Dated this 2nd day of Legal # 100348
April 2008.
NOTICE OF APPLICA.
DON W.HOWARD TION FORTAX DEED
CLERK OF COURTS
iPkalniel Luke, Deputy
Noicea rnheleby nven
04 0908 holder of the foll~owvi
0~4~? certificate, has filed saii
certificate for a Tax Deed


Okaloosa, S~tate of Flor-


Ue em de acodn to
s 6ed nh r f~~ic
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front Boor
of the Cek' aOffi eu$
Courthouse Annex,
Sh li ar, F ri~da aat


Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel luke,
Deputy Clerk
04/90 08
0 /608
04 08


Legal # 100359
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notice is hereby aven
that Venus 1 LLC as
holder of the following
certificate, has filed sali
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
t smas dnwihthe pro
description of the prop-
le~rtj IS a follows:
20ficate sses25d90 tf


V4 0 08


Nt~~ice isl herebyn given
holder of the followin
certificate, has filed sai
certificate' for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number anid
yamr o i d31 h r

deScription of the proP
erty is as follows:
Certificate # 1645 of
Or0 esEIsessed to:
Descri tion: Beae NW
Cor dfCloverdal S/
W287ft NW5 Shor cB~ee
N120ft W15
alonq curve 62U.2 t
558 eg E124.2ftto B :
3- S-24- 00i00036-Bi:
$1959.64
of''thad pr~per lbein
Okaloosea Stat of Flor-
ida.


Notice is herebyLL given
thh er f tel follow n
certifcc, hrs iexd se d
to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
yare of i suhanhce, the
erty is assessed and rh
dlarpto sfthe rop-

ence Sr & Savannah Tate
in W tioCr NWd1/ ofS
SW1/4 of NW1 4 Ex
Dart sold
Parcel ID#:
20-3N\-23-0000-011 2
0-nn 000 0 ninn Bid-


Flor.

e tis
de-
icate
ghest
doo
,unty
Inex
at
sday,

y of


Estimates
all Paull


tracting.
tree &
Licensed
8-1169


g ~"'
Notice is hereby iven $2 343.06
that Venus 1 LLC as II' of said prpryb
holder of the following in the 'Cuf
certificate, has filed said Okaloosa, State of
certificate for a Tax Deed ida.
criict en boer Un essnthde acerti iat
name mn which the prop- law the PrOPer jl
erty is assessed and the sc ied inhec
description of the prop- willbe~ soldl to th i~
fct @t 1028 of od ehe C erhkes fRic
200S Asssesd to: Jake E the Okaloosa Co
& Julia Phillips Courthouse An
Description: Cresiview N Shalimar, Florida
25 ft of Lot 52 Blk 9 10:00 a.m, on Tue~
Parcel ID#: May 13, 2008.
17-3N\-23-2490-0009
52A Opening Bid: Dated this 2nd da~
1, 94.41 benApril 2008
in the,' y 0:ben~ DON W. HOWARD
Okaloosa, State of Flor- LERK OFCOURTS
ida. Dy:DaniCI Lke'
Deputy lr


AU TQ, AIIARINE, RV.









er s v ew


Judicial Cir~cuitin and for
OK LOOS AbriCou~n
BANK NATIONAL AS-
SOCIATION is the Plain-
tiff ndANP TERACME ER
TION, LP; STATE OF
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF REVENUE; STATE OF
FLORIDA; OKALOOSA
COUNTY CLERK OF CIR-
CUIT COURT; are the De-
fendants ,1w~ll sell tothe
highest and best bidder
for cash al IN FRONT OF
CLERK'S FRONT DOOR
OF SHALIMAR ANNEX
at 1 1:00 AM, on the
20th day of Ma 2008
the follidwing describect
PrpIE~ ~l' erya stfrt
LOT 6 BLOCK J
EASTW60D SIXTI-1
ADDITION TO DE5-
TIN OKALOOSA
ACCONRDNG TO PL~
RECORDED IN PLAT
17, OF tHE PUBIC
RECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA*

ATAKHLMN AVEN4U0E1
DIESTIN, FL. 32541
Ay pron claiming
suplus fa of t

o ner aseofthe P t



WITNESS MY HAND
and seal of this Court on
April 18, 2008.
Don W. Howard Clerk of


IM OTANT
In accordance with the
tes At per c nh Dith dis
abilities needing special
`accommodation to partic-
aoiphtedincolhtbprcee -
ministration at 101 James
Lee Blvd. East Crestview,
Flon2536351nu be
350- 68 -355000 extension el
747prior to h r
,,S"li


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 2008


OKALOOSA RICHARDSON FRANNK
CCIOLNA fl NO AE RICKRIMHAROSSS L\NN F.
NO. ROSS; AND AND ALL
2007-CA-1808-5 DI- UNKNOWN PARTIES
VISl00N01FOL N40.: TCH H UNDE
F07010AND AdOG~~~b~ -AINST THE
HSBC BANK USA, HEREIN NAMED INDI-
NATIONAL ASSOCl- VIDUAL DEFENDANNTb
ATION, AS TRUSTEE WHO ARENA
FOR WkELLS FARGO KNOWN TO BE DEAD
ASSET SECURITIES OR ALIVE. WHETHER
CORPORATION SAID UNKNsOWN PAR-
HOME EQUITY TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
ASSET-BACKED CER- TEREST AS SPOUSES,
TIFICATES, SERIES HEIRS DEVISEES
2006-3, GRAI\JTEES OR OTHEd
Plaintiff, CLAIMAN~S WHITNEY
NATIONAL BANK SUC-
vs. CESSOR BY MERGER TO
DESTIN BANK; DIS-
TIMOTHY DONALD- COVER BANK; GREEN-
SON, t alREEF OWNERS' ASSG-
befNdan~t~s) CIATION, INC; are the
Defendats, I will sell .to
NOTICE OF FORECLO- the highest and best bid-
SURE SALE der for cash at
SHALIMAR: IN FRONT
NOTICE IS HEREBY OF CLERK'S FRONT
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- DOOR OF SHALIMAR
nal Judgment of Mort- ANNEX AT 11:00AM,
aaeForeclosure dated on the 20 day of May,
PpIl 17, 2008 and en- 2008, the following de-
faed in Cars No. scribedl pr~~T~per$tyas
2007-CA-1808-S of the forth maid ml ug
Circuit Court of the FIRST ment:
J~~i~OORsio HScnut inan UNIT 7, GREENREEF
Flrdaweri HBTOW HOME 5
BANK NATIONAL PHASEDE A PLANNEd
ARUSOTE FONR WE U'C TORDI G TOMETNHE
RGOS CA RPTOR TC N ORTDEDHEOF AT
HOMETEBACKED CERUII O TKHE7s~u PBA


