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Place of Publication: Crestview, Fla
Publication Date: April 30, 2008
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Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Students Anne Hooper, Eric Allen, Nicole Lanning and
Sarah Watkins sit in the cramped rear compartment as a
Life Flight 1 crew member, standing outside, describes
the helicopter's equipment.


CHS students check


out Life Flight 1


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

Several classes of
Crest-view Hig'h School
vocational students Fri-
day got an up close and
personal look at technol-
ogy appropriate to those
considering either medi-
cal or aviation profes-
sions.
Zooming in under a
cloudy sky, Air Flight
1, a life-flight helicop-
ter/ ambulance, circled
the school's field before
settling gently onto the
grass.
Students weren't the
only people awaiting the
aircraft's arrival. A battal-
ion of Crestview firefight-
ers was on hand to con-
duct training exercises af-
ter the students finished
inspecting Life Flight 1.
SMoments after its four
blades stopped spinning,
the aircraft was surround-
ed by eager students,
who were briefed by pilot


Aaron Brown. Firemen in
full equipment patiently
awaited their turn.
"My students always
kid me that I never say
anything about helicop-
ters and this was a chance
to bring them in," said
Leo Murphy, director of
the Crestview Aerospace
Institute, a CHS CHOICE
program. Murphy is also
ai professor at Emory-
Riddle University.
Also scrambling
around the aircraft were
students from CHS teach-
er Hazel Holmes' health
occupations program.
"My students are in-
terested in going into
the medical field, some
of them in emergency
medicine," Holmes said.
"Others are curious.
They want to see what
it's like."

See vicleo of Gulf Flight
1's visit to Crestviewo High
at tioww.cr~estviewbulletin..
coml.


Here is the interior of the new Veterans Administration medical outpatient clinic at Eglin Air Force Base.



Eghin VA outpatient chmnc opened Monday ]


.John Parrott
Crestview News Bulletin

EGLIN AFB Under an azure
blue April sky, local military veter-
ans celebrated the opening of the
long-awaited Veteran~s Administra-
tion clinic on Eglin Air Force Base.
The clinic began operation at 8
a.m. Monday. It is a dream come
true to area veterans, many of
whom spent hundreds of hours
driving between Okaloosa County
communities to VA clinics in Pen-
sacola and Panama City. '
The newly opened VA clinic
will serve an estimated l2,000 0ka-
loosa County veterans and another
35,000 from nearby Walton and
Santa Rosa counties.
Instead of the two-hour road
trip vets have been accustomed to,
the trip now will be halved in most
cases.,
"Man, this is a dream come
Truee" smiled Jack Ham of Walton
County as he stood looking at the
new building and admiring its in-
terior. .
"I was going to Panama City
ftwice a month. Now looking at
this place and knowing it's going
to take me an hour to come down
here instead of the two-hour one-
way trip means a lot to both me


U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller reminds the
crowd that the VA clinic is a dream
come frue to those who have
worked trelesslyand have now

83,000. '
Linden is a double amputee
who returned to flying status and
logged more than 3,000 hours as a
military helicopter pilot.
"I am here today because I have
been a beneficiary of both the mili-
tary and Veterans health services,
and let me tell you, they are second
to none," he said. "I also know the
disabled veterans in Fort Walton,
1 \iceville an~d Crestview welcome
this facility because it is first class,
but just as important, they now
know they can get the medical
treatment they deserve right here
at home."

How will this rnew facility htelp
youl? Post yourY thoughts at crestview ~
bulletinl.com.


Albert Linden, Adjutant for the
Disabled American Veterans
Department of Florida, recounts
his years as a patient of both
the military and VA health care
systems-

and my wife," Ham said, leaning
on his cane.
Many of those in the estimated
crowd of 500 proudly wore the
Purple Heart ribbon, along with
garrison caps of member service or-
ganizations. Through these groups
and their persistence, the cliniic fi-
nally became a reality.
This day clearly was about local
medical service for long-suffering
military veterans. ~
Keynote speaker Albert Linden,
adjutant for the Disabled ~American
Veterans Department of Florida,
somberly remin~dtd the crowd the
primary users of the Veterans Ad-
ministration health system are dis-
abled veterans. In Florida, there are


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A hearing was sched
uled Tuesday afternoon
for Crestview Police Chief
Brian Mitchell to deter-
mine if domestic violence
allegations made by his
wife were valid.
Visit crestviewbulletin.


com for an update on the
hearing.
Also Tuesday after-
noon, the Laurel Hill
baseball team played in
an FHSAA baseball re-
gional, quarterfinal game
at Malone. Find out how
the Hoboes did by visit-
ig crestviewbulletin.
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Crestview News Bulletin

It may have had a few
bumps along the way this year,
but the 52nd annual Old Span-
ish Trail Festival got ajolt of en-
ergy and is almost upon us.
With new events and pre-
dominantly local entertain-
ment, the festival is a day full


of fun for the entire family.
Gates open at 10 a.m. Saturr-
day. There's a non-stop sched-
ule of competitions, live music,
nudway games and of course,
all that lip-smacking food.
Returning after many
years of absence is the Old
'Jug Jail. If you're caught
without your festival arm-
band, you're off to the clink.


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that "was in complete

disljry also found "nu-
mer~ous child safety
hazards," including
"baby powder scattered
through-out the room
and an open container of
baby powder lying on the
floor, garbage and trash
throughout the room,
a white unknown sub-
stance smeared on the
walls and the television,
a pair of sharp pointed
scissors on a chair in the
middle of the room, a
coffeemaker on the floor
between the beds with
coffee in it, two packs
of cigarettes, two books
of matches, a package
of rolling papers on the
nightstand, a baggie con-
taining various pain re-
liever medications on the
floor, a razor on the bed,
an ash tray full of ciga-
rette butts, a small glass
device commonly used
for smo ing narcotics,
as well as several cans of
beer. All of these items
were immediately acces-
sible to the children."
Hotel management
called police when the
children, ages 6 and 4,
were found playing in
the d ivrewmay nea svte

children said his father
went to get coffeeA.
The 40-year-old father
reappeared 45 minutes
later, reeking of alcohol,
according to -the report.


He said another motel
r slident,kwhosea same he
just met th-em," was sup-
posed to be minding the

The mother lives in
Pennsylvania. He had full
custody of the tykes.
Not any more.
Dad was arrested for
child neglect. The Depart-
ment of Children and Fam-
ilies placed his kids into
safe-keeping.

Bipolar Shmipolar
A23-year-old Crestview
woman was'observed by
in-house security at a local
outlet store placing mer-
chandise into her purse
and then leaving without
paying for it.
The stolen merchan-
dise included woman's
jeans, a black Playboy
purse and a pair of Betty
Boop socks.
Asked what had oc-
curred, the woman ex-
plained she was bipolar.
Informed she was
under ai'rest and going
to jail, she changed her
mind, told the officer she
knew what she had done
wash wong,t"and pleaded
stating this, was the first
time she had ever stolen
anything.
Both of the wom-
an's personalities were
charged for retail theft.


Brian Hughes
Crestview News Bulletin

More intriguing tales
from local law enforce-
ment arrest reports.

Three's Company
With her brother seated
nearby, sister was laying
on the bed, which was in
the living room, watch-
ing television. Brother
2 came in the room and
"began screaming at her
concerning the movie
and attempted to pour
a container of water on
her. "
Brother 1 told Brother 2
to leave Sister alone. The
discussion became physi-
cal. Brother 2 grabbed
Brother 1 and squeezed,
head-butted him, and
tried to punch his face.
Brother 1 bit Brother 2 on
the arm to break free.

reste f rb ttr (yo was
tic violence), explained
to police that Brother 1
"turned 18 on the 7th and
wanted to be a man, so I
showed him how it is."
Ah, there's nothing


like having an older bro
for a mentor. How proud
their mama must be.

Three'S Company II
Cruising along the
highway, the wife casual-
ly mentioned to her hus-
band that she had an af-
fair with~his stepbrother,
who was also in the car.
Hubby didn't take the
news very well. He start-
ed whuppin' the other
two "on their heads sev-
eral times with his fists."
Upon returning home
to Crestview, hubby
"pulled (his stepbrother)
out of the .vehicle and
beat him again."
The stepbrothers had
lived together in the past,
the report stated.
Hubby was arrested
on battery (domestic vio.
lence) charges.

Child Rearing 101
Responding to a report
of unattended small chil-
dren at a motel room ion
West James Lee Boule-
vard, police found two
young 'uns in a room


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April 6, 2009.
Letter should be sealed
in an envelope, addressed
to the City Clerk, and la-
beled "City Council Va-
cancy." Applications will
be accepted until 5 p.m.
on May 14.
The council unani-
mously elected Lillie
Conyers as council pregi-
dent Monday. Con~yers
had been elected council
vice-president during


the council's most recent
meeting. Chip Wells was '
drafted to serve as vice-
president.

Read anr item-by-itemz
account of Monday's Crest-
viewo City Coulncil meet-
ing, at crestviewbulletin.
comn. The council acted on a
$714,900 water woell project
and a mlotion thait arffected
the development group that
inzclude~s former Atlanzta
Braves pitcher John Rocker.


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Kyle Wright
Crestview News Bulletin

The chair reserved for
the Crestview City Coun-
cil President sat empty
Monday night.
The council held its
first meeting since the
passing of Brenda Bush,
who was elected council
president at the April 14
meeting.
The city official an-
nounced the opening of


Bush's Precinct 3 seat
earlier Monday.
Precinct 3 covers all
areas within the city lim-
its north of U.S. Highway
90.
Citizens living in Pre-
cinct 3 interested in. fill-
ing the vacancy are in-
vited to submit a formal
letter to the City Clerk.
The letter should include
a name, address and a
statement of desire to
serve the duration of the


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trouble all around the cap-
ital. Once Rahotep arrived
he was told that Queen
Nefertiti had vanished, and
her disappearance and his
investigation had to be kept
secret. He had 10 days to
find her before the big festi-
val. This is an exciting read
full of suspense and won-
derful des ritions of the
ancient city and the citizens
that lived there.

JUST ASK
Any questions? Just ask
any staff member, Jean,
Sandra, Miss Heather,
Anna, Marie, Sengdara,
Lise, Tracey, Janice, Heather
W. and Audrey.

CONTACT US
On the WVeb www.
cityofcrestview.org/library.
htrn
Phone 682-4432
Address 1445 Com-
merce Drive, Crestview, FL
32539 (Behind the Crest-
view Post Office)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"When Ilook back, Iam
so impressed again with
the life-giving power of
literature. If I were a young
person today, trying to
gain a sense of myself mn
the world, I would do that
again by reading, just as I
did when I was young." -
Maya Angelou


Last but not least we
want to say thank you to
our student volunteers who
are working toward com-
pletion of their 75 hours
of community service re-
quired for the Florida Aca-
demic Scholars' Certificate.

STAFF PICKS
"Nefertiti the Book of
the Dead," Nick Drake
(Mys Dra). For you mys-
tery fans this is a must
read. From the first ae
to the last the author's
intriguing account of the
historical facts along with
his own fictional story
keeps the reader absorbed.
Experience life as it was
ina anent t gyt as eou
cret passages and tombs.
Rahotep, chief detective
of the Thebes Medjay di-
vision, was summoned
to present himself at the
court of King Akhetaten in
search of a great mystery.
It seems there was a great
power struggle, brought
on by the King Akhetaten
and his Queen Nefer-
titi. The couple wished
to bring a new religion to
the people and to build a
huge new elaborate capi-
tal. The priests and the
army were resentful of
the loss or their gods and
control. The citizens were
enraged, and there was


SMore of Everythng


magrical program the entire
family will enjoy.
Our book discussion
group has started. The
group decided to read a
selection of different gemre.
The next book is a mystery
by Charlene Harris. The
group will meet here at the
library at 1 p~m on May 10
For more information con-

acO~urOnlnale Bok Club
statistics have increased.
Last month the number
of times club members
accessed the account was
19,060. This month's to-
tal number of individual
members was 953. It is easy
to join our Online Book
club. The service is free
and you don't even need
a library card. Just go to
Our library Web page and
click on "On Line Book
Club." Type in your e-
mail address and choose
your favorite from the
wide variety of genre to
include fiction, nonfiction,
romance, business, teen or
mystery books. These easy
steps will start your weekly
e-mails. You will be sent a


Jean Lewis
Library Director

PROGRAMS
Children's Lap Sit pro-
~am will begirt at
10:15 a.m. on Tuesday.
Children under the age of
3 are invited to join us for
stories, songs, and finger-
plays. Come enjoy stories
about "Mothers," read by
Ms ea at 10:15 a.m.
we offer Story Tune for
children 3 years old and
older. The theme for this
program is "I Love You,
mom.
Teens mark your calen-
dar for "Teen Takeover" on
Friday from 4:30 to 6 p.m.
Library card with Internet
permission is r-equired.
Don't miss this fum after-
noon at the library. We will
have an origaami craft as
well as access to the Inter-
net for your enjoyment.
At 7 p.m. on May 20 jom
us for Family Library Time
and a magic show pre-
sented by Magaician Beau
Broomall. Don't miss this


The Crestview library's Story Time class took a
field trip to the Hub City Environmental Center on
April 23. From left are Heather Nitzel (Youth
Services Librarian), Noah Howard (5), Maili Odom
(3), Kira O'Connor (3), Carli Hartman (3), Jack Davies
(3), Lsua Erk ( ), Mikea Brand (4) Aidan Barret (4),
(mom), Mr. McMahon (tour guide) and
Terry Jernigan (behind the wheel).


ing the word about what a
great library we have.
The AARP tax helpers
e-filed 870 federal returns
for 2007, plus 89 stimulus
packages by hand/paper,
for a total of 959 returns
for 2007. They also did 31
out-of-state returns. This
was an increase of about 50
percent over last year.
Also, we can't forget
Our weekly volunteers
who come in to help with
the ph-one, shelving, clean-
"ing shelves, story time,
programs and many other
tasks.


few chapters from a book
each week to allow you to
decide if you would like to
read the complete book.

VOLUNTEER WEEK
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2008


Ann Spann
Crestview News Bulletin

Crestview Assistant
Police Chief Marvin
Bass Jr. retired last week
after a 39-year career in
law enforcement.
Bass was first hired
at the Crestview Police
Department in 1969 and
spent most of his career
there. He also worked
seven years with the
Okaloosa. and Gulf
County sheriff's depart-
ments. He worked for a
total of eight chiefs and
three sheriffs during his
Career.
Bass said he plans to
continue to oper~t-e his
lati-n CgAr hisitiess and
enjoy hluentlng and fish~-
Ing.
"I'll do whatever my
wife tells me to around
the house," he added.