TH DNLSN U ,3LTYFL RODA.
the Defendants, I will sell H ahwav 98 E #7, Destin
to the highest~ and best FL 25 I
bidder for cash at IN Any person claiming an
FRONT OF CLERK'S interest in the surplus
FRONT DOOR OF from the sale, fa

;aY~1~AyOL nN tE 13 onr st odt th~~e ee
loig esorib nda drpa slai ethi ai (60)

n Judgment:ESS MY HAND
LOT 3, JAY STREET an he seal of this Court
MA~NOR ACCORD- on April 18, 2008.
ING TTHE PLAT
C7RRDEEDF INM P T Cenk fht~he Ciroit Court
BOOK 16, PAGE 20, B: Ka elnrkDavis
OFRDTHE PUBLIC REOCF [puty~lr
O KA L O OSA Florida Default Law
COUNTY,"" FLORDA. p ~at.P.O1or
fRK A 1220 JAY 33622-5018pa
BE C ,FFO3R2T ALTON IPaO AdN c d
Amenicans wit Dsbl-
Any person claiming an ties Act, persons with dis-
mnterest in the surplus abilities, needingtospeaial
from the sale, if any accomm'o ation topartic-
other than the p oerof b dtin nthetproceeing

th Li (6@en mutfl ini irato nat 1 me
da s after the sale. v ewh FL, mb3-31
ad NhE SsealMofthisHC~oND (85 ) 68-5000, nExt nr
on April 18, 2008. s n 9,prio to te
Don W. Howard e o97 i
erbft Drc t CurtIn accordance with the
DeputyC erkAme cans with Ditshabdili-
Florida Default Law ablitie neing peclia
Gru1pB P.L. P.O. Box oacommo ation topa ic-
025Tompa, Florida ~Pidi" ti on c Ain
mini taton at al5
Inacc dance with the L,li ~3P2a5%ayt
Americans with Disabill- number (850)61 497
ties Act, persons with dis- prior to the procee ing.
abilities nee ngt specaa 2/
accommodation to partic- 0/30/2 08
ipate in this proceeds n 43/20
shudcontact' Court d
ministration at 10d .~
Eames Le stvi FarL
Eq!32536-358155d etve9- 03ne
number ( )bf~~~~D


accommodation to partic- Younn Rd. Cresiview FL. Pla
h eicoinbtctpCoase d-n 3d~atelMaon 16 0 vs.
ministration at 101 James and f le toe originalwih
Lee Boulevard East,3Crest- the clerk of this Court at KA
wIhoqe 32536nu b rkaloosa Coud- a
85695000 extension Courthouse, 101 n~e
7497, prior to the ~pro- James Lee Blvd. Crest- NC
cedn.or Shalimar view, FL, 32536, before SU
850-6 -7497 service on Petitioner or
immediately thereafter. If NO
IMPORTANT you fail to do so, a GI\
In accordance with the default may be en- nal
Americans with Disabili- tered against yu
ties Act, person with disa- for the relief de- %p
abilities needing special manded in the peti- t r
accommodation to partic- tion. 201
ipate in this proceeding Copies of all court docu- Cir
shudcontact' Court Ad- ments in this case, includ- Jud
ministration at 1250 N. ing orders, are available OK
E lin Parkway, Shalimar, at the Clerk of the Circuit Flol
F 2579; tele hone Court's office. You may BE,
number 850-651- 497, review these documents MC
prior to the proceeding. uoon request. TIO
You must keep the Clerk KA
04/3/08~ of the Circuit Court's of- CiT
04/3/08fice notified of your cur- CITI
rent address. (You may SA'
Le al #100373 file Notice of Current Ad the
9 ~dress, Florida Supreme to
IN THE CIRCUIT Court Approved Family bid
COURT OF THE FIRST Lalw form 12.915.) Fu- FR(
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ture papers in this lawsuit FR(
AND FOR will be mailed to the ad- SH
OKALOOSA dress on record at the 11
COUNTY FLORIDA clerk's office. da
CIVIL ACNlON CASE WA2RN5NGloid aR I fol ;
2007-CA-003239-S Law Rules of Procedure, o
DIIIN: FILE NO. reS uies tain auto- LO
,DVFS8022917 ma disedorus d ocu a

TWO HOVIASOACNAKlONA- Falilur to com Iy ci" r~B
AWASCTRUSE RTGA PlS Ids ssal or striking DE

UAE SERCEKS C0-2 WLRKOF WEARCDRCUIT V I

vs. Dkp lClerk AN
vs. RE
DANIEL LANG, et al, O 29~008 BO
Defendant(s) 04/ 62008 OF
0 ~32008 Of
NOTICSEU F SFAO CLO- 0 /02008 O


GVNC pursluant HR LEGi- IANLTHE C CIT
nal Judgment of Mort- CUTO HEFST32
iae 1@'re a srenddated JUDICAANLDCCRUIT IN A"
tered in Case No. OKALOOSA fro
2007-CA-003239-S of CONYFOIA oth
tFe SCiriit ciou~drctit th CIVIL AMOON CASE O
and for OKALOOSA 2006-CA-4453-S DI- ~a
County. Florida wherein VISION
TWONAOV ASOACNATlONA WELLS FARGO BANK an'
AS TRUSTEE FON NA, o
WFAS MORTGA4~ Plaintiff' ~ P


Ronald D & Suzanne C
E~sr pion: Lot 8 Parish
Parcel ID#: 21-2S-25-
0 0-0002-00n8n Bi:
16 112
11 'f hd r p: bein
Okaloosa State of Flor-

Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to

will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Floridd at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke
Deputy Clerk '
04/0 /08
04/16 08
042308
04/3 /08


Legal # 100362

CONRTHOF HRE FI ST
JUDICIA DCFROCUIT IN,

CA-00 CD

TONAL TRST O.
A UNTY ASTUSE OR D
RVIEW 2007-,


JOTSHN BURKE etal,

Deenainti s).