II,


everyone. She and Jim taught
Sunday School at First Baptist
Church of Crestview for 18
years, where they have been
members for over 20 years. Her
life was her testimony and as
mighty as her words were, her
actions spoke louder.
Brenda is survived by her
husband of over 40 years, James
Robert Bush; her three sons Mi-
chaiel and wife Jamie Bush, Rob- -
ert Bush and Matthew and wife
Melanie Bush; three grand-
daughters, Loren, Jaelynn, and
Madison; her mother, Frances
Elliott; three brothers, James,
Ron, and Steve; her faithful
companion, Sir Benjamin; and
numerous aunts, uncles, cous-
ins and extended family and
friends. In lieu of flowers, Mr.
Bush requests you send dona-
tions to the American Cancer
Society in honor of Brenda
Bush.
Brenda has gone home to be
with her Lord and Savior and
would want everyone to RE
JOICE.

-David L. Weeks
Dec. 17, 1946 April 25, 2008

After a year-long battle with
ca~ncr,1 avid frnl 1 o 1 s

hmed with h
wife and best
f ed, Barb -
ra ,Ty his sida-
David was
formerly from
Michigan,edbut
Flori si sin e
1987. .
David was a DadL.
proud veteran Wes
who spent two
tor of duty i
Viunaom as boatswain's mate
for the United States Navy. He
defended his country and fel-
low seamen with courage and
honor.
David spent over 10 years
as a supervisor for the City
of Tampa Water and Se~er
Department, and in 2000, he
retired and moved his wife,
Barbara, back tci her grassroots
in Blackman. Together they
worked hard and made a beau-
tiful retirement homeplace.
Prior to his tragic illness, Da-
vid worked for Devin Jones and
Northwest Florida Land Clear-
ing. Devin said David was a
very strong man and that noth-


ing worried him as no work was
too hard or too dirty or long for
h~im to handle. He was one of
the best heavy equipment op-
erators around and there was
absolutely nothing he could not
do. David worked hard to take
care of his wife and his home.
He loved his grandchildren and
loved to take them riding on
the four-wheeler to the pond
to feed the fish and also to help
clean the yards.
David is survived by his
loving wife of 15 years, Barbara
(Harrelson) Weeks; his mother,
Ann Graham from Michigan;
his brother, Richard Weeks, also
from Michigan; two half-sisters;
stepson, Devin and Lisa Jones
and grandchildren Layne and
Aidan; stepson, Daniel Jones;
daughters, Tiffany and husband
Tom Erickson and grandchil-
dren Jonathon and Logan; Fe-
licia and husband Wade Fairey;
son, Tony and wife Sabrina~ and
grandchildren Chris and Nick;
sisters-in-law, Molly and h~us~
band Roger Hughes, Jackie and
husband Roy Ogles ,5 Rose
Miller, Erma Jean Wilson, Becky
and husband Amos Shipp;
aunts, Jean Fugate, and Alice
and husband George Moore;
spe ial cousins,d Ed anddwf

ieve dbge yai es asi sur-
nephews.
A very special thanks to Becky
Shipp, Molly Hughes and Jackie
Oglesby for their love, help and
compassion during David's ill-
nes so s eia sth nk to Cov
enant Hospice of Crestview and
the staff for~ the care David re-
ceived during his last weeks. A
very special thank you to Jenni-
fer Taylor, who so compassion-
ately helped Barbara be with
David until his last breath.
In lieu of flowers, the fam-
ily requests that donations be
. made to Covenant Hospice of
Crestview or the American1 Can-
cer Society in David's name.
A special thank you goes to
Brackney Funeral Service in Crest-
view for help in preparing and
handling David's arrangements.
A memorial service for David
is planned from 2 to 4 p.m. on
May 18 at their home address,
7800 Hwy. 198 N. in Blackman.
All family and friends are in-
vited to attend.
*Brackney Funeral Service,
Crestview, is in charge of ar-
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Assistant Police Chief Ml~arvin Bass Jr. speaks with Arthur
and Everett Helms during his retirement luncheon. Both
men a~re retired law enforcement officers and former
colleagues of Bass.
Assistant Police
Chief Marvin
Bass Jr. received
a framed set
of department
.. badges from
-fellow officersdrn i

. retirement
luncheon on
Friday.


was active in the Big Red
Machine and was the
band president his senior
year.
He plans to continue
his education at the
E.W. Scripps School
of Journalism at 'Ohio
University this fall and
has accepted a position
as a graduate assistant.
Hleis .the son of
Randy and Sue Bundy of
Crestview and grandson
of Gigi Allen and city
council member Bob
Allen.


Robert Dean Bundy
graduated from Florida
State University on April
25 duringcommencement
exercises conducted at
the Leon County Civic
Center. .
He graduated
with dual ma ors in
philosophy and English
literature and will
graduate with honors. At
a separate ceremony on
April 16, FSU President
T.K. Wetherell presented
Bundy with an Honors
Medallion in recognition


of his
successful
completion
*9' Iof the
,IHonors
Pro gram
at Florida
State .
Robert DeanAcodn
Bundy
to President
Wetherell,
only 212 Inembers of this
year's class earned the
Honor Medallion.
Bundy graduated
from Crestview High
School in 2005, where he


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Br nda Olivia
Elliott Bush
Februaryn 3, 19419 -April 23, 2008

After a gallant battle with
cancer, Brenda Olivia Elliott
Busht p eedstaway Wednes a
night tWs lrd Hop t
in Pensacola. Her family was
by her side, and she went home
while resting peacefully.
Brenda was born in Andalu-
sia, Ala., and grew up in Brew-
ton, Ala., where she graduated
drm Tri lViller. BrendaB met '
who attended W.S. Neal. The
two have been married for over
40 years and have three sons
and three granddaughters.
seFidghly patri tit Mrs B s
over 20 years, including taking
care of young children while
herV hbaand srved three t ur
he father ad fath rI -a
serrved ineWo ld War leran he
three sons served in the U.S.
Army contributed to her love
for the military. The Air Force
led the family to homes all over
the United States and in Ger-
many before finally settling in
Crened 's cla9 g nature soon
led her intoncita eoiis fhte

Crestview City Council since
1993. She was recently elected
president of the Council and
has been the vice president on
previous occasions. She also
tred ob ysecretary/tO au er
County League of Cities, was
chosen as state delegate and
state lobbyist of the Northwest
Florida League of Cities, City
representative to the Okaloosa-
Walton Transportation Planning
Organization, City representa-
tive to the Okaloosa County
Economic Development Coun-
cil (EDC) and chosen to serve
on the EDC's Policy Board and
the Sites and Buildings Task
Force Board.
Her commitment and com-
passion for Crestview's citizens
has been instrumental in the
city's progress over the years.
Brenda lobbied extensively in
Tallahassee for Crestview's citi-
zens and worked faithfully to
the very end. .
Brenda was a devout Chris-
tian and loved the Lord Jesus
with all her heart. She never
met a stranger and cared for


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I packed three indispens
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dent backpack and railpass
trip around Europe: .
*My camera and loads
of film (today it's extra SD
cards instead of film),
*My bundle of travelers
checks (today it's my ATM
card, validated for overseas
use), and
*My copy of Let's Go:
Europe (today it's still my
favorite travel resource).
Every year for almost 50
years, a small army of Har-
vard students has fanned
out across Europe to update
one of the world's best and
most respected travel guide
series.
From its, modest be-
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mimeographed handout `
to today's family of mor~e
than four dozeri national,
regional, city and map
guides, the Let's Go books
are revered and respected
for their candor and ac-
curacy.
At their heart is
the 1,000-plus-pae r
reference book that E
once was a popular
object of seizure b! ~ I
authoritarian gor-
ernment border
guards due to
admunlichng
fan ness.Lt G :
Europe remains
invaluable when-
ever I plan my European
travels, although now I
usually copy and pack'
just the pages that I need,
leaving the weighty tom
itself behind.
Each page is a treasury
of information. Entries
include history and in-
sight into each country's


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Fodor's guides:
Fo~r mol~re than;0T EarS, the
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Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
You can't miss K~elner Dom, Cologne's impressive cathedral (Germany's largest). It's
right outside the main train station. But what if you wanted to splash on a little Eau
de Cologne, especially for free? Trust your guidebook to lead you to the 4711 Eau de
Cologne boutique and its lobby fountain of the scented water. It's only a 15-minute walk


from the cathedral.
Consider the sort of
travel you wish to do.
Are you a pienics-in-the-
sqluare, backpack-on-'
your-back, hostels-on-the-
cheap adventurer?
Or perhaps you're an
out-of-the-tvay-caf4, duf-
fle-bag-on-your-shoulder,
mom-n-pop-pensione sort
-of traveler. Or a nice-sit-
down-restaurant, match-
ing-Gucci-luggage, classy-
hotel vacationer.
No matter how you
travel, take time well in
advance of your trip to
settle yourself in the "for-
eign travel" section of a
good bookshop. Choose
a stop on your itinerary,
then compare how differ-
ent guidebooks describe it
and how they recommend
you experience it.
Guidebooks, you'll
discover, are a bit pricy.


cultxu. National and city
entries include where to
find tourist services, accom-
modations, food and high-
lights worth exploring.
`"""---Let's Go also
'r---;-- pub'lihes
OO, handy, pock-
S et-sized city
Smap guides
that generally
SInclude public
transport maps
Sas well as easy-
tol-read street
m PS.
10uch as I love
and highly recom-
mend Let's Go, "the bible
of the budget traveler"
may not be the right
guidebook for you and
the way you plan to ex-
plore Europe.
Fortunately, there are
plenty more guidebook
series to choose from.


Though "budget priced"
at $15.99 for the 2008 edi-
tion, Let's Go: Eurvope still
ain't cheap. Buy a copy of
last year's guide. A "used
or new" 2007 Let's Go is
just $3.24 on Amazon.com.
But, you exclaim, isn't
everything outdated? Yes,
details such as fares, ad_
mission prices and open-
ing hours may be. But
then, parts of the most
current guidebooks are
outdated the minute they
roll off the press.
SWhat rarely change,
unless a catastrophe oc-
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of the sites, landmarks
and cultures you want to
experience. Some things
you'll want to explore
haven't changed in hun-
dreds of years.
So shop the Edward
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remainder books (www.
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Amazon.com, noting
those "used and new"
link's. Poke through the
travel guides at outlet
mall bookstores.
When planning your


trip, use guidebooks as
general guides, and then
hop on the Internet to get
current visitors' details.
However you plan
to see Europe (and even


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pOnued of the bewst feaures W won't be printing a Hook &~ Trigger, was not necessarily some
prodced n te Nes Bu- thing the public needed to
letin office is the monthly buat we 'llpublish anything you would haUIe know.
Hook & Trigger Trophy .. What to do?
Gallery. wanted to see zin~ th5e Hook &~ Trzigger in I tried to find, a happy
The Trophy Gallery tl98 regulr edition :of the Crestriew NVews medium.
features photos of local It didn't seem fair to an-
sportsmen and sports- Blegfgfg nounce the weapon prohi-
women with their catch bition without giving any
and game. reason at all. Otherwise,
Starting May 10, we'll Hook & Trigger, but we'll Brian Mitchell was pro- the rumor mill might re-:
be moving the Trophy publish anything you hibited from carrying a ally spin in an inaccurate
Gallery and other news of would have wanted to see weapon after an incident direction.
interest to local outdoors in the Hook & Trigger in April 16. So, we made mention C
enthusiasts to the regular the regular edition of th~e Our unscientific poll of the April 16 incident
Crestview News Bulletin Crestiriew News Bulletin. On the crestviewbulletin. inqetin asdo
print edition. Ypu can still send all com Web site indicates a MitchUells iown, aonves-
We look forward to of your Trophy Gallery lot readers didn't want to tinihteNohws:
sharing the Trophy Gal- photos and all of your know.FlrdDayNws
lery and other fishing and ,fishing and hunting news In my judgment, the
hunting news in th-e Crest- and photos to outdoors@ chief not being allowed to Srnea tsudi
view News Bulletin as we crestviewbulletin.com, or carry a weapon could havesemsoedclueo
retool the Hook & Trigger bring your photos and/or an effect on his ability to the incident in question c
to better serve the commu- information to our office at serve the public. It was was the fairest way to ex:.
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Guest Editorial: Old Spanish Trail Festival

l00ks for uniform insurance policy =


Local Newspaper History by Ann Spann


A6


The OSTF.society will
-provide insurance for
"OUR" festival at a cost
of $1,100, money that we
certainly do not have. And
yes, I say "OU~R" festival,:
because the city officials o
Crestview are doing very:
little to ensure that we have~
a successful festival this
year. I would like to say ~
that the Public Works and;-
Parks & Recreation depar~
ments are providing their
services, and it is being
well received and accepted
by the society. Without `
their involvement, our task
would be a lot more diffi-j
cult. We have made numed-
ous changes to our agenda:
in aneffort to revive, or i:
should I say resuscitate, tk
festival. Had the city gongi
ahead with the recommerf-
dations of the OSTF sociep,
Dacom Security and lead -:'
ers from city departmentS:
and approved beer sales
and consumption, this :2
year's festival would have-
been two days; one day :
dedicated to local talent :
and events and one day forf
"big name" entertainment.