NOTICE OF ACTION

ATO JOKNNOUN AD-
DRESS: 1328 ELECTRIC
AVENUE #C VENICE,
CA 90291
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN

KNNOWAND APRTU S
CLAIMING BY,
A"N"D AGAI"NSr" T TH
HEREIN NAMED IN-
DIVIDUAL DEFEND-

DAN OO O NE
WHETHER SAID UN-
YNOWNAM P RT E
TEREST AS SPOUSE,
TEERS DEVISE R
OTHER CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN AD-
DRUERR UTNKNOWDNRS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the follow-
8 ALO ApertytCouYntm
Florida:
LOTS 8, BLOCK 4,
OAKDALCE MINIA-
TURE FARMS
RESUBDIVISION OF
Kl4C 13D AC
CORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT

FOK2 PA E 1l
PUBLIC 21ECORDS OF
OKALOOSA
COUNTY, FLORIDA
has been filed against
o6u and you are reIuired
serve copy of your
written defenses, if an,
on or before Mayv r..
2008, on Florida C aul'
Law Gr~oup, iPL,
Plaintiff~s .:-.;rr i whiose
address i: Ca a.
rate Lake Dri Suite 300,
Tampa Florida 33634,
and file th1e or~igmial with
this Court eit/her before
service on IPiaindiff":: a ~r
rev - immerdiratdy
.3> .therwise a jde
..Il, ~e- entered against
you for the relied- $
m~anded in the Complaint
or petition.
WITNESS my hand and


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the seal of this Court on SOLVED
this 3 day if April, 2008LAT KO N D-
DON W HOWARD DRESS: 5 Bedford Place
Clerk of the Court Fort Walton Beach, FI.
Dy:VikiuJac 0o 32547-1775
CURRENT ADDRESS:
IMPORTANT UNKNOWN
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili- ANY AND ALL UN-
ties Act, persons with dis- KNOWN PARTIES
abilities needing special CLAIMING B
accommodationto partic- THROUGH. UNDE
1 ate iin this proeeding AND GAGINSTTH
shudcontact Court A HEREIN NAMED IN-
ministration at 101 James DIVIDUAL DEFEND-
Lee Blvd. East, Cresiview ANT(5) WHO ARE
FL, _32536-3515; tele- NOT KNOWN TO BE
hone number DEAD OR ALIVE,
50~v-689-5000, Exten- WHETHER SAID UN-
sion 7497, prior to the KNOWN PARTIES
roedn.or Shalimar MAY CLAIM AN IN-
50o~65~~1- 97 TEREST AS SPOUSE,
H~EIRS DEISEES
IMPORTANT OTHER CLAIMANTS
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabili- LAST KNOWN AD-
ties Acpersons with dis- DRESS: UNKNOWN
abilitie needing special
accommodation to partic- CURRENT ADDRESS:
rahte din this proceeding UNKNOWN
shudcontact' Court A -
ministration at 1250 N YOU ARE NOTIFIED that
Egigako.Soioa cin t oelsFI 32579,0 tele hone mortgage on the follow-
nulmbth r n97 AL oeryotin
Florida
04/230 U ECLN OOMKE
Legal # 100369 MMS, C CONO OMITNO

COUNRTT NC NCDU OR TOEN OTF COND -

DAI USL'OKALOOSA MIIMTEEFA
Pani COUNTY FLORIDA REODDI FI
TOGETHER RWLITH Ad

vs. UNDIVIDED INTEREST
nMStR SCHMITT, M THES FTOYNNA E

AME DAECD NOTICE TEENTD N 5UC% DT
ANCE WITH THE
HMIT THOMAS RD CVNANTS tECTON
Residence unknown TIONS, tER~MOSS AND
ADSDTRKSNOWN MAILING TOONSAID DECLARA-
THOMAS R.SCHMITT
3368 Lakeshore Drive haS been filed against
Chipley, Fl. 32428 You andyaoucar required
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- written defenses, if an ,
FIED that an action to 0n o bn ridMav f2ul

te O e 9n a Pora ntiff's aton~e whoe
F~id~a~ address is 9119 Corpo-
rate take Drive, Suite
( ommencing at the 300 Tap, loda
Northest ~rne of e 3364 ad iete orii-
tion 6, T2Ni: R25W ,nlh withis Court eihr
b sna e usoty d91atel i eeartr ot -
4bk66679 feet to point of erwise a default will be
dg res 28't4 r E dlis nter'elefdisag n doed i
tancre of 436.77 feet. the Complaint or petition.
lhenc N a6disde rees WITNESS my hand and
12d06refeet 6t nce N sh seola ofdt is Cour o
distance of 436.77 feet. 2008.
t~hlenc" W distdre ( Don W. Howard
100 feet to point of be. Clerk of the Court
;cr~red sbd vicioan u DV lujacC rk
has been fi ed against IPRa dnewthte
To s d aou rera eudAmericans with Disabili-
written defenses if a~ny tbies Act persons with dis-
to it on BEN Ls, HOLLEY ablte eeding special
plaintiff's attorney, whose accommodation to partic
address is Post Office iPate in this proceedin
Box 1238 Cresiview hol contact~ Court A -
Florida 32556, on or be- ministration at 101 James
Foet eqor?6 008 cn Le Bovar 2Eat 3 1 t
clerk of tl s court either tele hone number
before service on the 85 6l89-5000, Exten-
elitf~ atree t r Im nio i9, prior h e
entered against you or AN
the relief deman~d~ed inIMOTAT
the complaint or petition. mn a rdanc blt al
DATED this 17th day of ties Act persons with dis
April, 2008. abilities needing special
accommodation to partic-
DON W.HOWARDUI ipate in this proceeding
CLERK OF CICI hudcontact' Court-A -
COURT ministration at 1250 N.
ByKmBouhall E lin Parkway, Shalimar,
DeuyClerk F 32579; e: oe
04 2308 Prior to the proceedine-
04 008
i05 08 04/23/08
05 08 04/30/08

Legal # 100370 Legal # :100371
IN THE CIRCUIT IN THE CIRCUIT OF
COURT OF THE FIRST THE FIRST JUDICIAL
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
AND FOR OKALOOSA
OKALOOSA COUNTY FLORIDA
COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL ACTlON CASE
CIVIL AdflON CASE NO. 2007 CA 3133 S
NO.: DIVISION FILE NO.:
46-2008-CA-000843 F07019259 "
DIVISION:
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
U1S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION,
ARUSCMAUF3R8 TM Paintiff,
S;TRUCTUREDB ASSET IN vs.
VESTMENT LOAN
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IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabiji-
ties Act, persons with dis-
abilities needing special

p~t didnb Ii rce 3 n
ministration at 1250 N.
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number 850-651s- p~7497,
prior to the proceeding.




Legal # 100372
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICAIANLDCFROCUIT IN
OKCALOOSA
COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTlON CASE
NO.:
2007-CA-003883 5
DIVISION: FILE NO.:
F07028023
DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY FKA BANKERS
Pant iff,
vs.