W. R. "Mac" MacKendree
OSTF, Pr~esident i


Old Spanish Trail Festi-
vral Society/ Presid~ent "Mac"
MancKenzdree sent the follow-
ing letter to Crestview May/or
David Cadle followTing the
Crestview City Coulncil mzeet-
ilig on April 14. Thlefidl diz-
logu'e is online at http//wwwv.
woolcom.net/ostf

Mr. Cadle,

I attended the city council
meeting on April l4 in hopes
of hearing some discussion
on insurance and the city's
plans on how it was going
to assist small organizations
such as ours, the Old Span-
ish Trail Festival (OSTF)
Society. To my surprise this
was not discussed, but an-
other mhitter brought atten-
tion the "Parade of Cars"
for the May Day festival.
The OSTF submitted a
request to your office for
a permit to have a parade.
This request was returned
because we don't have in-
$lurance. Your policy, I am
told, is that organized events
must have insurance and a
permit.
I would like to provide
you with some various defi-
nitions of the terms "orga-
nize", "event" and "parade"


from Princeton University
and the Merriam-Webster
dictionary: .
* "organize" form:
.create (as an entity); cause
to be structured or ordered
or operating according to
some principle or idea; mas-
termind: plan and direct (a
complex undertaking); bring
order and organization to;
arrange by systematic plan-
ning and united effort-
event" something
that happens at a given place
and time; a special set of cir-
.cumstances; a phenomenon
located at a single point in
space-time;
*"parade" a ceremo-
nial procession including
people marching; an extend-
ed (often showy) succession
of persons or things; walk
ostentatiously;
Dui~ing (the April l4)
meeting, agenda item 5.(b)
Parade of Cars, was pre-
sented by our Police Chief.
It seems that a route has
been formed, created, and
planned for this "parade",
yet it is not organized, it's
just going to "happen" at a
given place, and it will be a
showy succession of persons
or things (cars).
It would seem that this


unorganized, non-event, .
non-parade meets most of
the criteria for the defini-
tions of organize, event
and parade. Therefore, this
organized, planned event, a
parade, must have a permit
and insurance by your own
policy.
When sir, do you plan
on requesting that someone .
from this organized and
planned event request a per-
mit and provide insurance.
Who, sir, will be responsible
when someone gets injured
from a thrown "projectile"
(candy, beads, beer bottle) ,
fr~om one of the vehicles that
is participating in this orga-
nized event; that, I may add,
is being controlled and mon
itored by our city police de-
partment, just as any other
event in our city. Maybe we
should just cancel the OSTF
and then just let it "hap-
pen"; then we could have
Our unorganized, non-event
without being permitted
and consume alcoholic bev-
erage~s on city property and,
most importantly, "parade"
our vehicles down Industri-
al Boulevard. Of course we
will ask the Crestview Police
Department for assistance in
planning the route. .


tiom. There will be enter-
tainment for everyone,
including ball games, coS
testsi, prizes and plenty gi
fun. Swimming pool and;
picnic grounds furnished,
bring your baskets. Spe-:
cial invitation is extendeS
to members of the Ameri$
can Legion and` their fanrrli
lies and friends."


graduates with 28 seniors,
Crestview graduates 13
seniors and 7 at Laurel
Hill."
*"Bob Martin's new
development just west
of Crestview, Mar-Camp
Tavern, Filling Station and
Tourist Camp will open
with a rousing, all-day
get-together and celebra-


This Month in local
history:

From April 1935
*"A $33,000 contract
to pave a four-mile stretch
on Highway No. 41 from
Baker, north was awarded
to Coastal Roads Corpo-
ration of Miami. Work of
clearing the right-of-way


is in progress. The state
road department is now
working to complete the
paying of Highway 41 to
the state line."
Graduation exer-
cised in Okaloosa County
High Schools to mark the
final episode of the 1934-
35 scholastic year. Baker
tops the list in number of


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What are NODs?

NODs are "'North~ Okaloosa Deeds."
Evlery other week w~e 11 recognize pe~-
ple and organizations w\ho performed
"Good North Okaloosa Deeds. People
wvho perform Good NODs w~ill receive
a certificate from the Crestriew\ New~s
Bulletin. WYe'll also shake our collective
heads at some "Bad North Okaloosa
Deeds.

Good NODS
*A Good NOD to, Laurel Hill Cit\
Council member Gary Collins worth
for his support of education in the c~it.
According to Laurel Hill Cit!- Manager
Tim~ Boldue, Coinsw\orth donated a
large portion of his stipend or serving
on the council to the City of Laurel Hill
Scholarship fund.
*A Good NOD to retired forester
John M~c~Iahon for advocating en\-i-
ronmental awareness. The John Alchla-
hon Environmental Education Center
hosted the city's first Arbor Day and
Earth Day celebration on April 241. Ai-
Alahon also served as the guide for a
library field trip on April 23.
Ogl bGoo d\OD to coach D k ad
field team for w~inning program's first
district title ibas recnem rmo- Thle Ga-

100 athletes since Oglesby took ov~er
the program in 2006. The athletes' ef-
for ts paid off w~ith the v~ictory at the
District 1-1A meet on April 9.
*A Good NOD to director Jeff
Welsh and the Crest view High School
Winter Guard for its success in na _
tional competition. The wYinter guard
placed eighth in the Scholastic A di-
vision at a national eve~nt in Dayton.
Ohio. Alany of the girls on the squad
are ninth-graders. making the accom-
plishmnent even more impressive.

Bad NOD
Ve shake our heads at the FH-
SAA for not Anding a better solution
to the dilemma over the District 1-;A
baseball tournament draw. The two
most accomplished teams in the d ra w
Niceville and Crest viewv met in
the semifinals because Nicev-ille foricits
dropped the Eagles to a worse seed. If
only one team advanced from district
play, w~e wouldn't be c~rymig "foul." To
be the best, yoiu have to beat the best.
Since tw\o teams advance, the FHSAA.~
should have found a way to make sulre
the tw~o most accomplished teams in
the draw~ had the best chance to mo'e
on.


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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2008


Special to the News Bulletin

Walker Elementary School
held its annual science fair last
week. According to event co-
Ordinators, participation was
higher than in recent years,
Many attribute the increased
enthusiasm to the- "Hands on
Science" lab, new to the school
this year.
"I learned that lots of things
at school had germs on them,"
said Grace Melton, one of the
winners from Kelli Sanders'
first-grade class. She did her
project on bacteria.
Another winner, Jordyn
Andrews, also learned about
germs. Her fifth-grade group
from Erica Keefe's class tested
different brands of anti-bacteri-
al hand soaps to find out which
one was best.
"I learned that some soaps
work better than others," Jor-
dyn said. "I had never really
thought about that before!"
Not all of the students did
projects about germs and bacte~
ria. Pace Raybon, a fourth-grade
student from Julie Brethauer's
class, did an experiment in ge-
netics. He tested whether cou-
ples were more likely to have a
boy child or a girl child.


"I learned that you have a
50-50 chance of having a boy or
a girl," Pace said.
Pace used pennies to repre-
sent children.
"I let heads stand' for boys
and tails stand for girls," he
said. "This was my first year
being a winner in the indi-
vidual category, and it was the
bomb!"
One of the event coordina-
tors was Alicia Humphrey, a
first-grade teacher.
Humphrey said, "It was tru-
ly a pleastire to witness the in-
quisitive and creative pleasure
so many students exhibited
through their projects this year.
The more children experience
the scientific process, the better
prepared they will be to carry
it out and apply it in the upper
grades."

Walker Science Fair
Winners
Kindergarden individual winners:
Titrar.l Basch (first place), Oliver Klem
secondd place), Arianna Aplin (third
place). .
First-grade individual winners:
Jack Corbin (first place), Sierra White
(second place), Grace Melton (third
place).
First-grade group winners (first
place): Isabel Surero, Yaylen Maltais,


Adejah Scott, Ariel Riodgers, A~siyana
Ambrose. Not pictulred: Erin Trost,
Mariah Leach.
First-grade group winners (second
place): Tevin Fredrick, Kylea Beard,
Tanner Granthamn, Abigail Ard.
First-grade group winners (third
place): Brandy Sanders, Chance Deese,
Becca Simms and Rececca Ball (third
place)
Second-grade individual winners:
Jodie Meeks (first place), Kara Green
(second place), Gunner Curcio (third
place), Courtney Williams (honorable
ment -grade individual winners:
Cameron Wakeland (first place), Ethan
Mitchell (second place), Corah-Lee
Bolton (third place).
Third-grade group winners (first
place): Maddie Luke and Madison
Holloway.
Third-grade group winners (sec-
and place): Zantder Fowler, Lane Al-
for Dylan Blankenship and Cameron
Fourth -grade individual winners:
Tanner williams (first place), Pace Ray-
bon (second place), Serena Medlock
(third place)
Fifth-grade individual winners: DJ
stewart (first place), Cole Glay (second
place), Haley Williamson (third place).
Fifth-grade group winners (first
place): Chapman Tew and Mat-thew
Samoulis.
Fifth-grade group winners (sec-
ond place): Nathan Shaw and Macey
Adams.
Fifth-grade group winners (third
place): Paige Miller, Helen Carr, Anis-
sa Thompson, Jordyn Andrews, Korya
Bradshaw, Adam White, J.T. Theison
and Cosby Bumet.


Photos Special to the News. Bulletin
Kindergarden individual winners:
Tiffany Basch (first place), Oliver
Klem (second place), Arianna Aplin
(third lacee. .


Third-grade individual winners:
Camneron Wakeland (first place),
Ethan Mitchell (second place).
Not pictured: Corah-Lee Boltonr
(third place).


First-grade individual winnerS:
Jack Corbin (first place), Sierra
'White (second place), Grace
Melton (third place).


Fourth-grade individual winnerE~
Tanner Williams (first place),
Pace Raybon (second place),;
Serena Medlock (third place).:

,ip~t~3L.


tiecona-grace Inalviaual winners:
Courtney Williams (honorable
mention), Kara Green (second
place), Gunner Curcio (third place).
Not Pictured: Jodie Meeks (first
place).


-Inu-graue Inarvraual winners:
DJ Stewart (first place), Cole
Clay (second place), Haley
Williamson (third place).


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The World Harmony U.S. Highway 90
r Run, a global torch relay a.m. All are invit
promoting international ticipate by cheeri:
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runners average 10 min-
utes per mile with stops for
water as needed.
In all, an international
team of runners will carry
the torch 10,000 miles in
four months in a colntinu-
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states, starting and finish-
ing in New York City. An
estimated 500,000 runners
are expected to participate
in the United States.


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ing, will come to Crestview
on Friday as part of a jour-
ney through all 50 states,
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view, students from South-
side Elementary will greet
the international World
Harmony Run Team wCith
Singing, poetry and art-
work for peace and friend-
ship. The children will also
hold the World Harmony
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Photos by Ann Spann / Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview's D.D. Johnson carries -the ball against Choctaw last year. Johnson was one of many yoting players on the
CHS roster last season.



Dawgs ready to line up for spring drills


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Cameron Domangue had a great year in 2007 as
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Baseball
Class 1A region semifinals.
teams, TBA, Friday at 7 p.m.

Middle school
baseball
Richbourg at Bruner;today at
3 p.m.
Davidson at Destin, today at
3 p.m.

Middle school
SOftball
Richjbourg at Bruner, today at
3 p.rr.
Davidson at Destin, today at
3 p.m.

Middle school
tennis
Richbourg at Davidson,
Thursday at 3 p.m.

Middle school
golf
Richbourg at Davidson,
Thursday at 3 p.m.

May Day Golf
Tournament
Carver H-ill Memorial
and Historical Society '
Inc., is sponsoring its
annualmMay Day Golf


MEr ry fee for the
tournament is $45 per
person in the four-man
Florida lowball format and
includes lunch.
Hole sponsors and
door prizes are still
needed
For more information
call 682-79004 or
862-7904 '

DMS Cheerleaders
Golf Tournament
The Davidson Middle
School Cheerleaders'
golf event is May 31
at 8 a.m. at Foxwood .
Country Club. Format is
four-person scramble.
Entry fee is $40 dollars
for members ahd $50 for
non-members,
Fee includes: cart, green
fee, food, T-shirt an~d lots
of door pr tactSchre

Hritz at 974-2533 for
details. Deadline is
May 16.

BAYA IActivities
Baseball/Softball sign-
ups for the area youth
ages 13-18 is currently
being held at BAYA
until April 30. You can
sign up online at WWW.
eteamzeatctiveecorn/baka

Monday-Friday from
5 to 8 p.m. For more
.information call BAYA at
537-4549.
Baker Area Youth
Association's Annual Fun
Day will be held on May
3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The event will include
games, prizes, raffles,
food, raging river water
ride, rock climb and
much more. For more
5nformat on call BAYA at


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Sixth annual Swing for
the Y Golf Tournament
May 9, 1 p.m. at Adara
Golf Course,
For more information
on all these activities,
please contact (850)
689-2999/ Fax (850)
689-8798 or by e-mail at
noymca@ecymca.org.


TRACK AND FIELD
FHSAA State Finals
Cameron Cook finished sev-
enth in the discus competition
to lead Baker competitors at the
FHSAA Class 1A state meet this
past weekend at Winter Park.
Cook had a toss of 127-8 to
score two points for the Gators.
Russell Scott finished 10th in
the 800. John Scott was 14th in the
400. Ivory Smith was14th in the
300 hurdles.
Baker's boys 3200 relay team
finished 10 h. Chad Lawhon, John
Scott, Sam Langley and Russell
Scott ran for the Gators.
The Baker girls 3200 relay
team was 16th. COurtney Gilmore,
Brittany Farris, Kali Flanders and
Haley Wagner ran for the Gators.

LOCAL DARTS
Crestview Dart League
First Division
Hit Men 90
Armegeddon 78
Jaguars 56
Dysfunctional Dogs 46
Weekly High In
John Montford T20
Ellen Hashek 34

Weekly High Out
Ken Bundrick 74
Marie Bundrick 48

Joh Montford T60
Marie Bundrick 91

Season High Out
SRon Meyer T13
Ellen Hashek T26

Men's MVP Points &

Tonn Meyers, 201, 46; Steve Hinrichs,
170, 34; John Montford, 167, 29; Ray
Knudson, 165, 33; D.J. Parker, 144, 29;
Mark Benoit, 136, 21; Wayne Matlock,
133, 22; Ken Bundrick, 128, 29; Adam
Kelley, 114, 29; Bobby Gainey, 111, 14;
Brooks Taylor, 86, 12; Bob Brich, 77, 16;
Bob Duboise, 84, 16; John Hashek, 78,
12; Doug Cooper, 73, 10; Mike Miller, 46,
7; AndyB xtr, 11, 3.
Women's MVP Points &
Tons
Ellen Heishek, 130, 13; Marie
Bundrick, '50, 5.
Second Division
Scorpions 70
Who Darted 64.5
Point of Punishment 59
Stars &Stripes 57
D t Mind~s 37.
'AL Riders 30 .-:

Weekly High in
Jon B ris t263
Lydi Bnoit
Weekly High Out
Bill Brumbaugh 84
Jenny Montford 60
Season High in
Kevin Fitzgerald T54
Jenny Montford 92
Season High Out
Juy i zer d6 92
Men's MVP Points &
Tons
Rich Wesche, 160, 27; Kevin
Fitgerad d1 3;Ohn Painoane n42,
Burris, 130, 15; Jason Smith, 111,
15; Devin Fitzgerald, 110, 20; Bill
Brdmbaugh, 108, 14; Rodney

Zimmerman, 77, 11; Darryl Brooks, 76,
11; Russel Carroll, 73, 10; Johnaton
Haggard, 62, 16; Lee Sterman, 57,
2; Galy Easterwood, 58, 9; Aaron
Zimmerman, 49, 7; Dan Cowan, 48, 7;
ri T n Hndall s4 7 a nol Ja on,
31, 6; Ted Glover, 28, 3; Rodney
Lno ste 11,b2; Bill Becktnell, 8, 1;

Women's MVP Points &
Tons
Judy Fitzgerald, 122, 12; Jenny
Montford, 74, 16; Lydia Benoit, 73, 12;
Kristina Carroll, 71, 8: Ann Olszewski,
51, 2; Misty Forsythe, 39, 1; Nicole
ncksns a er, 3;Ba Speencel et, 2
2, O.

SpeeHiaHnrch eTS0, 28 Feb.;
D.J. Parkter, 80, 06 Mar.; Kenny
Blair; 80, 06 Mar.; Ellen Hashek,
80, 13 Mar.; Ray Knudson, 80.
03 Apr.; Tom Pallone, 80, 17 Apr.;
Ron Meyer, 80, 17 Apr.
Announcements
Div. 1 High Ton Ken Bundrick
T40; Marie Bundrick, T. Div. 2
H gh Ton -n Rch Wesche T40,


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Things are looking up
for the Crestview football
team as spring practice
opens Thursday.
Spring drills end Maay
30 when the Bulldogs tray-
el to Niceville for a spring
game.
The Bulldogs, who are
tryn to shake off a 3-6
season and a third-place
finish in District 2-4A,
have good reason to be
optimistic.
Senior Jason Parker
solidified himself as the
starting quarterback with
strong performance
down the stretch last sea-
son. He'll be joined by a
host of talented skill play-
ers on offense.
Defensively the Dawgs
will field a typical Matt
Brunson unit maybe a
little small, but with speed
to burn.
The: only question
marks are on the interior
lines.
"I think up front on both
the offensive lines and de-
fensive lines we have to
get better," said Brunson,
who is preparing for his
eighth year as Crestvie~w's
coach. "We have to devel-
op a little depth at those
positions.
"We've got some skill


guys that are returning.
We just have to get better
in the trenches, with the
big loss being Matt Sand-
ers.
Replacing the 6-foot-5,
295-pound Sanders, whO
was first-team all-state and
will be playing at Clemson
in the fall, is a lot to ask of
One player. .
Brunson knows playerS
like Sanders don't come
around very often so he'll
take a team approach to
filling the void.
"Our main goal is to get
a group of guys that rally
f'ogether that play to-
gether and believe in each
other," Brunson said. "We
are looking for that chem-
istry that you really can't
put your finger on about
how, to develop it, but if
happens in groups lik~e
this,
"In 2002;~ whe~n the Bull-
dogs w~ere~ -tate- runners
up)' we didn't have any
great Division Iguys. They
were a great team and
played together well."
The line might need
the spring to develop' the
chemistry, but Brunson
is very comfortable with
Parker under center.
"It's a great luxury (hav-
ing experience at quarter-
back)," he said. "Parker

See DAWGS B3


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

BAKER Bob Kel-
logg is all smiles as he
gets ready to start his
fourth spring practice as
the Baker football coach.
Kellogg watched
his once-young team
struggle through some
growing :pains. NJow
he believes the- Gators
.are ready to make some
noise in District 1-2B.
S"It seems like yester-
day that I started here,"
Kellogg said. ~"What's
unique this year is the


group I started with as
ninth-graders four years
ago are seniors this year,
and they are kind of the
heart of our team. Hope-
fully we are going to see
the payoff.
"We started: some of
these kids as ninth grad-
ers Billy Whatmough,
Kellan Meeks and some
of the others. They started
as ninth-graders and got
beat up, but now they are
bigger and stronger and
faster and have a good
knowledge of the game.

See GATORS B3


hole (in batting order)
and bring off the bench
for defensive purposes. If
she can lay the ball down
with the bunt in the small
ball kind of thing she can
come in and start imme-
diately. "
With her senior season
in high school behind her,
Balcerak is already think-
ing about next year.
"I'~m excited, and I'm
ready to play," she said.
"I'm pretty quick, and I'm
good in the outfield, so I
think I can help them."
Having a senior center
fielder of Balcerak's ab~ili-
ty was a blessing for first
year CHS coach Bruce
Hubbs.
"Kelly has just been a
solid outfielder for us,"
he said. "We looked at
her stats the other day,


Randy' Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

Kelly Balcerak took the
first step in her next soft-
ball journey Friday when
she signed a letter of in-
tent to play for Lurleen B.
Wallace Community Col-
lege in Andalusia, Ala.
The former Bulldog
center fielder caught the
attention of Wallace coach
Tommy McDaniel during
a tryout.
"Kelly has some speed
and a nice arm," McDan-
iel said. "We are having
to replace two outfield-
ers, so we are bringing in
a lot of outfielders.
"I can see her in a start-
ing role next year. If it's
not in a starting role we
will use her in a place to
bunt, two-hole or seven-


Ann spann / c~restview Ivews tbuleanr
Kelly Balcerak is surrounded by family and coaches
as she signs to play softball at Lurleen B. Wallace
Community College-


and as far as we can tell,
she only made one error
the entire year.
"IMy son, Rob, has
coached the outfield, and
they have really been out-
standing. Th-at's been one
of the strengths of our


team this year, and Kelly
has been the cornerstone
being the center fielder."
Balcerak has been
more than a center fielder
for the team.
Batting in the two spot
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the physical attributes,
he's a character guy with
the academic background
that will allow him to
start college as an aca-
demic sophomore.
Sanders should do wrell
academically as well as
athletically, but' the aca-
demics will assure him of
his future, not his ability
to block some 300-pound
defensive tackle.
I've been with Florida
Freedom Newspapers for
seven football seasons. If
Hall makes an NFL roster,
he'll be the first local kid.
to play pro football since I
arrived in 2001.
In any given year
there will be more than
60 college football play-
ers from Navarre High
east through all the
schools in Okaloosa and
Walton counties. As the


television advertisement
says, "most will go pro
in something other than
sports."
Another spring football
practice starts Thursday.
Hundreds of aspiring foot-
ball players from this area
will taking another step to-
ward what I am sure they
dream of the NFL.
It is nice to dream of
bemng the best, but it's im-
portant to keep the class-
room and the community
foremost in mind.
Athletic ability will
carry you far, but in the
grand scheme of things
academics and character
will take you all the way.

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SIGNS
continued from B1

this year, she often was
asked to move leadoff hit-
ter Autumn Norris up a
base, sacrificing her stats
for the good off the team.
That team-first attitude
is just one of the reasons
Hubbs believes Balcerak
will be successful at the
next level.
"She. has great speed
and she comes to practice
every day with a good at-
titude," Hubbs said. "And
she is teachable.
"I'm just excited for
her that she can go some-
where else and play. She
is going to help the folks
up at Wallace."

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an athlete first stated.
Hall rewrote the
Alabama record book
for receivers, but I didn't
expect him to go in the
first or second round.
I've heard of some of the
problems he's had off the
football field. I read one
scouting report on nfl.
com that said Hall "looks
like Tarzan but plays like
Jane."
Hall wasn't alivays the
easiest player to contact,
even for members of the
press who covered him
since his high school
days. On more than one
occasion he failed to
return one of my calls.
(When I was able to talk
to him after a game or
finally catch up with him
on the phone, he was al-
ways cooperative).
There was a day when


character wasn't as big an
issue in pro sports. Those
days are long gone. Too
many athletes have given
their sport the proverbial
black< eye tvith their per-
formances off the field.
Things like going to
class, dealing with the
media in a timely and
courteous manner and
how a young man is per-
ceived in his college corre-
munity and hometown
go a long way to deciding
where, and sometimes if,
he'll even be drafted.
Hall still has a chance
to do something special
in football. He has~ all the
physical tools required
to play in the NFL if he is
given the opportunity to
prove that he has matured
into a responsible citizen.
If Hall doesn't get a
shot at the NFL, hope-


fully he'll be able to earn
his degree and move on
to life after football. Even
if he does make an NFL
roster, a degree will carry
him much further.in life.
In a couple of rnonths
Crestview's Matt Sand- .
ers will leave for Clem-
son University and his
shot at big-time college
football, Atlantic Coast
Conference-style. Clem-
son doesn't have Ala-
bama's football tradition,
but certainly has turned
out more than its share of
NFL players.
It's impossible to proj-
ect whether Sanders will
develop into an NFI~line-
man in the next four or
five years. On the surface
he has everything t~he
scouts' would look for as
far as size, athletic ability
and strength. On top of


Randy Dickson
Crestview News Bulletin

If you're a football fan
like I am, you probably
spent part of the weekend
w~atch-ing at least part
of the National Football
League draft.
Most fans watch the
draft for one of two rea-
sons. The first is to see
which teams pick the
players from their favor-
ite college. The second
is to see which players
their favorite pro team or
teams draft.
This year I watched
for a third reason I
wanted to see where for-
mer Choctawhatchee and
Alabama receiver DJ Hall
would be drafted. I guess
there is a little something
in all of us that wants to
say we were there when


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The majority of the
spring will be spent get-
ting the right players in
the right spots. A lot of
that willbe decided by the
othe fou ofthe spi
o **'so nely a ma~tremgf
finding out who will hit
and who won't," Kellogg
said. "During the off-
season you can do a lot of
stuff, but you can't hit.
"We want to find out
who's going to hit you
and who are the aggres-
sive ones. That's really
what we go out in the
spring for."
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si."He really has a
godcommand on things,
and as he progresses and
the others around him
pro ress we will see what
haph esa proven group
of seniors and his most
athletic team yet, Kellogg
is looking for that some-
thing extra that separates
average teams from good
teams and good teams
-from great teams.
"The whole thing that
I feel like we are looking
for is how we are going
to come together and the
chemistry of the team,"
he said. "Strength wise we
are competitive I think
we can compete with peo


'The experience and knowvledlge he gained
last year and having the success wve had
in that offense allows uls to budid and bC
a little 7/107 sophisticatedl than we were., "


We are excited because I
feel this upcoming year
gives us the best chance to
be successful."
Without qestion se-
mior quarter ackkCamronen

gest playmakers.
Domangue didn't play
like a first-year quar-
terback last season. He
piled up more than 2,500
yards in total offense and
accounted for 26 touch-
downs.
"The experience and
knowledge he gained last
year and having the suc-
cess we had in that offense
allows us to build and be
a little more sophisticated
than we were," Kellogg


ple. Athletic-wise we are
better than since I've been
here with more people
spread at more positions.
"I believe the intangible
tlungs are going to decide
what happens with this
team."
Most of the athletes
playing offerise also will
be lining up on defense.
Defense is where Kellogg
has most of his concerns.
"We are going to a new


defense and we are going
to be looking at it a lot of
that," he said. "We are go-
ing to a '3-3' some peo-
ple call it a '3-5.'
"We feel we are better
suited for that. We have
a lot of small linebacker
types, but not a lot of big
D-linemen types. We are
going to be looking at
this spring, but we don't
know if we will stay with
it. "


in the hands of the guys
that can make plays,
whether it's handing it
off or throwing it to them,
and that's not a secret,"
Brunson said.
"Defensively we've al-
ways run to the ball well.
We just have to get better
up front." -
Brunson and his staff
will have plenty of time
to develop strength and
depth up front with al-
most a full month of
spring practice the lon-
gest of Brunson's career as


a player or coach.
He'll take a practi-
cal approach to the extra
practices.
"I think you set goals -
daily and weekly and
try to achieve those goals,"
Brunson said. "I think you
can break the offense and
defense down and work
thoroughly because you
have more time.
"Execution is the name
of the game and you get
more reps the more you
practice. This is going to
give us a whole lot more
reps."

How will the Dawgs fare
,thi season? ce Ivi bCu


came in and started the
second half of the year last
year and did a great job.
")JVe are going to build
on the things we got done
last year, and he under-
stands what we are trying
to achieve. He has stepped
in and been a great leader
and I think he has a great
future his senior year as far
being our quarterback."
Parker's biggest job will
be helping the Bulldogs
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2008


pixiesproductioninc .com,
for some time. They need-
ed an inexpensive way
to market this new Web
site. Walking billboards
or t-shirts were developed
with two designs and then
sold on their site. The two
filmmakers sold out right
away and needed addi-
tional billboards.
Quinton Williams
said when no one locally
would help ~them they
picked up the phone ~and
began calling screenprint-
ers out of their own area.
He was surprised by Phil-
lips' willingness to assist
them.
Phillips said she liked
working with young com-
-panies. "Getting them off
the ground and seeing
them soar," she said.
Thus the business part-
nership was formed.
Pixies Production Inc.
were featured recipients
of the Pensacola Interna-


Special to the News Bulletin

Karen Phillips, presi-
dent and owner of So.
Tier INK, a local virtual
promotional products dis-
tributor, recently was hon-
ored by the Vernon Com-
pany of Newton, Iowa.
The Vernon Company
presented a "Bronze" Gal-
axy Award to Phillips and
Pixies Production Inc.,
during its convention in
San Antonio, Texas.
The Vernon Circle of
Stars Galaxy Award is an
annual competition that
recognizes outstanding
use of promotional prod-
ucts -in a client's market-
ing and corporate brand-
ing program.
So. Tier INK is a Vernon
Company Dealer. ~Phillips'
talents in developing and
implementing promotion-
al product programs were
recognized through this
high honor. -


The story began when
Phillips was aypproach-ed
by two budding film en-
trepren~eurs from Navarre
who hoped she would be
willing to work with them
on building their existing
film editing business.
"These young gentle-
men could not get another
company to give them a
break," Phillips said. "I
liked their enthusiasm.
This is what works in any
business. You need to be-
lieve in yourself and what
you are capable of. They
had a vision and I was able
to expand their dream and
make it a reality."
The Williams broth-
ers Quinton, a gradu-
ate of- film school, and
lan, studying film put
together a business plan
that would include their
work and a means to get it
attention.
They had been work-
ing on a Web site, www.


Special to the News Bulletin
So. Tier INK President and owner Karen Phillips with Quinton Williams and lan Williams.


tional Film Festival Win-
ners this past year. They
took their branded walk-
ing billboards to this event
and were able to further
market their product.
So. Tier INK is an
award winning promo-


tional products company
based in Crestview, FL
with clients nationally.
Owner Karen Phillips has
received numerous adver-
tising specialty awards for
her expertise in promo-
tional product planning


and execution. The com-
pany was formed in 1999
in Elmira, N.Y., and relo-
cated to the Gulf Coast in
2005.
Visit the S'o. Tier INVK
Web site www.sotierink.
com.