FRANTZ., et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort-
gage Foreclosure dated
April 17, 2008 and en-
tered in Case No.:
2007-CA-003883 S of
the Circuit Court of the
FIRST Judicial Circuit in
and for OKALOOSA
Coun ,i Florida wherein
DEUTSCHE BANK NA-
TIONAL TRUST COM-
PANY FKA BANKERS
TRUST is. the Plaintiff and
JAMES M. FRANTZ
A ,K/A AMES MICHAEL
F NZWANDA MA-

A K/A WVANDA MARIE
F ANTZ; USAA FEDERAL
SAVINGS BANKil are the
Defe dan an 10l selbit
der for cahat IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at


vs.
SEAN RAND, at al,
Defendant(s) ~
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: TOOKE PLACE
CONDOMINI UMS
OWNERS ASSOCIA-
' TION, INC.- DIS-

Nurring


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is~ the b~lainti/ff and DAI KIRK BERGERON, et,al, Flrd eal
ELLANG;E~-~ KIMBERLYDeedts) loda Dal aw
IL ANGA/A KIMBERLY Groudnli pB IpP.L. .O Bx
SCHERF DUVAL; are the NOTICE OF FORECLO- 20 apFoia
Defendants, I wdi sell to SURE SALE 33622-501
te h bre casdh at RbN NOTCE ursut HoERaEBF ORa dncewth

FRONT DOOR OF nal Judgment of Mort- mrcn ihDsbl-
SAIAR oANN2EX dat aon OF 01 oure ddate ie A ersdons w he di -
of May, 2008, the o-ted n Cae N.accommodation to partic-
jeowing descr ndsaro Crcui C~our ~ hedf FIs h Idincohtascproc dn
naJudgment: Jud~iciaOOCicuit in Cndnfor mini tratlion at 01t James
THE 50UTHEASTERLY Florida whereinWE vewhF,35631;
OORT WEOFERTY tFe GPan fKndAiK 1 -5000, nEmt n
220 FEET OF LOT 25, BERGERON; BRENDA s'0 on7, prior to the
LCK OD, SECONd GEERGERtENCMOTR pcdilng 90 Shalimar
CALHOUN'SSUBDIV- REGISTRATION SYS-
SON, ACCORDING TEMS INORORTE O AdNaTnc iht
TOEREOHE PLA ASCTNOOTNEOELIOOR SE Americans with Disabili-
RECORDED IN PLAT ICING INCORPORATED. ties Act, persons with dis-
BOOK 2, PAGE 43-A EMERALD) LAKES PROP' abilities needing Ipecial
OF TE PBIERTY OWNERS ASSOCI- accommodation to partic-
RECORDS OF ATION, INC.; are the sPa~te iin this proceediqn9
O KA L OO 5 A Defendants, I 'vill sell to hldcontact Court A
COUNTY, FLORIDA. the hi hest and best bid- ministration at 1250 N.
A/K/A 806 PINE FONT r s CLERK'L li3P2a579 aytS a re
STREET, DESTIN, FL FRONT DOOR OF number (850)651 7497,
32541 SHALIMAR ANNEX AT prior to the proceeding.

Any Cerson claiming day dfi o aey Od8pr t 0/32 8
surplus from the erty as set forth in sa d Legal #100341
sale, if any, other Final Judgment:
onr as of Pthe dat LOT 4,BLOCK D EM- NOONCFORFTA PDIECEAD
of the Lis Pendens ERALD LAKES PkASE
must filei claim II 'ACCORDING TO Notice is hereby given
within sixty (60) TIE PLAT THEREOF that Ethel Dillon, as
days after the sale. AS' RECORDED IN holder of the followm
PLAT BOOK 17, certificate, has filed sa'
WITNESS MY HAND PAGE Sd 25 AND 26, certificate for a Tax Deed
and the seal of this Court OF TH PUBLIC REC- to be issued thereon. The
on April 18, 2008 ORDS OF certificate number and
O KA LO O SA year of issuance, the
Don W. Howard COUNTY, FLORIDA. name in which the~ rop-
Clerk of the Circuit Court erty is assessed and the
By: Kah n Dav/is A/K/A 299 description of the prop-
Deputy Ci~rk TEQUETA DRIVE, erty Is as follows:
DESTIN, FL 32541 Certificate # 1408 of
IMPORTANT 2002 Assessed to: John
In accordance with the Any person claiming an E Pryor *
Americans with Disabili interest in the surplus Desen option: Crestview
ties Act, persons with dis- from the sale, _if _aa2 Lot 3 e~k 57
abilities needing special other thari the roe Parcel' ID#:
accommodation to partif owner as of the datePb~ 17-3N-23-24900057
ipate in this proceedings the Lis Pendens must file 0030 Opening Bid:
should contact Court Ad;- within sixty(60) days af- $4 559.57
ministatdion at 101 James ter the sale. L I l rof .d p e ~:~bein ~
Lee Blvd., East Cresiview, in the o
FL. 32536-3515; tele- WITNESS MY HAND Okaloosa, State df Flor-
honeQ~ 950 number and the seal of this Court ida.
50-69-500, exten- on Arl10, 2008.
sion 7497, prilor to the Don How~ard Unless the certificate is
roedn or Shalimar Clerk of th~e Crcuit Court redeemed according to
5041-97By: Kathryn Davis isw ethe nrpeh fcel
IMPORTANT Florida Default Law will be sold to the highest
In accoprdance with the Group PL. P.O. Box bidder at the front door
Amer~icans with Disabili- 2501d Tampa, Florida of the Clerk's Officat o
.lies Act prsns with dis 33622-5018th Okaloosa County
abliis edigspecial Courthouse Annex,
accommodation to partic- IMPORTANT Shalimar, Florida at
ipate in this proceeding In accordance with the 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
shouldl contact court AdT- Americans with Disabili- May 13, 2008.
miitainat 1250 N, ties Act, persons with dis-
ElnParkway,_S~h~almar abilities needing special Dated this 2nd day of
Fl 2579; eehn accommodation to partic April 2008.
number 850-651-7497 Iate in this proceeding DO .HW
prior to the proceeding. shudcontact` Court A -DO WHWAD
ministration at 101 James CLERK OF COURTS
04/23/08 Lee Boulevard East, Crest- By:Daniel Luke
.1.1 .l aiview FL, 32536-3515; euyCek
-_--_--- tel~e honeb numb Der uyClr
(8 69-5000, Exten- 040 08
Legal`# 120019 slon 174~97,":if prior to the a/608
roedia r Shalimar 042 08
IN THE CIRCUIT 8~~50)61-7497 043 08
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN IMPORTANT Legal #120022
COUO FRIDA acods nch W~it ab NOTICE OF SALE
CAiNO.: abilities needingtospecial in~ Sacrdnes with aFlo
08DR1439CDIVISION accom oa tionrtoepeartic- r ttcated1a7%
SAMANHA ADER- ouldcontact Court Ad- HosPtal Drive Crest-
SON, ministration at 1250 N. v'ew, Florida will offer for
Petitioner, E llin Parkway, Shalimar, sale to the hi hest bidder
F 32579; tele hone the household and other
and srimrbtec the 6 cedin497 codslisttoed u tshe bai
JASON D'WAYNE AN. goods are to be sold to
DERSON 04/16/2008 recover the rents not paid
Respondent. 04/23/2008 by the tenants.
NOTICE OF ACTION Unit 141 Janet Lyles
FOR DISSOLUTION LEGAL # 120031
OF MARRIAGE Unit K17 Billy C.
TO:(Name of Res and- COUNR OFEF UIRST Sadrde
e1nt)JASON D'WAYNE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN The sale shall ltak place
AD ER S ON AND FOR on Arl30, 2008 At
(Resondet'slast known OKALOOSA 10:00a~r~m, at KeepSafe
ddes(iystate .Zip) COUNTY FLORIDA Storage,
ADDRESS U~NOWN CIVIL ACflON CASE
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that NO. O /1 /08
an oeto andt tified 2 SONC-2162-SOI- 0 /308
arWe reured to serve aF07013281
copys~ o our written de. LEGAL #120028
Fess n, to it on TAYLOR, BEAN AND