Brian Hughes .
Crestview News Bulletin

For the sixth year in a
row, the National Trust for
Historic Preservation has
granted the Main Street
Crestview Association ac-
creditation.
As a member of the
2008 National Main Street
Program, Crestview joins
more than 700 other Main
Street programs through-
out the nation. More than
~1,500 comparable com-
munity programs applied
for th b si ntion.di-

trict's economic health
and maintaining that suc-
cess requires broad-based
community involvement
and support, mn addition


to establishing a solid or-
ganization with sound
management that is com-
mitted to long-term suc-,
cess," said Doug Loescher,
director of the National
Trust for Historic Preser-
vation's Main Street Cen-
ter.
The Main Street Crest-
view Association was
evaluated based on a ten-
point performance crite-
rion, according to Bill Kil-
patrick, director of Crest-
view's program.
Criteria ranged fiiom


sional director to tracking
economic progress' and
working towards presery-
ing historic Main Street
buildings.


Emerald Coast
Hospice Offering
Camp Brave Heart
Special to the News
Bulletin

Emerald Coast
Hospice will offer a
camp for children this
summer. Camp Brave
Heart is designed for
children, ages 7-14,
who have experienced
the loss of a loved one.
Regardless of te type
of loss or the reason
for the loss, all chil-
dren are invited to
apply to attend Camp
Brave Heart.
Experiencing a loss
at any age is difficult,
but it is especially
hard on a child. Camp
Brave Heart-is run by
clinical experts who
tunderstantd the h~eal-
ing process and who
genuinely cane about
the children who are
left behind. In addition

:nd atviesh i-

re indoor anpd oudo
activities such as arts
and crafts, boating,
tubing, swimming,
canoeing, field games
and much more.
The camp will be
held at Camp Tim-
po chee. locateddate
for the camp are July
25-28. Transportation
to the camp will be
provided. For in7for-
mation and to receive
an application simply
call Frank Dole, Chap-
lain at 850-689-0300).


Brian Hughes / Crestview News Bulletin
Improvements to Downtown Crestview attributable to the Main Street Crestview Association and the Community
Redevelopment Agency District (CRA) include business awnings, new street pavers, decorative street lamps and street
signs, and streetscape improvements including foliage and benches.


Special to the News Bulletin

CHELCO's 25th annual
Rural Electric Youth Tour
competition ended with
four area high schooljuniors
winning a trip to Washing-
ton, D.C., June 14-19.
Two of the winners -
Caitlin Arzaga and Chad
Engler 'attend Baker
High School.
Twenty students repre-
senting 11 schools in Oka-
loosa, Walton and Holmes
counties vied for the four
winning seats during a
competition held April
15 at CHELCO's Opera-
~tions Center in DeFuniak


Springs. Each student was
interviewed by three judges
for approximately 10 min-
utes each. In addition, each
student was required to
write a paper telling why
he or she should be chosen
as a CHIELCO Youth Tour
representative.
All students traveled to
Tallahassee April 9 and 10
to visit the capital and leg-
islators, attend a Supreme
Court session, and partici-
pate in a Congressional
Insight program. During
the Congressional Insight
program, the students
learn what a freshman
congressman must go


through when first arriv-
ing on Capitol Hill.
Reid Hester and An-
nie Walthall represented
Crestview High School in
Youth Tour. Gary Frey of
Baker represented Rocky
Bayou Christian School.
Curtis McKinion of
Crestview participated in
a separate competition for
the children' of co-op em
ployees. He attends The
Colle iate High School.
Youth Tour is a national
program designed to pro-
vide the opportunity for
outstanding high school
juniors to increase under-
standing of electric coop-


Special to the News Bulletin
,Navin McGinnis of Freeport; Caitlin Arzaga of Baker;
Brianna Bikker of Niceville; and Chad Engler of Baker, are
set to travel to Washington, D.C., in June after winning
CHELCO's 25th annual Youtly Tour program April 15.
eratives, become more fa- elected officials, and. ex-
miliar with the historical pand their knowledge of
and political environment cooperatives as a business
of the nation's capital, visit model.


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Certificate # 1200,, of-
2005 Assessed to: Otis
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Description: Dga d
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Parcel ID#:
20-3N1-23-0670-0000-
00A1 Opening Bid:
$1 376.53

Okaloosa, State Fof ow
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Unless the certificate: is
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lawh the oper ,de-
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of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa county
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day. of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
B:Daniel Luke,
0 puty Clerk



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NOTICE OF APPLICA-
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10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
Mlay l 3, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
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DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk

040 08


Legal # 100342
NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

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that Ethel Dillo as
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name mn which the pro certificate number and
ed r iipi a sels d an pr p rh se' o s su e tha e

Cet ic to # 1629 of description of the prop-
2005 Assessed to: ertfy R"isaollows:
Charles M & Hilda Certificate # 2590 of
Zeitner 2005 Assessed to:
Dec iti n: 5ain Brooks kimldD & Suzanni C
Parcel ID#: Description: Lot 8 Parish
35-1 -24-1 980-0005- Pt
0100 Opening Bid: Parcel ID#: 21-2S"25-
$5,677.31 0000-0002-008
11 f aidp e bin080 OeigBd
in the ou o$6,72
Okaloosa, State df Flor. l fsi property bdin,
ida. in the 'Cou o
.Okaloosa, State ~f lor-
Unless the certificate is idal.
redeemed according to Uls h etfci'i
se bedh inhe oce f~icatee redeemed according to
will be sold to the highest laIw the ror d-
bidder at the ront door sc Ebed dn tho~eth~cifiat
of the Clerk's Office at dil e sodt bh fr 9do
the Okaloosa County bid er at toe font ilor
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10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Ch Irthouse FodAnn~ex,


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OOTNCFEOROF PDPELECDA- legal # 100369
IN THE CIRCUIT~
COUOT I NSDAFOR

tcde of uh 0oi; CCVILO VI, ON CAE
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The DAVID A RUSSELL,
certificate number and Paintif
year of issuance, the
mr s nassed ad the d s


ence Sr & Savannah Tate
Description: 417.5 ft SO
in NW Cor NW1/4 of
SW1/4 6f NW1/4 Ex
part sold
Parcel ID#:
20-3N\-23-0000-0112
-0000 Opening Bid:
$2,343.06
All of said property beina
in the 'Cou o'
Okaloosa, State i Flpr-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
scri~ed in'" th hre cerhficaite
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
DYeputy Clkerk




OLegal # 00355
NOTICE OF APPLICA.
TION FOR TAX DEED

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certificate, has filed said
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereof. The
certificate number and
year of issuance, the
name in which the prop.
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop
erly is as fo lows:
Certificate # 241 8 of
2005 Assessed to: Arthur
F Schneider Jr
Descri tion: Com NE Cor
of SW1/4 S640.4 ft to
POB W 789.16 ft N
275.99 ft E 789.16 ft S
275.99 ft to POB
Parcel ID#:
28-4N-24-0000-r0007-
1 ,786.61pnn 8d
IIo saipd pp~e bbein
Okaloosa, State oiFlor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to
law, the property de-


description of the prop- Shalimar, Florida at Legal # 100348
erty is as follows: 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
Certificate # 1645 of May 13, 2008. NOTICE OF APPLICA-
2004 Assessed to: TION FOR TAX DEED
Charles E Allen Dated this 2nd day of
Description: Bea NW April 2008.
Cor of Cloverdale S/D Notice is hereby aiven
W287ft N25ft for Bea DON W. HOWARD that Saturn 1 LLC, as
N120ft W115ft SElV CLERK OF COUR`TS holder of the following
aog curve 62.2f Bv:Daniel Luke, Deputy certificate, has filed said
Parcel ID:to be issued thereon. The
33-1S-24-0000-0036- 04 0908 certificate number and
0070 Opening Bid: 0 /608 year of issuance, the
$1 959.64 04 08 name in which the prop.
All'of said properh beina 04 08 erty is assessed and the
in the ' Counf 07 description of the prop-
Okaloosa, State of Flor- L I#1036 erty is as follows:
ida. Lgol#104 Certificate # 712 of
NOTIE OFAPPLCA-2005 Assessed to: Tim M
Unless the certificate is Clark
redeemed according to TO FRTADED Descri tion: Com SE Cor
awdh th~e oPer de- ~ of SE /4 N56.99 ft to
scribd inYhe er~fcatePOB N 1271.24 ft W
will be sold to the highest on~lceis tuhe eb Ivenea 1622.68 ft S 803.54 ft
bidder at the front door h auneflo sto N W IVSEly algR
of the Clerk's Office at crifict rha filed w;in 315.6 ft to curve Ey
the Okaloosa County rr~tificte~for TaxDse d alg curve 329.3 ft to
03uthouse lodAnne ( to be issued thereon. The cu~qe 1014.7 ft to POB
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, cetf ica numer ath Parcel ID#:
May 13, 2008. year uah, 30-4N-22-0000-0008-02
name in dhchte Dr p 210 Opening Bid:
Dated this 2nd day of rtyciistiassss than r'P6lo $5,084.83 ein
April 2008. ert isa fall .P Al fsidpse en
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04/ 608 00-25-22-1 443-00HH- wII be iod to the hi b s
0050 '0 Opening Bid: w o get
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ticeb iiste her b~gvn. l the OkaloosaC ounfity~ kan elLuk, Deut
hle f the CouthoseAnnx,
yearde at th uhabeSaliar Forid at W.HWR
nambe in w ed thren 10:0 ao m one Tuerk sdy Ofic 0

criisiptiassess thanprp May 13, 2008. O42 0
ti, 2005 Assessed to: H Hl & April 2008. Legal # 100349
S Schaub
D sritin Caribbea DON W. HOWARD NOTICE OF: APPLICA-
Vj IscipiCnLo 7 BlkAea CLERK OFCOURTS TION FOR TAX DEED
ParaID#: B :Dacniel Luke, Deputy
23-1 S22-4760-000A- Cek
0070 Opnn Bid. Notice is hereby iven
$6 501.37 penig 08 that Saturn 1 LLC as
II'~of sad r C6~be "o0/ 08 holder of the following
sn hai pr eein 08 certificate, has filed sai
Okal es State o~f FIo-043 08 certificate~ for a Tax Deed
ida. oosa or- di# 100347 to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and
Unless the certificate is NOTICE OF APPLICA- year of issuance, the
redeemed according to TION FORTAX DEED name inwhich the prop
la~dh thre dce-'f erty is assessed and the
sl Gbed sod toth hi hse Notice is here niven desY tio inth prop- s
bidder at the front door that Neptune 1 .LL as a itificate # 789 of


of te Cerk' Ofic name m which the d rg 7.2.00 p sening Bid: A
I2th 0 2nd da y o fnt c irstiiaoe hs fldta prop-in, &S th oishadp e bio
DON Wous HO ARD x Ce tificatefo # 592 ofe Ds'pkalosa, Sat Aof Flor
:Da niea, l ord Luke D u ty ber M Ptrca Jh nl theron cetiict isD Lt 1 l
erk0amo Tu soncrifct ume n Predeme acodi to
04 08 Des in rj/4B NhE'/W la h operin Bde-
04te 08i Ena 2f 5rt ft aSse 273 ft Esied in e r icte
April 200223 ft N 61 Deg W the ao o sai Cro unty ben
Legalrh #s 1034165 ftlos N924 in Crthoue Abnnex, o
TAN I 1 5.03R Cetfi tN34605De o kl O~o ri, tduat f lr
CLEE08. ft N50Deg Dated thisse 2nd day~ of
that Mars 1 LLCe, asut 2r E Partc Id JORn Uls h crica
holerof hefolow n 1488-627p soorn DO .HOAD
tobeisud hre.Te 20 Oenig Bid: tek
year/0 pfisunc, h of said prope be~in~ 0n 08~o~
erty/0 is.6 asese an th kaos, tt ft Flor-oltthhah
descriptio of16 S18hW idra the prop- ida. 0
Certificate2 # 303 Dg of Uls the certis OficaesL e al 005
200512.0 Asesdt:Titrdee according tholmr Flrda
otyL&McalLHn a6te rprtd-NOTICE OF APPLICA- N0 "X" 1: am Tedy
deron & RTXegin H 8. scr d n e ce7r~ fiate IONFORTAXDEE

Foa Mrb s wil bL s e pr sold to the highestR
Deseripton:Eswo idra the frontv door 62
Partfcael a fID# the~ Okaloosa Count thotic is 1 LUgi
002 -2 -7 6-0 H Corhos Annex, thren fl 0usth foll a

aloa tt fFo D 2{2ddyo rtifica e number an $;,2.60~90
~~APname mn which the Do n te0~60
Une~leSss te crtfcaeiDOWHOAD ry saeed and the Oaos lt fFo-0/30
reemdacrigt LR FCUT rsrptisb of the prop-ia 4/00
Cedth hficcitee33 o kan es Lke, Depuy tificate t ea# 1028 of

Fobs will be sold to the highest 20 sesdt:Jk


~ep~t~rweeE,


17-3N-23-2490-0009-
052A Opening Bid:
$1,794.41
All of laid Ixpropebeina
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the .certificate is
redeemed according to
ascribed i hre cehficate
will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front ~door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.
DON W. HOWARD
CLERK OF COURTS
By:Daniel Luke,
Deputy Clerk
0 /608
0 /308
0/0 08
149 al # 100353

NOON FO TAXDECE


holder of the fd~ollol
certificate, has filed sal
certificate for a Tax Deed
to be issued thereon. The
crtific te is ,e at
name in which the pr p-
deiripionofth an o


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Parcel ID#:
17-3N-23-2490-0063-
P:OCO37.50pening Bid:
All20fsi~d prope beinG
Okaloosa, State of Flor-
ida.
Unless the certificate is
redeemed according to

will be sold to the highest
bidder at the front door
of the Clerk's Office at
the Okaloosa County
Courthouse Annex,
Shalimar, Florida at
10:00 a.m. on Tuesday,
May 13, 2008.
Dated this 2nd day of
April 2008.