nhos a dessAdt io 80 AHITEA EROROORACI CR5NIT I


IMPORTANT
I codac wth th
Amer san wich itshabdil
ties Act, persons wit disI
abliiso nee togsp ia-
~phatdin ttis tpro @ i
mnstratcon at 1250 N
Egln P rk ay Shal r
FL, 32579: tele mar'
mbe (850)651- 4 7e
prior to toe procee ing.
0 /32008
0 /02008
LEGAL #120029

AUCTION
Pursuant to Section
713.75. Florida Statutes,
there will be a oublic
auction May 23, 2008
at 8:00 A.M. for' the fol-
lowing described vehi-
cles
2001 Dod e
IB3EJ46XO 703280
1987 Ford
IFTCFI5NXHNA84848
90(s) Chevrolet
Vin` Number Not Legible
Vehicle Burnt
The auction' will be held
at 861 W. James Lee
Blvd Crestview, Fla
32556. Danco Tr'ansmis-
sion & Towing has the
right to turn down any
and all bids.
04/23/2008

LEGAL #120030
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR


1 1:00 AM on the 20
NOTICE OF FORECLO- day of May, 2008. the
SURE SALE following desenibed orop-
ertv as set forth in said Fi-
NOTICE IS HEREBY na Judgment:
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi-
nal Judgment of Mort- LOT 6, SAILBOAT
qage Foreclosure dated COVE A SINGLE
April 17, 2008 and en- FAMILY RESIDENTIAL
tared in Case No. SUBDIVISION SITU-
2007-CA-3133-S of the ATED IN A PORTION
Circuit Court of the FIRST OF GOVERNMENT
LOT $, FRACTIONAL
SECTION 15, TOWN-
SHI~Po 12 SOWULT
.OKALOOS
t COUNTY FOIA
FA ACCORDING TOTH

itar S'PAGT R1BCOOOR D 5q
PUBLIC R711CORDS OF
I! SAID COUNTY
A/K/A 4209 MAIN-
SAIL DRIVE,
IE NICEVILLE, FL 32578 ,
,Any ,pron. cliaimin
surplus from :the
~1~sale, if alny, other
than thepofpet dy
ow treaLis Pendens
lrogram must file at claim
within sixty e60)
patients ? days after the sal .
WITNESS MY HAND
a real differrnie and seal of this court on
lortsApril 18, 2008,
Don W. Howard
b Clerk of the Circuit Court
avB~taom, t enlhY~kO avi I

;Aa IMPORTANT
tIn accordance with the
arlztn a ismeias 4 .th Ds bl-c


OKALOOSA MarnrMSE
COUNTY, FLORIDA


FO601 1242 3140 -Baby items
DEUTSCHE BANK s9-undingsSuple
NATIONAL TRUST Equipment
COMPANY, AS TRUS- 3170 Collectibles
TEE, 3180 -Computers
Plaintiff, 3190 Electronics
vs. 32 Frntren
3230 Garage/Yard Sales
CLAUDETTE M. RICH- 3240 uns
ARDnSON et al, 35 o thhnp nt Eat
Defendnt s)3270 -Jeweiry/Clothing
NOTICE OF FORECLO- 320 Mcipmnery
SURE SALE 3290 IVe ica Iquitiment
NOTICE IS HEREBY 31-Muia $n tents
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 3320 -Plants& ShrUtis/
nal Judgment of Mort- Supplies
aaeForedlosure dated asse Restaurant/Hotes
9iepi 17, 2008 and on- 3340 Sporting Goods
tered in Caseo 0.~ 3350 -Ticket (Buy & Sell)
2006-CA-2900 of e mS
Cici C1%ucruiof thn FdRS
OKALOOSA Con30 |
Florida wherein ODUEUi lo
SCHEBANKNATINALAll Tk es of Watch &

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intiff,


~REN D. BREWER,
gjn'dants
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
RE SALE
)TICE IS HEREBY
VEN pursuant to a Fi-
Judgment of Mort-
j~Foreclosure datfed
I17, 2008 and en-
ed in Case No.
07-CA-21 62-S of the
cuit Court of the FIRST
icial Circuit in and for
:ALOOSA Coun y
rida wherein TAYLO .
AN AND WHITAKE
MORTGAGE CORPORA-
)N is the Plaintiff and
RE~N D. BREWE ;

VINGS BANK; are
Defendants, I will sell
the highest and best
Rider for cash at IN
ONT OF CLERK'S
ONT DOOR OF
ALIMAR ANNEX AT
:00 AM, on the 20
q f Ma 2008, the
wasngetdforh in aod F
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ATNAT BLBUG ATREE
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:THE PUBLIC REC-
RDS OF
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t prs n climisg pl
m the sale, if an ,
er than the p oec o'f
n se oethensmust file
claim within sixty (60)
s MYtth e HAND
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acinner 1 m Keith Ar ls

Ma~d~or ~lReal EstateVA N TIA
Auctn. ridaMay16,
N80/ .acr~e orde~r S int
~Albans Hospital campus
will be offered in 7 par- Cresiview
cels. P00 erty features an Moving Sale
6,8fice uilsdqin/fomp DOS S~ho 0al mie Dr
hospital, a 0+/ oclr te directI of of
s2o~ l~ bf. istrc ding, Live Oak Church Road
h'bm officer rtin hes, hn
lonpaibdev lopem$~ ems, and m Gc more.
and residential potential. Cresiview
One tract has frontage MULTI-FAMILY YARD
on the New River. Prop- SALE
erty Address: 6226 Unii- Sat. April 26, 7AM- Until
versity Park Dr., Radford, 1202 Sunshine Dr. To
VA 24141. Visit much to listl
Iwww.woltz.com or call
Quctioneer for inom-Cresiview
tion. Previews: Web AR SLE
Ap. 2M3 We drAmpr 132 hra 26 Satu da UAnpth
froman~d5 7r W, ay 158,H kftghIos
Associates, Inc. of stuffl
LVA#321) Real Estate TUPPERWARE
Brokers & Auctioneers,
n8 0)551-3588, Roa- New Catalog, monthly
nk, VA 24011. s ecial' r ~cemejck ~



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with remote, $4 "Bat ex Increasel"
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~aasoi sRdeirver / x0 7 0. 3651x70
turntable (needs belt & f2290. 40x80
utrle sc~ases 2Turbo Man9f0 tuNany of ers.
+ Or complete set, $100 1980...(800)668-5422.
All items in aood cond. & www.pioneersteel. com.
obo. 862-3 297, FWB SDa lilyan Re ution
colors.from $.75-2.00
call 6784707
3220 Demo Homesites
Wanted Now! In se.
elected areas! For the
abeoe Karoauknd p 01 3it
ing nhis fuanto .oSave

iat s/Ffast Frlnetallat s /
4 Piece Couch EZy k3P r Calc

hB rely uscerda from b2nkd Frsl ui
ground, rdd / tan pvaid l $ 20.nL0. kr2 fok
lovekseat, chair$ 00b hsie~m805i~a Cemetery.
850-623-1 396 Rtail store fixtures,

6 2655c o 37-rn 0
3230 +(11 clear bottom kayak'
Bake ma e byInnovex.
er + (1) Ielow Mailbu Two
HUGE MULTI- Playasebra Id nw. rcs
FAMILY 850 698-6334
~Sat. 26th Wanted: 10 Homes To
7mb-utilof 8 show off our new lifetime
:Bab cloths, firniture to etexieor amit.hoCall no
me tolistfies. (1888)800-4056
.Baker (Lic.#CBC`010111)
Huge Yard Sale
Sha~dy Grove

S"~~"at Ga -12 4


A~ EMPLOYMENT
-- 4100 Help Wanted
COMING SOON 4110. -Rstaufants/Clubs
-DeFuniak springs Flea 4130 -Employment
"Market Located ion Hwy Information


crestview News Bunletin I B9


WEDNESDAYAPRIL 23 2008


1


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Train for high paying Avl-
S4100 ation Maintenance Ca-
reer. FAA approved aro-
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ds itaned Jl AI arnont
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Bldg Const/Skilled Trade (888)349-5387.
Now accepting applica- All Cash Candy Route
tions for wel ing posi- Do you earn $800 in a
tions. A ply in person at day? 30 Local Machines
3741 New E eneezer alnd Can~dy/ $9,995.
Rd in Laurel Hill, FL Drug (8828)O629-9968 llUs
free workplace EOE BO0 03.ClU:
We will not be
Installation/Maint/Repair undersoldl

Exp. Techs Earn Up To $550
Come loin the fastest Weeklyt H ~ing the gov.
nr wrnt rs curitythsystem ernment Excellent O n
im 1.Exp85 -62nnbd5 n 0)488 221 Askafo
------ department GS.
Logisti cs/Transportation
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(800)720-1 705.
Now Availablel 2008
'Post Office Jobs.

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Offered~ by Exam Ser-
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w/USPS who hires.
1-866-497-1015


BUSINESS & IHCLU IC.
sion business
Opportunities
511o- Wloney to Land



"Home-based" Inter-
net business. Flexible
hours. Earn
$500-$1000/month PT,
$2000-$5000+ FT. Start
while keeping your cur-
rent ~ob. Fre~e details,


|6100o | 3
Crestview 3 Bd. 2.5
Ba 1528 sq. ft.
(00 ter bedroom and bath. It
has blinds, refri erator
walk in closets w/d
ely 05 fic Fr ntage It o up. Spar d nig
rooms, conference room, Pines To homes. Ca
kitchen lobby, paking. Scott Lee @682-3178

r esc tion soth Tori
in 0, greatorvisibill t.Cas el4o
685-0470 JBR/SB OF ec01s r~e

@ol o5o% down 2

090 3 6 78cor listin x

5bd 2ba Home only
$425/mol 3bd 2ba
Ea aSbRenn~~ eBuon an 01e n~bd$19H mo
$200/mol 5%dn, 20yrs Availablel For Listings
@ 8 o !For Listings (800)482-9419.
(800)4~8"-9419.

---~ NEW DY

NEW TOI AmrnecadnhRealty

Crestview- 1 br a t, Foia n.
698 Kenneth Ave. Com- 682-4822 or
pletely furnished utilities 651-5717 EHO
incl. No pets. $b50mo *126 Ham ton Dr. 2br,
682-3166 1.5ba $545
*2592 Victoria PI, 2br,
------1ba, $685
*3139 Earl Kennedy Rd.
Crestview- 2br, 1ba, 2bc 1.5ba, $695
uitgtdno pets *659 Griffith Ave. 3br,
aIo/ 508d ,5-71 2 6156b2' T25stAve @, 3br,
2b~a, Toit Cove, 3br,
2ba, $800
Crestview Bent Creek *327 Strawbridge Dr
Apts II Vouchers Ac. 3br 2ba, $800
celpted. Rental assistance *30 Re ent Rd
Hd& n n-C lac essiblR 3210 )b e$1 0t 2br,



po~rtuni u 2b04 $800


Cresiview I &II 3 25a 85
Apartments 6 S uiview Dr. 3br
o3w ace t lid~~ca. 211 Swa mn Pine Ct.
tions for 1 P& BaC 3br 2.5ba, $8 5
non-HC a cessil b a rd 009Holly R. 3br, 2ba,
the disabled. Rental assis- 423 Northview Ln,
C01850e8 8b i able3b3 ~bAda s0 Dr. 3br,
TDD/TT 711. 145b 2ba $950
Coremo Drive Crest. *6i19 Winstead Rd,
vi 'o L. Eual Housing 3ri0 g2ht Dr. br
e a02 Tobago Ct. 3br
2ba, $1050 '
Cretviw centre *110 Golf Course Dr.
Cprtens w,1B nchere 3brl' 2ba,1 i y050 Dr
A cptd. R nal *112 atrwy r.
toc may b tava @ale. 3br 2bao r1tn25Ln b
2s9 aenn ekena~d 216 i~tadeltane3br,
t res~tview 8L 2 Cal) 2ba $12 Iie Ctf,
H sn p uniy~qua2br 3bb$ e0o Dr. 4br,
b 25214Titanium Dr. 4br,
2a268a Bel45Ridge Dr.
b6226 S~hire Ln, 4br,
22 Trish Dr. 4br, 2ba,