04/309/


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NOTICE OF APPLICA-
TION FOR TAX DEED

Notic~eisunheereby niven
tholdNerpfthe following
certificate,hle has failed sai

cririct efo aTbax D e

name in which the Drop-
erty is assessed and the
description of the prop-
eret/ s as follows:
200t fic essed to0 Claor


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WEDNESDAY, APRBIL 30, 2008


ter the sale. Major Real Estate Auc-
tion. Friday, May 16,
DON W. HOWARD Noon. Radford, VA.
As Clerk of the Court 78+/- acre former Saint
B:Kty: Sims Albans Hospital campus
As ut Clerk will be offered in 7 par-
Dated' tis 24 day of cels.Pr tyrl features on
APril 200O8. 106,80 +- sq. ft. Class
IMPRTNTA office ouildm formerlc~
In accordance with the hospital, a 4 -00+/-
Americans with Disabill- sq. ft. historic bu ding, a
ties Act, persons needing 2,280+/ sq. ft.
reasonable accommo- home/offces otn
dation to participate in buildings and 5 +/- c.
this proceeding should of pr'ime development
no later than seven i71 adwt commercial
days prior, contact the and residential patential.
Clerk of the Court's disa- One tract has frontage
bilit coordinator at on the New River. Prop-
85 6517497, 1250 N erty Address: 6226 Urn-
EGLIN PARKWAY SUITE versity Park Dr., Radford,
A114 SHALIMAR FL, VA 24141. Visit
3257 If hearing im- www.woltz.com or call
paired, contact _1DD) auctioneer for informa-
8009558771' via F orida tion. Previews: Wed.,
Rela Sysem. pr.23, Wed. Apr. 30
Ben-izra & k~atz. P.A., PMadhrsMy1
Attorney s for Plainitifffrom 3-5 PM.Wlt
2901 irling Road, Suite Associates, Rel Inc.
300; ForLuderdal, BVA#321) RuoealEstat
Floridla 33312; Tele~- ors Atone,
Done: 13051776-4100; (800)551-3588, Roa-
Fax: (30 )65 -2329 noke, VA 24011.


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`THOMAS R. SCHMITT, As
SDefendant
IMI
AMENDED NOTICE In
OF ACTION Am
TO TOMAS R a:b~
"SCHMITT ace
~Residence unknown I a~
CAST KNOWN MAILING mir
`ADDRESS Lee
THOMAS R. SCHMITT vie
13368 Lakeshore Drive telr
~ Chipley, FI. 32428 85
sio
YrOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- pro
,PIED that an action to 85
fotreclose a mortgage on
.the following reaagero IMI
e located91n Okalo sin ~r
ties
.Commencing at the abi
Northwest c rner of Sec- ace
tion 1o6, T2N, R25W, aPh
Okloacounty Flor- h
Idthence East 191.38 mir
fet thence South E l
4hb666.79 feet to point of F :
Eg, ,,,,,,.. ihenceP S 17 nur
Sdcay'~ '4" E a dis- pril
~-tance of 436.77 feet;
"thence N 69 degrees 04
,51'36" E a distance of 04
d-020 feet: t ence N Lec
distance Sf 46.7d fet I
51'36" W a distance of d



ais betn Rldogr N(
yous and yau are qeu roed O
.ritteondde eses, Hf any AS
plaintiff'sattorney, whose Pl
address is Post Office
.Box 1238 Cresiview,
02orid t25 n bei V

meiatel the orgia Oihth. PE

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April, 2008. 20l
D ON W. HOWARD C
CLERK OF CIRCUIT Ju
COURT Fl
SB: im ohkall

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AN FOR0443025000 OF


46-2008-CA 003084 sCa


ASSOCIALCRUTION, ASA
TRUTE FOR TH T
VESTMEUNTY LORIAN AC
TRUST 2006-(3-083 RE

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NSOCITICEOF ACIO ST
TO: TOOE PLACE T~
OWNCUERS ASSOC IA- an
SOVEDTEN sO a
TRAST KNOWN3 AD-o
DRESS:i~ 5efrdPae of
32547-775 w
CUREN ADDRSS:

SANY AND ALL UN- Ap
KNOWNC PFARTIEN S
THROUGH U DERte
AND: AGAINST THAE :
HWEREI NAMED IN- De
TIVNIDUAL DEFEN- su

NOLAT KNOWN TO- BEIn


KNOWNN PATESai
MANY CAIM ANL IN- acc
HELIRSN DEISE, hol
OTHEROG CLAIANTSLee
11ST KGANOWNT AD
DERESS: UNKNOW N,7
CURRET(S AD RESS:ce
U~NO KNOWN 85BEI
YOUA ARE NOTIIED hat
..HnHE roert in- ties
KOW ALPA CutyS abi
Flria: -LI A acc
UN HIT L TOOKSES sho
UMS, A CONDOMIN E l

MINIUM THEREOFANS

CILRECORD BNK O OK 0
OF RETH I ULICREC-: c
COUNTYW FLOIDA
.iuNDIVID TIED INoTES JM
EMNT IFtgge ANY AP olo- A


ANCE WIT THOE 2h0
COVCE CNANTS CO- Di
TIN EMS, AQDMND' E
OHEFSAID DECLARA- TIO
TION .F PADO


ha bee filed aint Pa
y and you are ra ired
ri srvedaf eop s your vs.
on oroid befoe/avl 92jA
008, andorp a f~ i
:Plaintiff's attorney whose Del
address is 9119 Cor 0-
iate Lake Drive, Suite N(
~300 TmFlorida
33654 and #l the on :-
nal with this Court eith r NC
before service on GI\
Plaintiff's attorney or im- nal
mediatelyly there fer; oth-
.rrwise a default will be ~
i nterkied ~~nagYZdis yo or ter
thCre flnea d in t

th eal0f tish drta onC
this 16 day of April DE
2008. TIO
Don W. Howard TR
Clerk of the Court JAl
By: /iki Jackson A/


Ok
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Unl
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law
scri
will
bid
of
the
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30 Opening Bid: Circuit Court of the FIRST
,559.57 Judicial Circuit in and for
of said properly beinn OKALOOSA CouVn t~
the 'Counf o Florida wherein DU-
aloosa, State otFlor- SCHE BANK NATIONAL
~TRUST COMPANY AS
TRUSTEE is the P~aintiff
less the certificate is and dtAUDETTE M.
seemed according to RICHARDSON; FRANK
the property de. F. RICHARDSON\ PAT-
bed in t~he certificate RICK M. ROSS; LYNN F.
l be sold to the highest ROSS; AND AND ALL
der at the front door UNKNOWN PARTIES
the Clerk's Office at CLAIMING BY,
Okaloosa County THROUGH, UNDER
urthouse Annex, AND. AGAINST THE
alimar, Florida at HEREIN NAMED INDI-
:00 a.m. on Tuesday, VIDUAL DEFENDANT(S
ly 13, 2008. WHO ARE N f
KNOWN TO BE DEAD
ted this 2nd day of OR ALIVE WHETHER
ril 2008. SAID UNKNOWN PAR-
TIES MAY CLAIM AN IN-
,N W. HOWARD TEREST AS SPOUSES,
ERK OF COURTS HEIRS DEVISEES
Daniel Luke GRAlNTEES OR OTHER
puty Clerk CLAIMANI'S; WHITNEY
NATIONAL BANK SUC-
1908 CESSOR BY MERGER TO
08 DESTIN BANK; DIS-
08 COVER BANK; GREEN-
/ 08 REEF OWNERS' ASSO-
CIATION, INC; are the
GAL #2002 Defendan~ts, I will sell-to
3AL #20028the highest and best bid-

lUNR OEF UFITRST AM : lcaKShFRONT
UDICAANLDCFROCRUIT IN DORCLORFKSHAL MNR
OKALOOSA AN Xhe20A dal o l0M,

NO. AD r 0 8 ti Fia Ju g

F07010214 UNIT 7N RE Ef

A IONBL NASSUOS MEN
ION, AS TRUSTEE ACCORDING TO THT
IR WELLS FARGO RE
SET SECRITESPLAT THEREOF R-

TPBE K TSE

'0- COUNTY, FLORIDA.

ighwpX 938 0#7, Dste


rne resonin ih nu pu

ow er as of the eae d
the Lis Pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60)
days after the sale.

Wnd t s~ealMofthis Cor
on April 18, 2008.


ministration at 101 James service on Petitioner or
Lee Blvd. East Crestview, immediately thereafter. If
FL. 32536-3515; tele'- you fail to do so, a
hoan~e number default may be en-
5689-5000, exten- tered against you
sion 7497, prior to the for the relief de-
ro7e~edin Or Shalimar malnded in the peti-
Copies of all court docu-
IMPORTANT ments in this case, includ-
In accordance with the iog orders, are available
Americans with Disabili- at the Clerk of the Circuit
ties Act, persons with dis- Court's office. You may
abilities needing special review these documents
accommodation to partic- u on request.
Ipate in this proceeding ao must keep the Clerk
shudcontact' court A3- of the Circuit Court's of-
ministration at 1250 .N. fice notified of your cur-
E lin Parkway, Shalimar rent address. (You ma
F-I 32579; tele hone file Natice of Gurrent A -
number 850-651- 497,*dress, Florida So reme
prior to the proceeding. Court Approved family
Law Form 12.915.) Fu.
04/23/08 ture apoers in this lawsuit
04300 will be mailed to the ad-
dress on record at the
Legal # 100376 clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule
IN THE CIRCUIT 12.285 Florida Family
COURT OF THE FIRST Law Rules of Procedure,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF requires certain auto-
FLORIDA IN AND matic disclosure of docu-
FOR OKALOOSA ments and information.
COUNTY CASE NO.: Failure to comply can r
07CA5890 suit in sanctions, includ-
WELLS FARGO BANK otplcains slo tiig
CAR INA TORNSTM TR DON W. HOWARD
GAGELOA TRUT CERTOF THE CIRCUIT


FRANTZ WANDA MA-
WANDA M.B FRANTZ
A/K/A WANDA MARIE
FRAN\TZ; USAA FEDERAL
SAVINGS BANK; are the
Defendants, I will sell to
the hi hest and best bid-
der ior cash at IN
FRONT OF CLERK'S
FRONT DOOR OF
SHALIMAR ANNEX at
11:00 AM on the 20
da4 of May, 2008, the
fol owing described pro
erty as stforth in said Fi
nal Judgment:
LOT 6, SAILBOAT
COVE A SINGLE
FAMILY( RESIDENTIAL
SUBDIVISION SITU-
ATED IN A PORTION
OF GOVERNMENT
LOT 5 FRACTIONAL
SECTIOf 15, TOWN-
~SHIP 1 SOUTH
RANGE 22 WES(
OKALoOOSA
COUNTY FLORIDA
ACCORDING TO TH
PLAT RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 115
PAGE 17 OFTH
PUBLIC R CORDS OF
SAID COUNTY
A//A 4209 D I-
NICEVILLE, FL 32578


Deputy Clerk
PORTANT
accordance with the
~ericans with Disabili-

comnmodation to partic-
rle in this proceedin
,uld contact Court A -
nistration at 101 James
Boulevard East, Crest-
w, FI. 32536-3515;
695000, nmeExten-
n 7497, pnior to the
,ceedin or Shalimar
0-651- 497
PORTANT
accordance with the
~ericans with Disabili-
;Act persons with dis-
ilities needing special
commodation to partic-
tie in this proceedin
uvld contact Court A
nistration at 1250 N.
in Parkway Shalimar,
mlber3 5850-651- :pg497,
or to the proceeding.
/2/08
/30/08
gal # 100371
N THE CIRCUIT OF-
RUjTR .IAUND I.R


O, 20 A 33 ES
F07019259

SSO ANIKONNATIONAL
intiff,


TERdMEIE ,et al,

OTICSEU F FAOLREECLO-

OTICE IS HEREBY


i17 208ad en
07-CA-3133-S of the
cuit Court of the FIRST
licial Circuit in and for

NKA NAT ONL AS

:an; dPE~, TER MElER



dT COURT;ilare thte Dh
hest and best bidder
cash at IN FRONT OF
ERK'S FRONT DOOR
SHALIMAR ANNEX
11:00 AM, on the
th dp ofMy 020e ,
aollwn d ent: n


,STWBLOC SKXT
EDITIONN TO DES-
NOKALOOSA

CORDED IN PLAT
,OK 5 AT PAGE
,OF tHE PUBLIC
CORDS OF
KALOOSA
,UNT, FLORIDA.
~K/A 401
AH~LMAN AVENUE
STIN, FL. 32541 '
ly person claiming
interest in the
rplus from the
le, if any, other
an the pro erty
,ner as of the date
the Lis Pendens
ust file a claim
thin sixty (60)
ys after the sale.
TNESS MY HAND
d seal of this Court on
ril 18, 2008
n W. Howard Clerk of
Circuit Court


PORTANT
accordance with the
lericans with Disabili.
Act, persons with dis-
lities needing special
:ommodation to partic.
te in this proceed n
,uld contact Court Ad
listration at 101 James
SBlvd. East Cresivie
32536-3515; toe-
one number
0-689- 000 e tensi n
0- 797 pro otepo

PORTANT
accordance with the
lericans with Disabili-
SAct, ersons with dis.
lities needing special
:ommodation to partic-
te in this praceedi
,uld contact Court~n
listration at 1250 N
in Parkway Shalimar
32579- tele hone
mrbto the 6 ceding '



gal # 100372
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR
OKALOOSA
COUNTYY FLORIDA
:IVIL ACflON CASE
NO.:
007-CA-003883 S
DIVISION: FILE NO.:
F07028023
UTSCHE BANK NA-
)NAL TRUST COM
NY FKA BANKERS
Jt9,


MES M. FRANTZ
AK ZJAMES MICHAEL
fendant(s) .
NOTICE OF FORECLO-
SURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY
V/EN pursuant to a fi-
l Judgment of Mort-
geForeclosure dated
iei 17, 2008 and en.
ed inCase No.:
Circi C30ur to th

n forlo OKA OOSA
UT CHE BANK NA-
)NAL TRUST COM.
UNS is thA PlI~n ffK ad
META M. FRANTZ
K/A JAMES MICHAEL