Crs vee c25d I~a b,623b77 Havenmist Ln.
orch;, fe~'nced vard. Visit usat
60mo. 699-08 ~7 www.era-american.com


OL9V


6140










Crestview 3br 1ba,
O40sf, $26b0/mol~dd
$60dmo. Call 865-01 84






Cbelst iew/2b eso.
$885.month55 ige
Lake Rd. ~
(254)-652-2438



NEW TIA
Crest~view 4br/2ba
House on secluded acre
800mi + $800 de .
posit re uired. Available
now 37 -7676


For Lease or Sale
3br.o2b n21 stre tT
Hot area. $1000mos
gf)37-62 2 or


THIS WEEK'S
LISTINGS

6151 Evergreen Pkwy
1,233 sq. ft.,3bd, 2ba
$146,500

6155 Evergreen Pkwy
1,198sq.ft,3bd.2ba
$148,500

3356 Auburn Rd
1,275 sq. ft, 3bd, 2ba
$115,000

3177 Chestnut St
1,189 sq. ft, 3bd, 2ba
141,500

3179 Chestnut St
1,233 5q. ft., 3bd, 2ba
$142,500

3181 Chestnut St
1,357 sq. ft.,
3bd, 21/2ba
$160,500

3208 Twilight Dr
1,555 sq. ft.,3bd, 2ba
$149,900

1329Suzanne Cir
2,106 sq. ft., 3bd,2Zba
$174,900

835 Melton Rd
2,571 sq. ft., 4bd, 3ba
$499,900

232 Riverchase Blvd
2,104 sq. ft, 3bd, 2ba
$229,000







Baylis e'rDavis
Realty
Your Cres/niew Connletionl


90 E. Opening May 3rd.
Vendors call now to re
:serve your booth. Hurryl
Spac~j79tes r limited|
Cresiview
April 24, 25, 26
8am-5pm
118 S Lloyd St.
Elliptical 1"xerciser, small
chest of drawers, small
desk, electric hospital
bed & mattress, Soy can-

many other items.
Crestview
Fri. 25th & Sat 26th
H~~ OPumon Ln.
k I daown pngto I nd
$450. firm.
Cresiview


Thur. Fri. & Sat. Vr~~ III~
7:30am -until Needed
S5732 Reinke Dr. No CDL2 No Probleml
Toos, upmetlawn Earn up to $900/wk.
)t7l.:) e.. o ~muechto list. Home weekends with
:all I:. come see early. TMC. Company en-
951-3641 dorsed CDL Trainmn.
1-866-280-53O9
flresiview
2 Family Garage Medical/Health
Furniture, electronics CrngH, is acc ~t
kitchen b wedding, ewerv earn lcanora
Apid yrh a7aani- 8m- Cresiview location. If. in-
Timberline Dr. tesee 8 e
Cresiview view, FL or fax resume to
ANNUAL RUMMurAGE 850-689-7685 Attn to
SALE Diana Smith.
Loads of Stuffl Church of Other
te~he sEpiphCanyd- Behind
each 11 6thit8 on. Merchandise
Noon Small appliances, Stockers,
T.V 's Chia Kitch~e~n Maintenance,
a ~,ch c .bs, books' Cart Puhers,
Dock Unioaders
iCresiview for National Retailer now
Fri & Sat 8-12 hiring in Okaloosa
Misc. baby items, 0-18 county. Call Mon-Fri 866
mo. boy clothes, 4 bar- 438-5226 or 850
stools misc. yard tools, 432-1818
turkey fyr & more. Web ID #27800523
S11 Fairway Ct other
Foxwood Estates off Anti-
och & PJ Adams Groundsmen/
Cresiview trimmer
GARAGE SALE Exp, groundsmen w/CDL
Rai orShielSat Apillicense & 00f9~d driving
26, 7A.M.- ?. 314 Pow- record. 09eig Top
elol D.HousUehold goods, y. 758-612705


RfEAL ESTATE FOR RENT
eloo- eaisiness
Commercial
6110 -Apartments
6120 Beach Rentals
614 Howoruse Retl
6150 Roommate Wanted
6160 -Rooms forRent
6170 -Mobile Home/Lot
elso out-of-Town nontals
6190 Timeshare Rentals
6200 Vacation Bentals


ClretVieW,F C rertVieW, FL .''" 'si o ld
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Janet Jo nson
Real Inc
E ual housing

2100ty
Bke
S11e0r82Bback er~ryOCirc.

S5 b,91P nny Ce~ek Rd
Crest~view
1413 S. Pearl St.
.46b V~a dO
2 br, 1 ba$675
* 2934 Mcarh Ave.
2 b20 1 ba9 $ 75
3 br 2Gbaa $ 75
* 265' Lindb'ern St
3 br,02 ba, $95
3 br. 2 b 82d5S
342b, Oabka 1$87
3 br, 2 ba, $895
* 651 Panama Dr
4 br, 2 ba, $950
* 6451 nMoo ht L
3 br, 2 ba, $950
* 421 Junier Dr
3 br 2 ba, $995
* 2243 Titanium Dr
3 br 2 ba, $995

* 6462 Moon i ht Lan
3 br, 2% ba, $ 150









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--Foy friendly service and
exceptional deals, stop by and
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682-2731


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"ANY MAKE ANIY MODEL"
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Must have a '99 or newer vehicle in household. Sale price includes all rebates and discounts. All prices plus tax, tag, and dealer processing fee.
Photos for illustration purposes only. Sale ends 04/30/08 ms


811 Cars
81 20 Sposts Utility Vehicles
813 Trucks
8140 -Vans
8150 Commercial
87 Ate artc e
82 to3a sSories
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats

8310 Aircraft/Aviation






94K0 Cmlers. T condi-
2340-4145rhma


$4501 Fo lsti~ngs cal




Ford Ex lorer



Ford f l50 Get reconi
cusom. fielet tudyrac
2600ob. PeSOLD!!l
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soider traodes or$200
1888-2376-93165

lan120


tora Er/tow ,

$9950. 80333

Evinrud 3H cyl. maOut
board mo00 oro relab
$457250 8652593 00




comaable ye2Var1to rob%
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810 I crestview News sulletin


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 2008


I on zo
Crestview: 3BR 2BA at Dockable Deepwater &
3k104 Holl2~er Dr., no Lo gHome $'159 900
pet. 62.-9 2ecta |la lehoe 1+P cre
waterfront setting. Encloy
194 ft shoreline on main
NEW rlllY channel, deep water w/
Holt fu hados a pins
3 Bd. 2 Ba / 4 Bd 2 Ba Private g ted commu-
Call Scott 546-1192 nity. The finest- for the
-------------discrim nating buyersl
oalest financing mn yrsl
( ii8 0800 5 64- 5 092,
Dockalble Lakefront &
Lo900C Sle: Sat, OMa
3rd Only. Gorgeous
BRE ESTATE FOR S 2 00 sf cag fIn
7100 -Homes wooded dockable water-
7110 Beach Home/ front Darcel on private,
Property recrea ional lake mn Tenn.
7120 commercial Quiet gated community
7130- cond arrownhouse Or1 3 acre lake access
n1 0 a m & a rasaes w i re too iip jut

77 wat eont 18s s~e ve5 53l 1179
71so at-o-Towen Seve h(7)1 oode cLAc-
72oo Timeshare Hom Packag Eb Ac
c ometo Intraa asta \NW
tF onae wiuh Util tes!
|71100 $89,9 01 Call now
Bank Re ost 3bd 2ba (866)950-5263, Ext.103
2H me ony $350 bd eknnessee tieAlfordable
p 9nt 5%o, fm tne 34 088 are Nori
@ 8%apr! For Listings & shoreline. Call Lakeside
info (800)482-9419. Really Today!
For sale by owner; 3br, (888)291-5253~ or visit
2ba, l;are ~b bedrooms www lakesIdeely~o
large kice,1 acre, ---
$149,900. 240-0890
Foreclosures! Buy
1-4bd Homes from
1 9./bm / ,ng20naRefsn
@ 8%aorl For Listings &
info (800)482-9419.
#6O AUTOMOTIVE. MARINE


Laurel Hill 4 br, 2/2
ba, 26005F lac 1 ~blk to
Laurel Hill school. $795
mo+dd. (404)388-6862


Individual wants to buy
house for investment. Call
651-0987
Laurel Hill 4 br 2V2
ba, 2600SF lac Close to
L$ 6K. (40 )138868h6

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Heato R ealty
150-689-1334
or 582-3806


Navarre -
21 sty b mbr, 2 2 be
natural lot. 9' ceihings,
separate living &! dmmig
rooms, eat-in kitchen. Lg.
whirlpool tub and sepa-
rate shower in master
bath. Beautiful, quiet wa-
terfront neighborhood.
Priced to sell at the
reduced price of
481037220. Or 65-8 48
leave message
New Homes, rural devel-
opment, additions, rea-
Boarley~ Reg. lGeaneral Con.
tr321o 682-1 759



NEWA TFI G-

Cropland, Woods, Lak ,
Great home -2150S
3br, 2ba, 2 cg, 71
eae id redrontage.
Heaton Realty,
850-689-1334
or 582-3806



PRICE REDUCED!
1283sf 3br, 1.5ba,
13i~o. Priced at only


Inc.
850-689-1334
or 582-3806


'7150
with hoea a brcn area
Call 850-240-0890



AFFORDABLE
ACREAGE!!
Paved Road front e.
Mildred .
Heaton Realty,
InC.
850-689-1334
Ash i582-38060a-
tain Acrea e Homes tes
From $49,t)00 Excellent

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Real Estate
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,pouendd el ti~ $8 9d -
great value, special low
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$2,97Crew Cab 4WD $19,977r:;I$18477 i
(Must I W%00 e4 Mstw,90O W PCR LA/F/DPR


0~81l MALl BU


s"19,225
MUST OWN 99 OR NEWER VEHICLE


09SII.MERADO 08S8ILVERADO
Reg. CabEx.Cb
$16,567 'eic y~j ~ C''-? :~N $20,527 ,1i
$2,000 ...*r v $2,000 ~1:
(IMust owN so OR (MUST owN so OR ;
NEWER VEHICLE) AUTO TRANS. AC, XMI, CD NEWER VEHICLE) IT Tu *,.1.1


1r,v
(MUST OWN 99 OR
NEWER VEHICLE)


$12


AC, CRUISE


ALM WHEELS


PW. PL, CR, TL,AM/FM/CD. KEYLESS ENTRY, B UILT
IN BRAKE CONTROLLER, ALM WHEELS FOG LAMPS,
HEAVY DUTY TRAILER, ONSTAR AND MORE


A WVA R D CHE V R OL E T.C COM


(REST VIEW 682-2731

4 1 50 EDBV2D CR7E25T4VIE W


614w asso


Area iwal May 1 for ma-
ture person, 1 Bedroom
furn shed private apart-
mrelod music. $ ('). mets
Utilities furnished
689-1318


Teel & Waters
Real Estate I
RENTALS
682-6156 3 BR
S204 Booker St. rent
252 2Wbalkr Circleg Nao p
72510 3o tj/k2 a c

g9125 3 br 2 ba 2 cg
391 Riverchase
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg'
02t Sbrrl RIdage2Rd JI
IIPro, erties required Bakr
credit ceck, 1 kyr lease,
ne s are dnon- reiunabl~et cl e
Call Debra Frost ,moa~l
682-6156 850-7


S2 BA trailer for
6238 Old River Rdh
Its SO$0 2-3 t







2 a til tie$7 i
Bible 1st oldep
58-9721


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Diesel Crew Caeb LT -
$35;127 am ;- ,'!;:1~3 43 ~
(MUST OWN 99 OR fp,(MUST OWN 99 OR
NEWER VEHICLE) NEWER VEHICLE) PW, PL, CR, TL, AM/FM/CD,


08 COBA LT


'st3s410:::11fi,910
(MUST OWN 99 OR
NEWER VEHICLE) AC, AM/FMS/CD


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