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within sixty 1(60) Defendants. LEGAL#120031 AT
days after the sa e. FO
NOTICE OF ACTION IN THE CIRCUIT AS
OIN S COY TAN RA I D O RH FISNT I (
enk sa f t~he u Court 4A1C80 SVFELRS3T2RSE1ET CCIUACI NRCIT AE H
B a thri n8 Davis DRIVE DESTIdN, FL, ND O. A
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mnar ordance ieh ah YhOU AREsie NOIFIE thtGVSgrno O
ties Act, persons with disa- aEn acionao Foelosr e21 ForAEclr e datedTR
abilities needing special& of M ortgdRE gAG onth fl- I 7,208 and FA
accommodation to partic- loIng Desribd prop ed i ae o I
Ipae biiin this proceedin9i er 20-C-16- o heH
shudcontact' Court A Cici outo heFRTA

numer 8I 023-651- 497,~lo~ TOe NMA ORPAT EAN AD. RWHIAER LIE
79 prior to the procd prie aing. TNEPr SOK5RA3MRGAECRPR-
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IMPORTLORID CIen.NTIBAN FEDHERALY FR
In~~~ ~ SAodnewihteGVING BAsuNK;t ar FR-B
bLii negal g # 100373 o Moag 418 OVRTRET the- DaeedatIwls S
accommodatiR Eo DESTIN FLn torbe thei highest8 and best 1 1
IN THE IRCUIT 00 bidere for cash aoT INd
ChOURT cOFtc CuTHE -Crci orto h FIRST 324-FOT FCEKS o
JUICIstALina CIRCUI IN. hO b, fiLed st FRONTi DOORci OF er C
COUOnTPFrwy hlmr RIA Toouad yao ar uro :00 KL ,S Co20tv, th0L
ii 2007-C-033- Attornyddfo PlaO tjORIN nl Juda mheein t: Y TH'
DIVISION FILE5-77 NO. whos a es s LOT MEA AD ITAERRA CO
FrO7022917e tinedig uHRdoa alSuitEloRi2EAN M 1LLAGE, CREO- BO
I L begK PLAETIO AT BLUEWAE OFinif a
WACHOVIA BANK RD NA- 3120ord M BAY, SNGLE F/KAM OR
TIONAL -- ASOI ON Lori Iwith Clerk of CIY PANN~ ED UNIT O
AS RUSEEFLO .ma DEVELOPMENTS: rE- CO
WFgASC MORTGAGE thsCur iheeoe INGnans A REP l Tel OF
INTHROG CERCUT IV. neyN or. immediate ther VLLAG AT STda
CAUTES F SERES052 afRter otherwise adfaut LUWTE BAY ALKS BE
PaintiD willh be entered ag inst RECORDED INNE PAT na
OKAOOA YU ndyou or te reluirefde BOK180 PAGnE 50 A
Cvs.~lO A mattn ded in tes compaint. AowND SAribD REPLA Min

DefeSInda ILnt O thoe s deal oft is Court this OF qm t TH UBI.RE-o
3 dy o Aril 208. ORD OF, theTEA C
NOTICE OF FORCLO OKALOOS0 N A a l'iGE R B
SUREVI SALE. DI-332on W.Howard COU~-~ASNTY, FLRIA.- da
TIOALSSOI AsO c5 rk0 of fl the Court W
nSTUTE FdOiial Judgmentler of Mort 32578 E B C
Prl 7,208 n en-GAG Athio Complaeinthe ando P~Ls ntrEesNT b Ontesrpu l
2007- BCA-003239S o efendants a~nd adr e of the tha te po D
theCRcuit Court I- of th n med abo e. wn aso ther da e
FIEST Judicial 5-2 Circuitewi in dfu th B LisW TE Pen n u st fie F
Paind for OKAOOS In acco rdance inthth aEORE clai witi iTy 6)G
Couny,* loria whrei A ericn wthe Deisabl d a- s after th Ge sale 25
WACHOIA BANK NA- ties Act, persons needing W NESS MY HAND 33t
TIOeNAL ASSOIfO.araonbeacmo n the seal of this Court thsFTEPBC E-o
AWSFSCTRU RTGA tddiopr eep t ci ul nA F08 IMe
ASST-ACKD ASS doltrta e c lerk of theCict Court Am
NTHROUGH CERTIBl ays rocnatB: Kit a thrA n60 D avis ties
CATED SERISun 2005- Cler of Dpth Court' disa Deuy rka
Xpis the laitif and D n-AN' ii coordainatora t ac eS" liigo
SCHERF ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ners VA; r the A14SAIA L 204Tma uridas mi
Defendants, w liSel to 35 deedat If h adrsthri th- 3362-01 Japrt
the hicit hes rtand b hes bid aed, contact ) we aso h'a E ad
derS or iciash ai t in 09587 via nda I PORTANT 32t ie l
SFRONT OFCLERKSA ReaI tm.I accordance with thecli th sx (0 Gn
FRONTv. DOORid OFee Americans with Disabili- Extate h sl. 2
SAHALIMAR ANK.NEXat hsi natmt ties Actproswhds-he
11:00AM n h 20 `Sd~bi~~~ collect a ~i~prsnedeb.nbY aiitiesS nein spcaND Sh
erivasstforthnsairo atpur ose saoud cothe ac fthi CourtAn n

ASTHESUTESTERL To viei FL 32536-3515; abR~i~~;
110FEET MOF THE tele one number achold I
22 FETOFG LORTI- 5CUDay T F TRHCntalR slon 7497, prior to the sh
BLOCKe Dinf SECNd AND: FORit codnTr .t"r' roci rShlari
REVISIONG OFBL 850)651-97 497 E ac

TCHEREF DVL r h 1 SAIAS Americans with. Disbl.
RECOREDat INwl PLAT tie Act,9 Topers Fons ith d is.0

FOF TH PUBCLERK Pela ytit accommdainc wto patic- n
FREORTDSO OF ioner' ate inthi proceedin Ex
CONT, LORIDA ani miitrto at 1250mp N.

3251:A espo ent, pro o h cedn.

Aowny persncaimd~i ot~prm. P~dn ti racing INOTCE OTN /08
evan sterf~onhian eott OFr MARIAG 2008
sal~uge, t ifitrto any othe Daes
oTner seofUtHESE pr g O 1ofDR Leg oueal d #10034 Ce t
of0 theT Lis PenesA D SO NOIEOAPLC E
wiRthin TEL sixt (60)0 adresd(CtySat Zp)C
days afEter LTh sale AIDDRE SU KOF NH NoRT ic pis h reby given T'Eb
REIYONOU OARE OTIIE that thatEtel4 Dilon Sas lar

Son AprilIN 18,~ 2008 ar eue osreacrifiat or a Ta Dee


MTO d~TH L I codnce with the (dle n 0 rt ctolws48o
TEE A 0D 13C III Americans with Disabili- t lr ets uta 02Asse o onG
REODD I LTties Act, persons with dis- E rorn


ipate O 5 1 n in this proceeding orhue 0 aclI# e
should ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ otat contac Cost A LLe2 E 73-3-4007 2


NIOTHt DONALD-

ORTECSEA F FORECLO-

OTICE IS HEREBY
VEN pursuant to a Fi-
JuF r I suof d erd
il 1 ,n 200 sand en-




CKUSA. NATIONAL
USTEE FONR WELLS
RGO ASSET SECURI-
S CORPORATION
)ME EQUITY
SET-BACKED CERTIFl-


DONALDSON;
IANG GIANG i re
th ch 'hs andllbes
Rider for cash at IN
ONT OF CLERK'S
ONT DOOR OF
ALIMAR ANNEX AT
:00AM, on the 20
y of May, 2008, fol-
ilng described prop-
ras set forth in said Fi
Judgment:


G TO THE PLAT
EREOF, AS RE"
)RDED IN PLAT
)OK 16, PAGE 20,
STHE PUBLIC REC-
1DS OF
KALOO 5A
,UNTY, FLORIDA.

REET~ FORT WALTON ;
AC-Id,FL32547
y person claiming an
rest in the surplus
m the sale, if an y
er than the poe
ner as of the da e ;b'
Lis Pendens must file
claim within sixty(60)
ys after the sale.
NESS MY HAND
d the seal of this Court
April 18, 2008.
n W. Howard
!rk of the Circuit Court
Kathr Daovis

rida Default Law
018P Tampa, ~lorida
622-5018

Pa od~ance with the
lericbns with Disabili-
;Act, persons with dis.
ilities~ needing special
commodation t partic.
Ite in this proceedin
,uld contact~ Court Af.
nistration at 101
mes lee Boulevard
st, Crestview, FL,
536-3515 tl oe
mber ( 50689-000,
ension 747, prior to
alimar (850)65 -77497

PORTANT
accordance with the
lericans with Disabili.
ilities need f ~~ings il
commodation to partic-
Ite in this proceedin
,uld contact' Court A -
nistration at 1250 N.
in Parkway, Shalimar,
ne3 2579; tele hone a
or to the proceeding.

/30/s~2008

GAL #120030
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF THE FIRST
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AN OFOORA
COUNTY FLORIDA
OVil. CION CS
DIVISIONN FILE NO.:
FO6011242
UTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST
)MPANY, AS TRUS-
intiff,


AUDETTE M. RICH-
!DSON et al,
fendant(s)

ORTECSEA F FORECLO-

OTICE IS HEREBY
VEN pursuant to a Fi-
l Judgment of Mort-
gie 1F, r2008 eanddad-
ed in Case No.
06-CA-2900 42 the


lr o th C lcuit Court As riano Sepr mime

Forida DefaPl Law b~owl e~leeashren5 gg (RSIE
25 4B TaLm Flori3 X92-6577 O LN
33622-5018pa Get Hook, round, &
IMPORTANT Tpeworms. Rotate.
In acodac wth the p akt wr
A accr aneh i abil ets and Liui- ict@.
tie Acpr ns with dir O dSA 4 Piece Couch

accommo ation topa tic- STORE Barely used from 2nd
halicontac Cutp ng 682-9333 home: cedam back-
ini trlealonrad Eas1 Jamest www.happyjackinc.com gOeroud,/ tactt~
view, FL, 3`2536t-3515. Three happy, health~ loveseat, chair and has-
tel hnenumbe; male pimy goats 2-3 sock. $1000.00
(85 695000, Exten- mos. o 40. eash 850-623-1 396
sion 747, prior to the 850-652-4162 See Photos Online www.
roed r Shalimar nw fdaiin s o
85 5n497 C~~~~SuperSize D27803277_
In accordance with the 2110c ~ 1STTTf `
Amrcn wth Disabili -
t esct, er ons with dis E O A 3230
ablties nee ing special
accommodation to partic -W TO A
Phoulldinon~tiscip ee nf.e~q~; Female Dudley Yellow
mnstratio at 1250 N Lb .odalsos
minin P kn Shlimr, eenfixed, great w/kids
F 32579; tele hone needs a good home due Baker
number (85'0)651- 497, to family moving. Will in. Too Much Stuff
prior to the proceeding lude crate & su plies. 3 day
P P 9Call 817-793-5457
04/232008Garage Sale
04/30/2008 Christmas, turniture & col-
04/30: - lectibles. Thurs., Fri. &
gggy Sat. Sam-noon
2130 1480 Vinson Ray Rd.
Legal #120033 Certified Farrier 1480 Sky Ranch Lane
IN TE CRCU Ta New Clients, (Baker Airport)
INRTO THE C IRCUT Gt Horses, Therapeu-
COUR OF HE FRSTtic Shoemga disease In- .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF &Neec.Cmti
FLORIDA IN AND I e R~teI. all -
FOR OKALOOSA Lewandowski Horse
COUNTY CASE NO. Shoeing (850)340-1359
2007-CA-000023-c COMING SOON
--. DeFuniak Springs Flea
WELLS FARGO BANK, t, Market Located ojn Hwy
N.A., 90 E. Opening May 3rd.
Plaintiff, Vendors call now to re-
vs-, Spacs are limitedli
vs. Sg~g850687-9863
CYNTHIA THOMPSON
et. al. Crestview
Defendants. MERCHANDISE
2 FAMILY YARD
NOTICE OF FORECLO-- aloo-Antiques S
SURE SALE 3110 -Appliances SLE
NOTICE IS HEREBY sl s cratio s 8a-23 m
GIVEN pursuant to a Fi- 34- Bu Idi %pli 5341 Four Lakes Rd.
nal Ju ament of Foreclo- sleo Busline ssple off hwy 90 East
sure oted. April 23, Eq0-uipment Furniture, glassware,
2008, and entered in 3170 Coletibe kitchen ware cast iron
CaseNo.3180-Compuctbers collectibles, tools, fishing
2007CA000023C, of 3100 -Electronics gear, and much more.
the Circuit Court of the 3200-Firewood
First Judicial Circult in 3220 -Furniture Cresiview
and for ` Okaloosa 3230 Garage/Yard Sales
CVoEUnty Florida wherein 3240-Guns MOVING SALE
WELS A R. d isa aBRANKd 3250-GOoodThingstoEat FriSat.Ma 2&33
N.A isa Painiffand3260 Health & Fitness 14Glis.
TERRY B WALLEN AS 3270 Jeweiry/Clothing Fine furniture, LR,DR,8R,
SUCCESSOR TRLISTEE 3280 -Machineryl household items, China,
OEORGTE MASTELENMUAS 39 e M edi~ u ment bhaikswice setes mre
DATED DECEMBER 22 asio-Musicalinstumns
1998 A RECOVABL' 93320-Plants&Slnirubs/t Crestview
LIVING TRUST: UN- SuppPlens Sius
KNOWN BEN FCIAR-3330 Restaurant/Hotel St a
IES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, 3340 -Sporting Goods 7am until
GRANTEES ASSIGN- 3350 Tickett (Buy & Sell) 3107 Ma h~air Rd.
EES,' LIEN RS, CREDI- Cloths, electronics. misc.
TORS, TRUSTEE S AND tools.
ALL OTHER PARTIES
CLAIMING AN INTER- z zgg Cresiview
EST BY, THROUGH UN- Al fWth& 3 FAMILY YARD
DER OR AGAINSf OF ClocTkesai f~a. SAL
THE THOMAS GEORGE Ptck Rpi, grankfo Sa.My3d A.M- n
MASTEL TRUST DATED others, man e s, cue oos' Setil r8182 John Ki Rd.
DECEMBER 22, 1998, A webo ~ptiques, Call Rul Comfrtrs Kishes,
RECOVABLE LIVI G Pa 'o Furn. Cushion Pic-
TRUST CYNTHIA tueChiritmas Lhis,
THOPSN; KEITH Mate'rial Patterns ac
THOMPSON, are the De" uu leaner, ;Micro-
fendants. I will sell to the 3110 wa ivnRomSi
highest and best bidder Ro' Apiac &Kde,Clothe9 To. oom u
for cash at Okaloosa Prs e a- uht it o sms
Count Cou~rt~house So th Mon-1ri.oPg~ 8m-1 a. pmi tuhi toneLism
Lee Blvdd CresiviewM an; a2rl ap. liMari Crestview
2t2,1 08, f owi t at ous06 -15007. Backyard Sale
described pdopet as set F a
foeth in sald FIn Judg- 7a 2 mt
LOT 5 BLOCK C |3130
SOUTH1/IEW ESTATES Absolute Estate Auction Cresiview
PHASE II, ACCORDING -Saturday, May 3, 10am FAMILY YARD
TO THE PLAT THEREOF CST, Centre, AIlabama, SALE
ON FILE ON PLAt 550+/- Contiguous Ac- Sat. May 3
BOOK 11, PAGES 64 res in Tracts, Abundant 8am-noon
AND 65, IN THE OFFICE Road Fronta e, Creeks. 181 Nun Dr
IF THE CLERK OF CIR- (866)789-51 9, 682-8699
CUIT COURT www.amerlcan-
OKALOOSA COUNTY: auctioneers.com, Keith Cresiview

2 203 232A P..N #: Blw AL 1 \1. mGMA GE SALE

A eron caimng a 6Y s rres divide t- 32 lPso eld Dr./Adams
in erest in the surplus Fibshinro. 'hardwoods, atist / iv.
from the soale if an ing, bihig horwar sois es8~~li:, pi
ohr thanoftthe p oerl cr'dbses, homesits tue, 2adc 'ba
the lis pendens must file a AU-0059 kiot s and equhip. oold
claim within 60 days af- 00 8lucios~com kiten sAfrc itsho


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GIGANTIC YARD YARD SALE
SALE Fr &sa. May292nde 3r
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Proceeds go to TOPS Mu h I P
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Cresiview
MULTI-FAMILY
Cresiview YARD SALE
Holt Sat. Ma 13rd, 7A.M.- 11

4 4Mai S t am togSfa n dhE
Holt Kithenwaren coshol
Fri & Sat Children Clothina, Fish-
Antiques, furniture, De-ing Sup lies, Washer,
pression glass, carnival Dryer ; Much morel
glass, Heisey, Royal Dal- -
tonvoy arrowheads, Cresiview
c7 o k~rt~o s, HVummels Ned~borahood ~
much to listl 8am-2pm Sat. May 3rd @e7A.M.-
Untila5ce4 f r snterrey
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Hug Inside Poe nSat 8am ~pm ,
Yr ae gas lawn mower, gas
Week 9T 0! apmiances small
-429 N EvertEh nnroaadon
Hathaway. St w~ on 90, turn on Enzor
rark. ve mting? n/offil Rhdumb on Id roembel Rdm
Please follow signslI
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Crestview Stora e Center Unit #17,
MULTI- FAMILY Fri. & Sat. May 2nd &
May 3 3rd., 8 A.M.- 2 P M.
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New 3br, 2ba house
in nice area of Crest-
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individual w its to b
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1 neo0

eb di dd ser st ve
excellent cond. must be
284d66-5283$17,5
682-2033


71eo
Dockable Lakefront &
$ ,~900.~ Sale: Sat, Ma
3rd Only. Gorgeous:
2100,ag sf lg cabing
wooded dolckabbe at r-

Que a n peomnm niy
Or Aacre lake access
wihfree boat shp just~
$24,900. Excelle tl i
naQCin Sold 1st come,
1s sevd. Call n~
(8 8)7 25253, x.1798
Seven (7 Woode L~c-
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$89,9 )01 Call now
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8100 -Antique & Collectibles
811 cars
siz sports milihl vehicles
8130 -Trucks
8140 -Vans
8150-Commercial
8160 -Motorcycles
8170 Auto Parts
& Accessories
8210 Boats
8220 Personal Watercraft
8230 Sailboats
a24o esoat& a arine
8310 Aircraft/Aviation
8320 ATVIMff Road Vehicl~
83 Campers & Trallers..


Now Oii nhdo es n3 qie& sub Countr living 34 mile
Av K; pay $ 0/hour or division. Eas accessl to noth H gh Sc 0301. 3BR,
dter$ala Bnuai I;uo Straeg wat $8N8c5 evlle "500A sec$rt 0/nposi+
laced UyaSouc no hot 80i 8-21 C27830- 411 or

affiliatedentu wUP h 5692 21 5272

682384 crestview
682-8493 and 2
'" c~Renta s: bedroom houses

RELESTATE FOR RENT 3 b,24bN. r50S 5er t/v R,'n a312
601oo- Businessi br 32V26a g 00Wd re /-6D8i-1972 EN Pet '
commercial 47-4 Haburn St
6110 -Apartments 3br 2ba $975mo+dd
6120 Beach Rentals 4295 Batten Rd,
6130 CondoTTownhouse 3br 2ba $1000mo+bdd
6140 -House Rentals 6 Courtney Lane Crsve
610-Rooman fr Reante 3b723b3Ma850wakde re E 2 ba Plenty of
t17 roe HoneR tal Driv0, 3 br, 2V/2 ba room Hore 4 1 come.
60 aaitshaveneis {1b58B32mOld Bthel Rdd
Sr423 bonni 0 o+dd
4038 Fa con Way
6100 3 br 2 ba $850moidd .Crestview 3 br, 2 ba,
For Lease, All newly re- 211 Warrior new carpet. $700 mo +
modceled29 No M ncia I b~r 2 b,n K1200mo $N70 sd,8nO72 Hwy 85
68 35Locationl b~r 02 ct. r8kdd
For Lease, Newly Re- 3 br~ 2 ba $850+dd
modeled Commercial 3 b 7 oedd .
toac 1ri6187282S Indus- b 2br 1 b $7+dd COtiw0 .da,

HOy8 efrSntFrlontage Baker mo.2Cba(6514080f
vfidua fofficest 2 rest- *5219 Griffith Mill Rd $6doC185
rodloms forces room 2 br, 1ba, $475

Profess nal. office. Ter- Coldwell Banker JME
no110 a $b~ sib '~,~~I 6'11cC resve lo8 h b I a Hu en Au
r23 8750bd825 55 22 283 82-6794 h P 10
b3,7 Oau Se ripbr, 689- 810r 6 269
| 6110 1BA, 900sf, $525 en~d - ----
C re tvept. Centrally lo- b3099 alnut A e. S
cated W/S/G included. 'b 90s,$2 n
WD/D o500 1mosr. L50 ent 1516 H mton Dr.525br, NE O A
Re .8 978-82 3 or 15a, 9sf, $ ,0
97%-8274 02n3805 usan Dr. Base- est e /2 ba. ets ok.

s d ,51Pb t Ibr b 1a $8.m50nt~h 55RdR

Crestview $625, interior unitt2b
3 br. 2 ba. No PetsI 2 216 Vi ania St 2b,
blocks from Walker Elem. 1.5ba, 10 Osf, $650,
$775. mos. & SD Avail. new paint and carpet
May 23 Call 683-1354 *141 Woodlawn Dr.
Or 758-6068 3br, 2ba, 2015 sf, $725 NE O A
pets allowed.
Crestview Bent Creek 306 Feldon Dr. 3br,
Apts II Vouchers Ac- 2ba, 1200sf, $800, no .
cepted. Rental assistance pets allowed Crestylew
aybe avail. 1 & 2 BR 110 Nivana Dr 3br, Brand NOW
HC no-HCaccssile ba 1176sf, $800, Cresiview 3b/2b Pine
a ts. 209 Bent Creek Rd. Suho -0Sub Div Bric dbl
Cesiview FL. Call 850 *2957 Sholtz Ave 3br o .8iEo on
682-556 TDD/TTY 2ba 1244sf $800 no gle;8i a 98500+
711. Equ I Housing Op pets- dep 9 -3779
portunity *262 Swaymng Pine Ct
Crestview Bent Creek 3b 0, riit T 309sf,
Apartments I, Vouchers 1562d~o ETexaUs Pk3b
Accepted. Rental assis- 2b 110s $5 '
tan 2 bR CavaiaHeC pe~ts st~month rentifree Crestview NE, 3br,


accesibe aprtmnt i264 Sw yA g Pine Ct 85075-8 9oil hok p
*b b 2dui TH130sf, plyo
2 ent tro gs ag

Crestview, Ea. Gles Land- F s Dre H re. $1000ore,
n9 e20BL 5p~oITH a50 S~giibn t in m Co thsbr bal 85 3 fernc
gym. Extra 5 1a1mg. Lawnmo 1165sf, $ 75cthda
mitD/T rovde. $94 celi s~ in matonmer bed 5-8~e d
mo.sn 85 528-0716 *23i SSuayng Dive- C
hue3br, 2b5a, 1640sf,
$895, waerfront T
'. 6140 3brt 2.ba, 16428sf, 9

2.b ,2s br, 2b ba 025r sF, 975,
$5 new ait & vnym Jane ohnse o n
American11 Rely oelo 4b rie 2ba 174 I '
FlretidwEne ad I2oth 142r 853 t ed7 y ol E pre n 00o
682-482 2BR orBAT 1stm~onfft rentf;ree. 576 2-1800 ~
651f -517 EHO *apo 507 Whitev Oakb Lban
15$5 E7tr e, bm2 1 s $ Baw e9-r82 bakrr5Cr



*39in Re ent Rd $4 eile206 Northvew bDr 00Gg
e337b ba, S~t0 br, br, 2ba, -270sf, bL e77
2504$800 1 2$85 1st month et3b0 a 5
b 6 2Sbrk4~0Pn Tr, 3e32batillwe929f Os~d 31 L eS

)162)S Pine 3 ou thhad nf m k n

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7am-2pn
4796 Gniffith
Mill Rd
Mlian


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

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

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

3177 Chesthut St
1189sq.ft. 3bd 2ba
141,500

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

3181 Chestnut St

3bd, 2 1/2b '
$160,500

3208 Twilight Dr
1,555 t3d, 2ba


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

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

232 Riverchase Blvd
2,104sq.ft.,3bd,2ba
$229,0o00


532 9H 4 coplt apito r
Computers, silver rounds, fax resume to
Lots of misc. 850654-3309.
Web ID #27803624
Milligan
Gara e Sale
Sat. Mav rrd 8A.M.- 4 Bldg Const/Skilled Trade
P.M. 1 20 WaterWay
Drive, Oak 7 drawer n
deskRecinerLougerNow accepting applica-
W/('ttoman Small desk, tions Aor Iw ing posi- zeP
2 Glass ending door tos n ro t
itsems. termic Rd in Laurel Hill, FL Drug
items.free workplace EOCE
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DaT selldoWae by it mnxI men p14 S.Fi
Cars, furniture, yard sale Blvd. Crestview. Druf free
items, clothes. 3 5-1258 workplace


IREAL ESTATE FOR sALE.
7100-Homes
7110 Beach Home/
Property
7120 Commercial
7130 CaT~ondo/Twnoue
7140 Farms & Ranches
7150 Lots and Acreage
710- roieHomes
7180- Investment
Property
7190 t-of-Totwn


b 2121.bwa 1 5 Pine Ct.
b 4223a 8050rhview Ln,
*3'112 khakDr.
b33r 2ada~ms Dr. 3br,
2ba $950
b6r,1 W~in tead Rd,
*402 aToago Ct. 3br,
a,10 1Gol Course Dr.
18a' Waer~way Dr.
3br 2ba, $1125
*12 Courtney Ln. Abr,
2ba, $1150
*216 Citadel Lane 3br,
2ba, $1200
*b5 $12Br500ke Dr. 4br,
*2468 Bell Ridge Dr.
4*622b6a S~hre0 Ln, 4br,
*223 Trish Dr. Abr, 2ba,
1603077 Havenmist Ln.
Abr, 2ba, $1500
Visit us at
www.era-almericaln.com


4 br, 2 a, $9

* 421rJuniper Dr
6428b $ Snliht Ln
3 br, 2 ba, $ 100
S359b632Li ebe Dr110
3 br, 212 ba, $ 150




Laurel Hill 4 br, 2V2
ba, 2600SF lac 1 blk to
Laurel I-ill school. $795
mo+dd.(404)388-6862


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3 ilBRe 2a BAtai for ma
rent. 623 Old~e a~Rive


Baer F 700 oth

No pets 850 225-3204




1br MH, washer, dryer,
fenced yard, 461 V2
South Bre'tt. $450/mo. +
$450dd.'682-6514




2br, lba MH. in north
Crestiew Clean large
682-0470 after 5pm.




3b 2ba doublewide,
dreyur.n Cage nwith2a
Ocene porch, n208d
Call 850-826-01 34,
after 4pm.
Baker
3bd 2 ba utilities in-

o albea 1s a) P"5 t
850-758-9721




Crestview

S20bod. b $ 070 month

Crestview: 3BR 2BA at
t0114682HX Dr., no


| 710o | Cadillac Sedan
Bargain Buy in Crest- de Ville 1990
view Auburn area, 3 br Like new condition! All
on 1a, e cdw/o l el un w te h r ls 6


1998 Mercury Mysti ie;
forest green low m aes
great learner car $4009~
obo.758-0707
Ford Mustang
2003
white with arey interior'
94K< miles. Great condi-
tion. Excellent c<(rl
$6045 Please c611



bots etc. unnig~i
305-1258 -


8130



Dod e Ram
SRT- 0 '05 .d
9ode RmdedRT-I0K






FORD F-250 SD
XLT CREWCAB
4X(4 '02

706 0Road Pack, V
New tires, /W,P/DLi
box heel, hnich, n~
ver cen runs gre -
850-537-8609

Toyotora Tundra 4x4 Ext.
Cab, Limited 2003
less Sh~a~no0000 miles,
850-259-9131



1987 Ford 351 Wind-
sor 1 ton van. Will con-
sider trades or $2000.
1888-237-3165


821|
Evinrude 3H o2 cyl. Out-
board moo eliable
$450. 865-2593


8320

m TRX A5d8 EA 800
les Exc. Cond. $2500.
537-5179
50cc Bhja ad cl bi e, liae
pa ers & title Paidns 00.ol~la
w: Il sell for $400.
537-9706 or 537-8 16


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120 Base Aconlion
White pearl wl
bs 301 keys ~
$600

902-152


000or FoY


5505 Brackin St.
3b st ric ( house, 1.5ba, lar port,
1 ae. of|ggg|
$99 500

902-7525


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S204 Booker St.
5 2725 2WblkerbC rcle
$750 3 br, 2 ba, I cg
$9122 3E b e2 bace2 cg
4 391 Riverchase
$1300, 4 br, 2 ba, 2 cg,
.234 Sorrell Ridge Rd
$1800, 3br2zb,2Vb2 cg
AlPro erties require a
credit c eck, 1 kyr lease,
nes, rs dneon ~e"~ ufalbl Pet
Call Debra Frost
4 682-6156




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